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;he bisbee daily REV JEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA,
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1912
IQ TALK IN HIT
Arizona Senator Too 111 to
Come to Risbee and Sub
stitute Mav Take
LING WILL SPEAK
There will be a democratic rally
on the Costcllo lot on Main street
Saturday night as a part of a whirl
wind finish of the presidential cam
paign in Cochise county, but unfor
tunately Senator .Henry P Ashurt will
not be able to come.
This Information was received bi'
J. F. 'McDonald, secretary and, treas
urer ot the local democratic organisa
tion, yesterday afternoon in a tele
gram from M- 0 Hanklns, chairman
of the democratic county central com
mittee, of Douglas.
Senator Ashurst III
Senator Ashurst has been compelled
by illness to abandon his campaign
for the national ticket In this county
and all of his speaking dates -in the
county hae been cancelled, accoid
Ing to the telegram of the county
The news will come as a disappoint
ment to the local democrats who have
been cherishing the hope since the
beginning of the campaign that tl'o
senator would tome.
Ling Will Come
Mr. Hankins did not state whether
or not Reese M. Ling, who was to
accompany Mr. Ashurst, would come
but it is assumed that ha will. The
local organization, immediately upon
receiving the telegram from Chairman
Hanklns, wired the state committee
asking that a substitute or substitutes
for Senator Ashurst be sent to fill
the Cochise county dates and a reply
is expected today.
Tbe famous army with which tbo
Protector overthrew the tyranny of
King Charles was. officially known as
tha "New Model." The strength of
the New Model in all arms Infan
try, artillery and cavalry footed up
about 0.009 men. The "Ironsides."
as they were more familiarly called,
rarely lost a tattle. Before the push
of their pikes and the rush of their
cavalry the plumed hosts of the king
'"PP'b'tt before the wind.
Jh!. " MOdel W,dS tbe m?1 demo-
-.., ,ct uuB, aac ai ID
same tine, the best disciplined.
Home of Dwarf FUices.
In Luzon, tbe Philippines, there
dwells a race of dwarfs known as the
Aetag, whose average height is four
feet eight or nine Inches. ,They live
In the mountains of the interior, thus
bearing out the theory of one author
ity upon little peoples that most. If
not all, of the dwarf races survive
only In tbe most Inaccessible parts
of the continents or Islands to which,
ours is the classiest lot of styles, weaves,
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Mrs. Fsltx Diaz.
Mrs. FtlU DLu dronmed that aba
.would bocem the first lady ol Alex
loo. Tbe dream. bowaver, wu of
short d. ratten, for her kosbasd. OflO
;crai Felix Diaz, toader o Uae latest
MoTlraa rtTolutloq, was captured txy,
tha federal forces twror kk rsvefc
was a fortnight cM. A traitor's
death awaits Olaa, wbo Sa. a. napaew
ot ths former Mexican presides.
Nevar seta to ajast the character
la which you wish to shine Modesty
Is the only sttc bait no n you angle
for prtUe. By modesty I do not
mean timidity and awkward bashful
seas. On the contrary, be Inwardly
firm and steady, know your own
value, but take care to let nobody dis
cover that you know It Whatsrer
real merit you have, other people will
discover and people alv ys magnify
their own discoveries, at thsy lessen
those of otbsr. Lord Chesterfield.
"It has often been said, with truth,
that only two classes of people receive
truly expert medical attendance ths
very rich and ths very poor." writjs
Walter prltchard EaUm te Mnnsey's
lw October. "The very rich can af-
fnrrt nerl.1U nnrt trained nurEM.
The very poor are taken to million-
j dollar hospitals, whore the best Is giv
en to them, and then, perhaps, to coo.
velescent country homes. The rest f
us are at the mercy of the central
practitioner and amateur nursing."
Laughter Like a Bombshell
One good, hearty laugh Is a bomb
shell exploding In the right place,
tvhllo spleen and discontent are a gun
that kicks ovr the', man who shoots
' ft oa. De Witt Talma'ge. .
clothes lots of
style about them.
man)' two and three
button models; great
and scores of
others, all from
The House of
and shown in every size
a perfect hr guar
anteed. See the
made-up in these
stunning models in
best style at . .
Hunt Makes Address Lauda
tory of Pxcellcnt Condi
tion of Leading Insti
tutions of Arizona
PHOENIX, Oct. 31 Before the first
annual meeting ot the county school
) superintendents of Arizona, now in
session. Governor Hunt delivered the
following address, commendatory of
the excellent condition of the public
schools In Arizona.
Gentlemen: If I were confined totlnnv tli,. -rti.'.H. i. -n.7
one sentence in greeting you I would
The good Iwork done and
n evidence today simply testifies to
E.JSM Y. pP0grM8, fM tte pubIlc
school system, and this progres
means, in Arizona at least, freedom
from petty restriction for those who
are placed ax tbe bead of the schools.
