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led. Pat out with the roller or hand,
brush over with milto and bake about
fifteen minutes In a hot own 'A
little more shortening and rugar may
be, added to this ana all sorts of win
ter shortcakes can be made,
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under Act of March i. 1872. '
CHARACTER AS THE
bAsis OF CREDIT.
When llr. J. Pierpont Morgan told
the Pujj committee that character is
the basis of 'credit in Wall StreeL ho
over-stated the case. Bat he threw
into the Held of public discussion a
tremendous fdoa. I
It Is not true in any financial centc
that men who live blameless lives can
SENATOR BAILEY'S -
LAST PUBLIC WORD.
Senator Joe Bailey, one of the ablest
men who ever sat in the United States
senate delivered his valedictory yes
terday In that body, tho speech con-
jsuraiug four hours, according to re
ports. Bailey, once the Idol of Texas,
'.UI now retirefrom public life. Hi
retirement may bo attributed to hU
i refusal to endorse or espouse the rad-
' lilltnrv nvuHr Itwlficlrtfit (rmmitlnn
J -'-' - ., l..
CaPIUlUZeU. I tthn Ktnl,. frwl nni! l.jiH In lMv
borrow .money on their reputation
Cnl.4ll... 1.. ... I..1 . I
TTW " , a " "rt""-ricaHBm in his state which sought to
Nevertheless, there is a ucusc in
vi ltlcb character can be
Passive virtue canuot be turned into' a1cdIctor Scnator nalIey assan0li' ,
credit. But active Mrtue may be. Jl cinct legislation: ihe inltiaUvo and
man' who is known to have ability to ,c.rereIldum as bemg calculated to
proauce . soous can outm uorrovs , lk,strB). ms rcpuWlC and piace in
its stead a pure democracy which
would mean the doing away of all
.t.f.n. Atha. DAMtriif fYla n.na I .-. '
t. .IMVt.k UlUCI DVKU.JU' ...G iUVMCJ f
Suy the tools t,o do It. A man with
nothing but the known capacity for
creative enterprise wi sometimes gut
millions to finance his projects.
Mr." Morgan vas wrong in saying or
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MmiiiMjr j-r . d1--fi s - ..-.- , - . ..... w.(w. u Hfd
IffittflP 'mIEw H: "" "' .CoiwA!0' mcc? Respect twTw . ,
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t i i itm
Why rasp at the stores when'c
sometlnes the bet and slmpleati
things are near at hand This Is very
true in mastering things in the cul.
Inary art. Why bo anxious to maHy
Muffles, until you can maka a per-
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toast? WHiy Insist upon learains
how to maKe puff lwstry until a sim
ple, plain, flaky pastry is easily ana
,i!l.LIi- marla II 111 lint the UnUSUal
things in cooking, which give us tho
reputation for b-InK cooks, but ooins
the everyday, three-times-a-day m-als.
well. Another erroneous idea wntcn
exists among many people, is that tho
socalted wealthy families live all me
time on truffles, plmked steans, and
mm hlrils This Is not true here in
t.r.r nwn cltv. but the ydo'ant rood
food, aood servlee, and the stmpio
flifn werfectlv nrenared This is truo
art, an there Is no other hlghei than
tliis. , ,
Note All measurement! level.
fieur sifted before measuring; T U-
blespeor.; tsp teusi)oon; C cup.
Material Pastry fl(,ur- auart:
salt, 1 tsp.; baking powder, C tsp.;
lutter and crisco, 1 t. of i each: sveet
miik or cream.
Utensils Flour bUter. teasi-ooii
KfaLfrlalg I'aslrv flour. 1 rf liui-
I ter ami crisco 1-1 c; Ice water, 14-.
