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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1908
KITTY RETURNS TO
Blue Eyes Which Went I
Astray Located By
(From Saturday's Dully)
Through tin' promptness of the Journal-Minor
in publishing the news of Its
strange liiiiMaiirri ihm, M. .1. Dickey's
liliic blooded Mult cm' kitten has Ihmii
restored t its lift l lioini' iiml is
a Hii in frolicking with it m imiiimiiiii to
the delight of it") owner.
Hi-fore th) circulating I'tlitor lltiishrd
)iin rounds yesterday three t I'ilio r
tfiJ!t ) had Iii'imi received at tne
lllckey lioine from persons who had
seen the youthful inoiinT ntrny in the
nouthorn jmrt of the city the evening
before. A fourth message convoyed
tbo pleasing inforiniitioii that the kit
ten hail been foiiml a few minutes lie
fore in the alley back of lien Weaver's
resilience, apparently suffering from
fatigue and lain ye r ami recognized by
the description publisnod in the Journal-Miner.
A messenger win dispatch
eil at once anil the lilue eyed, snowy
white feline taken to its home where
it had a Joyful reunion with the
older one and iti muster.
It is believed that kitty escaped from
the person who carried it away and
wan making a supremo effort to get
buck to its happy home when it lost its
way and was fortunately rescued from
AND COED MINE
ALE 0. K.
(Prom Saturday's Dally)
That the properties of the Arizona
Copper and Cold Company in tin;
Cherry Creek district will prove mining
the great producers of Yavapai county,
with further development and machin
ery equipment adapted to the economic
treatment of tne product, is the opin
ion of It. Humphrey of .Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, a stockholder of the com
puny, who reumeil here last night
from tin1 company's camp on his way
home after a visit of inspection for
himself ii nd a number of other stock
holders. Humphreys is nc compauicd by W.
.Innes of I'ickett, Wisconsin, a direct
or of the company. They will leave
this morning for their mimes in the,
In conversation with u Journal
.Miner representutive lust night in the
.St. .Michael hotel, Humphreys said
that he was amazed at the wonderful
mineral possibilities of this part of the
territory. lie admitted that ho was
agreeably surprised at the showing in
his company's properties and showed
in his conversation that he was more
than plcnu-il with his investment-
"In the Leghorn, Wed Cloud mid
liuglcr mines I found three well de
veloped bodies of ore," he said. "In
fact there are immense bodies of ore
opened in each. Tne veins in these
mines are so regular through the levels
that it is utterly impossible for anyone
of average intelligence to be misled as
to the ipiality of ore in these mines.
1 am not a practical miner, hi I can
not say anything of the values in the
ores, but assays recently made prove
all very rich. At the request of Di
rector Jones yesterday a mill run of
one ton of ore was made ami the re
sult is a gold button weighing f.'IO.
The button was iresented to me. 1
Haw the ore taken from tne Hurler
mine, watched it hituled to tlx1 mill mid
insisted In tlie treatment until the but
ton was recovered, 1 return home
thoroughly satlslled that the stock of
the company is a safe investment
which will brill", goid results when
the property is developed furtiier and
equipped with machinery adapted to
the economic treatment of ore of the
"The Leghorn shaft is now down
below the flOO foot level. An oiicnur-
lining feature of the development is
tliiU the ore carries hotter value) ns
depth in gained. There is a good
body of sulphide ore in the bottom of
tne shaft, larger ami carrying better
values tuaii any tiiKeu out of the liigh
"I will leave for home in the morn
ing well pleased with my investments
in the company and have no hesitation
In making the statement that the prop
erlles will prove among the best here
with furtner development and proper
equipment, he concluded.
Humphrey and Jones were nccompa
wIimI on their visit to the mini's by .
H, lliirinisler of this city, president
HUH goneiui manager or the company.
They were three minutes lute for the.
