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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY JMO.UN1NC, JUNE 23, 1015 '
PAGE FIVE FITCH OUTLINES PL1 FOR GIVING T01SIIEB WATER outlining the procedure under which owners of the so-called "townsite tracts'' shall have water service, anil giving the prices for such service after September 3". Project Manager H. Titch yesterday presented a statement l that class of people known as: "The water users on tracts so sub divided ,m to indicate a use for town site purposes." The statement in full is as follows: "In compliance with the reclamation a t ami witn the act of April 16. 19t, !t will lie necessary to supply you with irrigation water after September, SO !'.ir.. under the act of congress of April 1C. ls0. The water so furnished will be upon a rental basis and in accordance with the older of the reclamation com mission and charged at the following rates: $1."n) per acre foot for delivery of reservoir water: tl.t'O per acre foot for delivery of flood water: 7," centt per acre foot for delivery of natural llow water. "A maximum annual pavment. pay able in advance, shall be fixed on the date of the contract, such minimum leing based on . a reasonable use of water. Any change in addition to the minimum shall be due on the first of lVcemner. for the water furnished in the preceding year. Interest at the rate of eight per cent per annum shall be collected on all sums not paid when due. "Application by individual lot owners for water rights under the reclamation act for lands which have been subdi vided into lots will not be allowed. Water will be supplied to townsite areas on the reclamation project by de livery to f-ome convenient point to be handled and distributed to the inhabi tants by their authorized agent. A i'Tm of contract has been approved by the department under which water ran be supplied to townsite areas through the medium of a trustee or trustees, acting on Ixhalf of the land owners. Where this contract is used, evidence must bo filed as to the authority of the trustees to execute the contract on be half of ti,e townsite owners. The law does not entail residence restrictions upon the owners of land in townsite areas who are supplied with water un der such cortracts. "In accordance with the above it will be necessary for you to organize with in the subdivision limits or within a group of subdivisions and appoint a trustee or trustees to execute a suitable contract with the I'nited States. Thetie trustees w ill be liable in both their per sonal and official capacities and it will be necessary to submit evidence of their authority to ai t on behalf of the owners of land within townsite areas. Instructions ami advice as to the form ing of such organizations are given lie low for your consideration. It is de sired in forming an organization that the follow liig methods be observed. "A meeting should be called as soon as possible in some convenient place of all of the property owners in the sub division w hich it is proposed to organ ize. At this meeting a chairman should be elected to preside over the meeting and a secretary to keep the minutes and draw up the necessary records. After the election of these officers, a poll should be taken for the selection of a person or persons to represent the subdivision in executing the contract for the delivery of water with the T'nited States. The person or persons receiving a majority of the votes of the properly owners, will he elected trustee or trustee and will be accepted by tin I'nited States as representative of the subdivision. The secretary should prepare ;i statement for suhmis on to the officials of the reclamation service as evidence of the election of such person or persons which should :--hov the following information : "Th date of meeting, the number of propii iy ov nets in the subdivision, the number of pi open y owners present and the number of property owner voting lor the trustee or trustees. This state ment should be signed by the president and attested by the secretary and sub mitted to the officials of the reclama tion si rvici . as evidence of elec tion, at the time application is made for water. A petition asking the I'nited States to recognize the person or persons ap pointed to a t as trustee or trustees on behalf of the subdivisions for the pro-r execution of a contract with the I'nited States should be prepared and signed. Brothers Meet After Half Century Judges Baker Figure In Reunion Biothers who had not seen each othe r for fifty v ears, met last night when Judge Benjamin M. Baker ar rived from Canadian Texas, to pass a short time here with