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iPHOENIX BUSY WITH
Tho 'Arizona Republican lias turned
n remark of Dr. "James Douglas, In r.
letter to the Tucson chamber of com
tncrce Into a boost fdf Phoenix. The
capital city has Ion:; looked yritifl.op
to thecday when tho Bl Paso & South.
western would como steaming Into the
?alt'Rher valley, as It recently did
Into Tucson, on, the banks of the
Santa Cruz and even tie ra
mostst reirark of the officials of this
road, are quickly seized and infer.
rreteo'tc- mean that the "day o' jub.
lleo" wlien Phoenix will bo put in
direct touch with Biabee Is very rear
at hand. Tho following from the Re
publican Is warrant for the foregoing
"In a late communication frum Dr.
.largos Douglas, replying to a measago
of congratulation Ty the Tucaon cham
ber of commerce ton. the opening of
tho El Paso fc Southwestern railroad
to Tucson, there is this significant
"I think that Tucson may look ior-
..t.. fci, , ijjm-
ward to a very bright future as beinj, ,
tho nearat comraerahtl ccntf-r to what 1
I believe will proe to be a great
water highway the Gulf ot Califor
nia." "Those who have been watchiofe
the court of owMls during tb con-1
ttruct'on of he rtad frB SI -Iflfc
gained the impression that tie eat
rrn terminus would be Port I-ebos
on tba Gulf of California. A railroad
to that point hd bcen Projected br
the Development oempany of Ameri
ca and negotiations were In progress
fih the Diaz goornmnt. for con
cessions. At that timo the HI Paw
and Southwestern hod r.ot been cou-
reeled by rumor with the onterprisc
but about the time the E. P. and .
W. readied Douglas It war. reported
t. ttnlirsLindinc had been
reached between tlmt nM awl the
orislwl projectors. I
-Balldlng to Tucson was In tho df-
rectlon ot Port Lobos and further
ware made in that uirecwou-
There wera alM aureys to Globe and
there was a natural surmise that the"
sole object of the construction, wa
to connect the extonshe mtnlng prop
ortles of Phelps Dodgo & Co with tWe
ter. But against that aurmtee was
ike expensive efcaraoter ot tbe oe
MrucUon as would hardly teve bear,
undertaken Tor a mere mining rail
road. It is alto raweurtwtfed that in an
address at Douates threa yoara ao
lwt spring. Dr. Douglas predicted taut
'some time that herder tew wW w
bought Into close ratatKm with tho
granary asd storehouae of Arizosa,
mp Salt RIor valley.
oWc for Umx. carrying out of t&eir
riana when they are fully matured,
so that we have reason to bojlcve that
they will not only furnish Phoenix
with a through Hn to the coast hut
that thoy will alao gKo as a conncc
(ton with a gulf port which wlH be.
o-mo au important one whea th Wtl
jniH eaaal Is opened."
MORTALITY AMONG SENATORS
From time to tftae the press dls
pawhea announce tho death of a mem-
fcr oLJJks United sonaie. i
l,.,.i tm o..ii-!-i.-iierwu iwi'
ial ipw -- . j ,-
'. .. IB. . w&K.'nf
sl5fis to ctinattwr ipe, .t-i"
thnse occurrences, wncn jnc?
cammed up ttay'are IHtle rtorl ot
appalllBg. The Baltimore American
hss compiled statistics on the subject
pnd annouacos that the ji8Us awJ
at tfee'Postofflce at Dlsbeo, Arisona,
of Senator Itajnor of Maryland runs
the dtalth ltat up to thirty-four dur
ing tho past twelve yearn, which
shows -that mor than onet-hird ot
ihe total membership of the upper
branch of congress has passed away.
"These fgures do not Include the mem.
bore who died after retiring from the
reuato, but only the men who suc
cumbed while is harnoB. The pre
cnt membership of the senate is nine
I j -sis.
The dials tat includes some of the
fclronges't characters and most pronfin
cnt statesmen of the present genera
tion. Senator Itajner's death is the
filth, counting Vioe President Sher
man, among the members of the up
per chamber in the lat eight months
:-.nd during tlie present session of con
gress. Senator Robert L. Taylor, ot
lenaessqe, died last spring after a
term of four "years; Senator George S.
Nlion of Nevkd, who was oleeted iu
IKS, was stricken down last summer,
ami only a month ago Senator William
IJ. Heybara of Idaho, who had serrod
since 13, passed away after a few
moaias ot Hiae&s.
