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TH at EPITAPH V
Tme Weekly 1ombsto.se Epitaph
published every Sunday, will gie all
the news and will be cent to any ad
dress (or
NT H E
EPITAPH
$3 PER TEAK
Is published every Sunday, and con
tains all the news of the week a i'
appears in The Daily Paoerecioit
f Subscibe Now
EDITION
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Four Months For 91 v!
VOLUME XXXV
TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA-SUNDAY, OCTOBER G, 1912
NO 87
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HERRON RECEIVES
JFIVE YEARS
Jury Pass Upon Civil Case and Render
VerdictStabbing Case
on Trial Today
COURT RECESS TAKEN UNTIL TUESDAY
Frank Shaver tiOO Wager et 1
Civil action (or debt Following
jury erapanneled to try case:
J J Pearce Frank Starr
E J VWue Barney AnJrino
Chat Allen W P Covert
Jaa Deck O G Lang
C E Joplin L Mclsiac
J L Edeos F N Goodman
Jury returned a verdict in (avor
ol the plaintiff Tor $1095. Attorney
Marry, (or plaintiff, moved (or
judgment which was granted, wbere
upoo defendant wu granted 30 days
-atay ol execution
Jai. Herron.wbo was (ound guilty of
grand larceny ot cattle was sen fenced
to five-year? aT Flevnn -n.
fi ve-yei
'inn
Rhodes Scholarship Examinations
Ooen This -Month-Chance for
Cochise Applicants
According to a circular issued by
tbe state university examinations for
tbe Rhodes Scbola ship will be given
t tbe University ol Antona.Tu." ' t
Tuesday and Wednesday, ti'sejet l5
and 16. Students interest. -In the
examination should apply at once to
tbe president ol the university at
Tucson for detailed information in
regard to the examination,
Tbe trns'ees ol the fund c usider
not excellence in ecbolarshi, i-ut
Carload of Chinamen Are Given
Free Trip Home-Uncle Sam
Change
Route
c
x
A car of Chinese aliens, subjeet to
deportation and bound lor the coast
passed through Benson Thursday.
Tbey bad been gathered along the
route between New York and Tuceon.
Three were put on at Tucson from the
immigration offices there. The car
will be taken to San Diego and from
there the Chinese will be sent to
Rajas and Rebel
Up in Sonora
In Trap
The Mexican government believes
that "General" Antontio Rojas , at the
bead of 300 rebels, is now in a trap
attbe.Mababi ranch twenty miles
west of Yzabal on the Xacosari rail
road, from which he cannct escap-.
Nearly 1030 federals, moving io three
columns are now closiog in on the
rebel leader and his force, who are
making-an attempt to withdraw from
tbe state of Sonora.
Tbe rebel conquest of Sonora to
date bee been a complete failure. Re
puls.d at every turn where they an
ticipates easy vicories, Rjaa and his
command now find themselves with
applies depleted and ammunition
First Arizona
for new trial was denied ard appeal
Tvat taken
State vs KpiU;ij Aguirre, charged
with assault withdesdly weapon upon
a fellow countryman. Tbe following
jurr was empaneled:
W J H.cks John Kiefer
Milton F.itlee W M Rollins
E E P.wel O toC F'eck
Joe Ysungb ocd John McRse
Jarcb Knight H XI Scranton
II A Prderion J T McAllister
Case on trial this afternoon.
Conrt will adjourn until Tuesday,
8:30 a m
Milton Fairlce, Henry .Eti, T J Me
Alhster.WA Golding, Chag Allen
and V M Rollins were excused for the
tt,rn
qualities of leadership, and the candi
date is determined by athletics school
j iumali-ni, debate, etc. The uni
versity conducts tbe examination and
all papers are forwarded direct to the
secretary ol tba trust to be read bv
his clerks. Tbe trustees certify to
the university , the successful candi
dates of the examination , and from
this, the commute-; of appointment.
selects the candidate and also chooses
an alternate.
MazatUn.
Sime of tbete will be rent to China
and 'lie port in those cases will be San
Francisco. Very tew of tbem will go
that way, hovrever, as tbe govern
ment is put to too much expense.
