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ffHkiBE&foAiiX SUNDAY MORNING, NO VEMBER 17, 1912
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TO STATE CASE. '
The newspapers ,o the .country
which spent tens of thousands of .dol
lars in giving campaign publicity to
Colouei Roosevelt and his progressive
Iarty did not expect from the. colonel
gratitude or thanks, or even the com
mon politeness' of acknowledgement,
but!they had a right to expect that he
would not be gutlty of such) a rank
and. sliamcless perversion of (he truth
as that which, appears In his post
election slatenlent'when he says that
the progressives mado their light not
only against the wealth of the coun
try, against the politicians and the
mercenaries, but "with tiie'channels
ol information to the public largely
Never in their history have the
newspapers given so much space to
a presidential candidate as to Mr.
Rqosevolt: They sent correspondents
with him upon his Journeyings., they
printed' his innumerable and -Intcrm-inablc
speeches, they printed full re
ports or his Chlcaso convention, and
the leading newspapers of the coun
try, at least, notably those of New
Tork, which Mr. Roosevelt Joins Mr.
Bryan in declaring to be controlled
by Wall Street, were perfectly fair
and unbiaEed In their reports. For
news reports tinged with partisanship
a search must be made in those
papers, very few iu number, but act
ive, which suprorted the colonel in
The press channels of information
Vcre indeed choked, but they were
dore Roosevelt- K ho and' his friends
should secure control of the organi
sation, and if ho should again be
come a candidate in 191C, the worthier
and the- conservative part of the re
publican party would In a body give
Us support to tho democratic candi
date. The people or tho country have
come to know Mr. Roosevelt very
thoroughly; and they understand too
well the consequences, of again' trust
fug him with power.' He is 'proud" of
his achievement, and with" bis pride
he will havo to be content.
HERE'S BUCK HERZOG, WORLD'S SERIES HERO, WHOSE EARLY
AMBITION TO BECOME LEAGUE STAR HAS BEEN FULLY REALIZED
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Bully for the Boy
"There! Room to Spare
In Every Pair
Plenty of Pockett
And Lou of Wear."
And remember you get a new pair
FREE if they rip.
has now ijeen removed. But sinco the
permanent occupation of Constanti
nople la not suplosed to enter into
Ihe plans of the Balkan states, and
siuce the crtorts of the Turkish
armies arc now confined chiefly to
a detent of Constantinople, there
seems to be no good reason wh) an
armistice should not be arranged.
Another feature of the situation
which probably will havu Its Influence
with the allies 1 stho revelation of
the danger to European peace lying
in the antagonistic Interests of Aus
tria and Servie. The longer the war
continues the greater tits danger will
become, and neither the Balkan states
nor the "rest of Europe can contem
plate the outlook without fear.
CHjcr& A. RPmtlOJ ACCVAID
BamMoer aimzig ror AtAViVF&s
Though th 1912 baseball season
now Irani almost like ancient his
tory. th exploits of Charlie ("Buck")
Uerso?. of the New Tork Giants,
durine those fames and In faet
throut hout the season, have not been
Choked day after day for. months
with the Roosevelt reports says
the New York Times. And now
he complains that access Jo the pub
lie ear was denied him. Let him try
to imagine what would have befallen
him and his progressives if the news
papers had, in facL cntored Into a
conspiracy of silence". Ho would not
have carried a single state, he would
not have found himself in the com
pany of the "scattering." There is
something wrong with progressive
morality when tbe leader of that
cause, who Is the best advertised man
In the United States, or for that .mat
ter in the world, complains that the
columns of ithe press have been
closed aglnst him. .
U by this statement we measure
other thlng3 the colonel says in his
ari.iriMw to Tiis followers, we must
reach the 'conclusion, that it is -without
present and future ' Importance.
