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Sl'XDAY. DKCEMBKK 24, 1922.
RESUMPTION OF ORE
PRODUCTION ON SAC.
HILL IS PROPOSED
DISCOVERY OF AIRMEN
Gleeson. The Importance of this road I SEVEN-YEAR-OLD
TUCSON. Da 22 Generally cur-
,,,,, . "'"t rumors that the bodies of Col
Dec. 22 Announce ment
I-rands .Marshal and Lieut. Charles
Webber, the missing aviators, had
'been found beside, their crashed )lane
FAKED THINKS MeNAB makes it one of the first entitled to
repairs after the first of the ear.
was made josUrday from the office
of 1 G. Beckett, general manager of
the Phelps Dodge corporation at Bis-
h. that ..,,..,... . . al Coered Wells 73 miles -west of
oee, mat preparations are to proceed
meson, on me i-apngo Indian reser-
ARIZONA CLAIMS TITLE TO
BEING ONE OF THE OLDEST
STATES IN NEW WORLD
for the resumption of Sacramento
hill steam shovel operations as well
as milling operations at the Copper
Queen Warren concentrator
Mr Beckett, in dircnssing the an
noumement. a.hiscd that, whilo
neither in olume nor price were the
present copper vales men as to give
occasion for an undue optimism, jet
the amount of copper sold in recent
months had been sattsfactor and
warranted the production of a
limited .miount of ailditinn.il topper
in the near future from Phelps Dodse
'Our opper surplus ha" been re
lation, remained unverified tonight,
land the aulhenticit) of the rumor
seemed doubtful when the report was
traced to its source
The rumor were described as "pro-
bibl faked" h Col
Postmaster W. A. Fowler today re
ceived the following letter to Santa
Claus, written by little llary Vergunst
of Tombstone, which has been for
warded on to Old St. Nick, North
"Dear Santa Clause How are
ou Will 3011 phase bring me a
PHOENIX. Dec. 22 Countless
, ruins of prehistoric culture still exist
In Arizona, including old Irrigation
canals And the Indian pueblos of
todav are the most remarkable In the.ta""nR 'Io" '"", a "' ot "shts and
United States. Kriar Marcos de Niza ' hox "f anJ and a booi- aa1 an"
was hn first Kn.-mL.rtl ... . nt.r t, thnS lfH " sh to "'DK me. I
A. J. McXab am 7 v. art til.t. With Int. l...
limits 01 tills state, lie. crossed the .
ctimmmdint of (.amp Stephen D. bv bv M v vi'iiri'vcr
',. , t , southeastern corner in 1533. In 1540 '"" -'"'lNsT.
Little, when he was communicated 1
ne concluded coronauo over me same
McDonald appoints senator Windsor
DEPUTIES; BEVANSTO j CENSURES A. I. C.
BE NAMED AT BISBEEi
Critic, b-rn of th Arizona Industrial
Congress T.as vox id by Senator Mul
ford Windsor, of Yuma, at the session
in I'ho.nU. when In declared that the
Arizona I i.duvtrial Congrtss was
'riding to a fall whm it sought to
function as a political mouthpiece
"I venture the opinion that when
, with over long distance telephone last
' Two reports todav filed the place
where the bodies wire found in two
differtnt sections of the reservation
ine at Indian oasis, southwest of Tuc
son, the other at Covered Wells, on
the roid to Ajo, almost due west from
;SAYS INCREASE ON
route. One of Coronado's. captains
visited the Ilopi and other reached
the Grand Can; on. Karly in the
sevintienth century considerable
progress was mide in Chrillanizin;
the Hopis In 1SC0 cime the great -,,,,,,.ni.i . ..,..,. ,
0 mounted to $ig,4.9Cj, according to
Pueblo revolt The Hopis hare ever .. kl:lll,mpn, ,k. ,,,. ... t.
