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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY 3IORNING, NOVE3IBER 21, 1908. JIN ALLEGED CRIMINAL BESIEGED BY REPORTERS WHO WERE BENT ON KNOWING ALL ABOUT IT. Does not Color the Hair Stops PafiSing Hair AYER'S HAIR V8GOR In Consequence of An Afternoon of Sport the Telephone Service Was Partially Deranged. There was one Phoenix business man who transacted very little prof itable business yesterday. He put In practically the entire afternoon an swering telephone messages, getting hot and cooling off again. By the time his mental temperature had become noraml. another ring of the telephone and another Inquiry quickly raised the steam Jo 150 pounds again. The gentleman had a little run-in with the policp early In the morning over"Nm alleged trespass on the side walks with a bicycle. The affair was not serious but was rather ruffling. The gentleman returned to his office, his partner having beenfully acquainted with all the facts went out and called him up representing himself to be a reporter for The Republican. He had heard of the crime and the arrest and wanted to know all of the facts; he did not want to be too sensational about it but his journalistic duties compelled him to make the most of it; he would like to have the gentleman's side of the affair with any extenuating circumstances there might be or that he could think of; the paper desired to be as easy on him as possible; it was not its policy to kick a man Just because he was down. The gentleman raged awhile and then became more composed and told just how it happened. As he DUt It. instead of being a criminal violator of the law he was a martyr to principle and a public benefactor. The reporter assured him that his- version of the affair would be printed but of course, the paper could not assume responsi bility for the accuracy of it. The partner then got another busi ness man to call him up representing himself as a reporter for one of the afternoon papers. Much the same kind of a conversation ensued and the gen tleman was assured of the desire of the pre.'S to be fair though it could not be expected to do or say anything that would facilitate the escape of criminals and violators of the lav: generall:'. In a little while the telephone ran again and when the man at the other end said that he was a reporter for another afternoon paper which before going to press desired to acquaint it self with all the circumstances of the attest and the preceding Incidents, the girl at central cocked her ear for she thought she heard the rules of the company with reference to the use of language bt ing violated. But the busi man quickly calmed down and for the third time told Just how It happened and why it should not have happened at all. . A few minutes later the assumed Reporter called up again. He said that he had just come into possession of information from the police station which put the thing In a rather differ ent light. He said that he now under stood that the arrest was made not so much on account of the gentleman rid ing on the sidewalk in contravention of the ordinance as because he was in toxicated. How about it? He heard only a whirring sound in reply, as if there wis an electrical dis turbance and whenever that number was called up later in the day the girl at central said languidly, "Line's out of order." THE REGENT DISPLAYS HIS UNGLOVED HAND A Warning Issued to the Dissatisfied at Pekin. Pekin, Nov. 20. It Is becoming evi dent that Prince Chun, the regent. Is taking matters of government into his own hands and that he resent, interference from the dowager em press Yehonala or the members of the grand council. A vigorously worded edict Issued by the regent to day In the name of the emperor sets forth that his Authority was received from the late dowager empress- and commands obedience to him. He says In part: "All Imperial clansmen are ordered to give a great er degree of obedience than others; this Is for the effect of the example. Disobeying princes and officials will be dealt with without leniency. Our purpose in this Is to fulfill the com mand of the late dowager empress and to satisfy the people." The wording of this edict Indicates the existence of dissension In the Imperial family and a disposition to take matters