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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 18 May 1910

.Mr Weekly Journal-Miner P10NBER PAPER OP ARIZONA. ' IS Dr. Hyde Still Calm SEN E v-Tw-" PRESCflTT. AtT7nffi mr.tMtr.. ... . : , n.uWHfl, TTcuncauAi mukmhu, WAY 18, 1910. FORTY-SIXTH YEAR IN NERY ROOSEVELT N IS NEB LTD SITUATION SEP lleged Attempts Being Made to Tamper With Jury tling Information on Case Of Former Police Commissioner AttOdatn) Pi I SAX HA FA EL, Cal., May Iff. tj(loutcs loni'crnlng alleged Jury srintf in the grand larceny trial Harry P. FInnnory furnlsLcd the litir of the trinl. Ijtljc I.ennon called a conference tie conclusion of the trial. Will Elliott, night manager of Flan y'l saloon wns grilled, and as the nit of certnin admission, a apodal rioB of I ho Marin county grand ta been called for Thursday. lit ai learned that Henry V. Gan- u, one of the jurors, with another, at the cafe of Gennzzi'a sister. tt ii alleged to nave' entered the ty and talked of the Flanaery case tkc hearing of the jurors. Later ii mi that he naked a younger nitr, according to the jirl h...

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. — 18 May 1910

wmsxlt jawMAis-xrm, wwwmdat, mat is, wi GIGANTIC NOW MNb COMPLETION DAM K OF C. MEMBERS WQRK L Covers Area of Ten Acres With Average Depth 20 Feet Water Carried Will Be Sufficient to Generate 5000 Horse Power (From Saturday's Dally) M. V. Watson, general manager of tie Arizona Power company, nfter lev real days at Fosail Creek, on a trip f elimination of the company's in tercets, bun returned to the city, and give, nn Interesting resume of the progress of work on several impor tit project under headway there and at other point on tho system, Mentioning principally the gigantic water stornge dam at the mouth of that stream. This immense intake is nearlng com pletion, nnd when ready for service will impound 500,000 cubic feet of water. It covers nn nrea of ten acres and will have nn average depth f over twenty fcot. It will carry enough water to generato 5,000 horso power for five dnys, nnd will serve 33 x bnrrier against nny further inter raption of the service in the future This imm...

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. — 18 May 1910

WMKLT JOTOKAIrlClOSl, WZDNMDAT, MAT It, ItlO CRUSHED TO DEATH BY HEAVY ELEVATOR trie controversy with the brnkeman RAILROAD LINE SURVEY CONSERVATION IS .... i 01 cr stopping the train. MAT BE CHANOED IMPORTAN MATTER Mr. WriL'Ilt said thnt 11m iintwtlU BOLD BANDITS CAUGH George Walker, Who Resided in Pres- cott For the Past Thirty Years, Meets Fearful Fate T BY E ptr of the most shocking deaths .1 I - II .14.. y jt ((f occlirrcu id not ciigr naa uu tl(coiintable accident that overtook Kfpr Walker yesterday evening in Lt fhnft of the elevator of Richard Lo!.' mercantile oouso in this city, t(B his hend and face were crushed tfcrnl places. The manner in which this cxem tny man met his death is not known to the exact details, except that it fktill was crushed by the sudden Lid violent contact that followed tfn his head wns wedged between floor of the elevator nnd the Ljty henm that was fastened to the leer of the room. He hml been employed nil after loon repairing a leak in -the big pip...

