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SUNDAY, APRIL .50. 31)22
MAY ADVERTISE FOR !
1 LICENSE PLATES BIDS
OF COCHISE ARE
GIVEN BARBECUE -
IMIOKMX. April 24 Ui.W lu.iv be
School men and school mistresses advertised within tile next two wl
from all over the count gathered at tor the 192" supplv of automobile 11
Wt'lili Saturday and eujoeil the bar- tense plates, according to an an
lieeue nhli.li was Kit en under the jus-i nouncenicut made jesterdav bv Kr
pices of the ramhtr's and mother s nest It Hall. scttretary of state The
luli of Webb, celebrating the first ' tontract for the plates. Mr. Hall add
annual barheiue of the Cochise coun- . .1. Is usuall let around the first of t
tt School Masters association Knllt June eaih tear in order that there'
2 people attended will be no delaf in obtaining the
The forenoon was devoted to a ' plates bv the first of uili jear
program which consisted ou an ad The plates for 1122. Mr. Hall siat-dre-s
of welcome b Sup rintendent i id will be stamped from iron sheet (
I! K Souer. of Douglas, president of ing of the same kind as the plates,
the sihool masters club and a talk bt t hate been in tho past It was hoped'
Ililen Ilmwn. count superintendent , that the legislature would add an ad
of schools , ditional amount to the appropriation
Hem Iiutler of the engineeirng de- Mil netessar.v to meet the cost of
partnient of the 1'niversit of Arizona making the plates from Arizona sheet
mjs the principal speaker of the da, nipper but the amendment carrvlns
His tin me was, "Civic "eadership" this protision was tottd down It
He ;je mant valuable suggestions was estimatnl that the plates made
bow si hool men and school women from topper would tost approximate
tiMibl bet time mure influential in their tlv T.bvd more than the plates made
.-oinmuiiities bt interesting them of sheet metal, or about 13 tents a
-tltes in the ciiit affairs of that pilrmore
lonmmuitt He ursed closer toop Mr Hall has not detided defenitilt
eration between leathers and the tit on the tolor Jor the plates for 192
irens of the tommumtt He said ill but he is figuring on a white euam
-part, that in unitersitt was ..lujvs tied plate with raised blue enamel
willing and rtad) to cooperate and figures and lettt rs A blue enameled
help the i (immunities in bettering Ielltr, Mr Hall said, shows up well
and does not fade as easilv as pur J
- m M
11 H aiiiiH lintki i htff
IIH IIH ilH niitftrX jX:wk
TURKISH If I I J ll
In a new package that fits the pocket
At a price that fits the pocket-book
The same unmatched blend of
Turkish. Virginia and BuRLEYTobaccos
(ARIZONA IS EMERGING ! not been sold, but this will be marie-
FROM DEEP DEPRESSION ,etel in an orderlt wat by the co-oper-
SAYS EASTERN MAN ' utile lit for- the lien crop comes in
These co opt ratites are a new detel
l".t Edward : l.ori in Pittsburgh tippient and am Jus1 now In their
Dispatch) beginning The cotton co-operatlie in
PHOKNIK. Ariz. April 11-Arizona 'M tJte '" the st.pi.ort of the chief
will bur watthlng for a considerable i growers. In the face of the fact that
time to tome. The state is resolved ' '"l" " '"I l J13" ll " i,iid to
,10 make somt thing out of itself, to overcome, an unusual situation and
develop its resources, to organize its market a goon part ot tne crop jt i-si
industries, to diitrslft Its products. '"' '" 5t ' production"
to raise. Insofar as it is possible, its Arizona, the toungest state in tho
own netessities It is a broken state t ion. Is the first to hate a state
! topographical!, sparse! populated ' We organization. Inclticling every in-
and full, as .vet, of waste plates It is'dustrv. to work for the advantemetit
a state of strong allure to the eastern!"? th" UU' as "' ,l0," Tlle "fsani
mind and the eastern imagination n'Jtlon is the Arizona Industrial ton
is as like Its neighbor. Ntvt Mexico, j Rress. and the first two months of its
as it is unlike its other neighbor, fal I work show it will remain as the first
lifornia ( agent) of its kind in the country
' Copper, tatt'e and tottim are the ' Manv of the statts have oaniza
i hit f three things bv which Arizona ''"- devoted to tMe il-velopment ot
J lite-, and last vear all three of these Special industries, bit In the Arizona
(failed the I coplt of tl e ,tate Tin v j Industrial tungriss all these have
.ir Just toming tut of a deep vallev I len united into one agemj towork
'of depression A vear jm Arizona I for v"- benefit of all The congress
i I .
