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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, MAECH 30, 1910.
(IE DAISY STR K
(From Saturday's Daily)
Remarkable conditions are still
prevailing at the Little Daisy mine,
at Jerome, and the big strike of last
week continues in development going
on from the crosscut on the SOO foot
level, with the immense ore body
not as yet explored. Twenty-two
feet of a solid ore body had been
penetrated up to Thursday night,
and according to a statement yes
terday of General Manager Fisher, it
is problematical when the exact ore
zone will be determined.
He states that the timbering of
the ground was effected a few days
ago, when development was resumed
and thirteen feet ' was accomplished
in the last work. The character or
the ore for that distance is the red
oxide and the carrying of native cop
per was identical to that which was
cut into when the big discovery was
mentioned a few days ago.
The copper glance body was pass
ed over in the new work, and it is
the belief from what is seen on the
floor of the crosscut that the sul
phides are coming in. The crosscut
will be continued until the walls
are reached and the determinations
made of the extent of the ore
BWANA UMBO RIDES
ON CAMEL TRAIN
By Associated Press.
CAIEO, Egypt, March 25. Mount
ed on camels tendered from the
khedive's camel train, as a mark
of special favor, Colonel Koosevelt
and iis son, Kermit, visited the Ne
cropolis at Sakkara, while Mrs.
Roosevelt and Ethel had a more
All explored the ancient tombs
of the kings and saw the sacred
bulls. The party returned tonight
and dined with Consul General Id
dings, and then attended a banquet
given in .their honor by Sir Eldon
Gorst, the British representative.
Counsel For Cabinet Ob
jects However And
Denies His Syndicate
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 25."
When the Ballinger-Pinchot inquiry
was resumed today, Brandeis, coun
sel for Glivas, sprung a surprise in
calling for Secretary Ballinger to
take .the stand. He admitted he
wanted to conduct a general exam
ination. Counsel for the cabinet official ob
jected. Attorney Brandeis replied he sup
posed Ballinger all along had been
willing to take the stand at any time
he was wanted.
Several committee members
thought Ballinger ought to be given
an opportunity to make a statement
in his own way before being sub
jected to cross-examination. Final
decision was deferred.
Stephen Birch, managing director
of the Guggenheim-Morgan syndicate
of Alaska, was on the stand all
day. He stoutly denied his syn
dicate practically controlled Alaska.
Birch said his syndicate had al
ready invested $15,000,000 in Alaska,
and planned to invest more. As to
the Cunningham claims, Birch pro
duced an option showing that the
claimants had given his syndicate a
relinquishment in 1907.
He declared the option was ac
cepted but that the claimants had
never lived up to it.
Brandeis sought to show that the
syndicate, "with great wealth and
power in this country," had brought
pressure to bear during the last
two years to have the Cunningham
Birch declared he knew of no .such
efforts being made.
PROMINENT LAWYER. HERE.
(Frank Cox, the legal representative
in the territory of the Southern Pa
cific railroad, was in the city yes
terday for a brief visit with friends.
He is en route to the Grand Canyon
and expects to pass several days
here visiting mends Deiore return'
ing to his home in Phoenix.
AnORNEY FOR GLAVIS ASKS
HUNGER 10 ME STAND
Drifting both cast and west will
be started also, and in addition to
that exploitation, a winze will be
sunk to give definite conditions pre
The lively interest shown in Jer
ome continues and is creating a great
amount of conversation and some ex
citement. Not a share of stock is
for sale in that city, where heavy
subscriptions are recorded. Mr.
Fisher will will return to his camp
tomorrow, to await further exploita
tion, and feels elated at what the
property is doing. The eastern in
vestors are also enthusiastic over
the good news and several of the
heaviet stockholders are to come to
inspect the biggest discovery record
ed in this territory in recent years.
Telegrams and letters are reach
ing the city from all points making
anxious inquiries over the strike, and
will run into the hundreds, Mr.
Fisher being the recipient of a heavy
mail each day.
