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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1909.
fjFltJlLIE RflATTH MX7 230 East Washington St., Phone Main 3 SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK HERE'S WHAT A DOLLAR WILL DO AT OUR STORE 16 lbs. Caue Sugar for ..$1.00 17 lbs. best Beet Sugar ..$1.00 23 boxes Searchlight Matches . . ... .$1.00 G Mb. pkgs. Lyon's Coffee. ; $1.00 5 large bottles Grape Juice .$1.00 15 small bottles Grape Juice $1.00 5 lbs. large new English Walnuts ..$1.00 G lbs. Almonds, Nuts, Paper Shell $1.00 10 cans Quail Brand Corn $1.00 5 large fancy jars Mustard, with spoons. .$1.00 13 cans Almo Lye $1.00 3 lbs. best Creamery Butter $1.00 2 gals, best Vinegar $1.00 6 lbs. Chocolate Creams "Candy" $1.00 23 Lillian Iiussell Cigars (10c) $1.00 24 pkgs. Pearline $1.00 3 lbs. 75c Tea. $1.00 4 lbs. good Baking Powder $1.00 5 gals, best Coal Oil (bring can) $1.00 10 doz. Oranges, Arizona "Sweet $1.00 10 doz. Lemons, selected $1.00 25 tins Deviled Meats $1.00 20 lbs. Boiled Oats $1.00 12 pkgs. Corn Flakes . : $1.00 5 large cans choice Syrup....' $1.00 5 large cans Assorted Jam $1.00 125 Spring Clothes Pins ....$1.00 G lbs. Graham Wafers $1.00 G lbs. Ilinze's Special Mince Meat $1.00 12 large Salt Mackerel (15c size)'. $1.00 25 pkgs. Assorted Spices $1.00 6 10-lb. bags Table Salt $1.00 28 pkgs. 5c Tobacco $1.00 25 lbs. Empress Flour (Kansas). $1.00 40 lbs. California Burbank Potatoes. .. .$1.00 25 lbs. Pink Beans $1.00 30 lbs. Sal Soda $1.00 30 bars Battle Ax Soap j.$1.00 25 bars White Star Soap $1.00 3 heavy Brooms, new stock : $1.00 I gal. Hadsell's Honey. : $1.00 10 bottles Pickles, assorted $1.00 II cans Tomatoes, Quail brand $1.00 12 cans Boston Baked Beans '...$1.00 10 cans Best Brand Chili Cpncarne $1.00 10 pkgs. Seeded Raisins, fresh $1.00 4 Mb. sealed cans Golden Cup Coffee. . . .$1.00 G pkgs. Mermaid Washing Powder $1.00 AIRDOME MR. AND MRS. DLESSINGr BIG COMEDY ACT ALL WEEK. ftnrrillilnnli fift GLOBE GIRL MARRIED LOS ANGELES Mi son and E. E. Perrine, convicted of land frauds in the federal district court last November, was resumed to day, and Assistant United States Dis trict Attorney A. P. Black was called to the stand. Black declared that, so far as he knew, Snell was not of fered immunity. Robert Perrine, brother of E. E. Perrine, was put on the stand to ex plain his reasons for. bringing' the present complaints against Snell. He said he had heard the defendant tes tify and. had no confidence in his word. The case went over until March 2. o STARTLING PROPHECY. ..Mil II I lllll Hina u r 1 a ALittleHome of the first instruments that are is sued from the factory. The Kedewili Music Co. has sold quite a number of the expensive Weber Pianola Pianos and no doubt the new Stein-way combination will find ready homes. o A STOLEN NECKLACE. - A -for- Professor Lowell Predicts the Termi nation of Life on Earth. She Was at One Time a Resident of Phoenix. Los Angeles, Feb. 25. (Special). Murray Hendricks is the name of the discarded suitor of Miss Guadalupe -.Middleton, who has become Mrs. H. G. Willlngham in Los Angeles. The girl was known in Globe, Arizona, as "Lupie" Middleton. Hendricks is an assayer now working for the Miami Copper company at Miami, about sev en iniies west of Globe. When the girl lived in Globe, a bookkeeper for the Arizona Steam laundry', Hendricks worked at Copper Hill and was her constant companion, save when he worked on the night shift, two weeks alternately, and other admirers had a free way. Miss Middleton in April of last year moved with her brother to the Hooker ranch on Thompson's range, where she met Willingham, her husband, who was then a cow punch er. Guadalupe Middleton, who is not related to the well-known family of that name in Globe, came from Texas a number of years ago and for a time worked in a store in Phoenix. She is an emotional girl. Boston, Feb. 25. "A collision of an unknown durk planet with the sun l win terminate me on eartn, said Professor Percival Lowell, director of the Lowell observatory at Flagstaff, Arizona, in "a lecture tonight at the Massachusetts Institute of Technol ogy. "The event will be prophesied four teen years before the catastrophe oc- j curs and chaotic confusion will reign ! in the world during the days preced ing the calamity. THE SNELL CASE. Hearing Continued on the Charge of Perjury. San Francisco, Feb. 25. The police court hearing of perjury charges against Charles P. Snell, arising out of evidence given by the present