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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 June 1908

"S ' " , EEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL- MINER PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA. ABOR WILL ffl ABUSED, SAYS ierationyyillEndeavor o Prevent Insertion By Republicans Of Plank ASlllNflTON, June S.-lndfgnnnt-it nyinn that tin; American Fcdcrn- nf Labor linn attacked the integrl- If Ihi' courts, state or nntiutiat, Ham ffompi'r.s tonight declared that tin" . Ill il' l.i f rtt. ....-- TMiiiiii will iiriri n iiitiii in l.iuriiim n -- n h New York memorial nuking for Invriion of a plank in the ropubll- lutionnl platform affirming confi ne In tho Integrity of the court, I mating upon tho preservation of Ir independence and fntl conatitu M ptroinHvrs.- - - " lie rxi't'tillvu enmilllftoef fit tni.' Irattna will hold n meeting in Chi- Iwhilr tho republican' nationnl cou pon is in session in thnt city. Gom- will he mi linnd then, as lie as "Wo will assert our rightH, with I .1.... II... l.lt I . . til )" Mill i iiic rupumiciiii jiariv wjii In nisi nslblo to them. 1 believe in tH. Orgnnlzod labor docs; but thnt ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 June 1908

FAOE TWO WEEKLY JOURNAL-MIKEK WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1008 L I SEES DANGER urn tml tflml jmtrloti. 'A wine iiiiin i rri"4iptli "vil itml nlileth hlunelf, Im In' fuiiliHii piim by ami nri puni-Oicd. ' '' i Mi Voting hn Mind Mm- pmitimi ( , l.'iki'r f tin" limine of (In1 'itlifiirtu iegiiliiture, Mini I iiinri" Hutu n riisii.il 'ililerver. .IFRnMF VFRflF Tfl HIK DFIFI (IPMFNTJgheen mountain ehoup'andtheh toioifflf w w i w. . , - - I ..... -rur- nnimnmn IIiiiJ m IU SMUt ; IHt liUNbHtM MIN Believes Japan Is Menace To Pacific Coast (From Saturday' Dully) Nestor A. Voting the tinted mining Miginnc.T of I.oi AngoloH, wns i liter viewed nt tlii II on 1 1 lintel toil.ty ami to tho tii"itioti, What do ynti think of tbo Jitnntloii jiolitii-ftlly anil ntherwue In tho U it I toil .HtntfM todny, ho replied: "I nin a linrn optimist. I lo not lie liovo the pessimist hut any right In this glorious country, lint I do not liko conditions as thry exist at present. fWfl.ihncss instead of patriotism con trol...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 June 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNE8DAY, JUNE 10, 1008 TAIE THREE OW TO BUILD AND USE SPLIT-LOG DRAG ifficc of Public Roads of the United States Department of Agriculture Is sues a Bulletin on This Simple Road Building Device. r m Wednesday's DatlyA tbu latest publications issued Oilier of Public Bonds of the vatcs Department of Agricul is of the split-log drag, nn which numerous , cxpcrl- ae conclusively shown to be ist possible boon to keep carta , ,oth nnd pnssnblo. Because ti. lii'ity. its eMcicncy nnd its I lie llh ' )rn both in construction nnd op Hon, is destined to come more ro. i. into general use. With the jpt j rl v built nnd Its uso well tin jtorl the maintenance of enrth is ones it simple nnd Inexpensive ,t j' present timo there uro np limat.Iy 2,000j000 miles of earth 4 ,. the United Htntcs.. Pome ol m important of these roads will tnt..V ho Improved with stone, kvel, .nd other materials. Many oth- win d !in equally important can be improved on account of lnek f i h r suitable ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 June 1908

