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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1008.
Many uses Are
Numerous Others Stricken From
Calendar By Judge Of Fourth
From Frldny's Dally)
i ( r Hlonn provided at a Reunion of
I,, wstrict court yewterday morning
,n rl for hrurlng and disposed of it
rtitilier of casus on the calendar of (be
Vnrmbcr term of court ns follows:
Tfin'ory of Arizona versus Charles
Brnnt niis net for hoaring November
19 Tin' case won continued from the
erni of court.
Tin niHP of James Hhiley versus
Wtl iam C. Greene, wns stricken from
thf nlendar on motion of Attorney J.
1 t Hawkins, counsel for plaintiff.
i ,r hearing of the, cane of the Trus
m i f Preseott Aerie, No. 223, Order
f hagle, vormm the Uuitci! Slntes
J.lt'iU and Guaranty Company . wns
..r December 7.
Tjc m'! of Maude M. Cliirord ot
k' m I Wultcr 8. Ixgan et nl vermin
r iionu, K.'istern and Montana
i iiiy, W. R. Clark vermin Reo Del
Mining Company, P. T. Hurley,
Jackson, (I. K. Meuny, ItaHhford
Mcr Cotiipany versus the Cash
( oinpnny were eontinucd.
i Inuring o? the case of Yavapai
iii'v versus- James I'. Storm et nl
sa-s rt for December 7.
T' e eaM' of F. 0. Freidnitin versus
II .Suttle was eontinued.
The case or S. C. Mott versus Wil
,im Brown and .1. A. Newman was set
f'.r hearing December 7.
A S. Kimbcrly versus the American
P)er Company wan continued.
John J. Maker vermis Charles Natb-
rst, administrator of the estate of
Frank Kulcher, deceased, wns wet for
hnring Deccmlier 7.
S U. Trengrove versus the White
mid Mining Company wui set for
hearing December 7.
ftiui-vrsal del Rauco Minero de Chi
1 ualma versus Charles V. Clark waa
K B. I'errin versus George A.
Trcudwell, uud A. W. McCneh versus
he Cash Miaes Company were roatia
ird. 'io?a King Mines Company versus
' birlee. II. Drown et til waa set for
rearing December 7.
.Inhu Berrie renins the Hudson Gold
M'liing Company was act for Decent
her I'nlaud Anierivaa Gold M. I M. Co.
wimik K. Trenbarth was set for De
The Dragaazu Gold Mining Co. ver
" .1 M. Nichols was set for heartag
Andrew I'. Duacaa veraua Arizona
Uo) Miaing and Milling Compway was
'i tor aeorin Daeember K.
Tke Araerieaa Trust and SaiBjs
' imipaay reraua tk Cask Mines Corn-
pnsr was continued.
Willia .1. Tamma versus the Bisbee
P.f1l Pnrmir f'nmKlir WS et for
hfiinnr Dacarhber t.
.1. Waterloo Dinndale vraus tha
Little Brother Mining Company wna
dumlssoa on mntioB of defendant.
I). J. Rya rewna tha De Soto Min
ing Company was set for hearing De
II. M. Mans uud Co. versus W. K.
Kiiwell, II. J. Beemer Company, gar
nlihcc, was at Tor hearing December
Ceorgo W. Mi-.Obie versus the Hack
hrrry Mining, Milling and Develop
ment Company was aet for hearing De
Mnllory Commission Company ver
bis K. 11. Pcrrin wa dlsmlasod.
Dennia A. Burke vornuf M. J. Hick
v waa ct for hearing December 10.
W. (J. MuoNulty, receiver Lono l'ine
Mm no ComnanY. versua ucorgo '
Fallon, receiver tho American Mining
Company, and tho Territory of Amo
fi, er rel K. S. Clark, nttornoy goner
al, versus T. II. Brown, T. C. Jordan
't al directors of tho Long Iksaeh and
Arizona Mining Compnny, weni
The Heurt of Arlrona Oold and Cop
per Compnny versus Loyal A. Osborne
et l was set for hearing Deccwoor w.
Tho International Text Kook Com
pnny vermis Edgar WI11U was sot for
hearing Doeember P.
The JeiTerr Mnufacturlng Corapu
ny versus the Crowa King Mines Com
pany wb act for Bearinn December v
A. V.iOook versus Joan H. Hcott waa
act lor hearing December 10.
