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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1909.
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The most highly refined and healthful
of baking powders. Its constant use
in almost every American household
its sales all over the world, attest its'
wonderful popularity and usefulness.
A
E BILL"
He Led a Stirring Life a Score of
Year Ago.
"Cyclone Bill," the name by which
William Ellison is better known and
has been known for a generation or
ihore, is in town, a guest of the Com
mercial. This is his first visit to Phoe
nix in nearly a score of years. Time
and the soft clothes he Is wearing
made him almost unrecognizable by his
old acquaintances. He would have
been wholly unrecognizable but for a
limp which can never be disguised. It
is the result of a gun shot wound many
years ago, an incident of one of the
many frequent frontier skirmishes in
Which he was engaged. Idle gossip
years ago associated the name of Cy
clone Bill with the robbery of Major
Wham, the army paymaster wno lost
$30,000 in the neighborhood of Fort
"Thomas a score of years ago. This
gossip grew until it took the form of
a federal indictment and Cyclone Bill,
along with several other suspects, was
forced to trial at Tucson, where they
were triumphantly vindicated.
A colored woman who was in the
ambulance along -with Major Wham
and the $30,000 at the time it was be
set by the masked forces, positively
Identified Cyclone Bill by his peculiar
limp, unlike any other on earth, in
heaven or in the waters that be under
the earth. She had watched him while
he was shooting, she said, and that
limp was more indelibly fixed upon her
memory by every discharge of his rifle.
Superficial persons thought at the
time that this evidence would be very
damaging, but later on Cyclone Bill
proved beyond a shadow of a doubt
that at that particular moment he was
150 miles away. -
GERMAN DIPLOMAT
He Himself Was Supposed to Have
Perished in a Fire,
Santiago, Chile, Feb. 12. Chancellor
Beckert of the. German legation at
Santiago was arrested at Chilian, cap
ital of the province of Nuble.
The office of the German legation
at Santiago was destroyed by fire on
February 5th and in the ruins was
found the charred body of a man. It
was at first believed that Beckert had
rerished. but a subsequent examina
tion showed these things: That it was
not Beckert, that the man had been
stabbed to death, and that $9,000 had
been taken from tfce office safe. The
murdered man was a swvant at the
legation
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THE USE OF SEXINE PILLS.
No man or woman who is nervous,
weak "or irritable, should fail to take
Sexine Pills. The treatment costs only
J 5. and it is fully guaranteed.' Sexine
Pills make you strong and happy. Price
$1 a box; six boxes $5, with money
back guarantee Address or call Elvey
& Huiett, druggists, where they sell all
the principal remedied and do not substitute.
Horses broken to ride or drive; also
bought and sold. I. A. McCann, corral
south, of court bouse,... " ..1 . . ,
WEATHER TODAY.
Washington, Feb. 12. Weather fore
cast for Arizona: Rain In the south,
snow in the northern portion; Sunday
fair.
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Best Recipe for Catarrh ?
The logical treatment of catarrh Is
through the blood, and the following
is sure: To one-half pine good Wilis
key add one ounce syrup sarsaparilla
and one ounce Toris compound, which
can be procured of any druggist. Take
I in teaspoonful doses before each meat
iand before retiring. Results quickly
Xuilow- .. , i i-r -r i
THIRD AVENUE THEATRE
TONIGHT
FOR THE LAST TIME
THE STREETER-BRYAN CO., PRESENTS
"A Thief's Wife"
Reserved seats at Larson's Drug Store.
Popular Prices, 20c, 30c and 50c.
MATINEE AT 2:30 PJI. TODAY 10c AND 25c.
HllilUMIi H-M' I-H-H-H-H-H ! MI! EH I 11 M 1 1 I 1'H"M"-
The Hackett Market
" " is known by this time as the supply center for Sun
' day dinners. Time and aga'in we have told you that
we make a specialty of Sunday dinners. We have
t no fear of contradiction to our assertion that this t
specialty appeals to more people than all the price
slashing ever accomplished in Phoenix.
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Phone Main
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! WE SELL PIANOS RIGHT
We do things in no Btnatl way.- Our sales are so large and our ex
penses so small (we have no rent to pay), that we do not have to
exact the customary big profits on each piano, which of necessity
have to go to the agents and dealers who sell only a few pianos.
This situation has been so frequently proved that it requires no
jt further illustration here.
? P TTT.TPWT T T ?Q The Home of 5
J JA.CjJJ.Ej VV llj-Li O Everything Musical X
OF FAIR COMMISSION
THE RESIGNATION OF CHAIRMAN
ADAMS REQUESTED
. I Reported . to be the purpose of
The Governor to make
Clean Sweep
Chairman J. C. Adams of the' ter
ritorial fair commission yesterday
received a letter from Governor Klb
bey requesting the resignation of Mr.
Adams. - The governor wrote that he
vas moved to this step by a desire
to' reorganize the commision, a fact
which Air. Adams would have easily
inferred without that explanation.
There is no other way to reorganize
a commission without getting new
members into it Thpugh the letter
of the governor suggested an early
reply, none had been forwarded last
night.
