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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1921 City News In Brief f (From "Wednesday's Daily) Simmons Visitor Jerry Sullivan, cattleman from the Simmons country, was in the city yesterday to transact business. Cattleman Here Harry Knight, cattleman of the Camp Wood country, was in Pres cott yesterday, transacting business and greeting his Prescott friends. From Chine Valley Tom King," of the King Brothers Cattle company, cattle raisers of the Chino valley, was a visitor to the city yesterday, coming in on a short business trip. Meet Friends Here Mr. and Mrs. W. Martin and fam ily are visiting in Prescott for a day or two, coming in from their home at Canon to meet friends here. Is in South County Attorney John L. Sullivan, who for the past few days has been in Phoenix and Nogales on official business, is expected to return to Prescott today. Released from Custody Willie Phillips, who was recently twice arrested in one week, yester day was released from jail, at the expiration of a sentence of 25 days imposed upon him by City Magis trate John H. Robinson, for the in fraction of a minor statute. On Shopping Trip Mrs. R. W. Forbes, wife of the well known cattleman of Kirkland, was in the city yesterday, visiting friends in Prescott, and attending to shopping. Called by Death Mr. and Mrs. Broughton, of Okla homa City, are in Prescott, called here by the death of their son at Whipple Barracks. They are leaving for their home, accompanying the remains for burial in Oklahoma City. Visits Niece Mrs. Luke Henderson, of Phoenix, who arrived here early this week, is remaining for the graduation exer cises at St. Joseph's Academy, in which her niece, Luella Broan, par ticipates. Today, Mrs. Henderson will leave with her mother, Mrs. George Puntenney, for the Puntcn ney ranch in the Big Chino country, where she will visit for a tirng. Make Eastern Trip i Mrs. C. H. ReibeTing and Miss Emma Reibeling took Monday's train for Lennox, S. D., Mrs. Reibel ing's old home, which she will now visit for the first time in 30 years. They, will be gone for about three months. During her trip, Mrs. Reib eling will go on to Boston, where she will consult a specialist regard ing the securing of an artificial hand Mrs. Reibeling about six weeks ago underwent an operation for the am putation of the hand, which was lost through an operation occurring years ago. After years of treatment, it was found impossible to save the mem ber, and an amputation was found necessary. Mrs. Reibeling is now doing well. Goes to Coast Mrs. Elizabeth Lowry, matron of the Yavapai county jail, yesterday af ternoon went to Los Angeles, where she plans to remain for a period of three months, recuperating from a nervous breakdown she suffered in Phoenix recently. Vacation on Coast R. B. Westervelt, deputy county attorney, yesterday left, Prescott, ac companied by Mrs. Westervelt, for California. Mr. and Mrs. Westervelt plan to spend a vacation of about two weeks on a visit to the Pacific coast. With Adjustment Company Harold Larsen, of Phoenix, has arrived in Prescott, joining C. C. Norton, local attorney, in the Mer cantile Adjustment company, which Mr. Norton represents in this city. Mr. Larsen's business will be con cerned with the handling of mercan tile adjustments, loans and insur ance. Here for Summer Mr. and Mrs. Perry Sears, of Phoenix, are visiting in Prescott, ac companied by their daughter and grandchild. Mr. Sears, a cattleman with large holdings in the south, will return to Phoenix in a day or two, Mrs. Sears and the others remaining in Prescott during the summer months. To Phoenix and Coast R. T. Ritchie, supervising architect in charge of the construction work for the-enlargement -of Whipple Bar racks, yesterday afternoon went to Phoenix, where he will be busied for a day or two on official business, before proceeding to Los Angeles to open bids on the furnishing of ma terials for construction work at the barracks. Vocational Men Here S. F. Batdorf, of 'the central office of the federal board for vocational education for this division, at San Francisco, and Fred P. Rowlen, vo cational man from Phoenix, are in Prescott for the purpose of confer ring with Vocational Director Wal lace M. Fox on the matter of the establishment of a vocational train ing center in Prescott. Return from Canyon Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McSwiggin