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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1912
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Latter Day Saints Go to Col
onia Morales to Investi
gate Report of Occu
pance of Homes
DOUGLAS. Ariz, Oct. 2-A
partr of more than one dozn
A party of more than ono dozen
Mormons from tbo refugee camp In
Douglas left yesterday for Colonla
Morales, where they will Investi
gate reports which are brought from
there to the effect that the rebels
when they deserted the camp, left
the Mormon homes filled with Mexi
can families with the instructions
that they could occupy them to
their heart's content. Ono report Is
to tho effect that a certain Mexican
family who had worked for Mr. E.
S. Nichols, ordered the owner and
family off the premises, being able
to make the order stick, and arc
now occupying his place.
Are Rebels Sympathizers?
The Mexican families thus en
trenched are said to be rebel sympa
thizers, and Salazar made them
believe that ho could glvo the clear
titles to tho property. Upon the
report of the couriers who are at
Colonla Morales by this time, the
Mormons will base future actions.
It is said there are no homes thcro
which hare not been denuded by
Before tho Mormon couriers left
Bishop Lilly hlto made a request
of Gen. fianjines to give them an
escort from the federal forces In
'Agua Prieta, for protection, and this
loafing and dillatory commander re
fused to do so. He next appealed
to Consul Dye, and tho latter found
himself powerless In the matter, bat
at once wired to Washington laying
the conditions before tho state de
partment with the request for per
mission to render all tho assistance
which was possible under tho cir
cumstances. RALPH BE PALMA IIS
Tetzlaff Who Holds World's
Record Forced Out of Con
test. Engine Disabled
MILWAUKPE. Oct 2 Ralph De
Palma, driving a Mercedes won he
eighth VanderbMt cun road race over
the new Wauwatota course today. In
4:20; 21 11 the distance being 299
miles and 2704 feet This was at an
average rpecd of Gt miles an hour,
nine mile3 le-ss than the world s record
established at Santa Monica, Cat , last
jear by Teddy Tetzlaff.
Hugh Hughes, In a Mercer was sec
ond and 4 24.5 seconds behind him
was Spencer Wishart, n a Mercedes
who was third Tetzlaff In a big Fiat,
led the first 200 miles with a lead of
nearly one lap over De Palma, when
ho wae forced out or the race be
cause the great speed burned up his
SOCCER GAME SUNDAY.
The Krights of Columbus Soccer
team. Thorn will be a practice game
of the above 'earn at Warren Pari
or Sunday, Oct. Cth, all members .n
terested in same will please firn
out. Game to commence at 12 o clock
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J. B. Angius
"The Pure Food
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I .Scores Yesterday
Boston .. ..
Brooklyn . ..
Second Qatno It H
Boston T 12 2
Brooklyn C 9 J
Perdue, McTlsno and Rarlden,
Knetzer and Erwta.
At New York It II E
Now York ,. ICO
Hiiladelphia 2 C 1
Ames, Wtltsp and IWilley; Seaton
At Chicago R H E
Chicago C 11 0
Pittsburg . 5 12 2
Lavender, Smith and Archer, Cam
nitz, Robinson and Gibson,
At Dejrojt II
Detroit .'. 6
Chicago- v 8
Jensen, Bonier and Onslow,
cotte, Walsh and Sullitan
At St. Louis It H B
L 1-ouia 2 8 2
Cleveland 4 8 2
Hamilton, Allison and Alexander,
Blasdins and' Ossein.
KJawitter and Fisher,
Vernon . .
Castleton and Brown;
. 5 8
. 4 10
TWENTY-SIX ENTRIES IN
GOLF DINNER MATCHES
Country Club's Links Will
Be Active with Players
Saturday and Sunday
t With the match yet two days away.
and entries not closing until tho last
i day of play, there have already been
twenty six entries pairea ior me uin
ner match which will be played on
the Warren , District Country club s
course Saturday and Sunday The
committee expects more entries in
the next two dais, and there will
jmdoufctedly e some belated ones
who win not eatr nam tney reaca
the chib To accommodate these, a
member of the committee will be at
the dab house both Saturday and
Sunday. The entries Urns far are
M. J. Itrophy
"W. H. Brophy
U B, Jlltehell
Matches will all be Bteyed without
baadlcapsv awl tho woraNaTS of" the,
teaan lohu the largest number of
matches wffl be -the hosts afthc,dint
nor which Is the prize at stake.
