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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, JHS BEE, AKIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAffUACO; 2J, 19A3.
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THE ART OF GIVING. . was rerorted in Ufsteo that Paul
It is agreed, with no ouq speaking jKruger,. private secretary ot Senator
to the contrary, that thcbecefactlons Mark Smith had discovered the mlss
of Miss Helen Gould, now Mrs. Finis lug messenger on the banks of the
J. Shepard. have been mirked "by cx-j Potomac wliaiy waving his arms and
ccllent practical Judgment and ef-1 rehearsing his speech which he in
Xectiveness as well as rare personal? tended lo make on the occasion of
generosity. Thoy have fitted into
every day afTairs and common-sense
form!) ot social advancement. Men In
the ranks of army and navy and the
bone and sinew in railway services
are among those who recognizo thU
fact, and they are a class with whom
is net lightly won. Miss
a patriotic example, sin
cerely, hopeful and without ostenta
tion. 'She has made a place ot Inllu
ence tor herself In public movemonts
but not In a spirit of individual am
bition. Taking a sympathetic view
of the world and what.lt most needs
she khas .been an aHruiat working on
tho actual' level of 'affairs, asking no
reward except that hr selection of
objects should be, sound and the
suits other ondpavors of a telling Ha -
turc. That she has succeeded is
piiy evident, says the Globe Democrat
It is not as easy to givo wisely as
might be imagined, r.o matter bow
many millions available for philan
thropic purposes. Some who are
liberal arc also visionary, and some
forget', how necessary it In to avoid
breaking down a wholesoma solf-rell-3ncj-
-Men are best developed by
making the" most of their own power
and preserving a manly sense of in
dependence. Those who deal dlrecUj
with the problems of ascocinted char
ities know well the difference between
the Riving that helps and the kind
that not only demoralizes those who
receive, but deprives the worthy o!
what is intended for them. Much of
charity and philanthropy fails to
roach the. mark, and a prominent fig
urn in this field who hews to tho line
nt utility. Inspiring at the same lime
3pe and cheerfulness, and giving the
improbblon tltat the path followed 's
that of duty in keeping with uMeual
opportunities for good, is a model to
be highly valued. Much is said ln
t!ii3 age of poctelisra. Ilany types
we- ooveredby th subject, but tha
type hero referred to is one of tho
best Judged by what it does tind
what It stiggesUi as a line of aetion
worthy to bo consldsred and followed.
ARIZONA VOTE COUNTED.
Yesterday morning the Associated
Press brought the new that Hon. W.
T. Webb, Arizona's presidential eleo
tor and official messenger to carry
Ue vote of the state to Washington
hstd aiipped a cog somewhere on th
road and faNed to arrfvw at the na
tional oaHal on Uhk.
The iwbHeaUoB of this story eewefi
a flurry in the democratic ranks
throughout the stats and caused seme
of, the dowrin-ect repubHeaa to In
dulge Ih some vry sarcastic remarks
&uott ihe denfocratfc offfefat messen
ger from Arizona being tumble to And
H way to the national capital.
Oae theory or tie whereabout of
Webb was that he had carried tho
throe votes of Arizona to Trenton,
Nr Jersoy, w,
ere he had been diah-
Woddrow ;WAIson5 fort -a'
. . . i J.
comwhsHon as : UHneu; states, jnarsuai
; states ma
bofprs -tWirwrjijg the
A,tter it became known that Mr.
yebb bad arrived in WashingtoS
wrtk the wfeciH Arisoua. rotes U
r . .
ai tha Postotflce at BIsbcc, Arizona,
the delivery of. the three precious
votes of Arizona into the hands of
the president Ot the senate.
Kvorybody woe glad when they
learned that the country had been
saVed by the not too late arrival St
the Hon. V. T. Webb.
The friends of Webb now fear that
so much of his time will be taken up
la making explanation ot his delayed
and tardy arrival that otherwise oould
have been devoted to promoting his
candidacy for United Statos marshal,
as to injure his chances for realiza
tion of his political ambition.
DEATH OF GEORGE' H. NEALE.
