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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
fife STATf NEWS CONDENSED FOR I
I THE BENEFIT OF JOURNAL-MINER READERS
V'm "ini.lnv'd Pally.)
Puvorn Short Season.
Allrr spending more than a month
In the Or".! Cinynn dWlrirt hunt
ing bis game, and after being suc
cessful in pitr .f the shortage of
buck in the ilrcr range. Chariman
W. 1'. Geary of the Arizona corpora
tion commission, who come from
Coconino county, and who has hunt
ed In that ection for n number of
yean, hn arrived at the conclusion
that a closed season on deer should
be made for two years, and that one
month is Ions enough for an open
Realizing that the limit of pati
ence has been i earned and that there
is a class of automobile drivers
who will persist in openly ignoring
the city ordinance which provides
that no machines shall be run
through the city with their mufflers
wide open, Chief of Police Moore
issued the most drastic order which
has come from his office for some
time. His officers were instructed
to besin an active campaign against
the violators of this ordinance and
to show absolutely no partiality.
Every offender captured must be
taken to the police station and made
to understand that his presence in
police court is imperative. Plans
were laid incidentally which it is
believed will place the officers in a
position to accomplish the work
cut out for them and, while it may
fall heavily upon some, warnings
have been given so frequently that it
it is felt that those who fall into
the implies f the law will have no
one to blame but themselves.
Takes Lease on Juanita.
A mining deal of more than or
dinary significance was consummated
mines at Miami as a shipping engi
neer and to have left there for Phoe
nix to have his eyes treated.
Auto To Deliver Mail.
Christmas packages, which are re
ceived in the Tucson postofficc this
year, will be delivered by automobile
instead of by horse and buggy, as
i has been the custom for the past
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... ,;. ,.,! I.r, In. in cms-I several years, un account m mc
i.lv sinre. The arrest was made by! heavy mail traffic during the holi-
moting Ins extradition to Mexico
for trial on a charge of embezzle
ment arrived at the office of United
States Attorney Morrison yesterday.
Arnold is charged with embezzling
$25,000 gold while he was mayor of
Arnold was arrested at Nogalcs
on October M but the fact was not
generally known outside of official
efrclc Me was placed in jail there
favor against one for whoever op
poses them, in the possession of the
speakership and the presidency of
the two houses.
"Mr Jlniduer will call the house
together for organization ami Mr.
Cunniff will call the senate together
for organization so that they will
be already in the positions to which
they aspire," said a knowing politic
City (News j
He states he will keep his sheep
on the Upper Verde for the winter.
Other rangemen arc moving south
and by the middle of the month scv-
li era! thousand bead will he grazing.
fi The mild weather is the reason for
2 the favorable conditions prevailing.
J. V. Dickson, of Skull Valley,
was in the city yesterday on tousl-
a deputy marshal on instruction
made by the department of justice at
Washington, which had been noti
fied that the Mexican government
would later show cause for extradit
ion. These formal papers have ar
rived and Arnold will be arraigned
hrfore the United States commis
sioner at Nogalcs on December 9, at
which time it will be decided wheth
er the request for extradition will
Peeved at Wife.
When she remonstrated with him
for leaving their house at 4 o'clock
in the morning, Aurcliano Rivera
was peeved with his wife. So peev
ish was he that he lost control of
his temper, his arm Hew out invol
untarily, and equally involuntarily
planted itself on the check of his
better half. This was admitted ly
the man, who received a fine of
$200 or a jail sentence of sixty days
Ifc accepted the latter alternative
when it was stated to him by Jus
The Johnson, Dragoon Northern
railroad, a stretch of nine and three
quarter miles of trackage extending
from the Southern Pacific near Hen
son to Johnson Camp, was sold this
week at Tombstone by Sheriff
Wheeler, to satisfy a debt owing
,nr.iv .ir,.l,v n. A. Seaman of! to the Southern Pacific. It was pur
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this city took a four years lease on cnasco oy mc 'ltu,
mg company i juiuuuu.
was brought to Douglas yesterday
by J. H. Smith, a merchant of
the Juanita Mining and Milling Com
pany's property in Crook Gulch,
Prcscott in Yavapai county. The Dragoon. Mr. Smith was unable to
property is one of the gold bearing! tell the price which figured m the
properties in the llradshaw moun- deal.
tains. Mr. Seaman Ictf last night Dragoon is having better times
for the mines to look over the lay than for months past, Mr. Smith
of laud so as to make his plans for stated, business having been incrcas-
il... ..vtnti.Uv imt.rovemcnts that arc mgly good since tan set in.
