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WEEKLY ARIZONA IOURNAL MINER
PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA.
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 26, 1908
STAGES AMBASSADORVDN HERE
ELD IIP BY
v. . i ..ili'il rress.
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Ij,KI liuiT'U) j-eiiowsioue rant,
tfr.nii.tgi August si.-j-.ioven stages
rc 1- 1 "P within the sacred pro
(in, ts f I'nclo Sam's national play
rounl lay by n lpno highwayman.
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The r l,l,c'r securco. not. jess man ten
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(Ve wi ' no inoro during acts havo oc
tlinn those of this now edition
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f I'a ii ( lifford todny. Tho passong-
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II ...1 tfi ifirru firnipniM n H.n
Lati'H roportH show that tho robbor
.t.i n twm f f wn thntiHfitiil In riish
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ten thousand in drafts, jowclry,
tutiiiti Mini itilinr vnlnnlilnn.
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la otie of tliu conches rodo M. L.
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llKCr, ill' unitliniHMi iftftianuft . fcv.
omand in lrnfts in his pocket. The
jbbor overlokcd them.
Women woro treated with tho groat-
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m mil. mill wri IrnnnH nf rriv-
tv arc In pursuit.
Special to the Journal-Mlncr.
UhlDhliUKItn, Germany, Aucust 21.
-Haron Hpeck Von Sternberg, tho Gcr-
man ambassador to the United Stntos,
Hod in the Hotel Victoria in this city
about midnight Inst night. Tho baron
ess, who was Miss Lillian May Lang-
nam or I.ouisvillc, Ky.f was with her
husband at too end.
They had been visitlrut in Germany
sinco May. Tho baron and baroness
camn here from Hamburg tho ond of
last month to consult Professor Vin-
cenz Czcrny, a skin specialist, concern
ing a malady from which tho ambassa-
lor had been suffering for some time.
va MYinn inAiKiTiAri ur
It was learned late last ovo-
nln that. Hoval Smith, million- 4
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iff mining man of Cochiso k
county, hnd been chosea chair-
bid of rho republican torritori
al committee. IIo was tho chple fa
of the territorial republican leaf-
trs ami is known as a man erf
gn-at ability, tact and onorgy. 4
II. to. Tcnney, of Tucson, has
teen t'hnsen treasurer, and tho
executive comraitto is composed
of T. I). Mallory, of Yuma, Dell
M. I'otter, of Graham; W. S.
Sturver of Pima; J. L. Hubboll, .J.
of Apache; George W. Young, of $
Vivapal; W. E. Guild, of Pinal,
anil Sims Ely, of Maricopa.
.X. .L. .7 7- J- mlm ml mZm mlm U
AND PIG TO
HELP CHUNG TO
NEW YOKK, ..Vug. 24.-Coppcr. lake
WhGt) laWs olMtrolvtic. 13-t; (a) VM
casting, 13 (a? 18.
FROM WEST POINT BY
Ily AjMocliitcd Pnu.
WAainwyiON, August Adju
tant General Ainswortn today forward
cd letters to Cadets William T. Itussell,
Jr., and Harry L. Wenvor, notifying
them of (heir dismissal from West
Point for hazing, in plirsuanco of tho
orders r lTesiUent uoqsovoit nnn aoc
rotary of War Wright. Tbo six third
classmen suspended wero also advised
of that fact" Tho' latter may .return
July ICth, 1000, unless In tho mean
time they resign.
IS POLITICAL CREED THRONGS
RALPH CAMERON AND CHEER
NEXT ARIZONA DELEGATE
Will Speak in Every County And Knows
He Will be Elected.
REMAINS Or GOV. MUBFHT
AT BEST IN COEONADO
COHONADO, Calif., August 24.-
Tho funoral of tho lato Governor X.
OakeH Murphy, ot Arizona, wns held
hero today under tho auspices of tho
Masonic fraternity, of which Mr. Mur
phy had long been an exalted member.
