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DAILY ARIZONA SlbVER-BEUl
Sunday, February iq
Ml TO OUST
Republican Coterie in Arizona Fails in
'Attemptito Havo Kibboy Removed
VantedDadiSturgls Put in tho Gov
"Ridiculous" as it may seem to somo
of tho Republicans and their inspired
morning organ, most of tho people in
Ariaoun, outs'ido of tho city limits of
Phoenix, havo been aw aro that for tho
past two weoksi .welUdcfined plan to
oust Governor Kibboy and put Colonel
Stnrgis in Ins shoes is under way and
thntsGcorgo Mauk is at tho head.
For tho ..next few months Phoenix
readers of Phoenix papers may expect
to havo dinned into thoir cars tho alio
g.itqn that every tiino this paper pub
lUlitwi n storv that rubs tho fur ,tho
wrong way "animus" is bohind it.
Tucson and Bisbee politicians, who
aro aUtulhjcloso to tho inside, havo
known for somo timo that Stores as
pires to the governor's chair, and that
C.' Ar Overlook at Douglas believes ho
would make a bettor United States mar
shal for Arizona than Ben Daniels.
Tho morning paper, published hero
in,Phoonix, stamps as "ridiculous" the
story. that Mauk was on Kibbqy's trail,
and that he has the backing of Harry
S. Now, but tho ,iuorniug paper know
this was in tho air.
"Ridiculous" is a good word. Just
shout "ridiculous" and that is all that
nod bo said in donying a story. It
is, so much bettor than an emphatic
denial that soiao newspapers ean never
say anything else.
Nobody believes that Mauk and his.
followers will got either Governor Kib
boy 's or United States Marshal Dan
iel's' scalp, hut Mauk and his cohorts
havo .been trying to accomplish that
very thing, and it is a notorious fact.
Mauk is not only credited with hav
ing seen Harry Now, but to havo
lunched with him, and thoro threshed
out tho Arizona situation to such an
extent that tho hido was taken off sev
eral Arizona Republicans who havo
heretofore been at the Republican pio
counter or within speaking distance of
their friends who occupy stools.
Nobody over accused the morning
paper of publishing anything until sev
eral days after it happened, but it
always has that stock in trade howl,
"ridiculous," and ' animus," to shout
whenever tho occasion demands.
Sinco tho incipioncy- of tho -Republican
fight in Maricopa county, which
began soveral months ago whon dele
gates wore being selected, to the Bis.
bee convention that nominated W. P.
Cooper, tho morning, paper's attitude
has bqen. ono that dms'cast discredit
on Governor Kibbey".
While Governor Kibboy never said,
ns-far-ss is publicly known, that he
wanted any certain man or men sent
to Bisbee, it is of record that ho re
fused to take, a stand against two who
were leaders in the faction fought by
the morning Republican prgan.
This same morning Republican or
gan set about and largely assisted in
tho defeat of men whom Gqvsrnor Kib
bey refused to damn, and who woro
then his friends, aniflghtiug his battles.
Failure to send theso men to Bisbee
lias always been considered by thoso
whoha'a no mental infirmity as a blow
at Governor Kibljey.
"Holiness" has become the watch
word bf the morning organ. Its mo
tives are and always have" been of the
puresty towhear jt shout. The driven
snow1s"ebony-bued when compared with
its codofof' moral ethics. Prom, this on
when people do thjngs that (ail to get
its virtuous approval, iliey aro "ridicu
lous" or prompted -by, " animus. V
Watch and soo if thoy aro not.
Senator Pottus into a curriago uud got
in with him and ordored that tho sen-,
ator bo taken to bis homo.
"You'ro a doctor, are you!" Sonntor,
"I am," was tho nnswor.
"And you're all alone!"
"Yes, sir," tho physician answered,
thinking the senator had somo r con
fidential communication to.mako.
"You'ro sure thoro 's only onqof
you?" tho senator poraisteiWi You and
I aro tho only two peoploherof "
"I'm mighty glad of it," tho son
ator said, with a sigh of roliof. "I am
sine I'll get well . if thoro is only one
of you fellows, but I know I could
nover survivo a consultation." Ex
change. "iVo that some of our scientists
claim that death is largely a mattor of,
habit, depending upon though and all
that," ho said.
"Nonsonsol" sho replied. "Did you
over know anyone who,wasdn tliQthilhit
of dying!" Philadelphia Inuiror.
Silvor Bolt Want Ads. bring results.
