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' WEEKLY EDITION OF THE TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSPECTOR
TOMBSTONE, COCHISE .COUNTY, ARIZONA, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER JO, 1918.
WITH SOLDIER VOTE
Leave It to Foch
The complete returns of all pre-
clncts.in Cochise county, including the I
count of the 31 soldier ballots cast In
:LAIM MAJORITY OF OVRt 30"j; this county are herewith given. In I
COLTER HEADQUARTERS AT the governorship contest Collar's ma-1
PHOENIX PRACTICALLY' CON-iority was 7S8 over Campbell. Adams
CEDE ELECTION WITH PISoL i only leads Roberts for holdover can- J
BILITY THAT OFFICIAL COUNT dldate by 13. and this may V changed j
WILL CHANGE THE RESULT by the official count. The soldier vote '
gave Roberts a boost of seven votes.
The votes for the other candidates
ere not changed materially by the i
On the vole for the various amend' ,
ments the compensation bill was de- i
felted in this county by a voe of
nearly three to one.
The legislative redisricting bill '
carried by a majority of 1332. It was
needed in Cochise county as the state
senators and representatives now
elect stand. The Warren district and
Douglas have them all and the bal-
ance of the county has no representa
tion In the legislature as far as the
outside districts are concerned. The
northern end of the county should
have one and the wests end. It Is to
Late this afternoon the Demo
cratic Central Committee at Phoe
nix, on receipt of the majority of
7S for Colter, admits that the cut
of 20 votes suffered by the Colter
majority, which had previously
reported through an error. In tele
phoning, leaves Campbell in the
lead, but expressed the hope that
other precincts still missing
would pull them through.
PHOENIX, Nov. St. The Republican
srate committee mad x. ivsitlve cbim
fciot night of the election of Thorns
S. Campbell for governor by .iplural
ity over Fred T. Colter of 1H votes,
with lSrfnissinR precincts, iif which a
total of less than 200 votes wete cast.
These precincts are three in AiKiine
county, three in Coconino, sevu in'
Mohave, two in Pima. to in Grjhara
and two in Yuma.
The Democratic committee has rot
yet conceded the election of Campbell.
So busy have the committee been in '
be hoped that the bill has carried in I W I! Fonda D
other counties so that the next elec- j Elsie Toles R
Hon will see all sections of the coun-' Clerk of Superior Court
ty choose their own representatives. J- E. James I .
The gambling lis and the lewd j Assessor
house law uere sustained by gocd , E- A. Hughes D ..
The capital punishment law carried ' Hay II. Krebs I) '3S93
Sports recelve'd from other parts of the State Senator " ---
, state the bill has carried by a bigfT. Allughes D
' majority. ' I). C. O'Nei'.l D
The anti-vaccination law was de- F. P- Moore 11, .. .
.. ' " ' 7 - " . . Ti
EMPEROR WILLIAM OF GERMANY "DECIDES TO
RENOUNCE THRONE": FLEES TO SWITZER
LAND; IMPERIAL CHANCELLOR PRINCJE
MAX IN CHARGE OF AFFAIRS UNTIL REGEN
CY IS SETTLED; SUGGESTS CONSTITUTIONAL
ASSEMBLY TO SETTLE THE GOVERNMENT
LAST WEEK WAS 'WHISKEY ISSUED
WASHINGTON. NOV. 9. ABDICATION OF EM-
SLOIK IN ISSUANCE 10 FLU PATIENTS PER0E w was officially announced
nC Bl ICC TIPKLTC III UIDinnon Pn Tms M0ENING rE0M Berlin, according to
Ur DLIDu IIuHlIu IN InrniluUrH uU. havas dispatch from basel.
lhv rollpftfnn nf thp fiiir tin thn
, by a majority of IOCS votes. From re-1-"11''' Hagan. Ind ..
has been paid to th other state of
fices. It is only Known that the
Boi: crats have electeo. all their other
feated by a majority cf IS votes. Basset: Watklns R
, All three of the land amendment Representatives
laws were carried by good majorities. -loan P. Cull I)
Following is the complete total vote i William Dclbrige I)
FEED DEALERS MAY
HAVE DOORS CLOSED
PHOENIX, Nov. .- -Many Arizona
dealers in feed, including bakers, re
ceiving feed shipments from mills, are
la danger of having their doors clos
ed through failure to obtain a license I Thomas Maddock R
of the food administration. , Governor
A vigorous investigation of all deal- Fred T. Colter. I) . ...
srs.in feeding stuffs who have not ap- Thomas E. Campbell R
plied for license and who are doing Secretary of State
business without one has been order-4 Mitt Simms D
ed. It has been found that a number ' Harry Kay R .
