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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MORNING, MARCH 17, 1909.
"Ml the Newe That's Fit to print."
..Published at Bltfeee, Arizona, th
"Mat Mining City In tho Wut, at the
Review Building, comer O. K. street
sue Review avenue.
ONSOHDATED KUNTINa A. PDB
IJSHTNO ' COMPANT.
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and giving employments to far morq'into years by tho ExccuUvc. Neither Y. 8mith. E. A. Tovrca.. J. J. Bow-
citizens than aro employed by thojnas congress revealed any desire to j. m. Sparks. Tho namo or tho cor-
capital invested In tho fleet.
Habbi l'orelra Mendos, ono or the
best known Hobrews In Xew York, Is
a lcador In tho peace movement. In
practice It voluntarily.
a letter published In tho Nov York I When tho twoaty-HfUi legislature
newspapers ho wroto: "What is true
groatnosoT Tho whole country Is ring-
poraUon Is .COUBTXAND WATER
ICE COMPANY, and the principal
placo of transacting business or said
corporation Is Courtland. Cochise
county, Territory of Arizona.
Tho general nature or tho business
proposed to bo transacted by saia
A report came from Phoenix on
Saturday tS tho effect1" that It was
proposed by soino member ot the
legislature to Introduce a" bill for the
division oTCochlse county. While It
Is not HUoly that anyone would se
riously consider such a Je-oposiUon
without first consulting the people of
Cochise iounty, still the report Is
sufficient justification for submitting
a few remarks regarding the division
of the county. ""
There Is ikj reason existing for the
division ot the county Sinless it would
be for tho pfcrpoee of dolus away
with the Inconvenienco and expense
7 of reach-log the present county seat.
To our mlad this reaeoa Is not susy-
cleat cause tor Clvisioa.
Cochise county is today the largest
and HK6-t prespereee in the territory.
Within. JIB boaads'lthero are so ton
flictlng jlale-roetB or duetrtee. .y
wealth couslsts mostly of mines and
stock. TqjHrtde the county would he
to increase the tax rate which is now
the lowest to be found in the terri
tory; to ditlae Jie coty would mean
to (HvWe tl Tffiuence of Cochise
ooBty la the. iJswilaturc, by having
two swell cJelasalkros in the lower
house. Instead of one large one when
there shall be an equitable apportion
ment of the members of the legisla
ture either of the territory or the
state of Ariiona. Tills equitable
apportionment will como with state
hood, and when it oomed Cochise
cousjy, ir left as it is today, will
have? at least ottcfourth ot the mem
bers of the territorial or state legis
lature. Here Is an advantage that
must not be overlooked, as it will
mean much for the future.
So far aa the (people or Cochise
county are concerned there has been
no discussion or agitation of the ques
tion of county division and we do not
believe that H woI4 be approved by
any considerable BHBMJor ot our elt
Iseasjn aoy section of the county.
It i to be regretted that the law
providing for .the removal of the
oounjfy sdht wai not upended so It
would bo possible for the people of
Cochise county bo remote the county
Beat whenever they sfeoeM desire to
do so, but to our salad this fntlwe
to provide a. jKt' law toes not jm
tlfy a' propoeitlea to 'divide the smutty
which wbula benefit so ene.
ing with the oehoos of the guns ot
the great American fleet which has
concluded its groat world crulso for
the great purioso of Impressing our
greatness upon all nations, great and
small. How groat it all Is and how
great Is the civilisation which toler
ates, requires aad ttolauds such great
ness! After all, it meae the rule of
brute force. It isa denial of peace
ou oarth; refutation to jfood will to
all men. It slnjps Christianity In the
face. It insults Judaism. Tho ques
tion Is asked, 'Is this a Christian
oountryr We have only to olat to
the American fleet, etc., to find an
answer. K this is Christianity, what
sane Hebrew wants It? We believe
It Is ridiculous, ua-Chrlslian. mi
Jewish, unmanly, to profess a rell
g'on of love ot God and trust in Him
and follow it with hate of man and
dietrist (n him."
Although many good oKlsens will
chafe and fret under the stinging crit
icism of the great rabbi, wisdom's
part is to consider his words seri
ously, and if there Is really existing
in our civilization a condition which
reduces to absurdity the claims of
the millions of cltlsons who profess
the Christian religion it is time to
be up and doing, instead of sitting
sulking at the outspoken rabbi, says
the Los Angeles Herald.
