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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14,. 1909.
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ROAD FLOODING CASE '
GLENDALE DISTRICT
Failure to Comply with the County's
Impossible Demands, Gets Highly
Respected Gentlemen Into Court.
Through an alleged violation of the
laws against the flooding of the
roail.-s by neglecting to care for waste
irrigation water, W. A. Kuns, fore
man of H. A. Fowler's ranch, is
spending this glorious SsabbatlT under
a weight of accusation. The heavy
hand of the law was laid upon him
y.stenlay morning, and when Mr.
Fo-vliT. who now resides in the city,
lie; rtl of it, he went to Glendale at
once to investigate. Finding Mr.
tin law rather than a violator, he
the law rather tha na violator, he
also put his shoulder under the
weight and is helping his foreman
to bear up under the white man's
burden, as it is imposed in Glendale.
Hoth gentlemen may be considered
technically and for the time being as
either lawbreakers or martyrs, ac
. cording to the prejudices of the im
partial reader. Yesterday the hear
ing begun before Judge Flock of
Glendale was continued until Tues
day by a general desire of all par
ties to the controversy. The com
plainant was Road Overseer Kendrick,
who desired further time to confer
with the supervisors, the judge de
sired an opportunity to si-cure in
formation of the district attorney as
to his powers and duties in the prem
ises, and Mr. Fowler, in accordance
with his views, desired an opportun
ity to obtain counsel, if that shall be
necessary after the court has passed
on the facts.
Thus far there seems to be no
inharmeny in any quarter concern
ing the statement of facts, which
facts are as follows1: The waste
water fiom Mr. Fowler's ranch runs
into a diteli which follows along a
road some 1 Jii feet or more south
of his ranch. For the last ten years
Mr. Fowler has kept this ditch in
order and continues so to do. At the
end of the area in question, the ditch
runs under a culvert on a country-
road. Through neglect, however, the
leaves, twigs and other desert debris
in that vicinity, together with the
sediment in the water, has stopped up
the culvert, and the overseer has not
cleaned it for the reason that the
county has provided him with no
funds. Nevertheless, the water from
Mr. Fowlers ranch, 1-00 feet below
it, has flooded the road, being unable
to find an outlet under the county
bridge. .miw the question arises
whether Mr. Fowler shall cease irri
gating until the county gets money
enough to fix the culvert, for fear
of flooding the road, or whether he
shall proceed with his farming and
the county take the chance on floods
until it gets the bridge fixed.
In addressing tiie court, yesterday,
Mr. Fowler said that as president of
the Water Users" association, he was
most emphatically in favor of a thor
ough enforcement of the law and
that he sought no personal favors.
If it was found that his foreman
had been neglectful or was a violator,
he would plead guilty and pay the
fine and consider it a privilege to
lieli uphold the law, but under the
circumstances, he believed the ehort
coming was on the part of the
county and neither he nor his fore
man should be held amenable, and
that until he could be made to see
things differently, he was disposed
to take the matter to the court of
last resort, if it be necessary.
He forthwith announced that in
that event he would probably desire
to use the complainant and his neigh
bors and all cognizant of the facts
as witnesses for the defense, to prove
that his foreman had always been
diligent in the care of the waste
water whenever he had half a chance
to do anything, and was a good farm
er and irrigator. Altogether, the cause
at court was a friendly one, the neigh
borhood being a peaceful one and
the accused and their persecutors the
best of friends. It appeared that
both sides to the controversy vere
up against the impossi'.'e in their
MOM DA Y THE BARGAIN UZTtemarkable
DAY AT THE BOSTON
STORE
Unusual inducements prevail today that will produce active buying in
every department. Many new and novel designs are offered in Spring
Fabrics that are exclusive. Never before have you been presented with
such a showing as will be seen this season at the Boston Store. Every
day adds something new; every day you are welcome to inspect or buy.
We quote today for your approval- .
how much prettier the designs and patterns are
this season than any previous. We urge that you
see the new things for early Spring wear. Among
the recent arrivals are:
New Percales, New Embroideries,
New Ginghams, New Laces,
New Linen Suiting, New Ruchings,
New Muslin Underwear.
The "As You
20c Persian Lawn
Washable Shang
tung Silk 65c
This beautiful new material Is here in a
great variety of designs and colorings; is
certainly proper and in a class by itself.
See these Monday.
65c
72x90 Sheets 39c
A good quality Sheet, with seam in center; generous
size and worth COc. Monday
39c
36x42 Pilow Case Ifc
This Pillow Case is standard size and good material,
and worth regularly 15c. Monday
Ho
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Trial Package Sent Free.
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Stuart's Calcium Wafers go into the
blood through the same channel as
food. They stimulate and nourish it.
They destroy foreign and unnatural
bodies found there and remove all im
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In many cases pimples and eruptions
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These- little wafers are so strong that
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The person who suffers the humilia
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blood is in bad condition and delay is
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Purify your blood and you give na
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Stuart's Calcium Wafers peculiarly
preserve the strength of Calcium Sul
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giving the most rapid cures owing to
the purity' of the Ingredients and their
freedom from decay, evaporation and
chemical weakness caused by many
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druggist. I'rice 00c, or send us your
name and address and we will send
you a trial package by mail free. Ad
dress F. A. Stuart, 175 Stuart Hldg.,
Marshall, Mich.
