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fHE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1912.
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Proclamation Calling the Ex
tra Session Suggests
Passage of Many
ELECTION LAW FIRST
The complete text of Gov. mot J
Hilars proclamation culling tho ex I
Ha session of the legislature which
Jipened yestt-nlatf follows: I
"J mo l.overnor or the State of Ari
zona a Proclamation.
Wherfa, the regular session of ilm
nrat legislature or tho state or Ari
zona, as limited by the c-aiiHtliiiti.ui,
wiis insufficient for tin- car-hil con
sideration and final (Mcimlnsttun of
jnanv subjects of legislation of iltal
-iiuriancc to tno people, thereby
(Musing the railure to enact l.uo law
ssevrsl mandates placed upor. the
legislature lj thn constitutional oi.
orition. the subjects of which teals
ntion and constitutional m.-uiiinies
arc herein specified.
Nc. th"rero-i, . lioorjjp
!: l.. governor oi .he state of ri
tuna, do hereby atii l.j vir. i of th.
l' er one authoiil..- j me e? .., t,v
- the constitution, roh-.nc :lt first
lei,!., atun- of tin? mc :i A-i'onn in
tj-eclal .sess.ru t Phoenix. rizona.
I'K- rajjital o4 a..: raio. at in oc!ok
Un. on Til. ri-y. May 23. .. I).
il'li, for tile llHPKIVi if mr I, .......
cfolatlon or- th.. f'm'nj: vb;cUs-
Knactin.; n j.meral elect: 1 la.v,
ad provid.ns for a general election
Ji election of i . -Kent aim vice
itueni a".. r.-r.- r-ntatl. j in cou
, .icss, anu o- s: tnte. coum
- S. Enacting ? c" cct prlmar lec-i:'.-n
law, vi :cii sh.ill provide for tho
nomination u. candidates for al elec
tivt state, coun j md city ofllc.v. In
.iii.ilns canJdu:. n :,- Unlr-d States
rmator and Ur rtiircsentuti.w In
S Enaetln i" tration and c-.er
IJW, to sccu. t'ic ;..Tit of e:--c I ;..:.:;
and guard yjuin-.t buse or t-: elcc
: At rranchUt, . i.-.viding fc kui
eral publicit, oc.,u and arte elec
tion of all ca-n-Kii contillimlitpj i--.
ard expendit r of oampaiKn commit
teei and candidate? ror public o!i--c
.l'rovit'in urces of re.erut
.01 the supjior. a.id maintainance oi
t -ao instltulio.it, ,!r.d departinut. e!
f. Providing i 'an for an am i:al
tax snBicient. with other sources or
rc-renue. to defray jrdinary expciisei
of the state, and pro.iding for levyiir
an oiinual tax suincient to iu'ih
ai.nual principal and intrest of the
0..- Providing for the funding ' ol
-thu -state indebtedness.
T. ProWding for the establUhment
and maintainance of a state purchas
ing department, and prescribing irs
powers and duties, and makia an
appropriation Tor the support and
maintainance or such purchasing de
partment. 5. Enacting a law providing for
the publication bj newspapers pub
lished in this htate of the name of
the owners, managers, officers and
persons financially interested in such
newspaper, and the names of the
owners or the stock and bonds of any
coiporatlon publishing a newspaper in
6. Providing for the removal of
the Industrial school from its present
location, and for the location there
of In a more suitable place, and for
the construction and improvement ot
buildings, lands And premises neces
sary therefor, and for the maintain-
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700 Magnificent Rooms
100 Rooms Toilet, Lavatory $2.00
100 Rooms with bath
200 Rooms with bath
100 Rooms with bath
100 Rooms with bath
100 Rooms with bath
Summer rates will be made
Special discount for parties by the week or month
We Will Buy You a Full Size
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and Woman that they are tha
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If we did not tno w that Make-Man Tab
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could we afford to give you a fnllsUc50c
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gent sick and nervous man asd woman.
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Mack, Robert W. Arehbald, Martin
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Garland and William H. Hunt.
WASHINGTON. D f.. Slav 2!!
