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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 13 December 1905

WEEK LY ARIZONA IOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. . Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER i3, 1905. Forty-Second Year. DEWEY HAPPENINGS TOLD IN TERSE FORM Baumann Camp Once More In Full Blast Regular Ore Shipments From The Carroll Mine! DEWEY, Dec 11 Fine weather in in section at present. The Verde far mers are hauling hay and apples and vegetables yet. The temperature drops very low at night. c Glad to Return. H. Grable and family who left here about eighteen months ago, after a tour of Tonopah, Goldfield, Boise City, Denver and numerous other places, have returned to our prosperous and thriving little town, and are glad to be back again. Mr. Grable has a po sition with A J. Carroll at the Carroll mine. Is Shipping Ore. Mr. Carroll is building two houses at the mine, and two wagons loaded with ore went to Humboldt today. Full Force at the Baumann. Camp Baumann is running steadily now with a full crew. To Visit, Prescott. Our townsman and old ...

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. — 13 December 1905

Page Two PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, DEC. 13. 1905. CURTIS WRITES OF JOINT STATEHOOD Journalist Tells The Iniquitous Measure BY WILLIAM E. CUETIS (In the Chicago Record-Herald.) WASHINGTON, Nov. 30 The most entertaining legislative feature of the coming session of Congress is not go ing to be the railway rate bill, but the fight over the admission of the terri tories to the Union. In his message the President -will recommend the pas sage of the Senate bill making two states out of four territories, notwith standing the earnest protests that have been made against it by their inhabit ants. He is evidently making this re commendation on the theory that the new states will be "rotten boroughs," and that the fewer we have of them the better. Ho evidently expects that four bad men like "Bull" Andrews of New Mexico, who is now fighting for his liberty in Pittsburg, will be elected senators from the new states, and that it is better to have four such men than eight. But nobody has yet been able to ...

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. — 13 December 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 13, 1905. PageThae PRESIDENNT ROOSEVELT'S MESSAGE TO CONGRESS A Masterly Document Treating of Railroad Rates, Insur ance Matters And Many Other Questions of Vital Importance Including That of Joint Statehood. "WASHINGTON, Dec 5 President: Ttoosevclt's message to Congress re ceived the attention of the house for two and a half hours today. Its read ing was listened to with marked at tention, and at its conclusion the docu ment was applauded. Preliminary steps were taken toward appropriating the needed emergency funds for the Panama canal, and it -will bo the business for tomorrow. Should unanimous consent be refused its consideration, a special rule from the committee on rules will be enforc ed which will put the bill on its pas sage after a limited time for discus sion. The House received and ordered re ferred to one of the regular election committees a protest from the fifth congressional district of Blinois stat ing that Anthony Michalek, who was yesterday ...

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. — 13 December 1905

Page Four PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 13, 1905. 'Ike, Ariz ona Journ al-M iner Oldest Paper in Arizona. EstabJbhedlMareh 9, J 864. PUBLISHED BY. Tit JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, Editor anl Manager. The JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped, Bills are sent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the lime 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. tetered at the Post Office, Prescott, Arizona, aa mail matter of the second class. TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 month 75 W eekly, per year ; . . . 2.50 . Sixmonths 1.50 Three months 1.00 Payable in Advance. Editorial Comment PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S "KNOCK." (From Thursday's Daily.) Very little surprise need be felt at the attitude adopted to wards joint statehood by President Roosevelt, as outlined in his message to Congress yesterday. The peo...

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. — 13 December 1905

FRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC 13, 1905. Page Five ANOTHER DISCOVERY IN SHE NEW COPPER COUNTEY. Prank Burns Makes a Strike and a Com pany is Formed lost Evening to Di velop the property Immediately, to (From Friday's Daily) The wonderful richncrs of the re cent aiscovencs ot the "new cooper country" was still further established in this city yesterday on the return of Frank Burns, who arrived here the northbound, bringing with him many sample? of ore of a new disco ery made 1 v him in the immedi3 vicinity of ti-c Carrigan strike and of an exactly nmilar character. It will be remembered that he lef; here in coni;.any with H. S. "Walls im mediately after the Carrigan discovery was reported, with a well equipped pro specting outfit, furnished by a syndi cate of business men, determined explore the fastnesses of the forbid ding mountain range known as the Harcuvar mountains, with a view of locating, if possible, some of the rich veins of copper and gold bearing Tock. which recent discoveries ha...

