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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 24 June 1908

I a. t j . wio&Y JoNfXriftxiriai' wtnoSiESDAy, june 24, 1D08 PAOE riVE PLATFORM ON WHICH SECRETARY TAFT STANDS it.. " lis Every Plank True To Progress And The Rights Of All The People. ( IK A(iO, .June l!0.-Tho text of tlio1 ihtforiii, us adopted by tho committee Jn re dutions, Im ns follows; i'Oum! moro thn Republican party, ,n n.i'ioii.'il convention assembled, sun mU itM cause to tho people. TIiIm p,rit historic organization, tli.it do )tr slavery, preserved tho Union, rMt-'cd credit, expanded tho national Jutnam established 11 notind (luancial nvntein, developed tho Industries and tfu ir i" of tho country and gave to tbo nation her seat of honor in tho couiui' of tho world, now moots tho tew problem of government with tho ,imc lourngo arid cnpnclty with which ,t suited thn old. IUpublicanlam Under Roosevelt "In thin, tho greatest era of Ameri can advancement, th'o Republican par ty lias reached its highest service under tbr leadership of Theodore Roosevelt. 'His administrati...

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. — 24 June 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WKDNE8DAY, JUNK 2, HM8 FA OK HIX TAFT, BY A Big Man Of Great Deeds III Vtllll.ltl. l , ll.l T.lft lilt ll'l'pllb lienii Naiioii.. 1 unvouliuii will luuuiii at for fur Prcsiieinv a nttiii oxcop tlontillv equipped, not only by 11 ft 1 11 r nml training, but by experience and achievement. I'. jMrt 01 111 the iliHinti nud arduous duties of the giontest ifilfo jn the gift f any people. For nearly thirty vents In bus git on Iiiiii idf with -'ogle minded devotion to lhi public service, lit- has displayed Ihmnghuut ti broad grasp "f affairs, 11 literally dauntless courage, 1111 unshnk able integrity, ti iti-U nml nil cmhrnc ing sympathy, a ! :uil abiding mum of jiisti'O, 11 marvelous insight Into huKiiin nr.trtre, it sun ami unwav ering judgment, executive nliility of lln! highest order, ami a limitless e.npa iity fnr hard work. In all the years of Its history I lit Itcpublienn party has Mover soloctisl as its lender in a nation nl eaiti'Hiigu a man .o tried beforehand,...

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. — 24 June 1908

11 FOLLETTE, FATHER OF REFORMS, NOMINATED BY CQCHEMS ,n .lutio 18. Xo speech ilur invention wns more fnvoralily i than that of Henry H. Coch- iseonsiit, who nominated Hen- I'ollotte. Although the nnm , . t I, a Follotto whs tlio Inst , ill tho delegates runl spcetn , tiri'i! ninl eager for a vote, , i,v )iIm masterful delivery anil h i' belief In Lal-'ollctte, ami his ..hi engaged the rapt attention teat assemblage. He spoko as fi jt id I ' 1 1 f I ( : I .1 f ctrs ago the peoplo of the Wisconsin will to tho Hepub iiiiiiial 'i)iivciitloii ii message m. Four years ago that mes--, ilerlileil ami the man scottrg the temple. Toilny the man message return in triumph. ,tvl f ,. 1 1 trt of our resolutions commlt- ,(e , , ' miles me that tho message has Ittv ,i ejiteil. What will yon tlo with ,aP i, i' Four years ngo, stigmatized 18,1 iiillateil tliougu we were, wo rii' I ' Wisconsin, our loyalty un ibaKi' ami Knvn l" Theodore, Itooso ult n iiumlreil thousand plurality. The bla i4. il'K llni...