into his own hands is indicated by other reports from the palace regarding the prince regent. The regent, it Is said, has found ad vising with Yehonala onerous and his consultations with her are becoming more and more perfunctory. It is re ported that he has arrogated to him self the' imperial prerogative and the phraseology of his edict today bears out this presumption. Furthermore his manner with mem bers of the grand council is growing more summary every day. He now gives his opinions to the council in the form of orders. The second edict issued today is di rected against he revolutionaries. It is: "Two misfortunes have befallen the country, but in accordance with arrangements effected by the late em peror and the late dowager empress. order prevails in the empire. Foreign treaties will be observed and countries In sympathy with China are making their intercourse more intimate. It Is a fact, however, that lawless conspir ators recently tried to Invade the In terior. These men must be severely dealt with, and all officials are hereby ordered to arrest and summarily be head them whenever found. These officials will be properly rewarded." is being made here to sell the Russian rights in the Wright aeroplane to the Russian government for military pur poses. The proposed contract with the Russian government is similar to that under which the French rights were sold to a Paris syndicate. Several Russian officers recently vtsitvd Wilbur Wright at Lemans, France, and it is said they have re ported favorably upon the machine. o A NARROW MARGIN Men Who Demand the Best Republican Elected Lieutenant Gover nor of Missouri by Two Votes. i St. Louis. Nov. 20. Jacob F. Gem llch, republican, defeated Wm. Painter, democrat for the office of lieutenant- governor of Missouri by the narrow margin of two votes according to a special dispatch to the Post-Disputch from Jefferson City. The result pur ports to be the result of a revision of the count. . ,. THERE IS NO SLATE Nobody Has Been Selected For Place in Mr. Tat t s Cabinet. Hot Springs, Va., Nov. 20. "I wish you would say that my cabinet is noi made up or slated. No one has been decide upon for a place in it anil no offers of any cabinet position have been made to any one." This was the resimnse of President elect Taft today to a statement from Minneapolis that Frank It. Kellogg had been invited to become attorney gener al in the Taft cabinet. A MESSAGE TO ROOSEVELT Carried on the Run by Boys of Y. M. C. A. the WORK OF UNEMPLOYED. The Secretary ef Commerce and La bor Has a Plan. Washington. Nov. 20. A'l the mem bers of the cabinet attended the regu lar meeting today except Secretaries lleyi-r. Garfield and Wilson. Secretary Strauss of the department of commerce and labor has developed a comprehensive plan for aiding the unemployed of the country. This plan he will announce and explain in his annual report to- be made public In a few days. It partakes of the principles underlying the organization of the bu reau of information in the immigration service. The bureau gathers Informa tion from those seeking to engage la bor and furnishes Information to Im migrants. : NEW LIFE Fqund in Change to Right Food. After one suffers from acid dys pepsia, sour stomach, for months and then finds the remedy Is In getting the right kind of food, it is something to speak out about. A N. Y. lady and her young son had such an experience and she wants others to know how to get relief. She writes: . "For about fifteen months my little boy and myself had suffered with sour stomach. We were unable to re tain much of anything we ate. "After suffering in this way for so long I decided to consult a specialist in stomach diseases. Instead of pre scribing drugs, he put us both on Grape-Nuts and we began to improve Immediately. "It was the key to a new life. I found we had been eating too much heavy food which we could not di gest. In a few weeks after com mencing Grape Xuts, I was able to do my housework. I wake In the morning with a clear head and feel rested and have no sour stomach. My boy sleeps well and wakes with a laugh. "We have regained our lost weight and continue to eat Grape Nuts for both the morning and evening meals. We are well and happy and owe it to Grape Nuts." . "There's a Reason." