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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1909.
BEGINNING 7 J m 1 l"' : "V-Jf '1 vim !H!2fPvW ' mm fM I 7 Yard "THE WASH FABRIC THAT IS WASHABLE" These materials make the prettiest, most serviceable, most economical wash dresses and waists for women and children. Substantial enough for general out-of-door-wear, they make excellent home costumes for morning or afternoon and are especially useful for children's school dresses. Ask to see the new Foulard Silk Suiting Styles and the new Pongee Silk Suiting Styles, also the almost endless variety of staple designs in checks, plaids, stripes, dots, coin spots and other attractive patterns. It is the biggest display of low priced Wash Fabrics ever made in Phoenix. The styles are en tirely new. Details on paper are impossible. You must come and see them in person. Think of it- -nearly 600 different patterns in a bewildering variety of color effects. And, mind you, the colors in these Suitings are guaranteed to be fast neither boiling water or the sun will affect them. There are no other Wash Fabrics of equally desirable styles and fast colors to be had anywhere near this price TsC . mm, m Yard A PJUUUM AGREEMENT ; c-ifio. while declared by their owners to be eornctitive, vere win king in j harmony, dividing- the territory, and making rales according to an agreement. HOW THE PROCEEDS WERE TO BE "CUT." Testimony Brought Out Yesterday at the Harriman Hearing. MAN LOSES HIS HEAD. Weak, anyway, and worried to death because he is not able to carry his work to success, a man will lose his head unless he restores himself with a tonic. Sexine Pills are the tonic that will restore any man or woman who is in a run-down condition. $1 a box, six boxes $j. Full guarantee. Address or call Elvey & Hulett, where they sell all the principal remedies and do not substitute. THE CZAR'S CONFIDENCE IN HIS CABINET of t San Francbco, May 10. The taking :estimony in this city in the inves tigation by the federal government of the was merger of western railroads ef fected by E. H. Harriman, was be gun today before Special Examiner S. Wiliams. The first witness called F. F. Conner, former general freight agent of the Pacific Coast Steamship company. The entire forenoon session was consumed in the hearing of his testi mony. It was brought out that Con ner formerly was connected with the Panama liairoad ami Steamship com pany and Attorney C. A. Severance of St. I'aul, who is conducting the case fur the governmt-nt questioned him re garding the traffic agreements be tween the Panama company and the transportation companies on this c last. One of the frist results of this line inouirv was the production of an agreement made in lflns guaranteeing 47 per cent of the rate to the company and the balance to the Panama people on all freight from New York to this city. Six witnesses were examined today the hearing which was begun In York and has come gradually westward. IJesides the Harriman lines, the defendants are the Santa Fe and the Great Northern, and banking firms and individuals holding the bonds of the corporations. Attorney Severance tried to establish contention that the Oregon Kail- and Navigation company, the of at New the road Southern Pacific and the Union Pa- WOULDNT EVEN LISTEN To a Message Recommending Prohibi tion for Arkansas. Little Rock, May 10. The senate to day it is believed dealt a death blow to prohibition legislation in the state when it refused to hear the .iecial message of the governor read in the house last Friday and calling for the passage of a submission measure. RESTORING ORDER IN ADANA. Adana, May 10. The situation here throughout tiie province is improving. The government is beginning td re store order and the people are return ing to their homes. The military com mander has sent troops to the country districts to maintain order and enable the farmers to harvest their crops. MAURETANIAS FAST RUN. Queenstown, May 10. The Maure tania arrived at Daunt's Rock at 10:4S o'clock this morning, having beaten its own record and all others eastward by 24 minutes. The Mauretanla is 4 days IS hours and 11 minutes from the Am brose lightship. She traveled 2945 knots at an average of 25.70 knots per hour. NEW MEXICAN FIRE. El'Paso. May 10. A fire in the town of Nare, N. M., threatened to destroy the whole place. Communication has been cut off. A high wind Is blowing. A Family Medicine Without Alcohol A Strong Tonic - Without Alcohol A BJood Purifier - Without Alcohol A Great Alterative - Without Alcohol A Family Medicine - Without Alcohol A,!,. sWts if fnmilu moilirinp 'likp Aver's Sar.SaDarilla. IS nnf vactlv heWer without alcohol than with it. iiwVir The Expected Russian Crisis Has Been Passed. St. 