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' b - FT fa ... :. ft Vv ,- b r f 1 Hi) ft, -.-! J ... i r l-. PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA ft i m u k:i m 9 AC fri PHP POilin BD YAVAPAI'S lift ! k i a miL0 Un PHOEXIX, Jan. 6 In the presence of at least 1,(X''0 person;;, Thomas 1". Campbell of Present was inaugu rated as governor of Arizona at 10 o'clock this mornititc. In the bright sunshine of a typical winter morn ing,' anj with ceremonies as simple as-might be in conformity with the law, the first republican chief cxec;: tive in the history of the state, rais ed his right hand and repeated the ' oaih of office as prescribed by the constitution. Retiring Governor George Y. P. i Hunt stood beside the new govern- : or, whom he had just introduced to the assembled crcwd with a single sentence in which he cr.Ked ;;pon tin people to support the governor and render all aid to the .-.tit? in it., on ward march to progress and pros-; pcrity, and the oath was administer-J ed by Justice Albert C. lii.ker of the j supreme court. Justice Baker. h:m-; self, had just previously qualified by taking the oath of office administer ed by Clay Leonard, clerk of the ?u- prcme court. Makes Brief Address. Following the administering of the oath Governor Campbell, in a brief address, outlined some of the tilings , for which his administration v. ii! ; stnttd and which he will present to , the coming se-sii n of the U gish! ttire. The address was made with the char. dis.iuct dilivery that narks the pi b::c speeches of Guv error Can-i bell a::d was listened to wuh close a'.erti n by b.is auditors. Tb.ere were two occasions for ap plause by his at: iitors. which were emphatic, although not prolonged. The first of these came with his re ference to the American soldiers and their accomplishments. The second was when he referred to the danger to the body politic to be encr,unter- ed from a ccrlaln c1a?. :1..-r i: be called I. V. V-". or Potshtiki. Two Governors Meet. Governor Campbell arrived at the cnpitol, accompanied by Percy M:l nes, secretary of the govern-"-. They were met at the door of the execu tive offices by Cart. I.-vis I.owen thal, secretary of the retiring Gov ernor. Governor Hunt and Govern or Campbell shook hands and chat ted for a few minutes, while waiting for the appointed time. During this conversation Governor Hunt referred to the death of Co!. Roosevelt, which was the f'rst in formation Governor Catnplv'l h:,d received of it. The two men com mented briefly upon the event bef. r" proceeding to the l-.ilconv, where the inauguration ceremonies took place. Ceremony on Balcony. Gornor Crniphell was accom panied to the balcony by Governor Hunt. Justice P.aker. Col. Charh s '. Harris, adjutant general: Assistant Attorney Gen. George YY. Harbin and a few attaches of the state house. The appearance of the retiring governor and the inc"a,:n; execu tive was the 'icnal for ap T : -t sc en the part of the crew; larire. but which was siderably before the monies were ovi r. people arrivd while rM P. r.:. 1 was speaking then were 'ri-vrit when he coir.:: : meed.. Immediate!" a't'r d.-;ivvr:r.g lis adciress. the rrovernor started to re tire to his onice, but was held up in F1 Iff T. mi I? ' 1 ' Ml .a if MM ILM V?, SlL$ nnro 5 a aai si s f 3 ' W ry nr I SM B fir.-; !-M T Ul I MS" ArizD.na's New Governor ".' ' ' "I The rs E. Campbell tile retund.i by .;:i;y seeking to cm :.. : ( !::-,:. The ;.o-erncr iinally rot inio l is office, ti.e c.t v- d f jr-;:-d a line -ed an iuf.-.rma! reCLp:i''n w:-. held. S'.en-iir.'j near his exect: t:" e desk the governor hoc-V the iianei c i each rson iassing he-re y they filed through his office U.'i. -:c til" Hcr.or Seat. S d in a chair rear the govern or's di ' v si a .acre:de L.eay hair . ! v tt of uentie uen:ea;ur. v.-i ose feee si:'-ne V. i ; hie. but whose hand u'-c;oe-i: e'y -tale fur tively to her i v, s as a saep'on of a tear gb.