RESOLUTION NO. 1
Whereas, It satisfactorily appears to
tho Common Council of tho Town of
ninlm tlmf until Imvn lms ncnuirod n
population of three thousand, 'and that
there aro now over three tuousanu an
habitants within the boundaries pf tho
snid town; and
Whereas, Tho inhabitants thereof do
sire to assume a city' organization and.
it is deemod to the boat interesta'prno
town that tho inhabitants ,thor.oof ns-.
sumo n city organization;
Now, Therefore Bolt Kesoiveu, xnat
wo. tho Common Council of tho said
Town of Globo, in consideration of tho
promises and pursuant to tho-provisions
of Paragraph 597, Chapter 9 of Titjo 11
of tho Revised Statutes,of tho Territory
of Arizona, do unaniroouy. vote tin
lavor uij uuu uu uuiuuj mouiuu uu
adopt a city organisation tunder- the.
name of tho City of Globo.
Passed and adopted January J2,:907
Approved: W.-S. SULTAN,-
Attest: P. J. Elliott, Mayor.
porutiou-qp omploying such person mak
ing such dofanjt, shall, on uomnnu irom
tip,, Supervisor- of Streets, pay such
8,upprvisorof'StroetB tho amount sojduo
for Juid street tax, and take a rocoipt
therefor, which irecoipt shall constitute
and become a good and sufliciont Hot'ofT
and, 'payment for tho amount thoroin
uatnod of any claim which said delin
quent may, havo against such person,
fipu or corporation so taking suctr ro
cliipt and nuiybft deducted in any, sub
seqont sottlomont with said person, by
any porson, firm or corporation holding
Any porson who shall fall upon do
mand of tho Supervisor of Streets to
pnyisuid'tuxtus aforesaid, shall bo pun
ished by a fino of not loss than five nor
moro, than twontyrfivo dollars and stand
committed to tho calubooso of tho city
until payment of such fino, not exceed
ing thirty days, or by confinement at
liard labor upon tho struots or public
works of tho city for a period of not
loss thun.fiVo nor more than thirty days.
" This ordinnnco shnll not apply to any
active monibor of any volunteer lire
department within tho City of Gldbo;
provided tho evidence of tho organlza
tjqn..of tho, firp department and of the
good standing of the member as re
quired by law shall bo filed with tho
Citv Clork for each year.
Tliisprdinnnce shall take effect from
,and. after its passage.
Passed and adopted tho 31st day ot
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest! P. J.JGHiott, Clork.
First publication Pebrunry 8, 1907.
Any person violating tho provisions
of Section 1 aforosald shnll bo doomed it is provjiieu y suuuio oi m un
guilty of a misdemoanor and upon con- Titory that tho l-riday louowing mo
viction thereof shall be fined not less first day of February in onch year shall
than five nor moro than one hundred
This ordinaneo shall go into effect
February 1st, 1907.
Passed apd adoptod tho tlst day of
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
(Seal) . Mayor.
Attest: P. .1. Elliott, Clerk.
Pirst publication February 8, 1907.
RESOLUTION NUMBER TWO
Pinal, Pima, Santa Cruz, Cochise,
Graham and Gila Counties, Arizona:
Bo it rcsolvod by tho Mayor and Com
mon Council of tho City of Globo:
That tho minutes of all proceedings
of all regular and special meetings of
tho City of Globo bo not published.
That this Resolution bo entered iqwii
tho minutes of this meeting.
Passed and adopted tho31st day of
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: P. J. Elliott, Clerk.
Pirst publication February 7, 1907.
McOabe Miner Thought that Partner
Was Trying to.-PotsQUrmm Bulls?
Misses Intended Victim but Kills, the
Homo -He Was- Riding.
Laboring under the dolusion that his.
mining partner had triod to, poison, him,
Alexander ,M. McLain Sunday after
noon ht"McCabo fired two -shots' from
a .revdyer at his, ,f riond, -Frank Jen
ninKJWiasing Jtis.intc.nd,c victim but
killing tho horso from which Jennings
had jiist dismounted.
McLain ahd a number of friends were
standing, in front of tho FJutaimer slore,
at McCabe, when Jonnings rode up. Af
ter dismounting, Jonnings starto I to
ward tho group, when McLain ox
claimed, "You'rd-tho follow that tried
to poison mo. I'lJ kill you right now."
Suiting his action to tho words ho fired
at Jennings, tho bullet passing close to
tho latter 's head and finding the heart
of tho horse for a lodging plaeo. Jen
nipgs ran as McLain fired again. Those
Htandini.ncur,by, realizing, that McLain
had sujldqnly bocoiuo demented, seized
and flverppwered him.
MqLajn and. Jennings, havo bocn min
ing partners for somo timo past. Thoy
had hadf no prpvlous trouble, but Jen
ningsi.statcd.that ,his,. partner had been
acting, qucadyt for somo .timQ,,pnst.'
McLain was turned ovor to tho caro
of a deputy sheriff and guarded until
the nrirval from Prcscott of Deputy
shoriff Mcrritt, who arrived with the
prjsonr, who will bo arraigned on an
insanity charge in that city.
