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nijy 'V ' PAGE TEN THE B1SBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1911. ,.f - rJj-m : : n. ' wwt,ilwjaM &85 .iS I t 1 w u 1 i'l li ai M THE B1SBEE DAILY REVIEW ;: 'i tha Ntv That'a Fit to Print"! . .1 1,17 - Vo, . : 7 v as rcttoflc at Blsbee. Anions, un- ttr xct or. Mirth S. 1879. Published at Bl.bee. Arizona, th t mining city In the west, at tha vlw Building, corner O. K. Streat and Ravl.w Av.nua. ... ...-,. nm.iTiur 1 iMniuuwiw rn.r.... AND PUBLISHING COMPANY EO.H. KELLY President , . TELEPHONE .... ... ....... . SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAI! OR CARRIER ONE MONTH I Jb 1X MONTHS ..... '4.50 ONE YEAR J0 ONE YEAR In Advance 7.60 Address all Communication to THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW- 'BUbaa, Arizona CONSERVING THE PUBLIC DOMAIN. The United States Geological Sur vey is poshing steadily ahead In the classification at the public land. - priding eoal land. recommeBdlng the restoration to agricultural eatry of lauds found to be nenmineral in character, designing lands sbjeet to enlarged homestead entry, and ree ommendina; the reservation of lands suitable for water powor sites. During the month of May the sur vey appraised 2,472.609 acres as coal land, with a alue of $49,283,112. and 1,356.022 acres as noncoal land. Had these coal lands been appraised at the old minimum rate in force a few years ago ($10 or ?20 an acre), their valuation would have been 55.370.- 76C; the present valuation maremn- stows a difference ln favor of the ...n.nnt f si2S.46. la New 6"'"' , ' . f Mexico. Utah and Wyoming four withdrawals were made of land sup-! j t .,- i mm. ! yosed to .be underlain b coal com j prising 1.44358 acre, while in Colo- do. Montana. New Mexico. Wash- j lngton and Wyoming sis restorations were, made of coal land comprising! .. - Ann qra. of 490 3,uS,&& crw- arrea of phosphate load in Florida was - withdrawn, making the total j .. p i area of phaphata land witwirawn j 2.548.545 acres- Three powr swe withdrawals vjjre made, covering WIGt acre andj one restoration of 180 acres. leaving a tetel of 1.W7. 438 acres withdrawn lor power sites at the end of the month. Under the enlarged homestead act W3,7S acres were designated, wak ing a total of liV0.173.8SB acres de signated as enteroWe under the pro visions of Uils act- , .i.. f.-Jurfral : 4t 1 the policy m ' - Qnrvev in the claKslfication of the , Survey m ine public lands to recommeuu 't drawal of such areas as ma , MarH necessary from the stand- point of the federal government for the protectios. and conservation of its mineral and water sources; to make such withdrawals as accurate ly as possible, n te basis of the information available, and to make further Investigations and procure additional data In order to restore :f possible any areas not necessary to the protect of the people's inter ests. MR. TAFT AND THE PEOPLE. Rnvae OX tae opponents of the i4ftr nollcv of the S3 arT-ere in their criticism of his recent P n Sicago and In New York City In VTocacy of that !- ilai these frank' discussions before the people without warrant in the con- tltutlon. They can find no author fty ln that instrument for anything on the part of the president beyond bis messages to congress, and thoy are properly scandalized when Mr Taft lays directly beiore the people the reason for his public action. They Intimate that he is undertak ing to "coerce" the representatives and senators by these "appeals." Even on the narrow ground of constitutional authority, as construed by the predeceasors of Mr. Taff. these gentlemen are not strongly In trenched. The. constitution does not awl eoM not turbid tho president' to address kis 'fallow alttaens in any I way be thinks beat. Washington did) ,H Ws HMnnamw farewell ad-' dress, and at speeches to congra I were often directed