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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1921 City News I In Brief i (Prom W.etlnesday's Daily) Here from Snowflake A. K. Miller of Snowflake, Navajo tounty, is in the city on business, Leaves for East Lawrence Able, nephew of George Nathaman, of this city, has left, for Missouri, after a visit of some time with his uncle in this city. Kirkland Visitor A. F. Overcash, rancher of the Kirk land country, was in the city yester day, visiting his- Prescott friends. and transacting business.. He return ed in the afternoon. .Tapco Visitor Mrs. J. E. McCain of Tapco, wife of the superintendent of the district for the Arizona Power company, yes terday arrived in Prescott for a short visit and shopping" trip hi this city Puntenny Visitor Nelson Puntenny, resident of Pun tenny,- is in Prescott on a visit of several days. He is accompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Puntenny. From Sanitarium P. H. Montgomery, manager of the Martin Place, the new summer resort and sanitarium at Mayer, was a visi tor- to the city yesterday, coming in on a short business trip. Cattleman Visits J. O. Carter, well known cattleman of the Walnut Grove district, arrived in Prescott yesterday, and will pass several days in this city on a busi ness and visiting trip. Chute-Man Leaves J. W. Parker, who acted as chute man at the Frontier arena, is leav ing today for his home in Phoenix. His work at trie chute played its part in the success of the Frontier day events. Returns to Globe Art Sanders, one of the game con testants at the Frontier day show, is leaving today for his home in Globe. Sanders assures the Frontier association he 'will be back1 on the job hext year. To Cave Creek George Nuntz, ranger for the Cave Creek district of the Prescott Na tional forest, yesterday afternoon re turned to his home. He passed the four days of the big celebration in Prescott, and says he enjoyed it all. Returns from. Coast R. E. Donovan, clerk of the board of supervisors, returned to Prescott this week; in time to see a part of the Frontier celebration. -He passed a vacation of three weeks in Los Angeles. Here on Business William Roberts, resident of Fair Oaks, was in the city yesterday on business. Mr. Roberts is the widower of the woman unfortunately killed in the fatal automobile accident on tht road to -Williamson valley recently. Highway, Commissioner Winchester Dickerson, chairman of the highway commission, was in the city yesterday, attending the meeting of the commission to open bids for construction of the new county high way from Del Rio to Ash Fork. Visiting Brother G. R. Allen, of El Centro, Calif, is in Prescott,' visiting his brother. F. Allen, of the county engineer's office. He is staying at Pine Dells, and plans to remain in Prescott for about a month. Goes to Coast H. W. Lewis, of the county high way commission, yesterday left for Los Angeles, where he plans to re main for a period of 30 days, visiting and transacting business in the coast city. Plays With Bulls Tom Vest, who has been in Pres cott during the Frontier days, spend ing most of his time on the arena playing with the bulls, is returning to his home in Benson. He admits that he enjoyed his trip to the Mile Hi city. Visits in Sycamore Miss J. Leedom, who formerly taught school in the vicinity of Mayer and on the' Agua Fria, and who has since been located at Flag staff is visiting her friend, Miss Logan .Morris, of Sycamore. Mining Man Returns Joe Winchester has returned to Prescott from a visit to Kingman and other points where he has min ing interests. He will be in the city for several days before going over to' Jerome in connection with his mine in that section. Back to Groom Creek Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ryland, residents. of Groom Creek, where he is following a vocational course under the forest service, have re turned to the Groom Creek ranger station after spending n the Frontier days in Prescott. Return to Mayer ; , A .party including Mr. and f Mrs. James Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Herb ert Cook, and their families, all liv ing in Mayer, yesterday returned to that place; after passing several days in, Prescott enjoying the big celebra tion at the Prescott Frontier grounds. Jerome Visitors ' Charles E. Hughes and Charles Ewing, residents of Jerome, where they are engaged in Valley Pioneer J. H. 