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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER; WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1922 MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 053347. United States Land Office, Phoe nix, Arizona, March 16, 1922. NOTICE Is Hereby Given that James K. Miller, with William Bau dcr. co-owner whose postoffice ad dress is Prescott, Arizona, care of W. H. Merritt. has made application for patent to 1SC0 linear feet of the j BELLE Lode Aiming Claim, survey Xo. 3811, in Eureka Mining District, Yavapai County, Arizona. Described as follows: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence tin: XA Cor. between Sees. 4 and 9, T. 13 N., R. 8 W., brs. N. 75 deg. 45 'min. E. 440.3 feet; thence N. 68 deg. 24 min. W. 600 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 54 deg. 21 min. E. 1500 feet to Cor. No, 3; thence S. 68 deg. 24 min. E. 600 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 54 deg. 21 min. W. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place of be ginning. Area, 17.377 acres. The location notice is recorded in Book. 77 of Mines, pages 167-168, Records of Yavapai County, Arizona. This claim is bounded on the North by the Great Eastern lode, unsur veved. James K. Miller and William H. Baudcr, claimants; on the South by Niman lode, unsurvcyed, Charles Crosby and I. T. Hosey, claimants; on the East -and West by U. S. Land. JOHN R. TOWLES, Register. (9t-W. First pub. March 22, 1922) NOTICE OF APPLICATION " FOR PATENT. , , Survey No. 3768. J Serial No. 053222. U. S. Land Office, Phoenix, Ari zona, March 6, 1922. " !f Notice is hereby given that BIG LEDGE COPPER COMPANY,, a corporation, by Edward 'S.- Lyman, its attorney in fact, whose post office . address is Prescott, Arizona, has this day filed its application for a patent for 14,483.50 linear feet of the Grape Vine II, West Side I, Good Luck Xo. 5,' Good Luck No. 4, Protection XII, Good Luck No. 3, Good Luck No. 2," Good Luck No. 1, Good Luck, Protection XIII mine or vein bearing copper, gold and silver, with surface ground 600.00 feet in width, situate in Big Bug Mining District, County of Yavapai, Arizona, and designated by the field note's and official plat on file in this office as Survey No. 3768, in Sees, a, 6, 7 and s, L: 12 J., R. 1 E., of G. & S. R. B. & M., bounded as follows: " GRAPE VINE II: Beginning at Cor. Xo. 1 trofn whence the Com. Cor., of Sees. 5, 6, 7, & 8, T. 12 N., R. 1. E, brs. N. 28. deg. 49 min. 45 scfciE. 2115.85 ft.; thence S. 58 deg. 04" min. E. 600.00 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 31 deg. 56 min. W. 1500.00 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 58 deg. 04 min. W. 600.00 it. to Cor. No. 4; thence X. 31 deg. 56 min,..E. 1500.00 ft. "-to Cor. No. 1, the place of be jrmtiing. t VEST SIDE I: Beginning at Ccr. , r; i ". ... , .. - . -Com. Con A-. f. 6. 7. & 8. A?V . R. I hit. -v ljs- j min. ?t &S8vh fJtrrw' ccTno; ? CNali & S?eg. 38 nnn. E.600 ft. to Cor. hcnci K. 58 deg. 04 min. W. 600.00 ft 1 iCor. No. 4; thence N. 31 deg. 56 rfm. E. 1500.00 ft. to- Cor. Xo. 1, the. pi ice of beginning. GOOD LUCK NO. 5: Beginning at Cor. No. 1 from whence the Cora. Gfr. to Sees. 5, 6, 7, & 8, T. 12 N.. R. 1 E.. brs. N. 01 deg. 10 rain. 40 set E. 713 ft; thence S. 58 deg. 04 rain. E.-600.00 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 31 deg. 56 rain. W. 1500.00 ft to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 58 deg. 04 min. W. 600.00 ft to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 31 deg. 56 rain. E. 1500.00 ft. to Cor. Xo. 1, the place of be ginning. GOOD LUCK NO. 4: Beginning at Cor. No. 1 from whence the Com. Cor. of Sees. 5, 6, 7, & 8, T. 12 N-. R. 1 E., brs. N. 25 deg. 38 min. 30 t.cc W. 1142.75 ft; thence S. 58 deg. 04 raid. E. 600.00 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 31 deg. 56 rain. W. 1500.00 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 58 deg. 04 min. W. 600.00 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 31 deg. 56 min. E. 1500.00 ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of be ginning; PROTECTION XII: Beginning at Cor. No. 1 from whence the Com. Cor. of Sees. 5. 6, 7, & 8, T. 12 N-. R. 1. E., brs.