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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1909.
Correct Attire Men -4 PS-. sky" 1 ft: w. .... For V? . 1 : ta We know "what's what" and furnish it to you at the "proper time". In our Clothing Department you will find everything new, bright and desirable from the best makers of Clothing in America. In our Hat Department you will find all staple shapes, as well as all the novelties which are shown in the big cities this season. " In our Shoe Department we are showing the new models in Kangaroo, Vici, Gunmetal, Patent Leather and Russia Calf. " Our Furnishing Department will compare favorably with anything shown West of Chicago. If you doubt this statement, come in and be convinced. i 1 vw"- j, 1-7 I w 1 Copyright, ' 1909, by ' L. ADL'ER, BROS. & CO. The gall Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Men's Furnishings. Cassou Co 30-32 West Washington St. CITED TO APPEAR J. C. Adams Will Then Be Given an Opportunity to Answer the Charges Made Against Him. A notice was received by J. C. Adams late last night from Governor Kibi.ey citing him to :ijipear before the governor Saturday morning at 10 o'clock and answer the charges made against him by the governor. A copy of the charges was enclosed in the letter. ; Several weeks ago Governor Kib bey requested the resignation from the territorial fair commission of J. C. Adams and B. A. Packard. Mr. Adams did not resign as requested. He then received a second notice, giving him till last Saturday in which to send in his resignation and stat ing that if he did not do' so within the time state, charges would be pre ferred against him. He replied, say ing he would not resign, and re quested the governor to proceed to formulate the charges. llr. Adams did not say what the nature of the charges contained in the governor's letter were. o RIGHTS OF FOREIGNERS Chicago, Feb. 22. Governor John Franklin Fort, of New Jersey in His address at the Washington day ex ercises of the Union League club today, said: "There is no right in. any state to control any international mat ter, or to set up its own laws to subvert the rights granted to any foreigner by a treaty durly rati fied in the manner pointed out by our constitution." There Is no more salutary provision in the federal constitution than this. If by treaty we grant to foreigners the right to sojourn with us, and while so doing, to acquire property, to transmit it by descent, to send their children to the public schools and to possess and have all the rights and privileges that our own citizens possess, there is no power in the state to prevent or say nay. "The United States has power to enforce such a treaty everywhere within its domain, whether within or without the states." DR. DIXON DISCUSSES HEAVEN ON EARTH If you had positive proof that a certain remedy for female ills had made many remarkable cures, would you not feel like trying it? If during the last thirty years we have not succeeded in convincing every fair-minded woman that Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound has cured thousands and thou sands of women of the ills peculiar to their sex, then we long for an opportunity to do so by direct correspondence Meanwhile read the following letters which we guarantee to be genuine and truthful. Paterson, X. J. "But for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I would not bo alive to-day for I was a miserable sufferer for four or five years. The doctors said it was Change of Life and I suffered untold apron ies. "I h:id read that Lydia II Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was good for female troubles so started to take it. 1 found great relief at once, and to-day I am a well woman. I thank Lydia 10. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for it, and gladly recommend it to any woman suffering from Change of Life or female troubles." Mrs. Win. Somerville, ll5 Hamburgh Ave., Paterson, X. J. Melbourne, la. "I am thankful for the great good Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done me. I suffered many years from chronic inflammation and bearing down pains and was unable to do my work. "Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound restored me to health after all other means had failed, and to-day I am a living advertisement for it." Mrs. Clara Waterniann, It. 1). No. 1, Melbourne, Iowa. There is absolutely no doubt about the ability of this grand old remedy, made from the roots and herbs of our fields, to cure female diseases. We possess volumes of proof of this fact, enough to convince the most skeptical. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy for female ills. Xo Ick woman does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. u mi . Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women Erf? to write her for advice. She has guided thousands to health free of charge. Address Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass. j (Continued from page 4) ! memory, reason, imagination and con j science. I know that such a hell ex ists, for- I have been there. I have seen men and women on this earth ' "burning continually, yet unconsumed; forever wasting, yet enduring still; dy ing perpetually, yet never dead." It is but another way of expressing what the Bible means by the "bottom less pit" forever falling without striking bottom: forever sinking In the moral scale, forever growing worse, and yet not becoming so bad that you cannot grow worse still everlasting degeneration! The soul, with infinite capacity for good or evil, chooses the evil and develops downward through eternity. If a man chooses sin rather than righteousness, infinite love, wis dom and power cannot keep hell out of him or him out of hell. Ought there to be a heaven? It is not difficult to convince men that there is a heaven, though there is more proof that there is a hell. Sin Is more in evidence than righteousness. Read the daily rapers, and most of the big headlines are proof that there is a hell on earth. And yet some people, for getting that heaven is a prepared place for a prepared people, would compel God to do the impossible make them happy in a place for which they are not prepared. They refuse life, and then demand that they shall enjoy life. They refuse to let heaven come Into them, and demand that God shall take them Into heaven. Their demand real ly is that God shall make no differ ence between light and darkness, dis ease and health, death ard life, anar chy and law, the cemetery and the home, the garbage heap and the gar den. The good ought to be separated from the bad. Every home Is built on that