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TmE BiSBEE DAILY REVIEW, THURSDAY MORNING, OCfOtiER 16, 1913.
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Thursday Morning, October 16, 1913.
PRODDING VS. DRIVING
Critics of the Administration who charge coercion and
cound a warning against undue ha:tc In writing cur
rency rotorais into the statutes arc apparently forgetful
hi the fatjt tlc't legislators are prono to slothfulnesR and
nafmen wind were direct of speech MI victims of Io
qukclt'y sifter moving to Washington. These arc the
fallings which President Wilson is doir.g his best to
.' Copgrcs created n National Monetary Commission
five' years aso It collected from the entire commercial
wa'rTd the most extensive library or pertinent Informs
iloii on banking and currency that was ever undertaken.
lfi4fflc1.M reports and discussions appearing continuous
iV fa all sorts of puhlc prints during the last five years
i&fiTre tin art ev.n more extensive literature. Surely, the
'Senate has a wealth nf information from which o draw.
Senator Owen calculates that it will take a year arter
the pass-.gu of the WH to put the now system Into opr
oration; and fie Rill itself provides Uiat thereafter threo
jcors shall elapse before tho final reserve requirements
cbtne into rorco.
TMscuesion of cirreney reform Is developing active
ojijwsition from banters, and the leaders of thi Admin
istration forces in Washington maintain that an organ
IzeB effort i beinfc made to force concessions to the
(minions of tho smaller country bankers The sltua
Uok Is one that shovid not exist, for it is evident that
Oa the question of currejicy andjbanking reform there
shotild be co-operation between the leaders of Congress
ahS tho hankers! Tlt is fearaf that the upsnat of Uie
mailer may be no legislation in which ease there -would
be much resret'b'it .it the same timo President Wilson
is to be conynended for the gentle prodding he is in
The workings of the net tariff and tbc discussion
of 'the etirroney mensuro are tho tfo most Important
ulomeats in ifce 'ituatlon as the outlook for the money
market for the balance of tho year promises that all le
Fltimato demands will bo taken dare of without any hard
ship being Siifi"erwl The final repo.t on the crops
showed that corn had lield Its own during September
and that, while the crup is belrw that of a year ago.
It Is a fair average while whet mrde a record yield.
The croi are now n thing of the past except for tho
final estimates on Uie cotton crop which frequently
proves in rotfess of preliminary estimates. The effect
Of the loss In corn oi business will, ni doubt, be largely
Olflct by the advance In prices and against Uie poor corn
ttvp In the southwest are fairly good corn crops In the
northwest although tho lesser crop have also turned
cat a dis30$o!ntittmt
one els, lfe oxpar.dcd into electric lighting In Now
York and Brooklyn wfl when the New York Edison was
merged Into Consolidated Gas he still retained his in
tertjfit He ranked tor years as one of the largest own
ers of Consolidated. We all knew that he had eight
millions In Urookiyn Rapid Transit whiph he bought at
a ridiculously low figure. Ret It would surprise Wall
Street to know that Chattanooga closed its stores on the
day of the Brady funeral, and that Brady had Invested
in that town 530,000.000 In electric light and manufac
turing. Outside of tho Interests I have mentioned, his
biggest investment was $32,000,000 In American. Tobacco.
Ho also had the. largest individual interest in United
State Rubber. The total of, the Brady estate is more
tWn one hundred millions. The great fortunes of the
future will to billion-dollar ones. A hundred millions
is no longer interesting."
MONEY .WELL PLACED.
Tho :iropTD!,aI of Secretary of tho Interior Lane to
devote $a00'.O0O.O0f to the reclamation of arid lands In
the west and southwest will meet with hearty approval
!u Arizona where o much taxable wealth has already
tfeen created through the operation of the j-eclamation
act under which the preat reservoirs and irrigations sys-
MY PRINCESS AT
Beautiful Young Duchess of
Fife Vears Magnificent
Pearls at Nuptials
LONDON, OcL 15. In tho preenc
of King George, Queen Mary, and a
brilliant gathering of royal and dlstln
gulshed personages, the young Duch
ess of Fife, daughter of tho Princes;
Royal, was united in marriage today
in the Chapel of St. James' Palace, to
Prince Arthur of Con naught, son of
the Duke and Duchess of Connaugbt
Both bride and bridegroom are direct
descendants of the late Queen Victoria,
the bride being; a great granddaughter,
end the bridegood a grandson of her
The ancient chapel, one of the few
remain of the old palace of the Tudors.
was tastefully though not elaborately
decorated for the wedding. Out of re-
tenis at Roosevelt and Laguna have been erected.
