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SUNDAY. MARCH 2, 1919
(From Monday's DallxJ
Merrill and Gocdvrin who have a
contract with the Highway Commis
sion building the St David section of
the Benson road, were in town today
enroute to Cochise to look over the
work between that point and Pearoe.
They will probably be among the bid
ders when that work is let on March
FROM DOS CABEZAS.
George Cannon, an old timeTesldent
of Dos Cabezas. caina in yesterday
lo remain a few das on court busi
ness. BRINGING PRISONER.
Deputy Sheriff J. It. Hardwick. of
Douglas U expected in the city this
evlnlng bringing with him tl man
named ciienowetn. or Portal, who shot I
ami killed a man near Dm Cabezas
over a month ago.
MOVING CAM PP.
?.Toohey"and sons, who hava th con
tract on the road construction from i
the Benson Junction on the state
highway to Curtis Fiat, are moving
camp number one to a point about a
mile from the Bjnson-h'j.rbiLk junc
tion. 'h!s m.l hi the -at cimp
moro oo the nn.s.i their contract at '
the railroad crossini; at that point.
The big dip ir :h? gulch ab-ut cr,
mile this side of f"urti Fut "s finish
ed and-cpned to travel. The dip it-
Jf tU fill Kit 1 A M.1.4 A.1 Hlll.,.1.1 .. I
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with boulder foundation and caliche i
AsUt...t County School Sarerln- j
tendeut Miss Htfiss CeceJIct U snend-
ing several da-s in Phoenix on busi-
nesa caunec.tJ with tile oflice '
OVET FnOM BISBEE.
Miss Rose Walker, and brother,
Dewej. former Tombsone resident?.
were over from Bisbee yesterday, for
a few hnura visit u.-ith frtaitla I
Mrs. P J. Higgins, Bisbee pioneer, pcc;jd by tonight. Tomorrow sever
was among the isitors in the county al civ II caes are on the-tlocket.
wat today on matters
VISITING PARENTS. -i
Mrs. G II Mcilahon arrived ve.te
aay i.-om her home at Tucson and
will ind fveral days here with her 1
parents. Mr. and Mrs. E J. Wester-1
A large crowd attended the fifteenth
1 &u v u-wij, i" .vi. jiuru. ij. m. r ui-1
annual masquerade ball given Satur-1 ier. John Twom. j. A.hly. James A WITfJESS
day nUhi by the l'jcal oritr of Up.!'. ,1.. . .- ,. ... .. ! J- S 'McXelsh. of Bisbee w;s In,
Men. a Waboe orchestra fnrnish
th ,.Ia ,-,1 .ho .t ji.i .n
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perss until after 3 o'clock. Man ,
costumes and much' merriment were ,
W J. Craa-forJ. formerly linotype
oporatar with the Prospector, was
ye-iterday from Bisbee, where
he I, holding Iowa a situation with!
Norman Abtl spent Saturday and
Sunday in Tombstone visiting with '
his mothtr. also taking In the ri2e J
OVER FROM BISBEE.
KeitJi Preston, was over from Bis
bee yesterday .visiting with his fami
ly. He a!so ftaot at the membership
match al -the riSe range yesterday.
RETURNED FROM ARMY.
Cil'iert Ilaciey returned to Tomb
elone Saturday front the easL where
he bid been discharged from the
army Gilbert was two days out on
- the- waW bound for France when the
annUtice was signed and the ship
waj returned to the United States.
He w)4 is the machine gun corps.
Gexge Rockhiil returned today
from Mogales. where he had been on
Albert Goldberg 3nl family, of Bis
bee, o;eat Sunday In Tombstone. Mr.
Coldbe5 was located in this city In
the 80'. and avows he never saw a
Ilrller raining camp than the Tomb
atone of those days. He recalled many
old timers who have since passed
3VS7, and thoroughly enjoyed Jouk-
Ine up the historic old spots of the
days whea Tombstone was wooly and
Former County Attorney John Rots
spent the day in the city from Doug
las. FROM WILLCOX.
Dr. C H. Wilson spent the day In
the city on business at the ctourt
house. The doctor has recently been
discharged front the army, having
served In the medical corpa.
IN FROM BISBEE.
C. B Elbe, clerk to the Highway
Commission Is in own on official busi
ness today. He returned to Bisbee
lite this evening.
Engineer J C. Ryan, of the Hlghwa7
Commission, was in town today and
in company with Division Kugineer
! Claude Miller, went over the Tomb-
, lM(D work todiy
NEWSPAPER MAN DIES
The sad news of the death of N A.
