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ARIZONA SILVER BfiLT
Vol, II. No, 191
ELL IB II
Proprietor of El Paso News
Shoots When Enemy
SAYS LIFE IN DANGER
Patrolman Assorts Michini
Shot When Name Was
EL PASO, Texas, May 20. Monroo
M. Harrcll, formerly at Oklahoma City,
but who for a number of years was en
caged In newspaper work in El Paso,
was shot and killed hero tonight b
T F. Mitohim, proprietor of the E'
Paso Evening News, who was arrested
oon after the shooting and who claim
JIp"o11 had threatened to take his life.
The shooting occurred in front of
tae News office. Aeeordiug to tha state
ment of Patrolman Hord, who is the
onlv witness to the killing, Harrell
passed him and a minute later called
The patrolman turned just as
Mitchim pulled a revolver from his
pocket and fired. Harrell fell to' the
sidewalk mortally wounded and .dici1
after being taken to the hospital.
The dead man was thirty-two year
of age and leaves a mother and siste
ia Oklahoma City.
BUBF JURY ASKS
TO SEE PARTS OF
SAN FRANCISCO, May 20. Afte?
being out twenty-six hours, the jury ir
the case of Abo Ruef, who has been or
trial the past seven weeks on the
charge of offering a bribe to Fortnet
Supervisor Phillip, shortly after 11 to
night sent for part of Phillips' test!
Alter the testimony was sett to the
jury, loud talking was heard from tho
jury room, indicating a heated dis
cussion in progress.
Judge Pooling was still in tho cham
bers a few minutos before midnight in
bone that the jury would reach, a ver
dict COSTA SAYS WAR
IS SURE IF GOV'T
LISBON, May 20. Alfonso Costa,
one of the republican leaders, mado a
speech in tho chamber of'deputics to
day in which hj declared that unless
the present government is economical
in its expenditures, liberal in its ideas
and patriotic in its purposes, his par
ty would organize a revolution. Tho
Portuguese rcople, he said, would not
lolerato foreign intervention.
EXPLOSION WRECKS STORE.
CHICAGO, May 20. Tho retail fur
Tiiturc store of John A. Collins & Sons
was badly wrecked today and one wom
an fatally injured' and several others
slightly hurt by an explosion of gas.
With Mr. Wisebeckor in tho box, tho
roprer Hill baseball team hopes to
pull the wool over tho Eagles' eyes in
the game that will be played at the
ha i gro-irds Sunday afternoon. Tho
fopper Hill team recently challenged
the Eagles to a game and tho Eagle3
Wcisbcckcr has been playing with
the Copper Hill baseball team and of
courjo Will appear with them in tho
gamo Sunday. ,
Tho following statements woro mado
bv the managers of tho two teams last
" r hc benefit of tboso who be
lieve that Mr. Wisebeckor was imported
hx ie Eagles for last Sunday's game,
'" v sh to state positively that hd was
Bo. that he has lived in Coppor Hill
'as eighteen months and has
Played with tho Copper Hill base ball
' urthermore, wo wish to givo our
Jag'e friends and othors a friendly
yP that he will ofiiciato in noxt Sun
' 's gjine aga'nst the Eagles and that
ve have eight other players that have
been dark horses so far this season and
"at t will bo wiso to first seo tho
"ne up beforo putting too much money
OD((Uio Eagles. v-
" Although we have no odds to offor,
anyone wishing to place any oven mon
''J' will no doubt be accommodated by
'a ling on our manager, Harry Soloman,
at Con-p. Tj)if ' J '
"Copper Hill Baseball Club."
,, ' accept tho challcngo of
'he Copper Hill baseball team to a gamo
of bal next Sunday, tho 24th.
F. O. E. Baseball Committee."
Morse Plans To
C. W. MORSE.
NEW 10RK, May 20. That tho pri
mary object of tho organization at
Bath, Mc., on Saturday of tho Morso
Securities company, capitalized at $10,
300,000 ia to enable tho taking over b
tho Morso interests of the assets of the
National Bank of North America, is
he declaration made horo tonight by
'nonds of Charles W. Morse. Until its
uspension January 27 last, Mr. Morso
tbm vice president and a diroctor of
his bank, now in the hands of C. A.
Tannn, as receiver.
