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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS.
BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 1. 1912
JOB KHUN m.
For Whom Will We Be Yelling Two Months Hence?
By John T. McCutcheon.
IS EXPECTED IN
p d com !
Deled ive Franklin, Turning
State's Evidence, Tells
of Corruption of
J u rors
IN D ARROW TRIAL
Says Chief Counsel for Mc-
to Pay S"),000
I.OS ANGELES. Mav 31. Job Ilar-todny
rlman, lato candidate for mayor ot '
Lo, Angeles on the socialist ticket
and once a candMate on the sani"
ticket for vice-president, sat today at
'the trial of narrow for alleged jury
'bribing, and heard himself named as
the man who provided Darrow with i
the alleged bribe money. Ijter he er -that additions to their ranks are
heard the same witness, Tiert Frank-' recorded hourly ind that they c
lin. testifying for the state. quote I ix-ct to bring about a practically com-
'Darrow as savins to him. "If you
mention my name 1 want you also
to mention what you know ntout
Scnsntlons crowded thick and fast
at today's sessions of the trial,
lowing each other In such rapid sue-
cession that tho entire day may he
ttesilribed as one continuous thrill, i
'the culmination of a rapid-lire cross j
examination oi wie states principal i sir-war 'aencs were usu. ijiu-t u.
witness by Chief Counseel Rogers, for , mans meeting ?-ns held in an oiera
the defense. Franklin's testimony i honr where tho stage was placarded
on direct examination, at times wa t with fiery cnicrams. "Dante's Infer
dramatic In the extreme, the wnnes- , no. a kitchni: cooks dropping dead
doirtlnc from an apparent willing from heat and overwork." read one
ne.ss to tell all he knew to a seeiulns
learning to Rive. evidence ccncernuis
close friends whom ho subsequent!
drew Into his story of jury corruption
Twice ho nppealed to the conn.
once when asked to name the mail j
said to have cfferel to bribe a venire
man with v.liom he was negotiating
and again when District Attornev
Ford asked him to gie tlie name?
of the three men whom he had ap
proncnej witii oncri. oi unues,
For the first time since the arrest
ot F.-nnklln and the indictment o!
himself end Dai row, the names o
the nrosnective jurors alleged t'-
have been approached with bribe
other than Lockvvoo.i and Haiti were' r7arv Returns Indicate He
injected into the case Franklin a,.- TJ .,,. .
pealed t6 the court whea bo was . ske. , HaS neatCIl W HSOn
to mention the names of the men he. Three tO One
said he had approached, as they were
all his friends. Shortly after 'ne i,;0viDRNOi:. It. I May 31.-Tte-niade
a similar appeal when asked to
name .the man who is said to have! turns from the presidential prefer
approached Kruger before he did ence democratic primary had been
He exhIMted much emotion when he received from a little more than one
related the conversation with Kni-Uhird of the state at 11 o'clock, an
ger In which the latter told him an-.
omer man unereu uiin i.uw to voie.ai tj,nt time Clark was leaning wii
for McNamara, as a juior. Kruger j ,.on :liout three to one. Returns from
wanted to know if thev were both vs. 0f tiu. 80 dis-tricts gave Clark 9S4,
working for the same side. He named Wilson 321, Harmon r9. The simc
a Los Angeles lawjer not heretofore districts for national committeemen
mentioned In connection with the
McNamara case, which drew an
dignant protest from Rogers
Says Darrow Knew
rraiiktln testified lie told Darruw
after his arrest for attempting tv. jnterestei' in Wilson confined them
bribe tocKwood, that had Darrow noi Ive" to placing advertisements in
been present when he was arrested. ' tnP papers yesterdav. The vote was
he had Intended to turn the tables on
Lockwood and hand the latter over
to the police for accepting a bribo
."That was," salfl fne witness, "wheii
1 found Ickwood had ttirnerd traitoi
tt me." He said that when he saw
detectives near the scene of his meet
mg wltli Iockwood. he knew he had
been betrayed. Following hU ar
rest. Franklin testified that Dartow
had assured him that his family woiiM
ho looked after. Franklih said his SEATTLE, May 31 Mrs Effie
wife anil son advised him not tn'iJlsson forty-five years old, was
drg Darrow Into the case. He relat- beaten to death with a carpenter's
cTl numerous conversations with Dar- hammer. George Felton. twenty-six j
tow In which his course was dis-'
Tlin n!lnM9 did not fear ronvic
Hon of attempting to bribe Jck
wood, he said, but 1-ecompte Davis ,
had been conducting negotiations with
tho district attorney with a view to ,
getting the latter to accept a plea ot ,
milltv fln tho nart of IYanklin. In.
