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THE KISBEE DAILY REV IEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1912.
BOND ISSUE URGED
Cqpy of. Petition Auking $5,
000,000 deceived by. Dr.
Bjedsoe Sets Forth De
sires on .Road Building
SOME FEATUERS DO
NOT SUIT LOCALLY
Thru agitation for a bond Issue for
tho purpose of Immediately complet
ing; the state highway system la Ari
zona Is being continued is indicated
by a letter with Inclosurc with Dr. N.
C. B.tedtfbo, chairman of the roads
lommltleo of the Commenjjnf club
and district supervisor of the Border
land Highway tasoclatlou has recelv
" ed from the secretary of- the Arizona
Good Roads association, Malcolm A.
The letter senf to Dr. Bledsoe Is self
explanatory and Is aa-follows; l
Dr. N. C. Bledsoe,
We-hate M;n circulating a -petl-tloa
among the1 voters and taxpayer
of Yniapal county, commending our
senator, and representatives. In tho
state legislature a bond issue of $.",
000,000. This petition appears in full
While 'circulating the petition wo re
ceived certain suggestions from our
' legislators which confirm us in the
opinion that we should closely embody 1
, the recommendation -of the Arizona j
Good Roads association committee ot
which you are a -member. "We have
therefore prepared a further form of
petition which Is. -added ,to the en
Oir -Inclination la to favor tho en-
closed as If, now rads. Wo shall bo
glad toi have any suggestions from
you as(o 'the advisability or adopting
Ibis form for use in collecting voters'
aijd taxpayers' signatures throughout
" thie state. f
' Yours very truly.
! ; t MALCOLM A. FBASEK.
; Petition as Suggested
.The following copy of a proposed
petition .wa3 attached.
"We, voters and taxpayers of ....
County, favor the immediate comple
tion 'of the present projected state
r Kghways and the further construction
1 anu maintenance ol a complete j-
tern ot state highways connecting
(county teats of Arizona with each
' other or with state highways, with
'. money to be raised by a state bond
' "We therefore respectfully petition
and urge the senators and representa
tives from County to vote and as-
J sist by all honorable means, the en
- actroent of n law at the coming ses-
sion of the legislature, providing for
r. a bond issue in an amouu-. sufficient
i to complete and maintain such high
ways." Other Suggestions Made
The further suggestions for high
J way building as mentioned in the let
t ter' to Dr. Bledsoe are a3 follows:
""The early construction of state
highways anu the completion of a
Mate system connecting the several
county scats and important cities wifji
each other or -vlth tn state highway.
"The definite location and construc
tion of state highways by a non par
" tlcan commission.
"A bond issue of not less than J3,
, 000.000 to provide funds for such con
, stntctlon with proper provision for re
stricting such bonds a Jtated at inter
vals. "The maintenance of such roads
Jiy necessary provision.
"That a request be made by the
boards of supervisors and county en
s gineers to give--the number of miles
- -to be constructed to their county lines
connecting one county seat with an
other or with state highways.
"And wc heartily endorse the early
buiidlng of a national highway and
lavor the cooperation of state and na
, L-; 2
tion in Its early completion.'
Some Objections Found
Local sentiment largely- faor a
bond Issue so that new comers and
sMbscqueut settleits Jwtll contribute
their share fur the building of the'
highway system. Ab to amounts and.
ways of expending there la a" dlv-
.slon of sentiment however. .
it may be stated, as a- result of
conversations held at different times
heretofore with persons who are ao-
.tlve In good road work, with uieto-
bers of the boaid of supervisors and
with legislators, all from this county,
that the project of a nou partisan com
mission, as proposed, will meet with
Btrong opposition here. Cochise coun
ty, thesepeople maintain, had a iuf
flcient eiierienco with the old citl
zen's board ot-control which had h
road work durlpg; the territorial re
gime and BentCoch!se .county money
away to-the neglect of work here.
As has beene learned from the
same sources the people of Cochise
county will insist uion knowing
where and ho- much of the propos
ed sum to be raised y the boud issue
shall be expended. There is an in
clination to Insist on a pro rata dis
tribution similar to that now in vogue
in the disbursement of the road funds.
