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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 8 April 1908

AWFUL TRAGEDY III if- lit Prescott Grays Slaugh tered By Sand Dune City Savages PHOENIX, Ariz., April 4. (Special Dlipitch to tho Journal-Miner). Phoo sli won both baseball games hero to lij. The Fraternal Brotherhoods do feitd tho much touted Prescott Orays j the ridiculously high score of 22 to I, The two teams were tied, 7 to 7, ulll the last half of the sixth inning, vlen Orijalva, for tho Orays, was ham Btrcd all over the lot, Phoenix piling ay nine runs while the Orays were In U tit. Warner, playing short for the fcocott team, was sent in to relieve Srijilva and was touched up for an ad ditional six runs before the game end ed. A closer garao is expected tomor row. Today's attendance was big. In the High school game, the Phoe- six Ilfgbs took tho big end of the gato receipts, handily defeating the Pres cott Highs by a score of 15 to 3. TLt above, in harrowing detail, ro Hals the dreaded story of yesterday's iliopbtcr of tho innoccntH from tho llilr Hign City. That it was more ...

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. — 8 April 1908

I I 1 I'AOE HIX WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, ATUlh 8, 1008. fr c City News 4 in Driel s Trim Thursday's Dally) ri)c Jtto Visitor. J P hiokm. of DM Km, is visiting 'in Dm- il v .llrm: From Wunilcii. H 1J. Ihnrmian, nf Wendell, is here mm A linnies I h i t. Mrfialwi Visitor. 3-1 I). Thayer, ol' McCabu, it here on u iihrrrl business visit. iOcsO Valley Visitor. W L Koberts, of .Skull Valley, in ticr tin :i hort busim-is visit. Tufa King Hero. t I). livnenrsou, tin1 Kiiklnnd tufa King, in in t i ii husincMs viilt. litre From Lou Angeles. Mr. anil Mrs. Harry .Shekels arrived hrrr last night from Los Angeles. Xntl Yor ltawhldn. Thorns ((mini, of Mel'abc, was mi mitgiting pissoiiger yesterday afternoon Ktw Hawhidr, Nevada. JtUva .From Phoonlx. J3. 11. St. Claire, of tin- II. II. McNeil nmjitniy. of Phoenix, in ln; on a rtnir! lmniii'VM visit. Xitsrr On liustuess. J. J. Hellew, who bus promising mitt ung inlfirils in the Mayor section, is liw m mining business. fcJnoX I'rimi Wood Spur. ...

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. — 8 April 1908

lltllM OF GILA MS !EI MAY RECOVER Whiskey Undoubtedly Saved Lionbarger's Life Attempted to Fondle Venomous Reptile While Drunk (From Saturday'! Dally) TUt J H l.ionlmrgor, who wns iDSjtlt to t1"' county hospital hero, Ifrja W Gulch, Thursday aftornooo, rJeriDL' from several Gila monster Ittttt, " "live, with a chance to r.atflv recover, in duo solely to tbe i;t that be "it thoroughly intoxicat il it the time he attempted io fondle it rtnomous reptile, at tbo home of faift (.'olemnn, Wednesday, for tbe tvt of the Coleman children, the iVAty acting iim a partial antidote If.r tie deadly venom. Lioabarger was reported renting easy ait tight, the swelling hi tho right Usi, wfcifli bled more profusely from tit bites than did tho left hand, being ptitlr reduced. Tho left hand is n t 111 Ullr swollen. Tho hospitul attend uti ire inclined to think that Lion Utfa is now suffering mora from tbe eJU of the largo quantity of liquor It drink after being bitten than from tit tite., and that he wi...