Judge A. Baker. For half a century the brothers have leen separated although they have kept in clone tour-h by constant corre-si-ondence. When the noted southern attorney arrived he was warmly greeted by his brother's family and rushed to the ; Barter residence on North First avenue. where the Judge is recuperating from a .recent serious operation, j Both men have had singularly similar cancrs and won fame in the same pro fession. They have much in common, j The visitor rrgrets he will be com- pell- d to leave Phoenix almost imme jdiatelv. Hi is in route for San Kran ! Cisco and h.is only a few days in the j exposition betore returning to his bench duties in Texas. ARMY CORPS TO ARM CORPS Though Germany thought she could crush France. 1 think I am right in saving that before the war a major ity of the members of the German staff, if they could give a frank opinion with, the certainty it would not be made public, would have said that if a French army corps and a German army corps were set to march one hundred miles to gain a strategic point, the French would arrive first and probably beat the fJeramns. "Never: Never!" I hear German civilians proclaim. B t it is only when you talk with expert professional soldiers that you get at the facts. It's their duty not to let patriotic fervor altogether in terfeie with their judgmens. KENTUCKY MISS TO BE RING BEARER AT GENEVIEVE CLARK'S WEDDING JUNE 30 4!i;v ) m W fx ' ,.5 - ... - - , f . ,"I!V Q - ' -... " 't ' - " i e; Mary Herndon Boyd. - - . . Mary Herndon Boyd, four-year-old daughter of the Rev. Robert Shen nan Boyd, pastor of the James Lees' Memorial Presbyterian church, Louis' rille, Ky., will be the winsome ringbearer at the wedding of Miss Geneviev Clark, daughter of Speak Champ Clark, and James Mcllhany Thomson, fditor of the New Orleans Item, which will take place June 30, at th Clark home, "Honey Shuck," at Bowling Green, Mo. Her father, the Rev. Mr. Boyd, will perform the ceremony. Mr. Boyd married Miss Bell Herndon of Fulton. Mo., a niece of Mrs. Clark, . , , , DAGO IS RELEASED ON HABEAS CORPUS Los Angeles Negro Thought to be Wanted' Here Given Freedom Case of Mistaken Identity Charles If. Dago, thought to have been the man who shot Marie Green Haker here a year ago last April has been released at 1s Angeles on a writ of habeas corpus, according to advices received yesterday at the sheriffs of fice. The writ was granted after Dago's attorney had shown that it was a case of mistaken identity, and that Dago was pot the man wanted here. Ada h'ide Star, the negro woman who was taken to t.os Angeles by Sheriff Adams to identify the prisoner emphatically denied that he was Charles II. Hender son, the man who. it is thought fired the hots. Sheriff Adams is expected to return today with Harry T. Duty, w ho is wanted here on a charge of non suppoi t. . . WILL ATTEMPT TO (Continued from Page One) hh county. New Hampshire, who ar rested Thaw and was his custodian for sixteen months. "lirew." said Thaw to his newspaper acquaintances, "is our most important witness. He knows more about my sanity than anybody else in New Hampshire. He was with me every da v "In preparation for the state'e case. Fieputy Attorney Genera! Cook applied to Justice Hentlrick this afternoon for an order to have a commission take the testimony of Dr. Charles Fliot. president Kmeritus of Han aril, as to w hy Thaw was expelled from that institution in Ik'.-'. He said that the justice would giant the order tomorrow. Thaw when he heard of the application, immediate ly wrote out a statement which he handed to newspaper men. 'This commission matter." it read, "simply tih w. that Cook is waving the white flag preparatory to surrender. He has not been able to get anything new that dates within the past twenty years. He is starting on a fishing ex pedition. That's all it amounts to. It is absolutely untrue that Dr. Kliot called me to his office at midday or noon and asked me to leave the uni versity at 3 p. m. that afternoon. What occurred I prefer not to say. I prefer to leave it to Dr. Kliot. I am rpiite wil ling to accept his statement, and con tent myself with pointing out that Mr. Cook shows in this course that he is not interested chiefly on the question of my present sanity." John Smith of Sherhrooke, Quebec, a newspaper man who said that while Thaw was declined in that citv he saw him every day. and Andre Rousseau, hot'l proprietor at Coaticook. who said he served Thaw- at meals testified. Robert Kwing. a Sherhrooke alderman, said he had visited Thaw several times in jail and thought so much of him that he had invited him to become one of Sherbrooke's