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THE BISBEE DAILY REV 1EW. BISBEE. ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
Published Every Morning Except Monday
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STATE CONSOLIDATED PUBLISHING COMPANY.
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Entered as Second Class Matter at tho Postofflce at Bisbee, Arizona,
Under Act of March 4. 1872.''
Vbc iimnsa of Coventor limit dc-
llverrd u- thr- :oKl--atuio v,i:i;liy
.isi.a cuHe length do'umijat. filling
ixty tat-p papea, invl'idlng oao ii
which xrai printed it, dandy stool cu
crating of the cxe,cutho.
fin the r.ieas Governor tlw.'. .'-ns
piovifii !: members of ibij' Wtflb
lutufe with ;i comprehensive btaie
nicnt' of the state's Industrial condi-
tiorf as-ell as tacts concerning tho
condition of the state's finances and
tho workings of the various public
institutions, lie defends himself and
his administration as against critf
clsms of the press and individuals
Vliich he declares lias been "inspired
by a desire lo create political injury
and Irom political hatred.
iThe gQvernor explains why it cost
$BS0,749.3S moro to run. the iSUte gov
ernment ifor a year than it did to run
tho old' territorial government. Hei
tbun ioints,to the fact that more than
.1300,000 of tills increase was provided
by Increased taxes levied on the
mines and railroads of the stat, so
the; increased hurdeh was inslgnlflcnnt
on all'othcr classes of property in the
Tho governor warmly defends the
work of the l&nd commission and the
lai commission and asks that both
to continued and their powers be ex
tended and made more definite. All
tither boards and commissions 'ap
pointed iv the Eovernor receives like
itegnnilcg tho state fair he rec
tunmends that tho appropriations
asked by the commission be liberal
ly considered by the legislature.
It Is when the governor comes to
the defenco of his prison "honor zy
tern" that he warms to his work with
renewed earnestness and igor. He
As a matter of reality, as disap
uotnUns as It may be to sensation
maimers' nothing sensational or yet
ery startling lias been done or ai
towpied. Tho most lurid and blood
curdling stories or alleged occur
rences j-t the prison, and ridiculous
cusumeratlnnb of "Governor Hunt's
honoi systPtn" l.ave time and again
corved ns heedllners for newspapers
whose object was not the perform
ance of a public service, but the
workings, of lwlitlcal injury, and utter
ly fosndalionles fabrications by tho
hdrRisttoyiatig Irom like antag
oflUc -and Unreliable sources, have
ben ixjlldlifd .by word of mouth.
Summed-up In a few words, the su
perintendent; and myself have fol
lowed te,,lad of. tb progressiva
mates hrm pnaJ lnsUUons are
belnc oonaucted om modern, ad
vanced, humanitarian Hns. A In
those institution the inmates of Ari
zona's prteoB ar being tieated not as
brutes, but as men wHh nte sot
as hang-dor ours in whom so hope of
rettofantion Ii. bat us human txrtnKfi
who. having gone astray. ntW
led baek. W possible, ino the vweiu:
WD, and agaiat tH day when thov
must acatn take u their dJtls o
i-Ide of prison watfe, equipped both
wHh a deire and tlie ability to ftghr
IMes iwttle. This 8 really all ttro
H te it. except that the resH, far
from Justifying the vindiettre esU
Mtes of the honor system's enemies,
have leen rery largely, if not entire
Continuing on the Mtbject of the
Itrteon Gevereor Hunt recomasends
that prisoners worked on the road be
jM a sfaall mhb of 25 Moti per day
to be turned ovr to needy families or
retained for tb jtrisoners until the
tdne for hta dteobrfrge arrives. The
lroRttie of a'Jiiyi to be, operated in
il$fon?wlih tbe" prison at Wor-
fje ! VeconJpfidcl.W $t-
resen-atlon lias been prosenled to tho
state as a home for this school of re
form and industrial training.