'Baker, a' pfoneer of Salt River valley and well known in Vav apai county, has just arrived to spend the? summer here. His son, Glenn Baker, is taking shipping ore from the' Cougar mine at Crown King and is piling it up ready to the transfer j S"'P vrf'en a car is gotten, together. The ore will average about $400 to the ton" in silver and lead. business, were in the city yesterday calling on many of their friends here and transacting business at the coun-jThey Love the Hills ty recorder's office. Joseph W. and John W. Dough- Return to Bloody Mr. and Mrs. 'Walter Mickleson of the Bloody Basin district, where Mickleson is serving as forest ranger, have returned to their home in that district, after a visit over the Fron tier week-end in Prescott to enjoy the rangclaud celebration. Returns to Kirkland Miss Edna Ritter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ritter, well known residents of Kirkland, yesterday re turned to her home after a visit of several days in this city during the Frontiec celebration. While in Pres cott Miss Ritter was the guest of -Mrs. Grace Chapman. Returns to Jerome George Pradt, Prescott forest ranger for the Jerome district, has returned to that district, after a day or two visiting in this city during the Frontier days. His presence in the Jerome district was made neces sary by forest fires reported in that region Monday afternoon. Old Western Days A real revival of the traditions of (he old west is seen, according to re ports coming over from the other side of Mjngus, that horse-thieves are active in that vicinity, as well as ! erty, brothers, well known in Yava pai county, are spending the summer in Prescott. They are both interest ed in the mines of the county, and while they both live in California, they cannot keep away from the land of the Hassayampa, and when away from the mountains they love so well,i they always have a good word for the country. Return from Phoenix Frank Cain and Ernest Crutchfield yesterday morning returned to Pres cott from Phoenix, where Crutch field went to bring up a new Cadillac touring car he has just, sold, Cain accompanying him. They enjoyed a brief visit in the Capital city. The Overland garage, owned by Crutch field brothers, has disposed of sev eral cars recently, including an Over land roadster and a truck. Return to Walnut Ed H. Oldham, forest ranger on the Walnut Creek district of the Prescott forest, yesterday returned to his district, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. C. A. Oldham, of Bakersfield, Calif., and by Mrs. Edith and Miss Lorena Valencia. The party was in Prescott during the Frontier celebration. Mrs. Oldham and Mrs. and Miss Valencia, the latter also of over recreation grounds, land ex change business, and keeping an eye on the Prescott forest fire situation. Return to Phoenix 1-ogan and Perley Morris, of Phoe nix, who won the bull-tying contest at the Frontier day grounds, are leav ing to return to their home. Calls on Trade money in the cowboy races. He also won the prize for the prettiest horse in the parade, his "Blue" being a beauty, difficult to beat. Goes to Wyoming Lee Robinson, the Hackberry rider who won the calf-tying championship at the Frontier days, is leaving for Wyoming, where he will compete in W. Ederen.,of the Eaele. Snear-anotner round-up contest, itobmson Hat Co., of Chicago, arrived in Pres- ueQ w,tn yenne as. winner cott yesterday from the eastern city. He is calling on the local trade. Goes to Coast of the parade prize fof the contest ant entering the greatest number of events. The prize, a J. B. Stetson James G. McFadden, a resident of L, .' . , I 1nhtncnn I liAnanna frnnorMicIir n Whipple Barracks, yesterday left for .. '. , .. . . . i.uiuiiig mi. uiiiLi ilia aiiaiL in nn- Sawtelle, Calif., where he will remain for some time. Rancher Here C. E. Hazelton, rancher of the Canrp Verde country, came to Pres cott yesterday to transact business. He returned during the day. Congress Visitor prize. Way Out West Publicity for the Frontier sports of Prescott is given in the Western Returns from Oatman A. C. Parry, resident of Kirkland yesterday arrived in Prescott' from Oatman, where he has