PHOENIX. I)i 22 -Gasoline tax
".collections in Arizona for November
HISBKE, Dee 22 Sherff elect
James McDonald has made further
announcements of the appointment of
deputies to yern beginning with the
first of the t-ar George Hoark, of
Douglas, is to be uiidcrsheriff; Robert
Tummin-, of Douglas, field deputy.
with headquarters la Tombstone, coif 11 ia!s of .11 y organization presume
Sam Ilajhur-t, of Douglas, to be .to npialc 101 that membership they
ranger deruty, Sam IJoucher to bi-re sowing t' seeds of death for
depute at Douglas, and Jay Wilmoth, ithat organization." Mr Windsor do
formerls ef Bibn-, to be one o! the '1 land
jail guards at Tombstone. j Ills subject was "X'ed of Flood
Warren dlst'ict deputies, while nct.Contiol mi tV- Colorado Ittvir," which
officially announced, -will probably be,l preseiiitil in a verj capable man
J. A Revan for Bisbee and W. A 'ntr
Ilvan to continue as motor deputv i People alimg,tliis treat stream oils
,d.i are children of fortune, smiled
upon bv its fller waters; the next
elueed to normal proportions." Mr. .,.,, sln,e remained an independent tribe, t. - ,,..,, ,
... ... 1 1 Tucson and north of Indian oasis ' "a". "ecntary of state. The col-
n"i -.a.u, dim lucic appears ai 1
the pn sent time to be .1 healthier
ard steadier demand for the meial
than for soni" time past The re
sumption will be slow on account of
the time neeessarv to get the hill
and mill organizations togethtr as
veil as the completion of the mill,
which still needs finishing touches to
the equipment, such as installing
Finall parts, the putting on of belts,
the trving oat of all machinery and
the building of launders, etc The
next few- months of the Sacramento
hill work will consist largelv of drill
ing the benches, and it is not ex
pected that actual ore production can
be commenced before next May or J
June The units of the mill will be
started up as called for by the supply 1 '
of ore from the steam shovel opera
tions Men will be put on gradually)
thP hV f fin vrii II Arm nf nttni
According to both reports the charred ' "'".lections, the statement state", she
lodies. were found in the wreckage of
. lurneMl airplane
According to tie first of these re
Isirts the bodies were found by a
towbov, according to the second, b)
.n Indian who told his stor in Tuc
son last night and then was accompa
nied to the seene of the reported dN
enverj bv a search partv in an auto
r ob le.
Colwel McXab stated that he had
t.MKed to th chief of police and othr
authorities m Tucson over the loiir
distanco telephone but that lie had
been unable to find am one who had
and their women aro aid to be the
original American suffragettes. The
a slight increase over the collections
for October The total amount col-
ECNDS ARE REDEEMED tl.t v ale the victims of its wrath."
TH.l.nn .n0n .n. 1 ,--0
" ' c."l...e i..a,- Illte(, ,hr()Bgh th(. ,ax un Kas0l,ae
CI acres, occupied bv 41030 Indians slDve ,hc ,an h(1M letlhe, Jun.
riencan traders and oviilorers jmj s
penetrated this region early in tile ,,,,. ,,.. , .. , . I
..it: -nic;ii.iv in s(.,ic s Olliee SnOW
nineteenth eenturv Arizona became
.- tcrritorj m 16-, and .1 state in'STBLE AT CAWp j0:.zz
1?10 The capital is Phoenix Other' IS DESTROYED BY FIRE
important cities are l'rescott. Flag' I)urauSi Dei 22 -An unoccupied
staff. Jerome, Il.sbee. Douglas Tempe.',,,,,,,. Kas enrIl tfe,trf . d ,,y fre
meson anci ht. jo-ins The name. at
originallv Arizona, signifies "small
spring' or "few- spnncs" and was
amp Harrv J Jones veMcrday
noon Tin local fire department re
sionded to an ahrm but the blaze
given ,0 a little l'arago settlement llai, , ., , ... .
