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r c- . vr ti small task, believe from Sergeant X. X. Thompson, 01 ..jn cjoej i . .a Vcnezia, and is beautiful for its tonct. . ... " ' .. Arizona Mining Boys at Camp Meade, Are Pleased They Are Still Remember ed by Friends at Home (From Saturday's Daily) i bunch of various sports and a base- rizona miners with the 27th En- ball game out of which C Company ginccrs at Camp Mcadc, Maryland, , camc out mostly victorious. I am every one of whom is a volunteer, I m charge of one of the company's acknowledge the receipt of a 100-",c.ss and aI1 tIlc "oys arc very well nonnil l.ov of tolmrro trnt from Satisfied with what they get to Cat. Trescott a 'short time ago in the fol-; don't know whether that is my lowing appreciative tone, and each I J?"" r 's due to the fact that Uncle desires to extend his thanks to those K,vcs me Picniy io ao witn. who so liberally contributed to this ! Anyway I like to think that I am J T 7 I . i . I . . movement. j uo,"S '"i Miarc io Keep mc ooys 1 nnnpttlpc cnlichiliml Hint c n me. ant to say a word the loval spirit manifested. ! . i- ri - '.. . 1, i e . t arc doing. There is no scctanan- To say that the box of tobacco ;sm ; ;t But they distribute writing so generously sent to mc for the' f comc aroumj tQ thc Arizona boys enlisted m the 2th!;OIs bunk houses and distribute pa Engirteers was hcartib" appreciated as we M st and wrf ; would be putting it mildly, not only nialcrials BCcraIIy. At the various because me touacco use u is "cmg,,,,,, of wh;ch thcrc arc c, d enjoyed by all the members of the, tribmed throughout the camp, thcrc Apzona contingent and some of their jarc kcpt ape lnaKazincS( a library friends but the receipt of the tclc-la of wh;ch arc loancd frcc 3m, gram fo lowed by the arrival of the thev arc do; a t cducat!onal box itself indicated more than any-worj. thing else could that while we arc I . gone wc arc not forgotten. Wc alii Anzonans at Meade of us who are shortly going across,! Sergeant X. X. Thompson, Daniel thank our Arizona friends who so j ay. George 15. Swasey, E. P. Lynch, finely 'came acros,' and we wish I G- C. Hart, U . E. Vernon, Martin particularly to express our apprccia- Yearns, R. M. Lamont, J. Dorothy, tion to the staff of the Journal- X. Ashcraft, Bud X. Usher, A. S. Miner, who so bravelv took the lead ancc, Din Buncich. Wilson C. Rich in going over the top of the 'tobacco! ardson, Dan Doherty, II. A. Coy, J. trench.' More power to vour edi-J; Funncy, James F. Hughes, L. V. torial elbow. 1 Carothcrs, E. S. Stein, Dick McDon- "Ordcrs for 'B and 'C com-1 ald.E. B. Crouch, Andrew Olscn, II. panics in which most of the Arizona , LaForce, Lee Estcs, R. J. West, men arc billeted, to join 'A' com-: ccy Jones, Tom Burke, X. C. Wells, pany, which is already 'over there,'! t .larmoni, j. i,. vuuricyj Davis, arc expected now within a very short Scrgt. . B. Owens, Mills Adamson, time. Before this letter readies you.lJ- iariv. iscri v-oricu, i. i. is.ay. many of the boys may be on the high R- Makclson, E. W. McCarty, Ed seas on their way to do their part i Echcrards. Tom Spaulding, Mason towards hunting the Hun in his lair, i Frank, John Moody, E. C. Manser, J. This, of course, in the nature of . Lcvcnski, Joe L. Martinez, William things is entirely problematical, but, Carnctt, AValdo Lee Clark, P. J. all indications point to our receiving ; Pugh, "Wild Bill" Monahan, James orders, as engineers arc particularly! B. Hay, Sergt. Pete Russell, James needed in France at this time. Ccr-' Ellis, C. Comfort, A. L. Mona, Ben tainly, wc arc all standing on our toes j H. Spiller, O. Groves, Bob Blair, F. hoping that the orders to embark will! HL Mason, Hubert Rowe, Herbert comc soon. j Kemp, Garfield Strem, Ralph Brandt, "Modesty almost prevents telling' C. W. Dcmpsey, Pete McDonald, R. you of the compliments the cngi-;V. McAllister, George Billiard. F. C. necrs receive on their ability to fit i Hcckman, Anthony Pana, Edward themselves into military life and the . McDonald, Ernct B. Morrow, D. C. comparatively short time it has taken Rodgcrs, Geo. D. Ross, L. Bcrta, them to be made into real soldiers. William Wcismaill, E. M. Sanders, J. But the fact is that it is generally rcjj. Ufhcil, Gilbert McDonald, Edgar marked not only by our own officers Morrow, R. P. Kingsbury, J. Chcspa, but throughout the service that the Charles Elliott, F. R. Boyd, Jr., men from the west and particularly 1 George Arringdale" A. W. Abraham, those from the mining communities Tony G. Styner, A. I. Jacoby, Robt. are whipped into shape much more" E. Morrow, Coleman Connelly, quickly than any other class of rc-' George Denis. Ernest Wolschlcgcl, emits that are being received at thc'R. H. Fredcrickson, W. C. Crawford, various cantonments. Yesterday B , H. E. McPhcrson, Thomas Aninsco, company had a ten-mile hike with Tom Preston. Robt. E. Harris. J. D. full pack, and despite the heat, which Bcthinc, Noah W. Wilson, J. C. Du wc naturally feel much more keenly gat, Frank Whipple, Charles Clark, because of the great humidity, all the Thomas Moore, L. Jensen, Ed Heffcr 'Hassayampcrs came back smiling. 