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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, YfEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1918.
PAGE THREE Dip UNM RANGE ARTIST OVERSEAS . WRITES LIVELY AND EN- TERTAINING LETTER TO DR. C. W.PARDEE ON THE LIFE OF A SOLDIER. FOR LOCAL GRANITE (From Wednesday's Dailv.) i O. C Lowrv sends an interesting (From Wednesday's Daily.) letter from France to Dr. C W. Par-' A determined effort will be made dec. of this citv. which after going, to extend the market for 1 rescolt :s throuirh a censored manipulation, is! granite. General Alanagcr II. W. worthv of publication for the happy ! AMell of the local quarry has ordered Tiiood evidenced bv this soldier aim!11 1'olishcr the delivery oi winch he its refreshing tone under the canopv i expects m about 30 days. The blocks of bursting shrapnel cverv minute1 of granite already quarried will then ,f the Ions dav. Private Lowry isj shaped up for monumental pur uith the first army corps sent over-! VW ad every effort made to inter na bv this country, and is a son of ct those wI, ,I,ake a business of sell Captain Lowrv, who served for nianyjK "nienls, etc, in the output of years in the Philippines. The fol- I'rcscott's quarry. lowing is culled from his livch ' All work for the Yavapai county epistle: , ! court house will have been completed "Letter and photos receiv can't wait a minute to tell lmirli tlirv nre nnnrerint nirmrec rrrtruiili- i-crrill.,l fn.,,1 mem- ories, and after this jig is over I will ' ,an' ot t,e smaller pieces of be back again in the saddle. I am, ' machinery were ruined and much dif now with the army in the field, and'1'11' wa fo"n1 1,1 replacing; them, hope soon to sec some real action.' "What we would like now, said Veil can rest assured, and tell all the Axtcll. "is another building bke bovs, we are doing our part over here the co"rt llol,sc- arc ,n VO'-Mon and it won't be long, once wc get, to supply the granite to very good lined out, to wind up the affairs of 'advantage. Our granite is of the best one William. Have just returned Iahty for building since it is ot even from a four days' trip 'somewhere.' color. 5s tough and at the same tunc Can't tell you where I was, but if, cleaves very truly. We can produce von can imagine "Alice in Wonder- ;t n blocks ot any commercial size, "land." "Ten Nights in a liar Room,"; By this I mean in sizes such as can and "Three Weeks" all combined in 1'andled by the railroads and by four davs, von -might be able to fig- builders. Wc have broken out blocks ure out where I've been. Hbncst, I ,hat would weigh from : to 90 tons, never had such- a time, and busting Tllc Ingest ''lock ,scd m thf cou" a cavuse on Frontier Days is not in llo"se was 8 fcct. 4 mches long 4 it fo'r a minute. -'ct, 8 inches wide and 16 inches "Wc have an abundance of thrill- ' t'"c'"" , . , , , i ing experiences here, some of which! -Air- Axtcll explained that the only I wish mv friends 'over there' were'1""'1 to the production ot Pxeseott facing instead of me. Hut, taking itlRranite would be the market that all in all, we're very well treated and' could be established At present, lie you can't beat old Uncle Sam for cls certain that Prcscptt would providing the best there is to be had!l,avc ,I,C "r5t ca' on granite for Ari for his men. Of course wc arc somc-0"3. Xcu" lex'c. southwest Texas what handicapped for transportation, ;and l'art of Southern Sahfornia since but once wc arc lined up all hell a11 this territory now looks to Vcr won't hold ;is down. j"10"1 for its granite except Cahlor- T h.nve .,nl r vet met n chml'lia WHICH lias several quarries, on.: prrson I know, but when 1 do am go - inn to grab him around the neck and plant a French kiss on each check before he can defend himself. And: there are manv others hooked up iust like me. too. When that oDnortun- ity comes wc arc going to paint this enmn a 1een rriinson ns in day rnniv by in Arizona, and it won't be by the property about five miles from Pres soft drink route cither. Do yoiucott on the Jersey Lily road. It be hcar me? " ! longs to the Arizona California