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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, IMS
CAMERON SElffiS MFIHUTIOI!
STATEHODO WILL ! SMELTER SjLE
HASTEN ; CERTAIN
DFITO HOLD ELECTl'l
Thinks The Enabling Act 'Satisfactory Progress In
Will Pass At Short ! Situation Rennrfod
Hut city from
short Imis! nets
City Council At Special!, ST
Meeting Takes Steps
Ki.iHi Til' l iv fMllV)
llmt. U.tiili . i .iiiii'mn, Arizona's
rfrfeiratf.fiV.-t ( ogress, arrived in
I'rfHc.tt Muntlny morning to spend pntl
of tli dj -a-i-iMg hi friend before
leating fr Unsningt. f.ir thf winter.
Thr viits Wen- nil, -ver, more of
a so-wl Hi. in h miI . nature, for
t. I'Mmer.m promised that hi' would
rail on thii pMipta fcere before leaving
Arisona. K.illnwiog the arduous tn -
sugn, a paid hlii respects lo n
miml.fr of ti-tii.iim in tin. territory,
ail everywhere hit tin unit with n
t ... ... ... -.
i'ti returning iitirin no round in it
nix hundred letters iinil telegrams of
8oiigf.ttiiliitlon from residents of the
territory nml people outside of Arizona
mid ln answered nil of t lii-iti before
turning to mi;- other link. Hi pri
vtito business xilIttirM dfiunmlcd some
of hi nttiMitioti, nml altogether Mr.
Cameron myn ho litis worked Just ns
strenuously ns he illd during tin- lnt
Asked ngardlug tin- outlook for Im-
modiuto stuleh I, .Mr. Cameron said
to u .Iniirnnl Minor representative; "I
urn Jim n cnnlldont im ever, in fuel,
mure mi, ir possible, thnl Arizona will
get Ktntonmiil lit tho short session, nml
I hope before tho hnliiln.vi. In intend
to n,i Mono unturned thnt may
bring to Arizona tin- grout lioon for
wih s!i. )inh l.n fighting mo long
without m-.-css. Hut I holiovo a now
era liu opoiioil for tho territory nml
tlmt ut lst wo urn uliout to realize u
victory that will lie tho greatest in
tho History of tho territory. I mil go
iug to Washington nml work from now
until tke close of the session for any
thing nml everything Hint will bo for
the host Interests of Arizona nml Arl
xniiiuiH. Ah J hiivo niiM before, nml
repent now, we have the most loynl
nml host citizenship of miy eonimon
wealth In the nnl.n. nml statehood 1h
I ho tiinii was when tint oast illil
not npprmihito our standards of cltl-
zciithlp, order nml iiiurnllly, hut times
linve changed, mul I liellove that many
of the false, unjust notions harbored
ngulnst Arizona anil her people have
heen supplanted by tho truth. I have
rei'eived assurance from many sources
which encourage mul confirm inn In
the hollef thai wo smill havo state
lioiul, ami that I will ho ahlo to niakii
Kooil oil my promiM! to the people hi
line election, "
.No our who tulkeil with Mr. Cam
eron euuhl help hut he outhitici! hy hi
Kenuine entliiisiiiNiii when Htatchoml
wild iiienlioiieil, (Vrtuln it Ih Unit
-Ilnlph Ciiinnroii will hy foiunl IlKhtliiK
to tue lllMt llitl'll.
i unieroii, arior jjoiu to the Irnnil
Cmiyon mul riit'Mnir, will with IiIm
family im Witilnet.lny take leave of
the territory for a few moiitliK. Mr.
( uiiieron will In. Innitdl In WiiHliIn""
ton nt Ull to .'III Haltle hullilliiK, whoro
lie has HciMired ipiarterH.
