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STATE ITEMS OF IN
An eaty way to keep an oil Imp
from looking it to saturate tbe wicks
with strong vinegar and allowing lotm
to dry before using tbem, one will N
astonished to tee bow clear and bril
liant a dame is produced.
At Williams a contract bas been let
for a two-etory f 20,000 opera bouse
Severisoo Ana) a arretted sear
Florence for tbe murder cl hie father-in-law,
Kamcn Duran,bas admitted
The Ray-Hajden-Winkleman dis
trict is to be connected op witb a new
long distance air lice.
Two Phoenix youtbs are in jail as
tbe result of a joy ride. They stand
accused of taking a masbine from a
garage and wrecking it.
Prescott Knights uf Columbus per
formed a graceful act last week when
tbey gave a smoker and made tbe
gneatt of honor fifteen old timer from
L. T! t TT
.u. - xiume.
Parker is tn have a test of the local
option law which it adopted wben go - -
ing dry. An arrest has been made
and tbe hearing set for April 5 Tbe
Anti-saloon league is behind tbe pros
ecution. As a resu't of having both feet froz
en about two weeks ago, William
Koyle it lying in a critical condition
at the boepital in Prescott.
The eighth summer session of the
Arizona Normal School will open June
17, and close August 9.
Those interested in farming will be
pleated to learn tbat a movement is
being made to organize a state-wide
Farmers Institute in Arizona.
Superintendent S R Trengrove, of
tbe Blue Bell mines was in Prescott,
last week, and stated that about fif
teen men will be added to the force at
According to advice received at
Prescott from Washington, reliable
informationis given nut that tbe mili
tary affairs committee of tbe senate
has emphatically frowned on tbe pro
posal of tbe war department to abolish
An experiment with eucalyptus
trees will be conducted on tbe Warren
ranch near Bitbee. A hundred of
these hardwood trees are being plant
ed on tbe ranch.
An election of considerable impor
tance to Tempe took place on Tnes
day of this week, April 2nd. Tbe
election in question was to determine
whether or not a franchise should be
granted to tbe Salt River Valley Elec
tric Railway company to operate a line
through the town. The result bas
not yet been learned.
At Yuma, William Irby died at the
residence of Q C Taylor Sunday
morning after a short illnees of pneu
monia. The saloons over at Phoenix are'do
ing a rushing buamees these days in
furnishing material for tbe police otfi
cers to work on. LastSaturdaynight
there were 64 arrests made by the offi.
cers all drunks and only IS out of
tbe 54 escaped with sotpended ten
The escape from tbe asylum of a
Mexican named Sankerin? was report
ed latt Saturday. When he disap
peared he wore a new suit of overalls
and j government iiat.
Outing tbe recent high water the
bed of tbe Qila underwent a consider
able change about five mile from
Harden, according to reports from
tbat city, wbicb brings; it within
threatening proximity to tbe poles of
Tbe salaries for Pinal county at' tbe
present rate will total about 142,000
lor tbe year 1912.
What are termed tbe outside inter
ests in the Tucson Iron Work have
iust been nurchased by A Steinfield &
company and will be an integral part
of tbe company's batineai enterprises.
The new telephone line from Yama
to Somerton and all way points has
been completed. It it now possible
to talk from Ynma to almost every
home in the valley with perfect ser
vice. Whether tbey were grazing tbem in
the forest or merely driving them over
"long trails" is tbe point in connec
tion with tbe case o! six sheepralsers
who are on trial Io Phoenix for grai
ing tbeir flocks io tbe Tonto forest
Rsjv Watt, tbo priaon rriaiiooar,
h in Florence last week and preacb
id to the prisoner at tba ttat6 prison.
Sunday evening be preached at
Presbyterian church. He was an
old frontier scout and waa on tbe
ground where Phoenlt now
stands , 10 j ears af o.
