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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 191 x
xi I I M mm m . i ' r NIUNut WRIbHTON GIBILITY OF VOTERS NOVELIST JCILL8 NEW ERA IN MININO COYOTE AT DAWN INDUSTRY IS HERE (From Sunday's Dally.) I'HOKNIX, Ariz., Sept. A. --Ono '.f llnruld Holl Wrluht. fumed In lit-1 li Inrgcst, if not the Inrgcst nppli- erary circles of the tuition as n novel cntlotts for patent in the history of 1st, nftor n few months residence In Arkotm, If (not in the entire country, thin cetinn, lin decided ' to take up wns Ununited yester.iny ty tne 111- his termnncnt rcldcnco during the lng in the oflco of Chnrles Arnold, summer months, and will mnko his receiver of the lnnd office, of tin up- headquarters nt the cnttlc rnneli of pllcntlon for tntcnt on 02 clnims, Oc.irgo A. Outer In Williamson Vnl- copper and gold, In n single Rronp Afr-Ariir UnOMI Virr Tltt r Ti- Mo-, making this Importtuit nnnnuncn- in Ytivtipnl county. rtllUlllWY-VIVlttiai JdYd lllCrt: yaw nP m.mvcsterd.iv. ll wns induced to The clnlm nro lonited in town No Reregistratioti for Election To Be Called for December 12 BIG PINE MINE HAS SPLENDIDSHOWING Management Arranging for Installation Of Cyanide Plant of Capacity Of Hundred Tons a Day m,. niintoii of John U. Wright, - m . general for Arlzonn, thetc ( no rcreglstrntlon of voters for 1 . .. ... I... 18.104.22.168 1 t1 1 1 I'll iu iiv mill iutcmiRT i. , ' n on the constitution nnd , 11 lion of state officers. The Is his opinion in full ad to the district nltorneys of (from Sunday's Dally )) So satisfactory has been the out- 11.. ....! Art U..t 0 llllll i ii"vin..,. 1 tJ I ' c MV"t i .. 1..... ill. ..ml .! 1 ! I iriri I IU1 ni-J a i I I ..unit . 11 ! telegram of September Gth re , t) 1 You usk mc to ndvisc if per 3 registering subsequent to the t! of tho registration for the , 1 on of coiiHtitutlonnl dolcgntos, ti Miti nt the coining primnrles to 1 'nil October 21 nnd tho state dec i(n to bo held December 12 next. T i' question is of great importance 1 ' 1 hits been bothering tho district tt rne.vs throughout the territory, ' 1 I have therefore given it close 1 I , and have requested nnd re- . fill tin. ii1ltnn i t inviirnl nt tli.i fil 11 g nttnrneys of tho territory 'I nt cil with both the republican . i mniocrntie parties, My opinion, 1 the reasmiR therefor, will eonse- 1, i-ntly be given with some detail: Mi-1 (mi 11) of tho Knnbllng Act ,n Miles that the qunliflcd electors of ti fimi arc authorized to vote for c .'gates to n constitutional convon- 11; and that n qualified elector Is n mi.li' citizen of tho United .States ( the age of twenty-one years who 'as resided in tho territory nt least nc'te months next preceding the ite fixed for the election for con- titnt (Mini delegates, mid who shall fo-M'M in every respect the qunlifl in'iniiH of an elector nre provided by T lie 20 of tho Itovlsed Htntutes of r.zonn of 1001. Said section fur iir provided that the supervisees of rli county shnll require n reregls ration of tho qualified electors as J'e defined, nnd n proviso Is nt tiiilii'd to the effect that nt a rcrcg I'trntion of tho qualified electors whine names appear on tho great rcg Mir for the year 1008 Is unnecessary 'sit that such 11 nines together with iifh as may register under the provi sions of said section shnll constitute le great register of such county ami bo used at each of the elections provided for In tho Knnbllng