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Sl'NDAY. SKi'TlfiMBER 14, 1919.
MEMBERS SAY AMPLE
REASON FOR ACTION
DOUGUAS. Sept. 8. There has
been considerable discussion through
out the county during the past two
-weeks regarding the action of the
sapervlsors in ordering the state en
gineer, Thomas Sladdock, to discon
tinue all wcrk in this county which
required the panicnt and approval
by the board of supervisors. This
morning Chairman I. C. E. Adams and
C. M Roberts, member of the board
were in the city today and confirmed
the statement contained In a letter
test by the board to the state en
gineer ard say even more about why
tin work on account of the county's
eventy-fhe rer cent of the state road
tax was discontinued for the present.
"! want to say that the reason wny
Mr. MaleeX. the state engineer was
notified to stop all work In this
county was because the work was
costing jast about Idou'e what It
should be done for under proper super-
vision and direction," said Mr. Ro-1
berts. Continuing. Mr. Roberts said: j
"The road work in this county under ,
the direction of the state engineer has .
not given a fifty cent value for the
money spent and the members of the
beard rT supervisors have reached the
determination that the waste shall not I
be continued and unless the board.,
it3Tird in tho fiitnrt- anil xinrV done1
by contract then the road money
wMcli cannot be expended except by
the Joint action of the supervisors and I
the state engineer will remain
Both .Mr. Roberts and Mr. Adams
zr.enticaed mat;j bills for road suj
piic. purchased on accoant of the
ttEte engineer, wherein articles were
charged at much greater prices than
"were reasonable. One instance wat an
item of nntches which -were paid for '
by wholesale at the same rate that a ;
single box of matOiis ulll cost.
The supervise spending of federal
aid money available tor this j-ounty
said that so far as they were con
cerned they hoped that this money
could be obtained foT the projects al-
ready outlined, and for which they!'orA' il3'-3 uena" OI -ew nco ics. mametnatlcs. languages, voca
are informed application has beenjJd Arizona entertained the men at tlcnal subjects, commercial subjects,
madeb the state .engineer. The hoard , to::'r E32 a K SI:ne 3t Ccze7 ls mIlsic m art'
is ready at ay trmt to cooperate I
with the state engineer in securing
cy money possible from the govern
men!. However, they s,aid they had
nodefinite information about the
lock for federal aid in Cochise county.
but that thev are reaav at anv timo
to co-operate in any proper way
secure this aid.
Both members of the board declared pl5ta; I!- D- Davls- "fibers: Fnil
tbafln future the policy in this ', " 3iratb. Lowell; W. G. Elerick,
county would be contract all work j Phoenix; Ramon A, Senna. Florence:
on the roads -where there was ai,al,0 5- Pa. Tucton; Charier R.
ttretch of roads to be built that would ' CoaSh, Lehi; L. P. Smilh, dlrtoa;
Justify asking for bias. iJack Howard, Ta!or; Rob Car-
, rlllo. Tucson; William J. Young, Pres-
DEPARMENT STOPS DISTRIBU- :0'i- Itcbt- G- I-Dve- Somerton; T. SI.
ION OF MOTORS TO STATES AND.M(Joer- f&yi Milchor Sandobal. Ala-
COUNT1ES OF ARIZ. LACK QUOTA,
PHOENIX, Sept. . The war
payment hao stopped the further dis-
tribution to the states of "motor pro -
pelled vehicles and motor equipment."
and the Arizona state highway depart -
meni, in conjunction with the high-
way departments of the other states,
Ere starting a vigorous fight to have
"more definite legislation passed to
provide for the distribution for road
'purposes of the rest of the motarl
1 - J
equipment now held by the war'de -
panment, which may be sold if con-1
Amj-.- ha Mb-A t m marl I i t a Q 1
Tit state highway department ex -
pected to get 400 motor vehicles, in -
cindinc tracks, tractors, and small
i-Iojiooiles, and have actuIy recei
ved 62 trucks and 12 tractor. If the
rew ruling of the war department
remains In force the state highway de
partment will be compelled to use all
tbey hare received and the counties
will get no allotment.
VILLA STARTS LOWER CALIFOR
NIA REVOLT AGAINST CANTU
YUMA. SepL 9. Discontent among
forces of Gov. Esteban Cantn at AI
godones. Lower 43al!fornIa, near the
line, culminated early yesterday In
what officers declared was a small
Insurrection. Thirty Mexican sol
diers killed Captain Jose Torres, com
mander of the Algodonei garrison,
and Lieutenant Cortex, second In com
mand, looting a saloon, stole 35 hors
es and deserted, according to Ameri
cans returning from there tonight.
