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Eft?" " f - " ,t 'HHWIlilillWIlWii, , w s w'w "wwiwvywnfwW)V'NiwwwF PAGeJo'uR THE BISBEE DAILY HEV1EW. BISBEE, ARIZONA. THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1913. BISBEE DAILY REVIEW t 4 Published Every Morning Except Monday i by the STATE CONSOLIDATED PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE CHASE iSHBIfcmiicSfcf Wilorial .Offlco ........k , JHONE NO. Zi. 2 IUngs Business Office ." , PHONE NO. 33 - ' r SUBSCRIPTION. i- By 'Mail, rcr sear (Strictly In advance) '. ... ,J$7t50 Single Copies I... , . .05 By Carrier, -per month l...,.i.M .70 i ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION. . 1 . . TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. . . , , 1 i$ iniii i) the earnest pndeavor of The Ileview never IututWnally to wopnd the felting of anyone. , 'SuQUldan qrrcneous statement allcar la the columns of this japcr. call our alfenMenTo It. and ,i ah error, due correction will bo niado ami tsiple justlce-cheerfully accordedj. The advertlslnz columns Qf this paper are (or rale'at the regular office rates to unobjectionable matter. , ( H ' t ... , ' -. ' -r - - ' ' i , , Entered as Second Class Matter at tha Postofflce. at Bisbce, Arizona, under Act of March 4. 1872. ' COUNTY feE'AT REMOVAL NEW LAW DESIRED. . We regret to sec that ChpL Kelton Vho has pone on to Phoenix to re- jumc his seat in the legislature !r.s a Member from this county, has for the second time declared his opposition to 1 - any change in the law now on the stat- ttto' providing for the- removal- of s count soat In tho state of Arizona, Taptaln Kclton may not consistently assume such a position of support of the present county seat removal. Captain Keltoq was elected to the . legislature on a platform which strong- h- upheld tho "right of the people to role" in all nmttcm affecting their in terests and -welfare. The present county seat romovn law denies tqj the1 citizens of Cochise county the right to remove their soat' of povcrnmont from Tombstone to a polnt-where the bulk of tho pop ulation would be boiler accommodated ajid where a great saving of expenso to the county and to those having businssiwith tho public offices would be effected. Tho present law provides that be- fore a ounty seat removal election tan be held a petition must bo pre sented to the board of supervisors'. bearing the signatures of one fourth of the qualified electors of the coun ty and representing ONE-THIRD of tbi assessed taxable value of the county Pnder this law the courts have de ciiled thut corporations not ueing ijual iued voters cannot sign Mich a petl tlon, even for the purpose of repre-sCntinErtheif-jTroiierty. More thin two thirds of the taxablo property in this county is owned by mining companies, railroad companies, cattle companies, mercantile companies, all incorpor 1 orated and thus barred from rapre rentalion on county seat removal pe tition. , This law which doprlves tho clti zons of Cochise county of the prlvl lese of changing the location of their county seat ehoulrt not be pcrmlttea to remain on the statutes. It has Uocked the ds!re and effort of the lieople of-tbis county to movo their c"ountjrTeal Id a place where three fourths of the population could more conveniently reach it and where many thousands of dollars would be ss.ed every oar , to the county and Its citi zsvin the transaction of the public lusiness. It Is -the expectation that the comng session of the legislature will be authorized to consider a change in this Impossible law and no one may rightfully oppose a county seat re moval law that will permit the cltJ zee or any county movteg Uielr coun t seat when they desire to do so., In tJoMscfcHaiy the balk of th l-opHlfttlorols to he foand In the War ren district and DoagMs 17.000 In tho former"and 1000 la the latter. Jn both Bisbec and Douglas the sentl I isenL favoring a ehange In tho county ieat removal law Is unanimous. There -Joseph Ettor, who was recently ac jaay JKdlEsrSRce of opinion a tolled In Lawrence, Mlss of a charge the new looatlorf for the cornty seat, to? murder m having caused the death lmt there the desire for a law that Vill pqrmfc the people of the county to roots HhWr county seat whenever tney may3eiire to do so. 