yesterday afternoon returned to Prescott from the Grand Canyon, where they passed their honeymoon, following their marriage here on June 15. Mrs. McSwiggin was for merly Miss Grace McCracken. The couple, both of whom are well known here, Mr! McSwiggin . being county recorder, will make their borne at 113 South Alarcon street. Go to Montana Mrs. T. R. Sullivan and her son, Craig, yesterday afternoon left Pres cott for Square Butte, Mont., where they will visit Mrs. Sullivan's people, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brunskill, ex tensive landowners of that section, for several months. v Returns from Coast Mrs. Anna Levy yesterday after noon returned to Prescott from Los Angeles, where she went last Satur day to be present at the wedding of her son, David N. Levy, with Miss Ola Douglas, of Phoenix. Here from Coast Mrs. M. C. Turner, of Los An geles, has arrived in Prescott, and is visiting her friend in this city, Mrs. H. II. Burke. Mrs. Turner finds the Mile Hi city delightful, and plans to remain here during the sum mer months. Return from Canyon A motor party comprising Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bowers and family, Mrs., Bowers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Henshow, of Phoenix, John P. Orme, for the past ten years presi dent of the Water Users, association of Phoenix, his daughter, Ora Orme, his grandson, Edward Kyle, and Theodore Mason, of Phoenix, return ed to Prescott late Monday night from a vacation trip of ten days to the Grand Canyon. The party, traveling in three cars, visited Flag staff, Mormon lake and Stoneman's lake, returning' by way of Soda Springs and Montezuma's Wells. (From Thursday's Daily) Go to California Mrs. Henry Brinkmeyer, accom- oanied by her son, Paul, yesterday left for California, planning to spend the summer months m San Fran cisco. Business in Phoenix M. V. Watson, general manager of the Arizona Power company, is pass- ng a day or two in Phoenix, on bus iness for the company. To Mount Union' Robert , MunroJ assistant super visor of the Prescott National forest, vesterday went to Mount Union and to Spruce mountain, to inspect the lookout stations at those places. To Skull Valley Everett Schumacher yesterday af ternoon went to Skull Valley, join- ng the Van Dicksons, who left for their Skull Valley ranch home on Tuesday. Returns to Phoenix , Sterling Price, deputy sheriff of Maricopa county, who1 accompanied Sheriff John Montgomery to Pres cott late Tuesday night, yesterday returned to his headquarters in Phoe nix. Couple Married The marriage of Miss Mary Ful 'erton, of Navajo county, to Con Byrnes, of Yavapai, took place yes 'erday at the court house, , Judge Charles H. McLanc performing the ceremony in his capacity of justice of the peace. From the Coast Harry Fields, soda-fountain man of Los Angeles, has arrived in Prescott and is now working at a local foun tain, where he has received a hearty welcome from his friends. Kirkland Visitors Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jackson, resi dents of Kirkland, where he is en gaged in cattle raising, yesterday came to Prescott to pass the day visiting and transacting business in this city. From Kirkland L. J. Haselfeld, merchant of Kirk land, yesterday was in the city on a short business trip, returning in the afternoon in company with his friend, John Montgomery, sheriff of Maricopa county. Goes to Phoenix W. W. Pickerill, local Chevrolet agent, who is constructing a new large dance hall on Willis street just east of Cortez, yesterday after noon went to Phoenix, where he, will visit for a day or two. Return Sunday Following the announcement of the financing of the Verde Central mine near Jerome, it is learned that C. T. Joslin and W. F. Staunton, of ficials of the company, have left New York and will probably arrive in Prescott on Sunday. They are staying in Chicago for a day or two seeing to the purchase of heavy ma chinery for the mine. Summer Visitors Robert B. Peck, of Wickenburg, connected with the Brayton Com mercial company of that city, yes terday came to Prescott for a short stay in this city with his family, who are passing the summer in their Prescott home in Pine Crest. Return from North Mr. and Mrs. Henry Suder and their "son, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bolden yesterday returned to Pres cott from Mormon