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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 October 1905

WEEKLY ARIZONA 'JOURNAL-MINER wiembefTassociated press. Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRE5C0TT, ARlZONArVVEDNESDAY, OCTOBER i8t 1905. Forty-5econd Year. DIVORCE SUIT FOLK TALKS I ITHTH P rflNfiQFWMFN 14 Wl T JLJLl.Jk-lY 1 MM II I Pll r REFORMERS PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 16-The :rreat battle between 'tic Republican party and the city party, the municipal reform party recently formed here, was enlivened todBy liy Folk of Missouri, who came to lend his voice in the inter est of good government. The Missouri governor tonight ad dressed a large and enthusiastic audi ence at the Aeadomy of Music. Gov ernor Folk had an exceedingly busy day, and his reception was flattering. The crowd that attempted to gain en trance to the academy was so great that the doors were closed before the meet ing began. Several thousand could not get in, and were addressed. outside by city party speakers. When Fojk arrived those outside com pelled him to address them briefly be fore they would permit him to ontcr :he build...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 October 1905

Page Two PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, OCT. 18. 1905. PRESCOH WELCOMES THE VISITING CONGRESSMEN Afternoon Entertainment Followed By a Sump- tuotts is; J ' : ' (FromfSttnakTiiiDaily.)'. It was fright royal -welcome that Preseottaecorded the Congressional partyT"' ind those accompanying them yesterday, and the hospitality for which this city is noted was never bet ter exemplified than in the fitting man ner in which it entertained its distin guished guests. From the time that they arrived un til the clock had chimed the midnight hour, they were the recipients of cour tesies, and that they -were appreciated, I and that the architectural beauty and modern appearance of the business buildings made a profound impression, -ivas evidenced by the expressions that fell from the lips of the Congressmen at the banquet late in the day. And Prescott -was pleased to see them, and even better pleased to be accorded the opportunity of entertaining them. Frank M Murphy truly said .at Phoe nix, "We will reserve ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 October 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, OCT. 18, 1905. Page Three SIL- Qrrom Friday's Daily) Sheriff Nabor Pacheco returned last evening from Silver Bell, -where he has been since last Tuesday, says the Tucson Citizen. lie brought with him IMeregildo Rodriguez, who is suspected of being one of the trio who murdered Dave Hawkins and Jim White. The sheriff will return to Silver Bell at once, and will remain there for sev eral days. The officers realize they are up against a tough proposition in attempting to capture the murderers, "but they have hopes of ultimately suc ceeding. In addition to the Mexican who is in jail here, another is held at Silver Bell under a suspicious charge. His name is Manuel Farra. Both the Mexicans were arrested by Sheriff Pacheco as they were about to board a train to leave Silver Bell. Since their arrest neither has had a word to say. They have not asked why they were arrested nor have they uttered a single word which would in dicate that they even know that a murder had been ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 October 1905

Page Four PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, OCT. 18, 1905. 'The Arizona Journal-Miner Oldest Paper inArftona. Established March 9, J864. PUBL1SHEDIBY fRe JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES. Editor an1 Manager. UNION(jrjl)I.ABE,L) The JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills are sent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up the amount due. entered at the Post Office, Prescott, Ari Editorial AN AUSPICIOUS VISIT. Frescolt yesterday received the Congressional party with open arms and with a cordiality that was at once sincere and deserved. The members of tlic part' arc, many convenience to themselves personally, coming with the sole inten tion of investigating the statehood question and learning by per sonal observation everything that derstanding of the subject. Th...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 October 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, OCT. 18 1905. Page Five J (Tfxe, Social Mirror A Delightful Affair. Camp Beauvoir was again the scene of a delightful gathering, when Mrs. Paul Hastings entertained at cards on Saturday afternoon of last week. Ilail road euchre was the game chosen : or the afternoon, and seven tables occu pied the pavilion, which was prettily decorated in ivy and pine boughs. At the conclusion of the game delicious re freshments were served, and the pretty prizes were awarded to Mrs. Walcutt for Inch score and Mrs. Watts for highest number of lone hands. The invited guests included Mes damcs Wallace Fairbank, F A. Jones, Thomas Campbell, M. B. Hazeltine, J. V. Shepard, O. A. Hesla, Iluga Rich ards, Edgar Campbell, Geo. Ruffncr, C. C. Walcutt, J. L. Fisher, C. E. Yount, C. A. Peter, E. S. Clark, Geo. Cook, F. M. Murphy, R. II. Burmistcr, E. W. Dutcher, K. Flrtg L,Engle, W. M. Ross, Paul Brr" s, A. W. Edwards, R. E. Sloan, J. Hawkins, G. E. Mcany, J. M. Watts, Heywood, W. A. Drake, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 October 1905

