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THE BISBEfc DAILY REVIEW, SISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1912
URGES VOTES TO
State Inspector ot Mines Bp-
lin Declares That Miners
Should Cast Ballots for
C. II. ("Jack") Bollu. whp wuit
(from the mines of Illsbee to the office
for state Inspector of mines, by ap
pointed by Uoernor O " I'. Hunt.
Issued a statement at Phoenix Wed
nesday that Is one ot the most re
markable contributed to the jfreselu
presidential campaign Jn the statp,
both In point of -what lie ySS!I1ip
virtue of the authorship of t lie-state
He urges thmlnersof th stat to
vote far 'Woodrow lsou to "h.tip
elect a man whos not' an eijierlmeat
In regard to his position xeUxtlve to
labor" and a man "who has-jiroi?wi
himself to be the friend orthseha
toll b using his ability Itr their be
Worked Up From Ranks
Mr Uolin was graduated from tho
mines of the Warren district, -ljp to
the date of his appoiiitiilent alfBtate
mine inspector he ucu-l.gd Jn.tbo
mines here All his life- he has, JMh-ii
a miner The reasons, that, actuated
the governor in making the appoint
ment were that he is thoroughly fam
Hlar with the mining1 Ipdustry and
that he himself had spent all' of hi
life working side by side-wljh tl.
men whom the law requiring the safe
ty appliances of mines Is designed to
Mr Bolln makes his statement not
as state mine inspector but a, "Jack
Uolin. miner It Is not a -political
statement" in the usual sense ot Uiat i
term. It was not "manufactured' fo
a political shell It carries no excess
verbiage, no bombast Is u&ed lo hoi
ster up a claim or to hide an issue
The statement is couched in language
that a miner uses and It is the' state
ment of a miner to miners
His Statement Follows
The statement in full Is asroltows
Woodrow Wilson is the candidate
that should recelxe the support of the
ntincrs and wage earners of Arizona,
as well as etery other state In the
irriionl'.,bccOtis'ae! gbvembf uf.'JIew
Jersey lie has proven himself to bej
me inena 01 inose no, iuii, uyti-nH
his ability in their behalf Possible,
the question that will affect theuuu.
ers and other wage earners,-o lh.j
commonwealth more than dn oiheti
is the tanff question Mr WIlsoE'lfa's '
emphatically stated what blsposltl6it
Is, 1 e a downward revision of-tiw
tariff His position in regard to latorl
Is that labor should have "Better san'f
itary conditions in mines, t factories.!
and other departments Tha'? ?ood'prV.
ducts and clothing should an(J can be
Increased' so that the wage earner
may obtain a fair .compensation -tor4
his labor I
By voting for Mr Wilson Torirrestij
dent you will help to eleotlj mani
who Is not an experiment In regard!
to his position relative to labor '
G H BOLJX ;,
Thought for Women.
When New York Stato forbade the
sale of egret plumes the dealers in)
this horrible product went to Jersey.
When Jersey joined New Yqrk thej !
went to Philadelphia, where they are j
now carrying on a mall order business I
with women who think themselves ,
beautiful by carrying on their heads '
a souvenir or a mother bird killed
and her fledglings left to starve.
Foreseeing All Trouble.
Mr Knutt "My dear I m '
It's a pity you ever married rae. Urn' I
sorry for tho pool children hid 3ow.
for the Lord's sake let me come to '
oca quieuy. ratuci t
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE ANY
EOY NEVER DISAPPfllfflVJ
A few years ago. I was troubled With i
a complication jof klJney arf4,&jB;j
ach ailments and although I tried two
or three .different doctqrs, I pvas un (
able to obtain a cure. Having heaid .
a great deal about S amp-Boot. I de !
cided to give it a trial and purchased '
a one-dollar bottle of Mr Alexander I
the druggist From the beginning J
conld notice a change for tbetbotUr ,
nnri after taklnr elcht bottles of vout
mprtlMnp f felt pntlreltr rilred aua
have not had any trouble since, 'j
Had I began using Swamp-Root i
sooner, I would have been a few hut '
dred dollars to the good and gajreui
myself a lot of suffering. . . "I
Yon nar use my textimnnlii ait"
time you wish. Yours very truly;
CHARLES E. HARRIS.