Patterson, one of the owners of the
Douglas International, wad received
in Tombstone yesterday. Mr. Patter
son died yesterday morning following
a brief illness from induenza-pueu-:non!a.
He is a brother of Mrs. Wal
ter Thomas, of this city, who was at
the bedside when death came. A I
tro'her froft Texas Is expected to ar-j
r!e tomorrow and the funeral will
? held Wednesday.
The de-.th of Mr. Patterson was re-1
ceied with a shock by all who knew i
him. since he has been a resident of I
this county fcr a Ions number of vears
first hiving Lean business nanagerof
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I fere associating himself with Major
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i Kelly, of the International. His death
wlu not oply le , ,, , ,
Mrs Thcmas are ,n nouglas. im.
in? Leen there since Friday.
CASE IN COURT.
The case cf the Sate Brown, a
colored man charged with statutory
rape cccupiei the attention o:
n j .j i .'.
court all day today, going to the jjry
lito this afternoon. A verdict is ex-
Tha following It the special venire
which reported tcday:
Paul Kemplck. John
ham Wilton. Tom- G.
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berK- of U3UKla': Henry Wright. J-
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D Heasely, Bozo Rafailovich. Daniel
Rade'.ic. of I.oweil: Frank Garland. I
of Tombstone; Joseph Hansen, ot
Courtlanu; C. A. Comolil. of Warren: I
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lcllolph. Jack .Vortoa. T. E. C3rncj, ,
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t."rr.ard Dunne. K J Bovvden, J. B. '
,0..er of nisbee;
W. It. Holman. of
Servoss. C. C. Rathburn. of Light,
ll'rom Tuesday's Daily)
Frank Tochey went to Bisbee today
i,d b,,k . i,u,lneoS. ,
ATTOj,NEY HERE. I
Attorney Ercce Stephenson uji in ,
tjwn today from Douglas. '
C. W. Elliott of the County Engi
neer's office was in Bisbee today en
Win. Cowan and family were in
tow'n tcday from their ranch in Gov
IN FROM MINE.
Jimmle Barrett was a visitor in the
city today from bis mining properties
in Cochise Stronghold.
Attorney W. G. Gilmore left yester
day for Phoenix, where he will be
for about a week on business.
President A. E. Davis, of the Hoachu
ca Water company, and wife, motored
to Bisbee today to spend the day.
UP FROM DOUGLAS.
Attorney Harry Pickett, formerly ot
Tombstone, .was hi town today, bar
ing a case before the Superior court.
Attorney E. W. Rawlins, of Globe,
was in Tombstone today, represent
ing a client is a case lp the Super
CALLED TO DOUGLAS.
Mrs. R. N. French, wife of County
f Ittrrmw H M- PgllllA T2S ratVuT tfl
Douglas yesterday evening, owing to
the serious illness of her brother,
Walter Morris, from influenza. Mr.
Morris spent several days here on
visit and contracted the flu on bis re
tarn to Douzlas.
Mrs. Oeo. RcckhLl. who has been
here on a visit with her mother, Mrs. ' term ot court.
A. E. Hill, returned to bar home injjN COURT TODAY.
Bisbee this afiernoon. J In the Superior Court todiy the
VISITED PARENTS. rase of Louis Fine vs. the City of
Mrs. Win. Meredith, of Douglas.-' Bisbee is on trial, being a damage
spent Siturday and Sunday here on suit for $10,000. which Fine alleges
a visit ith her parents Mr. and Mrs. , is due him due to the negligence of
Isaac Tracey. the city in allowing to remain open a
JURY RECOMMENDS LENIENCY, part of the subway. He fell into the
The Jury injhe case of the State . opening, injur.ng himself for life, he
vs. Brown, which was tri?d yesterday I claims, and asks $10,000. He is rep
returned a verdict ot guilty with a reseated by Attorneys Flannlgan and
recommendation of leniency by the , Murray, while Fred Snttcr, S. II. Kyle
court. The Jury was out about 10 and Bruce Stephenaon represent the
minutes. Sentence will be pronounc- t'lty of Bisbee.
ed tomorrow morning by the court
Today In court the chil cas of Marl
32 Ryan vs. ths Arizona Eastern Ry. I
v.o. is on irjai. &e;ng a uamage suu
over shipment of household goods.
(From Wednesday's Daily)
Percy Bon den was a visitor in town
today from Douglas.
Fine day toda but the records shoiv
, we have some of our coldest da.s in
. FROM BISBEE.
Ralph Zeismjr. a mining engineer
jf Bisbee, was in town today from the
big copper camp.
