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All arrangements for the
bi St Patrick's Day dance to
be given at Huddy Hall by
the K of P of Pearce have
been completed and no doubt
will prove one of the prettiest
affairs of the season. Francis
Orchestra will furnish the mu
6ic and the date is Wednesday
An auto party from Willcox
passed through the city yes.-
terday enroute to the county
seat, returning home in the
Mrs Julia Proctor, of Fargo,
Oklahoma, mother of Mrs J C
Shook of Pearce, arrived Wed
nesday at the home of her
daughter and will remain for a
three months visit.
Prot T H Carr, of this city
went to Douglas last week
on a few days business mis
sion. John Rock, Sam Watt and
John Pearce were in the city
this morning from the county
A large'delegation of local
. dance lovers will leave tonight
forGleesonto attend the big
dance at Taylor's Hall, and no
doubt this" city will ,be well
represented. A return crowd
is expected from Gleeson to
attend grand ball to be given
on "Wednesday, the iSth, by
the Knights of Pythias lodge,
at Huddy Hall.
Mrs and Mrs Chas Renaud,
accompanied by Mrs Francis,
motored over to Courlland and
Gleeson Thursday, where Mr
Renaud went to look after his
Dr Pestal went to Court
land Wednesday on a business
A dance will be held in
Hudd3? Hall tomorrow night.
The dance scheduled to begiv
en on the 18th by the Knights
of Pythias has been postponed
-and will be held on Wednes
day evening, the 28th.
County School Superintend
ent D B Hutchins was in the
city last Tuesday. '
Word has been received in
Fearce to the effect that Tom
Price has recently purchased
the homesteads of A C Bean
and Tom Clark, near Light.
Mr Bean has located in Doug-
A large attendance is ex
pected to be present at the big
dance at Huddy hall tonight
The dance at Huddy Hall
last night was a great success.
There were many present from
the nearby farms, and every
one enjoyed the evening.
Deputy Sheriff W A
yesterday effected an impor
tant capture when he took into
custody a Mexican wanted in
Lordsburg for murder. Sher
iff Wheeler had received word
of the murder and notified his
deputies witn tne aoove re
Dr D C Brown motored
over to the county seat Sun
day on a business visit via his
Mr G I Van Meter, and
mother, and Judge Ridgway,
who motored over to Douglas
on business, crossed over to
Agna Prieta. where they met
Venustiano Carranza, both Mr
Van Meter and Judge Ridgway
being very favorably impressed
as to his courtesy and general
R T Stone returned today
lrom Bisbee whore he has been
Mrs Abran Madrid of Glee
son was an outgoing passenger
en route to Miami where she
goes to join her husband, they
expect to make their future
home at Miami.
C L Cummings and P B
Warnekros of Tombstone were
visitors in Gleeson on bus:
ness. Thty came over in Mr
Cummiug's E. M, F.
A.h Lum the well known
restaurant prop, was in the
city a few days ago on busi
Mrs Lafe Gibson and chil
dren drove over to the county
seat this morning on Jbnsiness;
returning home in the after
1 ne dance to be given at
Ta3lor'sHall tonight promises
to be the grandest event of the
season, as parties from Tomb
stone, Pearce, Courtland, Mc
Neal and from all parts of the
of the valley. Besides the
dance there will be s sumpti
ous feast atT3arney BqMjfe,
and it is useless to say that it
will be a treat, With ail these
visitors, the streets of Gleeson
will present a very bustling
B A Taylor, the well known
merchant, motored to Bisbee
yesterday, twhere he attended
the meeting of the directors of
the Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
The dance at Taylor's hall
.Saturday evening was well at
tended by parties from neigh
boring towns and the valley,
the music was excellent and an
enjoyable time reported by all.
