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? - ? - ^ .?|, n,a ,f ?:? ^-i? - -? ---^- ^ m^g?*gjA ti I m ? ? -^?iff-a--' j-'a t <1 ri*? A0 ?* At^ ? Layjest ureriitlw rf My rtewsMff ? ftevwp riMblied OitoMc tic City of Reio FIFTY-THIRD YEAR ElM, HJI CMff, ttflll Ml ft Ittl N^73 JjgJ^ ^ t L f _!_'. ^ , : . .. . SEVERE HUH IF EPIZOOTIC HITS LITTLE CMS: Little Boy on Wells Herqld . Suffers . Intensely From Gastronomical Compli cations Superinduc ed by Ball Game An attack of epizootic more severe than anything he baa yet sustained came suddenly upon little Charlie Triplett, junior editor of the YfelU Herald, laat Kriday. The family phy sician was Immediately summoned and pronounced little Charlie as suffering from an unusual attack of the well known chlldrens' dicease commonly known aB "bellyache" and gave it as his opinion that the little boy's condi tion wa BBuperinduced by a baseball game?at least something that was so denominated. The peculiar part of the little fel low's malady is found in the fact that ^ when it first becomes evident the baby patient Is quite rational and con ducts himsel fin a fashion that leaves a very narrow margin for doubt that he is a rational and intelligent specl : men of young American boyhood. As he progresses in his discussion of his obsession?which in this case is base ball?he becomes steadily worse until he develops a state of symptoms that in an older person would undoubted ly take the form of apoplexy. For ex ample, during his more rational mo ments last Friday, the baby editor churned out this: After going down to a thirteen to one defeat at Elko the Wells bareball team played Elko to a standstill here last Sunday. The game was very close and was anybody's game up to the time the last Wells man was re tired. Errors by the Wells players accounted _fo rail but one of Elko's runs. Wells made one run off a wild throw by Manning to first base. Manning did not seem to hold any terrors for the Wells batters, passing one man to first base and striking out only seven. Wines, hurling for Wells, struck out nine and didn't issue a single base on balls. We wonder if this convinces Harold Hale and the Elko ball team that they do not have to go out of the county to find another team that wifl give them a real game. We also wish to state that the individual who wrote an artido for publication in the "What Do You Think About It?" col ' umn of the Elkd Independent and signed his name "Bat and Ball", would have changed his mind about the games between Elko and other teams not being worth the admission price could he have seen the game Sunday. A record breaking crowd was in atten dance, and a total of $86 being taken In as gate receipts. And then hb the pain in Charley's tummy became more acute he launch ed himself into, and wound up with, this terrible indictment of the editor of the Independent: The imitation Arbuckle is becoming veiV witty, don't you think? Here, read some of the expressions - takon from the Windjammlng sheet: "Little Chnrllo Trlplott who wields the editorial destines of the Nevada State Herold waxed extremely wroth in his last Friday edition, venting his boyish rage upon Charlie Helfricb, who umpired something advertised as a ball game between the Wells and Elko teams a week ago Sunday. Hel \ frlch Is a "squint-eyed squirt" accord ing to the little boy editor and no English Is quite exprtsalto 'enough to describe Fatty of the Windypendent. At any rate, reader, cast your expres sive optics over this literary effort from tho pen of tho youngest editor in tho Stnto of Nevada, The boy surely has promise and ought to de velop into a Jewel lit editorial and roportorlal circles In time. "Bplac, Lydla Plnkham's soothing pyrup, Epsom Salts and I-emon, and children's remedies, designed to re lieve a bad case of coilc. It Is rec ommended that tho caplaUi of the Wells ten mcarry a medicine case - equipped for tho little editor's espec ial benefit whoq the east state base ball chasers cross bats with the Elko bsaeball team on the next occasion. The ability to lose gracefully, to ad " mlt superiority and to be a good sport Is also a well recognised specific . Of course, this all must be true, for you kpeW. the expression* of Harold are always backed up by lots of weight. If our midsection resemWsd a barrel (a* does Fatty's) we might take part of the treatment that the Elko scribe has so kindly > prescribed for us, but tbls'thust be his own medi cine. If we Bhoufll takk soihe it Would undoubtedly mnkn on Of hte sani* i**d : shape that Falt'y is. There la Just on othing more that . we would tike to say pad that is "If We Hud atet of Brains Like Putty Peseettset end