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On Mer.th 76 Cants , Six Mentha S4.80 One Yaar, if mm In atfvanee.tT.sa , A complata co Printing, Book Binding and Ruling EU6Uflm,nC. Mining Com ,pny WcrK a SKCIe.ty. Addraaa all Cammunlcatlona to THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. Blase. Arizona. Colonel Roosevelt's Idea of a broad and enlightened patriotism Is an In- tentlon to vote too Bull Moose ticket Immediately after having declared and voted for the republican ticket, as he wants the progressives all to do In 'Maine. k tf- ! !T ','l'erkens and Munscy each cave $15,000 toward the Bull Moose cam ,paign, bo the report states. That is fa vctt small amount fjor men as rwealihy as they. Can't the colonel make them Jar loose In the same way he separated Archbold from his toln? 'J i " ii The country Is to have a test of the parcels post, the first of the year, al though on a minor scale. Gradually It wtfl be worked out so that It will become a useful department of the government, and will be patronised In the United States as largely as it ls'4n''foreIgn countries. ! ' . The Bull moose progressives have named their candidates for presU dential electors and congressmen and that will be as far as they will got In this campaign, so far as Arizona is concerned. The Arizona electoral vote will go to Wilson and Marshall and Hon. Carl Hayden will easily win trie seat in congress. Reports from Douglas say that our neighbor on the border Is putting on military airs again. With the ninth cavalry and three troops of the Fourth on this side of the line and with something like eight hundred Mexi can federals, Including four hundred Yaquis Indians In Agua Paleta, the Douglasite should feel secure from barm. CARBLED NEWS. The special dispatch sent out from Red Rock, to several papers In the state about the terrible debauch ot a prisoner and his guards at a sa loon In Red, Rock should not have been printed by any paper wanting to give facts and reaj news. The dis patch was so highly colored that any one would know that there was some thing wrong. It was sent by wire from Red Rock four days after the alleged debauch took place. This alone should have caused any news paperman to "smell a mouse." The same dispatch came to The Review, but the evident desire to do Injury to Governor Hunt, and the other ear marks of "colored" news were so plan that it was not used. The newspapers that printed "it are now explaining, but they can't undo the wilfull damage done to Governor Hunt nor to the warden of Uo prison. "What the Bull Moose Is really work ing is a more restricted and a more complete trust ownership of govern 'iicnt than we have now. Should the ifcrt? Moofo party come Into power S .cr.tlngency which vc mention be es cse o f'ts theoroticcal Interest; but Ml because or Its practical danger e rhonld discover that Mr. Perkins, Ks. Morgan, et al, would be telling the pvrjniment how "to be good," while pretending to permit the government (01111 them. In reply to the Inquiry of the man who sjgns himself "Hugh Bill." we will say that the rates to be estab lished by the corporation commission regarding electricity and gas fur. nlshpd by the Tucson Gas, Electric Light & Power company will not be retroactive. The company will be al lowed to keep what it has collected from you. If Penrose had to spend $25,000 of Standard Oil money to carry lh. stale when the republicans elected their ticket by 500.000 majority, how much would he have to spend to car ' ry the state this year when the signs point to a democratic victory? Recently a story was printed cal culated to Injure Governor Hunt It cam? from a man who was not pres ent when the Incident he was supposed to relate happened. "When enemies of the state administration," remarked the Phoenix Gazette, "have to manu facture falsehoods without any foun dation of facts for them to rest on. Iniorder to try and discredit it, they arelnretty short of real ammunition fofUnlpa'gn purposes.. That Red Rock story was iair mwiib vi io ---. to which some of them will go. The roanwas given the privilege of visit ing'hls family on petition of his neigh bors, -was accompanied by two guards, IT JARS THE REPUBLICANS Roosevelt has" now ordered his tol- s r lowers In Maine to leave the repub lican party and put up progressive electors so that the republican vote will