Act Slid section then provides further lint thiH provision shnll npply to nil voters at nil. elections for delegntes to the constitutional convention, for the ratification of tho constitution, for stnto officers, members of the Mnte legislature, representatives in "ingress and all other officers nnmcd n the constitution or nny others pro vulcd for or mentioned in the Knnb ling Act. From tho, provisions of said section H'i r would nppenr, therefore, that fluidified electors or all elections I'toMdcl for In tho Knnbllng Aet, w aid bo those registered under the titration nforcsald, that is to say, those whose names appeared upon the Ktuit register fif ench county for the v:ir 1008, nnd those additional per sihh who bad registered thereafter nd up to twenty-one- days prior to ' e election of delegated to tho con Mitntlonnl convention. U will bo noted that tho provision t (hnpter 3 of Title 20, Itovlsed statutes of Arltonni is to govern In tie rcreglstratlon above referred to, Intagraph 2303 of mid chapter 3 tlo 20, provides that any ono can Agister tWonty-ono days beforo an Section nnd ihii explains my state ment in tho preceding paragraph that 'ily those registered In tho great register of 1008, and thoso registered i"kr tho rorcglstratlon order of tho ' pervisori ui to twonty-ono dnys "!r to tho holding of the election f r delegntes to tho constitutional nventlon, would bo entitled to vole. ' trtnlnly it Is elonr from tho pro- 'innns of section 10 of tho Knnbllng 't, that only persons' whoso nnmcn "ipenr upon tho great register of l'0S nnd thoso thorenfter registered " to withlu twenty-ono dnys prior '1 the election for constitutional deb 'kintcs, could voto for constitutional legates. Thoro li no doubt that tho nnmes of nil such person, did con stitute tbo great register for the elec tion for constitutional delegates. Tho fnct that nld section 10 of tho Kn nbllng Act, thereafter provide that the provisions of said section should M'l'ly to all tat lectIon, makei visit Arizona by .Mr. Cnrter, nnd his hlp 1 north, range 11 west, lying due health hits Improved so miitorlnlly hVMl of I'rwott i'n . the St. Cloud since arriving thnt ho cnndidly states mountain, nnd compilsc tho Inrgest there U no equal to the climate nnd mineral application ever mnilc in the environment is pleasantly Incut- this, nnd probably any other, lnnd ed for him to pursue his llternry work office in tne country. under tcullnrly ndvnntngeous condl- Tim nppllcntlon ' wns made by' At tlons. Ills homo it nt Imperial. Cnl.. torney .1. .1. llnwhlns, nttorney in Imperative the conclusion that onlv nml 'l,rlK I'1" 'ojourii in the future "Ct for the Arizonn nnd evmln sucn pertons referred to can vote at " pci, 'C iii i,c nrcoinpnni- v..,.,.. u. ... ,.,.....K. - ,,,, l)f 1C UlT(,c oM of develop- nny of the elections provided for In '." 1"" wlfo and family. Ho will i'sc "' ' " mrnt on IC intorc8ts of tho Dig Pine tho hnnbling Act. lenve for bomo Hut even were there nnv doubt in "f 0fitober with reference to the nbovo conclusions ,""'lni'M '"ntters .... 1 . . . . such doubt is eliminated bv the pro- 'ovo. lie will return early next "m- - " '""""i cynnldo plnnt has been decided upon ,.i.i,. im.i...i. " . ' .. I.i.ri.w, Mr vi..i. 1,... .,.r..m. inin for ninny years Kotiernl innniiger of . ' . , A ... t.uii 11. r.ii'ciiun uruinnnco io. 