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VOLUME 15.
STATE VOII
OF ARIZONA
Three Democratic Electoral
Votes ol the Forty-Eighth
State Not Received
.Washington in Time
in
NO TRACE FOUND OF
MESSENGER WEBB
Last Heard from in St. Louis
and Was Due in Washing
ton Saturday But Has Yet
Failed to Appear.
WASHINGTON. D C Jan '-'7.
.Lost The eleciofal vote of Arizona
and bearer. Kinder please send at
once to office of rice president of the
United Suites.
The senators and the representa
tives of the baby state of Arizona snt
broadcast tonight the foregoing no
tice, when at 6 o'clock, the time limit
expired for receiving the rem ns .or
the National election of No ember
Wllfre.l T. Webb is the custodian
of .three perfectly good votes for Wil
son and Marshall and has failed to a;v
pear at the rice president's office at
the capltol. Arizona's patriots ana
legislators are much perplexed -aim
disappointed, for, though no political
unheavel "would be caused should the
three little votes neer be found. they;
do not want missing from history 5 .
arcfiites" ArHtma's "first vote" fftr The
chief executive of the nation.
For twenty-tour hours before tha
lice pres'dent's office closed for 'he
night. vith every electoral vote except
Arizona's on file, a, ssteniatlc searcl
of Washington hotels and clubs baa
been conducted in vain for Elector
Webb, ho. It was known, left Phoe
nix with bis credentials more thai
tin dat s ago. and was due to arri.e
here Saturday. Until a late hour to
night the wires were kept singing with
messages to points between here and
St. Louis where he was last heurJ
from. In the hope of d scoenng some
information as to the whereabouts rl
the missing messenger. Webb was
beard from St. Louis four or five
days ago, but friends can get no word
of him f.om there tonight.
. Louisville wag also sought for in
formation but none was forthcoming
WILL SEEK 10 F
CONFIRM H
Senate Republicans Plan toiaeveioped.
Hold Session, 1 ill the
Democrats Yield
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 27.
The republican fight for confirmation
of Taft's thirteen hundred appoint
ments now pending In the senate will
come to a head tomorrow upon the
republican caucus being asked bv the
republican leaders to bind the.r mem
bers into a continuous session behind
closed doors In an effort to brea
down the democratic opposition
Tbe caucus intends, ostensibly to
take up the proposal mad by the
democrats In jo.nt committee to weed
out the Taft appointments and select
certain ones to be confirmed. It s
understood that prominent republi
cans will submit to the caucus a pro
posed plan by which the raeaibers
Bind themsehes to attempt to aold
:ke senate In cont nuous session until
th democrats will I e foreed to g.vj
ar.
DISCUSS WAGE DEMAND
PHILADELPHIA, Pa, Jan. 27. A
committee representing the conduc
tors and trainmen of the Pennsylvan
ia Kallroad conferred with the gen
eral manager here today on the sub
ject of the wage demands made last
tar. The demands call for an aver
ago Increase of about ten per ceBt
ever tbe present scale of wages.
KAISER 54 YEARS OLD
BERLIN. Jan 27. erlln was bril
Hant with flags and uniforms today on
the occasion of the Emperor William's
flfty-rourth birthday anniversary Jn
the fotenoon the Empeftjr and family
attended spec a! religious serv'ces In
the Castle Chapel. After the ser
vices, which were attended by tbe
envoys from foreign countries, tbe
latter tendered their congratulations.
BRILLIANT YOUNG NEW
MAY BE SECRETARY
riudlrr i'lrld
Dudley Field Malone. son-in-law 01
X . S Senator O'Gorman of New
York, is mentioned as the probablti
opiolntee as secretaary to President
elect Woodrow Wilson Sir. Malone,
SHOT FROM BEHIND
FORMER RESIDENT
.. OF BISSEE SLAIN
! Dan Danielson Is Killed by
Negro Woman, the Bullet
Passing Clear Through the
Bodv of Victim
MEXICAN CONVICTED
OF HEINOUS CRLME
TOMHSTONK. Jan 27 (Specia!)
