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Six MonUie , H.SK) . , One Year, if pale1 In advanco.S7.aO A complete Cfco Printing. Book Binding and Ruling eetaeilsnmcnu Mining Com pany WorK a Specialty. Addreee ell Communications to THE BISBEE DAILY ME VIEW. Blebee.- Arlxona. Dr. Lillian H. South la said to, have discovered the fact that the housefly (Musca Domestical Is the souise ot the hook-worm. .. , ThV, Wheat crop and the oat crop if l ' . this year was 'unusually largo which may account. forhc exceptional num ber, of straw votes beluga taken. After November the railroad com- Iany vrbesa trains run through Bev- crly will get out a new time card H which will show that trains will stop C at tihat place on signal only, and then It will be only local freight that Willi, answer the signal! A fashion note asserts that sido whiskers, strapped trousers and per fumed handkerchiefs are coming Into fashion again. Let 'cm come. They nro not mentioned In the game law. Taft says it'Iqt the goat that Is af fecting h!s foot and that the. trouble Ist.coranlicatcd by a sprained anl-Je. Still many of us believe that he kicked the hat with-the Wilson brick under While the returns from the primary held this week indicates that Hon. Ed Tovrea was defeated for tho nomi nation as a candidate for elector It will bo pleasing to his friends to know that he received a loyal support from the democrats In Cochso county. The vote was very light throughout the atate and the three wlnnners on the democratic ticket will probably receive but little more than ten per cent of the democratic vote In tbd state, nisbe". with a total democratic vote of 800 or 900 only cast 290. Of this number Mr. Tovrea received 2S4, a flattering testimony of his popular ity among the democrats of his home rty. The latest returns indicate the nomination of Hon. Wley E. Jonts, of Pinal county and Hon. W. T. Webb of Graham county. Tho third place on the democratic ticket will probably go to Hampton, of Greenlee or Bab bitt, of Coconino. The position of elector Is purely an honorary posi tion with no. compensation, even to cover the expense of a trip to the national capital. Dr. South is the state bacteriologist V of Kentucky and her researches have been conducted in the state laboratory at Bowling Green and the discovery has been confirmed by Pror. Wickliffe Rose of the Rockefeller institute at Washington, D. C. Professor Rose Is the disbursing secretary of the cam-, palgn started for the eradication ot the hookworm and he pronounces it on? of the most remarkable dlscor erles of the age. IMPORTANT-IF TRUE. Dr. South has found that the house fly carries the egg of the parasite that causes tho disease that creates the Infection. The housefly has long been known to carry the germs of y phold.'tuberculosls and other diseases, but up to this time It has not hecn suspected of propagating the hook worm. Dr. South, whllo conducting her resea'ches. conceived the Idea that the fly carried tho parasite which waa doposlled under the skin of tjieil'iman victim. Under a microscopic examination it was developed that there werf hun jrt. t. jLii,'i. nth ab- fl'fcpSojheM the ek?hi$abready been hatched and the infinitesimal worms which reach a length o fabout an inch at maturity, wore plilnly vlslblo under Utofcssor iioo op V ISi-eWf the' clares that tho work done by Ur South will accomplish more for the permanent eradication of the "scourge of the south' 'than that ot any other investigator In tho field. BACKBONE OF PROSPERITY IS CURVED. When a delegation of republican congressmen Issued a ukase thct the tariff is tho backbone of Pennsylva nia's prosperity and the only issue In the campaign, they thought they had sslld tho last word. That was the old way of doing before people began to think ot who really was benefitted by high tarir. Tho new way demands a more rigid adherence to the truth. An Investiga tion ot th Industrial situation In Phil adelphia, hive of protected industries, shows thrt the average annual wage in nine of the city's twelv leading industries Is ?61S. ami tnIs ,s P8sible only when the laborer works fifty-two weeks a year. . In the toxtile mills, the highest pro tccted of all industries, 