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Gales Pleads Guilty and Receives Life
Sentence Evidence Closed the
ARGUMENTS WILL BE
Three prisoners were taken to Flor
ence today in charge of Deputy Sheriff
A W. Hone. The prisoners were
John Bodie, sentenced from 1 ( 1"
years for insult with intent to kilt;
Chae L men, entenc-d for two ears
for lorgery, and Matildi Gates, who
plead guilty to murder of a country
man at Douglas and received file een-t-noe.
Hodie and Gales were sen
tenced under tbe new indeterminate
sentence law. wbi'a Lemon. whose
offenst. waa committed prinr to Aug
ust 16 was eentenced under the old
Tbe evidence oo bo'b sides was
Conference of Arizona Supervisors
Called at Phoenix Next Month
Letters inviting all county super
visors to attend a conference to he
held in Phoenix during'fair week, ai
Wbicb ro-d questions will form tb
main topic of discussion have been re
ceived in Cochise conn y. as fnllnm.:
Phoenix, S"pl. 26 1912.
My Dear Sir: .The holding o! tne
first state fair, October 23 'o Nuvem
ber t, offers a good opportunity fur
tbe holding o' a tt- convention o'
tbe boards of supcrusTS of the st.t.
Believing that roost of the superv.sord
will attend tbe fair, tve have arranged
for a meeting of the hoards of all the
Partial Eclipse of the Moon Ob
served By Many Arizonatis
The partial ee ipse of tb moon,
wbicb was announced by tcientitt l r
Thnrsdoy morning Uut Thursday
morning about f f'clock, v as seen ly
many of the tarly risers in this city.
This was due chiefly to the fact that it
had been announced beforeh.nd a
not more than a quarter of the fare
of tbe orb was covered by the cloud.
Makes Inquiry of Cash Loot Taken
By Rebels in Sonora Welis
Fanjo Loss $2,500
"What did you do with our money T"
waa demanded of Emilio Campa, the
captured rbel chief, 6y J. M. Wil
liams, superintendent ol tbe Arizrna
&. West Coa.t division of the Well
Fargo Express company, Thursday
afternooo. It will be recalled that a
band of rnhbers secured fi.S'-O (Mex.)
from tbe express company when tbey
burned a train atQuijona about ibree
Campa. bad been brought down to
tbe offiee of UuiudStates Marshal
Orerloek to receive visitors, eo many
bad called to see bim. Wjlllams is
said to have threatened to sac nut an
attachment for the funds ttiat Campa
bad no his person, amounting to f4'"J
in Mexican money. Tbo marshal did
t, Sann v Tvfr
SATRTEO ON MONDAY
elo.ed today at 3 p. m. today in the
Cunningham-Cottetlo cute and ad
journment taken until Monday morn
ing. About 40 witntBsee have been
examined t u both aides and tbe care
nae already occupied one week' trial.
The argument of tbe a torneya to
the jury mil bfgin Monday morning,
and meanwhile the instructions of
the court will be prepared.
Send your wild animal skins to A
II Hilton Mer. Co. San Antonio N
M. They hare outlet to minuactur
ra in Europe and aley netyoii
highett prices Send f'r pamphle.
1 Learn how to takecare o your calcb.
o nntiee to be held in the court room
of tbe county al Phonix on Wednes
day, Octolr 3tl, and wo trust that
your board wilt be able to attend.
There are many matters of getirral
interest , such as tbo locating and
building tbe stale highway, the cart
of the indigent, etc , (hat could be
taken up with pro!!', and great good
should reculi from such a gathering.
Tbo stato'ecgineer will attend, and is
very anxious to have all eapervior
present, that he may discuss tbe state
question with them.
The eclipse lasted but ,or about lisen
ty minutes or at n.i st half an hour
he ore the shadow disappeared ut erly.
Tbe scientific anr rurepment of tbe
c- mine eclipse atated it would be more
plainly visitlein Arizona han iu any
oibrr portion of tbe North American
cot permit tbe interview to go any
lurther. Tucson Citizen.
