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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1909.
8 AN AUBURN CONVICT - TELLS STRANGE STORY ARGENTINE MAY DAY STIRRING FESTIVITY L EAT HE GOO D On in Which ths New York Life ll Interested. 6t-Louis, May 1 Another develop ment in the sttangest insurance case in legal history was revealed today when attorneys for the New York Life Insurance company filed in the federal circuit the deposition of a conviction in the Auburn (N. Y.) prison. The convict. Andrew J. White, declared he was George A. Kimmel. cashier of the Farmers' State Bank or Arkansas City, Kan., who disappeared more than ten years ago. The witness tells .a story of having been drugged and' Imprisoned in a St. Louis rooming house for three weeks. His identity as Kimmel is denied by Klmmel's relatives, who are suing for insurance on, his life. . Kimmel has been declared dead by the St. Louis court, but the United States circuit court of appeals has declared the evi dence Insufficient, and the judgment against the insurance company was reversed. A $30,000 FIRE AT GLOBE. Globe, May 1. Fire this morning damaged the stock and building of the Old Dominion Commercial company, one of the oldest mercantile houses here. The department fought the fire for nearly an hour. . The loss is $30,000, fully Insured. They had almost burn ed Into dynamite and oil which would have destroyed the whole business section. THE SUGAR TRUST A CRIMINAL. New York, May 1. Criminal prosecution by the federal govern ment will be begun as a result of disclosures In the recent suit of the government against the American Sugar Refining Co. This announce ment was made by Henry Stinson acting as special attorney for the government. Bloody Conflicts and Police. Between Anarchists Beunos Ayres, May 1. A May day celebration organized by various work men's unions resulted in serious dem onstrations. Rioters and police fought a battle in which about 100 men were killed or wounded. A group of anar chists fired upon the police, wounding five. The police charged the assail ants with drawn sabres and revolvers. They fired into the mob and struck right and left. Five rioters were killed and twelve seriously wounded, and more than a score escaped with lesser injuries. Later a big crowd gathered before the hospital to which the wounded had been taken, and advanced upon it in a threatening manner, demanding that the wounded be handed over to their friends, but the police charged them and again drove them into side streets. Several of the wounded died. Seventy arrests have been made. ; ,;, hh ,H ill! 1 M t"I I I I H-f J PERSONAL MENTION HI l l llll I "1 H-H-H i M 111111 Guests at the Hotel Adams are: D. M. Lee, San Francisco; Ben Pringle, Los Angeles; Alfred J. Cohn, Denver; E. R Parker, Chicago; H. T. Geary, Melloud, CaL; A. R. Edwards, C. R. Howard, Los Angeles; C. L. Water bury, New York; W. H. Avery, Los Angeles; R. M. Roberts, St Louis; H.-Welsh, Cincinnati; G. H. Haight, Denver: Philip Jung, WTF. Schultz, New York: F. F. Nltchy, St. Louis; J. T. Dougue, Chicago; A. J. Doran, Prescott; J. W. Sharpe, wife and daughter, Jerome; F. M. Brag, Los Angeles; Robert Beattie, Philadel phia; L. C. Parker, Montana; B. F. Wright,. Gila Bend; Walter Harvey Weed, New York City; M. Palmer, Morristown. At the Ford: C. A. Clark, Los An- Paily Fashion iTalks P' BY, MAY NIANTON THE FAVORITE PONGEE. kONGEE Is such a cnerally escful mat rial that it if no wonder it it a gen eral iavorite. I hit season it ts to be found to silk and cotton combina tion! that are washable as well as in aQ silk and it makes a most desir able material tor sin pie warm weather gowns. This one is trimmed with em broidery worked onto the band at the front, the collar and the sleeves and with frills of lace, but in place of this hand work any banding could be utilized on the front and any pretty trim ming for the sleeves and the collar, although the labor In volved in this treatment 1 a alight and the effect an excel lent one. The blouse is slightly more dressy than theregu'a tion