At Williams tbe contract lor tbe
buiMing nf the new school house was
Jet Monday aftemoou bv the board of
cbool trustees. M Tulf, of Phoenix'
being tbe lucky man, hit bid being
tbe lowest. His bid was (or
Supt R B Sims, of tbe slate prison,
believe that a joint effort on the patt
of tbe state authorities and tbe town
of Florence would induoe tbe govern
ment to extend its tbree-phatfl traos-
mi:sion lice from Sacaton to Florence
and thus enable the prison and tb
people to obtain cheap and reliable
electric energy for power and lighting
The Graham County Safford Com
mercial club tormd a permanent or
ganization this week with over ooe
Jobn A j.oii oommi!ocer ,t Ufge
(or tbe San Diego exposition ia now
in Pboen'x for tbe purpose of obtain
ing the participation of Arizona in tbe
exhibition, inducing tbe legislature
to make an appropriation and select a
site for tbe state building.
When tbe Antelope Gold Mining
company was awarded valuable water
rights claimed by Harrison Yarnell.
what is said to have been one of the
most important suits ever tried in
Yavapai county was decided last
March receipts are reported to have
shown a gain of nearly 25 per cent
over tbe same month in 1911 io tbe
Phoenix postuffice. Tbe gain was
f 1,588.79, but tben the legislature is
now in eeetion.
Doings in the
The Kline esse testimony came to a
cl-te today after a week's trial and
both sides to submit briefs and judg
ment rendered later. All the wit
nesses and court attendants left tor
their respective homes this afternoon
Tbe records of tbe United States
ccurt, which have been stored in tbe
vault in tbe rlerk's office of tbe super
ior court since tbe change wasmide,
have been boxed up and delivered over
to tbe care of United Htates Marshal
Overlook, who had tbem shipped to
Phoenix. Several volumes of tbe
United Slates statutes wero shipped
to Globe, wbere tbey will be used.
A license to wed wasitsued yesterday
to Jobn Lund berg, age 21, and Eva
Johnson age 26, both of Bisbee.
Judge Sutler and County Attorney
bilmore have both received word from
Phoenix to tbe effect tbat the emor
gency grand jury bill will in all proU
ability be passed during the present
week and that a grand jury wi'l te
drawn in this county vtithin two
In tbe Superior court this morning
tbe usual question of whether or not
a live s'ock sanitary inspector has the
right to go into an enclosureand seize
freshly branded calves tbat are cot
witb their mothers was up again. Tbe
question came up in tbe argument of
the demurer to tbe complaint in tbe
case of H L Johnson vs Vail and
Gates for damages . Tbe case arose
cut of the eeiiare of Cattle Inspector
Wright at Benson few months since
of five head of cattle belonging to
Johnson Tbe quee'ion of title was
fougbt out in tbe justice court at Ben
son and tbe calves ordered released.
In tbe present ease tbe question ol
damage over the seizure came up.
Tbe complaint waa demnred to by
Attorney Jobn Wright of Tucson for
tbe defendants. At'oroey Hays of
Willcox represented tbe plaintiff, and
tbe case was submitted to tbe court
and taken under advisement.
In tbe case of Hearst vs McOorkl
judgment was given to the plaJatif in
tbeumof!S299. McCorkl waa
former agent of tbe Hearst Examiner
In tbe caw of tbe Arizona Mntnal
Saving t Loan Ass n v Feroand
Vigoe, R L Johnson, rt al and Zsl-
phia Miller, et el, respectively, judg
ment was given to tbe plaintiff and
an order of sale issued.
Tbe ca e of Hickey vs Liddecote
was ordered diemtised.
Judge 8utter this afternoon ad
journed the Superior court until Mon
day tbe eighth at 1:30 p.m. Consider
able probate matter waa disposed of
dunog tbesesslon today.
In tbe WO Greene estate a motion
was entered Continuing tbe heariog of
tbe protest, over tbe appointment of
an administrator unt-ll April 9tb.
After this order had been entered a
tabtrquent entry was made to the ef
fect that ibe application for the ap
pointment of administrator of estate
be diimlssed and both parties to pay
their own costs.
In tbe case of Hearst vs McQorkle
an order was entered granting a stay
ot execution Inr sixty days.
I In tbe case of Payla vs Woolery an
order wat entered continuing the ar
gument on the demurrer.
Est J L Brown; order appofotiog
Apr 16 at 10 a m day hearing for
distribution; also order directing
notice to be given.
Est Martin E Finnerty; Apr 16 at
10 a m day probating will and hearing
petition Owen E Murphy for letters.
Suit No 40. JIilos Juuobevjcb vs
Dutcban R Swcbev; appeal J P court.
