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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 3 May 1905

News From Jerome JEROME, May 1 (Special) The visit to Jerome of Senator Clark has been the momentous event here, eclip sing everything that has taken place since the disaster in the mine that re sulted in the dead of six men. Senator and Mrs. Clark arrived here Saturday night in their private car, and will remain in the city while the senator inspects his immense holdings, for which he is said to have once re fused an offer of of $100,000,000 from an 'English syndicate. The Unitct1 ""erdc is now turning c more copper t'm it ever has, and it believed tin before Senator Clark leaves he w"! impart instructions to his men that will mean a still greater output. Though here only a couple of days he has already seen much of the sur face -workings, and will be taken un derground before he leaves for Butte, Mont., and then for his eastern home. He has been in consultation with Sup erintendents "Will L. Clark. Tom Tay lor and William McDermott during a part of the time that he has been here, ...

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. — 3 May 1905

VEEDBE VIBRATOR The Veedee Vibrator is a small nana power machine intended to reliere and cure bodily ailments by nature's method, liy its use instant relief is felt, which goes far toward encourag ing the patient to comj lete his cure. I shall be pleased to show you the Vibrator. Every cell, nerve, fibre and tissue is stimulated into normal ac tivity. A few minutes treatment will convince any one that this is1 true. You can feel that it is true. You don't have to take anyone's word for it You will say "There is the thiug that really does the work." For facial massage there is nothing like vibration to rest the tired mus cles and smooth out the wrinkes.stim nlating the circulation and building np the underskiu, the real basis of a beautiful complexion. John Tiedemann, Local Agent. Cottage back of 117 N. McCormick St., Prescott, Ariz. Call up' phone 311, the Kentucky Liquor House, for good old Port, Sherry and Claret at SI and 81.25 per gallon. Orders delivered to any part of the cit...

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. — 3 May 1905

; CAN'T UNDERSTAND HOW MR, SCHWAB CAN DO IT His Bid For Re-Construction of Russian Navy Amazes For eign Ship Builders WIFE LEAVES ID Si GRIEVES By Associated Press. ST. PETERSBURG, April 23. The sens of the conclusion of arrange ments between Charles Schwab and the Russian admiralty for reconstruction of Russian fleet, contained in these despatches, was telegraphed back to St. Petersburg and published here this afternoon as being the first informa tion on the subject furnished to Rus sian oeople. who were waiting continuously in the corridors of the' admiralty building. When the fact3 became know to them, they descended upon the admiralty in a body, demanding detailed particu lars of the mysterious method of con struction, by which Schwab has pro posed to build ships of 20 per cent higher efficiency than anything now ! afloat, but obtained little satisfaction. The few superior officers, who took The news created great confusion ' part in the secret negotiations, hare among agents of...

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. — 3 May 1905

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Sunday's Daily Miss Letba Wilsou left yestenlay fdr Phoenix, near where she will vis it for some time with relatives. Airs. Fred Sattes ana mother will leave today for Los Angeles, where they will visit during the summer. Colonel J. I1. Wilson has returned to the city yesterday from Phoenix, where he has been for the past few days on legal matters. Misses Vera Lu 131ake and Ida F. Marshall, Yavapai county school teachers, were in the city yesterday from Tdrkeyton a shopping tour. The Monday club will meet in the kindergarten room Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. This will oe the annual meeting and a full attendance is de sired. E. A. Sawyer, or Winalow, is in the oity. He was formerly an official and recently disposed of a large merchan dise store. He states that the cattle men of his section are better pleased than they have been for years. Miss Gertrude Thompson, one of the talented teachers in the Phoenix schools, was here yesterday on the excursion train. Miss T...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 May 1905

