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The Wfeklv Tombstone Kpitapii
published every Sunday, n ill gip all
the news and will ! M-nt to any ad
yf Four Months For
Bill Before Legislature to Make Ari
zona Divorce Mecca-Lands
Granted to University
TAX TELEPHONE AND
Reese M Ling's school land bill was
introduced In the boose by Leon .
JaoobB of Maricopa. This bill pro
vides for the appraisal o( echonl lands
and the improvements thereon, aud
the sale of the lands. The measure is
favored by a majority of the school
land lessees of the Salt river valley,
who in a recent meeting gave in their
practically unanimous approval
A joint memorial from the Senate
and House was sent to Congress this
afternoon, protesting against tlr
United States Commerce court, and
urging strongly its abolition. The
memorial was drawn by a conimitte
composed of A AWcrsely for the Sens
ate and Leon Jacobs 'or the House.
Next Monday a memorial to Con
grits rroteetine against tbe confirma
tion of Richard E Sloan's appoint'
ment as federal judge for Arizona, will
be introduced in tbe senate. The
persons behind this memorial are
keeping their plans dark.
Sunday In Tombstone Houses
Sunday School 10 a. in., K II.
Preachipg at 11 a, ra. Topic:
"With Christ in Oethseraane."
7 p.m. Y. P. B.C. E. Conducted
by the pastor.
Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Topic:
'With Christ in the Judgment Hall.'
Through tbe month of March the
feneral theme will be ' Waks With
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend these services.
Rev. H. A. Deck. Pastor.
Sunday services at the Catholic
church have been changed from every
third Sunday of the month to every
fourth Sunday, together with Saturday
preceeding and Monday following, a
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MbscSuf&iy has nd suhststuto
Many mixtures are offered as
substitutes for Royal. No other
Baking powder is the same in
composition or effectiveness, or
so- wholesome and economical,
nor will make such fine food.
Joya! is the only Baking Powder mad
from Royal Grap Cream of Tartar
Billp were introduced by Hughes,
prowdinc lor an mrreae from 1 to
5 per cent, tax on the net proceeds of
telegraph and telephone lines on all
business initiated and ending within
Bj Hushes providing for an amend
ment to the constitution prohibiting
Bj Livin, amending the divorce
laws of the state by providing for a
ix month'' residence in the state and
four montha' residence In tbe county
where tbe action is brought by ibe
By Hughes, providing for the trans
fer to the University of Arizona 3-0,
000 acres of land donated to the state,
of which 150,000 was to be appl ed to
a chool of mines and 150,000 for a
schrol of agriculture and mechanics,
the university having departments of
each connected mth it.
A communication was received from
tbe Normal school extending an in
vitation to the senate to te present at
a declamatory contest to be held there
Maes at 8 a. ra.
Mass at 9 a m.
Evening Service at 7:30 p m.
31 os DAY
Maes at 8 a m.
Sunday school every Sunday at 10
a, m., Mrs. Wm Cavauagh, Supt.
All are cordially invited to attend.
Key. Fr. Dcval, Pastor.
Rev. Fr. Early, Ass't.
Sunday School 10 00 a. m.
Epworth League 7 p. to.
Preaching every third Sunday.
All are invited.
Trkyok OKTOf. Pastor.
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PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICE
In view o! the (act that there ate
reteralcates of small pox in DojcIss;
seventy ca3s in 1uton and, that
there is a serious epipemlc of this dis
I eaee in northern Sonora, it would he
well for everyone who has never had
the disease or who has not been re-c-ntly
vacc nite'il, m be accmated at
H.HOUS10X HOOHART. M.O.
315 City Health ttficer.
H P Johnson and wile. W R Sbad
ley and lie and Gee J Stoney and
wife, all of Fort Huachuca arrived in
Tombstone )esterday alternoon to at
tend the Eastern Star lodge last nigbt
returoing to the fort today. All tbe
party were initiated into the Star,
except Mr and Mrs Stoney, who are
old time members and came over to
it nes tbe impressive ritualistic work.
The Tumbstone Star is noted for
having the best working degree team
in this jurisdiction of the order.
Trains Are Again
Trains coming in from the east are
approaching more nearly to schedule
time although several are sti I run
ning a fen- hours late. The cold spell
in West Texas and Kansas that ba
delayed traffic for many wefks suoiy
signs ol breaking up and it is to he
expected that all trains mil be run
ning on tbeir schedule times aitbin a
His Illegal Entry
A Chinaman that was brought to
Tuceun by Inspector Milton who made
the capture near Fairbanks, was given
a trial yeateidsy before tbe In-ipector-in
-charge and was found
guilty of having entered the United
States illegally. The Celestial ad
mitted bis guilt readily enough and
made no attempt to evade any of the
questions that were asked of him. He
will be deported ei'her back into Mex
ico or to China as soon as tbe proper
advice is received from tbe secretary.
to Tombstone Ladies
A sale of kimonas and wrappers is
now on at Rock's 8. ore a 25 per cent
cut in prices having been made on
thrsa itms, samples of which may te
seen at Recks show aindow. An op
portunity for bargains is offered
Tombstone ladies who should avail
bemselvet of thi offer.