idea. It is a sacred place of purity and peace, separated from the vice and turmoil of the outside world. To open the home to the Inflow of evil is to destroy it. Jesus calls heaven "My Father's house." Now, will our Father destroy this home by opening it to the evil of the universe? Faithfulness ought to be rewarded. It is not right to reward gifts, but the Improvement of gifts: not capacity, but the use and development of capacity. The para ble of the talents teaches that there is .no reward for having talents, but only for increasing them. Salvation Is altogether of grace, while reward is altogether of works. God gives us life through Christ, but we must gain the crown of life hrough faithfulness. There ought to be degrees of reward. There are no degrees of salvation. Every man is saved completely or not at all. Life makes the difference be tween a corpse and a man, though in men there are degrees of life. Every cup will be full, but not of the same size. The biblical doctrine of heaven and hell has great ethical value. The fact that sin brings punishment is a deter rent to coarse and selfish natures. Jesus uses the doctrine of hell as a motive to repentance. This motive is, to a large extent, absent from our pul pits. If there were more preaching of hell in the pupit, there would be less of hell in the community. The hope of heaven makes men better. Paul said: "I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory that shall be revealed In us." There is a heaven in the hope of heaven. It is a stupendous fact that God leaves us to choose between heaven and hell. "I set before you this day the, way of life and the way of death." In choosing sin we choose hell. In choosing righteousness we choose heaven. Sin needs no helper in mak ing a hell; for "sin, when it is finished, bringeth forth death." Jesus Christ is the Savior from sin to righteosness, and when we accept Him, there comes Into us a life that gravitates upward until we reach His plane of character. With the hell of the Bible before us. the death of Christ on the cross has new meaning, lor it shows from what we are saved; and with the heaven of the Bible before us, it has new mean ing still, for It shows to what we are saved. The meaning of Calvary is measured by the distance between the bottomless pit and the topless height. Personal experience with a tube of ManZan Pile Remedy will convince you It Is immediate relief for all forms of piles. Comes put up in a tube with nozzle attached ready to use, and gives immediate relief. Can be ap plied directly to the affected parts, reducing inflammation, swelling and Itching. Guaranteed. Price SUc. LAR.SO.VS DRUG CO. TRIAL OF US. CASEY THE SUSPECTED BANDIT !trict of the United States, Canada and Mexico, and receives its news by both mail and telegraph. Every represent- ative of the paper is under instruction i to use the wires with the utmost free ! dom f jr the transmission of late news. and nothing is spared to keep the jour nal on an up-to-the-minute basis. Some Surprisr.g Developments Ex- pected at Ash Frk Today. Special display of MORRIS CHAIRS and MISSION CLOCKS for the Holi day trade. B1DE-A-WEE MISSION FURNI TURE SHOP. HAVE YOU BEEN IN? The management of the Postoffice News Store is convinced that the way to make room in its store for new stock is to pick out that article that takes up too much room, put a reduced price on it and then let the ladies of Phoenix know about it through the newspapers. The Mexican Drawn Work adver tised at lower than ordinary prices in another column Is being bought by those who know a. good article at a cheap price. If you have not seen it this Is a personal invitation to come in and see it while the assortment is largely intact. Ash Fork, Ariz., Feb. 23. (Special.) ! ("has. Casey, suspected of complic ity in the l"ivT and Hi Grande ! train robb.-ry will be given a hearing i in the justice court at Ash Fork i tomorrow. Fob. 24th at 10 a.m. No effort has been spared by the j officers on the case and surprising u'veinpmenis are men expecien. Chas. Casey was registered at the Wilson house in lYescott between Feb. 9th and ljth. He came to Pre.scott on the evening train on Feb. Sth and remained there until Feb. IGth. During his stay there he was pedling fountain pens. WEATHER TODAY Washington, D. C, Feb. 23. Weath er forecast for Arizona: Fair, warm er Wednesday and Thursday. The Copper Curb and Mining Out look, a New York weekly paper of thirty-two pages, devoted wholly to news of the mining industry, has en gaged J. T. Jenkins as head of its corps of editorial experts, and his con tributions will hereafter appear regu larly in that publication. Mr. Jenkins is known from one end of the country to the other as a forceful and authori tative writer upon mines and mining in their every phase, and his associ ation with any periodical in this cate gory tends to add interest and dignity to its pages. The Copper Curb and Mining Outlook now has resident staff correspondents in every mining dis- The Theatrical Tailor Must Know History At the head of this and all other similar plants there Is a man of education, experience and genuine nrti.-tic ability whose business it Is to know what is needed and how to get it. If "The' Prince of India," "Ben Hur" or "The Darling of the Gods" is to be produced, he must map out the lines on which the cos tuming is to be done, and those lines must be absolutely accurate. There is a wide difference between the French costumes of Napoleon's time and those worn by Jeanne d'Arc and her friends. The chief designer must know it and act on his knowl edge. At the time Custer fought his last fight the United States Army cavalry and infantry was outfitted in a peculiar manner that has long since passed away. If the play deals with American army life of that pe riod, the costumes must show it, for it would never do to have the critics "roast" the piece because the pro ducers were Ignorant of the thing produced. The man at the head of the costuming department must eith er be conversant with all countries and all periods of history or he must know how to become so with decided alacrity. Hence the costumers's library- Glenmore Davis in "Success Magazine." iftilofn n I HAMILTON BROS IT PiflTin Tunorc i Pianos for Sale & Rent. J ! 245 E. Wash. St. I i Phone Eed 2031. A! I'M ! I ! H-W-H-K H' I H'fr I -"-H-M-H "M-M-H S I M-H-S-S- THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP. " CIGARS, TOBACCO AND i SMOKERS' ARTICLES. I . . Corner Broadway and Center. H-t .H II' I I H"l-M-H-H-H-H"H- THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. 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