Those who have been permitted
to inspect the workings below, and
conversant with mineralogical condi
tions prevailing on its neighbor, the
United Verde, state that it is un
questionably an unbroken chain of
the same system, and will prove an
other magnificent producer.
While at Necropolis the privacy of
tne party was invaded by a moving
picture man, who unrolled yard af
ter yard of films, as Boosevelt
hustled ahead of the party, who had
a nara time Keeping up with him.
The express was met by Oscar
Straus, minister to Turkey. He de
nied his visit has any political sig
nificance. At least three hundred American
visitors sent greetings to Roosevelt
today. The hotels were never before
Prince Eitel, son of Kaiser Wil
nejm, is nere, and hopes to see
BY IRA M. BOND.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 25.
iieveridge today requested the, adop
tion by the Senate of several unim
portant amendments to the courts
sections of the statehood bill, and
a reprint of the bill, including the
said amendments. The Senate agreed
to the request. The bill is still in
the hands of the Senate committee.
It is expected the chairman will
request early next week that a day
be set lor the eonsideration of the
The Indian appropriation bill pass
ed the Senate. An increase of $1,000
for improvements at Fort Moiave
Indian school was included, as well
as an increase lor construction and
repair of school buildings to the ex
tent of $35,000.
Cameron secured the establishment
of a postoflice at Light, Cochise coun
ty, with George W. Waters as post
master. WASHINGTON, D. C. March 25.
While Senator Elkins engaged in a
futile effort to get the Senate to
agree on a time to vote on the rail
road bill, Bailey stated he had re
ceived assurances there would be no
effort to prevent a vote on state
hood. Bailey has given several pub
lic intimations that he will not con
sent to a vote on the railroad bill un
til he is satisfied a vote will be
allowed on other measures which he
Bailey privately said later he is
entirely satisfied with prospects con
cerning statehood and added he had
no doubt a vote will soon be reach
ed. There will be an effort made
to substitute the House for the Sen
AN ARKANSAS PASTIME.
PINE BLUFF, Ark.. March 25.
Resenting alleged improper conduct
by "Judge Jones," a negro, to
wards a young white woman, a mob
stormed the jail and hanged the
J negro tonight.
1 ciiy News i
i ...in ffrlef i
(From Thursday's Daily)
John H. Sloan, formerly of Mc
Cabe, but now of Jerome, is in the
city on legal business.
Mrs. George Tisdale and children
arrived yesterday from Parker, where
they havo been for several days with
Prom the Range.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Wright, agree
ably known to many in this city,
are visiting friends for a few days,
coming- from their homo at Camp
Wood. Mr. Wright is one of the
young and energetic stockmen of that
section, an associate of Ray Hill in
that line of business.
Appoints New Officer.
Sheriff Smith yesterday appointed
W. E. H. Williams, a deputy sheriff
at the works of the United Verde
At St. Luke's church at 7:30
o'clock this evening, there will be a
special service in preparation for the
Legal Mission North.
Henry F. Ashurst, the attorney,
left yesterday for Winslow, where he
is called in consultation with asso
ciates in the celebrated Breed will
Returns to Mohave.
C. W. Herndon, the Kingman at
torney, after a few days' visit with
relatives in the city, left yesterday
for his home to resume practice of
Three of a' Kind.
Charles Edward and Robert Fer
guson, all residents of Fergus011 Val
ley, engaged in farming and stock
raising, were in the city yesterday on
a business trip.
Starts Up Business.
J. W. Johnson, formerly engaged in
business at Walker, was in the city
yesterday from Crown King. He is
preparing to establish a hotel at that
place, js the report.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Buckingham
popular residents of the Smelter City,
were arrivals in the city yesterday,
and will remain for several days as
the guests of friends.
M. B. Hazeltine, cashier of the
Bank of Arizona, has gone to Phoe-
nix on business pertaining to the
Noble building, in which his bank
ing house is interested.
Go to Coast.