Est Refugio Cuca Morales; order
confirming sale real estate.
Doings In the
Maddock to amend act 22 of session
laws of twenty-second legislature,
providing that ll fes received by tbe
secretary of st te be tnrned into tbe
treasury; to corporations.
Babbitt, providing for tba organiza
tion ot drainage districts for the pur
pose of draining agricultural lands;
to agriculture and irrigation commit'
Jacobs, amendiog sixly-four para,
graphs ol tbe penal code; to judiciary.
The house ote on suffrage to pass
the bill was, for. Babbitt, Bail, Cocke,
Croloot, Gonzales, Hall, Irvine, Jacobs
Jacobsoo, Johnson, Jones, Kane,
Lewis, Linney, Moore of Yavapai,
Moore ol Pima, Murphy, Whipple.
Against: Barker, Brooks, Bocbsn.
an, Craig, Curry, Drennan. Duncan,
Ellis, Graham, Kelton, Karr, Mad
dock, Mattox.Saxton, Bradner. Ab
sent and not voting, Wren and Lynch.
A message was received from the
governor recommending a commission
of five members to represent Arizona
at the Ban Bit go exposition.
Senator Wood ol Maricopa intro
duced two measure which will tdd
seven additional member to the of
ficial family. Tbe first creates a
state board ot osteopathic examiners
to examine and register all applicants
for tbe right to practice osteopathy
within tbe state. This board con
sists of three members.
Wood' second bill create a state
board of architecture ot four members
to examine all wnuld be architects
who desire to do business io Arizona.
By Roberts, No 77, to amend act
29 of the session of the twenty second
legislative assembly of the territory,
relating to incorpora'ion, tranifssfjcg
me nuog oi articles irom ine otntt ol
the auditor to tbe corporation com
mission. By Roberts, repealing chapter 97 nf
tbe session laws ol 1909, relating tbe
construction and maintalnanoe of
publio highways, and creating tbe
office of state engineer.
Bill introduced were:
By Wortley pertaining to employ
es in mine and smelters, coke oven
and other place witb 8 hoar provi
Hobbell to provide a noiform ser
ies of text books io tbe public school
and to furnish the same for free dis
tribution. Joint resolution No 1 ratifying tbe
amendment to tbe United State ooo.
Citation providing for an income tax,
received tbe unanimous vote of the
Wood' senate till No 10, an emer
gency measure, in reference to draw
ing grand and trial jurors, also re
ceived the unanimous yote of tiie
. Committee on labor reported favor'
ably on Hogbea'.anti blacklisting bill
recommending 'tbat it do pas in
Hughes' anti-railroad relief aseoci-
a'ion bi 1 was recommended to be ii
definitely laid en the tablav
Davis' bill. No 40, relative to brani.
ing or stamping cold ttorsgr eggs and
other pn-duee, was recommended to
be put in cold storage; tbat Is,
that It do not past.
Hughes' one day of rest In seven
bill and also
Sunday barbering bill
New bills introduced:
Kiik Moore house bill No 73, to
amend section 298, chapter 19, revised
statute of 1901.
Linney appropriating $1500 for
maintenance of public health office.
Lynch establishing supervisorial
districts and fixing salaries ot super
Babbitt providing that auditor be
made superintendent of insurai.ee.
Jonet in reference to a public tchool
system and providing fuods tor its
Johnson anti-trust bill.
Johnton defining crimes against
transportation and commerce.
Tbe motion to reconsider woman
suffrage bill was put to a vote and car
ried by 21 to 14. A motion to lay it
on tbe table was lost and it was tben
voted to recommit to tbe enrolling
and engrossing committea.
Johnson's prison reform bill was in
Traoklaying will begin on the Tuc
son extension of tbe El Paso and
Southwestern railroad tomorrow
moroing, according to a statement
made by Superintendent F B King
yesterday evening. This work will
start at Fairbanks and aocordiog to
understanding tbe tracklaying will all
be done from the eatt end of tbe lice
and not from both end of tbe line
as was stated some time ago in a Tuc
son paper tbat it would be.
Tbo laying of track will be complet
ed as eocn as possible from tbe di
version point at Fairbanks to tbe San
Pedro river, a distance of 7000 feet.
Here it will await tbe installation of
the big steel bridge acrosstbat stream.