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. — 8 April 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINES, WEDNESDAY, APRIL B, 1908. VAOE EIGHT Of 5 .to Brief n .ft V k X X A x V. fc U el t P ili ) iCiuiiii Vntdo Visitor. 11. VViiitj.K'l I, i.l (amp Verde, i Visiting in I fily. ;iliimlnhll I1itJcian Here. It liC T.imv, .r Humboldt, I here tn a profesiiiniial visit. Mltst MAiWiDf HajD. ; a .W. jnil-il, gmeral ,rrtlnlifrr of lb Kiehi-nhiit mine. 'Is here ltd bus Ihumi tvA- , 3tam rroin Aili I'tsjit. Aih.nif.v W.' K. Glwr arrived ham fctnt night from n' jirofeMlonal Wt in .Ann ttrk. , "Vlnttlug III JtrratBo. Ittw Wideman left yesterday morn ing tW n f w dtiy' vlH wit frleada in Jsrom-. AXdiaitlml T HfNlilitAl.' rherhri Roberts was admitted to the vomily brtajdtsl ye-rterdny sntTorlng Xtmb tfnneral.jjfblllty. . MJ Tor HOW a K, HofW ,JW yalarritj afternoon for his hontjjn. ty!!'""" flfur " ,horl URdJt rwiu tlia'Vetdc. T- R. Ckllders, of Turkey, arrived torn last ntgljt from a business vbdt 1p lan Verde valley , auk .Tram Ash Fork.' MlriUat I)ltrii( Attorney .1. C. Cor ne...

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. — 22 April 1908

WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1908. PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA. FORTY-FIFTH YEAR. ORTY-ONE KILLED SIXTY INJURED IN COLLISION . 1 III . . l-l 1 Iff rigntiui occucb jL-naciea wnen Australian Train Wreck Catches Fire. MEt-KOrHNH, Australia, Arirtt'.sp. hnrrihtft rnllwnV' ac- i ... i ,1m lilitinrv or -Australia oc- ..i i.il,t u-hnn Inn nassenrrOr I nt Itnvlirnnlc .Tunrtinh. !jlt milrj from this, city. Fnrtv we passengers' w'cro killed tind .TV. -.1.1 t - II... I.n.ti.i nf i ino, fire lirpko out and most of ..t I ! ll. inv I a-"t nuvin, uiiinvu imu ;,,. n. I.. .1.11.. u.trf. KlnrttL- . 1 ..I . .. tfn.i.. A.lnil I tt nifntii. In l)o killed and released from their mis ory. A misplaced switch caused tho ac cident. H IN SEEKS SANITY TEST BOBAH'B MAIDEN SPEECH, NKW YOH1C, April 20.-Jnmes A WASHINGTON. D. C. April 20. - -T1 1. . .n.i.l ..! nii.tlli.ft1 ii .iii.ndrl II . 1 UU lliltlll llllll IUIIUIIII III I ... .. . . , Innlrn...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 22 April 1908

PAOE TWO WKKur jovBirAXrjeiraB. Wednesday, april 22, 100s. .,1 If ' ill ! $200,000 FOR DUDS TOO MUCfhGOlLD Young Howard Fights Bill Contracted By His rVife Just Before Divorce Suit ArVas Begun Little Miss Carnegie Recovers No Dead Ones For Tim. NEW YOKK, April 1(1. - All tho i wive of Gotham who love fine aiotbes are awaiting with breathless weiUmcnt the outcome of tbe suit Watween Howard Gould, the well known Millionaire, and hi wife, who spent MW.OOO for her wardrobe in nine oaths, wuirh Mr. Gould declare wa unnecessary extravagance, and refuses pay. The Goulds separated over n yer ago, and beforo Mr. Gould could advertise the fact that he would no loafer be responsible for Mrs. Gould's Ula, the latter ran up this big ne Mit with New York's most fashion able modiste. Mrs. Gould claims that purch.vicd only the things that nhn titeoltitely needed, but it is believed fast if there are any married men on tk jury tnat in self defence they will eeasidcr that a woman should be able a dre...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 22 April 1908

