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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 1, 1912
TO Py IHHF
Experts Show Agricultural
Men Advance Money on
Necessities to Pay for
BIG LTSTIS GIVEN
Experts on tariff In the east have
arranged tables showing the extent to
which ihe farmer, small merchant,
workingman and plain citizens are
taxed for the actual necessities of life,
and not the least injured by such
method of unjust taxation is the baby
of the family From its birth to
death, whatever the child needs is
subjected fo a big premium to be
paid for the benefit of the big inter
ests. Following Is the list:
Plow Horse Is Taxed
Articles. Per Cent.
Backhand.. ,., 33
Iron plow 15
Wooden plow Z.. 13
Bolts .'. 17 to 30
Trace cAains 43
Clips- ' 45
Clevis ; i 45
Cle is pin . 45
Washers ,..,-. S to 10
Rivets ' 5' 45
Rings , 45
Buckles .'. 45
Grass Rod 45
Heel pin 43
Plow lines hemp 19 to 25
Plow line flax 22 to SO
Plow lines cotton 45
Pow lines leather 35
Horse shoes C to , 23
Horse shoe nails 11 to ' 3S
Driver Taxed From Hat to Sox
Articles. Per Cent
Hat of fur 47 to 100
Hat of straw - 3S
Hat of wool 33 to 100
Leather glomes 60
Sheep gloves 39 to SI
Kid gloves 39 to SI
Shirt, cotton 50 to C4
Drawers, cotton ... 50 to 64
Stockings, cotton 30
Stockings, seh edged 50 to 63
Coat 40 to 75
Ccat, wool C5 to 91
Ready made coat 30 to CO
Ready made clothing 45 to &2
Collar buttons .'. 50
Xecktle j... '50
Shoes ' 23
Bone buttons ..; CO to 107
Horn buttons C3 to T3
Ivory buttons fO
Pearl buttons 57 to 113
Wife Taxed as Follows
Articles. Per Cent.
Woolen knit underwear 50 to 9S
Woolen cloak C8 to SO
Woolen Jacket 6S to SO
Woolen shawl . ... 92 to 10b
Woolen plushes 30 to 140
Dress goods 70 to 151
Gloves, leather CO
Gloves, schmaschen . . . . 39 to BO
Gloves, sheep . ... 39 to 81
Gloves, kid 39 to SO
l- , ; .
Good and True
Safe and reliable for regula
ting the bowels, stimulating the
liver, toning the stomach the
world's most famous and most
approved fandly remedy is
la boxes 10c25c
In Pint Cans
J. B. Angius
"Trie Pure Foed Grocery"
GOWN PINK gATIN
An evnlnL gown of pink satin Crap
ed with wblto 'patterned net and
trimmed with crystal beads. Shadow
lace rDlshts Ihe panels at lb tide.
The corsage Is of white satJn en.'jrotJ
ered In pearls. The gown Is consid
ered one or the mest artistic French
creations for the coming winter sea
son. Stockings, knit
Stockings, seh edged
Xeckw ear . .
:. 52 to.
Silk ribbon 30
Fur hats ' : t:
Wool hats 33 to 100
i meryruui ciom .......... 54
Articles. per Pent-
Jumping Jacks 1 ;.:... '..-.. 35
.Marbles :.:.. r.r.
Flrecracbers ' 97.to.227
bugar plums 6C to 100
Chewing cum ... .". 29 to r.D
False faces". ..:,'... '...,.. 33
Castor Oil ' 35 to 9S
Last The Baby
Should there be a baby in the fam
ily, he or she is not forgotton. but
payB 28 per cent under the guise ot
"Infant's Food." His coffin nays 33
per cent, and the hearse 45. Flow-
era for the grave, 23 per cent, whllo
the Bible and the hmn books used at
the burial are taxed 25 per cent.
Llfo Length of Thlnns.