-tined :; :.:. '..r check. They were tear i happiness and. mixed with smile- of joy ai ! th.'U feeling of ccu- f rt and satis :aclion that come- only to a ::a her who sees a son lidf'llirer all her fondest hopes and expectations. She was Mr--. F.ha 1'lynn Camp bell, the mother ,.f ;; e g.-vcrnor, an-.-, she- occi'pie-d th.e ila.ee ct honor in this hour of her s- n's trinm; '. And the mother ist.-tii.ct ran 3- tree when she remarked to one standing near her that "Tom was shoving t he ef fect of the strenuous times during the pte-t few month-." Put only a mother's eye c"!iM see ihis. as to the n'ors the ur -t-or ne-ver pre sentee! a 1 r.ppe " ' Wife A'--o I: Present. The lice of veil wishers had pass ed '-at atal r r a moment the pri vate office f f the governor contain ed only himself a"d h's mother, v. ! J.M-kinc out into ;he mait: ot- he- hs.-t- ned. It was Mrs. Canii be!! a::el as tN i ec:'ee rruir apt rer;ci:( el her vi'h a nehine r-.-vr.rk to the ef fect ;hat the !; t cpngrap:!atio:is come li-t. -he paeri el by informing him of ovn ap'-reciathen ct his Ct'-i.iir.g to her ;o rece've the m. The two s of titi' eo crr.iT vcre kept at home by ill-, --s. And t'v-n a. family rov- took pos--(-.-ioe. cf the eo -ee r,'t tile erro.t r!i c r e f .ri.o -a. The in.teeuration vas over ar i 'he it. v Iv ins' oh d chi-' ..'." to :p t: vi - nor pearif.r id;a you tie second time to take' tlie ii.-.tli of executive othice Tin S: PRESCOTT IOU V - J '9 H5 f: jKmtj 1jL-4$ p f r y m i Hfiii) im WILSON AND PARTY END TRIUMPHANT TOUR OF ITALY AND RETURN TO FRENCH CAPITAL; BUSY WEEK AHEAD. . r.y ...--ein;--a Vrfsy. Tl'RIX. Jan. 6. Tlte royal train .with Pree-iiUnt anel Mrs. Wilson and ; ptirty aboard stopped about midnight at Sauihia. midway bitween Milan '. r.r.d Turin wliere it remained until even in '.he nmrnirgi order to per ' 'ttit a sood night's rest for the Pre s iielent. All approaches were well guarded and access to . the station i was ferbldae-n. The train was gua.i'(l I ed by recret service men, Italian I c;.rl:n-crs and the police. Turin is ! prepared for an enthn-iastic recep- 'ieiu. ami the k;ug has placed at the idisp-'sa; of the. "resident the roval jpalac-. - j 'res:. lent Y.d-on v.eu:nd up his ( visit to Italy by a tour of Turin, .which ci'y gave him another tumult , welcome. After a round of re ci -ptions, loncheon and a visit to the university v-here an honorary degree was ceea 'erree! up'Oti httu, the P:'lsi- t toot i:is p.'rty departed for . Paris where he was due to arrive to morrcov morning. A Busy Veek. PATHS. Jan. 6 President Wilson :; cine back at ,'eht o'eloct: -omor-.. ,v Th-re will he no for- '. '-ib't'.-s a' d he wi!' --eceeei to t'ie inrat re-idenee for a series of con- ; tVrcpff v.j-t.-h v.-ii! begtn to giw ; concrete form to the work of the . car.- c tiar'.-.-. T.ord Re.bert Cecd will be one of the early arrivals. I.loyd-Geoi-ie i; expected towanl the end of the week. The outlook . is for a h-sy weaee t rctarplory to the asemhnr of the 1 liter-Allied i-cnv rer.ee here next week. demonstrates that the determined will of a free pf"t !e ha.- been made manifest. To the peop'e Arzenti 1 consecrate my v.i.ole service, rev erently invokit.g the h-lp of Al mightv God tor strength, wisdom and fideh'y. "With the termination of the world, war, Ariaor in conjunction with ivry other state in the l'n:e n. :s on the threshold rf a period ot reconstruction. Indiviiluals as well as the state, must pursue d 'ferent: cottres from th.o-c impose ,1 by war fo:'i!!t:e'n : industries will face new anel pert lexitir problems; public ped icles which have been adequate in pas; v ill now be hopelessly in effective. The worl.l has been shek--en to 'ts foundations, anil while the l,,t-rock of our body politic remains :"t: rt, the shattered walls of our iliaation must be n b'rhle 1. The c;-,,,----,-,. which w'ii reolace the !e-uiidi-hed one n:u-t be of such mate r'ad ato! con-tr-.