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THE BISBEE DAILY REV IEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA. THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 31, 1912.
ROCCO MUST GO
Bulgarians Hope to Take Adrianople; No Other
Important City On Road to Turkish Capitol
Sheriff of Golden State.
County Given Custody
of Man in Bisbee Ac
cused of Seduction ,
IK Rocco. the Italian who was ar
rlkted here October IT at tho revest
of California off lew r. must return to
California to stand trial on the charge
of seduction. Sheriff llaker, of Keta
county, California, arrived In the city
yesterday morning from PhoenU,
where he secured a writ of requisi
tion from Gocrnor Hunt and left at
3:23 o'clock yesterday afternoon, tak
ing Rocco with him.
The delivery of -Rocco Into the
hands of SheritT Bal;er was accom
plished, not by virtue of any decision
or the local court, hut ty virtue or
the curious sequence of circumstance?
The local magistrate. Judge M. C.
High, before whom Rocco was ar
ralgued on October 26 in removal pro
ceedings, was to have given his de
cision in the case, 'holding htm far
removal or releasing him. at 7 o'cloc'..
' ' Hunt Approves Requisition
.Yesterday morning, however, Sher
iff Raker arrived armed with a formid
able appearing document from Gov
ernor Hunt, authorizing the California
sheriff to take Rocco Into custody ami
take Slim to the Arizona-California
state line and empowering blm to en
list in his aid any or all peace offi
cers In the state.
Upon the arrival of the officer with
the All-powerful order from the go
ernor of the state. Judge High dis
missed the action against Rocco, Sher
iff Raker took him into custody and
remanded him to the local Jail until
Rocco Taken Into Custody
Thus under the governor's writ Roc
co, held by no judicial authority in
this state, was taken into custody by
an officer of another state and thid
custody, while traveling across this
state, was on the authority of tho
executive department of the state. As
the executive head of the state tho
governor placed the entire executive
force, Including the sheriff of every
county, -deputies and constables, at
the service of the officer of the neigh
Rocco Will Be "Goat"
A formal ceremony will be enacted
on the Golden State Limited early
this morning, just as the train passes
Ihe state line at Yuma. The sherilf
will have to get out of his berth early
and hurry with his morning ablutions
to. preside at the ceremony and Roc
C9 fil?n and complacent, wjll awake
from dreams to realities to act the
part of "goat" at the ceremony. Once
past the Arizona line Sheriff Raker
Is In his own bailiwick and the juris
diction of the state of California be
Sheriff Baker will politely Inquire
of his fellow passenger, with whom
he has been traveling and talking
since leaving Rlsbee:
"Are you B. Rocco "
And If the prisoner answers in the
affirmative, the officer will then say.
What the Sheriff Will Say
"Under and ty virtue of the author
ity vested in me by the state of Cal
ifornia I arrest you and warn you that
whatever you may say may be used
It will make no difference, however.
If Rocco denied his indenty, which is
not likely since bo was positively
Identified before leaving Rlsbee. by
other witnesses, for on the balance
of the. trip he would be known as
It is said that wedding bells may
ring down the curtain on the Rocco
cas'e. In which prosecution may bo
dropped by the California authorities.
How Character Is Formed.
Characters are achieved not- re
pciyed. They grow out of the sub
stance of a rsan's soul. They are not
put on -as a beggar might put on a
stolen coat They mature like fruit
from the vital fluids of the tree. This
Is a sign of their genuineness; they
grow with use. A false limb wears
out. wastes with use. A natural limb
grows stronger and better with use.
Character Is an achievement
In a Glass Houte.
Tom "Doesn't yoar girl's father
call you down for staying so late?"
Jack "Well, no. You see. I generally
meet blm at the gate coming home
from the c'nfa."
RUPTURE EXPERT HERE
Seeley, Who Fitted Czar o Russia,
Called to Bisbee.
P. H. Seeley of Chicago and Phila
delphia, tho noted truss expert, will
Le at the Copper Queen hotel and
will remain in Bisbee this Saturday
and Sunday until 2 p. m. only, Nov.
