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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 8 January 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1913. 5 Ute Social Mirror (From Sunday's Daily.) Human nature loves to hang on to old traditions and customs, to talk about them, to dream over them, to take them once in a -while from the mothballs and lavender and rever ently smooth them out rarely in these progressive days to practice them. That would be bad business. Once a year, when by an arbitrary division of time made for general convenience we say one year ends and another begins, sentimentalists start to indulge again in the dang erous pastime of making New Year resolutions. Dangerous, because every falling from grace means a weakening of the will power. A New Year resolution is a chunk of gold suspended by a thread of goss amer over a bottomless pit. As soon as the wind whistles the thread breaks and the golden weight is seen no more. The resolute don't need to make resolutions, the weak minded are never strengthened by them. A New Year resolution alt ers a man no more t...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 8 January 1913

6 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1913. SHARPENING UP E I n A N THEIR TOMAHAWKS Bourbon Factions Engaged in Hot Fight for Control of Special Session Of Legislature, L GIVE SERIES OF TO RECITALS The coming session of the legisla ture of the state of Arizona finds the democratic party which was such a powerful and relentless majority in the regular and special sessions, more noticeably divided than it has been since the present administra tion was elected. It is a well known fact that there are progressive de mocrats and reactionary democrats, each opposing what the other want mainly because the suggestion whether remedial in its nature or otherwise comes from the other side. Harmony is a sweet tune when easily played on the fiddle of one string, but the ability to obtain har mony from a harp of a thousand strings has not yet been achieved "by the followers of the great god Demos. The oft announced demo cratic doctrine of "vox populi vox dei" does not apply unless ...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 8 January 1913

WEEKLY JOT WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1913. Arizona State News. PHOENIX. Will Use Pumped Water. Satisfied, now, apparently with government pumped water for their lands, the Indians of the Gila River reservations have requested the re clamation service through Mr. Thackeray, agent at Sacaton, to complete immediately the project which was left unfinished last spring. Director Newell of the United States reclamation service left yesterday for Sacaton to look over the ground, taking with him Engineer R. E. Pcabody of the Salt River valley force, who will examine the work and report an estimate on the completion of the project. The work now done includes seven pumps, finished, a well, canal and some laterals extending from the canal to the land lines of the In dians. The fact the Indians are asking for the pump project does not ne cessarily mean they have given up hope of getting the San Carlos dam and reservoir. They still hope for that with a tenacious hope; but they also see the ne...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 8 January 1913

8 WBMO.Y JOURNAL-MINER, Wl NG, JANUARY 8, 1913. I uiy mm It B BSC ....111 DI'ICI s (From Sunday's Daily.) Official Business. John C. McNulty, with the for estry service on Groom Creek was a visitor yesterday to the city on official matters. To the Mines. F. J. Stein, of Flagstaff, is in the citv en route to Ins mines near Kirkland, where he will establish a camp and begin development, Business Trip. Fred Back, well known in live stock circles of the Verde Valley country, was an arrival yesterday on business, and is at the Prescott hotel. Valley Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Fain and Mrs. V. II. Dickinson, of the Verde Valley, are in the city visiting with friends, making the trip in an auto mobile. On Business. Mrs. John Wilkins, who is con ducting the mercantile business of her late husband at Humboldt, was in the city yesterday and at the Prescott hotel. From the Range. J. E. Rudy was a brief business visitor to the city yesterday from Skull Valley, reporting cattle and range i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 15 January 1913

Weekly Journal- Miner PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY HORNING, JANUARY Iff, 1913. FORTY-NINTH YEAR. SENATE STRIPS ' OFF JUDGE ARCHIBALD Federal Jurist is Found Guilty Five of the Thirteen Counts Against Him. By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, Jan. 13 Robert VY. Archbald 'of Scranton, Pi, for 29 years a jurist was adjudged guil ty by the United States Senate of "high crimes and misdemeanors" Stripped of his office and forever disqualified from holding positions of public honor and trust. Upon five of the thirteen charges trought against him by the House, Archbald was found guilty. On the other eight he was found not guilty. A majority of the Senate in some cases was against him but failed of the two-thirds necessary for con viction. Any one of the five indict ments of guilty was enough to "bring about the punishment impos ed. The vote on the first charge, in fluencing corruptly the officials of the Erie railroad to sell him the "Katydid culm dump, resulted in his...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 15 January 1913