September 1st. 1919, marks the be
ginning of another epoch in the hls-
lory of AJo and the New Cornelia Cop- i
per Company, sajs
News. For on that day the new 100
'oa experimental flotation mill and
ilant besan operations.
As in the case of all other xew
;!an:s. some little time must pat
ia the operation of the one before
evei thing will be tuned up for the subjects are Englishh, mathematics,
-pjI commencement of the run it isisjcial science and hygiene. The e'.ec-
4;uj, .has with new machinery and
It is, In-possible
to say when the
est w.ll have been cone udeJ,
eing pure conjecture.
will be a sjcces here Is assured,
ncasli deta.Ie must be first worked
u:, in .he crushing of the ore and in
ha uetersi'iia'.ion of the right oil, etc.
Six men extra, only are required for
he flotation ni.ll at present on one
shift. ;hc ne mill being within the
eaching riant enclosure.
C. A. Matte is superintendent of
the new mill under Plant Superinten-
.lent Jas. A. Potter.
A b'g shot did effcilve work on
the south end of Hill 3, steam shovel
A charge of 16.000 pounds of powder
was set off. well breaking up 100,000
Thp ok: bic shot, nhlrh will be '
ready in 45 days, more or less, will be
:he last of the large oai. and perhaps
:he bisgest. Then the- whole top of
hill :!1 have been broken up.;
aid previously been
A3IZ0NA MEN TO BE
DISCHARGED AT FT. BLISS
PHOENIX. Sep.. ?. Ar.'zona mtm-itory
b.-.-s cf cae of the Hoboken cat -
u-: companies, made up largely of,
solders and others
-cluJ f.-caa their original units,
ia-e let: H:r:.Mirr:i and are now on .shorthand, typewriting: music or art.l "TCKENBURG Stnke of ore run
:heir way to Fort B'iss fordemobill j In the twefth grade or las: year of nIllB 45 a ,on "ar ndsoarg causes
irion Th inf :nnat!on was Te- high school, the required subjects are eicI,ement-
cclved in a j ire :o governor Campb
rem Ihe Kock-v Mountain clab cf New
-and The Arizona members of the
A. Enemas. Hot Spring; Herman J.
I K2acnt- Jhoenix; V. C. WHUaritt.
out-jaIobe; RobiTl A- 1?'; Mesa; Paul
Ta5lor Cltfton; J. F. Muir, Bisb-e;
' George It. Hegi. Backeye; Robert
t Chase, Willcox; n.
Chancer; William T.
Bradley, lltra ,
All of these men, it Is stated, are
former members of the famous First
'ar - a niTd Divisions, which saw. some
j01 severest fighting in France.
' NOT FATAL TO WOMAN
KINGMAN, Sept. 10. Standing on
the od7 of a rattler while it was sink-
. lnir II inTifc infn hpr !!. wra fh
crience of Mrs. Ada Chapman at her
. .- . , . . .
. .. w . -"D -rf.M ... .,,,.,n.
She and her husband had gone into
j the back yard In the dusk of the ev-
tcning and while moving around
stepped on a rattlesnake. The reptile
, . , . , .
struck her several times an th t".
ter husband standing helplessly nea.
by. He immediately cut open the
wound and sacked the poisoned
blood from It. Dr. Petty was hurried
ly called from Kingman and Ed. La
Fenlere arrived with him at the
ranch by midnight. Tlie good woman
recovering and no serious effects are
anticipated. Mrs. Chapman is a
daughter of Henry Bacon and as a
strange coincidence it was a year ago
th'at he lost his son by drowning near
CAMBLINO MAY BE
NEW GRAND JURY
PHOENIX, Sept. 10. The grand
Jary will be sworn In at 9:30 o'clock
Wednesday morning for the purpose
of investigating conditions In general
In the city and couaty.
CHANGED IN SCHOOLS
PHOENIX. Sept. 6X. The state
ocard of education, at its meeting in
the CapKo.. adopted a course o;
the AJo Coprri:udy that is a somewhat radical de-!
parture lrom preioas practice, cm-j
bracine the trades commonly known,
;s the Junj.r and senior high schools,
he aeventu. eighth, ninth, tenth, elev
.nth and tv.elfth grades.
In the seventh grade the required
It. ve subjects are manual training, dam.
stic science, agriculture, penman
hip, drawing or music.
la the eighth grade the required .