of dealers have been making unrea-i State Auditor
sonable profit and it Is Intended that Jesse L. Bpyce D
all dealers subject to license must ap-1 Charles W. Fairfield
ply for the same at once or cease busl-, State Treasurer
Hess. " ' i Harry S. Ross D
Many licensees have become care-, James A. Jons R
less in the observance of the rule that ' Attorney General
requires that the licensee shall place ; Wiley E. Jones D "
on every contract, order, acceptance David IL Benshlmol II
of order, invoice, price list and quota- SupL Public Instruction
tioned Issued or signed by him the ' C. O. Case D - , , ,
-words. "United States Food Admlnls-1 H. E. Matthews R .
tratlon." followed by the. number of . Corporation Commissioner
his license. , David. F, Johnson D
lj. G. Compton R"
BISBEE BOY IS KILLED IN FRANCE
frcm all precincts in the county, in- Charles T. Francis D 3161
eluding the soldier vote: J Mrs. Nellie Hayward D 5082
Harry D. Jennings I) 372S
Harry T. Sealey I) . .. 3G4S
J. IS. Wylle I) 3676
H. L. Noble It ... . 2213
Robert M. Tjler R 21)79
Judge Supremf Court
Albeit C. Raker D
A. A. Jayna, R . .
Judge Superior Court
Representative In Congress
Carl I). Hayden D ..
Taylor It .
101 No a..
107 No 4
301 No .
303 No .
307 No .
309 No .
Ju7n "ThH".? IT TmT TEX1"I' NV" 9"J"n BarIC LONDON, NOV. 10.-BRITISH WIRELESS MES-
issuance of bliss Jlckefs, probably dueLcorn.has taken a new leage on life In
to the excitement and stress and of Maricopa county, ail .because heal7hT SAGE 'FROM GERMANY, RECEIVED IN LONDON,
election. Nevertheless no matter authorities have ruled that he is a STATES THE GERMAN IMPERIAL CHANCELLOR
what be the cause Cupid failed to get necessary medical agency In combat
in his usual work, for the following ting the Spanish influenza epidemic. , PRINCE MAXMTLLT AN OF BADEN HAS ISSUED
ere the only ones Issued from the of- Several hundred gallons of IntoM ; jjjjj FOLLOWING DECREE: ' 'THE KAISER .AND
lice of Clerk J. E. James: eating beverages, seized by Sheri'r
Thomas K. Gordon to wed Johnnie W. H. Wilky and his deputies during KING HAVE DECIDED TO RENOUNCE THE
M. House. Fort Huachuca: Lorenzo C. the past few months, are now subject TTTRnTJr' "
Pulsipher and Julia Felding. Douglas; to eonsumpton by the sufferers of thi. '
Poter M. stathakos and Effle Alexan- county by reason of a recent health
der, Ilisbee; Ruben Comacco and Ma- order. Hut one must assuredly be a
ria Ava Barrios. Bisbee; Ytttdio Car- sufferer before he can be taken into
ranza and Rosario Soto. Douglas: consideration at the dispensing U.
Wm. Smith and Mary Storey, Doug- reau at the?herifr's office.
las; Oliver . Stacey and Vivian Shortly after Influenza first m?.i!o
BISBEE. Nov. S. Private'
t Medigoricb. well known here through
his association with the Palace Gro
cery, for which store he was solicitor
for a long time, died In France, ac
cording to word received by Mr. Del
oridge yesterday. Sam was 27 years
of age and came to the United States
- In 1905. He was at member of Battery
B, 340th F. A. A. E. F. A letter re
ceived from him today and which was
probably written Just a few hours be
fore hto death, said he Was in the
frost line trenches and that Dushan
Angius was with him.-
State Mine Inspector
G. H. Bolln D.
SamiJohn F. White ft
I. C E. Adams D
C. M. Roberts. D
John Tren. R ;
J. F. McDonald D ,
Lorenzo Wright R
Frank Brfggs. Ind)
Cuy a Welch D
Robert N..French D
John C Gang! R,
LONDON, Nov. 9. Wireless received in Copenhagen
from Brussels via Berlin, states that Emperor William
and son-in-law, Duke of Brunswick, have abdicated. Revo
lution is speading all over the west, even as far as Colori,
Rush on the banks in Berlin is so creat that these institu-
uvhkirir. i,,..-,,, iT.M mr,.n nn,, ... ,,, , .,..,. ,h. ." 'tions have stopped payment. The Imperial Chancellor
Caldalaria Unqueta. Bisbee; Thomas health officer announced that h-si.v Will remam in Office Until the Situation Connected mth the
varama and wardainrc. de la Tom. would be used in combatting the d!'-' abdication of the Kaiser renouncing the Crown Prince Of
' Pirtleville; J. A. Bryant and Juana ease. It was valuable for meul-lnal , the T0 f th German Empires and 01 PrUSSia and
Sandavol. Bisbee; Myram W. Mitchell 'purposes in suppressing the epidemic. I Settling Up German regency has been Settled. For the
he stated. ? regency mteaus to appoint Jjeputy jveret as imperial
Consequently It was decided to wn-i , """,,. jjiujjuoco laiaio mil uc uluun'; "J iu
tne estaoiisnment ui a law providing ior a constitutional
German national .assembly which will settle finally the
future forms of government of the German nation and all
! those people which might be desirous of coming in with
and Rosa V. Haiit, Bisbee; Zeke Tas
bey and Uillia Islie, Douglas; Quel
lerma Pena and Caslmera Cabrera,
Douglas. " ,
Yes '. i
TO REOPEN TUESDAY
! GOVERNMENT LOOKS
j INTO COTTON HEBE ( undergo the whisky
I PHOENIX. Nov. 9. The state coun
cil of defense. U In receipt of a com
munication from the federal agencies
section of the council of national de
fense. to the effect that the govern"
ment Is looking Into the cotton situa
tion in the-Salt River Valley.