Min- "I have booked your order for the : ing Company. General Managci chaps and the sombrero of the kai-' Win. S. Wilhelm is replacing the ma scr, and promise to obtain and for-j chinery in the mill and states that ward same the first time I meet him. he will resume operations as soon as He doesn't hang around our camp as equipment is in shape, much, and it seems there arc many "Wc shut down some time ago bc of the boys who also have it in for1 cause it was impossible to sell our him. He has a bunch of roughnecks ' zinc concentrates." Mr. Wilhelm ex swamping for him, and we can . plained. "The United Slates Zinc hardly keep them out of the metss Company of Pueblo. Colo., is now in house, as I guess they are getting, the market for our ores and the high pretty hungry by this time for the price of silver will add very mater good old American bovine dish. They ially to the value of our output, arc giving us considerable trouble,; "Our shaft is now down 300 fcet but we'll get there, just the same, and wc have drifted 70 feet both Well, old scout, don't forcet that our ways. Our workings are high grade .. .. . . greatest troutilc is Homesickness, so scnd some word whenever jou can. 11 of us like to hear thc news. It is eagerly devoured and keenly ap- predated." TALLY TELLS OF BOND SALES AT UNITED VERDR I fFrom Wednesday's Daily.) AVhilc everyone knows that thc Verde district is making a splendid showing with respect to the Third; Hl.crty Loan, the following com-'S'sis inunicaiion sent to Chairman l; b. ' Viclc by Robert Tally shows thc met- tic of the employees as well as thciw,t'1 lUis machinery as we would like employers of the United Verde Cop-ia"'1 wc propose to add an oil flotation per Company: j "!'. S. Vide, County Chairman, ' 'State Liberty Loan Committee, Prescott, Ariz. unr t-;r- "I enclose herewith a statement! , . 1. r .1 showing the result of our campaign; for subscriptions to the Third Lib-;of erty Loan among employees of the. United Verde Copper Company and' its subsidiaries the United Verde' and Pacific Railway Company, the j last Tuesday and am now studying Verde Tunnel and Smelter Railroad 1 hanl " "tors. 1 was transferred Company and the Clarkdalc Improve-! llerc, to. ,car" ,,,c operation and ment Company. -mechanism of several of the new ..c ,i j ,- . . . , I tvpes of motors, and I am also study- Sunm.ar.zed. this statement shows tI)e Gcnnan' scout planc fro)n A. a total of 2144 employees, registering to Z. This course will take about 100 per cent subscribers, with sub-.six weeks to complete, and I believe scriptions totalling $162,650. Wc have that by that time 1 will be ready assisted our employees in these sub-, to do my bit. I am getting along line scriptions by agreeing to buy the '" "'' studies and think that 1 will bonds for which they may subscribe,! bc vcr- successful, and permitting them to pay for same S,'ncc ' le,ft J'r"" I live studied in five or ten monthly payments, in j""1 worked har.1 to get into this ... . 1 j : I branch of the service, and I have exceptional cases even permitting, bcc llcky cnougIl ,nakc jt If j mem a .onger periou. vc auamca laUe good I will become master sig this result by organizing our entire ; nal electrician which is the highest mine and plant into units, with ajan enlisted man can go. This posi- committee of workmen in each unit! to attend to thc soliciting of subscrip-l tions. Where different nationaltics were represented, men of each na tionality were appointed to assist in the work among men of their own race. Also, each craft had its repre- -er.tatives n this work, and a great deal of friendly rivalry developed among the different departments and units. In the mine, each foreman worked fir a record and got a ret"-, feet one. In order to show the class I of men in the mine, I take the fol lowing figures from our nationality' report: American, 392; Canadian, 18, fKnglish, 18; Irish, 53; Scotch, 5;. Welsh, 4: Mexican. 401: Spanish, 68; j Portuguese, 3; French, 3: Italian, 57:1 Dutch, 1; Scandinavian, 21: Russian,! .?) KinnUh. S- 'serh 32: Greek. 3: Slav, 96; German. 1; Austrian, 60; Bulgarian. 