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VOL XIII. WINSLOW Contributes for Relief of San Francisco. Winslow is doing her mite for ihe relief of the homeless and destitute victims of the disaster to San Francisco of last week. Tuesday, fifteen hundred loa ves of bread,baked by the ladies of Winslow, together with a lot of canned goods and clothing, were sent by express to the re lief committee of the stricken city. The town council met Wed nesday night and voted a con tribution of £2OO, and the con tributions from the citizens has reached nearly £3OO. Thursday, word was received here that there were two hun dred refugees on passenger train No. 8, who were hungry and needed something to eat. The notice was shot, but the ladies of Winslow were able to furnish an abundant supply of hot coffee and sandwiches for the Hungry ones on the arrival of the train and the refugees highly appreciated the luncheon furnished them. The subscription list to the relief fund is still open and those who desire to aid in this cause can do so by calling on Doctor Sampson or Mrs. J. J. Collins, who will receive con tributions and turn them over to the relief committees. President David K. Udall re turned last week to St. Johns from Salt Lake City, Utah, where he had been attending the conference. While in Salt Lake City he secured a loan of £20,000 for the building of a res ervoir to replace the one that was destroyed last year with such direful results. A new site near the little hamlet of Las Tuces. and is entirely above the salt springs that so impreg nated the water at the old site. The new reservoir will require a longer dam, but it will not be so high, and there is a good foundation to build the struc ture on,as opposed to a swampy bed at the former site. A new company, known as the Lyman Reservoir Company, has been incorporated, A competent en-; gineer has been selected, and W. D. Rencher, who is rapidly coming to the front as an engi neer of will serve as constructing engineer. The en tire scheme comprises a storage , dam that will retain 20,000 acre- WINSLOW, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, APRIL 28. 1906. feet and a canal twelve miles in length, covering the benches ; south and west of St. Johns, J. X. Woods, one of the heavy property holders of this county and a sormer resident of Wins low, has been seriously ill at his home in Oceanside, Califor nia, but in a private telegram received here yesterday it was stated that “Mr. Woods has been and is a very sick man,but think turn has come for better and hope for recovery." The left side-rod of engine 4-88, which was pulling the be lated No 7. broke at Pinta yes terday and put the engine out i commission. Fireman Joe Loucks was seriously injured about the body, but Engineer Robert Kelley escaped without a scratch. The injured man will be taken to Los Angeles this morning, Mrs. Katherine Hicks had the misfortune to fall Tuesday morning and fracture her hip bone. At present she is rest ing easily and is improving as rapidly as could be expected under the circumstances. Mrs. M N.Thompson’s moth er and sister, Mrs. F. R. Patten and Mrs. E. D. Morris, of San ; Diego, California, arrived in Winslow on No. 2 Wednesday , night to be with Mrs. Thompson during her illness. I # Masonic services were held here Tuesday night in honor of Anmiral John Paul Jones, the founder of the American navy, and whose body was entombed at Annapolis that day. The Ladies' Relief Committee wish to thank, through the col umns of the Mail, those who so kindly rendered assistance last Monday in the was of packing supplies, etc. Among the numerous wool buyers here this week, the fa miliar face of A. A. Vandewortr was noticed. NOTICE To the Residents of Win slow. This is to notify you that on and after the first day of May, 1906. your street tax is due for the current year. Amount £2.00. Theo Shuflin, Supervisor of Streets. Office at Flinn’s. WOOL SOLD. Winslow Wool-growers Dispose of their Clip. The great pile of wool which has been lying at the railroad switch at the west end of town is being loaded into freight cars for shipment to Boston and to Dolgeville. California. The clip is from the flocks of the woolgrowers who make Winslow their headquarters and is owned by Perkins & Noble, Bly & Company. Bly & Dagg, E. A. Sawyer, Woods. Wyrick& Daze, and the entire holdings i embrace something over 200,000 pounds. The clip is what is termed heavy wool and on this account buyers have been afraid of pur chasing it and have made lower i offers for it than the woolgrow ers were willing to take. Yesterday morning, however, the holders of the wool received a satisfactory offer and all sold with the exception of E. A. Sawyer, who will consign to a Boston firm. The price paid by the repre sentative of the Dolge Manufac turing Company was 10f cents, 'the wool being of the class de sired by that concern. Richard Hart sold his clip during the early part of the week for seventeen cents. It was what is known as clean wool. Last year the clip was sold for fifteen cents. Upon the whole, the wool growers are satisfied with the price which they received. The sheep industry is in a prosper ous condition in this section. There is an abundance of water and grass. Thomas Morden, whose moth er died here last month, stopped off here Tuesday on his way from Michigan to Needles, where he will again work for the San ta Fe. F. W. Nelson returned to St. Johns last Saturday. He was accompanied by a telephone en gineer who will look over the route of the proposed telephone line. Ben Burk returned to the city Tuesday from Ft. Douglas, Utah, where he has been work ing. He states that Winslow looks good to him. J. T. Lennom was initiated in the Elks Thursday night. Mr. Lennom expects to leave for the east in a few days on a visit. The Special car Scranton, a short description of which ap pears in this issue, passed thru here this week on its way west. George Arnold, tnauager of Gross, Kelley & Company, of Albuquerque, has been here this week bidding on the wool. Master Mechanic Drurv left for San Francisco last Satur day to see his son, who was a resident of the stricken city. It is reported here this morn ing that fourteen freight cars are in the ditch at Querino Cau yoti on the second division. Mrs. C. C. Thornton returned to her home in Flagstaff Thurs day morning after visiting with her daughter, Mrs. White. Memorial Day excursions, May 29, 30, ’O6. return limit May 31st. For reduced rates inquire of B. L. Holmes. Engineer P. Henderson's fami ly returned from California last Saturday night and will reside here in the future, Miss Kathleen Daze returned to Prescott Wednesday morn ing to resume her studies at the Sisters' School. Mrs. D. B. Thurston, of Albu querque, arrived on No. 1 Fri day to spend a few days with her husband. F. E. Peltzel, the tailor, has decided to remain here and will continue to do business at the old stand. Walter Darling returned to the city Wednesday from Gold field, Nevada. Division Superintendent Gib son's car went east on No. 8 Thursday. Woman will do housecleaning and cooking, Inquire of Mrs. Burkhart. Mrs. T.J.McGinty and daugh ter, Norman, visited at Williams Sunday. Mrs. Seaton, of Needles, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. La Prade. Reward.- I will give SSO reward for in formation that will convict the parties who cut the fence on my ranch. H. A. Perkins. No 13