'etersburg. May 11. A solution of the cabinet crisis, whereby Premier Stolypin and his colleagues in the cab inet will retain their posts, was ar range at a conference between the pre mier and the emperor, which contin ued until 1 o'clock this morning. M. Stolypin returned to St. .Peters burg from Tsarskoe-Seio an hour later, bringing the text of an imperial re script expressing the emperor's con fidence in the ministers and explain ing the moves leading to the rejection of the naval staff bill. a fire which threatened to destroy thej structure, other buildings in the' down town district also caught fire. Explosion of powder and fireworks in the stores ad. led to the danger and a number of firemen narrowly escaped with their lives. Several were injured by falling timbers. It is ex- peeted that the damage will reach $2'i0.00(. FIRED FROM THE DUMA. Members Who Were Guilty of Treasonable Utterances. St. Petersburg, May 10. The duma tonight excluded Deputy Kolubiakian from the house in accordance with the decision of the special committee of March 31, 190X, which recommended the exclusion of M. Kolubiakian and M. Kosorotoff. Kolubiakian is a deputy from St. Petersburg whose surrender is de manded by the government because of the charge that he made a treasonable speech at Samara in 190C. The duma also excluded Kosorotoff. He is charged with making a treasonable post election .speech at I'fa. TURPENTINE TRUST. Found Guilty of Forming a Monopoly. Savannah, May 10. "Guilty of con spiracy to monopolize Interstate trade" was the verdict of the jury in the case of the so-called "turpentine trust" tonight. The names of two of the in dicted corporations are omitted, the verdict which applies to five officers. The maximum sentence is a fine of $5000 and a term of a year in prison. EARLY MORNING FIRE. Routs the Guests Out of a Des Moines Hotel. Des Moines, May 11. Guests of the State Central hotel were driven out in confusion at 1 o'clock this morning, by WHY NOT TRY THIS? We want everybody with scalp or hair ailments, even though they are bald in spots, to try Kexall "93" Hair Tonic. We exact no promise or obli gation. Simply use a large bottle. Then, if not satisfied, tell us. and we will refund the money paid us for It. Two sizes, 5c. and $1.00. The OwK Pharmacy, Inc., the Rexall store. THE HORN BROS. TRIAL BEGINS AT KANSAS CITY Charged With Making Improper Use of Mails in Exploiting Arizona Mine. A WALKING RACE. Milwaukee, May 10. The interna tional heel and toe walking match with nine starters began at Schlitz park tonight, the contestants to walk three hours each night for six nights. o WEATHER TODAY. Washington, May 10. Weather fore cast for Arizona: Fair Tuesday and Wednesday. THE POPULATION OF PHOENIX. to the Editor of The Republican: Sir: The stranger within our gates who inquires as to the population of Phoenix may be forgiven if he be comes puzzled. One man tells him tehre are 10,000 people here, the next man insists there are 14,000, and so on. There is the same woeful dis crepancy in the letters that go back cast. For the sake of getting an intelli gent iinion upon the subject, with the object of crystallizing and edu cating public opinion in the matter, every citizen of Phoenix should read the preface to the new City Directory which is the last and most authorit ative expression upon the subject. LD PRO BONO. May 10, 1909. o WHEAT WAS UNAFFECTED. Kansas City, May 10. Charged with using the mails to defraud in ex ploiting a mine located near Winkel man, Ariz., E. S. Horr., John E. Horn. Frank B. Horn, S. H. Snyder and ' Raymond F. May,- who were indicted by the federal grand jury several months ago, were placed on trial here today. The government inspectors estimate that $182,000 was received by the promoters from the sale of treasury stock. See Dr. Swigert for correct glasses. 17 E. Adams St. Phone Red 241. THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen, Tn original 3UDWEISER 1EER on draught. FRANK CONNELLEY, Pfp. Chicago, May 10. James Patten's return to the market is not reflected in the course of wheat prices. Quo tations eased off one cent and the tone of the market is tranquil. Been Hit? Nerves Gone? Quit Coffee and Use P0STUM "There's a Reason" B e Particular Be particular. Don't cat any old thing just because it's cheap. You hava only one stomach and when that is out of commission you can't eat any thing. Demand good meats well cut and fresh. What little you eat let it be good extra good the best the market affords the -class of meats handled at Hackett's.. "DEMAND THE BEST." Exalted Mystic Rabboni Number 10 N. Second Ave. Phoenix, Ariz. 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