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THE JBtSBEE DAILY KEVIEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1913.
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A NEW LABOR UNION.
A, new labor union has been formed
in New York. It is called "The News
paper Writers' Union" and is allied
with, and chartered by. the Interna-
- ttonal Typographical Union. Its mem
bers arc, or were, employed Dy four
leading Jewish Journals with an ag
gregate circulation of about 400,000.
,'he organization demands that pnb
Ushers sign an agreement under which
the "chairman of the office "chaper'is
to "umpire points at Issue between
publishers and writers, the union bs
Iu5 s. court of last resort when there
' is" failure to agree to the decision of
tho "chapel chairman. The members
,?cf the union have declared a strike
- because" the publishers refuse to sign
the agreement they hae submitted.
' The -proposals 0f the union are a mini
mum weekly wage and a maximum
Ji working day with pay for overtime."
;:, The difficulty that has always been
- met with by promoters of movements
t to organize news writers has been
that it is hardiy possible to define
competency. The same difficulty
would be met with If an effort wore
made to unionize lawjerjs or members
of the medical profession to establish
Tho News Writers' Union 1j
vstrangoly lacking in a sense of humor
uhen it declares eligible for member
ship "any person who can w rite three
columns, set in brevier type, in fi.e
hours." if the same idea of ability
were behind a movement to organize
, surgeons, ability to amputate a leg in
' forty minutes might be deemed quali
fication for membership in the union.
In the case of a lawyers' union a man
Mho cowld utter a given number o:
words Leforo a jury in a stated time
would be eligible, snys the Courier-
"True case in writing comes from
art. not chance, as those move easier
;J who have learned to dance." And, ol
course, high speed in writing comes
from "practice and may "be considered
one of the manifestations of art. The
beginner, although of bulging brow
and vigorous brain and luminous im
agination, will require as long to write
a paragraph that meets with Us own
4 critical 'approval, to say rotbing ot
the approval of an editor, as the prao
I ticed JournaTtet will take to write s
jh- column. Uut if speed were the only
standard 'if excsHonce and "any per
son capable of writing three columns
in fflwg hoars" coald style blmself a
full-fledged writer., newspapers wohW
(kase'to be usefal for other purposes
than to -paper klteben shelves or kin
Journalism needs a -code of ethies
and higher reflnIreaiBts for admis
sion to tho ranks to raftke it truly a
'i:ffo'es.1bns."J3ut It is Impossible to
raafce it truly a trade, no matter how
d4rable that wight be, from nome
JpbTBtS'of vTew. Ad in trying to meas
afe ability"!)" speed alone the Jewish
. tournaltsts "of New York have Tnel
'their Waterloo at the beginning of the
f StataJSonator Duhamel, ias,Intro;
doted a .bill to amend the domestic,
Vekflcfss 'tew, . profldfnsttlutj&wttn'
every Htense.to nTarp'.ieach party to
the ceremony must present a certlf
Jente from a doctor of medicine duly
MibitriMMi U tractive hi tltfe Stat
PHONE NO. 33. 2 Rings
PHONE NO. 33
at Ihn Postoffice at Illsbee. Arizona.
of Now York, showing freedom from
disease due to immorality. This Is a
measure the principle of which is
indorsed b the leading medical asso-
clatlons of the country, a principle up
on which thp Episcopal clergymen o!
Chicago have acted in renttting the
celebration of the marriage ceremony.
Some states have already passed slm
If passed. Senator DuhameJ's bill
vould be better enforced If It in
cluded two amendments, namely, that
the doctor's certificate la each case
should not specify merely freedom
from disease duo to immorality, but
from a condition Incompatible with
the ends of matrimony." Such expres
sion would be more comprehensive,
embracing causes like tubeiailosIs,
lutanlty. feeble-mlndednss, a const!
tntional weakness, or a state of gen
eral debility "which. In the physician's
ojrinlon, would "warrant a postpone
jnent of marriage. Second, it should
provide that the fee for the medical
certificate should not exceed ?3, ana
that those who wished might have re
course to a free examination at tho
office of the local board of health,
rays the Times.
The requirement of fees for mar
tififcc licenses is often the subject of
objection, since in vaMiy cases thev
are an economic deterrent to mar
nage. Such fees, when imposed, should
always be kopt low. The first amend
ment suggested is advisable on every
dccoiiiit. and not simply because it
would relieve physicians, as it would
relieve tbem, of tho necessity of cast
inc eL" imputations.
STATE SHOULD SUPPORT
THE! ftl20A FAIR.