de fendant in the trial of John A. Ben- AOIOS GAMBLING. Little Money i 4 ACRES, i2 mile from Indian School car line, with 4-room house. Good well and pump. A stable for horse. A BARGAIN FOR $2000. San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 25. Al though every effort has leen made by detectives employed in the case, no clew has been obtained to the man ner in which the I50.U00 pearl neck lace belonging to Miss Jennie Crocker disappeared from her throat at .the Mardi Gras ball on Tuesday nigh(. An aotivo Investigation is being conducted. ON CALIFORNIA RANCH A Jealous Husband Sets Out on a Ca reer of Destruction. THE PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW has not only brought the foods and drugs of this country up to a higher standard of purity, but it has elimi nated the harmful medicines with which this country was flooded. Such medicines, however, as Lydia B. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound, purely a roots and herbs product, will continue its beneficial work among women. THE Y. M. C. A. SITE. The Government Forwards a Check in Payment. The End of It Approaches in Ne- i vada. Carson, New, Feb. 25. A motion to reconsider the anti-gambling bill in the assembly was lost fills afternoon by a vote of 28 to 19. The bill will now go to the senate and probably pass there by a margin of two votes. . o MATERIAL FOR COMMISSIONER. Globe, Ariz., Feb. 25. (Special.) It is understood here that on the rec ommendation of local business men. President Hunt of the territorial coun cil wiir be asked to use his influence with Governor Kibbey for the ap pointment of J. H. Hamily to the posi tion of railroad commissioner under the new law. (jreene & Qriffin Real Estate and Investment Co. Washington, D. C, Feb. 25. The secretary of the treasury today sent a check to the United States deposi tory for Arizona in payment of the Y. M. C. A. site for a public building to be erected in Phoenix. Napa, Cal.. Feb. 25. The ranch of Capt. J. J. Brice, near Oakdale, about ten miles north of this city, was the scene of a tragedy this morning. Stanley Lawless, foreman on the ranch, prompted by jealousy, struck an Italian named Joe Tamathla a ter rible blow on the head with an axe, fracturing his skull and beating him so severely that he died before his statement of the occurrence could be obtained. After leaving Tamathla for dead on the ground. Lawless went into his house and cut his wife's throat with a case knife, severing the wind pipe. The root of her tongue is so badly cut that the physicians in attendance refuse to allow her to talk and it is feared that she may die. The wounded woman fled from the house, which her husband set on fire totally destroying it. He then went to a small cabin, which he also set on fire, crawling into the attic of the burning structure. Lawless cut his own throat with the same knife he had used on his wife. The fire in the cabin was extinguished and the wounded man was taken from the attic by Constable Patten. He is very badly wounded. If he should recover he will never be able to talk. All the parties concerned in the case I are young. The woman has worked on the Brice ranch for two years. Lawless came to the place from San Fiancisco in July last and married the woman several months later. o THE CALHOUN JURY. The Net Result Yesterday Was the Loss of One Man. the twelfth Juror, the attorneys intro duced evidence and argument in sup port of challenges which eventually vacated two seats in the box. REAR ADMIRAL SPERRY. He Is Getting Ready for Whatever May Happen. Fort Monroe. Feb. 25. Rear Ad miral Charles S. Sperry left tonight for Washington, and the ship's carpen ter on the Connecticut began to box up the admiral's belongings. The im pression grows that Admiral Sperry soon will haul down his flag. It is common gossip in the fleet that President Roosevelt intends to name the next commander-in-chief before he retires next Thursday. KELLY UP TO KETCH ELL. San Francisco. Feb. The pros- o, fen. .'a. tiugo Keiiy pect of completing a jury to try Pat- j defeated Joe Thomas of San Fran rick Calhoun, president of the United ' ciaco in a five-round bout before the Railroads, upon an indictment charg- I Fairmont Athletic club tonight. The ing him with bribery, was indefinitely ! Pbce stopped the fight w hen Thomas postponed todav, when after accepting j was helpless. The w inner is expected Thomas Lockwood. a saw maker, as I meet Stanley Ketchell, middh.