PAGE FOUR WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1008 i i 4 1 "1 it THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864. Published By THE JOURNAL -MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNEI, TERMS: 'Oaily, per year 'ily, per month iVackly, per year tVkly, six months Wttkly, three months Payable in 1t Journal-Miner will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills are freat out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same Promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time arc lergeatly requested to send notice CIIMtON Catered at the Postofficc, Prcscott, The Supervisors and Good Roads. The activity of the present Hoard of Supervisor In the cause of good Ta4x has touched a responsive ehord in tne heart of every progrevdvo res ltaat of Yavapai county. Tho movement is most opportuno and bring sat Sffctlon with tho thoughts of redeemed pledge nud thrit thn affairs of the emity nro I...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 June 1908

KSV38 art jlz: sn r r WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1008 rAuB nvn V V The Social Mi (I'rom Butiilny'K Daily) yeincsany uiicrnoou uiu out-going office of St. Mary! guild of the Kin. copal church gave n most enjoyable af ternoon to the newly elected officer, at Camp lleanvoir. When nil had ar rived the officers for the ensuing year were taken out and blind-folded, and then brougnt in and had to step over Imaginary blocks, go up imaginary italrs, 'iheu eaeh had to make the most absurd promises. Mm. (J. K. Meany, the president, was presented with a mallet, and had to promise to bo absent at leant six mouths during hor reign. The vice president, Mrs 0. X. Hoffman, was given a ball bat, and had to promise to 41 look up" to the president. Mrs. Paul Murks wus given a large turkey feather tied with a pink bow of ribbon, with which she is to conduct tno eorrcsjiondcnoe for tho next year. Miss Theresa Fredericks, who was termed the "watch dog of the treasury," wan presented with u l...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 June 1908

VAOE SIX WEEKLY JOUUNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1008 HIGH SCHOOL GRADS GET THEIR DIPLOMAS Large Audience at Exercises of ci ass BY RUTH U'rom fi-iUty D.itly) "Wished with Ini'ir preparations for Pacing and beginning life -the life of the fire.it world nut from the shel'er iiiR protection which their school diys have giwn, fiht young women and wn t'iv1 tlirir iliilotn;iH at the mi. tiujl -onimeiioemeiit exercises of flic Jt'n-rouM High School held hist evening t trt- Elk' tln.it cr, ;im with the e'os- uyj of Jin- week these name young folk will lm- thrir school days behind f,b-m, whiN- nch will fare forth, figu ratively .-.pc-ilting, to gain :i broader hrupwleilge of thr world ami life, lor whtrli during tin' hint fr years thry ISavr leu fitting lhruiscr. TV occasion wax an auspicious one tml while realizing its iuiMirtnnce to ft '.rrtaiu exti'ut it Is ilmilttful it' till' 2?oij men nml womrn fully npprecint mI how great wan the broad vista of bBowlnigr lying before them ami yet to...

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. — 10 June 1908

' - ' rii,iw5.'i-'-- , w. ., ... , , v. , .,, ........ . . t WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1008 PAGE SEVEN i KILLED, 10 INJURED ON BOARD CRUISER TENNESSEE Greatest Heroism Shown By Wounded Survivors in Effort to Save Doomed Comrades THE DEAD. George Wood, water tender, Scran ton, Pn.; K. 0. Hoggs, second class file man, Woodlnwn, Alabama; A. I'ien hold, machinist's mnte, second class, Germany; G. W. Meek, fireman, first class, Skidmore, Kansas. SAN PEDRO, Calif., June o.-A ter riblo accident occurred on board the armed cruiser Tennessee at cloven-eight thia morning. While the ship was steaming nineteen knots on n speed trlnl off Point Huoncmc, Cal., a steam pipe in a starboard cngino room burst under 355 pound pressure, killing four men nnd injuring ten others, all of the men in the compartment at the time. The explosion, tho cnuso of which is unknown, occurred only a few minutes after Admiral Scbrcc, Captain T. U. Howard, nnd Chief Kninccr Robertson left the cuglno room ...