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to Wellville." In pkgs. Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true and full of human : . a. . . . New York, Nov. 20. With cheers from several hundred" school mates and fellow members of the Y. M. C- A., to pur them on, the young athletes en gaged in a relay race organized by the physical culture department of the Y. M. C. A. between this city and Wash ington. They started on their long print at 3:45 this afternoon, the run ners bearing a message in a silver tube to President Roosevelt. The start was made from the Inter national headquarters of the Y. M. A. in East 2th street, from which place the runners carried the tube to the West 23rd street ferry, each runner sprinting 100 yards with it and passing it on. From Jersey City to Newark on they lengthened out to a quarter of a mile. From Newark the itinerary was through Elizabeth, Plainfield, Princeton and Trenton, where the message remained over night. , At 6 o'clock Saturday morning the race for Washington will be re sumed and unless some unexpected hitch occurs the message will reach the president at 11:30 o'clock Sat urday night. Altogether 700 runners will participate, including the presi dent's son,. Quentin. The nature of the message Is not known, save only that it contains a request from the boys to the president A NINE HOUR DAY. There Was Too Much Work For Eight In S. P. Shops At Reno. Reno, Nov. 20. The Southern Paci fic has established a nine hour day in the railroad shops at Sparks after operating for years on an eight hour basis. The move was necessary be cause of the Increased business over the company's lines which put extrjj work in the shops. It is estimated that $10,000 will be added monthly to the circulation In this vicinity. TEA Good tea and tea are quite different, both grow on the same bush. oar tracer returns jour money U tea 4m HJw SduUios' Btti par hi a. AN ARMY PROMOTION. Washington, Nov. 20. Lieutenant Colonel James B. Hicks has been pro moted to the grade of colonM and as signed tn t"ie command of the Four teenth cavalry stationed at Fort Walla Walla. A Beauty Chorus. "I wonder who really comprised that original sextet." "I can tell you." "Helen of Troy, Circe, Sappho, De lilah. Cleopatra and MadameDu Barry. I have ascertained this after considerable research." o If the carrier fails to leave The Re publican at your address any day noti fy the office before noon and a spe cial messenger will deliver it. We expect subscribers to get their paper every day in the year, and unless they advise us of poor service we cannot property serve them. PHONE MAIN 47. SANTA FE TIME TABLE. PHOENIX CITY TIME. "The Diamond Jo". All Ma(n line local points Phoc'nlx to Ash Fork, Los Angeles, San Francisco and all other points west. Leaves dally at 2:15 a. m. "The Daylight Express". All Main line local point and all points east of Ash " Fork. Leaves dally EXCEPT SATURDAY'S at 8.00 a. m. "The Coast Limited". Through Pullman Sleeper to Los Angeles, connect ing with California Limit ed Train No. 3 at Ash Fork. Leaves EVERY SATUR DAY at 4:30 p. m. Trains arrive from Ash Fork at 1:45 a. m. DAILY and 4:10 p. m. dally. No trains on branch line to Parker on Sundays. Trl-weekly service from Prescott to Crown King and Poland. Call Main 108 for further Information. INDIVIDUAL BETTING. Not a Violation of New York's Race Track Law. New York, Nov. 20. That personal, or what has been termed "individual betting" is legal at the race tracks of this state was the opinion of the judges of the appellate division of the supreme court made public in a deci sion in a case brought by Assistant District Attorney Elder, o determine the application of the Agnew-Hart bill on this point. The decision is in favor of the Brooklyn Jockey club. EVERY WEEK BETTEFv Dun's Reports a Steady Improvement of Business. New York, Nov. 20. Dun's wc.