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MOHAVE COUNTY MINER
OUR MINERAL WEALTH
OFFICIAL PAPER OF MOHAVE COUNTY
Kingman, Arizona, Saturday, October 19, 1918
1EVE LEVE, PEACE CHIEF A$
OF THE WALLAPA1S PASSES
TO HAPPY HUNTING GROUNDS
Today closes the period of subscrip-
Leve Leve, peace chief of the Wall-tion for the Fourth Liberty Loan in
apais, is dead, After months of suf-,Moha Cunt- s ""i E"e
. , , , ,, , ... .over the top for about $100,000.
fering he passed to the happy hunting, We coud nQt obtain definite figureg
.ground last Saturday night. on the loan throughout the nation but
Just how old Leve-Leve was is prob-!it is believed that in spite of the sick
lematical. When the writer came to mess throughout the country, the full
this country nearly 40 years ago he, $6,000,000,000 w'll be fubacribed.
was an old man in fact .though the,
at the age of 30 years. But no mat- J OH AVE
ler now oiu uie umei nas uui iniai
his mode of life might have been he I riyr rnn Ptniipc
was in his way a splendid old fellow. LLHKL FUR OLlWlUL
When the first white men came to this
.part of Arizona he made friends with iLud.. Bacon ancl c B Head left
them and during his long life that eariy this Week for Vancouver, Wash.,
friendship was never broken. Along ,; tiie limited service class. Before
in the early seventies members of his they left these young heavyweights
tribe and the band of Indians under sajd they would guarantee to cut more
Wallapai Charley and Sherum attack-' spruce timber than any six men at the
ed camp Beale Springs, three miles camp. Mohave County will be well
west of the present town of Kingman, represented.
and would surely have massecr-! Owen Roberts, Max C. Robinson and
ed the whole garison had it not been Thomas R Young left for utah Uni.
for Leve-Leve and his wife. Mrs. Leve-1 versity to entep the traini school
Leve stood upon the reef of rock run-ltj,ere jn mechanics,
ning through the camp and talked for ..William J. Cook left this week for
hours to her warriors .urging them to Fort McArthur. Cook is now in the
go to their camp and compel the other Coast Artillery.
Indians to return to their homes. Her, J
harrangue continued until the arrival
of Leve-Leve with Indians just off a DAN BOYLE PASSES
hunting trip and he drove the Sher- a WAV T"M TrTATPTWr A AT
urn Indians away and saved the post. "
After the establishment of the Colo-, Djm a
rado Indian reservation, below Parker, at t,)e M h , '
on the Colorado river an attempt was street,last Monday night Boyle
made to place a l'Wallapais there w.th)had t bec'n . d
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Leve brought his tribe back and no ef
fort was ever made again to place
them on the reservation. He has re
sided in and around Kingman since
the town was established and was a
familiar figure on our streets until a
few months ago, when he became too
feeble to move about.
About six months ago Mrs". Leve
Leve died and was buried out in the
hills to the southeast of the town
with usual Indian honors and Sunday
morning last, as the first streaks of
sun showed over the Wallapais the
body of Chief Leve-Leve was borna to
its last resting place under tha tower
ing mountain that had been his hunt
ing ground since early boyhood. May
all that he hoped to realize in the
Happy Hunting Grounds of his fathers
few hours. He had worked in many
comps of Arizona and was known fa
vorably throughout this part of the
state. He leaves a brother, who is
an employee of the U. S. Mint in San
Francisco, and a sister ir. the same
city. The funeral was held from the
local undertaking parlors yesterday.
TAR AND FEATHERS FOR
BELinUNG LIBERTY LOAN
A fellow named Neilson was treated
to a coat of tar and feathers at Hay
den, the other day. Neilson is re
ported to have gone into a pool hall
where Liberty Loan posters were dis
played and made remarks derogatory
to the government. He was arrested
and reported to the federal authorities
at Phoenix. The remarks were not
sufficient to constitute an offense und
er the law and Neilson was discharg
ed. Irate citizens took up the .matter
and organized a posses .which took the
man to the outskirts of town and
gowned him in a dress suit of tar and
feathers. He was started on his way
from somewhere to nowhere and told
to never come back. He may be go
C. V. Foresman, formerly of Chlor
ide, died a few days ago at Holbrook.