7; miscellaneous, 6. . MCon.Wering the percentage ot foreigners, we feel that our results wcrc a tIle 10re remarkable." SEEK NEW FIELDS ived and I by lr?t week in June. The nre!fJcWf" the first information of the dis-!l,Ie .noh,s hat there were only three i. you how of last winter delayed the work by at ry lia b givcn pu,)Hcity. and rVneirretmJed'tne inod ed. Those leas tw? months. Not onlj were jlt IS nmv the impression that the ile- crn n-fl n,lt it Vas an unwieldy the buildings at tllC quarry destroyed 1'0'"!? in the southern part State. of the i RUTH MINE AGAIN SHAPED FOR BIG WORK (From Wednesday's Daily.) These are very busy days at the Ruth mine. This is a Silver-lead .1.- ti i..i ore an me way. niat u. huuj "'i concentrating ore nine icei iuc. " carries a streak of high graile that. runs 111 thc jynghborhoort ot at) perj cent zinc, 30 ounces ot silver anil Mi 1 per cent lead. 1 "We nrnnnsr to continue the shaft! . i.t... :.. i .! , r Z "r, L f l a ZUst ii.arsl.al had made tentative several French captives in front of chnitclj -c cterm.ne the extent of tin j arr:iI(c,ncns for lhe ca,Im withi.the German fighting forcc. In the deposit. At tlie same tunc, we mil t,c pKl fcw 1lont)S of what ;vi, )(,;lcilnlil1(, wc ,,ai, j,Cen fir!l,K ad c the ore already blocked out. thc r.rROSt mI,er of drafted men ! ovcr a scorc WCre seen to fall But "Our equipment at present con- Illa(Ic CQ .-ar. an(, tIiat ,he s;zc Qf the ;t was too la,c The Germans seemed o, .1 i.uu ... " There " i.iwu.---. s not as complete a saving ot values unit as soon as it can be done. GAIL GARBARDINO WRITES LETTER FROM ST. PA' LETTER FROM ST. PAUL! Aviation Mechanics" Training School, r ' , aul TV.'-' M,r" "6' 1V1' Editor Journal-Miner: j am Jointo llrop you a few lines ncws today. Last week I received orders to leave Park field and come to St. Paul to enter the mechanics' training school. I reached this city tion carries a monthly salary of $S1.!I11S m'au aml ,ace- wcvcr, he is I left all of thc home bunch atjaKa' ab,e to attend to his business, Camp Funston and have not seen any of them since leaving Kansas. I hardly ever sec anyone who has even been to Arizona. Sincerely, GAIL GARBARINO. It III FOUND CCXnRI ! ASIA I MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEAR-; Aurrr nr nfTMTMi- adcda i ANCE OF MINING OPERA-' TOR SEEMS TO HAVE BEEN SOLVED BY FIND OF HUMAN SKELETON. ,t- -i, . . , y. i fFrom Wednesday s Daily.) . U AR1 r !Mft U Fill it is oeneved mat tlie sKcicton, the pro,)erty cf Coronado, the Span found during February by prospec-, explorer, and that it was brought tors, in a ravine about three miles; into this country in 1541. south of the camp of the old Yuma! Neither Coronado's nor any other Conner Comnanv. west oi Coneress.i is none other than that of Morgan ir.:,.. o ,:;.,.r ,., r ,;-! .. .;"' it : whose disappearance occasioned rcla- j lives m Nevada to diligently make m- vcstigations without success attend-, ing their efforts. , By the arrival in Prescott on Sun-1 That, thinks Captain l'.anta, found day of Duncan F. Carlin, a mining j its way to the cave where it was re i..,. r ! r,. ;,., P-.cc ccntlv discovered. It was stated in ceased. Iy tlie citccts lonnti is in probability the above person, for so long unaccounted for. The weather ; beaten clothes and also the high top, l.nnlc -crn .lUrnlnrml liv lilrpehlllfr ' and the wearing apparel seems to : have left but little doubt that a min-j "c , ,"' .... , . torch-bearer had still another func- mg man of high rating had worn,t;on tQ rrorill. that was to pick up them. I he clothing had been almost , .lnllpr nil(i n... i,:.,, .. i.:s fcet obliterated by cither the elements or,aftcr cac, Jischarge for the recoil of by buzzards tearing it away irom the body to devour the flesh. The .skull, was intact and the remains were dit made bv some prospectc ennotr Tli. place was secluded, xmd it was only by an accident the discovery made. A few letters and some leaves con- taining notes were not legible owing to being decayed, it being the bcbcl that the cut at some time had been filled with water. The manner of this man's death is