Ttie committee asks aH ot Iboof
who have neglected to answer the
postcards mailed to them last week to
ta& in a deateratfoa of their mien-,
Mo tejU.v. at jWW, an tlfc j3Mt
tee will then pair thwn at wnce. Oth
erwise tfcey may bar to await part
ners before esterteg wha the play
Beautiful Woman Convicted
.of Killing and Other In
trigues Pardoned by
WOMAN STILL YOUNG
ROME, Oct 2 Aftor having served
less than halt of her eight years In
rrlson sentence, the Countess Mario
ITarnovsKI, often spoken ot as the
most beautiful and capthating queen
"of the great criminal adventuresses of
history, has been pardoned by the
. Italian goernment The announce-
reient ot the pardon has aroused much
i Interest and not a little public crit
icism of the action of the authorities
in setting at liberty a woman who, in
the language of Prof. Rossi of Genoa,
the distinguished alienist and psycho
logist, is suffering from "a diabolical
malad which makes her unanswer
able for her acts, and who should ba
-.o confined as to prevent her from
injuring others or herBelf."
For two years tho woman has been
confined in prison In Venice on a
charge of murder With her two lov
ers, a Moscow iawjer ana a young
Russian official, she waB convicted in
1910 on a charge of successfully con
spiring to murder her husband. Count
Paul Kamarovskl, In 1907. The
charges were based on the accumu
lated evidence produced through an
exhaustive investigation by the Aus
trian and Russian police, by tho con
fessions ot the lovers, Naumoff and
Prilukoff, and ewn by the confession
of the Countess herself, which, how
ever, fhe later denied and retracted
Ccuntess Still Young
The Countess Tarnovskl. despite
her long career of intrigue and ad
venture. Is now but little more than
thirty years of age and Is said to to
as beautiful as ever. She Is the
daughter of a noble Russian family
and was educated In a convent. Whllo
still In her teens she eloped with
Count Tarnovskl, a wealthy man, who
after their marriage treated her with
creat brutality She grew to hate
him and deceive him One of her
loTers. Borgevsky, was shot by her
husband and died In her arms. An
other, a Russian officer named Stahl
committed suicide, ana it is aiiegea
that he did so at her inatignation
Her brother in-law, the younger Tar
novskl. also committed suicide.
In 1903 the Countess met Prilukoff,
a Jloscow lawyer, wno aesercea ms
wife and family, embezzled his clients'
money, and traveled through Europe
with her. On their voyages they met
Naumoff. a neurotic young man of
twenty-one, who also came under her
Spell. Later she encountered Count
Kamarovskl, to whom she became oe-
In the summer of 1907 the Countess,
according to her own account, be
came tired of her wanderings with her
lovers, and began to think of marry
ing Count Kamarovskl and settling
down Prilukoff, she asserted at her
trial, suggested that murder was far
preferablo to matrimony Then It
was that the plot to insure the
Counts life and then kill him began
to be hatched The first step was
to induce him to insure his life in
her favor for $100,000.
Insult Was Ingenious
The next step was the inflaming of
Naumoff against Kamarovskl, and this
was effected in a simple and ingeni
ous manner A telegram was drafted,
addressed to the Countess, and signed
with Kamaroski s name It contain
cd the foulest insults against both
the Countess and Naumoff This tele
gram was sent from Vienna to Venice,
and telegraphed back to Vienna. There
Prilukoff and the Countess caused It
to be shown to Naumoff and the lat
ter, in a frenzy of rage, hurried to
Venice to take vengeance on the sup
Naumoff made his way to the
Counts ilia early in the morning of
ISept 4, 1907 Brushing past the
I maid, who opened the door, ho strode
into the Count's bedroom The latter
awakened by his entry, cried out .n
alarm. Naumoff, without a word, fir
ed at him five times with a revolver,
inflicting mortal wounds. Naumoff,
his rage spent, confuhed, helpless and
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remorseful, made only a half-hearted
attempt to escape, and was captured
Prilukoff was a witness of the mur
der He had shadowed Naumoff to
Venice, watched tilra enter the villa,
and heard the shots. Sure that the
deed was done, he returned to Vienna.
But the address of the Countess was
discovered" by the Venetian police in
the rooms of the murdered man, and
both Prilukoff and the Countess were
arrested Naumoff, -broken in spirit,
confessed his crime and told ot his
passion for the Countess after some
vain attempts to shield her Prilu
koff sought to commit suicide, but the
prison wardens were vigilant and his
life was saved Only the Countess
preserved an unshaken calm The
trial ot the trio ot conspirators took
place In Venice and consumed nearly
six months All three were convicted.
