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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1919. ! ! I'll p ; i r a long unic ire threat- It Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, lbbA. Published by THE JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. jTwTMLLlvri IP lip t '' cm p: vc bee:', disturb u'tltudo Oi lie Mi'tics operated :u ng. There were 'Srgn. Mcx'can tr ' eminent :: the Mexican gov- being. It is nut a conglomeration. It foreign capi- It -dives as a complete organization. nl' "ennaii influence 1 When lvc.-i.1ent' W ilson says the United gainst the oil produc- ' have" he is using the kind's English and not V expresses Use ;t as an crau v. i.ilgu:- purpi for our own allies. eminent to tin English is )lural. " The government are." An ignificance, although the war is end-'ioicient nation may pluralize its verbs if it cares to, hut this great- m needed tor n, The threat has grown in ed. The new constitution of Mexico contains a confiscation clause l' 1 absorbing nations, taking into its citizenship almost any- wbich won!.; take the pm pcrties away from- their owners. The ! th5nfc -ht can' buy a steerage passage, 'is" and insists "that it "is." ... . -ri, i -.,:.! : -. .. ..11....,:,... c...... i I,,r. i"ii in lu.ns n i-o oaiet.-i is nivo vi'i vi not to crate this hr 1 "- e iiucu oidim i.-. not i eoiiceuoii ui .-ones dim an ,is c nited StaU ". i TERMS: Daily, per year Daily, per month Daily, three months Weekly, per year ?9.00! 1.00; 2.2:1 2.501 will nroti-rt th.Mii or th.-v will nmie.-t iIkmhKts .-cniUlage ot lmimcipaiities. it is not a s trni? ot parishes- am e liriti.-h and French do not submit to such invasions of count.es. Jt is not a" thin? organized l.y havingns component . TW0 BIG ,1.. . -. , i.-., , ., ir..-. r ,1.. 1 ,i . : parts looselv put together as popcorn on a string. lent of oil fields wa essential to their development. The Mexi ;m would have had nothing if this capital had not been furnished 1 ixiL fi!.Dul SHELDON lrojsiwir ourc AND . in r u t entered Mexico upon terms which the Mexicans stipulated. The Weekly, six months Weekly, three months Payable in Advance. Entered at Postoffice, Prescott, Ariz., as Second-class Mail Matter. on v 1.50 : ( " . 1.00 i ' . i"'. .7' v. m ,"!i .-'ii red , 1:1 the 1. velopnu-nt Mexico lias had it has obtained by such means. ;e one promise of Mexican regeneration is offered by the use il.il furnished by Americans and Europeans. A lawlessness attempts confiscation will not he tolerated. We may rest as 7 that. The United States, which is maintaining an outpost mixer, north of Russ'a to help in the regeneration of the ceil ce from anarchy, will not maintain anv Under the requirements of the nvv postal law, subscriptions arc pnyaW dvam-p in ord.-r tl:at the natur may be iH-rmitt-,1 to, rr.s9 t'.roucli t'u- ma:! e.-cond-ol:i?s matter. Ac-curJ'naty. s:lsc-ripti.r.- wilt 1e M.ipel at xpira'!n. Sat- !u..jn. "j, fl-yip C'UCi srritM rs s.-rvc.l lv carrier must also ray in :alv;uice tu ci.n.ply villi tlie order of tae War Industries Eoard. i 1, trcr :r'i.;i-l Mi-x'co wliich will fttarantee thr oniancination of the ncm their own sins ami the secr.ntv ol the I mted Mates vpvri:i; nv thk assih-iatkii press. Tlie Apsoeiated Press is exel'isively ,'titiil' il to the use for republication of all news credited to it ir not otherwise er.-di;--d in t Mist paper and also the local news published herein. All rights of republic:: tion of special dispatches herein are also reserved. ns which will involve r.s with other nations, ir exposed and dangerous flank. Xot only do the L'akiu 1 We do nijt believe that 1'resideiit W ilson regards the United j : Stales as something which miht fall apart or as a thing divisible, i i'Ht in his references to the nation his idea is that of a collection I lather than an entity. . ' It is particularly needful for the United States to regard it-i -elf as an entity. It has a great work to perforin in nationalizing ; all the elements which it has invited from Europe