'Ax. 1 '.I HO ROOMjFOR t v . m" ' jn;Es. 1 fl V SytofiTtu confptracyrcaw has DYNAM Mi -.- ff The d; bee.nfdJsoassed and commented "on frent evornilmaginable angle by the prees. thelinanlmity of expression telng that violence has no pfece In our system" of government tontfdros wrongs. Imaginary or real. The Sat unlay Zoning 1'osl plves tha fcJtow. Ins firm but Just expression of IUS v. lews on the subject: "The American federation of Laboi in Its thirty-second annual convention f ' tit at Rochester, N. Y., "very properly rti nounced tho methods of the dyna- miting unionists on trial at Indianao- oils Tho denunciation would have been more ' commendable had it ."not been npologeUc in form. The fedora- Uon should have -washed its hand clean of all djnamllers and their Methods. In their report, the execu the council says, "The MoNamara? viere either criminal!. Insane, or in sanely criminal either condition due to imperfect education, incomplete education or defective mentality. In any case, society Is responsible for not remedying -he condition. "In the last analysis, society Is rc n&ihle or all forms of injustice, political, social. Industrial. Willie conditions in the industrial world are aot yet ideal, they are not-of the sort to produce djnamitcrs, absolutely de void of regard for property or life A more lurid tale than that nnfo'Sed in tho confessions at Indianapolis could not bo canceivod. Those ibo originated tlio plots and the tools who put them into execution seem to have lost all sense of moral per spectivc. The set explosives to de stroy life and property, even as an honest man going to his daily work. Their conviction was deserved. "It is specious reasoning to say that society Is responsible for such nn at titode. The dynamiters themselves have made no such plea. They did it 'for the good ot the ironworker' union. They looked upon themselves. not as criminals, but as being partic ularly loyal to the cause of unionism. It Is now up to the labor unions to re pudiate .loyalty which manifests 1 ieU in this jierferted and anarchistic fashion. "'No organization of men, declared Mr Samuel Coopers in his addtesb as president of tho federation, 'rcpro senU a greater power for tho advance ment of humanity along right lines. Wo aro not disposed to demand per fection ot labor anions any inore than of any otheF organizations. But if President Gompers would have the public Value the American Federation of Labor at his estimates of It, they nhould have repudiated unresenedly tho .McNamaras and all other dyny miters and those, back of them who htlped to conceive the plots. labor hai certain rights for which it should contend by all honorable means, bat tho American Federation ought to have washed their hands of the dyna miters and their methods." ETTOR TO THE FRONT AGAIN. of a jowng girl there. Is in trouble again, this time in New York City While there was much incriminating evidence against lilra in the former I charge, the jury decided. that there ftfas not 'enoiigh to.coi tt HfTho t'ar. ,iijy-.t n-r .kvutivvi -u . ti d rTrfwaslnroelalmed.ftot. onlyfin this tuRintry, hut "in noreign' countries, as - . - an example of tho impartiality of American Justice, as administered through the courts. Tb man may not be a murderer, "s& but that he is a strife breeder! and a dangerous a ci tat or Is un questioned, says, the Arizona Gazette While he may not have the couragi to commit a irturder himself, appar cntly ho docs not hesitate to suggest tit to others. This is what he is ac cused ot now During a recent tall: to ho striking waiters In New York, he n ns quoted its saying: "If you are compelled to go baclr tender unsatisfactory conditions, go back with a determination 'to jrtick together until you get what joe