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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1915
PAGE SEVEN OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA (Continued Prom Page Three) 40115 J. W. Dorris, Detention Homo Supplies 3074 40'.Mi Ezra AV. Thayer, County Institutions 3075 407 c'ity lee Delivery Co., Detention Home 5070 4008 Mrs. Ida Post, Expense Juvenile Court 3077 4ooit Chambers Transfer Co., Detention Home Exp 3078 4010 Dorris Heyman Co., Detention Home Exp 3079 4011 T. T. Powers, Juvenile Court Expense . 3080 4)112 J. T. Halstead Co., Detention Home Exp .' "01 401:! Mrs. Jean Simpson, Matron Detention Home, 3082 4014 Harrows, Fooshee Co., Detention Home Sup 30S.3 4015 Bert O. Brown. Detention Home Expense 3084 4016 J. D. Halstead Co., Detention Home Exp, 3085 4017 Valley Lum. Co., Supplies Detention Home 3080 4018 A. E. Frankforcer, Detention Home Exp 30S7 401!t Walter Hill Co., Supplies Detention Home 3088 4020 Owl Drug Co.. Supplies Detention Home 3089 4021 E. Thoma & Co., Detention Home Expense 3090 4022 C. J. Voskuhler, Detention Home Expense 30H 4023 Joseph S. Jencks, Supplies Detention Home 3092 4024 John Eudd & Co.. Advertising Commission ii Immi gration 309:1 4025 Arizona Magazine, Commission Immgr 3094 4020 G. T. Peabody. Fair Exhibit 3095 4027 J. R. Henry, Bounty 30!IB 4028 J. n. Henry, Hounty 3097 4029 Harold Shontz, Bounty 3098 4030 Jose Mazon, Bounty 3099 4031 Raymond Slayton, Bounty 3100 4032 S. A. Solozas. Bounty 3102 4033 Joe Borelas, Bounty 3102 4034 J. R. Guthrie, Bonty 3103 4035 Francisco Romero, Bounty 3104 4036 T. E. Horton, Bounty 3105 4037 Tom Johnson. Bounty 3106 4038 "William Cross, Bounty 3107 4039 It. A. Hawley. Bounty 310S 4040 EA. Bausch. Bounty : Sl9 4041 Angus Donnell. Bounty 3110 4042 Troy Turney. Bounty 3111 4043 Rafael Dorta. Bounty 3112 4045 D. J. Perry, Bounty 3113 4045 F. Hun-ell. Bounty 3114 4046 Antonio Soto, Bounty 3115 4047 "nrl W. Savage. Bounty 3116 404s Mrs. James Cassidy, Bounty 3117 4049 Willie Poynor. Bounty 31 IS 4050 1.. H. Sorey. Bounty 3119 4051 W. L. Bentley, Bounty 3120 4052 Fred Sehwass, Bounty 3131 4053 Frank Albre, Bounty 3122 4054 Z. T. Briner, Bounty 3123 4055 Anton Ehrlcr, Bounty 3124 4056 1,. !I. Slagle, Bounty 3125 4057 Joe Barelas, Bounty 3126 4058 Carl W. Savage, Bounty 3127 4059 Jose Romano. Bounty 312N 4060 Raymond Sloytoi. Bounty 3129 4061 Thomas Mason, Bounty , 3130 4062 Raymond Slayton, Bounty 3131 4063 Roy Fram. Bounty .' 3132 4064 W. H. Stowe, Bounty . 3133 4065 H. J. Reading, Bounty 313 1 4066 John Poynor, Bounty 3135 4067 Delos Allen, Bounly 3136 4068 F. C. West. Bounty 31..7 4069 Rex Nordyke, Bounty 3138 4070 Rex Xordyke, Bounty 3139 4071 G. S. Oto. Bounty 3110 4072 R. A. Hawley, Bounty 3141 4o;:t Geo. H. Uosevears. Bounty 3142 4074 (Jus Carillo. Bounty 3143 473 Raymond Slayton, Bounty ;'.144 4076 C. B. Williams. Bounly 3145 4077 Allien Wrote, Bounty 3146 4078 Santos Yescas, Bounty 3147 -40"9 Jesus Dorame. Bounty 3148 4080 Alex Corillo, Bounty 314!) 40N1 J. w. Etter, Bounty 3150 40S2 R. h. McElhaney. Bounty 3151 4083 It. V. Crabtree. Bounty 31.-.2 40S4 H. A. Gibbons, Bounty 3133 4085 Samuel Jack, Bounty 3154 4086 Louis Helly, Bounty , 3155 4087 Joe Hand, Bounty 3ir, 4088 Fred DeWilt, Bounty 3157 4089 R. T. Old. Bounty 3K.S 4090 Elmer Blackmer, Bounty 315!) 4091 Johnnie Blackston, Bounty 3160 4092 William Ball, Bounty 31C1 4093 L. I,. Hudson, Bounty 3162 4094 Freeman Hammons, Bounty '. 3163 4095 W. A. Giblmns. Bounty . . .' 3104 4096 Hugh Walters, Bounty 3165 4097 L. M. Sigmon. Bounty 3166 4098 X. F. Hoffpanie.-. Bounty 3167 4099 James Short, Bounty 81i;k 4100 John Fognett. Bounty 3169 4101 Geo. Irving, Bounty 3170 4102 W. R. Miller. Bounty 3171 4103 S. F. Murphy, Bounty 3172 4104 J. M. Hackett. Bounty , 3173 4105 Mrs. James Cassidy, Bounty , 3174 4106 Manuel Ramirez, Bounty 317.-, 4107 Juan Perez, Bounty 3176 4I68 Walter Brewster. Bounty '. 