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!hlm when he returned. Ho said tint
Roper was Jealous of his wife "Enoush
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The chief testimony for the state '
Ir.il.iteil trouble he hail hail with lt-J
ALLEN CLAIMS HE SHOT
IN SELF DEFENSE.
was si en by J. A. Robertson, who
was arrested charged with complicity
In the killing of Ilopcr lie said that
the night of the killing of Roper bv j
Allen on his ranch. Allen sent for htm
anil when he arrived told him what he
had done, and asked him what net
should do. He advised him to glvei
himself up, hut Allen did not want toj
do it. he said, because he knew he
would be arrested for making whisky.
Alien told him, he said, that he should
not tell of the killing, or he would kill '
him (Hobertson). After Allen had
buried Uoper s body, Allen told Hob-1
BANDITS MURDER FOREMAN I line, anil was followed up to the ranch, EL PASO WILL HANDLE 1000
OF JOHN SLAUGHTER RANCH i houses. A trail was also found whereiTONS TOMBSTONE ORE MONTH.
The John H. Slaughter ranch. IS they left the much, three of them Word that the El Paso shelter
miles from Douglas, and near the In- riding hort.es and two walking. will handle 1000 tons of lead-silver
ternatlonal border, was raided last The trail was followed through t.ev-' ore, hip,h!y basic In manganese and
night about 1 o'clock by bandits, vvho'eral gates until it crossed the line, lime, from the Tombstone district.
killed Jess Fisher, an aged employe of where it appeared the party had sen- was received today by John H. Da- lot November. 1920. was disallowed as No. 2."
the ranch, and looted the commissary arated. the two men on foot going In vis. superinterdent of the Bunker h!s term expired on November 1.1th,
store. Fisher was slain at the com- one direction and the others going in Hill Mines company. .191". 'MILLION FOUNDS NOW
mlssary where lie had evidently en-tan onxislle direction. Mexican otfl-, According to the word received by "That at said adjourned meeting on
ertson to go to I.ordsburg and tele-
per on previous occasions and reiter
ated on direct examination that he
knew ltoper was going to kill him
when lie shot him.
Allen did not report the killing, be
said, because he wanted to "run
through" five barrels of mash and
then go to Mexico from where 'e
would notify the ofluers where to find
the body of Koper. He had tied a
' w hite handerchier to a bush near the
i grave so they could find it. he said.
Following the completion of direct
examination. County Attorney Ross
grilled the defendant for almost an j I3r W A Creene. of Douglas, who 'arrests
3LACK&URN IS CITY Ingly.
MARSHAL OF TOMBSTONE "Dated this Seventh day of May.
(Continued from Page One) 1921
and accented; that at the adjourned . "ALBERT l. SAMES.
tetii.g or date December 14th. lOJt), ' "Judge of the Suiierior Court of tho
his rUim for salary for the last half .State of Arizona. Cochise County. Div.
countered the men In the act of rob-'cers are operating with the American I Mr Davis, who has been working on j Decern h-r Hth. 1920. C. !.. Blackburn, BY THE NEW CORNELIA
bing the supplies stored there. lofiiclals and the country south of the the plan ever since the closing of the was appoint"! C'lief of Police with RIS1SKE. May C Col. John U.
The alarm beinc given by telephone Slaughter ranch was pretty well cov-iDouglas smelters, the El Paso smtlfr service as night watchman, and the clreenvvuy stated yesterday that the
to Lotiglas. three automobiles Joadedlered for a distance o: several mlleshas evolved a plan whereby they willoa:h of Ic was thereupon admlnis- New Cornelia was continuing opera
with police and deputy sheriffs were 'A description of some Mexicans be-'be able to use from this district ap-j:ered to s-id Blackburn by the Major. , tlena on a very small scale, just
hastened to the scene and at a late'lieved to be a part of the band was ' proximately 1.000 tons of ore perj "That on December ISth. 1920. said enough to provide rmploiment for a
hour last night where conducting an obtained from ranchers living below month, which will be used mainly foric. I., illackbtiru filed with the City .few of the iot desirable employes,
investigation of the outrage. (the slaughter ranch and may lead to J fluxing purposes. From the district I Clerk of said city, his loiid as Chief 'Col. (ireenway explained that -the
there i-ro at least two mines from jo! Police In the penal sum of five method of reduction of ores at AJo
graph lloper's people, signing Hoper's
name and say that he was alright.
