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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 23 May 1906

JOHN C. Members of the Local Bir Individually Testify to Tkeir Love and Respect For The Deceased, and Extol His Rare Traits of Character. (From Sundoy's Daily.) Flowers of lovo and esteem in tbo fornY of eulogies and heartfelt cxprcs-slow-, commendatory of hie life, lilt utility and his noble traita of ckarae tor, were offered yeitcrday in tbo die triet court to tke memory of John 0. Herndon by hit lato associates in the legal profession, tho day having been vet apart aa "Memorial Day." Many wero the beautiful tributes that were presented, and more than one speaker' eyes filled with tears and his -voice choked with emotion as ho testified in open court to his knowledge of, and affection for, the' departed friend whose memory all, had assembled to revere. When tho, court opened, a beautiful boaset of, flower, presented by M. J. Hickey, a lifelong friend of Mr. Horn don, was on Judge. Bloan 's desk, and seemed to reflect' tbo gentleness of spirit and radinnco of soul of tho mnn to who...

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. — 23 May 1906

PAOE MX WBCXX.Y JOOTtWAIrMDTBB, WSDNMDAY, MAT 29, 1MM. GREAT FUTURE FOR HARCUVARS Prospectors Seeing The Gossan Capping Have Overlooked The Section J. L. Court Tells Of His Own Discoveries And Character of Ore in Workings. (From Saturday 'a Dnlly.) .1. Ii. Court, n veteran prospector, "In tlio shaft there Is .10 foot of a and miner, who linn lived for tho pant limestone conglomerate, tliat will sam ten yuan in tho Ilnrctivnr mountains, j plo on tho average (1 por cent in copper In here from his mining camp nliont j besides good vnllicH in frro gold. I mil "2 miles northwest of Wondcn. Ho in tho owner of tho (Jloriosa group of mines situated In tho foothills of tho Hnrcuvnr near the lino of Ya vnpni and Vinna counlieit. Spcnklug Inst evening of his pro perties to n Journnl-Mincr man, ho paid: "I believe that I have one of the largest unletting propositions in tho Hnrcuvnr mountains. My seven loca tions cover n cropping of conglomer ate over (10 feet In height, and 100 foet between wa...

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. — 23 May 1906

it- OVTK Of BILL wtt.t.taW fOBX COUMTBT. (From Thursday's Daily) That part of Arizona which lies ncit to California, and through which rum the new Arizona and California line of the Santa Fo syatcm, la being very thoroughly prospected at the preaont tine. A brond belt south of Bill Williams Fork, and running weat from Congress uad Wlckenburg to the Colorado mei, is receiving the moat attention. Tho formation la reported to bo in place very favorable for large and pcrman ent copper velna granite porphyry and lime occurring in the order named, with the flrat underlying. Thla formation it varied by band of achiat. which are apt to be pockety though ahowing high grade ore In placet. In the Harcuvar mountain!, conald erable proapeet work ia going on. Ia tho Cunningham valley .country are aald to bo am all leada varying from a foot to eighteen inchea or more iu width, but very rich. Tho country north eaat of Parker ia apoken of by mining ongineora who have recently visited it, aa being pa...

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. — 23 May 1906

;. paob bioiit WXBXLT OUmVAlrMDnS, WSDKMDATi MAT lttf. "; ' i ADDITION TO THE SMELTER PLANT Capacity to Be I increased By Adding A 500-Ton Blast Furnace Concentrat ing Plant Now in Operation Ship- .mcnts of Ore Continue to Pour In. (From Tuesday's Dally. Benrcely In .operation two niontfiM thu capacity of thu now smelling plnnl. of t liu Arizona Smelting company at llumliolilt N to ho Increased by tlio addition nf n .100 ton blast furnncn, already purchased by tho management, and to lio Installed ns noon as deliver I'd on the grdund. The new furnace will bo of tho moot Improved pattern, modern in ovory de tail, nnd Ntlll further contributing to- wards placing tho reduction works among tho lending institutions of its kind in the entire country. Tim new concentrating plant known uh the Do Soto mill, immediately ad joining the unletting plant, tin been finished and started on n steady run. This plant lias a capacity of 100 tonn dnily, In considered to bo among tho best of its kind to b...

