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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
SPEAKER'S CH AIR jlGE KRQOK TO TO SINK TEETH FOREIGN CORPORATIONS
lb Ml VACANT
Sam Bradner Decides to Retain Job Of
- ft J
Presiding Uver Assembly and Elec
tion is Unnecessary.
l inn of n .successor to ilic1
,. of the legislature which
agitating several ambitious
lis been settled by Speak
himself, lie lias with-
letter of resignation which
iKiinI for the scramble for
i 'l at the same time tend
(i situation as secretary to
Hit I 'lows a copy of the corres-
tf!!,i; mi the matter:
Hn (if W V. Hunt,
Oriii.r of Arizona,
Sir I herewith beg to withdraw
ty rrnKitation, tendered to you on
it infct., as a member of the
teste i f representatives of the first
ate legislature of Arizona; and in
imucli ;i I have not yet been ad
nil if I'nir action, if any you have
-Am. mi the matter, venture to cx-
;tm tlic hoic that no inconvenience
at been caused.
My resignation was submitted in
a I ir.wwt fntlll nt it cri-rnnl
-jc wit""1 n - --
cpotsiW'' for me to do justice by
-i constituency and continue to
. . ....
.i-rtv hit orm mv oiucr mines.
iVon "it re mature rciicction anti
tnsMlfMtion, However, i am convin
td il-at my first obligation is to the
tr,tlc f I ochisc county, who elect-
i ... - r.iwi if tlipir riiiri'rttt.iltv'r(
nil tli..t the proper solution of the
nli which I am confront-
J iidt to shirk the responsibility
ht jdacid upon me, but to rclin-
!it".i utth other duties as may con-
. tti. iii- t iLf iifir. i mil iiiprr
:tt submitting to the live stock
....-in Iw.inl mv resiLMialion as scc-
i v. unnecessary for me to point
st 1 1 yi ii that an election in Co
he county, which would be ncccs
av in the event of my resignation
i i member of the legislature.
would entail upon (IC taxpayers' of
l Hat countv mi i-vi...o ..t t
IVU ir ui IIUIII 21-
to ? 1..WK) This is a consi.lT;-
"" i Miii.cicnl importance, I
Mink, to deinan.I my f compliance
with the terms of the cotnini.vl fin
Ktvi-n inc by the people. In addition
; not, me operation of the mach
inery of the flection laws would in
volve a delay of seventy or eighty
days before my successor could qual
ify, and a considerable portion of the
approaching special session of the
legislature will doubtless elapse
within that period. It is not right
that Cochise county should be de
prived of a portion of its just re
presentation during any period of
the legislature and I therefore with
draw my resignation as a member
Yours very respectfully,
SAM H. BRADN'IiK.
The following is the governor's
November 15, 1912.
Sir: 1 desire to acknowledge re
ceipt of your letter of the 14th inst.
advising me that your resignation as
a member of the house of represen
tatives of the first state legislature
of Arizona, which you tendered on
the 12th inst., has been withdrawn.
I think that the motives which im
pcllcd you to withdraw your rcigna
lion are excellent, and that the rea
sons, which you give for your action,
are of the kind that will surely meet
with the favor of the eitiens of Co
chise count. I am gratified to
know that you are to continue your
good services as a member of the
(Signed) GKO. W. P. lit NT,
Governor of Arizona.
lion Sam llradncr,
Secretary Live Stock Sanitary
Hoard. State House.
rTL ... Hero of Manila Bay Will
Mohave county, occupied the bench
yesterday in the Superior Court In
i ns city, for the greater portion of
uie nay, owing to the disqualifica
tion of Judge !. O. Smith, to hear
certain cases, among which were Ihc
Walter Hill vs. Richards Hros..
(From Tuesday1 Dully;
Ilrillt.l.lv Willi. Illfttlctrlnl .1. ....
