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"-H it .ffVi " rtwtimvecsvati! vewsVKVSWiXSI''italli 'A JsfeiijaajSHPfe'rgTfs ' " " ' ' Aim-'1'' 'v,,a'- '-" ttVHVtXM , f . - . THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA.' WEDNESAY MORNING. JULY 26, 1911 " " '-3yPTOl PAGE' THREE PfPfWW m- ? i M J1 IS i PEAGE TREATY Hffl ENGLA IE1LI RE ID 111 or. To insult another's national . come effective without the consent pnae meant a agnt. Any other qucs- of tha senate. This la what makes remarKaoie. Tins la v tton than these two could become matters of negotiation. Tftor could bo settled peraaps hy tho good offices of a 'third pownr, but never ltad it been 'regarded as possible for ratlonil jonar or territory to .bo protected by tuner thsu violent means, os the Taft pcllcy IB -war half tho nations of the oafthJpnsped when ho proposed it This flT'wImt caused vise men In congress Vo shake their neaas wnen ttiey Jirst road about the executive' remarkable proposition. Big Change Noted. nut a change has como over the uncomprehending within the past year. Instead of this arbitration plan at the nresidents being & dream. It Is about to become a fnct. Nations wuich scornfully, wondered in the beginning are sending thalr ambas sadors and ministers to the state department for copies of tho arbi tration draft as propofcod. They are sending these copies to their gov ernents. These sarao wlso men in congress aro beginning to winder. If, after all, this drcaut might ot come true. Some of them irv. .even, priming themselves to discuss 'the CWty upon the floor of the house ai."t senate, and send copies nf their addresses back home to their Stat a lor consumption. They aro begin ning to realize that this kind ot literature would make good reading, and that the attitude ot champion of world peace, would be a Hue at tudo to assume with the conservative voters back in their districts. All this has como about througfe the favorable responses to Fresl- Taft Is Expected to Submit .Document to the SowOc During the Present Exra Session only few Trifles remain to adjust Senate Also Must Affirm All Decisions Handed Down' By the Arbitrators in the Future WASHINGTON. July S5,--Wbun President Taft announced that the United States and Great nritian had practically agreed upon the tonus oi the arbitration treaty, it was real ized at once that tho most Import ant stop in history looking toward - world-wide peoee,. bad been taken. It Is now a question for congress to ronslder. Within a few wcoks, or perhaps a few days, the admln- minlstration will have the convention dent Taft's plan, on the part o( ready to submit to the United two of the most powerful nations on ouues senate, more is every reason to believe that it will be sent to that "body for ratification during the present extra session ot congre&e. Only a low minor differences re main to be settled between the ne gotiators. Theso aro so unimportant In their bearing that neither gov ernment regards them as obstacles I to the signing of the treaty. The only reason they aro not disposed of now Is that Anbassndor ISrice who is conducting tho negotiations on the part of this government, has found it necessary to submit the present draft to his foreign office lor approval. All the Important considerations have been agreed upon. That pro-f "Vision in tno treaty which preserved the full constitutional rights of the United States senate, has found no objection on the part of Kngland. And then, of course, the Issues which it is proposed to arbitrate have been stipulated and accepted by both governments. Bold Move, After all, these issues were the groat and far-reaching objects of President Taft's arbitration policy. ' lie was bold enough to propose to anothor great power that It and the United States settlo their rjuoUioasJ of national honor and of territory without icsjit to arms. - Slnoe civilization began these two questions have been regarded as Krnatft Must Anurous If waa Inllmflta.l in tha liilrlntnf ' of tho negotiations that the actions of the arbitration board in all mat ters submitted to it for considera tion were to beoome effective auto matically. In' other words, if the board, said that tho United Stales has to pay $100,000 indemnity to Groat Britain for soma damage, that ended itr-both countries were bouuu to abide by the decision. This is 3'misconcoptlon. The treaty provides that all decisions ot the board, before they become opera -tlvo . alth regal d to tho United States, but bo approved by tho son- ate. Under