Utensils Meakurlng cup tRgpoon.(
flour sifter, rilling pin, ptry board
aij'l knlf ev c'r Bpatiili.' '"'
Wrectiort Start with everything
cold, flour, fat and bowl. Sift tho
flour again with nil the dry ingred
ients Into the bowl Add the shorten
ing and cut well into the flour. Add the
water gradually and mhip? with thd
knife as little as possible. Only uso
sufficient water to handleaiul aa ltU.i
flour, as possible when foiling. Cover
unci let stand beveral hours beforo
using. This pastry should be light
crispy and flaky Thp principle of
Pflbtry K combination of th proper
materials, Incorporation of cold air,
and the expansion of the same in a
SUCCEEDS SENATOR, SAUNDERS
NASHVILLE. Tenn., Jan. 3. The
Tonnesbee legislature which Is about
to assemblo will be called upon to
elect two United States senators, ono
tor a short term and the other for a
full term of six years. The short
term senator, who will serve only
until March 4, will be a man named
oil of compliment, but the flllirg of
th long term office will be the oc
,i st ! T!. vnirntal
..,. -- . rne nil ni a SHU I1K"U 1C "hum
choppine knirc. wwMPwn. dw.. i-. - - -Mro majority ln
muring cup and cutte i and confpqnnlly
Dirccllens -Silt Hie r our wun ine . m of thc senators. At
call and baking povrder into the bowu ernor Ben.on Mc
Add the shortening and cut it Into the ;r b0 tne ,e.ldmB can.
Hour with a chopping knife, or ; If Millan appears
t..n.ir - .n it ran u muucu,"""""- - - - . ..
Llniivis ai c .w -
protection of a minority against a ti,at 0 s yet joyal to the cause of
majority, of the weak against tho. tlie resolution which he started aud
that when spring grass and warm
veather returns there will b another
rally of tho revoltosos which will ex
ceed that or last year.
There Is a growing belief, however.
la Mexico that Orozco has transferred
strong and powerful. .
It was when tho 'Texas' scnator
implying that asthings stand ln Wall reachcd that part of his spcech whIcJl
street men get capital mainly on thejdea,t w,th wi,-Isra Katadolph Hearst
creditor pergonal character. He would that Senator AsUurst, 0f Arizona, un
havo been right if he had said that (,erlook to defen, Mr Hearst and hU
all.the wholesome tendencies of mod-.melhods of Journalism. This attcmptl.i.n mt shored from the revolution
en commercial evolution are running chcKed by Baey wfao morsntA saf& foreIen
in that direction. There are unwholo- Aghurst tha e y rep)y out8Ue I ,g cnoyIng a th(j lBMrlM
some tendencies-in Wall street and f tho scnate chamber Later Ashurstt hi8 n,.goUe Kaln8 wUi w for
nir...i.Ain tViof iin In tht nnnnalit' ...... .-.. f
.wv-ire....-. r. l00K tne. noor ,n nls own ueuau ana,or tuat lle Ua8 wado teVms -wit!
direction, says the Examiner.
In splto of his over-statement, Mr.
Morgan has performed an imiiortant
public service ln calling attention to
the fact that the true and logical basis
of modern business is not physical as
sets, but mental or moral assets. No
body can understand the phenomena
of the world-wide organization of mod
ern finance who does not understand
that, in theory at least, the tools go
to those who can use them.
In the long ages before the rise ot
the sensitive structure of modern fin
ance it was everywhere true that men
had social power only in proportion to
the bulk of their tangible possessions.
it was only In tho nineteenth century
that it began to.be true that a man's
ixiwer dependsnot upon what he has,
but upon whafche can do.
The new"1 empire of business with
Its centers.-ot control Jn tho banks
&nd bourses of the world Is neter
for a moment at rest. Its laws cannot
1 understood by statisticians. It Is
nTr.nt.ini. forward, like the
planets in -space. It is forever chang
ing its material forms and substance
like a spiritual creation. Its taws
.mi i.iwk. It Is Intent, not
upon the past or the present, but upon
th$ future. It 11 cs upon expectancy
ihe prevision' of things not yet accom-
ruled In a word by
in defending direct legislation paid a
tribute to Hearst
Ashurstt has long Idolized Hearst.
the millionaire newspaper publisher.!
when he was a much younger man, on
an occasion when Hearst was visit
ing northern Arizona, Ashurst intro
duced him to on audience, "as thc
greatest man who ever lived since
Christ walked on the sea of Galileo
nnd suffered in Gcthsamane. It
would seem that Ashurst has lost none
ot his auiulration for the New York
Journalist and ln defending him he
alone saw fit to controvert jwhat Sen
ator Bailey had said, which was 3
most withering denunciation.
