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THE HISUEE DAILY REVIEW, BISJJEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JAN VARY 19, 1913.
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SUMTER G1TY GHflRTER MM
BE MI BISBEE IS SEEKING
Secretary Receives Letter fi om Short Ballot Organiza
tion Explaining Business Manager Government as
Favored by Other Cities and Offering Aid in Se
lcrcinr Charter If Changes Shall Be Deemed Advis
DES MOINES SYSTEM IS NOT BELIEVED BEST
When the oemmltliwi mm1 by
I lie Commercial club, city adminuttra
lkn and Uthdnees .Mtu's Protective
association organised as one Secre
tary Joe Gray of the Commercial club
as made secretary of the ebmrak
lee and was asked to obteln P pos
sible Information on the subjaet of
city charters under conrmirslon or
miliar formi of government. In so
doing he first wrote to the Short Itel
lot organization of which President'
elect Wilson is the president telling
them of Ute step lbt were bMnt,
taken here, outiletng proposed plane
and asking for literature ami sugges
tion. Id an wet to that- latter be
has received the followtaur:
Project Is Endorsed.
January 13, 19K!
Mr Joseph 11. Gray,
Sec'y., Wnrren IMatikt
We are very plwwt to
1 ituw that you are Interested In the
den ot government now in use In
Stanmon, V.. and in a simpler and
better form. In Somtcr. S. C. White
ar an craalidtloa ve do no: support
:.: one, Short ItVU scheme of ctty J
lrmne:.t, -lies' of us wo hYV.ager wucr is responsiuie io mwu
.ntcbed the UHiVftuunt closely are j lwlds office while his services are sat
ire e and more imiaresseu with tfce Is factory. The commissioners are
rtues or the Sumter iden. We be- elected at large so there Is no petty
lite tl-M In time It wM "wporeede jealousy between wards or districts
ht l)es Moines sstem. as it hws aH They legislate and instruct the bus
hi irtHes of the old Mae commis- iness manager to enforce the laws
two ptea a Jaetas Ms-chiet wak-' whicU they make. They are subject
jss. Ho recall and measures may le pre
The Dos Xsiites pn, while itUoeteo to them, initiated b the peo
marks a verv great advano over that pie.
m hicb has beoa appMe.1 very rUely ! Siunter is a city of 10.00 and being
Ij this eoantrv. Is defective in sev- so n-ar the popute'lon of lllsbee Us
tml retpeets. " I plan l more Interesting here. Sec
In the first place no form of ad-f rotary Gray H1 write for a cops, of
ministrstlve organisation can bo ex-, their charter,
potted o work wRh the tmot offi j Want Other Charters,
rieney hi wJricU fhere is more than A copy of the Lockport charter is
oue hoad, Bxperlence under the ateo to be obtained, since the Short
Lie Moines plan dof!rnrt our state-1 Itellot organisation considers that the
ment that a five-headed j;ovrnBMit plan pioposed u that cltj has ad
-a ill 'neMW bring about frietio lj vantages over the Sumter plan. If it
the departments. A comber of ctteifcil be decided that Blsbee can be
l.a found this to be true. TJnder wore economically governed under
the Sumter p!n, of course, if there, some scch plan as th.e, in the mean,
is any biting and scratching it l dene; Ume the bet lal minds of the city
!- tlm nmuuHl whlk hoA Tptcalfiltv oj lnrmtisate the charters tuu-
or directlr functioes only, an ,rhw
a legislative order proeeea lroN1i.lgJB "e in j-bodix no um i
he council, it is executed Ly a maiF
ager, or homeeue d!rectl responsibK)
The I)e Koines plaii ie also weak
lx'au-e it undenakes to select ex
pcrts or near experts by popular
election Mlh all due regard for the
ab lity of the people to govern them
tclvea, it Is bardiy proper to ask them
(o weiah the nimlMcAtions or candi-
dates foi iiositions at the head of city
departments. What the people really
want ib to get results they are not
veiy much interested In the .way
thisc rebuhe -re achieved. If tho ad
ministratlve bead fe appointed by the
council, as he is in Sumter, the peo
)I cin control him throuuh the ooun
cf! In tuts way respooslollKy
entered la the council, or eeminls
fcion. and thoy pass that ressoMlbHlty
atonjr to the wftnager, Jut as in
private corporation. ,
Unfortunately, we cannot prove by
statistic that she Sumter plan
the beat one. for the simple reaaoa
that onl ne city tiros tor has adopt
ed it, aud that city is only on fa
point of selecting its first BsaMger.
