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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1914 1 Things Needed Ball Bearing Lawn Mowers, Cotton and Rubber Hose, t Fountain Sprinklers, Grass Hooks and Shears, Sprinkling Cans, Rakes, Shovels and Hoes J See our line, the most complete in town. EZRA W. '.'Everything in 124-130 E. AVasliington St. QUALITY Capital City Laundry Incorporated George A. Tinney, President and General Manage1" THE NEW UP-TO-DATE LAUNDRY PLANT OF CAPACITY COURTESY FAIRNESS Amusements The Avenue Theatre Lion Theatre LAMARA Regale Theatre It's Cool at the GARDENS TuniRht Only "THE DOCTOR'S DECEIT," a two-reel Imp drama; "MIKE AND JAKE, PUGILISTS," a Joker, that is a Joker, and "THE PURCHASE PRICE," by Nestor. Shooting Stars No Extra Charge Hi Jc Parker Woodman Amusement Co, Parker Woodman Amusement Co. ORDINANCE NO. 5 AX ORDINANCE MAKING IT UNLAWFUL FOR ANY PERSON TO SWEEP DUST, DIRT OR AC CUMULATIONS ON OR OFF THE SIDEWALKS IN THE BUSINESS I PORTION OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX AFTER THE HOUR OF 6:30 A. M. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE NIX, as follows: Sec. 1. It shall be unlawful for any person to sweep, scrub or flush the dust, dirt, or refuse, on, upon, over, off or from, any public side walk of the City of Phoenix within the business section thereof, or to throw or place thereon or move or remove therefrom, any dust, dirt or refuse, between the hours of 6:30 a. m. and. 9:30 p. m., or to do or perform any act or thing thereon or therewith during any hours whatso ever which shall affect or menace the health or safety, or interfere with the convenience or comfort, of the public generally or of any per-, son or -persons lawfully -using the same. See. 2. For the purposes of this ordinam-e, the business section of the city Is fixed and determined to be on The Lawn THAYER Hardware" 127-133 E. Adams SERVICE Drama "OLD RELIABLE" Comedy "Whiffles Picks a Partner" 2-Reel Diplomatic Free Lane; Than liauser production entitled "The Cat's Paw." James "ruze plays the lead. Cumin? June 2, 3. 4 "NAPOLEON AND FRANCE" IN 8 REELS. SEE IT 20c and 30c 210-12 E. Washington. The only house running first-run pictures of Universal service. Complete change of program daily. At the Sign of the Green Mill ADMISSION 10c 4 Big Acts Complete Change Every Tues Tuesday THE LATEST IN MOVIE8 10o and 20o Frank Wolf Presents the Harry (Irish) Barnard Musical Comedy Company Tonight "AT SARATOGA" Two shows starting 7:45 and 9:15 10c, 20c, 30c that portion of the City of Phoenix bounded and defined on the north by the center line of Van Buren street or. the east by the center line of Fourth street, on the south by the center line of Madison street, and on the west by the center line of Fourth avenue. Sec. 3. Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misde meanor, and upon conviction there of shall be punished by a fine in a sum not less than five dollars nor more than fifty dollars, or by im prisonment for not less than five days nor more than fifty days, or by both such fine and imprison ment. Sec. . 4. This ordinance shall take effect from and after thirty days after its passage by .the Commission and its approval by the Mayor; and shall be published ten days, as re quired by the city charter. Passed by the Commission of the City of Phoenix on May 12, 1914. Approved May 12,-1914. . GEO. U. YOUNG. Attest! ' Mnyor, FRANK THOMAS. City Clerk, ; u gte v GreatTrials History TRIAL OF FRENCH COMMUNISTS The system of French communism dates back to feudal times, but when the term is used without qualification it usually has reference to the Com mune of Paris of 1871, and represents the Insurrectionary body or organized mob which was in control of Paris from March 18 to May 27 of that year. When the German army of occupa tion left Paris in March there were al most immediately signs of revolt, and the "Reds" or "Communists" rose against the French regular troops and, supported by the National guard, took possession of the city. Generals Le comte and Clement Thomas were shot and the national assembly was de clared void. The administration of the Commune was notoriously incompetent, and the new national government exerted every effort to dispossess it of the reins of government. On May 24 the Commun ists set fire to the public buildings, the palace of the Tuileries being destroyed and a large number of eminent French men were massacred. There was a hand-to-hand struggle'on May 27 and the Communists were overthrown. Then followed many arrests, the leaders of the revolutionists were put to death" or imprisoned or banished. Most of those banished were, pardoned n 1SS0. Many of the leaders had es caped prosecution through having been killed in the final struggle of the event ful 