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.i v U '.. ftf 7 .. j ' 4 Tt .'' ' Page Six DAKiY AMBONi, SKmt MM ,'iJ. v J v at t 7. If 11 j- W K- ;- A t J I i? GLOBE LIVERY STABLES 441 N. BROAD Saddle Horses and Bigs (or Prospoctora s McBrooin & Oo. Phone 1221 FREE BATHS licKevitt House 656 N. BROAD Rooms $2.50 a week, up. Boda 25c and up. Pioneer Saloon Wnicich & Pavlovich, Props. FINE WINED, LIQUORS AND OIGABS Box 992. No. 679 N. Broad Exclusive Ladles' Fnc nlaiiteg Store. Swellest goods In town. Doiph Btatz k Co. 688 N. Broad, Phone 1781. H. C. Hopkins Mining Engineer XJ. 8. Dep. Min. Surveyor Boom 16, 01obe Office Bldg. TONIGHT TiLMr PICTURES Cameraphonc Theater. Public Carriage At All Hours. Open or Olosed Bubbor-tlred Hack PHONE 171 or 561. STRANGERS HOME RES TAURANT We invite Your Patronage Day and Night Service. Billy Cunningham, Prop. Globe Real Estate Office 214 N. ftrwid OonuapMdtaM Solicited, fMl BAJMA2MB Watch ear eJwrttooaimt Ob EOttecial e. T. L. Toombs, Manager PHONB 1101 The St. Elmo SYDNOR & STEAENS, Prop. Tho finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 474 (NORTH BROAD ST, Los Angeles Cafe 552 Of. BROAD Good Meals Bftst Service Seasonable Deticaeiefl Private Roeau for Ladies HONG LOEY, Prop. Mountain View HOUSE We would be pleated to seo our old patrons. Good table, homo cooking. Mr. & Mrs. E. L. Edmonson Lantin House 1150 W. Push St Phone 1952 Nicely Furnished Rooms Baths in Connection Mrs. A. J. Leonard, - Prop. DeLacy House 391 N. Broad Nicely Furnished Booms Over Roosevelt Stage Office v.. ' DeLacy, Prop. Champion Saloon SPARKLING COOL BEER . RUBE EGNER, Prop. 376 N. Broad St The Newport First-Clnss Barber Shop L. S. HOEYE, Prop. 440 N. Broad. Best Baths Always Ready. RYAN & CO. Druggists and SUtleners Offlco Supplies, Sporttag, Goods, Phonographs, and Booords. 6 NORTH BKOAD MIAMI STAGE UNE-J. L. SPOON, Prop. Stage leaves from Shute's Livery Stable Time schedule: Leave Globe daily at 8:15 a. b. Leave Globe dally at 2:15 9. m. Leave Miami daily at 10:15 a. m. Leave Miami daily at 4:45 p. m. Telephone Numbers: Globe, 731; Miami, 1553. EIRs Restaurant DAT AND NIGHT Best Meals Best Service Balkan Sato ' Popular Retart far Gesmtlemea N. BROAD ST. Liach CMiiter ffAA A0 fsMMMsalMal Next Deer to Geary Ldaad W. H. MABBB, Tact Frank Hock PRACTICAL TAILOR N. Broad New woolens for fall and winter suits. Our steam and dry cleaning makes old gar ments look like new, hats blocked. O. R. FEIST THE Jeweler Watch Repairing and Hand Engraving A SPECIALTY N. Broad- St Books, Stationery & Office Supplies G. S.VanWagenen & Co. POST OFFICE BLDG. Directory of Globe Lodges KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Knights of Pythias, Pinal Mt. Lodge No. 11 Meets every Tbersday evoning in Odd Fellows Hall. L. E. Wightman, C. C; J. G. Rus sell, K. of It. and S. PYTHIAN SISTERS Monroe Temple, No. 4 Meets first and third Mondays at Odd Fel lows hull. Janie Wightman, M. E. C. ROYAL ARCH MASONS Globe Chapter No. 7, R. A. M. Moots third Tuesday at Odd Fel lows hall. )u G. Moyers, II. P.; P. B. Lady, secretary. MASONIC White Mountain Lodge No. 3, F. & A, M. Meets first Tuesday, Odd Fellows hall. W. A. Smith, W. M.; C. T. Martin, secretary. Order of Eastern Star Moots second and fourth Tuesdays, Odd Fel lows hall. Mrs. J. P. Bosch, worthy matron; Mrs. A. W. Sydnor, Secretary. ODD FELLOWS Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Gila Encampment N'o. 3 Meets second and fourth Fridays, Odd Fellows hall. John Mitchell, chief patriarch; C. A. Wind, scribe. Rescue Lodge, No. 12, I. 0. O. F. Meets every Wednesday, Odd Fol lows hall. A. II. Ilargrave, noble grand; II. C. Uouser, financial secretary. Rebekah Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., Sultana Lodge No. 5 Meets second and fourth Mondays, Odd Fellow hall. Miss Kuima Itnge, N. 0.; Mrs. May Plunkett, secretary. ELKS Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Globe Lodge No. 4S9 Meets first and third Fridays, Odd Fellows hall. Harry Rupkey, E. R.; J. G. OUfield, secretary. EAGLES Fraternal Order of Eagles, Globe Aorio No. 191 Meets second and fourth Fridays, Minors' Union hall, 7:30 p. m. M. Lyonn,. Worthy President; S. It. Lowthian, secretary. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Knights of Columbus. Globe Council No. 1158 Meets first, ami third Fridays in Miners' Union hall. Albert A. Altwies, G". K.; Will iam Burke, financial secretary. ' BEDMEN Improved Order of Redincn, Touto Tribo No. 13 Meets Saturday night of each week at 7:30 o'cloek, Minors' Union hall. C. D. Koyle, sacbem; G. II. Abel, C. of It. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Modern Woodmen of America Globe Camp No. 12019 Meets second and fourth Thursdays, 7:30 p. m., Miners' Union hall. Harry C. 1 Huuser, consul; Laurie II. Brown, secretary. - ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN Globe Lodge No. 15, A. 0. U. W. Meets at Minors' Union hall first and third Thursday each month. W. T. Penrose, M. W.; L. N. Marx, Recorder; F. L. Gates, Financier. f Wm. Mill WKtiams We undersell any stare ia Globe Order y Phone Pay at Your Door Phone 121 OUR NAME "The Globe Jewelry Co." IS OUR Guarantee 340 N. Broad Phone 2061 GIBSON Copper Co. STAGE LINE Leaves Globo 8 a. tn. Returns to Globe 6 p. m. Victor, Edison and Colvmbia Talking Machines and Rec ords at Wightman's Globe's Music Store O. K. Stables Livery, Feed, Sale Stago Stand for Gibson Cor. Cedar and Railroad Sta. W. P. KELSEY, Prop. Phone 481 Eagle Restaurant 445 N. BROAD Good Meals Best Service ' Seasonable Delicacies Prlvato Rooms for Ladies GIN & CO., Props. FIRST NATIONAL IANK GLOBE Capital, Surplus and Shareholders' Liability $310,000 THE Bank Exchange BANDERS BROS. 454 N. Broad Phase 471 Globe's Leading Home Furnishers Keef'an's "THATS ALL" 290 N. Bros Phone 111 SHUTE'S LIVERY STABLE 685 N. Broad Phone 731 Best Rigs, Prompt Service SADDLE HORSES GEO. E. SHUTE, Proprietor Alfred Benjamin Suits & Overcoats REGAL SHOES AT LANTIN'S SCHLITZ "that made Milwaukee fa mous," ' SCHLITZ that makes all men akin; We call for SCHLITZ and who can blame us We drink and call for SCHLITZ again. Budweiser Supplies Force, Energy Vitality Call for ItJWhen Ton OrdeT1 "THE PACIFIC" 480 N. BROAD Jack Martin, Prop. Samuel 'a 80 Year Stock Anheuser-Busch Beer The Mystery of the Yellow Room ' By GASTON LEROUX CHAPTER. XXVI. In Which Joseph Rouletabillc Ap pear! In All His Glory. Sam Kee General Merchandise 460 N. Broad Phone 361 ARIZON STEAM LAUNDRY & TOWEL SUPPLY CO. One Day Work a Specialty 750 N. Bread Phone 461 Tony Faust Beer Cedar Brook Whiskey at THE PARLOR M. B. Monahan Singer Machines Sold, Rented, Exchanged Fixtures and Supplies 371 N. BROAD L. Hunsaker, Manager FAMOUS Cedar Brook Whiskey Always In stock. O.l.MUNN.CasihoSaloon N. BROAD ST., GLOBE. ' JMJy-M4. L -pslHE excitement was extreme. I I Cries from fainting women I I were to bp heard nmld tho or- ' trnordlnary bustle and stir. The "majesty of tho law" was. utterly forgotten. The president tried In vain to make himself heard. Roulctabllle inado his way forward with dlfllculty, but by dint of much elbowing reached his manager nud greeted bhu cordial ly. He was dressed exactly as on the day ho left me, even to the ulster over his nrui. Turning to the president, he said: "I beg your pardon, M. President, but I have only Just nrrlved from America. The steamer was late. My name is Joseph Roulctabllle!" Tho silence which followed his step ping Into the witness box was broken by laughter when his words were heard. Everybody seemed relieved and glad to and him there, as If In the expectation of hearing the truth at last. But the president was extremely in censed. "So you are Joseph Rouletabillc?" he replied. "Well,, young man, I'll teach you vrbat comes of making :i farce of Justice. By vlrtuo of my dis cretionary power 1 hold you at the courts t'lsposltlon. Take him away!" Maltre Henri Robert Intervened. He began by apologizing f3r the young man. who. he