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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 29 January 1913

EXTRA SESSION CALL JOY! EVERY WOMAN CAN BE A VENUS GOOD WORK WAS DONE FOR THE POOR Associated Charities Renders ReportOf What it Has Accomplished In This City. SSUED BY GOVERNOR No Limit on Legislators as to Kind And Character of Laws They Shall Enact. News Bureau of the Journal-Miner, Room 203, N. B. A. Bldg. PHOENIX, "Jan. 24. Governor Hunt today issued his call for the legislative session to be held Febru ary 3rd and enumerated therein the -various subjects of which the solons may treat. It was the desire of the executive and his call was fromed with such in view that no limitation should be placed on the legislature. All of the subjects he includes in the call, other than the list suggest ed by Mr. Pattce, the code commis sioner, Governor Hunt is desirous of seeing considered by the legisla ture but of course such action is not compulsory and some of the sub jects may not be touched upon. Regarding the code which for some time it was doubtful would be included in the call, Gover...

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. — 29 January 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINiSR, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1913. EPIDEMIC OF SMALLPOX IMONTHLY DIGEST GALES UNCOVER RICH GOLD MINE Coney Island Strike Though Was Of Gold Jewelry Lost During Sum mer By Visitors, s a n IN PHOENIX LAND DECISIONS Sixty Cases Have But Effort is Matter Special to the Journal-Miner. PHOENIX, Jan. 23; Although every effort is being made by the press and public bodies of the cities to suppress the facts, it is well .Ten own that an epidemic of small pox is raging in this city. Up to this date there have been sixty cases and the end is not yet in sight It is undertsood that the Board of Trade waited on the three local papers and "requested" them to make no mention of the epidemic, and that -the efforts of that body were suc cessful is evidenced by lack of news of that character appearing. A short rtime ago the national convention of the Livestock Growers was held TWO DATES FIXED FOR ARBOR DAY News Room of the Journal-Min er, Room 203, N. B. A. Bldg. PHOENIX, Jan. ...

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. — 29 January 1913

4 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 29, 1913. Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March g, 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: Billy, per year $9.00 Daily, per month 75 Weekly, per year 2'5 Weekly, six months I-5 Weekly, three months i-oo Payable in Advance. Entered at Postoffice, Prescott, Ariz., as second-class mail matter Under the requirements of the new postal law, subscriptions are payable In advance In order that the paper may be permitted to pass through the malls as second olass matter. Accordingly, subscriptions will be stopped at cxplraUon. AJl readtag matter marked with one or more stars () signifies that the same Is advertising matter, paid for or agreed to be paid for. THE SICK MAN AT BAY. Not only have the allies been de ceived by Turkey, but the great powers have been flouted. It has been apparent- all along t...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 29 January 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-JOINER. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1913. 0 ASSESS PROPERTY AT FULL VALUATION Startling Change in Method of Taxa tion is Instituted by the State Tax Commission PHOENIX, Jan. 25. Arizona property will hereafter appear on the tax rolls at its actual cash val ue. A sweeping order to this effect was issued Friday morning by the state tax commission to all county assessors. rt has always been the law in Ari zona that property should be assess ed for purposes of taxation at its actual value. But each assessor has not complied with the law because he was afraid the other assessors would not do so. As a result, the property is not assessed for more than 50 per cent of its real value, and in many cases it is assessed for less. Were all assessors to agree upon 50 per cent as a basis of valuation, JOKE ON FRIENDS NOT ON GILMORE News Bureau of the Journal-Miner, Room. 203, N. B. A. Bldg. PHOENIX, Jan. 25. W. G. Gil more, county attorney of Cochise county is in Phoenix today ha...

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. — 29 January 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1913. 6 ARIZONA STATE NEWS CONDENSED FDR THE BENEFIT OE JOURNAL-MINER READERS (From Friday's Daily.) PHOENIX. Big Wool Clip. The Arizona wool clip this year will according to President John Hennessy of the sheep sanitary board, who has been paying a short business visit to this city from his home in the Flagstaff district will reach over 6.000,000 pounds. The sheep interests are in excellent ;on dition all over the state. The vigi lance of the sheep commissioners themselves, together with that of the inspectors and the state veterin arian has prevented any inroads into the flocks of any disease, and this year's sheep arc singularly free from scabies or foot and mouth disease, the pest that keeps the wool men of other states awake nights. The record this year is as a result of this work better than it has been for years. Secretary George H. Al len of the commission has kept thoroughly in touch with the situ ation, and any signs of ...

