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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY 3IOKMNG, OCTOBER , 1908.
O A 1 ie dhow Now in its Second Week, Displaying Correct Clothes for Men - , Made in New fYork by IE JiailMMlati Come here to see real, not imitation, New York styles Better Not Get Dyspepsia If you can help it Kodol prevents Dyspepsia, by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion. But don't trifle with Indigestion. A great many people who hare trifled with indigestion, have been sorry for it when nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted, and they have not been, able to cure it Use Kodol and prevent having Dyspepsia. Everyone is subject to indiges tion. Ftomach derangement follows stomach abuse, just as naturally and just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon the taking of Kodol. When you experience sourness cf stomach, belching of gas and nauseating fluid, bloated sensation, gnawing pain in the pit of the stomach, heart burn (so-called). a partial digester and physics are not digesters at all. Kodol is a perfect digester. If you could see Kodol digestingevery' particle of food, of all kinds, in the glass test-tubes in our laboratories, you would kpow this just as well as we do. Nature and Kodol will always cure a sick stomach but in order to be cured, the stomach must rest. That is what Kodol does rests the stomach, while the stomach gets well. Just as simple as A, B, C. Our Guarantee Go to your drnjrp-lt today and pet a dol lar bottie. Then after you have uited the eutire contents of the bottle If tou can honestly say, that it ba.s not done yon any THt ETHICAL STANDING OF DR. R. A. AITON Dr. R. A. .iHoii of the Vita Nm-va Mineral Springs and the Bi-l.o-Zone Medical company yesterday appeared before tlie board of territorial medical examiners in response to the following formidable summons: signed by lr. O. K. Plath of the examining board ar.il Dr. Ancil Martin, secretary: Office of the Hoard of Medical Ex aminers of Arizona "To K. A. Aiton, Phoenix, Arizona Sir: Yon are hereby informed that chaws in writing and under oath have been filed with the board of medical examiners of Arizona, at their office in I'hoenix. in the territory of Arizona, wherein you are charged with mipmfert-ieniil conduct and of other conduct rendering you unfit to pr.ic- A SkirTof Beauty is a Joy forever diarrhoea, headaches, dullness or v .I- i: .. -j r I return the bottle to the drupirisl and chronic tired feeling you need Ko- be wiU fUDd ,our mon wilhout aurs. dol. And then the quicker you take Kodol the better. Eat what you want, let Kodol digest it. Ordinary pepsin "dyspepsia tab lets," physics, etc., are not likely to be of much benefit to you, in digestive ailments. Pepsin is only ELVEY & HULETT, The Live Phoenix. Arizona. tion or delay. We will then pay the drujr- piui xor tne Dome, uon't nettitate. ail drappists know that onr guarantee In good. ThisolTer applies to the iarpe bottle only and to but one in a family. The larpe tiot t e contains 2 times aa much aa the fifty cent bottle. Kodol is prepared at the labora tories of E.C.DeVitt & Co., Chicago. Druggists. T. Felix Oourcud's Oriental Cream or Magical Beautlfler. Rtdot Tan. rinplM, I rt-oltles, M .III retell'-, KaoU. .ad S1D l!aM!t, and tvrry tmnilli )bu ttauty. nl fle OrlrCtioQ. It ht Vtuud iUt tr-t ,t r.i yr:.;, and 1 M hMTI:l' UC ta.-!. it tohcMirt It 1. rcp.Tiy nimte. Accent u'iC 'ir.i.T 1't ' of similar i m. Pr. L. A. S.iv:e na:d to n ls.lv of the fc.ut t n i. plie r.t i : As yu ladies wUi use tb.m. I rccumtiiend fJoarnnil'. f'renni' a the t'Mt harmful "f ike id nr".-arii I : "-le y all aniiru nd I aocf &xd Daitr Id the Stale, Ca&ttilft Uti Europe. fERD.T.HCPlWS, Pics, 37 Great Jones Straat It Tori . D tice medicine in the territory of Ari zona, and the revocation of the license a'ld certificate heretofore " issued to yon by the board of medical examiners of Arizona, entitling you to practice medicine in the territory of Arizona, is sought to be had. Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear before said board in the city of Phoenix. Maricopa coui.t Arizona territory, at Dr. Ancil Martin's office, Adams hotel, Center street, at the -hour of 11 a. m., on October 3, IPOS, then and there to defend against or refute such chnrgns o fiied against you as aforesaid. A copy of said charges so filed pgninst you as aforesaid is hereto annexed and served upon you with this notice." The summons was dated September 23, a day following a complaint em bodying the charges set forth in the summons, made by Ir. Francis A. Itedewill I secretary of the Maricopa County Medical asociation. The mem bers of the examining board present were Dr. V. V. Wl'.itmore of Tucson, president, Dr. Plath and Dr. Hawley. Pr. Aiton appeared with Judge linker, his attorney who was accompanied by O. V. Schrupp; as stenographer. The affidavit on which the sum mons was issued complained that Pr. Aiton had caused to b? published certain testimonials as to the efficacies of his remedies, from persons who said that thev had been proutlv relieved or cur- ! eil by them and it wa.s alleged that the purpose of this publication was for the "soliciting and procuring by wrongful and fraudulent methods, of patients and that certain statements were false and that '.Jr. Aiton knew them to be false and that thev were published for the purpose of deceiving the public." A statement was made before the board by Pr. Aiton in which he de nied the allegations of the complaint and he a.ked that evidence be heard before the board should take such ac tion as tjie Maricopa countj associa tion had asked for. There was no evi dence: Pr. Kedcwill was not present and Pr. Alton asked tlr.it the charges against him be dismissed. Judge Haker described the proceed ings as a farce and lie denied the power of the buard under the law. anil especially under section 7 of tlie act regulating the practice of medicine, to revoke the license of Pr. Aiton or any body else on such a charge as had been. made. There had been no showing. Judge linker said. that his conduct had been fraudulent; that the testimonials were not genuine and that the rem edies in vhich the doctor was inter ested did not accomplish what was claimed for tht m. That Pr. Aiton might have been guilty of "unpro fessional conduct," as hail been agreed upon by physicians was perhaps true but unorofessiona! conduct was not an offense which had been defined by lav.-. Judge Paker introduced cases from the Pistrict of Columbia, from Califor nia and Kentucky similar to this and in every instance tlie law which pro vided for the revocation of a license to practice, on account of "unpro fessional conduct" without defining the tcni, had been h 1.1 to be. invalid. It had been 'asserted that one in stance of 'unprofesMomU coniluct was advertising ti c diseases which the medical profession had decided were incurable but the answer to this was that the dictum of the profession had not always been found to be correct. Many diseases which were thought to be incurable are now known not to be so. The board temporarily disposed of the matter by- a reference of it to At torney Ceneral Clark for a decision as to the law. An official of tlie medical associa tion said Inst night in relation to the matter: "Pr. Francis A. Hedewill is sued an affidavit against Pr. Aiton be cause of the charges enumerated, he acting as secretary of the Maricopa County Medical Society. This society of thirty-five members voted unani mously to present this affidavit before the territorial board. Pr. Redewill is backed in his affidavit by section 7 of the medical practice regulations in Arizona and also by a lc.te supreme Court decision of the United States that covers just such cases as here presented. I'nited States Pistrict At torney Alexander and Assistant Dis trict Attorney Christy helped Pr. Redewill to work up the law of the case. There are enough points of law t (.easily cover the case so fay Attor neys Alexander and Christy. The state j decisions such as that of California cited by Judge Uaker at tlie meeting of the Arizona board will not influ ence the decision in the least, since the affidavit is referred to Attorney Central Clark and he will be influ enced by supreme court decisions of the I'nited States." TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The following transcripts of the rec- j ords ef the offices of the district clerk, theprobate court and the cuunty re- j corder are furnished by the Arizona