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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 27 April 1910

aoWfoatf saw aa W im'mt - 'e: '"' 1 ! K UTTEHANCES .j..i.4. 4..... , 0MB WIOlS Shame .on , the m o cultivated taste who.prmit. t n develop iniy i"iio.iousnes that unfit UJn c. ; T rorkaday wor d. u,"nK u,e 4 . I . - M . . rough wor OI woraaaay world Ur In a dreadful ttilav 1,4.1 .... ata 8o self respecting aatlon, can . eight o ' "SKS t5 'dWW"I. " The greate-iSf .11 curse. . .he8",," SSUtT " I decline to rteogalte the mere multi-mlllona ! VIl . ' ' mi.,e wealth, aa u of value o any coB"r? ' " f " It Is bad thing for a nation to raise and admire a ... ' ,tandnrd of ueqaai. , , "Ul1 ume falie . . It ! n argaef rnarked'-peHUeal weakness if 'anr'neonl. ..... ' , tendency to be carried away by me,e oratory ri0ple Um " work ' 'h"Ph" ' In' actual governmental 1 titan will at a... L. .ia . ii mmm yea- rr.i. iui tuu n will ileal frnm vah f PAULS. France, April 23. To use jl'ruiaVnt Roosevelt's own words, iiv marked me crewman or his . S' lii ttT At H III .TO "I lenerw, Krom noon until midnig...

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. — 27 April 1910

6 wkxkly jotnurAXrimnES wednwtoay, apil 37, 1910. BUILDING STAND AT HUMBOLDT BALLPARK Smeltermdh Expect To Trim Soldiers In Sundiy Game RtchjihWiationsFor Meeting With Phoe nik Banca IVrM "-- - ----- lk.ll. (irand, glowing account arc being received from Humboldt to the. ef- feet that their team has befit no much strengthened that they have designated it fre All-8tar team ot Humboldt. It is said thy bavo been going through mjhic strenuous prac tice and have no far perfected then aelvea that Whipple will to aa easy ark, Sunday, when they cross bats. Then there is another story. "H6m about that Wtrfopto teas of ours!" which the pcvU it m prood of. They alM bave been, doing strenuous work lately, priacipatlv in the iofleJd and with the stick. Kaeh afternoon they can lit seen on (he poll diamoad try ing nut their different player nod bringing the team up to a state of perfection. It is assured that the Romn will be hot :iud furioiiK, for the Miners are Innkl ww-m pvw. v tao uri 1 it s. ...

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. — 27 April 1910

.., T1TT1MI1 WM (J.. 1.1 f . I V"W 4F. Mri 47, Ittt- dig News In Rittaf (From Thursday ' Dally) nnMt Of Wtr. ... Vnmlii Maver of -MuTcr I. 1 1 r i ...... o ip tin- city, the guest of her Bister, it. It. . i-ooney, ior a xew Jays. ii.. i Victor , . K.JBwtBnas, the physlclnn i k. I'nlnnil asinmr comnnnv with , wife, i n the city oa p.rofe,s . ii... a .tfl Officer Haw. 5, y. Arthur, atfttjeaed. nt Poland, . t . fc. " J. l ..i w tin mrritfft sin A tit tat . ? . tun t,. Colliaft. A Wll klflVI mf --. , " . -7 man or wicacnrg, arrived la city yesteroay aa a supply nur- pend' Lnb Com Ork. ii U Ciuiunl. kn ku ku i ik IIrooKiyn-Anaeav anaing cams if tome months, reached the city ..riinv. una win sorrn a mj r- " ' J" . . . m . . I - 1 --i1 1 m . t ' . in 1 1 1 r twblvih iihi k ri i ibh prniBi at ton top aoicp m a niBiae prop- I iu rtstr )o the ;ora mcuob, whee i flodu arc raalsjr, jravlnjf to- md Army Vatanuw. t, .Childers, cotnuander of Bar ftjt Vt, (J. A. R., . tJa city, and i J. Judd, adjuu...

