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THE TOMF .E EPITAPH
Su' .tlon Rates
One Ye J-. U 30
Six -c as 1.25
S' Copies .01
'rt-Jress- Tombstone Epitaph
Tombstone, Arizona
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THE TOMBSTONE EPITAPH
Published Surday Mornings
Gives all the news of she county.
state ;
C93C73U and
racially events and happenings
of Inters: to the people of
Tombstone and CochUe count?
WEEKLY EDITION OF THE TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSI'ECTOK
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VOLl'ME XXX IX
THIRTY-0NEM0RE,T0
DEPORTATION
SUITS ARE FILED
COMPLAINTS IN THIRTY ONE
MORE CASES ARISING FROM
BISBEE DEPORTATION OF JULY
12, 1917 FILLED IN COURT. THE
PLAINTIFFS ASK $5,000 DAM-
ACES: CASES TO COME UP THIS
YEAR, IT IS BELIEVED.
Thlny-one more -uits m what are
known a the deportation ca-es agaliu-t i
a number of Hi-bee and Cochise coun- j
ty people and former Sheriff Ilarr C
Wheeler, were fi!d In the Superior
Sourt today liy Winters .t Bauer, of
bo . til, a- attorney- for the defend-
ar.ts. "o lease their re-pectlve portion-
The cotupU.nt- as In th t xo hull-1 -hen the plat- are filed '
nril eighty or raore filed la: year, as I
the result of the deportation occurring i OVER A MILLION
in Illsbee on Julv 12. 1917. are along . EXPORTS OF ORE
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the same line- as th-e Bled previ-
ou-ly a-king damages alleged to be DOUGLAS. Ju'y 3. More than one
ilue as the result of having been load- million pesc- Mexican gold worth of
Into cattle car? and shipped to New-jore wa5 imported tnrougn the ,Kr; u'
Mexico, in which t.ie plaintiff-, claim Apua I'rieta to this side of the bur
hat the defendant- con-pired to that(ier during the month of June T i-
nd .tJtal valuation according to fUure
The defezaan.: In each suit filed to-j obtained trom the report of the Ci '
day are. (lector of customs in the Mtxican pur
The E. P i S W railroad Co- the
PhclPfDadz .Mercantile Co, Phelps
1 odge corporation. C. i. A Mining Co .
Sjiattuek Mining Co, M J Cunning
ham, H. C Wheeler. Chas. W. All'n,
Ja. R Henderson. Ben Frankenberg.
Sam Frankenberg, Moe Newman. G
H. Djve!l Arthur Notman. l.em Shat
tuck, J E Curry. F B King. N C
Pldse. J C Greenway.
The plaintiff') each who ask dam
ages In the amount of SJ.'MKp for re
muneration of damages which they
rJIege occurred incident to their be
ing deported from Bi-bee are-
Kranci-co Soled). Ffl" Segulja, J
W. Lickay. Ignacio E-ques, Joe Mar
inello. Krancisco Valenzuela. Franc!--
co Figueroa. TSomas Greeley. Agn
pn Slazar. Margarita Salazar Manu 1 1
Guiterrez. Andre- Gomez. Ignano Fer
randr-z. Andres S. Mendoza. Pete Se
gulja. Bamon Ordugo. Vance Segjl.,3.
V. Guerra Gonzalez. Itamoa Morales.
John Jimmy, John Segulja. Juan M ,
Grigova. Fore-t Creegar. Joe Maria '
Gomez. Porfirio Real, Margarito Ju I
nrei, Kamor. Peraza, Chas Wohlsch ,
les'-'l. VIncente M. Yerdugo. Silves j
ter Bentonia. Simon 'IHaser.ar '
With the filing of the thirty-one
.-ases today, a question is said to exist
as to the statute of limitation, ana
this will probably be one of the flrt
tilts in court by attorneys for the de-
fendants and for the plaintiffs when
he cases come up for hearing.
The other suits filed last year, as a
result of the deportation, will proba
bly come up for trial during the pres
ent year, according to present indica
tion, while those filed today will no
doubt follow-.