Mr. Foresman was a victim of influ
enza. He was an excellent fellow and
many friends in this county will mourn
WILL SHIP ORE
J. J. Connolly has just received as
say results from samples taken from
a shipment of ore, which he has on the
dump at his mine, which gave return
of 2.88 ounces ($57.60) gold and four
ounces 'silver. The shipment will be
made to the Humbolt smelter.
KEEP THE "FLO"
. OOTJL KINGMAN
. . Up to this morning but one case of
Spanish influenza had been reported
in Kingman, that being Gus Rafinot.
With six cases at Hackberry, three
at Valentine, one at Oatman and sev
eral at Needles, the Board of Health
n c AtnAaA n mi o rrt Aon f Va f nm
: Jjj prohibiting people from going or com-
The Board of Health is also isuing
an order making the spraying of the
throat and nostrils compulsory at least
twice a day. A spraying station will
be inaugurated at a downtown point
nnrl mirRPS swnrn in fnv flip ATnpro..
'V .nnnv will nnvor flip fmm wifli crtiivinff
Ip. ine serious results 01 me disease
'$,( 'can be thwarted if ALL the people
t5 cooperate with the Health Department
in making conditions such that it will
) be hard for the influenza to get a foot
In fact if there is this complete
cooperation we are liable to get off
All garbage and other filth should
be removed from the town. The
County Supervisors will see that such
is hauled away if notified.
' Anvone familiar with nursing
, , , , , , TTT1 . should notify Mrs. O. E. Walker, who
if leet 01 ban T ranks -i the b rench whippit type going into action, which have played hs been appointed by the superinten
sueh a conspicuous part in all recer" A: . Ai c'mive-.. dent of HeaIth t0 helP in of an
This is a time when ve can all
help ourselves and each other if we
go about the matter in a cool headed
manner and use precautionary meth
ods. On Page seven will be found a de
tailed statement concerning Spanish
KING ARRESTED ON CHARGE
OF MURDERING TWO BOYS
LATEST WAR HW
L!'.ND)X. Oct. 19. Evening Stan-
dard said allies line had reached Hoi
King, who is charged with , . ho . pa.t nf . runninr
WORTH OF "BOOTLEG"
As a guard of the army the other .influenza, sent out by our government,
the murder to two vouths at Black r ..- .. ,r.i J: Idav catitured 700 cases of fcnnze. nen-land therefore authentic.
I rum mere 10 uiurai. uverseus uis-1 '
river, in Gila county on the 24th of patche3 said auies had captured R0l.!DouSlas the value of which isestimat-'
last month, was arrested in the west- lcnghem, Luinghe. Late afternoon to .e $120,000 at tte retail price KINGMAN BOY DIES
ern part of Socorro county, New Mexi- battlef ront dispatches reported Gener-' of the "?r "1 . ' . ' dry sfts of A,ri" I IM pnj (j J( TOWTV
co a few davs airo ind in homo- return- al Debenv's French armv mirsuine re-,"0"?" ' Wltn whiskey selling at $20
ed to the scene of the crime. The treating Germans, between Oise, Serre'a Silcn in San Francisco and Cham
arrest was made by R. L. Newman, rivers. Had reached Chevriselea-1 ?an.e at ?25 a bott.le the. fellow who
of Navajo "county, Arizona. The young Dames,., showing French advanced acquires a jag must indeed be number
Arthur Beam and Paul McCurray, three miles west Meuse. Americans sd. aR1nS the millionaires. But he
were residents of Deming, New Mexi- are desperately fighting picked Prus-, J'"r-er, day we saw a low braw Indian
co. When last seen thev were with sian troops in attempt to bar Amen-1 i'-"-' b "" ""' whim jag,
King, and when he was arrested the can advance to Etenay, north of Ver
officers found in his posession bloodv dun.
blankets .leggings, two automatic pis-
tols, shotgun rifle and other articles LONDON, Oct. 19. Belgian advices ittt TOT ARpr CTVAK-!?
nd wondered 'where he nad secured
the wealth to acquire it.
that belonged to the murdered boys, say Germans evacuated Brussells.
King refused to discuss the crime.
The bodies of Beam nnrl MoCurvav WAoHI(,TQIS, Oct. 19. Unoffic
Paul Bode, who was recently injur
ed by being run down by the truck of
the Chloride fire department ,was ar
Tested at Oatman Monday last by dep
uty Sheriff William Mackie on a
charge of failing to obtain a permit
from the postmaster at Chloride to
leave that district Bode is a regis
tered alien enemy. The man stated
that he had gone from Chloride, but
that when he arrived at Oatman he
deposited his identification card and
was informed that he should have ask
ed for a permit before leaving that
town. The matter will be throughly
investigated by the department and if
the man intended no wrong it is pos
sible that he will be realeased.