Io-se.pr there Is o conceivable ttm
!Hr hy the Sumter plan should ni
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Put up in staled tins.
Order a trial pqekage and
you will be pleased
"The Pare Food Grocer"
ySOlDEyORWQSTSnfEBiHPdl,'i8hlfula9Bir.w, m m ho'nor of
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work at least as well as the regular
commleeiOH form. The concensus of
oplnfun wems to be. that it will work
touch better. A low month ago when
the city or Sumter announced Its
adoption of the new idea, the fact
was commented upon not only in the
daily iret throughout the country,
but fti the engineering journals. This
comment a almost unnersally fav
orable Wo send you liorewlth a pamphlet
tatued by tho Sumter Chamber of
Commerce, and a marked copj qJ our
bulletin showing the ndvertlt-enient Is
sued by the city to secure Its execu
If then, are any -seectal features
upon which we can give you ome
euHghteameai at any time, please let
Yours very truly.
H. S. GILUERTSON'.
Sumter Plan Described.
The Samter phn ls'tho purest form
of business manager plan There three
commlssionere or aldermen are elect
cu wno are paid e much for each
meeting they attend, hardly more
ihan a nominal salary. These com-
raibsloners engage the business man-
artleu and make sre that the mis
S... B eertaln thai Ihe propos
ed charter will not be In conflict n 1th
the Hate constitution and state Jaws
ant! be prepared to wlmiit to the peo
ple as perfiH- as possible a charter
Secretary Gray slates that he ex
pects to have a considerable amount
of information a to cost of commis-
sion government in other places com-
piled when it is time to report to the
comnttlee of the whole
Si DIEGO VISITOR
Former Resident of Bisbee
Meets Old Friends on
extensive entertaining has been go
tor on in the city dnring the past
ek In honor of Mrs Harry JJiea
Uw sisur-in-iaw of Dr. X C Bledsoe,
ho it here on a short islt from
San Diego Mrs. Harry Bledsoe was
formerly a resident of Blsbee and
Dougnut wheve her husband was In
the furniture department of the Cop
per queea store.
on iiway nisni, irs . v. oicu
see gave bridge jtarty to which h
aumbrr of ladies and gentlemen en
t enest hi Mrs. R. B. Coover un
ThuKdar night. Mrs. Nada Moore, of
Wurren, entertained with bridge. He;
frebhmenu were served, on rrmay
iilirht. an iQfonoJil dance wbs given nf
the Warren Wtrlct CoBtfi Cub
i by Mrs N C. Bledsoe, at wWch more
than lxy iople were present IMBo
iiB m enjoyed, refreshments "wxire
I wrvd and a musical was given by
jf.ibley's orchestra. Yesterday afler-
i.ioor. Mwhwpg Pawls, Newman aHi
Hankm. entertataed with eurds and
tea at the Woman s club in honor Of
the vnitor and tost night Mrs. P M.
H3ckiaiter entertained wKh a curd
The record for efficiency Is chtlmed
for s French oil engine with a tarl
consumption of lees than -H3 pounds
ir horsepower hoor
Two Phaadelpbtt physicians are
me nt with much sueeess m their
attempts to cure epilepsy bv the
ijeet.on of latt.csnake venom
' Spinal Deformity Can Be Cor-
rected. I Have Proven It
I ir-joll Bcr to leu Ina
Srurf v 'h filial &sv4tt f
ar datnpuon. Is muia
is4 cvr Be U UM-toAm
fcworr of oaa If poM,
. t aximai S cnu.
Boca ud nvm vennxa bi
tweit. lie icecKrytnr
aa nnraM ool3 r Inn
wtit I fct.cdoM and do
ne rrfr tiar, lor ouxn
Wm. Madscn. S 1 lafco At. Fmfa. Cd
u safcif i
am; 10 own
Texas Visitor Savs He Finds
Recognition Being Giv-
en in All Directions
to Its Value
'The cities of this section are fin
ally beginning to realize the benefit
teat the Borderland route is going vo
be In the whole southwest," said Har
ry Kfrk, of El Paso ypste.-ilay Mr
Kirk recently returned to f,i raao
from a trip over the Borderland route
from the Panhandle of Texas, and yes
terday passed through the city on hla
way to the coaBt.
