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BISBEE, ARIZONA,SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1910. NUMBER. 312.
SEVEN DAYS MORE HI YOU
WILL SEE HER RIDING IN
Tiir DEimn nn 7r nuns
lllL hnfiN rn ll uu uil un
Only a week more and everyone second highest, the piano for the
will ba saying "I told you so anil third, (ho California trips for th
foarth and scholarships
Is to pick anu ,
so would win." It easy
fc slxtb ana sevenkb. 2Co con-.
a dinner after the raco is over Jor
teetant la nlsbe dIstrlct uouUl!
That's human nature. They all like ,tne
to bo on the winnlg side, and any "T a lstef contestant winning,
th- Brand Jt onl
one of them that la in doubt as to Vr 5r
.... . , , more Drlze for BIsbee. vho would
where to deposit bis vote is iur - .. .
more likely to cast them for the ' "" ' ";
.-.. . iv hvp sum Next Saturday Is the closing do
..,.- - i.rf ,.., iik ono,fr e big contest; the honors and
l,rlzes w, then be conferred
... . ,h on ), wnn to be
" is the beginning of the time
helped, even though she thinks she
,-J .,m ,. I that the handwriting on tbe wall
can seen- Somc of the &
ants are "nin! and an-there
vouug ladies' Popularity Contest movlnf
are six prizes to be awarded Pa8sia Iesf " to
. ..... t,.v ,nj if tht. the ambitious contestant -who will
out and now a the time U, come
grand prize is won by a contestant
ln the finish to land the laurels
of the Bisbee district, seven priaes
will come home, the Bulck auto' Following H the standing of tho
for the leader the Reo auto for the contestants:
District No. 2 -
Name- Residence Votes
Miss NeWo Hannon Lowell 2S1.015
Mrs. Daisy Gladman Bisbee l""l
.t t Bisbee 124,9i8
.. .i . x. .Naeo 92.5S0
Miss Bessie Riley nisbee M.980
.Arrs. Jas. J. Harrington Bisbee Ciio
Miss Hazel Holcomb Benson .'
Miss Margaret Akard Bisbee ".SW
Miss Zola Shepherd Bisbee 0..C-
Miss Alice Kelly Bisbee IC.oSO
Miss Rachel Brisbane Biebee
mi., rrnm Riohom Caaanea 2.000
Miss Coldio .Illunjgathaifc
MIs JUyrtle Short
MIsr inelle Trenham
Mibtt Florence Lloyd
District No. 3
Miss Nona ONeil Douglas
Mra. Marcuerite K Watklns . Douglas
M T&nnottn rknvnnlinrt. . . A -. m, DoUClaS. , BbMh . ....
Mfes Lucile Savage V':,.&S, "irfe. "
mi.. CTcto tVjnnajran ... J....yWUE!agwS.. vaEjS& ,-J
MI liable Kellr7 ft .3 Sr'te!Bff!P'"? i!
"nminfini r r in m.Tt '
Mis Anne Ryan Clifton
l!-; Mary K Throm . . .CHfton .
D strict No. 1
H Man- Rocarn Tjlgson ..
mi.o riir!:tlnp TtnliHiinon .Tttoson
Miss Marj' Will
Mrs. Hinma Bailey
Miss Engratia Romero Tucson.
Miss Lela B. Kclch -' Tucson
Mi-s Bertha Clauberg Tucson
i.. ii.i.I,. Sn,lnrm TUOSOll
....CBurttand -.. 3.H8
. . . . Morend 2.910
Mis. Janet V. Sine Tucson WHO
Misn Btele Bongsch
!1m Minnie Dodge
Miss KaUo Baker
Miss Attn Eve Mansfield . .
Mtae Alice St. Louis ... .
MLIUS SMS HE
The tiiea of Cobise oount hu
treated me prtt) fair lve bad
! roBt haadod uw. but I guw
l lerved them."
Attorney John S. WlHteins.
with grip in hand waiting for th
.ifternoon train t Tombstone, thus
.Ieliered himself while discussing
journalistic eldeof public affairs.
1 cant say have a kick coming
agarast any paper, but there's on.
thing I've vowed. Whenever I see a
newspnpr man approaching tor an
interview. I m going to just beat it
or Hse lecom a temiorao' clam.