Oeorge W. Hnnce versus Wales Ar
nold et nl was et for hearing De
A now trial was granted in the case
of Ben Silverman versus .1. F. Wilson
et nl., tho hearing of which was set for
O. Longncre, Sr., versus II. Wal
ter was dlsmliwd on motion of plain-
Alice .Janes versus John Wllkins
wns dismissed for want of pceution.
Albert M. Jonos versus J. W. .Sulli
van was set for hearing December 12.
Jules Baumann versus the Baumann
Conner Comnanv was set for linirlm.
J. C. Gilbert versus the Long Beach
nn.l Arirnnr. ll.,i.. f .11..
miiweil on motion of idniiitiff's utlor-
Wurreii O. Davis versusithe Co. r
Czar Mining Company, appellant, was
set for hearing December 7,
Helim Aekel versus Francisco Yepi.
et n was set for hearing December 12,
K. I). Beaton versus Willinm Wood
burn and Cumberland Mining Compa
ny wan set for hearing December 11.
It. .1. Rico versus F. X. O'Brien was
Met for hearing December lo.
F.d Devanney versus F. X. O'Brien
was set for hearing December L.
David Auch versus the Alto Oold
Mining Company was set for hearing
(lini? Hone versus Lillian Powers
wan set for hearing December 10,
Baylcas and Coflin versus the H. F.,
P. & P. Railway Company was set for
hearing November 30.
Lopcr nnd Wingfield versus Blake
Baker was net for hearing Dec. 17.
A. K. Kinc versus Blnke Baker and
B II Hmlth was set for hearing De-
C. L. Oillett versus K. L. Bullion et
a was set f"r hearing December 17.
.1. II. Cordcs versus L. L. Dnell, de
fuult, was iwt for hciariug 'December 17
An order for cost bond was mude
in tho caie of James Clayton versus
,- IIi,lu r.nld Minln.r Comnanv et al.
and an order that plaintiff give surety
for costs was made in the case of Kr-
nest Wolff Manufacturing Company
Tniinnnse Club versus the Bank of
Arironn was set for hoaring Dec. IS.
Oeorgu Snyera versus Oeorge Murga-
retic was sot for hearing December 1H.
Oliver Loner versu the Hackberry
Mining, Milling and Development Co.
till! I n...lr,m.nl f'n.
wan set for hearing December in.
William F. Gardner versus the White
nt,l ln!.ii. Cnmninv was set for
hearing Dec. 19.
M. J. Thompsoa versus .1. It. Lowry,
sheriff, and J. C. Snow was set for
hearing December ln. tnnt was found in combination wlin
- . .. !... .I..1TI. ... ... . . i 1.1 .1.. I
.Tames MclJanieia versus v-u-nc. ...
McLane and thn United 9tates Fidel
Ity and Guaranty company w. ..."
w iv wvhster veraus the Buffalo
Ariswnn Oold Mlaea Compnny
for hearinir Dee. 10.
n.m. u'hiMHkec versus I. .
Thomaa was net for hearing Dec,
i i . ... - -
Kmmo Warlon versus Julius r. .r-
lop whs eel for hearing December 21.
Bertha flmlth voraua John A. Lent
set for hr.rl.1 -.- .
Great RepubliO topper ana wu...
u.. c.:M versus John Milton
iYllJIIIlLI vwni'J '
Hulllvnn was set lor ncanng ...
: - . J n... no
Fitzhugh Leo versus
(rancis ami .. n.
hearing Decemiicr .
Ocorgo Vauer versus ,
Mines company w ni "
DfiC' . w,.nnr
I H. .lonnson vcmun i ...... ,.n--
t .1 default, was dismiss,,! on mo-
Ll of the two suit, of C. T. Joslln
- L HwMtlfB Mining Company
, u.rnnl tho ofhor set for
was dismissed and tho oiner
hoaring Novembnr in.
Hults of T. M. Karnnari an , -
i,rincT November 10.
ill be nrgura in
ease of Mrs. Allco Mocller ot al versus
n.. v...nl Cohsolidntod (lold Silver
o" .n,l R. If. DurmlsUr,
The Congroaj Coniolldated
Company, limited, versus the Dig Stick
Uolil Mining Company was set fur
hearing December "2.
L. 1. Donnoll versus ('. C. Miller was
I not for hearing November Hi.