3177 4109 O. P. Pierson, Boui.ty 317 4110 Ollie Miller. Boun'y 3179 4111 Doyle Pinkerton, Bounty 31S0 4112 C. O. Davis. Rountv 31K1 4113 Raymond Hosfelt. Bounty 3182 4H4 A. M. Smith, Bounty 4115 Arthur Foster, Bounty .".3184 4116 O. X. Thornton, Bounty "....3185 4117 James Waldie, Bounty 3180 4U8 Raymond Greff. Bounty 3187 4119 Raymond Sherman. Bounty sing 4120 Edith M. Jacobs, Election Expense 3is; 4H1 w. H. Linville. Election Expense 3190 4122 J. Elmer Johnson. Election Expense 3191 4123 Virgil King. Election Expense ' 3192 4124 Mrs. J. Ryan. Election Expense ; 3193 4125 Ed. L. Pomeroy, Election Expense 3194 4126 H. E. Kell. Election Expense 3195 4127 Lee Pafford, Election Expense 3196 4128 J. W. Heffner. Election, Expense 3197 4129 L. H. Richards, Election Expense 3198 4130 Harry Coxi Election Expense 3I99 4131 Golden Rule Chop House, Ection Expense 3200 4132 John Bennett, Election Expense 3201 4133 Wells Fargo Co., Election Expense 3202 4134 Dorris Heyman Co., Election Expense 3203 4135 W. Menhennet, Election Expense 3204 413G Neri F. Osliorn, Election Expense 3205 4137 I Mattingley. Election , Expense 3206 4138 Job. W. Johnson, Election Expense 3207 4139 Phoenix Board of Trade, Election Expense. 3208 4140 W. J. LeBaron, Election Expense 3209 4141 W. A. Macdonald, Election Expense 3210 4142 Gusn Brothers, Election Expense 3211 4143 Y. Garcia, Election Expense '. ...3S12 4144 W. I. Reynolds, Election Expense 3213 4143 H. R. Person. Election Expense .-..13214 4146 Lightning Delivery Co.. Election Expense 3215 4147 S. Bland. Election Expense 3216 4148 O. C. Thompson, Co. Surveyor 3217 4149 S. E. Byers, Court House Expense 3218 4150 A. J. Thoman. Expense Court House 3219 4131 G. W. McClarty, Supplies Court House 3220 4152 Talbot & Hubbard, Supplies Court House 3221 4153 Pioneer Cycle Co.. Court House Expense 3222 4154 S. V. Singleton, Court House Expense 3223 4155 Water Dept. City of Phoenix, Water 3224 4156 Pacific Gas & Electric Co." Lights 3223 4157 City Ice Delivery Co.. Ice ...3226 4158 Mt. States'Tel. Co.. Telephones 3227 4159 F. A. Joslyn. Clocks 2228 4160 Cedar Sweep Co., Expense Court House 3229 4161 Frey Mayse. Court House Expense 3230 i 4162 Lightning Delivery Co., Expense Court House 3231 . 4163 Lightning Del. Co.. Court House Expense 3231 4164 Boston Store. Court House Supplies 3232 44.00 27.00 20.00 15.50 14.85 12.50 12.50 11.95 11.70 11.15 8.9." t. 1 .' 4.00 4.00 3.20 1.70 1.55 45.00 112.00 18.75 250.30 66.7 38.80 32.110 28.50 26.60 24.45 25.00 14.00 23.55 22.00 22.00 22.00 20.95 1S.45 18.00 16.55 15.90 1 5.55 15.00 14.40 14.15 14.05 13.50 13.40 13.00 12.00 11.50 11.15 11.10 11.05 10.35 10.15 10.15 10.10 10.00 10.00 9.5a 8.S0 8.75 8.10 S.0P 7.90 7.85 7.70 7.2.1 6.85 6.65 6.50 6.20 6.f0 5.55 5.50 3.50 5.30 5.00 4.S3 4.50 4.30 1.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.80 3.75 3.65 3.60 3.5-,' 3 33 3.05 2.8 2.85 2.80 2.70 2.5i 2.5i 2.10 2.20 2.K 2.05 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.95 1.4 1.2 1.2 1.-' 1.1 1.10 1.10 1.05 1.00 43.50 43.50 37.50 29.81 13.30 7.60 4.60 2.20 1.40 .80 .60 148.15 35.00 32.42 27.71 25.00 25.00 11.00 10.00 10.00 9.1 8.40 4165 Arizona Merchandising Co., Supplies 3234 4166 Hill Seed House, Expense Court House 3235 4167 H. A. T." Hanson, Court House Expense 3236 4168 Vera Fennell, Expense Justice 3237 4169 James L. Walker. Office Rent 3238 City Ice.Dclivery Co.. Ice 3239 B. L. Ru-dderow, Expense Justice Court 3240 City Ice Del. Co.. Ice 3241 Ross Cox, Expense Justice Court 3242 Ross Cox, Expense Justice Court 3-13 John Riggs, Office Rent - 3244 R. M. Turner. Premium Bond, J. P 3245 J. A. Porterie, Interpreter "246 A. A. Celaya. Interpreter 3247 Joe Vidal, Interpreter l-',li Mike Canes, Interpreter 3249 M. A. Ivy, Expense Constable 3250 J. T. Murphy. Expense. Constable 3251 R. C. Estrada, Constable Expense 3252 W. A. Burton, Constable Expense 3253 H. A. Hughes. Health Department 3254 Pathological Laboratory, Health Dept 3255 H. A. Hughes. Quarantine 3256 J. B. Hill, Quarantine 