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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. "fc.
BISBEE, ARIZONA. THURSDAY MORNING. N OYEMBER 14, 1912.
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FORMER EDITOR OF DOUGLAS DISPATCH 15 MURDERED IN STREET AT CLIFTON iff CARPENTER
After Being Wounded Asj
" sassin Shoots Himself i
Through the Head There-
by Preventing His Arrest
TROUBLE GREW OUT
Assailant Had Made Threats
in tfie Day-Time Bur on
His Promise to Sheriff. He
Was Not Arrested -'
CLIFTON. Nov. 13: Franklin It
Dorr, former editor of the iDougiss
Dispatch was murdered on; Main
street, Clifton, test night "liu was
jhot In the fctoinach by William Al
lender. vi carpenter, but formerly in
terested in the Alidome theater te
ceutly purchased by Dorr who'cauio
beje from Bisbee. , t
Allender claimed Dorr was Indebted
to him In the suroot $3ft. - .
During the, afternoon Allender. went
to the- theater and demanded his mon
ey and Dorr promised to pay as soon
as the leceipts of the performances
equaled this amount. Allender depart
ed saying he would return in the
evening to collect the amount due
him and be said if he tailed to get
It there would be trouble.
Dorr Notifies Sheriff
Dorr notified sheriff Jobu Patty of
AHender's thieats. When the picture
fcliow opened Tuesday evening Al
lender !i9 on hand and tried to cloae
tho Hbow and seize the box office re
ceipts. Sheriff l'afty and a deputy
ejected Allender tromthe tlleater and
the latter promised Sheriff Patty he
would so tome and not molest Mr.
The last how at the Alrdome was
out at 9:30 o'clock in the evening.
Dorr closed up and in company with
his wife was walking down Main
street on his way home. They wrte
overtaken by Allender who carried a
photgun. ile called to Dorr, demand
ing an immediate settlement of hU
account and as Dorr turned to fare
him, Allender was on him and with
bis shotgun within four feet of Dorr
Allender fired and the- entire load
from the two barrels of his gun en
tered Dorr's stomach. Death was In
stantaneous. Man Acts Like Maniac
After killing Dorr Allender fired
about in the stieet and killed John
Ilarrone, a saloon keeper, who was
running across the street Allender
-j sain fired and two Mexicans were
-ou tided showing tho man was crazy.
Ho ran to his house which was sur
rounded by a posse. As Allender at
tempted to escape he was wounded
by a deputy sheriff and he crawled
back Into the house and committed
jiulclde br shooting himself throigh
Three men are in the morgue. Dorr.
Barrono and Allender, and the two
wounded Mexicans are In the hospital.
Dorr's body was picked up and car
ried Into the Palace saloon on Chase
Creek and laid on a billiard table.
His wUe was curried from the scene
prostrated. She Is being cared for
at the home of W. B. Kelly.
When Allender sbot Dorr bis wife
was Btanding by bis fide. The funer
al or Dorr will take place here Friday
News or the trajedy at Clifton that
Tesultetf In the death of Franklin II.
Dorr, formerly of this city. whei he
was engaged In the practice of law
and latterly as attorney at law. caus
ed a profound shock to his many
Borrow at the tragic death of Mr.
Dorr was mixed with sympathy ex
,pfess?d Tor his wife, who was form
erly Miss Hamburg, daughter of Mr.
artd Mrs. Jlenry Hamburg, of Ham
burg. Arin.. the camp of the Hartford
;A1zon mining company, to whom be
win married aUout a year and a halt
Shortly prior to leaving Bisbee for
Clifton Mr. Dorr gave much of his
time and attention to the management
of the Orphum theater. In which he
acquired an Interest, lie found tho
work fascinating and when he moved
to iCHfton le again entered that bus
iness will William AUearter. purchas
ing a moving picture business.
Wben only the bare facts of tho
tragedy wr known here, thoso who
romuvnted upon Jt expressed wonder
that a man -whose nature was so pre-
GETS WEALTn JUST
BEFORE HYDE TRIAL
Hfb gWtV tw
Mr. B. C Hyd.
Just two months before the date
it for the thirl trisl of Dr. B. C.