be split In that state this fall and ho democrats will be suro to carry It. He did not order the di vision until after the state election because, be says, the governor-elect had promised him that If the split was not ordered until after the elec tion he, the governor, would then sup port the progressives. What a shock this will be to Wil liam Howard Taft and Chairman Hlllcs, who have Just got through issuing interviews .declaring that Main was certain to go for Taft this fall because 'there 'was no dlvls. ion of the party In that state and be cause the republicans. In their com pact and united ranks, could defeat the democrats by; 3048 In a state elec tion where nothing but state Issues were discussed. The action of the progressives, fol lowing Roosevelt's orders, not only makes the slate certain for the dem ocrats, hut It shows what the colonel Intends doing to Mr. Taft where he gets the opportunity. We are now anxiously awaiting to hear what Mrs. Taft has to say about it. ' i THE THIRD PRESIDENTIAL TERM. Many of tho big newspapers real Izo that Colonel Roosevelt bad, in great degree, "lived down" the third term objection to his candidacy for nresident. and not a few ot them have begun to again endeavor to pa rada this third term feature before the public "lest they forget" Colonel Roosevelt, and, apparent ly,, a large number of the people have also lost sight of Colonel Roosevelt's unmistakable declaration that the third term" was a proper and neces sary usage, as well as his repeated assurances that, vnder no circum stances, would he again become a candidate for the presidency. True, there is to be no third term. at any rate not at this time. It is nraeticallr assured that Governor Woodrow Wilson will te cnosen i" laio Tn tarhat 411 OCCUT ifouT years later it Ja difficult to forecast though there are those who believe that Colonel Roosevelt's campaign now Is for the purpose of providing himself with an organization for use in 1916, when he expects to ride Into ,, -,-o.Monrr araln. Meantime, the Roosevelt influence Is regarded strong enough to prevent legislation by congress regulating terms of In cumbency In the presidencf. As Colonel Roosevelt is now build ing machinery for 1916 purposes, so are the Taft people endeavoring to bold Uie rtepnb-ican machinery xa" getber for 1916 purposes. the republicans nor the progressives expect to w4a In 1912. Each wishes to&ekinfnbUnirftryn tor jh- ' .tT -tt t, t EDITORIAL COMMENT INTERVENTION IN MEXICO. (Louisville Courier Journal) Intervention in Mexico would mean sn extremely expensive, and prob ably long continued, war ot con quest In a country where transpor tation facilities are poor and travel difficult Wo should do what wc set out to do, but the game would not be north the candle. The position of the United States as a republic averse to wars of conquest and ag grandizement of territory would bo sacrificed, along with the cordial re lations now existing between this country and Latin America, and the confidence ot Europe and Asia In America's Intentions In South Amer ica. From the misfortune of cross ing the Rio Grande, may the Lord and the president deliver us! THE TRUTH OUT AT LAST. (New York Sun.) Ye have It from his own lips; let anybody dare to question It, hereaft er. The colonel, standing with his back against the wall of his castle at Oyster Bay. lifts up nls voice ana speaks the momentous words: "Tnoy cant gel anytnmg on me, because I have never done anything wrong!" Ipse dixit Too great to palter with modest evasion, too brave to lie likn a Dolltician who affects to confess his shortcomings, the colonel tells the truth. And verily, doesnt shame the devil? THE TENDER POINT. i ii. 'TttEMOMEHT ty Boy lC.tvToiJ.Uoiv. q Some Hot Weather Verse. Oh. hear tho slelgbbells ringing, A most delightful sound , The beauteous snow Is falling And blanketing the ground. The kitchen pipes are freezing The plumber's on the way. Seems like old-fashioned winter Has come this time to stay. Oh, hear the wheels all squeaking Upon the frozen snow, The whiskers of the drivers Are. freezing as they go. Stoke up the hot air furnace. Pile quilts upon the bed, The mercury Is droppln. So cover up 'your bead. A good old-fashioned winter. The first since "69, The kind that makes a feller Feel full of lfe and fine. I say there's nothing like It To make the red