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WEEKLY ARIZONA IOURNAL-MINER
& MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS " "
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. H. TAFT TURNS SPOTLIGHT
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irniTwn piphtr
LLU i iiu i mil i Uj
ROOSEVELT
Vote Catching Purpose
Of Nebraskan's
Platform This
Year
MAIN ISSUES THE ONES
FOOL VOTERS MOST
I
HYI'OCKIUY OF THE DEMOCRATIC
CANDIDATE RUTHLESSLY
EXPOSED BY O.O.P.
LEADER
11)' A ii luted Press.
(IM I N'NATI, Sept. II.-Judge Tuft
Jov i'cl himself today principally to
politi'iil composition. Hn wrote an
inwcr t Hryun'H speech discussing
KooM'vi'lt ' loiter of yesterday declar
ing Taft his )6tfiel successor, anil
pent tlio latter pnrt of the day in the
prep.irutlon of two speeches Tin will
make tomorrow. Tlio first It to a del
egation from Greenfield, Indiana, and
the tlnr to tlio Methodist negro
jitcai tiers of Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky
anl Pennsylvania.
Tuft's reply to Bryan was a matter
"f important!) which seemed to grow
n (In- candidate. Wlion llrst shown
wliai llryiiu hud tmld ids spontaneous
iimier was short and (orse. Then
Taft indicated that hu would dictate a
fi'tmnl reply, which in turn no revised
anil expanded. ,
Tuft asserted that his olllclnl record,
1"'" ii of acceptance, and subsequent
uHi'Kiiifes are ample indications of his
own political position. Taft switched
the iitli(;lit back to Hrynn's own po
lili. ij record, making nnalysiH thereof.
"Ilrvan should devote a little time
t 1 1- own record from which '.in soonn
tu struggling to separate himself
ill the adroitness acquired in a
twehc yrais mint for an Issuo on
nlii' Ii he can be elected president. The
read ues with which Brynn in succos
"ft in niitiiiH passes from one para
mount isM to another shows the chief
""oiiMilerntton which affected the se
lect 0r mi Issuo has been its plan
mlniiiv for attracting votes. He does
nut viv whether ho ntlll favors free
'nm.ige of silver. Ho does not permit
niiii-i'lf t, discuss the issuo of nntl-lm-fermlisin.
Wn hoar nothing front him
on tin subject of government owner
l"ip He nrofessos to bu the father,
now the heir of the Hoosovolt policies,
vet no campaign of the threo in wh'ieh
no lias taken part, two of which ho
niiM'lf led, did ho make them tlio par
"mount issue. Hryan professes to be
a Brent friend of labor, yet he was one
of the chief supporters of the passago
f Hie Gorman-Wilson bill, that made)
labor helpless, four years."
lournal Mlner for high class job work.
Wfining Work
It Takes Much Money to Make
A Mine. It Also Takes Much
Money to Kquip a Printing
Office Correctly for Doing
MINING JOB WORK
Hut the Journal-Miner Jim
Spared No F.xpouso to Make
Its
JOB DEPARTMENT
Tho Most Modern in Arizona
For the Turning Out of This
Particular Kind of Work. All
Tim Most Modern Appliances
For Catering to the Wants of
Milting Companies Aro to bo
Pound In the Establishment of
the
Sournat-9tnv Pub, Co.
1 MENTION OF
POLICIES
. J. BRYAN'S RECORD
TENDAYS SPEAKING TOUR FOR
TAFT TO DENVER AND BACK
Hv3v?!3wWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
WniItIAM.;TArtrwfcd'-Wni. tJeAVBL A FAX WEST AB DENVER
ON SPEAKING1 TOUR.
CHICAGO, Sept. II.-Ten days' traveling, with almost constant speak
ing, has been arranged for Taft. The trip will be made on special train
starting probably from Chicago about September i!.'t1i. Tho tour will ex
tend as far north as Minneapolis and Targe, south to several points in
Kansas, nml west to Denver. Taft will be buck in time to speak before tho
Deep Waterway Convention on October "to. At a Into hour tonight the
itinerary over 'which Hitchcock is working had not been concluded. It will
be made public tomorrow.
MAINE filVES MAJORITY
OF LESS THAN 10,000
FOR THE REPUBLICANS
Democrats Elect Nothing But
Thirty-Two Percent Over
The Vote In 1906.
lly Associated Press.