to make up its I ; citizenship. It is heterogeneous and not homogeneous. It has wonderful success in taking the Slav and Slovak, the! Armenian and Persian, the Scandinavian and the Italian, people' 1 from nearly every quarter of the globe and converting them or, their descendants into citizens whose anccstrv might have' dated, j ior Americanism, hack to the Mayflower. ! It asserts itself as a unit. It acts and must act, think and must think of itself as one permanent and indhisible MINING MOVE MENTS FOR THI3 SEC TION ARE NOW ASSUR ED, AS CAPITAL IS RELEASED. f TTTTTTTTTT .! it ua- !e !;i i:u-h in --wiiei lcaiiiMii. nacK 10 inc .1av110wcr. , 1 ir.vu ci iinp.i Mexico .eMc;Hi min..se ttpon our weakness and imlul-ence. not only do . Mainc to California, from the Canadian line to the Mexican border,! i.lvi.ory ca,K.city, :.n.i prcviou.-! jthev furnish 'illas to raid our towns and camps at pleasure, steal there is the United States h-.il Ihcu jiorfonuinsr .the tinty y ; cattle, kill ranchmen, and hum houses, but they keep open the! Englishmen mav refer to this nation as -the smtes" V, unit. ' (From Tu"s iay's Da.i!0 Leaving Sunday r.is'lit i.-t Xt'.v ; Verk City for consultation v it:i the I syndicate which owns -.lie Sht-hlou ;.;ro:-p at ':.!kcr a-.nl : lie I'r'-uc Al ' Vrt holdings c:i Groom Crock, fa.k ' iiradk-y Mated that the r. siimici' '" ! boiii interests smccd ! h.i o ! i.coii agri. 1 it a; on. ihtlcf that in!do j .voiihl Lo in action, i Mr. r.radicv has been icuunci i"i' rum ! niai:v luenths bv tlic iv. hits in an A GREAT MAN PASSES AWAY tMMHn; .inors hv whim international ditlicmtics ot the most serious nature, mprii-an ihinh- in v;iirVi tmm o,e ov.e,.-..c i,.-..if ; ,, .1. i I --r'- '-i --1 00-. ; ,1IU, Wl.l Theoilore Roosevelt is ilead. In this period of tremendous world affairs, an unipue man is hst to his peonle. an 1 that loss will, perhaps lack appreciation come upon us The Mexican' id hv idea- haracter is impressionable. It can he impress- of the strong purpose and intent of the United States icneral superintendent after liusi I iToperues were amaiuainaica unite' oneraiinir svstcni. War comii- j 1 111s is .America. Hits is the L mted States one nation and it is. j -.ions prohibited in this case, as in "They" are not. We do not know anvthintr about "them." Thevi'" many others, a complete reh-aso do exist for m try important sentimental and real purposes. Thev j cm !e impressed by ideas of the weakness and incompetence of administer local laws and enact local laws. They preserve their! the. U State As the Mexicans are impressed the Mexicans several distinctions in character and habit, as we want them to. Like the vital incidents of the world war, his life i will behave, and thus far we have impressed them merely with We do not want the United States to live upon the varied deveiop- amomr manv. will not he entirely understood by his contemporaries, and nothing . ideas 01 our own futility. ment oi lite, except where variety would affect national unity, that can he said now will add one whit to the world's knowledge! Expeditions sent to capture Villa which did not capture him!; -'"-d so we "is." I he United States are not. It asserts every -of his greatness. Expeditions sent to punish outlaws for outrages upon American ' thinp; that is important in American life in the life of the "United It was not hv his choice that fate overtook him in bed. Like ! soi! which cost American lives ai.d punished no one! Expeditions Mates as a nation-to declare without compromise that although it his four sons, one of whom died in serv ice. Colonel Roo.