WBOLT J09K!fAXMMft, WBDNB8DAY, APRIL 22, 1608. AB XBMBnl ARMONV PREVAILS IN REPUBLICAN CONVENTION dge Sloan Endorsed As Delegate T The Chicago Convention National And Territorial Administra tions Approved. W. H. BBADBICK WEDS PRE SCOTT I VOCALIST, .wrim Thursday's DaUy) Y bf rc no scrap In tho Rcpubll- n.e,.tion yesterday, contrary to ....... ("iiinnM of those who had ex- elf lenst, some vernal hostilities. ... .. ..a nnt ;i flutter of disturbnnco j n Ml outward appearances one O any ru?t tlint thorn hftrl boon 11 iiorl in the prc-convcntlon skir- '.v.. Tim nntMnatructionlsta con ii. j ii,.. nnnvnntlnn. and thn Clark , .. ... :.i li.. . it... l.i.ut nt tli A nilnnHnn Thn -' - .i! .1 nn.1 Tnrrltnrlnl ailminUtm. nnAnrmpA am wad nlni .Tiiflrrft The convention wns called to order W w J " provide! for by ofHcial call and up motion an rejournment was taken Douchorty'H hall. A. J. Doran wan Olfil 51 VIU Mil J t tv a a-isuut urFwmnuiH . t . til Ciedontiah J. M. Ross, L. W. Kirk, . Johnson, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 22 April 1908

T.7 T: paoe rotm WSJSXXtT JOUKKAIMWEK, WMWMDAY, APEIXi 22, 1908. 5 t. 3 THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864. Published liy THJC JOURNAL - MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNES, Editor and Manager. TERMS: Oaily, per year $9.00 Oaily, per month 75 Weekly, per year 2.50 Wtckly, six months 1.50 Weekly, three months 1.00 Payable in Advance. The Journal-Miner will be continued until ordered stopped. Hills are ent out regularly, and subscribers arc 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 Poatofficc, Prescott, Editorial TUB NIJW ELIXIK OF Mm In this ilny of dletelit research, when onu limn U tolil to cut pirn I y of meat nml mnitlier to rut no Hint at nit, It In not surprising that UUhnp Tnllown of I'll I en go should In liniv enough to wrt thnt any hum...

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. — 22 April 1908

Alw if PAGE FIVE LL FOR TAFT, BUT CONVENTION SPLITS ON INSTRUCTIONS AND WALK OUT RESULTS WEEKLY J OUBN AL-tGHBJt, WEDNESDAY, APML 22, 1008. Tucson, Ariz., April 18. As had teen anticipated, trie republican state conventtion broke up in row precipitated by the Lion of tbe convention in seating tbe contesting delegations from Maricopa, Cochise and Gila, and two conventions were heU s evening. When Governor Kibbey and his battling followers left the convention hall at eleven o'clock tonignt there occur eJ the dramatic climax of the war that has been waging for the past month over the question of instructions or no instructions. question really Taft or anti-Taft. This morning it was thought there would be harmony. Compromises were arranged but ie fight between contesting delegations grew so in bitterness that men broke their promises and were accused on the floor of the Invention of treachery, and called other hard names. Alfred S. Donau. who was- removed two vears atfo bv the Governor ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 22 April 1908

'UK' V;. '1 PAGE six WEEKLY J9SNAL-MHK, WEDNESDAY, ArH 22, 1008. I city News l I ....in Brief I 1 "t it li ,r .1 ly I) ill ) Slockmnn Visits. K. I Pali -i-.m, t!i. Ash ,rk -fork snun, itiiig in tin- city 3lcr From Ash Pork. Kil. Sn iblei-, nf Ash lrk, is hirr on Inm'nir. 1 1 will l-iMr for homo this morning. J'urch.mlriK Supplies. AL Vniom n in the city from his mining camp fit I )! Sjrili , jmi rrhn ing supplies. In From Ranch. A. I'. Delaney was here yfttirlny from hix rnnnli in the Thumb Unite district 'in bnni ik-h. Ioft Tot Camp. Ivi Voung Iffl yesterday for his Hhnp cmnp iu the Mack Hills after n whort liiisiiins.1 visit here. Mine Manager Here. J. 8. Miirpfly, general manager of the Iliaghamton n ml Cupper Mountain inirif, is lu re on mining hutdnoss. 2'ojmlar Stockman Visits. Jr, Rudy, tin- niiiil:ir young stock wan from Skull Valley, is circulating among nix (tinny. friends lien'. Sack From Lou Angeles. I. I'. Hastings arrived lioini' Sunday night from Los Angeles where he ...