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. — 10 June 1908

FACE IlIGIIT WEHIU.Y JUUaNAL-MIHEh WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1908 City News 5 3 S Of of. 36 in Uriel ft k h ft fc li h ft H ft ft ftft iot- I l. Mil Hnii'liO t ,l 1 1 '"Xrt .Miii .if (iMMiui Creel- ed lirr i-tti.dny M. II. Horns ut HiimhiiMt i-nine mi Inst viiit; Ituiii llir smcllei city. t.rr,v t'litih, the Williamson nllev toiixA rxh'l, in heir nil business. Si 'W. t Mliv wns tt it outgoing p-is-Ki'iipor hist iiilit I'm hit homo In Phno iH. J. I'. Wyiui mill I'. .1. ICiii'Iiiiim1 nrilvrd lioun ut uighl fiuin ii week's stnv lit III Hydraulic, mi lower Lvtr rtk. A. "W. KnIiiiiHiiH iinivi'il liniiii' I ; i v ( night r ii. in ii mouth's visit u'Stli hi I'fWllSlv nil till' COOSt. T. X. Cltihlers nriived heir hist eve niug "f tim his mine nfiii Turkey, mi a ttlmri luiHiiu'RM visit. Ilnrry Colvig, bnokhceper of tlie Oc taw Mining Company nt Orlnvc, bits hiru jippoinlctl ii i!ciiily recorder fur i-evtnntiiin purpose- dy County Iff 'nri'r Itnulliiiry. T. if. Caldwell left liMt evening for In lio...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 17 June 1908

EEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL- MINER p0N'-PK PAPER OF ARIZONA. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS 1RESCQTT' ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 17, 1908. FORTY-FIPTH YEAR. UOUSANDS MARCHING THROUfiH CHIfif.O SJOUTINflJOR ALL FAVORITE CANDIDATES KHBS ADVISED TAFT CERTAIN TO BE NAMED ON THE FIRST BALLOT PANDEMONIUM ON EVE OF THE GREAT radically Asked to Retire New York May Secure Second Place So NATIONAL CONVENTION Iowa lptxatiun, I ena " uovcrnor uugncs Mis :g tn which he wild tho! noiiiin.v uf UtttMnry Tnft is now practical- IcstMcJ, and that Hughes Is out of tnsniDg Ho advised the govOrnnr litre was n feeling thrtl New Li tbulil be necorded thi vice pros- eft, hut tne delegation is hound by tptioit lo Hughe until ho with in The delegation cannot occupy itilion of supporting a candidate. both president rind vice president, I faired to hear from Hughe. Par- "IU'O'0n concedes 'faffs nomin'u- ilfUiO. June 10.1. M.-Con I "Chniimnu ol; the sin Herbert Parsons aeui a ahnrp ' Chicago: "I desire to call your att...

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. — 17 June 1908

""SRisfMa. tin;. PAQE TWO WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1908 1 : n. , OVER $1700 ALREADY FOR BIG CELEBRATION Business Men Give Liberally Towards The Coming Fourth of July Demonstration. And still the Fourth grows! Yesterday it - limbed up to the 1.1730 stark anil there arc several largo bust interests yet to be won, together with many smallr concerns. Considering the dull times consequent upon the eastern financial slump, it is rsmarknhle. the success that has attend e4 the energetic effort of Committee saen Barter and Lockhurt. They intend to keep up thr good work uutil $2000 as been pledged. Several business 2Mn became infected with the enthu siasm yesterday and offered to doable their subscription if necessary to bring la, fund up to the .2000 mark. Word was received last night by the Journal Miner from Jerome that uboul 700 visitor may be counted on from tin .Smelter City. Step will be taken tkore to organize u team for the tug-of-war tournament. In fact, this feature...