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. — 24 June 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1008 PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL CONVENTION l'AOE illOHT OVATION TO UOOSEVELT. CMir.UiU, .Inn.' I". President Tie otlnie Jfnoscwll win I. cause of mi utiprecieiitei outburst of patriotic !iitiiiiiii.iti in llu- republican niitioiifil ftoiiventioii t Ii if afternoon. (Ircnl de monstration Imvi' oecuired nl roptibli cait inventions of tin past, but noth ing apjiroiichlng tin demonstration of tile. i-diiM'iitliifi ml tin' Mtili oauil by I ton" wit today. l'f fnrly live in in aitos ilw' i-lii'iirlim wi'iil on, wave after wave, fntiii it to galleries, from stag" to iilruuci,. Oclfgiilioii after -telega !oii, catching tin enthusiasm, joined in the political iiiiiiliMiioiiiiim until tie vual convention Iik II was a sou of win ing American llgs. 'I'm1 outburst came When Si'iiiitni ldge, pcrmnnoul rlmii hoii of tin i "mention, mtiili' mention of JIjmi-m-m'H in i iiimoctioii with I -wit oh tin gionl predatory corpora t.ioHM which ooMvrlt litis so abrup...

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. — 1 July 1908

I.. ... V EEKLY ARIZONA IOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS HONEBtt PAPER OP ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA WEDNESDAY HORNING, JULY 1, 1998. FORTY-FIFTH YEAR. REE KILLED, FORTY INJURED AS LIMITED HURLS ITSELF INTO A BURNED BRIDGE ENGINEER AND Fl REMAN T00I THE ALARM AND GO TO DEATH Sleepers Stuck To The Track And All But One Passenger Escaped Fatal Injury Tragedy Caused By Sparks From Locomotive 1CLE SAM ORDERS TROOPS TO NT MEXICAN them Republic Will Make Short! rork Of The Men Who Looted Its Northern Gties. luted lrse. HINOTON, Juno CO. Dy order ident Roosovelt, and upon tho of the Mexican government, r department han issued order coroandcr of tho department of to send sufficient troops to Del Puo nnd other Texas point to civil authorities Jn preserving d prevent any srlolatoln of the ty lawn. The governor of will be naked by tbo federal ea to nfud.it aloig similar Hum. fey rWtoti TreoM. PASO, June 29. Twonty-tlve federal troops which have been Tiffin, Coabullla, havo taken in n effo...

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. — 1 July 1908

PAGE TWO WEEKLY JOURNAL-MIKE WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1908. nmmtvmmin i City News ....in Brief s ftftkftfcftimftftkiikftkfckftftfciiftfcftii vI'mim Thursday 'm Daily) Mayor Visitor. Mrs. W. .1. Maer !' Mayer is visit , ing in Hie city. Home from Jerome. Mrs. V.. (I. Wager arrived home last night from a business visit in Jemmr Stockman Visits. - J. '. Young is in the city from hi stock run elt in Skull valley on stoc business. Home from Phoenix. Miss Dixie Wndliugton arrived home yesterday afternoon from a visit wltli friends in Phoenix. Cherry Creek Visitor. M. V. Morrell is in the city from hi mines in the Cherry Creek district ou :i short visit. Student Expected Home. .Sam II. Morris is expected home from Ann Arbor, Mionigan, where he has been attending college, tonight. W1U Summer Here. .Mr?, h. ,i. I'rince arrived hero yes terday from Phoenix to spend the sum tner with her sou, Chief of Poller i'rince. Here from Fossil Creek. J. A. 1 renbertb arrived ,iere las evening from Fossil Cree...

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. — 1 July 1908

wnxLT jotnufAirimtift wrdhhsdAY, mt i( i&o. FAftl MK i Msimww n 11 ninii iiiiibi Aicnuuv nuui nun; SLOAN'S BIG VICTORY nbrldgc our platform itnd dropped from it reference to the net of June 10, 1900, and In our plank naked for tho admis sion of Arizona and New Mexico as separate Btatcs. "Mr. Itursum spoke for New Mexico and presented the clnima of that terri tory to statehood, and I, ns representa tive from Arizona, placed before the general committee tho clause of my territory. I dwelt upon the physical resources of Arizona; the population nnd the character of our population. I spoke of our splendid school system; of the high character of our schools; of our fine superintendent, and told them that nil of the teachers of tho I'rescott High fichol were university men and women. I further stated that our High School was accredited nt the Unlversi (tles of,MichlganMlllinots, . California, Rtanfortl, and at Vnssar and Hmith colleges, and other largo educational institutions of the c...