ELECTION OF TATT WILL
arun on business
'Tuft iN tdn'ted pietidont of the
Unitnd .Stoles and you can toll every
body that I nm now buy looking over
tho field with u view of making largo
I hose were the words of F. M. Mur-
and the Develo.mi'nt Company of from the Tom Heed Action that Wal
America, addresned to a group of her C. Fellows l.im rn.tnPf.in,t .i,
menus irom ttm rear platform of his outside propeity of the Tom Reed corn
private cur before ho left last night py. What the reiiHon for the locn
for Parker. President Murphy waa uc- l',)n "f the uilni'H is can only be con
coinpanied by W. A. Drake, vico pros- jcured- that the company was hold-
ide.nt and general manager of the S.
V P. 4; P
"Mr. Drake and 1 will drive to the
I'lonet and Hlgna. mines from Parker,"
I I..nl.l f. - ..I ... I I
U " ,0 ""-""
onio mutiev and I know of nnnn lmt
ter than Yavnpal county and. the new
copper country mutuary to the Ari-
' - ""a and California railroad.
Taft president of the United States
Cameron representing this terrl-
torr in congress. Arizona is on the
ovo of the most tirosneruis nerlod In
its hlMfnrv ' ! ,ini..r...i ... i- ... !
nulled out of thn denii.
Presdent Murphy and Vice Presi-
I--. I ...Ill I .1 .
.-..i nm mi. m--i rrv. nn 01 me
.:..! ... .r .1.. .-I
r.......n...K ....... nK pnipi-ruus in wit- re
gton triuutary to the Arizona ami Cat -
"or""1 ""ilroail, including the Planet
M""' igaal mine Large forces .if
miners are now employed developing
Mh"'- t-i r pronounced
IWSSHl till' IirOHOeCt Stai!C. M n I1L' en-
K'"' who have ex.imineil the Planet
ami signal are unanimous in the opm
'""' wi I''ve among the
r,!"' -opi"'" producers of the territory
wiin ranroii.i ami r.'.liicii.m inciimrs.
They are located twenty and twenty
eight miles respectively from Boue,
the nearest railroad station on the A.
One preliminary survey for a branch
railroad has b run to Ilia 'Planet
(ml Signal from a point on tho A. and
C. four mile west of Bou'e and sur-
vey corps is now la the Held making
a second preliminary survey from
Bouse to both mines.
BYLVANITE ORES ARE
DISAPPOINTING ON TESTS I
(From Tuesday's D-illyl
BL PAW), Nov. 2. Sumples of or-
from tho new jrold camp supposed to
he sylvnnite woru tested thorougn'y
yesterday by Otis A. Critchett ut the
Custom assay office and by A. V.
Ilouck nnd .1. A. Kico. Mr. Hiee, anil
Mr. Houck both made the following
statement after the tests were com
"The ore contains the bright white
mineral supposed in no nyivitnu ami
wc made the tirst lest to ascertain
wncuier any lei.unum wus rnc
. ,..,. -,.
the ore. 1 lie test gave u very instinct
of tlmt '.mont. Another test with J
new piece of the minernl was made for
gold and silver respectively, but no
traces of tnese metals were indicated.
", third test for bismuth was
made and tho reliction showed a Iarge
per cent of that metnl and the ore was
pronoumci iV . "
" - .....-. ."...
. .. , .!" rum u.
liotn Mr. nice nnu mt. iiouc -j;rrr
. .'it. ! ri.tl.l.U I. iLIu uiittamnn I
Further tests at A. W. Houck 's as-
sav office gav the same results and In
no case were the gentlemen able to
find nold or silver combination in the
mlneraI nismuth was the only metal
Illr leiiurium. iciranymue n'' "
,, f01ind In the Coo property
nmir o.iui.m., ... -
miir nuuu.r..v w. ,m '
ayivaniic, nn.. w.B .........
K- fo-d near tL ouaopV'ne
.. . .. if.
nbout 1-0 miles runner aouin. i,
Rice has a piece of tetradymite In hu their argument became heated. Mre.
L..l.lnnl nml ll hum thn lim rcncralltl.nl ran in tnm ori)lon office In Call
vmI'... i ...... .'nn -- rt
uppearantrB n mn mnini
... tu. nrw enmp.
T;I(, goi,i found in the specimens
thnl hliVC been examined occur, free,
Mr. Rice if of the opinion mat ay .