Another Bet, We Would Use the other Aef All the Time/* , AU of which loads as to the conptu slon thet it te lndeod tmfnrtwnate that thf poor lHtle follow her- no solution of brains to chooee from. Aa^ a lit eral construction of pie closli* para urahH of1 the little alt ruler's comment wherein he state* what he would do If hd had "another set" leads as to the Inevitable conclusion that he 1s so Un fortunate aa to be utterly wltbont that ?elhee aeAaaesw mllems ofinlistn sal nun^r iwr^MRry upHyurn ^ V-->.T^yrk J + * Hh FAIM BCBSAU * * MOYIB TALKS t * FOB ELKO COUHTY Hh HK * I t Hh M. D. Collins ot the Bute Ex- + Hh tension Department has ar- Hh Hh ranged for Farm Bureau meet- Hh Hh lngs In the various valleys dnr- + 4> ing the week tor the purpose of Hh Hh showing educational and In- Hh Hh structiTe farm pictures. He 4* Hh has a portable movie outfit at? Hh tached to a generator that Is Hh * operated from the real wheel of Hh I Hh the car. The meetings will be Hh , Hh held Tuesday evening In Me- Hh Hh tropolls, Wednesday la Clover, Hh [ Hh Thursday In BUrr Valley, Sat- Hh | Hh nrday at Lee and Sunday In La- Hh Hh motile. Lamoille tmlng a een- 4* Hh tral place, the meeting was eal- Hh Hh ed on Sunday to enable people Hh Hh from Starr and adjoining vpl- 4* HH leys to attend. Mr. ftlddell has Hh Hh arranged for local speakers at Hh Hh the Lamoille meeting and has Hh Hh asked Mr. H. U. Castle, who Hh Hh represented the Nevada Barm Hh Hh Bureau at the railroad rate Hh Hh hearing last week in Salt Lake Hh Hh City, to explain the purpose of Hh Hh the meeting, how the rate af- Hh Hh fectB the farmer, to explain the Hh Hh remedy that Is advanced by the Hh' Hh agricultural interests. Presl- Hh >1* dent Rlddell has promised to Hh Hh bring a delegation of SUrr Val- Hh Hh ley people to the Lamoille Hh Hh meeting. Hh Hh Representative delegations Hh Hh from Lee and * adjoining val- Hh rHh leys are invited to attend. Hh Hh Hh Hh Hh Hh Hh Hh Hh Hh Hh Hh Hh 4p Hh Hh Hh SPARKS MAN KILLED IN YARDS BY MOTOR Olyde Rowland, resident of Sparks, was instantly killed yesterday morn-: ing in the yards at that place when he was run down by a motor car. Rowland was employed as switching foreman by the Southern Pacific Company, and had been prominent in Sparks life for ten years. At the time of the accident hew as signal ling tho engineer of the switch en gine and failed to take note of the approaching motor car. He backed directly into the car as it in tarn was backing eactward along the main line track. The motor engineer could not have seen the unfortunate man in time to avoid the accident The deceased was a mombor of the Ma sonic order and also of the Knights of Pythias. He Is survived by a wife, daughter and father and mother. e>A ROT GARDNER IS CREDITED WITH PALISADE ROBBERY Tbo Eureka Sentinel I earns that postal officials have recently noti fied the postmaster at Palisade that from certain information obtained from Roy Gardqer, the now noted mall bandit, during bis recent cap tivity In California!, It is believed that Qnrdner was the party who rob bed the postofflce at Palisade early last April of two looked mail sacks that were deBflned for Buretca, and of which no trace has ainoe been found. In a confession to. the postal officials regarding his whereabouts nt certain times, Gardner. admitted to being in Carlin on the night the Pal inode robbery occurrod, and as the former place is only seven miles dis tant from the latter, the postal offi cials believe Gardner is the man who did the job. An appropriation for Improving the local air mail field in tho total sum of I7K0O has keen made, according to advlseo received by Superintendent Barbel1. This appropriation will be used in constructing , a stock room, offices and other necessary inciden tal equipment. It cannot be expend ed. however, until n leeae le arrang ed for the ground included within the landing field ,or at least that part upon which the equipment Is to be constructed. Arrangements are now In the making for this lease and ac cording to Attorney HMwih BL Cains, who Is .the local representative of the parties owning.ths ground, llttte dit ficgulty is expected In securing it. The city, through Supervisor Ife Glnty, has also agreed to haul suf ficient gravel to the field to make a runway for ths planes to the hangars and Mr. Barber says by the close of the year Btko will have a "reel field." MRS. WILL ORR IS TAKEN TO IDAHO mTenth cam of IU kind in medical history in the United States is reported In the illness of Mrs. Wil liam. Orr ot this, city, who was taken away yesterday to the sanitarium or her brother. Dr. Dill, in Pocatello, Idaho, in a final tight for the