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-GLOBE, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1.907
,', E, ARMSTRONG
n Cananea and Is Mak
No Effort to Hide Out
Officers of the Law,
MAr-S A STATEMENT
T MEWSPAPER REPORTER
.vs He Will Return to
e as Soon as Kinsey Ar
n from Boston and As-
m Straightening Affairs,
tho ball park and, later, at tlio Plaza
with tho Municipal baml.
Tho ball Kamo Sunday afternoon and
those of Monday wore all well attended
and tumislied good sport, ovon though
tho odds were long against tho visitors.
Cananea played lino ball all tho way
through. (Hobo tried hard and showed
soiiiQ excellent material, but was aim
ply outclassed. And Olobo has defeated
El Paso, Preseott, Phoenix nnd Tucson
to hor credit. So it does not look bril
liant for Kl Paso next Sunday. The
score in Sunday's gnmo was 12 to 2
in lavor of Cananea. Monday morning
Cananea won 7 to 1. In tho afternoon
Cauanea won 4 to 1.
Tho (Hobo team, with an umbor of
fans who remained over ttfseo tho finish
of things, retained a Pullman in which
they traveled homo after tho last game.
Tor tho Globe people wjio camo down it
can bo said that they enjoyed thorn
selves in a clean, wholesome way and
left delighted with their trip. Cananea
was glad of it and is ready to pay a
return trip tho first timo (Hobo gives
COPPER HIGHER ON
s the Silver Belt.
-HKE, Ariz., Septembe 20.
Review this morning
$ - a special from Cannica,
u' that E. W. Armstrong, a
.$. i.r I. X. Kinsey, Incorjor-
& is there and is making uo
& m hide.
ustroug in an intorvicw
4- I that he is not responsible
Miihey's business, Ho says
i!l of Kinsey 's funds wero
$ Hayuen, btone ic (Jo. and
( i during his absence from
.h.I business direct with
leaving Armstrong in ig-
. ii Kinsey returns to Globe
--r.jng will also return, ho
iml help straighten out tho
Kinsey is now in Boston.
WU TUNG FANG MAY
COME BACK TO U. S.
n the New York Market the
Quotations the Red Metal
Is Same as Yesterday, "
OLD DOMIMN. STOCK,
CLIMBS UP TO $26.00
By Associated Press.
PHKIN,' September 20. It .wns an
nounced today that Liang Ton Yen,
whoso selection to succee'd Minister
Chen Tung Liang Cheng, ministor to
tho United States, was reported, had
instead boon appointed assistant secre
tary to Mr. Wu llu, or Chinese board
of foreign affairs, while no ollicial an
nouncement has yet been made.
Tho namo of tho new minister to
Washington, it is understood that a de
termination has been reached to send
Wu Tung Ring back to tho post.
Highest MarkT,Reached for a
Number af., ;Weeks Call
Money Plentifuhand Condi
tions Bettex.AH Along Line,
By, Associated Pros !
fr J f i . . 4.
S NEW TORK,.S,pptqmbor 20.
O Old dominion stopk, .closed at
$20 (oday, tho highest price it
has omniandcd for ,n number of
4 weeks. Amalgamated closed at
O $02, a half point hlijhor than yes-
t.r remembered that Armstrong
on September 13, going to
1 -amp, where ho purchased
- ho was riding and stated that
ti mg to Mexico.
r.mt charging Armstrong with
m nt was issued on Monday
.1 in tho hands of Deputy Shor-
' Tho oflleor left the city
attornoon for Christinas, whore
I to pick up Armstrong's
anil, if (Kisslble, arrest him.
,. i.as been heard of Voris since
sure from Globe. Tho infor-
wevcr, contained in the Bis-
uil evidonces tho fact that
g has had clear sailing into
. u and was not interrupted in
I v tho officer.