Hyde, of Kansas City. Mo, charged
n.H!i th murder of Colonel Swope.
millionaire philanthropist. Hyde's wife i
received a share or awopes weauiu
She waa given property from the es
tate valued at JUJ.000. Hyde I
.charged with having murdered Swop
li order that his wife might get a
'ahare of Swope'a property. He has
had two trials on thli charge, and
will be tried for th third time early
eminently peaceable should come to
such a violent end.
die was one of the most democratic
of men and his friendships entered all
classes of society. He was as gener-
in i;ii u ui!uis esienueu uom iree -
i. iuv lormcr many times to nis own i
ucuuienieuce. lira onice in me Jieu- I
Igoich bnildingj.as the mecca o.'lsel ton lor each 100 cubic feet-actual
those in trouble and in need. Ttietoai-nln.. KnmMtv
'tf.lm tribute, 'paid to Franklin IS. I "On vessels In hallast without pas
Dorr was uttered by a friend yester- senners or rnrzo th .flip will le fnrtv
waj nun jtrnmriseu: ie wouia go u.e
limit for his friends." and the west
knpus no higher encomium.
Classmate of La Follette
As a lawyer !.-. Dorr was well
equipped. He was a graduate of the
1'niveraitj of Wisconsiu and later
,. . l- .- ...- .. ..
attended the Harvard law school. In
me Wisconsin i unersuy ne was a be measured by the same rules as is
ilassmate of Senator Robert J-a Fol- Employed to determine the net ton
'ete I nage of merchant vessels,
tor a time during his residence In -Th uorrptnrv nt nr -urtti !...-
(Bisbee Mr Dorr was a mcroler of ibe
law lirm i of rlanuisan. llllams apd
"" lu au '-" rianigan were tlons as may be necessary, properly lo
the warmest of friends and Mr. Flan-'carry this proclamation In full rorce
igan was 'visibly affected when ho ' and effect.'"
was informed ly a Review reporter j jt s to" this act that Great Britain
of the tragic death of Mr. Dorr, protested, but no reference to the pro
Tty were friends for many years, imi i mmi in ih nrMnni'. nrn.
Said Mr. Flanigan:
Death Great Shock
The news of the death or Frank
Dorr was a great shock to me- e
were on terms of close personal
Irjpndstilp for many years, and for a
short time associated together wfth
Mr. John S. Williams In the" practice
of the law. 1 had ererj opportunity
to become thoroughly acquainted with
his views and character. I ijver
Knew anj one less ucimeu 10 u ' canal next year. The president based
malicious, or to harbor resentment. the proclamation rates on the report,
and he was to bis intimates as to ibe and investigation of Professor Emery
outside world Jovial, generous add a johnson of thp tTn)vergity of Penn.
considerate of others. It Is lmpo gyhanla, an expert,
slble- ror me to conceive a sltuatloa t The report ,ia8 been awnite(j eargerly
where a person desirous of avoiding , ,,v le dipping Interests throushout
trouble or contention would not be (j, world
met more than half way by Frank Accor(ng to Johnson's report, also
Dorr. He was the. soul or opt m sm j made ,lbIlc toniRht. the Panama can
and good wll to every human being. al ghou,d be on a seifH,ugtainlng bails
and deep ndeed must have been the i,n twcntJ. u 8hou,(, ct,.
injury which he could not overlook UccegsfuI wIlu sez. ralea for'tar.
a?d..f01?- i.'.Is chaf1?tf '" em," - Iff to Europe with South American
phatically to live and let live and .... , IU1infa Vonr yo,in .i,iUJ
to excuia and pardon the failings of
others. In the broadest charity and
Tells of Tragedy
W. B. Cleary, tof the local bar, ex
pressed rorrovv at hearing of the
tragedy. Said lie:
-When I hej-d of the killing of
Frank Dorr by his partner. I was
greatly shocked. I xrannot conceive of
a situation where it .could be neces
sary, for Ma was always one of tne
most genial and kindly disposed of
men. I never heard him speak but In
kindness of his tellowman. Were I
asked to name one who in his dally
Iifii exemplified the lovable traits de
pleted by Sternes in hla -character of
Uncle Tobliy, that "there is room in
th world for thee and for me," I
should name Frank Dorr as the man.
