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The house today pawed two consti
tutional amendment bills and the
house committee of the whole rec
ommended passage or four constitu
tional amendment bills as part of the
program of the Arizona Industrial con
gress a non partisan organization
Senate bill No 14 was the Arst of
these bills to be passed The vole
waa 24 to 13 This bill provides that
all state money shall be paid into
the state treasury and that the bond
ed debt be Increased to 4 per cent
of the assessed valuation of the state
SOO000000 at present It provides
that only real property owners Bhall
vote at a bond election Existing law
provides that several state depart
ments shall have bnnk deposits an
established bonded debt of 350000
and that any property owner may vote
at a bond electfon Under the pro
posed amendments the state treas
ury alone would be the state deposit
ory In banks
Senate bill No 16 to abolish the
district primary was passed by 22 to
IS It la proposed that the legisla
ture enact legislation to take the
place ofthe direct primary and It Is
the assumption as expressed In de
bute that the party convention will
be restored by such legislation
The house committee of the whole
F 11 A Kimball chairman consider
ed Senate Bill No 18 providing four
year terms for county officers Rep
resentative Barry democrat Miami
opened the debate by asking Why
elect supervisors for four years
Representative Matthews democrat
Graham county answered It the
people believe they have n good man
for office why not elect him for four
year as well as for two yearst
3vTheblllwa8 recommended
Senate Dill No 10 providing four
j oar terrhs for state officers was next
considered This bill provides that in
case of a tie vote for governor or
other state officers the legislature at
the next session shall ballot electing
to the disputed office the candidate
having the largest number of leglsla J
tlve votes There was no debate The
bill was recommended fo rpasseago
Senate Bill No 20 providing four
year term for members of the
lature was considered and In the ab
sence of debate was recommended
for passage Immediately Senato BUI
No 17 a supplemental measure for
the constitutional amendment bills
was recommended for passage with-
out debate
Tho evangelistic servlcoa that are
being held each evening at the Meth
odist church continue to bo well at
tended by the people of the town and
nro proving unusually intorostlng
Tho meetings are being conducted
by Rev W E HawklnB who is an
able and sincere speaker and pre
sents the teachings of the Bible in
n very strong and convincing manner
He announces for his subject Sun
day morning Tho Great Command
ments and extends a special invita
tion t every one to bo present at
this service An all day scrvlco will
be held which will Include an after
noon and evening meeting
A special feature of tho revival
services is the music which la fur
nished by two choirs the regular
choir of the church assisted by the
Baptist choir and the Booster
choir composed of tho boys and girls
Those choirs havo been divided Into
sections and each section has appoint
ed a captain Robert Sale Is captain
of the mens division Miss Harriet
Gearhart captain of the ladles while
the girls choir la lead by Miss Mar
garet Mercer The boys are under
tho leadership of Herbert Danner
These combined choirs are under
the leadership of B C Weaver as
sisted by Mrs E D Householder at
tho piano who la giving her services
not only at these meetings but at all
the church services throughout the
year R W Plsher on tho cornet
and Mr Williams with his violin
Prayer meetings hnvo been held In
the afternoons during the week at
the homes of Mrs Gertrude Ander
son Grandma Dallas Mrs Graham
Foster and Mrs U V Walton but
hereafter will be held In the church
at 230 each afternoon during the
remainder of the meetings
The services wll continue during
next week and Rev Hawkins stated
that he Is going to feed the people
on corn bread and greens In other
words ho will preach some real old
fashioned sermons i
The annual meeting of the stock
holders and directors of the Union
Canal company was held In Bishop
Tylers office in Thatcher last Satur
day March 4
Besides the regular routine busi
ness the election of a board of di
rectors was the only matter taken up
at this time The old board was re-