'ng's cxprcsbcd 'intention to
(ilobe upon tho advent of
this city and help straighten
r- in a measure substantiates
uf irresponsibility for the
if the Kinsey brokcrago busi-
evidences the fact that he has
n the presonco of the head of
rn. to "whom he has perslst-ni-hed
THIRTY THOUSAND IDLE
AS RESULT OF A STRIKE
TAX RATE GILA
COUNTV IS LOW
Valuable Public Improvements
Make It Slightly Higher
than Last Year
Ocppor Highef in London
NEVf YOUK, September 20. Spot
tin wai higher at 1 'IGs in London
and futures wero unchanged at 101.
Locally dull ut 30.55 to 3,7r2C.
Coprer was higher 1 pndon, spot
nnd futures tieing quqd, af 08. Ia
cally tho market remained unchanged.
Lord was higher at20in London,
but remnino4 unchangpil .on tho local
Spelter declined to 2,1 in London,
and the local market regained weak
English iron, G3s Oil; ,an1nrd foun
dry, 54s Od; Cleveland Vvarrants locally
ley, George Ashby, D. R. Wightman,
AVilllam Henderson, D. James.
Intelligence A. A. Cohn, Georgo II.
Smalloy, Ilcnijy Shoap, II. J. Adams,
City Willih'm Ryan, Max Lantin, J.
L. Alexander, Al Kinney, James Pas
District E. M. White, P. P. Towlc,
J. D. Coplen,vGeorgo S. Andrus, Tom
Siulltittlon lHnd Health Dr. W. A.
Holt, Dr. A. Maiscli, Dr. E. K. Mc
Pheotcrs, A. it. Stabler, IJ. G. Goodwin.
Law nnd Legislation Georgo J.
Stonenmn, F. B. Nave, Georgo J. Hill,
C. L. Rawlins, Charlcs T. Martin.
Grievances-L. L. Henry, M. E. Con
bay, J. II. Thompson.
Entertainment Georgo K. French,
Leslie Goorgo,Dr. J. DeL. Holcombo, W.
S. Sultan, C. d. Mallard.
Thero is pleity of work for tho com
mittees to do and tho board of gov
ernors is anxious that they get busy.
Tho commiilco appointed to securo
a tomporary .home for tho chamber
reported. Itudvises that tho grand
jury room In jio county courtho'uso be
usod by the sbejetary for aj oflico and
tliat tllO luemUOTS Ot tlio chamlmr mnnf
in tho district courtroom.
Suporiutendcht Mallard of lio Valley
road was present and presented a kick
to tho grldvnnfso. committee. Ho stated
that merchant' and'business itien gen
erally wore Wj tho habit of fallowing
ears Of frelgli to stand in tlio local
ynrds unlpadelfor several days at a
time, blockading transportation; and se
riously cripplitM tho service. Ho want
ed a littifl missionary work done in this
THE FORD ERIE-
The Prosecution Will Begin on
Monday in Earnest, When
State Introduces Evidence,
Lul'ia, Mo., September 20.
-'nke of tho shoe cutters
i m a general strike of
-rkers today. Eighteen
' tories in St. Louis, cm-
ti nearly 30,000 workmen,
Listers, edge makers,
r, bottomers, stock fit-
i stitchers walked out in
uv with the cutters.
A tablo of tho tax rates of the, donn
tios of Arizona", recently' prepared 1y
rublic Examiner Poster, shows that tho
tax rate in Gila county this year will
bo $3,50, an advanco of 20 cents over
last year. This is accounted for by an
increased levy to provide for a sinking
fund for ho courthouse bonds and other
needed county improvements mndo dur
ing the past year, However, there aro
four other counties in the tcrirtory pay
ing a higher rate than Gila. Mohave
heads tho list with a rate of $3.86,
Apache comes next with $3.70 and
Yuma is in third position with n rate
af $3.00. Graham and Cochise county,
with a $2 rate, are tho lowest in the
territory, but nothing in tho shape of
'expensive public improvements have
been mndo in these counties for a num
ber of years.
Poster's tablo for 1905, 1000 and 1907
is as follows:'
Market lias Upward Tendency .,, .
