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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY. MORNING, MARCH 20, 1914
A Big Crop Alfalfa
The first thing needed is a good Deering Mower,
one that will cut in any grass, one that has no side
draft, a full ledger plate with sharp cutting edges,
broad high wheels, a tilting cutter bar that rises
even at both ends at the same time controlled easily
by a foot lever.
SVcond: An all-steel self-dump Deering Hay Rake.
Come in.
EZRA W. THAYER
Everything in Hardware.
124-130 E. Washington St
AMUSEMENTS
LION
THEATER
TODAY
"Wynona's Vengeance," two reels, "101" Bison, featuring Grace Cunard
and Francis Ford. "Hearts Entangled," Pearl White, Crystal film. "Al
most An Actress," Joker Comedy Tickles the World.
THE REGALE
210-212 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.
Harts' Wigwam
LAMAKA Tllc best
HBk B 1P ft latest moving pictures, from 9 a. m. to 11 p. m.
ff"a L A Bki Entire change of pictures every day
B THEATRE
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Try A Republican Want Ad.
127-133 E. Adams.
TODAY
A two-reel feature
CONSCIENCE
It's an interesting drama
First Avenue FEATURE
PICTURES Change every
Sim.-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
. -. . - "k wwm A l-k-T" Tl
movinS pictures at popular
prices.
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.
Kelly-RowB Musical Comedy Co.
Presenting Tonight
"A Dancing Girl"
Two Shows Nightly
Adults 10c, 20c and 30c.
Children Be.
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GreatTrials
Hisfory
TRIAL OF
LORD CARDIGAN
There has been only one trial of a
peer of England before the Sovereign
in Parliament since 1776. This was
Lord Cardigan, whose very name was
odious to the people and who, by what
may be inferred from the words of
Macaulay, could not go into a theater
without being insulted, and could not
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was raised against him.
Lord Cardigan, at the time of his
trial, was commanding officer of the
Eleventh Iluzzars, and many were the
insults given to other officers of the
same iegiment, by the sending of in
sulting messages, the flogging of a
soldier on Sunday between the services,
where half an hour before the sol
dier's comrades had mustered for wor
ship, and finally Lord Cardigan went
so far as to fight a duel with a lieuten
ant who had left the corps, and shot
him through the body.
In September, 1840, a letter was in
serted in the "Morning Chronicle" de
nouncing Lord Cardigan with reference
to his insults and, in other words, writ
ing a letter which, although true, was
not expected to make the public any
more friendly towards the despotic of
ficer and Lord. It was signed "An Old
Soldier," but was written by a Captain
Harvey Tuckett, whose name and ad
dress were (with his consent) given to
Lord Cardigan on his application to the
"Chronicle."
A challenge was sent, and the two
fought a duel on Wimbledon Common
near a windmill. At the second ex
change of shots Captain Tuckett was
wounded and the parties were taken
into custody by the miller at the wind
mill, who had, to prevent the recur
rence of duels on the common, some
time before been made a constable.
Under the Magna Charter -a peer
tried for felony must be tried by his
peers, and on February 16, 1841, a bril
liant array of these dignitaries were
assembled at the Peers' Chamber. Car
digan was first taken to task by the
Bishop of London for his language,
and Lord Eldon expressed his inability
A
Special engagement of
Ti
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Hashville
10
PEOPLE
10
in a minstrel first part
and
Four specialties
Two
Shows
Per
Night
Coliseum
Theater
10c and 20c
Students
to understand how a man could fight
a duel without some amount of de
linquency, while the Bishop of London
stigmatized dueling as "a shame and a
scandal, the remains of the system of
chivalry, barbarous, wicked and un
christian." The miller whose name was Thomas
Hunt Dann, was first called. On Sat
urday, September 12, 1840, about five
o'clock in the afternoon, he said two
carriages stopped on the edge of the ;
common from which Lord Cardigan j
and three other gentlemen alighted,
after which he witnessed the duel. He
took all four into custody, but allowed
Tuckett, having been wounded, to pro
ceed to his home on giving him his
visiting card.