3257 A. P. Hill, Poor Farm Expense 3258 J. It. Bradshaw. Poor Farm Expense . ..: 3259 V. S. Reclamation Service, Poor Farm 3260 F. (Jriebi'l. Supplies County Farm 3261 Fred Blackmer. County Farm Supplies 3262 City lie Del. Co., Ice Poor Farm 3263 Hurley Market, Supplies Poor Farm 3264 Phoenix Seed Feed Co.. Poor Furm 3265 E. A. Bellas, Poor Farm Expense 3266 Ford Garage, Supplies Poor Farm 3267 M. J. Pi-ttid, Supplies Poor Farm 3208 X. Porter Saddle &. Harness Co., Poor Farm 3269 Hill Seed House. Supplies County Farm 3270 Frank Ward. Expense County Furm 3271 A. P. Hill, Expense T. 11. Hospital 3272 J. W. Don-is, Supplies T. B. Hospital 3273 City Ice Del. Co.. Expense T. B. Hospital 3274 4170 4171 4172 4173 4174 4175 4176 4177 4178 4179 4180 4181 41S2 4183 4184 4185 4186 4187 4 1 88 4 1 89 4190 4191 4192 4193 4194 4195 4 1 96 4197 4198 4199 4200 4201 4202 4203 4204 4205 4206 4207 4208 4-09 4210 4211 4212 4213 4214 4215 4216 4217 4218 4219 4220 4221 4222 4223 4224 4226 4''-7 4228 4229 4230 4231 4282 4234 4235 4!36 4237 4238 4239 4240 4241 4242 4243 4244 4245 Phoenix Wood & Coal Co.. Expense T. B. Hospital. . .3275 Phoenix Steam La (in dry, Exp. T. B. Hospital .. Arizona Laundry Co., Expense T. B. Hospital.. Tom tikado. Expense T. B. Hospital I. 11. I lul l is. Supplies T. B. Hospital 1.. li. Dutnoron, Medical Services Ralph L. Alexander. Contract Physician IV. I). Keith. Contract Physican E. C. Openshaw, Contract Physician W. H. Franklin, Contract Physician C. G. Gilchrist, Relief to Indigent J. uncs Miller, Jr., Clerk's Urgency Expense ., J. W. Canning, Indigent Expense A. & B. .Grocery Co., .Relief to Indigent Phoenix Xat'l Bank, Relief to Indigent Frank Griehel, Relief to Indigent Tempe Com. Co.. Relief to Indigent Brayton Com. Co., Supplies to Indigent E. J. Fiock, Relief to Indigent Davidson Cash Store. Supplies to Ind J. W. Dorris, Relief to Indigent Stein Cash Store, Relief to Indigent . . Vaughn Bros., Relief to Indigent Powell's Cash Store, Relief to Indigent Everybody's Drug Store, Rel. to Indigent . . . 3276 3277 3278 3279 3280 3281 3282 3283 32M 3285 3286 3287 3288 3289 3290 3291 .3292 3293 3294 3295 3296 3297 3298 3299 150.00 Valley Bank, Rejief to Indigent 3300 I. S. Espinoza, Relief to Indigent 3301 Edward B. Goodwin, Relief to Indigent 3302 Xavajo County, Burial of Indigent 3303 E. P. Carr. Burial of Indigent 3304 Palmer & Greer, Coroner Expense 3305 E. Payne Palmer, Coroner Expense 3306 Dr. R. W. Craig. Coroner Expense 3307 Dr. L. II. Richards, Coroner Expense 330.8 Fred Cima. Coroner Expense 3309 E. F. Piitton, Coroner Expense 3310 W. IV. Kox. Coroner Expense 3311 Virgil King, Coroner Expense , 3312 Joseph Geare, Coroner Expense 3313 Dr. H. T. Bailey. Examination Insajie 3315 4246 Dr. H. K. Beauchamp. Examination Insane 3315 4247 Geo. M. Brockway, Examination Insance .3316 4248 C. B. Palmer, Examination Insane 3317 4249 Allen H. Williams, Examination Insane 3318 4i50 L. Boido, Examination Insane . 3319 ROAD FUND WARRANT 4251 L. M. Acuff. Road Superintendent 240 It appearing to the Board that there is no money in t lie General Road Fund, therefore the audit of the following claims was postponed until such time as funds may be available, viz: H. W. Ryder J 3.12 J. T. Dunlap 15.00 O'Malley Lumber Co 8.55 J. D. Halstead Lumber Co 46.50 Pratt Gilbert Co 7.00 John T. Dunlap 15.00 Western Metals Mfg. Co 1,951.20 Arizona Asphale Paving Co 18.31 Martin Mohrdieck 45.40 Chandler Imp. Co 15.00 Motor Supply Co 34.30 H. W. Ryder 40. 4o Bennett Lumber Co 1.00 Ezra W. Thayer . 10.00 Ariz. Asphalt Paving Co 18.31 Thos. Thatcher 3.83 OF "DRAINAGE DISTRICT XO. 1." This being the first Monday and the first meeting of the Board suc ceeding the election held on Saturday the third day of October. 