-kly review will say: Gains are a' most universal, every week surpassing Its predecessor in the volume of trade, while manufacturing plants increase their active capacity and confidence Is finding expression in extensive plans for the future. Hides are stronger but the upvard tendency of packer stock maj be checked by increasing receipts of cattle. THE WRIGHT AEROPLANE The Russian Government Thinking of Sultana Cream Perfect Blend, Quick Drying Skin Food Readily absorbed. Makes rough skin smooth and white. skin smooth and white. Price 60c a Jar. - REMEMBER! you get what you ask for at THE BEAR DRUG STORE I WEAR OUR $25 SUITS '. m i.. i WW mm mmw'. lit. ii - jm. a mi k mm U n I IP 5 5 THIS LABKl.TAIIVr01l Smartest Styles, Best Weaves, all Colors. Pre- eminently the Finest Hand Tailored Gar ments that Money can Buy. It is Impossible to purchase a more satisfactory Suit than one of our New Fall Model3 made by The SteinBloch Co. or The "L" System Clothes This Is particularly true of the $25.00 Suits. The makers have centered their very best efforts in the Suits that must meet ' the demands of men who pay $25.00. Quality of Materials, Workmanship and Styles are all superior to the best made-to-measure clothes. And we can fit you, for we carry all sizes. Including Regular, Short, Stout, Iong and Slim. You won't be disappointed in coming here. Your Overcoat What Is true of our Suits is true of our Overcoats. You, can get an Overcoat in this store at $25.00 that will carry satisfac tion wherever It goes. AIRDOME TONIGHT The Great Packing Case MYSTERY -by- Wayne the Wizard! You'll Do Better at "Sememe Outfitters to Men and Boys Ten Dollars Reward y T will be paid for Information X that will lead to the recovery T of a yellow buckboard supposed jr to have been left In Phoenix X about April I2th by H. C. Wal- tcr. Sword-end singletrees and 4 T stltk seat painted black' lazy- ? X back covered with white can- J vas. Congress Junction, Arizona. -H-H-H-H-W-K-H-H-i I I H H-fr Edward Zeiger, i: Just So.' "So you want ten dollars for a week in New York," gasped Maw Hoptoad. "Why, it can't possibly cost you more'n a dollar a day to live." "I know that." responded Paw Hop toad, "but when a feller goes to New York he calculates on blow in' some money in." Pays to Advertise. "When I was doing business In a very small way," remarked a shrewd I merchant, "I advertised that I had no branch stores." "Well?" "That maJe people think I was running a 'classy shop, and pretty soon I was able to open branch stores. See?" GI.LLETTE The Tailor Carries the Larcjes! Slock of Goods in Arizona. 17 W. ADAMS ST. CHIROPODIST. Painless removal of Corn, SO cents each. Bunions, Moles and Warts, removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a pe- ciafty. Men, Ladles and Children treated day or evenings. Between First and Center St, on Adams. Phon Red 8672.FRANK SHIRLEY. r ; - Our Divided Payment Plan Means 17 I. I Osterraoor Mattresses Macey Book Cases THIS IS WHAT TO HELP THE YOUNG PEOPLE WHO ARE JUST STARTING OUT IN LIFE AND THE OTHERS WHO HAVE NOT THE NECESSARY READY FUNDS TO FURNISH A NEW HOME COMPLETE, WE HAVE DEVISED THIS HELPFUL AND IDEAL PLAN. UNDER IT YOU MAY SELECT FROM OUR ABUNDANT STOCK ALL THE THINGS NEEDED TO FURNISH THE NEW HOME COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL, MAKE A REASONABLE FIRST PAYMENT AND ARRANGE THE OTHER PAYMENTS TO SUIT YOUR POCKETBOOK. THE ENTIRE TRANSACTION YOU WILL FIND TO BE THOROUGHLY BUSINESS LIKE, COURTEOUS, AND LIBERAL TO THE EXTREME. LET US DEMONSTRATE TO YOU TO WHAT TREMENDOUS ADVANTAGE YOU CAN BUY FROM US. THESE SPECIALS ON SALE THIS WEEK II 3-yard Novelty Curtains, Kcru Nottlng- ACt hams. Special VOC 3-yard Irish Point Lace Curtains. J2 JP Extra value 0 I O 27x00 hall size, Axmlnster Rugs. , 7C Siecial value O 3x6 hall size Royal Willow Rugs. Q r Special value )O.0l 9x12 room size. Tapestry Brussels t 1 y 7 C Rugs. Special value $ 1 "I f 3) Sxl2 room size Kurdistan Rugs. s rn Special value 410.0U 75x126 room size Axmlnster Rugs. (f'l i Special value $4. ft) Dining Chairs, Golden Finish Cane Seats. ( Special value I 00 6-foot Dining Tables, golden finish, (JA substantial. Special value H7iD 6-foot Dining Tables, pedestal base. t 1 7 C A Special value $ I 1 .0" Reed Rockers, large "and comfortable. 'JK Special value $0LD Morris Chairs, massive frames, N. Y. CIA CA leather. Special value iHU.UU1 Velour Couches, G. O. frames, nicely t 1 C AA upholstered. Special value vIOiUv Iron Bedsteads, several beautiful styles. JT FJj Special value -J) I 01 fiORRIS HEYMAN FURNITURE CO. Arizona's Leading House Furnishers New Noble Block The Economy Center Adams and First St 1 doing into the Flying Buatness St, Petersb'-:g, Nov. 20. An effort Opp. City Hall. Tel. Main 93. I IP'