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. — 1 July 1908

TAQh room WISKLY JOUKNAL-MUrEB WEDXXIDAT, JTTX.T .1,' l&Ofl. 4' THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Piper in Arizona. EaUMIshed March g, 1S64. Published By THE JOURNAL MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member AModated Prata. Published Every Morning Except Moaday. J. W. MILNEf, Iditer aad Maaagar. TERMI: 0lljr, per year f9 bally, per month 75 fcfaekljr, per year 3-50 MTttkly, atx months i5 WVrfkly, three months 1.00 Journal-Miner will he continued until ordered stopped. Dills are aeat out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are rffntly requested to send notice to this office and pay amount due. uNiuN?aWivkiji.o Editorial Comment An Unrivaled. News Service. It is with pardonable pride, wo believe, that the Journal-Miner at this time calls the attention of its readers to its Hplcndid telegraphic news ficr vice. The Journal-Miner at all times publishes tin general Associated Press dispatches, covering all the im...

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. — 1 July 1908

"i P.'"' "Jpj 1 ) " I ' f . ,.t ,M . ' ' "-" vvmaams WIONEIDAT, JuLT 1, 1008. 'j '"V '-1 ' ' ",m ' ' " 1 "' ' ' ' i i .y -. '.'.'!.' 2ne Social Mirror iProm HundnVH Daily) Mm. 0. C. Wtilcutt, Jr., was hostess at a "Grimil" party Saturday evening entertaining a group of friends in hou or of Major Wnlcutt's birthday. After serving oi urncioun rciresumouis prizes were awarded to Mm. J, J. Hawkins for the high scoro a very pretty lemon fork; Mrs. (!. K. Meany received n hand-painted pinto for tho second score. Mr. W. H. Dovle made the .B . .... I rhlch lie received n pretty picture. Judge J. J. Hawkins received one. of the Into novels for the second high core uml Mr. It. II. Ilurmistrr wan lightftil evening were Mr. and Mm. W - IT T...l.. r I AC tt t I u. iiii ir, .111. uiiu .Hiii u. r.. .ucaur Mr. and Mm. Dixon Fngcrhorg, Judge Ar.i vr t r .ir.. ir. -.) t. mhu i. uiiirvmiin, m r. uii mm, ThomnM 1. Nnrris. Mr. nm! Mm. lhul P Hastings, Mm. Thomas E. Campbell and the Messrs Leslie II. Lar...

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. — 1 July 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE WEONTHDAY, JULY 1, 1908. TAOK MX LAST OF EX PRESIDENTS PASSES AWAY AT HOME (j rover Cleveland's Death Conies as a Great Shock to the Nation. lMflNf'MTi N, N .1.. .l-v.' -Cleveland, In ice riifl'nt Onv ol the I Tnl t-l Stntcs, died this morning at his homo In thin rM), when he 1j Ail bcrti living for twelve years. Ilis death was sudden, Mint tlif iillJi'.inl statement ylves heart failure i the cause of death, lit' had In n in poor health for two years, nml in that time lost a hun ilrril id n ii 1 1 m in weight. Mr. Cleveland became uorc last night nml Mrs. Cleveland wax called Id her husband's bedside, 'flu' patient hank into uncon sciousness friini which ho revived at timet. Pi-nlh was peaceful. As Iht news of his dun tli spread about Princeton, I In' university ling were generall) plnred at naif Mad. Among t'i'' first ineisHges of condolence was one I Kim President Roosevelt, who will attend the funeral to lie held I'ri ilay afteiiiiMin, which, in deference trt ...