vas in a clem hole, for wlilib inmll. Js iinliiue In that it imluiles. on an
tion there were a number of contri
butlug lattors Ctppir was down be
low the tost of mining and the mines
equal standing, and with equal repre
sent ition ou Its board of direttur.
farmers, business mtn. mining men.
ThxS JhKli&ay Uirt6 . HI
the tdutational work
The afternoon was devoted to ath pie or some of the other colors
Iitit events, such as pitching horse- The same ststera of numbering the
rhoes and plating ball The ball team counties will be used neit.tear and
taptained bt J K Carlson of Doug the platt- in this respect will be the
las won ovtr the team taptaiued bv same as the IS.: plate About ?',-
J 11 Totter of Ilisbee. the final -euro oimi plates in all will be ordered M
bi ing 19 to 1". It was a game ill Hal! said
-si hit h all the school masters sirtiti
' TO EXTRADITE
lorged a touple of checks cm V M
N M. BANKERS Metric li and took French leave Tlu.rs
liv right of last wtek He lift no
l'HOKMV pnt -.' requisition torwjr,,lI1K acW.,
tor the extradition to Arizona of J M
llevnobls Cluj L, ltogers and I Z. COPPER PLATES FOR
pated and thev cavurttl ou the- tlla
mond a- would toung school hots
Hoots, bones, rifle shot throws, quick
double plats featured the game
' I'ox, all of Albuquerque. N M. was'
I issued todat bC"iove rnor Campbell
Indictments are pending against the
, three men in Holbtook, Arizona t'opi r name plate-
BILL TO BUILD COLO. DAM WILL
BE OFrEREO IN HOUSE TUESDAY
As.Hl.iTO.. Miril 24 The bill ,Mll jj Ue president, resptetiv.lv
closed down, with large stocks on I roiessional men. public utllitv men.
hand Cattle w.re worth nothing. ' ""I livestock nun Thus every in
sheep were to be had if a man would ' du-trt of the state is repres. nte.l Its
take the herd and take care of then obpets are
The price debacle followed tlo-el a' Tm' "'" "( Arizona product inAri
c'routh on tl.. ringts in whith thou z"'-'- l" s'0 "le "tate's producers a
sands of head were lost, and which .'narket for their products
caused a sharp decrease in the per- Lower freight rates, to benefit w-
encage of increases Cotton, the."1 Indn.tri and Indliidtial. without
third great staple, went to less than unfairness to the railroads
half the cost of the previous vear's' T!"' development of the Colorado
production and fails completed the , rlt- l" l'roiiele water for Arizona
eieiwn grade movement of the besl!ari'' lani'3 J!"1 'lectrlo power for A'l
for iijuglas'lhree resourcis of the state Daring' tu's growing industries
the period just before- tlle fimncial 1-conomt and effidencv In gorern
Mr Kevnolds and Mr ltogers. nresi automobile owners were- reteite-i ut
the Doucla- chamber of tommerce slump an dthe restriction of ireditl ""Iu lo ""-" " ln" iren oi laxai.on
of Ileiirtseutative .-wing Hepublican. f lhe Kirsi National bank of Albu ."aturdav from a Ian Angeles fi--.i the agricultural communities in Ari 'V111 evervone.
