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Interesting A rizona and General Matters of Local Character
.... u.itu. umu.i iu,ti,fv. bUMJAY IVlUKlSlNG, DECfcMlitK 14, 1913
HILL Si MARSHALL IN STftTE
WON'T DISCUSS 40 ACRE RULE
HQMESTEADERS DON RGHTGARB
" PHOENIX, Doc 13. "My visit at under which we have made our per-
Uils time has nothing to do with the TOanent improvements.
action of Secretary of the Interior "vT,"e fceI tnat tn,s matter Is so vital
rranklln K. Lane relative to homo- to our very ex,stetl. " have so
. j '. . strong a belief In your sense of Jus
steads under the Salt River valley tIce that we appoa,
project. I am Just here on a little' to eo arrange your affairs as to visit
sightseeing visit, en route to Yuma." Ue Salt River valley at an earlv
Briradier General William L. Mar- "late."
shall of Washington, consulting engl- The telegram addressed to United
neer to Secretary Lane. Stntes Senators Mark Smith and
"I am very ;nuch surprised. I Henry P. Ashurst and Congressman
didn't know a thing about Secretary 1 Hayden reads:
Lane's homestead action until I re- "At a meeting today of the home
celved a copy" of the letter that was stcaders under the Salt River project
sent John P. Orme from the seer?- t ws decided to request the secre
tary's office. That war thu fird T tary of the interior. Hon. Franklin IC
knew of it. I was in El Paso visiting
trin Tlnrrtowe ItiM.i V.W.I.U. ... 41..
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time.! Supervising Engineer L. C
njll of, tho United States Reclamation
These are the statements of Brlga-
dier General William L. Marshall,
consulting engineer to Secretary of disturbed as filed on. What is the
thle Interior Franklin K. Lane, and present status of U1I3 measure?
Supervising Enginer L. C. Hill of the '"! J- GOULD.
United States Reclamation Service, in "C J. FERGUSON,
the city now ' L. W. PETERS.
' Both men were perfectly willing to "LEONARD GEORGE.
talk-, but made no statement which "J. S. PETERSON."
would throw light on any possible Homesteaders' Attitude
future acMon, of Secretary Lane rela- Yesterday's meeting resulted In the
five to his recent reducing the home- permanent organization ot the Home
stead unit of tliis valley from 160 to steaders' Association of the Salt
forty acres. River Valley. SamF. Webb was
' "There is nothing for us to tako chosen chairman. J. J. Gould, secre
wp in this matter," said Supervising tary and ex-oflicic treasurer. Two
Engineer Hill. "Secretary Lane has committees were appointed, one on
taken action and he is over us. I am resolutions, which drafted the corn
glad to talk of the matter hut we arc nuinlcations to Lane and the Arizona
not here for that purpose." penators and congressmen, and a
i Brig. Gen. Marshall, retired, was committee on finance, of which a
formerly chief of engineers. He was Mesa banker named Baldwin Is chair
appointed consulting engineer to the man.
secretary of the Interior during the Sixteen or seventeen thousand
Taft administration. acres are affected by the proposed
Marshall and Hill have been taken ' regulation. "We take the view that
about'the valley this afternoon by-' Secretary Lane acted without giving
project engineers and will go for a
trip to the dam. The general is do-
slrous of seeing all the power planta. r'ty and have no fears but what w,e
Ail Yuma they will attend a meet- will bo fully protected after his t'n-
ing of tho board on rivers control, vestlgatlon for the purpose of coo
next week, which will endeavor to sldenng conditions existing under
figure out the most feasible method this project.
to.be permanently taken to care for
the levees of he Colorado river which
have caused m much trouble.
