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SUNDAY. JULY 20. 1919
INSPIRATION COPPER CO.
HAS LARGE VALUATION IN '
STATE REPORT SHOWS
PHOENIX. July 14. The Inspire- j jury in the Week! ease returned in- !ention of the Arizona diision or the' PHOENIX. July 13 The lit estock I church costing $75,000 to le erected of brands In use in Ari.or-a by toek
tlon Consolidated Copper toapaay nil ' tc court sr.rjlna; In s verdict cf rot i American Legion, closed hero tumnl.t aii!lr board and lii- fur-i!i nerv.ee Turson Exierraitjre of tiHWi Is ' men is giting the Iltc-stc-ik sanitary
tte largest assess ment of any one mln-1
Ins compan according to the state-1
meet 1't.ued by the state tax Cornells-
slon Saturday afternoon It is assess-1
ed at $79,900,000. This is the total I
valuation of all Its property, figured
from the combined assessments of the
commission aid the assessor cf Gila
The Phelps-Dadse Corporation. Cap-
per Queen branch, comes next, with a
talaation of $72,030,407 Others are ,
assessed in the following order. Unl-'
ted Verde Copper Co . $50.273.76S; Ray
Co-eolidated Coprer Co. $4i.504,S37: I The case occup'ed most cf the day.
United Verde Extension Mining Co , , going to the jury shortly before four
$42,379,703,- 'Miami Copper Co, 130,-1 .clock. The mte rested it's case at
S03,654; N-w Cornelia Copper Co, 2.43. the defense onl putting on one
t29.333.9S4; Arizona Ccpper Co. Ltd, i w:tnes. the defendant, closing it's
$26.2i.O70: Old Dominion Co- :n-, case. Arguments of atiornejs for
eluding Unite! G'obe Mines, $15.11?.- bath sides occupied forty-five minutes
28: rhe'p3 Dodge Corporation. Mor- 33d the case went to the jury To
ene! bnrch. JS.I15.J71; Cr.'.ted East-, 1 -rrow the case of the state agains
em Mining Co. $5,442,083; Magma P. E. Trotter, charged with a similar
Copper Co., 3.16S.339; Shattuck Ari- ,ffense will be tried.
JURY PANEL FOR TERM REPORTS j One feature of the case today was
zona Copper Co, $4,963,322; Consoli-1 -he refusal of onfc tvlfess for the elate
dated Arizona Smelting Co, $4,153
S42; Arizona Commercial Mining Co,
ol Gila county, $2,631,652; Iron Cap
Copper Co. of Gila county. $2,498,737.
Tom Reed Gold Mines Co. $1,412,501;
Gill Capper Sulphide Co. $1,036,193;
Snanuon Coprer Co. $1,027,113.
Ail other companies r below a
The total taluatioi of all producing
mines in the state Is $463,1S4.32S.
Vsluation by CounUes
The valuation of producing mines by I
counties, as assessed by the state taxj
coramission. and not including the ad-1
ditional assessments by county asses-!
srrs. is as follows:
Mc-hat e .
rimt , . 2C73S.433 21,378,512 1
TotsI for Etate$41,OS0,432 $417,704,615 j
In Yuca cojnty ie Critic mine
owned by George S. Leigaton, ami l.e i
Swansea Cocjolidated Ga'd & Copper
Mining Co, owner. The Swansea
L?ate. Inc., lessee, were oiratin it
This isn't Maricopa'o inning; she
had no operating mines
There are thirty-nine j reducing
Snail Fry Companies
The 'mailer companies listed, and
tfcelr total valuations are:
Coirisa Mines Dev. Company
Ari:. Binghampton Cop Co- $407,652
Ariz. United Min. Cc owner,
Ccpper Chief Mln. Co, owner;
C & A. Gennania Group 34,77'J
Haydtn Dev. Co, lessee 119.SS0
Duqacsne Minink . Reduction
Great Western Copper Co 1SL643
Thcmas JHgglns 6224-17
Imierial Copper Co, owner;
A. S. i R. Co, lessee 54,273
Keating Copper Syndicate,
owner. Grant Leasing Com
pany, lessee 75.0S;
Leonard Copper Co. . 13S.03S
Thelps Dodge Corporation,
Copper Basin branch 315.255
Ray Silver Lead Min. Co. 143.915
Rosemont Copper Co. S1.145
Twin Buttes Mining & Smelt
ing Co. owner; Glance
Mining Co, lessee 555,181
Twin Bnttes Mining & Smelt
in Co, owner; Midland
Copper Co, lessee 151,115
Warrior Copper Co- owner;
Development Co , lessee 677,184
"Wolverine Arizona Mining Co 194.508
Yucca Tungsten Min. Co. 184.651
TOLD TO TURN DACK
JUMPED OIL LANDS
KINGMAN. A!"- July 12 There
vas considerable exciteirent caned
n'. Holbrook a ta-r day ago wh-n all
cl the claims in township 51 N, range
19 W were Jumped. This is the
township where the Wind River peo
ple are reported to bre found oil in-cications.