27th, but fully 30,000 communists were taken prisoners. Many were exe cuted without mercy, while others were distributed to various prisons to await trial, among whom were Roessel, Assi, Grousset and others, who were cap tured after the resistance was at an end. . The trial of the communist prisoners was begun on August 7, 1871, with the reading of the indictments. Some of the prisoners treated the proceedings with levity, especially Ferre and Assi. Witnesses testified that they saw the former release prisoners from prison ind give them arms. Assi boastfully admitted the share he had taken in the execution of captives and justified it by the laws of retaliation resorted to by all civilized nations in time of war. The extraordinary statements of the witnesses and the audacity of the ac cused frequently caused such scenes of excitement in the court room that the president of the court was obliged to call on officers to enforce order. The examination of witnesses was conclud ed on August 23. and the counsel for the prisoners commenced to sum up. The case was finally disposed of on September J with the following result as to the leadersr- Ferri. Lullier and Brinsey were condemned to death: Ur liain and Prinquet to imprisonment for life with hard labor; seven others, including Assi, to deportation and con finement in a fortress, with various other sentences for those who were less active as leaders. Then the cases of Rochefort, Rossel and Marroteau were taken up. as well Accomodation Always at BEARS Free Telephone Service ; Parcels checked here at alt hours ; ; Free. Rest Room for Everyone Postal service, where you can get i ' money orders, stamps nnd regis- ! ' ter letters when main post office ; ; is closed. Bears deliver free and freely. Phone 663 BEAR IN MIND 31 : BEARS SHOULD BE YOUR i DRUG STORE BEAR Opposite City Hall as the female incendiaries. It required only two days to convict the women, four of whom were sentenced to death, one to imprisonment in a fortress and one to ten years' solitary confinement. The trial of Rossel was concluded on September 8, when he was sentenced to military degradation and death. Rochefort's trial was concluded on September 21 when hewas sentenced to transportation to a penal colony for life. Much sympathy was felt for Ros sel especially and both his father and mother made piteous appeals to Presi dent Thiers, begging that his life might be spured. Much as Thiers was affected by this interview, he refused to inter fere and at 6 o'clock on November 28, 1871, the prisoners, Rossel, Ferre and Bourgeois were taken from their cells to the camp of Sartary and thence they were escorted by a large force to the place fixed upon for the execution in the outskirts of the camp. On ar riving there a hollow square was formed by the troops. The behavior of the three men was most courageous. When all the preparations were com pleted, the company leveled their mus kets at the word of command and fired. Rossel fell at the first discharge, in stantly killed. The others were not so fortunate and it was necessary for the soldiers to use their pistols to put them out of their agony. There were three thousand troops of the line pres ent to witness the execution. The assassins of Archbishop Darboy were tried later and one was sentenced to death on January 23. -On May 25 three more communists were shot and there were a number of other execu tions from time to time throughout the year. FANCY POULTRY (Continued from Page Three) winning hens were of the highest quality and capable of winning honors in any show on this continent not even excepting "Madison Square Gar den", New York and when we look over the White Plymouth Rock ex hibit we find more of the high quali ty birds; White Wyandottes were another nice class, though many of the best birds were in heavy moult. Evi dently Arizona is partial to white poultry, the exhibit of White Leg horns was immense, but greater care is needed in conditioning this var iety and it was evident that egg pro duction is the chief object of the exhibitors. "The Anccnas made a very pretty exhibit with some very high quality J brds from California in the bunch, this is the breed that is. gradually creeping into White Leghorn terri tory, and they breed their layers and exhibition birds from the same flock too. ; "'The Rhode Island Reds were not out in such great numbers but amongst the winners were to be found birds oC high quality, this is the difficult 'breed to raise, but has a tremendous 'hold on Arizona and California, and 'is going to be quite one of the lead ing varlties at your future shows so it is satisfactory to see the local fanciers starting out so well with this variety. "Evidently Minorcas have lost ground in this section but what few specimens that were grown were