-N. 52 deg. 57 min. E. 056.4 ft; thence N. 31 deg. 56 rain. E. 1437.00 ft to Cor. No. 2: thence S. 58 deg. 04 rain. E. 600.00 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 31 deg. 56 rain. W. 1437.00 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence X. 58 deg. 04 rain. W. 600.00 ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning. GOOD LUCK NO. 3: Beginning at Cor. No. 1 from whence the H Cor. between Sees. 5 & 8. T. 12 N., R. 1 E., brs. N. 84 deg. 48 min. E. 945.93 ft; thence S. 28 deg. 44 rain. 45 sec. W. 1439.19 ft. to Cor. Xo. 2; thence NV58 deg. 04 min. W. 600.00 ft. to Cor. Xo. 3; thence N. 31 deg. 56 rain. E. 1437.00 ft. to Cor. Xo. 4: thence S. 58 deg. 04 min. E. 520.00 ft. to Cor. Xo. 1, the place of be ginning. GOOD LUCK NO. 2: Beginning at Cor. No. 1 from whence the Cor. between Sees. 5 & 8, T. 12 N., R. 1 E., brs. N. 84 deg. 48 rain. E. 945.93 ft; thence N. 58 deg. 04 rain. W. 520.00 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 35 deg. 33 min. E. 1280.33 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 58 deg. 04 min. E. 600.00 ft. to Cor. Xo. 4; thence S. 39 deg. 06 min. 15 sec. W. 1287.85 ft. to Cor. Xo. 1, the place of beginning. GOOD LUCK XO. 1: Beginning at Cor. No. 1 from whence the '4 Cor. between Sees. 5 & 8, T. 12 N., R- 1 E., brs. S. 08 deg. 05 rain. E. 922.81 ft.; thence X. 58 deg. 04 rain. W. 600.00 ft to Cor. Xo. 2; thence X. 35 deg. 33 rain. E. 150.00 ft. to Cor. Xo. 3; thence X. 31 deg. 56 min. E. 1350.00 ft to Cor. Xo. 4: thence S. 58 deg. 04 rain. E. 590.54 ft. to Cor. Xo. 5; thence S. 31 deg. 56 rain. W: 1499.7 ft to Cor. Xo. 1, the place of beginning. GOOD LUCK: Beginning at Cor. No. 1 from whence the i Cor. be tween Sees. 5 & S, T. 12 N.. R. 1 E., brs. S. 22 deg. 11 min. E. 1461.2 ft; thence X. 54 deg. 21 min. 30 sec. V. 4G0.00 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence X. 31 desr 56 mm. E. 1350.00 ft to Cor. No 3: thence S. j4 deg. 21 mna. oU tec. E. 400.00 ft to Cor. Xo. 4; thence S. 31 deg. 56 min. W. 1350.00 ft. to Cor.ipigc 543; location notice of Charlotte Ko. 1, the place of beginning. PROTECTION XIII: Beginning at Cor. No. 1 from whence the Cor. of Sees. 5, 6, 7, & 8, T. 12 N., R. 1 , brs. S. 15 deg. 59 min. 40 sec. W. 856.21 ft.; thence N. 36 deg. 37 min. E. 1469.46 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 58 deg. 04 min. E. 600.00 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 36 deg 37 min. W. 1469.46 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 58 deg. 04 min. W. 600.00 ft. to Cor. No. 1, the' place of beginning. Variation at all corners 14 deg. E. Total area 190.529 acres. No areas in conflict. These claims practically surround the Butter Nut Lode M. S. 1434, and Mascot Lode M. S. 1434, both patented claims, and are sur rounded -by the public domain; no other adjoining claim known. The Notices of Location of said claims, and the book and page of record of aid notices arc as follows: Book of Mines Page Gcod Luck Good Luck No. ,1 97 291 117 354 97 293 97 294 97 295 97 580 98 25 9S 23 98 260 98 261 (Amended) Good Luck No. 2 '. Good Luck No. 3. Gocd Luck No. 4. Good Luck No. 5. Grape Vine II West Side I : Protection XII Protection XIII records of Yavapai. County, Arizona. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the mining ground, vein, lode, premises or any portion thereof so described,- surveyed, platted and ap plied for, arc hereby notified that un less their adverse claims arc duly filed as according to law, and the regulations ' thereunder, within sixty days, from ,thc date hereof, with the Register of the U. S. Land Office at Ph'ociux, in the. State of Arizona, they will' bp.'Uarred'Jby. virtue of the pro v:siplii of said statute.-, ; . . .J'OHN R.' TOWLES, " ' ' t , Register..' (First pub. Mar- 8, 1922; last pub, May 3, 1922.) d. a.