The death of lion. .George H. Neale
,re-1"1" cau' sincere rorrow throughout
jamona w,llc51 "sv"111 bo more n IB
hap-,llature of Brief in this community
where he has resided for many years.
Mr. Netile was regarded as one of
the leading attorneys ot the state ami
personally enjoyed tho highest admir
ation dnd confidence among an ac
qiwlntanceeliiji that extended through
oi the statu. His health had been
ery poor for several years, though
bo bas fletermfhedly continued at
tention to his large and Important
During his long residence in Blebeti
he has been many times honored by
his fellow citizens. Ho wns a member
of the legiBkUttrc during1 the oarlv
3 ears of the last decade and later
was elected a mayor of Bisbec. When
It was known that Arizona was to bo
come a atate two years ago Mr. Neale
was urged by his friends throughout
the state to aeeept a position on the
Supreme bench of tbe state, but be
cause of the condition ot bis health
he refuged to allow his friends to
use his name in this connection.
ln the death of Ceorgc A. Neale Co3
cbtae county has lost one of its most
useful citizens, who was ever ready
with his energy and ability to join
his neighbors in an effort for the bet
terment of bis county or home city-
He stood for the highest plane ot
citizenship, though he 'was oosgeniaV
an sociable and did not measure citM
wtnshlp by the dze of one's pUrse. He
was a noble man, with a heart filled
with charity and he was a constant
well-wisher for his fellow men.
The Review Joins with the peopfeliHlatlve propositions submitted we can
of Biebee in extending condolence 'to
his bereaved rohttivea.
FRACTICAL IDEAS IN
COST OF LIVING.
The Oklahoma boy of IS who?
raised 10! bushels of oora'on on
aore at a cost of $1446, Including S
fr rent sold his crop' tor J30C. It
Is in demand for seed at a special
price and it Is to be remarked that
he paid ft a bushel for the seed bo
tt& himself. Another ruahoma
ag6d IS raised 6000 pounds of1viae(1 Tbe prescnt atate admlnlstra-
cotton on two acres and sold it for;
$20. The seed brought 5260 more,
making $469 as the cash return from
i. j 1 t !
horna havff.entered the corn and cot'
. . . t
ten contest begun a lew years ago in
the eterprisins and rigorous younsl
elate, wliose productions have alrtadyi
imt it amoK the foremost A special
jhoytwoaqfes.. It is notsikprise?to Wijhthb brcljjJBB oftoer'jsUte
Hear' that'Mub boys andglrls ln dkfcU sdcparlniects, hoards and tmmissHtns
SUFFRAGE PAGEANT ECLIPSE INAUGURAL PARADE? INAUGURAL
COMMITTEE WORKS FRANTICALLY IN FEAR 'TWILL BE OUTDONE
Tap Uft to rlsfati Sir. Glensa Smith
Tlnata. Sir. GenevteTe Ston "d
MImi Alive l'aul. Loner zlsbt
JIr. Helen Gardener.
Is the Inaugural parade to be
outdone? Is a question that the Wil
son Inauguration committee is an
zlouity asking these days, for tins
preparations for the great suffrage
pageant ln Washington on March 3
are most elaborate. According to
present expectations, iully 15,000
women will be tn line. Among those
most actively encaged in the work of j
effort is needed to give intensive
farming a start An acre set apart' for
an ambitious and earnest youth may
seem -a side issue, but Its demonstra
lion of possibilities is of- great value.
Many a farmer plods along with
much land but ioor cultivation on his
hands. Kew have realized how much
even one acre signifies. In the sub
urbs of Paris there are single acres
that rent for $1000 a year. The soil
is utilized all the time and very
square foot kept, under tbe highest
possible culture. Otherwise It could
not be a profitable way to employ
time and so much capital. On the
basis of the Oklahoma boy's exteri
taont the .corn crop of this country
could be Increased from three billion
bubhels to fifteen billions. The cot
ton teat implies a like chance in that
crop. It Is said with truth that more
workers ore needed on tho farms. A
higher ratio of yield there is also
something to be diligently, confident
ly, worked for. The cost of living
cab certainly'' bo influenced in thU
way, and to tho advantage - of both,
consumers and producers.
