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VOLUME XXX NOGALES, SANTA CRUZ COUNTY. ARIZONA, APRIL 15, 1922. NO. 1G. MOTORCADE TO NOGALES. WHY COMMERCIAL BODIES FAIL The Los Angeles Chamber of m 5 CONQUER BY SAY I NO Overcome the shift lessness of listlessness and save and have. Gain a name and fame through conquest of yourself. Lay aside a little money and re ceive the reward that peace of body and mind brings when you are old. Start depositing here today. THE First National' Bank of Nogales, NOGALES, ARIZONA soma bam i ma co. Nogales, Arizona CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS 25,00001) Epes Randolph, President Li. A. Martinez. Vice President Max McIjLer, Vine President Wm C. Wixeoab, Secretary J. M- Estritgo, Asst. Secretary C. Miqnabdot, Cashier A General Banking Business Transacted BOUGHT AND SOLD FOREIGN EXCHANGE ( GOLD & SILVER BULLION AGENCIES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES IN THE WEST. COAST OF MEXICO OH COURTESY. quality service. The Spirit of Friendship. This store looks upon its patrons not merely as customers but as friends. People purchase here because they have friendly feeling for this store. The cause which develops this friendly feeling, may differ, in fact, they are sure to differ. One's friendship for the store is the result of finding good values: another's is the result of effi cient service and courteous treatment, and so on. Naturally this friendshiply feeling on the part of our patrons Is reciprocated on om'part. And this spirit of mutual friendship is an impetus for greater service and an incentive to ever-increasing endeavor to make this store a place where every visitor will feel perfectly at home. THE - BROADWAY STORE, INC. NOGALES, ARIZONA Good Roads Boosters Will Make Inter national Run From Phoenix. Phoenix, April 10. An "In ternational Run" from Phoenix to Nogales. Mexico, is being planned by the Automobile Club of Arizona and the good roads entertainment committee, J. G. Montgomery, chairman, as the crowning feature of the big na tional good roads convention to be held in this city during the week of April 24. .lust to show the delegates who will congregate from all parts of the country, what Ari zona is really like; just to show them what Aiizona good roads are like; just to show them the Arizona brand of hospitality, and just to give them the time of their lives, the club and the com mittee have agreed to take care of the ent rlainment features climaxing the convention, and in a manner which will provide a lasting impression on the gov ernors, government highway of ficials and other distinguished guests of the state. S. J. Ross, president of the auto club wired state headquart ers from Nogales that the civic organizations of all cities along the route of the run are enthu siastic over tr;e idea of enter tainiugtheoutof state delegates. The cities of Nogales are espe cially interested, he says, and an elaborate program of enter tainment and sports including a genuine bul! fight will be staged in their honor. These arrangements complet ed makes possible the announce rxentof the "International Run," which is scheduled as follows: Saturday morning, April 29, automobiles will carry the dele gates through Tempe, Mesa and Superior to Miami Good Road Boosters' association at a grand barbecue planned in celebration of the formal opening of the Su perior Miami highway. Follow ing a trip to Globe they will proceed back over the Superior Miami highway to Florence, and thence to Tucson where they will spend Saturday night. The run to Nogales will be made Sunday morning, leaving the balance of the day to the enjoyment of the program now being arranged by the cities of Nogales. Though this big event is being planned primarily for the pleas ure of the delegates to the Un ited States Good Roads associa tion and the Bankhead Highway association, all members of the auto club as well as the general public are invited co participate in the run. Here is an opportunity for (public spirited men to aid in ad vertising the scenic beauties and natural resources of Arizona to the world, say those in charge, and they are looking forward to a generous response and a big turn out. PEDRO TRELLES. MAGDA;EN0A BXN A MEX I OKIOfNA lK IN'UEME- j 5 AO DA LENA EN- K,)S I)E MAGOALEXA. GIN EE KINO OFFICE. -illPIP-ftf-.F ftivn UNDERGROUND MINE SURVEYING ENGINEERS PRAISE HEAD GATES MADE BY ROY & TITCOMB. Culiacan, April 8. Members of the American-Mexican west coast excursion who were the guests of General Rios, in charge of the construction of the Rosa les canal, on a trip to the head gates of the canal today and who also motored for a distance of 12 miles northward, viewing the construction of this immense project, were greatly impressed. When the canal which is 40 miles in length, is completed, more than 200,000 acres of land will be irrigated from the main canal and its laterals. At the present time, 30O men are en gaged in preparing for the plac ing of the headgates, which were manufactured in Nogales, at the foundry of Roy & Titcomb, Inc. Several engineers and contract ors, who have been on large construction work in the United States, examined the gates made by Roy & Titcomb, Inc., today and pronounced the job one of the best they have ever noted. After viewing the canal, the members of the party were con ducted by General Rios to his hacienda, located 12 kilometers from the mouth of the canal, where he was host at a luncheon party. Commerce claims to have the record membership of any city in the United States. Why is Los Angeles growing like a weed ? Its unterrified ambition is to become the New York of the Pacific coast and as a sample it annexes a 100 square mile resi der.ee addition. That is only part of the day's work of the Los Angeles Cham ber of Commerce, and in one re spect that organization is to be commended. It is not wasting its energies on outside matters. It docs not do like many com mercial organizations, exhaust its energies on national and in ternational problems and affairs of the world. Commercial bodies fail by try ing to have too many iions in the fire. To build its own city ought to be enough to keep any Chamber of Commerce busy and more of them should confine their ener gies to that. Too many commercial organi zations get spread out all over creation. Sell your town to your own people and your own state and the rest of the world and know no other task and your town will grow. Battle to get one new industry with a payroll instead of divid ing community strength and at tention on national, political or moral