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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 26 June 1907

WEEKLY JOU&MAL-MXXBK, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1907, City News 8 In Rniaf LmhniiiliilifcMiliMUl,,J rrom Sunday Dally. 1 . l.iji i of Humboldt is visiting in ttkund Mcrcuant virus. l I i.iihart, thu Kir.klnml liter ;j .iMtiiitf in the city. Milloi, t lie Dewey merchant .g niiin, is visiting in the city. 1 flying vim. Kckert of Groom Crock was r ItlV llll M fK!t1it 1... 1.1 girt on mifUHTOD. I N Anton, the Granite mountain firs, f ' hiochiihwi, pcni yesterday usincss. Ulkcr visiiors. yf ,,nd Mrs. Alvln Stukoy 0f . tli t line in ihhi evening to hjicmuI it silii.it Ii in hc city, lick From Salome. p Latimer, county surveyor, re- A . I f - . (t i . uniay irom ii prnirstnonni pit t in Salome country. JLae Manager Hero. J II I irrrll, general manager of the , H land Arizona Gold nnd Copper y g mpany, is in tho city from his tr, ' 'ho Dig tK district. Till Leave for Lor Angelcfi. Mr I' ( Wilder and daughter, Miss ly.r Wilder, win leavo today for a ,i!it w !i relatives in Los Angeles. ,nt to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 26 June 1907

l'AOE SIX TO bTP.Nl) $100,000 IN EQUIPINO j PROPERTY. J ruiM Wednesday ' Pally r 'r.'Mi..:i.iif" -tr.- l-ini: made for tnr Wjulpim'if f ti. n. . Mies of tho rmitfi.lntt .1 Cpp. r ii.-.-k Mining com pany. located in tin (V'jT rrceh ill- trbt .iilii twenty two mil'' -nt f Alaji'f. 'i m itt ri'ivi waif. William Marsh and John M.-Hw.-e nrflvi-il here from Cripplf Creek, fob.., n frw iliiyn . for I In purpose of in stalling u hofi power boiler, an H." home power t12 tt.nm ltoit, and nn n ilrt 1 1 l.eyner compound nir iMitiirr or, under the direction of General aiwiijji'r It. W. Llgt.M.urn. win. Is now on the ground. Tin- imn-hitirry will lie plawl on tin Olive rlmin, one of tin1 ftamn-t group, where a double ompnrt iwnt iirt. now down to a depth of forty feet, HI ' nnk perpendicular to thr iMM foot level before any cv tmsltc system of i!riftiii( or cross putting i attempted. Tho company's holding, which consist of three differ- nut uroups of claims, t ho Consolidated, Sunset and Copper Q...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 26 June 1907

1 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1007. 8 icily News in Brief i 1 run Thursday's Daily.) Hei IVim Wcndcn. i y i It, IIiiniiM of Wcndon is visit-' Crow King Visitor. , I'ryc tif Crown King Is vis-tin- eity. Aih r lt Visitor. . I S. Crccgun of Ash Fork is ii tht' city. Hero From Molmve. l , il Mrn. (J. Charles Davis of ..unity tiro visiting in the city. A Pi jfcMonal Visit. ,. E. Russell left yesterday f ' ik mi professional busino.sfc, Ift for Jcromo. llartholdi left yesterday for j, i mining business, jttro From McCabo. i Hullswurth of McCabo is in ti ti short Imsini'ss viMit. Ift for Oakland. Ferguson left yesterday for n relatives in Oakland, Cnl? drop Wood Visitor. i nnnell, tlio C'anii Wood stock- .siting witii ri'lativi's in tin ltd" From Humboldt. W. Di'wall was here yestor llninlioldt on a short business a Back From California. 1 - I ,i(iiilM'll returned yesterday fr ' to California on mining 1. Wtlhst! Visitor, i I !.!cr of Williams arrived hero 4ht from tlio north...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 26 June 1907

