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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1S22 In Brief I City ISfews f M v ! (From TVedncsilay's Dally) Business Visitor O. R. Young, o Denver, is among those making commercial visits m the city. Hillside Rancher Henry Ritter, rancher and cattle man from Hillside, was among those who were in the city yesterday. On Fishing Trip Alfred Carr yesterday left for the Roosevelt dam. where he.- plans to remain for a fishing trip qI about a week. From Camp Verde Charles L. Osborn, rancher from Camp Verde, is among visitors in the city, coming in yesterday for a few days. Reported Improving Mrs. Clayton E. Ryckman, who has been ill for the past several days, yesterday was reported to be consid erably improved. From the Farms Mrs. L. X. George, wife of the principal of the Prescott Farms school, drove in to Prescott yester day on a short shopping trip. From Skull Valley Coming up from Skull Valley, J: Van Dickson attended the Frontier days banquet at the Owl last night. and added his voice to the general "I should say so! Visits in City Mrs. John Sullivan of Oregon, who has been visiting her mining proper ties in "the Jersey Lily district, drove in from that district yesterday to shop and visit friends in the city. Clairvoyant Returns Prof. Masters, the well known clairvoyant who was in Prescott a couple of years ago, is a guest at the St. Regis hotel, and will leave in a few days for points in northern Ari zona. Goes to Jerome Deputy Sheriff James Cook yester day went to Jerome on a short trip on official business for the office. Santa Fe Official F. V. Lauck, Santa Fe coast lines auditor, arrived in the city yesterday on looal business. RerunflSp Verde C. L.W)sborn and Fred Back 3-es-lerday returned to their homes in the Verde, ?.-"ter a short' stay in Prescott on busmjESH Cattleman Here William Coburn, well known cat tleman of the Coburn Brothers Cattle company, was" among boosters in the city yesterday for the Frontier days banquet. Go to Humbolcz , The state tax commissioners, Ed Hughes, Frank Luke and Charles Hoite, accompanied by' County As sessor C. E. Gentry yesterday went to Humboldt and Mayer on taxation and assessment business for the state. Big Dome Progress Jack Haynes 'was "in ' from the Big Dome muie in the ..Walker district M on jay evening, and reported that work is goingaldng fine. Six or eight feet 'more of work jn-the tun nel, .lie states, will bring operations into the ore-chute. Cross-cutting is going. on now. - (From Tlmrsaaye Daltv) Goto to North " . Rogtr O'Malley " has gone to the northern part.of thestate, on busi ness ai the main line towns. Officials to Jerome The members of the state tax commisjion, Frank Luke, Charles Howe md Ed Luke, yesterday drove over U Jerome with County As sessor t. E. Gentry to attend to state taxation business in that dis trict, hiving completed; the Hum boldt district Tuesday, i Cattlemaa Here Charles King drovein from the King Brothers ranch ryesterday and was trantacting business and greet ing his fiiends. Returns from Phoenix Visits Parents Mrs. Louise B. Collier, of this city, has gone to St. Louis, where she will remain for a while visiting her parents. Returns to Phoenix B. E. Spencer, of the Phoenix of fice of the veterans' bureau, returned to the capital last night, after a day in this city attending to claims of ex-service men. On Fishing Trip Frank Foster, president of the Scm'l Hill Hardware company, Charles Scholey and Alfred Carr are passing a week at Lake Roosevelt on a fishing trip. New Directory The new revised telephone direc tory of the Mountain States com pany for the Prescott district has been issued and will atrive for dis tribution within a day or two. (From. Fridays Dally) Here on Business Gail Gardner was among visitors in the city yesterday. Justice of Peace Judge D. X. Jenkins, justice of the peace at Mayer, drove in yesterday to confer on official business. Winslow Visitor Joe Daze, VhisIow merchant, last night returned to the north, follow ing a visit of a few days here on business. From the South Arriving from Phoenix Wednesday, Mrs. H. F. Robinson is a visitor in Prescott. She is registered at the St. Michael hotel. From Williamson Valley Joe Stephens and T. J. Koontz, G. W. Hnnkin was in the city ranchers from the Williamson valley, yesterday, on his way from Phoenix ncrc jn the city yesterday, .coming in to Del Rb, where he is manager of.'to transact business, the Fred Harvey dairy farm. He. phoenix Visitors Retijrn to North Concluding a short stay in Pres cott. Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Scorse of" Holbrook last night returned to their heme. Jerome Justice Clyde E. Jones, justice of the peace at Jeroirie, was among visitors in the city yesterday, driving over to attend to business matters here. Mayer Visitors Dr. and MrS. J. B. Van Horn drove in from Mayer yesterday to at tend the Hassayampa Country club's town dance at the Xew Frolic. Jerome Attorney Xorman F. Wykoff, attorney of Jerome, drove over yesterday to at tend to some legal business in the city, and remained over until today. Returns from Childs M. V. Watson, general manager of the Arizona Power company, has re turned from a short visit at Childs, where one of the company's plants is located. Attend Dance Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Janssen and Mrs. G. M. Colvocoresses of Hum boldt, were among -out-of-town guests at the Hassuyampa club town dance here last night. ' Returns to Simmons Thomas W. King, of the King Brothers Cattle company, was in Prescott yesterday to attend the funeral of Edward Mahurin. He re turned to Simmons last night. Attend Dance Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tally and Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Smitli drove over from the Verde valley yesterday to attend the second annual town dance of the Hassayampa Country club here last night. Mayer fjattleman Mert Stewart, cattleman of Mayer, was anfong those at the Frontier days Ij&nquet of the chamber of com merce; last night. From the Coast Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dwicht, of Los Angeles, arrived in the city yes terday, visiting friends here for a few hours before continuing on their way to Phoenix, where they plan to visit for a few weeks with their daughter. Visits in Prescott Miss Ruth Conroy of Washington, D. C, is visiting in tbc city as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Ashurit Renoe, coming to Prescott from Los Angeles, where she passed the winter months. Move to Prescott Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stock, of Kirk land, are planning to move to this city and have leased the William Irwin place on South .Pleasant street. Stock is engaged in mining. Priest Leaves Rev. Father Luis Maria Gajarza, C. M. F., of. the staff of the Church of the Holy Family, has gone to Col ton, Calif., from the Verde valley, where he had charge of services at Cottonwood and Clemenccau. Former Resident Dies Ziba O. Brown returned Monday from Los Angeles where he attended the iuncral of his mother, Mrs. Mary E. Brown, who died on the 12th inst. at the advanced age of SI years. Twenty years ago Mrs. Brown resid ed here with her son for a couple of years, and she is well remembered by many of the old residents. Goes to Gallup F. S. Viele, president of the Ari zona Power company, yesterday went to Gallup on business for the com pany. Returns from Texas Harry Newton, formerly with the United Verde Extension shops, has returned to Cottonwood, after an ex tended visit in Texas. Attends Banquet Judge Martin T. Knapp came in from Mayer yesterday to sit on the sidelines at the Frontier days ban quet and cheer the proceedings. Goes to Phoenix Superior Judge John J. Sweeney is going to Phoenix tomorrow, where he will preside over the Maricopa county superior court for Judge R. C. Stanford. From Ash Fork Billy Glenn came down yesterday from Ash Fork to attend the cham ber of commerce banquet for Fron tier days and the meeting of the re publican county central committee. and Mrs.' Hankin will attend the funeral services of Mrs. Hankins' father, Ed Mahurin, here this after- Humboldt Engineer- H. C. Meddles, engineer at the Humboldt smelter canie in to Pres cott yesterday and passed the after noon in the city on business. From Big Dome Jack Hayes, superintendent of the Big Dome, drove in from the Walker district yesterday with Mrs. Hayes and their young son, Dinty. Returns to Homo Mrs. E. J. Fort, of Denver, who has been visiting her sisters in Ari zona, .Mrs. A. Barnes of Prescott and Mrs. J. G. Conway of Phoenix, plans to return to her home today. Eetum t Phoenix ent, and R. H. Cressingham, engi neer of the Mountain States Tele phone company, have returned to ilieir headquarters in Phoenix after a day or two on business at the local office. Mayer Visitor James E. O'Brien passed the day here yesterday on business, dri-ing in from his home in Mayer! From the Junction Carl Rees of Jerome Junction was among visitors