to th whole .country. Lincoln's first and see Inaugural address, his wteo let- Iter to Mr. Greley on Uie policy of tDe administration toward slavery, h- talBorta, Gettysburg ad- i dress, were intended to bate and sd jnavo a profound iDfiuenco on the j McKlnIflJ,, gpeeefc at Uuffa, 8 eS8Ctly ln 1Uu? jof Mr. Taft's recent utterances, not lon(. (n app.alDg t0 the people f0r a ,,. ... ,., 'particular principle, but In selection precisely the principle Mr Taft is now advocating. Mr. Roosevelt was always talking to the people. Why should not the president jo before the people ln explanation of !hls official conduct? Senators and representatives do !t, and his part in legislation is substantial and im- 1 puruim. uiiic xu iuuu tuub w i&uj , , . ,., ' member ef congress 1b either 1 iono branefa. He ean say No to anything! I tliey do and It takes two-thirds vote to override that negative. He is ox Jiressly charged with a certain guld nm of. IcajMation. The final arbiter Is public opinion. Why should he hesitate to enlighten, convince, en list and lead public opinion? New York Times. "Naughty" Paris Tragedy of Lion in Dreamland in pnniiiin t?if.! i NEW f ORK. June 17. You don't have to-cross he Atlantic to see tho night lnaughty deviltries of Parts. i'You may sight them here in stage mimicry moro amusing than the rcalHes. Also, safer and cheaper. If I had notched a cane tor the plays In which I saw Parisian misbehavior tlnpn t tiDn tn irn trt ,Y,n lhn.tA, lt uouid br now. ij. morc ;,ke saw's edge than a walking ricic 'Tbpy parted 'with tho farces . marUa, ,nMefty that D!ol , of Boui- caul , Augustln Daly a id others u ni- Porlzcd to American taste- they oq tQ o he originals, and no no ono need tMo thFrench city of cut-up to . paree.. nroaijway.s summer show, leaes out all glimpses au ecnO'Oi fans oecorum, ii mere are any, j mics things are like those of our tendorlolnr with van- nnte. We have no code duello Over I mertj men puiiu ure one anuuim a skns wUh natpln sorta of rapiers, witn absurd forrnaiues, in cases wnero Americans would ngut it out wnero Americans wouiu ngni n out . . ,.( - T,ta Vew York ! wf h fists, or maybe with pistols, onli"0 -rt, intr i a'habbv Bo- tho Jnstant spot. A thrilling Incident if":. h hiiitv h donVk. in this play is a djiel by young wo men who hate quarreled over a man in a cafe If you are old enough you may recall how oldime actors Jnst under the grade of Boo1 h such as Bddv. Davenport and Mayo osed to unact the moonlit forest duel ln "The Corsican Brothers?" Well, the an-' fnnnlr-tn tn lm Tianr JTTlirsiTflt1!l I Dazle and Grace, pantomimlsts per- sonating a French Juliet premiere and a Spanish opera prima donna. """"" "" "- " .-- . ,. hike from a Latin ouarter ball to a -lade In the Bois de Boulogne u d , , th ,d 7J1L Z, fJ ,?IIL !Z ,J1 strokes down and then enss cross m tne manQer of my a mel. StmMJSrZmMS'i9flin'ie,at n,shUG- Uut whlt 5MnS matron be,le3 trola 3Iurrav'a spangled dress and to sake hands though it u bedovHer fo tickll o she for cto neB wnen a rapV "m savo the trJo,ct of ,ne "I" high. Indeed, she pleased one citl frivo?m;JsJ,nmIr tasL Dazle ZWpt In melody? She is a mere ratte maids from school ln "The Mikado." , much that he married her CrlV iJ?Z nff thir In', nnri fae I f vc-unS wmaii anyway. Yet not It was, sure enough, an exceptionally and took her from the stare. AVhil . rtw in Zt iiw l-!' " overlooked, as. tossing her onloric. temperamental assemblage, qoletly darning the family socks the !. , a Jmi ,1 liwn i ' hair in unison with the tune.; Was that nsychoglc? Did unconscious other 'day. it would appear. Mrs. ex smne, we are permitica to take ior,and fllnKmg oul ner bare f ee, , she j expectancy of something or other' Grace Freeman said 'she wonM like atHiiiy down to ne nips. presents a musico-maniac j big keep it irom going home Two J t reappear before the