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. — 27 April 1910

mrnwrn wkhmdat, aril zt, iih, ....... 11 idiiliiWi.ini III.. . " '""""""'P""" 1 T?ifc TEDDY TELLS FINCH E RACE 5UIC . (Continued from Page Five,) the body politic. Fttit only less do-Mazy, the vicious, the Incapable, otibt UUHT I'.llllll.. 1'llb .fill., luni iinr.ri im . v,M", . I m . . I . . ...1 : . l.i. t .... I I . . I...... 1 1... ........ ,1 n! n I n thnP sirnuie 115 n ciii'.cii 11 inn iiuiiiumi 111 iiim- int.- irni k" ' opponent and real ally, tin? man who ire far-lighted, capable, ami up- .. e e 1 11. ..1.1. I. mnLni llm I i..l. . .1 t.. u'tc .flint tj tinf t rill );iii. n n rV . . - . 11I ,iiiiii b true. Lot un try to of the possible good, burl up. but lot 11 beware of tn- Impossible liottor forever tho enemy and .mm.)' bo true. Lot un try to mn pimaum; Liriiii. ii.i 1 i ' 1 I'm ...... U. fun iimi 114 liltln nffonl to evil of leelini.' down. If a man How the doctrinaires of an extreme stumbles, it is a good thmu to help nilivnlualism as tin doctrinaires of I liirn to Inn fr...

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. — 4 May 1910

ft Journal-Miner PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 4. 1910. FORTY-SIXTH YEAR ARE REAL IPTflDP mu una rcMucui 5 murwg diu WiU be NaterMy Changed L.i .ntivat MaiauiM Maw Kill ' - When House and Sen--" ate Confer v AnooKUd F; ivAomnuiun. u. May - . . - 1 .Ml (11 - my 9. ruiironu uiu win ic omascu- hi-U . a k b til V IVIWOU U . ' I.U111I.IL1ILD lending Regular Itopi.blicnnv to f . A t . . . J - . . i I 1 At - i tho Hon n to Insurironts 1ms been vlr uuv Huccunaiiii. tL7aI.. . 1 . 1 1 1 ... A A B r- 170 ci f r f ii t a e J " . fe 1 i mi 1 1f.i1 a. .1 r 1 1 II... 1L. T ? 1 111 t inns ti r 1 1 n ww t nr w rui nfirr a m luun Liuii a aa Liiu iiuu rr. un iiu v r rrr a r . will be enacted. In fact, tho differences between the Bin nnii 1 1 nil hi n rn sn itrnnr t m ti t 1 .. . f . V 1 1 1 If7 ! nil I ino tip , ii f ill) tho cnltro bill falls in conference. Thn uHnnttnn t sn iimfn flinf "Prno. nnr 'I'urr. tr in t in ii'if taimrfr t?na T)fmntrf ncr nf nnJ tlmr fli...

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. — 4 May 1910

2 WasVJKLT JOtMAtrMSmB WBDHMDAT, MAT 1 ltlO. TERRITORIAL Tucson The entire force of United to Msrshnl Ovorlook has gone to Tsanbstonn lo bo present at the ses ia of (bo district court, which rvtii Momlnj. Tucson District Attorney Henton Trick says that no prize fights will be permitted hero on the occasion of the Cinco do Mayo celebration. Thus nave the plans of a bunch of young ports gang n'1 Bley. Douglas The Cunanen llasebul) team defented Douglas at this place last Saturday. The score wns 8 to 1 A brother of Christy Mathewson, who pitched for Douglas, did not show vry good form. Jerome Tho Knudson converted procee of treating ores is to be given a test at the United Verde saiae. Onn furnace of this type is Was; installed and will be ready for juration in about a month. The Method of handling the ores under this system Is through the pyritic farexess and one of the advantage is that the percentage of cok is reduced t a minimum, only about 1 per cent being required. now bt DIVOKOB...