AL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, HAY 10, 1905. Forty-Second Year, BACK OF THE STRIKE PHES DENT 1 K LIED N TAFT DUMBFOUNDS THE WEEKLY APPEARS TO BE BROKEN Conflicts Occur Occasionally Be tween Teamsters And Workmen CHICAGO, May 0 The large de partment stores and express companies today resumed business on almost a normal basis. They sent wagons into the extreme parts of the city, in some instances without police protection. Many Men At Work. They transacted their business with out interruption or trouble of a se rious character. Sixteen hundred teamsters arc at work today, and the number will bo increased tomorrow. Strike May Spread. J Notwithstanding this apparent gain, i jiowcver,-there arc strong indications j tonight that the strike will spread within the nexty few days, not only among the teamsters, but will involve other unions as well. Drivers ofthc Wenig Teaming Company, a largo con cern chiefly engaged in delivering rl...

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. — 10 May 1905

More Buildings ror Whipple. (From Thursday's Daily.) Major "Walcutt, constructing quart crmaster, stated last night that sb more buildings have been ordered con structed at Fort "Whipple, in addition to the eighteen that have already been mentioned, making a total of twenty ifour to be built there inside of th Beit eighteen months. The total cost of the six additional buildings trill be about $100,000. The estimated cost of the eighteen build ings that have already been advertis ed for is $200,000, running the total t be expended by the government in im provements at Fort Whipple about $300,000. Major Walcutt returned from a visit to San Francisco on Tuesday evening. He reports having enjoyed his trip to the coast, and says Mrs. Walcutt -will join him here in about a week. Major Walcutt was pressed last night for more particulars about th new buildings, and stated that the largest will be 150 x 103 feet, and will be two stories high. It is to be con structed of brick and stone, and ...

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 May 1905

News From Jerome .TEKOirK, May 3 Tlie managers of the Decatur property, near Jerome, will have that property again under de velopment in a short time. They are now arranging to start pumps at work to take out the water, after which sinking and drifting will be begun. Woods Ee turns. Dr. Woods, chief physician for the United Verde company, is back in the city from Needles, where he has been for a few days to confer with parties interested with him in a gold property near that place, ire reports being well satisfied with the progress made at the property, and says that there is ev ery indication that it will become a big gold producer. Cattle Conditions. Joe Campbell, formerly assistant postmaster here, is in the city from Prcscott. He has decided to go into the cattle business on account of the fine prospects for this season. Camp bell states that the outlook was never better in this county for the cattle men. Road to Cottonwood. Complaints are being made here that the much traveled ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 May 1905

Arizona Journal-Miner IdMt Paper In Arizona. Established 1W4. Published By JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING CO. J. W. MILNES Editor and Manager. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS- Entered at the postoffice at Prescott as cecond-class mail matter. Published every day except Mondays. THB JOURNAL-MINER will Da continued nn til ordered topped. Bllli are tent oat fgnlarly, nd inbicribtrs are requeued to pay ttis lame as promptly ai poMlble. Subtcriber who desire the paper stopped at any time srr nxsnuy requested to iena notice to int nincr ana pay up me amount aue. TERHS: Daily per year $9.00 " month 75 Weekly per year 2.50 " Sir months 1.50 ' Three months 1.00 ANDREW CARNEGIE'S GIFTS. Andrew Carnegie up to the present has given away a total of $121 ,323,000. As it was his own money, gained legi timately under our laws, he should be permitted io uisoursc it as he pleases, without officious and annoying criti cism from the several millions of per sons who think that they could have put it to better uses. E...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 May 1905

MEMORIAL SERVICES I OF PRESCOTT EAGLES (From Tuesday's Dai! v.) Seldom, if ever, have the people of this city witnessed a more solemn "and affecting ceremony than that vrth which the Prescot Aeri- Xo. 233, Fra ternal Order of Eagles, paid honor So their sacred mad on Sunday afternoon. These ser '. . s were the first of the kind ever conducted by the local aerie, and the exer-Uos were in perfect taste,-' were faultlessly presented, and the sub lime scntimcii'.s expressed in song and oratory, in majestic musical composi tions, and in the beautiful stage set tings and electrical accompaniments, were highly effective, and inspiring of the noblest thoughts that emanate from the brain of man and the sacred words of holy writ. It was ccrtainly a master mind that conceived the cere monies of this memorial day of an or der which ranks among the best and most beneficent of fraternities, and which has for its bnis motive the uni versal brotherhood of man founded up on the eternal principles of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 May 1905

