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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN" SUNDAY 3IORXIXG, NOVE3IBER 29, 1908.
BROKERS AND CLIENTS WHEN THE BLOOD MY OWN FAMILY USE PE-RU-NA. IINUK1AIN KtLAIlUNS . flftnc uDnvr. " v.- V. la 1 J for! i THE SUPREME COURT IS ASKED TO DEFINE THEM The Case of Frank J. Graf Against the Bank of Bisbee Brought Up On Appeal. HON GEORGE W. HONEY. Hon. George V. Honey, National Chaplain Us V. U., ex-Chaplain Fourth Wisconsin Cavalry, ex-Treasurer State of Wisconsin, and ex-Quartermaster General State of Texas G. A. K., writeg from 1700 First St., X. E., Washington, 1. C. as follows: "I cannot too highly recommend your preparation for the relief of catarrhal troubles in their various forms. Some members of my ow n family have ned it with most gratifying results. When other remedies failed, Peruna proved most efficacious and I cheerfully certi fy to its curative excellence." Mr. Fred L. Ilebard, for nine years a leading photographer of Kansas City, Mo., located at the northeast corner of 12th and Grand Aves., cheerfully gives the following testimony: '"It is a proven fact that Peruna will cure catarrh and la grippe, and as a ionic it has no equal. Druggists have tried to niiike me take something else 'just as good,' but Pera Di is good enough for me." Pe-ru-na in Tablet Form. For two years Dr. Hartir.an and hit assistants have incessantly latwred to create Peruna in tablet form, and their i strenuous labors hare just been crowned with success. People who object to liquid medicines cau now secure Peru Ea tablets, which represent the solid medicinal ingredients of Peruna. PERISH IN THE SiW Why Three Boys Did Not Return To a Thanksgiving Dinner. Ventura. Calif.. Nov. 28. Frozen to death in the snow on the high peaks mrth of Santa Clara valley on Wed nesday night the bodies of three Santa I'nula boys were found late this after noon after a search of two days. The boys are Clifford Tharp, aged 17, Cuba Tharp, aged 9, and John Blaes, ased J 3. They started early Thursday morning to see the snow, and went without coats intendending to be at Jiome for Thanksgiving dinner. When niht came and they had not returned the community was notified but nothing could be done until day light. On Friday morning searching parties were organized. Late this af ternoon they found the bodies at the head of Timber canyon, ten miles from Santa Paula. The boys had gotten in to deep snow and becoming exhausted perished from cold and hunger. The fathers of the boys.P.. S. Tharp and Jacob Blaes are well known ranchers of Santa Clara district. . case, unlike In detail any ever be fore the supreme court of this terri tory was yesterday brought up on ap peal from the district court for Cochise county. It involves $1950 and a desire on the part of the appellant, the Bank of Bisbee, to have a judicial ruling on the precise relations which exist be tween brokers and their clients. The annellee Is Frank J. Graf, a broker of Bisbee. In June of 1906 Graf was commis sioned by the bank to sell thirty shares of Deen-Arlzona stock at 130 a share. The sale was not effected until Decem ber 23, of that year, and on the follow ing day Mr. Graf notified the bank of the confirmation of it. Nothing was done within the next few days, but about January 14. 1907 he made de mand for the stock and was Informed that it was unable to furnish It. Or, as Mr. Graf was informed by a note from an officer or tne DanK, its client ror whom the stock was to be sold was "up in the air." Hut the broker had sold the stock and the purchaser demanded it. He says that he was compelled to go Into the market and buy thirty shares which at times was worth $95. After some further negotiations which resulted in nothing-, he brought suit for $1950 the difference between the prices of thirty shares of stock at $30 a share and thir tv shares at ?95 a share. His commis sions for buying and selling woul have amounted to $7.50 so that the entire amount sued for was $1957.50. The ap uellee learned that the order for the sale of the stock had never been count ermanded by the bank. He further said that the bank did not precisely deny the justice of his claim, but pre ferred to have a ruling by the court on it. The case was tried and judgment was given the plaintiff for the amount sued for, less the commission. Later the de fendant moved for a new trial and urged that since the trial It had come into possession of material evidence which would place the matter In an en tirely different light. It had learned that the purchaser of the stock on Ie f ember 13, was Charles A. Blair who at the same time had commissioned Mr. Graf to sell the