-ctiou that it can nev er be rent asunder by any force of "an. '"We will do well to heed the warn- 1 ing of one of our eminent states men: 'The one daiee.'r e.f any re : instruction i- not the invention of the hu:n-n mind: the dinner is in h-c.imr ..,1 the e-ld In i re the mv is te-ted. Tiie- ship mnsr t'Oi be al ho.v.l o ,;r-f!. We mat !. sure itiet have ;he oi.wer to take il ia i'o1 new direction tpre we K-t 00 t'-e a?1!-! ei-. The nat Vet is ripe, ot so much for any one change in its va- e.f d.t'.n: thine-, as f- :,n, extension ard broadening of its own old way. Wc skal! reconstruct, ?4? W'? SmlKn IN AL-MINER, WEDNESDAY m 4 ft V S 1 J- I J V 3 rty Asse.ei.at.il Pre.-s. AMST ER1).M, Jan. (i The evac uation, of Ukraine by the German troops is proving txt'-ntely dif'i-! cull, according to a iteriin dispatch. , Some regiments of the Kiev group have al aule)ned important stretchvs of the railway,- thus endangering the lives cf their comrades while many transport trains have been dispatch ed without orders. It is declared that 1 ick of discipline now becomes a source ct danger to trtc wermau NoDoubt About It, Souse Material Is Not So Plentiful I'y Ae-eeeate.t Press. W ASHINGTON, JtnV 6 One hundred and thirteen million ga! Icks cf whisky and ether spirits remained in the bended ware houses on January 1st, with little mors than half of that quantity in reserve when distillation was otopped, according to internal rev;aue rsoorts. DUm burn ds hmJ bALo AMSTF.R1)M. Jan. o. The offi ces of the T.tgeblatt, "ossich.e Zei tuitg, l.oktd Anaeiger ami the Mor gan I'o.-t were seized Sunday, ac cording tea a Purlin telegram. The newspapers will not appear, with the the exception of Vorwaerts, which will be issued by revolutionary work men. build anew, for a broader democ racy in v. inch me n will learn more perfectly to work together, not for tiie making of a great state, but. on the contrary, for the making of meire -tit-owned and growing indh iduals.' "Thinking men and women know l':e -irst few months of peace will present problems equally or more serious than those which, confronted us prior to our entry into the wa.r. It was much ea-ier to sever the business and financial interests ei! our loytr men anel send them abroad to perpetuate libi rty than it will be to receive back and. return to them the buiness and financial interests they left. They accomplished nobly the mi-sim we sent them to per-f- rni. Xow the first duty of every merieau man anel woman is to the t' ov.-.-nds of men who will shortly return. 'The war is done, but our dutv is not done.' Upon our suc cess in reconstructing ouf- legisla tion ami industries to best fit the need of our returning soldiers, will rest the stability of the structure vhiek we sh;.'! contribute to the civ tlv.aPon f the world. These nn-n have foua! t and have been ready to .lie to pre-' rve our liberty. Can we in -ure the: i liherty when they rc-':::-" to our shores? "Anarchy pi.-tj-es Russia. It hr'atens Germany and Austria. Italy and France may easily be con taminated by the same evil. Violent rcfoniicrs of any body -politic, 'A is upe WWQ Di KU1Q M ill rLHmo in MORNING. JANUARY 8, 1919. T' ;'.$& tt f EhI lid r hU IfffilMl! BAND ilrtsifiivltKobKi to Ul LLiViULflU VILNA, KIEV AND OTHER RUSSIAN CITIES RUN; RED WITH BLOOD AS j POLES CLASH WITH PRO- j GERMAN FORCES. liy Aseoeiatoei Prs;. WARSAW, Jan. 6. The names of Vi'na, l.enibcrg and. Kiev arc being written in bl o i-reel letter along tiie ..estern fremtier of Russia, anel scenes of smaller cities are also be- ing elestroved bv the Polshevil, ac- cording to trustworthy reports. The Pedsheviki has added the tortures of t Q t g e : to the customary hor- rocs of gueril'a v arfare. are making a gallant The Poles defense of l.e I."' : re be '"berg, but the p.olsheviki and raimans slowly degers aideel by German guns, destroying the city, the irinr estimated at 50.(ifl0. The !''e-e archbishop of Lemberg is sty tor the statement that 1 an - iris leave been taken prisoners by the bc-icgers ami are being outraged. SOGSAUST C ". C G ); I in. 6. I he case ot ,he five socia;:st leaders, el.t'rged j 'y .,o-, .-.