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PHOENIX. Nov. IS
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ftctv OI1Y COUNCIL
TAKES OVER THE REINS
Tombstone now has a uew set ot
Citj Dads and they were installed
liiii nifetit at the council chambers,
according to the Clt Charter wmcu
calls (or installation ol city officer
wiuun a Certain uine alter election.
Both old and new council and may
ors were credent, the termer to turn
oter their duties and the latter ready
to receite them trom the outgoing
Alter the old council, composed of
F. Kucheubeucer. major, and V. i
u. uumore. ana w. at. cavauaugn.
councilmeu. who were present. Mr.
nui,neb ana -ur. ttiibon oemg aoseui.
auaited all bills up to dale, and com'
pleted all unnmshed business. Major
Kucbenbecker arose and announced
that the) were ready to turn oter to I
the new officers the city government.
The new council, composed ot Mayor
elect Guj C. Welch, and councilmen
elect 11. L. Hutchison, first ward. W.
G. Gllmore. third ward; (Councilman
Hughes of second ward being absent
in Phoenix) and K. V. Saunders, ot
tbe fourta ward, were ready to take
the oath and the old council having
adjourned sine die, the new officers
received their charge Of office, and
took their seats. Ketlrlng Mayor W.
F. Kuchcnbecker, on behalf of him
tell and councilmen, congratulated
Ma) or Welch and the councilmen on
their election, and closed by wishing
them all success possible In the ad
ministration of the city government
Major Welch responded, thanking
him and assuring him that it would
be the endeavor of the sew officer
to give the city a clean, strict bual
u administration as had been the
policy in the past.
Appointments were then In order
and Major Welch, placed tbe names
of 1L L. Hutchison for clerk, and W.
G. Gllmore for treasurer, in nomina
tion, who were unanimously elected,
and will assume their duties when
their bonds are approved. The dif
ferent committees were then appoint
ed bj Major Welch as follows: Street
fire and water, R. V. Saunders, chair
man; Health and licenses, H. L.
Hutchison, chairman; finances, W. O.
Gllmore, chairman; the balance ot
the councilmen being named on each
committee. Appointment of night
watchman w as held until the first reg
ular meeting in December, and the
salary of City Marshal was fixed at
S125 per mnoth. No other business
being up before the council adjourn
ment was taken until the first Tues
day in December.
The old council has the honor of
hacving retired from office with more
money in both general and street
funds that tor the past twenty years,
showing a good business administra
tion, and while the new council in
tends to follow along strict business
lines, plans are being drawn np for
the Immediate expenditure of moneys
from the street fund tor permanent
work on the streets, this being the
first time that a council has had a
street fund to work from, the street
tax ordinance having taken effect but
a short time ago.
ALBUQUERQUE, Nov. 15 The of
ficers of the Coronado Forest In Ari
zona are drawing up a complete work
ing plan to develop the recreational
possibilities of the Catalina moun
tains. Fifty cottage sites will be
ready for occupancy by 1717. A
total of three hundred cottage sites
will be available in the forests Of Ari
zona and New Mexico "by spring. It
is reported that the demand for cot
tage sites opened last spring on the
Pecos river In New Mexico baa ex
ceeded tbe supply.
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TWO BABIES 1 RAVEL
21.000 Ml1 FS ALONE
I 'MA. No- 15 Unde- di.'e of
Not ember 4th. a Mitchell, South Da
kota, dispatch carries the following
interebtlng new ltm, in that it con
cerns the children of a well known
"After traeling alone mom hjn
20.000 miles this jear, two baby trav
elers, Ginetra Benner. 10 jear old.
and Ramond Benner. 9 jeara old.
hate arrived in Mitchell from It'ieuos
Aires, Argentina. They left tbe
South American city Oct. 5, cau.e to I
.-sew onc on me steamer vu.cxire. i
and thence came by rail to Mitchell. I
wnere me) win enter scnooi t)
round trip traveling the children hit el
missed summer this jear. The) set ,
out for South America in the spring, j
and found it winter there
mer approached in the southern con- (
linenL they set out again for South I
Dakota and winter. Their father is
In Una, Arizona, where he is con
nected with an Ice plant. Their
mother is In Buenos Aires "
TWO FINE HORSES
DOUGLAS. Nov. 15 Horse nist I
ling which was believed to be on the ,
decline, has become evident again
with the report of PIrtletille officers
that two fine animals belonging to
Mrs Helen Hernandez were stolen
Saturday night. No trace of the
torses has been obtained up to this
time, although officers on both sides
of the border hate been furnisted
t ilk a description.