PORTLAND, Maine, Sept. ll.-Al-tnniigh
the republicans wore victorious
in tho 'state election today, and Pert
M. Fernald, of Poland, chosen governor
over Obedialt Gardner, of Hocklnnd,
tho democrats had the satisfaction of
seeing tlio normal republican plurality
cut to less than leu thousand for the
first time in a presidential year for
more than a quarter ot a century.
Ml
GURDIHC HYPERTHROPY ETC
BAR STEWART FROM
TRIAL
lly Assoclnletl Press.
TO.MHSTONH, Ariz., Hop!.
mm! of W. if. Hlowart,
n A,ni..rv ivlin arrived
ii.-
of
The
the
at
Fort
Huachitcu Friday to like Vl iT
test, had another coupler added to It
today when Htcwart wiih forbidden
from taking the test, because tho ox
ninining physicians found him suffer
ing fro... "cardiac hyperlhropy dila
tion and mitral ins..Hlcioney.; He was
dored to return te I ' 'rt Grant, nd
loaves for that point Wednesday, ll.o
colonel strenuously objects lo the : or
der or the medical board, ami whilo he
will obey orders without hesitancy, is
almost certain he and 1. s friends will
i slst on having the findings set aside.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY
Gain
four ropublicnn congressmen aro elect
etK
Returns for governor from 400 out
of fill) cities, towns . ml plantations
give Fernald 71,711, Uardner (H'iR.
The same places in lltOI (live republi
cans 7 1,1 lit, democrats -11,M1. This
shows a republican loss of four per
cent, and n democratic gain or intriy
two nor cent. On this basis tiioro will
lie a reiiliblicilll ltlliralitV of about
eight thousand. The next legislature
is undoubtedly republican.
LITTLEFJELO WE OUT
NO STATEMENTS TO
Hy Associated Tress,
'NKW YOUK, Hopt. II. The action
of the Methodist denomination in "!
liosiiiL' Speaker (iinuoii on the ground
that he strangled the Idttloflold bill,
designed to prevent tho snipmonts of
intoxicating liquor nuo proiiumwii
districts, has called forth a loltor from
Congressman Littlefleld to Cannon
which says that no one has authority
from hliii to hold tho speaker respon
sible for I he failure of the bill to bo
reported from the committee,
iv . HiiinmiH. ortranlzer of the Mac
cabees, was a itgolng passeugor last
night for Pnoenix.
MORNING. SEPTEMBER 16, 1908.
CAMERON GIVEN PRIM
nnri-r nuiTimi I llllll
btitm uwnnun i
IN MOM J
COUNTY
Next Delegate Has The
Biggest Meeting
Ever Held In
Kingman
SURE OF UNPRECEDENTED
REPUBLICAN MAJORITY
MANY OLD DEMOCRATS COME
FORWARD TO PLEDGE THE
ANGEL TRAIL MAN
THEIR VOTES
8c:lal to the Journal-Minor.
KINGMAN, Ariz., Sept. Il.-ltnlph
Cameron tonight received one of tlio
grandest receptions over given a can
didate in Kingman. Tho republican
mass meeting hold in Klks' Hnll this
evening was packed to the doors. Hon.
It. I.. Morrison, lion. Itiilph Cameron
and Attorney General H. H. Clark were
at homo with the audience and tho ova
tion tendered them was gratifying to
every republican present. Too inter
est shown by the democrats present
proves Cameron's popularity here.
Arriving late from Gold ltoads, lorn
Keed Camp and Victor Camp, Cameron
was busv renewing old nctiunlntancei
and making many new friends. Many
prominent democrats have openly ex
pressed their support for Cameron.
The meeting lasted till Into in the eve-
ninir anil was remarkable for tho in
terest shown by all present. Cameron
will carry Kingman and will get tho
lnrgest vote In Mohave county over
given a republican candidate for this
olUce. On every turn one meets Cam
eron's friends. Tho sound fncts intro
duced by the speakers certainly left a
good impression ami lameron leaves
Mohave county tonight with many loy
al supporters.
WEST AUSTRALIA OIVE8
FLEET BIG RECEPTION
ALHANV, Atistraltii, Sept. If!. Hear
Admiral Sperry and a number of of
ficers came ashore today. Tho admiral
was received by the premier of West
Australia, .Sir N. H. Moore. Tho party
proceeded to the rotunda, the route to
which was thronged with enthusiastic
natives. The governor of West Aus
tralia, Admiral Sir V. (I. D. Hedford,
la a speech welcomed tho Americans.
