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Entered aa Second Class Matter at the PostofSce at Dlsbee, Arizona,
under Act of March 3, XS73. " ""
( New Jersey,
THOMAS R. MARSHALL,
For Presidential Electors.
HON. WlLEY E. JONES
of Pinal County.
HON. W. T. WEBB
of Graham County.
HON. JOHN R. HAMPTON
of Greenlee County.
39? ELECTORAL VOTES
CLAIMED FOR WILSON.
"Tho Chicago Record-Herald and oth
er metropolitan papers have during
the last two months made the most I
extensive and thorough canvass of tho
political .ltuatfoa ever undertaken in
the country. Tho Record-Herald has
had its specla correspondents poll
thousands upon thousands ot -voters
In every state and of every class and I
according to the data thus gathered j
the present relative strcngtn or tno
candidate in tho electoral college is
as follows, the table not being pre
pared as forecast but as a summary
of Indications of coming results.
Connecticut .. 7
Iowa ,. .,...13
Kansas ........ ........ ...4,x...l0
I-oulsiana , 10
Maryland ......,.,,,... S
Maine .....".; ..,... 6
Massachusetts ...,, ...18
Minnesota vm. ...12
Missouri ., ... 18
Montana , A
Nevada ...4 3
Je,w jersey .. ..,.... ,i.te. ..14
New Mexico ..;..... 3
New Yorjc ., .r.. 45
North Carolina tl4,....12
Ohio -.. 24
South Carolina ...... Li .... 9
South Dakota I....... 5
Virginia '. 12
West Virginia 8
Total ,,....-... .!,., 397
Roosevelt " '
California ......,..., 13
WashingtoG ., J.... 7
Utah , 4
ycrmont '. 4
Illinois ,.-... .....
Michigan ...., .',,..
- xfJi , -
it Total J ......., K.'.,. . ...lt
-. - THE
t a VV
New Hampshire "..... 4
Ithodo Island 5
Total :,; -w 10S
For Wilson thirty-five states, to
tal electoral vote ....." 397
For Roosevelt Two Istates, to
tal electoral vote 20
For Taft three states, total elec
toral tote 11
Uoubltful Bight states," total
electoral vote 103
Total electoral college ......531
Kectsssry to elect 266
The paper from which this estimate
Is taken has never been very fri'endly
to the democrats. It was formerly a
partisan republican newspaper. In re
cent years, however, it has been re
garded as honestly independent in Its
political view. Here we have a great
metropolitan and Udependent news-
Piper conceding only 31 electoral
YOtes to tha candld:ltes opposInE
Woodrow unison lbo democratic
Btandard bea;er Md ony e,ght stateg
a total of 103 e,ectoral votes
placcd ,n the doubtful column
HQw tq vqte qn
There seems to be some doubt in
the minds of some of the voters as
to bow they shall cross their ballots
to make effective their desire concern
ing the referendum measures. Each
uf these measures wilt appear on the
ballot by number with squared desig
nated as "Yes' 'or "No" on each.
These numbers and squares will ap
pear opposite the question to be oted
on which Is briefly stated on the bal
IoL If your desire Is to uphold the sub
mitted proposition and the legislature
In reforming or enacting tho law the
voter will make a cross in the square
marked "Yes". If he opposes the meas
ure submitted by tho legislature or ini
tiative petition he will put a cross in
the square marked "No".
On all the referendum petitions a
"Yes" vote upholds tho laws to be
voted on while a "No" vote Is to have
We believe the ballot will bo found
sufficiently plain to five tho voter a
correct idea how to make knowi hla
desire, though wo have given the
above explanation for those who might
be In doubt when they reach the vot
EX GOVERNOR hIBEEY
Us-Governor Joseph H. Kibbcy, who
r.;nkc last b'ght in BUboc has been
prominent In the polices of Arizona
for nearly twenty-five yeara. He was
a member of the jup-omc court of
Hie 'j ate for several ye-vre nnd was
governor of the territory during the
Roosevelt administration. Since leav.
