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TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA-SUNDAY. MAY.,26, 1912
- ELECTION MATTER
Bill Is Tabled and Election Question
Undecided Eighteen Bills Intro
duced Sn Senate
Another effort irn mule t'i have
the legislature declare for another
state election in November, tut the
proposition met with the same fate it
did at the regular session. Tie joint
resolution was laid on the table.
In the home three more Lilts were
introduced They are the public ex
aminer bill by Kerr and L-wis, one
providing 'or a state purchasing "gent,
by Bradner, and an auti lobbying bill,
By the committee ou Uood road
regulating the operation of motor ic
hiclra on publio highways.
Ry IUII of Coc!iie; n sa-ure de
signed to provide for the erly publi
cation of decisions rendertd by the
snprerue court of the etkte.
By Jacob o! Maricopa; cr atmg a
new state board of con' rnl and state
By Broo't of Gil: provide for the
supervision and examination of batiks
by a commission c nsi'ting of three
Eight bills were iutrcducd in the
senate vetterday bringing the total
number eo lar introduced in that !cdr
up to fifteen. These bills covered a
wide range of subjee's.
Among the more important were
bills providing for the office of state
engineer and making an appropria
tion to cover the state highway wurV,
a measure providing for an inheritance
tax; a bill providing tor the formation
of Boulevard districts sj auti-Wbite
Seek to Amend 8-Hour Law to
Apply to ' Change Day"
M C Hankins, who is connected
with the Copper Queen smelter at
Douglas, is in the city today on his
way to Phoenix to appear before the
tpoo;al session of the legislature, seek
ing revision in the proposed eighth
hour law for amelter and mine em
ployes. The bill a introduce! in
the bod see by State Senator A. A.
W'orsley of Pima county.
Tbe desired revision wojld charge
the tex of the bill only to such an
extent as it applies to change daje in
1 be hill provides t'ia' all employee
$ Royal has no substitute for
V making delicious home-baked foods
The only Baking Powder made Xy
fr-A frnm Dnv.nl
SI wa a-s', a bill prosiding fr the pub
' licatioo of the names, of owners and
I stockholder in newspapers, and a bill
'to makeup the present deficiency in
the state road fund
1 By Hughes, providirg that cities
may inc es their indebt-dnes ovr
I the 9 percent limit now cheered to
not more than IS per cetit, for the
purpose of installing putdic utilities
By Hughes, cresting the office of
legislative reference librarian, who
shal alco be state law Hbrariau and
f ate historian, with a tslary of
j$3000 per snnum.
I i Wood of Varicopa, creating a
state be ard of deposit, providing the
powers aud duties of ibe same.
I By Worsley, a workmen's con.pul-
S'rv romenatioti act.
By Wersley, an act to protect la
bor and providing punishment for
Bj Davis and act creating the office
f state M-rchasing agent.
fry Simsan net providing for the pay
tnent of exp'npes of superior ciurt
The senate also ac.cd upon tl e con
gressional joint rcsulution providing
for an amendment io tlx. United
S atee ci nstitbtion whereby tinned
S'tttes senators shall be elerttd ty the
pee'ple Tits n eaeur was placed in
uch t conditi .n that that it will t
parsed today, thus making Arizona
ttie second sta e 'n 'he unicn to act
upon tbe resolution. The other state
tht acted favorably is Massachu
setts. wnifcing in mines, smelters or other
hazardous occupations shall not work
m 're than eight bouis in 21. ar.d
makes no provisions fur an elasticity
in working hours when it comes
chancing smfts. This will work a
1 barJship on miners unless it is leni
! tii d in th t respect, IUnkins claims
j He is going to Phoenix as the repr--
eenta'ive of the employee of the Cop
t per Qjren and Calumet and Arizona
siue ters. Ci'izfn.
Ten dollars a day easily rosde by
local agent. Write for full informa
tion at ni'ce. Arizona Sales Agency.
Phoenix, Anions Ml
firnne Cream of Tartar r .
Sunday services at the Catuol'o
church have been chanzed from every
third Sunday of the month to every
! fourth Sunday, together witb Saturday
Dveceeding and Monday following, as
Mass at 8 a. m.