'('nun 'ii,i.1v Dnily)
iirjjaniitiitiiiii of the r.mipdny, which
terntl pun-hneil the Iliiiuhoi.lt smel
ter nml the propertiei of tho Arlzoim
ineltln Coin.fliiy ii ml tho Conwillilat-
r.i KmoitiMfi ( onipfioy, in pro)remiiij
-aimriii torily to the purclmsern, . nr-
"onlltiK to mhii-ex recelveil here yen
tenli.y from New Vork. No hitch has
nppoare.l .10 fur In the proceeilliiKs mul
the pnnpoets are that tho dale of tho
properties made here hy .1, Kearney
Hire, trustee in bankruptcy, will ho
oiiflrineil hy the Uniteil States ills
triet court of Now .Jersey on the ilay
not, Ueuunher S.U
An noun as practicable after tho
eonlirmiitioii of the mile, tliu work of
remoilolinK the plant nml its appoint
Mienta wtn lie Btarteil mul rushcil to
coiniletlon. Tho purchasers estimate
that nil the necessary clranc.s can bo
iniiile at an outlay of between $l'jr.()U()
ami .MoU.OOII. This Includes tho cost
of repairing tho pumping plant, ns
well as the dehlred clianrnw In the
in aililitiou to the Humboldt smol
tern the property purchased Includes
the Mine Hell nml lie Soto groups of
f mines In the ltradshaw inniintaiiis. The
uniiiral iisMKinciit work on the Mine
MeJI and Do Soto groups ns well lis
other properties purchaod, for the
present year is now well under way.
I his involves mi outlay of nt least
$.V". It is a testament of the good
nil th of the purchasers of the hold
lugs in too bankrupt concerns, leaving
practically no doubt that tho purchase
was mailo lu good faith and that tho
purchasers have full confidence in
their ability to (iuancu the undertak
I ho starting of the smelter will
cause unprecedented nctlvlty in the
HrailHluiw mountain region, ns n num
her of mines ro now Idle in that sec
Hon that return handsome profits
with a iiome market for the oro out
SUSTAINS NOSRIS DEMURRER
Moxlcan Is Exonerated from Charge of
(I'rotn Tuesday's Dullv)
At a special mooting of the
council luxt night mi ordinance
pawed grunting to "M. .1. Illckcy, Itob
ert llrow itml Henry T. Andrew-, a
fi-mii'hlhe o erect, muliitniu nml in
struct mi electric lighting, lieutlug and
power system, u cold storage plant sy
tem nml a telegraph or telephone sy
tem within the city of 1'iescott, said
fram-hlso to he submitted lo a vote of
the qualified electors of the city for
tneir approval at the next general elec
tion, January fi, IDOil. The clerk was
instructed to publish the franchise in
full In tho ofliclnl paper until the olct
Hon is held.
Mayor (loldwater, and f'oiincilnien
Wilson, Head ami lleb-her were pros
ent, all voting uyo for Ihe granting of
the franchise. City Attorney lleesc
M. Mug was in attendance looking In
to the legal details of the franchise, as
was also Attorney Henry T. Andrews,
representing himself and nssodale pc
thinner for Hie granting of t lie frat:-
One of the rcctious of the franchise
piovides for the payment into the city
treasury one half 0f one per centum of
the gros receipts received from Ihe
operation of tho systems.
It Is iilo provided Hint nt nny time
lifter five years tho city shall have
the option mid right to purchase eith
er or all of the systems with the prop
erly, Improvements ami acquired rights
of t nt grantees ut a fair vol nation
which shall ho ascertained bv three
disinterested persons, mm residents of
the city of 1'ro.wntt, one to be chosen
by the city, one by the grantees, find
n third by tho other two.
Attorney Andrews when seen last
e ruing after the meeting said: "A
franchise for tin electric railroad with
terminal rightu in this city wll ho pre
sented In tho near future to t.ie coun
cil for ndoptiou by myself and asso
elates. It would hnvo been presented
tonight hut I was too busily engaged
with other matters In the lust few days
to draft it. However, It Is the pur
poso to submit It in the nenr fiiure."
CONDUCTOR SPEIDEL HURT.