(Special) Although the new Com
merce court has been In exi.stenco
hut a little more than a vear, it a.
icady races extinction at "the hands
or congress. The house or represent
atie has oted by a large majority
not to grant an appropriation ror t!w
court's maintenance ajiother year,
and in tho senate much opposition to
the new tribual has developed. In
both house and senate the fight
against tho court is being led "by
democrats and insurgent republicans
The organization or the new court
was due io the ract that the appeal:;
from the ruling of the Interstate Cim
merco commission lmil in u Mrrift-i
before tho supreme court. Owing to
me i-ruwiieu conuuion o: tne latter
court the final decisions were delayed
so long that the business of the mil
roads was seriously hampered. The
organization or the new court wis
strongly iRvorcrt by President Tan,
and when congress acted nivon liis
recommendation and created it, ho
appointed the rollowing judges to sit
In It: John r. Garland, or South Da
kota; Itobert W. Arehbald, of Penn
sylvania; Martin A. Knapp. or New
York; William Hunt, or Montana and
Julian W. Mack or Illinois.
Those who wish to abolish the new
ance and support or such institution,
and making such appropriation as
may be necessary.
10. Providing for tho regulation ot
rorcign and domestic cor)Krations.
11. Providing by generals laws,
ror the incorporation and organiza
tion or cities and towns, and fo.- the
classification of such cities and towns
in proportion to population.
12. The ratification of the proposed
amendment to the constitution or the
United States, providing ror direct
election or United States senators.
13. Tho adoption and submission
to the vote or the people or an amend
ment to section S or article IX or the
constitution, authorizing cities or
towns to contract indebtedness in ex
cess or nine per centunm of the tax
able property, for the purpose ot
supplying water, artificial light or
sewers, or works for storing, supply
ing or maintaining such water supply.
or ror supplying artificial light or
sewers, which are or shall be owned
or controlled by tho municipality.
14. Providing that cities now or
hereafter having a population of
more than 3,500 may rramo and adopt
charters ror their own government,
and to extend and define their jiowers.
13. Providing the powers, duties
and jurisdiction or justices or the
peace, and judges or juvenllo courts.
Ensuite" on which -special
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weak nerves and poor blood. Hake yonr
life different, be healthy, strongand happy
once more and take Make-Man Tablet's, A
free 50c box will convince you of their
splendid merit, the 50c box n yours free for
the asking if you will send the coupon be
lowtoday. Make-Man Taoiets are sold at 50c a box
at all drug stores on a guarantee or money
-Cut Out FREE 50c COUPON
MAKE-MAM TABLET CO.
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court complain that Its decisions have
been too favorable to tho railroads.
They point out that the court has
trequently reersed the findings ot
the Interstate -Commerce commis
slon;,and now that the Arehbald con
troversy has arisen some or the mora
radical opponents or the court, go so
rar as to charge that some or the
members of the tribunal are improp
erly influenced by the railroads.
President Tart is known to l
lfi. Making provision for the
speedy publications of the opinions
or the supreme court.
17. Enacting laws necessary to
facilitate the operation of the provls
Ions of article. IV, subdivision 1, arti
cle XXI and article VII or the const!
tution. including payment by tho pub
lic treasury or the reasonable special
campaign expenses or any officer
against whom a recall petition is
IS. Providing the manner in which
the receipts and expenditures o! the
public monies shall be published.
19. Enacting a workmen's compul
sory compensation law applicable to
workmen engaged In manual or me
chanical labor in such employments
as the legislature may determine to
be especially dangerous.
20. Enacting laws and adopting
rules prohibiting the practice or lob
bying on the Iloor or either house
or the legislature, and further regu
lating the practice of lobbying.
21. Enacting laws prohibiting the
employment or any person not a citi
zen or ward or the United States, or
who has not declared his intention
to become a citizen, upon, or la con
nection with, and state, county or
municipal works or employment.
2. Prescribing the duties and
powers or the state examiner, fixing
tho compensation or such stato ex
aminer, and making an appropriation
ror such compensation and ror th? ex
penses or the conduct or such office,
and providing for the examination of
banks and financial Institutions.
23. Providing for the Construction,
maintainance and improvement or
stato roads and bridges, the rormation
of special road districts, and enacting
general road legislation, including the
regulation or automobiles and other
21. Providing for tho care of blind
23. Providing by law ror the e'i
tabllshmcnt and maintainance or a"
legislative rercrence library, and raak
ing an appropriation therefor.
