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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2G, 1917.
PAGE THREE HEAP NOMINATED, FOR MAYOR ON TWO TICKETS DEFEATS H. C. STOREY BY A NARROW MARGIN FOR BOTH THE DEMO CRATIC AND REPUBLI CAN NOMINATIONS. (From Wednesday's Daily.) if not already forwarded lo the comi ty recorder of the county in which the claims in question arc located. Powder Restrictions. Another matter now occasioningt considerable questioning is that with relation to powder regulations or-, dcrcd by the government. The federal bureau of mines has been placed in charge of the carrying out of these regulations. Stale supervisors have been appointed to work with the state defense councils, and these have nam ed deputies. The regulations arc de signed to prevent explosives from fall ing into the hands of enemy aliens or any persons who would be likely to convey them to such, cither inten tionally or through carelessness. Enemy aliens may no: even be trust ed with explosives to carry out work under the immediate direction of per sons who may themselves be eligible flflTAT ISl'JSTAT A RIFT) This school now ranks fourth ' Ml, WHEAT Ntes&ssM ' J Last Spring the school board faced 1 SM SAVING IS LARGE The city primary held yesterday,! t t,le lsc of explosives. Severe pen resulted in the nomination of Harry Heap for mayor on both the Demo cratic and Republican tickets, Mr. Heap having by a narrow margin de feated H. C. Story who was also a candidate. The vote on the Demo cratic ticket stood 86 for Heap and 72 for Story, while the figures on the Republican ballot gave Heap 99 and Story S2. About 25 ballots were found to have been mutilated or im properly marked and were not count ed in the totals. allies of fines and imprisonment arc attached.- The regulations have not been in anywise constructed so as to stop the conduct of development work, except that the latter be in any way under the authority of an enemy alien. PER CAPITA FIRE LOSS OF CITY VERY SMALL (From Wednesday's Daily) Prcscott's per capita fire loss for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1916, T. It. Hicks, the Socialist candi-was exactly 22 cents, acording to a date for mayor, polled 12 votes, as statement issued yesterday by Fire did the remainder of the candidates' Chief Tilton. This is in all probati on that ticket. The other candidates! ity the smallest per capita loss in any THIRTY TONS LESS THESE COMMODITIES WERE USED DURING MONTH OF NOVEMBER IN EATING PLACES. HOW THE ARIZONA CHEF SAVES Commodity Pounds Tons Sugar 13,769 6.S8 Wheat ...... K907 7.45 Meat '31,780 .I5.S9 Total 60,456 of the Socialists were: Councilmcn, Harold McMillcn and C. P. Meyers: assessor, Cora B. Storts. William Myers was given the nom ination for councilman on the Demo cratic ticket by a vote of 166, having had no opposition. A. L. Smith re ceived similar honors on the republi can side of the fence, having no op position and receiving 134 votes. Frank Williams won the democratic nomination for city tax collcctdr and assessor, there being no opponent. incorporated city in the United States for the corresponding period, and is exactly one-half of the per capita loss recorded in Phoenix during the same length of time. The Phoenix loss for the year was $.4418, and was so small! as to lead the residents of the capital city to believe that they held the championship in the matter of fire prevention. According to Mr. Tilton, the fire loss in dollars and cents in Prcscott for the period ending June 30, was I cm -?r.i .i. i -. .. r i i - His vote was 170. F II. Meek re- . 