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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. SUNDAY MORNING, JAN" UARY o. 1913.
OR. KENNEDY'S PARIY IHUNTER IN HOSPITJuT
BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
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TO WHOM IT KAY CONCERN.
It will be the earnest endeavor of The Review never Intqntionally
to ,wound the felling of anyone. ' '-"
Should an erroneous statement appear In the columns of this paper,
call our attention to 'it. and if an error, due correction will be made and
ti m pie justice cheerfully accordedr
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office rct,eR to unobjectionable matter.
Entered as Second Class Matter at ths Postaffioe at Bbee, Arizona,
under Act of March 4,'1S72. '
THE OLD YEAR x
AND THE NEW. '
Says the New York Times: "Tho
year 1912- has been notable for agita
tion and un&ettlemeut. for tilings be
pan but not yet (Completed, perhaps
never to be completed, rather than
for determinations actually reached.
TLe most disturbing agitation of tbejr(vws w, bear frult ln any veil-con-'
3 ear was uouiir iu.ii '"uj
Mr. Roosrvelt was the prime mover.)
for his progressive party formulated a,
program of action that aimed at gravoi
changes In. the structure of our gov.'
.mm.nl 1 tvmilrl hav. rhflti.Ml nil? t
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ulone the governmnnt, but the hublts
cf the people. The voters returned
an adverse verdict on Nov. 5. That!
ended the matter for the time being. I
but the agitation continues. The Hplr-J
'it of unrest hss been rife in the rank?
of labor, especially thVoush the deter
mined effortsof the Industrial Work-
ers of the World to establish their,
sway over wage earners everywhere
by methods that have not always
X-een kept within the law. The pre-.i:.
vi.illng opinion In American commu'iug a ne charter providing for a J
nitles Is that, this organization Is a
iwwer for evil .One question in re-
gard to the labor agitation has been ' of Phoenix are showing determina
settled. The result of the ludlahapoIUj tion to .secure this new governmental
trials, ending ln the conviction and, method and have started the machln
sentence of thirty-eight men ot the ery in motion for the adoption of an
-Iron Workers' Union for destroying, amended charter that will be free
life or property by dynamite, ba(
made It clear that labor Is not to be.
permitted to ebtabllsh the closed) ln Ulsbee a Joint committee Is at
shop by such methods. The tine otjvork gathering data and all informa
$250,444 imposed upon tbs Hattersition possible bearing on the new plan
Union In the Danbury case Is another of city government. This committee
evidence ot the temper of the law and ; is composed of representatives of tho
public opinion towards the boycott; Warren District Commercial club, the
The socialists, too, have been active! limpness Men's Protective assocla-
they are always active. They nearly.jjlon and the city council. It is ex
doubled the Debs vote, reaching a total' ;ected ll.at this committee will be
of nearly a million, which .would! rea'dy to make a recommendation oc,
doubtles-s have been larger but, for,
the diversion of no little pirt of the!
soclalist strength to the progressive
ticket, Mr. RceveltV platform was
in many ways acceptable to the social
ists. The woman suffrage propaganda
has been carried on with great -zeAll
and energy, not only in Kngiand but
In this coun'jy. where in. .several
states for the first time women voted .
Tor presidential electors. The public
continues to regard this movement
with a sort of amused Indifference,
an attitude which encourages some o?
tho chief laborers in the cause to
hope for ultimate success.
Agitation lu behalf of many other
causes has been noted, here and
abroad. The beady wine of aspira
tion has risen to the brains of a
host of good jjeojjie In this steady
going world, and they have given old
fosyism ,a rude shaking up. In our
country it cnnot be dobnted that
the great business revival promised
by-the year's generous crops has been
checeed by the political uncertain-
ties ot a transition period, a transi
tion which, some men fear may be to
Tery different and not Letter condi
tions. The pessimists in these matters
lose sight of the great saving force
that lies in the common sense of th
American people. We are still musv
"In? up the corporations a good deal,
but public opinion Is coming to ac
cept that as being tor the general
pood. It cannot be bad that Tlolators
of the law should be called to account.
NevertBelf, we do 8eera to " et
ting down to rather petty details when
the great powers of the government
nre- marshal' to I"tect th Pop'
.ipainst monopoly prices of a break-
ft!3t food which they are not ca'lled
upon to buy, and which has many
rivals. Wall' Street has had its full
share o fattention and tit ereformers
are in full cry after the money trus:
nd the stock exchange. The public up
to the present time is without assur
ance that the investigations in prog-
s'uered. wise, or satisfactory remedial
legislation. Indeed, there has been!
much rati,,, blind groping after
ootl thinps In the past year atid
arljer lhat j,,,,, hHosophers have
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ventured upon me conjecture mai we
..j8t be 1K18sing through the.iail o!
