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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1608
ATTORNEYS WITHDRAW FLEA
Counsel for T. O. Norris llavo Filed a
Demurrer to Indictment.
INTENDS TO WORK
YAVAPAI PLACER GROUND
Cnptntn and Mm. Edward A. 3lur- ennnt ( hnrlcs Sherman Hoyt left Fri
ts nt a din-1 "ay morning for lort liunchucn. itn-
ns wnri thn llntlfirill I'llosts
ner party Riven Saturday evening ly
. . . i t tt.t111. t.
i itiiiif nnnnr linn .uin. tt iniinii i
Wheatiey, ns n iiirewcii ior wu: .-jwir-
geses left Sundny for their new stn
tlon nt Honolulu. Covers were lnld
fur IJentennni nnil Mrs. Whc.'lllcV.
Captain and Mrs. Edward A. Sturgcs,
and Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Chever-
One of the pretty dinners of Thurs
day was given In the Mount Vernon
nvenue home of .Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas
O. Norrls. The circular tublo wns do-
i .1 111. ..Ham. aIiv trs ti n r li nm ti m
cuiuivu nun ,un" viM?i...mi-,.v
od Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold A. uiicvorion,
mm I... v I-l ir u IIhIiaI Un.
tj u a 1 1 rnn piitiiTii . ijriuuDi
niinii .i inwKini nnii i nuiiiun nun.
imam iorris mm r. nu m.
nomas u. iiuin?.
Mayor and Mrs. Morris Goldwuter'a
dinner on Thursday was nn unusunlly
pretty affair. The tablo was profuse
ly decorated with American Beauty
... t . 1 -
roues ana mose wno cujujrvu mc ur
llclous menu wcro Mr. and Mrs, Lcroy
Ktnci fianer, jar. t.osicy v,. ucmcn
and Lieutenant John O. Qucckemcyer,
Miss Olive Fisher was hostess on
Tuesday afternoon at n very jolly
sewing parly, and royally entertained
a few of her girl friends nt tea. Those
who thoroughly enjoyed thn nftcrnoon
were the Ml hi Mabel Norns, Ann
McKenslc und Winnlfred Fredericks
A charming dinner was civon on
Thursday last by Mr. and Mrs. Wal
lace Fairbank at their home on South
Pleasant Mtrent. Around the pettily
appointed tnblc were Mr. and Mrs. 0,
Longacre, Sr., Miss Lora Dltnar, Miss
'Florence Cndy, MImh Louise Glbbs,
Mim Helen Edwards and the Messrs.
Edwurd Lojunc, O. Longacre, Jr., und
Ob Thursday Lieutenant and Mrs
William F. Wheatiey presided over a
charmingly appointed dinner. Quanti
ties of pink chrysanthemums docorat
ed the tnblo around which were seated
Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie H. Larimer, MojoT
Churle 0. Morton, Doctor J. M. Law
rence, nnd Llcutonuut John H. Bnkcr
und Charles Sherman Hoyt
Mrs. (1. K. Monny entertained the
Prescott Bridge Club very pleasantly
on Tuesday afternoon nt her homo on
Mount Vernon avenue and had as her
iruestH Mrs. Morris Ooldwater, Mrs,
im n X- 1 AT f n UTnlniltl
1 noma II. AtirjIB, .tun- vi. ..
J., and Miss Theresa Fredericks.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burks entertain
ed very delightfully on Thursday nt a
Thanksgiving dinner. Tho color
scheme was oronge the venter piece
being u Inrge pumpkin, filled with
nuta nnd grapes, and the plncn curds
were ornngo satin scent bags in the
shape of small pumpkins. Those- who
enjoyed the delicious menu were the
Misses Elsie Dean, Ethol Wood, 11.
Mauvelt, and Dr. R. W. Graham.
Judge nnd Mrs. K. E. Sloan were
dinner hosts at a charmingly appoint
ed dinner on Thursday evening, and
also a farewell to Major and Mrs. C.