Kver time I open my mouth it seem
to got me into trouble."
He further stated that the present
of tho district court would
probably take up tbe greater part
of loly The O'Cotoor case from Ko-gales
is one of the Important ones
nn the doekt and the principals arc
desirous of a quick trial. It will
nrobHblr be taken up tho latter part
or this month, .Mr. Williams says.
SAN DIBG0, May 6. The
of raUfylng the compromise
at Washington by the
representatives of San Dier"
and San Francisco, was submitted tonight
to a mass meeting of
in the San Diego Exposition
stock. Brief speeches wre made explaining
the terms of the arrangement
under which San Francisco and San
Diego are to cooperate with each
other. San Fraaclsco to liave a world's
fair and San Diego an industrial -position.
THOUSAND REPORTED KILLED
TKK1N May 6. A report was re-
.i,i T,ore today that a thousand
rhinos" soldiers, members of the
garrison at Lbassa. have ben killed
,, ,hP result of a sudden prlslnr
Tiie " "
of the Uarras
yet fully confirmed.
.Tucson ' "..' 71,820
.Tucson .'..-..- 53,74j
'.. ..Tucson 2."10
HYDE CASE DELAYED
8Y ft DEPOSITION
KANSAS CITY. Ma C Wrangling
a deposition that Involved one
quest'on so retarded the progress of
the Hyde trial today that the defonso
failed to clow its case, as it had
plHnned to do.
Te deposition was? that of Mrs.
John M. Cleary. She was ill and
her testimony was taken at her home
Uil morning. She testified that Dr.
Hyde and his wife took dinner at
her house last November 21. The
state Insists the couple was at the
Swope homo that day.
Prosecutor Conkling asserted whon
court finally convened thiit evenLi"?'
that he had not been given proiier
notice of the intention to take the
deposition, and he was sustained b
the court. By the time this matter
was settled it was law In the dsy.
Dr. J. W. Perkins was then called
and questioned briefly, after whic
court adjourned until Monday
JAPS PREPARE FOR
It GREATER NAVY
VICTORIA, May 6. Tokto newspapers
received by the steamer
Aymeric state tbat conferences are
being held by naval and government
officials to draft plans for enlarging
the Japanese navy, and a big expansion
program will be submitted
at tbe next session of the diet.
Vernacular newBrapers state that
naval Increase will bo the fcumlns
question. Some point Out that Ja
pan has now but six modern
two of vlilch are on tho
stocks The othfr battleships aro
wore or l"s ocsoiete, and action Is
..nperatlvf Many newspapers due
r - hr n acr Ja an earnest strala
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Both Prosecution and Defense
in McCulloueh Case Willins
and Ready to Submit Evi-'
dence to Court.
. Tn ustice tc McCullougli he Hhouid
have a speedy triaL 1 am willing to ',
have the case now." District At- I
tornoy John S. Williams. t
"A speedy trial is just what we
want. W'ro ready any time and
want to get li thing over. Mayor
George H. Nal 'Counsel for Me-
Apparently all bands are wHt
j pleased lbt IMsbee's stret
ltHOHdeat will bronchi to ti tat
Ma 1G Is t e date W for th- t i-ii. '
at ToiAbntoMe, to the
of DUtriol Attomuf Williams before
he left for home jstrday.
"Mr. Williams tontets that thrt is
no jKiIitloal motive bUnd tho accusations.
"Of course, there are some who
will claim that Its all a political plot"
is the way he expreses it. "Personally
I know this la not tho case.
I don't want to be set down as
jobbing a man Into trouble for the
sak of politics. I hope McCullough
can disprove the charges.'
Mayor Neale Is not bo
abou; the political end of the plot,
but the idea of a speedy trial men
with his hearty approval.
"Mayo they thought w wanted
It to hausr over until after election.
i wourunt uo anytmng to narm a
hair of Paddy's head and hope ho
disproves every charge that's been
made. When It was published that
I had a hand in this business it was
all a mistake, it might have lx-en
John SAVIlIiara. all right and fair
enough but It wasn't S. K."
