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THE BfSBEt- DAILY BEVIEW, B1SBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1911.
THE B1SBEE DAILY REVIEW
All tht New That' Fit to Print"
stared ai lecond class matter at
us rottoQce at Blsbee, Arizona, un
tar Act or March. 3, 1S79.
Published at Blcbee, Arizona, th
rt mining city in the west, at the
tsvlewf Bulkllng, corner O. K. Street
and Review Avenue.
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THE 8ISBEE DAILY REVIEW
AN IMPORTANT MATTER
TOR SOBER THOUGHT.
According, to reports, the city
council now has an opportunity to
secure for the property owners of
Ittsbco a substantial reduction in
the-rate of insurance, which has I
always been moxmously high, bo
cause of "the crowded conditions in j
nearly every section of the city.
To pffeel this savinc. amounting '
to an estimated aggregate of from
U2.000 to $15,000 annually, it -will
be necessary for the -city to rrovido
an additional and more dependable
supply of water for fire protection
than Is at present available. The
board of Are underwriters bavcsuo-
raitted a definite proposition to
Mayor Bdmundson specifying tho
proposed reduction in Insuranco
rates, to go into effect whenever the
city arranges for an additional
source and supply of water, to be
available at all times, amounting to
10O0 gallons per minute.
Mayor Edmundson and tho city
council havo taken up tlie matter
of this required additional water
supply with the BJsbeo-Naeo Water
company and a discussion of possi-
bilit.es .ill no doubt occur soeB be-'
tween tho representative of tho wntr
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company ami w. cii, council. w -. ,
committee of the council.
It may be assumed now that the
water company will. In this confer
ence, make a request that in con
sideration of a low rate for the
needed wator supply that the com
pany bo gives a franchise for the
operation of their enterprise in the
city, but before considering such a
proposition the council should in
eist on a lower water rate for the f
individual water consumers in the
UyJ If the city can sccuro a lowor j
rate for -water consumers, under the'
exisung conditions aucn a irancniso
would meet the Approval of tho
The Review fully realizes? that peo
ple generally look wib suspicion on
public utility franchises and they
are right in doing so, but if the'
city council can secure adequate
compensation to the people in lower
insurance and cheaper water rates
for such a franchise concession it
so doubt would have the public ap
proval, provided tho franchise bo
properly safeguardd In the inter
est of the people.
Jt Is well known that tho city of
Blsbee is now 1b a strained financial
condition, with, taxes at the oxtrone
limit ?2 on the one hundred dol
lars valuation. Uader this condition
tho city new is not In a condition to
!., v- fa fa-f nwnnrf bv th.
either buy the plant owned by the
Bisbeo-Naco Water comfany or to ad there will not be the same llbor- number of Tempo Normal graduates
m.M! nnn nf awn but conditions ! altT ln approwlatlons that has " tho city, who will be Interested
Install one of its own. bHt conditions pagsnKe of apPropr,aHon In tho commencement exorcise. Fut-
may change la DtsBco within tho measures durine the last few years, f lowing Is the prpram of tha cxer-
To-ar -Mam -with the hoflo for- Jt 's a fact that the appropriation , olses:
next few yaars. Win tae noao Ior , g0S ,hroiI1?h the j,onstiracTjc,ny. I May 28, Closing oxorelses o? train-
better times ln the future the Re-1 prepared by its committee. Tho 'K school.
view woaW ag(w that the city bobsc seldom adds anything and if e 2, Junior reception.
I Increases are made tbev are gener- ! Juno A, Baccalaureaya address Rt.
council shoald rtxrmre a provision ay wt 0 , tho Eenato Tho, dem. Rev j. w. Atwood.
to be inserted in any proposed water ocratic house however, will not bo June' 5, Alumni Day, reception and
.... It .v, averse to cutting out items here banqucL
franchise reserving to the city tne and lhero ,f u leavca 80mcthing ja ( june C, Senior class nlghL
right to boy tlio franchiscd system', tho treasury, so the Holman rule June 5, Commencement address
, , , . ' will bo greeted with a great hnrrali , Dr. A. IL Wilde, president of the Unl.
at intervals, of say fivo years, at f when ,f bgIng t(j Tflrfc Ters,ty of ATix6
an appraisement price to bo deter-i .
mmed by a beard composed of a I pJSJ'"! -W,LL PRESS POPULAR
representative or the city, a repre-. Fairmont is entertaining the fortv . ELECTION OF SENATORS
rimtitivA of tho water company and sond annual convention of the I
tentative or wo uii.r i -churches of Christ in Wt VinrrnUirl "WASHINGTON, May 24. Senator
and third, if necessary to an agree- .j conveirtio nwas formally opened Bonrh of Idaho, author of the reso
. . w rhoeen by the first two., today and will remain In session lutlon providing for direct election
anent, to bv cmu .over Sunday. of senators, which is now the unfln-
la. Arizona no exclusive irancmse;
ianted. bo that tho city or
tarred from dealing at any time for
cheaper water at any time it was
available, either by municipal owner
ship or otherwise.