in the city yesterday, coming in to transact business. Business Visitor H. A. Jones arrived yesterday from Los Angeles and is passing a few days in the city on business. Visits on Coast' Mrs. Frank Foster has. gone to San Bernardino to visit Mrs. Frank Curton, formerly Miss Louise Draper of this city. Gees to Tucson Miss Blanche Foster and Missi Anne Douglas,- of the city school faculty, re in Tucson, attending L'niversitj week. Returns to Phoenix Pete Jl.icy, Phoenix boxer, has returned to the south' after a stay of some da,ls in Prescott following the recent American Legion fight card here. From tie Coast Mr. :'nd Mrs. M. Brown of Lo.i Angeles are visiting in the city, ar riving from the coast yesterday. They are staying at the St. Michael hotel. ' Goes ta Phoenix G. A. Pearson, silvaculturalist of Flagstaff, in charge of the Fort Val ley experiment station, is leaving for Phoenix after two. days on the Pres cott forest. Returns to Ranch . Wilfiam Coburn is. planning to re turn to the "Coburn Brothers ranch today) Coming in to help put the Frontier days across, he is sat isfied withthe result of . Tuesday evening's pow-wow. Paper Mart" V31iam .Crowley of the Grimes Stassfqrth ".stationery company of Los Mngelp, is ;n the city on busi ness! ' "y "' 'T Goejto Hillside Deputy Sheriff James Cook re turned a late hour last night from Hillside, where he went to serve seme leeal nnnnrc fnr thp office. Tofeullwhacker ' Sheriff Warren Davisahd. Deputy C'ouhtyAtttrrney . TfcJS? ' Westervelt yesterday ,'dro"vc ,outto,-Bullwhacker Will Ae.f . . :.. .-"mciai Dlisuicas ciuuui m Among visitors in the city on busi ness from Phoenix are E. Grant Co vell and F. V. McKay, both of whom arrived Wednesday. Attends Funeral Charles D. Willard, rancher of the Cottonwood district, was in the city yesterday to attend the Elks funeral services for his brother-in-law, Ed ward Mahurin. Here for Funeral C. H. Rutherford, president of the Yavapai County Bar Association, and ex-state senator, drove to Pres cott yesterday from Jerome to attend the Edward Mahurin funeral. From Walnut Creek Mrs. Ben Ainsworth, sister-in-law of Mrs. Clara Worthen, manager of the Head hotel, is visiting in. the city. She drove in with Mrs.- Worthen (From Saturday's Dally) Kirkland Merchant L. J. Haselfeld, merchant of Kirk land, was in the city yesterday on business. Dewey Rancher Jackson Henderson, rancher of the Dewey country, was among business visitors in the city yesterday. Drive from Dewey Mr. and Mrs. William West drove in from Dewey yesterday, passing the day shopping and visiting friends. Visiting Attorney George Holubar, well known at torney of Phoenix, was in the city yesterday attending to legal matters. Drive to Mayer A. E. Gage; proprietor of Art Gage garage, and A. J. Hilger, of the Arizona Mine Supply company, vesterdav drove to Mayer on busi- trom Lasa Grande. O'Melia and Steiner- are planning to return to Prescott soon. Shopping from Dewey Mrs. E. V. McCarty of Dewey is spending a few days in Prescott shopping and vacationing. Flagstaff Visitors Dan Francis and J. W. Francis arc in the city from Flagstaff, being on business for 'a few days. On Vacation Miss Marguerite Talbott of Clark dale is in the city on a short vaca tion and enjoying the Mile High city's attractions. Tomlinson Sees Improvement Ed Tomlinson is in the city from Vcnezia, and reports the mines in that vicinity as looking better, and actively increasing. Road Contractor Here Mr. and Mrs. T. S. O'Connell of Kingman are in Prescott for a short visit. Mr. O'Connell is in the road contracting business. Former Resident. Ed. Johnson, formerly with the Santa Fe office engineering forces here, and now stationed at the Win- slow offices, came in last night from Phoenix, where he has been on busi ness. He will be in Prescott for a day or two before continuing his journey to Wiinslow. Heard of Prescott's Lure Mrs. J. AI. Sorrells, wife of the caretaker of the Groom Creek water plant of the city, came into the city yesterday to meet her old-time friends, W. H. and E. E. Jones of Philadelphia. The 'Joneses are prom inent business people from the Quaker City, and have come to try the balmy air and mountain scenery the fame of which has been told to them. They will locate in west Prescott among the pines. See Good Times Coming Benjamin F. Sommer, postmaster and general merchant of Crown King. is in the city on a vacation. He says great preparations are being made in the Bradshaw Basin country for a real mining boom in the next few