Premier Moore also welcomed the vis
itors. Admiral Hporry replied.
FOREST FIRES CHECKED IN
THEIR MAD CAREER OF
IMMENSE AMOUNT OF PROPERTY
DESTROYED BUT MANY
THREATENED TOWNS
ARE SAFE
lly AhocIiUh1 Press.
DCLITII, Minn., Sept. II.-While
the forest (Ires aro still burning along
tho north snore, it is believed they
have passed the danger jmlnt so far as
tlio threatened destruction of villages
is concerned. Hundreds of thousands
of dollars' worth of good timber has
been destroyed, however.
Grand Marias, Chicago Hay, Hovo
laud, Hig Hay, Pigeon lliver and other
smaller settlements along the shore
are thought to lie safe. On the Mssa
ha range the flumes are no longer con
sidered daneeroiis. A nard rain would
put an end to the flames. Hefngces
who were picked up at different points
nlong tho short and taken to Grand
Manas, have returned to their homes.
Tlio homes and all the possessions of
settlers back of Grand Marias wore
destroyed by fire Friday.
4. t. t. j i j f 4 I !
PRESCOTT WEATHER.
.J.
September II.
Ileported Dally for tho .Journal
Miner by John W. Fllnn, Unit
ed States Weather Observer.
4
Maximum temperature OH; mini
mum Ifij precipitation none.
Sunshine Maximum.
TE BID
HUMBOLDT SMELTER
NEW YORK GIANTS TAKE
SIXTH STRAIGHT FROM
TROLLEY DODGERS
INCREASE THEIR LEAD FOR THE
NATIONAL LEAGUE FLAO
OTHER LEADERS DO
NOT PLAY
National Loaguo SUikUiir.
Wn.Lst.
Pet.
.01(1
.011)
.(11(1
.iir."i
.I. 12
.III!
..Tit
New York 8"
10
Bl
.11
r7
70
77
hit
87
Chicago :i
Pittsburg S'J
Philadojphla 71
Cincinnati (J.'l
Hoston f,(!
Ilrooklyn -II
St. Louis .t,
Ainorlcan Loaguo Standing.
Wn. I.st.
Pet.
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111.)
Detroit"
Till
fill
(1(1
Till
(17
OS
71
WW
Chicago 7r
Cleveland 7."
St. I.oitls 7.'t
Philadelphia 01
Huston (.'
Wnshing'ton fiS
New York lit
lly Associated Press.
NKW YOHK, Sept. I l-Not in many
years have the pennant races of the
National and American Leagues been
so eloso and exciting at tnis stage of
the season's play. New York won the
only u.nmo participated in by the lend
ers of the National today, gaining
threo points percentage, and now
leads with nn ndvnntago of twenty-one
points over Chicago in second place.
Pittsburg is third, three points hchiiiM
Chicago, and today opens a series in
Philadelphia. Chicago goes to Hoston,
and St. Louis comes to New S'ork. The
crucial series of the week begin Fri
day, Pittsburg meeting New York on
the Polo grounds, and Cnicago moving
to Philadelphia.
The four-cornered race of the Amer
ican is closer htau ever because, of the
result of today's punos. Only twenty
points now sepnrate Detroit, in first
jdace, from St. Louis in fourth.
National Loaguo,
Huston I, Poiladelphia .'I.
New York !, Brooklyn ;i.
tiiugs.
Trn in-
Ainorlcan Loaguo.
Cleveland 10, Chicago I.
SI. Louis .r.. Detroit
Huston !, New York 1.
Washington !!, Philadelphia I,
Washington 0, Philadelphia 5.
oud game.
Sec-
SMALL CONTRIBUTIONS TO
BRYAN FUND MAKE
$3,0110 DAILY
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE SPEAKS
TO 25,000 IN BALTIMORE
tt AND HEARS MAINE
w RETURNS
lly AurlHted Press
CHICAGO, Sept. II. Treasurer lias
hell, of the democratic national coin
mittee, stated today that contributions
to tin1 campaign funds ranging from
one to a Hundred dollars wero being ro
coiveil at tho rate of threo thousand a
day, These are. exclusive of funds bo
ing gathered bv the flunuco commit
lee.
HALTIMOJti:, Sept. 11. -William .1.