Page Six PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, OCT. il, iooq. THIEVES LOOT THE CHAPEIi OF 1 and considerable acrimony was devclop MEECY HOSPITAL. J in the testimony betwen the late part- ners. Dunning contended most em- (From Wednesday's Daily.) , phatically that there was no installment One of the most despicable crimes ev-1 plan connected with the transaction, er recorded in the annals of any civil- j and the lady through her attorney, ized community was committed in this Reese Ling, was just as positive that city yesterday morning between 12:30 j was to be the method of payment. At and 1 o'clock. J any rate, the jury did not take long to Two miscreants entered the Mercy come to a conclusion, for in ten min Hospital, which is situated on Grove j utes they returned with a verdict glv avenue, in the western part of the city, ing judgment to plaintiff in the sum opened the chapel door, bro-jc into the j of $140. sanctuary, and appropriated all of the Attorney Ling announced after the valuables. j trial...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 October 1905

P&ESCOTT, ARIZONA, OCT. 18, 1905. Page Seven on m in iff (From Sunday's Daily.) Here from Mayer. T. M. Mathews, of Mayer, is regis tered at the Prescott hotel. Here from Big Bug. Hugh Burns, the well known mine and engineer, is in town from the Big Bug country. Returns to the Mine. George F. Shurtleff was an outgoing passenger on the Crown King train .s terday mor-ic". In Delicate Ecalth. Max Alwcns, of Maxton, came to the city last evrring. His health las not been good lately. Cash Miner Here. Harrington Blauvelt, superintendent of the Cash Mines Co., is in from his camp on a business visit. A Crack Salesman. J. P. Bauder, of the Yoge Wholesale Liquor Co., hetuixcd from a business trip to "Wickenburg. Drill Is Goin. D. X. Bartlio'di is in town from the Verde Chief mine, where he has a dia mond drill in operation. Here from Wickenburg. Frank Howard, an old time resident of this county, is here on a visit from the Wickenburg section. On Professional Business. Attorney James Loy o...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 October 1905

Page Eight PRESCOTT ARIZONA, OCT. 18, 1905. SEOF P TO Impressive Ceremonies Mark The Solemn Event History of Erection Of Congregational Church With -impressive exercises, solemn devotions, ,and eloquent sermon, the i new CbHgritioual church was Qedi cated Sunday. It wsi a pious and appreciijtivem-dicP'-e, that listened with bowed head 0 WORSH DED GATED to ;he following ckfeing pentn? oW3 ever heard, here. tne deuieatorv nraver of the new CnnLTegational church of BrespU, of fcrid by Rev. II. B. Long of Tuesop,' formerly of this eity, "which is referred to as being bo less polished in its phraseology than it was fervent and spiritual as a whole. -" k" ' "And now, O God, we give thjs beautiful temple to Thee. In -this dodu-atorv service we do not dream or imparting holiness to the materials en- j tcring into this structure; we would i was called to order by the retiring) Abel built an altar and dedicated it ocl;. indicate the aim and scope..of thp.j,n)odenitor, Rev. A. J. Benedict. Rev...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 1 November 1905

f ''.'' t i ' ' MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER i, 1905. Forty-Second Year, CZAR GIVES SUBJECTS A REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT Issues A Manifest In Which He Makes Concessions To His People ST. PETERSBURG, October 30 The following is the text of the im perial manifesto: "We, Nicholas H., by the grace of God, Emperor and auto crat of all the Russias, grand duke of Finland, etc., etc., declare to all of our faithful subjects that the trouble and agitation in our capitals and numerous other places fill our heart with ex cessive pain and sorrow. The happi ness of the Russian sovereign is indis soluble bound up with the happiness of our people, and the sorrow of our people is the sorrow of their sovereign. Prom the present disorders may arise a great national disruption. "They menace the integrity and the unity of the empire. The supreme du ties imposed upon us by our sovereign office require us to efface oursclf and to use all force ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 1 November 1905