Th9 battle has Just begun, be says.
and. we presume he will continue to
fight Ho think the achievement of
the DrogressUes Is a great, one. He,
and those who agree with him, look
only at the 4,000,000 votes cast for
him. They are unable to gel n laio
their heads that 10,000,000 were cast
against Mm, that by a vote of more
thaa 2, to 1 the voters of tbe country
expressed their preference for some
other man In tho White Housc,The
.proFresles will not be content, he
"bays, "until the 'entire platform Is
miantpd Into ." Whatever things
In thet platform are flt material
Ltatutorv use will be taken by the
other parties. But the mad-house prin
ciples itlfat hiake iw so Jarge;-a .part
and win never unu u iw.- "i
Even before traffic Is opened, Tuc
son is feeling the stimulating Influ
ence qi tjio El Pas6'& Southwestern
railroad, whoso line has been com
pleted to that point. Tucson's pros
perity, present and future, must be
gratifying to all of us. No town In
Arizona can be prosperous and keep
all of its prosperity to itself. It must
communicate a part of it, in varying
degrees to all the other towns.
Wc believe tliat Tucson's new rail
road means more to that place than
any. except the more farseelng, yet
realize. It may not result in the law.
erlng of rates, the benefit that is al
ways expected to follow thc advent
of a now railroad, but which does not
generally follow. The benefit will
come In tbe form of stimulation or tha
minlne and all other Industries in
that region, In an Improvement ol
the railroad service, a certain result of
competition and In the, shape of a
greatly increased population.
The Improved position in which
Tucson finds itself Is another remind
er to Phoenix that IU railroad condi
tions must be Improved. We are find
ing no fault with the roads that are
now serving us. They have done the
valley much good; they havo contri
buted more than any one other agency
to the present statu of Phoenix, for.
without tbem wc would probably have
had none of tbc other contributes
But they arc not main line roads, so
that to some extent and a great one.
we are In a position of isolation,
Phoenix must be put upon a trans
continental lino. It mu3t gire encour-
agement to the completion or the two
licks of the Southern Pacific's
We believe that it Is thc purposo
o ftho EI Paso Southwestern com
pany, ultimately to build to this val
ley. There Is much that can be done
hero toward the hastening of the ful
fillment of that purpose. The board
of trade can do much, la that direction,
but not as much as the great body of
citizens farmers, merchant, labor
ing men and taxpayers, by preserving
a friendly atUtude toward the rail
roads and by not regarding thciu a
beasts of prey with sinister designs
on the public.
Senseless and ungrounded animos
ity toward railroads has done more to
deprive towns of railroad lacuiuca
than difficult geographical conditions
"We may point to the friendly rela
tfon which has always or generally
w.'.lc'i baC been bestowed upon Tuc
son were regarded by the lnterstato
commerce, commission as Ofscriin
atory. Arizona Republican.
NEED HAVE NO FEAR.
The president-elect broke his post
election a'.lence to say cne thing, to
wit: That honest business has nothing
to fear from a genuine democratic ad
Under the existing circumstances
this assurance was well conceived,
and It was timely enough. But the day
will com0 when such an assurance
will be 'superfluous unUer'any" circum
stances. The day jwI come when tpery
schoolboy will understand that sound
democracy and sound business are
interchangeable lerms that the prln.
clples of legitimate and prosperous
commerce and industry are simply a
transcript of the fundamental Ideas of
the democratic order, says the New
In illustration of this truth consider
the following propositions:
Democracy cannot expand and flour
ish unles sthere is a free career tor
talent neither can the world of bus
iness. Whenever the pathways to personal
power are clogged by privileges and
prerogatives and are thus c'o&ed to
men of original and creative entcr-
Jdse. democracy languishes. And so
Democracy, in flinging wide thc
gates of opportunity and ottering an
cnual chance to every man, does not
mean to offer prizes to Umber egotism
or long-winded greed It means to
clear the way- for a rivalry in good
works a race In which the servant
of tbc-people shall be th0 winner of
the laurel crown. Whero the same
rule does not obtain in the industrial
order, enterprise degenerates into
sodden monopoly. And monopoly par
alyzes business. , ,- .
Real democracy Is based upon frdc
contract and mutual Interest It is
have Just as Rood Ideas to offer a3
the men have.