been for the past few days on business. He is leaving shortly i for Kirkland. Shipping Ore Dan Lewis and Ben Schurman came to Prescott yesterday. They will be here for a day or two, super vising another shipment of ore from their property at Turkey Creek. Canon Business Man . W. Jeff Martin, m'ming and busi ness man of Canon, where he ope rates a merchandising business, was in this city yesterday on a short busi ness trip. To Furnish Mules Mr. Connors, business man of a business visitor to Prescott yester day. Makes Jerome Trip in Coconino countyJScveral stock-;' Bakersfield, are passing the summer men of the Verde country have been, with Mrs. Oldham's son at Walnut victimized by these marauders lately, t is stated. Going to NC-4 Con O'Laster and J.' E. Norman- left last night for the camp of the NC-4 Silver Mining company to look over the property. Mr. O'Las ter is figuring on a separate con tract of cross-cutting there. He is a well known miner and can turn out he work. From Williamson Valley R. M. Caldwell, contractor in harge of the construction of the ;arth fill on the Williamson valley lamsite,. was in Prescott yesterday o talk over some matters with the officials of the Williamson Valley Farms company. He returned to the valley in the afternoon. Court House Closed As a mark of respect and affection ror Ed F. Bowers, every office in he court house was closed Tuesday fternoon, during the mass funeral ervices for the Yavapai county andersheriff who was shot and killed ast Friday. The county employes lttended the services in a body. Over the Mountain W. W. Midgley, chairman of the ounty board of supervisors, last ight drove back to his home in Clarkdale, after a busy day in Pres- ott with the board. He was also in he city Tuesday, going to Clark lale Tuesday night and returning to Prescott yesterday morning. Returns from Oatman Henry K. Winchester, son of Joe Winchester, has returned from Oat man, where he has been since the 24th of last month, on a Business trip in connection with the Winches ter mining interests. He returned to Prescott in time to witness a part of he Frontier days celebration. On Sad Mission Charles Brisley will leave today for Pasadena, Calif., where he will isit with his family for two weeks. It will not be particularly a pleasure trip for Mr. Brisley, as "his son died only three weeks ago, and it is a sad trip for him. He is connected with the Brisley Drug company of this city. Meets Brother Here W. R. Hull, superintendent of schools at Clarkdale, came to Pres cott yesterday to meet his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hull, who will be his guests for a while. Returning to Clarkdale, the party will leave soon for the Grand Canyon and Mormon lake where they will pass some time in a real Ari zona summer outing. Leaves for Congress Eli Perkins, well known mining man of this county, interested in the NC-4 in the Bloody Basin district, yesterday left for his home at Con gress Junction, after passing the Frontier days in Prescott. After a visit with his family at the Perkins ranch at Congress Junction, he will leave for a short business visit in Los Angeles. Musician Visits Prescott Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Ohiey of Phoenix are in Prescott for two or three months and are stopping at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Smith on Mt. Vernon street. Mr. Olney is in charge of the voice cul ture department of the Arizona School of Music at Phoenix and is contemplating opening classes here during the summer vacation. Creek. Will Attend Meeting L. W. Pooler, district forester of the national forest service for Ari zona and New Mexico, and John Kerr, assistant district forester in charge of grazing, will represent the national forest service at the joint meeting of the Arizona Cattle and Sheep Growers' associations at Flag staff July 8. H. B. Wales and Robert Munro,' local forest officials, will be unable to attend as they had planned, due to a necessity of keep ing close watch on the forest in view of fire danger. Pioneers Thankful The Pioneer Hassayampa society which was duly organized July 4th, and is now an institution ready to stay on the mat till the count of ten is finished,' now desirps to have it made public that the pioneers are duly thankful to the Frontier