Here la a proposition worthy ot
tho sober thought of tho people ot
E 0L0 RULE
(Continued from Pago 1.)
Ilolman of Indiana, then a member
And later chairman of tho appropria
tions committee, devised thla scheme
for reducing tho government' an
When tho Ilolman rulo was first
invoked in 1876 tho annual appro
priations of tho government, becauso
of its adoption, fell off $30,000,000.
That was a tremendous cut In those
days, before a billion dollar congress
was heard of, and when tho annual
expenses of the government were
hardly -half what they aro today.
Tho democrats used tho Holman
rule through tho JUtb; 45th, 46th.
47th and 48th congresses. It was not i
used in tho 49th congress, but -was
again restored in tho 52cr and 53rd
j -congresses, wnen zno ropuMicans.juscd to secure tno election of wii-
o mto power in tho 5Uh con-
gress, they throw tho Ilolman rulo
jnt0 tho discard, and decided that
hereafter no legislation should bo
founrt in an appropriation measure,
Consequently, if an office, a salary. ,
or a bureau were onco established,
it couia not do legisiatea out or ex
istence when the . appropriations
committee came to appropriate for
tho next year's exenses. One friend
in tho hous ot such an office or
bureau was. sufficient to retain .it.
through tho simple expedient of maK
ing a point of order.
For sixteen years too republicans
have held 'that legislation must bo
setnilo and Klintlnct from apffo-
' i pnations.
Will Cut Them Down.
"When the democrats came Into
power in tho house at the convening
of this extra session, ono of the
first policies decided upon was that
there should bo reduction all along
the lino in tho way of tho govern
Tho democrats recalled that Sen
ator Aldrich, in an unguarded mo
ment, once said that this government
could save $300,000,000 per year by
an economical administration ot its
affairs. This to the democrats was
f ria nllA iriat horA nrtetnJ rwn mtitnp
jof n mA S.Q ,n 'the
j government departments, and tho
-g ? Xalion! 8Ct
Tho Ilolman rule was thought of
' hs- members of the flmwotvri.it Ions
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old rule was looked up. and. despite
its sixteen years vacation, It aopeor-
od Just as vigorous and effective as
ever. When tho rules of tho new
hose were drawn, a proviso was in
serted that legislation -may be in
ordor In an appronrlatlon bill, if
such legislation will subtract any-
tning trom Undo Sam s expenses.
in Kuies ot tne House.
Tho democratic caucus swallowed
'Jthe rule gteefully'and it was read
into the permanent rules of tho
? .""i ! wwoprlatlon committee
today Is therefore clothed with, the
power to prune salaries anywhere
thev wero needed and to abolish any
sinecures which It may find In pour-
TjB OVcr the estimates or tierprt
moTifl expenses sent in by the cab!
net officers. -
Without tho Holman rule, the abo-
lltion of a buroau or some recocniz-
el branch of the government service
rnuel of necessity be aeronmllsbed
by a bill, introduced la regular or-
der, and yolng through the leclsla -
tivo channels In the hoso. Under
the Holman rule, no bill is nccos-
sary and all that the apnronriatlons
committee needs to do is to order
that an aopropriation for somn par -
tienlar thine sha'l be discontinued,
Tho possibility of sych summary ac-
Uon bs cnueod many holders of fit
jobs, who have long been upon the
payroll of Uncle Sam, to grow un-
easy. It means that thev. or their
immediate superiors at the head of
tno department, must make out a
case before the arwrowlstlons com
mittee and must show that tho po
sition is not in reality a sinecure.
Can Save S300 0C0.0C0.
If the democrats live up to their
promises and go out for an economy
record and for tho eavlng of that
ahont hv the
loH'-thue leader of tho United States
Suffering from appendicitis. James
S.iHall was taken to the Copper Quee"
Urged His Election in Order
to Protect Infant Indus
tries, Declares Sen
TWICE $100,000 USED .
