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Globe Daily Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - April 26, 1910, Globe, Arizona Page two the Daili Bellver Belt the Silver Belt publishing co. H. H. Ii Iener in 0. Holdsworth official official newspaper of tiie county of Gila newspaper of tiie City of Globe subscription rates strictly in Advance daily by mail Ono year $7.50 daily by mall six months 4.00 daily by Carrier six months 4.00 daily by Carrier Ono month 75 weekly Ono year.2.50 weekly six months 1.25 member of associated press entered at Tho Postof fico in Oloc ariz., As second Clas s mail. The Silver Belt has a larger paid circulation than any daily newspaper in the world published in a City with 12,000 or less a thought for today when Fortune is on our Side popular favor bears her company. Let us make haste the rejection of the Union High school idea by a majority of the outside districts is simply a fulfilment of Tho prediction made by the Silver Belt at the Timo this move was started by a com Mittee from the chamber of Commerce. The Sil ver Belt pointed out the grounds upon which objections would be based and Tho returns show this paper was absolutely Correct in its deductions. In taking the stand at the time it did the Silver Belt believed that it would hasten action along lines that would to acceptable to Tho peo ple and give to Globe at Tho opening of the next school year a High school building to to paid for by the taxpayers in school District no. 1. But Tho committee had Hopes that the outside districts at least a majority of them would join with no. 1 and erect the Union building and the matter was allowed to go to the full limit. A Union with Copper Hill and Manri has also been discouraged and it is now up to Globe to assume the entire responsibility or forego a High school altogether. The overcrowded condition of the Grade rooms has made it necessary for the school at the end of this term. If immediate action is not taken the High school will not be opened next year. It is important then that immediate Steps be taken looking toward a Bond Issue of sufficient size to cover the expense of purchasing a lot and building and equipping a High school. There is considerable opposition to remodelling the old Central school building and using it for High school purposes. It is claimed by seeming Good authority that Tho architecture of the Structure will not permit of this and another objection which is even stronger is that about 90 per cent of the High school pupils reside East of Broad Street. The Silver Belt believes that $50,000 will easily cover the expense of securing a lot and constructing and equipping the building. It would be Good business sense if the school Board would ascertain the approximate Cost of lot and building and then Call for a Bond Issue to cover this expense. It is important that immediate action should be taken. When the Board of supervisors meet to arrange a tax Levy that percentage for Higl school maintenance will be omitted if no pro vision is made for a school. Of the people vote the Bond Issue it will be an easy matter for the trustees to secure a temporary room for the High school classes pending the completion of the new building which should not be later than january 1, on the same Day Milwaukee went into the hands of the socialists and an american heiress married an american Man. These experiments will serve to keep general interest alive for some time to come. If Roosevelt succeeds in not commenting on the promised retirement of senator Aldrich to will certainly have proved himself greater than the Man who Tabeth a City. An Oshkosh woman has secured a divorce on the ground that her husband took Only four Baths a year. The wonder is that she waited a year to find out. Aldrich has seen the writing on the Wall and if Cannon would Stop puffing awhile maybe the smoke would Clear away enough so he could see it too. It s awfully hard to believe that the Man who found the goods on you made the discovery by Accident. Matrimony is about the Only thing that will take All the conceit out of a silly woman. But somehow we can t help but wonder Aldrich in t merely a sacrifice. If Little cold nerve will get a Man a bigger reputation for ability than a head full of brains. Votes for women the question whether a woman shall be allowed to vote in t entirely a question of their fit Ness to vote for that can be demonstrated Only by giving them a Chance to vote. It in t entirely a question of whether All of them a majority of them or any of them desire to vote though if a majority of them ardently desired the ballot the fact would have a bearing because they would get it very promptly. When Northern administrators of the states lately in the rebellion conferred Tho suffrage on the negro nobody appears to have considered at All whether Tho negro cared about voting. That was not a Point to be deeply considered for the negro had been so used to not voting that he had not had time or occasion to consider whether he wanted to vote or not. The question Sim ply was whether the negro had a right to the ballot and that question was altogether aside from the question whether he wanted the ballot. It is much the same Way with the question of woman s suffrage. The Issue of woman s suffrage is simply a question whether there is anything inherent in manhood or womanhood that should make i necessary to restrict the suffrage to men. That leaves out of consideration advisedly the ques Tion whether women wish to vote because they Are so used to not voting that it is not Surpris ing that comparatively few of them really know whether or not they wish to vote. It also leaves out of consideration advisedly the question of no user Lioy Are hated to vote because it would not be surprising if Many of them lacked the training essential to an intelligent use of the ballot in View of the fact that having no votes they Haven t had occasion to acquire that train ing. Very Likely if they were Given the ballot they would Boas anxious to vote As men non. Undoubtedly