hour, going into the details and events J had been called to the ranch immedl-' The three Mexican ranch hands which this ore can be supplied, from
leading up to the killing, at various lately after the raid, said that shortly, who were on the ranch at . the time the I.ucky Cuss and Oregon mines,
...r..i ... -..ti,.,,.. nt iiniurisfxir ih.. irrtifi. ..r PiiVior io-n nf the killing are still being Held in. two of tne biggest producers in the
. . .... . . ... ... .mil's lltvunin . ,..... ... ,....-v. ..--.. ..... .........., ... ....., . .. ., ....
i m. vvmiiu nii.iv snsnirinii. .i en inin
him. He did not do this but move
to Douglas a short time after the kill
ing and the next he heard was of Al
len's arrest. The reason he did not
tell of the killing was his fear tnatiGOES TO JURY,
Allen would kill him. Hobertson said.
That he shot in self defense and
hundred dollars with sureties under- were suh that it would require nearly
taking one-half of said penal sum three months to close operation anl
each. gtt the plant back into operation
i and Allen in the attempt to show-that i. Mexican emplojes of the ranch had , the city Jail at Douglas, although it is district. - j "That at the regular meeting of the acaln. This fact, and the further fact
Allen did not kill Uoper through fear appeared at the house and said thatte opinion oi cne omcer.s mac uiey .vir uavis sa;u .uai lessors empioj-.council neiu January mi, i-j-i. u was mm a kooo uuiit vciimiai ::n-n uiu
five men had bound them and had did not have any hand in tne Killing nig upwards ot 3i men win produce moved to discharge th Chief of ro-, retulreii to operate tne remit iton
j robbed the c-oaimissarx. killing Fisher Mrs. Slaughter is of the opinion that ' this amount of ore, which will belike with srvies a night watchman, works, and the plea of Colonel flreen
' when' he surprised them. They were (former Mexican ranch hands were im- shipped to KI Paso. Treatment rates and to appoint a Chief cith day ser- way agaist it ssipatlng such a force, in-
riitalned on suspicion and were being i plicated in the killing from the fact such as will justify handling the ore vices nnlj. on which motion three ,ilucwl the dir-c-tors to permit the Con
or his life.
Without arguments after the slate j lt.,j or imct1gation last night. They I that the trail through the gates up to have been allowed and even tnonch i Councilman voted "yes" and one "no." t tinnance at Ajo on a very raall scale,
had started to present it's Xersion of j , . ,h . . , , ,fcth.. house vhnued that someone ae- the freight rate is hither than to ami thnrefte- nt said meeting it was About one million nour.ds nf ennner
. jt-n ii iuii iui iiivii uif iau nvjuiii lijrui j - --. - - .., . , - -. . .
..a e o o.h v lht ra0 tin case of the State s-1 ssjjjii tiley would return and kill every 'quainted vith the surroundings was I Douglas, ore will be shipped at a pro- moved that Porter McDonald be ap- per month 111 be produced by the
kill him. was the testimony of lUxtr j A1!cn tnarpej ulth the murder , vn, m 'he rroIM,rtv ' 1 1 the party. fit, owing to it's liuxing .qualities. hePointed Chief of Police at fifty dol- New- Cornelia during the pe.-'od of
Allen, charged with the killing of of J()hn tom,r went to tho jury short- .xt the time of the killing. Mrs.! Intention to Rob Ranch erplained jlars per month, on which motion a M- corper production laid Col. Creenw ay.
about to re- The theory of Dr. Oreene and Mrs. Although there is no contract xrlth;miar vote was cast: that subsequent- Col t5renway.
aonn icoper on nis rancn in me sux- ,,. ,,, ,,,,. ,.inri.- ,hiB -ft-rtinnn ' . . ....