....... t ....... ...... l! . . ....... I -".n-"-- ...,..., .......j,. .... ukiiii
"ll"M,,,lK U sup,,- ()f R. Sa ,akc K()l)C( wns onc of
, , the many visitors at the Yavapai
Dahlin vs. Waller Hill, tirkfit ll till rill ir tlm ITi pel Arivnhi
t -II IIUKIHI l,ip, IIIW 0 MllhWIIII
which went over according to stipu- State Fair, who commented upon
i.iiiiinit. ,i, !,-.,., ,, ,:, ,i, t;i
1 ..I.. v.i.ij ... tnv i.t.ii ,ri mi
Dowdy vs. Zieglcr, the order set- High County. He wanted an es-
ting the case for trial on X'ovrnt- occiallv fine box of ncars to send
her 18, was ordered to be set aside, to Admiral George Dewey, U. S. N
Arguments on a demurrer were retired. It appears that Mr. White,
heard in the case of Mrs. Marconi who is an old friend of the Atlmir-
s. the S. !. J1, ft P. Railway Com-lal's, has been sending him a box of
pany, in which is involved damages western fruit yearly for many years
lor occupying certain lauds on North but that no Arizona apples have yet
Montezuma street. been passed upon by our naval
Ihc case of J. K. Coatcs vs. S. F, hero,
or I . Railway Company,' a damage Ovrrhcarimr Mr. While's remark.
suit, was called, and the trial will Secretary Frascr assured him that
laAc. J,lacc ,(M,ay ''eforc a jury. Over )c would get the Admiral a box of
s,uuu is asked by the plaintiff. A Yavapai County apples which would
special venire of twenty-five jury- put his remembrance of any other
men was issued returnable this nroduct entirely "on the blink:" and
morning at 10 o'clock, of the fol- he immediately wrote to Mr. Will L.
lowing citizens: S. P. Hill, Thomns Clark of Jerome, throwing himncir
vCi-m;.... r a ii t? ti .. .. ... ...
......rM.i.H, ,,. wi.iuuK, j. , 0p lc generosity oi tuc laucr. .Mr.
Meek, P. Jolly, John Smith, T. I). Clark responded immediately, send-
McCormick. V. A. Smith, Ii. S. iK a large box of finest Winter
Pcttes, J. S. Thurman, J. S. Rcilly, Pcarmaiu beauties, chosen with lov-
W. A. Stortz, William Christman, K Carc from the pick of the Unit-
Charles I lusted, C. Ii. Stewart, A. c, Vertle Company's orchards in the
G. Curtis, Jr.. Thomas F. Drew, celebrated Verde Valley. Mr. Clark
George Mcrwin, John Iisser, R. W. not only felt proud "to make this
.Meailor, II. If. Keays, J. L, Zook. Kjf, j prepaid all charges to Prcs
J. H. Johnson, John Kinney, J. II Cott and vesterdav the case was sent
Cyra. jr. White in Chicauo for for-
Hcfore Judge Smith in the case of w.irdinir to the Hero of Manila Hay.
i . . i
i.e.ssarti vs. ourmisier, arKiimcTus
or a new trial were ordered con
tinued until November .10th.
The decree ordering the approv
ing of the accounts of the adminis
trator in the estate of John Ticd-
tuan, deceased, was ordered Tiled. A
cash balance of $107.17 was to the
credit of the estate.
vm a ft m m nnni i
r mmt mm mw mm m mmw -mmy mmw m m i
flilli IN CUFF
lectures will he delivered in the an
ditoritim of the High School, in
stead of al the cars as noted above
The work of the State University
and the Agricultural Experiment
State, is thus being brought to Yav.v
Jpai Countv homes through the in
strumeiitalitv of W. A. Drake, gen
Ural manager of the Santa Fe lines
wih headquarters in this city.
Everyone interested in the future
ilcvplonment of the Mile High Coun
ty should aid by his presence and
active personal co-operation this
great work, if only for the reason
tlinl i was made nossible by the
thoughtfulne.s and generosity of
Pn'si'ott railroad men.
Ill this connection, it may be of
interest to add that each program
will Inrliule a few remarks by Mr.
Drake or sonic other railroad auth
ority on the subject of Ui-opera
skull Vallev and Prescott will en
joy the same programs, for which
have been selected men thoroughly
conversant with the subjects chosen
... ,.f im.t inttrett to farmers, hor
ticulturists Komi roans anvoi.ur
I ruin Tuesday's Daily.)
small sample of age-darkened
uv ,md Indian corn was received
tuttrlaj from Myron Cummings,
tin ff the School of Arts and Sci
3tf I'n versity of Utah, Salt Lake
Wt nine ago, on his Canadian
h. Herniary Eraser saw a brief
purt in one of the Denver papers
mnhlii' tin. ilUrriviTV bv Profcs-
I' ' MHt I . Ml
Cummmgs of sonic ancient cliff and dairymen. Dry i-arimug w"
'filing in Northern Arizona and ' be one of the principal subdivisions
immediately opened correspon- included Hi tuese er r v
"l (itmmings a sample of the ' rt ,.,. n : co unction
Pllrr I -I "'"": ' C.