'i" " ., ,. ... , ... to ireni ni lensi juu tons hi uiu ii a-l-l'ted by the constitutional con- f,"" of Wf,nK. 1,nUc,1 .V",,P4 i; ,lny nil ,,,,,, ,c introduction of ventlon; esj.eelally, "The Winning of Unrbarn '0o report W. A. Clark bought the j" ten.t.ornry. susiienslori I j, 1 A during the latter part amounted to f.,,5.,0. Tho prcsUlent COIll,liny, ' icn,C(l Hs- , slncore regret, that of the company Is Millionaire Rued- n m rs necessitates this ckcr of Denver, nnd the vlcc-pre,!- tfcc IxiKtn11i ; n( n II return early next Joscpli (Mroux of Los Angeles, ' . . .." .. . . . x-.....l ...1.1-1. I.... "" "I 1- Section 3 ,,f "Election Onllnnneo Wn"M'" T,li8 1'MWenllon Una rcneh- ' "i- "'"-" '" "" "' of work wn ordered a few days ngo. No. 2" speclflcallv define, the onnll. " the greatest record ever attained '. ."J"'" ''"' " '"u,,in' That the mine has attnlncd n very flcatlons for electors nt the first "'"" f C0I'' l"1"1 exceed-pvltl. million more in s.ght for mnny nMlnnl Jn )nnn, crp,M RCn state election. lnK r.00,000 to date, and Is regarded I' ' , . , ernlly Is conceded nnd In corroborn- According to its term, any male n" onc "f bc ',"'t f '' writings. ompanj ins necn qu.euj ue- ,(f wtIook (hc tUimmt milo eltlzen of tho United Stntes of the WrlKl.t Is now so vigorous ve loping the claims upon which pa - f, , Mnrk n,(1Icy) w), ,,, ngo of twenfy-one, who shnll have re- P'""' that yesterday morning ns vv'"-" " - lnnj,, intttlcnl nnd direful exaniln sided in tho territory at least twelve 1,10 sn wni' crceilnB over tho eastern "loruing for tno past four jenrs. ,, )f thc lleVrlopAieiitt Is eonelu- months next t.rccedlnr, the dnt.- of horizon he nrose front bed nnd with ' ." ' ' live to that end. in vjew of this tho election heretofore held for thc rifle In hand went out Into tho J" '" SfcT J l '"'' M an authority on election of delegates to thc constitu- n",, fnmo wiU,ln ranK of " . .. 7, . , - , nilnlnjj. Mr. Urndley .. . . .. iMM,..r.- wi,i-t. -n t.n millions' worth of profits In comer ,, . i.onn, convent.on, wi.o snail possess v'v: Them U n l.oo.I bv-nroduct llmv ,,ml """"., t - . ,u 1 , ,n Mrtiltm tiittitlfa mill ho believes that one of tho biggest In other respects the qualifications mnK(! " nttnck ,m t,,c lmMry ot n , .. provided for by Title 20 of tho Ice- ,K,1,"'r- With one shot the animal R vised Statutes of Arizona, nnd whose wn" ki,lci1 w,,eM 1,0 rc,,lr"c'1 wUh tl,e It is the Intention of the company gold producers in this section is es- v"" . .. . .. . . 4 ,,r,...,l will. .Wrlnn.nn.it. for nil. I"'"""-'-'- " names shnll appear upon the great 'P as oviuencc ,n tno case, an.. . ' , . tnbllshed. Tunnel No. 3, or the n.nin register n, constituted by section 10 " " uncrr"' ' I'!'""' ' " I ' ..',. , ' ,! w"",nK mc nl l,rc""nt now n of the Knnbllng Act shnll be qualified M1"" 'uVfrnl nrt,c,Ci nn'1 tintcn Umt 1111 iiiii.irs arc neiicr periuriiicii in to vote. '", "" ru iiuncr iHTriuriiii-u .11 jqq r)ltft jro, Wi(cll fCVCtni nilllliren HCllli.r iuihhij, mm i-uii-f juiau Tlie urent register as constituted thl" "lnon and under Its agree- I,cn,1,' "L' ewcHon or a ""'r trraleil In the com-1 being the first to give an neenrato by aeetfoi 10 of tho Knalling Act '- " "Vht? laSun M, nV Wn,RB vlu,M f M Ul lWt- of is composed of tho name, nppenrlng tlelpnted, hence his determination to P '",J ' Jtlon U recnrdcd bv mln- of ,on' T,,c vc,n var,M ,rom t,mt ,,e,, w,,,ch ,,CC" 0,,n" upon the great register of 1008, plus "P-nd the grenter part of ench year n ho t innm t- t,,rPe ,0 lr""", fcCt wWlh' At nl 10 de,,th "nt" th eom,m"jr .. " . .. .. . .. li..r.. ?n '..turn. X Mpcrts Here ns tno most itupori- . , , . . . ,, ttTT smmf uiiiuiih t . . m I XVI R A-ll .1 A X OrlAl A. '".J. C,CCl,0,, ' RAMPANT IN AUSTRALIA I Iniltidt ry In Arlzonn. 