sold, was moved only by tb best lntontlnns. lie made the isres ldcnt understand tnnt tno uviuetice oi a witness who had slept at tho dan dier during the whole of that event ful week could not be omitted, and tho present witness, moreover, had come to nnmo the real murderer. "Are you going to tell us who the murderer wns?" asked tho president, somewhat convinced, though still skep tical. "I have come for thnt purpose, M. President:" replied Rouletnblllc. An attempt at applause was silenced by the usher. "Joseph Itonlctnblllc." said Mnltre nenrt Robert, "has not been regularly subpoenaed as a witness, but I hope, M. President, you will examlno him in virtue of your discretionary powers." A pin drop coud have been beard. Rouletabillc stood silent, looking sym pathetically at Darznc. who for the first time since the opening of the trial showed himself agitated. "Well," cried the president! "we wait for the name of the murderer." Roulctublllc. feeling In his waistcoat pocket, drew his watch and, looking nt It, said: "!. President. I ennnbt nnmo the murderer before half past C o'clock!" Loud murmurs of disappointment filled the room. Some of the lawyers were heard to say, "He's making fun of us!" The president In a stern voice said: "This Joke has gone far enough. You may retire, monsieur, Into the wit nesses' room. 1 hold you nt our disposition." Rouletabillc protested. "I assure you. M. President," he cried In his sharp, clear voice, "that when I do name the murderer you will understand why I could not speak be fore half past 0. I assert this on my honor. I can. however, give you now some cxplanntlon of the murder of the keeper. M. Frederic Lnrsan, who has seen me nt work nt the Glundlcr. can tell you with what cure 1 studied this case. 1 found myself compelled to dif fer with him in arresting M. Robert Darznc, who Is Innocent. XL Larsan, knows of my good faith and knows that some Importance may be attached to my discoveries, which have often corroborated his own." Frederic Lnrsan said: ' "M. President. It will be Interesting to hear M. Joseph Itoulctablllc. espe cially us he differs from me. We np,ree that the murderer of the keeper was the assailant of Mile. Staugerson; but as we nre not agreed as to how i!e murderer escaped I am curious to heaT M. Uouletubllle's explanation." "1 have no doubt you nre," said my friend. General laughter followed this re mark. The president angrily declared that If It wris repeated lie would have the court cleared. "Now, young man," said the presi dent, "you have heard M. Frederic Lnrsan. How did the murderer get nwny from the court?" Roulctabllle looked at Mine. Mathleu, who smiled back at him sadly. "Since Mine. Mathleu," lie said, "has freely admitted her affair with the keeper" "Why. It's the boyl" exclaimed Dad dy Mathleu. , "Remove that man!" qrilered tho president. Mathleu was removed from the court. Roulctabllle went on: "Since she has made this confession 1 am free to tell you that she often met the keeper nt night on the first floor of the donjon in tho room which was once an oratory, Mme. Mathleu came to the chateau that night en veloped in a large 'black shawl, which served also as u disguise. This was tho phuntom that disturbed Daddy Jacques. She knew how to imitate the mewing of Mother Angenoux's cat, and she would make the cries to ad vise tho keeper of her presence. "Previous to the tragedy In the court, Mme. Mathleu and the keener left. the. Uonjou together. I learned tnese facts' from mv examination of the footmarks rln the court the next morning. Bcr- uler, the concierge, whom I had sta tioned behind the donjon as ho will explain himself could not see what passed in the court. He did not reach tho court until he heard the revolver shots, and then he fired. When tho woman parted from the man she went toward the open gate of the court, while he returned to bis room. "ne bad almost renched tbo door when the revolvers rang out. Ho had Just reachod the corner when a shad ow bounded