Marsliall and Hill came here direct
from El Paso, where they have been
looking over the Elephant Butte pro -
ject." "Elephant Butte is In first'
class shape," 'said Hill. Rapid prog-, should have been fixed, not- today,
ross is being made. Wc expect to after a great expense has been in
complete the dam In 131C. It will he currcd by the homesteaders In level
larger than the Roosevelt dam. It ing and reclaiming homestead entries
will contalr 00,000 yards, while tho and bringing them to, their present
n ... - I .. .. . --
uoosevtit nas 342,000. The Elephant
Butte , reservoir capacity will
double that of the Roo3evelt"
Another session of the homestead -
ers will be held as soon as j-eplle ' from the local markets. We must do 1 of lie addressee should be written
are received from the I communica- dairying and other such vocations, and that portion, of tho tax securely
jtions addressed to Secretary Lane Practically all our entries are on tnc fpd to the article to te sent. The
and Arizona's senators and congress- fringes or outer edges of tho valley second part Is a replica of the first
wan, dran up at yesterday's meet- Wo have been the. bulwarks for tfce,cn(1 Is '-ePt by the post ofEce for ref
Iny. f The communication to Lane more favored sections. The Jackrab- erence In case of displacement of the
reads: ! bits, coyotes and other pests have i Pscl.age. The third is a receipt
"We, the undersigned, homestead ' been driven to our homesteads from wMcli should ibe kept by the sender.
entrymen under the Salt River pro-
Ject respectfully request that the pol-! Ling Retained
Icy outlined in your recent letter to j On account of his personal acquarn
Mr. John P. Orme, president ot tho tanco with Secretary Lane, Attorney
Salt River Water Users" association, jH. M, Ling was requested by a num
approving the limitation of homestead J ber of interested persons to take up
entries to forty acres wthin the Salt 'that official's recent order pertainiiig
Itlvcr project be deferred.- In execu-1 to the reduction of homesteads, -under
tion until you- may have an opporjtlie Roosevelt project and if possible
tunity to personally investigate the get it either rescinded or modified,
conditions (existing among us and 'In compliance with this request he
DR. G. M.
54 South Broadway, CoraTiirJ street
-The iMdlaz Specialist
NerVOUS Debility J" VtpTS .2nrmmfk5tyoSr ierreTJ
and steady, erjfches yonr Uood. tanewates the , "Irte orrTnVSC S toEJunTof
sfl. restores the jtul powers ta the fahesj dee. A tenporsrr sUmacST I guarantee
Varicocele and Hydrocele CiFS2Ft''ug&.
eestloa of the dllsta! reins TanM o-llrilr IVf l, rLeeke-t X neelttyrimilaSon of blood
Is re-ntabnbed the f-opniM pans ate iek'-i mot the ntd-tlme fseilnc of warmth
liror and rttaltry speel rrtam. .o UaiT.- ojierstasss, I can pis you the anlckotJ
saiest and surest cure known to msBcel adca w
sSCAMIXAnOV JfI CONSTTlVrATJOX FEET.
G. M. FREEMAN,
i-ane. to defer action in establishing1,
Iho frtrt v.?ir. hnmaAtAfld ,it .ft
w v.rf .. .UU1VIWU UUII UI1WI
no has visited this project. Kliidly
use "our Det offices to this result.
"We understand there is a bill now
" ocngress that includes this clatiso
that the homestead unit shall not be
the matter consideration. We have
implicit faith in his honor and inte;
"One condition that should ho
sidered fn fixing the unit of home
stead entry in this section is that
most of these entrymen made entries
from six to ten years ago. Conditions
iliavc changed very much since that
time. Thst was the time the area,
condition lor irrigation and profitable
"Our holdings cannot be used for
! Intensified farming. We are too far
tho irrigated lands" concluded Webb.
Los Angeles. Cal.
Ait I1-- Eh'llch'tl Ta-
I moon Itemed Im-
proved for Blood
I Give tEe Genuine Treatment
If ma an rcSefe; from HTdlC BLOOD D15E.ULEK. vlth
tbrotr nn4 toefne. lo&r Kth. esll oa me at once
oa lei me aam-cister 10 jan cee treatment Cf toe ln
prored COti CVoslliTMn. I4. and too nre cored for Me.
