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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1917.
PAGE FIVB ARNING WAR GAME dept. willhamjviond and society attendsii ic ctdcm iniKRIKINF NOT USE OLD T.C.DODGEARE I DANCE AT BLUE 10 0 rouuuo DUOIHtOO ft. WHIPPLE GUILTY BELL MINE Embryo Officers Are Given A Three- Day Stretch Of Real Trench Life At Camp Stanley. (By Lyle Abbott) t losses. CAM I STANLEY, Oct. 25. Busi- 8. The ness certainly picked up tor the stu dent officers in this camp during the week just nassed. The powers that retreat. After having suc cessfully withstood a counter-attack, the attackers would again turn and face toward their own trenches. The he had ordained a three-day stretch .next battalion would then come over of trench life, in which "actual battle : the top and drive them rear-ward conditions on the Western front"' were ! through the trenches. It would then to be simulated. They had not fore- I be the turn of the companv to make seen the Texas "norther" that camt 'an unsuccessful counter-attack. Fol- blowing down out of Kansas or Can-lowing this move, they would circle ada, bringing with it sonic of the cold-(the entire trench zone and return to est weather experienced hereabout for many a day. Drive after drive was made on the enemy trenches during the three days. i lie students had been divided as to their original position? By the use of this system, the in structors were able to rush the men through the course three or four times a dav, giving everyone an op the locality from which they came ! portunity of practicing in the various those trom the 1 tl divisional area steps leading up to a complete trench occupying one set of trendies and 'attack. It was like practice in for- thosc from the 15th being in the op- illations for a football game. Each posing system. As a result, the rivalry! individual had his assigned place in was keen. the unit, and each was supposed to The method of instruction was use every bit of strength and ingenu soiucthing like this: The company ! ity possible, without overreaching the commanders took over their trenches, j limits of his objective. In other giving the firing line to one company words, the smoothest of teamwork one diy and to another, the next, was desired. Succeeding companies occupied the I Xo wcakligS remained in ranks support trenches ana reserve aftrr fi. .1.... r .i.:s rar,;rn As the companies in the ; Vcrv fcu. dropped out .however. The trenches. iront line irenciics swept over uic top ,vork of tjIC ,,ast t;ght wccks j,as in attack, those 111 rear moved up a hardened the bodies and minds of the notcn. .s cacu iKWtaiion look posses-, I1ICt and whik. tllcv grunlble at tin sion 01 its new lines it went through hartl work of double-timing around the exact procedure habitually follow-j w;th 0 pounds of pack and rifle, they cd by the armies of Europe. havc acmlircU ti,c downright stub- Liciitcnant Kazin detailed from the . bornncss to sec the game through, l-rench armies to act as instructor I - , here in trench warfare, organized! V l!le companies chancing what arc known as the attack units. I i,?. 1,0 ,n ,c. trenches, s cpt there. These are made up of sections (half , 1 ,,osc. h.c. 1,1 , , reserve, slept in the companies) each employing beside thc ' ',cn fi',,is ''ack of lhc trenches It rifle and bavonct men, infantrv train-was N, ,n3" I,a! mor.e l,,an cd in some specialized branch of! one blanket. The mosquitoes became l.rr,;nr Knr filling n rnnimni' - . lilllll ll.ll mil l.ullli:illHllullS. trench war now contains automatic riflemen, employing the famous Lewis j ground was hard and far from ac commodating. The men were tired V , 1 r , !,-,.. , ..u,. .,.,.1 ,:(1 , isiccpy anu mcrcuiuiy uiriy ana adicrs. Attached to the attack unit 1 sweaty. They had their meals out of arc men whose onlv dutv is to follow !lllc,r '"css k,ts fron,1 tncficld kitch thc "waves" of fighters' and cons'oli- j cns- nc, or t o lianjlfitls of soil date the positions taken. This means, I ",ore or less in the- slum didn t to fortify a captured trench system "'alter, however. Hunger blinded against counter-attack coming from I l!,cm t0 !hcse 'regularities and fa the original rear. To "turn the trench j '- rendered them oblivious to the around," the workmen dig fire step- co1' and the hardness of the ground and looi.holes nointinnr to the rcar.l Nor were they permitted to gain a build barricades in communicating 'real night s rest. Sentries had to be trenches and establish bomb and 1 Vostal Patrols into no mans lanu snli'ntor nrnnf flint w ill nrntrrt flif ! had tO !) SCIlt Ollt. Xlgllt attaCKS .,n,rl-c tii-v ;,, ,ir Wr,.!wcrc to be resisted. The various defenders against the Hun counters. ;s,ceP filing duties were assigned b For the purposes of instruction, the j roster, so that each man bore hi cimimic imn. ilw. .:.