When I made my first trip over
ihe Borderland, more than a yeur a;o,
I found that there was ery little gen
eral Interest in It The alous
boards of trade had taken to the Idea
In a casual way, but had mado no ef
fort to log the roads near the cities
and had very little information to
Xtve the motorists Anyone making
the trip over the route bad to count
on luck In taking tlie rigni roaus anu
landing neir towns at night.
'"From my first Impressions I was
the more surprised on the trip that 1
have just made from the Panhandle
Everj board of trade and good roads
organizition Is enthusiastic over the
route You can go lnio aimosi anj
coard of traue ana gei uemueu
formation regarding the roads and ill
rcctons to be laken tor sioe tnpa
Many of the cities issue special dookj
fnr their sections of the road Hotel!
are especially catering to the Border
land traffic and many merchants, "ft be
formerly kept no automobile apparei
are now putting in stock This lattet
may be a small cons'deration, but it
shows that the business men are real
izlng that the Borderland route .
bringing outside funds to their citlet
jnd that they are maKing tmngs m
attractive for the motorists as tney
can. - ,
-The road still needs plenty oi au
.ruini? The cities on the nonnerr
routes are wo. king hard to divert al
tho transcontinental traue tney
.hrough their cities, and. although thf
Borderland Is tho beat, not many peo
nle In the east have been told this
There is practically no limit to th
amount of traffic that can be diverted
over the Borderland me peupie
ust all get together ana boost ior iv
Vaudeville at Orpheum.
Managers Lockie and Detloff of the
Orpheum theater announce tnai oe--inntnir
January 22. the Orpheum U
to be conerted into a moving picture
and vaudeville playhouse but tmu nrsi
class road productions would be .n
ters'orsed A contract nas just Deea
-i,i with the Bert Levy Jwokinr
agency of San Francisco to supply thi
Orpheum with four nrsi ciass auw
vllie acts a week these to be change
4wir eklv At the same time
.there will be a change of motion pic
lures It is piannea to gio i p
formances every evening with a mat
Jnee on Sunday.
r.tji.u f Dt
Tmnn n. N'lnth Cavalry received
he!r pay for the month of December
.' . -j.- voiriv siftMi ust dietribu!
ed among seventy-five members of the
iroop. this being an unusually smal
amount owfng to the number of new
lecrults. Capt. John a vvagner wi
Ft. Huachuca Is the paymaster
Go Duck Hunt'ng.
C S Helsler. E. F. In lng, J t B
Amos and MHton Norgard are a quar
tet of local young men who make -ip
nnriv of duck hunters who are U
teave the city early this morning foi
the Swlsshelm mountains tn (jue3i
the luscious water foul Plenty ol
ammunition s being carried along Ir
order to hrln down enough membert
of tho webw footed tribe that a w?
feast may he given to a numner oi
friends later In the week;
Big Influx cf. Farmers.
Lowell wab the scene of a big ,ln
flux of farmers from Sulfhur Springs
valley yesterday, ilost of them came
to the city with loads ot sane and pro
duce which was readily disposed of
the city. 'Good prices were obUThd
for them, the cane brining as hleh
as $2 a Jon.
In Honor of Son.
M.. J H. Ritter of th suipnur
!l"rlnss Valtey Is to entertain a nam
bet of friends of the family In honor
of her son. Fred Ritter. the yepuiai
Jrnggiet of Lowell, whose birthday'
occurs today. Some of the party x
cect to leave in automobiles woiie
ethers expeei to leave In huge hay
George Roberts Improving.'
George Roberts, the popular Blstee
merchant who was seriously hurt
some time ago when be fell and broke
his leg, is rejiorted to be Imptttvinj
and his friends hope to see him oat
of the hospital some time this week
lr Roberts Is nov about to waiz
wth the help of crutches
Assistant district attorney Slurry
William Cleary and Star Williams re
turned to the city yesterday from
Tombstone. They, together with otn
er local lawyers, went to the county
feat to) 'attend the? calling ,noI f thi
irlnirnal'docket. " "
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Last Day of Rates.
Today is the last day of the specIalW "j0nes,' El Paso. John Wr. JSJcbaeL
rates io ijnver, ijuoieii dj me oputu
western on account of the American
Livestock show A number of nis-
iieHP8 narc left tot Jenver tor mc
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HAVE YOU TIME
Get your watches, clocks, and jewelerv Repaired.
We make a specialty of Swiss Watches.
The Henkel Jewelery Co.