34,000 out of CC.000 workers are womoii over hall and !,000 aro children. The women average- $1.06 a day and the children average 4S- cent's a day. The hours ot labor arc longer than most any other Industry, and the death rato front oc cupational d'sease is frightfully high. If this Is the backbone of Pennsyl vania's prosperity it must bo pitifully afflicted with curvaturo-of tho spine. But U Is the backbond of tho fort unes of the -vcalthy manufacturers who receive high protection, such as is given tho Philadelphia mills, the Massachusetts mills, and other textile mills In tho country. This protecton. is git on "In order that the American worklngman may receive h'gbcr wa?es than his foreign competitor, and that ho may b9 able to educate his children and have some of tho comforts of life." This Is the result of the Wgh pro tection adtocated by Taft and by Roosevelt Roosevelt reiterates In al most every speech that he Is for pro tectlon and yet one-half of his fol lowers are opposed to It These women and little children; they are working for tho tariff baron who pays them little and who charges the ultimate consumer a high price for his goods because he Is highly pro-J tccted and does not fear competition-1 EDITORIAL COMMENT REVISING THE RULES. (St I.ouls Republic ) English law and English court prac tice, which Amer.ca inherited, were lhe growth of centuries. No Napoleon ever arose to make a code for the Anglo-Saxon. His laws and procedure were evolution, and like other evolved things, generally what Is vital and useful in them nas always been more or Ws concealed and cumbered by the rubbish of outgrown forms. The United States have been more conser vative than Great Britain herself in cling ng to ancient methods ot logal procedure Absurd subterfuge!: and fictions made necessary by the imper fect state ot the law ot hundreds of years ago are still potent tor mischief In some American jurisdictions, al though they long ago c?ased lo have any power for good. Reforms have teen undertaken au'l carried through In most of the states, but tho United Stales still liia-.r in the wake of progress. It is gratifying to learn, therefore, that three Justices of the Supreme Court are sacrificing their vacations this year to work on a new set of rules for equity practice. It .is their constitutional duty to do so. and every method they can devise for the elevation of substance above proced ure will be welcome. VHY WORRY? fN'cw York World.) We refuse to worry over the big bugaboo thrt Colonel Harvey raises in the North American Rovlew. He says truly that If enough eleo toral votes are received by Taft and Roosevelt respect!-ely the election of 5 president may be thrown Into the house of representatives. He says truly that If tho house falls lo choose a president the senate must elect a vlre president who, In the event of failure to name a president, will suc ceed to the office. Beyond this we re fuse to go. Why be scared to death when you have a sure thing James 13. Sherman has no terrors for hs. Tho present senate would not elect him to a doorkeepership "Ifs" will not count this year. The only question as to the rosult of the coming election Is whether Taft or Roosevelt will run a third. A tinitea deMorjicy assisted by about one million disgusted and we!i-cnred ronnbllcans and the split that has taken nlace In the ranks 61 th'Sfark Hanna party., should glvd4 'Goferndr .Wilson 'an' almost unanimous vnjeia thetfejectbral' college. THEYeOL'GHT TO KNOW Milwaukee Sentinel.) Mr. Corey and Mr. Schiff both allow as how the colonel Is the only man for president. Verily, It Is the party of the peapie. ON-m OF-mEMOMEST 2y Boy According to Uncle Abner. There ain't no way ot tellin' Just how old a woman is and It's safer not to, anyhow. I always feel sort of suspicious like of a feller who don't take the slightest Interest In either .baseball or politics. Amry Tlbbs Is gettln to be quite a dude. He has got two shirts no one on and one In the laundry. The main trouble is that, when a feller Is able to take a rest, he don't feel very tired and when he Is All tired out, he has to keep right on eawln' wood. A feller that uses pink note paper Is only another living