Tombstone epitaph. (Tombstone, Ariz.) 1887-current, September 05, 1915, WEEKLY EDITION, Image 1 Image and text provided by Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records; Phoenix, AZ

 

Tombstone epitaph. (Tombstone, Ariz.) 1887-current, September 05, 1915, WEEKLY EDITION, Image 1

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THE TOMBSTONE EPITAPH
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THfc TOMBSTONE EPiTAPH
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Address Tombstone Epitaph,
Tombstone, Arizona.
Published ver Saturda) evening.
gives all ih news of the week rruntv.
state and gtneral. and more especial!)
‘XMi and happenings of interest In
I hi people of Tombstone and Cochise
county Yeaily subscriptions J2 50.
WEEKLY EDITION OF THE TOMBSTONE t
PROSPECTOR
VOLUME XXXV
TOMBSTONE, COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1915
NO. 44
I
i a y y
ALL IS SET FOR BIG CELEBRATION
” lift RECOME TO COCHISE
COUNTY GAnLEMEN AND VISITORS
City Will Be Turned Over to Visitors From All Over Co
chie County; Three Bands Will Furnish Music; I
Nothing Has Been Overlooked
WELCOME SIGHS OVER EVERY TOMBSTONE HOUSE
t
From All Indications Monday Will Be the Biggest Day in
the Annals of Tombstone, and Will Mark the j
Beginning of An Era
‘–frO
Monday will be a gala day in the history of
Tombstone, and according to the committee will
far surpass anything that has ever been attempted
in the way of a. celebration in the Old Camp. The
committees appointed by Mayor Kuchenbecker and
sub-committees have worked unceasingly for the
success of the celebration for the entertainment of
the Cochise county cattlemen when they meet here
Monday and Tuesday, and that it will be a success
can be judged by the program arranged, and the
money collected for the prizes, etc.
All this week the committees have been con
stantly on the job making all the necessary pre
arrangements, and this afternoon or tomorrow will
see their labors completed. Several thousand visi
tors are expected in the Old Camp during Sunday
and Monday, and necessarily accommodations will
be needed for them. The committee has requested
that all spare rooms be listed with the chairman,
so that there will be no hitch in this important mat
ter. All avaiable automobiles in the city arc re
quested to be donated at least for a short time to
the committee for the parade, and for showing
visitors about the city. Decorations should be on
every building residence and business. Flags and
bunting are the more appropriate, and all auto
mobiles will carry at least one flag flying from the
radiator, while in the parade all should partici
pate. The program of sports, both for the children
end grown-ups, appears in another column, while
the official programs will be distributed to every
body. There will be music galore. Three of the best
bands in the State will be here to furnish music,
while for the dancing, at Gage Hall and on the
pavements, the band orchestras will furnish music
that will make even the oldest delight to trip the
light fantastic
Troop D, Ninth cavalry, from Fort Huachuca,
will be here and engage in army maneuvers, bare
back riding and other crack stunts of picked trick
riders, Captain Kennison and Lieutenant Brooks
in charge. This feature of the program will be a
treat for every one, and will aid in making the day
one worth while.
Committees to care for strangers, looking after
various details, have all been appointed, and if
any one is slighted or misses anything it will not
be the fault of Tombstone.
Tombstone will throw open her doors to the
cattlemen and visitors, and we want them to take
possession of the town during their two day’s stay
here.
Tombstone has promised one of the best times
of her ability and she’s all ready for the occasion.
WELCOME COCHISE COUNTY CATTLExMEN
AND VISITORS.
joa
of Great Prosperity
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PROGRAM OF EVENTS;
FOR LABOR DOT i
1(1 A M
Parade forms at City Hall.
Modoc Stage
Carrying “79-ers”
Tenth Cavalry Band
D Troop, Tenth Cavalry
Cow Girls
Cow Boys
City Council in Autos, Etc.
Douglas Motorcade
Headed by
Ninth Cavalry Band
Charley Chaplin Disciples
LINE OF MAKCH
East on Fremont to Seventh , to Al
n : to Third to City Hall
11 A M.
Organization Cochise County
Cattlemen’s Convention
AT CRYSTAL THEATER
11 A M.
Children’s Sports x
FOOT RACE
I Girls under twelve. Fifty yards $2
to winner. $1 second r
I SACK RACE
! Free- for all. Fust prize 52, second,
$1 flu. (Bring-vour own saiks).
