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VOL XIII. PIONEER DIES. W. R. Campbell Died at San Bernardino, Cal. Once again Death lias taken away one of the pioneers of Arizona. One by one they go the road that at some time we all have to travel. This time it is W. R. Camp bell. whose demise occurred at four o'clock Thursday morning at San Bernardino, California. Mr. Campbell had been in Need les for some months, but had gone to the hospital at San Ber nardino, where he died, death having been caused by a cancer of the stomach. Doctor Hathaway went from here to bring the remains, which arrived on No. S today, and the funeral will be conducted from the Opera House by \\ in slow Lodge No. 536, B. P. O. Elks at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon. William Rutheford Campbell was born /it Sedalia, Missouri, and was forty-six years of age on the ninth of last August. He received his early schooling in Columbus, Ohio, and was a graduate of pharmacy at the Ohio State University, of Col umbus. He came to Arizona in 1878 and engaged in the cattle business with Frank Hart under the firm name of Hart & Camp bell with headquarters at Show low. Was elected Sheriff of Apache County in 1894 and ser ved efficiently tor one term. He then moved to Winslow where he engaged in the drug business for twelve years. A mother and sister. Mrs. C. B. Taylor, living at Portsmouth, Ohio, sur viue him. The family lived here for several years and his father died in Winslow and was buried here in 1901 . The de ceased was a member of the lo cal lodge of Elks, and was high ly respected by ail. and made friends with everyone with whom he came in contact. “Peace to his ashes. " The California Concert Com pany, of Los Angeles, with a personelle of Miriam Eskridge, Reader. Hazel Bryson, Whistler, Lillian Scan lon. Contralto. Gage W. Christopher. Baritone, and Rena M. Christopher, Accom panist. held forth at the Opera House last evening under the auspices of the Santa Fe Read ing Room, WINSLOW, ARIZONA. SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1906. A Class in 32d De gree Masonry. Cony T. Brown, of Socorro, New, Mexico, acting under in structions of Maxmillian Frost, of Santa Fe, New Mexico, in structed the following class in the work of Thirty-second De gree Scottish Rite Masony Mon day: B. L. Holmes, K. H. Gillette, of Ash Fork. J. M. Cooey. of Needles, V. 0. Proctor, C. L. Flinn, R. C. Creswell, .J. M. Heaton. W. A. Parr. W. W. Perkins. E. A. Sawyer. W. J. Rickman, Wm. Kirker, Frank Kirker and A. S. Brown, of j Bellemont. Mr. Brown was assisted by G. H. Keyes, E. J. Gibson and J. D. McCullv. The above mentioned gentle men are now members of Santa 'Fe Lodge of Perfection, No. L, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite Masons. Notice. All Elks, whether members of ! Winslow Lodge No 536, or vis iting brothers, are summoned to meet at Elks’ Hall at 2o’ clock p. m , Sunday, May 6th. Tor the purpose of assisting in the funeral ceremonies of our deceased Brother. W. R. Camp bell. The services will com mence in Winslow Opera House at 3 o'clock p. m. The mem bers of the Order will be requir ed to proceed to the cemetery immediately after the services in Opera House. Carriages will be provided tor all.friends wish ing to accompany remains to cemetery. Pall bearers as fol lows: G. R. Bauerbach. C. I. Houck, R. J. Burke, P. A. Ward, O. B. Sutton, Joe Code. By order of Committee in charge, Geo. P. Sampson, G. R. Bauerbach, W. P. Geary. T. J. Hesser. O. B. Sutton has sold the Wigwam to Louis Korn and is now employed as bookkeeper at the Navajo County Bank. Mr. Korn has a great many friends that are glad to see him going in business for himself. Rev. Father Vabre was down from Flagstaff Thursday. GRAND BALL At Opera House Tuesday Night a Social Success. The dance given under the auspices of the Grand Interna tional Auxiliary to the Broth erhood of Locomotive Engineers at the Opera House Tuesday night, May Ist, was the social event of the season—at least that is the verdict of those that were there, and surely they ought to know. The grand march commenced at nine o’clock and was led by Mr. aud Mrs. Chas. Daze. The beautiful strains of “Home, Sweet Home’’ were heard at six o’clock Wednesday morning. The banquet was served by the Harvey House at midnight. The decorations of the hall were exquisite and were the re sult of much thoughtful plan ning. We make special mention of the arch that adorned the stage. The Schoneman - Blanchard Orchestra, of Los Angeles, fur nished the music and everyone is aware of the fact that they are musicians of the first-class. Taking the affair as a whole it was a most enjoyable one,and the ladies are to be congratulat ed upon their efforts along the line of entertainment. At Holbrook last Sunday af ternoon a couple of Mexican prisoners, who are being held to the grand jury, took a French leave, but they were soon cap tured by a posse composed of Holbrook citizens. It seems that John Divelbess, who was acting as Janitor and Jailer for a few days while his brother, Dan, was out of the town, had let them out for a few minutes to do some work around the court house, and they ran, but were captured some hours later. Mrs. John Noble returned from Phoenix last evening and will remaiti here during the summer months. She was ac companied by her son, Walter Tyson, who is a student of the Flagstaff Normal/ Mrs. E. G. Steineck returned from her trip to California the fore part of the week, and after a few days visit with friends left for her new home in Illinois Wednesday night. Indian Agent Maxwell was in the city Wednesday. ’Frisco Relief Fund. The following telegram from the mayor of San Francisco, dated the 27th ult., was receiv ed here: To George P. Sampson, Chair man Relief Committee, Win slow. We accept with deep grati tude your kind expressions of sympathy and offers of assist ance. Contributions of supplies or funds will be most gratefully accepted. Send all supplies care Major C. A. Devol, Quar termaster U. S.Army, and mon ey to James D. Phelan, Chair man Finance Committe, San Francisco. E E. Schmitz. The Winslow Committee has been gathering funds all this week and about five hundred dollars will be sent next week. Engineer 0„ Young left yes terday morning for Memphis, Tenn, to attend the biennial convention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, as the official representative of of the Winslow Lodge No. 134. Mr. and Mrs. K / H. Gillette, of Ash Fork, arrived here Mon day. Mr. Gillette was one of the class in Masonry, and re turned home Tuesday morning, while Mrs. Gillette remained for the dance. Reverend Father Marsolier.of Flagstaff, will conduct the ser vices at the Catholic Church Sunday and Father Connolly takes the Feather's place at Flag staff. Mrs. N. S. Bly, of Winslow, and her sister, Miss Forsythe, *of the Normal School, have rented the Brannen cottage for the summer months.—Flagstaff Sun. Conductor Milton Todd, and daughter, Miss Hazel, left tor Michigan last Friday night, having been called there on ac count of the illness of his moth er. Mrs. W. A. Parr is rapidly recovering from a successful operation which was performed by Doctors Sampson and Hatha way a week ago yesterday. Mrs. P. D. Wright had an op eration performed by Doctor Brown Wednesday and is rapid ly recovering from the same. A1 Swearingen returned Tues day from a trip to Ash Fork. No 14