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Itesfpetterto His Dejfu
ffties Gaging Them jo Dqty
lEspric'ially m Enforcment
)f Gambling Laws-
I COUNTY ATTORNEY
Simple ,P,lavin' of Game of
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lfSberiffHrry Wheeler has written
letters io Ws deputies In Bisbce,
Ijftwelt anil throughout the county call
in their attention to. duty In the mat
ter of enforcing the antlgambllns
law of ttliq 'elate. The sheriff lias
SilRdty furnished, the Review with ei
jiies otsuflies letters '-which will be
of interest to the public. It is the
desire anil purpose of, Mr. Wheeler,
are "set forth In these; letters, to. havfc
strict enforcement if all laws Iq this
county. The letters follow':
Wheeler Hears Complaint
.November 20, 1012
J, U Gannon, Deputy SheniT.
Several complaints have come to me
trfrtce being in office, stating that
gambling is going on in nearly every
precinct of the county, and especially
in IlUbec Douglas and Lowell.
I have also received several com-1
plaints, in the last four days about
an Indecent extiosurc, committed by
:t dancer In Ulsbee, I-owell and Doug
las. Thfs dander was-with the Carnival
shew- tha't pjssed through the above
cities last month.
It was also rumored that this Car
nival show conducted crap games and
other kinds of gambling.
I do not know whether these re
poits are true or not as never saw
any of the shows, and the complaints
H net reach me until after the show
had left this count-, so I had no
&tnec to Investigate.
'Law and Slot Machines
I have also received several com
plaints about slot machines, but after
careful Investigation of the law re'.a
tivo to gambling, as prohibited In the
Session laws of 1308, Chapter "j2.
page 2S1. 1 find that this law is tak
en from the laws of California, and
I find that this law was tried out there
in lw;, three years previous to the
pasoing of the same law In Arizona,
and it was decided, by the courts
there that playing a slot machine for
cigars or other merchandise or checks
tfcat are only good for cigars or other
rt'erchandfee Is not gambling. But If
these ttheak could be (cashed for
money then It would -be gambling.
1t any of the games enumerated
Hi Section No. 1 of the laws of 190'J,
Chapter 'Jf. page 232, are piohibited
uy statuto. And 1 am advfsed by the
CtHiiity Attorney Mr. W. G. Gilmore.
that it Is against the law to piny
pokor or any of these games even
fur the drinks.
Please read carefully all of Chapter
Ifb. 92 afcove mentioned and I will ex
wicl ton to strictly enforce this law,
It would always be well to confer
-with this office, the County Attorney
or his assistant if possible, befo.e
Hktntfa raid on any gambling hous,
Uutoryou do not nave time io cou
fjo'r a abov; tWsted you must go
aTioad and make the arrest and use
your own Judgment
Deputies Have Power
He careful of the evidence and be
reasonably sure that you have a good
case before making any arrests.
3'iease see that circuses, carnivais
and? other shows and exhibitions do
nntivlolate any of the laws of this
state. As it is Impossible for mr
m, see all of these show?, 1 have to
depend on tat deputies to enforce Ihs
Please remember that, during my
absence, yon have all the authority
tihfeh.bv law is invested in ihe sher
iff "aml ff expect you to use these
powers the same as if 1 were present
. 'piMcri read naragraphs No. 3T7,
and 578. on page 1250, Penal Code.
Revised Statutes of Arizona, 1001, rel
ative to prize fights ana see xnatjju
traveling hows, circuses or public
exhibitions break this law.
For laws covering licenses I refer
you as follows:
For circuses, billiards, distillery or
hrewery and pawnbrokers see Title
39, page 755. paragraphs 2SC2, 28R2,
2S6i and 2865; Paragraph No. 2SC6 I
undersfand has been repealed, but I
have not had time to look this up,
so will advise you Turther In a, few
Tho liouor laws and gambling laws
na enumerated In paragraphs.No. 2852,
2SrV2SB7, 2S58, 2S5flrf 2850, 2SC1 and;
First Photograph of Wilson
Here 'is the first photograph in
the Tniled States showing President
elect Wilson and the members of
his family Just alter their arrival at
10 WIN 115 lid J
La Potfe Changes Plea on
Reachin's&Tucson and Po-
liceTScent a Rodent
TUCSOX.jor. SO. Stephen La
I'oite, whofwent to jtollce beadquart-
ers In ChlealBojrrcently and confessed
(o the mjj2gpt William Taylor, a
rancher?nearihe"re. several yeara ago.
surprised the officers and rourt here
today when ho wac arraignea uy
pfcading not guilty. On account of
the lack of witnesses It is said to be
impossible to convict him if he sticks
to his story.
