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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1909.
A Statement ' the Committee of
The RernMi.an yesterday pr n ed a
Moment that .ho .Industna Liberty
bard would t,ko c, WW of the cele
bration in Phoenix t Vr. of .Mex
ican independence. That announce
ment called out yos.e. ' '"I1;
Ing statement of the c. .remittee of the
junta Patriotic which .1 as chaw j ac
cording to custom of the- celebration
It is the custom hen s ' celebration
of the 16th of Seprirbr. f Ine In
dependence of Mexico, is . 1"rB to he
held, to call the SfMivwl. i-American
colony together and hohi ieetinB for
that purpose, elect a t o. off.cers:
President, vice president, .secretary,
treasurer, and a board of Hrectors.
and out of the board of direct -s name
the different committees w. icn
conjunction with the preside- . v,ce
president. secretary, and tra. mrer.
will have charge oi me ecu-.
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The members of the commrttee in
charge two years ago, were the fol
lowing: Julio Parra. president; Vic
tor Sanchez,- vice president; Teodoro
Olea, secretary; R. A. Rernal. treas
urer: J. M. Melendrez, Carlos Miranda,
Valente Lorona, James T. Murphy,
Kfren Oonzales. Ramon Perez. J. M
Lugo, directors. Each member of the
committee in charge, contributed true
sum of $5 in actual cash towards the
The'llth of September celebration,
like the fourth of July, is in remei n
brance of our independence day, a nd
every cent that is collected from cif
ferent sources from the merchants : ind
from the Spanish-American reside nts,
is for the puVpose of defraying the ex
penses of the said celebration, to- lt:
For bands of music, orchestra, pro
grams, fire works, premiums, recep
tions, carriages, hall rent, flags, ami
buntings. And it is not for the bf mefit
of any party, or parties, or mei nhers
of the committee in change of th c cel
ebration, the committee in chaf;e of
the celebration after paying t' ie ex
penses of the celebration, if t'nere is
any funds left, turn the same over to
Uie treasurer. All committees are in
structed to report to the ne:;t Junta
Patriotica elected 1 year henr.
The committee of last year: celebra-
Limit of September 8th. Extension to September 17 on Payment of 50c
The "Summer Widowers' Special" Leaves Phoenix at 3 P. M.
tion, saw In The Republican of this
morning, that the Industrial Liberty
band, was going to celebrate the 15th
and lfith of September, independence
of Mexico, in this city, this year, and
that because of a misunderstanding
between the committee on celebration,
the celebration would not take place
this year. There is no misunderstand
ing of the committee that had in
charge the celebration two years ago.
the only thing is that they have not
held any meeting, and the time is too
short. If the Industrial Liberty band,
is trying to celebrate the 15th and ltith
of September, independence of Mex
ico, they are doing it to benefit the
band as a private corporation and not
for any patriotism whatever.
Two years ago the Industrial Lib
erty band, would not play In the cele
bration unless they were guaranteed
tlSO, (one hundred and eighty dollars)
and that was ISO more than they ever
charged before, all being Mexicans
not one of them contributed anything
towards the. celebration, with excep
tion of R. A. Bernal who contributed
$5 and Trenidad Arvizu Jl.
COMMITTEE OF CELEBRATION OF
THE YEAR 1307.
FOUND DEAD ALONE
G. I SMITH GUNSMITH
Inquest Reveals Death Had Resulted
From Natural Cause.
George A. Smith, a gunsmith and
the proprietor of a bicycle repair shop
at 19 South Second street, was found
dead in his shop early yesterday
morning. The body was found by S.
Acuna. a tailor whose shop adjoins
the gunsmith shop. Acting Coroner
Parker was notified and an inquest
was held, the jury finding that death
had resulted from natural causes; that
is, it had not been the result 'of
It was brought out that the dead
man had been drinking hard for sev
eral da:s and Acuna said he saw him
as late as 1" o'clock the night before
and he was then, deeply under the in
fluence of liquor. When found, he lay
on the floor. There was a contusion on
the side of the head from which there
had been a profuse flow of blood. In
his pockets were found two handker
chiefs, both blood stained. It was sur
mised that he had fallen and had him
self wiped the blood from the wound
and had put the handkerchief back
into his pocket.
He had on his person $17.65 and also
a letter or notice of dispossession of tho
rooms, which he held from E. Pa.scoo
& Co. One of the rooms had been
sublet by him to Acuna.
Not a great deal was known of the
dead man. It was learned that he was
a native of Nev York and that he was
57 years of age. He has a wife and
daughter, who left about two months
ago for the east, but after his death
it was found that they had stopped in
Prescott. The authorities soon suc
ceeded in opening communications with
them and it is thought that they will
arrive in town today.
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