So PAIN. DO U)S3 cf TIMX. no COLMi to tl Utt-ITTIL,
ytn return some thottlj nfter the tirstmeut, u It only re
quires 1 fesr misates cf Taar tiaa fey my method of d
i OUIIg 1V1CI1 tUam .Vstnrj., ,, fcrokM, down
yoor neslthf Is there A constant drain on your vitality f Tear
-rfmrjed face, darklrcled eyes, stunted deretopment, and
cnllty. bashful manner proclaim year foUy to all the workt,
ana soar yoor snecess in rxntnes. rjecanre or society Dont
JesptJr 1 1 ran rid yen cf all these rrmptoma. prepare anew
far married Ice and Bute yon once more a man anvmf men.
fil wottth Htmda.r
sent telegram on Monday to both sf
the senators and members ot congress
from this stata and also to the sec
letary himself, requesting a stay of
proceeding until n. hearing on tho
matter can be had before Anal action
Is taken. While no w ord has been re
ceived yet. Ling Is expectlrg fin early
Those uho have made entry under
the home.stead law claim that a great
Injustice would result If the order Is
carried out as outlined In the letter
of the secretary to the uater users.
Convenient Sticker for Use in
Holiday Season Get Your
Packages in Enrly Regula
tions to be Observed
Postmaster Cassiday is distributing
Insurance tags for parcel post pack
ages among local merchant1?. The
idea, as explained by him yesterday.
Is to pretent congestion which natur
ally vlH take place at the window in
tho postofflce the few days preced
ing Christmas, when evervbodv will
be rushing to get their belated pack
In connection with its parcel nost
service, the posloffice department wiU
insure packages up to the value of
?-J0. This Is merely done for the con
venience of its patrons ard to aid in
making the parcel post the method of
tho day for transporting packages.
For packages, the content? of which
are valued at $25 or lesa, tho rate for
insurance is 5 cents. Over that sum
and under $30, 10 cents 13 charged.
Parcels should have the fall return
address of the sender, preceded by
the word 'from" noted thereon, A3
well as tho completo addiess of the
addressee. Unless this roturn card Is
on the parcel it cannot lie accepted
Tho vi eight limit on merchandise Ii
eleven pounds, except on tho first
and second zones, which is twenty
pounds. Tho weight limit on books
and printed mutter Is four pounds.
Parcels are Insured against I033 and
rifling, insurance having been sub
stituted for registration.
Parcels of merchandise cannot ba
con-(registered unless pealed and prepaid '
registered unless sealed and prepaid '
at the first class rate. Patrons mnvi
write on the packare without chanz-1
ing Its classification the words:
'"Mprrv Christmas." "Please do not
Open Until Christmas," "With Pest
Wishes.' 'etc., so long as such word-
Ing does not Interfere with the ad-'
I.abels or sticker? resembling
stamps cannot be placed o nthe face
of a parcel or letter, but miy be
placed on the back. This applies to
matter in the domestic mails only.
The tag Is made in three sections.
Vj)on one part the name and address
l Pn u'e fecond section of the ta
llio portion kept by the local post
office, tho actual value of the articls
should ii written.
IS SOLD HERE
The seasons ma of the SIcNea' Co
operation Canning company has come
to a close. The total output this year
was 6,000 cans. Just twice that cf last
year. Tomatoes were again tie only
tbing run on. Beside the number of
cans of whole tomatoes the factory
put up a small amount of catsup of
The entire output of the factory
was marKetea Deiore the first can
was put up. The Phelps Dodge Mer-
anntlle company and the McNeal Mer-
canti!e company purchased the entire
output. The tomatoes which, are of
unusually fine flavor, because of ihe
natural steamcooking process, are be
ing sold at a premium.
Last year and the year previous
were practically eerlments. The
factory having proven itself to le a
winner, It Is now considered that the
company will decide to construct its
own tulldlng before next season
opens and Install machinery to output
a far larger amount than has ever he
fore been attempted in this section.
While no call has been issued", it is
now planned to hold the annual meet
ing of the stockholders on December
1C on the same day that the Mc.N'cal
fair, the fair o fthe agricultural ex
periment train and the townslte open
ing take place. At that tiaro plans
I -will b discussed.
TIE SALE OF
Ror the convenience and protection
of merchants and the public. City
Sealer of Weights and Measures
uQlck hats prepared a digest cf :be
new weights andmeasures law. The
information given has teen gathcre
irom a careful study or the law and
rulings ofj the state Inspector and at
torney general and summarizes as
Bread Must bear 'abel giving nai"
cf manufacturer, correct net wclg'
and date of making. ,'ot amended.)