-. ' share. Much of the work of detail U.1 chn.-Mc fi.mci,-oc nri-.rlii. and rosters was done by the student! -,f ti,. -r rt-,;., themselves, acting as platoon and perform, and told that they must" squad leaders. make the dirt fly. as the hvpotheti-1 Uiscointorts in trench hie were cal" counter-attack would begin ir.ipurposcly exaggerated. The object but very few minutes. iwas not only to toughen the men bit Taken in order, the progress of a , to ferret out those whose ovcr-devel company through the course of in-, oped love of case would make them struction in trench war consisted of unlit to endure the actualities 01 com the following steps: (hat. Instructors were frank to say 1. The hike to the trench zone 1111- that the men bore up splendidly un der "full pack.' 'dcr the physical and mental strains. 2. The taking over of sectors by the The men who remain in camp are the members ot the various organization, j pick of the horde that was taken ir and the establishment .of battalion, 'and uniformed late in August. The; company and platoon headquarters arc with very few exceptions, equip and the assignment of troops to cachped with the makings of officers, trench or each firing liav in the front The last half of the week, follow- trenches. ling the trench work was devoted to 3. The instruction in assault for-, disciplining drills, such as are alway illations. i necessary in Europe to bring the men 4. "Ovcr the top." At "zero time," , back to a proper condition after a the minute the barrage fire was sup- i period in the cramped quarters of the posed to be lifted, men armed with ditches. At the same time, there was signal flags formed a row across the a noticeable change in the attitude of front of the enemy trenches. Thirty , the officers. Where they had ground seconds later, they retreated straight the men down with frequent "bawl to the rear KX1 yards, signifying that ings out" before, they now displayed our shell fire had been shoved 100, a-keen desire to teach. Mistakes oil vards farther jnto the enemy trenches ' the part of students were corrected t that moment, the attacking troops ; sometimes even kindly. We lake it left their trenches, double-timed 'that the weeding-out process has been through gaps cut in the barbed wire finished, and, with what they have and "formed tip." The companies ' left, the instructors are now aiming lined up with the men of t'le various . to mold leaders of men. Discipline branches in their proper places, the remains strict, however. If anything, commander would signal "Forward" the chalk-line must be walked with and the unit would stait its brisk even more care than before, march across no-man's land. The Courses such as student officers commander would watch the position have been receiving will be duplicated of the barrage. He would move his for the drafted armies. There will be troops as the barrage moved, keep- ( rigorous training for the soldiers both ing the men just close enough hehind 1 here and across the water, before the point where the line of shells was ', they take over sectors in the Western supposed to be falling to give them j front. Uncle Sam must have bun protection against the Hun bullets, idrctls of thousands of specialist fight In actual practice, the attackers tig- ers before he can make the weight ol nre on a 5 ikt cent loss of men from his hand felt in the battle royal of the the effects of their own barrage lire. ! nations. 