elected with the exception of S P
Fletcher who resigned W W Pace
was chosen to All the vacancy and
tho board as It now stands Is com-
posed of C M Pursloy Dick Layton
W W Pace Joe Alger and Willy
Coombs Sam V Pollock waa reap-
pointed superintendent of the canal
Representative Fralser Santa Cruz
couniy inirouucea n u No by re
quest amending the gasoline tax law
providing gasoline tax of 1 cent a
gallon shall be collected by the
dealer Instead of paid by the buyer
The bill exempfa from gasoline tax all
gasoline bought In tho state for ex
port to foreign countries or other
jBtates -
The house voted to accept an Invi
tation to vlfclt the Phoenix Union
high school this afternoon
In the Senate
Senator Saunders Apache county
Introduced a resolution which was
adopted asking the secretary of the
Interior to permit camping ln tho San
Carlos Indian reservation after Juno
1 and during the summer months
Senator Saundera explained that last
I i
the rainy seasons He said that la
former years campers were permitted
to enter the reservation June 1 of
each year
The senate adopted a resolution by
Senator Goodell Tucson supple
mental to the Stoddard resolution
asking the B It T to locate Its pro
poned hospital at Tucson The Stud-
The regular meeting of the board of
supervisors waa held In the court
house Monday with all the members
and tho clerk present
With the exception of approving
the notary bond of J M Wilson and
granting County School Superintend
ent Heywood a thirty days leave of
absence from the county very little
business was brought to the atten
tion of tho board
o j
Miss Plxley of tho Americanization
Association ot Arlrona will bo at tho
Hotel Olive tomorrow and will assist
spring the Indian agent refused to any alien Who deHlrca help ln get
permit campers In the reservation ting his naturalization papers proper
until July 15 which I Uie time ofly made out Any one desiring fur-
thor Information In regard to tho
work will pleaso consult Mrs II B
Cooper chnlrmun of tho civics depart
ment of tho Womnus Club
ly had decided either on Maricopa
county or Pima county Senator
Goodol said that the organization had
decided on either El Paso or Tucson
dard resolution stated some place In and that therefore ho folt the state
Arizona Mr Stoddard explained he
understood tho organization tentative-
should urge that the hospital be built
In Tucson Instead ot El Paso
That tho Apache Trail has no su
perior among tho scenic hlghwayU
ot the United States and Canada was
tho opinion expressed by members ot
the party of delegates from the North
eastern Lumbermens association
who arrived in Globe Monday aftcra
ride over the famous road
We saw the Grand Canyon and
tho beauties of tho northwest on our
trip last year said Paul SCollier
manager of the tour and we have
Just come from the wonders of tho
northwest including the great moun
tains in British Columbia and the
Cascades In Oregon and Washington
The Apache Trail stands without a
superior in beauty and grandeur
among the show places of America
If I could see but one of the two
tho Apache Trail or the Grand Can
yon I should schoose the former
it has magnificence grandeur and
stupendous outlooks Just as the can
yon has but It has greater stretches
of view more variety In beauty It
la amazing The world should know
It bettor
66 In Party
The party consists of 66 lumber
men from New York Massachusetts
and Pennsylvania and their wives
It travels in its own train of six
cars and diner which is transferred
from one road to the other In it the
party starting from Rochester N
Y went wost through Denver Salt
Lake City Spokane Seattle Puget
Sound lumber centers Portland apd
south into California In California
the party visited the great white
pine regions In the northern part of
the state and the redwoods of Hum 1
boldt county going south to Lbs
Angeles where It attended the lum
bermens convention and thence to
San Diego It came to Phoenix via
tile San Diego and Arizona railroad
Secretary Praises Arizona
Mr Collier who Is secretary of
ln America more deserving of co- wnjj
operation ln the marketing of pro- diiclcens
I am referring to your cotton
copper and cattle
We havo received the flneet sort
of hospitality in Arizona and It is
our regret that our stay In Globe will
be so short but we mustmnke tlmo