1911. within and for the proposed "Drainage District Xo. 1," In and for the county of Maricopa, State of Arizona, for the purpose of determining whether or not the territory embraced within the boundaries of the proposed drainage dis trict should be organized into a drainage district to be known as "Drainage District Xo. 1" within and for the County of Maricopa, State of Arizona and for the election of three directors of such proposed drainage district pur suant to the provisions of Chapter 5, Title 53 Civil .Code. Revised Statutes, of the State of Arizona, 1913, said election having been called and held pur suant to notice duly given as required by an order and resolution of this Board made and entered on the ninth day of Septemlier, 1914. and the re turns of said election, including the votes cast thereat, having been duly made to this Board, the Board proceeded to canvass the votes cast at said election. Upon completing the canvass of said votes it was found that at said election, as shown "by the said returns and the votes cast thereat: FIRST. That upon the question as to whether or not the territory em braced within the boundaries of the proposed drainage district shall be or ganized into a drainage district to be known as "Drainage District Xo. 1" in and for the County of Maricopa, State of Arizona, there were Eleven votes cast of which Eleven votes were "Drainage District, Yes" and in favor of the organization of said drainage district and that there were no votes "Drainage District, Xo" and against the organization of said drainage district. SECOXD. That for directors of said proposed drainage district there were eleven (U) votes cast of which J. W. Miller received ten -(10) voles. I. M. Saylor received ten (10) votes. Alfred IT. Oeltjen received eleven (U) votes, Mark Redden received one (1) vote and L. E. Redden received one (1) vote. Whereupon, on motion of Frank Luke, seconded by Lin B. Orme and on a vote unanimously carried, the following order was made by the board and ordered entered upon the minutes of this meeting: OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS IN THE COUXTY OF MARICOPA. STATE OF ARIZONA. In the matter of the organization of "Drainage District Xo. 1," in the County of Maricopa, State of Arizona. ORDER. WHEREAS: This Board of Supervisors did, pursuant to the provision of Chapter 5, Title 55, Civil Code, Revised Statutes, of the State of Arizona, 1913, on the ninth day of September, 1914, order an election to be held on the third day of October, 1914, by the qualified votes, in and for a proposed g50 1 drainage district embracing certain territory lying within ' the County of 2.00 no votes "Drainage District No" and against the organization of said 1.50 drainage district; and that at said election there were eleven votes cast for 1.0O directors of said proposed drainage district, of which J. W. Miller received 100.00 ten votes for director; I. M. Saylor received ten -votes for director; Alfred 40.00 H. Oeltjen received eleven votes for director; Mark Redden received one 9.05 vote for director; andiL. E. Redden received one vote for director. 3.45 ; Now this Board of Supervisors, being in regular session on the first 1.70 Monday, and at its first meeting." succeeding the date on which said election 10.10 was held and being fully advised in tHe premises, does hereby DECLARE 8.90 'AND (tflDER: 30.00 J FIRST. That the territory embraced within the boundaries of the 5.00 proposed drainage district as descrilied in the notice given by this Board 35.00 calling said election, which said boundaries are hereinafter particularly 5.00 1 described in this order, be and the same is hereby declared to be duly 1 r.n .i.rsi.nnt to the orovisions of Chapter 5, Title 55 Civil Code. 2.50 Revised Statutes, of the State of Arizona, 1913, as a drainage district un- 36.50 1 ler the name of "ffralnage District No. 1" in and for the County of Mari- 6.00 coua. State of Arizona, which said drainage district is situate within the 31.45 1 County of Maricopa, St;0 of Arizona and within the boundaries partieu- 44.75 , larly described as follows: 2.50 Hiirinninir at the