'i - jj.'ects are English, mathematics
d social science; the elective mb.
jects are languages. Spanish French.
or Latin; manual training, domestic
science or agriculture, hygiene, and
penmanship, drawing or music.
Ninth grade required subjects ir
English, mathematics and mil"arv
ti lining; elective subjects ars
guages. IrtncL, Sranlsh or Ia'.-i. an- - u- u- property,
cient history, manual training, do-1 HACKBE.HRY Senate silver shaft
mtwtlc science or agriculture; com down so fe1 reaches excellent ore.
merclal subjects, penmanship and blg slher stride In Banner mine,
spelling, or typewriting; rnuIc or art ' NACO Work on new army , bar
Tenth grade requirements are Fn "a:k5 progressing rapidly.
glish and military training; and the '
hItory. science. br
tanv innlnrv. rhvslnlnrv nr rlil M ,
logy: lanjuages. French, Spanish or,lon of aI1 Prpert''s in state for tax-
Latin; vocational sjbjects, domestic latIoa ' $855,542,437 92.
science, agriculture or Industrial PHOENIX t'OM'O apartment
rrurses; comercial ubj.
, and commercial geography,
writing, commercial arithmet'e. mus-
1c or art.
Required subjects In the eleventh
grade are English
Ilnliprt ?taip hu.
and military training. Electlves
zre mithematlc. chemistry. languages
FTench. Spanish or Latin; vocational, i
domestic science, er'eulture or Innno.
tril coases; commercial bookkeepica.
English, civics, economics, and mlli-i
J tary training. The electlves the phys -
JUDGE OWEN T. ROUSE
DIES OF PARALYSIS
TUCSON. Sept. 9. Judge Owen T
Rouse, 76 years old, former Justice of
the state supreme court and An ma
pioneer, died this morning at 1:50
o'clock. TIs death was caused hy -a
srrcTce of paralyel3.
Judge Riure left his home Saturday
tt noon apparently in the best of
healtn and went to his office. When
night came and his wife had -waited
for him for more than an hour past
Charlie D.'etz. who has had a room
with the Rouse family for a number of
years, volunteered to go to the (of -
nee and see what was the matter.
As Sir. DIctz entered Judge Rouse's
office he found the judge lying on
the floor paralyzed and unconscious.
Dletz had Judge Roase removed
to his home and Judge Rouse re
mained uncorscious until 1:30 this
rroralng when he died.
The funeral arrangements will not
be announced until the arrival of re
latives from Oakland, Cal. It is
probably that the Slasons will con
duct the funeral as Judge Rouse Is
a past grand commander of the
Knights of Templar.
He is survived by a wife. Hlfi son
died several years ago.
' NOGALES WOMAN
NOGALES, Ariz Sept. 9. SIIHtary
and civil authorities today revealed
that Sirs. John McPhereon was taken
from her home Saturday night by a
negro soldier, carried to the woods
The .woman wandered" home an
hour after being carried away. Her
three small children gave the alarm
to neighbors who notified -the police
and the militia, and the guard was
turned out in an effort to locate her
assailant The guard Is still In the
Mrs. ilcPherson states that she can
Identify her asssallant, and she will
be taken before the regiment when
her nerves are quieted. Meantime
l thorough check Is being made.
WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL REVIEW
Sept. 9. Chandler Work to be
started at once on J20.0C0 show house.
PHOENIX State land commission
to levy $50,000 to survey potential
Prescott to hold Annual
state fair Oct,
NOGALES Slexican arrested
3,000 rounds of ammunition.
G 10 HE $1,003 appropriations ask
id to investigate the necessity for con'
structica of road to Springervllle
TUCSON Tucson to become avla-
n- ecnter, tubstant'al company com-
RUlroad yards choked uith loaded
' and industries shutting down fot
!"- of empty tars is becom.ng a
KINGMAN Operators and miners
reaeh settlement, mining activities re-
fumed. McCracken mill makes first I
shipment of 0 tons of concentrates
Hackicny mill making big pr dac
t:on, plant to start 24 hour' shifts
Active operations to be started on
! PATAGONIA From present inJi-
1c.m old Morning Glory mine wi.l
aRaln come lnt0 lts own-
I HObMX Total aisesed valua-
i house rr!ns completion.
I MIAMI Inspiration Copper con
1any 0Prting at reduced capacity.
Du: " working large force on surracc
Improvements. Thousands cf dol-
lars binS expended on road construe-
,loa and construct'on of adminlstra
I "on baIIdlns o be modern in every
respect, is well In hand.