Ing the office ot governor he has de
voted himself to the practice of law.
When Kibbey was governor he per
formed a valuable service to the peo
ple ot Arizona when he Insisted in
lining up a joint republican-democratic
convention to plan a non-partisan
fight against the passage of joint
statehood bill which had been rec
ommended by President Roosevelt
and, "was In a fair way for passage
through congress. Governor 'JCibBpyj
at that time' was chairman of the' ccr
rjtorial republican committee; Hon:
E. E. EllinWood of this city, was chair-
man of the democratic committee and
they-first agreed to bring all partle
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together for a combined fight against
joint-statehood. Although holding the
ofSce of governor under a commission
signed by President Roosevelt Kibbey
was determined and active In oppos.
tlon to the proposition to Join New
Mexico and Arizona Into one state.
Ex-Govemor Kibbey ranks as one
of the most prominent republicans in
Arizona that Is today giving mpport
lo Theodore Roosevelt.
A SOUND ARGUMENT.
Judge William L. Dickson, of the
Common Pleas court at Cincinnati,
Ohio, has recently written the follow
ing court criticism and Incidentally
the recall. As Arizona is about ready
lo vote on tho proposition providing
for the recall of judges this articlo
should be of-special :nterest In the
"In this country the fpundatlon of
law is a Constitution national or
stat. The Constitution is the will of
tho people the will of tho majority
expressed 'n their sober momnnts,
carefully and with intent to protect
all the people including the mlnorvty
if the will of tho majority, too often
conildcred the will of the people, were
alwayn to obtain there would be no
need of a Constitution. It is this will
of the majority, tho Constitution pro
tecting the minority, which g.ves us
the only form of government of all the
people, for all of tho people and by
all of the people. This form of gov
ernment is the only real "ibcrty and
union, one and Inseparable. A union
implies, means, restraint, mutual con
cessions, by all, for all. These mutual
concessions, restraints, under a Con
stitution, mean the law, and without
which there can bo no liberty The
will of an unrestraintd majority is the
rule of a mob, is a constant revolu
tion, uncertainty, national and state
Indignation, business depression and
We are all in favor of the rule of
the pople. But what kind of rule and
Dy how many people? Certainly some
ftxed rile, and certainly a rule by all
the people. Any fixed rule of living
is a law. The fixed rule then is the
law. By all the people means tho
majority and tho minority. That is.
the majority restrained by a rule
the law. Hence It Is easily seen that
a government of. by and for the peo
ple, liberty and onion, can begin and
continue only under the law. The law
must be supreme cr all is lcsL
A judge is required to take an oath
of office. In this oath he swears to
support the Constitutlcn and tha laws
hanging upon It. This oath is required
by the people. Tho source and the lim
it of his powers are the law made by
the people. He swears to obey the law
as it Is, not as it should be. He can
not go ontaide of or keep abreast of
the law .not abreast cf the times. All
that can rightly be required of tho
judge Is reasonable conduct in his of
fice, namely, ftich conduct as an ordi
narily reasonable man would do under
the same circumstances, namely, com
mon honesty and a common knowledge-
of the law.
The jud?e Interprets the law His
liosltion is and must be supreme In a
land, of law. liberty, and .union Un
fortunately th judge is tuimauf Hence
pfr ihStf err orhe,ppuJdflyHtvltieL
Thepublic "must ' expect, from' him,
therefore, only human., corambn hon
esty, common Intelligence and a com
mon knowledge of the Jaw The law
Is a s'rlenje, a common knowledge of,
which requires some intelligence and",
some .study. This' study' is wanting
in the majority of the people' and in
BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER
the majority ot tho press. The science
of the law, like the science of niedi
, cine, chemistry, engineering, as no
, royal road to the knowledge of any
' science. A scientlCic man is made,
Should this unrestrained, untutored
(In the law) majority of the people
and of the priss attack the jud?e?