1 man, F. A. Ohlbar, J. R, Champagne, full of pep, with head up and chins ' E. A. Eide. George Davis, Jas. H. in, all singing 'We're going over' and Pollock, Hugh J. MacPhcrson, 'W hat ihc hell do wc care.' We arc, Charles I.ndwig, A. W. Hollcngs, J. certainly some bunch even if wc, j C. McEachron, L. X. Howard, A. R. who shouldn't, do say it, and tlie i Brousscau, John DcLong, Jas. M. morale of the entire regiment cannot Hurley, William Dclcamp, Matt be better indicated than by this inci-' Casey, John J. Finncgan, Jack Wil dent. i liams, A. L. (Shanks) Burns, II. A. "Of course wc are working hard to ; Davis, get into shape. But then we arc all, . used U that even if it i a little hit ! SLAV SLACKERS diFcrc.it. But there are no com- ARE TURNED LOOSE plaints, unless it be the fact that our' enforced training delays our being (From Saturday's Daily.) shipped to France immediately in or-. T,c number of prisoners held in dcr to take active part m the latest the Prescott hoose gow will be lcs Bochc advance. Wc are all so anx-!.cncd bv 34 at ten o'clock this liiorn ious to get on the firing line that wc i,ig, at which time the band of Rus sonc times get impatient over the; s;an slackers who have been locked fact that wc have got to be trained,, !( j,j,ice iast August on charges ot first before wc can take our places , failing to register, will be given the . 1 . It Ml . 1 ... . . . in tne ircncnc.s. iu h nei iuuc gate and will head lor their Jiomcs though now very shortly if indications !Ilcar Glendale. The Russians were do not fail, and that the 27th Engi- sentenced to one year in jail, but the necrs will give a good account of!SCI,tcifcc was cut down to 10 months themselves need necr for a minute (by good behavior, be in doubt. The spirit and snap the; "Yesterday evening in celebration of men arc putting in their preliminary their pending discharge from the work is the bet indication in thci prison, the men all put on clean shirts -world of what they will do when they! and had a feast, the stunt having get in the front line. The boasted j been accompanied by much chanting Silverman of the Hun has no terrors, an,i MnBiI1;. .H of the men have for the 'Hassayampers.' I their belongings packed up and ready "Sergeant Pete Russell is in fine to vliip south on this afternoon's shave. He will soon be made top j train. While it was believed that sergeant of his company, if all signs, cjgilt of the men who had some time don't fail, for he is one of the best I afr0 refused to fill out questionnaires soldiers in the regiment. He sends uouhl be re-arrested immediately Jus best regards to all his oiu-tuuc upon their release this morning, it office receipts have fallen off and the act isn't drawing worth a whoop. Sheriff Young and LTndershcriff Robinson will heave a sigh of genuine rf Hcf after the Russians have de parted, as the bunch has made more trouble for the jail officials by reason i of their "queer" beliefs that twice , the number of American prisoners would have caused. In the first place the Russians refused to eat any food which had been "contaminated" by being touched by anyone who was not a member of their own tribe. They demanded a certain diet and finally the jail officials let several of them out and detailed them to do the cooking in their own particular fashion. ' Having solved the eating problani, the Russians then began to make a KKiirtii rrt rM-r-r iiiuh mm LAST MONTH tion of 76,000.000 pounds is a real 'victory for fh'e Arizona irifrfer's', as! well as a proof of the vital necessity tor putting out and keeping out the Wobbly and all other German tpropa gandists and aids from the highest to. the lowest. Xot a pound of Arizona copper, incidentally, has gone into anything but war products in morcj than six months; it goes straight to the war usage divisions. BISBEE, June 7. Following is the table of production for Arizona copper mines for the month of May. Arizona Copper Co 4,130,000 j., CATTLE MARKET KENTUCKY GE RICH AS WHISKY PRICES SOAR TSlFIGHTERS TAKE VERYREAOiLYTO Special CorrespondencH. LOUISVILLE, June 8.War and Kentucky whisky have produced number of millionaires. The story of its accomplishment forms an inter esting chapter in present day his- them. For a time these requests ! Vagina Copper Co. were granted, but finally so many! Miami Copper Co... r,i,. jc. a,:, n: a rwi nan cl ;! kaxsas city stock yards.', otot trouble by their requests that j , ;ration c Co - J06300W June 3.