Northeast comer of the South one-half of the South 49.05 ' east quarter of Section 25, In Township 1 North, Range 4 East of the Gila 406.00 nnd Salt River Base and Meridian and running thence West along the North 3.95 lionndarv line of said Smith one-half of the Southeast quarter of said Sec 553.77 lion 23 to tlie West boundary line of said quarter section: thence South 200.00 I along the West boundary line of said quarter section to the North quarter 178.02 corner of Section 36 in said Township and Range; thence West along the 1-'2.91 North boundary lines of said Section 36 and Section 35 in said Township 119.00 i nd Range to the Northwest corner of said Section 35: thence South along .45.40 the AVest boundary line of said Section 35 to the West quarter corner of 37.68 said Section 35: thence West along 'the North boundary line of the South- 37.00 east quarter of Section 34 in said Township and Range to the Northwest 31.00 corner of said Southeast quarter of said Section 34; thence South along the 29.40 West boundary line "of said last mentioned quarter section to the South 9.13 quarter corner" of said Section 34: thence East along the South boundary 4.30 line of said Section 34 to the Northeast corner of the West one-half of the 2.85 West one-half of the East one-half of Section 3 in 'town-snip 1 bourn, ttnnge 1.75 4 East of' the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian: thence South on a 122.50 line parallel to the East boundary lines of said Section 3 and Sections 10. 113.56 13 and 22, in said last mentioned Township and Range, to the Southeast 37.25 corner of the West one-half of the West one-half of the Northeast quarter 31.50 of said Section 22: thence West along the North boundary line of the South 17.45 I one-half of said Section 22 to the Northwest corner of the East one-half of 9.60 the Southwest quarter of said Section 22; thence South on a line parallel t- 9.35 the East boundary lines of said Section 22 and Section 27 in said last men 6.00 tioned Township and Range to the Southeast comer of the Northwest quar- 173.75 ter of the Northwest quarter of said Section 2i: thence West along tne 120.00 South boundary line of said Northwest quarter of the Northwest quarter ot 75.00 said Section 27 to the West boundary line of said quarter section: themx 72.45 South along the West boundary line of said Section 2i to the west quartet 63.00 corner of said Section 27; thence West along the North boundary line ot 294.25 the South one-half of Section 28 in said last mentioned Township ar.: 242.65 Range to the Northwest corner of the East one-hall' of the Southeast quar- 125.20 ter of said Section 28: thence South along the West boundary line of the 66.70 East one-half of the Southeast quarter of said Section 28 to the South 60.00 boundary, line of said section; thence West along the North boundary line 36.00 of Section 33 in said last mentioned Township and Range to the North 32.00 (iiiiuter comer of said section: thence South along the West boundary iir.e . . ... 22.30 of the Northeast quarter of said Section 33 to the Soutnwest corner of sai.l ,20.00 quarter section: thence West along the North boundary line of the South 15.00 one-half of said Section 33 to the West quarter comer of said sectior: 12.50 thence South along the West boundary line of said Section 33 to the South- 10.00 west corner of said section: thence East along the South boundary lines of lo.OO Sections 33, i!4 and 35, all in said last mentioned Township and Range, to 10.00 the Southeast corner of said Section 35:' thence North along the East bound- i.60 ary line of said Section 35 to the East quarter corner of said section: thence 7.50 I West along the North boundary line of the Southeast quarter of said section 7.50 I to the East boundary line of the West one-half of said Section 35: thence i.OO I North along the East boundary line of the West one-half of said Section 35 38.50 1 in the North quarter corner