proof that na ture makes a mistake once in a whllo. Lem HIgglns Is In a fine bole. He has sold his farm and bought an oatmobllo and now he hasn't got enough money to run it Hank Purdy has found a place where be kin sell dead files for 5 cents a pint and be has been swat ting every day since May 1st He has saved up seven dead files already and ou;;ht to get rich at It provldin' he makes money. There are two things In this worlJ that are entirely unnecessary and they are 2 pair of ear-muffs. Pustmaster Ttbbitts says he hopes Taft is re-elected and nobody kin 'dame him so very much at ihat Tu-re is gol-:' w t:. jot ot sim plified siml'im' in this country If tho stenographers ever go on a strike. The only thing natural about the present campaign Is that Debs Is runnln'. Back to the Soil, i They're urgln' weary clty'men to m back io the soil, To tinker up their shattered nerves by good old honett toll. They say It does a feller good to live close to the ground With not a high-toned French oafe for fifty miles around. That may sound fine and dandy when a feller is town-bred, And doesn't know a spring tooth harrow from a foldin' bed. I But to us fellers on tho farm who've ' AMmmtQBVEg&mw ?j1ajfc -&' Z' Z 1 H gtgngLWI 1 WOMEN MORE HONEST "I believe people are getting mo o honest and more genuine." declared a matron who dois her own house work and is proud oi the fact that she accomplishes it all so neatly and quickly "I was brought up to think that housework was a disgrace," she went on. "In my youth the woman who did her own work did it behind closed doors and lied about the sud den calling away of her servant, or bow impossible it was to keep one of the independent creatures, or something of the sort Life was on long series of makeshifts among those who couldn't afford a servant, or It was one long series of pinch ing economies In order to pay the wages of a 'hired girl,' as we used to call a maid. "In school we girls looked down upon any girl whoso mother had to do her own work, and It was a pos itive disgrace to be caught washing dishes. "I remember a bad siege we had "THIS DATE IN HISTORY." September 12 1494 Francis 1-. king of France, born. Died May 31, 1517 1C87 John Alden. one of tho leaders ot the Pilgrims, died in Dux- bHry, Mass. Bom In England in I591. 1683 Turkish army routed before Vi enna by allies under command of John Sobleak! and the Duke of Ijorralne. 1759 Wolfe landed troops at Quebec. 1812 The Indians besieging Fort Wayne. Indiana, fled on the approach of a relieving party under Gen. Harrison. 1814 Gen Rose, In command tho British armv advancing on Bal timore, killed at North Point. 182C Abduction of William Morgan at Canandalgua, N. Y.. which incident gave rise to the Any Masonic political party. 1829 Charles Dudley Warner, famous author, born In Plalnfiold. Mass. Died In Hartford. Conn., Oct, 20. 1900. ISSfi-pDr Marcus Whitman and his 1 ' party arrived at Fort Vancouver Protecting the -Poodle. "Do you believe that kisses trans mit microbes T "I .don't know, but I'll take no chances. Marie, don't let anylsody kfss Fldo." eocrriAi mi'A-riuErp 'TJay Star Theatre, AumTssIon 15c. J 1 SPm c K.Sfoultoiv. S been agin" the game, All ot our lives, that sage advice sounds purty doggone tame. It ain't so gol dum dandy and St ain't so gol dum fine To bop out ot the hay at four in- stld ot eight or nine. It ain't so 'tarnal cheerful to do three hours' work beforo The farmer's wife yells: "Breakfast" from the old farm kitchen door. It ain't no sort of easy snap to work right through tilt night. And do back-breaking stunts as long as there Is any light. They say It Is a rest-cure and It pos sibly may be. But sb a rest It never yet has quite appealed to me. The poets write quite purty of the everla8tiiV hills,.' A The wooded glens and lowin' klne and little babbling rills. Of course. It Is the, only life that's healthful right aloug. But still it ain't what you would al ways call a glad sweet song. There's plenty of tho other thins. tho hard, heartrcndln' toll And I guess that theni city guys who go back to the soli Would work about one good hot day with sun a-bcatln' down. And then they'd pack their grips aud gladly yell, "Back to the