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. — 17 June 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER pae Tiara WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17. 1G0A Cm IS COMINO TO rt'i i.mrsdny's Dally) have a eelcbrntion on . July, nml It will bo ii t as mi elaborate, an uf , ir when tho Hucky id nt wan unveiled, anil preparations consumed n Mi", but it will be a gen tied, patriotic eclcbra ! Itrinp; together all the ,1ml county, in n sort of Jtll. ti!l(, .It nluinn f C n IMiiAltnii Ail'1 'It V tf I VII tllV U fj!.(D, h il mgnt in iiic super-n- 0jji, , tho object of the gather 5, 5,; primarily to determine "wheth- jyn ot r. '"' iitcu 10 ceicDratc ,r ihero was a goou atun- .. 1 If m f ,'. of " M' LEITER-WILLIAMS WEDDINO A SIMPLE AFFAIR YAVAPAI ROLL MAY BE $10,000,000 OR OVER i fsptovf i who desired to come to ti to Hun in tho festivities. If I iwtr. however, decided not to hold rotation, the company would pay iipfDrf" of n trip of itn employes Icisito Dells. If the committee hod . J::Mi b'fore about tho ndvlsabll- feasibility of holding a celebra- WASHINGTON, Jlim. io.-Thc mar riage of Mi...

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. — 17 June 1908

4. . ' I ,' J '. !.'..."-.' ' . , r PAGE TOUR WEEKLY JOURNAL MEHEK WEDNESDAY,' JUNE 17, 11)08 : - - .1 It' VHE ARIZONA JOURNAL - MINER UldcM I'wprr 111 Arizona listal-lishcM March (j, 1864. Published Uv CTMK JOURNAL- MINEK PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. I W MILNKS. Editor and Manager. TERMS: lty, per year $y.oo Dily, per month 75 fWekly, per year 25 Vt-ckly, six months t-S ,ttky, three months !-P Payablt la Advaacc Journal-Miner will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills are tt out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same rumptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time arc rrntly requested to send notice to this office and pay amount due. entered, at the Poitoffice. Prescott, Ariz., as second-class mail matter ;h,i ,i j, ,. 1 . .sa ut Governor Hugkes. ''e'dple. may entertain oooeM differences of opinion regarding tbe bill which' (iovcru'or- Charity K. Hughe, has ju.it forced through the New York ' ...

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. — 17 June 1908

CITIZENS LINE GOOD ROAKMOVEMENT Organization Is Effected To Support The Supervisors In The Policy Al ready Inaugurated. iKiom Tui-fcUuyV Dally) 1 movement for n Good Honda As o i:iion bus borno fruit. An organ! rati a was effected Inst night at the court bouse to be known ns tho Yavn pai iood l"6ads Association, articloa of ,nc r, .ration were ndoptcd, and nearly 8vtM person present signed this mem tfrihlp roll, which calls; for the sub- religion of one share ofntock. It was aa cuthaiiastie. gutk"ring of represen tative citizens, oinoof whom had t'ra -led from distant parts of the county to be present; and all wen.: of ono nc Wrd oc to the desirability 0f anitd - lUoti in lmpr6ving tho highways of tbtj ' rtunty. T. 0 Norrl cilllod tne nicvtlng to or der and In Htntlnj the object of thtf isuvt-mcni t'lpmiDra iiuii ll na.1 In- jjiim-u ttjiu ncsire io assist and co- operate wth the mpsryWors. Jf the Lourd had ton support of tho citizens, ' it tould wnp'fo)' u road overseer and ntlhze t...