Thus it would seem that all the
good republicans wish the street su
perintendent all kinds of good luck,
yet somebody is responsible for the
harm that's ix-en dona But according
to the attorneys for the defense
!t will avail them naught.
THE BIG LEAGUE
National League Results
At New York
It. H. B.
JfeMfcuMpllft ....: 1
ITamaard. Wlltse amfMyeraV
. ! IkHton
but we don't. Ii's just what we want-1 Washington
cd. and whether the district attorney I
so intended or not. it will clear the
city tdmlnlstration of tho aliira start
ed by republican jKilltlcIan. rasidaats
of Bisbee. and pave the way to ap
over whelming democratic victory."
Attornpy S. K. Wllfams, who it
wss hinted had a hand in "ribbing
up" the Mexicans, procuring affidavits,
etc and getting them to Tombstone,
strenuously denlo3 having anything
to do with iti
"I've 'had troubles enough of my
own without trying to job another
'man Into them," he said yesterday.
''Pat McCullough and I ar good
friends. We may hae had two or
three spats but we've got over them
Batteries- Gllllgan and
Mttobell and Eeacterly.
CiooKIvj - " 1
ISatieiies Frock. Hlchle and Graham:
Ruekr and Bersen.
American League Results.
v U. H. I
.. .'..5 C 6
r. j 2
Battorira Groom and Street; Bender
K. II . K.
Chicago 5 11 I
Detroit 3 11 1
BatturloB Scott. Olmstead. White
and Payne; BroWnlmi "Mlillin and
Stallage. ' w
Coast League Results.
At San Francisco-"-
It. II. E.
Sacraniento j, 2 10 0
Oakland .3 9 0
Nlsen and Mitze.
At Los Angeles
ll. H. E.
I)S Angeles 7 12 2
San Francisco 2 8 3
UaUeries Delhi. Orendorff: W1I
"We've -been waiting for Just such '
a chance." says City Attorney Fred At Port land
District Attorney William, who i Vernon
left for home yesterday, did not divulge
the nature of his trip though
he has spent a part of two days
here. He did intimate that it was
in connection with McCulIough's
case, but further than lhat refused
ASSAY OFFICE BURNS.
SAN DIEGO , MayC The
iflre gutted the three-story building
at the Humboldt smelter used
for a laboratory and assay office,
destroying apparatus and equipment;
loss $23,000, partly covered by insurance.
of wind saved the etlre smelter plant
R. H. E.
.2 C 2
Portland -----O 7
Sleen and Fisher,
ROSES FOR CANNON
WASHINCO.V, May C Speaker
Cannon celebrated bis birthday
today. The Illinois delegation presented,
him with a huge bouquet ot
American beatifies, 74 In all, one
for each year of his Ufa Represent
ative Ralney made the presentation
apeech congratulating the speaker
mAn thu fn.t tlia? lio Ttn.l Inni -in I
tH 7mc towraC
Slowly Suffocati'ig with His
Crew, Jap Commander Finishes
'maTTdeT Sakuma and his fourteen
men were dying undr die jea on
the drowned sub-marine No 0.
oft Kure, April 15. the commander
wrote a letter to the em,eror, begging
forglvenoss for the loss of the
.vessel, and commending his officers
and men. '
The letter was found after th'J
submarine bad been raised. Portions
of the letter were brought to Victoria
today on tlin steamer Aymeric.
The sub-marine was of the newest
type and was engaged near Hiroshima
bay, carrying out her part In
the maneuvers, being submerged
1.800 yards east of her parent ship.
Two hours notice of
tho sub-marine's failure to rise, the
usual naval signals being unanswered,
a boat was lowered and efforts
made to locate the sub-marine. Sev
en destroyers were ordered to the
scene and search was made. The
sub-marine was located April 1C and
next day she was and
towed to Kure. After the craft was
docked, examination revealed the
bodies of her crow of fifteen and
also tho record of the commander,
telling what happened from the time
tho vessel sunk. Much of the mo
sago was not published", but It is
stated that Sakuma expressed sor
row to the emperor for the loss
of the and his brother officers
and crew, whom he praised for their
3'm! calm wait for death.
iuk! lw tho emperor to succor
The last writing was made and
hour and twenty minute's after tho
boat was submerged, and conveyed
messages of farewell to the minister
of tho navy and friends, stating that
breathing had Income so difficult
that further writing was impossible.