There has been some criticism
the action of the State Fair commis
sion, because of a request made by
ft for an appropriation sufficient to
support the annual fair, to mak
needed repairs on the grounds and old
buildings and for the erection of an
The Arizona slate fair has from Its
beginning been one of the creditable
enterprises of the ptate and from
year to year it has grown larger and
attracted the attention of a wider
scope of our country, Th4ast fair is
acsnowledged as the best ever held
and new features suggested for the
1013 fair promises to make it a great'
cr FUcceSB than tho one last year.
The fair grounds were originally
acquired "and improved by a com
lny formed in Phoenix. That com-'
pany had only limited means and the
improvement of the grounds were in
iceordance with the funds available,
but cow we are informed that the in'
veatory of tho property shows a valoe
of more than ?70,000 in access of
tv hat the state paid for it and for im
provements since 1t was taken oves
from the Phoenix company.
That "there should be provided aa
exhibition ball at the fair grounds has
long been recognized; such an ex
penditure would be in aid ot an en
terprise that has already resulted In
much added prominence for the state
and one which will bring greater ben
clit of that klndilnMbeotnre. j t
Thf faqt thatthefalr is located at
Phoedlxfmakis;itr'no less an Institu
tion or the entire sate and on that ac
count our pride and desire for its
welfare should not be lessened. Th
fait jwoperly located close to th
principal city ot the statu aad seat
our stater capital and In the center
of the greatest agricultural valley In
the southwest and It should receive
liberal treatment by the members of
Chairman M. C Hanklns has called
a meeting of the democratic central
committee for the near future. If
this meeting !s for the purpose -of
strengthening tho party organization,
so that the promotion of detnocratis
principles may be carried on mOnj
vigorously, as well and good, but If It
Is for the purpose of giving committee
endorsement to certain candidates for
federal appointments then it is mors
likely to do harm than good in bring
ing about factional fighting within Un
ranks of the committee and party.
A party committee Is not for the pur
pose of championing the cause of one
democrat against another; It is sup
posed to work for establishing har
monious and united w ork for Its part)
principles and to provide, on occasions,
for giving all the members of th
party an opportunity to bo beard on
questions of either policy or candl
dates. If it is desirable to get a dem
ocratic expression in Cochise county
on any candidate for federal posltlou'
the only way fbls can be done Is b
calling a primary election for the pur
pose. We hope when the meeting of
the county central committee is held
there will be nothing done wnirh will
smack of machine politics.
ARIZONA AT THE
Bspression of opinion throughout
the state -in regard to what shall be
done by Arizona In the matter of ex
hibits at thr Panama exposition in
if 15 at San Francisco and San Diego
shows a very general agreement
throughout the state that Arizona can
not afford to indulge in a slate build-'
ing at cither of the expositions, but
that something should be done by the
coming session ofithc legisla'ure to
assist aftd ineure such exhibits of the
resources cf the state that would do
us. credit. These exhibits will be weV
corned in the f,reat exhibit halls at
i-'an Francisco and San Diego an.!
there is whore they will attract the
A state building at a world's fair la
nothing more than a club house for
tho use of -visitors from the state;
state exblbits would not belonp there
and If placed in the stite buildings
voulB be seen by few not residents
of the state.
The financial condition ot Arizona
aro not such that would excuse the
extran?ance of providing state build
lags at the Panama expositions; the
cost of our state covernment is con
suming the revenue brought In by In
creased taxation and for this reason
there shoould bo practiced strict econ
omy at every turn. Luxuries are ail
right for those who can afford them,
hm a state with no more source of
revenuo than Arizona nnd with an
empty treasury we submit should noi
a1low Its pride to carry it into such
useless extravagance as providing
buildings at the Panama expositions
Tlie New Mexico legislature on
Wednesday passed a resolution by c
vote of 25 to 15 declaring that
the second election of Senator
Albert B. Fall last year, was' iuvalH
ai.d setting today as the time to vote
for 1"nlted States -senator in that
state, to bave the term which w-i!i be
gin on March -1th. This vote against
Fall noes not necessarily mean his de
feat, as the desire to Te-open the sen.
otcrial election was worked np by
a number who hope to win the toga.
Senator Fall is believed to have more
strength than any of his opponents
and If be can hold this predominat
ing strength his re-election is likely
to occur In th end. To onr mind the
greatest danger now threatening Sen-
lator Fll In the New JUrico legisla
ture Is that his republican enemies
will throw enough republican anft
roiesV.to a 'democrat to
insure Ws elect wn. ,1
Members of the legislature are al
ready putting in an appearance at
rheenlx where th fun ot the special
fcesKlou will begin on February 5.