Mr. L-ine has received assurances of support from a spect to the bride, whose home Is in
large number of congressmen and senators from the tho Scottish highlands, white honthei
west and southwest, including the Arizona delegation. j$ZJl "" ""
who are all keenly Interested In the proposition. j A- great ctov.a assembled In S
Arizona Is perhaps more vitally interested in Lane's ! James Square to watch the arrival o'
f.lans than' any other date, as she has a far greater area1 ,he hrid,al sa,ty and sue6ts- T:'ere
of lands which may be made wonderfully productive by thc ciookers. however, as the moe'
irrigation than ny state in tho union. Tho plan may ; distinguished of the partleipants and
be broadenrd to Include in Its scopo Uie reclamation of ' Guests ct the wedding did not pas
.. , . . . ,, , .... i through the main entrance to the chip-
aII. the .arid vest, and the vast swamp lands la Texas. je, The King and Queen Queen AIex
Swi&iriB. A'rkansas and east of the Mississippi. If ltj andra. her sister. Empress Marie rf
is. it will re2siee the support of many national leglsla- Russia, the King and Queen of Nor
tors from the state which would be thus tienelited. ' - ,'f.d ,cUler,s cf thfh rofa' fam"v
nnadc their entrance through a spe
A southwestern congressman lii assuring Secretary cfti;y covered way erected between
l.aad of his hearty support for the scheme, said: "The
luvestmfcnt Of ?3GO,tOO.OOO, if that amount is. needed, in
the reclamation plan would be a better investment than
the building of the Panama canal.
"As a matter of fact, whatever amount Is expended
in cJding to thc areable land of thc. country
the Chapel Royal and SL James' Pal
ace and Marlborough House. A slml
lar pa-Kai?c way was provided frnn
Clarence Iljnse for the special cm
jvenlence of thc Duchess of Cornaushi
The crcmony was conducted by tlr
ne!..r. .if T j M.l.Tn whn wnc nct'rvl
would bej,i. seve-rai f,;iler well ku.-vn prelates.
merely a temporary Investment, for it would be paid I The bishop took his stand to the rirflit
tael; into the treasury In tho sale of the land, thus giv- of 1,-' i-ai-t-pas. and was follo-v..i rl
. . , . ,. , , . , , , most immediately by the brl 'og.-oom
tng value, ho said, "while the whole country would ben-j.,n(, hls supIKjrters. the youthn.i rnnct
ofit in the Increased production, the widening of oppor- of Wales-and his cousin, the Duke oi
tuntty and tho growth or thrifty prosperous population." i Saxe-Coburg-Gotlm. The bridegrood
.,,..., . ., . I was attired In the uniform ot his res
This seems to bo the general Idea. Secretary Lane .m the Scot3 GreyJ, ,
hopes to bo able to outline his plan in December ir.' his I when the bride .accompanied by th
If this Is found to be itnpos-, King, arrived at the cha&el the cheerr
first renert to concreis.