2C. Providing for the employment,
on the merit system, or lesisi.itim
clerks and employes, by a state officer
. 27. Making provision for the pay.
inent of the existing deficiency In thp
I state road fund, caused by the excess
ui cxpenuiture over Income during
( the preceding- fiscal year. -
r 28. Enacting a general revenue
law, providing ror the assessment of
property ror purposes of taxation, and
the levying arid., collecting of taxos.
I 29. Providing for tho payment of
expenses or judges or the superior
court when holding court outside ot
30. Providing ror the fublicaUon
i cuiiBiuuuunai amendments, and
making the necessary appropriation
31. Making appropriations for the
maintainance and -expenses of de
partments of state, state boards, com
missions, officers or Institutions Tot
which sufficient appropriations have
not already been made, i
32. Providing for a semi-monthly
payment of wages by employers, and
the prevention ot obtaining labor un
der false pretenses, and providing
penalties for the' violation or such pro
visions. 33. Prohibiting the keeping, har
boring or maintaining of women and
girls, ror th purpose or prostitution
or other immoral purpose, and prohib
iting jany person from inducing, or
tempting to induce any woman or
Blrl to enter any house or prostitu
tion or any place for any Immoral
purpose, and providing for tho pun
ishment for vlolation'orisuch provis
ions. t r j
34. Providing ror the protection of
fish and game.
33. Providing for the printing and
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strongly in ravor or retaining the
new court. He does not impugn its
motives' or criticize its decisions. In
fact, ho Is highly pleased with tho
work it ha done thus rar; and prob
ably would vriany measure calcu
lated to do away with it.
Colonel Roosevelt has made it per
fectly clear that ir he should again
become president he would do what
he could to abolish the court. Ho
has rererred tq, It as 'mischievouC
Man Is Found in Desert
Raging: for Water and
Snatched from Hand
TAKEN TO PHOENIX
PHOENIX. May 23. Panting and
raving beside tho motor cycle he had
attempted to rido from Los Angeles
to Phoenix, A. C. Weeks of the coast
city was found Monday morning in
the desert firtecn miles this side or
Deep Wells by Bert Smith, tho Los
Angeles Times transcontinental path
Starting from Yuma to Phoenix
with no water. little oil and
insufficient gasoline. Wecws event
ually found himself pushing a ma
cine that was as worthless as an
ocean liner as a means or locomotion
in tho desert. Becoming delirious, he
had tried to return to Xjos Angeles
and wandering around in a circle till
he fell exhausted.
Weeks made the trip from. Los An
geles to Yuma, just behind -the Times
car, without serious mishap. At
Yuma he decided that he would run
the car a race toP,boenix. The auto
and motorcycle iefU,Yitma at the samo
time and It .was' only a few minutes
till the chug bike was out of sight.
About noon the party In the aulo
consisting of Bert C. Smith, Dell M.
Potter, John S. Mitchell 'and Driver
John Zak, saw a black speck about a
mile off the road. They drove in that
direction. It was not long before
they crossed the track of a motor
cycle and the footprints or a m-in.
Then they crossed the tracks again.
again and yet again. It was evident
I that Weeks had been pushing his
machine in a circle that had gradually
( small that Weeks was doing little
more than to turn around. Then ho
had fallen exhausted.
When the Times party arrived
Weeks was babbling incoherently. He
was unable to rise until he had been
given water. Like- a crazed man he
, fought -for water, but he was given
publication or the acts or the first
legislature, and 'making the necessary
36. Making an appropriation for
the payment of the expenses of thia
special session or the legislature.
37. Providing for the appointment
of a stato geologist and prescribing
his powers and duties and fixing his
38. Providing for suitable exhibits
or the products and resources of Ari
zona at the expositions to be held at
San Francisco and San Diego, Cal.
39. Providing legislation relating
to state lands, and to take such action
relative to the subjects hereinbefore
rererred to as said legislature may
deem wise and expedient.
In witness whereof, I have here
unto set my hand, and caused the
seal or the state of Arizona to be af
fixed. Dono at tho city of Phoenix this
21st day of May. 1012.