But what would he substitute for
'atmlels and navies? Ho represents
the most practical of all races, and
therefore Is ready with suggestions.
Dr. Mendes presents three, which are
as follows: "1. A supreme interna
tional court of arbitration to which
all International diepetee, not may,
hut MUST, be taken. 2. Tho civil
ized nations to bind themselves to
BOYCOTT cofflinerekiUy, socially and
in every way any nation that doe
not bow to the decision of that court
3. The court to he composed of
Juries of all natloss, preferably the
sesior Judges of their supreme courts.
who shall be subject to so Instruc
tions or 'limitations' from their re
eholl have adjourned, which will como corporation is to cngago in tho de
.... . , ,,, veiopracnt and acquisition of watci
to pass during tho week, ono law-wiH and watcr rights, to sink wells, con
be placed upon the statuto books ' stct and maintain dams and resei-
, voirs, canals, dltcho3 and plpo lines,
which will meet with tho approval t0 construct, maintain and operate
of nil mtmirora i n niim hallot---o. ' pumping plants and water works ot
. .. ...,... , . I every kind, aad to sell and dlstrib-
ballot which will Insure an honest es-utu water to individuals and corpoi-
presslon of opinion, freo from unduo tions for any and every purpose; to
, ..,.!.. ,.,.. construct, maintain and operate mains
influence, often In tho shape of filthy M(1 iatora,s Tot ty distribution of
lucra of the realm. water; to construct, maintain ana
1 nnoratn talAnhnnn imrl tAlpfrranh 1lnjR
In tho past tho Ignorant voter has, 8troet railway lines and rallroad3 loi
to a large extent, been the balance tho carrying of passengers and freight,
. , ., by steam, electricity or other motive
of power in politics. This condition poWer. To manufacturo and sell ice,
of affairs has been noticeable in those to construct, maintain aad operate
... , . ., ioe plants, cold storage plants and
counties whore a foreign voting popu- warenon8es lo n and aistributo cold
laton has been massed. Ward heelers, storage to individuals and corpora-
with or without a pu.,. have bled ZTZ
both political parties during the cam- meJos and laterals therefor;
palgn period for a delivery of votes, t To construct, maintain and. operate
,,,,.,, . electric light plants, poles and wires.
For example, take the last campaign and to Qaaufacture electricity and
ia Pima county. Thousands of dol- soil and distribute tie same; and to
. , . ,. , manufacture, sell and distribute gas
tars were spent by both parties in an and malntala and opete
effort to control a few hundred votes plants, systems, apparatus, pipes.
and a majority of tho voters t.Jg aS
to be controlled had about as much in goods, wares and merchandise ot
Interest In the candidates running for e7 description and carry on and
1UMUUIIU SVUtJ -LUCC1VI4
The Bark of Bisbeo
- BISBEE, ARIZONA
W. H. BROPHT, Presldeat
J. a DOUGLAS, Vlce-Preaideat
U. 7. CUNNINailAM, Caahlef
H A. ECHWARTZ, Aia't. Cashjal
Capital, Surplus and Profits $200,000
BRANCHES AT NACO AND LOWELL, ARIZONA.
Bowen, W. B. Kelly and George Bux
ton, known to me to be the icrsons
who3o names aro subscribed to tho
foregoing instrument, and each ac
knowledged to me that he executed
tho 3am o for tho purposes and con
sideration therein expressed.
Civen under my hand and official
seal the 4th eay of March, 1909. My
commission explrea February 9th,
(Seal.) GEORGE II. NEALE,
Territory ul Arizona, )
Cochise County. )
Boforo me, J. M. Cabell, a notary
public In. and for Cocnlso County, Ter
ritory ot Arizona, personally appeared
To oncago A. Y. Smith and J M. Sparks, known
office, or tho questions at issue, as in buying, selling aad dealing In real to mo to bo tho persons whose names
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENT!.
MWiiMi, . .... ....... rrriiujjij
Asa sequel te the Jorios cnrte
and triumphant welcome home of the
American fleet the Hebrews of the
eastern United States bare started a
great" peace movement. Inasmuch
as the Hebrew baskera of the world
have fiaaaced masr of the greater
wars of modern times, wo believe
the -movemont is most significant.
