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I -MM.. iwnniiiui,,. 4.4 fc y)H ,ll, !f -- wmn rW MPtW STSWWSy-'i nwwiiia pfc j THE BISBEE DAILY REV1W. BISBEE. ARIZONA. THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 11, 1912 m ij, m Br W I I .. w r i. si h K .If 4 VAGEFOUK " THE DAILY REVIEW DISBEE, ARIZONA. 'ALL THE NCW3 THAT'S FIT TO PRINT" Bntered as second Class Matter at the lVwtotTlce at liMbee, Arizona, under Act of March 3. 1S79. Published by STATE CONSOLIDATED PUBLISHING COMPANY, Publishers of THE DISBEE DAILY REVIEW, Olsbee, Arizona. THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR, Tucson, Arizona. Advertising Rates covering Insertion In both papers furnished on application. Telephone 39 SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mall, Carrier or Agent. One Month .75 Cents Six Months W.50 One Year. I' pa'd In advance. J7.50 A complete Job Printing, Book Binding and Ruling Establishment. Mining Com pany Work a Specialty. Address all Communications to THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, Bisbee, Arizona. I ' ! OF-TMEMOMEfT y Ray KMbuHoTt. G (Copyricht 1911. THE HEIGHT OF Absurdity To expect that anybody is going to stop sail taUo you out riding In an automobiles unless ou own a car yourself. Reciprocity Giving a man a black eye In exchange for a broken nose. Amlablllt) Allowing your wife al most half of the, liberties that jou enjoy yourself. rUspectabilltj Reading the Con gressional Record on Sunday. Generosity Shipping our mother-in-law to a man after ho has stolen your wife. Perspicacity Being able to under stand the writllngs of Henry James. C. N. Mather) Friday when AN EMPTY HONOR. How meaningless a title of nobili ty really becomes is shown by the case of the Earl of Yarmouth,, whose marriage with Alice Thaw or Pitts burg, sister of Harry Thaw, was an nulled some tlmo ago by an English court.. Tho earl has reccntlj succeeded to the title of Marqulb of Hertfoid, onu of the most prominent titles in Great Britain, but be does not inherit the ostatc held by his father, which, though heily encumbered, jields a considerable income. The propertj, which he forfeited some time ago when his lather bettled his debts for j him on the basis ot fifty per cent,) goos to a younger brother. He has! been through bankruptcy several tlmos, and his affairs in this regard are still unsettled. His liabilities are shown by the last proceedings to bo' about $100,000 and he has no propel ty with which to meet the claims. ' A peculiar feature of tho matter .s j that although the title he has recent-, lj- inherited carries with it a seat in the house of lord, tho prospects ol his sitting iu lb.tt J.ody as a member aro poor. A man adjudicated a bank lupt cannot be a member of either house of parliament unless he suc ceeds in obtaining from the court at statement that his bankruptcy was caused by mifcfortune and not through any misconduct on his part. So the new Marquis or Hertford, holding one of the proudest marquis ates in Gieat Britain, i almost pen niless and is unrecognized as a mem ber of the upper house of j.arliameut It is a btriking commentary uion the emptiness of such badges of tank. FRIENDS. I' bad a friend, I loaned him ton. I haven't seen. My friend since then. Another one. Touched me for fle, I doubt if he Is still alhe. Went on a note To help a third Ho may bo dead, I haen't heard. I guess it's true. That in the ond. A feller is His own best friend. day doesn t come person who used pay until Saturday. The pestiferous to know you when The beer driver who stops in front of tho houso tho verj day when the Ladies Aid Is meeting with you. Tho friend who waits until he sees you produce a two dollar bill and then strikes you fur a dollar. IMPOSSIBILITIES Then, again, the man who Invented the phrase to the effect that nothing is Impossible in this world, neer tried to. Tako a friend home unexpectedly and find anything to