1 1 am deeply greived at his sudden
and violent death, abd my heartfelt
sympathy goes out to his -wife in her
B. E. Klllnwood. who Abided in
Flagstaff when Mr. Dorr lived In tbat
county expressed slncercst sorrow
iForrow when told of tho Clifton trage
dy and told of his high esteem for
Tho attorneys only voiced the sen
timent which "Waa universal In Bisbee.
Franklin IJ. Dorr was about 45 years
of age, a native or Wisconsin where (bought tho Douglas Dispatch, then a
his mother 1 yet living. He came .o weekly newspaper The Dispatch be
Vnrtliern Arizona. In 1839. starting In I cams the representative ijepubllcan
1 the practice or law at Flagstaff. In
tne year jyvu ne was tno reiiuuiivuiiwii- muihucu h o mumme, u..j,
nombV-e for district attorney of Coco- being first to occupy the daily news
ulno county, being defeated.br sovenpapr itA in that city. Four years
votes. After tbo election be wnt to .ago be quit Use newspaper business lo
Lea Angela vhere be worked ftr a reatune the law iiractlce lu this city,
tlsie on the Los Attesla Herald. In I leaving fisre six mouths ago for
tbo spring of 1901 he (Same o Bisbee ' Clifton where- he had since resided.
! IPKSBKE BATES
President Issues Proclama
tion Fixing Charges for
Vessels Using Waterway
at Isthmus. $1.20 per Ton
SHIPS IN BALLAST"
ALLOWED LOW RATE
Payment Demanded Said to
Be Same as Will Be Ex
acted Next Year at Suez
Navy Exempted of Tolls."
WASHINGTON. .Nov. 13 PresiOcnl
Taft Issued tonight a nrocljinatlou
j fixing the rates that foreign shipping
""'' vi " paosaRe inrougn ine
Panama canal. The proclamation is
made under authority of the canal
bill passed by coneress last Anisi
and establishes a merchant essel ra:e!
of ?1.20 per net ton In actual earn
ing capacity, with a reduction of 'or-
!J -. vr,ii iui . buiJ IU UJI1U3U
Tho provisions of the proclamation
ty per cent for a ship In ballast
-on a merchant vessel carrying pas '
senders or a carero. si o nor not m.
per cent less than Tor vessels with,
passengers or.cargOvr - f I
i "Upon navai vessels, other than'
'transports, colliers, hospital ships and
j supply glnps. fifty cents per displace-)
ment ton and on armv and navy
t ran snorts, cnlltcrs hnanltsl nn.l in. .
r -. .w-. .
(ply ships $1 10 per'net ton, vessels to!
and nrescribo such rules for the meus-
urement of vessels and such regula-i
American naval vessels are exempt-1
ed without specific mention of either
the act of congress or the proclama-
tlon because the authorities believe H
is unnecessary to explain the useless-
ness or payment irom the navy de
partment to the treasury department.
The rates named In the proclama
tion nri. iirflntifsliv tin. hjim. i& tlmca
' whih TL-lll bi In ffimp nn th Quo.
west coast points. New Zealand cities
cannot .be expected to cumpete suc
cessfully for Europe s trade to the far
CHICAGO. .Nov. 13'; The proposed
operation on Former Senitor William
I-orimer for appendietis was perform
ed today. He is showing signs of Im
provement. BLOCK SIGNAL URGED
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 13: Accord
ing to inspectors of the Indiana Rail
way commission who investigated the
wreck of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton railway at Civington. a sub
urb, early today in which fifteen lost
their lives and seventeen others ser
iously were Injured, a block signal
system would have prevented the dis
aster. The wreck was caused by the
failure of the head brakeman to cloae
a switch to a siding on which a heavy
freight train had been run to let a
rapidly moving passenger train, which
was hours late, go by
and accepted a position as reporter
on the Review.
At the beginning of the campalgn
or 1302 be and other republicans
papvT of the county and In 1303 Mr.