want Go back with your minds made up that it is the uusafest thing In the world for the capitalist to cat food prepared by members of Jour union.' XW?mV When questioned afterward ?s to what he meant by the remark, he was apain quoted as saying he "mean' just what he said.! There can bo nc riuestion as io what the real mean inj of such an expression is. It is only susceptible of one construction. That is simply another phase of the dyna miting spirit ot the Iron Workers Whatever quarrel, grievance, or com. plaint I he waiters may have with their employers, the guests are in no ay Implicated in them, but, as the dynamiters were willing to kill In rocent peoplo In their work, so this man Ettor advises the waiters to do the same thing. When, and just after making tho a leged remark, he dlsrlaed apparent ly very great courage. But BinCe I; is stated that there is a law on the statute books of New York to cover just such cases as this, he has weak ened perceptibly, and is now sale to deny having used tho language Ahlch is attributed to him. He Is Ter- willing to have others murdered, but like all or his ilk. fas is ver soliciloue about his own life. An election has been called in Doug as for the purpose ot acterminlnt rshctiier or not a new charter stall be provided for lust city an for the election of thirteen freeholders 'who tlisll Jm flmrtrwl with th dutv of .. . . ,u pose of which fs to provide a commis sion frrra of government The select ing of the freeholders to frame the new charter will bo a pretty good la dex as io rhtit will be the resalt ol the effort for an Improved form o' EOVcn.menL I tne politicians of that city aro found In control then the chance for improvement will be slim. afiik1 commission .Joniu of covrjnbst'l . j'r .U t .'JTB i. I .J --.. m- xne lianas- ouaiHicaiimacame would le no better a-derkaia ter6 tVnthe old common council fv.j lcnglis hs plenty cf men ot,dJ3iiv' gulshcd atjlfty rai qualifies. !)u frr putting Ihe j.i-tlit lubinesjrof -J- git ee-Yr OF-TOEMOMPT 2y cr- IC.Moul-fcoTv. 5 Mulnqs of A PesK-nist Ono of the pleasant things In this Ufa is to buy a hat for our wife for 21 and take it home and then have ler tell ou where she could have ;ct the same thing for exactly ?.S5 The th'ngB that a feller likes to iat and drink ain't guod for him, uni inhow they cost loo mucii. Wnen a man wears good cloth- J t's a cinch that homebody has to 'Aork for them, either himself, or hU wife. If all the young gentlemen who iang around the pool rooms wsli jo to work this life would be 1 li' easier for the rest of us. I never yet saw a postmaster vno vac against the government at leas. J3t until he got out of office. From the Hi'Ckeyvllle Clarion JoJd Frink, our gentlemanly black smith, has put a new sucker on tise own pump free gratis and" It is ux ected he w'll Ibe the logical candi late for some office or other In tot icar futures The last time Elmer lone3 was down to the city he lropped a lead pencil in a borse!cj Manner, and it played a tune, all IghL He was pretty slick about " oo, but in order to relieve his cor icience he explained to the bar ender what he had done Thet ill right," said the bartendci "an 'm certainly much obliged to yo' or you having saved my life r I ver found a good-nlckle In that pi nner I would drop dead." Old Alan Pufdy set wlb his fee n the oven too blame long the othot 'venlng, and when he woke up nit vooden les was burnt about nn "Vk-r n tho end Ho 'is now giving fan harcoal .drawing lessons on the i nent sidewalks about town Msa v feller can draw a picture who oan lraw a salary Hi Hufts'ns says 'J f -expects to go over to Hank Tumras omorrow evening alter -supper l&riic says Hi may come after it but won't get it. A Chlnefe frotr town to the city is thinkln of start n' a laundry in this mans ton ("bey say a Chlnfc can live on 2 conti day. bat he would have to live n ess than that if he startedJa lauc - rr here. - ut Is rumored that uramima rer In3, who has been on the verge nil eath for nine rears, has doped with Inclo Ezra Harbin who is one bun Ired and ten Jpe&rs iIdand bag nuked and chawed all his life. He ,TliInot do ail ".the cbawin in ra uUje if the rumor Is true. 