(Krom Tuesday's Dnltyi
fler listening to further arguments
mid the citation of uiitiiorltles on tho
part of the defense and prosecution In
tho rise of Attorney T. (I. N'orris,
charged with perjury, Judge Sloan sus
tained tho demurrer to the ludlctmont
yesterday morning lu tliu district
court. District Attorney !. K, Mor
rison gave notice Immediately of mi
appeal to tho supremo court of tho
territory on law points.
Ihe demurrer set forth that the In-
Tralnman Is Struck by FasBcngor on
Santa Fo Main Lino.
iFrom TuciKluy's Dallvi
thrown from tho truck bv the -cm
ginu of Number 7 passenger train on
the main line of the K.iutu IV nt Ash
Fork .Sunday afternoon, was the pain
fill and thrilling experience of (,'on
doctor V. V. .Speldel of the S. I-'., I'.
& l, who was taken to the .Mercv
Hospital here last night. Physicians
dictment .11,1 not .-imtali. iln, Ml.n..n,. l,,,s,'rl ""t "one of Hpel.lel's hones
of he suit lu whicn the alleucd nor- "r" "r"K,'M Ul,t lH IT'rIii from
' .r..lU..u ..II ....... l.t- I....I..
jury wns committed. Judge Sloan " " ,Mvr ""'v
Hiistalned Ihe demuirer on this joint. '-ouductor Speldel was in cnarge of
He did not pass upon any further "' water trains running be
poliits nilHed In tho demurrer us thuro teeii Del Kin nml Ash Fork when
BANKERS OET RATE.
Blaboe Oatlwrtitg of Arizona Bankorn
Has Attractive Program
ior tun Arlzonn Hankers' Assocla
lllill ivl.l..l. ...Ill 1 ... .
...... ,TIII IM(.(1l iiimdco on
Dec. Ith and nth it special oiio-nml-ono-
fourth fare rate lias heon given ovor
nil raiiroiulH in Arizona and New Mex-
leu. ( crtUicalcH will be given hy all
was no causo of action after tho do
clslou or tho first do nt.
- - -
I'lio hearing of tho enso of I.cdora
UrcnadoH, charged with assault with
timidly weapon on Pedro Cano at
Crown King tho night of Octolior 25
occupied almost tiio remainder of tho
tlay'H session. The tmso wa given to
the Jury at 1:110 o'clock. A vonllct of
not guilty wns returned nt 8 o'clock
uroundo wuh alleged to have tthot
Cano in a drunken row at Crown Kinir
tue I in which several Muxlcan wero 1 in pi 1
iigentu which will fit I..
Holder when properly coimtentlgned to tinted. (
II Jl(llVII 1 1 m t 4 r..u i m I . . . "
",r one-tpiaruir rare. Mile and n second bullet lodged in tho
fleshy part of his left forearm.
A Jury lu tho enso of Walter Atkln
indicted for cutting tho Miller nlpo
line leading from the Thorbccko
Springs to the city reservoir, October
II, was partially Impanelled whon
couijt ndjoiirned until VM o'clock t.tls
.i ........ ii.. . . . .
.. inniiiiiiiy auraciivo nroirniin
1ms been prepared, Including trips to
vnrious mines and to the Douglas
int. . ... .....
i no vrnrrou uisirict Country Club
will bo open to all la attendance. Tho
Hon (1. II. Neale, mayor of Illslme,
will deliver an address of welcoinn
mid among the speakers iinuounced Is
tho Hon. Moses II. Ihizeltimi of tho
Hunk of Arlr.una,
Train from Ibis section ate duo at
lllsbee at Uj.'Jfi a, m. and 1:15 p, ni,
lintel iiccomiuudatioiis can be proi-urcd
by writing or wiring to ,1. T. Hood.
WILL CHANGE SERVICE.
rosttu Bin Provides for Bomo
Very Radical OhangM.
TAG DAY NETS FUNDS.