lake, where they have been for the past several days on an outing and fishing execursion. They report the fishing excellent. Verde Visitors Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Wells came to Prescott yesterday from their home at the XOX ranch in the Verde valley, of which Mr. Wells is manager. They passed the day shopping and greeting- friends, and today will return to the valley. Reclamation Expert W. R. Elliott, former engineer in the U. S. reclamation service on, the Salt river project and at present lo cated in Phoenix in a private ca pacity, and family, are spending a few days here. Humboldt Visitors Ed Meany, cashier of the Hum boldt branch of the Prescott State bank, yesterday was a visitor in Prescott, accompanied by- Mrs. Meany. Returns from East Roy G. Helsing, of Whipple Bar racks, yesterday returned to Pres cott from Omaha, where he has been staying for the past month visiting friends and relatives. Returns to Ash Forx E. C. Hamilton, Santa Fc cashier at Ash Fork, yesterday returned to J h' home at the main line junction, following a short visit in this city to attend the Masonic banquet Tues day night. Sheriff Returns John Montgomery, sheriff of Mari copa county, who came to Prescott late Tuesday night, bringing three prisoners to 4his city, yesterday went to Hillside, accompanying L. J. haselfeld, cattleman of that district. From Hillside Montgomery is re turning to Phoenix. California Visitors Ed Williams and Frank Williams of San Luis Obispo and Los Ange les, are in Prescott, visiting their cousin, Mrs. Margaret M'cChesney, of 249 South Cortez street. Messrs. Williams are also looking over min ing interests they have here. Returns from Coast Harold, Pickerill, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pickerill, will "return to Prescott Sunday from Los Angeles, where he has been studying music. He will remain in this city, playing the piano in the new Pickerill or chestra. Returns from Sycamore H'. B. Wales, supervisor of the Prescott national forest, yesterday returned to Prescott after a trip of over two weeks through the Syca more country, making a general in spection of that district, and of the Bloody Basin, Crown King, New River and Cave Creek sections. Undergoes Operation E. E. King, who recently under went an operation for appendicitis at the Mercy hospital, has convalesced, and is now at home, where he will remain for a few days "before leav ing for Gypsum, Kans., where he will visit with his parents for a month. Visitors from Coast Mrs. J. D. Cruickshank of Los Angeles is visiting at the home of her brother-in-law, Arnold Cruick shank, in West Prescott, having ar rived with her child yesterday. The visitors have passed several days each with relatives on the main line and will be here for the Frontier days. Gees to Florence Sheriff Warren G. Davis yester day left for the state penitentiary at Florence, for the purpose of return ing to Prescott with Nichan Martin, convicted slayer of Arthur DeSteu ender, who will appear in the super ior court here -Monday morning for resentencing. Goes to Coast F. P. Cruice, formerly assistant freight and passenger agent for the Phoenix division of the Santa Fe, with headquarters at Phoenix, and now assistant freight agent of the Santa Fe coast lines, with headquar ters at San Francisco, yesterday left Prescott for Los Angeles, en route to his home in the Golden Gate city. While in Prescott he attended the Masonic banquet Tuesday evening. Looks Over Roads H. L. Fishel, Yavapai county en gineer, yesterday was in the Verde country, looking over the Jerome Cottonwood read and that from Cot tonwood to Sedona. A contract on the latter road was let the other day to the Prescott Construction Engi neering company, . in which a num ber of local persons are interested. Returns from Jerome George Dickson, United States internal revenue collector for this district, yesterday returned to Pres cott from Jerome. Mr. Dickson wishes it to be known for the in formation of taxpayers that he will ibe in Prescott the last four days of each month, to assist in making .out returns. At other times, he plans to be in other parts -of the county. (From Friday's Daily) From Cherry Creek L. N. Wombacher, mining man of the Cherry Creek country, yesterday was a visitor to Prescott on a short business trip. Camp Wood Visitor Ray Hill, cattleman of the Camp Wood country, is passing a few