They are described as being a bay
with a white star on tbe forehetd. i
branded AM on the left hip. The
other is a black, branded LA EH en.
tie left hip The sheriff has tct.
:ik '!,ea anl local officers wero tuso
PREPARING TO CANVASS
Clerk A. C. Karger and .Assistant
E. C. Porter are busy these dajs pre
paring for the official cant ass of the
vote of the recent general election,
when the board ot supervisors meets
Monday to conduct tbe cant ass. When
it is understood that the tote for each
candidate In each precinct must be
checked over, and that there are flfty
tvio precincts In Cochise county. It
can readily be seen that canvassing
the vote Is no small job, and will re
quire several days.
MAY FOLLOW WEDDiNG
YUMA, Nov. 16 The wedding of
E. Walsh, a colored man, and Mao
Jerger, a Yuma Indian voman, on
license procured in Yuma last Friday,
may result In bigamy proceedings be
ing brought against the womao. lt
seems that the Jerger woman was
legally married to Placidlus Aspa, a
Yuma Indian, and that the 'otiple are
father and mother of two children.
Aspa has made inquiry at the dibtrlrt
attorney's office in El Centro con
cerning tbe matter, the principal ob
ject being to obtain possession ct the
children. Superintendent Odle Is
investigating the matter.
BISBEE, Nov. 15 Motorcycle Dep
uty Sheriff Jack Ryan arrested thre?
speeders this morning. He caught
E. H. Smith and Chas-Maddern ex
ceedlng the sped limit in Uppr
Tombstone Canyon and J. W. T"x
well going too fast on Naro -oad !u
Johnson addition. They will tppear
1-efore Judge Tctman and explain It
to him. Ryan has made 22 arretts
since his appointment to the Job and
tbe average speed of autolsts U now
considerably lati than lt was a ti'onth
MOST OF THE AMEND-
MENTS ARE DEFEATED
Practically compute return, from '
nine of Arizona h fourteen counties on
the proposed amendments to the con-
dilution and Initiated measure Indl
ate that the of the twehe measures
ai..t on ht the woole hate been i
lefeajed With the exception of th
amendment barring the shipment of
liquor into Arizona, the remaining
measures and amendments are In
doubt Tbe nine counties in which
the count is about complete are Co
hise. Coconino. Graham. Greenlee,
Maricopa, Pima. Santa Cruz, Yaapai
The file measures that hate cer
alnl) been defeated are the three
abor measures, proposed by the Art
oua Federation of Labor, the local
ption amendment and the amend
nent to the diorce law The labor
aeasures protided for the abolition
-.1 the state senate, for the creatioc
it a department of labor and for the
stablishment of the office of statu
architect. All three of these meas
ires were defeated b) a tote of ap-
proximate! two to
one The local
optlon araendment. which would bate
,,ermlttd eacn coum) or mcorporat
d ,own to ote on the que6tion ot
p,rmiItjng the tale of liquor was de-
feated b, a majoritt of over two to
one A ,arge ote was caBt again6t
proposed divorce bill which was
-KorougI opposed in some quarters
m thu Bround ,hat lt ttas practically j
a duplication of the Nevada statue.