5- The actual attack. Arrived on' "" " the lip of the trenches, the attackers , FREAK CREATURE split up: men in the first wac would i FROM RANGE OF YAVAP.' go on across penetrating to the en-' emy's third line or reserve trenches. I The second wave would follow the j first. ".Mopping up parties" would drop inio the communication trench-j -s and clear thcin of Germans. The ! fourth line of attackers usually oc cupied the support or second line PI I O EX IX, Oct. 27- Whipple Bar racks, at Prcscott, arc not needed by the war department as a site for a convalescent hospital for sick and wounded members of the army and navy, according to information just received by Governor Campbell from the adjutant general at Washington. The fact that this splendid plant was lying idle led Governor Campbell in the name of the State, to offer it to the government, suggesting that it would make a fine site for a hospital. The army medical officers to whom the offer was referred agree that cli matically Whipple Barracks would be an ideal site for a convalescent hos pital, but declare that geographically it is unstiited for the purpose. The letter from the adjutant general is as follows: War Department. Adjutant General's Office, Washington. October 20, 1917. Hon. Thomas E. Campbell, Governor of Arizona, Phoenix, Arietta: Referring to your letter of Septem ber 24, 1917, suggesting that Whipple Barracks, at Prcscott, Arizona, would be a splendid site for a convalescent headquarters for sick and wounded members of the army and navy, the secretary of war desires me to inform you that the local military authorities to whom this matter was referred, re port as follows: "Taking into consideration th needs of the regular troops in the Southern department and the troop at 1 he camps of national guard an National army divisions within th territorial limits of the Southern dc partinent, there is in my opinion necessity for a convalescent hospital. The camps arc amply provided with hospital facilities and climatically arc suited for convalescence both in Sum mer and Winter. . Should an uncx pectcel amount of sickness occur with long convalescence, making a special hospital necessary, Whipple Barrack would geographically be unsuitcd for the transfer of patients from the larg cr camps in the Southern department " s a special sanitarium for chron? respiratory diseases and tubcrculosi: iu particular among the disabled rc turned in the future from Europe, th situation of Whipple Barracks seem ideal as to the climate, but gcograph ically too remote from the Atlanti seaboard. Should another sanitarium of this nature be needed in addition to Fort Bayard, it would seem to be the part of economy to establish it in the Eastern United States, for in stance 111 the Adirondacks or the mountains of N'orth Carolina. The value of the improvements at Whipple Barracks would in inv opinion he more than compensated for by the saving in transportation and supplier made by having this possible sccoiit' sanitarium in the Eastern Unitct! State." Very trulv vonrs, W. E. COLE, Adjutant General (From Tuesday's Daily.) Word was received yesterday that the State Supreme court had affirmed the decision of the Yavapai Superior court in the matter of the conviction of T. C. Dodge and Attorney A. L. Hammond, of this city, both of the defendants having been convicted about two years ago on charges of vi olating the provisions of the dry amendment. At the time the men were convicted in the lower court, each was fined $100 and given 90 days in the county jail, the latter part of the sentence having been suspended by Judge Smith. The offense of which Hammond and Dodge were convicted, was com mitted shortly after the State went (From Tuesday's Daily.) Prescott society, as well as that of the surrounding country, turned out cn masse on Saturday night, when Mr. and Mrs. II. V. DcCamp enter tained with a Halowecn dance at the Blue Bell mine. A score of cars left Prcscott about 6 o'clock and were joined by others from Humboldt, Mhycr, Chaparral and Stoddard, and at 9 o'clock the grand inarch, led by Governor and Mrs. Thomas E. Camp bell, opened one of the most success ful parties ever given in this county. The new boarding house was ablaze with light, while black cats, witches and jack-o-Iantcrns furnished attrac tive decorations. The punch bowl proved a very popular spot for the HAS GOOD WORD FOR RECENT N. A. FAIR trenches. 