The ''feed't Barney Bono's
was heartily participated in
and greatly enjoyed by a large
crowd Constable Gibson fur
nished the game, and some of
Lat'e's friends were heard to
voice their doubts as to wheth
er the meat was that of a coy
ote, turkey-buzzard or a jack-
rabbit. But Barney's know -ledge
of the culinary art put
their doubts in the background
They all ate heartily, and
when the feed was over there
was not a morsel left.
M R Abril went to the coun
ty seat vesterday on business.
The Gleeson delegation to
the big dance at Pearce re
turned home and report a
large attendance and an en-
News of the State
in Condensed Form
Destructive Fire at PhoenU !
Fire which completely destroyed
the garage and outbuilding ot Jesewh
Thalbeimer t PhuenU Monday waa
declared by the owner to be 0! incen
diary origin. Although he would not
Toiee any definite) suspicions, Mr
Thalbeimer hinted at occurrence
"around town" that bad lead bint to
belieTe that tbo destruction ot bit
property wa not by mere chance.
The fire was not discovered until it bad
practically gutted the building. The
tindery character ot the structure, end
the lact that it contained receptacle
lull of gasoline made it impotsible lor
tbe fire department to tare anything.
An automobile waa tbe bigaeet part ol
Ibe loss, wbicb w.e not mitigated by
Cattle Growers Ass'n Organiitd
Tbe cattlemen ol tbe upprSulpbor
Springs valley, Black Bock and Aia
va'pe station met at tbe View ranger
station on March 3rd, and alter For
est Ksoger Lee Kirby bad explained
tbe need ol an association of tbe stock
growers holding permit to graze
stock on tbe national forest, in order
to better co-operate with tbe font
service, tbe Aravaipa Cattle Growr--'
association was organised, M L
Johnson, owner of tbe Seven Datb
outfit, and interested in tbe Cedar
Springs Cattle company, as well as
many other enterprises, acted a presi
dent pro tern., and tbe following offi
cers were elected to serve one year
from date: W D Wilson, president:
Q P Morgan, vio president; C A Fifth
Are Building Spurs
Contractors have begun tbe work o"
building some spurs on tbe site of tbe
International Smelting & Refining
company at Miami preparatory to tbe
work of excavating for large cooling
pond to be used in tbe operation of
tbis concern. Tbe undemanding is
thai tbe new cooling pood will berec
tangular in form, about 200 feet in
.width and about 250 feet in length.
Largest Arizona Smokcctack
The International Smelting & Re
fining company at MiarM baa a force
of men at work digging a bole twenty
feet in diameter, to be used in tbe
construction of tbe 'oundationt ol tb
300 foot smokestack 'or tbe cew smel
ter. Tbe American Bridge company
bis tbe contract for the erection of
this great Sue, wbicb it Is said, will
be taller than any other smokestack
Many Served On Rural Routes
Figure compiled by pottmaster J H
McOlintock show tbat thaix rural
route cut of Fhoeniv. serve 1279 fam
ilies, Tbere are 148 families on tbe
route who do not take tbeir mail
from the carrier.
To Hold Get-Together Meeting
latent; in tbe state oppoeed to tbe
liquor traffic will bold a "get together'!
meeting at Pnoenix, March 31. flan
will be considered for an "aggressive
and effective crmpaigo," according to
the call, of tbe chairman of the Tem
perance Allianea of Arizona. B. W..
Tbe Chamber of Commerce will co.
operate with tbe Sells-FIoto circus
to make circus day, April 1 spring
'hopping day ia Tucon for out-of-own
visitors Excursions at reduoed
rate will be run from Hoeale and
from tbe at and wett. Tbe redue d
rate will be not more (ban fare end
a lbird for tbe round trip. Tbey will
extend as far east a Willcox and a
far wett as Cat Grande.
Finned under ot car in an auto ac
cident and escaping without a scratch
or tbe slightest injury, waa tbe re
markable good fortune of Robert Keat
ing, a be was returning to Frescott
from tbe dtm on Granite creek with
E H Anthocy a a guest.
