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Arizona Attorney General
Says Sims Can't Save
pi uemx. Ariz... Nov 2. Attorney
general Wiley Jones claims that at this
late da neither the superintendent ot
i n prison nor the prison physician has
. The power to save W. H. Fa 1 tin by
Making affidavit that they believe him
tu be insane. In case the execution Is
:jit carried out ton orro Jon-s said,
warden Sims will be arrested for con
t mpt of court.
The hoard of pardons yesterday re
'j&eU to grant a sta of execution in
?altia case and the date of his hang
rp in the Florence prison is set for to
i" or row
Isfcanlty 11 rn, May sale Him.
Tt wab discovered j esterda tliat par
agraph 1141. title 10. penal code of
Arizona reads as follows.
' If. arter the delivery to the super
lor execution, mere is sow.
ecson to believe that a defendant, an
U r .judmnent of death, has become in
sjre the superintendent must call
M(h fact to the Attention of the county
attorney of th1 county in which the
prison is situated, whose duty it is to
immediately filt in the superior court
of such county a petition, stating that
Die defendant is Relieved to be insane
ana asking that the question of his
s.mt be inquired into. Thereupon the
ourt must at once cause to be sum
nioneJ and empaneled from the regular
iu-- list of the cuunty a. jur of 12 per
sons to hear su.h mquirv "
TWs uas belieed to K'e Sims power
to sae the lifn of Falun and to pre-
.-nt any execution taking: place at the
1emtentiar as long a. he is super-i-
tenuert. He has always ben an
-ird-nt i-upporter of goveinor Hunt and
the Hunt anti -capital punishment
The state 1 oard of pardons and
paroles does not believe Faltin insane
It has heard pleas for a reprieve on the
ground that Faltin miht be insane.
rut ha announced positively on several
occasions that there shall be no Inter
ference, as far as the board Is con
cerned, with the sentence of the court.
Attorney Film VfTMa...
V ' Struckireer. attorney for
Fa.lt 1 1.. appeared before the board at
an i.iformal meeting Wednetdaj after -
mor He presented tliree affidavits
roi. persons who had talked with
Louis Beckton, one of the Witnesses at
the Faitm trial, hut did not succeed in
changing the attitude of the board.
Beckton was confined in the Mari
copa ount jail with Faltin but was
onvicted of manslaughter and sent to
hp- penitentiary before Faltin's trial
'egn He was brought back and
testified that Fmltin had made a com- i
plte confession to him The affidavits
uattd simply that Faltin had told the
wieners, after testifying, that he would
-ot have given testimony had he not
Thought that it would aid him in se-
uring an early parole. He did not
state that he had perjured himself.
Vttoi-ney general Wiley Jones says
!x without Beckton's testimony there
as sufficient evidence to convict
Kenneen May lie Respited.
Tt is probable that the execution of
"V W. Kenneen. now under sentence
to be hanged December 16. will again
be del.ijed. He was granted a stay of
ecation by the board of pardons in
nrder that his smniv might be inquired
vto b a iury of 12, as provided by
Iw Judge O. J. Baucrhn. of Pinal
count; has notified the board that the
AMONC close friends and relatives, a
photograph is the most appreciated
The sqmck arrival of Christmas after
Thanksgiving causes us to remind $oa that
pen should make that appointment norr.
Satufy tebe gift obligations bv sending
iswfre portraits of yourself to t&che
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The Levy Grocery Co.
Give Thanks to the Public for
Their Liberal Patronage and
Trust a Continuance of Same.
See Our Ad in Friday
II FIELD Tt
Capt. Lear's MounfMakes
Perfect Score in Horse
Rivalry is keen among the officers
of the United States army for hono-s in
the Horse Show wnlcn will be held at
TTathlnptnn nnel- Trlrlai' an Sarnrdnv I
The army officers have some of the ! "Vlosednoon' Wh"e "
tSStJSHrJfSSorSS ' L"" ThankWng services ere
StJS1, Vi?J f T?.ah b?L i M ""-ee churches while th. rhur. h
horses for the Horse Show. As a num- f gc CIement .j tne usual Thanks
ber of these horses won prltes. cups . Jvinc- service at 18 oelock Thursda
and ribbons at the San FnucIco expo- 'rnfnf?erTih:e nto. un.on "en ite
sition cavalry games, the '' '" , "aTbiSi at ft First Baptist church
the officers- charger class and other whtre Rev. J. E. Abbott, pwtor of the
army horse classes at the show Friday , "Westminster Presbyterian church le
and Saturday is unusually . keen, both , uJTfS1 the sermon of thanks. Assist-
The field test of the officers' chargers
for the Horse Show was held Thursday
morning at Fort Bliss. The ride or IB
.- . . . . . . A I,,..,.. anjt
. . .MS A thrtu iiimnz two
hurdles, three feet, nine Inches high
and one water jump of & ditch eight
feet wide. The field test counts 49
points, the schooling test, which will
tw heM Pridav mornine at Fort Bliss I
will count 36 points and the jumping .
