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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 25 September 1907

i., - .... WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL MINER PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1907. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. AST HOPE DF TUP serious runaway uecious broncho GRAFTERS NOW GONE INJURES TWO Supreme Court Decides Oliver Grand Jury Was Legal and Its Indictments Valid. SAN rUANX'JBCO, Cnl., Sept. 23. 'fht' state supremo court today destroy nl the last hopo of tho dcfciiHu in the arious bribery nnd graft proceedings, y deciding that tho Oliver grand jury, TrhMi indicted many prominent busi mm and socinl muii of Han Francisco, nas a legal body end their indictments ilnl. Tho opinion in by Chief Jus- re Lenity and Associates SIosh, An ;i it' , Henslinw, Shaw and Lorigcn. isuoiato McFnrland dissented. lor we ks the decision wax awaited wiMi an interest seldom attached to any rriininal proceedings in thin state. Utoraeyn for Ilalsey and Glass, of the Pacific Telephone company; Calhoun, Mullaly, Ford and Abbott of the I mted ItailroadH; ...

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. — 25 September 1907

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2T, 1007 FAOE TWO 1 l KUPEHVIHOKH AUK IN FAVOK OF OOOD KOADH. (From Wednesday's UaJJy.) Am a result of the ilmcussinu of the deplorable condition nl tin' rends in many districts of I hi county liy Die Vnri nf supervisor, Monday, inniii OSuUi expenditures for repairs with air Ibumcd, iiml yesterday forces of iii.mi trnro engaged in the IiirT'ii t districts Cetting tlii highways into n passable condition. Fortunately, nt this tiim', tin road fund i.i in :i healthy roiulition, it ap pearing from tln last r.'jtor t of the cawnty treasurer, da toil August .'II, tli.it tketo was tln sum of tll,7tl.lM on de fml to tlio I'ri'ijit of tint fund. Taxes m now ilui' ho that it in reasonable to wiped tiiat a larit ainoiint will be diktd to tin fiitul in tho months of October, November ami December. Tim work authorized at the meeting of tlm board, Motnliiy, waft only in emergency cases. An expenditure of $200 was ollowed for tint road leading from Harrington to frown Kinj to b...

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. — 25 September 1907

I)HT ONLY 0 OAMES OUT Or THE l)tl TT A Wl From Thursday 'a Daily. Ion Wilson mill Will Hnrnett, two . I lie popular members of tho vlninV. H Prescott Grays, returned iicro yes- ,,rii irom meson, wlicro tho Grays, ,ft.r defeating tlio lAnclcnl Pueblo boys I tal of four out of five games piny. . f lisbnndetl for the- season with tlio ..niiiiiit llonting proudly boforo thmn That PrcHcotl in ontlllod to first t e in tho Arizonn pennant rnco 1h not disputed by any fair-minded fnu, for iflcr tho cnrly games of tho season, j'r.'tcou ucmonsiraicu on many Imttlu iclds her superiority. Not only baa oho played moro games thin season than any ,thr tram In the Territory, but ,iho ia also won a grcnter percentage of Ui T g.lllieK. Out of n total of 28 games played tho Grays lost but 0, which in a record that is not cqunllcd by the showing ,a,l. i.y nuy other team in Arizona it New Mexico. (Hobo and Cannnca, Mexico, playel good ball during D... r) i frniton. but tlio few games the fonn.'r played h...

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. — 25 September 1907

paqe roum !l i! THE ARIZONA 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. MILNE9, TERMS: Dally, per year $9.00 Daily, per month 75 IVtekly, per year 2.50 Hackly, six months 1.50 Weekly, three months 1.00 Payable in Advance. fate Journal-Miner wilt be continued until ordered stopped. Bills arc east out regularly, and subscribers arc requested to pay the same promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time arc arajently requested to send notice to this office and pay amount due. ntered at the Postofficc, Prcscott, Editorial THE DISAPPOINTMENT OF HOOT. It hits often been said Hint repub lic nr ungrateful. We io not be lieve this is true. We think this ob nervation arises more from too appear ance of ingratitude tlinn from that tin beautiful trait itself. We believe thtit tan people uf tli I'nitnl States stand ready to reward faithful service upon...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 25 September 1907