issues. Manufacturer. ASSESSMENT WORK. K. The possibility of a further extension." of time for doing as sessment work is again becom ing a topic of interest now that we are approaching the end of June. That the matter is oue which is already receiving at tention in Congress may be seen from the following news item: "Various mining interests have called attention to the fact that it would be desirable for Congress to again suspend the requirement for performing as sessment work on mining claims. Under the present law this as sessment work must be perform ed within the fiscal year begin ning July 1 and ending June 530 the following year. Assessment work for 1921-22 must be per formed before June 30, 1922. Due to inactivity in the miniDg industry and the fact that many mines are closed, it has been pointed out that the requirement to perform assessment work this year will prove a serious hard ship. Some months ago it was indicated that Congress would not further suspend the assess ment requirement, but, appre ciating the condition of-the min ing industry, Senator Stanfield, of Oregon, has introduced a re solution suspending the assess ment work until June o0, 1924." As to the probable passage of this bill little can be predicted. Each year when such bills have come up before Congress there was little known as to what the fate of the bill would be until the last moment. The biU men tioned above has been introduced early enough this time to allow disposing of it one way or the other to avoid the disagreeable features of former years. ARIZONA HEN WORLD BEATER The greatest laying hen in the world is said to be in Phoenix. That is a pretty broad state ment, but to date no one; has risen to dispute the record of the claim. She is owned by C. A. Wiltsee, of Phoenix, R. F. U. t. This remarkable hen, a White Leghorn, has laid between April 4, 1921, and March 31, 1922, a total of 355 eggs. During that time she missed on December 9, 1921; January 11, February 12, March 3, 10, 17 and 31, 1922. On every other day since April I, 1921, she has laid an egg. Prospector. The Service Is Yours- TXHILE the plant of The Telephone Company belongs to the stock holders, the Service belongs to the public; and it is under the control of the public to a much larger extent than it could pos sibly be controlled by the Company inde pendently of the public. As a matter of fact, the telephone "or ganization is simply an agency through which a community serves itself. If this agency is hampered by 'unreasonable legislation, restrictions or requirements, or by inadequate revenues, or by unjust burdens of taxation, the ability of the agency to properly function is impaired if not wholly destroyed. Because of the requirements of the pub lic for efficient and abundant telephone service, the public has a very vital interest in the financial health and general well being of the Company. With your whole-hearted moral and financial support the Company can con tinue to give you the quality and quantity of service you require. We Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Go. ARIZONA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL REVIEW. Phoenix Arizona Farm Bu reau confers with the Industrial Congress for increased use of state products. (April 10, 1922) Ajo Assessment work at Cop per Ridge property uncovers ore running 18 to 28 per cent copper. Oatman Amalgamated Min ing Co. preparing to start dia mond drilling. Hurley Force of men start work at Chino Copper property. Hill Top Two good ore bodies opened up at Hill Top mine within past ten days. Bisbee The National Bakery, modern in every respect, opens doors to public. Prescott to start proposed paving program within '1 weeks. Phoenix Material is ordered and construction of Cave Creek Hood dam started. Mesa Farm Bureau formulat ing plans for economic handling of season cotton crop. Bisbee Copper Queen branch to maintain present output of 4,000,0000 lbs. montly. Holbrook Oil companies ope rating in district report good progress. Cooley Re opening of saw mills announced. Miami Van Dyke Utility Co. to install modern wireless sys tem, Floy shipping out approxi mately ten cars lettuce daily. Globe A. C. Webb sells all surplus cattle to Colorado man. Tucson Construction of $125 000 Federal building planned. Yuma Survey for eight miles of road in Antelope Valley to start. Ivalon 10,000 grape cuttings set out at Maxey ranch, pump ing plant to be installed. Prescott Elks Lodge to spend $2,500 improving building. Yuma Syphon Butter, local product gets second place iu University test. Siflord Two local papers to consolidate under one inaoage merit. Nogales Export duty on cat tle from Mexico cancelled. Superior MagnaCopper plan ning issuance of $4,000,000 iu convertible bonds for develop ment work. Yuma Wholesale Meat Com pany ships out four carloads cat tie to const markets. Douglas Tombstone lease to furnish C. it A. smelter 00 tons silicious ores. Phoenix Copper auto license plates for 1923 planued. Tombstone Roads through out southern part of state in good condition. Oatman Mining outlook best since 1915. Fifty machines ex pected to be drilling in district bv summer. Superior Actual work on ra building of Magna Arizona rail road to start within thirty days Clifton War finance loam now available for couoty cattle men. Morenci Plans for re build ing Phelps Dodge No. 5 concen trator nearing completion. Willcox Central (Jopper Co resume diamond drilling at once Patagonia San Rafael Valley lands being signed up for oil operations. Nogales 100,000 sacks of gar bauzos valued at $1,000,000 to pass through port; .largest gar banzos sale ever recorded. Superior Construction of new theatre to start within "2. weeks. Bisbee Four carloads of ore from Night Hawk property nets 2,820. ALEX. ROSSI NOV ON JOB. i Alex. Rossi, one of the best ' known caterers in the Southwest ; has assumed chargo of the In : ternational CasiDO in Nogales, Sonora and will conduct that ' popular club henceforth. Mr. Rossi built up a reputa tion in Tucson where be cou i ducted a cafe for years. About i two years ago be sold bis cafe and this is his first venture since that time. He has opened a splendid diu- ing room at the Casino aud has ' annouueed that he will serve a merchants luDCb Iroui H:o0a. tu. to 1 :D0 p. in. Mr. Rossi has many of his old employes with him including Felipe Trappani, who has been ' with Mr. Ros.-i for about 28 ! years. He bas au export, chief and head waiter ana will nnnseil take personal charge of the club. Nogales people arc glad to ex tend a hearty welcome to Mr. Rossi. - Hoi aid.