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. — 4 May 1910

mammxr, hay 4. me. 0 RUSH WORK ON TERRITORIAL ROAD BANDS Or SHBBP ABB MOVING NOBTHWABD (From Friday's Dally) In 11 few day? hence, Congress Junction mid points adjacent will ro turn to their former condition, so far ns the thousands of head of aheep I nre to be considered that havo been wintering there. The season of rang I tntr and shearing is drawing to a clone, and already several bandit are I7ill Dv II7tlM IC lYtwfc n the northward movement. I f -1 . l! iL a - I i n jim, traveling norm 10 nm rangn. and is at present in Skull Valley, iliiCr lAJllliAll. liaSf where his team are. Hen Yaeger of Camp wood wan in T n air.-. -1 If it A mAAA th0 city yesterday and in ft few days rornuuiy Awaiucu. m to cong juno. to Pre. Creek country for the coming sum- i-m w.!J. I. n.n inter. Before leaving for the Capital last Ight, Ji B. Girand, Territorial ea ineef, made the announcement that rithin fifteen day after the success- al bidder for the thirteen mile treteh of the north and south road it ...

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. — 4 May 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 Maniger. HaSar ths requirements of the new postal law, abacriptlona are payable la ad vaaea in order that the paper may ba permitted to paaa through the maila aa Moad elue matter. Accordingly, aubacrlptlona will be itoppad at aspiration. TERMS: OtHj, per year 9 Daily, pr month 75 Wkly, per year -5 WMkly, six months .5 Wkly, thre months . Payable in Advance. at Postoffice, Prescott, OMION Editorial WELCOME TOR DAUOHTER, John S. McGroarty, whotto romantic ftn touches nothing that it does not adorn, welcomes into the union of Mates the youngest of common' wealths, anil nt tho same time the eld at daughter of America- Arizona In this wine, from tho pages of tho Went toast Magazine: "Old ns Kgypt, t even older, Ari r.ona 1m yet 11 young ns yesterday 'a bloom and blossom on...

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. — 4 May 1910

II" , ' ' 'J..!, V , k--.'S.lur ,..! WMKLY JOUmttAXrMIlVBB WBDNBMAY, MAT 4, 1010. Itir i 1TTV TVTfcTY W TIT ACTIVITT SHOWN IN DRIFT rZNOX IS TO BIS OOLD STXIKB IS i SMELTER IS I WON TO' . ATTRACTING ATTENTION OPERATE iN SWANSEA BIG BODY OF ORE ft 1 T T f Hi if i f mm n w m. n Ready to Join Yavapai's ig Producers (From Sunday's Dully.) A . t lt 1 1 ( I 1 til be added to the rich producers . i - i . t 1 1 ' . .. , i , , pi ore that aave been recently 1 1 1 -1.-1 It.. Ttl.l Ml 1H U1IL HI 11111 1MIL lFl LnB J11U' rcHsurc cimm. ums uiuci uiiurs CUUUVT. bUG A 11 UdU Allll Mi working along1 in a -qnlet, unpre- . 1 I - a a li l r 1 oil an imnatrtnt.t.innliv tnr. people wero not aware of the I 9 fl I i 1 1 methodical and intelligent sys- S 1 . A If . J . of the fact that the Tick and was one of the few mines in t l . . . I - . It 1 l 1 Inn ilurinir tfnn mcrnt. nnnlo. Like tho Littlo Daisy, which I - . fa 1 -1 , officer, nnd oven tho general n r r l . i time to tho supervision of the - t r - ...

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. — 4 May 1910

0 mXY JOtJBVAZrMMR WXDHESDAT. MAT 4. 1910. ARTESIAN WATER i Aqua Pura Problem Solved For Gila Countyseat Heavy Flow Renders Un necessary Deep Well Pumping As tht! remit of the sinking of n new well nt the city pumping plnnt, the water mipply of this rity him been increased (n the estent of 1,500 gallon an hour, any Ihn Gloho Sil ver Uelt. Water win encountered In tho new well nt ' n depth of about :iOO feet, nt what is believed to lie the bottom of the (Ilia conglomerate The water rose to within less than 100 fect of the Hiirfacn and the well was tap ped Tuesday by drift connecting It with the old wells. Tho water has been flowing continuously since the connection was mude anil It is believed that the flow will be per inn neat. Owing to difficulties encountered in Kinking the new well, it is believed that when a second hole is sunk that n much larger flow of water will bo encountered. After apparently pass ing through the (ilia conglomerate, several dnya ago, the drilling tools wero...

