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4WEEKEYi JOURNSL'-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1918. G0V.CAMPBELL1S HEREFORSHORT I FREST toms of the fierceness which is us ually characteristic of this handsome bird, he was not too savage to be petted. The bird was about the size of a full-grown rooster, but had claws and feet which looked as though they might belong to a bird as large as an ostrich. He was too oung to fly, and calmly occupied , a place on a wagon seat and ate j candy and other donations which a ! curious crowd handed to him. j The lad who owned the bird said I that the latter's favorite diet con- J sistcd of doves. The live birds EX-CHIEF EXECUTIVE ANDiw.cr,c fcd to "l",1. the cagIc. takIne ihe, uirus in one or nis large taions, canniy I biting its head off and then finishing i his meal in two or three bites. Once lOTFK PAW m'm IMi flfflli! n T MiPHW iuis.uu inuu unuii inut-ui vfiMiiu ulu i mnuniMLU1 COMPENSATION ARE HELD ON UNDER BAN OF REGULATIONS NEWCHARGE POLICE CHIEF FAMILY ARRIVE I N PRESCOTT, THEIR OLD HOME, ON WAY TO MOUN TAINS FOR VACATION. E. (From Friday's Daily) Former Governor Thomas Campbell, accompanied by Mrs. Campbell and their son Brodie, and Mr. Campbell's mother, Mrs. Daniel Campbell, have arrived in Prescott and will remain here for some time visiting among the old friends in their former home. The party made the trip from Phoenix in a car. Gov- Governor Thomas E. Campbell "Back Home" For Short Vacation crnor Campbell's oldest son, Allen, is expected here in a few days, and after a short stop here, he will go to Flagstaff, where he will enter the normal for a summer course of in struction. After remaining here for a few days. Governor Campbell expects' to go to Jerome for a stay of a day or in a wnne thc eagle liked a young chip monk feu to him alive, and on the whole was not very particular what was fed to him just so it was alive. The boys will make an effort to raise the eagle as a pet, but if it becomes too war-like and savage, it will be turned loose again and al lowed to go its way. ARIZONANS LONG TO BE BACK AT HOME (From Friday's Daily.') Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stivers write from Nagasaki, Japan, that they will soon return to the United States, to again make this section their home. Mr. Stivers entered the employ sev cral years ago of the military in a civil capacity and was attached to the quartermaster department and resided at the Island of Guam for three years. He was transferred to the navy in civil duties and for five years has been stationed at the above port in Japan. He closes the letter by saying: "Myself and wife are tired of the country and I am sick of the job Resigned four months ago and my successor is to arrive inside of a month, so I have been informed. The worst feature of this job is that we meet but few Americans, and owing to the habits of the Japanese we sel dom mingle with them. We want to be with home people and when we get back to God's country will leave foreign lands alone." Mr. Stivers is a cousin of. a United States army officer and entered military service at tort Whipple. UNITED CHINO TO CASE WELL IN A SHORT TIME (From Friday's Daily.") 'Drilling has been suspended by the United Chino Oil Co.. due to caving ground. It will be resumed just as soon as the well can be cased. A shipment of 14-inch and 956-inch casing left Los Angeles yesterday I The depth of the well is around so, and get in touch with old fripnds 750 feet. It is bottomed in a sand- in the big copper camp. It is Ins I stone lorination which, though hard, inipntinn lo take liife wife and son is fractured. At one place near the for an outing of several weeks in bottom there has been so much cay- thc White Mountains, after which mg mat uic lo-mcit noic is now six lhe nartv will return to Prescott. Mrs. feet across Campbell Sr. will make her home in! Twice the 40-foot string of tools this city for the summer, and is ex-j was lost and the last time the hole pectins, her (laughter. .Miss Lila, to "as so large mat tnc nsuing tool arnvc irom tempo in a lew days. Miss Campbell will remain in! the city until the opening of the '1918 school term, at which time she will go to Clarkdalc to take charge of one of the grades in the grammar schools. About August 1st, Governor Camp bell will be called to Chicago, where he will complete his testimony in the big Wobbly trial now going on there in the federal court before Judge Landis. " Tom, as the former chief execu tive is familiarly known in Prescott, will