The tote on abolition of tbe death
penalt) is so clobe that the result will
not be known until after tbe official
cant ass The bill requiring a ma
joritt of all the votes cast to enact
an Inflated or referred measure Is
also uncertain, the totes from nine
counties showing a blight majorit)
Cor the bill The nwasure protlding
Tor legislative redistsicting. the work
man's compensation act and the bill
amending the game laws are still un
certain, owing to the close tote on
each measure Indications are that
a measure reftrred h) the legislature
-tearing up the statute regarding ex-
mptions from taxation was defeated
by the action of thousands of voters
.ho did not understand what the
The total tote on the proposed
Amendments and initiated measures
in the abote listed counties Is as fol
100-lniatite MaJ Vote Yes
102 Tax Exemption .... Yes
104 Prohibition Yes
10C Redisricting Yes
108 Local Option Yes
110 Compensation .... Yes
112 Abolishing Senate.. Yes
100 Death Penalty .... Yes
302 DepL Labor Yes
04 State Architect .... Yes
!06 Game Law Yes
OS Divroce Law Yes
MORENCI STRIKE IS
OVER MEN AT WORK
MORENCI, Nov. 17 Following
visit by J. S. Myers, federal mediator, t
the strike Inaugurated by the Mexi
.an mine laborers has been declared
off and the men have returned to
The cause of the strike was th
laying off, without pay, of a Mexican
accused of sleeping while on duty.
Medlator Myers heard the com- ing the road bed that has been clear
plaint of the strlkerj and came to the ed of the brush by the bootle;gon
conclusion that tbey were at fault, and other prisoners sentenced for
He advised them to return to work petty offenses. The number of
and addressed a mass meeting of the prisoners have been increased during
miners, telling them that. In hi ' the past few days by several Mexi-
opinion, they had been entirely to
precipitate In their action and that
he was tired of being called on to
settle disputes that had no basis.
Following his talk the men decide!
to return to their Jobs.
Morencl Is undergoing the throes
' another strike which was called
llls tlme T tne Mexican employs of
hu Arizona Copper company,
from accounts received so far.
rik" Is ,ery apt t0 detelop morel
wiously within the next few days.
According to an arrival from Mo-
nci Tuebda), the Mexicans called
lie strike because one of their num-
ber was ditcbarged for being asleep
while on dut) The) demanded that ,
'ie be reinstated and paid for the time
he lost. This the company officials
efused to do, and tbe strike was
The American employes, members
f the union, are tery desirous of re-
urnlng to work, but on account of
he Mexicans, who hate threatened
them, find it unsafe to attempt to do
o Saturday afternoon a number
-f Mexicans, who were formerly em I
l loed by the company, went to work,
ed were immediately called off of '
ibeir jobs by the strikers, tin cans
led to them and run out of town
.his makes it unsafe for the Amerl ,
an miners to return to their duties.
and u nut is poseiuie any uay. j
A few American women, wltes of
romincnt citizens of the minlnt,
''"P' hase Ieft there, expecting to
'vmain out U'H things are settled I
between the emplo)ers and emp!o)es
,wo PEAKS PROPERTY
TAKES ON INTEREST
ILlcNEIL Not. 10 Development
voik on tue 'iwo l'cab prupert) U
Hiceeumg wuh most fcraiU)iub re
..uiis to the manngemenL In the
uuubic compartment bhafl starieu
1 last momh. ore i being encoiaiiercu
-.t a uepth or 2- ltel, which uuulu
..m to inalcaie that the ore bod) ai
us po.at will be eucounieicd at a '
nit h hnalinuet- rietith tn.in u.i. np '
lULUtu. lhe biialt lb ULIU bulla
u uae ot the claims of the lirriea
aauuick group, which the companj
dviml) acquired. li is the mien
on ot the management to bink this
..aafi to a aepth uf o)U feet and cioba
.ut the ore bod), which is a coutmu
aiioa of the deposit on the Buck
, .laini where thu ore has been cut
ior a distance of oter 200 feet. The ,
' resent bhatt bite lb oUO feet lower i
aaii the Buck workings, and when '
unk the required depth will be buu
leet The bhafl will be sank as far
as possible b) windlass, after which
ae completion of tbe wagon road to
ae mouth ot the shaft will facilitate
.ie introduction of machiner).
