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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 20 May 1908

V WEEKLY JQURNAL-MINER . .WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1008 rAOB nvc .in Sunday's Dully.) most tiuccessful society uf this week was tho flvn lain given l)y Mrs. Anthuny A. fit I I til t.. ... i Mrs. .1 oil It AT. Aitknn n Ilia .... mi drove avenue. Wnilnm. .. mil. Aflftr till, Mervifwr .if . ... ..I. ..uiitnmi In. till, init.uta t.H ..... hit ' ' i v. . .1 ..If.iinir thn over ffmf.imif im . ..f flvn llllllilreil. At thn i.lfiui. if .fnfii jiiii Mm. Ithincliurt. nf Pim. 9 . if, veil II Hilvor lllc.kle fork fur Lj)i -ore, nuil Mm. C. A. 1'etrr ...I it vnrv tiri'ttv tvlitto nti.l ....1.1 . ....1 i,nir Inr hnv nir itthtl.i tit. . .I...MU Thill,!, ltl ifil'tlif llin nflnv. ., frn -f 'If U..1.lnun M.. y, WVivcr, Mrs. K. C. Ithlnchnrt, V h Rhodes, of Phoonlx, Mrs. ,t peter, Mm. W. H. TlmcrbotY, Mrs. JI. Meek, Mfi Frances L. Wright, i. ii ui.... vf ... I, xr t . ,1, ti imun. mm. j. ii. uurrrv, . i '..it. t r i t ....... , K, Wright, Mm. IT. C. Hcrndon, ..i i ..... r i it f w. ..iiiiuii ijctjt, in in....

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. — 20 May 1908

TAOU SIX WEEKLY JOURNALMIfJER WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1908 a'noHI'KOTlVE RICH CAMP IN It LACK ItOCK DI8T. I'r'tn Vilii''Ml.t) ),illy Wan-re fMllicrt Ml at ion in I lie Itlmk tlv iti-ii,.' Inline il stood, now pro in devtlirp linn mil' ir tin' rirli vM. mioknt; camp In tin- Itlm-h K.h-Ic ltlWt. .H-oiinliiiK tu tin- statement nf t. S. Vw, who here yesterday on !ttitrM; luixiiii Ms. 'n property I Mow nviJ hv tin tiol.liii Stale Mining mill l!Bftltg i mi)Miiy of which Mr. Wrrn in jj;i-irn1 nut linger, A Hit ptirciinsiitg I In1 -tii.iiiii some iiiniitlio ago, Mr. Wren tiiim found tlillt one r ttii' n i int pro uiirr Jige In till' entire dislriet juwil through t;rtiti(l ril by some ml the turililing. lie started develop piwirt on n "itiiill Willi- and soon liml n :irli.v1 n( nrc iiiini'il which ni'tti'il him ai inmliiiiiii' profit lit tin- I'll l'no sulci itv aflrr t rr it-jiti t ,'i t inn. ti'iliii'tinii till. I miiiunc ermines wcie paid. After re I'trijti; tlir -h"iiiiii'iil returns tit- add...

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. — 20 May 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1908 PAOE SEVEN CONVICTED OF STOLE CLOTH MID A THEN TIIRNFfl STEALING E 1 l 1 I ii. i r Hiiturdny's Dully) tiiiin five iniinituH tk'lib ulay tlio jury In tlio cnse e, indicted oil n rami ,-1 , relumed u verdict of district court. I a liorso ami saddle at ibles, July 1", Hu)-, ami i llo rodo tlio animal Hu ra part of tin; tcrri ugn part of Xow Moxl I iiita, Colorado, whore lit .e equine, which was not I rye wax nrresto'd in hit nouths after leaving hero, before Ills arrest lie noli! t u second hand store la . proprietor of which Men,, it the person who sold Lie ii Sheriff Lowry arrived iiig him hero a prisoner, lentinod by W. D. llaker, it Fashion stables, and the i i n i ... r t i i,i aorso iiiiii sniiuie, nun ny .- . rill' MeDniioiill nf C!,iirinltui ; whoso stock camp Fyro . w.'u the Holen liorso nud Had ji i iving here. - !.. I.!.. I. I. v i'n in inn nmi iM'inui r rye i . . i ... . ii .1 i-,r niiviinr in ,Tiiffii l 'r liere n nrisoner liv S...

