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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 18 November 1908

' ft' 1 I .X ' v '.' "'I j' I v"- v ; ' Jfy .t i " -vl;'y WEEKLY JOURNAL-MI NEK WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1008 PAGE II VE 'The Social Mirror IE ',B M- I LtM 1 1 rum Sunday's Dally) , rested nnd enthusiastic par u, assembled In tlio bull ijou , . ,, .liiiiiii Club on Tmidity .if- response to invitations Milne "to meet Mrs. Hock simple announcement on "Impromptu Muslcalc" limt of tho rnro treat the furnished, for soldom, In e residents of l're.ieott en i delightful musical mill lit r'.iliiment. in had been made cosy ninl l.t the nrtiitlc use of rugs, t ami a profusion of beau i and cut flowers, forming back ground for the hand of thc receiving party and lilt" lilt L'T If'.' br.c . i r cram opened with a Xoc- v I ied by Miss (Intflold, a girl BJr Minn uniial talent, -who plnyu .h li.Oi skill and fooling. She was th.'iM ally encored. Additional D numbers were furnished by Miss r,8 Morrison, who plnyed the final Liftmen t of llcethoven'ii Moonlight Lcatu, und the Serenade of Chainl et Ti.c...

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. — 18 November 1908

rAnu six WEEKLY J0URNAL-MINBI1 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18) 1008 ainSON-KOHEUTS WEDDING. iKl-mri Tlnirtln . I) illy) The home of Mr. and Mm. Roberts in Hillside wd tlu seeno hi' ;i vwy pretty wedding. November to, Whew ihc'r oldest daughter, the cliiiiui ltljf Mint lmile .M. RobeiH was unit ml In mnirimre with Julian ('. (libsoii. Kov. I.. V. WliPtitloy o r tlx Marina ntfot't Methodist church of this city pronounced Hip fateful winds Hint united them ns man timl wife, using tho beautiful ii nil impresslM ring cor piiiony. A large number of relatives till friends of I hp happy couple wore present. 'I'Iip bride wit r lut riu i n I v gowned in white "ilk, trinmipil wit Ii Valoii Hcnniw hue. Slip carried n 1 o in u t t of nrtiugo blossom nd roses. Miss t'llim Roberts, hiT siller, iirtpd n hridcmnitl, wit Ii (loorgo Ii. (iibsiitt, brother of thi groom, best man. A reception nnil wedding breakfast served by Mis. Koltcrt. awl Mis. W. II. Martini, followed the ceremony. INiltiiwiny in it iurti:i...

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. — 18 November 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1008 mum uii U U II U V I I 1 ,1,1 PROFIT PAQE SEVEN i it ii. 1 i fa, t Q t I v(Ti:, Ariz., Nov. HI. -The property, which is located , i fourths of a milo from i Hi'iisntltmril striko was mado ken .1 ui; claim Iiiih already ...i - 1 1 iii-ii xr curs oi ore to uotiglus ,ir yielded handsome profit". , r proportion of tli o cutnp tiro ic oro sacked preparatory to 'i ilin smelters, i a aro engaged on tho Hky inn, bo tided b ytlio Sylvan Development Company, in tlio faro of tlio inotintalii ,r to tlio Mulling of a shaft. Hand oar claim under tlio mutt if tlio same company three . 1. I . I - .11 , ,, i ii worn getting inings in t . . rim a tunnel on mo icugo i, i w I rut me vom tit a depth of k i'i rcet nt ttto uccpest point. o rr being sacked an yet, although n'v f ore in found right nt tho stir Vt popular subscription linn been Ink- i g,i looking towards the erection of fuMit building to bo used for gar- tt purposes. A gtirimgo wagon Iiiih en...