business men. The alderman added that he hail overheard a conversation among strangers that led him to believe there was a plot to take Thaw across file line by force. This evidence was brought out to show that the possible existence of such a scheme was "no mere delusion of Thaw's." H. I;. Pick ford of Onrhnm, X. Y., said he took a two davs' camping trip with Thaw. "You can find out more about a man in 24 hours on a camping trip than von can knowing him casually for a life time." said the w itness. "If a man has a yellow streak it. will come out ia the wood?." "And did Thaw- have a yellow stre.nk?" "He did not." o COL HOOSE SAYS (Continued from Page One) has been guided largely by what House reKirted by cable and letters in handling the delicate question of renewing the efforts of the United States to bring about a general ac ceptance of mediation. The president said last Tuesday to Washington correspondents that no new tenders of good offices had been made to any warring powers but all the for eign governments thoroughly under stood the willingness of the United States to be of any service possible to pave the way for an approach to peace. The president did not see any prospect of early peace in Kurope. fine fundamental thing the president has learned which has affected the efforts of the I'nited States to make peace is the unpreparedness of pub lic opinion in some belligerent coun tries as to the terms they fear their adversaries might advance, or that are already being discussed. Xeither the president nor House would make any formal statement tonight on the conference. o DR. ROPERT BLUE (Continued from Page One) to the community or to the individual than smallpox, tuberculosis and many other diseases. The growing economic and industrial importance of public health work was emphasized by several speakers. Sickness insurance was advocated by Dr. B. S. Warren of the United States health service, as a means of overcom ing the handicap of poverty among wage earners. Dr. Warren showed that disease Is more prevalent among low paid workers than among better paid and that fully one-half of the wage-earning families of the United States do not have an income sufficient to maintain a healthy standard of liv ing. A governmental system of sick ness Insurance for working people would Increase their economic indepen dence as well as their physical condi tion, lie said. You Should See These J6-Buj;ton Sijk jS Gloves at 75c .0 in black and white, and a quality that is well worth Jl.ua. Hctter select yours while we have all sizes. v Main floor 16Button Chamoisette Gloves on Sale at 75c A fine suede finished glove in white with black and white em broidered hack, also chamois color with black embroidered back. They soil regularly at 8e. Vt III EH2.w York STORrnf" W WASHiN9Totl':CO. FIRST"! ST. Never Before Have We Shown Such 16Button Chamoisette Gloves at 50c White gloves with Mack em broidered back our tegular ",9c gloves and worth it Main floor Chamoisette Gloves on Sale Today at 29c Ue.il chamois suede finish, guar anteed washable white and chamois colors. Ask for the "Essex Mills" Underwear at Korrick's and You'll Have Comfortably Fitting Garments WOMEN'S UNION SUITS of the Essex Mills make fine ribbed quality with lace or light knee regular and outsize special value 50 WOMEN'S UNION SUITS An extra .special in regular and outsizca Ksscx Mills make special at 39C HERE'S A SATURDAY BAR GAIN Women's Union Suits, tight knee, summer weight special at 2i3 MISSES' VESTS AND PANTS With tight or cuff knee, high neck with long or slant sleeves, low neck, short sleeves and sleeveless. Sizes 3 to at per garment 25 Women's Hose Extra Special Sale at 10c flack and white hose, a good service able ipiality worth more. All sizes to select from. Haigain on Main Floor Wear Korrick's Special Hose For Every DayPfice 25c mr regular Tu- quality but an out-of-the-oniinary stocking i thread heel and toe all sizes black and white mercer ized, seamless. p:ire dye. Main Floor Children's Plaited Silk HoseKorrick's at 50c An unusually good iuality that will give satisfactory wear, black and white, iu sizes 5,i to Jl'.i. Main Floor We Aie Showing 36-in. White Crash at 29c r r Not a linen, but a linen weave, able for tub skirts and suits. Main Floor SEED VOILE MOST BEAUTIFUL FOR SUM MER DRESSES AT 29c 40-inch wide material in the popular black and white, tint ed grounds, and floral patterns. suit- The Season's First Great Sale of Women's White Canvas Pumps $2.50 ans $3.00 Pumps at $1.95 A SHOE SALE COULD NEVER BE MORE TIMELY THAN THIS ONE. Its just in the be ginning of the canvas shoe season. But, we want to demonstrate