Ie'e Windes was a visitor in the
.county seat today from his ranch in
Ov E3 FROM GLEESON
Ccris:.ible U M- Browa vsas
todiy frctn Ci'.eeson. having business
at the she.-!C'i e'ljee.
j Among the attomevs in the city to
day are E J Flannlgan and Alexan
der Murray of Bisbee.
1 Former City Marshal Bassett Wat-
j kirs, of Bisbee. was among those pres-
jent in Tombstone today.
ir.espec.ai venire, ,..,. ,, ,..
Deputy Sneriff Hsrry RafTert wert
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k 11 -ti n-.i I t3 Wiilcox this morning. hamg been'
inn !tro.e, u.i i
. , ., 'callel there on business connected !
G. Davits s, ..,... w 1
iui me snnn orace,
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jtui.j 1 wuiuej. cuiei o; iaininun i
t-i lilaUCV, tVUO IS UKIK UII UC
Jury. returneJ to his home this raorn
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f tv Vr1 1i111 PAtiAP f dTt 4 trrt X w 9r
Tombstone today as a witness in a
rat- bpff-re the Snnerlnr Court Mr
I McXelsh was at one time County En-
i gin' T for Cohise cAinty j
i RECOVERS FROM PNEUMONIA. !
j County Recorder Ray B. Krebs is i
able to be about following a two!
ueeVs severe il!nes3 with pneumonia.
This is the second attack Mr. Krebs
, undergone in the past two months
which has left him in a decidedly
r eakentd condition,
Deputy Sheriff J. n. Hardwick. of
Dougla3. came up today, bringing up
fonr prisoners for the Hotel McBon
a'J They were Antonio Lopez, to
await trial for grand larceny; Saffnno
Jimez and Antonio Aguirre for bur
rl?ry. and W. S. Tribolet for violat
ing the liquor law. .
TOOK PRISONER TO TUCSON.
Sheriff Jimmle McDonald left for
Tscson this morning having in. cus
tody Bart Hockett, who faces another
charge in the Federal Court ot violat
ing the liquor law. He recently re
ceived a sentence of IS months and
a fine of $200 for violating the state
taw. when a jury found him gallty
In five minutes.
THIRD SOLDIER CAUGHT.
Tire third soldier of the trio who
stole a car from a rent driver In Docs
las, was caught yesterday afternoon
at Agua Prieta by Deputy Sheriffs
from Douglas and turned over to the
military authorities. He was Private
Armstrong and had Bade his way to
Agua Prieta from Naco, where he left
the other two men who were later
BROUGHT OVER BURGLAR.
Deputy Sheriff George Rockhiil to
day brought orer from Bisbee the
Mexican named Victor Hernandez.
who was found under the bed In the
home of a Bisbee resident several
days ago. Hernandez was well equip-
ped as a burglar, having on his per
son when arresed a .43 revolver load
td to brim and a heavy leather billy.
He also wore a mask. Hta case will
come op probah y during the present
(From Thursday's Dally;
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President A. E. Davis, of the Hua
chuia Water company. Is in Bisbee
Constable Porter McDonald went to
Bisbee today, where he was called
on cCcial business.
I S:ott Whaley. otil.ouell. was among
'the visiters in the iount seal today.
returning to his heme this afternoon.
j FROM FAIRBANK.
J. M. Barnes, bookkeeper of the Bo
, rjillas 1-ind & Cattle company was
in the city today on one of his regu
1 lar visits.
; BIDDERS BUSY.
j A grat many bidders are making
I inquiries regarding the many con-
tracts to be let by the highway coia-
' mission next Monday.
VISITED HERE TODAY.
Mrs. A. Klaw and daughter. Mrs.
Jos. Hansen, spent the day in the
I city today, coming over this morning
with Mr. Hansen who is ssrving on
j the jury.
j TO BISBEE.
Chief Deputy Sheriff George Hen
L.haw and stenographer Miss U. M
Holland, of the sheriff's ollice. were
called to Bisbee toda as witnesses
In the justice court.
kick to LoriTF
" tK TO l-JCrtTE-
M. L. Rtcd. formerly of Tombston.-.
tut later of Lewis Springs, was m
,-the city today, exi ecting to locate
. !lfre 3au v-ltn hls faaiily ,n orijL.r
I to take advantage of the school faci-
leiephoiie alvices today from the
rcspital at BIbee were that Mrs.
.'-! I n-le" is n-ini-i-! ii tnurh In.
