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rw-i-tfy . AT" $rs '" """ "J 4 THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1910. y 35g PAGE FOUR I M l: i 1 i THE BISBEE DJULY RBnEW AH the Kews That's Fit to Print." Published at Blsbee, Arizona, the bett mining city In the west, at the Review Building, Corner O. K. Street and Review Avenue. CONSOLIDATED PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY. GEO. H. KELLY ...President W. B. KELLY General Manager i PHONC (Business Offlce) 29 PHONU (Editorial Rooms) S8-2K SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN AD VANCE i ONE MONTH .75 (By Mall or Carrier). SIX MONTHS 4-50 ONE YEAR 9 ' One' Year's Subscription Paid In Advance 7.50 Address all Communications to THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Blsbee, Arizona Entered at the Blsbee. Arizona, postotflce tor transmission through the malls as second class matter. NOTICE. K reward or $5.00 mil no paid lor Information leading to the arrest and conviction of, the parties stealing Tko Renew from Subscribers. THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. ' - -- r --A , EDUCATION AND PROHIBITION. Under the liquor-license law 'of Ala bama recently regaled by. the legis lature; with a stringent prohibition law unacted In its place, the county of Mobile In uhlch is situated the city of the same name. dorived an i annual revenue, or about ?S0.0OO for the support of the public "schools. The prohibition law has left these schools with practically bo financial support; and while certain . strict moralists ma argue tint tkt schools were bet ter abolished entirely than to sur vive and thrive on the "tainted mono " of the ttqttor traffic, the wore ttfactlal among us will contend that tas mnpey fToai whatever aoarce oaee cowered Into the puMle treasury can not be taken out for a better purpose tbaa taw education of the young. The 'sjatf-IohitlUesists of Mobile count; atvelten most Impraedeal way. liftwew-. of snowing their reseat ment Itfiv actioa of the legislature In tstk- tac away thU MMto Hquor Us fund f nam . their tftgHo ortoote. X Vpalar eleettea oaa Just been heid tfcere aa? the ,taawefUon to tat- fcVeais "oae-taflV or M eemim per dollars, tax to imanudw the fmblfc senoota; the awtl-Prohiblttoa-3ts tonght the propoaftloa at the polls atalt woa by a very etoae margin. hawerT. their majority In the dty he iag only about roar haadred votes with) a aawUIer namber for the coua try at huge. They now propoae very RMterlally shortened terms for lite oowmy paenc scikhhb, uubbj iuwu , aatarlea for all Hie teachers and a general eatting down of all the ex penaes incideBtal to public educa xtmi. This means, of course, a pound ing of the Prohibitonlsts over tho backs of thousands of school children, the children or Prohibitionists and of the "antis" as well for it robs them in part of their .right to the best ed ucational privileges that the county can afford, and it therefore ifromlses vicious results la the future:" The1 plain'-pnrpose of the, "antis" is to de popularize pVohlbltion in -Alabama, bj njaklnV.U-'nppear that the new law strikes something Yery like a death blow 'at )opuiar education. A far beler way to depopularlze the thing'' would be to increase the facili ties for public education. .For only by thorough education alone can the rising generation come to -understand.- ' the political Impracticability cf pro hibition, its utter impossibility as a legal and an economic proposition and - the fact that it yearly makes arrant hypocrites of myriads of otherwise good and sensible men and women. Editorial from the Xew YorU Com mercial, June ". 