Tbe letter said one of the crew
had tried to close the valve of the
ventilation pipe, but the chain had
become broken. He tried to closo
the valve with his hand, but wa
too late. Water began to enter
by the rear part of the boat, vhlch
fell 23 degrees. The dynamb was
submerged and all the lights weut
out. bad gas accumulated almost
simultaneously and made breathing
difficult Tho crew drove the cur
rent of water from the main tank
and tried to get rid of it by hand
pump-. They were drenched a
they worked and also chilled.
BRYAN PRAISES EDWARD
KANSAS CITY. May C "The death
or King Edward marks th end of a
mighty power and influence for tho
world's peac" said V. J. Bryan here
today. "His successor, no doubt, will
make a good rnler and I am sure the
king's Influence will be continued !n
the n'xt generation."
LONDON. May C Several million
HOLY FRAUD IS
III LAW'S TOILS
0om t'ie Omnipotent, High
Piiest of the Tantrik Order,
Held in S15.000 Bail for
NEW YORK, May 6. "Oom the
Omnipotent," alias Peter Coon, alias
Pierre Barnard, high priest of the
Tantrik order of worship was hold
In $15,000 bonds today for trial on
fharges of seduction under promise
I find that the charge has been
inlh sustained," said Magistrate
Breen today, at the preliminary hear-id.,
'There was not only systematic
but scientific seduction. This girl,
Gertrude Lee, of Seattle, ono ot
the two complainants has be:i Inveigled
Into a den ot Iniquity for
the- purpose of perpetrating a
shameless outrage. She has been
murdered, I say, la every reapect
The girl deseflbed the rltou if the
order, which woro based, ahe aald,
on sex worship as thoy were practiced
In the large room where on the
night of tho raid the ro'ic found
a" class of mn and women. The
complaint of Zoll Hopp, the ot'ier
complainant, was practically the
sama Further testimony was ihat
the Order ot Tantrik worship is
widely spread in America, and that.
the International journal of the order
has several thousand subscribers
who pay $2 each annually. Copies
of this magaiine were found In tho
house when it was raided.
People Silently Walk Streets
of the Big City of London
and AH Theatres
IRELAND BOWS HEAD
IN COMMON GRIEF
Mayors of Dublin and Limerick
Send Messages of Sorrow
to the Widow.
LONDON. May 7. Saturday is
usually tho gayest night of the week
in London, but tonight a
quiet pervades tho city. It is a
All theaters and music balls faun
closed their doors; the band ea-
certs In the parks, which drew tens
of thousands of the workinc ' neonie
save physical murder, and I shall j during the long spring twilights. i -
not reduce tho ball I fixed whon 1
Tirst read tho complaint and before
tho testimony showed tho dangerous
character of this man and his practices."
The testimony of Miss Leo today
went into details which made the
girl's sister, Mrs. Edward H. Miller,
who Introduced nor to Oom in good
faith, believing that be could restore
her health weep as sho
Miss Lee testified that she first1
met Oom in Seattle in J'J03, and.
The people wander idly about t! e
streets, looking at the portrai's f
Edward VII. wreathed In crepe in
the shop windows. Multitudes . t
Into St. James park, staring a
windows ot Bucklnrbari
Palace, where the body of the Je'l
Sting lies, and hpu
nearby, through the gates of.wlitcJi
'officials and messengers com.sajJd
go -constantly Here tho.nvVln;K
'has had to sgt aside his presonSl grl
to busy himself with the affairs -W
rns?l crow" nd family.
-, t,o'ln.l.irl hor tn rm
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with him br nromlses ,o -rive her !
fre7"lr2&fmcm aml'a musical
trn tr fTr lipr oprviiA m hl
jiauy wear oaages ot mourtug. in"
whole kingdom. Indeed, is a natftni
in mourning Ireland has forgott.i
I I'olit.cal against h r
stenographer. She understood tnat
' Th. apeak
his sister. ipw
she would live 1th
When she came to New York,
she was quartered in a flat with
two women initiates of the Tantrik
order, ono of whom was known by
ono Oom's aliases.