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. — 18 May 1910

s5v WRRSLT JpUSKAIrlOKSK, WHOKMOAT, MAT 18, 1910 - v: 1- i. ? I r i ' 1 3',:' 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. trJ.. 41.. It.. .1.1 l- ,La.,l.ll... ... ...I.I In mA. raaea In order that tho paper ma be permitted to pas through the mails as I I .... A It. -- 1 lll III 1 - . - . I veou'CiMi minor. nccoruingiy, UDacupwona win um aioppew t upirauua TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 Daily, per month 75 w I .................................... ijv Wackly, six months 1.50 Weekly, three, months 1.00 Payable in Advance. Batered at Postoffice, Prescott, ArLt., as second-class mail matter UNIQN lABCQ Editorial Comment HALLEY'8 COMET. What would happen to I'rescott if ilallcy's comet bit tho enrthf Have you any conception of the stupendous c.itnstrophe which such 11 collision would cause! Just imagine, if you ...

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. — 18 May 1910

EfSEY POWELL IS RELEASED ON BAIL a r r fl T 1 A Gains Temporary Freedom dian is Convicted Of Taking Life Of Squaw iYtotn SuaAajr's XMr? DfBiI'y loweii, inuieico on tree of murdering DoWitt Mllligan, Orry Creek, last fall, was re- .. i iir. nun hall vcatcrdav. nend- t h I mil, which will eomo up at Utcr date und at the present term court. HI" sureties ore II. C. i -II a.... Y iwt v in m e t A alt 1Tple fJSpiX Mf UIU nu.'iiinii nia . t wy 6J hiit father, W. D. Powell, a roi- tot 01 MnttBlBII. The lutoreHtin murder cum against .t .... llnftiH Inrmtnntnfl vnaf nrlnv the jury returning a verdict of ... I... it. I ltn MAnnrl ilcur paa Tim nriii-i in iiii; nvv" a.awa - .1.... alm ttmK4. n iViCst wlr. tt were out deliberating for over -i t. ....... lliii 41 it n t ilm I... ah l 4 Vi t as 4 n rr.1 e af A . I . I : .tMM,l 4Mia ama tat ar. in av nwnv to the will of the f .. . I. .1 1 1. -HHl4a. The murder of the iquaw was ac- pluhcd, it Im roportcd through tht ..1 . .. m mh Aw a1 I a at loiliA...

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 May 1910

0 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY .18, 1910 NOTHING CHIVALRIC ABOUT THE BANDITS (From Saturday' Dally) "SetirPiU" Well, mtiyho wo wore, find tufiylie nut. We did nut have time 1o think about getting fright ened," This was the statement yesterday of Miss draco Kerst, who arrived here from Clifton, ami who was one nf the passengers on Iho Maricopa k I'hno nix pnisongor trnln that was held up by the youthful b.indHa on Wednesday evening hot ween Maricopa and I'ooo- Mil. Mis Kent docs not think that the itnitntlon ilesleradoeH wbo made such h hold flourish of six shooter that thoy buffaloed veteran Arizonans, used to the harmonics of leaden mis sies ami the smell of powder nt every turn of the corner in the early days, wore nt nil chivalrlc or knightly. 'Why, they rvou threatened to shoot one woman wno had iho cour age to nirfli to the rear of our car and pull the boll cord. 'Hit down, ipiieli, or I will put daylight through you,' whh the gruff command of tho younger of the two rob...

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 May 1910

iW SKIES I GREATLY IMPROVED urope is Now Looking For American Investments nun ii ill i.-m m w ' m w To all Forms Of Industry Boston .News Hurcau. The uccemi St. 1'nul in floating $50,000,000 ill in Paris, if consumatod, as l.ll,1., nvnliakla 111 ItCilin 'H' ' " nmuVf mil JUUHfl ((Bfral clearing of the financial Im ami n lifting of the clow'ds that ite homed over American finance t lut few weeks. And if, as now isi possible, Kuropcan bankers do- i to lake altogether $160,000,000 h nnd notes of American rati. i, our financial clouds of peni a will bo dissipated by the burn- r raja u iuii-ik" Ku,u "vanaoie II IfllA 1 r in our iviv nocun. rSnaoclnl ntudonta have for somo t agreed that thore could .be no aloe confidence in the future un i condition had been reached itb tho rallroada could sell to ad- Uro their four per cent bond is- ami it hns been alraoit two iiinco tho railroads have bedn !. In .In Mill Tn tnrt will. interruption, high (trade, fir fit rliusec liondH havo been ntendllv ...