" -' t-ti. ...l.l, ti.nt nl l ie I'.xtieriinem
I "The corn and beans." writes . ,i1P High School Auditorium
p Ctinimings, "were found in a President John v. ''.. "r,.' ..
t'tt olla which had been sunk be
h the level of the floor in one of
room, of the cliff-house in Hoko
rW, Vorthern Arizona.
"We liave named this house the
Pl woir.iii House' because of a
fft f.urt of the 'Hal-woman' found
r'hc rear wall of the cave. 1 will
Pi you a photograph of tins
Mr as soon as X can get some
frofesMir Cuinmings writes that
'fit suds are being tested as to
f l ibihty of germination at
''iii.ersity, Salt Lake City. Fras-
HI give Mr. Cruickshank some
"!y hoping that he can demon-
lute tlif fertility of the seed in the
r1 noiiM on ilic Plaza.
WILL HE HERE THURSDAY
:Vfnn.iV. n... ..f -I- Cham
Mill -----n ,.. i
i .. ..f r.,Minwrn iiicrliiii: will l)
.1...,. in order to give full
.,. lectures. All are iiivit
cd. The programs follow
n.ii, ... It n II,. At r
Depot. Inspection of " ,,ro
.lure Machinery and livestock.
, t'of'Dai;; KlW. R. W
C n in-"l)rv I'armHiK
u" Prof A M MrCJ.nie: "Decidu
"' ..' ..V." i, nr A W. Morrill
.-. '.i. iimU." Prof G. Ii. .J
:V w c " Prof N M. McO.nie
out," Prof J I' l,,,kI,
Xh" irti Wicultural Demonstra-
tn "am for farmer, in the his
; 'f rizona will leave Phoenix
I'ftfaj 'uxt with three ears carry-
' rM'Tial arranged to leach ihc
''. H needs of more skilled
l'" f ... ..!...
I ,n' the stoos to be made in
I' '.''I C 1)11111 v. iltnai. nf narticuhir
' 'r are Skull Valley and
r'; The train will reach Skull
"K t 11 M) Weilii.dav. Novein
tr -mil remain until U:.ln I'-
'r v.i i' in ProKt'oit at y:.iu a.
,. t '.!. November 21. Pro
' "I be carried out at the
r c iipot in the afternoon am
a"''iioriiim of the High School
,,, Mimg. ...
, .. "t public school putiils. will
, ""'r'l by Siiiicrinteiulent HaKcr
.V11'1 of viewing the exhibits
' 1 " I' n,in. ..f 'I'lillrKllnV. If till!
Find Out About Fruit
WILL FLOCK TO
AT OUR FINE
MUST COMPLY WITH LAW
Cannot Defend in Court or Institute
Actions Otherwise Business Men ;
Should be Cautious
'it. . ? '
.... ..... (Prom Tuesday's Daily.)
Forcyftfl'corp'orations must comply
with the Ipws of the State requiring
them before transaction of business
here to file certified copies of their
charter with the Secretary of State
and appoint an agent on whom pro
cess may be versed, else suffer the
disability 'of being unable to defend
or institute court actions.
In view i f. Ihe decision of Judge
DulTy, handed down from the bench
in Mohave county, foreign corpora
tions had better get busy very cpuck
or suffer the consequence. Mention
of the case was inadc in Saturday s
issue of the" journal-Miner but by
reason of its importance and far
reaching effect, more extended men
tion is given,
It might hcj, well, too, for all per
sons doing business of any kind with
foreign corporations to take warn
ing and protect themselves unless
they are indifferent to being "stung."
Recently, it i'nid, Mich an instance
occurred in this county, the result
being that a man was financially
ruined. The acts of, the Mohave
county case arc as follows:
The Young Construction Company
a corporation organized under the
laws of the' State of California, en
tered into a contract with C. II.
Van Deinan for ihe construction of
a stamp mill Complete in Mohave
County, Arizona The contract was,
according to the statement of the
company, fully carried out and per
formed, and the contract price was
fully paid. During and after the
construction of the mill, the com
pany claims that it furnished certain
aucnt noon whom tirocess miuht bo
served, and that by reason of thittj '
failure all its acts were, according tot
the provisions of the statutes, wholly
void, and that it could not maintain
any action in the courts of Arizona.
The plaintiff met this situation by
attempting to show that the trans
action was one of interstate com
merce, and that the statute in ques
tion was otherwise inapplicable be
cause the entire deal constituted but ,
a single act, and could not therefore
be considered as the tarrying on of
business, its position being that un
less it was shown to have bectrcarr
rying on business regularly it was
not subject to the law.