Through the medium of this new
Maine corporation, it is sa'd, MrjMorse
or,- .plans to deposit in the local sub
rcasury enough cash to pay off the de
ositors iu full. The bank orig'na'ly
iwed its depositors about $2,000,000,
Mit as Reeoivcr Hanna has already paid
ut $050,000 in the initial 25 per cent
'vidend and intends to pay our $650,-
30 more noxt month, Mr. Morse will
avo to raiso only $1,300,000 to pay off
ho rest of the claims from the depos
An order discontinuing tho suit in-
. tituted by Charles A. Hanna, as re-
elver of the' National Bank of North
America against Charles W. Morso to
"eeovcr $J05,C7C with interest on notes
discounted at tho bank for tho finan
icr's friends was signed today by
Tudgc Lacoinbo of tho United States
Asks For Vote on Resolution,
But Meets With
WASHINGTON, May 20. Senator
Raynor today again made an appeal to
tho" senate for a voto on his resolution
authorizing and requesting "tho presi
dent to appoint a court of inquiry to
investigate tho charges against Col.
William P. Stewart of tho coast artil
lery, now stationed at Fort Grant, Ari
zona. Sonator Rayncr declared it his be
lief that tho committee on military af
fairs would not report on tho resolu
tion during tho present session of con
gress and asked that a modified resolu
tion bo prepared to bo acted upon by
tho senate without tho intervention of
tho committee. Objection being made,
further cons'doration of the Tosolution
The 'omnibus public building bill was
passed today, carrying about 3$5,000,
000. A bill to prcvont tho desercation of
tho flag of tho United States was also
Tho conference report on tho fortifi
cations appropriation bill was adopted
nrd a partinl agreement on the sundry
bill was reported by tho conferees and
approved by tho senate.
MAY GET CURRENCY COMMISSION
That Will Corapriso All Legislation on
Finance This Session.
WASHINGTON, May 20. Tho ap
pointment of a currency commission
composed of nine senntor and nine
members of the houso, to be provided
! for by a bi'l which Senator Aldrich
1 will introduce in the senate tomorrow,
will compriso all the legislation on
' finance that is to bo passed this ses
i s;on if tho bill is indorsed.
! This courso was decided upon today
, by the oenforecs on the currency1 bill
' at a final conference, which demon
strated beyond question that thero is
no hope of getting an agreement be
wcen tho senate and tho house ou nn
emergency mensur. Undoubtedly this
'Iccislon means that leaders of congress
aro determined upon a final adjourn
ment of congress next 'Saturday.
CURRENCY GOES OVER.
WASHINGTON, May 20. Conferees
on tho Aldrich-Vreolnnd currency bill
ho!d another- meeting today, but failed
to agree. It is now apparent that tho
wholo subject of financial legislation
will go over until the noxt session.
This is chango night at t'ne Iris.
GLOBE, GILA COUNTY ARIZONA, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 190$
BY MISS WOOD
Asserts Signature to Letter
Was Obtained Under
GIVEN AS AUTOGRAPH
Reporters Tell of interviews
With Miss Wood on
NEW YORK, May 20. Physically so
weak that ho practicnlly had to bo car
'cd in and out of the court room, Son
itor Piatt was at times a spirited wit
ness today when he npepared to testify
!n his own bohnlf in Mao C. Wood's,
suit for nn absoluto divoico from him.
His denial of all charges brought by
Miss Wood in her suit against him was
Whilo tho defendant to tho action
was in tho court room much of tho
day, Miss Wood did not attend tho
The presentation of the case for the
defense, asido fronKSenator Piatt's own
testimony, was marked by a sharp at
tack on tho authenticity of tho mar
iago certificate which Miss Wood of-
'crcd in evidence in support of her con
'cption of a matrimonial contract with
'he senator. This was followed by nn
Tort to show that the letter, in which
latt is said to havo admitted a mar-1
'ago with Miss Wood was written over
'tis signaturo on a blank sheet of paper
in which he had provious'y affixed his ,
uitogranh at tho request of two woYncn
applicants for it wh'le he was stooping ;
at tho Hotel Arlington in this city in i
100(3. - '
Senator Piatt in his testimony cate
gorically denied that he was ever mar
ried to, or had promised to marry tho
Inintirf, and repudiated tho signaturo
purporting to bo his on tho marriage
'ortificate and the genuineness of sev
eral letters which Miss Wood testified
camo to her from him.
