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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 9 March 1910

Weekly Journal-Miner MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, ' WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1910. FORTY-SIXTH YEAR RFFF RARDN CAMERON BATTEBS " HE DARIIf CD IS MRT UfllllLII Riniv Mill N I 1 1 U11UL. I, Millionaire Ctidahy Wal lops Man Whom He1 Finds-Unexpectedly In His Home BRUISED AND BEATEN FINAN .CIER WILL NOT START ANY PROSECUTION By Assodated Press. KANSAS CITY, Mo., March 7. Jere Lillis, president of the Western Exchange Bank, was assaulted by John Cudahy, the millionaire packer, when the latter found the banker in his home on Saturday night, but he will not prosecute. A charge of disturbing the peace against Cudahy will probably bo dis missed when.it comes on trial March' 15th. This will" end the affair, as far as punishment are concerned. Counsel for .Lillis made 'it known to night that there will be "no legal ac tion. Xillis' ..condition is improving rapidly. He will be removed to his home tomorrow. Mrs. Cudahy rushed to the arms of ier father, ...

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. — 9 March 1910

WEEKLY JOUBXAXrBOKSB WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1910 FORMER ARIZONA OPPONENTS NOW FRIENDS OF TERRITORY It. E Morrison, Home From the East, Tells of Changed Attitude at Wash ington, Regarding Statehood Situa tion Now Most Favorable. (Prom Saturday's Daily.) Hon. Bobt. E. 'Morrison returned yesterday from an extended' Tisit to 'Washington and other eastern points. "While at the national capital he did excellent work in behalf of statehood. Discussing the statehood situation, as well as general matters, with a Journal-Miner reporter, Mr. Morrison said: ,- "When I left Washington, abost a week ago, statehood for Arizona was never in a more favorable position. In neither house ef Congress are there any enemies; on the contrary, all mem bers of Congress appear to be our friends. The President is actively in terested in the passage of an en abling act at this session. What is known as the Senate bill has the ap proval of all of the Republican mem bers of the Senate committee on ter ritories, and ...

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. — 9 March 1910

WEEKLY JOTJENAL-MINEB WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1910 3 OCTOGENARIAN RACER TELLS TERSELY LONGEVITY SECRET Climb the Arizona Hills, Retire With Chickens, Arise With Stin, Is The Aphoristic Advice Given by Arizona Pioneer, "Pard" Pierce. BY NATHANIEL P. (PABD) PTEBCE. How to Become An Octogenarian Sprinter. Travel in the hills. Get out early. Don't be afraid of overtaxing your strength. you may become urea, cut it won't J hurt ytfu. Live in the open air as much as possible. It is God-given. It is the best tonie; yes, it is furthermore the greatest reviver and stimulant .known. Maybe the present generation will beeome octogenarian, and maybe not. I take at least thirty minutes to a meal. The younger gen eration apparently rush everything as rapidly as -possible, eating with jboth hands, frequently, in their haste. I eat meat three times a day. I dine every time I am hungry. It depends on how I feel. I am not a vegetarian, but 1 have seen times in. the hills of Arizona when I would have given ...

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. — 9 March 1910

WEEKLY JOUENAIrlUNEB WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1910 THE ARIZONA JOURNAL- MINER Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864 Published by THE JOURNAL -MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNES, Editor and Mamger. tJmder the requirements of the new postal law, subscriptions are payable in ad vance in order that the paper may be permitted to pass through the mails as eeond-class matter. Accordingly, subscriptions will be stopped at expiration. TERMS: Daily, per year S9.00 Daily, per month -75 Weekly, per year 2.50 Weekly, six months I-5 Weekly, three months ,- I-00 ' Payable in Advance. Entered at Postoffice, Prescott, THE CORPORATION TAX. "While it is only justice to Presi dent Taft to credit him with the most earnest desire to discharge the duties of his office in accordance with law, and for the best interests of the people, it is not necessary to assume the perfect wisdom, or even the per fect propriety of all that he does...

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. — 9 March 1910

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, ,1910 PRESCOTT PLE EA.S T ER.i E ASE5 Governor Thomas Marshall of Indiana Greatly Delighted With Reception In Queen City (From Sunday's Daily) Governor Thomas Marshall and wife were guests of Prescott, yesterday, for a short time. That they could not remain longer was a cause of genuine regret, both to the governor and his wife, and to the large num ber of Prescott citizens w,ho turned out to do honor to the chief execu tive of the Hoosier State. Governor Marshall is frank, direct, amiable. He is mentioned as the pos sible successor to Senator Beveridge, if the Indiana legislature should go Democratic, and even as a possible Democratic nominee for the presi dency in 1912. He avers that he -will not be a candidate for Senator. He smiles re garding the possibility of the presi dency. "Never will I be a candidate for tne senate, ne remarked. "L am a man of too humble means. I am trying to be a good governor. I hope to be re-elected, and all my e...