4 ' TO PURCHASE- SEA!
Wisconsin 'Senator Quotes
from Lumbar Man's Tes
timony arid Urges Sen
ate to Reopen Probe
WASHINGTON, May 24. Instead"
'of the 4100,000 alleged to havevbeen
11am Lrimer of Jlllnbjs to' the
United States senate, more than
twico that sum will be disclosed,
Senator LaFolletto told his cbl-
leagues today, if tho senate reopens
the inquiry as to Liorlmer'a right
to hold . office.
LaFolletto declared that- Taffa
name had been used lu Lorimer'a
behalf, and reiterated that Lorimer
had personal cognizanco of the use
of money. .
For Taft and-'Aldrich
LaFolletto quoted from tho testi-.
mony . of Edward nines, a Chicago
lumber man, before the Lorimer in
vestigating committeo ot the Illinois
legislature regarding nines' inter
view with United States Senators
Aldrich and Penrose, in which Hines
said Aldrich Tepeatedly impressed
upon him the importance of Lorl
mer's election and told mm tnat
Taft was especially concerned In Lor
Conspicuous at Capitol
Discussing nines' activity in tho
Lorimer campaign, -which was ac
counted for on tho ground that Lor
imer would favor the duty tjn lum
ber, LaFolletto said that during the
last Lorimer investigation by the
senato Hines -was much in evidence
about tho capltol at Washington.
Evidently referring to tho elec
tion of Senator Stephenson of Wis
consin, though not mentioning his
name, LaFollette said:
In Wisconsin Also
"In another senatorial campaign
m Wisconsin, nis (iiincsj nenenmen
in "Wisconsin, his (Hines') henchmen
notoriously active for the sue
i.lSKf.i mnnhlntp. and nis nrmci-
I - - - . .
pal agent has not dared to remain
within tho borders of tno state.'
He referred to tho inferenco by
Judge Pettit of Chicago in tho in
vestigation of tho accounts of B. E.
Tllden, whom be characterized as a
LaFolletto will loso his speech
tomorrow by outlining ills reasons
; f0r favoring n. special committee to
conduct the proposed inquiry.
ANDREW CARNEGIE 15
WASHINGTON. May 24. Andrew
.-,,.. mrnstlmitlmr committee that
ll0 ls fining to appear before it and
y no subpoena or legal doenmont
: is n6cessarv to insure his prosnco
1 jn Washington when desired. The
committee has not fixed a date for
Tho special committee will meet
today to discuss tho various
jpianB for the inquiry, ana sec
rotary Nagel and Attorney General
Wlckersham are expected to attend
the meeting. The committee wants
the report of Herbert Knax SmlU,
commissioner of corporation, on tho
1 United States Steel corporation and
the records of the department of
Justice In its investigation.
TEMPE NORMAL SCHOOL
Invitations to tho twenty-fourtn
annual commencement of the Toaipe
Normal school of Arizona have teen
received in Bisbee. There are a large
,flhcd business of the senate, an-.
nounced today that after aday or
two he would press consideration" of.
w hist m .
MEDDLING WITH Bill
WASHINGTON, May 24.-ln a
talk with Secrctary Knox ' and
Chairman' Penrose "of tho eenato
finatico committee. President Taft4
tonight explained that ho was un
alterably opposed to ' any amend
ment of tho Canadian reciprocity
bill. The president took, tho 'posi
tion that amondments might endan
ger tho passage of tho measure.
Pcnroso said ho hoped to see the
bill pass without amendments.
LAST HANGING IN KENTUCKY
FItANKFORT. Ky May 28. Tho
execution of lloger Warren hero to
morrow will probably bo the last
legal hanging in Kentucky, as the
law now requires all men condemned
to death to be electrocuted, provided
tho crime is committed after- tho. ele1
trocution law came,, into effect. Way
rcn is a negro convict Bent up from
Jpfferson county. After his arrival
at the stato penitentiary bo klllod
unother negro convict, tho crime
bolng. committed just before the elec
trscution law wont into effect.
(A certain amount of .sleep Is a
physiological necessity. Dr. lames
- i . '.
Thn 111 example ot tthc lark
Is -not for human foll'owFug.
For, When there's less of dawn than
darlr, ,, -
Tho Httlo brute is halloaing.