CANTA FE, PRESiOH 3 & PHOENIX RAILWAY CO TIME TABLE NO. 48 THROUGH TinE TABLE. BRANCH LINES. SOUTH BOUND I , NORTH BOU.M 2nd First first 2d class class class claj- Na.3 No.l STATIONS. No. 2 No.4 dally aally daily dail) A. M. P. M.l 5 35Lv. 6 07 5 so; Ash Fork....Ar 1 05! 12 46 12 33 6 It 5 &: 5 U 6 CO 6 23 6 46 7 10 Meath , .Rock Butte... .Cedar Glade... 6 17 12 20;4 4 P. u.j 7 40 8 00 8 25 9 25 9 50 10 IS 10 40 11 551 6 34 6 44j ..Valley. . .Del Rio.. 12 021 4 1 4 11 11 54 7 00 ..Jerome Junction. Granite ..P. E. Junction.. Prescott...... 11 39 3 31 3 (T. 2 It 7 16 11 24' 7 30 11 1: 2 30 2 It 7 451 7 55j 8 25 8 29 8 35 8 43 10 58 10 48 10 25 1 24 p. m, 12 54 Alto Summit.... .....Iron Springs. .....12-Mile Spur . 12 54 12 11 12 58 10 22 1 04! 1 12 I 10 1 12 40 12 :t p. u 1 28 Ramegate..... Sknll Valley.... Kirkland Grand View.... Hillside Date Creek , Piedmont ..Congress Junction. .....Harqua Hula... . . . . . Wickenburg. . . . 9 51 12 Oi 1 53 2 10 2 35 3 05 3 22 9 28 9 09 11...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 May 1905

1 B1TT IS LIGHT WEIGHT CHAMPION OF THE WORLD In a Fierce Contest With He Gets Decision In Last Round Englishman Made Game Fight And At One The "WOODWARD'S PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, May 5 James E. Britt, of California, became the champion light -weight of the world tonight, when he knocked out .Tabez White, of Eng land, in a close and magnificent 20 round battle. With just twenty minutes to go, Britt hooked the Englishman with his left on the jaw, and the foreigner went to the mat, -where he lay flat on his back for eight seconds, ne stag gered to his feet, powerless to defend himself. Britt swung his right and left to the jaw. The referee to save the plucky Englishman needless pun ishment, stopped the contest, although White was still on his feet leaning against the ropes in a helpless condi tion. White was carried to his corner, and in a few minutes revived sufficiently to make a little speech, in which he said: "I fought the best I knew how. I received fair play, but Britt is evi d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 10 May 1905

m E is Defense Places Great i Faith In Its Value Work of Securing Jury Is Difficult And Slow It has been liintol more than onec recently that the prosecution has had "something up its sleeve," which will produce a sensation. Thte defense has Moated the idea, and has looked omin nsly wise. Yesterday one of the at torneys for the defense discovered cer tain evidence which will have an im portant hearing upon the case. It was aot produced at the first trial because f the fact that it was not known at that time. The Journal-Miner is ac quainted with this evidence, and while Sot obvious reasons it cannot be pub lished at this time, yet it can be said that the facts arc of such a character that the defense will rely upon them to a large extent to secure an acquit tal. The work of passing jurors for the Storm trial is proceeding very slow ly. The venire of twenty returnable at 9.30 o'clock yesterday morning was exhausted by noon, only two jurymen having passed. A venire of thirty re turnab...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 17 May 1905