2 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1913. BUDGET OF NEWS INCREASED POWER SHATTERED MIND WEEK'S GUESTS GENERAL REVIVAL EHRENBERG IS A FROM STATE FOR CLIMAX AND BODY YIELD AT THE HOT OF MINING IN LIVELY PLACE CAPITAL MINE TD DISEASE SPRINGS CHERRY RIGHT NOW Electors to Meet Monday And Certify Election Returns News Bureau of the Journal-Miner, Room 203, N. B. A. Bldg. PHOENIX, Jan. 9. In Superior Court this morning Judge Phillips issued an order requiring State Au ditor Callaghan to make answer on or before the 20th day of January, in the now famous State Automobile Mandamum suit. On Monday, January 13th, the presidential electors will meet in the Supreme Court Chamber and certi fy the Arizona election returns. That same night W. T. Webb, one of the electors will leave for Washington, D. C, with a copy of the certifi cate. Governor Hunt today recognized a request from the Governor of Ne vada for the extradition of Riley Woten, an escaped convict from the Nevada State...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 15 January 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1913. Hi FAVORS NEW TAXATION SCHEME Makes Many Recommendations in Its Annual Report Submitted To Governor Hunt News Bureau of the Journal-Miner, Room 203, N. B. A. Bldg. PHOENIX, Jan. 8. The State Tax Commission filed its first re port -with Governor Hunt today. The report is for the period between May 18th and December 31st, 1912. It not only reviews the work ac complished by the Commission but also outlines the anticipated accom plishments. It gives to the public for the first time, the history of lhe mining conference held in Phoe nix on October 28th and attended by the Tax Commission, a limited representation of county assessors and supervisors and twenty of the leading mining men of the state. An Instructive Conference. The report also includes the re port of Commissioner Zander who attended as a delegate from Arizona, the Sixth National Conference on "State and local taxation held at Des Moines in the early part of September...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 15 January 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY IS, 1913. JODR 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, Managing Editor P. R. MILNES, Editor TERMS: : isily, per year ' $9- ily, per month 75 Weekly, per year 2.50 Weekly, six months :. : 1.50 Weekly, three months .' i-oo Payable in Advance. jBatered at Postoffice, Prescott, Ariz., as second-class .mail matter VaSer the requirements of tie new postal law, subscriptions are payable la advance b nrAfr ht Ka Mnr mar be. permitted to doss tbrouch the mailt as seecad- matter. Aceoramgiy, suoscnpuons er marked with one or more stars tUee. paid for or agreed to be paid for. THE PHANTON OF SUCCESS. It is undeniable that the tendency of this age is to look with a certain efcgree of contempt on the man who his not scored a reasonable success ia a material way. The reason is tfeat nearly everyone is striving fo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 15 January 1913

WEBKXY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY HORNING, JANUARY 15, 1913. jJte S ocra (Xiom Sunday's Daily.) "Just at first," said one of our popular young society menr "I was greatly opposed to suffrage, but when a delightful western girl, with an irrestible smile, pinned a "Votes for Women" badge into the lapel of by coat, I became the proudest backslider the world has ever known. But if some stern-faced Amazon had flung a hatchet at my anti-suffragist head, I would have gone through endless torture rather than confess such a woman was ft to help form government." But in the fight for the ballot there was no violence and little if any friction. The settlement of this vexed ques tion never in any other part of the world slid down such smooth and well-oiled tracks. Our sisters, over' seas, should study the ways of the Western girl, if they hope to obtain success. By eliminating friction and prejudice from their appeal they captured the .inherent . galfantry in the. hearts., of their brothers, hus ...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 15 January 1913

SUDDEN AND SAD WAS BIS DEATH W E. Harris Plunges Into Well, Drop ping Over Hundred Feet And Breaking His Back, ORANGE SHOW TO ROAD EXPERT BE HELD JUST ON LECTURING THE SAME TOUR IS Arizona State News, Growers to Make Exhib- Being Accompanied Over its Despite Adverse State by Malcolm Weather (From Saturday's Daily.) Sad and sudden was the death of W. E. Harris, which occurred at his ranch, about one mile southeast of Yeager siding- on the P. & E. railroad, under unusual circumstanc es j'esterday afternoon. The deceased was at, .work on his well a short distance from the house,, when without any warning in dication that he was ill, he plunged into the opening and fell to the bottom for a distance of about 150 feet into water that was eighteen feet deep. Three hours later the body was recovered, and an exami nation showed his backbone to have been broken as he came in contact with the timbers below. At the time a hired man was near by on the surface, but was unable to render any as...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 15 January 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1913. IMPORTANT DEAL FINALLY CLOSED Immense Acreage Taken Over by the Hays Cattle Company Final negotiations between the Hays Cattle Company of California and several land and cattle owners of Peeples Valley, were concluded in this city yesterday, involving one of the largest transactions of its character that has ever taken place in this county, the purchase price reaching close to $100,000 it is re ported. The corporation took over some time ago the holdings of the five Akard brothers, embracing about 850 acres of land and several run dred head of cattle. Following that deal H. L. Jaycox, Bishop & De Armond and Charles C. Evans dis posed of their interests in the same locality, which aggregate over 1,000 acres and live stock running into several hundred head, all deeds be ing filed for record yesterday. Associated with the transaction it is reported the Hays syndicate has outlined a very large plan of improvement to be given...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 15 January 1913