This will enable tbe company to haul
tbe bridge material to tbe bank ot tbe
river. Mr King stated that tbe con
struction of tbe bridge would require
about one month and that by tbat
time tbe grading contractors will be
so near through witb their work that
there will be no further delay in the
traoklayiog until Tucson is reached.
When this line is ready for opera
tion it bas been arranged for handling
all tbe traffic ol the Rock Island sya
tern over tbe Soutbweftern to its
western terminus at Tucson wbere it
will be delivered to tbe Southern
Pacific Heretofore the Southern
Pacific has been receiving the Rock
Island paesenger and freight traffic
for tbe west at El Paao. By building
tbe extension to Tuceon tbe South
western ill secure a tbree hundred
mile haul of ibis traffic io addition to
tbe haul on tbe eastern division from
Tucumcari to EI Pto.
iDeal In Arizona
W K Meade returned ll'tt evening
from visit to P)tania section,
bringing tbe newa'tWit'tbe famous
Three R group of mine in Santa Cruz
county belonging to Mr R R Richard
son, were bonded yesterday to N am-
ster of Boston for approximately S500,
000 Thi deal ia an important one and
tbe first big mining aale in the new
late. Tbe Three R Group comprise
between 30 and 40 claims, baa several
thousand feet of development and baa
long been regarded a one of tbe moat
promising mines in tbe west. By the
term of tbe bund, which cover 18
montbi.it is understood immediate
work will be prosecuted and some ex
tensive piansoldevelopKent is con
Mr Amster tbe copper magnate who
secured tbe bond is heavily interested
in Arizona coppers being prominent
ly identified witb the Shannon Co and
actively engaged ia the Gleson dis
trict operation io this county, also
at other poiatsio Arizona,
Court Reporter Jobn W Walker re.
turned borne latt evening from Fort
Huaebuc. wbrc fa. went to officiallj
report evidence in several court mat-
-- . , .. up.
On January 31, 1912, there weie
tweuty-four postal savings depositor
ies ia operation io Ar :ona, with de
posits amounting to over 177,Ol0.
This amount was deposited by about
lzOO depositors or an average of $116
per depoaitor. Since tbe opening of
postal savings depositories in Arizona
there bave been approximately 17K)
accoun'e opened and mote than 4-'00
deposits made, or an average of three
deposits to each depositor, and about
1300 withdrawal, or an average of
lets than one to each depositor.
Compared with number of deposi
tors sod amount on deposit with
other states, Arizona ranks thirtieth
in number of accounts remaining
open January 3It, and twrntieth in
total amount remaining on deposit,
ehoing ai compared with other
states the average amount to tbe
credit of each depoeitor ie very much
higher in Arizona than is the average
amount for tbt United Statet.
Arizona is tbe forty-aixtb state in
tbe union, judged by population, so
tbat a standiug of 3 th in number of
depositors and 20. h in amount on de
posit puts Arizona in an exception
ally high standing, wben judged by
per oent ot population using poetal
savings as a meant of saving! and
even belter wben compared with the
amount on deposit.
Guests of Honor
A dinner it to be given this evening
by tbe freibman class ot tbe Uoiver
tlty tl Arizona at which the guests of
honor will be Miss Gladys Dunlap ol
the Willcix high tchool, Kdnlo Peter
son of the Mesa high tchool. and Vin
ton Hays of the Willcox high school ,
the three being winners of prizes in
the oratical and song contest held at
the University Tuesday night. Tue
Blighton Must Appear
Before the House
Immediately after the Houee jour
nal was read Mr Kelton of Cochiee
arose to a question of privilege and
ttated that F II Blighton, a ho or
cupied a place in the pres9 gallery.
bad made ttatements reflecting on
the members by alleging that be knew
tbat a coiruption fund had been em
ployed to secure tbe passage of senate
bill No 39 and house bill No 41, and
made a motion that a committee of
five be appointed to investigate the
alleged statement! and that Mr
Blighton be summoned to appear be
fore them and submit such informs.
tion to the committee as he possessed.
In support of tbe motion be stated
tbat if tbre bad been any "elush
fund" in evidence be wanted to know
where it went and who received it.
fbe speaker appointed Messrs Kel
ton, Saxon, Kerr, Jones and Brooks
as said com-nittee.