get busy in a political way late in August, and begin an intensive campaign in all parts of the State in behalf of his gubernatorial candidacy. From a tour of about 12 out of the 14 counties, Mr. Campbell has learned that the situation is far more favor-j able for bis election than it was dur-i ine; the campaign of 1916. and his 1 friends have signified their intentions of leaving no stone unturned in their efforts to get him back into the gov ernor's chair. Mrs. Campbell and Brodie will in all probability make their home in Prescott indefinitely, the lady's friends being very much delighted to learn that she is to remain here after an absence of three or fcyir years, during which time the family main tain cd a residence in Phoenix. passed by and was not stopped till it was within a few feet of the bot tom. Because of the fear that the tools would be permanently lost it was decided to discontinue drilling until casing can be put down. There arc indications that the sand stone overlies a strata of water. It is confidently expected that water will be struck within the next fifty feet. SUBSTITUTES MAY BE FOR FLOUR PRICED LOWER JEROME MAN IS HELD ON WHITE SLAVE CHARGE JEROME. June 13 Charged with white slavery. George Myers, an au tomobile and truck driver 41 years old, was arrested last night by Dep uty U. S. Marshal Harry Carlson. He will be taken to Prescott tomor row and turned over to the federal authorities there. It is alleged that over a month ago Mayers took Mrs. Myrtle Woody, 31 FLAGSTAFF, June 13. As a follow-up to the vigorous campaign instituted by the food administration for lower prices for substitutes a state-wide survey is being made for the purpose of obtaining front the wholesalers and retailers dehnitc hg urcs showing the cost and selling price of corn meal, milo maize flour and other substitute products. By this means it is planned to trace the profits from the time the raw material is taken in at the mill until it is handed out over the counter to the consumer. Certain definite percentages of profit will be allowed for each link in the chain of dealers and any excess over these fixed profits will result in prompt ac tion by the federal food authorities. Already prices of substitute com modities have begun to decline as the result of the activities of the food administration in this direction. Corn meal, for instance, which had been selling for as high as ten cents a pound retail has been reduced to a maximum of eight cents by one large establishment at Winslow. From various sections of the State comes word of minor reductions in this and other substitutes. Dealers arc warned that the re placement rule forbids them to in crease prices of food commodities (From Saturday's Daily.) One of the most important mcas tires to come before the voters of I Arizona this year will be that of thej proposed amendment to the consti tution of the State of Arizona to provide compensation for workmen i injured in hazardous employments, ! and for their beneficiaries and de pendents where death results from' !lrll Inlltrv ! UNITED STATES ATTOR NEY SWEARS OUT WAR RANTS CHARGING SLAVS WITH FAILURE TO SIGN THEIR QUESTIONNAIRES , (From Saturday's Daily) The sheriff's office here ycsterda The plan calls for State insurance. ' received word .iroin jiioemx mat iminlctpr,.,! i,,. i complaints against six ot tnc aioio administered by an industrial acci dent board appointed by the gov ernor, by and with the advice and con sent of the senate; providing that the employer shall pay a certain rate CITY AUTHORITIES PUT LID ON GAMING DEVICES AND WILL STOP PUNCH BOARDS, POKER AND linrrp ItnTlinrr Ic cldiiiprt nm-n ( ftin a.waiv,aa t'Ul -11 J . All Point of Rocks, and those- interested are also identified with the Prescott Farms Co. Mr. Bates for several years had been superintendent of the State Experimental Dry Farm, situated in that field, and in speaking yesterday of what is contemplated in this new movement, said: "I propose to reclaim every foot of the acreage set apart for fanning, and the success of the undertaking I have no doubt whatever. I made a suc cess for the State, and sec no reason why as an individual proposition like i results should not follow. In addi tion to farming my company also is VERDE HOSPTIAL DOCTORS SUED FOR DAMAGES f i: ii .i.. the department of justice through J, vt j'iwiuiii uu ilia ijuwuu llliu im;; it t . . , tt i rv - State indnstri:,! r fcnt f,,n,i ,i H- Langston, assistant United States that the Iniurr,! PmnlovPP cl.nl. 1,. 