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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 23 April 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1913. Proceedings of the Board Of Supervisors of Yavapai County, Arizona. OFFICE OF HOARD OF SUPERVISORS, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZ Prescott. Arizona. April 5. 1913. Board of Supervisors of Yavapai County, Arizona, met April Sth, 1913, at 9:30 o clock a. m. Present: Win. Stephens, Member and Chairman; H. W. Heap Owing to the death of E. j'. Park, Clerk of the Board, it was deemed necessary to appoint an Acting Llerk. Upon motion of Mr. Stephens, sec onded by Mr. Heap, W. E. Glenn was appointed to this position until such time as a regular clerk could be appointed. There being no further business, the Board adjourned until Monday, April 7th, 1913, at 9.-UU a. m. WILLIAM STEPHENS, Chairman. Attest: W. E. GLENN, Acting Clerk. OFFICE OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZ, Prescott, Arizona, April 7, 1913. Board of Supervisors of Yavapai County.Arizona, met pursuant to adjournment April 7. 1913, at 9.-00 a. m. Present: Vm. Stephens, M...

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. — 23 April 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 23. 1913. Till AIilT i 1T i TAf Ksammmsmit rnUtMUANb r AVUK cub News 1 THE S fPNir pninrpt -a i V r iTJ-ZJ i miss Alary AlcNicholls, niece of , Uc;t " . ' -ko airs, c j. .Michaels, of Humboldt ,thS. ;J?2r &bc J to learn that she ' - , , "v'kwi iu graduated a Jew days aco from i renew early day associations when Los Angles hosS as'a Sed he was a vottnc man under ivmtv -....t i. , . . """" vcars 'ofVre"" tWYBty nUrf-C' ',n,, Ia,?r shc contemplates re v'. ,c.. Icaves ,n a fcw turning to th s city to practice hei or Kirkland. Skull nn,l Tl,nmn. ,r,,: y lo Practice liei son Valleys and other iliticT in plowed a nurse Tin STO and the western part of the county. He Phoenix and U Jl! .. Z.Jnj Auto Fans Regard Charms of Road Over Bradshaws Most Favorably Says Attorney Morrison (From Saturday's Daily.) Robert E. Morrison, who returned a few days ago from a trip through the southern cities of the state, re ports that there prevails a general f...

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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. — 23 April 1913

8 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1913. U. S. GRAND JURY NOW IN SESSION Out of 155 Defendants Before Court, 126 Are Charged With Selling Liquor to Indians. Special to the Journal-Miner. PHOENIX, April 21. When the United States District Court was convened at Phoenix, Monday, for the empanelling of the grand jury for the April term, Judge Morrow -was confronted with more men in the prisoner's box than at any time before in the history of the federal or territorial courts. There were 155 defendants before the court, 126 of whom are charged with selling liquor to Indians. The grand jury is composed of the following persons: J. H. Allison, F. fc. Criswell, Henry Clifford, A. W. Flickenger, O. D. M. Gaddis, Geo. 3L Lilley, R. J. Perkins, Sr., John H. Page, John L. Pepper, A. C. Sieboth, E..A. Tovera, David Wil- lace, W. H. Brophy, Junius Brew ster, Jas. C. Custer, J. H. Dobson, "W. H. Gibbons, Paul Hobby, W. A. Lines, Geo. S. Marable, Nabor Pa- checo, R. Power, A. T. S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 April 1913

