Newspaper Page Text
T1"- iryi" -t-y-f-r-a i ''J1JI-F"-'
SMSj. JSYW f1 r.
awvim mi, ipim
- v "-Of. ' '.
- 1 ''' "
TEN PAGES TODAY
BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS.
BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1911
imJSmmTSmSS' WwZ .R &3$miA
! -fJH "
It Became Known Yesterday That the Rout of the Imperialist Troops Was Complete Where
by the Revolut'on Has Been Given Powerful Leverage
TIE BUND HftNKDW
Hankow new r sircngnoTd or th
.rebenion is particularly directed.
The picture of Hankow was tak
PEKING, Oct. 28. It Is apparent
here tonight that the Imperial govern
ment knew the result of the fight be
tween Us forces aud the rebels at
Hankow more than twenty-four! zette at midnight tonight, did not
hours before it became public. lie-' refer to the Hankow 'battle. Yin
ports of a rebel victor) gradually! Tebaj$ has. established temporary
leaked out during the day, hut the jftimttjiaitt gtajYattK Chow. -first
positive account of the defeat! Tji , -
of the Imperial troops was dollvoredp
to the foreign legations tonight by
he Associated I-fres. It eattsed a,
The success of the revolution was
considered here to hinge on the first j lutionists held a strong position. Re
encounter, aa the moral effect of the 1 infoireuients arrived for the reliels
rebel victory would e lar reacir.ng (
When the fugitive imperialists reals
the main army now roc'bilizing' near
Sin Yang Chow, the knowledge cl
tholr repulse, it Is believed, will ut-1
terly demoralise tho troops, while, as '
the news travels along the Yang Tse
river, it will probably cause import-1
ant adhesions to the rebel cause. The
government acknowledges that fine
situation at Chang Sha, in the v-
ince ot Hunan, is serious, which is
taken at Poking to mean that, Chang loyalist evacuation was so hurried,
Sha has joined the revolt. ' that they left many tents and six
Foreigners whose business it is to carloads of baggage and amunition.
study China think, that the northern The rebels later entrenched three
province!,, "which are not deeply af-1 miles from Hankow, with the loyal
fected by sedition, may rally ""sound j istg several mites further north, where
the Manchus. Ever thing stems to they are waiting for reinforcement,
ilencnd on the. Immediate, successful I
advance ot Minister of War Yin, Elsewhere Less Alarming
Tchnng. who now commands 20,800. SHANGHAI. Oct. 20. Despite
men within a' hundred miles of Han- alarmist reports, trustworthy lnforrsa
kow, but only the foreign ministry tlofi received here tonight is that all
pretends to enjoy confidence that ln is quiet at Klu Klang. Wu Hu, Nan
Tchang's attack will bo successful, king, Soo Chow, and Hang Chow.
Yin Tchang is issuing proclamations, There has 'been a large exodus to
and offering pardons to all who will ' Shanghai from these places, but re
desert the rebel cause. It is believed j ports of impending trouble are all
ITS RAINING YET HUGH TO BO YET ' jHE KNEW NOTHING
AT PHILADELPHIA IN THE PAGINATION ! OF ANY CORRUPTION,
OUTLOOK, NO GAME OF SOUTHERN lf I EARNED HIS PAY
Should Showe.s Stop, Wet
Grounds Would Probably
Prevent Piay Today
WHO MAY PITCH NEXT
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 2. Tfc oat
look fS?aer weather, whlefe woM
enablo of resumption of play In the
world's series between PhlladeJp&fa
and New York to tey no meana en
couraging tonight The rain, which
boenn falling on Wednesday, cans-
Inr a contlHHance rf Wednesday's and ,
luuimui a nuu iuuuj B... ....
I nrercnt a
'faced unabated tonight.
the Vther clear toniglit,
grotiBas piiao:y wotiu iiteeni
Manager XcGraw took bis team
to the National League park today,
and gave it some ntaettee in batting '
and throwing. After an hoar and a
hairs work, the en were drivtSi to
cover by showere. ,
It Is reasonably sure that eitner i
Matthew80n or Marquard wMl pitch
the next game for New York. It is
considered likely that Matthewson
will probably be given the chVce,
Marqwrd being saved for toe. game
at New York. Bender will probacy
pitch tho naxt game for PMtadelptiia,
and CocHHbs will pitch the fifth.
