Vi - Lv:. 'L-4tf
Saturday, August I 1 , joh
fniiil cl:iu.n in tin r'iit('iM() cm
lriunl in tlic rj'.Milutiou.
Then there uih offered another
motion t luljoiiru. Hut the people
responsible for the double commit
teo meet i nil were determined to
carry out as lv as possible their
program mo for delivery of the
republican party into the hands of
the democracy for the coming elec
tion, and Mr. Anderson offered a
motion to adopt the second and
third clauses of the democratic
programme, as set forth in the
proposition, as it came through the
conference committee. That was
to provide the permanent commit
tee from both parties to fight state
hood, and to recommend the
county conventions to divide the
delegates to the constitutional con
vention. Upon that proposition
the battle again raged fiercely.
Messrs. Gaddis, Dysart, Hubbell,
Hogue, Molloy, Bird and Atkinson
all opposed the proposition with
all the vigor at their command.
When it came to a vote seven
deserted the programme; three
went over to the opposition and
four refrained from voting. The
result, as recorded in the roll call
was twenty-nine for the proposi
tion, and eighteen against. About
thirty-eight per cent of the vote
cast going on record against the
infamous proposition, and forty
three per cent refusing to support
Then the committee adjourned
tfine die, and the great political
tnake dance was over.
Now then to sum up the work
done. What is the result? Why,
a republican territorial committee
in Arizona has tabled a resolution
to support the policy of1 the nation
al administration; and has adopted
a programme for a co ilition with
the democracy against that de
clared policy of its own party. No
wonder that old veteran republican,
Captain Hogue, characterized the
whole affair as ''an infamous per
formance." But the anti-statehood push, in
both democratic and republican
parties have received a staggering
blow. Upon the democratic side
they secured unanimity by exclud
ing in advance twenty-two per
cent of the membership of Iheir
governing body; and upon the
republican side they found twenty
nine per cent arrayed in a solid
front against them, linding also
that forty-three per cent were op
posed to the extreme measures they
propose. With those two meetings
of representative men from
both parties there have vanished
into ihin air the claim that "lwt
live per cent of the people of Ari
zona are in favor of joint-statehood."
And the result that will
show when the ballots are counted
out of the boxes on the sixth of
November, will give them a far
greater shock. "Things look good
LOOKING FOR ROUTE.
Southern Pacific Surveyors Inspect
ing Country North of Nacozari.
Benson Press: News reached
Douglas Thursday that one of the
parties of Southern Pacific sur
veyors who have been surveying
routes south of Nacozari for several
weeks is now working in the can
3'on several miles west of the Na
cozari mining camp and the
I' rioiitiM of lh N k niirl r.iilfn id,
'I he ( anyoti in nhi b th party
i how ruithin a Iim would t ii k
the route into Ihr Niro,tN atlVoli
between Nacoari and Ctllnjiu.
doing we.t and north thi route
could reach the Nacoari line at
Krontera or it could Kving farther
west and go to Caninea over fairly
This is the third route over
which Southern Pacific surveyors
have gone during the last year,
indicating a desire to find a, favor
able line south into Mexico from
the American border. The first
line surveyed went south from the
San Bernardino ranch eighteen
miles east of Douglas. It is learn
ed on good authority that this
route was found a very expensive
one and hardly practicable.
Nearly two months ago several
surveying parties went south
through Douglas, and went to Moc
tezuma and started a survev north
form that point. Another stopped
at Nacozari and started a route
south from that point and went
down the canyon to Cumpas and
from there south until they met
the party coming north from Moc
tezuma. The appearance of the surveying
party west of Nacozari might be
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report recently given out by a
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effect that the Southern Pacific
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biui'l (it'iint. Miniim Property
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