also a mystery, but suicide is not advanced. Mr. Heminway came into the Yar ncll country to make observations of that gold belt for John W. Maekay,, of Nevada. He examined the Yar-, nell, Rincon, Octave and many other' properties leaving for the Harqua' Halas, it was stated. He came from Virginia City, and to friends stated i that he was the first inventor of the Kmc Vanner process of coneentratinc , . , . . , Supreme court decision. It seems to be the -impression among manv old- timers, who still survivethat IR-min- wav was murdared while en route to look at the old Bonanza mine, and isolated snot in the Harcuvar range, U'e ' heing killed or taken pris is a reasonable theory of the manner one,r- OT!n ,,,s n''"inK interests of his d,ath. He wa, single an . to be looked after until he is able to aged abcut 55 vcars. rc.;l,:r" lo -!. i , . , , v.nll be some time late this summer. DRAFT MEN VILL BE j Crayton gives a thrilling account ( JOINED BY PHOENIX BOYS;01" ,lis .,vvo "cars' experience. The (From Thursday's Daily.) ', It was announced yesterday that ' Hams of Jerome, alo a Canadian. In the Phoenix men who arc to leave for. attacking war practices of the cn Ft. McDowell on Friday, May 10, will, cmy he says: traxcl north through this city, and ..Don't t,";, j am harsh or exag will be toincd m Prescott by the t; whe j ,c onc occur. iaapai contingent. This is the lirst' . , r , - , time that the .nen from the southern fence to come before my eyes, which part oi the State have been sent north ,s P'tiahlc and yet so ghastly as to over the Santa Fe, the contingents 1 astound a civilized being. It was this which have gone heretofore using the which brought tears to our eyes and r'uiiitn Southern Pacific out of Maricopa,, r; The Trcscott men will number 32 -,ui there wi'l be 46 in thc bunch from riioemx anu two Pullmans will be. used to take thc men on their trip to California. It as stated yesterday that the (1,u.ia mr xavapai county .win oe so large as to dwan into insignihcance all contingents which have gone fore. A Arizona is right now on the, point of being entirely stripped ot , Class 1-A men, it would seen, that in ! case another heavy demand was made on the State, men in the second and !llir 1 -':sses might have to be pressed 1";"'"V '"" "f V, contingent which the commonwealth commonweaiin., will be compelled to furnish. Draft officials sav that the big call will be made because of the fact that the camp-- and cantonments arc fast be-! ing emptied and thc men rushed to I Europe with nil possible speed and that there is accordingly room for! the accc ii.modation ot a considerable portioi: of the big army which Uncle Sm is building up as fast as circuni - on.-.c ,vHl nr, t RAILROAD SMASH-UP; VAV4D4T SHTDDPD LOSES 500 CATTLE' u While bringing a trainload of cat-! tie out of Pima conntv last week 10, Williamson vallcv, near Prescott L. L. Johnson ha ad thc misfortune toi.,nto a Pllcrc where uerman uaruar- lose 500 head by a train wreck on the Southern Pacific near Tucson. In the smash-up the ow ner also had a very ' narrow esrane. suffering ;;r,Vs tn,,nB: 1 aI" 80,nB UJtK " 1 cun, 10 ueiDR a visuor jcsicruay to u.c city. I he balance of thc big shipment has; . ... i . .i r .i been delivered to the range of tin. Try a Journal-Miner want ad. A NCENT GUN Ml DEKDHED BY PR CAPT. BANTA : PHOENIX, May 1. Captain A. F. Banta, the noted historian of the State of Ari20nat who ,ias 1)ccn SI,cn(1. ing several weeks in this section, ' prior to his departure to Ins home ; in Prescott, has been able to shed I some light as to the history of the bronze gun which was recently found in one of the Verde river caves.' He bcl;cv,.s that lhe wcapon was onc0 .Spanish exploring expedition ever passed through the region where the gun was tound. lint Captain Iianta liad learned from the notes of Cor- conqilistai,or was encamped on the Rj0 Grandc he made a headman of a tribe on the opposite of the river a present of one of the bronze guns. weapon Irequiring the attention ot two men. It was the business of one man to carry the gun and another to carry the ammunition and torch With which the Weapon WaS fired through a vent in the upper part of the gun was tremendous. Some years agowhilc visiting the isthmus of Panama Captain P.anta found one of these guns m a vault uiuicr tuc oid lorircss OI J UilU 1C1U. its existence was uniiuown to me au thorities until Captain Itanta tohl to purchase it he was informed that jt COuUl not be sold as it v. as the property of the government FIENDISH DEEDS HE GERMANS ... ... ., , ri roir. I r iv s Dailv) "nB horn liathurst. Canada to a tnA !" 