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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1922. c:s:s:s:ss:ss)s:s:'S:s:a ft : Lsity JNews In Brief v(ww.',!S Wc!jS?'3 i Enjoy Outing (From Thursdays Daily) Kev. A. y. N;clols and h;s famjy i-rom iron springs aml their cucst. Miss Barrintrtnn. on- Back from Mine Andy Syvcrson lias returned from the property of the Arizona Copper Mining company in the Bloody Basin district, where he has heen for the past week. Mr. Syversson is man ager of the property. Herbert Price of the Iron Springs Outing club was in the city yester day on business from the springs From Ruby J. J. Ott, resident of Ruby, arrived in Prescott Tuesday and was here yesterday on business. From Glendale A. E. Kent of Glendale was among arrivals in the city yesterday, regis tering at the Prescott hotel. Goes to Coast Miss Frances Strain, who has been , visiting in Prescott recently, yester day went to Los Angeles. Gees to Coast Fred Colter of Colter, Ariz., yes terday left for Los Angeles after a short stay in Prescott. While here he visited his father, J. G. Colter at the Pioneers' Home. Go to Coast Mr. and Mrs. Porter Martin arer planning to go to Los Angeles Fri day for a visit in the southern Cali fornia city. Draughtsman Here A. L. Darsey of the county high way forces, was in Prescott yester day, coming in to do some draught ing work on the Hassayampa survey. From Cedar Glade Pascal Mindotte, resident of Cedar Glade, came in to Prescott yester day to transact business in this city. Frcm the Junction Claud Aitken, rancher of the Je rome Junction district, was among visitors in Prescott yesterday, tran sacting business and greeting friends. Former Resident Mrs. Martha Heaton, formerly a resident of Jerome, arrived yesterday afternoon from Los Angeles, and will visit for several days. Here from Phoenix John W. Siddon-of Jersey City, N. J., arrived yesterday from Phoenix, where lie has been staying recently. He will be here for a short while. From the Coast Hugh McDonnell and James A. Montgomery of the Los Angeles Times are passing a few days in Prescott on business. Frcm the Coast A. R. Brown, Grant Tod.J.D. Mur- phy and W. J. Rcardon, all of San Francisco, are in Prescott to transact business. Is' Recovering W. A. Baker, adjutant of the local American Legion post, who has bceq ill recently, is reported to be recover ing. From Wickenburg, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Matlock are among arrivals in Prescott, coming from their home in Wickenburg for a short visit in the Mile High city. Frcm Tempe E. M. Lands, resident of Tempe, has arrived in this city for ' a short stay on business. He is registered at the Prescott hotel. Phoenix Visitors O. H. Mitchell and R. A. Foster, both of Phoenix, are visitors in Prescott. Both made the trip up from the south by automobile. From Alabama Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Spears ar rived yesterday to visit in Prescott, registering from Birmingham, Ala., at the St. Michael hotel. Here for Summer John P. Orme, president of the Arizona Pioneers' society, has arrived from Phoenix with his' daughter, and will pass the summer in Prescott. Returns frcm Phoenix V. A. Drake, assistant to the vice president of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railroad, returned yestcrday from a short business trip to Phoenix. Shopping Trip Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Gist, well known residents of Skull' Valley, passed yesterday in thc-city shopping and visiting. Back from Canyon Mr. and Mrs. Neil C. Clark have returned from the Grand canyon, where they went Sunday with Warner B. Buckley, an attorney of Chicago and an old friend of Mr. Clark's. Mr. Buckley was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Clark for a few days, stopping over en route from the Shriner's convention in California. He continued his journey to the east from the canyon. Visits Family Mrs. J. V. Carroll of San Pedro ?rrivcd yesterday afternoon with her children, and -will be the guest -of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shu mate, and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shumate, during the summer. Go to Jerome W. F. Staunton of Pasadena, presi dent of the Verde Central