Poland train last niuht at Dowov sta
tion. They drove hero from Downy
over mo i.ynx.t reeit route, which tuny
found badly washed out In the recent
William I). .Million, president of the
Intcrwitinnnl Association of Street
Hull way F.mploy os, will he the Demo
orfttlc cauillilato for Cnngros against
ftoptonontntivo lMwin Denbv In the
Vlrst Michigan district. .Mr. Denby
i'4c!iiiul for the "open shop" at the
t'nte of the tolegrnjilioiN' strike last
; c r. tiure which time no has 1 u bit-
v oppoiod by thii labor nrgnniz.n-
HEAVY R EC EIPTSlOBLONG IME TO
Review Of Live Stock j
Market At Kansas
Hy J. A. Rlckart.
KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS,
Sept. 1 1.-Total cattle receipts last
week were liberal, at SO.dllO head, in
eluding! 11,11'KI calves, but prices ,10111
up good during the week. .More
country buyers were here thnn imy
week before this seuon, and packers
bought freely. Steers reinained about
steady for the week, including stock
ers and feeders, but cows lost " t
cents. I C it ii today is til ,000 head, mar
ket steady and active. Panhandle
steers have sold recently hero at
to fl.l.'i, cows '-'.SO to t:i.:i5, calves
l..0 to ".()), the latter L'o to "() cents
higher than a week ago, Mockers and
feeders .'t.20 to tl..'l.", Colorado beef
steers t:t.."0 to .-I.--, cows -V-.nO to
f.'t.iiO, including canners, stockcr i'A.W)
to fl.00. feeder $:.( to $:t.!H). Idaho
cows :.2., feeders fcl.TO. There is
ome talk that cattle feeding opera
lions in the corn belt will not be us
ue.-ivy this year as usual, although a
bio; com crop is practically assured,
account of the hiuh price at which
corn will likely sell, but more buyers
from the country lire horn each week.
Shipments to the country last week
were heaviest of the year, nt 0 car
loads, which not only absorbed all the
fresh arrivals, but went into the stale
supply to the extent of SI7 head.
Sheep and lambs held about sternly
last week, run 117,000 head. A big do
maud from the country is helping to
hold up the market, and packers are
also putting out more fresh mutton
than heretofore. Supply today is -Jl,-imiii
head, market 10 to I." lower, lambs
.it t.'.OO to t.'.tiii to killers for the fair
to good ones, the medium to common
kinds to country buyers nt $1.00 to
I.Sii. Yearlings are' worth ? 1.(10 to
wethers $.1,1,1 t -t 1.1 . ewes
$:t..'0 (o .f.'I.HO, feed inn and stock weth
ers, yearling niul owes 4.1.10 to .l.2."i.
It is estimatoil that orders are uore
..instantly for upwards of .'0,000 head
of sheep and lambs to go to the coun
try, fresh orders every day taking the
place of those tilled.
CAMPAIGN TO BE SHORT,
SHARP AND DECISIVE
WASHINGTON, Sept. J).-A short,
sharp and decisive campaign. That's
tin word coming from headquarters of
both the groat parties. Until October
there will not be much more than pre
liminaries. Thou a month of strenu
ous endeavor, and the balloting on
Fur this the country is grateful, but
probably it is not the country's grati
tude the managers have in miirl in
bottling up the campaign llreworks un
til later on. Neither Chairman Hitch
cock nor Chairman .Muck Is without
perplexing problems that ought to bo
straightened out before the sky-rochets
are turned loose. Some ugly Mute
"(unhides .ire not yielding to treat
ment us readily as c.iul I bo wished.
Where republican dis'ilfcctioM is most
pronounced, the democrats are holding
hack in order to secure whatever ml
vantage may bo uad of the situation.