Wo should like to know you bettor
Sold on Forest Service
Wo have been Impressed In Ari
zona and other states with the splen
did work being done by the United
States forest service Make no mis
take about tho lumbermen we aro
thoroughly sold on the forest ser
vice We beliove thnt tho fine nnd
intelligent work It Is doing in Ari
zona an delsewhere Is of the very
greatest importance and benefit to
the nation I doubt it the general
public appreciates Ita value
It la tho bellof of the lumber
men that all land not better suited
to other uses shoHld bo placed to
trees and the forest service has prov
ed its ability to do reforestation as
It should be dono
Ou previous trips wo havo seen
tho plno timber of Arizona I under
stand there Is au enormous stand
ot this timber In tho Sierra Anclta
It Is fine merchantable stuff nnd
properly cut In such way as not to
deatroy tho forest will bo an endur
ing source of wealth to your stato
when It la available
Met by Special
Tho purpose of tho trip besides
attoudlng the convention was to In
spect lumber manufacturing opera
tions at first hands study methods
I f
of grading and manfacturlrig and
to acquaint lumber manfacturers
with tho needs of tho eaaternmar
keta Tho party made heavy pur
chnsea in the- northwest
The lumbermens special train
which brought them to Phoenix made
tho detour via Marlcppa and Bowie
to meet the party In Globe It was due
to arrlvo In Globe at 030 oclock
Tuesday night but the locomotivo met
wtlh a mishap near Bowie and tho
departure was delayed until 11 oclock
From Globe tho lumbermen will
make a tour of the southern states
via El Paso Sanr Antonla and New
Orleans visiting- all the famous tim
ber lands in the Bouth an dending
the trip whore it began at Roches
ter N Y
The trip will then have covered
more than 10000 miles In about six
L J Broshears has leased the In
dian Hot Springs tyr the summer
season nnd has taken Immediate pos
session of them Mrs Broshears will
be In charge and has given the hotel
a thorough cleaning and has put
them in first class condition All
trains will be met at Pima by a car
and the guest conveyed to the Springs
A big dance
Layton Hall
Friday March 10
By whom
Layton Relief Society
Lunch will be served Tickets 100
Including one plate
Three angel food cakes will be giv
en free as prlzea for the first second
rnd third bst dancers In tho prize
Liotii your5 and old are invite
and there wll be dances to suit
The music will be furnished by the
Happy Jack Orchestra
Mrs Martha Skinner who recent-
the Northeastern Lumbermens ly boiIght tho ol DdVo Beobe place
elation said Tuesday night J u Layton received by express on
In Arizona we havo been de- Wednesday afternoons train 175
lighted with the development shown yolIIlg white Leghorn pullets Those
In many lines especially In Irrigation dickens aro six weeks old and were
and wnter development We have Bhlpped from tho pouUrjP farm o G H
been much impressed with tho young at Santa Cru2 Ca and wore
cesslty of cooperation by the rest ln flrBt claBa conltion when they ar
of tho United States with Arizona rjved here
mining farming and other Indus- Mnj sklnner expect8 to start a
tries Surely there Is no other place poultry farni wnlch she w 8tock
1500 purebred White Leghorn
Home Missionary Appointments for
March 12th 1922
EDEN Oscar G Layton and Win
R McUrido
BRYCE Eugene nohner and
Warner Mattlce
HUBBARD Delbert Tyler and
Douglas Lamoreaux
GRAHAM Wesley Taylor and
Ross S Bean
and Glen Evnna
LEBANON M Tunnor and Wll
ford Relchmnnn
LAYTON Ellge Sallno and An
drew Anglo
THATCHER Emory Hubbard and
Lester Mecham
Wm Mc Rao
CENTRAL Paul Merrill and Ellis
PIMA Lawrenco Welkor and Harry
ry Mi Carroll
MATTHEWS Wm Fuul Beebo
nnd Grovor Hooper
ASHURST Gran Curtis and Walt
er Harms
EMERY Mr and Mrs Ephrulm
VIRDBN Vernal Andoraon and
Robert Stlnson
GLOBES or MIAMI Lawrenco
Kempton and Waller Footo
i 8pencor Kimball
Stake Clerk
The superior court of Graham coun
ty convened again Tuesday morning
after an adjournment of several days
with Judge Chambers presiding and
the trial Jury present
The first matter to be taken up was
tho Pennsyl estate Involving the heir
ship of the late Joseph Pennsyl and
occupied the time for two days The
case was given to the Jury late Wed
nesday night and after being out un
til 130 yesterday afternoon brought