Wo shall not "question the motive, al
though wo kapw- many "citizens may
ascribe It to thrift; to natural desire
on tbetimrt of the Hobrews, who are
noted for oaaalneew, te atop whet they
apparently coasider & ($ most -tfo-1
pleraele aad ctrayeste M
money vihick, acoonHac to IBriiSk
lions, it Invested 'irofitably- oould he
When congress last year on the
heela of the psBic passed appropria
tion hills authorizing expenditures ex
ceediag J1.9,ee.ef, Qhairmaa
Tawaey of the ComBiitteo on Appre-
priMJons gave waralBg that it was
OosWipg the defclit. By July 1, 1908,
the deficit for (he year Just esded
was gO.O&O.'iHH'. March 1 last for
tho first eight months of tlio present
fiscal year, tho deficit was over $SS,-
0&d,0&e. At the present rato It will
reach l",00d,""80 by July 1. Yet
con gross has again Increased ai&tro-
priatione, raak'ns the total l,0ii,0:o,'
000, or $U','3$u,0e more than for the
The Spanish war year deficit was
S,9ee,flW," only a trite more then the
last eight months show. That was
the tapgeet defteit in tweedy yearx.
Tlie' Best largest was 5C9,S08)W') for
1991, rollewtat; the t): paaic Only in
civil-war time has the RoocevoK rec
ord been beaten: In 1SG2 there was
an excess ot nxpoadltare of $22C.OW,
00J. ia 1SS, t ?COC,000,000, I n 1S1
of Gil.OOO.OW and ia 1S0S of 3873,-
.. - -
To makehoth ends meet there must
be an iBcrea&e of at least $159,d0O,(MM
In revenues. The money has already
been appropriated, but no osc knows
whether it will be raised from new
taxes or from tho sale of bonds. In
conectlon with the revision of the
tariff new sour cos of revenue, per
haps war-time stamp dutlas, will com
mand consideration, for keeping for
eign goods out of this country ng a
means of raising more revenue from
imports H a miracle which not even
ultra-jfrotecttonists like Messrs. Aid
rich, Cannon and Ifeyae heve proved
capable of performlag.
One excellent method of relief for
the Government, . boweTer, lias been
suggested by "llr Taft In hie Jnaug-
a m nsiitn nne in4nnAi nmrunrv inn in
tip man in tne moon, un account oi . u iiuoi .U4..,, "" j-L---
. . mortgage, leaso and hypothecate the
mis ignorant voie, in some counties, same. To own., and in any way ac
tio ballot has been prostituted. Tho qulro real ostato and personal prop
. , . , . ,. erty. To enter into bonds; options
buying of Ignorant votes, or the .pay- and agreements for tho sale or par
ing of enormous sums to supposed chase ot real estate, personal prop
. . , . . erty, mines aad mining claims. To
leaders among tho Ignorant-' voters, own , franchises of every
has come to an end In Arizona. "Let description. To acquire, own, and
., ,..i, !,- if m , r.i deal a mines and mining claims, by
tho result-be what it may. tho word ,ocaUoat purcnaso or otherwise, and
has gone fortli that the Arizona ballot wort and dovelop tho same, and ex-
is an indigent expression of major- D?W.
ity sentlmont. "With- thla result neith- sen and deal in ores and minerals of
er democrats or 'republicans have ecry and- To own, buy, sell and
.deal In tho stock, bonds and securi-
cause to complain. ties of corporations (Including Its
It is said that 04- Uw will reduce iS-and'obS
tho vote of Arizona several thousand, lions of every description. To loan
Apache and Pima counties are tho moey- To, brT0W P0- ."
mortgage, pledge or hypothecate its
two counties where this law will bo property or any part thereof. To 1s
far reaching in its effects. Thoso who ie Ita own notes, bonds and obllga-
lions dt every kind,
claim to know, saythat in Tucson Article III
alone some four hundred erstwhile The amount of the capital stock of
voters ,IU he deprived of the ballot. ffAJ.
while la Phoenix It will reach about ooo), divided into Ten Thousand (10,
530. It is ot-Iy fair to say that those 000 shares of the par value of Ten
Dollars ($10.00) each, and the time
who, under the Hampton bill, will be ben and tho conditions upon which
barred from the ballot, will not all It is to bo PaM In shall be as pre-
. scribed by the board of directors oi
he foreigners. . Ia Apache county the g corporation, provided, that stock
total vote is aix hundred. Counted of this corporation may be issued In
,. , , . . ... payment for property, rights or privi-
among this number are about 2o3 !fgee( m MnrIceSi the Judgment
MermoBS, 300 Mexicans aBd a sprlnk- of the directors as to the value
. ., , , ., , thereof, shall, in the abeeece ot ac-
HBg of ether ciee-es. According to fU(J wlve.