CHARLEY CHAI’LIN
– – -HUUKO ftACE
One block, all four sides. $1.50. S1.00
anil 50i to respective winners
POTATO RACE
Boys unde( fourteen jl 50 first (
J:iix . $1.00 second.
FOOT RACE
Iiojs under twelve. Fifty yards j
sz.im nrsi prize, i.uu second.
SHOE RACE
Prize $2 00 and SI 00 respective!) .
PIE-EATING CONTEST
Five for ail Prizes $1 50. SI 1)0 nt i
50c to winners
FLOUR IMP
Get the soin. bovs.
12 TO I P. M.
Concert by
Tenth Cavalry Band
1 P. M.
Little Lord Fauntleroy
AT CRYSTAL THEATER
2 30 P. M.
Concert Tenth Cavalry Band
3:30 P. M.
Speaking
MayorW. F. Kuchenbecker
Hon. J. S. Williams
judge D. A. Richardsorr
Maneuvers by Troop D
Tenth Cavalry
Captain Kennison. Lieutenant Brooks
Mounted Rescue Race.
Hurdling in Pairs, Squads and Pla
toons. Hurdling; Standing.
Bareback :
Mounting; and Dismounting’,
Dismounting and Mounting Oner
Hurdles.
Dismounting and Mounting, faced to
Hie Irvr.
Saddle Squad.
4 30 P. M.
FOOT RACE
Championship of Cochise County
$25 00 to winner. 52 entrance fee. All
entrance money goes to second. Three
to enter. One hundred yard dash.
4-30 P. M.
COW GIRL PONY 11ACE
Free for all No entrance fee Threr
hundred yards dash. $15.00 to win
ner; $10 00 second.
5 P. M.
COW BOY PONY RACE
Five hundred yards. $5.00 entrance
fee All over six entries added to win
ner’s purse. Six entry fees to second
G
WARD 24 YEARS
T
Interesting Items that Ap
peared in the ” Prospector,”
this Date, 1891; Remin
iscent of the Pioneer Days
. Mis Minnie Hill leaves tomorrow
1 for Bisbee where she goes to resume
j her position as teacher in the public
I school
Tombstone district alone has pro
duced more precious metals during
the past two vears than any county in
Arizona, and still wejare just roonkcv
ing around on top jf the ground, cul-
tivating the sod as it were. ,
The latest from La Plata is that a I
solid mountain of galena had been j
struck Experienced miners pro- !
nounce it the richest find ever made
on earth
It does make one tired to hear the j
gold bugs sa that silver if a cummod- ‘
ity and should be treated as potatoes
or other products. It would be just
as much in reason :or the silver men
to term gold a commodity of a similar i
stripe. As ion as xolil ana silver are
recognized as money,, one is no more
,r .
a commodity that. V tber, and an
.
ilUlUlUllllUIIUit Wl I’.nj nuiwu .LLUf,’
mzes an) other condition existing in
their relation to each other as a medi
um of exchange, is not to be trusted
with the affairs of the nation.
All of the Tombstone hotels repoit
an increase of travel this way, and
many inquiries
this winter.
for accomodations
Douglas Motorcade
The motorcade to Tombstone next
Mondav should include manv heavilv
loaded automobil-s from this city.
The glad band will b in evidence at
the county seat during the Labor Dav
cf Ichratinn. The Douglasites must
arrange for a truce on the question of
county seat removal, but that will
no prevent them from taking a wish
ful look as the court bouse Douglas
International.
Takes Shot at Us
The Los Angeles times takes a shot
at us like this, ” Since the operation of
prohibition law in Arizona it is neces-
sory to rsplenisb the fountain pens oui
side the State.it is impossible to get
them full in Arizona.”
pony. $50 00 to winner
(Post all entries with A.C Karger).
5.30 P. M
Concert by
Tenth Cavalry Orchestra
7:30 P. M.
Launching of
the Battleship Arizona at
Crystal Theater
Carmen
at Borderland Theater
9 P. M. SHARP
Grand Free Ball
Tombstone Band Orchestra at Gage
Hall and Tenth Cavalry Orchestra,
cement pavement on Allen street
TUESDAY, SEPT. 7
Morning Business Session
Cochise County Cattlemen’s
Association
AT CRYSTAL THEATER
1 P. M.
Luncheon
Hon. W. E. Gilmore, Toastmaster
OK
BACK
KTONE
C0GH15E COUNTY APPLI-
15 PASS TEACH-
niOI’NIX. Sept 1 The final re
port of the state board nf cbool cx
atniuers ba hen completed, J ml the
results made public. Owing to the
absence of two members of the ex
amining board, some dela wu ex
perienced in finishing and correcting
the papers.