- byrne's . Notice of application i FOR PATENT Survey No. 3770 i Serial No. 053354 United States Land Office, Phoe nix,' Arizona, March 6, 1922. NOTICE Is Hereby Given that in accordance with the Act of Congress approved May 10, 1872, Dennis A. Byrne, whose post office address is Prescott, Arizona, has made applica tion for United States Patent for 8,9832 linear feet of the Chelsea No. 1, Chelsea No. 2, Chelsea No. 3, Chel sea No. 4, Marion and Charlotte lode mining claims, containing gold, silver, copper, and other precious metals, situate in the Copper Basin Mining District, Yavapai County, Arizona, in sections thirty-one (approximately), Townshin thirteen north, range three west, ' unsurveyed, described as fol lows, td-wit: CHELSEA No. 1: Beginning at - Sr. Ao. 1, V. ai. o- WW :ll nee n 8l"d. f-- l"cnc.c " ,ac?- ' CHELSEA No. 2: Beg. at Cor. No. 3, iden. with Cor. No. 1 Chelsea No. 1 lode, whence U. S. M. M. No. 3770 brs. S. 64 deg. 33 min. W. 317 ft.; trrt?nce S. 81 deg. 22 min. W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 8 deg. 38 rain. W. 600 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thcticc N. 81 deg. 22 min. E. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 8 deg. 38 rain. E. 600 ft. to place of beg. CHELSEA NO. 3: Beg. at Cor. No. 1, U. S. M. M. No. 3770, brs. S. 67 deg. 24 min. E. 177 ft.; thence S. 42 deg. 58 min. W. 1500 ft to Cor. Xo. 2; thence 48 deg. 02 rain. W. 300 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 40 deg. 27 min. E. 1500.4 ft to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 48 deg. 02 min. E. 365.80 ft. to place of beg. CHELSEA NO. 4: Beg. at Cor. No. 1, U. S. M. M. No. 3770, brs. N. 88 deg. 44 rain. E. 715.3 ft.; thence S. 24 deg. 54 rain. W. 1500 ft to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 81 deg. 22 rain. W. 712.50 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 24 deg. 52 min. E. 1499.70 ft to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 81 deg. 22 min. E. 713.50 ft. lo place of beginning. MARION: Beg. at Cor. No. 1, U. S. Ml M. No. 3770, brs. S. 67 deg. 24 nun. t. 177 ft.; thence N. 60 de; 22 min. E. 793.40 ft. to Cor. No. 2; tneiicc a. 4 deg. )l ram. JOi.u ft to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 42 deg. 58 min. U 1483.50 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 47 deg. 02 rain. W. 600 ft. to Cor. No. 5; thence N. 42 deg. 58 rain. E. 726.50 ft to place of beginning. CHARLOTTE: Beg. at Cor. No. 1. U. S. M. M., brs. N. 54 deg. 51 rain. E. 805.4 ft; thence S. 47 deg. 02 min. E 600 ft to Cor. No. 2: thence S. 42 deg. 58 min. W. 1499.70 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 47 deg. 02 miu. W. 600 ft. to Cor. No. 4: thence N. 42 deg., 58 min. E. 1499.70 ft. to the place of begiiuiing. Variation at all corners 15 deg. E. all comers are identical with .their respective locations. AREAS Total area Chelsea No. 1, 20.661 acres;' total area Chelsea No: 2, 20.661. acres'; total area Chelsea No. 3, 11.462' acres and area in conflict with Chelsea No. 2 lode, this survey, 1.811 acrci. and area in conflict with Chelsea No. 4 lode, this survey. 0.368 acres; total area Chelsea No. 4, 20.469 acres, and area in conflict with Char lotte., bde, this survey. 0.698 acres: total area Marion, 18.372 acres, and area in conflict with Chelsea No. 1 lode, this survey, 2.241 acres, and area -in- conflict with Chelsea No. 2 lode, this survey, 0.911 acres; total area Charlotte. 20.657 acres. L'- S. M. M. No. 3770 is granite rock in piacc 2x2x2 ft. exposed, chis elfdU. S. M. M. 377,0; whence the highest -,oint of Kirkland Peak brs. S. SB deg. 49 min. W. 7K- miles: the east, rim of Antelope Peak brs. S. 21 deg? 26 rriin. W. 18K' miles. Xptice of location of Chelsea No. 1 is pi record in Book 96 of Mines, page 540; location notice ot Chelsea recorded Bo61: 96 of Mines, 'pace 541: location notice of Chelsea No. 4, recorded Book 96 of Miues, recorded Book 96 of Mines, page 610; location notice of Marion, recorded Book 96 of Mines, page 611; amend ed location of Chelsea No. 3, record ed Book 118 of Mines, nacre 70; in the office of the County Recorder of Yavapai County, Arizona. These claims are bounded on all sides by U. S. Land and are within the Prescott National Forest. Any and all persons having adverse claims hereto arc required to. present the same to .the U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, within sixty days from the first publication of this .no tice, or they will be barred by the provisions of the U. S. statutes. Dated , 1922. JOHN R. TOWLES, Register. (First pub. Mar. 8, 1922; last pub. May 3, 1922.) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR UNITED STATES PATENT. Serial No. 053195 United States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona, March 1U, iy. i NOTICE Is Hereby Given that the BIG BUTTE COPPER COMPANY i, tj T7 CV,,irrl, ;: trr whose rfo'st Office address WWVr is Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona, has made anDlication for a patent for 14,993.5 linear feet of the Grey Eagle, Bellmont, Empire, Stanley, Copper Hill, Buena Vista, Pocahontas, Io.rl; ing Star No. 3, Home Run, and An- zona lode mining claims, Survey No. .n? sitatPrf in the Conner Basin n..rl xT-nr" Mining JJlsinci, rrouiu au.m, Forest, Yavapai County, Mate ot -' zona, in accuons 10 auu 17, uuaw- veyed, T. 13 N , R. 3 W., and Section fi i7A ,rvpvpd T 14 K R 4 W 36,. unsnrvejed, l. l-t x., k. r . to .. J 1(1 i Gila & Salt River Base &. Jilcndian. n,1TFV 17 ART. K Tirie: Bccrmninsr at Cor. No: 1, whence the S. E. Lor. t. r xt 1. !,., c 5; Aar, on Zto S del 00 min W 6656 ft thence S. 5 deg. 00 min. W. G&3.0 tt. to Cor. No. 4; thence win. W. 1493.5. ft. to Cor. place of beginning, containing net area of O.-loo acres, exclusive ot areas in conflict with Buena Vista lode 0.086 acres and Pocahontas lode 0.037 acres, both lodes of this survey. L'.bLUlUKi JLodc: ueginmng at ,Ll-b",""'b " Cor. No. 1, whence the S. E. Cor.l Sec. 36, unsurveyed. T. 14 N., R. 4 Mr i ' c j S7 ,; w 27 0 ft.; thence N. 6 deg! 56 min. E.633.1 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence X. 8 deg. 22 min. E. 1498.9 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 6 deg. 56 mm. W. 630.4 f(. Cor No 4- thence S 78 deg 16 Co.r- lNV4,.U,CnC. S- (, aC,S, . to Cor. mm. W. nuu it. to uor. io. 1, me " ' c K:,,;, taini, ?nr,no acres. EMPIRE Lode: Beginning at Cor. Xo. 1, whence the S. E. Cor. Sec. 36, unsurveyed, T. 14 N., R. 4 W. brs. S. 53 deg. 17 min. W. 2050.5 ft; thence ft. to Cor. No. 1, the piacc of begin ning, containing 20.661 acres. STANLEY Lode: Beginning at Cot. No. 1, whence the S. E. Cor. Sec. 36, unsurveyed, T. 14 N., R. 4 W. brs. S. 56 deg. 59 min. W. 1585.4 ft; thence N. 6 deg. 56 min. E. 633.4 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 78 deg. 16 rain. E. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 6 deg. 56 rain. W. 632.4 ft to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 78 deg. 14 min. W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning, containing 20.646 acics. COPPER HILL Lode: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence the S. E. Cor. Sec. 36, unsurveyed, T. 14 N., R. 4 W. brs. S. 79 deg, 23 min. W. 1274.8 ft; thence N. 6 deg. 56 min. E. 633.4 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 78 deg. 14 min. E. 1500 ft. to Cor.- No. 3; thence S. 6 deg. 56 min. W. 633.4 ft to Cor. -No. 4; thence S. 78 deg. 12 min. W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning, containing 20.661 acres. BUENA VISTA Lode: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence the S. E. Cor. Sec 36, unsurveyed, T. 14 N., R. 4 W. brs. N. 71 deg. 39 min. W. 1240.8 ft; thence N. 6 deg. 56 min. E. 633.4 it. to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 78 deg. 12 miu. E. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 6 deg. 56 min. W. 633.4 ft to fnr. No. 4: thence S. 78 deer. 10 ,;,,. v. 1500 ft. to Cor. Xo. 1, the place of beginning, containing 20.656 acres. POCAHONTAS Lode: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence the S. E. Cor. Sec. 36, unsurveyed, T. 14 X., R. '4 W. brs. X. 71 deg. 29 rain. W. 1240.8 ft; thence N. 78 deg. 10 rain. E. 1500 ft to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 0 deg. 17 min. W. 612.9 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 78 deg. 09 rain. W. 1500 ft to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 0 deg. 17 rain. E. 613.2 ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning, containing 20.640 acres. MORNING STAR NO. 3 Lode: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence the S. E. Cor. Sec. 36, unsurveyed. T. 14 X., R. 4 W., brs. X. 49 deg. 22 min. W. 1545.5 ft: thence X. 78 dog. 09 min. E. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 0 deg. 17 rain. W. 613.0 ft. to Cor. Xo. 3; thence S. 78 deg. 11 min. W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence X. 0 deg. 17 miu. E. 613.1 ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning, containing 20.641 acre.-. HOME RUN Lode: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence the S. E. Cor. Sec 36, unsurveyed, T. 14 X., R. 4 W. brs. X. 35 deg. 51 min. W. 1998.9 ft; thence N. 78 deg. 11 miu. E. 1500 ft. to Cor. Xo. 2: thence S. 0 deg. 17 min. W. 612.9 ft. to Cor. Xo. 3: thence S. 78 deg. 16 miu. W. 1500 ft. to Cor. Xo. 4; thence X. 0 deg. 17 rain. E. 611.5 ft to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning,, containing 20.616 acres. ARIZONA Lode: ' Beginning at Cor. No. 1 , hence -the S. E. Cor. Sec. 36, unsurveyed. T. 14 X., R. 4 W. brs. X. 29 deg. 37 min. W. 251S.S ft; thence X. 78 deg. 15 min, E. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 0 deg. 17 min. W. 613.0 ft. to Cor. No'. 3; thence S. 78 deg. 14 min. W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence X. 0 deg. 17 mm. oic.-t tt. to.'or. .no. j me place of beginning, containing 20.031 acres. i .,"." v 7r 7 it ! Meridian, Blafk Hills Ulining Dis- &VCo&flltZ!t.ict. Yavapai County, Se of A arSrV, . . Whi,, ; tfi . i: Ai- acna: notice, af location oV.ai X1 x- r. -i ... . m s ir in i or. . 4; tnence a. o ucg. io mm. v. i3U" Total Jiet area claimed 206.234 acres. This claSm is bo'unded on all sides by IMS. 'nd.; - The amcipded -notices of location, are recorder as' follows: Grey Eagle. ( page 102; BeJImontp page ys; Lmpire, ; page lui; auuuey, page iuu; . Hill, page 10CI;'Buena Vista, page 99; , Pocahontas, page ju;; Morning star, No. 3, page 100; Home Run, page. 103; Arizona, V page '97; all in Book) 118 of Mines, Records of Yavapai t Countv. Arizona. ' , JONR TOWLES, Register. Dated , A. D. 1922.1 NOTICE "OF APPLICATION FOR PATENT. Survey No. 3755. Serial No. 053413 NOTICED Is Hereby Given that in ' the subject came to the fore at Ge 'pursuance to the Act of Congress, ! noai Secretary Hughes today told a approved May iu; io;, .ua. n. Howcrs, yviiMia wmc auu uiU..i partmeat tl,at beforJ any outside Acusta Dine, whose postoffice ad-' ,, . .. . .. j b" Tt ,f A,;,Mn i, Ipawer could resume full relations dresses are Ifrescott, Arizona, liavei1' . made application "for a' patent from;witn Russia she must herself adopt tt.,:..! ct,V r.mrnt fnr the - " -f V. Y, , i?Iorn,,n.s Star and T P.J" ?I'if m irg Claims, Situate in uic oiav-h. mm filing District, Yavapai County, copper and otrter valuable minerals,! described as fo'Jows, to-wit: MORNING STAR Lode: Begin- ning at Cor. No. 1, whence the East conier Sec 12 -T 16 N R 1 W "was citec corner bee. y,-X. io k. i u , Gila anSalt River Base an , by the Meridian, brs. N. ,76 deg. 31 mm 30 any of t s. N. ,76 deg. 31 mm. 30 sec. W. 1139.8 tcet: thence X. 10 deg. , iM.f, fn fnr ATn 2- V Tw il l ,!,,. F. rtm fr-t . . t, c m a 1; I to. Cor No 3- . thence S. 10 deg. la !nl1" - E- 1500 feet, to Cor. No. 4; . c oi se m,,, r m() fwt 7 -r-;v"" l" "' 1 TIP TOP Lode: Beginning at ueir. 1475.20 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence , In W rtfiSfi ft c teet to uor. io. j; uiencc N W dci "o'S. 83 deg. 55 n.in. W. 600 feet to Cor. -or No 1 the! No.. 4; thencc,N. 14 deg. 31 rain. 30 rJ' w'set W. 1475:? feet to the place of beginning. ' T. Variation at'all corners, 15 deg. 30 3 in. East. The area oj the Morning Star lode 20.606 'acres. T!. r TV.- T- 1 1 I a,c w . "V j . , f,, These ciaW. are' bounded on the by thGertrude lode unsur vtyed, and oiffhc west by the Frank lin, Burton, ar.d Dorothy May lories unsurveyed, all; owned by Neill E. Bailey and C---.R.. Bosworth, on the nr.rtl, l.v U..S. .rml. on the east bv t 7 j 7 j the Queen Lnmis lode; unsurveyed, George A. Amctt,, claimant, and an unknown lode, uiuurveycd, claimant unknown. These claim's arc located iu Section 7, Township 15 N., Range 1. E. of the Gila andSalt River Base and otticc of tnc County Kccoracr ontjver tuc person and estate ot his in Yavapai Comity, as follows: Morning btar lode ratning claim, Book 51 of Mines, pages 615-617. Tip Top lode mining claim, Book 51 of Mines, pages 618-620. Any and all- persons having adverse claims hereto, are required to present tl-c same to' the United States Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, within sixty days from the date of the first publication of this notice; or they will be barred by the provisions of the United States Statutes. Dated Match 17. 