' Ul1 m9,al PrIces settled, both mine
' and mi" '" be "P'ra'-ed at capacity
Production of Calumet k Arizona
irx,)n'n8 company for the month o:
.lllll- UAH 1 ,! ftAO tui.m.1, nf ft.... .....
per which compares with 4,142,000 in
June and 4.214,000 In July. 1918.
Great road from Phoenix and San
Diego is planned to Salt Lake City.
PRESCOTT Work progressing sat
isfactorily on Sombrero Butte prope:
'y of the Slagma Chief Coprer com
, pany. The new shaft !s down 24
There were 3.248 more automobiles
In the state of Arizona on July 21.
1919. than there were a year ago,,
according to figures complied at the
office of the secretary of state. On
July 31, 1918, thsre were 22,750 cars
registered In Arizona. On July 31.
j ,s. ,ere wer'e .ssg
Phoenix farmer raises 4Z tons at
Prme!ons from oae acre.
pHoESIX-.0000J is sub.-crlbed
1 fnr MW hote,
State compete with private con
cerns In contracting for road work.
Phoenix Gazette continues to be-
jieve mat ine Business nr thp Kilt
m ., ...
........ .......j ..,,, BBH4UI UC UUI.U11.V;
of a main line railroad through that
.Phoenix starts automobile stage
line to coast.
Hay growers seek better freight
Phoenix may extend its corporate
JIARFA. Sept. 10 Gregoria Ren
taria, brother of Jesus Rentaria, the
bandit leader who held Lieuis. Harold
G. Peterson and Paul H. Davis for
ransom in Mexico, was shot and killed
by Capt. Leonard Slatlack last week
across the river from Candelarla,
Texas, according to a report just
brought here from the river station.
According to one version of the shoot
ing Renteria told Mexicans in San
Antonio, Chih., opposite Condelaria
he was planning to cross the Rio
Grande and "get two Americans."
Captain Slatlack went to Investigate,
according to this story, and when he
saw Renteria draw his rifle Slatlack
kllled-hlm in his tracks.
A report was also received here that
general Antonia Prumeda's troops
captured eight Villa rebels, 40 horses
and saddles near Pledra Aman, Chih,
on September 6.
CAUGHT IN DOUGLAS
DOUGLAS, Sept. 11 Raymond
Paul Haghey, aged 14 years was
taken to Tcmtstone by SJrs. G. II
Hirst, acting county probation officer,
to stand trial In the Juvenile section
3f the superior coar: for a teriei
?f nine local bu-glaries. ti which" he'
has c:nfe?sed, "I did it to live." de
clared the boy traglcall, his blue
eyes filling with tears.
The capture of the bey came about
acciijently. Last Sunday morning
an emploiee of the Ice derartme.it cf
the Douglas traction of Ugh com-1 Moon, and StcKclligon fer ihet state
pany caught the you'h In the home .The double charge of burgl-irl and
3t H. D Patter., 1510 Ninth stre;t larceny was entered ae,ali.st tht us
The toy explained h's rreser.ee l j" Feet.
sajlng he had come to that address It Is understood that Mom's ie
to work, but probably had gotten in fensc will consist of an attempt to
the wrong boue. The ice man's sus-
plcions were aroused, however, and
he reported the matter the fclloT.Ii:,;
day to Mr Patten, who made a has-
ty search at his home and lound
several small articles apparently
missing. He asked the Ice man to
apprehend the boy when nett he
saw him. This led to the bo'i ap-
prehension at Camp Harry J. Jones. ' Aagslf s tor examination cinl eouipar
the Ice man bringing him down to ison with tlu' Prnts taken from those
the police station. 'e't on the safe door th- r.irbt of the
After being questioned briefly, ' robbe-rv and ui.cn the vtr.Wil of the
the lad broke down and conf"ed
that he entered nine different resld-
ences in Doug'as.
SCHOOL CAN'T OPEN
HAVE NO TEACHERS
PHOENIX. Sept. 11. I'nlfEs a '.arte
supply of teachers suidealv arrve In
Vrizona from parts unknown there
are going to be several schools in
Arizona at the start of the coming
season mia'is instructors This ac-1
cording to C. O. Case, especially ap
plies to country schools I
It was stated at Mr. Case's offic-1
jeaterday that calls had beeo, made-i
from practically every county in the I
state for teachers for rural s;hoM
Several of the requests for teachers
t fated that unless instructors were se
cured shortly a number of schools i
would remain closed. Solomonville is
ecial'y hard hit.