A3 the night advanced, tho Tain con
tinued to fall and it became apparent
that tomorrow'n game weuld have
ERRMENT WITHHELD NEWS
-,fowr A X
e revolutionist! and a typical Manchu
en from, the municipal council buildin g
that he will rely on proclamations
and iiUfiotlaUoi. fearing or being un
able to move his army. Yin Tcbang's
report, pimllehcd by the official fja-
Flight from Hankow
HANKOW. Oct. 19.;
rHhnfltra--V!re fofaifirts Mm'Deri"arM"1
on from the citj. When the righting
ceased on Wednesday night, the revo-
dunnj; tne nlnlit, and early on Tues-
day morning a force fully 5.GO
strong lieKMi to marck on the loyal
ist trottche The advance was cau
tions. On the march, the rebels burned
hundreds of huts, fearing an. ambush.
The loyalist, infantry lmvie but a
faint show of resistance. When the
rebel scouts reached the city they
found it deserted. The main body,
with banners waving, entered. The
An Outbreak in Yucatan Pen'm-
suia Is Described as
MBXlCO CITY. Oct. 20. Althoagh
4he so-called Reyes revolt Is Tabaaeo
ant Boetbern Yucatan is not regarded
generally aa important by the federal
tknwfiort them to dlaaffected points.
OrriwB created bv
rt tbat gh, nad-,aBded arras
. ,mi,i, na th Yymtun
ammunition on the Yucatan
ccaat. From Masatlaa comes newi
tnet ueserai waimenis, me erammie
elf-styled gevernor of that place, with,
others, is collecting troops and guns paid $700 as expenses for working tor
in Coiiaean and Rotates to resist the Stephenson at the 190$ primaries, at
federate who are going there to pad-' that he was present at the joint es
fy the state of Slnaloa. sion of tho legislature March 4, 1S09
Tb election returns tlius lar give
1 plno soarez 888 votes. Presfdent
do uarm 4.95C, and Dr. Vasquez
onnix inn nnt nr n tntat nf ic noi
i, m ....
catt tor vrce promoem. xwo siaies
and two territoriaa hare not
!e called off. The local forecaster) Shields on the Iraia between Daluth
nays it will continue throughout the 'and Chicago. Having heard that
to( night, aad probacy tomorrow.
. JtJ WH..-JM(aCVT a
"Wvkihww J w -
ITLE OF HOW
MAN and WE
man and wife against wnom
and shows tfie Bund.
traceablo to Interested Chinese.
The worst feature Is striugen-v In
money, due to the demand for silver
in exchange for oven the best paper.
Several bonks In Shanghai have sus
pended payments. A loan of three
mlHion of new currency, sent lo the
oiTlefai tanks here, parity relleed
the situation, but business Is nt a
I standstill. A crisis is threntenuil nn.
fOSqtteUans. are boauu W bank.
o i" iin-rcuanis K11IMI3 to
a ert it.
CHINESE OF FRISCO
They Also Hear of Rebel Victory at
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 20. Cable
grams today to the Free Press, a local
Chinese orzan. oonRrm form,,- ,11a. I
Hatches describing .i I'rim-v fnr tho
rebels at Hankow. The river fleet
under Admiral Shah Chen Tens- wan
bo "badly damaged by the rebel fire
that It was compelled to retreat down
the river One gunboat surrendered
to the rebels. The rebels also re
port the capture of Wong Chaw and
King Chow, In the province of Hu
Further advices that the 'mperlal
troops in the provinces of Che Klang,
Honan and Ngan Hul are threaten
ing to revolt and aid the public move-
ment. The Peking authorities have
mci. jut; i cuun uuiuunucf iiavet. . 1 " 7 . i
.. ... . . . . .
nacn strung measures 10 isolate tnese
provinces from the disaffected prov-
inces, but it Is feared that tho molt
will spread as soon as news of the
rebels" success at Hankow reaches
Witness Shields Has Heard
Nothing of Fund to Put
RECEIVED TJIS" EXPENSES
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 20. Robert J
Shields, mentioned in previous testi
mony as having been employed by Ed
ward Hines, the lumberman, on vari
ous occasions, denied before the sena-
necUon with 'the alleied agreemenv ! ol an KH" TT ,, , . ' Wnen ,ne men cre aBK,eu Y ro' the fear that an attempt will be made
, SSIB TltaeJ Li I ISShe to rTart'othSVinf wUes wW l work a,f ,e5 "'l!10 ,BT1Mte ,be eleCtl2' ? ?