460 Sixth St Marion, Iowa.
I certify that Charles K.'Harns
signed the above testimonial In gp,
presence, being first duly sw.orn, jt?
the truth thereof, this 12th -day"-
July. 1909. - M
D. R. KInley. J.-P."
teter to j
Dr. Kilmer 4 Co, i
Blnghsmton. N. Y.
Prove What j Swamp-Root WIH-Co
For You :., . I
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bios-J
hamton, N. Y., for a samplerbott!t
It will convince anyone. 'You wj
also receive. a booklet of vainaDW n
fnrmatfrm. tell In ir ail nbout .the' kl
neys and bladder. AVhen wrltlngli
Review. Regular fifty-cenf ana'Jom
dollar size-bottles for sale aUflHd
stores. Advertisement j -'2
WANTS TQ BE ELKS'
JDJvranl Leach, -of New York city,
has announced bit candidacy for
Grand exalted ruler of the Benevo
lent and Protective Order of Elks. lie
has been grand treasurer of the, order
lor the p&t six years, having been
unanimously re-elected at Portland
last July. He was exalted ruler -of
the New York lodge for three suc
cessive terms, and 1 consMered ons
of the finest orators In the fraternity.
CLAIM CITIZEN HAS '
RIGHT TO GAST VOTE
Jude Seeks to Know If Man
Absent from State Shall
That a citizen of this state who.
was out of the state during the period
of registration for the presidential
primary and election and who returns'
after the registration books are 'clos
ed, hag. the moral right and the lesal
right to cast a ballot for presidential
electors in the coming electlop is
the belief of Judge J M. O Connd.
Certain that such a citizen has the.
moral right to suffrage and believia?
strongly that the legal right ma not
be denied him. Judge O'Conneil lias,
wired Attorney General G P Hullaid
.asking for an opinion on the question.
which. was asked by, Oscar Doyle, who
has just returned from Indiana vthe.tt
Jje vljlted relatives lor three months
jStfTt)bjle Iras beeti a citizen. Voter
and taxpajer of the ctt for jears and.
In the belief of Judge O'Connell. he is
a qualified citizen of the city, count
and state in the full letter and spir.t
of the law
HADLEY MAY SUCCEED SHERMAN
NEW YORK. Oct. 31 The selec
tion of a successor u Sherman as
the republican candidate to go before
tie electoral college tn January was
.i subject of informal discussion to
div amonx members of the republi
can natioral committee now In New
ork Governor Hadley. of Missouri,
j-as advanced as tho clioice or sev
iral committeemen, hot no effort lias
!een madr as yet to settle on a can
didate PRESCOTT ADEF1MAN DIES.
PItESCOTT. Oct. ri Ben M.
Belcher, city councilman, died to
night as a result of an overdose ot
TURKISH MINISTER SHOT.
LONDON. Oct 31 Narlra Pasa
Turkish rolnWer of war and Com
mander In chief In Thrace was eith
er shot or ttken prisoner, according
to a dlsiia'rb from Sofia to Oie post.
RE1KA, Oct 31. General LuIeJitc
head of the victorious MoHtfenesrai
t-rvil dntitpod trills VVrAf1nu14YiPf .
beanng RsSt acclaimed "them 1j&rsj
ernoon. 'The SrAai inhabitah&j
- - - -.
T. R.' DISCUSSES CAMPAIG
OYSTER-BAY. 'Oct W - With
George Y Perkins and Senator D(xrm,
campaign .leaders. Col. Roosevelt" dfs-'
taissed the political Mttiatlon tonlghc
tor two .hours Perkins',nH'Dix6ti
dined with the Colonel
i CHRTMS RUSh'.'oN.
t -'" 'j 5
WASfUNCTON.nOcl. 11 In 'tirop-aration-foc
post office deiiartmeut ordered all
postmaster to send in Immediately all
their defective equipment
NEW YORK, Oct 31. Copper, ln-
aotlve at 16.90 to 17 95 Arrivals -tSO
tons; espcrt for the month, 2r, BC1.
Lad, quiet, S.00 bid.
Still Believe In Witches.
There is a certain walnut tree near
Benevcnto, In Italy, around which tb
witches are said to gather on certain
nights; and many a peasant of the
Campagna believes that the witches
assemble on midsummer nights amid
the ruins of the Roman Forum, where
they turn themselves into hnge black
cats. As one proceeds east the super
stitions cr the ignorant thicken and
multiply. India is full of supernatural
traditions and fantasies.