Weekly Journal -Miner PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY HORNING, APRIL 30, 1913. . .. FIFTIETH YEAR r- s"- I A rT7-T1T7 ATT MANY FIGHTS ARE ARE BALKAN ALLIES HELD MONDAY NIGHT HE OFFERS ON VERGE OF WAR? Victory of Brock Great Surprise to the Tans Ate Attel Bests Cnaney. Sir Associated Press. MILWAUKEE, April 28. Jack Dillon easily outpointed Bob Moha of Milwaukee in their ten-round no- .decision contest tonight. Easy Victory. BRIDGEPORT, April 28. Fred die Welsh, the lightweight champion of England won an easy decision over Al Ketchel of this city in their ten-round bout. Attel Wins. BALTIMORE, April 28. Abe At tel was given the decision over George Chaney of Baltimore at the end of their fifteen-round contest. The men fought at 124 pounds. O'Keefe Knocked Out. AKRON, April 28. Matt Brock of Cleveland knocked out Eddie If Bill Before the Calif ornia Legislature Is Passed. Uy Associated PressSpF SACRAMENTOjf April 23.?The Senate bill prohibiting the sale of ticke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 April 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1913. PRESIDENT PARDONS PRESCOTTPRISONER Charles F- Hamilton, Serving a Sen tence For Bigamy, Is Released From JaiL (From Saturday's Daily.) An unconditional pardon from Pre sident Wilson made Charles Hamil ton the happiest man in Prescott yesterday as he walked out of the county jail a free man, after six months of confinement. Hamilton -was sentenced on October 21 of last year in the Federal Court at Phoe jjix to serve ten months for bigamy. The trial developed the fact that XnC Uiai UCMUfCU fcuu ... there were mitigating circumstances and accordingly the sentence impos ed by the court was a comparatively light one. It seems that Hamilton who is a stockraiscr in Coconino county, had a wife in California. She had sued once for divorce and later on sued a second time and as the husband made no defense, he supposed, according to the state ment, that it had been granted. With this belief he married again at Grand Canyon and soon after...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 April 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1913. SON COCK Three Cornered Partisan Debate House Full of Acrimonious Tilts . At Bourbons, G 0. P. And Bull Moosers By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, April 24. Re publicans -were described as "dead, damned and lost forever," Demo- cracy accused of rushing "to clean its feet on the Progressive party doormat," and the Progressive party characterized as a "branch shoot tfrom a dead Republican trunk" in a three-cornered tariff debate in the House today. Representative Hamilton Fordney oi Michigan took up the cudgels for the Republican minority, bitterly as sailing the sugar schedule the listing of lumber and wool as ruinous to -American industry. Hamilton ridiculed, the democrats and criticized the President. "With ihe cocksureness of a man accustom ed to instruct the immature mind of youth" he said, "the President in his address to Congress, undertook to settle, in eight minutes, problems that had vexed the minds of states MIGHTY MICH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 April 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30. 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: lHv. ner vear j 1 j Daily, per month 75 Weekly, per year 2-5 Weekly, six months , I-S Weekly, three months Payable in Advance. Satered at Postoffice, Prescott, Ariz., as second-class mail matter Tinder the reauiremenU of the new postal law. subscriptions are payable In advance tarder !ha?u rX mar be .permitted to pass through .the malls aa second- ri.u matter. Accordingly. suDscnpuons SatteT marked 1 with one or more stars UHiONjas5TLABE EUROPEAN WAR PROBABLE. The situation in Europe is exceed ingly critical. Montenegro insists that Scutari, gained at enorumous cost of treasure and life, shall be held at all hazards. Austria announc es that there must be an immeidate evacuation and if the great powers do not ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 April 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MI NET?, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1913. 5 ARIZONA SOCIETY People From Prescott and Different Parts of Arizona Form Social Organization in California. SAN FRANCISCO, April 26. The opening of the Panama canal demands a celebration that shall be in accordance with the immensity and importance of America's master achievement. The nation has decreed that such a celebration could be held only in an international exposition in which all the nations of the world could participate. Under former President Taft, the nation decided to hold a mammoth exposition in 1915 at San Francisco, to be known as the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. The ex position will be opened on Saturday February 20, in that year and will continue until Dcvember 4, lasting through ten consecutive months a record in the history of world expo sitions. It is - intended that all the States of the Union shall take- part in the exposition, acting as hostesses to the nations of the world that shall b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 April 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1913. PRESGOTT 6 Ml NEWSITEMSFROM SOCIABILITY RUNlFARMERS TOLD LY HUMBOLDT - OF STUDEBAKER HOW TO KILL DELIGHTED WITH THIRD VISIT IS OUR NORTHERN IDE TO THE SCENERY CAPITAL HONORED SECTION MACHINES Judge Moore Now Heads Odd Fellow Order Of State. (From Saturday's Daily.) At the recent session held in Tempe of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows of Arizona the following of ficers were elected: J. M. W. Moore, of Prcscott, grand master, formerly deputy grand master; R. L. Anderson, of Olobe, deputy grand master; L. E. Rice, Morenci, formerly grand treasurer, el ccted to grand warden; Geo. A. Alintz, of- Phoenix, re-elected as grand secretary; J- G. Belt, of Saf- ford, grand treasurer; grand trustees are A. Niclson, Tempe; N. A. Mor ford, Phoenix; and A. W. Smith, Tucson; grand representatives, Ro bert S. Longmoore, of Mesa; and W. K. James, of Phoenix. Here are the retiring officers of the grand lodge: R. S. Longmoor, Mesa, grand master; J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 April 1913