C. Walcutt, Jr.
jor Morton goes to inspect the post,
ad Lieutenant Hoyt to join his troop
Miss Winnlfredn dale left Tuesday
afternoon for Iluntiiiutnii. Tenn.. ,.. t...i i... .t.. .i..r...,.i,..,t
ijun mn ruiiiiiiiniu nj iui; m iviinimn
(Krom Hundny's Unity)
Attorneys Hocio M. King and I.eroy
Anderson, representing Attorney T. G.
Norris, charged with perjury, with
drew the plea of not guilty of their
client In the district court yesterday
and filed a demurrer to tho Indictment.
Attorneys Mug nnd Anderson set
forth In the demurrer that the Indict
ment falls to set fortn the substance
of the suit In which the nlleged per
where she has accepted a position In
tho college there as instructor In vo-
al and elocution. Miss Gale has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Lcroy An-
lerson, for the past six months.
Doctor .1. M. Lawrence arrived at
Whipple liarracks on Monday evening
Their arguments in support of the de
murrer occupied almost two hours of
the forenoon session of the court.
They asert that the alleged fnlse tes
timony of Xorrls wns not material in
the case In which the alleged perjury
was committed. They cited n number
ami win i,o tno guest or weuicnnnt" i f , ., , ... nf their nosl
ti..l.- . r 1 f 1 1 I-
mini-r nun ui-rni'iiii'ypr ior a coujpic
Tito Mondny Club met in
lergnrten room on Monday
communication from the Educational
Art Exhibit of Huston wan referred to
tho Art Section for consideration.
Furthor business wns transacted and
the meeting adjourned.
After the recesn tho Art Section
held its session, Mrs. lllnrk in charge
of tho program. A paper on the Feu
dul Age, and the 111 so of Cities" was
read by Mrs. Heuch, and proved very
Interesting and instructive. "The
Charter Towns," u paper by Mrs. Nor
veil, and "Phlliti of Hnrirundv." by
Mrs. Ilurks, completed the progrum.
On Monday. Nov. 30th. tho club
will meet nt the usual time. Commit'
tea's report .on the sale of tage will
be handed In. After the business
medtinir tho Music Section will hold
Court adjourned at noon until l
o'clock Mondny momlg when District
Attorney Morrison will argue against
sustaining the demurrer.
The matter of granting n new trial
to C. Montero, convicted of assault
with a deadly weapon Thursday was
taken under advisement by the court,
after listening to the nrgumcntH of At
torncy Ling for the defense and Dls
trict Attorney Morrison, until Mon
BANKERS TO MEET.
FORGER OUY MAKES
(Krom 'Sunday's Xally)
With his vullso fairly well flllol
with blank checks on hanks of severhl
of the large cities of thn United
Statcn and rubber stamps of Improved
pattern to certify the forged Instru
menu in possession of tho schriff'n of
lice, S. P. Guy, who cusncd $100 worth
f bogus certified cheeks on a ios An
geles banking institution 1n the city
last week, was still at liberty ut a
lrtte liour last night. Early yesterday
morning the vnllso containing tho em
bryo checks nnd the rubber stamps
was found by Chief of Police Prince
in u room occupied by him during his
stay here last week.
Descriptions of the geuinl Guy were
wired and mailed to different parts of
the territory by the sheriff's office
late Friduy night nnd early yesterdny
morning. Tnc officers kept up n
search for him all day yesterday and
have not nbundoncd hopes for his cap
ture. In fact, they are expecting news
of his npprehenslon at any time, ns
they believe his escape from the terri
tory Is almost iniH)8sible
Further hopes for hi early appro
hcnslon arc In the fuct that the Hank
rs' Association nas taken up the mat
ter, as they nre now awnro that Guy
Is a dangerous man to enjoy Ills Hirer
ty any longer, being assured from tho
hnrncter of his forgeries that tney
arc among the best kpeclmens of spu
rious cheeks ever seen in tho west
Guy wus last seen Friday evening
about fi;30 o'clock when he was put
Mrs. Thomas 0. Norrls entejtalned
the Prescott Hridge Club very delight
fully on Friday afternoon, nt which
meeting tho club held their drawing,
und Mm. Meany was high for tho se
ries. Those who enjoyed tho afternoon
worn Mrs. Morris Ooldwater. Mrs. 0.
