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"The Store of Service"
The Sate of
WE bow have ea
sale every wool
skirt ia stock. This en
ables yoa to secure a
stylish, serviceable skirt
at a substantial reduc
tion. Skirte are divided
into six lots, as follows.
LOT KO. 1
Skirts in values to $45
LOT WO. 2
Skirts in values to $8.75
LOT MO. 3
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Skirts in values to $104)0
LOT JfO. 5
Skirts values, to $&M
LOT MO. 6 '
Skirts in values to $90XW
$1.00 BAR PINS 69c
Fancy and gold top bar
pins, a splendid variety
to choose from, values up
to $1.00; Week-End Spe
cial, choice 60c
CttFF BUTTONS 25c PS
Gold pkttea cuff buttons,
plain and chased; Our
Special, pair 2Se.
MEM'S 35c HANDKER
Men's extra fine quality
our regular 36c grade;
Week-Bnd Special 26c
Vice President Marshall Is
Guest of Aztec Sun Fete
on Admission Day.
PHOENIX. ARIZ.. Feb. 14. Phoenix
is today celebrating the first an
niversary of Arizona's admittance
to the sisterhood ot states. Just one
year ago today, the territory of Ari
zona became the state of Arisona.
The Aztec sun fete, for which the
citizens of Phoenix have been prepar
ing for many months, is In progress.
It began with an official parade this
bW I COMPANY
Dried Shrimps, lb 40c
Smoked Bloaters, 4 for 25o
Kippered Herring, can 20c
Lobster 20c, 35c
Boneless and Skinless Sardines. .35c
Jap Crab 45c
Ousters 3 for 25c;
Shop by Parcels Post-All
Orders Sent Prepaid
N addition to out usual attractive Wee-End Specials, we remind you thai we are now making the
largest and most complete Spring display to be seen in El Paso. Every department, including the
Millinery Department, contributes somethingy and we invite you to see the various new things when you
come tomorrow to take advantage of Week-End Specials. '
New Neckwear 25c
This week we have received daily shipments
of Spring neckwear and our showing to
morrow will be most interesting. In 25c
neckwear especially is the showing extreme
ly large. It embraces all the new ideas in
lace jabots, lawn jabots, crepe collar sets,
net jabots, Robespierre wash collars, Robes
pierre jabots, lace and lawn collars, shadow
lace chemisettes, plain net chemisettes, etc,
etc. We hare always made a special featare
of dainty, stylish neckwear at a nominal
price and this season is no exception. When
you come tomorrow be
sore and see what we
offer in the way of new
Spring neckwear at
Week-End Specials In
Waists & Shirts
Two Extot Specials are noted for tomorrow
ia the famous "Gotham" shirts. These come
in wool, madras and other materials.
Values to $2.50 at $1.50
Values to $3J0 at $2.45
Colored flannelette shirts, worth up to $1.95;
Week-End Special 95c
75c WAISTS 35c
Percale and madras waists, white and eel
ored, worth Hp to 75c; Week-Bad Spe
Middy blouses, ia all white and white with
colored combination, our regular $1.00
middies; Week-Bad Special . 79c
MEW LINGERD3 WAISTS 95c
New Spring lingerie waists, many pretty
styles to choose from. They are high neek
and long sleeve, some are tucked, others
daintily trimmed with shadow and French
Val lace. Attractively priced Qp
tomorrow at toC
$5.00 SILK WAISTS $1.95
-.Foe tomorrow we note one special lot of
-silfc and ehi&OB waists. These eeswpa vari-
,v ous styles, in black and colors. They are
1 high neck with long or short sleeves. There
' are waists in the lot worth as high as
$5.00; you have choice to- d " QE
morrow at PJL9sJ
AN UNBREAKABLE SHELL HAIRPIN
The "Piyo" shell hairpin has a wire center
which keeps it from breaking. If you have
known the annoyance of broken hairpins
suppose you try this new kind. Can be had
either plain or crinkled. Per box 25c.