shirtwaist yet h a s the merit of closing invisibly at the front and the skirt is made in three straight sections which are joined one Jo the other beneath the tucks. It can be t u c k e d or gathered at the upper edge and it suits washable ma terials peculiarly welL Linens promise to hare even more ex tended vogue than was the case last year and are wonder fully beautiful, there are a whole host of lovely silk and cotton mixtures and even the simple. Inex pensive printed waah fabrics are very attractive ns season, so that such models as this one can bet utilized in most number leas ways, te coming adapted to morning or afternoon wear a a they arc made from one material or from another. Fot the medium s i te will be required, for the blouse vmrA. f material 24, 2 yards 32 or 2 yards 44 inches wide with 3 yards of edgings foe the skirt 1)4 yards 24, 1 yards 32 or 5 yards 44 inches wide. A May Manton pattern of the blouse. No. 6285, sires 32 to 42 inches bust, or of the skirt, No. 6945,. sixes 22 to 30 inches waist, will be maflrd to any address by the Fashion) Department of. tbis paper on receipt of ten cents for each. (II in haste send an additional t9 .cent stamp tor letter postage which insures more prompt delivery.) : . They Fight for You in Your Blood Science is assured that the white corpuscles in Jhe blood, popularly called "Little Soldiers," defend you against infectious and contagious diseases. And that they do so only when they themselves are healthy and strong. And that to make and keep them healthy and strong is to purify and enrich the blood. The white corpuscles in your blood destroy the micro-organisms that attack the red corpuscles and the bodily tissues. In this way they tWund yon. ' But they are not in condition tq defend you, to light for you, if you are troubled with eruptions, scrofu la, eczema, catarrh, rheumatism, that tired feeling, loss of appetite, nervousness or general debility, all of which are indications that your blood is impure and impover ished and your system run-down. It is good to kill two birds with one stone, whenever you can. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla and it will cure any indication of impure and impoverished blood from which you suffer and at the same time rnalte the little soldiers in your blood healthy and strong. Hood's iSi'rsaparilla is the great est preventive as well. as curative medicine. Iu record shows this. " I have sold the different Sarsa parillas for the pa6t fifteen years, and consider Hood's not only the best sarsaparilla, but the best seller on the market. I use it in my family with the best results. Let a man use Hood's Sarsaparilla aa on internal cleanser and Hood's Soap externally and he will be a clean man." C. F. Webb, North umberland, N. II. WHoods Sarsaparilla effects lt3 wonderful cures not dimply because It contains sarsaparilla, but because It combines the utmost remedial values of more than 20 different ingredients, each greatly strengthened and enriched by this peculiar combination. These ingre dients are the very remedies that successful physicians prescribe for the same diseases and ailments. Thrre 13 no real substitute for Hood's Sarsaparilla. If urged to buy any preparation said to be "just as good," you may be sure it is inferior, coats less to make, and yields the dealer' a larger profit. Begin taking Hood's Sarsaparilla today, in the usual liquid form or in the chocolate tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 Doses One Dollar. geles; Ed. F. Williams, Bisbee; A. J. Cunningham, Los Angeles; H. Mc Krime, Glendale; L. L. White, Wick enburg; Frank S. Carson, Sugar fac tory, At the Comm6rcial: M. Abrahams, Chas. Johnson, New York; O. O. Morrison, Flagstaff; Jim Carroll, New Haven, Conn.; C. S. Gunther, El Paso; W. A. Blanchard, Topeka, Kas., L. H. Wood, St. Joe; Chas. Flynn, Bisbee; C. Bertelson, Cashion's ranch. I carry the largest line of Leather Goods in Phoenix. I believe in carry ing only goods of quality and at the lowest prices. My line of vehicles can not be excelled in Arizona. I have just