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THE "ARIZONA TiEPUBLIOAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1014 PAYS FOR OWN MISTAKE LIKE GOOD FELLOW E. S. WAKELIN CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 1 Phe Peering Binder has a Rigid "Platform. Powerful Main Wheel, Hall and Roller Bearing throughout. The reel lias a great range of ad justments and is consequently easily driven. Elevator Canvas TighteiujDg and Loosing Device is very simple. Rush Headers. Giant Mowers. Steel Hay Rakes. Ezra W. Thayer "Everything in Hardware" 124-130 E. Washington St. 127-133 E. Adams Phoenix to Globe IN EIGHT HOURS On Auto Stage Over Scenic Route by the ROOSEVELT DAM Cars run each way daily; make reservations at Commercial IIoteL Gila Valley Auto Transfer Company i1 AMUSEMENTS LION T" H E&TER 11 THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Bison Drama. Two Reels. "MADONNA OF THE SLUMS." Nestor Indian Drama "DARK FEATHER'S SACRIFICE." Imp Comedy, Split Reel, KEEPING A GREAT CITY CLEAN" and "TROUBLED TURK.' Continuous Show Daily, 11 a. m. 10:30 p. m. THE REGALE 210-212 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. Harts' Wigwam I A III A D A THE THEATER COMFORTABLE I A If I A li A The- best moving pictures at popular prices. PLAZA TUC TBF THEATRE K a a a 1 T I I I I I I Rose Bushes, Olives, Citrus and Deciduous Fruit Trees Our assortment is still complete and we would ad vise all intending planters to get busy right away. This is ideal weather for planting all kinds of trees and by doing so now you will get excellent results. We feel sure that the citrus stock we are handling, (oranges, grape fruit and lemons) is the finest in the valley and we wish you to see it before buying; like all our other stock the best we can procure and grown right at home. Nothing under half-inch caliper. T. M. Melville Nurseries Phoenix, Polk and First St. Phone hot Riveted Main Frame, COMING SUNDAY A two-reel feature Kevstone Comedy IN THE CLUTCHES OF THE s 8 scream. Don't miss it First Avenue FEATUEE PICTURES Change every Sun .-Tues .-Thurs.-Sat. Latest moving pictures, from 9 a. m. to 11 p. m. Entire change of pictures every day R- CAVANESS- Msr- FOX AND MAXWELL Comedy, Songs and Dances BOH M AND WILHELM Hand and Head Balancers MURIEL That Clever Violinist 3 REELS LATEST MOVIES 10c AND 20c Kelly-Rowe Musical Comedy Co. Presenting Tonight "A Millionaire Tramp" Two Shows Nightly Adults 10c, 20c and 30c. Children 5c. Chandler, Alabama St. 1S44 GreatTrials History TRIAL OF CAPTAIN KID The name of Captain Kidd is the most familiar of all the pirates who sailed the Atlantic in search of ad-' venture, and more especially of plun der. Although it is considerable more than two centuries ago that Kidd was convicted and hanged and, while other pirates have been forgotten, he is still recalled through an effort that is started every now and then to discover the burial place of his ill-gotten treas ures. Prom Nova Scotia all along the Atlantic coast of the United States searching panics have been organized upon the obtaining of a new clew as to the hidden loot. Captain Kidd was a Scotch navigator during the latter part f the seven teenth century. Piracy was very prev alent on the high seas and a syndicate was formed for the purpose of destroy ing the practice. Robert Livingston, a rich New York merchant and landown er, and Lord Bellomont, the Knglish governor, were at the head of the syn dicate, and in looking ahout fur a cap tain for their pirate-destroying vessel, their choice fell upon Kidd. So King William sent a commission empower ing "the well-beloved and trusty Cap tain Kidd" to seize French and pirate ships at will. Kidd started off on the Adventurer, but the adage "set a rogue to catch a rogue" did not work in his case, for he turned pirate himself and looted and sunk .ill the legitimate merchant ships he met. How many vessels Captain Kidd and his crew plundered, is hard to tell. Finally it was necessary to send out a squadron to capture him. He had been operating with excellent suc cess in the- Indian