WASHINGTON, Nov. ao.-'Four of-
llces of assistant postmaster gonenl
will ho almllshed, and directory posts,
and oven iiMslstnnt pwivided for, and
i m entire postal service will bo d.
vlded Into fifteen separuto districts, if
the hill for tho revision of the postal
Tue total amount collected Wedncs
dny, tag day, hy the children of the
public schools for lli.i inn mini I ruin In
. , I or inu revision or the
'iciiiittinmit was renorte.l last nlcrht. I
th., nt ten -.', ' . l'Tre y i0e joint pot-
J., 1 " "I"""" " "ivestigation commltteo nppolntod
V """ ""' ", leiiving two y.rars ago Is passed by oongress.
n net amount in possession or tho
.Momoiy i.n.i, r .lournal-MI
"' 'VIHJOU Will,
ktruck liy tho Siinta l-'e passenger, Ills
train was Mtiimliug in tho yards in Ash
Fork ready to pull out to Del Itio. He
started oast on the main track from
the telegraph station. Owing to the
nolso or a switch engine he did not
hear the passenger train approach as
he was crossing tho main truck until
it was almost upon him. When ho re
alized his terrible dancer ho lomiteil
in tho air, landing on tho cowcatcher, '',!motcy. Friday aftornoon.
which threw him Hiilnnlnir In tho nlr.
According to his own stntemont ho re- (troin Tuesday's Dally)
members spinning around at least six I r" rrom "Umooldt.
( I'fiiin Siimbit 's Dally;
Hack from Jerome.
riiian i.ge arrited home last
"in a hii'incos visit to Jerome,
i Stockman Visits.
Harry ( lurk, the Williamson vallev
oi-kinaii, is here on stock business,
Visiting Her Parents.
Mis Mamie ( nin, toucher of the
'kull Valley school, i the guest of
i'r parents in the city.
Homo from Los Angeles.
Mrs. (leoige Woostcr Inn returned
i"ine from an extended visit witli rel
it ivi-s and friends in l.os Angeles
Enjoyed Duck Hunt.
Judge Slniin and Attorney Keeso M.
I.mg enjoyed a duck hunt ut the
American ranch yesterday afternoon.
Homo from Tucson.
Attorney (Sonera I II. S. Clark ar
rived home yesterday morning from
an ollicial ami professional visit to
Santa Maria Visitors.
.Mr. nml Mrs. Robert Miller and
1 1, ink Miller of Santa Maria arrived
here yesterday afternoon on a visit
Left for Fhocnlx.
II. I.'. Campbell, tho l-'lagstalf wool
grower, left here last night for Phoe
nix, after a pleasant day's visit hero
with Ills many friends.
Loft for Homo.
James Hamilton uas mi outgoing
passenger yesterday afternoon for his
home in Chiiio vallev after a short
visit here on stock business.
Charles . Kwing, administrator
with the will iiiineved of the estate of
ThoiniiH Coleman, .1 used, filed h
flnnl in nut of ndiiiiuistratiou In the
probate eourl yesterday, with a petl
tiou for ilistriliiitii.il of tho estate,
I'lie hearing of the petition was set
for December 17.
Stopped Ovor Hore.
t mines u, no.ii.i-r "lopped over
here yesterday on his way to his stock
ranch from Coconino county, whoro he
purchased a consignment of blooded
stock for his ranges in the Ash and
Sycamore Creeks sections. Ho is tic
coinpanled hy Albert Fain, who also
made blooded stock purchasen in Co
conitio county for his ranges in tue
Expected Homo Tonight.
r. r. Hustings, general passenger
mid freight agent of tho . U-'., P. & 1
is: expected iiome tonight rrom an ex
tended visit to California on railroad
Hero from Humboldt.
.M. (I. Hums, member-elect to the
territorial council from this county
urrlved hero last night from Humboldt
to apend Sunday among his many
Loft for Los Angolcs.
Major and Mrs. C. C. Walcutt, Jr.,
or l-ort Whipple, left hero yesterday
afternoon for I, us Angeles, where they
will visit befiiro going to Wnshlngton,
D. C. They will visit tho flnim! Can
yon on their way to too City or the
Will Loavo for Homo.