Tbe Arizona scbol laws contain noth
ing that would delay or hamper the
adoption of an advanced Idea. Our
educators are fortunate in this respect
that they are encouraged to take tbe
Initiative in all matters having to do
with improved methods. Arizona
wants and had prepared herself for
tbe beat to be had, and Is ready to
receive the best you con clvo. If it Is
possible to give the young people
oi me staie mora practical scnooi
work, -the public not only expects It,
but knows it will be provided.
Critics are Plentiful
"There are plenty of critics of the
public school system as a whole, and
many ot these critics are school su
perintendents. This is in Itself a sign
ot progress. It Is encouraging. We
have a long road to travel before we
reach perfection In any phase ot hu
man creation, and while our schools
are today far In advance of those of
the past, the demand for more and
more efficiency Is no greater than
the willingness on the part ot educa
tors to bring it about In short, there
never existed a more cordial spirit of
co-operation between the public and
the school officers. It marks an op
portunity that should be pleasing to
"I, in common with other citizens.
have noted an increasing tendency
toward practical linoe of instruction.
A greater effort Is being made to bar.
monlze Instruction with the natural
ability or inclination pf the pupil. It
Is generally agreed that this involves
today the greatest problem of our
6cbool. and especially of our high
schools. When we arrive at the stage
where a malorlty of our boys and girls
can. upon leaving school, make direct
and useful application ot their educa
tion to life's work, we shall have
achieved something which you are no
doubt striving to obtain. That's It
the relation of our public schools to
the Industrial and commercial world,
the plain, everyday problem of bread
and' "butter. The boy or girl who Is
beat equipped to meet this problem Is
best educated. It is needless to say,
so far us 'h.tj or she is ooncerned
"At tblfelret anpual meeting under
statehood, I have no doubt that you
can report to each other much that
u) encouraging, anu suggest many
things' for tie future that are valuable.
If there "Is anything which you lack In
the way of facilites that are needed
for the progress of education In Art
zoaa, it will no doubt be provided in
due time. Arizona is fully alive to the
fact that the greatest safeguard of
good government Is Intelligence, and
in tnls knowledge the state looks with
hope and confidence in you personally
as executive head of the educatlonsf
system, and I feel certain that this
sentiment U Justified by the record.
I congratulate you In behalf ot tbe
public and assure you of the most
The Writer Who Does Most.
That writer floes the most who
fives his reader the most knowledge
ind takes from him tha Ihk ina
C. C. Colton.
Just See That Corn
Come on Sunday! Gone on Tuesday!
Before Using After Using
"GETS-IT Is tbe bw corn enre on
a new-plan, that Is a harmless to the
kln as water, but, blazes, how it
work! Nothing to stick or hart, la
and behold, your corn comes out
You don't have to drag It ouL Every
ownr of a corn, callous, art or
bunion Is going to Met' the surprise
cf a lifetime. No more digging at
corns, no more slicing with razors
and drawing blood, no more blood poi
son, no more sticking plasters. "Oets
lt Is sold at all druggists at 23
cents a bottle, or sent direct by E.
Lawrence & Co, Chicago. Bold In
Btsbe b7 Dlsbee Dmz Co, Central
Pharmacy. Phelps Dodge Mer. Co.
Ths New Corn Cure "GETS-IT
Healthy Baby is
To Make It Healthy and Keep It
Healthy Use a Reliable
In spite ot the greatest personal
care and the most Intelligent atten
tion to diet babies and children will
become constipated, and It is a fact
that constipation and indigestion have
wrecked many a younc life. To stnrt
with a ood digestive apparatus is to
Mart life without handicap.
But an we cannot all have perfect
working bowels we must do the next
best thins and nrqu'.re them, or train
them to become healthy. This can
be done by the use of a laxative-tonic
very highly recommended by a great
,Jr Caldwell's -Syrup Pepsin and has
on8 ,t b h cenve,ent,y
at d gtorp f fif
one dollar a bottle, and those who are
..j, -ij ,. .,. k..
.v. ... . J
me iiouar size.
Its mildness makes it the ideal med
icine for children, and It is also very
pleasant to tlu taste. It does not
hide behind the name of a fruit or a
vegetable and yet It Is genuinely
harmless. Very little of it is re
quired and Ub frequent use does not
r-auvp It to lose Its effect, as is the
case with so many other remedies.
Thousands can testify to its merits
In constipation. Indigestion, bilious
ness, sick headaches, etc.. among
them reliable people like Mr. D. C.
Head. Mgr Head Drug Co.. Ft.
Worth. Tex., father cf Clarence Car
roll Head, and Mrs. M. E. Harman,
Esmond, S. D. They keep It con
stantly In the house, for every mem
ber of the family can use It from In-
Hunters Bern, Not Made.
