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THE AKIZONA' REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1913
END DRAWING NEAR CANDIDATES WORKING WITH MIGHT AND MAIN Effective Work is Being Done Throughout Country and City Districts by Nearly Every Candidate Second Payments Plan an Important Part Now Seventeen More Days of the Big Campaign Opportunity to Make Certain of Success ' With a tenfold increase of enthusiasm, with every nerve and fiber tingling with the prospect of victory, con testants in The Republican's Grand Circulation Cam paign are now working steadily and unceasingly to add to their vote-totals. Practically every candidate is now hard at work, determined to secure every possible sub scription to take advantage of the short time left in which to work, and no one who expects to win can afford to let the minutes pass without doing everything possible for success. During the time of these last ' three weeks many are going to do the work which will enable them to figure prominently as contenders and are working with a zeal that will place them perilously near to the over confident ones who may think they have cinched their prizes. In fact, this is the most dangerous period of the contest for those who feel they have done sufficient work to claim their prizes. No one has obtained a lead that cannot be overcome, and the hustlers who mak the most of their time during these last days are the ones who will iu all probability crowd out those who prove victims of over-eonfidencc . Closing of Nominations The naminations will close next Saturday evening at 5 o'clock. This means that no more nominations will be received after 5 o'clock Saturday. If anyone has in mind a voung woman whom he or she would like to see in the campaign, IT IS TIME TO SEND IN HER NAME. It is not yet too late to enter and win, as the 14 bargain period .of the contest" is now at hand and effective work may be done during these last days. Effective Work in the Country Throughout the outside districts the effective cam paigning of candidates is beginning to showT its effect. Those who entered the campaign with the idea of whi ning, fully realizing that proper campaigning was most necessary in order that every bit of work might bring its greatest reward, are now reaping the fruit or their care ful attention to business. In the larger number of towns, the united support of the community is being accorded the young women who have been selected to represent these towns in the contest and this support is enabling these candidates to be certain of their places in the lineup for the final dash. And this support has been earned by these young women, for their energy and enthusiasm in seeking to reach the goal thev set out for at the start has proved an example to all. By proving their earnest ness and determination to succeed they have interested their fellow-townsmen and an interested person is always! the biggest booster. Seeing that these candidates were decidedly in earnest has moved these people to tnder their assistance, and in some localities regular campaign committees have been chosen to further the interests of their favorite candidates. Rut not alone in the country districts has this effective work been done, for manv of the citv candidates have chosen campaign managers, who are advancing the in terests of their candidates in as effective a manner as any big political campaign was ever handled. In all this work is just what will make the race so close, and any one who could predict the outcome would be justly enti tled to a niche in the hall of fame with the greatest ancient and modern forecasters of the future. There is no possible way of arriving at such a decision, and only the final count of the