50c IVORY PHOTO FRAMES 33c
Parisian ivory photo frames (white), in
oval and fancy oblong shapes, O0
worth 50c; Week-Bnd Special OOC
Japanese Air Ferns 93c
'TOMORROW for the nomhk price
of 95c you can buy not only a
Japanese air fern but a brass fern dish and
10'inch mirror. These ferns are always
green and pretty and mae a very nice
table decoration. Tomorrow only, as an
Extra Special, ae ofer fern,
fern dish and mirror for y
afternoon and will conclude with a car
nical night tomorrow evening.
With palm leaves overhanging the
ornamental lighting standards, the en
tire business section of Phoenix is
attractively decorated in the festival
colors, green and gold. The decora
tions used during the time of the an
nual state fair drape the buildings.
Marshall Is Guest of Statei
Though the celebration did not be
gin officially till 1:3 today. It really
began last evening, when the Phoenix
Rifle club gave a banquet at the Ho
tel Adams. Thomas R. Marshall next
vice president of the United States, and
George W. P. Hunt, governor of Ari
zona, were the guests of Arizona.
Sportsmen from all over the state,
here to take part in the shoot that
is going on today at the range east
of the city, were present.
Many Antes In Parade.
Over 2M automobiles were in the
parade this afternoon. They carried
the members of the legislature, state
officials, representatives of other cities,
and many prominent citizens.
In the line were the two local com
panies of the national guard of Ari
zona, two local bands, Indian school
band. Indian school cadets, Terape
S?- C5d?Si1.,ani uniform rank
Knights of Pythias.
Governor Hunt and Thomas R. Mar
shall, vice president-elect, reviewed the
Stl"le nroma 8tand ln fnt of thl
S!,r.IL After. e Prade addresses
al1 Cr0.d-.by pernor Hunt, mayor
SKdoS.h58ty' Swnor Marshall
and Robert E. Morris, of Prescott.
Mamhall to Deliver Addreiw. j
ibis evening governor Marshall will I
be guest of tonor at a dinner being I
given under th ni,. r i, tv.- i
cratic organization of Maricopa coun-
204-206 E. OVERLAND ST.
Tuna Fish 20c, 35c
Salmon, 3 for 25c;
2 for 25c 20c, 25c
Cod Fish, 1 lb. 15c; 2 lbs. 30c
Shredded Codfish, 2 cans 25c
2 for 25c; 3 for 50c
SyrrSKf rarffSfaifs CTa tis&
Kf Ti!i!!Bitfii"Hifflliii i4i ftM
Week-End Specials In
SOe boxes Dorin'a Poudre de Riz 39c
90c bottles Bay Item 39c
$1.00 boxes Djer Kiss Eaee Powder. .76c
$1.00 size Pompetan Massage Cream. .59c
25c Sanitol Tooth Paste 16c
5Jc Sempre Graviae ........37c
$1.00 bottles Bay Ham 69c
50c bottles Ban de Quinine 37c
50c jars Morning Dew Pace Cream. . . .36c
$1.26 white ivory Combs 89c
25c Colgate's Shaving Cream 17c
Week" End Sale of
Our Toilet Soaps
15c Palmolive Soap 10c
10c Jap Rose Soap 7c
10c Amole Soap 7c
10c Sayman's Vegetable Soap 7C
10c Physician's & Surgeon's Soap. .7c
75c river's Toilet Soap, all odors 5c
35e Roger ft, Qallet's Fancy Soap 20c
25c Pears Soap 18c
25c Packer's Tar Soap 17c
35c 4711 White Rose Glycerine
White House Peroxide
Our own special brand of Peroxide,
full 4 oz. bottles, regular 10c j
eke; Week-End Special OC
50c size "Mary Garden" Talcum Pow
der, in glass bottle; QQ
Week-End Special OOC
50c jars "Mary Garden" Cold oq
Cream; Week-Bnd Special. . OcC
"Mary Garden" Bulk Perfume;
Week-End Speeial, per d ff
half ounce $1 UU
"Mary Garden" Face Powder, all
tinte; Week-Bnd ( - QC
Special P ! iD
"Mary Garden" Toilet dQ EA
Water in 6 oz. bottles . . V5 .OU
Saturday Night Specials
v (7 to 9)
SOe Hinds Honey and Almond Cream;
7 to 9 Saturday iA
Limit one bottle.