Mow' This? 5S?3
We offer One. Hundred uollars Be-
ard lor any case ol Uatarrn tnat
cannot be cured Jby Hall's Catarrh
F J. Chkset A Co., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have known
r. J. Cheney for the last 15 yearn, and
lelieve him perfectly honorable in all
guineas transactions and financially
able 10 carry out any obligations made
bv r is firm.
WaXDlJro, Kiss ax A. Mas via,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
ally, acting directly upon the Moid
and mucous surface of tbe system
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. StM h all donists. .
k.AA. ' .- - !
The gathering whioh attended tbe
Congregational so-ial .last evening,
war indeed a leeord -Weaker, baring
had an attendance of nearly two hun
dred, and 'bey all report haying tad
a most enjoy V.e time, hile aortia of
p-aiee weie heard oo all sides with re
ference to the excelled musical pro
,tram arranged and prepared by Mitl
Emily Axtell.tbe accomplished organ
is) rf tbe Congregational churcb.
Each and every number on the pro
; ram, without excei tion, was render'
cd in a superb manner, and to the en
tire Mt.ifaction of all present, in ad
dition to responding to'a number ol
encores, which tvtre most heartily re
ceived by tbe musicians and vocalists.
who assisted in making the social one
of the most successful, besides, one to
be long remembered by all.
fho refreshment, which consisted
of ice cream and cake, ".ere delicious
and partaken of by all.
It is hoped tb.t another social will
be given by tbe Ladles' Aid in the
very near future.
Jurist Passes Away
Judge Krederick S. Nave, former as
sociate justice of the supreme rourt of
riiona.died at his home in Globe at
2 o'clock Friday afternoon after a
long illness. He was 3!) years of age
and leaven a wife and two children.
Sunday School 10 -.. m., E 11
Preaching 11 a. m.
Reoiganizatioo Y. P 6. C. E at 7
Evening services 7;30 p m.
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend these services.
Rev. H.A.UEtr, Pastor.
Sunday School 10-00 a. m.
Epwor'b League 7 p. in.
All are invited.
Tblyok OnTOV, Pastor.
Mass Sunday morning at 8 o'clock.
Benediction of the Blessed Sacra
ment imn.ediately after mass on Sun
Mass at 7 a. m. on week days.
Sunday school every Sunday at 10
a, nu, Mrs. Wm Cavauagh, Supt.
All are cordially invited to attend
Kev. Father Marx, Pastor.
Will Have New
Coohise county will have a new
telephone directory soon, according to
tbe statement of Charles W. Tucker,
directory manager for tbe Mountain
States Telephone and Telegraph coma
pany. Tbe data for tLe new book is
being worked up now , and will gn to
press in a few days There have been
a number of installations of telephones
since the last directory was gottea
not, and on this account tbe service
needs anew one.
Court Cases Filed
J. P. court,8tb precinct. LHMad
dux vs Orand Arizona Copper Co.
Demand f 88 05 ar.d $6 55 costs. Levy
on one buckskin gelding, one bay
gelding and one black geldiofr, all at
.be ran.-b of J. E. Howard, in Co-
' ehiae county.
COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA-SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1912
Topics .Tersely, Told
Visitors to Gjty; Local and
Personal Items of Interest
Ed Cai- was a Tombstone visitor
today Ironi Tlisbee being a witness in
the Cunningha-u-Costello case.
Pete Haosen aas a returning pas
senger to Ilisbee today after attend
ance on court for several days.
LooCloer and wife left today for a
two msntb's visit with relatives and
friends in Alabama Doting the ab
sence of Mr. Cloer Mr, Newman will
act aa fireman ori tbe Tombstone
'lorn Wright waa an outgoing pas
senger for Bisbee today.
Judge Frank Here'ord of Tucson
was called here today as a witness in
tbe CaBningham-Costello case.