days in the city on a short business and pleasure trip. . Returns from Texas Deputy Sheriff Jim Cook has re turned to Prescott from El Paso where he went to bring back a man wanted in this county. Goes to Ash Fork A. S. Barnes, Jocal insurance rep resentative, yesterday left for Ash Fork and Seligman, where he plans to pass a day or so on business. Goes to Flagstaff Rev. Father Girard, of the Mercy hospital, has gone to Flagstaff, plan ning to remain in the northern city for a few days' visit and rest. Mining Man J. J. Burns, mining man of the Wagoner district, yesterday was a visitor to' this city, buying supplies and provisions for his camp. Simmons Visitor II. E. Stevens, cattleman of the Simmons country, yesterday was in Prescott on a short business visit, greeting his friends in this city. Cattleman Here A. B. Young, resident of Crown King, where he i:. engaged in cattle raising, came to Prescott yesterday to transact business in this city. Visit in East Mr. and Mrs: R. S. Underhill yes terday left Prescott for Keene, N. H., where they plan to spend a month visiting relatives and friends. Business Visitor W. M. McCormick, a representa tive of the Brunswick Drug ' com pany of Los Angeles, is in Prescoti for a few days, calling on the trade. Clarkdale Visitor Mrs; B. S. Snider, resident of Clarkdale, was in the city yesterday, as the guest of Mrs. E. A. Kastner. She returned to Clarkdale last night. From Skull Valley Bill De Armond, rancher of the Skull valley country, was a visitor to Prescott yesterday, transacting business and greeting his friends in this city. Phoenix Attorney George Purdy Bullard. attorney of Phoenix, yesterdaj; arrived in Pres cott from his home in Phoenix, plan ning to pass a few days in this city on business. Here for Summer Miss Iva Kniskern, resident of Wickenburg, where during the past term she has been teaching in the Wickenburg school, has arrived' in Prescott, and will remain here for the summer. Returns from Valley H. L. Fishel, county engineer, has returned to this city from the, Verde valley, where he ha? been looking over the Jerome-Clarkdale road, anc that from Clarkdale to Sedona. -Seligman Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Alan Garrett, resi dents of Seligman, are in Prescott planning to remain in this city for a few days' visit. Garrett has cat'tli and ranch interests at Seligman. Meets Father Here "Mrs. R. A. Gordon, resident of Clemenceau, yesterday was in the city, having come here Wednesday to meet her father, who arrived here yesterdaj' afternoon from Chicago. Returns from Union Robert Munro, deputy supervisor of the Prescott National forest serv ice, yesterday returned to Prescott from Mt. Union and Spruce moun tain, where he went to inspect the lookout towers of the service. To Dos Oros E. H. Glenn, Denver, Colo., mining man with interests in this county, yesterday left Prescott, where he has been visiting for several days, for the Dos Oros property in the Senator district, in which he is interested. Back from South Dr. J. B. Van Horn, Mayer physi cian, yesterday passed through Pres cott en route to his home from Phoenix, where he passed several days on business. Mayer Visitor O. B. Kemp, of Mayer, where he is connected with the Half Moon Copper company of that place, was in the city yesterday for the purpose of transacting business. Moose Hall Rewired Wiring of the Moose hall on East Gurley street, is under way, follow ing the recent fire in that building. The work is being done by the Savage Electric company. Leave for Summer The Misses Geraldine and Frances Giroux, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Giroux, are planning to leave Prescott tomorrow to pass the sum mer months with their paronts at I Mayer. The Misses Giroux have been attending St. Joseph's Academy during the past term. Here on Tour A party comprising W. W. Harri son, Mrs. W. N. Harrison, Miss Margaret Harrison and Miss Maud Simmons, all of Greenville, Texas, yesterday visited Prescott, arriving here from the Grand Canyon. The party is making a motor tour of the west. Return, from Verde Chris Totten, A. B. Peach and O. M. Wold have returned from the Verde, where they went Wednesday to locate camp sites on the Cotton- wood-Sedona road, for which they were recently awarded the contract .... - by the county highway commission. d ti.. Dan Lewis and Ben Schurman mining men of the Turkey Creek