Chester Dlckerson or Ash Fork ami
tillver l.oper of Cherry Creek, who
served ns trial jurors since the open
ing of the November term tr the tils-
trlct court, were excused rrom rurther
duty yesterday. They left for homo
in the afternoon.
Left for Homo.
Mrs. S. P. Thompson and son, Jesse
ruompsnn, loft yesterday afternoon for
their home In Humboldt, aftor attend-
Ing tho ruiieral or their husband and
rather, S. I', Thompson, whoso re
mains wero interred lu th
Mining Man Visits.
Jcsso W. Davis, the Turkey Creek
mining man, is hero on mining busi
Vordo Valley Visitor.
1. M. Williard Is in
the Verde Vallev on a
Enjoying a Vacation.
W. J, Duller Is in the city from
Harrington enjoying a well earned va
J. K. Swigerl is in the city, from his
mine on (Iroom Creek, purcirasing sup
Old Timor Visits.
John Fllnnigaii, a pioneer resident
of the Kirklaud district, Is hero on
Mining Man Vlstts,
(icorgo H. Upton, tho Weaver dis
trict milling man, is here on mining
Camp Vordo Visitors.
I. I. Muriloek nml Miss Mary J.
Murdoch of Camp Verde nre visiting
In the city.
Homo from Joronio.
Deputy Slierlir "Frank llurns arrived
Inline last night from mi ofllclal visit
Joromo Junction Visitor.
H. K. Johnson of Jerome Junction
arrived here last eveniiiL' on a short
Mining Man Hero.
8. (1. Johnson is in the city from bis
mining camp at the Oriental initio on
Visiting His Family.
Dr. J. Iv. McDonnell arrived hero
Inst night from Fossil Creek on a visit
with his family.
Home from the Coast.
I.Mrs. Frank I,. Wright arrived homo
last night from mi extended visit with
frinnds on the const.
Jasper Phillips is lu the city from
his mines in tho lliiHsaynmpa district,
Back from tio Etta.
If. C. Houston returned hero Inst
night from a short visit to the Fttn
mine in t lit- llbick Hills district.
J. C. Young arrived here last night
from his stock ranch In the Skull val
ley country on a visit with relatives.
In from His Mines.
James O'llara is In the city from
his mines in the Kirklaud district.
he recently finished bis annual
W. O. T. U. Meots.
Tho W. V. T. V. will meet with Jf
H. M. Wren this afternoon at 3 i'coev
nt to;i K. (lurley street. Tho subjtl
oi iiscimion is: "wny Should
Church Member Helong to the W. (' t
Hero from Ash Fork.
J. W. Kraemer, one of the popiaV;
it'iegrapners ami assistant train At.
patcners of the S. !., P. & P..
here last night rrom Ash Fork to
the dot mid dash net at the trnlrttnatt-
er'.s office tin- m-xt ten davs.
Lort for Homo.
Mrs. II. J. Cray ami baby wore out.
going passengers yester.lny afternoi
ior .leromo Junction nfter n short vhJ
it here. .Mrs. Omv stntml ilmi ii.v
Ihnnksgiving nlgnt dunce wns on. J
the most enjoyable social affulrs over')
given iii .leromo .luiietloii.
Bounty Polt Contributions.
lesier.iny s imiinty pelt cotilrihn-'
tious to tho hoard of supervisors' col-'
lection of hides comprised tho scalp,
...I i.i.i... ..e -.... ...ii. i i . '
..in. iiims in nuir wini cats and nur
coyote rrom . II. Helner of Copper
Hasin ten wild cats and two coyotei
from W. F. Human of Dewcv and two'
wild cuts from Indian Jim of Congress.
Hag Injured Hand.
Tom Simmons Is a recent arrival -rrom
Kingman, suffering form an la
jured hand cnusod by a splinter while
following his occupation of millwright.