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. — 29 January 1913

2 X X X city News X 8 - - ? ....in Brief I ....III DI ICI i 3 x (iFioni Thursday's Daily.) From the Range. Carl Rccs, the Del Rio cattleman, was a visitor to the city yesterday on business. Outside Visitor. Roland Nichols, live stock inspec tor of the Hillside section, was a business visitor to the city yester day. Valley Visitor. A. V. Miller, of the Agua Fria Valley, was among the outside ar rivals in the city yesterday on busi ness. Business Mission. Mrs. H. L. Kauffman left yester day for Phoenix, where she has business matters to look after for the next week. Another Attorney. Assistant County Attorney and Mrs. J. H. Morgan are rejoicing over the arrival of an 8-pound son, the happy event taking place late last night Returns to Camp. V. J. Martin, general manager of the Yuma-Warrior Company, re turned to the camp yesterday to make an inspection of development, and will be away for several days. Business Trip. J. J. Sladish, formerly a resident of this section, arrived from Mesa...

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. — 29 January 1913

Arizona State News. PHOENIX. Lost Child Found. Word came from Higley Satur day evening that the lost child, An tonio Garcia, had been found near the Hall brothers ranch, many miles from its home. Antonio disappeared on Monday evening, having wander ed from the home of his parents on the Mcnmcnnet ranch cast of Hig ley. Last seen was when the little one appeared at the Miller ranch about five o'clock. Miller, without making an investigation and claim ing that he supposed the child's parents were near at hand, notified it to move on. The little one turned and disappeared in the mesquite and chapparel and that was the last time it was seetr until Saturday morning about ten o'clock, although a score of people had scoured the surround ing country almost continuously. All that time the boy had neither food or drink and when finally located was almost all in. Reeves Gets Globe House. By a deal consummated a day or two ago Manager A. H. Reeves, of the Elks theater in this city( will within ...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 5 February 1913

Weekly Journal-Miner PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1913. FORTY-NINTH YEAR. PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA, ALLEGED ASSAUL GiRL CAUSE TRAGEDY MS STANDPATTERS WIN THE SPEAKERSHIP w OUT OF BRIE JLinney of Yavapai Elevated to Chair In Lower House, Bradner Quit ting the Fight. Special to-tbe 'Journal-Mlner. PHOENIX, Feb. -3; The third sesison of the first state legislature convened shortly prior to noon to day by election in the House of Lin ney of Yavapai County as Speaker and the continuation of Cunniff of r T .1 . Af tin Qn. ate. The last named body presumed that the old officers should be con tinued and there was little delay in biginnig its work. In the low er House however a twenty-four hour caucus left a Democratic ma jority that was present equally di vided fifteen votes for Linney and a. like number for Bradner with Will Regulate Stock Exchanges Plan is to Fortid use of the Mails For Transmitting "Evil" Transactions Otherwise Stock Quotations. Associated Press. - H...

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. — 5 February 1913

HIS INVENTION SAVES FINE GOLD Ike Anderson Has Plant, Which He Claims, Will Materially Aid Certain Miners. ! An invention that will appeal fav orably to that class of miners who follow washing the gold out of the auriferous soil, and particularly that yield which is classed as "four gold" from its fineness, is that of Ike And erson. It has been successfully ap plied along Big Bug Creek. This genius is an experienced placer miner and leaves today for the Lynx Creek deposits that cirry the black sand formation, where he will introduce his device and feels sanguine of solving a very impor tant problem in recovering the fine dust that abounds at several places In that section. Mr. Anderson yesterday in speak ing of his little plant stated that it is nqthing more nor less than a copper plate, and it is prepared for service in the same manner that such a utility is in the regular quartz mill. It is oval in shape and has a diameter of about four feet, and can be propelled with the little f...

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. — 5 February 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1913. 3. SKY THE ON LEGISLATORS One Thousand and One Things eluded in Governor's Call For The Special Session If there is anything under the sun that the special session will not be able to legislate upon under the call issued by Governor Hunt no one lias yet discovered it. Full Tein is given the solons to go as far as they please and in view of what they did at the first and second sessions, Tegular and special, it would not be surprising if everything is not regu lated to the limit and then some. In order that the people may know exactly what is coming to them in the way of new laws, there is here--with printed in full the text of the Governor's calL A PROCLAMATION. By The Governor Of Arizona. "WHEREAS, during the regular and special sessions of the First State Legislature of Arizona, held in the year 1912, it was anticipated that, under a certain interpretation of the Constitution of Arizona, a regular session of the- Legislatu...