1 1111 mi 111 1 mum ut'ii'iiii.n. mndrrn drills In exploration work. Over n million dollnrs will bo e.x- tinuous ore shoot for n distance of 500 feet from which cvernl hundred tunnel nnd. Is down fifteen feet ln-n four foot body of ore. The length of the tunnel l nnw 7C0 feet, n'u.l' O10 blnget oro bodle-j, nre In J'd,' near the fncet The group hns been well prospected a' other points nlso under the fav orable conditions thnt attend tho tun nel method owing to the contour, of the, .country. 'i;bt'i.ijro four of th'eso openings, thc tipper one of 100 feel, No. 2 of 350 feet, No. 3 .of 7G0 feet and the lower ono Just stnrtcd Is llty, , feet, ftom which will bo seen tho f largo anion nt of work uccomplfshc'd in nn. Incredibly short time. After, the three lower t mint Is nre connected by n series of upraises decided upon Olid which nro going ahead nt pres ent, tho lower one will be on tho level with tho mill, and from which . the oro will be handled on n gravity basis. ( Mr, Hradley is very favorably Im pressed witli the situation nt tho enmp nnd nlso expressed surprlso that such fnvorabln mineral condi tions were In evidence In that par ticular locality, this enterprise the mimes of nil thoso who therenfter ,mre 5n ftlire- registered up to mid within twenty- . . . .1 I Iiri'MUll n Wllirv I o lli'lliu nil.i.. .11 mm ....... ..w.. nut In rncnnl vi'nm. nnd ni tno 1)0-1 ' . .? ... .y-... , ginning of n new era In the copper PUBLIC RECORDS. " Mecllon Ur.linnnce .o. s i .,,, a .... PECULIAR PLIQHT s irr.iiii 1 in.. . mis.. r-ii'i il. it. in no mnnncr nntlmrlr.es anyone to I ' .... ' ' . OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES voto nt the state election, who hns "D ' - , , T"""" INW'i of NWi( Sec. 25, II N., I B. iNKVi of SK, Bee. 31, 14 N., fl K., Instruments Tiled as Reported by TTm0 rights. DrMinl IMUm fVI I . .... .... 1, . .) .1, II. wingtieiu, nr. to snmu pnnicn registered subsequent to twenty-one defend act, under which all mnlo In- HPOKANK, Wash., Hept. 7. He- Prercott Title Co. Sept. 1, 1011 Jerome Volunteer Fire Diqit. give Biqiuiu HI iwinij "',., . .....,. ... ti.t I...., . ,.. .... .,,.,. I .,..,,11,,,.., nt .,r...n.il Inn In .1. M. Hill. . ... . .1... ..-.1 1 nn tn 111 11 m in 4111BL. mm. n in. iiiu 1 iiiiiruiuiiiiin iiiiii. in: in;..-. 11 ... 1 ...- ...v, - ---- iinys prior to tne ncciion inr ronsii- , , . , , ' , ., . ' . ............ 4...t..ni .i..in,.n. u. .,,ifU 5,1,1 lJcct and nut niocinlly exempt- ed nnywhet;o in the United Htntcs or llvnn. tnti. ml . legates, lint it ' . nm bfl f( )M M nvnl , t, ,,, nf Canada by n Mary 1J nnd Harry M. Thomas to wor.llllg ciiminnivs u.c msuiiuiy M , .,- , , .. ,..-,!, , t u tln,1n.,,1 nn.l H..,.rv V. D. I i.nttn nt llm tttmt Inl.l ! l"m'"Kl '-"' llllll nuinill(; lltJ ""1111111111 111 llll'tll ,IMIIl.llf ....... ... . r. .j j nnj.,no voting nt the nr cl,c Jnl ! jmI. The imst six mouths hnvo welfare of the Slttlo red school home, Johns-W. deed. Lot 17, 1.1k. A, K.!T, Lease. Lots 2 and 3, Hoc. 21, I t N. I K., for oil purposes. T. Kurlllcli ct nl. locate Phoenix mine, Ilbtck Itock district, Scpj. 7, JOll Allen Johnson to Paul Smyjy , bare. liullding on lot I, blk. 7, incitrporatd capital .. . . -.. beiln devoted to tho registration, ox- are exacted In thc (Ionian district, Presc.ott, j Jerome. lwcnt-one nys prior 10 sn..i nmlnntion nnd equipment of tho end- Shoshone county, ldnho, where tho C. K. nnd Lizzie Chnmple locate o. II. Huthorford et nl, "pi u ui v. i i ill ii .rivll.. ct, nnd shortly they will nil be en- teacher qualifying for tho j.osltloit Homestead placer, Humbug district. Pittsburg & Verdo Oil Co., . , ti! ngMl In nctual training. must hnvo four or moro children. Prescott Improvement Co. to W, ,K. ' ,tock 2CO,000. .i . T t.u... ' South Austrnlln over 13,000 sen- Them is a legal reason for this stlp- Farrow.-Dcvd. Lots 2, 4, 0, blk, ,!3, A. .11. Iteration, County ...... .in .. ' '... k".-' ... . . , rtietii were registered, and of ulntion, which, stripped of Its verbl- Whipple Heights, Prcscott. .. nppoluts H. M. llelcher as i nnil llllll III" uu.llilir run.. imiv .,, . , i ,t c, i.. these over 10,000 have now been age, menus there is only ono child of W. T ' : . : ; under training. Kxeeedlngly .ehool ago In the district. rowU-Deed. Same M0"""K u" ""'l ? ' "'"." " ntl.fnctnr- mn.ter. hnvo been renrfrt The law rem.lres tho enrollment Sept. 5. provided for In sal.! h feuon uniin. (lt vtH 11Bn fve The VfBk Tlrnc ct mi,.. .Nn. l" nilllllltll liv lliu. riinnii' i . . . i . ... ....... ' i. 1,1.1,1 itnt w tli fiw nxcniitlniis iiutr ct. wli 1 is in t no Heart or I lie l ..inline Verilfl vn CV . .. . .t m . -. n . ..,.. ..... ...... ...... .... i - - .. tutionni rouveiiiiun n."iin. Trcnsurcr, leputy. K. Furrow to Mrs. Lydn Far-i iioard of Supervisors to .T, I). Hell- Thc congress nf the United States, thc lads hnvo shown keen Interest In richest lend nnd sliver producing property. 1011 locate 10 Oil i iiistrict. J. W. Hobbs et nl. locale 2l 6il . ' , ' ' tin movement. From tho ago of 12 country In tho world, boasts of n new claims, Verdo Valley district, therefore, especin ly approved nna JUWj (C,100, LoUM.f Yown( F ,, KoKrtr(y ,0. ratified the provisions or j'.ieciion junior" cadets, from II modern library and 44000 surplus rntc mines, Humbug district. Ordinance No. - nn.l Its terms nre (1(n(.)lC(1 , Ul0 Wm Unc ) Wm 8((.,,h,,n.W. liliin l AlflO. The district must 1,1 .nt. It Hen. nn HF.U of NK14. tiee. in reply to your telegram, there- rculrement. are not ni ,., v.. n K. fore. 1 have to state, that in my opic- , . ...,. .iu, T U'in..M.i a nn.t wlV tn Ion, no person registering since tie Un wh( ,jVn ,,, ttunten nrc ,rnre)lnK fr n teacher W. O. and It, W. Wlngfleld-W. dee.i;' closing of the regl.trn on is. prinr j(j q tri the election of constitutional .tel. 17 yeaw flurlng 191J. Tho scatter- Thc (lordon district has been a n nVA fc NW4, Hi' 31, 14 N., gates, can vote nt the coming pr- MUm ov a vt ren , m)rt of n fftml,y community for 3 K. ' ' " t rtt .i.n oj nr nf inn ruminif 11 ... ..... . . nmr.rn " naturally making the work a llttlo years. The children of two couples, Prescott Chamber of Commerce to election on December 12th. KiMpeetfnlly submitted, JOHN It. WR101IT, Attorney (lenernl of Arlzonn i dlfficnlt: but the fact that the A. Oswald and A. Mason, rompoicil i'rl,nces K. Dichl W. deed. Lot 0, chenm has worked smoothly In itslthe enrollment until recently, wnen iij)M Pinc Crest Add., rrcscott QOOD MINE BHOWINO (From Sunday's Dally.) inltlnl stngts, and has received loyal support from the public gcnernlly, iiugiirs well for Ms ultimate, success. H is cstimntcd