months. L. V. Swiggett expects to have the Blue Jacket and the Sil ver Crown mines under operation soon, and other live operators are getting busy. Hill, who will be remembered by every attorney in the city as one of the ornaments of the profession, and who vas with Mr. Morrison for 20 years. W. E. Patterson came to Prescott a little over a year ago, and entered the service of Xorris & Xorris, under whose tutelage he has studied con sistently to prepare himself for the law. With briefer experience than that of Bunte's, he has nevertheless shown an excellent aptitude for that profession. Their elders are confi dent of the abilities of botli young men. P. W. O'Sullivan will attend the examinations as one of the members of the examining board. PIONEER MINER ID Ilff Services Will be Held for John Gloci., Who Died Here at 7G After Forty Years Prospect ing and Ranching in Agua Fria SEES BRIGHT FUTURE FOR CATTLE BUSINESS Cattle of the Upper Verde district are looking good, and a gpod mar ket is expected for the spring ship ments this year, although no caul have been sold as yet, reports H. B Wales, frescott forest supervisor, who with Robert Munro, assistant supervisor, attended a meeting of the advisor board of the Sycamore- Cienega Cattle Growers' association at the V-Bar ranch Plans for the spring roundup which will take place soon, were dis cussed at the meeting. Jim Reeves expressed the conviction, against some lack of agreement, that the next three or four years will bring the cattlemen out of their financial troubles. Bad as the slump has been he said, he felt that three or four years more, if they could weather the" storm, would find the cattle growing business restored to its for mer firm financial basis. Funeral services" will be heUl to morrow for one of Yavapai's .pioneer ranchers and mining men, John three ' 'e 'ast week OI com- im-.ujuiis arising irom oici age. me services will be held at Ruffner's mortuary chapel at 2 o'clock p. m. Interment will take place at Moun tain View cemetery. John Glock came to this country about 40 years ago, and has since ibeen active in the Agua Fria valley, making his home near .Dewey. At times he would prospect in that country, hoping .to make the big strike to which all miners look for ward as a reward for the years of lonely work in the hills. At other times he turned to ranching. For the past month Glock had been in Prescott, visiting his life long friend, Harry Minuse. He died at the age of 76 years, leaving no relatives but some nephews some where in the east, who cannot be located. Many pioneers of the dis trict will attend his funeral tomorrow. riuc-rmrcnir,-, -uas Dten ViSititiK' HersTsfer at GoesTOCoa5F Walnut creek during Mrs. Ains-j Dixon Fagerbcrg yesterday went worth's recent illness. to Los Angeles, where he will join Visits Relatives !Mrs. Fagerbcrg and their family, George BIy, railroad man of who are passing the summer at Long Needles, has arrived in Prescott fori Beach .1. .yVl-wi me evenmir. a visit in this city. Returns to Kirkland Fred Woodward yesterday return ed to his home in Kirkland, after a short visit here on business. Wickenburg Visitor A. M. B.uell, who is employed, at the:.-statc road camp near Wicken burg, is passing a few days in the city. Return from Phoenix Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shumate have returned from a visit of several days in Phoenix, making the trio bv motor. Railroad Business ' E. A. Cooke is in the city to con fer with the local Santa Fe offices. He comes from Santa Fe headquar ters at Phoenix. From the Verde Mra. Robert Finney and her son David are in the city on business, ar riving from their home on Soda creek, in the Verde district, Wednes day. Delegates Return Delegates of Buckey O'Neill post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars who have returned to Prescott at the conclusion of the second annual en campment of the state department at Phoenix, include Ernest McLaugh lin, Carl Nelson, David Roe, Mich ael O'Sullivan and Norman Ureen. Commissioners Return The members of the state tax com mission, Frank Luke, Ed Hughes and Charles Howe, yesterday return ed to Phoenix, after several days spent in this city on state tax busi ness. County Assessor C. E. Gentry, who accompanied them around the country, is back in Prescott. Here From Turkey. Joe Swigcrt, resident of the Tur key creek district, was in the city yesterday on business. Eastern Visitor Fred O. Olsen, of Minneapolis,1 ar rived in the city Wednesday.'regis- tcring at the