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THE BISiEE DAILY REVIEW ilSBEE, ABIZOWA. SATURDAY MORNING, DECE MBEfUIQ, 1910
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
"All the Newi Tha't Fit to Print"
Published at Blsbee, Arizona, the
best mining city In the west, at the
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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW.
Commenting pu the President's mcs
sago the Los Angeles Examiner says:
"The tone of the president's mes-
sago is admirable.
'it deals lucidly and frankly with
cery subject considered, and con
tains tio dark corners or subter
It ! as straightforward as the
character of the man that wrote 1L
Without bluster or timidity it sets
forth the state of the country and
rallies the confidence of the people.
"The president stands in wh,ole-
&ome contrast to his predecessor in
liis appreciation of the honesty and
etneiency of the great body of Amer
ican business men and in his steady
ing counsels for the encouragement
and enterprise and the establishment
But een among those who sharo
with the president this attitude to
ward the legitimate corporate and
commercial Interests of the coun
try, there will be grave question
whether the time has come to call
a halt, even a temporary halt, on
federal legislator, for the proper,
adequate and, elective supervision ot
trusts and corporations doing an
"Tho 'Examiner' insist that tho
neUuxl ot supervision should, with
out loss ot time, be harmonized and
completed, for the sake- ot the cor
porations & themselre3l!and ' In " order
that corporate organization may bo
niade prosperous and sound."
The final action of tho constitu
tional convention in inserting the rs
call in the constitution, a recall
which reaches the Judiciary and puts.
a club in the hands ot political agi
tators -which may to used to harass
tho courts, will most likely result
in Arizona remaining a territory,
whereas by sensible action the dele
gates might have made statehood cer
tain, and. with oar admission the
people could havo had the recall by
amendment whenever they desired
it. For weeks this newspaper, along
with almost the entire democratic
press of the territory, has pleaded
vision amonded or stricken from the
Hon. Joseph W. Dalley, Galnesvollc,
"Const'tutlonal convention has
adopted initiative cad referendum,
Has proposition to insert recall ap
plicable to all officials. Including ju
diciary. Would theso provisions. In
your opinion, endanger approval ot
constltuton by president and con
gress! Will treat answer as confi
dential for democrats or for publica
tion as you Indicate. Signed, W. 'i.
Webb, Lamar Cobb, democratic maao-
"Washington, D. C Dec .
"Hon. W. T. Weob or Kon. Lara
Cobb, phoenix. Ariz.:
"Your telegram to Gainesville for
warded here. Tho provisions you
specify aro apt to provoko opposition
of tho pres dent and might Invite the
disapproval ot congress. I am sin'
cerely anxious to seo Arizona ad
mitted to the Union and I advise
your friends there to adopt a const!
tutlon tree from all debatable provis
ions to as to secure statehood with
out delay. After becoming a state
tho people ot Arizona can then adopt
sucn amendments to her constltu
tion as. her people desire without
consulting anybody or incurring tM
risk of being kept In a territorial
condition. Signed. J. W. Bailer."
Here Is the advlco of one of the
great men and distinguished demo
crat of tho nation, a member of the
United States senate, a steadfast
friend of Arizona and tho man who
forced tho republican majority in
the senate to pass the Arizona state
hood bill. It was needless for Sena
tor Bailey to insert In his telegram
to Messrs. 'Webb and Cobb that he
desired statehood for Arizona, na
our people have had many evidences
of this desire and recognize that
without his efforts tho present con
stitutional convention would never
have been convened.
It Is surprising that any member
of the convention should have felt
called upon to assail Senator Bailey
and question his democracy for no
other reason than because he cour
teously and honestly answered a tsi-
egram seat to him by two ot the
democratic members of the convex
If the stato rf Texas Is democratic
Senator Joseph W. Bailey is a demo
crat. Ho has been many time3 as
sailed by tho socialistic and radical
element ot the democratic party In
his homo state, but from every sucii.
conflict he has como forth greater
And grander as a leader of truo de
mocracy which has never yielded to'
popultstic howls or socialistic shrieks.