-LattIe market had a stronger. Eight months ago distillers were ineir rciauvcs who came io sec iiiciu . - r r -- ,- rnnw. ' icnucncy louay lonowing a small au-i ,. ,. flip nrncnri-t nf min -is be allowed to sleep in the jail with I.. rL r- nnn'nnn I vancc Thursday and Friday, top beet , tIIC rcslt of enforced closimr of 100 000 ?.S ' re,cc,Pts n-uuu ea,a-i their plants for a period of two years nog:, were imicn wanico. especially . aml thc aggressive advance of the by packers, sales a to la higher, top , prohibition movement. Today, $16.33, receipts 9,000 head. Sheep , tir0lIgIl whisk- price advancement, sold 23 low-cr goats 23 to 30 lower, acc0rding to statements made in thc top lambs ?20.2s receipts 11,000 head. Lou;sviiie wholesale liquor district, i3r ritu .... ... .. . Ray Con. Conner Co 8.100.0001 practically all have become well to Sasco Smelter A. S. & li.) 1 400 00oj tl ev a so c like' r- -r , bcc" thr,,s.t mto ,hc Slnnnnn Conner Co SO9 000 . adancc, but they also act UKe.ilonairc ciass About twenty men in C.rrWPr;r"rV SiT'Z thcy. llc?dcd cat.tIc:. .TI,C "PP'y of Louisville alone arc said to have be- . -ww!'!'. i trnnn trrl trtr i nclif nnrt it ispoml t.i... i f .i Upitcd Verde Copper Co. 6,575,000 j f."" bccf cattle should hold' r.C5Uii "l J" United Verde Ex 4,100,000 IaI0; 2 cc. of aPProxately $20 per gal ;wUUj. ..0 vw..-.ion, in whisky prices since scptcm signuicnib louuy, anu uKianuiuu grusa bcr I last year. cattle arc starting pretty trcciy.' One man. long identified with thc Colorado still has a few good pulp!w,isky business, said that 'whisky cattle to come, thc best steers herc.ou.ners and dealers who have held . . 5,100,000 relatives began coming up from Phoc-j"v l-orn.e'.,a PPcr trXV nix every dav or so that thc jail .,u, hi-' -,wv.,Uw accommodations would no longer per- j Phclps-Dodgc (Bisbcc- mit such arrangements for "bedding T,,D?ug,is), :Z' ,-CZ !, "fU-c" nr,1,i neips-jjougc ..iorcncir. i.mi.wu to keep out of thc way and patronize the hotel keepers when bed time came instead of trying to mooch lodgings off thc county. x At thc time the questionnaires were i . ,i .i.. i...f A. S. & R. Copper from An nave uuiiuiil; 4j viu itiiii iii.iii, uiu; , - t tfin f-u when reminded that they would get , zna 4or.c. raso piaiu. i.. another year or so in jail if they Donn Anz. Copper Co 264,307 didn't sign up, they changed thcirPI,sccllanc0,IS cus,onl sI"P- . minds and all but eight of themj ",e.,s ..": today, being of that class. Xot many 1 ,unni:Pc h,vc ma,i IllonP.. so rac 'pi. rx ww 3 r;'JWic!,oicc coming. BtcherjtIiat- thcy hardly know what to do Tl" . nf AriTnna ntrulitrlinn ' 5, V. J t il i ' With it. OnC of tl.C.n. l.C Said, has :,t this time arVoraViicuia7inc7: fA 1 -"jmade arrangements to provide an signed thc blanks. It is the recreant i eight who arc now in imminent dan ger of arrest shortly after thcy gain thiir freedom today. HYLER HARD HIT WHEN BADGER LOST FIGHT (From Saturday's Daily) "Dutch" Hylcr may know some thing about busting bronchos, but is p. little shy on badger fighting tactics. He fell down yesterday afternoon at Uuffncr's stables before an audience of about 300 people, when he pulled thc string and lost $200 in cash. Fre est and information because thcy give emphatic disproof to claims made by the I. W. W. defense in Ciicago and in the recent message of the governor of Arizona to thc nuities for certain of his older era- Stockers and seeders iployccs. Highly bred stockers and tecders' pPin;irc cnv tir consumer must arc holding up steady but thc lower ! settle thc bill and that ovcr-thc-bar grades arc 30 cents under ten days , customers are not only paying more ago. well bred white lace ycarnngs ln cas, ,n many CIties, but arc getting special session ot the cgisiaturc ujarc sc,iing up to 513, but some pretty Icss for their money. "SJlV:"" Louisville plant had 30.000 " jiu.ivj ...ww ... today, riesiiy iceuers arc selling up barrels when nrices besran soarintr refusing employment in the copper tQ $. p,ain fccders a d $l2L5a jffX 0wnCrs terSod il KCt2r Pnces are expected on all rcalize a prolu of about 53,525,. '"" if . 