25c Colgate's Dental Cream IP
7 to 9 Saturday night IOC
Limit one tube.
25c Mennen's Talcum Powder, Violet
or Borated; 7 to 9 Saturday - j
Limit two cans.
$3 Chamois "Gloves $1.95
16-button length natural color cha
mois gloves, they are real, imported
chamois, sell regularly for 13.00 per
pair; Week-End t -fl nr
Extra Special P 1 .JO
ty. Attorney general George Purdy
Billiard will act as toastmaster. Ad
dresses of welcome will be given by
mayor Christy and governor Hunt.
Then governor Marshall will speak.
Former ROvernor J. H. Klbbey will
speak on "The Territory of Arizona;"
P. W. CSulllvan, district attorney of
Yavapai county, on "Why Irish-Americans
Are Democrats;" Fred A. Sutter,
superior judge of Cochise county, "Tae
Progressive Judiciary;" Frank K.
Curley, city attorney of Tucson. "De
mocracy of the Southwest;" W. P.
Cttkarv nhfllrninn Arisnnn pnrnArstfnn
commission, "The Ladies."
Historical Parade Saturday.
Saturday afternoon there will a great
historical parade. About 25 floats will
be in line. On the first float will
be Montezuma, ruler of the Aztecs. The
Indian tribes of Arizona, Colorado and
his band, the Franciscan fathers, Casa
Grande ruins, San Xavier mission, ir
rigation, mining, big game and other
features of Arizona life and history
will be represented. One hundred high
school girls will be costumed to repre
sent the wild flowers of the state.
During the celebration the first an
nual automobile show of the Arizona
Automobile association will be in
progress. Saturday evening the auto
mobile men will have a banquet Each
evening a high powered searchlight
will illuminate the street; red and
green fire will be displayed.
'To Bridge the Colorado.
Arizona will do her part toward
buildln ga bridge across the Colorado at
Yuma, and there may be some anti
lobbying legislation at this session. .
Yesterday the house passd without
opposition senator ireo wesseis out
appropriating $25,900 for a Yuma
bridge, the other $5.0 of the cost to
k majri hv the national government
and the state of California. Memorials
to congress and the California legisla
ture, asking each to appropriate S25.
000, passed the senate and went to the
house commitiee on memorials. They
will be passed without opposition in the
bouse, probably as soon as the Weasel
bill receives the governor's signature.
It is a certainty that governor Hunt
will approve the bill, aa the appropri
priation is one that he recommended in
his message. The Yuma bridge bill is
the second to go to the state's chief ex
ecutive since the opening of this ses
sion. T.olilyIitx Muht Get Orders.
Th motion to nostDone IndefinlteK
th i'ti( ant!-loj,b ins; bill, wh'eh '
- ius' (1 such a fiulit in 'h house Wed- j
- ' i i an .- ii; airiin and was lost ,
1C ajC3 to li nuta It was rereferred to
See Arcade for the New
Spring Styles and Our
2 Kimono Specials
.For tomorrow's selling we offer two un
usual values in crepe and flannelette
SPECIAL MO. 1
Crepe and flannelette kimonos worth regu
larly $1.06 are a Week-Bnd rg
Special at Oa7C
SPECIAL NO. 2
Crepe' and flannelette kimonos worth $1.75
and $1.95 are a Week-End tf q
Special. at tpJL.i7
The kimonos in holh lots are full length,
and there is a vide variety of colon to
select from in both flannelette and crepe.