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. — 9 March 1910

6. WEEKLY JOtTENAI-MIKEE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1910 in rtnrn in xnl UNA IM 15 IU f ROAD (From Saturday's Daily) One of the most commendable pro jeets ,yet undertaken by Superintend ent of Roads Childere is the more ment to change the grade that runs down and up the long and heavy Lynx Creek: hill, about eight miles to the east of the city, on the main traveled road to Chaparral and the Agna Fria and outlying sections. 'For many years this particular stretch has "been one - of the mast disagree able to travelers, and whether the traffic was light or heavy the com' plaint against 'the heavy pull has been universal. The plan is to make a new grade from the west approach to the creek below and to descend on a. slight per' centage, crossing below the present point of the mod. In ascending the range on the opposite side like con ditions will prevail, with the addition of a short loop, when the mesa will be reached without any trouble or heavy, pulls whatever, on a light grade as on the oppo...

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. — 9 March 1910

WEEKLY JOURNAL-JUNEE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9. 1910 7 STRONG ARGUMENT MADE BY CAMERON Arizona's Active Delegate Gives Good Arguments in Favor of Little Colorado Bridge. (BY IRA WASHINGTON", D. C, Feb. 26. Cameron's amendment fo the Indian appropriation bill for $50,000 for a bridge across tie Little Colorado river, being before the House, Delegate Cameron said: Mr. Chairman and gentlemen of the committee, this proposed bridge is to be constructed across the little Colo rado river, some 60 miles north of Flagstaff, at a poiht on the ' -western boand&ry of the Navajo reservation. The first settlement, or the Navajo Fnpply point, is about thirty miles be yond the present crossing. There are praetically no people living between Flagstaff and -what is known as Tuba City, -which is one of the large dis tributing points of supplies for the western part of the Navajo reserva tion. In fact, they have a large Indian school and mission there, and it is one of the largest agencies that -we have. ...

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. — 9 March 1910

WEEKLY JOURNAIi-MDiEB WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1910 WESTERN TO REDUCE .(From Tuesday's Daily) Announcement- is made by the Western Union' Telegraph company that .effective rMarch 7th, it will bo prepared to handle night messages at the rates eusiemarily charged for. ten word day messages. It appears that 'the Western "Union"- hat' a 'large unem ployed mileage of wire at: night which is not" earning1 nytlritg. These' wire must be' maintained in unyi event to take care of the regular day.-business, and It is apparently the "idea 'of the 'new interest- ia -the te-legraph' com pany to let the public have the bene fit of them.- The- announcement states that the cTiarge for.-this service will be the standard -day rate for ten words for the transmission .of fifty words or less- and one-fifth of such standard day rate for each additional ten words or less. " This" service will be known as-- Night Letters," and the messages must be written in plain English language, that iff to say, that code wor...

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. — 16 March 1910

Weekly Journal-Miner PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 16. 1910. FORTY-SIXTH YEAR ROOSEVEL RECEIVED ROYALLY IIP Able to Hit Line" Is What Friends Say Of Popular Ex President Declines to Discuss Pressing Topics Until He is In formed on Matters By Associated Press. KHARTOUM, Soudan, March 14. The picture of health, and physical fitness showing in every line, ex- President Roosevelt returned from his long trail, on which he was absent nearly a year. Thousands from all parts of the world, gathered to see and cheer him. Later a joyous reunion of the fam ily occurred, when Mrs. Roosevelt and Ethel arrived at 5:30 o'clock this afternoon, to join him. General "Wingate, Sirdar of tho Egyptian Sou dan, met the Roosevelt party down the river, in the steamer Dal. The vessel tied up opposite Gordon's Tree for several hours, to enable Roose velt to answer the hundreds of cables and letters accumulated there. All observers remarked about Roosevelt's fitness and ...

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. — 16 March 1910

r- a WEEKLY JOUBNAIrMINEB WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16. 1010. URGE LIBRARY ON ARIZONA MATTERS Work of Quarter of Century Collecting Contains Vast Information Re garding the Southwest A library of more than 4,000 titles, bearing upon the history of Arizona, its people, climate, ruins and topog Taphy, was presented to the South west Museum yesterday by Dr. J. A. Munk, says a Los Angeles exchange. Dr. Munk has handed over the -work of a quarter of a century that jeople of the United States, and par ticularly the seekers of knowledge in the great Southwest may learn more- of the land wherein they live. The library, according to authorities, 5s unquestionably the greatest col lection of its kind in the world. Maps, sketches, photographs and books by the hundreds are to be found there. 'it was in the spring of 18S4 that Dr. Munk visited Arizona. His brother, Judge Munk, had establish ed a ranch in the southeastern section the year before and the physician left his duties in Topeka, Kan., to rest i...