ENDURANCE AND VALOR OF BULGARIANS SHOWN IN THEIR PURSUIT
OF TURK; HUNGRY AND TIRED, PRESS ON WITHOUT FOOD OR REST
WB OH GAR
Girl Mistakes Parent for
Burglar on S'eeper and j
Shoots Her, Wound
Proving Fatal i
i'OUNG WOMAN FREED!
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 13 Mr..J. '
Kapie Myers, wile of Proctor Rappe jf j
Greensburg, Pa. was shot by her
daughter, Gladys Elizabeth Myers fn J
mistake for a burglar while sleeping
in a car in a' Pennsylvania Railroad
train hound for New York. The moth-,
er died a short time later at a Tren
ton hospital. The shooting occurred !
when the train ir.s passing Croydon. I
Pa.. Just this side or Bristol, Pa., near i
Miss Myers and W. K. Cuthbert,
sixty yc.rs old. of Lynchburg. Va..
were detained by the Trenton police
for some time hut were released to
night after a thorough investigation.
It was thought at first that Cuth
bert was concerned in some way with
the shooting as he was found with
Miss Myers at the side of the wound
ed woman a few seconds after she
was found shot, which had arrouscd
other passengers in the car and had
brought the porter.
He explained he had been standing
on the front piatrorm or the oar and
hnd run In when he heard the shot
Miss Myers le about 20 years olj
and was on her way to New York to
purchase a trosseau for her coming
wedding to J. Blair Dillard. of Sale.n
Va. She had a casket of jewels which
she was taking to New York to have
repaired an dm atched. when sbe heard
her mother reentering their section
arter Jtrs. Myers had gone for a few
minutes to the dressing room. The
girl nV revolver from under her
pillow and fired, thinking a burglar
was alter the gems. She was half
awake at the time. Miss Myer's broth
er and fiance are on the way from
nalem" and 'Will arrive at Trenton
early tomorrow Her rather also Is
on the way rrom GreenFiwrg, accom
panied by his attorney.
CHINESE MINISTER RESIGNS
PEKING. Nov. IS Liang Men Ting,
minister or foreign affairs, has resign
ed. The ."eason ror his resignation is
understod to le hU refusal to comply
with the wishes of the cabinet to be
gin negotations with Russia concern
ing Mongolia, which IJang Men Ting
considered tantamount to Tecognizmg
tiie autonomy of Mongolia.
According to Chinese report, Ros-
sla has pledged herself in a secret)
agreement to help maintain Mongolian i
independence and to extend the Mon-
golian territory to tho greit wall and I
I obtain international recognition of
Mongolia as a new state. In return
.uuuguua was lu gram tuittiA n run -
way, mining concessions and super
vision of foreign relations.
TEXAS VETERINARIANS MEET
WACO. Texas. Nov. 13. The semi
annual convention of tho Texas Veter
inary Medical association met In this
, city today, with Dr J E. Wilkin of
Greenville pres'dins. The convention
will spend two days itr the dlscucslon
of a variety of subjects' of interest
to the profession.
During the brief penud of the Balkan war the Bulgarian soldiers have
shown themelvs to possess righting qualities the like uf which Is rarely
found In the jolliers of any nation. Poorly equipped with arms and with
out sufficient hospital laclllties or food, they hute fought the Turk with
Wonderful courage and skill. lit a few duyg they lin.e the disorganized
Moslems flying before them from the Bulgarian frontier tu the very gates
of Constantinople. Always they ner without sufficient food. Though
weary from long marches and hard righting, they took little rct, but
presiej on toward the Turkish capital.
Feats such as the Bulgarians have recently accomplished place 'ia
soldiers of King Ferdinand In the front rank of the world's lighting me.
A detachment of these indomitable fighter is teen In the accompanying
picture, which was taken not far from Constantinople.
Culgtrten cavalry advancing on Constantinople.
Trying to Fr2vent
Attack Planned on
Juarez at Frontier
Mexican Secret Service Of-
ficialsand LLS.jMj!itary 1
rurces reep LOOKOUt
EL PASO, Nov. 13. Efforts of
the United States military and
Mexican secret service were di
rected today to prevent the devel
opment of the rebel plan or at
tack on Juarez, the Mexican bor
der town and port or entry so
orten threatened. ,
The arrests this veek here.'and
at San Anton'o. of Col. iV-scual
Orozco. Sr. Col. David be Ii
Fuente as directed resulted from
a premature exposure or a rebel
plot made known to the war de
partment by Madero men here.