1908. THE PER5lf.::rfON . AND ITS PUCKER.; The Department of Agriculture is credited with attempUng same slights of-hand of the Luther Burbant order with the persimmon. The main object of the department's Juggle Is to pro duce a puckerloss persimmon. When produced It probably will bo liko tho old farmer's description of Mr. Bar banka wonderfcorry. "mighty fine to Icok &'. tut-not fit to eat," js a debatable question whothcr Optimism is Turning the Scales a persimmon with the pucber oilaiiii ated would bo a iicrslmmon at all. The familiar persimmon of the old fields, as eerjonc knows who lias hunted It on Its native heath, only att tains perfection when It has twee nip ped by frost and sweeteneu by the' ras of the sun. Eaten before it has boon so perfected by the elements It Is acrid and astrlngost, but wneii the frost and sun hato done their work it is saccharine and dojiplous. Capt John Smith had discovered thft faethnostt aaaat ineronsa. when he wrote of the putchacaia'.ia his HIstor'yor' yirilnfa.- -It fTrtt greene. then yellow, and red vrien It is rlllSiJ It be. not ripe It wllljlraw-j a man's raoalh awry with ranch tor ment but when it Is ripe It Is aa de licious as an apricot. The old-time poratmsnou' of tne Kentucky blNs la good enough fieri people and peeauma. Ko eos&Je man wsawto eat a sreea portlmawa arid o foottoh sma couM aa. oj If he tHi1. Tt ! bU fl v.tlmr af IraA-k-l. edge and Judgment. The pucker "comes out In the wash.' The er laitaoa 1 never la aay harry about getting rtpe. It waKa patiently aad pnekery for the proper coaiHnaUoa I of rain aad wind aad son and troat bich shall bring I', to maturity aad drrve oat the backer. By stow eie- eatal processes ft attains perfection aad perfection when applied to s peraimatea mesas a whale lot. - The worthy opfentiata of the Agri cultural Department may succeed is biveaUag some sort of a paoado-per-slnuron which win aaawer coauBfr dal parpoaes la localities where peo ple are unfamiliar with the genuine article. They will, never be able to improve on the Kentucky variety as nature made It. They will saoner turn I gourds into watermelons and cactus Into caeurabera. They might aa aea- ajbly undertake to eliminate the toxic Juices of the green apple aa te de prive the persimmon of its pucker. THE YEAR'S RAIL- ROAD RECORD. In the United States we no longer build 12,000 miles of railroad in a sin gle year. That was the record of twenty ears ago. During the jcar just parsed tho total added to our railroad's was J7i8miies, or less "than ' one-third of the record. But this wai tit miles'- more than- tho'-year1 before. For eight ..jears railroad construc tion has been- (it the minimum point all through the United States. Six years ago the total new mileage was 3S52, and in 1805, 438S mile's. In 190S construction ro3o to a total of 3C22 and in 1907 fell back to 4212. Thus 1S08 stands atithe bottom of the list, with 3214, says the Times. The main Influence checking, the building of new railroads is the fact that the country Is pretty well grid ironed already. Trunk lines will not figure generally In the railroad build ing for a long time to come. Wo shall have to go on building feeders all the time. The West got most of the build ing last .year, and will in coming years. But undoubtedly the rabid agita tion against railroads prevailing for the last throe or four years bad a deterrent effect on expansion. In some states, such as Oklahoma and Texas, tho warfare against the roads has teen so unrcsonable that it would be 3 reckless railroad builder vho would extend his lines la these states In tho face, of snob popular op position. ,pl But for all this railroads mairf go on Hpendlng acoai as much money on their old lines a they used to spend In building new outs. The trunk lines wh cli are not double tracked must be double-tracked, and those with two tracks will have to provide four. Tiro block system must bo installed very generally through-' out the United States It wo are to keep down the casualties. If tho building of new mileage is jchecked tho .supplying of new equlp- It mmi that during tho laat'yoar tbcf .block SysteHt was installed apon 3776 miles of new "road, bringing that installment up to about 76.000 miles oat of the JSO.aoO mites In the country. There were built 4514 ptsoeoger ears and 189.