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 May 1910

s WEMOMtDAY, MAY 18, UHO WEEKLY JOOTtNAL-MTHEB, imrnil X i inn i in i i BRYANT TRIAL CONGRESS N DISTRICT COMING TO COURT FRONT Entire Day is Taken With Territory's Evidence Krotn Tuesday's Dully) Practically tin on tiro time of the day yesterday was occupied In tho district court iu the trial of John Uryiint. neon tod of -the murder of S. II. Anderson, at' the bitter's mining enmii at the Silver Butte claims, near Thumb Hutte. The crime took place Ititt February, and at' the close of the day's .tevioii the case wa still iu the hnndt of the jiroteon tiuu. It itt probable Unit the testimony of witnesses will be concluded today, aud the case given to' the jury. Tne fob lowing eompoo" the jury: Chariot A. Saner, A. I'. Niholl, T. 8. Drew, H. A. Bnldcrsnn, .1. V. Alley, A. B. Ivetter, C. M. Huff, M. T. Laremore, I.. ('. Derrick, I-'. 0. Hatoman and .1. D. Kennedy. Attorneys for Solomon Rums, con vii tid of murder in the second de gie failed to make u motion for n rebelling of t!io eue, a...

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 May 1910

5; a Weekly PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA. Journal-Miner PlfMrnTT lbt7nui ntnitunotv nnuM . -. .... . -"-"v" m fliviLUHAi wcuncauAi wuKrnnu, aai zs, mo. , FORTY-SIXTH YEAR ARHIMAN BELONGS PLAIN TRUTHS STRONG WORDS. IFRI1IUIF CAMP SCFNF TO MATERIA L class rofessor Jordan in Address to Grad uating Class From Stanford Not Backward in Expressions. Socialist Chieftain Of Milwaukee Makes Address. STANrK)RD. UNIVERSITY, Cab, 17 2.1 Prof. Jdrdaa-in hid gradua- . nrt(4riiti on "The Wealth of Na- . II -..t,,..A In V. Int. V XT trrilnlin na n nine no, mouse via- 0 helped io build the Went. Contintiinft, he Raid: "But In those ittrri in which the permanent . Um futtivA nf mMnrnl Ami antr. oil development, the name of Harri an h;i.i no place. "The name of Newcomb will stand larger in lotters, ai by hla life of In fluenco he made the world broader and better. The name' of Rockefeller not only undents Standard Oil, but it in remembered that tbc Institute of Medical Research win one of tbo far reaching ...

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. — 25 May 1910

WIHIiT JOtnUfAX-MXinBS, WKDHMDAT, MAT 2S, 1010 5 v i' ii . EDWARD'S REMA NS ARE LAID 10 REST LONDON, Kng., May UO. - Many vereigns iitul representative of the leading powers of the world today paid their last tribute to Kngland'- jjrnat monarch, F.dwnrd VII, whose bedy now rests in St. Hoorgo' ctinpcl, Windsor castle. Bright sunshine followed a night of thunderstorms, which soaked the dvorntions, liut thin hnd no deterrent effect on tho throngs. The pngenntry which tnnrked tho burinl of Queen Victoria wan at aught compared to tho magnificence of today' ceremony. Several mourners, including tne Archduke Francis (Ferdinand of Aus tria and Prince Charles of Sweden, left Iondoti tonight, but nil of the reigning monarch remained. The King and Queen had another otablo dinner at lluckingham Palace this evening. Tho departure f the sovereigns will begin tomorrow but the German cia peror is expected to remain until Mob day night. Scenes Early In the Day Knrly In the morning white the dawn st...