if they were Given the ballot it would be but a Short time before women were As Well qualified to vote As men if they Are not As Well qualified already. Women vote already in four states on the same terms As men. In those states nothing very remarkable Lias happened. The woman vote unquestionably is an impulse toward better things. In Many respects its use is governed by a clearer vision of the objectives of human Progress than is the Man vote. In some respects perhaps it is not used quite so Well because As yet women Haven t had much encouragement to study Large affairs. The fears of opponents of woman s suffrage that it will ruin womankind Are not justified by the results in Colorado Idaho Wyoming arid Utah. Neither Are the Hopes of those who expect woman s suffrage to bring on the millennium m a minute. Whether or not women should vote in t Likely to be so absorbing a question from now on As when women will begin to vote. The question whether they ought to vote is either proved in the affirmative or begged by those who pretend to prove the contrary. The fear of harm to society from the votes of women is absurd. The fear of harm to womankind from Contact with Public affairs is equally absurd As anybody must admit who knows of the present innumerable activities of women in Public affairs even now that they have no votes. Tariff is a tax import duties Are no More and no less than a tax. The people Are paying this tax in the form of increased prices of foodstuffs clothing and rents. The tax thus paid does not All go to the government but principally to the coffers of the Tariff trusts. In a notable address at Columbia University to the Academy of political science a. B. Far qua a a prominent manufacturer gave the above Clear cd t definition of the word protect whether for Good or for ill declared this economic student the Tariff tax is actually a tax and it is treating the people unfairly to deny disguise or conceal its actual effect in in creasing the living expenses of the great mass of our citizens the Consumers of protected go ods. It is estimated that in 1903 the Cost of living was nearly 12 per cent higher than it would have been without a Tariff. Hence calculating that the average family consumed $941 Worth of sup plies per annul its increased payment on account of the Tariff was $111. Of this $111, $16.50 Avent into the government collections and $94.50 went to the trusts in higher prices. Of this $94.50, $9.25 was on woolens More than $17 on other clothing $0.25 on furniture $4.25 on beef and Mutton and pork $10.25 on building Materi als and so on. Since the scale of average prices Rose g2 per cent Between 189g and 1910, while the Rise in free Trade England was but 27 or 29 per cent it is significant that our protective Tariff must have played an important part in making the difference. The True fight for us is not against the existence of corporations but against their abuses. Let them keep their legitimate profits but take away the exorbitant profits we pour into their laps by a Tariff tax for their Benefit in a word remove or greatly reduce the import duties on Trust mad e articles. Of eggs Are unduly dear or butter because daily a Tzona Silver Belt Price Here and in Canada to a level by abolish ing the Tariff at the Frontier. If the beef Trust makes meat costly admit in Competition the product of other countries. In this country the number of people is fewer than double that of cattle while in Argentine there Are six cattle for every human inhabitant but our Laws Tell us that every advantage of that food wealth must go elsewhere and our own people be Lef at the mercy of the beef Trust. But the most flagrant robbery of our people by the custom House for the Benefit of favored interests is in the operation of schedule a Wool and woolens which president Taft declared to be i defensive. It is full of jokers and other iniquities Andrias much to do with the High Cost of living to All who Wear woolens or who a uld Wear them if not forced to the use of inferior in the Halls of Congress by Tav. Special Washin too . Washington d. A april 25. The re cent democratic Victory in the Rochester n. Y., District is of no National importance. It was wholly a local affair. Our committee took no notice of the this declaration by representative Mckinley of Illinois chairman of the Republican congressional committee is typical of the political Blind Ness of Many of the stand patters. Even As they Are being driven Back and out of Public life they deny absolutely that such is the Case. Cases in Point Are those of senator Aldrich of Rhode Island senator Hale of Maine and representative Lowden of Illinois All of whom have announced that they will not accept re election. Senator Hale made the fight of his life that he might remain in the Senate but finding sentiment in his state was hostile he announced that he would not be a candidate for until within the last month senator Ilalue has scoffed at the idea that he could not control his own state. As Early As 1908 it was clearly apparent to All save Hale himself that his persist ent representation of special interests his in difference to Public welfare and his arrogant disregard for Public opinion had aroused in his state a sentiment of such extreme hostility that it could not be suppressed. Notwithstanding Aldrich s announcement his opponents Here say they do not credit his state ment viewing it As intended for political effect and not made in Good Faith. If the next Rhode Island legislature is Republican Many believe Aldrich will permit himself to bed Al though for the Sake of appearance he May de Clare that such action was against his wishes. Of the next Rhode Island legislature should Hap pen to be democratic Aldrich will Denly that it was a personal defeat in All probability explain ing that he was not a candidate for Between now and the fall elections the Public May expect to hear of Many Stan Pat republicans declining it is said two or three members of the House will do so within the next few Days. This May be accepted As