Coal -Sold by weight In case f
delivery, must be accompanied by dc
lhery ticket giving grcss weight, taro
of delivery vehicles and names c
1 purchaser and dealer. "When carried
away by the purchaser, ticket need
show only actual number cf pound
Bottles (used for distilled water,
milk and cream) Capacity, name ini
tial or trade mark of dea'er must be
permanently marked upon each bot
tle (Not amended.)
Wood (cut, sawed or split) Sold by
cord. If delivered, must bo accom
panied by delivery ticket showing the
amount purchased In cords or frac
tional parts thereof and the names
of tho dealer and purchaser. When
carried away by purchaser, ticket need
show only actual number of cords or
fractional part thereof Amended.)
Ice Sold by weight. Not
. Hay (In hulk) In stack or by wag
on, sold by measurement, by an agree
ment between buyer and seller.
Hay (In bales) Sold by weight, ex
cept by agreement between buyer and
seller. Each bale must have tag at
tached showing correct weight in
pcunds or fractions of a pound. No
markings necessary in carload ship
ments. Other provisions same as
Meat (fresh) Sold by weight If de
livered must be accompanied iy de
livery ticket showing correct weight
in pounds or fractions of a pound and
names of purchaser and dealer. When
arrled away fty purchaser ticket
need show only actual
pounds or fractional
pounds or fractional part thereof.
Butter (in packages or containers)
Package or container must have
written, nrinted or stamped thereon
correct weight of contents in pounds. J
Shrinkage allowance. 2 1-2 per cent!
Wheat Flour, Buckwheat Flour,
Commeal, Rice, Beans. Sugar, Barley,
Bran, Wheat Oats, Corn, Potatoes,
Onions, Seed, Ham or Bacon (In bags,
sackfl or containers) Each sack, bag
or container must have printed ori
stamped "thereon correct weight of,
contents in pounds or oupoes or,
fractions of a pound. Shrinkage al ,
lcwance, 21-2 per cent (.'menaeu.)
Lard, Lard Compound or Lard Sub
stitutes (In cans or containers.) Each
En or container must have written'
printed or stamped thereon correct
weight of contents in pounds and
ounces or fraction of a pound.
Vinegar. Sweet Oil or Olive Oil (in
bottles or cans. Each bottle or can
must have written, printed or stamped
thereon correct quantity of contents
In gallons, quarts, pints or gills, or
fractional part thereof. (Amended.)
Delhery Ticket "Where "delivery
ticket" Is mentioned in the above, it
means the original sales ticket writ
ten with indelible, and one carbon
duplicate. The original is retained
In tho office of the seller and the car
bon must be delivered with the goods
to tho purchaser. (
Stamped, Printed or Written The
word -written" has been inserted in
ine amenuea law. This provides for
handwriting or printed with type or
Bags, Sacks, Cartons, Packagee,
Etc. Shown in parenthesis In con
nection with iutter and following
i'ems, refers to commodities put u
in such form previous to sale; und
must have stamped printed or writ
ten thereon the net weight of con.
This applies to ham and other com
modities put up in such form prerlous
to salo and must have stamped,
printed or written thereon the net
weight of contents.
This applies to ham and other com
modities delivered into the state in
crates, boxes, barrels, etaj In con
formity with' the federal law, but
wheri each separate container is not
marked. The weight shows on ham
wrapper. The weights on bur"ap tacks
shall be the weight of the ham and
may be shown by stencil or other per
Where commodities are put up from
bulk in filling orders previously re
elved by telephone, ecllcltor or oer
tho counter, the writing, printing or
stamping of the weight upon the
package Is not necessary. But such
weight should be shown upon the Bales
In dlsrussing this matter, Mr. uQlck
"There seems to be some con-
fusion among the grocers from the be
lief that every package, howevr,
small or however sold must have
written or stamped thereon the ex
act weight, avoirdupois. A careful
reading of this digest will show, as
explained at the recent meeting ot
grocers, that this is not the Inter
pretation placed upon the law by the
Inspectors and will not be so en
forced. But the article given above
are specifically mentioned in the law;
and dealers of these commodities
should without question conform to
the provisions regulaUng theirsala."
W. H. Brophy returned yesterday
from Phoenix; where he attended tho
trial ot the alleged conspiracy cases.