WEEKLY JOUHNAJUMXlfBl, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1WTA PA UK EIUHT SCENES AT THE PRESCOTT - PHOENIX GAME 1TOC0TT GRAYSl till Bl SCORE OF 10 TO 6 Timely Hitting Puts Local Team In The Lead Weds Nevada Man In ,? n , c i i CotC t S I ' ' I' ' tin W. PRESCOTT CIRl IS BRIDE OF J. N. HALL A y?HOENI) New Pitcher Strikes Out Total Of U Men When Umchart, Present! ' now pitnlii'i, slopped tutu tlir box for I tit' local, Monday, nl I'hocnlx, in the game wiili IIm Athletics, ii gloomy fore lidding nf coming back luck sank deep into llf heart of t'urloy Itl mlcrli, nml when I'vi'iiliiully his forebodings enmo true, ili, Athletics' manager nt once organized Society for I hit Kxtcmling of Sympathy lo Defeated Haso Hull Manager, nml appointed himself a committee nf om In extend symmtny to Manager Himlorlc. When I lie wcep-foit wits o vor, anil Curley'n tours li.nl IIIU'il ii good portion of tlu empty ln'il of Halt Itivor, he bo gan to lnko Ntnek of himself and t tin Athletic. It was a painful, though ncco...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 3 July 1907

WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL- MI MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 3, 190T. PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. FORTY-THIRD YEAR. NER FBEIQIN TELLS OF PINKERTON SYSTEM DWELLINGS MINER OVERCOME B'l FOUL AIR SUCCUMBS DESTROYED IN MATER Agency Had Spies At Miners' Convention And Made Detailed Reports Thereon, Morning Blaze Causes Property Loss of $5000 I10IHK, Idaho, .!uly I. --Morris Freldmnn, tlio stenographer, who lofl iho Pinkerton detective agency to write a book, in which no published tho cor respondence of tho ngency thnl hnd paused through IiIh hands, tnduy wns ngnin tho principal figure in tho liny wood trlnl. More tlmn hnlf tho time wuh occu pied In rending to the jury copies of documents which Freidmnn took from tho Pinkerton 's records. These, chiof ly, wcro da'ly reportn of secret agents operating ih spies among tho unions and union men nt Cripple Creek, Vic tor, Olobeville, Colorado City, Trini dad and Denver, and N'nowcd n com plete surveillance of tho W...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 3 July 1907

PAOSI TWO ,Y JOUElf WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1007. LAND SWINDLES IH LODOED IN JAIL. RICH OTBIKB ON THE WHEDON SOCIALIST BOLTZ HO ARE 8 IIIB RECEIVES COMPLETE HOISTINO OVERRULES MOTION OF ADOPTED CLAIM. FAMILY. PLANT. DAUOHTER. j'. r ! , (Proui NTcaaesdnf 's Daitr.r Tho following ii r 1 1 1 from a Los An jrJr ptipf r rimccrtiliig the arrest of "Oil" Watkins, ex convict, nwindler, and general manager of the crooked California Fruit Orowers ussorjntion, may prove of intercut to Prescott citi mui, innsmuch iih Witt k i n ' methods of separating tho unwary from their coin aocmlngly resemble tho elforts along Mll.tr linci of the Little Itrother Min ing rompnny, through Dr. .1. Waterloo Utfnsdalc, ex eye doctor, ex-mining jiro aaoter, and one of tho directors of the Littlo Ilrother company: "Ollio .1. Watkins, HHlndler, ex con viet, and general manager of the crook d California Fruit drawers' associa tion, a.i arrested last night and lodged ia the county .nil. He is charged with oaing the mails ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 3 July 1907