The Court held, however, that .
there wa nothing in the itemized , ,
bill for the "extras" which could b ,
considered ai interstate commerce;
therefore the plaintiff was not pro-
tectcd by the provision of the consti
tution of the United States which
vests in Congress the exclusive right :
to regulate commerce between the
states. It nlso held that it appeared
from the record of the case that the
plaintiff had transacted various acU
of business; its own complaint show
ing that it had not only completed
the original contract of construction,
which required nearly a year, but
that it had also undertaken and per
formed many ottycr acts of busi
ness, many of them independent of
the contract, in the furnishing and
performing of the so-called "extras."
There was evidence before the court,
moreover, that the plaintiff had en
tered into and carried out other con-
"extras" in the way of building ajslruction contracts in Mohave Conn
hoist house, repairing certain other
houses, freighting, boarding men,
furnishing certain material, etc. For
the alleged non-payment of these
( From Tuesday's Daily.)
Inhibitors of small lots of decidu
ous fruits at the recently closei
State Fair, who were wondering
what has become of their entries,
may be interested in the news that
there are on exhibit at the Los Ange
les Chamber of Commerce some
1 1 v : 1 ..,!.....:....
As a result of ihe trip of Secretary ) " -
Fraser of the Chamber of Com- ",r N" ,
merce to New Mexico last week, WK". ?TS '
several health seekers have chosen ,.,,oc",x "onr.l if I rn.lc section at
Prescott as "The Place to Live" this '"iimer m commerce ..
i Mrr,..,....,,,..,, vt..r.. Mu. in the Angel City, writes Secretary
made 'between the local secretary "ser that she ha had representa
and the secretary at the oldest city jv f the LosAngeles papers view
tv. so that it was, in the judgment
of the court, clearly within the pur
view of the law.
The court also held that to rc-
"extras." the Young Construction i lieve foreign corporations under
r I .1.. ! 1.. tft rti.Miiiiiiliiii.il. fr.iltl ill.- fltkm
company oroiigu, s,i in iun.ivr t hum- iiihhiiiiihi.ij . ....... ..... ........
County again Van Deinan and the tion of the law, would be to afford
Ruth Gold- .Mines. Company, upon such corporations an anvamagc over
whose properly (he mill had been
constructed, and in whose behalf the
"extras" had been contracted for,
as it was claimed.
The defendants contended, by way
of jdea in abatement, that, the., jIain
tiff. being a foreign corporation, had
not complied with the lawn Of Ari
zona requiring such corporations,
before transacting any business in
this Stale, to file duly certified cop
ies of their charters with the Sccre
tarv of State, and to anpoiut Itu
domestic corporations, and this, as
the court held, could not possibly
have been the legislative intent.
The case of Ilabbitt vs. Field, de
cided by our Supreme Court some
years' prior to the revision of 1901,
was relied on strongly by the plain
tlffl' but - the court, considering the
radical difference between the stat
ute that controlled that case and the
statute of 1901, which governed the
present case, held that it was not
NORTHERN ROUTE PRE
FERABLE FOR HIGHWAY
ft-'rom aunOny'i Dally.)
John S. Mitchell, recently elected
president of the Tri-Statcs Good
Roads Association, while returning
....... ...I iiiifi.i mil' Hnrriiiii'iis til ilic .Miit;-
iii t ie un ten states wucreoy visi- - - , . ... ,
..... ...... .... i. i High County fruit. Views have been
the two resorts. The result of this I taken ami publicity is bound to
"entente cordial" can heardly be "' j - " " " to AlKcIc, from Sa.itn Fc. X.
overestimated; for, with the comple- L"A"KC " . U . r. Ul.. emi.ha icallv. declared himself as
.!.. ,,f V.,tn.i.il M ,-Wnv rn. !'"" Mimnii, uif .it....Ki. .... .. - ...