Hryan spoke twice today, the first time
at Annapolis, wlieho ho discussed the
issues of the campaign, and tonight in
this city before an iiudlenco of twenty
five thousand.
Hryan received a great ovation to
night. Ho devoted most of the time to
the discussion of some issues presented
olsewnere. After leaving tho building
where ho spoke Hryan was shown a
bulletin of the Associated Press regaril-
iiil' the Maine elections. Ho was olnt
ed over tho ureat democratic train, and
snid it indicated a trend toward tho
democratic party which extends over
the whole country, and encourages
democrat to believe lctory in No
vember certain. I
COPPER MARKET.
NKW YOUK, Sept. H.-f'opper, lake
LHO (n) 1 i electrolytic, W (Tfl iaj
casting, I. 'tftfn
SILVER MARKET.
NIIW YOHK, Sept. It. -Silver 51j
Mexican dollars 15.
FORTY-FIFTH YEAR.
FOR THE
1190,000 OFFER
BESIDES THE
Tl
OFJEBT
Petition to Be Heard
In New Jersey Court
September
21st
That bullion will be llnwinir again
out of the Humboldt smelters and a
new era of prosperity started in north
ern Arizona in the next few montas,
is the opinion ,f those in clone touch
with the nlfairs of tho Arizona .Smelt
iugCnmpiiuy, now bankrupt and in tho
hands of a trustee.
.1. Kearney lUce, trustee of tho con
cern and tho Consolidated Arizona
.Smelting Company, an nssoclato con
corn, has petitioned the refcreu m
bankruptcy of the United States Dis
trict Court of New .lersey for an or
der authorizing him 1o sell at privato
sale the propertied of the companies la
tnis county, free and clear of all liens
except two mortgages. He desires tho
referee's permission to sell the hold
ings of the Arizona Smelting Co in puny
for the sum or 100,000, subject to tha
two mortgage agnregatlnir $240,000.
and the Consolidated Arizona Smelting
Company for the sum of $.r0,000. I
sets tort Ii in the petition that ho offor
ed lo sell tho properties at a public
sale In this city duly I.T. of this year
but no bid were received. He now
believes that he can sell the properties
at too figures stated at privato sale,
ptoviueii lie is grunted authority. The
hearing of the petition is set' for II
o'clock Monday morning, September
I.
Market reports of tho New York
curb for the week ending September 7,
show remarkable activity In tho stocks
or the I'onsoliilated Arizona Smelting
Company, l,(10.'t,()00 shares changing
hands. Tlio price opened at 18 cents.
roe ns high as IIS cents and closed at
Ui. cents. lift, 100 shares wero sold the
previous week, tun quotations ranging
from Hi to IS cents. This, in itself,
looks favorable for the oarly sale nml
lluaneiiig of tl ineerns provided per
mission is grunted to dispon of the
properties at private sale,
The properties to be sold Include the
the Humboldt smelters and patented
lauds, the Itlnc Doll group of minor,
near Mayer, one thousand shares of the
stock of the Arizona P.xplonitlou Com
pany, a claim against the same cotnps
uy in the n mount of IL'.'-'li l.'J7, night
hundred n ml seventy-eight bonds of
the DeSoto Mining Company and nine
Hundred nnd seventy nine and 11-21
shares of the capital stock of the De
Soto Mining Company.
CHANLER OR GERARD TO
HEAD THE DEMOCRATIC
NEW YORK TICKET
lly AsDoclntcd Press.
IIOCIIL'HTKIt, Sept. II. -At tho eon
elusion of n day of extended nnd slg
nlflcnnt conferences, participated l
by practically all the state lender
who are here, the nebulous condition'
surrounding the nominations by thi
democratic state convention, took li
finite form. The problem tonight I
declared to have been reduced to
choice between Lieutenant Gnverno
Chanter and Justice .tunics W. Gerard
of New York, Murphy's choice. Chan
ler Is supported by Connors.
'Friends of Congressman Hutzer de
ilnred ho was sure of 12.1 votes. Hi
Unite progress was innde todav on lb
ground work of the platform. Th
Hughes administration will bo nttnel
ed as one of gross extravagance, p
peelilly In the creation of tho puld
service roniinlssion. Practically over
detail of the Hlighos ndmlulslrntlo
will bo attacked, except his advoeae
of mill-race track gambling bills Tl
platform will endorse Hryan, Tho flroi
session will bo held tomorrow.
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