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. — 13 December 1905

Page Six PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 13, 1905. (Continued from Page Three.) through diplomatic channels, to pr vent unjust discrimination by foreign countries against American insurance companies. These negotiations nius trated the propriety of the congress recognizing the national character of insurance, for in the absence of Federal legislation tho state department could only give expression to tne wisnes 01 the authorities of the several states, whose policy was ineffective through want of uniformity. I repeat my previous recommendation that congress should also consider whether the Federal government has any power or owes any duty with re spect to domestic transactions in in surance of an interstate character. That state supervision has proved in adequate is generally conceded. The burden upon insurance companies, and therefore their policy holders, of con nicting regulations of many states, is unquestioned, while but little effective check is imposed upon any able and unscrupulous ...

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. — 13 December 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 13. 1905. Page Seven (Continued from page six.) ed by au imaginary line alone lntei- vene between us and our neighbors that I recommend that ro immigrants be al lowed to come in Tfuui C Id. and Mex ico save natives of the two countries themselves. In dealing with this question it is un wise to depart from the old Ameri can tradition and to discrimnate against any man who desires to come here and become a citizen, save on the ground of that man's fitness for citizenship. It is our right and duty to consider his moral and social quality. His standard of living should be snch that he will rot, by pressure of comple tion, lower the standard of living of our own wrpc-workers, for it must ev er be a prin; object of our legislation to keep high their standard of living. If the man who seeks to come here is from the moril and social standpoint of such a character as to bid fair to add value to the community, he should be heartily welcomed. We cannot af ford to pay he...

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. — 13 December 1905

Page Eight PRESCOTT ARIZONA, DEC. 13, 1905. s TS Accused Tells Strange Story On The Stand (From Tuesday's Daily.) The case of James E. Sias, who is charged with the embezzlement of $997.90 from J. L Roberts, ex-sheriff of this county, while acting in the capa city of under sheriff, occupied the at tention of the district court almost the entire day yesterday. Outside of the testimony of J. L Roberts, from whom tEe amount is alleged to have been em bezzled, and who testified that no changes were made in the books produc ed from the time Sias suddenly left his employ to the present time, J. D. Carter, an expert bookkeeper and also under sheriff under Roberts after the departure of Sias, was on the witness stand during the entire forenoon ses sion. J. D. Carter testified in part that he went to work on the sheriff's office books on the 2nd of August, 1904, af lcr the departure of Sias from this city and territory; that the books were kept in such a way that a trial balance was impossib...

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. — 20 December 1905

sr.: r. 2JJrc lit' MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1905. Forty-Second Year. CONVICTED SENATOR DISCUSSED BY COLLEAGUES THREE BIG CHICAGO M.S GO TO THE WALL Burton of Kansas Not Assigned A Place On Any Of The Committees WASHINffrON, Dec. IS Whether "the Senate is -warranted in ignoring the fact that Senator Burton is in the courts on charges of misconduct and not as signing him places on standing com mittees, and yet leaving his name on the senate roll, was discussed for two hours today by the Senate, and then dropped without a ruling on the ques tion. Several Senate leaders took up the subject. On account of the deil cacy of the question debate was natur ally not as open as would bo necessary for a final determination of the matter. Bailey raised the point by inquir ing of Hale, when the latter presented a new list of standing committees, whether every senator had been given a place. Hale responded that every senat...

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. — 20 December 1905

Page Twg PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 20. 1905. S TO HE T THE BEAR "Toung Lady of Detroit Writes To John Bozarth Says She Would Dearly Love To Shoot And Lariat (Prom Saturday '1 Daily.) The Journal-Miner recently pub lished an account of the experience of John Bozarth with a bear on Loco creek. The paper in due course of time reached Detroit, Michigan, -where it was read by an 18-year-old girt. It impressed her vividly, giving her an in tense longing tp come to the great and glorious west. Her feelings are thus described in a letter which Mr. Bozarth received this -week, and it reveals a curious phase of human nature: "Detroit, Mich. Mr. John Bozarth. Dear sir I, the writer of this letter, am a stranger to you, but please do jiot be offended or angry with me. 1 read in the paper about the lively ex perience you had with a bear near Iioco creek while for a ride. I am a yonrg girl, su.il from a baby up have been wild for tho west, and love to read stories and books about the experi ence pe...