The car IB in charge of a couple ot im
migration iispectnrs
Band Are Bottled
-Believed Caught
almost gone,
sides.
hemmed in on three
W A X T E D Tbe Cosmopolitan
Grrup requires the service ui a repre
sentative in Tombstone and surround
mg territory, to look after subcrip
tion renewals, and to extend circula
tion by special methods which have
prDVtd unusually successful. Salary
and commission Previous experience
desirable but not essential. Whole
time or scare time. Address, with
references. Cbarles C. Schwer, The
Cosmopolitan Group, 381 Fourth Ave .
Kew York City.
.; iVE U0U6H SYF.UT
Gun Shoot at
i Arizona Fair
The shoot ol the Phoenix Guu Club
lu connection with the Arizona State
Fair promises lu le one of tFie biggest
features ol the Fair It was the in
tcotion of tbe Club in the first place
to hold tbe shoot oil the grounds, but
the association has ottered the use of a
prt of tli grounds nid the shoot
will be held inside of tbe enclosure.
One tbousand dollars will have
been added to the entrance money,
and men are expected into town from
all parte of Ariiona, El Paso, Ban
Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego
and other towns of California, Fully
one hundred people are expected to
be entered in tbe tournament.
Arizona Widow
Wins
Case
A Los Angeles dispa'ch says:
In a contest over the will ol the
late John Barr) , an Arizona min
ing man, between tbo widow, lone
Barry, and daughtrr, Alice Barry
Beebe.for appointment of adminis
trator of tbe California estate valued
at two hundred thousand. Judge
Rives of tbe i rotate court, derided in
faror of tbe widow. Barry died Sep-''
teniber 3.
Rebels Losing
In Sonora
If reports which were brought to
Agua Prieta yeste-day afternoon by
Major Alrarado, one of the federal
commanders who has been south in
Sonora with 250 soldiers searching tor
rebels are true, tbe rebels have de
serted nor'hru Sonor. He states
thsthemsdea careful investigate n
of every nook and corner where there
was probability of finding rebel bands
and la his whole trip did not e'gbt a
single rebel He claims to have pmc.
lically scoured the Ajo mountains
In some places be found traces of
tbem in abandoned camps end at one
place thought be discovered a cache
I ;
lyV.ere tt
fand gun1
bey bad stored ammuuiti u
na. tut nothing further was
discovered Mexican families are
hvine in the at.andonei Mormon
homes at Culooia Morales, but tbe
rebels hate gone.
Sunday In
Tombstone Churches
CONORECUT10XAL
Sunday School 10 a. n
E H
Reeves, Supt.
Preaching 11 a. m.
Reorganization Y. P. 8 C. E at 7
p. m.
Evening services 7;30 p. m.
Everybody is cordially invited
to
attend these services.
Ret. H.A. Deck, Pastor.
METHODIST
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
Epworth League 7 p. m.
All are invited.
Trevor Ortox, Pastor.
catholic
Sunday school every Sunday at 10
a, m., Mrs. Wm Cavanagb, Supt.
AH are cordially invited to attend
Ret. Father Marx, Pastor.
Send your wild animal skins to K
H Hilton Mer. Co. Sao Antonio N
M. They have outlet to manuactur-
ers in to rope ana always net you
highest prices Send for pamphlet
Learn bow to takecara o your catch.
J Fob Bale Combined writing desk,
and book ease, also two parlor chairs.
Inquire C G Johnson, Fremont street,
near Fourth tf
ChamDeriam's cough Reinetfr
Can Col' "1-v" TC 'v
vState Fair Phoenix; Oct. 29 to Nov; 2
Tombstone Town
Topics Tersely "To Id
Visitors to City; Local and
Personal Items of Interest
Chester Grow ws a returning pas.
senger from Phoenix yesterday, where
he has been for the past week on busi
ness. A pleasant surprise party was ten
dered last evening in honor ol Miss
Mazie Wehttsr by a nu i ber of her
youug friends, at tbe homo of ber
parents on 7th street. A rroat en-
j yable time s bad by all, Karnes
boing plated, dancing bad aud delic
ious refreshments served.
Tbe board of supervisors will be in
session on Monday to audit the regu
lar monthly demands against the
couuty for the past month.
Supervisor John Rock went to his
ranch on the Babocomari this morn
ingon a brief visit.
Assistant County Attorney Alexan
der Murry returned to Warren today
and will be on duty here again next
week.