Page Twe PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. i. 1905. T TO HOLD UP II Two Men Try To Rob R Contreras At Midnight Exciting Struggle Near The Railroad Bridge (From Sunday's Daily.) One of the boldest attempts at a lold up heard of in this city for some time, took place yesterday morning about 12.30 o'clock near the railroad bridge on North Granite street, in the immediate vicinity of the Electric Xight plant. About the hour stated Ramon Contre ras, who lives in Bashford's addition to the city, was proceeding home, and while walking up the incline back of Granite creek, immediately west of the railroad bridge, was confronted by two men who ordered him to throw up his hands. One of the men grappled with him, and both he and one of the highway mfn rolled down the incline to the bed of the creek, where their holds broke. Contreras got to his feet first, and ran as fast as he could in a souther ly direction towards the main portion of the city, pursued by both thugs. "When he got to Granite street wit...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 1 November 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. i, 1905. PageThrw PARK PLANNED FOE MOUNT VEE- CONGRESSMAN DICKSON A PBES- NON STREET. COTT VISITOR. (From Thursday's Daily.) A beautiful park running through I (From Saturday's Daily.) "I am more than charmed with Your the center of Mount Vernon street, is citizenship," said Frank Stoddard one of the possibilities of the near fu ture. Plans have been drawn and Dickson, member of Congress of the 23rd Congressional district of the FEARLESS RANGER SUCCUMBS TO DEATH. tne property owners arc discussing the state of Illinois, to a Journal-Miner proposed improvements with keen in terest. man last evening. 'The average person living cast of topcaiong 01 the grading of Mount the Bocky Mountains," continued Vernon street," said F.. M. Murphy to a Journal-Miner representative yester day, "I made a suggestion to some of he, "has absolutely no conception of what Arizona really is. He has been taught at school that t his country the resident property owners along f ,, ,. ,...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 1 November 1905

Page Four PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. i, 1905. CLke Arizona Jo urn al-M mer Oldest Paper in Arirona. Established March 9, J864. ' '' PUBLISHED BY Ttt JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, Editor anl Manager. rhe JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills are sent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up the amount due. Tntered at the Post Office, Prescott, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. Editorial "WHAT WE AEE DOING. (From Thursday's Daily.) "When the present management took hold of the Journal-Miner last April, the future policy to be pursued was out lined clearly and distinctly. We placed emphasis, however, on the fact that the aim of this paper would be to work unceasingly and with all the pow er at our command on behalf of tho material we...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 1 November 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. i, 1905. Page Fie AGED MR EH MEET WITH PAINFUL CCIDENT A. E- Baker Falls And Fractures Hip Joint Injury Is Serious And lay Result In Death (From Tuesday's Daily.) A. E. Baker met with a very painful and serious accident ia the People's hall on jronteK..ciE . rcct on last Sun day afternoon a; : 3 o'clock. It was learn'i'. .ii.it ho had a drunken row with acolacr man, and after the scrap was over he started towards the door and fell backwards in the corner, fracturing the bones of his right hip joint. After the fall he was assisted to a chair, where he fell asleep, and slept until late in the night, when he was assisted to a bed in the yard back of the saloon-. He was under the in fluence of liquor, and did not com plain of any pain until early in thp morning. Dr. R. X. Looncy was called, and made an examination and had him re moved to the hospital, where the frac ture was reduced. At last accounts he was resting easily, but many thick that the accident is like...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 1 November 1905

D Page Six PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. i, igos. 6 ORE T. ONANZA DISCOVERED J. Camgan Strikes Big Body of the Yel low Metal Assaying $5,000 a Ton (From Wednesday's Daily.) News of a sensational strike one of the bonanza order, and ex celling anything ever before known in Yavapai county, and far richer in value in its extent than any of the wide-heralded discoveries of Tonopah and Goldfield was brought to town yesterday by T. J. Carrigan, president of the Clara Gold and Copper Company. When old miners saw the porphyry ore sprinkled with the pure shining metal, and were told that the deposit was 405 feet wide, and nearly a mile in length, as far as traced, it made their blood tingle, arid once more were they seized with the gold fever. Two sacks of the precious stuff were brought in by Carrigan, and it assayed $5,000 a ton in gold. And the strange part of it all is that Carrigan and Bis associates were looking for copper, and accidentally found one of the richest gold mines in the west, if...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 1 November 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. i. 1905. Page Seven Tk& Social Mirror I Many are the hosts and hostesses in our city "who have entirely surrendt red an afternoon or evening to the glitter ing pleasures and pastimes of .hiii friends. We hear of function after function, 1 anquet and ball and .rns querade, each one of which seemed 'o be the last wird of -wealthy ingenuity until it was tlipsed by its still mors splendid scrccsor, and its beauty an I splendor could be interpreted only by the most eloquent poet tongue. All the gorgeous affairs that the twentieth century delight in have been offered in profusion of late and could not fail to please the most fastidious. Mrs. Draper Entertains. It was a pleasant little gathering which took place on Tuesday, October 17, with Mrs. E. II. Draper as the ev er successful hostes?. and at which Mrs. J. M. Boss and Mrs. E. E. Sloane proved themselves experts at the game of "500." Dainty viands were served at small tables at the conclusion of the game, a...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 1 November 1905