And where democrats are lighting, re
publicans are playing the waiting
Moreover, this is a year when party
allegiance sets lightly on the average
voter. The number 1m larger than over
before of men who are not bothering
their heads over party names. There
are thousands of men to whom the
name "democrat" or "republican"
doesn't mean want it meant four years,
ago, and still less than it meant eight
or twelve or sixteen yearn ago, This
weaning away from party ties general
ly is spoken of as an increase in the
independent vote. It doesn't moan
that these men have become voters
without n party, but it does menu that
their parties have got to appeal to
their reasoiiH and not moUdy to their
loyalty to a party iiamo.
So, with sore spots that do not heal
and a greatly augmented independent
vole, the party managers nnvo got to
lav their plans most carefully. Whoop,
whoop, hurrah! from .Inly till Novem
ber will not sulllce. Tho whooping
will como in October, after still hunt
ing has accomplished all it can. Then,
as boaterH are sent in to senro up
gumo too wary to bo got by craft, mo
the Hood of campaign orators will bo
sent out to stir up party feeling. Tho
real educational work already will
have been planned and set under way
by tho elaborately organized literary
bureaus; and while It will not bo ex
ported tiiu campaign orators will ac
complish much In the way of oilucatliig
the voters, their appeal to stand by
the grand old party of Jefferson and the
grand old party of IJucoln will bo ex
pected to lino up those voterM who al
low othoiH to do their thinking I'or
The .Summon Copper company for
ugust broke all previous r rds with
an output of 1,(111,000 pounds f cop
per. Prodiicllon for August and total
eight months of tho year compare
with last year as follows (in pounds):
August 1,011,000 1,1110,000
Kight montliH ,, 1L',01.'0,000 H,:i7l,000
Tho Shannon is now operating two
of its throe furnaces and will probably
exceed tho August production in September.
BE WORKED ON
Virginia Man Purchases
J, C. Engle
(I'fora Hii!urdiiy' Dnllv)
t.'i.pi tutr ..vt.iKMKK that the mining in
dustrv of this county is becoming more
active dally and that the wonderful
mineral possibilities of this section are
becoming known to too investing ub
lie, was shown here Tuesday oyoning,
when John .Mariner of Virginia took
over the title to tho Oblong mine from
J. C, I'.ngle. Tho consnloralion oi un-
transfer was not made public out u i"
known that a considerable cash pay
ment was one of tl nsideratioiis.
'oi... .if mviiir is nreiiarini; to start
the development of tho property on a
The mine is located four miles oast
of tho citv in tho immodiato viciniij
of tho Tour Mile House. I no vein,
which is one of the largest in that see
tiou, rims In a northerly and southerly
direction through a schist belt that
can be traced from Walker to the
Point of Hocks, a distance of seven
miles. It is opened by three shafts,
two being It." feet deep mid one S
feet. Lnrgo bodies of copper and gold
bearing quart, are exposed in thee
openings aK well ns in the drifts on the
vein leading from them. Several snip
ments made from the property to the
Humboldt smelters gave good returns.
The location of the ground is favor
able for mining operations the entire
vear, as no heavy snows fall in the
winter season, the spring. ummer and
fall being Ideal from a climatic stand
point. The Pre-cotl and McCabe va
gon road pasod through the camp.
Thin highway i among the bet kept
ill the oolinYv. Precolt is tne nearest
shipping and supply point.
INDIAN WOMAN LOSER
IN vriOIIT OVER ESTATE
(Krom Welneilnv' t)allv
Judgment for the lienhoblers mid
plaintiff was grants! yesterday in the
district court in the case of W. S.
Story versus tho (loldeu Idol Mining
Company. Tho milt was for the fore
closure of a trust deed. A number of
miners had labor liens on tho property.
Tho court decided that the lien hold
ers had the first right iiml nNo granted
tho foreclosure of mortgage to tne
plain t tir.