Mr. and Mrs. George Z. Smith of
Bouse, after several days in the city,
continued their journey yesterday and
left for Los Angeles and other coast
points for several weeks of an out
Again On Duty.
Charles Mulvenon, after a few days
in the Mercy hospital, under med-
ical treatment, has left that institu
tion and resumed his business duties
at the old stand, fully recovered in
To Visit Family.
George Salina, a miner of Poland,
left yesterday for Stockton, Cal.l
where his wife and daughter reside!
The latter is a school teacher in that
city. Mr. Salina will be away for
Prom the Mines.
R. H. Row, who is developing min-
ing ground in the Mineral Point dis
trict, near Jerome Junction, was an
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ness. He reports considerable activ-
lty in that field.
Prom the Mildred.
C. D. Harvey, the mechanical en
gineer, who is in charge of the con
struction work on the new ten stamp
mill for the Mildred Gold Mines
company, arrived yesterday for
brief visit on business.
T. W. Otis left last night for
Phoenix, on business, and will ex
tend his trip to Naco, Mexico, for
an extended visit with his daughter,
Mrs. E. M. Blake, whose husband
is the agent of Wells, (Fargo & Co.
in that city.
Leaves for Home.
Victor Salinger, identified with
mining in this section, after a few
days in the city, returned yester
day to his home in Los Angeles. He
expressed himself pleased with the
advancement of the induscry, and
will return in ii Rhnrf. ti'mn tn lnnl-
after his mining interests.
Goes to Bradshaws.
Frank L. Wright, president of the
Swastika Mining company, operating
tne AiacK warrior and silver JPrince
mines, left yesterday to make an ex
amination of the group. His company
nas completed tne wagon road from
the Peck spur, and the intention is to
get in supplies and machinery at the
earliest practicable date for working
George Flammer, the McCabe mer
chant, is in the citv on a business
trip. He has located permanently
in l.os Angeies, and after a few
weeks will return to that city. His
business interests in the above mining
camp aro being looked after by his
brother, Joe Flammer.
Mrs. George Puntennev and her
daughter, Mrs. Creed Fauber. ar
rived from Puntenney, near Chino
Valley, yesterday, for a visit with
friends in the city for a few days.
Mrs. Fauber resides in Phoenix, and
arrived here a few weeks ago on a
visit to the old home.
Mulford Winsor, the Deputy Grand
Exalted Ruler of Arizona, passed
through the city yesterday en route
to Winslow, on Elk matters pertaining
to his office. He will return later
to Prescott. to look into his lodge
at this point, expecting to be here
on the 30th of this month.
The many friends of Carl Kizer,
the fireman on No. 1, of the S. F.,
P. & P., will be pleased to learn that
he has returned to hi3 duties, being
discharged from the Mercy hospital
a tew days ago with his health re
stored. He was critically ill for sev
eral days,' shortly after being taken
Heavy Cattle Deal.
Quite a heaw sum of money was
paid by J. H. Maders yesterday for
live stock ranging in the Cherry
VJreeK district, according to bills of
sales recorded. He bought the J. J.
McWhorter cattle for $1,700. the cat
tie of Robert and James Allen for
$750, and all the Middleton Jones
cattle for $1,500.
Merchant Inspects Orchards.
J. I. Gardner, the merchant, who
is recognized as one of the most up-to-date
viticulturists in the county,
from the quality of apples he raises
in Skull Valley, has gone to his or
chards to get the trees in shape for
the season's crop. His productions
are widely known -and he-anticipates
a big yield this year.
Sheep Shearing Machinery.
While in the city yesterday Colin
Campbell made the purchase from the
Arizona Mine supply company of a
big Fairbanks-Morse gasoline engine
with which to propel sheep shearing
machinery at Ash iork which he
will have in operation in a few days.
Fifty shears will be under headway
at one time and he proposes to rush
Quite a family reunion is going on
in Prescott at the present time, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Adams, esteemed residents of the
city. Their daughter, Mrs. George
Colton, of Flagstaff, is at the old
homo, accompanied by her interest
ing daughter, Henrietta, and Henry
Adams, their son, a mining engineer
of the Bradshaws, arrived yesterday
for a few days' visit under the par
(From Friday's Daily)
Official Is HI.