blood flow; I love It crisp and snappy And twenty-five below. urrnw Wilson will be cnosen president this Vear, It Is doubtful If the republican party can again ever reassert itself or that the progress- i will really develop. Tho outlook la for many years of democratic rule. (St Louis Republic) . In view of the character of the democratic nominee, the democratic platform and flie present temper of democratic leadersnip. wny ao noi the men in the progressive movement who really desire progress cast n their lot with us? There Is, we believe. Just one cniet reason: tbe progressive aaorauon oi the protective principle In tariff making. "We believe," says the pro gressive platform, "in the protective tariff." There 1b no use la mincing matters. The thing the progressive so warmly champions for the pWtform goes on through the laminar lormuia as o "equalizing conditions of competition" and all the rest of It Is the thing which the democracy Is especially anxious to smite between tho eyes. The difficulty of merging the honest and sincere portion of the Roosevelt fol owing into ine wuson louuwiug m precisely the difficulty of fusing two companies when the evil angel of the one Is the good angel ot the other. This is written in no unappreci- atlve or unfriendly spirit There is In the progressive Tanks an element that should be in tne democratic par ty, but Is restralnea Dy allegiance io the tariff. Compromise is impossiuie, but conversion Is highly to te de sired. Now is the time when demo crats should be ready to give a rea son for the faith that is in them. The wool schedule is a good place to begin. Under the Payn-Aldrlch law the duty on clothing wool Is 41 per cent The bill which President Taft Just vetoed would have reduced this to 29 per cent This Is, roujth ly, one-third off. The duty on some grades ot combed wools Is 232 per cent The president Is willing to sanction a 20 per cent reduction ot this tremendous tax, but thinks any greater cut would be "ruinous" to the Industry. There is no occasion to be techni cal. Tho "'anxious Inquirer" need not burden bis weary mind with figures. Let him remember Just one or two facts. This nation inhabits the breadth of a continent We have hundreds of thousands of square miles of semi-arid land specially adapted to the raising of sheep. In menchan lcal Ingenuity we are unsurpassed nmnnf thp neonles of the earth. We have nearly 60.000,000 sheep and clip annually more than 250,000,000 pounds of wool. . . Why should this great ana liourisu Ing Industry need to be protected by laying a tax on the clothing of the poor and the material composing it varying from almost one-half the value of the product to more than twice Its value? Why should everybody be taxed for somebody? How can the progressive party .e true to Its name If it leaves the In iquity of the tariff off Its list of evils to be opposed? You cannot make a party progressive by calling It progressive. As Lincoln remarked If you call a sheep's tail a leg it will still hao but four legs for the change In the name doesn't change the thing. The progressive party proposes to get rid of the bosses and the cor ruptlonlsts. It never can so long rs Its drags that ark of the covenant of graft the protective tariff, along with It For where the carcass la thither also will the vultures be gathered together. "THIS DATE IN HISTORY" Seutember 13. 1598 King Philip II. of, Spain died. Bora May 21. 1527, 1732 Gen. Andrew Pickens, famous soldier of tbe Revolution, corn in Pennsylvania. Wed In South Carolina. Aug. 11, 181.. 1742 Faneull Hall completed and presented to the town of Boston 1,759 General (Wolfe lulled in Ithe . assault on Quebec. 1803 John Barry, first commodoro of the United States navy, died In Philadelphia. Bcfn In Ireland S In 1745. 1806 Charles'James kFox,-celebrated English staiesmaK dlTd,Bra Jan. '24, 1749.' y' '- 1S19 Completion of . the. Alexandria canal in Egypt 1847 American army under Gen. Scott captured Chanultaped, and the next day entered the City of Mexico. 