Miss Evelyn Coatello arrived yes
terday from Los Aogeles to join her
mother and brotbe, who are here at
tending the Cunningbaro-Coslello
The Tucson Tost,! weekly publics
tion.hts been sold by Herbert Browc,
county clerk, to F. E. A. Kimball,
who will devote its editorial columns
to tbe interests of the progressive
Tbe name will be changed to tbe
Weekly Progress and the luc-on
Weekly Pun. Mr. Kimball stated
Friday that tbe size of tbe paper will
8Ei Lr.-.!.yfc U0U6H SYRUT
Newsy Notes From All Over Arizona
Carefully Condensed for Jhe
R. J. Liddicotte, a Bisbee pi-con
fancier has received eight homing
pigeons from England. Ibo bird
are of Bplndid pedigree and at least
one of tbem established a record in a
midsummer race from Tennes, France
to northern England, a distance of
400 miles, which it covered in eight
hours, saj s Mr Liddicote.'
The Miami Copper company produe
ed in August 4,322 tuns of concen
trate assaying close to 35 per cent
copper, wbicb will yield about 2.900,
000 pounds of fine copper. Tbe mill
recovery is reported to be 70 per cent.
There wae mined during the month
97,890 Ions of ore jnd 4.802 (eet of
development work was done.
Oorgeonsly dreeed to represent tbe
various ideals of the tribes, the Apache
Indians of the Miami district he'd a
"Superstition" dance Sunday night
about 1 miles west of Miami nesr
the Bloody taols, at wbicb every In
dian of tbe district was in attendance
and many Mlamians who heard of tbe
event were interested spec'ators. Tbe
dance as for tbo purpose of driving
a-ay the evil spirits of the Apache
tribe and if antics of these descrip
tions will do tbe work, snrely the In
diane of the district are free from evil
Hon. A. A Wore ley and Hon Sam
Bradner spoke to a large and much
interested audience Monday niht at
Globe. Tbe meeting was largely giv
en over to a general discussion of state
B. V. Duke of St. Johns is awaiting
a shipment of a carload of fall blooded
School Superintendent E. H. Stover
reports tbe Tombstone schools doing
exceptionally good and much jro
gress made in the high school and
This evening at Phoenix an open
air meeting win be held by the WilsoD
Marshall club at whioh Senator As
hurst and" Congressman Haydan will
be tbe principal speakers.
Rsv. Father Marx of the local Cath
olic oburcb annoanoea that there will
be rnaas and other Sunday services to
morrow, further notice of wbicb ap
pears in these columns. After tomor
row there will be no services for about
three or four weeks, Rev. Marx leav
ing for a business trip Eaat. Upon
his return from the east Tombaione
Citbolics will have permanent resi
According to A W. Mc Louvre of
Tucson who was in Tombstone today,
Tucson will have a busy time from
October 17 to 19 inclusive. Four
great events will take place during
these dates. The Scottish Rite Ma
sons will bo there fcr their conven
tion, tbe Arizona Bankers' associa
tion will meet October IS and 19, the
merchants' excursion from El Paso
will arrive Friday, October IS. and
the Scut hern Arizona Fair association
nil) h:ld lull sway on the three days,
17. 18, and 19.
.iiamhwain's uougn Hsmefit
""a. " " "wsa-. -- " ew-'W
Jersey cows wbicb be is importing
from Willard, '. M. Mr. Duke sas
he never saw a farming community
wbere so much butter is imported as
locally, and he cannot ee why butter
making would not pay.
Definite steps looking to tbe bold
tog of a poultry show about the n.id
die of December were taken at a
meeting of the Cochise County Poul
try and Pet Stock Association held
at Vista park, Warren, Sunday morn
Dr. and Mrs. Swigert are in Globe
for a few days having just completed
a i rip over the state. Dr Swigert was
formerly in Phoenix but cow makes
his headquarters in Denver.
At Portal intense beat and dry
winds have burned the grass on valley
and mountain side worse than for
years at this season. Although rains
threaten up in tbe mountain tops, it
fails to come down to revive the range.
Cave Creek is very low for this time of
It has been found tbe Phoenix facul
ty of the high school is sot large
enough or the sohooldsy long enough
to give all the students tba work tbey
desire, so the school day has been"
lengthened to seven hours, or per
iod of 45 minutes each, and two new
teachers have been added to tbe force.