the Constitution, the senate is the court ot last ap peal on all treaties, and it was obvious to the president and the secretary of state that the senate would consent to no treaty whleb legislated away Its constitutional power. This proviso leads f tho administra tion to hope that no serious opposl tion to the treaty will arise In the senate during tho consideration 01 tho matter. territory of another nation meant IE AT THE FRONT IN CHICAGO GUT SKELETON IS j FOUND IN ARIZONA Farmer Describes Great Size' of Bonos Dug Up on .Hjs rianch the globe Groat Oritlan and France aro actually negotiating arbitration treaties with the United States. The negotiations havo now reached such a stapo tnat failure seems out oz the question. Hope In America. This is why the world has turned its eyes toward Washington In thr fervent hope that the movement here may end was and armaments. That Is why people are crossing the Atlantic ocean Just to tell President Taft that thoir friends, or neighbors or associates in Kngland, ato trust ing that tlie two people may be united In a pact that will forever .prevent warfare between them . Of course, all is not over. Tue negotiations are practically ended. but then there is the senate to con suit. That august body must ratify every treaty before It can go into effect And while thero have been no expressionb heard so far from the upper house of congress Is oppo sition to the treaty, the action of this body in the end cannot bo fore seen. Thore is In the convention one 1m Iortnnt proviso. This was insisted upon by the United States before the negotiations with Great Uritlan were ever1 bogun. This proviso pre serves to the United State every right. 4h -foreign affairs with which the constitution endowed it. That unarbltrable." To Infringe upon tbw UfJtp decision of the arbitral board undor "the proposed treaty may be- Woman's Ills Many women suffer needlessly from girlhood to woman hood and from motherhood to old nge with -backache, dizziness or headache. She becomes broken-wn," sleep less, nervous, irritable end fee's tirod from morning to aiiht. When pains end aches rack the womanly system ot frequent iotervsis, cik yonr uciihltr about Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription This Prescription ban, tor over iO yczrs, been curlni delicate, xrsak, paln-vrrackcd women, by the hundreds of thousands and this too In , the privacy ot their homes vrStboat their bar InH to scbmlt to indcllcato qacstlsnlsHs and offensively rcpnnant examination:;. Sick women ere Jnv!ted to consult in confidence by letter free. Address World's Dispestcry Medical Ass'n, R.V, Pierce. M. D., Pres't, Buffalo, N. Y. D. 1'isacs's Gbzat Family Ducroa Boot, The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, newly revised up-to-date edition 1000 pages, answers in Plcla Entllik hosts of delicate q-jestiens which every woman, single or married, ought to know ebraat. Sent free to any address on receipt of 31 one-cent stamps to cover cost of wrrppin and mailing only, in French cloth binding. p'-asSSfllL JrT HIS fliSllirljir' ALL SUMMER VIA SANTA FE THE SCENIC ROUTE Round trip from Bisbee Denver $42.80 St. Paul $66.05 Grand Canyon $45.40 St. Louis $60.05 Kansas City $51.05 Chicago $66.05 New York $96.25 Salt Lake $66.35 Also low round trip rates from KI Paso to California Is Angeles 530.00 San Fraadsco 540.00 On sale August "th to 11th axd lh to 17th Final return limit October 16th ' We E3 the cool way via Grand Canyon of Arizona Only $6.50 additional for side trip to Grand Canyon Sico ovprs allowed on all abovo tickets Write for farther Information and literature " CITY TICKET OFFICE, MILLS BUILDING, EL PASO, TEXAS W. R. BROWN, D. P. A. G. H. DONART, T, P. A. v J. S. MORRISON, C P. A. De Pass of Pnoenix Attends Session of NewRailroad Commission mere PHOENIX, July 25. E. S. DePass. secretary of tho Arirona Ilallwa) commission loft last night via tht Santa Fe for Chicago, for an indefi nite stay. He goes to attend a ses sion of the newsly created executive committee of the National Asso ciation of Railway commissioners, u. which he was recently appointed. At tho last annual convention o! the national association of rallwaj commissioners a committee com posed of one commissioner from each state and territory, was appointed to make an investigation ot express rates and coditions generally, gov ernlng the express business of the country. Mr. DePass was named as tho commissioner for Arizona. This body was found tq.. be too large and unwieldly to