rcr reasons not divulged b) the di
ectors. Two Peaks stock was taken
-i the market last Maj, after 10,0Uu
aares had Lven bold, and none hate
.en ottered to the public since. How
r. W. G. Gllmore, general count...
r the company, whose office Is ai
.mbstone, secured a permit from
ue Corporation Commission at l'hoe-
, last .Monday, and the companj
.anounces that there will be placet,
j.oijO shares on the market at -'.n
proceeds from this stock will b
-. fcr the installation of a hois
J other material necebsar) for tb
. velopment contemplated, and no ,
at.r waj The companj has mam
ained a full force at work etcr snict
ae organization of Two Peaks, last
December, and hat e done considerable
velopmenL During this time the)
hate acquired adjoining proper!)
Ahich at present gites them 40 claims
md a mill sue, aggregating approxi
aatelj SOOO acres of mining land.
fhe property Is under the able man '
ement of the well known mininc
nglneer. V .Q. Mellgrcn. of Tomb
stone. HAVE STARTED GRADING
The county road camp at the Bis
bee Extension has been furnished
with a number of teams and scrapers,
etc., and w ork has commenced in grad-
cans from Douglas, who were convict
ed of petty larceny. -One Of them
was Jesus Ybarra of Tombstone, who
recently escaped from that camp. Ho
will now hate the pleasure of wea
lng a ball and chain while be works.
FOR COMING TERM
Following Is the list of cases as
prepared bj Count Attorney Ross,
&et in the superior court jesterday
for the coming criminal term, which
will begin on the 22nd. when the
special venire of fifty Jurors reports
Mike Connors, murder, continued
rum last term on request of counsel
for deftndant, set for Dec 5.
C V White, selling Intoxicating
liquor. Not 29.
J E. Kas son, selling Intoxicating
'iquor, Nov 24.
W K Walker, selling liquor, two
ases, Nov. 24.
J 11 Flojd. grand larceny, Nov 23
Luke Short, assault with deadlt
weapon. Dec. 21.
II Ortiz, murder, Dec. 21.
D Caldero, assault with deadlt
weapon, Dec. 4.
Jose Fierro, selling liquor, Dec. 21
C I) Smith, introducing intoxicat
ins liquor, Dec. 21.
B B Faust, selling liquor. Dec 20
Paul B Sargent, failure to protlde,
Max Lvy. Sam Levy, I. Jacobs, and
ilaiij littBliiiKs, euiueiiieuieui, two
aSiS ePi for Pec 11, and two cases
-p- for Dec 12.
Charles Winters, selling liquor, Nov.
John Knapp, selling liquor, Dec 13
W P Hanson and J. P. Griner, sell
ins liquor, Nov. 27.
E Barton, selling liquor, Dec. 14.
John Knapp, selling liquor, Dec. 13.
N Craig, selling liquor, Nov. 27.
W G Hanson and Chaa White,
selling Hqi or, Nov 27.
Harr.r Wilson, selling liquor, Dec
Sam Johnson, selling liquor, Nov.
Pat O'Brien, selling liquor. Nov. 28.
John Kelly, or Keller, Dec 15.
John Doe Connors and Jane Doe
""onnors. selling liquor, Dec. 18.
John Amos, selling liquor, Dec 15
Jane Doe Crane, selling liquor, Dec.
Jane Doe Slgmond, selling liquor,
Sam Merckotlch, selling liquor,
John Doe Downard. selling liquor,
It will be noticed that a large num
ber of the above cases are for selling
'iquor, and it is probably that a num
ber of these will enter pleas of guilty
before the time for trial, which will
materlall) shorten the term of court,
and unless new cases arise, may con
elude the term before the holidays
Only two murder cases are up for
trial, and one of these that of Mike
"onnors is expected to consume sev
eral days. The balance will not take
a day each, and some only half a day
YOUNG ATTORNEYS IN
PHOENIX, Nov. 16 An abundance
of professional genius was added to
Arizona jesterday when the examin
ations for admittance to the Btate bar
rganizations were completed and the
list of successful candidates announc
d, vtbich numbered fifteen. They
are as follows:
Lincoln H. Beyerle of Prescotl
Ouane DIrd of Nogales, Cecil A Bow
Jen of Jerome, Eugene Burke of
Winslow, D T. Frey of Nogales. John
C Hajnes of Tucson, Alex L. Jones
f Prescott. Donald M. Keith of Oat-
Tian. William D. King of Douglas
Wclintlne T Lucas of Oatman, Ever
tt W. Mattoon of Kingman, DeWltt
lurray of Globe, John L. Sullivan of
Jerome, II. J. Norrls and Jesse E
Wanslee of Phoenix.