, each to contribute $55,000 to -put Vr r fi ar h mrhSton ' fm TU0.n.iaSt .". ft n bCTl ,eSal aWcei3 to tbo effect ,hat
' mr" ih i..inn nr , h t,, ,.!"" ,0 7 P?r dar' J?. rPaIaVon.?!! sldered that the strike was over aca , thB ,nere missoelline of a name can-
over" the election, or that he had re-
- w ,
i ceived $700 or any other amount as
ins snare oi sucn -.iojk.
The witness admitted that he was
wnen mree acisocraug memocrs air
sented themselves tnd
He said he
Stephenson a majority.
did not known that the democratic
ntavnliA u,nrA qhunt vintft nffat- iia
? -"- "-- " --
Protbn. tn ShifiiVa nr.iu-innf
.Wirt H. Cook, a Dulutir lumfcerata.,
testined tnat 00 uaa nau a taiit witniocratic assemoiynen who was aDseni
, Shields was unfriendly to Hines over
NOW IN CELL
Cambridge Clergyman Accused
oi fviuraer or a xoung bin
to Conceal an Earlier
ARRESTED AT-HOME" !
nc mc citinca
ui jio i innvLi.t
jMfcrriage Which Was to Bo
Solemnized on October 31
Has Been- Indefinitely
llftBTrtV r !! l.. lnvanA!
t VerelLThomnson m.heaon. the vounc I
. . . , . . Tijury box in the .McNamara inuraer
. naFtor of Kmmanuel Hantlst church . . . I
!of Cambridge, was arrested today f0r;rial at the opening or the court to.today
the alleged muider of Ais Unoll, of!
, iyannls. Mass. to whom he had
been engiiged, and was placed tonight
; n , narrow cc in Charles street
.jail. HU committment to jail ibis
1 afternoon nn n pJinlcp of first decree .
murder marked tho temporary end
,,,D ifwni.. u.ii. ""'"" oiuv "o ,
death of Miss Uncll last Saturday
by cyanide potassium poisoning.
Miss l.Inell, who was nineteen
ears old, was a student at the, Con
servatory of Music, and was found
dead in a bathroom of the Y. W. C.
A. here. At first It was supposed
that hhe had committed suicide, but
later doelopments indicated that she
unknowingly bad taken cyanfJe ot
ltotasslum sent her by some other
lierson, In the belter that it would
remedy her embarrassing physical
For seiftral days police Inquiry
made little progress, but information
was received early today that Rlche-l noWnollt who after being challenged
son had purchased the cyanide at a, for hIg onno3ltIon lo conviction on
drugstore in .Newton aud the ofncIalsicIrcumstai;tIa, eidence. vas ques
decided upon his arrest Uoned h the court the cuanenge be-
A dozen ofllcers, headed by Super-1, au0wed for time.
uitenaent wattB, were rorceti to mam i
' I. Si m Z S in Jl V
fashi0nab!e home In Rrookline of
2 L 'if868 "J ,Kdmun.dt', whe.ra H!e(
; ctergvinan had been staying for the
lost week. Frequent pulls at the
door bell, knocking and shouts, failed
to bring any response from those
within the house, and the police, who
were wiiaoui a warram, were unwu-,
.. t.i . . ti
ung to make a lorcioie entrance.
let Edmunds, for whose marriage to
i Richeson on October 31. cards have
been Issued These Invitations were
I recalled today. The Edmunds family.
cowever. maintains faith In KIcneson,
and the only announcement in con
nection with the withdrawal was that
the vveddllng was Indefinitely post
poned. When confronted with the drug
clerk who said he soy him the cy-1 slde3 and finalIv found out wnere he
anlde Richeson was unperturbed, j stood , the matter ot the death pen
According to the clerk, Richeson aU At flrst he ,ayg he !g then
came to the store on October JO and , . . ,gn.t Jn favor oI u satd
oil., . ! ........ n .1 ni-r in,.!..,. in n .
f , i,, w na'eJl ;va l .