The shrill and penterating sound
Awakening neighbors all around.
How .foolish is the- early worm.
The earliest in particular!
There's naught in me, I can affirm,
That you would term vernacular;
I do not hurry to my-jdeath . .
To catch 'the morning's earliest
You doubtless like your limbs and
You'd not have tho pains acuto in
A wish tho riser disappoints.
Who's almost prematurlal:
I vot tho wise will always chooso
Avoidance of tho morning dews.
How great a sin Is worldliness!
We, each one, havo a touch ot it.
And for the world,-1 must confess
We think and see too much of it:
Pray, therefore, have, my brother
Your shaving water brought at ten.
Pall Mall Gazette
CALIFORNIA and Return
via Southern Pacific
Tickets on SALE Daily, May 1st to September 30th
RETURN LIMIT, NOVEMBER 30th
Long Beach, Los Angeles, San Pedro
Santa Monica, Venice, Ocean Park
Lake Tahoe and Glenbrook
Del Monte,' Monterey and Pacific Grove
San Francisco 50.00
Avalon and Newport Beach
Sah Diego and Santa Barbara
Ocean'o and Pizmo
Portland, Oregon, Tacoma and
On Sale Daily, Beginning June 1st to September 30th. Return Limit, Oct
31st. Unlimited Stopovers Going and Returning
FOUR TRAINS DAILY NO SMOKE, NO DUST, NO CINDERS
' '. - - . DINING CARS ON ALL TRAINS
For Further D'etails Write
E. L. WITTY, Agent ., , E. W.
. .benson . . ;:w
HS A I
(Continued from Page l.j
tltl'Ai hrl ffrait AAmmttnlMillAn tint'n f
Turns Down Suggestion
Jorge Vera Hstanol, acting minis
ter of gobcrnaclon (interior admin
istration) at Mexico City, suggested
in a telegram to Aiauero toaa tnat
tho ex-revolutionists' forces placo
themselves under orders of tho fed
eration government in fighting ban
dits and robbers, but Madero re
plied that such courso would be lm-
J practicable until ho arrived In Mex
ico City and could give tho neces
sary orders. .
The revolutionist leaders are In
clincd to co slow about falling into
lino -with, the federal government
until Senor do la Ilarra isin power
and Madero is in Mexico City with
him, though the resignation of Diaz
and Corral is expected tomorrow, ac
cording to another official announce
ment. Federal officers captured in
tho battle of Juarez wcro informed
today that until President Diaz re
signed they would not be liber
ated. " Z TTZ.
MRS. CHAMBERS DIES
SAN FRANCISCO, May 21. Mf .
lidward Chambers', wifeojthe freight
traffic agent of tho Santa Fo rail
road, died suddenly at her home at
3340 Washington street Sho was
55 years old. Death was caused by
an operation which was performed a
few days ago from which no serious
consequences had been expected.
Mrs. Chambers was well known
In club circles and was prominent
in charity work. Sho had lived In
Ssn Francisco eight years, li&ving
come hero from.-,-Los Angeles. Before
ber marriage she was Miss Marion
FIRE STARTED BY THE
HOT RAYS OF THE SUN
SANTA -ANA, Calif.. May 21. A
tiro of myterlous origin in the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred King. 783 Cy
press avenue, threatened the life
of a 1-year-old baby daughter ot
the Kings as she was quietly sleep
ing in a bed room remote from s -
shed in- the rear of tho house, wheraillrc If possible. Ailed by a neighbon
her mother was washing. tng woman, Mrs. Wagner, and a man
Mrs. King heard tho child scream-1 who was passing by, she succeeded
Ing and ran into the house, where I in putting tho firo out beforo the
tho found the bed on which the! firemen arrhed.
child was lying aflame, the wall
paper on the celling, blazing ana
smoko filling the room. Snatching
the child from tho bed, she carried it
Fares from- Benson
at all points going and returning west of Colton.
SHASTA ROUTE v
From Benson to
BIG CROWD EXPECTS
TO LEAVE FOR SALT 1
LAKE CITY HAY 31
EXCURSION MAKES GOOD IM
PRESSION. WITH BISBEE.
. . PEOPLE
Don't forget tho date of tho Hoff
man Bros. Loan and Trust Co. ex
cursion to Salt Lake City, May 3L
Several of Bisbee's leading people
intend making the trip. Wo hava
convinced them that money can bo
saved by going with us at this date.