Day association, Judge Sweeney, Col. McClintock and the press for cour tesies and assistance rendered during the organization, as well as to many others who have assisted in bringing the organization to an actual realiza tion. Says It's Service Homer Squyers, two-year cham pion broncho-buster of Oklahoma, who won the prize of the Frontier parade for the contestant coming the greatest distance, went down to Tribby's yesterday and picked out his winnings, the choice of any pair of shoes in the store. Squyers said he was looking for strong leather, since he may have to walk back to Oklahoma. The Frontier manage ment is' expecting to see this game rider again next year, and has Squyers' assurance that it will. Six-Day Ride Ed Cole, cowpuncher of Cooley, who rode from his home down to Prescott for the Frontier days cele-' bration, bringing" two horses with him and shipping one, today will start out on the first lap of the six- day return lope to Cooley. When he leaves he will be the richer by the second prize awarded for the Fron tier parade, and by a horse which he won during the contests. Ed Cole proved his gameness as a contestant during the big show. He remarked yesterday that he'll be back again next year, as soon as the call is heard to "Stay, cowboy!" Party Goes South A motor party including Mr. and Mrs. Daggett, Miss Pearl Butler and Ernest Smith, all of Phoenix, has been visiting in Prescott during the Frontier days. Mr. and Mrs. Daggett returned, to Phoenix Mon day, Miss Butler and Mr. Smith re turning Tuesday. Mr. Daggett is cashier of the Central Light and Power company of Phoenix, Mr. Smith a deputy sheriff of Maricopa county, and Miss Butler is connected with the United Cattle Loan associa tion of the Capital city. During their visit they were guests of friends in Prescott. I T, 7 1 Dm, Review for Tnlv. in thP spp- ol",x- arrived ' escuu ycsic-i- tion devoted to Arizona. The nh- day to transact business regarding iicity consists of a photograph of the furnishing of mules to contrac- nrCP.r, ,t ft,o Wo nt W,.( 1" IBIS COUniy. J. . f. .uegowan, mining man irom nrPi;m;,rv tn Will Summer Here tne congress junction country, was Frontier d The winncr o C. W. Woodbury and Miss .Ruth the race, Harry Brisley, is given men- Woodbury, residents of Phoenix, tion in connection with the paragraph have arrived in Prescott, planning to on the Arizona snorts. The Western remain here during the summer. They TT T T- V t 1 1 h- i-'snei, coumy cmjinra, jc.-- p rMPi1(,c A,oa-,ic ,11 are stav ine at the Concress bote . . 1 . T J I. 1. " - icruav went over 10 jciuiuc aim uavn . iTT. P , , , , . over the west. Visit from Mayer 'UUK ""V Praises Frontier Days Mr. and Mrs. Frank- Condron, E. in uiax secuoi. o. ...c cm.u.y. The crQwd frQm Hackberry anu Vernon Bunker and Mr. and Mrs ruuemx. viauui,; Afrit,.,. Y,( ,,.1,;,.1, -,t(,l,l ll,o I TT,-,. T V,.(t, ro,Iio f R. L. Halhtm, of Phoenix, has ar- , . . 4. . . . . . . t i . t t 1 1 r i i .j 1 J 1 i J " ' nveo in x rescou .or inc -yowcu the contests ;s h;ghly satisfied with will pass a few days in this city. "T r Vu""t V Y T the bfe how and with the treatment Railroad official ninm Mpi-p fnr n short tune, transact-1 ..... " v ' . . accorded them by the management, t n H.istv. a Santa Fe railroad it was stated yesterday by ben Uar- 0ffic;aI, arrived in Prescott yesterday ( rfit rtiA nf til n TTlfL-KnrT-i- hnvB If . t I . - r T a t..: i, c ,, w:t " j ""jiirom ins neaaquariers in oan ucr i v.5, i...uC..l u. .t r.rrpft ' . Krnt;pr ,i,vt cWl ,- .... ... :.. t. r lnn,tn VnlW TTorms romnanv vk- J ' ' i.aiumu, aim w.u rcma... ucic 1Ui u .erdav left for .Sel.Vman. wh re he W" 0,16 . bCSt ma"aged eVe"tS day or SO On official business, I c r4 i' i i. i TT I oi us Kiuu lie lias ever &ccu. nc f . . xi7:u:- ,.au .wo ddi. nana, two can nur R H Qladdocki connected with aim a cowpony entered in tne con- ,he s geological survey, yesterday ih, aim maue uniit mi ume u. . f tQ WilHams where he will re the calf-tying, a little over 21 sec- . . . hus:nes, con. nnric Amntitr thncp mm in rr trnm I ..... at O. W. Rnidiman's clothino- store .. ... " nected with lus work. . . , , Hackberry, Moliave county, were Mr. and gathered in the prize, a hand- , . t, . Saw the Frontier b . " . , and Mrs. Charley Duncan, Mr. and " will remain for a