1 attorney, chargmg they had to engage in range cattle raisincr. making a combination of interests Which are decidedly alluring, when LADIES' BRIDGE PARTIES i condlt,ons are appreciated of a suc cessful outcome of the farming fca- ture, which is to be co-ordinated with (From Saturday's Daily) that of range cattle raising. This 'Chief of Police B. B Bloom ycs-movenicnt is to be a gigantic one, I tcrday afternoon injected a big bunch I iull' appreciate, and if I could make of gloom into the lives of the local : a success of a fifty-acre tract by dry business firms which have been oner-1 farming, I can sec no reason why lating slot machines of various sorts' tl,e s?mc rulc should not apply to ten times mat acreage, ine princi ple is the same, whether applied to kanas who recently ended an eight months sentence in jail here had been sworn to before the United I when he made the rounds of the citv States commissioner at Phoenix bv and directed that all such machines be put out of commission instanter. 'About 15 or 20 places, such as drug stores, hotels, pool halls and citrar mittcd an act against the peace and: stores were visited by the chief and United States of his assistants, and while several of the machine owners were inclined to question' the right of the official to put the machines out of business, that the injured employee shall be ..iM .t:rAi,. r . .1 " r. i It is ontinnnl with Hip pmn1o,r.. dignity of the to come under the law or stay ouLi Vji?r,ca' . -. r -.r , , If the employer elects to come under ,Thcsc arc Iacrs of the Molokanas ,!, j,F -a . ..iwlio were sentenced last spring to a employee who shall elect not to be'?car in .thc ,Presctt Jail fof "fusing I practically all of them removed the bound by the law and serves notice lo register lor m.utary service, mere - ortcnu.ng instruments to the rear part to that effect upon his employer and wcr-c 34 ,of, tl.cm altogether. Last: of he house and promised the chief . . 1 J. . ennnff all mtr tlic ctv cirrnnri nnrl flint thnv trnnlfl rnfrun imirt nnsft- the hoard. Any employee who has '?V. " -" rejected the law. if his employer is " . . -ri l,,csl,nna,rcs wncn , ing incm. ...... operating under it. mav. at anv time. as$!:L T.llcse six refused. Mr. Bloom took this step after a - ' J 'II linen civ flrcnrilinnr tn -1 waive or reconsider such rejection r 7i i . J nnon noHfir.itlnn tn liic ,mn1nvr ! froln department cither a large or a small tract." OVERSEAS TIDINGS FROM AN ARIZONAN ' PREDICT VICTORY (From Saturday's uaily) Howard Biltey, who left this sec tion about three years ago to enlist in a Canadian regiment, has been heard from, and has up to date, es caped the fate of many from Canada who have fallen in battle. A letter has been received from him Drcsum- Tl. 1 ! . I f ".t 1 t TT T . " . . r -r- . ... ,.i, ,;-t;r. iiicst si, uiLuiuiiig iu a s luiciucui I tuinticiitc wuii mayor neap, it isaDiy trout Trance, and was written sucn rejection r?. .1 . r i :j .i.a a i t i. . t . . r - , of justice, and the board. When injury is duel fcor,nc" l s,.gn, ,c 1t.onnaires, to thc accident arising out of or in i ,T fg. - ! ,hptn nrwl curl f nv vrf -.nf r the the thc course of employment awav from' them and sa!d they wou,d Sct out ol , wliich were being operated in the! he says: "At plant of the employer, through tJ"1 as s0,3 as, those who did sign city, and the authorities began to I am still goi: negligence or wrong of another, f1 lcnl' tl ,s. s? disclosed at the search for some way to eliminate mg when life': . c' 'I a.nn nf nj44 Kn ihpnl Willi tIlf- Iff 1 V.t-1A Ilnr . A l.nnfl. JEROME MAN DEMANDS THE SUM OF $25,000, AL LEGING MALPRACTICE BECAUSE OF DEATH OF HIS WIFE LAST MAY. said that some complaint had been I to Joe T. Alkcrs of Jerome, who is iougcu wun ine city aumoniies re-jin the city en route to tnc coast, garding thc number of machines) Excerpts arc quite interesting, and this wntintr (Annl 28) ing. but there is no tell-icniid 's roadwav will fork and not in thc same employ recourse to'u"lc 1 ,nculcnt lliat these six 'mem. vvnue tnerc is a state law ; take me hence. .Have been wounded common law by the 'employee may: cliarSC(1 t,le other -Molokanas with : which pans tnc siot maenmes, its twice, but am in good shape. -iy bp elected inctcir! nf rnninincn;r.rf ' disloyalty to God for signing thc ' status just at present is rather in- regiment has been cut to pieces, but ut lillicu, msicau oi compensation, j . . . . , .? . jc:, i,i:,.: t i cii.j Any employer and his rtnnlovees iliuwllul,l(;3f aim ujucuj iiavin u""", iii.tuj w.m.iii mai tti nas uc-n uuuu ini uut engaged in