lew of the plea, the Imposition ol
a Gne of $5,000 was anticipated. Dar-
MU - -" . -..- i
n rfl,t Mm lhi wllnpsa said, that
he wouhl pay the fine, and In addi-. anco and forcd his way into her't apparently reliable information ( reon. While the state of Mexico and
tion would give him $3,000 for the j room Felton, who is a magazine was received 'here tonight, confirming . tho capital itself are reported per
protection of his family until he agent was bhot by Miller tonight a-1 tno reported occupation of Leadro. j fectly quiet. In Sinaloa, Guerrero,
could rebuild his reputation in the j,c sat at the head of a flight or, near Tdrreon, by the rebels, and it.Morelos, Oaxaca and the Isthmus ot
(community. Franklin said ho toidlgtalrs In Mrs. Laeson's hotel, where M said 'ears arc felt for the safety Tehuantepect conditions seem bad
Darrow if the district attorney ac-1 Miller was employed. Mrs. Lasson ' t Torrcon. Leadro's importance lies!
cepted the plea of guilty and dis- wa, divorced. The trouble between' In the fact that it is regarded .is GERMANS TO LEAVE CHIHUAHUA
missed the other counts, and he! Felton and Miller has teen brewing a long sVp toward the capture of. CHI.-.ETAHUA, May 31. Though
would care for his family as he prom- for a long time. I Torreon. General Huerta's army's conditions here are not materially
lse.: he would accept the proposition, j fitore house. ' changed. It was announced today that
"Go-Between" Story Suggested ! STRIKE CROWS AT LAWRENCE. ', Government circles are apparently, every German woman and chtid in
When the plea of guilty and re! I without information regarding the this district will leave on the first
quest for probation was discussed, j JAWRENCE. Mass. May 31 Thieo' situation. General Rianquct report i train going to the United States
the witness said Davis agreed to , hundred operatives of the American ed from Jlminez today that he had Probably a military train will be
give $5,000. the amount of the pro-1 woolen Mills today Joined the 100 driven the rebels from the vicinity of I sent north either tonight or tomorrow,
posevl fine, and $3,000 In addition opemtives of the carding and comb-' Avilesl in Durango. : and tho Germans will go on it. The
At a later date when a plan was suf- ine roo-ns who struck Tuesday, be-1 federals yesterday took Santa Rosa
gested by Davis, said the witness, . causn the other operatives of those! RAISING REBEL WAR FUND . lla. north of Jlminez. the rebels mak
of Inventing a story of a "go-between" I r0ome refused to become members of HEBEL HEADQUARTERS. Chlhua- Ing no effort to keep the town.
between Franklin and Darrow. In orth I W W nua- J,ex- 5,a3r 3'- A committee ap-
aJL f w the latter. Franklin told i pointed to collect 1,000,000 pesos for REFUGEES REACH JUAREZ
ripm he said that Ford would never
telfeve such a story. When Roger
imt th.. tritnos;. he becan the cross-
examination with a series of ques -
inns .nnrernlne Franklin's Dast re
latlons with Ix)ckwood. and the
former's expressed willingness to
have Lockwood punished for accept -
Ing a bribe. When asked what ho
meant when he told Darrow that
Lockwood was a man of sterling in
, Four Thousand Employes of
New York Hotels and
DISORDER LAST NIfillT
NEW YORK, May 31 Tim nildl '
lion of lflf'O strikers to flip ranks '
bringing th- iniol to 4.000. niul a
I demons! ration marked with disorder
'on rifth avenue, were tnnisht's foa- i
1 tures of the ff-,rts of the Iiiti-rnatlon-
al Ilotrl workers' union to eiifoieel
' recognition, olitalr Increase in wages !