3iui;ic iuss n..nK oecn mat 01 ceived four votes on the republican wiiicn was occa- "M i ...i .i.. t . . ticket for this position, and conse-) "V , r, , S quently will automatically receive tht " , .B ,,",, ?soo the nomination, if he will accept it. The candidacy of Mr. Heap uttcd by flames in May, 1917. When it is realized that the national per I r r- announced in an indirect way several I . ,u" "u'"r weeks ago, but it was not until thc ?2-3'.lt can rcad,1' 5,c sccn hatf p' morning of the primary that his cott Is "m,sualI' fort"atc 'ng friends knew authenticallv that he in- Practically no lircs ot any tended to make the race. In the meantime, Mr. Story, feeling that tht Socialists should not be allowed to walk away with the office of mayor without a struggle, and fearing that there was possibly no other candidate, consented to make the race the latter part of last week. He stated last night that he was appreciative of the support which his friends had given him, and that he was. perfectly satis fied inasmuch as his entering the ring had had the effect of causing another candidate to openly avow himself and get busy in an effort to acquire the nomination. Mr. Story's purpose in getting into the game was far from being a selfish one. and his candidacy was inspired merely by his desire to furnish a little competition for the followers of Socialism. This end hav ing been accomplished, Mr. Story isi -. , i t r . 1 , : sausncd witn ms Drier, inougn none the less strenuous, campaign has brought about the desired result, even though it did not put him in line for the occupancy of the city s most thankless job. Assessment And Powder Laws Are to Follow conse quence. Phoenix, which has recently spent many thousands of dollars in fitting up its central fire station, was natur ally a little chesty when it figured up its fire loss for the year and found that it was about 75 per cent lower than that of the previous twelve months. Phoenix even went so far as to claim to having had the lowest fire loss in the United States, but now that Prcscott is able to show a loss of exactly onc-Iialf that or the capital town, in all probability the mantle of Phoenix' greatness for fire prevention will fall to the mile-high city. VANADIUM MINE PHOENIX, Dec. 19. More than thirty tons of meats, wheat and sugar was the saving effected during the month of November by the hotels and restaurants of Arizona. The fig ures were announced today by M. "I". Gncr, chairman of the hotel and restaurant committee, of the food ad ministration for Arizona. They are based on answers to a questionnaire which was sent out from the head quarters ofj the committee to all cat-1 ing establishments in the State. now nmcli wiieat uiu you save through the observance of wheatlcss day? "How much meat did you save through the observance of meatless day. "How much sugar did you save in compliance witli the suggestion to cut your normal consumption in two?" These were the questions asked the restaurant proprietors following a letter sent out some time ago by the committee asking every establish ment to keep a careful record of the weight of the commodities saved. And while the totals do not represent the amounts now being saved as the the usual difficult v of carinir for the I ! rapul growtli of pupils, which was ! haappily solved by the Consolidated Arizona Smelting Co.. willinulv com ing forward ami providing increased accommodations, two additional rooms being erected and at a rental that was decidedly reasonable. The proposed bond election for a new school building acordinclv is set aside l for the present. Humboldt has a fiiiclr t ttz-t-ti-hvi X vutntiimimi jmuiu uiu u.iri passed i out ot the spliciv. of being classed! in the nr.al rating. teachers arc giving "excellent satisfaction, and ad vanced studies reflect the high train ing of scholars. This public school is to give a cantata on Friday night, this week, assisted by the ladies of the Red Cross society. Good talent is to appear and the event will be the best of the year." Superintendent Miller also stated yesterday that when he assumed charge of the office there were many complaints registered throughout tht count" y, but today few are sending . f. cut...