An aaiignmen'. by tlit Moore Fu-I
& Feed Co for the benefit of its cred
itors bas been filed in the office ot the'
county recorder. Cah received by
the assignee was $1224.81; duburse-
tnents $3337; balance on band in cash
April 14. 1911 $887.81. M.rch 31
'1911 L J Overlook waa appointed
trustee in bankruptcy and P H Fitz
patiick, attignoe waa ordered to turn
over to tbe said truatee the ateetts
and records of the Moore Fuel and
Ask your doctor how often
he prescribes an alcoholic I
stimulant for children. He I
wffl probably say, "Very,!
very rarely." Ask him how
often he prescribes a tonic for
them. He will probably an
swer, "Very,very frequently."
Then ask him about Ayer's
Sarsaparilla as a strong and
safe tonic for the young. Not
a drop of alcohol in it
Always keep a box of Ayer's Pills in the
bouse. Just one pill at bedtime, now and
t?1 a ft varnll awaaul a . .
bIliou.ne. indi,.ion AU?h"
How many year bas your doctor known
mc puiar A him .all about tbem.
I From Thursday's Daily
Altnrniy Joseph Scott of Lis An
te It s in fie at) tin met, on I u.
nesi c. nnected with nutters of
the estate of tbe Ule Martin Cos
cllo, Forest Ranger Birdsall June? of Co
cbite Strongl.old aaa in Tombstone
today on a short visit. He is putting
io over a hundred acres in crops on
his homestead this spring.
John 'Jleeson and Bi Brrnt of
ilec on re linnhstnue v sitor- n day
Mrs Mary Costello and son Cecil,
of Los Anift lee are spending tbe week
Natbalien L Houston sod Hnry
Pyeatt ol Canille, well km wn cattle
men ot the Huachucas were Tomb
ttone visitors today.
George S ('arty of Fott Huaehuca
was io Tombstone tcday to male the
final prool on his valuable homestead
entry in the Huachucas.
Attorney O Gibson returned borne
today from a several day's viit in
Mra E T Boucher and Mrs Axtell
loft this morning for Ciliente Springs,
Yuma County, where they will re
main for several weeks on a visit.
E H Reeves nent to Tucson
moroing on a day's business viit
Good Roads Boosters
Tombstone nas invaded this morn
ing by a host of au'ntnobilists, mem
bera cf the Warren District Commer
cialClub. They came on a 'mieiio.i"
and pioved live wires ol an active and
boosting organization. The parade of
machines, all flyioe club banners,
passed the Pkospfctok offics to the
gay salute o( the boosters' diito blasts,
and made a direct line for tbe court
It mi;bt have looked as if the rush
ing phalanx intended to siid the court
house on thofe machines, but the de
signs ere friendly. They fairly
snooped upon the beard of supervis
ors and Boosters swarn ed on all sides.
Dr Bledsoa opened the tall, staling
the heart's desire of ibe Club and rep
re enta ivfs ol the richest distrirt in
the state It was to oil a part of the
county road leading from Lonell to
Warren. The diacuasino brought out
many remarks, tacts and figures bv
tbe boosters and members of tl e
board, on good roads and incidentally
a tide light on recent territorial high
way metbeds. proposed legislation and
tlso on county road fund conditions.
The board finally appropriated $2000
from the Warren discict road fund
lor the oily caure and the first and
important step taken on permanent
road improvement received official
sanction mid the plaudits of the
Boosters and good road enthusiasts.
Thedeleg tion numbered about 50
and among the number the following
is a partial list of B oster visitors:
Tom Hughes, L Stalling, J J Boneu
Dr N C Rledroe, M J Cunuinghtm,
Charles fiollz, William Iieid, Charles
Reid.-fessie Yoakum, J W Knner,
WEHaaiin, H D Mt-Vay, Oscar
Doyle J W Hogan. C M Henkel Wm
Drury.C A McDonald, Dr Miner. Jus
Brophjr, E A Tovrea, H Poppen, Wm
Robinson, Charles Troutman, E Marks
J H Gray, Harry Locke. H Huddle
ston, J H Jack, i.L Oilman. A W
Sowle.C H Hamilton. Fred R tter, J
M Rots, and M E Casaidy.