E. Meany and Miss Theresa Freder
Tuesday aftornoon Major and Mrs.
Fred. W. Foster loft Whipple for
their new station nt Honolulu, After
n residence of four years nt Whipple
Darrafks, the Fosters havo a great
many frlende, nil of whom regret that
thoy have to go.
A largo crowd of friends wcro nt tho
station on Saturday nftcrnon to Md
Major nnd Mrs. C. C. Walcutt, Jr,
adieu. Major and Mrs. Walcutt will
visit at the Grand Canyon for two
days, nnd then after a visit of a week
with friends in Los Angeles, will go
to Washington, D. 0., for tho winter
months. After a detail of six years
a constructing quartermaster at Whip
pie, the Major will enjoy a four months
leave, which will be spent at his borne,
Columbus, Ohio, and in Washington
Major Charles 0. MortoB and Lieu
off a freight train pulling out for the pmcott ptotographtr Annexes Honors
at Territorial Fair.
(From Sunday's Dally)
Among tho prites carried off by Yn
vapal exhibits this fall for which tho
county can be justly proud, not the
least worthy of attention Is tho sweep
of nwards made by T. H. Dato, the
photographer of this city, at the pho-
north In the railroad yards. iue
brakeman wno ejected him from the
train is ulmost ccrtnin that he did not
Ward the train a second time, as
when he saw Guy Inst ho was walking
n the direction of tho bills north of
Habitueii of some of the local ro
Prescott Man 1 s Scheduled to Address
1HSHEE, Nov. i!9-Thc Hlsbec bank
ers nave Issued n very modest but nt
tho same time a very artistic invlta
tion to tho rest of the bankers of the
territory, and n few pnrttculnr guests,
to meet with them lu the nnnunl con
vnntlon of the Arlr.onn Hankers' M
sociatlon, which Is to be held Decern
ber 4 nnd T, in thnt city. The invlta
tlon is accompanied by the program
arranged as follows:
First Dy-10 A. M
Address of welcome Geo. II. Ncale
mayor of nlsocc.
Response John M. Ormiby,
Prayer-He v. W. E. Splcer.
Address of president.
Keport of secretary.
Kcport of treasurer.
Heport of executive council.
Address, "Hank Supervision"
Sims Ely, bank comptroller of Arizona
Afternoon Session 2 P. M,
Selection of vice presidents of coun
Address Stoddard Jess, O-'irst Na
tional bunk of Los Angeles.
Address, "Panic Memories" Her
bert H. Tcnney, Consolidated Nationnl
Naming of committee to nominate
Second Dy 10 A. M.
Keport of nominating committee.
Address, "Some Suggestions"
Moses H. Ilazcltlne, Hank of Arlzonn,
Address, "Lessons from tho Panic"
E. W. Kuyser, First National Hank,
Itoll call by counties for remarks
for "good of tho order."
Election of officers.
(From Sunday's Unlly)
After completing a thorough exami
nation of the properties of the Spec
Mining Company on Lynx Creek, for
merly known ns the Clark cstnte, M.
Huckley and W. J. Torrence left
here yesterday on n tour of Inspec
tion of the great placer mines of tho
country to study operating conditions
with a view of purchasing and instati
ng the innchincry best adapted to tho
recovery of gold from the rich gravel
beds of the Spec properties.