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. — 1 July 1908

WEEKLY J OURNAL-MINXB . WEDNESDAY, JTJLY.l, 1008. PAOE SEVEN iEPUTY'S COOLNESS MB LIVES AND E rank Burns Hero Of A Thrilling Explosion At Mayer (Prom Haturdity's Dnltv) resenco of mind and prompt action Deputy ShorlfT Frank Hums pro ted more serious Injury to Mrs ry Hears and saved tlio home ot i and Mrs. Juntos Hark in Mayer destruction by flro Wcduesday t. As It is. Mrs. I'erry Sears rns tbo loss of n portion of ho tiful bead of hulr, which caught by the explosion of an acetylene p, and Dr. Crawford is suffering m a patniul burn on bis led band. .The light of the house- were sud nly extinguished from some unknown use during n surprise party to Mrs. its liarK, ana wane tnoso present o engage! in ploying whist and five dred. A lamp was immediately htcd and Mrs. Hark und Dr. Craw- d began repairing tho ncotylcno p. About tho timo they had it dy to start the explosion took place, reeking the lighted lnmp and scat- ring fire through tho room. Mrs. 8ears' hair caught on flro. Dcp- y Hum...

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. — 1 July 1908

rAUH RIGHT WEEKLY JOURNAL-MOT WBDNESDAT, JULT 1, 1909. fllGOtVEiOPMENTSWORK OF GOODi MANY CHANGESI N ! GEO. BURGH DIES PLAINED ;.!,() IK, June 'J!'. The- local .lire t iri of tlii Orphan Copper Company uiit to t mines on ii tour of inspec tion during tin- week miiiI express tJit'in tvm n very imui-Ii plomed wilti the prof n-w mi fm made. An nfflre iiihI ramp house has been MiitiptiUd, which will Inter In; used :ii nil nfiy ollb-e. Tin1 road work, inn ueting nil pail of tne pinporty with he irmin wngon mail from Globe to tin Vbnuli ihi, linn been niilHlicil, mill the mm'dini'rtt of iiinrhinory will couunonre ilnriilg the mining week. Two strong twlm hine been iiirr.liMhiil and arc tiow In (Unite rt-ndv In move to the .Mr. Clam, tumoral manner of tlio iiiiiinfiv, has advertised for hid for striving mi upraise fnnn the collar of h' ulnae in the erossrnt tunnel on tin Imn I.oile claim to I no xurfnee. Kpnn flto completion of Hie upraise, the winx,e will tin i-iit out ami one half compar...

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. — 8 July 1908

EEKLY ARIZONA IOURNAL MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1908. iocnooo SEEK CONVENE CENSUS TO NAME JOBS i . . . FORTY-FIFTH YEAR. BRYAN ray Of Delaware In The Lead For The Second Place More Than Twice As Many As There Are Positions To Give Uwr.-iiiU'd Press. DF..NVKK, .luly 7. With cheers from thousand thronta, reinforced with Pitiril oratory anil intense cnthusl- b, the Democratic Nntionnl Conven- : htsna its sessions today. Dolibcr- Lii lasted nbnut two nours and in- itl in addition to tha key-note lefh of Theodore Hell, of California, nporarr chairman, a unanimous trl- .. . t nl 1 .1 . , Kf to Uic tain itrovnr v.icvcinnii, unu Luted skirmish incidental to tho Ltrst in the Pennsylvania dcJegu- 19. ToaiRht the eboruH of 'Bryan, Dry- I" is well ni(h universal, with it ladily swinging undercurrent for the nidation of George Gray of Dela tor vice president, At a lute Br opponents of the Nebraskai! were 1 tttkinf to uni...