'Later--Grandma Perkins and I'ncie Uzra Harkins both Bar they haven't elood is we go to press, but It Is rumoHt anyhow and we ain't going to spon a. cood news Item for a couple of I old pelters that don't tak the paper William Titfliitts. the grocer dealer. who doesn't advertise in the homed paper, has had nis wmssers saaveu off. The Homely Man The homeliest man I-eer-seo vva. Ebeuezer Brown, hHe was a sort of "a laagh'n sto"K for folVs here In our town. The jokers all told Eben that hi- face would stop a clock. If he looked at a pan ot milk it turned sour from the shock The gals .all .turned- poor Eben dpwt rrTir., KJ"Ly."ifi3ri.rilw..i.TJ Thtf-rfianTSJWe. fis'sryie. ' i uevn ",. ,- "- -v vt many a ions uinc- 1 on ". basis that - main 'orcv? tfuduced to take active part la the new dollar expended full value will bo re Government all will be well with ceived and if these kind ot men can boJDouglas. V '' $ n So Eb got mad and Vvcnt away an staved for quite a while And managed to accumulate -a neat and nifty rile. The pretty fellers staled around and flirted with the girls And txk 'em to tho huskin's and the other social whirls. No one of 'em wag Join much but llvln with thejr folks, und settin in the grocery store an' crackin funny jokes. One day Bb came back into town ui on a private car He had a diamond shirt stud tha: would twinkle like a star He didn't care for money and li blowed it right and left. H" had a bank roll that a felio couldn't hardly" hoft. He set the old folks up for fife an' told in modest stjle About the way he'd gone av.ay ant gathered in his pile. Eb was jus! as homely as ho eve vas before, ?frha-s a little more so than he vfi Jn days ol yore. But still it dawned upon the prcU fellers mighty quick That Hb would Dimply go among lb girls and take his pick He took a good Ionit tlmo to choose dkl Eboneaer Brown. And then lie wed the prettiest gal f all the gol ding town Tiie Old Fahioned Man Tho things that I am fond of tn Jo hundred never est, J he clofiin? that I doto on Is con sidered indiscreet. Ay fr'enti all connsel oxerefc-s v hi ever I take my epse, nd wnen I exeretso they say 1 1 rHi on heart disease The music that Is proper fs all of . cltub style. For me the old-time hearth n? have tt beaten br a mile. My bco! are not b Honry Jai t- trtnga ho Is nu fait. I like the tales that Thackery and waiter Scott rotate i don't like plays by Bernard Shav I'm very much atraui I'd rather sco the standard k'nd that Chariotte.Cnihman played The game ot golf, I must confess, I do not Know at all. Somehow my Instinct gooroe to run to common old baseball. At bridge, which Is (he styfts game, I'm greon as ay monk; My research has included only pedro sledge and tank. I don't like ton course dinners where you wait and eat and wait I'd rather sit dawn family style with plenty on ray plate, t don't like standup collars, for they always ,saw my ;nock, A silk hat makes, me fee! Jest like a corn ioctqr, by beck. With high faltftfn' ROin" on, I'm al ways out of tone . AnC sit homo quiet by the fire I'd Ji ways Just as soon. rj oft been told by stylish folks, that I am out of date, 'ILat I was put upon this earth one century too late. The.otbjrfolkslcaniihink'inujjcdd, I 4AR.ffc,ATrtRt't,.VWj- I .IZZZr rta5..fiE537s.