Bode came to the United States
from Germany ten years ago, but still
remained a vassal of the kaiser, and
had served in the German army.
were found in Black river about the ia! Liberty Loan total at noon, four
first of this month. Their heads had b."1,on' S!X nundred and s,xty rour "
ed down with rock. Indians reported SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 19.-Lib-that
the boys were with King when erty Loan ,s twenty mlllion short of
the party passed through Fort Apache ' " T? 't,
on a hunting trip. The crime was one v h??00' 0ct- --Reports from
of the most horrible in the history of attlefronts say German defenses
the state, but the murderer will only ?utheast of B&a ha been broken,
get a few years in the pen for it, un- S13 reached Zeegrugg - Bruges
less the people take the law into their Ca.na1, , ,. Th?, Germans are reported
own hands and summarily string the st,U hold,nS Zeebrugges outskirts,
fiend up. ' Haig reported Anglo-Americans be-
' tween Bohain, Lecateau captured Maz-
inortiain Ratuo! Crtnflrmail tl.a AQn.
where he will take medical treatment. ELKS CANflFJ, ture of Wassigne. Gained over five
ii ii. nm inr.in n!io ra n n t - a h tiu;.. '
TO SAN FRANCISCO
John P. Lefler, superintendent
the Arizona Southwestern Copper
company, has gone to San Francisco
AT CERBAT WASH
M. B. Dudley killed a rattler last
Wednesday with eleven rattles, and
measuring 54 inches in length and 3
1-2 inches in diamater.
Mr. Dudley with his small son was
hunting near the Cerbat wash. He
was reaching for a quail In a clump
of growth when he saw the diamond
rattler coiled and ready to strike. Mr.
Dudley was carrying a shotgun ir his
right hand and the minute he saw the
snake he pulled the trigger without
raising the gun to his shoulder, blow
ing the reptile's head off.
Frank Ferraris, aged 25 years, died
at, Fort Logan, Colorado, Thursday
last and his body is being shipped to
the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Ferraris, at Alturas, California.
Mr. Ferraris, who has been working in
the old Nighthawk mine for the past
year ,was notified by courier yester
day and departed last night for home.
The young fellow was the only son
and had been in the army some time',
expecting to be sent abroad soon. He
was born in Kingman and lived with
his parents here some time afterwards.
Mr. Hoffman has many friends in this
county who wish him complete recovery.
UNCLE SAM TELLS HOW
TO SEND X'MAS PKG'S
TO THE BOYS 'OVER THERE'
NO MORE SUGAR
County Food Administrator Stewart
received word this week from Food
Administrator Riordon that from now
on no additional sugar will be allowed
for canning purposes.
The war department is desirous that
eacn man servme m the American Er.
fcuiuunary rorces in Europe shall re
ceive a remembrance from home at
wmstmas tune, and advises that be
cause of transportation and distribU'
uon airnculties but one parcel of
standard size and weight can be sent
to each. To this end arrangements
have been made with the War Dennrt-
ment whereby Chrisimas parcels may
be mailed to members of the American
Expeditionary Forces in Europe under
me iouowing conditions.
1. Each soldier or other member of
the American Expeditionary Forces in
Europe will be allowed to receive one
Christmas parcel for which purpose he
will be furnished, through army chan
nels, a "Christmas Parcel Label"
bearing the correct name and address
of the soldier or number and also the
name of the person designated to mail
the parcel. The labels will be pre
pared to serve as address labels for
the parcels. The label furnished each
soldier or other member of the Amer
ican Expeditionary Forces will be sent
by him to the person who is to mail
thet Christmas parcel No Christmas
parcel for 'members of the Expedition-
(Continued on Page Seven)
TAnri? nTTrimT-vma mles yesterday between Lille, Douai,
jjjjxj iTXjjAjiiiurO Added three miles to gains today now
' i within eight miles Tournay.
