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ERLY METAL MARKETS ARIZONA WEATHER" Ear silver: (Furnished by. the U. S. Weather Bureau ami the ssnciated Press.) Rain south, snow ilorth Tuesday, colder; Wednesday, fair. Prescott Temperatures, Jan. 30 Fa.m. 26 12m. 2& 5 p. in. ...26 Foreign IS - CiG'A c Domestic Journal- Miner Copper Steady. Electrolytic spot-. 13j:J to He PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1922 FIFTY-EIGHTH YEAR GOVERN Cm LEGISLATURE FOR FEBRUARY 5 -w- -v.- -u- u v M hjj qjy zjjj jgy . go jg Heavy Snows Maroon Southern California Tourists For Two Days C5 . mi mam mi nnnin ni-nnan nr tup i I . ... - CHIP1 SNOWSTORM OF THE SEASON STQR ES llfl D I S T U fl E FD R ARIZONA: NO TROUBLES COME Northern Arizona last night was vying with the eastern states as the seat of winter. A snowstorm that lasted almost continuously for 24 JiOurs, a( midnight had whitened the hills and valleys, blocked some of the roads and isolated the dwellers in the hills. Reports from the various public utilities serving the people of Pres cott and the county, were encour-l aging; no breaks in service weie ! complained of by the railway and . motor lines, telephone, telegraph and I power companies. - j But those who live in the lonely j mountain cabins were confined to quarters'. The mow-shoc and the ski were being taken from the back room to be put in use by travelers in the hills. In the city, . a sleigh or two made appearance and noise on the 9 DRIFT; BLOCK ROAD HALF BILLION H MANS' BILL PASSES EEONO BILL KRESS IN THE SENATE (Associated Press Xierlit 'Wire') J WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 30. (Associated Press Nljrlit Wire) WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 30.- The independent offices bill, carrying Illy fairly decisive votes, tile senate! f Associated Press Nicht Wire) 8494.304,238, most of which is for (refused today either to require con- PHOENIX, Jan. 30. Governor J use by the veterans' bureau, was Ijjressional approval of the agree-1 Campbell late today issued a proc- passed today by the house and sent rnents.l0 bc cnterril into with debtor I lamation calIing a special session I to the senate. .. . A, ,,,.. 01 tne Arizona legislature to con- For the bureau, the bill appropri- I nations by the proposed allied debt; of considering legislative action de signed to increase efficiency and iated $377,474,622 and the only change ' rt"'u,1ling commission, or to limit au- (Associated Press Nislit Wire) this feature was the elimination ofit,lorit" ' the commission in defer- BAKERSFIELD, Calif., Jan, 30. la provision which would have limited ring the time when interest payments j economy in the state government. More' than 100 persons compris- .'the miI"ber of camps at which train-,on the $11,000,000,000 foreign debt "I do not believe," declared the ing schools might he established to' shall begin. CAMPBELL PLACES CENTRALIZED AUTHORITY PLAN UP TO SOLONS ANDASKSFORAMENDMENTDRAFT ALLEE If BE NEW COMMAND ER OF PALO ALTO VETS' HOSPITAL vtne February 15 for the purpose ing men, women and children, in j 25 automobiles have been isolated j on the Ridge route between Bakers field and Los Angeles since yester day by "snow. They have been without food or sufficient clothing since their machines became stalled while they were making pleasure Camp Sherman, Ohio. I. Despite an agreement sharply limit- Notice by mail from the office of , have also taken a considerable part governor 'in issuing his call, "that ! thc sccretar' of the treasury was re- j social affairs, both being extremely ins uehate, a tinai vote was not i reached and it was decided to rccesi ' until tomorrow. Streets. The lads and lasses with the1! trips. Christmas sleds, however, had not Officials of the Automobile Club got organized in the face of school j of Southern California ordered, and the continued blasts of wind and j tractors and drags sent to the the driving and drifting snow. highway to clear the drifts of According to reports transmitted j snow. Rangers brought word of to the Jonrnal-M.incr last night by I the motorists' plight IDEMPSEY TO FIGHT ! BRENNAN MARCH 17iMARY'S DIVORCE IS I! party lines will be drawn, but that' members of the legislature will be impelled by the idea of reducing f the cost of state government with- ; out crippling the necessary depart- ments and institutions." f He said he thought the legisla- 1 ture- could complete in three or ceived by well liked. The transfer of Major the long-distance service of- the Mountain States Telephone company, Prescott was in the center of the at mospheric disturbance, which had failed to reach as far south as Phoe nix. Flagstaff, although about 2,000 feet higher- than this town, ' was not getting a proportionately hea-y snow. Following are storm bulletins: Rain' in Verde Valley JEROEJan. 