California pro( osing construction of
a dam at Ilouldt r canton, in the
TO SPEND J70 000
IN STOCK REPORTS ciorado river, and an all Ann riean
canal connecting that project with
rilOHVIX. April 17 -Included In Ialld, fll tll imperial v.ellet Califor
the agricultural supplt bill passed , la alld i Arizona, for irrigation
Thursdat afternoon bt the senate at rur,Klves vlu be- introduced in the
Washington was a protision for the holsl. tMrIx this wetK ,,robably on 1 1 h eharges intolte alleged
ciuerciue are . barged with perjury The plates bear the name of I la, ua. particular!! the Salt Uiver val i The advertising of tne states re
and conspiracv in large black letter- on a 1 ack ' I. had had the same expen. ntes as , -"- "! advantages to bring .noM
The three are eleclared under the Wound of sheet copper and with no other farr.ing comniunil.es !m.a cot 1I'- "'' "" ind.utr.es t A i
Indictments to haveconspired ttith It trouble can be attached to the license Hon had sold the vear before at from j "
It Turbeville. former cashier of the plates The clips to attach them and'':" c..ts to 3J per pound Monet , ..ijIU,Y-"lcH0L. funTraL
Holbrook htate bank, to obstruct en 'the plate, which tome in pairs oulv. "as plentiful and laud prices were in- ' ' w(LL HED TQDAY
... ... . . ut i ... ... r i.. ..1 .. ... fl.ifeil Vlsinnliii' ilnll.ir .itltnii Hon
forten.ent of Arizona banking laws win ne u to iito lesiuem- i..i --- - - - . T, ,. () ... ,- T, (..lltr,i ,.
Vj cents which is the tost price ' bod.v bought or rented high priced
,ng up of loans between the H.st.tu There are 100 plates in the shipment , lan.1 and put in all thev tould Labor be heM
tions The idea of placing the name ot -tent to twice- its regular prices, and , tMs
The perjur.v charges state that U thecitv on automobile, original..! in the n.onet flew residence. Tin North Mxth avenue,
nolds and ltogers were parties to the ''hot nix Iwuglas is the second citv Market Drops Before Picking , unjr the auspices of the Klks' lodge
alleged perjuring bv Turbeville. of in the state to adopt the scheme al Hefore the cotton was picked the TK ,.ev Vf CoIU.totk wlll VJV a
statements of the Holbrook bank.
though lllobe. Tucson. Klorence I'res bottom had dropped out ot tho mar-1
"ilienditure of JTu.oo'J for making fuesdav.
livestock reports l'art ot this ap itepres.ntative twins announced
liroprlation will be used bv the Unit- tolijj tnal l0nference with delega
ed btates bureau of market and iroplt,onN ,rom California called to per
estimate which has its Arizona head ' ftU ,,, nu.asur(j had resulted In a
.luarters in l'hcK-nix tentative agreement on the bill
Arizona's share of the appropria- i,1u embodies the r-commnda-tioii
will be ued in making timely ,.on of i)lr,.aor i)aNi, ,,f the recla
e-thnales tm the number of cattle juatjon servite
ami other llvestoclv arailame lor tne Mr Mt ing said It tvas V"'"uI". been coinmittod on Juue
r.arktt. according tol. M Harrison, a, ,,1P w,VIMW,, originally pro I .t
chief of the loekl bureau of crop es . pHslll ,t)r ,.,-,.,. f the dam would i -
t!,,lat,' be reduced to $l.".ut)U.O0u and the costl CHARGES DRIVER PURCHASED VINEYARD
of lhe canal pretiouslj estimated at WITH FALSE ARREST LAND ON GILA
OFFIFCER ON WAY TO SSCicmiu.ouii would be finallt fixed at I'KKPCOfT. Ariz. Apr 23 Hate Vl'MA April 2.". -A partt of vine of the previous crop was still there