It has just been computed that the
day fly llvis 24 hours, the May fly sir
weeks, the butterfly two months, as
alas, also does the flea; the fly three
to four months, the ant, the cricket,
and the bee ono year each; the bare,
rhcep, si: to ten years each, the
nightingale, 12 jears; the wolf, 12
to 15 ars; the canary bird, 13 to
20 years; the dog, 15 to 25 years; cat
tle. 25 years; the horse. 25 to 30
years; the eagle, 30 jears. the stag.
35 to 40 years; heron, lion, and bear,
50 years each; the raven, SO years;
elephant, turtle, parrot, pike, and
carp, 100 years each. The Ivy out
lines 200 years; the elm, 300 to 350
years; the linden, 500 to 1.000 years;
the locust tree and the oak, 400 years;
the fir, 700 to 1,200 years; the palm
trees, 3,000 to 6,000 years.
I He "Did you ever observe what a
j difference clothes make on one's
1 mind? Now, when I am in my riding
t togs, I'm all horse; when I have on
I my business suit, my mind's full of
business: when I get Into my evening
' dress my mind takes a purely social
turn. She ''And I suppose that
when you take a bath your mind's an
titter blank?" Stray Stories.
Bird's Nest In Human Skull.
A bird has built its nest in a human
skull lying in a vault beneath a church
at Rothwell. Northamptonshire. Eng
land. Apparently the bird entered the
vault through the ventilator and after
jelectlng the largest cranium among
the rows of skulls on the shelves pro
ceeded to enlarge a hole, which had
probably been made originally by a
battleax. New Tork Sun.
Insuring Pnv.ta Cup,
To Insure the owner of a -private
-having cup kept in a barber shop
that he is its only user there na been
Invented a paper cap to cover it
which cannot be removed without
breaking a seal.
hTVtQ-rk yu as fr beer do not take a sub
VV il< stitute. Insist on having The Tann-
hauser Beer, (the beer that is bottled at the
Brewery.) 7)elivered to you at $3 .SO per case,
If your grocer does not have it, call
BIG IN OF STATE
11 CONFERENCE ON
TAXATION OF MINES
Tax Commissioners, County
Supervisors, Assessors and
Representatives of the
Mining Hold Meeting
Yesterday morning the Review car
ried the Btory fothe conference in
Phoenix on Monday and Tuesday
when the questions of a plan for the
assessment of mining property la the
state was considered.
A plan was submitted to the tax
commission as meeting the views of
the mine owners and operators. It
came as a report from a sub-commit,
tee, authorized to represent the min
ing industry and it was given in the
The Arizona Republican says: It
was not expected the cdmmlssion
would make any recommendation
concerning it or signify its attitude at
this time. The next step will be to
prepare a bill embodying the features
of the tentative plan. The bill villi
then he passed upon by the commis
sion which may then recommend its
passage by the legislature, or suggest
such changes as may seem" advisable
One result would be ta take nil ot
er relating to the taxation of mines
out of the hands of county assessors
and county boards of equalization.
The conrerince n-as marked b good
feeling and a desire to get together on
a fair basis The miujng companies
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
company. Calumet & Arizona Mining
company. United Verde Copper com
pany, Arizona Copper company, De
troit Copper company. Old Do'nvnlon
Copper company, Miami Copper com
pany. Inspiration Consolidated Copper
company, Ray Consolidated Copper
company. Great Western Copper com
pany. Consolidated Arizona Smelting
company. Gold Roads Mining company,
Tom Reed Mining company.
The assessors were. E. A. Hughes
of Cochise countv: Geo. Truman of
Pinal countv; J. H. Kirbev of Green
lee countv, F. L Hunt of Mohave
The supervisors were- August Jlick
ey. of Cochise count) ; John Rock of
Cochise county; I). Devore of Olla
county; Patrick Roso of Glia county;
Mart McDonald of Gila county; Jno.