'OF CITY GOVERNMENT.
The sentiment lu favor of the coin-
"on form .of municipal govern
laent is growing rapidly in Arizona
and Douglas, our neighbor city, is
-the last to start a movement to secure
Phoenix was unfortunate in adopt-
commission that Was In conflict with!
the state conttitutlon, hut the citizens'
of objection, so far as the constitution ;
the question in the near future.
There are several forms of commis
sion government that have been put
In operation ln cities throughout the
country some are said to be most
admirable, advantageous and econom-
ical in their operation, while other.!
lusv been criticised as not better, if
as good asslhe old comtnen covpcil
plan, now provided for incorporated
cities in this state,
The object of the commission form
(,' munlciial government Is to bring
ail the public departments of the city
under the control of strict business
methods and the elimination of the
-jolltical pull" in the matter of choos-
jnK employes to serve the city. The'
roost effective plan for this Is the one
providing for a- general superintend-
nt to be chosen by a commission
elected by the people. The commis
sion acts as a lioard of directors and
plves 'its orders through the super-
intendent who executes them, Just as
one of ur mining superintendents
carries out the plan of work outlined
by the president and directors of his
As stated before in thes columns
the maintenance of the city govern
ment ln BIsbee is an expensive prop
osition nnder the most favorable con
ditions; our physical surroundings
make the work of keeping our streets
In nrder rnst heavilr and the best and 1
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tnrfst economical methods fhould be
the desire and no doubt is the desire
of all. However, any plan ot govern-
rnent must necessarily depend for Its
efficiency on the competency of those
ln .charge. A commission form of gov-
ernraent In the hands ot a political
r y smmmm mihiiiiiik & r .i.i ,i i
i i " f - -T UdJH&-ZZ.' -" yfr." r7 S2S. .iLi' fc ' "UX A l. ff.ft
miU 5mP v.8SSijT 'feTV v.. .. . A
imf. F .7yr -frx' i'S' zyKsvNyniiiss-sA, . ws. - t x
cwo w'.r .XmX rifx
machine would he no guarantee of Im
proved conditions over any other
plan in the same hands.
The Review would be glad to W
Blsbc-e adopt an approved plan of the
commission form of government and
believe that If It was backed by a
determination that the business of tht
city should be carried on as business
enterprises are conducted the bene-
fag would be great.
Notwithstanding the fact that his
title is ; "General,-, as Chat of tha
Latin-American civil officer usually is
in fiction that makes light of Latin-
America, the Mayor of Havana.
Oreyre Andrad. is not a comic opent
executive. Quite the contrirv. He han
calmly Jailed the seconds of Cos.
Manuel Aranda, a comic 'opera stylo
ri.,t,.. ,... .Itloni-, htm tn'
litrht a duel. Havana Is to be con,
gratula'ted upon the good advertise 1 "ate election. Mr. Murphy is thor-i Californians the proposed approprla
.... ... . 'ni,,iv fnmliir with i-onditions on the' Hon of $25,000 from the national gov-
glven o Havana oy tne up-xo-.
dite attitude of Gen Andrade.
,M.tH. f n.n Abrade. -
It seems that Col. Aranda Is a poll-!
tician of the old school. He Is a mem-
bcriof a Veteran's association. He
moved upon the Mayor , flanked by
eight fellow-members, trusty com
rades all, and heroes,, of a hundred
hard-oijght battles no doubt. Thu
colonel -galiantlyMntrodticed the eight
gentlemen whose aristocratic blood
haa splotched many a field with a rich
blue that showed in marked contra&t
to the gore of the common people,
and suggested that each should ba
provided with a paying office. Thb
mayor Is a man whose funnvbone is
j well developed. He saw the humor
ous phase of the situation, and in
dulged in lovity at the expense of Col.
Aranda and hi braves. The colonel
to say nothing of. the' scarred and
needy eight was outraged. He re
tired In high dudgeon, to the nearest
drinking place, and his rage crystal
ized into a challenge to mortal com
bat, upon any convenient field of hon-
or, a choice of weapons leftto the
recipient of the challenge.
j Gewral Andrade put the seconds iuj
j jail for violating the law, and pro
j ceeded with routine matters, while
jthe colonel was left "waiting at the
church. The .mayor says he is de-
Termlned to enforce the la.w against
dueling, "regardless of consequences."
The -highest social circles' 'tre' re-
lorted as being very much stirred
up about the matter.
