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THE AUIZONA KEP.UBLICAN, TUESDAY MOKNKSU, MARCH 24, 1914 Farm Implements If it is alfalfa you want to handle we have the tools, Deerinii iuck 1 Jukes, the Jake with four wheels, one that v.-11 caii-y over any borders .nc1 easily op erated. Steel Self-Dump liny IJakcs, Steel Side Delivery" Hay IJakes, Decrins Ideal (liant Mowers, Horse and Power K. C. Hay Presses. Call and see these Implements and get prices. EZRA W. THAYER .. Evei'vthincr in Hardware. 124-130 E. Washington St. 127-1:33 E. Adams. U u GreatTrials Hisfory AMUSEMENTS LION THEATER TODAY The Fourth Installment of OUR MUTUAL GIRL Don't Miss It. TRIAL OF THE DUC DE CHOISEUL-PRASLIN TODAY Two-Reel Powers, "A STOLEN IDENTITY" Nestor, "A GREATER LOVE" Nestor Comedy, "HIS BROTHER'S WIVES" THE REGALE 210-212 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. Harts' Wigwam First Avenue FEATURE PICTURES Change every Sun.-Tnes.-Thurs.-Sat. I A lit A I) A THE THEATER COMFORTABLE I A It I A If The best moving pictures at popular prices. PLAZA THEATRE Latent moving pictures, from 9 a. m. to 11 p. m. Entire change of pictures every day A. R. CAVANESS, Mgr. I PRINCE LUDWIG Miniature llusieal Cartoonist LA FALLETTE & CO. Magicians and Illusionists ROSS & STUART German Comedy Singing and Talking THE LATEST IN MOVIES 10s AND 20c Boston Ideal Opera Co. presents "FRA DIAVOLO" , 20 people 20 Same Old Prices 10. 20. HO. Two Shows Per Xight Starting 7:45 and 9:15. m7 21 4 vii 1 1 in na i I I M II U II I 1 I I H V 1 ff l iv 41 " me it JacB CHAnUtw 2 SHOWS 31 NlfiHTlY tF Sifts I COMEDVil COMPANf 'I FRITZ FIELDS-HAUL WAINWRtSHT XS iVZZllf l it TONIGHT Schultz in Venice the 1914 Fashion Show AND THE AMATEURS I ft 4 Phoenix to Globe IN EIGHT HOURS On Auto Stage Over Scenic P.oute by the ROOSEVELT DAM Cars run each way daily; make reservations at Commercial Hotel. Gila Valley Auto Transfer Company j-ririrMnrii'..'.iiii i i n-,-.-.-ii-iri-irim No Moodier or more inexcusable murder is recorded in the pages of history than that of the Duchess of Praslin by her husband, the Duke de Choiseul-Praslin.j In a measure it was one of the principal causes that led to the French Revolution of 1S48. Every vice of the time was traced to the aris tocracy. The people looked upon the nobility as the cause of all their trouble. They watched with suspicion every act of this class which tended to resklessnes and immorality. The na tion was in this state when the Duke of Fraslin murdered his wife. She was n woman of most excellent accom plishments. Tile interest in the trial excited much attention in this country, Mr the reason that the governess of the Praslin family left Paris shortly after the murder and took up a resi dence in New York. The old blood-royal of France flowed in the veins of the Choiseul-Praslin family. The Due who brought disgrace upon the name was born in 1805, and at the age of twenty he married Fanny, a daughter of Count Sabastiani, a dis tinguished French general. The Due and Duchess had. by the union, three sons and six daughters. For some years before the murder grave discord had arisen between the pair. One serious cause of quarrel was said to be the influence which the gov erness of his daughters, Mils. Deluzy- Desportes, had gained over the Due. The Duchess objected to the continu ance of this lady in the family, and particularly complained of her es- stranging from her the affections of her daughters. At last the governess was compelled to quit, but instead of leaving Paris she tonk up quarters nearby the Pras lin home, where she was frequently visited by the Due. On August 17, 1847, the Praslin fam ily moved from their country residence, where they had been spending the sum mer, to their superb Paris home in the Rue du Faubourg St. Honore. After their arrival the Due and his three daughters went to visit the former governess, and upon their return the father retired to his room, about eleven o'clock. The Duchess was also out during the evening and returned to her home and went to her room about 9:30. She dis missed her maid. Her body was dis covered the following morning early near the chimney of her room pierced with about forty wounds. The news spread like wildfire and all Paris was excited. An investigation was instant ly begun. Everything proved that the Duchess had attempted to escape from her assassin. The first blow had been given while she was in bed. The mur derer, necessarily covered with blood. must have left traces of it on his way: and that stained way was found to be towards the apartment of her husband. Drops and marks of blood were visible from the doer of .the Duchess' cabinet to the door of the Duke's bedroom. The Duke made a statement on August 18 in whicn he described how, having heard a noise in the Duchess' room, he went there and found her lying hy the chimney covered with blood. He claimed that the blood car ried between the room of his wife and his own was on account of the blood that he had gotten on himself whi'e coming to the assistance of the Duchess. At the preliminary examination Charpentier, the Duke's valet, and Mar garet Leelere, a domestic, gave dam aging testimony against their master. Then came the examination berore