Tho splinter was two and n half inches
in length. Jt was imbedded In tb
palm or ills left band whilo using t
I. T. Stoddard, former secretary of
tho territory, stopped over hero Sun
day on his way to tho lllnghatnton
mine In the Copper Mountain district,
in which ho owns n hnlf interest, He
left yesterday morning for enmp oaJ
will assume active manngometit of af-'
fuirs there on his nrrlvnl. Ho state-1
that a very promising body of hlga
grades ores was uncovered in the mine
Left for Home.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Clarke were out
going passengers yesterday for their
homo In Mnyer nrter a three days'
Left for Home.
Charles Burkes left yesterday after-
School Trustees Cannot Stretch snn nnn
(I-Vom Tild-ilny's Dally)
Owiiifr to iiisHilb-k'tit funds all bid:
for tho construction of tho new school
building in West Prescott opened Sat
urday were rejected by the board of
Only :iO,000 Is uvallablo for the
purchase of tho site, tho orectlon of
the building, Its heating ami equip
ment, and tho expenses of advertising
tho bonds and bjds for tho construc
tion of tho building. The totals tl
tho bids received for tho erection of
the building nnd its plumbing nni
heating far exceeded this nmount, re
turn for his stock ranch in the Upper their rejection. In all pro
bability the trustees will ordor a re
vision or the plans or perhaps new
plans anil specifications nt a mceUfig
in the nenr future.
Many loctil contracting firms here
Verde country, after a short business
Stopped Ovor Hero.
Hov. Uugciio Keen of Cump Verdo
stoppeik over hero yostordav on his
way homo from an extended visit with an'1 In refused to submit bldi,
friends in the Salt Hlvor valley. realising from tho plans nnd specifics-
Lort for Skull Valloy. titiaw submitted that it is impossible
Miss Mamie Cain, teacher of tho to rni,''uct, plumb and hent tho pro-
Sull Valley school, was mi outgoing U"M,U'1 1,lll,,llnK for tho umount avail
passenger for tho vnlley Sunday night. Mo'
aftor spending a pleasant Thniiksirlv 0nv (,no for 11,0 erection f t0
I I.l 1 . I 1... 11.11.... !.. ..! ....
nK wuii tier parents and many friends """" '"Ki oi nine nun uocumarK
here. of this city, was submitted. This Is
Loft for Jerome. the nmount of 20,710. The bid
V. H. Campbell, general niannuer of ("l nnt l""'1"!" tho heating and plumb
tne iinynes Copper Comtmiiv. loft vm..
-- v r w--.-
ir.-.iay morning ror his coinnaiiv's
'amp In the Verde district, near Jer
Will Leavo for Camp.
The heating -bids are Munger and
Munger, of Pasadena, ji,-I!29, with
thermosts, $1,021); Mnchinory and
Klectric Compnny, of I.os Angolos,
times after being struck. Tiio step of
the passing engine also struck him
whilo still spinning nnd the step of the
haggsge car gave him a flnnl Jolt as
His escape was considered nlmnut
W. C. Abbott of Humboldt Is visit
lug in tho city.
Camp Verde Visitor.
-Mrs. Arthur Hcnth or Cainn Verdo
ih visiting in tho city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. I. Ilonnell or Dewey
miraculous lit- his full fill' imtilnltf. I.
V ,-..VlB YTO.I llrn ... ....
witticssotl tho accident, which happen-Nr 1 l'
cd on a shun. nir.-,,. i...in n.i.i- "oro m "uaineas.
- """ " wunm-i . . , , ., ...
worthy at the. throttle of tho t.asseL,. L. " .. ' "rKH 11,0 rUy rro' H
.... n I Vlirititll mliin ixt
- ' iiiiniiirnit
niter Moo or Mayo rarrived
last evening on a short visit.
AccopU Old Poiitlou.
William llunte has ncconted his old
position in the Del Monto care.
T.I frnm ITim
OUt'lA. Nnv. HH " Ti,,l,.,..l-.. I ,
, .,, atlllUUI illl I fsi iv Nlln.ln I m I.. II. tt M . i
Cnl.ln.it rn.ln.l I...U.. I.... ..... .. ' " '"O B"Y "m HIS
,.r ha, not .,...... J,.. . rn". u, y noii'orhood.
t. t " .v,.: . '. Z "" T "P Oonyalewing.