Dau Danielson, formerly of KIsbee but
for the past two or three years a re.ii
dent of Courtland was shot and k.ll
ed at Courtland tonight about seven
o'clock by a negro woman named Park
er. Iljs slayer is now in the count
Jail here having been arrested immedi
ately after the shooting.
Danielson was about to enter a sa
loon when be was shot. Ills slayer
approached h m from behind shooi
ng him in the back. The bullet en
tered under the left shoulder blade
and passed completely through the
lody. An inquest, will be held lo
monow at which time it is expected
the motive for the shooting w.li be
Mendcza is Convicted
Jesus Mendoza, the Mexican accused
of having committed an outrage on a
three year old child was tried in the
superior court here today. Tbe jury
was out only three m nutes before
teturnlng and announcing its verdict1
wh'ch found Mendoza guilty of the
crime of rape
CONCENTRATION OF
REBELS CAUSES CARE
Extra Watchfulness Shown
by United States Troops
Along
the Border
EL PASO, Tex Jan. 27-Rebels
are concentrating at Guadalupe. -0
miles east of here on tbe Texas bor
der, according to advices received to
day at Fort Bliss. Tbe rebel general.
Salazar, has more than S00 men under
bis immediate command while Gen.
Carat eo remains below Juarez with
about 500 additional rebels.
The activity of tbe rebels along the
.border has gain put tbe U. S. mili
tary on the alert. To facilitate the
prompt transmission of reports along
the line away from telegraph and tele
phone connection. General E. Z. Stov
er has instituted a novel system.
Non-comm'ssioned officers on motor
cycles cover many miles of the bor
der as message bearers, greatly in
creasing the efficiency of the patrol
tervlce.
The reikis are said to be short of
ammunition, and great precaution Is
taken by General Steever to prevent
amunitlon from running low short.
BISBEE, ARIZONA.
YORK ATTORNEY
TO NEXT PRESIDENT
Mnlinr.
a young lawyer of greaf promise, l
now an assistant corporation coun
m-1 in. the cit of New York. He took
an active part tn the democratic na
tional campaign last year
E
TIS
ii FIRST
HE IN ARIZONA
Cunninqham Dissents
r
Two Colleagues and Writes
Opinion Diametrically Op
posed to Theirs.
STEINFELD CASE IS
ORDERED REVERSED
PHOENIX Jan 27 (Siiclal
For the lirst time since tts creailon;
the state supreme court was divided
today on an opinjon
In the, Stelnfeld-'Zeckendorf-Nellbon
case, which has been in the courts
for several ers, the court reversed
the Pima county decision which bad
annulled a contrast between Steinfeld
and Neilson for stock In the Silver
llell Copier company ana remanded
the case to Pima county with Instruc
tions that judgment te. entered for
Steinfeld The ,amonnt Involved is
i&d to exied thirty-live chousand
Jollars. A -special verdict establish
ing the facfti'Sn the ca.se was also on
tered. Justice 'Cunningham v,rote a dissent
ing opinionTn wit ch he held that the
examination of the complaint and
prayer for relief of Neilson disclosed
sufficient authority to warrant . the
judgment previously entered In tbe
lower court upon a theory of a trust
relation.
STRIKE NAY TIE OP
ALL' EASTERN ROADS
Despite Conciliatory Tone of
Managers Ballot Is
Not Discontinued
NEW YORK, N Y.. Jan. 21. East
ern railroad managers said lonlgut
tbat they bad rece.ved no Intimatton
that their conciliatory statement
sued, yesterday had stopped a strike
tote being taken by their firemen.
In a statement tonight, signed Sy
Klisah Iee. chairman of the confer
ence comm tteed, he said: "Tbe men
are continuing to vote to determine
whether or not to strike. The rail
road's concede the vote to be favor
able' to striking. A strike means that
probably erry railroad east of the
Mississippi will be tied up.