1 J Rrades 01 stocKcrs anu iceuers in uic.ooo. Another disti Icr is reported to d.sts was camouflage used for the future. , ba , - ' purpose of putting competent men Woir ' i.t 1.:... f: L-r rv ceding this tournament he was neatly! of union ampliations out of the Statc. Order buyers and speculators still another "it is said had' ''ioOO - . 1 1 1... t r r t 1 1 in iv 1 n 1 cr: itenmen 1 1 t t . t i - i. - t . . - ' . - imiuuiiLui u ui. . laiuic. - - oneneu IHC marKCl 3 10 IU niKiiti, l.nrrrls now worth Nl' J.7 Silll rp who incidentally covered his bet be ! Ihc increased production ot metal ; ,,51,5.50 for middle weight hogs. othcrs are rcl)orted to have holdincs . .1 1 1 . 11 . . 1 tKAtivit iicrnntitnfr in,. .irnir nun iiif-i. . . . . .1 r ... . a l 1 1 iiug anu uiMM, wen iui the visitor from Wyoming an oppor tunity to nrotect his interests bv permitting mm to twist the string' "JS1- ' iMlu ' I top to packers, $Iq.33 tor hogs weign - ,,K) aonc into shape that thc nocturnal crca-i "lauiiics mai u.L- iuu.. ui . uui ' , ;g 255 lbs. Real hca-weights up Atanv smali dealers who held from turc would have tun swing at tncH"c -3"- ii , to S16.30. lights 510.43. bulk ot sales inn to ?on J.nrrrl in.-. canine. Hylcr is of fine physique j rectly or by being given to under- $6 25 ,() $16 50 L;gllt hogs llavc from i0O0O to S20.000 each. The in- anu in ins muscular cnori nc puncu b-' .dropped bacK to last place in uic Seated holdings of thc men and firms the string too viciously and the dog iei.i wtwusc nu-uuma,., icc ljst( a rcason for Wnich is, that accrejatc annroximatc . - rr l l i nccncntintic -irrt ttT rnimu'icn t . r " . . - . notwithstanding the draft and tlie!IllIt packers BOt out cariy and of- wIl;cIl wouid' nct ,hcm $2,35O,O0O each withdrawal ot many skilled men to fcrcd stiff competition, which resulted or a total profit of $n750.obo. One government contract work at higher i; n fr,i,r n.lnnrr of cents, with .i-i : :.i V-' i :nn miitrv 1 t V .. V , ' . 1 utaiti is suiu lu utdicu -,.w,- won out in a jiffy. Thc badger was all in before it started, and thc finish to the job was .over in a few min utcs. assocMiiuns, at hoi i-uiiu:itiii .anv rassv j; ,t IlOCS arc coming, f t,;cL-,- f,tv.,..,n.m1!c itriLnrc tii!irli licc 1 r I titoti 1 til t fnr - rr C 1. ' . -. - b .some as low at dia.vu louay. oioc v 1. ! 1 IflAfVUt II ..!!. the most part bums and vagrants or; ". Fridaysales U,, curned'hcy "h the I. W. . ranks who occupied ,i.. at S15.7S to S16.33. i mr.v..i ?;nify(i m-,.. i,i,t. in luoKing over me gory scene mis j iutu nun- nm. iiuim.i.u i.n. y-- anecp ana uunos i ing their stock for even higher prices is what he said: "I'm a sucker of thc j per districts by building disaffection V0olcd lambs arc about all in. one The rep0rt of the internal revenue rankest hue. To think of coming . among workers instead of earning,, ot ,olIay seling at $20.25. Clipped .department shows there were in band down to Arizona with a gilt-edge their pay. 1 he benefits attained to iambs arc worth up to $17.00 and na-j jn tnc Tjn;tc,i States on July 31 1917, reputation as a cute sport and to fall 1 industry through getting rid of thcmit;ve spring lambs up to $19.25. Ari-, 193 573 000 "allons of whisky. Of tor such a game, is enough to mate are piain in me nigiier copper uuipui, zona feeding Iambs 3U lbs. average, at:,i,;s total there was in Kentucky 10S onc feel like cancelling all broncho ' attained with a lesser number 01,5,4 50 Goats sold to killers today , 321,723 gallons. March 1, of this doings and trek back to Denver. Ijmcn in most of the districts. Jat g.60 to $8.75 for best Angoras, year. thcre was in bond in the United thought -I had been around some and Improved Conditions , an,i up to $8.85 to country buyers, "states 178,404,000 gallons and in seen all tricks of thc trade but this Included in causes for the higher 1 Mexican goats $6.75 to $7.50. Kentucky at that time there were old stunt on a new one places mc production of copper is freedom 01 1 ' ' 1 98.492.000 callons. thus showintr a in the moss-back arena. I had bet ter stick to thc broncho and leave the badger alone, or else people back home will report mc for drafting to . ...... ! , I n..n T- T TT T r the workers 111 the industry ironi ins-. twb tir. u.n rv'ninl in the country during that turbance and worry on and off shut FROM VERDE VALLEY iod of xmi gafIons ntl a at the hands ot pro-German agita-, (decrease in Kentucky of 10,829723 tors who a year ago were keeping' (From Sundays Daily) ,nc get mc in line to train tip as a real them 111 a state ot uneasiness and un- Xorman, thc ll-ycar-old son of .Mr.' l,cn ,lt. iaw dosing distilleries lighter. 