... , . , t , , , , 1 of the crowos were loud ana long su
Mblc, a carefully prepared measure will bo Introduced tnlncd go that the yollng mcbes,
in congress at the earliest possible moment and It may ( seemed much affected by the warmth
lie said on high authority that it win nave the hearty 101 uln poi" Brw
approval and support
A MAN WHO DID
, A groop ol tnon vent sittiiw In tho Waldorf cafe,
Sew York, tllscu&slnr the problem: Are great indlvld-
tral fortunes UnnsB of the past in America? One of the
group, a Wall Street broker, responded:
"IT wo had been discussing tills question forty years
ago at Albany in the Dehwan Howe, we woeld probably
BaVe ireen served by a whilMproned waiter, an Ameri
can, and we might not have stopped to inquire his name
saa swore than ve d-e that of the Toys or Anthonys
Wfio wtSK upon ss here. We might probably have said
' In srr conrerssL'on that If Commodore Vande-rhflt had
OlGft r.ca the cototssl fo-rtan of $1960,9d,00 it
weald he a. geiietion at least before any American
woiiM be a Me to get together anottirr hundred million,
asS aity gjeratHs befere anybody ever saw a pr
"Httt ilgfet there we woaM have been wrong, for the
JteckefeJter fwtHne is today mere than a iilllien, am
Rsfseil Sage, E. II. Harrlroan. J. P. Morgan, James
StfflHWH, and George F. Baker, ail rade more than oe
hHSdred mWtfowiiwht)vr,a'ByUHy may have divided IU
"New, th .'mft'.ififi fat is that a comparatively un
JmowH ltaan died recently at the age of 75. He wax
vrorlk coWcTal)ly more Mmr- one &un4red miltten, aaH
forty years ago he was the waiter at the Delevaa. Iloase
In AIJwhj tc whoB I have referred. Tfcte was we ho
.was wore Uiawtkirtv yearn at ge aad nobody weiW
fhae draiiidj tatji' 1 bbjC BfSdywoiiW start ok a ea.
hkt tlwtt-lRtW Win." at TsVmmb of age, with mors
than' ?l63M.ft9. Hue" rt ofieed tea sWas ln.Al
faiDT idheiWMl Jato tae Ieotrle Ngltting binap.
HEALTH cOR EVERYONE.
This is an age '.thidh places an oter-increaslng em
phtihts on Uie rKt:on of good heallii to individual hy
giene, to social effectiveness ty general prosperity. The
race is to the commtinlty whose children thrive and
whoso workers keep well. Human health is., a purchas
able commodity, as has been demonstrated in Cuba,
Panama and the Philippine.
At tho en
trance to tho chapel her royal High
ness was received by the Lord Cham
berlain and other dignataries. Here
she was joined by her bridtsmald,
Princess Mary or Wales. Princess
Maude o Fife, Princess Patricia cf
Connaught and Princess Mary of Teck
The bridesmaids were gowned In
blue. Little 1'riuce John, youngest
son of the King and Queen, and hi
couin. Prince Olar of Norway, Joined
the procession as train bearers.
Meanwhile the number of distin
guished company of guests, some 300
New York Cltv. with its I in all, were taking up their places in-
a-Irla 4Hrt fltinl OffM! TlTi tl f iHlt hslrC
-!-, - .. .. , . .ft , .!- lC V1'W. w-.i.rf-..C) o '
nuvanceu ueaim orainances ana coropammeiy nuenu , ronped ,n ;ront or the altar were
supply of money to 'arry them ouL is a striking example 1 the Queen and other members of the
of what in urban r ommunrty can do in tho way of a i "val family.
radical reduction in Infant mortality and in the genera, J - JZ weSng
death-rate. Yakima County. Washington, Is another ex-1 that had belonged to Queen Victorls
ample showing the result of systematic he:Jth work and ! the youthful bride looked a charminr
type of English heaury e iu renne
ment Her Jewels wane magnlfcent
pearjs, some thc gift of the bridegroom
come formerly worn b Queen Alex-
liberal expenditure la a rural district In twelve months
trader a full-tirae factiltb oiiicer, with a, well-equipped lab
oratory and a corps of visiting nurses and sanitary In
spectors, tho death-rate in the county from typhoid fever ' nndnl and, ,sme H"L.S,ft
( Much of the formality and ceremony
and the deaths from all causes fell from 538 in 1911 -thit accompany a state wedding was
to 3 In 1312. Other instances of like effectve work I lPensed with, in accordance with th
might Da cited.
