THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1914
We have been convinced by years of experience
that iliny is no wagon that can compete with the
Winona, For tight running, strength or durability,
as it is built of pod dry timber, hickory axles,
white nak ironclad hubs. Come in and see this
wagon and convince vourself as to its merit.
EZRA W. THAYER
"Everything in Hardware"
124 130 E. Washington Street. 124-133 E. Adams
INTENDED FDR MEN
Concerning Rrizona Ostrich
and Other Matters
U Sfe U
COLONEL BAYARD ;
Throe Reel Feature
TRUE IRISH HEARTS
Anil our Mutual Girl
ksd Francis Foi
bx si An Actrea
.nice," two reels, "101" Bison, featuring Grace Canard
L "Hearts Entangled," Pearl White, Crystal film. "AI
C Joker Comedy T ii Ides the World.
210-212 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.
II III. First Avenue FEATURE
Harts Wigwam gggggrH
i 11 i n i THE THEATER COMFORTABLE
LrfAllAKA ril'( ll(St moving pictures at popular
B"A 1 A "W Ml Latest moving pictures, from '.) a. m. to 11 p. m.
fWly L &a "1 Entire change of pictures every day
JT THEATRE A' R- CAVANESSi Mgr'
Tlie trial of Colonel Nicholas Bay
id Of New York City v. as one of
le earliest trials held in this coun-
v tor high treason against the
I crowned head of the mother country.
1 For many yean subsequent to the
accession of William and Mary in
; England, the province Of New York
was agitated by a strife between the
rival political parties, so hitter that
the rights of the defeated were gross
ly violated and they were not always
safe in their liberty and their lives.
In IfiflS Lord Bellomont was sent to
this country as Governor of the prov
ince and he favored the party that
had been opposed to .lames II. This
support kept the two parties evenly
drawn and thus both were protected,
but when Bellomont died, in 1701, the
ancient animosity of the rival fac
tions were revived with the utmost
zeal and fury. Information being ro
ceived that Lord Cornbury was to
succeed the Bar! of Bellomont, the
aristocratic party, n"c in the minor
ity, took measures to secure the new
Governor to their own interests.
Nicholas Bayard, a prominent mem
ber of this party, made scandalous
charges of bribery, of public plunder
and oppression against the Lieuten
ant Governor, the Chief Justice and
the Assembly, and reflections were
liberally east upon th" memory of
Lord Bellomont himself.
When this cam.' to the knowledge
of Nanfan, the Lieutenant Governor,
he committed Bayard to prison as a
traitor. Thus was the leader of the
aristocratic party in the power of his
These 'remarks are for men only.
Women are cautioned not to read
them. This is a disquisition on the
ostrich industry of the Salt Rivet
Valley, where the finest ostriches in
the world are raised and where the
finest, glossiest and most durable
plumes in the world are produced.
This is also the season when women
don new hats, and, by the way, this
statement is also for men only. A
hat is not complete without an orna
ment, and it is agreed by the mak
i is of fashions that there is nothing
like an ostrich plume to set off a
store, where they
than anywhere else
cuing to have the new headgear any
how, and they would be more thank
ful for an ostrich plume to go with
it than they would be for any other
gift. So, if a man is thinking of
making a woman an caster present
are! all right-thinking men are think-
The material being woven to our order you are as
sured of exclusive patterns and colorings in all
grades from T 1.50 up Look for the purple band
across the neck of every shirt: it's the mark of
TROY'S BEST PRODUCT
EARL (EL WFJLSON
MAKERS OF RED-MAN COLLARS
BUY YOUR i
all of them Arizona
are to be found in
at Balke's Hig Curio
are sold cheaper
The women are
ing of that, he should
these Arizona ostrich
Balke's. His future in
tion of the lady who
plumes will be assured,
member the giver as
get one of
She will re
long as the
plume lasts, i
Here end the
ind one of these Ari
will last a lifetime,
remarks that were la
tended for men only, and the sub
ject of Easter cards will be taken
up. In that women and children are
interested. The cards at Balke's l!ig
Curio store are the most beautiful
printed. This statement, with the
further one that they are sold at
ten cents a dozen, ought to be suffi
III CITY STORE WINDOW
Little Fellows Beat Eddie Foy's Camel
in Going Without Water
Special engagement of
THE NASHVILLE STUDENTS
10 People in
in a minstrel first part and four
Two shows per night.