"We've got a new boarder at the
house," said the bill clerk, as he dex
terously trundled his stool Into posi
tion and perched himself. "Ills name
Is Timothy Hayseed, and he's from
Squash Center. He'd have stayed
there, but the cows were always mis
taking him for somethlng'to eat and
he got bitten up quite badly."
"How Interesting." remarked the
cashier. "A very odd name, Isn't It!"
"Well. I won't say that' his sure
enough name," the bill clerk kindly
explained. "But It ought 'to -be. He's
the worst jay you ever saw. He's sot
freckles all over his nose and here's
"At breakfast be asked the landlady
for another plate of cakes. Honest!
And when she asked him If he would
n't like anything more sarcastic, you
know he says, 'I believe I'll have an
other piece of steak, please." Just that
way. And he'd Jabbed two pieces
when the dish went around He's
looking for a Job. I think, we ought
to make room for him here "
"Did the eld lady throw the coffee
90t at his head?" asked the cashier
"She ought to have," replied the
hill clerk, with a grin. "It's a wonder
"She didn't thent"
"Of course, she didn't," said the bill
"You don't mean to say that he got
his plate of cakes and his steak?" de
xnanded the cashier "Surely not?"
vOf course, he did," answered tht
"bill clerk. "Did you suppose she'd
tell him he'd had all she could afford
to give him? What kind of a Joint
do you think it is?"
"Well, well," said the cashier "Nc
doubt It would be rather remarkable
If the good woman objected to supply
ing more food than this rustic ien
son paid for"
"Oh, I guesc he didn't get any mow
than he paid for, if you come to that,
said the bill clerk.
"Tho strange thing was that the
young man should ask for hat he
wanted then?" queried the cashier
"Is that Ir. Johnny"
"If you knew tho old lady, you't!
think it was," said tho bill clerk.
"And he got the cakes and tht
steak," said the cashier. "He certain
ly must be a blockhead. If be'i
kept still he'd have had the pleasure
of leaving the table hungry, in al
"It's to be hoped he will learn; II
he doesn't. It's hard to predict what
"will become of hjm. "
-"To begin with.he'llo around ask
lng for a 'job, I suppose, and heT.
keep on asking until he gets It, In
stead of politely waiting for the Jot
to come to blm. It's quite evident
that he hasn't any delicacy whatever
Think of a young man with trecklet
on his nose, too! asking busy people
to give him work. Just because he
happens to want It Shameful1."
"Well, if you think It's all right tc
put your feet in the trough, you can,"
muttered the bill clerk.
"I'm not sure that it Isn't all right,
If you happen to be a hog and yout
associates are hoggish," said the cash
"I'm not casting any reflections or
your boarding house," he continued
"I merely want to call your attention
to the fact that this Is a cold, cruel
world. It Isn't enough to look hun
gry; you've got to holler for grub
and that In no uncertain tone If yoc
do that It's a hundred to ono that
you'll get It"
"Your friend. Mr Timothy Hayseed
Is making a pretty good beginning, it
you ask me. When he gets his Job
he'll ask about anything he wants tc
know and then he'll ask for a raise
"That's all the grod It would do him
if ho worked here." remarked the bill
"You can't ever until you try " said
'the cashier "After he's got most of
the knowledge regarding the husl
ness," he continsed, "hell ask for a
partnership, and hell naturally get
, "In course of time he'll ask the
other members of tho firm to retire,
and they will gracefully skjdoo. It
they don't,, hell scoop In a majority
of the stock! and kick 'em out
"Having accomplished this, hell ask
thekprinclpal firms In the same line of
business- to -consolidate with him and
alloy him to direct their destinies,
and they will do-so
"Then he will consider that his tn
dustry. Is entitled to a little special
legislation of the fostering order, and
he will ask for it If he can' put up
thgTipht kind of an argument to the
commission, hell get what he asks
"'Put up' Is good." commented tho
bill clerk. "So all you've got to do to
be the head of a trust Is to ask for
another plate of buckwheat cakes
when you are a young man. Is that
"You're putting It the wrong way,
Johnny," ansVcred the cashier. "Not
every young man who asks for a seo
snd helping will arrive at tho em!-
tJence that I apeak.of. but if you take
notice you-' will find that there Is no
trust magnate who Is congenltaljr
bashful about asking for anything;
that he thinks he wants."