Bailey stands today among tho great
men of the nation, in tho samo class
with Judson Harmon, Woodrow Wil
son and others who are the kind of
leaders who can win victory tor the
The constitutional convention dele
gates of Arizona may yet deeply re
cret that they did not follow the ad
vice of Senator Bailey. If statehood
is lost the people of Arizona will not j
soon forget those who have bowed
their necks and turned a deaf ear to
all pleading for care and caution
lAGOMJI'S .RECOUNT ;
SHOWS BIG LOSSES
WILL PROBABLY RESULT N
PROSECUTION OF DISHONEST
ENUMERATORS IN COURT
TAOOMA. Deo. 9. Statistician
Hunt, who was sent to Tacoma by
that after one month's work in rc
that after Cno months work in re I
checking and recounting the city's'
nnnulstinn bl K3.743 which is a dln
ot moro than S00 as compared with
the figures given out by Director Duri
and fonie time ago and about 33 000 1
txilow tho figures originally turned in
by tho local supervisor, A. It. Kelly.
Air, HS3t announced that on Monday
ho would begin preparing evidence
upon which he hoped to convict a
number of dishonest enumerators in
tho fedsral court.
PHOENIX. Dec. 9.1. C. Mar?, an
aiiator, scheduled for flights here to
dav and tomorrow, missed his Intend
ed train In Los Angc'e3, and arrived
here late this afternoon after many
dlf appointed spectator.! had left tnoj
ground. Ho gave a short exhibition
about 5 o'clock and promises good
flights tomoVrow. His machine was
Gent aheau and it was dl'covered
Thursday that the radiator Is miss
,ing. Mars wired but mWed his
train, while securing the mlssina part
in Los Angoles.
DAVY JONES GETS 44.
VICTORIA. Dec 9. Tho Japanese
steamer Kumamoto, 1.993 tons, was
lost with her crew of 34 men Nov.
27 oft Sado Island and a number of
bodies were washed ashore on the Is
land. During tho fame storm the
steamer Talhclr went down off Akita
Prefecture and ten of her crew were
FHOEN1X, Dec 9- A clever day
light burglary at tho residence ot
lc- Taft Ktnrtdnrrt todaV. dUrlnC
the absence of the family resulted j
in the loss of about 51.000 worth
cf Jewelry, watches, diamonds and
a small amount of money. It was
evidently professional work. There
were no arrests,
Get a discount coupon at Henke
Closing Out Sale
We have decided to discontinue our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department
and will close out our entire stock of Ladies' Ready-to-wear Goods at less
than wholesale cost. You can save one-half on ladies' suits, coats, waists,
skirts, shoes, etc "A closing-out sale at closing-out prices."
THE MINERS STORE
20 New Violins
from $4 to $40.
The $40 instrument is a
hand-made artist's violin,
just arrived from New
York. See the swell lit
tie leather Violin Cases
at ONLY $6.00 EACH.
The new Victor Victrolas
at $75 and $100. For
ONE WEEK ONLY I
will give a $100 receipt
for $50 cash on a new
Piano. Get a Piano now
Pianos sold on
as there will be no more discounts.
payments ot $10 to $25 monthly.
American Loan Office
First Nat9 1 Bank Bld
Best line oi watches, diamonds and jewelry in Bisbee,
WatchesBoth ladies' and gent's,. $3 to $300.
Chains AM styles and lengths in both solid and
ii fit i -.i -i- - i
goia niiea, wnn diamonds and colored stones. ?
We also engrave free of charge. A small de-
posit will hold any purchase
We carry the largest and best selected stock of bnrfc J
loose and mounted Diamonds in the Warren Distric
7 an't are in position to beat any and all prices.
i American Loan Office
Bisbee Lvmbcr Company, Inc.