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. — 16 March 1910

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINEB WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16. 1910. 3 PROHIBITION MAY COME TO MARICOPA Measure Now Pending Before Senate May Have Radical Effect on The Sale of Joy Water. If the Hamilton-Owens bill, officially- designated as Senate Bill 19S1, passes the House of Representatives in the tamo form that it passed the Senate, the effect -will be to establish abso Jute prohibition in practically every part of Maricopa county, as well as in many other parts of Arizona, and the United States government author ities -will enforce the law, says the Phoenix Gazette. Ostensibly a bill to make the reg ulations against selling liquor on In dian reservations more stringent, the Hamilton-Owens measure makes it unlawful for any person to sell or give away intoxicants within twenty five miles of any reservation. In Maricopa county it is impossible to move twenty-mile miles from one reservation without being nearer than that to another. The only part of the county that would escape would be Wickenburg. Th...

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. — 16 March 1910

WEEXX ODBitAlrMrkElK WEblfESUAY, MARCH 16, 1910. 4 THE ARIZONA JOURNAL- MINER Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March o, 1864 Published by THE JOURNAL -MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNES, Editor and Manager. TJdr therequirementa of the new postal law, subscriptions are payable in ad saee in order that the paper may be permitted to pass through the mails a cond-class matter.. Accordingly, subscriptions will be. stopped at" expiration. TERMS: Daily, per year $9 Daily, per month 75 Weekly, per - year a-5 Weekly, six months 1-5 Weekly, three months i-oo Payable in Advance. Xntered at- Postoffice, Prescott, MUD rOB THE HEROES. If there is one thing the American jeople like to- do more than to make a fuss over a hero, it is to knock him down and polish him off. George Washington found that out, for no PresWent -was more heartily abused by press' and public, during his second term, than he. One ot the solutions of the pr...

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. — 16 March 1910

WEEKLY JOUBNAL-MINEB WEDNESDAY, MARCH- 16, 1910. 5 MIGRATORY MARCUS MUCH (Brom Sunday's Dally) Like a victim- of ' eezema or some other chronic eruptive ailment, Mar ens Aurelius Smith broke out again, the other day. Marcus Aurelius if that once magic name may be repeated once more of Kentucky in winter time, of Cata lina during the- fishing season, and of Arizona just long enough to make a pretense of having a residence. with the. trail of one shorn of his power, proceeds to launch forth in an attack on the Journal-Miner. But the Marcus of today is not the Mar cus of yore. Gone is the tear-distill ing pathos and razor-edge power of incision -which once eye-bulged the verdant -voter. All that remains is a hemorrhage of words, but devoid of the smoothness that for a score of years hoodwinked the electors ot Arizona. But his blind-eyed partisans' shriekingly proclaim that he has made an able reply to a supposed attack on Smith because he has been notor iously trying to defeat the stat...

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. — 16 March 1910

6 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16. 1910. Gil BULLION RECEIPTS Heavy Receipts From Properties in This Cptinty Steady Shipments Prove Value of Claims In Yavapai (From Saturdays Dally Yesterday's receipts of gold bullion in the city totalled nearly $3,000 in value. One nicety ounce bar camo from the Tiger Gold company mill, and went to the Prescott National Bank for shipment. The other weigh ed 126 ounces, and was consigned to the Bank of Arizona, from a recent mill run at the Mount Elliott Con solidated Gold Mines company mill in Chaparral, on ores treated from the Dividend mine, which this syn dicate is operating. In addition to this big bar a like amount was re turned in concentrates. The mill of this company is run ning but twelve hours a day, for the present, owing to the fuel question in transportation being an obstacle for running a full shift on the plant. The grade of the Mount Elliott gold was of a fine character, and the bar on exhibition at the bank created much co...

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. — 16 March 1910

WEEKLY JOUENAL-MDJEB WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1910. DOUGLAS GET BUSY To Journey to Tucson To 'Meet Coast . Visitors Prepared toShowSmelter 'City in Splendid - Shape DOUGLAS, Ariz., March 11. A delegation representing the Douglas Chamber of Commerce and Mines and the business interests of this city, left "Wednesday afternoon for Tucson, where they -will hold a con ference with Epes Randolph, relative to the completion of the Southern Pacific railroad from (Forrest into Douglas. A special delegation will also .meet the Los Angeles delegation in Tuc son and accompany them to Douglas, where they will visit the big smelters. Douglas has been praying for the Southern Pacific to enter the city for years, and this wish seemed on the verge of realization late last fall, when the road was projected from Courtland and Gleeson as far as For rest, when the smoke of the locomo tive was plainly visible from the Smelter City. Heavy rock grading was done from Forrest towards Xaco, and suddenly this work...