stock and he had sold it at 3S a share. Therefore there was no time when the plaintiff would hav been compelled to nay $95 a share for stock to execute his contract with the purchaser. The affidavit of the defendant setting forth this new evidence was denied in an affidavit by Mr. Blair, who said that he had authorized the broker to buy forty shares of Denn-Arizona for him and he had afterward authorized him to sell it. He did not know from whom the stock had been purchased or to whom it had been sold. The motion for a new trial was de nied and an appeal was taken. Man Suffers In Many Places Like A City Whose Sewers Spread Disease. When the blood of man becomes impure and filled with poison anct de cay, it throws off the impurities and leaves them to force and fester them selves through the skin, just like a city in whose sewers foul gases arise and escape up through cellars into houses bringing contagion and death. What a city needs is a generous flow of pure water to carry along and away the sewage which breeds death and disease. What the system needs for the blood that is impure is a purifier that will stimulate the flow of the precious fluid, that will check the Impurities and remove them by the flow of blood from the system naturally without irritation, infection and pain. Calcium Sulphide Is the strongest blood purifier known to science and medicine. What pure, running water does to the impurities In a city's sew er Calcium Sulphide does for the blood of man. Stuart's Calcium Wafers give the human body all the streneth and vigor of Calcium Sulphide, in better form than any other mode of present ing it to the system. A recent article has stated that most Calcium Sul phide preparations contain but 30 per cent of the strength of this wonder ful cleanser, the other 70 per cent be ing lost by evaporation, chemical change or decay. Stuart's Calcium Wafers contain other blood purifiers like Quassia, Golden Seal and Kucalyptus, each having a distinct function to perform; alrfo an alterative and laxative to throw off through the human sewer age system (the bowels) the waste and poisonous matter extricated by the blood purifiers. These little wafers ar a tremendous power and act with amazing rapidity in their work of cleansing the blood. and clearing the skin. Kvery druK gist carries them in stock; price 5Uc per box, or send us your name and address and we will send you a trial package by mail free. Address F. A. Stuart Co.. 175 Stuart Bldg., Mar shall, Mich. EXTRA SPECIAL MONDAY 25c Talcum Powder 1 2lAc "Mermen's" and "Colgate's" Talcum Powder, in either borated or violet, absolutely the very best on the market today, sold in all Drug stores at 25c per box-here only 2y2C box EXTRA SPECIAL MONDAY $1 Alarm Clocks for 59c 200 "America" Alarm Clocks, reliable time-keepers, guaranteed for one year-good for ten, sold the world over at $1.00 each-here Monday only 59c each Tidies JUST RECEIVED A DAINTY LOT OF IRISH POINT SQUARES Nice clean goods that are braid ed, suitable for stand .covers, well worth 25c just for Monday at 10c each Colgate's Soap 150 BOXES OF GENUINE "COL GATE" HONEY SOAP A soap of the most fragrant odor, sold every where at 10c per cake :here Mon day only, limit box containing 3 cakes, at 19c Box Postal Cards AN EVEN 50,000 OF THEM JUST IN. There is a variety of color and sketch schemes seldom found amongst postals of this class. Sim ilar ones bring 2Vc elsewhere here only lc each Laces THOUSANDS OF YARDS OF VALENCIENNES LACES Edg ings and Insertions in various S widths and grand assortment of patterns, values up to 12',c for one day at 5c Yd OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FANCY SI LKOLINES Striped and floral designs galore, 73 different pat terns and colorings to choose from, full yard wide and always sold at 12 Vic choice Monday, yard 10c ALL OUR $1.50 AND $1.75 NOT TINGHAM LACE CURTAINS White '"and Arabian in an excel lent selection of new desisns, full width and 3 yards long we re serve the right to limit customers at Monday's sale price $1.22 A SPLENDID COLLECTION OF $3.50 AND $4.00 BOBBINET CUR TAINS About 10 different styles, braided and Battenberg edged, in the- right lengths and widths for Monday choice, pair $2.77 50 PIECES OF WHITE CURTAIN SWISSES 36 inches wide; bars, stripes, polka dots, figures and elaborate floral effects, regular 12'ic and 15c values for Monday, yard 10c HAYTIEN REVOLUTIONISTS DEFEAT THE LOYALISTS for men who toil Levi Strauss & Co's 4r Copper Riveted Overalls the kind" that - WEARS" 3 THROWING HIS FORTUNE AWAY. Throwing away what one has Is not alwavs the only way to lose a fortune. I'eing unable to see an op portunity, or to grasp It