The only difference existing in the
suits filed today and those filed some
time ago Is that damages to the
amount of JJOOO is all that Is asked,
while In the other suits, damages
ranging from JIO.OO to J7I.O0O U
claimed
(jRINSTEAD APPOINTED
AS SANITATION CHIEF
PHOENIX. July 3. Col. E. P. Grin
stead, who was in command of the
USth regiment while It was in the
war zone, has been appointed state
sanitation officer by Dr. George Good
rich, superintendent of public health.
it was announced today. Col. Grin
. stead will have supervision over rural
ranltatlon.
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' PHOENIX, Jul 4- The Mate lanl
department abitr Jui lo vv.U -elct
' ioi acres of crazing land- in O-chi-e
wuntv .inder the enabling ac
ccordinc to an announcement by the
i department This practical! will
'complete the state's rejection under
the act. it was stated. I
j Included in Ihl- allotment of land
ill lie S". (Xi a rtc to indemnify the
state for the agricultural land- n the
national fore-ts ju-t relinquished
The acreage to be -elected lie, frotr
o to 31 mile- e-i and south of Will
cox For many year cattlemen hje
oed the public range, and it in I
timated that those now grazing herd?
on i: would be given an opportunity i
.as $l,13;.0f"i in Mexican gold, whic
v.as a slight dtcrease from the pr?
mou- month.
There wera 161 car of ore of (2!W
ions brought aero-.- the border here
iiuring the month Nacozari led with
HI cars, or ZHV tons, while El Tigre
tame s-t-cond with 11 car.-, of 4J0 ton
Other shippers wire
San NIchola-. 1 car. 33 tons
San Pablo. 2 cars. 4$ tons.
San Pedro, 1 car, 16 tons
La Cruz, 1 car. 3s ton
Nema Am.rttsd, 1 car. 10 torn
Tara-co, 1 car. 21 tons
Tres I'iedras. 1 car. 10 tons
I j Boy. 1 car. 30 tons
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The t tal- were 1C1 cars.
ton-
of an -'..mated talue m Meii-
can poM 0, ?1 , - C,HJ
OF INTEREST
TO SILVER AND
ZINC PRODUCERS
DENVER. Julv 4 An advance of
! o on ln the iirife for s;ie,ter
ni2 -eek is welcome news to the 23
Colorado companies In which zinc ore-
are produced Price no Is 10 77 per
;iUndre(1 poun(,3 Tnt 0U5e Ways and
Means Committee in Washington is
considering z tariff of 2 cents per lb ,
on 2inc in ores, instead of the exist
ing duty of 10 per cent ad valorem
value, which failed to keep Mexican
zinc out of competition The Mexican
cost of mining zinc ores is ll per ton i
compared with 160 at Joplin. j
Silver producers will be Interested
to learn that currency reform and leg-
islatloi affecting silver will receive i cently. He will be accompanied home
very earnest consideration from Con-! hj Dr L V. Ricketts. consulting en
ijress during the present session. ' jmcer of the C and A
Senator Thomas, of Colorado, has
recently introduced a bill to authorize
appointment of cqnimiasioners to an
International monetary conference,
and a Joint resolution authorizing th
appointment of an international monc
tary exchange commission.
The first measure proposes that
whenever, after August 1, ISIS, the
President of the United States shall
be represented at any international
conference called by the United States
(Continued on Page 8
TOMBSTONE, COCHISE COUNTY, AE1ZONA, SUNDAY. JULY
I Conflicting Thoughts
.AAW HAVeATOWEL fit
Two Inches of
Rain Falls and
Damage Results
Jjst t .ncl.e- of rain fell in
Tombs' me terJjy for ihe 24 hours
1 1 adiag a: 6 o clack. i cording to the
report of United states Weather Ob-
serrer It B. Vallance The rain ye-
terdav afternoon Is one Of the heatt-
jeat jet recorded in the hKtor of
j Tomb-tone, the water coming down
I In veritable torrents All oer the
jcUj- damage I? reported, elthtr to
! tre-. building- and -treet. All the
!tre' - t;i were oerrlow!ng from theida)s when the ground on which Hag
Jlarge lolume of water resulting from staff Is built as part of the Naia
(the ciouduurat and today a large num i resenation
jlier of telephones are out of commi Tne trial of the two Adaltouis. one
Ion. At the I.uton bridge above town
;on the TombMone-Bisbee road one of
Itha approaches was considerably dam -
d by water, while below Tombstone
n the Fairbank road the big cement
. acro-s Walnut Gu'.ch was almost
ra.ncd bv the water, which under -
mined the cement work, tearing it up
i a nu-i ber of places. Work of clear-
.:
ng ai the gutters and debris on the
reets was started with a crew of men
jrd all major damage repaired. Thin
u the second time In two vears that
lombston9 ha, been v!!ilei, b. 3
, s-orm of this character, with heavy
.3'n accompanied by a voung cyclone
twisting trees, fences and shacks in
la ?ath
COLONEL -GREENWAY
WILL RETURN IN JULY;
TO BUILD RAILROAD
BI3BEE. July Z Colonel John C
Ireenway is expected to return to his
, Some in Warren on the ISth. Colonel
Greenway has been in New York re-
it is learned from an authoritative j
source that in all probability Colonel
'Greenway will not become actively
identified with the C. and A and New
i
, Cornelia, at least for some time. He
v-ill probably devote most of his at-
tentlon to building a railroad from
Ajo to the Gulf of California.