Mass at 9 a m.
Evening Service at 7:30 p in.
Mass at 8 a. rn.
Sunday school every Suuday at 10
a, m.t Mrs. 'Vm Cavanagh, Supt.
All are cordially invited to attend
KEY.Fr. DCVAL, Pastor.
Kev. Fr. Eaulv. Asa't.
Sunday School 10 a. m., E U.
Preaching at 11 a, m.
7 p. m. Y. P. S.O. E.
Preaching at S p. m.
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend thae services.
Bev. H.A. Deck, Pastor.
Sunday School 10-00 a. m.
Epworth League 7 p. in.
Preaching ecry third Sunday.
All are invited.
Trktoh Ohio:.'. Pastor.
From Tax Commission
George Michael. on, who was ap
pointed to the long term on tbenewl)
cr ated state tax commieion, sub
mitted to Governor Hum last night
bis resignation from the tax commis
sion, though h will travel with the
coramis-iim through Cochise county.
The resignation is to become effective
Michaelscn gave as bis reaon for rr
fignigning that he had just been noti
fied of his election as president of the
Yuma National bank, and that the
duties of this position will not permit
him to serve on the governor's board.
No Longer Afraid of Thirteen.
Thirteen has at last come by Its
own. The cloud has been removed
from It; Its character Is reinstated.
In fact. It Is positively In favor. So
far from being considered unlucky. It
Is now actually regarded In tbe light
of a mascot, for the newest charm Is
a "13" In precious stones or even tn
plain gold. On many a motor It can
now be seen, and the hostess who
t flnds herself with IS guests on her
hands for dinner or sapper need no
longer fear to face them. The thir
teenth will now be Justified In con
sidering herself or himself the luck
lest person present.
Go to KdK. Fiacb tell him to
smile and pass out those home made
c;gars and boost borne enterprise
Kuko and Commercial w
fend your wild animal skins to A
H Hilton Mer. Co. San Antonio N
M, They hate outlet to manufactur
ers in Europe and always net you
highest pries Send for pamphlet
Learn how to takecare of your catch.
CI an out yoorhen bouse and use
tbe beet lice killer there is, for hens
will not lay when tbey have vermin.
And be sure you buy it from Ed
Reeves' Feed and Fuel S-ore. Thai's
tbe main thing.
Does Away With Posing.
The latest craze among the Berlin
smart set Is having one's portrait
sketched or painted while asleep. Tbe
craze was started by an Austrian
aristocrat. Countess Czlvlck. who. ac
cording to a current story, fell asleep
while waiting In tbe atelier of a well
known painter. Tbe painter found
tbe countess so charming as she slum
bered that he dre- her !a that condi
tion. The portrait was a great suc
Topics Tersely Told
Visitors to City; Local and
Personal Items of Interest
Mrs Julia Cuunlngham returned t
Biebeo tcday after afew d)'s visit in
B Maier, the Benson merchant, is
a visitor in Tombstone ttdsy ou busi
ness H T Fisher and wife are Tombstone
visitors today from their ranch near
The J T Hjod Cattle company made
a shipment of eight hundred steers
from the loading pens at Douglas
Wednesday. With them also went
a number of cattle belonging to small.
er owners on the Hood ranges which
includes tho Sulphur Springs valley
and reaches into thu Chiricabuas.
Chairman A H Gardner of the
IU-publican County Central Cm-
m it tee left today for Bisbee to attecd I
a meeting of tne central committee.
The Ro?sevelt section o the meeting
"salo scheduled for tbe same even
ing The smiling chairman carried a
grip which is beliered to be ull oil
ootbing ejrtip, sleeping powders and
court plaster for use on the political
battle ground tonight.
Yimnp chickens, tn da we'l. need
tbe right kind ol food, ard be kept
Iroe from verm n. Cnlton hick Futxl I
nnd Pratt's I.i'e-killer are the tblnpu
tn use, and get them and your reg
ular poultry food from Beeves' Fuel
and Feed Store. .