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. — 22 April 1908

" 1 " , i ' " "if"' t" tr , I STRIKES OF W REPORTED N YUMA v. TL II 0 in me narqud Country Promise Mines Iff. M'Daniel Brings Rich Samples From Dome (From Saturday' BaUy) Fr new gold strikes have been ( ib Yuma count and each prom to make a Rood mine. Two bavo s waik by C .II. Ward and astio- ,. 10 tlir Harqua Hala country, one Uta made by E. W. Mc Daniel to partners in tho Kofa district one Las been made by Mr. Mc id personally a mile from Dome -ion and only a half mile from the itbrn I'aciflc railway. Mr Ward, who ifl hero attending irt, bat an extension of tho Harqua contact, six miles east of that property, lie has eight claims on if hdgc wnich mnke o flno show of rich honey-combed iron qunrtz IfJ with free gold. Near the Ban cos Le and hlH partner have five i called the Mint group which are k(t ore .showing freo gold abund- Jr. Mr. Word is the man who ti toe Kan Marcos after bis old ii home. He now resides at Wen t and is intercntcd in several prop- n le.iiilcH the new strikes....

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 22 April 1908

St WV-' f r. .'V '. iPAQK EIGHT WEEKLY JOURNAIMIHER, WEDNESDAY, APBIL 22. 1008. v s I. ' V i' ,5 city News in Briel tho county jail to the count hospital yesterday suffering from Hrlghl's dis ease. 1 1 i condition N considered no serious th.'it little hopes nri' entertain i l for his recovery. Mining Man Iloro. ap'tim S .I. Wright, a heavy HtocI: M ill ... il... il 1 1 ..I.I tt... - , ing company, operating in tho Agua , I'rm distii.'t, arrlvi'il hero ynsterdav Iff Itll H lll.lv H I). I ) 'PuralinMng Huppllcs. -Vl.TKin, .il 1. 1. ...ii. ere-k W.i ij.jl ,,f inspection. ItvrP rc. ri:i n r-ha hi. supplies. from his home in Paris, T.mi, on a Jllorrt Troin McCnbn. U II. M. ol I. .n tin- city from "Mei'mw i.n a short business visit. Hers On HtijrtnefM, Un Jinhirtv I in lhr city from the Tiflihy mill. a a short business visit. .Hack rriim the Vonlc. It II Meek arrived home yesterday fmm bie-itiess viit to tho Verde vnfp. 'In From Ills Minos, I'nl Mark lm m Is in thr city from hit mines in ...

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. — 29 April 1908

WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOOIATED PRESS PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 29, 1908. ? FORTY-FIFTH YEAR. ROOSEVELT CHAMPIONS LABOR AND CALLS FOR FEDERAL CONTROL TO GOVERN TRUSTS GALLS FOR TARIFF REVISION FINANCIAL LEGISLATION wmmm STEPS nfClDf (EMS H lit 1111(116 KSIffi PRESIDENT WSEIEII 1ES1EIH SENT TO CONG Will Never Return To Corporate Political Domination WASHINGTON, 1). C, April 27. President Roosovqlt throw another bombshell jinto the. Houso, of .Rpprcscn tktivee this aftayip.on,irt. tae tank of -a me' thousand worJ 'HiPMfj?7lho gist of which fir aV opinion thaYfao American people will ncvor again go back to cor porate rule, ami political domination, but ard determined that tho reforms Ifgun towanlH a righteous control of Jjignntic aggregations of capital shall b carried to their logical and rig'.i tonus f ' nclusion. The President begins liy calling at tention to rcuommeiidutlons made to tljo present ficsslon of Congress for law...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 29 April 1908

AQB TWO WEEKLY JOUBNAXrMUfER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1908. BIG DEVELOPMENT BY PITTSBURGMYER General Manager Hall Back From East Capital Soon to Invest In Arizona M incs. (From Friday's Dally) With ampin finances on bund to rc aaaia operation on n turgor scale tlmn aver on the properties of the Pitts-fcarg-Mayer Mining company, four milt cft.it of Mayer, Lon D. flail, gen eral manager of tho concern, arrived e last nlgnt from a ton weeks' visit tho cant. A new hoist will be in tolled ut the working nanft, now 4wn to a depth of 73 feet. In con araation with n Journal-Miner rcpre aatatlve, Mr. HhII said that the plan f development agreed upon by tho dl Taetora involved the Kinking of the abaft to a depth of flOO feet, whero the great dykes covered by the locution Would be explored by crosscuts. "All of the propcrtien opened in the lurrounding district hiive proved well t the depth of 300 feet," Mr. Hull aid. "The director of t.ie Pittsburg 3Taycr Mlnfng company recognixed this aad decided...