30 Rain .this afternoon- dissolved the nearly five inches of snow that covered the ground this morning. ; CLARfvDALE,. Jan. 30. Two inches of snow that had fallen here, this - morning was nearly all melted this afternoon when the temperature rose and ram fell for several hours. The Verde valley is wet but there is virtually no snow on the ground. Humboldt Has Rain HUMBOLDT. Jan. 30. Intermit tent rain and snow here today thor oughly .soaked this part of the coun ty. There- was some snow on the ground 'early today but' by early even ing it had about all melted. There was continuing rain. No Storm at Phoenix PHOENIX, Jan. 30 It was cloudy here all day, but no rain had fallen up to 9 p. m. Wlckenburg Not Hit WICKENBURG, Jan. 30. Clouds today were indications that it would raiti before the night was over. There was no snow Monday morning. 18 Inches at Flagstaff FLAGSTAFF, Jan. 30. Tonight after nearly 24 hours of storm, there was more than an 18-inch blanket of snow in this town, while in the mountains to the north and south, the- fall was "much greater. At 8:30 ' p. m. it is still snowing with increasing vigor, and by tomor row, it is expected, there will have ueen a regular old-lime storm. There are no reports at this time from the country to the cast. Hard Storm at Ash Fork van jnu. ciym iuuks i ratjon for of snow here this eveumg and it is snowing harder than ever. There was a sharp drop in tem perature with nightfall and no signs of the storm letting up. Traffic Only Sufferer WHIPPLE BARRACKS, Jan. 30. Well, this place is looking out on the white, white world. The men are well housed and warm. Some of them are enjoying the sight of an unusual snowstorm. Traffic ' throughout the hospital Is the, only sufferer front the weather, which balls up the transportation scheme. fAssociated Press NiRht Wire) i NEW YORK. Jan. 30. Jack j Dempscy will defend his heavy-! weight boxing title against, Billi.I.ren nan of Chicago in Madison .Square ! They had Garden March 17, it was announced t 'trt.ln- i STATE APPEAL-eOBRTi I four Weeks, all business set forth I in the proclamation. He intimated j- that the budget now in prepara- tion for presentation to the legis lature will contain material reduc- thc Journal-Miner vester- dav. that M.n'nr'f; Ti Alio.. 1 ' . ' occurs as announced in the treasury executive officer at Whipple Bar-1 del):irtmell( Iot;ce. w: lie reorftted racks, had been, transferred to take; here, but if he is promoted to the charge of the veterans' hospital at! headship of the big Palo Alto insti- iu.o ruio, anr, 'tution as is indicated.- his .Major Alice .last night -told this paper that he-had received no notice! Allee. if it friends J today. Managers of the pugilists stated been informed by telephone line men who were on the highway re pairing damaged lines. ;tIlL'-v would sign articles tomorrow'. Residents of Sandberg failed in an attempt to reach the stranded travelers with a team of horses. At Lebec, 15 miles from where the automobiles were, stalled, a sled was constructed and started for the automobiles. More than "four feet of snow was reported to have fallen at Lebec. ISOLATED ON TAMALPAJS SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 30 Of ficials of the Mount Tamalpais PAINTERS VOTE TAKE 20 PCI WAGE SLASH ' , lie any estimates, (Associated Press Night Wire) , Ten subjects were incorporated i CARSON. Nev.; Jan. 30. The Nc-, th eoverwg Drociamat;0 vada supreme court after hearing oral ' These ho call or kgislative action to the end that Arizona may (Associated Press Niglit Whe'i ST. LOUIS, Jan. 30. Abont 2i000 ' union painters, interior decorators ; and papcrliangers who have been ' arguments today on a- motion of At torney General Fowler 'to have the 'divorce obtained by-LMary Pickford at Minden hi March, 1920, annulled,,' j took the case tinder advisement. ! The court has 'three!.' months in which to make a decision unless the, l.casc is resubmitted before that time.' tution as is indicated will' rejoice with hinv Colonel I. M. Whenle. now in of such transfer; .he thought it had charge at Palo Alto, has been sent to been contemplated, but supposed the f Fort Bayard, it was announceiL . matter Wl ffinVu ti.,.,.!, kil r-.. tV ... . - I '""!! "t - iv(aornammon reports j Major Alice succeeded Major 15 E. i- Major E. H. Hamilton, who has i TTitiliiifr -i r. . ... rrr . .1. ', ... :. . l ..