18S6 Canadian Paclfllc Railway tele Satisfied. I'm only a commonplace Sort of a lob. I've got no false motions and I'm not a snob. Who has no ambition to Raise any bob. No bee buzzes round my old Ivory knob. For more worlds to conquer I Never do sob. In peace and contentment I Smoke my old cob I'm thankful T. R. isn't After MY Job. Good Salt Hot Weather Menu. BREAKFAST Buckwheat Cakes FjJrk Dainty Pig Sausage Oatmeal and Doughnuts Hot Mince Pie. Coffee LUNCHEON Boiled Dinner Sauerkraut and Speek Hot Gingerbread. Pig's Knuckles and Cabbage Pumpkin Pie , Coffee DINNER Old-fashioned Coektall Corned Beef and Cabbage Hot Pork and Beans Pate de fol Gras Potatoes au Gratin Potato Pancakes Sasonpfeffer Coffee What a Woman Can Do. She can do a first-class Job of car penter work with a pair ot shears. She can fix almost anything with a hairpin and a bottle ot glue. Sho can smile when she Is miser able and weep when she Is happy. She can make a $57 bat put ot an old birdcage and some trimming off sn old party gown. She can put away things where nobody (Including herself) can ever find them. She can suffer the privations and hardships of a martyr to preserve her figure. She can make a full meal out ot a pickle and a dish ot ice cream. you A Letter from the Seashore, Dear HuBband: I take my pen in hand to let know that we are well: That life is one long dream in this resort hotel. The girls and I have spent the coin you gave us when we came. You didn't give us half enough to keep us with the game. You'll bare to send two hundred more. There Is no doubt of It We hopo this letter finds you well and happy. Please remit The breezes by the shore are fine. The girls are feeling great They've had fifteen proposals each and splendid ones to date. The aristocracy Is hero and search ing for Its health. Our health Is all we could desire, but we are shy on wealth. If I don't get some boodle soon I'm going to have a fit We've had no check for most a week; dear husband, please remit This Is a vory pretty place. The boating Is immense. The tennis courts aro up to date. The foliage Is dense. The bathing beach Is perfect and you will be glad to know We're having such a lovely time. We're always on the go. We're sorry for you, husband dear, but sure admire your grit In staying up in town this kind of weather. Please remit. There are some lovely people here. The table fare Is fine. We wish that you could be here, too with your fiahpole and line. Be sure and take care ot the house, and do not work too bard. And do not fail to feed tho cats. Be sure and mow the yard. We're sorry for you, but If you place value on your life Send that two hundred by next mail So long, your loving wife HAIGLER The Real Estate Man Fire Insurance The Best, Bargains In Homes Money Money Money TO LOAN Phone 76, O. K. BIk. Opposite Depot jzWM&spo&vngmo? Wsalgy -3.: Edrs&K prises In plant life and await the excursloner. bird life DO YOU ENJOY WHAT YOU HAVE? What's become of the walking en thusiasm which animated us only a few years ago? Has It died out en tirely? Have we slumped back Into sitting on our shoulderblades and acquiring dyspepsia? Or have so many of us been able to buy auto mobiles that all our energy Is con sumed In steering the thing and get ting fine wrinkles about our eyes squinting against the sunlight Walking never ruined complexions like automoblllng. In fact a sensi ble walk Is the best toner-up. the finest all-round tonic and beauty help lhat any doctor or beauty ex pert can recommend. And It's uo cheap! Somehow, too, one can enjoy things so much more, when walking, than when whizzing along a road. One can see each Individual flower by the wayside and sniff Its fragrance may be pluck a spray to be fastened in a convenient button hole. One can leave the road according to desire and plunge Into long grasses and send the grasshoppers flying. Or one can explore an In viting wood, where the feet sink deep Into soft moss and where little sur- One contented to sit at home, or the proud possessor of a machine, doesn't know the Joy of climbing over an old rail fence the kind our grand fathers made and bf which there are still a few about the country. And he doesn't know what It means to wander beside a bit of a brook, fol lowing Its curious twists, sometimes leaping from stone to stone, and presently discovering the old spring with a bucket of milk cooling in It H is Impossible to gain a real In timacy with nature when flashing by In an automobile. The mind Isn't attuned to It in the first place The thoughts are concentrated upon the handling ot the machine and upon "getting there." There is not that feeling of aloneness, with something big and wonderful and yet very