'f"0,"' M"'!,0: ,Crav," Ma, I,c I,as l,ccn '"vahdeu 1,0",c fr,OI EllroIc a tcr s,cry,c? wlt!' a C-.nad.an command and desires it .IJU11(II 111. 1111 UlllW 111 UIIIX.V. was a mining engineer named Wil vengeance to our souls: Our com- I inand succeeded onc afternoon in a .t..,i. ...:.i. patrol in 1 , ,, .as artv endeavor- . ' , . , , ff OM DOT ung to get at tlie lelt wing ot inc'iucnueu uy arrivals irom mai nciu. .. ! ., i m: am body of troops and in the skir- ish wc were horrified to behold , rctrcatc,l purposely, leaving ... . . .... : cared r In e n n to 0 r! ,or- returning to our trenches a few hours afterward four- teen corpses were counted, all Wench males, wearing thc German uniform. At another noint were heard piteous ,noans fr0m the wounded and it wasjby Mr. Broun as satisfactory, and this situation which shocked thc . :..i.. ...i. ,i, ,i:c ;" - 'B .1 . I cover- was na.1 ..tI,at "? erc women who had tallcn, and tlicy aiso were French, wearing male apparel, The Red Cross came into action and brought thc wounded in. Onc of tho bounded females, a girl of about 21 , vt'tr cnrritin1ifi1 Inter n litillet ;crcY ,ler chcst- Tllc w0llnil was ,' .... , , ... i trivial, however, and her .death no ! doubt was due to the intense nervous 1 strain and also another matter. She made a statement before death, which is, unirappiiy, too true, it was mat I she preferred death to living, but was naPn' at.,lhc opportunity of giving "P cr me on Home son, anu u...i snc anu 1110 "m,Hrn "a,,c wouiu pass i itv was unknown." Cravton also mentioned other fiend- !?" a"s OI ult c.ncln- c' ? u sd" 1. f t 1 1 fight for the sisters of other soldiers.' GIv?5 Hi 'rmrnril-Miner inn rirnnrt- t order for a kinds of ,.. ' . printed stationery calling cards, , . , . , , . business cards, letterheads, envelopes. vve do all kinds ot work promptly and artistically. Rflfir&riiiV I I iUUL.U llMIM II UUI I EPARING TO DUCE i MOHAVE ATORS MAKE COUNTY OPER - IN YAVAPAI CO. BIG SHOWING SINCE TAKING OVER THE KAY ESTATE. Arriv .als in Trescott vestcrday from! : station on the Bradshaw rail- Turkey road stated that point has been se lected as the outlet for those who are operating the Kay copper mines in Bla-'k Canycu. and quite a lively cen ter is anticioated. P Thc Kay was acquired a short timely ,he town- Thc cw stnic"lure wiltjants. ago bv the Lnitcd Eastern Company of Mohave county, and since a large force of miners has been employed, production assuming a heavy tonnage of high grade ore. Auto trucks arc arriving at Turkey to go on the road to the camp about sixteen miles dis tant, and it is planned to load every week at least two carloads of the higher grade ore for shipment, prob ably to Humboldt. At the mine quite a large town is beginning to grow, and the old station of Canon has been abai'doncd. Thc Kay's) activity is also proving of general benefit to that copper belt, and other mines arc get ting ready to resume. In addition to the copper condition, proven sil ver and gold mines abound nearby, anil the general mineral situation is now considered as very attractive. The Kay has been a shipper to Glen dale, 60 miles distant, but freighting bv team proved too expensive, which . . . 