test. which will be held at the horse !
show will count 34 points. I
In the field test Cosmocrat. ridden I
by Capt. Ben Lear, of the eighth cav- '
alrv. won test with the Derfect score of .
46 points. Dick, ridden by Lieut W. I
W. West, jr.. of the 13th avalry. came
second, scoring 39 1-2 points. Third I
place was tied for at "8 points, by i
Cayuse, ridden by Lieut K. N. Hardy. I
of the eighth cavalry, and Monterey, I
ridden by Capt. Harry X. Cootes, of the ,
13th cavalry. j
Pinal trial jury has been dismissed till
December 13. The board will probably
recommend to the governor a further
stay till December 54.
TO SHOW CHICKENS
UNDER A BIG TENT
Between 10W and 1IM birds will be
entered for the fifth annual exhibition
of the Kl Paso Poultry association,
which is to be held December 1. !. 3
and 4. Entries will come from points
I in various parts of Texas. New Mexico.
Arizona and UKJanoma. An oraer nas
been nlaced for W6 double coops with a j
firm in Syracuse. Jf. Y- and they are
expected to reach here witnin tn nexi i
The .wcifltion is still in doubt as
to where the exhibition will be held.
Arrangements were recently made for
a building on Mills street, but it was
found Wednesday that the building
was not available, and unless some
other vacant building can be secured
the exhibition will be held in a large
army tent pitched on vacant property
near the business district.
Entries will close at midnight Friday,
and all birds will be placed on exhi
bition br midnight of the 39th. The
judging will be conducted behind closed j
doors on tne svxn ana on yrecanfri a i t uunue, in uaj.
the exhibit will be open to the public j 3Iany Trnkeys Conxnmcu.
When the doors are thrown open to the All of the hotels served turkey dta
public the awards and ribbons will all ! ners Thursday and there were many
have been slaced. I family reunions and dinenrs In homes
a P. Van Winkle, licensed judge, will f the city. At Fort FJj and in Camp
reach El Paso on the 2U from San Cotton all of the tilers stationed
ewsc hrft h. has been Judging : In these two camps were served with
FiKS; Wf.t, S -rfllSnK ff turkey dinners Thursday at noon. The
r-.ntii of Columbus. Ohio, secretary ,
0? Artlrh Pottilr? asoetethS !
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JueVe Van Winkle has been' judge of
the El Paso exhibits on several previous
Papers For Specials j
Banks and Stores Close
Three Union Services;
Baskets for Poor.
Thanksgiving day was observed in
El Paso as a general holiday. The
banks closed for the day. the postofficc
closed at 11 oelock for the remainder
of the daV. manv Of the StOreS reiHa.ll
inc in the services downtown were
Rev. J. F. Williams, of the First Bap
tist church: Rev. Ferry J. Rice, of the
Christian church- Rev. Chirhv Leslie
Overstreet. of the First Presbyterian
church: Rev W. F. Packard, of the
Trinity Methodist church. Rev O. J.
Wade, of the Calvary-Houston Square
Baptist church and Re. Herman J.
Porter, of the First Methodist church
Special Thanksgiving music was given
ar hic .u.r4-. mnH it wi nrtniled b
a croWd which filled the Masoff.n ave-
The suburban union serviies were
i,ejd at the Kast El Iso Presbyterian
church and at the Highland Park
Methodist church. At the East El ,
Paso Presbyterian church Re . J. It .
.lien. of the Austin Park Christian
church, delivered the Thanksgiving '
sermon and was assiste-1 in the serv- j
jces bv the ministers of that s-cfon.
At the Highland Park Method'st
church Rev. W. C. BaOer. of the Aitura
. i tr. S4jte.i:'n cou cu. uitat ci c.c .i
mon. special music was also given ai
crowds attended these as well as the i
At the Sixth infantry ojmp the sol
diers held a Thanksgiving service
which was in charge of chaplain John
A. Randolph. The Sixth infantry or
chestra played appropriate music for
this service and chanlain Randolph
preached on -Thanksgiving." Special
vocal music was also giten at this
service which was attended by hun
dreds of soMiers.