In converaatioc yet.riay one of
tbe contractors on tbe Tnceon extens
ion of the E P 4 S W made the state
ment that there w s hardly a sub-con
tractor who bad been on the iob but
what had lost considerable money. I
some of tbem losing as high as
to fg.UOO on the contracts thit they
bad taxeu under MacArtbur Bros, tbe
original contractors Many of them
will be compelled to mortgage their
outfits in order to pay eff their em
ployes and the merchants io whom
tbey are indebted for supplies It is
stated that the Lie Moore Com ruc-
tion contpiuy who aar building the
Lewis Bpnnirs-Fairbank cntorT will be
tbe largest loosers. Their loss will be
over $150(0. Tbe character ot the
ground is said to have misled tbe n-a-jority
of tbe contractors in their cati
mates, acd the coat of handling it
greater than wti- first expected ,
Concrete contractors bave in mnt l
I stance cleared tome money.
From Friday's Daily
Advices have been receivd to the
tr ct that Luke Short, who -a ft rtn
e'ly h deputy -Ij-nfT in this county,
has been appcinled a couuly ranger
in Pitna county by the board ol sup
ervisors ot that county. Mr Short
was alto at one time deputy under
Sheriff Nelson at Tucaon. Mr Short
is a good officer and bis friends here
eongiatulate him on securing bis new
S r.ff lUiry Wheeler is keping a
I g fion!- ol tliH tnpt made ny the
county automobile which sl-ons trips
made, who was carried nnd the saving
in time and expense of the deputies as
well as in saving railroad fare. Tbe
book shows that the machine bas al
ready saved the county considerable
money, and if the record is kept up
nil! show that tbe machine will psy
for itself in a short time, besides hII
costs ol its maintainance. Yceterday
the machine went to Iieuson after a
prisoner tbat was wanted in Lowell;
took bim to that place and brought
back prisoners from Douglas and Low
ell, thereby saving time and railroad
Supervisor W M Kiggs arrived from
his borne at El Dorado latt evening to
attend the meeting ol the board of
supervisors. Mr Kiggs report! the
roundup of the Chircabua Cattle' Co
at W'et Wells one of the bigge-t in
Judge S W McCale of Cochite ie
amm g the county seat visi ore from
he north end of tl e county today.
Dr L Ransome of the United
States Geological Survey with bead
q tarters iu Washington, D. C, who
has epeut the past two months in the
Tombstone mining district bas pone
to Gila county.
Constable J A Jenkins of Cocbise
arrived last evening for a few days
visit at the county ieai
Mr and Mrs A H Gardner left this
afternoon on n month's trip to New
York City stopping enrouto at Waco,
Texaa, St Louts, Cincinnatti, Phila
delphia and Washington.
Four important circulars, each one
con ainiog an order dealing with the
corporations of Arizona, were issued
bv ibe corporation commission.
The four circulars in pirt are as fol
lows; Circular N'o 1 "That all tariffs
and cIaasific.i:ions of common car
riers and nlteratea and charges made
and collected by other public service
corporations, in tffect and use on
February 1-ltlt, IS!?, are hereby adopt,
el and sbail remain in effect acd
force, pendiog investigation and fur
ther orders of the commission."
Circular Xo 2. "That each of said
public service corporations as defined
in section 2, Article 14 of the con.ti
tution of the state of Arizona, submit
to the corporation comm'esion on or
before April 15th, IP12, a statement
showing in full all ratee and charges
made and collected, as of February
14th, 1912, and alio the ratee and
charges in f fleet on April I 1912.
"Companies or corporations fur
nishing gas, electricity, water for do
mestic use o.- fire protection, cold air
forrefrgerating purposes, or furnish
ing public telephone service will give
mi oi meir rates in such manner a
will ehow each and every rate and
charge of tbe several classes ot patron
Circular N 3 "That the Pacific,
Gas & Elec ric company shall prepare
and hie with this commieslon, at its
offices, on or before Apiil 15, 1912,
inventory and appraistl ot tbe cost
and value of their property in tbo
state of Arizona."
Circular Xo 4. "The corporation
coaimis-inn will on Monday, Apiil
22. 1912, at its ciSce in the Ominl
building at Phoenix. Ariiona. t.bo nn
and consider the matter of passcneer
rates applying between points in Ari
zona." MAKE YOUR GARDEN
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