Tho lodges of Coronado and San Diego
wero In charge of tho funeral arrange
ments. Among thoso prwent at tho
funeral wero A. W. Edwards nnd Paul
Hurks, both intimate friends of the do-
ceased, and Mrs. V. M. Murphy.
(Krotn Tuexilay'a Dally)
Italph Cameron, nominee for the
highest olllco in tho gift of tho repub-i
Mean electorate of Arizona, with his
harming wife, has been spending two
or tliTeo days in Proscott before leav
ing for his homo in tho north, whero
Cameron will prepare for opening at
onco tho most aggressive campaign in
the politcul history of Arizona. Tho
gentleman lias nil tho earmarks of a
winner, first of all ho believes in him-
nolf nnd ho has tho happy faculty of
making other people bcliovo in him.
Ho is a man in tho very primo of lifo,
of a most winning personality, nggrcs-
sive but kindly, ready to give and
take, and dovotcd to tho welfare of
"1 havo accepted this nomination
nnd I havo no doubt of my ability to
win this light," said Cameron last
nignt. "I am a Itoosevelt republican.
1 believe with nil my heart in the
square deal. 1 favor tho election of
United States senators by tho people
ns one of the great political progres
sivo reforms of tho time. I want to
see Arizona admitted to statehood and
when 1 am elected I shajl dovoto all
of my time to that ond in .congraw if
tho consummation in not reached be
lore I take my scat.
"I indorse every plank in tho splen
did platform offered by tho rcpubli
cans to tho people of Arizona. Espcc
ially do I commend the plank relating
to tho passage of legislation designed
to do away witu fake mining compa
nles. Mino swindlers havo injured the
territory millions in tho last flvo years,
Every company should bo compelled to
use tho monoy secured from tho in
vestment public for Its shares in de
veloping the property going down In
to tho earth for the metal.
CHARGES MISUSE OF
THE CRIMINAL LAW
(From Tuesday's Dally)
Altlmiigh not ns ostentatious as sim
! events following tho deaths of
n.,i Aft- . : . . 1 . . 1 .. .. . -innii 1 inir
oiiiitryinen hofo, tho funeral of Chung
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Uiclly Oriontnl, occupied half an hour
front of tho Joss house boforo tho
focctsion started to tho Citizen's com
'fy. Tho usual burning of inconso
al punks attended tho chanting of
r innrni unMiinna itiTi-iiiiFiiiiii l if
CK niiKliin tt Cm lioniinnlliwl nnilVCS
I tlm In ml .wli.i onnkililnrn tnixtlirO 01
de tion of unadulterated tea tho
of mandarin stock, so tho cars of
woro not doafoned by tho clnsli
of cymbals nnd tho music of tho
oconllntr t0 Chlnoso traditions, from
"eniling othor (fiiuontl mnrches.
However, tho dead was woll suppllod
i'jii iisuii i roam biiuuv, iv.j,
I lt mill UIIUJl Dbiunn, fc"
a,l IikU him on his long journey. His
''thing nnd personal bolougings ac-
'apanlod tho eatables on nn express
-H' "i iiuiuiKl i iio iiuurnu iu mo i.uft"
goods woro converted into nslies
the eatables, npparontly contrary
(IHlr... ,l,....,!l.l tl,n nnnln TllO
.'in, lIUIIlfBliUII Ul .iw vw...... -
IIUI1UVUI1 III IIU JHVk,ftl..u J
pm. tho rcmovnl of tho dolicacles
flm the uravo in years pnst by outsld
" tu eompolling tho spirit of tho
'partou to travel to Us heavenly homo
DENVEIt, Coin., August 2l.-0n the
eomnlalnt of oflleors of the HIg Hcnd
Ditch Company of Seattle, Washington,
.1 .1. Ilenrv. a promoter, today was ar
reted in this city. Ho is accused of
H.n Inrconv of company bonds to tho
nmmmt of flftv thousand dollars. Hen
rv was released on bonds. Ho says the
proceedings are an attempt to uso tho
criminal law in mattors involving prop
erty in dispute tnat should bo settled
by u civil suit.