The sch'oiF c,o fvr th enre
day. the city hall closed at noon for
the remainder ol tne aay ana tne
,rts dismissed for the entire day.
The cty council met at 10 oelock. beard
tne reading of the minutes of the pre-
viou meeting and then adjourned for
IlaKkets for Poor.
The Woman's Charity association
distributed a baskets to the poor of
the city Thursday as a part of its
charity work This is an annual cus
tom and the baskets are distributed
after a list is carefully prepared The
school children of the city contributed
to these baskets bv taking food to
school. The Christian Endeavor so
ciety of the First Christian church
also distributed, baskets to the poor
and manv other' baskets were distrlb-
i.rtn.l itkiHP.nAnt KAtivht
quartermaster aepartmeni ooognt
pounds t tw.r to?uP?Ir
uaiiEtuiaoiEi Mvyni mvm wneHt v,
soldiers with plenty of turkey. The 1
soldiers had litft to do Thu-sday, as '
all regular drills and everything else
biit the neceeasry duties were sus
pended for the day.
The 163 inmates of the county hospi
tal were given a turkev dinner with
all the trimmings by superintendent
McDanlels at noon Thursday. The din
ner was complete as to all the trim-
cings. The nurses and members of (
the staff had their ThanksgiUng din- 1
ner In a dining room reserved for their ,
-U C .1 -.I...... A .. .11 '
Htt. jiauy ll LUC JWilCUU V.VIV IW 111
to partake of turkey, but superintend
ent McDanlels states that there was a
splendid display of appetite among the
old men and women of the poor farm
40 Short Termers Given
Liberty On Thanksgiving
Forty short time prisoners at the
City Jail were released Thursday at '
Soon by order of judge Paul E. Thomas
of the corporation court in observance
of Thanksgiving day.
The release is a usual Thanksgiving
custom in the municipal courts of most
of the larger American cities.
MIKADO PAYS HOMAGE TO
MEMORY OF LATE EMPEROR
Kioto, Japan. Nov. 25. Emperor To
shihKo, who paid a visit to the mauso
leum of emperor Jimmu at Mount Une
W. Nara, yesterday, proceeded today
to Kushimi to pa" homage before the
mausoleum of the late emperor Mutsu
Mfo, at Joraoyania- The emperor and
court ourneved to Fushimt bv a special
train from Kioto station, where huge
welcoming crowds collect!.
Or. v two x-e-s h- e e1-- Ked since
the remains of the late sovereitm were
interreH at Momoviima and but one i
?ear later empress Haruko. his consort. I
o lowed her husband and aa buriojd l
Upon arrival at Momovaina station.
th epiper" dove to the mauso1eu.it
Sround. Alifhtinff at the foot of the '
bill he proceeded to the sacred precinct l
of the mausoleum. The crown prince .
and all princes and pnnceses of the ,
imperial family followed his majesty
and the whole court escorted the im
The ceremonials beinp concluded the
emperor left the mausoleum and visit
ing the Kastern Mausoleum, proved for
the repose and happiness of the spirn I
of empress Haruko.
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In Six Parts, by THOS. H. INCE, featuring
A picture with many scenes that equal those in
"The Birth of a Nation."
Shows start 11:00 a. m., 12:30 p. m., 2:00, 3:30,
5:00, 6:S0, 8:00, 9:30.
Admission Twenty-five Cents.
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Los Aneeles. Calif.. Nov. 25. Police
reserves were called out here twice last
night to suppress street fighting be
tween students of the Los Angeles
Polytechnic high schools and their
sympathisers. Polytechnic defeated Los
Angeles nigh 3 esteroay at iggiuui am
j won the city championship.
Whenever You Xerd a General Tonic
Take Grove's !
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless 1
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General Tonic beca-ise It contains the
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The weather mav change but the
quality of our toal ee remains the
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Mr. Farnnm play two distinctly
different characters which ap
pear on the screen at the same
SATURDAY Charlie Chaplin in
a brand new comedy,
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Joshua S. Raynolds, President
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to our many patrons for their pro
nounced appreciation of our efforts
toward a higher standard of
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patronage for the Congress and Pullman tires
and we are also truly thankful that the factory
has again supplied us with a complete stock of
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