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. — 30 May 1906

WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Pioneer Paper of Arizona. I iniinn nun -rn i 7 " ": i . uiiiuiiu unm i II I viii in1 ni n n r nnn ii iiunuiimiu IU LATLUJI UI1 DID TLUUU IVI bUVLnN IVIflUt JOHN C. HERNDON IN POWDER DAMAGES GREAT SHOWING IN SUPREME COURT MILL NEVADA AGAINST BRITT Disposition Made Of Several CasesUnited Verde Takes An Appeal PHOENIX, May 28-(Special) -At this afternoon '5 session of tho supremo court tlio application for a rehearing of Albert Stoinfcld vs. I,ouis Zcckcn dorf wan granted. Tho application for a rehearing of tho United Vordo tax suit wan donied, and a notico of nppcnl to tho supremo court was given. A rehearing was denied to Frank Powers, appellant, vs. tho World's Fair Mining company from Santa Crur. county. Tho caso of John V. Hogan vs. Hoy k Titcomb from tho Santa Crur. county lower court was reversed. In tho eaao of William W. Cook, she riff of Maricopa county appellant, vs. Mary E. Purnian, rehearing was do nicd. In tho caso of Priscilla Bradford vs. Ro...

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. — 30 May 1906

PAOE TWO WEEKLY JOUBMAL-M1HBB, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1900. A TKAVULEIl'S 8WIN0 AKOUND T1IE CIHCLB. (From Thursday's Daily.) Ho .1. Whiteside, ri member of the trrritoriut legislative nimbly from fVuitu Cruz enmity, and nnt of t tin pro aiinent statesmen of niitlicrn Arizona, arrived hero Inst evening on tho south bound on ii business trip embracing tlio principal business points in tho terri tories of .Wmmu a ml Now Mexico. Hpoukiug of affair in general throughout tho two territories to n Journal-Miner representative, ho said: "Tho prosperity of tho territories of New Mexico ond Arizona tiro to mo something very wonderful. Little is known to the outsido world of their Tut nnd rnpid progress, nnd the gront fltride!i wo aro making in tho agricul tural nnd mining industries. " Driving down the great valley of tho Gila, for h distance of twenty-five miles, the farmers are cutting their third crop of alfalfa, which finds a ready market. 'The vallev of tho Hio Ornndo from HI Pnso to Altiuquf...

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. — 30 May 1906

tip".- ). .1 '. 'i' 1 ' f : . " ' . " ' ; y WXULLT JOXTBVAXrlOHn, WBDNIIDAT, MAT 90, 1906. PASS THAU FIGHT ENDS OVER THE CROWN KING MINE ASSETS OF THE OLD COMPANY ABSORBED Famous Producer Once More To Be Operated on A Large Scale the C rown King mine company entered tho Hrndshnw Hold, tliry lmve been active nnd progressive. Deep Tunnel Froject. Of noteworthy inrtition I tho gigantic project they hnvo inaugurated In driv ing deep tunnel through tho moun tnln to crosscut nml tap tho innny fis sure veins known to exist, known ns the Crown King Dcrp lovcl Tunnel, having nn easterly nnd westerly trend. Kindred to this is tho Zlkn tunnel, hav ing n northenstnrly nnd southwesterly course, nnd which will connect with tho Deep Level tunnel, travelling; on tho Zikn vein for n distance of 1500 feel, nnd cutting other known veins ns well. The latter tunnel is nt present liored for u distance of nbout .100 feet. Tho alto of tho Crown King Deep Level Tunnel lies nbout .1,500 feet from tho rnilron...

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. — 30 May 1906

I paoe rous ,T ;mM AXrMQnUt, WEDNESDAY, MAT SO, 1906. rr Arizona Journa 1-M mer Oldett Pprr lu Ariioo. EitiblbJud March 9, (864. PUD1.ISIIED HV Ik TOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY MEMBER ASSOCIATED. PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, iTke JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped, ill are sent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the Mine promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any tine are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up Ike amount due. TERMS: Daily, per year month Weekly, per year . Six months Three months Payable in uHldNltAHtY itered at the Post Office, Preacott, Editorial THE OOODWIN VERDICT. (Frem Wednesday 'a Dally.) It in not often th.it the Journal-Miner take iue with the verdict of juries in eriminul canes, or comment tion t lit evidence presented in such ease but the conclusion reached yesterday in the' Goodwin ease i ho at variant')' with tho law ami tin' evidence 11 viewed liy aa...

