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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BtSftEE. ARIZONA,WEDNKSPAY MORNING FEBRUARY. 5, 1913.
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SBEE DAILY REVIEW
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i CETTING REVENUE .- .
!FR6'm THE MINES.
Governor; Hunt makes no specific
, recommendation on the question of
fihow tho mining property of the state;
hhould bo taxed, showing that the ex
f j coutivc. like many others in the state
flwould hesitate to say just what would
be ,an equitable jilan for drawing rev
bnjte'from the mines. This question
Is one of the, most important to oorae
before the speeial session of the legis
lature.' . 'i t
! If Is. doubtful if a better or more
sialeplan dan be found 'ban the tax
log of. tho 'bullion output of the' mines.
Thoro'ls'no way of arriving at the val-
ciingiiig to both ofllces,
I'Cussor as secretary of the
ip-ola mine than by measuring up the
cire in flight 'and Jn many proiertIe&
tait yield much rich ore from year to
'ar, but little-metal would be found
in sight at'any.girjm time of. the year.
.Then there- arises a point to be con
:, sklered. Suppose'the Copper Q.ieen
Amines are assessed this year for ten
million dollars and before next time
tjior assessment comes around again
five million is taken away-from the
mine, who will fix a correct value ou
Khe second year?
Everybody desire to pee UiomlBoel
taied on an equitable hauls, but their
value ma not be determined on tk
same basis as other property having
a known and vUIblc value, for In
stance, like land which In an Irrigated
,coi'ntry which grows more produetlvp
with ever- year's cultivation.
Uoual convention and the constitution
nays that no inembet of the legislature
thnll hold any other ofllce of cmolu
ment. Evidently at one time Mr. Brad-
ner and his friends believed that the
constitution meant what it said in re.
ard to the qualification of members
of the legislature. He tondcred 'his
resignation as a legislative member,
saying that he would cling to tho sal
aried secretaryship. Afterwards he
changed his miad and withdrew hie
resignation from the legislature, say.
log he would give up the secretary.
JBbip, but since. It seems, he has been
as his huc-
i.oard has never been named.
j The statement that llradiier with-
lrcw from the speakership contest,
to our mind, should bc.lollowed with
iho, further statement that his with
drawal, came after his dofeat became
pertain. A legislative committee has
tn appointed to Investigate the right
Mr. Uradner and other members
of the legislature to further partici
pate In the session of the Ivsgislnturf,
but whatever comet, of this, the fact3
till! remain bold slid plain that llrad
niir-wae elected speaker of the first
legislative session and was allowed to
preside over tho second and now he
hb been deposed and another member,
given tho honor. S-Jch a turn down
should cau$e Uradner to hurry back
to tlve "Hull Tick" iccretaryshlp.
lng outside the patty. Mr. Taft among
them. A man recommended for a cab
inet post should have other quallQ-c-atlons
than an unbroken party "reg
ularity" to entitle him to considera
tion by one who Is seeking the quali
fications needed to strengthen his ad
ministration. We wonder If Mr. Wll
yon has any republican under consid
eration now. If any have been sug
gested, they may be the ones he has
forgotten. Strivo us he may to outrun
tho Inference that bis forgetting (it
.ho did forget) all other names than
that of Ilryan for tho state portfolio.
it is tho one which will stick in the
public mind, becauso it fits in so
Admirably with the "jiopular Impres
sion that Mr. Ilryan is slated for that
place. Still, tho popular Impression
might yet prove to bu at fault if tbu
governor should suddenly remember
one of the halt dozen other names
he lias forgotten. And If his recollec
tion of torgottcn names snouid ex
tend to other portfolios there might
be no telling In advance ot who will
be In' the Wilson cabinet. 'A now-
forgotten name may at any moment
pap Into tho next president's head and
change tho map.
The tax commission Is preparing a CAB'NET MAKING.
. Mr. Wilson Has come
Sicw revenue law and until this rc-
bmmendation is presented tho legls- near namlnS tu first
latur will probably defer any action 'sUl '" nls calin 1Ie was abkcdl
n the matter. Tho mine owners of1 wh6tller any M Kain l" ht ol
ithe stat. hay preseftUU a method if!Mr Bryan had Iwon suSEested to him
taxation upon which they have
jxjn-ft'd. this recommendation eludes j
for that iKirtfolio and said that then
j had been it least, halt a dozen others.
i bullion tax ou both tho gross amil wl'e 'ibkcJ if ho was willing to name
lit product, but there has been no
I any ono of them, ho "looked up to-
I intimation from tho jax commission i
las to whether its members approve
ftlio plai or not. The percentages sup-
' - ted by the mine owners were for a '
IJtai on one hundred percent of th not
roduct and a Ih.x on 12 1-2 percent
n tho gross product. The tax cora-
!T.i?ion recently called on the minla;
o-nianies for statements showing the
,ros2 atd net output of tholr iroper-
-j ard tlihj as probaWy done for
S ho purpose of finding out Just what
' e rtvenue from' thU source would
Moan to should the recommendation
Jot the mine owners be agreed to.