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l:'r"'eQ jnu on ,ao r0aJ ' rECOVery,
f''! "'!r-B an '"lion IlsJ k- This
s i.iMiic!; news to ner many frienui
la honor of trie third anniversary
of il:t.e Biille BoyJ. his parents. Mr.
and Mr., W T. Bod. gave a birth
day rarty this j'.err.oiT from " to
3. at which all the'little tut In'tcwn
v.ere present. Childrei.'s games, and
ice cream, cake decorated with three
candles, and candy were enjoved by
the Little dues.
DAMAGE CASE TO JURY.
The damage case of Louts Fine
.-gairst the City of Bisbee went to
, the 3urj' shortIy before the noou hou
ttis morning. The case started, yes
terday and the plaintiff ask3 for dam
ages In the sum of $10,000 from, ths
city alleged to be due when he fell
into the open sewer. Attorneys Flan
nlgan and Murray represent the plain
tiff, while Attorneys S. II. Kyle. Fred
Sutter and Pickett & Boyle are for
the City of Bisbee. A verdict is ex
pected by this evening. The follow
ing jury is deliberating the case: E.
J. Bowdcn. Daniel Rodeter. Peter
Eddy, T. E. Carney, D. JE. Fuller. J.
D. Hensley, S. F. French. Jas. F. Dun
can, Wm. Wilton. Jaa Kennaagh. Ber
nard Dunne and Hush Dugan.
Tuesday In the case of Marvin Ir
win vs. the Arizona Eastern railroad
company, a verdict for $568.50 for the
plaintiff was given by the Jury after
10 minutes delibertion. Attorneys
Pickett & Boyle represented the
(Prom Friday Daily)
A gang of section hands are mak-
- is."!. in fh-n trarfrs at tha T"
B ... .. .-
above Schuster's park.
Frank Houg, rancher from the Tar-
uer dia.rlct, spent the day in the coun
ty seat attending to business matters.
A. E. Davis motored to Tucson to
day on business, tie will return to
morrow. FROM LEWIS SPRINGS.
Jim Wolfe, well known pioneer and
rancher, of Lelws Springs, was a busi
ness vislcr In the city today from his
i.i n.iw m rv, t n...
las. was a business visitor in the city
today, having business before thesu
Justice cf the Peace Carlos E. Bol
ton, of Courtland. was a brief busi
cfcs visitor in the county seat this
morning, having motored over from
the little mining camp. He returned
home this afternoon.
M. L. Reed and family have re
turned to Tombstone after a five
months' stay In California. They have
taken the Cast cottage, former!) the
James Mcilugh place. Mr. Reed says
that Arizona looks awful good after
an enforced residence in California.
Superintendent L. I. Thiers, and
Foreman Mike Marchello, of the Te
Jon Mining company, of Gleeson. were
b-isiress visitors In Tombstone today
having motored over, returning home
late this afternoon.
LOCAL RED CROSS CHAPTER
The ocal Red Crors auxiliary today
made a shlp.scnt to Bisbee of the fol
lowing list of articles, which were
made during the present month with
a very light attcnifance ot workers
and only 12 working davs- ."! bojs'
shirts. 2 complete layettes. C refugee
A nsw-bcrn baby boy was found
in an outhouse in the rear of the
Cottage Hotsl this morning.
It i3 claimed that a Mexican
girl named Angelita Salcido, re
cently of Clifton, is the mother of
the babe. It is beleived she threw
ths child down the vault after it
had bled to death following birth.
Dr. H. H. Hughart ccrfcrmed an
autopsy this afterroon.
The mother i; understood to be
near death in the county hospital
at Douglas, where she was se"t
SCLDIER WINS SUIT
AGAINST CITY OF EISBEZ
A verdict for $7,200 ira3 rendered
by ? jury in the superior court in this
city jesterday afternoon in favor of
Louis 'time, a returned soldier, against
the city of Bisbee. Time sued for
il0."i0 damages on account of in
juries claimed to have been caused
by his falling into .an unprotected
areaway in Bisbee. He sustained a
! broken hip. which caused a shortcn-
.ng of one of the legs.
The case was started en Wednesday
and was given to the jury at noon
yesterday. The jury was out three
and one-half hours and brought In a
verdict of $7300 signed by ten of the
Jurors, two of the jurymen refusing
to sign the verdict
IN COURT TODAY.