But the prosecution suddenly found
themselves in a quandary. Xo wit
ness to the transaction could prove the
real Christian names of Captain Tuck
ett, the onl? Christian name of his they
knew was "Hervey." A chemist knew
him as Harvey Tuckett, and Mr. Codd,
an army agent, knew him as Harvey
Garnet Phipps Tuckett, but had not
seen him at Hamilton Place or Poultry
Place, and consequently could not con
nect him with the Harvey Tuckett
mentioned by the miller and the chem
ist. Lord Dcnman was not the man,
where a defendant's liberty was in
peril, to refuse him the benefit of any
flaw, howover trivial. There was, he
observed: "An absolute want of cir
cumstances to connect the individual
at whom the pistol was fired and who
afterwards was seen wounded at Ham
ilton Place, with the half-pay officer
known us Mr. Codd as bearing the
names set forth in the indictment. The
mere fact of the wounded persons bear
ing some of the names used by the
half-pay officer is no proof that the
former and the latter are the same."
The peers concurred in the proposal,
strangers were re-admitted and silence
proclaimed. The Lord High Steward
then put the question individually to
every peer, calling the names from a
list. Addressing the junior baron he
inquired: "John Lord Keane, how says
your Lordship, is James Thomas, Earl
of Cardigan, guiity of the felony where
of he stands indicted, or not guilty?"
Whereupon Lord Keane, standing up
in his place uncovered, and laying his
right hand on his breast, answered.
"Not guilty, upon my honor." AH the
peers present concurred in this un
qualified verdict with the exception of
the Duke of Cleveland, who answered.
"Not guilty legally, upon my honor."
And thus Cardigan escaped punish
ment for a crime of which he was
guilty, but not technically so.
Tomorrow Trial of Massachusetts
Quakers.
REAL EXCITEMENT
"Yes," said the meek-looking man,
I've no doubt you've had some great
hunting expeiiences in your travels
abroad."
"I have Indeed."
"Buffalo hunting
"Yes."
"And bear hunting "
"Of course."
"Well, just come around and lot
my wife take you house hunting and
bargain hunting with her. Then
you'll begin to know what real ex
citement is." Philadelphia Record.
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fitted according to the individual
needs of the figure. Comfortable, hy
gienic and stylish. Helen Jennings,
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Typewriters
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.
35 East Adams: Overland 670. tf
ARf.HITFP.TS Jt mm riCDQ
ATTENTION PROSPECTIVE BUILD
ERS Plans to suit free; if we do your work,
special attention to percentage work,
or will contract, Al references. R.
A. Gray, architect. Green McAbee,
supt construction. Room 7 Central
block. Phone 1353. Office hours 2 to 5
P- M. 3dk
Lodge Notices
Phoenix Lodge
No.. 2, Knights of
Pythias, meets 7:30
p m. every Friday.
Visiting members
Invited. Clarence
E. Ice. C. C.
Center. W. C. Powell, K. R. & S.
Phone Office 5G7; Residence, 209R5.
PHOENIX LODGE
No. 708 Loyal Order
of Moose. Meetings
every Tuesday, L O.
O F. Hall. Visiting
brothers Invited. Wal
ter J. Hayt, Dictator;
Walter R. Vaa Tyne,
Secretary.
D. D. HORNING
For sale Lands In small or large
acreage; also city propertv.
INSURANCE AND LOANS
RENTALS, COLLECTIONS
Office 411 West Monroe St.
Cor. 4th Ave. Phoenix.
WHEN YOU-WANT A CAR for
short or long trips we have 4 at your
service. We assemble loads for Roose
velt. Phone 799 or 431. Cross & Bor
ree. tf
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See Our
Hat Man
When you get ready to don that new hat,
see our hat man. He's a wonder when it
comes to covering heads correctly. We'll
fetch out scores of new Spring headwear
creations for you to choose from; shapes,
shades and textures of a very striking na
ture. His personal interest in a proper
selection will make your purchase here, a
most satisfactorv one. We have them
priced from $3.00 to $12.00.