C. Potts of Mohave county; J. Sara
Withers of Mohave county; H. r
Heap of Yavapai county; V. A. Mouer
of Maricopa county; Frank Lake of
Maricopa county; I Jan B. Orme of
The mining representatives Nor
man Carmichael, Arizona Copper com
pany; Young G. Fentland, director,
Arizona Copper company; Exley Mil
ler, secretary. Arizona Copper' com
pany. John C Greenuay. Calumet &
rizona. S W French, Copper Queen
compan ; C E. Mills, Inspiration Cop
per company, E E. EUinwood, attor
ney for the Copper Queen companv ,
Walter Douglas. Phelps Dodge & com
pany, Ur U D Rlcketts. consulting
engineer Calumet & Arizona: L. H.
Chalmers, attorney Ray Consolidated
Copper company, a j McLean Ray
Consolidated Copper company, J Q
MacDonald, Ray Consolidated Copper
eompan , D R Mulr, Go)d Roads
Mines company; B Britton Gettsberg-
er, Miami Copper company, S. S
Jones Tom Reed Gold Mines corn
pan) . Chas Grimes. Tom Reed Gold
Mines company; W. G McBride. Great
Western Copper companj ; W. J
Young. Great Western Copper com-
isany W A. Clark, United Verde Cop
per company II V. Young, his sec
retary. United Verde Copper company
and LeRoy Anderson, attorney, l nlted
Verde Copper company.
Ordeal for Brid-s.
A peculiar and barbaric marriage
custom of the Kabyle women of Africa
consists in the martyrdom of the bride,
who, clad in her wedding finery, stands
through an entire morning against a
pillar in the village square Her eyes
are closed, her arms pressed to her
sides and she has only the narrow
base of the column for a foothold.
Meanwhile a ring of villagers criticise
and commend on her appearance.
Accent Long Preserved.
It Is a curious fact that in the Ba
hama islands, which were settled mora
than two hundred years ago by Lon
doners, the Cockney dialect Is as
strong as it is in Cheapslde.
T was talking to Diggby this morn
'ng about the latest dreadnought He
didn't appear to be much Interested."
"I should think not! Diggby married
one." Birmingham Age-Herald.
We are told that two and one-halt
million people In this country live by
writing. Of course this includes those
who write homo for money. Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
Boston & Brown
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
Most complete Jewelry Store in the Southwest. We
grind our spectacle lenses here. We manufacture
all kinds of jewelry and our .vatch repair department
cannot be surpassed.
The One Price Store
2 Doors from Royal .Theater. Henkel Jewelry Co.
Chicago Post, Influential Re
publican Paper, Asks Its
Readers a Leading and i
PRESENT ROLE FRAUD
The Chicago Post, an Influential In
dependent Republican newspaper, pro
pounds this question to Republicans:
"Why not Wilson!
"This question is 'addressed particu
larly to Republicans.)?
"Governor Wilson suits the Demo
crats down to the ground, suits all
Democrats who are worthy to be call
ed Democrats. But In an emergency
like this, why should not Wilson suit
a large part of the Republicans as
"Why not Wilson?
"Governor Wilson is a thorougbred
American gentleman, n?t only in the
accident of birth, but In his every
ideal, impulse and principle. That
should be the first requirement of ev
ery presidential candidate. : !S
"Governor Wilson Is a tried and
trustworthy executive. His brilliant
record as governor of New Jersey
"Governor Wilson Is an eminently
sane and sensible man. He Is an emi
nently honorable man. He has digni
fied every place which he has held
He has performed a splendid public
servleo by lifting the present cam
paign out of the riot of mudsllnglng
with which Roosevelt began it
"In every personal characteristic.
Governor "Wilson is equipped to be
any man's president, without regard
to whether that man Is a Democrat or
a Republican. What. then, of his do-
"Governor Wilson Is, and always has
been, a sensible Democrat, but he Is
not and never has been a silly, violent
Governor Wilson 'stands for honesty
and efficiency In federal administra
tion. So do all save those who profit
by graft and Inefficiency
Governor Wilson stands for the
curbing of trusts and monopolies So
do all. except monopolists and their de
fender, Theodore Roosevelt.
Governor Wilson stands for a
prompt and steady downward revision
of the tariff So do nine-tenths of the
people of the United States.