WEEKLY ARIZONA NALMINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, HAY 1 7, 1905. Forty-Second Year, JOUR STRIKE SURE TO END WITHIN A FEW : DAYS Mayor Dunne Takes a Hand And President Gompers Arrives On Scene CHICAGO, May 16 Although no facts transpired to fully warrant the prediction, it is asserted by both.mem bcrs of the Employers' Association and the conservative element in the ranKs of the teamsters that the present strike will be called off, probably within 4S hours, and certainly by the end of the week. It is not likely that any definite ac tion looking to the adjustment of the trouble will be taken before the meet ing of the National Officers' Union, which is expected to be held here to morrow. Chief among the causes which led to the prediction of the settlement are the firm stand taken by Mayor Dunne when in conference with President Shea and officials of the local team sters' union, when he informed them that any further spread of the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 17 May 1905

Page Two PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, MAY 17, 1905. TRIAL OF STORM (From Thursday's Daily.) The jury that will try J. P. Storm, cx-connty treasurer of Yavapai coun ty, "was selected yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The panel of twenty four men was completed during the forenoon, exhausting the venire of thirty which was returnable at 10 o'clock in the morning. The jury, as juries go, averages up well. It is a representative jury of young men and old men, taken from all parts of Yavapai county, and is composed as follows: V. AV. Bosiey, J. A. Humphreys, AV. T. Esser, Ed. L. Whitney, E. J. Pas cal, Tilden Scott, Frank Cavender, D. C Robinson, J. E. Miller, John Ander son, A. Harrison, Frank Flora. The active work of, the trial com menced at two o'clock sharp. The defendant, J. P. Storm, surrounded by his attorneys and his wife, showed un usual interest in the proceedings. He frequently consulted with his attor neys, Boss and Sullivan, J. C. Hern don, and A. L. Hammond. For the prosecution, Dist...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 17 May 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, MAY 17, 1905. Page Three News From Jerome JEROME, May 10 The arrest of Irs. Issoglio for disregarding the new ruling of the council in regard to wo men in saloons was the second of its kind, the first instance being that of a musician who was arrested Sunday and fined $3. Although the Issoglio case will be a test one, persons versed in the law believe that the attempt will be futile, it being pointed out that the legislature has delegated to city coun cils authority to make and enforce such police regulations as may be Jcemed proper. In cases where this authority has been contested, the fact is cited that the district courts have -sustained such -ordinances. In the case of Louis Issoglio. some sympathy is felt, for in his native country, Italy, saloons arc not regarded in the same light as here. There a wan usually has his wife to assist him in waiting upon his customers, and he had a petition in the hands of the council requesting them to permit his wife to help ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 17 May 1905

Page Four PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, MAY 17, 1905. Arizona Journal-Miner Olden Paper In Arixona. Satablithed lbto. Published By JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING CO. J. W. MILNES Editor and Manager. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Entered at the postoffice at Prescott as eecond-clasa mail matter. Published every day except Mondays. THE JOURNAL-MINER will oe comma J un til ordered stopped. Bill are tent out igularly, and iubicribtrs are requested to pa; tbe same as promptly as possible. Subscribe who desire the paper stopped at any time t errantly requested to send notice to this olflrr and pay up tbe amount due. TER.T5: Daily per year $9.00 " ' month 7.1 Weekly per year 2 50 " Sir months 1.50 ' Three months 1.00 JANUS FACED JAPAN. The Japanese have taken on civiliza tion as though it were a garment, and the best that can be said is that it fits them like a kimono. Japan was nev er measured for tb modern garb in which it now struts about. It order ed more than sufficient cloth to cover its barbarian nakedne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 17 May 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, MAY 17, 1905. Page Five News From Jerome JEROME, Ariz., May 13 Killing frosts are reported from the valley, early garden vegetables being prac tically ruined. The damage to the houses on the hill side back of the company's house oc casioned by the severe storms of the winter, is being repaired as fast as the ground drys out. Retaining wills are being built to prevent similar dn make in the future. Dr. J. M. Lowry. who will tai charge of the practice of Dr. Colcma-. during the lr.tr r igontleman 'a absence, is much plcav ! with Jerome, and it is likely he w"I decide to remain per manently The "Mus: :1 Love Story," a pro gram social, will be given nest Tues day, under the auspices of the Ladies' Auxiliarv of the Congregational church. Refreshments prepared by the ladios will be served. Mrs. J. Mulhall, who has been vis iting in Los Angeles, and Mrs. O. AV. Draper, who has also been absent in , California, returned home yesterday. 1 E. Brooks, one of the owners of th...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 17 May 1905