country, yesterday returned' to th mine, after a day or two spent Prescott on business. While here, mino nttpr n i nv nr Tivn snpnr in they attended to the shipping of car of concentrates. Here cn Visit Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Gilchrist, ( Phoenix, are visitinjr in Prescott.. M Gilchrist is known here as a repre sentative of the department of agr r- I .f culture, and has made frequent trip to this 'city to distribute prairie dog poison (From Saturday's Dally) From Globe Andrew Sandberg, ' resident of Globe, is spending several days in this city, on a short business trip. Goes to California Miss Marian S,. Hunter of this city yesterday left. Prescott for California where she will spend the summer. Returns from Coast Mrs. H. P. Hunter has returned to her home in this city after a visit of a month to various points on the Pacific coast. Business Visit Lewis Huber, mining man from Wickenburg, came to Prescott yes terdav to transact business in. this city. Clarkdale Visitor Ray Byers, business man of Clark dale, arrived in Prescott yesterday on business, planning to remain in the Mile High city for a day or two. From the Junction W. C. Holmer, resident and busi ness man of Jerome Junction, is in Prescott, planning to remain here for a day or two on business. Phoenix Visitor U. V. Gannis, business man of Phoenix, has arrived in this city on a short business trip. He is staying it the Head hotel. Returns to Ash Fork Norman Nellis, resident of Ash Fork, yesterday returned to his home in that city after a day or two in Prescott transacting business. Returns to Mayer Burrel Wright, of Mayer, who :ame to this city on Thursday for a short business visit, yesterday re turned to his home. Kirkland Visitor H. B. Stevens, resident of Kirk- 'and, came to this city yesterday. Manning to remain here for a day ir two on a short business trip. Returns to Home Thomas D. Proctor, of Puntenney, who has been passing a day or so in Prescott oil business, yesterday left his city to return to his home. Husband in Hospital Mrs. A. C. McVey, resident of Parker, is a visitor in Prescott for l few days, for the purpose of visit ng her husband, who is ill at the Mercy hospital. Mining Man Here K. P. Corson, mining man of this :ounty, is passing several days in Prescott from Wagoner, where he has been looking over mining in terests. To Pass Summer Mrs. Mamie Flemming. accompan- ItllS. -1 1 H 1 1 ' ' 1 x .. .. 0, " I j i... l..- rlo.irrlitAr TVficc fnrv. :cu vy m i mi iit ii i v i , nave arrived in this city from their home in Phoenix, and are, planning i I.c-a rltirJnrr t ll f Climmpr 'O 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 iii.iv. uuimg ..... , nonths. Mrs. Flemming is state or- ;anizer for the Woodmen's Circle, . t tit. J f omen s lodge ot me wooamen 01 H. Hathaway, business man of i-ii " . . T . . n f . . . .It...- In I rilOCIHX, is passing a -1.1JJ i" his city. He is accompanied by Mrs. Hathaway, staying at the Pres :ott hotel. To Copper Mine ti... CioInCVM nf thU ritv. ves-1 J 11 1 1 1 1 UlllUl'l'"! . 1 - I 'erday left Prescott for the Kay rnnnrr rnmnanv's nronertv at tan- . . I on, below Mayer. Steinfield is in- terested in the Kay company. Inspect Road xr: 1. . . . TVi.1.nrcmi .lnirnmn ii f I V llltllCSltl IV 11. iv i -w 1 1 , ti.n ....... . C COUiliy nignway tuuiunssiuii, v.. tt l .. 1 T T T C.:U ivi I l 1 r.." - riOOKer anu x. n. ounm, cum-1 .... Im.r nnrl TT T Tiche1 1 W1ISS1U11 1111-111 u 11 - ii'"i . ... ! ,.n,-tn..l.i. .-n T.lii n "nutiti. tpnmneer. vesterdav made a trip over the Ash Fork road from . . . . n , . .. . 1. I Del Kio to ASH I'oric, inspecting tne line. A new' call for bids on a con tract to improve this road is now lout. Business Visit J. R. Bedford, of Denver, Colo., representative of the Beaver Board company, is visiting Prescott on his regular trip through this territory. He is calling on the trade. Return from South Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jameson, liurA returned tn Prescott from Phoenix, where they passed six days in a visit to the capital. Kirkland Visitor T. L. Morris, who is engaged goat raising at his ranch in the Kirk- land country, yesterday was a visitor to Prescott, purchasing supplies the ranch Godard-Perkins ooara-i'eriuns . . . r.L.i frank uociara ana -auss cuk.i n , iL r r- ,,c Perkins, both of Camp Verde, yes- t... terday were unueu in mauusc uj . . charles