Th "hlahest social circles" are re-
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rate ornaments, frequently, but the
objection to them from the point ot
view of advocates of progress is thati. '
they are meTcly circles. That Isto'
say, they never get anywhere. They
are too much Inclined to be content
with the status qito with any status
l'.'o which leaves them In undisputed!
social eminence If the Mayor of Ha
vnnna disregards the duelipg and
i,,!inK ele,llent f the confluence will
be that the world will be served wita
notice to the effect that Havanna has
a mayor, who is fit for the Job, at
least in one respect. The inference U
that he is alto suitable in other re
Judge Owen E. Murphy, at present
holding the office or county recorder,
is telling his friends that he is an ap
plicant for the olfice .of collector ot
customs at Nogales, now pield by
Con O'Keefe. Mr. Murphy has shown
on several occasions that he la one,from Phoenix for two davs Dunne
of the most popular democrats in Co
chle county by leading his ticket when
a candidate for office. This he did
when he ran for Justice ot the peace
in Lowell, again wlwn he was elected
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" le IKiainiu'C "" ., uv-i. ....-
Imin tnr mimtv rMnnior in thn first
,nan tor, count retorder in the first
border, he Is a man ot business aim-
and. would fill the office to which
he now aspires with credit to hirnseK i
and the custom department Cochise
county will deserv recognition Inj
the distribution of the important fed
ral offices In this state and the hosts j
of friend of Judge Murphy will hope
to see him reach the goal of his am
bition. At the national capital there is talk
of Cleveland H. Dodge In connection
vith the cabinet of President Wood
row Wilson, the political foresights
Laming him for secretary of the treas
ury. Mr. Dodge is known to be one
of the close personal friends of the
new president who rendered effective
service in bringing about his nomina
tion and election, but owing to hin
large business Interest and conneo f f ' amou8 escapades. A
- , famous danseuse of tho Paris Opera
tions It Is not likely that there is anyjcomlque receives a note from her
foundation for the Washington go, tgM
sip connecting bim with a cabinet po-i that he Is to return and avenge for
t.on. M, Dodge.has(a considerable
acquaintance in Arizona and his high
business qualification would fit him
well for secretary of the treasury in
The Turk is now a gain reaching
i. ,i,.-. ,. i,.. ma.i .-fl.i, ,. ..
the.poijit-where he mast fish or cut
balL"kThe Ottoman Empire
- t r
I ngalnst a people that have. long been
abused by -that cssstry and they seem
to be determined to make safe for
the future before disbanding their
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An experienced marker
trlbutor,' man or woman.
"ANEXCITING CHASE ACROSS THE
Continent for a Criminal." Star The
ater Sunday and Monday. Advertise
GOVERNOR HUNT IS
ON VISIT TO YUMA
Will Meet County Supervis
ors and Good Roads
Governor Hunt, accompanied by Lin
Orme of the Maricopa County Board
of Supervisors left Phoenix yester
day for Yuma where they will have
n conference with the supervisors of
that county, on the question of 'the
state highway. They will also con
fer with representatives from Cali
fornia for the purpose of obtaining
some expression on the ocean to
The centlemen exnect to be awav
this time the possible location of the
Yuma county bridge across the Gila
river will be discussed and possibly
settled upon. This bridge which is
to be constructed by convict labor will
form a part of the state highway and
a portion also of the ocean to ocean
and borderland routes.
While in Yuma Governor Hunt will
take up with the citizens of that
. ernmnt for the construction of
bridge over the Colorado river and
find out if ossibie how much can e
exDected in the way of aid from
California and Yuma county should
Restate be In a position or show
a disposition to make an appropria-
t0n for the bridge
THRILLER IS NOW
If it were not for the fact that the
story of Tom Butler, a three reel
film which is to be shown at the
Star theatre tonight and tomo.row
night, is but the supposed fancies of
the famous French detective, the
scenes would be too horrifying to wit
ness, for never yet has a film been
shown which contains more thrillers
than, this one.
As- he sits before the fire-side ,Tom
Duller; the detective of world wide
renown. Imagines himself enactms
j 1S esVZ
only too well that a knife hangs 3.s-
iended by a mere thread over her
hesd, employes the services ot the
rumpus Freneh detective, Tom Duller.
Hereupon follows a- story of lillrig k
in which even the servants are ct to
AH the scenes are Itld In Fran-e,
among Ug anc,ont , 8l(, ,
nunst-ellte society of the thea're and
the gambling den. The actlne i su
perb, the photography although in
tricate, r ear as a bell and tne pic
ture is of sufficient lengtn to interest
anyone for an hour. Tom Butler will
be shown at the Star theater for two
days only, Sunday 'and Monday. The
prices are ten and fifteen cents.
George Jay. the prominent citizen
of Nacq.' was a business visitor m
Bisbee 'yesterday. Mr. Jsy .a the
general agent'of the Greene-Cananea
comnany at the border town.