successfull perform the functions expected of It so nn executive committee has beer appointed composed of tho follow lng named seven gentlemen: C. F Staple of Minnesota, chair man; Martin S. Decker of New York, O. P. GotLlin, of Ohio, HalforC Krlckson of Wisconsin, L. B. Finn of Kentucky, E. S. DePass or Aii zona and Orville 1 r.erry of Illinois The committee will meet In Chicago July 27th and the length of lu sessions cannot now be determined It is possible that after the Chicago meeting sessions will be held it som0 other places if ,deslrabIo. Tht duty assigned to tho committee k to make a careful study of condl tions governing the express business, rates, etc, the country oer and embody its findings in a report to be made to the National association of Hallway commissioners at it next annual meeting. To accomplish this the committee is extending an invitation to any and nil persons who are interested , In the express business, either ai company officials, railway officials lrubllc service commissioners or as . shippers, or to any other pernor 1 who dosires to be heard on the sub ject of the express rates or the ex prcs3 business. The representative! of the express companies are invitee i to present facts and conditions from j their view points as are the patrons of the companies, it is planned to compile the data and report it to the .National association as a -sort ol a hand book, for its use hereafter, a. volume that will give state com missions generally a great deal ol Information needed in the conduct of their business. A great many facts can be be compiled that vwili l generally useful to all. The committee proposes to hear testimony on any timely subject It may decide to tafco up in respect of rates or other matters, if it shat. be developed at the Chicago hearing that tho committee can to advant age hold other hearing; at ce-n jvenlent central points it "will cal I them, otherwise it will finish It I work in that city. It Is tho initiating ot a new movement In tho study of the express business and the com imlttee is not only inviting tho at , tendance of all concerned but wilt jbe glad state commerce commission (has announced that the Interstate commerce commission is to under take a similar line of Investigation out mat win Dg-an entirely different enterprise. The subject of this Investigation is j one of national interest and import- sute ai me present irae anu owing to the case of the Arizona lUllway .commission against Wells Fargo j Co., recently heard in Phoenix, Ari zona Is more vitally interested than any other state. The way the Ari zona case was presented to the inter state commerce commission has at tracted a great deal of attention and favorable comment As is well well known the caso was prepared largely by Mr. Do Fass who was the chief witness for the complainant and undoubtedly his selection as one j of the seven members ot the e-'pe-utlve committee of th0 national as ! siciatlon, is due in large part to bi seiflcient work. It is not only a deserved recognition of the ef forts of Mr. DePass but It places Arizona in th0 Jimellght In a very creditable way. ! Was, Arizona onco inhabited by' a raco of gioi Is? Were tie deserts peopled by Titanic monsters of hu man ln igenco bofore the ro.uing of the mound builders? or was the skeleton discovered at Juniper by Peter Marx of Juniper that of a man whose hugs body made him a i. Hath amoug a race Jf ordinary mor tals What wlif be generally acknowl edged to be one of the moit won derful and Important discoveries of prehlstonc lift 'bat has ever been made. In tie U-.iltiJ Mutes has been reported frti !niil;,tv, aud the tes timony of the original discoverer Is corroborated by responsible witness es who have seen the skeleton In the possession of Mr. Marx. He discovered it by nccldont on his farm early in tho week, and when asked to give a description of the skeleton, he gave the following in teresting account. "The bones of this monstrous hu man may have represented a race ot men or a single individual. At any rate, tho skeleton of tlie man j in my possession. Is sufficiently com plete so that the dimensions; which are astounding, may be accurately ascertained and so far as the pres ent generation is to be considered from w hat I can learn, there is no i comparison to be formed. In the first place the skull is of such an ab- nsmial el.. tl-lf it I a nvAi"ir-.i ... n ,1 of this day placed it over his head. he still could find room to move 11 backwards and forwards or up and down with case, without