Judgment fondt'omlnnt was rendered
in the ease of Bessie Brooks Kdgar
versus Van II. Brooks, administrator
of the estnto of lleekiah Brooks, do
coaed. The suit involved tho right of
the plaintiff to the heirship to the
property of the estate on the grounds
tlinl she was an adopted child of He,
Plaintiff, who is an Apache Indian,
,.mtnr,il l.v I-M. Pock, who killed
her mother ill nu Indian fight in this
country in tho early tiO's. Shu was
the ily a tiny tot and hor captor
presented" her to Mr. and Mrs. Brooks.
Mho was raised to womanhood under
their euro, sharing tho same roof. Mrs.
Brooks preceded hor husband to the
grave, and nftor hor death, defendant
married Andy Kdgar. She is now the
mother of several children. Judge
lli.eklnli Brooks, who was tho lirst
probate judge o fthis county, died two
years ago. sue instiiuieu a ciaim to
his estate on the grounds of being his
adopted child. Ilor claims wore con
tested by relatives of deceased, resid
ing in tho east. She pressed her Mult
in tho district court. Too case was
hoard sumo months ago by Judge Slnan
niul taken under advisement, resulting
in yesterday's decision.
The suit of the Bashford Burmistor
Company I. gainst tho Puuteuney Mine
Company was illxmissed and the at
Mrs. Kstlior Ferguson was granted a
divorce from Walter I'orguson.
Tho temporary injunction granted
on the petition of A. S. Karnhart
against the Arizona State Union No, 'I,
Western I'cderatlon of Minors, Albert
S, Kyau and Cannon, was made perma
nent as against tho state union and
Itynii. It was shown that a copy of
too Injunction had not boon served on
Patrick (lallagher, a native of Ire
land, mid A. W. Nickliii, a native of
Canada, worn granted jmturalizntliin
papers. Hearing of u number of other
applications for citizenship woro con
tinued and one was rejected.
CAMERON OPENS HIS
I'HOKNIX, .September (I. -No polit
ical mooting in years has attracted tho
Interest of Phoenix and the Salt River
valley as that to be held on too Plaza
tomorrow evening at which the repub
libau candidate for delegate, Hon,
Italph Cameron, of Coconino, will be
the principal speaker. .Vol In twenty
years haH tho candidacy of any man in
Arizona aroused tho deep interest felt
In Camoron. Tho fooling 1m general
that tho man and tho time a (Ton I Ari
zona its groat opportunity of throwing
off the shackloH of Smith and Calam
ity, non-rcsiilenco and ilii notiilnglsm,
nd putting on the robes of progress
The Cameron u ting will bo the
opening gun of tho groat campaign
which already seems cortaln to end in
a groat Cameron victory. Republican
lenders from all over the territory will
bo In attendance. Hon. 1 1. S. Clark,
mid Hon, Robert K. Morrison, of Pros
eott, will bo milling tho speakors who
will tell why Cameron should bo elect
ed and statehood assured. Ralph Cam-
. j. i, , ... ...... ,.f Iiim !
iron Million win iieinei "
straight from the snoulder heart
heart talks to the voters no frills and
furbelow- but a g I, ld fashioned. (
confidential chat on the issues whicli,
are vital to the territory. I
Following the big meeting tomorrow j
night, Cameron will never let up in ln
eainpntgii work until election day. j
n . . I L.... .In,...
The lollowing speeciimumiip
have been anaoiinced:
fricptouiber (), Phoenix, I hiirmlay
September II, Tempo, I rnUy eve
September lit, M.n, Saturday eve
Septomber lit, Ivliigiiiati, Sunday
September 1 1, Kingman, Moiidny
veiling. , ,
September HI, St. .Ion it?, Wolncdiiy
'"mug. . ..... ...
September 17, Hpringervine, i
Septomber IS, Snowllake, I riday
Septomber 10, Holbrook, Saturday
Septomber "-'I, vmiisiow, .vhiimi.
September 22, Fhigstnll, Tuesday
September L'.'l, Williams Wednesday
September 21, Prceott, Thursday
September 2.", Congrcfi, Friday ve
September 20, Wickenbnrg, Saturday
September 2S, Florei , Monday eve
September 20, in country, Tuesday.