JULY TERM COURT OPENS.
(From Monday's Daily)
Just before going to press the
The July term of the Superior coartlton Klelcsxid, president of the Uni-,
opened in Tombstone toda for the terrify of rlzona. a3 the chief
trial of criminal cases which vlll last speaker.
until the latter part of August. j Sandbera Vice Commander
The first case called to trial follot.. I At the concluding session cf the
Ing" the swearing pf the Jurj which re- , c:.rit entlon, Walter Sandber of Yuma
'ported for the term, as the case of in elected state tice commander of
the State against Robert Weks who! the legion, and the following were
is charged w!ih comml'tmg a stata-
tory offense on the person of Mabel I
Campbell, who is under 18 years of I
".li'dred Hasty, to testify on the stand
and she was ordered locked up n a
cell in th- juten.le department 1
Jdge Liikv.ocd and to remain '.i ;r
in solitary confinement.
A-tornei S'ephenson, Manatt and
White represented the defe-.tiant
T-hile Assistant County Attornet M. I
McKeMcon apfeared for the state
Fo"iot-,-g 15 the panel of Juror, who
r?rortcl for dutj :
, Gilbert Thomas, Frank Wheeler, F
c Cvurchli, warren.' Groter Q tails
- ;aT:I1Dnj .vjjho.ls. Go. E Howard J
j v. Simmons, E-bert H
Frank iiacklett' Clarence ? Boo-h'
Sam Rhodes, Otto Ijne, Gjs San?on,
.,; 1,3-vell. J Jacobson, Dan Lais, S. E.
jjetvell, Weib, Charles M Basby. St.
j jvj, s L Wilson. Benson; It S.
Jcsrerscn. Mescal; James Harper. 0'
Prarce: John nravin. Tombotone: H.
- v.'lllcox. Buena; C. W. Hatch. Co-1
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K.SraWp,.'c,rc.,:'Klcb.rd Davis. W!"'VMl -. and condemnin,
ch.-e, J. W Elllo::. WlIIcox
',2 :iarrington, M. C Benton, Sam
Trankenttrg. Chas, Warshani. F C
:.urst, A C Aher, Sam Srersr, J
31nt. C Mana;n, Fra: k Rath, L Me-
Whrer, James Zed K.lbom. F. R
Reynolds, P J Meen2n, Bisbee; J F
S'ewart. H. B McM'llan, M;ses S
January. A. Y Wright, W. P McNair.
K. C Taft, J E Stephens. D N. Dar
ling. J. r Pattertou, F A. Warrr. J.
B S'.iilman. W F. Thompson, N J.
Nanny, C. A. Oterlsck. James McFsd
den. Douglas Wilson. Charles B Shot
well. D. S Smith, George Hagcod, T.
J McLaughlin. Douglas
SAYS VETS EXEMPT
FROM TAX 6 MONTHS
PHOENIX. July 12 Attorney Gen
eral Wiley E Jones hac, rendered an
orinion Interpreting the taxation law
applying to soldiers, to the effect that
they cannot ba compelled to pay poll
ar School taxes for a period of six
months after discnarse from the ser
vice. He psinU out the fact that the act
spe-ciiieb that the property of sertice
rnan-and his wife, if the total value
dcee not exceed $5,000, is not subject
to taxation during military service,
nor crc they required to pay school
cr poll taxes dur.ng this period, and
in another section the term of mili
tary service is Interpreted to mean
for a period cf six months after dis
charge. MEXICO ASKS THAT TWO
- MEN BE HELD 40 DAYS;
STOLE $60,000 IS CHARGE
NOOALES, Ar!:, July 12. Instruc
tions to request American officers to
retain Ramon Garcia and" Juan Car-
rasco in custody for forty days, dar
ing which time the Mexican govern
ment hopes to obtain their extradition
on charges of theft of $60,000 of Mex
ican army funds, were received today
by the Mexican consul here, Sr. r.n.e
Garcia, a former captiin and army
paymaster, was arrested recently In
San Francisco; Carasco, his chauffeur
ws arrested here today. Sr. Tamez'
Instructions came from Ignacio Bonil
las, Mexican minister to the United
STATE CONVENTION OF
AMERICAN LEGION CLOSES
TUCSON, July 13. The first con-
.with a homecoming ceelbratlon for
all sertice men, at which Dr. It.
elected members of the ctccutlte 1
George II. Me)ers, Flagstaff.