8 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 15, 1913: COPPER BASIN IS AN ACTIVE DISTRICT adjoining the Sanders trronnd. Thev i j f . .1 uvc uunc consiaerame work ana milled some ore in a small mill north of Skull Valley station. Their property is well located and worthy jr nf ilnralnnm.nt It ...I.. ..If ui.iwwiiiiii.ih il me vdiu arc SLS-l a represented. These two pioneers de- serve to get something for their ground as they have held it for twenty years, ; Cfiy News ....in Brief Showing Made at the Commercial Is The Inducement for Much Development Work. Tim T? ft c r-a! I A L.i.l . ... c t . . the main line of the Santa Fe on iia an ciguiy iuu buait witn me i u.: r , , , k(. ,11 : u: is.. "'i cciw a iui nun 1 1 v & i . .1 1 1 f i r;ii i i f- i irniri i . . .. . ' . rr tto Lind, br., has returned to silver, copper, lead and zinc He , t . f-1 m...t, .1.. t.-l",v- alltl V""K aMCMiuciu v..., tiiui.ii uiuktu uci llic result:, I i r - of recent development. k. .n.. gfUP f m 1,6...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 22 January 1913

Weekly Journal-Miner PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1913. FORTY-NINTH YEAR. CURDS INDUSTRY IN GRAVE DU To Abolish Inaugural Ball at Wilsons Request Democrats as Part of Tariff Revision Scheme Figure on Taking Off Pro tection From Oranges and Lemons. 1 Southern California Growers Appear Before Committee to Enter Protest By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, Jan. 20. Free lemons or at least a fifty percent cut in the present duty to one and one half cents a pound assumed shape today as part of the Demo cratic tariff revision policy. Most of the testimony before the 'Committee on 'ways and means at three sessions today and tonight while on the general subject of the agricultural schedule bore on citrus products, an industry that represents .a two hundred million dollar invest ment on the Pacific Coast. The Citrus Protective League of California, comprising the growers and shippers of oranges and lemons, and the Fruit Growers' Exchange which Repre...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 22 January 1913

2 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, WI3. TOlRECEIVES NEWS DEPTH IN THE NEW OIL WELL OF MOTHER'S LONG SICKNESSiMOSTLY PROBATE SPARROW PLAGUE IS FOLLOWED BUSINESS IN DESCENDS ON BY DEATH COURT NEW YORK EATH CAME RELIEVE HER SUFFERINGS DEATH (From Saturdav's Daily.) In a telegram received yesterday by Joe Drew from Robert Colwell at Bakersfield, Cal., the sad news is given of the death of the latter's wife after a lingering illness, due to an operation performed some time ago. Mrs. Colwell was an estimable and lovable woman, and was born in this county. She was the daughter of the late Walter Cook, and for many years resided in Williamson Valley, and this city. She was very much endeared to many, and her loss will occasion expressions of deep regret among scores of friends and acquaintances. Her only known relative in this section is Mrs. Jos eph Marlowe, of Williamson Valley, an aunt, who visited her last fall. With the bereaved husband, two sons and a daughter arc ...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 22 January 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1913. 3 BADE AU REVOIR TO GOOD FRIEND (From "Wednesday' Dally.) A. W. Edwards, past-president and ardent worker for the past twelve years for the prestige and up-building of the famed Yavapai Club, re ceived a fitting ovation last night in the dining hall of the Club, on the eve of his departure for Cali fornia, where lie will engage in business. The dinner evidently was a sur prise to Mr. Edwards, who seemed overcome as he walked in with Pre sident Doyle and found fifty of his friends assembled in his honor. The presentation of a handsome gold timepiece, at the close of the funo tion gave further proof that the en tertainment was carried out with rare strategy. During the repast the "rough neck" choir rendered sedate and timely numbers, not forgetting to refer to the fact that the Prescott Y. M. C. A. membership was well represented among those present. Supervisor Harry Heap was ring master for the "rough-necks" and their soulful...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 22 January 1913

