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THE 'ARIZONA" REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1914 JSS I" Mr. DAIRYMAN As the lit weather increases you will feci more and more the need of a good Sharpies Milking Machine. You may say they are not a success, hut we have quite a number in operation in the valley which have proven even more than we have claimed for them. The owners are more than pleased. They say their -ovs have increased in milk owing to the gentleness of the machine. If you are interested let us take you out where you can see it work for your self. Sharpies Tubular Separators and all dairy supplies. EZRA W. THAYER ''Everything' in Hardware" 124-130 E. Washington St. 127-133 E. Adams The Valley Ice Cream Co. Are now located permanently at 132 N. 1st Ave. and are prepared to supply the wholesale and retail trade with High-Grade Ice Creams, Water Ices and Sherbet Bricks, etc. A trial order will convince the most skeptical that our quality, price and ser vice are right. Phone 691 Amusements The Avenue Theatre Lion Theatre LAMARA Regale Theatre SIGN OF THE GREEN MILL AT THE GARDENS Second and Van Buren Street The one Cool Spot in Phoenix IN THE AIRDOME Four first run Universal pictures are shown every night. Music, Dancing, Singing and other Amusement in the Garden. One admis sion of 10c for all. Come rarly and stav as late as you like. HMD! Parker Woodman Amusement Co. Parker Woodman Amusement Co. I I THEATRE DE LUXE 1 ; I t THE TOhgARIOFMUDELLE 1 JENE O'ROARK & BRODER1CK O'FARRELL CO. THREE OTHER! BIG ACTS THREE FIRST RUN PICTURES COLUMBIA LADIES ORCHESTRA Two Shows Nightly. Lower Floor 20c and 30e. Balcony 10c Try A Republican Want Ad. PATHE'S WEEKLY Friday and Saturday Today A Two-Roel Feature THE STRONGER HAND Coming June -', 3, 4 "NAPOLEON AND FRANCE" IN 8 REELS. SEE IT 20c and 30c 210-12 E. Washington. The only bousa running first-run pictures of Universal service. Complete change of program dally. 4 Big Acts Complete Change Kvery Tuesday THE LATE8T IN MOVIES 10o and 20c Frank Wolf Tresents the Harry (Irish) Barnard Musical Comedy Company Tonight HURLEY TWIRLEY Two shows starting 7:4." and 0:13 Iflo. 2flc, Hfic GreatTrials Hisfory Trial of Dukes ("me of the most deplorable tragedies of a purely personal character that has evtr curred in the United Sidles was enacted in the small city 01' I'niontown, Pa., more than 30 years ago. It was somewhat in the form of a family feud and eventually resulted jn a double murder. On December 'li, lSi', just as the Christmas bells ver ringing on .Sabbath morning, Repre sentative L. X. Dukes, a well-known member of the Fayette county bar, and a member-elect of the Pennsylvania legislature, shot and killed Captain C. Nut i, in Jennings' hotel, six months later the second tragedy occurred, when Nutt's son, James, killed the slayer of his father. The high social and political stand ing of both men gave startling signi licance to the first tragedy. The cause of the trouble between the two men was Dukes' infatuation for Nutt's daughter, who was only eighteen years old at the time. He had pressed his attention upon her in disregard of the wishes of her parents. He was inform ed that he must cease making ad vances, and to this admonition Dukes sent Nuit several letters which the latter claimed quite offensive. These letters so angered Xutt that he called at the hide! to demand an an explanation. Hot words at ones ensued when Dukes suddenly drew a revoler from his pocket and exclaim ed: ' Von came in here to whip me. and so I'll shoot you." At this he car ried out his threat. After Xutt had been shot h.- reached to his hip pocket and pulled rnt his revovler but before he could fire he fell into the arms of two friends who had accompanied him. Dukes walked calmly out of the room and to the office of the hotel and gave himself up, remarking, as he did so, "1 am sorry that I did it. hut it was in self-defense." Dukes was at once taken into custody. At the first hearing on December 29, Judge Wilson decided that the murder was unpremeditated and bail was fixed at $U.i"io, which was supplied by the homicide's stepfather. Tlie prisoner was at once released and the trill was rcianged to take pace in March, 1SS3 It was begun on the 12th and the strongest point pre sented was the brutal letters that Dukes had written Xutt regarding his daughter, (m the second day of the trial thirty-seven witneses testified as to Dukes' good character previous to the tragedy. The trial continued only three days and the jury rendered a ver.l.et -.n favor of the prisoner and he was re leased. The people of I'niontown were so indignant at the result that Dukes was hung in effigy and it was neces ELKS' THEATER ONE NIGHT ONLY DAVID BISPHAIVI AMERICA'S GREAT EST BARITONE TUESDAY MAY 26 8 P. M. Tickets on Sale Wednesday, May 12 At Redewill Music Co. PRICES: 50 c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 Special cars and trains on all lines. BOXCAR CASE ENDS AND . SERVICE HOURS IS ON C. G. Harrison Follows Allen B. Crute I . D- e l 1 iw i ur ocnience on ( Saturday 1 (Special to The Republican.) TUOSOX, May 21. The jury, out just two hours, returned a verdict of guilty for Charles ('.. Harrison, who was accused