ADMITS PROFESSIONALISM
Indian
Athlete Writes Letter
Qu'tt the Came
Ard
NEW YORK, N. Y, Jan. 27 James
Thorpe, the Indian athlete and Olym
pic champion, admitted today tbat the
charges of professionalism ma'ie
agains him are true. He has formal
ly ret red from American athletics.
Thorite's confession was contained
In a letter to the registration commit
tee of the Amateur Athletic un'o.i
which met today to investigate his
case.
rUESPAY MORNING
COCHISE MIT
lift REM
Exhaustive Jfresentation of
Operation. f the County
Government for the
Yearjf 1912.
EXPENSE $IS HEAVY
City Oscar K. Goll.j
TOMliSlON'K lArlt.. J-ii C -I'lrhups
oue of flitt most exhaustiv
sihC voluminous '. public document i
j erer tileo for rtKord In Coc'.ilse coun
ts in t'le way 01 au annual reiKjr
us completed ysenla by Arthur
Karsr. clerk tot the board of su
pervisors, and wjll be sub-nltted tu
that bony at its itevt regular meeting
ai February for a'pprjuva'.
The report oj&'-s many typewrit
ten pagts. and to publish ihe reiort
Ii: full at this ttn-.f. woald occupy con
rulorablc apace, ttherefor making t
i.e"bsnry for your correspondent to
i iri.if ai absiractl of the same cover
t p each department of the counH
,oernn'tnt frowjtUe Superior Coun.
uo ?n lo me omce ui roirewMie.
During the yc:lr 1!12 there wer
authorized to be Issued by the Board
cl supervlsors o'.ep a quarte- of a mil
lion dollars In count warrants, .aud
to be more euct a total of i$W IS
and segregated as tollows Salao
fund' ll 3,070.40; General Fuud Ml.
150 'J; and Bead Fund ?31,714.9j.
Diiring the pt! year It took 57,
'9i01 to o.erato the various justice
t recincti. throughout the county This
smount including all fees paid by the
county prior to the time of placing
all precmrt ulhoer on salary basis,
in addition to paying the salaries of
tin. justices, (-onsuibles, pallors, prw
on board and miscellaneous expense
or each iiiJ ?ri judicial precinct
,a.id being HtgrcKatc-: s follows
Justices .' S25.053.S5
Constables 22,629.5:.
Jailors 3,525 73
JTlson Hoard 1,034 J2
Miscellaneous Expense 4,349.61
A distribution of the county war
rants paid during Uie past year as
credited to each department of the
I count goerninerit. is as follows:
l'-card'of Supervisors w..VSig,4JM3
CodfT H 3nd JafT 4,3501)5
i Miscellaneous Expense ... 2,138 52
' Miscellaneous Co Kx. .
4.5G3.41
i.or9n
'counu Health Dept.
13.294.U)
Elections
12.709.SS
SherifflTs ofhee
Superior Court .
County Attorne .
County Treasurer
County Recorder .
Probate Court . .
County Assessor
45.665.4
32,4 10.:
OSO.OO
G.9Sfi.27
738.19
6CG.15
7463.61
Count
Surveor 3,976.10
County Stenographer
,.. l.OWil
; Pobation Omcer .
50.00
Justic: Courts
Douglas $ 9,101.27
llhbee ll,S91.2t
Lovell .... 6,636.0a
Pirtlevllle 3,331.3!
Nsico .., '. 2,424.10
Jowi 1,997.80
Oleeson 2,7S.24
St. David 562.50
Courtland ,.. 1,924.00
enson 3,854.81
Willcox 3.6S9.6&
Poorce .: 1,04931
Paradise ..
Cochise . .
991.26
1,31655
1,654.55
542.33
520.00
412.25
30.00
1S00.0
Tombstone
Falrbank . .