"Governor Wilson believes In a more
radical tariff revision than do a large
number of the rank and file of Re
publicans But Governor Wilson Is
!the only candidate who If elected will
TV.Av.vtlt h .(.!.. . .1.- . ...
iuii. me ictieiuu ul uje uiria at all
"The tariff has been to high for a
generation Is It not better to take a
chance at getting It too low according
to Republican standards than to let
the known frauds of the present re
gime continue for another four years
to rob the public?
"Why not Wilson? He will give an
honest, a dignified, a capable adminis
tration. He will respect the constitu
tion. He will see that the tariff is re
vised downward He will curb trusts.
He will serve the people.
"Why not Wilson T'
FACTS WORTH REMEMBERING
John D. Arcbbold, for the Standard
Oil company, gave ,100,000 to Roose
velt's campaign fund In 190f but re
fused to prosecute the harvester trust
more, which was demanded.
J. P. Morgan of the steel trust and
Jther Interests gave the Roosevelt fund
in the same year J 100,000, and did give
-p $30,000 moie.
Mr. Roosevelt furiously prosecuted
the Standard Oil company, but be re
fused to prosecute the harvester trust
ind the steel trust and gave the steel
.rust permission to absorb Its only se--lous
George W. Perkins of the steel and
larvester trusts gave JiS.000 of the
Sew York Life Insurance company's
noney to Roosevelt's campaign fund,
ind refunded It when the fact became
THTS CLOAK TYTJ-L BE
f " -
This handsome evening cloak ot
champagne-colored cloth will be much
In evidence during the lata fall. It
la faced with green satin. Green silk
embroidery Is worked In a band down
either side ot the front, and forms
the deep square collar. Cubocbons of
green embroidery ornament the trim
ming bonis at the front
The artificial key-language known as
"Esperanto" is the invention of Dr.
Zamenhof, a native of Grodno, in Rus
sian Poland, who first produced hl3
system In 1887 by the publlcaUon ot
"An International Language." The
leading characteristics of Esneranto
are Its "simplicity of construction, the
facility by which It maj be acquired I
and the practical ease and euphony
of Its pronunciation," to use the lan
guage of Its advocates The alphabet
is composed of twenty-eight letters,
each letter having an Invariable
sound, tho vocabulary consisting of
some 900 roots selected from the
most familiar tongues. Since 1SS7
Esperanto has greatly Increased in
use. but many think it will never be
made to servo the purpose for which
Its Inventor designed It a universal
A Colossal Scheme.
The great highway of the commerce
of the future will be the Pacific ocean.
Mighty capitalists throughout the
world are putting their heads together
to erect the raoBt colossal system for
wireless telegraphy In the world. The
system contemplates the Unking to
gether of all points along the western
coast of America from Bering sea to
the Straits of Magellan, and spanning
the Isles of the ocean, to link with this
chain the whole easterly ghore of
Asia, running on down to th Straits
Settlements. The contemplated sys
tem will cost in the aggregate many
millions of dollar
Found In Old Battle Ground.
While cutting turf In Corlara bog.
County Roscommon (Ireland) on the
estate of Mr. J. J Doyle, J. P., a num
ber of copper battleax heads, armor
ind military utensils were unearthed
the other day at a depth of about
thirty feet On this spot was former
ly fought a fierce battle between the
clans of the O'Rourkes of Breffnl and
a sept of the O'Connors of Roscom
mon. Siberian Land Threatened.
Extensive tracts of land In Siberia
are threatened by the encroachment
of the great Gobi desert, and a plan
has now been drawn up for a series ot
forest ramparts to hold back the salt
and drift The only effective defense,
according to the report of agrono
mists sent to survey the region is in
tree belts at least two miles broad.
It Is proposed to plant one of these
from Samara to the Caspian sea.
while others arc recommended ex
tending la Intervals of about 40 miles
right up to the Chinese frontier.
Fell Far Without Injury.
