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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS.
BISKEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING JUNE 23, 1912.
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of the people ami Increase Its, business must
have for Officers and Dire-tors business men
of Integrity active in conducting lis affairs
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Tliis batik Justly claims all of these eventfala and millet your
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Special discount for parties by the week or month
durine JUNE-JULY AUGUST.
Raster Island 2,000 Miles
from South American
roast Filled with Gi
TALL; 1 1 FOOT NOSE
Carved from Lava: Only
Tool Found Prehistoric
Chisel ; Evidence of
IXJXDO.V June 22- At leaH half
I of the Hliodcs scholars at Oxford will
jouinej to Stockholm for tl... Oim
ROYALTY DIVIDED BY $Amnni7T';ir.H'ririvvM MAnvmrs with
THE DUKE WHILE ALEXANDRA REMAINS PARTIAL TO THE DUCHESS
fW. - . -v
pit sanies. It was expected thai
go. hut reports of the
The Real Estate Man
Fire Insurance The Best,
Bargains In Homes
Money Money Money
Phone 76, O. K. BIk.
Now Is The Time To
Buy a Home From
an cfc oeea
R5eal- Estate and Fire Insurance
. more would
lieav.v admission and hotel charses
deterred most of the students who
are dependent entlrel on the Rhodes
I mud for their suporl l.ange or
OMahoma and Zeigler of low a have
I been in active training, and they ma
I appe..r at Stockholm as member of
I the American team, 1-ange has been
sprintliii, in good time lately, and
he hopes to regain his old-time form
in the high jump Zeigler is easib
the superior of any of the English col
lege weight men, and be ma prove
a valuable second string man for
the mericau team
The -. Ms.ua." a motor auxilarj
.vacht just launched at WhitUable
to carry an expeditlou to the South
Seas to investigate the origin of the
gigantic prehistoric remains of Is
I tsr Island This island, the most
'easterh of the Polynesian group, is
.1 lonelj dot of laud. -Ij miler In arc.
'2,0it miles rrom the South Ameri
. can coast Facing the sea on the
i Island are enormous platforms made
of uuc merited stones, some of which
Iwilgh fie tons.. Some of the sea
walls aro thirty feet high and two
J hundred feet long. On the land side
E i aro broad terraces, also of stone.
, bearing pedestals on wMch former!)
stood huge figures cared from lava.
.Most of these images have been
thrown down, but there are .": o
them on the Island. One is t!S feet
I high wall a no-e 11 feet long. The
figures all extend from head to hips.
wiin receding foreheads, broad notes,
thin lips and powerful chins. There
is no metal on the island, and the
onl) tool tound was a prehistoric
chisel, with which it would seem im-
1 IHJsslble to execute such colostal
aworks .Moreover, the Island with
U.s scant) water supply could not
have supported enough Mople to
d.ag the figures fiom the. quarr)
where the) were made to the plat-
( forms Some of the s-utuc.s weigh
I There is every evidence that some
I great calamity overtook the island
ami its inhabiuntti for most of the
tigures are unfinished, some of them
never even having been removed
troiii the quarr) A popular theor)
Is that Easter Island Is the sole re
mains of a continent which was over-
nneimeu i) me sea after a great i
seismic dlsiurlance The designs of
the stone work bear out this theor)
lor the) are strikingl) like rome of
tt ancient I'eruvian ruins.
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I TWICE CF
Change in Life of Heir
British Throne rill Re
Dowager Queen Alexandra at the left
Mar'borough at the rlKht
Queen Murr and Duchess or
l.O.N'DON. June 22 (Speclali
lrgelv bec--use of the meddling of
is'ro)alty, a reconciliation between the
Duke of Marlborough and his Amer
ican wife, which was at one time con
people from the immediate presence
of the sovereigns have been lowered!
for the special benefit of the dukc
At the recent naval review ow .C)
mouth the duke was the guest of his t
flUently expected b friends of both,; cousin, who is lord of the admiralt).
now beeriif hopeless. The roval per- on the yacht Enchantress and was
sons whose Interference has thus wid-i actually one of the guests of the king
ened the breach are none other than jut dinner.