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 May 1910

f IMS HOTEL GUESTS BELIEVED Fire Chief Sullivan The Hostelry Gave Display Of Genuine Heroism Tb all of the guuti aV the ill bled Hotel Adam in Phoenix, which in destroyea by lire on Tuesday nofnitijf, have beea accounted for, ran the information brought to Pres Irolt yesterday by H. C. Adami. Mother or .1. o. Adami, owner of kit hotel, who unstained a lota of tpjiroiimatdy $205,000, with Insur- which will reach possibly $86, H bad been- feared that Rome of nit guests had perished ai they could cot be found immediately. It wan Rmnfd that this waa due to the tid thiit they 'bad scattered over Phoenix. The hotel register wai destroyed h,gt through n cheek book that wai fortunately saved, every one wai finally located. , It was rumored in Prcscott last sight that a bell boy who had been ill st the hotel and who was carried to safety nnd then sent to a hospital, lid died from the excitement and ilotV of the ire. Mr. Adams states that the bell at tbo hotel, as well as the clerk to was on ...

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 May 1910

r; ... .w WSBKX.T JQUBITAXrMXVBft, WJDXHDAY, MAT 25, ltlO THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest. Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864 Published by THE JOURNAL -MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Preai. , Published Every Morning Except Monday. J. W. MILNES, Editor and Mamger. Uadar the requirements of the now poiUlikw, subscriptions ara payable in ad raace In order that tbe paper may be permitted to paaa through the Bulla as ceeaad-elaae matter. Accordingly, aubieriptloaa will be stopped at expiration. " TERMS: ' 0Hy, per year ..'. $9.00 Dally, per month .75 Weakly, per year a.50 Weakly, six months ...M 1.50 Weekly, three months . .... z.00 'Payable in Advance. , Catered at' Postomce, Prescott, Aria., aa second-class mail matter c , , ' . I . . CUMIONfjWV uMioNtaanLABrrv Editorial Comment Suspension of The courier. ' r : " , ' Tho Evening .Courier In no more. At kust, it did not -appear lust even iag, and according t rrportH from headquarter, the paper, is indefinitely susp...

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 May 1910

WlUOCLt JOUBMAIrHZrap, WKWMDAT, MAT B6, 1110 7AJ bocial Mi irror On.' South the most delightful parties ok wnii the Hewing party i , Mrs. O. A. Heiila on Sat 'turnoon at ber home on Mount Vernon avenue. A i . , ffff l "Saul imoiuuuu HUB spent nth sewing, nnd delleloui refresh ful" were served. Those who thor uuhly enjoyed the afternoon wero jj, Theodore W. Otis, Mn. William A. Drake, Mm. K. "W. Wells, Mm. j (' Hurmislcr,' Mrs. R. H. Durm uttr, Mrs, Mary Hons, Mrs. Thomas 5. .Vorr.s, Mrs. J. C; Herndon, Mrs. jfcrns Ooldwnter, Mrs. II. M. Maui, y,!, Kr.ink It. Stewart, Mrs. W. H. Srvifl, Mrs. It. N. Fredericks, Mrs. 1. M 'olf nnd Mrs. II. D. Aitken, ' . A jolly company of young people pIDCiiy " niu hwihu Vfc .Ml. unit Mn. 0. V. Orthell, on West Gurley ,tt(t, Friday evening, to- meet Mr. ui Mm Albert Creekmur. Tho party rii a "miscellaneous shower," and sisr wry handsome nnd useful loowbolil nrtlclee wore received by tif bride and groom. During tho tuning dellcloua refreshments were ir...