when see ine it. is more often the cause of losing out in this world. A person who feels too sluKKish to make the best of time can quickly Improve by- using Sexine Pills, the great tonic, that Is guaranteed for all forms of weakness in men and women. Price $1 a box; six boxes $5. with full guarantee. Address or call on Elvey A. Hulett. where they sell all the principal remedies and do not sub stitute. AN UNSETTLED BET. Two Prominent Montana Politician Fought An Hour In Vain. cut full made of selected denim it Butte, Xov. 28. George H. Scott, county clerk and recorder, a prominent republican, and Attorney W. H. Ma- loney, a democratic leader, fought one hour and five minutes yesterday after noon In a gulch behind the Montana College of Mines, under prize ring rules, to settle an election bet. The men used bare knuckles and each was frightfully beaten. Ladies passing in a buggy finally succeeded in shaming a score of mutual friends who were watching the bout, and It was called off with honors even. Port Au Prinre, Xov. ;s. Govern- 4 ment troops under command of General Celestin Cyrlaque, minister of war, composed largely of young recruits who were sent out to capture the leader of the new revolution, (ieneral Antoine Simon met with a severe defeat. The enKaeement took place at Anseaveau, which lies about fiftv five miles to the east of Jeremie, one of the disaffected ports. After severe fighting the gov ernment forces were routed and driven back to Mirugoane, about 20 miles dis tant. Miragoane Is about twenty miles from Port Au Prince. It Is reported that General Cyriaque has taken re fuge in the German consulate. ' Ires- ident Xord Alexis who has already shown confidence In the ability of his soldiers to suppress the revolutionary movement, has decided to take the of fensive with three divisions of disci plined troops, which have been conc-n- ; trated here. The United States cruis er Tacoma under command of Captain John Hood and the French training ship Duguay Trouin arrived here and this has gone far toward reassuring the foreign residents. Reports have been current that the revolutionary army is marching on Port Au Prince, but even if the reports are true, considerable time must elapse before it arrives. Residents have shown no signs of ex citement but the diplomatic corps has deckled to prevent the entry of the revolutionists for the purpose of pillage by having forces landed from the war ships here. Dispatches state that the govern ment forces left more than 300 dead and wounded on the field and aban doned their guns and ammunition to the enemy. 1 There Is No Place Like HACKETT'S WHEX IT COMES TO GETTIXG GEXFIXK ALL-AROUND SATISFACTION'. WHATEVER YOU MAY DESIRE IX THE LINE OF MEATS. POULTRY, SAUSAGE, ETC., WE HAVE IT AND BETTER TH AX THE BEST YOU'VE EVER RE CEIVED ELSEWHERE. THE MERE KXOW, EDGE OF OUR VERMIN-PROOF REFRIGERA TORS, YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN BUYING AND SELLING MEATS. AND ABSOLUTE FAITH IX THE PUBLIC'S APPRECIATION OF SUPE RIOR QUALITY AND SERVICE, ALL THESE FEATURES COMBINE TO MAKE HACKETT'S THE SAFEST PLACE TO TRADE. The liackett Market State of Ohio. City of Toledo Lucas County us. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is sonlor partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pav the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot te cured Dy the use of nail s uatarrn Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. U. lBSth (Seal) A. W. GLEASON. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally. and acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by all Druetrlsts. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa tion. LYNCHED IF CAPTURED. A Murderer Whom the Officers Ogden Are Chasing. of Til If tV 1 l iiu iic main ml E4. 3133 E. WASHINGTON ST. i 3 Ogden, Utah, Xov. 2S. A heavily armed posse headed by every avail able policeman and deputy sheriff in Ogden, is searching the foothills for the man who shot and killed Deputy Sheriff Seymour L. Clark yesterday and wounded Deputy J. J. Murphy and an Italian named Bert Flotti Battiste, whom the murdered deputy found almost frozen a short time previously and was taking to the city. The murderer may be lynched if captured. o THE DIX IS SAFE. Washington, Xov. 28. The army transport Dix, arrived at Manila on the 24th instant, a day ahead of time, although yesterday the war depart ment sent a request to Manila to have a vessel leave to hunt her up on the theory that she was overdue six days and had probably encountered the same storm that disabled the hospital ship Relief. The authorities at Manila had failed to notify the department of the arrival of the Dix. Kodak work cneap at Bonnefl's. o Good country butter, 25c. Best eggs. 40c. McKee's. $15 Cravenetle Coats Monday $9.45 "WATERSHOWER" CRAVENETTE COATS Absolutely rainproof, pretty new models in tan, brown and oxford, vel vet trimmed collar and full length, values up to $13 "I'wlal S9.