HOSTO.V, August ll.-Immlgration
n,.tnrs to.lay began nn Investigation
in tho enscs o nliout a ininurcu
,n women converts seeking nnm.
.tn into the United States. l orty
uirls wero held for furtlier inquiry as
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tho result r toiinys oxaminunwi.. ...
woro onlored sent back to their parents
T.ARKr.R BEATS TARBA8EII
TOR THE TIUUU iimu
niTRSKLnOHF. August 21. Dr,
c i i.n-Ver scored another victory
tonight for tho chess championship of
the world, nfter twcivo niu., "k
.i..,...in nr. Tarrnseh of urcmbcrg.
mi... nr now stands three games for
Dr. Laskor to one for Dr. Tarrnseh.
. a iii Pl'.IMtV. Onio., August 21.
The IT. S. Xvy team ll07 winner is
in the lead tnnifibt at tho closo of tho
... Anv hoot of tho army matches.
rifty trams of twcivo men each are
Uy Associated PrM.
lDIANAPOUS, August 21. Wll
Ham J. Dryan nnd party arrived hero
from Chicago this evening to particl
pato tomorrow lu tho Kern notllicuuon
meeting. Tho notification will bo held
nt the stato fair grounds, nenr tho
northern limits of tho city. An im
monso crowd greeted Mr. liryan nt the
"I ulso heartily approve tho plank station and democratic presidential
against convict Inbor on Arizona pub- candidate was cheered as ho passed tno
ue worKs. iNo Honest man, willing to I notei wnerc several hundred persons
earn his living by tho sweat of his had gathered to greet him.
brow, should bo compelled to como in At every stopping plnco from Chi
competition witn convict or other do- engo Mr. Dry an rnlt with an cnthusias
graded labor. tic reception. At sovcral places ho re
Arizona has been my homo from cdved present's of fruit and (lowers
early bovhood. I expect it to bo my At nenry 011 hpo P"":" Mr. Hryan
llfo homo and to bo burled in hor delivered a short address, which was
n r Arizona's wolfaro Ls my wel- enthusiastically received.
BY ITS THIRD
fare. When I am seated I shall uso nil
of my time, talents, if I havo any, and
energy, nnd my friends say I havo a
pile of it, working for my constituents.
Hvcry farmer and stockman and miu
ing man in tho territory shall receive
every benefit to bo secured for them in
Washington by n livo representative.
No one ever accused mo of being a
dead one. No ono over yet accused mo
of wearing any man's collar. They
never will without having to answer
to me for it. I nhnll bo elected as a
free man, owning no master but my
"I shall soon begin an aggrcsslvo
campaign. I linve no doubt of victory
I Shall visit every county in tho tem
ily Associated Pre.
NB WYORK, August 24.-Tho Amcr-
icon team of Olympic athletes havo
been invited fo visit President Roose
velt at Sagmore Hill next Monday.
The president has requested tho navy
department to arrange for a reception
to the athletes by contingents from the
t ,i I tiitiiju wui ia i u u nn i ui ounibv huw
A mAAHnit nAAhlA llUlInn fllAIPl
fliom whUn T triv thftfn & rhflHCO to I
I r rci k .vr til i.u a a. n t k
l.nm nf mn. Mv enmnaivn shall b ll "U3 Ave.iir.o. auru.i i.-A.mi
h,,r nfTnlr. I l.elIvo with ciatc'1 Jobbers In this city today in
all mv soul in tho American people. I stituted proceedings boforo tho Inter
tnivn fvnrv rnnflilnncG in their fJOOil
jmlgment. To mo these United States lrposo of having tho switching chargo
....! 4i. inn,i of 2.50 por car now collected hero do-
I -I 1 1.. il... mL.