1 Tl - caused me mine 10 suspend. i nc propcrty is on thc survey ot the pro - jeeted Prescott & Phoenix short line railroad. JEROME MINE IS SOON EXPECTED TO MAKE GOOD (From Wednesday's Dihr.) u.iniMJii ui luih, ilk last night on the 11:15 for home after having spent a week in going over the Calumet & Jerome property I in which he is largely interested. Mr.l Garrison's New York offices are at! 6 Wall street. He knows thc Jerome country thoroughly and has not only put in his own money but has been instrumental in getting many thous ands of dollars from others for the C. & J. "liver thing looks favorable and wc expect soon to be able to herald to the world another big Jerome mine," he said yesterday. "Thc man ager of the biggest property in Jcr- oiiu- went over the t-aiumct x onie workings this week. He said; there was no question but that wc would have a mine, and that no onc could tell how big onr strike would be, but he insisted tlrat wc would come into ore." Mr. Garrison is also interested in the Chino valley oil fields. He isi president of the .New ork-UunoJ were bc;ng armed by the Bolsheviki, Valley Otl Company. Joe Larson, a .became a menace to the position ot well known lerome man capitalist, is 1 vice-president of thc company. The I board of directors includes spmc of I the most prominent capitalists of New York and Boston. Mr. Larson accompanies Mr. Gar-i rison as far as Kansas, City. Joe is abandoning thc joys of bachelorhood and will bring Mrs. Larson back with him. DEVELOPING MINE IN PRA8TICAL WAY (Fiom Thursday's Dailv.1 The nractical manner in which the old Amulet silver mine near Walker is being operated is highly com- 1 ? I. f . 1 . - II n ay mane a cursor exaimna-; tion ofjhe work going on ,! C. N. Brown, who is in charge for his company, is making good head way in carrying out development in a manner which is attended with economy. There is nothing heavy in overhead expense, and every dollar ti,,. ,,,0 1,;i,i;tc or cr..;i,i.. or Mr wea 'aVd the ulinn cn0u"h for haul- nV by S m Z d."t m MjTdepth of 200 feci and ,,rif,;ng umer the old workings goes i.,.i rn...r.,i;-,.;MC the shoot which produced so hcaviK ,, .,n ,nnl m Vnv time tapped at any tune. expected to be BANK TO OPEN AT HUMBOLDT NEXT WEEK (From Friday's Daily.) Hlimboldt, no longer a village, but now a thriving, prosperous town, is to have a bank to cater to its finan cial wants. Ever since the management of thc Consolidated Arizona Smelting Couk pany was placed in the hands of G. M. Colvocorcsscs, that institution has continued to expand until today it is j conceded to be one of thc most cap ably directed copper concerns in the btatt. And along with thc expansion cf thc smelter thc town has grown apace, waxed rih and ambitious. In iaci tne smeucr is tnc town, tor with out it there would be no Humboldt on the map of Yavapai county. Oat- man was thc first town to bc hit by a boom, then came thc Jerome ex citement with the bringing in of thc United Verde Extension, but the growth of Hlimboldt has been steady until today it can not house its in habitants and dwelling places arc im possible to secure. During these JC3i4 01 graduar.ng from it swad- ,1ImS clothes Humboldt has not hid a banl:- but ,he business of th. smelfintr company and the lartei ipany and the large i number of us employees has been transacted through the Prescott State P.ank. But Humboldt has now rearhed a commercial standing where it is entitled to more consideration land the Prescott State Bank, ever I quick and responsive to the meds ot jits patrons, is going to establish a branch there, which will furnish all. i modern banking facilities including' savingS safe deposh and escrow de - j partments, together with the handling i i ,ire "lsl,rance at'd fidelity bonds.' lcure(i ; Connell building and on i j eiuporary quariers nave been se- next Monday morning. May 6th, the! place will open for business with Mr.l Jam,es ? C"way, a experienced, "anker m charge as manager. Tins' arrangement will continue until per manent quarters arc opened, plans al - ready having been prepared for the erection of a building which will prove a credit to the business section be one-story, 25 by 55 fcet in dimcn sions. The foundation and flcor.