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. — 18 November 1908

''i.v.f, PAQ"3 EIOHT WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINM WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1908 IZ ARIZONA'S M 1 F. T s n i n DEDICATION OP JUSTICE Prominent Members Here First Day's Session Used At Twenty-Seventh To Impannel The Session Grand Jury il'mm TiimmMVh Dullvt i reveriil prominent Masons unit their wlvoc nrrheil h,cre yesterday from illf ftreHt parts of the territory to assist In the dedication of the now M naon li tem lr today and attend ttie 27th mi nun I session of the grand lodge of the order and the grand lodge of the Or der of the Intern St nr. I'rolitlnrnt among those who nrrlvetl Is (lenrge J. Itoskrugo, of Tucson, grand sorietuiy of tlie Masonic bodies of the territory. At the formation of tlx grand loigo of Arizona, March till, IShii, lie was elected grand secretary, lie Iiiim served continuously until the present time, with tho exception of the yenr I SI) when he was elected grand muster., Hi com t ion with Mnsonry. bcg.nt in hi birthplace, Corn wnll, l-Iiigbitiil. Me is generally known ...

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. — 25 November 1908

Weekly Journal-Miner MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS " PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1908. FORTY-FIFTH YEAR. IN D. ROCKEFELLER DECLARES LORD ROBERTS PESSIMISTICALLY HE DID NOT FORM STANDARD OIL CD. DRAWS GLOOMY BRITISH OUTLOOK ; o III MAN GIVES OF IDEA I I flakier ailQ 10QQ jaVS W I Magnate Responsible 1 For Oil Business Ten-Strike U fVll II IklV I I V Kh h HIV I A V M. MM - m M - A H J ABILITY BAD IN REGARD TO MANY DETAILS Or VARIOUS PERIODS NHW YORK, Nov. Credit for .1 . if a . et i t IBC CrcIl-I(Hl O. II1U OsHIIUiaffU Vll uuau wa a 1. UniInfallilK an W f n n today in the government suit, to ucn ry M. Flagler and samuor G. T. touu. To tbeso master architects of tho combine Kockeiollcr. gave run cruuii, iijliig ho wns suro it was not 'nimsclf, 11 lie did not possess tho ability for to progressive a move. Jtoekofcllor spent nn arduous day on the stand under tho incessant question .... ..r i...jf . The counsel hones to conclude tho frui exninina...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 25 November 1908

PAOE TWO WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNE8DAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1008 ( t SHERIFF FRANCISj FAILED 10 FIND Printer Who Secured Newspaper's Money Makes Get-Away (From Hnturriiiy's Dullv) Hlicrill' .IiiIiii I'raini of Coconino cMiinty passed through here yesterday afternoon mi his way homo to Hag stalf from 111 l'nn, Texas where he followed Oscar A. I.eaHi, iircuil f Mealing fH7.ri from Editor Mnre 'if tho Williams New. Hhorlll Francis stated Hint l tic HI T.'iio ami oilier olliror bctm-en hi'ri' anil Tens foiled to apprehend l.ourli, who escaped into Mexico, lie said that ho knew whero Leach i now In caled, hut 1 1 1 not nay whether extra dition rfi-Ml 1 ii y.t woulil lie instltuti'il with a view of arresting I. each anil bringing lilm lwick to Coconino county to stand trial for tlx alleged theft. Leach eluded tlu HI I'nso ofliecrs liy hind him and struck him in tho back with Momi hlnnt Instrument, supposed ly a mii nt bag. This f 1 1 1 htm to tin' uroiinil. f Hi' cnllc.l ..at "(Innnl No. U" in ...

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. — 25 November 1908

WBMO.T JOVKBTAXrlONBR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1008 PAE THKE1! MASONS OF TERRITORY DEDICATE HANDSOME NEW From Wednesday's Dnlly) many Masons of high degree , illy ns ninny prominent Indies Order of the Kastcrn Htrir in nt u, the twenty-seventh annunl of tho Arizona Grand Lodge, F. M , convened in Prescott yoster- if i of tho Any was spont in ad. matter in the iiHunl way; a business was transacted; many ipiulntnnces wore renewed; and ,D i afternoon the vlniting Masons I ! 4 . t ' 1 Itfl.t I ur unvcii io xuri. Hippie. ilny ended with tho dedicatory m . n . tff c in mo new icrnpic nnd n form- option of the Eastern Star. III o'clock a. in. the Grnnd Lodge f Masons convened, C. (I. Jones nre- ml g After tho report of tho com ni ' on Credent lain, several report f hi' grand officers were read nod rciirrrd to tho rcspoctlvo cominittos. T i"M reports of tho various officers rre most oncouruging, showing Ari t ,u's incrrnso in momborship for tho pat' yrnr to lie nliout 200 members. During the...