Slmone Cannot, a five-year-old girl,
fell from a fourth floor window of a
iuilding at Havre, France, the? other
lay, without sustainiet; any Injury
iave a few scratches. The child had
been left alone in a locked room, and
as she could not open. thedoorrsiaJjciii help others succeed. He Is the
5rella "arid "umMd'out,ofh'e4wIndow.
3frje was taken o. a 'hospital, but, after
careful examlnatioa t pronounced
J jnlnjured. ' ,'
MR. ED DAVIES. LATE OF KETHS FAMOUS VAUDEVILLE
COMPANY, IN SONG SPECIALTIES.
COMPLETE CHANGE OF THE LATEST MOTION PICTURES'
Matinee FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY AXD" TUESDAY, AT 2:30,
EVENING PERFORMANCE AT 7 SHARP A CONTINUOUS
SHOW. PRICES ALWAYS THE SAME.
COME EARLY AND GET XO V FAVORITE SEAT.
Saturday Nov. 2 .
Lady from La rami
One Night Only
Seats Now On Sale
JACOB SCHMID Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Week
Program changes every day
An hour of high class entertainment awaits you at this show house
Admission 5c and 10c
A Simple Harmless Remedy
Quickly Relieves Ca
The thousands who suffer the mis
eries of colds and catarrh and ci'iim
the hae never found a cure cfn ot
Instant rehef l simply anointing tne
nostrils !th Eb's Cream Balm
Unlike internal medicines wheh
u.iset the s-tomnch. or strong snuff:,
which only iggraate the trouble,
this cleansing healing, antfsept'c
Balm Instantly reaches the seat of the
trouble, stops the nusty dicbarse,
clears the nose, head and throat, and
brings hack the sens of taste, swell
and improves the hear.ng. More Uan
this, it strengthens the weakenea and
d seased tHsues. thus, protecting iou
against a return of the trouble 1bt3
remedy wi'l cure a cold in a !i and
prevent Its becoming chronic or re
sulting In catarrh.
Nasal catarrh is an lnflamma'on or
the membrane lining the air passage,
and cannot be reached bj nvxtarcs
taken into the stomach, nor can it
re cured by snuffs and powders
which only cauoe additional irrita
tion. Don't waste time on them. Get
a 50 cent bottle of Kb 's C-em Balm
from your druggifet ind after using
it Mr a day you will wish jou had
tried it sooner.
Mothers shoHld give the children
Ely's Cream Balm for colds and croup
U Is perfectly harmless, and pleasant
to take. Advertisement 354.
The chemical composition of the
synthetic sapphire Is the same as
that of the natural sapphires. The
caly difference is that the real sap
phire Is crystallzed, while the artifi
cial sapphire is fused alumina or al
umina glass. Retwcen artificial and
real sapphires there Is Just such a
difference as there is between potato
sugar and rock candy. Harper's
Preserve Your Health.
A welt person catf make a fair suc
cess: a healthy person a belter suc
cess; a wholesome person cannot only
do the blseest thlncs in life but ha
Individual who leaves a trail of sparks
after him, -wljgm you vs(t and feel re- j
freshed, whom you leave with re
newed Inspiration, Tie makes peoplo
J feel better by his presence.
The World's Famous
Fee Positively $3.00 After
LOW FEE FOR
tails-.yonr name, age and date of
birth, also of changes, bucccmos, fail
ures, marriages, divorces, travels,
love affairs, vrmr sickness and
changes for recovery, talent and.
questions that perula to the future.
Ills predictions are always correct,
and never fall to come true, as thou
sand of reofle will testify.
I accept no fe: In advance. If you
are not absolutely satisfied when I
am through, then pay me''notritrjg.,l
this 'not honest?
These who wish to take advantage
of tlrtalow fee rattst sail' at once.
I wHl tell yoa what year dfsease
or sfttmese It and whether or not
yoa oa'n lo cured. Everybody'yfeI
eome. Ntae sHftHted. Hpjlrs 'Sto
IS: p. .DHr and 9iH .'
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