-W freight cars doriaa, the year. Tfee return of proapority appears! the flgares showing then wm speat on aew eewUiaaiBt dwriag the year a Itaj of -90,')9,0flo. or abont 10 per (cent Increase over the previous year. I SAEATH AKD HIS, COWRY TAX. u.fe or swim, live jr dhe. aurive or perlib. ReprVaentaUte Sabath of tlttaeb gives -hia haad' aad his vote far a&coa tow-k. - WW f Uwt years ego was lost la tie aksffla of the cctEUKUtecsrooca. Saver mtad! He to coaiiog haatt wjiS" aaa.aer one. irottdad. The former necMrc voald hlrvo UOC a$tr tb' dowry ojtward fcoaad with aa lalem-tthjnal n-arri age. The aew Uea la to hit with a rebounding duty on every fsrtnae of $!00.O0: c- racit eviag with a bride, whether for doaeeatir reatatraUoa or for ekportatloa The Sabath workiag liriacipte ap peara to lie In the aaaaatetioH that lortuae-bantias is a crime, or at least a mtodemeanor. As the offense is naturally greater when tho money Is taken oat of the country, the export duty on dowries should be larger tnan the tax on dpt that are kept at homo Thoro will te persons to argje that Mr. Ssbath's measure would put a burden on marriage, and wo-ild l-e therefore, contrary to the public in terest. The Cook County Solon's an rwer Is obvious. A fellow wha mar ties a girl for love will laugh at a 1owry tax, while one who would mar ry for 5100.000 alone Is likely to be a auch straits as not to taiao a 1 pt- cent, imposition ,; on ttio-weadlag siaKes,- -u. -w ".Tnclp Joe should remember tbtj Sn 'a'th UII to keep It sl've, JonK enougD at least for decile. 'It vould-add Jm mensely tc the slonal- itceord. ayoiy of the Congro The price of copper is ahawlng a steady gain and. is now abova lSJSn. AiJother cent added to. the present price twould start many new develop ment propositions In this section o' the country. .Postmaster General Hitchcock may carry out his announced Intention to prevent cows from being franked, but neither (he angels In heaven, nor the I demons down under the sea. can pre jvent raw recruits in Congress from franking their bulls back to the dli trlct in the Congressional Record. A Swiss Immigrant oa a French liner threw 1,030 francs oicrboard be fore attemplog suicide, feeling that he did not need the money. v Is still aiivc, Lut tne world could spare a man who preferred to throw away hltr mone-j when he might have given "t to a fellow passenger. It 1 real kind of tho republican press of the county to select the names of democrats and propose them for delegates to the constltatle.iB,! convention. However, as the dele- Isstca to the constitutional convention will be chosen by a primary election direct vote of tho nosple. aay suggestion of the republican iirecs will not bo Hading on the democra-s The war between thV repablicia standpatters a fid" the inaarsents cni to have ossevred the Ariaoja tateaeoU blli for- re iirfteeat: Tt Is to be hoped that Delegate Cameroa will be ablo to keep on the, battered side of the statehood bread. OSTRiCH FARMER IS VISITOR IN BISBEE i .. ..- VERNON CLARKE OF PHOENIX HAS MADE SUCCESS OF THE BUS IK ESC. Veracn 1 Clark, of tether of oatrlah Unoias' hoa: ywsemay U M erfy .cm Z rr-JSLJ. Z -7,1 hich te la latajwfcX 8liVb evening foi bis hoiue. The PhoeaU QaJr!h farm now na-s no:e than 459 fh-ds. acb o.' wh.eb prOdea nhuaea each year. The i daMtty. whie'j forr. time struggled fo. s bare cvlstence. haa now become highly rrtih table to the I ackers cf tbe enterar:e. cf whkh M.-. f!;.-k is th; prvaldeat. V. hlle tbe Pbocji'i far.a is the larg est '.n the United S' ;s, e oveu otii ers have been establUacJ ia this ter il oiy within the but few yearn. Thf latest !s at Yuma where a compaur wes recent'y raanixed for the ex-;.lc- ictfcm oi the gtaat birds. The cllBUte of tbe west central and 1-Mjthern peril jn.? c 'Aiiojia ire capitally aulted to Ostrich cu'tare and the industry In each jettr prov ing more pr-fitable to its backers. BAD lATie HAS INTERRUPTED TRAOE BUT YEAR BEGINS WITH GREAT FEELING OF OPTIMISM OK ALL SIDES. (i:y AfcKCcIat-jd I'it-ss.! "XEW YORKIarr. T.