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. — 25 November 1908

rAOE rotx WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1008 II A . it IV 2 4 f 4 I I; i. THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Paper in Arizona ' ivUablisiicd March g, 1864. Published by THE JOURNAL - MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNES, TERMS: Daily, per year $9-9 Daily, per month 75 Weekly, per year 2.50 Weekly, six months t.50 Weekly, three months 1. 00 Payable in Advance. Under tho requirements of the new Postal Law, subscriptions aru payablo in ad vance in order that tho papor may )o permitted to pass through tho malls ns vcond-elass matter. Accordingly, subscriptions wilt bu stopped at expiration. Enturcd at the Postofiice, Prescott, Ariz., as second-class mail matter MORE MONEY FOR RAILWAY POSTAL CLERKS When members of congress added fifty per cent, to their own salaries and increased the pay of ofliccrs and en listed men in the army, navy, marine corps and revenue eutter service, it was promised that the eivilinn c...

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. — 25 November 1908

WEEKLY J OURN AL-MINEK WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1008 PAOE riVE The Social Mi f irror iij tfll'l cf ' Itt-' firm una luc -From Sunday's Dally) ist week has boon one of cs ntcrcst to tho Masonic bodies, ladies of tho linstcrn Stnr. The lf 1 1 nplo dedicated on Tuesday eve 1S - .nil' of Prcseott's handsomest -, Tuesday evening tho ladies dolilen Utile Cnnpter, O. K. S., , nnl very delightfully nt nn in reception for all tho visiting r-, of the. Grand Chnptor of AH- To tho several committees is t:rcnt dual of credit for the sue- . - 1.. .... 1 - 1 .., .1 .!.. .(! i manner in eiiierwiininK inn vis- .(tor especially to tho refreshment tim 'tee, for the delicious menus 4rw I Wednesday evening Golden jslf hapter entortnincd very pleas iitlr with a five hundred party, after tW s ning of refreshments prizes wcro marled to Mrs. Jcnnio Caps of Tuc fio f jr the ladles high score, and Judge Flrtther M. Donn of Tombstone for tic gentlemen's high score. Mr. Qnl tin uf Phoenix and H. M. Woods of BMce...

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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 25 November 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1008 paob six i 1 ; IV- f4 It-. 1 I, i 'A TH OIK LOSTlCHAMBELAIN GRQUPlWARREN S0ISTR1GT GOLD km i IS FOUND Days Of Mining Romance Have Not Entirely Passed (From H.-ilunluy's Dully) 1 1 n tin legendary gold mine of the early Indians ami tin tre.isnre house fur whii'h the late pioneer Charles Itrown tiirIiil fur ninny year, been foil ml nt Instf asks tlx; Tucson Star. To thorn' wlm believe in its existence tit all ninl who ar' conversant with tint fa cti of tho lnt ton days, tin rnnvlc I in ii is -t ri'tit lu-ncil that it liri-t been. Tho story of tin mint Is this: That long yonrst ngn, hi lli.i pritml v days thi territory, the Indians li.nl a fabu lously rich gold mine in tin1 (Intalinas, that it was so rich tnat, at tin mouth of the tunnel which led to it, there wns an iron door, which was kept eon tlnunlly locked; ami that when the Indians began to lie overrun !)' the invading white man ami .Spaniard, they caved in the entrance and left ...