--:, to vt.ti,. tlm n-- ! tioi.aee law-.' w ill be -riven to the iurv lomerrow afternoon. Distric , ,-t- :., 1.:. :.,. , e.'.iiii.ev some 111 i.is oyi-iiis tuent for the government described! the alleged a.cthiiies of the defend ants as organised sedition, anel that tlie socialist ieaelers deliberately vio lated the espionage act and deserved the severest punishment. Attorney Cunrca for the defense made a bit ter attack on the important witness es for the government, anil charged 'hat attempt- had been made to co erce a witness for the defense. vvlte 1., ;1, er thev be known as I. W. W. or lbjlsheviki, are enemies of civili ;i;:on and liberty, because they are enemies of order: they are enemies of equal opportunity: they are ene mies of equality; they are enemies of everything for which this war has been fought, ami their proper place- is in arms be side the 1 aiser. Tbcv tave no place' m our ia tie line b cause they are mine. Do you iit'e. in treasur your enem'es an.el realize the cost in , in mista.kesv to make a ration orderly, self-govern ing and free? It lias taken a cen tury and a half to bring this nation to the place that it occupies today and yet a fraction of time could break it all down. Eternal vigilance,' Patrick Henry told to burgesses of Virginia, 'is the price of liberty." Eternal vigilance was the price then, and it is the price now. That vigi lance is not something to be mark- d and maintained simply by those chn rejed w :.t. the conduct o public icy of intain- s and witn the occui office. It is to be n .on an" 1 iiy nie. 5 not long now, I'll our boys fl clone, heme. These be-ys mght a good fi. ' t. They e.rned leg les-'ons. Coturade ith :d! the nations of the ill liti'i' CASES: IL GO TO THE : (Continued on page five) Mum mm m hrm m . N hhr ri Pirn fif 9& t - iw -1- 1 ' Ci "TVv e" 4 T 1 iH$ IIIh 41Jlill M V, IH V 'S F bl f fei IS M i S H fVi I hi? IS mmb 3B59B ttiiaSiBS 6H SflSISII 1 13V w a V i fc-s tu? a x I IVIIIta i:y Associated Preps. j jn the hospital reports became cur- OVSTER PoV, X. V., Jan. 6. j rent that the colonel was more seri Ce;l. Theodore Roosevelt, twenty- 0"sl' H than his physicians would . ,, T, ., t c ,, ' ., , c, admit. Col. Roosevelt returned to sixth President of the United States 1 , 111s home in Ovstcr lav on Christ who died at his home. Sagamore . ma5 Day rema;kill(f as 'e steppcJ to Hill, early today, will be laid to rest j tj,e porch that he was "feeling without pomp or ceremony, in the ' bully." Young Memorial Cemetery in this! Peath, it was said, came to hint j village on Wednesday afternoon. He i will be buried on a knoll overlook - ing Long Island Sound in a plot ; tendance on the colonel since he was which he and Mrs. Roosevelt select- ; taken to Roosevelt hospital seven ed soon after they left the 'White ; weeks ago to be treated for w hat House. ; was believed to be sciatica. The pa in the words of the clergyman ; tient's trouble was later diagnosed as who will conduct the services. Am-; inflammatory rheumatism, which, ac erica's most tvpical American, i cording to one of the doctors, had I known in every corner of the earth, j will go to bis grave as quiet and as democratic as a Christian country j The colonel's physicians were Dr. gentleman, beloved by his neighbors. : j Filler of Oyster Pay, Dr. J. II. After prayers at the home, a service ! Richards and Dr. John H. Hartwell will be held at 12:45 at the Christ :G- Xew York City, who stated that Episcopal church, where the colonel ;.e immediate cause of Col. Roose for many years attended. At the j vcjt's death was pulmonary embol-re--itic?t of Mrs. Roosevelt no flow- ; ;SIU or lodgment in the lunr of a clot ers will be sent. There will be no : from a broken vein. music and no eulogy, but only the Forty-eight hours before Ids death simple service of the Episcopal ; t,c former Presielent had been visit- church, conducted by the pastor. Rev. George Talmage. To the last Colonel Roosevelt had ; been preaching i few realised 'hat Americanism, an his health hael been shattered, it was 4:15 that the