C. W (Iiillvj Nichols, countj jailer.
short prattr The interment will be
State Auditor Fairfield closed the! colt and -ewral other cities hate al- kct, but picking labor was twice as j nMll(. ,n th(, K,ks. ilot m Kle.Br,ec
temeter The Ileillv Cnlertaking
tompauv, is In tharce of the- arrange
le.lbrook bank several months ago readv idateil or.le rs for them The ' high as .normal ami ginning rates
The offense are eleclared
hate pl'n vvas adopted lit I'hoeiiix to ad i were vvav up Then began a longcon-
.. iirtlwu ll... .lit i-i.l In, lilnnrlv liiiir te.iti.w1 nffirt In linlil tli.k i-nn itnttl It
"I " " "' ' " ""- ""'' -" ,ments
, the- sale of c opp r
would bring tomelhtng better Jlonej '
was borrowed on it and it was car .
r.eel month after month until, when,
NOGALES TO ARREST
I JJ'i.UW w
1iuu!f taxi proprietor, was made de
vardisls from Lodiand Ueedlet, Cal.
Meantime, however, lhe Arizonans
Ihllt Nichols was born in Napa
Cal Kthruirt in. IsCJ He wa- rtjiI
u.i ltd there from the- public school
anil lhe old Napa busint-s college
He went o Tombstone. Ariz, at tl.
i ' "' . age tu is. ut si tge irom i;eusou. ki
He said a provision also would be , fendant in a suit for damages, charg spent the past few d.vs looking over the real tries ner-cr lost their grip . . , , . . . . th ,.
NOCAI.KS. Ariz. April 20- Chief included to give former service men nR malicious and tvro-igful charges tne Yur.ia Vllle. tlle rat-j and the The copper men got together and t.rxstal lU,te n ;, r
bv i iiair
of old dice men in I!enon. losing all
bis monet and watch and chain, and
of Police Jat Lowe todat- recelted a I preferential cl lims on the mw ttled i rett ntlt sworn to bt Iinoff against (.i'a el'et and showed their appro- a-'reed not to sacrifice bv underbill '
telegram stating that an officer is on lands tthitli will be irrigated lit the ' Walter l'errt. an tmplove Terry elation of the condition that thev ding the market tiovn furthtr The
the wav here from San Quentin. Cal, anal asks 2 Zi) balm for his alleged in found here, partltularlt in reference tattle men held cm The cotton grow-
tt ..I ...... ... ... ...... .i.i....tn. .... ...... i.. .. t. ...... .-.. .... ...... ....... ...... nn..i... . .
--' ...- tunes eiue to ins arrest anu incarcer-i " !-. 3.111.1,1, ini-0, .... i-..v.. .mc -is i.u. iuj.iimi;i mu uindue-it u m 1 , ,.. i... ... ... .r- ..
1- o-iiti; t oiiii'eueei to to tin iu .uniif
O. I)" One of the patali
him batk his watch and
as lie re-enteretl the Lnlteu htates VI MA, Ariz. April 1, Francis Us. tors who made purchases at tills anil the mines began to reopen latu
from Mexico He is reported tohave Hartman. attornev for the Southern JURORS IN ESTAVER time were Max Folendorf. I.oell, ICo tnls winter Cattle loans were se
prison, tt take into cuslodv
1 .....1i. .e.l .. 1... ... uu. .n...! ..... .ii-ri 1 i.ir- -nur BUT .. .. ... , . .. ... ... ..,.. .......... . . (.... 1... I . V... 1. ... ....... iltu ...... I . ...... Th..n ililn.. .....
