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THE BISBES DAILY REVIEW, BlSBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNINjG, OCTOBER 31, 1912.
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THOMAS R. MARSHALL,
CARL HAYOEN, v
Eor Presidential Electors.
HON.' WILEY E. JONES
' cf Plnsl County. .
HON. W. T. WEBB .
of Graham. County.
. HON. JOHN R. HAMPTON
of Greenlee County.
VICE PRESIDENT SHERMAN
PASSES AWAY YEbTERDAYi"
JAgaln tbe 1912 National, campaign'
has-.ben' clouded "with sorrow by the
announcement this morning of the
death of Vice President James School
craft Sherman, who was the nominee
of his party, this year for reflection."
Mr. Sherman has been in poor health
for several months and not abio to
participate in the campaign. The at
tempted assassination of Col. Kooae
velt two weeks ago was a shock to
tbe country and hushed political dis
cussion for several days. Now the
death of a vice presidential candidate
vtfll again dull (he enthusiasm of the
canftalgn. These two regrettablo
events will mark the campaign of this
year as one of tragedy and deep sor
row. i -
DEMOCRATS NOW HAVE
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY.- i'yy.
As suggested by Hon. Carl Hayden,
on his return to Phoenix a few days
ago from a campaign covering the
entire state, the only thing which can
prevent a great democratic victory in
Arizona and In the nation is a feeling
of over confidence which might keep
too many democrats from the polls.
Surely there is no democrat now who
.would be willing to take any chance
of party defeat by withholding his bal
lot on Tuesday next.
The hope of the nation today is in
the hands of the democrats. If they
all go to tbe polls both republicans
and Bull Mooscrs will be over
whelmed and routed In a manner that
will-leave the real friends of the
people, in full control of the govern
ment for a quarter of a century or
as Senator Ashurst would say "Until
God "Is ready to chastise bis people
This la a time when the democratic
hosts should rally In their greatest
strength and drive their oldtlme ene
my to utter defeat. Be they republi
cans or Bull Moosers the enemy Is the
same and they all alike should be the
target of tbe democratic ballot.
Here in Arizona democrats have not
all agreed on local Issues and poli
cies of tie new state, but-thank God,
they did all agree last year in giving
to the republicans a threshing so com
plete as to hardly leave that party In
possession of a contablesblp. Now,
that thero is no local Isgue before the
Arizona voters there is not an excuse
for auy democrat sulking la his tent
or .withholding his loyal and active
farty'support on nextTuesday. .
fPFfiT'tm. .years". the'f.deinocraU
nave;not tasted the sweet of-a.natjo'nH
alvictory because of the money pol-1
luted political .debaucheries that
brought, victory to republican canul
dates un 1896, 19(K, 1904 and 1908J
"?y? millions dumped Jclo republican
at the Postomco at Blsbee, Arizona,
campaign funds by trhsts and pro
tected favorites the plodding and pen
niless democrats have been overcome
In the four past national contests. But,
defeat has not discouraged the dem
ocrats in. bravely standing for prin
ciples which can alone return this
government back to the control of
tbo pcoplo and leave the special in
terests and big business of tho country
to rely on honest endeavor and abili
ty to meet Independent competition
for success rather than to depend on
the' favors of government, wrung from
the consumer in increased prices' for
At last the democratic conten
tion has Lecomo the popular cry of
tho American people, this is not only
apparent in Arizona, but It Is an ap
proval that may be beard from ocean
to ocean and from farthest north to
the Gulf of Mexico. From every state
comes the assurance of a united dem
ocracy marching to a glorious and as
sured victory with Bfill Moosers and
republicans fleeing from the wrath of
an outraged people.
Arizona democrats must not be idle
or lose the opportunity to share In the
coming victory. Whatever local dif
ferences the democrats of Arizona
may have will be easily settled when
they are submitted to the democratic
voters In thev primaries two years
hence; these differences hare no
place in this campaign and should bo
forgotten while democrats all get Into
the trenches for the struggle on Tues
day next with the old enemy.
The Bull Moosers in Arizona are
working tooth and nail In the hope
that enough democrats will remain
away from the polls to give them
the victory. Such a result would be
in the nature of a repudiation of the
progressive government provided by
our constitution which was held In
such high esteem by the voters on
the occasion of Its adoption. Such a
repudiation would be to retard the
progressiva prtnciples upheld by the
Baltimore convention and for which
Woodrow Wilson haa battled ever
since he entered political life.