September 'AH, ,Yuma, Wednesday
October I, Red Hook, Silver Boll,
October 2, Sasco, Friday evening.
October !l, Tucson, Saturday evening.
October I, Benson to Negates, Sun
October ., Nogalcs, Monday evening.
October (!, Douglas, Tueday evening.
October 7, Biiboo, Wedne-day live
ning. October S, Tombstone, Tliinsilny eve
ning. October 10, (Hobo, Saturday eve
ning. October 12, Sairord, Monday evening.
October lit, Clifton, Tuoday eve
ning. October II, Motenci, Vslnesday
October lo, Metenlf, Thursday live
ning. October 17, Benson, Sat unlay eve
October 10, Hi. DnvidS country,
October 20, llisbee, Tuesday evening.
October 21, Itisbce, Wednesday.
October 22, Phoenix, Thursday.
October 2.'I-2I, House, Wooden and
country, Friday ami Saturday.
October 2."20, Crown King, Sunday
October 27, Mayor, Tuesday.
October 28, Vordo valley Thursday.
October .'10, Camp Verde, Friday.
October 'Al, Jerome, Saturday.
TOLITICS AND POLITICIANS.
The Independence League of Ohio
has nomipiitoil a state ticket headed
by A. F. Otto of Cincinnati as candi
date for governor.
Nino out of sixteen Donmerntie mini
inees for Congress from Texas have
David W. Hill, former speaker of
tho Missouri House of Representatives,
has announced his caudiilacy for
Failed States senator on too Republi
Tho Massachtn-etts Socialists have
nominated a complete state ticket
headed by .lames F. Carev of IIiivit-
hill for governor.
IJihi Root, Secretary of State, has
been chosen as a delegate to tho Re
publican state convention which is to
meet in Saratoga next week.
W. Ilourke Cochran of New York
has accepted mi invitation from
the Democratic campaign committee
to ilelixor a series of speeches in the
The Iowa "htmulpatters" are said
to favor Congressman (lllbert N. Han
geu of tho Fourtn district as the best
man to make tho race against (lov
omor Cummins for the United States
Republicans of Now Kugland are to
hold a big barbeeuu at Point of Pines,
near lloslon, on September I.". Con
gressman l.ongworth, son-in-law of
President Roosevelt, will be olio of
The Republican State coinmitte of
Missouri is to have the serviceH of
Arnold Shanklin, United Stntes sul
general to Panama, for a speaking tour
of tho statu in .September and October.
State Senator Archibald McNeil of
Bridgeport, Conn., who was a candidate
for tho vieu presidential Humiliation
nt tho Denver convention last July,
has declined to become a cmnllilnto for
tho Democratic gubernatorial nomina
tion in Connecticut.
Tho Association of Sontnern Demo
crats, composed of former residents of
the tiou th now living In New York
City, which was quite prominent in
tho presidential campaign of IWI2, has
been reorganized to campaign for tho
Bryan ami Kern ticket.
Kdltors of forty trade union journ
als published in various partM of tho
country met in convention in Chicago
recently and after forming a perman
ent organization voted their support
for llrynn ami tho Democrat lo ticket.
J. Kl wood Cox, who has been nomiii
nled for governor of North Carolina
by tho Republicans of that Mate, is
known as too "Bobbin king," frnm
the fact that his factories make more
bobbins for spinning cotton than any
other concern in tho world.
John Jlays llmiiinoiid, tho now chair
man of the oxocutl
National l.oaguo of Republican Clubs,
In 1.1. it 1 M t
I'loiiiiiiij- wie mosi lamous milling
engineer in the world. Only within
tho last year or two has ho boon actlvo
In polities. For a few weuka prior to
the Republican national convention in
Chicago last Juno h,o was a candidate
for tho nomination for vice president.