The Jury found that Naumoff and thi
Countess were not fully responsible
for their acts. They were sentenced
to three and eight years' imprison
ment respectively Prilukoff was sen
tenced to ten j ears' imprisonment
How Is a person to become the els-tcMn-law
ot her grandmother and the
aunt of her own mother This puzzle
has been successfully solved by a
young lady. Mile Antoinette Graul
Here, at Lunas, In the Dordogne Sho
married M Stelllng Laumont, of Pleu
rae, and, as he happened to be her
grand-uncle and the brother of her
grandmother, she thereby became her
grandmother's slstcr-ln-law At tho
same time she was, according to law,
the aunt of her own mother.
Floating Baths Condemned.
Floating baths near great cities are
now condemned by sanitary author!
ties The vast quantities of sewage
that are discharged Into the waters
that usually border such cities are
thought to be productive of disease to
bathers, and certainly render their
ablutions of doubtful value as a clean
FOOTBALL SCOORES YESTERDAY
Princeton, 41, Rutgers, 6.
Pennsjlvania, 35, Franklin, 0.
Drown, 3; Colby, 1.
Dartmouth, 41: Norwich, 9.
Carlisle. C3, Vlllanova, 0.
We are now open for business with a full
line of Racket and variety goods, including
5c, 10c, 15c, 20c and 25c values. .'. .'.
Store, New Goods, New Stock
and get acquainted and inspect our stock
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Now York City
Superintendent King of E. P.
& S. V. to Meet with City
Council October 5
There will be a conference between
the city council and Superintendent
F B King, of the El Paso and South
western, October 5, for the purpose
nt ri.l.rinlnln t4,b anil vvtaimc nf
w u..,., .uiuau n ..j o nuu uicuua wt i
clearing the municipal subway of the.'
collection of boulders and silt, due
to the recent heavy rains. This ac
tion was determined on at Tuesday
night's meeting of the council
Local agent F. U Williams ap
peared before the council and stated
that he would say for Mr King that
the latter was willing to confer with
the council at the councils conven
Subway Matter to Be Cleared
Mr King will be In Blsbee October
5, and the clt council probably will
meet in special session on that dato
and decide what shall be done with
reference to the sbway There Is
a belief that tho original contract
between the city and the railroad
comparfy, under which &e subway
was constructed, contains some pro
visions that will settle the respective
responsibility of each of the parties
at interest, and this document will ue
locked up in the meantime.
The condition of the subway was
reported to the council in the official
report of Street Superintendent lx
renzo Wright, who stated that for a
length of 200 feet, back of the post
office, the subway was filled, lacking
about ten iniches Should a torren
tial rain fall before It Is cleared, It
Is feared that the subway would
burst or that It would overflow to the
damage of the business sectkn
His Source of Livelihood.
Solicitor (In tbo West London Coun
ty Court, to debtor) "What are you
earning now?" Debtor "Nothing."
His Honor "Are you living on tho
moon?" Debtor '"No, on my wife."
His Honor "Ten Days
Belasco Theatre Success
'The Boss and The Man'
This realty great play Is tho hlbbest hit th Belasco aUge hai
known In years.
One of the Really Great Plays of the Decade
If you want to sec what is really tho biggest play of tho decade, it
you want to see a play that will make your laugh and. think at the
samo time, ree "THE LANDSLIDE."
It Is only once in a long while that a truly big play comes along
Tho big play of the generation Is dow at the ORPHBUM.
25, 35, 50 Always 25, 35, 50
PROGRAM FOR TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.
"THE SOLDIER BROTHERS OF SUSANNA" An Interesting story of
the Civil War. ...AsSS!
"ON THE TRAIL OF THE GERM" An educational picture show
ing the cause and cure of the great white plague.
"ANONA'S BAPTISM" An interesting Patbe Indian story.
"THE TOURISTS" and "WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED" Two
screaming Biograph comedies. Matinees Tuesday, Friday, Saturday
Evening performance at 7:30 A continuous show.
ADMISSION 10 AND 15 CENTS
JACOB SCHMID, Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Week
Program changes every day
An hour of high class entertainment awaits you at this show hooso
Admission 5c and 10c
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