Newsy Notes From All Over Arizona
Carefully Condensed for The
The celebration of the completion'
(( tba Yuma eyphon will be post
poned until fall, as tne committee ap
pointed on the matter report that
ninety per cent of the busiues men
of that ptsce are in favor of delaying
it until about fie tire lie of Xovem
ntr. J S Douglas, of Douglas, was in
Prescott the later part of last week.
goiog from there to Jerome on min
Eleven federal prisoners were taken
from Phoenix to Prescott last week,
and incarcerated in tbe Yavapai coun
For the purpose of completing tbe
Lonesome Valley irrigation project,
the Arizona Land and Irrigation com
pany of Prescott has made a bond
issue of tl.CXJ.OOO.
It has been decided that the pure
food laboratory of tbe state shall be
located at Tucson and $5,000 bas
been appropriated for it.
According to an article in the Ari.
zona Democrat, some one advocates
tbo permitting cf betting on the races
at the fair. Tbe writer favored mutual
tools, and la opposed to outside hook
makers coming in.
Tbe city council meeeting at Phre
nix bas decided that they need more
time for work and deliberation, and
have determined to hold four meetings
Williams is to have a new light and
Farmers of the Light community
jare laying plans for a community
uitcn,to ruatrotn vatkiy oreek.
- S .&
County Auditor Cuthbert was an
outgoing psssengerfor Douglas today
to spend Sunday at his borne.
Attorney Roy Morfoot returned to
J M Orrnsbv, tbe popular Tucson
banker is In the c'ty on a brief visit
Mr Ormsby is one of Tucson's leading
citizens and intimately ident
ified with the growth and development
of that metropolis. He hat a host of
friends throughout the great south
west and met quite a number of ac
quaintances during his visit to the
Tbe dance given under the auspiors
of the Tombstone Base Ball club
scored sn enjoyable time last evening
at Gage Hall. A good attendance
was noted and all report a pleasant
"Knights of tbe grip" are quite evi
dent in the county seat today to tee
to tbe waots ut tbe local merchant.
A unique complaint and the first of
any kind to be filed before the state
corporation commission, was filed by
Attornej Bollard against the Phoe
nix Street Railway company, in which
tbo company's services is declared to
te inadequate, unsafe and a menace
to public welfare.
Reference is made Io cortain i'bob-t-ll"
car which ply on Ibe company's
line- and which hve been in service
for many jear?.
Senator Kinney and Representa
tive Murphy and Lewis while en
route to Phoenix to attend the special
session of the legislature, had a close
call when their automobile skidded on
curve and turned turtle. Tbe
driver was t raised and had several
scalp cuts. Officials were badly
bruised but continued the journey to
Phoenix in a passing car.
A beginning is now being made by
the Tucson Automobile club which is
to ultimately result in tbe placing cf
signboards at all diverging roads in
Pima conntr, thus preventing autc
mob'lis's from taking wroDg roads on
tbedeert as is now frequently the
Under the direction of Dell M Pot
ter, tbe Phcenix division of tbe
Ocean-tcx-Ocean Highway association
in Arizona was organized at Phoenix
Tuesday night at the board of trade.
About 50 good roads enthusiasts
signed tbe roll and each paid a mem
bership fee of one dol'ar. This is all
that tbey will be asked to pay.
W A. Baals, superintendent of the
grading contract between Lewis
Springs scd Fairbanks, held by Moore
& Ott. was in Douglas recently. He
said that be expected to complete the
contract within the next week as
there now only remains to small
gaps to be finished. He said that tbe
track is now down on both sides of
these unfinished places, and that
trains will be running within a few
days after tbe grade is completed.
EJ LMA71VE COUGH SYRUf
asitgir- -o'iii vto colds
Col. J. P. Clum, Distinguished Pioneer
Arizonan Visits Scene of His
WAS FOUNDER OF TOMBSTONE "EPITAPH"
After an absence cf 26 rears, Col
John P Clum, the Brat elected mayor
ol Tombstone, yesterday quietly and
unostentatiously vl.ited tbe hi toric
precincts over which he presided a
municipal executive in USO. With
out revealing bis identity he walked
alone along the thoroughfares ol the
city and wag tilled with emotions as
he recognized some of the landmarks
inseparably linked ,with the histor
ic and turbulent incidents ol a city
whose fame is nation wide.
