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SUXDAY. PEBHItahv t;. y.m
T 0M H S T O X E E I J T A P II
STA senate urges ,
CONGRESS TO ALLOW
LORD MAYOR 10 STAY
la The Makia
By PERCY L. CROSBY
r cht McClTct vwtppr Sricdlca let
PHOEMX. Feb. 2 The senate
3 the Arizona legislature late to--ay
patted a memorial to the pres
ident and congress urging that torn?
way be found not to deport Donal
OCallaghan. lord mayor of Cork.
Tin; tiu.niurl.il was presented In 1
dlcsration of Irish American .mil vv is
passt 1 under suspension of rules. It
was to ! fceiu to President WHmmi,
both houses of controls, the er
tarv of slate Mnretar.v of labor and
the- Arizona delegation in concress
Thi! resolution contained the fol
low ins paragraph
'RoMihc-cl, by tilt- fift:i le!slature
of the state of Arlrona. Jhrt it Is the '"-'' Tipies, IMcavuno neeonipanvlng .1
sentiment that Miih ileiKirtation s "U1 " a resolution vvhieh li id been
eontrar.v to the traditions of our conn: 'mrodue.'.l into the lesi-lat ire if
tr and taid legislature limit earnest-1 '"'"' of an dim nd'iient to the eon
ly hop. and desires that ame olu ktltution or the I'nited Stat. s. pro-
t.on ma be found that will not re- 'Hn a miaus of aim inline It pro-
quire the said Donal () I'allachan to i'1' tllJt '" ainoiidnients to toat In
l.ae the I'mteil Stat.!, eii.pt of h" "riinient shall be submitted to a mi '
own volition: that said lesislature . "' ,!" people of the different states
does not wish to be understood follow ins .ommilt.e rejxirts on 11 '
protestins astiinst the enfor.ement of 'H.l he following news bills were in '
the law, but f-ols that some other sol ""'xhued
utlon than driwrtation an If found: House lull i. b Mrs Hush, appro-''
that if the law tethlncalli deman U l'rljlie JJimmiu for tie repair of the '
deportation, .oncress and the preEi r0J'! fr"m W"-l"ilurB to rar!.r '
dent should -ee that future laws i'.i '"' the towns of ram. and a
not require the deportation of such a Io"1H '
one a the said Diiul OCallaghan"' """' ''111 '-,. l, Mr Kimball, an '
thonzins the inustnient of sinKin? '
I'HOKXIX. rVb 3 -A deleBatlon of fls , ,,,,, ()f 1H ,.,, s,Jt) ,
citizens from Williams. Arizona, ap ,hllt. , jni, Utifs dni, ., ,
ii mm 1 1 Jfoiftl . an'vmwtitquick' in "sjre a J
pltf llpj : Bflyf JJjJiT 1-Trtc Mwse.' WfWN y ' I - - ? y9 rep,TiMme J -
peareil in the sailer of the senate
toda for the purpose of seklns u
counisement for the c onstruitiou of a
road from Williams to ClarXdale An
other visitor was Hon. H-rrj Jen
nil)'---, .if Bisbee, a memliLr of the
nsso'-snunt bonds for impnnenient-
The hou-e ent.reil iiikiu the third
readms of a Ions 't of bills that
had tome fron the enrolling and en
crosins .-oinriltKH" AH of than but
two were passed, one r.-latins to the
nouse 01 tne last leci.iature 11 was- .(.oimnient of depute school s,Hrin
stated that his purpose was to add undents and i.unt school supervis
Impetus to the OCallaKh-n uicniorUl ,.. alll, Hr ,ir(ni,in fnr ,he .
New Senate Bills ),urid ,)f ,PJ() ,i,iiers SJi,s an,i mV) .
Seven new bills were brought into rilles al)(, Hir ttilIoK! when without .
the senate, as follows: fuIllN UJ ,h) , WdS Uk( wl, ,
Senate bill CI. 1 Sir Sanders, au i .,. H..i11M. iinl i, ,c ,,r,r., ,..