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. — 8 July 1908

PAGE TWO WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1008. SC HO 0 LS COST S75.411.50 sNTEKKHTINO l'ACTH BHOWN SUPllKINTKNDENT'll IIEI'OIIT. BY (From rtundiiy'M D.illy) 'Did annual report lor tk fl'ciil year adiug Juno ;I0 of Cnuuty School Hit f)rintcndcut Jolly t-ltowH tho expend! noro of .175,11 1.01 I'or school purposes, t' tli in ,'iiiioiiut V'l'.iilHI.lO was expend ol from tnc general fund. The expenses vt the Prcseutt High Hobo! were :t,'-00; $3,8i:t.lli watt paid out of the bond and intnrt'Mt fund, d'Mi out of the Institute fond, nnd tf7,'l-t7.T." out of the fjiruliil taxes for school dintriot No. 0, the lat ter expenditure being for repairs auJ kojldlug of tho Jerome school house. Tin expenditures of the previous year amounted to t02,07(i.3i5. Thu fionded indebtedness of Pics cott schol district is .W,000, iS,00 of which in in six per cent interest bear ing bonds dur in It'll. The remainder lnur interest at the rate of .1 per omit. Of the total itidcbtcdnes, i'J.OOO is due Jn 10H...

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. — 8 July 1908

WBBXLY JOURNAL-KIXER WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 100. PAGE THREE NNIVERSARY OF NATION'S BIRTHDAY FITTINGLY CELEBRATED IE II CREDIT FIREMEN IICTOBS li HE CIH OF PIESCBTT ....ntld flTTKPAUin EVER ATEMTTBD BEFORE. ANY III TUe-OF'lR NTS T ii riim Humfny'H Dally) . in . iiniiir 11 ii niiriuin , i .( ( unit Vernon nvcnuo west fiutlfv s'roet, Ornml Marsnnl V. K. in l hi aides. If. K. Bchn and ... ivmll loadlnir. Tho Trcscott .i , followed by Iho troops from 33 " - .. viku.i.lr. Maior Foster command- Company F, 2lt Infantry, undor -mikI of l.lotitcnaut Glass, tho only jjiwiom 1 infantry office nt. Fort . .. .iivt t m Itnn fnltnwiwl hv .. i ,. iho "Famous1 Fiihtin2 i nlr.v, wnptain murgos com isJins wifii Lieutenant Wheatley. yfit m lmi was tho Prescott fire ni Iml (Cl.lnf Johns. The - ... r ! miH worn In lino will. rnlunteor fire cuinpniiics on foot. ...i ,nI.ihini iii Min linn nf flrt nn Im ni'nf ujtnn tn Itin ij, bring tin' subject of much favor touininit. A feature or tno lire . in lm nqmiln wnit...

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. — 8 July 1908

PA OK FOUR WEEKLY JOUBNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1B08. THE ARIZONA Oldest Taper in Arizona. Published by THE JOURNAL -MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNES, Editor and Manager. TERMS: Daily, pur year . . . Xfeily, per month . Tcckly, per year . . V? eckly, six months . Weekly, three months Payable in 'Mie Journal-Miner will be continued until ordered stopped. Hills arc sent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay inc same promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office ami pay amount due. Entered at the. l'ostoffice, Prescott, Editorial RAILROADS AND Nothing is more MgniuVant of tin great victory won by President Roo sevelt in his buttlo to bring the great jircdatory corporations of the coun try to' a realization of their hoiijc of responsibility to the laws enacted for their government, and for th protection of tht rights of the people, t...

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. — 8 July 1908

J T f ' ' WEEKLY J0VRNAL-MINI1B WEDNESDAY, JULY. 8, IMS. i . t . PAE FIVE IE an esc IFIRE MAYOR CONGRATULATES TOWN ON ITS LUCKY FOURTH. THE (From Tuesdays Dnllvt Alter the regular mooting of the city cuiiwil dosed lust night, the mayor taiiipi.meiited the members of tho city foumil o" ,MU 1"nct tna 'no u'y rl" 'i disastrous firo July 4 nnd 5 luring the celebration of Independence Djy by the reckless discharge of flro no'rkN m many Instances contrary to city ofuinnnce. Compared with other sessions of tho rounoii the rcgulur meeting lost night very tame, hardly unything out of lit Kural routine cowing up for dis fusion. City Health Officer Day'H report re commended thai the Del Kio water sup. pU' sluuld be exclusively used in the wanner muuths and that the water from Hi" Thofbccko springs be not cwJ if possible. The report announced eight visits of tho Roosevelt bird to city homes in June and tho death of oalj three bona fWo residents of the eity, the lowest death rate of nny city 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. — 8 July 1908