10c and 20c.
X lous that their authority and in
nee would soon be impaired, de
termined to bring the prisoner to
mmi-ilit,. trial, hefori. Ihe arrival of
the Governor, so that he should not
he saved by that functionary.
Although Iiroughton. the Attorne
General, gave a written opinion that
no actual crime had been committed,
ii special Court of oyer .and Ter-
I was Immediately erected for the trial
Not all Phoenicians, though many
of them, may have seen hal.y os
triches, just hatched from the shell.
And hut few of the Salt River val
ley inhabitants, as often as they have
been at the various ostrich farms of
the district, have been privileged to
Bee motherless incubator ostrich
For the next few days, however,
everyone will have an opportunity to
see them and to be told of their hah-
AT THE RIGHT PLACE
The only exclusive fish and oyster market in Phoe
E. S. WAKELIN CO.
Garden City Restaurant
21-23 East Adams St.
Machinery of all kinds built, re
built or repaired. Best equipped
whop In state. (inly expert me
chanics Work guaranteed.
OVERLAND AUTO CO.
3?0-328-330 N. Central
Look at This Assortment
Received fresh every day by express from the coast.
Phone 1109 and we will make prompt delivery.
California Fish and
119 North First Avenue
BEST FOR SEWER
connections. Specify our ma
chine made cemwit pipe
CEMENT PIPE CO.
Phone 1312 M5 E. jRckm.n pt
Prstsct Your Clathtt
Opposite City Hall, 114 B. Wash
Phones: O 788, 78.
its and their constitution, whi
mauds the most delicate care.
on exhibition in the
Sturgess Hay and
were three days old
ing, and they will
windows where they
any time until thej
windows of the
be kept in the
may be seen at
have become suf-
Kelly-Rowe Musical Comedy Co.
"When Hubby Came
Two Shows Nightly
Adults 10c, 20c and 30c.
Battle of Pickle Hill
OLD TIME FIDDLERS CONTEST
jf The !ontestants:
J. R. BREES JNO. WILSON
DAVID CLOSft rum mujnjs.
E. H. FIKE
ft, air.. aijjux
i'laviim the music of 50 years ago.
Try A Republican Want Ad.
Special engagement of
in a minstrel first part
10c and 20c
of Bayard and one of his adherents.
Pive days was the utmost delay he
could obtain, and on the 19th of Feb
ruary, 170'-'. the court assembled to
decide his fate.
Rroughton. the Attorney General.!
refused to prosecute, and the prose
cution was accordingly conducted by
Weaver, the Solicitor General. The
prisoner was defended by Messrs.
Kmot and KirhoIL When the Brand
iury were called the prisoner's coun
sel objected to gone of them, declar
ing "that if Bayard's neck was made
of gold he should be hanged."
A part of the jury insisted that
they had a right to deliberate alone,
v hereupon the Solocitor General took
down their names and threatened
that he 14 Would cause them to be
trounced." and the jury broke up in
confusion without acting.
The Indictment set forth that the
prisoner, on the loth of December.
1701. "falsely, maliciously, etc.. used
divers indirect practices and endeav
ors to procure mutiny and desertion
among the soldiers in the fort, and
drew numbers of them to siitn false
and scandalous libels against his
The prisoner, upon his arraignment,
pleaded not guilty, and desired thai
he might be allowed two clerks to
take the minutes of the trial. The
request was denied. The prisoner
then sent a petition to the court ,
which he set forth the Injustice and
the irregularity of the proceedings
against him. of course the petition
had no effect.
The Solicitor Genera then made an
introductory harangue to the jury, in
which he declaimed against the Knt
lish ami French inhabitants of the
colony, including the principal Dutch.
