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gES B!SB3 DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1913.
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UWIViiHSITY OF AHIZONA.
Governor Hunt. In his message to
ths legislature recommended perma
nent plans for the University to make
it truly The "University Beautiful."
'rho University has bon working
for.a year on a permanent plan for the
erection of buildings and the decora
tion of the campus, according to re
ports reaching Bisbee from Tucson.
A plan -has already been drawn up
providing for 'new" buildings for twen
t-fiVe years ' ahead, and permanent
andl&autlful, plans for the decoration
of the campus have beep instituted.
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put into permanent form adopted 'oy;whoIc , lcM9let , .
fOrmnl Vntf ff ill fi.ran(a anr nn i 1 '
ch??p thereafter. This will permit!
changes of administration in the UnH
verstty and Vef no cknMll In ,
aakett for the permant lavout o .?
tJUo' Onirerslty campus.
Tho H4w-Aricultural bu.lding aske.ll; "" "'"" ,unu -0"B-ole ra'
ofthe present, lvglslaturo will be. JnU T"8 0t tUe 8Wl votw!
Is 'hoped, the' most beautiful public;0" '.n anlonJraont lo tho ccnstltution
h'Milding'Jn ArUona. The front dew-P1 f" PcmUUns thc statc t0 cn-
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tnn nnvL unff tWrMiU. l i. .i!
and is simple and artistic. I "" by a rery torSe majority- Kow
Other" new buildmgs that will bo!1110 8Crtalr hM lntrod"ced a w
added to the University in the nest
few years are an auditorium "which
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might be combined Avith the Museum
In the same building, a mining build
ing; ashop building and a club house
for the men students. Duces for all
of these arc already selected, though
( It may take ten joars or more to pro
vide the buildings.
Already thc campus is one of the ex
hlbition places of the state, and ir.l
coming years it will be a greater
prido than ever to every pood citizen
The University of Arizona has def!
nlte aims for its future progress. It
doos not Intend to expand into a num
ber of professional schools and Into .-. !
large number of advanced courses in
all fields of college study. It will spe
cialize particularly in agriculture and
In mining engineering. During th last
few yoars especial attention has beer
given to agriculture and id the com
ing years now emphasis will be placed
upon mining engineering.
To make the best engineering
cers66 thorc is need of a certain de
wve ot. general collage work In eco
riQmicj,.h(fiory foreign language, phi
lofiophy, science, so that any student
v'he desires to enter the University for
the general college course will find
ample opportunity for good educa
tion; those who require work In as
rioulturtt and 'engineering will find
opiiortunities built especially" upon tho
needs ot Arizona,
FOR GOOD ROADS.
As the (juration ei ImfMlnp good
roads and prMldtvtK Uo monor toi
that prpos fi Btw a live one in
Arizona, the loHowtug-from the St.
Imk IUHwIHb oMarirfg $e plat
of wrk to Mfftori will ho of Inter
Ifftdr tM few as it now stands tin
gori&ral road fend of the state may Im
drawn Mjm by the coHntlos In pro
portion to their aMsaed valuation
To litem that have fchsll bo given and
tho rlehest coucty gU the blggesl
llio. On the other hand, the Poorci
counties gpt so itttlo out of thc Iun)
imt,'lr'&i9UblpUimt In it and
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share, in the fund.
To remedy the situation andtsUmu
late road building where good road
are Ladly needed SenaUw Carter ha
...PHONE NO. 3$. 2 Rings
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of The Review never intentionally
appear in the columns of this paper,
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Introduced a bill providing another
systoin. He proroses to take th
road fund and divide It Into 111 equal
Iortiocf, one for each county in the.
state. Any county or township which
taxes itself 23 cents on $100, that bo-
ing the highest amount allowed lot
road taci, will be 'allowed to take
its whele share of tlic'stato road fund.
If it taxes itself less thau the full
amount It is to be given . portion of
its full share propoitionato to the
amount f the tax.
Tho state as a whole lays a share
ot t0SI ,OUI, nad m9nvtmml
NOT A SAFE ONE.
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x"u ""-l lual " o.e nus
,ntrduced a bl!1 providing that the
estate ongago in induslrinl pursuits
nnifA In t if r. 4 JC w I Kiwei.ll tor
rrt -1 muuBwim jJUisqin,
wnicn uie amondineut allows, proviu-
Ins that the state go into tho manu-
ifacturing business, build railroads and
do otner things.