that 100,000 senior endets in tho various stntes will now begin mllltnry drill, and It Is expect- WANT OHIO RIVER IMPROVED CINCINNATI, ()., ot. 7-" Nino foot stnge from Pittsburg to Cnlro nil tho year round" Is the lon of thc "000 delegntes from tho commercial bodies of Ohio Valley cities to the annual convention of tho Ohio Vnlley Improvement nsioclntlon, which open c,l in Cincinnati today. ALLEGED THIEF ARRESTED u-mm aunday'a Dally) Manuel Hernandez, nrrestfd a few days ago on tho, charge of entering tho room of L. Avlnit, in tho Bcopcl iinil. wns tried yesterday beforo Judge McLnno on the ilinrgo of bur nml bound over to the grand n,n .urn of 4500. Hernandez .0,....l a watch, clothing nnd a ink -..itnnoniis amount of personal effects and was preparing to lcnVe for the southern country when nrreiieo., . f f.. ll.A I. A. Martin, wuo is in i" .M. ,,,, , fl, .... unn. Ans from the enmp of tho Copper Queen . . . ..,.., mn.000 (lold Mining eo.nj.nny, near Mnyer.l of nAvt nnJ n000 c,Uron gives n good - report- oi "yv,,,"l""l"k L0jlprs under way, statin, tnni tno mug crosscut tunnel Is penetrating better WEL1 driujwo ore bodies tlinn nniicipiueu. iu MACITIKE IS STARTED work is belnc lierformed by .lonn Ciiln under contract, ana mu m" tv,n, lM.lnv nnllv ngeuient Is well jdeascd with tho de- Mnye tMWvf( tf)T WBtcr 1n this terminations maio ami mc p"-k"" rj,y n un,iCf j.rosectitrnn, by tho of the worK, I'retcott Water Users' association, on Carleton nnd Alarcon streets, near tho city reservoir. A churn drill Is In operation nnd when work ended last night tho bore had reached n deitth of 35 feet. The formation encountered Is n cement. Tho plant wns started Tuesday afternoon, but ad Justments went necessary nn.l the first day's servlco was limited Jn renchlng depth. Tho bit Is of n dia meter of seven nnd n half Inches nnd is of standard make. The purpose Is to go U a depth of 100 feet, and from this tlmo on the work will pro uress moro systematically nnd rapid ly. H. K. Arinitno, directing tho work, stntlng yeslcdny that tho. depth contracted for should bo accomplish ed In a comparatively short time. Tho movement Is attracting consid- erablo Interest, and many visitors were noticeable during the day to follow the progress of the explore tlon. . JournaMllner-HIgh claaa job work tiio Mason family moved to another j, t., Finnic appropriate water and part of the northwest, leaving Oswald jncntCs C reservoir sites In northern his child, u teacher and two mining portion of cpnnty. prospectors behind. The Mason fain- Carl Zlttel locntes I mlnn, Illack ily lias four cnildre'n. Four children T0ck district. of school age are needed to tnke j.,,,,), nBarr ' file nffldnvlt nf their places nt once, elso the -school nuosiment vjork on 4 mints, Copper district will bo abolished. jjn,n district. . . Tho trustees arc In n quandary. p, M. Murphy nnd wife lo Addle Thoy have sent nut scouts to find a jtnno W. deed. Lot 1, blk. 3, Mur cnpnblo woman with sufficient fain- y),yt flth Sub, Prescott. ily to mako up the roll coll, but no cpt. , 1011 far nono hns qunlfffeil. They now t,,tr,i States to Dcnvfr-Arlroni nppenr ready to crowd youth and (j),) Mining Co, Filial receipt. Knth benilty nnd even n certain amount of L,rfnPi Mnraarct. Orontlcy, Denver offlclcncy Inlo tho background In ail cjcrmnnle, Chester mines, Weaver effort to perpctnnle tho district I HtrSct. srhool. Unltetl States to Win, H. Johijsou Potent. NA of HW, Sec. 35, HVj rAMOUS VESSELS . of BF.i gee. 2(1, 18 N., H W. ARE NOT TOR SALE w ,L Alnsworth to W. 8, John WASHINHTON. I). C. Bent. 0. - sou W. dceil. YWt of NKW, Hee, 20 ii Him iiiiiiiiilvocsllv denied today HV See. SI. IS N., 0 W, by the navy departent that tho Unit- J- W. Hobbs tt nl. to Ver.lo Valley ed Htntes rontemplnted selling nny Oil Co.