Copper Mining company, and C T. Josliu of this city, secretary of the company, yesterday went to the mine at Je jnme. returning last night. joyed a picnic at the Copper Basin si-mmit Tuesday, driving out for the day. Returns to Bagdad William Miller, well known cattle man of the Bagdad country, yester day afternoon returned to his home after a stay, of several days in Pres cott on jury duty in the superior court. Meet Parents,- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weidler have returned from Ash Fork, where they went to meet Mr. and Mrs. Weidler, Sr., who will pass the summer with their sou and daughter-in-law in this city. Here for Summer " Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Roper of Phoe nix have arrived in Prescott and taken a house .'on Western avenue for the summer. Mr. Roper is pro prietor of the Roper Motor company at the capital.. Installs Plant Harry Smith, of Vync Brothers Electric company, is installing an electric plant and electric lighting equipment at the Granite Dells re sort. En Route South Charles E. McKinIe owner of the McKinlcy mines near Iron Springs, was in the city yesterday, arriving Tuesday from Los Angeles and stop ping over here on his way to Phoenix. ' Supervisor Back H. B. Wales, supervisor of the Prescott forest, returned shortly after midnight Tuesday from Crown King, where he has been for the past week or two on forest business. Goes to Jaeger. Robert Munro, deputy supervisor of the Prescott forest service, ac companied by R. W. Hussey of the forest rangers, yesterday went out to the Jaeger Canyon district on official business. Return from East Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steed have returned from Denver, where . they visited for six weeks with their par- cuts. They made the trip to Denver and return by automobile. Visits Daughter II. C. Growc, police inspector of Phoenix, is visiting in Prescott as the housc-gticst of his daughter, Mrs. O. F. Orthcl. Here for Summer Mrs. J. A. Garner of Gilbert is in Prescott with her children to stay for the summer. To California Mrs. E. R. Willistcrn yesterday afternoon went to Los Angeles, where she plans to remain for the summer. Go to Coast Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lucas yester day afternoon went to California, planning to visit in San Francisco for several weeks. Opens North Shop Mrs. D. O. Fort of. Phoenix, who recently opened a style shop in the Congress hotel building, has gone to Flagstaff to open another branch. From the South Margaret Henderson of Phoenix is among arrivals in Prescott, coming up from the south Tuesday and reg istering at the St. Michael. Attends Convention Miss Mary Cromwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cromwell, tday plans to leave for Glacier Nationa park in Montana to attend the na tional convention of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, at which al most 500 delegates from .various parts of the country will be present. Miss Cromwell is a delegate from the University of Arizona sorority. Gees to Coast Mrs. Jewell Block, who arrived here a few days ago with her brother, who has entered Whipple Barracks as a patient, yesterday left for Phoenix, planning lo visit that city and Los Angeles en roule to her home in Houston, Texas. Jerome Visitor Val de Camp of Jerome drove over yesterday for a short slay in Pres cott. From Mayer "Deacon" W. II. Skinner was in the city yesterday afternoon, coming in lo transact " business and greet friends, from his home at the Poca hontas mine near Mayer. the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gentry. Mrs. Aldrich is Mrs. Gentry's sister.' Ajo Visitor G. A. Lancy was among arrivals in Prescott yesterday, coming on busi ness from his home in Ajo. Here from Mayer Joseph L.' Warner, mining man of Mayer, yesterday was in the city for a short stay on business. From the Coast v C. Appelhoff of Los Angeles is in the city transacting business for a California firm. From Gallup Arriving from Gallup, II. Coleman and Jack Hummel arc in the city to attend the Frontier days contests. Here on Visit Mr. - and Mrs. S. A. Russell arc passing a few days in Prescott, reg istering at the Prescott hotel. From Winslow Coming from Winslow, II. C. Kabeline, business