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Entered 33 Second CIbbs Matter at tlw Postofflce at Bisbee. Arizona,
under Acl or March i. IS";.
SENATOR FALL IS IN ' i .
The ote takeu bv the lesiolalure of
New Mexico on the official status of
United, States Senator A. B. Fall, of
tint state, is taken to mean that the
iomitor will have to retire 'from the
t . '
fctfcitefit ijc eP(I f i1'? prescnerm
on' March I; This is the opinion, of
the Kl 'J'afeo Times expressed la thi.
"Th'e senatorial situation at, Santa
Fe according to the developments
that-Urti coming to light In the antic
of tho.stafb legislature does not car
ry with ii a very' pleasing-prospect
tor Senator Albert Bacon Fall, win
has.bccuapparcuUy laboring under
rtie delusion: since last June that he
hail beam elected United "States sen
4tar from tbo state of New Maxlco.
The Uuig.-iebolutlon, which in effec"
declared Jhe- alleged election of Sen
nior PaRjiuvplid, was suppressed by
the committee to which it liad been
referred, evidently with the intention
or pigeon-holing iL A counting ol
noses revealed Hie fact that the op
lositiou to Senator Kail -a as in thu
Majority, ,'and with this ilisunery for
clbie methods were employed to briui,
the Burg resolution to tho front Tht,
l-st ole came on a substitute resolu
tiou introduced by supporters of
Senator Fail, which was defeated by r
'!c of 33 to 15.
After this vote the opposition pro
cooled to romp all over the senatorial
aapiratWns ofenalor Fall. His elec
tion was not only declared invalid
but Uio election of his successor was
ordered for next Tuesday, and dur- trvagance in the state and county ad-im,-
all of the scrimmaging that was in ministrations. Bat with the increased
progress over the situation Senator valuation of 331-3 per cent or the
Fail was apparently unable to muster property valuation in the state Inat
more than 15 votes."
This is a complete reversal of the
legislative bcntiment in our nclghbo,
state towards Senator full. He was
twice elected to congress by thi
wine legislature, once for the term
he Is- now serving and the second
time -for ifhe term beginning on
liarcji A. It is this second election!
that hag; now been declared to bo
However, the opposition shown to
Fall an the tost vote taken this week
a- I ?
Js baaly tppllt lp and being directed
some half dozen candidates lor tho
Position of the present senator and
wiiether these opponents can con-
centrste thir strength is a question
around which clusters many doubts.
Among those who desire to succeed
Senator Phil are "Bull" Andrews and
Mr. But-som; who are the Very rank.
oet specimens of the old standnqt re
publican nchln In New Mexico and
against these and thefr kind the dent
fratlc "vote In the 'New -Sfexico leg
Isfeture should be caet for Senatot
Kail, who though a dttrter from tb
dmearatle standard several years
ase. Is as a "dove of peaee and puri
ty" compared to a shaggy headed
Senator Fall is jmtly recognized"
fw o of the brainiest men In the
sowthvmajH; bine he rfcaahed tbe sen
(ito he has gained a good measure of
jtremhtnnce in that body and w doubt
catjjhoose a more f-
pcjlnt ' gn H$ raphes!
in im? siitr iu
ucr'hfeh!3Klfvff Wdk1 Ofconr
it wyftfiatipW forNSw,Mfnfico
oBti a senator, as Fail's successor.
who would be in harmony with thai
fefiiooTHUc majority, but Hnlewi till
MliHi ml (TiHy uppn
PHONG NO. 3. 2 Rings
PHONE NO. 33
can be accomplished it Is hoped that
the democrats of oar 'ueighbor stafo
will stand b Senator! Fall in tho
Uiul election next week
AT FULL VALUE.
The state tax commission hai scut
out ar. order to the county aiscao
to asteas property lliis'-jear for lis
full value. Tbat has bctm the law of
Arizona for many years. If the assess
ors will obey the order of- the tax
commission ,H will show' ;i wondw
1U change in the relative values of
the various counties .in, the tnte.