to kill because he has become a, nul-
?ance- lno "eTh- sugestea ciroioro-
I Irt fr, tin cnlil that Itlfhaenn vatrlho
,,, -"""""-'"" ,"'".,
ul.u "ol ",e" " """" va"1'
tu I"""". "crej. na.ii.s .i.uH mo
?u jkjimju, wuereuj. Having khuwii uits :
clerg man a long time, he gave him
I .. ... klM
tho cyanide with Instructions how t
lucuesou was in oeu nueu uie Kim -
cers finally arrested hem. He was al-(l h 8a,d tnat ,he couni
lowed to talk privately with Edmunds. he cd that Roblnson snjd,
and then he went Into a room where) ,f , find j am wrong( ,,
hU fiance lay ill. unnerved from the
Hhock of the whole affair. According
police. Vtu'SSk as 8,m un-'His Frends Believe This is a Move By County Official Sup
rcw her arms about his neck. , : n0rQrc, 0f Hunt to Pave Way for Throwing Out Votes
rdlng to the girl friends of 1 r r u: rv I ..,., - Co., U Onnnni
Miss l.Inell. she had dined in her
apartment with a man friend on Sun-1
day preceding her death. The ixrtlce j
arc working on the theory that the
poison was handed her at that time. .
but they are yet unable to determine
whether the clergyman was her. com
panion orr that occasion or not.
WEALTH OF IDITAROD.
First Seasons Output of Gold Amounts
SEATTLE. Oct. CO. The output of
the Iditarod camp this season, will
total close to three and a half million
dollars, accordinv to Thomas J. Nes -
the camp is now 2500 he said. Hol,h-. .h morninff WOuld nrinrr the
j joog f0J.
a prosperous season next
the amount Shields was alleged
have been nromlsed for election work
he asked Shields: "How did you come
out on that Madison jo1)?
"That's all settled." he testified that ,
Shields replied. Shields denied this1
testimony fay Cook.
Ho denied also
, tVief V.& i.a,i n.'nofiln0,Mi. In id
"- " """ ""'-- rr.7:r
isiepnenson to secure nis cicctiihi
thmnt-h th I,,, y.-..n-.
Silar A. Townc. one of" three dement to Davenport. Iowa. Wday - Tb
was also called. He said he did not
known why he left the session. He
will be recalled tomorrow.
V . Wt.frsj&
" j" ' 1 & r!ntA mtmmmuAtvL -m -
aMMl TaM --
OF DAYS WORK
Two Men Have Probably Been'
secured lor mm juiv m ,
the McNamara Mur
der Case !
Aversion to Death Penalty arid ,
Circumstantial Edivence !s
Greatest Obstacle En
countered so Far
i na vfin i.-
Oct. 20. Out of
xWkYshBtf.lAf m vnl.crlntl
l"u -:'""' - '""(markable impetus of esterday. the
day. oniy six were icu wnen courw
adjourned tonight until Monday. Of ,
,llese 8, h0Wever. it is considered '
m0ro than iKissible that two. maybe'
tnrec wm Cnd themsehes on the ,
- .. i
"---'jury us u is bhuto iiu i
Those ,oCked up tonlghu atter be-j
nB Passed for cause by both sides,
WPFrt spnborn Mannlnif. a rancher:
K. P. Green, an orange grower. Uob- j heartily and sincerely. To the Shel
ert F. Bain, a canenter. It Is poosi-j uon tnej. were taken, and there again,
ble that all these will become inem-tne good feeling of Amenta for Mexi
bors of the jury, no animus asafast c0 wa8 manifested. With the rauco'M
any of them b either side being I crPS uf men was mingled the scft.
found up to tonight decorous clapping of the gloved
Others are A. It. Mcintosh, who . hands of elegant women, all applaud
will be questioned 'by the court as I jng not onij tne men, but the grand
to bis opposition to the death penal-j permannecy of Mexico, which had
ty before he will be excused, and I Uchleed something even greater thai
George W. McKeC. who says he is I nad Arizona and New Mexico,
flrmlly of the belief that the Times I The governors were well pleased,
building was blown up with dyna- j amj jn jactF were almost overcome
mite. He is not wanted by the de- Ky he heartiness of the welcome ez-
fense, who assert that they can prove
that gas caused tne explosion, a. i
T ,, ,m v.. nt-rr. h. y
Quacieinrtiih. O. aT Je&en ini'k J?'
shower au were' excused upon a chal-
lenge for indirect bias ,
This is the closest the state could
come, under the California statutes,
to a formal challenge, because each
man said he would not inflict the
death penalty upon circumstantial
eUdance. Jud Be nordwcll made efforts ,
m:i. ........ ., i
., ,earn lf thls was their real state oftl,g. for those naked swords of old
' mind, and they seemed to
' that it was.
I "Would you obstinately pels'ssl In
vour oolnion in the face of all evi
dence to show that It was unfound-S
ed?" asked the court. Jessen fald
The case of Adams created some in
terest, because most of the examlna.
tlon ran along socialistic lines. Rob
inson taxed the Ingenuity or botn
. - .