In support of the contention that his
"ignature to tho statement acknowledge
!ng Miss Wood as his legal wife was
ibaincd bv deccntion. counsel for Piatt 1
oday submitted an affidavit by Mrs
Dunning in which sho said she secured
Piatt's nutograph by sending n book
to his rooms with a request for his sig
nature. Mrs. Dunning said sho gave the auto
graph to Miss Wood and that Miss
Wood was delighted with it.
A deposition by Thomas R. Tortcr, a
newspaperman of Omaha, gavo in sub
stnnco nn interview which Porter had
with Miss Wood. Porter quoted Miss
Wood as saying that she was at work
for a publication in Now York in 1901
and was sent to interview Senntor
Piatt, who gavo her an interview and
invited her to call when sho wanted
another. Later when sho wanted an
appointment as. a teacher iu tho Phil
ippines sho went to seo Senator Piatt
again with a woman friend, who nlso
wanted an appointment.
Afterward this woman, Mis3 Wood
was quoted as saying, mado herself so
disagreeablo that Senator PJatt thought
"wo would have to elope to escape
her. But my sense of humor would not
permit me to elopo with a seventy-year-old
groom, whom I would have to sup
port as wo walked."
Miss Wood added: "I could not af
ford to antagonizo such poworful in
terests as Senator Piatt and was
obliged to put up with htm to a cer
tain extent. I'd like to havo any
ono who thinks him a matrimonial prizo
to havo my shoes for a day."
Porter testified that on April 2, 1903,
Miss Wood stated to him: "I was
afraid tho senator might beat mo out
by going to fulfill his promiso and
marry me, and if there is one thing
that would bo more humiliating than
suing this old man for breach of prom
iso it would bo to marrv and livo with
Porter stated that Miss Wood told
him sho became engaged to marry tho
senator in 1903 and shortly afterward
ho wanted to break tho ongagdmont,
but that sho finally broke it on account
of Piatt's attention to Miss Janoway,
his present wifd. N
In a deposition by Fra,nk Haight, a
Chicago reporter, which was read in
court, Hnight quoted Miss Wood as
having told him in an interview that
sho was unable to find Edwartr"W. Rice,
who namo was signed as tho officiating
clcrgymau to tho mnrriago certificate,
and that sho sometimes believed the
man who performed tho coromony was
one of Piatt "p secretaries. , In his de
position Miss Wood Is' quoted as say
ing that 6ho was astoaished whou Piatt
camo to tho Flftli Avenuo hotel and
announced that iio was "going to mar
ry her, but, knowing his craving for
dramatic episodes," sho agreed. She!
said the ceremony was a mere marriage
Edward Howland, in 1900 valet to I
Piatt, testified to the senator's furnish
ing an autograph signature on a blank
sheet of paper for two women. Tho wit
ness was shown tho letter in which
Piatt is alleged to have admitted his
mnrriago to Miss Wood and identified
tho pago on which tho senator's namo
was written as the paper to which the
senator had affixed his signature.
How can he bo a friend to another
who is not a friend to himself!
France Is Going
To Take Morocco
BERLIN, May 20. The foreign of
flco is conducting a searching inquiry
intb the alleged maltrentincnt of a man
undor German protection b Picnch sol
diors in Morocco whilo ho was carrying
a lotter from the German consul at
Oasa Blanco, Herr Luedcritz, to tho
commander of a body of French troops.
Whilo it is believed horo that nothing
will come of the case, but tho calling
lor diplomatic representation, public
opinion appears to bo growing suspi
cious of French aims in Morocco aud
German nowspapers nro republishing
widely a series of articlos in tho Co
logne Gazetto supposedly written by a
correspondent in Morocco and indicat
ing tho military occupation by Prance
as boing gradually extended on small
protexts and tho display of tho forco
our of proportion to tho requirements
of an orderly administration.
TO THROW SPEAKER
OUT OF OKLA. HOUSE
GUTHRIE, Okla., May 20. A scene
was created jn the bouse today when
Tillotson Norvoll nnd other members
of the so-called houso "insurgents" at
tempted to throw Speaker Murray out
of tho house.
They rushed towaui tho speaker's
stand, but woro Bioppcd by the con
OMNIBUS BILL PASSES.
