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THE BISBEfi DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE. ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1918,
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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
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unSor Act of March 4. 1872. IS IniJS
There is to be a meeting ot the
1 . . .
Arizona Qood Roads association held
at Phoouix'oir Monday next which Is
expected to draw re)resoBtatives from
practically all the cities In tho state,
grills state association Is working fn a
worthy cause, that of promoting a
better class of roads in the state.
There Iws, perhaps, been more money
wasted in 'Arizona durkig the last
?ori years, on road work than in anvj
othar' deiwrfmeht ot stato or county
government. This "money has been
spent, apparently without system orj printing offices under the jurisdiction
' The administration of the state en
glneering office, in charge of the state
ipghway work under the former ter
ritorial admlrilstation was a flat fall-
ure.. Under 'the former state engineer
'the pfgee ol road beticei Bisbeo and
Houglas"wai..'coUbtriDctod and "oiled".
This roal cot Bomethlng like ?00,00ti
and Is now devoid ot'any oil which
was originally applied tiro years ago
and to put tho road again in good-con
tiilton will require a heavy ospensc.
Another state highway bonehead wac
the ImiWing of fifteen miles of mount
bur road in Pima oosnty, beginning
nowhere awl ending nowhere, so far
as a eoifneetten with a good road at
either end Is concerned.
Tho state engineer under the pres
ent administration had nc monej
lo the "art preservative. This being
called to tie attention, of tho senate
a Wll'has been Introduced couihcjlinsj
the use of the union lalel on an sta
tionery and printing ofVvery cbafac
ter for the use of tho state officlals.a
While we regard the proposed senate
bill as a measure which will deprive
thf majority of priming olQces and
some of the best In the state -from
competing for the state printing pa
tronage, wo arc surprised that the
state board of control should be tht
first to be called down- in thls'matter
The union label can only be usl by
of .a-printers union. One of the best
equipped printing 'establishments' in
the state Is located in Phoenix, but
it Is an open shop and therefore not
allowed to use tho inbol. In Cochise
county ther,e are half dozen printing
establishments, two as well cqulppeo
m any in the slate. There Is no
printers' union lit Cochise county and
of course, no anion label. In Graham,
Greenlee, Santa Cruz, Mohave, Cocc
ninoand Navajo counties there arc no'
printers' unions and all tho printing
o'tlces In these counties would be de
prived of the privilege of competing
for state printing under the senate
bill. .In all the printing offices that
would thus be tabood are to be
found loyal union printers employed
and It would seem that theso men
should have some consideration along
available for work until recently and ttith those who draw their wages from
cr that account lias accomplished ' beneath tho banner ot the union
AVe suppose tliat the past progrest.
lu state highway building will receive
some attention at the meeting pf the
good roft'te association and it it doet.
there will bo little on whick to base
a request for a liond issue by the
Mate HHtt! wioh definite information
hi at baud to show the length of the
desired roads, character of the worl-
While the KcIew- agrees with the
Idea of doing away with the board of
control's use of the device to "scab"
ob the printers of the state, we sub
mit the senate bill goes in tho dlrec
tkra of building up a favored class.
The bill Introduced Into the legis
lature this week providing a law that
le be done, what will be the cast and' prohibits the employment. of a woman
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or ir.oro man lorcy-eigiii nours in
one week will most 'likely bring a
storm of protest fnm the women of
the state who find it necessary to
! earn a support for themelves and
tnmllies by engaging in honest labor.
iwcli mony will be reqHirtd for
ttal mmifiUmoucc of these roads after
tlMr ar fcW.
.Wits hivns how- much it will cost
to build a ShKte highway from Doug-
IW to th Oraml Canyon?