few days on busi ness for the company. Gets His Prize . Ed Cole, who won second prize in the Frontier parade, yesterday called some pair of Justin cowboy boots. Here from Phoenix A. H. George, resident of Phoenix, has arrived in Prescott, and will Mrs. Walter Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Schultz, Hill- N. B. Tyree, Bill Garrett, Ben Gar- fidc residents, are returning to their rett, Walter Long, Lee .Robinson, home today. They have been visitors (From Friday"s Daily) On Lands Business J. D. Jones, assistant forester for the southwestern district, in charge of lands, has arrived in Prescott, and will remain on the Prescott forest during th rest of this month. This is Jones' first visit to this forest, and he will pass much of his time going over the territory, as well as looking , t?..,.: j-,..- make his home here during the next , , ... . celebration. ,T II hr cur Ihpv rp r'.rTflii-i I. rnmtnff I few months. He" is engaged in work . . Jerome Visitors on the Yavapai county road building ' Dr. and Mrs. Riley Shrum arrived program. . fFrom s,tur(lav.s Dallv, in Yescott yesterday trom their Returns from Camp Wood Business Visitor home in Jerome, and will pass sev- Robert Munro, assistant supervisor I H. J. Lawrence is in Prescott on eral days here. Dr. Shrum has in of the Prescott .national forest, yes- a short business trip from his head- timated he may make Prescott his terday noon returned from Camp quarters in San Bernardino. home. Wood, where h& went the previous Returns from South 'Ot as afternoon to locate a fire reported Rev. D. G. Decherd, pastor of the Richard Kingdon yesterday return during the day.- West Prescott Methodist church, has ed from Phoenix, where for the past To Leave Sunday returned from a visit to Phoenix, two weeks he has been transacting Mr. and Mrs. Claud T. Davenport where he has been for the past week, business. He remarked upon arnv and their little .son are planning to Mayer Mining Man ing in Prescott that "Phoenix is as make a trip to Oak Creek, starting O. B. Kemp, of the Half Moon "ot as 1" Just so. Sunday. They, wjll pass -a vacation Mining company at Mayer, was a Mayer Visitor and fishing outing of two weeks at business visitor to this city yester-1 E. F. Leonard, resident of Mayer, Lolomai lodge on Oak Creek. day. where he is engaged in mining, yes Special Agent Here Wickenburg Visitors terday was in Prescott on a short A. U. Schaeffer, special agent for W. S. Bowman and P. J. Lynch business trip connected with the the Hartford Fire Insurance Co., ar- have arrived in Prescott from their transfer of properties in the Mayer rived in Prescott yesterday on one homes in Wickenburg. They will district. of his regular trips to. this city. He be in this city for several days. Goes to Coast will be here for a day or two on Vacations at Canyon Harry Temple, of this city, yester business. . . Harry Huddleston has cone to the day afternoon left for Los Angeles, Returns from Coast I Grand Canyon, where he plans to where he will meet Mrs. Temple and P. A. Ritchie, federal supervising pass liis vacation. He is connected his sister. While in the coast city architect in charge of construction with the nostoffice here. he will attend the convention of the on the enlargement program at From Groom Creek 1 is. V. O. hlks. Whipple Barracks, yesterday returned T. J. Laird, mining man of the To Move South to Prescott from Los Angeles. Groom Creek country, yesterday R. C. Walters, cashier of the where he has been receiving bids came to Prescott to transact husi- Mayer State bank, yesterday left for for the furnishing of materials and ness. Phoenix, accompanied by Paul and supplies for the work. Returns from Hospital Perry Walters, of Mayer, and Mack- Goes South Mrs. J. J. Kauffman has returned Bywaters' of Stoddard. The party is George Dickson, internal revenue to her home from the Mercy hos- making the trip by motor. Mr. collector for this part of the state, pital, where she has been convales- Walters plans to secure a home in yesterday went to the southern sec- cing from an illness. the capital for his family, who will tion, where he will remain for p. few Deputy Sheriff Visits move there in August, days on official business. He has Norman Nellis, deputy sheriff of Came Overland been attending to tax returns