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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1904.
Many Strong Republicans
Have Deserted Roosevelt
DESERTIONS OF MANY PROMINENT MEN FROM PRESIDENT'S STAN
DARD, COUPLED WITH WORK OF "CONSTIUTIONAL GLU3." EX
PECTED TO HAVE STRONG INFLUENCE WIH CITIZENS WHO ARE
ANXIOUS TO VOTE RIGHT BUT ARE IN DOUBT.
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PETE lEPASn
THE AUDITORIUM
FORHERLY L&U.
A Complete Model Bar.
Staple Specialties
Fine Old Early Times Whiskey. Anheuser-Busch, Tony Faust Beer
ioiaest ana oesi Kepi glass .Deer
WOLFF & LEPASH
Phone 77
1 7 Main St.
DANGERS OF RAMPANT OFFICIAL POLICY MANY
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New York, Aug. 23. Desertloni
from the Roosevelt stand i-d ot p. emi
nent, lifelong Republicans, arr.oiiS
them General E- A. MsAipiu. forme:
treasurer of the New Yo'K State Re
publican Committee; WUltaui G. Chaat.
a brother of Joseph. H. Chcatc, Am
bassador to England: Willi hii Morton
Grinnell, Assistant Keweiinr of the
State under Harrison, and Albert O.
Boardnian are looked upi here as a
sign of the drift of Rep'ib'.icin tuougU
toward constitutionalism as oppased
to imcerialism.
These desertions of such men, who
are the acknowledged leader, coilr
led with the work of tie Consutu'kn
Club organized this week, will have a
far-reaching effect upon iiv5 rank and
file who, -anxious to vote sight, are in
doubt.
The Constitution Club numbers
among Its members tha brightest lights
In the legal fraternity. All of Its of
ficers are members of the bar, deep
seep students of constitutional law and
history, who see grave element cf
danger in President Roosevelt' course
in public questions.
James C- Carter is the President of
the club, Wheeler H. Peckaani, John
E. Parsons, Joseph Laroque an-l Jol-n
G. Carlisle are the vice-presidents;
William Church Osborn is the secre
tary, and the treasurer lis William E.
Curtis. On the Executive Committee
aro William B. Hornblower, Francis
It Statson, John G. Milburn, Howard
Taylor and James W. Gerard. Jr.
In its campaign of education the
club intends to go fully, ihorougly,
and impartially into the record of
President Roosevelt. It promises lo
deal not In generalities, but in facts,
and these will be presented bef-iro the
voters In such a clear and compre
hensive way as to show the radical
departure President Roosevelt ha3
made in a number of executive actons
and the extreme danger, a3 ha cl'ib
considers it, of Intrusting power to an
executive of this temperament.
How real this danger is -thought to
be is explained by Howard Taylor, a
member of the Executive Committea.
Mr. Taylor Is a close friend of Judge
Parker and has repeatedly, discussed
the question with the Democratic can
didate. But Mr. Taylor's consenting
to serve on the Executive Committee
springs from his own strong individual
convictions, which are the same as
those of Judge Parker, and his Intense
desire to help defeat the candidacy of
a President who, he believes, consti
tutes a menace to the welfare of the
country.
"Tha greatest changes In the fabric
of government," said Mr. Taylor, "of
ten come impreceptlbly. At the out
set they seem trifling innovations
nothing more than slight departures
from the previous form of government.
There seems nothing startling ?
significant In their contemporaneous oi
future effect. The Government seems
to go not as before a little more pow
er has been taken by the executive
but the form of the government as a
whole -does not seem to be effected.
"But President Roosevelt'3 arbi
trary usurping of legislative functions
has been so clear that It is hard to see
how any thinking person can fail to
bo Impressed with the changa "ui
, Government can undergo over night
as it were, vAth an executive rf th's
character. It Is undo'a'jst'ly trje
that no president so far has pone 'o
the exereme limits in time of pea. c
that he has In massing enormoiu pow
er in his own hands. This U not an
impreceptble but a very perceptible
shange, and one does not have to be
gifted with prophetic Insight to foresee
the whole train of alarmin; circum
stances that can easily ensue from- a
persistent course of this nature.