The lease carries with it also an
option on the mine, but the under
standing is also, it is said that if I
the option is not exercised a twenty- j
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
Plan C. O. D. Feature.
That the plan of postofficc officials
fcinmn mill and such imnrovemcnts i is Ultimately to put in operation .i
as are put in must be left to the C. U. u. tcaturc in connection wmi
nrcscnt owners. the parcels post system, which will
of the taking out of the lease and 'master J. II. McUmtock received
.. . .. ... I .l!la.!1...!i. nmnni. TMirtnlllv fllfttl.
lays it was found necessary last
year to add more clerks to the
staff and to get a horse and buggy.
Phe carriers could not possibly take
care of the work.
The building permits for the
mouth of November amounted to
$21,150, which is the largest amount
for November since 1907, when they
reached the total of $74,6.10. Of
course it must be considered that
in 1907 there was a boom; Tucson
was the height of a big boom, it
was her banner year, in fact.
Panama Canal Stamps.
New stamps arc about to be is
sued by the postal department of
the government. They arc known
as the Panama commemorative
stamps. C. K. 'immerly, assistant
postmaster at Tucson said yesterday
that some of the stamps would be
received in a short time. The stamps
arc one cent, two cent, five cent and
ten cent. They arc different colors
The one cent stamp is green, the
two red, the five blue, and the ten
cent one is dark yellow.
Shocks Sunday School Convention.
Boys in their teens should have
special license to use slang in the
opinion of W. . Pearce associate
general secretary of the Intcrnation
al Sunday school association who
addressed the convention of the
Arizona Sunday school association
Saturday at the First Methodist
Fpiscopal church. Mr. Pearce be
lieves that it is ncc isary to allow
boys a certain leash of impulse in
the impressionable age and cudcav
ored to show the assembled teach
ers how the proper direction may be
given to those impulses.
Some of his hearers were shocked
that slang should be countenanced in
a Sunday School room, but as Mr,
Pcarcc explained his idea further
and reaffirmed the educational tenet
that slang is unbecoming in all other
persons than those over and under
the teen age, the proprieties were
fl-Tom Sunday's Dally.)
ian If possession is nine points at Tq he Coa8t(
law, it is also nine points in pou- M ndclcr )cfl ycstCrday IK.SS matters. He reported heavy
tics. This will put the opposition f A , 0J ;l 1)ll5illc!S trij) rainj n thal IocaIity ,IurjB Saturday
. . .I!....l.,.,..ti,t mti if I i ninn . . f
.u .i uiM.n.iu ..- ...... - " for the next two weeks. and Sunday.
foes llirougn ooiu oi inc P"k , sfi.i. Tlrl.f VUitnr.
. ... . . i i ruuui yisiiuh i
oiticcrs win i)c ciccicu. ,, ,. , , .,i, rii.. r-,un urn !,,.,.
t .1 if tl.nrn will hr I "iry v-ia) , i.irmct ...... .-...r. ..... ,w ., ....
I i is 1 rxs-T - . -
any opposition tccitticr of the two
nr ti ! 1 1.
presiding oiucers. .: nn,.o.....u..,. ramrenienU for drivintr his flocks
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oi representatives u.ies ..... .. - . , , . .
new speaker at every extra session i-.u. ..... v tt.unrn
.... i !. i t i i.irinv Mi.prniiiu' mines n
ami tins preceueni, it m.s .v, ,. .... ........ Mr. r iy i.:ilurcv. Mrs. Frank
... . . . ..... ....... i ,.r in... iirniisiinti- ."fiimirv. w.n nil ar-i -o--.
m.g.u a .p y . ...c ... ; ; ; ,tcr,ay 0I, a Smith, of Kirkland Valley, and Mrs.
representatives.' mal from his t.nnp cstcrda on a wniI.nn.oii Vallev.
When the interesting point was business trip.
referred to Senator Sims, who rc- From the Mines. "
.i mm i... ( t.n t-i( I f i.ir i Rose, t ic we known IHHI J1"11"1"'
tiirng.i Miun.l.ij iun. ..iv . - ... , Tl,. Dr! WlnnM
f Hip Stoddard section. 1 ,,c r..c-y ui.ic..
capital, ne .nu.....iv ...... ---- -- , , . n,nt.rV nf Pr,s.
.1 .!... f-- - r.:,... n.nr. i ti'it in fin ritv vriprii.iv nn 1cif.11 i
Till DOIIll WaS liltl IM lllllUlli UIV.H, iw J j " I . . . f
,011 1 y cott who won the first prize at the
was evmence at "T""- mMe (hncc and not Mrs. Hanker.