To Work Congress Tailings
Reports are in circulation tbat in
bcrt time tbe treating of tbe tailing
bed of tbe Congress mine, estimated
at over 100,000 ton, is to begin, and
tbat arrangements are practically
closed to inaugurate tbe work As
to tbe gold values contained, cample
assy range to a bigb as $1 per ton,
it is said.
Wis Swit For Damages
The oily of Tocsoo moil pay Jess
R Donseatb $333 30 for damages dore
to bis property July 21,1910, when
Hood water was diverted over hi prop
erty by tbe filling in of lbird street
Dunteatb obtained judgement for that
amount in tbe superior court ot Pima
county, but the city appealed. Tbe
supreme court upheld tbe decision of
tbe lower tribunal.
Loot Store In Daytime
In broad daylight tbree men in an
express wagon drove up In front ot a
tore belonging to Richard Flelcber fc
Co. of Xogale and boosted a boy
through tbe transom over tbe front
door. Tbe boy unbolted tbe door from
tbe inside, and the men made away
with 27 suits of clothing wbicb ibey
hauled over the international line into
Mexico. Tbe men were observed, but
speciators thought Fleischer wss send
ing goods over tbe line to go out on
tbe early Sonora train, wbicb was then
about to start. Tbey were wrong. It
was a plain burglary.
Dr. Whiteside Oead
Or John R Whiteside of Kingman
is dead at tbejage of 05 year. He
passed away at Albuquerque alter an
illness extending over nearly six
months. Dr Whiteside practiced
medicine acJ ran a drugstore at
Chloride for several years and la'er
moved to Kingman, -where he contin
ued to practice bis profession. He
waa a prominent figure In state and
county politic for many year and
rrpretented Yavapai county a state
senator. Dr Whites de was a man ol
strong personality and be bad many
warm friend in.noitbweatern Ari
Reports have been widely circulated
throughout tbe Miami camp to tbe
effect tbat tbe United Statei govern
meot would in the near future estab
lish a b anch postoffioe centrally lo
cated in tbe neighborhood ot tbe
properties ol Ibe Inspiration and
Miami Copper companies. When
seen Postmaster Prochaeka said tbat
be knew nothii.g about tbe matter ex
cept tbat be understood i hat tbe repre
sentative of tbe Inspiration and
Miami Copper companies bad bie try
ing to get sueb a branch established
for some time past.
Returns From Russia
Fred Mar ston, for 12 years a reef
dent if Clifton, has returned from
Asiatic Russia on tbe shores of tbn
Black Sea, where be has been eugaced
in copper mining for the past five
years. Tbe mining properties are on
der tbe management of James Col
qubouo, formerly general manager ol
tbe Arizona Copoer conrnany
Blaisdell Wins Steinteld Suit
In the finprior court of Tucson on
Wedne day, judgment for H W Blais
dell against Albert Steinfeld and oth
ers was rendered in accordance with a
decree of tbe sup-em court. Tbe
judgment give Mr Steinfeld 10 days
n wbicb to turn over to Blaisdell 25
bonds cf the Yuma Electric and Water
Company at a par value of (1,030 and
12 boodt of tbe Yuma Gaa Company
of a par value of 11,000. FBPaoli '
directed to turn over 15 bonds of tbe
Yuma Electric Company , and Harold
Steinfeld an undivided Interest in teal
Growth of the Powder Trust
Jack Rice ot Bisbee, wbo returned
Wednesday from Jcplio, Mo., it is
learnt d, wa in that city to paMioi
pate for the Hercules Powder Com
pany in tbe final ransaetions under
wbicb it absorbed tbe Independent
Powder Company of Mi aouri. Tbe
transaction wat a large one sod give
to tbe Hercules much Increased
trogth in its middle west and
Lertoce $782 Per Carload
One carload of Salt river valley bead
lettuce, grown bj J H Heard, was sold
at auction in Chicago for 1782, or at
tbe rate ot 11.70 for a crate of 40
h-ad. Before Heard made tbe ship
ment be was offered SO cent crate
by a Pboeoiz commission bouse,
Lettuce ia now selling at retail In