The governor .points to the splendid
condition" 'of the Ariiona University,
nddlng: "I wish to repeat the recom
mendation I made a year ago, that
preparation of an elaborate plan for
scssors or county boards of equaliza
The governor recommends that
some action be taken lu the matter
of providing exhibits at the Panama
expositions to bo held in California In
IMS, but makes no mention of any
necessity for a state building at either
place. In conclusion he urges that if
tho legislature is in doubt about pro
Wdlng two exhibits then that an ex
hibit should be provided at one of
tbo expositions, he probably having
San Frauciesco in mind.
pointing out the duty of thebshould "get th happy habif and
legislature to' .approprIatcfCef" however, before
a University Beautiful, ample in scopes
to provide' for the necd3 of the lnstl
tution a hundred years bonce, be au
thorized. By this means a definitt
gcal to be ultimately attained,- will)
be provided, and the University s
u ults, to be added regularly and sys
tematically, as needed, mod not cost
a dollar more than they do under the
present ihaphazard. hl&or-miss plan
or erecting a building wlien ever we.
necofcsary , ftinds are available and
placing it wherever there happens to
bo a vacant plot of ground. '
fhe governor does not devote as
much space In his message In urging
the nbolibhmont of capital punishment
ill the state as was expected. On this
subject he says;
Prebent-day enlightment is crj'Stal
ilng an extended and rapidly extend
ing opposition to the taking of hu
man life, by any means or under any
M'etext; practical, modern Christian
ity, independent of church or creed,
demands that this relic of the darkes't
of dark ages bo relegated to tho limbo
of the past; students of psychology,
sociology and penology, supported b
records no less than by theory and
icason, are a unit in agreeing that lis
Iractice serves no food purpose, act
ing neither as a preventative or a de
terrent of crime; the march of human
ity forbids its perpetuation even as
it foiblrts the medieval custom oi
throwing prisoners to wild beasts to
make a bolidaj, and common sense
teaches that the legalising of its hor
rors must lower rather than raise
tee moral conceptions and standards
of a people, and breed contempt rath
er than respect for a law which vio
late every merciful instinct and gives
tLe He lo God"s SInaitic command,
"Thou shalt not kill."
While this blot remains on her stat
utes the progresslvUm Arizona boasts
hi defective and weak, and halting.
and I therefore urge that it be -re-tioved
at the earliest possible mo-
The governor renews his recom
mendation for the establishment of a
state Immigration bureau, whose duty
fcliall be to advertise the advantages.
opiwrtunities and resources of Ari-2011a.
Concerning road work in the slate
the governor makes no BUecIQc rec
ommendation, dealing with the sub
ject generally as follows:
It is obvious that something radical
will Lave to be done if Arizona ic to
hac a creditable system of high
ways within the life of the present
feneration. It takes money to bulla
roads and britlgee, and though th
retHni --sill in almost every instance
jnarlfy aHy expanse necessary, still
It takes money. The means of efctab
lbhing an adequate road fund, and
of systematically and rapidly con
structing creditable highways through-
oat Arizona, opening op ber undevel
oied areas and connecting the differ
ent sections, should be considered, by
tlie testolature. and a practical plat,
The governor when he reaches the
subject of revenue and taxation de
clare that he doeb not profess to be
aa authority on taxation, nor even a
theorist. However, he doe not quit
the subject without giving sorao idea
of his rfews and sayu:
it is safw to say that Arizona madu
a rtlfctinct step forward by the crea
tion of f. Tax Commission, and I
biieve the perpetuation of that body,
the work it wlii do and the finding it
U1 make, will ko far toward solving
this grwtt problem. In order that this
commission may work to the best ad
vantage, unhampered by embarrai-
H and confusing restrictions and
miuiittonB. I recommend that it be
glen the widest (.ostible powers, and
while the M -valorem system pi :iax-
atfbn'te In vogue in Arizona. I recom-i
maAdj that the Taxl'Commlssion .
Clothed with "full' authority and dis
cretion to determine, by such means
as eem to It best, tho true value of
nil nronnnv. of wliatever class or
character or location, and to aseesa
ku .on-.o intfnnAndftnt of or contrary
Grant whore eld mMiafa' lH and.. to the yiews or actions of county as-1
SAN DIEGO RAID,
A column editorial In tbe Arizona
$;30,Q0O to provide for tho erection
cf a state building and a state exhibit
at the San Diego exposition In 1915
is evidence enough that the San
Diego lobbyist has arrived in Phoenix
or sent word that he is coming.