LI WEEKLY JOUMNATkftwr.R wt!l1KP.iiniv nriTV.uri or. inn? FAOl five f e Social Mi irror Hnn.hait, Hubert K. lwrtvr, W. Me Nully, Jack N,.w,n, 1'rr.lrrlck Dovkor, nrron Drccher, (.'. A. Peter, .lr., Lieutenant It. It. (Has mid Dr. It. u- Hrnhnm. V Mr. mid Mr-.. .M,r, tloldwriter gnvo a molt delightful dinner pnrty, Thur. y evcuing, entertained n few of their (From Baaday'i Dally.) Mr. William A. Drako nml her i .lighter, Mrs. K'lwnnl Meatiy, gnvo 11 tinii delightful fiOO party nl tho Ynv ,,,:u Club, Thursday nftrrnoon. Tim K.n -ti were received In tho hall roum )t. Mrs. Drtiko nnd Mm. Mcnny, and tin room hud In on mado most nttrnc io ly Hi" profuau dccoiutloii of sw.i t . . V'ntm tn uii.x. .......... 1 . il ' a pen. .-"...j" " hmhii on uii.jor uicir friends, in honor floor, nnu n, lew .Mission tnbles act , u. .ldlr.g nonlvcrsnrv i f - it. i . -. i - arounu iu i vuiiiit ui iuo room with sweet pen. Tho Morris chair added much to tint comfort of tho room hllo tho festoon of smllnx nruii...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 25 September 1907

WEEKLY JOUHNAIj MINER. WEDNUHUAY, niirii-mu i'acij: .s:c s $ ST; i City News in Brief j (Pro.. TfcMntWtij tMty.) McCabo Visitor. Mr. D. M. Diuim-i .if M.CiiIm- 11 visit ing in tin' city. On the Hick Lint. ruinrilm:iii .1. V. Wilson in cnullued Id h is hniii", ill. McCabo Visitor. IVrry Hull if MH'ahe Is in tin- city mi a busnies v i h i t . Camp Verde Visitor. Dr. I). Keith of 4 T:i 1 1 Wide is hern mi professmnnl business. Here From McCabc. Mrs. .1. W. Walker of MeCube is vil li inr willi friends in I lie city. In From Kallmann. Mr.. W. II. Muckay of Dauinnnn is visiting wiHi friends in llio I'ily. Thompson Valloy Visitor. V, W. Umlcy, tin' Tnnmpsou Valley stockman, n Inn on business visit. Hack From Moxlco. Dr. W. W. Lewis returned yesterday from ii mini' inspection trip lo Mexico. Left for Home. Tim 1VII left jfsicrilny for his home in the Anna I'rin, after u pleasant visit here. Loft for Congress. II. i-v ArmiliiL'f Icl'l last niulil tor lire fougn-st section mi n mine inspci' l...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 25 September 1907

"S"S?-" ' ', "' MIHING ENGINEER DECLARES IT IS JOBBERY Thus Explains Present Slump In The Price Of Red Metal nuil bargained Hlrcll!IHC of tin Says Copper Is Bound To Go Up In The Near Future Frsa UtAmUf't Daily.) This great fall in tho prlco of cop pi , all jobbery on thu part of the speculators," said P. E. Hrnnll, the mining engineer, who nrrircd horn yes terday from Boston, to a Journnl-Mlnor representative "(let Into the mnrket tomorrow and try to purchasn n million pounds of copper and you will find that It enn- In) purchased for 15 or 10 cents. no 1 know it to bo a fact thnt no ono can go into tho market nt tho present time and contrnct for tho immediate delivery of 25,000,000 pounds of cop por. Another fact not generally known to the public is that the prlco of sheet copper has not lowered a cent since the recent slump. Any man who has copper need not worry. Tho price is liound to rise again nnd that very soon aid when It docs you may look for It to Mop aomowncre between L'O ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 25 September 1907

WEEKLY JOUltNALMINEH, WEDNESDAY, HEPTEMBEIt i!!5, 1007 EVARTS LOSES IN FAST FOOT RACE Dark Horse Proves to Be Hilderbrandt, 'Crack University of Pennsylvania Sprinter and Worlds Champion 120 Yard Hurdler How Race AVas Run. (From TihwImvV DiiI ) Several hundred lvei nf font fluting yesterday mI'Icmiooii. saw Al. Kviirt", I In' IimiiI champion of tin' slimier path, go down In defeat before the. fleolness of llihlerbrmnlt. herald--'(I as n sneep herder from off tin' ranch uf Lis cousin, .1. it. Ilililcrbininlt, whn made the mulch for his Meet-footed 'OUsill, illlll llUI'licd llilll Willi till' inn- v.uina lit long ii. s In rotilil get any For several days local iiirtiliiiii tins ii!i;n pii..liug itself as to tin identity nf tlio "iliirk horse" who wus to race with Kvarts, but despite thn strenuous 4-fforti of all interested, nothing nnilil lio learned, huv. what tin- "iliirk nurse's" backer volunteered, that be ing thnl lii.t man wns nlsn iiaiiti'il llild orhruudl, ami hail been workin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 2 October 1907

WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER A88OOIATED PRESS PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA. PRBSCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY HORNING. OCTOBER 2, 1W. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. NATION'S TRIBUTE TO MKINLEY IS ED TE President Roosevelt Delivers The Dedication Oration-Description Of Mausoleum CANTON, O., Sept. 30.-Tho Mc Klnley mausoleum, at Monument Mill, a tribute and gift of the nation to tbo memory of the martyred president, wan dedicated, this afternoon, in tho presence, of hundreds of distinguished men from nil part of tho Unlle.l States, representatives of foreign countries, ami n crowd of npproxi matoly 00,000 people. Thn feature of the dedication wis I lie presence of President Itoosovelt, Vic.) President Fairbanks, mnmhcM of the Cabinet, United Stales senators, and governors from Hovurnl ti talcs. Addresses wcro ilclivcrod by Preib dent ttopsevvlt, Justice Willim Jt. Day, McKinloy 'it secretary of state, mid (iovernor Harris of Ohio, who acted ui prcsidont of the dcy. The program Hided with the singin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 2 October 1907

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINRR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1907. JITNK HMOWINO I'OK LAKOE COP I'E IIM1NEH. (Front Wednesday's lJidJy.) " l.pavilig the great I'fntt'il Verde UfllllWt llllt "f consideration, ill III) part of the Jlluck JIiIIh rtuuf ' '" ' miv.n such n promising showing for a largo copper miiii' u there i t tne properties .f Hip .Suneet Copper cone jmny atiil tbe Jtosiilte Coppor com puny, in til." Copper Creek district, twenty live mile e:mt of Mayer," Hiiii Alex II Lyons of Jerome, to n Trpriineiitiittv.' of he Journal Miner, recently "An immense :nnl promising surface Mbowing greet tlie eye. of tlie miner aa mxin ns lie travel over the great porphyry dyke that traverse Die dis trict, llmlii. ot copper glance, ehnleo pyrite tiii.l malachite ore hnvn been opened in a numlier of the shaft nnd tunnels, somo rictt enoojtli to pny af ter transportation and mining iurpenss are deducted, for Mhipnieiil to tli Humboldt smelters. "On tlie Suiixit grour- Ill" ureal ledge show a width of 7! f...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 2 October 1907

i sj'- i Jyy-Vy y! WWI WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1967.. PAQB TUREU SADDLE MOItNTKIN SMELTER NOT YET COMPLETED Expected To Be in Op eration In 60 Days (From Saturday'! Daily.) That the Kelvin country in cntchlng itti breath, figuratively spooking, pre paratory to making great strides in tho nenr future, U tho opinion of iouli Melczor, who linn just returned from a trip through tho mining dis trict. Tho smelter, from which bo much is expected, and which won to be in operation by September 1, is not yot completed, nnd wXI not bo open for sixty days. In tho meantime, tho Haddlo Mountain mlno licit idle. Tho closing of tho Haddlo Mountain was duo to tho Incrcaae in tho rated of freight transportation, to tako ef fort in July. Previous to that time tho railroads had fixed rates for haul ing coal, coke nnd lumber. When the chango wns mndo they plnccd ii flat rate of X a ton on nil these materials, and ns this prlco was in excess of what tho manager of tho mines felt justi...

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. — 2 October 1907

WEEKLY JOUKNAL MINEB, WEDNE8DAV, OCTOBER 2, 1007. THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Paper In Arizona. Established March 9, 1864. Published By THE JOURNAL - MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Presi. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNES, Editor and Manager. TERMS: Daily, per year f9-oo fatal?, per month 75 r, per year kly, six months ily, three months Payable in Journal-Miner will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills are eat out regularly, and subscribers arc requested to pay tnc same promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are illy requested to send notice ft f, ( )N atered at the Postoffice, Prcscott, Editorial KIDNAPIKO IN TBiaOO. We arc not ncvustomd in Saa Francisco to strategy in criminal trial .to unscrupulous :iml indecent as that by which the defenders of Tirey I.. Ford arc endeavoring, not. indeed, Co establish hii innocence, hut to ac oult him, "ays tin Han Francisco HulK- Jin. Turpitude could hardly -"ink lowct than tho emp...