Page Six PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, MAY 17, 1905. CANTA FE, PRHOT J & PH(ENIX RAILWAY CO TIME TABLE NO. 48. THROUQH TinE TABLE. BRANCH LINES. SOUTH BOUND I I NORTH BUUMI 2nd First first 2d date class class cla No. 3 No.l STATIONS. No. 2 No.4 daily aaily daily daib A. M 5 30 6 00 6 23 6 46 7 10! 7 40 8 00 8 25; 9 25 9 50 10 15 10 40 11 55 e. u. 12 54 12 58 1 04 1 12 1 28 1 53 2 10 235 3 05 3 22 3 4 4 101 4 35: 5 00 5 15 T. M. 5 35 5 S3 6 07 6 17 6 34 6 44 7 00 7 16 7 30 7 45 'I 8 25 8 29 8 35 8 43 8 55 9 14 9 34 9 54 10 09 10 29 10 41! 11 02 Lv. ...Ash Fork. ....Meath... Rock Butte, .Cedar Glade. IF. M.!P. U .Ar 1 05 6 It RAILROAD REDUCES ITS RATES ON OIL A telegram 'was received yesterday morning by F.- A. Jones, general freight and passenger agent of the Sa nta Fe, Prescott andtPhoenix Bailroad, conveying information that is of vit al importance to the mining and other industries of Prescott and vicinity, and which will undoubtedly stimulate M,e?.th; 2 46 5 5.- j the deevlopment of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 17 May 1905

Page Seven- KORNADO AfTERM ATH ; AS KS PRESGDTT TQlEPITOMEDFREGEKT MISSOURI MOB LYNCH ST THE E AT S A GRUESOME A DEWEY SIGHT NEGRO PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, MAY 17, 1905. N DESPERATE PRO EOT Carloads of Coffins Arrive At Snyder For Burial Of Victims SNYDER, Okla., May 12 Nearly one hundred corpses were buried here last night and today, removing the Host gruesome evidence of the tor- j nado which nearly destroyed the town on Wednesday night. Xone of the injured died during the night, but some of them are being kept alive only by the efforts of the physicians and nurses in the emer gency hospital. Soon after daylight came, people were at work getting ready to per form the last rites for the dead. Three carloads of coffins arrived during the night, together with a dozen undertak ers from a convention of undertakers in session at Oklahoma City. Workmen also came in on special trains, and the work of burial is be ing carried on -with the utmost dis patch. A heavy rain this morn'iDg rendered ope...

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. — 17 May 1905

Page Eight PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, MAY 17, 1905. A HEM. 1 IT ME n n Hotels And Restaurants Doing a Good Business The Sound of The Mill Is Heard in The Land 'Special Correspondence to the Journal Miner. WALKER, Ariz., May 1C Our min ing camp is Looming at last. Super intendent Marrs is kept busy looking after the several properties that are "being worked. The old Dixie mill is running, the sound of the stamp being sweet music to those who have waited long for a boom. Hotels are Prospering. The hotels are all doing a good busi ness. J. AV. Johnson has returned from the Goldfield country, and op ened up his restaurant again. AV. Wicks has leased the Walker hotel, and is scr- vin customer!! in first class s tvle. Picnic Time. Numerous picnie parties from Pres cott visit this camp often. A delega tion came out on Saturday and another on Sunday. They all seemed to enjoy climbing the mountains. This cer tainly is an ideal place for an outing. Personal Mention. Miss Pearl Henderson came up from ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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