I'HOKMX, I). e 12 Ridemption I the sj aker said, contliniirg. 'and in
of the $1 2J(l,CuO isjc (,f tate anti- its wrath, it vvabhes aay everything
cipation bonds issued and sold last .except the mortgage"
September by the- state loan commis He then cited figures to shw ihe
lon has been made by State Tiu '".omit of fie fiow, especially- ilu
urer Sajinoii.l It Karh.irt The funds ,ing crounds in he Salt River v iliey
for fie ndempticn ef the bonds was enees at Yu-n.i during the di'asterous
$2H,C:i90S, the records of,s'nt ,0 ''" Hankers Trust company of .floods of ISO'. 1S1C .end even as late
w Vo-k s. vral !as ago in Nc- .as 1522.
ork drafts li ihe National Hank of - have got ici Inve protection
Arizona Th. Hankers Trust com .ricrn this ruthless tvraiit We must
pm boaght the !,.iacl. wlin tlnv'mak. this stream our s.rvant and by
were offered for sal,. v ,iiEK ransom huiidred-. of thoas-
The bonds lx" .ntercst at the rate aims of acres of land from the covote
of four pr cent per annum and the and caetii (Mr problem is the pri
tctal amount of interest paid by thermal law of i.atun. self preservation,'
state on the bond was J13.000 for the I be condudid
nfn V..e.o!n. Tl.n rruui ri.. i..
actuillj een or talkel to the ms i3tur was rraitically ruinotl by the
tonou In'lian, although setral said nine it as itinRiiiFhMl
TTinflrt ifc. (!ri1 f nir ll c T'tinnloium '
-. j.svsw - win ac um - a I'liiliuuuu
3J his siry.
Colonel McXab spent considerable
time toilaj in endeavoring to trace
, PIORFNrF KIIIRQCT
th nimnrc t tlinl -,. a I n. .,.'
and it will be the early summer be-l GIVEN SENTENCE
.... , . tumble to find an one who knsw wiih
fere the full number of approximate) j
I . It n 01 flin Incliin tiiil fqlli 1 illlimteili '
COO men necdel for ore extraction I 1 FI.OHKNCK. Ariz , Dec 22
tne rumors an contained the tnforma-
BOY FELL FROM BERTH;
PULLMAN COMPANY SUED
rilOKXIX. Dee 22 That the 1'ull-
(man eompanv is responsible for the
dsngir that lurks in an upper berth
lis the contention m n cull t.l.i t-nn
. saiue-iiut- juriuas, lounu guiuy 01 ' ,
tion that the plane had been fc-nd ,, . . , t J'"' thousand dollars is asked b a
first degree murder December eighth!, , ,
somewhere in the Cove re 1 Wells ' ... ....... , 1 local lumbcrr dealer. John (I O'Malley,
for the slaying of Dr W G. Randall.'
countrv . . - tcr '"Junes received by his son,
prominent phvsician of Florence, was .
James C, when the child, last June,
sentenced to life imprisonment In the!. ,
LIVESTOCK AND RANT-FC; ' 'fell from the tinner berth of n ear
centrales from the Warren mill com-. Arizona state penitentiary todav by
1 IN ARIZONA AND N. M. , . , , , , In h'ch ne and his mother were
mence 10 arrive at wrnich time It will "k" aosepii jcoicc
waste stripping and mill operations
will be used
'At the Douglas reductions works
there will bo no change in the pres
ent scale of operations till the con
120 davs th- bonds ran. They werei The Diamond Creek lower project
issued for four months Th- redenip- is t!.. only feasible di velopinnt on
tion of thee bonds cleans up the tax
anticipation U.nds of the state.
Three issaes of bends in all were ;i;r.ajp of Ihsbc. shaking on 'The
Diamond 1'rujeet, ' told tbe audienc.
thi Colorado that 'mi likciv ot
reasonable completion. Clton T.
issue tl bj the state-.
be necessarj to blow in one or two ' ''"OK'Xt n'c- 22 Light to heavy rounseI for the defendant, who had
ijouineirg toward Chicago
more additional blast furnaces to!"1'113" ''r "'ntral and northern ' prev lously been denied a motion for
take care of the increased tonnage
stock ranges of Arizona and western
1 new trial, filed notice of an appeal
"When that time comes the month !'pn "co. accompanied nv meel- to ,.1(1 Mat(. su,)reme court lmme
1 production of the Douglas reduction J traK' 'mperatures. has resulted in (1!atel after sentence was pasesd.