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. — 25 November 1908

PAOE SEVEN 15011 GATHER NG fl 1518 COMES 10 CLOSE Order Of Eastern Star Holds Last Session Of Meeting rrom Saturday's Dally) ul session of tlio Grand Order V ! .oiki Eastern Stars wos held afternoon In the Masonic if ) f. t- 1 'i I'M' do' tv of tlio year's work wns r for tho last diiy, mul this, c lf:i rtitro of mnny guests, e ilny less important tlmn tliosc i morning tlio standing nnil oiniiilttee reported nnil in the n the chief event was the i and instollatlon of officers. T'- r ollleers woro elected ami in- it 1' 1 Mr Rosalie Clark, of Flagstaff, Grati l Worthy Matron. H I Woods, of Hlsboo, Grand Pa- yon Mrv Nellie Olncy, of Salford, Asso- i .. . (iiM1 iininu .11 a I run. Mr .lennle Caps, of Tucson, (Irand n-liictrea. Mr Cynthia Hrocht, of I'rescott, Grati'l Associate Conductress. Judge Ioan, of Tombstone, Assoc!- lie drand Patron. Mrs T. S. Hunch, of Sailor. I, Grand Le tuter. Mi1 Harriett Oliver, of I'rescott, oraii I Secretary. Mrs .lennle Hrown, of Yumn, Grand Treasurer. Tli...

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. — 25 November 1908

fit L'l PADS SIGHT WBBKIiY JOUBNAL.MXNEK WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1008 f Cily (News I ....in Briei ! a i t. J ! h' ,7 ' r 3 I 1. r A 2 7 . - c i Ti i c c I " ',. ti 5 1 ' a T A. 9 5 - J. i t E s o ' 5 n. O .3 'r 7 ' " : r. : 2: : S : s : : r : : : : : : : : : : . : : : i Cf. : . ; r?. : : 1 a ti I? 4 if it . ( m l iv I) till ) Wool Grower Hero. I i,l i ii i imiilii'll, tlir h I'urK uinil grower, i lien; mi iin'Ci l.niin'. Phoenix Attorney Hero. Attorney '. I'. Aiimwurth of I 'hiii Dl.x i hen' mi profossioHnl ta$liie?g, Poland Visitor. .Mr. Mark Hrndlry arrived horn last e pning from Poland on a short rlsit Clrcttlntiiif amonjr His Friends. Willinm Mfiiffi" is in thu city from Jemme, ,-ir t.lming among hlfl many fripmls. Dcwojr Mlllors Hefc. Mr. Harnh filler, ('. ('. Miller and A. v. Miller if. Mewer are vNil mtf la Iho elty. Left for 1'lio.nt.x. Attorney (ieneral IJ. S. Cliirk loft yesterday whI for Phoenix nn ofllc- el I business. ,. Loft for Home. Wo .lock.ii-loft hit nielli far hi...

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. — 2 December 1908

Weekly Journal-Miner MEMBER ASSOOIATED PRESS PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA. HAYTIAN REVOLUTION NEAR 10 GOVERNMENT'S O- BATTLE BEATEN BATTALIONS OF ALEXIS RETREAT Insurgents Victoriously Advance On Port Au Prince Scaring Citizens PRESIDENT ALEXIS REFUSES TO LEAVE TOKEIGNERB BECOME UNEASY, THOUOH AMERICAN AND FRENCH WARSHIPS ABE NEAR By Associated prut. PORT AU I'RINGK. Hnytl, Nov. 30 Kvory hour brings tlio revolutionary army nearer and n feeling 0f impend Ing disaster ha taken poshesslon of "tM people. , ., . . , The advance gunrd of General Si mon 'm foreo Is not more tlran twenty Ave or thirty miles away, and the In surgont have Hwcpt nil before them Tiio government reverse have caus ed consternation among nil the officials with the possible exception of Prcsl dent Nord Alons. KfTorts to havo him lcavo the country have failed, And ho announces his determination to fight to the Inst. There is an uneasy feeling among the foreigners, nothwithstnndlng the present of American nnd French war ...