CogacUman Day of that county, tho Article IV.
vote will he redaced fuHy 75 per cent! The time of; tW commencemcat. of
. ....... tble corporation shall he upon the
by the operation of this law. The. mng a certified copy of these
republican party of Apache county is articles with the auditor of the Ter
. , ..,. ritory of Arisona, and iu termlnatioa
principally compose of Mexicans, mux twenty-five vears thereafter.
are subscribed to thojoregolng Instru-j
Wont firifl aoaTi iftVnn'wiailfrA n. vrtA .
that ho executed tho same for the
purposes arid consideration therein
Given under my hand and official
seal tho Cth day of "March, 1909. 3Iy
commission expires September 10,
(Seal) J. M. CABELL,
- Notary Public
affairs of this
hence this law will without a doubt j
cant u cwiy ver w u - conducted by a hoard of
craU. I ether oosaUee, hewerer, it seven directors, to he elected by ibe
wtti tn v timt chst he .tamo. ockbeWerg at their annual meeting,
wm to some extent eseet tne demo- whlch ghgn heM oq first Mon.
cretlc vols. Bat ?se this' m it may it day ia "March ot each year. The of-
V a test lew asd wa bene to see It cr8 thte corporation shall be a
'e8P Mw aBa we w " preBdem, Tlce president, second
ngiuiy e&xoreee, tec tne eeips rau vice jpresident, secretary, treasurer.
where they laay.
at cut prices. Zonopljone 10-lnch
disc records never been tried or
played, 35c each, $4.20 per dozen.
Also complete stock of 2000 double
Columbia discs, 65c, making a sin
gle selection 32c for 10-Inch size.
All the Victor double records In
stock at 75c each. Complete line
of Victor, Columbia, Zonophone
and Edison Machines.
BISBEE MUSIC STORE
W. Muir, Prop.
QBCXJRITTT Security B
PAVINGS BANK Los Angeles
OLDEST AND LARGEST IN IN THE S0UTWEST
Capital and Reserve over $1,300,000.00
Resources, over - - - $20,000,000
Over 48,000 Depositors
4 nor ronf- Interest on Savings Accounts
JXCI LCI 1 1 And on Six Months' Certlncataa ef Deport
Deposits Received By Mail. Send For Booklet.
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ARTISTS' MATERIAL8 AND FRAMINQ.
Ve make a specialty of Developing, Printing a
EnlarQlng. Mall orders given prompt atUntlo
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H0WLAND & DEWEY CO.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
Try a Little Want Ad
i i i i
They Pay Both Ways
who shall be elected by the directors
from among themselves, immediately
after the election of such directors
The forest land in Nevada, South m "?r- person shall be eiigi-
ote as oirecfor usurae au t. a uviua
uaxota. uwiiorBia. rvew Mexico ana fide stockholder of the corporation.
Arisen preserved lo the -people by Sa directors and officers shall hold
l office for one year next ensuing their
one of the last official acts of Pros!-1 election, and until their successors
deat Boosevett aggregates 480,735 ' are elected and qeaMaed. The bo&ra
oi directors shall have power to fill
acres. Thle is a. forest domain larger vacancies occHrrlag on the board of
than Connecticut and Delaware com- proctors, or among the officers of
i the corporation.' The board of di
bbled. With these additions the to- rectors may also appoint such subor-
tal national forest area Is 193,013,950 ,aat o an?D,te ? tt, mf
deem neceaeary. The board of dl-
acres, equal to all Texas, the largest rectors shall have power to adopt
State I. thealon. plus Kentucky. It J SSS
would make,- seven States ae large as these articles or the laws of the lerrl-
Ohlo, Thai this forest empire has tc 2' fTfttLT ?
