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TITE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1014
rop Alfalfa
Tin- first tiling needed is n good Deering Mower,
one tint will cut in any grass, one that has no side
draft, a full ledger plate with sharp cutting edges,
liroad high wheels, a tilting cutter har that rises
even at both ends at the same time controlled easily
by a foot level.
Second: An all-steel self-dump Deering Hay Rake.
Come in.
EZRA W. THAYER
Kverything in Hardware.
12I-l:;u i:. Washington St. 127-ir K. Adams.
AMUSEMENTS
Great Trials
of
History
TRIAL OF
CHARLOTTE CORDAY
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BBCSSBBIiKBS
TODAY
Another funny Keystone Comedy
A BAD GAME
"I" W LiTTEiF? ''eaturiiiK Ford Sterling anil Mabel Normand
sisaoEtsaiBBESffisnsaaE
TODAY
"Wyinaia'ii Vengeance." two reels, "101" Hison, featuring Grace Cunard
and Francis Ford. "Hearts Entangled," Pearl Wliite, Crystal film. "Al
iiiost An Actress," Juker Comedy T k kles the World.
THE REGALE
210-212 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.
Harts' Wigwam
First Avenue FEATURE
PICTURES Change every
Sun.-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
a van. S-m H-i-i rr A 1" T1
I A S & The host moving pictures at popular
LA
THEATRE
prices.
Latest moving pictures, from 9 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Entire change of pictures every day
A. R. CAVANESS, Mgr.
Special engagement of
THE NASHVILLE STUDENTS
10 People 10
in a minstrel first part and four
specialties.
Two shows per night.
10c and 20c.
The story of how Charlotte Corday,
the humble country girl became a
French heroine by murdering Marat,
the Revolutionary tyrant, i.s gener
ull familiar to all readers. Charlotte
Corday brooded over the many, many
wrongs that had befallen her country
men and women through the instiga
tion of Marat, and she decided that
it was her duty to put an end to his
carnage. She was only twenty-five
years old it the time, and inex
perienced with the affairs of the
world, yet she planned and carried
out a most unusual plot to avenge
these wrongs.
"When Charlotte left her country
home ami went to Paris she set a
most ingenious trap for her victim.
She wrote to Marat: "I have just ar
rived from Caen. Your love of coun
try makes me presume that you will
have pleasure in hearing of the un
fortunate events of that portion of
the republic. I shall present myself
at your abode at one o'clock; have
the goodness to receive me."
At the first interview she had
planned she failed to gain admission
to Mil rat's house, but she was more
successful when she called in the
evening. Marat resided in a dilapi
dated house in the Rue des Cordeliers,
and he admitted her. The revolution
ist was at his bath. Charlotte en
tered. Marat asked her the names of
the deputies who had taken refuge
at Caen. She gave them to him, and
he wrote them down. "Refore they
are a week older," he said, "they
shall have the gullotine."
At these words Charlotte drew the
knife from her bosom and plunged ;t
to the hilt in Marat's heart. She
then rlrew th bloody weapon from
the body of her victim and let it fall
at her fft. "Help, my dear help!"
cried Marat, and then expired.
At this cry. Albertine ,the maid
servant, and Laurent Rasse, rushed
into tile apartment and caught Ma
rat's sinking head in their arms.
Charlotte stood motionless. Several
deputies who hail arrived had her
NEW SERIES DOMESTIC
SCIENCE LECTURES
O'DONNELL TALKS TO
AT
For the next ten weeks, beginning
with this afternoon, there will be de
livered in the Domestic Science De
partment of the High School, a series
of lectures upon Domestic Science. !
These lectures will begin promptly ev
ery Thursday afternoon 'at 2:30.
Miss Johnson, the director of that
department in the High School, ex
perienced a great deal of success with
her first series of lectures. Many
housewives and those newly taking
charge of housekeeping arrangements
by reason of the "newlywed route",
took advantage of the opportunity to j
attend the lectures.
I
Kelly-Rowe Musical Comedy Co.
Presenting Tonight
"A Dancing Girl"
Two Shows Nightly
Adults 10c, 20c and 30c.
Children 5c.
a euAlif mn -5 2 SHOWS
a COMEOT
FRITZ fJELDS-HAZEL 1lfAINWMHTZS
TONIGHT
mm
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Special engagement of
The
ashville
Students
Select a name for the show and win
O
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Send in your selection to the Savoy Box
Office with. name and address written
b plainly.
Try A Republican Want Ad.
10
PEOPLE
10
in a minstrel first part
and
Four specialties
Two
Shows
Per
Night
Coliseum
Theater
10c and 20c
sent to Abbaye the nearest prison.
When she was examined and asked
why she had done the murderous
deed, she replied: "I saw civil war
ready to rendi France to atoms, and.
persuaded that Marat was the prin- I
cipal cause of the peril and calamities
of the land, I have sacrificed my life
for his to save my country."
