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THE,BlgBJJ:EtDAiLY,REVIEWt,BIgl?Efe!,.iVRl2QNA. SATURDAY MORNING. D KCEMBKR 7, 1912
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TIE PRESIDENT LEAVES
(Continued from Pag 1 )
Our duty to the Filipino Is far from
For edueatjoual, sanitarj and poli
tical reasons, the president said, this
country should not consent to grant
Independence at this time.
Givcs Further Reasons
"&t the task we have undertaken
0s higher than that assumed bj other
nations," continued the president, 1U
accomplishment must demand even
more patience. To confer Independ
ence Uon the Filipinos! now, is there
fore, to subject the great mass, of
tfeoir people to the dominance of an
oligarchial and probably, exploiting
minority. Such a course will bo at
cruel to those people as It would fcc
shameful to us"
In addition to his advice lu regard
to legislation and his opios1tion to
pending measures, the president dis
cussed the prosperity of the natiou.
Us finaneiel coudltiou and the propos
ed system of a natioual budget bhou
lag proposed expenditure and reven
ues, and called attention to the bal
ance In the general fund of the treas
ury, of almont $170.0M.000 His re
marks on the budget shtem, he Mid.
would be submitted to congress lat
er accompanied t a model budget
NEW TURKISH AMBASSADOR.
j LONDON. Dec. 6 H D Jevad Bej.
counsellor .of the Turkish embassy
liere. has teen appointed to the same
ist at Washington. It -is understood
that It. Half Hey, counsellor of tho
cmbasy at Washington will suc
ceed Jevad Be, in London
HSJ1 0FTHEHAVY3 SHIPS
(Continued from Page 1 )
The Actor "What is poetry of mo
tion?" The Poet "The kind that's al
ways going from editor to editor"
Woman's Homo Companion.
so delicately balanced that even a
threat of war Is ery disturb. ng and
harmful while a wr with an other
great power would cause Incalculable
"To avoid war and insure peace the
country must be prepared for war.
No person of intelligence who has
studied International policies can be
blind to the fact that the possession
of great wealth, resources and popu
lation, does not carry with it Imraunt
ty from attack should the natlonViri
terests clash with those of auolher
Benefits from Canal.
The opening of the Panama canal
will iu no bense double the Ameri
can fleet, according to Secretary Mey
er. While it will increase its em.
ciency by facilitating its passage from
one coast to the other, this condi
tion has been fully considered in cal
culating the navai program. With
out the canal, says Secretary Mejer.
experts figure that the United States
would need a fleet double that of a
country whobe coast line la contin
The secretary estimates that a to
tal of 41 battleships with a propor
tional number ot other fighting 'ajjj
auuinrp ves&eiz, is lug leasi mav
would place this country on a safe
basis in Use relations with other
world powers This fleet should be
secured as soon as practicable, he
Eaid. and its strength should be
maintained by replacing obsolete ves
sels wlthiitew one sbv a unlformap
nual program. While the navy depart
ment would welcome more torpedo
: boats and submarines, the secrtary
expresses tbe belief that until more
of the old battleships are replaced It
Is wiser to build battleships than
3,000 FEET OF FILM
, reuutred in producing 'he Passion
Play Star Theater today and Sup
da v --Advertisement ,-830
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
:. THE BANK OF BISBEE
At O siiee; 'Irr inpate of Arizona, at the close of buslnesi, Novem
ber 20 1912. A'..
" t RESOURCES
Lonns and Discounts, less due from U irectors $075,11;. (
Du,e from Directors
Overdrafts . .
Vnited States Bonds ,
State. County and Municipal Uonds .'.!..
Other Jlond, Stocks. Securities., etc. . .'..S- .-vfrv.
Banking' House" .' 4,000.4
Current Expenses and Taxes' 1sld
I.egal Tender and National Dank Notes
Kxclianges for Clearing
Other Cash Items
Due from Stale and National Banks,
Apprgv ed Heserve Agents ........
Due from State and National Banks,
not Keserve Agents
Assets not included under abovo heaflsj ?lz:-
Mexican money Gold valao .XUtii.'.. ..