County, Wants Share
It Is recognized that road building
In mountan districts is expensive and'
that those districts are generally
sparsely settled and the building of
roads through those districts furnish
es a problem. But it is insisted by
those -most interested here that Co
chise county will turnlsh a large pw
iiorMnn of the money mat win uo
used to retlie the bonds and is con
sequently eaUDed,to dictate how that
money shall Te -spent. That people
here can hardly be expected to build
roads up in 'Coconino. Apacne. -o-hr.v
nnrt other? northern counties. In-,
,.i,,.Hr..- Vavnhal. unless Its lust share !
be given to Cochise, and certaiulj
they win notaft "a coaru oi ruucuu
and western ana normern resmcujo
of the state do the dictating as wouiu
be the case with me proposeu m-
Last Clause Unpopular
In the face of the way that othor
portions of the state have worked.
against me oucimuu v....... .
Ocean highway the suggestion rela
iiv m thA National highway will not
be well received In this city or Doug-1
las for jmai,is tne prujtti i "-.-nrtorsed
bv the ones who desire to
leave the south end of the state. Doug-,
las-iBisbee and lucson on me man
aflil.'such endorsement, said a well
known good roads advocate yesterday,
would mean, that the people of tliiij
section were ready now to abandon,
the only at "present feasible route
through Arizona, the Borderland, -and
to work against their own Interests
at the behast of Del Potter. Itirdy Bul
lard and the coterie which they rep-
re scut "
On the main points of the petition
it is likely that people of Cochlsa
countv wfilb agreed but on the mat
ters mentioned as objectionable it.
may be that' lie legislators from thi
county will be asked to take the oih
position and to defeat the embodi
ment of such ideas In any bill that
comes before them at the next ses
sion. McGOORTY OUTPOINTS GIBBONS
NEW YORkT X. Y., Dec. 4. Kddle
McGoorty- 'of- Oshkosh. outi)inled
Mike Gibbons, of St. l'aul In every
round of their ten round bout .at tne
Madison Square garden tonight.
Unwilling to Disturb Her.
A majority of tbe men are willing
i permit the mannish girl to be her
"Finds Tongues In ree3 "
A man writes, well only what he haa
een or soffercd. De Goncourt
One Was Enough.
Baseball Captain "You shouldn t
be so hard on the boys. Tncy played
sell Th? gamo was lost through just ; apple was called a costardmonger
an error." Manager "Yes, so waa j hence "costermonger" and "coster."
ParadUe." Boston Transcript, London Standard.
PHYSICIAN WHO JREMAERID SOOl? ASTER
j. , . ,
.WJJU.J2i' JJUi&Xtt. JLWJJXVXJM7 JJUK JULUllUHXi
Mrt. Florence Cavllter Smith and Dr.
Arthur B. Smith.
Dr. Arthur B. Smith, forty-flva. of
SprlRfifield. O.. Is In jail ciarged
with 3rst dPKrca murder. On March
IS last, bis first wife. Mrs. Florence
Cavllee'r Smith.' died suddenly. Short
ly thereafter ho remarried. Later.
.Springfield authotltles becama sus
picious and had the first Mrs. Smith's
body exhumeJ and the stomach ex
amined by experts. Then a special
grand jury was called, which Indict
ed Srplth on a charge oC poisoning his
first wife. He is held without bail.
MOVE BORDER PATROL
Changes Announced for Third and
L-Xs. - .Second; Cavalry, ,
"AX AXTOXIO. Tex. Dec. 4 Elgtit
troohssofthe llilrd XJ. S.Cava15now
on ilexfean border patrol duO' ba-.e
been ordered to concentrate at I-)rt
now at Fort Bliss, will go on .Mexican
Locusts Blinded Aviator.
A Spanish aviator nearly lost htJ
life by colliding with a sarm of lo
custs. He was flying at a height ot
CO feet when he ran into the swarm,
which so blinded him that he lost con
trol of the machine.