The mayor of Colorado Springs said recently to the
delegates of the American Public Health Association
I II WMlte MrMrtwlMMi4 L k it i ! ill
; y vmmMWii fWw V'' F ": vim
; Will l& f' wwt" m
M 4 '' " ""J,1 '? r- '- l..tlr. .all ail, ill i ill ntfi 1i jfi i'- r- -t -1
A BATCH OF SMILES
Arizona News Nuggets
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TEACHERS ATTEND INSTUTNTE
Little Ralph had just jointed tlrs
Episcopal Sunday school am" on his, TOMBSTONE Approxinntely 220
return home, was asked hy his mother I ... . , . . , ,,,
how 1 o llkpd it Pub,,c school teachers from Cochlsfl
"Why. mother," he satd, "tlu-y don't "unty will attend iho Joint Institute
know much down there. The teacher of eleven Arizona coantlet, to bo held
asked them what the Collect Was and n phoenix during fair week, accord
I was the only one that knew." I lng to csctmir Superintendent of
That's good." said the mother "and Schools D. B. Hutchins. The total at
what did you toll them?" j tpndance. from all parts ot the state,
"Why I told them that It was a pain this year is expected to be between
in the stummick." I t0D and 900 taichcrs. As attendance
Is obligatory there will bo n.i school
that week tn any part of the counties
The palm for brevity In speech interested.
should be a-arded to a marine who
testified aboJt the explosion ot a gnu.' RETURNS FROM HONEYMOON
on a war vessel an explosion wnicn1
had sent him to thc hopltal for some-
PHOENIX Clmrles It. Oaborn. sec-
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n'Ull Ul U.U LHAiAU JL WIU'UJ, nuu
nas neen away soineimng more uian
& month on his lionvinnua. returned
plosion." he was asked. accompanied by Mrs. Osborn. who was
"Well." ho said. "I was standing be- 5I,S3 R a Lair of Tncsoaf prIor
side tne gun; mere was a n 1 oi a
desire to make the wedding more pri
vate than public. The King having
led his niece to her place before thu
altar, she curtseyed to the Imposing
mmtn nf hot- r.-ival rntji!lr nnri thf
that the problems of public health arc even more vital J ,ng ,hcn gavo hcr hand to Prince
than those of Individual health. Appreciation ot this Arthur who, bending his head, took
fact com&s slowly. Money to purchase public health is I the hand in his own and Just brushed I mostace. "Motor wont wrong, that'
the finger tips -vkh his lips.
Immediately afterwards the voice
of the olficlatiug clergyman broke the
wnlsoers of 3llk and atin dresses with
the opening words of the marriage
service. Prince Arthur spoke the re-
twenty j sponges la a loud and firm voice. TUic
public j bride was almost inaudible, and one
i could not fall to notice that, as tne
btshon solemnly sdoVo of marriage as
oiy foHflw th creation of public sentiment demanding I not j,y any to be entered lipoa nor to
tbetn. and la accomplishing this thc Kewspapcrs must be taken in hand unadvisedly, lightly.
ntv ft,.. ,.Mr ri -n, c t: ..,,. ,t,i'or wantonly," tears were plainly vkH-
,..-, .... .-.-.. ... w uU,3 ..W,.., .ww.-o- O , . . . . ,.
plven grudgingly by those in charge of the public purse.
St, Louis, the fourth city in the Lilted States In both
population and manufactures, spends annually only
SIO,000 oh It3 health department, whereas it spends
$2,&3,$y3 annually oh its police department,
times tho amount spent for the promotion of
this, has applied itself to the creation of a public demasil
for better sappert of the health department of St. Loals,
a ad will present a plan for making that city thc health
iest In the United Slates. At present the death-rate In
that eity io oonaiderably leas than that of other largt?
cities in tn same litllude, and almost as low as that of
Clvlairt!, New Yotx and San rra-.isco. cities more
fttVMably located gwjaraphicaHy and climatically; but
it i biiev(id that It ran be made stilU less. This com
mendable object will require not only Increased appro
priations for the health depart:
-' .The' nawoaopers
hil4 awaJw tc tho fact that contnifnilly hedltlv.is
Ant BriMipfe of elfeetlvc looal government, and sljould
IMor, ffcrforhor Phwer hrwaht Mn t Nr T I-1li' for thaJr olo?aiJ, public Heoltfi Is a' Purthasabl
mum 1m. kair mere abevt Knrtc mhA
ble in hf" large eyes.