disturbing his natural positions. From meas urements taken of this skull, a num ber 10 hat would be required to tit it. The teeth, several of which are still imbedded in the jawbone, sub stantiate the iminonso size of the head. They aro fully one-third larger than those ot the men of today and present moro the. appearance ot tusks than of molars of the human family. Other dimensions ot tho bead reveal similar evidences in fharmony with the above. As to the bones, thero is no disputing .the fact that tho owner was synnnetri. cally formed, of Immense size and herculean strength. The thigh and loner limbs 1 rid lea to at least twice the size of the average man of to day. Discovery an Accident. "I mado the discovery by mere ac eldent. My attention some weeks ago was directed to that part ot the farm by Hood waters passing through cut ting a ditch. A few bones were found on the surface, but my im pression at the time was centered in tho belnef that they were those of some animal that had been killed. I dug into tb0 bank that was ex posed by tho rushing waters, and when a distance ot about three feet In depth had been reached, the skull was found. Tho bones that wore strewn around for a few feet," with those found in the ground, were put together with the above result The skeleton is only partially com plete, but there is enough in evi dence td show- that it was that of a giant. '"After making this discovery, my observations were continued, when metallic arrowheads and spears, stone hooka to hold garments togeth er, a plumb bob of stone, two Incho3 In diameter and tape-ring to a point, stone axes and butcher knives, pot tery of modern and primitive manu facture and other articles were dug up. Near hy was evidently an old fort. The walls were built of im mense boulders .Indicating that per sons of great strength performed the work. "I have been tho owner of that tract of land for over forty-one years and have resided there con tinuously. That section of the farm has never been cultivated to my knowledge o'r that of any one else in that country. No other human frame has been folmd .although 1 Intend to continue digging. The rel ics will bo kept in my possession, as I consider It a great curiosity. Mr. Clark has seen tho skeleton, visit ing the valley after 1 made the discovery." Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooib Powder Used by people of refine ment in every part of the world where the use of the tooth-brush is known, for Almost Half a Century. OB. WILDE URGES THE STUDENTS TO HELP mV0MMi WATCHES our watches will bare inspection We will be pleased to open them and show you their mach anism. We carry all of the reliable makes. 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"I have found that a lot ot young people leave tho territory every j ear for eastern or we3tern univer sities; wo ought to hold some of these for our university. With us tbey .will get good Instruction and will be making friends among the young people of Arizona. "Wo want Arizona a state. But a great lack in the territory is unity of feeling, due to geographical sep aration and to lack of acquaintance.! ine university is me Dest inrce in Arizona to promote wider acquaint ance among the young people and so among all the people. College life makes friends and firm friends, friends that understand one an- j other even If they do not agree In everything. . Isn't this, then, a good reason for ' telling your friends that they will , do better to go to the University of Arizona for at least one-half of their course, instead ot going else-, wfiere? i I cordially appreciate tho activity ) of many of our students this sum mer in trying to Becuro new stud ents. But I am convinced we have yet hardly touched the rim. We want tho whole territory to know that the students are enthusiastic for tho university a big reason for others coming. What can you your self do In the remaining weeks of the summer? What can do to help ybu? Do'you want moro catalogues, pictures,- 6r anything else? I enclose a few cards which you could hand to your friends thinking of college, making It easy for them to enter Into correspondence with me. "A good summer to you! Urgo your friends to apply early for room in the dormitory. I am in northern Arizona for July and Aug ust; write me here for quick re-' sponse. Registration day is Monday,! September 23. j "Cordially yours, ' "AIlTHUn II. WILDE, President." SIERRA CONSOLIDATED MINES ; COMPANY. 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