Mr. Hammond is a native of Han Fran
cisco mid wan a classmate of William
H. Tuft at Yule UuiverHlty.
Voice of the
S '1 " ' n-h'. ...ng.essional
.",r!'!'K....K ""V.... v .s bv shaking
.....Miainted will, ww arrivals.
Ch ingressiiiiini asp'" .
. in- mid at once III
tang cm- iii-i"'""" v
,,1,'es the' public with conndence h.
,,c has ability and ' '.'
things." His net. v. ty in ""'
: . , . i., i.;... nr.oii iiontlv bo-
rmrs nas imiuni i ,
f,e the people as .me who tuny bo
depended upon nt '" ' "
personal affairs, which nave
. general public, have I n conduct
ed in such an aggro-sive manner as to
attract attention mid win hi... ....
Mono and single handed he has fought
nnd defeated .me of the largest cor
porati.ms in Arizona and is tilny i
,os ion of "llrig.-l Angel I rail, a
feat that evidences the fact that when
the I pie repose .-..ali-lei in Ralph
Cameron as their representative in
Washington he will render a good ac
count of his stewardship. 'I he future
of Arizona will be the paramount in
sue with tho republican delegate to
m. r - ..r..n is a taxpayer
congress. . " , , : :
of Arizona; by hi- ..wn might oo has
buildod where others leareu io i
1... t.i. Indomitable energy he has
demonstrated that Arizona N a conn
trv pregnant with incmcuiaoie r
sources that aawit only tho magnetic
..ii..,. ,,. I,., uroiielit bv capital
and brawn. Be has demonstrated this
in maiiv ways, ntnl the country nas
been materially advanced througo his
ceuoles enterprise. The republican
parlv made im mistake when its mini
Hinted Ralph Cameron a" its standard
bearer for I0OS. Yuma Sentinel.
HON. RALPH CAMERON.
Ralph ' aineriui. tho Republican mini
inc.. for congress, wns in Hie city Mmi
dav and Tuesday last. Icing intro
I Meed and getting acipiainted with the
piNiple. Mr. Cameron is no stranger
hero, lor the rea.ui that ho has been
a visitor to the old town, oil' and on,
for lo these many years. He was, how
ever, compelled to express surprise at
Hie wonderful growth f the town;
tlie many palatial li..me uiid stibstan
tin! business houses the city airords.
When spoken to eolirerilillg his pro
liable election, he expressed confidence
in linal results. He had, ho said, .ass
d much of his life in Arizona, mid
spoke enthusiastically of her great
natural resources ami rapid develop
meat. With the north he was better
acipiainted that he was with tho south,
although ho was fully conscious of her
great growth and coiiinercial impor
tance. Mei'ore the prcsuut campaign is
over there would nut, ho said, bo an
unexplored comer in her whole do
main. That ho will take well with the poo
pie there can be no doubt. Fully in
formed on the public ipiostlons of tho
day and reuli: the important part
Arizona is to play in the near future,
he realizes the responsibility of the
situation and if elected, as ho believes
ho will be, he fells himself equal to
the emergency. Mr. Cameron is of
pleasing personality, a wide awake,
progressive business man and a man
of whom any constituency may well
fool proud. Before returning hero ho
will visit all tho southern towns, toll
them of his hopes mid aspirations and
ask them for their suffrage at the com
ing election in November. Tucson
WILL OET RESULTS.
From all over Arizona come the
encouraging reports of the candidacy
of Ralph Cameron for delegate to
congress. The amount of space tho
democratic press are giving in an ef
fort to belittle the republican candi
date is strong evidence that the
friends of Marcus rue scared.
The republicans of Arizona have of
fered to the people of the territory n
man in every, way flitted for per
forming tho duties of delegate to con
gress, Itulph Cameron is capable, in
dustrious, honest mid imbued with a
great love for tho laud ho calls
"home," nnd when he goes to Wash
ington ho will give all his timo and
thought toward obtaining for this ter
ritory tho rights that are duo.