'"I was under the Impression that
they took Tehat they wanted without
asking," said the bill clerk.
i . JS.
Read Review Waint Ads
for frying m cooking.
Cottolene costs no more than lard. It will go one-third farther
than butter or lard, because it is richer. , ,
Cottolene contains no hog fat, but is a pure, vegetable pfoauctrnade, .from choicest
cotton oil. It is pure and clean, in source and making, fs sold onjyn air-tight tin pails,
which protect it from dirt, dust and store odors. v
Cottolene is healthful; Cottolene will produce, the best results in
cooking; Cottolene is more economical than butter or lard.
Why not give Cottolene a trial, and serve your own best interests?
SPEAK IK INTERESTS
OF IHE REPUBLICANS
(Special to Tha lt?iow
WILLC'OX, Oct !J Judge Allert
II Sanies, of Douglas and Judge I-)-man
H Hayes, of thfi1 cit spoke at
the illcox hall tonight In the inter
est of the republican party ifnd can
didates Henr? A Morgan presided
at the meeting and introduced the
speakers Judge Sanies made an ap
peal for suport for Taft on the l
theory of present prosperit and the
3diisablllty of 'letting well enough
alone John S Williams, of Hlsbeu.
was expected to accompany Judge
Sames here, but busqqss engagements
prevented his presence
The north end of, the county will
gie a beay majority for Wilson
Verger Was Strictly Business.
English rergers no" longer turn as
honest shilling by admitting spec
tators to see royalty at church But a
few years ago one in a certain coun
try chnrch thought ol something ven
better Kins Edward had been occu
pying one of th pews, and after see
ing his majesty depart the clergyman
returned to find a h&k business go
ing qn The verger lisil seen a way
to a.isTst the chnrch restoration fund
by charging loyal parishioners a few
pence eaeh for the pilvilcge of sitting
for a moment In the place still warm
ed with the royal presence; and he.
was astonished when the vicar sum
marily stopped the traffic.
OCT. 4, 1912.
To the Stockholders of the
Heflfern Mining & De
- vclopment Company ;
who- hBTe not paid In their nssess-4
ment. who hold stock not transferred!
In thslr nam, who hay loaned
money on stork, eto, can exchange
their stock, .share for share. In tha
reorganization if the company by pay-J
Ing tbe assessment on their stock oh
one cj?at PC stare The money can
be Bald to Albert Dahiberg, stopping
at Victoria Hotel Brewery Gulcn,.
Call nn me between. 3 and 6 p m.,
as 1 -will be in during those hours, of
Blsbce or to Jlr. Albert Heffern. Itox
302. DouKlas. Arizona--within thirty
jdaysfrom date.' The stock will not
tic recognized unless tms assessment
Is paid upon their stock when the
company is reorgani&d. Send money
by draft, postat or express money- or
der.mor registered mall. Advertise
' Yours respectfully ?
T55. t. -ALBURTi HEPFRN
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lilt "h yAtiSS wrngmM' A7, U - M
3)fl I I Use hutterMMWVse Cbt.tolene i 55P
gcyp on your SL in the SiSw
e2ElP table 11M1 kltc&m 7JM
U4H If Mil
t-i m.iinwiiw II." I p. - , in w 1 1 n I ih 1 I ' i
You can cut-vour butter
confine the use of butter to your table, and use Cottolene
which is just as good as butter for shortening, and better
Try this Recipe:
Made only by.
A Gas Room Heater is simple arid inexpensive.
It gives comfort and protects health, during
Small and handy, a Gas Heater takes" irp little
ll space and can be
anjd chill from
j .r . jt-
up to 10.00.
Call and look
bills in two if
i CREAM MUFFINS i
1 pint tiftcd flour 2 ees
, V4up Cttttltnt Yt CUP m"k
"2 tablet poomr baking-powder
Vz teaspoon salt ' " '
Mix the baking powder and
salt wth tbe flour. Beat the
yplks of the egg lightly, add
milk and stir quickly into (he
floar, then stir in the softened
Ccttclexe and lastly the egg
whites well beaten. Fill a
greased muffin pan tiro-thirdf
full and bake 15 minutes in,
a very hot oven.
moved from room ,to room wher
a few mifiutes to remove "the damp
living room, dimngoom or bed
ashd sW&y '2t? lv2fiouaro rices, 2.00
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