WASHINGTON, May 20. The senate
today passed! tho omnibus public build
ing bi.'I inserting not only numerous
amendmonts suggested by tho senate
committee on public buildings and
grounds, but also a few proposed by in
dividual senators. As passed the bill
carries a total of about $35,000,000, of
which $6,000,000 is for building con
tracts. CLEVELAND STRIKE
Agreement.To Arbitrate Is
Expeoted 'From the
CLEVELAND, May 20. Barring a!
possible squabble over, tho details of,
the settlement, the indications at mid-i
night were that a peaceful end of the
strike of motormen and conductors
against the Municipal Traction will
The conferees at that hour woro still
in executive session, but according to
reports emanating from tho room the
chances seemed to indicate that an am
icable agreement to arbitrate the mat
ters in dispute would be reached before
Incipient cases of attacks upon cars
woro reported Iato at night, tho most
serious of which wns the dynamiting of
a Loraino, avenue car at West 65th
street. Tho trucks were demolished and
thirty passengers panic stricken. None,
however, was injured.
In other sections of tho city a few
cars suffered from stone throwers, but
altogether the night passed without a
recurrencd of tho cxtremo violence of
tho day passed
3,062,000 CORDS FOR PABjIR
Census Bt'rcau Iss"cs Report On Wood
Pulp for Print Paper.
WASHINGTON, May 20. To mec
tho many demands for information the
census bureau today issued a prclimin-
ary report showing that tho consump
tion of pulp wood in (he United States .
for the calendar year ending December
31, reached 3,9G2,G60 cords, an increase'
of over 300,000 cords over the previous
year, and estimating tho total produc
tion of pulp in tons in 1907 at 2,547,809.
Tho report covers tho consumption of
Tho investigation of the wood pulp
print paper industry was not conclud
ed today by the special houso commit
tee. A number of paper manufacturers
wcro examined today and tho commit
too was informed that several others
wcro duo from tho west tomorrow. .
BRITISH STEAMERS COLLEGE
Passengers Rescued By Vessel Least
Damaged and Landed.
FALLMOUTH, May 20. The British
steamor Latona fiom Montreal for Lon'
don foundered westward of tho Lizard
th( morning, after .o'I!ding with tho
British steamer Japanic from Nowport
for Montevideo. All tho passongers on
tho Latona wero saved by tho Japanic
and landed. The Japanic was badly
JfAP TREATIES FAVORABLE.
. WASHINGTON, May 20. Tho son
ate conunlttco on foreign relations to
day voted to report favorably on two
treaties with Japan for tho protection
of American trademarks, patonts and
copyrights in Manchuria and Korea,
and Japanese trademarks, patents and
copyrights in the United Statos.
Remorse makes a Bad figure in tho
garments of slighted goodness.
Former Will Send Thirty-six
, For Him.
GUFFEY FACTION WINS
Organization at Harrisburg
Wins Fight Against
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., May 20.
Vociferously applauding ovcry mention
of Win. J. Bryan's name, the delegates
to tho democratic state convention here
today instructed Missouri's thirty-six
delegates to tho national convention to
vote for tho nomination of tho No
Tho convention declared 'for deep
waterways and voted down the resolu
tion to disfranchise ignorant and vicious
Governor Folk, Senntor Stone, James
a Reed of Kansas City, and David It.
Prancis of St. Louis, wore solectcd as
delegates at large.
QUTFEY BEATS BRYAN
HARRISBURG. Pa., May 20. After
ono of the hardest fights in several
years, the democratic stato convention
today decided not to instruct its dele
gates at large to tho Denver convention
for Bryan. It was a clean cut victory
for tho organization headed by jCol.
Tames M. Guffey, of Pittsburg, the
Pennsylvania member of tho national
Tho Bryanites, under the leadership
of the Bryan league, had a large fol
lowing and they fought to the bitter
The sixty-four delegates were elected
in April and tne state convention had
nothing to do with them in the matter
When it was oftercd, tho amendment
containing the Bryan plank of tho 1900
stato convention went down to defeat I
32 to 17.
TWO INSTRUCT FOE BRYAN.
LANSING, Mich., May 20. Bryan
was endorsed today by the state demo
cratic convention and the Michigan
delegation to the national convention
was instructed to vote for him under
the unit rule, until ho Is nominated for
COLUMBIA, S. C, May 20. Tho
stato democratic convention today, by
a resolution instructed the stato 's dele
gates to the national convention to
vote for the nomination of Bryan.
DEATH TORCH TO TINY SISTER
Brother Touches Flaming Paper Play
fully to Hor Dress
BANGOR, Pa., May 20 To havo his
little eight year old daughter burn to
death in his very sight was the horrible
experience of Peter Bcrgcr, of Daniels
Quarry near here.