The benediction having bean pro
nounced, the bride nd bridegroom
united procession left the chapel, the
organ pealing forth the poyous stra'ns
of Mendelssohn's wedding march.
Th bride and bridegroom had many
gocd wishes expressed as. after the
ceremony, they proceeded to St.
St. Jamet' Palace. The registor was
signed in the great drawing room,
racket and the doctor said, Sit up and
The littlo boy had brought homff per
fect school reports for several weeks
and then his marks suddenly toofe a
tremendous slump. Hie father viewed
the last one in evident disapproval.
"How is this, sonT lie asked.
"Teacher's fault," said the boy.
"How a It the teacher's rault?"
"She moved tho little boy that sat
nest to me."
He had just added a motorbc&t to
his possessions. He already owned a
motorcar, so, he lost no time In mik
ing a trial trip In the new toy. Oh,
yes, he knew all about It, y' know! Rut
throush Uie murky night he stole
home. leaving great puddles all ap
the garden path and on the linoleum
in the hall.
"Goodness. Charles!" cried his wife,
"what's tho matter? Did you upset the
'.'Oh, no, my dear, not at all," he re
plied, wringing the water from hfe
to her marriage to Mr. Ozborn. The
couple were married in Tucson and
after a short stay there went to Cat
alica Islanus where they spent a. most
enjoyable time. Mr. Osborn looks bono
the worse for taking upon himself tho
duties of head of & house.
"But yoifre simply soaked. How "
"Well, when the" motof want wroas
I er " He made a told dash at It.
"Before I knew what I was dg t
was er over the side trying1 to get
underneath to put the beastly thine.
VHICHITA'S NEW UNION STATION
WHICHITA, Kas., Oct. 15. The
Santa Fe railroad today began the
use of the new union station and yards
in this city, thus umrfftng the comple
tion and informal opoatag of th sta
tion and great terminal system that
live been built here at a coat of more
DISCUSS ELASTICITY OF CREDIT
four queens and two kings, a watt aa
other members of the royal circle, ap
pending their signatures with the
NEW YORK, OcL 15. "The Elas
ticity of Credit" was the general teefe
at thc sebsioa of thi. the concluding
day of the second national conference
on currency reform. The .conference
ard Queen, the bride and grafta, al .th nrinnlnni nddr
the royal and prinqnly giU5. HI'-1
.iinjesty propose! we noann ot uie:astaie Belonging .to intimate ineaa
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3iD,liUnfi SPs,aarAcl.lSrOr maiTTiaJ1E?- ; S -,. iIaHicliIdQS-wlthAvL.innUbta&lhe
pJfcjfttcn.ffifi Wi R -'S3j? wedrttngr breakfast wag aWvetn Astor ifinTghC former BeifcTeVff
jEi.4 citizeaa of every community wmmt insrMmifr.tA AUtUh ot nhoielnd dM
t Uie MPttl fatally. SuBst'sueatir th
WANT NEW COURT HOUSE
PRESCOTT A whirlwind campaign
'o procure tho signatures Of 500 or
more tax-paying voters cf Yavapai
cotrnty assenting to an election for a
new court house bond Issue, is the
purpose of tho Chamber of Commerce
committee In cbargo of the plana.
Every nook and forcer of the count''
regardless of population there located
will be corresponded with by the com
mittee and the petitions distributed to
three various points.
killed William S. Edwardst a cow.
puncher who while m a drunken mood
trld to effect an entrance in tho large '
.'.IcBride stoic at Sclignun. ' Tho
shooting is attended by a remarkable
furor of excitement throUgli'oiit tho
county Inasmuch that McUrido has oc
cupied hi3 position of prominence for
LIGHTNING KIILS BOY
COCONINO Eugene Randolph, the
J-year-oW son cf Ed V. Randolph, a
horseman, was struck by lightning
white playing Willi his brother tn a
' eat at Klnaikea'.c last week during n
Ijpavy rain and hail storm. Ills broth
err Charles, aged 11 years, wa
knocked down by tire bolt but not in
GOVERNOR ISSUES RSQUISITION
PHOENIX Governor G- W. P. Hunt
issued a requisition on Governor Mc
Donald of New Mexico for King Ev
erptL who has been arrested at
Lordshurg, N. M. The papers were is
sued at tne request of tho Comity At
torney. The charge aaalsat Everett
I perjury, which it
committed during the
and his brother oa a chars of bttueo-
ing a mar by the name of Lee.