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. — 16 March 1910

s WTTT.KTiY J 0 URN AL-MCTEE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1910. SAKS SALTING CHARGES WERE John Hays Hammond Admits Fraud Was Attempted Confirms Truth of The 'Journal-Miner Report (Prpm Tuesdays Dally) John Hays Hammond, the noted mining engineer, has been heard from, and he candidly .admits that he was "salted," or to be .specific, that an attempt was made to unload a "salt ed" mine upon him. Although it was a matter of common report for a couple of weeks that Mr. Hammond had publicly related his experience In this county, no action was taken un til the Journal-Miner, on (February zutn, editorially demanded that action be taken to counteract the slander and wipe out the injustice that had been lone to the mining industry of this county. It was then that moved by the force of public opinion, Dis trict Attorney Ross wrote a letter to Mr. Hammond, asking for his assist ance in locating the party of parties who performed the salting. In his reply Mr. Hammond dis claims any intention of reflecti...

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. — 23 March 1910

Weekly Journal -Mineff PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. 15 e 9s ''Uncle Joe" Cannon Not Bitter Against Insurgents Good Will Again Prevailing In Ruling in the Repub lican Ranks By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, D. C., March 21. IPcaco" and amity ruled in the Houso today, after a war of a week. Even Speaker Cannon let it be known that he had moderated his at titude toward the "insurgents," whom he denounced Saturday as "cowards." His declaration came following their action, in aiding him to retain the speakership. "I was misquoted, or something like that," he said. The regulars treated the "insur gents" with marked consideration. The situation required adroit diplom acy, for the "insurgents" whom the Speaker lashed on Saturday, came to the session this morning in a tow ering rage, and freely voiced to the press the determination to maintain the rebellion. Among these were Hayes of Cali fornia and Norris of Nebraska, whose resolution started the battle. Their loud cries and declarations of war...

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. — 23 March 1910

I WEEKLY j;OXJEirAIrHIHES WEDNESDAY, MAXOH 23, 1010 RICH STRIKE MADE PIONEER HOME BOYS IN BLUE ANGELENOS WILL BE ON LITTLE DAISY 1 ' Great Body of Copper Glance And Native Copper Uncovered Adjoining United Verde (Efa Saturday's Bally) J. "What is believed to bo the greatest discovery of copper ever made in the history of Arizona, occurred last Wednesday at noon, J on the Little Daisy ground of the United Verde Extension Mining J Ji company, when a body of nine feet of ore, carrying red oxide of J copper and copper glance yraa cut into in a crosscut at a depth of J. 800 feet. ' 4" J Up to the time of this measurement talcing place, the extent J. of the strike could not be determined, as the miners were still at J work in drilling into it. J. Last night another round of shots was to be fired, when fur- .J. J ther details will be yearned. J. A remarkable condition in mining was proven in this discov- J. ery, the ore body being practically solid mineral and not a pound J. of waste was t...

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. — 23 March 1910

WEEKLY JOUBNAL-MINEB WEDKESDAT, MABCH 23, 1910 3 10 BIG WATER SUPPLY Plan Under Way To Reclaim Large Arid Tract It is Proposed to Sink Tofa Great 3)epth Practical- effort is to be made in a shore time toward prospecting the arid lands around Beardsley, in Mar icopa county, for an available water supply, for the purpose of reclaim ing about 5,000 acres of desert land taken up a few months ago by sev eral residents of Prescott and Phoe nix, numbering in the aggregate about forty claimants of the two cities. To this end the Arizona Mine Sup ply company has started the manu facture of av deep well equipment, which they anticipate will be placed on the ground in a few weeks to make the edtenninations; Two plants are under construction, and the diam eter of the holes to be bored will be eight inches. Several sites will be drilled, and if an abundant flow is given, the sub stituting of a twelve inch bore will be given. It is the purpose to send from this eity with the machines a large numb...

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. — 23 March 1910

WEEKLY JOUBSAIrMOTEB WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1010 THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Paper 'in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864 Published by . THE JOURNAL -MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNES, Editor and Maniger. Usder the requirements of the now postal law, subscriptions are payable in ad vance in order that the paper may be permitted to pass through the mails as ieond-elass matter. Accordingly, subscriptions will be stopped at expiration. TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 Daily, per month - . .75 Weekly, per year 2.50 Weekly, six months 1 1.50 Weekly, three months 1.00 Payable in Advance. Entered at Postoffice, Prescott, Ariz., as second-class mail matter LABCL Editorial Comment Yavapai Scores Heavily Again. AH eyes are now turned toward Yavapai. The remarkable strike made in the Little Daisy shaft of thl United V -rdo Extension Mining company has created an interest and enthusiasm -that recalls to the memory of the early s...

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