"Some offices are introducing aU
meetings every morning. That's an
other good plan. Folks cau Introduce
ideas, exchange opinions, get a clear
notion or what the proprietor wants
and map out a program for the day.
It promotes a teamwork spirit that
always shows good results.
"But help again the women are
Ignored, I've never been invited yet
to take part in one of our morning
staff meetings, yet tho boss comes to
me individually every day to discuss
something relative to my department,
and when we've finlshted the discus
sion or made a plan which In any w?y
connects up with the rest ot the bus
iness, he wastes time communicating
it tn tho ntfcT !-pnartmentB. when it
LEAVING OUT THE WOMEN might Just as well have been settled
-Th. boss is clvins another dinner I at tho. morning staff meeting.
- ocV $. as usual, the I have an Idea -utbu.
ms,nan whphinY e day. Perhaps he wants to d
ant niKtnn in one or me dis com-, i. ""--- - --- --. -
A NEW BIRTH OF FREEDOM
(New York World.)
Jnder the leadership of Woodrow
Wilson the democratic party has won
its greatest victory since 1S32.
But this victory Is no tawdry parti
san triumph. It Is no vote of confil-
denco in tho democratic party as u
party. It Is a mandate from the peo
ple, and woo be unto the leaders of
this democracy if they falter in ebcdl
enco to that mandate.
The "country is seething with po
litlcal discontent In spite of its un
paralleled material wealth and pros'
pcrityj Tills discontent 'is confined
to no particular class or section. Rich it does not keep thc faith.
and poor alike, children of fortune and
children of poverty, have begun io
lose faith in the efficacy or their gov
ernment to establish Justice and pro
mote the general welfare. They are
not Euro where tbe laulL lies; they are
not uiV.ted as to. the remedy; but this
they know that their Institutions
have been seized by privileged Inter
ests and turned against them; that
subtle, mysterious force operating un
seen havo proved time alter time that
their power over public affairs was
greater than the power ot thc people
as a whole, and they demand that
thc.r government be emancipated
from this partnership.
This is the great work that con
fronts Woodrow Wilson and the dem
ocratic party to restore popular con
fidence in Uie institutions of thc re
public and re-establish a government
ot thc people, by the people and for
For sixteen years' tho republican
party has been in continuous control
of national affairs. In 1S9G it polled
7,104,799 votes. In 1900 it polled 7,
it)7,92a votes. In l'J&t it polled 7.62S.
JSU votes. In 190S it polled 7.07S.90S
votes. But suddenly this seemingly
Invincible organization came crashing
down, to ruin because it had not kept
the faith. Tho democratic party in
turn wilt go crashing down to ruin if
"It's getting to beiuije the rashion,"
she continued, "for the proprietors to
give monthly or quarterly dinners liko
this, to their emplo& "or heads of de
partments. 1 thinkt's a good idea.
But it would be a better Idea If It
was a broader one and included the
wnmen workers as well as the men.
Some employers do, but a lot of them
seem to think women. wouia oe out ui
place at such a gathering. Or they
Just don't think of the women at all.
o io nro nsiiallv left out. when we
would enjy It and appreciate it fully
as much as do tbe men, anu uw
exist, they are both due to a low volt
age of social motion. The political
problem and the economic problem
both arise from tho fact that there are
more Job seekers than Jobs.
The' solution of bolh problems lies
la the releasing of creative forces and
the Increasing of tbe momentum of
enterprise. Wberef ver there are
more . opportunities of advancemnt
than there are men .knocking at the
Kates, the antagdnlsm between labor
and capital vanishes. The antagtnism
between thc majority; and tbe minor
ity vanishes also
Thus one might go'fen indefinitely
multiplying the idlenesses b"Ucen
real democracy and sound buslnets. A
Well, instead of inviting me to join
the mo.-ning meeting and hae my
ideas reidy'for presentation and dis
cussion when every body is together,
more time is was'.ed during the day.
