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D"1 ' ' f JwP$ $& v V. ULT AMSONA eH.VBRMSHr. .,, f r ,; &. rwr?mmmm wMfWmmSfmi. w?ymxrirzf!r' . tr' f 'V "I' t SitfTf . iBrrJH.fiSia fc ndV.-u- WS .' !" . ' V ., V I' R- ' I JyJ fj, V a w ki if m' I JsSKIwtItJ. sjk GLOBE UVERY STABLES . 441 N, BROAD , Saddle Horses and Rigs fox Prospectors BxcUave Ladles ' Fr Biabiug Btere. Swellest goods In town. Dolah Biatz & Co. McBroom & Co. Phono 1221 J 086 N. Broad, Phone 17BJ. H. C. Hopkins Mining Engineer U. 8. Dap. Min. Surveyor Boom 16, Globe Office Bids. TONIGHT TALKJMG PICTURES Cameraphonc' Theater. FREE BATHS McKcvitt House 656 N. BROAD Rooms 2.50 a week, up. Bods 25c and up. Pioneer Saloon Wulclch & Pavlovlch, Props. FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Box 092. No. 679 N. Broad Mountain View HOUSE We would be pleated to see our qld patrons. Good table, home cooking. Mr. A Mrs. E. L. Edmonson Lantin House 160 W. Push St Phone 1052 Nicely Fnrciafccd Booms Baths in Connection Mrs. A. J. Leonard, - Prop. Public Carriage At All Hours. 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SCHLITZ "that made Milwaukee fa mous," 8CHLITZ that makes all men akin; Wo call for SCHLITZ and who can blame us .We drink and call for SCHLITZ again. Budweiser applies Force, Energy Vitality Gall for ItWhen Ton Order "THE PACIFIC" 486 N. BROAD Jack Martia, Prop. ' Samuel ' 80 Year Stock Aubauser-Baich Beet vT ARIZ0N STEAM LAUNDRY & TOWEL SUPPLY CO. One Day Work a Specialty m V .750 N. Broad Phone 461 Sam Kee General Merchandise 460 N. Broad PfiOM S61 j- " ? if . ., Tony Faust Beer Cedar Brook "Whiskey at THE PARLOR M. B. Monaban Singer Machines Sold. Rented, Exchanged Fixtures and .Supplier 371 N. BROAD L. Hunsaker, Manager FAMOUS Cedar Brook Whiskey Always in stock. O.I.RNINN,CasiR9SalMn N. BROAD ST., GLOBE. The Mystety of tHe Yellow Room By GASTON LEROUX CHAPTER XXV. In Which Joseph Rouleiabille la Awaited With Impatience. T"1N the 15th of Juuuary that is III to miy, h o mouths1 and a half III after the tragic events I have 1 narrated the Epoquo printed an the first column of hv front pace tho following sensational article; "The Sclne-et-Qlse Jury Is summon ed today to giro Its verdict on one of the most mysterious nffalra In tho an nals of crime. There never hu been a cusc with so many Obscure, incom prehensible and inexplicable points. And yet the prosecution has not hesi tated lo put Into the prisoners' dock a man who is respected, esteemed and loved by nil who knew him a young savant, M. Hubert Darzac. There Is no i!6ubt in the mind of anybody that could the victim speak she would claim from the Jurorw of Sclne-et-Olse the man she wishes to make her bus band and whom the prosecution would (end to tho scaffold. It is to be hoped that Jllk". Stangerson will shortly re cover her reason, which has been tem porarily unhinged by tho horrible mys tery at the Glandler. -The question before the jury is the one' we propose to deal with this very day. "We have decided not to permit twehe worthy men to commit a dis graceful miscarriage of justice. Up to now everything hns'gone against M. Holtert Darzac in the magisterial Inquiry. Today, howecr, wo aro go ing to defend htm before the Jury, and we are going to bring to the witness stand n light that will Illumine the whole injstery of the Glandler, for we possess the truth. "When attention was first drawn to the Glandler case our youthful re porter, Joseph Itoulctnbllle, was on the spot and installed In the chateau when every other representative of the press had been denied admission. He worked side by side with Frederic Larsau. He was amazed and terrified at the grave mistake the celebrated detecthe was jbout to make. "France mint know tno whole world must liiiim' that on tho very evening on which M. Darzac was arrested young Itoulctnbllle entTcd our edito rial office and Inform d us that he was about to go away on a Journey. TIow long I shall be away,' he said, 'I cannot say. perhaps a month, per haps two, perlwps three. Perhaps 7. may nevrr return. lien) Lj a letter. If 1 am cot back on the day on which M. Darzac is' to appear before the assize court, have this letter opened nti'l read to the court after nil the wit nesses tave been heard. Arrange it with M. Darznc'p counsel. M. Darzac is Innocent. In this letter is written the name of the murderer, and that Is all 1 have to say. I am lenvlngtn get my prouts for the Irrefutable evi dence of the murderer's guilt.' Our reporter departed. For n long time we were without news from him. I5ut a week ago tf stranger called upon our manager and said: 'Act in accordance with the Instructions of Joseph Itoulc tnbllle If It becomes necessary to do so The letter left by him holds the truth' The gentleman who brought us this message would not give us his name. "Today, the I5th of January. Is the day of the trial. Joseph Itoulctabillc has not returned. It may be we shall ucer sec him again. The press also counts its heroes, Its martyrs to duty. It may be he Ls no longer living. We elmll know how to avenge him. Our manager will this afternoon be at the court of assize at Versailles with the letter the letter containing the name of tho murderer!" Those Parisians who flockecf to the assize court nt Versailles to7 be present at the trial of what was known as the "mystery of the yellow room" will certainly remember the terrible crush In tlii- courtroom. The trlnl Itself was presided over by M. de Kocouz. a Judge filled with the prejudice of his elassl. but a man hon est nt heart. The witnesses had been