Opposition. IU i. jumi un, ....v. .. ... ..7 !,,lvnr.rn.lV ..,,mI
he said, lie said that it was report- b. b. Llark lett ycstcruay tor "I . V,"
'lit OWIICrS. I l,,c parcels pusi oja.tm, n ... ..
royalty on the produce of the be established January 1, was re
in the interim between the date vcaled from circulars which Post-
the cxp'rration thereof must also be
made. The price paid for this trans
action was not revealed yesterday
but it is understood to- be a good
round sum, as there is every pros
pect of a richly paying mine.
Jailed a. Fugitive.
. Eduanlo K. Arnold, mayor of Cau
nuya under the Diaz regime, is in
jaii at Nogalcs, Ariz., and papers
from the Mexican government re-
Everything of the
Come and see for
Wl! DELIVER PROMPTLY
Phones, Black 217 and Black 114
We Solicit Y0111 Mall Order..
P O Box 650. Prescott, ArU.
for distribution among Phoenix bust
ncss firms. The circulars contain a
scries of questions which McClin
tock wants the business men to
answer in writing ami return to
him. They relate to number, size,
weight, etc., of parcels post packages
which the merchants and firms ex
pect to mail after the inauguration
of the system, and from the answers
received officials believe they will be
able to understand approximately
the extent of the patronage the new
system will receive and to prepare
the necessary equipment and in
crease of clerical force necessary.
In no less generous a spirit than
was exhibited by the Santa Fc rail
way 111 taking the agricultural de
nionstration train over its system,
the Southern Pacific .,aijd the El
Paso and Southwestern systems con
sented to take the train over their
systems even foregoing the usual
courtesy that their own cars .should
be used. Accordingly the train left
Phoenix Monday morning for a tour
of nine counties comprising the mid
dle and southern belts, of the state,
giving instruction to the. farmers
of what is the best method to pur
sue in the conduct of farms in the
great irrigation state of the south
west in order that tic biggest nnd
best crops may be obtained and
the farmers reap a more reasonable
degree of profit than has heretofore
been accorded them in the course of
Acted Strangely on Train.
Hiram N. Crlchtou, a graduate of
1 he Massachusetts, Institute of Tech
nology, was taken off the Arizona
Fastcm train Sunday evening by
Officer Kglcy and taken to the city
jail Inquiries will be made as to
the whereabouts of his relatives and
should none be located, official in
quirics will be made into his sanity.
When taken to the station and
searched the young man had
Wells Fargo travelers check on lilm
for fifteen dollars. He claimed to
have been recently employed at the
May Be American. Citizen.
Acting on reliable information rc
ceived last night, that Santiago Ste
vens, who now lies incommunicado
in the Agua Pricta jail, is an Ameri
can citizen. Hon. Frederick A. Sim
pich, American consul of the north
ern district of Sonora, with head-
piartcrs at Nogalcs, but temporarily
stationed in this city, will begin an
investigation of the case this morn-
The first step in the inquiry will
be to determine whether or not Ste
vens is an American citizen, as he
claims to be. If such is the case,
Mr. Simpich, as consul, will continue
the probe and afford Stevens all pos
sible assistance, as is usual In such
Only a Habit, Say. Ross.
"If is all in the association," said
John Wilson Boss musingly, "this
feasting on turkey on Thanksgiving
Day. Several hundred years ago
when our government forefathers
landed at Plymouth Rock, accident
placed a turkey in the foreground.
Had they landed .1 day later it
might have been a deer, or a ante
lope, or wild geese. But it was a
turkey and that accident fastened up
on the American people the Thanks
giving turkey habit.
"Turkey meat is by no means one
of our most delicate viands. Chicken
meat is far finer, and bird meat finer
still. But because in our youth we
ate turkey on Thanksgiving Day we
needs must have turkey. It is the
"Boy We Used to Be" eating the
turkey that "Mother Used to Bake
and Roast"; it is all In the associa
Both Have Opposition.
Will Bradncr be the next speaker
of the house of representatives, when
it is convened in special session
next January, and will Senator Cun-
iff be the president of the senate?