A. J. Letloff, Illsbee.
George V. Nilson. Prescott.
R M. Alton. Ciifton.
Oscar Kuggles, Pbociix.
N.-tienal Delegates Chcscn
The following were elected dele
gates to tha national contention:
J. CGreenway, Warren.
Cliff Falres, Glob.
Lewis S. Douglas, Jerome.
Power Conwaj, Phoenix.
Gerald Jones, Tucson.
Globe Captures Convention
Th next state contention tti'l be
held at Globe, Ariz, on the second
Monday in Augui. 1920.
Phoen.x was selected as state head-
darters of the league o.er the oppo-
s-tion of Cochise delegation Ira I!
Joralomon declaring that the head-1
quarters should be at the home of
the legion commander and further.
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hat the establishing of headquarters
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.t Phoeniv wculd make the legion sus-
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cepticle to state pontics
Pasess Many Resolutions
The legion passed resolutio.13 con-
J 3!ai:,e those responsible for th-.' al-
s " r'liesed protection of ccnscientious ob-
cur'- and demanded an inv.jtigatinu
by congress; condemning the -(Cial
its and anarchists; denouiici.it- tnc
misuse of the flag aw uniform fc ',ui
cess: endorsing the so-called Lai. 1
o'dier c ettlement piau; den andint r-
emplojmen; of rcturneJ soidlers: tor
tlle irotection of sertice men's nght
under the war risk insurance act; h
the use of military titles by civilians
n d ntl-.ers-
UPHOLDS ARIZONA LAW
MrabT cf -he Arizona corporation
nnniHto were tery much gratified
o receive a cort of a recent decis'on
of the Michiga- supreme court or t'le
matter rf stock sales without a rer-
sue that has been a 00m 01
coren-ion in this state.
In the case '
of W. S. Fdward tersus Wal-er 'it
the National P.ano company, an Ari
zona corporation and others. th
ccurt holds th3t stock may not be
o!d In Michigan without a permit,
under a law tery elmllar to the Ari
zona ftatute. and defines sale a a
'ransfr for any valuable consid-ra-tion.
In this specific case the sa'e
Aas cr. exchange of stock. After the
exchange, the plaintiff demanded tne
return cf his original stock and was
denied, aid the cour: holds the de
fendants re'porsible for its valui on
ine ground that the stock they Issued
'n exchange in the Arizona corpora
tion was not sold under a permit in
JASTRO ASSEPTS MEAT
PRICES NOT JUSTIFIED
TtAKERSFIELD. July 13. Henry A.
Jastro. cattleman of national reputa
tion and former president of the Am
erican Live-stock Association, tonight
gave out a statement saying that pres
ent retail meat prices were not justi
fied by the price paid producers of
cattle. Mr-. Jastro, after reading a
statement by L. A. Nares, president
of the California Cattlemen's Associa
tion, corroborated Nares's statement
that the high prices of beef to the con
turner are out of proportion to the
wholesale prices, but said that cat-
j tlemen of this state are not suffering
great financial loss through over-pro
"I agTe with Nares," said Jastro,
"that there is no Justification in pres
ent prices cow charged by butchers ta
the consumer, but I do cot believe
(bat the California cattlemen are suf
fering from a loss through over-production,
as we have no over-production
in this state. If the Congressmen
and the Senators will support the
Kendrick bill which Is now pending
and put lt through the evil will be
START ROUND UP OF
RANGE HORSES 25TH
TO COMBAT DISEASE
hate set July 25 as the opening date
R-ltor the beginning of the series of
round ups In Apache and Navajo toun-jre
t.es to gather up all range horses in
thai section and subject them to tha
jb'ood test for dourine. for the rurposc
-f the eradication of this disease.
j For this purpose the board is send-
'rj o.i: letters to a 1 the stock owner-.