IS New Spring Models In
1XE nos have fully 15 different
models in corsets at $1.00. These
are the famous Royal Worcester, War
ner's and C-B a la Spirile corsets, and
among the 15 different models you xaill be
sure to find just the one that your figure
$1.00 BOXES NOTE PAPER 76c
Hard's fine quality gilt-edged note paper,
comes in gray, pink, light blue and lavender,
envelopes to match, sells regularly J r
for $1.00 a box; Week-End Special. uC
WHITE HOUSE SANITARY NAPKINS
Our own special brand of sanitary napkins,
made of fine antiseptic gauze. Per box 26e.
HOSE 2 PAIR FOR 25c
Medium weight cotton hose, with double
soles, heels and toes, in black, tan and
white; -.Week-Eiid Special 12 l-2c a pair,
2 pair for 25c
$1.00 UMBRELLAS 69c
Close roll umbrellas, covered with umbrella
taffeta, have steel rod and Paragon frame,
these are our regular $1.00 um- Jf
brellaa ; Week-End Special O 17 C
$2.50 SWEATER COATS $1.69
Women's all-wool, fancy knit sweater
eoate,, have semi-roll collar and two pock
ets, pearl buttons. Come in red, gray, black,
white, navy and tan. Regular ?2.50"sweater
coats; Week-End (t -j ?G
CHILDREN'S WINDSOR TIES 25c
Children's 6trictly all-silk Windsor ties, in
pretty plaids, also solid colors, such as red,
vy, black, white, brown, Copenhagen,
etc Attractively priced f
NEW TUBULAR TDZS 50c
We are showing fully 40 different designs
and colors in the new tubular four-in-hand
ties. These are double or "two-in-one" ties.
They are strictly all-silk and are suitable
for both women and men. Cl"
Attractively priced at OvC
The New Jabots for 50c
At this price we are showing hundreds of
new Spring jabots. They come in small,
medium and wide flare shapes, cascade ef
fects, etc, in net, shadow lace, embroidered
lawn and other materials, in white and ecru
and some with a touch of color, pa
All attractively priced at OUC
(See these jabots tomorrow)
the committee on constitutional man
dates. There was a great deal of discussion
regarding a, new house rule, introduced
by the rules committee, providing that
legislative agents shall secure the writ
ten consent of the speaker prior to ap
pearing before any house committee.
The rule was finall yadopted, after it
had been opposed by the friends of the
As originally drawn the rule required
the title and number of the bill re
garding which the applicant wished to
appear, but upon motion of A. R.
Lynch a change to require only the
general subiect was made. J. A. R.
Irvine's attempt to have the rule
amended to require the consent of all
members before any person could ap
pear before the committee of the 'whole
house, met with failure. '
If the substitute for Irvine's bill pro
viding for the registration of women
becomes a law, there will bo a general
registration of all voters ln Arizona this
year. A. R. Lynch moved that it be
amended to provide for general regis
tration, and his motion was carried. The
bill then went to the enrolling and en
Sew Bills fn noosi.
Several Important bills were intro
duced In the house. No. 26, by JL L
. af" ,s . relu're county supervisors
to advertise for bids on the preparation
or duplicate assessment rolls.
cwm nraaner introduced No. 27, which
changes the fiscal year of Arizona to
con0rnj with the calendar year.
No. 38, also by Bradner, requires
that an officer appointed to any city or
county office shall be an! elector of the
district in which lie serves. At pres-
B nuining 10 prevent tne ap
pointment of persons coming In from
outside the state.
Bill Affcctn Mining Campn.
Probably the most important and far
reaching measure to fall is No. 23, by
J. Tom Lewis. It vitally affects the
mining camps of Miami, Blsbee. Low
ell and Jerome, and Its effects, if it
becomes law. will be felt in several
Lewis's bill. In short, requires that
the person who retains depth rights to
a piece of ground because of its possi
ble mineral value shall pay the same
taxes as the man who holds title to tht
surface. The situation at Miami was what
caused Lewis to introduce this bill.