RlbDea costard Apples, a cookl:
kind, are now to be s?cn In the shops.
i Tho costard Is referred to in tho
j household accounts of Edwarl I., In
whose reign the street seller of the
ln-selecting,you"r Fall and Winter Suit ar Overcoat from our
stock' of ADLER'S COLLEGIAN GLOXHESyou are guarding
against any possibility, of dissatisfaction. YoiK wilt procure
clothe which will tit perfectly, be of the latest style, made from
fabrics of the newest designs, and thoroughly. ; dependable
qua,5ty ' - i& I
jTTVyien you try'.bn one. -of these Suits or Overcoats,
-m you'll be astonished How different they ae from
others. Every garment is thoroughly good style, and .
we are showing such an extensive range of colors and
patterns, you can find exactly What you desire. .iht.
We wantypiLto see these new' Fall and-Wjnter models in
Suits and Overcoats. It's not necessary to buy;. Try on a
few of the" garments and make your own cdmparispn1., Don!t
decide on your new suit until you see wh at we have fo show
Prices . Range From
$10 to PjU
MAIN STREET ,?
m rvnnn -nsx-. .--r-m.-n.-nn'
Alaskan Mine Suffers Loss of Quart-'-
er of a Milllown Plant.
JUNEAU, Alaskartlfpc- The one
hundred i stamp qtiartH , crushing mill,
valued at 2JO,fiOO Jedent'iy' erected in
Alaska for the. Perseverance mine
RiS"Vor Low , u?slt- vf from
Juneau was destroyed by
nignt. it will lie rebuilt
' The Current Craie.
"A great many old Jdays are being
Gtted out with. aliged melodies and
jnt out as operettai." "That's rlghL
But they're going too far. I know of
ne actress who Is going to star Jn a
ausical version of the- multiplication
Motor Csr Jumpa Three Feet.
j A motor car with six occupants
I Sashed up to a drawbridge at ilsddis-
coe. Norfolk, Just as it was being
closed, and safely leaped across a
ipace of three feet between tho two
'.eaves. London Mail.
'JJJi'J'J' 'l'J."RI!'i '" ' "1'1
J STAMP MILL BURNS.
IN KATYDID DEAL
(Continued from Pago 1 )
company and of ibe Er'e railroad
which owned tliat company, .to agree
to sell the coal company's Interest in
the Katydid uump lo Judse Archbald
and Edward, J. Wllliapis.
Answer Is Denial
In hit. answer Judge Archbald do
nlrd that he had acted corruptly, or
taken advantage of his position. Tis
attorneys took the position that It
was not a crliuo for a federal judge
to become Interested In an attempt
to .purchase proierty from one who
waa or might become a litigant be
fore his court. They declared that no
attempt was made to" get the prop
erty for less than its fair value.
Another (prominent charge was that
Judge Archbald undertook for a con
rideratlcn to assist George 11. Wat
son, an attorney of Scranton, Pa to
tettle a reparation suit brought by tho
Mariot. Coal company against the Del
aware. Uickawanna and Western rail
road company, and to sell for C. .G.
ISoland and W. P Boland, a large por
tlon of the stock of the Marlon Coal
company to tbe railroad. In his
ansVer Judge Archbald declared he
acted In this matter merely as a friend
of Watson, and C. O. Boland, without
ever having received a suggestion of
In response to every charge attor
neys or Judge Archbald replied that
theacts charged did not constituteau
impeachable ofTense. or a high crime
or misdemeanor, as. defined in the con
stitution. GREECE TO CONTINUE
WAR WITH TURKEY
(Continued from Page 1.)
the task of dealing in conjunction
with Sir Edwin Grey, the British for
eing secretary. In regard to the ques
tions of the Balkan war.
CLASH IS DENIED.
ATHENS. Greece. Dec. i. An Offi
cial statement denies tbe report of
-tighting nt Semss between Greeks and
Bnlgariiuifi and declares te most
friendly relations e::Ist between the
I a'lis imd their armies.
DELEGATES NOT NAMSD.
SOFIA, Dec. L Bulgarian dfcle
gates to the peace negotiations luve
not.becn announced, but It Is pre
sumed Dr. Daneft, president of thfe
chamber of deputies will head the
mission. He Is exacted to visit Buch
arest before going to 'London.
'iP.ublic satisfaction at a' completion
of the armistice would bo deeper, but
for theaUltnUe ofGreece, which not
only excites' anflpjance' In oillcial
quarters, but arouses apprehensions
as "to future difficulties with Greece
and he Balkan allies.