-e ee h nut to demand and obtain a salute-to the American flag which got j ma.v c c plurihus it most assuredly is unum. Untile penetration of Mexican territory and futile with- v, ill!' hav e approvou a more strenuous una! moment, hut who w salute : futil e sav that he served his cottntrv anv t lie less because lie aroused its ; drawa! from it! Entile occupation of Mexican cities and conscience and whipped up its energies, instead of leading a hand-; abandonment of them! Great gestures and no results, nil of its men.' J Our Mexican policy has been everything ineffective and noth- In these days nothing that is nut truly vast imposes itself on j.,., effective. It has varied, but always has been futile. It has the understanding of the people who have been sated with great tio-.ie nothing, accomplished no good, has not helped the Mexicans things, l'.ut Colonel Roosevelt was a man who took rank in so ; ;:) th0 slightest degree, has hurt the American reputation, damaged many ways that even the legion of his enemies cannot but accord . ;he American security, and threatens the American future. mm .ugliest Honor. 1 ears ago. a student 0! his lite listed the hues of work in -which this man had attained greatness. The biographer paid the colonel r... unctuous compliments, but rather, tabulated ht; Europe hy ontrageous disregard cf the rights of European citizens.! achievements and balanced them against his handicaps, and called Tiie present result of it is that a contemptuous Mexican gov ernment threatens to involve us in trouble with our own allies in !Z,0KLA. WiLL-MEM START- DELIVERY : AR OF OIL IN FEB. i 8? Ml E SWEETLY RECALLED of the capital rciuired for large op erations, a:ui now that the f-.nancial situation is aeain normal, plans nia .ured are to be- rushed by vvh'ch rx .er.si.e development will in all p.ob tbility lie-in immediately. )f tiv two propositions the Shel don is by far the more iiucrcstine;. Included in tliis group, beina: the fa mous Etivek.i. which for many years was successfully worked under a "easing system, from which an e ;ill. lit sho- h.g was ma le. IVah .verc elo-ed by which this unit.vv.o expapde-d hy other mines cm luit heit beins included in the mother lo cation, when all were cry s'aliaed un ler the title of the Sheldon, the- er V'imd location of the group. The Prince Albeit belongs to the new mineral family cf its belt, and has -n attractive prospect. The eousoh- lm. ,-.-;. -s las ; :ttten- him -worth while in many walks of life that have given individually great men their prominence. As a statesman, he had that balance between motion and emotion that enabled him to accomplish giant ta-ks. His leadership v.-as of the type that the pre.- "H army appreciate.- as "positively demonstrate 1". lie never took up even : hobby without achieving distinction in it. liven in ire :11a tier of enemies, he has shown the nicest discrimination, and liol.o.iv en joyed the c'a.-h of minds and forces in true sportsmanlike cleanness more than he. I here has deve loped a new type of he-man in the American I't-'mm T"np c rlnir'e tlaiiu It is the inevitable result of the course we have been pursuing: I-oca, stock!,ohlers in the Arizona toward Mexico. The Mexicans probably read the intent of the Oklahoma Gas & Oil Company will '."nited Slates to destroy its own army, to trust to fantastic-hopes he interested in the fact that the of the benevolence of human intentions, and to lapse into a state CO!,,-,an-v wiI1 . 0,1 February 1 coni- - .... .1 1.. -. 1 4-. -f .- u oiieuee delivering jou uarrcis ot on ' -1 s.'Ciiiei com -,ss li:iii il vtis i i ocioie. 11 11 e o 1 ti 1 wiiu uvi- ai.ua t! t. r: CAPTAIN FRANK S. IN- GALLS TREKS BACK TO i OLD HAUNTS TO AGAIN j the MINGLE I.IID3T OF LONG AGO. SCENES The mini 01 tue slnmst e-per-:Ms stale ai.d i:i the east. it i; ..:cd that there is to be t-tcca-t-ijr shares except anion 4 ores v. ho form the eerpor;uion. -,ce Mhcrf and ?!.ehlon are g-.M-bc-irm- proiKrlie'. manv. I "poll turning. a day to the Prairie Transportation j pipe lines which runs from Tulsa, such assumptions the .".lexical! courage and daring is re- ; Oklahoma to St. Lc (From Tuesday' This Ila-sayampcr for tiie ! -i) 01 i Mexican aggressions against the peace and security of the i AJiout a month ago James Page a Hassdyamper vill approprhitely I t nitei -;:,tos uroha 1 v wi le-.-in jrrj,,,. 