WBDWWTOAT, JULY S, 1M7. WITNESS TELLS OF OLD PIONEER DEAD PITIFUL SCENE CHQATE ADDRESSES Df HIS IT HI VINDICATOR EPISODE Says He Placed Powder On 8th E E E PFAC CONFERENC HIND HOM Level"-Men Were Killed On The 6th Level. IIOIBH, Idaho, Juno K8.-Attornoys for Haywood rontlnuo to center their efforts on discrediting Orchard and en tablishing tho claim that Orchard kill ed Btcunonborg in revenge for tho loss of hid Intercut in tho Hercules mine Today they directly attacked tho Vindicator explosion with a witness who mndo it nppenr accidental rather than criminal. Thomas Wood, n non-union timber man, nworo that tho night before tho explosion ho placed twenty-flvo pounds of ginnt powder nt tho nhaft on tho eighth love), mid that tho next morning lie nnw Huperintendcnt McCormlck and Foreman lieck there jtint before they Were killed on tho sixth level. Wood JUDGE THE FIGHTING HAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Juno 88. Motions for setting asido the bribery iadictmenta against Viee President Leal Glass o...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 3 July 1907

l 1 PAQB rouK WEEKLY JOURNAL KMES. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 107. t i y v. r m Si "11 i 4 THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864. Published Hy 5 THE JOURNAL - MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Prctis. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNES, Editor and Manager. TERMS: Daily, per year $Q.go Daily, per month 75 Weekly, per year 2.50 Weekly, six months 1.5 Weekly, three months '.00 Payable in Advance. The Journal-Miner will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills are ent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same promptly. Subscribe who desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay amount due. ."in ifll Entered at the Postoffice, l'rescott, Editorial ABE YOU SAVING A3 YOU 007 "Tliuro was never a 1111111 horn, wlio, if hn lived tin; life Ik should, eonl.l not lay aside cornet tiitin from tin' fruit f rmcli day's labors." This Ik the declaration made torcntly try a ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 3 July 1907

WESKLY JOURNAL MINKS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1007. PAGE nvii CROXDALE RELIEF FUND IS STILL 1 Large Donation From Birch Bros And Employes (From Tuesday 'a Dally.) Works mid mini nro tliu true test of it kind iiourt and n genuine sympathetic spirit, ami it Is hiic1i persons who nro coming forward now find aiding in swelling ld Croxdulu fund. Tho cmmii Is ti worthy one, in furl it is una of tlio most pitiful cases in the history of Prescott, and It affords an opportunity to every charitably inclined person to assist ii follow-bcing In dls Itcss. There wort' a number of handsome do nations yesterday to the relief fund, tint largest coming from Hired Hros. and their employes. Tho sad account of tliu romlltion of tl.o seven father Ions cnildrou with a mother whom) mind is in darkness ,touchcd the big heart of Sam Hudson, ntio of the employes, and ho Htnrtcd the hall rolling for the relief fund. The threo members of tho firm started ff the list handsomely, as they always do in cases of this ki...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 3 July 1907

MX nOMAUOm WZDNBBDAT, JULY 3, 107. s v j 1 1 5 Cily News 2 i 1 ..in Brief Si (From J'liurnl.iy Daily.) Crown Ktnn Visitor. Mm II ' Ml,i.' I i'hihii King .it t mtiug lii'ir .I'lacuriU Visitor. Mr i.-urgr V. Hand of I'lnici itll i wifillii hi i In i'ii,y. ajkull Valley Visitor. Mrs Vjiii Dickson -f Skull Valloy On -tinting iii llin city. Jlero Prom KlikUnit. i:. M Kalis nf Kirklnitl ii here on -a snort liiisiiics visit. Copper Uaflln Visitor. Joint JiirltHiHi, tin Cupper Basin mine imauiigcr, is in tin I'll)'. IKlrkland Visitor. C. . Harbcr of Kirkluiid in here ion a tihort business visit. Juniper Htockninn Here. M. M. I'lumiiicr, tin .1 mi iir stock iwan, it here on business "Visiting rrlrndn. Cornlci D. Karskie of Hun Francisco rin her. visiting with friends. In From Chorry, .1. f. ItnyiT. tlii. Cheiiy Cicek mill ung '"an, i1 visiting in tin city, attockman Vlsltfl. Fianl. Coinlriiti, the Walnut Grove fitiii')'. in.iii, in vinitiitK in llii city. Vickcuburg Visitor. Mr- r. VV. Plntt...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 3 July 1907