SEE THE GREAT FRENCH DE-
tective story told in pictures. Star
Theater today and Monday Adver
Machine Goes Over Em
bankment on State
GLOBE. Jan. 4. While on its way
to this city from Roosevelt Tuesday
night. Dr. Kenned) 'g auto went over
the bank eight miles this side of
Roosevelt, spilling the doctor, Mrs
Kennedy and Miss Hudson. All re
ceived painful though not serious in
juries. Dr. Kenntdy was returning to Gloue
from the vicinity of KHne where he
had been visiting a patient. When
about eight miles this side of Koci'
velt about 9:00 o'clock Tuesday even
)ng. a sharp curve was struck and in
attempting to make It the rear wheels
of the machine overshot the bank, tho
weight of the auto being on the lawer
Side- for a moment the machine hesi
tated and then turned turtle. The wind
shield was op add in tu-ning over pra
vented the weisbt of the car from rest
ing on the bodies of the occupants. In
Its first somersault Mrs. Kennedy and
Miss Hudson were thrown out and the
car started on its second somersault
with Dr. Kennedy at the wheel f,
vhich he did not have an ouportunit.
to remove himself The windshield
having broken on the tlrst turn, al-1
lonod the full weight of the auto tc
fall .upon Dr. Kennedy as it made its
second somersault. The doctor receiv- j
,ed the weight of the machine on his
shoulders and chest, resulting In a ,
broken clavicle and severe bruises j
about the head and chest The ma
chine righted Itself on its second turn
and wound up at the Dottom of 'e
canyon right side up
and with Its
Mrs. Kennedy suffered severe bruis
es and Miss Hudson received a dis
located shoulder. The party then
walked to Roosevelt from which point
Mr. T. T. Frazier brought them to
about 4.30 yesterday morning.
THE WONDROUS EXPLOITS OF
Tom Butler, the famous French de
tective Star Theater Sunday and
TO MAKE - -.--,
his pa do a little .more'than support hi? family weekly
it he doesn't he Is losing, because the future Is to come.
If It's only ONE DOLLAH, try and deposit it with lhls bank
weeklv and provide for the da when the wages stop.
4 Per Cent Interest Will Be Paid On Savings
1000 Small Savlncs Hanks for Distribution, call and get yours.
' Citizens Bank arid Trust Company
Mnin street. Bisbee. Arizona
Will E. McKet President.
O. W. Wclf,
Do You Pay Your Debts?
. . Of course you do. But are vou paving the debt
you owe yourself? Have you ever stopped to think
that vou should be saving z certain percent of your,
regular income? (
Deposit it in our Savings Department to draw
4 PER CENT COMPOUND INTEREST.
In return we offer you safety, courtesy, promptness
and excellent banking service.
4 TneT on savings
THE BANK OF BISBEE
Oldest and Largest Bank in Southern Arizona.
are now in order
Resolve and live up to it that you will
save a certain amount each month or, pay
day during 1913. If you will do- this for
one year you will do it the rest 6f your life.
On such deposits we pay 4 intere
pounded every six months.
Miners and Merchants Bank
The Conservative Bank.
Brakefhan Injured by Ex
plosion of Gas in Stove
William Hunter, a hrakemaii of tho
Southwestern, Is now la the Copr
Queen hospital as the result ot a pe
Hunter was In the caboose oj a
freight train a short time ago and
had lighted a fire in the stuve. Th-?
fire was made with slack coal ove
vood It had heeu burning a short
time when Hunter i amoved thd lid of
the stove and threw a burning match
'into the stove. Immediately tberu
was an explosion, the tull foroe of
which Huntet received is the fato.
He was not seriously Injtred,
though he reeelved palnfo! burn;
about the face Jt is believed that
the coal, hi burning, hkd jtenoratPd
a quantity of gas and this had no
had time to escape when Hunter
threw the burning match into it.
On motion of the assistant district
attorney Sain Gojkovlch, and Steve
and Charles IJojalch, three of the five
men arrested on a charge of stealing
cattle from the Sulphur Springs Val
ley Cattle company, were dismissed
yesterday la Justice high's court
icK ana Tom nojaicn are sun new.
their case being taken under advise
ment. It will come up In Justice
High's court. Nicketaoinetaoinestaol
High's court at 11 o'clock tomorrow
The court room was packed during
the taking of testimony yesterday. It
appeared in the evidence that a num
ber of hides of cattle had been tils
covered buried on the Cattle Com
pany property. Whether these were
'from stolen cattle is the jiolnt that is
to be decided. The two defendants
that are still held are being held ln
- the sum ot $500 each.
C. A. McDonald, Cashier.