- will be of concrete, the sides and rear walls of Arizona brick and the front of buffed brick. The building will be similar in appearance to the parent bank but of course on s. smaller scale. The name of the county's latest financial institution will be: "Humboldt Branch, Prescott State Bank," and its success from the day thc doors arc opened is assure! for two reasons Me town of Hum boldt itself, and the solid financial backing of R. N. Fredericks and the other men who hae made the Pres cott State a name to conjure with it. this part of the financial world. FIVE COSSACKS OPPOSE HUN INVADERS HARBIN. Manchuria. May 2. Five , Cossacks constituted the original I ; forcc w;,j, which General Scnienoffj Ihetran his rask of onnosine Bolsheviki ! ;rulc in Siberia and of preventing tliCjlargc roci- filing on him, thc injury j arming of German and Austrian war , . ; h;s ,os; thc hear;nK of 'prisoners. Eventually his command , . , , . " - . . " increased to one thousand men. !"s l. c.ar an,1t .a,s, 1Tf lcU?s. ST 'Seinenoff is a Buriat Cossack. 1 10l,s injuries on Ins head and shoul- His method of arming and (inane - ing his force was to make sudden raids on small Bolsheviki strong- holds. The arms and supplies w-hich i the estate of the late Edward G. be thus captured enabled him tojvagcr. yesterday received the court's gradually increase his force. In a Derm;ssi"0I1 to sc 47447 shares in short space of time he had established , -np Top.neath Mining Company his authority over the railway from , ' . . 1 ti thc Chinese border to Chita. His'd b' the deceased The peti forcc would have grown more rapidly ' toner stated that an offer had been had it been possible for him to secure j '"ado by H. C Wilmot of New or!r larger quantities of arms and am- City to buy the shares at 20 centi munition, but having secured all the stocks in his district he had to cease recruiting until such times as the au thorities in Harbin sent him military supplies. These were held up for a time by many of the higher military officers in Harbin who put obstruc- jcr-i,;c : i-c 'With the scantiest stock of am munition he continued to fight and to maintain orucr on the railway, until General Horvath, the Russian military commander in Harbin, who, in the beginning had opposed him, Lagrccd to give Semenoff his support. I !.- tmi flu. TWcit?rti, nf fti - ,.' m, A,' lr:,n ,lrisoners who. the Entente Allies in this Dart of the: world and they began to consider the : turned to get it found his wife in advisability of giving Semenoff thejjj w;,j, a man whom he did not assistance he nan askcu tor. tun tics intcrvencu, anu as nappeneu in other places where the Allies have had to take joint action, prolonged negotiations between Ilarbm ami nou.. u... ... Peking and the foreign capitals en stances which he could mention, the sued. While these wcrc going on j witness said. The Sherlocks were Semcnoffs ammunition was givinjr 1 married in Los Angeles in 1915, and cut and his men wcrc in want ot j the wife is now living in Nordhoff, food and clothing. But for thc fact j Qii;,-. that two of thc Allied countries ad- i couda't Read German vanccd Semenoff sufficient money for divorce case which Anton current expenses, he would have been I . . . . .-. , .;. ,,.;r forced to disband his men. and the! Schneider had hied aga mst I s wife only real movement in Siberia work-1 Gertrude came up for thc attention, ing for Allied interests would have of the court yesterday morning, but vanished. after the trial had progressed foi- Negotiations are still going on, but; h ;s hopcd ,lcrc latt now tha, theitUe fact that nobody could be founa Russians in Harbin, beaded by Gen-' transia(e certain letters which thc era; itorvath nave gncn pcmcr.ou their undivided support, the Allies will see their way clear to render such assistance as will enable him to con - tinuc fighting. ... .. , r f . ' - , NO ROOM AT THIS MINING CAMP FOR THE ALIEN ENEMY (From Saturdav's Daily.') The Commercial in Copper Basin! 