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SO NORA SIFTINGS. t, rn'-f i r t; f-.r f. I ; - ) r! tot Mr, iff III ! i ! r 1 ,i r.i ,i i A Collection of Happenings in the State Over the Line. Mr Charles Wall, niacin ni-t at Minas I'rietas, has this week re turned from a visit in the east. The Sonora lire wing Company of llermosillo, was awarded a gold medal at the St. Louis Exposition. At Altar, last Saturday, Newton Brown, the American who had been incarcerated since June 21st of last year, for the accidental shoot ing of his mining partner, another American named Swenson, was re leased from confinement, his sent ence having expired. DonEmilio Ferreira, many years past prefect of the Altar district, has retired from the post so ably rilled, and will remove to the city of llermosillo, where he will here after reside. Don Jose A. Moreno, heretofore preside nte of the mun icipality of Altar, has been ad vanced to the prefecture. JvUt !e;t:'Ii, thcl'r ir t ittif-; in ;i rt a i 1 th' ini'.'a'( l land im'-v undrr cul tivation in Southern California. Time million of dollars hail ben Mcur'd by the National Irrigation j l. ...... . - - Association to create a great irriga- j U H C I ; tion system to reclaim all that vast ! nOOdlCcS, UiZX 1)0., IIIC. 1 . . in (in I area, a nnncinalitv in useli. inree American House, City Meat Market, la Colorada, Sonera. . .h. s'lt.v, rn.p. fhailmart.'rs for Americans. Finest Wines, Liquor' and Cigars. UH( NO Mf iIHI f , f resit Mr..ns o! .ill Kinds Kwhwl Ddil nil()n!iTS DrliviKfl rrOI!!)!ll. A rloiio. An Enthusiastic Meeting and a Power ful Argument. Thursday evening Hon. George H. Maxwell, chairman of, the ex ecutive committee of the National Irrigation Association, addressed the people of Nogales in behalf of Hon. B. A. Fowler, republican no minee for congress. Armory Hall was filled with a large and appre ciative audience that closely fol lowed the address of the eloquent speaker, liberally punctuating his talk with enthusiastic applause as telling points were frequently pre- senieu. i In the unavoidable absence of the chairman of the republican -county committee, Doctor Kay Ferguson, the meeting was called to order by Mr. E. L. Crowell, one of the executive committee, who introduced Mr. George K. French to preside. In a terse and appropriately worded speech Mr. French took charge of the meeting and pre sented the, following list of vice presidents: E. Titcomb. 11. EKey, R. S. Shumwav, E. Baker, J. H. Pome- rov, Harry Williams, Ramon as- quez. J. B. Bristol, A. R. Morawetz, W. R. Sprecher, A. L. Peck. Then the chairman introduced the Fowler Glee Club, which sang with telling effect a couple of origi nal songs, replete with political allusions, both national and local, which were received with the wild cat applause. The work of the glee club is surely very telling. It con sists of these eight gentlemen: W. G. Seoville, C. C. Kingsley, A. G. Ellis, E. L. Crowell, Milton J'iohall, W. R. Sprecher, Wm. Young. Mrs. Lulley assisted the club, playing the accompaniment. The songs sung were to the airs of America-America," and "The Soldier's Farewell." Then Mr. Maxwell was intro duced, and during an hour and a half he closely held the interest of the audience with a clear account of the scope and operations of the Natioifal Irrigation Association, what it had already done for Ari zona (having secured expenditure by government of six millions of loilars for irrigation and land re clamation) and what it further hopes to do for the territory (secure expenditure within the millions more, have been secured for the Tonto Basin project to com plete reclamation of the Salt River Valle. The two great valleys along the Gila, the Santa Cruz valley, he San Pedro, the Little Colorado, the Hassayampa and others, remain to receive money appropriations for development of irrigation works and reclamation. All this led up to the point that Mr. Fowler, the republican nom inee, being an active worker in the National Irrigation Association has contributed greatly to what lias been already done, and will con tinue to contribute to what is to be done; but that he should be elected to represent Arizona in congress because with the van tage ground given him in that post he can work toward the great ends in view more effectively. Upon the other hand Mark Smith came forward with a record of twelve years of fruitless effort and failure in congress, and asks Purest mill B. ft Water in tin- t'niu-a Stutt s. Corn jim rMtive Tests by Prof. kii'ltHnlj-iiii, Huston. Office on Money Avenue. NOGflLES, flWIZ. 4 another term to do some more failure. Six terms Mark has been elected upon promise to secure! statehood for Arizona, in winch ne has registered failure every time; and now he asks to be elected the seventh time to go on to Washing ton and defeat statehood. ! Mr. Maxwell paid his respects to Mr, Smith in the matter of the proposed joint debate, showing bow Mr. Smith, in his speech at Benson Saturday last, expressed desire, to meet Mr. Maxwell and j ; address the public from the same platform. That led to the tele gram Mr. Smith read from the stage of the Nogales opera house Monday night. Then and there Mr. Smith accused Mr. Maxwell of acting in bad faith, knowing Mr. Smith's dates were all filled, and that he could not accept. Mr. Maxwell stated further that upon Tuesday Mr. Smith was wired at Benson that if he would meet Mr. Maxwell at Douglas Wednesday evening, at which place Mr. Smith was billed to speak, Mr. Maxwell, who spoke there Tuesday evening, would remain and meet him m joint debate Wednesday evening. Mr. Smith did not reply, so Mr. Maxwell came along to Nogales Wednesday evening. After termination of the address the audience was dismissed, but many remained to meet Mr. Max well,' who held an informal reception. Yesterday the gentleman went to Benson, where he delivered an address and another at St. Davids at evening. All who heard Mr. Maxwell in Nogales were deeply impressad with the force and effectiveness of his argument. The gathering was one of the most successful political meetings ever known m rsogales. COFFEE Best way to name coffee fs from the roaster; give him the credit and hold him re sponsible. Schilling' Ret it a Rood foot-re! t measure our rci.ef MitU. Y. BONILLKS a usi s a us disui. it. NGGALES SONORA - MEXICO A Spivialty Matlu of Purveys of Lan.l (irantis Minim: Property ami Underrouiiil Work. . . 0 0. S.. Harper A 1.FRE1KJ MOVTKVERPE, V O. S. HARPER & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS AND MINING BROKERS L. S. KEMPHER, Mining Engines. DilODORO Df. 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