Ileroford .
Turner
Light
Servoss . . ,
rief Explanation!
It will be noted from the figures rel
ative to the operation of the Superloi
court that the sime totaled $32,449.33,
of this amount it was necessary to
charge the sum ot J2.370.S0 to tbe
salary column of that branch of the
county government, on Recount of
the ract that the former administra
tion o fthe Old District caurt system
having left unsettled that amount
when Arizona was admitted to state
hood, and further, that the same was
not chargeable to the operation of
the present administration of the Su
perior court.
Another item fs that of the opera
tion .of the judicial precinct at Ben-
hon. wherein tbe sum of ?6j54,S3 -was
expended during the past year In
this amount is alw Included the sum
of S1.63is8l. the -cost of a Ticw jail
building at that place, to replace the
one recently destroyed by Are.
County Hospital.
During 1912 $29,621.41 was ex
pended in the operation of the coun
ty Hospital and Poor Farm at Doug
las. or a decrease over the year 1911
of $5,372.07. The expenditures of the
last year aro classiaed as lonows
Building material
$1,019,851
Medical assistance
Labor
Supplies
Salaries ....... .
. 165.0
x 3,356.01
18,633.34
r'los r
Expenses of Supt
&S.6'
uouniy ca n. r.B . ,
, , ..
a uju-. f " ",;':
this department during the past year.
tbe sam haviwc been expenoea oyj
tbe Boarl of Supervisors in a most
judicious and businesslike manner,
the result being tbat at present Co
rlho rnuntv boasts of moro substan-
i tUI roads than any other political sub
division of Arlrona. Following Is a
(Continued on Page 3)
JANUARY 28, 1913.
"
FINANCIER WHOSE VOICiLVTOO WEAK
. . "&. .
I? OR INVESTlGrATORJ3
William G.
E5. T .ifc
William G Rockefeller. Wall street' Reach, Florida, a few days ao Rock
tinancir and brother of tht Standard I creller (till Insists tbat his voice is
Oil matrnate. who so succssfull I too weak to permit him to talk to
tliulcl ihe process servers of tbtf the money trust investigating com
Pujo Investigating committee fori mittee but at Palm Beach he has
several weeks, was not sd lucky in htal t,e-n setn dail conversing with hh
attempt to escape from the earners.1 vlfe and son HIi voice is low ami
man The picture was taken at Palm
wis sin
STOGKEXGHANG
New York's Governor Asks
for Laws to Give State
Supervision of All
Transactions
TO ERADICATE EVILS
AMJAXY. N Y Jan 27. State sk
pervlsion and regulation u the New
York Stock oxchange and other stock
j exchanges was adiocated by Gov. Sul-
zer in the message sent by him to the
legislature tonight. The time is r.pe.
In the governor's opin'on. for 'he
state to step In and end the "flagrant
abuses, shifty schemes and clever
combinations to catch the uiiwary and
to mislead the pubi c." To effect thU
be recommends the enactment ot a
group of laws, at least one of which
will provide for Imprisonment as j
penalty for violations These laus,
the governor says, should apply to
certain practices which have been
shown to exist by tbe Pujo comm.ttee
of the house of representatives and
other investigators.
"Tbe testimony of some of the gov
ernor's of the exchanges, ' bulier says,
' leaves no doubt in the minds ot mn
of judgment that the exchanges have
been Incapable or unwilling to deviie
measures that will effectively eradi
cate the evils. It is now obvious the
auty of the state it seems to me, to
deilse remedies, if tbe state neglects
to do Its plain duty tbe state should
find no fault If the federal government
acts in its premises."
PropoesJ Stng"nt Laws
Among the measures Governor Sui
zer would have enacted are: A la.v
to distinguish clearly proper transac
tions of purchase and sale fiom those
tbe result of combinations to raise or
ueprcss artlfically prices of a security
without regard to its value or legiti
mate supply and demand.