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Tt CSOV Feb 2 While sear.h
iiii parti, s were follow ins litt'e-
tr.iMll.d roads in the nioiutaius
and lies, rt near here lodav. Mier
Iff lien D.iinils was notifiil that
Miss Marsuente Kt il and her
nel.e. Miss Telia ISroiKnie.r who
bad he. n mu-sins from their
home litre for nine davs, w.re
Miss IirixLiJe. r s mother tel.
srapn.il the sheriff from her home
in Sacram.nto. Calif, that the wo
men were in riioeuK The 1. ft
h.re the mornnis of Jamiarv 2t
in Miss Keil s new automobile tell
ins Mrs Kd Jon-on, with whom
tin lived, the 'jiitehl be Kone
all dav ' The did n t return anil
o-saiii7.il seanh b. sail at dav-
Miordius to the tiiissae from
.Miss nrolm. r's mother, she
r. leiv.tl word fron the worn, u
from .Vosales and lat. r from
I'hoiiK Sear.hins parties were
disbanditl as the .ame luck to
SKELETON OF GIANT MASTODON BEING - gl!llllllllil!lllll!l!l!!llllll!lllllll!lllllllillllllilllllllllllliiill!lllitlllil!llliillllllllS
SHIPMENTTO SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION I
UNCOVERED BY SCIENTIST NEAR BENSON s TL. C 1 W
i me jucteiui m
Th i!!s-over at llenson ot skele .across, was uncovered v.sterdav
oils o pr historl. animals of sisan The remains were found enibedde
tit size, includins the flmt skel.tim'ln the Ua bulks in the Curtis flats S
of a mastodon tint has tv.r been .ojntr mar Unison The survevors
iiutov.rtd In this cuimirv, has beeii are assistins Dr llidl.y In etriiatlnc
loufirmed bv Dr Cidb v. of the s.ie-i the hours whiih .t'le lielns tar. fuilv
tifit staff of the national Smithsonian park. ! for shipm. lit to Washington
Institution at Was'ilnston. who has Arriving at the mils, um they will 'i(
arrivtd on the srounil ami is now si ars. milled and plated on exhibition .11'
I'riiittiidiiis the removal ami pack the createsl a-ih. oloslcal collection
ins cif the skel. tons for "hlpni. nt to in the world 5
the sreat must um It will pa Intal residents to mak EE
The remains wtre dlstovcreil bv a the aulo trip to 11. nson and view the E5
pirtv of surveors of the seolosit-al uti'k that is soins 011 there tleorse E
snrv. v workins in the vkinitv The Utnshaw. conntv ass.,sor, stopped at 1 Er
iiotiii.-d the Smjlhsoniail Institution the ground esterdav and reiKrtel Er
of the find and Dr Chile ws sert that In- Cidlej is o delisbteil with
out iminediatelv to luvestisate Dr the find that he feels indebted to this
t.ldl.v said vesterdaj that the skele- section and that he Is slad to have
ton of .1 mastodon which is beinc 1111 visitors 1 ome and ee the relics be.
covered Is the fin. st spec limn he Ins 1 fore the are shipped awa l)r fiidle.-1 EE
tt sit 11 The two .tusks are more will 1m on the ground Sundav and EE
than slv. f.tt lone A slant sta tur will vplain what is soinc on to EE
tie, measiirius more than six feet visitors
Tile fillfclclH-.' iM'tttfill till' sllffi --fill
:unl tli" failuic i not u-iuillv m aliilit.
Siir-c .-oiiK's. 1- jl:m.'ly thrift fnt. and ly EE
- -tciii.iti'- -iivinir. E
If ymi a 10 lcally uillinu ti pa the .li.-c tor
Sl'CESS. t:ii t a avhi".- ai-fount ln'ii- today ami EE
IvOi-p addini; to it li-uulaily. EE
It I- tllCOlllv still,. ;iv.
thorizlni; the apopintment of a repre- it was iJelause it limited the txpen
sentative from this state to nesotiate'()r sluh fUI1Hrai to tlM
a compact or agreement with repre-j
I EASTERN SYNDICATE
FINANCING SILVER PROPERTY.
entatlves of the tates of Colorad . .NOGALES MAYOR SPURNS
Wjomini:. Ntvada and I'tah r. lathe BONDS. STAYS IN JAIL
to the use of the vatcrs of the Cob-, TL( h0N j.vb .;s,tm iur.iin; n,
ratio for irngatiou i!ei ,.,r to the .ntreaties of his!