Director Buckley of tho Spec Min
ing Company recently returned here
ME8C'- GROUT HAS
i::runE value ore body
(Frm " -it'iy's Daily)
Sulphide ore I lies averaging two
and n half feet In thickness and assay
ing from 1M0 to 1 7.5 4 ounces of gold
to tin1 ton are now being opened in
the Mescal group of mines, recently
purchased by the United Gold Mines
Cnmpnny, nccording to the stntcsments
GOLDEN GEM MINE
PROVES ITSELF BONANZA
of the company nnd ti chemist
metallurgist of wide experience.
These ore bodies, General Manager
Tonillnson snys, are known ns shoots
numbered two and three in the -100-foot
crosscut level In tho Gold Hug
from n four months stny In tho east, I shaft. Both extend Into the American
wnere he financed the company for thelEngle vein nt n depth of .ISO feet from
equipment of thu necessary machinery,
He was accompanied by Torrence, n
mechanic of wide experience in placer
In conversation with a Journal-Min
er representative before they left yes
terday, Torrence said: "I am thor
oughly satisfied that tho gravel beds
of the Spec property nro nmong thn
KINGMAN, Nov. 2-1.-Tno Golden
Gem mine, nt Cerbnl, is In great ban
nnxa. The change from 10 feet of
low grade ore on the 400 to high grado
10 feet deeper is a fair Mint ration of
,tln' evolution of n mine. Tlu Gem
has an Interesting history. Pay ore
was first taken from this property
of E. L. Tnmllnson, general manager several years ago by Col. T. L. Ayurs.
It was like receiving money from nil
unexpected quarter. Mr. and Mrs.
Avers, with two children, lived nnd
delved a long time in tin shadow of
the pay shoot before rinding it, but
it wax Hi err all the time for the. dig
glng. After finding the ore the (Sol
one! lost tin time In getting It to ii
smelter and the money in his pocket.
tho surface. Preparations nre under
on snoot number l to connect with
tho level below, which will furnish, n
good nlr supply for stoplng.
Preliminary operations nnd ore tests
have proven so encouraging that tho
company is making preparations to
mien the miiu'N extensively nnd ndd
j - '
fiMn-M In thn west in nlncer I'nlil. It iv ni-n-lilnrrv In th twentv-stnmn
Is only a question of equipping tho mill on the ground, increasing Its cn-
ground with tho machinery best adapt
ed to tho recovery of tho yellow metal.
"With tho installation of machin
ery that will prove a success, other
properties will be similarly equipped
nnd the old time face of Lynx Creek
nh u rich placer field will spread all
over the country. The gold Is cer
tainly there. The only question is the
installation of mnchlnery best ndnpt
ed to Its economic recovery on a large
scule. The equipment there now wns
erected by tendcrfeet in the placor
"Machinery adapted to working tho
sands of one river will not prove n
success in recovering gold from gravel
beds similar to those of Lynx Creek,,
and the fact that n failure has been
made with one kind of a plant Is no
proof that the ground is not as rich
as represented. In fnct 1 was surpris
ed at finding such good results from
the tests made of the Spec ground un
der my direction.
"Placer mining is fast becoming
one of the leading mining industries!
of California and other states. It Is
the cleanest clnss of mining, ns the
results enn be seen every night when
toe cleanup Is made. In ndditlon there
is no worry in the management that
the price of the product will fluctuate
like copper nnd other mineral products.
"Watch out for one of tho great
est booms ever seen iu placer mining
in this part of Arizona as soon ns the
first plant is instnlled that will prove
success in recovering the yellow met-
I from the rich gravel beds of Lynx
Treek," he concluded.
. . . . , ., . I 111 - . - JllIK ..fill
way to start sinking n wonting sunn tins nei wns over iuij,hmi in ri-i-h
' .. 'I'l... ..... .1..... ...... I I . v... I nnii
llllllllll. fill- till- llll'll J1LHllWli.il Hill.
beciimo a milling proposition. Then it
got lower grade. The Ayers packed
their turkey nnd hied to the city by
the Golden Gate where they Invested
their earnings from tun rocks in sur
fnce Indications nnd it won again.