an indication of the breaking up of the Republican party. The authentic figures of the recent Rochester n. Y., election have now been received and they go a. Long Way in explaining wiry a Republican stand Patter would be justified in refusing to accept renomination figures of Haven s sweep havens Aldridge dem rep Rochester City 18,389 14,043 country towns 6,419 4,344 total 24,808 havens plurality comparison 1908 plurality of Republican candidate in 1908 10,107. Total change in votes 15,998. Democratic gain in totals 1,950, Republican loss in totals 14,04s 18,977 5,831. With pointed paragraphs Success Means hard work and so does the Lack of it. It s difficult to convince girls that marriage is a failure. Better marry a girl who whistles than one who whines. In Tho hands of a woman mightier than a sword. A boy s idea of hero one who licks other boy size larger. He s poor Man who his time and neglects his opportunities. Lend Man once and he will not Tuso to let you do again. A can is a is an a a a re it a girl does t need a reason for getting mar ried. All she asks is a Chance. A Bachelor May have More than he what to do with but a married Man never has. It May be belter to have loved and lost than never to have loved at All yet both have their advantages. Al s in a in i until Tuuu Uii inn Yii Aru wjic11 a woman begins to lower her voice. She is Are a cold storage Trust controls them bring the i paring to ask a favor. Opener wastes Money Money knows government by parties the party which is absolutely in control of the government of the United states is As absolutely controlled by interests which look upon the people of the United states As material for spoils. The spectacle in t pretty or encouraging and it will be Small wonder if it leads to serious consideration of the question whether govern ment by parties is quite the Best form of govern ment imaginable. Government by parties has had a full Chance to show what it can do and the fruits of that Opportunity Are Rockefeller Carnegie Morgan Taft Aldrich Cannon the infamous Aldrich Payne Taft Tariff Bill and widespread suffering from High Cost of living accompanied by a very restricted enjoyment of Rich pickings from excessive profits with the growing menace of pauperism and crime underneath it All. The kind of Progress which has come out of government by parties clearly is a kind which Tho Rockefeller and the morgans enjoy very much More than do the hobbies and Smiths and Joneses. The Only kind of Progress at All encouraging to the common or Garden variety of people is that kind which has come when partisanship has been Flung to the winds and Public officials obey ing Willy or Nilly the irresistible Force of out raged Public sentiment have made Small raids upon the preserves of special privilege and Cap tured slight gains for the Plain people. The longest step ahead yet taken was that involved in chasing speaker Cannon out of the House committee on rules and making that com Mittee elective by the House membership. That step was taken Only when a minority of the re publican congressmen joined with the democratic minority to do it. Thereby the insurgents became traitors to their party As the majority of that party construes it yet it was Only by be ing traitors to their party that they could be faithful to the people. Such an Alliance would no have been possible five years ago and that it is possible now is highly encouraging chiefly because it shows a Drift away from government by parties. The removal of Cannon from the committee on rules was a Triumph of patriotism Over partisanship. The packing of the new committee with men amenable to the interests was a Triumph of partisanship Over patriotism. By party Rule a new tyranny has Arisen More Viel and More dearly than any before in history because it comes masquerading As democracy. If the pending problems in this country All of which Are parts of the one big problem of whether privilege or people shall Rule the nation could be grasped fairly and considered solely on their merits they would be settled in a Jiffy. Morning smiles i can t get along with that but have you tried diplomacy my dear i have. Today i handed the minx her he s a queer what makes you think so somebody gave him a Silver match Box for Christmas and he still keeps his matches in he it looks to me As if Mccrabbe intends to discharge the Butler. She How much nicer it would be if the Butler could discharge Mccrabbe. Crawford Don t you miss the theater living out Here in this one hours e town suburbs Why Man we see plays Here that you never see in new York. Mrs. De swell sarcastically your husband has never spent any time travelling through Europe has he mrs. Plain face no John has never been indicted. The Rev. Or. Deacon Good Leig h walked right out of the Church in the mid dle of the Sermon. I wonder if i offended him. Mrs. Goodleigh Don t let that worry you doctor. He has been a somnambulist for Vears. All i got for my trouble was a thank you " said the Man who begrudge Friendly Effort. You re Lucky i replied the billionaire. I m expected to say thank you to people who find me a suitable method of giving my Money i am satisfied with your account of my Dis covery declared the scientist. I told you that it would be impossible to exaggerate the importance of this discover Avell said the reporter. You did t Holmes you be got a Morris chair at your House i suppose Ilen Peck yes. Holmes great for Comfort Don t you enjoy it Newpeck t do when i get a Chance but mar tha s cat usually beats me to it. Us Dasiy april 26, 1910, obm9o Zibba a particular service for particular people they Aro pleased with our laundry work Tho rest of course. Systematic thorough painstaking work enables us to get your laundry work out Tho Day to Promise it and its Quality i guaranteed. Give us a trial or Der. You la not regret it. Arizona steam laundry phone 389 j. E. Merriam building contractor building estimates promptly furnished work guaranteed Box 491 office Corner Oak and Hill Fred w. 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