Who hnows bow much it wfll cost j There are two'Ikdiee employed in tht
to bild tlie roiioso5 state Mghwayf inehanlcal department ot the Review
ftmn CWftJp to Tuma, via C!ab and who would be deprived ot the privl-
lge ef working a few hours overtime
- Vo itftrfw''how mHch it will cost' each week for which they receive ex;
ts ImHd ttKTiVtem of tUMl roads pro-' tra my. Such a law would compel
all th stoze in the state where worn-
l0toA 'iOoqlfeor eowity atwl a like
Pjtam h oa cteunly rJiwihoul!
.A eorrec ap'i-'tB lhe qowtlons
Ight--shoHte-frejpred anwfnt to
M&Ot. It U. s0wed tjither of tbeso
fifWas llm a rnet for $S)0,.
te ggr rate, wtfifil mmim a repeat
f,r jtfct Oat rucl to b aiMie! la
pf-B ajrf When the test dollar was
stfjpHed tKersouM ke no corrHIetk
C ibo prKed highway systems,
it IfiTe Cbod ltoads agsoclatlon f
fmSg w JR for a sober audr..eruiblt
-peirtlderaUon of what It means to sad-i
it ssttHeM f read Ijonds on tfo ta-
yrs of ttt stat tho Ttevlrfv hopesi
Ml the members of the legHattir
ftfH do to.
THE UNION LABEL.
ffectuSt hefBtSte.' bard,otj,con
of wiilthth.tvtnioris the 'con
troWHs' head," has been "scabbing" on
the- winters ot tbq stat by using a
Iwicg &ot waking copies ot letters
and eiQgriar? other than any belonging
83 clerks are employed to close their
doors when they bad been open eight
hours, greatly to the Inconvenience
nt coetomers who often do their trad
ing after five o'etocK In the afternoon.
Tho women of the state have recently
been granted the right of ballot and
we believe they will insist on having
an even break with tho men in matters
ef industry as well as In matters po
Women should have an eight hour
day, along with tho men, but they
rboMld have the right to work longer
hours, provided thoy consider the in
The i'roercIre party has opened headquarters at Now York and Washington nnd Its leaders an
lottnrr that the presidential campaign of 1010 1 on.
office at 10 a. ra. February 5 and askea
that n bid be sent by wire as bids
E would onb be rep elveU Up to C o'leock
ip. m. of that ,same afternoon. It was
known more than a month ago that
lithe special session of the loglslatum
vfoiildj jnvene on February 3 and tlw
fact that the board of control delayed
asking fpr' bids from thcprintcrs of
the stat until eight hour? before bids
had lo be In,Phonis. nrSotyited to
hutting out every printing establish
ment in the state outside of Phoenix
from the privilege? of competing
,. . 't
for thW-work-to- bei'aid 'fn-by -the
people's raonej. The Review wired
the board of control suggesting a post
pooncment of the time limit for bids
on this work for one week. To this
no reply was received so we pre
sume the contract was awarded at a
Ime when there could be no possibil
ity .of bids from outside of Phoenix.
And'yet wo worvs onee told that tho
present state administration was to
be a business administration, it looks
like It Is, but Ihff "business- seem3
to be corralled for a select few po
A bill has been Introduced in the
state senate which, if enacted into
tew. would prevnt anyone in tho
state carrjlng a gun of any kind or
other deadly weapon, without first se
curing a license to do so. Tho bill
hould go further and prevent the saje
or any deadly weapon to a poreon un
less he shall present a license permit
ting him to carry the pistol or other
weapon. This measure is in line witU
the recommendation of the governor
in his message, urging that more
slrlwent laws bo oaacted to prevent
tho carrying of firearms.
visors brings them in contact with the
road problem and for that reason they, .
piobably more than any other persona
1 the state, know- the demand and)
the ned of good roads. They wanteo
"BY THEIR WORKS."
(Philadelphia Kecord )
With ob- accord the progressive or-
Dy Roy K.MctiU oiv. C
My Sweetheart .
Hit cheek Is like the blushing rose;
Her starliVe eyes are fair to see.
Her swanlike neck and Grecian nose
Have surely made a hit jwith me.
She has two shell-like ears so cute.