"One of the ilrst things that wai
told tne when I landed in the state ol
Massachusetts, In my vacation Iron:
the territory of Hawaii, was the story
at a little girl In the Sabbath school
The class was asked by the teach-i
what heathen was. Several girls gav
answers, and finally this little one put
up her hand, shaking It most vigor
ously, and the teacher asked her, ant
this was the definition she gave.
Heathen is anyone born outside th
state of Massachusetts.' " Exchange
The story goes that Java was lost to
the Brit h crown through geographic
al Igcor rico. When the British were
negotiating with the Dutch early In
tho tost century, a trembling secretary
DolMed out 'a Lord Liverpool that the
Dutch claimed tbe island of Java
"Java, whero Is Java? Let 'em have
It," roared, his lordship.
Football Condemned. .
' Football has always had Its enemies
ra "The Anatomle of Abuses," publish
ed'in I5S3, the game is Soundly abused
Its author describes football as "s
bloodle and murdering practice." "For
loth- net everyone lye in walte for hlf
adversaurle," he argues, "seeking tc
overthrow him or to plcse him on hit
nose, though it be upon hard stones!
In ditch or dale, in valley or hill, o:
what place roiu-r It be, ho carett
not, so he have him down?"
Blobbs "Why do those two girls
loth hate you so?" " Slcbbs "l once
nnoceriUy .remarked "Jfcr.t they looked
Jik3."-3hlJadeIphT jlecord. .
If you wish to-preservo yonrsslf In
iealth and safety. arc-Id serious cares
jid do not gIvoIwa7 to passion.
aUa Proviorb ''
Friendship In Adversity.
Friendship, of iuelf a holy tie.
made more sacred by adversity.
, . . . Value. ,
' AfplBt.et;coiiret'-W worth
than a barrel of foo!-hardlnsas.
1 ' i :
JO SutXcd no i&?n o Aiussu on
j jsao Xnpo) Xi;ca. rHSO- cn JB
. -d A.
" ' WiuwwiiiMiiiWi)trwiiwiiiiiMiiininf,i;iaiitijiij.iiiiit i m m
the morning a chilly ordeal.
With a Perfection SrnokeleM.OU Heater yeu dress
in comfort on the coldest day.
A touch of a match, and the Perfection is aglow in a
minute. Later, you. can carry it to any other room, and
breakfast, read oriewin'co.mfort.
In fact, a Perfection Heater is just as good as a fire. '
and much cleaner and more convenient.
t it m hmnJumm- Afr, f. A$k yur JtmUr f At ym
m rcfin r writm for dmttriptium cfn.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
4S1 MrVt Stu.t . Su Tnvut
10-foot strings, Jlio per dozen.
gus Sprengerll Sprays, $L3a ptr
50c each, $4.50 per dozen.
Write for prices dn cut Ilower3.
Cash with order.
Is Given One Hundred Dol
lars Fine or One Hun
dred Days in Jail
DOL'GUVS, Dec L Determined to
.ptop gtm. "toting" In the city. .Judge
Itice sentenced Santiago Uizero, a
Mexican, to serve 100 days in ibe
county jail or pay a fine of $100. - In
sentencing him the Judge said:
"I want all the officers of the city
to keep a close watch for gun to'ers
an arrest them on sight I am going
to put a Jto'i tc it in. some way and
will give every one that U brought
before me the limit of the -law for
Thomas l-aw. a pioneer of Douglas
and on tltre ni.inaser ct th-2 (Jds
(ten hotel :it Doiulus, :s now SiirU'nt
naiiarer of the Adam's Ijotci in
1'hocr.K Mr. Law was also
onco proprietor of the California Ho
tel in Los Angeles. -
MORE ROOMS AT "Y"
By the changing of a few partitions
in the Y. Ot C. A. building on the
second floor three new sleeping rooms
were added. One of the rooms has
two beds and each of the others p
single bed. The great demand fo'r
rooms there has brought abodt Hie
change. Secretary Fraser Is also
planning to make a few other im
provements in the building In a short
WILL BUILD HOMES
Contractor Jack Sparks, who re
cently was awarded the contract for
the construction of a modern- home
for Joe- Cdllsher on Tenth" street in
the Clausen addition, broke- the
ground this morning. The bouse, will
contain seven rooms and have all- fas
Word was received this niornlng
from County Banger Roy Sapdersbh.
by City Marshal John Igo'ta'the ef
fect that the Chlrfcahua' mountains
are covered with from IfVe1 to ergbt
Inches of snow and are presenting a
most beautiful picture from- the dis
tance. ' '
At the Woman's Club. Friday after
noon. Dec. Ctli. Aprons,- I'ancy work.
f FcTns, Bulbs Slid homemade' cajidy.
