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Meets In flagstaff November 14. 15
and 10 A Large Attendance of
the fraternity Expected.
The Masonic giand lodge will
hold its session in Flagstaff next
week commencing Tuesday, an.1
the local lodge of Masons are pre
paring to give them a suitable re
ception and see that thiy arj
properly enter.ainjd waile here.
The visiting bretlurn are e
pected to arrive Monday, and
that at least one-hundred and fifty
members of the order are to
It will be the twenty-fourth an
nual communication of grand
lodge F. & A. M. The sixth an-
General Committee on Arrange-
ments E. S. Miller, A. E. Doug
lass, F. J. Jack, Lida E. Pulliam,
Mary Mayflower, Jennie Bayless. j
Reception T. E. Pollock, F.
J. Jack, G. H. Coffin, A. N. Tay-,
lor, J. S. Amundsen, F. S. lireen.
District Attorney Ashurst prints Re
port of Examiner as Relates
to Mis Office.
To the Public.
District attorney traveling ex
penses no items same being
criminal case amount $6.
"August 22d, 1905. Martin Bug
geln makes affidavit for a search
warrant for the recovery of
The editor of the Williams horses on pasture at a place called
News," for some time has in- Cieneira, about 75 miles south of
I Entertainment EliGiclas, W, dulged in friendly criticisms of me Flagstaff and about 40 miles east
H. Anderson, T. E. Pullbm, G. for the alleged reason that I would 0f Prescott, in Yavapai countv
H. Coffin, Julius Herman, A. E. not give him, for publication, the and under the instruction or the
Douglass. j Territorial Public Examiner's re- district attorney the search war-
, Refreshment C. A. Haffly, E. port. In the editor's good natured rant was issued and placed, in the
F. Kapanke, T. J. Coalter, Sarah way he insinuates that: "The hands of the sheriff and served,
E. Manning, Eva M. Kidd, Lida democratic district attorney's re- and bv the advise and cnnjpni nf
, . ...
li. rulliam. 1 fusal to publish the
be' Transportation A. H.
jonn runucan, k. j. a rev. for self protection" and further Buirtrelr
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mire as others are in the mud'
and he hints at various dark and
sinister things that he thinks the
report ought to contain against
It certainly would afford me
report is the district attorney the foreiroimr-
V1ttflf arltiAla a 4 ! l rt 1 ah ' t 1
..-..., cviucmi) uidut uuuuKji a ucaucjinetnoa 01 recovery was adopted
jfor self protection" and further iBuggeln has made no deposit noi
Territorial fair Notes.
Col. James H. McClintock an
nual session of order of Eastern nounces that he has completed ar
Star. The sixteenth ommunica- rangements for the competitive
lion of R. A. M. and the thirteenth drill between the national guards me
annual conclave of the grand com- Normal school and Indian school great gratification to give rest and
inandery. cadets. There will be six com- comfort to the editor's perturber
The followingis the program of P-nies entered besides the band. spirit and publish all of the report
the session: ,T1,e drill w'11 ,)e ior a trophy and but such action on my part would
10 a. m. Tuesday, November 14, tl,e Arizona Territorial fair cham- not be compatible with official
iqos, Court House Hall Grand pionship. duty and propriety, so "I'll chide
Lodge, ol Arizona F. & A. M. The b'K drilling contests for the no man but myself against whom
Ky.30 a., m.. Masonic Hall All championships of Arizona are at- I know the most faults" and since
ladies of Eastern Star will meet tractinjr. much attention amongthe 1 maynot publish all of the report
tfor the purpose of visiting Cliff miners of the territory, and there J publish herewith such parts of
Dwellings. ,wi,1 no doubt, be entries trom all the same as draw blame and dis-
12 noon, Court House Hall tl,e big camps. Several of the approval upon myself while mod
All Masons meet for the purpose prominent mining men of the terri- estly precludes me from mention
of visiting Cliff Dwellings. . , tory have been asked to be present jnir any parts of the report as may
7:30 p. m., Court House Hall at the fair and conduct these con- be commendatory of me. I invite
Grand Lodge of Arizona F. & t"Sts. j the confidence of my fellow-citzens
A. M. I The several counties of the ter- and request them carefully to per-
10 a. m. Wednesday, November ritory are now represented by fair use the subjoined items.
15, 1905, Court House Hall commissioners as follows: Apa- "March 31st, 1905, the sheriff,
Grand Lodge of Arizona F. & cne, j l Hubbell, Uanado; Coco- by the advise and direction of the
A. M.
10 a. m., Masonic Hall All
no deposit nor
in any manner ottered to reim
burse the county officials for the
service to be rendered and the
costs will be made a county
(note by Ashurst, the costs
amounted to about $40.)