-.. j lit. . Lil.iuil 1 null all! 1" I ,!,, ,.. ,..,i.:., , 1 1l 0i .1.1 i-"-" 1 J .ill. HUlIMll LUH4IU l l-UIU- Mh t . .. ::.,.. .. ,.:i "lull m jiui., mill 1.1111.11.111. jit i: i uiiti, which is pleasing to parents and pupils. The growth of the public school has been marked by increased attendance, and one instance of many is mentioned by the above official who states that when he took over this office there were only seven i. Of C. NAMES Mil ff BOSTON, fW BOARD OF I niikip niir nv nriemi mm mine d i Kmn DIRECTORS OF OFFICERS IS DEFERRED UNTIL NEXT THURSDAY EVEN ING; ORGANIZATION IS IN PROSPEROUS STATE. (From Friday's Daily.) The annual election of the board of directors of the Chamber of Com merce was held last evening, at which time several changes were made in the board and the election of officers deferred until next Thursday evening. Rcports,of the chairmen of the var ious committees were rendered at this time, some of them being read and the others filed for record. Re ports were filed by the committee men in charge of reception and en- tcen. DIWCEEMTED BY COURT TO R. G. HALL' (Fiom Friday's Daily.) "Sunday editor" of one or the larger Every once in a while Yavapai papers would go to his 'morgue", county gets a lot of valuable publicity which is the newspaper man's phrase through the activities of Grace M. ''gy for something akin to a scrap Sparkcs, secretary of the Chamber ! book, and haul out the bean storv. of Commerce, but the latest and per-: dust it off, trim its whiskers and fca haps the most widely read bit of press turc it in the "magazine" section. In agent stuff is the story of the world- j order that the papers might get the famous Vavapai county Aztec bean, , correct version of the bean yarn, Miss which appeared under the name ol Sparkcs recently sent the true facts Miss Sparkcs in last Sunday's issue of to the Los Angeles Tribune, the cir thc Los Angeles Tribune. cumstances of the unearthing of this The story detailed the remarkable' aK.c 0,a gumc being something like discovery of the strange species oftnls: beans in the Montezuma cliff dwell- "About twelve years ago, Sharlot ings in the Verde district of this j M. Hall, formerly state historian for county, and was embellished with a Arizona, while making researches in picture of the ancient abode of tin-1 the prehistoric rmns of the Aztec chft-dwelhngs in the Verde valley, near Camp Verde, found a partially crumbled wall, disclosing an aperture in the rear of one of the chambers. that quite a number of them were on "After excavating and removing the hand at present. Miss Sparkcs gen- partitions, Miss Hall found two crously offered to send a few samples ' mummies, near which were placed of the bean .to any who were intcr-j two ollas (porous Indian jars),, wr ested, and it was through this inno- , cd. In the ollas were found other cent appearing statement that the j vessels, in which beans of cxtraofdi sccrctary has brought copious gobs' nary size and resembling closely in of grief upon herself and her office shape and other characteristics the had been accomplished in the wav of 1 assistants, as every mail from the! white navy bean of .commerce, were valuable nuhlieitv since the insfitn. ! west since the date the story was ound. tion of the Chamber s wceklv news tertainmcnt. finance, agriculture, drv farm. Pine Crest, county and munici-l hill men. The story recited the fact pal affairs, advertisinc. and the lunch- that the beans which had been dis eon committee, the reports being covered in the cliff dwellings had teachers employed in the Crown King! handed in respectively by R. X. Frcd-jheen planted by local ranchers and territory, while today there arc cigh-1 cricks, W. A. Drake, E. G. Weil, L. I I - . I T 1 it rn r X- - I u iuie&, narry neap, i. n. . orris, ; H. D. Aitkcn and Frank O. Smith. An especially interesting and com 1 prehensive report was rendered" by ' Attorney J. W. Russell, chairman of i the mining committee, the report showing the amount of good which letter service. About 40 of the lead ing mining and scientific publications I .,,:.,. I 1,1 !,-.. ..!. i:.U.. I... "Mice TInll i 'Ar,l hr,nnr I'lllllVU lltl UIUU(III llllll-l ' ' ' - aiuia . . n v. minimi drcds of applications for some of the several of the beans, which measured (From Thursday's Daily.) Easy (From Wednesday's Daily.) interest in assessment matters i no less in evidence as the end of the year approaches than it has been in previous years during which mining has enjoyed exceptional interest. While the government provisions of exemption from prospect work might have been