ln a verdict ln favor of the Pennsyl
vania claimants
On January 9 1920 Joe Pennsyl
a prominent farmer and stock man
of Pima and who had become estrang
ed from his family in the east died
leaving an estate valued at 80000 to
which there was no will and to which
there were no known heirs At that
time It waa believed the estate would
revert to the State ot Arizona but
upon investigation It waa found that
Mr Pensyl had a brother and several
sisters besides other heirs children
of deceased brothers living In Bed
ford county Pennsylvania Attorney
Hill who was representing the state
became convinced that these were
the genuine heirs and withdrew from
the case
Tho Pennsylvania heirs were repre
sented by Attorney W K Dial of thle
place and Attorney John J Dwyer of
that state and It was through their
presentation of army records census
and pension bureau statistics and also
evidence given by a number of resi
dents ot thlif valley who testified
that Mr Pensyl had often Bpoken to
them of his brothej a and sisters In
Pennsylvania that their clients were
proven to be the rightful heirs
Another claimant to the estate wbb
D B Morrla of Idabel Okla and was
represented by Attorney E L Sprlggs
of Safford and Attorney McLelland
of Oklahoma who failed to establish 4
relationship of their cllont to Mr
Tho tractor school that la being
conducted by tho Ford Agency will
cloBe In a few days Thoschool has
been vory successful and about sixty
men have availed themselves of this
opportunity to nequlro knowledgo of
the verv latest andjmproved methods
of farming Demonstrations of the
use of the Fordson tractor In connec
tion with tho different farm Imple
ments which Include the Oliver Disc
given each day at the Conway farm
Just south of town and Instruclona1ln
tho care and use ot theso Implements
plow were glvon each day at the Cou
way farm Just south of town and in
structions In the care and use of
these Implements were given by B S
Pariah representing the Fordson trac
tor and F M Blake of the Oliver
Chilled Plow Works at the Ford Gar
age In town where tho tractor and
Implements were taken apart and re
This school nas been conducted by
tho Ford Agency without any chargo
whatever to those who took the course
and tho munagers of tho company
hope that the knowledgo acquired by
the men who nttended will be of
great advantage to them In the fu
ture management of their furms
Later in the spring anothor courso
of instruction will be given by tho
company which will also bo free of
chargo and at this time the actual
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Tho musical entertainment that was
given in tho Layton Hall Monday
night by the Mutual Improvement
association ot tho Layton ward is
said by those who attended to have
been one of tn best ever given here
The program which consisted entlr
ly of operatic numbers was well rend
ered In truly professional style
The program given waa as follows
Soldiers Chorua Faust
Male Quartet
Flower Song Faust
Piano Duet Song of Love
Misses Delta Welker and Opal Foote
Selection from Operetta Merry
Milk Maids Aaron Nelson
Selection from Bohemian Girl Then
Youll Remember Me
Mrs George Burrell
Solo and Duet from Trovatore
Home to Our Mountains
Mr and Mrs H L Payne
Selection from Trovatore Ah- I
Have Sighed to Rest Me H L Payne
Duot Hear Me Norma Norma
Mrs Cook and Mrs Welker
Violin Selection L Holladay
Selection from Bohemian Girl Heart
Bowed Down Joseph Bingham
Baracarolle Tales from Hoffman
Ladles Chorus
Selection from Operetta Merry
Milk Maids Miss Velva Phillips
Selection from Carmen i
Ladles Chorus
Violin Selection L Holladay
The eighth anniversary of tho or
ganization ot the Womans Club was
celebrated Wednesday afternoon with
a circus given In Masonic Hall and
waa truly a genuine circus In every
respect and the performance of the
dlftereut wild animals was a source
of constant mirth for the spectators
The grand parade started prompt
ly at 300 oclock and was headed
by the manager ot the circus Mrs
F L Glnter the rlngmlstress Mrs
U Scott Schenck and the prima donna
Mrs J A McNeil xolowinir these
came tho Rube Band and a gor
geous array of actors actresses
clowns dancing girls teddy bears
elephants and numerous other wild
animals After the parade the per
formance proper started and a pro
gram aa given below was carried out
Rough Riders two step Song Mrs