Charlotte confessed that no one
knew of her intentions at assassina
tion and that she had left Caen with
the avowed purpose of killing Marat.
On her person the guards discovered
an address, drawn up by herself, and
calling on the French people to pun
ish tyrants an restore concord.
Charlotte was placed in a cell and
watcher, even during the night, by
two gens d'arme The committe of
general safety hastened her trial and
sentence. The day following the mur
der the President of the Revolution
ary Tribunal, Montane, came to ex
amine her. She was removed to the
Conciergerie. The next morning at
eight o'clock she was conducted be
fore the Revolutionary Tribunal.
When she had taken her seat on the
bench of the prisoners the president
assigned to defend her the young
Chauveau Lagarde, afterwards illus
trious by his defense of the Queen.
The widow of Marat wept while she
gave her evidence. Charlotte was
cross-questioned and Fouquier sum
med up and demanded that sentence
of death should be pronounced.
Her defender arose. "The accused,"
said he, "confesses her crime, she
avows its long premeditation, and
gives the most overwhelming details.
Citizens, this is her whole defense. It
i;; for you to -decide what weight so
stern a fanaticism should have in the
balance of justice. I leave all to your
consciences."
The jury unanimously sentenced h"r
to death. She heard their verdict un
moved; and the president, having
a.sked her if she had anything to say,
she made no reply; but, turning to
her defender she said: "Monsieur,
you have defended me as I wished to
be defended: I thank you."
On her return to the Conciergerie,
which was so soon to yield her up to
the scaffold, Charlotte smiled on her
companions in prison, who had ar
ranged themselves in the corridors to
see her pass. A priest was sent by
the public accuser to offer the last
consolations of religion.
Charlotte was executed on July 17,
1793. As she mounted the fatal cart
a violent storm broke over Paris but
the lightning and rain, (lid not dis
perse the crowd that had assembled.
The sky, however, cleared up before
she reached the scaffold. In the face
of murder history dares not praise
Charlotte Corday. and in the face of
heroism, dares not condemn her. Hers
was a deed of which men are no
judges, and which courts, without ap
peal, direct to the tribunal of God.
Tomorrow Trial of Lord Cardigan.
o
On Monday evening, I. D. O'Don
nell. Secretary Lane's personal repre
sentative and widely known through-
out the country as one of the most ;
successful and scientific farmers in
America, spoke to a large audience
at Monroe Hall, Chandler.
Mr. and Mrs. O'Donnell, Miss
O'Donnell, on their return from a
trip of inspection with a number of
the local reclamation officials, in :
company with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ;
Fitch, visited Chandler Monday after- j
noon.
Mr. O'Donnell spoke informally on '
practical hints to farmers, and one ,
could not imagine an address that!
contained real meat and less waste. 1
Every time he opened his mouth he
said something, and every time he
said anything, it was worth remem-1
boring. One reason perhaps, is be-!
cause he knows what he is talking
about. He owns a 640 acre ranch
near Billings, Mont., and any year
he can make his land return a re- ,
venue of from two to three times 1
what any other acres in his country
does, he thinks he is going back-1
ward. '
He advised that in the rotation of
crops, one ought to have a definite j
plan in mind that would cover from
five to ten years. This should al- j
ways include alfalfa. Following al-;
falfa should come an intensive cul- i
tivated crop like cotton or corn, lie- !
fore a grain crop should be put in. j
He advised tree planting, not only,
along roads and ditches but in small j
groves. He said, too, that farmers ,
should grow their own seed grain, j
and told them to do it. j
He specially emphasized cultiva- ,
tion saying that after irrigation it,
was often well to disk before plow- j
ing, thus giving the soil which came
next to the seed finer pulverization.
After plowing should come double
disking, harrowing and floating. La- '
bor spent on a seed bed should al
ways be returned a hundred foUl. i
He advised stock feeding. Alfalfa
is some times low in price; meat, !
never. Do not, he said, get more j
stock thin you have feed for. It is ;
dangerous to depend upon buying, j
Feed everything you raise, but raise, ;
as well, all you feed.
Often he said, where a farmer '
sold instead of feeding his hay and j
grain, the wife would make more out ,
of her chickens and turkeys than the -farmer
would from all the rest of
his ranch. j
He told the farmer to keep books, j
A memoranda book which could be
carried in the pocket was much bet- '
ter than none. Too many farmers ;
did not know on which of his
crops he was making money,
upon which he was losing.
He called special attention to
fact that different kinds of soil
quired different treatment. Some
times a man had s.ir.dy loam on the
upper end of a field and heavy soil
on the lower. Yet after irrigation
he would work all the soil at the
same time.