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. — 20 December 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 20, 1905. Page Three T THE BIG BUG IT Continental Is Pushing Development Work Details Of Progress A Number Of Claims On "BIG BUG, Dec 15 The Continental Consolidated Mining company has let a contract to crosscut the Golden Standby vein at the 80 foot level. The crosscut is now in ore 30 feet. They have also let a contract to erosscut the big vein on the Copper Storehouse at the hundred foot level. This cross cut is now in over 30 feet, and is to be extended 30 feet Turther. The pro perty adjoins the grounds of the new Bigby smelter at Mayer. Ben Blanchard visited the Copper Ash yesterday. Shaft No. 2 on this property is down over 150 feet, and the crosscut at that level is in over 50 feet, with some 50 feet of drifting a' the same level. A new contract has just been let by the Continental to finish the crosscut in shaft No. 2 on the Copper Cutlas. This shaft is down 210 feet, and is crosscut 75 feet at the 100 foot level, and 57 feet at the 200 foot level. Ne...

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. — 20 December 1905

Page. Four PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 20, 1905. A NOTABLE EVENT IS THE BAR ASSOCIATION BANQUET President Norris Royally Entertains The Members at The Hotel Burke (From Sunday's Daily.) It was certainly "a feast of reason and a flow of soul" that characteriz ed the annual banquet of the Northern Arizona Bar association which was given last evening at the hotel Burke. I President T. G. Norris was the host , of the occasion, and he proved a prince of good felows and a good fellow among princes" in his thoughtful pro vision of every detail that would add to the enjoyment of his guests. Not for years has there ben such a large 1 gathering of the legal fraternity as that which complimented the host by its completo representation around the festal board, and seldom if ever has the elegance of the appointments been equalled. Certainly the Burke din ing room was never more prettily or elaborately decorated. The windows of the north and -west walls were flanked with flags, draped over shields. B...

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. — 20 December 1905

i M-M.C11 fi.hl'A h: . DEC 20, lyof,. irage Fie WOffi ACCOMPUSHED AT THE DAVIS MINI Rapid Progress on Tunnel and Shaft Cut ting Good Ore Ledges Extensive Surface Improvements Completed And. New Road Constructed (From Tuesday's Daily.) Up to the present time a very satis factory condition prevails in the de velopment work and other matters in troduced by the Davis Mines com pany operating on Slate creek. The en terprise is less than two months old, but in that brief time the preliminary work on the surface lias reached a stage of completion, rrd the practical efforts of the cem-suy are now under headway in ir.:-c - rk. The results are more than gr-ifying, all round, and especially is this so in the develop ment of the group, as it has progressed to the present tme. In this line a tunnel is being run to go a distance of 1,000 feet, which has reached a point about 440 feet in. On the surface or nearly 1,000 feet from the mouth of the tunnel a shaft is be ing sunk to intersect the tunne...

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. — 20 December 1905

I'age Six PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 20, igoq. ELECTRIC KOAD FOE THE BRAD SHAW REGION. (From Wednesday's Daily.) A corps o engineers were placed iu the field at Crown King on Monda? in running a preliminary line of survey for an electrical railroad to Harring ton, the the headquarters of the Tiger Gold company as the terminal point. It was expected that a -week or ten days would be occupied in this work, and later a permanent route would be laid out. As outlined in the Journal-Miner. and exclusively so, about six weeks ago, this enterprise was under consid- eration by the Tiger people, and there is now no doubt but what the same is to be an accomplished fact, and that the road will be built immediately is semi-officially given credence. It will be owned and operated by thia mining company, and the construction of it is but the crystalization of the efforts of this corporation that was in itiatcd over a year ago, or when the Tiger interests assumed such a promin ent, mining regard as to...

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. — 20 December 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 02. 1905. Page Seven HAPPENINGS THE COPPER CITY Birthday Celebrated Of Miss Alice Stevers Work To Be Resumed At The Monarch Camp JEROME, Dec. 14 Mr. J. "V. Phina see, who has been confined to his home for the past month wit.: s.n injured foot, is again able to be oat, however he is going on crutcnes, but hopes within a short time to lay them aside. Segnel to Fire. The plate glass for the front of tho building recently destroyed by fire in the Masonic building has arrived, and is being put in today. Wanderer's Return. Mr. Ben Dunkle, who has been one of our citizens of old, is again in Jerome. Mr. Dunkle has that love for this mountain town which always brings him back. However, his mining ac quaintances are glad to see him again. Birthday Party. The party which was given last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ste vers, was in honor of their eldest daughter, Miss Alice's, birthday. The evening was spent in games and music. Refreshments were served, and consist...