I a at. hn.u .
vnnitai will OCCUf WIIQ Ul'PlIi. or mmr
. , Bom(J vcln, now
t.... n I. ri.ln ihst the sam-
nlcs so fnr broucht to KI Paso and sup-
. , .
posed to contain sylvnnlto oro totrady-
. wUh wh,cn thl, Rol(1 iB mcrn,y as-
socinted as it is in many oiner
r ' VlC " ! " T.V ..v.
"UOIll l wucin juu .j-
Mr. 1lfll( nd If'plenty of gold Is
found nt the camp tho fact that It Is
not Hku the sylvanlto of Cripple Creek
should not bo a source of discourage-
ment. I hope, and I nm sure wn nil
wl) u ft b,
bf f thnn CrJppJo Creek
mw, . . "7 "
hnvn nssnvod Ine oro sent from there
ul,and they nil agree mni mcrn m v
Lylvnnlte In these samples
NEW YORK, Nov. 6.-8ilver M
I Mexican dollara 45.
HERNDON WINS OUT
TREASURERSHIP BY SMALL MARGIN
TOM REED OWNERS
GATHER MORE PROPERTIES
ni8 "C property on work done on the
Tom Heed and Ben Harrison mines
T " Br0", Jml'JI0,v' "as 01
' r , " ! J,T "r"" Z
passed to the Blue Rldun mlnlt... com-
hlon with the Turn Bred people over
ii'iuii. ijirji i-iiiiiiiiiii v sn nnw in liLiirn.
tho possession of the mines. The lo
eating of the claims is sure to precip
itate tor litiuatiou. Ine end of which
eannot be foretold.
Mr. Fellows re-
turned from Preacott a few days nuo
nn,J ,"",,' 'i locations on his way
home, which is taken as an evidence
... .... ... ... , ,
", l"" n,mcn 01 prommi-ni
Prescott nttorneys In the nintter
T. I' MW'l.illnn.1 ..-i I
. (!n .lrnn.t iwt.. f,.u- .I...-.
reports wonderful activitv hi Han
Francisco district. At the Tom Iteed.
Victor. (lermnn American, Leland, and
Oold Bond mines there are forces of
me" busily employed in tho exploitn
"'" "f t ie miiies. In his opinion this
" ' l K" '" IIIIOK1
for Mohave county's gold country.
I'. II. Dickie, who has a bond on
the mine of the Mohave (.old Mining
,.,.,.... irt K,Hmau V1.-,pr,inv
Mr. UU intends to do considerable
.ork . ,,,, f(( wn.
,.r with the intention of ifi'ttinir them
in shape to make a big output. The
mines were worked by a Philadelphia
company some years ago and a large
"mount f mom-v spent with little ini-
I'rovemeni oi in,, properties.
.1. I.. Witney this week made an ex
amination of the Pilgrim iniues wnnl
1.1- U'llllnm OMlnti nn.l M 1 1.111 t.am-
t'h, mn m ,ovorn,
,..,.. ,.., i.,.,.,, i,f, f
.1,.. t.roin-rlles nt n ilenth of about .100
feet, but owning to a disagreement
the parties holdini: tnc properties tin-
dor bond quit work, since which time
only the assessment work has been
done. There is no doubt of the value
of the mines and it is to be hoped that
thev will be taken over bv n strong
compauv nnd operated in a systematic
nmnuer. The mines are across the val-
Hey from Chloride and only a few
miles from h big water supply
PARSONS HIIOOTINO NOT SO
SERIOUS AS REPORTED
r - at Moimtajii anriui's at 1
.cIoi.k yeuur morning Dr. Moonay
fmlnd 0Il aroilmnn that IM. Pa
"" injuries were not as serious
reported by Mrs. Peat and her sister
-Mrs. nates, wno reporieu ine .n.H.nK
of Parsons to the sheriff s otnee
Parsons was found lying with the
charge of shot resting on his stoiaan
Hnj .)irr ini; that he was bleeding to
(,fatn 0nIv ol)f of tj,P j-nilns of shot
pon,,trated the skin. It made an im
,,ression sixteenth nf an inch .leep,
,, , u. ,..-, , f,nm
. . . ,.ft in
" ""r I
" f " M Hnt'"-
I'red Rowe, who did the shoot.nr, na
arrested and brougnt to the city by
Deputy Sheriff Merritt and lodged in
the county jail.
p.fom t) gt-ipmfnt nf the women, it
- i..-i that the shoot n wae lha
f , mje,,. t,ow.