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. — 17 June 1908

PAGE HIX WEEKLY JOURNAL-MI NEK WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 100B COL. GREEN SAYSIDQUBLE SHAFT FQR10ECLINE BELiEVEDlNOTES FROM THE L E Tin1 ltibn Itcticw of June 7 prints ri very interesting interview with Col. W. C, Orrenc, Hit Cniinnca copper king, 'cm iiy wic ueviciv n npn-ini torry.ijiuu- dent nt Dulutb, Minn. Tho special nay.'1: Col. W. C. Greene, copper min ing man, who with his physician, Dr. Galbraith, is in tlie city for a few day?, consented to talk copper for n few minutes yesterday. Hp had just return ed with tho doctor to tho Spalding from an automobile ride. Colonel (Jreeno has been Buffering from an at tack of rhcumnlipm, hut i.t now rapid ly recovering from it, nod otherwise is . t 1 1 r . 1 in his usual good health. " There is nothing new about the copper business just now," said Colonel Greene. "F.iHTy thing depend) on the revival of the iiusincM. The German and English markets for tho metal nro very good, though, of course, the pro duction in the United (Slates and Mex ico ...

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. — 17 June 1908

LOCAL MILITARY CLUB OPENSNEW ARMORY Society Makes Brilliant Event of The Organizations First Social Affair. Association Plans Carrying Project To Great Success. BY RUTH (From Saturday's Daily) hLilorntcly carried out in all Its do pib und ono of tbo distinctive society istrcw9 of tho Mason was tho corap'i ntntary ball given last evening by tho EjvkoU Military Club, Company E, X. o, a , at the new armory, tho opening 8f whioa tho event celebrated. Members of the IVescott Military lab, both honorury and active, may ftll be proud of their success and of brilliant future which In assured lb organization, while citizens ha to tqiul cause to look with honor and ftl at the militant clob, which na Jaabtedly will early rank prominent taooKlttllarVrKwnization! of other tftlos and .states of the union. At the unveiling "of the lluckoy g'Xcill monument last July, Col. James A. LCllntoch of the Pint National tluard uf Arizona was among flio rprnkcrs and in hin talk on that occn don he Htatcd tha...

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. — 17 June 1908

Op ? l'1ltfflwp"" ! ! i i i 1 i-i i ;i . ?AOS SIHIIT irw mm park aiwAiKfR nKTRiPTTYPPPK MnNirii 4iLifi unLL i nil i nnnLiu.ii uiumiiui E F Grounds, Finest In The 'Territory To Be Open Sunday ! fl'r tli H'hpkJhjw PjMv; Hy Sunday InAAl PtCM-ott Will hull Hlip nest iMim'furll park in the territory, situl mtinil to inm.v tn I lie Southwest. 11 hn Iwcu ..mstyuiMeil almost under the (theft pcrtviinl .mip'j vision of l; tit heriir tVW'V'i' . NcngU' and when '.'!iiupli'til l iiniiot. (nil t-lie a source f jir'nli' to I'n-M'iilt and n ourcf of r light to ini'f vroul,) r who gnthets-bc pmttll tU 'Wdlf 411' (lie SpUl'lolls grand Kind tn help U(V 1'omc team jvin. sjUnU twi ujj, m;n ..'".b'.r Fori-mnii llenrge Mil ye r (iif pinking thi' dirt fly. Hy--J?n,inlrt) Mi.rv hillock will have A-tit li vi liil nmi a splendid fit 1.1 .1.10 "kiy .100. fu-t tcaU.v lot I ! iuiuil game vitli lhnonlx. ,.MniiMgeif .Mel.nne is tie- aotYuting ivlHjyiif A"X !!iv,'r Vi,,,,'.v li'flm, . 1 tlii'.v.,, n'me lo Presentl...

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. — 24 June 1908

V r " EEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA. PRBSCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 24, 1908. FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, AFT CHEERED AT YALE BAG FOUND, $50,000 GONE ires G VE CONVICTED All H GLAD ID residential Nominee ells Young Lawyers Must Aim High kKW HAVKN, Juuo CC-Sccrctary ; arrived hern today to attend the Lon cf his class of '78. Ho attend- ( tint of I ho Yalo corporation tgs, and later addressed tho law cl RraduntcH on tho collogo com Hccretnry Toft was mot at tho kca bjr (i delegation from liin claw. i retire nlumni nroso and cheered wrttary its hn entered tho corpor- I: mating. He arrived an tho boon jtift tin former Senator Gpoon- tf Wisconsin, romplotod nn address. tie close of tho exercises tho iters In, accompanied by President Had- walked to College Hall, where : gathered Y.nlo men, most of tbc.m lutnUie garb, These lustily cheer- litn. At Collego jlalbtlui neeretary rfnnod by "hid brother. Honico D, ft, of Wntertowtti'CoAtf. ThiH e...