Queen Ma.- of England and the dow-j The course taken by the queen ha
ager Queen Alexandra. i enraged Alexandra The older and
The dowager's sympathies have al-ounKer generations of the English
wavs been with the duchess, but. ow- roval fanillv, which have no( been,
ing to the rule which prevailed in the
.English court during the reign of
King Edward, that s-eparated collides
must be excluded from the roval cir
cle, she could not publicly show her
feeling. The rultf which, thus shut
any too friendly of late are now far
!her apart thzii ever The dowager
has announced to her friends that she
will take the first opportunit) of in
viting the duchess to her board, court
rules to the vontrarx, notwlthstand-
tlin itnfrtrriiiint., fiirhPKft nut nf nit t in?
txjitrt funcuans iSmTplotely-ecllpsed i'oio -critics hero seem agreed that
her social career. Her magnificent i the Duke of Westminbter has assent-
London house wjs converted Into a
h e a d i u a r t e r s for philanthropic
Until quite recently It was believed
thai Queen Mar.,, too, s)inpathized
with the duchess, ljite events hov
Died tuc proper stauie ror horsing a
tem to send alter the American Cup
but the) do not agree that the Eaton
pla)ers are the best four that Eng-1
land can produce for the attempt to ,
Revenue of S500.000 Yearly
Comes on Attaininy; Title
of Duke of Cornwall;
I i.oiit) lune 22 The I'rincc of
Wales uill attain his legal majority1
tomorrow oiiu. although the lu will
not h marked hi iuiy general cele
bration of an official or popular char
acter. It will mean a great change
in the life of the voting prince and
heir to the Itritish throne, 'lomor
iovv the provisional regencv of the)
Queen, created In the event of the.
prolonged absence of or dire mis
fortune to the King, terminates, for
hencfoith in any such eventuality
'he Prince of Wales' being of ago
Aould be lesalli able to take the,
Kings place either as regent or as
heir to the throne
Heietorinc the Prince of Wales,
although the oldest son am! prospee
tive heir to the throne, has enjoyed
' privileges bevoml those which
naturallv fell to the lot of the roy
al children It is true, the superlor
itv ot his age and position gave him
s'ime ddvantage over his brothers
and lister, 1 ut like the IattPr he was
under the strict control and super
Msion of his parents, a supervision
not merelv nominal, but actual ami
extending over his family lite, his
studies, recreations and associations.
All tl'is will in a measure be chang-
, t d from now on.
In view or rhe domestic tri'lnlng
, and the strict family discipline to
choice pitch on the steps In 'ihieh the )oung prinre has been
front of the Stock Exchange has been i hjected all his life, it is safe to
r-ecured by the Duchess of S!nrM;",,,u'ne ,hat ,,1P KI"K and the Qucon
'lorough for the scle of roses on wl" ,or some time continue their
-lune 2"., the date selected by Queen , l'!,ro"'"l control of the ouns; prince's
Alexandra for the rote-fete to be occupations, pursuits and studot
held for the benefit of tho hospitals !"' he. will have his own household,
and other charities in which the ' including a governor and conrptrol.
queen mother and her late husband fler of tl'e household, an equerry and
were interested. f.two secretaries lar?e retinue of
The roses will be sold by ".f'Oo Ijon-! servants, coachmen and grooms. For
don v omen representing all classes, ' his use special separate suites havo
gentme team, which mounted on r-t-entine
iionies has won both the
iiitnev and the Social Clubs cups
It has al'o led to the di'coverv ot a
new getim-- in the game :n the per
son of John Trail), the brilliant back
i'f the Argentine- four
lift the trophy.
ever, have shown that she has been j The opj-osition to the sending of and it is said that at letst ten mil- 'keen prepaied under the supervision
completely won over by the disslpat-; the Eaton team as the English rep-1 lion blossoms will be provided PrU 'ot Queen .Mar) at Iluckingham and
ed and hearc-broken old aristocrat j resentatives gained Impetus by the j es have been offered to the women ' Wlndmr palaces and later on ade
vvho dwells at lilenheim amid the, showing of the Duke's favorites mde making tho largeht sales, ami lead- "fl""" e.-,tablishments will iirohahly
splendor which th? Vanderhilt mil- against the Wild horse in the final ers of societv are vying with each'1'1 arranged lor the-young prince at
lions made possible. Winston Church- "for tho Whitney Cup. when the Eat- other in securing the best pitches fo' ' ork House and Frogmore House,
ill. cousin of the duke, and acting fori on pla)ers failed signallv to carry! thlt competition. The rose selected -The Prince o.' Wales' suite at Wind
Phone 10 K.L.&M. Bldg. Main-St.