Officers declared they believe La
Porta know this, confessed In Chi
cago in order to obtain transportation
2SC8 have all been repealed and can
be found as follows:
Wholesale Chapter Sf. page 161. :
lull Chanter. 2T. nage 34: Session
Laws of 1307. Revocation of licenses,
see laws of 1909, chapter 103. page
'C.r. nnd laws covering shows and
other public exhibitions can be found
in Session Laws of isoa, page zi-.
For laws covering penality for tran
sacting business without a license
pee StfcB on I-aws ot i:ua. page ji.
Chapter 09. I
I will expect you to enforce all of IMMEMORIAL
the laws as above set forth, and it;
you are in doubt- about how to pio
ceed, kindly calf tip this office.
Very truly yours,
HARRY C. WHEELER.
Sheriff.' Cochise Count.
November 28, 1312
Gives Further Instructions
J. U. Gannon, Deputy Sheriff.
Dear Sir: . I "ous-
In advising .you to confer with the The all'ancc; of which James Rut
District Attorney or this office in my ! 'er ot Tonopah, Nev., is president
letter of the 26th Inst, you are In- beld a meeting hero yeMerday, and
formed and Instructed that Mr. Gil- In addition to drafting the memorial
Z0Jl.iri::nioZ Ur. adopted a ration
or tb Gambling Law, as Is any of the pledging the members to deny infor
otaen games enumerated, whether! mation to federal officiate and to pre
nlvi for stakes, oroflt or pastime. 1 vent government officials from ertter-
You a.e therefore Instructed to carry
out. to the letter all Gambling i.a3jj ...., - -
whenever and wherever you encouut -
er the slightest infraction.
I don't care to trifle with any teen-
nical, points. I desire all laws enualiv
enforced. If the law is gooa is musi
be unheld. If the law Is defective
and poor, we are not responsible for
a defective law. I want every de
puty of mine to do his duty fully,
remembering that he Is not resion
slble'for. any law In' itself: but en
tirely responsible for every law's en
forcement In Instructing yon to be careful of
your evidence I will Inform you that
Mr. Gilmo.-e has ruled that your evi
dence Is good and sufficient when yoa
'see any game, such as I have tnum
erated. In progress, whether for
stakes, chips or otherwise.
Now get busy by fulfilling your
sworn obligations, and arresting ev
ery offender you catch violating tfcc
laws, regardless of the station or de
gree of the offender.
Very truly yours,
HARRY C WHEELER.
Sheriff, Cochise County.
AIR CLAIMS ANOTHER.
PARIS, Nov. 30, Another airman.
Paul ArondeL was Killed today at
Juvlsy, Sur-Orge, twenty-five miles
from Paris. He was flying around in
a monoplane when he took too short
a turn and his-machine feu ISO feet
Woodrow Wilson's arrival at Hamn ion,
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Mayor wamrigoi or uaimuua, iwj
Will Be uovernor
State Board of Canvassers
Issues Certificate After
TOPEKA, Nov. 30. The
Kansas board of canvassers
Issued a certificate of election
to Governor George II. Hedges,
democrat, this afternoon. This
action followed )be refusal' by
the supreae curt to urant
Cappe.-, the republican, a" hear
ing Waubannsee county on the
legal ballot case
Five Hundred Organize to
Fight Intolerable Poli
as to Mines .
,-BlSHOP. Cal.. Nov. 30 Five hun
dred miners and prospectors, banded
together in the Prospectors Alliance
of America, forwarded to the gover
nors of eleven western states today
I a memorial asking assistance In com-
uamng me goverr.menis oureaucrai-
I,. Interference with mining opera-
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.The board o t directors of the al-
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every lawful means the enactment of
any federal laws limiting the scop"
ot the present mining regulations or
to enforce the proposed leasing sys
tem on mineral lands.
HARVESTER TRUST HEARING
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30. Attorney
Grosvenor, assistant to Attorney Gen
eral Wlckersham, completed today life
comparison of documents In the In
ternational Harvester company dis
solution case, preparatory to the open
ing hearings at Lt Loals next weefc.