- i weight champion. LAHflTIV E COUGH SYRUP CONFORMS TO NATIONAL PURE FOOD AND DRUGS LAW. I fa An improvement over many cougn. Lung ana tsroncniat Kemeaics, oecausc h nas ine " . . - I system of a cold by acting as a cathartic on the bowels. No opiates. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. Prepared by PINEULE MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO. U. 5. A. LARSON DRUG COMPANY. 127 N. Center MURDER NEAR YUMA. Yuma, Ariz., Feb. 23. (Special). Domingo Quirez, a well-known Mexi can of good repute, was murdered by Victor Rios in a quarrel over a horse race today. The feeling Is high amorg the Mexicans and a lynching Is threat ened. A preliminary hearing will take place at Potholes Friday. Ever stop to think that you have to wash dishes 3 times a day, 1095 times a year? If you could save one-half the time devoted daily to dish-washing, we figure it would amount to about 15 days in a whole year. Rather start ling, isn't it? Sift a teaspoonful of GOLD DUST in a dish pan full of hot water, and it will wash your dishes in just half the time taken by the ordinary soap method. Better still, it will give you cleaner, sweeter dishes dishes that are not only clean on the sur face, but that are sterilized and. sanitarily safe. i ne reason is tnat DUST is a positive antisep tic vegetable oil soap in powdered form; it goes aeep into hidden places and routs every germ. It in stantly dissolves in hot or cold, hard or soft water, and does all the hard part of the task without your assistance ASW TWt 11911 tnv nUflUS "LA the GOLD DUST TWh do jour work" , Made by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake. LATEST INSTHT The King of Pianos Finally Accepts ' the Mechanical Player. Phoenix Trust Co., Agents Those who believe themselves to be ' musical, and who have judged crrone- 1 ously against the musical qualities of ; all piano players, have at last found their over ruling. Steinway & Son, j for years the manufacturers of the king of all piano have announced their alliance with The Aeolian com- ! pany, makers of the world famed Pianola, and just as soon as time , for construction will permit the piano will be on the market for aristocratic and "discriminating music lovers. j Many people term any piano play- : er a "Pianola," and it is safe to say .1 that not a quarter of those who men tion them ever heard the real pianola, ' nor are they acquainted with the real musical possibilities of this instru ment. Many have Judged inferior im- 1 i bit ions of the original "Pianola" as being offensive and neither musical nor artistic in their rendition of the, classics. But when the greatest liv-1 ing artists and composers are them selves deceived by believing the Pia- j nola performance in an adjoining : room to be human piano playing, j there must certainly be something to the asserted capabilities of the Pia nola. The Pianola's first triumph in get ting into the American piano Indus-j try, by associating itself with the best I pianos, was when it was first intro duced into the Steck piano. Later the Pianola affiliated with the Weber j Piano Co., and the Weber Pianola j Piano is today the finest combined : instrument on the market. Other! well known makes of pianos associat ed themselves with followers of the j Pianola industry', but the climax is i fittingly brought forth by the an- I nouncement of the Steinway's affilia- j tion. The dignified and pedestaled Steinway, purchased time and time again for the name alone, has deemed 1 it wise to associate itself with the wonderful playing qualities of the Pianola. i As the Redewill Music Co. has the, control or Arizona for tne sale or tne Pianola, the Steinway Pianola Piano' will be handled by it exclusively.' This up-to-date concern announced! that it has placed an order for some I llftil Phoenix Trust Co., Agents - The Southwestern Sugar and Land Company have decided to begin the sale of their excess lands. These lands are all located in the famous GLENDALE LOESS and are largely. PLANTED TO SUGAR BEETS. The Sugar Company's business is to make sugar, rather than to en gage in farming, so they will let the CROPS GO WITH THE LAND and have made most FAVORABLE TERMS, only one-fifth cash, balance in four annual payments at seven per cent, and beets will be accepted as cash on deferred payments. For sale in tracts to suit, from 40 acres up at $125, $150 and $175 per acre, according to location and crop. Call and inspect complete list ond map showing locations. Phoenix Trust Company, Agents 16 West Adams Street.