good. "Barred Plymouth Rocks seem to have fallen down this year and miss the great boost California exhibitors hae given them at this state fair in former years. Then again, the old question is raised "do you want Cal ifornia exhibits to come in and carry off a large share of the wards? That is something you must settle for yourselves, remember such exhibits' always uplift an exhibit and also some of the best specimens remain in the yards of your breeders lifter the show and are purchased for much less money than by sending back to a big breeder in the east and paying the price for his name. "But to return to the show, the Bantam exhibit though not large, had some wonderful models in the coops, the Cornish cock w:as a wonder, never saw the like before; Black Cochins were another warm class, with some nice Golden Sebrights to fill out the list. "Stepping over into the adjoining building were a large array of tur keys, geese, ducks and pigeons, evi dently by the size and quality Ari zona is a turkey country, the Bronze Turkey exhibit certainly tackled my strength and adjucating powers, al ways a difficult class where quality abounds, as the birds are so similar in type and general color, however, after consuming about an hour I think the awards speak for themselves just here I might say a word of cau tion to your turkey raisers, don't breed from birds with black feathers in wing, nor from crooked breasts. "White Holland and Burbons were fins exhibits showing that the Bronze has not the field all to themselves. "I don't know what the prospects for the goose industry are in Arizona, but I presume very limited, I found the few exhibits on hand of only fair quality. "Ducks made up a good class with Pekins easily in the lead. "The pigeon display made up as it was of a large number of varieties, hardly got the cooping advantages it deserved. I not the Carnean have already made a big hit here, so I suppose Phoenix has already got her squab plants to cater to the high class trade for this community. "Pheasants, Guinea Fowl and Pea fowl added to the long list of ex hits. "As I have said above, the fair commission are fortunate to have at their elbow a good live poultry or ganization to help boost this section of exhibits and we all hope for still greater improvement in buildings and equipment in the near future, evi dently things are moving along a safe path." -o WATCH FOR THE NEW CHASE TRUCKS. (Advertisement.) tf ... o ' Hire a little salesman ,i The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. OPEN FORUM FO I .The very important issue of state wide prohibition has been raised. A campaign in favor of a constitutional amendment will be shortly instituted. This, like all other important ques tions has two sides, on each of which are found honest and intelligent per sons. The Republican has decided to pro vide for a reasonable discussion of this issue in its pages, allowing to each side at least a half column daily for signed articles, for which there will be no charge. No anonymous article will be published. It is only stipulated that the com nunlcations for and against prohibi PRACTICAL EFFICIENCY AND ALCOHOL Most of us who are past fitfy years of age can remember when it was commonly considered essential for a man to have alcoholic liquor whenever engaged in any work, physical or mental, that called for unusual exercise of his powers. The "harvest hands," the soldiers on the march, the sailor before the naval battles, the lawyer in a difficult case, the orator before the great au dience; all strengthened themselves, as they supposed, for their various tasks by moderate amounts of alco hol. Today both science and experi ence declare that alcohol does not strengthen but weakens all mental and physical processes. The recent order of Secretary of the Navy Daniels, on the advice of Surgeon General Braistead prohibiting the use or introduction for drinking purposes of alcoholic liquors on board any naval vessel or within any naval yard or station is because of the fact that naval warfare requires the high est efficiency. Emperor William of Germany has been quoted as saying that the next great naval battle will be won by the nation that has the greatest percentage of total abstain ers In is navy. The V. S. Steel Corporation, through A. C Dinkey, president, and Thomas McDonald, superintendent of the Youngstown district, has issued a sweeping order to the effect that hereafter men who use liquor shall have no advancement. This action is said to be due to the belief that Inc use of liquor by employes is one of the most prolific causes of accidents. Most of the railroads of the coun try have made rules against employ ing men who drink, because of low ered efficiency and more frequent ac cidents resulting therefrom. Colonel Mans, chief engineer