, (, to fc . jf loBg rfemoerat and
I -U-M a.nn.il. th AtHU
trine of th. -ocl.l.sts. When the men
I 1 .1 ..i l ...... a.. ... atuttnn
... -,..,. ,,. ,..
nmTu iiuiiniiri .-
i gut ... . - - .
I tun snerin a onicr.
n.f, .V. .nrrH in Reltlni! con
fleUoB wJfh ow, PCcured a
t ,,ar.on( Thn
LharRe ,m(1 through the casing of
, ... ,.. ..,ILt,iB Paraona
n It. a Arnnnh 'inA Hnnf rMT1 H I iHiru
ih r v... - i -
Pawn's coat, vest, shirt and under
.m.i .,n,i having ..Mnt lis forca found
resting ..lnce outside the stomach
I rt m -
ouUidn of the burning of the stomach
... , nol .Bron, j. not
Hearing the sound of the shot and
...... . . l
.! nn 'sf h" . 2 ' , i
and walked to this city a dls-
tnnrc of eight miles to Inform the of-
fic.rn of what appeared to them . kill-
,. They did not stop to examine Par-
Th ngreenbly surprised
r.liirn ,llh thn nhvalriin nnd
WM not seriously Injured
PARKERHBURO, West Virginia
Nov. 4. A plurality of 4,000 Is eonced
od to Glasscock tha republican eandi
date for governor at tha dtraoratl
ZINO EXPERT LOOKS OVER
CHLORIDE'S COMPLEX ORE
Kingman, Oct. i. F. B. F Hnodes
nsihliint mniiager of the V. S. Zinc, Co.,
Pueblo, Colorado, this week spent rev
oral days among tho mines of Chloride
nnd other parts 0f Wiillapnl district,
lie is loklug for a complex ore, carry
ing gold, silver, lead ami xlne, espec
ially r.lnc, ores that represent little val
ues to the owner. The U. y, ZIdc com
pany make n reparation of the mclnle
and hniidlo the zinc ores in their own
ovens. While here Mr. Rhodes con
tracted for a number nf carloads of
oro from the xinc-lrad mines nnd their
successful treatment will bring a big
business from this district. The com
pnny s well equipped to care for ores
complex in ennrncter and there is no
doubt that considerable business will
be done by the company with our min
ers. Several carloads of materials and
machinery have been received by the
Arir.onn (lold Mines company, nt the
Bi-Mctal mines, three or four miles
south of Kingman. The railroad com
pany hns completed Its spur track to
the mlllsito of the compnny and the
foundation of the mill is about com
plete. Work is being rushed on the
plant and it will be but a short time
until stamps nre dropping. People in
tnis part of the country nwnll develop
ments nt this mine with much interest.
It wil be the lirtt low grade mine in
the territory to be equipped and work
ed systematically and Intelligently,
the managers of the property having
lind large experience in the working of
this grade of ore.
Mr. White of the Baldwin Incomo
tlvo work", Is said to have made an
offer for one and one-half million dol
lars for the Tom Reed compnny, but
the offer was refused this week. Mr.
White has been looking over the mines
of Han Prnncfoco district and after nn
examination of the Tom Reed and Ben
Harrison projicrtles innde the offer. The
mine is turning out great burs of bul
lion every month, nevertheless the of
fer of a million nnd a half of dollars
Is double the selling price of tha flock
in the open market. Ho far there has
been no stoplng done in the property.
With a more complete development of
the property it Is af to say it will be
one of the heaviest producers of gold
bullion on tho Pnclflc coast.
MAYOR LIOIIT8 OF GOTHAM.
Custom Requires Laps
New York, Nov. A.- What is prebab
ly the oldest and most curious muni
cipal custom lit the country still ex
ii. in N'kk York after uior thua 240
vears-thnt i.r lighting the aatrance
'to resident-, of the city mayors with
In no other city In the United rttates
is this done. At present of course fae
custom la not one nf utility, but lw
ply a sort of honor ami distinction.
The precise origin r this cnrliiiis
uatora Is something of a mystery, but
It is believed to be a survival af a
practice in the early daya of tha ety
during the days nf tha Dutch occupa
tlon. At that time f burgomaster
was the eklef man of tha town aail
carried a lantern from tha town meet
ing house since tho meetings than ae-
eurred ut nightto his home, where it
was hung on the top fence rail aad left
burning until morning.
Its light served as a guide to thoa
who wished to make a complaint or
give warning of trouble.