As to values, he said that he be
lieved every acre of land in the Salt
River Valley set to alfalfa or other
good crop, if properly managed could
lay interest on $2."0 an acie.
He also spoke briefly of the op
portunity that would be given farm
ers who were along the borders of
the included area in the Roosevelt
district, and had been left out of the
project, to state their claims for com
ing in. He said that final report
would not be made to the secretary
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E. S. WAKELIN CO.
WHOLESALE .
GROCERS
Garden City Restaurant
New Location
21-23 East Adams St.
and
the
re- ,
Our L-System
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Will Soon Be
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Hands
It is a very clever little book
let of fun, facts, and fashion,
by the makers of L-System
Clothes. It includes, besides
many witty sayings, a color
chart, a few of the new Spring
and Summer models for young
men, and an article on the Chi
cago White Sox. Should you
fail to receive one, drop us a
card.
We wish to announce our readi
ness to display and demonstrate
the merits of these fine clothes
when you call.
MACHINERY
Machinery of all kind built, re
built or repaired. Rest equipped
shop In state. Only expert me
chanic!. Work guaranteed.
OVERLAND AUTO CO.
326-328-330 N. Central
BEST FOR SEWER
connections. Specify eur ma
chine made cement pipe
CEMENT PIPE CO.
Phone 1312 645 E. Jackson St.
Phoenix Laundry
Pretect Your Clnthea
Phone 1530
Tribolet's Market
Opposite City Hall, 114 B. Wash
ington Street.
Pfaonea: O 788, 78.
OLENDALE
Miss Margaret Meagher. of i
j Glendale. Is the correspondent of
j The Arizona Republican in that
I district and will be glad to re- I
ceive all items of news at the
Glenwood hotel. I
fr 4
ST. PATRICK PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. iJe Fever en
tertained a number of friends at the
club house, Tuesday evening. The
club house was decorated' with many
pretty suggestions of the day. Curds
and dancing, together with a delight
ful program of Irish melodies, were
arranged for amusements. Refresh
ments were served at the close of
the evening.
Among those enjoying the affair
were: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gump, Mr.
and Mrs. H. More, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Sample, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gilbert,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo. L. Peirnell, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Tinker, Mr. and Mrs.
F. Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. G. Walters,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Patterson. Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Gant, Mr. and Mrs. It.
Stauffer, Mr. jand Mrs. F. W. Barlow,
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Carrick, Mrs.
Payson, Miss Grace Walsh, Miss Har
rington. Miss Anna Walsh, Miss Car
per, Miss Radcliff, Miss Willets, L.
Spicer. C. Ilrooks, H. T. Connors, H
Marshall P.. Radcliff, C. Ferris and
D. PinnelL
ORANGE GROVES
The orange groves in this vicinity
are all in a very thriving condition,
have practically recovered from all
the effects of the severe frost of a
year ago, and are heavily laden with
blossoms.
The present prospects could not be
more encouraging and the growers
are confidently looking forward to
an exceptional large crop next winter.
of the interior for a month or more,
and every effort would be made to
give justice to everyone.
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
HERE ON BUSINESS
Among the business visitors today
were S. W. Steward, Phoenix: D. M.
Oillan and E. H. Perry, Phoenix.
CATLIN COURT
H. C. Reed and family movved
Tuesday into their new- residence,
just completed in Catlin Court. This
attractive residence addition is grow
ing in popularity and the many
pretty bungalows that have been
erected by the Myers-Carrick real
estate agency found ready buyers and
are all occupied.
TODAY ONLY
The White
Ghost
of
Disaster
A $1,000,000.00
Film Marvel Showing the Story
of the
TITANIC
Carried Out to the Smallest Detail
Today Only Today Only
Lamara Theater
If you want the beet im Com
mercial photography, Kodak Tln
lihing and Enlarging, Sse
McCULLOCH & HOWARD
15 East Adams Street
We have the only panorama, ca
mera in the valley.
California Restaurant
Under new management.
Give us a trial!
If you have a Perfection, Revonec,
Florence Automatic or a Peerless
oil stove, I have the oil that la
guaranteed and recommended by
the manufacturers.
PHOENIX OIL CO.
BENNETT LTJMBE2
COMPANY
Everything is Lumber
SHOES
and Hosiery That's all
Harry A. Brachman ShoeCo
M WEST ADAMS ST.
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WANTED
WANTED Good Grain Kicks.
PHOENIX WOOD AND COAL CO.
South 3rd St. and Ja-fcs n
LUMBER
See Ua for Price
Prion 1204
OMALLEY LUMBER CO.
GEO. W. McCLARTY
Electrical . Contractor
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
208-210 West Wash. St.
Phones 407
Do your teeth ache? If so consult
Dr. Belt, the New System Dentist.
All work absolutely painless. Los
Angeles prices.
DR. BELT
Phone S0 U Mcnlhon Bldg.

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