1 must go at once to a rest witn unceasing argumcnis, : :lIui .Mrs uranville fain, 01 uamp , !)CCaie cfrt.ctivc it was estimated clothes cleaner. Good-bye until thc fourth of July, boys." ARIZONA TO GET CREDIT PHOEXIX have all ot the Llass 1 men threats and forecasts of trouble; and Verde, had a close call troin serious, lcrc was a su , whic, wou,(, ,ast because among all loyal employers injuries a few days ago, when thc .-,.- v.rc ,, . ,,, -,. and employees there is greater rcal-.i,orsc he was riding went oyer the (lrawal ratc w,,;ch b 'an ,h;s s ;n ization of the necessity made by the ton of a Inch ridge and in falling this c,:,,i : ,.,:n , t, , FOR ALL CLASS 1 MEN war period for their maximum en-, young man fractured his left arm near, than a ycar. Durin" March there was w" 7 Vot nnlv . CaVOri '" , c,,nrsc OI , , J ' tI,e s,10,,Illcr-, and son at uieltakcn from bond morc than 10000 r 1 - . "ihavc conic shoulder to shoulder in time were driving some livestock 1 qqq Kajions Class 1 men in An-J 1 ;iu.rv Itoiwlc mul on rnm-lr ... i. .,..,;nc iml vlint frirrht- . . r." .... zona been exhausted in previous calls on looti in tlc ranks of Liberty cnctI thc horse to 'cause it to lcap;wI ;a,y i.ftond ranged fro."C 50 to 10 t!i colors, which is the rcason 1 ,. ...t .. , c-;. 1 ... ..... - 1 ! 111 '""A" irnm u 10 INSURANCE MORE THAN SIXTEEN BIL LION DOLLARS WRITTEN ON THE LIVES OF THE SAILORS AND SOLDIERS OF UNCLE SAM. '60 cents a gallon. Later in thc fall to the colors, which is the rcason , L Kcd Cross anJ war savings .1 bank ;s ,lot known. For tlitL: knto u"ic itrt inrliwlrM I in f 1a fnll i 1 . . . 1 n -o", c ; tunately a G arK-uaie stage was ncaroj it rose to $10,00. At this record price ani.ounccd in ash ngton tor uu.- Copper Costing Morc j which had broken down, with three distiller sold annroximatelv 75 - 000 men to be entrained between Notwithstanding employment ot w0,cn aboard who assisted in first Jj , , Z price "stand at Jt nc 24 and June 2k. but there is j fcwcr IIlcn in nlost of thc districts. ' am rclicf. They remained with thc sTo5 tier cnllon stands at .111 aiMiuH iuugy.1 Liciiu ui mul u ; dllc t() an(j thc attraction ot,l,0v until Mr. Fain returned trom men, this number having been fur nished from this State to thc various departments of thc service. WASHINGTON. June S. Morc than $16,000,000,000 insurance on thc lives of morc than 1,800,000 soldiers and sailors already has been written by the Bureau of War Risk Insur ance. That is said to be morc insur ance, all written since thc middle of last October, than is today on thc books of thc twenty largest life in surance companies in thc world. Alt kinds of problems have been met with in achieving this gigantic task, ac cording to information furnished to congress by Thomas 1J. Love, assist ant secretary of the treasury in charge of the bureau, and other offi cials. The war risk law provided for pay ment of family allowances and allot ments and for administration of a compensation insurance law applica ble to 2,000.000 risks and for the writing of this insurance on the lives of a possible 2,000,000 soldiers and sailors. Thc applications for allow ances and allotments of the soldiers ind sailors' pay had to be obtained from thc ends of the earth to which those in war service have been scat tered. From December 20 until thc beginning of this month the bureau mailed out 2,300,000 individual checks "o families of dependents in thc L'nitcd States, approximately $60,- '100,000 has been paid out in allow ances and allotments; and in addi tion many thousand claims for com Densation have been made, some paid and othcrs disallowed. More than 95 per cent of thc sol diers and sailors listed at thc bur- au have taken thc insurance and ap olications for it have conic in at a daily rate involving from $50,000 to 5100,000,000 of insnrance during the Tast month. A clerical force of bout 4,300 people is employed bv the bureau in thc work. A bill is now pending in congress favorably re ported by the house interstate com merce committee, amending the law n a number of details,, providing for instance that automatic insurance shall be payable to the mother .vhethcr dependent or not and to the father as well, and making other broadening features in the interest erf the soldiers nearest of kin. Bureau records show that thcrc arc 1,062,091 application blanks returned on which the man states he has no de pendents of anv kind. There is a surprisingly large percentage of those men who do have dependents, the first knowledge of whom the bureau !carns when thc dependents write in information. 