There Cle W Van T) ko has sold a
great part of the Miami tonnsite, re- j
i in iin- i ini iu an mint r.n uio -tri.
s mad, ttiuil th.tn 4u f , t lulnn th?
sum u i Tin re i- n.n ru on to b -
licvc that the great Miami ore bodi I
I xLY IflV
AS a Week-End at
traction, we have
selected eight lots of un
dermuslins, which will be
offered at extraordinarily
low prices. There is a
full range of garments in
each lot, and at eaeh
priee quoted you will find
the offering well worthy
of being a White House
LOT NO. 1
LOT NO. 4
LOT NO. 6
LOT HP. 7
LOT NO. S .
Oxidised vanities and
coin purses, in new de
signs and a new finish,
have finger ring or wrist
chain, regular 50c values;
Week-End Special 37c
extends under the entire townslte. If
this proves to be the case. Van Dyke
can move in and take possession. There
is only one lot la Miami for which, he
does not hold the mineral rights.
Van Dyke is not paying taxes on his
reservations. All the taxee are being
paid by the people who own the sar
in Blsbee. Lowell and Jerome depth
rights are reserved by various personB
who sold surface rights years ago, and
f i? ,J ;"& taxes. Lewis
does not believe that this Is right. He
expects to get his bUl through the leg
islature without trouble.
Regulate Sale of Poisons.
House bill No. 30, by Mr. Ball, of Co
chise, is not quite as stringent as the
measure to prohibit and regulate, the
sale of poisons which he got through
the house at the last session. That bill
Sfn ll1 &.ct!d?a In the senate and now
Ball has introduced another. This one
permits the sale of insecticides, germi
cides and disinfectants by persohs not
registered pharmacists, which the oth
er one prohibited. Ball's latest bill re
quires the county authorities to prose
cute violators of the law. Fines all the
way from $100 to S1S0O can be assessed,
and In extreme cases violators can be
sent to prison.
Regulate Practice of Pharmacy.
ni8 bFNo- 31 lB to regtatTthe
practice of pharmacy, it is drawn along
the same lines as similar measures ln
effect in other states and is a little
more stringent than the one now ln
rorce In Arizona. Examinations will be
more strfet under Its provisions, but
ilrfMn. will V aWf. A , '
ments whereby her pharmacits will
practice In other states without being
reexamined. At present other states
will not reciprocate with Arizona in
this way because the examinations here
are not as strict as their own laws re
quire. Mennnren Sent to Committer.
-. avmci nuuuB jaii-uuuyiufi
act, passed by the senate Wednesday. I
the house and went to the committee on
constitutional mandates. Graham's
house bill to prevent the sale of public
landv -,nt to the same committee.
Other bills were referred as follows:
By Krrr, to require real estate agents
tary of state, to the judiciary commit
tee. By Gonzales, to provide for the pay
ment of witness fees In civil and crim
inal cases, to the county affairs com
mittee I!v the st iti inst tuitions committee
for the t mpo i tnnfer of mrniev
from the gi r ral fun'' to the inherit
ance tax fund, to tli- committee on
Fancy Full Fed Beef
OUR leader is fancy steer beef. Just now
when other local markets are depending
on range beef of very indifferent quality,
Nations customers are enjoying Fancy Full Fed
Beef of the very finest quality.
Saturday Specials .,,
Choice German Oven Roast MHk Veal Shouer Roast
Home Dressed Hens Nations Pure Lard' ( Pte-)
20c lb. 75c
Other items are Home Dressed Turkeys and Spring Chickens.
Fresh Fish m variety and Oysters received daily.
Two Breakfast Suggestions
Pennsylvania Scrapple Nations Pure Pork Sausage
57 acres of land. Will be on
Dew macadam road. 45 acres
m Alfalfa. Small house.
Party leaving town and will
sacrifice at $120.00 an acre.
Adjoining owner will take
lease on property. No prop
erty in vicinity of this can be
bought at less than $150.00
per acre. See us at once.