They intend visiting acme point m
California on tho return trip, aa
their tickets read 60 dlrys from date
of sale. Just stop and think that
It takes S31.SO round ' trln to Los
Angeles now and one can go up
to Salt Lake City for 311.05 round
trip, with the Hoffman Bros. Loan
and Trust company - excursion. Ar
rangements havo been mado by the
company at Salt Laka to entertain
a large crowd. They intend making
the people's visit in Salt Lako Just
as pleasant as possible. Automo
biles will bo at their disposal dur-
lnS their stay and each one can
"Euro on a pleasant trip, also a
(Salt Lake City and the Hoffman
j Bros. Loan and Trust company are
affording to tho, public at large. This
excursion is open to everybody. Don't
tie under the impression that one
must buy property to take advan
tage of this rate. Wo nro convinced
that you will bo favorably impressed
with Salt Lake City and that you
can sec tho propositions tho- firm of
Hoffman Bros. Loan and Trust com
pany arc presenting in their various
plats and subdivisions and aro
strictly high class, gilt edgo- invest
ments. I -ii r. a. j. iYi5&c4i)urs, aisinci man
jager of the' above firm, with offices
(In the Johnson hotel, will bo pleased
jto answer all Questions regarding
ltlia axrtirslon. Klndlr Ken him bv
'Saturday, May 37. for sleeper reser-
vation. Tne rato win be 4i.Su round
trip from Benson, Ariz, "via Colton.
Cal. The date Wednesday May 31.
out of doors and finding that it was
unharmed, placed it on a ncarbr cot
land hurried back to extinguish tho
j it is believed that tho sun's rays
I passing through tho window panes
j set fire to an oiled curtain hanging
beforo the window.
CLAPP, A. G. Pa.
DR. C. M. HORN "
301-24 Pantages Theater Bldg.
"NEVER HURT A BIT"
. I can't do anything for you at
long range. You must bellevo mo
when I say I won't hurt yon, at
least to thd point whero you will
como and talk it over with me.
I am very much in earnest, and
every day adds to my belief that
fear ot tho dentist is keeping
thousands at homo Vho should
havo gone to him yeara, ago.
WhataTO you worrying- about 'i
. You .can read and yp know
what I mean when I aay .
"I NEVER HURT A BIT
You will notico that I don't
qualify tho statement and ad any
u . or -ana." ,
- It Is. a positive statetaemt. and'
thousands can verify it; but it
YOU won't como and say, "Prove
it. Dr. Horn," what can I do?
. Wo are all good natured la.
thesa pleasant, sunshiny odces.
You don't hear any gronas oi
meet any grouches here.
"Away with dull care." says
Shakespeare (or was It Ooorgo'
Como ln and meet mo and ril
show you that tho New System
plan ot painless dentistry la prac
tical. sensible and
DR. C. M. HORN,
301-2-3 Pantages Theater Bldg,
. - 536 S. Broadway, .. .
Los Angele3 - .- - w CaL
Jjardly st day passes
Without someone speaking
in praising terms f out
good grades, moderate
prices arid quick service '
P . et us know your wants. ;
Under any circumstances?
May prove" to our mutual'
tter service, and
Even better materials
esult in our be- "
oming better acquainted
Once you give us a trial,
we do the rest.
Brewery Ave. Phone &
Fountains For Poultry
We make a complete
line of Feed and
For Poultry . . .
Dicus Plumbing Co.
wVER 63 YEARC
i CcprniiiUTfi Ac
Anyone nd!nfr a tfcetth and description m&
quickly MMtrUJn oar opinion freo ttfaeUior a&
InentkHi . probably naienfahle. Cominiinfc
tlonsttrtctlrronailentKL HAN3B00X on Patent
nt freo. OMest teencj ftreccrirp patenu.
I'iKntJ taktm tbroosh Iudo Jt Co. rocftU
nrteial nutlet, withoct bnra. la tho
A harnJiomelr tifatrctd wectlf. Jjureit nr
enlxtion of any clenuso Joarnal. Tenua, $8
year: font uontlis, i. tiold jsl rtewadealera
IlnncL uaw, 124 JT 8t Wbloston. 11. c.
a.2I B mM . IJZT V1V--' -
L0SAN5EIES .... SMFHWiaSO
D25S6KM0AVE. moiii SaiK13UIim
noncno22 vwr.ii. le.tmj
a New Leaf ft
the people iroutA in no case be
4 the question.
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