;' 6lflfcf Wenrtfor ' 20Tho market
COURT TAKES PRECAUTION
TO.SgGUARD THE JURY
Ford Is -Indicted on Fifteen
Counts Charged with Brib-
eryjn 'Connection with Fran
chise ;pr United Railroads,
' IIA .
putcd. A suit was begun by tho terri
tory for tho livestock board in Cochise
county against Kcnney brothers, doing
business at Bisbeo slaughtering cattle
iThey had refused to take out the'
license of $150 required by the live
They demurred to the comnl.ilnt n
threo grounds; first, that it did not
stato facts showing that an offense had
been committedj that tho territory was
not the proper plaintiir, and that the
court was without jurisdiction. The de
murrer was sustained in the first named
ground, but Attornoy General Clark for
tho territory elected to stand on the
complaint and an appeal was taken by
error. Judgment was also given the
(lcicmiants lor costs amounting to $1.35.
The papers in tho case were received
yesterday at tho office of the clork of
the supromo court at Phoenix, but they
have not yet Veen filed. Different phases
of tho livestock law have been disre
garded from timo l time, but this is
tho first timo that a supreme test has
been entered upon.
. OF MRS. GENTRY'S
Says She Picked Up a Razor
With Which She'd Shaved
and CutjHer Own Throat,
REFUSED JO TOUCH RAZOR
USEDiBY DEAD WOMAN
Guard and a City Convict Run
Exciting-Race on Broad
WIN TEMPORARY VICTORY
ML, Minn., September 20.
iran, in tho federal court this
rilered on application of ten
- against tho state's now pas
i freight rates with a provi
des as now Doing unforced
mil a hearing on tho merits
may b'j determinc-d.
Pima ...... ..
These rates arc for territorial
county tnxes, tho tcrirtorial rate boing
2.90 2.05 2.00
assumed, an' nimvard tendency in th6
opening today, and the general feeling
seems to be ijioro cheerful thnn for the
past week on two. Thq buying contin
lies on a moro conservative basis than
heretofore nnfl tho professional element
has helped tho prices by short covering.
We would reyommend purchasing divi
dend paying stocks in a moderate way,
with tho expectation of holding them
for a month or two longer. Tho money
market remains the same, "with a some
what relieved tone and call money is
more plentiful. Timo money is still
Tho opening quotations of stocks are
Amalgamated ,,, , , . $ JG1.50
Anaconda f , 40.25
Rending- 4 1 90.75
U. S. Steel, common 29.00
Arizona Commercial . .'.'... . 13.50
North Butip .L..... -...:...:., .
GLOBE IS PROSPERING;
OPERATORS NOT WORRYING
Behaved in a Clean,
1 some Way and Trip
flighted Them .
Ufa Herald hands tho Globo
' n fragrant bouquot. Tho
'" complimented and there
picco of taffy for tho ball
y turned out two hundred
me down and root for their
i"fd almost a shamo that
- could not take homo at
owe to their credit in tho
ith tho crack aggregation
' imllo now has together for
But Globe could not cut ho
' 'I tlio homo trip was empty
1 '"be camo to tho city in
1 ' morning, arriving at 10:30.
'Iiri-e Pullmans and four day
I "p crowd was an excellent
'Ic on tho wholo to tho city
!l it camo. Along with the
1 fs wa,i Globo 's crack band,
' an excellent impression in
'" added to tho pleasures of
"ih music on the streets, at
Tho Old Dominion Onco Made Money
With Copper at Eight Cents, Haul
ing in Fuel by Teams
LOhl Dominion ,1..
Trinity ,y . '
Utah Consolidated .
Globo Consolidated '
Superior & Boston :J.UI.
Superior 4- Pittsburg !-J--I---.
Local Stockaf f J '
Arizona National, asked ,.... $
Pivo Points, asked i.ti.. .'
Globe-Arizona asked Ji.lM -
Stoncwall-McMillcn, asked f...
Kcystono, askd . .
Queen Copper, asked
Kast Globo 1 . i..
Globe Imp. As'jn. . l.:.;.
Inspiration, asjked ..,,....,-,.
Butte & Arizona ..