judges will determine to whom the handsome list of prizes will go. Finish Not Far Off The end of the campaign, the GREATEST NEWS PAPER CAMPAIGN IN THE HISTORY 01 ARI ZONA, is not far off. Just seventeen days remain in which to work, and we cannot impress upon the minds of candidates too strongly the necessity of working steadilv and earnestlv during these seventeen davs. Al ready there are many who are possessed 'with such ex citement that thev can hardly wait for the close, but all should leave the finish out of mind and seek for the votes that will enable them to make certain of winning. Our Best Advice to Candidates Our best advice to candidates is contained in these words, the names of New York's favorite plavs: Work like "The Devil," care not for "The World and His Wife," cultivate a "Strongheart," and you'll be a winner. This is the only sure way of being in the winning class. For All Candidates Every candidate is certain of these facts, and these alone should prove to you the benefits of energetic work during tnese closing days, ine Kepublican is going to award absolutely free over $6,500 in many splendid prizes on. May 17. To the young women standing highest in the contest in the two city districts will be awarded a handsome 1913 model "Overland" automobile, and to the young woman standing highest in the outside dis tricts will be awarded a handsome 1913 "Overland" auto. In each district will .be awarded a sidendirl M?50 Kohler player-piano to the first-place winner standing highest among the first-place winners, and handsome up- ngnt pianos, ranging m value trom- $o00 to $300, to the other first-place winners. Then, in each district, will be awarded a handsome and perfect diamond ring: a com plete scholarship in the Arizona School of Music; a com plete business course m the Eamson Business College, and a solid gold ladies' Hampden watch. Thus the can didates in each district have awards all their own, while all compete for the Capital Prize "Overland" cars, and eacn nas a spienaia opportunity to win any of the prizes. Second Payments important Now From this time on "Second Payments" are very im portant things to remember, and are a source of "many votes. Any person who subscribed since the start of the contest is always considered a NEW subscriber during the life of the contest, and by getting such a person to make an additional payment on his or her present sub scription you secure many additional votes. For in stance, a person who subscribed for three months, new, secured you 3000 votes. If such a person subscribes for the additional nine months, making a year in all, you se cure the benefit of 25,000 votes given for a year during the First Period, less the 3000 already received, or 22,000 on the "Second Payment." This applies to any second payment you may secure, and. works up into thousands of votes. Always mark the stubs of such subscriptions "Second Payment," or "Third Payment," as the case may be. NEWS REPORTS IpStT - H u I - ! jt - .iiiii.virnr-i- . r- DISTRICT NO. 1 Includes all territory in the city of Phoenix, from the center of Center street east. Including East Collins addition and also Los Olivoa, Stacia Whitney Eva Beach Mrs. Fred Karls Clara Wright Avery Glen Muriel Clare Bernice Shackelford . . . Alice Duebler Edith Doty Mrs. Sadie Landsdown MifM Sloan Madge Landers Concha De La Lama .. Mrs. Dr. Ritchie Mrs! Chas. Wood Edith Diamond Miss Grant Alma Brewster Beryl Martin Linnie Fraley . . Neil Fielder Jennie Shirley Mrs. H. C. Sandeufer .. Mrs. C. C. Nichols Ada Milsap Miss Gray Bettie Cavness Ada Thompson Clara Wilkey Emma Schrabb Clara Burton Ethel Wright 130.890 144.170 115,670 80.110 74,740 63.150 46,870 44,660 42,980 40,600 39,700 39,620 38,640 37,790 37,710 36.060 35,890 34,970 32,490 31,720 27.140 25.910 24,600 24,530 22.610 19,710 19,C40 17,860 12,670 17,370 12,200 5,000 Loraine Reed, Parker 44.360 Neoma Krebbs, Ind. School.. 