man of that city, is in Prescott for a few days. Goes to Phoenix C. C. Norton of Norton, Wavru nek & Eckcrt, today is going to Phoenix on legal business. From the South Grita Russell arrived yesterday from Wickenburg, registering at the St. Michael hotel. Walker Visitor John Myrmo, resident of Walker, was among business visitors in Pres cott yesterday. He is engaged in mining in the Walker district. v From the South Mrs. H. Y. Pecplcs and Mrs. II. L. Stine, both of Phoenix, arrived from the south yesterday to enjoy the summer weather in Prescott. Mayer Visitors D. C Allen and Clyde Back, both of Mayer, drove to Prescott yester day to transact business and greet their friends in this city. From the Coast M. I. Dann of Los Angeles i passing several days in Prescott on business. He arrived from the coast yesterday. From Kingman Arriving from Kingman yesterday W. P. Carr was among visitors in the city. He is in Prescott on busi ness. From the North Coming down from Flagstaff Mr, and Mrs. Jack Fuss of that city are among visitors in Prescott. They are registered at the Ijcad hotel. For the Show (From r'rMay's T)h!'.t) From the East Mrs. W. J. Zimmerman arrived in Prescott yesterday from her home in Dickinson, N. Dak. Hrn? from Walker John Coc, an old-time miner from the Walker district, came in to the city yesterday on business. Here on Visit Mr. and Mrs. H. Aldrich of the Tatum ranch near Wcnden, have ar rived in Prescott to visit, and are Mrs. Kane Wangman and family of Kingman are planning to come down to Prescott next week for the Frontier da3-s contests. Phoenix Visiter R. P. Kile, business man of Phoe nix, will be among those attending the Frontier days contests, he has wired the chamber of commerce. Mining Man Here Ralph Williams, well known min ing man of the Bolado country, was among visitors in Prescott on busi ness yesterday. From Bouse II. J. Coke arrived yesterday from his home in Bouse, Ariz., and will be in the city for a 'few days. From Texas Sidney Welsh of Houston, Texas, is a visitor in Prescott, arriving late Wednesday and registering at the Prescott hotel. He is here on busi ness. From Kirkland Robert. Robertson of Kirkland, where he is developing mining prop erty, passed yesterday in Prescott, transacting business and greeting friends. Hctc for Summer Mrs. C. LeRoy Stack and her young son, Junior, have arrived from Phoenix and are visiting in Prescott. They expect to remain here for the summer. -Mayer Visitor L. S. Ketcham came in yesterday from the- Mayer district, where he is engaged in milling. lie passed the day transacting business and greet ing friends. Attend Contests A. F. Sanders of Globe has wired the chamber of commerce for reser vations during the Frontier days contests next 'week, which he ex pects to attend with his family. Frcm the North 'Mr. and Mrs. W. Howlcy of Flag staff have arrived in Prescott and will be here during the Frontier days celebration. From Jerome Emil Kovacovich, proprietor of the Koyacovich Mercantile company of Jerome, was here yesterday on busi ness. He drove over on Wednesday afternoon. Phoenix Visitors F. E. Allen and A. W. Harbold, business men of Phoenix, are passing several days in Prescott. They are at the Head hotel. Returns to Home E. F. Leonard of the Arizona Power company at Mayer, yesterday afternoon returned to his home there after a short business trip to Pres cott. From Jerome , William J. Green of the United Verde Copper company at Jerome was among visitors in Prescott yes terday, lie came over on court business. From the South Arriving from Phoenix, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wright and their child are visiting in Prescott. They came north to take in the Frontier days contests. Looks Over Mine George E. Weathcrby, mining man of Decatur, III., is in Prescott to look over the property of the Black Diamond Mining and Development company, of which he is an official. The company's property is located in the Walker district. Division Head W. F. Martens, superintendent of the Albuquerque division of the Santa Fe coast lines, was in the city- yesterday from his headquarters at Winslow. He came down Wednes day night to be here for a. day or two on business with W. P. Arntz, roadmastcr of the Prescott and Phoenix