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UN IN THE u n B3Z T 0 01 IS 11 SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1909 m n DEAD 77ieSipphfl today. Specials that are in evidence today. We urge early buying some of the lots are limited. Prices that appeal to you Mrs. Fenner Charged With ASKS ARREST Rev. Perley W. Powers Who Had the Woman Fined On a Charge of Extortion When She Accused Him, Is Now In Phoenix. 20c PERSIAN LAWN, 8c Very nice sheer quality and worth regularly 20c a yard. Just 40 pieces of this. Today g Chicago, Feb. 19. Mrs. V. C. Boak Fenner. 30 years old, who twice made attempts to end her life following her arrest on a charge of extortion made by Rev. PerleyW. Powers, died early today. Following her death Coroner Hoffman, who took charge of the case, declared he had asked for the arrest of Powers, who is -now In Phoenix, Ariz., where his wife Is sick. He. is responsible for this woman's death," eaid the coroner, "and I will have him arrested if I have to get him extradited." Chicago, Feb. 19. Mrs. V. C. Boak Fenner, who recently was fined for an alleged attempt to extort money from Rev. perley w. lowers, and who accused him before tho trustees of his church, the Adams Street Mthodist Episcopal, of making affectionate ad vances toward her. died at the hospital today of poison self administered. The coroner asked for the arrest of Rev. Powers, who is said to be in Arizona. The Rev. Perley Powers. , to whom the above Associated Press dispatches lrom Chicago refer, has been In Phoe nix since last Wednesday. He came here from Chicago immediately fol lowing the trial of Mrs. V. C. Boak Fenner. Mr. Powers, who was pastor of the Olivet Methodist church, came here ostensibly on a visit to Mrs. Pow ers, who has been In Phoenix since last fall on account of ill health. An attempt was made to see Mr. Powers yesterday at 210 East Taylor street, wherel he and Mrs. Powers ajid their two children are staying, but it was said that he was not at home. It was added that he bad been so thor oughly badgered by reporters that it was doubtful if he would care to see any of them. On Mr. Powers' arrival in Phoenix last Wednesday, a Republican reporter called on him. Mr. Powers at that time said he had not run awav from Chicago to escape public criticism or the censure of the church of which he was pastor. He did not say that he expected to resume his pastorate in Chicago; he rather intimated that his plans were at present vague, but that he would probably spend a week or ten days in Phoenix. DRESS GINGHAMS, 7'A.e Xew Spring designs in all colorings and pat terns. These Ginghams are never sold for less than 8 l-3c. Today 7 1"2 GALATEA CLOTH, 17!2c ; This popular material is now here in a great variety of colors and patterns. Many bave been waiting for its arrival.' Todajr'y X"2 First Showing dof Tailored Street Hats for Spring 1909 Smart classy Turbans' and other stylish shapes are now on display for the first time. All the new colors. All the new shapes. I z y Boston Store Millinery Section V 36-INCH MOHAIRS, 59c Brand new assortment of colors, including gar net, blues, green, brown and several shades of grey. Light weight for- Spring wear. To day 5Ci FINE MADRAS SHIRTING, 15c This material is much in favor now and conies in while, ground with neat figures and stripes. Today 15 MUSLIN UNDERGARMENTS No where, time or place have you seen prettier, snowy Undermuslins than at the Uoston Store now. Garments trimmed with dainty lace or em broideries, in designs that are exclusive and correct, and priced with a view to quick movement. Note these prices for tomorrow: CORSET COVERS A big lot of these, good quality, trimmed with narrow embroid ery edging. 25c value 15c CAMBRIC DRAWERS Material first class, trimmed with narrow hemstitched tucks. and worth to 35c. Today 19c CORSET COVERS In a great variety of styles, trimmed with torchon lace-in sertion and baby rib lon. 50c values 34c MUSLIN DRAWERS Splendid value in this special. Trimmed with narrow tucks and embroidery; worth 65c. To day 49 MUSLIN UNDERSKIRTS Good material, wide sweep, trimmed in various ways, with tucks and dust ruffle; J 1.00 val ues. Today 79 CAMBRIC UNDERSKIRTS Beautifully trimmed with laces and emtiroidery. different de signs, dust ruffle and wide sweep; J1.50 value. Today 9S MUSLIN GOWNS Yoke of V-shape, trimmed with embroidery insertlori and hem stitched tucks, a splendid value at 85 cents. Today 65c MUSLIN GOWNS Good quality, V-shape yoke with ruffle neck,' trimmed