GEO. V. P. HUNT.
Attest: SIDNEY P. OSBOKN,
Secretary of State.
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Rewtu miy be had by writing to the
.tolern m every deuil Swj rooms. RUM
MEIl RATHS. Cluse to all tneaters.
store?. Iieach arid mountain car linen.
Dealitlfiil lobbies ami ver.indaK. ONn
vihit vn.i, roNviNcn yoit op its
idi:ai, location and pr.RFter
ri:kvicu. witiTU ror: rathh
J. A. 11I.OOU. MGIt.
WA-NTD-llIitfrrffoiu RWmHi, NtrU
U,SUtU, C1J. For CuRltW. Edfikft
Kaa( Si(k. Khbt j. Liver. Eleo J, Ncrrost J
FbU TrbU l Cl carxl a Utirnm StfLr
SptM.UiABU.tr fki.it UOT BAlHSt d
JriaLlalklNlTCEAL.prLlltf. foU. nJu.
il. url iiir. If I LIOLID SUNSHINE.
fbtckUa la cLartfa. ScaJ for LaLIC. Witar d
liter. TaLa llalaaaa 1. urti t SaiL Sw
Apartments That Are Different
1217 W. 10th St.,
IJchtest. airiest In city. C to 10 windows
each. Every modfrn convenience. Direct
Phoueo. Very lartro rooms ami dressing
rooms. Roof garden. Prices right. Walk
ing distance or W. 'JAi St. car to Sun
bury HOTEL TURPIN
17 Powell Street, at Market
San Francisco, Cal.
SW ntorlcs ot soil J comfort: II first
elms eatine boyses within l block. Itatf
J1.50 to Jltrt por day; 223 rooms; not a
dark room In tlie houne. P. L. & A. V..
Tui-pln. Props. & Mgrs. Helnforced Con
only a row sips nt a timo until his
Weeks said that he had become
crazed with tnirst while pushing his
machine across sandy places in the
road. Then his gasoline nd oil
gave out. He had started Trom Yuma
without any idea or how much gas
oline and oil would be required. Arter
that he wandered out on the desert
in search or Los Angeles, fancying
that the city was only a short dis
tance away. Once, ho wore himself
out still further by climbing a steep,
rocky mountain, hoping to see Los
Angeles from the top. Unable to see
anything he returned to the mesa and
continued to push his machine around,
in a circle.
Tho belt or the motorcycle was
burned to a crisp and the machine was
in bad condition otherwise. It was
left right where it had fallen, while
Weeks was brought" on to Phoenix.
Today ho is almost entirely recovered
from the effects of his terrible exper
ience and is making arrangements to
return to I.os Angeles.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Bids for the program privilege or
the fourth or July celebration will
be received up to and including May
23 when the privilege will be let to
the highest bidder. Five thousand
copies to he printed and distributed.
N. Y. Lire Office,
Sj4. Bank or Bisbee.
DEDICATES MODEL ROAD
FARMINOTON. Mo., May 23. Exer-,
cises were held here today in dedica
tion' ot 'the 'model highway recently
completed between St, Louis and the
Arcadia Country club at Arcadia, Mo.
Tbo-road Is more than 100 miles in
length and wan constructed at a cost
or about JSj.OOO. which amount was
raised by iopular subscription.
Point Way To Health
I can truthfully say that Dr. Kil
mer's Swamp-Itoct 'is a very feood
medicine, not alone for kidney trou
ble, but also fcr ucak.and soro hick,
as well as for rheumatism.
About n year ago I became ill and
unable to work, ray trouble being a
laroo back. I read of your Swamp
Root in the newspaper and in an al
manac Believing it. would do me
good. I went to my druggist, Mr.
Skinner, and purchased a bottle. Find
ing relief in one fifty-cent 'bottle, I
purchased setenl more and in a
short time was r.blc to continue r-ith
my work 'and -m today feeling well
and strong. 1 always recommend Dr.
Kilmer's 'Swamp-Root to my friends
as I believe it is as tood a medicine, as
can be found.