Reports that Colonel Greenway will
consent to the use of his name as a
. candidate for the United States sen
ate in Arizona next year are altogeth
er unwarranted, his friends here say.
INDIANS FLOOD
FLAGSTAFF TO
ATTEND TRIAL
FLGSTVFF Ja.y i Seeral hur
dreJ Indian-, -onie o. whom droe'
j..j-e -'iaa 13" milto ir. wagon-
toe
ir.-.ieJ here to take part .u the r'ourtn
of July celebratics, and ta attend tLe
trial Saturdaj of Adaltonl Bigue No
1. and Adaluni Bigue No.
accuse 1
! the murder of Charles Hubbth
-ear Oraiba, last spring. The Iac.iar.5
are camped near the fair grounds The
, ligm of their fires rt.n.sds one of thi-
of them a medicine man of tne :aia-
' .o tribe, and both sons of .he old due.
1 L'atiltonv, la said to have stirrel thj
i mtert-ts of the Navajo-, as no similar
ease has done .n tnanv ver-
A !.dm -
' ..or of the Indian- have been summon
1 ed as witnesse-. while others of tho-e
I ho arrived to await the outcome of
the trial hive traveled from the ex
treme northeastern corner of Arizona
ir.d from Nevv Mexico, Colorado and
Utah.
' The charred body of Charles Huo
Lell, trader and brother of former
State Senator Lorenzo Hubbell, was
found the morning of March -i last,
in the ruins of his trading post, which
had been set afire. Two Na-.ajos
were tracked from tae scene of the
crime. Oraiba, a small Indian village,
into the mountains of northern Ari
zona, and later the Adaltonls wer?
catured by the Indian police.
Officers asserted that the elder of
the two. No 1, confessed that he had
shot Hubbell during a quarrel over the
trader's dog. which the Indian said
had bitten them
MUST HAVE INCREASE
OF PAY FOR EMPLOYES
COUNTY OFFICERS SAY
PHOENIX, July 4 The cost of op-
crating Maricopa county for one year
has been estimated at approxlmately
$350,000 by Clarence tSandage, clerk
of the board of eupervlsors, who Is
I now preparing the budget. This
(amount includes $20,000 more than
J the original figure submitted by tSaa-
aage which may be allowed by the
board of supervisors "or an Increase
uf salaries for the clerks in the vari
ous county offices
(!. I'll!)
Texas Oil Co.
to Drill in
Bowie Field
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BOWIE. nz . JuU 4 V. Th -f
Sifffford. held manager of the ' 77
Ol Co. an nzona compare compos
jel principal! of Safford. Globe and
J Miami business men. all of whom are
interested in the die!opment of the
1 Bowie Oil Basin, passed through her
j -.umlay, returning from an In-pect!on
i trip for the companlt- drilling in lh
Hanger and Burkburnett field. He na?
very enthusiastic about their pro-.- Franklin. ife of Judge Alfred Frank-l-ects.
j i,n, collector of internal revenue and
Mr Thorp state- that after an e- a former chief justice of the Arizona
tr!ie tr p through the big produc- sjprenie court, died la-t night at St
.IS oil fields of Te.is, he Is more con ,Jo-epV- ho-pltal after an illness of
'need than ever that we pave here In
the Bowie Oil Basin a great fkld.
j Avering the shallow- sho.ving of oil
i.at we have at 3:.l to 740 foot depth-
ril all -urface indications of dome
'and antlclimcal structure.