The Village Sleuth,
The terror ot the criminal is L uclo
He is the matuhal of this 1own, -wo'd
have you understand.
lie's bujlt on Sherlock Holmes'
Has old Sleuth beaten by a mile.
Nick Carter In his palmy days -was
, never half so grand.
When an one sjilts oa the walk, the
marshal's right on deck;
He rounds the evil doers up in record
time, by hck.
Ho knows the ways of . all
Hnough to write a dozen books;
When folks git smart around this
town they get It In the neck.
When some one jobbed the pust-of
flee of ninety cents In stamps.
He was the hero o'f tho hour and
took in sixteen tramps.
They ate our grub fon -sixty days
The marshal has the village craze,;
He let the populace take turns a-
lookin" at the scamps.
The clapper of the school house bell
was mlssln Tuesday last;
Vhe marshal took the mystery anu
solved it pretty fast,
lie nailed Dud Smith and Willie
Of course the marshal didn't kndw
The Janitor had sent it off to have a
new one cast r
He pinches all the boys and glrlt
for hltchln onto sleighs
And proves himself a mighty sleuth
In many other ways.
The checker game ,1s played no
In William Tibbltts' grocery starts.
Since Kzra Hanks and Tibbltts got
sent up for thirty das.
When Grandma Harklns lost a pi.
She'd set outdoors to cool
The marshal got npon 'he trail and
pinched the grammar schuoi,
Tly taking all ot lb em he did
'Itound up for sure the guilty kid.
t" EDITORIAL COMMENT
"NO ,PLACE LIKE HOME
As a matter of dollars and cents It
m&y not pay to own a home but g'Gre
are a good many things In tbjjdlfo
than can net be measured, ifyd a
li6me is oue of them. A home Is some
thing that is individual. No one be
comes attached to a rented house No
one has the Incentive to work to im
prove the surroundings of a rented
house. The rented bouse no more ap
peals to the family than an Incubator
appeals to a chicken. The home idea
Is the. best in the country. When we
become a nation of homes we becomo
a nation ot uatricu. A man can not
light for a rented house, neither can
lie have the heart' to improve it it U
the little things that make tho home,
not the big things. It is not the broad
Vorch but the feeling of security and
possession. Every man should own "v
home. In these days of easy payments
and building and loan companies ever?
man can own a home. It may bo that
tho pavments drag along, the Interest
may seem big, but it's home that you
are laying for and home Is well, it's
COMING OF GOV. MARSHALL
(Arizona Itt publican)
We are glad to.have Governor Mar
shall "in our midst" again; not be
cause he Is vice president-elect of the
I'n'ted States,, but because he Is u
tT7 pleasant and brilliant gentleman,
and already, more than half an Ari
zonan. He is, moreover, a courageous gen
tleman, otherwise he would hardly
be in Arizona at this time. His com--.tg
Is really moie than an exhibition
of courage. In the present state of
hf aeraccratic mind In this stat
with respect to the appointive offices.
It ig an exhibition of temerity.
It Is trne that as rice president be
Trill haip no Aatrtriaee to dispense.
ISut the vice president, especially b "
fore and at the beginning of the aa.
ministration is very close to the rrcs
i-1cnt, so close that It may bo said
that he har the smell of patronage
on him by which the ravening office
"eekers from all parts Of the stst
are Ilkelv to be attracted to his vicin
Ity.to his great discomfort. We may
expect that shortly Governor Marshall
will be attacked b7 applicants foi
the I'nlted States marshal's office in
platoons; there'will 1 candidates for
customs and internal revenue collect
unships n brigade and for postmas
tcrships In armj corps.
It may be that the coming of Gov
ernor Marshall to Phoenix In these
troublous times Is an Instance of no
ln self-sacrifice, undertaken at tea
have been bought in large lots by me before the an
nual raise in price. See loose stones in front win
idawwMqunted ones in side window. My guaran
tee1 M$per'ceTnton thV$1.00.'
L. L. OILMAN "
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Official Watch Inspector For E. P. & S. W. Ry.
fry fcoy K.VToul-fcoiv. S
For real downright detective work he !
aln t nobody's fool.
From the Hickeyvllle Clarion.
There was quite a conflagration in
the Hard 'Shell meetln house last I
Sunday. Uncle Ezra Harklns leaned'
up agin the stove and went to sleet.
He was wearln' his celluloid collar
at tho tlm. it beln' Sunday, und
Wjdo Awake Hoso Company had
considerable dlfliculty In extinguish
lug tho angry element Severa '
btalned glass memorial windows was,
smashed by eople Jumpln' through
them and during tho excitement
soino party or parties answering the
general description of Hod Peters.