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. — 29 April 1908

WEEKLY JSURNAL lONER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, IMS. PACE THESE LANDMARKS GIVING WAY TO PROGRESS M.W VOltK, April l!2.-0reatly to the regret nn "I'icr generation of ,'fw Yorkers the lower hnlf of Man hattan is rapidly giving nwny to tho demands of tho present day enmmnr Mlifn 'y ono 'in olc homo nro bung torn down to mnko room for bus tnfss houses, nnd tho famous old lnnd parks art) being cleared nwny and gi- pnti" skyscrapers eroded on their litt-o. Comparatively fow yearn ngo Fourteenth street wa considered one of the uptown sections of the city, nnd low it It doslgnntcd nn bolng down town, nnd ll!5th ntreot presents all tlin fcu!tle nml bustlo of tho first named thoroughfare fifteen yearn ngo. The ripi'l I'nangea that nro taking place were strikingly brought homo to old JJtnhnttnnltcs tho other day when tho zimous Fifth Avontio hotol and tho Sinclair house closed their doom. Theno were two of tho most noted hontolrics la New Vork. Tho Fifth Avenue hotel ts prominent for yearn nn being...

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. — 29 April 1908

paob roos T JOVftNALaYNB, MDiTJUDAT, AfRIL 9t, l0t. THE ARIZONA Oldest Paper1 in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864. Published By THE JOURNAL MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Aaaociated Preaa. Publiahed Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNEt, TERMS OmUr, per year Uailjr, pet" month Weakly, ner year ttkly: six months JyMkly, three months aw kl tm PayaOla IS YIm Journal-Miner will be continued antil ordered stopped. Billa are ''eat out regularly, and subscribers are requeated to pay the same kmanritlv Stirtarihira swtin HSr th narnr arnnntwt at anv tim ar sjrgeatly requested to send notice ..altered at the PoWoffice, Preicott, nT -W Editorial ooirrLxoT hab beoun. fan pMoage of tbo Atlantic battle aka iet through th Nruitn f Mugt laa Uto tho I'uciflc muat be regarded B aa rponh iu the hintory of the Mil. It wui the aignal that in the ir 1 if rtailble conflict of tbo white und 9ftlaw racea the tlnlW Htatea of Amer 4iao ia in the vntu Whether the mle- ataa eventually proven one of penc...

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. — 29 April 1908

f ; ' ; . !: ; . ' t - ,i '.5 WttJXT WtMJrt Wl)im)AT, AWL , IMi rAOB rift v,ma' i S ocia 1 Mirror iKruiu Bandar's Ually) I ...l.. At.rtl 00) I V, ...... .... i of Miss Hldon Francca Uurmiiter Lieutenant KaJph Itlgby Olam wan liv her mother at an uft.nr. tea L'ivon ut tbo family residence youDt Vernon and Gurley it recti, . ! I :- .1 11 IIUHMI"V1 "V W4 lMWKHl.l Mr, and Mr. R. H.DurroUtor, who i.i Art?rtnn' flraf famtllo A . - l..,f In tli tar flaw nf ltM. j.- -i I Via firm v anil In vntiivn nro . I tl.&Sa ilAllittituP 4 a I lit a t...ftu. UB1' t BVM w M. Vk t ...a. lea. mnAt hVAfnliiliin vnnn .tftuninL filftML ji a nftfttfM tU f;rMi oldnUU' fcf Main?, n of iriohst iattftritj and strong itir and will undoubtedly Drove M UI 'ffJO VVBHUUHMO - BSMWU B mm kl the government and hie friend. iaa iiunuiaivi mm ubd u& naaauuaa ml moat attractive daughter. .... v...-- t- .... T)u. scooola. continued In Poaadena, f WAt.lM.MM Tl ft ..kn. irruJuatrd two yeara ago. Bbe In .-!-!. .. hkl.nl ....