WBDMBSDAY, JULY 3, lt7. PAOE SETE BIDS FAREWELL TO ALMA MATER Brilliant Commencement Exercises Of St. Joseph's Academy Held Last Evening. That Prcseott U proud of 8t. Joseph's academy nn nn institution of learning, ami appreciates not only tlio thoroughness of tlio training 11 be iowa upon Ita pupil and tho oxccllenco of Iti curriculum, but also honors the self-sacrificing llfo work of Iho Sisters who aro rreponslblo for ltd high stand ing, wait evidenced by the largo audi ence of representative citizen tbnt filled tlio Klk' theater lnnt evening, The ocension won tho unnual Com mencement exercise of that institu tion, and though there was but one fair graduate to bo crowned with tho laurel wreath, nevertheless tho scene could not hitvo been moro beautiful, moro Inspiring und moro replete with Intercut had there been a dozen or wore awect girl graduate on tho atago to receive the coveted bc-ribbonrd di ploma. The lovi of tho alumnae for their salma mnter wan shown by tho largo number...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 3 July 1907

WEBKXiY JOUfttf AL-MHrBR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1907. rAOL EIGHT H X -M H K tM n Ciiy (News 5 I 5 in Ml 1 IV,, Mayft Visitor .1 i; w ii. I 1, .i l 1 1 1 ih i .Bu:.ti p Bufl VlMtor. I,. I- Mm-iir ..' Itiinil.lf mn ii . ltnr (;i BuMlinfc Mil is nil- I. U K k r.iH- i 'I.. ' W. M. itfi r II ni.. I M i- in the f i Ih iiv ('rick If heie fin .i ln!iii s istt, OlWtry Vlstiors. Mi. ) ii. I Mr. I'm k SVhannfll of tta-rty ;ir.' usitieg in th city. U'alncfl Station VtaUera. Mr. runt Mrs. It. '. F.nn of Palare uLntiiiii iirr veiling in Mir city. Cliorry Crock Vhtltor. I. I., tint try, the ln-rry Creek min lug in mi, i visiting in I hi- idly. Sjitnmona Viaitor. Ii. II. Alli n. the Simmon farmer and ftUH-kiii.iu, i visiting in Ihe rity, .Humboldt Visitor. Mr. i ii-I Mrs. Waller O. A,bbolt f lliinilni ilt arc x-t-.it ttijj in Ihi' rity. Will Spend .Summer Here. Mm. M. A. Mitchell of New Vork f'lty. arrived lirrr Inst night from the oust. She will lie the guest of Mi. Sind Mrs. ,1. Mitrliell, her Hon n...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 July 1907

WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 10, 1WT. FORTY-THIRD YEAR. BRILLIANT CAREER OF ARIZONA'S POPULAR HERO Mam there nro, in tho past, who lav tirnnielcd tho deeds of prowess an I thr ndventurcs of "Ducky" O'Nicll, ntid ninny thoro nro In Arizona ind elsewhere who nro personally ne quairtcd with incl(lcntn in thi) llfo o( thu gallant hero of Arizona, but tho b.ilf li s ""t been written, nor yet told, nf In fearlessness, his brnvcry, his dccN of chivalry, bis kindness, nor Kill i ni'cil Dorglum's beautiful statue, standing in th'.a ally's pluu, to re mind ArionmiH of this Captain of Troup A, Hough Dldors, who gavo up his life for bis country. 'Wliii would not dio for another star in tho ling!" Tncso words, spoken by tho lamented capfnin, and engrnved on tho tomb stone, beneath which lio his ronmins, in Washington, D. C, express moro tor idy, jicrhapH, tho innn'H deepest na ture, than could n pngo of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 July 1907