4e.2CT JlV '
Capital Stock paid in ; . r0,0QO.U
Undivided Profits .' 129,270.09
Individual Deposits subject to check 1.024.3B1.;
Protection for Game in the
Northern Part .of State
Is Asked for Next
IS GROWING SCARCE
After spending inoro than a month
In the Grand Cam on district hunt-
ling. big game, and after being suc-
vtrxaiui iu spue ui me suonagc, oi
bucks Inrthe deer ranges. Chairman
W. P. Uery of the Arizona corpora
lion commission,. who comes from Co
conino county,' and. who has hunted
in that section Tor a i numberor
years, has arrived at the conclusion
that a closed season on deer bhould
be made for two years, and that ace
month is long enough for an open
The northern part of the state was
at one time one of the most prolific
deer ranges in the United States. It
sectued asllf there- were'sp many-ani
mals there that It wouldbe lmppsl-
ftJle to clean them out, 'but so tom
clous did the hunters become, and so
careless were thej In killing the ant-
leied tribe that there is grave danger
according to Mr Geary that a few
more ears will see the last of them.
I am most emphatically iu favor
of c!oslng,the .season otj deer for two
years, "said--Mr. ueary yesterua, tor
not only have the hunters who
ought to know better availed them
selves of the remoteness to exceed
their rights in tbe number of those
hiueu. uui me annnais nave necu
l poached to a frightful degree. There
are some white men in that section
who have been doing this, and the
I Indians up there have been at It
"So great have been the ravages
In this sectioh-on deer that there are
very few bucks remaining, and thoe
that are they are of the scrub ami
short horn order. The great bis
antlered beasts that used to lead the
herds in that section seem to have
disappeared entlrel.v am told there
are a few in the almost Inaccessble
rcaehe of the Can) on couutr), but I
failed to Bee any on this trip.
"I noticed thlh year that there were
a large number of does and If the
deer are left alone for a couple of
years I am sure the will Increase
rapidly enough so that there will be
plenty for hunters within the bounds
of reason One advantage of n
closed season on deer for two years
would be that it would be a matter
of comparative ease to convict for
poaching The possesson of deer
meat could then be regarded as
prima facie evidence that it had been
illegally obtained It Is but a. mat
ter of recent history that elk and
antelope were put inside an embargo
i-o that they may not now be nun'
ed Unless something is done to pro
tect the deer. 1 am satisfied that a
similar condition will exist with re
gard to tbem, and similar measuis
will be necessary to protect them
from extermination. '
Demand Certificates of Deposit
Time Certificates of Deposit . .
Cashier's checks outstanding . .
Due State and National Banks .
22.049 35 lTO.TJo;
Reserve for Taxes
State of Arizona, County of Cochise, as.
I. M. J. Cunningham, Cashier of the above named bank. -uo hotoinnly
swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and
M. J. CUNNINGHAM.
" - - --,. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of December, 1912.
(SEAL.) ' T A. HUGHES. Notary Pabllc
My commission expires March 4 l'jic.
CfjIlltECT ATTEST '
M J C INNINUHAM,
Ask any good doctor
what be th.cfcs oi the
Judicium esc of pure, oM
whiskey, and he will tell
you that it is the best
sort of a tonic and in
vijjorator. But you must
choose the right kind with
tare a. poor whiskey will
do more harm than a
good whiskey can do
good. When you buy
Th PURE FOOD Whuiey
you have the guarantee
of the largat dattlUn cf
fine xchakty tn the world.
tvat it is t" e rerjr bett and
pureit t'tat money, and.
sk'il cn produce a vyaiskey
latHt'Aat'r disttlUf sad
rarelullv a zed tor the express
purpose of being used as a
healthful tlimu ant lit the
The PURE FOOD Whhkty
isrl -idled, aged and bottled
In Ixrnd under tbe duett scp
erviMon ''" S Oweruiuent
life, ton, nod the Gren
Oovernmenf Stairp tbAt eU
cwh tHe eorn- tbat the
c leo-'i re fvji traifht,
itcrf wkiVcr. proPTlr mf
liinl, nj fall U. 3. StUfI
A. STEINFELD & CO.
CHARONG GOWN OF
I f) r
This chaTmiug gown :i Of blue chif
fon velvet ccmt-lctd with ixru ia.e.
The Uc is tlxex with Dnd ot talil
ur sod tit ilrapvd In a one'-nilMj f
ft on th eklrt. While cr.ir-i t
snlrn-d around the yoke ot sheer
A compact traveling case Is a book
shaped writing pad which folds over
flatly, and Jihen xpe.ned reveals com
partments forrH thn correspondjnc
necessities. a well as a calendar and
narrow slides holding" memorandum
slips. One of these fits nicely Into a
It's not so easy to ruin him with
whom the pressure, of Christ's hand
lingers In the palm. John inglesant.
; b thought; vafcli Vr stirred 'R.
hutaan br'eat sonld"bf untold. HobV
rt Brownlns. '
From Gay to Grave.