Whllo thc people have said that thej
believe the state should have the right
to do such things, it is very questioa
able if a majority of the people of the
Ktato understand what it means for
the state to undertake such great en
terprises as railroad building, which Is
specifically mentioned because it 13
one of the things in this connection
that is mentioned most frequently.
It really brings the matter down
to about thc same point as tho raised
government ownership of railroads.
We do not believe the state is ready
to go into railroad building or evcu
into manufacturing on a large scale.
It cortalaly Isn't prepared in any way
to build railroads.
This would cause an enormous boud
Issue and place a groat burden on the
It Is generally admitted that the gov
ernment, which is rich and powerful
cannot afford to buy the railroads auj
assume the tremendous obligations.
Arizona could mucft lew; afford to
lKiild railroads in this country, which
is new and undeveloped. Such roads
iroald bring little revenue but would
cost onormons sums to build and oper
iterore going Into business for lt
Juat as careful inquiries and cxRtstna
sIf the state of Arizona should make
Uons as (Ioom a bfe business concern
In .f-anfMntr fillt !m!.adoHtl TiS .1 neW
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line ot business. -.
HONOR MEN ANNOYING
The following appeared as a spe-
etal rilsnatch in the Arizona Demo-
crat one day this week:
FLORENCE, Feb. 10. A petiUon Is
bolRK circulated in this city and l
being Kcncralty slREed, to the govern
W and legislature protesting against
Mitency shown the prisoners. The
petition rccitts that the prisoners
from the oerltentlary ar permitted
to come down town In tho evening
iressed In citizen's clothes with no
distinguishing mark wliureby they
n Vrfi rccnimized from citizens. That
thf.v minclr in nil cathenngs and ;pe-
ptirc Introductions o younajtate di;
feotlters. The. petition'-, derfujiK t
Uits' plirilego beistoppcd. hattbfekfe
convicts -bo keM within the- prisojt
around and not allowed around Fldr
?nco dressed as bther men aro
dressed. Tho men of thl communl
ty are accordingly dlsguited with,
present conditions and ask that the
legislature remedy it.
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'f there is a basis of truth behind
this dispatch then, indeed, it is high
lime for the legislature to enact
.omc laws that will pronibit such .i
condition. Everybody desires that the
prisoners of tho stale shall bo treated
humanely, but there will be few
to agree that they should bo allowed
tuch privileges as are told of in this
dispatch. No wouder the people ot
REGULATING BANK LOANS.
It is rejorted that tho 1'ujo com
tHiltec ia about lo draft a hill
providing. among other things,
that no bank shall loud money to
one of its active onicers ana aiso
that it shall make no loan to a direc
tor. Tho first recommendation is very
good; the second verges on the ab
No active banking officer has any
business borrowing money from his
own institution, it practically amounts
to his loaning to himself. For par
ticulars of thc results of this practice
sec obituaries of many defunct banks
and statements of certain waterlogged
institutions still in being.
IJut loans to directors arc a differ
e.it matter. Take the crtse of tne
small town with a sin&lo r-ational
bank, tho only strong financial Insti
tuMon In the community. Such a law
would shut out all the active business
inn who were users of money from
the bank's directorate. That this
would harm tho bank is clear. Tht
best material In the community
would be Ineligible. Who would bo
There seems to be a determination
on the part of some ot the members
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unseat S. B. Bradner. as a member.
In thc discussion of this matter which
involves tho right ot Bradner to sit
as a member aftjjr having accepted a
position of emolument paid -by the
jOale, a plain violation ot &iumini " " . -.. .-
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tlonai provision, wio incuuo m "
ncr disclose the fact that Bradner har
indulged in sharp practice In reach
Ing Tor the salary of the "Bull Tick'
secretaryship. The claim is made
tl.at Bradner never gave any bond or
even took the oath of office as secre
tary of the livestock sanitary board.
but tho records ot-the state auditor
office show that he received the
monthly salary with unfailing rcgu
larity. This Is a plain case or
n-vinr.in h devil around thc
stomp" in an tf.ort to connect Mr.
legislature. Tho house of representa
tives is the sole jndge of the' qualifi
cation ot its own members and IU
Cnai action in the Bradner matter.
be watched with mucu conconai
Dradaer!w,lth,ap official salary "
l&ngU hi rdmafaea?a1Ac6erof'tb&
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by tho3e who believe that the spirit
and letter of the constitution and
law covering this case should be fol
.In his speech at I'lioenix Govornor
Marshall advised his hoarerp to make
a systematic study of our government
and the justice and equity of fair gov
ernment Ho declared in this way the
problems of the day might be solved
and our institutions preserved. The
jouth of the .land In his-judgment
would be no mare content when they
grew up with a situation similar to
that one vwn'lch- confronts 'us than
would tho older people Of today lw
content to return to tho privations and
hardships they so many of them ex
perienced in their youth. The judg
ment and conscience, of every- Indi
ldual in this country is what this
government rests upon, declared the
governor an dc'ot our judges, govern
ors, presidents p sensators. He urged
individualism and the wiping out of
The Instalment Plan.
