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IN THE REPUBLICAN'S AUTOMOBILE, GOLD AND TRIP CONTEST
The list published below contains the nominations with the votes credited up to 3 p. m. Tuesday, January 16. Many new entrants bid fair to be among the district leaders on the next count of
the ballots. The contest is just starting and there is always room at the top. Get in now and win an automobile, money or a trip.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 17, 1912.
DISTRICT NO. 1
The City of Phoenix.
DISTRICT NO. 2.
All Maricopa County Outside of Phoenix
.Miss Georgia Ivy. tidl S. Gth Ave
Mrs. K. C. Bond. 77(1 K. Pierce St
Kay Ballinger. 1K) So. 1st Ave
Scott Treimiine, C3I X. dh Ave
Miss Loath Lindsoy. S09 V. Madison St
Ivan Wiburg. W. Jefferson
Harry Casslily. Y. M. C. A
Lily White, 22ml Ave. ami Van Huron St
John Boilly. o24 So. Center St '.
George Luhrs, Jr.. Commercial Hotel
Walter George. 2S No. 10th Ave
Miss Concha Soto. 002 Xo. 2ml St
Win. Corpenstein, H7 So. Contial Ave.
Miss Berniee Johnson. 74'J E. Pierce St
Miss Josephine M. Day. Woodford Hotel ...
Miss Hattie E. Fleming; Woodford Hotel ...
Miss Eunice Kilpatriek. 1124 So. 1st Ave. ...
Miss Bernice G. Stewart,
Mrs. Grace Wolfe. Phoenix
Miss Stella Denanato, 221 E. Poll; St. ..
Miss Louisa Geyler. S20 So. 3rd Ave. ...
Miss Marjorie Grant. The Annex
Mis's Edith Thompson. S30 Xo. 2nd Ave.
Miss Lena Meehan, 720 X. uth St
Miss Lou Maria r, 200 Xo. 5th Ave. ....
J. P. Sellers. 900 W. Adams St
W. K. Bond. Y. M. C. A
Boy Bixby, Phoenix '.
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THE REPUBLICAN'S OFFER IS THE CHANCE OF A
LIFE TIME FOR THE AMBITIOUS PEOPLE OF ARI
ZONA. GET IN AND WIN. YOU CANNOT LOSE.
Mrs. J. T. Utter. K. E. I
Miss Leah Bennett. (Herniate
Lloyd Stevenson, Tciiik'
Miss Estelle Craig. Tempo; Ariz.
Miss Sarah Kay Porter. Mesa
Miss .Martha Casey, Christy Boad
Joe Odell, Tempo. Ariz
Miss Lucy M. Brooks, It. F. D. 1
Ira Pitts. Glendale
Irene Xohle, Mesa
Fannie Brooks. B. F. IX 3
Brawley. B. F. IX 3
Cosner, Tempo. Arizona ....
Hughes, Tempo. Arizona .
Lloyd Stevenson. Tempo. Arizona
Sidney Moeur, Tempo, Arizona ..
Gussie Miller. Tempo. Arizona ....
.las. A. Blakley, Tempo. Arizona
Gussio Harris, Tempo
Lily Morrell, Osborn
Goldie Sapp. B. F. IX
W. T. Sooter. B. F. D.
James Dowoll, Wilson
Maggie Doyle. B. F. D. Xo.
Mildred Manley. Tempo ..
Bobort Holly. B. F. IX Xo. 4
Miss Gertrude Morris, B. F. IX
S. Whitfield, McDowell Boad
Lula Pendorgast, Ormu ...
Gladys Kohl. Isaac
Marie Stewart, Tempo ....
Alice Mosior. Cartwright ..
Cora Sutter. B. F. D. Xo. I
Lily Jones. B. F. D. Xo. !
Sophie Bra tie. B. F. IX Xo. 4
Adelina Mosllns. B. F. IX Xo,
Lily Siervogel, B. F. D. Xo.