No witnesses were called today and
aside from reading into the records
the documentary evidence, no testi
mony was taken.
STORM SWEEPS MADAGASCAR
PARIS. France, Nov. 30. The
French colonial ministry has receiv
ed advices from Madagascar, dated
Nov. 29 saying that a cyclone swept
tho northern coast of the island and
as communication was interrupted
the extent of the damage was. not as
The French steamer Salarie was
driven ashore during the gale but alll
passengers were saved.
SUNDAY MORNING. DE
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oerrnuj, on iw. .-
Rilk hall. M'"" l"f lUllii-J. ui
uirtv -re a ed in the open carriage.
Tim rrowii chwied the a.t for
! manr minutes
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GASH RESERVE FLITS
DEFICIT IS S
Condition New York Banks
Is Worse Than Unfavor
able Forecasts Showed
NEW YORK J Nov. 30. Recent
strains on the resources of New York
banks was relecrad in a striking way
by today's bank afatement Not only
was last week's slender surplus re
serve of S5,7fj,90 oblRerated but at
tie clease of tlw. banking week, as
show liy aetejOOjaWa; there, was. a
ceSeit of $3,057,900.
Cash losses reached a total of ?16,-
an amount greatly In excess
of forecast the most unfavorable of
which dw not suggest a snruiKage oi
more than $1.O90,OO. The decrease
in the aggregate cash reserve was
It Is expcted the position of the
tanks will be largely rectified in a
comparatively shori time by the re
turn to the banks of money withdrawn
for December 1st Settlement of in
terest and dividends and the reflux of
funds from Canatla which is expected
following the November 30 statement
of Dominion tanks Is looked for to
swell the aggregate cash reserves.
BLUE 10 GREY WILL
BE TREATED ALIKE
w ar 1
On Gettysburg Field W
Department Will Care
Equally for Veterans
WASHINGTON. Nov. 30. The warjaimy pjaypj a strong offensive and
department Is making plans to care defensive .game,
for the feeding and shelter of the
army of veterans of the conferacy a
well the federals, who are to at
tenrt the encamoment of the Grand
Army of the Republic on the battle-
i Held at Gettysburg next July, when
the fiftieth anniversary of the great
battle will be celebrated.
Orders today aBaigMd Captain
liarry F- DaRor. of the quartermas
ters corps, as assistant to Major Nor
raoyle, depot quartermaster here and
who is charged with the military ar
rangements. Toth officers have been
ordered to proceed to the battlefield.
Lll ARTHAH'S WHITE
Cameron Girl Is Missing and
Federal Officials Seek
to Find Her
CHICAGO, 111-, Nov. 30. Luclle
Cameron, the white sweetlart of
Jack Johnson, has disappeared. The
mother into whose custody the girl
was given when recently released
from JaU. reported to the federal
authorities that the girl had gone.
She- was a witness against Johnson in
the Viieged white slavery case. Sho
is believed to be In hiding In Chicago
and her mother Is grief stricken. It
Is probable this feature of. the case
. will militate against the colored pugi
Federal officials are investigating
I to learn if Johnson or his frlendB had
anything to do with the disappearance
of the; girl. 1 , . ,'-.'' .
CEMBER 1, 1912
Wikon Maintains 1
A If T 1
Must Come Later
President Will Be Sworn in
March 4 But Celebration
Will Be in April
HAMILTON. Uermuda. N'ov
SO. -Oovernor Wilson lias Ie-
! clareil that he will agree to
' being sworn In as president
t of the I'nltod States March 4
nest, but that the W? ceremon-
lea in connectioii with tb In-
augjtatkm must be helU till
the last Thursday in April-
i TO BE BOSHED
Preliminary Plans Complete
After Committee Meeting
and Conferences of
WANT CLEAR DECKS
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30. Legtsla
the wail;, will start with a rush Mon
day, when Congress takes up ihe
work so gladly dropped last August
Committee meetings last week and a
conference between members to ha-
legislative matte. s pushed, and the
formulation ot plans by house and
penate leaders now on the ground
have paved the way to a speedy
handling of the appropriation bills
and other legislation that will have
to te acted upon.
Democratic managers In the house
are determined to push the appropna
tion bills as rapidly as possible, la
the hope that none ot them will or
carried over from the short session
to the special session In April.