of robbing an Espee box car. Judge Sawtelle will sentence Al len P.. Crute and Harrison .Saturday morning. The trial is now on in the case of the government versus the Southern Pacific for violation of the sixteen-hour law service and failure to report another violation of the same law. Francis If. Hartman of Tucson and B. O. Haker of Phoenix appear for the defendant. M. C. List, special assistant attorney general of the t'nited States, is prosecuting. Kdward M. Holden from Thocnix, foreman for Griffith and Pacheco, contractors here, was sentenced to one to five years in the penitentiary for passing bad checks. His wife is here to aid him and because she be came hysterical when sentence was pronounced he plead guilty. sary to protect the former prisoner from the angry mob. An indignation meeting was held by the citizens on the same day of the acquittal and a peti tion was presented before the Fayette county bar to dishar Dukes as a law yer. The excitement gradually subsided, only to he revived again on June IS, when James Xutt, the second son of the murdered man, shot the murder er of his father in front of the post office building at Uniontown, the body of Dukes being curried to the same room of the hotel in which little more than six months ago previously the first tragedy had occurred. Dukes was killed almost instantly and young Xutt was arrested. An at tempt was made to hold his trial in Uniontown in December, 1SS.1, but it was impossible to obtain a jury and the case was transferred to Pitishurg. The trial was begun in that city on January II. ISM, and the attorneys for young Xutt entered a plea "not guilty." A number of witnesses were produced to prove that the prisoner's mind had become unbalanced on ac count of worry over the death of his father and the disgrace of his sister. The jury retired on January 21, 1S4. and a verdict of "not guilty" was rendered on the following morn ing. Judge Stowe signed the order for his release at once and James Xutt was judicially declared a sane and a free man. This verdict was received with as much approval as had been the verdict of Dukes the reverse. Tomorrow Trial of the Earl of Lancaster. McPridc & l!eaer's cigars are home-made, hand-made anil uniori maiie, under sanitary conditions. Call end have a look at the factory. 2.2-S4 SoiHh Fourth ave. (Advertisement.) rig WILL GET NAMES IN THEIR HOME PAPERS Kentucky, Ohio and Missouri Publi cations Want Information About People Who Now Live in Arizona Arizonans from Kentucky, Ohio and Missouri are going to get a chance to -. their name in the home pap ers. Here's how it is: In a letter to the Phoenix Hoard of Trade, received yesterday, the In terstate Xews Syndicate of Oklahoma City, writes for the names of five successful business and professional men and women in Arizona, whose original homes were in these three states. It seems that there is a de mand for news of people who have emigrated to Arizona. The home folks want to know how things are going, what the wanderers do in their new homes. Having secured the names, the syn dicate will then write to the owners and arrange for a series of nice ar ticles, illustrated by portraits, to be printed in all the best papers in the three states. POPULAR SPORTS Of SAN MARCOS SUMMER CLUB Motoring, Movies and Movement 'Are Three Big Items in Programs of This Exclusive Gathering Combining the popular present day al fresco sports of motoring, movies and tango, the new Chandler Sum mer club is preparing to put forth for its members a season of great en joyment. The club is named after the big Chandler hostelry, the San Marcos, the destination of the motor ists, the site of the moving picture show and the stamping ground of the danders. Kwryone will admit that It Is "stamping" now. A committee on credentials has been named to handle the member ship end of the club which will be very exclusive, in spite of the fact it is not expensive. Dr. F. H. Uede will, an ardent motorist of Phoenix, is chairman: other members are Dr. John Dennett, Jr., of Phoenix. Prof. A. J. Matthews of Tempe, Dr. Palmer of Mesa and Dr. Chandler of Chand ler. The evening entertainments at the Saji Marcos will include the automo bile ride through the coed country side, the splendid feature moving picture show on the roof of the San Marcos, the tango and dinner parties below. Many Phoenicians will take part in the club's summer activities, which are in line with the Stay In Arizona campaign. H HU HH HUM ! ! 5TITF WMF PRfllllRITIflll! 