What Bailey had to say about di
rect legislature will be accepted by a
Sreat majority who have had the op
ortunity and inclination to study
Hit- results of government since the
world began. Pure democracies havo
been frequently tried and passed into
u'Htor' as a failure. It is no mort
likely to succeed in this age than in
lormer ones. The people, as a whole,
President Madero and will sooner or
luier afrpe-ir In some position of an-
ttorlty jr.der the constitutional gov
ernment which he assailed when he
was denied tho right to dictate Its
course and have free access to its
Orozco was rospochible for iral
z!sg tho bubinees Industrie:-, ot a
ir.rge area in Northern Mexico and
destroying the. peace of tlwt section
He and his followers showed no re
gard for the rights of anyone not able
to defend themselves against theni;
tribute was leviod on every hand, re-
tr'ardlees of whether the victims wer
rich or poor. Hanks were looted, est
lie stolon, ranches stripped of every
thing of value, homes were invaded
ana defenboless women wre violated
In the name ot Orozeo and bis revo
It will be Jn-t as well for Mexico If
Orozco Is never heard of again, but
we fear that he may oom back for
more loot which he has Ueoo alrowea
to gather with littlo opeosition.
m greatest proportion to the freight ucltevo that Ilia tas payers of Ari-
traffic, which le alttayj greater in "sona would have some objection to
October than In anyetkr month ot tho state building any railroad lines
In bat usually all fat Is beter cut
into flour. Add eradualij just enough
milk to make the dough easily hand-
strong opnosltlon and the result ot
tl;p contest cannot do lureiuiu n.
any large degree of certainty.
for (ho Southern Pacific on tho Ari
sona Eastern and that is what thU
pruposUlon would amount to ln thd
end, if it was over pu( through
VICIOUS SYSTEM. ,
Organization by seniority is stand-
pat ism both la principle and practice.! Judgo Sutter has su?tnJed Uie lav,
By seniority Aldrich became cbalrraan passed by the last legislature provld-
of the senate's finance committee. By Ins for redlstricUng tho various coun-
seniority Hale and Lodge and Gallln ' ties of tliestatp for Judicial purposes.
Ger and Pjenrose were giren important This decision was the result of the, e?-
committee appofetiHents and the Aid- fort ot a number of precluct officials
rich machine built u;l and maintained to have the law annulled by appl
Voang or. new members coming into ing for an injunction restraining tlu
tno senate quickly realize that they members of the board of 8UlervIsors
could only reach places ot power by from obeying Its mandates. No oth
markiag time, doing the controlling er suit was brought ln any other
clique's bidding, playing tho same county, as it had been seneralb
according to the rules. Now and then agreed that the case here should bo
on rebelled. Mostly. tey fell iato a test of the law. Tho case will bo
line and became, not senators, but ap- appealed to the supreme court of the
Do You Fay Your Debts?
"oTcourse vou do. But are vou paving tne debt
vou owe yourself? Have you ever stopped to think
that you should be saving a certain percent of your
regular income? " !i
Deposit it in our Savings Department to draw
4 PER CENT COMPOUND INTEREST.
In return we offer you safetv, courtesy, promptness
and excellent banking service.
prentices to the Aldricb senate ma-
Seniority jnado Joseph G. Cawton
atate, but in the meantime the rediw
trictlng work of tho boards of super
visors will stand and under tho law
sjieaker of the hovee. It mado Payne all the old precinct officers will lose
cbairm&R of the ways a&d means com-' their positions, at least temporarily,
raltteo and Tawney chairman of appro-. w uo do not receive appointments un
prtations. It isarfe 6 rat lieutenants ot iler the new law.