6 Consolidation. Sweating from their run and the exertion of poking (From Sunday's Daily) An animal freak is being rhihUcd for a few days at Dr. C. Y. Pardee's stables in this city. It i a little An gora buck kid with double hind feet. Each of the toes is suspended from the double hocks that set on the ground as if its condition was not abnormal. It also has double dew- (Frcm Sunday's Daily.) Tucson Citizen: According to scv cral members of the faculty of the University of Arizona, who have re- turned from Prescott. where thc acted as judges of various exhibits at the .Northern Arizona lair, the fair this year, was the best ever, even in spite of the war handicap under which the officials had to work. The mineral, educational and horti cultural exhibits deserve particular mention, the mineral exhibit being exceptionally line. In this .depart meiit, the Stale bureau of mines was represented by George R. Fausett, who acted as judge of this exhibit. Mr. Fansett, who is rock analyst of the Stale bureau of mines, also gavi a lecture and demonstration each da on the '"Indeutilication and Testing ror the Common Minerals,' which were largely attended. At these lec tures a noticeable proportion of tin audiences were stockmen, who are be--puiing much interested in this work, since many of them are beginning t. realize the opportunity for finding mineral, which their business offers, providing they can identify it, when they sec it. TO EXPLAIN TAX LAW the enemy out with the bayonet, the l I claw made showing that nature Miidents would seize their' intrench- j Sood job in Us queer antics, and gave ing tools and begin the work of re-;' ,,,,s ,,r"lc :'H the power and forming the trenches. Thev would ability of a normal birth to pursue its thru stand by for tlie- ine'anderings. This creature comes ! 7. Counter-attack. Tins was hand-1 from the Cooper flocks in the Wil- 1 d by the men who had just been j lianison valley country, and is highly r'lasoel 0111 01 me trendies. WASH1XGTOX. Oct. 26. Secre tary McAiloo is planning the estab lishment of an excess profits advisory board to aid in construing and apply ing the provisions of the excess pro fits provisions of the war revenue law. The duties of the board will include a campaign of education among the people to acquaint them with the new taxes, and instruct them how and when to pay them. SHIPPING INCREASES dry. It seems that Dodge had pur-dancers, and at midnight the guests chased from the brewing company j were invited into the dining hall which formerly operated in this city, where covers were laid for an clabor scveral thousand cases of beer, thejate supper. Here, orange and black liquor being stored in a vacant room confetti streamers were thrown, tuak in. the Rcif block ,hc owner of the ; ing a most attractive scene, while big supply of be.ngc announced to i singing proved a pleasant eliversiori the public that they had devised a i between courses. The guests depart manncr in which the prohibition stat-icd in the wee sma' hours, voting Mr. utcs could be evaded and that the and Mrs. DcCanin roval cntaincrs. citizens whose tastes ran to the dircc-1 Those who participated in this joy- hum ui ue-i-i, tumu icunt an iiiiuiii- ous auair were: uovernor and .Mrs. itcd supply of their favorite brew. Thomas E. Campbell: Messrs. and I he plan was to issue the prospective , Mcsdamcs G. M. Colvocorcsscs, O, customer a bill of sale for a case orjjansscn, II. Corwin. 1". 1". Freeman, G. iwo 01 me uccr. 1 lie man worked I Art hur. H. Scott. A . Ho nnr II lli-n. well ifor a few days ,and then the offi-1 man. T. S. Smith. Dr. Charvorez. M ccrs raided tne place and arrested the i Hcfferman, Tom Xolan. Win. George, proprietor, who was ciomg a land ' IJ. I'cdcrson. Rocca. .Murdock. Gar- office business. The men were con-! her. Ford. Axford. Sam Chanev. L ictcdMn the Superior court and the 1 Wilson. G. IL Meanv. Richard Lam- sale of the beer was stopped by the; son, Divid Russell. Chad. Uindcrcr, court's order. Some of the brew was j Allan Patterson, E. A. Kastncr. E. J. snipped out ot the state under the 1 Mitchell. H. II. Linney, M. V. Wat- provisions of the regulations which son, LeRoy Anderson, James Colc- pcrnnttcu tnc Doozc to he sent out, man, I C. Derrick. Homer King, but the major portion of the bigjChas. Dunning, Jack Jones; Misses siock 01 wet goons which tnc enter. lAlmira Luebke. Alice Adams. Vcrlc prising beer merchant had laid in Beaver, Dorothy Drake, Margaret against the coming of the dry spell. 'dc Garmo, James Maryfrank Gard- wa uuuwcii 10 su arouna until 11 ,,cr, Gladys I-ox. Juamta Morrison, spoiled, thus adding more financial .Mary Coleman, Ruth Dutro, Esther grief to the proprietor of the beer ' Castonguay, Helen Bowers: Messrs. ,,aJ'- , , iGail Gardner. H. Berry, M. Davis, itoui. 