- , . - . , "f ui:.i.er ui ihc ucen-rm.- 1 uty at ureenvii e, .. c, ttdns but he declined to make pub- nni;, ,. f , ,..., ,, , . , . , ,,. . t .. nosl ,ast "11. When Major Hedding .retorted lor dutv at- Wh ran fat was transferred Fort liayard, N. Saturday. With him came Mrs. Ham-' jMcx. 'He has been here for some 'ilton and their two children, and they jtime and with his wife, has been arc noy domiciled at 310 Congress j prominent in po.n activities, and they avenue. COTTON MARKET rfUnnllK WILL t UNCOKEHEU f r- t receiving $1.25 an hour have voted 1 Railway company announced today " accept a 20 per cent wage dc that an improvised snow-plough would be started up the mountain today to rescue 18 persons, some of them guests, marooned by the snow at hotels on the mountain side and at the summit. Mount Tamalpais is 10 miles from San Francisco. crease, it was announced today. (Associated Press. Night Wire) NEW VORK. Jan. 30. Cotton clced steady at a net decline of 3o to 53 ooints at $16.45. SUCCUMBED; BODY III STATE AT MONTEVIDEO be governed more efficiently and more economically. The governor advocated in the call one of his theories on govern ments-centralization .of jdministra- 1 tive authority. This paves the way I for' considering abolition of any of fice, board or commission and brings up the question of salaries., Instead of. asking the legislature to subfrut the question of a new constitution to the people at the next general election or at a special election' called for that Purpose. Governor CampbeU requested that j Per;ons was begun today by several the legislators draft and submit 'agencies of the District of Columbia amendments to the present consti- government, with the wobahiliu- that' congress also might undertake ex- . (Associated Press relent WiK) - WASHINGTON. D..C, JauV.5u. j Investigation of the cause of" the J Knickerbocker theater di-aster which caused the 'death's of iuore than 100 I DUMMY SAFE MASKS (Associated Press Nlcht Wire) PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 30. Cracksmen placed a dummy safe of cardboard and oilcloth in the win dow of the United Motor Service ton, British explorer, lies in a hos pital here in a rough wooden coffin (Associated Press Kisht Wire) ment, which plans also to render MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay, Jan. 30 1 other honors. The bodv of Sir Eniest Shackle-'. Sir Ernest's death was sudden aud i occurred in his cabm, the day after I the arrival from Rio Janeiro at the 1 principal whaling station of South that was made for hint by Norwegian Georgia, a town of 200 inhabitants, whalers of the Island of South Gtor-1 All the way from Rio Janeiro, the tx gia, where he died on January 5. Iplorer had suffered neuralgic pains in A squad of Uruguavau soldiers his chest and back but he insisted acted a guard of honor and until that the attack was unimportant. He the body is sent to England, proba- fought off all suggestions of return bly February 1, the guard will bc ing for treatment, confident thai, the corporation today to fool the police and robbed the real safe in the rear , maintained by the Uruguayan govern-1 pains would disappear. of the plant. They escaped with a code book for making keys for igni tion locks and with $800 in money, ( bonds and jewelry. CAN BUY LIQUOR EVEN haustive inquiries. The senate is expected to act to morrcjw on a resolution by Senator Capper, republican, of Kansas, calling for an investigation by the senate com'mitfee. ers .declared they would go into every phase of the tragedy which oc curred Saturday night when the roof, TENOR IS IMPROVED (Associated Press Night Wire) NEW YORK, Jan. 30. The condi tion of Lucien Muratore, leading tenor of the Chicago Grand Opera (Associated Press Nisht Wire) WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 30. Intoxicating liquors stored in gov- ; Justice McKenna and dissented to by Justice McReynolds. Such liquor can only be transport ation. Other recommendations to be considered by the special session are: EDUCATION 1. Legislation for the mainten ance of the state educational sys tem. BANKING CODE 2. Adoption of a new banking code and a new fiscal code. INHERITANCE TAX 3. Revision of the inheritance tax law. MOTOR CAR LICENSING -4. A more equitable method of taxing and licensing automobiles j j 1-! 1 aim liiuic aacuuttic regulations gov- i it .1 1,1 n . 