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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1909.
14 f I THE DAIRYMAN'S FRIEND The Sharpies Tubular Cream Separator fl Long since took year sees it more firmly implanted in the hearts of successful dairyman ev erywhere. Let us demonstrate tlie ma chine to you. It will be a pleasure. EZRA W. hum mm iiiiiiiiiiiii'iMimiifiiMiitiuiHi ii- An Enviable Reputation When you need a plumber the chances are you need him pretty badly. And why not get a good one? Gosart Plumbing Co. 28-30 N. Second Ave. Phone Main 285. Eesidence Phone Main 230. hi i i h 1 1 1 1 in i n t h i i t STATEMENT OF THE "M EVER LEAK" MFGRS. Their Reason for Withdrawing Their Suit Against H. S. Griswold of Phoenix. Cm May 2 "there appeared in The Republican an article under the head ing. "(iriKwold's Racycle and His Wheel Dope." The story covered two features, one being an unique adver tising scheme in the penetiiaJ motion f a large imitation Racycle of which he is the local agent. The other made reference to a lawsuit that had been filed against Mr. Griswold in the United States court, alleging an in fringement of iMitents owned by the manufacturers of "Xeverleak," a prep aration for curing punctured tires, and which lawsuit had recently been with drawn. In the story Mr. Griswold was humorously referred to as a "trust hater," though it went on to oay that .Mr. Griswold had 'never busted any trust, but merely shook .himself free of it. The manufacturers of "Never leak," the Buffalo Specialty company, have written The Republican, object ing to being classed with the trusts, as the company never was and does not eiijx-ct to become a trust. Continu ing, the company recites its side of the cae as follows: "Our 'Xeverleak' patent covers just what we claim it does; to-wit: the process of healing punctures In bi cycle tires by the use of a liquid, senii liquid or powder, which can be con verted into a liquid, which patent has been declared valid in many judgments obtained in the United States circuit courts. Nor has any judge or court ever declared it invalid in any par ticular. This patent, therefore, not only has the authority of the United States patent 'iff ice, but aJso naiil court derisions to support it.; "The suit brought by us against said Griswold was started in good faith and prosecuted on our part with all due diligence, our testimony showing that Griswold hald infringed the patent having been taken in Buffalo and filed with the court In Phoenix almost three years ago. It then became necessary for the defendant, Griswold, to take and file his testimony; and although our attorneys repeatedly endeavored to have Grtswold's attorneys proceed with his side of the case, they "delayed do ing so from time to time, giving a new answer in the case setting up an entirely new matter as a defense, and No other Hat it as servicea ble, as comfortable and at ap- propriata for to many occa sions. - See our line. FRANCIS ... "- i . ' Tor. 2nd & Wash. Sts. Sailors the lead, and cverv THAYER -m m h i m m 1 1 1 n 1 1 n in i then insisted upon taking their testi mony immediately thereafter. This notice came to Buffalo at a time when our general attorney, Mr. Mansfield, was so engaged that it was impossible for him to go to Phoenix to attend taking testimony at Kiid time set by Griswold's attorney. He, therefore, re quested an adjournment for a few weeks, so as to permit him to be pres ent on our behalf, but this Griswold and his sail attorneys declined to grant and insisted upon going on with the case in Mr. Mansfield's absence. "As he is the only one entirely fa miliar ith the patent in the suit and i all matters pertaining to the case, and i as his correspondent in Phoenix is not a patent attorney, it as concluded that it would not only be unfair to us, but prejudicial to our rights to have the case proceed without our said counsel being present; and therefore, we were practically forcurf to withdraw the case for the present. If you w ill confer with ' Mr. Jamison, an attorney of your city, who assisted Mr. Mansfield, or consult the records of the court, you will find . that the foregoing statements are true, ' and also that paid case was discontin . ucd without prejudice to our rights In ! any way, and we assure you that If Mr. Griswold, or any one else infringes upon our said patent, to our knowl edge, suit will be brought in the Unit ed States courts to restrain such in fringements and for damages. "In conclusion we will express the belief tliat there exists in nearly every business man a desire to be fair and we submit this statement for your consideration, a statement, lengthy as it may seem, is but a small part of what can be said from our standpoint." o DISAPPOINTMENT PREYED UPON OLD PROSPECTOR Causa of Insanity and the Death of E. P. Brittingham. E. P. Brittingham, for thirty years a prospector in the Crown King dis trict, who a few days