The controversy oyer the status in
the precinct officers in tbe state id
now in the hands ot the highest court
of thfc commonwealth where a decis
ion will probably not be handed down
for thirty days. This delay is cause
for regret because of the uncertain
jioeltion of practically all tho local
ofllcers of the state
"Who, in the senate or house, will
liave the ncrvo to Introduce the bill to
provide for an appropriation of 250,-
t to meet expense of a state buildins
and state exhibit at the San Diego
exposition in 1016. The Arizona com
mission that selected the building
Khe for Arizona at San Diego re
ported to Governor Hunt that thi
amount wouia be required bat we
have a suspicion that if ten per oent
J of tbis amount is realized by the rec
ommendation San Diego will be doing
Oae week more and the legislative
rm nffl begin. With seventy-four leg-
l"oJieVe-tht there may" be necessity
tor enlarging the se of the legisla
ture hopper to accommodate the on-
Lcqafng measures which will be intro
l no sfeciai session oi me ickisij
tare is empowered to create "ew
ftate deartenLi, hQards, coramls-,
fstoas. etc and provide their duties
and nav." We thought there was a
few members of the Constitutional
renventWn political Jonta yet unpro-
Stion will not be complete until they
arc all on the pay roll.
Feeny. "'ho desfrtd the rccosnitlon
of the rightcousracsa of tho boycott
the Arizona constitution, should be
the 'onUook for tbe Hm. Tnomas
JKH- Akt . - miii i 'Ti p-r"5"
maturing th) suffrage plans are Hiss
Alice Paul. In charte of the womnt's
beadquarten la Wathlngton; Mrs.
Caught on The Fly. .
New Orleans bas established the
commission form of government. I'r'
to this time thti ommis;Ion form o.'
eovenjnent. has been in rogue there.
' .WMasfiachtselts man 'who escaped
from prison seven years ago has glv
?n hlmelf u"p. The hiph cost of living
was evidently too much for him.
A New York woman shot at u
spring chicken and bit her mother-in-law,
.but the latter doubtless felt com
plimented over, the mistake.
Scientists rays an oyster's Hfo is
twelve j ears, but it does smm a
though some of them must hut ntuc-i
longer than that when they loitei
around tho church social.
W. J. .Bryan has made enough to
Lulld a $180,066 home in Texas, and
stfll Mine people have the hardihood
lo say talk is cheap.
A New York., actor whipped a barr
ier who talkeil fJo mucli. The acton
ara the only onee who are nllewed to
do that '
Those projoel half-cent coloe wW
come In liandy when soe doee-hted
men want to give! their wives a week
A New York court bar patched Up
a girl's broken heart for $I9,W0.
Those operations are always the meet
Utnfv fni th. Nu PpciHnf
Ttcfllielng that President Wtluen U
cot going to have very much to do
When he grasps the helm of tbe Mp
of state we have taken the liberty
of compiling thr- suggestions that
have been made by our myriad read
ers for his guidance. Since he was
f elected this Pillar of Uplift and CoJ-
uhhi of Higher Thought bas been be
sieged with suggestions n to the lee
islation needed. Soma of them ioHow:
Make it a crime punishable by fine
and Imprisonment to smoke cigarette
in a telephone booth.
Plare a prohibitive tariff o' im
Prohibit the transportation of grape;
iruii. nuui uim .! "J ".-.-
t .! kmm nf. BnA en QtinlUul' I
ifatoe the manufacture of prickly "? "";c ZLZLZ Z .-.
underTear a misdemeanor. J" - "-
PaRS a law providing that every i
seat in every theater shall he hi the , For her wage she set double
fifth row on the aWe. Wt we cwUd aHerd to pay.
Tei. years and 16fl e for ever? I Thl webi4 tprpweH o trouble
man who has his pboWBratfh ! AMI we asM, "?Thts one will stay."
with his head restlmt on bis ha& h est wHfci m at dinner,
Prohibit the audlMe cbewh of lt.hr have the es- room, toe,
gun during matinees. . Ad we'd thocght we'd picked a win
Life imprisonment for a wn whor Be
falls to shovel the snow off hte lde Tio'd bt: constaiH, tried and true.