non-hazardous work or i S0",cthg,Tt0, d, with ,war' (From Saturday's Daily) Drs. L. P. Kaull and Arthur C. Carlson, head physicians in the United Verde Copper Co. hospital in Jerome, and thc United Verde Copper Com pany, were yesterday made the de fendants in a damage suit for $25,000 filed in thc Yavapai Superior court by Edward M. Mears. a Jerome man, who accuses the physicians of having been guilty of malpractice in con nection with the treatment which thc plaintiff's late wife received at the company's hospital last May. According to the complaint which was filed in the clerk's office, MJrs. Laura Mcars, wife of the plaintiff, was taken ill on May 14th, and sent to thc hospital as a jay patient. The physicians arc said to have informed the woman and her husband that thc patient was suffering from the effects of a tumor, and that its immediate removal was necessary if her life was to be saved. At that time, Mrs. Mcars was in a delicate condition of health, expecting thc arrival of a within a short period. The operation was performed on May 19th, at which time, the complaint says, it was found that the patient had no tumor. On the day follow ing the operation Mrs. Mcars and j it has been suspended pending thc ers who arc still eager for it. I am ' her unborn babe both passed away. I . . - a. .-! I . . 1 I . . . T . T T . . T .1 . T" . . eiivnlovmcnt hv their mint Mrrtlnn 1IC -Molokanas who signed their submission ot tnc matter to the pco-, going to make application tor a ine compiaim cnarges mat urs. tllipiojmcnt, DJ tlieir JOint ClCCtlOn, 1 ,;.,. , l.l f Jt,1,. W ,frn.r, W if . C.:- I.... : TTni.l nn,l rnrtenn h.rhr, Intnri. ' U,IPritrnl( Inil n fnwr rtnvc ntrr nrl flip inavOr nnfl till" rlllff nf nnl?ri 1ri,ht Fill If T n-ill trnt rrir tn fliplr cated nil the nicht DTeCcdinir the ). f now at the colony near Glendale. Thc discovered that the City of Prescott sector. Of course you know why I uic rate ot . .. , , j-. t.j - c i -i , i 1 operation, and that they had spent the night in "joy-riding," with the result that on the following morning VICIAnC -kf tlin 1 1 i nnJ assessment of the employer shall bc,s'x ot'Icrs w"e held, awaiting dishad just thc sort of a law they , am over here, it is because my mother r.. i . uif c r nosition bv thc deoartmcnt of ius1 wanted in old city ordinance No. 2' was born at Charlottctown. Canada. hfs total navroll ' ticc- T'e penalty Mr. Langston said which was passed in 1898, or just 20 although I am a native of Detroit, i at 8 o'clock, when the operation was Employers who do not elect to ." iiiipusuunmiii. ior tunvn-; "B". j.i" i anaiic lu it-uuy tamer 15 gone anu uiiriug 111s mc ""'"' " "J come under the lw slnll nnt in nvlllon on tne charge made against the iai, was passed in ine days wnen as an otneer ot thc national guard ot i snapc 10 yruyeny wnc uaie ot suui hrn,m,t i,V, ",' ';:'' " -Molokanas. (gambling of all sorts was thc gen-'.Michigan, always preached to me to a delicate bit of surgery. Thc plain- cover damaccs for personal initirv or! ,J,r- Langston said that, concerning eral thing in Arizona. Faro, roulette, get on the firing line if my country I tiff asks for $20,000 exemplary dam death by accident be nermitted to de-lthat c,ausc in thc military law, ex-j policy, craps, etc, was all right in went to war. Well, the next thing 'ages and a further judgment in the lend any grounds by the negligence of a fellow em- .tal5on- lf tl,c "'."'tary is powerless fall under thc ban of the city council , tomorrow we are going to win, and j his wife. The plaintiff is represented nlovee nr lint llm pniT.!nv. 1,n.l -c n such matters, it would appear the oi mat aay, and a measure wasti nope when the big Uun coup takes uy a rnoenix attorney. JUUJ(.L, or lliat UIC employee Had as-.. - - ." I .,J ,,! ,t, n,,l,I. ..f r t l t.i Vt. l.l ' Cinno rturow Atratntf TTiichanri sumcd thc risk attending the occuna- "m--"""1-"1 . . . ,...;....b ... , i n. uc ami- iu Kit mc um, --- tion which resulted in the iniurv ' ullc COI"P'aints against the six is oiismcss. i-ikc many oilier city or- American yell and throw my hat in .'.irs. mizaueui j icu ycsici- ... y . ly ' dtintir. In tnmtinn f..r.ni.l. rlinnticps ? unc ni'pf nfnrrrfl nnrl tl.n I Tt.rt TMI n.A 1,-1- ln rrf ,lnv filpfl n ;iltr rmklnp thl court for All licrsons lexcent house holil nnil ' "" ""t."b- -."