called. I was there, of course, as were nil who had In any way been In touch with the mysteries of the Glandler. I was lucky enough to be cnlled early in tho trial, so that I was then able to watch nnd be present nt almost the whole of the proceedings. The court was so crowded that mauy lawyers were compelled to find seats on the step3. Behlnd the bench of Jus tices were representatives from other 'banches. M. Robert Darzac st6od In the prisoner's dock between police men, tall, handsome and calm. A mur mur of admjrntlon rather than of com passion greeted his appearance, no leaned forward toward his counsel, Maltfe Henri Robert, who, assisted by hla chief ' secretary, Maltro Andre Hesse, was Sim3"? turning over the folios of his1 brief. Many expected that M. Staugerson after giving Tils evidence would have gone over to tle prisoner and shaken hands with him, but he left the court without another wor4. It was remark ed thnt t, he jurors appeared to be deep ly interested in a irarjld conversation which tho manager of th,0 Epoquo was havIngVlth Mnltre Henri Robert The manager ,later sat down in tho front row of the public Beats., Some were surprised that howas not nsked to re mnin with 'the other witnesses in the room reserved for hem. The rending of tno indictment was got through, aa it always is, wUhout any incident I shall not" hcre"rebort the long examination to which M. Dar zac was subjected. Ho answered all the questions quickly nnd easily. His silence as to the Important matters of which, we know was dead against blm. It would seem as If this' reticence would bo fatal for him. ne resented the president's reprimands, ne was told that his silence might mean death. "VcrV well." he said. "I will submit to It, but I am Innocent" With thnt splendid ability which has made bin fame Maltro Robert took ad vantage of the incident and tried to show that It brought out In noble re lief his client's character, for only heroic nntures could remain silent for moral reawms In face of such a dan ger. The eminent advocate, however, only succeeded In assuring those who wero already nsSured of Darzac's Inno cence. At the adjournment Itoulcta bllle had not yet arrived. Cvery time a door opened all eyes there turned to ward It and back to the manager of the Epoquc, who sat impassive In his place. When he once was feeling In his pocket n loud murmur of expecta tion followed. The letter! When the trial was-resumed .Maltre Henri Robert questioned Daddy Ma thicu as to bis complicity In the death 1 of the keeper. HIh wife was also j brought In and was confronted by her husband. She burst Into tears and confessed thnt she had been the keep er's sweetheart and that her bnsband J had suspected it She again, how ever, aflirmed that he had had nothing to do with the murder of her lover. Maltre Henri Robert thereupon asked the court to hear Frederic Larsan on this point "In a short conversation which I have bad with Frederic Larsan dur ing the adjournment," declared the ad vocate, "he has made me understand that the death of the keener may have been brought about otherwise than by tho hand of Mathieu. It will be In teresting to hear Frederic Larsan'a theory." Frederic Larsan was brought In: Ills explanation was quite clear. "I tee uo necessity," he said, "for bringing Mathieu In this. I have told M. dc Marquct that the man's threats had biased the examining magistrate against him. To me the attempt to murder mademoiselle and the death of the keeper are the work of one and the same person. Mile. Stangcrson's assailant, flying through the court, was fired on. It was thought he was struck, perhaps killed. As n matter of fact, he only stumbled nt the mo ment of bis disappearance behind the corner of the right wing of the cha teau. There he encountered the keep er, who no doubt tried to seize him. The murderer had in bis hnnd the knife with whlch'bc had stabbed Mile. Stangcrsnn. and with this he killed the keeper." This very simple explanation ap peared at once plnuslblo nnd satisfying. A murmur of approbation wus heard. "And the murderer? What became of him?" nsked the president. "no was evidently hidden in an obscure corner nt the end of tho court After the people had left the court, carrying with them the body of the keeper, the murderer quietly made his escape." The words had scarcely left Lar son's mouth when from the back of the court came a youthful voice: "I ngree wlfh Frederic Larsan as to the death of the keeper, but I do not agree with him ns to the wny the mur derer escaped!" Lverybody turned around, astonish ed. The clerks of the court sprang tit ward the speaker, calling for silence, nnd the president angrily ordered the Intruder to be Immediately expelled. The same clear voice, however, was again heard: "It ls I, M. President Joseph Roulc tabllle!" (T be continued.) For health and napptness DeWitt's Littlo Early Risers small, gentle, easy, pleasant little liver puis, the beat made. Bold by Palace Pharmacy and United Drug Co. The Silver Belt does job printing. WuktSM vti ' ' Ittjifljiw wunee i Quality clean perfect I H Your grocer will grind it I better if ground at home not I too fine.. 4 EVERYBODY Watch this space for Important Announcement 'Mil It will interest YOU Iris Theater !VAUDEVILLE Starting all :: 7:30 Moving Pictures IN THE SHENONDOAH VALLEY A wonderful war picture. THE BARRTNGTONS In a new comedy act Illustrated Song by E. R. Keith NEATH THE OLD GRAPE ABBOil SHADE. BOBBY HAGAN & COMPANY In the screaming comedy MR. AKjl MRS. BROWN. 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