"When women are taking such an
important part in business matters, it
seems to me they should be given tbe
iliirniiv of a nlace in all the dis
cussions to which their masculine co- (
workers are asked. It may Hj ronsld- t
ered galUnt to leave us out. but we
don't feel that way. Wc feel that Ii'h
really a masculine exclusiveness that
shuts us out. oven though we are bus- j
iness equals." ,
n soliciting your business it does not
necessarily mean that all we want is your
money but it also means that we will be
pleased to lend you money, on the proper security,
of course. But the man that has a bank accoiint-is'
entitled to more credit than one who doesn't carry a
bank account. A good bank can help the ordinary
man in many ways. May we help you?
4 per cent on time deposits.
Miners and Merchants Bank
The Conservative Bank
book or a tfhol library might he writ-
the same with sound business. When lpn on the subject. - j
But the point i;SmiEsed until the
lesson is brought home hat the like-
the republican jiarty
pxlstcd between thc people of Tucson
and .the -SouthernVJ'acIficj ever sipp
tho'construfctlon onthejrtad to that
point in thc early eighUes'. The road
has been regarded and treated, al
laost as a municipal 'Institution. In re-
political advantages are wrung -from
tho majority" by fraud, the energy ot
free fovernment is dimlnTsTjed.- And
when economic advantages are
wrested from the people by coraraer.
cial duress the volume of business
runs thin. Men are not free when th'ey
are In need; and there can be no
fair bargaining between hungry men
nnd those who are well fed. The pros
perity of any rests upon the rreedora
Real democracy and sound business
live by discovery and progress.
NeithercaB'iHv'e In. a-statn ot. repbs!
$djroiune.j ftfyh W fe-
rne irecuom oi iree goverumem. re
quires that tho mass of all the people
shall bave effective economic power
I. c the power to change and improve
ner Is more than a likeness. It U an
Identity. The two grand idealism of
the modern world te enthusiasm of
business and the passion for demo
racy are at bottom one nd tbe 3amc
thing. "' - .
The rectification of bHsineea Is thp
realization of democracy.
A GOOD DEFINITION
There 'is nothing that so much suj-
s and strength'enn'a-ThBn'burdned
REST SHELTERED FROM
CONFLICTS AND CARES 01-
Then he wants to know that his
children are receiving tho constant
care and nurture that only a true and
good mother can give.
I have always felt that no amount
ot service can ever atone in the life
or a wife and mother tor carelessness
and neglect In these fundamental
matters. Thesa are primarily a wo
man's world, her "sphere."
And so. while my chlldron wore.
little. I jus,t stayed at home and took
care or them. Not that I did not evon
nt that tim0 take an active interest
in all that my husband was doing
We have alwayd found time to "talk
thlngs,over.' and both or us have re
ceived strength and help In our work
by these .little home conferences.
Mr. Wiion ha, atold mo often that
I help 'him-most by making It pbssi.
id for fcfin to avoid becoming the
rot-bound Jpolltian and economist.
1 baTo learned that a woman can
Lcrvo her husband better Uian by un-
derullcfhg "the work which can satis
fac'torfiy be performed by a moderate-
r.ricetl clerk, or secretary. Mrs. Wood-
1 porta, and
cares' of public life as to be
t .. i
relieved of all anxletyconconilng his
domestl5 and socialjrgjatiocs.
FIRST OK ALu'rJsBV'ERY
win unHerzo a reorganization. It will!.., Tucson has enjoyed rate advent
of necessity become more progressive. Lses over any other point in Arizona their occupations. Where pojirfcal
but not under tbe leadership of Then- until quite recently when the favors I servitude and commercial stagnation AlILE HOME, WHERE HE
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" THE LATEST WAR 'NEWS.
8ftn Francisco Chronicle.)
AlthoUKh It lit intimated In dispatch
es from Soha that Bulgaria will not.
aaree to the Turkish proposal ot an
armistice. It Is difficult to see how tho
cause of tho allies coiild suffer from
a cessation of hotiUljUes preliminary
to a ncg'otiatlon of terms of peace.
Of thc outcome of thc war all doubt
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