Deputy Treasurer B. C. Davis
confined to his home with sick
From the Range.
Geo. B. Yorke, the forest ranger
of the Cave Creek district, is in the
city on official duties.
Land Mission Trip.
Judge Moore, the U. S. Commis
sioncr, who has been to the Capital
City on land duties, returned yester
The familiar form of Bob Irvine.
the popular clothing man, is seen
again in the city, arriving yesterday
from the north. He sticks to his old
lino of business and reports an ex
-MiKe Jictsnue, who lias many
friends in the city, was an arrival
yesterday from Seligman, where he is
in the mercantile business.
Mine Foreman Leaves,
Thomas McKeogh, shift boss at the
Blue Bell mine, who has beon in the
city for several days on business, re
turned yesterday to resume his du
Mine Operator Here.
J. H. Farrell, the general manager
of the Arizona Bonanza Mining com
pany, operating near Humboldt, is
in the city on business pertaining to
Rangeman in City.
Charles Hooker, one of the big
cattlemen of the county, arrived in
the city last night from his Syca
more stock ranch, to remain a few
days with friends..
Mrs. J. B. Kohl and children left
the city yesterday and will hereafter
reside in Los Angeles, where" Mr.
Kohl has entered the employ of
W. H. Burbage, one of the leading
citizens of Winslow, was a brief vis
itor to the city, yesterday, return
ing to his home after a brief business
trip to the southern country.
Miners in City.
Ruel Horn and C. H. Beers, from
.Kent's camp, near the Four-Mile
House, and Martin Anderson and
George Dawe, of the Bodie mine, are
in the city for a few days on bust
Easter at Old Home.
Mrs. R. N. Looney, with her sis
ters, the Misses Mamie and Winnie
Mayer, and her guest, Miss Consuella
Iruwell, left yesterday for Mayer to
spend Easter Sunday with her mother,
Mrs. a. B. Mayer.
Recovers from Illness.
H. N. Coleman, the general man
ager of the Sunny Side mines, has
recovered sufficiently to resume his
duties at that camp, leaving yester
day. He has, been under treatment
for several days in this city.
N. J. Ritter, the sheepman of the
Jerome Junction section, was a
brief visitor to the city yesterday,
returning to his range interests in
the afternoon. He reports the indus
try in good condition in that locality.
Will Build Mill.
Charles Achauer, the mill mechanic.
has gono to the Mildred Gold Mines
company, to start the work of erect
ing the new ten stamp mill of that
company, the delivery of which is
now going on from Congress Junc
Will Visit Relatives.
G. E. Mcany, the general manager
of the Yavapai Consolidated minnes in
the Bradshaws, . arrived a few days
ago from the old Tiger mine, and
left yesterday for a visit with his
mother and other relatives in Los
Participated in Event.
Mrs. Minnie Rahl, a sister of Or
villo Bozarth, whose marriage took
place yesterday, arrived a few days
ago from Wickenburg, to attend the
wedding of her brother, and returned
to her home last night, where her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bozarth,
Looking After Interests.
Walter Prime, a resident of Im
perial, who arrived in the city a few
days ago, continued his journey to
Flagstaff yesterday, where he goes to
attend his brother's interests, the
latter passing away some years ago
and leaving property.
Miner Stricken HI.
William White, well known in min
ing circles of the county, was placed
in the hospital, yesterday, suffering
with a serious attack of rheumatism.
He is one of the pioneers of the coun
ty, and has many friends who will
regret to learn of his affliction.
Ready for the Smell.