A. hunter Is born, not made. Un
less a man has the love of the chase
bred In his blood he's not going to get
any bine ribbons pinned on him for
sportsmanship. Some men take to the
trail as naturally as a duck beats It
to the puddle after cracking the egg
shell. Then there are others who nev
er seem to learn the game they
think they like to hunt but when you
get thm Into the tall and unlum
bered, they prove to be misfits who
are eternally doing the wrong thing
at th9 Inopportune time. National
Make Bathing Form of Worship.
Our American bathing resorts pale
into insignificance beside those of In
diathough to the Hindoo bathing is
a religious duty as well as a personal
luxury. East India papers report that
during one week recently at the holy
city of Allahabad nearly 2,000.000 peo
ple bathed in the rivers Jumna and
Ganges, which meet at that place.
Minded Her Qwn Business.
Pound, n. woman who minds rier
own business. This pight to be
straight, information, because her hus
band says so. ' Beforu boarding" a train
for Toronto, Can., he gave her a gold
medal that had Inscribed on one side,
'EVl. TV.tln i. 1 1 .. .
'' ""iu "r v?m ouuuess. us
tbe reverse h, her name. Muddle. This
Memphis man, Dr. R. H. Mclntyre.
says that before his wife left for a
three months' visit to Toronto. Can,
where -'she is visiting her parents, this
Is the way" he rewarded her mbst
palseworthy character. Memphis
Electric Street Sweepers.
The municipality of Berlin has
found electrically driven machines for
cleansing tbe streets much cheaper
than the old ho-se carts. There are
now twenty-four storage-battery ma
chines In use. The electric machines
do so much work that each machine
Is supposed to save about J 1.33 a day
by comparison with a horse-driven
water cart The Electrical Re7lew
and Western Electrician.
Might Be the Fact.
Burglars who broke Into a Psafe
ftt recently removed all the tsahiea
ble pannier dresses belonging to tbt
tlstresi of the house and left a Burn
er of old skirts. "The police. says
Paris correspondent, "suspect a
ruhlon expert. We, on the othsc
and, are 'inclined to wonder If tbe
urglery was not commute J by ths
idy's husband, who may easily have
en a simple-hearted! fellow wke
'Iched to see bis wife becomingly
reefed for a week or two. C?
Exports Will Be Large.
The estimate that a billion dollars'
worth of manufactures will be export
ed In the current fiscal year, made by
the bureau ot statistics, department
ot commerce and labor, seems likely
to be Justified. Tbe ofQcIal figures
show for tbe nine months ending with
March $730,000,000 worth ot manufao
tures exported, these figures being
$74,000,000 in excess ot those for the
corresponding period of tbe preceding
year; and as the exports of manufac
tures In tbe year ending June 30, 1911,
were valued at $907,000,000, tbe fig
ures t hand seem to clearly Indicate
that tbe total for tbe current year will
SMS the billion-dollar line.
A Natural Death.
Judge "Ton sy the man died a
natural deathT" Witness "Tes, your
honor." Judge "Bat I thought ho
was shot? Witness "So ho teas,
Judge. But he -Kai practicing on the
trombono at the . time." Yonlteri
x ' - '
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CLARENCE CARROLL HEAD,
fancy to old age. The users of Syrup
Pepsin have learned to avdid cathar
tics, salt waters, pills and other harsh
remedies, for they do but temporary
good and are a shock to the delicate
If no member of your family has
ever used Syrup Pepsin and you would
like to make a personal trial of It be
fore buying ft In the regular way ot a
druggist, send your address a postal
will do to Dr. W. D. Caldwell, 415
Washington St.. Montlcello, III., and
n free sample bottle wll be malld
you. Results are always guaranteed
or money will be refunded.
PASSED AN UNQUIET NIGHl
Traveler, Lost In the Bush, Was Glad
to Do Without tho Blessings of
But I had never given a thought tc
the course I had taken In my gallop
across tbe veldt. I kept ou and on, and
before long It grew dark and some
what cold. So I dismounted, and at
er thinking It over, I kneo-haUered'.h
iorse and let him go, crept head first
Into a large ant-bear hole for a night's
lodging, and made myself as comfort
able as possible under tbe lrcua
sUnces, using the blesbok hide Tor a
blanket. The night was dark as
Sleep was out ot question. I sup
pose it was the haunches and the riw
hide that attracted the creatures, but
before long It really semed as It 1
bad settled down in a village of wlIC
pigs and Insulted the whole comma
nlty. To begin witb, squeallcg Inces
santly, they seemed to be racing rouel
and round in a circle, taking ra lor lt(
center. Then a number ot lackalr
drawing nearer and nearer. Joined it
the chorus. But I soon discoverer
that If i dlsUked the .noise x fairly
dreaded the silence. Inuring the quiet
spells I irnow that iQK'hlns wfi
chewing industriously "attb4 atfeeV
Ing ends cf the raw hide Id which, i
was enveloped. Jt was banl wpri fox
me to keep from klcklng-'iucssunt'y,
but whenever i rested for a mfnpi
the chewing developed ntov.vigorpuj
tugs, tfle significance of welch it Vai
easy Xor one In mr poaltloa to appre
. Howeirer, I kicked tho night througt
w safety, and earjy Ja this morning, ii
my delight, X found my bars? a short
Clstance away, nlSWlnjr contentedly a!