j Abstract & Title Company. j The records for yesterday were: RF.COP.DER'S OFFICE. Ij. P. Rousseau and wife to John E. Shawver, deed to XW1-4 SW1-4 sec tion 3'J L'N 212. X. F. Xorton and wife to Benjamin F. Craig and wife, deed to lots 11 and 12 block - Collins addition. Artiiur V.'etzler and wife to B. K. Cooilwin and wife. deed to lot lt block 1 Seger's addition. Rachael C. I'll. dps and husband, to Phil Mets et a!, deed to tiu feet x ljj feit lot 7 block 33 town of Mesa. Wm. M. Cost ley and wife to Bertha M. Calpin. deed to 2S5.3x312 feet XV corner lot 1 Baltimore Heights. ' X. Friedman to F. X. O'Brien, deed to lot block 11 Churchill addition. A. Redewill to A. J. Shiliman. deed to El -2 lot 12 block 8 J. Ilarberfs subd. block 3. Tween Homestead Tract of SVl-4sectii.n 6 IX 3 E. 6, 7 or 8 CIGARS for a quarter can be bought by those who seek quantity not quality. Such cigars are made to sell that way. CONTRACT Cigar is entirely different; its quality is carefully gauged to justify a price of o cents straight. It costs the maker and the dealer more than any other 5-cent cigar 4 The smoker gets this greater value. Fragrant, free burning and delightful. If you want a satisfying smoke, trv a 4 SB) Rothcnberg&Schloss Cigar Co, Albuquerque, New-Mexico OPEN9MG 5 Elks Theatre! COFFEE ! Three-quarters of coffee j is such that we can't j touch it; we make five j grades of the top quarter, j Your crorer returns your money U 700 doa'l j tikt Schilling's Best; pay bio. Piano tuning, red 2031, Hamilton t Bros. . THURSDAY, OCT. 8th JOS. M. GATES PRESENTS GEO. M. COHAN'S f MUSICAL WIXXER "LITTLE JOHNNY 70 PEOPLE 70 20 BIG SONG HfTS ?0 THE RAMOUS AMERICAN BEAUTY CHORUS THE FAMOUS COHAN'S DANCING CHORUS. MUSIC LAUGHTER Gl 3LS 34 WEEKS IN NEW YORK. 22 WEEKS IN CHICAGO. Sale of scats Boehmcr's Drug Store, Tuesday Oct. C. r.t 9 a. m. JOES" TheB oston Store's Removal Sale WILL SOON COME TO A CLOSE Time is now rapidly flying when we will get busy moving to grand new quarters. We figure everything shall be in readiness in but a few days. This of course will mean the ending of the Greatest" Sale of the Season. During these last few days you had better get busy laying in your supply of the greatest bargains ever offered: We will reserve nothing and let everything go at very start ling low prices. You could make no better investment than you will at this sale. Thousands of Bargains. Come before it's too late. All Our Blankets and Comforters Going at Greatly Reduced Prices THESE HERE ARE ONLY A FEW OF THEM, LOOK THEM OVER I Men's Clothiii! Now marked much lessthan their real val ue, going -at.. " v t n 1 un Kr ' ! Men's and Boy's Most UptoDate Hats At Remarkably Low Prices Corset Covers Pretty anil Dainty Corset worth ui to T.'ic each. Tor these last few (lays, each ' Covers, 3,9 c White Lace Hose One lot of pood White I.ace Hose, worth LT.e a pair. For these last few days, pair K 11 o.-u, 15c Short Gloves One nice lot of Black I.isle Thread c;!ovesy worth L'.'c a pair. For these last few days, pair I DC Men's Shirts Men's Working Shirts, made of heavy prey Cheviot, well worth 6 no each. For these last few days, each 35c Printed Batistes A beautiful assortment of nice Print ed Batistes, pood quality, worth l'l'zC a yard. For tht-se last few days, yard.. 7c Linene Suiting White Linene feuitinp, S4 inches wide, good weight, always sold at 13c yard. For these last few days, yard 10c ALL OUR FINE LINE OF Ladies' Suits and Dresses WILL GO AT Regular Price m H Off . Rajah Silk Underskirts j One hip lot of Rajah Silks in shades Black Spun Glass Underskirts, made up-to-date: formerly sold 1 . full and wide,., worth S5c IP. at $1.23 vard. For these I each. For these last few f , last few days, yard t 2 V days eaoh icTV Bed Sheets Men's Sox Bed Sheets, 72x90. seamed, pood , T . , . T , . quality, well worth 0c. M Men s Light Blue and Grey So fancy For these last few days 4 1 f, printed tigures, worth 2. O 1 ixfJ pair. For these last few "S"S. days, pair m Men's NeckVear Best jzkm One nice lot of Men's Fine Neck wear in most up-to-date shades and Sana Dermal Talcum Powder, always styles, worth Sue each. 1 f sold at 23c a box. For J J For these last few 'Ml. tht se ,ast few du's- I L. "7 1 , days, each fc- V box t im VJ SSSSSSSSSSBSZ