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. — 30 May 1906

r WEKLT JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, MAT SO, 190f PAGE riVE 11 lJ :ui AFTERMATH OF CYPRESS DEAL Directors Dooley Seek to Have H. A. Suttle Arrested For Embezzlement--Serious Charges Made and Answered Attorney Talfcot Pours in Hot Shot On the Controversy. (From Huuday's Dally.) As a sequel to the financial trouble and dispute of II. A. Suttlo with II, It. Dooley and C. II. Dooley, directors and stockholders of the Cypress Gold and Copper Mining compnny, C. II, Dooley, secretary of the company, ap peared before Justice of the Peace 1. J. Keohane, on Friday afternoon, and swore to a complaint charging Buttle with embezzlement, requesting that a warrant for the arrest of Huttle be issued. Justice Kcohano later consulted with District Attorney Talbot concerning the issuance of n warrant for he ar rest of Buttle, baited upon the com plaint sworn to by Dooley, the district attorney refusing his official sanction to such a proceeding. This action on tho part of the dis trict attorney incensed ...

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. — 30 May 1906

PAGE HIX WIBKLY JOUmNAIflflim, WEDNESDAY, MAT 30, 1906. JESSIE MINE FREE FROM LITIGATION Receiver Is Discharged by the Court And Tlic Company Is Now in Good Shape To Undertake An Immense Plan Of Development and Improvement. (From Saturday's Dnlly.) On a recent ilnto nil parlies interest id in the properties of tliu .lusnlo Minus company reached an agreement whereby tho receiver was discharged ly tlio court, nml tlio I i tit passed to tlio com pany, which flSSUIIICH tllO h.'lhlllCC of tlio indebtedness, amounting to nlioiit $ 10,(100. Thin notion, which ends all litigation nnd legal complications, places tlio company on a splendid business foot lug, and In good linpo to resume work on a largo scale, ami go ahead with tlio immense plan of development nml I m -povrnii'iit wliii'li has for some tlmn boon under I'oiiMlili'ratloo, Tlio I.ittlo Jessie mine, wliii'li Iiiih been ono of tlio greatest gold producers in tlio entire Dig Hug district, in opened I i.v a shaft (!" foot in depth, fr...

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. — 30 May 1906

WMUO.Y JOUBMAL-MUfML, WKDKBMJAT, MAY 30, 1906. PAOE SEVEN DEMENTED SHOOTS After jTaking Three Shots at a Man In A HumhoUti Saloon, Teddy Huck, A Barber, Turns the With FaSHTReeult. Hit mind evidently unbalanced from nn overdo of morpkine, Tcdd Huck ufter being tkencd from a Amber Friday mornrag after :t o'cHt in a Mloon at Humboldt, shot tfd kill ed himself after firing three shots from a revolver ut a inuu named McGrnth, wko escaped with alight injuries. It appears that about the time men tioned, Mr. McUrath, who wan return ing homo from hi it worki4alkd into thn place, and noticing Teddy nslccp in ti chair, roused him from his slumbers in a joking way, at the sumo time nuk ing hlni for Homo medicine. Huck ni soon as ho arose, drew n pistol uud commenced shooting at Me Urath, firing thrco shots nt bim, one striking in tho fleshy pnrt of the thumb of tho left hand, tho other graz ing tho upper portion of his chest, and the third shot going wide of its mnrk. McUrath, it scorns, while...

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. — 30 May 1906

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MIHBK, WEDNESDAY, MAT 30, IBM. NfilDOT ON THEIHTERE3T1KG NEWS L C. WEIL WRITES GRUMBLE GOES TO THE ASYLUM nnrpppr Tru llll I LH DUty-SUTTLE TROUBLE F OF SCENES III FRISCO GAMES cm PA OK KIOHT r LdUUI I WIN BOTH ROM COFFER Musicians Mind Wrecked By His Hopeless Infatuation For Mrs. Leslie Kintf, a Fascinating Vocalist Employed In tne Anheuscr Concert Hall. (Prom Tuumlay'a Dally.) j Hint ho whs losing his mind, when tt lll8 eyes distnudod fnim fright, hlijtrip to tlm const was suggested, which VWJ action indicating t'n' IHTVOII ' llO refused to Consider, Htlttill thill In) M'rcrk that he is, t timet incoherently irilUluc nf tin brown ovi'il beauty whoso unreciprocated lov co-it liim tho j iuri'il for It i tit ttt tlm Wellington, which Imh of his tiioiitiil faculties, I-'rcd ho kept Tor two weeks, returning ngaln llrundlt vi'sti'nliiv afternoon at .'I j to fho Anhctiser, whrrc ho continued his i'oiiIiI mil leave the vicinity of his adored our. An oiiirnucmi'iit was no- H...