WESXLT JOURN Air MINER, WEDNESDAY, JTJLY 10, 1007. PAOB TWO GALLANT HEROES TRIBUTE TO i r r HONORS RIDERS Nine years ago, July I, as the American soldiers, members of the Rough Riders, lay entrenched before San Juan Hill, awaiting ' the order from their stipcrior to charge the foe, there walked back and forth, before his men, a captain of one of the troops of that famous fighting command, who, despite the repeated entreaties of his followers, would not seek shelter from the rain of Spanish bullets that swept down the hill. Airily he smoked his cigarette, and glanced, ever and anno, up the hill at the fortifications, with a supreme contempt for the poor warksmanship displayed by the Spaniards. Not that he did not realize the danger to which he vas exposed; bo man there knew better the meaning of a leaden bullet than he who so bravely faced the pitiless fire without flinching, or without a thought of personal danger. "Captain, please seek shelter; please lie down in the trenches,'' be...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 July 1907

WWKLT JOVBMAZ-lHMim. WBDHXiDAY, JULY 10, 1907. PAOB THUS O'NEILL MONUMENT UNVEILED TO PUBLIC )c(icftt!nn of thin fnapnlflcnnt tnatt tnonlnl to tho memory of a bravo soldior. I nm not ono of tho regular sneakers on thin occasion, nntl no intimation was matin mo tnnt 1 would be. Therefore, I should not havo been bo unceremoniously called tut, and It was very kind of tho good man, on my right or left, who started tin gontlo broczo uini nrings mo to my feet. Nevertheless, as 1 usul to bo pretty Well known ltnr.nlintltn nmnnir th (Continued from I'ago Two.) Miters, or spring of 'GO contlngontt. . I lt l.AH mi....l t If fall rill 1. n - e ... I nld sellers, nun uuimiu. muy i nan not an tea of sneaklm, in i r """" "u Kciousiy an tWn. ... Il.lu Tnrr Inrv nf nnr. .,.. I.... .... "PcnKg to can A word? An in tl.n n1.l. mi. w.o sinned Is ono t int .... " n. forth from thin Territory of ours 5 h ii Krnnz. nnd with Buckoy I.v'ni Tlny wont Into Cuba, and X; hinory of the Hough Illdorn Is known vcr...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 July 1907

rt' 'f t ' ' ' , 1 ' ;. VAOB EOT7M THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864. Published By , THE JOURNAL -MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNES, TERMS: Daily, per year $900 Daily, per month 75 Weekly, per year 2.50 Weekly, six months 1.50 Meekly, three months 1.00 Payable in Advance. He Journal-Miner will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills arc Mat out regularly, and subscribers arc requested to pay the same promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time arc gently requested to send notice to this office and pay amount due. OiNiQNljpjtkt. (UNION itered at the Postofficc, Prcscott, t Editorial Comment 1 Prescott s Signal Tribute (Written by a Visitor.) Yesterday I'rcscott did all honor to herself in the honor she paid t Arizona's warrior de.nl. Patriotism lies deep in the hearts of Ari sonnns, so deep that oft its expressions is difficult to lips that speak bet lit...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 July 1907

fourtPfIuly EXERCISES HELD Col. J. F. WiWn Is Orator Of Th Day Mrs. Southwortk Reads Declaration of Independence. WMKLY JOUBNAIflCINBB, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1907. PllDliCflilnrUI. ItimivK O (U (UU film I,,,.,.,.,.. 'Pl.U wnn 111 the beginning. Ill (I Iilllillrnl Inn nf I If lniulnil In wnir,in. ntlnwlnir IXti lnnli. iMTiotliertH utiil joiirnnls of lliiformn- I rid to tlm waifon. nml the snaco of 30 tlllll It'll it ri. ... I ..1 I I . ... ii .. - - I . ' II ..... ..,. ,lv ,IUHi 1IIIIWI0WI1, I ICGv 10 1110 WllgOll II II 1 1 icnm WOlll'l jow, of more thnn 40,000 of these pub- mnko a wngon trnin long enough to IIBllCil 1 din world. Ilinrn limn Imlf I rniirli ant-iintiuin Union nrminil (tin tvnrlil .. i ... .' . ... . mum nro published in tho United - "nml then some." OUIICS. Now pak rrvx PRE8COTT WINNER OF THE BASE BALL TOURNAMENT, niinnnlly live time tin much for public 000,000. iinrnry jiurpoos as any other tuition In the world; utnl spends nn much for edti- cntionnl purposes us Englan...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 July 1907