expected to in some de gree reduce the usual tension as to claim holding around the first of the year the opposite result, if anything, attends to more or less extent. Explaining this in part is the un certainty which attends the public construction of all new laws. Gen erally the simpler the construction put upon a new law the more likely it is to meet with the final official construction. For that reason the most of the advice being given out by mining authorities tells the claim holder to stick strictly to the provis ion of the assessment exemption rul ing which provides that the county recorder be advised of intention to hold claims. That is, write the re corder a letter telling him of intent to hold the Big Circle group of claims, for instance, naming your dis trict and the general location of the claims. If you can, send with the name of your claim, if it is isolated, or with the name of the group if j-ou MING TO TOE FRONT ! the Jerome field in particular, the R. G. Hall was yesterday granted items being the service supplied by a divorce from Ginara Hall, the com- tllc Chamber's press bureau. This re plaint having charged the wife with j Port will be published in full in a abandonment. The couple were mar-' T ;ssue of this paper, ried in 1S96. The decree Was issued I The report of the secretary show- mcatlcss and wheatlcss days were but by Judge Ellis, Judge Smith havinc ! cd that the past year has been pcr- partiallv observed during Xovember, disqualified himself on this particti- j liaPs t"c most prosperous and active the showing is sufficient to convince ' lar case. : n the history of the organization, the most skeptical that the patrons I C H. McMahon, William Stephens j The chamber has been instrumental as well as the managements of the and R. 1!. McMahon were yesterday in bringing more than 40 families to hotels and restaurants of Arizona arc 1 named as appraisers of the property lis county to reside, and immense doing their bit in the general con-j in the estate of the late John Michael I miantities of literature descriptive of serration program. j McCaffery. The latter was a Confedcr -the county have been mailed to 46 Timothy A. Riordan. Federal food I ate officer during the Civil war, hav- States. The report suggested that administrator for Arizona, expressed ' mg graduated from West Point in the dues of members who have cn- ...... . . . . . .. 1 . i t f , .... .. . . . .1 . 1. !. . i i beans, and the office force in the C. p over an inch in circumference and anil ilnilv iicwsnnuers sri cnrmlind i of C offices is swamped. I ran pretty uniformly as to size. with news relating to the progress of The bulk of mail Iiegan to come in. "From the beans planted, only two 'mining affairs in this county, and at ' Monday night, the train of that eve-! vines sprouted. The two trclliscd on i present the coast dailies are civinc I n5nS bringing in about fifty letters! poles, growing to the height of five . . " .t i - c r . i fr . i .- i.i: l. . t. much prominence to the news from "I'"" me &uujcci; collie or mc wni- icci u iniuuig auum mij ijuuj crs were scicntinc men who wcrcjeacn, wmi an average oi inrcc Deans really interested in making some cx-ia pod. Just before they had thorough pcrimcnts with the beans, and many , ly matured, the farmer missed them of the letters came from persons who I one morning. The thief was not dis- I were apparently attracted by the fact I covered and the beans did not re- that they could obtain something foi 1 appear until about six years ago, nothing, being hard-boiled members when several farmers near Prescott of the "gi'me gang". As there are obtained a few for seeding, only about a peck of the strange beans "In 1911, from these seeds, several in possession of the C. of C., Miss, bushels were harvested. A peck was Sparkcs is at a loss to know how to shown at the international dry farm- supply the demand unless she plants! mg congress at Colorado bpnngs, himself highly pleased with the first report as to the savings effected through the hotel ' organization. "If the general public has followed the food censervation program to the same