If tho peopl,. s I Camoron t.ioro,
his record will bo. one of deed, not on,!
of words, and it will not bo possible
to put what ho luus dime for Arizona
i a pamphlet filled with blank pages.
Phoenix (lazetto. 1
NORTH SOLID TOR CAMERON.
t''S' 'iU"'y, Huperinteiident of
ho lorriti.rial Industrial School at
"..so,, arrived this city this morn
ing after a vlsi, f f,.vv llllVM 1(t ,,,
M stamping grounds Wlnslow, Cow
nino county, '
1'n"'r'' ' no in Ari.onn better
W to giiago the political sentiment
of ho north bettor than Jim Mai Z
" ho haH lived in the north for Z
(ml knows evc.yone. Today Mr.J M,,
l onoy stated to a representatlvo , f the
.m-tto that Ralph' ('ainor , !o
"-Jt run, alj iSic.db , ' t(l;t !
Mr Mhu,1ov,'0"ilm "!""'" ,,fl''""l
l'M'"( majority , 7.' J'"' ro
Phoenix (Inzotto ,U "V'-
man representing tho terril nv . , .
...i... ui iu ..i ... .i 111 'Jt
leaders, there is absolutely no ru'L,
. i I... I r i... . .
oi I ne iii-ik i uu: repuilllcnn iijo
being Ignored, but are content to ...
I ... I. M...I. U...I.I. ...1... I !M
liarn ..in in .tioiio, who nas U ,,.
voice iii national affairs than . i...
ming bird In a Tucson flower K.ir,fj
inn. i- in" u-iip.-.i io seo Hint tl
have's the elTrontery to cry "r.J
rim I in anil Diiiii-oooii nils vi. .
they have done for the Ian tu j.
canes.- -iimiii'i' ..liner.
DEMOCRATS AT DAY
The best evidence of t, ,e,m
tiou of tho '.Southern Ariz inn iLJ
onus over mo imponiiing pfPni ,
.viara mnmi in me inane niul Mijl
manner in which they arc trv nr, J
u...... Ilii. I 'tl litnriili tun.... ....I 1
-'"' ' TT II I I'll (,.,
ly and swiftly nwoopiiig over tlir Terl
rnory iiko n prairie arc i,ff()rt
Attempts to ridlcnlo the HcptiMifJ
iiiiiiKiiiii- .... '.i-n-nuie III i Onffffil
having proven futile, thov have fnii..l
on ny onoriH just as nsinlno, wmtUA
mid cowardly, -to cast aspersion on ill
gentlemen wno are assisting in (J
Republican campaign. The Incnl uA
cratie press lias rofrnined from mukltJ
iiirect onnrgo.s, instoaii craven v mrf.'J
iug in inueiido and insinuntinn in 1
iiiipossinio nope or creating scntmfd
against the Republican cause bv n4
iiious references with reuMrds In ..J
tain individuals who are not
ilatos tor ollico anil wnnsn lummy, iJ
tegrrty and oloanlinoss in luisincMnl
politics tiiixo are aiiovo rcprnacli. I
Always the first to invo kdi
"dirty" politics ami " nuiiliilinl
I nt local iJoiuocratic press n4
brought to bay is nlvvayM first to UiiJ
ly invoke tint .loception, tnrlierr n
chicanery that is scorned by imliiiruJ
who play the game on the uprf.