..... ,,, i nu, wln remain in
or engine did not seo Speldel until
tne englno was almost upon him. He
applied tho emergency brakes and
stopped the train as soon as possible.
BULGARIAN CABINET QUITS.
olllco at least a row tlnys to pass the
If a now cabinet Is formed it Is nro-
bnble C. DancfT, the lender of tho op
position, will unite with the Nation-
alius In a coalition ministry..
Sum Newson is reported canvnln.
Ing rrom a severe attack of trrlnne.
Mine Manager Hen.
J. H, Farroll, general manotrer nf
the Now Kngland Arizona Mlnlncr
Company, arrived here last night on a
hurrlod visit on company business.
H. K .Arinltago will leave todav for !,2, 1)1 Hough, $.1,800.
his cump at tho Orlontal mill noar lo. 'r,, plumbing bids opened nro Mun
land, where a consignment of oro from RPr antl Mungor, $2,01)8, uud Kd. Keihl
tho llullwluicker mine was rocentlv .!. L"f ,h,H '"'ty 2,-IOO.
livcred for treatment. Ho has hppn I ' --I
visiting his family sinco Thanksgiving BLKS TO HOLD SERVICE.
Horn from Virtt. All visiting members of antlercd
Mrs. II, N. Lonoy arrived hnmn )... "ords ami the public aonorallv ro ox
night from a pleasant visit with hor tondrd a cordial invitation to attend
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jo0 MUycr 0f the annual memorial sorvlcos of the
Myr. ' local lodge of Elks Sunday nftoraoou
Ltft for Home. at 3 o'clock in the Elks opora house.
W. S. Golilworthy, general agent of Ju(,K0 S,onn 1rI11 deliver the address,
the Santa .Fo, with hendqtiartors In Mm'' KlrkPtrick will sing "Hcslgna-
Mtoenlx, loft last night for home, nftor tloD" nnd Mr"- I'roy Anderson
short visit here on rallron.l l...lnnM "Ieco of Ood."
Km oh Buainaatk Brother Harry Hartor will roclto
J. H. Young is In tho cltv frm 1.1. "Hock Mo to Sleep." which will 1.1.
mines In the Humbiiir dlstrlnt. !., followed by tho violin solo. nvnl,
.. . .1 . .
no reports a general uwakenlng of ac- n ' uy Alr- taal nloy.
tlvity In developing promising proper
Bade from Trip.
JI. L. Sweeney arrved hntnn vr.
day afternoon from an extended pros
Pectlng trip in the Colorado Hl.,
country, whoro he located a promising
K'nup of mines.
A Flying VuM.
I P. Hastings, general nnssnnirnr
und freight agent of the S. P., p. &
a no services will closo with bono.
diction by Kcv. L. W. Whcatloy of tho
nmrinu street Methodist church,
open ros Busmssa.
Thfl CointnnrMnl 'Pri,m n 1,.
now dolnir business In Mill tm "
... wv uun uuui'
ters of the company in tho south room
of tho first floor of tho ainsonln Tnm
P.. nnbl .. tlvtn.. .
-j m y iiiu viniL in ts iimitn
terday on .railroad buslnoiis, returning 1,rf aDtl of tho 'tt "'1
' I innl Innilani tin.. r.. .
on the aftornoon train.
In New QHJLrtnrs,
l'ho members of the Ynvanal
moved into their, i ntrtnnvftw r....a
Tho vaults aro absolutely burglar
V im n u 11... ..
JF"i W11U vnill. nnn.
tains n safe deposit department ami
ihe other is used for tho records. Moth
vaulto aro covered with jiggered ateel.
Tha ft. rn I turn i.j n-i
.-.w uu iii.ures are mw.
l Ik. . . . "
... voltarens Jtotel laet Li " . " mvn,
pending the rebuilding of the . Zh " X! "t " w.lnscottlng
uouse rcccnily destroyed by Are. board. "HU wam, "r"