cat in the house. Make a speech sound as good to an audience as it did to his friends when he tiled It on 'em at home Mako his wife alight from a street car in the proper and safe way. Remember Just what size thread It was his wife told him to buy. Find out tho ago or a suffraget. Get anything accepted by tho Cen tury magazine. Conceal a Manhattan or Martini breath. ED. NOTES FROM THE LABOR WORLD WITH A COLD IN THE Oh, how I lub the gedle sprig. It's praises 1 most gaily sig. The little birds their message All dature is id tude Do feuds appear upod tho trees. Ad gedle zephyrs fill the breeze, SOME PEOPLE WHOM WE ALL LOVE. The gatby man whose son has just been offered a line position, with a glue company. rThe lriend of the family who at was drops in Just at luuch time when there is company. The old boy who has seen all of the shows and compares them audi- bl when he goes to the theatre. I A b'izzard ad Id snowed all nlgdt! Tfce bill collector who drops in oui Oh, pas the quidide capsules. A jewelry firm in Bavaria furnish-1 es the clothing worn by Its employes whllo at work la the factories, and washes tho garments at its own laun dry This Is dono to preserve any particles of gold or any tiny jewels which might adhere to the clothes. The three-year strike of tho lake seamen's, union. Involving 15,000 men on the Great Lakes, has come to an end as the- result of a referendum in which a large majority of the men voted to return to work. The strike was marked ly much violence and bloodshed. Massachusetts, is to send a commit tee, made up principally of wago earn ers, to Europe to investigate labor conditions. The committee Is special ly directed to visit the great manu facturing institutions of Great Britain and Germany and tho watch factor ies of Switzerland. In Texas tho churches and the trade unions aro getting together. According to tho plans agreed upon (between the pastors' association and the Central Labor Council of Dallas. each ot these bodies will havo an ac tive representative in tho official work and deliberations of the other A powerful labor organization which, it is predicted. wNl Include within its ranks all the longshoremen opeiatlrijj In the p)rts of Eastern Canada and tho New England States has lust been launched. The promo ters hope to secure a membership of. 23,000 men, and Montreal will likely bo selected as the headquarters. , THE BANK OF BISBEE Bisbee, Arizona. OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN ARIZONA CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $200,000-00 0FFICER8 W. H. BROPHY, President. J. S. DOUGLAS, Vice President. M. J. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier Deposits Over OJVB MILLION Dollars 1 DIRECTORS W. H. BROPHY, J. S. DOUGLAS, BEN WILLIAMS, L. D. RICKETTS, M. J. CUNNINGHAM. Small accounts are appreciated, and receive the same careful attention as larger ones. Customers of this Bank are offered every facility consistent with prudent banking New accounts are invited. WEDS ROOSEVELTS SECRETARY TORONTO. OnL. Aurll 10 The wed urlg. dine of Miss Dora Augusta Prime. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Frederick a Prim a nf thu pitv. and Frank liar- ' er. nrivate secretary- to Colonel Thco- Tho Iowig herds wind o'er the leas.idoro Roosevelt, took place thlsattcr- As id do modth of .lude. How lovely, how salubrious, ifc balby. breezy sprig to ut That's wh we like to bake a Whed she draws od apace. We started this veri-e oud all rigd, Bud Hiuldenlj there hoe In blgdt fuss (isomwsDCM V vCs 8k TV vS'TsSvtsPy' JMRS.HOGUE OTKHOOMB TINKERING GOD'S HANDIWORK. Those people who want goerr. ment to mind everyliody's business for him ought at least to accept the! consequences of their doctrine. They say government docs more for pigs than for people, more for horses and catUc than for people more for tho tree nursery than for the human nursery, it does. It makes the farmer slaughter diseased