ATTRACTION ONE OF THE 0BEAI
EST EVER OFFERED AT AhT
I'HOKNIX, Sept. 11. ( nntrwl
nave boon closed liy the fnir fuaiJ
sioner with Roy Knabonsaiio for !lI
Mights of Iiin celebrated air chip ii
ing the week of tho Fourth Ui-J
l air at Phoenix, November 9 to
This assures visitors an opportnil
to view ascentM ny one or the rimIi
aoiial navigators the world bit t
known. Mr. Knaboiishtio will un I
new airship in making thovc t(
whicn is 12, ft. long, and which
a carload of acid to generate tbt i
for the intense machine. Thin rawJ
aerial vehicle is capable of rnrrjitil
niimiicr or passengers, ami tligbtt il
to bo made over the grounds ani cl
during the progress of tho fair VI
itors to the fair will also It g'l
an opportunity to inspect this t.i 1
ing machine nt oloso quarters nii'
aiiiitiou tout, whom daily lecture i
bo given by Mr. Kuabeiisliiic. Ac
live balloon will also be one nf tilt
tractions, in whicn visitors will U
lowed to ascend mid experienff
novel sensation of an nsrent U
In offering these big nttrnrtiua I
rair visitors tho Fair ( oniiniuM
feel that thov have secured for i
public tho greatest and most tnllfl I
invention in tho world today.
FURNITURE THEFT LANDS
ICrnm Thur.,lnv'. IVlllv)
Accused of the theft of a wsik'Jj
from the basement of tho (oiicrem
ll.l K Ii... I l.',.,L- Pnllirr. a
iirinl i.-t.u l.l....,l !.. il... ..ill- mil Tl
.inn (ill, Ill llli' . 7 4 ,
terday liy Cliicf of Police
.-unco ins incnrceraiion i;oiucr u'
taitteil other thof U, according m
statu of the police chief.
',,llt.,- II ..ul.ul.inil 11
-'iiiii.-l pifiii niu Hniiini.i.i'. .1
Darlington nucnnil hand store n 'l
I .. .. . .... . f ll. M
one. Mtroot. Al tlie lime in -l
I... I ..... i.. l,.rj(l
mi iiiiuriiKMi me person in vu-,-
tho docond hand store that I' k7
valiiablo drossor which ho
sell also. Tho dresser in iuetij
believed to bo a piece of the mi
t'ltrrii ..... t.. ,1... ri.nnl fit I
ii. i.i ill ii IIL'llllllil III HI i ....I-. I
ooiei irom wlilcli tho wakinaui -taken.
It wiih lu tho apartment t
tliiiK i.r ii... .....l it Mi.iipin il
... .in, 1.111.-1 llllll lb .- --
Ciilllo. I....I....1 .... l,,.f,,ri ht I
- ...nui ,,un ioi;aitii .iji " .
cooded in carrying it away Tk'J
nf I,.... .. ...... I I.., I.. i.itli nJ
.nil tYfilui iiiliniiin i.i.. i i
wringors 1h aiuo charged In Colli'fd
wen as other articles oi i"'"
tvlii.il. I... t.. ..II.... ...I .lllllOiM
"in.,, ,i n lUIUglHI III llll I v
tho second hand Htoro and '"lrtl
tho city. J
Collier is said to bo an old ofl
wno has served at least one '""I
too county jail. He will l"' "
lieforo Jiistico o ftho I'cac
In tho next few dayH.
THIRD DIVIDEND PAID
TO BANK DBI'OS
rll I Wlll, T50IH. ,
r'i,..i..u a ii........ i. .A iii tie'
VI.MH -Krn-r tl
"'"""' jiuuiiii i.i.iu; j...." - .
dlvliloiid to depositors of
Nntlnmil llf..,t nf Vnrth
Thin divedenil makeH 75 per J
In nil .1.... .1... 1 1. ..Iwii.I 1IC
niocu iiiu loilliv n""- -. .j
on Januarv 211 last.
pucta to pay tho final 25 I
"-on neioro tlie end in iu --'
according to national bank tfff
ii mo asKoiB aro buiiiciciui v
there nee m s u0 doubt, Hie at
wilt l.... I..i..n.i nt t
of fl per cent on tholr ti'i"."' "
uiuu u wuh tied up.
s3i I . .