. "... I :..'i c ; " r. "ui. Vi... lot of six being one and three-quar-
HCCJIIIK MlM.II.t. O...I1.. .t: ' I I, ..-.l. C ir,n..b
Mil.. H ull C iv. it nrraries can be " "
. ..iii'ccnu TO
bUMTrSDAl"K IS NAMED
Annnuno.,nt,r( "'ndc Friday
,.. .mhutm... ""," (if i.ri.iucs,
.rm r ... - -
buildiim and " ,,, ,his
Ii" 1 iV I. luinJ
'' ' . i...i.,...n mi been the
Mate ir Prcfiui. and i'
flice .,'rit,r ,iilon.
well Mualirieil , ' V ri.K8rded as
jn fact hr " r ge
the right man J ,,, rni
"'S ' M ' U resumed
will M'll tn0' ql''
.i. : ii
:.. i..., i. WIKKins was so iiiucii iiiiiirenteii
mailt' itu .iiiio i.Miiiptn uuiii , , ,. ., ,
chamber's, insuring visits to bric M ' ''' , f" t ."J
points of interest in and about Prcs- " fr,, vn.' ' t
cott. Camp Verhe and other North- 'f Arkansas Macks fro .. nvapa
. .wi,,l .w.imv in nil ms.n County iii the center of the front
" " ..i.:i.:. i. ..it
lll ill 1.. . I... T. I.I...I ..f
. t. T D Dflkl rlWTJ I UIS Will IIC IIIC 1IIIVRI HIHII .!
Ulftli un wtw , . - '...n..r.l r, IV oil. I
IIV 1IPAUV MAnitNR "'" H w.
' .Secretary Fraser will be glad to
' I I ...l..v ...III ...n..I.lA .. nt till.
... t t T.ll 1 le.llll IVIUI Will MUMIUV II ... iw
Mi tin ornuinic nccnicni ovrnouK .trt,nrtii.l.. fr hi. nr
, ltiliiriv in w-iiiimm' i" ......
" " V' 'l.l .i,...,l.,..7 V.f Mr CANNOT HOLD OFFICE
. t Mr..' C W. llauser. sustained OR SERVE AS JUKOKS,
incli niiiries bv being run over ny
the ear that an operation was resort- (f?rnm Sunday's Dnlly.)
r.l to at Mercy Hospital yesieriia Tc wonic f Arizona now have
that probably saved her life, ac- JC f , ca5l tJlcjr ,ats !1S
cording to the report made later ., , , v ,,cc acc( ,,
by ntlemliiiK' phyislc ans. , r(.KjsU.r The most often asked
At the time oi me ,ro.e. o. ,MeMjon j c drcles is as to
car oi hhumt, iih Whether or not with their qualifica-
iiU t-.-iff. two sons and daughter, was ,i.,, .iit ,.i.r ii
,. .. . - ,111111 n ..v.if,. ..... ..i. ...v
backing up alter iruumc n..i "s-,- ficllj nB flt material for jury service
en on tne gra.ie. . t,,. ni taxation.
standing on the running board. Ihe Srvi.ra1 attorneys seen yesterday
1 l. I. im t.t I llM ftf Allllll 1
suiiiien jar uir, n, answered both questions with a posi
and the front wheel of the Cadillac . . s,.ccnct v0
.. . tiini 220.127.116.1111 fivrr minim i k . i .1.... 'j-rui . . r .1...
1.11, in. iv - ' .' Arcoriimg DCVIHIM .oi 111 nit;
iiassed over; her body. Mie r wns .. , , statutes of Arizona, which
badly bruised up. ami alter a ogiio- r crj,c(l ,. m,alifications of a
sis had Deen inane ny i ' , . juror in this state, it is plainly set
n.Hiie. of HoStOll. Olie Of the .part .-.l. .1.. ll,,. tnr.r imml lii :i
in another car following, it . was ..ia,c cj,7CI, of thc United States."
foiiuil that sue nan su,.ut,i 1,1. Th, j,JCjf w0,, act n5 a )ar to
iuI injuries. Ibis was substantiated , 5crving until the legislature
after the operation xyn nerforinc.L h ,
The little sujierrr wmi mw. i'-s. .,-jcn. (s ,ifctakcn idea which
will defer the trip to the coast for . t.r.(111),.,i , ,ic.. ,i,c election
several days. ,,nt t, rjK,t to vote involved the
The tourists occupied six- autos, . . ( oft-rj., t1I),
and are en route from various o " is )u ym,.It 0( vM meK Snwc of
in the east to the co nst. A' 1 tliev has been conferred tmon thc
them are .ir. , w-omeii. However, there Is a move
favoring the ..Northern Arizona route
in the Oceau-to-Ocean highway
Mr. Mitchell is the president of
the llassayaitiper Club and i(lso the
proprietor of the popular llollcnbe.ck
hotel in Los Angeles, in all a rep
resentative ciUzfcu of the coast. To
a representative of Ihe Journal-Miner
he staled: "There is no use in
denying r setting aside the claims
of the four northern counties of
Arizona as the route on which lo
build the transcontinental highway.