The answer to this question, be
iug propounded in lobby talks, is
ait affirmative one, but it does not
stop there. Report comes from the
capital that the two presiding offi
ccrs will have nine points in their
lie sail, lie j..i. .. .v . i..ui.-i - j . . , ... tt....
ed at the capital that Senator Wood Kingman, where he will deliver the the Journal-M.ner. Mrs. Hankcy
will be a candidate for the senate principal address at the hlks IT "i'' 31'" ' '
presidency, but that opposition to morial services there today. " T' , r
Bradncr had not taken on the form Kural Visitors. - ; ' -
of flesh and blood. Mr. and Mrs. George Thome, on ". '."'u. '
"It is the general opinion at Phoe- Big Chino Valley, were visitors with ni.y i mvwuK
nix." he said, "that the extra session friends in the city during the week, P"ia mnK .
of the legislature will be called about and relumed home yesterday. P w c l lc is..,n,e,rcstd; "d
the middle of January. The report Realty Deal. . ' " - . t c
of the code commission will be acted K. Blumberg has sold to B. Lu- ' " controversy on the right-of-
upon and a taxation bill will be gan, lot nine in Block K, on South way.
. . 1 r ... . r - ...... .:....t To the Co.mt. 1
passed. 1 tliniK mat mat win ic .mntc.uiua miui, u. .. num...... -- .
about all that the session will do." sum, according to a deed filed for Mrs. J. D. Bcthunc and children
record yesterday. Iult yesterday lor i-os Aiigcics wnerc
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GLOBE. Installed Plant. tncy win visit ior several wccks wim
Trouhlf. Brewing Char es Ouirol o. who has com- relatives ami menus.
There may be "blood" on the plctcd installing an Oliver filter pro- City Realty Sold.
"moon" for the cattlemen and sheep- cess at the camp of the Mascot Mrs. .Margaret Kincaul has sold
men in the vicinity of Gcronimo. mine, near Crown King, returned to to Josephine t liiinis, of l,os An-
The time worn dispute between San Francisco, yesterday. gcles, lot lour 111 Diock live ot tlie
cattlemen and .sheepmen as to On Mining Business. Mocllcr addition to the city.
whether sheep shall be driven over A. S. Davidson, operating mines 'or tne winter.
and allowed to graze on lands where in the Turkey country was a busi- Mrs- W- Birch and sister, Mrs.
cattle range anil graze is again up ncss visitor to the city yesterday, Julius Jacoby, left yesterday for
for settlement. and gives a good report of produc- aanta .Monica, where they contcm-
Therc is a herd of 1500 sheep at tion in that silver field. Plate remaining for the winter.
Gcronimo owned by A. W. Childress Come to Reside. Leave the City.
and R. W. -Brookins. The owners Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Scott, who rc- Prof, and .Mrs. J. A. Laudenslagcr
intend to take this herd today to ccntly disposed of their ranch and left yesterday for San Diego, where
Hooker meso a distance of about range interests in Wild Horse Basin, they will reside in the future. The
twelve miles and in order to get in the western part of the county, former has secured a lucrative posit-
theni to their destination it will be arrived yesterday to reside in tlc ion as the leader of a popular play
necessary to cross a range on which future. house orchestra.
cattle graze. The cattlemen arc said Business Trip. At the Old Home.
to have informed the sheepmen that C. M. Christcuscn, manager of Joe. A. Sines, son of Mr. and Mrs.
they must not be driven across that the Lake Superior and Western Geo. W. Sines, is in the city in the
range. The men who arc reported 'Mining Company, operating the interest of a coast hardware firm,
to have delivered this ultimatum arc Mascot mines near Crown King, and to visit with relatives and
Sam Hintoii, Joseph Iliuton, New- was an arrival in the city yesterday friends for a few days at the old
ton Hinton, Ed Marion. Virgil and on business. "stomping grounds."
Amos McEwcn and J. E. Jones. Visiting Teacher. Summoned by Illness.
It is said that if the herd of sheep Miss Mary McDonnell, the popu- Miss Sharlot Hall, state historian
it attempted to be moved that there lar and capable teacher of the pub- arrived from the capital yesterday
will be trouble, The range is not a lie schools of Jerome, is in the city and left for the home of her father,
private one, being neither on the In- for a few days visiting with friends J- K. Hall, on Lower Lynx creek
dian reservation nor forct reserve, and relatives, and is a guest at the to remain for several days, the lat-
home of Robert E. Morrison. ter being in poor health.
RUTH CONTINUES Verede Visitor. Abundance of Rain.
SHIPPING TO PUEBLO. W. G. Wingficld of the Verde W. T. Sawyer, who is in the city
Valley, was a visitor to the city yes- from Rccs, near Congress, reports
(From Thursday 'n Dnlly.) tcrday and gives the usual report heavy rains throughout that region
James Slack, superintendent of the of a prosperous country, and the on Sunday and Monday, with the
Ruth mines, six miles to the south future as particularly bright since unusual attraction of plenty of
of the city, was a visitor Tuesday the advent of the railroad into thunder and lightning, an unusual
011 business, and reports shipping to Clarkdalc. occurrence for this tjmc of the year.