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. — 20 May 1908

J-AUiJ KIGIIT WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINKS WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1008 PITH (PRIMROSE IK ROSS TO JAIL . if .in Tii'felny'ii Dally Wfcwi .t It r. o. traveling mile fffcr JU" ' iri'iiliitlnii lfm rt ittti t nf tflfir fw .fiel'-: Times, ffll 'neuth the ifcttnlwhm.iit of fair Flotencc Hrittt, ,iMAf Jif iilnl dove residing in the fni;'il- troit sirttoii of ltd' city, In1 Sltnl iij fiir himself n bunch of woe rrliicli sIhmM r, valuable lessnii "iir fata in tlie future. yw-" who ) ii married mini ami 1 VltKf, n)rriid in I'resentt ;i week itf I niiaiilAV Ills object was to sceure sub-.-iifriEY' fur llio Los Angeles Times, fsh, jjiilgiui' '' ttJ t n f 1 actions. Mo t8 i'rroll .h "(iny Whito Way" vair.'.t . if .picstlounhlc fiijoy metit1 ruirl ftntslJj found by Ii Itonedict 's fire Miib. .Ml if which laiiilcil Hnss hi'iiitul ih Inr. uml Inter before t Itu police ni n rim rye nf using profane ail'l satAtKffl l.uiguagc in tin1 presence of Xibtc nfcartner, Florence. Zlu. rnUre slury of Ross's ilonu-iti'j j-...

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. — 27 May 1908

EEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 27, 1908. PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. FORTY-FIFTH TEAR. ANY PERISH IN FLOODS LOWER HOUSE GETS BUSY TTAGKS THE PENITENTIARY LOOMS OF HOMES IC RYANIUARRVTHAUf WASHED urn ni M ould Have fcscaped With a Fine HaJ He Not Made Break Yesterday (lYom Tuevday'a Dally) M:ul lbert Hyan, Iho sec.rctury of Ihr Jerome Miners' Union, not'inndo tho outbreak in court 'of which he whh uUty last Saturday, he might today have been n free mnn, punished for 'lit H'auUIng anfynnk Banc, jrfmottofir mining man in thi' copjir''ciiy with n fhtol, with n fine. Now Jm will have to servo one year in the penitentiary it Yuma, unless the supremo rourt, to hih he h:iK taken an appeal, overrules lhf findings of the district court. Ity- in is out on 42.piOO bonds, incrensed from after he wan sentenced. I' wan Judge Sloan's intention, as i' stated in hi remnrks before pass ing smtciieo yesterday, to have inllii.t I wl a flue, hu...

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. — 27 May 1908

PAQE TWO WEEKLY JOURNAL MINER WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1008. I OTHER ODD BALL GREAT SOCIAL Hundreds Of Maskers Make Merry At LO-O-F, Hall BY RUTH L. BURKE. (From Haturdny' DmIIv) With till formality Inlil aside, the Mverml hundred guests who attended Ik masked hull given by the I'm tor HU Brotherhood Lodgo No. II3H last at Odd Fellows' J I all, entered ttiik a happy abandon uud jest into Im merrymaking, which characterized "tk evening's entertainment. Much ttinality win manifested ia t ho co 3sa and nil tho various characters M stopicted wore cleverly carried out. Everybody danced with everybody rH' wife- and sweetheart and nobody ttd. Kacn was present with tho in Hation of having u good time and the -formality of introductions wore ncccs fcrily dono uwuy with until after the wauuklng, when men and women sur NaUouly glanced ubout to see with Wkm they had danced. Homo met Urn fiances of total strungcrs, lint in a most purt they lookid to Uud they hud been flirting most out HsjMUsly relativ...