. . . " 'Jonn ii. Slaughter was
pnur prmc xane.v in l-euruar.v. wno This mnrnintr. llaxter Allen, the de- . ..,...u.. i ,v...i ....... . ....- i. . k .i . . ...,..,. , .. ,k .,.... n.., ,
"- IlirO IOr tile Ulgnt, and, UJKin tne ap-.dUMUI'I. .HWUiii.ru in injut,majcj-,.jn- iij.i.ri, u ,.- a-suini t.iu. ... c , ly at i..e &ai le Jilt--.!!!, Prti'i . ... vii.- vt. in- (iiuuiihu.- w n-: .nr iui
" fondant, who was on tho stand when , ,loaram.,. of t),e tKO t.nli,i0yes, bound terdav to console Mrs. Kisher. is thitifrom tBis district will be received j Blackburn -as. on motion duly car-.building the proposed railroad from
oan v . orne . . oss court adjourned last night, resumed am ,rngnB ln,, threat of the el- the slavers of Kisher were rart of a 'and treated at the smelter at U-astlriH allowed $31 70 for his services as 'Ajo to Ilocky Point on the Pacific:
his testimony on cross examination Dy ,,,,, rader8 to rvtnTn an,i attack 1,aml ,vni' llai1 deliberately planned to during May and June, during the, chief of Police. coat. a distance of about w miles.
the house, the meml-rs.of the house- i make a dan sack of the Slaughter, present experiment, and if successful, "Tte record does not disclose any. This railroad lint- has been perman
hold barricaded the doors and tele- ranch, taking evervthlng in sight and will be continued. lyerfernent of. or hearing on charges i ently laeoted and the work of develop-
phoned to Douglas. j killing all who attempted to prevent' That the rlau will be of beneficial j fur the removal of ald Blackburn I ins water along t'le'line is going for-
Word received from Slaughter's ! their purpose. effect to the local situation there is .ahseqn.-nt to hi appointment. ward successfully. One veil of water
ranch early this morning was that On the porch of the ranch house no doubt, and practically all leasors "Sec C of Art II of the original has be-:i developed and the wator Is
this morning was found a formidable ' who were handling b:g :onnage will 'barter of the city No. 39 Acts of very similar to the city water in Dou?-
state this morning when court opened Coumv Attorney J. K. Itoss, which!
and closed his case at 330 this af- was ,(m,I):etcd shortly after 9 o'clock.
ternoon. after he had placed ten wit- Kollowing Allen's testimony eleven
nesses on the stand. witnesses were put on the tand by
Dr. H. A. Keese. for the state, tes'i- ,he ,lcfpnse in aIl effort to saow thit
fied as to the nature of the wounJ. I;operi ,j)p limi ,llani nas of a ,lan.
which entered the head of Aoper at cerous ,j,aracter. in support of the
the rear and tore off practically all .jjfenjjfg statement that he was in
of the back of his head.
fear of his life when he shot Roper
Cbas. Martin. J. J. Sanders, and at his ranch the night of the killing.
Chas. M. Stapletou. testified to hav- Character witnesses who testified
ing made the search for ltoper. after were Rlen Allen lkmciey. John dlee
he bad been missing for some, time son. Vernon LaMore. Laura Cain. C.
and Vernon LaMore. II. II. Eohmfalk, V. Allen. Mary Luke, Frank Briggs,
and Geo. E. CJipson. deputy sheriffs, fleorgiana Atoroyicke, H. A. AValke-.
told of the finding of the body and Walt Keaton and Vm. J. Mortell.
the subsequent arrest of Allen. Mrs. ' in rebuttal the state put on six
J. A. Roper, wife of the dead man, ' witnesses tending to prove that Ro
and her daughter. Mrs. C. M. Staple-.per was not ot a bad character. They
ton identified the watch and chain of were II. A. Reese. J. J. Sanders. Jan.
