Arizona becomes a U.S. state

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Arizona becomes a U.S. state - P n i3 AR ZONA E D 1 E5 OIK STATES OF HON...
P n i3 AR ZONA E D 1 E5 OIK STATES OF HON George W. P. Hunt Inaugurated as Chief Executive of New Commonwealth. Induction Into Office Marked by Simplicity Simplicity JUSTICE FRANKLIN ADMINISTERS OATH Governor's Address Frequently Interrupted b y Applause. President Taft Congratulates Residents FIRST EXECUTIVE 11 iwSMes St . I ft "1 A GEORGE W. P. HUNT By NED CREIGHTON I 3 enee of an immense crowd of I citizens of the new state, many of whom had come from without without the city, O. W. P. Hunt was inaug urated governor at noon today, in ! keeping wit.li his expressed wish the ceremony was a simple one. 1 he oath was administered by Alfred franklin, who but an hour previous had taken his oath of office as chief just ice of the supreme court. Following this ceremony a prayer was offered by Rev. Seaborn Crutch-field, Crutch-field, Crutch-field, after which Governor Hunt delivered delivered his inaugural address. During During its delivery he was frequently interrupted interrupted by applause, and at its conclusion, conclusion, and when he was introduced to the assemblage by Justice Franklin, Franklin, he was cheered for several minutes. minutes. The Oath of Allegiance There was every indication that those who not only both of whom are visitors in Phoenix. During the afternoon Bryan addressed the citizens of Phoenix at the city hail plaza. Governor Hunt arrived in Phoenix last night and was met at the depot by a crowd of admirers. He was driven to the Ford hotel and it was well after midnight before he was able to dispose of all of his' visitors, who required private conversations. Politics was in the air and there were many rumors of this and that change in the official slate of appointments, some made a night's rest possible, others made sleeping for an anxious applicant impossible. There is a well founded rumor that many .plans of the party organization regarding appointments will be upset by the new executive. On Union Made Stand The excitement appeared to agree with the executive, for he was up D it:; o n REFORMING A SMOKE NUISANCE. By John T. McCutchcon. - tCopyrtrht: B Jo1"1 T MeCuteheon.l " NOVi),S0N, If YOUU. STOP TVN& TO SMOKt TILL Ycj' Twenty one, I'll ClVE YCTJ A THOUSAND 1 THiVrS TOO MUCH. I I'll SToP Foil. DOLLAR " 7 - z J rr flL N I GATHERS DYNAMITE BILLS PRESIDENT TAFT ft wVW k L 4- 4- VV-iaV- VV-iaV- VV-iaV- VV-iaV- if? ft ft .. . - ... .. CONGRATULATES ARIZONA KING DISAPPOINTS lg- lg- Practically Entire 54 Indicted on Charge 'of Nation Wide Conspiracy Taken Into Custody Custody Within Few Hours. Arraignments Arraignments March 12 $10,000 BOND FOR FOURTEEN SUSPECTS Grand Jury May Reconvene After Hearing. Transportation Transportation of Explosives Base of Warrants Speech From Throne Colorless nored the Suffragettes .".soi ir.tft! rte 1'orl. LOXDOX. Vv.b. II. The second session of the second parliament of King George's roiyu was opened today today by the king in person with all the old time honored customs, and picts uresque ceremony. The speech from the throne was a disappointment because because it was colorless of tone with reference to the epoch-making epoch-making epoch-making legislation legislation mapped out by the government. Xo mention was made of Germany, nor of Viscount Haldatie's recent trip to Berlin. The king but briefly referred referred to the widespread labor unrest, and the suffragettes were not even mentioned. BUTTER FOR NAVY I Aso- Aso- iat.t t'rfss Kepurt. XDIANAPOIJS. Feb. 14. Tho United Slates government arrested arrested today almost ail of the 54 men indicted in the dynamite conspir acy cast's. It took into custody within a few hours practically the entire ofll-cial ofll-cial ofll-cial stall ot tin? International Association Association of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers, including chief oflicers, members of the executive board and about 20 business agents or former business agents. Officials Arrested Included in the arrests are Frank M. Ryan, president; John T. Butler of Buffalo, first vice president Herbert S. nocktn of Detroit, second vice president and successor of J. J. Mc-Xamara Mc-Xamara Mc-Xamara as secretary-treasurer. secretary-treasurer. secretary-treasurer. Each was required to give a $10,000 bond for appearance at arraignment, which will be held here with all other defendants defendants on March 12. More than 40 of the men, chiefly union labor officials, who are charged

Clipped from Arizona Daily Star15 Feb 1912, ThuPage 1

Arizona Daily Star (Tucson, Arizona)15 Feb 1912, ThuPage 1
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