.and Itnpiovcd working ronilltions for j
employes In Nov York Kitchens and
! dir.lni! rooms. Some of the thirty I
hotels afTected managed to "ret along!
but others Hosed their doors.
The hotel men are busy tonight
with the mobilization of an army of
; Mibtitutes, including negroes from
(southern winter rt sorts. They say
thev will fight to the finish. Tint
union officials say thev have
hnnsted ontv one-third of their now-
plot,, tie-up of the hotel and restair-
in:.t businc? in ihis city und It nee-
' esarv extend the movement to otli- j
rr places. j
, litc tonight -100 men marched j
fid-'down Fifth avenue and halted In front)
of TVlmonicos shouting ppitnets at'
the waiters there who refused to loin j
them. Tollcemen cowed the moh and
(t moved along to othc- hotels wheru i
"A dollar fine for a smile." was an (
other A list oi me new places
where strikes, vero declared tonight
n:is read and received with cheers.
The Mst included I'.irk Avenue. Ma-
jpstic. HeraM Squ:re. Hoforan House,
Moquln's two plnces and two Bustano-
"RHODE ISLAND ADDED
ID CLARK'S COLUI
UO(lr af.Pr .ne polls had closed and '
je the incumbent, George AV.
in-.. s:9 and congressman George
, O'Phntighne-.sy C5".
i Clark's supporters made tho oily
cctive campaign in tlie state. Those
SEATTLE lESIHBl'ilEBElS ARE
years old, was shot to death, and I
Joseph IMi:er, thirty-five years old, U
In o(i ,i,.nri.i -itH mni-Hor n iho!
culmination of a fight between Miller I
ami Felton Wednesday nlsht over
Felton's attentions t6 Mrs. Lssson
jjrs. reason, who conducts several
lodging houses here, was killed somoj
tlma tirln thn flnv nt rn nt lipr!
.establishments, but the body was not.
foumi until tonight, when a lodger
V.,.1. UU,.,. V..- .MJ M W..W w. ...
v,m -l.,-.,,.,.! nt .- ..nm.r.,
I tegrity, and yet thought he would ac
I cept a bribe, the witness said he j
took a chance, as he knew that ifi
, Lockwcod gave his word, he would
i "stick until hell froze over.'
Tho .witness denied he was offeree
immunity, nnt saici mo law grantee
1 him Immunity when he took the
j stand for the prosecution. Frankllr
I was on the stand when conrt ad
journeu until tomorrow.
ALLOWED TO LAND
Gomez Sajs Quiet lias!
JJeen Restored in All
HAVANA. Hay SI. The American
legation received advices today from
The Government Army
Reach- to Move Against
the Rebels This
Daiquiri that the plant or the Iron,
company there had been attacked.)
uut that its assailants wcro held lot
check by forty guards, who later'
ex-lwcro reinforced by 100 men. This!
combined force drove off the incrue
ents. anil on the arrival of the l'a-l
ducat), the fighting was over, and J
apparently there was no necessity of;
extending the aid
marines. I ater in
or tne American i
marines. later in the day Colonel
lartl. ehlef-of-staff of the Cubau
army, and Lieutenant Consuegm,
8an,.,j fnr Santiago on the gunboat
ijatney to explain to the commande.-
0f tho paducah the situation on j
snorP a,i nforln him that there wa I
no necessity o' landing American i
forces. Tonight however. Gomez '
consented "to the landing of marines !
The newsnawrs have issued extia i
editions tonight, announcing that a i
battle was fought not far from San
tiago, in which many rebels wcrei
Kiiie-d lv tne lire or tne (Julian ar
tillery. Tlie government has report
'a a sklrmisn. wltu casualties un
known. General Monteguedo Is still.