footlights. Steela Mayhew Looms Big. . fial.t is ,aiet of pierrots ' o'ciock struck. One gourmand or- T"ortaqately, lr. G. F. is rich enough " ijc.o i..rs - ...., . guess, by first hiring a company of humorists, next choosing the funni est of their own stuff and nonsense, and Anally locating them and the stunts In Paris. Srella Mayhew is a big tactor In size and quality. Do you happen to know that throughout UQrence would not think of missing ence of mind that left no check un Btrrope Caucasian antipathy to Afri-' 1Iore to the Hking of Broadway is paid by the hastily departing people, cans is no stronger than to Chinese, i tho 8pectacle that the curtain goes j I was delayed. My Chaffeur had been Japanese or East Ijndlans? A full j down on. six great panels, high up 'seated next to a negro at the table Modded negro may sit at the next j ln the walls of the students ball hal' i set for chaffeurs, and with racial table no you ln a London, Paris or .nrn tnf0 tableaux of women cosed repugnance bad rolled away to an Berlin hotel, and there's no use yourin imitation of tinted, nndraped stat-l making a row about lL Not till La Bello Paree" nas a point Deen raaae of tha.. fact for fun on our stoBe. ??m"!Z!!?..TZ uaiiauisi ski ui iuuucj u u. pocket.- bulging as the roll of i - "Uj y t ahead of ns to the fire. rat.n.1,.?tfS . k V I? the small hours of the morning to! You have road no -ireaml-wl wr, to Bnd that her cash Is as good as see Jtg tbJrty &cre Qf stowy ediflc0s . HWept out of sljht in an hour r anybody's ln Paris. Tinted as alJ bnrned flat to the grounds My partv ronDagratlon. I shall t-'l to-j on -octoroon, she fiaunts Into a shop ot ghot a cbnte, speeded on a gravif. ; "f an mcld-nta1! tTired- Th- ele- modes. SaVB She has COme tO have ... TntA In tho nm.l. m llri nnHa nt th ml Too..- no I .- .nJ .V ,1. -on Ti-lnnilr M "" " - "- '- """ ' Stella has come to -he fat point where there's no use Ignoring her excess or welghL and so she Jokes about 1L Ono of tho fits she vets ar; the modiste's Is a hobble skirt so tighr that of conrse she calls lt a convulsion. And tho audience laughs at the old Jest for the runny, roly- poly figure she cms. "Will yon bet me I can't do I?" she asks That Is tne new turkey trot waltz ln the ons, tigers, icoparas. Dears, pumas ankle-fettered robe. The principle and Jaguars and other beasts count are turned loose In a go-as-they-please tog np t a hundred, cofmpetltlon for laughter. The Also, Bonavita. When T had seen Dreamland portion of Coney Island him last before he was In a barred had burned this morning Tafklwg a arena with seven lions, lording it furUvo look1 at ber fan, where she over the beasts with a whip that baa written It too lare to memorize, cracked like a torpedo whenever ho Stella saya Tin the fat lady from a lashed them, and attltudlnlalng in Country Town Sayings (By "Ed" Howe) After a woman has realized bur man, and receipted for on. W li life Insurance, she longs to move to a town where people will never . kiiow rue was ouce poor. When a man throws a thine, ,na;, ut- uuutiii uiivwB 11 wuci-j.oi me oescenuanis 01 UE1 ouicirib 01 it will annoy others as much as I the Pe Witt Clinton administration possible. if the city, before the parade of nations and the formal exerclBes, I Criticism is not far removed from the cousin of the Derfect ladv w hoi throws an apron over her head, and1 goes next door to regulate the1 neighborhood Nearl every men lets dollnr with a snarl. go of a 1 have noticed that when ha.r ri tv, 4 niK onnnrh f ... .v. .