WHOLE 8ALE AND RETAIL DEALER8 IN ORGON AND TEX
AS PINE. REDWOOD 8HIN0LE3. MOULDINGS BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DOOR8 AND 8ASHE8 OF ALL KIND8. MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L 25 EMIL MARKS. Manager
L. L. G I L M A N
The assertion made in Phccnix that
the delegates from Cochise county
were following the desires of their
constituents in voting for a recall
which should extend to the judiciary
nHih i ti rtoipratns in tho convention I
... i.i I cannot be upheld by what occurred
to be cautious about putting anything
Jo the constitution which might en
danger our present chances ot state
hood. We have called attention to
the widespread belief that the recall,
including application to Judges, might
causa the disapproval .of the constitu
tion by President Taft or congress
This was done because of our knowl-
during the campaign after the can
didates were nominated. Th's cam
paign was opened in Douglas, Sir. El- j
linwood being the first and princi
pal speaker. Mr. ElUnwood, when ho
reached the recall, stated very plainly
that .the recall could not bo properly
applied to a Judge, and gave his ren
ter. trf fi?a nnaittnn lftA. Tw Vt-
edge of the earnest desires of Ar- .,.,,. t. .
cub- " linwood had finished he was followed
zonans for statehood ana not Decauio
by pract'cally all other candidates on
tho ticket and not one uttered a word
iu opposition to Mr. Elllnwood's po
sition on the recall. Mr. ElUnwood,
at tho election, received the highest
vote, of the ten successful democratic
candidates. These are facts and they
do not support the claim that any del
egate from this county is Instructed
or desired to apply tho recall to the
of the merits or demerits of the
recall, as under the easy method
agreed upon for amending tho con
stitution the recall could bo easily
Inserted In the constltuUon at any
Ucie the majority of the voters de
sired to do so.
Not only 13 the opln'on widespread
In Arizona that the recall will en
danger statehood, but even demo
crats In tho United States senato
agree with this opinion. Senator
Bailey oZ Texas aaviseo ioai iu v.u Tho w(wk nQW aMnt readjr to staft
be better to leave the recall, the in- OQ Uje terr.toriai TOad between Doug
?tiatlve and referendum ana an otner j BIsbeo wln g employment
-debatable" questions out of tho con- t0 & goo1 force of mm for Myenl
slttaUon until such time as they nt;,. Tj1ia( Wth the smelter con
conld be adopted without endanger station work, and the improvement
lag our chances Tor statehood. On cf (he y ater system, all prom
Wednesday the followfog telegrams Jge .elt foT business in Douglas next
were read to the convention la a ycar .
last etoct by the friends of statehood . J . '
to reove all danger of the admission. Meet me opcnlDB Dec. JS
of Artarea by having the recall pro- aenke!.
My stock of loose diamonds is very
large The Whlto and Blue White
Perfect in weight, from 1-4 to 2 1-2
karat at prices you will like and
can't beat, ask to see tho line.
T&e Famous Howard of all grades.
J40-00 $150.00, Elgin, WaUham.
Hampden, Illinois, South Bend.
Clocks of a'.l prices. Eight day clocks
Irom 17.50 to J53.00. Fancy Glided
clocks from $1.00 to $8.00.
Diamond Horseshoo $45.00; Malachite
Filled mountings $1.00. Malacnite 14K
$3.00, $5.00. Reconstructed Rubles,
Opals and all semi-precious stones as
we'l as Diamonds, the line Is very
large and I will give free a safety
clutch with any pin over $3.50 cost.
My Brooch line is too large to ex
plain. It will suit the poorest as well
as the wealthiest.
My LaValliere's are of the latest
and most exquisite designs, prices
from $5.00 to $75.00.
Brace'ets aro very popular Xmas
gifts, my line is new and complete
and you will get the latest patterns.
My neck chain line is the cheapest
in the city as I bought in gross lots
Good 14K 18 in Ropes for $6 00. I
nlso have the heavy Braided chains
rrom $13.00 to $50 00.
Dont Fail tc sre my back comb line,
I be'teve I have more designs than
any ono in the city.
A tie clasp is useful in Arizona
whre the wind blows so much. I bavo
thsc from 50 cents up.
Of Hatpins I have exceptionally
phoice lot to se'ect from.
i have many designs of Ear Screws
and Drops, can make a nice showing
of cut diamonds from $12 00 up, also
the pierceless in Jet. Coral and
We have the best of va'ues In Shirt
waist sets large strong Three-piece
sets of solid gold for $2.50. These
make a fine present when engraved
Veil Pins are a non-expensive pres
ent and very useful.
