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OCTOBER 28. 1922. CAMERON'S SLUSH FUND. Thomas A. Flynn, former U. S. district attorney of Artzona, in telling why the Democratic ticket should be elected this year, sent the following commu nication to the chairman of the Democratic committee: Phoenix. Ariz., Oct 10,1022. Hon. Vernon Vaughn, Chairman, Democratic Committee Phoenix, Arizona. Dear Sir: You asl? me why the Demo cratic ticket should be elected in Arizona this year. Hero is my answer : As .Arizona's lirst rebuke to Cameronism and its Republican devotees, which, when the facts are dragged from Daugherty's secret liles by a Senatorial in quisition, will show such a suc cessful conspiracy to debauch the electorate of Arizona as will put N'ewbcrryism in the shade. Newberry pleaded he didn't know of the excessive expendi tures in his behalf. Does Cam eron ? Cameron wired Weeks, Sept. 28, 1920: "Can go over the top without fail with tifty thousand for my personal use in pendiug controversy." On Sept. 27, 1920, he wired Senator Poindexter: "Please recommend to Weeks to send me fifty thousand for my right." On Sept. 28, 1920, he wired Col. Melville Gillect, Washing ton, D. C. : "Am having Dexter wire months" code for Weeks -"Strong recommendation for fifty thousand. We can win with that amount sure." And even after his election, he sent begging telegrams to Weeks, Poindexter and Stetson's man Williams for "sixteen thousand five hundred additional shares" to avoid comment and embar rassment. As a result of this conspiracy, there is known to have been re ceived in Arizona by Cameron, Republican Campaign officials, and Committees, approximately "One Hundred and Thirteen Thousand Dollars," exclusive of the Republican National Com mittee's contribution to the cause, to save Arizona from Democracy and help Cameron to defeat the Soldier's Bonus. How much are they going to spend this year? Sincerely yours, (Signed) Thomas A. Flyxn. .DEPUTIES PROTECTING GAME. More than 600 deputy game wardens will be on duty in Ari zona during the 1922 hunting season, according to Joe Pro chaska, state game warden, who has issued the following state ment relative to the hunting season, now on: "The 600 deputies will include all forest rangers who have re ceived instructions from their supervisors to devote their time during the season in seeing that the game laws are enforced. W. J. Galbraith, attorney general, lifts called (be attention of every sheriff and his deputies, every constable, and every livestock inspector in the state that he is, by law, a deputy game warden and that his duties are to see that the game laws are enforced. "The Arizona Sportsmen's as sociation, the Flagstaff Game Protective association, the No gales Gun and Rifle clubs, the Northern Arizona Sportsmen's association, all have pledged themselves through their officers to assist the state game depart ment in seeing that the laws are rigidly enforced. "This department feels reason ably sure that with this gener ous assistance the violations of the law will be few. "Hunters are cautioned to abide by the bag limits for each variety of game. Only one deer with horns is allowed during the season. Many complaints have been made in the past that does have been killed and warning is given that the evidence of sex must not be removed from the deer hide. "The bag limit for quail is 20 birds each day during the season or 20 birds in possession at one time. The limit for d ucks.gHese, coots, rail and shore birds is 20 birds of ail varieties or in pos session at any one time. The bag limit on wild turkey is two fowl during the season. "To guard against accidents through one hunter shooting an other, it is sugge-sted that all hunters wear caps or garments made of a bright color or on which a bright color has Ln-eri attached, red or crimson being preferred. "Hunters also are cautioned against shooting from a public highway or over a public high way, or where their shot might fall among dwflling houses or domestic stock." ARIZONA INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS (Oct. 28, 1922.) State elections are but a few days away. Whether we will have tax reduction or increasing tax burdens, rests largely with the voter. It is safe to say that western taxes generally could easily be raised another 20 per cent if the people should cast favorable votes for the many tax raising