Considerable excitement was caused
in tho vicinity of the Tie Sang restau
rant yesterday noon, when Henry Scan
Ion, a city convict, working with the
chain, gang, tnado a breakjfpjj liberty
The.'men had been filed futo, .yfc restau-
rant Jor uinner, wlien canion juado a
desperate break for liberty and that
through the front door. The guard
pulled an ugly looking six-shooter from
his belt and tooliWjp the chase. It was
brief just arouiw tho block-Vbut was
mighty exciting yUiile it lastc3.Scan
Ion had an unsuppressible huSch" thn
the guard jneant business when,he cried.
"Stop, or I'll Bh)t," nnd mf -bulked
rglit tliere. lie(B complete his term
on the streets: UJBgs no doubt about
By Associated Press.
SAN PRANCISCO, Cal., Sept ember
20. Tlio bribery trial of T. L. Pord
begips in earnest next Monday after
noon wlt(iJho first introduction of evi
dence bytlio prosecution. The jury
was completed nt 4:10 o'clock this af
ternoon after moro than a score of
tale.smeu",had been exhausted in the
selection of jnrorss sNos. 11 and 12.
'iVo members of the jury were members
of the jury which convicted Glass.
PorS u on trial for the bribery of
Lonergan in tho interest of the United
Railroads, it being charged that on the
15th of. May, J900, he paid a payment
of $1,000 to Lonergan as tho price of
his vote pi favor of tho ordinance em
powering the street car company to con
struct electric cable lines throughout
San Francisco city and county.
Judge Lawlor administered to Bail
iffs Ryan, Montgomery and O'Connor
a special oath, which binds the deputy
sheriffs to keep the trial jurors secure
from approach. At 5 o'clock he com
mitte,d tho panel to their charge. Tho
twelve men sat for photographs for the
newspapers and were then taken to the
PaTriublrnt'no'tel, where they will be
quartered Hiirirtir'Hie1 triiif.' ' 1
Before being taken from Hid court-
5, informed the
Not in Need of Charity
Ry Associated Press.
CLEVELAND, Ohio, September 20.
Tho parents of Leon Czolgolz, the slayer
of President McKinley, aro not in need
of charity, as previously reported. "I
am comfortably situated," said Czol
Wanted o Give Himself Up
-After the' Tragedy, but Being
a Strarjger, Thought He
Would Not Get Justice.
Negro Who Threatened Her
Life Has Been Deported
BLUE RIBBON Gl
TO JOE F. M'LEAR
CT Best All-round, Single Handed
20 '.lit iiOrink) Moodier. in the; -
L. H. Landis of the Southern Pacific
has returned to Phoenix after a trip
to Globe in' the interest of tho passenger
department of tho Globe, Gila Valley &
Northern. Ho told "tho Arizona Repub
lican that on Sunday 250 citizens ac
companied tho Globe ball team and
band to Cananea, whore tho nine crossed
bats with tho strong team of tho Mex
ican town and wero walloped. Tho faro
was $10, but tho Globo peoplo wero
willing to part with tho monoy nnd
givo tlio team a backing of noise and
Mr. Landis says that Globo is pros
pering and tho mining peoplo of that
city aro not worried over tho depression
in tho price of coppor. The Old Domin
ion ouce made monoy nt 8 cents, hauling
in tho fuel and soiAling out tho copper
Tho froight business nt Globo shows
tho flourishing condition of tho city.
Over -100 loads aro at all times waiting
at Bowio and tho railroad is unnblo to
catch mi with tho business. There cars
aro loaded with coke, merchandise,
structural steel and iron and lumber and
other supplies for tho" mining town,
Mr. Landis says that to secure ac
commodations at tho now Dominion ho
tel 0110 must wire ahead because the
transient trado is crowding tho capacity
of tho hotel. Ho says that the now
Gila bridge at San Carlos will bo Com
pleted in about thirty days. Mr. Lan
dis was much pleased with tho result of
his trip and tho prosperity ho saw all
along tho line.
Crown Princo to Visit Corea
By Associated Press.
TOKIO, September 20. It is reported
that Crown Princo of Yoshohito will
visit Korea noxt September.