This property must be sold by
Tuesday of next week.
136 acres close to Vadq.
Ditch runs through land.
$55.00 per acre if taken at
once. Easy terms with low
rate of interest.
Broaddus & Le Baron
209-216 Vmerlenn Bank Bldg.
Real Eotate. Rentals.
All Kinds of Innnrancc.
state accounting and methods of busi
ness. By the state institutions committee,
for the employment of a deputy state
treasurer, to the approprlaions com
mittee. By Ball, appropriating $160.70 to Dr.
E. S. Godfrey, last territorial health of
ficer, to the appropriations committee.
By senator John T. Hughes, requiring
public printing to be done within the
state, to the ways and means commit
tee. Praise Sheep Sanitary Board.
The report of adjutant general Cfcas.
w. Harris was reported out by the com
mittee on state institutions and sent
back to him for the preparation of such
a bill as he requests. The same com
mittee praised the work of the sheep
sanitary commission and recommended
that SSS00 be appropriated for that de
partment this year. The recommenda
tion went to the appropriations com
mittee, and the livestock sanitary
board's report was referred to the com
mittee on livestock
Favor Right Hour Lair.
A favorable report on Brooks's eight
hour law for women was sent ln by the
iKuor committee and tne measure was
placed on the first order of business
for Monday. Brooks's measure pro
hibits the employment of any woman
more than eight hours a day of S hours
Chaages Ia Committees.
Representative Murphy was made
chairman of the judiciary committee.
in place of A. R. Lynch, who resigned
because of his duties with the code re-
IiriBiuii eouimiiiee. iarry jubbsqo was
added to the committee on constitu
ttftnol nala am tn nla LA ftf T JlW4o
Just before adjournment Sam Brad
ner moved that the daily reading of the
Journal be dispensed with, unless six
members should demand it. After some
discussion his motion was adopted.
Worsley Introduces Bills.
Whenever senator A. A. Worsley, of
Pima county. Introduces a bill it is
pretty certain to be something un
usual. Worsley passed several up to
the clerk Thursday, and there was
something interesting in each one.
No. 43, for instance, is to extend the
powers of county assessors. It gives
an assessor the power to make close
examination, while assessing property.
Into the records of any person, firm
or corporation. It also gives him the
right to summon witnesses before
him. Fines of 1500 to $1000 and im
prisonment for 30 to days, or both
such fine and Imprisonment, are laid
down as the punishment for persons
refusing to obey summons.
Tk. v.rv nt bilL NO. H. dO-88
nothing less than change the term of
county assessors from two years to
four years. It was introduced by
senator Worsley at the request of
James H. Klrby, assessor of Green
Weald Prohibit Blacklists.
Senate hill No. if. by Worsley is
aa anti-blacklist law. It prohibits the
keeping of blacklists by card index,
book, photographs or any other
..i.j n.-,tno (Uncharged from em
ployment because he is on such list is
given the right to sue for damages, not
Scdint jW The keeping of a
blacklist is made a B5e"tr
Fix Interest For Wage Brokers.
Senator J. T. Hughes Jnoduced
km v ii -hi-h reauires wage brok
ers to obtain permits m,cly coun
... , , A vnnArvlsors ana nn.
. .,..- .. iimIah of interest nt- a F
.-ate greater than J S?rcnt a. onta
If No. 43, also by .Hh,eS: Decom
a law, it wUl JUegal to put a
..rhniwF thmiwk the third degree "
For an officer to strike a prisoner n- i
neeessari! or otnerwise intimidate
him. will be punishable hy imprison
ment from one t two years.
CoHBty Salary Bill.
Senator Willis introduced a county
salary bill. It provides onlv to coun
ties of the 11th class, and in riz
the only aith class county is Kn-j,
The committee on counxv aira
i orteil Tavorabli Harrison's b
irg the fee for Inspecting cat
17 l-2c lb.
fiTe to ten cents a head. It was
placed on the calendar for the com
mittee of the whole.
j Hughes's public printing hill and the
i Colorado bridge memorials were passed
I Discuss County Division.