I Assistant District Attorney Horton.
,.who 8hall gay what are tne fact3r
.h J)eot.xe re entitled to a jury
- . ........ .1 1
of twelve men wno win mnici ".'.,,-.,. 1 r-
death penalty, who will go the limit
.hI won't." sad Dlstr Ct Attor -
1 -- "
ney Fredericks. "How do we know J
' he won'tr asked the court "He'says!
I he won't," said Fredericks This was
, ,. ,h rt
"I'm not so
chance my opinion. wnen
nnmnii nTniir in
dtNilUN DlillW: ID
Men Return to Work Yesterday
After Demands Are Grant
ed in Writing
BENSON, Oct. 20. (Special)
j Once more the hostlers, wipers and
i call-boys of the Southern Pacific iu
! this city are back at work. They
ihave secured a favorable answer to
wrten reply which they domanded
before calling their strike off. That
written advice was received tbU
tot morning, ana wnen tne striKerj were,
I Informed of the fact, they Immed
I lately returned to work.
ELYS BODY SENT HOME
MACOK. Ga, Oct. 20. The body'
f ..,--.-,- vi iV, at-tamr. whn wai
:"" r' z . j
. killed by a fall hero yc steraa.y, wga
" "- uu5";' -- vtvvwi
Tirer be known. Tec maKnine is
said to bare been in perfect condl
tion when he left the ground.
H-W. sHniiinty'iavOi "ay-rii
wanaw iiiilfaM"Ml'""i-j- ffiafu 1
' 1 ' J W1 ''V'TSSI
,- - jrWBB"" I
STATE RULERS 'WftR ON TRUSTS
FROM MEXICO 1ST PROCEED
GET EuummT TAFT DECLARES
Latch Suing of El Paso Hangs
uut iui ouairwn itupuuiit,
As Well As New
Military Parade, in Which Un-
cle Sam's Cavalry -.and
Bands Cut a Most im
El PASO, Oct. 20. From the re
Paso celebration went on apt.ee
Governor Gonzalez, of uhl-
, . . Y,ce GovcrnoP Gayou,
of go both arrved Uu3
morning. The reception tencderd
b. tne?r own countrymen as cor-
dfal, but ,he Americans, even. at a
..:! - ...,
Chni, earJy hour ot me morning,
mIir tcok them off their feet..
Y American8 cheered these two
fA-t.on rftiAf,tmi nnrf ohonrAil thpm
tended them by the good old l S.
And then the throngs for El IVJO
la thronced settled to await the pa
rade (the second dayS parade.) And I
well were they. rewarded. Headed by
a platoon or fc.1 naso s nnesi. me
parade hove in sight promptty attsn
. r. . ... ,1
l'cX6cu. And"a freat IWfaTIe- uwasrfVe ha& beenSfn
United States cavalrymen with
sheathed, glittering sabres ma
by. troop after troop, for
miles In length.
Military bands, alt ablaze with gold ,
lace, were dispensing martial music,
and the crowds lining tne siue-
.aiUB were enthusiastically cheer-
uncle Sam's cavalry surely vft-re an'
Passins the Sheldon, one of tne
military bands struck up "Dixie."
Pandemonium broke loose. Old Tex
ans, old pioneers, embraced each oth
er with tears in their eves. SAifflce
it to say that EI Paso is pulling off
pae of the most successful celebra--tlons
In her history.
And the El Pasoans are certainly
"throwing" themselves In the matte?
of attention to their guests from the
soon-to-be states, and from the grand
empire King Just Hjyond the Rio
ill I jMai'M 11 K nil I
, iniR-i-IIIU !U II I99E S"
tfealatfal ! ! B
1 GILA COUHTY BALLOTS
IUI ni wppuncuii mwycis oay n uimui
j WHAT IT COSTS TO PRINT
GLOBE, Arlz Oct. 20. (Special)
On all the ballots sent to precinct
officers In Gila county the name ot
Thomas F Weedin, democratic candi
date for governor. Is misar-elled.
Fraank L. Gates, clerk of the board
of supervisors, says the name is
spelled as it was certified to him by
the secretary of the territory, and
he denies that the name was willfully
misspelled with the idea of having
the votes cast for Weedin in Gila
county, which is Hunt's home county.
thrown out by election boards con-
.111 be made
! -T ,!'Tm. ST ",. " ". "th.in.
tent of tnc ,olcr mugl be taken Into
' consideration by the clerks and
, jdges 0f the election.