degree of fullness as that indi cated in these figures, .the total fig ures, the total saving in Arizona foi this single month will have amount ed to several tens of thousands of dollars," he said. The report as compiled by Mr. Gricr was wired to Washington today to be used in making up a national report covering the same points. It is the intention of the food admin tion to receive these reports month ly from the various States, thereby affording an interesting comparison, one State with another, as well as oi the gains made from month to month. during the continuance of the war, and the suggestion was favorably act ed upon. The report also suggested the class of 1855. At the time of his death, he deeded all of his property to the Catholic sisters of this city. The officers who had been directed to serve the bench warrant for the ' that the chamber take steps to pro arrest of Xatc Hall, reported in court viJc attractive camping grounds for yesterday that Mr. Hall had gone the many tourists who pass this way hence, and that the bench' warrapt 1 during the Summer months. Last wasn't worth much. The court order-! Summer the C. of C. received many cd Nate's $500 cash bond forfeited j requests from motor parties for direc and a new warrant was issued in the tions as to some desirable camping hopes of apprehending the fugitive I spots, and it is hoped that some ar bootlcggcr. j rangements can be made for the cn- Thc suit which was instituted sev- tertainmcnt of these guests before eral months ago by Ernest Douglas I the next tourist season opens, vs. Charles DuBois was yesterday The members of the directorate dismissed at the motion of the attor-i elected last night arc the following: ncy for the plaintiff. j R. X". Fredericks. Harry Heap, E. W. John Knezovich, the Clarkdalc Aus- j Wells, LeRoy Anderson, Dr. J. H. trian who, along with his wife. waslBlain, F. L. Haworth, G. W. Colvo- scntcnccd to a term in jail for selling coresscs, M. B. Hazcltine, E. S. Clark, booze, yesterday had his sentence ! Wr- A. Drake, J. A. Hope, F. S. Vcile, suspended until July 1, 1918, and in ! H. D. Aitkcn, Robert Tallv. T. G. the beans on hand and asks the ap plicants to wait until such time as a new crop is produced. Malcom Frascr, former secretary tcrcd the army or navy be suspended of thc ,0?al Chamber of Commerce, (From Wednesday's Daily.) R. Robertson, a well known mining man operating in the Kirkland field, j after a long fight against pleural I brings word to Prcscott that there is considerable comment being heard over determinations made recently by Messrs. Elmer and Warren, who re located an old property about three miles southwest of thc railroad sta tion, which is due to a remarkable showing in vanadium. Sufficient development has been performed to form a basis of the fu ture of thc property, and as explora tion is given thc immensity of thc property is made evident. Associated with the vanadium is lead, and the content of the first named metal will easily reach to eight per cent. The discovery was not anticipated, and was made in openining up an im. mensc dyke to ascertain what was prevailing in other minerals. These mining men recently entered that field, coming from Southern Arizona. They arc now establishing quite a large camp, and production of a big! tonnage is assured, which is to be shipped in a short time. This metal and others kindred has reached a high price since manufacture requires it for alloying with other metallic com binations, and the crude concentrate is now valued at $2.50 a pound. Van adium steel has likewise attained the highest market price ever known. FINAL SUMMONS COMES TO MRS. A. H. FAVOR i event that he is conducting himself Norris, Frank Whisman, D. V. Rus- as a good citizen at that date, the ell, J. E. Russell, L. C. Derrick. Tom (From Wednesday's Daily.) (charge is to be dismissed. Knczo-' TayIorv F. H. Brown and G. E. A particularly sad death occurred ; vich was sentenced to ninety dayslMcany. in tins city yesterday afternoon, ar'asi ran, uiu on account ot thc fact . Ti.I, ...i.:i. -v a...i... .... I that his wifn wns tP,,f -f ,1, 'GOOD ROADS PAVE wife of a Prcscott attorney, passed I "nlc, t""c' 11 was. 