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. — 6 June 1906

;..tit ft- WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pioneer Piper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1906. Forty-Third Year. LTHY CONDITIONS IN MEAT PACKING ESTABLISHMENTS N Report Of Commission Reveals An Abominable State Of Affairs WASHINGTON, Juno 4-Tho report of .Tomes Bronson Roynolds, com mis--loner, and Charles II. Noil, on tho bcof parking establishments, wan transmit tnl to congress today by President Itonicvelt, which nays In part: "A directed by you, wo Investigated thn conditions In tho principal estab lishments in Chicago, engaged In tho daughter of cattle, sheep, hogs, and in tho preparation of dressed meat and food products. Two and a half weeks were spent in Chicago, and during this time we went through tho principal packing house in tho stockyards dis tricts, and a faw of tho smaller ones. Wo have, piade-nb statement! as 'a fact in tho report presented, tbat is aot veri fied by personal examination. Certain matters wo were unable to verif...

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. — 6 June 1906

PAOR TWO WEEKLY JOURNAJMiHEB, WEDNESDAY, JUKI 6, 1906. TWO NOTABLE EXAMPLES OF SUCCESS IN DEEP MINING History of the Gladstone and McCabe Prop erties and a Description of Their Extensive Underground Workings And Surface Improvements The outside world nnd indeed not nil ( of thr resident of Vnvapni county i I. 1 .1 I . .. lt.it I nwriii'ii in i rrniiznunii in tho important fact that tho permanent prosperity unit future of this mineral district depends upon deep mining, Not i hnlf dozen mine in the county' avn renrhod h depth which would show the renl character ot III In thin mining riginc. ire dpfMiK What enu lie no. o.nplHlu v inti I llgout mining with its concomitant fea tures of systematic development back ed hyt cDiisorvntho methods unit rim fill husiuctis nt.iriig-iir l.t, in cflVotuull.v demount rated nt pri"4eut in the Clint "tone mill MiCalie miitiH nt M-t'nhe. which are now uwr.ed by the Ideal Mlu- lug mid Development company, emu ( ocd of eaitorn ciipltiiliitH, and repre ou...

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. — 6 June 1906

.' '" ' "' '' v;.- WSHLT MIUfAIrNDd WZDMMDAY, JUVB t, ltM. fai noun LIVELY CHASE AFTER A Locomotive Is Pressed Into Service By Tne Sheriff's Force But Fast Footwork Finally Results In Landing Wanted Man Behind the Bars. From Saturday's Dally.) Vmi rdny morning about 11 o'clock Ilin Htimfl nt Ifntivo tfn. b,trli furnished somo nmuBomont to th0 n t.ilciitH of tlio western pnrt of tho fjjy in tut effort to oscnpo tho clutch on f s1 . ritT Lowry, lending tho officer a wi ll ns deputy shorlff Hornco How ilro lively chti'io boforo surrender- inc. i nppcnrH Hint In tho early part of the forenoon tho sheriff's offlco wns ciwn n warrant for tho nrront of tho man on a misdemeanor charge, tho ape fifir nature of which wan not divulg nl, win ti a illllj:ent search was at onco cnininrnrril in an effort to locate the murr wanted nnui. A railroad engine wns pressed into frvni', convoying deputy srcrifT Mcr ntt to Granite Dolls, whoro after a wefnl search tho chaso in thnt ill rortiiin was nlinndon...

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. — 6 June 1906

FJUH9 pi. i t MMurAXrMnn,- wbdxmday, jtthx o, m. ' if Arizona Journa 1-M iner Oldot Paptr in Arizona. EiUbmhrd March 9, 1861. PUIlLISMRt) nv Ik TOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY MKMHER ASSOCIATED! F'RESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNB8, Editor arvl Manager. (The JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Mlla are sent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the Mune promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stepped at any Mane are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up Ike amount due. TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 m month 75 Weekly, per year 2.50 . Six months 1.50 Three months 1.00 Payable in Advance. ed at taa Pott Of floe, Preacott, Arls., u auil matter of the Editorial SOUTHWEST MISSOUBI APPETITE. .Southwest Missouri's fondness for egg hft" '""K lieen, a inntli'r nf htntori eal record. Col. William II. Phelps once linn' testimony tn tin fact of hi partiality for the egg in its raw state, and lie Imputed 11 similar lik...