to rnoenis maraata ior ova eenla a
bead. Freight and lea oaae to $290,
leaving tbe shipper f 2,
wMvKInf IS 9MwfcM
Slacking ia now sbtolotly prohibited
la Pboeoix theaters. Paler Sullivan
chief of tbalradepsrtstaat, notified
tbe Baaaagera.tbat ssMJi a ml mnst
be adhered to strictly as a measure 0! I
public safety. SmoVlog bas long been
tolerated in practical! all tbe moving
picture bouse'. ,
Investigates Water Rights
Jot.oS Layne, of Gooding, Idaho, a
representative of the United States
reclamation aervioe, is in Florence, in
vestigaling the status ol water rights
to the Rasa Urande valley. Layne has
found tbat very few water rights bar
been recorded, and state ibe matter
of obtaining correct data will be quite
Contract for New Town Hall
Nogale8 ia to have a town ball
built on tbe fire department's, lot op
posite tbe Orawford street bridge and
facing Grand avenue. It will be a taO
story building and will bouse tbe
mayor's office, council chamber, water
department, police and fire depart
ment. Despondent Man Kills Himself
D spondent over money matters J T
Langold blew off the top of his bead
with a shotgun. He came to Arizona
from Colorado, where be lost a smal
'ortuoe in litigation. Before coming
to Olarkedale be lived in Globe and
other routbern Arizona cities.
Cooper Now In Texas
O 8 Cooper, wbo pnt a fw days
in Tucson durine tbe latter part of
Februay ia now in Sao Antonio Tex.'
accord in a to a letter from tbe Burns
Deteoiive Agency lo the Consolidated
Bank cf Tucson. While in Tnesoo
Cooper made a few cbeok and then
ctshed tbem. Tbe check proved to
I worthless sod the police were asked
to apprehend him.
Gold Mine Down 190 Feet
The management of the Lucky Gold
mine at Kelvin , states tbat the verticle
haft now is down to a depth of 190
250,000 Acres of Land Platted
A'ter a wait of two cerr, official
plats of over 250,000 acres, in tbe
northeast corner of Yavapai county
and in the southwest corner of Coco
niuo, have been received at tbe Ari
zona land office. Most of tbis land is
ezcellent for agricultural purposes and
much of it is held by squatters, who
can cow file formally on their hold
Celebrates 86th Birthday
Samuel Hughes pioneer of Tucson,
has been celebrating h'sSGth birthday.
He came to Tucson to die 56 year ago,
but found health .od wealth instead
Hugbea bad severe hemorrhage while
en route from California aod waa a!
msit too weak to ride.
New Road Shortens Time
Jerome will be tbree hours from
Preacott by auto after April 1, when
tbe Cberry creek bill cutoff will be
opened. The present road ba a grade
o! more than 25 percent in place and
is negotiated with difficulty in five
hour, In no place ba the cutoff a
grade of more than six percent.
Prescott Public Buildings
Announcement ba officially been
made that architect will be requested
to prepare plans for a handsome city
ball at Prescott, which will be given
a conspisuuu location , not yet deter
mined uroa. Drawings have also
been prepared for a $70,000 school
building and are now beingconsidered.
To Have Somen System Soon
Unless present iadications are
ebaoged soon the probability cf in
stalling the 8omer system of, real
eatate valuatiop to Prescott this year
are very remote. Word reaching Pres
cott from tbe southern sec tic n of tbe
8tate Monday says tbe tyttem fa be
ing installed at Globe.
1 Mile per Minute On Desert Road
Officer of tbe Tucson Motorcycle
club will endeavor to have an account
of tbe recent Tucson-Vail race includ
ed in tbe pre matter being sent oot
. by tbe Tocsoo chamber of commerce
as a splendid boost for tbe Borderland
root. Erven G" Baker made nearly a
mile a minute on Ibe desert road be
tween Tucson aod Vail on hi whole
time, and mob of tbe time was speed
ing at a much higher rate, It I be
lieved that on account of tbe fast time I
made oo desert road will prove ver.
attractive io tbe eastern editor.