the two ?.!exicans held under suspi
cion were separated by the officers
and both told identically the same
bludgeon the shape of one side of resume work, while many who had I ijsi, provides that the Common Conn- las. Col Crenvvay hones that it will
a heavy harness hame. with a large the small high grade streaks are con- cji shall consist of the Major and,be possible to announce somcthin? '
story, that of having been held up,,rass tnoh. which, it is believed, wasjtinuing work also, storing the ore and four Councilmen, and Sec 5 of Art. i definite concerning the construction
and robbed by five masked men. Al-1 11"1 there where It could be secured in i will ship when the Douglas smelters, jv provides that a majority of the of this railroad during the present
though the officers said there was ev-la,!' lKht that inisht occur. reopen. members of the Common Council shall year He has been encouraged to be
ery indication that the Mexicans were! Dr. Greene says that hebelievs.
telling the truth, they were being held hen the gang was encountered by
until the arrival of Sheriff Hood. Kisher in the commissary, which re-.
CiHin receipt of the telephone mes- suited iu his deJth. that the maraud-'
sage In Douglas. Sheriff Hood wasl?r!- decided Mr. Slaughter had been
immediately notified and left here at)"0"""11 and that any attempt to en
once. about 1" 3d. for the Slaughter ter the hous" would mean death ta
. THREE CITIES IN THE
STATE CUT SALARIES
60F SCHOOL TEACHERS
Three cities in Arizona nil the sal
aries of Ihe grade teachers, a perusal '
of a table compiled by the state board )
of education shows. Douglas is one
ranch According lo the details nf ! ue leaders at least.
the affair. Flsh,r ,,, ,,.! ,hJ When officers from Douglas arrived!01 ,he cMk- ,,ul ,h" ann,,:'1 "aIari"
Ihe dead man which was found en , Malley. V. A. McDonald. K. A. Wit-I .,,,.. . . ... . ,., .v, .,,,, ,. on.e went m the .ommissarvi-f" S,HI about as large as oth-r
i ..... .,vuu 1,1 .u- iii, mi luMiiiiK liie ' J
Mrs. Allen after her husbaad's arrest, jig and Chas. 1L Martin
When the defense opened their case When the state had concluded it's i
Vt re 1tlr "1 utImIV tt'lf tlf (Vo 1at. cnlmttnl n...-knii itarA ctirfail ll I
' " "V- ' V "V ,"""-' -. "S. .-...U .., th(.:ni thpy JijrneiJ jn1 5ho h(m
lennani. was p:accn on tne stanu an'j , Walter Itocne, assistant county auor-
slorehouse. They ran upon the ap-roolu vvh.re the lound the body of
jproach of Fisher, and when he called ' r,fhtr Two hullct holes were found
On- entered r'isher's body just above
told of having hard the men quarrel ,nev, and he had completed a brier i, . ..
' - I the shootmg
Mrs. Slaughter said that following the left shoulder and came out under
ing that night, followed by two shots, resume of the case when the defense!
and that her husband told her he had 1 announced they did not desire to ar-
killed Roper. She did not see the, gap the case and agreement
liody, she said, nor did not see Allen t reached between counsel for
bury the body.
an attempt had been
made to enter the ranch house. She
said that she and several cithers were
Following is the table
City 1521 Increase
Nogales. some Increase
Mesa, some increase ,
Tempe. no change.
barricaded in the- ranch house, fear- abdomen
hothi, ,, ,.. ( ,(
iu tiiu .ir-iiau muutii rciuiu.
'sides that the case should go to the. ,,.,,, ,K , ...-.