The diSCOicry has caused Intense
- ' XCtement In the already ovor-exdt
cd political circles of Globe and has
FAVORS ALORICH PLAN
Business Men Especially Interested
in sound Banklnn System
- JJ CIUCAGO. Oct. -Prof. J. U
i.U6--'- v"'r,.. ,, , pf,,!" -
committee 01 tne -NauoBai v,imvi.
- 1 league, organized to promote sounu
banking law's, today expressed him
MH1 -ft 4
A 4flaSaBlBBaaaf f I i m-i-m . 1
n, ! 'iw "! wwpMiap"i"aiil p w 1 1 tw'nTrwTTrmmmprimwmmmmmmmu'miamMA iw -aaaMaaa
Until There Is Mot an Unlawful
Combination or Until the
Law Is Repealed
CA'ND0 NO LESS .
Reply to Those Who Have Crit
icised the Administration ' ..
for Disturbing Business
of the Country
NBWCASTI.G. Wjo, Oct. 20. '
President Taft again made It clear
in a speech hero tonight that It was
his intention to enforce the Sherman
anti-trust law, no matter 'how mucti
the offending corporations might ap
peal for mercy.
'The supreme court," said Mr,
Taft. "has rendered two decisions,
one against the Standard Oil com
pany, requiring It to be broken up,
to be disintegrated into parts, and
tho other against the American To
bacco company. There are other
companies that are charged in tho
same way, some of them coming in
voluntarily to divide themselves up.
Just as wc are about to reach a pfPI
er, successful administration of 'the
law, we begin to And that thero are
some people that object to Its admin
istration liecause of the fact that we
are prosecuting these trusts and en
forcing the law.
"It Is a case where the adminis
tration is being damned If it does,
and being damned If it don't. Hut
our understanding of the administra
tion ot the law Is that when the presi
dent has lifted his band and sworn
to defend the constitution and enforce
the law. it means something, and that
when there was a law upon the stat
ute books for twenty years to sup
press these combinations against tho
interests of trade, to monopolize, to
Interfere with that trade, to cqntrot
prices. lUs his business, and the busi
ness of all who come under him, to
enforce tlig law. andJlhat Is what
'That is what we propose to do.
no matter whether we be damned or
not. The prpsecution of these great
combinations that have been engaged
in trying to prevent competition.
must go on until either the law la
repealed or tne law is so eniorceu
mat noi a comuuiuuuu uun cusi,
and that is the policy which the ad-
ministration has adopted, and in
tends, to carry through.
The president spent the day travel
ing through northern Wjomlng. He
started at Sheridan In the morning
with mercury at 23, and stopped at
night at Newcastle. Not much im
provement In the temperature was
His speech here was begun just as
the snow began to fall. At Sheridan
Mr. Taft was taken for - thre mile
ride to Fort Mackenzie. He spoke
there at the tabernacle under canvas
'to several thoussand people, on ar-
HBinnmr"! r" P
flfl 1 1 I ML I I Lli
III I TI VV I I V I i
PRIMARY BALLOTS AT GLOBE
not had the effect of strengthening
Hunt's chances, which have been
greatly weakened by the publication
of an open letter showing that Hunt
was a labor crusher, and the publi
cation by Ira V. Joyce, nineteen years
old, that he nad been bribed by Hunt's
private secretary to be one of ninety,
three "representative Indignant citi
zens" to sign a protest against tne
criticism of Hunt by the Globe news
papers It was also discoverer.! to
night that the tickets for the primary
election in this eounty have been
printed by tho Daily Globe, Hitnt's
paper, at J23.77 a thousand, notwith
standing the paper's contract calling
for "regular" Ballots at $7.50 per
thousand The district attorney de
cided that primary ballots were not
regular ballots, and therefore an In
crease In price was permitted
The Silver Belt charges, that the
Hunt ring, which controls coHrt house
politics, . is engaged In financing
limit s paper for campaign purposes,
with the public's money.
self In favor of the Aldireh central
reserve system, before a sub-conntft-.ee
cf the National Commission, which
Is holding a public bearing here.
"TSuslneas men aro more interested
in sound banking than any others.'
he eald. "When a p3nie eomes, the
business man is the first to he bit.
and his loans arc cut off when he
most needs money."
- . ..tt
L" ' " i?-- 'aMggyHffl ... KH