'One of thc surprising developments s the number of complaints that thc bureau is getting "from men who have asked exemption from their wives or who claim they have no wives.'' In one city recently Com missioner Ncsbit, of the bureau, has advised-congress, he recently sent an investigator to look into 33 cases where men had claimed exemption I'rom their 1 wives and said they did not know thc wives were living. Thc bureau located 31 of the 33 wies within a week and the government has absolute evidence that many of these men knew where their wives were. Thc men did not want the wics.-to get thc money. In thc course of thc testimony re cently given before the house com mittee Paymaster General Cowic, of friends in Prc-cott and hopes thc next time he communicates with them all, it will be from the trenches in France. was stated yesterday evening by thc officials that no word had yet conic from thc federal authorities to hold the eight, and thcy would accordingly "In this connection, I want also to 1 be turned loose. It was thouuht say .1 word about our officers. We .likely, however, that thc charges all think we hac the finest bunch 01 1 ..VOuld be filed against the Russians superiors in thc camp. Thcy couldn't j after they had returned to their be fairer and even when sonic of thc homes. boy. got a little extra duty for some, The Molokanas, who arc religious i..ii. or infraction of thc military rules j fanatics, were sentenced in the United and w c all slip up once in a while I States court at Phoenix early in the sting is taken trom thc work by. August of last year because thej had refused to have anything to do with the draft registration .which was held m June, 191. All of thc men cidedly satisfactory. reason of tin- fact that wc all know wc arc getting a square deal. They are crv annroachable and a man is aluas carefully listened to whenever of thc colony who were within thc he has a legitimate request or kick to! draft age were sentenced to a year in make. I am glad to say thcrc arc 1 jail, all of then: chosing prison rather t I .... I ... . . ..... I . . -. It.', . I ........ . . . . . .. lew 01 me laui-r. just a iiesi:iii wc man to rccistcr. Willie incv nave 'A Kirv line ti. .Moscow l is r-re all in quarantine because of a been i-onliued in jail in Proscott thc j patch to the llaas agency here says ilw cases 01 the measles, but it will linen have dailv gone through thcirlthat I-orcmn Minister I rsitchcr has sent a wireless to Ambassador Jof- hinher wages on government ,con-! Cu'inn Verde with Dr. Taylor, who ' tract work, and the output of morc ' sct thc fractured arm and took him, St'l? .jySSaVti ytyvl i !.. -rr '.t copper thc latter is nevertheless cost-' home. He is severely but not danger- 8?''" "Ci o aq a la ine proxosi 111ars11.11 gtiitrai au-; Ing ingher in every district in the oulv injured, and will be at home , ifrom Friday s Ussiy.i nuls that w-c have a credit of 32 on State tlan a ycar ago Thc advance' for a few weeks to meet friends. 1 "Chicago has lost its fascination reconi in ins omce, sam i.oionii of 25 j)cr cent in freight rates will The Ladies' Missionary society of for mc, with its commonplace sky- the navy, declared that in the exeep- ......v.-, ... " add turthcr to costs, which have Camp Verde has departed trom a set scrapers that have become hackneyed j tional cases where naval officers do yesterday. Jut wc really have a stCadilv gone up as supplies have ad-, rule in not having any around but the :n name and of no interest any more not snnnort ttiIr families ttrv nrp great many more than that boinc vancej to new ficures. ! "women folks" when there is an en- to those who live therein." 'aid T. to .to tn.vm- ;,Hv l,nt tune ago we convinced Lroxvdcr that- Thousands of Owners i tcrtainment scheduled for religious R. Jump, vestcrdav. who is identified six weeks ago a wife called at the wc should have a credit of 00U more Although few Arizona producer! Work. by stepping to the side and with the Economy Fuse Co., and who nav department about failure of than the aslungton hgurcs gave us. Javc rc(uccj their rates of dividends ( permitting a male to be present. Thc is visiting Arizona for thc first time, support and "inside of fifteen min- c will have to do the same thing to thc more than 75,000 share owners ! occasion was in having Rev. Acnff with Joe A. Sines, traveling rcprc-1 ntes." said dmiral Cowie ."that ccn- ilgam. the nronirtie; rrilnrtions nrn nrnli-l in-ictr of ..rimes. I fe milled off i-ntitivf of t li r Illinois I'lnrtri. fn t .1 . ....... .... fA,,n !.., I.. 1 1 ..