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. — 4 May 1910

-"V WMtZUT MVMTI1 MMJM WMHfMDAT, MAT . lflo. ITIZENS WILL AID 1 I'" N CENSUS TAKING (Trees atotMreW DaLlrt Hiring the far-reaching import-, asked today to make an annm.nr. to ipreacott of a correct eeasai, meat to their coagregationa in re- CNlNCWS ...in Brief (Prom Thursday's Dally) erae vmvmt, Valley, ber of cititeaa assembled at fard to the matter and aak those who th cUy B b,,!,lBCM vl,,t for c,nflDfment ,n J" win mnyor or this city, dcalrea !o Mm Wn n , I w,nc,re"D0U" " brother, Urn. George Colton and her inter Onarlcs Sackett, a railrond man and cstlntr dnturhter. irf.i an engineer, who formerly resided in oral week at tho home of her father ims cuy. ins mother is seriously ill and mother, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. D. Ad in mm cuy. lams of this c tv. left i.Ur.1n n rtuma. ner aome at Flaifstiiff. whr W lorn JicHncrry was sent to the husband Is employed with tlm link county jail yesterday for an assault bltt Mercantile company. on .loscpn urewer, in which the lat ter was handled na if a ...

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. — 4 May 1910

8 DEEP MYSTERY IN ICHURCH IS VISITED DISCOVERY MADE BY BOLD ROBBERS Believed That Remains Found Are Those Of George Mahard, Weil-Known Min ihg Man in This County- AT a:30 O'CLOCK THIS MORN ING CORONER" McLANE TELE PHONED THAT THE BODIES OF GEORGE MAllARt) AND WIFE HAD BEEN POSITIVELY IDENTIFIED. NO TRACE OT THE CHILD HAS BEEN FOUND. CORONER McLANE STATED THERE WAS EVERY IN DICATION OF MURDER, FOLLOW ED BY ROBBE&Y. Arriving in 'kirk (ami Valley, yes terdny afternoon, Vriini riding the range, Charles ICiilott and llorb Cook called ill the sheriff's ofllcc in this city over the . telephone, stating that while they were ' paining "nlnng tho Hassayanipa al "'George Milliard's ramp, at the olJl "" Ofi Finn placer ininen. thev were hbrflfied Ho see the dend body of d fnlin lying In front of thu tent, an.1 trf'.idd to'the grew Koine nnil glrantly M'cnc, the Wood wad flowing from'ihe iiinriV face with' chickens citing ,' thorofrnm. "Neither dismounted, aiiii lifter "a hasty exam ination ...

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. — 11 May 1910

t n o o Weekly T ' - .. Miner PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 11, 1910. Journal- SI OPPOSED ontLIW WILL BY MARK Ugly Rumors Floating Around Corridors Of TheCapitof. Charged Democrat Ar Striv ing to Slay Measure Now Pending BY IRA hf. vyAHIHNUTON, D. Vcllng will proceed to the railroad Dill. BOND. 0.,. May 0. on amendment! The tidal vote . rrL.... J..'. t-.j... Will IK ri'nruru muiouu; ui j iiu.j, tt tbc latr.it, Monday. Tkrn -t he? statehood bill will be paic unfinished business dally until tkfy arc passed. Then' are prcslstent rumors around tie eorrldors of the capital that Mark A. Pmitli, former Delegate from Ac ross, is endeavoring to get up a committee of Democrats throughout Arizona to come to Washington to de feat tin) statehood bill. Cameron introduced a bill for sink experimental artcslnn wells In Itg Ariromi, prilled. For this $100,000 Is nppro- PROSPEROUS COUNTRY. T K. V. .Stephens, tho efficient deputy anfisor of 4ho county, niter sever...