Suit Xo31. C E Van Wye vs Mar
garitte Van Wye, divorce.
We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Re
ward for aoy case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Haifa Catarrh
F J. Chexey A Co., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have known
K. J. Cheney for the hut 15 years, and
elieve him perfectly honorable in all
jasinesa transactions and 6nancially
Able tc carry out any obligations made
bT cif firm.
Waldivo, Kixh as A. Mabvjx,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken inter
tally, acting directly upon the blocd
and mucous surface of the system,
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
y a bottle. SoM - all duszista.
TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA-SUNDAY,
Topics Tersely Told
Visitors to City; Local and
Personal Items of Interest
Attorney R C French of Douglas
armed on the noon train on business
before the superior court.
Attorney Frank W Dian ol Doug
las arrived on the noon irain on court
Rev Trevor Orton returned last
evening from St Daid. where he went
to look after the Methrdiit church
I.OnT Bi focal, gold rim spectacles
Finder will be pM reward uron re
turn of same tn W R King.
Douglas is to hie a $G0,' OOdepo'. to
be located at the intersection of G
venue and the E P .t S W racks ac
cording tu a report received from El
I'aeo jesteiday TSio plans for the
itation are said to have been approved
by the company.
Mr and Mrs L C Clocr were the
hosts at a party last evening at tin it
home on Toughnut street. About
twenty gues's were present and all
are willing to assert that Mr and Mrs
Cloerare excellent entertainers. The
evening wa spent in various games,
nstrumen'al and vocal selections anil
ibout II o'clock deIiciou refreshments
were sered hy the hostess which was
-ell enjoyed Those present were:
Mrsdames doer, Giragi, Davis. Fard
and Miseea Giragi, Mary Pistouetti.
Webster, Senders, Prarin Pistonetti,
an! Hyde; Mefars Cloer, Iliahop, Sen
ders, Rravin, Robiuson, Simpson,
Amcrico and rrank ristnnrttl and
Columbus and Carmel Giragi.
Newsy Notes From All Over Arizona
Carefully Condensed for The
At Globe Joe Scberie bonded six
claims located sear Troy to eastern
capitalists for 30 ,000.
Hon C D Reppy arrived at Hayden
Thursday to report to the American
Smelting and Refining company of
which corporation be is now a field
? A Eberlain has bought E P Cad
well's interest in tbe Final Title and
Abstract company and will continue
to conduct tbe business.
Roderick Ross of Santa Crux county
and an inmate of the Pioneer's Home,
died last week of old age.
At Williams, John Kempter, aged
75 years 5 months and 13 days, died
Gus Scbamp, an old-time resident
of Yavapai county, died 'act week at
Cneof tbe boldest burglaries com
mitted in Douglas for several months,
took plae at an early hour when a
plate glass window in front of the
store of Philip Margosin.on G aenue
between Eighth and Ninth streets,
was broken with a rock and goods
valued at mere than 100 taken.
At Yuma, EF Sanguinotti's new
store will front scventy-Sve feet on
Main street ana nave a aeptn ol one
hundred and fifty feet, will tie threo
stories high with basement. Two
additional stories will be added later.
possibly next winter. The building
will be constructed of reinforced con
srete lacea witn enameled crick ol a
I Seven men driving a Mitchell Six,
pi tap i.
MARCH 24, 1912
Mr and Mrs C Xeesly returned to
I tbeir home at Grand Rapids, Mich.,
I this morning after a week's visit with
tbeir cousins Harry and Vern Ken-.
Mr and Mrs I T King'buary re
turned home from their wedding trip
to Tucson and Phoenix laBt evening
and were given a warm welcome by
their many county seat friends. The
Tombstone charivari br'gade of jun
iors started their joyous note of wel
c me last evening while the older
member-hip have been busy with tbe
popular couplo ever since.
Attorney Lee O Wcolery was an
utgolng pasienger last evening for
Land on a da 's vist with his par
ents. Court Reporter John Walker re
turned last evening from Fort Hua
chuca, where he went to report sever.
al court martial cases.
Cashier Brandt of tbe First National
Bank of TombstODe was an ou'goiog
passenger today for Bisbee.
Douglas Gray, president of the
Tombstone chamber of commerce, re
turned today from Bisbee accompan
id by his wife wbo has sufficiently
recovered from her illness and surgi
cal operation to return to her home
Mrs George Porter returned to B:i
bee today after a fortnight's visit with
her sis'er Mrs George RsHeMy.
arrived in Yuma Thursday slur &
hard drive across the desert from Los
Angeles. Tbey came by the new
route over the divide at Beaumont.