(W
The maerial beinsr woven to our order you are as
sured of exclusive patterns and colorings in all
grades from $1.50 up. Look for the purple band
across the neck of every shirt; it's the mark of
TROY'S BEST PRODUCT
EARL CD. WILSON
MAKERS OF RED-MAN COLLARS
PHONE 502
SHOUP'S
LUMBER YARD
This advertisement is real, genuine news and should be on the front
pages of all the newspapers of Phoenix and surrounding towns with
out cost to me.
You all know that lumber has been reduced from three to ten dol
lars a thousand feet the past few months and most of you know
who did It. Considering the capital invested, I am sure, I am doing
more business than any lumber firm in Phoenix. And a good way to
continue to keep the price down is to buy more lumber from my
yard, for as my business increases I can make a little closer prices
and cause the bigger fellows to figure closer, too. Six months ago
there was no competition. When you asked for the price of lumber
you were told that dimension lumber was $35.00 a thousand, and fin
ish $75.00; shingles $4.50 and further than that, you were told to fig
ure your own bills.
We do not figure bills; they all figure for you now, don't they?
Write for personal letters, drive to your place and coax you to let
them figure even unto annoyance. Who brought about the change?
Now, to get the lumber out of one shed which I have to move and
enlarge, I am going to sell 75,000 feet of 1x12, 2x4, 2x6, at $15.00 per
thousand, and 10,000 feet x3 battens and inch ceiling at $20.00,
4,000 feet of resaw at $10.'00.
Better get In on this at once.
BUY YOUR
FISH AND
OYSTERS
AT THE RIGHT PLACE
The only exclusive fisli and oyster market in Phoe
nix. Look at This Assortment
Lobster Oysters
Barracuda ' Halibut
Rock Cod Catfish
Fresh Mackeral Sole
x Smelt Salmon
Sand Dabs Crabs
Received fresh every day by express from the coast.
Phone 1109 and wc will make prompt delivery.
California Fish and
Oyster Market
119 North First Avenue
Home of the "Schoble" Hat.
SHIRTS
517 E. WASHINGTON
E. S. WAKELIN CO.
WHOLESALE
GROCERS
Garden City Restaurant
New Location
21-23 East Adams St.
MACHINERY
Machinery of all kind built, re
built or repaired. Best equipped
shop In state. Only expert me
chanics. Work guaranteed.
OVERLAND AUTO CO.
326-328-330 N. Centrsl
BEST FOR SEWER
connections. Specify eur ma
. chine made cement pipe
CEMENT PIPE CO.
Phone 1312 645 E. Jackson Bt
Phoenix Laundry:
PrcUct Your Clothes j
Tribolet's Market
Opposite City Hall, 114 EL Wash
ington Street
Phones: O 788, 78.
If you want the beet la Com
mercial photography, Kodak Fin
ishing and Enlarging, See
McCULLOCH & HOWARD
15 Eatt Adams Street
We have the only paiiorart,, ca
mera in the valley.
California Restaurant
Under new management.
Give us a trial I
If you have a Perfection, Revonec,
Florence Automatic or a Peerless
oil stove, I have the oil that is
guaranteed and recommended by
the manufacturers.
PHOENIX OIL CO.
BENNETT LTJMEEEj
COMPANY j
Everything IE Lumber J
SHOES
and Ilosierv That's all
Barry A. Drachir.an ShoeCo
t WEST ADAM! ST.
ti.
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WAIMTED
WANTED Good Grain Sacks.
PHOENIX WOOD AND COAL CO.
South 3rd St. ar..i Ja- ks n
LUMBER
h Us for Prices
Phone 1204
CMALLEY 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 COS 11 Monlhon Bldf.
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