11 ' of the Phelps Dodge Corporation.! Iarae l"e,r Know.cugc o i..c x,u is the lirst mining camp in this county; language before a group of Amen to wheel into line and proclaim in I cans. Judge Sweeney continued the " " i American." this motto being painted j on the boarding house. j ! Superintendent Peach, a visitoi ' Thursday, stated that he heartily en-j dorsed this movement, and woultti firmly stand by that principle in the; future, so far as selecting employees,! and in any other manner deemed ex- pcdient. Aside front that laudable action taken, Mr. Peach also stated it should be so clastic as to expand and include everything e sc m indus-1 try to be giltcdgc m Americanism.; Lvcry miner of the above camp sub-, scribed generously for Liberty Bonds, and with a consistency to be ad-chargc Mr. Case also stated he mired, each is desirous to have hto,, after rc,urn ; Jun alsQ dollar in action to help win the war. tafec OVCf a adjoininR propcrty( con. even if it is necessary to melt the! sohda,;nR ,,oth holdings and amend Sl,vcr '"to bullets. ,,. California articles of incorpora- pnfAL AIR ACCIDENT 1 t'on to include his Arizona interests. OMAHA. Msiv 2. Two soldiers' A Kas'ne power plant is to bc in wcrc burned to death and 18 men ! sta'led and auto trucks introduced, burned seriously when a captive ob-l Uc v,s,.tor IS wel1 P'wscd wnth the serration balloon of the Cacquot ! ab,ovc "1ln"al country, and incident typc exploded tonight at thc Florence ' al.'; a1".red Prescott, which he will field army balloon school at Ft. 1 v,sit .aBaln later w,th hls mfc. re Omaha, according to a statement by ' ma,n,nS for a fcw ccU Col. H. B. Horsey, the post com-j For qu;ck and art,stj(. Job WOffc mani,ant- the Journal-Miner is the place. fl JfSB !i!J"f 1 l L fel IIl3 K. S?JJlL.IH St K N DUES FROM 10 RHUS ; UNITED VERDE EX. AND JEROME-VERDE COPPER CO. ARE MADE DEFEND ANTS IN PERSONAL IN JURY SUITS. (From Friday's DaKy.l Two more personal injury cases ( were filed against Yavapai county r copper firms in the Superior court here yesterday, the United Verde Ex tension, and the Jerome-Verde corn- , panics being the respective defend- Robert Crcspo has entered suit against the Jerome-Verde, alleging; that he was badly badly injured while at work on that property and asking for damages in the sum of $15,000. Thc complaint states that the plain tiff was at work on January 21, 191S in a drift on the 1000-foot level, dig ging out rock. A large piece of rock became detached from thc roof and fell, striking Crcspo on thc right foot and ankle, and badly injuring these members. He alleges that he has been permanently disabled and asks the amount of damages mentioned above. The United Verde Extension is asked to come acros with damages to the extent of 15,000 for injuries which wcrc sustained by Nick j Thomas, one of thc employees of thc ' defendant cornoration. thc man hav- ing been injured on thc property on February 26th last. Thomas states in t.:. n.r.i; u l, t,-ic hnn fr- jers. . Will Sell Mining1 Stock L. B. Wctmore, administratrix of 'each. Freed From Faithless Wife Robert T. Sherlock of Jerome was yesterday granted a divorce from Scytha Sherlock, thc plaintiff having shown to thc court's satisfaction that thc wife had at divers times enter tained her male friends in a wav j which was not in conformity with the principles of the Seventh Com mandment. Mr. Sherlock took, thc stand during thc .morning and tolit Judge Sweeney how he had come home suddenly on the night of De- ccmbcr A, and found a strange man 11. company with the wife. Sherlock said that he had left his tape measure at home accidentally, and when he re. po"-.kncw. The interloper beat a hast. retreat, leaving pieces of his ward robe laving about the Sherlock home. some time it was halted because of , pja;njff haJ offered as documentary , . f , . ,. ' dissolution of the marriage contract .'which he and Gertrude had entered into several years ago. ceverai ici- ers written in thc German language were offered and when the court made an effort to have them translated, none of thc court attaches could read the letters or at least did not care to , -r 11 case until tlie piaintin can prour.ee . . . r--t. in.- 1: someuouy wno iccis ..kc muB .c epistles. " CALIFORNIA MINER CLOSES DEAL IN SOUTHERN YAVAPAI rrr. t?-za. t-.:i.. i A T Case a m;n; man"of GraSs Va j.f was a brIef vishor terdav. returning to the coast, and trtci, hc had tafcen an optjon 0 thc 5corpion Rroup ; Bjue Xanks d;s. trict work to begin at once ; a pre. ,;IIlInary lnanncl ivith t,le owners, Char,es Trent afd M- , AIrarer ;