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. — 27 May 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MI HER WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1008. r. roll MEETING PROVOKES A STORM ii Wcdncsrtny's Dally) iinl ofliclal call for u meet Hi publican Territorial Ccn '.( to lio hold at Phoontx Mii.v 22, seems to have pro I I.Vlioon in Phoenix, that i of Arizona polities. Tne ii l by Vice Chairman Hag ih repudiated by Chattmnu i.iincy, according to ilis .(! yesterday by Col. Wm I presided over the histor ronvciitlon. ted rends: r iiK-ntliiK of territorial ecu . lee at Phoenix by Unroll Miority. 'lenney, chairman I lie action of Hnggott." 1 rnal Miner does not profos object of the meeting oth ppcur.s upon tno surface in i all, but 11 in staled Hut Tinnry repeatedly refi 1 ' to eall Mich a meeting, ii is twiii tlmt a re(picit , I' signatures of three-fourths tubers of tho territorial coin im made upon Vice Chairman i iinl lin ttnnnAoil iUAA .. '.,ti2 'i'"'0 customary in slmllnnv n I bodies. Tbf t pulillcan territorial committee torn, mm! of equal representation vn' ii county, nml if it be t...

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. — 27 May 1908

- a.-..','": paoe rous WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1008. THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864. Published By THI JOURNAL -MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNEt, Kditr aad Maiugtr. TBRlfl: Daily, per year Daily, per month Weekly, per year . 2-5 Wfcekiy, six months 1-5 Weekly, three months 100 Payablt ia Advaact. Mm Journal-Miner will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills arc tat out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time arc Wfently requested to send notice to this office and pay amount due. UNIQ? Catered at the Postoffice, Prescott, THE CRISIS IN THE EAST. Ry rson of Its territorial position te the Pacific region the United States ia otrtain hereafter to notu closely what J going on in Eastern Asia, the most In n) j popuUted part of the world, one with whicn wo hnve largo and ring comme...

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. — 27 May 1908

TOW ' . w. . . . . ; WERKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1008, rAGE FIVE Social Mi I . mi Sunday's Dully.) L wilding of M'"' Marguerite I in Mr. Frank M. urescticr was l-.siZ. J la,,t Hntnrdny evening, nt TriD.tN Episcopal cliurcli, nt i'noc- AriJ"" 'n t,, Presence of u , mirrbcr of friends of the couple. cri-minv was performed by tup j At wood. The church decor- ., rtv "ost beautiful in effi'Ct. tth jI white roses and trailing L wire used throughout the fill- first in the bridal procession Ltbe two Httlo flower girls, 'Kdlth L, n Mstcr of tho bride and Dor- Heighten, n niece of the bride. , flirt llllinpa 4lln Maiim .jtoa James,, Hoy N. Davidson, ifj I.rland and Orleans Longacre, V'tit in train wore Miss Grace UinJ Miss Bhlrloy Miner and Miss Jt!op, and then followed the t honor, Miss Helen Ely. The LV bride was Exquisitely gowned liiito chiffon ovor white silk. Mr. I p. Ilarnhnrt, of Prescott, attended I rrgom a9 best man. After the -i ceremony a large reception was lit the ho...

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. — 27 May 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1TO8. IAOE SIX mm iter RED OF HIS JOB (I I. i I I nllit ' ll.lil .) At ii.tfii! 's ! . inert inn f the i y . xin. il tin mmtrr of the pe tition Hiking that body t. remove Dr. Man's "."nsiuw-tunir" to pol"1 ,M jroad th ity limit wn made the or enaion fr cveriil 5rit ! uprpchr, nnt the Snt biting nnd pointed of Wklen tti Mayor (inblwiitcr' iHwr tat Ion on " Neighborhood Qunrrcls." When !u question nf noting upon Uto Ptlti n ranif up ludjje Andrew, rtjirrxrotinjt the ptit i-nt . presented bin clients' ide of tin cao. Itefnre lie kail fmily Mnrtcd with Ms iwphun tinn, Mayor ("oldwuter, Utliiny oxeop lion to -torn reniurk undo, declared boutedly tlnit tln mayor and council IIH'II Wi'W ;lot elected to sittle whnt ho terniod neignbnrliood iiua-rel. "For tluee yctir.s :iud it half I and my fellow counrilmcn Irtve been made tho rcripi nts of more confidences re tutling neighborhood d'spules than ihuhIIv fall to tin lot of a court ,"judj;c,v' hi' faid. ...