-... -.., . !L The only time I (Mirtant is when on a train pastf- tag through a little town, and the train doesn't stop. re-' re- H is aurnrislng how men iiembor their oM jokes, and fae to laugh at your now ones. The privileges you grant people . .,.! i . mkhi Deoice uieir rigais. iif1w v11 "." " . u- . w. J Hoard of Education, together w ith No aroftt harm Is done, probal(-,the principal and the teachers of the Iv. when you step on a cat; but .school aro making arrangements to you can't help being disturld by'colobate the centenary in an apprc- the incident. prlate raannor. Former pupils of that. school will bo invijed to take part People shake hands on migh'y in the exercises, small pnnocatlon. Superintendent A. J. Demarest of the nubile schools of Hoboken. Is (Copyright. 1811, by George Mat president of the Civic Pride asso them Adams.) elation of that city. He is a great Mirrored for New York Summer Theatre-Goers Coney Island show. A noble little -reman rescued mo from the tlamea, ' sutne had ;o make three trips." necr and neck racer for the Jollity ! wakes. Do you Identify him when l" tell yoo that he Is that pulpy corned-1 :an wr.n a mury voice, wuu uoi ma ou i v.uu.u(, ""f'i .., .. ,k , lnnt-hirr at his original oddity? Fisher Is an ' Amortn tourist In "La Belle Paree" wlth an Irish wife She ought to be played by George Munroe, but .she , isn't and Fisher is provided Instead i with a mechanical cab horse, wltu i an athlete Inside to make fun with on u boulevard. He won hire the outfit at 5 francs an hour, but buys it outright at 6; and of the hundreds of comedlaus who have got into he sKiiis oi u """'""; -' seen none more humorous tnan tne one who operates th dancing horse wTuTmL "TtoR by UkTngrrom motored ulreemHes 7105:0 I -oued over the portico glaring his cuff -he cue for a new Joke He i to a restaurant noted for its 'shore l own " w no menace In L to an artLs studio in the suiHrs" of seafoods-and chara-1 aim- T,b PIe ,ook, a cue of bra nas gone to an artists uo ,n ""; !--, Thero mav lie hoer fhre hnt 'ado from the cowering lion and Latlu auarter to order 500 square , Pcne. mere raaj he beer there, bu' rrn - fnwn, ,,, hernial! whose ability he doutftE. poverty anu art go imuu ;u " in Paris, tie mnn argues; many a great masterpiece has been painteu on au empty stomach, "A aueer place." says the corned-'pers lan, ":o paint a picture. Beautiful and Frotesque. - i ..- m L.ltttln trIe utlrrttltOT ."V"r itTt,, it,recoua ne,raln tn, ,an "Ptoanous nlar7 , dont mcan to-lt,f !U, ' I chortts- At 1 o'clock the negroes as we" M sreesque. It starts at alfied up ana aown the nises of tables i" """' "-' ".'.." traordlnary snowmess to nne imua- tlons of a theatrical icale and stud- ents' hall A pretty girl violinist is an I oM ""erloipr, She pretends to goitrkey trot that has superseded the i ma? over u e ?"r,Z. w . . ,ii i i .imni-i- nnw littlft Americans care for classical dancinc Here's Dazle. of grand opera premier grade, and a whirling dervish ! doing wonderous things on tip-to- and the program has to beg tie peo i.u tn iz-nit tn w -what a. Kuronpan nary. ' Dreamland Before The Fire. ' 1W .. wna wv -Y,ni rr miection'ol Ceysland to . .. .- T .,'""! .u.c ..CJ u "V.'" """" " -" ." ' T mmiatuie Venice, swiriea inroagn a mythical Hell Gate whlrtponl. and i many other things that held o famillarlv from past years. Of as tonishmenr there was none Th- . atrical perfrmances wore lacking "ii terlv An outdoor clrctw was a tro- sight for those who had paid tbei- dimes for entrance to the ground The extra nan oonar snow was rer jrame ine cameis anc oonseys irom t rarl's menagerie. In that wcr ss-rr. he Oriental show and Rome perhaps ; Stray Topics -' "ii)F-i. NEW YOBK, June 17. This ear iho PAtitunapv rF ttit finf lrl ii r ttf New York's City Hall and of the r.,8f se88ion therein of the Hoard of Aldermen It has been decided o commemorate this on the Fourth of July by a gathering in the CIt Hall oer wmen Mayor uaynor win pre- side. The members of the common Council of 1811 were De Witt Clin- ton. Mayor and President; Aldermen I Peter Hosier. Thomas Carpenter. nanos uicKenson, Kicard cunning liam, William Hoagland. William Tor rey, Gearxe Tluckmaster, Caleb Pell, and Jihti Pel', and Assistant Aider- men r-eei Jones. Jr.. Peter Hawse. Aiigrsi Hardcnbrook. and Abra- ,ham V.