I havo beads ot solid gold, also Sim
mons line line of filled which Is very
good. Beads for little girls as low
as 50 cents.
Belt Pins and Buckles I am fairly
Barrettes are in demand. I can
show you an excel'ent assortment
from 50 cents to $8.00.
aMy Fob. line Is .very, very-targe.Rlb
bon fobs with Elk and' Masonic
charms and with 14K gold Braid
the Simmons line of Gold filled and
prices will suit the pockets of any
I have an excellent assortment of 14K
Genu chains from $750 to $44.00
Also Gold Quartz chains at $60,00.
Malachite $50.00. Nugget chains from
$35.00 up. Simmon's line Irom $350
The ideal present for your gentle
man friend is a diamond stud. I
have all kinds of semi-precious
stones I will mount for yon.
14K Solid gold cull buttons from
$3.00 to 86.00. Small chip dia
monds, $2.50 to J60 with nice stones
Sterling Thimbles 50c to $1.00 14K
GoM Irom $4.00 to $7.50.
My Emblem Lino is good consisting
of Eastern Stars, Rebekahs, Elks,
Eagle, Masonic, Odd Fellows and
Watch charms I have consisting of
Gold Quartz. Nuggets, Malachite and
many stylish and expensive as well
as cheap charms.
Chafing dishes are very useful gifts,
one can prepare a good hot lunch in
10 minute: after the show. Price
Crosses I will furnish from $1.00 to
$175.00. Rosaries $2.00 to $8.00.
LIBBEY'S CUT GLASS
Be sure and sec the Cut Glass line,
it is beautiful.
Sterling Teas In fine boxes for $5.00.
Silvers In small boxes In expensive
chests up to $30.00. Gorham's per
manent Guarantee at very popular
Umbre'las frorn'i$V70 toy $18.00.
Field Glasses from $750 to $25.00
TDese are very fine presents for
surveyors, prospectors or hunters.
1 have different pieces of table ware
too numerous to mention, of both
Sterling and quadrup'e plate.
Hair Fobs, Hatbands, Belts, Guard
chains and the many other shapes
made at Florence, Arizona.
I only carry the highest priced
hand bags for ladies that money will
1 want to say that I have tho finest
line of lockets you ever saw. See
this line and be convinced.
I have a line lino of sl'ver novelties
of spoons. Nal' files, Embroidery scis
sors. Baby Pacifiers, Paper Knives
and many things too numerous to
Toilet sets in Sterling Ebony and
Open Silver work. Quadruple and
many designs of manicure sets.
Of same make as heading above.
Shaving Mugs in Heavy Sterling and
fancy sanitary percelein trays from
$2.00 to $6.00.
My line consists of the very finest
grade of Meerchaum from $4 00 to
$U.00; also Cigar Ho'ders of same
material, god mounted.
The following are some standard
brands for $1.00 each Ender, Ever
ready, Eagle; also some very fancy
.seta, in-more .expensive 'designs at
Also the Community line which
sparkles with finish and new de
signs. BABY CUPS
Large line of Sterling Silver baby
cups a'so fl'led cups for $L00.
LADIES' WATCH CHAINS
Watch chains for Ladies at a very
low figure considering weight of
gold, also a filled line from $350 to
My hand painted china Is very large,
any design you caa think ot at an
extra reduced price.
Some very poplar priced sterling
vstc-i My line of Diamonds and of Mountings for either Ladles' or Gents rings is fine. You have the stone weighed in your presence se'ect the
1jTNf!IVklnd of mounting you like. This Is the most satisfactory way to buy a ring. However, I have something like One Thousand Rings, no two
" v,JaHire. to select from. Many diamond Rings of sing'e stones, all snappy cut from $6.00 to $100 00. Clnsters at $90.00 and $100.00. Grape rings
Quartz Rings, Signet Rings, Wedding Band Rings $450 to $9.00. Malachite Rings for Ladies at $6.00. Baby rings of all makes at $1.00 each.
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