J A McNeil Tho Band Box Dance
Josephine Dial Heavyweights waltz
Elephants waltz Teddy Bear waltz
Dance Yvonne Dial Rope Walker
Mrs Ivan Dial Performing seals
Hindu Dance Mrs J Horowitz
Rough Riders two step Dance To
a Wild Rose Evelyn Holman
noons entertainment Is due to the
untiring effordts of the entertainment
committee which is composed of Mes
dames Glnter Rawson E H Roach
and Brooks who were ably assisted
by the president of tho club Mrs
D Scott Schenck as ringmaster
At the close of the performance
pink lemonade and Ice cream cones
were served to the nudlence and the
circus performers including all of
the wild animals
There were u number of out of town
guests present and occupied the re
served seats and Include Mesdamcs
Guild of Phoenix Gay Burch York
Stnpp and Cunningham ot Clifton
Tho circus was given aa a trial per
formance and proved to be such a
Howling success that the ladies
are considering giving a public per
formance in Briers Hall at bo mo
Learly date
Found a Cure for Indigestion
I use Chamberlains Stomach and
use of the mow lug machine attach- Liver Tablots for Indigestion and find
nient to the tractor will bo demon
Mrs Alfred Sowell has rocelvod a
mossage stating thnt her sister Mrs
Alice Hoffman died suddenly at her
home In Spriugflold Illnola from
pneumonia Tho friends ot Mrs
Sowell extend tholr sympathy to her
In tho Bad loss ot one so near and
dear to her
they suit my case better than any
dyspepsia remedy I have over tried
uud I have UBed many different medi
cines I am nearly fifty ono years of
ago and have suffered a great deal
from indigestion I can cat almost
anything I want to now writes
George W Emory Rock Mills Ala
Theso tablets contain no pepsin but
strengthen the stomach and enable
It to digest the food naturally
Alex Bellman of this place left for
El Paso laBt Saturday night and on
Tuesday night was man led to Miss
Sarah Uordon ot that city Mr Bell
man is a prominent businessman of
Safford and has many friends hers
who extend to hlin and hia bride their
Iho following account ot the wed
ding is taken from tho Wednesday
Issue of the El Paso Times
The wedding of MIbs Sara Gordon
and Alex Bellman was solemnized
Tuesday evening at 8 oclock at the
home of the brides sister Mrs Ben
Farber The house was artistically
decorated In carnation sweet peas and
ferns with an altar arranged ln the
living room
Preceding the ceremony Mrs Delia
Emoa sang Because and a three-
piece orchestra played the wedding
march Bridesmaids were Miases
Dorothy Krupp and Sadie Farber who
wore handsome costumes ot white
satin and carried arm boquets ot
Bweet peas tied with rainbow tulle
They wore followed by little Tilly
Farber as Cower girl dressed ln a
frilly frock of white organdie and car
ried a basket of rose leaves which
she strewed in the brides pathway
The bride entered on the arm ot
Mr Farber who gave her in marriage
She wore wedding robes ot white sat
in and lace Her veil was worn Span
ish comb effect caught with a coron
et ot orange blossoms She carried
an arm boquet of brides roses and
orange blossoms They were met at
the altar by the bridegroom and his
best man Paul G Krupp Rabbi
Blumenthal officiated
Following the wedding an informal
reception was held the orchestra play
lng through the receiving hours The
table for the service of refreshments
was daintily arranged with a cover
of Madeira centered with a silver
basket ot carnations and sweet peas
and lighted with pink shaded candles
ln silver holders
Mr and Mrs Bellman loft for a
trip through tho western states and
will make their home In Safford Ari
zona where Mr Bellman la a promin
ent business man Mrs Bellman has
made her home with Mr and Mrs
Farber hero for several years and has
a host of friends ln the city
Mrs H A Guild executive secre
tary ot the State Child Welfare Board
Is making a tour ot the stato ln tho
Interest ot the work and was in Saf
ford Wednesday Mrs Guild was w ell
pleased with the work that has been
accomplished by the county board
L L Prunty athletic and manuel
training teacher in the high school
and Killlan Sales motored to Tucson
Friday to attend the games at the
state meet which was held at the uni
We have all kinds of
Implements Let us
show you
Your young grain needs
See Our
Authorized Ford
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