Children's
Hosiery I24c
For both boys and girls, in black
ribbed, elastic top, all sizes to 9 V;.
Monday 12 1 2c
Corset Cover
Special 25c
One lot of beautiful Corset Covers,
nice materials, trimmed with many
rows of wash val. lace. Others
with beading and ribbon. Not a
cover in this lot worth less than
45c, and most of them to G5c.
Monday 23
$1.25 Muslin
Gowns 69c
Ladies' Night Gowns of soft long
cloth, low neck, short sleeves and
trimmed with beading and baby
ribbon.
Monday G9
j $1.25 Muslin
unaerskirts Toe
tne lot of Indies' Underskirts,
made of Cambric, extra wide
sweep, two rows of torchon lace,
tucks and dust ruffle.
Monday 75
$2.00 White
Waists 99c
Indies' Waists of sheer white
lawn, handsomely trimmed in va
rious ways, with lace and em
broideries. About 150 Waists in
this lot, for,
Monday Q9
Dress Ginghams
for 9c
Ileautiful new Spring designs and
colorings. Really and truly the
prettiest line ill Phoenix.
Monday, per yard
New Spring
Woolens $1.50
These come 54 inches wide in invisible Her
ringbone stripes and in every new color
that Fashion has decreed for this Spring.
It's a pleasure to show these for, per yard
$1.50
Night Gowns
for $1.29
This lot contains an assortment of
different styles and designs worth
up to $2.50, some trimmed with
lace, others with embroidery, high
or low neck, long or short sleeves.
Monday S1.2i)
Skort Kimonos
for 15c
Flannelette Kimonos, just right for
these cool mornings, come in light
and dark colors and worth 40c.
Monday 15
Please" Hair Roll for 7c
This is a decided novelty and This is a very pretty sheer
comes by the yard. Buy as Lawn and especially in demand
much as you need no more. at this time. We offer about
Comes in every color of hair. 00 yards for
HERE ONLY FOR, PER YARD ) MONDAY, SPECIAL PER YARD
65c
7Yc
Embroideries ,
for 4c
One lot of Embroideries, with in
sertion and edgings to match, just
right for children's dresses, etc.
Monday, per yard -J
Linen Finished
Suiting 15c
In all tho newest and most pop
ular shades. This fabric is much
in demand and very suitable for
early spring wear. Keally worth
L'5e a yard.
Monday 15
$1.50 Cambric
Underskirts 98c
Underskirts made of fine Cambric,
trimmed with numerous rows of
hemstitched tucks, lawn ruffle,
spluiidid value at $1.50.
Monday )SC
$2.25 Money ?e
fund Taffeta $1.48
This Silk is a full yard wide, extra
heavy and a beautiful luster; you
can judge by the name what this
Silk is, and a genuine $2.25 quality.
Monday S1.4S
MEN Buy Monday Bar
gains at The Boston Store
TIES 1S-
Including new designs in Fonr-in-llands,
light and dark col
ors and worth 35c. Monday spe-
IS4
SHIRTS 49
Over 100 Shirts in this lot.
Take your choice of different
colors and patterns. Monday
special 49(1
SOX, 3 PAIR FOR 50
Don't mfss this special: Sox ir.
fancy and plain color; any size
and regular 25c sellers. Monday
special 3 PAIR FOR 50
HATS S1.39-
Different shapes and colors and
every size. These Hats are sold
regularly at $2. Get one Mon
day. Special SI .39
SHIRTS 79c
A big assortment of high class
Shirts, Including Monarch and
Cluett. Monday special .. 70
WOOL UNDERWEAR 75t
Men's Underwear All Wo 1
Shirts and Drawers; one color
only, salmon. This garment is
worth twice what we ask; $1.50
values; per garment, Monday,
special 7oC-
MEN'S SOX 'if
Sox in black or tan. The kind
that is sold everywhere for 10e
pair. Monday special, pair 5
FANCY VESTS
Are all offered Monday at a
uniform price reduction. Some
mighty good Vests in this lot
special ONE-THIRD OFF
Buy Men's Clothing
Monday
All "Winter Suits are included at these prices none
reserved.
$18,00 AND $20.00 MEN'S SUITS
$12.90
$22.50 AND $25.00 MEM'S SUITS
$14. 65
$12.50 AND $15.00 OVERCOATS
AND CRAVENETTES
$9.90
$20.00 OVERCOATS AND CRAVENETTES
$14. 65
One-Half Price
4 All Evening Gowns 1!
JL All Fine Tailor Suits
All Ladies' Coats
All Millinery
in the heavier qualities. Positively every garment
is included, except the new Spring models that are
just arriving.
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full observance of the law. Mr.
Fowler must stop irrigating or flood
the road, the overseer must arrest
him or clean the county culvert, and
the county road fund for that dis
trict is in a state of bankruptcy. And,
finally, at last report there was no
pitch hot.