One of our local members of tUc
j legislature before fctarting for I'ioc-
'u, last week xprsd blmslt as
be ig m favor of drawiBg all rovenne
'frcra the mine of th stale by a tax
: la.ed on the gross output alsne and
Uie percentage mfflcletiUy high
insure a fair snare ot rvnuc
r-c, i!jt source. Bltbw by taxlns
"tt iiiconi-3 or the bullion, to our mind,
iji le the best plan.
fward the ceiling." "Well, strange as
THE TLRNING DOWN
TY- i a nmj, down of S. I). Hradner
oni tie ositlon of speaker of the
t. r-se In the- special legislative session
was no surprise. One Important ob
t3ele that was in the pathway of Mr.
yradtitr wpcpumanr .Heyed
that ho f orfelterf his . rjght io ' hif
ll-glsla'i--e office when 'he accepted
lha oPlce of secretary o! the slate llve
Ktoclt sanitary commission and re
ceded pay for that service. Mr. Bnd
acr was a member of the coustitti
THE STOCK EXCHANGE
OUT OF LINE.
A scat on the New York Stock Ex
change has just been Jiought for $4S,-
000. which is the lowest figuro
touched since 1900. Simulators say
this Is a bad sign for their profession.
They are right. There are 1100 seats
ou tho Stock Exchange, and the hold
ers of a large portion of them arc
complaining of dull times. "The- pub
lic aro stayin?" awayv from Wall
street," they say. There is good rea
son for their absence. There Is a tor
ptr on the stock board such as has
not seen before in many years. In
1!09, when seats on the exchange
brought ?96,000 as many share
changed , hands spnctimes in an hour
as are sold now in a day. That was I
tho harvest time ot the active siecu
iator who happened to strike rlghL
be remembered that our home tra'de'The furniture alone sustains It The
exceeds our forcfen -commerce ten
times over, large as ho latter is at
present Bank clearings, which aro
a fairly good Index of the relative
xolume of our domestic trade, are at
the highest figures over touched, and
iho same is true of railway earnings.
root Is broken at about the center.
Tho forco ot the explosion was from
a point directly In front of the off:c
and Immediately under the skylight
Huge blocks of coucrete blown frou
tho walls and sidewalks are scatterc
In three directions and neighbor n,
buildings are slightly injured.
Mr. Abraham states that be has no'
used his gasoline lights since last
Saturday even'ng and that so far as
ho knows there could have been no
direct cause for the explosion.
IMP IN FIGHT
President-elect Wilson has bad
conferences about barikiug reform w
ncpresentatlvo Carter Clasa ot Vir
ginia, chairman of tho sub-committee
of tho Houso Hanking and Currency
committed. He ' has also consulted
various economic experts, and ho u Kcltoii, Graham and Duncan
reading quantities jrf literature on tlu Stay With Bradner; Craig
subject. "Ho has pronounced Ideas'; and Curry for, LinnCV
fin till miftetfnn Mr fMnutj (u mtrif.Ml I .- .
.. . , ,, .", , ,, ,1 Tlle Gazette, of Monday afternoon,
assaying: It Is well that the man who uiK n, fiinwinc iiiuum ).. iha
Is to become the foremost American' 1'Eht In the lowor house ot the legis-
,, ,. , . . .. , , . , , I laturo in which Sptwkor Ilradner was
has turned his big and well trained deposed aud Mr. Llnney. of Yavapai
Ynfnri tr 4tiIo fiA t.irtcl Imtinrlinf In.' rnlintV Un nlrtfttfwl nil BiinftL-nr
... , .-, v ..ov ..t.u.Li. ic- r, . . . r -I '
sue before the Amerioan .mb..c-w..h (;- -- "? S
the possible exception of tariff re- Lewis, Murphy. Giln; Whipple, (Jrcen-
vislou. It is evident that Mr. Wilson; lrvineJ Jba"- Maricopa; Kills.