Watson, Dalzell, MoKIntoy, Mann. In
skert, H created tbe Cannon Cabal. In, to
tha oad It wrecked Ihc repabHcan .EDITORIAL COMMENT
party. " ..oi.s'e0
Preferment by Mftierky wttl wreck! LATEST FEMININE INNOVATION.
the democratic M(jr or aijy other' (Baltimore Star)
party that slavishly forto3 it. if
there are deiocit,;lthr fat senate
cannot direct governmec and attorn.! :
to Its doUIlB. Every undertaking' OCTOBER RAILWAY TRAFFIC
t.hore more than one Is interested In EXCEEDS ALL RECORDS,
the endeavor must have a head in! The recepU and tbo expend of ta
nhich authority Is placed; it is so In'Btea raUwaya for the Booth of Oc
business affairs. In society.-in church, tobsr. 1912, are greater than lor any
itM. on- ami must nneisan!r wetr montn m tar msrory. -ei op-
cr l;otre, who do sr.t votoa tit party
sentimaat of the ttmtm and who wowtd
be at odde with th tfrfrtt af th ad
mlnietrattoR their premottea wotrid
te a popalar aNroat and a party ml
fortuae. Othr thinac Vhsiwg aqaal, ssh-
Iteftty is ontitlo Ut ratetwve. BV.
there te no raHd ctaim for coramami
Dlxshed. It If
Such, at alloVonU. I the-concep-tlon
of the modern order ot business
thit lies if tne minds of those who
We it as it means, to be, as it actually
tends to become, and some day will
Mr. Morgan' Inspiring sermon on
ths capitalization of character Is not
wholly true as a description of the
existing factsBut it to good prophecy.
Tbo business' world is only half mo
bilized. It is only halt modern. It U
clogged by-andent snags of privilege
eft nwnoVqty-jBecause oMhcw uwsm
fAwsftSaason. f w-
H:Vhen busihwaibtcortcs tkoroughlf
tat men' wfUave credit at thrflA
IntproporUon to their capacity for use-
. in V
i.e so ln government.
'Senator Bailey has the reputation
of being ono of the great constitu.
crating revenue, which. Is the grew la-
out for taxes and rentals. Interest et
lonal lawyew ot the country; he has &" OUproprlaUona for. bettemfeatt
studied government from the days ot,0? Ma. veraged $15.71 per He
Adam and Eve and he has shown th3joJ 1Ine Ir T. Woh ooara8 wftt
rnrace renuired to set bis faco.?12-7 for October, 13U. an iKTWM
of $1.97. This ta an increase per wite
of line for th month of $1 II, or II. 1
courage required to set bis face
against populism, socialism and an-!
archy. This has resulted in hts dis
agreement with m7 ot his party lead
ers and his final retirement from pub
lic life, but what he has said about
the wild rush of radicalism is worthy
the careful consideration of all.
GROZCO IS ABSENT.
jn ?6rs of 4SokoUiag. Then aaa
aTor or rearefieetatlve Wha Saa laKari
come before anything bas bean taia.. u . wferMtad
Hpi riht to toaiamif
Ultra the pftaclnM ot UtaoiHi, frem
tb vfaarpotate of 'MnoeMey anH er
Iety, the aeaate ah4 heHie shafd
be orsanrtad. Mr. Bryan is rig At la op
IaiBi; the vMowc rW!tiee of seutority
award. It Mks iHorhably for oli
Sarchyftd attar that Uw deluge.
Tho monthly summary of the lw
reau of Hallway Heonoinlcs, complied
from the reports of railways to the
lntenbtalo Commerce Comratesloa, cov-
trc for October 220,685 miles of line,
or about 60 per oent of all qt tht. steam
i Score another for the !fl''fe, pteasc.