Arrests here are made ossib!e
by a "st mi-mart-al" law which
exists along the American side or
the Mexlcun rrontler. Military
comrjanders :t Fort Bl!s and
Juarez are alert Patrols or
American and Mexican troops
arc installed on either side uf the
i Rebels In apparently small
groups are pressing towards'
Juarez from the east and the
west hut the movement or Mexi
cans from the Atnercan side are
reared by the officials
MISTS 10 REPORT
OH SCW SANITY
Municipal Judge Will Sa
Today What He Will do j
with Would-Be Slayer j
MILWAUKEE. Nov. 13. Alienists
examining the condition or John'
Schrank, who pleaded guilty to at-1
tempting the murder or Col. Roofe
volt, continuing the Inquisition today
are expected to be able to say lomor-l
row when they will complete the)
work and when they will report to.
the court. On their findings Munici-i
iiai Judge Backus will base his i!-(
liosition of Schrank. the procedure of l
the court will be announced and h-1
will receive the commissioners' re-!
?Krt and then name the day when the
usfcailant'of the former president Willi
bs disposed of, either to the state)
pr;-on at Waupon .or to the northern;
hospital for the insane near Oskosh. i
i Tho final court action is exnected Fri.
Way or Saturday.
ASQUITH WOULD RESIGN
LONDON, Nov. 13 The house of
commons was a scene tonight of riot
over Premier Asqulth's proposal to
1 iesiii ueiiuse ui uie awituu .uuuuay
when the nlonists carried by a maj
ority of twenty two Sir Frederick
Branbnrry's amendment defeating the i
most Important financial - feature In
the home rule bill.
WINS TYPEWRITER RECORD
NEW York, Nov. 13: Miss Flor
ence Wilson of .this ity, today
-eclipsed all last typewriter records,
writing- 116 words a minute for one
hour. The former; record was 113
2 - .J
Extreme .Dullness Feature 6
Wall Street's Trading
Mart Most of It Being
NEW" YORK. Nov. 13 Extreme ;
dullness was the leature or today's I
Mock market; price changes were lr -
regular, but at the tinal iiour the tone
was steady. The trading was profes
sional, but even this faction w:vs
to taking on new commit-lent
Early there were efforts to
procure Steel, Alamalgnmnled copper.
I'nion l'scliH, hineitlng and beet su
gar, most of which developed short
There was sluggishness In copper
caused by reports of slieht price con
Tile monetrr condition, were un
changed, call loans not going beyond
slv. Bonds were featureless. Total
sales at par value $2,OOS,000. Gov
ernment bonds were unchanged.
ETTOR TELLS STRANGE STORY
SALEM, Mass.. Nov. 13: Joseph
Ettor testified today he told the ror-
elgn strikers at I-awrence that ithe
constitution, laws, courts, police and
soldiers belonged to ihe i capitalists.
This was brought out under cross
examination In bis trial 'ps accessoiy
to the Anna Loplzzo murder riot last
winter. It was .said he told the for
eigners the constitution and laws be
longed to the capitalists because of
his own knowledge or conditions In
i this country.
FAVOR EXTRA SESSION
WASHINGTON., Nov. 13 Due large
ly to President-elect Wilson's Intima
tion he would. be pleased to receive
suggestions regarding the desirability
of an extra session of congress there
is much freer expressions of opinion
today among the senators. The mem
bers tit the house are favoraWe to
such a' session.
PHILADELPHIA IN LEAD.
CHICAGO. Nov. 13. The clubs field
irferage honors In the American
league go to the Philadelphia team
for the 1912' season, with the world's
oham.iiicn.ship Boston team second, ac
cording to the offlcinl averages issHed
tonight Chicago Is third and Wash.
NEW YORK. Nov. 13: Copper
quiet and 17 was bid; arrivals 100
tons. Exports for the month S334 tons.
Lead, steady at -70 to 4.S0.