,n that sett on, betting the dates fo.
there to -cpsrt to the officers of the i
Loir J and tha forest sertice and assist
2t to round aps. Tte letter. In part
Mi Stock Owner.
Dear Sir: A round-up of a'l horses ,
In Apache and Natajo counties, has
l.'en ordered bj the joint action of twe
lve stock sani'ary board of Arizona
.d the forest sertice This round-UD
p.ill be prosre,te. running from east July 21t. botrd It was nsccssary for the prs-
jto test and in jour section will bga Globe Porpherv & llarnt-v Cnnpr ent owrer cf the tranl to find all the
itn cr about "roperty opening up substantial ere 14 pretious onr.en of the brand and
' All owners of horses on the range in t bodies . 'have each one make a bill cf iVe to
jj.ur section will be required to co-op- riicenlx Plans completed for pat his successor in interest, thui rorm
1 irate with the agenta of this board inS of West Adams street. ing a complete chain, and by record-
anj t;le forest sertice in bringing to-
gethe.-all their ringe horses into .inar-
amine pastures and holding them
there until each animal can be etam
ned given a blood test and found to
be either healthy of a3tcted wit'i
j0u, Ine the cjsease tte ,!atend to
' radicate by this round up
So retalent has this disease bscome
upon the ranges of Apache and Nava'o
. .. . u . a j...
count.'e that drastic measures for its
eradication nave become necessarj
.:rd to the end of working out a rreth-
j od. a Join meeting of the I ve stock
fanitalT bo and the forest sertice
j as recent! heM In Flag-taff, at
j which the action abote outl'nel was
taken. You are. of course, aware of
tie rfV "d 1 t stock
sanitary ocara and in the fores; ser-
t.ce to compel, tf necessary, the coop
eration of stock owners. Bu: neither
the board nor the fore: sertice hate
, "n' desire " 'e;r; ' Usi c
,r ' a ' "" t0
force their orders unless it become-'
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necessary ty the refusal of stool- '
owners to co operate 'n an effcri tha:
1 js designed to be of benefit n. then
You are. therefore, instructed to r-
, port to . of the lorest sertice
or , inspector of the lite
. 1 stock sanitarv board at
j . ready to take
irouaJ J-' oi -ar-' 'a Jr distnet for
250 More Bisbee Men Arrested
Cont.cieJ fr-m Pace. Six)
the persons lo be arrested unde'r the new warrant. Phelps Bndge C crporatio.i a corporation, Calumet and
Arizona M.clng Company, a corporation; Shattuck Arizcr a Copper Conpany, a corporation; Woiter'.n. -rd Aricnn
Mining Company, a corporation; Dene-Arizona Copper Company, a corporadon; The Warrer Company, a eoriu'ra
tlon; El Paso and Southwestern Railroad Company, a corporation; Tat Andrews, JU111 Ar.n.Uj, Boo .VidreJ3, K A
Ackarii. Harry Aikens, C. W. Alien, Cec.l Adams. Tc:a As tins A.eU: AcUrssn, Jack fi'ack, A B;o-.tr., Iln.cr- Bur
?ess, P Boyd, Cats Benton, Ed Brophy, Jim Boyd. Culey B gs Naah Brcoi.in.iGr.. N C Blcclsc, Frank Braiilcnbtrg,
J. J. Bow en, J. E Brophy, Wm. H. Brophy, D.ck Breii-crtcn. Mart.n Bund, Billy Brakef,tic. Tex Barton. John
Bello. Homer Brakeman, B. Eoland, Frank B.rd, Percy Bowden, Jack Eoland. J Cane, Hal Crc mcr, L. Cook, Jako
Cartmail. Geo Cobb, Bert Clemens, S. G Carghili, pat tleary, R A Clamritl. Mike Ciincingham, F K Cole, Hilly
Carnahan, William Carlie, John Coldlron, Pete Corkh:!!, Rets Cunni: gham. P Carthlll, J Cleniento, Ed Clegs, Joe.
Colford, AI ClarLson; Dan Chatis. Ben Coo.ey, Cbas E. Cross. C. Cltcland, John Don
ston, Ed Dumas, Theo. Dunlap, Chas. Deedoff, Ed D.xon, Julius Dugal, A. Detloff, C. II.
Dow ell. John Dingle, Jeff Dunnegan, J G. Detnck, Biddy Doyle, M C. Demy. Jos Erick3cn, Tcm Egan, Ja:r.f.-.ll.