'Ifciclcd to set away at her home in Whipple Heights! feL1" "Jhc 1 1 w J IlliV J 0.IIIV.H.1 . A bench warrant was issued vestcr-l and who is possessed of a wonderful imagination, is credited with having originated thc weird story of thc finding of thc beans, but whether Male confined himself strictly to facts is beyond thc knowledge of thc pres ent day secretary, biuat any rate, the bean story was taken up by the daily press and copied all over the map from Coney Island to thc Cliff House, and i avapai received much publicity This bean, which has been named the Aztec, has attracted a great amount of attention all over the United States through this exhibition, where it took the gold award for the most remarkable variety of bean listed for prizes in thc bean class. 'Since that time these beans have been exhibited at many farming con gresses where they are the center ot wonder and admiration of all intcr ustcd'ih "bean 'culture. " "Thc Aztec bean exceeds the well known lima bean in weight, solidity of texture and flavor, and has been received with acclaim by the lovers ! of this' vegetable in Boston and other Thc story improved with age, and . centers where bean-eating is an hon- every so often, some resourceful orcu ceremonial. THE WAY TO BRING BACK OLD MINES pneumonia, llircc children, Cather ine, aged S; Mary, aged 7, and Alpha, aged 3, arc bereft of the care of their young mother. Mr. and Mrs. Favour came to Prcscott last Spring from Xcw York City with the hopes of benefitting the failing health of the latter, but several weeks ago Mrs. Fa vour was seized with pneumonia and late Thomas G. Barlow-Massicks. tht, fT7 nr f -J T-- 1 rniirt vo:tprfln- nrlrffl till- dismissal iJAJ.iJ l&iuiii v ciiiicauay s lyaiiy.j . . r. - - - j rr.i . ... I nt l.ntlw.f A Itriil I mntM i c nrltiitnic- day for the arrest of Guadalupe Gar, . "arniont. who is visiting, - ' the estate The "latter ha, er. who is wanted by the county au-'' t ty from Ins Louise mining uo thontics because of some alleged ?"P pook canyon, states thai IongCr ; a pos;,ion to give thc estate sales of spirituous liquors which ht: s,ncc good roads have made auto!tilc ncedcd attention. Rev. Quetu made on December 12th. 'traffic feasible to Turkey creek and;w-s mHni nn to trive m nrrniintinir where, according to thc complaint, he received indifferent treatment for a period of one week, after which he; was removed to a hospital. As a' result of these injuries, he alleges that; his back has been permanently injur-1 cd. ; Mrs. Lillian E. Riley was yesterday1 granted a divorce from Charles Riley, , the defendant failing to appear toj contest the issuance of the decree., Thc defendant was charged with! desertion and failure to provide. ! In the matter of thc estate of the! in nnn nnmnr ACROSS VERDE ASSURED Elzora Schacklcford Hall, cruardian ! ad of Glen Shackleford and other minor! sec thc number " of cars passing LS; S" ri .riM the country daily. He csti- of lani i. t ; "v n V"' that from five to eight each forthwith Clerk P. J. Farley and Sheriff Joe Young were thc recipients yesterday of a commendatory letter from the rc- AND COUNTY TO JOINTLY BUILD ; COT TONWOOD SITE LOOKED OVER. AND EARLY CON STRUCTION BEGINS. (From Friday's Daily.) Early construction of thc big con crete bridge across the Verde river her weakened condition prevented her! bv the minors it having been decid 1 y may nou "c counted going and' tiring judge f. U. bnutn, Doth ot tne at Cottonwood, which was authorized from recovering from the affliction. I cil to sell the 'laud and settle un thJl returning, as against none during past officials having been complimented I by the last legislature, is now assured. Deceased was 33 years of age. and! estate. P ! years, when the summit of the Sena. m,on .J'? ef"ent and faithful sen-; Robert V. Lccson, an engineer of the i i.:n . t '- "'- nn- iimi luiuvnu iui vi aiaic. aclinic in conjunction wmi mis besides her husband and children, is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Lambert of Kenton, Ohio. She had been married for about 10 vcars. ROSE TOURNAMENT