1 .out u. . s,iiov,-goo-c vveni east anct , -ei o'e ai-inn" ""- If we will not make Mexico, bv command or bv i WEATHER WIZARD I RECALLS CKF. COLD WAVE. fFrom nation that will feel a special heart t! r Ko( -eve- It. Tl'.e sol-i "ier of the armies of the United State-, the product of a sv stem the Colonel fought for at a time when so manv of us were de serving some of the "Yankee miser" aspersions of the Hun this is the man who will remember him above ail less positive states men. 1 hose wiio have lougnt. know how Roosevelt thotigut outi the "w ithout -tint or limit" idea cars ae-o. and battled it into the I v nsci. 'U-ne-s of less far-seeing men. an.'! thus piav ed his part in Armageddon. 1 c eri v n;: iiiher of tlie Xorth American familv, some other nation or y-s Daily.) John C. Stephens, owner of the r I secured the capital required to make ' ciovcrno, Caiupbell 01 Car-t. i- rank I t.urnt Ivancho on Willow Ltif:;. 1- tue connection nv pipe line trotn tac ",S'lis en nun.i, ue .ooeu .,,,.,,o.,.i o,. ,,,.,h, v up ot nations will. i We may pursue a policy of futility if we will, but we i take tiie conseipiences. and the consequences may he serious. wells of tlie Arizona-Oklahoma Gas ' I'rescott on Sunday to assume the 1 which have THE UNITED STATES IS ia- lieell t OUR NEIGHBOR TO THE SOUTH l-.vi-r cilice til.- a .:i-.!iir, 11011 of I:,,'to "'.Icvi,-., 1 dangerous neighbor i f tile t'niled State.-, al.vavs in freuently in fact turbulent, di.-ordere-l. a di-a.-ter to itse ace t' us. Mexicans have robbed and killed each other. The va-tated lani'ts which ought to be productive. Thev h.ave country in a medievalism of rapine and destruction of. every instinct of orderly people. They have iu.-ulted the United. States at everv op Thev have- ravaged American territory. Thev have kith ; 1 1. at in 1 ci 'ii i ' --Igniiie 1 is oik- - idea been prcvailiru- in tlii- ! S: Oil company with the bitr trunk 1 office of superintendent of the Ti- locality for nearly- half .1 century must Mine of the Prairie transportation ' oncers' Home. :i Mr. Stephens pre si rem- data to re- ; concern. They have contracted to! His coming hack is another mat-' ;-'r b.i when excepr.omd waves 0: i deliver a liiinimuin of 3(10 barrels j ter. in which the long ago is linked cy coU1 ''-"'- cn:lse cennm-rt. daily from the four producing wells j with that of today and as tlie shad- i I of tlie company and under their ; ow y past is recalled there is natur-! 'agreement the syndicate financing ! ally sentiment to engross the ir.em- ! the new operations is to drill sixteen ory cf those who remain as this pil- j more wells to be completed at the I :;rini of the Gi'a again hits the trad! resident Wilson in Paris used a significant locution, lie said j rattf of 1U. a , on the coin-1 to scenes -he knew so long ago. So,; he I. nited states entered the war because "they'" had certain pane's property in Linn County, 1 Captain lngalis takes charge 01" his ' ;;m: ideas. TI-.js idea of the United States as plural is ; Kansas. ; new duties with a kindly considera- j 1 - . . 1 . . . it t 1 . . - 1 . . .11 1 :. 1 , 1 I,: v lew ciavs ago at a stoeke.i'iers lion ior me 0111 gnaia. is vM-iioineu meeting in this.citv, lames Page, a j hv those of the old-timers, and from ; v li pph weathv rancher of Cornville, iti thi-''ihe ranks e,f ail is greeted with ood v. iue.l is repugnant to r.atl-.nau.-m. comity, was elected president: D. V. I che Ye imagine that it is fundamental importance. not a careless expression. It indicates an idea and an , The Journal-Miner finds s -policies rather deftly defined hv h;s expression. To the lour it- opposition to manv of Mr. Yil- ' Snowgoose, who was at one time' ! connected ivith the Standard Oil. .ter. It was on May 1. 1SS2, when dazed the trail to Prescott i'r The presort ?r:g:d bias;, lie says. :s"Y,ot ijiiite as severe as that 01 4 years ago, v Inch he recalls iron, -hi data of .ar. official nature, and yes terd-iy he- informed many acnu.'mt ancc cf what had taken place -Ian.; a-o. hy -: yi-.a: "On laiiaary 1. 