J " T,Je directors fo? the first yar and
been saved 'from the axe toposterity ua:i) the election of their successors
kt one of the flit aofckirHn-ji of " uxe nr3t "aB'"J aM"""B -K
one ot-lHe naest aoojevemenu ot .htMw art y Smith, D. T. Swat
statesmanship. Inns'. B. A. Tovrec J. 3. Cowan, "W.
B. Kelly, Georse Buxtoa and J. 3J.
SparSr. and the officers for tie first
-days -of the session about the-demo- v!co President Jt J, "Bowep; Seers-
si ace the Mry ueorfte uuxton; Treasurer a. x-
if i& I HJ '
7 I jmmmmmwms
t J tl "" T
WHO IS WHO?
A guarantee does not consist of what Is said, but to
WHO says it. There is some satisfaction in dealing with
reliable, responsible, permanently located seople.
Dicus Plumbing & Heating Co., ;Phone 268
oittT. aau iae omcera lor uie
The republicans indulged Ir a greet year asd utiUtheir successors
aount ef shouting during the early SSStSSSA
erats pkrying politics, hat
minority "right-abont faced" upon
nearly every question of Importance
The highest amount of Indebted
AM, ,. Ifil.lHt., tn nvhl.. flu nftTnnrfl.
that has been before the Jegtelature, tioa is at aay tiaM to eubjeet e!f
they realized tie aba-sraKy of their, s the sum, of Sixty-Sis Thoaan4 Dol
political contention and now thoy are
ac client as the graveyard on all po
litical matters. -
Chas. Pardon and W. P. McNair
have headed a stampedo in local re
publican circles for the Klbbey band
wagon. Purdon was- always an ftdeUr.
cr of the excellent stetehood worlc
performed by Kibboy In fah!ngton
during -tho post winter.
The prlvat-j nropety of the stock-
bolden; of this corporation is to be
(-acini t-om corporate dibU or lkt-
UUty ft sitt kind.
Ta witness whereof, we "bavo here
unto set our hands and seals this
.third day of March, one thousand
nine hundred' and sine
A. Y. SMTTIfc (SeaL)
ft. A. TOVnEA. (Seat)
J. J. BOWEN. (Seal.)
"W. B. KBLI.Y. (SeaL)
OEOItaB BUXTON, (Seat)
J. M. 8PARK3. (Seat)
Territory of Arizona. )
5TIMT lH, CCT. 1nM. 9. && HA.
March 11, 1909.
1 had to shovel snow this
morning. Wo nad an old
shovel out ' went to the
grocery and got a new shovel.
Mamma made me bring
home a basket full of other
things te eat-too,
I hey have tresh vegetables
and fruit as follows: Fresh
Tomatoes, Rhubarb, Lettuce,
Asparagus, Radishes, Sweet
Potatoes, Cabbage, Oranges,
P. S. I bought things so
cheap that Mamma gave me
three nickfes; That is because
I went to
Brewery Gulch. Pnom 17
ural address for "ttoso respoaslble
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Cochlso County. )
OF Before do, Georgo H. Xcale. a
COURTLAND VATER & ICE COM- notary public la and lor Cochlso
PANY. County, Territory of Arizona, porson-
TvNOW ALT, xrnv tit tttpits ally acsearcd E. A. Tovrea. J.' J
ior xno oxponaipire maae to carry fKESENTS. that we, tho nndorsign-
on the Government to be as econom- s,th' r A. Tovrea J. J.
Bowen, W. B. Kelly, George Buxton
leal a poseible and to nake the bur- and J. M. Sparks have associated our
don of taxation a light a possible." sejoa, and do hereby associate our-
selves for the purpose 'of forming a
After recent oirjrleee this is no corporation under tho laws of the
novel a dootria as to be a vkrieet '57 gllIJSnB ? do hereby
adopt the following aruclos of incor-depart-ireV
Pojjlla. eoBor U one poratlon.
1 Article I,
STAG CANON FUEL COMPANY
Dawson Coal and Coke
Unexcelled for Domestic Purpose
Ask Your Dealer For It.
General Sales Office E. P. A 6. W
(ROBT. NF.WCOMB) '
Work Called for &. Delivered.
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Copyright 1908 by
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