line, jjt the local offices. Joins Sister Here Mrs. J. A. Toff of Palo Alto, Calif, arrived from the coast last Wednes day night to join her sister, Mrs. E. E. Washburn, whose husband died on the desert ' last week while they were en route to Prescott. ' Mrs. Washburn plans to return in a few days with her two sons and her sister to Palo Alto. From the Springs Miss Eleanor - Wilkinson, daughter of H. B. Wilkinson, Phoenix at torney and member of the state leg islature, . was in the city yesterday from Iron Springs, where the Wilkinsons , arc passing the summer. Miss Wilkinson passed the after noon shopping and visiting friends Return from Trip Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Latimer have returned from an extended motor tour to the Grand canyon and to Long Beach, Calif., on which they were accompanied by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Latimer, of Keifer, Okla. Makes Heme Here I. L. Fellers has arrived from ,Ft. Huachuca, Texas, and is making his home in Prescott. Formerly in charge of tailoring shops at Ft. Hua chuca and Ft. Baird, he is now with the Star Cleaners. From Hillside Henry Ritter came in yesterday on business from Hillside. He is plan ning to enter the Frontier days con tests and expects to put up some heavy competition for the roping honors. Attend Convention Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Barnes last night planned to leave for Denver to attend a convention of representa tives of the Pa'cific Mutual Life In surance company of Los Angeles. Goes to Walker Tom J. Cavness, who arrived the other day in Prescott from the fa mous 51 ranch in the Cave Creek country, has gone out to Walker to look around that district for a few days. Comes from Camp John Park, ex-scrvicc man of this city, yesterday came down from Spruce mountain, where he is pass ing the summer months at the fire- lookout station. From the River Mrs. Daisy Williams, accompanied y Aliss Joy Piatt, arrived in Pres cott yesterday from their home in Blythe, Calif., for a visit of several days here. From Ccburn Ranch Mr. and Mrs. Wallace C'oburn, ac companied by their daughter, Miss Dorothy Coburn, were, greeting their friends in Prescott yesterday. They drove in fr,om their home at the M. ranch on business. (From Saturday's Daily) From the South L. A. Faust arrived from Cibene, Ariz., late Thursday and yesterday was transacting business in this city. Here on Business B. C. Garrison of Phoenix arrived from the capital yesterday for a stay of Several days in Prescott. Phoenix Visitors Phama Walker and Ida P. Walker arrived from Phoenix late Friday for a short visit in Prescott. From California Mrs. Joe B. Kyper of Pomona, Calif., is visiting in Prescott. She arrived from the coast on Thursday. From Gallup Herman Coleman of Gallup is making a short visit in this city. He arrived from New Mexico yesterday. Mining Man Here , Robert N. Dunlap was in the city esterday on business from the Zonia mine. rom the Coast Martin Edingcr of Pasadena is among visitors in Prescott. He is registered at the St. Michael hotel. Here from North Elwood Hall, resident of Winslow, is transacting business and greeting friends in Prescott. Here on Business E. R. Byers of Phoenix arrived from the capital Thursday, and yes terday was transacting business here. Cattleman Here W. H. Riggins, we!! known cattle man from the Kirkland district, was in the city yesterday for a short stay. Texas Visitors H. E. Willard of Fort Worth and H. A.Decdy of Dallas have arrived in the "city for the Frontier days. From California W. W. Porter of San Francisco is making a short' business visit in this city. Walker Visitor John Burn's, mining man from Walker, yesterday came to Prescott for a short stay on business. From the Farms Mrs. George White - drove to this city yesterday from her home at the Prescott Farms, coming in to shop and visit. From the Coast O. O. Lanson, business mdn of Los Angeles, arrived from that place Thursday and passed yesterday in this city. Mining Man Here E. I. Mills of the Abe Lincoln mine was in the city yesterday from Wickenburg, accompanied by Mrs. Mills and by William M. Owens, mining man of Phoenix. From Phoenix E. G. Crowe, a police officer of Phoenix, is here on his annual suny mer trip to