received a large ship ment of Navajo Blankets Ceilings Vehicle & Harness u First Door East of Hotel Adams. ROSE BAY The New Remedy for Lung Trouble and I Consumption. The one treatment that gives favor able results. Under favorable climatic or home conditions the effect Is in creased many fold. The benefit of a Ten Days' Treatment is sufficient In centive to continue until cured. Write for book of results r lend 12.00 for 18 oz. bottle prepaid. Two-fold action builds up and destroys germs of disease. Pleasant to take, soothing and healing. One treatment "Will convince. Book free. ROSE BAY MEDICAL CO., 830 N. Y. Life Bleig., Kansas City, Mo. THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. The original BUDWEISER BEER en draught FRANK CONNELLEY, Pray. THE FAIR- free FREE Elegant Hat Pin Free with ev ery Hat sold during discount sale. SHIRTWAISTS. The newest Spring Shirtwaists have to go at half price to : make room for a new "ne S1.50 to S2.00 Hill IIIIHHHI H't :: Orange Trees : 4 At Bur-rough's Flower Storo, f - 114 E. Adams St. "imilimuilllllllllll :: REMOVAL SA: :; "We are going to s) :: 1 our entire stock I Wines, Liquors I Ligars at zo per I discount. Fixtures al :: for sale. California Wine & Liquor " 19 South Center Street H HfHilt HI r M"U 11 H I a cei Moore & McLelli Undertakers and Embalmerd Lady Assistant. 19 West Adams Street. Telephone Main 122. Pi sumo 2) iFiiinis CAN ONLY BE OBTAINED AT E Ti? TPft TTT J7 TTTT IT 9 (2 j 1L? HJ iCU W ii J JL? I FILL OUT THIS BLANK. e 190 ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, Phoenix. Arizona. 1 "Please order fot me, 10 cents herewith to cover your charges: Pattern No. Name .Size. Address NOTEt These Patterns are ordered for you from Chicago and require about 10 days to get them to you. s We are the Only Direct Factory Representatives of Arizona. Most other dealers are buying from or through California houses, and are paying to the California houses $5 a month on each sale made. In buying from the "other fellow" on e has to pay the profits of the California head firm and those of the Phoenix agents. Rents of stores are enormous in San Francisco and Los Angeles, some piano houses paying $1500 to . $2000 a month for rent alone. Now, the piano. purchaser has to pay $100 more than the piano is worth to cover that rent. We own our own premises and pay no rent. We do all our business and pay no agents' commissions, hence we can and do sell cheaper than any other dealer. Here are a Few More Balloon Puzzles for the Public to Solve. The Ludwig Piano has been sold right along for $450, $500 and up to $600 in Phoenix. We will sell you the Ludwig with the combination of a player inside, which costs double the price of a Ludwig, for less than you have been paying for the same Ludwig Piano without the player. Can you solve the problem as to who sells cheaper? Before we gave up the agency for the Bnabe, Smith & Barnes and Mason & Hamlin Pianos, we sold them for $100 less than purchasers "have had to pay for the same since. - We are direct factory representatives of the CREAM DE LA CREAM of Pianos the Vose & Son, Kroeger, Behr Bros., Newman, Baldwin, Weber, Chase, Steck, Ellington, Baurmeister, Van Kirk, Ivers & Pond, Waldorf, etc. also the Stein way, Weber, Steck, Autopianos and Ludwig Pianos with players inside. . . Wehavesold in Arizona and Sonora, Mexico, over 24 OO Pianos and we sell more Pianos than all other Arizona dealers put together, In our 27 years' experience in Phoenix, about twenty dealers, some of them representing themselves as worth a mil lion dollars, have tried to locate permanently in Phoenix; none have remained or lived over a year and a half. What do these things denote? One of two things: that their Pianos did not stand the climate and were not good, or else that they could not sell as cheap as we, or both. : If the above statements, which we can prove by facts and figures, are found to be incorrect we could be sued for libel. We invite such a suit in fact, WE CHALLENGE IT. t ;n,;fk i, .'ft . .. MORA L SEE REDEWILL BEFORE YOU BUY 1