Criticize Yea? but let it be just
criticism and that too based upon
I some knowledge Let H not be forrot-
len tnat an auacK upon a juago is
easy and nlways has a ready, eagpr,
receptive and sympathetic audience.
When a judge deedes an Issue one
hide must lose- Fifty per cent of tho
litigants damn the judge, twenty-five
per cent of the litigants, when they
consider the cost, pay the fiddler, join
the fifty per cent and the other tenty
flve per cent of the litigants always
claim tho case was won bythem on
Its merits and forget the judge and
. dispute the lawyer's b!lL
The indiscriminate ittacking of the
! judge by the press and the people is
one of th fads of today. Hence we
ree the horrible atsasslnations In Vir
ginia a complete recall not only ot
lh judge, but of the entire machlnerv
of justice Effective at least.
One of the attributes of tho judge
is honesty. An ordiuary judge ot com
mon honesty ought to respect his oath
rather, must respect his oath, ot
V a jmrjurer This oath demands
obedience to the law made by the
cople the unrestrained majority, the
law that is as it is. not as it should
be, or as desired. The judge adminis
ters justice according to law fixed
' Known la whether the same be
.right or wrong. If the Iw be wrong,
tho restrained m&Jority in Us sober
mnmon mi' rhance it. not tho iudee
A judge who obeyr the unbridled de
sire of an unrestrained demagogue
najority violates his oath, commits
pcrjt'ry and should be impeached and
imprisoned Shall a judge who refuses
to obey this unbridled desire of the
multitude refuses to be a perjurer
be subject to recall?
Do the people of this country want
as Jiidw a man who respects his oath
of office or a coward the mere pup
pet of a mob and the yellow journal?
The Review has made extensive
and expensive arrangements for re
ceiving returns from the National elec
tion next Tuesday night Bulletins
will be thrown on a canvas in front
.'of the Copper Queen hotel from the
democratic headquarter rooms as fast
as they come In over the telephone oi
telegrarh lines. A corps of compilers
will handle these returns tor Wednes
day morning's Review, so that our
readers may have the result of the
election In naL'on apd state Wedn.
csday morning. There will he a his
demand for the Review next Wednes
day mornlag In all parta of the coun
ty and advertisers should Ltep this
opportunity In mind.
Republican newrpapen, are having
much to say these day3 about the
"false straw votes." T"hat comes from
the fact that none of the straw votes
taken over the country give any en
couragement or hopvjW Taftj " ,
Was a Dandy Story.
"He Invented a dandy story to tell
hjs wife when h got home after mid
night," "Good one. was ltr "A
Tieacb; It would salljsfy any woman."
TDIdJt satisfy herr "It -would "ve,
bul he couldn't (ell It."
WEST COAST ACTIVE
The West Coast ot Mexico, heartily
tired of civil strife. Is gladly welcom
ing the restoration of peaceful condi
tions And such is the buoyancy of
tho West Coast confidence that trade
conditions, dormant for monthr, has
become active In almost a day. Bus
iness is resumed, planting commences,
the harvesting of crops is resumed
with zest, and vcrybody's busy except
refugees, and they are now hurrying
back to got to work. The West Coast
is a wonderful country Inhabited by
earnest and !ndustrioi? people. It will
grow nmazfn?Iv if th (ntttwa,tna 4
be held down as they are at present
MINING MEN LIBERAL
In all probability a way has been
found to avoid the mnlmvon'oi
which have recurred annually for
some years between the mining com
panies and the taxing authorities. The
difficulties of fixing valuation on
mine properties for purposes of taxa
tion have been etperienced in every
state where mining is an Industry No
satisfactory plan has ever yet been
devised nnd in the nature of things
none ever will be found lo be entirely
...i.uvij, mc )iuii uucrra oy me
mim owners to the tax commission
appears liberal in comparison w.th the
proposals made in earlier years and
exceedingly liberal when we remem.