to our customers that with our superior buying facilities we are able to offer such unusual vales. White pumps with French heels or covered Cuban heels, small ornament or buckle. Turned soles, white suede. quarter lined, neat and very attractive lasts. SALE BEGINS THIS MORNING 5-Inch Taffeta Hair Ribbon Today Special at 15c Silk taffeta in all the leading colors and black and white. A finality' worth more. ' 36 Inch All Silk Pongee Regular SI Quality at 79c I.'M-cptienal inducement for Saturday shoppers guaranteed washable for sport blouses and dresses. Main Floor Just Arrived46 Inch Wide White Suiting at 39c A linen finished suiting that gives sat isfaction. Inspect this material Saturday. It's new. Main Floor NOVELTY CHIFFON LISSE WOVEN STRIPES, YD 49c Most dependable, washable ma terial for summer dresses It's white with fine fancy stripes in colors. WOVEN STRIPE VOILES ALL NEW PATTERNS 35c I'lan the making of your wash dress today inspect this new voile and you'll be just as en thusiastic aliout them as we are assortment of colors. EXTRAORDINARY SHAN TUNG SILK BARGAIN FOR SATURDAY 49c For a servicable dress, a sep arate waist or skirt, and for men's shirts, too. Xalural col or width 33 inches. VALUE DEMONSTRATION DATSTODAY AND SATURDAY KORRICK'S BASEMENT Anvojio familiar with KorrkJx's bargain bafviiiont knows about the ijcnuiuonoss of the values offtW ;mk; appreciate the- significance of our statement. The public is eonuuencinfj; to realize the fact that we established our Basement Store for the purpose of of fering opportunities of unusual economies. The items noted below shouhl interest eAcry eeommieal housekeeper in the valley. 600 Yards of Printed Lace Cloth Sale Price 9c Just came from the mill and if bought in an ordinary way it should sell at l-'.&t: a yard. Here's your opportunity to save. Basement Bargain 2Mnch Batiste Lawn 8c How can we sell such material at Sc we are asked We have a live representative in New York, always picking up exceptional bargains. This is one of 'em. Basement Bargain An Out-of-the-Ordinary Wash Goods Bargain LACE CLOTH, STRIPED GRENADINES AND SATIN STRIPED LACE CLOTH 12'2c VALUE AT 8 Cents And so many new weaves in white for the daintiest for light summer dresses. See them Saturday in Korrick's Bargain Basement. I2c Printed Mercerized Batiste Sale Price 9c Just think how material for a floral patterns, tinted grounds, special bargain. little money it takes to pretty dress small. i polka dots and white get icat ;i nil delicate shades an extra Basement Store Inch Voiles, Batistes and Organdies at Ire The New Garicord Cloth Just ArrivedYard 35c Did you read the last issue of the "Vogue"? Garicord cloth was featured as most popular in the east. It's a self striped and cross corded, water shrunk white material for sport skirts. Main floor A Comparison Sale of "White Wing" Sheets 45c Size 72x0 Saturday at 45c. Seam center, reinforced economical housekeeper and rooming house keepers should take advan tage of this sale. Basement Bargain HighGrade Plisse Crepe Reduced to 12 Kc A material suitable for dresses, kimonos and underwear also for little children's rompers. The colors are pink, blue, lavender, tan and white. Basement Bargain for Saturday. Korrick's Orange Blossom Sheets at Special Prices We recommend these sheets as being the best we've ever offered at such low prices. We want you to get acquainted with our bargain basement, where real bargains galore. Sheets, size 81x90, at 79 Sheets, size 72x90, at 6f)f Sheets, size t!3x90, at 59? Sheets, size 54x90, at TiTiC Orange Rlossom Pillow Cases, size 43x3ti, spec ial at 17c. Full Size Scalloped Bed Spreads at $1.50 $l.Uu the regular price, is good value but, we want you to get yours Saturday and save 15c Oct acquainted with Korrick's bargain basement. of material you usually pay The kind a yard fn Novelty designs in black and white so much in favor this season also many new de signs in floral effects. Bargain Basement inducement for Saturday shoppers. A Most Wonderful Basement Bargain 40Inch Mercerized White Lace Cloth at ltc We have featured many excellent wash goods values this season, hut nothing could be compared with this lot of lace cloth. It sounds like an exaggeration when we say this material U'dl'LD I'XDEIt OR DINARY CIUC'l'JISTAXCKS SELL, AT 25c A YARD. We ask that you inspect this cloth, use your own valuation just figure what a dress of this material will cost, if yon make it yourself see it Saturday. (Bargain Basement.) HERE'S A NEW ONE! A VOILE STRIPED RIPPLETTE 15c VALUE AT 11c 36-inch wide material for a light summer dress. An entirely new weave. Basement Bargain Urn