40,910 Myrtle Belle Surls. McNulty Ranch 40,700 Marie Blount, R. F. D. 2 Tempe 39,740 Mabel Noftsinger, R. F. D. 2 37,720 Mrs. Frank Baum, Tempe 35,640 Dorothy Haines, R. F. D. 5.. 32,400 Ida Hazleton, Liberty .. 29,890 Dora Bales, Buckey 28,970 Elsie Herrington, Glendale.. 28,270 Eleanor Roberts, Glendale... 25,560 Annie Wallace, Mesa, R. F. D. 3 24,640 Mrs. L. Perry. R.F.D. 2 20,770 Seraphine Renaud, R.F.D. 3.. 20,410 Ruth Weilmeyer, Ind. School. 19,900 Myrtle Brewster, Liberty.... 18,480 Nettie Champie, B. H. ranch 18,390 Mrs. Pat Cleary. Cashion 17,790 Jewell Edith Grace Fredericks, Tempe Marie Felch, R. F. D. 2... Eva Reno, R. F. D. 3 Irene Balmes, chandler 17,740 Roberts, R. F. D. 5. Roscoe, Chandler 17,540 . 16,680 . 15,940 . 15.910 13.900 Mary Butler, Gilbert 15,640 DISTRICT NO. 2 - Consists c 1 all territory In the city of Phoenix from the cen ter of Center street west. Includ ing Grand Avenue Addition, Chelsea Place, Latham and Las Palmas additions. 10--VOTING COUPON--10 GOOD FOR TEN VOTES Good for Ten Votes if Voted on or before May 11. 1913 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN PRIZE CONTEST Name . . Street Town District m This coupon will count "fen Votes when properly filled out and sent to the Contest Manager .of The Arizona Republican on or before the expiration date. Coupons1 must be neatly trimmed and put in pack are, with number of votes written on top. Dorothy Slankard 143,730 Babe Davis 142,600 Clara Anderson 126,090 Willie Kirksey 72,640 Anna Clabaugh 49,400 Hilda Green , . ... 47.860 Grace Self 47,290 Jean McDonald 46,490 Minnie Brandt 45,650 Ileen Ganz 45,280 Edna Stewart : 43,380 Mrs. E. J. Gieske 39,940 Beulah Irwin 39,920 Mrs. J. A. Forbes -. 36,970 Eunice Kilpatrick 36,590 Esther E. Keith 35,250 Nellie Teasdale 33,100 Mrs. T. M. Elder 29,960 Ruth Coggins 28J00 Gladys Franklin 27,860 Laurilla Thomas 25,960 Mrs. Lena Caralton 25.740 Fern Church . . 25,160 Gretta Enfeld 27,740 Florence Powell 26,910 Georgia Mintz I 25,990 Ethel Wolf 21,440 Delia Viniel 20,400 Mrs. F. C. Smith 20.370 Miss Wilson 19,340 Mrs. Chas Craver 18,420 Mabel Crozier 17,970 Cynthia Mariar 16,540 Miss Hobolt 16,420 Beulah Graham 15,240 Miss M. O'Sullivan 14,720 Ruth Logan 14,650 Florence Hancock .......... 13,170 Bertha Smith 12,480 Bessie Arizine 5,240 Annie Womack, R. F. D. 1 Mrs. C. Mariar, Scottsdale. Loreat Parker, Buckeye . . . Ruth Burns, Higley 15,240 Daisy Rowley, Gila Bend 15,220 Lou Talbot, Peoria 14,510 Lillie Morrell R. F. D. 1... Mrs. Frank Priester, iIe?a . Mrs. A. L. Nelson, Tempe.. Mrs. Geo. Gates, Mesa Mrs. T. J Irvin, R. F. D. . Lambert Wage, R . F. D. 3 . .. I Nina Baldwin, R. F. D. 5 . . . . . . Lilian Rankin, Mesa Caroline Brass, Gilbert Martha Ryden, Peoria Elsie Villman, Mesa Georgia Browning, Peoria. . . Mrs. E. Pt Seward, Chandler. Minel Hawley, Higley Hazel Creel, R. F. D. 2 Emelia Hagley, Quartzsite . , Mrs. Mackey, R. F. D. 1 .... , Beatrice- Clemans, Chandler. Hazel Church, R. F. D. 2... Jessie McElwain, Mesa .... Vera Maore, R. F. D. 4 , Edna Crowe, Vulture Mine... Vivian Jenkins, R. F. D. 5 Rachel Harris, R. F. D. 6.... Lola Spangler, Tempe Mrs. M. L Stitt, Glendale., DISTRICT NO. 3 Consists of the territory out side of District 1 and 2 of Mari copa and Yuma counties. Includ ing R. F. D. routes. Grace Kohl.' N. Seventh Ave. 200.970 Nellie Elliot, R F. D. 4 192,110 Ethel Stacy, Tempe 190,100 Mrs. E. N. Phillips, Mon. & 23. 187,400 Mrs. J. L. Hancock, R. F. D. 3 149,060 Mrs. J. L. Hancock, R.F.D. 3. 136,580 Sallie Cooper, R. F. D. 2 122,880 Mrs. L. D. Robinson. Palo Verde 108,150 Leona. Jones, R.F.D. 2 Tempe. 