Senator Pctus of Alabama, who is 85
years old, was working in a law caso
in, his office in Alabanyi last summer
whendioj was qvercomenby an attack of
"Wo 're giong to send for a doctor,"
one of his clerks told him.
"All right," the sonator said, "but
don't get any moro than one."
When the doctor arrived he bundled
Bo it known that at a meeting- of
tho stockholders of this corporation
hold at its office, in Globey Arizona, on
the 2nd day of January, 1907, at which
tho holders and .representatives of a
majority ;of all the- outstanding stock
of said corporation wqre present, the
following amendments to tho constitu
tion of said corporation wero duly and
That Articlo 3 be, amonded to, road
as follows, to wit: Tho. authorized capv
ital stock of tins' corporation is and
shall bo Ono Million Pivo Hundred
Thousand Dollars, which said capital
stock shall bo divided into Ono Milliqn
Fivo Hundred Thousand shares of tho
par valuo of Ono Dollar each, and when
issued, shall bo fully paid and non-as-sossablc
That Articlo 5 of said corporation bo
and tho samo is hereby amqndcd as
(a) By ntriking out tho word "five"
in tho second lino theroof and insorting
in lieu thereof the word "eight.';'
(bl That, in addition to, the. porspns
named therein as directors, tho follow
ing named persons be and they are
hereby constituted directors of this -cor'
poration, to wit:,. J. P.,Reardpn, Riqh
ardO. Sparks ainLGlenn L. Coffee, wbp,
with tho. porsons-alre'ady named in-Baid
Articlo 5, shall constitu.tpFtho Board of
Directors of -this-corporation.
J. THCdiNTON PRICE,
N. Q. NELMS President.
Secretary pro tcm.
TERRITORY. OP -ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
I, ,N. G. Nelms, Secretary, pro tem
pore, of Globe-Wheatfiolds.iMifling.Cam-
I pany, do hereby certify thatJboab.qyjd
amendments to the articles oi .incor;,
noration of said corporation were duly
"hdoptdd at a mooting of the stockhold
ers tupreor called .lor jtitttapujpose, ,anu
that at said meeting a majority of all
the stock issued and outstanding was
duly and properly jepjresqnted.
In Witness Whereof, I havo hereunto
sot my hand and, ffixejlyhei corporate
seal of said corporntjqniAtGlpbPfyri
zona, this, tho 19th '".day of Jaimify,
1907. N.-G. NELMS;
(Seal) Secretary pro tompore.
ORDAN.CE NUMBER TWELVE
An Ordinaneo Regulating tho Collection
of Street Tax. "
Bo it ordained by tho Mayor and
Commqn Cquncil of tho City of Globe:
An annual street tax of Two Dollars
is hereby lovied on each and every malo
inhabitant ovcrtventy-ono years of ago
and undot fifty years of ago rosiding
within tho corpornto limits of tho City
of Globe1 fortho year commencing Jan
uary 1, 1907, and each year thereafter.
Said Streot Tax shall bo payablo to
tho Supervisor of Streots of said City
on doniqutf. Wbpnpver said tax. Jias
boon paid tho Supervisor (of Street?
shall deliver to tho porqqn .(hcrotQcn
titled, tho proper receipt signojl IfyJtho
City Clerk of said City and countersign
ed by himself. All moneys collected by
the Supervisor of Streets jindot tula or
dinance ishall, bo paid,? by hjmfw,tot.tho
City Treasurer and shall bo kopt in a
scparato fund to bo known and desig
nntcd us tho streot fund and shall bo
uspd. for thoimprovomont of streets nnd
Any person, firm or corporation hav.
ingjn Jus or thoir employ any person
liablo to pay tho street tax as provided
in Section 1, shall, on demand being
made by thoSupcrvisor of Streets-fur
nishBueh Supervisor of.StrOTts'withfan
accurate listv,of the names of alfsuch
persons liablo ,o payment of said street
tax, juul in cnto of any such persons
llabw.tbt paymllnt of said streot tax
"shall make default therein, as herein
after provided, the person, firm or cor
ORDINANCE NUMBER THIRTEEN
An,AOrdinanco Rcgnlnting Prostitution.
Bo iUordnincd by tha Mayor and
Common -Couucil of tho City of Globe:
SECTION I. v
It shall be unlawful for any prosti-
tute, pqurtesan or lowd woman to en
gage in tho business of prostitution or
tp resldo, in or occupy any building,
room, shed or tont within thu City of
Globe for tho purpose of engaging in
prostitution therein unless sho shall
have first obtained from tho City Mar
shal a permit to engage in such busi
ness and the occupation 6f such
premises; provided, however, that
tha building, room, shed or
tpnt BhalId)o,Bituatcd at least -100 yards
in a direct lino from any school house
or pthcr public building.