Town." Advice to Husbands. When she makes a hat, admire H, even though It looks like a Welsh rarebit nightmare. It will save you a lot of money In the long run. When you are out late, you may as well tell her the truth. She won't belicvo It, anyhow. - -i Don't be grouchy about 'her allow ance, even It It runs up as high as 25 centc a week. Eat what she cooks and keep your mouth shut If you keep your mouth shut you can't eat very much, so It won't hurt you. It she wants to paint the furniture over every week and put the pianola in the kitchen, let her do it, for she will do It anyhow, whether vou let her or not UidiaOCfalgr In our own home. Mother wanted to help father through a time of stringent finances, and she let our servant go. We used to pull down the curtains and lock all the doors and refuse to answer the doorbell while we did the work. Tho washing wo dried In the attic so nobody might see one of us hanging out clothes. We would have been so cially ostracized It It had been found out "I remember how wo bemoaned the fact that we couldn't find a suit able girl and how awfully languid and ladjllke wc were when wo re ceived our callers. I remember, too. what agonized moments we gave to our hands and faces, so that we wouldn't show the 'coarseness' of the work we were doing. "I think it was that experienro Uiioh snobbishness. For I discovered that I liked housework and abhorred pretense. And it was so nice to be Just by ourselves In the house, and say what we liked, without putting on any airs before a servant We could express our sentiments at the tops of our voices if we wished, with out a moral certainty that our re-marks would bo carried to our neigh bors' servants and thence through tho whole community. "I wouldn't have a maid in my house for anything. I have a woman come in by the day when I need her. The rest I do myself ad It's a posi tive Joy for me to run my own busi nessfor housekeeping Is a business If there ever was one- And I know lots of other women now who are doing Just as I do using their brains and hands for the home, . and un ashamed to acknowledge. It That's why I thing we're more genuine and honest than we were." PASSENGER EXPERTS MEET SEATTLE. Wash., cpt. 12. Several hundred representatives of the pas scngers departments of the leading railroads of tho United States and Canada gathered in Seattle today for the fifty-seventh annual convention of tne Mnencan association of general passenger and ticket agents. The con vention will be in session two days. In addition to discussing numerous technical matters the members will listen to addresses hy President Sproule of the Southern Pacific and several other prominent railroad exe- cutlvc officials. Indications pctnt to the election of R. H. Wallace, ot the Erie Railroad, to S'ircced C. A, Calms, ot Chicago and. Northwestern, as pres ident of the association. BRITISH TENNIS TEAM SAILS LONDON, Sept. 12 The British lawn Aenriis team which is to play the Australians for the Davis Internation al Challenge Cup sailed for Melbourne today. The team Is composed of C. P. Dixon, captA'n A. E. Beamish, F. G. Uw$v and John C. Parke. Tho,jchal-, leCge'marthW for .IhV Davis Cupw ill be.playeOJji Melbourne the latfertpart of November. DONT WAIT UNTIL YOU GET $1,000. $1X0 WILL OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT 'WITH THE BANK OF BISBEE 47e- " ' Arizona News Brevities SPEAKS IN VACANT LOT Bull Moosers of Pboenlx feelln.t that there Is no hall In the city larc enough to hold the crowd they be lieve will want to hear Roosevelt have selected for tho sceno of their meeting September 17 the vacant lot at Polk and Second streets where they will erect a temporary stand and temporary Mats. HUNT INSPECTS SCHOOI Governor Hunt this week left Phoe nix for Tucson where he attended a meeting of the board of regents of the university ot which he Is an ex officio member. From there ho went to Benson where he spent the bettor part ot a day inspecting tbo reform school. EMPLOY MORE CONVICTS Twenty more convicts are to be employed on highway work In Pinal county. This will increase the num ber in that county now engaged in such work from thirty to fifty. SENTENCE BOARD MEETS The first