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. — 25 May 1910

i .-If' 0 WXEXI.T JOUXKAJHtlKXB, WHDNBSDAT, MAT 2C, 19 JO IIIII5 IN LONG LEASE LIFE OFTEN OF MAGNIFIED WASHINGTON, ! C , May 20. A chapter concerning ri'portt'il cen tenarians is contained in the Census Bureau's latest annual mortality stat istics rciort prepared by Chief Stat istician Dr. CtMsy L. Wilbur, of the division of vital statistic. Tho report affirm that it is doubtcdly true that tho age of '100 rears is occasionally attained. It saggeats that it In perhaps .doubtful whether, a shown by Incontrovertible evidence, the ago of 100 1jh j ever Wren reached 'or exceeded. Thin would, it it stated, set the possible longevity of man or the extreme span of huimin IS fo somewhere between ItO and 110 yearn. T)r. Wilbur declare that it would be a fact of vast interest to human ity if it were true that a human being could livo MO, or 110, or 1.10 years, or even 1 510, or 110 yearn, ns established by exact observation. Tho capability of the bodily mechanism would 1e tested and it might b...

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 May 1910

WXXSX.T JornufAXriOMBm, wsdwmday, mat 25, me IS, ,cl ruetH If Is t WINGATE AND PACHE MAY BE nra on (prom Saturday 'a, Dally) i.. .kiilf nf thn nennln nf ..; on in-""" 1 It to. r avtanil til to oencrni moBaaa ana ma lieutenant Waterman, the roi- fiiucnfi of I'reacott, who ac- .1 ..I- .1tatt.mt(atiil mil( Ash Ko Thursday, ro vnm.. yesterday! W. A. Drake, fi .Fredericks, F. 1. Cnilce and .,.1 Thomas spent yesterday lMn at Kort Wingate, where 'no in inspection of that military ,cd from thnt point Is sched to proceed direct to bis head l.rt at Denver. d until to bo the intention of Lfir Department at Washington ifcindon Port Wlngatd at some ; the near future, and It is thnt Kort Apache will also i like fate, owing to their iso location and tho great distances till fommunlcation. Apache Is f the most expensive military In the nation to mnintnln for ifamtiM While driving toward Red Koek, and 11 V n few tlllnilrn.t .....1. .... . ., , - j"" uui oi town, tho how which they wcro driving be ca...

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 May 1910

WEEKLY J017BNAL-MINES, WEDKKBDAT, MAT 25, 1010 '- , ti i LATE MANAGER PROCEEDINGS IN NUGGET IS FOUND ATTACHES Alleges He Loaned Print ing Company the Sum Of $3,318.09 Printers Decline to Con tribute Labor And Paper Suspends (From TiiM'lajr'i Dnlljr) Stanley II. Watson,, (ho editor Ami manager of tho' dcfiindt Courier, yes terday brought mill in itttnnhiuent, by hi attorney, tfecse M. liinn, n ni tint the Courier PrHitlng company, for the sum of fn.lH.O'.i. Me claims thnt hn lonnril nnd paid out for' t lie lirnelit of t lit defendant, the said nmount between March U0.r-t nnd March -.1, 11M0, (i Tin' attachment ouljr affects the material nnd H'ock thnt wna pur-chiiM-d liy toe Courier Printing com pany since the plaintiff took charge of tin- property, timl docs not include the plant owned liy Colonel Itogcrs, nllhougli the new ni.ite.riiil nnd inn chlurry in now u part of it. A year ngo Mr. Watson lenHed the plnnt find building with :m option to purchase for A 1 0.0(10. At the end of n...

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. — 1 June 1910

Weekly Journal -Miner PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1. 1910. FORTY-SIXTH YEAR SENATORS AGGUS SHOW Trio Declare They Are Innocent of The - Charges Two of the Defendants Are In the Furniture Scandal By Associated Press. SPRINGFIELD 111., May 30. State Senators.. John Broderick Chicago, Stanton C. Pemberton Oakland,"- and Representative Joseph 8, 'Clark" of Vandalia, accused in a recent confession by Senator D. W. Holstlaw, appeared in the Circuit -Cotur today; . and gave .honds, Broderick, who, since "his indict irncntrjKUi bribery charge "during the Lorimer . election, has kept hid- den, arrived this afternoon in the custody of a deputy sheriff. The others were waiting, and the three went into court. Broderiek gave a bond of $10,000. The other two gave bonds of $3,000. States Attorney Burke hastened to Tuka, the home of Holstlawf and it is .rumored he would secure docu mentary evidence corroborating the confession. The three indicted are at libe...