"These evils are not shadowy. They
are very real. The Oivernment as
swayed by President R-jow.vlt !
already suffered a 'I'.sunct alteration.
The question now i wh2.hr e s:e
going to revert '.o the character ot
an executive as en'i'smp'ri.ea by cur
Constitution, or whether W3 intend to
continue allowing gigantic and ever in
creasing powers o !o aa'uuiel b tfce
President withoa' respor.sibl.iiy- Noth
ing tends .j bti.ld up desprtlsM so
rapidly and effectively as this same
feeling of ImtM'iii t Uy on the ;-a t
of an executive If he ron-i-.'f is him
self above coisMlu'nnil boa.Is, lbie
from going to extremes, the slnster ef
fect of which may be felt for centuries.
"There is really no way of stopping
an arbitrary President from going too
far except by ImpeachmenL There Is
no otter way, It is true, but it is a
(Sow-operating one, and that is to
elect someone el3e. But To do this it
is necessary to wait until a general
,eiection. In the meantime, however,
- & reckless President can do inflnite
term. By far the safer way is to
efeet a President whose known char
acter sufficiently .vouches for his firm
teteatioa to administer the affairs of
ais eSce within constitutional bounds.
- "Wo gravity of President Roose
veU's" coarse lies not only la the pres
ent effect but In the precedents be has
established. The Constitution defines
clearly the form, powers anJ duties
oi oar Government, but there are cer
tain' powers which are not speciiM ic
the Constitution.
"As long ago as 1S03 the Supreme
Court of the United States heli that it
had no power to order what the exe
shonld do and should nut di. This
has been the doctrine ever since. It
Is the only possible co.i livable vew,
for it would be Inoiowblo -.oliave tUu
President's eVcr acilan liampeied by
the courts.
"But just l.-re the u:g':t ncM'tfly
of having as President a man of safe
tendencies arises. The President can
bo beyond bounds and the courts can
not restrain him. Congress can re
strain him by impeachment only. An
executive of impulsive, wilful dispo
sition, secure in the knowledge that he
can go beyond proper bounds, jvlll go
to the extreme limits and establish
precedents which may and will fill
the mind of every thinking man with
apprehension.
Thus very largely the kind of ad
minlstrative rule we can expect from
the executive depends upon the char
acter of the (incumbent. If he is
temperate he will use the power of the
office judiciously and in such a wy
as will not encroach upon legislative
jurisdiction or establish omnious pre
cedents. If he is of a rampant nature,
indifferent to the wisdom of holding
down his office to wise constitutional
limitations, he will abuse the powers
of his office by ignoring the policy
or moderation and Jumping ot excesses.
"This is precisely what President
Roosevelt has done. If he has done this
so far and he is an accidental Presi
dent what will he do if he Is elected?
The mandate of the people he will
consider as a vindication of hi3 meth
ods, and he will not only be tempted,
but he will construe his electon as a
demand, to continue these methods.
"This Is the vital issue, the dominat
ing issue. It overshadows all ques
tinos of labor, the tariff, the Philip
pines, and other public matters, for It
Involves the very' fundamental ex
istence of our republican institutions.
"The club will make no hasty asser
tions and take no hasty action. It
will Investigate the full reoprds of
some of President Roosevelt's acts,
such as his adding J12.000.000 to the
pension roll by his executive order;
his real connection with the Panama
affair, and other matters in which he
has overridden the Constitution. The
club will be perfectly just -with ium
It win accuse him of what he ought to
be accused of, and give him credit
for the things that he deserves credit
for.
"Lawyers know as well the accumu
lative effect of precedence that every
attempt will be made to enlighten the
.voters as to the ultimate meaning
of his getting the power of the exe
cutive above the Constitution. The
President occupies "an extraordinary
position In which the assertion and
practice of unwarranted powers can
create dangerous precedents. No man
is ever more effective than the whole
country, and no man can run as well
as we can ran ourselves.