The fatality among Maryland mem
bers has also been striking. Senatot
lUyner Is the third 5Iaryanier to dfc
Is harnee daring tho last five years.
Senator Arthur Pue- Gonaan and Sen
ator vmitam PlBdreey White, bath
spasur ltnsswreii "4m
chamber with hiw, yl-aWed to the fear
ful strain and ardness labors whieh
ara now a part ef the life ot a seaa
In the last dozoa years such power
fHl figures as Marcwi .A. Hanaa ot
Ohio, John W. DnlI ot Virrtota. Rl
field Proctor of Vermont, Stepien 15
BMsins of West Virgiala, WIIHms P.
Prye of Maine, John T. Morgan and
lMmund W. Pettus of Alabama
Georse F. Hoar of Mam6achaBtt. (
Cwnman IO Davk, of Mteea, MM
s,an ' of P""1,jIrtBla
and J. P. DolHvor of Iowa. tae dte
- "e -. , ...v . .
tweHe years are as fekwt t
cbronalogical order of their deaths.
Jon H. flear ot Iowa.
Cuabman K. Datis ot Minnesota
J. H. Pyle of South Dakota.
WllHam J StewoJl of New Jeraey.
Janves McMillan of MIchigaB.
Marcus A. Haana ef Ohio.
Matthw Stanley Quay oV Pennsyl--3Bki.
Heerge F- Hear of Massachusetts.
WllHam B. Bate of TanHoocoa.
Orrtlfe IL Piatt ot CoaaeettcaL
John H. Mitctiell of Oregon.
Arthur Pua Gerataa of Maryland.
Rueaan A. Alr ef MteWgan.
.Tofcfi T. Morgan of AWtaiaa.
Sfciid 1. Pettus of Alabama.
S. 1L Mallory of FlorWa.
A. C IJtiraer or South CaraJtea.
Itedtlokl Proctor of Vermoat.
AVUliam James P.ryan at Florida.
William B. Allison ot Iowa.
Martta N. Johson of North Dakota,
A. J. McLaurfa a( Mfaaisalppi.
S. D. MfiEenery ot LouisIoBa.
John W. Daniel of Virginia.
Johnaiban J. Dolllver of Iowa.
A. 8. Clay of Georgia.
Stephen B. Elklns of West Virginia.
C. J. Hughoa. Jr. of Colorado.
WUHajn' PFryeof Ulalne,.- v
gtdbm IArajO,(f?of Tonncifsec.''
GtoTge S. NKan of Nevad,-vr
'"Wllllata B. Heyburn of Tdalio.
7Wor Raycr of Maryland.
Xhu AniBricaa ifiutns Cojsress,
A Washington dispatch say
11 r yru. and probably Is one, bu
wk.cn nas seen In seescon in Snosaue. .
will do the American people a sub-'
suntial senlce it It carries to com-!
Mellon its plans ror protecting tho
investor In mining stock. It lias taken
the first step In this directkm by ap-
I.olnting a 'committee to study the
subject and prepare a model law
Which will, it may be prehied, be
offered to the states for adoption.
No law will ever make investments
in new mining ventures safe The
I'sks and uncertainties of the business
re so many that it must reoutia. large-
'. nip.Ia-HH Utj-pjUi po-
moic 10 ihh a cnecK upon ewtt-c.BMet-las
exploHatioa of properties known j
by the promoters to be worthless, sayv
tltc St Louis Republic. There ough'
also to te sotno way to keep pronto
lers of propertI8 which may really be
aluable from the monetroos exagger
ations they vie iu sellhig slack to
trusting inveators, at least so far a
their printed advertising is coacented.
Tiiere should alao be some ckeek upon
the enormous comsuiseions which are
paW to agents tho sell stock. A sys
tem of Itcaiwtag stock saleantaa hws
een suggaatad as z method ot keep
ing a hand upon that branch ot t
buelnesa and aaaurtnc tMa puhMe, at
leant la son- iegrea, that tfcay nr
ivot dtsaling with conManeu man wbec
thoy buy mining stock.
riNANCING THE FARMER.
Tke fifth annual ronfarence of gov
urnors, held tbhv ear at Rtchmond
Va., was advertised ehMiy on acesant
of the incewatary uttanutce of SMtft
Carolina's ehif oieeutire. THanse Is a
jsung man with a head full of aching
olda and a mouth that spanks foolWh
noss root of ttte tlnta.