It shall bo tho dutv of tho Citv Mar
shal to issue to any prostitute upon do
main! ant the payment of the sum of
KUtccu Dollars, a peririt to engage in
prostitution at a certain hpuso of pros
titution, specifically described in such
permit for a torm not exceeding three
months, terminating with each quarter
of tho fiscal year; provided that the
application feo for. a permit issued dur
ing the quarter shall -bft pro rated; and
provided further that tho Marshal may
exercise his discretion as to tho place
for which a permit may bo issued.
It shall bo tho duty of tho City Mar
sha,! to kqpp a correct record of tho
na,mes aud residences of catdi such ap
plicant, which record shall be. open, to
inspection at all times, and ho shall
acpount wookly to tho City Clerk for all
sums pf monoyi received for tho issuance
of such permit.
It shall bo the; duty of tho holder of
such permit to keep the samp posted in
a conspicuous placp In hor room, and it
shall bo tliQi duty of each and every po
lico plliccr and dopity marshal of tho
Cjity of Glqbp to .arrest any prostitute
engaging in the business of prostitution
in tho City of Globo without a permit,
or, at any place other than the one spe
cified in such permit.
1 It shall, bo unlawful for any owner
or agent .o any owner or any porson or
persons 'to let, lease or rent for any
length of timo whatever to any, woman
'ofr ill fame, any house, room or struc
ture for tho purpose of prostitution or
assignation -unless snid -woman of ill
fajne shall first havo procured from tho
City Marshal a peimit to occupy said
bouse, room or structure.
: Common reputation for unchastity or
prpstitution shall bo competent and pri'
ma facie evidence of tho-character of
persons arrested for violation of this
Any porson violating any of tho pro
visions of this Ordinaneo shall bo deem
ed, guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
'conviction thereof shall bo, fined not less
than ten dollars nor moro than three
hundred dollars, and stand committed to
thp calabooso of tho city until the pay
ment of such fino, not exceeding threo
.months, or shnll bo confined nt hard
labor upon thp a.trcotsor public works
UJ.JU10 qujvor a penou ol not icss man
nve (iuyg,norAmororiiianrtniri.y, tiays.
This ordinnnco shall take effect and
boi in force from and after Pobruary
' Passod-.andndoptodthis 31at day of
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: P. J. EIiott, Clerk.
,Fij-st publication Pobruary 8, 1907
ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION
By the Governor of Arizona
To tho People of Yuma, Maricopa,
1)0 known as Arbor Day" in tho above
named counties, nnd shall bo observed
as a holiday.
Now, thoreforo, by virtuo nnd in ac
coidancc with the direction of that
statute, I, Joseph II. KiblJoy, governor
of Arizona, hereby proclaim Friday, tho
8th day of February, A. D. 1907, desig
nated as Arbor Day, to bo in the coun
ties first above mentioned as holiday;
and I recommend that this day bo ob
served by tho pcoplo of those counties
by tho limiting of trees, shrubs and
vines, in tho promotion of forest and
orchard, growth and culture, by tho
adornmont of public and private
grounds, places and ways, and by such
other efforts and undertakings as shall
bo in harmony with tho character of
tho day so established all in accord
ance with tho provisions of Titlo IV,
Arboriculture, Revised Statutes of Ari
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set jny hand and caubed tho great seal
(if the territory to bo affixed. Dono at
Phoenix, tho capital, this 2.'5th day of
(Seal) ''JOSEPH H. KIBBEY,
By tho Governor:
W. P. NICHOLS,
Secretary of tho Territory of Arizona.
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An prdinippo Regulating Sidewalks.
div it oruuincu uy mo iuayor ami
Common Council, of UiOiCity of Globo:
That it shall bo unlawful for any ono
to ronalr or construct anv sidownlk in
tho 'jCity of Globo, without permission
'from tho' Suporvisor of Streots, and no
nuw BiutxwiUKs snail uu constructed un
til, tliostreet'shalH)o-Burveyed and the
"width and crude of suchsidowalk shall
bo1 determined, and when determined
thjj sidewalks may be built according to
'thp 'plnnWand specifications furnished
by the City, Engineer.
, 'Tho Mayor of the City of Globo may
employ from timo to timo, with tho
approval of tho! Common Council, a
compotont civil engineer to mako such
survoys, plans nndicstimates as Bhall bo
necessary for thopurpoBes of tho Cityi
unitno cstnbUsumcnt.af Street and side
walk grades andtimptovenients -and -to.
lift such other necessary, nnd proper sor
ivlces as may from timo to timo be
required of hinObyptheljConiraou Coun-
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Improved and unimproved propei
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