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 nunications for and against prohibi VERY EMINENT AUTHORITY The; following abridgement of a re markable paper was read by the au thor at the meeting of the American Society for the Study of Alcohol at Washington, D. C, March IT, It was valued so highly that it was ord ered printed by the senate of the Unit ed States and is printed in senate doc ument Xo. 4S, sixty-first congress, first session. The author is J. H. Kellog. M. 1)., superintendent of the l'.attle ('reek. Mich., Sanitarium. "That alcohol is a poison to all liv ing organisms, both animal and vege table, is no longer disputed. It is a waste or excretory product of the yeast fungus, and is so poisonous to the yeast cell that one part in l.lifiO in so lution enormously lessens the growth of yeast. Xumerous experiments, the details of which may he found in the report of the committee of fifty, have shown that alcohol, even in very small doses, is also poisonous to the higher orga nisms. The exbiliration following a moder ate dose of alcohol is due not to sim ulation, hut to i he narcotizing effects of the alcohol upon the vnso-motor and inhibitory centers, the abolition of the sense of fatigue through the paralyz ing of the controlling centers. Tiegel has shown by eighty-six ex periments upon human beings that al cohol, even when given in moderate doses, invariably produces a lowering of the body temperature, the amount of temperature depression being .almost in direct proportion to the amount of alcohol administered. Iron filings introduce,! into the stom ach will undergo oxidation and thus give rise to heat. This fact does not entitle iron filings to be classified as a food. The alcohol molecule is easily broken down when brought in contact with ogygen in the chemical condition in which it exists in the blood and other tissues. Cut the same is equal ly true of butyric acid, formic acid, strychnia, fusal oil, wood napthn, sul phuric ether, and a thousand other or ganic compounds. Alcohol is less toxic than many of these substances, hence produces less disturbance in the vital economy, but this fact does not entitle it to rank as food. Indeed, the effects of alcohol upon the stomach coincide precisely with the effects observed upon other functions. Even if it be admitted that alcohol directly stimulates the stomach, which, in view of its known depressant action upon all other nerves and structures, it is difficult if not impossible to con cede, whatever stimulating effect it may at first have is to be maintained only by increasing the dose, and is fin ally lost altogether, a result which uni versally follows the continual employ ment of any true p :ison. This fact alone proves alcohol to he not a fool but a poison in any and all doses. When one considers the enormous volume of alcoholic nostrums which Cut the Cost of Living! A plate of hot biscuits or muffins, a fresh, home-baked cake, a loaf of brown or nut-bread, rescues any meal from the commonplace, and more expensive things are never missed. With K C, the double acting baking owder, good results are doubly certain, fhere's economy too, in the cost of K C mff RED MAN The collars of the hour. Plain. Spotted Madras. 2 for 25 cts. EARL, & WILSON MAKERS OF TROY'S BEST PRODUCT Phoenix 8ngmvhig(bmpanij MAKE CUTS S. HARRY 35 East Washington St. rrirvry rnfVvvvryifwvinf UIIIIL IIIUU I IIUIHUf I lUil 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. are annually poured into human stom achs, in addition to the floods of beer j and oilier alcoholic beverages, it be- corner r mntleT of wonderment that I the condition of the American stom ach is nit even worse than it is. The facts I think justify me in say ing. (1) That the habitual effect of al cohol upon the healthy stomach Is to lessen the ability of the stomach to form healthy gastric juice; and (:!) That the use of alcohol even in quantities smaller than that in which it is found in beer and light wines, decidedly lessens the activity of normal gastric juice. In beginning practice' more than thirty years ago, I was inclined to make occasional use of the drug under the supposition that it possessed stim ulant properties, but as laboratory re search gradually made clear the fact that alcohol possesses no stimulant properties whatever except through the transient irritation which it pro duces when brought in contact with living tissues, and that its real effect is depressant and paralyzing, I lost faith in the curative virtues, and for more than twenty-five years have ex cluded it from my practice; and I can not recall a single instance in which I have had reason to believe that its use would have rendered any service what ever. Alcohol should be relegated to the limbo of discarded drugs which have been tested and found wanting. The social and moral mischief which the drug has done, as well as its physical effects, give sufficient reason why it should be accorded drastic treatment, and avoided if possible. A decided stand against alcohol on the part of medical men. a clear statement of its uselessness as a fond and as a medi cine and of its pernicious effects upon the animal organism, would arrest the attention of the public and advance the cause of temperance as no other means could do." -o- Stra wherries, blackberries and rasp berries; 2 boxes cents; Friday Mil Saturday. McKec's Cash Store du o- Try Mcliride & Heaver's "Private Stock" ln-eent cigar and the "Cop per State'' r,-cent cigar. They are good. (Adv.) dg DECISIONS AFFIRMED. Two de cisions were handed down by the su preme court yesterday. The first, from Maricopa, county, was in the matter of an application of Jose Sil ' vas vs. the State of Arizona for a writ of habeas corpus, the second the ' case of Emma J. Harris of Yuma, a minor, by her guardian, Mary A. . Wiipperman, appellant, vs. Wm. H. Lyon, appellee. In both eases the judgment of the lower court was affirmed. 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