"Every impartial observer will ad
mit that since thf Pinimi off-ii- ,.,,.
I moral hold which we had upon man-
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ly abandoned. This is one of the
fruits of President Roosevelt's policy.
All his tendencies, and methods are
such that the club will work vigorously
for hU defeat"
Christian Science services are
held every Sunday at 11 a. m. at the
Johnson House parlor, BIsbee. Ariz.
General Improvement A. H. Smith
Is among Los Angeles traveling men
spending a few days in the city. With
all the rest of the fraternity of the
grip he agrees that Bisbee is at"pres
ent the liveliest business number on
his calling card. The dull season
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Indemnifying Employer against losses through Employees.
Contractors' bonds executed on short notice.
Corporation and Fraternal Officers' bonds a specialty.
Real Estate, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
NOTARY PUBLIC
B. J. O'REILLY,
Bank of Bisbee Building
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Maricopa & Phocem'x &
IN EFFECT OCT. 23. 1903.
FROM PHOENIX
STATIONS
S'lOp.m.ja :50 a.m.
5:29 p.m. 9:09 a.m.
7:00 p.m:
7:20 p.m.
8:45 p.m.
Lv. .". .Phoenix Ar 5.36 a. m.!
Ar...... Temple .... Lv 5:12 a. m.
Ar. . .Mancopa. . L,v 3.45 a. m,
Mesa
TOWARDS MESA
STATIONS
8 pm 19:12am
:05pmJ9J3 a m
Lv...... Tempe
Ar.... Mesa
Francis Cutting,
President.
General Offices
CHARLES PAGE BRYAN.
Charles Page Bryan Is the United States minister to Portugal, and ha?
recently been the recipient of many attentions from the King and other high
officials of that nation. Mr. Bryan was formerly United States minister to
Brazil.
Reduced Postage
to Old World
NEXT YEAR THE RATE ON LET-
TERS TO THE OLD WORLD WILL
BE MADE TWO CENTS INSTEAD
OF THREE AS AT THE
PRESENT TIME.
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" Washington, Aug.. 23. The -v
$ reduction of letter postage be-
' tween the UcUed States and
t Europe from 5 to 2 cents will
r be. It is expected, put through
i early next year. Just before
leaving for his home In Wiscon
.; cousin today, Postmater-Gener-?
al Payne said:
s- "The most important reform
we' now have in mlude is the l e
s duction of the rate of postage
S between tH.s country and Ell
s' rope to 2 cents. There is ev-
y ery prospect that at the next . :
S- session of the postal congress S
in March, we will be success-
i- ful, as we have the co-opera-
t- tlon of England and Germany.
v "We are also at work to se-
r cure at least six mails each
S week both ways, with Europe.
? We now have four-day sail- y
v Ings, and are confident that s
by arrangements with the s-
rv great lines we shall have six- s-
v day mall service. The par-
v eels post has been extended to $
'J' Awenty-three foreign countries." $
"J- '$ S' 4 !$ -J1 S" S 5 $$" s
common during the summer months
to all Atfizona has affected Bisbee less
than any of them. The situation all
around has now begun to change, how
ever, this being largely due to improv
ed conditions on the ranges and re
newed supply of water in many mlnlas
sections that durins the two months
preceding the raln3 were senous'y In
convenienced by Its lack.
BONDS!
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Salt River Valley F. R
PACIFIC STANDARD TIME
TOWARDS PHOENIX
7:41 a m'2:16 p m
7:24 a m!
1:55 p m
BrancK
FROM MESA
Art
7:19 a m
1.49 pm
1:25 pm
Lv
6:55 am
M. 0. Bicknell
Supt. and Genl Frt. and Pass.
Phoenix'Arizona
U. S. ATTORNEY THREATENED.
New York Prosecutor Warned to Let
Up on Italians.