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. — 20 December 1905

Pagp E;srht PRESCOTT ARIZONA DEC. 20, 190. Tl EADWELL onjsrqr Mining and Smelting Enterprises to Be Started in 30 Days Witk N ew Ma climery and Dry Concentrating Plant, And Work Begins on Boggs' Mine. (fi;B(I s,.cpsanx taojj) Authentic reports from Mayer give the gratifying news that the George A. Treadwell Mining company have practically decided to resume opera tions on their extensive mine and smelting enterprises in that section, and inside of thirty days every depart ment will be in operation. Some few months ago their big smelt er was blown in, and the ores from 'Veir many mines contiguous were put nrough a thorough course of treat ment in order to arrive at a definite conclusion as to the method of treat ing them, and as well to determine the valuation of their mineral character istics. These important problems have been solved, and now they "pro pose to resume and operate hereafter on a basis of permanency. One of the disagreeable conditions they have experienced in mine work...

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. — 27 December 1905

.V WEEK LY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER - MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. - Pioneer Paper of-Arizona. ; PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1905. Forty-Second Year. RUINS OF BIG. HOTEL CHRISTMAS COMES TO SLAUGHTER IN MOSCOW YIELD VALUABLES OF GUESTS Broadway Van Destroyed By Fire, The Loss Being $200,000 LOS ANGELES, Dec. 25 Former guests of the Broadway Van Nuys, cow scattered at various hotels, arose early and began a search for their va luables which they left behind in their -hurry to escape from the fire that de stroyed that hostelry yesterday. Mrs. Thomas H. Benton, of Lin coln, Neb., was made happy by the re covery of $5,000 worth of jewelry, -which was found in a dresser drawer by a travelling man. The ruins are well guarded by the po lice who gave aid in the search and suc ceeded in finding many valuables. L. A Falck 01 San Francisco, found two -of his trunks in good condition, and "their contents uninjured. Mrs. Falck lost several hundred dollars' worth of jewelry and clo...

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. — 27 December 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 27. 1905. STRIKERS ENRAGED AT FAILURE TO STOP TRAFFIC UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE REVOKED BY THE CZAR AT THE CARROLL Page Twt WONDERFUL STRIKE ARIZONA TEACHERS TO MEET HERE EXTMOHTH Associatioi to Convene For A Three Days' Session ME Railroad Men Join Strike But Military Guard Dispatch All Trains ST. PETERSBURG, Dec 22 Tho railroad men's strike committee made several heroic efforts to stop trains from being run out of St. Petersburg today and succeeded in inducing prac tically all the station and roundhouse men and many trainmen who remained on duty yesterday, to join the strike. Nevertheless, the company has been dis patching trains under heavy military guards over all the railroad lines, al though the regular schedules have not been maintained. Soldiers with flags on their bayonets are doing duty as switchmen. The strikers are intensely enraged at their failure to suspend traffic They suc ceeded in stopping a train from Berlin last night outside of St. Petersburg, b...

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. — 27 December 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 27, 1905. Page Three CHILDREN GIVE SPLENDID AM psy Carnival Enjoyed By Appreciative Audience Music Was A Feature Of Entertaining Program (From Saturday's Daily.) The musical event of the week the entertainment at the Elks' ater last evening, given by the -dren of the third, fifth, and wad the' chil sixth grades of the Prescott public schools, 'assisted by some of the boys from the high school. Hiss Carpenter, who spent much time and energy in the preparations for the affair, deserves great commenda tion. A crowded house greeted the young performers, and from the applause none present were disappointed. After music by the Pine City or chestra "the curtain rose on a band of children, wlio sang the opening cho Tus, "Don't Be "Wlat Yon Aint." The Dolls' drill followed, jgiven ly little girls of tire 'third 'grade, "who "were 'themselves as dainty as the dolls they "handled so skillfully. Charlie Smith, in good voice, sang "The Holy City," and was heartily encored...

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. — 27 December 1905

Page Four PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. .27, 1905. cIhe Arizona Journ al-M mer Oldest Paper in Arizona. EstabJishtd'Mirch 9, 1864. PUBUSHED BY Tit JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY MEMBER. ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, Editor ami Manager. The JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills are sent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the tune 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. fettered at the Post Office, Prescott, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. TERMS: Daily, per year , $9.00 month -75 YVeek1y,"per year" . .- 2.50 . . Six-months I5 Three months - i.oo Payable in Advance. Editorial Comment MISREPRESENTATION AND FALSEHOOD. Probably the most dastardly and atrocious libel ever committed against a suffering people is that published in the last issue of "The Outlook," in an article dealing with the joint stat...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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