m.u.(. -., ... i.f .... "'.'i w.. nuiu kUIIU VJVts. bs, ai.OU IOr .1 P"T10el OI al.Otll IWelllV- t'l H'll" 'uii.iaiin, iui.il .....v.. v.... iijiu.i.v isuviu.iuii a.-.i mtur-a uc- . ,
vict who was captured In Nogales LITIGATION CONTINUES ' four hours ,eipeet to detelop immediatelv The .an to et better Copper Improved, ,
chain when he found out tthat voting
'Nichols was the son of J M Nichols
lied across the bonier following his pacific compant
escape from a road camp in Califor
nia .six mouths ago after he had
erved i months of a two-year sen
tence for burglary
HIGHWAY WORKER "
DROPS DEAD UPON
The Molloy case Is rather famous
at the court house inasmuch as it has
STREET CORNER , been in litigation something like 12
MIAMI. Ariz, April 24 Krnest.tears It was comemnced in the jus
Collings. an employe o the state jtlte court and was to collect freight
highway department on the Miami .Su-1 alleged to be due for the shipment of
perior road, died suddenly Saturday I one of the earllet automobiles
jclrht following his collapse on hie' brought to Yuma. Although tho u-
sidewalk at the corner of Ketsono tomoblle was worn out long ago, the
av-entie and Sullivan street case is still a fit reminder of its
grandeur and beauty. It took nine
MORE PURE BLOODS 'tears to get the case out of the jus-
I'ATAfiONIA. Ariz.. April 24. The tite court to the superior court.
Ireen Cattle, compan) last Monday
received a carload of pure blood Here- POOL HALL MAN
ford cows from Phoenix. They were
taken to the San Rafael valley ranch
of the company, whith Is snperlntend-.-d
by T. K. Heady.
in Arizona, vvas in CASE FAIL TO AGREE, acres, C W Huev, Major nl Iteeelley, curd, some from the war finance cor-', thrmichoiit the west is "Vana
.iima testerday and during his short j Tl'CSON. Ariz. Apr 22 After de ' 1" acres. lien Hevane. Lodi, H" acres ration, some- elsewhere, the bad vi( K .. ariHr whora a ralL. m,r,,. a:
visit here the two cases of Krice vs. I liberating for 1J hours, the jurv try- and ll J I'helps, Lodi. So at res season was sutteeded bt a good one. ( natreel
the Southern Pacific and the South , l,.g William S. Kstaver. of Detroit.on' Jd hope seemed justified The cot-1 Engaged In Eusiness
THORBER SUCCEEDS WORKING ton assoe ialion secured financing from ' ... .., . , . , , ..
Hill Nichols returned to Napa :
TL'CSON, April 24 At a meeting the war finance corporation, and thus. ' , , . , , . .
r feu toara ififftf- ..,i.l Y,irr'rf! hi.
and financing, re-
crn Pacific ts Thomas I) Molloy a charge of murder, at 9 4 o'clock
were continued over until June .tonight, reported that it was unable
to agree and was discharged byJudge
Samuel L. Pattee, of the Superior
Judge Pattee set the second trial of
Kstaver for Mav 13
lt l..tst.1 mait0 l)-fud anr T l. .irr tntv !..
...C .,.,. HI .ChC... ,..C. - j.,. .,.-".... ..U .M.-UV.U(.. .-r-nthoo, gIr,
J Thorber was selectetl to succee-c! II stored conflelence 111 cotton, anil about I ,,
TO HOLD RODEO
W. Working as dean of the college, half the two crop- has been sold
of agriculture He will assume his The banks are now iu good shape
new duties Jul 1. through a partial liquidation; the
The new dean is tine of the oldest t value of land is down antl the losses
i professors of the institution in tne tM!:-n, land that was idle last ear is
sweetheart. Miss Aenes
Zollrer of Napi, returning to
I Tombstone for their hone moon
Aliout lVio. Mr and Airs Nuho's
jcame to Tucson and Hied here until
(the fall of 1iST, then going to the Zan
tagraf gold mine in EI Dorado county.
t? V Cffnv r . Ti.k ' rilnf ir mf rba iitwl 1tr n nilTnliAP jit . ill tii-rtL oh nnil ruiiiv Ti nlanf t harA
, o.s ....u.s, noi, i-.. . ..: .v... .-. .,.. . , .- , -"-California, about 10 miles from Au
will be a barbecue and rodeo held Inoears has been neau ot tne depart-. it was not piai.tetl to winter crops, . .... .
ment of botany and director of the and. in general, it Is fair to sa.vthali .,.,. . , ,,, .