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The Train (No Extra Fare)
Throe steel Standard Sleepers.
Compartments (separate 'or
Sections, Lower or Upper Berths.
Library, Magazines, Writing Desk,
Phone Connections at Important
stations. News and Stock Reports
Dining Car .
Advantage of three great markets
Saa TVancisso, Loa Angeles,
Ono Pullman , tourist sleeper
through to Washington, D. C
Fvery day to New Orleans.
Close connections at New Orleans
with limited trains north aad
Two nights to New Orloaaa.
Three nights to Chicago.
Four nights to New York.
Southern Pacific 8teamh!ps leave
New Orleans Wednesdays and Sat
urdays for New York. Fares the
same as all rail and Include berth
and meals) oa ship.
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The EiqpMltlefl Llnft 1015.
By WILL IRWIN
I f Author 0
T& Qtu Thai Wat
Swtrntivia by Kiny GriittagtY A
Cpjrriifc ion. Tin BotU-Wn ' j-v -.,
Rosalie Lo Orange and every ono
elso most vitally concerted In thei
Wade-Hanska case had considered it
best that she, the too-romantic heroine
of these events, should be in hiding
when Lawrence Wade came out of tho
Tombs, a free man. One must con
sider tho newspapers always the
newspapers, with their photographers,
their special writers, their Insistence
on the "human interest" features ot
the celebrated case. So even beforo
Captain McGee hashed to the head
quarters reporters that Margarita Pe
rez, detained in tho criminal ward at
Bellevue hospital, wa the solvent of
the Hanska case. Rosalie removed her
secretly to this friendly country place
near Arden. Days followed In which
the reporters tracked Lawrence Wade
at all hours In order to discover him in
the act of meeting Constance. In that
period, he scarcely dared write, lest
the address on an envelope might be
tray her whereabouts. Now, in the
general march of events, the interest
in the Hanska case had become duU.
And today, in this very hour, he was
coming with what message on his
In the distance sounded the whistle
of a locomotive: a column of whltn
I smoke rose above the bare trees. She
glanced at the watch on her wrist
This was his train. In five minutes ho
would emerge to view from behind
that clump of trees. In flvo minutes,
she would know.
Was. it honor with him or was it
something else? How far be would go
for honor's sake, she knew best of aU.
It was like htm to refuse the consola
tion of her love at a time when a ten
der from him might mean only shame
-f"b; -But did ha love .her stlll? Sup-
poee that she had become to him only
tho Incarnate symbol of his trouble?
Suppose that the thought of her, now,
only renewed those meditations on
shameful death which must havo
haunted his nights in prison? Such
things, she knew, had happened must
A step crackled on the dried leaves
about the turn of the path. From about
one of the bare brown trunks appeared
a man's figure. And at the sight, a
very calm of indifference settled over
tho spirit of Constance. So tho de
votee who has anticipated the sacra
ment through nights and days of rap
tures finds herself, as the priest ap
proaches, without a ripple of emotion;
so the coward, who h3 shivered
through eternities of agony at the
thought 6f the ax, finds himself in
capable of thought or feeling or action
in the presence of the headsman. She
simply leaned against the pillar, her
soul as blank as her eyes.
His step quickened as he perceived
her, but he said no word. Now he had
come so close that he might almost
touch her; and she, still leaning
against tho pillar, moved neither hand
nor tongue nor eye. He stood close be
side her on the piazza and
"Foreverl 1 he said.
Constance swayed forward into his
outstretched waiting arms..
Happy Ever Aftep.
Senar Juan Perez,
.. j .... A '.
' .r.V"l" !friastmontn.an?
.. h... w uu uwb tJYeijriuiug IB gor
ing well with you. Thank yotijfo i thi
picture. I see you're Just as handsome
as, ever. If you wear those qiQtsftei a?j
uit iime, mougn, your laundry bllK'
must be something fierce, $oti&iU&
tin and I are glad you're rkrai&?in'e
In a business way. I knew $cfc'itvJll,
once you settled dawn guess the iolt
I helped you. But I am most pleased to
near tnat your sister is beginning toj
Bet. suouer m ner reelings to me. Lord
knows, everything I did was for the
beat. Am also glad to hear that her
j health la good arm .he B getting stout.
j I bet she's as handsome a a picture.
now she hasn't anything on her mind.
