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FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA, JANUARY 28. 1905.
Number of Clerks Reduced-Governor's
Appointments Confirmed-Bills Intro-
duced-Llttle Work Done.
Tlio legislature reconsidered their
action of last week, and cut down the
number of clerks thoy had appointed.
Tho clerks of the council are as follows:
Assistant chief clerk -A. M. Poster.
First assistant enrolling and en
grossing clerk Mrs. A. M. Foster.
Second assistant enrolling aud en
grossing clerk Fred Webb.
Journal clerk W. E. Gamble.
First assistant journal clerk Miss
Second assistant journal clerk Mrs.
M. H. Williams.
Postmaster 11. J. Whiteside.
Doorkeeper Mike Hannon.
Assistant sergeant-at-arms John
P.ige Frank Ruiz. .
Committee clerks Miss Luella
Smith, Miss Calla Mills, Miss Esther
Drachman, Miss Mary Willey, Miss
.Mamie Mayer, Miss Madge Dawes,
Miss Mary Nugent, Miss Daisy Day
ton, 1 homas Hamilton, Charles Llynn.
The house cut down its appoint
ments, and the list is as follows:
Assistant chief clerk, Mulford Win
sor; first assistant enrolling and en
grossing clerk, Laura Wallahan; sec
ond assistant enrolling and engross
ing clerk, Mrs. Mattle Byler; journal
cleik, Harriet Olivet; Hrst assistant
journal clerk, Lou Evans; second as
sistant journal clerk, Grace Downs;
postmaster, George Peck; doorkeeper,
Major Burton; assistant sergeant-at-arms,
Sam Garrett; page, L. Darker;
committee clerks, Eva Goodale, Nellie
Trott, Joy B. Patterson, Lulu Tim-
mons, It. H. Jones, E. L Perham, O.
D. Flake, W. G. Lackey and J. A.
Governor Brodio sent to the council
Monday afternoon the following
names of appointees, which were con"
firmed by tho council:
Joseph H. Kibboy, to bo attorney
general. I. M. Christy, to bo territorial au
ditor. B. F. Daniels to bo superintendent
of the territorial prison I
Dr. W. H. Ward, to bo superintend
ent of tho asylum for tho insano.
Major B. W. Leavell, to be.adjutant
Nelson G. Layton, to be superin
tendent of instruction.
Thomas H. Rynning, to be captain
of tho Arizona rangers.
George E. Trumun, to bo citizen
member of tho board of control.
Tho following aro some of tho bills
introduced in tho legislature:
House bill No. 10, by Mr. Pomeroy,
an act providing for tho payment of
salaries to county officials monthly
instead of quaiterly.
Houso bill No. 11, by Mr. Strong,
an act (lxing tho feos of clerks of the
district courts in counties of tho sec
ond, 'hird fourth, fifth and sixth
Houso bill No. 12, by Mr. Strong,
tin act fixing tho feos and salaries of
clerks of tho district court in counties
of tho lirst class.
Houso bill No. 13, by Mr. Wobb,
&n act to revfse and correct tho pro
cedure In tho district and supreme
House bill No. 14, by Mr Webb, an
act dellning grand larceny.
Houso bill No. 10, by Mr. Neal, an
act to amend parauranh 1335. section
125, title 17, chapter 0. Revised Stat
utes, regarding tho service of sum
cons outside of the territory
tiouso bill No 17. by Mr. Neal. an
act to amend paragraph 2732. section
1U title 32, chapter 2, Revised Statutes,
providing exemptions of laborers
earnings from attachment in certain
Honse bill No. 18, by Mr. Neal, an
act to amend paragraph 2714, section
1, and to repeal paragcaph 2714. sec
tion 2, title 32. chanter 1. Revised
Statutes, providing for the exemption
oi Homesteads from attachment.
Houso bill No. 20. by Mr. Bailev.
Lan act to amend section 1, paragraph
-luv, cnapter ji, Revised Statutes,
providing that whore certain holidays
tall on bunday the following day shall
bo a legal holiday.