ANENT THE RANGERS AND THE
EXAMINER
To the Editor of The Republican :
Sir I notice in your paper of the
Sth inst., that from democratic head
quarters (or hindquarters comes the
explanation that the abolition of the
rangers and the public examiner is
intended as a means of proving to
the world beyond Maricopa station,
how morally pure we are this trip,
and that our inborn integrity and
law-abiding character render us im
pervious to temptation, and make su
pervision of any kind useless and
therefore needless. I also note how
you are trying to explain the need
of proper policing of a well-governed
municipality, and how supervision is
essential to proper business methods.
I must say that "I view with alarm
and apprehension" the unmistakable
symptoms of myopia (this is the
spectacle-man's slang for short-sight
edness) betrayed by your attempt to
'"prove" by argument that the pro
posed abolitions are wrong, and I
wish to hand you my specs, so that
you may look through them and see
what you can see.
Why, Mr. Editor, do you really be
lieve that those fellows, who are an
xious to have the offices of rangers
and public examiner abolished, are
not aware of the fact that they are
attempting to perpetrate an outrage
upon all the people of Arizona irre
spective of party affiliations? Don't
you know, Mr. Editor, that this piece
of legislation Is being condemned
unanimously by the press of both po
litical parties? Under these circum
stances it seems ridiculous to argue
whether such legislation is or is not
justifiable.
From my standpoint, or rather sit
point, it seems to mo that there must
be an Ethiopian in the wood-pile,
and that this whole matter resolves
itself into the following questions:
Firstly. If the people of Arizona
unanimously protest jigamst such leg
islation as being inimical to their
interests, in whose interest then is
it desirable?
Secondly. If the people of Arizona
stand United in their deman for the
continuation of those offices as an
absolute necessity to public safety
in one case, and as a safe business
method in the administration of pub
lic affairs in the other, wherein lies
the necessity for antagonizing the
will of the people?
Somebody said in Latin (I winder
what he would say in Phoenix!) that
the voice of the people is the voice of
God. Yes: but, excuse me, this is
where I have to get off. So I'll bid
you good-bye.
Yours truly,
F. KABINNOVITZ.
GOEFHAL'S CONFIDENCE
IN UN EARLY CANAL
He Will Tell Congress Tomorrow Just
What It Will Cost.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 13. Colonel
George V. Goethuls, chairman of the
Isthmian canal commission and mem
ber of the board of engineers appoint
d by President Roosevelt, who went to
Panama with President-elect Taft,
reached Washington today. The board
will report unanimously in favor of
continuing the lock plan.
Col. Goethals said: "I repeat what I
said to you a year ago and that is that
the canal will be completed and ships
will be traversing it by the first of
February', 1915. Work on the waterway
is going ahead splendidly.
"I am to appear before the house
committee on appropriations on Mon
day, when I will be prepared to give
an estimate of what the canal will
cost. In my Judgment the character of
the canal to be built has not changed
in the least. The most acceptable plan
is the lock canal, which is now under
construction.
"Any dangrr of ships bumping Into
the gates or other parts of the locks,
about which some apprehension has
been expressed, will be entirely avert
ed by electrical devices by which the
vessels will be kept under control at
all times."
ATTENTION OFFICERS REWARD.
About noon Saturday a party of six
young men, evidently returning from
a hunting trip, stopped alongside of
one of the company's fences and pulled
feathers from the birds inside the
fence.
The company is determined to Ftop
the stealing of feathers in this man
ner, and has authorized me to offer a
reward of Twenty-Five Dollars ($25)
for the arrest and conviction of the
guilty members of this party.
PAN-AMERICAN OSTRICH CO,
D. D. HORNING, Supt.
CRAZY ON RELIGION.
A Memphis Negro Terrorizes a Fash
ionable Precinct.
Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 13. Running
amuch and throwing a fashionable
neighborhood about poplah avenue and
Dunlnp street into a panic today, a
crazy negro was finally shot and killed.
He had a knife in one hand and a
Hible in the other and attacked all
whom he met. The negro was Henry
Tate, crazy on the subject of religion.
NOTHING IS SO GOOD
AS GOOD HEALTH.
P0STUM
has brought back good health to
thousands who suffered with
coffee aches and ails.
"THERE'S A REASON."
FREE SAMPLE COPY.
Any rancher or other person inter
ested in reading an up-to-date agricul
tural weekly devoted to the southwest
may have a free sample copy of tho
California Cultivator sent him. Call,
send a postal card or telephone Main
116. H. G. Hutchins, representative of
the California Cultivator, care Post
Office News Store, 136 N. Center.
THE PA LACK
Saloon, Pool and Billiards.
Budwelser on draught. Old Crow,
Mayfleld and Guckenheimer Rye
Whiskies sold over the bar.
JOHN P. BODET. Pros.
GOLD
Miners and Ranches,
Notice! We do iron and
brass castings of all
kinds. Come in and
talk to us.
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"Watch for special announcements.
Bachlors
A box of Suprcmas or a
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