works will probably be in the neigh- !,"ar''-d improvement of ranges and! r)r ijamial was stjot and" killed
borhood of 12.000 000 pounds per ,,Bater ""PPi" Snow that covered the 1 Iat September in the apartment of
month including Morenci concentrates Krouni 'rom Previous storms was re Mls, Kncinas. a nurse, who had pre
..train.t tho nn,t r,thix ,.' m01'" ' tno aTn rain making all).lnllvi. .. tmtliw,i ,,. j,i
.,, tMJM ...-.. ' ipa-tr.res -, winter ranges available t.... h,.,. ."..., t... ,, i"" tIt:""nK off space around ajexpeetcd that sbout 2000 or
,Th.TH was an absence of pnclplta- ., a,. than ,. llonr, (lo. I'" oa ,1,e ,01'1 ' rtulljinore cattle vill be grazed on the
ci,.t ,-cc or,T -r ...ov, tion in the extreme -outh but with ,,.. .,... .,., . .. '"a, "" ' "" Mloot (all. Co-on 1.I.1 for. i this ;ear than laL
tjtTtifii wreb gbin t v tuni j jitu'-tuc.iuu, 4i r ici uiuuicuuv .1 """ii .
YUMA, Dee 22 Th- cae of Alva jlavoral.Ie temperature conditions pas tcnce r ilf(, im,,risonment
RAMON LERMA KILLED
BY FALL IN MINE
Ilamone I.erma a Mexican miner,
met his death about 10 o'clock this
imorning at the Hunker Hill Mines
eompanv 's I.uck Cuss mim, of which
C J Wvnn is the leasor. while Lerma
The three phases of development
HUACHUCA RANGES Jalong the rner, in their relative im-
IN GOOD CONDITION 'pi.rtance he said, were flood control,
(reclamation and power development.
TUCSON, Dec 22 '..iges on the 'There is a great economic waste
Huachuca district are m good condi- ' oar failure to develop the hjdro
tion for this time of the year, accord- electric rower on the Colorado," be
ing to Hugh C Calkins supervisor averted
of the Coronado natlon'.l forest, who About 2C0O00 horsepower of hdro
has Jnt returned from a week's stir electric power will lit developed at
Ivey trip of this territory. I Diamond Creek nrdtr the Girand pro
In the course of his trip .Mr. Calk- IOfiI at a cost of between $25,000,000
l-s Tis:te-d a number of range sta-,ani1 S0,000 000, he anl This project
tions, including that of Nogales, and.,s distincti an Arizona project. stu.
the reports of grazing conditions were. atrtl wholly within this state
uniformly ood, he reports j "And if it is constructed by private
Grazirg applications for 1923 are ic.'.pital, it will add at least SS0 00"
coming into the local forest head-1
quarters in good numbers, and it is 13 ARE VICTIMS OF FAKE
RING LOAN IN CITY
Coroner H I'. Merrill was imme-
.1C...1. ..rf..l , ..... .. . ... . ....
t- ..w . .. .s , tures in tliat section showed lmnrove. 1. . ... , j . .ei n.Hineii anu e v viarsnail esutSTS AHH1VINC AT
rZ. Smith, charged with the embezzle i"" '" "'" sectiuu uiukoi improve. When asked by Judge Jenckes ,, . I
. . , . . , , s ,. ment Goo-i to excellent conditions v. ,v u v , t. , 1 M-UoiiaIel hastily vimpanelled a coro- "DUDE RANCH"
ment of $6000 of the funds of the Val Innl '""'' "' excene-ni conditions whether she had anvthing to say be-l 1
( . . ..... Inprs i.lrv. whn i,i-.,l th., Iwwt.- .t C!ns i.. ....... tn e... ,e... i, r
ley Dank of 1'arke.r. Arizona went,',rP r,iP"""" " " "ougias. j-orl ,ore i.p ,,asSt(i .sentence , M,sS Kncinas. " i ""-'-"""""'"' " "" "
uuue Itancli, Mr l-orstne. of New
York, having eon.e m seme days ago,
and vcMtrdav Mr. Jaake, who has
to the jur tonight after opposing 'Al,jdu'- ,'1n'3aI aid Williams sec- r(.n!ia -i i,ale nothing to say ex
jl-erma before it was brought to the
counsel finished th-ir argur-ents in tions' Ioor to falr conditions in the iept 1 )np ht.en jjgea ,y 12 level-'
a prolonged afternoon session 1 recott, i.rann canon, heligman. hc3ded men Perhaps they were pre-
Smith, who is also wanted by Okla ,,,n, an'' TIiai-h'''- districts
IS'irface from the aOOlevel, and thenc
to the local undertaking parlors of
boma and Ne-braska authorities on
Crop Progress in Arizona
jidiced against me and I fed confi
dent that in the supreme court I will
charges growing out of banking oper- nnu ua" temperatures averaging hQ vindicated of the charge'
ations fac.-d in his present trial. onIvis,,n"'hat '"Sher than six degrees 1
or count, charging specificallv that ',1ox,: """" anJ accompanied byIFURNACE IN BANK OF
when he purchased stock in the Val-liRht' "arm rains' tne I,asl week has ' DOUGLAS CAUSES FIRE .