2nd. and 3rd. Mr. Seeley says: "The
Spermatic Shield Tniss as now used
and approved by the United State
Government will not only retain any
case or rupture perfecUy, affording
Immediate and complete relief, but
closs the opening In 10 days on the
average cafe. This Instrument re
ceived the only awan: in England and
n- Spain, producing results without
surscry, harmful injections, treat
ments or prescriptions. Mr. Seeley
has documents from the United States
Government, Washington, D. C, for
Inspection. All charity cases without
charge, or if iny Interested call he
will be glad to show the truss with
out chatt or flt them it desired. Any
one ruptured should remember the
date and tak advantage of this op
portunity. Advertisement 342
. At the top, Turkish troops at Adrianople; bottom, Montenegran soldiers in action. Map shows countries In volved In Balkan war and position of
Except in the last battle with the Ottoman empire. Adrianople's 200.000 far the Bulgarians hare nuflered n Montenegrnn commanders have ca--
Serbs, the Turkish armies are meet defenders are fighting desperately, for i defeats and have won several victor-! tured several Albanian towns, and in
I tVinf n lintt. nfAnlnlma1 tltr a.fHmfrmif
ing with defeat The Bulgarian army
is 100.00 strong, and Is just outside
Adrianople, the second city of the
If the city falls the allies will encoun- i les. The Greeks have been quite as IV""" " Vj.i,, " e ?. 7Zi
ter no other city of Importance on
their inarch to Constantinople. Thus
victorious as the Bulgarians and arc j has aUo been victorious but has suf
pouring into Turkey from the south. ' fered heavy losses.
Which is B
What Every Arizona Voter Should Know and Why.
Arizona has hundreds of thousands of acres of land that should be
tapped by railroads.
Ore running from S10 to $40 a ton is being thrown on the dump
.because it costs too much to haul it to a railroad.
What Arizona needs most to develop hor resources is Railroads.
Under the laws of the State and the rules of tho Interstate Com
merce Commission, railroads cannot make improvements or extensions
except with borrowed money. (See Laws of the First Legislature of
the' State of Arlzosa. Chap. 90, Sec. 48. and Rules cf I. C. C)
By reason of the absolutely unnecessary expense and unfair reduc
tion of earnings, it will cost the railroads about one and a half million
dollars a .year. If the bills submitted to the people to be voted on
November 5th become laws.
One. and a Half Million Dollars will pay Interest, at 5, on Thirty
Million Dollars. These bills will exclude just that much capital from
the state, which could It be Invested, would develop the country and
give employment .to thousands of people.
THE MEN WHO HAVE SUBMITTED THESE BILLS HAVE CON
FIDENCE THAT THE PEOPLE WILL GIVE THE RAILROADS A
SQUARE DEAL. THEREFORE, THE RAILROADS HAVE REFUSED
HERETOFORE TO TREAT WITH SELF-SEEKING POLITICIANS
AND HAVE APPEALED THEIR CASE TO THE PEOPLE OF THE
STATE OF ARIZONA.
PROSPERITY FIRST, EXPERIMENT SEC
OND, THEREFORE, DEFEAT THESE BILLS
"AN ACT REGULATING THE NTBLBER OF
MEN TO BE EMPLOYED ON TRAINS AND
(On Official Ballot, Kos. 304 and 305 House Bill No. 44.)
This Is a useless expenditure of money and against public policy.
It requires an extra man on light engines, that Is, engines that are
not pulling cars. Of what earthly use is such a man? Where would
be sit? What would he do? Just draw pay. Do you think that is
fair? Certainly you don't The fewer men on an engine the better.
There is less cbanca of their talking instead of attending to business,
and causing a wreck.
"AN ACT REGULATLNG HEADLIGHTS ON
(On Official Ballot, Kos. 305 and 307 House BUI No. 42.)
It practically creates a monopoly. One company, the Pyle Co,
virtually controls all high candle -power electrfc headlight patents.
What was the power behind the throne? Experiments have shown
conclusively that electric headlights are dangerous 'on double track.