111 lliu i;. II ill, iiiiii .ii. v.. .v....'. u.u ... .,
chosen people. An American Is ono railroads are tho Southern Pacific, San
who subscribes to tho constitution and tn ftna bnlt ,",kfl'
Special to the JoUrnal-Mlncr
HISHBB, Arizona, August 21. For
tho third time In threo weeks this city
this nftcrnou wo visited by a cloud
burst. Tho damage is estimated at
twenty-five tuousnnd dollars. Tonight
tho town Is without tiro protection, ow
ing to the wnter mains being washed
away. Tho ens is also off and blir sow
crago mains broken in many places.
There were many thrilling escapes, wilt
no lives were lost nnd no ono injured.
RATTLESNAKE AND RED
LIQUOR ALMOST KILL
(From Tuesday!! Dlly
Limp ns tho dead rattlesnake that
bit him threo hours before, a Mexican
section hand unconscious from an over
doso of whiskey, was brought hore
from Valley Hiding for medical atten
tion. The man was taken to tho Mercy
hospital, where two physiciaas were
hastily at his bedside. Tho wound was
opened and emergency remedies ap
plied. Ono of tho rattler's fangs pen
etrated tbo right leg a few inches
abovo the. ankle. 'Tho rcptilo struck
him twice, tearing his overalls tbo first
time but penertnting through tbo flesh
at the second attempt.
The man was still dazed early yester
day morning. -At the request of
friends ho drank four pints of whiskey
in the time between being bitten asd
his arrival at the hospital. He was
suffering more from the effects of as
overdose of red liquor than from tho
bite when revived. It Is believed ho
Mining location notices for sale at
too Journal-Minor office.
believe with nil hi" heart that ho has C(,nI)tnCton of ,,,,,, ,,lllllillKI at tho varloU, Territorial institutions,
a country worth fighting for, una is a, contrnry to the history of twenty-five years, not a dollar of money was or
rciiilv at tno droit of the lint td tret out I will bo borrowed with which to tmv for tlienn Imtirnvmnpntn.
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and llL'ht for tho old .lac." 1,1 ovury county tn the 'territory, directly duo to tho acts or the Territorial
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iiuiiiiiiiniiiiiiuii iiiu iiih: in liixaiiiiin nun iii't'ii ri-uiicuii irum iiiir i-iimi ui iiiiii-iiiik.
wo contrast tlieso porrormuiicus with tno empty, lirokrti promises of tho
Wn believe that It is the true function of government to secure to all men
equality of right boforo tho law, and equality of opportunity for tho best and
highest development of every faculty of tho individual, tho exercise of which
counts for good citizenship nnd ndvn.ncc of civilization.
We do not favor on the one hand either legislation or administration tnat
discourages or hampers proper efforts to build un tho material interest of our
Territory, nor on the other hand, the grunting to any interests Tights or privi
leges thut nro discriminatory or that would confer rights or opportunities tnat
To the Itopiibllcain Territorial Convention of Arizona, assembled at Phoenix,
August 22, WOS:
v.mr i.dinriiiitnn nn Ifi'soliitlon presents tho followiiiL' report, to-wit:
Tin. k,.,i, tliliiMiMH nt Arizona ri-nroKonted in convention nt Phoenix tills 22nd nro not equal
.im- ,.f Aih.iihI. loiitf nil-din' their heartv support to tJio nominee of this con- To these things the Republican party of Arizona pledge Itself.
. i . i . . ... i' I Wn rnnirriitliliito tnn iinnnln nf Arlzntui nn tlm nrnnin'cl if i':irlv iiiiiipliiioil
veniion lor iuii-kuio m iii!'nn- ... . .. i. " : i--i-- -- ---- - ---
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Wo review With satlsriirtlOII Hie IllSUiry Ol IIIO IlCCOIIipiiniimi-ni.-' mv iur vur jn-uiir, umi nu huiikit him neurit nun iuinm.uut niinni 111 i in- iii-iiiuii
L'reat nartv of Wnshlnut or Adams, of I.ini-oln, Mcivinley. and Koosevcit, una can party or Arizona to aceompiisn tnat end
otner dlstiULMiIshed statesmen and partiots. The history of our nation for tlio Wo wish to call the
attention of the people of Arizonn to the fart that thero
past half eenturv, replete with glorious achievements, characterized by a degree !h yet a republican chief executive mid n Republican CongnsH; that in all
of material Intellectual and moral progress unparalleled by any other nation, is probability this rendition will continue for yenrs. It is scarcely a Possibility,
.. ...-:,..i ,.f ....i. ,.r itiinnlilifiiii Mtiiti'Miinnshii). that thero will soon bo a Democratic chief executive: it is extremely improbable
II 111.11111 . I . ... . t.l l. f.., I,, I. I... ft ....... . ......... II.... Ill 1... ll.....nn.n.. ,... ......... t.. f. ......