-W "mpretty-nnidd!fi!'ba $ old-fashioned' way. 1 -i'':iwjiitti'"' vi'i ,-.. IHEnP' L HB4'HktB M3 - MAKING CROQUETTES There is one gene at understandln: about croquettes, and that Is they should bo soft and creamy instil" The Inexperienced houskoeper vv li often add bread or cracker crumbs or beaten egg to bind all together but that detracts from the delloat of the, croquettes, except In nuts or potatoes, 'uogm ay mas-'ng me easier ones, such .as potaio or rice era aueties, which may be shaped nt Otico whllo still warm, other mixtures aro chilled aftor uniting with a cold, tWck saqoe When only a small amount of meat f i or vegetable la leftuAer the cro quettes may be used as an entree or extra dish. Ijreparing (frumlm In a previous art Ida on. ."Good Things from the Bread Box,' J told how to preiur crumbs for use, and these are much more attractive In tho finished cro- (lUeUes than cracker crumbs . Preparing the Brk Itreak tho ogs into a soup plate or plepan and beat with a fork until well mixed Mix with two teaspoonfHls of cold watr Kvery part of the surface of the cro qnetto must be coated with the oas as well ae with (he crutuLs. If not tho heat and fat penetrate the cen ter causing the croquotto to burst Vat for Frying There arc goo.i vegetable fats on the markot for fry Ihk purposes, and If used anyone with the most delicate stomach can oat all foods fried in deep fat. It Stop And Think Where are you financially? Are you really getti.i" anywhere? Make a change. Get started right. Start a bank account and make it grow. Owe yourself some thing every week. At the end of the year you will have saved up a nice little sum. 4 Per Cent The Bank Of Bisbee, Bisbee, Arizona W. HTbIIOPHY, Pres. M S. CUNNINGHAM, Cash. J. S. DOUGI.VP. V. Pre J. P. CONNOLLY, Asst Cash. W. H. WIMJAMS, Asst Cash. TO MAKE his pay da a little niorg than siip'iort his family weekly if he doesn't he 's- losing, because tho ftituro Is to come. If it's only ONE DOLLAR, try and deposit it with this bank weekly and provide for the day when the waeca stop. 4 Per Cent Interest Will Be Paid On Savings 1000 Small Savines Banks for Distribution, call and get yours. Citizens Bank and Trust Company Main Street. It-h "iiona VIII E. McKet President. C. A McDonald, Cashier. O. W. Wolf, Assistant Cashier. t Miners&MerchantsBahk BISBEE, The holidays are over, ,ta.xes have been paid so now is the time to'save money. YOUR money deposited with us now will have earned four per cent at this time next year. Start an account now, however small, add to it every month and you will be surprised at the amount' you cansavein.ayear. , i. Results Review Ad. Columns CONIvrTMJ C8uttio2,.6iciv?JJ. cs should be put Into a deep kettle and heated quickly until a piece of soft uieaa win brown while counting twenty A frying basket should be used and four or five croquettes fried at a time Try to keep the fat tho same tpmperature. ' Potato Croquettes Ma'erial potatoes, four, cream, Ihree tablespoonfuls; salt, one-half teaspoonful, pepper and cayenne; grated onion, one- half teaspoonful; vo)k of esg. one, fat. Utensils Saucepan, tablespoon, tea spoon, grater, kettle, frying baskst, potato rlcer. D!rectlons Wash, pare and cooic Iho potatoes. When done press through the rlcer There should bo two cupfuis when nceiljAdd cream, eg end seasonings. "'Beat well and ake a tablespoonful at a time and mold any desired shape in tho hands, or shape in a ball and roll on the kpuid until long and flatten the ends. Roll In crumbs, then in egg, then in crumbs axaln Fry for ono minuto in deep fat In the fryingrbasket and drain on blotting or tissue towel paper One-half cupj of grated cheese added to tho pdtatoes gives a pleasant change. ,Nut Croquettes Mqteral Bread crumbs, one cap; m'lk, one-half cup: mixed nuts or walnuts, one cup, olks of eggs, two: salt and paprika; parsley (chopped), one teaspoonful Utensils Measuring cup, teaspoon, towl, -chopping knife and bowl. Directions Soak the stalf whtto bread crumbs In the milk until ab sorbed M'x this with ail the sca son'ngs and the chopped nuts to gether. Shape, egg and crumb a3 directed for potato croquettes and fry. It a rauce Is served with these it should be a tart sauce and form a separate dish, as it takes away the crustiness from tho croquettes when the sauce is served from tho same dish. On Savings SHOULD STRIVE A 9 t I i ARIZONA & I 4 A iwrf 0ii Mtrtommim i--.iqje f" . a y )wrNbniwJW-agm aAMf"w kaj Ct fmjt. -, - - r.'-(-,fc't. -sy - i- i irf- -ggTT:.T: rr-jK ,.,ft -vfVajLaMati . j a& -jjtJz .j -f --it. tficj "- fcrfiiMnr - j? j ' j jlJou.' ivt-2.JS3J, .-s'