-n Celdcr. The descendants ofjluttons. The reason for this action v. it tbfse ii'on are scattered all over feel reallv- lm!tne country, but It is expected that VMO .-UU.a, uuv v -- ,.-- v....- many of them will accept the tation to attend the commemorative gathering. Another Centennial. Another centennial to be celebrated in this city this jear is that ot Public School No. 2, at Hoory and Pike streets, which is the oldest public school In the city. It was n.1AnA.t Vvf,imhf.. t 1C1T tw1 h Fire-Gossip of Other Amusements spangled tights for the spectators Now he saunters around in plain J ciotnes as a manager oi tuc con- d been compile T ta? mES ' na bZlb ee nk him snrong isQ8n 'S '"J upon by a Hon, bitten. Harry Fisher Is Stella Mayhew's airaost killed. more? I said. "A man needs two hands for that." j he replied. i 'WJiat became of be Hon that at- tacked you?" 'There he Is. The big one on the pedestal. His name on the program Is this year Black Prince. I call htm other things. Does he remember you?' 'Right well does he. Having once downed me, he'd spring ob me at sight If there weren't bars between From Dr.mlanrt at mlmlEht , : e never seen any. ine supper is a dollar and a half, with four dollars added for eacn "le of wine limit- lessly. Fifty private automobiles out- i side prepare us to see everything Then taking aim slowly, carefully, ,RizliBf; and nzzne inside A negro he gent six bullets of his pistol into banadlBt dances as he sings in front .the beast that had gnawed off his , 0f a negro orchestra. The late sup j right hand. Black Prince glared down were in a hilarious mood A, at him as though about to sDrintr. popular song writer was moved to t I rise and mg his latest composition. i The listeners became vocalists at the ;....... - . i "'K'5 "oomutK. auu uuiuiuk hats for coins. Three smart-set cou-' pies w hose names are in the top j social roster fell in behind with the 51T" .J.K , , JT" "X "oru " ii.u tuuic ui'n'i. uiuus crc emptying wine bottles. When tBen 'Dreamlands afire" The message came by phone and was announced excitedly. In the stampede for the i auiomoones tne waiters evinced nres- other inn. However, he got his auto into lino before the end of it and JperKeo out an me speed stops. It was a mad race for Dreamland There were no motorcycle policemen along tho route They had gone on ' I" . v .'? i. . ' ' "n mrnee on m-o oarnieae tw- hours before as we motored awa-.. Now flames snot nil the sti-actttr- as we returned. A woman sknrried Iast us with something nndar eaci i 'arm She was a nurse In the babv -n favorable and so thev came to New Incubator exblbtt and had saved ' VoTi An Italian Mol'le St-ymour Iwo of tho human mltoa. Next, a lot.fco, by sticking her fingers to her of midgets slurried alonsr. Then , M hlm wa hardly wr Idea of ,VZ. C7 ",H;""-tuulcu' si in tneir night clothes. With leaps and bounds, a panther . comes from Ferrari's inennreri .nhich is all afire, and disappears Into the darkness. He was one of th ew beasts that escaped alive, A dozen men tugged at a rope antf dragged a baby elephant Into vJow.made her best and last success. From Little. Old New York enthusiast and thoroughly convinced that, the peopio of Huboken have a great deal to bo proud of. He also believes that the process of Instilling "civic pride" should begin early. For that reason he made determined efforts to get the children in the Hoboken public schools interested in the objects and alms of the Civic Pride association. To keep up the interest Mr. Demarest sent to a but tonmaker ln Newark and had 10,000 buttons bearing the insignia of the association and the words "Hoboken Civic Pride" made The buttons were distributed among the cbjldren and boys and girls proudly displayed tbir badges of "Civic Pride." The other day. however, all the buttons were called in by Mr. Demarest, who promised the children that he would soon furnish them with new was mai several nays after the but tons had been distributed, the dis- .