MAY SELL BONDS.
PHOENIX The corporation toi
mission usued premission to tho Ne
vada Southern Timber and Land com
pany to issue stocks and bonds which
upon being market od wilt bring to
the company in actual cash 5L0G2.500,
and allowing-tho Navajo Southern
railroad company to iftmo $1,000,000
cf its common stock. Those two items
make threo permissions that hare
been Issued to the company and Its
affiliations by the commission in the
last few weeks.
ARRESTED AND RELEASED
WILLIAMS Nels. Pousha, who has
bnen town lerk for a couple cf terms.
was' placed under arrest Ust week for
an alleged shortage of about $1904
In his accounts with the city. Pousha
cfalros there might be a shortage of
about $000 but denies thc charge of
any Interest on b's part to defraud
the city. Later the matter " was
cleaned up, the amoant made good and
Pousha was released. No criminal
complaint was made agalast him.
HOT AFTER HONORS
PRBSCOTT That Yavapai eoBt7
fe again act-foot after the prictBl
honors among tb term exhibits at e
State fair baa been curreat tejrfc tor
mate t'me. Httt that a vlctery is arae
tteally an aamrM fact has not bean
conveyed generally to the neotf"
and contributors to the exhibit In
?Krt, Mtfltas hstw than aa earth
iiuhe or hrala-storm caa dayrfre this
county's exhibit of the prise tWs year.
FROM HUNTING TRIP
GLOBB Dr. Carkw. Montecana ar
rived an' kht way to M hoate in Chi
cago ' a hwitiatc trh wMh Me
Cateheon. the famow cartoeaM,
through the soathweat. Dr. Moato
uma raaead the eity rt tlwr ear at
Dr. A. T. Kfrsts, at th OW Denoton
utair ana Dr. C. U lrvln ot the MMtat-
ratloB-Miaml hostel a". whojfcavel
Kea swondWR the hwt Week aapnag
m poathern Ariaeea.
MERCHANT SHOOTS BURGLAfi
r.LOBE lMatgl Mel
nawtr tl'aHHaH rtnlr
TSe "early dajf of file IT0ii9meoi'y)Cri"t couple will take up their hom th most prominent and wealthiest
Ill be spent at awsll'known country! at 3urnholmer near York. merchants in the county shot and
' LOW WATER MARK
ROOSEVELT Watar to Roosevelt
ht claimed wa J iake reached a record low mark yes
trial of EvereU ! terdav when the gte Sfcffwe that
115 feet remained. Aft . jeaalt ot
the aaoeaally dry seaeoa aad prebable
lack of care la the dtaweeeat of
water earlier in the year;tfee spp!y
aMowed farmers tmder the reaiaawUon
project has hen reduced Jroia three
feet a day to oae and three-quarters
feet a day .
PHKN1X AH high &Seefc I the
mab carrying a oetaiaerttel course
ore eatlOed ur ta ..jHflUlon -of
the vocatloaal porsiUta cses bill
of the legtelatcre of the state to aht
from the state for those high schools,
according to a reeeat oplaion handed
down by the Ut board e edation.
Tain will ealarte the Bceaa of the bf
a there are aotne schoete which oarry
commercial coaraes. bdt which had aot
expected to be aide te participate la
Um lwceflu of the state and bHl ewiag
to the fact that these courses wore
tbeasht to ha without the pall ot thc
doawette etet.ces. laaaval arts and
nil I' ahajf nl iwrsnite eearses as pro
lMl m4r br law. M&lrever. R was
overhHdted that the atefomeflt fn the
MU said voeathMWI paraVlta, Vhlch
briaaa th oewraerdal oaaieoa within
the purview of tka easr &k com
merce is as much a life buslneSaK&Bd a
vocation as is farming