01 me ucicnaanis appealed Dr. Richardson, S. Swartz. M. Phelps, incir cases, contcnaing that then i R. Brousscau, D. Andcrwcisc, Elwood scueine um not violate any ot tnc dry : Smith. Lloyd Gilbert, II. Schmidt, A. laws which were then effective, but ! Schmidt, C. Dcninan, Dave Finney, the higher court, apparently did not I Connell, O. Tucker, V. Power, ueneve very strongly 111 the theory , l. Hcwett, X. Fowler, Allan and upon wnicn the Dtisincss was conduct-1 Brodic Campbell. v cd, and affirmed the judgment of the ' lower co:irt. Hammond had nothing REGULATIONS STRICT to do with 4lhc sale of the beer, his AT CAMP FUNSTON part consisting in the dratting ot the bills of sale and acting as attorney for Dodge. Power Company Loses Suit. Another case in which the findinirs of the Yavapai Superior court wcrt iphcld by the State tribunal was that of the State of Arizona vs. The Ari zona Power Company, the case hav ing been tried by Judge Smith six or eight months ago. resulting in a ver dict in favor of the State. I he power companv had beer. charged with violating the provisions ot the law which make it the duty ol an employer t6 pay off any workman at the time the latter is discharged foin the services of the employer. A workman had comnlaincd that he had been "fired" by the defendant com- NSTRUCTIONS GIVEN ANENT HOMES N ill ARY SERVICE General Land Office, Washington, D. C. Rights of Widow. 5. If the soldier dies while actually engaged in tnc military or naval scr- Rfricrtrc -1 ,il PiM:,.n. T T. . 1 . . . r .l. Tr.:...t c.-.- ,- m v. v wiki.9v 1113 W IUUW, if unmarried, may at once submit proof on his entry, if one has been made: if there is no widow-, or she has remarried, his minor children may, CAMP FUXSTOX, Ka Oct. 23. In eirdcr to regulate the ever increas ing motor car traffic at Camp Fun- ston, the .following regulations have been issued: Xo jitneys will be allowed in the camp to take on or discharge passen gers at any time, day or night. Jitneys can load anil unload their passengers at the big gates at Thrcc-n-:lr c--u. on the west and at the gate st Ar'iy City on the cast. Xo automobiles will be allowed tin the grounds off the Golden Belt road without a pass. If repairs arc being made on the Land Offices: Sirs: The act of July 28, 1917, (Pub lic, Xo. 32), provides: "That anv si1i- imnn ...,t.i: j ...... hjiwij tilt. IJMllll. , ,. . . - - lands of the United States or any ' ' g r ?t , 1 ' ,hUS Smit entryman whose applica ion has Veen' tIlCff r-i 'f ,,C ,eavfs,no dfY; allowed, or any person who has made r ' "kiT has.fren,arr'cd' f a application for public lands whkh:f,,US-cI',,,Ir,C,n- 'f anyf tl,CrC .be' a,rc thereafter may be allowed under h" , "IT". f"- Pf "ia' Y SI?" homestead laws, who, after such set-' 2! 1 " .5'" 8CnC'? tlemcn. entry, or application, enlists densces. as the rs may be. or is actually engaged in the military I In ,nc cve"t the soldier had not or naval service of the United States , madc. entry for the last claimed, then as a private soldier, officer, seaman, ! tIlc n5ht to ",akc cntry therefor ana marine, national guardsman, or mem- i submit proof accrues to the parties in ber of any other organization for of-' Seated at once or as soon as the land fensc or defense authorized by con-1 bcconles sul'j"cct to cntry. In such grcss during anv war in which the fr001 lf Wll,bc necessary only to United States may be encatrcd. shall ! Provc tnc identity of the entryman, in the administration of the home-1 sctt'"", or applicant with the soldier; stead laws, havc his services therein ,Ilat I,c d.tcd wh,,c actually engaged in construed to be ceuiivalcnt to all in-thc scrvicc, and that the person or tents and purposes to residence and 1 Persons submitting proof bear to him cultivation for the same length of onc of the relations mentioned. When time upon the tract entered or settled ! thc c,a,nl !S oasCtl on settlement only. upon: and hereafter no contest shall . u,e ,acts wlt" respect thereto must be be initiated on thc ground of aban-i ,,own: otherwise thc manner and elonmcnt, nor allegation of abandon- j "'ethod of submitting final proof will mcnt sustained against any such sct-!fo,,ow t,lc "s,,al practice, tier, entryman. or person unless it 6. Neither this act nor any other shall be alleged in thc preliminary af-' legislation contains a provision by