, i ,,i.ii iuc annul uiu c'ii.i.,j MieilllS
Narclsc-o Torres, son of Mrs. Allen, ijjrv without further argument I . ,, . ,
(and police officers from Douglas an
was on tr,e stand lor a considerable Judge I.ockwood s instructions were
the right nipple and was found in a
pool of blood under the dead body
Another bullet had passed through his I J"-'01""- change
Phoenix, some ncrease
length of time, and although only a lengthy aid touched upon every phase
jouth of 13, was an unwilling witness, jof the case, regarding the extent of
Only when pinned down by close the crime committed to be determined
questioning would he give the desired j by the jury and the manner in which
Information even In answer to quca-lthev- should decide on a verdict as
tlons of the defense attorneys. He j governed by the evidence submitted.
told of being awakened by Allen and j Placing themselves in Allen's position
going after Robertson, seeing the the court said, they should consider
body of Roper the next day in the whether or not the defendant actually
room, with a rifle in the dead man's j believed his life was in danger when
hand. He demonstrated the exact po-, he fired the fatal shots into Roper's
sitlon of Roper's body and the posi-lhead. If they considered that Allen,
tion of the rifle by lying down on tic j was Justified being in the state of
floor. Allen, he said, told him to dig 'mind, which he claimed he was, if
the grave, which he did, and they bur- j they were to believe the testimony as
led Roper the next night about 9 to the character' of Roper, It would
be their duty to acquit. On the other
The defendant was on the stand at i band, if they believed that Allen pre
4:43 under severe cross examination I meditatively shot Roper and was not
of County Attorney Ross, with indlca-jin fear of his life it would be their
tions that it would not be completed doty to convict, fixing the gravity of
until tomorrow morning when court the crime as in their judgment would
resumes. 'come ender the law as explained by
Allen told the story of his being as- the court,
sociated with Roper In the "moon- At a o'clock no verdict had yet
Investigation of the shooting was
made. It was found that Fisher had
dropped -dead where he was shot. The
two Mexican 'anch hands were found
in an outhouse. They said that a
band of five Mexicans from below the
line had come to their" bunk house
and tied them with ropes.
Peace officers scout the story told
by the two Mexicans. They declare
that they believe that they did the
shooting, and feared to try to escape
on account nf being known in that
section. They reported last nignt
they could find no indication that any
band of outlaws had crossed the line
with the intention of looting the
ranch. The name of one of the Mex
icans Is Manuel; the other could not
be learned early this morning.
Resides Sheriff Hood and Deputy
Rafferty, who left here last night at
10:30, four auto loads of deputy sher
iffs and police officers raced frora
Douglas for the ranch! n the belief
(that a gang had crossed the line and
Shlnmg business .or j or ,o nionvu,, aeec rcoeu u cne jary. wnen . nnch Qn accomt
first in non Luis and next in the val- closed for the day. ,,, , ,, ,, .,
occurrences in the past, it was neces
sary foe those on the ranch to delay
investigating the shooting until aid
As far as could be determined to
day there was nothing missing from
ley. He detailed his association with !
the dead man. on direct examination. SWAT THE FLY NOW
telling o'events that lead to the kill-1 URGES HEALTH BOARD
Jng. He and Roper were on the front i PHOENIX, May 5. The regular
porch drinking and were both drunk. . qaartely bulletin of the Arizona state
he said, when they quarreled over a . board of health has just been issued.
The board malls copies of the pam
phlet to all physicians, dentists and
public health officials In the state.
Anybody else Interested may obtain
a copy by applying to the secretary
of the board. The leading articles in
the latest issue in on "flies."
"Now is the time to swat busily,"
it says, "for a single April fly can
have two billion descendants In Au
gust. Fly breeding can be prevented
easily." And then the article pro
ceeds to indicate several ways In
whlch'flles breeding can be prevented.
trip 10 days before, when Roper dam
aged his machine after he ran into a
gate. Roper wanted him to help pay
for the repairs, he said, and he re
fused. Roper then began talking
about his wife, with whom he bad
been separated, and accused Allen of
knowing something on her which he
refused to tell. When Allen replied
tht he did not know anything, he
aid Roper said: "You're a d liar
sad you'll tell me or I will kill you."