And hair that 3 like a golden sheaf.
wnen im near her, I'm stricken
Her beauty's quit beyond belief.
She never seem to move an eye
Or make e'en one coquettish sign
When other men are paeslug by,
And so I cues that she's nil mine
Sbr always wears the gladsomt smile
wnene er I gaze upon her face,
Jibe's of the kind that's well worth
1 simply marvel at her grace
Khr never talks about her friends
And ceer says a thing that hurts.
She's dignified and nS'er uabeads;
She Is propriety in skirts.
She wears the finest gowns that 1
Uaa ever seen, I'll tell you that
She Is a girl to pattern by
From Suede shoes to picture hat.
I'd like to warm up to that.slrl
That Is the way l're often felt.
Hut if X did 'I'd be a churl,
For I am sure thit she would molt.
I Jove that lady, tf-j on1 please;
My heart Is won is ne'er before. .
BhI It's a hopeless caso. for she's
A wax girl In a dry goods store.
Two tilings in this world are never!
One Is the tariff and the other Is
a woman's watch.
There is nothing better than si wo
man's watch to throw at a cat. to
crack hickory nuts, to let the baby
cut Its teeth on, to use as a sinker
siant it to-be sure and run for thre
hours whi.e you. are on an automo
bile trip you have got to wind it every
live minutes and then shake it and
bang It on the door sill.
A woman's watch Is always a halt
hour too fast or a alf hour too slow
and the woman never knows which,
lit order to be perfectly sure she
goes out and looks at the sun. bdt
if the sun isn't shining she takes th
half hour loo fast and the half hour
too slow adds rhem, multiplies by
three, subtracts seven and divide: by
fourteen, then counts the number oi
buttons on her husban's vest and
multiplies the total by that and she
will have the time pretty close A wo
man's method of telling time by her
own watch Is ono of the great mys
teries and every one has a different
A woman doesn't care ;?bdtit?b.)
works in a watch Just so long as li
has got a cute monogram on the case
and a diamond or tiro. Th works
might Just ys wll not be there. There
have ben Tiumerous instances where
worarn hare taken the works out ot
their' waiches and used the esses fo
1 carry toilet (powder, locks of hair
rand sweethearts' photographs. It Is
the case that counts and ths works
have nothing to do with tb case.
Some day perhaps sait. genius will
invent a woman's1 watch that "will
keep time correctly, but they will nev
er be popular with the women. Tho
average woman would rather guess at
It. Then If she finds she Is rlglit
she can glory In it and If she Is wrong
she can change her guess.
Votpcn'8 watches are a good deal
like" women themselves. Youj can
uvcr leu wiiai. uer an going 10
r r i
There are several thousand dltftd
on a flf hllne. to use as a buck In .1! ent way to toll a mushroom from Iln
poser game, lo hang on the end of u nntmnmi. mucin th. ,n,i!
wntchchain to keep It In the pocket or Kverv collector of mushrooms' haa
to drive carpet tacks Villi, bnt as a. a different way of distlricuisbind
time keeptr It Is as unreliable t.s.a
toi give the good roads movemont a
boost and took the step they believec
necessary without going deeply into
As a matter ot fact Arizona needs
the good roads and it will require all
i nm oar accora uie progressive or- ,, .... t. i u
jgaas id orators are blowing their 1 3?" ,nanaer " day before
trumpets, beating their breasts and
shouting aloud for social and Indus-
A woman's watch Is full of artistic
trial Justice It is a takine cry Han-' fenperament. You can go away from a toadMool.