Pueblo as continuing. Underground Leave, for East. Good grazing is assured for the win-
conditions arc more satisfactory! Lester Winters arrived in the ter.
than at any time in the history of city Friday night front the Turkey Shipping Continues.
development, and the tonnage ex- Creek district, and left yesterday af- James R. Slack, manager of the
posed insures steady production for tcrnoou for his old home near Ar- Ruth mines, six miles to the south
several months ahead. The Ruth genta, Arkansas, where he will visit of this city, yesterday completed
Is a lead and zinc property, and un- with the "old folks" and attend the loading the seventeenth carload of
til . the present operators assumed wedding of his sister,
charge had but limited development. From Smelter City.
It is now attracting more attention Mrs. Lillian Thomas, and daugh-
than any individual mine uudcrtak- ter, Mrs. B. V. Mowdy, wife of
ing in the county, and is being sue- Judge Mowdy, were arrivals in the
ccssfully handled from a financial city yesterday from Humboldt to
standpoint. visit with friends for several days,
and arc at tho Prcscott hotel.
GETTING READY From the Hills.
TO RESUME DRILLING Harrington Blauvclt was in the
city yesterday from his mining
,'From Sunday. Dally.) camp ncar tlc Climax, where he is
For the purpose of perfecting ar- performing annual assessment work.
rangcnicnts to resume drilling, a He reports that field as attracting
general stockholders' meeting of the very much attention since the rc-
Verdc Valley Oil Company was held .tuning of the Climax bn a big
yesterday at Camp Verde, the pur- scale.
pose being to go ahead early this Returns Home.
week and to operate on a pcrma- Mrs. Fred Julcff and interesting
iicnt basis. Among those to leave son; Master Campbell Julcff, after a
the city yesterday morning were Ji two months' visit with relatives and
W. Sullivan, William Stephens, Ed. friends at the old home, returned
Anthony, Joe Hobbs, and Al Weber, to Biibee yesterday. Mrs. Julef!
They were joined at the work, by was at the home of her parents,
u u galloway, J. H. Wingficld nnd Mr, and Mrs. Daniel Campbell dur-
uavc Winglicld, with others inter- ing her sojourn, and received a wel
ded, come from lii.inv friends.
GOOD OUTLOOK IN Mr. and Mr.. Cnhiml.ii. TneWnn.
THE BRADSHAW COUNTRY the former a well known pioneer
irrom numinyn u.uy.) resident, the eldest son of the late
Letters received recently from Solomon lackson. arrived from Tor-
Nevada state that Tom Pickett. tcrvIUc. California, yesterday, and
formerly a well known resident of arc tourinir the country. Mr. Jack-
this city, is now located at Carsop son rcc atl dlosed of his orange
City, that state, where he has charge lands in the above state for several
of the guards at the penitentiary, as thousand dollars and with his wife
the assistant warden. Before com- will travel extensively for the next
mg to Arizona Mr. Pickett was n twp ycajs,
deputy sheriff in Texas, nnd proved Pint Feed on Detert.
himself a capable officer. Several C. E. Burton passed through the
years ago in Arizona he was the city yesterday from the desert
general range foreman of the Aztec country, and report, the best grazing
uatiic company 01 npacne county.' for thl. time of the year ever known.
ore, which is hound for Pueblo.. He
reports drifting and stoplng going
ahead from the 200-foot level and the
indications arc that an inexhaustible
tonnage is exposed.
(Front TiHHKiay' Dnllvt
The Misses Nona and Sally Mc-
Adoo, who have been visiting for the
past two months with their sister,
Mrs. C. T. Martin, of this city, re
turned yesterday to New York city,
and expressed themselves ns charm
ed with Prcscott nnd its attractions.
They arc the daughters of W. G.
McAdoo, nationally known as the
democratic vice chairman who con
ducted the campaign that resulted
in the election of Woodrow Wilson
to the presidency. Both young lad
ies will return to Frcscott next
IN THE EARLY DAYS
(From Sunday'. Dally.)
Pnssing through the city yester
day after several years with rela
tives In Prcscott, Canada, was My
ron G. Blue, who over thirty years
ago was n government packer at
Camp Verde, nnd was in the famous
Cibicu Indian fight in the Tonto
Basin country. He is en route to
the southern part of the state on
mining business, and will travel over
the old military trails on a very in
teresting mission. The Blue River in
Eastern Arizona was christened in
honor of his uncle Jesse C. Blue,
an old time frontiersman, by Pat
Kehoe, famed a. an Indian scout of
I early days.