The Gazette admits that Arizona
received no benefit from money ex
peaded at the world's fairs in NcW
Orleans, Chicago or St. Louis where
creditable exhibits' were provided,
but tho Gazette has made a dIstoery
that Immigration to be drawn from
an International exhibit or world's
fair can only be expected within the
zone of tho locality where the exposi
tion is held. Says the Gazette:
"Chicago, St. Louis and Omaha oi
Professor Metchnlkotf, of Pari,
wrote so much of buttermilk this
nast year, as a youth renewer. and
luoiuted to. Bulgaria, to prove his ar-
immdntE. that one really believed we
necessity did not have Arizona with-
in their Immigration, 'zone. The cli
matic conditions and agricultural ikn-
sibllltles of the land about them were
entirely and radically different from
Arizona. As a matter of necessity. an
result In the way of additional popti
Isition and wealth to Arizona from
any of the above expositions had to
bt Indirect and. at best, uncertain.
"San Diego presents a different
proposition Arizona Is lu the heart of
tcr chance to gain increased wealth
and iopulatlon from the great exiosl
tion of 19ir than has Southern Cali
Arizona would "have a fine chance
to draw immigrants away from tho
dazzling advertising displays that
would be made by the San Diego real
estate boomers with the very money
provided by Arizona,
Now. we submit, that tho Immigra
tion record and data at St. Louis
where a great international exposition
was held In the yfar 1904. will not
show that there was any rush of Im
migration to that particular cone since
that exiosUion was held. It is the
remark of the country that St Louis
has not kept pace with either Kansas
Cily or Chicago In growth of popula
Hon during tho last ten years.
If the legislature sees fit to provide
$10,000 or $15,000 for o simple exhibit
o our resources at San Diego there
would probably bo no serious objec
tion, but even that would be a wasting
of money badly needed at home for
building reads, for building additions
to and improving our public institu
tions and for building schools and
churches. There are many home
needs for all the tax money in sight
for which wise expenditures can bo
made and which will draw immigrants.
hnmoKpnkprs and Investors by the
hundreds whore money wasted at San
Diego would not draw one.
If Arizona really desires to indulge
in a skirt dance in California In 1615
then by all means let us go to ban
.Francisco where will be the main
show and "cut our capers" there.
It was no long howevej, uefore
we reached a balance and now Re
lieve a glassful two or three times
a week is good for us. Another man
made famous through his knowledge
of foods and right living, says the
"notato Is the true oitemy of old
ate." and points to Ireland.
There has been much prejudice
ncainst starchy food, and the jxitato
fortunately has been pushed off the
bill of fare for the individual more
froauently than" any other article ot
food; owing to its fat unit it is not
a nerfect food, but the starch ot the
lotatQ ha grea'ter dietary value than
ll!' Riarcn'O rcreais. u uu nuci
nately with rice and not every day
there Is no reason -why everyone
i-tuiuld not Use potatoes uness there
is excess of fat on the body whlcjl
is never necessary:
Potatoes, contain jjust below the
tkin a greater percentage of certain
alkaline sajh? tlian any-other vege
table used as food. These sa)ts check
tendenCKjs or Yhe Rood caused by
meats, and without these wilts pro
duce gout, rheumatism, Brlght's dis
ease and psiiecinlly thnt hardening ot
the artcfler wblcli is a decided sigii
of old age.
Dr. Kelogg says: "There can bo
no doubt that the free use. of iota
toes oy the Irish is In a large meas
ure responsible for the remarkable.
longevity of the nation." j
Potatoes baked or boli"d with th ;
Mns give us tbe argest amount o'
tin necessary salts found Ip this de
liilous vegetable. Sad to relate it is
rarely ever found '"dellclonsly"
cooked The most ordinary rook, or
If she knew- nothing at all or cooK
Iiis; oud say 'she knew how to
But this Is not the case; not one In
a hundred cooks know that because
potatoes are so full of starch they
require active boiling Water, to break
this tt!) so that it Is digestible: again
it are more than 80 per cent water, t
so thnt unless nut Into the water when
actually boiling, the potato takes In
the water and tne become heavy and
stgEJ instead of light and mealy,
when thH starch Is attacked at once
by boiling temperature. Buy a 3 to 5
cnt veg-f table brush and clean the
tklr.s thoroughly then they are ready
for baking, boiling or steaming,
i Baking Potatoes
Ohoose smooth potatoes of medium
size. If old. cut a sdee from each end
to allow moisture, to escape. Put Into
a moderate oven to heat through
gradually and let the heat increase
until done, about 35 to 45 minutes.