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. — 5 February 1913

4 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER.. WEDNESDAY1 MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1913. 9 " t 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: . Daily, per year $9.00 Daily, per month 75 Weekly, per year 2.50 Weekly, six months 1.50 Weekly, three months 1.00 Payable in Advance. Sntered at Postoffice, Prescott, Ariz., as second-class mail matter .Voder the requirements of the new postal law, subscriptions are payable In adTaaea to order that the paper may be permitted to pass through the malls as aeeoad cius matter. Accordingly, subscriptions will be stopped at expiration. Ail reading matter marked with one or more stars () signifies that the same U adrertlRlog matter, paid for or agreed t be paid for. SIXTY THOUSAND VETERANS. Flans have been approved by the War Department to prepare on the battlefield of Gettysburg a camp containing 54,0...

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

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING,. FEBRUARY 5, 1913. 5 WATCH PUT UPON Mr. Goldwater Subjected to an Ordeal Upon Leaving His Office As Executive. (From Tuesday's Daily; TVVVTVVVV V J Standing Committees. r 4 Finance Heap, Whisman, J Richards. J. Water Heap, Head, Whis- f man. 4 J Streets Head, Heap, Rich- -i-J ards. 4 Sanitary Richards, Head, 4 J" Whisman. 4 4 License Head, Heap, Rich- 4 4 ards. 4 4 Fire Whisman, Richards, 4 4 Heap. J 4 Mayor's Appointments. 4 4J Health Officer H. S. South- 4 4 worth. 4 4- Chy Attorney F. L. Ha-4 4 worth. 4 4 City Clerk J. H. Robinson. 4 4- City Surveyor H. .C. Shot- 4 4 well. fr 4 Superintendent of Water 4 Works W. T. Hall. 4 .4.4.4.4. 4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4. Mayor Timerhoff and the two new Councilmen W. L. Richards and Frank Whisman were inducted into office last evening and after the formal ceremony had been conclud ed the new Mayor made the ap pointments and announced the stand ing committees as noted above. There was no sensational incident to m...

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. — 5 February 1913

6 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1913. GETTING WIARRIED-WHOSE BUSINESS QUERIES FISHER? Proposed Drastic Laws Governing Mar ital State Are Rapped on Knuckles By Ex-Divine of Phoenix. Some drastic bills will be intro duced at the special session of legis lature, commencing next Monday at Phoenix, on the subject of marriage and divorce particularly the form er. If the proposed measures are enacted into law it will be as diffi cult to get married in this state as it would be for a camel to go through the eye of a needle. One must be pronounced physically fit after an examination and there arc other requirements which will add greatly to the length of the moral law. The changes arc proposed by the Ministerial Association and oth er bodies of Phoenix. In view of the stand taken by the clergy the following article from the pen of Robert S. Fisher, ex-minister, well known in this community, exposing the opposite end of the question will be of interest: I have seen rece...

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. — 5 February 1913

I AR ZONA STATE NEWS 1 BENEFIT PHOENIX. Taylors Waive Extradition. The probabilities are that Phoenix has seen the last of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Z. Taylor, who have been in the limelight here for nearly two weeks or since their arrest on charges of having uttered fictitious checks in Los Angeles. After having threaten ed to fight extradition, both finally decided to waive all formalities and return to California. In the custody of Detective Nick Harris and Depu ty Sheriff Mrs. Nick Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor started for Los Angeles Thursday evening. . The decision of the Taylors to waive extradition on the very day that Governor Hunt had appointed to consider the requisition, is said to have come about after the gov ernor had been in consultation with Louis R. Taylor, a son of the man under arrest. It is believed that the young man carried a suggestion from the governor that it might look better for the Taylors if they re-J turned voluntarily rather than go on record as having fought ...

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. — 5 February 1913

CONCESS COS Grand Canyon Panorama at Panama Pacific Exposition, One of The Features of Big Show- SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 3. More than two thousand applicat - ions for concessions, filed by amuse- ment purveyors in all parts of the world, have been received by Direc tor of Concessions Burt of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. Many of the concessions will be extremely original and striking. Eight of them will, in the opinion of Mr. Burt, involve an expenditure of more than two million dollars. The concessions will be notable not only for their great size and their splendor but also for the fact that they arc selected with a view to their educational value. The art of presenting cycloramas and panoram as upon an elaborate scale has made tremendous strides in the past few years. Among the more important con cessions already accepted are: "The Grand Canyon of the Colorado," a splendid spectacle to be displayed by li Cnnti T7 r-tlln-nf "TUn PinifYli v. ''"j una."- Ctnal," a working...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 12 February 1913