After the road enters thc state at
Springcrville, for instance, the fasci
nating scenery, the points of his
torical interest, .the line grade avail
able, form a' trinity of attractions
that the southern line cannot claim
and should not aspire to being re-
PARSONS IS READY
WITH HIS STETSON.
(From Sunday's Dally.)
Now that Sam II. llradncr, a mem
ber of the state legislature front
Cochise county, and also secretary
Of thc state sautiary livestock board
has tendered his resignation to the
governor as he has said lie would,
it will be up to the governor to calf
a special election in Cochise county
to fill his place , Attorney A. K
Parsons, 'of Douglas, is said to be it
a receptive attitude and will in air
probability shy bis Stetson into the
circle as a candidate, This, at least,
i a the statement made yesterday by
a friend of thc genial local attor
ney and former member of thc con
Mr. Parsons' friends feel that he
should have an excellent oltancv of
winning out in Ihc election. Mr.
Parsons has taken a prominent part
In polities. He was a member of the
constitutional convention which
framed the laws governing the state.
He was" also a candidate, before the
primaries for the United States
senatorship, last year, but withdrew
before the election was held,
The law requires that where any
member of thc legislature resigns
during bis term of oflicct the vacan-
"The road ma- be built through
. i . . .. t...
the southern part , e M"e . o , , - , fi, d , fl , , ,
when the tHirtl.crii counties take . ,( wIic, , ',)C rmmcdiafrly
from Sprnigerville west, no one can
compel tourists lo go south and
leave all' the attractions 01 me norm
What the eastern
the run acros
New York city. Mr. and -Mrs. j( 11 1 nn fo(), , ,,, xUmvSx a m
j lodge aim imihij. plneimr women upon an equality
j. S. Hill, and sons, of .Moulrosc, . , eJ jn B rc,cctfci ns regards
Colorado, Dr. Y. H. iJauie and civj, r, ,Mfc s,101l ,,, J)C (ole
friends of Hottou. and other who tJlpy wfM,(, ,av. ,() ,)Dy ,, ,x ,
continued south, in an oer tuirij .. , ,aiinpr a. ,i,. men and
people Pr. "nn-'"!?",e:' ,0.,"r; could serve in office or on the jury."
sist ill the opcrauou tin m m's . ,
tclrl. hut will contiwic i ihc coast Rm 4)c J(Jrmi,.Mlncr.
called bv the governor.
Paragraph 267 of Chapter 20. Ti
tic one of the Revised Statutes of
rJ, ' u r. r,-L 1 "Whenever a vacancy occurs in
Arizona is recrtM-. ... ,. , ..... 1... .:.,,... ,i.
, 1 1 ' 1. ,,i i,, I, rimer House 01 inr it-Kinniiiu v, ,nw
tion, good roads a d s.g l.tste. . g. I ,mi(ll at ()nrc Usllr ft wrl
'Ihcse are chlMered roun I he I t .f , , (o fi), lc, vacacy
nfied Forest-, t he M .qui T.l section of the statute has
lages, t he Pa.nte.l 1)ch-t . gntvtr been renealed or superceded
everytl.in- else ilir 1 nr yelous (.rand h Jftw BcconH, , an
Canyon. M '' r attorney who looked thc matter ut
at an eleva ion of over 7m) Ua . , ,crfforc remm, , f, forfiC
the steady drop over he ell w, KOVer i the fillin of the
'M" L l'1) ! Iii ' , ,l. ivnca..cy caused by the resignation of
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tain town of the central portion of
the slate, with the road thence on
to the capital, over lie iiraiisn.iw . .... , . ,
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. fraud, and there 10 use in , s,a )C provided by the constitiitfOH
11, K uiev ."' - ,, ,ior by aw for 1 ling such vacancy,
some tourists may be dt. f ' ' l,)C fvcruor shall have the power
going sou l, from Mr . ;' 1 lo fa M,rh vacancy by appofnt
the majority will, most nssured v
travel in an opposite 11 rcemi.i. .,,,11 1 ..... . . ...muiWert .1..,
The Constilutioii. sectou 8. of Ar
ticle 5. read a follows concerning'
the oeetiii-to-.oeonn hidiway through
a country thai is interesting. 1101
along the monotonous rouie, , . r , ,,, , , ,
iireess of the undertaking will fol '
low after the urn car goes over ibel
governor lo appoint when there '
110 oilier way ol lining vacancies.
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