-iRratUtreefs will say. "The year oimns with a per ceptible lull in trsde though with optimism an underlying element in ail Hoes. Severe cold weather and heavy snow e'eet oe rain Istotins hare cbekrl transiK)-. tatlon and retarded the coun try trade, though moie or less Im mediate benoflt to the retail trade of dtlea accrued from tho stimulus given by the demand for, seasonable o:ds. Wholesale lines have 'benn. generally pj'et as the ta esmca apt yet fully lu their fields of activity. Dunn wl'.l say: Xot In half a ito cadej has a ezr nncl with " tic bus'neas outlook to genera'ly ausp! fiouK as In 1910. Some of the per I'lex'ng Jssues tbst contriliulrd to. the crises of 1907 still irmafn unsolved white the iuestion"or h'gh pKces5 ha boctme mow acute; but it wonld seem as If business confidences wer not going to perxa't thete tbmgs to Intcifarc with fnrther progress of ln dustrj and commerce, o FATAL OCEAN COLLISION. (I5y Associated r-ws.1 YICTOHIA. Jan. 7 Following a col lision w't'i the coasting steamer Kin- ryn Maru. in tho Tsurcga Stra- s. Dcr I 1C, tho Japanese dostro7c- Inaiui .. I which d'st'nsuttfccd Itself dui.ac ft ! wr "v"li U'lsa'c, lost twj offices drowned. PIHGHOT GOES OUT Of OFFICE CoutiniU'a from I'age One j of tb house declare fie contro7er.v I and summary flctiin of the prostata. wilt nuruii: lead to many hard words in cougreeu and much bitterness liirougiuut the country. They shj. however that the president cou'd noi aot with dignity. aavo taken any other course. a Pinchot had "ueflcl 1 1 lightening." there was nothtpg otherwise for tho lightning to doT Political observers in Washington decjare the 'trltultion -created ,by to day's developments are the most tense for many years. The outcome none Is willing to prophecy. "In "tho" house of representatives Cannon has lobt the flm fight wish the lnsurgfonts who, combining with the Democrats, caused to be adopted an amendment to the Uallinger-Pin-chot Inquiry so as to take from the shaker, the power to appoint tho house membors of the Joint special committee of Investigation. The vic tory was a narow one threo votes. but the insurgents and Democrats alike are Jubilant. The dismissal of Pinchot has lent fuel to the flame of the celebration and they are ventur ing msu predictions as to what will hapjwu. Three Republicans, not class ed as Insurgents, but who profe friendship for Pinchot, voted with the Insurgents, and Democrats lot- adop tion of Ihe amendment, which ea'li for the selection of the house Inveb, patlou committee by election from the floor. AT LAST! SHE'S FRIZ; HER WAGON LIGHTER AFTER DEFYING ARCTIC WAVE FOR DAYS, THE REVIEW FAU CET SUCCUMBS. , "At laat the time has came-: Dm ain't bo water in dat faweet!" tragic ally remarked, or rather exploded, the Itevlew davit test evening aftur at tempting for Ave Minutes to extract the dridrod Mtld' from the office fau cet in order that he might beautify himself by spreading the printer's Ink iron) two streaks all over bis face. This proved to be true. The ed ltoi. a strictl) temperate man. when thirsty was forced to hie himself u the nearest boosorinm and take one cf the latest thing In mixed drinks. The reporter were also there. The mechanical foice, being also white rlbbonera. be:d out as long as ataafMc, then raa for the nearest j -& wtan. AH iMa altar aaml- whwrh aqua para ont of tne rroren pipe to wash the left ear of a jay Mr J. Xoniog doing: She's friz! SMUOQLERC FINED. (By Associated Press.) XEW YORK. Jan. 7 Mark K. Wl er and Katherln Schwartx, who cot: . uc: i- dtess.naaing estabilnhnient in Ch cage under tbe name of Mme Whitney. v.