Settle bill ". by .Mr ."scott, a bill lri, ...u tb.it be allow fh. m ... n.ir.
to make more n?id the law asamst ,iK,, f1)r 1,1,.. i,..,I11im vm.s. ..,.r !,url,"s'
the sale of cisarettes and other foniu'niaMir of -Vocal. j.. Sonom !... ..i.t...i f'r,
BROOKS' APPEAL WILL made bv the last lesislature, the mvi
BE HEARD THIS MONTH tor v.hi.ile ft es beins rtneivtil at fie
m-sIlKK. Feb 3 The trial of .lis ' pres. nt time, the federal aid whiih is
I. ISrtMiKs on a charse of nianufaitur. beins returned from the eovernment
Ins diftilled liquor will take plate on and iuabllitv to s. t a refund for ex
Februar.v II. 111 the Cuited Stat. s clr p. iiditures made li that department
Atfonllnc to Jax K II v. of Millir Itiilt court of anixals for the N'inhJ In i t urin b. tven . pihi ihhV and "!-
Cam cm In the lluachiii-a nioiintains, j District at -an Francisco, win re it .011(1110 wortii of t.dtral equipment
who was in Tombstone todiv. a com was c-m.il on appeal from the dis a'so the usual iklav In seciirinc ft tl
panv of tastern capitalists are coj trie t court of the Cuited Mat. s ..t'eral refunds for work dune In c en-'
timplatinc formins a lompan for the Tucson junction with the buriau of public
h-a m:nins pro- Ilrooks wis arrest. . 011 Jaimar 21. roads.
iustallins a reduction plant and if last vear in the I!-ooks aiurtmeius I nder norm il conditions as nianv
on c-onsid-ralde development 'on Nam road where a still was alle as J'.Ciu mm have been tmplotd In
1 First National Bank
M'IM.K'ATIONS FOIJ LOANS 1NV1TKI)
TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA U
1f-ir-r"9T tt tt t y ,-
(ilaims 111 Miller Canyon Tile rase came up tor trial in the fed netessitv for tuttins down the forces
will V'T K!I ttas JloclnPJ'1'"! ' Or eral .ourt at Tucson on April 14. an I made itst If fell and a number of rfn
of tobaec-o and cigarette p.tp. rs. It Mo remain m jiil until he obtains
prohibits their sale to ouths under'fi vindication of the char-e aain-'t Korl ' ,lis -roiii of silvor roanjjiipsj ed to hive been loind In op. ration the hishwav departmei t Recently the
the ase of 21 and makes the posse him
slon of tliem 11 voutlis umier mat ase JIavor Villastuor, who i
an offense. jknown to mauv Tutsoiians. as he was ' X " Miller, of Alt 1'leasant. l'a , and Brooks was found suiltv on all four wt re rt leas.sl. the climax eornfns cs
Senate bill 6C, by Jlr Larson. re-ia fretpit nt visitor here, has been In (:-r- Kn,: of Johnstown, l'a. who counts (li of htviusaii unregistered t. nlav hi the suspension of practical
tiuirins retailers to show Dy sisns th'jthe Xosales jiil since last Xovemlx , lhaM ,"e" s"nt ,mt h"T'' Xo examl-.e distillins apparatus in his M)SesSion, 1 all activit and throning himdreis'
date on whlc,hb utter, esss and ikiuI-Ii.pii be was arrested bv the'tlexl , ,hp l,ronor,3r a'"1 r IM,rt "" i,s merits. i2i of carrvlus on the business of a' of nit 11. the inajorltv with famiiles.ojt
try from foreisn countries were ex-!,an f. deral authorltits charged w-i:h,anrl ltp is ,""l"rs,orv": th,i'' report hai distiller without bavins Riven hord, of emplovtnent. All that remains of
ported to this country. Canada and Ix.iis rt sensible for the illegal ils.'"?tl1 favora,jl'' J'"' form ition of a i.fi of making a mash fit for tne pro- the largest and one of the most 1m
Mexlca are excepted fro"i the opera ilmv of Modesto Martinez, aliesed l',npan' ''"" th' ""t few weeks one thin of spirits in a bulM'.itr other portant departments of state Is its