Houso bill No. 15. by Mr. Timmons.
an act to allow franchises for public
utilities in municipal corporations to
be voted upon at special elections.
Mr. Ruiz of Apache county Intro
duced tho following bills:
Council bill No. 7. relating to iudl-
ciaries; council bill No. 8, prohibit
ing one person from holding more
than one ollice; council bill No. 9,
regulating tho number of constables
and justices of the peace for nreeincts
according to nni.tilntlnn. o.mnnll i.m
No. 10, which makes it necessary, for
a man to bo an attorney at law to
hold tho ollice of probate judge.
Mr. Looney of Yavanai intradural
council bill Bo. 10, an amendment to
tho game law.
Chairman Hunt's bill, which auth
orizes his county, Gila, to issue $40,
000 worth of bonds to erect a court
house and jail, reached tho thiid read
ing and passed tho Council.
In tho House the following billswere
introduced by tho judiciary com
mittee: Houso bill No. 23, regulating tho
power of town counci s: house bill Nn
24, providing for tho publication of a
february Weather In Flagstaff.
The following data for the month of
February havo been compiled from the
weather bureau records at Flaustafr.
Arizona, and cover the period from
1899 tO 10(U. int. Inline Tl,.. I-
sued to show the conditions that have'
The Order of the Secretary Maklni Perma
nent Driveways Across Ranfe Through
forest Reserves In Arizona
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prevailed during that month for the terior making a permanent driveway
.v ,uu , jtcurs, uui must not '"' oucvj turning into tne San Fran
bo construed as a forecast of the I cisco Mountain Forest reserve, by
weather conditions for the coming ' WQy of Beaver Head on the Flagstaff
month. land Verde wagon road, has been
Tho mean or normal temperature of i changed by order of the Secretary
February is 31 degrees. The warmest' January 19, 1905.
February was that of 1901 with ao! T"e following recommendations were
. u.coa, nuu mu cuiuesi " me kjcvieiary ana approved
that of 1903 with an average of 22 de-' bJ' "'":
grees. Tho highest temperature was ''Upon the showinc mariP. this r,t.
00 degrees, on the 24th, 1904, and the fice called a meeting to discuss the
lowest 21 degrees below zero, on tho matter, at which were ntfspnt uv a
6th, 1899. The average number of F- Potter of the Bureau of Forestry,
days with minimum temperature below who is perfectly familiar uiih .,, .nM
32 degrees is 20, and the average num-l reserve, Its ranges, and the sheen in-
jrature below, dustry of that locality, and with the
ber with maximum temnerat
6Z degrees Is 4.
The average precipitation for Febru
aryrain and melted snow is 3.28
inches, and the average number of
days with .01 of an inch or more, 7.
The greatest February precipitation
was 8.30 inches in 1901, and the least
.28 of an inch in 1900. the greatest
amount of precipitation recorded in
any 24 consecutive hours was 2.40
inches on the 1st and 2nd. 1901. Tho
average snowfall for tho month is 2-5.9
inches. Tho greatest February snow.
fall was 84.3 inches, in 1901, and the
least, 1.0 inches, in 1900. The greatest
amount of snowfall recorded in any 24
memod of handling the stool Mr p
S. Breen, the forest superintendent,
Mr. Gosney, and the clerk in charge
of the grazing work of this office. The
location of the winter ranges of the
stock which will probably be covered
by permits to graze in the reserve in
1905; the most avaible and direct toute
across the closed area to the range al
lotted, the probable number of sheep
that would cross by each route, the
time required for the crossing, and the
ranches and young growth of timber
to be avoided, were ascertained
As a result of the conclusions
reached at said meeting, I have now
. tlul.u ,u auj .it o-.u mccuui;, l. nave HOW
consecutive hours was 24.0 Inches, onl to recommend that all sheep crossing
the 1st and 2nd, 1901
Theareiago number of clear das
is II, partly cloudy days 8, and
cloudy days 9. The prevailing winds.
have been from the west.