K. McLane, in the 1 . . ... ...... Judge cnanes n. Aici-aiie, m m. ; 7 m i mi i justice court. The couple will make their home at Camp Verde. Vocational Inquiry A. W. DePriest, ex-service man o I this dty yesterday afternoon wen I n Phnrtv- where he will consult with Fred P. Rowlen, in charge of vocational board work for this d is- ,f trict, regarding vocational training. Verde Visitor Frank L. Dickerson, of Camp Verde, brother of Will Dickerson former sheriff of Coconino county, has arrived in Prescott for a visit of a few days on business in th city. Brawley Visitor L. A. Jahnka, of Brawley, Calif, cotton raiser of the Imperial valley has arrived' in Prticott, planning to pass several days here on business. and to enjoy the cool summer cli mate of the Mile Hi city Returns from Cornville Miss Lucille Bud, of this city, has returned to Prescott from Cornville where she has been visiting for th past two weeks. She will resume her duties at the Bank of Arizona oil' Monday. Here on Business . 1. K. Hooper, superintendent of the Zonia Copper syndicate, yester day came to Prescott on a short business ,'trin from Kirkland, where the company's property is located, He will be here for a day or two. Return to Groom Creek Thomas Ryland and F. B. Garrett vocational forest rangers stationed at the Groom Creek station, yester day returned to Pres-eott from the Conner Basin fire, where they went Thursday as fire-fighters, and late yesterday afternoon returned to their homes in the Groom Creek district. Visit on Coast Mrs. H. O Storey and her daugh ter. Miss Mildred, yesterday after noon left for California, where Mrs. Storey's other daughter, Margaret has been visiting for the past six months. The family will probably pass the summer at one of the beaches. Leaves Today H. Basil Wales, supervisor of the Prescott National forest, today will leave Prescott for the Crown King district of the forest, where he will check up on the two fires occurring there this week and last, returning to Prescott Tuesday. Callinsr on Trade T. J. Condon, of San Francisco, reoresentative of Dunham, Carrigan & Hayden, a wholesale hardware and electric appliance firm of the Golden Gate city, is in Prescott calling on the trade. Return to Phoenix An automobile party including Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Henshaw and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Elliott who have been tourincr the north of the state, returned to Phoenix yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Henshaw are the parents of Mrs. Ed F. Bowers of this city and Mrs. Elliott is her sister. To Stoneman's Lake Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Acker, Dr. C. . Acker and Mrs. Charles W. Perry, all of this" city, are passing co..oroi dsve nt Stoneman's lake, en- . 1 1 1 1 n 1 - r ' ;n,nn im r n t inn nnd fishincr trio. j j, u . i. . . -. . c i I They plan to return to Prescott bunuay. U.'eite in FlC . ..j. .-i ... . i Prof. Grove L. Marsh, vocal teach- er, and organist of St. Luke's Epis- t copal cnurcn, is visuiug wm, planning to pass aDOiu len aays wnn - C.,-nspn "M V TT ?C expected to return to Prescott about T . . 1 . . O juiy Here for Services Rev. T. Rockwood Tenkins. arch- bishop of Arizona, arrived in -res- cott yesterday from his home in PhnenJv He will remain here until - ..n . - I Monday, conducting services at St. , . . -r 1 1 1. ... J . Lutes nmscooai cnurcn. anu ai iiic Episcopal church in Jerome. On Grazing Business William Coburn, of Coburn Bros. - f -1 1 1 1 r-ntri n n n 1' Tvnc ft Visitor t Ci I V . niiii. w .. . i j , . - - I . i. . . fvnrr Vi J. .nm. uic tiiy j wiviuaj, v- vwm- ....,. (....IniLrtoiic rlTli.rt in trio piiuy z- i".uui uai .1-. . . 1 TUnrtrlv Tlncin rntintrv. He railed I I i 1 u v n J .... .... . 11 miiiiii v..7 .1. .7 - - 1 ' -ri In 1 1 fnrncl ein(i.p nf hpr nn!...t...l f t.nvi.A. n 'Prnet-ntt fnr the at llll. ivii v .-1 ..I. .in "..ii ..w.w w.. business connected with grazing. 111.11! ror wuuamson v-o A W. Davis and A. S. Barnes. I who went to Ash Fork Thursday on business for the Williamson valley project, and for Mr. Barnes, insur- ance interests, are expected to re- turn today, their itinerary included I Ash Fork, Seligman, Kingman and other points. Pioneer Returns Eli Hilty, a pioneer resident ot Prescott, who left here 20 years agof to make his home in Kingman, lias I returned tn thic ritv fnr twn I three weeks' rest and avoidance of the heat, this is Air. Hiitys tirst visit to "."j old home since he left ml it 20 years ago. He will be remem- bered by the old-timers of this city as the man who discovered the Tom for'eea mme. ne is staying ai me Prescott hotel. Goes to Coast , . . Miss Dorothy Morrison, daughter - of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morrison, J ' yesterday afternoon left for Los An- - - . 