1S79, , :":'-ici.d ro-v-irds if tie signal -erviee at l-.vri ve t'.ie tem-urature at IS cries ik:oy eiei. at an a. n... a"a is was recorded also by tlicrmo eters in Prescott. Now. after 4 1 nave a.psed. rot "they." The United States is is. Thev 'are it. Thev absolutely na e ce-i kept tiieir i ensive- to tfiiiiy. Anieri- have resiste-1 t'u half-heart- "Isich have an sohiiers in American camps. Thev e d and eneffecti v el v conducted military expedition ieen sent to correct their ideas and tiieir habits. '1 hey have been lawless and contemptuous. For a while thev had respect, for the suddenly developed military strength of the United States or seemed to have. We impress them ea-iiv wiih ideas of our incompetence, with difficulty with ideas of our na tional solvency. 'I lie United States is not respected in Mexico because it docs r.al-.Miner the United States i an entity. The United Slates cud eternally is. The Joi;rnah.Ii:ier conies out of a Federalist. W'h.i an past into a Republican pre sent, with all the nationalistic as-pi-ation.s and, h sires. ambitions and ideals for a great solidified ni.t'on which hav e hi en expressed by intense Americans in war and peace for ov er a hundred years. President W ilson r.a:i nation is a loose- i company, is now vice president anil i general manager and Col. Fred 1'ow i ler is secretary and treasurer. aneiKer I . .. . - .1 . . .1 ; . .. : .1- . ! ec t, -1 s rcr it p cl .ir ul .--I r - cab y j -l aricopa, e''i;::ug mu in 01 ct Le.o;i. 1 - i to be tlie assistant secretary cf the I -ante period of the year, and pra johl territory under 11. M. Yan r- d'v of the same severity. At ! It was Colonel bowler who organ-; man. and he was a!-o private secre- ; lioine on Hf.nv creek, a.,oa. KVmihli-! ized tiie Arizona-Oklahoma Gas <arv to (iovernor 1". A. Tritle. both ; uuics from the city, ray record Oil company, secured the bind hold-I above oi!ic:a!s being ucccascu. ing in Kansas, Oklahoma and thi- ! Prescott w as then tiie capita! oi state and by hi? persistent and 1111- i Arizona, moving around on wheels, tiring efforts succeeded despite . as the saying goes, and when t tie many obstacles, in financing 1 its af- trick was turned by which Phoenix fairs to such an extent that four pro-, pulled the executive plum. Captain lit in. before j I ngalls was officially decapitated, lie mav not consciously believe that the Ameri i,.;a,;,, .,,,,! : i,,.. iducing well were bron , , . ,. ... . , , it liecame necessary to enlist acti- --okea arouiui lor a place to i-k.h '-.it Ills past, lus traditions and possib v his thoughts are related , . 0 . . - i "; . ', ,, ; ' i..o.-i .v. .eiateci;t)onaj cap,ti,i to jay an S-mch pipe ; and went into camp by the Colorado. ' a divisible union. We could not have any sympathy for ideas'iine for two and a half miles to j Xow after over a third of a century which had such relation and Mr. W ilson's ideas can be traced back I connect with the Prairie line so as , he comes hack to inhale the t-.a- 1 to market the product to advantage. 1 grance 01 the pines ana i AYhen tiie company has piled up! once familiar. as fellows: On January 1. 1U'". at :. o'clock a. m., the "low est ict.-pc a fare was 1? d-pre. s below ;-,-r.e ! January 2. Id degrees below w "O crded, and 0:1 lamiary 3. it reached s .',...-. s l ei. -.v." Mr. Steph -is a!-o ins h-t -r- est'ipg v.-arrsi v-. ::.!:. r I'. i'. i. ! ft it not he flashid until anci . r i-t-inatv ,!iscu--ion arises. ITe is al-o "had ed" when it comes to ra.tr.fall- ..n 1 !,ecau e not make itself respected. Its warning- are not heck Mexicans believe thev are futile. Aside from the fact that our s trj-.ern border is exoo-ed to outrageous -a tack.- wh.ich no self-resj.eeting liJitioii world tohraiv irom another. Mexico is one of the dangerous complication-- in Amcriian internationa! relatio.is. Imagine t ireat i'.ritain tolertiting. witi;-ut effective action, raid-t-kn into l-gvjd or India. Imagine I-'raiuv" without action submit ting to Arab raids even upon it- North, African territorv. Imagine- anv great nation tolerating, without effective reprisals, incur- mnrdt-r of it- ei;ien-. The ;. sticn origin. There is an irreconcilable conflict between people who think :" the United Slates as "is" and people who think of it as "are." 