Tlie ltoiiiibliean party is a progressive puny wuu in vmiun iu vu num. i'muiui mi i-m iu i.iiiiiii mwo nm ui u i'niinui. wnni"". nn .n-,
tntlrinato and as thev present themselves, to successfully solve the new prob- if thero lie nny we submit thnt It would bo wise to be in a position to nk them
' ' ' . .. . e . .... .. u...... ..i' tliu f.ili'titir.itttiiiiit nf I nf ti II linn liKnn ti ti il tut 11 1 ml rfi I Inn fnr It lu titlil will tir i-n.'ira rll lufmi lii nnifin. ) .A
ems t int w meviwipiy conironi us i ui-v 71 : 7. ' . ... ............... . , ..
hi iiiaii nrouress ""'J' l,i,rty tn:lt cnn Hrnni them. Wo submit that a vote for the Demoeratle
On tho contrary the attitude of tho Domocrntie party has been ono of ob- candidate for Congress this year is equivalent to jeopardizing tho opportunity
drill-lion mid opposition of ",,r Territory on tho election not only of a Democratic executive, but at a
Wo coiiL-rutiilate the people of this nation upon the assured certainty of tho -dill later period of a Democratic House and n Democratic Honate and It Ix
. ., , ...nn 11 i. r 1 I.....IW H minriiiiiii. nn uAMiiranco thnt is maul- I'miallv apparent , that n vote for a Republican delegate to Concress this year
election 01 uiiiuun - '""( v.."' r , 1 , .. '.; t.. 1 1 ....i .1 1 .....V... . ... .....i....ii.-i
fonii'il liv the return of iiiisiness conildence nnu 1110 iiopoun injjus m iu iwm- m a m ininii;iiii- ...n.u ... .n-... ... (.
Ion , f our industrinl and commercial activities. nnd in any event remote admission of our Territory ns a stato We submit this
.1.1 1... 11... nin.ti...i n 1 iiiitirtispii iin 1 in iii Ant nrni tutri f nt i mii ii r 1 m piiii itiiiiHiMitrniiaii 111 1 run a rirrinnni
Iu 18!2 business conlldoiico was kuiikoii uy um i-iucnif i 1.. ,,. , v.... ..... , ... ... -
President ui n platform threatening rudicul nnd destructive changes in the We favor and insist upon the enactment of a law by tn. next leg Mature
on 11 c p licles of tno government, nnd that irlod of depression continued requiring that all corporations selling stock for the purpose of he pmrhnsp of
hSlit tlio of that Demoeratle administration. properties or the development of the sntno In Arizona mint p ace a specified
tti.ii. this time bv the Improvidence ncrcentauo of the ltoss proceeds derived Trom tlie sale 01 surn siock, in ine
of Individ ml speculation, tho assurance of tho el.-ction of Taft and tho contlnu- treasury of tho company, to be exclusive ly aiipli.-d 0 such J'Urpose
nr. f Kriii u- ilal pol.cies thnt has made the Republican party the Wo favor a law securing to occupants of school lands in th s Terrl
ZlV nf nr OTM si ifrosperitv, bus nlniost instantly restored confidence, nnd rlgnt to acquire title to the same nnd pledge our candidate for delegate
."'',.. ... : ...1U ;..,iiirl.n..t 1)1.1 land.
