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THE BiSBEE DAILY REViEW. biSBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1913.
BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Published Every Morning Except Monday H ' . by the STATE CONSOLIDATED PUBLISHING COMPANY.! BRYAN LIKES THE YOUNGSTER lummer Fares PAGE FOu'tf ir. Editorial Offlce PHONE NO; 39. 2 Rings Business Offlce ....PHONE NO. 39 SUBSCRIPTION. Uy Mall, per year (Strictly In Advance) J7.G0 Single Copies .o; By Carrier, per month 73 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION. k. ' TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. It will be the earnest endeavor or The Review never intentionally to wound the feelings of anyone. Should an erroneous statement appear In the columns of this paper. 'call our attention to it, and if an error, due correction will bo mode and ample justico cheerfully accorded. The advertising columns of this paper are for sale at tho regular office rates to unobjectionable matter. ' Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice at Blsbee, Arizona, under Act of March 4. 1S72. STATE HIGHWAY IS SUBJECT OF COMPLAINT , Complaints relative to the condi tion of the link of the state fcighway between this city and Douglas con tinue1 to reach the Rev ten- Theso complaints .frequently declare this link of road to' be the worst in tits state instead of- the best as it should have been: judging frdm the cost of construction: Demands for immedi ate repair work are becoming more Insistent, ' Tho matter of the repair of 12! . state highway 'fa,lii the hands of tho state engineer. He has been employ log omj man uptin'lt fdr its'uu-keep and he is now urged to do som'e im mediate work upon the road to make it safe anil traversable. One request that has been made was for tho em ployment of halt a dozen men to pick the oil "scabs'" from the surface and smooth odt ruts. ' Another that is to j made Is that the whole surface bhall be tearlfled before the' rains and dragged during and alter the rains and it Is claimed that this could be done cheaply. This course is to be urged from Doi'glas and it Is said that tr-e machinery can be leased at small ccst to tho state. ' It is known that the state engineer recognizes that the stae hlshway be tween this city and Douglas will have to be ultimately practically recon structed. It is said that such expense would be in the neighborhood of $".'0,000. The grade must be raised, the road must be better drained and culverts must be enlarged and In creased. The portion of the state highway mentioned was built by the former administration. It is natural that '.he present administration should desire to show what it can do in raad build ing before reconstructing work of the old administration . and such is Ue ctatc of affairs that exists for It .s said that the policy of the administ ration is to do only absolutely essen tial repairs this year and to recon struct the road complained of net jcar As to tho advisability of thi3 policy opinions differ but all are agreed that the road is in bad condi tion now worse than most natural reads, and that something must be done to better the conditions. Let this h done witfe as little expense passable until such time as it shall be reconstructed, but let the matter te c Ivo immediate attention for the safe ty if not for the comfort, of those w'io traverse thiCroad. Good roadsters of Blsbee have been urg.ng road repair for months and the are in fcofse that Douglas will join them in their eiforts to batter road condlttowe. Ttta, general opinion here is against reconstruction at this time but that some repair work to the Bisbee-Douglas Kak-is atwertuety es sential ARMAMENT IN THE, PACIFIC, Apart from jtegotsh, and recognlz- Jng tho faet that war botweon tho, United Stated and Japan is highly I-nbprobable, R 'to the part of states manship t weigh nations and inter- national relatione on the Paclfle, the globes greatest oce.n, and 8m to become ly more Intlmattrbnir ylctlme and tojresumy tiwtmf . iBf all-'Da T ' Swia.beHfecfof Hie completion et .the IWiita Oianl and tne interesting popition of Western North Amelia. At preeant T.vwn has HmniestKmably the naval and mflfcary m er m doiHOBt Um r-orthern section of tho Pacific. The secondary results would be a different matter, and they are sufflccntly well defined to prevent any rashness by any except an extremely short-sighted 1-ower. We could not now defend the Philippines against Japan, and prob ably the sania might be said of Ha waii. AH tho Japanese fleet is concen trated in the Pacific, while ours is mainly In the Atlantic. The canal will j modify this .situation, but not give us the same consolidated strength to attack or defend any given point In the Pacific. ' John O. Dunbar, who recently fold his Interest In tho Arizona Democrat, now announces that he will soon start "Dunbar's Weekly and malus it a staterwlile publication and declar ing ho Will wear no collar, either