Hunt county, the unborn, took up
1 the time of the county affairs coram i:
! tees of the house and senate, and also
1 of some 20 prominent citBens of north
1 era Arizona, Thursday. Two Joint ses
' slons of the committe were held to
I discuss the proposed dismemberment
I of Coconino county. The division is
I provided for in a house bill introduced
! by Tom Maddock. of Williams, the town
that wants to be county seat ot itunt-
Among the citizens of Williams who
appeared before the joint committees
were Jacob Caughman. George W. Mat
thews, C E. Boyce. X N. Steeves, G
W. Harbin. B. F. Sweetwood, A. T.
Cornish and F. W. Smith. W. W.
Bass, who built the Bass trail into
the Grand Canyon, was also present at
the hearing. B. B. Perrin and son, Lilo
M. Perrin, of Williams, heavy land own
ers, appeared to argue against division.
Flagstaff's delegation included Geo.
Babbitt, judge E. M. Doe, Thomas A.
Flynn. B. A. Cameron, W. A. Switzer,
J. E. Jones. O. L. Hart. J. H. Fuller.
Robert Walton, Al Beasley and J. W
May Dismiss 10 Clerks.
Though the legislature will not admit
it they are given muoh Concern by the
Charges of wilful and Inexcusable ex
travagance made against them by the
Civic league of Phoenix, an organiza
tion of women, which includes the wives
of some of the most prominent citizens
T of Phoenix.
Recently the league appointed a com
mittee to investigate the running ex
penses Incurred by the. legislature. This
committee found that there were 54 leg
islators and 54 attaches. Since the re
port was submitted two attaches have
A whisper is floating around the cap
Itol that the protest Is having its ef
fect. Already the leaders f the house
have practically decided to discharge 10
Cattlemen Want Laws.
Proper support for the livestock sani
tary board, a reasonable fence law and
no repeal of 'the state butchers' license
law, are among the things advocated by
the cattlemen of Arizona to this legis
lature. The legislative board of the Ari-
j zona Cattle Growers' association has
held a meeting with the members of the
j livestock committees of the house and
I senate. Now the committeemen know
Just what the cowmen want.
ovMitLivr , .n xaflujcrou 3 mil bo mm
the cattle Inspection fees from five to
10 cents a Head was approved. This is
one of the methods favored for raisins
revenue for the livestock sanitary
board. Other methods were discussed
and among those approved were in
creased fees for recording brands and
I bills of sale.
There are many reasons why the cat
tlemen do not favor renealing the state
I butchers' license. One Is that it will
The present fence law has had tha
effect of antagonising the cattlemen
and farmers. At the meeting the legis
lative board went on record as beln
opposed to the law -and in favor of a
reasonable "legal fence."
The bill decided on by the cattlemB.'s
committee makes a legal fence one uf
four wires, with the posts no more thai
a rod apart. It carries provisions for
the collection of damages when stoe
break through such a fence.
ORNEE JURY AGAIN
UNABLE TO AGREE
la Divided Seven to Five and Tells
Judge There Is Xo Hope For
Midland, Texas, Feb. 14. The Jury it
the case of Mrs. Agnes Oraar. charged
with the murder of her daughter, LI.-
lle. Is unable to agree.
Yesterday afternoon was taken rp
with the arguments of attorneys. J. B.
Howard, of Midland, followed Cha.
Owen for the defence. Jos. Nealon
of El Paso, made the closing argument
for the state. Judge Isaacs .jpive the
- w uw jury at a ysieraj
At 10 oclock this moraine; the jury
requested ta see the judge, an tbxoagn
foreman & W. EhU. stated that they
were divided. evn to Jive, and that
there were no apparent hopes for
reaching and agreement. Judge Isaacs
insisted that they had not grren the
case consideration enough and sent
them back to the jury room. It Is re
garded as practically certain that the
case will result in a hung Jury.
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