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THE BISJiEE DAlLV REV 3EW. BISBEE. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNJNG, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
Published Every Morning Except Monday
STATE CONSOLIDATED PUBLISHING COMPANY.
Editorial Office PHONE NO. 39 2 IUngs
BtiAlnees Office PHONE N0.33
By Walt, per year (Strictly la advance) $7.50
Single Copies 95
By Carrier, per month "5
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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
It will be the earnest endeavor oi The Review never Intentionally to
cund the feeling ot anyone.
should an erroneous statement a ppenr In tho columns of this paper,
.all our attention to it, and If an error due correction will be made and
impte Ju3C.ce cheerfully accorded.
Ihe advertising columns of this paper arc for salo at tho regular
office rates to unobjectionable matter.
Entered as Second Class Matter at tho Posto'fflcc at Dlsbee, Arizona,
under Act of March 4, 1872.
The "dispatches from Washington
stating that the prospects for a cur
rency reform measure, are bright, and
that action may. be secured at the
session of ccmgreSa which convene
next month, would be highly encour
aging if they could bo taken as prob
ably correct It Is true that the lead
er of the democratic majority have
expressed the opinion that currency
reform is second only to tariff re
form, but there has been noting as
yet .on which to predicate tho opinion
that there is anything like a unanim
ity among the democratic leaders as
to twhaf Is required or advisable, ears
the Boston News:
It Is encouraging, however, to
find that Iho conditions, as they af
fect the prcspicts of currency n.
form, are hopeful. The situation is
described In a dispatch from 'Wash,
ington as follows:
"(1) Congressional leaders sro
icady to meet the Issue frankly. Tin
is shown by the recently written let
ters of Chairman Underwood as well
as by statements of other leaders.
"2) There is little or no disposition
to attempt the passage of a bill In eith
er house of congress at the short ses
sion, owing to tho uifflcu'ty of gettns
ready and of securlug legislative) ac
Hon without more time.
"(S) But there is uo inclination to
waste time; on tho contrary, the win-
ter will bo spent in securing. If pos
fible. an agreement on a bill for usp
at the beglnnlnj of the first session
of the new congress. This Is Indicated
by tho action of the legislative sub
committee of the banking and curren
cy committee in determining to hold
hearings in the near future.
"(s) Very little has been beard of
demands (or extreme action of the
kind advocated by some 'progressives.'
The demand is for a sano and couser
evlls without going too far In playing
Into tho hands of any selfish intcr
vatlve bill that will relieve cxUCns
There is always tho danger that
arises from the lack of agreement
among the various elements In the
United States. Te greatest gain to
the currency reform, movement would
to to convince the radicals from tho
west and touth that a central author
ity would not he favorable to Wall
street, and is. In fact, tho last thing
that Wall street wants; if this could
le accomplished tho rest would be
simple. The powerful banks in New.
York bow exert a control over the
monetary conditions that would not
t-xist if the government balances wore
hold by a reserve invitation, but the
.west hag always claimed that Wall
street bankers would soon gain con
trol of the central authority. The Ald-j
rloh plan provided against this In a
manner that is considered as absolute
hut apparently nevor satisfied the rad
leal element The Aldrieh plan Is of
courze deud. as the prejudices against
the man whote Dame It bears has been
oxtonded In an unreasonable manner
to th pte Hsetf, but that a new plan,
combining the essential features ot
the Aldrieh plan, woul db possible, fc
f ' - - ',
THE JOY RIDERS
THEiSOCrAL'ISTVVOTE. j, .
lifts SbliRtetedirlhat tho soolalltt
, this increase In the socialist vote that
party lost ground, bo far as holding
ground won four years ago where so
clnlist officials were chosen In several
cities and Berger. the lone boataltst
congressman was defeated in the Mil
waukee district In Arizona the so
cialist mre than doubled his voting
strength, but had there been a state
election this month It is not apparent
that the socialists would have electeA
a single official in any county.
The socialist vote In Arizona In th
first stat; election fell below the nuni
Ler cast In one or two previous elec
tions and many believe this is ac
counted for because of the numeroui
socialist principles incorporated in
the state constitution. Tho socialists
had advocated for years the Initiative
referendum and recall beforo these
measures attracted tbn attention ot
the democrats. This year thero was
a personal rally call to tho socialists
in this state sounded by Sir. Debs,
the socialist presidential candidate.
who declared that th cdemocratlc
pretended love for certain socialist
doctrines was nothing more than the
cry of the demagogue seeking office.
Commenting on the increased so
cialist vote this year the El aso
Times sayfc? '
"But with the practical doubling of
11JPS8!falist otc of the country with.