of said Section 35: thence East along the North 10.00 1 boundary line of said Section 35 to the Southeast corner of the Southwest 42.00 1 quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 26 in said last mentioned Town- 25.00 shin and Ranee: thence North along the East boundary line of the South- 10.00 west quarter of the Southeast quarter of said Section 26 to the Northeast 4.80 I corner of said Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of said Section 3.09 1 26: thence East along the South boundary lines of the Northeast quarter ot 1.50 the Southeast quarter of said Section 26 and the Northwest quarter of the 1-50 Southwest quarter of Section 25, in said last mentioned Township and Range. 1.50 I to (he Southeast corner of said Northwest quarter of the Southwest quarter 1-50 f i,ai,i Section 25: thence North along the tost boundary line of the West 00 one-half of the West one-half of said Section 25 to the Southwest corner ot 5.00 the Northeast quarter of the Northwest quarter of said Section 25: thence i.OO I East along the South boundary line of said Northeast quarter of the North- 5.00 1 v est ouarter of said Section 25 to the East boundary line of said North- i .00 west quarter of said Section 23; thence North along the Fast boundary linos 00 I of the West one-half of said Section 25 and Sections 24. 13. 12 and 1 in said last mentioned Township and Range, to the Xorth quarter of said Section 1: thence East to the South quarter corner of Section 36 in Township 1 North. Range 4 East of the Gila and Salt Ri -er Ba:?e and Meridian: thence North along the Easi boundary line of the Southwest quarter of said Section 36 to the Northeast corner of said quarter section: thence East along the South boundary line of the Northeast quarter of said Section 36 to the East quar ter corner of said section; thence North alone the East boundary lines of. saiil Section 36 and Section 25 in Township 1 North, Range 4 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, to the point of beginning. SECOND. And it is hereby further ordered and declared that J. W. Miller, I. M. Saylor and Alfred H. Oeltjen, being the three persons voted for at said election for directors of said drainage district, who received th- high est number of votes cast at said election for directors, be and. they are here by declared to be duly elected as directors of said drainage district and the: shall hold the office of such directors of said drainage district until their successors he elected and qualified as provided by law. THIRD. And it is hereby further ordered that the clerk of this Board of Supervisors shall forthwith prepare and certify 10 a copy of this order an! csuse the same to be filed for record in the office of the County recorder of the County of Maricopa. State of Arizona. And that he also notify the three persons before named of their election as director:; of said drainage Y.W.C.A. CALENDAR OF WEEKLY ACTIVITIES ...4:00 p. m. .-6:45 p. m. teacher). ; :i p. ni. Sunday. Vesper service Monday- Bible class (Miss Nell Blount, Tuesday. Dramatic class (Airs. Franklin McClusky). Senior gym. class .2:20 and 7:3op. ni. (Miss Bcrnice W. Egleston, director) Wednesday. Junior camp fire 4:30 pi. m. (Miss Bcrnice Flgleston, guardian). , Thursday. Art and travel club 7:30 p. ni. (Mrs. Lulu B. Carr). Senior gym. class. 2:30 and 7:30 p. 111. (.Miss Egleston). Friday. Senior camp tire...- 3:4. 1 p. m. (Miss Fern Graden, guardian). Thimble club 7:30 p. "m. Saturday, Junior gym class. 