Inventions are coming so thick and fast that this form of light may
be a back number In two or three years. Why tie the railroads down
with a law and prevent them from taking advantage of new inven
tions? Even now, competent authorities disagree as to the best form
"AN ACT REQUIRING ALL ENGINEERS
AND CONDUCTORS TO HAVE THREE YEARS'
EXPERIENCE BEFORE BEING ELIGIBLE TO
HOLD SUCH POSITION."
(Oa Official Ballot Kos. 308 and 309 Boose Bill No. 50.)
It Is class legislation that forces every man who now holds a
position as an engineer or conductor, if he did not have three years'
experience as a fireman, or a brakeman, to give up his Job. Expert-.
ence wont mite brains. Some men might be firemen, or brakemen,
for years and still be unfitted for promotion, and others, after one
year's experience would he perfectly competent to handle a train.
The law robs the'sons of Arizona of their birthright and forces them
to give way; because of lack of opportunity, to the tramp engineer, or
conductor men who aro able to produce letters showing they have
had three years' experience, letters that may be forged. .
"AN ACT LIMITING THE NUMBER OF
CARS IN A TRAIN."
(On Official Ballot, N03. 310 and 311 House Bill No. 43.)
The development of the State will be held back because the rail
roads will not be allowed to work up to their full capacity. What
inducement is there to a railroad to Improve Its lines by eliminating
curves, reducing grades, putting in heavier rails and better equipment
If it is not going to be allowed to reap the benefits. It Is claimed
that It is dangerous to handle long trains. Where does the danger
lie. with modern airbrake equipment? On the Southern Pacific, there
has not been a man even injured In more than three years as the
result of handling long trains. Mr. Cattleman and Mr. Parmer, It
means that your products must wait it the train has seventy cars,
when It reaches the station where your cars are, even though the
engine might be capable of handling ten or fifteen cars more with
case. What you want Is service, and you don't want that service
restricted by law, as long as it Is safe.
"AN ACT PROVIDING THAT RAILROADS
SHALL NOT CHARGE MORE THAN THREE
CENTS A MILE."
(On Official Ballot Nos. 312 and 313 Senate Bill No. 24.)
The population of Arizona is less than two to the square mllo.
Passenger traffic is so light that this law will make a drain of about
$320,000 a year on the railroads. It will limit their borrowing power
by Just that much, will force them to curtail present high class service
and will inhibit expansion in the future. The Southern Pacific took
in, last year, from sources In the State of Arizona, $501,474.34, and
spent $3,818,633.51. Does that look as It It were charging the people
too much? The three-cent fare law will force the restriction of excur
sion and homeseekers' rates, that are doing so much to bring people
into the State. In proportion to population, the rates In Arizona are
now lower than any State In the Union. Texas has tried these re
strictive laws with, the result that railroad construction has about
come to a standstill only 12 miles of road built in the first six months
of 1912, and no promise for the second six months. Remember
$3:0,000.00 will pay interest at 5, on $6,400,000.00 that the railroads
will not be able to Invest
; FINALLY: The people of
this State established a cor
poration commission to take
v- r- care of just such questions as
these. (See Chap. 90, Laws
of the First Session of the
Legislature of the State of
Arizona). Here the railroads
and the people might be
heard and equal justice done.
Why not let this body attend -to
these matters? Why en
act laws that are not needed?
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If you .are contemplating building
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and collects from consignee on de
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THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD GO.
7 33 a. m. I.v Clifton ar. 4:03 p. m
8 15 a. m. Lv Guthrie Lv 3:30 p. m.
9 00 a. m. Lv Duncan L-v 2:36 p. m.
1023 a. m. Lv Lord!"urgL.vl:33 p. m.
11;30 a. ra. Ar Hachlta Lv 12:10 p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
No. 1, leaving Lordnburg 10:57 a. m.
South bound train connects with EI
Paso & Southwestern east bound
train for El Paso, leaving Ilachlta at
11:59 a. m. Mountain Time, and
with west bound train for Douglas
and BIsbM, leaving Hachita at 11:59
a. m.. Mountain Time.
R. K. MINSON,
Traffic Manager. Clifton, Arizona.
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBERT HENNE8ST, rrop.
PAone 15. Op. Depot Ambulant