Roper went for'nis rifle, Allen sail.
and be grabbed his shotgun and shot
OFFICERS FIND TRAIL OF FIVE
MEN BELIEVED TO HAVE RAIDED
SLAUGHTER RANCH; CHASE ON
According to advices received last
evening from the Slaughter ranch at
Bernardino, officers had found the
trail 6f the five men who are believ
ed to have planned Qe raid on the
ranch and who were responsible for
the death of Jesso Fisher. Yesterday
morning a trall'of five men was found
leading to the ranch, from across the
be a quorum to do business, and that Jlieve that others will see the import
the President of the Common Council anee of this road as he sees.
I shall be ntitled to vote uron every, "Two thir.g-i are today holding Arl
I question. .zona back, one Is the high cost of
"Sec. . of Art. HI of said charter i transportation and tne owier is mo
providing for the creation of the ad-j cost of lKjwer. With the cheap power
'ministrative offices of the city, iu- which can be provided by water stor
eluding Ch-.ef ot Police, and also City age in the Colorado river unci a -hort
Attorney by who-n all lionds must haul to at?r trassioriation which
f'rst hav been approved (Sec. 7 Art. would be pro'.idM by the Ajo road for
IV i, is amended by Par. 1!"H Revised , fabricating its copper output, would
Statute of Arizona. 1513. which lira- be greatly increased," said Col Href n
its the officer- of the city to one May- way.
lor. one Councilman from each ward. Spearing of high cost of power iu
"" 'and one Marshal or Chief of Police. Arizona. Col. 'Sretaway made th-
Said Sec. T of Art. IX which pro- statement that i: c-ot ten limes as
i; ;cemr after Fisher w"25 siai
those who killed him fled and joined
others of the bandit gang, who were
guarding the ranch hands.'who allege ! I!on!,on- sam,
that they were caught and tied by the
maurauders before three of them went
to the ranch house.
According to two Mexicans, who
j Douglas, ten per cent cut 12ir 1CC7
. I ' Hevie.1 -.tptn1
vides lor the approval of bonds of , much to provide power in Arizona as
city officers is amended by Par. lOu1;!!. dos in Butte. Montana He said
Metralf. same. Clifton, same.
Globe, same . . . -
Arir'im 1M3 1 with the. chean Tiower wbiih n
claim that they had been tied and ,
held under guard, they were overcome
by a body of more than half a dozen
Mexicans, and that after they were
bound with cords, three of their cap
tors went towards the ranch house.
They said ,that after the shots had
been fired at the ranch house the
three men returned, and with the two
men who had been guarding them,
deft, going towards the border.
The two men whose '.lands were
bound with cords went to the house
of another Mexican employe, who un
tied them. They say the reason that
they did not go to the ranch house
was that they feared others of the
band of assailants were still In that
Prescott, a little Increase.
Tucson. lowered maximum
$10 . 1400
Glendale, in high school low-
now ln effect, requiring that the Chief possible to provide by harnessing the
": rol'ce" shall jive an ofhcial bond j Colorado river a xa't amount of the
vith two or more sufficient sureties iiinow- desert lands in Arizona could be
j& sum to be approved by the Mayor cultivated and a v.id variety of
land Common Council said paragraph crops raised at a prufit.
also provided that in case of the
death, resignation or removal of said
LIVESTOCK AND RANGES
PHOENIX. May 0 Reports from
! Chief of Police'-, the Mavor and
1300-l00,CijmB)on (.ount;1 ha; pow(?r to petals throughout the state indicate
1 ach vacancy by appointment: the,,hat conditions have ..at improved the
; person m appointed shill hold office
I until the next general city election.
past week and are becoming serious
I in sorne places Even the highest
ered maximum J00
Ray 170O 1C0O
fUisbee - - 130O-2600
Kingman, same. Yuma, same.
Duncan, same . .1200 1300
Safford. same 12001400
Flagstaff, same with $300 bonus for
summer school attendance.