2:30 and 5:30 p. m. (Miss Kgb-ston). A class in Spanish is being or ganized and will begin work soon. Gymnasium classes 5:;ip W. Wash ington street. Other clubs and classes, 300 N. 2nd street. For further information telephone 671. HELEN KELLAR I iclcn K.llar will be in Phoenix March 13. Every one has heard of Helen Kcllar, and will want to hear the great born blind, deaf and dumb, who has mar velously overcome these handicaps. She will appear at the high school auditorium March 13. ARIVACA ONE TOWHSITE (Continued from Page One) capable secretary of the meeting that Pedro Aguirre presided, and that the meeting did nominate certain well standing men in the village to lie the people's councilmcn, marshal, poundmaster. etc. In closing, this in teresting screed says: "And it was decided that the following men: should act as a committee to canvas the town." The original grant of land, known as La Aribac, and later as Los Ran chos de Arivaca. cannot be defined exactly, for the land had never la-en surveyed, and ill the script of the clerk of the Arispe land office, the description was written in tlie usual stylo of those days by "metes and hounds." The abstract carries a copy of that description, saying that the northeast corner ot the grant is an arroyo in a clump -if thick trees, the southwest near a "point of water" and the other one close to a big mos quito tree, that had been marked with the sign of the cross. In applying for townsite -Tritonls, committees are always required to state the length of time the land in question has been the' scene of a set tlement. This is one of the stock questions addressed by Uncle Sam to would-be holders of patened town site land. "Arivaca certainly has a record second to none," said Col. Tom Weed- in, register of the land office, when discussing the case yesterday morn ing. "The Arivaca settlement ante dated the United States' control of this county by many years. It is the oldest settlement we have had to deal with." o BELIEVE GERMAN MIKE (Continued from Page One) 5.00 5.00 2.00 1.50 1.00 153.00 30.00 87.50 11.4 6.00 3.70 57.80 101.05 ' 102.50 118.20 24.00 31.50 8.50 t 5.53 4.00 3.75 Maricopa. State of Arizona, designated in said order by the name "Drainage District No. 1;" and WHEKEAS: It appears by the affidavit of Curt W. Miller, publisher of the Tempe Daily News, a newspaper printed and published at Tempe, in the County of Maricopa, State of Arizona, and of general circulation in said county, which said affidavit Is now on file in the office of this board- that notice of the time and place of the holding of said election was duly given as required by the provisions of said Chapter 5 of said Title 55. of said Statutes, and for time, and In the manner and form required by said order of this bord: and WHEREAS: It appears, from the returns of said election duly made and filed in the office of this board on this fifth day of October, 191 4, that said election was duly and regularly lield at the time and place designated by said order of this board and in said notice; and WHEREAS: This board has on this day canvassed the returns of, and the votes cast at, said election, from which it appears and-is found by this board: that upon the question as to whether or not the territory embraced within the boundaries of the proposed drainage district shall be organized into a drainage district to tie known as "Drainage District Xo. 1" in the district. AUDIT OF STATE ROAD ACCOUNTS The Board audited State Road Accounts as follows: Mt. States Telephone Co Geo. Tisdale Talbot & Hubbard '5. Matwood , Arizona Hardware Co Martin & Gillis Lamar ('olib : O'Malley Lumber Co Martin & Gillis 4 00 151.00 9.15 16.23 15.51 1983.80 24.83 3.40 598.i The Chairman was directed to execute vouchers for tlie above accounts payable out ot the State Road Tax Fund. BONDS APPROVED . The Chairman reported that on October 2. 1914 he approved the Bond o? C. L. Van Zant as Notary Public, with Massachusetts' Bondinr and Insu--ance Company as surety. On motion and by unanimous vote of Board stood at recess until Mon day, October 19. 