Clayton Latham. Xorth Center St.
Miss Grace Brizzoe, Mesa, Ariz...
DISTRICT NO. 3
All of Arizona Except Maricopa County
Miss Olive Nichols. Harden. Arizona " ISmo
-Miss Adeline Celaya. Box 7S, Yuma. Arizona 230
Miss Clara A. Huberts. Parker, Arizona KRtM
Miss Georgia Eaton, Kelvin. Arizona
Miss Ellen Foley. Ash Fork, Arizona 500
Miss Delia Owens, Safford. Arizona 500
John Flanigan, Ilolbrook, Arizona 300
John Do Witt, Ilolbrook, Arizona 500
Lee Binehor, Ilolbrook. Arizona
James Scorse. Ilolbrook, Arizona
Moss. Ilolbrook, Arizona
Kate Matthews. Ilolbrook. Arbtona
Namoa Halo. Ilolbrook, Arizona i 500
Anna Dye. Winslow. Arizona . 5(H
Flora Wilson. Winslow, Arizona 500
Daze. Winslow. Arizona SM
Dove Sturgos, Peoria, Arizona ". 50
Hattie Bryan, Peoria. Arizona 30
Elsie Curtis, Pima. Arizona 500
Pearl Emerson. Pima. Arizona 5&0
Edna Ledwich. Pima. Arizona 500
Ethel Ferrin, Pima. Arizona 508
Elliott, Pima. Arizona
Lawrence Holladay, Pima. Arizona
.Miss Zola Webb, Pima, Arizona
Miss Fannie Allen, Pima. Arizona
Miss Annie Nuttale. Pima, Arizona
Boy Pemberton, Boosevelt. Arizona
Miss Muriel Engasscr. Bay, Arizonu ...
Miss Tylor Barbee. Winkleman. Arizona
Julius Bichards, Tucson, Arizona
GET AN EARLY START, FOR THE PRIZES ARE
MORE THAN WORTH THE CONSIDERATION OF ANY
PERSON, NO MATTER HOW SITUATED.
The following: Is the record
of realty transfers in the office
of the county recorder yester
day, as reported by the Arizona
Abstract & Title Co.. 134 West
Alfred L. Hawlcy and wife to Mor
rill Greene. died to west half of south
east quarter of south-east quarter, sec
tion 13, township 1 south, range C east.
Alfred L. Haw Uy and wife to liar.
..Id Greene, cord to cast half oi south
east quarter f south-east emar'or, sec-.
15, town -hip l south, range . ca-t
Martin Gold an J wife to J M Gohl,
t.iod lot 10. block 30. Phoenix
Julia B. Wiatt ard husband to Hen
ry W Chambers, deed to lots c and S,
block 1. Konsington Place.
UiArthur W. Byers and wife to Carl
H. Johnson, deed to lot 13, block 21,
Louis CuJier et al to J. S. Haslock.
died to half int. of lot 10, block 1, Vine
yard Place, Mesa.
Get into The Hepublican's Automo
bile, Gold and Tiip Contest.
f Brookln Dodgers will have a ik a
homo before the close of this e ar's ,
playing season. It will bo of -Ucl,
concrete and brick, will co.-t three
quarters of a million dollars and stat .
30,000 spectators. !
doubt try Bt-puhlican
doubt try Bcpuhlic.m
Clarke Griffith will take his Sena
tors to Charlottesville. Va.. for their
spring training, where lie will remain
until shortly before the opening of the
season. Clarke hopes to bring about
an epidemic of heart disease in the
national capital 1 winning a pennant
should Im- fp-l!fd from tin- organi-j
xatMii The ote of" every local union,
mi't ! h i "united for. and if we
i-.mii'.t have honest elections dissolu
tion Will follow.