The daughter and sou mnrrieil among
the high grades of Sun Francisco and
good fortune ha ntfended them all
since the day when oiie more shot dis
closed the wealth nf the Golden Gem.
When the shipping ore plnc.ied thn
sAyers concluded that they would let
others take the chance, of .finding more
Without consulting the, spirits', Chas.
D. I -a n0 took a whack nt it sinking
the shaft deeper into the unproductive
.one nnd drifting. The next grasi
root miner to put in money Was Henry
McKay. He also confined himself to
tne unfriendly zone. Each time Ayers
got a good piece of money and the
mine back. Along about there times
the Ayers family wore n perpetual
umile. Money nil the time. Each out
fit got n little deeper down but not
below the ri-e nnd fall of the tide.
It was a theory believed iu by every
man on the dynamite line that the ore
was below. The. present company,
with t). F. Kuencer as consulting An
gincer, put up n .10-tnn mill and stamp
ed everything in sight. Then as the
treasury run low It became manifest
tnat the ore was deeper If nt all This
was Kucnrer's opinion. It takes mon
ey to go down into natures storehouses
and the panic wan on. It wns tinnier
to raise money than to lift yourself
up, by your boot straps. The money
had to be raised, no use tnlklug, it
was jinking ntoney or a 'good mine,
would again stund. idle. They rustled
$.,000 und put that expert miner,
Joe Morgan nt the hcud nt tun job
paclty to 100 tons In the twenty-four
hours. The new plant will bo n com
plete slimes treatment with the Mooro
filter process. Sliming will be accom
plished wlthtjbc mills after amalga
mation and concentration. Numerous
tests of ores of the district prove that
itO per cent of tho gold values can be
saved by this combination of treat
ments. Tho tests huve been cnrcfully
worked out by Mannger Tomllnson.
The new plnnt will be used for the
trcntment of ores from other proper
ties In the district, which will bo pur
chased by the company in addition to
tile product of Us own mines.
This immediate section of the Has
sayampa district Is one of the richest
g6ld ores in the county. Prospectors
and miners have mndo fortunes since
is discovery mining nnd shipping the
rich surface ores, ubandbnlng develop
ment when the ?ulphldo r.one was
reached, there being no reduction plant
adapted to tho recovery of gold val
ues from sulphides within reach.
With the ne wplant of The United
Gold Mines Compapy installed and its
success proven, the opening of numer
ous mines and prospects in that vicin
ity, the product of which will not net
u profit under present conditions, will
be commenced and will furnish em
ployment to hundreds of miners.
ATTORNEYS TO DINE.
LONG IDLE MINE TO
RESUME WORK AT ONCE
CAPTURES MANY PRIZES.
sorts where the merry clink of glasses L hip cornpCtltion of the territorial
mlnitles with the friendly discussion inhBi bnek from
of Arizona's chances for statehood at Ihoj,nJx flve ribi,oni,( threo blue and.
tno short session, regret Guy's depar- denoting three first honor and
ture as tney unvo n pif- ,imc" two second.
brnnco of lilm ns a genial nnd agree- Thfl ,lreicolt ,,notographer wns sue-
ablo companion who wns noer Known i . u classes. He took first
during his stny to allow those arounu . f art,slJc
him to suffer from thirst.
figure portrait, first and second prlres
for most artistic figure of n child anil
first honor for tho best landscapo pic
ture of nn Arlzonn scene.
Bute's exhibit nt Phoenix contain
Ing tho prlzo winners Is shown in the
wimlnw of Heeler's iowelry store,
They present exceptional nrtlstlc ex
(From Sunday's Dally)
H. B. Kohl, traveling passenger
agent of tho H. ., P. & P., who ar
rived homo yesterday afternoon from
Wlckenhurg, stntcs toat n mass meet
Ing of tho residents of that town was cellence, both In pohe nnd tone effect
hold Frldny night to tnko the initiury
stens to havo tho place Incorporated ARREST U. S. DESERTER.