The democrats of Arizona, more
tban those of any other state, owe
allegiance and support to tho national
ticket thlc year. This national battle
!s '.n perfect line and accord with the
progressive battle made by Arizona
democrats last year.
IS A PRESENT REALITY.
The prosper J- si he Southwest
this fall Is keeping the newspapers
busy telling about IL The El PaBo
Times, a constant booster fo this
section of the country, chimes la as
follows on this pleasing subject:
"The people of the United States
are finding out that the reports of un
precedented general prosperity, circu
lated throughout the Southwest are
not mythical in character, but predi
cated upon living and actual realities
which speak for themselves. Tourists
Who have come Into this section on
pleasure and sightseeing expeditions
havo returned to their homes in every
portion of the union .with stories of
the wonderful prosperity that pre
vails here and the march of progress
and development that Is the most won
derful tbaUhas,cyercomejunder their
observation, it Is In tbbjjwjay Jthat
knowledge of tho situation has been.
largely disseminated, and when to the
stories of the tourists is added the
confirmation that comes from tlio
army of traveling men -working this
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territory, there Is positive proof pre
sented that Is almost as strong as Holy
"it Is in this manner that the South
west is now constantly being adver
tised throughout tho country, and men
aro being turned In this direction.
for tho human family Is both mlgra-v
tory and easily inspired by the move
ments of its more energetic members.
Thero are many new faces now being
seen in tho Great Southwest, and as
a class they are about the most desir
ablo future citizens that havo ever
migrated in this direction. They aro
here to find opportunities that must
necessarily exist In a land of perpet
ual progress and prosperity, and judg
ing from the manner In which they
are making investments, they havo
not been slow to recognlzo opportunity
or lacking in the ability to get in
full swing with the forward march of
progress and prosperity.
"And there Is a reason for the
prosperity that pervades, tho Great
Southwest, it Is founded upon some
thing far more substantial and endur
ing than the flickering flames that are
sometimes enkindled in other locali
ties. From one end of this great
Southwestern inland empire to tho
other every interest is
Never in all the history of this coun
try was there as much prosperity pro
vailing In the great mining centers.
Tho price of the metals produced
from our mines has long ago reached
the prospelrty mark. The producers
of silver, of copper, of zinc, of lead,
and other metals are all marketing
their products at figures sufficiently
above the cost of production to Insure
a satisfactory margin of profit and
the mine owners are not the only
ones who enjoy this prosperity. Vol
untary Increases have been made in
the wages of tbe mine workers and
they hare been brought to the point
where they too are enjoying perhaps
the greatest prosperity they have ever
known. Therd Is no shortening 01
shifts no reduction of working forces,
but steady employment for all who
desire to work.
"The great livestock Industry of
tbe Southwest was never upon a more
prosperous basis tban it Is at pres
ent With cows and calves being gath
ered off the ranges and sold at $10
per cow and calf, and with yearling
steers selling as high as $30 around
with the ranges covered with the fin
est winter verdure known for years,
the stockmen of tbe Southwest are
comfortably situated on Easy street,
and enjoying a full Lieasrcof-lbe uni
versal prosperity; T.f V "&'
rrhe- farming interests'tare? equally
as prosperous. Tho crop !yleld
throughout ' the irrigated - -.districts
has been most abundant this year and
with alfalfa' JJOW selling tjfl5je;
ton, which la being realized. In many
with alfalfa now selling at 015 per
localities, the staple crop of the South
west i sadding its quota to the general
prosperity. But the Irrigated farms
are not th conly ones that have made
good this year In the Great South-
wesL Tho dry fanners all over Arl
onaz, New Mexico and West Texas
have also made good, and from New
Mexico dry farms there comes many
stories of oat crop yields ranging from
75 to 90 bushels per acre. The farm
ing interest is just as prosperous this
year as any other.