Us breakfast. Atlantic Mdnth'y.
There are so many cases of Con
sumption reported where the details
show the disease started with a cold
or a cough, that 'It is really surpris
ing that people ate not more anxious
to Immediately stop these apparently
minor troubles. Our advice Is "atop
the cough or cold, if possible, with
out delay." Otherwise more serious
troubles are likely to follow. It the
medicines you are now taking do not
lirlns relief, try Ecknan's Alterative,
as thls'rcan did:
237 Dean St, Brooklyn, N Y
"Gontleraen: I am giving yoa be
low a brief, history of ray case, which
I tmst you Will uso for th hAnoflt
of those suffering'from any similar
"About a year and a half ago I no
ticed that my health was ranldlv fail.
ing. unUI At the end of 4:x months
my weight had fallen to 129 pounds.
1 was troubled with night sweat, a
severe, 'cough and was Tery week,
having In tact no ambition whatever.
About this time I consulted a physi
cian, who told trie my longs were af.
fected. Not saUsfled. I went to an.
other doctor, who after examining me
said that I was in the -first stages ot
consumption. At this point I started
to take -Eckmaa'a Alterative. The
night sweats stopped almost Immedi
ately, my cough became looser and
gradually disappeared. Mf weight Is
now 142 pounds and my physician has
pronounced zae perfectly sound
which, together with the fact that I
have been accepted by two different
Insurance companies for insurance,
makes me sure of my entire recovery
by Eclcraan'g AlteraUre. I should be
very glad, to communicate wTith any
one who would b Interested In ay
(Sworn Affidavit) W. E. OEE.
Eckman's Alterative is effective in
Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever;
Throat and Lung Troubles .and In up
building the system. Does not con.
tain poisons, opiates or habtt-fonnlna;
drugs. For sale by Lowell Drug Co,
in Lowell, and other loading drug
gists. Ask for booklet telling of re
coveries, and write to Eekraan Labor
atory. Philadelphia. Pa, for addition
al evidence. 363.
you Safety for your money, advice on business mat
ters and financial assistance when necessary.
Start your account today.
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Main Btreet. Blsbee, Arizona
Will E. McKet President. C. A. McDonald, Cashier.
O. W. Wolf, Assistant Cashier.
L. J. OVERLOOK
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRE8PONDENT8: Paine Web
ber & Co, Bos ton and Calumet.
Logan & Bryan, Chicago and New
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Why not buy a house and quit paying rent? Be your
own landlord. We have a nice variety of them at a
bargain, part cash, balance monthly payments; 6
room house on Roberts Ave.; 5 room house on Quar
ry Canvon; 3 room house on Higgins Hill, 6 room
house on Laundry Hill, 4 room house in Tombstone
Cartvon, 3 room huse in Jiggerville, 5 room house in
Upper Lowell. For these and others see
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If you .are .contemplating building
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Judgment in selecting the materials
to bo used, in Its construct'nn.
If ydu buy of us you will set the
best and at prices no higher than in
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where. Srar Lumbar Go.
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Of Mexico, Maintains at NACO,
Arlrona . Sonora
A Customs Brokerage
under the management of
T. E. PASCHAL.
Forward your shlomonl In his
ear. I., ,
He Pays All Expense
nd collects from consignee n de
livery of shipment at destination
Service pr"mpt and efficient
Tne Line has Just been opened to
Let us tell you something of the
LANDS and MINES of the West
Coast of Mexico.
LA WTO N, a. F. & P. A.
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXIGO RAILROAD GO.
7 35 a. ra. Lv Clifton ar. 4:03 p. m.
S IS a. m. Lv Guthrie Lv 330 p. m.
9 00 a. to. Lv Duncan Lv 2:36 p. m.
10 23 x ra. Lv Lorde!rgLvl:33 p. m.
11 30 a. m. Ar Hachlta Lv 12:10 p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
No. 1. leaving Lordsburg 10:57 a. m.,
South bound train connects with EI
Paso & Southwestern east bound
train for El Paso, leaving Hachita at
11:59 a. m. Mountain Time, and
with west bound train for Douglas
and B!ibw, leaving Hachlta at 11:59
a. m.. Mountain Time.
R. IC MINSON,
Traffic Manager. Clifton, Arl2ona.
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBERT HENNE8ST, Prop.
Phone IS. Op. Depot Ambulant