For instance, in Mnricopa count) Ir-
rlsati-d lacd has in the past been
sewed at from J25 to $00 per acre.
whereas its known value is frorni
$1.",0 to 300 per acre. The full value!
of the cattle tu tho Salt River ValleyJ misunderstanding" or Injustice to the
lastures would bo from fSO to "' Uenver and Rio Grande. The stat-
.... .. ,. .,. Iment was read as part of the proceed-
pvr head. Practically all the range) !nRs of he f na, glon b ,nUr.
cattle in the state vvould go on the a.i- J state Commerce Commissioner Har
scssors' books at J23 nor head. lan The Denver and Rio Grande. Kx-
Merchandise would go on the roll at.
the full Inventory value. Proierty Ir,
the past, take the state as whole,'
hs Jiot been valued at more ,ban
!.' per cent of its actual value. I
As the property of tbf state must'
stand for tho cost of state and coun
ty sm'crnment n js n0t, to Imiortant
what basis of value is placed on it
to long as it is equalized justly if
all the property in the state is as
sessed for taxes at its fi'H value the
tax rate would be reduced about two
thirds from the present figure, pro
vided there was no Increasing ex-
year also came an INCREASE In tbo
tax rate of about tnat proportion, tho
raise for state purposes being from
KV to 90 cents.
An abundant source of revenue H-
no excuse for the extravagance that.
wkv iraiures uur suiik auiuuusiKi
tlon and it Is 'to be bop?d tbat while
lac coming session of the legislature
is considering the big tax quastion
it will approachthe subject with tho
idea that ECONOMY leads to the best
and most certain prosperity.
Tho Review is of .the opinion that
if an attempt is to be made to pro
vWe tii commission form of gov.
ernment for Dtetee it should be mad
I ...in- T. ,u1 .I.. n.iM AA .. . I
now. It would require nearly one year
to establish this new plan of govern
ment should it be endorsed by th;
voters of tbe city and the terms of the
present city officials will expire one
year from next June. We would sng
gect that -It le wot too soon to launch
The Turkish empire has at last been
conttwred and brought to Its !cneei
by the allied nations, known as the'
Calkan .states, which so long have
fUiTercd uader the domination of the
faltan successively. Adrianople has
le)n surrendered and the Ralkan war.
WW proved to be one of the blood
kf' in recent years win como to an
eed and the armies will return to
peaceful pursuits in their respective
entries. Itjs alwyX ptegito
learnfof a restoration oCbeace'and the
IVmllng of pbyslcial strife, ImMhe end
liig of the Balkan' war without the
humbling of tbe Turk would not hava
canted much satisfaction.
DAILY REVIEW. BISB5K.
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GEN. SICKLES WAITS
Aged Veteran Expects Ser
vice of Warrant for
Shortage of Funds
.NEW YORK. N. V.. Jan. 25. Gen
eral Daniel E. Sickles sat amid his
war relics In bis Fifth avenue horns
tonight, expecting momentary arrest
in the suit brought by the state to
recover $23,46 for which be has fail
ed to account. It is charged, as-chairman
qf tbo New York Monuments com
mission. Within hlg call were his sot
Staunton, and an aged negro retainer.
Tho order for tho veteran's arrest
was issued this afternoon by Supreme
Court Justice Budd, at Albany, and a
copy of the complaint was placed in
Sheriff Harburger's binds this evening
ty Deputy Attorney Francis D. Ken
nedy, who brought them here. The
order can not bo legally served on
Unless Sickles is prepared to furn
ish at once a J30.00Q bond. Sheriff
Harburger said, he will have to go to
Ludlow street jail, until the money is
forthcoming. There is no" inkling to
night as to who. If any one, wbuld
to the veteran's aid.
EVERYBODY RIDES ON'
Investigation Shows Gener
osity of Railroads in
DBXVER, Colo.. Jan. 25. The rec
ords of the Colorado; Soutfecn sliow
as bad as the Denver and Rio 'Grande
on the pass question. One one Colo
rado Southern train; accordlufe'tof the
conductor, twenty-one out of thfrtv
tbree passengers rode on passes."
The foregoing is part o p stajement
put Into the record in the pass hear
ing here today by special examiner
u. T Smith, as he exulalned. to "avoid
fro,,, 0tIcr roads
L0W RATES OFFERED
WASHIXGTON. D C . Jan 25.-
iRaHroads in ail parts of the country
are preparing for heavy travel to the
Nation's capltol for the inauguration
of the first democratic president since,
Several railioads have filed excur
sion rate tariffs with the interstate I
commerce commission for approval.
the first batch arriving today. Excur -
sion rates are usually one way fare
for the round trip, tickets good lor
thirty days. In some cases, where
the time limit of their return In short,
the fare is even less.