A law to prohibit crokers selling
backwaid and forwards among them
selves blocks of a particular stock
with the intent to deceive or mislead
outsiders.
A la- to prohibit brokers from sell
.ng on their account tbe same stocks
iii.t incy naic Deen oruerea to ouy
tor customers at the time when the
customer's orders are executed. A
law clearly prohibiting insolvent brok
ers Irom continu'ng business and to
buy or sell after they become Insol
vent
A law mak'ng it a criminal offense
to Issue a statement or publish an ad-
crtlsement as to the value of a stock
or other security or as to the financial
cond tion of any corporation and com'
'I any issuing or about to issue stocic
jor securities ithere .any promise cr
t i.Fa1iilnn f nnrflfrtKl onph n ft ctntfV
i 1'lt.uiviiuu ta wm -- 0v ib--v
went or advertisement known to be
false ot to be not fairly Justified by
nditions."
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WILL NAME SENATOR.
CAItSON CITY. Nev, Jan. 27. As-
tatnltv nm an9t will &1Clt A United
States senator to' succeed the late V.
S. Nixon at noon. Senator Pittraan j
was chosen at tbe November electIon.J
m.
TAJLI )ViTK JTAALILiX
n.
ItockcreUrr.
l husky
CONFEDERATES
TO AID SIGKLEI
widow of Gen. Longstreeli
Promises to Raise Fund
to Extricate Aged
Union- Veteran
FORGETS DEAD PAST
NEW YOHK, N. Y., Jan. 27. Mrs.
Helen D. Longstiet, widow of the
tamous confederate general, came so
the aid of her husband s cull ar foe,
viene.al Uaniel K. Sickles, today w.tn
an otier to raise ?22,47( among the
lagged and maimed followers ot
Lee to pjy Sickle's alleged debt to
tbe state of New York. Sheriff Har
Durger, who arrested Sir': .., n
a civil suit brought , ..... ....
.ecover the . j ... .......a
letter to man ot me richest men in
.New York asking them to aid tie
a&ed veieraa. Ihe sheriff addressed
nis letter to J. P. Morgan, John .
Rockeicller, Andrew Crneg e, and
450 members of the shentts panel.
composed of wealthy iXew oYrkers.
Uaibaryjr dealt gently with his
prisoner Instead of serving the or
der of arrest this meming, he Baited
until Sickles. lawyer, Daniel P. iiays,
nad arranged with a surety company
for fJO.OOO bonds for the veterans
ifoedom. Hays brought It to the
bheriffs ofllce and tney went to Sits
le's Fltth Ave. home this atternooa.
"Well, general." the sheriff greeted
hm, '"as a bit ot formal,, business to
day you know 1 have to serve tnco
papers. 1 am sorry that Or have to do
so, but 1 have no choice."
'AH right" "Sickles replied, tossing
the unopened order and complaint n
bis lib.ary table. YouTe one of the
best friends I have, sheriff.'
'the iond was placed fcefore th
general and he signea it in a flow in;;
band.
"That hasdwriLng is not so bad tor
a man more than ill years old, sheriff. '
lie commented.
When tne sheriff left. Sickles shook
bands and renewed his declarations of
friendship.
ON ELECTION EXPENSES
Measure to Proceed to Last Campa'Qn
Is Approved by Committee
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 27.
The proposal made by Senator C!i-p
to end the Investigation into ca:npaln
expenditures to cover the general
election exense of 1912 was approved
today by the senate committee on eon
tlnevnt expenses. The senate investi
gation committee thug for has cov
ered the campaign of 1501 and 1W
-nd the primary cam 'a gn of r'ls. bt
had not tbe authority to look into n-j
expenditures of the presidential Hstit
ending Nov. 5.
CI-PP will make another cfort o
secure the apodtlon of his re-ohUon
by the senate this week.