I Following is a list of those who
passed m Cochise count aud the class
of certificite which tue were granted
Name Class.
Cleora P. Tinker One
James C. Cook … . …. Two
Lucy Ellis Two
Lulu Exell… Two
Mary P Durto Two
Mrs. II A Pace . . Two
lone McAllister Two
Ed. T. Lof green Two
Mary Ballard. .- Two
Exile Stout . Two
SAYS ARIZONA PEOPLE!
WILL PASS INITIATORY
In the official organ of the )”hui
I tHjn rtartv The lintnmlor. anneals
t the following dispatch form Hisbe
It now etiiis probab.y mat. mJvii.w
of the future of the nzona legislature
to pa-s the Matutt:, uitvsirrv for the
enforcement of the prohibitorv clans
of the constitution, the people will mi
tiate and attempt 10 piss bv pupulir
vote five laws, cohering necesar
point in the enforcement of the Uw, as
follows:
“First Over five gallons of liqtiois
and a government licnse in the posses
sion of anon- shall be considered
p mti facie v idenc of .t violation of
the liw
‘Second After conviction the sheriff
shall have power to dtstrov all liquors
belonging to the convicted
Third Persons owning property
where the liquors are found are a party
to the crime
Fourth All cases to he tried in the
superior court.
“Fifth The attorney g-neral shall
prosecute in counties where local au.
Ithonties neglect or refuse to do so.
. and ean cuanSe to anV “ltr co,,rt or
couuty.
SHEillFFlEELEB CLOS
ES DISREPUTABLE
‘ HOUSE
Sheriff Harry Wheeler paid a short
visit to Douglas vesterday from his
headquarters in TcmLstone, staying
there long enough to confer with the
officers and close the Mission Inn, a
lisreputsble house to the north of the
railway station and outside the tity
limits. This is the second tint in th
past few mon’hs that the place has
leen closed. A negro and several
white women were the inmates.
The sheriff also made the statement
that the recent $10,000 suit brought
against him in connection with the
arrest of Frank Wilson in Bisbee was
only a move by those opposed to th e
prohibition law to intimidate him and
stop if possible his activities in enforc
ing tte law. He stated that he would
fight the case and was confident of
winning out.
I Wilson was arrested when he was
I found with three trunks of booze in
his possession without any consignee.
WHAT
THE
SE
GOMMTT
c
CO
LABOR DY
They Have More Than Done Their Part and Now lis Up
to the Balance of the People to Do TheirsEvery
thing is Ready for the Eventful Day
MS ALL AUTOMOBILES AT CITY HALL ID A.M.
Tombstone Will Have Many Visitors and Everyone Should
Assist in Extending the “Glad Hand” to the Vari
ous Delegations From all Parts of County
The Committee of Arrangements, on the eve
of the Labor Day celebration, gives forth the fol
lowing statement:
“The liberality of the great majority of our
loyal citizens has been most encouraging. We
have met with few rebuffs, but we will say for the
beqefit of the “tight-wads” who failed to contri
bute that coin is still needed, and they can still
contribute and get on the “honor roll” by giving
the hailing sign to Ed Hughes, or any member of
the committee.
The Committee expects and requests every auto
owner to be at the City Hall at 10 a. m, Monday
to be in the parade.
It requests every business man and resident” to
see that from their places float the Stars vand
Stripes.
It requests that eyery man, woman and child
get in the game with the glad hand.
I i
It requests that ever
crowd, and all who can arrange to rent cols or
beds in or out of doors, notify the Committee of
Arrangements,
In conclusion, the Committee feels it has gone
the limit to give Tombstone the greatest celebra
tion and the biggest crowd it as ever had, and now
the success of the entertainment is in the hands of
Tombstone people. Will they make good ? We
believe they will.
THE GENERAL COMMITTEE,
A. H. Gardner, Chairman; Ed Hughes, A. C.
Karger, Arthur Heney, John Rock, A. W. Howe,
Paul Smith, Hal Smith, Fred Bennett, J. M. Mon
tano, H. H. Hughart
HERE’S FORO STORY
THAT’S GOT ‘EM
ALL SKINNED
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