ley Dank of I'arker last spring he!,)e"n nlo,t PnPtioas for agriculture. HARD TO EXTINGUISH
tave checks on the First State Rank , w,nter Kraias anJ alfalfa have done DOUGLAS. Dec. 22 Fire caused'
of Clanta, Okla.. in pament for the ft-pccially well, the latter even where jrora Ine furnace burned a portion i
nock and later transferred funds oft0""1 leKS ,n',n ' month ago now or ,he flooring In the Bank of Doug-!
tlie Henn-ssej Undertaking eompan.v bien on cine of the big ranthes in
where a formal inquest will be held Montana arrived, and shortly after
it 5 o'clock this afternoon ithe opining occurs several more will
Ilamone I.erma had been a rcsi jeome to the ranch Messrs Forsythe
dent of Tombstone for the past fiTejand Jaakes are stajmg in the homes
years and had been employed at tl.e 1 of the Kendall brothers until the form
Lucky Cuss mine for some time. Ilcja' opening More furnishing arrived
leavts a widow and three ehudien iveste relay for tl-e ranch
Itinera! arrangements have ilui b-ien
las jesterday morning. Smoke was
first discovered issuing up from a
door leading into a record room and
while bank officials were Investigat
ing, W. tt". Welcome, who occupies a
room adjoining the bank, reported
1 letcinria aliiio .,-, chiui fnnc Thp '
me i-arher uank to meet pament on " " -- -- - --
the checks ell is also held on other leather ha" hoen ideal for winter
counts in connection with the failure , lettuce and to a ,arEe ex,'nt has off-c-
the Parker bank of which he wasset tbe su"'-inS effect of the cold
vice president at the time of , 'Xov ember" Tor the crop now appears
closing. to ue near normal in the point of
The state's witnesses included sev- development, l'eas ere blooming and that his shoe shop was flooded with
eral prominent Oklahoma bankers I'',rK'' ""ilps ' superior quality are j smoke. Chief Nemeck was called and
and officials. plentiful Both because they are well while he was attempting to locate the
Smith, testifying in hi. own behalf. mHatt-d and in great demand, navel
maintained that the funds sent byir.ar'Ses "' virtually all gathered,
him to the First State Bank of Clanta 'Due to a combination of the unusual
were for the purchase or negotiable 'ason and heavy fertilization last
paper which he eventually received. hvlnter oranges are materially larger
BROWN WAS SENTENCED
Henry Brown, who was convicted
in the superior court at Tombstone
recently for the murder of Walter
Anderson, another negro, in Bisbee,
was Saturday sentenced by Judge
I-ockwood or serve a term ot from 10
to H years in the state penitentiary.
In pronouncing sentence Judge Lock
wood informed Brown that he bad
taken into consideration tbe recom
mendation made by the jury.
Ajo New Cornelia to bnild 4 room
bungalows to house increased force.
and somewhat coarser than usual. The
grapefruit supply will be larger this
season as a result of a number ot
young groves coming into bearing.
Picking of peas for shipment will be
gin in the Yuma section Monday and
continue for two weeks; lettuce mak
ing good progress.
reason a fire alarm was turned in.
It was necessary to tear up the
floor boards to get at the smoulder
ins tire, and this was practically all
the damage done. A few old records
of little importance were damaged by
water in the basement. Chief Nemeck
said tbe fire must hare been smould
ering for the past 24 hours.