COPPER METAL MARKET
NEW YOIIK. N. Y Jan. 27. Cop-
l-er quleL electrolytic 1650. Arrivals
333 tons; exports this month 19.33..
Ions. London copptr weak;
NUMBER 32G.
IWILL BREAK
CONFERENCE
1 BALKANS
Note Is Sent to Turks That
Negotiations for Peace are
Proposed to Cease Unless
Terms Accepted.
SITTINGS SUSPENDED
PAST THREE WEEKS
Ottoman Plenipotentiaries
and Minister Term Act
One of Intimidation and
Speak of Concessions.
LONDON, England. Jan. 27. The
special committe appointed by the
llalkan plenipotentiaries drafted to
day a note noticing the Turkish plen
ipotentiaries that they proposed to
break or the peaco negotiations. The
note was not submitted to the Balkan
delegations, which beld no meeting
today Inste-id the delecates gave n
luncheon in celebration of the Saint
day of Sala. the ikitron saint of the
Orthodox church.j
The note, as drafted, is ver brief,
it reminds the Turks that the sittings
of the peace conference have been
appended since Jntr?"'C, without
Turkey making any Hoc toward a
resumption, while evoMsTal Constan
tinople are the best proof of.Turkeys
answer to the demands of the allies.
rflltfwrnlntr At.Ahl. .....I .t. .
islands, to be negative. On this ac
count, unless the Turkish delegation
has freih proiiosals, the note point
out tho allies see no alternative biu
to break the negotiations definitely.
Terms Allies Obstinate.
Rechad Pasha, head of the Turkish
delegation. In an Interview tonlglu
said that he regretted deeply the ob
stinacy of the allies, which, ha de
clared, are not only against Turkey's
interests, but against their own. He
added' "This obstinacy is more re
grettable because, while Bulgaria doe3
not need Adrlanoptc. Either for de
fensive or offensive purposes, the
tewn Is indibpensible to Turkey oi
account of historic sentimental, and
religious associations. l,t is a fact
tl.nt Turkey wili be weaker from a
military paint of. view by retainlns
possession of Adrianople than with
-in 1L for a whole army Is now imo
bile inside that fortress.
Wants Mutual Concessions.
"Turkey has shown a yielding spirit
toward the allirs, ceding a lm-get
area than their own countries before
the war What is he use of assemb
ling a conference If the allies are de
termined to make no concessions
whatever. The object of conferences
has always been to ilnd a compromise
through mutual giving way. If th,
allies played the noble part by re
nounclnp Adrianopre. Turkey might
become the friend and ally of Bui
garta, as Austria became the friend
and ally of Germany after the war
of 1866. It Bulgaria ever gets Adri
anople it will be an Insurmountable
gulf between the two countries and
races. The spirit revenge in Turkey
will be stronger and deeper than that
which Is still left in France over the
loss of Alsace Lorraine forty two
years ago."
INTIMIDATION IS ALLEGED.
Acting Foreign Minister of Turkey
Terms Course In Line with
Other Conduct.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Jar.
27. Prince Said Ilalhn, rrcsident o.
the council of state aed secretary of
the committee ot union and progress
has been appointed minister of for
eign afTitlrs.
The first industrial act of the new
sroromT-ent was the granting of a
concession to a German group for the
construction of an underground rai.
road from Itayezid. in Samboul, to
Chichi i, the farthest quarter ot Pera
The railroad will run under the Gold
tn Horn. It Is understood that the
German bank will give Turkey finan
cial aid in returri, tart the bank denies
this report.
Tbe acting foreign minister char
acterizes the allies' proposal to re
nounce the armistice as another ex
ample or the attempted intimidation
to which Turkey Is becoming accus
tomed. DIES OF PNEUMONIA
KIN0.MAN. Ariz, Jan. 27. James
Arthur, the fifteer year old son of
E. F. Thompson. Arizona commission
cr to the Panama-Pacific exposition,
died here today of pneumonia.
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