-15 $4.25 Silk Waists Monday $3.49 A SUPERB NEW LOT OF SILK WAISTS, made of Al qual ity Chiffon Taffeta in navy, black and green, tailor-made styles sporting the so popular moiisquetaire sleeves, bran new goods with large silk covered buttons, bought to sell at 14.23 just for Monday at, S3.-19 $15 and $16.50 Coats Monday $12.45 10 DIFFERENT STYLES OF THE NEWEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE COATS OF THE SEASON All at the uni form price of J12.45. There are Empire, Directoire and Tailor Made models black, solid colors and fancy mixtures. You want to see how they are tailored how fine the materials are and how splendid their style. Go to the other stores first, and then come to us. We welcome the test. Remember, rep ' ular $13.00 and $16.30 values for S12.45 Just Look at These Suits for $18.95 45 EXTREMELY SMART MODELS, made of superior quality Broadcloth and Chevrons, fashionable stripes and popular solid colors strikingly handsome models in Directoire and Empire effects, the most magnificent $23 and $30 Suits you ever saw for Monday, choice SIS 03 Petticoats BLACK MERCERIZED PETTI COATS A bran new line with deep flounce, S rows of shirring and 2 rows of ruffles, actual $1.50 values special for Monday 51.19 Wrappers NEW PERCALE WRAPPERS Made of best quality Garner'3 Per cale, blue or garnet, nicely made and neatly finished, regular $1.00 values Monday at 79c All Alterations Attended to by our Ladies' Tailor He knows how. Absolutely no charge for alterations. Bearskin Coats NICE, CUTE BEARSKIN COATS for the little tots from 9 months to 5 years of age. in. white and various good colors. Hoods to match the above. Real wonders at from $2,50 to $5.00i ELBOW LENGTH id Gloves 16-BUTTON LENGTH KID GLOVES Exceedingly strong in wear and dressy in appearance, all sizes in black, white and a host of desirable fall shades, usually sold at $:i.50 Just for Monday at, pair j 552.95 THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL Winter Quarterly Style Book Latest edition, containing 130 pages of authoritative Fashion News and a multitude of life-like illustrations, are now on sale here. The book alone is worth 23c, yet, in order to parallel former efforts, we will give you a Winter Quarterly and choice of any 13c Ladies' Home Journal Pattern, for the insignificant sum of , 20 Pillow Cords OUR REGULAR HOLIDAY LINE OF PILLOW CORDS HAS COME g Those with tassel ends, in a broad range of plain colors and variegated effects banner values at 25, 35 and 50c "Sophomore" Overcoats In a Class by Themselves SOPHOMORE OVERCOATS are fashioned on the right plan: they are of minimum weight, give max imum warmth, and are porous enough to admit of ventilation. Be sides this, they are made in clean, sanitary shops by expert journey men who, careful, conscientious and exact in slightest detail, pro duce overcoats that are simply perfect In style, fit and workman ship. AVe show a broad style and price range. $10 to $30 "Regal" Wet Weather Boots We wish to call particular atten tion to our peerless line of High cut Lace Boots. Just what you want for stormy weather and hunting wear. Made of either Calf or Klkskln, viscol tan, and war ranted strictly waterproof. Prices range from $3 to $10 Women's Hosiery A LARGE LOT OF WOMEN'S FINE LISLE STOCKINGS Full fashioned and full regular made, in such colors as grey, brown, wine, nile, tan and myrtle, phenomenal 35c values secial at 22c Pair Outing Gowns WOMEN'S OUTING FLANNEL NIGHT GOWNS In striped pat terns, various sizes extremely low priced at, each 44c Underwear ABOUT 30 DOZEN OF WOMEN'S FLEECED RIBBED VESTS AND PANTS "Forest Mills" brand. Vests have long sleeves. Pants knee length, bought to sell at 50c just for a day at 33c Each Bed Spreads ANOTHER LARGE LOT OF COL ORED BED SPREADS Full ;size, good $2.00 grade in cither red, blue or pink for one day at, choice $1.48 TABLE DAMASK. FINE BLEACHED LINEN DAMASK 70 inches wide, per fectly soft in finish, made on hand looms and warranted ev ery thread linen; elaborate de signs; beauty and service com bined In these linens; bona fide $1.00 quality. Sale price per yard 79 m J. m w - r t s - mm mr. jM my s a . . . . . . .. . Dresser Scarfs DAMASK DRESSER SCARFS Sizes 18x54 and 18xT0, come with hemstitched and drawn work borders; a most elegant satin ' finished article. Always sold at $1.50. Special, each 9Q 44444.;, i ,. j.i j, ,;, j. ,;,.. ...,