East. Fred Everett, Fanardy, Dave Foster, Frank Ford, Sam Frankenberg, L. Fendcrson, Jos.
Fisher, George Fearon, A. A. Flnity, John Fosburg, Dave Fairrlay, Lu Favari, Aleck ?isl.cr, Andy Fisher. Jehn
Franklin, Geo. Forey, W. H. Fteher, J. P. Ferguson, John Greenway, II. Cenoncttt., Oscar Oilman, B.rt Groter, ChM.
Gilbert, L. L. Gilman, Red Gannon, William Gunn, Jack Gilbert, James Glcscn, Jack Grapam. Joe Harris, J. Hobbs,
J L. Hodgson, John Hughes, John Hjghes, Jr., Frank Huiieliy. lorn Harg.s, George Huflman, Charles Hilrblo, C.
C Hargis, John Harmon, Sam Holt, Geo. Hodges, Allle Hone, Hiram Hughes, Chas. Ilines, Dr. C. II. Hunt, Walter
Hubbard, John W. Hogan, Gus Haigler. Dr. F. E. Hanklns. J R Henderson, H. Hillman, Hamilton,
Chris. Hubbell, Ike Humphries, Dr. Chas. F. Ilawley, Ernest Hughes, Ernest Hughes, Js, Joe Hope,
Haggard, Jess Horton, J. P. Hornby, John Hembrick, Joeiiernbrick, E Harris, Dick Howe, Bob Hllburn, Pete Ivan
cioh, Sam Illch, Clarence Ingram, Tom Jewell, John Jeffries, Frank Johnson, George Jackson, Mark P. Johns, John
H. Johnson, Lee Jovaclvlch, C K. Jacobson, Harry Jacobs.il. Kulozrdne, James Kregbautn, Sam Kyle, Al Kcmpton,
Tom Kelley, William Kelley, James Kleceman, Alf Kelley Harry Lyons, Thomas Lntellck, R. E. ILonda, Jair"s Me-
Garry, M. L. McGarry, W. Mitchell, Tom Murphy. W. MiKee, Jack T.Utt, Chas. Mallon, . M.ittl.ews,
James D. McDonald, Miles Merrill. Eniil Mark3, Chas. McKean, Lew Moore, James llar.soll, Tom McQuiner, Arthur
McRea, Magedo, C Marcellut, John McMenuimes Frank 'Manuel, Sol Morganstein, Norman Mc-
Klnsey. Tom Madden, Sam McGee, Jack Monoban. D. McCabe, Dr. F. L. Meadows, Robert Meadows, BUI McGcwn,
R. McWorthcr, Tony Nicholson, N. D. Navcrette, Jim Nichols, Aleck Nichols, H. Nathanson, Mose Newman, John
Nelson, Johnson Nichols, Dick Neil, Lee Oliver, R. O. Owen, Pannock, Je Pharaoh,
Fhllbrook, J. Radcliffe, Frank Huff, J. C. Ryan, Hill Ruff, Jack Ralney, H. J. Reynolds, C. V. Ruth, Henry Howe, Rex
Rice, Robert Rae, Gerald Sherman, Fred Sacdtner, Joe Sandtner, John Scott, Ed Saberly, Lewis SIppIc, Mack Sinclair,
R. C. Scott, Hank Snodgrass. Geo. Scott, Al Sharp, Dr. W P. Sims, Dan Seed, Wallie Schwartz,
Shortliff, E. P. Steffes, A. E. Shepard, Stewart, Blaz Skvoala, Young Sbeperd, Emmett Spaulding, E.,
E Shine, Tom Stafford, Johan Sharon, William Stack, Lem Shattuck, Louis Sim, Ben Stewart, II. II. Stout,
Clarence G. Stetson, 'Donald Stetson, Roy P. Stetson, William Toland, Tony B Thompson, Frank Thompson, George
Teran, Bert Tomlinson, E. A. Tovrea, Phil Tovrea, Thompson, Christ Tomich, William Taylor, H.
Taylor, Sam Varran, Lew Voechle, Harry C. Wheeler, Lecnard 'Warmlngton, John Wilson, Denny Walsh, Chick Wal
ters, Billy Woods, George Washburn, Smith Worthington. H. E. Wootton, P. W. Wilson, Bacsctt Watkins, K. Win-
sted, J. 43. White, B. M. Washburn, Clarence Witty, F. Whuen, Dr. Watkins, Clarence Wilson,
John Williams, Jack Warren, Wilfred Watterson, John Wilson, John White, Lorenzo Wright, Tom Wright, Mose
ARIZONA WEEKLY INDUSTRlA-
Phoenix A ' Methodist Episcopal
'ndtoca'ed for highway to Nogales. 1
PafigDrIa Blue Nose property to,
repened and thoroughly dste'op
Phoenix Crop condition! throagh-
i cut talley excellent.