But thare were scnalMe men in that.
conference, and thoy sat In motion a
measure that la destined to b ra
membered loasr aftor Bloaas la fer
rotteu. One or the greatest drawbacks to
Ue aevelopnlont of agrloaHutwe la the
nation is th difficulty of saeuring
rural credits. National banks are per
mitted to take farm mortgages, or
other Kinds of mortgages, for that mat
ter, State banks have not looked on
fh mortgages with favor because of
die long time thar must run and the
low rates of Interest If the farmer
Ig to 'meet hfs obligations.
Tho conference of governors has
J devised a plan whereby it Is expected
to bring in more money for tbe tarn;
or and ohcopcr money than he hat,
licen4 ablo,to"securo"ln the pastlt'i
pcdP.Inausurato a new sys-
tcmof state -oanks under tmlforre
,I3ws. They will bo financed by pri-
vale capital and will operate under
!.ivs miniclentlv cklstlc to
them to Issue bonds for short cr long
NO, HARD 4Y THIS
s W. J. Brjan hs an option on n suite of offices there.
t tiie cartoonist would hove his Joke.
terms upon American farms in lieu
It Is then planued to list the bonds
umSeT slate upon!sion, on tbj mar-
fcats of the world. Mjron T Herrick.
nmfcagsador to France, addressed the '
confereneo as the representative ot-
President Tait and said that if sue" !
neltame were put Into effect, the
thrifty people of Franco and other
countries of Europe would buy then
readily at low rates of Interest
Also it would enable thousands ct
Americans to invott their savings it:
iufh securities at a rate, just little
higher than Is now paid for United
States bonds The formality ot having
mortgages drawn and recorded, and
tbe greater difficulty of hain? lands
properly appraised would be obviated
for the purchasers of such bonds by
the Joint action ot tho banks and the
Mates, acting under well concerted
laws in order to sTOtect the bond j
holder from lose.
Such a 3 atom weuld br-ng to the
tarme hundreds of thousands of peo-
i lie now deterred from undertaking
.'SricultHral pursuits on account ot
the dMBeulty pt scouring necessary
I uancae for carrying o the compli
cated buatneas of operating a success
Tbe poultr and 'net animal show
wMeh wilt be heU in Wbce next
weak promisea to he a most Interest
ing event It is stated that five hun
dred birds ara ojcp&:ted to be on ex.
htbKloa. Thte wHlio the second an
nual exhibit ef tb Corkla County
Peltiy and Pet Animal association.
th first one a yearSgo having been a
sitccesafnl one. H ie expected that
chickens, turkeys. dtes. phwons, etc
Will ba brought to Wskoe from eery
sefltton ot the counly next week for
extrtWtioB at the jiullrv show. Tbe
poultry indiwirv is ee whieh hag no:
received the atientle in this seetiou
ot the state which JU mpgnltuda and
posaibHlt.ee would seem to warrant
when, tto vast amortul of dressed ioul
iry and eggs that are shipped In from
Kansas and other stales is considered
Jf local poultrymon coufet supply the
local demand it would be the means
of keeping vast sums of money at
The press boys bad a choice lot of
Iilgtr Jteks for tho Gridiron banquet
Jn Washington City last Saturday
night President TafL Colonel Roose-
volt and Woodrow Wilson all bein? "Nobody Is happy at ashington
ju-ominent oSarocUrs. In P0Itr8yinBL'V,fcwmor davs andiranks alreads-
notWitfn. Tbe Washington press
club's annua! meeting which conies,
soon after tho convening of congress
in December has become a national In-
cidint which attracts wjdc attention
and It ialwnys worth rcarifriFabout
Says Prescotc Courrer. -rae Ar
zona Republican, which turned bull
iKoose from republican, like a tadpole
turns Jo a frog, is now furnishing the
republican press ot the state with
l'pe dream dope about troubles In the
ranks of the democratic party of this
state, all of which makes reading mat
tcr for people who doto on political
Only two more weeks until the an
rival of Santa Claus. Let us all use
our Influence with the venerable San.