New York, Aug. 25. An anonymous
letter was received today by Assistant
United States District Attorney Joel
M. Marx threatening the Federal offi
clal and those connected with him with
death If the prosecution ?nl arrest ;
Italians for alleged naturalization
frauds did not cease.
The letter, which evidently was writ
ten by an illUerate person, asks why
the men who cause fraudulent papers
to be issued are not arrested Instead
of the persons to whom they aie Issued.
The letter was signed with a roughly
drawn heart pierced with an arrow,
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Goes to Hachita George Ruppert
left yesterday for Hachita. where he
takes a position as operator in the of
fice of the E. P. & S. W. Mr. Rup
pert came here to fill the post ot night
operator with the Postal. He was
several years ago located here in a
similar poslton. At present he Is
Just back from Mexico City, where he
lately underwent a serious illness that
compelled him to leave that count!)'
in order to regain his health.
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Anhecser-noMh Beer. Fiae Wine
3 Liquors and Cigars 3
J, Bisbee, - - Arizona j
Scott's Santai-Pepsln Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
ForlnCtmm&tlon orCatarrbo
tha BIadd-rnd Dia.Ml Ull
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qbicklr and permanently th
wortt case oi ConorKioel
and Glct, no matter o.' Don
Ions staedln. Abiolatelj
harmless, Sold by drngguta,
Fnc J.oy.or ty nail, poet
paid, $1X0, 3 boxes, ZZ.7.
iTHESAKTAL-PEPSIKCS-
BtlUtaattto. Ohio.
LOOMIS & GLASS.
CENTHAL PHARMACY
Tjo yon want to rent a house?
Pnt a tlasslfled "ad" la the Re-
rlew, and you will have anawors g
lore.
"NOW
YOUR
OFF"
OVER THE EL PASO
4. SOUTHWESTERN
FOR THE WORLD'S
FAIR OR THE COOL
SEA BREEZES OF
SOUTHERN -CALL
FORNIA.
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H. STILES. GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, El Paso, Texas.
, N. B. JUST
X E. B. Mason
Blacksmith Shop at Lowel. Stable
First class rubber tire work. Telephone when jou
waut your horse shod or your buggy repaired. We
call for and deliver work.
t Phone 24 or 60
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i CITY BARBER SHOP,
Bath Rooms and Porcelain Tub
Everything Hirst Class &
-s- EMIL HARKS. Proprietor
ir4-Vrtittrtrttf-4'
3'iSiSSS'5sSS ?. ?
The Mine
SmelterSupplyCo.
Jli raso, lexas
WUfley O General
Tables
Wilfley
Slime
Tables
DurKee
Electric
Drills
Boilers,
Pumps,
Hoisters ,
AH Classes Mine, Mill and Smelter Machinery and
Supplies. Correspondence Solicited
hWnWrrrioirftir!rft
SMOKE
I LAS DOS NACIONES CIGARS
I "FAVORITA"
Made from Clear Mexican, San Andres Tuxtla, Valle
Nacional Veracruz Tobacco. -J
"We Use Only The Finest r
Manufactured by Las Dos Naciones Cigar Company,
Nogales, Arizona.
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LFTUS KNOW WHEftE YOU WISH
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Assayers'
Supplies
Acids
Chemicals
Assayers'
Domestic
and
Imported
Glassware
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lMWMWOWUKHWH?W
THAT
Carload
HAS
Arrived
Runabouts and other
styles as well as stand -ard
goods. Harness
to match.
Brophy Carria
Company
Repositories Lowe'l
and Douglas
LOW ROUND TRIP,
RATES TO THE8E
AND MANY OTHER
POINTS TOO NUM
EROUS TO MENTION
WILL BE CHEER
FULLY GIVEN WITH
' DATES OF SALE,
FINAL LIMITS, ETC,
IF YOU WILL KIND
LY CALL ON OR
ADDRESS
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H. NEEDHAM. LOCAL AGENT,
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