Imsy in (Triente disposing his forces I
for a ilerfsive movement against the
enemv. This is expected to take I
I HAVANA. May 31. President Go-.
mez omcht telegraphed Oenrral Mon-'
j teguedo, comnandcr In chief of the
j Ci;l.an p,rmr, ho Isat '3j5e tcejie of '
iiostllUfes in Provlnpo Oriente, stat
inr that the general might permit
Ar.ieriran marines to land on Cuban
toil and guard foreign property. The
despatch added that the Cuban forces
then might retire from guarding such
places and devote themselves to
pursuinr tho insurgents.
Many Rumors Afloat
Skirmishes are said to continue bo
tween tho government tinops anO
the insurgents, but without nuv lm
I nortant results, and quiet is reortet I
in all the provinces except Oriente
Orders have been placed in tht 1'nit
ed States for the immediate deliver
of a quantity of arms, and a regimen!
of 700 volunteers under Colonel Pie
dra is readv- to leave Hav-ana Sumla;
to reinforce Oeneral Monteguedo . i
A unconfirmed rumor is current In'
Havana tonight hat tho negroes ir j
traordinary police protection has been j
president Gomez, sent a message to 1
toe capitoi inten.i to ns mil no ex j
congress today transmitting the cor-M'""";. au'""r,'J -". "' """ a" ,."'';
respondence between the Havana andl"1' . S:n ,Diee ,rThf)0f
Washington governments on the U i te,fc0SHlAtat ?atrt " fCOMIterif"?f,t
rici Th ..,... i.i .,.. ,i. advisability of trying to make further
I government had put" down the upris (
!.ng in ail the provinces except
tt - Tikpn
Are within Striking
NOW RAISING FUNDS
Mfc-AILU CIT , May ul. unofficial I
' carrying on the war secured 73,000'
without doing anything drastic, but I
It is not believed that the full amount1
cm be raised without coercion. Prac-
iicauy an ine uerman women ami
, children left town today.
CONDITIONS REPORTED BAD
WASHINGTON, May 31. Advices
to the stato department report desul
tory fighting near Loma, west of Tor-
CopyHchf 1912 l: Mm T McTutchron 1
LgSlSalJigSsl I and , Po t,ng s T
gf?V gov. JOH'isor r KSEVEUT
v i)'0" k$i Ta " Cl
DIEGO 'WANTS A
Council Asks Governor tO '
1 SAN niKfiO. 'Mav 31. The Mlv
coimcj I1Iianlmoug,y passed todav B
. . . , . .
resolution asking Governor Johnson
to call an extra session of the Iegls
Jature to consider the industrial
,ll,llnn hr ani, confer on the ad.
',,, nre',ana . , , ,. . ,
Usability of the establishment of a
Bta,c constabulary "with unquestlonej
' 1 ..-It--. ..l...-!.. n t..AM.l .... .t. .
tes f,the "mOVe n" ,, ? Tin
f .X tiLi
the officially exempted streets. It is
said that Alexander Irvintv. the social
ist leader of Los Angeles, may coma
I to San Diego and attempt to address
i public meetings in the street.
Raymond Benjamin, the chief depu
i ty attorney general, said today that
Attorney General Webb probable
would return next Tuesday. Benja
min declined to make a statement
about the attitude of United State.-.
Attorney General Wickersham in or
dering a federal grand Jury' to in'
vestlgate the local disturbances.
MCNAMARA ATTORNEY DIES.
LOS ANGELES, May 31. Cyrus F
McXutt, an associate counsel in tho
McNamara dynamite case died here
tonight. He has been a resident of
Los Angclec since 1007 having come
here from Indiana.
JUAREZ. May 31. Sevenlj five
German and fifty American refugees.
thg former mostly women and chiv
dren. arrived here tonight on a spec-
lai train lrum uniuuanua, me uri
train In nearlv three days. They de
clared mat means ior leaving .Mexico
jrcro provided by ie rebels only af
ter an insistent demand had been
made by Marlon Letcher, the Ameri
DISCUSSED IN HOUSE
Congressmen Argue Possibil
ity of His Nomination
WASHINGTON. May 31. Respon
sibility for the defeat or Canadian
reciprocity was debated in the hous'e
today during the consideration of the
military academy appropriation bill.