The first of these bills, that provid
ing for salaries and incidental ex
penses of federal establishments will
te ready Monday for submission to
FIELD GOALS BEAT
" STROHABMY TEAM
Navy Guard Boots Spheriod
Twice Over Cross Bar
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 30. Tn one
of the most strring football games
ever played by the two arms of the
national service, the navy defeated
the army 6 to 0 today.
The midshipmen did not n!ea
"Jack Dalian ' who won by field goals
the 1310 and 1911 games for the navy
for the Annapolis team had another
good kicker in Brown, the tall
guard, who booted the navy to victory
by two splendid goals from place
ment Roth goals came tn the last
reriod of play from the 23 and 47
yard )iu83 after it began to look as It
tlie Icrce struggle would result in a
While all credit is due the navy
rr "s splendid success, the army is
not disgraced by the defeat, for at
I t'mes the cadets outplayed the navy
in all departments of the game, and
j It was through no weakness on their
I uart that they failed to score. The
ONLY IjUEOELESS ONES
CAN VOTE IN CHINA
Edict of President Restricts
Right to Vote to Those
Who Cut Hair
SEATTLE, Nov. 30. Chinese mall
advices Just received say President
Yuan Shi KsC Issued an order de
claring men other entitled to fran
chise but who refused to remove
their queues will not be permitted to
vote in the coming general election.
Tn some provinces of China the In
habitants have been reluctant to
abandon the old manner of wearing
their hsf.r, and the threat to deprive
them of ballot aroused mtich feeling.
In the order Yuan Shi Kal make3
clear that wearing queues cannot con
tinue much longer.
DYNAMITE IN PHOENIX.
PHOENIXl Ariz.. Nov. 30. Two
hundred dynamite caps were found to
day In the back part of a saloon with,
in a block of the business center of
They were In a corner hidden in a
Tho police began an Investigation.
FOR ARIZONA Clearing In South,
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k NUMBER 177.
CacUIn A. H. Reitron.
Captain A. !f. Rostron, of the Cin
jrd liner Carpathla, whoie heroic
services In saving the survivors of
the Titanic diaster last April re
sulted In his being giV4n a fitirse of
$20,000 by New Yori; citizens. Is to
receive a gold medal soon from Upc'p
Sam. President Taft has approved
the choice of the fine arts commis
sion for the design of tho medal,
which was the work of John Flan
agan, of New York City.
BORIS TELLS OF
. LONG PORSOIT
Detective Takes Stand and
Tells How Hockin Ap
proached Him and of
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. 30. William
J. Rums story of his pursuit of the
JIcNamaras and Orfie McKUanigal aft
er tho Times explosion at Los Ange
les, was told by him in the "dynamite
conspiracy" trial today.
The Times explosion ocurred Oct.
I. 1910, and Rums said he was on a
train en route from San Francisco to
I. os Angeles. The next day, he, as a
detective, was employed by Mayor
Alexander of Los Anselejs to. fun
down the dynamiters. He remained
ort the Pacific coast until' the latter
part of December, when he returned
to Chicago. In Chicago, he said, he
met Herbert S. Hockin; noV secretary
of the Iron Workers union. I Hockin
Is accused by the government of hav
ing betrayed the" dynamiters, while
he himself was a dyn niter. Itunu
said that Hockin told hiw i- ': -miters
were planning to do a lot nt
killing and that he would not have
met him if it had not been for that.
Woman Tes of Threats
Threats of death for telling of ex
plosions were related at the dynamite
trial today by Mrs. Alta Hawkins, who
Is suffering from injuries from a re
cent shooting and was brought into
court on a cot. She said just aftef
the non-union building was destroyed
here. Ernest Basey, a union official,
told her to watch tor other explosions.
She said she was shot several week3
ago while out hunting.
Raymond Burns also told of further
(Conversations with Herbert Hockin. a
union official, wtiom he described as
a "spy within union ranks." He de
clared Hockin told him that Tveltraoe
was paying M. A. Schmidt money
through Ed Nickels, of Chicago, while
Tveltmoe himself was ca.rying for
captain, who, with Schmidt and Mc
Namara blew up the Times at Los
Angeles. He said he was informed
that J. J. McNamara met Tveitmoe n
St Louis to arrange more explosions
in Los Angeles.