"A traveling man who works out of
El Paso and who"'has Just returned
from an extenslveAtu'' ot Arizona and
New Mexico, says that in all the years
that he has resided in El Paso he has
never seen such general prosperity
before among the people. He says
ho found it no trouble to soil "worlds
of goods" on tho trip, from tho fact
that the entire country Is prosperous,
tho pcoplo havo the money to buy
what they want and they are not hes
itating as to make the purchase."
"Can we afford to stunt the rail
roads?" This question Is asked and
partially answered by the Atchison
Globe. 'This question, which is asked
in all seriousness, will be passed light
ly by most people, but a farmer who
wants to market his grain or stock,
and who runs up against a car short
age, will tell you a few things. He
will tell you that his prosperity de
pends on the prosperity of the rail
roads; that the Interests of the fann
er and the railroads are, in a meas
ure, identical In a season of plenty
both are prosperous If products can be
marketed. In a bad season each suf
fers, aud, "in addition, the railroads
must fight tbe politicians who would
make the people believe their mis
fortune is due to rulnod railroad in
fluence or discrimination. Railroads
are not being attacked by the politi
cians as formerly. Although potjItV
clans had largely changed their tune,
those who formerly rode into office on
a wave of railroad abuse were either
defeated at the primary election this
year or were elected by greatly re
Consider a little more at large what
tho troubles of the railways are: The
ownership Is private, but the manage
ment is public, and without financial
responsibility for results. The number
of employes and the lengt hof tho
working day are fixed by law. The
number Of men to .a-crew; Is not Jeft
nfTAnifint7 Thr fntidnrrl nf enufnment.
the jjroction of signals, the removal
(of grade crossings, the s provision cf
safety appliances and countless other
things argdlrected by legal process.
The only thSng not controlled Is the
maintenance of credit, and with that
problem the reads are struggling. No
private business could be sus
tained under such conditions, but rail
ways are public utilities aud that the
oretically alters everything. Does It
alter anything practically? Is there
any form of statue known to man
which will alter a balance sheet per
manently? t '"
In Canada this year an excess of
100 millions will be spent for railway
construction, in this country half a
billion would not be enough on a simi
lar scale. Where Is it to be got? The
question Is not a3kel In tenderness
for the railways. That Is the people's
Interest In the railway question.
WHY WASTE YOUR VOTE?
(New York World.)
"Every vote for Woodrow Wilson Is
a vote for progressjve government.
Every progressive vote against Wood
row Wilson Is a vote thrown away, or
worse than thrown aay.
"Why waste your vote?
"Jlr. Roosevelt cannot be elected.
As between him and Mr. Taft the con
test Is merely a question of which
will run third. This may be interest
ing but it is not important to the wel
fare of the American people. Even It
Mr. Roosevelt could by any possible
chance be elected, his victory would
result only in a deadlocked govern
ment. He would have a hostile con
gress to deal with, which did not rec
ognize his leadership and which would
not work with him. His election would
mean merely .four years of turmoil
without profit to the country.
"Governor Wilson can be elected,
and he will be elected. But this Is
not enough. He should be elected by
a majority eo great that thero can
be no mistake as to the meaning of
the people's mandate. He .will go Into
office with a democratic house, and If
his majority Is large enough he vfM
havo a democratic senate as well.
This will make President Wilson the
leader of a united party In full control
of both branches of congress and in a
position to carry out all the progress
ive policies to which It Is pledged.
"The country will havo Immediate
revision of the tariff 'o reduce tho cost
of living, with as little disturbance to
legitimate buslnesr as possible. It will
have an honest enforcement of the
law against predatory trusts and mon
opolies. It will have a free government
emancipated from boss rule and from
corporation rule. It will have a sane,
progressiva administration of public
affairs from the day of Woodrow Wil
That Is what the great mass of
the American people want whether
they call themselves democrats or
republicans or progressives. That is
what they will get if they act intel
ligently. The way to get It is to give
Governor Wljson a majority so over,
whelming that It will be Indeed tho
voice of the people.
"Why waste your vote?"
The poet Goethe owed much of his
-rreatness to his mother, a woman
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np In strictly borgeols and limited cir
cles, with very little, education, such
was her natural intelligence and sym
pathy that she afterwards became the
friend of princes, poets, and philoso
phers, and her bouse a rendezvous for
the great mlnds'ofher day.
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When one remembers that in his
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It was common sense, in the first
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The common sense showed the sick
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