by. Meanwhile Mine. Mathleu, surprised by the revolver shots and by the Putrnnce of people Into the court, crouched In the dark ness. The court is a lurge one. and, being near the gate, she might easily have passed out unseen. But she re mained and saw the body being car ried nwny. In great agony of mind she nenred the vestibule and saw the dead body of her. lover on the stairs lit up by Daddy Jacques' lantern. Sho then fled, and Daddy Jacques Joined her. "Thnt same night before the mur der Daddy Jacques had been awak ened by the cat's cry and, looking through his window, had seen tho black phautom. nastily dressing him self, be went out and recognized her. He Is an old friend of Mme. Mathleu, and when she saw him she begged his assistance. Daddy Jacques took pity on her and accompanied her through tho oak grove out of the park, past the border of the lake to the road to Epinay. From there it was but a very short distance to her home. "Daddy Jacques returned to the cha teau, and, seeing how Important It was for Mme. Mnthleu's presenco at the chateau to remain unknown, he had done all he could to hide it. I appeal to M. Larsan, who saw me next morn ing, examine the two sets of foot prints." Here Rouletablllo, turning toward Mme. Mathleu. with n bow, said: "The footprints of maritime lar a strange resemblance to the neat foot prints of the murderer." Mme. Mathleu trembled nt.d looked nt him with wide eyes as In wonder nt what he would sny next. "Madame has n shapely foot, long and rather Inrgc for a woniau. The imprint, with its pointed toe, is very like that of the murderer's." A movement in the court was re pressed, by Roulctabllle. He held their attention dt once. "I hasten to add." he went on, "that I attach no Importance to this. Out ward signs like these nre often liable to lead us Into error If we da not rea son rightly. M. Robert Dnrzac's foot prints arc -also like the murderer's, and yet he is not the murderer!" The president, turning to Mine. Ma thleu. asked: "Is that lu accordance with what you know occurred?" "Yes, M. President," she replied; "it Is ns if M. Kouletnbille had been be hind us." "Did you sec the murderer running townrd tho end of the right wing?" "Yes, as clearly ns I saw them after ward carrying the keeper's liody." "What became of the murderer? Yon were In the coiyt nnd could easily have seen?" "I saw nothing of him. M. President. It became quite dark Just then." Then M. Rouletabillc." said the president, "must explain how the mur derer made bis escape." Rouletnbllle continued: "It was Impossible for the murderer to escape, by the way he had entered the courc wit bout our seeing him. or If vfe couldn't see hlni we must certainly have felt him, since the court Is n very narrow one, Inclosed in high Iron rail ings." "Then if the man was hemmed in that narrow square how is it you did not flnd"blm? I have been asking you mat for ths last half hour." "M. President," replied Roulctabllle, "I cannot nnswer that question before halZ'past G!" The president had certainly been Im pressed by Roulctablllc's explanation of Mme. Mathleu's part "Well. M. noulctabille." he said, "as you say. But don't let us seo any more of you before half past C." Roulctabllle bowed to the president nnd made Ills way to tho door of the witness room. I quietly made my way through tho crowd nnd left the court almost at tho samcjtlme ns Rouletnblllc. IIo greeted mo heartily and looked happy. "I'll not nsk you. my dear fellow," I said, smiling, "what you've been doing In America, because I've no doubt you'll sny you can't tell me until after half past 0." "No, my dear Snlnclnlr. I'll tell you right now why I went to America. I went in search of the name of the oth er half of the murderer!" "The name of the other half?" "HKactly! When we last left the Gland Icr I knew there were two halves to tho murderer and tho name of only one of them. I went to Amer ica for the name of the other half." I was too puzzled to nnswer. Jnst then we entered the