Frontier days. Goes to Humboldt J. Link Smith, a candidate for the republican nomination for sheriff, yesterday went to Humboldt to per form assessment work on mining property of his in that section. Cattle Shipment Ray Hill, Harry Knight and' a number of other, cattlemen today arc making a shipment of cattle from the Del Rio siding, to Colorado buyers. Go to Coast Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Shaw of this city today plan to leave for Los An gelcs, where they will make their home. Mr. Shaw has been employed at the O. W. Bruchman clothing store. From the Coast R. S. Masson, vice-president of the Arizona Power company, has arrived from his home in Los Angeles, and will be in this city for several days on business. Mayer Visitor Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Peacock of Mayer are rejoicing at the birth of a child to them on -Wednesday. Mr. Peacock was being congratulated yesterday by Prescott friends. From the East William L. Johnson of Boston is among visitors in Prescott, arriving yesterday and registering at the Head hotel. From New- Mexico J. T. Lindsley of Las Vegas is among arrivals in Prescott, reaching this city yesterday for a short stay- on business. Smoki Author Miss Sharlot Hall, writer, author of the Smoki booklet and formerly state historian, was in the city yes terday tp shop and visit. Here on Visit Miss Dorothy A. Sweedc arrived in Prescott yesterday from her home in' Komathe, planning to visit for sev eral days in Prescott. She is reg istered at the Prescott hotel. Cattlemen Here Hugh Caveness and David Cavc- ness have returned from a short trip out ,to the Walker district. Their home is at the Caveness 51 ranch in the Cave Creek country. Mining Man Here W. T. Bonine, mining man of Hill side, was among visitors in the city vesterdav, coming in to file affidavit of annual assessment work performed on his claims. Attend University The Misses Willmena and Mary- King are attending the summer ses sion at the University of Calitonua at Berkeley. They will return the first of September to teach in Clark- dale High school.' Realty Board Lawyer E. R. Byers, attorney for the state real -estate board, was in town yes terday checking up the real estate dealers under license from the state to transact business. Phoenix Rotarians ' Gene Redewill, Harry Diehl, W. S. Hornsberger were among the Plioe nix Rotarians who showed up at the luncheon yesterday at the Owl. (From vSunday's Daily) Returns from North L. N. Georce. principal of the Presrott Farms school, was in the citv yesterday, returning from Hag- staff, where he has been taking some work at the summer sessions. He went out to the Farms yesterday afternoon. Says Verde Active Paul C. Keefe of Clarkdale, speaker of the Arizona house of representa tives, was in the city yesterday on business. Mr. Keefe reports that conditions in Jerome and in the Verde valley arc rapidly improving. Smoke i coming out of both smel ter stacks, and many new people are coming into the district. The trade pi new auiomounes is vciy aimc. A bitr crowd is coming over from the Verde district for the Frontier days, he said. Locates Claims Grant Bennett, mining man of the Groom Creek district, came down to Prescott vesterday to record some mining claims. He reports tliat a great many people are arriving in the district for the summer, chiefly from Phoenix. Most of the cabins m Groom Creek are taken by summer camping visitors, he said. Returns from Coast Mrs. H. J. Whitham has returned from a visit of several days in Los Angeles. Summer Visitors Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Mangham of Phoenix are visiting in Prescott for the summer. Goes to Berkeley Miss Margaret E. Darrow has gone to Berkeley to attend summer ses- came in yesterday from Kirkland, sions of the University of California, Goes to Phoenix W. P. Arntz, roadmastcr of the local Santa Fe line, has gone to .rhoenix on railroad business, Called by Illness William A. Davidson, local insur ance dealer, yesterday went to Los Angeles, called there by the illness ot ins mother. Arrives Today Mrs. LeRoy Anderson is expected to arrive today from Los Angeles, where she went recently for a visit. Joins' Husband Here Mrs. George W. Campbell, wife of the Fhoenix