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. — 27 May 1908

I". THftT ecommends That Sloan And Smith Be Seated At Chicago 30KNIX, Ariz., Mny 22. The Re jeia Territorial Committee today mJ the Klbbcy delegates to the sail Convention. The committee .1 . 1 - t I m A a tne pariors oi mo torn iiowu, 13:30, Vico Chairman Haggott pre . .T. 0. IIeld. of Mnrirnnn. wna ..I limtiArirv ajinrrttnrtt A linn P I . Cmtri flMIT T V Hlnt-nlnn,! Graham, and .T. C. Reed, were ap . I - ......tit.. ... . .1 !.. I... . .W. . .1 . llil. I I I . . .V. ,....!... 4. .4.. 4 n 'J T- 1.1 ...t- -t 11.. 4 !4 -t .. 1 . . .!wt Tlin .... ..4 MA. ....... .1. 1... 1..1 V. .!.. - 41.. ;.i.- 41.........1. .1...41. .1... 4 . tiled. tie afternoon session, Allen T. ,A U-inin Prn V H PlnrU of mm. dm. Ohrlstv of Maricotiu. V. liur, of Marlcopu, and H. II. Don i. . .... . ... i .. III 1 U41144. UU Utll .1 I I 111' iiii . l ......... . . i : . .1111. l 1 . . 1 1 mi... - . . 4 . I .!...!.. .. . .. . HFIfltril. .t.u ttijiuuM.au 4171 ..1 1. ...... I lnii.lM.. f Llonn ti . 1 1. mi.. 4 . 1 T...

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. — 27 May 1908

3'AQS KIOHT WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1008. it! 1 1 . A : PRESCOTTTO RIVAL COLORADO SPRINGS isitors Spealc In Glowing Terms Of Tlic City s Splendid Future At The Banquet At The I avapai Club Last Evening. ( I'iihm Tuesday UY ItUTII L. BURKE. fifty or more nf the progiessive 1 -limm men of Pin-citt, with a number f distinguished visltoM, met at ii Inn (B4 and after meeting lat night tit Vhn Yiiviipni 'lull In listen t ii ropn-i Titn lh iumttilt If on the nrgutiixi i'liKi of ii Trade ami Mining Hiirenu. Um Mnwn ttowi wiii chairman of tli ' trnfsMlng ami although Dennis Hurke, ikvinnnu of the committee, was unable Ho If. present ami give his report, tiio wning was passed in a delightful vnuinvr, with several cry interesting tjvrlifs from visitor1 ami nioiubers jt vm as featured. Dr. A. S. Hulll.'lil if l,ns Angeles .mil lVmnerly a trailing physician of Plinc ixiy, ivne tin1 llrst speaker eujied upon unA ki on "Present! an n llosnrt." "1 dgsuv to stati' a hypothetical iii"...

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 June 1908

nr. "-f MM sin? WEEKLY ARIZONA I0URNAL- MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1908. FORTY-FIFTH YEAR. ROOSEVELT TO TAKE THE STUMP FOR TAFT o - PR F S 1 11 F NT ignity of Office Not To Interfere With ' Loyalty To Taft BY HENRY K. LAMBIE. Special to the Journal-Miner. WASHINGTON, Juno l.-Whllo no hjfliclal statement on the subject iias ! been given out, the information comes from trustworthy sources Hint Presi dent Hpnsovclt has decided to make two or thren campaign speeches, in the, event that Beerotary Taft Ik nom inated for President by. thp convention at Chicago. Thnro "has been no decis ion, of course, as to tho timo nnd plnco . of these speeches, but it Is understood lo bo the President's desire thnt at 'lenst one of them should be delivered in New York. There is n twofold reason why the President would prefer to spenk In New York. One, of course, Is that .1 ,ls his own state, and while It is tru New York is the cen...