L-i to have him feature his ilsit this
j ear by unusual liberality towards
the poorer children. The Good Fellows
can accomplish much in this direction
and what a satisfaction such work
(Record Herald )
A freshman in the Cornell Unit or
Jity college of agriculture, I'l yean
old, has completed his lifth month of
spending to cei.u a week for rood
Ho was hcilit and strong when he
Lcgan the oxporiuient. and in tho
month of October he gained three ana
two-thirds pounds tn weight, though
in ono week his food cost only 23
cents. lie uses peanut butter Instead
cf butter from cow's milk, and has
given up eggs as too exponsUe. Now
his diet consists of skimmed milk at
cents a quart, buttermilk at 3 cents,
a quart, stale bread at 3 cents a loaf.
p)jnut butter at 15c a pound, raisins.
lentils, raw cabbage, onions, peppery
lice, oatmeal and apples, tho ms:
named being obtained free from the
Thoigh this- young man had no J
knowledge ot food aluc, he selected '
Instinctively t-ubstances that nourish
Miss Martha Van Rensselaer, profes
ror ot nome economls at the univer
sity, says that "his food is just as
i.ourishing as the meats which rich
men eat " It may be granted that the
sttdent is entitled to creait for try
ing to get an education with ljttlo
money, but his example is not sal ;
fcr every one to follow. Many of Ui.
oat too much, but insufficient loou
for a long period is debilitating anf
a cause for diseases-. Berj thing de
pends on the individual in a determi
nation of how much should be eaten
fo rthe steady maintenance of health
THE LAST SESSION.
(SL Louis Kepubllc )
The last session of the Sixty-second
congress meets under dismal aus
pices, according to a sympathetic cor
respondent The breezes or merriment
that onto swept across the greet.ngs
of the Old Guard are supplanted by
low and gentle dirges. Gone Isr the
, swaggering assurance, the bo storoas
ton is housed in gleom. The few sur
v Ivors tiptoe sottly along ways tney
formerly tramped with the tread 01
pride and certain possession.
Ithln VillifuHhcr v Ve rdcp!(ttfd ' Orf
J g nU ??
ytars will droop to a disconsolate
angle and humbly flicker out For Dal
zcll the paths of glory lead Inevitably
to Pittsburg. Sereno Payne, the per
tonlfication or party solidarity, will
rtill linger, but only like a deserted
pagoda-dookiug out upon an uafamil-
J lar sea. j
rhn tuiT!,(Mif ilvnaltv haw immiIIb
at Washington way auteeroUc awl
rulhlenB-in the dafs ot its power.
Still there is no disposition to rejoloo
unsceml) at its passing The corres
Iiondcnt who sas -nobody Is happy
ni Washington but the democrats" w
-1 soliciting your business it does not
necessarily mean that all wc want is your
money but it also means that we will be
pleaseJ to lend you money, on the proper security,
of course. But the man that has a bank account is
entitled to more credit than one who doesn't carry a
bank account. A good bank can help the ordinary
man in many ways. May we help you?
4 per cent on
Miners and Merchants Bank
The Conservative Bank
Some weeks he saves and deposi LESS than others
BUT ALWAYS SAVES sometnihg and always has
money at his command.
Why not follow this plan of saving steadily? A
savings Account with this bank will help you.
4 Interest will be added to your savings.
Citizens Bank and
O. W. Wolf.
F Tli'lV "T'TI T.ilT "M"T" "
When you find yourself in possession of
lump sums of money that you have no im
mediate use for, even if it is a small amount
we suggest that you deposit with us on a cer
tificate of deposit . ' ;
We invite your regula r savings
and general Banking Business.
Bisbee, Arizona The olde t and largest bank In south
JW-3SI HT K
and all during the cold Fall and Winter
months his house is kept warm and
cozy for his -wife and babies.
A Perfection Oil Heater is almost indiVpeni-
.S'e wert there are children in the home. Every
home has uses for it.
Aff tmth nickl trimming: plain attml or mnamUJ, t vrevoi
tu Jrumt. Omammnloi. Irfxptruiem. .( for yimr.
Emuly mecrd from roam to nm. At Jtatmrt .wrTuAira.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
4St MnUt Strxt
iafIfciUu8. The uadenlabls kut rei
oroua truth le tha no'JOdy Is sorrow
ful at Washington or anywhere eiso
except the republleans.
ENTRIES IN POULTRY SHOW
close Sat See Hall at Downs' Bar-
bor shop. Advertisement 391.
C A. McDonald, Cashier,
of Deposit Plan
Daddy doesn't go out
to hunt for rabbit skins
to keep the baby warm.
He is less romantic,
but more practical.
He buys a