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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1922.
PAGE FIVE WILD, ROUGH, UN IS HELD FAST, FURIOUS TO BOOE TRIAL Program of Rangeland Sports in Ruling o Commissioner That the Last and Best .West Will be Supplemented by Fun-Mak-ing Extraordinary. Evidence Seized Without Warrant Is Admissable in the United States Courts. . (From Tfiurscays Dally) A charge of violation of sections 3 (From Thursdays Daily) Wild, rough, fast mid furious, fpur days and nights with the biggest, and 25 of the national prohibition grandest and most spectacular con- act by the possession 1of alcoholic tests ever presented to an Arizona liquor and an apparatus for distilling audience will be featured during the it,, yesterday Avas dismissed against Frontier days contests, July 3, 4, 5 Mark M. Emmett following hearing and 6. before 'United States Commissioner New and novel stunts will inter- Johl1 A- Rcnoe yesterday morning. 1 i r . . sperse the usual order of the con- lua" uguun, neia unaer a similar tests. Perhaps one of the wildest charge, was bound over to await the stunts ever staged is that of bull- action of the federal district court dogging from an automobile. Slim here next month. Clark, noted bulldogger, fresh from Emmett and Ogulin were arrested California, will give this interesting by federal authorities after they had exhibition during the Frontier days, been acquitted in the superior court. Clark defies all laws of gravity in Federal interest in their cases was performing this thrilling stunt and is the first move iu a new program of conceded to be the best m his line, national prohibition enforcement Bill Whealdon. guaranteed to bring whereby cases thrown out of the su- a laugh where only a wrinkle reign- Penor court thrugh defective war ed supreme, has a trick of new ones rants or because certain points are up his sleeve that will make the most not covered bv state 'aws, will be hardened sinner glad he is alive. ' taKen ovcr V tnc teaeral authorities. Arena Director Ruffner is as busy This move &ave rise yesterday to as two ordinary bees, but Les says cxtensve quotation of precedents and everything is in tip-top condition Prcvious rulings by defense counsel and that the contests could be put for the two n,e" c c- Norton rep- on tomorrow. The grounds are In vs""" ""u vv- vyoui- excellent shape, the stock fat and hvan rePrenting i-.mmett, in an ef- saucy and the goose hangs high. IO" lo snow .tnat sucl1 seizure ot Karl, Hav new faces ready for the rae" acquitted m the superior courts I fini iamii,. -i ,-n. i.. t; contests anoear on Frescott's streets. """"'"" Keen interest is beimr shown . in sal 01 "metts case was granted by the contests, the purses for whichr-uul"uss,OIlcr enoe wnen it was represent $10,000 in cold . cash. 5nown as at 1,15 Previous trial by doners and rulers tralore will vie thc state' tIlat the stlH whose Pos with rach other for sunremacv. slswon "e wa5 cnargea Willi, did not Deiong to 111m FIRST ASPHALT 1 5RDI HOME TOP GOES 001 BEING ERECTED Twelve hiinrlrrrl Hnllnrs is offerer! in the-, world's rhamninnshin hronclio Ogulin was held on a ruling of riding contest; beautiful prizes for Commissioner Renoe which entirely tl,r. narW- Um fnr rnnsnlatlnn dismissed the question of a defective bucking contest; $250 for bareback search warrant uPn which he had hmnr rM.nr- Sinn for i,p wwn(r becn arrested by deputy sheriffs. horse; $300 for bull-riding contest; The warrant had been Sranted for $3,000 for world's championship steer scarch f Pre"nsf other than those roping; $1,500 for world's champion- u" wnlc" ulm was arrested, and ship calf-tying contest; $700 for when he was tried in the superior cmvhnvs 'rancreland relav races? $370 C0Urt' 1,e was acquitted. LommiS for cowboys' pony express; $300 for s,oncr Renoe however, quoted a cowpony races; $420 for bulldogging; mm to. the cffect that evidence is $280 for the wild-horse races. Wild " Ized w,thut warrant bv a countv t. . :u: c frt to snaw that such trial of man' Against "beast will -be featured M'"5 t0 the .effcCt that. ev!dencc daily. L. s f 0 BE RENOMINATED S officer may be introduced in trial in the federal courts, Such, he held, was the case in Ogulin's arrest. The officers had been attracted to Ogulin's premises by the smell of liquor, and there found him, thdy testified, manufac .Lring the illegal alcoholic beverage. Testimony painted a fetching picture of a busy workman stripped to his waist, his arms covered with mash, manipulating a distilling outfit. The miii4anna litr n1FAn ...TiT. (From TlmrsflVa Dallvl p... ...uo. uimu, wiuiuui John L. Sullivan today is added to warrant (the defective warrant was the list of candidates who will cro rulea ouc as no warrant at auj, was before the voters on September 12 hcld bv the commissioner sufficient for a nartv's endorsement. As the to bind Ogulin over for trial incumbentin the office of the county attorney, Mr. Sullivan now 'asks the democratic party for the nomination for a second term. The county attorney is a Jerome boy, having lived there all his life with the exception of the time lie spent in eastern colleges studying law, and in' Texas and France, on various errands for Uncle Sam in 1Q17 nnrl 1Q1R Tnlm T ..rsc mr. f v . ' , , (From Thursdays Dally: ., x v, vo.u.uccr. yao passed I a party approachcs you with an uuuugii uic strenuous me ot tnc ;mnn,;lur :rn f ip,i.c;, ... t t - .1.