pigs and horses, and cut down and btn-i) up orchards trees affected with blight. If it did as much for humans it would prescribe chloroform for some mil lions of chronically sick and administer a lethal dose of laugh ing gas to imtornalists themselves. Every human being it. so big a problem that he alone can solve it. His own father cai.not eai for him or drink for him, or marry for him, cannot suflor in hie stead, f-ither tho pangs of birth or dissolution. Cer tainly the goernment could not at tend to the job oi8H so well as the father. Both the purpose ot provi dence and the netessitie of ioclcty ordain that man shall bo a free agent, his freedom limited only by his neigh i,or' Himttclf must choose betweeu rnml ami ovll. The way to lim good for nothing is to rear him as a hot house plant or as fat cattlo are roared. Tho sole businoss or tie government is to bee that nobody else Interfores cither to mako or mar. It's vainest task Is to tackle the job 11-helf. Far be it from me o a sci. t li it vli.it i.erjboi bajb must be f true. Ki embody Is. often, .is iikel lobe wrong i. right "I he Haunted Man. What "Lerybodj sa-. has aent man a man and woman to pordi tion. If not to the actual hell of the 11 ible to tho one we make here on earth with our idle tongues and our idle hands If we would only think that "Everybody" is wroug, rather than haw a secret hope that "Everybody" Is right, when that unknown and most liotent personality sets rumors afloat, we would hoip suppress one of the moet dangerous inlluences for evil. . - "They say" who are they? Seme one hiding behind half truths and lnniionflos to take away happiness and hope from some struggling follow man or woman. None of us aro free from this crime. Wo do evil unthinkingly with w ords, whoro we would not dual an actual blow or be cruel in an oth er way. We whisper half truths as if they were whole truth and hide be hind "Everybody." Gossip, my friends, whether man or woman! The good old word "God sib" with its pious meaniug, has no cousln sbip with our modern word' gobip save in ancestry. If we would gossip kindly that would be a different matter. It Is easy to be amusing If you do not care who you hurt Sarcasm and talc bearing, repeat ins what "Kverybody" says aro crimes for which there are no punishment. Tho law does not cover tho cabe. Only the law of humanity, of kindness, ot Ioe tan be fouud adequate. noon in St. i nomas s cuurcn. j ceremony wab followed by a large re ception at the homo of the bride's 1 arents. CHILD BUREAU ESTABLISHED WASHINGTON, April 10 Tho act of congress creating a bureau of child labor in the department of com merce and labor, was signed today by the president LEAVES FOR HAVANA (U?ANTANA7lO. Cuba, April 10. Secretary Knox, on the cruiser Wash ington, left Port Antonio. Jamaica, last night for Havana. THIS DATE IN HISTORY. , April 10 Maria S. Cummings, autnor "i the "I.ampilhtcr" born in Sal cm. Mass. Died in Dorchester, October 1, 1S6C. -Thomas U IJenton. for 30 earb United States senator from -Missouri, died In Washington, D. C Horn in North Carolina, Mr Mi li. Ifc72. Ti archduke Maximilan of Au"ttria accepted an offer of tho crown of Mexico. lSTC-Aleiander T. Stewart, famous New York merchant, died. Born in Ireland in 1S02. 1S01 Bering Sea proclamation is sued by President Cleveland. 1907 Senator La Follette of Wiscon sin declared in faor of the re nomination of President Roose clL 19H Tom I Johnson, noted demo cratic leader, born in Cleveland Born in Georgetown. Ky., July 18. 1S54 T)-l,1 jn CnrlnP t J Uiu uu j--l. a TIPV Cant Accounts by the ... .!.. nAKtO- m TB1ICT Co., Main Street, Bisbee. 