schemes on the bal lots. "Will it raise tax" should be the consideration before vot ing for any measure. Don't kick about your tax bill if you now vote for tax raising schemes or new forms of taxation. Jerome United Verde send ing tremendous tonnage to the smelter daily. Bouse Little Butte Amalga mated making preparations to resume work. Douglas Douglas Exploration Co. to lease 20,000 acres lor drilling purposes. Ajo Sereral properties in the Iron Tank district report good ore discoveries. Holtville Construction of new road across desert reported. ' Yuma County Highway Com mission lets many contracts for road work. Lehi Farmers organize can ning association to the preserve local fruit and vegetables. Douglas GO head registered bulls imported for Slaughter and Cull ranches. Flagstaff votes 00.000 bond is sue for purchase of 100 acre park site. Chandler becomes shipping center for Arizona Dairy Pro ducers Assn. Wellton $170,042 23 contract let for road work to Yuma coun ty line. Phoenix Picking of the citrus crop throughout state started. Tucson Tucson Creamery takes over property of Arizona Ice Cream Co. Mayer Rich gold bearing tel luriom ore struck in Lessard mine. Florence $20,000 to be spent for improvements of water and power system. Clifton Phelps Dodge foun dry resumes operations employ ing IT) men. Whitehills White Hills Min ing Co. to inaugurate big devel opment campaign. Phoenix 96,900 acres in Mo have and Yuma counties restor ed to entry. Ajo New Cornelia lets steel contract for concentrator. Yuma Big alfalia seed ship ments leaving from local ranches Bisbee Copper Queen Mining Co. installing electric elevator hoist. Miami Inspiration Consoli dated completes sinking of Por phyry shaft. Prescott Arizona National mine to be thoroughly developed under new owners. Bouse Little Butte Amalga mated preparing to resume oper ations at mine. Tucson Staley system apply for permission to build 950 mile electric railroad system. Kingman section ships out 3000 head of feeder steers to Califor nia points. Yuma Contract let for 14 miles of Asphaltic concrete high way. Nogales Arizona exports and imports for September valued $1,455,399. Oatman Green Quartz mine located in Black Range section to resume operations. Duncan Construction started of the Duncan Valley Utilities creamery and ice plant. Clifton Copper Queen mine operating on greatly increased scale. Tombstone Paving of 5 mile extension of the State Highway started. St. Johns Cattle selling going forward throughout entire dis trict. Clifton Mining companies steadily increasing forces, labor conditions very satisfactory. Organization of 10,000 acre drainage project under way at the Buckeye. To cost about 000.000. St. Johns 5,000 acre irriga tion district formed. Patagonia Morning Glory mine to resume operations on large scale. Tucson Arivaca Land and ( Cattle Co. purchase 1,000 cows and 500 calves to restock ranges. Will purchase 3000 more cattle. J Arizona lumber and timber in dustry back to normal. All prin- I cipal mills operating full time. Patagonia State Highway i Dept. lets contract for bridge j across Sonoita Crreek. Superior The New York mine takes over Silver Bell Columbia I mine for consideration of $575,- j 000. NEW LEGION COMMANDER. New Orleans, La , Oct. 20 The American Legion ended a live day convention here today, unanimousl elected Alvin M Owsley of Texas, as its national commander to succeed Hanford MacNider of Iowa, and heard a plea for international action, which, according to its sponsors, the wounded men of the Inter Allied Veteran Federation, would bring about world peace. Then after the election of vice com manders, and a national chap lain, the convention was ad joured. After stormy sessions the Le gion re affirmed its position on the so called soldier bonus, "ad justed compensation" is the term the legionnaries prefer, criticis ed severely Brigadier General C. E. Sawyer, personal physi eian to President Harding, and co ordinator of the federal hos pitalization board; tabled resolu tions dealine with the Volstead Act, the Ku Klux Klan and various other minor issues. It was averred again that its first intent was proper care of dis abled veterans of the "war. The convention was attended by the noise, excitement and emotional outbursts which those who attended similar gatherings in the past, have learned to ex pect. But, all in all the "buddies" had a wonderfully good time and they feel that they accomplished much. Next year's convention will be held at San Francisco. Mr. I. Burgoon, candidate for county treasurer on the Republi can ticket, was renewing ac quaintances here Saturday. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT STATE OF ARIZONA A PROCLAMATION. W II ERISAS, it is provided by Chapter I. Title of the Revise.! Statutes of Arizona, :qi3. Civil Code, that a general election shall be held for the election of a Representative in Congress, members of the Legislature, and State, Count' nnd Precinct officer, on the first Tuesday after the firfct Monday in November, 1914. and every two years thereafter: WHEREAS, Chapter r. Title 12. of the Re vised Statutes of Arizona, Civil Code, further requiies that there shall be at each general elec tion immediately preceding the expiration of the terra of office of any United States Senator from Arizona the election of a United States Senator: WHEREAS, it is provided by Section 3, of Article 6, ol the Constitution of the State of Arizona that a vacancy occur in the office of Judge of the Supreme Court, the Governor shall t appoint a person to f 11 such vacancy until the J election and qualification of a judge to hold said ' office, which election shall take place at the next succeeding gcnertl election, and the per- I sou so elected shall held office fir the remainder , of the unexpired term ; and WHEREAS, it is provided by Chapter 1, Title 1 12, of the Revised Statutes of Arizona, 1913. I Civil Code, that at least thirty days before a j general election the Governor .shall issue a pro- ; clamation containing a statement of the time j election, offices to be filled, and au offer Ofrc-j wards in the form prescribed to prevent abuses ' of the elective franchise, copies of which pro- i clamation shall be transmitted to the Clerks of j the Boards of Supervisors of the different coun- ( ties oi the State: NOW, THEREFORE, I, THOMAS E. CAMP-I BEI.I. Governor of the State of Arizona, in I pursunnce of my duty as prescribed by law, do hereby proclaim a general election to be held on J the first Tuesday after the first Monday in No- J vember, 1922, which will be the seventh day of, November. W22, for the election of officials as follows; Vor the State: one United State Senator: one Representative in Congress; one Judge of the Supreme Court to serve the remainder of the term expiring on the first Monday In January. 1925; ne Judge of the Supreme Court for full term; a Governor; a Secretary of State; a State Auditor; a Slate Treasurer; an Attorney Gen eral ; a Superintendent ol Public I ust ruction; one Corporation Commissioner; one Tar Com missioner; a State Mint Inspector; such Judges of the Superior Court of the State of Arizona in and for the several counties of the State at are j authorized by law, and such State Senators uud j State Representatives as arc authorized by Sec- tion 1, Subdivision II, Article IV, of the ConHti- tutton of the State of Arizona, as amended by Initiative Petition of the People, adopted t the General Election November 5. 1918. ami which became a law on proclamation of the Governor December 5. igiS- Eor each of the Counties of the State: a County Attorney; a Sheriff; a Treasurer: a School Superintendent; a Recorder; an Assessor: a Clerk of the Sunerior Court, and such Super- 1 visors, 'Justices of the Peao and Constables as I ai t- authorized by the laws pertaining to those I offices in the several counties. And I do hereby offer a reward of fili dollars j for the arrest and con vietion o( any person vio- 1 la'.ing any of the provision? of Title IV, Part 1, ' of the Penal 'ode, such rewards to be paid until " the total amount hereafter expended tor the pur(ose reaches the amount of out thousand dollars. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great j Seal Seal of the State of Arizona, to he affixed. Doic at Phoenix, the Capitol this- sth day of Septem ber. Attest: TTIOM AS R. CA MPBBtL, I-'knkst . H i 1 . Goerrr.o:- pf Arixona. Secretary. 1 UAS Progress visited your home as yet? Has the vacuum cleaner presented "your wife with a couple of hours of rest each day? Have electric cooking utensils help ed the missus prepare your meals? Is your home bright ly illuminated? It is a pro gressive step to visit this electrical shop. Ask your wife to accompany you. 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