Today is ideal duck weatber and a
number of local nimrods are out gun- j
ning.
Dr K Gliz:, neurologist and
ophtbomolcgist of tbe Phoenix Opti
cal Company, is stopping at the Ar
cade Hotel until Sunday afternoon
See him for glasses or eye or nerve
trouble of auy. kind. When in 'hoe-
nix call and see us. tf
Ten dollars a day easily made by
local agent. Write for full informa
tlon at once. Arizona Sales Agency.
Phoenix, Arizona. MI
ARIZONA NEWS
OF INTEREST
Newsy Notes From All Over Arizona
Carefully Condensed for The
Prospector Readers
Globe is to have a bran new oem.'
paper if all reports are true. For
several day Will Kelly of the Cii ton
Era, has been in Globe looking over
ihe field. While very reticent him
self it is reliably stated that he and a
gen'lsman by the name of Kirby have
decided to embark in 'the newspaper
field in Globe, atd have entered into
a deal for the old Dallr Globe plant
mak'ng their fir.i payment. Inquir)
develops that in tbe neighborhood ol
$1500 in advertising has been guaran
teed for a j ear to the new paper.
United States Attorney J E Mor
rison will leave tbe latter part of the
week for ban Francisco, to appear for
the government in several cases befcre
the circuit court of appeals, which sits
at San Francisco. He will return by
way of Phoeoix, attending tbe meet
Dg of the federal grand jury and dis
trict court there.
At Douglas, Edward Sette, age
atout 38 years, was fatally injured
Sunday morning when he became en.
tangled in tbe belting of an engine in
tbe engine room of the Copper City
brewery where be was engineer for
several months prior to bis demise.
He .lingered until about 1 o'clock
Monday moruiug, when the end
came.
At Prescott. County Attorney P W
O'S'illivan baa recommended to the
supervisors that they recind their
action io limiting the nunioer of
justices' precincts to three, and
create seven judicial districts for the
county.
At a meeting of tbe Borderlsnd
Dr Sims, Cochise representative in
the senate ol the first state legislature
was over from Bisbee toay on court
matters returning borne this after
noon. Two graders on the E P t S W ex
tension who are ill, came up today
from tbe front to consult Dr Hughart,
company physician.
A chubty eight-pound baby girl
arrived at the household of Chiel of
Police Georg iiravin this morning
and the young October Miss snd
mot) er are doing nicely. Chiel Bra
vin who is at th bedside of bis (on,
Valentine at ibe Copper Queen hos
pital at Biabee was this morning
informed nl the glad tidings.
The Chief reported that Valentine is
also restir.g easy after his operation
for eppoudicitis and doing as-wall as
could be expected.
The registration for the comioz
dec loo will close on tbe 15th of this
month, and it behooves all electors
'"; not yet registered to do so
i uuiru, u iue uesiro to vore at me
presidential election. Tombstone's
registration todate is only about 200,
County Recorder Owen E Murphv,
who ha been confined to bis bed Icr
the past several days, suffering from a
severe attack of lagrippe, is reported
much improved and expects again to
oe at his official post on Monday.
Sorghum Seed for sale at E H
nerves' Feed Store. tf
Auto Club of Doug'as, it was decided
to make application for membership
in the American Automobile Associa
tion. Secretary Tanner will file tbe
application at once Ic order that the
three A's can be incorporated in the
radiator design of tbe local club.
Several very fine addresses will be
made during tbe Arttona Bankets'
asscciation convention in Tucson this
month. President Doyle ol the asso
ciation will speak, Governor Hunt,
President Wilde of tbe University of
Arizuna, John Perrin of Indianapolis,
a banker, Joseph Norvell, rational
bank examiner, ar.d several others
who have not consented as yet. The
cmvention will open at 10 o'clrck on
October 18
Near Clob, o k on the grade for
the rail'oad extension up Live Oak
canyon aud tu tbe mi'.l site and In
spiration offices in upper Warrior
gulch, is progressing rapidly.
While crossing the long trestle this
side of Silver creek on a bandcar, J B
O'Brien, section foreman for the El
Paso Southwestern railroad, was
fatally injured and a Mexican with
hire abstained severe injuries, by tbe
jumping of tbe car from tbe track.
As a result of numerous borse thefts
which have occurred recently and pre
sumably chargeable to rustlers opera
ating from the Mexican side of tbe
line , it is reported that the military
patrol along the border has been
doubled.