86,970 Ada Ware, Gilbert . 75,260 Myrtle McConnell, Higley 62.990 Georgia Tomlison, Yuroa . . . 68.040 Mrs. Homer King, N. C'-ater. 59,740 Ada Shewman, Mesa 66,950 Gladys Berry, Chandler , 59.530 Zora Staggs, Peoria 47,760 Marie Bauer, Tempt.... 47,210 5,420 15.270 13.260 14,030 13,840 . 12.840 12.640 ZZ-12,360 . T 12,240 10,610 10,480 9,370 8.940 8.706 8,620 7,270 7,220 6,270 6.290 5,340 5.340 5,270 5,260 5,240 5,160 5,160 5.000 5.000 5,000 Former Phoenician Returns for Visit from Bloody Basin After Having Been Badly. Scared by Sight of Monster Confirmation of the rumors that have disturbed the Bloody Basin coun try in relation to the visitation of hodags there recently was brought in last evening by Jasper Nellis, a. young rancher of the pest infested ."district and formerly, a baseball manager in Phoenix. According to Nellis' story a number of the prominent cattlemen of the Bloody Basin, Indian and Lime Creek countries are selling out and moving to less perilous parts just on account of the presence in that vicini ty of the monsters. On one occasion, relates he. with two other cowmen he was crossing the hills when he saw a creature of the size and color of a 20 month's old bay calf, rather dirty and shaggy haired, r'ar up in front of his horse. The idea that the beast might be a hodag so- frightened the party that the fusilade of six shooter shots must have gone wild. "At any rate the animal was not injured, though it was likely badly frightened. The strangest part of all and for this Nellis will not vouch, for he was too badly scared to think coherently was the next move the beast made. Quick as a flash it wriggled and one side ac tually WENT THROUGH THE OTHER. In other Words it turned wrong side out, reversed, revamped it self, reorganized, changed its general plan and specifications, so that the long legs moved over to the side just occupied by the short ones. Then with a roar and a swish of the tail it fled back around the hill, having so turned that it was enabled to do this. The party can be reached by letter so the names are here given in case any Republican readers wish to con firm the story. The fact that Mr. Nel lis says it is so. makes it so.' With him were C. R. Burmister and E. R. Perry, the latter the Writer of the let ter which appeared recently In The Republican. Al Kellog, owner of the K-V outfit has sold his holdings along with a number, of other men of the region and prepared to cut loose, Many cowpunchers have left. With the rodeo coming on the presence of the mysterious danger has worked a great hardship on the stockmen of the Basin. Ghysers have not yet been re ported, says Nellis. 1 A$ Sure io rise the $un Hire a little Salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. o - DR. RiCKETTS HERE Oil WAY FROM CANAHEA President of Company Says Conditions Are Becoming Settled DISTRICT NO 4 Consists of all territory in the following counties: Pinal, Pima, Santa Cruz, Cochise, Graham and Greenlee. Lucretia Pascale, Kelvin 140,140 Ruby Powell. Florence 137.550 Mae Thiel, Tombstone 127.540 Minnie Brunenkant, Florence. 118,040 Lilly Palmer. Eden 66,310 Miss Hall, Ray 57.220 Isabel Stone, Patagonia .... 55,300 Maud Wilson, Solomonvilie. . 52,690 Josephine Barlow, Casa Grande 45,000 Mary Hughes. Bisbee 42,070 Mary Mabran, Maricopa .... 37,740 Miss E.. Wilson, Mowry .... 36,420 Effie Reed. Douglas 34.620 Eva Sine, Tucson 34,260 Gregoria Alvarez, Red Rock.. 32,770 Josephine Mortenson, White- Laura Beecroft, PIrtlville .. 29,070 May Standard, Don Luis 30,640 Emilia Raphael, Nogales .... 27,560 Doris Cotey, Clifton 27,260 Mrs. K. J. Morago, Sacaton.. 26,940 June Matthews. Thatcher 25,990 Miss Penn, Clifton water " Florence Bucket, Bisbee Amy Synder, Don Luis . Hazel Bartell, Canille 20,690 Edna Graces, Duncan 19,960 Frances McCorey, Morenci.. 