His Stomach Troubles Over.
tie flt.o.hnott,. tl,l .. lib,.
feftl that vnnr Hfnirmr.h tmuhles were
over, that you could eat any kind
of foo,j JOU desired without injury?
That may seem so unlikely to you
j that you. do not even hope for
ending of your trouble, but perml
us to assure you that it Is not alto
gether impossible. If others can b
cured permanently, and thousand
nave been, why not you? John R
Isarker, of Battlo Creek, Mich., is on
of them. He says: "I was troubled
with heartburn, indigestion, and liv
er complaint until I used Chamber
Iain's Tablets, then my trouble wa j
over." Sold by all dealers. Advcr j
The Show They're All Talking About
BERT LEVEY VAUDEVILLE
SWOR & WESTBROOK
"Red Eagle" "The Lawyer of Fountain bleau"- "Goad
for Nothing" 'The Triangle."
WARD & MANNING
Thobc Interesting Boys"
" new act$ and a conbjJeie changegbf pictures
evary Wednesday and Sunday.
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ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY '26, 1913,
hi- ! r."jn.ii i.iih,.iiihi mi i ul . jmii ,ii miin.i ii .
in ine unurcnes whb2
The Christian Science society holds
services livery Sunday morulas at
11:00 oclock. All are welcome, Tho
tubject for January J6th is "TRUTH. '
Sunday morning Sunday school at
i) 5. Preaching by tho pastor at 11
Sunday evening Young Peoples
Union at 6. SO, led by Mrs. IL O.
Owen. Topic- Africa Yesterday. To
day and Tomorrow. Preaching by the
iastr at 7:3d. Prayer meeting Wedn
esday evenings at 7.30. Study class
Friday evening at 7:30. The Mission
ary meeting! ot tho Ladies' Aid will
J meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
You and your friends are cordiailj
Invited to wprshlp with us. Stranger
ure especially vielcotne. j-,
sJOHN W. ' EPPKRLY,
English Lutheran Services
English Lutheran services will be
held at tho Ijithcrau church at Low
ell on Sunday afternoon at 3.1;
o'clock, j Subject of discourse- Three
Reasons Which Should Persuade
the Christian to Receive the Lord's
Sunday school at 4 o'clock. Bible
study will bo .held on Wedno?da
evening from 8 to 9 o'clock at the
Lutheran church at Ixwcll. Come, for
lou ure welcome! ,
CARL K. Gl'KNTHKR,
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints
Opjiosite Warren Laundry.
Sunday schooI at 2 p. m. Preaching
tJy James E. Kelley at 3 p. m. Religio
at 6 43, after which the lectures as
announced-in previous issues will be
St. John's Episcopal Church
Sunday school 'J:AZ a. m.
Mornlngjirayer and sermon 11 a. in
Wednesday", 'choir practice 7:30 p.
Sunday school 9.4.1.
Preaching services 11:10.
Epworth League C:J.0.
Preaching service- at '7:30, Spixla'
Epworth league Biblo class Tucs
day 8:0" p. m. at Mrs. Decker's.
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Life of Isoai
Illustrated b stereoptlcon pictures
K. G. DECKKH.
Sunday -cl.ool a 9.15 a m with
classes ior all ages
Young People's meeting at C 30 p.
m Topic "Evangelism". Mission
Work at Homo and Abroad Acts
13: H-24. Leader Mrs. J. Howden.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a
in. and at 7:30 p. m. Themes of ser
mons: :A Root out oi wry urouuu.
and Wnat to j, with the Accusa
tions of the PasL"
Wednesday at 7:00 p. m.
Bible Class Wednesday lit
JOHN E. FRY,
Church of Christ
Bible school D:4.".
Preaching and communion 11 a. m.
Topic, Revival Spirit and Bisbee's
Usual prayer meeting Wednesday
Afternoon and Evening at Jigger
vllle Chapel. Upper Lowell.
Biblo school 2:30 p. m.
Preaching and communion 7 p. m.