meeting of the Indeter minate sentence board will be held In Phoenix next month. Thereafter the board will meet once each month. NEARLY KILLS BABY While riding his bicycle on a side walk In Phoenix, J. M. Bernal entangl ed the w-heels In tho clothes of a two year old child that was on tho walk as he passed. The child was dragged twenty feet before the rider could stop and sustained painful bruises. ALLEGED SWINDLER CAUGHT Washington L. Campbell is In Jail in Phoenix charged with swindling many banks by ingenious methods. He was employed as a book-keeper at the Adams hotel when arrested and had been traced thither by detective from the coast. HORSE MAD FROM BITE A valuable horso suffering from rabies has been killed at Phoenix It was known that the animal had been b'.tten "several days before by a dog that was being watched for madness and the horse was also watched for the approaching signs. When these became evident and It was certain the animal could not be saved It was shot DENY SOLDIER CITIZENSHIP Although he had served Uncle Sam in the armv and helped to subdue fierce Apaches, Paul Mettenberg, a well known mining man, -applied for citizenlp papers at the clerks oft'ee In Preecott. he learned that he had to take out flr3t papers and could not be admitted at once. He pursued the necessary course. EXPECT MANY BANKERS Speakers have been selected for tho convention of bankers at Tucson be ginning October 18. TUc Old Pueblo expects to entertain at least 100 of the best known bankers of the state on this occasion. AUTO FOR ROAD WORK Thrt ..rtiinft.- wiaH onnAi-tntcnilnnt nf Yavapai is changing his 40 horse power automobile into a road building machine. An air compressor has been put on the machine and Is dnv-1 en by power from the engine. Other , machinery Is then attached It will ' be ttnrkiwt nn till. Pnmwr rtnsfn firflrln ' NEARLY DIES OF THIRST James White, a Bradshaw miner was rescued by a mining man from Searchlight. Nev., who found White running about in circles, crazed with thirst ONLY THREE JUSTICES Yavapai county has been rodistnet- cd as to JurUce preoincts and will hereafter have but three, one at Pres cott, one at Jerome and one at Ash Forks. A saving of about $20,000 is expected to result MEETS PECULIAR ACCIDENT John Wlreer, a Maricopa County farmer, while driving a load of hay to town fell from the vehicle and was crushed to death beneath its wheel. MASONS WILL BUILD Globe Masons are considering plans for a tine building ot their own which they have bad prepared. The Masonic Temple will cost cost $50, 000. . BIG SCHOOL INCREASE Miami claims to be the banner school district of the state. Its In crease In attendance since last year has teen 2,000 per cent WANT MORE CONVICTS Globe wants more convicts, wanta them to build roads, and has there fore petitioned Governor Hunt to send more of his honor men to Gila. BRITISH PREMIER 60 YEARS OLD LONDON Sent 12. The Rt Hon HorliPrt M vnnntth. nremler of Great I Britlan. . nuUitbf celebrated JhHt sw- l.t-.t. . kfl.J. MnnlpAweA'V (fldillr uein ' uiiLiKiax .imniiij wm. During the day he was the recipient of a flood of congratulatory messages from friends and admirers in all parts or toe unuea Kinguom auu iroui vw ada, Australia and other of tho over sea dominions. Today Star Theatre, Admission 15c HAIGLER The Real Estate Man Fire Insurance The Best, Bargains In Homes Money Money Money TO LOAN Phone 76, O. K. BIk. WHERE QUALITY and SERVICE COUNT Independent Fuel & Feed Company HAY GRAIN COAL AGENTS STUDEBAKER VEHICLES See Us For Fine Livery Rigs Mules For Sale Brophy Carriage Company LOWELL PHONE 284 THE ANTLERS CAFE MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. O. PHONE 221 WM. ROBINSON Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc. WHOLESALE AND RETAll JEALERS IN OREGON AND TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD 8F..',Gt.ES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS HARDWARE, DOORS AND CASHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A 8PECIALTY. TELEPHONE L-12J EMIL MARKS, Manager. ON SALE DAILY until September 30, 1912. Low round Uiv rates to all principal Eastern and Northern Points. 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