EWER GENGY CLAU Three Cent Fare For Concurrence or Rejection Eight Hour Day for Women Measure Passes The House Special to tbe Journal-Miner. PHOENIX, April 25. The three cent fare bill, -without the emergency clause, passed the House today and was returned to the Senate for that body's concurrence or rejection of the House's action in removing the emergency clause. The bill was first placed on final passage with the emergency clause, and having failed to receive the con stitutional two-third's vote of the elected membership, the entire mea sure was killed. This action was then re-considered and the bill am ended by striking out the emergency clause, and as stated above, was fin ally passed. The measure as passed JJuts the burden of proof on the transporta tion companies and not on the Cor poration Commission as to the ability Hunger Their Worst Enemy Appalling Conditions Are Found In D cut an When Town is Entered By Victorious Troops. CETTINJE, April 25. Conditions at the fortress o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 April 1913

8 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1913. K X X it x is 5 I City News ....in Brief Visiting Friends. Mrs. M. A. Roberts is in the city from Wicfccnburg visiting with rela tives and friends, and is at the Head Hotel. Home Again. Mrs. Ward H. Wheeler of Mayer, is in the city for a few days visiting with friends and is at the Hotel St. Michael. Country Visitor. Mrs. John Stanley, wife of the manager of the Coyote ranch in Lonesome Valley, is a visitor in the city and is at the St. Michael. County Sojourers. Mrs. M. A. Baldwin and children, of Jerome Junction, were in the city yesterday visiting with friends and will return home today. Visiting Daughters. Mrs. D. M. McCormack, of King man, is in the city, to remain for several clays on a visit with her .two daughters, students at St. Joseph's academy From the Mines. A. K. Lee, for many years min ing in Big Bug district, is in Pres cott on business, from McCabe and reports considerable activity at sev eral camps. From Sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 7 May 1913

Weekly Journal-Miner PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY HORNING, HAY 7, 1913. FIFTIETH YEAR., WAGE CUTS MUST BE . GENUINE Inquiry Threatened If Any Jockeying Is Suspected By Arioclated Press. WASHINGTON, May 5. If re ductions in the wages of working men follow the enactment of the tar iff bill the investigating powers of the Department of Commerce will foe called upon to establish whether Ihey are-of a bona fide nature, ac cording to Secretary Redfield. Wil son approves of Redfield's ideas. He had a conference with Secretary Redfield and declared probably the first inquiry would be the pottery industry. Representations were made that a reduction of wages would follow a change in the duties. J TO TRY JACK 11 Negro Pugilist Facing Trial on a White Slavery Charge By Associated Press. CHICAGO, May 5. Twelve Jury men to try Jack, Johnson on charge of white slavery had been selected by the government when the first day of the trial ended to night. None was accepted by ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 7 May 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1913. WILL REHABILITATE REPUBLICAN PARTY - National Convention is to be Held. In 1914 ancl Various Elements Brought Together. BY WINFIELD JONES. Special Correspondence. WASHINGTON, April 25. The old line Republicans are going to sake a strong effort to rehabilitate the party. A national Republican convention- is to be held early in 1914, according to statements of Re publican senators here. The con vention in all probability will be held either in Chicago or in Wash ington. It will adopt a change in the rules, so that delegates to future conventions may be chosen on the basis of party strength in the vari ous States, rather than in proportion to the State's representation in Con gress. This would limit the South to a few delegates, and leave it with about one-tenth instead of one-third of the total strength in a national convention. In addition, this convention will in all probability adopt a new national platform. The platform of 1912...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 7 May 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1913. YAVAPAI IS CAPITAL (From Wednesday ' Daily.) With but one dissenting vote, that of Mrs. James Loy, lately Socialist candidate for mayor of Prescott, a crowded mass meeting of represen tative citizens last night, at the superior court room, severely cen sured Governor Hunt for his veto of the Penal Code, containing the death penalty, and commended the legislature of Arizona for continu ing in force the death penalty in the statutes, urging that body to retain it there. Resolutions. "Whereas, Since the dawn of his tory organized society has decreed ?he death penalty as a punishment and deterrent for certain crimes in order that society itself might be justly and amply protected; and "Whereas, The principle of self preservation which is the justifica tion and necessity for all law, is recognized by Holy Writ given to mankind from on High, wherein an all merciful God has laid down the law under which the transgressor must be punished...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 7 May 1913