19.960 Josie Weber, Solomonvilie. Adeline Gibson, Red Rock Ada Clarke, Morenci Frona Layton, Thatcher... Miss M. Akard, Bisbee 15,290 Cora Markham, Bryce 14,220 Catherine Brotberton. Morenci 12,300 Lucille Elliott, Canille 11,970 Bessie Shuntz, Central 11,460 Aleta Harrus, Duncan 7,740 Ella Sanders, Tombstone Myrtle Du Bois, Bonlta 24,960 23,900 21,260 20,990 19,370 19,200 17.770 16,420 7,470 5,000 - DISTRICT NO. 5 Consists of, all territory In the following counties: Yavapai, Gila, Mohav- Coconino, Navajo and' Apache. Ruth Fallon, Jerome 156,090 Dr. L. D. Ricketts, president and general manager of the Cananea Con solidated Copper company, accompan ied by John C. Greenway, of Warren general manager of the Calumet and Arizona, arrived in Phoenix last eve ning, en route to mineral lands In the western part of the state. They ex pect that the inspection of the mines which are at their objective point will occupy several days. Dr. Ricketts came to Phoenix almost directly from Cananea where condi tions recently were reported as great ly unsettled. He was in Arizona at the time when James S. Douglas, Jr. through a misunderstanding with Mex ican laborers in Cananea was ordered to leave Mexico. Upon the arrival of Mr. Douglas on this side of the border. Dr. Ricketts immediately departed for Cananea. "I find that conditions are becoming considerably more settled a ml I am sure that the Douglas incident will soon be a thing of the past. It was due entirely to a misunderstanding of the Cananea Consolidated Company's position on the part of those then em ployed or who were for the time being temporarily out of work. Mr. Douglas will leave for Cananea shortly and I am certain that an excellent under standing has been established and that there will be no repetition of the un fortunate incident." Mrs. Geo. R. Yorke, Ash Fork 154,710 Gladys Dickerson, Ash Fork 146,610 Carrie French, Prescott 144,910 Tylor Barbee, Winkelman 142,490 Tylor Barbee, Winkelman... 137,170 Madeline Day, Prescott 128.200 Katie Rhodes, Junction ....... 92,170 Bright Camp, Flagstaff 79,210 Allie Cross, Holbrook 75,420 Miss C. Vaughn, San Carlos.. 74,430 Inez Garcia, St. Johns 69,900 Pauline Greer, Holbrook..... 60,650 Rose Enderle, Williams 59,7 Marvine Francis, Flagstaff. . . 57,620 Doris Johnson, Congress Jet. 52,550 Ruth Hesser, WInslovv 51,270 Margaret Holliday. Williams.. 39,320 Birdie Fisher. Ft. Apache.. 34,610 Mrs. Marshall, Clarksdale.... 30,840 Dora Moore, Chloride 30,260 Viola Hoffman, Kingman .. 27,410 Jessie Ballard, Snowflake . . 25.460 Fannie Lovin, Kingman .... 24,400 Mary Anderson, Hayden .... 22,960 Jennie McLaws, St. Joseph.. 20,930 Grace Butner, Winslow .. 20,870 Amelia C. Miranda, Jerome... 17,900 Ruth Boren, Rice 16,930 Lois Wilson, Winslow 15,420 Alice Willard, Cottonwood ... 14,970 Grace Russell, Chloride .... 13.920 Nettie McKay, Congress .... 12,860 Ola Johnston, Junction 12,600 Hannah Fish, Woodruff 12,370 Eileen Hatch. Woodruff .... 11.570 Miss E. B. Kline, Rice 8,270 Dorothy Savage. Ash Fork. 6,970 Grace Moore, Kingman...... 6,770 i You can't always make everything "just so." Sometimes you will get in more shortening than usual; or make the batter a little thin; or it may not be convenient to put a cake in the oven the moment it is mixed; or your oven may not bake evenly and it is necessary to turn the pan arounc rone of these little uncertainties make the slightest difference in res alts if you use E Baking Powder This modem, double-raise baking powder has unusual strength and is absolutely cc -tain to raise your biscuits, cakes and pastry light and feathery. It generates an abundance of leavening gas both in the mix