fidavit or- affidavits of contest and : which a person who initiates a home proved at the hearing in cases herein-' stead claim, by filing application or by after initiated that the alleged ab-1 making scttlcme'nt on public land, sence from the land was not due to ; after entering thc army, navy or ma his employment in such military or ', rinc corps, or other organization in naval scrvicc; that if lie shall be di's-'thc present war, may obtain credit in charged on account of wounds re- connection therewith on account of ceived or disability incurred in the his scrvicc. line of duty, then thc term of his cn- 7. Xo application hereafter filed to hstmcnt shall be deducted from thc,COntcst a homestead cntry on the required length of residence, without ; ground of abandonment will be al rcfcrencc to the tunc of actual scr- lowed bv vou unless there is an nllc- vicc: Provided, that no patent shall , gation therein that the cntryman's al issuc to any homestead settler whoiCBCd absence from thc land was not has not resided upon, improved, and due to his employment in the army cultivated Ins homestead for a period , navv or marine corns, or other orirani. of at least onc year. zation described in thc act. Xo allc- Sec Z That any settler upon the 1 ration of almndnnmont -;il he ptibhc lands of thc Lmtcd States, or ta;ncd against a homestead settler m any entryman whose application has connection with a contest initiated been allowed, or any person who has aftcr Anr;i fi. lgt'unless it has born made application for public lands ; proVed at the hearing, if onc be had, which thereafter may be allowed un- that thc cntryman's alleged absence dcr thc homestead laws, who dies ' from lhc ia,,d was not due to his cm whilc actually engaged in the military lT,lm-jnrnt in militarv or naval srrvic-e or naval service of thc United States, Jas indicated. as a private soldier, officer, seaman, Notice to Land Department of marine, national guardsman, or men,. ; Entering Military Service. bcr of any other organization for of-1 & Whi,c ,aw t,s ccts 1 - - 1 1 . 1 , tryincn engaged in the military scr- Unit his . Vc. 1 -1 .1 ''cc from contests against their en ded States may be engaged, then tr;cs jn , d f abandonmcnl widow, if unmarried or in case of d . . obligatory upon them to Golden Belt road the miards will di lu auu M.ui not uecn naid 111 IUII aitvprt r.ir In ninc ntlirr rni.I tn tnc time ot the discharge, lhc com-'Ogdcn, lumiu giuiiy 01 me cuargc ; Xo civilian will be allowed on thc grounds of the ;amp aftcr 5:30 p. m, All civiliu:: employes at thc camp including clerks, newsboys, conccs sion men and drivers of delivery wagons, must wear a khaki colored uniform, civilian cut and carry a pass. Large gates have been placed across the road at Thrce-inilc creek and the cntrat.ee to thc Golden Belt road at Armv City. These will be closed at 5:30 o'clock each evening and opened only by the guards. BINGHAMTON IN RICH ORE AT 600 LEVEL states that Ins urescnt " : : .. . whereabouts is unknown. The plain-! (from 5undays Daily) tiff asks that her maiden name of Some of the specimens of the high- oodard be restored to her. grade copper ore recently encounter- Peprec Granted. .cd in the Arizona-Bitighamtoii, were juuge oimiii yesterday cvenina -i,:t.:...,i : ir-ci ...... ,,i,.. ti,. n V I"'0'""! I"5- !?r""iiorr being unusually rich and coming Brown, Hie decree having been issued r ., , . , upon the representation of the IudyKrom " "cw workings on the 600 that her husband had descrtcil her ! ',,Mt ,cvcl- rl'1' company now has two without provocation. The Browns' ore shoots on the 600, about 31)0 feet were residents of Jerome. I apart, one of which is IS feet in Felony Charges. 1 width and the other being alreadv James B. Powell and Gcorirc F. Hottiugcr, the two men who were' i10', .nnnP7i , 1 ,,: preferred against it, and later appcal cd thc case to the Supreme court of this State. The decision of yestcrdav ivill make it ncccssarv for the com pany to pay the S100 fine which was assessed against it by the lower court. Wants a Divorce. Mrs. Echo West yestcrdav filed suit asking for a divorce from Alfred West, to whom she was married Oc tober 8, 1916. The coinnlaint sets forth the fact that thc honevmoon period of the newlywcds was com paratively short-lived, as they agreed ! to separate on the loth of the saint ihonth. The groom is accused