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. — 1 June 1910

WmaEIJF JOUSKAIrUZHSX, WEDNESDAY, JTOTE 1, 1S10. Restoration of Lands Means Much Ruling Benefits All Yavapai County S.H00L SESSION POSTAL SERVICE IS DRAWING TO CLOSE Tremendous Tract to Be Thrown Open Settlement ITEST TRIP MADE IK MOTHER'S NOTE THIRTY-SIX YEABSI 'CAME TOO LATE For (From Saturday'! Daily) Unaware of their incarceration Special "Entertainment Will be Given By Pupils (From Friday's Daily.) a 4i:.4 t vuiii.j'-oijL jxxiin reaiuence in unaware 01 meir incarceration in Arizona, .every day of -which was the county jail, as a result of their n.1Rf? liniPr l Clff dTiiatd a lf YifVMtvm ,m f . T 4.r- Sierra Priettas, Mrs. J. C. Snow, one time ago, Mrs. Nettie Woodson of iTOSTam iHCludeS U6r - i-..iiiici jnuucci nuiucu ui ?j-iiia, uamiiuuiii llirt?c uays ago the Territory, yesterday broke the wrote a letter to her eldest son, t)2.t fln SfffifpH- Of charm of her long residence, and left Ernest Woodson, advising him to ua" uu JUUJW.tO Jl for Los Angeles. Interest follows the keep ...

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. — 1 June 1910

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINUS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1910. ARIZONA IS CALLED SOUTHWEST QUEEN Judge Kerwin of Arkansas, Leading K. of C Member, Paints Glowing Pen Picture of Territory The Pine Bluff (Ark.) Graphic has an interesting interview with Judge E. J. Kerwin regarding his recent Arizona, trip. The interview it' in part as follows: ' -Jndge E. J. Kerwin, who recently returned from a trip through the "West as a member of a national com mittee appointed by the Supreme Knight, of the Knights of Columbus, for 'tie purpose of selecting a site for the national tuberculosis sani tarium, talks '"interestingly of his journey. In an interview yesterday, lie said: ''I am glad to have the opportun ity of Bpeaking of my trip to the Southwest, and especially Arizona, of -what T raw, and what made the trip possible. To one who has never made the journey through this great country it presents wonderful things. At tie Historic city of Mobile, Ala., during August, 1909, the National invention of the Order ...

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. — 1 June 1910

WEBKIiT J0URNAL-1CNEB, WEDNESDAY,- JUNE" I. 1910. ' i 1 ' '-' ' - -i I THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Taper , in Arizona. Established Marft&; 1864 . Published by THE JOnNAI:- MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated. Press. Published. Every" Morning Except Monday. THURBER WILL REGAIN REASON t 11 mil 1 1 J. W. MILNES, Editor, and Maniger. U.d.r tb. xequiremeaji or the new poital law, robieriptiom are payable in ad mH La order that the paper 'may be permitted to paw through the maUf MOBd-elau matter. Accordingly, inscription, will be itopped at expiration. TERMS; Daily, per year ... Daily, per month . Weekly, per .year Weeklv. six months Weekly, three months I9.00 75 2.50 1.5 1. 00 Payable in Advance. fatered at Po'stpffice, Prescott, Ariz., as second-class mail matter Editorial Comment GOOD PROGRAM FOR MUSICALE (From Tuesday's Dally) The open meeting of the i City News j 8 tew nnSAf ! ...Ill DI IC1 Mnsie (From Sunday's uaiiy.) . - ... . - .. t rx I r m trrm n in Citv. Section...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
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