8eles- where she wtlU VISlt fr a t,me with her sister. Mrs. Tesse Lannint. - . . T T with her sister, Mrs. Jesse Lanning. M! v, Mrs. Lanning. formerly Miss Yvonne Morrison, became the bride here re- Jcently of Jesse Lanning, Whipple i resident now siuaying course 01 vo-cat;onal train;ng at the University I . .... t of Southern California in Los An geles. Returns from Phoenix W. S. Oliver, training officer in charge of the federal board for vo cational education at Whipple Bar- ' racks, vesterday returned from i I) I. n., t.- ,,. arr Ut hnc heen attend- ' on federal board work with Fred P. Rowlen, local superintendent of vocational training for this vicinity, and F. S. Batdorf, of Sah Francisco, superintendent of training for the 12th district, Mr. Batdorf has1 returned to San Fran cisco. Return to Jerome Dr. and Mrs. Riley' bhrum, ot Jerome, where Dr. Shrum is engaged in the nractice of medicine, yesterday erl tn their home in the CoDDer city, after a few days passed in Prescott, transacting business ana visiting friends. Attends Meeting Charlev Wil ard. ranchman of Cot tonwood a'nd owner of the Cotton wnml water nlant. was in Prescott yesterday, attending the meeting of the Yavapai County Farm Bureau at the chamber of commerce rooms. To Conduct Services Rev. T. Rockwood Jenkins, Epis copal archdeacon of Arizona, yester day arrived in Prescott from Phoenix to conduct services here today at St Luke's Eoiscooal church. Rev. Andrews will also conduct services at the Episcopal church in Jerome. Congress Visitor W. F. Sawver. resident of Con gress .where he has mining interests, and where he is interested in a pro jected daoi conslruction proposition, is pdssitjg several days in this city on business. Jerome Visitors A. B. Colwell and A. a. Jones, mining men of Jerome, yesterday came to Prescott on a snort visit from their homes in the Copper city. They plan to remain here for a day or two on business. Frontier Visitors Already Mrs. Emma Howell of litusville. Pa., and Mrs. Walter Bowers of Oshkosh, Neb., sisters ot Mrs. Geo. Davis and Mrs. Arthur 'Bischoff of this city, are Jiere to witness the Frontier days and to remain, tor tne summer. Here for Meeting L. L. Bates, well known rancher of this section, was a visitor to the citv vesterdav. to attend the meeting of the Yavapai County Farm Bu reau. From Walker T. W. Tenkins. mining man from the Walker district, arrived in this city yesterday, planning to spend several days here on business. He is staying at the Head hotel. Wickenburg Visitor John Boeto, of Wickenburg, ar rived in Prescott yesterday to as sist L. N. Butler, of the A. L. Gar ford Auto company of Phoenix, in work being done near here. From Lbs Angeles . Miss Edith Swanson, of Los Ange les, is, in Prescott, visiting Mr- and Mrs. John Massing. Miss Swanson greatly impressed ' with our cli mate and beautiful scenery. Returns from Globe C. L. Stockin, local representative the Burroughs Adding Machine i o 1 company, yesterday returned to Prescott from Globe, where he has 1 r 1 1 ?Ar. ueen ior sevciai uava uu uusmcaa punaay visitors I 1VIV orw1 fv(- visitors to Prescott Sunday, coming: iM.ni. fmm ihni'. Iirttn Jn TTtimhnldt er from their, home in Humboldt mini- the rnnl Prescott breezes to and nass a few hours on the links. rlere tor bummer Mrs. J. B. Russell and her young Unn arriveH in Prescott last nicht. .. from their home in Florence, and ... ill pass the summer in this city, as guests of Mrs. Russell's mother. Mrs. O. A. Budd. From Hackberry Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Tyree, of .hi. 11 ii ii '"i-i- nacKutrij, uuivcu m nvavun j " I. 1 4- 1. A 1. f 1 1. u PrACrrltt tT 1.1 .. ? .1 In D....nll LAC. icruuy 10 uc ucic tui m. TTrAnflar lne TVree hnc chinned a MdllUllU Ul 111.1 1 JIJ lu i ii-iiui. contests. Brines Two Horses TVn.Jc Hert-le veterHav arrived in Prescott from his home in Camp Wood, olannimr to remain here over the Frontier days. With him he brought two head of fine, roping horses 4