ot corioratioiis or politicians. After reading his published announcement those who Know Dunbar will anxious ly await the first copy of JDunbar Weekly." The Say of Other Editors A USEFUL FLY "BATE. (Chicago Record-HcraM.) An inventor who has also sat up nights mastering Mr. Carnegie's re formed spelling, writes to the president that he would like to know I' their air nut anny reward nalde by the government this year for catching flyes." Five traps Invented by the writer "air catching 5 pints a clay" in BriilgevlIIe. Pa., and 12 moro will "sune bo readv tcr set in llrldgevillo and Carnegie but don't think my bate will draw them from Washington, D .. but I am drawing them one-naif nlle" H suggobts that "trapes properly "bated"" he sot at the dcors of the WhJte House and at all the oth er government buildings. The "bate Is euuentlv the great things. Its secret is jealously guarded, iit't may one venture to guess from thetales of th tariff that the chief in gredient Is probably sugar? ACT AND ADJOURN. (Courier Journal) Again, the president has the right pig by the ear. A currency bill should accompany and escort the tariff bill. The country needs both, the one quite as much as the other in its business. It Is eminently a case when! the hide should go with the tallow. How like congress, how charae'eristfe of the arsrage professional politician kwy, useless, cowardly-to hang back, to pucker his lips and shrug his shoul ders, assuming the- while airs of wis dow, piousness and deliberation, ilr Wilson has only to stand his grund and hold his gTip. The people are be hind him. Thpy want the agony end- 'ed equally as to taxes and money. Then If congress could tie induced to adjourn over until the -1th of March, 1913, they will like it all the better, STRAINING THE QUALITY OF MERCY (Philadelphia Record) In Philadelphia lst week Judge Thompson, of tin? United States dis. trlct court had before him for Ben- tone one Harry Ifaspcl, convicted on a charge of "iolating tho "white slave-"' law Judge Thompson imposed a sentence- sixteen months in jalL It was shown In the trial that Ha pel had been married three times, and 'flmt be had pf two of his wives into irreputablo houses. It was also shown that he had brought his sister jtrom Houmania to lead an Immoral life. It was asserted that Haspel haft admitted having made seventy-five thousand dollars in this traffic dur Jng the pest four years. And for all this he gets sixteen months in Jail I The ease speaks so eloquently foi Itself that comment is superfluous. It Is enough to say that in sixteen .. '-JucUon for good be- havior thte man will bo free to seek vwincnne.nas;ioiini so proewwe. h , , ,?, ... "" tr THE CONTAGION OF BEAUTY. (Arizona Ttecord.) f Robert G. IngersoH said once that ilf he liad teen Proviilonco be would have madar good health catohlng la- Pstwd of 'disease. t- TTm; lreWe with iHgersoH's Mte " mr. meht is that good health is catching. So is every good thin?;. What is more infectious than a child's lauehter? Its infection has be come proverbial. Good cheer radiates from one person to another. There are happy persons that would "sbako the midriff of despair with iaughter." Rcanty is the most contagious qual ity there is. How gras spreads: Somebody In a neighborhood ' catch 8s"- a flower genn And. bow tha spr-ads" Soon that whole neighbor f 5r QE-im-SPWliyS OF-TMGMOMaff Dy Eery METAMORPHOSIS When the statesmen go to Washing ton They are brimful of reform. They are for the common people And they rant and rave and storm. Diagnosing tho conditions Tbey set forth the people's ilia. And the load the good old. hopper With their remedial bills. For two weeks in January They kick up an awful dust. And thoy low until you're fearful That they're really g&Ing to bust. i Then they quiet down serenely And no longer tear their hair. And the folks in February Wonder if they still are there. Then the statesmen are. forgotten Till, along in June we learn That the legislative body Getting ready to adjourn. it is easy tc make speeches And of grave reforms to shout. But it's somewhat different when it Comes to carryin' 'em out. Promises are stock in trade with Statesmen who are seeking fame. But old Ultimate Consumer Keeps on digging just the same. IN THE CHURCHES TODAY. Presbyterlan Church Sunday school at 9:15 a m Yound People's meeting ar 6My p. m- led by Mr. Frazier. Topict "Our Nation's GJorles. and Perils'" Bxedus 10.1-. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. nr. and 7.t p. m. Themes of sermons "National Strength," and Light of Sin," Making JOHN E. KRT, Pastr. Lowell Presbyterian Chapel Sunday school at 9:4S a. m. fef- lowed' by preaching service. In chargelPrayer meeting. Wednesday 7.45 len of J. W Webster South Bisbee Sunday school at 2:00 p. m. Chi A rans day servien at : p m, H It. I Taylor wm iH-ede. aameMe wni le made by Rev, F. C IleW, Presbyterian Synodfcal missioaary. of Phoenix, and by Mr. W. Ijocke. thoreTwill be special music and recitations by ibe officers and members of the school. The public is given a aerdtal Invita tion to attend Ibis service. Oon Luis Sunday School at 3.fS a. m-, fol lowed by preaehlng service, lu charge ot Mr. Locke. Warren Union Sunday school at SJ0 a. m. PreacTiIns at fl a. m. by Rev. Ft C oft Phoenix, SynodlcaUMlMloj ivtww&9m&-' -m The MethodUt Church Sunday School 9:i A. O. Friedel. superintendent Preaching service 11 a m subject: "A Good Appointment' Special music Reception of members and Itaptlsm. Hpworth League 6: iJ. Leader. Mhn Hernh e Wa"fk Subjer' hood blooms with roses and shrub flowers. All the green part of the year shows lovely care The neighborhood is ndt quaran- imeu. so, me wneie city iaiee we contagion. Tlie rain falls upon tho just and the j unjust. Dwoase and health, ugliness and beauty are catehing. Happy Is I the town'that has lustice for the rain to fall on. Happ the tow n that is in oculated with beauty tC.Xyfbuifc a :OTfc Boneheads It seems to me." said Fanner Hrown. There's a lot of bonehads runnin' aroun'. You see 'em eer place you go. You see 'em in church and at a shov. . You see 'em around in(oatmobilee And cares, takln' meals. When you see ten people, yoa"ve got a hunch i That there are nine bonheads In the bunch. Fer moat every person, you see today Is a bonehead In som sort of way; ' Cnt ndih aha hao rt cnm rln m frtnl u vnvu W1IU LTO0 tJUt aUltl UttiU'lUUt fad That the rest ot the people think i bad. You think that some .feller is crazy but - s. He also thinks that you are a nut. When you sit-down to the real brass tacks And come to face the actual tacks. We are all batty on fotne one tttisg. We think we Kin act of we can sing' We think we kiH criUtHte flc art. We're batty about oar eJiKW cart. Or else we're foolish on politfs. And glory in throwin the verbal bricks There alnt no feller who hasnt ot Some eccentricity or soft spot. And so you see how it comes to pus Tfest vie all break intoSthe ftqneheaj class, I "The Price of 1-ower. Preaching sw- t vices 7:45. The sermon will be IUms ftrated by a set of reproductfcmb from Tlssoti's famous paintings of die ;"I.Ife of Christ," The pictwe slides will include the event described in tho gospels ?rom the mtfifstfy of John, the IJaptist. to the rejection of Jesus f of Nazareti, and are aij colored true 19 Me original paintings, inese pic tures have never been seen 1ft liiebw before, and will be returned to Chi cago hnmediateiy. There wlH' be spe cial music by the choir. The Strident eiaes meets Wednesday 7:00 p. ro. ty The Rv. O. J. Simmons. BDWIX GEORGE DHCKBlt Church of Christ SfHsy school at 3. 15 a. rm. Interest ing services to which aH are cordtHHy lavited. Mbrairig theme: -"Tweirty-fojr Christ and SUteett Crttrtlled Re deemers, Which is the Riftfet Oiw" UrenlDg theme: Mind Ytear 0n Butrineas." Y. P. S: C. K. at the Pto byterien church 6: 45 p. n .Subject 'Our Nation's Olerles and Penh' Prayer Meeting; Wednesday 1-ti p. m. Oo4r practice, ThHrsday 7:15 p m LAFAYETTE SWkNDLE, Pastor. Christian Science Services. . Tb Bl5ie Ctirtettam Selene i coty tulfi sores In Mediwovich hall every SHWiny sHtreMg at IX obk. Td Incse. WrvleeUie ptwre ftr,-iin'rri,MltnHvi WHtltft to" I. TfieniMoH'for Snsda Ju-ic SSth IsVCbrlMlan ScJeace." St. Jchn's Epltcopa! Church. Sunday school,1 : ft a. to.; morning sorrfce. 11 a. m. Wpdnssdfty. hlr practice 7:30 p. m. E. w. 8IMONSO.V Raedn- Severe Injury C. C. Pratt of tie Vienna bakery was working at a bread mixing ma chine yesterday when his attention , zt momentarily diverted and the i ftigerj of hra left hand became en j tangled. The ends of all four fins I ors were badly crused and It is feared he will loose the use of them above the first joint, lie was taken to me C. & A. hospital. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SA1..E First class milch cow. Dan Seed; (173) sania si an The Vacationist's Dream; The Fisher man's Paradise. CANVAS CITY and ISLAND VILLA An Meal way to spend tho summer at small expense. 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Y 83.55 Chicago, HI G7.55 St, Louis, Mo ,. . . . 63.05 Kansas City, Mo 61.03 Denver, Col 43.10 Colorado Springs, Col. 45.10 And to All the Other Our Agent will be very glad to help you plan your trip and to make Pullman Reservations for you. EUGENE FOX, General Passenger Agent. EL PASO, TEXAS. The Antlers Cafe Main St. Opp. P. O. Phone 221 WM. ROBINSON riiw i ilia ji umii-mi hi i n mwrari - imTiii', m,i JTriT U" ' " - - IffiiKl Your Funds . U SiaiMlB yiililij w Whose affairs aro guulcd by a strong Board of Directors, many of whom are known to you. You II find every officer and employee courteous, tho service prompt, and your account appreciated. Let U3 do business together. YOUR ACCOUNT INVITED 800 small Savings Banks for distribution to our customers. Citizens Bank and Trust Company Main StrecL Bisbee Arizona VIII E. McKee. President. C. A. McDonald, Cashier. O. V. 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