BORDER PATROL 1ST
STAY SAYS STEEVER
Situation South of Line Is
Declared to Have Become
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30. The sit
uation on the Mexican border has
recently been growing worse rapidly.
General Steever has protested to the
war department against any reduc
tion of the border patrol such as was
about to bo ordered.
. Yesterday a rebel band struck a
small town aont fifty miles south o'
Durango, and after wantonly destroy
ing all ranch property In the neigh-
Icrhood. virtually exterminated the
farrlson of 24 federals.
NEW YORK; Nor, SO.Metals dull
and practlcallynomlnal,;,Jf, ,
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BE SIGNED By
Prospects of Early Peace Are
Brighter and Agreement
Is Expected to Be Reached
BUT NOT SO GRAVEf
Complications Continue to,
Threaten But Statesmen!.,
Are Unravelling Tangle '
Causing So Much Alarm
LONDON, Nov. 30. The second
month or the slmrtest great European
war in history closes under brighter
auspices, with statesmen handling tlw
tangled skiilu of contllcllng national
interests, than any had dared to
An armistice will be signed Sunday
afternoon in the sultan's palace car
by delegates of the belligerent states
who have been conferring. There is
apparent a conciliatory attitude and,
apparently they are consuming the
luxurious lunches prepared by Con
stantinople's foremost French "chefs.
Hope that permanent peace will re
sult from the terms and that they
will avoid a clash against Austria is
strong In all capitals and is assum
ing strength In the conviction.
From Constantinople, Sofila and Bel
grade the press agencies, which speak"
the vuxes of their governments, pre
dict a settlement and portray a gen
eral desire to end the war.
Terms for ai armistice have not
Chief interest centers at Adrlano.
pie, where the Turkish garrison- with
diminishing ammunition and short, of
rations, still makes heroic reslstance5
agalnst the Servians and rfulgars,
withvthelr cordon olsriilIery steadily
crowding closer around the 'citadel.1 1
Diplomatic Clearing House.
The project of establishing a diplo
matic clearing house composed of
ambassadors of the powers In somo
capital, to exchange views on tho
Balkan question in the period of up
heaval, gains strength. The Pall Mall
Gazette predicts it will be arranged
within two days.
While Turkey and tho Balkan
states may arrange a treaty of peace
1 v direct negotiations they can hard
ly do this without a consultation with
Albanian politicians at Avalona havo
launched a provisional government
with Isma! Haemal Bey. a Mussul
rrnn, as president and a Catholic vlco
president. Tho Albanian nag hal
been raised and Albania nas been
proclaimed a neutral state under tho
protecton of the powers. The new"
government has advised the peoplo
of Durazzo and Klasaona not to op
jose the Servians. This antonomons
Albania is in an extremely nebuious
state, since Albania is without definite
geographical boundaries and almost
without roadk. and has a people here
tofore fostered with a deep-rooted
prejudice agij'nst paying taxes to any
government. Tbe final settlement ot
its future is a problem second only
to that of reconciling Servla and Aus
tria oter Servia's determination to
retain a port on the Adriatic sea.
Boys Are Called Out. v
While the danger that the belliger
ents may fail to settle Uutir differ
ences and hostilities may be resumed
after a period of negotiations'. Ioom.-t
large, the fact that the armies before
Constantinople have virtually reached
a deadlock is the strongest force mafe
Ing for peace. Military experts cou
sider that it would be almost impos
sible for the Turks to succeed In an
offensive movement. Bulgaria has
come to the end of Its resources In
men and has called out the drafts
for 1013 and 1914. who are youths
of sixteen and seventeen years while
one army corps in front of Adrianople
consists of old men.
The threat that Great Britain may
be Involved "In the struggle for Euro
pean supremacy and the object lesson
that great armies may quickly b
mobilized by small states, has given
a great Impetus "movement to com
pulsory military service.
Several conservative leaders have
pen agitating this for years.
ITALY HOLDS ALOOF,
Is Not Ready to Enter In England's
Proposed Conference of
ROME, Italy. Nov. 30 While tho
conference of ambassadors proposed
by BrUIsh foreign Secretary Sir Rd
ward Grey, is under consideration, the
assertion that Italy has already ad.
hcred to the plan is incorrect.
A seml-oincial communication' Is
sued today says: "Sir Edward Grey's
proposal has not even been formally
submitted. It submitted, Italy will
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