close and dear More ground Is covered, to be sure Distances are achieved and wide landscape views are Bcanned. But more Is learned and enjoyed In a five mile stroll a willful wandering about roads and fields and woods than In any 35 mile dash between towns. When I think of the blessings we have close at hand, even If we're not blessed with much of mundane cash, I wonder that so many of us persist in being discontented. Happiness consists really In en invlnir that which we have and In recognizing how much we have. Tho poorest of us have tho roads to walk in and the right to look at and en Joy the results of other's wealth It costs nothing to walk through the parks, to live under a tree and watch saucy little white clouds scud ding across the sky. We don't have to pay any fee to walk along the outside of the high iron fence that encloses the mansion and beautiful grounds ot old Gotrox. It's ours for the looking at It, and we don't have to worry about the ex pense of keeping It up. FASHIONABLE ADVENTURE (St Louis Republican) A number of Chicago's wealthy women have quit dronWc and gone to work. The cul'lyation of flowers first allured them. Scon they camo to know that earth motnera utility as well os 1eauty The growing of vege tables raised d fad to an Indufctry. They haVe- been so successful that they Intend exhibiting their products at the Jail fairs. Tney expect to win prizes with their potatoes, beans and corn. They are ptoud of their prowess psVttllfrSfOf the boll. - r -J Mn?ory" records -a similar . experi ment 'ButUhe ventoro at Versailles of the court of IouIs XVI was apre tensc. Theso poor, helpless butter files lacked the sturd traditions of our Chicago colony- They only knew how to play. Tho will to work was not their heritage. They ldlcd-at toll. As she was riding to Uio Place de la tolnette glimpsed the stern logic ot It all. Our country lias grown amazingly big and rich. But it is still superbly young. Only yesterday Its hands were calloused with ax and hammer and hoe The kuowiedgo of labor Is the patrimony o Hue American house. Grandfather fonght his way to fort une with his fisn. The Instinct for work is ours. It la our greatest leg-a-v h we rich or poor. Should wo ever lose It we shall be equipped to achieve as oitinous a failure as did i WHERE QUALITY and SERVICE COUNT Independent Fuel & Feed Company Exclusive Agents. Lee's Poultry Supplies Drink ing Fountains, Feed Boxes, Sprayes, etc. HAY GRAIN COAL AGENTS STUDEBAKER VEHICLES See Us For Fine Livery Rigs Mules For Sale Brophy Carriage Company LOWELL PHONE 284 THE A3STTLERS CAFE MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. O. PHONE 221 WM. ROBINSON Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JEAtERS IN OREGON AND TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD 8HINCJt.ES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS HARDWARE, DOORS AND CASHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOT8 A SPECIALTY. TELEPHONE L-12S EMIL MARKS, Manaaer. i Wiilt'.WniTT7M7j Summer Tourist Fares ON SALE DAILY until September 30, 1912. Low round trip rates to all principal Eastern and Northern Points. FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31 DIVERSE ROUTES LIBERAL STOPOVERS TO FROM BISBEE TO New York i 96 25 Uoston 104.05 Baltimore ... .s 84.95 Washington 84.95 Cincinnati 74.65 Memphis 67.90 Kansas City 5105 St. Louis 60.05 Chicago 6S05 Denver 4S80 Detroit . 76.05 Cloudcroft 14.80 Full Information regarding rates, reservations, routes, etc., will be cheerfully furnished by your A sent, or by, EUGENE FOX, General Passen ger Agent, El Paso, Texas I . Masses Will Still Be Uasslng. ' A soap box orator the other night, at the close of a fervid appeal, wound up with the following lucid and ex-i presslve peroration: "And now, com-j rades, after everything' baa been said. after everything; has been done, the great masses' of the people will still ' graph lines opened for business I Concords it n.ey-tu that'Msne An. constitute tea bulk ot the population." COPPER QUEEN CONSOLIDATED MINING CO. REDUCTION WORKS r We Ai Now in the Market for the Purchase of Copper Ore , and Copper Matte Correspondence Solicited Address i- Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co. DOUGLAS ARiZQuA 'fr'wk rwpSrw"1" . 3.. j i ! tttjutLjAiAjLUi '.". ttt tziiifzxiizuinx :ijjj.ljjjj2J1iii:2121 . -.mini r:"::-i L