ber the metnods of taxation a few
years ago. It will certainly yield the
state a much larger revenue from the
mines than was ever received before
and more, we believe, than any state
now receives from a similar source
The happy situation promising co
operation between the mine owners
and tho state officials has been
brought about by the fair-mindedness
of Captain John C. Greenway cf the
C. & A. and other mining representa
ties. TAXING MINES
One of the most difficult problems
that have confronted the taxing po'.
ers of all states, is to devise a meth
od of taxing mines and mining prop
erty that will do justlep both to tha
state and the mines. The proposition
to have mines taxed by the various
boards of supervisors of the state Is
highly Improper and results in several
different valuations being placed upon
property. Arizona, wo believe, is on
tho right track a commission, an In
telligent, careful commission, with a
desire to deal justly with all parties
concerned ts undoubtedly tho true sys
tem. Arizona having such a commis
sion now, wo trust that our legisla
ture wllPenact such laws as will give
this commission authority to make as
sessments according to its ideas of
Justice. "While more or less fault has
been fonnd with mining companies
for resisting the assessments placed
upon their property, jet It must bo
conceded that they are not wholly to
blame. No corporation or Individual
Will consent lo pay In taxes what It
deems exorbitant that Is human pa-,
ture. Trfe. AfiionaT corpoatiQrs, ai a
rule are'jawNahldlng "and 'fair in both'
dealinggwilh their employes and tbo
sta'teaand we lnii,t that tho meeting
or Ofeuax commission and the repre
sentatives of the various corporations
will result In-the enactment of a law
that will forever, pjit'a' stop to litiga
tion and misunderstanding between,
tfcw people and the'mlnlngrcompanles.
2y ov ICMculton. E)
The scientists, those good old souH,
are worrying one more.
They're making new discoveries of
microbes by the score.
They've lately been examining the
They say that all tho bllU of that
With deadly germ ot which ihey are
almost afraid to speak.
They claim the man who handles one
is mostly apt to die,
And many millions may be killed,
they tell us with a sigh.
TI?o scientists have scared us stiff"
quite frequently of late.
But this time they havo got In wronsj
wo cannot belp but state .
That moat ot UBtWlll never have, tho
suggest fear or qualm. a
ly all stay calm.
They've started some weird theories
and pulled some funny stunts,
But on th(s thousand dollar stuff,
they've, fallen down, for once.
Ot course the bl'ls may have tho
mikes exactly as they say, "
But they will never kill off any of
our friends that way. .,
From 4he Hlckeyville Clarion.
Renfrew Binks, our talented and
versatile station agent at the railrud
station, said a lot of fellers got next
to gqod tips oh the stock market by
tapping the telegraph wires. Hank
Tumra8 climbed a pole next day and
tapped on a wire for an hour with
his jackknife. but he didn't get no in
formation. Hanfc says Ren is a liar.
Miss Amy Prlngle, has got a "Gates
Ajar" from the hothouse and expects
to trim it up for a bunnit Ih the near
Elmer Jones pays he would like to
own a good hothouse because a fel
ler could stay in It all the year
around and keep nice and warm for
Since Doc Hanks had had the
mumps his whiskers is too small and
don't fit his face.
Hlckeyville is going to havo a new
brick cold storage building and they
will prolably have to build It out ot
Lre You Blue and Worried?
Nervous ? Some of the timo really ill ? Catch cold easily ai d frequently suffer
from biliousnets or headache P Tho recson is that vour system doc not rid itself
of the poisons in the blood; just as iscpoviblc as it is for the grate oi a stove to rid
itself of clinkers. The waste docs to us exactly rrhst tho clinkers do to the stove;
make the fires bum low until enough clinkers have accumulated and then prevent
its burning at all. Your liver is sluggish you are dull and heavy sleep does not
rest, nor is food appetizing. In this condition illness dev clops. Doctor Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery eradicates the poisons from the body a glyceric alter
ative extract made from bloodroot, golden seal and mandrake root, stone and
queen's root, without the use of alcohol. No matter how strong the constitution
lias. Bulxx. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets r!;te liver and bowels.