LOS t mis cnarnrrrr ot tn nr. ELABORATE AFFAIR The new rond l.nilt tn Hnnn.r nml NO IMPORTED COAL ANGELES. Cal.. Dec. 19. other sections in the western slonc The remains were sent to Kenton for!ar wil1 n?t cause abandonment ofiof the Bradshaws is having an cxcel- burial, the journcv having been begun! ,,' "'" lournai.ieni ot Koses at I lent effect in bringing in mining in last night, Mr. Favor and his three i ,,"?,"V? , ? .Fs, .da'- vestors, and properties that have lain it. , , though it will give a martial air to the : n e i daughters accompanying the casket. r,at paKcant ncvcr ,,cforc :ltt teiL jdle for many years arc being exam It is planned to have thc funeral scr-1 Decision to hold the tournament as ' an1 dc:l's c,osc"- T,lc Pnincj vices take place about Saturday. Mr. i usual was not made until' favorable' rcason r t'lc interest shown these; pavor expects to return to Prescott I word had been received from Prcsi-1 "' hclds is the adaptability of thc dent llson, lo whom the question auto to make rapid trips and good ol observing the time-honored ens in a few weeks, and will continue lo make his home in this city. Because of the death of Mrs. Favor, thc banquet which was to have been given by the bar association at the Yavapai club last night in honor of Judge Frank O. Smith was called off. HUMBOLDT LEAPS INTO FOURTH PLACE IiADTJ vr in -i... 1 1 ,1 17. I I ''11 7H ., J L . W i.n.w ..1..., ' I'-'Kv.-.mg (o a shortage of coal in the Utah number of the original record made of the claims in his office. If you have not these numbers, thc names of the claims, or group, thc district in which located and your own name. will suffice. To this description of property it will be as well to add thc names of adjacent properties and their owners, if you can. This man ncr of procedure is being followed by corporations, partnerships and indi vidual claim owners. The use of any special form is unnecessary, a letter filling all purposes, but cither a form or a letter should be mailed at once, (From Thursday's Daily) For thc first time during his incum bency of thc office of county school superintendent, W. Curtis Miller has, during the past few months, visited every school in this county, returning a few days ago from Humboldt, which concluded his official duties ir. this line. Speaking yesterday of conditions at thc latter place he expressed himself in this manner: "Humboldt has made surprising progress and its educational system is dccidedlv pleasing. The corns ot ( From Friday's Dailvl , teachers has reached six. an increase Arrivals from Crown Kimr renorl of two since last vrar. Miss Flrnnnr that the Tiger Gold Co. stamn mill Fav is nrincinal and is n.itei1 liv has been acquired by Henry BraunjM'ss N'atalilie Larson, Miss Ethel and O. W. Blickcnstaff, and is being i Brandis, Mi-s Rhoda Strong, Miss modernized to receive custom trade. ' Minnie Cordcs and Mi5s Louise Rod- t oiaie. aclinic in conjunction court during their term of office. The county, has concluded a trip of obscr- court stated in his letter that Messrs j vation to the above locality, in com- Young and Farley had given the , pany with Chairman Stephens of the Superior court sessions their undivid-! board of supervisors, and later thc cd attention in a manner which was! site decided upon to build will be an- plcasing to both the judge and to nounccd, when work may be expect- othcrs who were connected with the ( cd to follow at once. This structure court in any way. Js to be constructed at a point above " 1 j and near where Oak creek empties MARD H. MADDOX 'into the Verde, at a cost of ?40,000, CALLED BY REAPER half of which sum is to be borne by , .. " , . ., . I the State and the other bv this coun- (From Thursdays Daily.) 