Make it a rote4ewaor to wear re-'i
neektles and yelloVbees at tfce same
,im - !
A School far Poets. j
Our Correspoiulence Rehoo? Is pre-.
tred to firaish instruction in ohitn I
arv tioetrr wrltins: and wffl guarante
WHOLESALE AND RETAU
I opened Jan..-. 9.3 WHEN IN JoS ANGELniJ
&r stop ctt rfe mw&Sll 1 tfjj
'tili-ttiSsS'tS?: I w ill ! f
iiririsWa AKLl .nTi M slRJBs 'SO with bath
tni.i.jto'jyr.-idHw ss s iraBass
eW 33 - - ? Ks 9 bi iss fuss
(ShflHOTELthauBEST S 1 iTJCAFE e
In oil the WEST" PIN' CONNECTION
ssas Bi awaWsEaa iniir
-TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD' 8HV,GlCS., MOULDINGS, Ult-DERStV
HARDWARE, DCOK3 AND iiAi.TtS Uh ALL KiNOU, ' FAininCi
TIMBER8 AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-1J EML WARKS. Manafei
Review Want Ads. Bring Results
Helen Gardener, the Washington?
authoress. Mrp is'iint S-'rrlth Tlnnen,
authoress, and ilrs. Genevieve Stone.
anj pu.il "rough in three .1e&qn3
to cnatli Mm to wcurt a eood " toJ;
tio.i -litji seme newspaper or granite
en. ..-.lent concern. Wean-pe to teach
ou to rh-we -laBn',-.witlr'-,-gi(jn"
in two' ieaaoiw- &d V tWrftlreyo-i
have finished tb third lewon you will
be able to Bud a rhyme for "Wilson
and Marahall.' otrag man, what do
ou wl la our pay envelope. Ah our
smduates are in high salaried po
sitions if they have been able to get
Uwm. ,T."ere is money in poetry writ
inn. There must be money in It, be
cause nobody ever et any out of It
Okt l.iade Pete -has cafeed in hlb
HW, whMiers (rrae to a sharp npe
He slipped :Tml fU
With a terrified yell
Aad sUlllttl Mnsilt , ,)lex.
There was tMt wid snald Wao was
never stimH ;
To koek at! her frietMie wKh a
Tile ol mhj Made was her wbel
stock is trade
It was 9(11 grist that camo to her
She caught cold one day and con
tracted a pain
T)tt Bleeped her from hBocklng on
this eerth acaia.
Site knocked at the gate ot St. I'oter'a
And she's probably knocking there
There was a yeuHg woman named
VTbo wore a shirtwaist peek a-boo.
Bite went i-nt in (he bHizard.
Canght coH in hsr gi'nard,
Knnerel Wednot.dar at two.
Broke tfe Koee-J.
PaW her fare ftow far oft Snedeii.
Met her at the ratlroiw! train,
Skm w what we fesSt fceu R-eiMn'
And had sought Un Vyua in vj;u
We t very Myfish lookiu'
Aad'tke R&glh(h didn't Know,
it - -t . v:.
B it one day our est door neighbor
Talked to htr oy nuking signs,
And nhe rhanged hr fleM of labor
With our Hash still on the lines.
He had offered her a dollar
More in 'lceorat so to speak,
And e didn't dare to holler"
t'or w d kept h.r met n v,c4
-ZO V2C0 ST..NEAR HIU.
NOStRN Mfff El CO. PftOP.