oil shale
j .rd sands would convince anv oil man
iof this fait
Manager Thorp states that hi- com-
lany have now urder consideration
the matter of putting a standard rig
at work In the Bowie Oil Basin as the
' 77" Company has good oil land hold-
ingn in this field
A California oil expert has just fin-1
ished a weeks Inspection of this sec-1
tion When asked his opinion he
Utated he is so firmly convinced of
:re possibilities of a big oil ba.ii here
that he secured over a thousand acres
i f oil land and Is returning home to
report to his associates. The chances
are that they will have a big standard
iig at work in the Bowie Oil Basin in
'n very' short time,
Several other strong companies are
j 'n the course of formation and are
I - curing ground From all indications
li now looks like the real develop-1
ment of the Bowie Oil Basin has be
r'l'i. MINT TO PAY MARKET PRICE
FOR SILVER BULLION, ORDER
WASHINGTON. July 3 Govern
went assay offices have been Instruct
ed by Director of the Mint Baker to
pay market prices hereafter for sil
ver found in gold bullion purchased
by the offices. Before July 1, the gov
ernment paid a dollar an ounce for
-uch silver, although the open market
rate rose as high as $1.14 after the
jmbargo was lifted
NUMBEI! :il
READY EOR
JUL! TERM
DF COURT
DRAWING OF TRIAL JURY WHICH
REPORTS MONDAY THE 14TH
FOR JULY TERM, HELD TODAY;
SETTING OF CRIMINAL CALEN
DAR HELD: COURT WILL RUN
UNTIL SEPTEMBER OR POSSI
BLY LONGER.
Wl'h the drawing of the trial jury
;i re iorr here Monday the 14th and
the setting of the criminal calendar
ihi- afternoon r-.crythirg t ready for
the open'ng of the July term of court,
r.hich s. ill last at least two months, if
no" eon-lderaml longer
This nornin ea panel of 100 jurors
o re.urt nex Mondar were drawn
and Sh- ff McDonald and his depu
ties will be bu-y issuing subpoenaes
djr rg -he net week
This afternoon at 1 o'clock the -et-
t ng ot the criminal calendar for the
i pre-ent term of court occurred and
ca-es were set beginnig with the Uth
i up until the latter part ot October.
i
the county attorney haing prepared
n li-t of cr.miral ca-es nou pending
for trial before the present term of
i irt wh'ch will be published Monday.
I is expected that with the pres-
n- number of cases that the jury
.-n of court will lat at least until
T;itP:nber Is, a'nd from tLen on civil
a-e- will be heard
Bes des preparing for the July term
of court today, a number of arrar.ge-
1 stents and plea- were luard by the
ur: a- well a- probate and ciUl mat
ters disposed of
, f.'RS. JUDGE FRANKLIN
, DIES AT ST. JOSEPH'S
PHOENIX. Ju! 4 Mrs Alfred
rneral weeks
She Is survived bv her husband and
two daughters. Kathleen and Jo-.e-
Line, and tvo brother in Californii
Mrs Trankhrs father. S. L. Brill. v,,i,
j p.oneer of Arizona for whom the
1 nil addit.on in this city was named
! Xo funeral arrangemeits have ct
been made
CCCONINO SHERIFF CONFIRMS
TRIPLE KILLING OF JULY 3
FLAGSTAFF. July 4 Sheriff J. O.
i iiamngton. of Coconino county, toJay
confinned the report received vester-
i Indian reservation about 190 miles
north of here, but said he had not
ieen advised of the names of the men
Involved. Ho believed the affray oc
curred ii Apache county
Yesterday's report stated a Nava
jo had shot and killed a white veter
inary surgeon and an Indian interpre
ter when the former attempted to ex
amine the Indian's pony, believed to
be d seased Before losing conscious
z.eii. It wa3 reported, the vetcrinar.-
.n killed his assailant
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SHORTAGE OF ONIONS
IN ARIZONA MARKET
PHOENIX, July 4 Almost a total
lack of onions and a sharp nse in
the market price are predicted by
dealers here The market practlcally
is bare of offerings, say the dealers
and no Immediate relief Is In sight.
The trade, it is said, ha3 depended
on getting onions from the Stockton
f.elds to keep up the supply during
the earlier weeks of July, but this
crop io reported to be late and no
ether supplies of any consequence are
available
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