3J14 Yt'ashington Ave., No,
Mr. Skinner makes affidavit that he
sold the Swamp-Root to Mr. Strong.
i Letter to
i Dr. Kilmer &. Co.
! Binghamton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do for
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hnmton, N. Y, for a sample bottle.
It will convince anyone. You will
also receive a booklet or valuable in
formation, tell'ng all about tho id
neye and bladder. When writing, bo
suro and mention The Plsbeo Df-Sly
Review. Regular flfty-cont and cue
dollar size bottles ror sale at all
dreg 3tores. iG.
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advertisers, or upon application at the Information Bureau maintained bv this jtevi.,.rr.
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LOB ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
Opposite Beautiful Westlake Park
2127 West Sixth St
Ten Minutes rUle from IJroadway
i:xc-llent Car Service
The management Invites correspondence
regarding nammer rates, etc.
Address I. M. WolfC Mgr.
PERCIVAL HOTEL AND APARTMENTS
IX)S AN'Or.I.nS S S. Hill, opposite Hambureer's; t block to Majestic. 3 to
Orphcum. Rooms Jl.O) to JJ.00: with bath JI.M lo JIW. Iloom. kitchen and bath
J.1) month up. J. I-". Giles. Manager.
Tr2T cr tr:r",X3 "" east snr st., i.os anghlhs.
till 1 KL. M. llCUKuC Closo n- (-'l room, phones, ele-
11V X L.L. tj. Ui-UlVUU vator. private baths, hot and cold
water Cafo In connection. Hates Jl 00 day up. Vanderslice & Trow, Trops. A. I'.
KENDIS APARTMENTS, Los Angeles,
1710 West Sixth Street In the Westlake
Garage In connertion. I'or rates address
w en fs npiljrEMTr 5th and II.. San Diepo. Quiet first-class;
l.r.n APAK 1 lVlnN I T elegantb- furnished two and three-room
--' .VA - ' .housekeeping apartments. Phone ana
lath lt each arartment Rates reasonable, lest service. J. M Grant; W. L.
NEW H0TE1 WINDERMERE TS
mie, facing Leauliful LInd ta Park and Ocean. Santa Monica's newest, larg
est and best hotel For rates 3 reservations, address It. Eord-5, Proprietor.
THE "K-T" IRRIGATION SYSTEM
modern pUnt. and tee miniature Irrigation tyiUm In actual operation. Vltitors wel
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MFO CO.. 1212 East 38th St.. Los Angeles. Central cr Hooner Ate. Curs.
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FBEM0NT HOTEL 4,h "n" SxcJJS?$
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MISSISSIPPI VALLEY KISTORIAN3
BLOOMINGTON. Ind., May 23.
Indiana University Is entertaining for
three days the annual meeting or tho
Mississippi Valley Historical associa
tion.. Several hundred members and
a number or invited guests were pres
ent at the opening of the proceedings
Literature of the virions Hotel'
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A. C. nilicke, Ixis Angeles, Cal. Jno. S Mitchell.
Hates: Trom Jl.CO up. Rates, with Privats Rath. JI.M up.
r.vory apartment "a little Home.
I Kemlls, Prop.
Whtn in Los An
geles tbii sum-
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Whether you go EAST or V.TEST x
use THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC.
Tickets on sale' to California ami
EASTERN POINTS. Round trip tick
ets to New York and Boston may bo
routed via New Orleans and all -rail
or via S. P. Steamer, which Ineldues.
berths and meals while at sea without
additional charge. Steamer leaves
New Orleans every Wednesday and .
Saturday.-Write for illustrated book
lets, "100 Golden Hours at Sea."
"Wayside Notes Along the Sunset
"Along the Washington Sunset,"
"California for tHo TourisL"
"Yellowstone National Pari?."
Thnt cars' to Washington, New Or
leans, Memphis, Cincinnati, St, Louis,
Chicago, Louisville. Diverse routes
on round trip tickets to the East with
out additional charge.
For details see your home agent or
address E. W. CLAPP,
A. G. P. A. Tucson.
today. Professor A. C. McLaughlin of!
the University of Chicago Is the presi
dent of the association.
ROOSEVELT AND TAFT
Followers and all the rest will be at
the Moose-K. C ball game Sunday,
Wan en Park.
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