An earnest invitation extended to
C. W. MAXSON,
THRE MRS HOY
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
This remedy has no superior for
.twehs and colds. It Is pleasant to
take. It contains no onium or other
r.arcotic It always cures. For sals
by all dealers. Advertisement.
Comedy Sensational Wire
WARD & ST. CLAIR
An Act That Is Different,
Prices Alwy 10c-15c-25c
A COMFORTABLE HOME
should he the aim nf everv vnunz
mat'i. Real estate is today, and al-i
ways will be, the safest and best!
lwying investment. Wq havo plen-i
ly of '
GOOD CITY PROPERTIES
with houses erected thereon, that
can be bought righL If you have,
money that Is not earning its prop
per Interest, you will do el! to
lock into there offerings. '
THE REAL ESTATE MAN
O. KLBlk. Phone 7,6"
I'Kii, Wear mid bnllaflr '
IIOMS WITH XO HESTMCTIONS
o.v Tim (iUAiuvrnc.
I'or Men, Wciiirn. ami Children.
Pnt-Form Hosiery Is soft, comfnrt
idtle ml it rvlf ealile; tlot mt havr
A (uur tup nftrr brlrc te-.intl?r d,
and will ml stain or Injur1 the ft
Our sellinK method enables nn to
ilvc nur rufHotaera a spec lal 2& per
i flit discount.
Write 'or I'rer Calatmr 1'ilce LUt.
ADDRESS DEP. D.
T II. I.KIIK MI'O. CO.
lUarlrn Ill.lKt Dcnrfr, Cnlomdn. I i
7tol Offt & SSZ.
Camdenj N. J.
THE LAW OF AVERAGE, is a pret
ty certain kind of an atfair
WHETHER the policeman is awako
or asleep, whether he Is on the len
or being entertained by the cook' the
law of averages is entorcing itself
A CERTAIN NUMBER of people,
out of ever- hundred who know about
our business, are going to to patron
If YOU are the RIGHT kind of a
merchant the more they know the
quicker the will bring their mor.ry.
WITH VERY few exceptions the
merchant who is doing' the "largest
volume of business is the dne whose
business is best known
YOU may say that the fact that he
enjoys the largest volume of busi
ness would in itself make lib. the best
THAT EXPLANATION is sufficient
until we Task HOW he obtained the
lion's share of the business .
IT MAY BE that the bHginess U
vory old, that the 'proprietor lias an!
93tablished retaliation for ognogtr
anc" square dealing.
OR IT MAY BE tbat Jbe bustnfs
is very roung ana the proprietor prac
tices the art of ADVERTISING.
IF the basiness is old and tne pro
i r.etor of enviable reputation the Law
o Average s with him ami h:
fhould Advertise to assure ijs re
maining. IF the fayer of the Law of Average
has been iiicarred through Advertis
ing, the Advertising should "be con
tinued for the same reason.
IN 1$93 The Joseph Campbei! Com
pany (Manufacturers of Campbell's
SousJ had a factory capacity of 486 1
cans a week.
According to Mr. Leonard V Frat '
!'. Sec-retar of the conipany in aa
Brt'lolo In Printers" Ink) it was then,
a problem as to 'how to dispose of
thoie 4EP cans a yeek.
THEY DECIDED to .fall 'back on
tbe Law of Average for assistance.
IF A CERTAIN NUMBER of peo
ple Wt of 4-b hundred who learned
of their soups became havers it meant
that the sooner they acoiiainjow tbH
general public with the merit of thsir
product tho qu,cker their problem
would be solved
THBY ADVERTISED aed. today
they have a factory capacity of 1,-
300,000 A PAY. fT!fr-JO CANS A
DAY TO WIHI.OOO CANS IN 13
YEARS COULD HAVE BEEN AC
COMPLISHED BY NO METHOD
AVERAGE HASHEKN THE POINT
AT ISSUE ''WHY NOT LET US
PRESENT j YOUR CASE TO THE
PEOPLKa' That we have a' "pull
with tb(T court ma e proven by otfp,
5 v !
OTHER THAV"ADyKR.TlSlNO.- J
,'Sti3 I!!SJEE'lAIi:Y,fi jIbviBwI
HAS HANDLED, mSnY'CASEMijC-
t'?ODITI T .-1tlftIBl.lt-.Hf7 tlt'n.TICl
iwll .imufci liii ii .m i.n,ill..nra !,
Stop And Think
JSVhere are you financially?