Ocean, but he was given warning of the coming of his captors and he eluded them and sailed for the American coast. Fearing to enter New York harbor. Kidd touched at Oyster Bay, L. I., and sent for a New York lawyer and re quested hint to sec Lord Bellomont with a view of opening negotiations. Bellomont sent word that the captain had nothing to fear, consequently he went on to Boston, arriving on July 1, 1699. It began to be rumored that Living ston, Bellomont and the company they represented, were themselves' Impli cated in the gathering of the spoils, rind they became thoroughly frightened. Bellomont reported to the Knglish the whereabouts of Kidd and he was or dered to arrest him and send him back to England. When captain Kidd reached Kngland he was thrown into jail. There had been a great excitement over the af fair, and even it was insinuated that the king profited by Kidd's nefarious business. For a year the pirate was kept in prison before he was placed on trial. At the trial Kidd denied that he had ever consented to be a pirate, but claimed that his crew had bullied him Ide Silver . Collars f.r m 1 s 25c Korriok's New York Store PHOENIX SYMPHONY SOCIETY Third Concert (Matinee) Sunday, Mar. 15, 3,pm. at the EMPRESS THEATER Soloists: Mrs. Charles William Hunter, Sopra no, former soloist with Thomas Orchestra. Miss Cecil Multen, Vio linist. Popular Prices 10c and 20e ": ' 4 I Eugene Redewill Finds Again How Well Republican Ads Pay Eugene Redewill has again letinerl that advertising in The Republican pass, lie found it out much to the finding li his ado I discomfort. In fact I him squirm. Redewill ran an publican last Sunday "ad," requiring the d" in The tie lt was a puzzle addition of so I many lines to a number given by the I PH-IMA nf Ihn ooma nlnli nhnli 1 Int. tors in the lines given. Pot each correct answer Redewill prom'so 1 one big round shining simoleon. He has had a -stack of answers. In all there were some lour hundred or more who sent in answers to the puzzle, which in itself was all right. ; But there were over ISO of the ans wers correct, which meant the "pony- I ins" up of just that many bones. That wasn't the worst. From the St. Luke Home, east of the city, there came to the Redewill office just forty correct answers with a demand for $40. Redewill had to pay, cause he had not provided that one solving correctly the answer could not divulge the great secret to another. And ho did pay. Yesterday the St. Luke Home took from the Redewill music house J40 worth of the best Victrola records in stock, their choice over the actual cash. into it. He could not be convicted of piracy , even by a court which for some mysterious reason rushed his trial through with suspicious haste and lack of justice. But he was found guilty of having killed a mutinous sailor named William Moon by hitting him over the head with a bucket. At the trial it is Raid that Kidd bore himself with dignity, making no com plaint of I'ellomont's treachery. He told the story' of his expedition with some show of frankness, but everything was against him. He was not allowed to present whatever evidence be had in his behalf. The jewels and gold dust which he had sent to the Countess of Bellomont were considered a bribe, and Bellomont, Buffering from gout, wreaked his vengence to the utmost on the man who had failed to bring him the plunder expec ted. To the last, Captain Kidd protested his innocense of piratical intent when he undertook the mission, and to the judge who condemned him, he said: "My lord, it is a very hard sentence. For my part 1 am the most innocent person of them all." Captain Kidd was hanged at Execu tion Dock. London, with nine of his crew, on May :'4, 1701. There were present the marshal of the admlraHty, the deputy marshal, two city marshals, officers and some who had helped to condemn him. They stood silently awaiting the approach of the prisoner, and at the sound of footsteps they turned to catch a last glimpse of the bold, dashing pirate. Their scorn was turned to pity, for down the gray stone steps came an old sea captain, tired