Crack tho skin at once of a baked io
ta;o to allow surplus moisture to -escape,
or cut in halves, scoop out th
lOiato, season with salt, paprika and
cieam; refill sprinkle thickly with
e,liese. bread crumbs and butter and
set Into a hot oen to brown.
Potatoes a la Chaume
Boll tho potatoes in their skins as
directed Peo them and rut in slices.
lens thar a quarter of an Inch thick
inK slowly two tablespoonfuls ot hut
l r for every four medium-sized, po
tatos in a sauce pan with a little
chopped parsley, onion, salt and pep
per, add the potatoes, cover and set
out a verv slow lire for five minutes
then serve hot.
Boil the potatoes in their skins, peel
and mash-or nut throueh a ricor. For
every; pjiit season with one-half tea-!
spoon oKgaltt two tablespoons,of but
ler, ougjqu&rlor ca" of hot milk (or
erea and ffess, butter), stand, over a
slow fin?-and .mash and beat with a
slotted spoon until fine and white
and sorie with a dash ot paprika over
the lop If it is necessary for fhem to
ttand. cover and set the same pan
in hot water. From mashed potatoes
many varieties may be made, such aa
potato roses, potato cakes, potato
Lcrust for meat pies, (flowors); these
arc pressed through a itastry ba;
and rose tube, which ina bo pur
chased at any houv) furnishing store.
All members of the Knights and
Ladles ot Security who huve not paid
their dues can toy the same to'Mrs.
I Hancock. 118 Tombstone Canyon. In
order to prevent suspension.
First real scenes of tho Balkan war
now at tho Uoyal Theater. Adver
tisement 3 IS.
Lady Baltimore Cake
The Most Popular Cnkc This Season
Dy Jlrs. Janet McKenzie Hill, Editor of
the Boston Cooking School lilagazine
This is considered by many cooking
authorities the finest cake that can be
ms-le, though in reality it is not at all
K C Lady Baltimore Cote
One cup butter; 2 cups granulated
sugar; I cup milt; 1 tcaspoonful rose
icaler; 3 cups Jfour; J level teaspoon
fuls K C Jinking Jtecdcr; zrAiles of 6
eggs, beaten dry.
Cream the butter and licat in the sugar
gradually. Sift together, three times,
the flour and baking1 powder, an-1 aill
to the butUr uuilfcujjar, alternately with
the milk and rose water. Lastly, add
the egjr w hites. Bake i a three-layer cake
pans. Pnt the layers together with the
Notb TheoiVe is a laree cue and sells at
T."omca' fcxclumzes for Jl JO.
Frostlmtlorlody tlalllmore Cake
Tti'tt cuts rronulatid tuzar - tir
trarr trkitr y J ecs. I cup etatped mtsiHS, 2
cufi chapped Hut'mtaisi SJizs cut l (Aim sluci.
Stir the sugar and water until the
sugar is dissolved, then let boil without
stirring until the syrup from a spoon
will spin a long thread; pour upon the
whites of the eggs, beaten dry, beating
constantly meanwhile. Continue the
Iieating until the frosting is cold; add
the fruit and. spread upon the cake.
The K C Cooi' Book contain ninety jtwt
such deltciom recipe.- brr.ij. muffin. cnVes
an3r.i3ry oucnn serurcncop jiee bysend
inr the certificate tucked in every 23-cent can
of K C IlaLinc IWK-Uer to tbejAot-Ea Mre Co..