with hemstitched tucks. C5c value 49c MUSLIN GOWNS Yoke hemstitched, narrow tucks and embroidery insertion. This gown is a beauty and CQ worth-75c. Today ..J7 BLEACHED DOMESTIC, 6c Full yard wide and splendid value for 8 l-3e. Today, limit 12 yards to a customer gk BROWN DOMESTIC, 6c Good heavy quality and full yard wide, worth regularly 8 l-3c a yard. .Today, limit 12 yards to a customer Q NEW PERCALES, 122C Double fold Percales in new colors, figures, stripes, etc. Worth 15c. Today, special vrice 12 1'Zc r.. New Si Iks ana Dress Goods for Spring 1909 We invite inspection of the new weaves for spring wear.' The colorings are beau tiful and rich. The textures are all that could be desired. The Boston Store Has What's New V MENDON'T OVERLOOK THESE MEN'S SOX Black or tan, all sizes and worth 10c pair. Today 5 HANDKERCHIEFS White and colored borders. Worth 10c. Today 4 for 25 DRIVING GLOVES Dressed kid in tan or brown. Regular 1.50 value, at $1.00 SUSPENDERS All colors and worth regularly 50c a pair. Today 2oC FOUR-IN-HANDS About 30 dozen of these all silk ties, worth 35c. Today. .. .J8 MEN'S HATS All styles, all colors, all sizes, and worth $2.00. Today S1.39 MEN'S WOOL UNDERWEAR, 75c A fine garment tn all wool, salmon color, silk taped front, worth $1.50 a garment. To- Jay f 750 MEN'S KHAKI PANTS, $1.19 You know what these are and that they are worth $1.50 a pair. All sizes up to 50 waist. Today S1.19 MURPHY LICKED SAVERS. San Francisco, Feb. 19. John Mur phy was given a decision over Maurice Sayers of Milwaukee at the end of a fifteen-round bout tonight. Murph was the stronger of the two and did most of the lar.'mig, but Savers showed the most science. The de cision was very popular. PUBLIC SPEAKER Advises Postum Instead of Coffee. Some people think they must have a cup of coffee Tr tea before attempting any special work, some want it after wards. The same harmful effects of the cof fee poison caffeine are sooner or later made malnfest in either case. "As a public speaker," writes a Penna. man, "I had been in the habit of drinking a cup of coffee after my evening work. "My nights were nearly always rest less, or when I did sleep I would awake with a heavy, dull feeling, and every movement became an effort" (Reac tion of the coffee poison.) "My ner vous system eventually became so un strung that I was obliged to place myself under the care of a physician. "The doctor advised1 mo to give up coffee and drink Postum, which I did. Postum not only assures me a good night's sleep, but nourishes the sys tem. I nave used It for a year 'and have taken great pleasure in inducing several families in our neighborhood to use Postum instead of coffee. "One neighbor, a high-strung, ner vous woman who had drank coffee all her life, frequently had attacks of stomach trouble from which she suf fered untold agonies. Since she drop ped coffee and has been drinking Pos tum she is in good health. . "A young man who had been used to coffee three tims a day, found his ner vous system calling for something stronger. He began to use splrltous liquors and was on the down grade. "He finally decided to stop coffee and alcoholic beverages and drink Pos tum. Not being made right at first, he did not like it. but when I showed him how to make it boil it 15 min utes, he liked! it. "This yourg man Is now prosperous, healthy and of good habits. He be lieves Postum saved him from becom ing a drunkard." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich. Read "Tno Road to Well- I ville," in pkgs. "There's a Reason." Ever read the above letter? A new one appears fro mtime to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human interest. y ... . .. , .. l I AU Heavy and Medium weight clothing s Sale of Ingrain Squares Today 1$ 'I ecpDPMTiMP rRFDP at These Low Prices Today I S ( II ;f CKfcPfc, 19c Size 9x10-6. $S.T3 value S6 57 I I MEN'S SOX, 3 PAIR FOR 50c , M I .f . . . , . , , , , , , , I $18.00 and $20.00 Mens Suits S12.90 I .,,,L I ( S H ( a?