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. — 29 April 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE. WEDNESDAY, APR" 20, ' PAOE SIX City News in Brief i 31 3 m 5 ifcfcftfck)kfcfcllftfcftfclU (Vrom TlmrtiliM 's It.illv) Poland ViHltor. O. V. Arthur, of Poland, it here dm . Ijtlhilll'HM. ' Winslow Visitor. "i W. I'. Deary, df Witiolim-, is visiting u the eity. -A Trorcwloiul Vldlt. ' Dr. .Swelnani, of Poland, is here mi ix profrHHiini.il isit. Htm From Parker. "W. M. Miirtin, of I'.uker, I enjoy ing u short v.-nntion here. Back Prom tlio Coast. John Lawlcr Itiis letunifd from mi '.jf tendi'd visit on tin- eoant. Maxton Visitors. Mr. and Mr. II .1. Theurer, of Mux rin, mo visiting in tin1 eity. JBallwhttkor Visitor. Henry Hmitli is in tin1 city from tin Tliullwlincker mine on a short business whit. BwJb rrom Phoenix. 3Ir. and Mm, I'. P. Cruiee nrrlved TvmK yesterday from n Hiiort visit in HOw Prom Phoenix. W. J. Ferris, of Phoenix, arrived 14in yesterday afternoon oil a short I'hb&nos visit. SCiikland Merchant Here. X. M. Knrnhart, the Kirklnml rinrr rchkb't, ...

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. — 29 April 1908

WEK.T JOURNAL-MINRR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1008. TAOE SEVKN ILVERNAIL GETS 1 YEAR URY SAYS E WROTE LETTERS ROMP STEM COT OUT Of DILL OF FURL ie une winch tirred Flagstaff Society (Special to the Journal-Miner) LAUSTAFP, wrlr.., April 24. laty minutes after the en ho was sub- jrJ after a hearing lasting five f, tho jury In tho cao of C. P. truall, charged with criminal libel, Iraid a verdict of guilty. An hour , Silverunll wan sentenced to serve year In the Territorial penlteati- lb j- Judge Hlonn. Notice of appeal :t supreme court wan filed. Silver wan then roleuscd on bonds pond- Itbv deciHlon of the supremo court. ilrcrnail was convicted of writing mis and obsccuo letters to a num- I of women of flood reputation in Iiauis, under the non de plume of tty Harvey House." Over eighty rs were written. Tho letter re- jeJ, with the exception of one, were in Chicago. Minn Irene John- the beautiful and accomplished khtcr of Mr. and Mm. Joseph John wan tho Hiibjcct of n number of missives. Hh...

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. — 29 April 1908

' ' . f' '', ' . .. TAOE CIOIIT 1 I city News 1 ....in ii icl I i H h K i W K W H h K h h iKi-im Hill.. till lMy) ' TiifHon Visitor. W. It. I'lirrrll, 'it ! ill . IS IllTI' nil i Hhort isil '.visIMiiK HIn Family. J. M Muipnv is in tin oily from his ttiiighfnnton fiti hi? visiting ft 1m family. Wool Grower VlnltK. II. .1. Orny, llic Jerome Junction wool Kroner, ih hire mi ;i sliml Inisim-is vlilt. tVI-dtcd Horn Yesterday. I.. .M. folwell, tin Willow (!ri'i'k farm t , WM here yesteidny on u biislnoiH ViHit. Icn: On IIuhIiicm, .M. .1. 1 1 it f lo r;i n it in tin- pity from mining riuiii in tin- Ornmii Cieek ivtiun on business, Tin From His Ml unit. I'm tik Jackson, printer null news i,ipcr innn, In in the city from hi Wines in tin- Copper Itnshi district, litl Tor Texan. JJrs. '. W. Moore was nn outgoing fliirviongcr yesterday :ifliriionn for Nustin, Toxus, nil u visit lo relatives. 'JPrttaburg Vlslto. Mr. nml Mrs. (Jenrge Oak man arrived rurv Inst nlght'frdm Pittsburg, Pn. Mr. lHKnmn ...

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