1922. JOHN R. TOWLES, . Register. (9t-n. First pub., March 22, 1922.) THE APOLLO SOCIETY Tuesday night the Apollo club met at the Marina Street M. E. church and held their monthly business meeting. Seven new members were admitted into the club. Those admitted were Messrs. George Theobold, WcUon Humphrey, Donald Bradley, Afto'n Andrews, Scott, Dumont and Milo Eckel. After the business meeting,-- the young men sang songs, and' enter tained themselves in a fitting man ner. The meeting ended with "5 de licious supper, which was prcpVred by the members of the club. Mr. Springer, the club's leader, is anxious to enroll all the young men of Prescott, who are not already af filiated with a like organization, iu the Apollo club. The club offers Sunday school training as well as much amusement and enjoyment SHERIFF MID II ACTION TO RECOV TWO MULES SEIZ (Fiom T cJncailay; Daily) Sheriff Warren G. Davis is named as defendant in a suit brought in the Superior court yesterday by Lee W. Herring, through his attorneys, Nqr lon, Wavruncck & Eckert The outgrowth of legal action be tween Herring and W. : C'. Holmes, the action has been instituted by Hen ring to recover two mules. He seeks d mandate compelling the sheriff to replevin the mules. RUSSIA STILL II AMONG IE FAVORED (Associated Press Nicht Wire) j WASHINGTON, D. C, May 1. The American government stands mshaken in its determination that i Russia must put her own nouse in ! order before she can expect political recognition by the United States. Making his first statement of pol icy regarding Russian affairs since j delegation of women at the state de- .a. nolicv of sound internal Utrnrtimi j u V. . , : lit; auutu iiiul uic .nuicwiau Jtu- p!e were anxious to do all they could would not attempt to extend crcdit whcrc ti,erc was no sounj i,ac;c fnr ;t usrls or "' r r . I parutuiar ior. . u. Bum secretary nor did he mention 1 any of the developments winch have influenced the fortunes of the soviet since the Genoa conference began. He did suggest, however, that the principle of self-government in Rus sia was "somewhat complicated" !by the efforts of some soviet officials to interfere in the domestic affairs of other .nations, sc- pronouncement eprese'nted the International League for Peace and Freedom and had brought to the state department a petition for full political recognition of the soviet regime. KNOCKED OUT DP SAN FRANCISCO, May 1 A de cision declaring unconstitutional that portion of the California alien land law forbidding aliens ineligible to citizenship to act as guardians of the agricultural lands of their American born children was handed down by the state supreme court today. The decision was in the case, of Hayac Yamo. a Sutter county Jap anese who souClit. such '"BtiardianSliiO I Kant- daughter. The decision reversed decision of the Sutter county su perior court which denied Yamo's ap- pSication for such guardianship WASHINGTON, D. C, May 1. Governors of the 12 federal reserve banks of the country will meet to morrow with the federal reserve board for their annual discussion of )ihe administration's policies of the ystem. Particular interest attaches to the meeting in view of President Hard ing having let it be known that he would look with favor upon the at tendance of Governor Strong of New York at the proposed interna tional conference of banks of issue. No formal invitation has yet been re ceiver, officials said tonight, asking the board to send a representative to such a conference, but it is believed, such a request is on the way. It is expected that some considera tion of the possibilities of Governor jlrong taking part in the conference will be given by the federal reserve officers tomorrow because of the necessity for authorization by the board before the New York governor can participate in the international assemblv. ASKS FOEECLOS Of! $2200 NOTE DU (From WeiltiescMy's Dally) Suit to foreclose for collection of a promissory note of $2,200 now due, was instituted in the superior court lycstcrda'JjVj H. N. Crain, through ) Anderson,' jjjjilc &: Nilsson, against Thomas Sitjji Josephine Bennett riic defendants on October 3, 1921, mride out the note to R. C. Staff, the complaint recites. Staff in turn sold ths note to Crain, who alleges that he Itas been unable to collect, and who s,eeks court judgment for fore closure. Commissioners Here1 R. E. -Mboi-e, chtiirjnan, and C. T. Mullen and J. Ii Wagner, members of the county jjhfghway commission, were iu the cit '.yesterday to attend the regular n1A3(g ' ?f Une commis sion, i I. h. MM mM Mti n nui r vra n n i r ii u t uui ii i UD FOVEAS IK M. CHI OOffl lllfini n RfirFTS&lP (Associated Press Night Wire) umu mil b ED USES FO I (Special to the Journal-Miner) WASHINGTON, D. C, May 1.- The United States civil service com mission states that there is need for nurses in the hospitals of the United States Veterans' Bureau and the pub lic health service and' at Indian schools and agencies. Applications I will be received for these positions until further notice. Applicants are not given a written examination, but are rated upon the subjects of physical ability, weighted at 10 per cent, and training and ex perience,' weighted at 90 pef cent. , Applicants must have graduated from a recognized school for trained nurses requiring a residence of at least two years in a hospital giving thorough practical and ' theoretical training. Full information concerning en trance 1 rctiuirenicnts. salaries, etc.. cti.u dlJlJiJiaiiuu maims, may Lit. vju- tained by communicating with the United States civil service commis sion, Washington, D. C., or the sec retary ,of the civil service board at ,the postoffice or custom house in any city. SOCIAL SIDE OF LIFE FOR SILL'S VENIRE (Associated Press Night Wirel WAUKEGAN, 111., May 1. The jury to try Governor Len W. Small, charged with conspiracy to. embezzle state funds, was two-thirds Complete to'night and prospects are bright for obtaining the final four jurors by Wednesday. The eight men already chosen in due six married men and two bach elors. Their occupations range from farm laborer to grain elevator fore man, landscape gardener, taxi driver, railroad man, factory employe, sub postal clerk and hospital fireman. One is a war veteran, another was horn in the British West Indies and came to America via Porto Rico. Governor Small was accompanied to court today by Mrs. Small and other members of his immediate family. They followed the selection of the jury with interest The court has ordered the jurors to walk at least five miles a day to preserve their health and the rest of their spare time is spent reading l.ooVx, and - magazines, plaing cards or, if the majority ptcfeis, they are permitted to visit a picvire show in the evening in the custody of three bailiffs. (Associated Press Night "SVire) LONDON. May 1. Sir Robert Stephenson Home, chancellor of the exchequer, introduced in the house of commons today the budget for the fiscal year 1922-1923, embodying es timates for 910,755,000 revenue and 910,069,000 expenditures. The expenditures include 25,000, C0O pounds for contingencies. The much discussed budget contained only one surprise reduction in tax ation for which there has been strong agitation, came is expected. One shilling in the poijnd is taken off the income tax; four pence off the duty on tea which reduces the duty from one shilling to eight pence on the pound, and a corresponding reduc tion of one-third off the duties oil coffee, cocoa and chicory. The reduction ii the- income tax is a concession to- the upper and middle-strata of the community while the other reductions are particularly for the large section of the popula tion whose incomes arc below the income tax paving level. SMASHERS OF STREET LIGHTS ASSESSED $30 Prescott ;-.lucs lU new street lights at just about $60 apiece. That was what it cost two young men yesterday for breaking one, when they appeared before City Magistrate Jolinny Robinson, adhiitted that their names were Robert Owens and Perk McGinnis, and that they had broken the light on the comer of Granite and Gurley streets early Sunday morning. They were arrested by Policemen Wilson and Lambertinc, Who saw one of them pick up a stone and heave it at the light, smashing the Novalux globe. They were charged with being drunk