The final rites will be administered
by Supreme Justice H. D. Ross at 10
clock this morning, tsjter which the
new attorneys will be full fledged
r TATE FAIR
..mbstone has a large contingent
attendance at the State Fair at
hoenix, who will remain until the
end of the week, when the fair closes
Cattle Inspector Billy Bennett of
Benson, was a visitor in the city to
day on business.
M. W. King, local carpenter spent
ester day in Light In the Sulphur
ling alle) returning home last
Mrs. Mandevllle of New Mexico, ar
Ited In the city jesterday and will
w the guest of her sister, Mrs
The K. K K. Club met at the home-,
f.Miss Emma Johnson last Saturday
venlng. The etenlng was spent in
la)Ing games, music and singing,
ifter which delicious refreshments
re served. The next meeting will
e held one week from next Friday,
t the home of Miss Olite Holland.
O MAYO HOSPITAL.
Mr and Mrs Amundsen and chil
li I1I lcate the city tomorrc-v
..orniug They will be accompanied
y Mrs. Mandetill of New Mexico, a
ster of Mrs. Amundsen, who will
ike the children to her home, while
tr and Mrs Amundsen will proceed
j the Majo Bros hospital in Roches-
er, Minn, where Mr. Amundsen will
ndcrgo an operation.
Fred-Ueed and W H Hatezel hate
cpened the old Fixit Garage and
' named It the Tombstone Garage,
-nd are now awaiting the arrival of
leir tools and equipment and as
on as lt arrives will be prepared
fir work A full line of supplies and
accessories, as well as gas and oil
ill be had.
AI Turner, well known rancher of
Turner was a tisltor in the count)
seat toda) on business, returning to
his home this afternoon.
Thos Lannon and Louis Mosso of
Gleeson, were among the tisitors in
Tombstone toda) attending to bus!
ness. having motored over this morn
ine. The) report a large number of
men at work in tbe mines at Gleeson,
with two shifts at,work and shipment
of set eral carloads of ore dall) to
the smelters at Morencl.
Miss Johanna Kohlen and mother,
Mrs Kohlen, are spending the week
in Phoenix taking in the state fair,
and tisiting with Mrs. Kohlen's
daughter. Miss Laurett, who is tak
ing a commercial course. During
the absence of Miss Kohlen In Phoe
nix. Miss Ada Western is occup)ing
her place as da) operator in the local
Mountain States Telephone Office.
The weather toda)
-pring da), and comin
cent cold spell, was
was like a
; after the re
Tombstonites, who thought winter
was here. A considerable number
of cases of grippe, resulting from the
sudden change in weather are report
ed. KILLED LARGE MOUNTAIN LION
C. B Murphj, known bj his friends
is "Chick" Murph), brought Into
Tombstone )esterdaj the hide or a
huge mountain lion, which he killed
in the Huachuca mountains, while
deer hunting Mr. Murphj together
with A. T. Athej and Frank Smoots
had gone to the mountains after deer,
and while seeking the bic game Mr.
MurPn hearQ" a rustling near by and
,,pon lurnin6 around saw the huge
"one',s coming toward him. Turning
aDd ,akI"s quIck alm Mr- Murphy
opened fire ltn nl wnn the
animal B8 but a fih01 distance from
lllm' Ills S"11' a rePeang rifle.
hung up after the firet shot" and Mur'
phy' drawInS his pistol began firing
wl,h the BmaU wcaPn on e animal
,ho as stIU cmlnS- When a few ,
feet from the hunter the lion dropped
and examination revealed that the
first shot from the rifle had taken
deadly effect directly between the
eyes, the bullet lodging Just under
the hide at the back of the head. By
thIs tlme tne other hunters, Mr.