- r 1 l'l'" .. r ,n,r tt , TV' , c and says "Ahem!" do not shy off to 4 ill nC 11117 TJn r. J .. r, 4. . .1 X ll A- I 1 1 .rj.I jL. r P . I su,uul wu" lnc commission ot nrst Tt ,, ,. ,,..-,:,; f . I - - ---J J JUU-.l HUIU11 1131 JUl lieutenant, and after some further the Fronticr days ;t u-..B a. cut ,o r ranee, -.urmg may be a subscription l!st for somc. n- -crv.ee in tne act.ve comuat thintr - else. I?i,r .be rb.nnrr, a roops ot tne A. h. .., he received about 5 t0 j lhat ;t is ncithe .ins promotion to the rank of captain o..vi iLn n.. B.ivi.t hiui mat mi-. .1 !,, r : Since his return he has re-established Lorkers of hoth partics' and for all liimcpl f - it 41.0 nf 1 i'""-."c a. sorts of candidateSi arc circulating ,.w..,a.. iu. uu..iy ilo.,..y aim was ments that ni car t, -r . elected without opposition. He is ,,, f . , .... active m veterans work and is state favoritcs the official baot of th commander of the Veterans of For- prinlary cIcct!olu cign Wars, a post to which he was Down t0 ihis paragraph) th!s st0 elected at the recent convention in !s news- From. ,ierc,OIl it is adver. Ihoenix. tisIng, jouniai.Mjncr has pre. ' " 1 pared official nominating blanks for YOUNG FOLK MARRY candidates and their friends, and will be glad to supply them at a moderate The marriage, of Miss Ida Dandrca honorarium per set of Poland with Frank B. Myers took - . place yesterday, Justice of the Peace HASSAYAMPA SURVEY C. H. McLanc performing the cere- Eight miles of location surveying mony. Miss Mary Minucci and of thc Hassayampa route for thc Louis Dandrei, Jr., brother of the main north and south highway from bride, were witnesses. The marriage Prescott to Phoenix have been corn was attended by the bride's parents, plcted by the survey crev. which Mr. and Mrs. 'Louis Dantjrea, and started out frfmiPrescotf recently, it friends and relatives, about 25 people was made known at the office of being present. Miss .Dandrca is well the county highway commission yes known in Prescott She has lived terday. Work cn location of the with her parents at Poland. She and road following the preliminary line her husband will make their home at tun by County Engineer Joseph M'c Douglas. Carthy and his men a few months c ii 1 ago is making good time, it was Subscribe for the Journal-Miner. stated. Hnt Plant Gets Rusv nnrl Rfartc Catching Up With Cement dur,nff Frnll.. . fnr t Base Gang; to Finish First Lf ex-service men of the V. F. W. Section This Week. believes in "nreoaredness. With its (opening date still a week away, it IFrom Tnursaay'3 Dally) began erecting the temporary home As the concrete mixers- Tuesday of gayety and gambling "on the approached the end of their second broadway in front of the court house block of North Cortez street paving, yesterday. mi. i.ui Kins oidncu in ii me ucjjui. Tne Dooths for the rem n scent to lay the cushion. games will be ranged alontr the walk The first intersection at Cortez past the monument of that hero for and Sheldon streets was completed whom the post is named. by evening. The hot plant near the crossing of Marina and thc railroad tracks is go ing and will Supply the materials with . which the concrete will be covered. The normal rate of laying thc bitulithic should permit the first section of the paving to be completed tins wecic or cany next, depending Waldemar Lindgren, one of thc on thc time required for curing the leading geologists of the United cement concrete base. States and formerlv m rhnro-A nF ti It is the hope of the city to have western division of the federal geo- as much of thc downtown paved for logical survey, is making an inspect Fronticr week as possible. Concrete tion of the geology of the Verde laying may be halted during the next district. He is now professor of week, however, in case it is found economic geology at the Massachu- nee'essary to repair thc tractor-mixer, setts Institute of Technology and it is understood that he will report on his findings to the geological survey. He has spent three days with Geolo gist Louis E. Reber of the United Verde in examining the formations at that property and it is expected that he will continue his investiga tions at the other mines and some of the better developed prospects, AS LEACHER TOLD OF BY HIE SCHOOL ICELAND GETS A SIX MONTH'S TERM In response to numerous requests from metallurgists and mine