-w, - t ( ' 1 -' ..... . r . . w ..... - 'v..... " 1 1 1 r 1 1 .1 1 1 1 l r . l i L ..ulii ili.li . t i l ii - an interesting puzzle 111 his big fat and a native-born Anzonan. Mr. looked out for her in proper order Hen'' feature. This event proved Jump, figuratively speaking, jumps ! and inside of three days I had an popular and was given at thc home 01 awav from the big city to thc bigger , allotment in mv office from him." . . ' 1 11" iT.l.t Tl....l... '.i - . 4 .. i r . ." . . inese men ornnun "',B''!,UV but a short time ahead no creiiu, auueu voiunei iiunis, "arc the Arizona incn who have been inducted into the service in some other State." Arizona will have a few more Class accounls creatcti ; ,;!, ,nctai I social' on Thursday. June 20. when j this is the way he expresses his ad- bv Representative Rayburn of Texas. 1 nun alter the -WW or more joung rjct rf Current earnings on 23'A thc doors will be thrown wide open , miration of that marclous creation:! a member of thc interstate corn men who registered on Wednesday.' . - . , . , - ..... i..l. :-i ct.,l o., ,,,1 nntn,l to :.. 1 -,- 1 1 1 ceni meiai nave 1101 uecu sumcicni 1 i.n. ....j, v , .111-1,1; .wiiiiniiii.:. are classilied. these men having bc-.l-,-"l "'' "" jhuiuu i , r ! ,. , ... . f 1...... s of i.,ut 1 to v. i 1 -V- v. 1 .rv - 1 1 . v v. jtiii, ' 1 i.i... Iii pro , tccting the securities of thc investors I and the nrolit carnimr wane of the .worker, thc Conner nroduccrs have! Mrs. Frank Wingficld on Thursday. ' thing in Arizona in the Grand Can-i The war risk amendments are be ibecn obliged to draw upon thc sur-'Thc society is to give an ice cream' j on, which he visited last week, and ing handled on thc floor of thc house plus accounts created in high mctai1 social1 on J price days. Current earnings on 2Z'- thc doors w cent metal have not been sufficient to lioth sex. pay. in other words. xear. According to word from Wash-mii established when copper was iiigton, these registrations arc to be1;""0""11 26 CCntf a"y ".lorc ,tl,a t,c' held every three months hereafter, thus furnishing constantly a few more men for Class 1. the divi- 'r- and Mrs. Clevc Cox have ar-'make it a week. I thought wc ini rived from the Mogollon mountains Chicago were going some when wc . r- r 1.. :...i. ...... . ' ? .1. . - OA ' io remain ai aiuji i nuc imiiiiuiiti; . weni up mio ine air wiiu a -u-sioryi INDIAN MEETS SISTER oiv-ini' in Hie noor Ilea It 1 ol .Mrs. Cox . 400-fnnt biiildimr. hut when the situa- included in thc musicians ot thc Il.le UVtll KUtl LU J.llllg llUlKtl " - -,, . . , . . ' , -L. 1 f 1 t tt 1 1 the dividend he gets 'with his wages and daughter, Josephine, who will he, tion was reversed and Arizona camC13.Sth infantry band which played . - i . .i i. . .....l..r tli. -nr.- of tho ilnr-tor. ! nlomr bv lmi-int the nnds i(Xlfl feet here on Friday niirlit. Vas a Navaio j cents auove ine marKCl price oi ; ." - . . . .... ...... -c ---- 1 - , " , ' ,. , , - the metal at '3'- cents. It was thc There is very much rejoicing deep into thc ground, it is like a Indian lad, who had enlisted from ! ,: ' .!..TJ.!. l..i.i ...1.-.1 iliroiu'h the Verde on account of man nlavins draw uokcr with a pair this county. He had a younger sis- TnfT.TlTTTlllT. r T T TT r. I Uilirnil r. LUrrijK .I1K.UIIH UI'LlillUi?, lltlUUUIL??. tlllU r- . . . . . - ' .- - I , ,. t .. . . . . ' - . 1 : ...;.- ( . r . 1 i.tlm.r rt ... .I.-i irt-inn to . -. ronlIer ulio i n ivnrL'tnc on n rnnril 111 EARLY DAY PRODUCER insisted on a '0 cent rate ot pay tor. "'"' " , 2 . , " - ;- - IS AGAIN ACTIVE 'the workers when the metal price , alfalia hay stored in barns and out flush. 1 hat's about the comparison the vicinity of Cor.mllc, s0 miles was first fixed thc operators making! "f danger from ram. Had the usual j I didn t go down the Bright Angel t trom this city. hen the girl learned (From Saturday's Daily.) I it clear that o'n a less wa-c thc Ari-' 'rnis occurred on time this year, trail, for after taking a look over two or three days ago that her mm.. r '.i. . t i.:.... i t.i ...... .. r: ' tlip loss woiihl have been heavv. The I the mil. I will take nature's word , brother was coining to Prescott, she lilC iesIl,.llUM Ol Hie JlJM.-lMil.il:, . i u..a lU .u . . .". .1 1.