Clilton Cattle shipments averaging
S72.00 made from local yards.
Douglas Cattle and mining men to
It - pen Merchants Dank and Trust torn-
pany capitalized at $lo0,000.
?I.oer.x A $3 OjO.OOO irrigation pro
ject under wav on Gila riter near Ar-
i'ngton will irrlgtte Sr.OiK) acres.
Mesa gets re high school cos'ins
Pttagcnia I foot ore exposure oar-
-'i-'g tanadlnite reported dlfcotered.
Tucson Goternment will sell SCHi
'ts. of turgsien at public auction on
King-ran Cortrat- let to drlte a
'annel ii Cedar Grann's nrlne
Oilman United Eastern enters big
orP u0;1' at lwi foot let el.
Cilcr'de Work on tunnel project I
beirg ruhd, S23 fet completed hate been claimed by tr" .11111 io
Kincn an Hackterry mi'l handling onginally owned i. after 14 o'hers
' tons of ore dailt Machirert in- had rurchastd It and the 3ln' it r?p
stailation comple'ed bt United Am- ipseuteJ It la absolutely noeivary,
c-ican anl rillirg to start 'Mr Stelher.s lointed out. that tho Mil
Phnenlx Arizona Packing Co t" of sale of a brand be recorded w'tn
build immen-e packing plant. the commission.
Yu-na PoAer line to distribute j -n.e tctal number of brands in us
pi.wer to norUi and soath Gila ta!!eys.p :ne s!ate bo;h a, actito :.nd hobl-
to be built
I in,p,ration CopPir Cos proSt5 fe:
eft jj.too.OCO lat .tear
I Aracmja ar.u inspiration t os pur-
, 'h-e oil land fc- $1.10.' 000 for fu:
' Arizona Copper Co tr.Ues oter all
Jerorae Extensile drilling to bcg-i.
1 ere at ence
Phonix-Seuthw.st Cotton Co. to
aerial service to plantation
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Goodtear and Litchfield
' Ar;z"na na the m03t
. oncletelcped resources cf ary state ir.
j -he union and ucjv has as much prop-
1 trty -uoject to taxation as a-it state
it double the population
the purpose as abo.e catlined
Yours ter traly.
Secretary Lite Stock Sanitary Scard
.RE-RECORDING OF LIVE STOCK
i BRANDS NO SMALL TASK
PHOENIX. July 13. Re recording
hoard a great deal of tfik, but the
result to the stock Industry is moro
than ampCe in for ary amount of
' lalor. according to Ed Stephens, sec-
retatt of the board,
About 400 applications hate been
ihand'ed already, and the office force
js work'ng Saturday afternoons and
nights In an effort to keel ahead of
, Man interesilrg features, art bo.r
brought to light by the arpliratloiii
for the registration of hrand3. A
large number of titles hate bt en found
o be defectite anl the board has lnt
Its assistarce to straightening them
out. For instance, one brand that
wa filrd for reglsration wsb fojro io
h'lte been transferred 15 tiin', and
not a single till of sale filed w.tli the
lrg the hills of sale to bring it.ilo.tn
to date and make the propor ristra-
So fr as the records of tv.v boarl
go. the stock under this L-ai.c. ulfcht
ing brands, all to be recorded Is esti-
d b ' h , lt t
this will eliminate oter half the pres-
cnl trand, that are -i longer n-ed
j bj ecumacr the re.vrds
LITTLE ClnL IN FAt-L FROM -A
SECOND STORY WINDOW
KINGMAN. Ariz. Julj 12 Tte lit-
' lle (iaugh'teV of Mr ar.d Mr.. .1. P.
. n.ii r r.i.:.i.. i.-.i - ... o-
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ape from dealit or serious InjlIry at
Ueale Hotel Monday night when
she fel from a record stort tc .thf
Kround a distance of eighteen feet.
!she was '"tinK on "" -lndc-t bill
i.-ind Icared back against 'lie 'cecn,
,vhich had become unlatched, arl was
I precipitated to the ground When h '
parents got to hr they found that
she had been badly saken up, hut was