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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. — 2 December 1908

PAOK TWO WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1908 UltY PICTURES GOIHA New York's Main Artery is Remarkable Thoroughfare of the World In Regard to Length And Activities. fifx-ll In th Journfll-.MIniT NKV YOKK, .Nov. 27.-" The groat H street in tho world is in America - - London resy haro its Hlran.l and I'im .1911.. !i flk t . ... ..I I tltlly, I'aris its Hois tin Itoulognc niiil Chumps lilyseos tiiitl Itorlin its Untor don Linden. Hut viewed from any aspect that of mere ngo, Broadway--New York's Hroadway Is ahead of any two of them put together." Tho words were spoken todny by nn Amor loan who has just returned from a trip of several months through Ku rupo, but t.n'y may In taken as typi val of tho sentiments of those who liavB had the opportunity of compar ing tho most celebrated thoroughfare in tho United Htates with others mure or less known to fame in foreign countries. Kvon the New Yorker, who takni for granted almost all tho good and bad equalities of this city, grows ...

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. — 2 December 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1008 PAGE TUBES TUFT WILL OFFICE GO INTO WITHOUT JAR Coming Inauguration Will Not Create Much Change Within Official Circles Though Few Heads May Fall Bpsclal to ths Jsuraal-Mlaer. WASHINGTON, Not. 23.-Promlso is hold out that there will not bo ovon n jar when tho Roosevelt administra tion ends and tho Taft administration begin on March 4 next. Almost world wide attention bus been attract ed to tbe coming "merger" of the two ndmSnlatratlons. The opinion in freely expressed that history does not rocord a case of such frictlonles change in tho headship of a great government. There probably will be fewer im mediate Cabinet changes than ever before marked the incoming of a now President, except in cases where a vice president has succeeded. This is due, of course, to Mr. Taft's having o long been n member of tho Koosc vclt Cabinet and having associated as tiuch with Mr. Roosevelt's present ad visors. The only man who has enter ed tho Cabinet s...

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. — 2 December 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY,' DECEMBER 2, 1008 FACE FOUR the Arizona journal-miner Oldest Paper in Arizona. I-MaMishcd March 9, 1864. Published by THE JOURNAL MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNES, Editor anu Manager. TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 Daily, per month 75 Weekly, per year 2-5 Weekly, six months S0 Weekly, three months Payable in Advance. Under the requirements of tho new Postal Law, subscriptions aro poyablo in ad vance In order that tho paper may ho permitted to pass through the mails as lueond-elass matter. Accordingly, subscriptions will bo stoppod at oxplratlon. Enturcd at the PostofTicc, Prcscott, oxuouimSh JOHN BULL'S OX OORED. The nico problem In the United States always ban been viewed by Knglisnmen with good-natured super cillousnewi. They didn't take it se riously ul all, putting down the con siderable agitation over it to on Amer ican habit of exaggeration. Hut now that Itritaln has u race probl...

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. — 2 December 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1608 PAGE riVE Ike S ocia 1 mirror M ATTORNEYS WITHDRAW FLEA Counsel for T. O. Norris llavo Filed a Demurrer to Indictment. INTENDS TO WORK YAVAPAI PLACER GROUND Cnptntn and Mm. Edward A. 3lur- ennnt ( hnrlcs Sherman Hoyt left Fri ts nt a din-1 "ay morning for lort liunchucn. itn- ns wnri thn llntlfirill I'llosts ner party Riven Saturday evening ly . . . i t tt.t111. t. i itiiiif nnnnr linn .uin. tt iniinii i Wheatiey, ns n iiirewcii ior wu: .-jwir- geses left Sundny for their new stn tlon nt Honolulu. Covers were lnld fur IJentennni nnil Mrs. Whc.'lllcV. Captain and Mrs. Edward A. Sturgcs, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Chever- One of the pretty dinners of Thurs day was given In the Mount Vernon nvenue home of .Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas O. Norrls. The circular tublo wns do- i .1 111. ..Ham. aIiv trs ti n r li nm ti m cuiuivu nun ,un" viM?i...mi-,.v od Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold A. uiicvorion, mm I... v I-l ir u IIhIiaI Un. tj u a 1 1 rnn piitiiTii . ijriu...