After a gocd-looker reaches the age
at which- he ceases to be In demand
as an tuher at weddings, he falls easi
ly Into the rblif of pallbearer at fu
nerals. Philadelphia Eedger.
The only Baking Powder madBjrom
, Rcl Grape Cream oTartar
' Read the Label v "
Alum BakingPowder will not
maKe healtnjuf rood
L. J. OVERLOCK
Connecting svith Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: Pains Web- '
ber & Co Boa.ton and Calumet
Logan & Bryan, Chicago and Newt
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
tr'' " raii ijy. , ,
Coal Must be Getting Low
About this tlrao Isn't It? Bet
ter have us put you In jour sup
ply right now Then you'll have
that off onr wind any way.
Coal doesn't spoil and you havo
got to get It sooner or later.
So why not order now and thuj
be prepared for any emergency.
Oak chunks. Juniper and Oak
wood, any length, chicken feed
Bisbec Telephone 2C5
Lowell Tt'ephone 120
C js- & St
?. Jf Xrfx
e i ij
Independent Fuel & Feed Company
Ofgce Main St.
Opp. Palace Stables
For a Low Stool.
A low stool with a broad seat, most
convenient for drjing the feet, for
putting on sboes and stockings. Is giv
en a touch by one housekeeper that
makes it effective and sanitary. Ths
cushion 16 covered with a neatly fitted
slip, with square top and sides, mado
ot thick white Turkish toweling.
Quick Business Transaction.
While a flock of sheep was being
irivea along the Glasgow and Carlisle
road, near tho town of Lockerbie,
Scotland, the other day. a motor ran
into It, killing throe The motorist at
ince drew up, inquired as to tho cost
3f tne sheep, paid for them, bade the
thepherd "Good day," and went on his
way, the whole affair being tho work
3f a few minutes.
Harassed Pr'soner "Pray, great
chief, why do you keep your servant
tied up so long?" Cannibal King
"A thousand pardons, dear mission
ary, but we are waiting for the con
signment of paper bags from Sidney."
Nature True Comforter.
Nature knows best how to comfort
the heart of th mourner Her sooth
ing Is the best because she deals in
hints and suggestions, not In conven
tional phrases and her ministrations
make for sanitv and renew ea vigor.
The Christian Register
Daniel in Second Place.
Little Willie's grandmother had
been telling him Bihle stones bis
favorite being that ot Daniel in the
Uons' den At the age of four ho was
faken to a circus for the first time
When the Hon tamer pet his head irte
he lion' month llttlo Willie's excite
uent knew no bounds. Jumping up
and down, he gleefully screamed:
Oh. my! That knocks the spots off
Wlllesden Magistrate (to a woman
who complained that her hushsnd
would not work): "You cannot make
a man work If he is determined not to
do so. There are so many wives will
ing to work In these days to keep their
husbands that the wives who will not
do so are apt to become unpopular."
Earliest Record of Coal In America.
The earliest n-cord of coal In Amer- j
ca Is by Father Hennepin, in his '
'New Discovery of a Vast Country in
America," published In London, 1698.
A "cole-mine" had been discovered
an tho Illinois river near the present i
:ity of Ottawa. The first coal work
ing was in the Richmond (Va.) coal
fields about 1750.
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Glass Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon DaUy HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
Thern Is something finer than to
do right against inclination, and that '
Is to have an Inclination to do right ,
There Is something nobler than re-,
luctant obedience, and that is jo.fui
obedience. Tho rank cf vlrtce la cot
measured by It3 disagreeablencss. out
by Its sweetness to the heart that
loves It. The real test cf character
is ioy. For what you rejoice in. that
you love And what you love, that
you are liko. Henry van Dyke.
Accentuating Plant Characters.
It has (been found that under red
light (light through red glass) plants
become more robust than in any oth I
or. They also become more pro-j
nounced In their chief characters the I
ahades of green become mora pro
nounced. the sentitivo plant more
sensitive and all in every way btconu
List Your Property
For Quick Sales With -;
Hogan and Seed
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Phone 10. Main Strcc
Be Careful in Speech.
If In our speech we wou'.J need
consider how our words w :A affect
those to whom they aro spoken if wo
would try to hear them with their ears
and consider how they accept iu their
hearts, there would not he much pas
sionate or unadvised speech: certain
ly there would bo few spirits wounded
or Iive3 embittered by the words of
our lips. W G. Horder.
New House Right
T,se our cement for foundation
work and your home will stand
the test of time. We can fur
nish anj thing in the lumber
line from a shingle up. and re
member if it comes from this
yard ou get the best
Life In Chicago.