pa tient's life. Mrs. Orr is a victim of Bndamoeha Dysiaterla, according to her physician in this city. This germ is otherwise known as tropical fever and was a most virulent and menac ing form of disease among the men in the army iq the Spanish American war and also in the war with Ger many. Mrs. Git's condition was pus sling and she consulted the best spe cialists in San Francisco, none of whom discovered the true cause of her illness. Bhe was operated upon local ly for the removal of her tonsils and It was thought that this would bring relief. The operation was entirely socessful, and Mrs. Orr made excel lent recovery from it, but her health continued to go back. Laboratory examinations at last developed the germ above named The symptoms of the disease In the tropics are center ed about dyslnterla. In tropical reg ions the disease 1b known as "trop ical fever." In the temperate zones it is marked principally by mental apathy. In discussing the case this morning a local physician stated that it was bis opinion that Mrs. Orr bad con tracted the germ from contact with river infection. Mrs. Orr, he stated, had ben taking some of her meals at a Chinese restaurant. The Chinese who worked in the place had been fishing in the river and he believed had communicated an iqfedtion to salads and slaws which they served and of- which Mrs. Orr partook. The restaurant is not now in operation to which the doctor referred. Mrs. Orr has mhny friends In this ity where she has lived for some time past It is stated that she de l voloped the same trouble some time ago and that a change benefitted her greatly. It is hoped that removal to Idaho will again bring back ' her health..Her many friends are sincere ly hoping for her Immediate improve ment ?" TOWN TALK [ L 8. Reach of Manila, in the Phil ippine Islands ,was an arrival qt the Mayer last evening. He is accom panied by his family. William E. Barney is registered at the Mayer today. Mr. Barney is here looking after the details of some min ing business connected with his hold ings in Lynn. Br. and Mrs. J. W. Smith of Callente were the advance guard of'the med icos who are' to convene here next. Friday. Dr. and Mrs. Smith arrived at the Mayer last evening. Little . Charlie Trlplett and his Wells grasshoppers took a generous drubbing from the Carlln ball team at the latter place last Sunday. The score was 28 to 15. Evidently tittle Charles and the east eoeaty boys played their nsnal romping good game. Mrs. Tam Eager came In last ev ening from Parks Station to meet her sister. Miss Hannah Brown, who is here from Provo, Utah, on a visit Hiss drown accompanied Mrs. Bages out t& A Station this faternoon where she will speed a portion of her vacation. ? . e \ e Reverend James Byera came to from Lamoille this morning. He re ports the fishing good In the hills and seemed in a mood to relate a fish story of no mean dimensions to us. Te Scribe recommended that ha await the rstorn of L'll Bddle, Who special ises |n fish stories. . . . ?! ? ? Marrv MeCandless, representative of th" BuH Ran Oil A Oas Company, was an arrival In this city last even* tag. He states that his company be gan drilling In Bnll Run Basin last Thursday and are now down sixty feet The drill is going through a formation of shele and sandstone. W. T. ft with, In company with Mr. MoffHt of the Union Land A Cattle Company, passed through thin mom* ing en roate to Death where they plan to make a (rip Of inspection of the company's property lb that r'eta lly today. Tomorrodr they expect to go to ttfJMittrora to go over the Span ish Ranch property and will then r* torn to Reno. -- HOI Orr retomed Jait night from Sbcehone, Idaho, whore he took Mrs. Orr to her brother's sanitarium at that place. He reports that Mrs. Orr stood the trip well. He had heard nothing today concerning the patient, a fact which he constrees as a good sign Inasmuch as be thinks his daugh ter In writing In preference to using the telegraph. )V! ELKO FIEl.lt TO DECEIVE THOROUGH TEST OF OIL SEINE STRHTOS Of EX PERIENCED DRILLERS Elko Oil Development and Improvement Co. Makes Record to Bringing Outfit Over Fifty Miles to Well Site, Setting Machinery, Spudding W eN, and Drilling Thirty Nine Feet to One Week The drilling machinery belonging to the Elko Oil Development ft Improve ment Company which la now on the ground and digging away through a formation of hard limestone ,was brot a distance of nearly sixty miles, set up and started and a distance of thrity nine feet drilled in exactly one week. This is a record in Nevada oil annals and speaks well for the engineering abilities of the local drillers. The hole was spudded yesterday morning about