-r.Si hoa: wU A fine assortmcnt of colors an1 sp,endid vaN B and dark biue. tan and brown. Today 19 j j I I T T 1 1 J J . g J S ill j n for 25c a pair. Today 3 500 j I Agents for EWjj (77(J)T (TrTl VJ 2 Agents for H f W. L. Doug las '- s&i J LLi tJJ "CNyN J-J VlJ-J"JwZJ The McCall M RV) N.DIAM0ND&BR0. JJ PRICES ALWAYS.THE. Patterns j j jy rj PHOENIX .ARIZ. SV LOWEST ;55:JJJ ONLY HOPE LIES IN F A Conference Held on Statehood Bill Yesterday. Washington, Feb. 19. (Special.) The senate committee on territories held a meeting today on the statehood bill. Every member of the commit tee was present except Senator Bever idge, who is absent from the city. Senator Nelson of Minnesota offered several minor amendments. The com mittee will hold another meeting Tues day next. But it is said that the bill will not be reported to the senate at this session. It is understood that Senator Foraker will make a motion to have the bill brought into the senate. Kd Campbell of Holbrook is here on business before the departments. United States Marshal Daniels and L'nited States Attorney Alexander re turned here today from New York. THE CONSTITUTION. Washington, D. C, Feb. 19. The re quirement that congress Instead of the president shall approve the constitu tion adopted by the new states was urged by Senator Nelson when the New Mexico and Arizona statehood bill was taken up by the senate committee on territories. The basis of this sug gestion bi' Nelson was a criticism of the Oklahoma constitution, which re sulted in a general discussion of the subject in an other meeting of the "ommittee Tuesday. AH members bf ihe committee declared the bill should have their thorough consideration. which makes it certain no further ac tion can be had in the present session of congress. BUSINESS SESSIONS (Continued from Page 1.) counts cf railroads under the Hepburn law. The bill .carries an appropriation of $137,022,007. The limitation of the se cret service is the same as last year, which aroused the president. The largest Item in the bill is for thi? continuation of work at Panama, $33, 366,000; rivers and harbors, $19,574, 514; construction of public buildings. $18,618,646. A reduction of duty on news print paper from six dollars a ton to two dollars a ton and placing ground wood on the free, list, placing a duty of one twelffh of a cent a pound on merhan ically ground pulp, are the recommen dations of a selected committee on the pulp and paper investigation re ported to the house today by a unan imous report. TAFT WAS MADE A "KNOCKER" AT SIGHT Cincinnati Knockers' Club Not to Be Outdone by the Masons. PHILIPPINE FORTIFICATIONS. Washington, Feb. 19. The annual discussion regarding the fortifications in the Philippines took place in the house today during .- discussion of the fortification bill. ilr Smith said it was proposed to cut down E! Frailo island and mount heavy guns upon it at a cost or about $2,000,000. While maintaining that the Philippines were an incubus on the government. Slay den o? Texas said the islands needed protection. Except the amendment to fortifying San Pedro harbor, the bill was altered in no particular part and was passed. It carries $8,160,111. ROYALTY FRIGHTENED. MORMON CHURCH FOR FRISCO. S.t.1 Francisco, Feb. 19. According to Elder H. A. Smith of the Latter Day Saints, who is in this city, a Mormon temple Is to be built in San Francisco with money contributed by the church in Salt Lake City. The elder says that he has obtained op tions on several fine sites. HURT IN COLLISION. Oakland. Feb. 19. In a collision be tween a Keyroute train and a hack, ne woman is reported killed and sev eral persons injured. , Copenhagen, Feb. 19. The Danish cruiser Hcimdal was in a collision today during a fog off Elsinore with the British tank uteamcr Astrakhan and sustained serious damage, a great hole leing stove in her starboard side. The Heimdal arrived here tonight in a smkmg condition. Prince Axle, son of" I'rince Waidemar and a nephew of Kins Frederick, was aboard the Heimdal. Cincinnati, O., Feb. 19. President elect Taft was ttmight made a "Knock er at sight." His initiation furnished entertainment for 100 promnlent busi ness and irofesslon:il men at the Knockers' annual dinner. The Cincin nati Knockers' association is an auxil iary of Its business men's clubs. . Its particular business is to knock hard everything to hinder ie advancement of the city and to originate and pro mote enterprises and undertakings for the" city's welfare. The preslcfcnt-elect was not allowed to make a siieech. A skilfully made up "double" represented him In the entertainment features, occupying a conspicuous place at a raised table with "Uncle Sam" and "Miss Colum bia." Fifteen Knockers were dressed to represent fifteen foreign nations and a message to the president-elect came from each. Any one of his fifty-seven varieties of wives was offered Taft by the representatives of the suitan of Turkey. , Charles Nagel of sJt. Louis, who Is understood to be slated for secretary of commorce and labor,, had a confer ence with Mr. Taft today, but neither would talk of its purport. Taft will leave tomorrow evening for Philadelphia. The HOFFMAN Ererthtng First Class Famous Tony Faust Eeer on Draught JACK GIBSON, Proprietor. .Bargains in Wall Paper, new stock, new designs. MORDEN'S BIG SECOND HAND STORE. 