of the eastern division of the I'. S. army. In his report to the war de partment says: "No one who uses alcoholic beverages should be ap pointed to important positions, civil or military, to the command of mili tary or naval forces or to any other position of importance or responsi bility." Connie Mack, in an interview given in the May McClure's, attributes the success of the Athletics to "clean living and quick thinking," and these are both hindered by alcohol; and further on he says: "Now do not get off on the wrong foot. Booze is not common among the high grade play ers. It was coimon twenty years ago, but today it is rare in the ma jors boozing. Keep in mind that steady, moderate drinking gets a ball PHOENIX PH0EMIX.AHIZ. Vw,,..,,-i-P Phoenix to Globe IN EIGHT HOURS On Auto Stage Over Scenlo Rout by the ROOSEVELT DAM Cars run each way dally; make reservations at Commercial HoteL Gila Valley Auto Transfer Company TjmjfM-MmrMri"iiii-i" - -- -- - - ' - STATE WIDE PROHIBITION tion be just and fair and that in no case shall there be any wild and ex travagant statement that will in any way reflect upon the reputation of Phoenix for good order. ' It is suggested by The Republican that either side, desiring to avail it self of this offer of space, name a committee through which all matter relating to the issue shall be trans mitted. In such case, all communica tions received at this office from other sources , will be rejected. We believe that this arrangement Is ne cessary to keep the discussion within reasonable lines. No paid advertisements from either side will be accepted. ; player in th end just as sure as boozing. Alcohol slows a man down inevitably, and slowing down is the reason for the ruin of by far the majority of players. If you estimate a clever player's years in baseball at fifteen, why moderate drinking will cut off from three to five years a third of his life in . the diamond." When asked, "How does it happen that you have so many men who have never known the taste of li quor? Does it mean the survival of the fittest or does it mean that you prefer the ab-:emious player?" "Both," replied Mack. - "Five years ago I would take a man who drank, provided I thought I could handle him and gradually break him of the habit. Now I won't bother with a youngster who drinks. That's my fixed policy I have changed." And to quote David Starr Jordan: "In the prohibition movement of to day the employer of men is more important, the business man more active, than the temperance crank and the preacher. The movement, based upon sound economics, has come to stay." And I believe the people of Ari zona have enough intelligence to see that it does not pay the state to harbor a traffic that interferes with the efficiency of its citizenship. . JOHN WIX THOMAS. WATCH FOR THE NEW CHASE TRUCKS. (Advertisement.) tt o ST. MARY'S BENEFIT WAS II REAL SUCCESS Miss Helena Boyle, the Soprano Who Conducted Recital, Reports Re ceipt of $278 for the Church. Splendid success attended the St. Mary's benefit concert, according to Miss Helena Huberts. Boyle, the well known soprano, who led the recital. Miss Boyle has just completed her bookkeeping, and she discovers that the church received $278 in net profit from the entertainment. "I wish to thank all who helped us make the recital a success," said Miss Boyle. "We are very grateful, too, to the public, which attended our concert in such numbers." The recital was held in the Wom an's club building a week ago Tues day. ' BAKERY it -i-rrrr-irrimrm-ii-iririMM.'i Hot Weather SPECIALS Roast Veal, Uoast Tork, Roast Mutton, Chipped Beef, Boiled Ham, Pickl ed Lamb Tongue, Pickled Pig's Feet, Cooker Com Beef. Tribolet's Market Opposite City Hall, 114 E. Wash ington Street. Phones: O 7S8, 789. i E. S. WAKELIN CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS PHOENIX LAUNDRY PROTECT YOUR CLOTHES Phone 1530 California Restaurant Under new management. Give us a trial! Everything In Lumber Balstead Lumber Co. Five Points BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything In Lumber S'H'O'E'S and Hosiery That's all Harry A. Orachmsn Shoe Go. 22 WEST ADAMS ST. EH c Garden City Restaurant New Location 21-23 East Adams St. MACHINERY Machinery of all kinds built, re built or repaired. Best equipped shop in state. Only expert me chanics. AVork guaranteed. OVERLAND AUTO COMPANY 326-328-330 N. Central WANTED Good Grain Sacks at Third Street and Jackson. PHOENIX WOOD AND COAL CO. LUMBER See Ue for Prices Phone 1204 O'MALLEY LUMBER CO. GEO. W. McCLARTY Electrical Contractor ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 208-210 West. Wash. St. 'Phone 407 Do your teeth ache? If so consult Dr. Belt, the New System Dentist. All work absolutely painless. Los Angeles prices. DR. BELT Thcne 101 1 M8lho BI1.