-. C 1,.. I 1 ... .U .1 1 I. , I .,.,.! to romn tirro fnr Sitirc tlwii tin r 7nna I croii was uii;i;er iii.iu inui ui maniis iu mi. iitin. i ii.ni.- iiiti jinnj . ......p,w...-.. w... .....w roinier hohliiiL' situated near Senator, prolit. which attracted comment many years operators have been desirous of a year. . ... v ... ill Till rniiTicr iirirn "i"'1..1 v-i ...t,.. . ......... ... " .- . ii uuiu iiuiiiiii iiuiiiii uacs nigiier. that grade ore, is again occasioning attcn-' tion since F. M. Anderson has rc-' DEATH SUMMONS Wobbly Removal Did It Reviewing the general situation, it. (From Saturday's Daily) Arizonans in Chicago 'rubbering' up ward and now a Chicagoau has one put over on him in Arizona by just looking down. So I will have to a short visit, and managed to cocr the long stretch of country between The above-mentioned points. Be cause of the fact that thc brother and sinned ownership. I he old workings!;c ,.i,: i,.,- ...,.i t. I Mrs. C. A. Lrillcr, a visitor have been cleaned out and a crew derstandinir in all wavs' exist between ' Tucson with her husband and chil-i away from that frightful abyss.' is at work preparatory to beginning' employers and employees in Arizona dren, was called to her old home yes-, extensive development. So far as oh- than in many years, as thc increased terday, receiving news of the death of have my neck straightened back to lister had not seen each other for a from,;, normal angle again if I don't keep' long time, the officer in charge of SUES THE CONS. ARIZONA scrvations can be made in thc old ! copper output tells, and that removal workings mineral conditions arc dc-!f the U ol.bhes and their syiupathiz. MAY GIVE UP FLEET be up this week and many of thc fcl-! religious rites, the evening ceremony low s are looking for a pass to go to Washington or Baltimore thc end of the week. "Decoration Day wc had a visit jn.ni Congressman llaydcn ami Mr. Ict'luky. who mak; a short talk to the Arizona boys. We 'also had a having been a combination of danc ing, singing and chanting. When the bunch was first -brought here. Jailor 'Ben Powers had a nightly audience f interested people who visited Ihc jail to 'see the fanatics perform, but .1... .. .r . fre ers is largely responsible. Thev were the thorn making the trouble, regard less of what their champions through either misinformation, ignorance or wilful purpose to aid the enemy may say. It's For Guns and Shells And Arizona's copper is for thc a sister, Mrs. llirain Ju .Moore, at; Santa Cruz, Calif. Her death was: due to a nervous shock following an I accident when thc auto in which she1 was riding was struck by a train, all1 narrowly escaping. Mrs. Moore was to leave for Prescott the day follow ing to visit with her sister. Berlin announcing that the guns and shells needed in unchecked Bolsheviki government is ready to flow to combat the 1 1 tin tide. It surrender the Black sea fleet upon represents nearly half of all the condition that it be restored after available copper at that and is a rej pcace, the Germans to refrain from source that the kaiser has spent using .it. It also stipulates that the! great deal of inonev to cripple, in during the past few mouths thc box invasion of Russia stop at once. the light of which the May product TURKS BURNED OUT AMSTERDAM. June 7. Fifty thousand people arc homeless as thc result of it fire in Slamboul, the Mo hammedan section of Constantinople, according to a Berlin report. he ltand agreed to allow the Indian hoy to remain here until Monday so that he could have a chat with the girl, and the musician will join thc band at Cedar Glade on that day when the organization starts on its way northward. CAN'T BE DONE (From Saturday's Daily! John Egich yesterday filed suit in the Sticrior court asking for a judg ment of $5,000 against thc Consoli dated Arizona Smelting Company of Humboldt, the complainant alleging! ANNAPOLIS, June 6. "Germany that he was injured while at work can never win thc war. bhc could in a mine owned by thc defendant never win if her armirs inarched corporation, llgicll was at work on j simultaneously down the streets of February 6, 1918 in the Blue Well. ,:,,V a.ml Lo'ido". for America has mine, using a jack hammer. TIkm"" "? ,,f'' thoe forces that not . , f .i i ii all of the canon m the world can head of thc hamiiwr came off while, ki e,ementSi of jlls,;cc aml he was o-ruting it ami struck one of right and t( Hbertv that no conqueror his feet, breaking our of the toes- and roui jo,,- hoM prisoners." said Sec- ' necessitating a term in the hospital. 1 rttary Daniels in a speech here today.