the Chancellor Pasquier, President of the Chamber of Peers. That official earn estly adjured the Duke to relieve his mind by a frank confession of the crime. They also examined most carefully Mile. Deluzy as to the rela tions between herhelf, the Duke and the children. When the Chancellor asked her if she did not think her actions were rr .. IH Quit Before I Make Panic Clothes!" When "Hard Times" had become most acute, in 1893, when Almighty Dollar was sulking in his strong box, a delegation of Stein-Bloch salesmen called upon Nathan Stein, founder and upholder of this house. "The public cannot afford to pay the prices asked for the ciothes we are turning out," they said to him. "The only way to keep this business going is to make clothes that cost less." Nathan Stein listened patiently. When the salesmen had finished, he sprang to his feet and fairly shouted the words quoted in the heading above. The meeting stood adjourned. Some years later, when manipulation of cotton in clothes fabrics had become a fine art, and when it was difficult to obtain absolutely all-wool cloths that could be put into popular-priced suits and overcoats, this same Nathan Stein was importuned to lower hia all-wool standard in order to meet competition. "That isn't competition," he declared. "That's plain stealing. J won't talk bout it Good dayl " These two incidents show how straight the Stein-Bloch trail hat been . through all the years how straight it is today how straight it will con tinue to be. And they show why it is that clothe made by this house are cAoradtrclothea, The Stein-Bloch Co. Rochester. N.Y. IWeiTe TfcU Mrtt tta Mil IllSBr rill The Kind of Clothes We Sell WE are proud of the fact that we sell Stein Bloch Clothes. Proud in many ways. When a store, with merchan dising ideals above the ordi nary, joins those makers of . merchandise whose name stands for 59 years of success in producing the finest .of garments, that Union means much to you as a prospective buyer. Here you meet an ideal com bination. World famed Stein Bloch Clothes and a store service away above the com monplace. Stein-Bloch clothes of character for Spring are here at this char acter store. Maywe show you? E. S. WAKELIN CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS Garden City Restaurant New Location 21-23 East Adams St. MACHINERY Machinery of all kinds built, re built or repaired. Best equipped shop in atate. Only expert me chanics. Work guaranteed. OVERLAND AUTO CO. 0K0'M-9'ft M Central f W.W - ' " . . . - C I Phone 1312 BEST FOR SEWER connections. Specify eur ma chine made cement pipe CEMENT PIPE CO. E45 E. Jackson St Phoenix Laundry Pretect Your Clothe Phone 1530 Tribolet's Market Oppoalte City Hall, 114 E. Wash ington Street Phones: O 788, 78. Bow to Save Husbands or SonsWho Drink THE SURE WAY IS TO SEND THEM TO THE NEAL INSTI TUTE FOR THREE DAYS 1 wax SUBSUME SAFETY LAMP iWi to try In your homeodeyo. Incandescent 300 Candle tt&H Power. Gives better light than KM, electricity, acete- "ajH 1 - .. .... ! ; . -,. tittni a. AftA-tanth tk. fln. For iiomert. Btoreti. Kalli and churches. Burns common sABoline. Abtiolutelr safe. COSTS VM'iLY One CLtNT FEK muni 3-.i3rTiteed 5 years. Nowick. NoculmnT. No mantle trouble. Nodlrt, Noamoke ;MNoodr. A perfect light for every purpoee. Takend- CDrPlRI PDIrC il Tantase Of our 5 day Free Trial Otfer. Write today. Ul a-vina iiiivm A Fret Demonstration to Evsryont Who Answers This Advartlttmint. George Hamlin, 1138 East Monroe Street. For yo-irs the Ne:il Drink It.-vbit Trpatment has been relieving, men and women of the uwfnl cravinK for drink, at sixty Xeal Institutes in the principal cities of the world. It is a safe, sure, internal, vegetable treat ment hypodermic injections are never used that removes the crav ing and necessity for drink in three days. It will make your drinking husbands and sons sober, useful men. It can be administered at home by the wife, mother or sister. If your husband, or son, has a craving for drink he cannot resist it is your duty to see that he has the benefit of the Neal Treatment. Call, today, at the Phoenix Xeal Institute, southeast coiner Eleventh and Culver and in vestigate, or write or phone J. W. MeCann, Jlunngcr, for full informa tion. Tomorrow " may bo too late. All drug habits treated. must painful t the Iwrhess, she re plied: "Quite the reverse. I relieve Miilan t!e Praslin w is m"re occupied with her-feelings about her husband than about her children, whom she scarcely saw. and whom she sent away, when their father was present, in order to bo alone with him.' When he was no longer there, she voluntar ily kept herself at a distance from the children .in order that she might use such conduct as a weapon against him in her reproaches touching his way of managing their household. Sh" was no doubt jealous even of the attention her husband paid to their children." The Court of Peers, having secured sufficient evidence to hold the husband, prepared .the affair for trial in the chamber. Suddenly a report spread that the Duke was poisoned that he was dying that he was dead. The ef fect of this news upon the public was beyond description. The Duke de Praslin expired in the Luxemburg, whither he had been transferred