tlon of the law. It is understood that murderer of the Tucson Chinaman. ni" ,,e axmI,:li,nP'1 "", w,,rlv tait- t'wii a registered distillerv, ij) of accouutlns department and the Tew
the Mills aimed chl.fly at the influx'TaJ lion, to the American authorities. r1 IS fo" as f""8111'''- rirtfillns alcoholic spirits froir a fer-' attaches in that division
of eggs from China. flavor Mllasenor was arresfsl on ' The P"rP"rties of Mr Kcll.v ;ind as i:catdmash
Senate bill 67, by Mr. Larson, re- the infonnation of Chief Ramon ' "'" iates aT" iocaU"1 !n MH,,"r inyon I.r.-.ks was sentenced to 'mprison ' RAILROAD RATE
quiring junk dealers to pot each d?yts,ra3i of thp .Vogales police, that he'a"J Lear h,Kh Ta,"es Ia silver ani ment In the I'mteil States pemten- HEARING ENDE3
a list of their purchases and to keep (delivered Alartfnez, a Mexican citizen, i """""". and consist uf a largejtlary at Lcavcanworth'. Kinsas, f j- IMIOKNIV. Feb 2 Tim Interstate
one vear and one day, and to iiay a Ciramerie Commission bearinz. ,
fire of $2100 Murra and Klaiilcan, which has been soins on before Kxam-
a record of their purchase to be ex-1 to
hlbited to the sheriff.
.1 representative of the Tucson
I group of claims. Adjoining property
1 it Is said, will be Merged into the deal.
1 police, at the verbal order of Mavar
Senate bill 68, a dental bill. It Is a 1 Villasenor. 1 ,l ,s aIso "ndcrstood the plans for attorm.vs for the defendant, filed a intr Kceler at the federal buildhul
copy of the one passed In the last le? The alleged crossing of the Mexl t,p l,Iant l" "' lnstaI,Pl ta" f""-a coa-potuon for writ of .rror whi "i was for three dar on the application of 1
tslaturc. but which was vetoed by the'.-an. who is said to have confessed slJf,ra,,,e tonnage, which will mear. allowed by the .feirt and IJrooks vas the railroads of the state for such In-,
sovernor. to participation in the shnins of tlio'1'1'' rnIlo3IDent "f a eonstderal.le l0.!mitteil to liail in the sum of JTO-0 trasute increases In freisht and
The senate acted upon the recoia ' Tucson Chinese merchant, resulted jforc of ratn Transportation will be Tn. ttril of ,.rror 3 ,aS(Hi 01 the I pjsesns r rates as will bring them 'o
rnendation of the committee of the not only in the arret of the mayor ' lr"tIv Hereford, nearest ratine 1 (outention that the rulings ii't'tr t. e the level of the increases granted by
whole of the da before by indefinite-'and chief of police, hut in the police I IK,nt ,r the m,ne' over a Kood al- od internal revenue law under which the Interstate Commerce Commission
ly postponing three bills relating to
amending the records of county rec
orders' offices concerning chattel
Senats bill 69, by Mr. Ooodell. to
amend the law relating to the disposl
tlon of state funds.
corporal, who is said to have per
sonally delivered the Mexjcan to the
American policeman, and the jailor
who tamed the prisoner over to the
AH those arreste1 in connection I
Mr. Kcll has worked the mine on a firooks was prosecuted, were rtnd?.-?d I in the case of interstate business,
small seale for a number of vears at! (ti wheM lIle national pro K,n
the Interesting of eastern capital wl!la,t i,an,e efefctlve on January IS.
mean increased activity to that end iMu. the offense having been alleged
of the.ount. lto ,aT). I(epn ,.nmmitted on January
i. lrt. x
the irresulsr delivery
1 OOUGLAS-BISBEE ROAD
cane to n end tonight. Practical!
the entire clay was taken up with a
discussion of freight rates anil the
prest ntatlon of arguments agaln't
the projiosed Increases by rile cor-
The emestlon is an interesting on", poration commission and other bodis-?.