opera tors for information regarding the status of the sulphur dioxide leach-1 ing process, developed at the south west experiment station of thc U. S. bureau of mines, Tucson, Ariz., serial E- R' Strickland, who when ar 2350, by C. E. Van Barneveld, super- rested Sunday protested that the vising mining engineer, and E. S. "Quor e was accused ot making was Leaver, metallurgist, has been issued. not Poison like most of this stuff," THc nrnr tn and wno PIead SuW when arraigned vide a cheap and efficient method for Pefore SuPer!or Judge John J. trrafmtr fh sn-rpllr,! "nnrnrrwv" ""." Oliuay, 1 UeSOay W3S Sen 0 .... tanr.j ... ... ... . copper ores of- the southwest which . . tu alA I"u"l"!, lne counlv generally contain both "sulphide" and 'nonsulphide" copper minerals, mis- Sentencing of Rosindro Alvarez ed in such' proportions -that tliev can was take under advisement by only be satisfactorily treated by a Judge Sweeney upon filing of' motion method which will concurrently re- for a ncw trial by Defense Attorney cover both the sulphide copper and Roger O Malley. the nonsulphide copper. The latter term has been adopted to include all the minerals commonly referred to in operating phraseology in the mills of the southwest as "oxidized," "ox ide," or "soluble" copper. The advantages claimed for thc sulphur dioxide leaching process de veloped by the bureau arc that the I order to enable all stockholders required plant is compact and inex-lof tne Grand Island company to ex pensive, with no particular installa- change their- holdings for Shea stock, tion difficulties and with light power the directors have made a plan requirements. The operation of the whereby in cases where the 15 for 1 plant is simple, and easily controlled; exchange would result in fractional there are no delicate adjustments or figures, the Grand Island sharehold critical points. Percolation difficul- ers may either buy or sell such stock tics common to leaching are entirely! as may be necessary at six cents per SANTA FE PUTS ON FORTY III Yard and Freight Crews of. Ash Fork to Phoenix Line Increas ed During Season of Cante loupe Shipping.' Forty men have been placed oh the payroll of the local Santa Fe yard and freight crews to serve during the cantaloupe shipping season now beginning, it was announced yester day at the railroad offices. The work will last about a month. Shipments of cantaloupes from the Salt River vailey will begin on July 3, and will continue until the big valley crop is exhausted. Approxi mately 1,200 cars of cantaloupes will travel over the Phoenix to Ash Fork line from Phoenix for distribution all over the country. Much of this year's crop will be shipped to eastern points, chiefiy Chicago and New York. About 25 carloads will pass through Prescott on July 3, and ' from" then on shipments will increase until the crop is entirely disposed of. Thc Salt River valley cantaloupes this year are said to be of unusually good quality, and will be much in demand in the east. Prescott Realty & Securities Co. to Eugene Neuman, w. deed, $30. A roadway in the south extension of Park avenue. D.- W. Thomas files affidavit of labor performed on two claims in Big Bug district. Aranetta Hill, with E. Block, agreement. .Extends agreement of 4-7-15 until 6-7-26. Pocahontas Copper Queen Mining Co. files affidavit of labor -perform ed on 10 claims in' Big Bug district. Edward Rucker files affidavit of labor performed on one claim in erde district. N. H. Getchell files affidavit of labor performed on five claims in Hassayampa district. SEES PflESCOTT II MUSIC CENTER JEROME-UNION AGAIN APPLIES FOR A PERMIT PUBLIC RECORDS Compiled by the PRESCOTT TITLE COMPANY I PLAN FOR TRANSFER avoided. Perfect contact is assured between finest ore particles and re agent. The reagent is very cheap and excellent utilization is attained; thc process may therefore be extend ed to ores having a much higher acid-soluble gangue content than could be considered in ordinary sul phuric acid leaching practice. Thc process is. applicable alike to large operations and to relatively small operations without undue increase in operating cost for the smaller instal lations. Copies of serial 2350 may be obtained from the bureau of mines, Washington, D. C. SERIOUS CASE EOR GUTIERREZ E. F. Gutierrez of Stoddard yester day was arrested by county officers and brought to Prescott charged with a statutor3r offense against his daughter, Felipa Gutierrez, aged 15. Thc arrest followed investigation of conditions at the Gutierrez house hold by County Attorney Sullivan and Probation Officer Powers. Com plaints had been made by neighbors, it was understood. Thc girl was said have been living alone with her parents. Gutierrez was arraigned before Justice of the PeaccA Jenkins of ttht Mayer , precinct '- yesterday '( and was held under' bonds of $5,000.' The daughter has made no statement, but is in a condition