I In regard to a certain event three
(years ago, would say that it'6 all
blowed over. Marty still drops in at ,
headquarters a good deal, and I had
him look it up. He says It would bo
perfectly sate for a certain party to K J
, back to Port of Spain, though he
I wouldn't advise visiting this land ot
, the tree and the home of the brave for
, quite some time. Not that he expects
1 anything would happen but it's best
1 to be on- the safe side.
Well, Martin and I are getting on
fine. He comes up for re-election In
November fact is we're campaigning
now and it looks like a sure thing.
Martin still thinks I'm the smartest
and. prettiest in the world, and I take
;are that he won't get on to me but
oh. my dear, my massage bills are
Now as regards friends of yours and
mine, 111 tell you all the news I've god
Do you remember that Miss Herding
In the boarding house? She's Marty's
Btenocrapher now,, and a. mlzhtx tood
one. We're 10 afraid ehe'U'get mar
ried sometime, and Marty will lose
her. Miss Jones Is married lives
somewhere up Yonkers way. Mrs.
Moore hasgono over to Jersey to keep
house for an old uncle. Guess she exr
pects some money from him when he
Betsy-Barbara and Mr. North live In.
a little house on' Long Island, and Mr.
North commutes. He's making so
much money he says he's ashamed of
it They have, twin boys, and If ever
I saw limbs woll Betsy-Barbara is oa
the Jump all the time keeping them
from committing fifty-seven varieties
"Foreverl" He Said.
of murder and suicide they've thought
out for themselves. Martin says he's
glad he's given up his old job, for it
certainly would be up to him to get
them both "life" some day. But I no
tice he'ts ready to go over there every
time we're Invited, and he spends tho
whole time playing with those young
sters. The Wades are still abroad. Their
little daughter was born In Florence.
Mrs. Wade nearly died, but she didn't
mind that child. Judging by the pic
tures they've sent, is a perfect little
angel. Mrs. Wade says her name Is
Betsy-Barbara and she's the apple of
her father's eye. They'll come back
Well, I guess that's about all. I gave
Marty your invitation, but he says he
can't. seo time ahead to take a long
vacation. If we ever can, we'll come
down there and visit you with great
pleasure. And so, with love to your
sister and beBt wishes to yourself, In
which my husband joins me, I remain,
New York, October 2, 19. i
How to Bankrupt the Doctors..,
A prominent New York physician
says, "If it were not for the thin
1 stockings and thin soled shoes worn,
by -women tho doctors would probably,
Iks bankrupt." When you contract a
, cold o not wait for it to develop In
1 to pneumonia but treat it, at once
I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is ln
tended especially for coughs and co ds.
a,nd has X?on a -H-hle reputation by It
cures of these diseases. It Is most
effectual and Is pleasant and safe to1
take. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Eat less meat If you feel Backachy cr
Bladder troubles you Salts Is
fine for Kidneys
Meat forms uric acid whicn excrW3
and overworks th0 kIdney3 la their
efTorts to filter It from tho sysjtem.
Recular eaters or meat must flush the
kidneys occasionally. You must re
lieve them like you relieve your
bowels: removing all " the acid?,
waste and poison, else you feel a dull
miserv in the kidney region, sharp
pains in the back or sick headach
dizziness, your stomach sours, tonguo
is coated and when the weather is bad
you have rheumatic twinges. The
urine is cloudy, full of sediment; the
channels often get Irritated, obliging
you to get up two or three times d ur
ine the night.
To neutralize these irritating acidi
and flush off the body's urinous waste
ret about four ounces of Jad Salts
from nay pharmacy; tako a table-
spoonful in a glass of water beforb
broakfast for a few days and,' yW
krineys will then act fine and bladder
disorders disappear. This famous
salts is made from the acid of grape
and lemon Julcf. combined with llthia.
find has been used for generations tp
clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys,
and stop bladder Irritation. Jad SalU
Is inexpensive; harmless and makes a
delightful effervescent Hthfa-water
drink which millions ot men and
women tako now and then, thus avoid
ing serious kidney and bladder di
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