ago became vio lently insane from worry over the fail ure of a mining company to take over his property on which they held a bond, and who was committed to the. asylum on the 9th inst.. died yesterday morning. Mr . Brittingham was 65 years old and had spent half of his life in this territory. His brother, K. P. Brittingham, of Blair, New, arrived Sunday morning and spent several hours with him. David Morgan, who was committed to the asylum in May, 1907, and who was well known in this county, hav ing spent many years prospecting in various parts of the country, died the 10th Inst., the cause given being old age. Xo one knew just how old Mr. Morgan was. but he was quite an old man when he came to Arizona twelve or fifteen years ago. He- was origi nally from Georgia, where he has a brother still residing. Stop taklne liauid Dhvsie or hiV nr litM - J a. j O x. pills, that which makes von vnr instead of curing. Cathartics dou't cure they irritate and weaken the rbowels. : CASCARETS make the bowels strong, tone the muscles so they crawl, and work when they do this they are healthy, producing right results. , w CSCRET8 loe hoi for a wrfV t tn-atmrnt. Alt druggist. Biaijriii wlltr la the world. Millijo bum a luouih. THE HIGHWAY T Board of Control Asked to Put Law In Operation REQUEST OE SUPERVISORS Folio wine a Conference of Tempe, Mesa and Phoenix Representatives With Re ference to Tempe Bridge. Investigation Authorized. The first definite step In the direc tion of securing a bridge at Tempe was taken before a meeting of the board of supervisors yesterday attended by representatives of the Phoenix. Tempe and Mesa boards of trade and also by members of the Tempe and Phoenix bridge committees. The object of the meeting was to secure from the board of supervisors a Tormal request upon the territorial board of control to put into opera tion the territorial highway law. The only difference of opinion was as to the scope of the request; whether it should be confined only to that part of the highway lying between Phoenix and Mesa, or wnether it should de fine the highway to the boundaries of the county on the north and the south east. The resolution, as it was afterward presented, met both views, first sug gesting that the highway should pro ceed to the northern boundary by the way of Wickenburg, and to the south western by the way of Buckeye and Arlington. Another paragraph of the resolution bears especially upon that the road from I'hoenix to Mesa and asks that a levy be ordered for mak ing it a territorial highway and for the construction or a bridge at Tempe. The following is the resolution: Whereas, a petition has been pre sented to this board by the board of trade of Phoenix, the board of trade of Tempe, and the board of trade of Mesa supervisors request the board of con trol to designate as a territorial high way the road now known as the Tempe road leaving Phoenix on Van Buren street, passing the insane asylum through Tempe to Mesa; and Whereas, said road, if established as a territorial highway, would pass by two large territorial institutions, to wit, the territorial insane asylum and the territorial normal school, and would connect with the government road, the Roosevelt road, now, therefore Be It Resolved. That it is the sense of this board that they hereby recom mend that the board of control imme diately proceed to designate as a terri torial highway the road known as the Tempe road, leaving Phoenix on Van Buren street, passing the insane asy lum and through Tempe to Mesa; and Be It Further Resolved. That this board recommend that the board of control levy a tax of 23 cents on the 1100 for the purpose of Improving said road, including the const met ion of a bridge across the Salt river at Tempe; and Be it further Resolved. That, if the board of control should devise a terri torial road to run across the territory of Arizona from north to south through Yavapai county and Maricopa county, that said board of control be requested to establish said road so as to run into Maricopa county from the north through Wickenburg; and Be it Further Resolved, That if the board of control should plan and de vise a territorial highway to run from the southwest to the northwest across the territory of Arizona, through Yuma county and Maricopa county, that said board of control be requested to run said territorial road from where it en ters from Yuma county into Maricopa county through the villages of Arling ton and Buckeye; and Be it Further Resolved, That ii any case whether the board of control de vise a road from the north to the south or from the southwest to the north west, or simply designate as a terri torial highway the Tempe road, that whatever territorial road is established within the county of Maricopa, that said Tempe road leaving Phoenix on Van Buren street and passing the territo rial asylum and through Tempe into Mesa, be designated as a territorial road, and