CENTRAL BANK TO
i The term of the appointment under " re f,ar of E"ow ac1 '"" raln
'the statute is a fixed one, and there-, nas faIIen ,n aD-v 9ection tnat the
for not on under par. 135 Revised Sta-1 water SUP1''' is "P1" "i"tiisbing.
lute, of Arizona, 1913. limiting the!HlKh wln,ls naT' ArM the ranses
tenure to the pleasure of the appoint-1 TaW ' ln many '"s they are
ing power renorled hare, the mot favored being
"It is well settled that a public cf.jtern Yavapai county and north
fleer who holds oEce for a fixed term , ward' Cattle are "-'" thinner in
and is removable only for cause, can-1 eastcru aml B'-thern parts of the
not be removed without notice and (state and some are being shipped from
an opportunity to be heard in defense j Cochise county. Feeding continues
of the charge against him. Am. Ann. near F:' Bayru New Mexico.
Cases 1913 D. Crop Pr:0re!s ,n Arlzcna.
I "The evidence in this case shows Warmer weather has been
OPEN IN TEN DAYS on big Bppofcstmelll BIackbura beneficial to all crop-. While som
BLUE SKY LAW RULING
IS MADE FOR STATE)
PHOENIX. May 6. The Central
Bank of Phoenix will open within ten
took oath of oSce and entered upon;wnal n-"ereu "X "'Raw ce
his duties as such Chief of Police, and'?art of thp week- Krowth oJ eotton
within four days, and before the next has been neatly stimulated. All re-
TUCSO.V. May S.-Accordlng to anlda"' ardlng an 0-"ialon es"-
opinion rendered by the attorney gen-'cd "''a"klDB drcI af,er a carefuI meeting of the Council filed with the PlntlnB has been done. hv high
eral of Arizona, relative to the' Blue sarTe" OI ,ae s,tua"on Ioaa
Sky Law and sale of stock, the cor
poration commission may require in.
vestment companies organized ln tb's
state to obtain perm't for the sale of
the stock, bonds ind other securities
even though the company proposes
to confine the disposal of such cer
tificates of stock and other securities
exclusively in foreign states, and the
first issue of any stock bonds or other
securities of such a company comes
within the purview of the Blue Sky
Law, requiring, first, the obtaining of
i City Clerk, his bond with sureties as
From the same source It was learn-' . . , . , . ..
i snch officer, which bond or the amount
led that depositors are signing up; , .. . . . .
i of the same has not as yet been ap-
more readily this wees than previous-. ,hlm ,, ,h ..
Nogales Chamber of commerce has
launched campaign for establishment
of furniture factory.
ly, affording very bright prospects for
Asked how many stockholders were
needed on the list to assure opening
of the bank, the answer was "the
lion's share and the bank surely will
get this share within the next few
days." As to what constitutes the
lion's share, however, is a matter that
rests -with C. W. Fairfield, state bank
superintendent, who is giving close
attention to the welfare of the bank.
Parker Gray Eagle uncovers ore
40 per cent copper and 2S In gold.
and Council of said city.
winds hare necessitated general Irri
gation two to four weeks earlier than
usual. Wheat is doing v.cll; acreage
somewhat less than usual Parley !s
only fair; considerable being pastur-
The actum on the Council at its or ca "or s"a "- """'
meeting on January 4th, 1921. attempt.,1'"1 rapidly; the flr-t cutting well un
Ing to summarily remove Blackburn j ,Ier way la Marfcopa county and tho
without notice or hearing, and at-'10110' nar,'r Te!uiy ln Yuroa col,nty'
tempting f arpoint said McDonald ' H,Rh temperatures are en-lin tho
to a vacancy, when none existed, is sea"n ''or ma"y "Tetanies In the
void, and tne Court concludes that : sou,hern part'1 of tbe ,u,e'
said Blackbsrn is now, and ever since '
the 14lb day of December, 1920- has
been entitled to tte office ' Chief rf
Police, of the City or Tombstone and
is also entitled ta his costs In this'
"Let Judficei.: be ettered accord-
Oatman Huge ore body discovered
j in Catherine mine; tboro.igh ilcvelop
iment is planned
Phoenix Proposed pJar.i for con
trol of Cave Croei flo! vtaferi brins