I Mohave Saxon, Santa Cruz; Hall,
intends that the credit for adequate Yavapai: Kerr, Yuma.
For IJnnnv Hrale. f!nrrr flnnhteo-
- -. ... ,...r wv.,....,.
reform of our poor banking system
shall go to the dentpcratlc party.
President-Elect 'oodrow Wilson Is
keeping mum yet huUo who Is to com-
poiso his cabinet. ?The only good bet cause cf George Cocke and also biv
Lynch, Jacobson, Ureonleo; Habbitt,
Jacobs, Jones, Maricopa; Mnttox
Inslow; Ouchanan, Pima: llarker.
I'lngl; Wren. Llnney, Moore, Yavapai;
Thp liradaer ieop!e were beaten be
Is Dryan for Secretary of Sttite and
even that is not .absolutely certain. .
WRECKED IN ii
Mysterious Explosion Bursts
ii water Mains and
cause of a certainty that were the
election settled on tho floor of the
house, the republicans would vote for
Llnney. It is understood that the re
publicans had all promised to sup
IKirt the Yavapai county man.
The elecUon of Linncy probably
means an entire reorganization of the
STATE TELEGRAPH BRIEFED.
MIAMI, Ariz.. Fob, 4:--A heavy
explosion occurred at about seven
o'clock this evening In tho bulldtm;
occupied by the Union Clothing store,
owned by Sam Abraham.
Pedestrians more than a block
away were staggered and the up
heaval shook the surrounding neigh
borhood. Immediately following the explosion
Hut general trade is not making. nre was discovered In the poll hall
, , , . . , , it , of Archie P. Morrow.
any euch complaint as te heart. on ,the I Tne vibration from the exploslo.t
Stock Exchange. There Is a slowing broke the water mains on Gibson St.,
. .i. . t . t , ... i and for the first time since the sys-
up in tho wheels of business In the ,cm wa8 lns,aea lllc Kate va!v:ts
past few weeks on account of Uu I were used. The gates on both sides
of the break were closed, permitting
the continued use of the balance of
fear of damaging tariff legislation,
but the volume ot trade Is far larger
than It was a year gao at this time.
It' Is larger than at any time in tho
pasL Our foreign commerce coutlnues
to touch new "highests. It is more
difficult to get approximate figures
about our home trade, but in this
field, too. the record is high. It must
the system and preserving the pres
sure for the fire which was quickly
Investigation shows there was no
fire preceding the explosion, nor had
tho patent light equipment been put
out of commission, other than the
breaking of its coimcctions due to tfic
falling of the walls and ceiling.
The explosion, threw out tho walls
and allowed the roof to drop between
them. It lies practically on the tloar.
Ucraard Sane, two year old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sane of Globe.
died ot scarlet fever, the second cleat1!
in the family from this cause In two
The Miami Gas, Engine Works, with
extensive machine shop equipment, is
a new plant just started at Miami.
Charles Kriellug, crossing watch
man In Tucson, had just stepped Iron;
his box to flag a team when S ficignt
cars left the track and crashed
through the building totally demol
Nat Fulmer, prominent G. A. It.
man and many years a resident oi
Arizona, Is dead at the Soldiers' Homo,
at Sawtelle, California.
Itanchmcn in the Fair Oaks country
aro suffering trum raids on their live
stock by wolves driven from the
mountain by snow and scant food.
Official notice of acceptance was
received at Tucson of the site of thf
proposed Federal building. Construc
tion oxpecud to commence within
At 810 feet artesian water has beon
secured west of San Simou. estab
lishing that the water belt surrounds
that toun and encouraging large ex
portation. Norman McKcnzl. aged 72 and P.
S. Mercy, 82. are lioth dead at the
Pioneers' Home, Prescott, from heart
by this bank orgnnUtd In IMC, mid there's no easier or
safer way ot getting" Interest on jour monoy than deposit
ing it hert
There's no waiting fo- a certain day before .the Interest
starts, as interest begin f-om dateof deposit.
YOUR ACCOUNT INVITED
Small Savings Dank for distribution to our customers.
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
McKet President. C
O. W. Wolf, Assistant Cathlei,
A. McDonald, Cathi
Getting, the Bank Habit
Every young man who starts a bank account
and maintains It is doing something that
will surely raise his standing in the com
munity. At the same time, the habits of system,
accuracy and economy, developed will prove
very valuable factors, of success, to say
nothing of the value of being well known to
a good bank. ' ' '
It may seem," he answered slowlj. "I
can not recall the name of a single
one of them."