ten o'clock. When the drill was with drawn at five o'clock In the evening It was down exactly 39 feet. - The drilling rig performed perfectlp and from the progress made it is evi dent that this is a real machine and Its steadily churning down was a reve lation to those who were watching It pound away. The location of the well being drill ed is about a mile and a quarter north east of the city reservoirs and is reached by a road turning off the high way at the eastern extremity of the Smith Farm. The rig is a Star No. 38 and is Op erated by steam which is supplied by a fdrty horse-power tractdf;'coal be ing used for fuel. Much Interest is being taken In the progress of this project as it opens a ne windustry in Elkd and Elko county as this is the pioneer effort In the county and its proximity to this city gives rise to the belief\that Elko may become famous as an' oil center for Oil hero would mean k boom that would he phenomenal. The hole being drilled is twelve inches In diameter and is an effort to strike artesian water which this com pany believes exists at a comparative ly shallow depth.. It is said by engi neers -that this vicinity ism wonderful water shed and from the lack of ev idences 6f this on the surface and from the snow fall on the hills adjac ent. subterranean channels of water must come down from the hills and the well being drilled is high enough up the slope to insure the purity of this water which probably exists In large quantity. We are advised that upon comple tion of the water well the rig will be moved beck a few feet and a derrick erected and a hole started down start ing at sixteen inches in diameter and casing carried down as the hole, is drilled, this hole will be carried to the capacity of the rig ?hlch is 1590 feet If necessary and by the substitution of a larger engine upon the rig and a derrick of eighty feet In height. 4. 000 feet may be drilled with this ma chine. * One of the interesting features in spudding in was that the drill wua not j stopped pounding away except to ball the hole and in the fact that it was working" off the spudding arm of the rig and required the constant atten dance of the drillers to keep the tools dropping plumb showing a marked ef ficiency upon the parts of drillers Hickey and Rice in that the distance drilled was exceptional in the first day's run. Dispatch seemed to be the watch word at the well. .Each ona had a part and seemed to kuow Just what to do: there seemed to be no hesitancy or confusion on the part of the crew; each man waB at his place and was busy apparently doing the right thing at the right time. Upon circumspection it is apparent that the moving and erection of this machinery was accomplished In a re markably quick time as this entire shipment of two carloads of equip ment was spotted to unload by the railroad on the morning of . June 10th and was take*-fire miles, erected, piped up for Bteam, and all set to go and forty feet of bole in solid rock dlrlled In an even nine days showing that engineering is not the least of this companies assets. We aro further advised that the only field expense the company is put to Is that of employment of the drill ing orews aqd supplies of fuel and oil. The only overhead expense is that of postage and stationery which shows an earnestness of spirit In this pro ject on the psrt of the members of the company which is praiseworthy. Their watchword is 'drill" or as they ex pressed it "Make Hole". BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH PAINS PATRONAGE The luncheon for business men hold at the Meyer on Mondays at one o'clock Is gaining slowly in popular ity. Fourteen men attended the first meeting, five the second, nine the third and nine were seated at the table yesterday, ^including Senator Henderson and Prof. Dtnsmore, who chatted with the diners during the luncheon hour. It Is the general Im pression among those who are attend ing the luncheons regularly. that this form of getting together meetings Is vory commendable and will be pro ductive of much good if all the mer chants In the city will avail them selves of the opportunity. Prof. Dlnsmore talked yesterday upon the formation of a Notary Club hero. Impromptu discussion of local oondt tlons was freely indulged in and at the hour of adjournment each atten dant pledged himself to return with another fellow on next Monday at one o'clock. ' ? , Mrs. Fkrtfca VeDenoett was an ar rival at the Mayer last evening from Lee FATHER CONNERY HAS EYE OPERATED ON - ?