NEW WATER SUPPLY
El Paso and Southwestern
Tracks Now witrjin Five
Miles of the Post
Captain J A. Wagner of the Qua.
termaBters department of the t' S
army, now stationed at Fort Huacou
ca and II E. Wilson, a clerk m t.ie
paymaster department, were In Bis-
beo yesterday, tCeir btisiness he.e b-
ng to pax the soldiers now stationed
at Warren. These gentlemen came to
Bisbee from Douglas and went to
Naco yesterday to pay the soldlero
New Water Supply
Capt N agncr tstated that the con
tract for bringing the water througa
pipes from Garden Canyon to Fort
Huachuca has Veen completed and
that this new and improved water
Ssupply is now available and has been
n use for three weoss
Capt. Wagner said tho tracks o'
he EI Paso and Southwestern ra'l
nnit hn no rAAfhttri Fort Hua
huca, but that the tracklay ing force
as only about- four miles out and
hat expectatlbn Is that trains will
ach the post during the early days
Jf next month The train service outJ
pi rort j-xuuciiucu, ut: jsuiu, yuiu - ,
ji great convenience to the men sta j
toned there, as well as a ute saviag
!o the government In the expense of
ivagon transportation from the fco'itn-
lrn Pacific lfne Borne eight m'les
Two wagon loads of gravel were de
railed at tho Southwestern station
Te3terday and the ruts In the ground
iround the station were filled up.
.Preparing for Celebration.
Twenty-ave autotnowtes nave hi
ready been offered to the entertain
ment committee of the Masons tor
the entertaining of the visiting Ma
tons at the Grand Lodge meeting,
ffhich will be held here February 1U
ja 15. Special rates from all parts al
he state on "the railroad are being r
anged for. The program for the
meeUng will probably be Issued, this
Over Borderland Route.
C. Woods and George Cray arrivad
bere In an Overland autoshobile from
imlne. The car was fndfHd as far
is Phoenix and the trip was maae
tero from 1'ooenix in u. ine iwo
eft last night for Los Angele, via
ihe Borderland route
Study Class Organized.
The young people of the Baptist
-hurch met at the imrsonage last eve-
ling to organise a study class AftJ
Jr some dlbcusslon as to the method
it conducting the olasu the place
here and time to meet, Mr E U.
3aylor was unanimously choose as
Jass leader and Mrs Mitchell as asso
ciate leader The book selected for
itudy is entitled "The doctrines of our
:alth," and was written by Prof. E. C
Oargan of The Baptist Theolosieal
Seminary, Louisville, Ky, and is
especially adapted for young peoples
rtudy clarsos. The class will meet
Friday- evening of each week at the
church or In the home where the class
night be Invited Any ooe desiring
:o join this class may see JJrs ISppar-
Heart Made Glad
F R. Shearn. of thi efty, had th
novement of hie heart aeealeruted hr
jladness ou Fnday whes Ms ter.
Mrs E D. Tripp, and his ceuei.iis
3adle RandaH, arrived from Santa
na Oalifornla to remain wKh hia
luring the remainder at th winter
Mr sriearn nau boi seen am iwn
or-a number of yreara.
Two Baskettall" Games at "Y."
The Blues and the Btecks. of the
Y M C A. hwakw baM tournameat,fPridsr night.
were the victor in the series K
night. The IHue fdred th Kds
tnd eflffiiy oi irom them, the fteal
score being 2 to (5 Is their w
The second game, between tee BtaM. P. E. Benrwlt. neper Tembstoae
and te Green. wn naraer ioubih
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Mid the vletory went to the Blactos
by a narrow margin, the final score
being IS to 15"ln the Black's favor.
The funeral of Charles Wright, who
died here on Thursday, win lie he.3
at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon ai
the O. K. undertaking parlors, liev
Fry will officiate. Mr Wright
Wll known here, having lived In Wnesdays and Srs Jb add-on o
bee for a number of years.
Rcom Nearly Completed. "" " "'" . '"T:
The room In the city ball buHdteg.Ie &J2J ??I? ,frT
that has been partitioned off for b 1 SSSLTthiJSl
se of the city iers department . ?kawS wifl te srn
me various usuhs appomiuB . oc.
department wHI be kept there.
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Vaso Milton Watss San Fraactsco years bow ior my cmiuren anv-my-A
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"THE HOME OF UfcFINED
The Sileitt Siinal"
, "The Hand Bai?"
rr.. Hubby's Wife"
7 p. m., 8 p. m. & 9 p. m.