of de serting the bride on this date, and the complaint ome time ago arrested on a charge t altering a Santa I-e railroad pass, ere yesterday arraigned in court on felony charges, and will again appear elore Judge Smith tins morning and liter their pleas. The men arc of thc big shoot recently cucouutercd in the raise from the 600 to the 500 level, the shoot being something like -15 feet in width at the point at which it was cut. The rock from the 18-foot charged with two one-uses, one of , hoot assays about 8 per cent copper, which is changing the date 011 a passion,. ,lt. orc ;,, tlc 23-foot shoot will ti-iiti-i, iini I....... ........I ...... ..r i ' go nearly 9 per cent in the red metal. Grosscuttiiig is .still going. on in the 23-foot shoot. The strike of the high- Inch had been issued one of the uen, and the other charge that ol adding the words, "and wife" after the name of the recipient of the nass. two persons thereby being able to ride 011 1 grade ore at the depth of 61 X) feet ticket which was original v issued 1 regarded as bciim remarkable, and the or but onc. officials of the organization arc natiir- isUlt Un ACCOUnt. allv nihil. t nvrr llw rlrli finil somi. advise the land department as to their reasons for leaving their claims, it is advisable that each shall notify thc local United States land office of thc facts in that regard. 9. The entryman, if desirous of submitting proof, may give his own testimony before any officer authoriz ed to admhmtcr oaths and having an official seal at thc place where he is then stationed, but the testimony of the witness must be taken within the proper county or land district and her death or marriage, his minor or phan children, or his or their legal representatives, may proceed forth with to make final proof upon such cntry or application thereafter allow ed, and shall be entitled to receive government patent for such land; and that the death of such soldier while so engaged in the scrvicc of thc Unit ed States vshall, in the administration of the homestead laws, be construed to be equivalent to a performance of all requirements as to residence and f-nltivntinn lmnn ciirh liomrstmd-" 2. The present war ticgan, as to the ' publication and posting of notice must United States, April 6, 1917. Tlieil'c duly made. It is not obligatory special privileges given bv the act ! "pon the homesteader thus to submit accrue, as to each homestead claim- i"w. i-s .-" ant, on that date if he was already in la"" for its submission be about to ex the United States service: otherwise , pirc: he will be allowed a reasonable from the time, aftcr that date, when time after his discharge for that pur he enlisted or shall enlist in the ' pose.' . United States armv. navy, or marine, Settler On Unsurveyed Land- corps, or when, as a member of any. Notice of Enlistment. other organization for offense or dc-, 10. Following the practice under fensc authorized by congress, he was the provisions of thc 'act of July .... . ... . wit: tin Cit tA1 i;i1iFtfl nir. or shall De mustered into or cngagcci iviu (. "j in the military or naval service of the 'son who in good faith makes scttlc- Uniled States. The benefits of the : mcnt upon and improves unsurveyed. act do not extend to any persons not unreserved. unappropriated public engaged in the service for offense or laud o the L intcd states witn intcn- defense as set forth therein. In these lion 'O enter u turner me- uui iii9ie. instructions the word "soldier" will be laws aftcr survey thereof, who has used to indicate any person coming, plainly marked on the ground the cx within the purview of the act. terior boundaries of the tract claimed 3. Thc benefits of the act arc con-1 by him, and who, as a soldier, bc fcrrcd upon a person who, before go- comes entitled to the benefits of the ing into thc service, nan actually act ui juij "- - made a homestead entry, had effected local United States land office a no- and maintained a valid settlement up- tice of his enlistment and that he on a tract properly subject to cntry claims the benefits of that act. A bv him. or had filled an allowable ap- ' tract ts regarded a unstirvcjed v. im plication for the land. This last m-Jin the meaning ot the tiomcstcau laws eludes onc who had filed a petition until a survey has been accepted anu designation under the enlarged , the plat thcrcot hied. homestead act or the stock-raising! 