him, is said to have been the one to
'play succesf fully upon Xh,e svmpi
thles of the queen
So complete has been his conquest
of the queen, and, incidental!), the
king, that upon Churchill's pleadin
their handicap. by Queen Alexandra for the fete, M,r consists of a dining room, break-
It is now hoped that the Duke will which she wishes to become an an Iat room, two reception rooms and
give some other players a chance to, nual . lfair, will be the wild rose, I a hed and dressing room, as well as
ohow what the) can do on his pon- which hps alread) been christened ' apartments Tor the members of the
ies, with the queen mothers name, and i 1 rince's future household. Similar
The feature of the present polo se I the day itsel' will be known as Alex- rovlslons have been nude at Ituck-
the barriers that excluded separated con has been the success of the Ar- i andra Dai
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OF GREATEST VALUE
German Professor Makes
to Solar System
economic prosperity of Freiburg,
whose hospitality the Templars were
eniovlng, depended iion the sur
rounding vineyards. He was follow
ed 1 another speaker in the same
strain, the remarks being punctuat
ed by applause from sympathizers
who had obtained access to the con
vention, and when a third speaker
no recourse but to close the sittiii-
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LOWELL PHONE 284
In lu3 and 19(M, I was a terrible
'sufferer for about live months with
I kldiie) and bladder trouble. I could
'iot sleep nishts. One doctor said 1
was going into consumption and gave
me 'i to die. Had two other doctors
but received no help from either of J
I iiiein i:i:u :nu sore i wouiu nave lieen
i in rnv grave had 1 not seeu yonr ad
vertihoment ir. the ".Marinette Dally
1 limle Star" A.ter taking several bot-
; ilc-s of Pr. Kilmer's Swami-Hoot I
I was entirely cured.
In the la-t two years I have been
'a railroad fireman and have passed
two aniInations for my kidneys
sticccssfifilv so that I know that my
kidneys are In excellent condition
I now ns a result of your great prepar-
i Yours very trul),
1 CIEOROE KE.VSLER.
I '.fl'ir.. 13th Ave. So.Jllnneaiolis.MInn.
j Pertonally appeared before mj
I this 2"th of September 190'J, Oeorge
Kenster, who subscribed the above
statement and made oath that the
same 's true in substanre and In
I MENHY GIIAAS.
1 Notary Public,
I Door County, Wis
DKHMX, June 22 Professor Kil
estner. of the ilonn observatory, has
established the presence of uranium
and radium In the recently discovered
new star o' the constellation Gem
ini. Further study along th lines
of his observations may prove the
discaierj- ,ne o( -tremendous im '
Iortance as throwing a new light
Uon the constitution of the sun and
the fixed stars, which are themselves
the suns of far-off worlds. The new
star in the Gemini Is marked by the Ifort.
MKKI.1X, lune 22 The parhs anr.
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Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Iling
hamton. X Y., for a sample bottle.
It will convince any one. Yon will
also receive a booklet of valuable In
formation, telling all about the kid
neys and bladder. When writing be
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fact that Its light varies from periods
of great dimness to brillli.ncy This,
Fofesior Kuestner says is explain
ed by the fact that the star has reach
ed a nebulous mass, contact with
which has raised the star to a glow
ing heat. This mass, however is of
varying dentity, tud consequently the
new star's light varies, according as
it is In contact with the dense or the
more tenuous portions.
The finding o' radium In the anal
ysis of Its spectrum may, in view of
what we already know of the light
Much interest Is manifested In Ger
man educational circles In the visit
of the German-American Teachcis'
league to Germany this summer lie
tween 200 and 2a!) members of this
organization, which consists of teach
ers of German in Ame.ican schools
and colleges, are expected to arrive
in Hremen July 12 and to spend about
five weeks In the Tatherland. The
tour through German) will coirr
nearl) all the larger cities, including
Hrpmen llnml.nr.r rv.l,i,-i, I.Vnl'.
Stuttgart. .Munich. Xuremberg ' llle amomowies ar tne rxawr.
-rngiiam Palace. The )oung prince
"ft ill be well able to maintain an en-'
TaUIMuiieiit ot his own, us his rev
enues as Duke of Cornwall, which.'
with his majority, come under his,
own control, amount to about J.'OO.--Oimi
a year ' '
There is no doubt that tho Princof
of Wales will not sever himself I
arruptli from the happy family Hfo'
to which he has been acciist'omed j
and that he will, in a liire measure'
continue to Hie with hi- parents, his
trothers and sister, but he will boj
i in the position of socially entertain-'
ing on his own account in .his own;
apartments In the future he will re-
iceiie hf Im Imtimtc .ii,-.,. .....
drivewii)s of .Vew York and other , through the king
vmerienn cities where automobile-, The Prince of Wles who returned
nourish are" lekty before the summer cfrorn iari wiri hi tHtor Mr. II.