Weekly Journal-Miner PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY HORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1913. FORTY-NINTH YEAR. r DESIRE CANCELLATION OF POWER CONIRAC 1 House Committee Recommends Criminal Action in Connection With Salt River Irrigation Project. WASHINGTON, Feb. 10. A re commendation that equity proceed ings to cancel the government con tract with the Pacific Gas & Elec tric Company, "by which this cor poration is given a monopoly on power developed at Roosevelt dam, and to institute criminal proceedings according to its judgment," is made in a report to the house by the com mittee on interior department expen ditures. Referring to the Salt River Valley project furrther, the report alleges that as the reclamation act provides that only the estimated cost of the construction may be recovered by the government, and the estimate of the secretary of the interior was $3,850,000 and the expenditures to date have been 10,547,396, the gov ernment's loss on the project ap pears...

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. — 12 February 1913

2 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 12, 1913. TO WORK ON LOOP ADMISSION DAY Will Lay Out Road Log Amount On At a meeting of the Prescott Auto Club held at the Chamber of Com merce rooms Wednesday evening, it was decided to devote "Admission Day," February 14th to work on the "Loop" road and portions of the Ash Fork road. A committee consisting of M. B. Hazeltine, C E. McKinley, A. W. Hendey, and R. J. Roper was ap pointed to lay out the road into blocks of one mile each, flag each block, and log the character and amount of work to be done in each block. A proper force will then be assigned to each block under the supervision of a boss to be chosen hereafter. It was agreed to request the county to furnish the timber for a bridge across the wash just north of Del Rio, on the Ash Fork road, the club to furnish the labor and other material necessary- Mr. Hen dey will have charge of this branch of the work and that insures a first class job. SITU IS PUT TO SLEEP IN THE Le...

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. — 12 February 1913

WEEKLY JOmaJAL-MlNER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1913. 3 III SON OF MURDER CHARGE On Advice of District Attorney, Judge McLane Discharged Slayer Of Edward Zieger (From Thursday's Daily.) "The aooroval of the law was placed upon the right of a man to protect the honor of his family or any of its members when T. J. "Morrison who killed Edward Zieger at Octave last Saturday night walk ed out of the Superior Court room last night a free man, following a motion for the dismissal of the case by no less a personage than District Attorney P. W. O'Sullivan. The preliminary examination be gan at seven o'clock and lasted four( .hours. During that long penod there was unfolded a story that re sulted in the complete vindication of the act of Morrison in the taking of human life. It was not a pleas ant story by any means, many of the details being unfit for publica tion. In fact spectators were bar red from the hearing and the ruling was one of wisdom. After all the evidence had been heard D...

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. — 12 February 1913

4 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12. 1913. J m n . IOI IRNgSP1TN Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March g, 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: WIy, per year 9-oo Daily, per month 75 Weekly, per year 2-S .Weekly, six months x-5 Weekly, three months r- Payable in Advance. Watered at Postoffice, Prescott, Ariz., as second-class mail matter Under the reaulrements of the new postal law. subscriptions are payable In advance ta order that the paper may be permitted to pass through the malls as second etoaa matter. Accordingly, subscriptions will be stopped at expiration. All reading matter marked with one or more stars () signifies that the same Is advertising matter, paid for or agreed t be paid for. A PERMANENT INCOME TAX. Representative Hull of Tennessee is undoubtedly correct in his predic tion that an income tax will be an...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 12 February 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1913. 5 DIAZ OVERTHROWS 1 (Continued from ing American lives and property. EL PASO, Feb. 10. An armistice practically exists between the Fed eral and Rebel forces in iorthern Mexico, pending a settlement of the. situation at the capital. T his is ad mitted by rebel agents and federal commanders. Assurance that Ameri can lives and property will be pro tected in districts in his charge came from General Rabago, chief of the northern military zone. This mes sage was transmitted to Washing ton. Manuel Lujon telegraphed Diaz asking for recognition of the North ern revolutionists and, requesting that'Orozco be named : commander in chief, .-with -Salaza'r acting Sfcorfimand er,ras Crozco Whereabouts Jremain in, doubt. :No .change is" to be made in the border . patrol of the United States' troops. MEXICO CITY, Feb. 10. The army rbse'in revolt Sunday in Mexi co City, took possession of the pub lic buildings, shot down federal ad herents i...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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