Me charged the prisoner with being
;it th" head of a party of piial.es. be
trayers of the prince and his laws, a
parcel of banditti.
Testimony against Kayard was given
by Samuel Clows. Peter Odyre, W.
Richardson, John Bashford and others,
and at its conclusion the counsel for
the prisoner addressed the court and
jury in his behalf, followed by Es
nuot, his other counsel. Several wit
nesses were then called in behalf of
the prisoner, among them the minis
ter of Trinitv church, who testified
to his exemplary character and his
.ttachment to the cause of the King.
The Chief Justice then charged the
jury, and they retired and for several
days they could not come to a de
cision. The Chief Justice then pro
nounced the sentence of death, but
this was not carried into execution
Applying for ;i reprieve until the
pleasure of the King might be known,!
it was granted to him, and on thej
arrival of the new Governor, Lord
Cornbury. he was released from!
prison. All was then reversed, for
Cornbury announced himself the
friend of the aristocracy. Atwood,
the Chief Justice, and Weaver, the
Solicitor General, fled to Englanf.
Bayard was reinstated in all honor
and est;it,. hv public command, "as if
no such trial had been.' Lord Crtrn
bury destroyed the factions of New
York by oppressing them both until
they united in resistance to himself,
and the contest soon began which
resulted In the establishment of a
free and independent nation.
ficiently old enough to n
cite the curiosity of
When the young ohh
in the incubator, it ii
counterpart of a fuzz
colored a black and : e
most as "cute" and Intel
From tlie time it leal
the Phoenix I
!; is hatched
; almost the
I low, ami al
erting to see.
es the shell '
! to the end of the first three weeks
the youngster is allowed no solid
food, and is fed on boiled egg of its
' mother and on a mess of grain and
'molasses. In the meantime it is f ill
: ing its raw with gr;iins of sand
supplied in the pen whei'e it is caged.
During this first three weeks of its
life, the bird goes the amel one bet
I ter and is allowed not one drop of
water, beating the animal of the des
: ert by a full two wee&s.
If you want the best la Com
mercial photography, Kodak Fin
ishing and Enlarging, S
McCULLOCH & HOWARD
15 East Adams 8tret
We have the only panorama ca
mera in the valley.
ody attend the big stock sal.
'coper's today; one and half miles
; oi Alhambra on the Grand Canal,
lurtry AuctiOnei r. Advertisement.
will lie presented at the Laniara en Tuesday and
Wednesday only. These feature pictures are the
finest ever shown in Phoenix.
"The Black Circle"
in three parts.
Masterful, Stirring, Highly Dramatic, Charged
Everybody makes love t the pretty "Steno." A
delightful comedy, illustrating some of the draw
backs of a pretty face.
Don't Miss the
George Kleine Attractions
Under new management.
Give us a trial!
If you have a Perfection, Kevonec,
Florence Automatic or a Peerless
oil stove, I have the oil that is
guaranteed and recommended by
PHOENIX OIL CO.
Erythinf is Lumber
and Hosiery That's all
Harry A. Drachman ShoeCo
2 WEST ADAMS ST.
EXHIBITIONS OF PAINTINGS
Transferred to Phoenix Board of Trade
From Hotel Adams
The free exhibition of desert and Indian subjects
KATE T. CORY
Exhibit until Wednesdav, March IS. inclusive AT
THE BOARD OF TRADE.
WANTED Good Grain Sacks.
PHOENIX WOOD AND COAL CO.
South 3rd St. and Ja ks n
Set Us for Price
O'MALLEY LUMBER CO.
of Charlotte Cor-
Phoenix to Globe
IN EIGHT HOURS
On Auto Stage Over Scenic P.oute by the
Cars run each way daily; makereservations at Commercial Hotel.
Gila Valley Auto Transfer Company
GEO. W. McCLARTY
208-210 West Wash. St.
Do your teeth ache? If so consult
Dr. Belt, the New System Dentist.
All work absolutely painless. Los
Phone tvi U Monition BMjsj.
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