ing bowl and in the oven. The raising is sustained until the dough is Housewives who use K C never have "bad luck" with their baking. Try KCaf our risk. Your grocer will refund yovr money if you are not nleased in i vcrv wav. 57 'nuiif iu www uv i N BAD FIRE NARROWLY AVERTEB AT GLENDALE Glendale nearly had a very disas trous fire yesterday afternoon. The E. J. Fiock Grocery company keeps its oils and gasoline, etc., in the basement of the store building, and at best the place is not light. Mr. Daniels who is an employe of the store was drawing off some kerosene yesterday, and was using a candle to light the corner in which the kero sene barrel stood. The candle in some manner was tipped over, and fell on the ground where the seepage from the barrel has dropped for some time past. The oil immediately caught fire, and spread around the barrel. The fire alarm was turned in, and the quick action of tie fire depart ment probably averted what would have been the most disastrous fire Glendale could have had, as the building houses the Glendale State bank, Fiock's grocery store, and the large hall ' above the store and bank. As it was the fire boys got in some fine' work, and little damage was done. The fire was kept in the im mediate vicinity of the oil barrel, and outside of damaging some sugar, salt, crackers, etc., which will amount to perhaps forty or fifty dollars, no other damage was done. The Methodist Foreign Missionary society will rrieet at the home of Mrs. J. G. Hammels tomorrow, May 1st. About 200 invitations have been is sued. The eighty acres of land purchased by . W. Bennett east of Glendale is being cleared and will be subdivid ed within a short time. This land lies right along the Glendale Phoenix car line and is a very choice location. The Geyler 40 acres west of Glendale was sold today to Dr. J. B. Hill. Mr. Healey of the Healey-Conrad company of Phoenix was a business visitor in Glendale yesterday. A. W. Bennett hs purchased a new Studebaker "30" automobile. Mrs. A. C. Ames. Miss Meagher and Miss Wheeler, guests of the Hotel Glenwood are Phoenix shoppers to day. J. P. Edwards has been appointed a notary public. Miss Essie Roach was a guest at the Varney home today. E. J. Fiock is installing an up to date Bowser automatic measuring tank for kerosene. Harry Moore and family were Phoe nix visitors yesterday. Mrs. Wm. Weigold is reported quite ill. o JUNIOR MINSTRELS T0MM0RR0W EVENING PHOENIX TO COAST SOCIABILriY RUN Little Summer , Jaunt of Few As sumes Proportions of a" Event. Starting as a little summer phm of two or three local motorists, the run to San Diego has assumed the proportions of a regular event in which more than were at first fig ured upon will take part. At last night's meeting of the pledges, the date of the run was fixed at July 2 to 15. The date was thus split so that the small towns along the road could acommodate the tourists. Many of them will take along camp out fits in fear of having to depend on their own resources, while en route through the less thickly settled por tions of the state. Victor Norris, who is the father of tne plan has secured letters from a number of Californians promising to entertain the members of the tour. From J. A. Beekler, a real es tate dealer at Calexico. came the en couraging news that the road be tween that citv and Yuma will hi put in first class condition in prep aration for the run. Information aboue the route may be secured front time to time from such sources as Mr. Beekler's office. Locally the source of information is the commit tee on arrangements and Mr. Nor ris. Meeting.