Shackelford, of Missouri, a democrat.
asserted that the reciprocity bill
njil which vn nlaoeri in the hauSe
metal tariff schedule by the senate ,'or aliv cSser number, except on0 to
was the work of President TattI tle colonel himself if he comes and
"and the former president" Prince
of Illinois, a republican, retorted thai
the democratic speaker of the house
was a bed-fellow with Taft on reci-
proclty questions. Prince then spoke trilmtlon. "No committeeman can
eiiloglstically of Roosevelt, and Hard- Ket all the tickets he wants," ho said.
wicKi of Georgia, chlded him for com- .-Mt ttuh the limited number at our
ing out so" late for the Colonel. command, each will get his just pro-
"He' is the only wild man of thelp0t0n. They will ge given out in tho
country wno nas anvocaicu me re-
call of judicial decisions," said
.iAir i...m io .im ..nii.m.n
wick. -"To whom Is the eentlemanivr,iinn ff i onrui mnnv vinrs.
rpfprrlns-. Hm-priior Wilson, of New'
Jersey?" asked Good, a. republican.1 Cjilent as it is called, I simplv wish to u"n town district startled the home
from Iowa. Mv that I will make no attempt to , Pomg theater crowds between quarf-
"No, to Roosevelt, who denounced match Moe' Dixon in Billingsgate or.er to eleven and a quarter to twelve
Bryan as a socialist because he critl- insult and therefore will have no con-1 tonirht. Loss of life and property
cised the income tax decision, and troversv" is the shaft delivered at'lnr,nse is small.
who now wants the recall of all de- United States Senator Dixon, Roose-! o arrests have been made up to
cisions."" shouted Hardwick. Tho yei'H campaign rranager. by New. Ai lnt nour and speculation as to tho
Georgian predicted that Roosevelt numher of the fifty-eight Illinois del-, rr.otlve is. still rife. Ono theory has
would be nominated and defeated at egates left here today for Oyster Bay 'it n gumbliiig war like tne one that
the polls. where they will confer with Roose-' stnick Chicago and later New York.
"Missouri is sure to cast her vote .-j, tomorrow- j Another has it the work of disgrun-
for him," said Dyer, a- republican,
from Missouri. "Not unless she lm
ports more niggers than she did two
years ago," shouted Hoohei. a demo
crat, from Missouri.
SMITH SPEAKS ON
SLOAN IN SENATE
WASHINGTON. May 31. The sen
ate In executive session today again
considered the nomination of Richard
E. Sloan as United States district
judge for Arizona. Dili took no ac-
i . .
lion, ine session was oevmeu mam-
ly to a speecn ny senator amiui wno
nisciiEsea moans relations wnn uwi
Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe.
EIGHT HOUR LAW
WASHINGTON. May 31. The sen
ate tooay passed the house eight-hour
day bill. It requires that every con
tract made In which the United
States fn a party shall contain tho
provision that no laborer or mechanic,
shall bo permitted to work more than
eight Hours Iff any one day.
FOR TICKETS REFUSED
Chairman New Says One for
,,, ir i ii tj
Himself Is-All He
CHICAGO, May 31. Harry New,
chairman ot the sub-committee on ar
rangements for tho republican con
vention tonight made what is said to
be the final pronouncement regard
ing tho distribution of tickets for tho
convention. In substance he reiter-1
ie-,ato( his previous refusal to furnish
f- ,. hca n? I?nrwvMfr 9f.IV tirVts
asl:s for it.
The seats other than those alloted
to del'?atcs will be divided among
thr national committeemen for dis-
Hard-jtalnetl at the republican national cpn-
.. . .
customary manner wincn nag on-
-Pomiin. thi. rtnosovolt spnt in-
At tbo headquarters of the rcpub-
lican national committeo contests
from other districts were added to-
d.-vy to the list of 204 contests made
public yesterday" making a total of
22fi contests to date.
CONDORV ATTEMPTS ESCAPE.