Coal Must be
About this timo isn't it Bet
ter have us put you in your sup
ply right now. Then you'll have
that on! your mind any way
Coal doesn't spoil and vou have
got to get It sooner or later
So why not order now and thus
be prepared for any emergency
Oak chunks. Juniper and Oak
wood, any length3, chicken feed
UlSDce leiepanne Zio
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TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DOORS AND 5-.ASHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-12i EMIL MARKS, Manaaer.
ice ."Team L make it cold enough.
T. Egbert Veavpv eays polka dots
Is all tne go down to the city. By
gravy, a feller that has got the small
pox or measles roust be right in style.
Miss Pansy Perklnr 'wished a wart
off her thumb by a Gypsy fortune
teller last week, but the fortune tell
er mido a mistake and wished It on
to the end of Pansy's noso. Old man
Purdy says he guesses ho will havo
a wart wished onto the end of his
noso to keep his specs from slippin'
off. News are quite scarce this
week, as everybody in town has been
waltin" down at the railrud depot
since last Monday n-.rrnlng to see tho
5:17 train rnmn tn uhloh i. antn.
- - - , ".....M .a nutuv
,lafe at this writing.
? Abrter Hanks madu a mistake the
other day and filled the tank of Lis
fortv mt1ri1.nnU'A.. f-iinal.mi, u.ttt.
'pin instead of gasoline, and tho
blamed thing wouldn't stay in the
ruq, dui KnocKea tne rront porch oft
from .Hilliker's general store aud
I front of tho meetin house
til UlDDlus has got a new Invention,
which is photographin' ham on sand
vvjehes so it looks like a real article.
H OU2ht in maVp hts fnrturiA omnnif
L a camp-meetin'8 and county fairs.
ixcxi iu uem ngni waicnmar. in a
casket factory, abou' the cbeefulest
job I know of is be'n poet laureate
for a tombstone works.
I Lutie: You can'kep your husband
nt home by putting hts t reisers in
Householder. You say chjekens are
scarce Tut! Tut' Wait until the
f ijgxt musical comedy strikes town
miv. JVU '-,,. ccc J.4 tj VI lld.
Anxious; Ynu can avoid buying
so much coal by spending your win
tent in Florida. You're perfectly wel
come, Watch Made oT Glass.
Josef Baler, a glasscutter of Mu
nich, after many years of patient
toil, has succeeded in putting together
a timepiece whose every wheel and
screw, with the frame and each of
the three covers Is made of class.
the stomach is apt to be " out of kilter " at times ; in conse
quence the blood is disordered, for the stomach is the labo
ratory for the constant manufacture of blcod.
lias. Bexjt. Blake, of Port Dover. Ont, Bfft 35. 'BTites: "I fcavo
been a treat rcJerer for ycara from throct trouble, catarrh. Indijreation,
f ml! tnmblcs. hktttlnsr, constipation and nervouancra at times I would
bo In bod, then able to be Up ataln. W ta under many different doctors'
care, and would tret better for a littlewhlle. then I would trodovrn with
chronic inflammation all throusrn mo. For nineteen years 1 had thfa
Pn in ray blood. After trying; nearly everything I cot worse. 1 read
m The Peocle a CotrtmCn Rmim IimIm! AHviaz-r rf TV Pforo'. tf?nL4n
4 Medical Discovery asd Dr. Sajea Otarrh, Remedy. I have taken the
CJolden Medical Discovery" and 'Plcaaant Pellets.' and have used fiva
bottles of Dr Sage's Catarrh Itemcdy. 1 am now able to do my work
and walk with pleasure. I feel lika a new woman. I enjoy everything
around me and thank CSofl for lotting? me lrra lonz caoush to nd some
thins; that made jn well strata."
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