Mr. Adams learned that a letter of
similar date and tenor had been
addressed to Hon. B. A. Packard of
the commission and he heard . that
Hon. H. C. Lockott who is in town
got nothing out of the malls yester
day and it was later learned that
whether or not the governor desires
a successor for him, his resignation
would not be necesary. Mr. Lockett's
is a recess appointment. If he had
been nominated before the adjourn
ment of the last council he would
still have three years -to serve. The
term of Mr. Adams would not natur
ally expire for two years. That of
Mr. Packard has a year to run.
Regarding the causes for the re
quest for his resignation, Mr. Adams
was not certain last night but he
said that the commission had not
always been in accord with the gov
ernor In matters affecting the fair.
Conjecture is already rife as to
the" probable successor to the board
from this county and prediction gen
erally settles in the vicinity of
Dwight B. Heard.
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MOODY ADDRESSES
BOARD OF TRADE
Spokanite Asks That Phoenix Be Rep
resented by a Large Delegation at
the Irrigation Congress Next August.
In his address yesterday afternoon
before the Board of Trade, II. L.
Moody of Spokane, who is In the city
for the purpose of getting a big dele
gation to the next irrigation congress,
emphasized the statement that it is
impossible to raise too much of any
thing, provided it can be shipped to a
market.
"In the course of a conversation with
W. C. Brown, the new president of
the New York Central," said Mr.
Moody, "that gentleman said, 'In twen
ty or thirty years from now this coun
try will face a famine exactly as India
faces one now. I draw this conclusion
from the fact that the exports of ag
ricultural products are but 8 per cent
of the output.' "
Mr. Boody urged that every foot of
land in this valley should be put in
cultivation. He spoke of his trip
around the valley and commented fa
vorably on the land of sunshine, where
crops can be grown the year round.
"I wish to congratulate Phoenix on
the quality of the people you have
here," he continued. "Never in my life
have I seen so many splendid women In
so small a city. The hope of the coun
try lies, not In numbers, but In the
quality of its citizenship; In Its high
standards of morality and honesty.
"You have the chance to make this
the most beautiful city in the country.
In twenty years it should be the model
city of the commonwealth, surrounded
as it is by an area of the finest soil
in the world. It will be cut up Into
small tracts which will be the homes of
the business and professional men. The
children from such homes can not help
but grow up into splendid men and
women.
"I would urge you to seek, not for
numbers but for the highest type of
citizenship. Then lay your founda
tions deep and strong and build with
a splendid optimism that will insure
permanency."
Mr. Moody then spoke of the next
Irrigation congress which will be held
in Spokane, August 9 to 14. He showed
how extremely important It Is to Ari
zona that a large delegation be sent
to that congress. "You have as much
as stake and more cause to attend an
irrigation congress than any other
community In the world." he said.
B. A- Fowler, president of the Water
Users' association, spoke of some of
the Irrigation congresses he attended.
He said that Phoenix should send a
large delegation to -the Spokane con
gress on account of the opportunities
for advertisement, and because Phoe
nix wants the congress tierself before
long. Mr. Fowler was of the opinion
that 1912. when the irrigation project
would have been completed and canals
lad out and a few more hotels built.
would be a good year In which to have
the congress in this city.
- ir. Foss, president of the Board of
Trade, had a few words to say on real
estate conditions and the price of land
In the valley. He was also an enthusi
astic supporter of tha proposition to
send a delegation to the Spokane con
gress. ' " , '
$100 Dollars Reward, $100
The reader of this paper will be pleas
ed to learn that mere is ai jeasi one
dreaded disease that science bas been
nM i ran In fl.ll its stages, and that
is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
only poaluve cure now mown 10 uij
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a eon-
..--.!.. i tu 1 1 1 r.. m rnntltll-
tlonal treatment, Hall's Catarrh Cure la
taken Internally, acting airecuy upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the founda
tion of the disease, and giving the pa
tient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature in doing
Its work. The proprietors have so much
faith In Its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any -case
that it falls . to cure. Bend for list of
testimonials. Address:
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists. TBc.
Take Hall'a Family Pills for constipa
tiou.
Dr. Emmons fits and furnlsnes glas
m lively Times at The lively Store Way
If bright, clean merchandise, coupled with the lowest possible prices, count for anything, the Big Store
ought to have its hands full today. Head every item carefully don't skip a line choice money-saving
opportunities await you here today. :
$1.25 and $1.50 Golf Shirts In a splendid
.assortment : of colorings and patterns,
stripes and plaids, all sizes-r-for today only
at, choice 99c
A Dainty Lot of Four-in-Hand Neckwear
Everyone pure Silk, in a broad range
of solid colors and stripes, the sorts usually
sold at 35c for one day choice at 19c
One Line of 4-ply Linen Collars For men
only, all styles and all sizes, absolutely pure
Linen, sold in all the exclusive men's fur
nishing houses at 20c to close today .at,
each . i2C
Men's Pure Irish Linen Handkerchiefs
Hemstitched, 14 and i. inch hems, a real
35c quality for one day, each.... 19c
One Lot of Men's Suits Not all sizes in
each particualr line, but every size in the
combined assortment, values ranging from
$12.50 to $15 to close today for $8.75
"Hawes" $3 Hats All the latest Spring
styles and shapes in Soft Hats are in. More
Hat satisfaction than comes with Hats of
fered at nearly twice the price. Green is
the shade. We have them. Nowhere else
in Phoenix.