4 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1913. JOUR R 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: $9.00 75 2.50 1.50 1.00 Payable in Advance. JEatered at Postoffice, Prescott, Ariz., as second-class mail matter 25aily, per year Dally, per month Weekly, per year Weekly, six months .. Weekly, three months Under the requirements of the new postal law. subacrlpUons are payable In advance to order that the paper mar be permitted to pass through the malls aa aecond dui matter. Accordingly, subscriptions will be stopped at expiration. All reading matter marked with one or more stars rj sigmuea umi ure oamc a nn.i.8 matter, paid for or agreed to be paid for. Tke Crying Need Is For Men. Frequent reference is made in the dispatches from Phoe nix of the approadiing end of the legislature. Thank God, if the new...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 7 May 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1913, j . , eternally dupe the people with specious pretensions while doing the things that comport with personal ideas and interests. He is too small a man in his grasp of the situation to successfully fill the position of governor, and the longer he is permitted to occupy the gubernatorial chair the more discredit he will bring upon the people of Arizona and the greater the chaos that will result in the state. The recall of Gov. Hunt is a mighty good thing that should be steadily pushed along. 0 Yavapai County and tke Governor. (Bisbee Review) The people of Yavapai county are bitterly resenting the action ot (jovernor Hunt in his refusal to allow the criminal law in the JOURNAL MINER TO HAVE NEW HOME 1 W-V On or about September 1, the Journal-Miner will have a new home. Demonstrating, in a practical manner, its unswerving faith in the future of Prescott, the management of this paper has closed a deal for the purchase of the entire Ot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 7 May 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1913. House Kills Lovin Bill Which Sought To Amend State Engineer Law Nat ional Guard to Encamp Here. Special to the Journal-Miner. PHOENIX, May 2. The House day finally disposed" of, by killing Lovin's bill amending the present state engineer law, which bill sought to change the present road building policy by giving County Supervisors increased authority in the matter of the adoption of highways and the expenditure of road funds. It is the second time the bill has been killed the previous time a re consideration saving it. It may therefore be considered that the ex isting road building policy will' re main. There was a lively scrap during the clay over the acceptance of con ference reports concerning the sal ary the Attorney General will re ceive next year, which subject came before the legislature in the salary bill. It is thought tonight an agree ment will be reached fixing the sal ary at $4,500, but will not affect the Incumbent, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 7 May 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1913. 7 GRABS PIPE AS HE FALLS George Newman Escap( )c at Cordes From A Watery (From Saturday's Daily.) Wednesday afternoon at Cordes, what might have been a sad ending to the breaking up of that big sheep camp for the season, was narrowly averted by the opportune appearance of John Summers', when George Newman fell into a well and had a most miraculaus escape from being drowned. Newman was in the act of lower ing the bucket for water and through' some cause fell forward and into the well, which is seventy-five feet deep. Fortunately, however, as he was falling he had the presence of mind to grasp hold of the three inch pipe, and descended about midway, when his downward transit was stopped. In this perilous position he held on with all the tenacity at his 10m mand, and at the same time his cries for help attracted the attention of Mr. Summers, who was passing by on a wagon loaded with wool for the railroad siding. Rushing to the point...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 7 May 1913

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1913. 8 WHAT A STRANGER THINKS OP PRESCOTT Seeks for Years for Congenial Climate And by Accident at Last Finds it Here. That Prcscott is one of the best health resorts in the State, or in the entire West for that matter, is a claim that can be made without fear of contradiction, and there is almost daily evidence to sustain the asser tion. Its high, dry altitude and its pine clad hills with their balsam-laden at mosphere, free from malarial or oth er contaminating influences, are . of themselves acknawledged prerequi sites to the ideal climate for those afflicted with throat, lung or ma-j larial troubles, while in the even temperature, sunshiny days and cool nights, the invalid finds comfort by day and healthful rest by night. Apropos of this, and as a further testimonial to the efficacy of this climate, there may be cited the ca3c of Chas. M." Day. a newspaperman who arrived here from California about four weeks ago as a sufferer from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 14 May 1913

Weekly Journal-Miner PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, HAY 14, 1913. FIFTIETH YEAR. SCAFFOtD 1SWUHH0LDS READY FOR SIGNATURE GOODWIN FOR DAY Hurderer Must Pay Penalty for Crime At Globe Today Uy SsxoeWted -Press. GLOBE, May 1Z John B. Good win vill be hanged at eleven o'clock tomorrow for the murder of Alfred Hillpot, by United States Marshall Overlook. A message was received tonight from Attorney General Mc Seynolds saying President Wilson refused to interfere. IS AUVIOST DISRUPTED BY CLEVELAND, May 12. Manager Joe Birmingham of Cleveland broke the bone of his instep and fractur ed his right leg when sliding to sec ond base in today's game. With Lajoie out of the game with a brok-j -en bone in each hand the lineup is uch disarranged. . . 1 m Off PENROSE'S PLAN TO HAVE OPPOSITION Many Republicans Will Not Join in Fil ibuster to Force Hearings on Under wood Tariff Bill. By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, May 12. Sena tor Penrose's plan to conduct an ex tens...

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