Here indeed was one whose identi
ficaticn with the city of sepulchral
name, during the perilous frontier
das, when ber sturdiest men, stout of
heart and undaunted spirits, helped
materially in building and maintain
ing an industrial metropolis in the
heart of Apache land, conquering a
daring and lawless element and pre
served to tbe irrissitibie march of civil
ization, the thrilling and absorbing
at:ry of romantic biatoiy , past glories
and intrepid daring. which is part and
parcel of Tombstone's interesting page
of border history
Col Cum was one of the founders ef
the Tombstone Epitaph, having wi h
his two other distinguished associates
CD Rppy andTbos. Sorin Tomb
stone pioneers still identified wi'h the
upbuilding of the state issued Tut
Epitaph May 1, 1880, which for 32
New Depot of E. P. & S. W. at
Tucson Will be Surrounded by
Unique Sunken Gardens
"Tbe finest station building and
grounds in Arizona will be those ol
the El Paso and Southwestern whea
our work is finished," said Walter
Douglas of tbe Pbelpi-Dodge com
pany, who arrived here from Sinta
Harbara for a brief visit ol inspection
Officials of the Railway Holding
company bave taken up with Mr.
Cochise Million Dollar Case-Famous
Council in Stubborn
The million dollar Gleeson-Coe-tello
case still holds the attention r!
the court andjjury. John Gleeeson
was cd tbe witness stand all day yes
terday and today. Tne examination
brought ont heated remarks on both
sides and a brief stay In tbe courtroom
Tombstone Schools Close and
Tbe Tombstone schools closed yes
terday and certificates of prc.mMi.io
presented by Miss Niblo, Superintend
ent of the schools. The Tombstone
term lasted nine months and tbe su
perintendent reports a most success
ful year with bigb standard of attend
ance. Miss Niblo will spend a brief
vacation io tba HoacbooM before go-
yeare since has never missed a regular
j Col Clum took a pardonable inter
est in viewingTHE Epitaph plant and
grew eloquently reminiscent of tbe
early editorial trials and incidents
which teret tho vigorous polioy of tbe
fearless journal, whose unique and
euphonios title, embracing at once
th grim humor attending the dis
covery of Tombstone, won for It
listing distinction in journalistic cir
cles, and a fame sinonimous with the
world-wide reputation of tbe only
Durinz all the ac'ive years of gov
ernn ental service and extensive trav
el, Col CInm, tho veteran Indian
ient aid pioneer journalist bas ever
fondly cherished tbe memory of early
associations of the city be faithfully
and efficiently eorved as mayor, post
intster, city judge ond scoreB of of
fic'ul positions in tbe palmy days of
its existence and is still known as "J
P Clum of Tombstone," a badge of
honor deservedly bestowed upon ber
Col Clum is now connected with
theS.P Co with headquarters in
San Francisco and is expected So
make another visit to Tombstone
shortly, a hearty welcome being al
ways assured h'tn.
Oauglas a plan to transform tbe large
excavations made by tbe construction
forces in the Santa Cruz valley into
great flower gardens like the famous
Italian sunken gardens. Dr Douglas
gave bis endorsement to tbe idea and
aid it would be carried out by tba
will convircet tho oVerver that tbe
- is most a ubbtirnly contested,
while frequent clashes indicate that
etery legal point is carefully guarded.
A Urge nLmler af witnesses are yet
to ha examined and a long drawn-oat
legal tattle is likely.
I ing east. Miss Collins leaves next
i week for Oregon. Miss Elizabeth Ax-
tell and Miss Helen Axtell will sum
mer mid ocean breezes at Los Angeles.
Miss McPherson and Miss Larson
p'ao an extended outing, and the
teachers tf.ua tale a deserved sur
cease from the dnties of the school
room for a period of rslaxa,tlon tod va