Athey and Mr. Smoots, hearing the
1 8nootln6: arrived on the scene and
together they skinned the animal and
brought the hide to town as evidence.
Mr. Murphy says he was glad to get
the hide, and will have it tanned and
made Into a rug. but If It takes anoth
er experience like that Of yesterday
he doesat care to go through lt again.
TO GLEESON AND COURTLAND
Manager Harry Evans of the local
office of the Mountain States Tele
hone company motored to Gleeson
and Courtland jesterday, where he
looked oter the equipment of the
New State Telephone Company at the
two places, which has Just been taken
oter by the Mountain States Com
pany TO STATE FAIR
Assessor E. A. Hughes and family.
,. .he ,.
Ill I 11WUIA s nbbVuwHMw - .
Deput) Sheriff rercy Bowden was
In the citj a short while yesterday
fternoon from Douglas, hating in
harge six prisoners for the county
Ail to serte time sentences, ranging
m 60 das to six months, and who
ill get a chance to work out their
i:ne on the count highwajs.
SROKE FIRE HYDRANT
While rounding the corner of Third
and Toughnut streets last night about
i let en o'clock, S. H. Weln, of Johnson,
ran Into a fire plug breaking the h)-
drant off clean He reported the
matter Immediately to Manager Gard
ner of the Huachuca Water Co, who
got his forces together and repaired
the damages, but for a while night
hawks were git en a chance to wit
ness a real old fashkmed geyser.
G W Otey of the Phelps, Dodge
holesale department store was In
he clt) toda) interviewing the trade.
NEW SWITCH BOARD IN USE
Manager Evans of the local ex
rge of the Mountain States Tele
and Telegraph Company an-
s that the new and modern
ichbeard and equipment has been
ailed, and that it is now In use
he local service. This together
h the new lines and wiring about
city now gites Tombstone an up-
'atc sertice and equal to that of
'lene Larrieu and brother Tom Lar
- were in the city jesterday and
jda), from Turner on business con
nected with the Two Peaks Mining
RS. F. M. DOAN
DOUGLAS. Nov. 17 Mrs. Annie
'lurray Doan, wife of Judge Fletcher
vl Doan, passed awaj jesterday af
ernoon at the family residence, cor
ner of Eighth street and B. avenue
following a sudden attack, the third
within the week. Because of the
apparent improvement in her condi
tion, her death came as a great
shock to her family and friends.
Funeral arrangements hate not yet
een completed, but the body will be
ent to Tucson for interment in the
.lasonic cemetery there beside tho
bodj of her son, Leslie Murray Doan.
Mrs. Doan was about 63 jears ot
age at the time of her death.
She and Judge Doan wera married
in Bowling Green In 1878. ' They re
ded there for a few years and then
noted to St. Louis, where they re
lained for 10 years. In 1SSS they
ame to Arizona, first locating in
uma county, where they remained
Ivo j ears. They then went to Pinal
'ounty and llted in Florence until
1900 when they moved to Tombstone,
where they retained their residence
Mrs. Doan was the organizer of the
Woman's club at Florence, had len
president of the Woman's club in
Tombstone and was prominent In the
work of the Douglas Woman's club.
She was a member of the State Fed
eration of Women's clubs. She was
also a member of the Eastern Star
and was worthy matron of the Tomb
HIDE BUYER HERE
Walter Fife, one of Tombstone's old
timers, but now located at Los An
steles, where he is connected with
large hide buying firm, was In the
city today baying all available hides
for his firm. He reports that higher
prices are now being paid for bides
'han ever before, occasioned by the
ion Importation of hides from foreign
-ountrles owing to the war. They
're going higher, he says, and Iscl
lentally shoes are being raised over
th'e United States as a result