1914. JAMES MILLER, JR. Clerk. W. A Mown Chairman Board of Supervisors. Maricopa County! also the roads to the Sanot valley, of great strategical tance. Amariti impoi-- RUSSIA HALTS RELIEF (Continued from Page One) Dominican republic. It was Vick who, after resigning his post, instigated the charges against Sullivan which led to the present investigation. The com munication was introduced over Vick's protest that it was a private com-muniedtion. York on Friday for Germany, will not reach the German army, it is likely the ship will be stopped bv the HlHeS. This action Will orol.nliltr lw 1 taken because of the alleged general I AWA,TS GOVERNOR'S SIGNATURE. practice of the Germ:in 9nthi.riii,lu I in seizing foodstuffs for miliiarv use ' f associated press dispatch! it is stated. Under the alleged ex isting conditions it is believed here impossible to guarantee that any foodstuffs destined for civilian use will reach the consignees. o NO LIQUOR IN ICELAND. ASSOCIATED PRKSS DISPATCH COPENHAGEN, Jan 25. The par liament of Iceland, thirty-four of whose forty members were elected by popu lar suffrage, has passed a measure forbidding the sale of alsoholic liquors. All the remaining stock in the Danish dependency has been exported. VICK IS COMMENDED. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH) NEW YORK, Jan. 25. A letter from President Wilson commending the ad ministratio nof Walter Vick as re ceiver of general customs at Santo County of Maricopa, State of Arizona, there were eleven votes east at said Domingo was placed in evidence at j election, 'of which eleven of said votes were "Drainage District Yes," and the inquiry into the fitness of James in i.-ivor ot tne organization or sain drainage district, film mat mere were .-mioh.-io, - ninn o .m ihiuko me SACRAMENTO, Jan. 25. The gov ernor's signature is all now required to make effective the administration revenue and taxation measure. The bill was-passed by the assembly late today by a vote of 70 to 1. The dis senting vote was by Hawson of Fresno. The measure had been passed by the sena te. KEEP. AWAY FROM MANZANILLO. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH WASHINGTON. Jan. 25. A plea that Americans be advised from com ing to Manzanillo came from the con sul there. The consul reported busi ness and economic conditions such that there was little work to be found. He said every steamer was bringing away Americans. WOULD COST $18,000,000. I ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH CHICAGO, Jan. 25. Eighteen mil lino dollars would be the normal in crease of the payrolls of the western Hunpary Not Tired VENICE, Jan. 25. Count Ji!liusp drassy, former premier and minister C'f the interior of Hungary, according to a dispatch from Budapest, charac terizes as utterly mcndaiious a report that Hungary is tired of the war and is desirous of seeking a separate peace, and declares that peace wiil be concluded only in union with Ger many and on terms satisfactory to both countries. o POSSE GETS RUSTLERS IN THE WHITE TANKS Calloway, Pitts and Gibbons Appre hended for Horse Stealing After Short Chase by Sheriff After a short, but exciting chase, which took Sheriff Adams and a posse, to the White Tank mountains, Jim Gibbons, Bob Pitts and Lee Calloway, were apprehended yesterday afternoon, and brought to the county jail, charged with horse stealing. The animals which the men are said to have taken, belonged to ranchers named Sheets and Wagner living in the vicinity of Glendale. Soon after mis sing the stock, they notified the sheriff who speedily organized a posse and started in pursuit. The trail of the fu gitives was picked up near the ranches where the missing animals belonged, and followed until the men were over taken. They surrendered without re sistance. Gibson has served time in the peni tentiary, being convicted sever:M years ago of a hold up. Calloway was ar rested in Flagstaff a year or so ago, after having stolen a hoise there, driv ing to the Mexican line and disposing of it. railroads if they '-granted the demands of the diginemen now being arbi trated, ocording to a statement at a hearing by Warren Stone, counsel for the MiTir:emen. An official of one i t the roads estimated it would cost 1111 re than ?40,oou.ooo.