In the period of four years It is evi
dent that unless some means are de
vised for throttling tls evil within the
! next four years it may really assume
dangerous proportions. One great
trouble in dealiug with socialists and
socialistic doctrines and dogmas is
tho average democrat is too prone to
resard the party and its 6ophibtcs
with contempt He feels that it is
getting down to too low a level to
tight these people and their doctrines
but at the same tlmo he realizes tho
irravlty and danger of the situation.
A careful study of the situation wi'l
convince tho average party leader
however, of the necessity of getting,;
busy In the combatting of tho further
spread of socialism, or the making
ready to endure a period during which
the disease Is roing to have a run In
'it appeals to the passions and prej
udlces of many of the ignorant ana
uninformed by causing them to be
lieve that the capitalist Qwns tho
courts, the Judges, the Juries and just
about everything, else on the face of
the earth except the socialist )arty.
It promotes btrlfe and contention In
overy community In which it gains a
foothold through the arraying of the
working class aga'nst everybody and
everything that does not subscribe to
socialistic doctrines and dogmas, and
as It Increases In strength It will buv
become the more arrogant and in
solent As a builder of class difctlnc
tlons the socialist party Is the most
jotentlal known factor In the world,
from the fact that in this course lies
Its growth and development
"The state of California Is reeking
with It as a result of its spread In
that direction from the Paa'fic North
west The new state of Arizona Is
honeycombed with It where It has al
ready almost gained the upper hand
through tho Umoronsness of so-called
"democratic loaders ,wlth a streak of
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clrable, such a oalmonl, buotcwheat
cake, potatoes occasionally, bacon,
sausage eggs, cornmeal mush or cof
fee. Jt In othor work which requires
you to bo indoors, such as tho Cffice
breakfast with their paper and can
more easily plan every detail for tho
lay's work. All this, however, must
be worked out by the housekeepct a
she sees it best, for the greatest 60o.t
man, stcuograper or teacher, a lighter! and to the greatest number in her
breakfast of fruit cr roifs and coffeu
end occasionally some of the more
Children run and lluy so much
they can usually tako care Jf what
ever tbelr apiMMIte craven, providing
It Is well-planned food, necowary for
body and brain building.
Tho French custom Is always iolU
and coffee served either in their own
room or dining room. The English,
all the food necessary for breakfast,
on the table. A hot plate keeps the
one or two (Lsaos hot and each one
comes in when he Is ready and help
himself. The American custom Is
usually to have the breakfast table set
and the family gather at onco to eat
I know a family here who never set
the table for breakfast Cheap, light
trays and paper doilies are In read I-
i ness for each member of tho family
When ready for breakfast he or she
gets the tray and silver and puts on
whatever he or she cho"3ea to fjx
breakfast food, hot rolls, coffee, etc,
all in readiness in the kitchen. Tho
tray is then carried to the dining room
table. When finished they pile up the
dishes and put them away In their re
This is In a family of lour, with
children old enough to holp them
solves and they all like it
Most business men prefer a quiet
COIIN MEAL. MUSH
Yellow Corn Meal , 1 c
Water 1 c
Salt ...1 tsj)
A' UK ,. l&
Hour , !i
Kfreless cooker or double boiler.
C equal oup. T equal tablespoon.
Tap. equal teaspoon. All measurements
Put the given amount of water and
milk into tho granite pall and boiling
water Into 'so f.reless cooker utensil.
Set both over the fire, when the milk
and water are boiling, add the- salt and ,
slowly add tho cornmeal, stirring cou-f
stantly. and at the last add the flour;
stir this in thoroughly, cover whll'i
boiling and tet once in the boiling wa
ter in the cooker vessel. Cover this
and boll for filteen minutes and trans
fer quickly to the cooker, to leave six
or eight hoi'rs over night Remove
from the cooker and turn out into a
Plate, where it can bc sliced, dipped
In flour ,or egg and bread crumbs and
fried in hot fat. Servo with bacou.
Where there is no Hrcless cooker la
thc house use a douole boiler or a ves
sel set -.n hot water.
throughout the nation, and It will ona structing the Panama canal. Tho first
day cause much woo to this nation at
a whole through its dVregard of every
cherished national Institution unless
the American nation as a whoU
awakeM to tho dangers of the situa
tion and begins a tight against social
iam that will soon wipo out of ex
The final result of the presidential
election in tho state of California has
not yet been determined. The official
count has been made of the eutiro
state except in tho county of Ijos An
geles where the democrats have taken
the count into court on charges of
fraud committed by tho? Bull Mooso
Taking the counts of the election
loards in Los Angeles as the truo re
trial trip of a vessel through the par
tlally completed canal js expected
to bo made next summer. This has
been a costly piece of work, but it
Is expected to become an important
factor in the commerce or thc world.