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. — 2 October 1907

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MlNER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1007. PaWfIVE PflESCOTT CITIZEN RETURNS II " BENEDICT Wins For His Bride . The Belle Of A Kansas Town Happy Pair Will Make Future Home In This City (From Tuesday's Daily) Jan AVhetstlno and bride, nco Xim Blanche Lowry, arrived licrc yen tcrdar from Hutchinson, Kan., where they were united in marriage Septem ber 25.. The bride is pleasantly remem bered here and in Poland by a largo circle of friends, and will bo n wel come addition to Prctcott'a social lift. The (room filled a, .responsible posi tioh with the Poland Mining company for several year, and In now in the deploy of tho Uashfonbllurmistor Co., wbcro-iie in hold in esteem by the li rfctorato and his fellow employe. Tho. .)!ntchitwn Independent, of September SO has the following nn aounccmcnt of. the wedding: i'TpP marriage of Miss lUnnc.i" Lowrv and Mm. James Whotstlnn of Pxo.seitt, Ariz,, was qnintly solemn iied ltwtnR at . tho home of Uu hr$fifn parents, Mr. ami Mr. .1. J. Low;,...

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. — 2 October 1907

WI1EKLY J0UKNAL-M1NEII, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1007. I'AnK SIX FIHO HUH JkHD WIFt'MEW WATER CO. iS DEAD Oil HE Former Killed Latter and Then Committed Suicide Gruesome Sight Meets Eyes of Investigat ing Officers nisnm:. ah., sept. 27. -The mys tery which liriM Hiir rounded tne disap pearance nf H. 1". Dennett nnd wife, Ollic, who wore Inst seen nt Hull S Half-Way House, Sunday morning, at about 8:30 o'clock, was cleared up yes torday, when ii Mexican liy tlio name of Alfrvilo Hernandez telephoned Cor oner drier tli.it there wore two dead bodies, a matt and n woman, lying tn t i -way between tlio road to Naro and tlio Warren ranch. The coroner, sum moning a jary, immediately loft for till) SCl'IIO. Arriving I hero a most gruesome sight mot llii'ir gu.o. Htrct clicil out on t lit ground lay tun liody of tlio woman, Ollie llennctt, while by her side, with his li.'iul resting on lirr hip, wns K. F. Hoiinott, her husband, with his hands mid clothing smeared with gore. Owing the l:u'1 "'li...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 2 October 1907

stf WEEKLY JUUatNAL-AUNER. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1907. PAOE SEVEN SEES ENGLAND'S RULER Prescott Resident Of Scenes Across Shopkeepers Cater istsQueen Looks Young But Is Afraid To Smile. TLe following letter, dated at Lou don, Eng., from Harry Drisloy, who It now touring Europe, lm-t boen re ceived at this odlce: London, England. Kditor Journal-Miner. It seoras a far cry from Prescott and tho break necking skyscrapers of New York; tho Sunday ruh of thous and of holiday maker at Coney Island, to the big and dignified city of London, tho rural scenery of Old England, and tho decorum of it equal thousands wending their way to church on a Sabbath morning, tho music of hundred of chiming bell filling tho air; and hero wo nro mill, though tlio time is near when we shall tnko tho back track to home and duty. Wo And ourselves a small unit of tho thousands of American citizens constantly to bo seen In tho different towns, along tho by-wnys, In thn cafes and hotels, nnd helping to crowd tho ra...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 2 October 1907

t rAOIJ EIGHT WREKLT JOUWKL-Untm, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1007 SADDLE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE PUN BIG PLANT Smelter Will Have A Capacity of 600 Tons Daily All Depends On Action Of Southern Pacific Railroad (I'tuiu Tuesday '.i Ifcilly.) Unless the Southern Pacific railroad should etcud ih line to the end if itM present graded maiHicd in the Christmas district, thus bringing trans portation by rail . w Itliin two mile?, of tin? big Clirutuias in I tit, ninl to which ii narrow gauge roadbed has already been const tooted, it is likely tlmt the present Ntiut down of this ruorty will continue, as it is said to be for tint iiliac to produce copper nt -i prollt, nt present prices, if tho enlte for tin' funnier lms to in nli 1 lv wagon from WinUeinnii. At present tit.- mine is nbsolulily idle, only iiliimt twclvi mi'ii remain ing t tin propcity, to look nl'lcr t 1j mine ninl smelter equipment. Tin1 tT."t t -ton smeller at the ramp has neir been IpIiiwii in, ninl it has been decided by tin Saddle Mount...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 9 October 1907