Under the new rule of the Board
of Supervisors, hide contributors aro
preparing to invade the court houso
with their odoriferous pelts on the
quarterly payment plan established
for bounty claims. Yesterday the
first advance guard showed up with a
big bunch of the skunk family. Ho
was informed of the dead line and
stated that he would be around on
Patrons of the Electric theater ex
press their commendation of the per
formances going on this week at that
popular resort, and especially singlo
out Miss Gray and Mr. Russell in
their vaudeville renditions, who are
favorites. The picture films are al
so of interest. Manager Howard is to
bo congratulated for tho pleasing bill
he is giving the public, and the big
attendance is the best evidence of
the merit of the performances.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Trenberth, for
many years residents of Poland, were
arrivals in the city yesterday, and
are en route to Redondo Beach, near
Los Aneles, where they will make
their future home.
Sheriff Smith returned from Con
gress Junction, yesterday, with Gre
gorio Canada as a prisoner, who
comes for a thirty days' sentence,
The Mexican brutally beat a woman
of his own nationality at that camp
and inflicted painful wounds without
cause, it is alleged.
Good Showing Reported.
John Harlan, the general manager
of the Big Pino Mining company,
near th eSenator, while in the city
yesterday, made the statement that
development is terminating satisfac
torily with depth, and the vein is
widening as the drift progresses. He
feels very enthusiastic, and returned
last night to his camp.
Mine Manager Here.
Max Wenzel, the general manager
of the Black Mountain Copper com
pany, operating in the Mineral Point
district, accompanied by his wife, ar
rived in the city yesterday for a
business visit. This mining enter
prise has recently been financed and
is under headway, with satisfactory
Judge W. T. Baker, the sage of
Junction, was an arrival in the city
yesterday, making the statement that
he will hereafter devote his time
and ability to mining in the Granite
Mountain district, where he has at
tractive ground, and will not enter
into a political discussion on the
statehood or any other issue.
Sad Mission Fulfilled.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Pentland, 'who
were called to Los Angeles a few
days ago, to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Pentland 's mother, Mrs. Birt, re
turned last night, concluding that sad
duty. They were accompanied homo
by Miss Birt, a daughter of the de
ceased, who will reside here. The
afflicted relatives have the sym
pathy of all in their sad bereave
F. Cronk, who left this section
some months ago to seek a change in
climate, for the benefit of his health,
returned yesterday, being unable to
find the atmospheric elixir he trav
eled in search of. He says the Pres
cott ozone is the genuine article
and he will camp here forever. Ht
is again on deck at the Head planing
(From Saturday's Daily)
After a few days in the city as
a guest of friends, Mr. and Mrs. ir.
H. Wright returned to their home
t Camp Wood yesterday.
Visiting Friends in City.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Condron, pou-
ular residents of Walnut Grove, ar
rived in the city yesterday for a
few davs' visit with friends.
City Lot Sold.
By a deed recorded yesterday
Rene Ramport sold to J. T. Green-
well lot 10 in block 9, of Jerome,
in Hooker's addition, for the sum
From the Range.
Charles H. Hooker, the big range
man of the Ash Creek section, is vis
iting friends in the city, arriving
yesterdaly. He is accompanied by
Mrs. Hooker and their son, Ralph.
The Loyal Temperance Legion of
this city desires to state that the
meeting announced for today is post
poned, owing to the wet weather pre-
ailing. Date of the meeting will
be given later.
Buys Farming Land.
A deed was recorded yesterday
whereby Ollie Grimes of Oak Creek
secures title to 160 acres of land
along the west side of Oak Creek
for the sum of $700. The seller was
W. P. Dalton, favorably known in
railroad circles on the A. & C, pass
ed through the city yesterday, en
route to Winslow, where he will en
ter the employ of the Santa Fo in
the yard service.
T. C. Mulcaire yesterday filed his
certificate that calls for the appro
priation of water along the Verde
river, which he desires to use for ir
rigation, mining, milling and stock
Miner in City.
J. H. Stewart, of the Midnight
Test mine, on Upper Groom Creek,
was in the city yesterday on busi
ness, returning to the camp in tho
afternoon. He reports the property
in an active condition.
En Route Home.