RATES 00 PO 0y"op
UEALERS IN OREGON AND
Colonel John U. Clem, U. S. AJTwenty-second Michigan volunteers,
clilef ijuartennastcr of tho United.: He was too small to carry to rcgula
States army, on duty at Chicago, who! Hon muskut, but, ono of tho soldiers
is now tho only officer of the armjlhad sawed down the barrel ot a rlflo
on the active Hat wifh civil war ser-jatxl this he carried over his shoulder
vice, has 'been known since war'jw''" drumming, and used It agalust
tltno aa the "Drummer Boy ot Chle-J-Uo enemy.
aniauga," and has the enviable dls-l in tho battle of Cblchamauga ho
tlnctlon of having been tho youngost.-hrew away his drum when the rout
enlisted soldier ln the civil- war. He
served as a drummer boy at tho age
of H, and as a boy ot 12 be was a
iergoaut In tho Twonty-econd Mich
igan volunteers. It was ln tho liattJo
f Chickamauga that he earned this
During tho engagement three but
lots passed through the drummer
boy's hat, and when his regiment, cut
to pieces, scattered and fled, tho Iad3lautd tno coioncl.
saved himself from capture by shoot
ing a confederate colonel and regain
ing bis command. t .
This is tho story. In brief, told of
Llttlo Johnny Clem:"
Tho war was In full tilt when a
10-yoar-old boy, whose one great tal
ent at that time was 'his ability to
beat a drum, presented himself be
fore tho recruiting sergeant at New
ark, O. He was n orphan living
with relatives and small, even for
lis ago. The army wanted drummer
boys, but not Infants, and "Johnny"
Jlem was laughingly told to go
aome. But he -was persistent and
attached himself to tho Twonty-scc-ond
Michigan, where he was allowed
to remain, partly as a mscot and
p-itrtly becauso of his ability as a
drummer. His repeated demands lo
bo enlisted were Ignored although he
wore a uniform "and In every way a
part of tho regiment. Tho lad had
shown himself so apt, useful and fear
less that In spite of his small stature
and slight figure ho was nqtually
enlisted as a drummer boy May 1,
1863, when 11 years old, 'In Co. C.
R flafa f y I V tf.fl
TO MAKE ;
hl3 pity do a liltlo more than supiort his family weekly
it he doesn't he is loeiiig. because the 'futuro is to. come.
If it's only ONE DOIXAR. try and deposit it wltlr this haul:
weekly and provide for the da when the wascs stop.
4 Per Cent Interest Will Be Paid Oh Sayings
1000 Small Savincs Banks for Distribution, call and get yours.
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Mrfn Street. Blsbcs. Arl'ona
Will E. McKet President. C. A. McDonald, Caahler.
O. W. Wolf, Assistant iithlet.
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.
The Firm Or Corporation
, , ,
The Young-Business Man
The Salaried Man
The accouBts of ail these so to msliu jtfi tfce tetsl of oar
deposha- We have the aceoetK or sotm eC ywsr trleads, no
doNbt, bat we want yours.
Just remember that at this hank the small aeoant receives
large account service.
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The Bank Of Bisbee, Bisbee, Arizona
Oldast and largest bank In southern Arizona.
OF LONG AGO)
camo and It becamo a question ot
3very man for himself. "Johnny"
could run as fast as the best ot them
with his short legs, and he fled
through tho woods ln the general di
rection of tho main army; tho object
rflth all being to avoid capture. As
bo dashed out of the woods Into I
clearing, he almost ran into a confed
erate colonel, mounted.
"Halt, you llttlo Yankee shaver!'
Whether It was force of habit oi
on unconscious trick Colonel Clen.
does not know to this day, but ho
brought h, sa wed-off gun to the po
sition of order arms, but 'ho next In
Etant, as tho colonel rodo toward his
juvenile prisoner, tho gun went to his
shoulder and ho .pulled the trigger.
Tho colonel reeled from his horse
ti:d tQ "Yankee shaver" dashed inio
Uio brush like a rabbit and was aw&y
'cfore the confederate soldiers cloxa
ut hand could even get a shot at him.
Other fleeing soldiers who witness
'3 the lad's intrepid escape reported
tho matter, and although only 13
years old, he was gfrca tha rank of
. President lirant appointed him :a
sscond lieutenant, December IS, 1874
Johnny Clem made good as second
Untenant," writes a correspondent
"and ho has made good In every pn
motion daring his succeeding fortyj
ono years In the army. His ncatij
trimmed mustache Is about as gras
today as it will ever ho, but his eye
is as bright and his smile as cheer;
ful as when he was a 12-ycar-old ser
gcant in the war." j
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