under the territorial statutes. Consid- (From Sunday's Dally)
erablo opporltlon to incorporation do- Deputy Sheriff I. B. Wood of Marl
vcloped nt the meeting. Anotlier C0J,n county nrrlved ut 'rort vunppie
meotlnc will bo called early In uc- yesterday from Wickenliurg nna cic
" i . . . .... i.i . .
comber. llvorod to the military auinormes
Attont Kohl also visited Congress on Wcbnrd Cornpton, who Is charged wltn
business connected with tho excursion jnHcrtlnc from the army. It is ni
from WlcJcenburg nnd intervening Wed that Comptou deserted tno col
points that will bo given to tho dauco ora moro thnn flvo years ago and may
to be given by the Maccabees in mis gain lis liberty witnout n couri-mnr
cltv December 10. Fifty members oi tlal.
the order residing in Congress anu After his arrest at VMcacnnurg
Wlckenburg will visit here on fast oc- Cornpton refused to aCrm or deny that
easloB. I be was guilty of ta, crime charged
In r.ttt,n1i..r flin mhati llllWD In Its
Arizona Barristers Plan Big Banquet l ' ' A. j
in January. ,nn . . i,tnM, Vnlui oht.iln.
a,tj!e was M n ton, From that tq.,0,,.
(From Hunday's Dally)
After lying Idle for two and n half
ears, active operations will be re
sumed on the Cash mine, recently
uken over by the Cash Mining Com-
uiny from the Cash Mine Company.
The unwntering of the shaft will bo
ouunenccd and tho buildings nnd
machinery on the ground repainted
nud repaired. lenernl Mnnager Har-
Ington Blauvelt stated lost evening
o n Journal-Miner representative that
no miners wouui no empioj-ixi a pir-
nt as he estimated that It will take
at least sixty dnys to get the camp in
shape for the accommodation of a
lurge force and repair the machinery
and camp buildings. Tho first load of
supplies for tho camp will leave Mon
day morning and repair work will bo
started at once.
The mine was shut down owing to.
disagreements nmong tne stockholders
of the old company. Tho new com
puny Is practically a reorganization of
the old one. It shareholders aro prom
inent capitalists of Bangor, Maine, Tho
nfflrfm recently elected In the new
ortranlzation aro E. H. Blako, prcsl
dent:- 0. F. Bragg, vice president; J.
0, Dunning, treasurer: B. C. Addlton,
secretary, all of Bangor, nnd Barring
ton Blnuvelt, of this city, general
Tho minn Is opened to a depth or
400 feet by a shaft, nnd several hun
dred feet of drifts. It was purchased
by the Cash Mine Company from Da
vid Grubb In 11103 and has a record in
gold, silver and lead production of
210,000. Its equipment comprises
two large hoisting plants and a ten
stamp mill equipped for tne nmnlga
nmtinii nnd concentration treatment.
The Cash group is loeatea twelve
miles south of Prescott, adjoining the
Storm Cloud nnd Senator groups
Many veins of the network of ledges
rnvered bv tho Senator and Storm
Cloud locations puss through the hold
Ings of tho Cash Mining Company
The mines are In one of tho best tint
borfd and watered sections of tho
PHOENIX, Nov. 1W.A meeting of
the executive committee- of the Arizo
na Bar Association was held yesterdny
for the purpose of arranging for the
annual banquet of the association.
Tnere were nresent at tho meeting
John Mason Ross of Prescott, the J
sitgle 0. It was costing all upon , a
die. At 410 the high rock run t?,
The abaft was entering friendly
grpund on the bnnglng wall sldo. Next
test wns 7 ounces in gold, 1140. From.
this point to the present depth, W ,.
feet, tho Values have gradually In-
president or the association, raw lie- crrIucJ uutl, nt the 50fl they nre 20
nau Ingles and H. B. Wilkinson. omcv jn K0j, jM.r toll flo r?r ton.