Pig tKunlrV w.U noufaveiongt1 Sfinit' nZ.nVH T1" por
wait for a-test of the sincerity nf ed "d it running, fat U ro"' a!c test.
progressive protestation. There Is no
them. Hut there is only one surd
way, so far as the novice- is con
ccrnrd and that is to eat IL If he Jlve:$
11 is a musnroom ana it ne dies 11 lsi
The trouble is that toot
porsons are using this inlallij
the amount of the bonds asked to put more effective social and Industrla'
the state highways, or a part of them, ; Injustice afflicting the people of th
in condition. Hut is no!1 the time to Is- Tnlled States than the existent tariff,
sue the $5,OOO.Ofl0 bond There la none other that bears with
Before the stato" should Issue a great 1 such instant severity upon men anaf
amount ot bonds for road work,! women least able to sustain the weight'
wuuiuii 1 ik uu nui iu uakc uie fmiia ui uiiuat; Laxuiiuii. uivrH 13 uuac
made and Information gathered as 10 'other easily remediable at the hands
how the roads art to be built, whernjof our, lawmakers AVhen congress
they are to be bstlt and bow they ar shall nembJeLn extra sess(op. to car-l
to be malntaJnedT Isn't tho bond issue' ry Into cffpclhetopular mandate fo
now putting the cart before the horse tariff revision and reduction we shall (
Should not 'he taxpajers and the vot cry Is an honest or a hypocritical ap
ers of the state know what to ciper peal By their works shall ye know I
before the money Is voted' ihcm . i
It looks, noeordteg to a PkoenU
roiort, very much like the attorney
Laeneral bad crossed his wires on the
state child, labor law.
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by this bank organized in 190G, and there's no easier or
safer way of getting 4Ce Interest on jour money than deposit.
Ing it here
There's no waiting for a certain day before the interest
starts, as interest begin from date of deposit.
YOUR ACCOUNT INVITED
1000 Small Savings Banks for distribution to our customers.
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Will E. McKet President.
A. McDonald, Cashier.
'a moderate oven. Protein value equal
1 to 1 1-2 lbs. of potato and beef. Food
talne muolk more.
. Chese dishes may be grouped un
' der the following heads:
1 Cheese dishes which may serve
as meat substitutes.
2 Cheese roups and vegetable
( cooked with chbese.
t 3 Cheese salads, sandwiches and
4 r-t...-.- . i ,,
Planked Steak. vet jnwtrj, caoese uaua.-
Materials-rortcrhouse steak. 312' :ec and s.m "arjlshes
lbs; shad wb!teH.h, egg-, rbops or, Triagjith ch dish
W. Wolf, Assistant "ashlct.
cblckenffl mashed potatoes, i prunes,
tomatoes, 2 pints, peas, 1 can, lemon
Utensils Eighteen-inch plank, k
tato rlcer, two stew pans, ogetabIe
knife, pastry bag and tube.
Directions Select a porterhou
steak at least one and thretvfourths
inches thick and the given weight.
Wipe this with a cloth wrung out of
cold water and remove any extra fat
Peel and boil sufficient potatoes to
make the required amount, threo
pints, when lurudUHl and seasoned
Put the steak Into the toiler or pan
and broil It from seven to ten min
utes. In tho meantime the plank
should be in the oven heating and the
potatoes done by the time the steak
is ready. Butter the plank, lay on the
partly cooked steak, and with the pa
VVord comes from Phoenix to the tfy g jyjed with the potatoes, ar
ffTort that the nroDosItlon to abolish range a border close to th edge ot
. i, the plank of potato roses. Put into
capital punishment is an unpopular ovcn Md flnWl thc
among tho member ot the, legislator
as It is with their constituents.
It has been figured out that the
present session of tho legislature will
cost the state $375 per day. This ought
to cause tha members jptifiore lively.
THAT BIG BOND ISSUE
It has been determined lo ask tk
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Onion Srtlt or grated onion, olives
wteet gren ieppor, pimentos (Span
sb. aweet poppers), paynka and cay
enne. Fancy Pastry.
Materials Pastry floar, two pups,
butter, one cup; salt, one-halt tea
spoonful; Iro water, one-half cup.