1 1. 011 will give the current serial lomestead law. accompanied bv an numbers to such notices, make tiuc application to enter, provided his cn-i record of them on your serial number trv be allowed pursuant to a designa-, registers, with a plain notation at the thin made while the war lasts, and top of the page that no entry has credit will be given for the service of j been made, and w ill forw ard the no such soldier had after the date of the tices with your monthly returns, ion 11 also make note ot such papers on your tract books where the descrip- WASIIIXGTOX. Oct. 26. One . I prized, having been sired by a regis-' million Ions of shipping will be It is as gentle as a kitten, 1 launched before March 1, 1918. bv the c, 1 .. Ill, ..11 -,.,.t 1...... f..-. 1.: 1 1 c .1. 1 1 m . ... . ! ,m.. mi nun mi niui uvfl 1114 uim tiliiij; (.iiiini .iftti- rl 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 MU.trU. Ill rhasoil out of the trenches. Th would attack trom the rear, using j trrrd buck. i.iniiations suggested nv llie uature " U I, JIV I4'lll. IU- .... 1-1 I 1 . . 1, , ..I M , . .... 1 1- , f .. counter-attack would be unsuccessful " "KC ,1UB- " e cm ..me. re.u est., lusument 01 the new .Mncr hc first time, in order to gie the!loca"-v for ,Iu rc,i ol the week and ' ican merchant marine w ill come chicf i ,1 rjiii'rg it tin median.. 01 r, -'hfr. taken to the St.itc f.nr at Phoe- 1.' f.o." the iurriraii. British. French . .. , , . ..... ..... .1. I. 1.. I x ..... .r iiiDi; sliittlired lines ard pulling!"' i vniy luiir ami oruegian snips nt.w imilding in out of the fiyht without too many months old. I this country's yards. ivichard U- haxtcr ycstl-rday enter- of the picked samples taken from the d suit against the American Molyb-I .. ... lentini Company, asking a iiiduinent ' v lvorkll,s as '"B" a" 2' l for the Mini of ?207, alleging that this!"'"1 cl'I'cr- amount is due him for material and) Judge L. W. Wells, of Prcscott, was lumber which he furnished the de-1 among the recent visitors at the fendaul company for use in the con-j Bingh.imton, and is authority for Hit struction of a mill. The plaintiff is aJ statement that operations at' this big resident of W irkeuburg and the tle-jpianl ari. ,.; , aIlca,, whI, ., os. fendaul lompany has its mam olhces Ljjc MK-Cd at Phoenix, the mine being situated ! , in this coimtv. MARRIAGE LICENSE (From Tuesday's Daily.) The clerk of the Superior court strrda issued a marriage license tr. ViNon K. Johnson and Miss LHc M. Love, both of aapai comity. I FINDS PEARL IN FISH ' CAR.MEL. X. V.. Oct. 27. Howard Quiuiby, of N'orth Salem, reports that .while fishing in Kensico lake he caught a perch. In its s 'found a pearl winch a icweler rsti lion of the land is given therein by section, township, range, and legal subdivisions. 12. These instructions do not su persede those of September 27, 1916 mated to be worth ?I50. says he will keep the pearl. designation. The act docs not protect any entry from cancellation on ac count of defaults of thc homesteader occurring before he went into the service. 4. A soldier is entitled to credit on r.;,lro nm! riittivntimi nrcscrib- o, l.v the homestead law for thc i (Circular 506, 45 I- D.. 4SS), relating time "of his service during the war: to special privileges accorded home but one w hose discharge is on account stead settlers on account of mihtarv of wounds rccehed or disability in- service rendered in connection with etirred in the Fnc of duty is entitled operations in Mexico or along Un to credit ftr thc entire term of his cn- border thereof or in mobilization listiuent, without reference to the i camps elsewhere. tmw i inn , nrlnnl service. However, tue i. -. . homesteader will be required to how( at least one car's residence and ctil-; tivatiou mi connection with his entry,' regardless of the length of his service, ., r ...... i. t t .t:- ar.rof'tWgnds'iudi-. hnr ,? Willard. Bingham Iligh , 11 catc.l During each vear's residence ! school principal, who kuicu a lormer toinach ha ! Ji;cl; ,1C ma )C rcli;;rcd to si,ou-I,c; pupil. Cecil llolmcs. was today ac intit'ri! ' tlii ' M inxnt'is ab .pi.tli ! Il Killed I fonucs ucer"se ui Commissioner. ACQUITTED OF MURDER SALT LAKE CITY. Oct. 27. - r u.. 'stcadcrs. like i'th ' home-' lie ltced the lattir had di Ied his wife Willard pleaded sclf-di fensc.