It Is fairly certain that this custom
haH survived stnre 11108, nt least, for
at a sale of antiquities one of the ar
tides disposed of was described in the
catalogue as "a lamp said to have
been used to illumine the front of the
homo of Mayor Cornelius Hteenwyck
In Maiden Iine, and to hnve been ued
for the same purpone by three of his
successors." This .would seem to jln
dlcatn that only the hou?e of the ac
tive mayor and ex-mayora as well as
well are marked by the two lnrge
lights provided by the city. The lnmp
In front of the Wiekham family have
been in place since. 187S, when W. O.
Wiekham became mayor. There are now
nine seta of thco mayor's lamps burn
Ing In the city every night. Ho far ns
Is known Robert A. VanWyrk was the
only mayor who rrfured to have these
lighta in front of his residence. He op
posed them on the ground that they
now serve no uwfiil purpose.
WILMINGTON, Nov. . The next
legislature will be Republican in both
Official Count is Needed
To Determine Contest
BUT FOREST STILL MAINTAINS
(From Raturdny'a Unltr)
Returns were received yesterday
from Tiptop, Pluceritns nnd .Santa Ma
rin, nnd n confirmatory telegram wa
received as to the results in the Verde
precincts. As a result Hcriulon la
ejected treasurer by 'M votes and For
est is :i votes to the good over Rom
for district nttorncy. The only pre
cinct not yet heard from is Humbug,
but although it Is normnlly Democratic,
the .lournnl Miner predlcta tlmt Forest
will defeat Rosji by an eyelash.
On the fnco of tho returns Bray hi
behind but it was discovered yester
day (hat tho vote as telegraphed fron
Ash Fork did not contain n mention of
Bray's name. Tho average Republi
can vote in Ash Fork was 30 voUs,
nnd there is no question but that Dray
received hid party vote. Assuming tat
to be true, he Is 14 votes aheo4 ot
Moore for the aseembly and is ua
The Humbug ballots came in yes
terday, but the returns were sealed
and no one will know the exact vat
there until the ofllchtl oanvasa la esa4a
a week from next Monduy. Hence,
the contest over the district attoraay
will be la doubt until tha packaga i
epaned and the tally sheets inspected
by tha supervisors ou November IS.
. .Tha Majority of Morris for the houee
af representatives is now 115. His big
vote, and la fact his victory, was on
f tha surprises nf the campaign. K
ana aeetna able to account for it, aa ae
is barely of age and It was the gener
al belief that he would U slaughtered
by kli own party,
.lim Smith still umintaiiis his majar-
J ity of over 200 against Billy Neagla.
it i IgnlflrJ.n, but neverlhele. a.
undeniable fact that every preciaat
which sent a Merritt delegatloa to Ua
Democratic county conventloa, thvww
tha barpooa into Neagle. "While laie
may unt have been due to tha dlratt
influence of Merritt, yet it la a faat
tbut NangU lot all nf such preciaate.
The anccasa of Morris and othera waa
were ant closely Identified with the
"iag," led to the talk yesterday ml a
reorganization of the Democratic f)r.
ty with new blood at the head nt It.
ttlth th axeeptloa of treasurer, )
Republicans have won nil of th law
portant office. Tha legislative tlekat
in aever seriously considered, acd Mia
office of probate judge and achonl au
perintendent hnva never been regard
d a" of any partleulnr value to a
party organisation. In fuel, the Re
publicans neTer put np a candidate far
school superintendent, being well at
lefled with the work of the incumhaat.
FRENCHMAN VISITS MINW
(from Thursday's Dmllr)
The southbound train was held fcera
lust night until 10 . 10 o'clock awattlag
the arrival of J. O. Boyer of Los Aa
gelri and Monsieur DuChateau f
Vrnntr, who arrived on a special traa
from Ash Fork on their way to tha
properties of the (Junrtx King Minlag
company near Parker, The Iis Angele
train arrived In Ash fork after the de
pnrture of the southbound train They
engaged a special train and had tha
southbound train delayed here until
their arrival. Immediately after the ar
rival of the special the delayed trala
continued on Its way to Phoenix.
"The visitors are large shareholders la
the Quartr. Kink Mining company
whirh la drVrloping ocr of tt promts
Ing copper propcrtlrs of the new cop
per oompany, five rnllen north of Pr
ker. They are on their annus! visit of
inspection of the development of their