NEEDS IT BAOLV
Now that the first of the year Is
so near we can look forward to tbe
repairing of the Tombstone-Gleeson
road, which U In bad shape ont as
far as the Kendal! ranch, but which
is in good shape from that point to
JUROR FREED FOR TERM
H. R McMillan, Douglas, was ex
cused for the remainder of the tero
of court from jury duty. While sign
ing his Toucher in the county clerks
office later he facetiously remarked
that the judge was lenient on first
offenders, be having served bat ten
days. "Hell probably make me serve
thirty days next time," remarked
GLENN D. GRANT TO
BE NEW ASSISTANT
PHOENIX, Dec 22 Appointment
of Glenn D Grant of Phoenix as
assistant state treasurer was made
public yesterday by Wayne Hubbs,
state treasurer elect. Mr. Grant, who
at present is employed as bookkeeper
in the state treasurer's office, will
assume his new duties on Tuesday,
January 2, when Mr. Hubbs takes
over tbe reins of the office.
NOGALES MAN TO BE
STATE EXAMINER BY
Governor elect George V. P. Hunt
today announced the selection ot F.
I- Edinboroogh, of Nogales, for ap
pointment to the office of state exam
iner under the new administration.
3Ir. Edlnborough has been a resi
dent of Arizona for many years and
since coming to the state he has been
encaged m the banking and insurance
Patagonia Construction of bridge
over Sonorita river started.
MEXICAN IS KILLED
IN CARD GAME
I'RKSCOTT, Dec ID In an argu
ment over a card game, I'recilkino
Mesa shot and killed Jesus Pasos, a
miner, at Swansea Tuesday of this
week, according to a mail report just
Various posses scoured the hills
for miles about Swansea all day
Tuesday and Wednesday, and at 9:30
Wednesday night one of the jhisscr
caught Mesa four miles from Rouse,
to which place he was heading for
the railroad. After a running gun
fight Mesa gave up and was taken
tc Yuma in e-harge of Deputy Sheriff
Pasos is said to have relatives in
Prese-ott by the name ot Duarte.
Mesa is known as a gambler and
rather a bad man through many
camps of Arizona, it is said, and it
is reported that he had been in
trouble in Jerome, at which time he
received a body slash with a knife.
DAT OLD CHIX Golden Buff, Brown
and White Leghorns, Anconas, Black
Minorca, Barred Rocks, R. I. Reds,
Buff OrpisgtCBS and Turkeys, Enoch
Crews, Scabright, Calif. Adv. It
DOUGLIS Dn 22 1' a man
comes jp to vim and offers ou a
genuine tDO diamond ring as security
for a fi loan "50 he can get bis
tamilj Mme thing to eat" tell him Ear
ntini was right but 31m are not one
of the ' t-nf nirv minute kind." is
the adviii of Ralph Caughlan of the
Krickfon Jewelry company Three
different persons eamo into bis store.
vesterdav sidled up to him and in a
confidential whisjier informed him
that they bad just got in on some
thing pretty soft TLey then pro
duced a large ' diamond ' rini that
some "poor fillow" was forced to sac
rifice, and asked Caughlan the exact
value of it One glPnce, on each of
the three oicasiors, 'vas enough to
convince Caughlan that the ring was
worth about as much us a glass of
near beer in Agua Prieta.
Neither of the three victims of this
ancient fake, which was first played
011 Cain and Abel, would report the
matter to the polii e beciue they
feared the exposure and preferred to
loe $; or $10 rather than receive
the publicity, they told Caughlan.
".My advice to those who want to
get a bargain in diamonds is to hare
the stone examined first by a jewe
ler and then make the loan if it is
good security," Caiiglktan said.
MINE WORKER KILLED
IN MISHAP AT MIAMI
MIAMI, Ariz, Dec. 14. Marquez
Balgaret, timberman helper, em
ployed at tbe Live Oak" mine of the
Inspiration Copper company, was in
stantly killed by a falling boulder.
Ralgaret was starting up a raise
la a tunnel when a boulder, one foot
in diameter, became -dislodged and
crashed onto the man's head, six feet
Tbe coroner's jury returned a ver
dict of accidental death