and disorderly, and were fined $30 each. Woman Fined Ollie Southern, colored, a woman arrested Saturday night by the city cops,' and charged with soliciting on the streets, was fined $30 and sen tenced to 30 days in jail. If unable to pay the ' fine, she will serve 60 days. Xo mary will be shown of fenders ot this sort, M&ststtMle Rob inson said. E . GOES MEAD TODAY (From Saturday's Pally) The campaign of local boys to aid the Salvation Army in this city by the sale of shoe polish donated by a local merchant will proceed today. It began yesterday afternoon and will end this evening, by which time 'the boys hope to have disposed of thar entire stock at 25 cents the can. Up to 6 o'clock tonight, one ,boy alone had sold three dozen packages. The proceeds from the sale will be qc counted tonight and delivered to tjie Salvation Army authorities tonight or Monday. GRAND CANYON TRIPS Residents of Whipple Barracks are purring to visit the Grand canjon in force this summer, according to C M. Myberg, of the Prescott Auto Livery company. Visiting the fort last week, Myberg, formerly in charge of transportation at Whipple, secured eight automobile trips by his company to the famed gorge' to the north. These trips will be made by nurses, aides and others among the Whipple personnel. (Associated Press Night Wire) PHILADELPHIA, May 1. The application of common sense, com mon humanity and Christianity to the aiimcnts of capital and labor were prescribed by Lady Astor, M. P., in an address today before a large audience in the academy of music Speaking under the .auspices of the National Women's Trade Union League, she announced herself a strong advocate of trade union "institutions that pull up society." She declared that it was the duty of women now that they have the vote to see that women who earn their own living work under the best pos sible conditions, the kind of condi tions under which mothers would like to sec their daughters work. Appearing on the same stage with Lady Astor was her husband, Vis count Astor, who made a brief talk and much along the same lines. Both were received with great enthusiasm. BIT ILL BE HANDLED FOR BONDHOLDER BY NEW COMMISSION (Associated Press Night Wire) . GEXOA, May 1. Chief Justice Taft of the United States suprci" court will be asked to name tb. chairman of the fixed arbitral com mission to be established for con trolling the debts owed by. the Rus sian government to foreign bond holders, according to the plan ar ranged today. The other members of this commission will represent all the bondholders anil the Russian government respectively. The commission, will have power to remit interest and decide all. ques tions affecting foreign bondholders and Russia's ability to meet her obli gations; a time limit will be fixed in which bondholder may make their own arrangements with the Russian government if they desire. Mixed arbitral .tribunals, one tor every interested nation, will be set tin to deal with the question of property of foreigners which has been nation alized. The chairman of each will be named by the chairman of the mixed arbitral committee. In the plan adopted practically everything which savored of capitulations or infringe ment on Russia's sovereignty wa waived. The French suggestion that a provisional administration be named pending Russia's establishment of courts on the basis desired by west ern Europe was not approved. Nash Outstanding Hit New York Motor Show Eclipsing all predictions that the new scries Nash models would prove to be one of the outstanding hits ot the New York automobile show, word has just reached here chronicling the praiseworthy comments that havt been made by spectators and auto mobile men who viewed the cars. "It has been a source of keen pic," ure to the members of our conipan the .-eports that have just reach.-" I here oertaiuinc: to the Nash di-p'''- at the New York automobile show " said H. J. Coger? vice-president atv general manager of the Troy Mot"" Siles Company, distributors ot t.v Nash line. In describing the new mod?b Mi Cogcr said: "The new and great -Nash -Six meets the demand for m creased value with a uew standard o. riding comfort, sf vast development performance ad striking distnuu in appearance.