*. - Father H. J. Connery of the Cath olic church In this city has returned from Salt Lake City where a alight operation was performed upon hla right eye. Ilevorend Concery has been baring trouble with hia eyes for aOme little time past and waa ad vised to submit to the treatment. It has :.c ulted auccesafully and al though it la giving him the usual post treatment trouble he expects to be entirely recovered within the next few days. mm e i The Woodmen of the World had an other of their enjoyable meetings last evening and made arrangements to take In another class of seventeen ap plicants for momberahlp on tbe ev ening of Jnly 2nd. Twenty-five mem bers attended the mooting last night. The nana) social aeaion and supper was pujoyed. ^ j., ? ? Senator Henderson expects- to re main In Btko for severe! day* and will drtvh his car back to Hone when ho returns. ? J u Mi'iraiJ inn i "Tiii'- 1 | Saturday Night, June 25th. IMAYER ORCHESTRA ? ? ' ;; Iff If. i <* ????,>. ' ; ??' ' ' V S : The usual fine Supper served by the | Hotel management "^ | r: ?>? ^TT ?. s?- .. 5 h THote Da neat are pfMhi whb tfca Smilati crowdi | } ? I a % , HI I'M III ? g yti- ? % CARLIN TO BATTLE MOUNTAIN ROAD OUT V * '?? ^ \ ^,,-imp ? ? >' * ? > According to repot tit from west state towns the road between Carlln and Battle Mountain la reported to be washed out over the Overland Trail and the highway Is rendered Impassable. No details are given. it is presumed that washouts have caused the difficulty. It Is said to day that the bridge near Plnsona is in danger of going out. Since the road has been reported as impass able tourists have been routed over Plnsons bridge and sent by way of Midas. If Plnsons bridge goes out and the rest of the road is Impass able it is said that there Is still a chance of getting out by going around through the mountains at Hilltop. No one is willing to vouch for tho latter method of travel how ever. B. N. Lear of Lamoille stated to a Winnemucca man yesterday that he thought the road would be found passable as he had passed over It and found It repaired sufficiently to allow machines to go through. Meanwhile tourists at Winnemucca are awaiting word to the effect that the road has been repaired before go ing on. Tourists at this point would do well to observe the same caution. DIILYlilCK REPORT ERR RITE Through courtesy of the United States Department of Agriculture and co-operation of the local radio station and Its operators, Messrs. Mason and Johnson, the Independent is enabled to furnish in its issues a i summary of the stock report for the day. The report consists of receipts of livestock at the prtneipal market centers and also shows market prices at the close. Today's digested re port is as follows: Received at Chicago, 8000 cattle, 3500 calves, 20,000 hogs.. 8000 sheep. Kansas City, 9000 cattle, 1000 calves. -J Omaha, 5300. cattle, 200 calves, 14 000 hogs, 11,000 sheep. ? St. Paul, 1600 cattle. 2400 calves, 6200 hogs, 300 sheep. ' Bast St. Louis, 3300 cattle, 10,000 1 calves, 10,000 bogs, 4000 sheep. St Joseph, 266 cattle, 300 calves, 7006 hogs. 6000 shoep. Sioux City, Dm cattle, 8900 calves, no hogs or sheep. Prices at Chicago opened active to yard traders and shippers fifteen to twenty-flve cents higher than yester day's average and stood at $8.80. This was the amount being paid. Quality reported as fairly good. s At Omaha early sales were medium and light, mostly butchers. Sales twenty to twonty-flve cents higher than yesterday's average which was $8.50 paid. Quality mostly good. Av erage cost yesterday $7.89, weight 260. NIGHT SPRINKLING MEETS WITH FAVOR Under the direction of Supervisor A1 McQloty the sprinkling apparatus has been attached to. the city truck and the big machine makea the en tire rounds of 'the city during the evening. The time of street sprinkl ing is generally commended. By sprinkling tho streets in the evening the water'lays longer .and la not at once driven away by the hot son. The dust of tnndy cars that make their appearance on these nice evenings is also done away with and the liberal sprinkling makes a cool atmosphere. The sprinkling lg being done over the entire city also and la not con fined to one or two streets. The Young Men are beginning to prove already that new methods are some tiroes better than old ones. ? a e? < - REVEREND SWANDER IS SERIOUSLY ILL ' R?T?r?nd J. M. 8 wander, pastor of the Presbyterian church here. Is very 111 today with an abeeess of the ear. This malady sooma to be quite preva lent here lately and la said to be a form of the flu. It la the name trouble With which Judge Taber haa suffer ed for tho paat six weeks, the Jndgo having only resumed his work In the court house yesterday. Kr. Bwaadsr wae pronounced a ?offeror from grippe by his ph7el clan on Saturday and was adyioed to take to hla bed. He wae unable to preach at his church on Sunday, his place being taken by Reveread Howe of San rranctseo. Hte condition Is reported as unchanged today. ? ^ s [ Judge Tuber haa received a tele gram stating that the old Qulun River S water suit may bo revived through contempt proceedings Instituted by one of the parties to the suit who claims that the Judge's decree In the case hss been violated. The matter la to come up In Wlnnemucca. Judge Taber ban requested that another Judge bo called to hear tt NITER MAINS TEST IS THOROUGH IND CAREFUL ? 