A. E. Hackett,
Official in Charge.
me reserve to reach ranges outside
of the reserve be required to cross by
the trails, and under the rules estab
lished and directed in said Depart
mental order of .November 23, 1904;
and that in view of the fact that more
sheep will now be required to cross
via the Mud Tank trail through the
Black Mesa Forest Reserve than hro.
tofore, tho time allowed for making
tho trip tnrough said Mud Tank Trail
fugitive list: house bill No. 25,
act to pay witness fees for appearing
before tho grand jury: house bill No.
26, for feeinir attornevs whim nnnnlnt.
ed by the courts; house bill No. 27;
an amendment to paragraph 29, chap
ter 21, of the Revised Statutes, re
garding adverso possession.
Adjournment was taken to 11 a. m.
Tho legislature will take an adjourn
ment today until February 0. That
was agreed to Thursday, after con
siderable discussion, in tho course, nf
which a minority of tho members of
tne House favored the reassembling nf
the legislature on February 1. The
majority believed that in so sborj a
time as that tho committees appointed
to visit the various territorial institu
tions would accomplish nothing.
Weather for the Week.
Observer A. E. Hackett, in chanro
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Bureau, furnishes the following dm .a bo Increased from 0 m s Hnvc .. .,
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.v.. v.jo i.ct ciiuiii),' junuury zui. l" unun o uajs lor tne passage.
The mean temperature of tho week "As to sheep permitted to graze with
was 32.1 degrees, 5:2 degrees above ln lhe reserve, and which must cross
the normal and 8 0 degrees abovo the j the sheep excluded area to reach tho
mean for the same period last oni-. ' ranges allotted to them, it i rm.
Tho highest temperature was 55 de- mended that in addition to the Beaver
grees on the 25th, and the lowest. 11 1 Head driveway recommended by In
degrees on the 20th. Tho highest spector Barrett, branch drivewajs be
temperature on record for tho same i establ ished from Mund's Well to the
period (record extends to 1899) was 58 1 outside boundary of the reserve via
degrees, on the 24th, 1900. and the low
est, 12 degrees below zero, on the 26th
1902 No precipitation occurred dur
ing tho week. The nrevaillnir wind
have been from tho north, tho avpr.i.m
cloudiness was 54 per cent, and tho
mean relative humidity ,'75 percent.
Hrodle's Nomination Confirmed,
'lhe senate Thursday confirmed tin.
nomination of Aloxunder O. Brodio.
of Arizona, to bo assistant chief of
tho records and pension bureau with
rank of major. Tho nomination of a
governor to succeed Maior Brodln i
expected at any time.
Sedonia and Oak Creek, to be known
as the Oak Creek driveway, acd from
Rattlesnake Tank to the area open to
sheep grazing, via Stoneman Lake
and Mahan Ranch, to be known as the
Stoneman Lake driveway. Also that
a driveway be established across the
western portion of the reserve nlncd
Mlbbard Promoted. against sheen Ala Br:ip Snrln.ro ...,.
I - iwf ..itiJ UU14
iiio ujs zvngeies limes says: As luo oin uovernment road, to be known
was expected, I L. Hibbard, superin-l as the Hell Canyon driveway, and
tendent of the Los Angeles division of that permittees allotted range in the
tho Santa Fe, has been appointed to j northwestern portion of the reserve be
J. A. Lamport, who has lwn hnm
during tho week, left today for Els
more, California, where he and his
family are staying for tho winter.
succeed S. J. Shepard as creneral su
perintendent. J. R. Hitchcock, assist.
ant to General Manager Wells, will
succeed Mr. Hibbard as superintend
ent of the Los Angoles division. V.
II. Brewster will sneravd Mr tti,m,-
cock as assistant to tho general mana
ger. These appointments give creat
satisfaction to the working forces of
the Santa Fe.
Wanted Threo room cottatre.
ply at Sun oflico.
unoweu 10 enter tno open urea
point on the west side of tho open
area, usually known as the Red Lake
"The estimated number of sheep
which will be driven over theso dlfTor.
ent driveways is as follows: Mnin
Beaver Head driveway, 19,000 head;
Beaver Head driveway, via Oak
Creek driveway branch, 4,000; Beaver
Head driveway, via Stoneman Lake
(Concluded on page 2).