All the Pacific coast states are ex
pected to benefit largely in the mat
ter of reduced freight from all parts
of the world Including the Atlantic
In the state; thc republicans, divided
or reunited, will have small chanco
for success at tho next election.
EDITOR VISITS PHOENIX.
(Prescott Courier l
Last Monday evening tho Courier
man rode the choo choo cars to ,
Phoenix and returned tho next nlglu
This was his second visit to Phoenix, j
tho first having been soon after the
Inaugurar.on of the late Governor'
Franklin, as the governor of the ihen
m, ii.it.... -,- .... .,,,i -. territory of Arizona. On the last trip
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THE SECRET OF 1LONG 3LXFE.
Do not up the springs of life by neglect of the human mechanitm. by allowing
the accumulation of poisons in the system. An imitation of Nature's method of
restoring waste of tissue and impoverishment of thc blood and nervous strength is
to take an -Iterative glyceric extract (without alcohol) of Golden Seal and Oregon
grape root, Bloodroot, Slonc and Mandrake root with Cherrybark. Over -40 years
ago Dr. Pierce gave to t'tt public this remedy, which he cajlcd Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. lie luund it would help the blood in taking up the proper ele
ments from food, help the liver into activity, thereby throwing out thc poisons from
the blood and vitalizing the whole system as well as allaying and soothing a cough.
No one ever takes cold unless constipated, or rxhaurtcd, and having what we
call ma!-n-jtntion,vhich is attended with impoverished blood
end exhaustion of nerve force. The " Discovery" is an all
round tonic which restores tone to the blood, nerves and
heart by imitating Nature's methods of restoring waste
of tissue, and feeding the nerves, heart and lungs on rich
" I snffera! frnm paW under rir rait thon'iin blade alo a Trry
f yw roueh," write Mrs. W. 1Xkn. of New BronkUnd. S. C to Dr.
1L V. Pierce Buffalo, N. Y. Usd I Mr different doctor and none did
SrVvr. to hT an operation. 1 was bedridden, unable to sit up for sir months
' v i I and was nothing but n lire skeleton. Yon sdvied me to take Dr.
IVhm 1 a.4 tlcn onn l.ittln of tho 'nisfawrv I could sit Un for an
hour at a time, and when I had taken three bottles I could tlo my
150,000 lives, to say nothing of the Ancll Martin fit them with glasses
fearful suffering -Ondurad by the f -.."ft-" 'IT Uar'
wounded and the cost to the countries, looking elevators can find a stairway
en?agcd ii tho conOIct Tho war H ' by looking qlosely. Wo took the -tali
' ' way going and com.ng, to the evident1
now believed to bo near Its end with disappointment ot the colored boy
tin Turks completely dVeatcd by tho' w appeared to want to get the drop i
1 ii us liv nntlnlnir tin intri thft trn.t
suit gives Itoosevelt a majority of 119. people who hav0 so long been an- anj then closing the barred door I
However, ths does not mean that PO'.ed on by the Turkish empire. Thero
Itoosevelt will get the entire electoral will bo general satlefactlon over th
vote of that state. It Is conceded that! vanishing power of the Turk.
three or four of the democratic elec-j
tor candidates run ahead of their tick
ct and are elected. It It believed that
the democrats of California could
have won a decisive victory had they
loldly fought for victory on the prin
ciples announced in tho Baltimore
platform, but Instead of that they
were "trimming" through th0 entire
campaign in efforts to win votes for In
dividual candidates for congress and
caudrjlate for president In the recent! tate of Teptas It
cfeotftw polled approximately one mil
lion votes in this country, about dou
ble the vote received by the came
OGBdWale to tfftS. NetwKbstandlne
rod In their composition. In the great
:s grewjag rapidly,
The Arizona university, through Its
agricultural department, has inaugur.
a ted a new plan of attracting attention
to the agricultural possibilities of tho
state. A demonstration K to make a
tour of the state carrying exhibits ot
results from soil cultivation undei
aious conditions. This train was
It there was ever a question about
rhoenlx being a city that question
no longer exists, and we believe that
this generation w'll teo its population;
Increase to fifty thousand souls. It H ,
i rapidly connecting with its surround-,
Now that BIsbce has demonstrated surburban towns and the latter
are spreading over a country where a
the generosity of its citizens by wip-, combination of rich land, plenty of wa
inc out the debt owed by the Elks ter and a salubrious climate need onl,
..,,,. , tlu- co-oueratlon of man to make tho
lodge, the Review would seggosi man SaIt rier valley an empire in itself.