I eral merchandise store in California
experiment station of the university (Arizona is coming back.
San Simon on the 29th of April, at
which there will lie ball games, calf
branding, pony sweepstakes and oth-
(er athletic sports. The entertainment.
will be given for the benefit of the
San Simon church. A small admis
until the middle of 1S9I. when he sold
out to the mining company and re
turned to Tucson, where he engaged
. in business again until about sjveu
I ears ago. when he ioined the nolice
'sion will be charged, but ou will .buy 10.000 head of steers or more of greater part of the crop. Pima cot-)for(p cns;rp street a. his btat.
The cotton co-operative, called the1
WANT STEERS Arizona Pima Cotton Orowers' associ-
PHOKNIX. April 2". The Dabbitt lalion. is modeled after the Oklahoma
Ilrothers Traeling compan want tr throwers' association. It markets th
AMERICAN DIES IN S0NORA
CUT BY CHAUFFEUR
IN MIDNIGHT BRAWL have lots of fun and plenty to eat. be-
NOC1ALKS. Ariz.. April 24. The 1 sides the money goes for a good
police were called late Saturday . cause. The committee in charge
night to quell a disturbance in t he have made arrangements with Mr.
pool hall In Morley avenue, conducted i Town send to hold the rodeo on his
NOCIALES, Ariz., April 22. Oscar ,by Walter Friedman. According to i place, adjoining town
I .. . . . i
Adams, formerly a San Francisco; the poHc-e version of the affair. Fried-
merchant, died In Nogales. Sonora.af-jman engaged in an altercation with
ter a prolonged Illness. The nearest a chauffeur known as "Loco" In
suviving relative is believed to be a' which he was cut with a pocket knife
brother in Houston. Texas. The body while the. chauffeur is alleged to
was brought to the American side of 'have been beaten on the head with a
the Iwrder. billiard cue. No arrests were made.
LEAVES BAD CHECKS
HOWIE, Ariz , Apr. 23 One Albert
Keast, who made Howie his tempor
ary address for several weeks, played
societ pretty strong and did a splen
did job of peddling his own merits.
nil .......... f, ... n...!.... Jnll. a..' (7.U A- Inn ta a 1...... uf.ntu ..... t.l. o..1la At
r i Hie tears ago. Mr. Nichols join"d
tary Stephens of the Livestock San!-, the market in competition with Egp- ,. . i... . .. . .. .
' I , the sheriffs staff as tounty jailer.
tary board. Phoenix, has announced, tian cotton. The state produced In' ., . , . ... ... ,
' which position he helel at the time
He said stockmen wishing to sell to 1H2U about &0.000 Jiales and in 1431 . ... , ,.
I of his death.
get in touch with Babbitt either in about 33.0VU bales. The 1920 crop cost I
Phoenix or Flagstaff. Mr. Stephens alKiut 6 cents a pound to produce HUGE SUM IN COUNTY
reported substantial sales of lire- and the 1121 crop about So tents a. TAXES NOT YET PAID
stock In several parts of the state at pound The present estimate for the. I'lIESCOTT, April 26 With only
"gooel prices for this time of year.
St. Johns Plans for new highway
to New Mexico state line to be submitted
' 1922 crop, based on the average. Is
itleout 43,000 bales.
Crop ts Be Under New Plan.
At the present moment about S3 000
bales of the 1920 and l;! crop have
one week left In which to pay taxes
without incurring penalties for delin
quency, only about $73,000 of the
J930.000 In taxes due from Yavapai
county have been paid.
t,,r fife, for
h"-r tor a
'' '"re l.t
'" and win
('flric.iliu,i " 'he Old
' -"t tho
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