- v-j - --o ---- accident be nermitted to dc tIlat c,ausc in thc military law, ex- policy, craps, etc, was all right in WCnt to war. Well, the next thing 'ages and a turthcr judgment m the ly suit at law unon the CI,,,,t'ng fro"V service, those whose those days, but thc innocent cigar happened, and I am fighting for j sum of $5,000 for thc hospital and that thc cmnlovec w-as nccli-lrel!g!on forualc them to fight, there machines and other forms of slot mother. She gave her consent for physicians' bills which were incident ilnt thn ;; ,,i ' seemed to be a difference of intcrprc-1 operated games of chance seemed to mC to go. Joe, as sure as dawn . to thc operation and final illnessof mat me injur) was caused . ,, ... ....... . r,, .. . - c :i ...... ' r !.:, ...ir ti, nUin.iff :r r.nrcn.i j remained on thc books probably bc-jin thc stopc again.' cause everyone had forgotten about' " , w-.Wa'- KWUill.llUltl .till. j. domestir spmnts nn,l ntrrIiili,T-nT , reading i- , i i i. : "Unlawfullv did wilfullv fail, ne ine for'watrcs Jr. nrrVn.ntWc VrrT 's'ect and refuse to fill out and an- it. It was dug up yesterday, dusted NEEDLES CLOSES DESERT ficd as hazardous of w'hich over 300 MVCr t'ie. questions contained in said off, and trotted around the block af GATE TO TOURISTS arc named in the text of the law arc i questionnaires and posting notice coup.c oi times ami men put .moj. entitled to compensation. ' 'hereof as aforesaid contrary ttf thc , force, despite the opposition of sev-. (From Saturday s Daily) Where the injury causes death 11 ol',,,c "'ics m sucn cases ,iai ui uuuc mma Such intensely warm weather on xty-six and two-thirds ner centum ' niaac ana Prov'l,cd, ana against, me couiun t sec tne justice oi suuucniy , tjlc ,iescrt out Qf Needles as is now a decree divorcing her from Michael J. O'Xeil, thc plaintiff making a ser ious charge against her husband. Ac cording to thc complaint, thc couple was married at Phoenix in October, 1915, and about a year or so later the husband gave up work and intimated that his wife should earn thc living He suggested that prostitution, thc also made ar to entertain at tlcmen friends, these proposi and nuit him rmnnAitef nn I'" ' - i .IVfTr a. rt'IJC II LllJIl III UIC UUIlKCl iu . . - . .i 1.111 i i... ; ANOTHER DRIVE THTR civen all of the punch board own-ii , i;r --i in, ,tI,ln,l rlnn then and there, bhc asks tor thc dc- the employee not exceeding one hun-i MONTH FOR WAR REVENUE ! ers notice that the game will have the g3tc of thc descrt tQ any ,vh ' crce and also asks that the court drcd and twenty-five dollars. If there i arnv: :l nf ,hr. ,inllv -,m ,i, .i c .,. peace and dignity ot the United cntorcing a law wnicn had been tin-; ,lrm;i;n7 !,as never been known, and 'or me iamny. ;.,irV fnr nS.i r I States." I used for more than 20 years. I tmrrc nf nrnslratJon.: nrc ronortedishc enter a house of drcd days to the beneficiary if anv Tllosc against whom complaints i It is understood that the next by aHto tourists as taking place dur-; complaint says, and in no case to be less than S3 000 00) wcrc issucd arc: Jo,m Kl,,ikoff. Iva' to.S w11 bc th? Punch boards. I ing tilc past tcn days. Tnc situation rangements for her three thousand dollars or iiwre than t SuseofT. A. Shubcii. Fred Urcn, Jake No action was taken yesterday j Is considcred as so vital that officials j jcast one of his gen (?S,000.00) eight thousand dollars Conovaloff. Moris Shubcn. against this form of gambling, but it i of thc above city arc ;n act;on to, The woman spurned P ' ..... . '""""" uunaio. . Jc en , tint llic rltv nntlinrltipc linvr ' - -r .l. .1 .-ilinns of her husband 111 nflrlllinn In n hr 1 (From Saturday': Dailvl 'Harry R. Tritlc of Phoenix, dircc- bc no beneficiary there shall bc naid to 111; maior ,lrnpnfIontc liffv nor -nn turn of thc daily waccs at the timcitor.for Arizona of the national war of the iniurv fnr n nrrin,! of :..' savings committee, has issucd arcu- teen hundred davs not exceeding SS.-iIars naming Friday, June 28. as na to bc eliminated in a month or so, 1 arc westward bound. compel thc husband to pay something and that they had better hurry upl . -,rr,vi1 from that nlace vester- toward thc support of their young and dispose of such possessions. i jay stated thc temperature on Wed- child. years old. from Demine. X. Ml, to ouht 1,no,r,to .J""c 10- If to the Phoenix in his auto. From Phoenix they came on to Jerome, though it is not alleged that they came to gether or have been living togctlicr licre. Mrs. Woody has been working as a waitress in a local restaurant. lieu arrested Myers wanted to know what the Mann act was, claim ing that lie had never heard of it. He admitted knowing Mrs. Woody but denied that he ever lived with level caused by the increased freight rate