KANSAS CITY, May 31. William
J. Condorr of San Francisco, who was
arrested In Pasadena several months
ago for attacking Mrs Jack Cudahy
of Kansas City today attempted to
escape from the municipal farm. Ho
was caueht before he had left the
m,m,i. rvin.ir.rv nnnpnroH here a
few davs after Mrs. Cudahy returned
i h .r.c -.n,i n-rta hnlne- trpfltod
,""' ", ..,,, .,, Mr
ni lilt" irtfiici a iiiii '- . - -
- n th ce ;jnd
- n, she
- - - - . . ,ollowed her ad
-, ,,", ,. .,. y,aT. cinro
r"'" .as been h'eld teX
SpNATE WILL TAKE UP dercd summoned today ty judge uar-
LORIMER CASE NEXT WEEK ipenter. The federal offldals neither
aifirm. nor deny, that the new Jury
WASHTNGTON. May 31. Senator will be asked to Investigate the test!
Kern of Indiana, announced todav, mony at the recent packers' trial. It
that when the Lorlmer case is!
brought up Monday, he will let It go
over until Tuesday. He will then
open what he believes will bo a two
Upper House Also Objects
to the State Carry.
ing Any Fire
HISBEK REVIEW BUREAU. ROOM
r. Western Union Iliiilding, I'hoenix,
May 31. (Special) insurance legis
lation held the Miards at the capitoi
building today, and belore adjourn
ment the senate agreed on a statu
tax un Insurance Companies, both firo
and life, of three per cent of their
gross premium collections annually.
Tho house had up the insurance
code and asked for an opinion if the
same came under 'the governor's call
fpr the extra session. The lusuranco
people are opposing the tax bill, and
lavor the code. Seemingly adding In
sult to injii.T just .before adjourn
ment, the senate passed a bill pro
hibiting tho state from carrying any
insurance, and creating an insurance
fund which will have paid into it
annually by the stato JC.Ouu to meat
possible fire losses.
The house nassed the Jacobs board
of control liill bv a closo vote of
19 to 10, and then when the senato
bill arrived in the house Horn tho
senate it was laid on the table.
Pay Day Bi Passed
Tho bcini-mouthl) pay day bill
vvaa passed by a vote of twenty-four
to ten. There was but a limited de
bate on tbe bill, I inch making an.
I exceptional!; good speech on tho
I subject. He said bo did not approve
' of that feature of the bill which de
nied the right of employes to con
' tract with their employes for a
' monthly instead of wceklj or semi-
monthly pay day, and douUedaitucU
' was constitutional. And he said that
bo had talked with every trainman
I he hnd met while journeying from his
' home at Safford to I'hoenix. and not
I one man favored the semi-monthly
pay day, tsl a prcterred the month
ly pay day. Ho presented to tint
house a petition from the Santa Fu
railroad employes against the oil'.
He said he did realize, however, thai
conditions were such in certain inlu-
Ing camps that a semi .nonthly pay
day W0,lld bo an advantage to the
' workmen, an-J he voted for the bill.
hoping that the senate would so
amend it that the bad features irsuhl
During the day tho governor noti
fied the house and senate that he had
signed and approved on May Ji) tb-j
Drennan bill, making the C.rey ac'
applicable to Arizona
Pool Rooms and Broker's
Officer Attacked by
SAV rRANCISCO. May 31. Three
successive explosions within an hour
all In liool rooms nr smnll hrot-prs
stalls and widely scattered over tho
tied loic-rs. Sporting men say that
an me iooi room Keeiers arc. nan
in rlove with one another and that
spite work was impossinle.
The first explosion was in Corbett's
kept by Tom Corbett a brother of
James J Corbett, the actor and pugil
ist. His 'place '" a small one story
wooden shack and was deserted but
the explosion threw a big fright into
I the audience of a moving picture
show which was Just surging into tho
scrcot after the last film had been
Another explosion took place at
(Stevenson and Second streets and a
' third one on Montgomery street.
I From the rapidity with which the ex-
i'nlosions followed each other the po-
I Mr., heliovo tnev were executed., by
. - - - "
; organized conspirators.
CHICAGO, May 31. A special
United States grand Jury was or-
is known, however, that government
officials havo recently been compar
ing the testimony of the packers at
the trial with that given beforo tho
I M.-fi9nw-r; v:,
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