that out of the funds raised from the levy on Maricopa county that a bridge be constructed across the Salt river at Tempe. In the course of the meeting. District Attorney Billiard said that as a result of the Los Angeles to' Phoenix road races next fall, he believed that the good roads idea would get an Impetus that "would result In not only great aid to the good roads movement in this territory but would possibly provide a road to the coast. He thought that Arizona and Cali fornia could be brought together' In building good roads to opposite points on the Colorado, and that congress could be induced through the efforts of the California delegation to authorize the building of a bridge across the Colorado. After the adoption of the resolutions they were taken to the capitol and presented tonhe board of control. Another action taken by the board of supervisors, was to order a notifi cation of engineers that on June 21, the board would be in session pre-: pared to receive suggestions regarding the Center street bridge. On that date the vote of the late bridge elec tion will be canvassed. i A resolution was adopted for the rejection of all bids for the purchase SIGK HEADACHE PositiTcIf cured bj these Little Fills.; TUcy also relieve Di tress from Dyspepsia; In digestion and Too Hearty Eutinc A perfect rem edy for Dizziness, Nausea. Drowsiness, Sad Taste in ttie Month. Coated Tongue, Pnta in the GIde. TORPID ITVKR. Tnav regulate tlo Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SKilLFILL SIUU.MSE. SSU1PS1CE. CURE SICK HEADACHE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature of the $iio,0no Issue of special district No. 1 bonds on the ground that the funds available will not be needed un til next fall. In the afternoon from 2:30 until A o'clock, the exccutie committee of the Center street committee, the Tempe committee and the district attorney, met with the board of control. The Mesa City members were not present, but they had sent word to their entire pecord with what was being done. It was the first official notice of the highway project that had been brought before the board and naturally there was a great deal of preliminary discussion concerning the law and what could be done under Its provis ions, as well as concerning Just exact ly what the people wanted. Naturally also there was considerable mixed opinion expressed, but the gentlemen on both sides were all struggling for the light and anxious to clear away the speculative phases of the situation and get down to a practical basis. The conclusion of the conference was that the territorial engineer. J. B. Glrand, was instructed to make an estimate of the cost of creating and maintaining a public highway through Phoenix and Tempe, and also a separate nnd dis tinct estimate of the probable cost of such a bridge as will be needed In Tempe. It was felt by all that this was entirely satisfactory and all that could be asked for at this time. When the engineer makes his report it will then be up to the committees to see what the next step shall be, and at this time there seems to be no reason why the levy for the improvements cannot be made this year. The first speaker before the board was B. A. Fowler, who presented the business of the committee. He was followed by Judge Ainsworth, who presented the resolutions adopted by the supervisors. W. J. Kingsbury spoke in respect to the highway law. Dis trict Attorney Bui lard gave his views of the situation, J. B. Cook and Chas. Woolf and J. C. Goodwin, of Tempe. addressed the board and representing the latter Messrs. W. C. Foster and J. J. Riggs of course frequently alter nated with questions of opinions. There was some doubt on the part of the board as to its duties and privileges under the law. The mem bers were desirous of following it closely and at the same time were de sirous of knowing thnt they were backed by public sentiment. The at torneys present all agreed that the law was mandatory under the condi tions that now obtain. "Respecting the matter of sentiment. Mr. Riggs sug gested that it would be well to have the request of committees backed by petitii.ns of say half the property own ers of the county. There was considerable divergence of opinion on that proposition. In the interest of other counties rather than I'hoenix, for most of the gentlemen are behind the good roads movement as a territorial proposition rather than a local project. They want other coun ties than Maricopa to share the bene fits of the law. They contended that it would lie easy to get the petitions desired in this county, though harder now than any other time of the year, when people are many of them going away for the summer. But it could be accomplished here if the board in sisted. The objection was the pre- For the Bath FIRST: CRYSTAL VELVET. SECOND: REXALL TALC. Makes bathing a pleasure, an event of the day. 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