Bisbeo would be willing to provide Tho impressions one receives are very
similar to muse one gets upuu ionium
a crItable hl?h school building in
tho city lf properly approached. Tho
Bevicw want3 to see Bisbeo In tho
front rank In thc matter of public cd-
Southern California rtties Thc oil-1
mate and surrounding conditions ar .
very similar, Indeed, not forgetting the '
man who greets you on tne ctree- un
der the impression that he has met
vi-i cnmatcliiiru ifnrf nnrl flnfiprt lv
, .. ... .1.lm (hit. .-.r.L-1 Jv" BW...V" . v- Uw.u.v .
ucauou uuu wo ituuui. wi.m uu -... nan(inK J0U a real estate agent tard.
nntil w in tvnt to a rrcditablo high And this suggests the thought Why
Tho republicans ot the state are al
ready talking of plans of setting to
gether for the state campaign In 1014.
There Is little probability, however,
that tie Bull Moose and standpatters
can ever bc harmoniously harnocsed
again in Arizona. If the democrats
furnished by tho Santa Fe railroad . can maintam j,aace during tho period
llanr nrofessors accompanyicd tho
train to Phoenix when It arrived Mon
day. The train also carries poultry
and live stock and Instructive lec
tures are dellvercl at every stop. This
is a good move by the university and
on0 which will result In good for the
new state. The Arizona University Is
making good In its every undertaking
under the direction ot Dr. Wilde.
of distribution of federal patronage
not try a visit to Phoenix once, in
Mead of C'alirorn.'a. A little more cul
tivation of the Arizona for Arlzonans
sentiment would soon place Arizona
cities and resorts In a position where
they would, offer every attraction to
the visitor that is io be found In Cal
ifornia or anywhere else. We met not
a few former residents of I'rescott.
each and all of whom said they cr
doing well and spoke with enthusiasm
of the present condition and future
out look of their adopted home AH
the Phoenix people arc particularly
courteous to -the stranger withiii th
gates." and this not only 'helps
some," but it heirs a whole lot
Phoenix has been brought to a halt
in Its efforts to establish a commis
sion form of government for that city.
How-fiver, tho fact that certain pro
visions of the ccw charter is not in
liarmony with the state constitution.
It Is not believed will invalidate the
whole and efforts are now being made
to Induce tho governor to approve
the charter on the pledge being given
that the erring .sections will bc
Iiromptly-'amchdeil.i-It 1st hoped that
jpbc-enlx can nd tv tncans ,to, save Its
charter as Its formation and aUoDtlon
has cost thc city a large iltenxot ex
and In many counties of tha state,
has already reached the point where
it names county candidates. It Is ai unch Sam Is making splendid prog-
virile and growing force for troabloreES i the work of dfgglng and con
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and whims of a family than break.ast .
We have all known in some time o
our life the man or woman to whom!
we were arrard to speak until trie haj
their hrcakfast What nnnun,.' rr
I we had lived, eaten and worked rlgh
lhe day before, and had a reaonablr
amount of sleep, we should got up a
a normal baby who wakens in th?
morning, perfectly happy and good
naiured. It is absolutely absurd to
txll tho most lioatittfiil unit of tho
(Mrs. Alice Giuhe'1 Kir. i day being grouchy. Besides, It ma
"We never eat breakfast, said ni help to make things go wrong the rest
friend of mine one aay to mc just ot me entire day
a clear cud of coffee which Mr A.'
drinks while shaving and as I dress
I have mine." -I have; a very simple
breakfast," I replied. "G
Jratpe 'rult or
a shredded wheat biscuit With iruUifeast Jen-good deep Urcatiur near ah
jutco or. cream and sometlmesa lea-j
apoomui oicnoppi uuu uicr ii, uuu
occasionally a cup of coffee." But
w'e hear many say. "L eaU no break
fastuwhatcver,'' ard others, "I muti
liave 'a hearty breakfast." So there
wo are. with, a variety of astes for
sure, particularly itwe were''aH part
of the same family. There Is no meal
more difficult la catering to the tastes
The desire for food Is individual
and s largely governed by the occu
pation ono is engaged In.
On risyiSv In the morning take at
dnen window. Inhale and exhale. Takn
a quick, tepid- bath -about three' min
utes) or a dry rub with a coarse towel.
Now YOU..WT.1I begin 'to feel alive.
While dressing drink 'at. least a pint
o( water, hot or cold; sip at first, do
not gulp all down at once. Now you
aro ready for breakfast.
If engaged in physical or outdoor
work a more hearty breakfast la d
cooking and tend to the ehftdrrn. I tnolc fourteen bottles in all and wus
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