It was decided to hold the banquet Qny tj)(U ,)Ut ,,,, not
on tho night of tho meeting of the su-1 tntpd tho ,,unntity. At this writing,
preme. court, the. second Mondny of Mon(ay n w(it, of fiVB fed hnd been
January, thnt is, January 11. It will, cul Jn the oro wIlh no foot wau i
according to present plans, be held t ' hjRj,t. In the upper workings the best
tho Hotel Adnms. Hitherto these ban-' re WM ()u (ue (mU After thc ,tn.
pjets hnve been only for members or tJon ,g cut at tuo 5qrt flnij nort jrjft,
made- from tho shaft sinking for the
(100 will bo resumed with vigor. A
tho association but iu this case invi
tations will be Kent out to all attor
..... I ...
neys jn tne territory cnum-u io irc-; barter f a 30-foot sump ins
tlqe before thc supreme court nnd It heen mil,lc j.elow the fiOO.
is urged that nil to whom notices are Th(. ori,at rungc has produced mil-
sent will bo present and lend their nld jons 0f ,iars from various mines
to tho building up of tho association. jown t0 ,i.j,tl, f from 100 to 200
All announcements, giving the date
and hour of funerals, will be charged
for at the rate of 11.00 for thc ifst
Insertion mi 00 cent additional for
each absequsat Iast1i.j thersof,
feet in variably encountering thn
water leached zone with its low grado
Thc Golden Gem Is th first of
Tho executive committee also dccld'
ed upon a program for the evening
which will Include a number of Impor
tant and interesting addresses by the ajj tlf nmXy r,.p seated Assures of
members of the bench ana tne most hat region to have its enriched zone
tapped. From now on sailing the oro
channel will lie smooth. A long con
tended theory has been proven. No
mare interesting tning exists than ths
evolution of n dug out prospect Into
a mine. Like everything else tlw
stayer wins und the quitter loses.
prominent attorneys In thc territory.
O. K. OPENS SECOND STAND.
In order to take care of increased
business the O. K. meat market has esv
tahlished, In addition to Its headquar
ters in Cortex street, a second stand,
the old plaeo of business of the Smith
market on the plaza. These quarters
have beon overhauled and remodeled
giving It the sple-and-span quality of
a metropolitan meat market. The new
stabd will In every way bo equal to
tho attractive place of business of this
company In C'ortez street.
ThU lirnnehinc? out of the O, rv.
ROUOH ON OOYOTR8.
Hopeful Young Rmasiaa Stag .Hounds
Promise to Deal Destruction.
With n view of decreasing next
year the coyote population of pas
tures in this vicinity and surrounding
valleys, Joseph 1. KoberU, the eider
nrisinir proprietor of the. O, K. meat
meal market was taken primarily to market, has imported two young thor-
afford prompter delivery to Its pat ' iulilrol Russian stag hounds. The
rons, the trade at the other stand huv canine are the first of tho species
Ing become o large as to make rapid to reach Prescott. Although ' only
delivery Impossible. Old patrons of t three mouths old they are now as Urge
tho market will find at the new stand . nK the averaged-lzed shepherd dog.
all tno quality of the old stand added
to quicker attention.
The new stand will if possible open
Wednesduy, December 2.
UNIONISTS ELECT OFFICERS.
DENVEH, Nov. 28,-Tho Building
Trades Department of the American
Federation of Labor today elected as
officers', President James W. Klrwln, of
Chicago; First Vice President 0. V.
Hedriek of New York, and Secretary
William J. Spencer, of Dayton.
They were purennsrd from on Eng.
Ilshmun residing in Mrsn, during a re
cent visit of Huberts to the Bait Hlver
valley. They were delivered hero yes
terday by J. 0. Peterson of Mom, who
shipped iu a carload uf hogs for the
O. K. meat market.
Vormer Sheriff Hobcrt, when seen
last evening by a Journal Miner repre
sentative, said that the houudu hunt
by sight rathtr than by scent. He
will gradually familiarize them with
the coyote cbae us they grow older