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. — 11 May 1910

WXDtfMDAY, MAT 11, l10 MUCH BUSINESS IN DISTRICT COURT (Frem Ttiurstav'a rmlly) Tcsterduy Inaugurated the first nc live day in tbo present term of the IMttrict Court, ami the following pro ceedings were liad: Judge Doe, on assuming tho bench, announced thnt ho hnd overruled thn motion of II. 'I'. Andrews to set aside ttw order hcretoforo made by the roort !n the suit of A. .T. Head against the l'rescott National llnnk. John Mason ltoss, attorney for the Prrscott National Hank, objected to the court considering the motion at thJa time, and notice of appeal to tbe Supreme Court wns given, Five witnesses before tbu grand jury, rending at Atih Fork, refused U attend that body, and ut the re quest of Assistant District Attorney O'Kulliran, bench warrants were is sued for each. The cases of the Hank of Arizona Tt. J. C. Snow, and the same vs. J. W. Hobbs and J. C. Snow, and the ease of It. 1'. Tulbot, guardian of the Pevine child, u minor, ngaimu J. W. Hobbs, were entered on the calendar....

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. — 11 May 1910

After Murderers SearchContinued Believed However That the Guilty Parties Will be Apprehended With in Short Time by the Officers. (fwa WilMir'l ataam-.i That Oeorge" Mnhnrd and hit wife uric the victims of two men who rjottd his enmp In the Oro Fino fbftr rrctton it tho belief of the of t(tn who investigated what ii re ti(i as without queition one of U most cowardly and daitardlj nines that has ever stained tho fair same of Yavapai county. Immediately on receipt of the news rf the terrible crime, Coroner Mc bate and Sheriff J. W. Smith went io tbc scene of the killing and were lomfied to find that Mrs. Mahard lad alo born assassinated. It it tlic belief that she was flaio while attempting to go to tho muc of hrr husband, who was tin dcabtedly slain before ho had any opportunity to make a defense. TBao (icorge Mahard there was no Utter nor moro popular raining man ii the entire county and his death ame at a moat severe shock to his lost of friends in (Prcncott nnd the atire county. It...

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. — 11 May 1910

WBJDinMOAT, MAT 21, 110 THE AJyZQNA JOURNAL- MINER Oldest Paper iti Arizona. Efltabluhed March 9, 1864 Published by THE JOURNAL -MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. TERRITORIAL ROAD DEMPSEY POWELL REALITY VERY SOON IS REARRESTED J. W. MILNES, H-i Vmit the requirements of thg now postal law, subscriptions ar peyabls is ad ruM In order that tfao paper may be permitted to paaa through the mall as ad-class matter.' Accordingly, subscriptions will be atopped at aspiration. TERMS: Daily, per year .'. I9.00 Daily, per month 75 Weakly, per year 2.50 Weekly, six months , 1.50 Weekly, three months, 1.00 Payable in Adrance. stared at Poitoffice,, Preacott, J 1 l V i ; jUii i M..).' t I' by mxnci When nil in written, lono and Baid, nod you uru in ybun little bed, with juat u thought of ' tomorrow snlt, yonr poor old conscience at a bnlt. You may begin to- poudor. The Jfoldiers wore u lot of dubs, ngainst t'aot awful Mnyeritc; small chnnce lad...

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. — 11 May 1910

'V REWARD TREBLED IN MAHARD CASE Sum Totalling $3,000, Offered For Apprehension of MurderersDouble . Funeral Yesterday. (From Sunday's Daily.) IXtrrmin..! tht nothing hnll bo.nlyed way, . I L. i.ft undone 10 apprencna inc. coward T iMAMitiH of Mr. and 'Mrs. George - ftv .lit . yiUrd in uro vino, ciwxrns wnote uJifiiation is now it white htfat .over lit dastardly crime, yesterday con ttibutcl most liberally to the re nti fuuil, Increasing it by $1,500. flomnor H. ,E. SJoas. on hia. re tire to Phoenix from Tueaon author 5 territorial reward of 250 for tie apprehension of each of the mur Unit. These suma .together with the munis of K00 offered by Sheriff Jim faith mill 500 .by the board of su ttmasrs lnhi),' the total rewards to 3,000. It i.i believed that private contribu- ticni will swell tho total to more tkin 43.000. making it the Inracst reward ever offered in. Yavapai coun tr for tbu npprehonalon of criminals. Private citizens and firms who yea- Utitj subscribed to tho reward fun...