-? will be held from tiniv to time to keep up interest in the run. The next one is announced for the fourteenth of May at the board of trade at seven thirty in the evening. The following were added to tin committee on arrangements: Orme Akers, the original committee W. M. Costley, Dr. H. H. Braxton, G. C. Kahrs. New applicants secured in the last week are Frctl Tait. A. F. Jones, Jim Pitts. C. D. Dor.ris, A. W. Bennett, J. S. White, Mis. Moeller. F. A. Jones. Hank Locket. Hal Bennett, J. F. Doyle and Dr. Ramsey. The name Phoenix-San Diego bus iness men's run has been officially adopted. o '- TULAPAI IS CAUSE (Continued from Page One) Numbers on Bill to be Presented in P. H. S. Auditorium By Class of '14 The juniors will give their big minstrel show in the high school au ditorium tomorrow eening. It is billed as one show but 'the program looks long enough for two or three. There are fifteen numbers and that means more than that many laughs Mutt and Jeff alone are good for half a dozen. Here's the full bill, head liner and all: Pony Boy: Fancy Drill Mary Wheat, Seraphine Renaud. Synthia Mariar. Hattie Snodgrass, Eugina Glasscock Joe Johnston. Mutt and Jeff Carl Ruppert and Ivan Wiberg. On Moonlight Bay and the Missis sippi Ruth Betts, Josephine Rumney, Joe Johnston. Minstrel Chorus; When That Mid night Choo Choo Leaves for Alabama end men, Erie Banks, Walter Mc Lemore. Muffin Man Harry Slocum, Otis Banks, Grace Carry. Bernice Shackel ford, Jessie Mayer, Nancy L. Heard. Boogie Boogi-e Man and Ragtime Melodies George. Lhurs, Clara Wilky. Half Way Doing Things Bernice Shackelford. Cornet Solo Ferando Rodriguez. The Only pal I Ever 'Had Came From That Frisco Town Hugh Wea therford, Ralph Johnston, George Luhrs, Lee Johnston. Monologue -.Nancy L. Heard. Professor Ragtimskl Alexander Rosas. Track Men Leonard Raverty, Alvan Arnold. Grand Fine Alley. JAPKID- tlrink of the Mohave Apache tribes. Interesting witnesses in the Dickens case yesterday were Yuma Frank, chief of the Mohave Apache tribe, George Dickens, assistant ehtef and no rela tive either of the defendant or of his great novelistic name-sake, and Tom Sarrami. the three great men of the tribe who are its regular representa tives to the court of the Great White Father at Washington. They recently made a pilgrimage to the capital to so licit the alloting of lands and the rights of citizenship to their tribes man, i B. H. Hayes is the able attorney for the defense. In the middle of the afternoon yes terday the jury came, in and asked for its second set . of instructions, af ter having been recalled once before arfd sent back' to try to agree. Judge Morrow read his first instructions over again and added his plea that the jury get busy as a verdict in such cases is not only very necessary for legal rea sons but advisable on account of the financial outlay. On request of several members of the jury, his honor went over parts of his instructions relating to reasonable doubt, the law on the case and other points. Bar Ex's William Hawkins, private secretary to Judge William Morrow and Allan Jaynes, clerk of the court in which the judge sits will take time off this after noon to undergo the operation of tak ing a bar examination apiece. Just so they bring them back when they are through with them, it is all right. New Court Reporter C. Van Veen recently of the Globe Silver Belt, and one of the best known newspaper men in the up country was utilized as special court reporter yes terday by United States Attorney J. E. Morrison. It has been many years since Mr. Van Veen indulged in any such pursuit, but he managed to get by with it all right yesterday. Marshal's Troubles Caring for a hung jury has its tribu lations according to Marshal Overlook, who had to provide twelve dinners and twelve beds for the Dickens case jur ors last evening. He quartered th? men at the Adams after some discus sion and arranging.