for which it is be lieved the father is responsible. . R. F. Cooper and C. W. Perkins, of Mayer, were enjoying the attrac tions in the city yesterday. share. Thus, for instance, a person holding 100 shares of Grand Island could receive six shares of Shea and 60 cents in cash or could receive seven shares of Shea by paying 30 cents. June 28, 1922 Yavapai Mining & Smelting Co, files affidavit of labor performed on 50 claims in Walnut Grove district E. Block files affidavit of labor performed on four claims in Peck and Big Bug districts. Prescott Realty & Securities' Co, files affidavit of labor performed on 16 claims in Pine Grove district. W. E. Johnson locates one claim in Black Canyon district. Blue Jacket Extension Mining Co, files affidavit of labor performed on two claims in Pine Grove district. J. R. Boyer, et al., file affidavit of labor performed on six claims in Cherry creek. Andrew Smith files affidavit of labor performed on six claims iu Cherry Creek. Andrew Smith files affidavit of labor performed on five claims in Black Canyon district. Golden Dragon Mining & Milling Co. files affidavit of labor performed on eight claims in Hassayampa dis trict. H. H. Iveays files offidavit of labor performed on seven claims in Has sayampa district. F. M. Weston files affidavit of labor performed on one claim in Walker district. R. M. Garrett files affidavit of labor performed on group of claims in Walker district. Porter Bros, file affidavit of labor performed on one claim in Mineral Point district. Chas. N. Baker, et al., locates seven claims in Copper Basin dis trict. Robert O. Barrett, commissioner, to Eugene Neuman, commissioner's deed, $275. Lots 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14, block "G" Prescott. ! Awarded Mail Contract, Stage Line Wants Certificate to Carry Passengers Between Prescott and Jerome. Phoenix Musician Enthusiastic Over Possibility of Establish ing School Here During Tor rid Months in South. (From Friday's Dally) Eugene Redewill, owner of the Redewill Music company of Phoenix, spent Monday, Tuesday and Thurs day in Prescott in the interests of his piano business. He also has spent a few days in Flagstaff, Wil liams and Grand canyon on his pres ent trip, but speaks enthusiastically of- Prescott as a musical center par ticularly during the summer months while so many well known musicians are here enjoying the cool pine breezes. Mr. Redewill calls attention to the fact that it was his brother, Dr. Francis H. Redewill, who suffered the fire loss of a cottage and fur nishings at Iron Springs a few days ago. (From Frlaay's Dally) Hearing of an application by the Jerome-Union Stage line for a cer tificate of convenience and necessity, to operate automobile busses over the Prcscott-Jerome highway for the purpose of carrying passengers will be he-Id before the state corporation commission at Phoenix today. This was announced yesterday by C. C. Norton, attorney for the Jerome- Union through the long hard-fought stage-line war which has been waged through a. series of corporation com mission hearings for over two years, The new application of the Jerome- Union for the right to carry pas sengers between Prescott and Jerome is based in part upon the award to this company by the postal depart ment of a star route contract to carry mail and parcel post between the two cities. The contract will go into effect on July 1, and the com pany is endeavoring to secure a per mit to carry passengers as well as mail. Passenger busses are at pres ent operated by the Jerome-Union between Jerome and Clarkdale, and service cars are operated at Clark dale, Jerome and Prescott. INTERRUPTED WHILE Subscribe for the Journal-Miner. (From Fridays Daily) The travels of Manuel Molena and E. R. Chavez from Seligman to Flagstaff yesterday were made to in clude a little side-trip to Prescott, where the two men enriched the counfy's coffers by $200. They were arrested on the train at Ash Fork Wednesday by Deputy Sheriff W. A. Murray, and brought to Prescott' At a hearing in the superior court be fore Judge John J. Sweeney they were found guilty of transporting liquor, fined $100 each and released. The liquor was found in their suit cases when they were arrested. DEATH OF MISS HAYES (From Fridays Dally) Miss Annie Hayes passed away yesterday morning in Chicago., her sister, Mrs. J. A. McGinn of Pres cott, being with her during her last illness. The deceased had many friends in Prescott, having made several visits here, and was prepar ing to spend the summer here when she was stricken with the fatal ill ness. FOR FORTY-TWO YEARS! we have watched Yavapai County grow. We Are The OLDEST BANK INI ARIZONA We have always been the bank of the farmers, the cattle ranchers and the miners. OLD FRIENDS are GOOD FRIENDS We will give your business our personal care and attention. 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