"I am not a real good man," M Us
Leo testified Oom told 'her. "I am
a god, but I have condescended to
put on the habit of a man that I
may perform the duties of a Yogi
and reveal true religion to the elect
"All priests." Oom continued,
liavn Nautch girls. In my sacred
capacity I cannpt marry, but our
Nautch girls servo as wives. It U
tho duty of the priest to givo her all
the world's best goods. Sho is
looked upon as sacred."
Gertrude consented to become a
sacred Nautch girl, she testified. Sho
jabbed a steel pen Into the palm of
her left hand, wroto her name In
blood on the roster of the order.
"I botb feared and loved him," she
swore today. "He made me believe
lie could cotnmunlcato with priest
of the order all over the world who (
would sit in council at his complaint j
j jikjju,? aim ajipreciairtei) oc iviu
I Edward. The jrfayprB of audi ua
to tho. widow . '
Municipalities, churches and societies
ol al sorts have met to ja
eulogies on the lata monarch him!
offer good wishes to his
The courts and business houses ha
been closed; sports and
of ever' type hate ben
droppod; society has cancelled Its
The managers of most or ih
then tars hate to
Mispend tlte season until af'et the
Edward VII. still lies fa th
where ho died. Hit, feature? are
much more natural than though fee
had snffeed from a long illness. Dowager
Qneea Alexandra. King Gorge
and Queen Mary with the two l;s
ItrincK and other aiembers of the
royal faintly, visited the chamber
this evening. The palace attendants
and servanta were adjmitted afterward.
Tbe plao for th- funeral have
and take away my mind If I did not not yot been determined, but the
obey him. I complained, but i""""" " puuc
' will fnllni !, inA nHMnJni,n ...
infltflri " ' .W..V,,. .w nuun; IT, uv cr
..ju.. ,. .... .-. ,. . won r I . v. f
. V.UI anilnn 1nt evpnlncr in ' nf .,..!.,'.. .. ..... .. . .
lived down the chars" that he Llovds and otner companies. - - .. I "Men " seem
crowlnir old and Drouhesylng for hlu ns yesterday tne .isk ". - "'" "vv - -.- -.-, ... u,v .a!, K,:rn v 0 ,,rl,
twenty years more of active life. ot 05 guineas Ir cent
Arrangements are practically completed
for the big open-air democratic
rally next Saturday night on
the Coppe" Queen plara. The plaza
has been secured also the music, and
all that's now left for the committee
to do Is to select the speaker and
the topics, of which there will be
The Red Men, who will have their
parade that evening, will
start this affair shortly after six
o'clock, so that by eight there will
bo nothing to Interfere with tho
meeting. There will lie a band In
whn Victoria died. The court will
move to Windsor Castle on Tuesday
and It is supposed that the obseqafea
there, or in a mausoleum to be built
at Frogmore, near that which Victoria
erected for herself and adsort.
It was announced tonight that there
would be no lying In state. More
royal personages are expected to-com
to England for the funeral than
follower Victoria's hearse. The German
Eraperer is cetain to attcmt,
both because lie Is head of a
stale and a nsdr relative. The
king of Belgium. Spain and Iortaeal
and iosslbly King Victor Kmniaattel
of Italy also will be piwfant,
AH the crowned heads of the world.
as well as the iope and th
ents of the United States, Franc
t and other mwblles. have telegraphed
condolence to the Dowager Queen
and King George V.
LARGE REWARD OFFERED
PRESf'OTT. May fl. Thorohly
aroused citizens today subscribed
$1,500 to swell the reward for th
capture of tbe mnrdorers of Ceorga
Mahard and wife. Gavernor sioaa
added $500. making the entire total
$3,000. Mahard aRd buriatl
In a double jcraie her today They
were found dead In a cablft b
several days ago.
SAN FRANCISCO. .May C Hat I ig
adapted hlmsel fto life as nP finds
It In this oity. Jack Johnson, beat
weight champion, has become t fji
Hlar iasure la tbe busings
r.vory cay findb hlrn in his mm...
attendance and enthusiasm galor ',,.
pounds sterling of on the U(Hjg!njc afouml fonm
Ife of King Edward will be paid by ih The city central tommlUee held . view or th' pasng throng, a