This may luiVe been but a lxjlitc-
diplomacy, although the governor has
the faculty ot making himself under
stood in more direct ways when 1m
chooses, and could on this occasion
have said that it would be unfair to
ineatlen tho name ot any man who
has bees weighed in the balances and
found wanting. Tlat would have been
leaving tho inference plainly enough
that Mr. Bryan, uas been welched
and not found wanUng. That this was
net the inference he was trying to
leave, however, he made plain the
next day when he found, in com
ment ot the New Yprk newspapers,
ihe intimation that wht bo had said
"as' token to forcshadaw a Ilryan
appointment "Thore is absolutely no
-uairieaUon for that inference." said
be. "I could .not recall tie names of
men who have been suggested for
portfolios other than the secretary oi
state either. And I might be making
some nominations of my own, for I
certainly will net feel bonnd to con
fine myself merely to names that
have been suggested to me."
There is the pith of nemo in this.
In selecting his personal advisers, nnd
the - iof.n
pchlevemertta, are to 'coriirlbnte so
-. 4 t, ! i - t ' '
unicb to Uie'-maklnB of a reeord fpr
the administration, a president abotifd
be free to go entirely outside of Uk
time of rccofis mentations If he tfcbtkg
it advisable. Seat preside have
cvc? exercised the -re-lte t j-
The best kind of a
starts at the breakfast table.
Good Humor Follows
: v ,- : (if the meal is right)
There's a new Hot Porridge which is making new friends now-adays because
it combines the things desirable in a good breakfast dish: Warmth, delicious flavor,
substantial nourishment r.nd easy preparation.
is a skillful blend of wheat, corn and rice to be cooked and served hot with
cream and sugar like old-fashioned porridge.
A try tells why you'll like it for
i iTQmprmw-s Breakfast ,
HAt Grocers everywhere.
PwslH-m Cereal Ce. ixd., Pure Food Factories, Battle Creek, Mich.
Wo are willing to give you every personal help and advicu possible
or we would not ask you to do business with us.
We invite you to do your bankln? here and. in exchange wo bffet
the same PEKS0NAI, HANKING SERVICE that has proven so
beneilcinl to others. 4at!,tePi!$2i. i
Wo treat you as individuate and not as accounts.
4 Per Cent Compound Interest
The Bank Of Bisbee, Bisbee, Arizona
The Oldest and Largest Bank in Southern Arizona
PATENT YOUR LAND
J3.UI Per Acre! $3.00 Per Acre!
IT WILL NEVER BE CHEAPER
?3.00 Per Acre! ?3.oo Per Acre.
SI. E. Lcvcrlch & Co., take pleasure in announcing that -Navajo
Base is now on the market and a ailablc .for the selection of lands In
Arizona. We congratulate our customers that we are ablo to sell thU
excellent laasu at so low a cost '
Descri Und Kntrymen who hate encountered the almost prohlblUvo
expense and great physical dlHiculty or proiing up under that law
are afforded an Inexponbivc method of acquiring title.
Stock Men can acquire land for range and pasturage.
Farmers. Settlets, Investors, jour opportunity Is NOW!
Navajo Base Is ismicd under the Fame law as Moqui Base. If you are
one of those who were disappointed In not securing Moqui while It
was on the market get Navajo NOW I Moqul went upMn price. Ka
ra jo mty repeat that history!
Small selections cannot be made. If jm wish only 1C6 or 3!H aTe&
get jour friends and neighbors in lite tar. . luHtithip to j-i.i In your
WHAT TO DO
Send us description of your land! Semi at-mHnquisbmenl If the
land is embraced la an entry! Jiemit three dollars pcracre,: T11ATS
ALL! : '- '
REMEMBER! i f
Wc get title for yo or yon got the money back!
OUR GUARANTEE IS GOOD!
$8.t0 Per Acre! $3.60 Per Axe!
"Write l's About Land Mutters"
M. E. LEVERICH & COA C
JOHN H. PAGK M. E. LEVETtlCII A. W. LAUTZ
P. O. POX 9S1 PHOENIX, ARIEO.na
PrBLIC LAND SPECIALISTS ,
Handle the Two Best Brands of
On The Market
Gallup Domestic Lump $14.50 per Ten
Dawson Fancy Nut . . . $13.50 per Ton
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ilt jume una ua ounvincea
' Brophy Carriage Company'
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