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PERSONAL USE CASE PHOENIX, Sept 23. In spite or the recent action of the superior court of Gila county in a "personal use" li quor case, Attorney General Wiley E. Jones has notified all the county at torneys of the state to continue to enforce the prohibition amendment without reference to whether the li quor is introduced for personal use. Although notice of appeal has been filed in the Gila court, the attorney general stated yesterday that he did not expect to carry the case to the supreme court. A better complaint in which the question of the introduc tion of personal use would be clearly defined would, he said, be taken into the supreme court for decision. And meanwhile, county attorneys, with the exception of the Gila county prosecu tor, are instructed to stand pat and enforce the law, regardless of "per sonal use" explanations. The case in question is brought, by the state against Sam Yahura for in troducing intoxicating liquor into Ari- bulgar1a not yet ready to Jump in LONDON, Sept. 23. The move which may solve the riddle in the Balkans Bulgaria's mobilization struck London with-dramatic sudden ness. Afternoon newspapers refrain ed from comment, however. Neutral readers of these publications except for drawing their own conclusions in the large heads, would be none the wiser as to whether England regarded the developments preliminary to a victory for the central powers or meraf ly another overnight turn of the Serbian-Greece-Bulgarian negotiations. The consensus of opinion is that al though the Bulgarian army is on the move, Bulgaria has not yet s. cast in her lot with one side or the other, but is still neutral and waiting, but armed. : Overheard at the Chautauqua. Ed.: "Have you an engagement for tonight?" Ethel: "Why, yes; I was rather expecting Jack to propose." - CLIFTON MINERS AND COMPANIES TO CONFER CLIFTON, Sept. 23 . At mass meet ings of the employes of the three large mining companies held sepaartely to day, committees composed of 7 men each were chosen, which will act jointly with the mine managers pro vided a conference can be arranged. It is generally understood tonight that if a .conference can be arranged the committee will not ask for recognition of the Western Federation of Miners, at least not at this time. It is well known, however, that each member of the joint committee is a member of the Western Federation or allied unions. LEGAL NOTICE Subscribe for the Examiner Subscribe for the Examiner Apparently, the war is set tling down to an endurance contest. Los Angeles (CaU) Tribune. It is not well to be too opti mistic. Congress meets in December. Phite. Evening Ledger. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION No. 0984 Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office, at Phoenix, Arizona, Sept. 8, 1915. Notice is hereby given that Malcolm B. Fraser, of Wellton, Arizona, who on Sept. 22, 1908 made desert land entry, No. 0984, for SW; WSE; Section 27, Township 8 S., Range 18 W., G. & S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final desert proof,, to establish claim to the land above described, before George W. Norton, U. S. Commissioner, at Yuma, Arizona, on the 26th day of Oc tober, 1915. Claimant names as witnesses:' Charles M. Hindman, of Yuma; and Wm. G. Fraser, Kenneth G. Fraser, Henry W. Fraser, all (3) of Wellton, Arizona. THOMAS F. WEEDIN, Register. The Sentinel, Yuma, Arizona, 5 weeks; First publication, Sept. 9; last pub lication, Oct. 7. Subscribe for the Examiner i Housewives Cut your work in with a - Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet No more steps to pantry; no more steps to cupboard; less steps to cellar Homes Furnished on the Easy Installment Plan Why pay all at one time when it is so convenient to furnish your home complete ly arid pay as you go Let us tell about it NOW E. F. SANGUINETTI FURNITURE DEPT.