'got away with tho collection plate
I'ucle Kzra sajs he is sorry he dig
jturbed th meetin'; but be
his hair was slcsed off. aa
Is glad I
isave him the price of a haircut.
It Is gettln' purty hard to get
something for nothing and about the
only thing jou Tvin get that way Is
In sympathy with the advance li
1'Ork. pig iron has gone up several
"Some people can't understand why
they don't get any mall," said Wil
liam Tibbitts. the gentlemanly and
courteous post master at Hlckcyv ille.
who has been agile enough to chango
his politics always at tho i-sycholog-IcbI
moment and to keep the office
from Hseb down to the present
present time. "I have had to Btnnd
here and argue for half an hour to
convince a man that I haven't sot a
thing for him. Then he takes It out on
me and after be gets through cussing
he hands it to the administration.
'Then the same man will come in
nnd get four or five running letters
and hand it to me and the admlnls
"In addition to the chronic kickei
we have tho sweet young thing who
Jask,9 us for lavender 2-cent stamps
instead or reu oues, claiming that tne
red ones don't match Iit stationery.
When we convince her that we arc
All out of lavender stamps she takes
a red one and then kicks because the
stickura Isn't flavored with vanilla
instead of crushed raspberry.
.nstance of Presidnt-elect Wilson.
With the vice president-elect here,
vJavernor Wilson's mail will no long
er be hardened with letters and peti
tions from Arizonans who desire to
actively assist him In making his ad
ministration a Euccess.
CIGARS FOR 80LONS.
Tfio granting of a privilege for a
cigar and news stand in tho capltol
ill probably meet with no objection
except from those who are opioseo
to the use of tobacco in any form at
any place at an) time. The granting
of this concession reminds us of an
attempt some ears ago during a leg
islative session to put in a "eafe" in
the capitol building "Cafe" was to bo
only a euphemism for saloon. The
project was favored by many of the
members and but for the vigorous
opiosition of a handful it would
probably have been Installed. We have
come a long way since then. A pro
ject to set up a dynamite factory In
the basement o fthe capitol now
would, seem no more unreasonable
than a scheme to open a saloon there.
Plan to Use Electric Heat.
Several towns In Norway and Swe
den have recently taken steps toward
the general Introduction of electric
beating, to replace the use of stoves
burning coal or wood. Few building
In these places have central heating
sj stems, and the -tile stoves now gen
erally used coald easily be adapted to
receive electric heaters. The elec
tric current tf! be supplied by lho
public plants, whieh are generally run
by water power
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
in The County of Cochise Stats
In The Matter of the Estate of Ed
ward Penelton Gabbart. Deceased.
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION
Notice Is hereby given that George
IL Smith, has filed in this, court a pe
tition praying Tor letters of admlnls-)
tratlon of the estate of Edward Pen-j
elton Gabbart, deceased, and that thi
same will be heard on Friday thp
51st day of Janua-y, A. V WIS, at'
10 .SO o'clock in the forenoon of said
day, at the Courtroom of said court,!
in the City of Tombstones County of i
Cochise. State of Arizona, and. all per I
sons Interested In said estate are no
tified, then and there to appear and
Ehow cause, if -any they bave why .
the prayer ot said petitioner should
not be granted.
J. E. JAMES
Clerk of the Superior Court
Dated January 15, IfJlS.
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The holidays are over, taxes have been paid
so now is the time to save money. YOUR
money deposited with us now will have
earned four per cent at this time next year.
Start an account now, however small, add
to it every month and you will be surprised
at the amount you can save in a year.
X'here are you financially?
Are you really getti.io anywhere?
Make a change. Get started right. Start a bank
account and make It grow. Owe yourself some
thing every week. At the end of the year you
will have saved up a nice little sum.
4 Per Cent On Savings
The Bank Of Bisbee, Bisbee, Arizona
W If BROPHY. Pre M S. CUNNINGHAM, Cash.
J S. 1)01 GLAS V. Pre J. p CONNOLLY, Asst Cash.
V. It WIUJUIS. Asst Caeh.
if he doesnt he
it it a nnlv ONE DOLLAR,
weekly and provide for the da when the wages stop.
4 Per Cent Interest Will Be Paid On Savings
1000 Small Savings Banks for Distribution, call and get yours.
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Main Street. Bisbee, Arizona
Will C McKec -President. C A. McDonald, Cashier.
O. W. Wolf, Assistant CXishief.
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