Chamber of Commerce Is Get
ting Ready for.an Active
At a meeting of' tlio board of gover
nors of tho chamber of commerce last
night tho oxcuhvo committee submit
ted a list of ntdndjng committees who
nro to servo until tho regular annual
election of olh'tor.a,to bo held in Octobor.
Tho list of standing committeemen, as
approved by the, board of governors, is
as lollows: '
House HowardT. Wayne, C. G. Mar
dorf, '.Tjom Tr6villian, I. O. Lowthinn,
W. H. Norton.,'
Membership Pat Roso, O. A. In
gram, J. P. Hcchtman, Georgo P.
Briggs, A, McAIplne.
Finance A;'G. Smith, E. M. Hurd,
P. P. Greer,' AT. Hammoiis, B. J. Kcll
Mining sT. II.- Ilnmill, N. 8. Berray,
Ed T. BlojfyWJI. V. Snell, P. C. A1h
TrnnsportnlitinJ. S. Miles, D. R.
Williamson,.E, B. Gridcr, G. W. P.
Hunt, "W. W. Brookncr.
CommorcCWilIiam Mill Williams, II.
II. Bru, A.' IK Stems, M. C. Kenton, J.
G. Nnqutn, P. L. Jones,
F. G. Hannn, G. D. Bar-
ilsoy, C. II. Edmondson:
If there is a real, sure enough adept
at "moochini:" drinks in tho Globo dis
trict, pass the blue ribbon up to J. P.
If McLear happened to seo you tak
ing a smilo at any. of the local bars,
he'd immediately undertake to form
your acquaintance, and if you asked
him, ho couldn't refuse to take a drink,
fearful lest ho would get in the habit
of it and .Too isn't acquiring any new
habits at his stago of life.
Ho appealed before Justice Ilinson
Thomas yesterday but that isn't a new
habit and entered a pica of guilty to
a chargo of drunkenness and that is
not a now habit, cither; and the judge
sontenced him to servo thirty days on
tho chain gang and that isn't a new
habit; for Joe's been tliere, many 'a tho
time. The only thing that Joo regrets
is the period of timo intervening beforo
ho will again be ablo to nut on his
"full" complement of "habits."
L. J. Murphy, whoso bed chamber i3
usually a sidetracked box car and whoso
moments arc spent around tho jag fac
tories, was haled into court yesterday
charged with engaging 111 a, fistic con
troversy with Charley Davis in the
Kentucky Homo saloon. Tho mixup
wns of such a naturo that they both
wero found guilty of disturbing tho
peace and drew ten days each.
room Olson, Juror No.
court of a wedding to bo celebrated in
his family tonight and asked permission
to attend it in charge of one of the
bailiffs. The request was granted.
Judge Lawlor announced that owing
to tho smallness of tho force of depu
ties nt Sheriff O'Neill's command, the
court requested Chief of Police Biggy
to detail a number of bluecoats to as
sist .with the preservation of grdcr
throughout the trial, "which, it is ex
pected, will be attended by big crowds,
Tho Halsey Case
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., September
20. In Judge Dunne's court- today
when the case of Theodore V. Halsey,
accused of bribery, was called, Dr.
Shumate stated that he thought by an
other month the defendant would be
strong enough to undergo the strain of
a trial. Tn view of this statement, As
sistant District Attorney Cook moved
continuance of a week, to which Attor
ney Bert Schlesinger had no objec
tion. Tho order was made.
Pleas McLunn, the Bisbcc negro who
had blood in hy eye and a dark brown
taste in his mouth, superinduced by a
clinging desire to murder his former
sweetheart, was deported from the dis
trict yesterday. McLunn was placed
aboard tho Valley train by the officers,
ticketed for Bisbcc. He promised faith
fully never to return to Globe, but Res
pite his apparent sincerity the officers
t.ook: tie prppautjfjn tp instruct jho train
crew to wajtch liim, and if hejlcft tho
train before reactiirfg' Bowie 't6 wire
Madeline Stdddard, a saddle-colored
wench, rustling on the row, was the
intended victim of McLunn 's bloody
vengeance, tor a number of j-ears she
lived with the negro in Bisbee, but he
treated her so brutally that she was
forced to abandon him. She camo tp
Globe and has been in the red light
district for a number of months. She
has received several threatening letters
from McLunn, and on Tuesday was ad
vised by wire that tlio enraged negro
was en route to Globe for the purpose
of killing her. She sought protection
of the officers and when the train
rolled inTuesday night McLunn was ar
rested and locked in tho- county jail.