and worn, to meet his doom. Tomorrow Tritl of Benjamin Di&- raeli. The New York Times got (bj wireless) fragments oi Rudyard Kpi ling's Tuesday night lecture before the Royal Geographical society. Here's one of them: "To me. as to others, a fried fish shop can speak multitudinously for all the Fast from Cairo to Singapore. Have you no ticed that wherever a few travelers gather together, one or other is sun to say : 'Do you r member the smell at such and such a place?' Then he may go on to speak of camel pure camel one whiff of which is all Arabia, or of the smell of rotten eggs at Htton on the Euphrates, or of the odor of drying fish in Burma. 1 sdg gest, subject to correction, that there are only two elementary smells of universal appeal the smell of burn ing fuel, and the- smell of melting grease; the smell, that is. of what man cooks his food oyer and what he cooks his food in." HAYDEN With six new residences in process of construction, our town has taken on an air of additional prosperity that is good to see. The copper com pany is patting up four new cottages on I'tah Avenue and the residences of C 11. Studley Jr. and Or. A. H. Rood are well under way. At her home, on Smelte r Hill, Mrs. Henry Munay charmingly ente rtained a number of her friends at a sewing party last Tuesday afternoon compli mentary to Mrs. James Heggio, who will leave in a few days for tin ab sence of about six months. I luring the afternoon delightful refreshments were served. The guests were Mes calines Heggic, George Johnson. An derson, Browne, Taliaferro, Hatch. Moffat, Maclean. Nels Johnson, Knight, Flynn. Njchvhr. Holbrook, Ste venson and Misses Bruce, Hanson and Holbrook. Mrs. Edward Xiebuhr entertained a gathering of her friends at it most enjoyable' Wednesday score prize ered towel, consolation, auction bridge party afternoon. The high a pretty hand -embrold-went to Mrs. Hatch; the a handsome hand-painted plate, was drawn by son, and the booby Mrs. Nels John prize, a box of randy, was awarded -Mrs. Phillips. After the games delicious refresh ments of salad and ice courses were served. Mrs. Niebnhr's guests were Mesdames Stevenson, Browne, Talia ferro, Phillips, Maclean, Brooks, Tuck, -Nels Johnson, George Johnson, Mof fat. Hatch, Murray, Boggle Anderson Flynn and Ezell. Last Wednesday afternoon Hayden was visited by a gab' of unusual se verity, creating a most disagreeable duststorm and threatening to do some damage. The only real damage aside from the discomfort of the popula tion yvas the unroofing of a small frame house ,in North Hayden. A slight rainfall followed the blow. The boys of the smelter clubhouse gave a delightful dance Wednesday evening in the nature of a farewell party to Mr. and Mrs. James Heggie, To Purify the Blood BEAR'S GrLANDO LOID Does the work. You get it at The Bear Drug Store R. P. Roziene Bears Deliver Free and Freely. Hall who will soon leave to bo absent for a period of approximately six months. The weather was ideal for the occa sion and the happy gathering had a most enjoyable time until after mid night. Excellent punch was served bountifully throughout the evening and about midnight wh iles and good coffei disoensed. y alter .Nash nas returned Horn a slay of several days in Globe, where Let Us Fix Your Car We Inspect Free of Charge Evans Garage WASHING AND POLISHING 8 North Third Avenue EL TOSTO Electric Toaster $4.00 Toaster for $30 Special Offer Luxury of the breakfast table. Crisp, delicious, hrown and hot. VI :n i c win send von one Order yours by 'phone now. Phone Ki.il Pacific Gas & Electric Co. he and Mrs. Xash have been visiting relatives. Mrs. Mash and little son are still in Globe for a few days. Walter found the political pot begin ning to boil in the county capital and already there are a number of can didates out for different office's that dainty sand- will be distributed in the fall elec were liberally I tions. i Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Kzoll left Friday for a few days' visit with relatiy ' the Salt River Valley. 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