'e p'c who think of it as "'is'" will be found to he intense nationalist-, advocating everv, instrument and device of nationalistic thought insistent upon tlie entity of the nation, the value of its power and ; .bgmty. trie u.-nilr.es.- of it as a nation in the affairs of the world. The people who can refer to the United States "are" will be found to be indufe rent to great ! io ill- sin.reHit- chums 1,1 tl,o loobm t r i:..tl" imi,u it ..tri-7,.n ' . .. ' . . ' 1 ' ",liam. v iien 1 4 iie-y may be lr.te-rnalu .nalists. humanitarians, anything you wish. trn;n w-xx j but ou will mu liud intense Americans among them. ; hand frozen. ; This distinction i- fundamental and. it will result in tiie great-, when asked .... . .- . . . . ' : . : 11 : . -1 , I-.. 11.-.., 1.1 'r,... . nl V . .. .1 .1... 1 Vll ' HUH, """III a surplus it will drill ils other tract ; in k":i'i-,c nn, ii lnVLl ill-' S in PI valley. IN HARD LUCK. (From Tuesday's Daily.) .mas II ltavard. an 11c was one of the first to he eom- iuno ; missioned a captain m tue .vn.ou i ! militia, .commanding in Prescott Co. 'h. the nucleus of what is now the lla.-tii regiment overseas. Uiis sii'.li tarv' organizaticM was not Uainh.ca;- ai i i .o reel taose i urn-:' . CCURT RELEASES Bxl i r.O'i f. i: iN". a T , -1 -.-..' undav from the main line ot tue d ,:,-,i; .: . .1., :.i:..- . . banta l e. suites that he vvitnesseet a iiiiuuiirtii.ini; sciienies. 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 e 1 e 1 1 1 - ad scene on last t riday out 01 VV 11 liner such tiung-. other spoils upon its territorv re-n'.iing in tl Stable , competent governments do not permit - in- is one aspect 01 our cicaiii-g- wiiii ..icico. i i.e other aspec :- even more serious, humiliating a.- the first one is. Mexico dea!.--ith foreign nation- whose- rare for the li-'e- und iropert of their 1 -ll.c 'i- i- s(-r:;i,idoiis. ' ' tliltieiUtv 1:1 k of the United United States is t 0 1 1 n r Slates wouhi have can tkhik . The of sovereign powers sticking- ti .1 naj ii mal en' it . a si i '. 'u i led : - a i:d '. route to a hobo was put off a 10th feet and his riedit and the unfortunate his name and destina on'v state he .was en- 're-cott from Xiiro, W. "a. That niorniny tlie temperature a common ground so long" as he m tlie plural. i,.--,. 7 .1,-..,-..,.- 1, v,.r,, m-,. ml,!- 1 nation. It is not a loose confederation 1 est ever known in the country. The Mexico lias not ohh n i n an p; 'pe: 1 1 11 1 11.-;- ; 1 ir MP !;:'V-i hi ther at their conveniences. It i visitor was enroute to Jerome from Gallup. N". M., to v isit w ith a hrolh- ' it uiplovi-d a' a mininir cam;. not to he ;u i,iit h,x?ill. lhe I';-.. ,,s Ct- "iir1fs j llot learned. ' " ; p. J in that day by labor tror.br s. but i' did face a protective duty in iwhhh the Apache was the peril. In after years Captain Insalls received . successive appoiu'.ments to ' oince i.and ;ifnr filliiig for fourteen years i the post of surveyor general c: Ariz ' ona, cemt-s back to prescott to he ' ein a duly with which lie express.1 ' ! himself yesterday as very muc'i ' pleasi d. Mrs. Ingadls, who In early days was with her husband in Prescott. co-art n "us. d ran ; eh ar :ne.' wit! Mondav ler was fata immediately rel-ea-ed. -aid no evidence of been prcs A!'-e- , ; -1 h a w .1-against Pt rry ).ict"kur". b :. : :-:..'-l. in v ic-f.d. I;: br ,1 li ha,' ETOKt.I HALTS REMOVAL. I- T R F. 1SI.AXP. Jar.. .'.--Plans remove the 2''") ii.ro:-!y w on-- ! -obliers who rcir.-i-reJ on the Nor: 011 Pacific were disrupted when driving northeast snowstorm set le and indivisible nation. lib i M not going le- h also return later this week and site p. will he the matron of tiie home. ' Journal-Miner h. !v; On-ffcc- crl-"u.-ed "t1esryne its Joiirjial Mini r .k-r arli!i ' 1 ' 1 1 ; i 1 j : 0 I ;;;b pi;nbae, ,.luut in Nor I cm Arizona. A trial v. ill convince.