1S27- isrs- lSOt- UNVEIL STATUE OF NAVAL HERO WASHINGTON. D. C, April 10. Impressive military and civic exer cises will mark the official dedication two weeks hence of tho memorial erected in Potomac park to John Paul Jones. The secretary of tire nay will preside at tho exercises, and1 addres ses will be made by President Taft and Gn Horace Porter of New York The ceremony of unveiling the statue will ue performed by Admiral uewey. , Appropriate music will (tc furnished I by the United States Marine Band. , The exercises -will be followed by a' parade of soldiers, sailors and mar ines, the National Guard and various military and patriotic societies. A' vesbel or tho navy will be stationeu In the Potomac Rier opposite the Americans I statue, and will fire a regulation sa lute at the conclusion oi tne exercises. MILITANT EiYCLlSH SUFFRAGETTE IS IN THE HANDS OF FRIENDLY ADVOCATE NvLUI ranges I I Finest in the World I IrViirATlON -TOMRDVCITIESX iTue trend of popolatioiwljtn tbq.ijng Immigianl rural districts toward the cltios Is n"t furms instead cities, arc gaming at the expense of the country districts. This involve the fcame state of .' fairs abroad as heie the lessening in the number available for cultivat ing the farmb and lience a proportion ate decronse la th crops. If the trend toward the cities continues the scarcity of workers in tho rural dis tricts will bring alsout a very notice able lack or fcufflclent farm products. Already a note of warning is be ing sounded by far-eculng students ot roafcc j this mattor and the adoiition of prac- J tieal methods to bring aboat a re turn of people from the cities to the country is bing.a(vocated The nnoa tion is w oil presented In the brief commont ot the Lwlbville Cottrier ToHraal tlwt. "The country can ox tet without the dty. Imt the city em phatically cannot exist without the country " More limited to theiUljUed States. than eighty per cent or the poimla tlon of England Is located In cities of 40.000 or more inhabitants and In jTractlclllr all European nations the lf'isorae practical moa i-r i s to locate mlc"'! the on toe of in, tho cities is de vised a grout step will be trfktm alone IhtK line and at the tamo time other problems that result from the conges tion or the cities wiR bo solved to a great extent. 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These are some of the conveniences that come with every gas ange Once a gas range is installed in your kitchen yon will want it there always We have just 'receive J a lot of new gas ranges of tiro newest types prices, $1U.00, !2CG, $1100, $17.50, $2 1 .00. $22.50. $24.00. $30.00. $32.50, $35.00 To persons having established credit we are making terms such that the outlay is not felt. Bisbee Improvement Company Telephone 197 WE LOAD RJGHT UP. the minute we recoil c order Tor lum Icr. We tarry such a big btock that wc can meet auy requiroriicn at a moment's notice. Order jour ucx"- lum ber here and jou will hae no delay , en the job. That accounts a lot t hen tho expense of idlo mechanic Is con- wea?ke.rn!on Lumber Go: SHOULD BE A Hank .ng Da fo.' jou also for then jou hae raonej and cu deposit a poition, which if not deposited, Is apt to be spent! Make ccrj iay day count for your fu ture bj starting an account wim mis uan per cent interest on money deposited. Citizens Bank and Trust Company Main Street Bisbee, Ariz. "npiaV9aVun tB m f J J f An S ft 1 3 i n In and getting Among the many radical militant Butfragettes iu Kngland, Mrs. Pccli wlck UiwTence sta.nds next to Mra. l'dnkhurst as a leader and martyr. Sho has served her share of tlmo In Knglish prisons, and Is fanad where ever equal rjghts-areA dlscusicd. la her fight she. it. lojally a.t-tbted Iy hpr husband, Tho above wjs taken as they were leaving an EngliUi bo'urt. ' Mr. Lawrence, who Is an ad vocatc, was In this edsc euccessriil In gcttiug his ivifo $h .with a llsntj beuteuLC fiTTWiiTlvfl CATAR and DISCHARGES Reliaved in 24 Hours Ech Cap-N uJo bears tbe lf0V1 Bnran o counterfeit and COAL WOOD Grain, Hay and J li Hinds Chicken Feed 2?L)Q3gaoBft Independent Fuel & Feed Co Phone Bisbee 235 Phone Lowell 120 I I' ' --." '...uwWiflWr'- -'- ., . ,v v rw-. fMriVm !iinir - 4 Mt - -- ' s .- tMA"1" mugs! y ''