H"vli L : ' . V . ' ,1. ' n . d ,,l .,hJ..M to the people of Arizona reiterated
lreM to use every effort to secure tint immediate
such an net.
V.1111 oijiiiiiiuiij " 1 " ,.;,,i .f tl.,. ifiFl.tiitlvn branch Wo nledifo the best efforts of our candidates for d.-leirates to Congress and
in every campaign tor iwouiy iiw ..... ... ..",. Y,.. ... , ... ., ' .. . 1.1 1.1. .. ..i.i..,. ,.f ...iir.m.i r,i.,, ,
t tl.., 'IVrrltoriul L'overnment, tho Democrntic party on signuiiy iuuuu i ui i. -... v 7 - r-1-
... .... . . , n, i , I lit AriZOIPI, SO lliai Ull-rr may in; uu iimriiniiiiniiuii iiKnirn i. iiimu; ... ....
U1U nn i.ii.ftft 1 -, - -
iui....n..i r !. ,irniiil Torr tor a m m n- zona, and to that end wo favor tlie enactment 01 a lew creating a rniironu et,m
We call nuenuon o . n . r. " . v.r, ,.,. i114. ,ninJn , , Terrltorv of Arizona to be appointed by the irovornor, with full
iHtratlon In bring ng n .out re. n,. - . . - nvMtBnlo ,.,.,, ,i,crImlnatlons, over eharge, and exorbitant rnl
""""initivol'of "i " record of I r .ke.i promises whim marks the history of Demo- by railrpadrs in Arizona and to make the eee.sary mMirts and remmen.latlons
luste d of a rtc r 01 ' I ..-..,..,... ndniinlstrntion has to somo to the intcrstnte commerce eommisslon of tno Unlt.-d States for proper d
ll.gi.inii .... ... f ...f.irin. .I..m!in.li..l. Miintmnnt.
V' I1". ? .'".n- ,r eo, so acceptable to tho peopb, that the Wo favor the grazing of cattle aud sheep u,n the government forest re
niHlMin i'i' " " " ' v
,,"r,l,,t.Oo,,thetn,x roll of the Territory was 15,000,000.
Its conduct 01 pu 01 e -" ' ,lllf p. ....v.. L,.rvr umlnr nroii.-r liovemment rtrletlons.
Ilepuniicnn panj m ....... " .,,.,.,. ,,. i,liri r tmntinn W fiivor tlm bulldliitf of roiervolrs fer irrlitntliiL' uinfte by th uvrn
,.,. m, inminBoi hat pu .ue .v - " ' f' , Torrlt0ry is higher Uent In the various counties In Arizona at the eie rveyinl by gov.rnrnsnl
i r,,,, ti, Imkk iiiivn been iustlv enforced, so thnt the Immeaauraiiie engineers.
than over before h las I , "fu ,ct) of ,nVMtori from all We unqualifiedly go ....rsj.h.j. as In favor ef and .Mr l. the mv
resources of the I erntor tomiimnu ,., I.. iirotfri.Hi for uood roads In AriMina, and we furthr deUre the Ropub
lienti jarty as unalternably opKl to tbo employment of tunnel Intuit in the
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In 1!M)S it is S(,(K)0,00li. luhovlnn that all men "are eousl before the law, and tbr Mould be im
In 1005 the 'ierrltoria tux r..u- s .... .-. Li,.,,,!,,,,; ti. amdlentton of admiiitstn.tlHn of lb -m. the MiWU-a.
..,,,1 .....I 1IWIU II U'flM tit rillllH. 1 ..im. 1 . . . .... '
n'trlzo a'i's to be eonuratulatml upon the wise, able and own- of a law that will s.r. ,h.b on an Hflyty nil. .lae Uke ot a
omical administration of the affairs of th'-Territory at the '.". ''' n" lH" ALhBK T. ,!). fha.rmau.
Joseph II. Kii.iey. . e is mo , " for OKOHOI! II. 8MAW.KY, rWretary.
During mat. aiiinininnn -
l,1out food or drink nnd in tho dark;