effectixe at that date This ap plies to all food and feed commodities. BIRTHDAY EVENT (From Friday's Daily) Mirs. Lenora Woods, of San Fran cisco, who had been in thc city visit ing with her sister, Mrs. A. J. Wil son ml Pllllmn lo rntimn fnr lli her. His story did not hang togctlicr MnUjncr, was caicil llomc yesterday to the regret of many acquaintances. vcrv well Mrs. Woody is well known here. She was in Jerome last summer with In r daughter, a rather attractive girl about sixteen years old. Thc mother disappeared and thc girl was in desti tute circumstances when a collection was taken to send her to relatives in Denting. She returned to Jer ome a few days ago and has been living with her mother. FINE BABY EAGLE CAPTURED NEAR CITY licr leaving was attended with a novel affair, yesterday being her birthday, and thc event was pleas antly observed in a rabbit break fast, which was enjoyed by a score of friends. This viand was in keep ing with the patriotic wishes of thc hostess, who desires to strictly ob serve footl regulations by sending thc bovine portion overseas to the boys, and let those at home rustle for anv other kind of meat, that thc war may! keep up its pace according to diet ing regulations now in vogue. 'We are going right down thc Iinci,,sj,v nftmnnn n-fisteri-d 125 de- in the matter of putting a crimp in ' rces and even in thc town under I gambling of all sorts, said .Mayor , t,,ifPr thorp were manv who -.wa-. i,itu.v uu O k..v,l.iuills V-'i - . . if . T 1 r i ----- j 000) eight thousand dollars or css : 1,0,131 war savings day, in accordance . it cap to a journai-.umcr rcprescnia- becn prostrated. At 1 than ($3,000) three thousand dollars ' 'ith the president's proclamation ; tivc yesterday evening. c arc ,)Copic were overcome If there bc no major dependents thcnlanJ also tI,at of t!,c governor of this even going to put a kibosh on these vh;lc motoring, and in upon the same basis forty per centum, Statc- t afternoon bridge parties where the a y0ung ladysuccumb ,1.-11 1 - 1 . i . . Tlir- nnnr nt n-nrf nMrnni-iIni IndlPS Win their Silk StOCKiniTS' ailU f. 1,1 C, l,n siiau ui' iiaiu to ins minor ucnciidcnts. "." j .uM...... - - ---- - - - jutr icauuue imuoiumu. , v , - , . ,t. t- 1 Ul,i. " a1, . . :., ,i, Ci-,,., r .,I.. , 1,0 llirir Innd-nnintfil rlimawnrc T ie i v.-.n I.. f.'laint asks for damaccs in the sum . WHO IC.IH .MCUira .11. miit. 111 .in - ----- - , . J- , ,;rr avc fort t0 pass through thc zone where ' of $2,990, alleging that the plaintiff warm blast is raging, also stated was injured wnuc at Wants Damaces for Injury The United Verde Extension Cop- O uU ptr vu. aim x um. v-vw least a dozen I Co. were yesterday maae tnc joint on the desert , defendants in a personal injury suit i - ,c,n.-. tilnl bv- E. Lichtfoot. a man for- I . o - . - -- - . . ,IIlie 111ULU111IK. rtliu 111 UiU iiiaiaiivi. . -. . . r .f upon the same basis forly per centum State. . . noon bridge parties where the young ,adysuccumbcd a few clays , merly the employ ot one ot tnc all be paid to his minor denendents 1 lllc mayor 01 every lncorporatcu "-" iibi ' alter reaching san liernardino. 1 nose 1 Pnr.n inlnr,- .i.v town -in the State of Arizona has their hand-painted chmawarc. 111c . . '"J J "vuuiiug IUUI U13-. , -- . r r - 1 ' ability, compensation shall bc paid 1,ccn requested to issue a prociama-. ie luims u. '"yn fort to pas -r .1 , -1 . r . . 1 lion 1cr,rn-itliir 7imi -ic w5r Iicen allowed to co on iuiiu tcrrui) ted ,..,. 1 w-a r....v ...uuil..ui a.v.v.i.h iiiuu lu . . . vinrn tinlin rrniiililini- wns mttlnwptt .. : . , .1 :' f ,irnnnpr coinranS property. J.t IS tnc injured employee, scnii-monthlv. , '"""t3 " . iuuuiii- ; 1 0.....;.0 "--.ihm a oauguuin dim m u -v , , ' ..":" irn n,l at the rate of sixty-six and two-thirds tio,,s iss,lc tI,e President and thc is no reason why this condition shall accidcnt the delay might prove dis- said that he was running a .toll .and per centum of the daily wages at the . governor. longer prevail., and Chief Bloom is , astrous ;n being exposed to thc sun- m some . timo of tin iniurv -inrinn- tir if .i.Ia-, i ne nconic arc inionucd that tnc " uimc. iu uiuns iu uum i',kin durine dav time, witnout ncip uiuu.n. " ." ....., uwiiiiA lilt, 11 till.) . . . . . . ,, . 