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. — 6 June 1906

',"jr!". AUMKNOE PLEASED WITH CLOg. From Satttrd-WpaUj-;) mm on Urin Wle'rtfciy. astat l ,,r vv nn nuoionefl'MiMuonrca tiv Iks' opera houso this bobbou" was . .!.. .Inllohlml villi .I-.!-.. ,;H unui'h ...... .-v, muuk ,i r hch of the gradea of-the Prcecott ,,uLi schools, "Vv.ory number -,pn 'tho iti(nii ''-inK (jjpplBUilcd and Scored. Hanging" in OK hm 8 tOlfe, year every pupil takinr, part In the exer nies by word, H Kt'', atteeted, to the Iiixli atnndard ot"W school systei M na coutributinf to tho reputa, tiuu which our corpa of teacher haa already established, especial credit bo- due to Mia Carjboater, wao titter of the, pcrforwaBcei, aa4 Wndaf h cultairo guidance . tk,iy iwpf ubi-1 wora 'drilled to appear befoVe-Uie footlinlit. , ' 1 lii the Picctkninhice, tbo hit of tlia evening no reached in tho rdcitatipa of llruluh Hurtwlck. Her performance us elcvor and graceful aa it waa ruimciil mid highly, amusing. Hho kept iLr imdionflo in an uproar until joined in tho cake walk.by litt...

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. — 6 June 1906

PAOE SIX WEEKLY JOURNAL-MIirBB, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0, 190C. ORE VALUE IH OltOWINO BETTER. (Prm Wcunosday's Dally.) From reliable information received from tin- Turkey creek district, it ni penrs tlmt the irniin'itMi' deposit of ore recently uncovered in t ho Itainhow group of mini's is improving in value n'itli every foot of development. The new working shaft is now down to a depth of 7.1 feet in a Holid body of ore, wlii cli in improving in mineraliz ation fin deith in attained, tin whole Averaging in value, over (I per cent in fopper with small values in silver mid gold. The management of the Baltimore Arizona Copper company the owner of the property, has already completed an extensive plan for the develop ment of the ground, the execution of which Mill lie commenced on an ex torsive scale us soon as a new hoist ing plant is installed, and the camp put in shape fur the accommodation of un increasisl force of miners. As soon as the hoisting plant is placed, it is the Intention to comm...

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. — 6 June 1906

WKBKZiY JOUlMAIrMIMt, WEDNESDAY, JUKE 6, 1906. rAOE SEVEN SPEflL SUMMER SERVICE TO MUST Fast Train To Be Put In Commission June 9 Through Train Direct To All Coast Points (From Saturday' Pail.) In Ua desire to give the belt pot utile horvico to tbo rcsldanta of the Kilt Elver Volley, Pretcott and all localities tributary to ita lino, keeping is pace with tbo over Increasing sum mer travel to the coast, tho management of tho 9. F. P. and P. Railroad com yiny Is about to inaugurate a special summer service to California that is rtaln to appeal to tbe discriminating traveler. Commencing on Juno 9th, the "Const Limited" will leavu Phoonlx at 3 u cluck iu tho nftornoon, reaching Prcscntt at 9 in th0 evening, every Tuesday and Saturday, carrying, in -uuriection with tho California Lim ited a through modern palace sleeper, am vine nt Los Augclcs nt 3: IS p. in., s.tii Diego, Coronndo, nt Ti'JJj p. in., ami San Francisco nml Oakland at in "i p. in., the following tiny. Sun Diego-Coronado pa...

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. — 6 June 1906

WBBKLT JOinUfAUMUKES, WKDJOUTOAY, tVH , IMS. PAOE EIOHT COMMITTEES ARE NAMED FOR WORK Thoughtful Papers Arc Read At D inner. And As A Result The Resolves On A Plan of Action. (From Tuesday's Dally ) Further steps were taken last even ing tit the I'nsliiess Men' dinner giv en nt tin? Yavapai club towards making tluit organization n potent anil useful factor in the development of tlio r.oun ty'it resources, in stimulating its Indus trial nctivity, ami in promoting tlm general welfare of the community. Following a splendid dinner, four nil' dresses on vital topic were made, which nerved to arouse enthusiasm, and were made the basis of the appoint' ineiit of ii committee for each of the subjects presented. At the previous dinner a general committee had lieen appointed to formulate a plan of ac tion, nnd this body selected four sub jects to lie presented to the meeting liy ns many individual members, instead of embodying their recommendations in a uonoral committee report. President Hawk...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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