in the darkness of night to avoid the fury of the populace. He took poison after ho saw his plans defeated of hiding the murder. ' Tomorrow Trial of Dr. Jameson. o REVENUE LAWS BROKEN BY ELECTRIC NEEDLE If yon want the beet lm Com merclal photography, Kodak n iahlng and Enlarging, See Mcculloch & Howard 15 East Adams 8treet We have the only panorama esv . I. . V. ... II.... mem iU HiC .aiicy. q 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. PLUMES AND EASTER ARE MOVING RAPIDLY Notification to Those Intending to Make Easter Gifts New Way to Get at Contents of Whiskey Bottle (Special Correspondence) TUCSON, March 23. Consider the grief of . the man who bought a bot tle of fine old whiskey, and found, aa he asserts, that t lie genuine old stuff had been removed and inferior and nameless liquor, wholly impossible for a connoisseur, had been substi tuted. The bottle- was turned over to I'nited States Commissioner Edwin K. Jones, who forwarded it to a dep uty United States revenue agent at Phoenix. . Should it prove true, as appears more than probable, that the bonded contents have been tampered with by means of cutting out the glass bottom of the bottle with tin electric needle, prosecutions may follow. The offence is punishable by u fine of from STiO to ti)ti0 or imprisonment in the federal penitentiary for not more than twu vears. This method enables the substitu tion artist to get the high-priced contents . without breaking the gov ernment seal over, the stopper. The real stuff is disposed of over the bar at the regular price. The infeiior Whiskey substituted costs t the dealer only a bagatelle. He gets the high Easter plumes are going fast at Balke's Hig Curio store, but not faster than Easter is coming. The rapidity of the motion of both is so great that those who do not hurry may not be able to make Easter gifts to lady friends who are expecting them. They should remember that an Easter gift of an Arizona ostrich plume will be a gift for next Easter, the Easter after that and many' Eastern for these plumes will last a life time. The Big Curio store will undertake the mailing of the plumes to any part of the country. They will be neatly packed and their safe delivery will be guaranteed. They wil be specially in sured against loss or damage. In case of damage, if the plume is returned to the Big Curio store it will be re placed. Some Intending giver may prefer something cheaper . than an ostnen idume. He will find a handsome line of ostrich feather fans of all siss and all prices, all surprisingly low. Next to the pume, nothing could be i more suitable than an ostrich feather fan. And, then, there are the Easter cards, imported from Germany, fa mous for its manufacture of gift and post cards. They are selling at the Big Curio store at ten cents a dozen. Buyers who see them wonder at the price, hut that is all that is asked for them. (Advertisement.) 0- AT Competitions in High School Work, Week Beginning April 13 In university week (April 13 to IS) the University of Arizona will make an innovation in offering besides the athletic contests competitions in var ious kinds of high school work. The departments chosen for this for the current year are English, mathemat ics (commercial arithmetic), physics, chemistry and home economics. In the experimental courses the student would be given a set experi ment to perform, the apparatus would be prepared for him in advance and excellency in the contest would be judged by promptness and accuracy In the performance of the experiment and in the clearness and neatness of the notes that would be written after the experiment. As an Incentive to scholarship in these contests, the regents of the university, on recommendation of the president, have voted to award the successful contestant in each one of these five contests a prize scholar ship to be used in the freshman year of the university; this scholarship to cover registration, tuition and labor atory fees for that year, but not the fees for student enterprises. Only members of senior classes of Arizona high schools are eligible to these prize scholarships even if oth ers should be admitted, to the contest. BENNETT L1TMBEE COMPANY ZYrytklnf l Lumber SHOES and Hosiery That's all Harry A. Drachman ShoeCo tt WEST ADAM! IT. BEFORE COMMISSION Lumber Rate Between Flagstaff and Globe Excessive According to Complaint T- Walter Jones .and Jeffreys Lewis are among well known players ap pearing in (lie new farce comedy, "The Third Party." The Corporation Commission yester day was engaged in "hearing the claim for reparation made by the Olobe lumber merchants against the rail- riiads of the state having lines which enter into the joint haul from Flag staff to Olobe on several car loads of lumber. The . lumber was shipped by the Saginaw Manistee Company to Globe and the rate charged for the service rohditred by the company was exces sive to the extent of nearly $1200 ac cording to the complaint. After hear ing the evidence the commission took the case under advisement. The matter of the rate of transpor tation charged the Campbell United Shows wits ; also considered. An order in this case Is expected in a few days. 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