401 East Washington St. AN OLYMPIAN RACE. Oswego, N. Y., Feb. 19. John J. Hayes, winner of the Olympia race at London, was beaten here tonight in a 10-mile relay race by W. N. Queal of Alexandria Bay. New York, and John L. Sullivan of Mariolius, New York. The winners' time was 55:02. NAVY DEPARTMENT FOR CHINA. Pekin, Feb. 19. An imperial edict issued today brings into existence a Impossible to be Well Ills impossible to l)e well, simply impossible, if the bowels are constipated. Waste products, poisonous substances, must be removed from the body at least once each day, or there will be trouble. Ask your doctor about Ayer's Pillsgently laxative, all vegetable. He knows why they net directly on the liver J.C.AnrCo.. H..H"H"H"M". Ml IIU IHWt t Ci M kilfSftlNR I WELL DRILLING. T f Phono Black S922. i 623 S.' 7th Ave., .Phoenix, Ariz. H-K-H-H-fr-H-H-H' 'I M"H"1"1"!' t1 11 i naval department for China. Prince Su is to be chief, and his associates are Duke Tsai Tso,' a cousin of the late emperor; Tieh Liang, superin tendent of customs, and Admiral Sah. Prince Ching is advisor to the de partment. o NEGRO SENTENCED. Roanoke, Va.. Feb. 19. Aurella Christian, a negro who yesterday criminally assaulted and then murder ed Miss Man' Dobbs, the 14-year-old daughter of a farmer, was today sen tenced to die in the electric chair in the state prison on March 22. o . When the west was in its heyday, Bret Harte came to chronicle its picturesqueness, its rugged manliness its pathos in his immortal prose. To day the west has changed from be ing the colored setting of mining- camps and rolling ranges; it Is a new west, which Progress has already made her own. How the change came, imperceptibly at first then re lentlessly .as. doom; how it affected tho men of the time, the cowboy, the desperado, the rancher; and how a winsome, headstrong girl was a so lace to one whose heart was in the range-land these are some of the things which are made plain in "The Long Shadow," a complete novel in the March number of The Popular Magazine, by B. M. Bower, the only living writer who Interprets the West of today as it is. . A Big Fight There Is a big fight on all over town. Every one is trying to obtain the big VERNIS MARTIN BED in Massie & Sons' window. It is a model of beautyf The prettiest thing in town. And it is going to be given away. Given away absolutely free! We are receiving mail orders, phone orders and many are coming in and purchasing goods, saying they ex pect to get the bed. It Is a bed that even the president would be proud of. Remember, it will be auctioned off April 3rd to the highest bidder. Bids to be paid in coupons. This one holding the most coupons gets the bed. Get your neighbors' coupons and save yours. It is worth all the effort. See our rugs in the Oriental Designs, Rockers, Tables, Springs, Mattresses and everything to furnish the house with. Massie & Sons 114-116 W. Washington St. Phone Main 257. 1 1 1 n 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 n i a t j; ORANGE-TREES ;! : : First shipment now : : in. Fresli Cut Flow- :; ers daily. Get your order in for Valen tine's Day, , ' :: Home & Armstrong j; Center St. Nursery. Xext Arizona School of Music. ' i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' THE PA LAC i I Saloon, Pool and Billiards. j Budwetser on draught. Old Crow, i Mayfleld and Guckenhelmer Rye Whiskies sold ever the aar. I I JOHN P. BODET. Proo. j CHIROPODIST. Painless removal oT Corns. SO cents each. Bunions, Moles and Warts, removed bj electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. Men. Ladles and Children treated day or evenings. Between First and Center St. on Adams. Phone Red 8073. FRANK SHIRLEY. -S- -g- . .1 .g. -f -5- ! -B- ! -t- f Plants and Flowers I PHOENIX FLOWER STORE. J 114 E. Adams St. 'HI I I 1 I 1 HI I I 11 Mil I 1 lill The Old Reliable Established in 1897. Twelve years" experience has taught us the needs of the pub--lic in moving Pianos, Furniture, etc. This long experience is at the public's disposal at most reasonable prices. Two phones. Lightning Delivery Phone Main 16. 16 S. Center. GOLD Miners tfnd Ranchers, Notice! We do iron and brass castings of all kinds. . Come in and talk to us. PHOENIX FOUNDRY CO. 451 S. 7th Are.