Usual Prices, 10 & 15c
V O Box 12SS
Printer and Stationer
U MMbelm Building BISBEE ARIZ.
No Misdemeanor Cases.
.Vbt a single misdemeanor cae
ease up yesterday in. eithe- the p
Hce or Justice courts. Thrr en 11
ease. Ib JMtteu Thomas' court, coh'
stituted the only local court business
IC. Le"verett Dies.
C Leraruct, who hue been ill A
pneHmonla at the Oopper Queen hos
phal for the tost three weeks, die)
Arrangements ior toe
ftnieml have not yet been made.
Guild to Meet.
The St. John's guild will meet with
ft nnn nnu t 1 1 mil i aiiariuuin si '
canyon, on Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clhck. It to requested that all mem
hers he present.
NEW BILL AT ORPHEUM
HertaRmg Wedneeday vaudeville
aad moving pictures wiR be Bhewn at
the Orpheera theater There w ill t-
four acts a week and two of the art
'wW be changed twice a week on W-sd-
he aets the nwinncwient announces
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lint hw rents ot ncenseo nims wiu
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Bitnostimmediate rent in caios
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(jnaniberia.sn'8 qtugn -en
jcd is' pleasant and safe to tike, wMfch
I.U-.r ornt Immrtnnr. nhri n molli.!
Jwcfiivrobst a slvea to Jsniohndroa;1l,,a
t or, taie or ail ueaiora.-aaverwsc-
Concert 6:45 by Royal Orchestra
Flbert Veale Director
JI. DLLY OVEItTUUE-1-
Is Getting lt"
Harrv Von Tilzer.
You want to get in car'y
to get your favorite seat.
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JAC03 SCHMID, Prop.
21 Reels of Pictures a Week.
" Admission oc and 10c
Program c anges every day
An hour of high, clsss entertainment awaits you at this show house
DON'T FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
Opening Wednesday, January 22nd
fThe Show They're
PISTOR and DAYE
The Wise Rube aad
S WOR & WESTBROOK
Four Reels Of Pictures
new acts and a complete change of pictures
every Wednesday and Sunday.
ShOWS Tonight I Prices
Starting 7:15 j Always
Commencing Sunday, Jan., 19th
TIP FmhT PHirn
The Show ThatHas Made Millions Laugh
The young htdy now undergoing the prolonged hypnotic sleep
in the shew window of the Btebee Drue; Co . wll. be awakened on
the stage Sunday night at S 30 p m.
Watch for the other free street exhibitions.
More fun than a three ring circus
Prices. 15c5 25c, 35c & 50c
NEWEST NOTES ON St Tr-V
A stor.ve battery wofUinq
though frozen Jmdde a caj;e of ire was
a novelty at a recent ixmis auw-
vrsstfne ynrernwent is hovl
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miemnusBai toapauiion u.
tale1farjombasaon meters t. ot , i
An eleulrlcal horse dipper" petef ted
Bv an'MBBOlS inrHW can mv
rrent front any onren-
BornVs uXoeiwd h- Uassnriwi arm
mm in losANcaEsml
filiii t'St JEf"s' 3 ra fm nnnnl &Jzoo outside ROO"
"',y "t"' W fi .ntrril M PununP isowitm bath
m S I 1 mMmW NOrHtRMMOTLca.pfop
"CKcHOTELUvauBEST 1 1 JmFi III " rRAN,s L CRnProN.,r,oa
In all the WEST" UPHNCONNECnON RATestOOPt0Y-.uP.
PICTURE PROGRAM FOR
SUNDAY & MONDAY
"On Donovan's Division"
A vivid, vital and blood thrilling
"The Little Indian Model"
An Indian' and White Man's story
picturesquely staged and master
fully haiidled. .
A quaint ?cenlaoffer.lng.
, Love Story"
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All Talking AboutJ
Comedy CuttJps ju a Clover
Comedy Sensational WIro.
iawator in the war with Turkey are
nued nith vanes to bold them steady
in their course
A patent has been granted for a
rocking ehair which its Inventor
claims fold compactly enough to ho
enrrted in a cent nockeL
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Two jUllfvol,.men hgroi pate
vul.lrh x-nn tw'rifnlaonowBwit: 1
H larre as a hftjK eharrf&r atjkauy.j
An edlblo-oil, .which alo may m
trtied as an lll)irtet and tia soap, f
beiKg Htade Ireet g6pe se4 in large
quantities by a Mew Italtnn process
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