-. J1 1- " - - I i-neT tin
ii,iMaii.,ryVB
HAMPTON
N0TBE ELIGIBLE
New Phaze in Presidential Elector Race
Barred By Federal Wording
of Statutes
DIRECTORS OF NATIONAL BANKS INCLUDED
It has developed that Jobn R.
Hampton recontly nominated by the
democratic party as one of th3 three
presidential electors, must eithi r im
mediately resign as a member of the
board of directors of the first National
Bank o! Clif'ou, or withdraw fiom tbe
democratic ticket.
A telegram published in the Phoe
nix Democrat from Sioux City, Iowa
stated that Fred E. Frisbee, a candi
date for Ithe republican nomination
for presidential elector, bad with
drawn from the race, inamuch ut he
was a director ot a national bank, and
preferred to withdraw f-om tbe politi
cal fight, rather than re-ign as direct
or of a bank.
Takinzthis telegram as a basis.
the matter ol the ineligibility of Mr.
Hampton was taken up with Attor
ney General Bullard. II Mr Hamp
ton's cilice as director of the Cliftor.
bank is to make him ineligiblo ai a
presidential elector, bis friends wished
to know it, as he cou'd be advised ol
Former Arizonan Takes Parting
Siam at Attorneys In His Will
A New Yoik dispatch says: i need to consult them regarding this
Ezra C Bsrtlett, a retired Arizona instrument. My personal experience
mine owner who dropped dead here on with lawyers has been extensive, and
August 29, in his will warns the ex- has convinced me that they are dan
ecutor of his fifty thousand dtllar will gercus crooks, cxprtsssly educated
as followe:
' I particularly warn iou against
attorneys and trust that jou mil not I
Eclipse of the Sun Due hfext Week
But Will Not be Fully Visible
in Arizona
On the 10th of this month there
will be a total eclipse of the sun. The
beginning of the line of totality will
be in the Pacific ocean, north of the
Galapagos islands, it then runs in a
southeasterly direction across South
America and ends in the Indian ocean
Prohibition Presidential Candidate
to Close His Campaign in Arizona
Eugene W. Chafin, citizen f Tuc-
son and candidate for president on the
Prohibition ticket, will te in Tuceon
the nigbt before election ard will
make a speech in that city. He will
campaign in tbe state a week prior ts
election day.
Tbe Star says: Mr Cliafio voted
bere at the last election but he is not
registered now and will have to be
registered be.'ore October 14 If he ex
pects to vc te. He can do this by Lb
serving the new law tbat allows a
voter temporarily away from home to
go befote a notary, fill out blanks pre
pared for that purpose, have tbe
MAY
the fact and aould probably withdraw
'rem the bank directorate.
Mr Billiard quoted Article Two of
tbe Federal Constitution which states
that no person holding an oftico of
trust or profit under the government
is eligible as presidential elector. Mr
Bullard is of the opinion that inss.
much as a National bank is created
under a federal statute, an officer o(
the institution would be classed
one holding an office of "trust
as
or
prjnt."
Immediately upon Mr Bullard to
stating, Mr Hampton was wired to
this effect and it it is believed by his
friends that be will resign as a A
rector of tbe Clifton bank, rather than
become ineligible a: an elector.
Democrat.
I I.O'T Small steel cane. Color:
1 green. Somewhere between 3rd and
ith. Reward for return to Arcade
Saloon
and trained to obtain one's confidence
in order that they may defraud with
impunity "
south of Madagascar. The duration
of totality will be nearly two minutes
in the vh.nity of Rio Janeiro Tbe
eclipse will not be visible in South
ern California or Arizona.
The moon will bo nearest tbe earth
on the 7th and farthest away on the
19tb.
blanis attested and forwarded to tbe
recoraer.
A case of dipthera wss discovered
atOsborn yesterday afternoon, and
Dr Miner, cennty health officer, and
Dr Hunt, citv health oiEcer of Bisbee
visited tbat town to ascertain to what
extent others bad been exposed to tbe
disease.
The Osborn school was visited and
all of tbe children and teachers were
examined (or symptoms o( tbe dig.
ease, but none were (ouod, and from
what is learned, tbe caio discovered
api.eais to lea sporadic one.
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