March is Smashing Month
Marob has been a record smttbing
month at the United States Isnd of
fie. So ranch business has bren
transacted over tbe oouster of Ibe
institution. Register Weedin decUres
that a mark baa been sat- Bat April
aaay exceed it, at least all tbe indica
tions are for a continuance of the
strode ton on land.
rsrsMrs set Tojetiior
Ob March 71b. lbs
known -a "lb Produce Aocitioo,"
ineincomingne blood, togober aim I
arealizi'ion jn tbe part of thoe of!
longer duration at Willcox at a united
oo-rperalive commuuity is highly e
gntial at this time, inspired the ac-.
tivity and found expression in an en
thusiastic meeting The purposes ol
the organization are ihrse ol a Co
operation Improvement Association.
Ladles ol Ibe locality were well repre
sented, aod will exert tbeir it) fluent e
especially in furtherance ot tbe educa
tional and tocial (ides of the organ
To Have Ginning Plant i'.
With the new site chosen for a gin
ning plant and exchange offices,
Tempt'e newly-formed Cotton Grow
ers' Ezcbangeia beginning to take on
an aspect ot real buaioeaa. Practi
cally all tbe probable grower ot tbe
district have aigned up under tbe ex
change by now, go that the association
Is in a position logo abead with itr
work of purchasiog tbegiu, iosiall
it, and attending to the hundred and
one otbtr odd and ends that will re
quire attention to make the industry
May Prosecute Parents
Parents of children deemed incor
rigible or parent wbo fail properly to
perform their duties as parents, can
be prosecuted for contributing to tbe
delinquency of minors, according lo a
statement of city attorney Richardson
of Dcuglss, before tbe Coogla city
council, Tbe statement came out in
discut'ion ol tbe adviaability of pars
ing a special ordinance to control iba
m:esenger boy situation so as to pre
vent tbe boys from frequenting unde
Grand Larceny to Steal Burro
It is graod larceny to steal a bnrro
regerdlets of tbe tact tbattbe ordinary
burro is worth $5 or less. Prcapero
Encinas baa been arrrsted on tbat
charge at Hayden by Deputy Sheriff
WBKasbupoo icquestofthe Pima
eauoty authorities. It is Emilio
Yoarra who ba lost a burro.
Doings in the
xne loiiowing is the. special venire
of 51 juror returned by She iff
Wheeler. all of whom reported in tbe
Superior court at 9 a tn ttday :
J H Macia Bert Bower
A S Cook J W Harris
J A Wheeler W D Armstrong
J H Thomas C W Grant
C W Buah M B Case
Y T Womack S W Keeling
Lee Adams Ben Rolen
W E Clough U B Killougb
Geo R Hall John West
Wm Carr Albert Peterson
V A Amsljog J H Jsque
R B Hondrix Geo W Smith
W vi Richards C J William
R W Ppriskls J M Libby
Wm Maber Pet Dworacyk
Almond Walker Roy Four
Sam King J H Duncan
K B Vallance Tom Mattall
Rttt Mills LH Westerman
Geo Schilling Charlie Brown
W A Fiege E It Gumm
Jeff Humphry Henry Scheerer
J W Brook A F Peake
Fletcher Merrill Robert Giles
Barney Andrino Frank Pyrone
P M Bainey
After the jury bad reported and
answered roll call tbey were excused
by tbe court until 9am tomorrow,
tbere being no case set for today.
Saturday Judge Lock wood set sev
eral case for bearing during ibe pres
ent month, and from all appearance
tbe pesent term will last until May.