Sir. Case eaid yetf rjay that if there
are any teachers in the city who d.--ire
positions he could placo them a
CARDED IN BENSON
BENSON. Sept. 10. The amuse- I .
ment feature of the Cattlemen's con- j ATTEMPTS TO BREAK
vention. representative of the Cochise- FROM COUNTY JA(4-
Graham Cattle Growers' association,) PHOENIX. Sept. 8 Attempting to
which meets here Friday and Satur- escape jail under the veiy eyes of
day night of this week, v.ll! b" althe shenir. Itcmundo Osono, a 13
grand boxing carnival. Saturday year-old juvenile prisoner was caught
night Al Sli.Vannes of Tucson will in the act as he was about !o descend
meet for the second time Ra'ph De jfrom the t omen's cell en the tteoml
Slotte of the 21st infantry In a 10- floor to the ground by means of a
round go. The two fought at Tuc-1 blanket rope.
son recently and Slc.Mannes got a The Mexican lad had Ucd his blank
close decision. Tony Ochoa cf Tuc- which he flurg from his wnmlow and
son and SI. H. Rawson cf Benson willjwhich could be seen Ly Sheriff Mor.t
stage the e emi-finals in a four-round I goraery as he sat at his ilU in the
bout and there will be two other four
round "goes" between local mitt ar
its. A program of
cowboy sports, a
baseball game and dances Friday
and Saturday night will be other tea-
1 THE WAR
BUT PATRIOTIC CITIZENS STILL MUST CONTINUE TO HOLD
THEIR LIBERTY BONDS IF THEY WISH TO HELP THEIR
j IF YOU FIND YOURSELF PINCHED AND NEED MONEY, WE
ARE HERE TO LEND MONEY ON YOUR BONDS.
IF YOU MUST SELL THEM WE OFFER THE HIGHEST MARK-
ET PRICE FOR THEM. '
First National Bank
M. M. BLUDWORTH, Cashier.
ESTABLISHED IN 1902
4per cent Paid on Your Savings Deposits. In Any
Under United States Government Supervision f
OUR SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES WILL SOON BE HERE. MAKE
YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW FOR ONE OF THEM. WE WILL
HAVE ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER.
1,L U! DEFENSE CF SUS
PECTED SAFE CRACKERS
'BISBKE, Sept. 11. New develop
ment are cxicted In tLc Tirn rob
ber) case by the pol.ee ai it the sher
ilf's olicc. Chel Moon, the inspect
who was taken it to custody ly the
ati.hontles Sunday, is still In tho lo-
cal Jail being uiuble to furnish bail'
bond which vas set at KtCO.
Moon was given a t (uring )li rilay
rnori,ing in Judge Allison's eeurt and
bond fixed at $5000. He will be ar
raigned at 2 o'clock tTiil.. Starr
Williams appeared -s uttemcy fur '
Prove an alibi on the n.tlit 'n ius--
Hn- The police have stt.t ut data
concerning the robbery tujiithrt eitlea
a:ul It expected that other p.-.itles
connected with the robbery will be
Picked up in the next few days. I ho
linger prints of Moon have'been'sent
,0 tnt arm " at Leavenworth
aad to the Bertlllion bureau al Los
experts har.gs much
WINS TAX SUIT
K"v'Gl!AN, S-Pt. TO. iudrc aw
tellr, of the f ileral ourt at Pii-scutt,
has just rtctr.t; baiileil do" n a de
cision In favor of Vohav- trinity in
the cauve cf W. II Rivers, iltlng busi
ns at The Kingman Mcri.uitHe
company, versus the .vitcr if Mo
have county. - ' ' ,!.
The hearing was had upon an in
junction glvtn the Tru.tees In Bank
ruptcy r slr.iir.ipg tb at-trr r,t
th.s courtv from tollecticn ef lant-s
sesteil against the -trek of the
above mentioned company bistd upon
Its full cash value, this ling llic
right of the county according to its:
contention. .., iT'K'
The contention of the Truifie was
that the federal appraiser's vahiatloo
v.as binding on tho county fcr tax
Atsihtant County Attori - l( j.
Dubin, appeared for .Vthavt. tcunty
nd Tcwi.cnd. Stockton and C'sIk,
.'.ttorntjs of Phoenix apprtd frr the
The jailer was notified ar.d the boy
placed in the juvenile cell whtre bo
i will bf held until his deiarturc- Icr the
j Fort Grant Industrial school to wlilth
he has been committed fcr various
IS OVER I