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. — 11 May 1910

WMUCXrT JOtnUfAIMXMn WEDNESDAY, MAT 11, 0 i Cily News : ...in Brief MM (From Thurlny 'h Dully) J'roin Silica Mmiivi. (. (. NMIcr, operating I lie nillcs inliii'M near liewey, is In tin; city mi :i business visit. To the Oo.mt. Walter Miller, (tin .Icromo merchant, wni mi iirrlvul in Urn city yesterday, mill will leave tlilH iminiin for an xtcndcd trip tit I tin count on pleas lire. Delivered Cattle. .1. K. I'derwn, tlu Mesa feeder of :nttlr, yesterday delivered a ear of beives to tlinO. IC. meat market of I city, mailing Mm regular ton iby trip. . . Ooc to Range. Charles Iturko of Willintun arrived in the city Tuesday and loft yester day for ()hI( Creek, whom he has ranch iiml range intercuts to look after. Crown Kltvs Arrivals. Among thn urrivnls in tlie city yesterduy front "Crown King worn thri following: tlcorgu Wnnncr, Mr. find Mrs. (leorge Olney, M. K. Staple nml Jennie Wallers, rrom the Resort, A. I'. Mallard, the company car prntcr of thn Castle Hot Springs com puny, reached...

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. — 11 May 1910

WXDWMDAT, MAT 11, 1.10 OT OF THE KING OF ENGLAND MILI11AIN WERE ARRESTED Ld VII, wto returned to England a vacation, ten days ago, ap. Lstl)' 'n t,,u ,,Mt ' "i died mgbt nt 11 :45, in the pretence tbf ropl family after an 'illness' Imi than h week, lie waa sen- !j ill )r than three daya. George Frederick, Prince of Walei, Lredrd to the throne, according to I, Urn of the Kingdom, without any mil ceremony. Hit first official act waa to tend Jifjatcb containing the announce- ,t of she dth of Kdward VII to Lord Mayor of Loads. Ipnpidiitii soon afterwards issued official bulletin. a at f a Iptramonin, louowing Droacnius, if l&ted to have been the canae of nth but the doctora refuted to itt? iuch statement. Some of the itedi of the Jeccaied monarch are trinccd tbnA worry over the po- L'caJ lituation, aggravated, if it did ciuie his fatal jillaeaa. End AaMdft. IhtelliRenco of the end of fata reign it not n surprise, aa toe public had prepared by early bulletins The ilonible restaurants...

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. — 11 May 1910

T JOVBWAXr WKDWEJOAT, MAY 11, 1918 LITTLE DAISY SHOWING FINE PRODUCT . If route News,) Interest in tliu development nf the United Verde Kxtensiou continue!, (mil the new developments, as work progresses, uroir:ti;fi Hit; belief that Mm property Ms going to give Joromo another great mineral producer. Work nlong the wjKl" extension of the ore body, ns well as tli.it of drifting north iiml smith from vvin' in north drift from shaft, .jiifM on. The south drift from the winr.t- in of special interest beeoiuo qf tbo fact tMt it Is being driven to tap the Jarjijcf' ore body, nnd nil thp point where It will enter it Is a matter; ;af I 'speiulhtion, its pro gress is naturally a matter of great interest. A announced in tlio News before, It it the expressed intention of the. company' to first block out their ore and then' Rink' a working shaft nt some convenient point on the ground. It iii' also 'now the inten tion nf the' eo'mpany to install an up-to-date pluht, the beat to bo pur chased. The...

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