"A number of slot machines of
large size, paying money when a
plajer is fortunate enough to win,
instead of checks for trade are
in operation throughout Coconino
county and none have ever paid a
gambling, tax as is provided for
br paragraph 2868 R. S. of A.
1 001.
This slot machine game-is one
of percentage The machine con
tains money to be played for,
constitutes a bank-roll. Machines
of a similar character have paid
such licenses in Maricopa county
and else-where throughout the
territory, were any in operation.
"The district attorney of Coco
nino county was instructed to di-
nmo, V A Melick, Williams; district attorney collected from rect ine snenn 01 mat county to
Cochise, W B Kelly, Bisbee; Gra- i. w. Pavne. a saloon-keener. a ""mediately proceed to collect a
ladies of Eastern Star meet for the ham, Luther Green, Solomonville; C0Unty license tax of 33-35 being!" y- I,cense fl.ax on.t.a.H "If
, ... . f:i r.i ? 'i,..i.. r u . r . . r -r. , , , chines in operation within the
purpose of visiting some point of u,la friaries l. xajior, uioDe, for the months of February and'rmmtv nr raCP, i, c-m u
Maricopa, John R Norton, Phoe- March 1905.
i-ci.iuai,) aim countv
Payne began busi- 'closed.
or cause the same to be
1. ... - - "
2 p. m., Court House Hall M. n,x and A J "eters, Tempe; ness at Flagstaff, February first I A few days after my departure
E. Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Mohave, Anson H Smith, King- and should have procured, in ad- lJPm, Flagstaff to Holbrook the
; Masons of Arizona. man; Navajo, W H Burbage, vance, a quarterly li :ense tax of d'tZ f"w-?r r"?
, . m.. rm Hn Hn.l-.Winslow; Pinal, W B Twitchell.'an. .!lOQ,,,,amand F aPtaf
' - .... . . .. , --- ucrniission 10 run ineir sioi ma-
"Fees by district attorney to chines without the payment of
Grand Co mmandery Knights Kelvin; Pima.W N Breakenridge,
Templars of Arizona. l ucscn; banta Cruz, L Titcomb,
7:30 p. m., Masonic Hall Nogales; Yavapai, Frank Wright,
J3rand Chapter Order Eastern ' Prescott; Yuma, W .E Marvin,
Star. - I Yuma. These gentlemen will see
. 10 a. m. Thursday, November! that their several counties are rep-
16, 1905, Court House Hall .resented Dy proper exhibits. Ihey
Grand Lodge of Arizona F. &
A. M.
10 a. m., Masonic Hall Grand
Chapter Order Easter Star of Ari
zona. 2 p. m., Masonic Hall Grand
Chapter Order Eastern Star.
7 p. m., Masonic Hall Grand
Canyon Chapter No. 4, will enter
tain all visitors. ,
Friday morning an excursion
train will leave .for the Grand Can
yon of Arizona.
are the official boosters."
No doubt the greatest harness
race at the fair will be the free-for-all
pace, which is known as the
"Bisbee Stake." There are ten
entries and they include Hazel
Patch, with a record of 2.02 3-4,
Zolock, 2.05 1-4 and Sallle Pointer
2.1 1. Colonel Greene has two in
this race that are not marked, and
J. C. Adams has his horse, Cus
ter, said to be the fastest owned in
the territory. This will be a great
attorney to chines without the payment
clerk of supreme court paid in the J a license tax. Upon my return
Perrin case, no receipt shown to Flagstaff and learning of the
.situation 1 remonsiraiea wun ine
aisinci aiiorney regaraing nis
amount 20.
Hn" 1 - ..
uisinci auuruey expenses 10 action.
Phoenix and return in the man-1 "He stated that he wished me to
damns case, not sworn to no give him a written order directing
him to instruct the sheriff to close
the machines or collect a license
items amount $575.
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uisiiici aiiuuic caijciisc iu,, 1 .!.:
Williams and return in a criminal ! "t declined to issue the letter, as
case. no items not sworn to it was requested onlv for the nur-
amount $3.85.
"Certain law books for district
attorney's office are not a county
charge. The books are now in
the district attorney's office.
"Ths district attorney allowed to
J. O. Harrington, justice of the
peace fees amounting to $12.40
in excess of the $5 limit.
pose ot shitting the responsi
bility for the order to enforce the
collection of the lax. So far as I
could learn just before I left Flag
staff, the machines were still in
operation." ,
Now, the above is submitted to
the candid and fair consideration
of the citizens of this county.
Henrv F. Ashurst.

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