Some time ago Vice Chairman Ad
dams wired Washington, asking if
some relief could be obtained for the
cotton growers here from the Na
tlonal Finance corporation, in the way
of borrowing money at a low rate of
The reply from Washington states
that there is slight chance
FLAGSTAFF, Not. 9. The board of
education of the northern Arizona Nor
mal school has set Tuesday, Novem
ber 12. as the date for the opening of
the .normal schooL Students will 'be
required to furnish evidence of hav
ing bad Spanish Influenza or of hav
ing been inoculated against it before
they reenter. New students will be
required to take dally temperature
reading. A good registration is ex
JOHNSON MINERS FORM
UNION; WAGES RAISED
JOHNSON. Nor. 9. A local of the
United Mine and Smelter Workers'
union has been organized in this camp
with 104 charter members, constitut
ing about one-half of the number em
ployed, and an immediate raise of
wages ts reported of from 25 cents to
$1 a day. Installation of the union
was by H. S. McClusky, state orga
niser and also member of the board
of regents of the state university.
mandeer a portion of the "Oiiue"
stored in the sheriffs office it Je
rome for medicinal purposes. Several
Influenza patients were "obliged" to
similar steps were taken In other
parts of the state.
It was not long before It wss de
cided to adopt the schom'; in ihi.;
county. While there seem to be nj
specific law that provld"j for confis
cated liquors to : used a medicine,
health authorities s cimegly do nrt
hesitate In is)ui!. certi'ica ter. for
whisky whenev.- they are of the be
1'ef that the inllvlduul can benefit
from said treatment.
LEFT FOR WASHINGTON
"DOC" CLIFFORD IS
COMING HERE TD.
HELP WAR WORK
I member of the Marines, that fighting
wing of the United States navy. "Don'
is laid up now for a rest and repairs,
' and while he is resting he is cam
paigning for the United War Work
i funds. He has been assigned to thu
! Arizona district for this week, and
BISBEE. Nov. 9. "Doc.-" hero of
the Marne. Is in Arizona. He arrived
in the Warren District this morning
from Nogales. He has been in this
state for a week In connection with
the United War Work Campaign for
PHOENIX, Nov. 9. Timothy A. J the V. M. C A V. W. C. A.. War
Rlordan. federal food administrator
for Arizona, has left his home in
Flagstaff to attend an emergency con
ference of state food administrators,
cpalled by Herbert Hoover, to be held
in Washington November 12.
Mr. Hoover has deflnte plans for the
feeding of the liberated populations
of Europe and definite ideas as to the
duty ot Americans the minute -that
peace terms are signed.
It is for the purpose of considering
these problems that this emergency
conference has been called. -
Camp Community Service. American
Library Association, National CathoHc
War Council. Jewish Welfare Board,
and Salvation Army. He speaks to
several meetings In this city Sunday,
giving the workers In the drive in this
country information as to the service-'
of the seven ailed organizations In
France and Europe.
"Doc" Is not a stranger In Arizona.
Before the United States entered the
was he was a pastor in Tucson the
Rev. John H. Clifford of the First
Baptist church. Now.he Is an adopted
will assist with the work here and
j elsewhere in this state.
"Doc" pried his way Into the hearts
of the Marines after they had de
clared against the entrance of V. M.
C. A. men Into their ranks.
"We don't want you around here,"
the Marines told the "Doc" on the first
day he reported with them. lho
Marines don't want the Y. M. C. A.
parsons. You can go to bell as far as
we are concerned."
A cranky, hard-boiled Marine did.
the talking. The place was In France,
soon after the troops had landed. Ibo
time was a cold, damp day
"Well. son. I expect I would be a,
lot warmer In hell than I am litre Just
now," the Doc replied, and his-Answer
won for him the first soft spot
grudingly opened in the hearts at the
(Continued on Paga Fear)
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