-M. died. 8 oil elnlins, Verde of Its warship to Turkey. Hurh nc- Valley district. tlon would not lihely b undertaken Mnrltia M una Jinrry u imiuwin wlthou tho consent "f congress. 15s- to C. K. Loux W. deed. Lot 17, blk. peclnlly thl truo In connection with C, Prescott. tho, cruiser Olympln, Dakota, v. r.. immx nti.i wire to Aiigunn ltnl'lgh, Ilrooklyn nnd nrntogn, hl- I'rlncc-W. deed, Same property, torlnl relies of tho flpsnlsh war, Kdward Wlngflcld to W. 0. Do- whlch tho Jlerlln Tngcblntt yesterday Voro nnd L. V, Hlenr.by--Lens. 5 reK)rtcd the Turkish government pro- years. NWVi of Nmvi, Hcc, in, la posed buying. N., K-, for oil purpose. The Olympln wn Admiral Dewey's James 11. Wlngflcld, Jr. lo same flagship during thc battle of Manila partiesLease. W"j of NWVi. bay. The Itnlelgh also participated 22, N of 8WW, five. 22, NBVi of In thnt engagement and tho Ilrooklyn NIJV4, Hcc. 21, 13 N., 5 K., for oil wns (Ilear Admiral 8chley's flagship purposes. 'at Hantlairo. Tho Barntoira. former- John I. Mnrkibury to snmu parties ly the New York, was tho flagship Lease. Lota, 0 nnd 0 and HV Yi Of of Hear Admiral Hampton. BVtf, Hce. 24, NT-'4 ' of NW, and crs-Lcnse. 8tf, NW'4, 3Ui of NK ',, 8cc. 30, 14 N., 4 E. United Htates to Jnmes I), teller Kecclpt. Lots 2 nnd 3, 8 KM ot NWi NBAft of HWV4, fice. 31, 14 N;fl K. 8ept. 8, 1011 Certificates of exemption Issued by Jerome Volunteer Fire Dept. to J. Vf Connolly, 7". H. Lane, Geo. II, Avery aad A, J. Humbert. i iJ. II. Cros nnd J. D. Murphy o- ciite 2 mine, Hnssayampa district. Mack Ilowinnn files preemption lo srttioi ,011 100 ncres, 12 miles west oC Hillside stntlon. Albert 1. Kellogg to It, K. Kstn- brook W. deed. 30.70 ncres of land. L. K, . Folds to Patrick .1. McKvoy Kill of inle, lltilldlngs nnd Nt provemcnts on HVj of NWVi nnd NVu of 8WM, 14 N., 2 W. ., Patrick J. McKvoy to Geo. .11. Matv tliiHill of sale, some property, , Minnie Wager to Dominick Hand retto Lease. N. 32 ft. of lot 1, blk. 2, d'rescott. Katie A..Cughran to T. .T.Arnold W. deed. H'4 'of NKVi, c IP, 8W"i of NWVi and NWVi and BWVi; Hec. 20, 14 N., 4 W., and water. J. II. Cross locate mlllsltc and water right In ('took Canyon, YAVArAJ METALS BUYS LARQE HOIST (From Hunday's Dally.) It. II. Htanilnnd, of the Yuvnpjil Metal Mining company, while In tho city yesterday stated that n largo new hoist and other machinery Is to bo placed on tho property ut (nice, tho capacity of thu whim being reached. The new equipment is en route nnd when lu position thc main shaft will be continued down to in definite depth. JIo give n good re port of tho showing in tho deeper working, which continues to carry very high grade copper ores, running; to CO per Cent. Hhlpmcntt are brlnti made to the smelter at Humboldt and the company ) in a good finan cial condition, paying for develop ment and Improvement, with a heal thy surplus In the trrnsury. It In one of the roinarnblu new mining enterprise of tho . county, being is profitable producer from the graw root, whilo tho oro bodies contain very high value In the red metal, i -f l . J4I -M (kaasstMiassVr'