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title: 'Bisbee daily review. (Bisbee, Ariz.) 1901-1971, December 02, 1913, Page TWO, Image 2',
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OUR ALIEN LAW
Piscussion of Land Tenure
Bill in;C&lifpniia May ri
k yoke Anti-American speech
' (By Associated Vrve)
TOKIO. Dec. 1. Absorbing later
t attaches to U Jonni.oui.ufe cb
Bioa 01 wo Japanese uita ui uoceiu
lier. 'ihe year uas ueou bmjhichiouj
politically oli account iu um trouno
jn Cnlnaand tne parage ot the Auxi
JLaiid leeuro ilnl ju California, lutse
questions are. likely to be rexiected iu
parifanienu Ami-Aiuncan speecn
lyr cnauviiiisTs aro regarded as not
,uuliKe-ly. Con&ideratue uncertainty
as. tot the mrecUon, Internal pontics
ill take" lends additional attraction'
to the sessions ox the Assembly.
Japans present government is con
fferyailve but tne masses Uirouhuut
Japan aro exerting, a gtboter paer m
produce! life ana fneir representauv ea
ih parliament will voice pais tendency,
fine student cass as eviaenced Ay tae
recent alliickibefpre tne foreign office
ifates over the Chinese question is
leaking Itself heard. - 1 ne universality
of education and incidentally Uie
iron-ins influencapr tne Japanese
Y'omatt arellflfliiihgs which must be
jjeclconed ,with in ' def Smlnlng tho po
etical future of Japan. " '
I It Is true that tne cnservatlvo in
fluence of Mq lider Statesmen and jcf
pax. Jailght'''be called the reaction
aries In general has steadily UecUoed
fii change Jrom an oligBrchy to a con
stitutional monarchy JJut there is an
ohl Japanese proverb which says:
"ConsuH. If only vitU your knees. '
The Japanese is areful and conserva
tive byMnaturg. Vt all tines he re
flects, consults Tind weighs before
maklns airy declston. This fundamen
tal trait in." the Japanese cbaraster, to
getier'ViUvthe, predominating rever
ence for Sbfl 'emperor and love ot
country: are likely to prevent any
jungo f into "dangerous radicalism,
aatero are iMjday five. different poli-
Hril tartlB!!hr irrouts In JalaU. it
is difficult to designate these groups
as "Conservatives," "Llberala" or
rtadica,ls," as, one would in the west,
because of . the" absence of essential
differfsices in- thr platforms. . AH
new ordwr of thiB3 Is tlll la embryo.
Tfce potitleal forces are there, ready
to be nioidtxl iiito delink form.
The most Important gNMip in the
Diet is the Solyukal. which might be
called the cosservatlve party of Jap
an. It always takes a strong part In
successive governments, and is in
the present cabinet. The next in
strength Is tho party founded by the
:ate Prince Katsura, -wino bellifel
tbnt the Japaat ideals of govern
ment could be best sudserved by In
troducing a strong two party system,
representing the people and respcn
e l Weft to the emperor. Ills party
platform, way vaguely dedicated to
attaining a truer constitutional re
gime by advancing the welfare of the
people, especially in education. 'Many
people fceSIeve that Katsura's death
may mean the collapse of his two par
ty idea nnd his party, as It was es
sentially a personal movement. The
remaining parties Include more or less
radical groups known as the Kokumin
to, and the Seiyu Club, with the In
dependents voting at will
More and more is it becoming evi
dent, however, Uat the real political
divisions in Japan are not tnese politi
cal groups but Satsuma and Choshu.
Tho men who built up the Japanese
navy casae from Satsuma province,
and the creators of the army came
from Choshu. These two great poli
tical forces are intensely active today,
always overshadowing any of the pU
cal groupings referred to above.