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 June 1908

PAGE TWO WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1008 IDE VALLEY THElDEWET DEVELOPING PARADISE OF NO. ARIZONA Mining Development Opening Fine Market For Products "Verde valley is the paradie of northern Ari.i.nn," said T. N. Child- ers, who arrived iiotrtt yesterday from bunincMi visit in the eastern part of thu county to a .lournnl-Mliier r1iir"r Utlve. "People there arc Kcnernlly ,itnt d and happy nnd no roinpltiin Is h'-nnl about hard timet," ho said. "That the products of tho valley llml an easy market at Rood prices, is evidenced from the fact that there is no hay lliero now for sale. The entire pro duct of last yonr was disposed of nt a handvtmn profit in Jerome ami the min ing camp of tnr Illuck Hill1 range and the Jlltf Hutf district. I .ant year s fruit crop was sold on trri'H at a u;ood price ami from present prospects tho apple crop will lie butter than ever this ywir. The peach crop docs not promise to In- ns prolilic iw the apple, but the peschet nro of excellent qualit...

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 June 1908

mm. , " v "V J WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 100ft rAlE THREE KANCHISE in danger IF CARS ARE NOT RUN rant Says Plainly Company Must ISuild New Bridge on Gurley. (From Wednesday's Daily) Whether thr Prcseott Sc Mt. Union Street Hallway Company can refuse, to run It enrs to West Prcscott and still hold its franchise, for tlio turn of that nnrGon of Ourlov rttrrot over which w . . it. 4 . II.. OW couironis wiu iiiiiii.ii:) niiui ui mu trrct railway company. Asked ns to this, President 1. L. A . . . All.. 1 iv I i L- II L niiiLLii in; linn iiirvuiuk: i-u Tho franchise granted Mr. Wright iain language anu prpviucs, among nr n r i 11111 th. i hi l i. unit' 111 ki 111 n niiim . i . i ! r . mmwAmIm .....n... , ntnVn ihrro IrirM da ill. rnCh W.1V. hall ho nin over this mite of track, and Hint inllurp 10 operate enrs over nam iiiii in um ... .ij j"'"ii .... 1 m l i . or. rnr a ncrioii oi unrcy nay? mier 1 ! . 1.1 4. .1. 1. .. At.. licm riMjlH'nllMi iu in- mi mi' iihijiii. upon author...

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 June 1908

K 4 i?AdE FOUR WI'.EKLY JOURNAL MlNETt WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1008 TH ARIZONA JOURNAL- MINER tMest Paper in Arizona. Established March y, 1864. Published by JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. 'ublished Every Morning Except Monday. W. MILNE, Editor and Maaagcr. TVDU9. . Daily, per yearm ty.oo Oiily, pet inonim. . 75 Weekly, per yearm ' 2.50 Wttkly, six "tontm. 1.50 Weekly, three mo " " " ' j ' j j j ,,00 Payable in Advaace. YMt Journal-Miner wi7,,t, cnnlimiC(j untU ordered stopped. Hills arc ent out regularly, an, Sllbscrij,t.rs ;ire ,-Cittcstc(l to pay the same promptly Subscribers jJ)( (li.sjrc thr r atop,,c( at any time arc nrr-titly requested to sc(, n(jtjcc (c tJlig officc am pay atI)0unt due. entered at the Postofficc, !'r.scottf Ar;Z f as SCCond-class mail matter Edhoriah Comment TKc Dawn of3ctter Days. hi Within a year tin wirs of the A rr.o log power, J.'.OOtf volts to the win . to b radius of fifty mites of the yvwr plant from Camp Verde. Th. c. mpnn.i 1 ...

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 June 1908

. 9 aM-ntm vt,.ii ."4;', v'; ''SW3i WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1008 paou rive 0 Social Mi irror 4 (I'khii Holidays Dully) Mri. .1. ( . Ilcrniltm whs Hid motif for n most enjoyable sewing party on Fri day afternoon, glvlno by Mrs. J. A. Hope at her homo on Kant Hurley street. Those who enjoyed a very pleasant afternoon woro Mrs. J. '. Hern Jon, Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. Thomas 0. Norrls, Mrs. Frances L. Wright, Mm. Wullnco Fairbniik, Mrs. I 'mil Burks, Mrs. Frederick P. Cruico, and Miss Olensoii. Friday evening Hon. Isaac. 'I'. Stud dard nave a very tlfli uli il'itl (Hunt r pipe, will I'll were to lie dressed as ilolli. Miss Dorothy Drake was given a large bnquct of American Meanly roues for tlio best dressed doll. Miss (lild)s' gnosis wore the .Misses Edith Outfield, Louise Draper, Dorothy Drake, Jennie Daggs, l.emyra Wilder, Mnry Frank Carduer, Helen Edwards and Mrs, V. D. Shaw, All illtelostillg meeting of the Pies eott bridge -1 ill was held at the home of Mrs. 'Frances L. W...