-era charged with "sleep er lmnk' iMiaKsui. in tile circuit court here today aitd - were fined $740. Each one eutering a ilea of Stnty. SLEET BRINGS DEATH. (By Associated Press.) PHII-AI)KI.PHIA. Jan. 7. A sleet and rain storm which lasted for fory elght hsura in this city is indirectly responsible for four iatalites and the rerious Injury of scores of iersons. Four men me? death, two being elec trocuted by crossed wires, one dying from exposure, and the fourth, a crakeman. slipped from an ice cov-r-J height car. . -SJ ThcS-wigert Bros. Optical Co. uuuii niinin aracAis kfJ emij tt U mmt- - --rr''l Tnf cno v vown bmohcn txnscs TO at t.MKft,fr fttfWCATC NEXT Tnip. etw" fflSdl WAIT FOR Ud. dflb. 1VVW WJMi'wS PkoJM" Arthur Brisbane says, "Reputation is Rep etition." The good qualities of your product will be made known to their friends by satis fied users. Rather slow work, though, when advertis ing in Daiiy Newspapers will tell everybody in a day. Your ctory repeated thousands of times in r few hours at a lower cost than any other method. Daily Newspaper repetition will make your reputation. Ask an j' general advertising agent or the publisher of this paper for suggestions. ORPNEUM M. M. KING, Manager Commencing Wednesday Night Dunlap and Brady Presenting The American Musi cal Comedy Company "The Harvard Professors" Singers, Dancers, Comedians and "That Beauty Chorus" Two Shows Nightly Prices JO, 15 and 25c Curtains 7:30 & 8:30 SIIR AND ADAMS DISCLAIM POLITICS ARIZONA MEN SAY THEY ARE IN WASHINGTON ON PRIVATE BUSINESS TRIP. ' (Exclusive DlBpatcli.) AVASHI.NGTON, Jan. 7. Hoval A Smith, chairman of the Republican ter'torial committee for Arizona, ami ex-Mayor Adams of Phoenix are in this city. While both men htate thit their presence in the capital means nothing. It Is sa!d that Adams is after the Phoenix postmasterehlp and that samti te hare to urge bis a; potntmeat. Hach declares however, that h's presence has no iolttcal significance. Among other Arlzonans here are J C. A. Jones of Phoenix, who is stop ping at the Willard hotel. Col. Cleve W. Van Dyke, formerly or Blsbee. bu: now living at Globe and F I. E Hott. of tbe same place are here for th-" purpose of presenting arguments i'i I aver of the forestry uerice throw lag open certain lauds located upon the Katioital forest reserve at Globe. JAPANESE A5SISTE0 i GROSSING BORDER TOKIO NEV3PAPER CHARGES THAT COMPANY IS REGULARLY ENGAGED IN WORK. VICTORIA. Jan. 7 Charges against' : the Janes emigration company of ! assisting Japanese immigrants ! ; Mexico to cross the border Into th i I'nited tSates are made by the Ohuo Shlmbun. of Toklo. The ("hno savs tho Continental E.nlgratIon com-HtKy made a regular buslneas of diverting emigrants to the I'nited States and when the Japanese hae taken td vantage of the comimnv's proposals, a fl,r. ii honn tovtAfl nn ttinm nnrf de ducted from the bonds' glvon as their securities. The bonds have been revealed b .he (finding of a telegram ito the company's agents in Mexico directing that assistance be given to Japanese sent there to reach the United States. a - BLOCKADE LIFTED. mvrTR Jan 7 Th snow-tlockadf t at Grey Cliff, near nig Timber, which has stalled Northern Pacifictralfic since Tuesday. K reixnea clear toaay ; and de'ayed trains are being rushed , through. Fresh Groccrie c o Vegetables .53 Imported., a and Domestic Wines and Liquor ' t i I j i j j Bisbee Commerdal Company Brewery Gulch. Phone 97. OPPOSITE ORPHE'UM. ' ' , : that .useres ooisey to That's All ARIZONA INS. AGENCY T. A. Hughes . Manager Bank of Blsbee Bulldlp.j. CLARENCE E. Krinbill TEACHER OFiPIAHb. , ! Director: Llebllng Piano Club. StudhgNoJI.-Alta Visits. School HR, j . Phone 412J ( Have Your Pi:tures Made at the Broadway Studio, J. A. Taylor. Prop. Cor Ilroadwa-v Avrj. ..nd Hrewery Gulch. I Bisbee Suit Club and Cleaning Works. Pressing Club. Four Suits Pressad per month, $2X0. First $1.00 paid In Suit Club may win a 4O00 suit of clothes made to order. Cleaning, Dyeing, Repairing. Upper Main Street, next to Palace Undertaking Parlors. .Phone 305. L. L. Stewart. KODAKS Photo Supplier, Wholesale and Retail. Develop ing, Printing, En larglng. Pottaj paid both ways on Kodak worc H0WLAND & DEWEf CO., 510 So. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.. Insurance V ,y r " J '" t . -J 1 "JCT3T'