witness room, and Rouletnbllle was Immediately sur rounded. He showed himself very friendly to nil except Arthur Ranee, to whom he exhibited a marked cold noss of manner. Frederic Larsan 'Silver Belt wants your job printing. came In also. Ronletabllle went pp nnd shook him heartily by the hand His manner toward the detective showed thnt he had got the better of the policeman. Larsan mulled and asked hlin what lie bud bcdi doing in America. Koulctabllle began by tell ing him some anecdotes of bis voyage. They then turned aside together, ap parently with the object of speaking confidentially On the stroke of half past G Joseph Roulctabllle was again brought in. It Is Impossible for me to picture the tense excitement which appeared on every face ns be made his way to the bar." Dnrzttc rose to his feet, frightful ly pale,. The president, addressing Roulcta bllle, nld gravely: "I will mi' ask you to take the oath, because yti have not been regularly summoned, but I trust there Is uo ueed to urge upon you the gravity of the statement you are about to make." itoiiletsilillJe looked the president quite liihnly and steadily in the face and replied: "Yes. tnuLfcleur." "At .tour Inst appearance here," said the presldeut, "we had arrived nt the point where you were to tell us how the murderer cM;nped and nlso his, nunie. Now. M. Itoulctablllc, we await your explanation." "Very well, monsieur." began my friend amidst u profound silence. "I had explained how It wns Impossible for the murderer to get away without being hecii, And yet he was there with us lu the court." "And you did not see him? At least that Is what the prosecution declares." "No! We all of us saw him, M. le President " cried Rouletablllo. "Then why was be not arrested?" "Because no one besides myself knew that he was the murderer. It would have spoiled my plans to have had him arrested, and I had then no proof other than my own reasoning, I was convinced we had the murderer before us and that we were actually looking at him. I have now brought what I consider the Indisputable proof." "Speak out. monsieur. Tell us the murderer's name" "You wiil find it on the list ol asniea present tn the court on tSt'tx the tragedy," replied Rouletabln The people present In tho con began showing impatience. SjJI lucm, cini luitcu iui iuu nan, I were uuencru oy ine usner. "The list includes Daddy w Bernler, the concierge, and Mr xJ iiance," sniu tne president "n, accuse any or inesc t ' "No. monsieur!" "Then I do not understand whlt . " . I .. "" v. person at me cnu 01 111c court" "Yes, monsieur, there was noty enu, nut noove tne court who, leaning out 01 tne window" "Do you mean Frederic Larsan! ciuimeu tne president. "Yes, Frederic Larsan!" replied pj jnblllt In a ringing tone. pj Larson Is the murderer!" The courtroom became IromMi filled with loud and Indignant prcJ So astonished wns he that the 1 denf did not nttempt to quiet h quick silence which followed wJ ai'u uj luc uiiiiuviij Miape rtu J from the lips of Robert Danur "It's Impossible! He's mad' "You dare to accuse Fredert u monsieur?" asked the president j you are not nind, wnat ar J proofs?" "Proofs, monsieur? Do -.ou proofs? Well, here is one," cnl Enj tabllle slirllly. 'Tx!t Frederj. fcJ be called!' "Usher, call Frederic Larsan ' The usher hurried to the mit( opened It and disappeared Thi remained open, while all eyes tc expectantly townrd It. The ekrtj apjieared and. stepping forward, 1 "M. President, Frederic Ijirsul not here. He left at ubout 4 o'ct and has not been seen since " "That Is my proof!" cried It;J blllc triumphantly. "Explain yourself," demanded 1 president, "iiy proof is LarsAn's flight," the young reporter. "He will notcJ back. You ivill see no more of eric Larsan." "Unless you are playing nuhj court, monsieur, why did you not! cusc him when he was present? would tlmn have answered you. (To be continued.) Today's Suggestion by Ellen Stai s BLOUSE FOR DRESSY WEAR. 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