.Utensils Large bowl, spatula, mar
ftle slab or pastry board, rolling tin
pans, measuring cup. teaspoon, cbp;
Wrections Scald the bowl with
hot water and fill with cold, adding
a small piece of Ice. Measure and wash
the butter ia this, first dipping tho
hands in hot water to keep the but
ter from sticking. When well washed
until It feels waxy, divide into four
parts. Pat three of them until thin ane
ronno. whip in cheesecloth pr an old
napkin and placo In a pan between
to rans of ice. Remove Ihe water
from the bowl and add flour, salt and
one of tbo parts of butter. Chop or
steak and brown the potatoes. While
this is being done cook and season tha tent this Into the flour and then grad
peas and broil halves ot small toma
toes Remove the steak when done
and put around It at equal distances
the tomatoes and peaivand on top ot
the steak pour ovec melted bntfr
teasqscd with salt, paprika, Harvey
tauce and finely hopped parsley.
Sauted mushroom caps are very nice
on the top. The tomatoes or green
peppers, may be stuffed If preferred.
Vegetables should be In reserve In
dishes for extra renfng. This will
serve four people.
Materials Hot milk. 11-3 cups:
(soft bread crumbs,, 11-3 cups; cheese
(grated) 1 1-C cups; batter.: 1 -table-
---, u .. :.i. ni '.jj
pcpin-Ji egg" ; uwi-jeasiXjoi'
call add the Ice water- It may be
necessary to add a little more or less,
but just enough so it can be taken
up clean from the bowl.
Flour the board or f.lab. pat with
the roliinv-pin iato a flat cake and
roll oat nntlt half an inch thick. Lay
one pat ot the batter on the middle
of the paste Fold the sides toward the
middle, men too onds over; cover
with a bowl and let stand five "min
utes. Roll out as before and continue
until all the butter is used, rostln
five minutes between each roll. Chill
whenever tho butter softens.
After the last rolling, fold as before,
filace- In cheesecloth- set In a dish, and
JiiVcr iPlarjn in:i)i5 rnWeat "nart Ef!
D3irikatorcoyenBfe.IIi"'. '. i tlip". Wfrlzeratof Until readv to ft-nUI
i14pVlheTrHArsitinnrandVi!roKKUteBtUv-MewrtneScun , masw- 'cur and AiSancT Bake In a vcr Bol
ably trill refnso to "cndor's,cthe'i:t8suerfclBg spoon, tablespoon. , prater, bowls ovpn 'nudermath heat, as it Is th
Tho members should refuse if they doieggbeater, double-boiler, baking dr?h.
not. S Ilirectlons-rJIlx wuhsbread crnrribi.
When he matter first came up be- salt, paprika, butter and cheese with
fore a meeting of the county supenris-' the milk In tbe double boiler, rerrovt
The Review was on Wednesday of
tbte week Invited to Bubmit a bid for
a slate printing contract that would
amount to perhaps Ave thousand dol
ars."Tjhetlme allowed. fcfrjsubmjUlng
tScTWfi was -eight'hours. The contract
was for printing the legislative blllsl
Tor tho present special session. Thc
invitation came from the state board
Of control and was dated at Phoenix ors of the state they favored the is-j from the fire and 'all tho yolks of
EVbrmu-v t It reached tha Review'118 casso they are alT pood roas. eggs well beaten -and fold In the stlff
Febrnary i. it reached tne Review cnt&ugiRgt r pogjon, M srfIK!r. jly beaten whites. Pour lato a buttered
(Apnnsicn of cold air In the pastrj
while baking -paV will make a light
and flaky pastry. This pastry Is used
fbr patties, shells, French pastries,
eta. for desserts.
All measurements level. Flour sifted1
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 known to
a good bank.
Miners & Merchants Bank
We are willing to give you every personal help and advice possible
or wc would not ask you to do business with us.
AVe invite you to do your nankin? here and in exchange we offei
tho same PKRSONAL BANKING SERV'ICK that has proven so
beneficial to others.
Wo treat you as Individuals and not as accounts.
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On Savings' : ;
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The Oldest and Largest Bank in Southern Arizona
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