-.. .uu irt-vu UUUIUUICU, IUU UAO- invi-jcovery was made that each one of the buttons bore upon the reverse sioe me legena. "smoke sweet Cap- oral Cigarettes." The firm which had furnished the buttons explained that in some unaccountable manner a mis take had been made and promised to supply, the school children of Ho boken with new buttons, devoted exclusively to the advertising of Hoboken's "Clic Pride." Rowdyism Is Increasing. The members of the burglarB and hold-up men's fraternity in New York are working; overtime. They are so busy that the nights are evidently not long enough to give them a ehanee to finish their daily pensum. Daylight burglaries and hold-ups aro (Continued on page 12.) but tho leash broke and the ilazeu brute dashed back intq the flames. Tragedy of the Lion. NW ib tra A Pndero8 " fmeri;es from the menagerie. His w comrades have been hustled Into " mctthtu s.fe.- aiiu ,uutru iu uaiet H it be is Black Prince, the beast that tore off Bonavita's hand. Again he was uncontrollable His mane was aflame. EJven the fiuff of hair at his tail's end was flaring like a torch. -or an inaiant ne glared at our auto- mobiles, and the j rople on foot ran behind our cars. But Black Prince was nc Jungle-bred king of beasts. Taken captive as a cub, like all the lions of the shows, and boaten Into abject fear of men, his latent ferocity had once broken out on Bonavitn. lit on this spectacular occasion he slunk and cringed like a cur. He ran to the ornate portal of an edifice near Dy, sirucs: nis claws into the stucco imitation of marble like a nuBe cat escaping a dog. and - "Don't do that." shouted Bonavitn, "he's likely to leap into you. Fall bask." until three shots had failed to reach a vital siiot The fourth dazen him. the fifth pierced his heart, and the sutn miisod Mm as He toml-'etl ilwd Into the street. So ended the trag edy, of Bonavita and Illicit Prince. ... - - . .... Tne revival OI A UMintry Uiri." a sort of "old home week." When the Knrlish operetta was new on our Fide in the earl yautumn of 19P2. Grace Freman pleased folks as th- nir ?" " J""1: ro amra a neut arxi easv -hiire" n ,JCh a wish Therefore this r re ! Mval. The -irtres gathered as nuny of r fii,rner asaociates as possible -1c Xmcrlcan nriidsal of the title i" had rommitted suicide ln the '"tw-itn but most of tho others rt- f-enitled Now, nine years is a - -ifi'i-rahl time, es;ec'ally In comic nra and more than one of the - nv rs inay be ""'d to have grown road of shape, but short of breath. v.ertbe'eals the singing was by no -pans bad and the music Is soi W.htful as to be welcome even if r admirably sung. . , . , . ne Geiha nevived. ' revival ot tne wcisna makfs i -n&ay wtoh some Knglish company -'fluid stn It once more. It Is given by Italians in a foreotten Bowery heater that Is. forgotten bv Broad-1 wav. The audiences show lt by n""l n-ans forsjottefl by every one We . T"-aBS rOTSJO nave veX-0 to thank for this enter- talnraeuf These Italians had made I a tour gomh America and were on ' te waj. to t,e oapjtai 0f M1T nelgli-1 -- nation fcit Mtuiltinrm lnnVa ton t the role; bat afUa- all a group of ossentfaiiy Italian Jack tars were hardly mere abmird than Caruso's Ii.,. i ffi-, . "xi-Hnm- Butterfly." And the singing was de- .......,..... ....... w..,u. ... -.-... Hghtful indeed !- !mrable only? than the manarra-n' of the orches tra, which was iruly qxceilenL It was ln the -title role of this opera. by the way, that Nancy Mcintosh Women's Secrets There is one men in the United States who has perhaps heard more women's secrets than any otheV man or woman in the country. 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