Towels
50 DOZEN OF HUCK TOWELS
Hemmed, with red borders, fair
size, as good or better than most
Towels sold at 25c per pair for
Saturday, each '. 7 1J2
Handkerchiefs
A WHOLE COUNTER FULL OF
EMBROIDERED HANDKER
CHIEFS 75 different styles to
select from, hemstitched and scal
loped effects galore, regular 25c
values special, . each 12 1"2
Toilet Soap Apron Ginghams
COLGATE'S TOILET SOAP A
vast number of boxes. Elder Flow
er, Palm, Rego and Turkish Bath,
the kinds generally retailed at 5c
per cake for one day only
3 CAKES FOR 10
GENUINE AMOSKEAG APRON
GINGHAMS A new shipment in
every conceivable check and color,
200 piecesto choose from, usually
sold at 8 l-3c ' for Saturday only.
yard 7
Dyer
THE GREAT
0
White Sale
FOR "KAYSER" 16
BUTT. LENGTH SILK
GLOVES The genuine
double-finger tipped sorts
regularly sold at $1.50
and $1.75 per pair. The
assortment consists of black, white and a
good line of colors.
NX"
Printed Scrims Holeproof Hosiery
The New York Store's
biggest, will soon make
its appearance. It's a
sale l worth waiting,
worth watching for it
pays.
10 PIECES OF PRET
TILY FIGURED SCRIMS
36 Inches wide, brown
floral designs on ecru
foundation, just right for
Over-draies and Parlor
Curtains, actual 25c val
ues special, yard 17
HOLE-PROOF STOCK
INGS FOR WOMEN A
strictly guaranteed arti
cle, fast black, a new pair
if the Hose gets "holey"
before the expiration of 6
months priced extremely
moderate considering tiieir
quality 3 PAIRS TOR
ONLY S1.00
FOR VAL. EDGINGS AND IN-
S E R T 1 0 N S Considered good
property at 10c and 121jc a yard.
Thousands of yards of these, in
various widths and patterns. Lim
it 12 yards to each person.
THE BIG STORE'S
Mail Order
Business is on the in
crease. Promptness, ac
curacy and our money
back policy are the
chief reasons for it. A
postal will do. ' Try it
once.
10c
For Dress' Ginghams
Mill Ends and short lengths,
measuring from 10 to 16 yards.
Solid colors, stripes and checks
in plenty, 75 different styles to
choose from. Values range from
12'Ac to 15c per yard.
NEW SPRING STYLES
"Qneen Quality"
OXFORDS AND PUMPS
have arrived. Real ele
gance, snug fit and mod
erate price are happily
combined in these.
$2.50 to $4.00
TO YOUR LEFT A
STRIKING ILLUSTRA
TION of one of the new
"Qneen Quality"
models. We have other
styles black, tan, oxblood
and chocolate in either
button, blucher and lace.
Try a Pair
29c yard
For Corset Coyer
Embroideries
Well worth 40c and 60c a yard.
Bran new stock, 18 Inches wide,
in Hamburg and Cambric, a
banner group from every point
of view. '
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Off Today On Entire Stock of Off Today
Women's Street Coats, Costumes and TailorMade Suits
Last Call on These Today Kindly Bear It in Mind
Stout Women, Attention!
THE NEW SKIRTS ARE IN Latest Spring styles,
in slies large enough to fit women who in days gone
by had trouble getting properly fitted. Material is
Panama, in black, brown, navy and grey. Beauti
fully tailored garments priced very low $7.50
$1.39 For Heat herbloom Petticoats
that are considered extraordinary good values at
$2.00. Not ' the skimpy garments, but each and
every one cut full and wide and finished with deep
ruffled flounce. .
$4.50 and $5 Silk Waists for $3.69
A CONSIDERABLE LOT OF TAFFETA SILK
WAISTS In either black or navy, neatly tailored
models, mostly long sleeves, values up to $5.00
choice, today for ,., '3.69
$4.50 Coat Sweaters for $2.89
ONE LOT OF FANCY KNITTED COAT SWEAT
ERS In either Oxford or Cardinal, odds and ends
of former $4.50 sellers today at, choice $2.S9
79c For White Lawn Waists
that sell under ordinary circumstances at J1.00 and
$1.25. Every one of these waists has a beautiful
embroidered front and - length sleeves 10 differ
ent models to choose from. -
$10 and $12.50 Silk Petticoats for $7.49
A MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION OF THESE Of
genuine guaranteed Taffeta, in black, white, cardinal,
tan, green and a host of novelty effects, most elab
orately finished actual $10 and $12.50 sorts today
for - $7.49
I Mennen's i ! E"y
ses, 368 N- 4U. avenue.

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