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THH (IXOMXO Sl'X.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO.
OF NEW YORK.
THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST.
J, F, PEARCE, W. E, HARPER,
Sneclal Aeent. Flmtaff. Ariz. fien'l Aeent. Albuouemue. N. M.
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procured from the Territorial treasury
by Fred O. Hughes, former pre-ident
of the society, by means of forged or
dew. Last Saturday the answer of the
auditw was Hied in court. Kvery as
sertion of the complaint in eeiflcally
acknowledged as true, but the defense
set up that the drawing of the cash by
Hughes was ojen and ublic and that
the society had passed the time in
which It should have acted.
Several Chinese and Japance store
keepers are under arrest in Phoenix
charged with receiving stolen goods,
and warrants are out against Lester
Smith and John Forrester, charged
with being principals in extensive
thefts of the local wholesale grocery
house. The men were delivery clerks
and, it is claimed, dally overloaded
their wagons and sold the unbilled gro
ceries to the Chinese. Several hundred
dollars' worth of sugar and coffee have
lKen recovered from thu purchasers.
The Albuquerque Citizen, referring
to the Gallup, N. SI., coal mines, sjjs:
"The present output of coal is but a
fraction of thu tons and tons of black
diamonds that will soon lx. dally dug,
when the mine of W. A. Clark are in
active operation. This gentleman is
the owner of the best paying mines in
Montana, and the biggest copper mines
in the world, near Jerome, Arizona.
Midas-like, everything he touches
seems to turn to gold, and he is one of
the richest men in the world, and ho
deserves every dollar he has made. His
millions have not been wrung from any-1kx1-
but mother earth. He does not
rest and hoard up his wealth, but uses
it In developing industries beneficial to
his fellow men. His investments at
Gallup will give him large returns and
at the same time double the population
and business of Gallup."
Importloi New Blooded Stock.
The proposition to ship thoroughbred
bulls into the Territory and distribute
them among the live stock growers was
considered In detail at a meeting of the
Arizona Live Stock association at Phoe
nix last Saturday afternoon. It was de
cided to make an effort to secure- an
eastern breeder or two.to ship a carload
of thoroughbred Durhams and Here
fords and dispose of them at public auc
tion. If this cannot bo done the live
stock men will endeavor to bring new
blood into their herds by importing on
their own lwhalf.
The Live Stock association is work
ing up a good business in buying cattle
for outside patrons. Saturday morning
u carload of fat cattle was shipped
to Krenz & Wolff at Window. J. L.
Gant, an experienced stockman, as gen
eral manager for Slarlcopa county,
looks after purchases of this eharaqtcr.
- Phopnix Gtt7ette.
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