With her littlo brother Russell, fivo
years old, sho had been playing in the
garden.- Tho latter lighted a pieco of
paper with a match and with the burn
ing paper set firo to hia sister's dress.
Father and mother wore 100 yards
away, but when they heard the child's
cries the former ran to the sccric to
tear tho burning clothing from her
body, but all too Inte, the innocent died
a victim of her terrible burns nn hour
GETS BIO SUM FOE LOST LOVE
Iowa Jury Glve3 Wife $0,000 Verdict
MOUNT PLEASANT, la., May 20.
Becauso her mother-in-law, Mrs. Kllen
Magcrs, aliennted the affections of her
husband, Mrs. Lilly Magcrs was award
ed a verdict for damages iu tho sum of
$6,000 by a jury hore lato yesterday.
The case has been a sensationa's ore,
witucsses detailing tho family troubles
of the Magcrs. Tho verdict came as a
NICK AND ED TO MEET.
LONDON, May 20. Tho meeting be
tween King Edward and Emperor Nich-,
olas will occur rtt Lcval in tho Gulf of
Finland where tho British sovereign
will havo arrived on Juno 9 on board
the royal yacht Victoria Albert. Tho
yacht will be escorted by two cruisers.
VENEZUELA MINISTER BACK
Russell Denies Reports of a Differenco
NEW YORK, May 20. W. W. Rus
sell, the American minister to Ven
ezuela, arirved hero today on tho steam
er Caracas.. He is on a leave of ab
senco, and will go to Washington to
morrow. The reports of serious differ
ences between President Castro and
Minister Russell nre denied by Russell.
Ho said that Castro appears to bo in ex
ceilont health despite tho report to
Thero nre other chains than those
mado of metal, of steel nnd iron. When
bound by nny, remember thero is a link
of opportunity somewhere in tho chain.
Look for it. ' f ''
Williams Says Lilley Guilty
of Treason; Favors Expelling
GEORGE L. LILLEY.
Congressman Who Asked for Submarine
HALF MILLION IN
Mclntyre, of Failed Brokerage
House, Is Arrested
NEW YORK, May 20. Upon finding
today that an indictment was returned
against him by the grand jury, Thomas
A. Mclntyre, who failed in the broker
age firm of T. ,A. Molntylre & Co.,
was arrested on a warrant charging
grand larceny in tho first degree. He
was released on $25,000 bail.
Mclntyre 'starrest was made in tho
face of a vigorous protest by his phy
sicians at tho sanitarium where he has
been a patient since shortly after tho
failnro of the firm.
After his arraignment before Judge
Rosalskjin general gcsioiis, and his
furnishing a. bond by a surety company,
ho was taken back to the sanitarium.
Mclntyre 's indictment is the out
growth otan investigation into the af
fairs of tho Mclntyro firm in the federnl
Tho specific charge against him is
based on a claim that a certificate of
sixty shares of U. S. Steel stock
was placed with the firm as trustee and
was put up as collateral by the firm
for a loan which it negotiated on its
Assistant District Attorney Train
said tonight that there were more than
100 complaints against tho Mclntyre
firm in his office, involving between
$300,000 and $100,000 worth of securi
ties turned over to the firm by in
vestors. These securities cannot bo
SHIPS OFF CAPE TLATTERY
Fleet Now Ready to Make Visits to
Puget Sound Cities.
SEATTLE, Wash., May 20. The At-
lantic battleship fleet is off Cape Flat
tery tonight and at 3 o'clock tomor
row morning it will round the extreme
northwestern point of the United States
mainland and enter Strait Juan dc
Puca, proceeding to the peaceful con
quest of tho cities of tho forest lined
shores of Puget sound.
When Port Ange!es is passed at 9
a. m. the Louisana, Virginia, Missouri
and Ohio will turn out of line and drop
anchor in that harbor. Opposite Port
Townscnd tho Illinois, Kearsargc, Wis
consin, Nebraska and Kentucky turn to
the right. Tho two former will anchor
at Port Townsend and tho two latter
will go to the navy yard at Bremer
ton. Tho remaining vessels of the fleet will
continuo on through Deception Pass to
tho city of Bellingham. At various
places where the ships will mako stops
extensive plans have been mado to wel
come and entertain the officers and men.