The case of William F. Creenberg vs.
the Dcnglas Traction &. Light Co- oc
cupied the attention of the Court the
greater part of the day- and is still In
progress as we go to press. Greonberg
is suing as administrator ot the es
tate of Mrs. F. Creenberg whom he
alleges met her death, through faulty
gas connections when she Ignited a
match and was killed In the explosion
resulting from the Igniting of escap
ing gas. He aska damages in the
amount of $25,000 and Is represented
by Attorneys Bruce-Stephenson, John
F. Ross and C. V. Monatt while At
torneys Boyle and Pickett represent
the defendant company.
Donato Mora, convicted ot burglary
committed in Courtland. was sentenced
by Judge Lockwood to serve not more
than 3 years In the state penitentiary.
Sentence was also passed upon Geo.
Brown, colored, who was found guilty
recently, and received not less than
5 pears nor more than seven and one
An order was also Issued for 40 new
veniremenTo report for Jury duty In
this city on March 3rd.
(Front Saturday's Datlyi
ISSUED DURING WEEK.
The following list of marriage li
censes were Issued out of the office
of Clerk J. E. James, of the Superior
Court, during the past week:
Enrique Reyes to wed Ylaria Garcia,
both of Pirtleville; Henry F. Sim
mons to wed Esther Sanders, both of
Douglas; Roman Peregrins to wed
Juajia Villa Iso, bolh of Douglas: Rl-
chard Height to wed Fldl'.a B. Allen.
both of Fort Huachuca: George A.
WIrbmore to wed Julia Shepherd, of
Chatanooga, Tenn.; Edward Krug. to
wed Lola Boyed, both ot Douglas;
Francisco Vaienzuela to wed Vicente
Huerta. both of Bisbee; Cecil Chalm
ers to wed Cora Cundry. both, of .IBs
bee; Beny Ratliff to wed Clarice
Bronn, both of Hereford; Jose de
Arana to wed Genosevo Guerrero, of
Douglas; John Wm. Hill to wed Ruth
Beatrice Cosset, both of Douglas;
Alexander Folena to wed Matllde
Salcido. both ot Douglas; Russell A.
Shields to wed Anna Quljada. both of
IN COURT TODAY.
There were no probate matters In
th Superior Court today owing to the
damage case ot Creenberg vs. the
Douglas Traction & Light company oc
cupying the attention of the court the
entire day. Saturday is set aside for
probate and other matters, but today
was made an exception b the damage
Attorney Albert M. Samcs. of Doug
las v.as a visitor in the count' eat
today in the interest of clients.
A. C. Karger, temporarily connected
with the office forces of the Cochis"
County Highway Commission, was i
visitor in the county ceat today on
matters of an official nature.
Prank Laymon, successful leaser of
the Courtland mining district. sp;nt
several hours In the county seat today
attending to business matters. He
Louie Musso, former resident of this
city for many years but now located
at Gleeson. was a brief busines vis!-,
tor today, returning home in the after
noon. STEVE ROEMER ANO MISS
CASTENADA TO BE WEDDED
TUCSON'. Ariz., Feb. 2C Steve
Roemer. who U identified with the
Wflls Fargo Express company, non
called the American Railway Express
and who was former!- a resident of
Tucson, will marry Miss Joerhine
Catenada or the well Known Benson
family of that nam- at flie home of
her brother in Tucson Thursday af
ternoon. The ceremony will be per
formed at 3:00 o'clock at the resi
dence of RuJoIph Cadtenada. 704 Eist
Third street in the presence of the
bride's family. The service will be
read by a priest from the cathedral.
Mr. Roemer is traveling auditor
ot the express company and former
ly held position of agent and routo
agent at Tucson. The bride is tho
daughter of Mrs. A. Ca3tenada, of
Benson, who conducts the hotel there.
Mr. and Mrs. Roemer will make
their home in Phoenix, where Mr. Roe
mer now has his headquarters.
ASK TO INCORPORATE
The following firms have applied
to the Arizona corporation commission
for articles of Incorporation: 'War
ren Drag company, of Lowell; Wy-oming-Illlnois
Oil and Shale company;
Wolf Creek Mining company; Three
Twins Mining company; Santa Cruz
Hog and Ranch company, ot Tucson:
Review Printing company, of Somer
ton; M. & M. Electric Garments Sell
ing company; Hamilton Ward Mer
cantile company, of Casa Grande:
Good Hope Gold and Copper company
of Mayer; Canton Gold Mines, Incor
porated; Central Texas Oil and Gas
company; Caldwell-Porter Undertak
ing company, of Douglas; Arizona
Ranger Oil and Development com
pany; Auto Power Plant company.
A rustless metal cone supplies the
moisture in a new envelope sealing
machine so that there are no wicks
to become gummed nor rubber bands