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 June 1908

2' AUK SIX WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1008 s OUT Ell PAGIF G fiEIS REVENGE ON i!L - TUCSON. Ailz., May JH. - DclogatoH o Denver A. W. Forbes, Tucson; W. T. Vr.bb, Graham; 0"o. J. Htoncmnii, Oils; .7. P. Dillon, Yavapai; T. A. Rear lon. Coconino; II. A l'ackard, Cochise; Alternates -E. T. Thompson, Mo. have; J. M. Flake, Navajo; W. L. Dn vine, Yuma. TIiom. F. Wccdin, Pima; J. K. VVyntt, Santa Cruz: Milton S. Allium, (Iraliam. National Committeeman. Scllin M. Mithelson, l'liocnlx. TI'fSON, May 2s. The Southern I'ai-ili', tho Copper Queen mill their .tl lil'd interests, lljlll (III lIlMIIIM'IMlic. I'. Ml v ration by tin- Ihrniit today. When tin lelegntes arrived this morning they found ilnTI' MM Uolllillg In in lint to .:iU Hi.' dnle Diiii luiil been kindly jirrjurril In i tneui, and tlini' nl' .'ill In l7'ad'iit t lit ii of mind saw it was us, Itws Jo make a fight against tlir pro Urxni. Trie entire job was framed lli llii.i nomlig at 1:3(1 uVliii'k in the Santa Kitu lint...

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 June 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1008 PAGE BEVEK A n m M M I city News M I in Brier t V I M O'rniii Thursday V Dally) Smelter City Man Here. .1. V. Mien is In the city from Iltnn bllldt. In From McCabc. W. II. MoLood is in thf city from McCabc. Uorc from JuanlU. It. F. Peters ntul wife uii" visiting in till- city from .liimiita, Bcligman Visitors. .1. Sullivan ami M. McDrido, of So lignum, aru visiting in the city. Attorney Returns. Attorney Snnford returned yesterday from nil extended visit in tlie Hast. Returns from Fhocnix. Oran (llenn returiie yesterday after noon from a pleasure1 visit to Phoenix. Here From Phoenix. Frank Wood is u visitor lierc from Phoenix, reentered at thu St. Michael. From Santa Maria. J. D. Shipp, nccompnnlcd by his wife and sou, is in the city from the Santa Muria district. ' Columbia Vlaltor. John Fox nrrived in Uio city yestor day from Columbia ou a combined bus iness and pleasure visit, Coconino Shoepman. Colin Campbell, the Coconino sheep man, ...

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 June 1908

frAlir. EIGHT WEEKLY JOUitNALMINEK ft COUNCIL PETITIONED FOR Over GOO Residents Of Prescott Begin Figlit Against Saloons. ( Trimi Tuesday ' I a ity ) T'U. nn i-ilitiiiii", ngni-d by ill'l , wits referred rtnfiihriiiH if the . Sty. 231 of whom arm wpavra-ntfil ,10 t.upjtvi r, H3 lending UHafi minimi men nml merchnnts. mid HI mn nml :." women, praying thn'. hirr when- liitmr are sold nr lfjp vised :i M I n er.igr In flu- city lm lr-a liny night nt midnight nntl ; ! It in.' r.. How lug morning, .ui-l VmkM i midnight Hntnriln.v night '! Hf .Viv.l until T oVInrk the follow itg Hinilni' morning, Dr. Agnes Mr ICffr- W.iflmi' (ii(nii'it In-fore I hi- fit 'iWHiiiJ Inst night. Tht- M-tttlnns n' innini il in jms an oftlinuMro pr. vMtn for it unity to sell or illpen. lauwaipatrng Ibpmrs during, the tunes tlitawv nairn-d. Areiiitipnnylng tn- p--fckin wan an nrtli-le by (iovi-rniir Folk l iffcwroiri reeltlnr I he benefits St. )tmh Ao., ,1 rived fr.uit Hitndny el.is life iSt WhIUm- w aei-ompanted ...

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