WALTERS CASE UP TODAY
Man Charged With Attc-nptinsr to KiU
- Lowthian Will Bo Tried.
Thu district court will convene at
9:30 o'clock this morning, Judge Nave
having returned last night from Phoe
nix, where ho attended tho supreme
court. Tho first caso will bo that of
tho torritory vs. James Walters. This
caso will probably occupy all day.
Walters is accused of having attempt
ed to kill Officer Dick Lowthian. At
torneys Stoncman, Little and Whitchcr
aro to' defend him, having been ap
pointed by the court.
PRESBYTERIANS tfo ORGANIZE
Clifton and Phoenix Pastors Come to
Form Now Church in Globe.
Tho organization of tho Presbyterian
church at Globe will take placo Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock, at tho ball
ground school house. Rov. C. H. Low
of Clifton and Rev. C. F. Reid of Phoe
nix will havo tho service in charge.
Further announcements of the organiza
tion will bo mado later.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
I WASHINGTON. Miv 9nT, -jr
has been investigating, the charges of
Representative Lilley, of Connecticut'
that members of the houso. had been'
improperly influenced in connection
with the submarine torpedo boat legis-
lation, and that Lilley had violated . ',
his obligations ns a member and had"
acted in bad faith with the committee: '4
and in contempt with the house wcrV
sustained todav bv tho hou bv vain
of 157 to 82. " i"
Five hours were 'devoted to the caso, ..
four of which were consumed in read- :.,
ng the report.
The Connecticut members joined in
voting against the resolution.
Minority Leader Williams of Mimii.
sippi denounced Lilley al boing guilty
oi treason xor wmen ho should be ex
It wag a noticeable fact that the fir.
members of the special committce,
Mcssrs. Boutelle, Olmsted, Stevens,
Broussard and Howard, sat together
throughout the proceedings and that
none of them submitted any remarks in
connection with the report.
National Association in New
York Formulates Plans for
NEW YORK, May 20. A determined
warfare 6n all labor unions, which will
have the support of the 3,000 members
of the National Association of Manu
facturers, representing an aggregate
capital q fifteen billion dollars, will
soon be commenced. This action -was
determined upon at today's session; of
the association, which is holding its an
nual convention at tho Waldorf As
toria. Political methods will be UBod
by the manufacturers in the fight, which
will inject a new and vital issue into
the J residential campaign.
According to President James W.
Van Clcvo, the membership of the as
sociation is practically unanimous in
the matter of fighting the unions. It
is alleged that of the 30,000,000 labor
ers in this country, less than 1,500,000
arc affiliated with .the American Federa
tion of Labor, and that any determined s
stand against what is termed, the
"tyranny" of organized labor will re
ceive the support of the great majority
of these unorganized workmen.
It is stated that the association will
not attempt to disrupt the unions, but
will make its fight against some of the
principles which the unions stand for
and which nre obnoxious to capital.
Among these arc the closed shop, tho
boycott, sympathetic strikes, appren
ticeship restrictions and compulsory ueo
of tho union label.
New York labor leaders arc appar
ently not alarmed by the proposed war
fare of the association and declare that
it is but another outburst of. the spirt
oT vain antagonism to unions which baa
heretofore found feeble expression in
citizens' alljances and similar bodies.
Prof. James H. Douglas, head of tho
Phelps-Dodge interests in the southwest,
arrived in Globe yesterday morning in
hift private car from Blsbee and Doug
las and spent tho greater part of yes
terday inspecting the Old Dominion
His privato car was switched to tho
smelter and he spent the night in the
car. He will spend today visiting the
Old Dominion mine and in consultation
with the officers of the mine. 'He will,
lcavo tonight for Clifton andMorenci.-
E. E. Eiilinwood andsJ. W. Woodrow
of Bisbeo, identified with the, Piielpfl
Dodgo interests, accompanied Prof.
Douglas to Globe.
WAGE WAR ON
At the Iris. - .$
A now program was presented iit tho
Iris last night which pleased a good
Ono of tho bost moving pictures is
entitled ' ' Tho Romance of a - Fisher
man's Daughter." It is very beauti
mi lv tinted and has some vory pretty
"Tho Prince's idea," is -a. very in
teresting picture showing several views
oi tho prince's palace which are-very
pretty. ' &
"The Quack Doctor" and "Nurse's
Travels" supply tho comedy end of tho
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