St. Michael hotel. In from Dells Sheppard Hiscox, in charge of the state road camp at Granite Dells, drove in from the camp yesterday on business. Returns to East Mrs. Lewis Douglas and her mother, Mrs. G. F. Zinsser, have left for Mrs. Zinsser's home. Hastines- on-the-Hudson, in New York state. They were accompanied by Mrs. Lewis Douglas, coming -from Jcromei Realtor Visits . . H - rrancis H.,,. Lines, real estate broker of Jerome, drove over from the other side ( of Mingus yesterday to transact business and greet his J'rescott friends.. Jerome Merchant Peter Gordon, well known merch ant of Jerome, passed yesterday in the city on business, driving over from beyond Mingus and returning in the afternoon. To Open Bureau Martin Shriver, formerly contact officer for the Whipple Red Cross, who is to be in charge of the Pres cott office of the veterans bureau, arrived from Phoenix Thursday, and is preparing to open the office. On a Visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garing of Flag staff are among the visitors in the city. Nebraska Visitor Miss Helen Hoile of Croston, Neb. who has been teaching at Nelson is the guest of Mrs. L. E. Hesla for a few days. Here from Turkey Creek Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Howard are in the city from the mines in the Turkey Creek district. They make their home in Phoenix. . Goes to Coast Clarence E. Marlcr,' formerly in the furniture department of the Bash-ford-Burmister store, is leaving to day for Los Angeles, where he plans to visit for a time. Returns to Bradshaws E. H. Sommers, of Sommers & Son, Crown King merchants, today will return to his home in the Brad shaws after passing the week in the city. This is the first trip Sommers has made to Prescott in about three years. Returns to. Albuquerque Paul H. Roberts, grazing inspector from the southwestern district office of the national forest service at Al buquerque, today left for that place after two weeks on the Prescott for est, and two months away from the office. Attend Convention Among former ex-service men of Prescott who were in Phoenix dur ing the V. F. W. state department encampment this week, were John J. ("Big John") O'Melia, Red Vopatek, F. K. Steiner and 'Robert Brooks. O'Melia and Vopatek were present from Tucson aud-Stciuer and Brooks Tl"' tiiTiff oFfii-e stoi-k of stills and hquor yesterday was added to by the arrival from the other side of Mingus, of a handsome cylindrical hootch-machine, and several gallons of white mule. The still and liquor were confiscated in Clarkdalc by Deputy Sheriff Fred Hawkins, in a raid which found the supposed owner ofs the property absent. They were brought to Prescott and stored as evidence. The outfit contained a still of about 20-gallon capacity, four gallon jugs of liquor, and several smaller bottles partly full. Ran Nineteen Laps on Half Radiator Water Driving 21 laps with a radiator only half full of water in the 20 mile race at the fair grounds Sunday afternoon, George Merritt, winner of the event, found that his motor was kept unusually cool under the cir cumstances by the oil he used. At the end of the 21st lap, nis radi ator cap came off, and the water splashed out of the radiator leaving it less than half full during the bal ance of the race. Pcnnzoll gave him wonderful service under these ad verse conditions, he said yesterday. Although handicapped by insufficient water, his engine ddi not heat up, and he was able to finish the 19 re maining laps without trouble. RADIO IN POLICE WORK TO BE TALKED SAN FRANCISCO, May 2. Use by police of wireless telephone and telegraph in performance of their duties will be one of the matters dis cussed at the 1922 convention of the International Associatiom of Chiefs of Police to be held here June 19- 24. Chief August Vollmcr of Berkeley, who is president of the association has arranged a program of talks and conferences dealing with every phase of police work. 