Among the features of the hearing
was an examination by Roland Jolu-
It provides that with
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a fund which, if not exhausted at the prisoner have been liberated except khuki caving agreed d3 j, proiM,ly the first time It haj
end of the year, shall lx carried into the mavor. who stubbornly refuses to. DOUGLAS1, Feb. 1 County Engl ever been submitted to the circuit
the next year Instead of beinu turned ' allocr his friends to secure his release; j lie" sld Smth was,ia the city ves- court of appeals. The dec Islon ot thevson. "hlef of tho trafljc bureau ofthe
terdav and today. This morning fte 'court will determine whether It Ischamber of commerce of an asreo
accompanied Chairman John B. Hart j possible to prosecute under the old ment between the Southern Pacific
of the board of supervisor to the internal revenue act for an offcnicts and Santa Fe railroads, which, it is j
back into the general fund as the law Mayor" Villasenor has persistently
now requires. 1 denied the charge) of the police chief
Senate bill 70, by Mr. Woodwara, that lie gave the order for the Mexl
axnendlng the law respecting the ap-J can's delivery to American authorities
portionment of school funds, provid-jand has stoutly Insisted that he will
ins that they shall be apportioned on rot In jail" rather than go out until
a basis of average-attendance and not he has been fully vindicated of the
on the figures of the census marshal, charge against him.
The bill also obTlates the school cen-
ns for this year. , FARMERS NEAR TUCSON
Th only other action of the senate .TURN TO DAIRYING
was the nawase of Mr- Scott's Joint TUCSON", Feb. 3. Farmers near
memorial Xo 2 urging congress to Tucson 4are turning more and more tl
enact tariff legislation for the bene- diversified crops, according to Infor
fit of the fanner. matlon received here. They are beta?
New Bills-in House urged to go In for dairying and chick-
Preceding the regular order In the . en raising along with alfalfa farming.
Douglas end of the Hisbee paved hig!.-1 committed since the national prohlbi- .eged. would have resulted In the
way, where it is intended to pave the .tlon act became efeTctlve. The writ building of a through line Into Pho
remaining link between whrce the, of error e-ontends that the defendant nix had its terms been lived up to
only be prosecuted under the Johnston presented the agreement
and the matter appertaining to it in
distance of about 1T5 feet. The ci'y
paving was tsarted and a connection could
with Sixteenth street in this city, 3 national act.
will be asked to stand the expense ot ORDERS WORK TO CEASE IN
the work east of the railroad track.
The entire cost of this work will
amount only to a small amount and it
has been decided to have this work
done now while Oswald Brothers have
their outfit here. This will be a com
mendable piece of work and will final-
The bearing was also devoted to a
discussion of passenger rates and to 1
variety of matters pertaining to the
railroad business ofthe state in gen
STATE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
PHOENIX. Feb. 3. Fifteen hundred
men were thrown out of work yester
day with the closing down of camps of
the state highway department.
Thomas Maddock, state engineer,! Gadsden-Planting tract of land to TOHlbstODe
gave as ine reason lor issuing ue or-1 vegeuvoira auu raeiuns iik acreage 1
2, J cigarettes S V
JUST an insicie Tvord about One
E!cen. The American To
bacco Company has kcrvccl the
public vvith line tobaccos for
many xcars. It commands the
experience and skill to prepare
and know sood cigarettes.
The American Tobacco Com
pany would not i;ie the address
of its home office as the name of
a newcijsarettcif it did not relieve
that the blend would pleatc tou.
0 fl 6uarntd tgr
wt-Kh vt ikt if r" di
hi- "111" Ctftctfi. ! is
yur nctjr fctck frcm th uc-Ur
Banking By Mail
Our IJank i- .! near to yon jis our uinil lmv.-'S
When you i ct'i-ivc a Hicck, .simjily wi iff ai-nws S
tlic bark, on tin left ciitl, "For Deposit onlj io tlio
S frc-dit f (your -.nature).'' V will trodit your ;
account (:ii(liii"; you receipt by return mail. '
Si Wv solicit your aecoiints, large or small, and
jS w' n'I'J t bave you call or 'rite in t'fyard to S
.airy busines .transaction.
4 Per Cent Paid On Time Deposits ' S
SAFETY DEPOSIT SERVICE
i Cochise County State Bank, m
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nousu um. - - Little cotton will be planted this sea-( ly complete the finest stretch of paved der the Inability of the highway de
tlon from a reporter of the New Or- son. It was said.
road in the state of Arizona.
partment to secure appropriation
being leveled for planting of alfalfa ' J-XIX. JBAMA. Uf OJSUUKli AMD SKVIC
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