contractor, arrived in Prescott yesterday.' Mr. Campbell is engaged in county work here. Mining Man Here J. AV. Johnson, mining man of Wagoner, came in from there yes terday to be present at the opening of the Frontier days contests. Surety Man Here B. C. Sturges, representative of the' National Surety company, arrived in the city yesterday, coming from Phoenix on business with Warren Brothers' paving company, and with Anderson, Gale & Nilsson. From the Dells Dominetti Sandretti of the Granite Dells section, came in to the city yesterday for a short stay on busi ness. Moves Into Town Paul Mulcahy, ex-service man of this city, has moved from Pine Crest to the corner of Gurley and Summit streets. In for Contests Among the many arriving yester day to be present at tne opening of the I-rontier days tomorrow were Mr. and Mrs. Logan Morris, who came in from their home in Sycamore. Goes to Tapco R. S. Masson of Los Angeles, vice- president of the Arizona Power com pany, yesterday afternoon went to the Tapco plant of the company on business. At Electric Company Mrs. M. Bridgewatcr. formerly at the office of Chas. Weidler, has taken a stenographic position at the offices of the Prescott Gas & Elec tric company. Leave for Canyon Mr. and Mrs. J. Andrew West and their two sons, Hugh and Kenneth, left Prescott yesterday on a "motor trip which will include Grand canyon and other points of interest. Goes to Coast Frank Andrews, city superintendent of streets, yesterday afternoon went to California, planning to visit in Los Angeles and San Francisco. He will be the guest ot his daughter at the latter city. Here for Summer Mrs. John H. Page arrived yester day from Phoenix, and has taken the Clarence Hogsett house in Pine Crest. Mr. Page will arrive today, driving up from the capital.' Here for Show ' Miss Alice D. Adams, formerly principal of Prescott High school and a popular member of the Pres cott younger set, will arrive today from her home in Pasadena, to be here for the Frontier days show. Goes to Coast Mrs. C. J. McElroy, sister of Mrs. Herbert Meany, arrived from Phoe nix Friday, and yesterday with her niece, Mary Alice. Meany, went to Los Angeles to visit at her mother's ranch near that city. From Camp Verde Harvey Hance of Camp Verde came in yesterday to attend the four days of the last and best west, beginning at the fair grounds Monday. John L. hredenck of Camp Verne also ar rived yesterday for the big show. Pass Summer Here Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Spilsbury of Phoenix have rented the Adams house in this city and will pass the sum mer here. Mrs. Spilsbury arrived yesterday. Her husband, who is president of the Arizona Industrial congress, will arrive today. At Bruchman Store B. V. Adams of Pomona, Calif., has arrived m Prescott to make Ins home, and has taken a position at the O. W. Bruchman clothing store. T. E. Shaw, formerly with Bruch man's, is leaving with Mrs. Shaw for Los Angeles. Join Mother Here Mrs. J. P. Ryan and Miss Delphine Fort arrived yesterday from Phoenix to join their mother, Mrs. D. O. Fort, who recently opened the Fort Shop in the Congress hotel building. Mrs. Fort has returned from Flag staff, where' she went last week to open another shop, and will be here with her daughters during the sum mer. Dr. Urch Returns Dr. W. -H. B. Urch, accompanied by his sister, Miss Catherine Urch, arrived m Prescott yesterday, return ing from an extended tour of the Orient. I hey arc registered at the Congress hotel. Dr. Urch reports a various and unusually interesting trip was enjoyed bv himselt and Ins sis ter, and expressed his pleasure like wise at returning to l'rescott. Visits Friends Here Miss Ira Stabler of Illinois, who has been summering' at San Diego, arrived in Prescott yesterday to visit her friend, Miss Delle Maynard, whom she had not seen m several years. iliss stabler came to 1'res cqtt en route from the Grand can yon, where she has been recently, to San Diego. Returns from South Attorney C. C. Norton was expect ed to return late last night or today from Phoenix. He has been attend ing a corporation comuiission hear ing of application of the Jerome Union stage line for a certificate of convenience and necessity to carry passengers over the Prescott-Jerime highway. At