'In addition to the radio question, the body will also consider plans for unifying through out the nation the work ot criminal detection. The officers will take up plans .of coping with the increasing number of automobile thefts. Approximately 5,000 delegates arc expected to attend, according to Chief of Police Daniel J. O'Brien of San Francisco, who has charge of the local arrangements. Beatty Opens Dances at Odd Fellows Hall LOCAL YOUTHS TAKE STATE BAR QUIZ AT PHOENIX THIS WEEK Two Prescott young men, Louis Bunte and W. E. Patterson, will be candidates at the semi-annual ' state bar examination to be given at Phoe nix Thursday. Both went to the capital yesterday afternoon prepared to take the examinations. That Louis Bunte goes with solid preparation and an excellent record is stated not only by Robert E. Mor rison, of Morrison & Morrison, whose protege he is and with wnosc office he has been connected during the past four years, but by other Prescott attorneys as well. He is a native of this city, and received his education here. Since graduating from high school, he has been with the Morrison office, where, Mr. Mor rison said yesterday, he has steadily progressed toward filling the vacancy caused-by the death in 19.18. of Allen The Odd Fellows hall is to be re opened as a dance-hall Saturday evening, it was announced yesterday by George Beatty, manager of Bcat ly's orchestra, who has secured the hall for that purpose. The orchestra is now "being re-organized for the opening, whicn will be the iirst ot the Saturday night dances to be held regularly. During the summer, dances will also be given on Tues day nights, it is planned. In the reorganized orchestra, Beatty will still handle traps and Earl R. Gilbert will play Malcolm Carpenter, saxo- and Kimball D. Palmer, Another saxophonist will be secured later. The orchestra is well known for its ability to furnish good dance music, all of its members hav ing played in Prescott and vicinity for some time. Three members of this group assisted the Tully Sisters orchestra in furnishing the music for the May day ball. drums, violin; phone; piano. SAYS HUBBY LEFT WTIITO BE FEATURED Transportation Facilities of Post to be Put at Service of Visit ors on National Hospital Day, May 12. Special attention of all who will be visitors to Whipple Barracks on National Hospital day is being called now to the craft work which will be on display in the reconstruction de partment, and in the educational de partment of the vocational training center at the post. Through the courtesy of Major Allee and the transportation plan to be worked out by Ed Kastner, it will be possible for every one wish ing to join in the spirit of Hospital day to do so. All modes of trans portation at Whipple Barracks will be. at the disposal of the"'Cjtizcrt3 jjid trips- will ite made to and -from tlrt hospital during the entire day. ' Committees having in charge their respective duties for Hospital day arc at work co-operating with Whip ple Barracks. 1 iTUDENT en ILL IE AT WHIPPLE Sylvia", Elaborate High School Production with Over 60 Stud ents will be Presented First for Ex-Service Men at Fort. Irene and Eugene Graves arc parties to a divorce suit filed yester day by A. L. Hammond. Mrs. Graves charges her husband with de serting her in California in 1915 after they had been married for four years. The plaintiff alleges that she has had to support herself since 1915 and also that she has had to receive help from friends and relatives. There are no children and no com munity property is involved. Hillside Visitor , Henry Ritter of Hillside came in Monday. to attend the May day ball. Patients at Fort Whipple will have first opportunity of enjoying the operetta "Sylvia," in which over 60 High School Glee club students and number of local people will take part, it was announced last nigHt by . W. McMillen, Red Cross director at the fort. Undec the direction of Miss Marjorie Nelson, .supervisor of music in the city schools, the ope retta, which will be shown in Pres cott at the Elks theater tomorrow fternoon and evening, will be given its premiere in the post Red Cross auditorium tonight. This means that an unusual treat in store for the Whipple men, for nusual care has been taken with the preparations and rehearsals of the peretta, for which costumes have been secured from Chicago. The pro duction is the most elaborate yet un dertaken by the high school, and the operetta itself is considered the cleverest and most tuneful of its kind. In addition to the 55 students of the boys' and girls' glee clubs of the high school, parts in the production will be played by Miss Ethel Mc- Murchie, Miss Jaunita Morrison and Miss Almira Luebke and by Law rence Ingraham, and by the follow ing high school pupils: Edna Sims, Nadine Murray, Esther Devin, Alice Nclon, Kathryn Hart, Joseph Heap and George Raitt. Sale of seats for the two perform ances of the operetta at the Elks theater tomorrow opened yesterday at the Owl. The performances will be given one in. the afternoon and one in the evening. The sale will continue today. Journal-Miner Liners Get Results.