m 3 r I V WEEKLY ARIZONA IOURNAL-MINE flRJS MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PIOWEEK PAPER OF ARIZONA. PRESCOTT. AMZONA. WEDNESDAY MORMWG. OCTOBER . im. PORTY-ffjiURTH TR HARTJE SAYS HE HAS ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE Alleges Letters Of Mrs. Hartje's Sisters Contain Damaging Admissions. PITTSBURG, 1'., Oct. 7.-lntereit in the sensational llartji divorce race wax rcrlvcd today by too announce ment of a petition filed by tnc com plainant, Auguit Hartje, the million aire paper manufacturer, with the jus tice of the upcrior court, asking that the cac be reopened, in order that ad ditional evidence, alleged damaging to the defendant, Mary Scott Hartje, may be beard. It is stated Hart jc has discovered a package of letters alleged to have Ixxn written by the two sister of Mrs. Hartje nnd Thomas Madine, the coachman, co-respondent. Toe sisters' letters arc alleged to contain damaging admission. Madine is also alleged to have con fessed to Ilartjc'f lawyeri and to hare turned over n pih of documentary evide...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 9 October 1907

'v ' TWO WEEKLY JOUKNAIMlNEtt. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1), 1007. U.ME WOI'.K ON II IH D PKOPEIITY. Wednesday's Daily.) I t ii n n I'Hi-f. ot contract rstako mi m nc claim, in district, lor F. K. Heche Mlndl, I'M. Mnoreheud nr sterduy to -Make arrange r resumption 'if the ilc- II promising lead prop- c "Until of Kirkliiucl stu- it ion wt.. i reprcscntii-iMirnal-MI -r, Mr. .Moon s lieon cnl iged in mining twenty yojirs in tin- conn fituiked my ontriu'l on nkjf whiri make the aeet in depth. There is iph grade gold ore in it for work to lie resumed hi' return nere of llccbe who nro tit present in tin iiro three claim in tin roup, which is located les we.t of Kirklund, in nyon neighborhood." ' lis own property, which claim, and i known a oup, Mr. Moorehcnd .id- few day I will resume lead property, where I vorklng tuaf t ilown to n teen foot. The shaft will ilnr. ; It is started a bio to the hanging wall imo nml porphyry dyke, over lot) feet in width o. In the bottom of a there ii expocd, in n...

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. — 9 October 1907

WEEKLY JOURNAL MINER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1907. PAGE TUMSt WHAT COL WILSON HUNKS OF THE SITUATION Believes Arizona Must Turn Attention To Gold Mines Declares Eastern In vestors Are Proceed ing Slowly (Faem Baaurday'a Daily.) Col. J. P. Wilson of this city, -ex-Delegate to Congress anil mining pro moter, who in ut present sojourning in Phoenix, believes that unless the pres ent copper scare passes over, Arlr.ona must turn It nttention to the develop ment of tlx gold mine!. "I ay thin," thu colouel in quoted ns saying, "because of my recent deal ings with eastern investors, most of whom unvi) stopped altogether their investigation of copper properties, and Ihoso who lire in the market for cop per mines nro proceeding more idowly and cautiously tliiiu at nny time in tli" past several years." Col. Wilson ic snid to speak thus from personal experience, lili inter viewer declaring that the slump in cop per pruvented him closing n tl 00,000 deal witli Oklahoma oil men for the purchase of...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 9 October 1907

1 paob rouR WEEKLY JOURNAL-SONEB, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1007. WTHE ARIZONA !!. -1 i'aper ij rion;i. H. riiiiiisiu-d i.v "' 'THE JOURNAL -MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY ktt't Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. at I V i i JW. MILNE3. Editor and Manager. TERMS: . tily, ur i M Jv. mr iiaMitli SVctVfy, 'thWL ftlSMiis Payable in Tin Jotirn.il-Mincr will lie continued until ordered stopped. Hills arc sent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time arc urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay amount due. Entered at the Postoftice. Prescott, Editorial no cAun rom alarm. Tho tfi'cnt remarks of Acting At torney Oeneral Russell ought not to bo Yr'!W!i-Tm$i$'XCy aM! ,'mc,y A f fftl' uoqueatly told by those whose businci It Is to study the complex and dtflicult psychology or business, c1pit.1l is supcrititloua nnd the lnves.. or prone to nlarm. Whrn this fart is coupled with the...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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