A half dozen new students bave
come to the University at Tucson this
year who most work their way through.
These meo, so far as known, are re
liable and indostrions, according to
President A. H, Wilke.
Mine Inspector Says Cochise Mines
Comply With All Code Regu
A READY COMPLIANCE WITH MINE MEASURE
J. H. Bolin, state mine instector.
has reinroed to bis headquarters io
rnoentx after a three weeks' inspec
tion trip through southern Arizons.
The inspector covered practically tbe
entire county of Cochise while on the
trip and gives favorable leporta as to
the condition of the county in a min.
Serious Charge Against Campa -Rebel
General Afraid of Extradition
Arson, murder and destruction rf
property are the charces that Live
been preferred against General Emelin
Campa by tbe Mexican government.
Tbe charges bave been filed a: Wash
ugton and it is likely that tbev will
be sufQcient to hold him here for a
According to adisoatch from Wash.
iiigtoo, Thuriday, the govern-nett of-
ficals have decided to regard Meiican
rebels who flee acres: tbe boundary
line and surrender or are captuicd by
American troop, as proper uijects
for interment, but tbe will r.it be
Change In Fee
The new law regarding fees to te
paid into tbe office of the clerk of tbe
superior court went into effect last
week, as did the law regarding fees in
the probate office. Tbe new law does
net appear to be ono that will nork to
tbe Interest of the sjounty, and t.-emi
to favor those who have caes of most
Heretofore there bas been no law
regarding the sum of money that
should be deposited when tbe ruit was
filed, for the purpose of coveting tbe
coor' costs. There was a ruling of
tbe court, and under this ruling f 10
must he deposited with each case Slid
and $5 deposited with the defendant's
answer. When the costs went above
tho amounts mrntioned the, were
collected and the money wen into
tho county fund.
Under tbe new law tbe court's rui-
English Capital to
in Arizona for
A British syndicate has put up the
money to dig 2500 fret down in the
fool of an Arizona Butte in the hope
of securing a solid diamond as big as
a New York elyscraper and reputed
to bo worth untold millions. The
London newspapers print columns
about this remarkable quest for a
long burid treasure, even the staid
and conservative journals like the
venerable Standard, going into rhap
sodies over traditions of the Moki
Tbe larger mines, according to Mr.
Bolin, are-bard at work mee'ing tbe
requirements of tbe code. Practically
all of them bave completed tbe more
necessary improvement and work ia
being rushed on the balance. It rai.l
not tako much longer to put the mines
ol Cochife .county on a strictly code
eubjtct to extradition unlesa for crime
ott.tr than military duty. Tbe rebels
will be kept under surveillance and
iius' refrain from further hostilities
during their etay in the United States.
The decision by the department is
take? to mean that Camps will remain
in the custody of Marshal Ovrlock
because charges other than military
duty have been preferred against him,
Campa hasknowledge of there charges
and declares that he is not guilty and
th.t this government cannot allow
him to be extradited on tbe charges.
System on Court
a Difference to
itc is knocked out and the same fees
are required. But no additional fee is
required until the fees amount to ?30.
That is, all cases in which the fees
run over f 10 and nnslar 30 are paid
by the county, or, rather, tbe county
collects nothing for them, and that
amounts to the county donating the
If, however, in any case tbe 'eet do
not amount to tbe sum deposited, tbo
lee is not retnrned but is kept by tbe
This will result to a big loss to the
cennty and will not be of benefit to
the person filing the little suit, bat it
will benefit many mining esses and
cases in whidb large amounts are
Cfiamtjeriam's uougi, Rtokr:
Sink 2500 Feet
tribe and tbe qnestion whether tbe
"world's biggest sparkler " will prove
to he a gennine diamond or just Com
mon exterrestial solidness.
Ages ago, so runs tbe story which
induced tbe London banke-s to finance
ibe expedi inn, a huge solid diamond
shot ont of space and bit tbe ground
a bard bump in tbe heart ol tbe Arl.
zona desert, about ted miles from
Canyon Diablo of the Santa Fe raila
way. The syndicate will dig for it.