He wasn't able to make" a peace bond
and his deportation followed.
NARROWLY ESCAPE INJURY "
IN A RUNAWAY ACCIDENT
LI IT S
Crowd Jail Corridors Anxious
to See Men Who Victim-
. ized Them
Clay, W.-P. K
E. D. Reed,' P. L. Butz, A. Hanson. F.
L. Toomlw; Sidj F. Mauk, A. Ball, Chas.
Bishop, A. Trojanovich, William Whal-
John D, and Wm. Rockefeller,
Archbold and Flagler Are
By Associated Press,
CHICAGO Soptomber 20. Judge
Grosscup in tho United States court to
day said that ho would accept John
D. and Wiliam Rockefeller, John D.
Archbold and Henry M. FJaglor as sure
tics on tho two bonds of supersedeas to
bo filed by tho Standard Oil company
of Indiana if any error can bo had in
tho company's effort to set asido tho
lino imposed by Judgo Landis in tho
district court. Bonds for $4,000,000 and
$2,000,000 nnd two sureties aro required
Frank Snlero and Louis Colondro, the
two1, Italian miners arrested on a valley
train at Solomonville, Tuesday and
brought ib:ick to this city to answer a
chnrgefo& obtaining money under false
protonscs, wero arraigned in Justice
Thomas' court yesterday afternoon. At
torney Jneobs'""appcarcd for tho defend
ants and their hearing was set for this
afternoon al 10 o'clock.
J. Piahfctti is the complaining wit
ness. Ho states that Salero and Col
ondro camo to him Monday night and
had two timo checks, amounting to
about $100, cashed. Thoy agreed to
call tho next morning and go with him
to tho Old Dominion offices and sec
that ho got tho money.. They failed to
put in an appearance nnd it was soon
learned that they had fled tho district.
Tho men also borrowed sums ranging
from $5 to $25 from a scoro or moro of
their friend. When searched $235 was
found in their pockets. All day yester
day crowds of oxcited Italians hung
around tho cdunty jail anxious to see
tho men and recover their monoy. It
is understood that an effort was inado
yesterday to compromise tho case by
the accused turning over what they had
wrongfully secured, but tho ofiicors ro
fused to countonanco this scheme, and
if thoro is sufficient evidence adduced,
Salero and Colondro will bo held to tho
(THE BUTCHER'S LICENSE
TO BE GIVEN A TEST
Losing control of a yonng horse which
they were breaking to buggy, Messrs.
Escott and Bennett narrowly escaped
serious injury at the corner of Oalt and
Broad streets last evening about 4
While driving down tho Oak street
hill, just above Broad street, the horse
started to run and kick, and made di
rectly for the exposed basement of the
Hainill building. Escott jumped from
the buggy with a view to catching the
frightened animal by tho head, but
failed. As tho horse approached the
foundation walls of the building Ben
nett succeeded in turning him up the
street nnd avoided an accident which
might have resulted very seriously.
Henry Robertson, who was seated on
tho curbing, was struck by tho runaway
and received a number of painful
bruises. Men in the vicinity stopped
tho horse, which was badly skinned
about the hind legs. Tho shafts of the
buggy were badly wrecked.
By Associated JPress.
CHICAGO, Soptcmbor 20. -Frank J.
Constantino, ho is on trial for tho
murder of Mrs Louise Gentry, took tho
stand in his (Jwn defense today. He
showed absolutle composure. He denied
without hesitation that ho said when
ho engaged in" the Gentry home that
ho told Mrs. Genry that his father was
a wealthy real jestate man.