Tbe entire pane reported tbi
morning at9 o'clock and Ibe following
business was transacted:
In tbe cat of tbe State v Loretto
Caaeno, charged with burglary : "Tbe
following jury wat (elected to try tbe
W D Armstrong L H Wertennao
JAWb'eler W A Fiege
Fletcher Merrill O J Williams
O R Gum 3 W Hsrrls
Lea Adams W G Richards
V O Amalong Roy Fourr
After being out dnring tbe soon
bonr, returned a verdict of gnilty of
burglary in the It degree. Sentence
will be pronounced by tbe court
All jurors were excused until to
sorrow mornlrf at 9.00 a. a,
Qtete.vsOM Burahasa withdrew
bis plea of stot guilty and satered a
plea ot guilty. He was seateaessl te
not lei than one nor mor Ibao two
year in the state penitentiary.
niaie.vs Herman Miller; 01 mo lion
of County Attorney Oilmorr, tbe de
fendant was released on bis own recog
n'zaoce and bond released.
Harry Crawford, cbarg d with
grand larceny, was sentenced to not
les tbao 1 nor more than 2 years
Luther Coope-. charged with grand
larueny received not lee than 1 n r
more Iban S year in tLe penitentiary ,
Trial juror A F P.ake was excused
f r tbe term.
Court Cases Filed
Jos Tibbetts; order appointing Bank
ol Bisbee admr.
Mike Shaya; ordered tbat order al
lowing certain attorneys fees be va
cated. C Taylor; decree settlement
sec not and distribution.
Wm J Slaughter; order for prolate
of will; hearing application for letter
E J Jackl'n; decree of distribution.
Elizabeth Kaoffraan; order of pub
lication ol notice to creditors.
John J Wright; decree establishing
notice to creditorr.
Ed Priderux; order publication no
tice to creditor.; alto order appoint
ing J Taylor, W Tbom and C Ruth
Btisto Gays; order posting no'ice
of application ol Louie Mnteo (or let
ters nf admr.
V Briedai; order of notice of appli
cation for letters of admrn.
Martin Costello; order to show
cause why certain property should not
Guardianship Baker minors; order
Manuela Hughes; order porting no
tice of application of Harry Hughes
for letters of admro.
67y. V Ramirez vs P Ramirez; ac
tioo for divorce.
Cora Martin vs C W Martin; action
C68. F Hibbardvs Bjeckler Min
Co; debt in sum $100.
669, Roy fe Titcomb, Ino vs Mai
soletti Mines Co; debt $146.63.
670. J McDaoiel et al vs S P Co, E
P& 8 W, and Southwestern By Co;
661. Florence Cooper vs Frederick
Cooper; action for divorce.
Judgment in tuit
521. Marquette fc Ar'z Min Co.
Or, State of Arizona, Cr; judgment
503. J Nicholson, Dr, Sate of
Ariz, Cr; $225.23.
672. Ann Hall vs Thoa .Hall; ee
lioa for divorce.
673 . C Suggs vs W Schwam; "ac
tion for appointment of receiver,
676. LEALO Wooleryv Gladys
Hill; action for debt.
677. Zilnbia Smith va G Smith.
678. Dora Wiley va O Wiley; ac
tion for maintenance.
683. Bote Young v Vernie Young ;
action for divorce.
685, E Rito v Ezezriel Hizo; ac
tion for divorce.
685. Ida Dannemiller v L Danna.
miller; action for divorce.
679 . D A Richard too and Frank
Doan v S Shaya; debt $7150.
680. Cataline Peralta vs R Peralta;
681. W Ten Eych v Mandu T.n
Eycb; action fordivoroe.
682. O Verbieh vs Mrs ARueII
etal; debt $500.
Judgment in rait
580. J Dymonde, Or, C Grunow
etal, Or; judgment $2000.
646. O Holder., Dr, Maude Holden
Or: decree ol divorce.
N Davidovleh; order of oitaticn.
T Loudon; G C Welch, admr.
W Slanghter; application to make
J Sbea; order to show mass.
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