Whatever may be the influence of
tho session of t&o Diet upon the life
of e present ministry It appears
prcts&ble that careful, conservatism
wilt be th keynote to Japan's for
eign policy for seme time to come
and that Japan's attitude towards the
United States will be based upon
friendliness and co-orerat!on. Above
all. Janon seeks td expand her for-
efgn commerce. To that goal,
opening of the Panama Canal,
realizes is her great opportunity.
last Saturday evening the fir3t lo
cal bowling match of the season was
J.pulled off on the Y. M. C. A. alleys,
between the Ilachelors and the Bene
dicts. An argument came up one day
between Captain Wittig.of the, bache
lors and the" recent Benedict H?nry
"are fundamentally dovotedto fchrJEga; -i"?.vn,a8 P le fftaet'cy.9lthniar-
"eummauon'foJ'iftnie constitutional ; ffierl :
glme. The truth of tho matter seems
that Japan's internal politics is un
dergoing a period of transition. In
the case of politics it is from the oli
garchial regime controlled by the HWr
er Statesmen, into true constitutional
monarchy iwits, party government. The '
inannstcf-. titftt -of thoijhi;le
man aiong uie dowiibb jiuk.
There being one way only to de
cide this, and that to bowl, arrange
mjtpta wero made uvr a series of
three games, the team winning two
out of three to be supreme.
The first game of the series was
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required in theljr construction.
If you aro contemplating
building a home you should ex
ercise good Judgment in select
ing the materials, to be used
In Us construction. - ?
If you buy ot us you will get
the bost and at prices no high
er than Inferior materials aro
sold at elsewhere.
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The following is an advertisement submitted by W. Kobert Bracdon, In
the recent "AD" contest by Mr. Halglor.
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Do you wan some Heal Estate alsoT
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and High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. a.
Reg Iar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
THE ' ANTLBRS CAFB
Main SL, Phone 221
J. T. McGrath. D. McKee, Props.
towled at & Saturio night and re- from left to right until the 3-1 lengths
suited in ictory for the benedicts by of tho field was1 reached. Fisher again
a majority of 13s pins. Quite a it j '-"led XlcClusfcey for which he was
ladies were present at the match, and ' penalized. The free kick was taken
it is hoped that on next Saturday ' 'by HltHc and nicely placed. The
evening n:re of the ladles will turn ' Lowe'l defense cleared and trans
out and root for the (tachelors. ferred play inter K. of C territory. Tho
Quite a few- other teams are being! K. of C. ultimately cleared this grounl
yiauiiiu tj v-" -. ,- .
Fitted In your own home. 5lrs. O.
Alvin. 52 Jlggeniille, Phoui 423.
It will only be
the conrse of. a abort mother breakaway, marred by Ham
ilton. Lowell Custodian, rushing out
and getting Uie ball when It seemed
sure McCluskey would get a goal. At
ha'.f time the score standing in favor
time, that the bowllns activities will
be on the go.
Tie date set for the next game be-
...'., tha rtoplielnm nnd rtenediots is'
Saturday night December Gth at 8'' yw 10-'
' The finest combination tottball ever
f,'!.,!' ,u ii.n. on.i .nrP9 ! witnessed herd was seen in the last
ot the two teams.
Don'f stop to ask why we are selling these Von Gal $3.00
Hats at a price that represents hut two-thirds their origi
nal value. We wish to assure you that it is not because
of their quality, but rather, commercial differences be
tween the makers and ourselves and we have decided
to discontinue the line; in order to clean our cases of
the remainder of their product we have decided to sacri
fice our profit and a portion of their original cost.
It is unquestionably the biggest hat bargain for men
that has been announced this season. Come see them
yourself "seeing is believing," and we are sure a glance
will convince you of the truthfulness of this statement.
"The Hats are all new this season and embrare the
season's most popular styles in derbys and soft hats.
There's a variety of new shapes, and varous dimensions
of crown and brim, all wanted colors and black. Von
Gal Hats aie recognized the world over es the standard
of 3.00 has Your choice for S2.
Henry Warren, total
C. C. Childears
Dan KItchel .
- High score by Henry Warren 200
(High ayerage by Henry' Warren 172.