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. — 24 June 1908

WEBKIjY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1008 PAQU TWO William h. f aft named by republicans to BE NEXT PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATE RECEIVES 702 ON FIRST VOTE Galleries Endeavor Vain To Stampede Convention For Roosevelt In T.-Taf TaTa T la ! THE ONLY BALLOT. Following i tht oftti'ial vote for president: Taft. 70- Cannon, .IS. Fairbanks, . Fo raker, l.S. Knox, tiS. LnFolletto, 'J.). Hughes, (SO. ich is thi! record of the culminating "Her ti lew cneers, :m mo nanus piny- of the KcnubUcnn National Con- nK thi. national anthem nn.l apnjauso - . . ti greeting a largo crayon portrait of .on of HUM, otToctcd amid hcei.es $aft whp br)f,hl f th,r HtnRP th heating a pirlitri' of the president. It, wits Imriii across in tlio rear of thoi stage in full view of t lit vast JiinHorico. i Then broke out the cadenced crv: I I !...! I ...I I I..-! ..i i.. i lllll I l.lil .1 1,1111- .11 liinb 4. ...... II. ,...-. ( iriii.'in Lodge :it last iiliotidone.l all nis desperate efforts to ipicll tlio clam...

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. — 24 June 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1008 PAGE THREE IIRTON PICTURES OHIO MAN IDEAL NOMINEE 1 1 i h.r ti 1 in j ,r. i .liuii' IS. Congressman . olim, in placing Tnft hi fur the presidency, Raid: , hull enter UX)II tho ktiivo i of HflcctliiK n presidential h tin- serene assurance Hint i in i:irty will continue to .n What assembled mlltU I.iikI bus over ixiltitc.t tho 1 ncileent results for home iroKr.ss of tin- whole Inimiui r. iirrlng convention of till r.ililz.itlon? Yet wo lo not .mil the record of Unit which ii.Hicd. V cmphiiKlzc, even i.r tin' (iinlllloiittoii to solve of tin' present. Lilly appropriate that llili ulit Ik Ik;IiI In tills marvel CIiIcuko, whence tin: steel r uiiiktco reach out In every r plain niul river ntul mono t boundless dlMtnncc, lirliiK t tnasuroof a. continent to voiir feet. Hero It wiim tlmt uprlsltiK iiKiilnst slnverv i. in. (.pruiu; from the ha i nee. Tnlse.1 IIh llrst trlutll w lien Abraham Lincoln wax Anil here, attain, with notes i.nin acclaim, ...

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. — 24 June 1908

;'.v,. WEEKLY JOUKirAVICXK ' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21; 1008 PAOE POU I1 . ,j r THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864. Published By TMI JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNEI. Editor aad 14 auger. THE MAN AND THE ISSUE. Willi the nomination of Secretary of War William II. Taft lor the proudest inward' within the ft of the nation, or within tlio gift of tin world, on n platform which In Uh every plunk represents the beliefs of it.t candidate, the Itnpublicnn Party throws down the gauntlet to Its democratic adversary and hum more goes confidently to the Great F.Iectornto, tlio American llallot Itox. Hieh, Indeed, was the llepubllcnn Party In its pres idential limber for the. year' 100S. To tlio student of events of tlui past ten yearn the nam. of Hnbcrt M. InFollctte brings 11 thrill of patriotic low. Ten years ago, wIumi 11 young man, Molt LnFollette, entering tho domain of Wisi'onx...

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