1 1. Ward H. Maddox, a former rcsi-l Tlie nl.me rll fnr tliree QOfnnr to be U yoining district and a surplus in Washington, the Federal fuel admin istrators of Utah, Wyoming, Oregon and Washington arc arranging to ex clude imported coal from the entire State of Washington, part of Idaho, Oregon west of La Grande and Cali fornia north of Sacramento. REMODELING MILL roads are an essential factor lo nro- toni had been submitted. mole trins hem.' ni.nle with Imstn -,'dent of this city when conducting the sran: rli nnnnim. nlllnr For more than a quarter of a ecu-; WCU as convenience. Mining invest-! V:hXc HouJc rystauraI't. Passed av.ayiof concrete. This movement uiry mc imuwinicr noral liesta hasors been a fete dav for all Sontln-m fniJ. I fornia anil tin's vi-nr ili-r i. ;il lw. o., I co" "uu" ""-eiunc to success. ,n pro-," " " """ : pulmonary tuberculosis. Owing to, the large volume of water carried. cceds arc to be donated to the Xa- Personal comfort. Three deals have loor heahh hc was compci,cd to su5-1 Another factor to authorize construc tional Red Cross, as the tournament j been closed during the past two ,,en,i business. He enjoyed an ex-, tion is the heavy traffic out of Oak iiii.-i miuiiic iiiiLi nuiiuuai in cnarac-1 wccks since goou roaus uavc occn tcr, entrants from all parts of the built, and others arc pending. worm participating in thc pageantry. nowadavs will "not go into the!?1 CIlcrO' creck, on T"cs,'a, at, theiof the most important in its line, the . t' .1 , home Ot Mr. and Mrs. L. A. lionham, Vpnle river for nnnv months dm-inc ntry unless their examinations arc I ... r. , ... , vcruc ner lor man monins iiunng be attended with nuiek work -ind i r , lvcs aftcr a lonf: ll,ncss U,e the year being impassable owing to lie aitcnaeti witn quick work and ... ti,-ro..ic;c m..-nr .t. i .. i. r .... -..:..t ccllcnt name in this community, be-j creek and adjacent countrv which has mg oi agreeauic personam)- anu win-,uccn disturbed in past years, as well ning the good will of many by his will many people along thc Verde courteous treatment of patrons. He j river on the opposite side have a con was aged 31 years, a native of Worth-1 venicnt outlet open all thc year. It ington, Indiana, and came to this sec-1 is lwlicvcd that construction will be tion about two years ago. Hc is sur-j under way carlv in January. Xo artificial flowers are allowed in! MINER DEMANDS the decorations. This ruling causes! DAMAGES FOR INJURIES about half the population of Pasadena . T -r, , to work out the old year and work1 (From Fr,d3y s Da,,-V in the new, as the floats have to be I raul Loncar yesterday filed suit irimmcd ai mc last moment in order !,sl ",c -" isto .uming cc wcrc at s s;,ic wIlen t,e cml came.! DESERVED COMMENDATION tuai tne cut Diooms will De fresh for; tn-mumiing te 5u, , Thc rcniains arc ;n thc city amj arc WASHINGTON". D. C, Dec 20. the parade m the morning. of sJO.000 damages for tunes which j to bc ,aij a b u- M. Poulson & j David Goldman, Philadelphia mach- I lie atternoon feature will bring the complaint alleges that he rccciv- Co. inist.s matc ; fhc ha, ,)efn the lirst championship football gamecd on the company s property on , commended bv Secretary Daniels for between the new Liberty army and September 3, 191. CEREAL PRICES IUMP sallantrv in having rescued Arthur ! G. Palmer, water tender, from drown ing Octotar 30. Palmer fell over board from the U. S. S. O'Brien and , Goldman jumped after him and held ! him up until he was rescued. ! The Journal-Miicr has thc best citiipped job printing plant in North ern nor:n trial will convince vived by a mother and brother, who i were at his side when the end came. ! the Marines. Camn Lewis and Mare According to the plaintiff's state- Island, where arc gathered star grid-l "lent, he was at work on the 800 level. CHIC, iron artists from all narts of ti.f shoveling muck when a large mass of the East countrv, will nit their picked squads. roc'c an"1 orc "Pn him, pinning! oats was to be lifted and that thc CHICAGO, Dec. 20. Rumors that bound embargo on corn anil him to the ground for several hours aiid badly injuring his limbs and back. Aftcr he had been rescued by some of his fcllowworkinen. he wa Journal-Miner for fine job work. taken to the company's bimkhouse, great ball, with army and navy representatives as guests of honor, will be held in the evening. maximum price ot corn was to be re moved, led to a sharp upturn in the corn and oats market on thc board of trade todav May corn advanced 6 cents to $1 26' ()nt r.c 3 cents