11 .p .1. . ' " - , , .hall bc thc period of such disability. I government considers this a vital ncsc amusements regardless oi tnc , bcing ncar ti,- .,;.. .l.l.. .... : measure in the successful nrosccu-1 howl that goes up. Phoenix and. vided for may be converted in whole, tion of war. an.l as such it dc-' nearly every other city in the State g or in part, into a lump-sum payment. i scrvcs serious and immediate attcn-'has put the lid on this sort of thing,, not exceeding the estimated value of I !". i a,ul t",lc .wh?n 1".tl.ICr i the present worth of thc deferred' Arizona's quota is $5,274,260, or spend her evening in it bridge fight payments capitalized at the rate of!?20 for cach man woman and child trying to annex a pair of ijo silk hve ncr eeiitimi wr nniin.., cri, 111 tnc State .hum- iiiu mi.ici wu Su uui unu llu fh'U;"wP" S,ly.i!ri!AUTO ACCIDENT CLAIMS ... .....A.a ujritii.uiiu(l Ul Vlll. IIIJIIIUU workman, his beneficiary, or major! of minor dependents, as the case may ! ulovcc attempted to fix the drill and in doing so had o use an axe. Light- foot was struck by thc axe which WOMAN AS VICTIM j stopped at once." (From Friday's Daily) I be, but thc advisability of such con-' Meager particulars of an auto ac- vcrsion shall rest in the discretion Occident lo occur late yesterday aftcr the board. noon near Senator hill, would indi- Tcn per centum of thc premium ' catc that Mrs. Joe Merrick, of this collected from employees shall bcicity was so seriously injured that sct aside by the industrial accident' her death was likely to take place i board for thc creation of a surplus ' at any moment. She was accom " - - ,and sustained severe injuries auout ,t- . .. . the head, wliich, he says, necessi- n., (lTZ if" tf ' t ,'tated a protracted lay-off with a re The S. !. P. & P. yesterday had ( M,itaiit loss of wages. chase a stack of chips and 'sit in' is!?,,c..0, ll,c V"1 .lr,e S,u wrccK;,I",l J. E. and II. E. Crutchticld yestcr over and gone and wc must have it ,,s. ""lory, wncn cigiit cars crc u- -b smt agalnst Stanley Day. PRISON OFFICIAL ISSUES HIMSELF LUMA11L KULb , as thc Ara;n was approachmg the (From Saturday's Daily) i bridge. Fortunately none of the crew Senator J. J. Sanders, parole clerk was injured i of thc State penitentiary, is m the railed and one went over the bridge scck;.,g to collect the sum of $258 into Little Hells canyon, about nine -... , ,,... cla;m :s juc them as a j miles south of Ash Fork. The trou- ,lc,-crrcd payment on an auto which blc occurred when a brakebeam ,hc ,icfenjant purchased from thctn .trnnrmi nl I I ti f.Tl 1 Oil HlP flllin! mil . PAROLE V " 1 .7 ; several monms ago. CAN ENLIST IN THE NAVY (From Saturday's Daily) Word was received here yesterday is termed dead commercial property,. - . n( nro.-ost ma,.. The loss will bc quite heavy, and i, is in ni- . , . - . , , i t oru was ncunu av. until such sum shall amount to one paiiyine her son. Robert Hanson. tolc,t' Morencc. and frankly ad-. rnmmp;al nmnertv. i ?' lecal recruiting hundred thousand dollars, and there-'the latter's home on Ash creek, and j nuts he treks back to the pine ozone after five per centum of such pre-1 while he was making thc turn on a 'region to cool off. He is an old miuuis shall bc sct aside until such i sharp curve thc truck turned turtle I timer of Prescott, and when thc warm surplus shall, in thc judgment of thc .and pinned Mrs. Merrick underneath., wave hit thc south last week for thc board, bc sufficient to cover thc ca- The escaping steam from thc radi-,first t;IIIC ; oi trli t years he threw lasiruwiic uazaru. .nor rcacncu ncr lower uouy, aim mainly lumber and steel rails. The southbound passenger out of Ash Fork, due in this city at about 4:00 o'clock p. m., transferred at the wreck point and arrived about five Last night s north bound .it. lit litn : iKl m-)i 1 lit rtilrv n liottri. inir. fins law has been compiled after which with thc injuries from being .... , ... .... . mw-nwr from Phoenix will also .. ,i j..i. : . r i i ..i ... i , i i i ins returns 111.11 lie ,uso was .1 suu-.i --o-- . .i iuuiuuSu uMCMigunon oi every tiuMicu .iuu.h uci unsi .niu iit.iu, . , ... . . , ....... transfer at the above point, and the I , , m r .i, nriv Uvi vj . hi.1 vjii ii vriivi u..i,.fi unui . ... , , , . . I'liiiii lull uvmu ........ w. 1.1,1 , , I compensation law now in action iu no hope was entertained of her sur the mining states of this country and viying. Her limbs arc said to bc in Canada and is said to bc thc best frightfully scalded and all llcsh has thing of its kind yet submitted for been removed. Owing to the weight action to thc voters of .Arizona. It of the machine Mr. Hanson was tin is particularly patterned after the able for several minutes to extricate compensation law of Montana but it his mother, who in the meantime rc combincs the best that is to bc had ceived injuries which it is believed from all of thc mining states. Pc-jwill prove fatal, litions arc now being circulated in Mt,,,r Dnln' nDnrDrccnir Prescott to obtain thc necessary nuiu-i NEW,. ROAJ PROGRESSING bcr of signatures so that this bill i (,'rm Saturdays Daily) mav bc suhmiitpil t, li.. vntrr. for' J- H. Cross was a visitor yester their consideration. FORD ENDORSED (From Friday's Daily.) A lad by the name of Dave Dillon ivss in Prescott vesterday and cx-l hibited a fine specimen of a young J LAXSIXG, Mich., June 12. The eagle, the bird having been caught I democratic conference here today in the adjacent hills several days ago bv Tom Blanton. Tho babv caclc vaj 2pp.iTe'.,!,- abcu a raoith old, and v h.Ic he exhibited a few symp endotsed Henry Ford, mentioned as a Republican candidate for U. S. senator This is unparalleled tn Michigan politics. daj from his mining camp in Crook canyon, and reported that good head way is bcing made i building thc new uagou road, about two miles more bcing required to complete the SCHOOL BONDS VOTED (From Wednesday's Dailv.) The board of supervisors this week authorized the issuance of $6,000 worth of school bonds tn apply to School District No. 2S iCamp Verde) it bcing the intention to make an en largement and some alterations to thc school lionc in this district, the place now bcing much too small lo 3Cco.rn.cd2tt: lite many pupils whejcajsip a few tmles away zv.d is. cow S- to scuooi mere. v.orKm- his smcr properties. a si official duties and would exercise the right to hit thei trail for the Hassayampa country on a parole from thc tortures of thc furnace environment which is work ing overtime these sunny days. "It is hard to give in. but l wilted, and there arc others who wish they were! with mc this minute," he stated ycs- tcrday at his hotel, shal general which prohibited all men who registered on June 5, 1918, from joining thc navy, had been sus pended, and that all youths who had registered at that time could get permission to enter the navy upon applying for the same from their ex- irack will not be cleared until forenoon. SUMMER STORMS THIS SEASON AHEAD OF FORMER YEARS (From Saturday's Daily.) lunc. the drvest month of thc vcar. ! 1 . .. .- . I l.l.il I.. ctilHnr nlrl.tln.A. IliaS I V. V. All I U -llll.IV.. UIU-I1UIW I A VI ...V. J , established records, and freak rains I bc made in thc Home Oil Company s tin Vinvp been drafted seem to have a desire to enter the sea service, and it was because so many applications came to thc various boards that the rule barring them from the navy was rescinded. HOME OIL CO. DRILL IS MAKING PROGRESS For the next 400 feet progress will DRY FARMING ON ; ,..pr(. reported from pvprvrhere in HUGE SCALE NEAR CITYthc county as taking place on Wed (From Saturdav's Daily.. jncsday night. The S. F. P. & P. rc Thc recent purchase of thc Duke ! ceived advices that a general storm ranch which contains about 1,200 covered the line from -sh Fork to teres, by an Illinois syndicate, with, as far south as Kirkland, while along job. Thc company which has taken which has been added another tract; the road to Dewey a similar report over his holdings is bearing the ex pense of construction, and as soon as connection is made a large amount of machinery is to bc hauled in and mine work started on a large scale. Since disposing of his gold claims .ir. Cross has. established a new sent in. The Lynx creek region Chino valley well at thc rate of fifty feet a day." This is the promise of Lcroy Stcrrett, head driller. As a matter of fact, fifty feet has been thc average daily progress for thc last two or three days. Today's report is that the oil well is down 2S0 feet. The formation is easy go of over 21.00 acres, closes one of the I was biggest farm movements ever inau- also had a cloudburst, and it was tug. gurated in this State in which a (believed that thc Williamson valley .Within a short time, however, the strictly dry farming principle is to ' country was also in the path of the Home company will have to begin to prevail in developing. Identified with j downpour. Thc temperature of this case its well. Arrangements have this huge undertaking is L. L. Bates, section has been the highest known! been made to secure immediate de who is the manager, and he is nowin many years, which is responsible livery of casing from Los .Angeles starting a firming catunsign on the for thc rainy season to appear at;d an order will be pheed within above method of development This month ahead of its old-time schedule. ' thc next day or two.