WEEKLY JOUKNAT,MIJER WBDNKBDAY, JULY , 1MB. I'AOl. HIX ft 'i i ' il i 3 ' NT Social Mirror l I'rntii .Sunday ' Daily) .ludgo mill .Mr. .1. .'. Hawkins "n outlined delightfully on Wednesday welting ;il Ihoir home mi Mount Vci iiiift avenue, in honor of Mr. I'reil V. I'ostrr, fun I tin- Whipple Itridge liil. j At Hi" i-lo-f nf a very pli'iiHiuit eve ning i)t'li'ioii lofreshnient wore sorv l, tilt' high won' prize being awarded to Mf. IMwurd A. .Stiirgo, u silver jelly spoon; ami to Judge Sloan, who nyoived n fountain jm ii for tin gntlc men' high eoio. Judge turd Mr, linn kin' guests were Mnjor ami Mrs. '. W. I'.rstet, Major ninl Mr. ('. t'. Wiili-iilt. .Ir., Judge ninl Mm. It. II. Stonn, Mr. ninl Mrs. Paul llurks, Mr. :md Mr. I'liilip Tillinghnst, Mrs. IM ward A. St urges, Mri. William 1". M'hontloy, Mis. .1. I Taylor. Miss liar riot .Ititn Olher, Major .1. M. Watts mid Mr". A W. Kdnnrds. Mr. ami Mr, Francos I.. Wright vviti- hosts nt a charmingly appointed dinner Thttr.dny evening, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 8 July 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MIKE WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1008. rAOE SDVBN CAUSES LIMITED WRECK I rxin Wdeso'M,,s Dolly) iU.i' i.i'ik negligence or penury ou tiif t,.-Tt of tin Hantn Fu ICallraad Com " ' i i't'il tho disastrous wreck of T" i j'tfurnm Limited near Wlnslow jud b night, and that tho company li j f . heavy damages when suit is trurfli by the relatives of tho three KiHetl in tho tragedy, and the thir ty tr more pnssengers seriously injured, u ttc ..pinion of Attorney A. C. Spin- jI(,r ( Pittsburg, u passenger oa the jjlfy, 1 traiu who arrived in Prescott Attorney Splndlor nays that tho rails aBj to ks f the culvort were not warm ,,1,1'n . luminud imraodiately after the jc.iJi'hN Indicating that tho culvert lad been burned several hours before without being discovered. Kvidcutly ibrre was no patrol of the track Sun jjv lu bin opinion no trackwalker lu'il t;pu nt tho scone of the accident for at Ic-'iHt fourteen bourn before the rtftinu of the limited, running nt the rate f f forty-flvo mile...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 8 July 1908

PAGB EIGHT WHEKLY JOURNAL-MINEI WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1MB. BODY NOT THAT OF'BIG FLEET mm ON Mrs. Martin Returns To Denver Happy In Her Hopes lr.fn IV. i) ImiIj i .Mr. I. tin M.trlui titiiiiii'd !o her mime in Ih'nvor fiinii Anil I'ork Mon day (ifloriHMin, ii happy womnii, after Mthfvinu hcridll with two perwiiuil p.vnmtnntbios, that the remains of the ywing inn ti run over nod hilled :it Ash lrlt Mny were not t hi of nor son, II r(tl I frank Mbhi'l, who toft Den Vt't. i'.iIh., fur purls unknown, Mire'i Ith. Mix. Mm I in liu advertised in the metropolitan pioss nl' tlii rnutitrv ex li.'iiiivi'ly fur information concerning llic whoiouhnuts nt' hit son, offering u reward. Ilei journey to A nh Pork was ihic ! ti letter teethed from ii foil ilui'tor on tlio main lint' of tin' Santa u'ho tend .tin' dcsi-riptiou of her sou nlitl iii'lli'vi'il it tallied with that of tint young 111:111 in Axli I'orh Upon receipt nl' tint letter she immediately Irft Denver mill hiiil tin' remains of the iiiil'o...

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