Advices reached the city, yester
day, from New York, that T. G. Nor
ris, the senior member of tho law
firm of Norris, Ross & Smith, had
left that day for his home in this
city. Mr. Norris has been absent
for over three months, on mining
matters, in the east.
Prominent Ariz on an.
Hon. I. T. Stoddard, ex-Secretary
of Arizona, and identified with
heavy mining interests In tho Cop
per Mountain belt, near Mayer, is in
the city, en route to his camp, to
look the situation over. Mr. Stod
dard has many friends 'in the city
to welcome him to his former home.
Rejoicing Over Rain.
T. E. Reynolds, who returned Fri
day from his big ranch on the Agua
Fria, near Dewey, brought the re
port that the soil was badly in need
of rain and the crop outlook was dis
cauraging. Yesterday evening he
reversed his belief, saying that the
country was safe, and the rain
could keep pounding away as long
as it pleased.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harbseon of
tho Verde Valley, were arrivals in
the city yesterday, visiting the for
mer's brother, George Harbeson, who
resides here. Mr. Harbeson is a
school trustee of the Camp Verde
Back to Mines.
After a pleasant visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Adams,
and- his sister, Mrs. George Colton,
Henry Adams returned to the old
Tiger mine, yesterday, to resume his
duties as mechanical engineer at
Wants Hide Money.
Ed. H. Meek is patiently waiting
for the county timelock to reach the
opening hour when skunk hides will
be received by tho Board of Super
visors. He has two sacks in his of
fice ready for official scrutiny and
he needs the money.
Buys Real Estate.
A deed was filed for record yes
terday from Ishmael Davis of Mayer
selling to Charley Knng, a Chinese
restaurant keeper, for $250, lot 2, in
block 2, of that city. The neV owner
will erect a house, tho old one hav
ing been destroyed by fire a rew
County Treasurer Herndon is in
receipt of a letter from H. F. Mc
Ginley, formerly a mine operator in
this field, buti now located at Bis
bee, which states that he will soon
return t6 this county again, to re
side permanently. The mining in
ducement is what attracts him here
Fooled the Clerk.
Notwithstanding the Board of Sup
ervisors has designated a certain
time when bounty pelts will be re
ceived, one anxious individual got
into the office yesterday, a few davs
ahead of the stipulated time with hi
collection of hides, consisting of
three skunks and one cat. They
came registered, by mail, from Jim
Encinas of Tipton.
EN ROUTE EAST.
(From Friday's Daily.)
Mrs. Thomas McGrath of Phoenix.
the wife of a former conductor on
the S. F., P. & P., and who for many
years was a resident of this city,
passed through yesterday for her
homo after a visit to friends in Los
Angeles. Mr. McGrath is reported to
have recently closed the sale of a
big tract of farming land in the Salt
River valley which he owned, the
price running to over $30,000. After
he retired from tho railroad business
he ahs followed farming in that sec
tion. ROYAL ENTERTAINMENT.
DETROIT, Mich., March 25. De
troit is preparing to take care of
300,000 visitors next July, when the
Elks' Grand Lodge reunion will be
held in this city. The entertainment
of the members of the order and
their friends will be on a scale never
before attempted in Detroit. Though
the . gathering is still three months
away, all available accommodations
have been reserved in the Detroit
hotels and large boarding houses and
arrangements are being made to Quar
ter many of the guests in the hotels
of Windsor, Mount Clemens. Pontiac
and other neighboring places.
TOWN TOO WARM.
Special Officer Shotley of tne Santa
Fe railroad, after but three days in
office at Ash Fork, is said to have
left that place, and his whereabouts
are unknown. He assaulted (Fireman
Brantley of the S. F., P. & P., and
tho latter's friends contend that it
was an unprovoked and brutal act.
sheriff Smith refused to issue a com
mission to Shotley as a deputy sher
iff at that point after he learned
the particulars of Sbotley's conduct
in that affair, saying that he did not
desire such a man on the force.
Only reliable ana ccmprehensiTe
mining news is published in the Jour
nal-Miner. . 1 .gnBlfl5