Tney won a groat moral victor)- the
other day when a jury of women in
Idaho lMditely' bat firmly ignored the
red tapj tst binds cotirt of mere
Htea, and. aotwitbataadtag tho refiio-
a of the )g" to teiease them, wenr
home and eooked dinner for their re-
ispecttve fanl'itei! before P.nfttag a vei-
dlet In the case la whwh they wers
It waf a victory not oary over red
tat?, but hw over those carping
critics of wonwn's larger activities
who oteim that her entrance into pal'
lie life and assumption of the duties
of fall citizenship will menace domes
t!o arrangement. To these womea
the Urst and foremoat iuly was to
tIMr families, an, hoahamic and chii
dred ccW aot be pet-witted. to go
httBgry merelv because a idge hedged
round with techntcalitlf could noti
bring Btmaeif to reconK ine ' no
claim ot the cnllaary reaponaibxlitv
Bat they eaiae back and foand a vf r
ilfct f Ut, aHhoosh the prisono
4 C,KT ON SAVINGS
a J .,,- , iMiBlajMTaMBraWariaMilfaWarrMa
mT1 T.- iu f rwiliwiwi'iiim"
THE BANK OF BISBEE
Oldest and Largest Ba.ik in Southern Arizona.
NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS
are now in order 1 " ' . J
Resolve - and live up to it - that you will
save a certain amount each month or pay
day during 1913. If you will do this for
one year you will do it the rest of your life.
On such deposits we pay 4'A interest com
pounded every six months.
Miners and Merchants Bank
The Conservative Bank.
A few das ag the Arfzaaa CasoU
la aa rfUartel saggBafcrtlMt it woW
be well far the Mate te haWd tbe'eoA.
ncctlng railroad Halt between Wlnkle-
wc audSaa Carhat ta caaa the An
was one ot their own sex a decision
(Mtotd comes . from ghihuaji i UailinJ&f oY (teJtSdt& !$&.
ifgithul Pawusl . Orozco tbi 'rebArBrbe? aggregate! net oiwnft!ng'revfc!
'r ' . -, . .;- v
leader, has disappeared and tnat none for this mileage was WT.U0M8; rig- tteovgli the eaeyon on tha - laww
of bis followers :now his where-j gregato net operaUr revenue for thkjaraila. The state, f eoarsa, could do
tbouts. Thc lesser lights in the ruvcrj mileage -was Si(?7,01S. which is twe oader Jh mst!ttfonal provMon
lutlon, however, declare their belletj greater by 114370,125 than that foe! allowing the commonwealth to en-
that Orozeo Is still in tho flesh and, October, 1811. The Increases were due' rase to Industrial afitbMrtsd. hat we
j . I
individually reached, no doabt 'n -aict
rami nation over-tho pota and Kf lie
when unMlry savorv aromas arose to
what the waitlas aapMite.
If tb forewomaa aled to the vcr
diet a peraoaal plea for mercy to tb
catted beeaaee "she hi a netahbor
f raiae," H waa naeraty t&e proper
emphasis ot the rcailMae note. It
waa at leaet a dl4tMt advance over
... .nl rnmlalna miinil "till ft !
Lie?3ltva'aW4oBed tSe -BAatfei- irause." , V - "' l ' " ?
Jllltn.'heiSaiio it Was?jnted to- biMH '' , " " - '
"Be man dat reaches teb'do biggst
of everything," said Philosopher Sam.
"aHus gats left" "All right," replied
Brastus Piaklcy. "Ill take de worst ot
It To tin hah dU small rvrumber.
an 111 tate d big watermelon."
if h'' duet n't be
s'r, . mtlp iurp than spiort his family wtekly ,
go a nine i i . flltlir ,. , rorae.
'3 lohing oe -- r-. "-.. 7. Z.,.i. .,
US ". .i . ti .lt t. irila hank
If Its onlv 0K BOI.LAK,lr an" """ " "'" "'"
weeklj and provide for the da n c wa5e P
ISII er Cent Inlerest WiU Be Paid On Savings '
mh Small' Savlnea Hanks for lWtrltmtion, call 'and; get jouw.
I Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Will E. KfcKec President.
C. A. McDonald, Calhicr.
O. W. Wolf, Assistant Cashier.