City Library Miss Cora E. Phillips, formerly city librarian and for the past term a teacher at Mayer, is passing the summer at her home in Prescott, and for six weeks will have charge at the library. Mrs. D. L. Mann, librarian, will have a vacation during that time. In from Kirkland W. Curtis Miller, member of the state legislature from this county. and returned yesterday afternoon. Mr. Miller plans to attend the four days of the Frontier days contests, following whiclt he will go to Los Angeles for a while. (From Tuesday's Daily) Gila Jurist Here Judge Shute of Gila county is one of the celebrated visitors In the city at the last and best west. Miss Higley Here Miss Jessie Higley of Phoenix is visiting Mrs. O. H. Tucker over the Frontier week. Baull in Town R. W. Bullard, merchant ami .min ing man of Congress Junction, is in the city shaking hands with friends and seeing the show. Here from Mayer H. A. Wagner, prominent engineer of the Mayer district, is in the city seeing the show, and greeting friends. fLivestock Men Hon. Hugh Campbell will be in the city on Thursday to attend the livestock meeting and sec the Fron tier show. Flagstaff Represented Judge F. W. Perkins of Flagstaff has sent -in for reservations fof Thursday and will see the Frontier show. Goes to Coast F. S. Nelson of the telegraph de partment of the local Santa Fe, yes terday went to Los Angeles for a week's vacation. Family and All O. L. Bailey, a"' prominent business man from the Seligman country, is in the city accompanied by his family. Reporter Here Miss Wcntworth, court reporter or Gila county, is in the city for cele bration and to see the Mile High city. From Jerome Attorney Norman F. Wykoff and his family came over from Jerome Sunday and drove out to Groom Creek for the afternoon. Visit Groom Creek Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ward and fam ily and a party of friends' drove out to Groom Creek Sunday and enjoyed a holiday outing among the pines. At Oak Creek Jock , McLaren, well known golf professional and instructor at Castle Hot Springs, has gone to Oak Creek on an outing and fishing trip. Out of the Roping Emmett T. Eckel of Fair Oaks broke his wrist Sunday morning while practicing acrobatics and will be out of the roping this year. Attends Convention Among those prominently mention ed at the osteopaths' convention in Los Angeles is Dr. Cora M. Tolle of Prescott. Official Car The Arizona Bus companly through the courtesy of R. W. Byrnes, presi dent, has furnished one of its big automobiles to the Frontier Days as sociation for the official car. For Celebration Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perkins arc passing a few days in Prescott to see the big show, after which they will go to Flagstaff- to visit. They come from Glendale. Visit Parents Mrs. James Hare and her daugh ter, Marjorie, tof Salt Lake City, are visiting Mrs. 'Hare's parents, of South Alarcon street. Mrs. Hare formerly was Miss Dorothy Crum. Phoenix Visitor Judge Henry D. Ross of Phoenix is up from the south for the Fron tier days show, and while in the city is visiting his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ross. Phoenix Visitor D. F. Reed of Phoenix has arrived and is taking in the rangeland sports of the Frontier days. Mrs. Reed and the family are also here and will make their home in Prescott for the next month. From Clarkdale A. N. Jones of the Clarkdale Im provement company, formerly secre tary of the county highway commis sion, came over to Prescott last night. He will be here until the end of the Frontier days Mining Man Busy R. M. Merrill, prominent mining man of the Congress Junction sec tion, was in the city -esterday on a hasty trip on business, coming from San Francisco, and returning home last night. Brings Samples Mr. Hansen of Utah unloaded a carload of registered Rambouillet rams yesterday and is getting them in shape for the livestock show Thursday. He is proud of his stock and thinks the stockmen will be glad to see them. Will See Contests W. E. Glenn, member of the re publican county central committee, is in the city attending the meeting of the committee. As a matter of fact, le will not forget the Slippery Gulch and the big show at the fair grounds. Try a Journal-Miner want ad.