for- er rresident d.ied in his sleep paiit tsslv. Death was due directly to a l'ot v h!ch lod-cd 'm onc .,un resu; ot lammatorv rheu- i mattsm. Thc colonel suffered a severe at- tack of rheumatism and sciatica on ; pa;n Qt intervals, but apparently was Xew Year's Day, but none believed . t-ar from being seriously ill. On the that his illness would likely prove 1 5,UIUiay previous to his departure for fatal. The former President sat up j his home, he had dictated articles for most of Sunday and retired at 11 t;le Kansas City Star and other pub o'clock last night. About 4 o'clock ijcatjon5 fronl a. m. tl1 t p. m Mrs. Roosevelt, who was the only j -je atc wcij amj iopt jike a child, other member of the family at j So ;llarV;ei ,ilaj been his impTovc Oystcr Bay. went to her husband's j ment at tlie hospital that Mrs. room, and found that he had died j Roosevelt, who at the beginning re during the nignt. mained with her husband continu- Mrs. Roosevelt telephoned to Col. j ol,siyi was importuned by him to F.mlen Roosevelt, cousin of the for- j rcst c;lle wcnt to Oyster Bay re nter president, and he came to t'10 j tnriiincr two or three times a week Roosevelt home immediately. Tele-1 to vt hinl and br;ng hint table del grams were dispatched to the colo- j ;CPC;CS ot- ivhieh he was especially nel's children, who were in other ; foIU, parts of the country. Two of the; Two separate blood tests had been colonel's sons, Lieut. Col. Theodore j at thepitai. one by Dr. Roosevelt. Jr.. and Lapt. Kermu Ir.. and Capt. Roosevelt, arc in service nProau. ; wcI cacj, of w-ich confirmed the Capt. Archie Roosevelt and his wife ; (i:asosis 0f t,c otl1Cr. These tests, left Xew York last night for Boston, i ;t was sn;(li indicated that the colonel where tiie captain's father-in-law is j vyas cnj;rciy frec from any organic ill.' Mrs. Ethel Derby and her two I disca!.c an(, tll:,t ony Xum,Q children were at Aiken, S. C. jthc inflammatory rheumatism. This There was no person at hts bed-1 ajm-nt was only pronounced in his siide at the moment he passed away. cft ;e; m!t at tj,lu,s ;t affected one minute or two before, his attend-j cf his i,and a,ld arnls, Rfood pres ant, James Amos, the young negro . fmc testSi jt wa;, said, showed that who has been in the employ of the tie pat;cnt had artieries of a mart of colone l ever since he left the White He.nse. noticed that breathing heavily in the patient w as his sleep anel went to cell a nurse. When he returned with her the !. Mrs. former president was oeae.. -M 1 5- Rrosfvclt was immediately summon- In June he elu ring m.le a tour ci the deb b uffered a we.: 1 U attac.s cf erv ,t as in one ot up bis his b-gs but engagements the celonel refused to give F.evlv in November was taken to Roosevelt hospital in this city for the treatment eif rheumatism and sciatica. While FIFTY-FIFTH YEAR ' painlessly as he slept. j Three physicians had been in at- , affected practically every joint in It's i body. el by one of his physicians, who sta'cd he found the colonel apparent ly in go-id condition and spirits. The colonel, he said, laughed and joked with, him anel sa'nl he expected soon to renew his wooel chopping expedi tion on his Sagamore Hill estate. On the day before Christmas when Col. Roosevelt left the hospital here to spend the holiday in Oyster Fay. Miss Strieker, in speaking of his condition, said' he was in slignt f R;cbards an d the other by Dr. Ilart- I ;nst0.,(I 0f ,.0 years. On. of th j ti,at ;s believed to hive con- : tri)nlU,(l ,llorc tJ,nn any other to the I colonel's breakdown was the death t. Quentin la.st fall . of his son. Lie I Roosevelt, the aviator, in action j.-rPnre Rrotid of his heroic son's 1 irinevements. Lol Koosevett hore us ; under the sorrow of his death with a i fortitude that w as in keeping with jhis spirit in public life. Friends said , that while the father "did not carry jhis heart on his sleeve" he suffered I most poignant grief in silence ami ;r';rd to forget them by pluugine harder than ever into his work.