. ne secretary or the local lodge of French are crossing Guise Canal
Elks is in receipt of a telegram from and have reached Mile, Quarter Guise,
me urana oage or tnis state author- and also advanced west of Attigny.
izing the discontinuance of further LONDON, Oct. 19. Chronicle says
meetings until such time as the Span-understands Kaiser actually abdicated
several days ago, was off throne sev
eral hours, probably signed abduca
tion papers. Had accepted and was
arranging armistice under President
Wilson's complete terms. Then rul
ing class interfered and caused can
cellation of note to Wilson, restored
Kaiser to throne.
ZURICH, Oct. 19. Vienna news
papers confirm resignation Austrian
ish influenza epidemic has passed.
J. D. Frank and Viola Whitt were
married in Kingman yesterday after
noon. Mr. Frank is telegrapher for the
Santa Fe at Yampai and Miss Whitt
is from St. Louis. The couple will
make their home at Yampai.
ALSO GOT A BUCK
Jack Howlett, of Oatman, was the
hunting partner of Ted Carter last
week and succeeding in bringing back
a buck for himself as well.
The editor had no intention of cheat
ing Mr. Howlett of the glory of hav
ing secured his deer and although he
has refused to kick at not having been
mentioned in the affair, we are going
to see that the world knows of it just
the same as if he had.
JAS. REARDON WELL
KNOWN MINER DIES
COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH OF MOHAVE
Pwing to the prevalence of INFLUENZA it is hereby order
ed by the Mohave County Board of Health:
That all persons be, and are hereby, prohibited from entering
the town of Kingman, Mohave County, Arizona, until such re
striction is raised by proper authority, except by emergency per
mision from the County Superintendent of Health.
That all persons in the town of Kingman submit to nose and
throat spraying at least twice each day, until otherwise ordered.
That the rules and orders heretofore promulgated by the
board be strictly adhered to and observed; and that placards an
nouncing this quarantine be posted at the various roads into the
town. Provided, that persons destined for points beyond may
pass through, stopping only for necesary supplies.
By order of the Board of Health of Mohave County, State of
Arizona, this 19th day of October, 1918. ,
MOHAVE COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH
By T R. WHITE, Ml D., Secy and Supt. of Health
Kingman's annual masquerade will
be given this year by the Camp Fire
Girls at the Elk's Hall. The mas
querade will be given Hallowe'en eve,
October 61, if the influenza quaran
tine is lifted by that date, otherwise
it will be held the Saturday before
opening of school. Admission price
will be $1.00 and 25 cents will be
James Reardon, one of the best
known miners of the county, died at
Needles about two weeks ago, the
news coming here early this week. Mr.
Reardon had come in from California
to Copperville, where he was quite 111,
leaving there for Needles, where he
thought the warmer climate might
help him. He had been ailing for a
long time, but his friends did not be
lieve serious consequences would re
sult. He had a large number of
friends throughout the .mining dis-
tricts of the west and his demise will
be greatly regretted.
The election of Red Cross officers
which was to have taken place October
23 has been postponed on account of
the order of the Board of Health pro
hibiting all meetings. The date of
the election will be announced later.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Smith are the
proud parents of another soldier for
Uncle Sam. The little fellow arrived
Wednesday and weighs 10 pounds.
GRAND LODGE K OF
P ELECTS OFFICERS
The Grand Lodge of the Knights of
Pythias of Arizona closed its session
at Globe on the evening of the 8th of
this month by the election of the fol
lowing officers, Grand Chancellor, J.
O. Mullen, Temne; Grand Vice-Chan-
cellor, J. A. Gilbert, Jerome; Grand
Prelate, J. R. Coulter, Pearce; Grand
Master at Arms, W. B. Nash, Hayden;
Grand Keeper of Records and Seal, J.
D. Loper, Phoenix; Grand Master of
Exchequer, L. D. Redfield, Benson;
Grand Inner Guard, J. Knox Kent, Mi
ami; Grand Outer Guard, C. W. Cis
ney, Phoenix. The grand lodge invest
ed .in ?1,200 worth of Liberty Bonds.
The subordinate lodges of the state re
ported investments of $15,000. The
supreme lodge of the order reports
investment of $500,000 in bonds and
the domain report investments of $1,
000,000. The report shows a large
number of Arizona Pythians in the
service of Uncle Sam in France, while
the supreme domain shows over 50,000
men in the National army.
Joe'Rpsenburg was called to the
home of his brother in Milwaukee this
Doth the mother and baby are doing week on account of the serious illnesa
welL in the tatter's family.