7 removed from the debris erning tne use ot pumic nignways by motor vehicles. PAVING COMPETITION 5. Restoration of the competi tive bid in paving. RECLAMATION 6. Legislative enactments cov ering irrigation, drainage and elec trical districts. Unless other resignations are forthcoming, in addition to those DAN CONORON IS DEAD: MS BODN IN THIS COUNTY Daniel I). Condron, aged about 40, a native son of Yavapai, passed away, at Phoenix of heart failure, an, ajl mcnt with which he had suffered lor District of ColumVia 'commission- jseeral years, friends were notified yesterday. Pioneer cattleman, contractor, buijder of his community. Mr. Condron mim- weighted with snow, fell on an audi-.bered his friends by virtually the cen- , ence ot several hundred. Not onlyjsus figures of the community. He j to fix the blame but to guard against jliad lived in Prescott for quite a a po.ssibje similar recurrence. j while, following his selling, out of Convinced that all bodies had been! his cattle holdings in the Walnut the search Grove country where,- by the way, 'for dead was halted today after 40 j he was born to the' Three" Links ; hours' work. Building Inspector Cattle company. Following this deal, j Healy ordered the walls razed at .-about four or five years ago, Mr. i company who today underwent what j-crnment bonded warehouses cannot jed from the bonded, warehouses, Jtis-j 0f Judge F. W. Perkins of Coco- I surgeons termed an imperative ope- be withdrawn by the owners for their tice McKenna stated uounced appendicitis, was 'very good" tonight. to a whole- pro-1 personal use, the supreme court to- sale druggist for sale to him for !day held in a decision delivered byVpurposes not prohibited." once as a safety precaution. A dozen persons were in hospitals reported in a critical condition, al though. E. H. Shaughnessy, second assistant postmaster general, was said tc bc greatly improved, than 100 persons sustained injuries. I Condron came north and was soon actively engaged in the contracting business. He constructed the schoot house at Humboldt. A little later he moved to Precotlt More ' with Mrs. Condron and their two W. Pickcrill. he Shantung's Long Feud Settled By Harding Proposal; Naval Treaty Terms Are Drawn (Associated Press NIBlit Wire) their scapowers in capital ships. WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 30. .. . . , . j , , . . . ' , , 1 he mediatory proposal supported Japan and China virtually settled their long-standing feud over Shan-!by Presidcnt Harding was the final tung today while plenipotentiaries of j basis on which the Japanese and Chi- the live great naval powers were coming into final agreement on the treaty by which they arc to limit nesc agreed in principle after a seven-hour session, and although some details of phraseology remained to be worked out a final settjement is expected by tomorrow night. The naval treaty test finally was completed by the uaval committee of 15 and a plenary se&stou of the arms conference was called' for AVednes-day. nino county and Dana T. Milner of Cochise county, both republicans, it is not thought the personnel of the legislature will be materially differ ent from the. regular session. MEN ENTOMBED IN CAVE-IN KID KU KLUX BROKEN UP IN SOUTHERN CITY (Associated Press Night Wire) PINEVILLE, Ky.. Jan. 30. - (Associated Press Nicht Wire) HATT1ESBURG, Miss., Jan. 30. mine explosion tonight killed four i A secret organization composed persons and may have killed or en tombed many others at Layman, 20 miles from ' here. An explosion occurred in the mine of the Layman - Calloway mines, shortly after 9 o'clock. Four bodies 'have been recovered. of small boys has been discovered and broken up at EUisville. The ; organization had a merobcrshjp of 22 ' and called ifefilf "R. A. R." (Run, African, Run). It is said, the purpose was to run negroes out of town. serious ! children. 'With W. erected the Pickerill-Condron block at the corner of Cortez and Willis streets where Mr. Pickerill conducted ja service station since about ,1917. That realty holding was transferred Hast fall to the Milligan-Weavej- in Iterests, and it was understood that Mr. Condron had removed to Wick cnburg, where he remained until quite recently. He was the son of a rancher in the Walnut Grove district, and his mother, Mrs. Abbie Condron died last summer: there were also -.one brother, surviving. Frank Condron, and two sisters, aggie .ud Mrs. Lawrence., both deceascil.- ,, Mr. Cpndron will be buri'e.dhy his J parents at Walnut Grove.