In eighteen hundred eighty-ono
I listened to a man.
And he sold me a line shotgun
On the Instalment plan.
I'd like to get the payinx done
But don't believe I can.
Each Monday during all the years
He's been right at tho door.
It seems as though he really fears
111 seek some foreign shore;
And each timo that tho man appears
I swear to have his gore.
The whole world seems to stop until
I pay my share each week.
You'd think It was a monstrous bill
To hear the fe)Iow. apeak
;i tones mysterious until
I feel just like a sneak.
Vm n WBen i dlo
III still be on his slats.
KAnd every Monday he will hie
Unto the pearly gatos
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Surel So Is Everything Else.
Elevator call In doparttnont tttoro:
GENTS CLOTHING, SHOES AND
According to Uncle Abner.
It ain't to very hard to git rich so
ong as you earn plenty of money j Parallel lines arc the samo distance
wd never spend any. all the- way and do not meet unless
Two can live as cheaply as ono.lf.you bend them.
they live with bpr folks' and don't pay i Horsepower is thc distance one
any board. " '.lorsc can carry J. pound of waier in
They say it costs, twice as much ono hour.
to live nowadays as- it did forty
years ago. Well, by gravy. It Is worth
about flvn times as much.
Hank Tutams says he doesn't go;
oatmobllo riding with verj'body. No,
Indeed. They din't-alLask him.
The feller who gives the cheapest
present la. always the one who talks
suspender 'button tfc. ks- could place;
any confluence in tor: alee ars.
if every feller would rk as hard
to h5 onto his Icb ae,he does to
apt tit back after he leees It. the hat -
nt ilhM http.44 . a dfl3 AiAfilN f4 4Tj9 .ttn
prejudice, and decSared the grandes
thins In all the universe Is to be
worthy to bo called a good American
rllizen. And when you think of It
Govornor Marshall Is absolutely cor
rect. Wo nolo that the Christian Scion
lists are giving some attention to
tho legislature. Judging from th9
factional rows now going on amons
tho lawmakers we should say that
thc attention ot tho scientists 13
The YdtiHg' Woman s Christian as
sociation ot this city is now inaug
urating a campaign of education and
for funds needed to carry on Its up
WilHg and charitable work. This asso
elation is composed of earnest worker!,
ft the benefit of womankind and es
pecially the more unforfinate and
the people of Blsbeo should bo liberal
in their response to this jjinual call
! uniforms gei.'ally make the music
that is tl-r hardest, to listen to.
! Old Col. Hardtack, a Civil war vet
ierac had a cork leg which caused
his family a groat deal of trouble.
When them was anything In partic
ular to be done around thc farm,
which tho colonel should have done,
he accbiently lost the cork leg aLd
was thereby incapacitated for man- al
Jabor or any kind. His wife would
Invariably hunt up the leg. however,
and found It In th mos-. surprising
I iitacea. Onee it was found hanging
', in tho well by a string and several
I times baried in tho hay Finally tho
j detective Instincts of his wife began
' to pall upon the warrior tad he
want to the village thirst garago and
!oM tho leg tor a quart of thc stuff
that made Kentucky more or less fa
nous. Tha proprietor of the place
cl the lis MP into corki for his
bottles and the colonel thought bis
troubles were over. But his Ii.vent
ive wile - had mads him a wooden
l out of an old whiffle tree and has
fastened K onto Mm wHh iron straps
locied wtth three nadlarfcs, to which
aho holds tho kys.
Heard In the Fifth Grade.
And angle IB & triangle witn only
ucocaetry teaches us how to blsex
i Gravitation Is that which If there
Rera Bono wo should all fly away
i A vacuum is a largo empty biacc
where tho Fopo live.
Alebraical symbols are used vhen
j you don't know what you are talking
t. A .rtinegadc Is a man. who kills a
In.Mn.itt.-a nia.sout of a cask may
not m.1rryawoman out of ano'her
t The Salic law is that you must
' tako everything with a grain ot salt.