They were driving two cars, one of
which became disabled.
At Globe, James Hallo, aged 60
years, a native of Ittly, who came
from Silver:on, Colo , died at the
county hospital Sunday, where he
had been ill far some time.
Miami is in the midst of another
CJal famine, none of the staple fuel in
the camp, ard this makes business
good for the Mexicans aood haulers,
who transport their wocd from tbe
Finals on burros.
It wis decided by tbe ministerial
association of Globe Monday morning
that an effort sboul ', be made to raue
a famine fund for tbe more tban 2,
00,000 people now starving in Cen
Miss Julia Ryan, of Globe's popular
young ladies, and Mr Robert Mackey,
a prominent mining man of Cochise
county, were married at Globe Sunday
tbe ceremony being performed by
Rev Father Barrett.
The largest mortgage ever filed in
At zona was recorded at Phoenix this
week. The mortgager is tbe Santa
Fe railwaysjstem and mortgagee ia
the Gaaran'y Trust company of New
.York. The amount of this lien on
tbe property cf tbe railway
system is $50,000,000.
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BY JUNE FIRST
E.P.&S.W. Extension to Tucson Crowd
ed Three Months Ahead Of Con
The grading for the El Paso ard
Southwestern extension into Tuceoo
will be-completed three months before
the dates called for in the contract
with the railroad company, according
to C C Tinkler, superintendent o'
"I believe ne are making an excep
tional record on the grading work ."
said Mr Tinkler. "There is nothing
Rhodes Scholarship at Oxford
Available for Arizona Applicants
The next qualifying examinations) be will apply in the state of his res
for Cecil Rhodes scholarships in Oxford , idence or in the state where he has
university will be held in October ol done his academic work,
this year at the University of A'rizona. '
These examinations are held twice in j e con,m,ttee "lection who
a period of three years, omitting exery "'" ,1tc,da ca "ie PPe t
third year. One scholar is choen 0to.er consists of the president of
from each state and territ ry and a i he University of Arizona, Prof F X
candidate may himzelf decide whether i Guild and Dr E S Bates.
Frank Crable Reappointed Post
master of Tombstone Also Pas
ses Attorney Examination
Honors were crowded upon Post
master Fiank D Crable yesterday
when that popular Tombstoner re
ceived notice of bis reappointment as
postmaster of Tombstone and also suc
cessfully passed tbe stringent exam
inations at Pboeoix yesterday ad
mitting him to practice of law in the
state of Arizona. Mr Crable was one
of a successful class of eight applicants
to tale the examinatirn before the
supreme court at Phoenix this week
aud a certificate was issued him yes
terday having passed an exceedingly
creditable examination. But few
Uncle Sam to Build Nine Mile
Water Pipe Line to Fort Hua
chuca From Garden Canyon
Instructions from the war depart
ment at Washington have been re
ceived by Captain J L Jordoo, con
struction quartermaster at Fort Hua
chuca. to ask for pre posals for the
construction of an eight-inch water
Spinal Meningitis at El Paso Caus
ing Alarm and Fear of Spread
That El Paso is becoming aroused
over the Invasion of the city of spinal
meningitis , became evident yesterday
when a personal telegram was re
ceived by a local man, stating that one
of tbe city schools had been closed on
account of tbe disease.
The exact number of cases in tbe
THE EPITAPH V
$3 PER TEAK
Is published every Sunday, and con
tains all the nens of the week aa it
appears in The Daily Pkospectok-
MADE ON ROAD
I now which would offer to block the
! completion of tb- work three montha
1 before the final ila'e allowed by the
contract I look for the last work to
becomplttfd aDout the first of June.
while the latter part of August is tbe
date specified by tbe contract."
' "A number of grading campa have
already finished their work and dis-
J friends were aware that Mr Crable waa
diligently delving in Blackatone logic
I with a view of perfecting himself in
the law, but his earnest application
and study is now rewarded by honored
place among the professional roster of
state legal lights. Tbe Peobpeo
tor jnirje tbe many friends of Mr
Crable in extending congratulations
on his reappointment as postmaster
and slso in hi attainment of legal
honors r.s attorney at law.
: h LAXATiVfc GDUGH SYRDT
BEKEVC2 COHOH8 AND COLDS
pite lice from Garden Canyon lo the
post a distance of nine miles.
Tbe purpose of constructing this
pipe line is to provide a water supply
at the peat sufficient to allow of tbe
garritoniog of a large body of troops
at Fort Huachuca.
Pass City at this time is not known,
but a recent newapaper statement
stated it as six. Whether there haa
been further spread of contagion ia
not known, but it is considered quite
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