One of the many romances of real
life which are stranger than fiction is
furnished by the career of the Chicago
street-cleaning employe who made mil
lions In speculation and In mining in
vestments, married a duchess and
died by suicide without a dollar.
New York World.
Eight Vho Deserve Slaps.
Right men who deserve to bo
tapped or tbe face: He who !-jnse3
i maa of power, ho who entnrs a
houso unlnv'tod and onwelcomd ho
who gives orders In a house lot ht3
awn: he who takes a seat above hi3
position, he who speaks to one who
does not lttn to him; bo who in
trudes on tbe conversation of 'lnrs
he who seeks favors from thi unge
erous; and he who expects lo- irora
his enemies. From a .Persian Sajmg.
Bisbec Lumber Company, Inc. I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIt VEALERS IN OREGON AND 1
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD 8H.GLES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS J
HARDWARE, DOORS AND CASHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING I
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY. 1
TELEPHONE L-125 EMIL fAARKS, Manager. I
Try This on Grease Spats.
For very bad grease spots on the
front of a cotton dress sprinkle plenti
fully with finely prepared starch and
cover It with brown paper Iron it
with a hot iron for a few minutes, then
Wash ft in thn lianal woi, In .nnn
I ?oapsuds; no traee of the groaso re-
U-. II. ' ! I
n"" -rpfir7L' "'iH tJMJfl
a .1111111 sS3aBjf ,
Money In Buttsr1! Farm.
An Englishman operating a butter
fly farm is said to sell to museum and
collectors upward of 50.000 specimens
yearly. lie obtains as high as ?0
for exceptionally fine 'ones, and his
net. income is said to be fully J 2,500.
Increased Comfort for Hog.
A hog's habit of scratching luslf
against a post has led to the Invention
of an automatic, dislnUcior for ani
mals, which are sprayed with a fluid
as they rub against a supporting col
umn. Pay for Privilege cf Hunting.
Tlffrnt fierman states have differ
ent rates for persona who want to
hunt. In PrJsla, for instance. Gr
man .oav about' S5-R0 a year tor tho
VfWFege ami foreigners pay four
lmes inai amvuui- - -
n.iir. hunfar nav about J" 50 a year
' and foreigners pay twlco that amount.
I Arkansas' Diamond Mine.
Arkansas bax the only diamond
rains In th-i world, outside of Africa,
in Pike county.
To Wipe Out Fmger Harks.
Hub the finger, marks on dears
with a piece of clean Jktnael dipped
In keroMne oil, afCerwards. wipe wkh
a cloth wmwr; oat of hot water to:
take the smll away. Thfci is bolter (
than UBlng soap and watr, as it does
not destroy the paint.
Pal ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Bowen & Hubbard. Proorletors
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Blsbee 23 LowelJ 7
One Mistake He Mads.
. - w. run c ., .cj MV.I-UC.U-
igd' "Yes; he's a smart boy Only hal
made a mistake once He said, 'Fa-;
ther. now is th' time to fail, so we j
failed, a (Mi made good money from it
Only if we had waited till th' next
eek wa would have burned out!"
Cleveland Plain Dcator. l
llusical Director Orpheum
Violin and Piano
Studio - - Lockie House
l'7 School Uui Telepho'nVT
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD GO.
'Ja ra Lv Clifton ar. 4.03 p. m
S 10 a ta. Lv Guthrie Lv 2 30 p. m
0 o a m. Lv Duncan Lv 2:3C p. m.
Ii' 2 a m Lv Ix)rds'.ursLvl.33p m.
11 30 a m. Ar Hachita Lv 12.10 p. m.
South bound train connects with.
Southern Pacific west bound train
No 1 leaving, Lordsburg 10:07 a. m..
South bound train connects with El
Paso & Southwestern east bound
train for El Paso, leaving Hachita at
11:59 a m.. Mountain Time, and
with woet bound train for Dougiaa
and liisbee, leaving H.ichlta at 11:50
a. m . Mountain Time.
It K. MI.VSON,
Cliiton, Ari. XJeneral Passsngcr Agent
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBERT IIENESSY. rrop.
Phone IS. Op. Depot Ambulant
Pigeon iPeteended Chimney.
' Whort. a? resident Ik the LondW
road, Jleadtns, .Ifeglandl came don
stairs recently, he fouad perched ot
the top bar of the. grate in the draw
ins-room a pigeon whlah had com
dawn the chhnny. it bad brought
with' it a consMeraMe finentlty of soot j
When tho occupier opened , the win
dows tho pigeon made Its escape.
F 171 is mi
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