J?V. Howell and -A. O. Jfchnson
aoteiTas scorers, and William Ohaun-
cey -'umpired the game from the foul
00 TO A DRAW
half when the' ball passed from one
side of the field to the other in rapid
Kie' succession with neither side gaining
much. The Knights now forced cor
ner kicks after each other rapidly but
could not land in the net I-owsll
started Fred James, whose play was
one of the features o f the game and
ston -was in KT. C. territory. A splen-
424jdl1 test came1' of the Lowell forward
43; line ana ue tjjiaanj 6iti uucnm i
430 tbe K. C Good K. C. play soon
cleared their territory. Smith maue a
nice pass to Johnston, who landed the
ball In the nef far out of the reach of
Hamilton, equalizing the score. The
remaining 15 minutes was afl high
class football. , The ball was net in
one place for420 seconds. In spile
of all efforts, twhen the whistle came
for time up thero had been no further
score. Both .teams had to divide
points and wait until the next Urae
they meet to decide which Is the beat,
with the score'now standing one goal
each to prove ihem &l equal standing.
We are still carrying our popular grades of
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TVE S'lRIVE TO PLEASE
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Phone 284 Lowell Ariz.
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Visiting Miss Jlowe
Miss Edith Slltes Is expected to ar
rive this morning from Douplas to
spend a week visiting with ills
Mamie Howe. ,
Stiff Joints and Pains?
One of the most evenly contested
games of football every played In the
Warren District (was witnessed by a
record criswd at Warren Park oh Sun
day between the Lowell United and
the Knights of Columbus teams. Tho
K. C. icon the toss and choice to play
towards the grandstand goal. They , Keep a jar in the house. It is tha
immediately made a dish for K. of C. premier remedy for Backache, Sore
goal-V A dangerous shot was sent in Joints or Muscles, Rheumatic pains,
but Murray, the goal keeper, saved eta
splendidly. A penalty kick was taken MUSTEIIOLE is a
by Mead, who landed the ball In the dean, white" oint-
net after less than five minutes play. ! ment mace with oil
The ball wac kicked off and thc-K.'ot 0f mustard. It peii
C. forwards and the i Iirwell dofenae (,ctrates- to the segt
had astubbprn contestfor superiority , of painand drires it
until FJsher kicked McCluskey-the K-. away, but does not
a' left-wing. In the ribs and loft him i blister the tencerext skin.
unconscious. He later resumed ' play. I it takes the place of the raussy,
Thetball was kfckeajjff.andtho K. of old-fashioned mustard plaster.
of tlfeJflefd to tac'offier, rlrst one side ' OUUSTUUQJiSisL re?nmf nded-
gaining a little then: the-other. AK.f0r Bronchitis. Croup, Asthma,
C. dask for the Lowell goal swung rienrisy. Lumbago, Neuralgia,
Cesacc E. P1!.
-n Aevst 14 test C!-.Trce ?:
ViI of Ardaiws, Okla., u---.- d- !.
wife and tbret belie? jtoodby a-..
Utt on a bwisess trip for llia
Texas. On .';e fifteenth he -k.. '
Hit of the Oriental hotel, Ualfts, ar..'
.Vtecti7es m':o haw bean enrptoye i
: Ur f amity sajr mtet in no orc
' affltnR cast tt compirt dfsswnair
,n on 9)arJ. a
Tha 4jnm!arrd mwi is rvmfty
fivo yean f , vry erect;, v
fet tea iwrtiBt in hedtht. witch -
sboot lfiO paentfr nd has Hght I
brawn hair aa4 ic4 eyes. ,
thit we wish to call jour at
tention to at this writing
paint that Is pretty in effect,
durable and sun proof. Wo
furnish it In any quantity or in
standard size cans ready 'for
use in a moment. Of course
we have everything that goes
with paint sand paper, putty,
oil, driers, brushes, etc. Wo
guarantee all our materials and
charge moderately for them.'
Bisbee Lumber Company Inc.
kxnil Marks, lYlgr.
Sprains, Bruises, Stiff Neck, Head
aofee and Colds ot the Chest (it
At your "druggist's hi 2fcc and
50c jars and a special large hospi
tal size for 12JSQ.
Accept on substitute. It your
druecif-t cannot' sup
ply you, asd 2Sdoe
SOc to the MPS
CleveJpjTd, efts', and
we will v'mati tyem a
Jar, " postage ' pre
F. R. U Scord, IS W. lrtj 8C.
Now York City, says: "J9ee
send me for office u9. a ROijtltBlM
b'onpfIclalfor applications -otr ?
tients," ' '
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Company Reduction Works
We are now in the Market
for the Purchase of -
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