"Did you eyr tell them you were of
royal blood T" !
"I did. I jam a descendant from
Constantino idcclarcd fie heard Mr.
and Mrs. Gentry quarreling many times.
On the day tof the tragedy he told
Mrs. Gentry he, was about to leave this
city. She persisted in asking him to
take her with 'him. He positively re
fused. She thcji, according to his story,
picked up a raaor with which she had
been shaving, and cut her own throat.
He declared heicarired her down to the
door of Dr. Dbhcrty's office, pounded
on the door, aid then left her stand
ing there whilcihc ran for another doc
tor. He said he noticed that while
hunting for the second doctor that
there was blood on the sleeve of his
Coat. He thought that if he returned
ho would bo Recused of murder and
would not receive justice in the courts
because ho wasi a stranger in the city.
He said he always since wanted to give
himself up, buti had been dissuaded by
members of his, family.
The state introduced letters from Mrs.
Gentry to her 'husband shortly before
her death, shon-ing great devotion to
Constantino on cross examination re
fused to identify lettcresigned with
the name of hi3 sister, found in the
room after his flight. He also repudi
ated a letter from his mother found
in his pocket at the time of his arrest.
He was asked ,to take the razor with
which Mrs. Geary killed herself and
indicate how she drew it across her
throat. He refused and would not touch
O- SOUTH DAKOTA HAS
REDUCED R. R. FARES
By Associated Press. &
SIOUX PALLS, S. D., Septem-
ber 20. The' state board of rail-
road commissioners today adopt-
ed a resolution reducing the max-
imum passenger fare in South
Dakota from 3 to 2. cents a &
mile, to become effective October
TEODY 10 HUNT
He Will 60 Where No Human
Ever Made Permanent
Tho Territory Has Appealed to Supremo
Court from a Cocliiso County
Tho territory is about to apply a fur
thor test to tho validity of tlio butch
ers' licenso law, jvhich has been dis- have been shot in tho brakes,
By Associated Press.
NEW ORLEANS, La., September 20.
Although the itinerary of the hunting
expedition for President Roosevelt has
not been arranged, it is known that tho
president will be offered an opportunity
to campaign in tho Louisiana cane
brakes, where, so far as known, no hu
man being has ever mndo permanent
habitation and where sport is, in some
respects, quite out of the ordinary.
Tho cane grows to a height of ten
to fifteen feet nnd in the autumn is
blown into long winrows, leaving some
open layers between. It is necessary to
cut trails across these winrows for the
passage of dogs. Tho hunting will
probably be done entirely on horseback.
In ordor to proceed quickly through tho
thickets each huntsman will carry a
double-edged knife, with a straight
blade, nearly a foot long, enough to
chop a passago through the vines and
other obstructions. In addition to deer
and bear, some panthers nnd .wolves
With a Plain" Case Against Him
Says Grejit Mistake Has .
"Four ninths nt hard labor."
That was tlra sentence passed by
Judgo Thomas 'yesterday morning on
James Manning,' who has been playing
in the dual rolo of "Jack tho Exposer"
and "Jack tho feepcr" in the city for
tho past week. '
"This is all k mistake," said Man
ning, when the! court had passed sen
tence. "It is true that I was in tho
vicinity of tho swinging bridge on Tues
day and Wednesday last, but it was far
from my thoughts to offend or in any
way injure thei littlo girls or women
who have I bilicvc conscientiously
testified against ine. The suspicious cir
cumstances in connection with my con
duct might surround the best citizen
of Globe. BoliJ'ving myself in a se
cluded spot I wa!s taken by surprise by
some passing cljildrcn and hurried to
clothe myself sc! that I would give no
offense. I remained in that neighbor
hood simply foi! tho shado and quiet
afforded there, having no other place
to go." j,
The case against Manning was one
of tho strongesti over presented in the
city court, and , the officers arc thor
oughly satisfied Jthat an innocent man
is not to suffer, tho penalty. It was
learned yesterday that Manning
comes from a prominent family in Ko
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, D. C, September 20.
Forecast for Arizona: Fair Saturday
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