Chicago, small cnni do sat cu:Uua Couka
TleeverrforfrecBimendB that the
legislature prorlde for remotln? the
Industrial sehool from Benson to Fort
ALLEGED MURDERER ON TRIAL.
COhL'MBUS, lnd Feb. 3. The
case of Henry flomine, which was
brought here on change of venue from
Jennings county, was called for trial
today. Bomlne is charged with the
murder of the McQuaid brothers at
their home near North Vernon on the
night of October 7 last. Two alleged
accomplices in the crime. J. Bufus
Clarke and Henry Tyler, are to le
tried at a later term of coart.
Annual February furnitur sale at
the Pholns Dodge store begins totno
m- uVdne&lay. tho afth. Adver
P. O. Box 12SS
Printer and Stationer
15 Jiuhetra Building BISBEE AKIZ.
?The Arizona Sanitarium
Specially equipped for modern
and up-to-date treatment ot
Rheumatism, nervous diseases
and general surgery. Pricea
To Water Users
Water bills for the month of
January will be rendered in the
usual way but the company will
upon request at the office of the
company, 25 Naco Ave,, adjust
all bills according to service
Bisbee-Naco Water Co.
Getting: the Bank Habit
Every young man who starts a bank account
and maintains it is doing something that
will surely raise his standing in the com- -munity.
At the same time, the habits of system,
accuracy and economy developed will prove
very valuable factors of success, to say
.nothing of the value of being well kqown to
a good bank. ;
Miners & Merchants Bank
Take a look into the future
Barring accidents and sickness how much money
will you have saved by next year.
Start to save NOW, Don't hesitate because you
feel that your account would be too small to be
We invite the small account the same as the lar
ger accounts and render them the same splendid
banking service. (
The Bank Of Bisbee, Bisbee, Arizona
" Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JEALER8 IN OREGON AND
TEXA8 PINE, REDWOOD SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DCORS AND JjaSHES OF ALL KINDS, MININS
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-12 EMIL MARKS. Manager
hy this hank organized In 190G, and there's no easier or
safer nay of getting 4', interest on our money than deposit
lng It hert;
There's no ivalMng for a certain day Lefore the interest
btarts, as interest begin Irom date of deposit.
YOUR ACCOUNT INVITED
ltioo Small Savings Banks for. Distribution to our customers.
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Will E. McKet President. C. A. McDonald, Cashier.
O. W. Wolf, Assistant Cashier.
PATENT YOUR LAND
iJ.Ot, Per Acre! $3 00 Per Acre!
IT WILL NEVER BE CHEAPER
$3 00 Per Acre! $3.00 Per Acre.
M. K. Lcverich & Co., take pleasure in announcing that Navajo
Base is now on the market and available for the selection of lands In
Arizona. We congratulate our customers that we are able to sell thU
excellent base at so low a cost.
Desert I.and Entry-men who bac encountered tbe almost prohibitive
expense and great physical difficulty of prating up under that law
ire afforded an inexpensive method of acaulring title.
Stock Men can acquire land for range and pasturage.
Farmers, Settlers, Investors, jour opportunity is NOW I
Navajo Base I issued under tbe same la as Mogul Case. If you aro
one of those who were disappointed in not securing Moqui while it
was on the market get Kavajo NOW! Moqui went up in price. Na
vajo mzjr repeat that history!
Small selections cannot be made. If yon wish only ICO or 320 nTes
get your friends ard neighbors in tbe same townshlo to Join in lour
WHAT TO DO
Sand us description of your land! Send ns relinquishment If the
lard is embraced in an entry! hemlt three dollars per acre! THAT'S
"Wo get title for you or you set the mosey back!
OUR GUARANTEE IS GOOD!
$2.00 Per Acre! $8.80 Per Acre!
"Write Us About Land Matters"
JOHN II. PAGE M E. LEVERICH A
V O. POX DS1 PHOENIX. ARIZO.NA
PfBLIC LAND SPECIALISTS
We Handle the Two Best Brands of
On The Market
Gallup Domestic Lump $14.50 per Ton
Dawson Fancy Nut . . $13.50 per Ton
Order Some and be Convinced
Brophy Carriage Company
Phone 284 Lowell Ariz.
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