Page Eight PRESCOTT ARIZONA, NOV. i, 1905. (Ill SEMI (From Tuesday's Daily.)' - ' In froin the Bancn. . George Puntcnncy came in last ev cning from his ranch, : Mayor Is Home. Mayor Goldwatcr has returned from a business trip to the east: Assessor in Jerome. County Assessor' D. J. Sullivan is in Jerome on business. Home from California. Mrs. Thomas McVeagh and two chil dren arrived Sunday night from the coast. A Business Trip. T. M. Earnhart, the Kirkland mer chant, is paying the city a business visit. Easiness Bushing. The floor of the Wellington saloon is being covered with a new coat of lino leum. Holding Court. Judge Sloan is in Flagstaff Hag. at z. special session of the court. presid district On the Sick List. ' City Clerk E. B. Moden is reported to Be very sick at Lis home on Mount Ycrnon street. Going Hunting. James Adams and Attorney James Loy will leave today for the Verde val ley for a quail hunt. Visiting Friend. Miss Fannie Michaels came in yes terday from Skull valley ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 15 November 1905

MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1905. Forty-Second Year. MORE REVELATIONS THE INSURANCE SCANDAL N President McCall Ordered To Produce The Attorney of The New York Life PRESIDENT GOMPERS COUNCIL OF EMPIRE TO REVIEWS LABOR'S PROGRESS NEW ORK, Nov. 13-J. A. McCall, president of the New York Life, -was t'011 was l called before the Armstrong investl Another interesting line of cxamina- ned up just before ad journment for ilie ua "nen J0?n 8u,8 commute touay, ana request- was Ho VIoaaccil a fc. c-u peremptorily oy me committee to te, books, and memoranda, which order the return from Europe to this Hughes read, and was in the midst of country of Andrew Hamilton, the law reading when the adjournment was yer who has had charge of the legisla- taken. These were the instructions tive matters of the 2s ew York Life. from former Comptroller Jordan of McCall was further ordered to demand the Equitable, to A. C. Fields, relativ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 15 November 1905

Page Two PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. 15. 1905. FORMER RESIDENT NOTES MANY CHANGES Progress Of Prescott Deeply Impresses S. S. Acker Father Of Coconino Is A Visitor Here MACH E FOR THE HIGBY INT PLf Five Cars Soon To Be Forwarded From Denver (From Saturday's Daily.) "Tho people of Prescott are the best hearted on earth," said S. S. Ack er, a prominent stockman and rancher from Coconino county to a Journal- miner man yesterday. "I notice wonderful improvement in this city since my last visit here a few years ago," he continued. "The street cars running in your town and the vast im provements you are making in your water works as well as the rebuilding of Fort "Whipple, impresses me that this town is going ahead right along and that it has a great future." "But," ho said, "what is the matter that this county cannot get out' of debt! In our county we have reduced the tax rate last year to 3 per cent and we have a large surplus in our countv treasury, while Yavapai seems to stick to tho old ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 15 November 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. 15, 1905. Page Three FOEMEE RESIDENT IS OKLAHO MA'S OVERNOB. (From Friday's Daily) Frank C. Frantz, formerly a resident of this city, and pleasantly remember ed by many here, is now governor of Oklahoma, as related by the dispatches in yesterday's Journal-.ll.iner. 11c is a native of Virginia, about 35 years of age, and is probably one of the young est, if not the youngest governor of any state or territory in the Union. He came to this city from Southern California in the latter part of the year 1S94, and served the Samuel Hill Hard ware company in the capacity of book keeper for more than two years. Later ho associated himself with the Akers & Tritle Abstract company, and at the time of the outbreak of the Spanish American war was holding a position with the Kentucky-Standard Mining company at Eichinbar, which he im mediately resigned at the first call for volunteers, enlisting in Company A of the First "Volunteer Cavalry, bet ter known as the . "Bough ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 15 November 1905

Page Four PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. 15, 1905. cIh& Arizona Journ al-M mer Oldest Paper in Arizona. . Established March 9, 1564. PUBLISHED BY fRc JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, Editor anl Manager. THE COUNTRY WITH HEAEST IN FIGHT FOE FAIR COUNT. The JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills are sent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up the amount due. -Entered at the Post Office, Prescott, Ari zona, as mail matter of the second class. TERMS: Daily, per year 9.00 month 75 Weekly, per year 2.50 . Six months 1.50 Three months 1.00 Payable in Advance. Editorial Comment EICH STRIKES. Nearly every day the Journal-Miner reports one or more rich strikes; some in well known mines, and others in new properties. A few years ago, any one of these str...

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