it illicit lie
If deemed advisable
well to authorize the
With Every Ticket Sold at the Coliseum and
Empres Theaters Will Be Given a Coupon
Which With Ten Cents Will Admit Bearer to
AUTO AND COMMERCIAL
First and Van Buren Sts. For Wednesday
Night Only Don't Miss This $50,000 Auto
and Commercial Display
Board By Vote
of Two to One Decides
it is Without Authority
board t make a further investiga
M..p. from "a mysterious source"
i .s used iii .in effort to establish a
'rival org.it! z.itiou in western Penn- J
tsvlv.in i 'iiing the l.v-t i-.tr.- the
presei' ut ' 1 rid Though tl.t sites-
. fai d 'c rip' t'd iPfl'.it lit ' 1
. ii'i rf r. gitlirid fr n all
, - i 'J t ; - i T 'f t' ! d l.il 1 Htllllll
a suecc-ss. and the I'nited Mini' Work
ers ought to analyze in their own
minds and weigh well these circum
stances." The president's report says that the
machine is fast displacing the skilled
miner with the less experienced la-
presenting a. problem that
receive thoughtful considera-
Bpublioan Want - l'ho
wire' salesmen; alwys on tin
tl Ml of
organization," the report says,
not opposed to the intr-jduc-
l.ilor-sa ing machinery, must
pM firth tery effort to establish
ceiUit ibli difforntials for the nia'iiine
.'nil 1 1. -i. iSird to.il
Reliefes in 24 Hours (K)
Catarrh of the Bladder
Alt Drvcx ts
Ben-arc of Counterfeits
Behind the Re-
At ti meeting of the board engaged
in canvassing the returns of tin
elect ion of December 12. held ji stir
day in the office of the governor, it
was decided by a vote of two to one,
that tlie board had no authority t'
go behind the returns in considering I
the contests filed with it. These eon
tests were therefore dismissed and if '
taken up later it must bo tl, rough
There were three contests filed one
for superior judge In Xavajo count . .
one for district attorney in ("ocomwri (
county and one for treasurer in Santa
Cruz county. Allen T. Bird appcand
fur the i.nlest:illt in S'mil.i I Vnv.
county and Attorney O'Connor for'
the contestee. J. M. Jamison appear-,
ed for the Contestant in Xavajo coun-'
ty and all the principals were lithir
present or represented by counsel
At the request of the eaniissing
board Attorney General J. B. Wright!
and Attorney General-elect Bu'lard
also appeared before the board to
. t l.. .. l. l. r.,1. .
cxpounu me law .is iney saw u i lie i
hearing lasted for two hours and at '
the conclusion a vote was taken on a
resolution that the board had no jur-1
Isdictfon or authority to go behind
the returns. Chief Justice Kent and
Governor Slo.au voted in the affirma
tive and Territorial Secretar Voting,
voted in the negative.
The nuestiein hinged on tin mean
ing of the word "determine" both in
the constitution and in the election
onlinance. In the statutes under
which former elections liavt been
canvassed the board is instructed to
canvass anil "declare" the result,
while in the new law it is canvass
and "determine" On the use of that'
worel it was contended the board had.
jurisdiction to inquire into the vote
PRESIDENT OF MINE
WORKERS CHARGES FRAUD
(Continued from Page One.)
ligation, and the matter was presented
to the international executive board
The officers of elistriet 12 appeared
and presented their case and the
board instructed the president to ap
point a committee of three to make
an investigation and report. The pro
ceedings were taken verbatim and
published in the United Mine Work
"The investigation of the commit
tee revealed that the forty-nine local
.unions referred to cast 11.3.H otes
for president, of which John P. White I
received 10.5:11 and T. L. Lewis 820,
or it muporiiy lor wnie oi ;,(ii.
"Indications are that the vote of
other large local unions in various
sections of the country was interfered
with and money used to influence the
e-lection. This is indeed a deplorable
.state of affairs, and those who will
resort to such corrupt practice and
whose connection therewith can be
proven without any epilation of d.tiibl
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