AdvertlscmenL " ,270
" Tjsiiana opid"poo3 i
3iijjCcs inJOM iqu st iw jj SActj "no.
anrqi atrj JJ ;q3jj st msjtpqutrg
-oomut jadojd uitrjqo oi trairaor am
jfoci oqw ?nq 'sjsnusj vdxa aiaoo i oughlr. Cream butter and jusarj. adJ beaten
q O lss oq SJtoq Jo; (OOtjas 3aijToilc add alternately flour, mixture and
-niai b, pn,sjiqtn ren; sHrajsny fiqnid; add wMpped whites. beatjfor ten
h?uijle) tfog uenenv ii?e3i
iCpoqon 'Inq nsrao wsSts J0' VVX
sieap vmta o, parol mi
,. , inm.n t ivm tminuanmi r
Xjejuoo mj o 00JeJ '
ji?jiuer auj Ol 100.1,4'
3 "windows;opensd "first
aid" to health -and beauty.
But it makes eettine -uo in
Our popular-sized Holly Wreath
for Xmas. $1.00 each. ISrallai.
Asparagus I'lumosus and AspariP
100. Asiaragus riumosus.'STodt,
EARNEST IN FIGHT
A Number Join Constable
Thomas in Effort to An
nul Law Oustini! Them
, Constable C. N. Thomas Is contin
uing to receive favorable ropliea io
.the letters sent out b him. asking
that state precinct oflicers contribute
to a fund used In fighting the consti
tutionality of the law that will mae
all precinct offices vacant on Jan. 1.
The letters were sent out by Con
stable Thomas On Monday and already
he has received about ten replies, in.
his letter he asked that the precinct
officers contribute one-third of their
mouth's salary to the fund. Check3
fur this amount have been received
in a number of replies.
There are about 170 precinct offices,
equally divided between justices of
the peace and constables. In the
state. Should the recently passed,
law be put Into effect, all these offices
will become vacant on Jan. 1. Thoso
behind the movement to have the
law declared unconstitutional wilt
take the matter to the superior court,
and, if necessary, to the ' supremo
Lei us have some names from tha
children for the new ljowcll Theater.
Contest closes Saturday night. -Dec.
H. Address all answers to J. L.
Frazler, Lowell, Ariz. AdverUsement
As fruit cake improves with age, it is a
good plan to bake several loaves at once
enough to last through the Holiday Season.
Wrap the loaves in oiled paper, put them
In acool place, and they will keep air winter.
This recipe Is an exceptionally good one.
and if followed carefully, you will -have
cake that you will be proud to serve on any
occasion that may arise during the winter.
K C Dark Fruit Cake
Br Mr, Janet McKeroie Hill, Editor
ol the Boston Cookinjj School Magazine.
i cups flour; 5 tecupoovul tall; 1 tea
tvoovfulKCBakinartrwdenSteaarxxm. JmIj cinnamon; 2 taupomfitt, allspice
nutmry, icaspooniui cacn, cloves
ana mace; j ids seeded raising: 1
Sift together flour, salt, oaVoi;r' powder
I -nd fnL.,. Dntec fniit with flo.ir. ihor-
'"TVi. ,J1 iyil.lSJJZi.2
tourt,-coyenoff--pn wimipaperiuau twp-
- Uirrds iaKea. f . -K .
taialnr this and S9 other deCttux recipe
I irv.'v . ;' . . . t ."' :.'::"
' r- m.L. . '- .
L i ;
currants; I lb. chopped Jigs; I Vo. sliced
' citron; grated rind of I ar-
lemon; 2 cups butterr S a3&U3
cups tvgav, 13 ejgs, ffiMF
(whitesanduolks beaten KlEM
separately;) cupwine IttJ