Thc Zodiac la the Zoo of the sky,
(where lions, coats and other animals
1 n t J f-atw rftoi a. W Ant
. -. . . , . fifl-Mr
Pnr tf mother is HI there la no
money to hire cooks and Oy poor
food follow s it th Is no "mo to taLi
iHu'Jiefs .acc. If there are others
In tho family, fath-v. and oro;h.r!,
or both, who aro capable of earning
the livinc then the daughter can, nnu
should, be trained In ever" detail of
ccoklnu and housekeeping. My close
observation of the shop girl has been.
than when she marries, she admits
ber nbFolute ilgnorance of cooking
and housekeeping and agdn fo'low
the experiments of learning at- tne
exuecse of a ioor man s salary.
Some ot the present day problems
lulsht be partly solved. It this wife
knew how to purchase 25 cents' worth
of nutritious food' and then know
Ir lo cook It bo the family may ro-
rulvc 26 cents' worth of food value.
Tho middle class girl Is la' thej
worst condition of .all. For she mustl
1m educated, and "the school which
Mary attends requires studying all)i.in.
the hours slio nas at uome uniu dcu
llrae during the Bchool days of the
week; and Saturday she must have
har music and dancing lesslons and
matinees, and where is the time to
help mother? This over-indulgont
American mother is led to believe this
hi really education, and docs not
seem to realize that this education
should not be a preparation for some
thint: In the tuture, but lifo itself
and that every day.
As Americans, we havu had an idea
that doing housework, cooking or
wadhing dishes U-'most degrading,
menial and monotonous work. 1 be
lieve those aro a few of the words I
have heard said, descriptive of it.
Only this morning a young man said
to me: "What is tho matter with the
girls in the homo'! Why, last night
Your Bank's Obligations
Only starts with the receiving of your money and tho paying
of your checks.
Its Integrity and business Judgment is relied , upon as a matter
of coursc. ' ' ' ""'
BUT i it giving you ta! personal attentions and advico that
Is absolutely osecntial to your business and personal welfare.
IF NOT Ask us what wo mean by Personalized Bankinq
4 Per Cent Compound Interest
On Savings Deposits
The Bank Of Bisbee, Bisbee, Arizona
The Oldest and Largest Bank in Southern Arizona
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.
WF i k. y JPAkm
by thfs bank organfzsd in X9G5. and thsre's no easier or
safer way ot getting K Interest on your rooaoy than deposit,
ing it here
There's no waiting for a certain day before the Interest
starts, as Interest begin from date ot deposit.
YOUR ACCOUNT INVITED
1000 Small Savings Hanks for'dlslribuUbn' to our customers.
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Maia Street, '
Will E. McKct President.
0. W. Wolf,
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a crowd of us were at a friend's
house, the second girl left and tho
cook would not wash 'tho dishes."
Ho said "1 was brought ni to helpr
in tbo home, so I volunteered to wash
the dishes with two or threo drying
and I never heard such groans and
fuss made over a little work as In
that house and I was really doing
the hardest part of it myself." I re
plied: "It is not so much with the
girls, as with the mother, who Is. or
should be at the head of the house;
she should have some plan, system
and equal division of work In the
family no matter how many servants
they could afford to have. There i
all the difference In the world be
tween a house and a home.
The woman who has not a perfect
working knowledge of a house when
she goes into it has no business with
a servant to direct in helping her to
care for It. A servant ouco said to
the mistress of an attractive, UttltS.
home: "Ycu never ask me to' do a
thing better than you would do IV
To those contemplating furnishing
a home. If you will check furniture Hsu
Delow, articles nanted and call at one
store for estimate, will save you both;
lIme an(j money:
Linoleums, Stoves and Ranges, Ta
Clipboards, Cabinets, Chairs!
Rockers, Rugs, Matting, Dining Ta
bles, Buffets. Quilts, Blankets, Bet
and Table Linen, BedaSprings, Mat
tresses, Pillows, Dressers, Center Tal
blcs, Ub. Tables, Chiffoniers, Wash;
standi, Wardrobes. Trunks. CuttlerjS
Draperies, Cooking Utensils, Dishes!
etc., and etc. A
In fact, everything for tho homci
SVw and Second band goods bought
sold, exchanged, easy payments. J
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St. Joseph's Hospital, Phoenix. Ari
zona, offers a three years' course ci
training. For detailed Information ad
dress Superintendent ot Training
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