Are you really getting anywhere?
Make a change. Get started-right. Start a bank
account and make It grow. Owe yourself some
thing every week. At the end of the year you
will have saved up a nice little sum.
4 Per Cent On Savings
The Bank Of Bisbee, Bisbee, Arizona
W. H. BROPHY, Pres M J Cl'NNINGJIAM. Cash
J. S. DOUGI.AS, V. Pre. J. P CONNOLLY, Afst. Cash.
W. H. WILLIAMS, Asst Cash.
hl3 pay do a little more than support his family weekly
if he doern't ho ts losing, because the future Is to come;.
It it's only ONE DOLLAR, try and deposit it with this ban!:
weeklj and provide for the day when the wages stop. ,
4 Per Cent Interest Will Be Paid On Savings
1000 Small Savincs Banks for JJistribution, call and get yours..
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Will E. McKec President.
O, W. Wolf,
Miners & MerchantsBank
rile holidays are over, taxes have been paid
so now is the time to save money. YOUR
money deposited with us now will have
earned four per cent at this time next year.
Start an account now, however small, add
to it every month and you will be surprised
at the amount you can save in a year.
THY III SAYS SAGE Itt DARKENS
AND BEAUTIFIES FADED, GRAY HAIR,
Mixed with Sulphur Makes
Hair Soft and Luxuriant
and Removes Dandruff
The okl-tlm mixture ot Sage Tea
and Sihnr for darkening gray.
streaked and faded hair is coming in
vogue again, says aiwetl-knovtn down
town druggist. It was our grand
mother's treatment and hundreds of
vomw ami mqn too. are again usinif
f fnTan thlc tlalf viuu UWH
actor Which is quite sensible, as we
t wrranf nni ,. i... ,-
am living iu an ag when a youthful
afpearnct U of the greatest advan
Nowadays, though, we don't have
tbe troublesome task or gathering
th sage and the imissy mixing at
home. All drug stores self tbe ready-
The Warren Ranch F0REASftS
9M Fall in oldea times tbe fam
ily o(fdie!ne chest was replenished
wijh rcots, herbs and barks, nature' a
retnediM'ior dlofetse. Sculleap for
nervousitess. Pennyroyal for colds
Clover iSkfesota for the 'blood, Thor
oughwort fi,r colds. Wormwood aa1
Halm of O! lead Buds for sprains, and
so on. It is interesting to note that
the most successful remedy for fe
male ills the world has ever known
had its 'origin nearly forty years ago
from roots and herbs and Iiydla E.
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Is
made today In immense quantities
from those same roots and herbs
wltji extreme accuracy, care anil
iantiness. Tlie standard ranitdf for
IIW "l'i W'.W JMWi lPl IU m'vww"'
C. A. McDonald, Cashier.
tu-use prouuel called Wyeth's Saga
ud Sulphur Hair Remedy" for about
Ot) cents a,boiUe. It is the most pop
ular because nobody can discover it
i has been applied. Simply dampen a
soft brush or sponge with "Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur" and draw this
through your hair, taking one small
kEtrand at a time- Do this tonight.
and by morning the gray hair disap
pears awl after another application
It is restorad to its natural color.
V. bat delights the ladles with "Wy
eth's Sage and Sulphur is that be
sides beautifully darkening the hair
j they sar it produces that soft lustre
duu aintiauvc ui auuuuuuLu nuivu to
so attractive, besides prevents dan
druff; itching scalp and falling hair.
Here, you gra-baired folks, get busy;
took years younger. Advertisement
SPECIAL TO WOMEN
Do you realize the fact that thousands of
women are cow using
A Soluble Antiseptic Powder
as a remedy for mucous membrane af
fections, such as sore throat, nasal or
pelvic catarrh. Inflammation or ulcera
tion, c&used by female ills? Women who
have been cured say "it is worth its
weight in gold." Dissolve in water and
apply locally. For ten years the Dy dia
E. Pinkham Medicine Co. has recom
mended Paxtine in their private cor-
jrespondence with women.
For all hygienic and toilet uses it ha3
no equal. Only 50c. a large box at D-
cists or sent postpaid on receipt of price.
The Pazton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass.
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