here the Ash Fork precinct, is in Prescott, Motoring up from Phoenix, Louis recently. oassincr' a few days in this city on Garesche, engaged in the cotton Water Users Chief business. brokerage business at the capital. F. A. Reed, president of the Water Goes to Coast has arrived in Prescott, planning tc Users' association, of Phoenix, has Miss Jeanette Meeker is passing make his home here during the sum- arrived in Prescott. While in this the week with friends in Los Ange- mer months. part of the state, he will atteud to les. She expects to return early next Week at Canyon business matters in connection with week. Visiting in Prescott during the interests he has in the Blauey Land Returns from Verde summer months, Mr. and Mrs. C. and Cattle company. D. H. Biles, of the Biles-Lockhart H. McPhail of San Francisco, ac- Goes to New Mexico company, yesterday cut short his Icompanied by J. May field of Phoe- Jack Bradley, for some months visit to the XOX ranch in the Verde nix, are passing a week at the Grand past vocational ranger stationed at valley, and returned to Prescott. Canyon, returning here next week. the Crown King district of the Pres- From California Pine Crest Guests cott forest, has left the service, and Leo Barton; resident of Coalinga, Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. Kilburn and gone to Valmora, N. M., where he Calif., has arrived in this city, where family, accompanied by H. T. Jud will make his home, engaging in the he will remain for a few Hays on son, all residents of Jerome, arc ranching business. ' business. visitors in Prescott for a few days. Visits Ranch Summer Visitor staying at the William Robinson D. H. Biles yesterday went over Mrs. R. F. Murphy, resident of home in Pine Crest. to the Biles ranch in the Verde val- Peoria, has arrived in this city, and Enroute to Coast lei the XOX, where he will remain will remain here during the summer Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dennison, oi during the rest of the week While months. Phoenix,, formerly residents of Pres at his ranch, Biles will inspect con- Return from Salt Lake . cott, have arrived in this city and ditions, and look over his crops, Charles A. Weidler yesterday re- will pass a few days here will: among which is a large quantity of turned with Mrs. Weidler from Salt friends. They are enroute to Los watermelons. Good crop conditions Lake City, where they have , been Angeles, where they plan to attend are reported in the valley this year, visiting for the past six weeks. the Elks convention. Former Resident From Jerome . On Granite Dells Bridge Merrill E. Jones, formerly a resi- Art Blodgett, of Jerome, arrived H. E. Cassidy, of Phoenix, is ex- dent of Prescott, employed at the in Prescott yesterday. He will re- pected to arrive in Prescott today. Santa Fe freight depot, is visiting in main in this city for a day or two He is associated with Messrs. E. J. this city, accompanied by his wife, on business. Harrington and John Clifford, in the He is returning to Phoenix today, Tire Representative completion of the bridge over Gran Mrs. Jones remaining to pass the Sam L. - Lane yesterday came to ite creek on the Jerome-Prescott summer months with her mother, Mrs. Alice Thompsop, of 421 North Mt. Vernon street. Return to Skull Valley Mr. and Mrs. J. Van Dickson have returned to their home in Skull Val ley, after passing the Frontier days in Prescott. Van Dickson won first prize in the Frontier parade, and first this city from Phoenix, where he highway. represents a tire house. He is call- Visit Friends Here ing on the trade. Mr. and Mrs. Pickerill of Phoenix. E. J. Jackson, brother of Garence Jackson, today will return to his home in Hillside, after a visit of several days in this city, during which he took in the Frontier days celebration. accompanied by George R. Hillis of the same city, are visitors in Pres cott, arriving yesterday. They are visiting their friend here, Mrs. Jane M. Smith, proprietor of the Prescott hotel. To Operate Properties George Felt,, of Denver, Colo., where he is connected with the American Lead & Zinc Smelting company, is in Prescott on business. He has taken over the Dunkirk and Davis mines in the Senator district, planning to operate them in the near future. Here cr. business Herman A. Wagner, mining