1 "VAr * r~ i*+~ Prof. Dinsmore Returns With Senator Henderson and. Complete Survey of all Mains is Made Senator Charles B RnMfraoti, in company with Prof. S. C. Dinsmore b? the Unirersity of Nevada arrived in this city yesterday morning and again a thorough and careful test was mad* of the Elko water mains. Senator Henderson, upon hearing of the ru mored taint in this city's water, last no time in insisting upon mnlipmediate investigation. Although Dinsmore had been here for two days last week making tests Henderson requested him to accompany him here again and to take tests from every portion of the water mains of this city in or der to determino finally whether or not there was any danger from the city water source. Yesterday morning samples of city water were taken from the company's box In Klttridge canyon, from the taps in tlie residences of Mrs. Ida Hunter and Mr. Will R. Englert on the hill. Farther samples were tak en from tape on the fiat and also from taps of the Western Pacific com pany in the eastern part or town. From these samples Senator Hen derson stated yesterday that the city water supply is pure but that the water used by the Western Pacific Company is impure. The reason for his state of affairs is substantially as stated by the Independent a few days ago.. The company is pumping water out .of the rtver for use in its engines. A check valve maintained by the water company near the pump uaed by the railroad was taken out by some unthinking person and as a result the river water is being forced by ^q, railway pump up through the mains 'to"Tfie"taps V>f" the" company - from which the dining car water sup ply is taken. Prof. Dinsmore will announce the results of his teats 'on both visits within s day or two. 1c the mean time residents of this city living In the bill district as well ss on the flat to a line of demarcation existing at the Western Pacific Railway Depot may rest assured that the water In thosed Istricts Is pure. Those living near the Western Pacific depot and whose water supply is Id any way conected with the taps used by the depot are advised to thoroughly boil their water supply before using it for culinary or drinking parposes. MISS VELMA TRUETT TO GO AS MAID OR HONOR MIhb Velma Truett of this city will to one of the maids of honor to Mies Viola Dane, queer, of the Reno Round up. Although there Is a contest on for the place this seems to be the logical conclusion inasmuch as the announcement was made this morn ing that tho city of Ely would not ea ter a candidate against Miss. Truett. Ely was paired oft with Elko in the fifth district of the a??te established by the Roundup Committee. An ef fort will be made to get a candidate against Miss Truett In Austin but in the event that it is unsuccessful a minimum figure of votes will be set for Miss Truett and attaining that will assure her of the coveted place. This condition is to be established at | the request of Miss Trnett herself. I Although it would have been poseible to have gone to Reno without effort upon her part Inasmuch ae the girl opopslng her at Ely had' withdrawn. I she preferred to comply with the minimum vote condition before ac cepting the trip. The position of maid of honor to Miss Dana Is being stubbornly fought for in all other districts. The snc dsasfnl young ladies are taken to Reno In airplanes, all expenses paid, provided with cars while there find thoroughly entertained during the entire celebration. "BEHOLD MY WIFE!" APPEALINS PICTURE OF BIO NORTHWEST An appealing story fo the Canad ian Northwest In promised In George Melford's latest production. "Behold My Wife!" which will ha seen at Aha Bradley Theatre (or two days com menclnx Wednesday want The pic tnra was adapted from i| norei hy Sir Gilbert Parker. "Behold My Wife!" la the story of ao Indian gtrl, whom a rich yoaof Bfiallshrr.an, In a moment of draaken ro?o ajtainet bis family, married to dtam-ac* them, and how she turned the tablea upon him, Mabel Joltenne Scott playa ?h? rote of the heroine, 'jgr< and Milton Bills and RUlott Dexter^ 1 are also In the east Frank Oevdoa adapted the story to the aeyeeo. 1