JUROR DELAYS TRIAL
INDIAXAPOLIS. Ind.. Nov. 13: Be-
cause of the illness of Juror Spauld
Ing, the trial of the alleged dynamite
conspirators was postponed today.
TO DRILL HYDRO-AEHOPLANISTS
WASHINGTON, Nov. 13. Prepara
tions to train a considerable number
of hydro aeroplanlstH for 'the .army
this winter are being made at San
f'legn, Cal. tile selected scene of action.
JOIN SEBVIA III
Such Action It Is Believed
AIay Plunge All Europe in
War If Allies Refuse Sea-
f port'bn Adriatic Sea.- '
TURKS USING OUT
OF DATE MUNITION
Powder Also Is Old and Cor
respondent Claims Soap
Sent Instead of Explosives.
Ottomans Short on Food.
SOFIA. Bulgaria. Nov. 13: The of
ficial Mir. In an extra edition tonight,
shows plainly that Bulgaria will join
Servla in defying Austria to prevent
the allies from securing a seaort on
the Adriatic, even though such action
may plunge entire Europe In war. Tho
newspaper was eagerly sebtcd by tho
thousands on the streets and the con
tent!) of the ultimatum discussed by
excited groups on every corner. Thi
Mir In Its article says:
War May Spread
"Any Insistence on the part of Austria-Hungary
tending to prevent a J'ist
and natural solution of the Balkan
question, of which an outlet Tor Ser
vla on the Adriatic is 'a sine qua lion,
maysow seeds of a future war. whieu
It will be no longer possible lo locnl-
The vanguard of the Servian army
has reached the Adriatic sea and at
l last accounts received here was pre-
paring to occupy the port of Durazzo.
The march of the Servians through
, Albania encountered no resistance.
Progress was slow, however, on ac
' count of the deep snow.
USING OLD MISSILES
i BERLIN. Nov. 13: The reason for
I the -breakdown of the Turkish army
before the Invaders was brought to
light by a dispatch from a correspond.
of the Tageblatt
Writing from I'skup. after the bat-
;'c ol Kumanova he said he found on
the persons of fallen Turk soldier
many blank cartridges or old German
r'fles. used In 1S71 and the swords of
cavalrymen were found to be unsharp.
cned. and the same was tme or tlitj
baonets of the Infantrymen. He saw
a battery of field guns captured by
the Servians. The sights were flxcsl
at 2."00 yards, but the barrels were
only slightly discolored by jowdcr.
Opening the gunners boxes, thoy
were found lo be filled with squares
or soap. Hunger, the correspondent
added, was one of the main causes of
Turkish defeat. Hundreds of Turks
threw down their riries and surrencler-
j e(1 ln order to Ket a pt.ce of i,rea,i
from the enemy.
NO FIGHTING AT TCHATAUA
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 13: In
the lest forty-elsht hoars, according
lo advices received here there is no
fighting in the Tchatalja lines, owing,
it Is believed, to the lact that nego
tictions for an armistice arc proceed
ing directly with the Bulgarians and
another factor which probably has con
tributed to upset the Bulgarians plans
Is the outbreak at cholera.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. IS. Ru
itolph Spreckels. hend or the "Wilson
rennbllcan league or California, who
rercmtly offered a reward of ?;,0iiO
for erldonce leadlpg to th convic
tion oT any feron or fraud In coti
lieefon wlih'inst week's election, and
J. O. Davis, chairman of 'ihe demo
cratic ttale central committee .lelr;
tonight ror Los Angeles to Investi
gate the counting or ballot in that
city. Spreckels .said he had no ne
rlfic information as to election
TO CHOOSE NEW BISHOP
BI'IUINGTON. Va.. Nov. 13. Rep
resentatives of the clergy and laity of
the Ep'scopal church In this state met
In special convention ot St Paul'i
church here touay, to elect a coad
jutor bishop o assist the Rt. Rev Ar
thur C. A. Halt The names of several
prominent churchmen of Vermont and
other states are under consideration.
MASONIC GRAND LODCE MEETING
CHARLESTON. W. Va Nov. 13.
High degree Masons from cities and
towns throughout West Virginia as
sembled In. Charleston today for Hip
annual mre'tlng o flhe Grand Lodge
The sessions will continue over tomorrow.