Is oier to resound to the echo off'', "ans. the other dny to spend
, . , . ... I ris eighteenth birthday with his farn-
a novel motoring horn of the most ,b u , renlMJn , EnBh1j j
anstocr-tic lineage. It wrl! be node , enough to lulfill any social engage
otner than a duplicate of the musical ' menis beyond attending a few fuuc-
ONLY THE KAISER
CAN BLOW MIS HORN
Emperor Wi'liam Has Ex
clusive Right to Use
of New Auto Horn
slgnnl now attached exclusively tn
Dresden, !.eiic and Berlin, as well, It differs from any other signalling
studies until the Covves regatta, the
first week in Augtrrt. lie will thn
go to Scotland and remain there nn-
til October, then he will enter .Mag
dalen College. Oxford. It is quite
prohqbie that (taring his brief sUy
!ij Pari the Prince will be entertain
ed by the Marquise de llreteull, ilk-
American wife of the head of one of
turns arranged ill lib honor by cer-
tain Icdies or the court sich as the
Ditchesof Devonshire, the Counter
of Shaftesburv and the Duches.. nr
is many smaller cities of historical or instrument tn 'the world in that it Tecfc. Accompanied by M tutor Ik
literary Interest, like Eisenach, Wei- consists of four or five distinct tones. ' Prince of Wales will return tn V.xr.
mar and Jena Chief interest will at- Wended into sf harmonious whole. ! If in a feV days and continue hi
tain ro wie siop in riernn, wnere tne which produces more the effect of
fortieth annual convention of the or-Ian operatic recitative than a pro-
gaiuzuuon ie to ue neiu .sale blast warning persons of 'm-
'reparations are already under pending 'tenser it can be heard
way for the entertainment or. the. , blocks awa? and Indicates that the
visiters The Prussian Ministry of Kaiser is coming long before his hiKh
Education and Worship has appro- power car tears slon.
prlated funds for this, and Iterlin anJ I mertran, vhsiting In Iterlin this
Charlottenburg are doing likewise, season are completely captivated v
A great concert at which 2 000 nub-, the inelodi of the s4nnl. as th Kni- ! the most prelusive fnmilloe in i.-v...
and heat-glvinr properties of that ele-f Jlc schocd pupils will sing. r. receji-, ser flashes through Pntter-den-I.lnden, The .Marquise, who was MiuJ Ganior
ment, be the first step toward com-.tlon by the Merlin Municipality, will i morning, noon or night, and they of .New York is a woman of great
prehension of the development of on-j be given in their honor In iterlin. are besieging the local dealers Ir tact and is in a position to give the
own solar system ind of the uridimin-' and Charlottenhurg will take them automobile accessories with a view'jonng Prince valuable advice in re
ishing heat and light of the 'in. jo see Its famous open air school for to obtaining duplicates of it gard to his social career.
. weak children in a forest near the' The horn is manufactured hv a. I'uon nttaln-r hu maiArit,. .t,
Sessions of the eighth annual con-j city, giving them a picnic luncheon well known firm of Saxon Instrument Prince of Wales will be the reefwi
vcntlon of the German Good Tern-, In connection with their visit. Var-I makers, who Tiad to fttedRe rhom cnt of many honor. It Is understood
by local ! selver not to produce ifn twin for he will he promoted to th nut t
teachers' organizations are planned nise within the confines'" of the Ger- Lieutenant In the Xavy. and receive
A handbook describing the public man empire. " n commission in the Armr " ,i.
schools of PrusdU. and iterlin In par- Several daring motorists who ven- , temnorarilj attached to the 13th Ilus
ticular. is now In preparation bv a tured to try a horn something like snra until such time as the 10th Hus
number of specialists, intended to that of the Kajsor's have been sharp- 'fg return trom India. Ills fnrm.
commemorate the visit of the Amer- ly reproved and threatenei! with pun-, er reaiment now forms nnrt r .,
plars. held at Freiburg, ltaden. in theitous other entertainments
heart of one of the German wln. dis
tricts, have been marked by their
stormy course, requiring the inter
vention of the police and the closing
of tho meetings. After several pro
hibition advocates had expounded the
evil results of alcohol upon the In
telligence and moral qualities, a rep
resentative of the wine interests In
ltaden obtained the floor and deliver-
leans and give them much iedagoslc
Information about German schools.
At Duivscldortf, where an exhibition
devoted to city building and improvc-
ed a fervid plea for the use of alco-jment and heautifying will be in pro-
nui in niuueraie quaniuies, neciar-1 gress. upeeiai euons win DC maue
Ins this benerficial rather than In- to render the visit of the Americans
jurious, and pointing out 'hat the interesting.
inshment If they repeated the mis
"TJie Kaiser may blow hie own
horn In German)'," said the wife of
a well known Wall street man t
the Times correspondent this week,
"but I'm going to take chlncon in
blowing it along Riverside Drive,"
1st cavalry brigade at Aldershot, and
It is expected that tho Prince will
pay n flying visit to his brother r.-
... ,, imiaic rriuriiing ro i'aris.
If vvupwnt hardware or good tool3
go to Uncle Sam's new hardware
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