and business man of Mayer, came to Prescott yesterday on business con nected with a judgment recently handed down by .the" U. S. district court here against the Great Western smelters and the Mayer smelters corporations. Visits Sister Here Jack Sparkes, of Phoenix, arrived on the noon train yesterday from the south and dropped off to visit his sister, Miss Grace M. Sparkes, be tween trains. He left last night to continue his journey to Los Ange les, where he will attend the Elks convention. From Iron Springs Messrs. Goldberg, Coggins and Pendergast,- of the Iron Springs Out ing club of Phoenix, owners of tne Iron Springs resort, were in Pres cott yesterday. They report a water shortage at the springs, but state that plans arc under way to increase the supply. Quits the West Charles E. Roe, of Mayer, where for the past six years he has been employed as an assayer for the Great Western Smelters corporation, ex pects to go to WisWylisin within a day or two, to make his home in that state. Mr. Roe is first cousin to Vice-President Calvin Coolidge. Champ Gets Offer Ritchie Lewis, winner of the world's championship broncho bust ing contest at the 1921 Prescott Frontier days celebration, has re ceived from Willits, Calif., an offer of $50 a day and all the money he can win in addition, if he will ride at the rodeo, to be held in the Cali fornia city. Returns a Bride When she left Jerome recently for California, Miss Agnes Kelley, of the Copper city, was simply Miss Agnes Kelley. Yesterday, however, she re turned from San Francisco as Mrs. Blaine Ternouth. She and Mr. Ter uouth were married in San Francisco June- 27. Mrs. Ternouth is leaving for Jerome, where she will presently be joined by her husband. Forest Inspection Robert Munro, assistant supervisor of the Prescott National forest, yes terday left for the Jerome and Cherry districts of the forest, accom panied' by J. D. Jones of Albuquer que, assistant forester of the south western district, in charge of lands. The two forest men will be gone for about four days, during which" they will conduct inspections of the dis trict in regard to fire hazard, trails ind recreation facilities. From Walnut Grove Business yesterday brought J. W. Shew, rancher and stockman of the Walnut Grove country, to this city. Returns to Oatman A. C. Parry, who has been in this :ity for a day or two on business, esterday returned to Oatman. Junction Visitors Mr. and Mrs. C. Haynes, residents 3f Jerome Junction, yesterday arrived in Prescott for a week-end -shopping trip and visit. Mayer Visitors Dan Condron and EH Bates, well known mining men of the Mayer :ountry, were business visitors to Prescott yesterday. From Copper Basin Ihomas C. Hill, mining man trom the Copper Basin district, yesterday was a visitor .to this city, coming in o transact business. From Clemenceau Mr. and Mrs. Harry Treatham yes terday came to Prescott from their home in Clemenceau, planning to lass the week-end here. Mining Man Here Harry Colbath, mining man of Je rome, arrived in Prescott yesterday tor a week-end visit and business trip to the Mile Hi city. Leave Today Mr. and Mrs. Claud 1. Davenport today will leave for Oak Creek, where thev nlan to pass a vacation outing of a couple of weeks at Lo "omai lodge. They will be accom- aamed by their little son. From Clemenceau John Munds, deputy sheriff for :he Clemenceau precinct, was m Prescott yesterday, appearing as a witness in the superior court. wagoner Visitor Mrs. Hiram Calkins, resident ot Wagoner, is passing several days in Prescott. visiting friends in this city. She arrived here yesterday. En Route North Henry Braun arrived in Prescott esterday. en route from Los An geles to his home in Crown King, where he has milling interests. Skull Valley Visitor Ernest Delk, rancher of the skuu alley country, was in Prescott yes terday, transacting business and greeting his friends in this city. Humboldt Visitor Walter C. Goeglcm, resident ot Humboldt, where he is connected .vith the Consolidated, was a visitor to Prescott yesterday on business. Returns to Phoenix Mrs. W. S. Norvetl, of Phoenix, .vhcre her husband is state water commissioner, yesterday returned to her home in the capital after a visit f about a month in this city. Air. Norveil returned to Phoenix about the middle of last week.