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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. — 2 December 1908

PAGE MX WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINEK WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1008 CHOATt iiS BOOKED FOR SUPREME COURT Chief Justice Fuller's Successor Is Not Announced WAHIIlM.roN. Nm. -J!. I'romi bent New York I.Vpolilicsn who hno btion Im Washington lately are ;itt t ltr r Hy for tin- .tnry Hint there in a tneit agreement between President Itnoso vel nnd President ole : 'I'aft t Tint Jos eph f'houte, former r.ihnssatlor to Great llritnio, shall ... . tin' licit v.v emry on the I'tiitoil States Supreme lh'Mcn, provided it is tin associate jus tin- tt ml nm tlii! -hiof justice wlm re tires ni'Xt. 'rin chief justiceship 11 Mild to be reserved Tor anotlie r, lint no inkling is to In' had an to the identity of the man slated to succeed Chief .luf-tlec Fuller. If on i' of tlic associate justice ro tires before March 4 next, the nomini tinn of Mr. Choato will be sent to tbo Semite by President Roosevelt. If no viienncy occurs until after Mr. Tnft is, Inaugurated president, In is equally convinced that Mr. Ciuiat...

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. — 2 December 1908

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1908 PAOE SEVEN I III II i 1 1 HI I lull Mifii nnuur rnrri W W GUILTY IENKT w r . r w iv Was Accidentally Discharged (From Saturday's Dally) Exonerated from tlm clinrf nf ns- snult with intent to commit murder, "Fred Howe xvn Iked nut nf (lie court- I ... 1..... ....! i ...I, tho jury in his cnsu having returned a verdict of not miilty. Kowo wns cmirgcii wiiii minniiug wmi iim-iii in kill Ed 1'nrvoiiH nt (lovernment Springs cicht miles southwest of the city, the evening or isovcmner .i, in a insputo nvxr Ihn rniil iir llin nlpctinn. Howe's residence in tlio Quartz niouiruiin sec i ion oi i no iiansuvumnn . . a t t t ... 1 I - rtrt rami I itrnma nun uruii chkukcu 111 mninii n n , iiFniiinnimir ti inn iiittiii IUIMIHK iiii'pi'i iillllK ... mv .r.vnii'm.-e imruuiiccu nniitvcu mui inn 11--! I - ,l I 1 1 t 1L. men liud lieen on friendly (terms since I'arsoiiK settled there until the eve ning of the alleged shooting. Howe's dofense wns that tho ...

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. — 2 December 1908

VAn EIGHT WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, IMS CAMERON SElffiS MFIHUTIOI! STATEHODO WILL ! SMELTER SjLE HASTEN ; CERTAIN DFITO HOLD ELECTl'l I E I r If Clfy News Thinks The Enabling Act 'Satisfactory Progress In Will Pass At Short ! Situation Rennrfod i FRANCHISE lo Rrici ClhllUlk)ljk)ilikl)llkllliliMllklt1ililiS Hut city from short Imis! nets Session By Receiver City Council At Special!, ST Meeting Takes Steps On Measure Ki.iHi Til' l iv fMllV) llmt. U.tiili . i .iiiii'mn, Arizona's rfrfeiratf.fiV.-t ( ogress, arrived in I'rfHc.tt Muntlny morning to spend pntl of tli dj -a-i-iMg hi friend before leating fr Unsningt. f.ir thf winter. Thr viits Wen- nil, -ver, more of a so-wl Hi. in h miI . nature, for t. I'Mmer.m promised that hi' would rail on thii pMipta fcere before leaving Arisona. K.illnwiog the arduous tn - sugn, a paid hlii respects lo n miml.fr of ti-tii.iim in tin. territory, ail everywhere hit tin unit with n hearty rreiLioM. t ... ... ... -. i'ti returning iiti...

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