4 Weekly journal-miner, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1913. 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, Managing Editor P. R. MILNES, Editor TERMS: ttaily, per year Duly, per month Weekly, per year Weekly, six months YI7VV1tt Vimm mnntri's - Payable in Entered at Postoffice, Prescott, Under the requirements of the new postal law. subacrlptlooa are payable la adrance to order that the paper may be permitted to pass through the malls as second cUaTmatter. AeoordmW. subscriptions will be stopped at expiration. AU read ng SneT marked with one or more stars () slgmlnes that the same Is advertising vial fn-r nr nmvil to bA rtald .f 01". . 1 1 Itwi fui - n CHINA SHOULD BE RECOG NIZED. Practical and sentimental reasons call for the earlv recognition of the Chinese Republic by the United States. In the first year of its ex istence the new republic has given i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 22 January 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1913. 5 cIhe Social Mirror (from Sunday's Daily.) Any man who, by sound thinking and hard work, develops and carries on a productive industry, and by his good judgement makes that industry both profitable and stable, confers an immense benefit on society. Charles W. Elliot. t A course in how to become good wives has been added to the curri culum at the Kansas state agri cultural college, at Manhattan, says an Eastern newspaper. Nearly 1000 girls and young women have been enrolled as pupils. Teachers in this institution, who were responsible for the course of cooking being added to the curriculm, think this innova tion eventually will be adopted in every school or college in the land where girls are educated. Hun dred of girls are expected to wed - soon after their graduation. They will then have been trained as good cooks, the faculty believes. One of the requirments of the course is that each division of four girls shall, on an "...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 22 January 1913

R, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1913. AGAIN AT HEAD OF TAX LEAGUE Assessor Campbell Honored by Conven tion At Yuma New System Of Taxation Recommended (From Saturday's Daily.) T. E. Campbell, who has returned after attending a meeting of the Arizona Assessors Association, at Yuma, of which body he is the pre sident, stated yesterday that prac tically all of the four days session was occupied in discussing future mine taxation, and in which the state tax commission participated. A bill was framed by the execu tive committee and will be present ed to the legislature in February. It embraces many recommendations for consideration on questions of property valuations in the different classifications. A basis of imposing a 100 per cent valuation on all class es, instead of a 50 per cent valuation as has heretofore prevailed, is 're commended by the association. Like wise was it decided that the annual budgets raised by direct taxation can only be increased 10 per cent over the former yea...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 22 January 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1913. 7 City News ....III DI ICI (From Thursday's Daily.) Returns Home. Mrs. S. B. McAuley, who has been visiting with her mother, Mrs. T. H McCarthy, of McCabe, for several days, passed through the city yesterday en route home. From the Mines. Harry Hollingshead, of Walker, en gaged in mining, is in the city on a business trip "and reports that field as producing steadily and heavily, the leaser being the mainspring of that district. Entertaining Mother. Mrs. James Carroll, of Boulder, Colorado, arrived yesterday and -will remain for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Clay McKay, of Mayer, the latter meeting her in the city. Visiting Friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sherer, the former identified with valuable mines in Copper Basin, which adjoin the Commercial, are visiting with friends in the city and are at the Prescott Hotel for a few days. Valley Visitors. Charles Evans and L. J. Hasefeld, of Kirkland Valley, were arrivals ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 29 January 1913

Weekly Journal-Miner PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY HORNING, JANUARY 29, 1913. FORTY-NINTH YEAR. PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA, WIDOW OF WAR ENEMY COMES Mrs. Longstreet Offers to Raise Money So That General Sickles Can Pay His Debts. By Associated tress. NEW YORK, Jan. 27. Mrs. Hel n D. Longstreet, widow of the fam 'ous Confederate general, came to 'the aid of her husband's civil war foe, General Daniel E. Sickles to day with an offer to raise the mon ey and pay the alleged debt to the State of New York among the "rag ged and maimed followers of Lee." Sheriff Harburger, who arrested Sickles in a civil suit brought by the state to recover the money also indited a letter to many of the rich est men in New York asking them to aid the aged veteran. The sheriff dealt gently with the prisoner. Instead of serving the or der of arrest this morning, he wait ed until Sickles lawyer arranged with a surety company for a $30,' 000 bond for the veteran's freedom. He then went to the general's house. -"W...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
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