WMUCLY JOimNAIMIWEK, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1007. O'NEILL MONUMENT UNVEILED TO PUBLIC - It.. (Continued from Pago Three.) :st3t ixttictni travelling toward Unit pcacu Iml by tln arts (if war, Hun the jmPlrtMni) i m not upon parallel hut conquest brought greater ltpi mmh to non- OTS'inl. mill jrli;i h inillrecl ' liaise, 'Willi different rales of . nl 'Aw in i' i.tUineil different ia prugr-M, with -different Ideals . ta-o mi l to nttalnc I and tho mnnns 4 thai tml Wo mint, therefore, ox paet JlI tunifi t clash between tncso aavrrtrjg J iii on, nml tbsl clash will Mwini imovninf t of civilization. That tastriKi wlinih is passive, which only janil i i.lj resists tho retrogressive elc- ht nvrtJtition, becomes stagnant, iwvtak, tmUl, if happily Unit inny war turn the eoun! ot rctro- lyiKUrn tivoluln into tin iriirHHi'i m; activity the place of passiv tity; alhtii ymlln U rnnrgy, indifference t paXrifctiam, nl progress m rritiiim 1. No a.Wrjn r;m I rtiil nt.ll; to move nl Usast rnrtviiiily r...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 July 1907

MS 1 WEEKLY JOUKNAL-IOXiat, WEDNESDAY, JULY PAOE rSEVJOT EMINISCENCES OF JourntttNtio calllm?. n-iiril, ( ll.'l O'NEILL'S CAREER Incidents In A Life Filled With Scenes of a Thrilling and Interesting Nature WJillo in New Htltullon, pcnnl or otherwise, In that 11110 fissocinted In nn eoiintrv. nml Minlr mltutt tnn.w. ..Ill ,..i..t " " iiiwirj en m city with Hlicr IT Put. flnr- never lie mii-sHone.! Int.. ..tlh..r. flt.o ,.t -it, hip oincer who Inter ran "Hilly the trio should bo of Hint physical eon- ......... nipun nun k I him, thereby ilition the victim 1h well nwnrc of, wiping from Now Mexico history Its niuiirly, n wreck nml whose days nro darkest em in lawlessness nml in the niiinl iftfpil. Tin llirnn iiutfi tint In ittitiir taking f I,,,,,,,,!, llfo by thin Imml of the .ell together, nml at this point tne ... ..inn. u eni never claime-l nny trick is to he turned. Hmnllton to n connection with this deed, lint several have identified him with it. however. a lew weeks nfter his nrr...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 July 1907

11 FAGE KI01IT WEEKLY JODBNAL-MZKUl. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1007 ii A; city News in Brief 5 5 )ifctafclififcfcfcllhtakkfcftftli (From Sundny's Dully.) F. M. Conk if (ni Vi rdo is visit my in I city, .1. .1. Ilmn.iiell of llfirrinyton In vls itiny in the city. .1. II. Trunk, tho Cherry Creek school ti'iii'licr, m visit!.. y in the cily. .J.um's Nnni'i'Mw of Cnnm.ou is In tho flty, rlrrtilntiiiy nmony IiIm iijnny riiii'U. 'hftrlt'K I. Iliiloy, the Storm Cloud mlniny limn, is tlm yuest of relatives in th pity. Oporyo I', Young, ypimr.il mumiyer of thn Derby mini', spent yesterday bero nn business. .M. F. Josephl, rt pioneer initipr nf the Cunntnyl.nm puss country, is in tin Hty on : vlilt, combining business with 7lcnsnre. Mr. mid Mrs. .1. Mitchell llobcrt nf Hntnliolilt were the yi.csts of friends Imro tlnritiy the celebration. Mr. nml Mm. .1. .1. Id-Mirk nf Hum )nldl left yesterday fur htimu after a pleasant visit here ilnrlny the celebra tion. John Duly will IcnVc loilny for his 'linmo...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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