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title: 'Bisbee daily review. (Bisbee, Ariz.) 1901-1971, March 17, 1903, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6',
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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 17h. 1903.
I Martin Tnnp$) Son t
9 JV"V WW -
EL, PASO, Tex.
i Wrapping Paper,
' Wooden Ware
I IT PLEASES US TO QUOTE RRICES
AND SEND SAMPLES...
Hot Things in a Warm Town
We can furnish your kouse from cellar to garret. Our stock
of furniture, carpets and crockery 5s the largest and moat
up" to date south of Chicago, it js worth a trip to El Paso
to see our store alone.
- SpringersFurniture, Carpets and' Crockery
216 & 218 San Antonio St., El Paso, Tex
El Paso Foundry & Machine Co.
THE NONUNION WORKER
"For every twenty union men
there are eighty nonunion men.
Laboring men may hate capi
talists, tut labor's hatred for
labor bums like a flame, cats
tike nitric acid. Is 'malignant
beyond all description."
Write for estimates on:
Iron, Steel, Brass and Boiler Work
Laigest plant of its kind
n he Southwest
El Paso, Tex.
C. R. Moorhead, President
Joseph Magoffin, Vice-President
J. C. Lackland, Cashier.
J. H. Russell, Asst. Cashier.
The State National Bank
of EL PSO, TEXAS
Transacts a General Banking Business
'Solicits the accounts of Banks, Corporations, firms and individuals.
Ttie H. L,esinsk:y Company
EI Paso, Texas
Quick service to points in southeastern Arizona and Sonora. Mail
ciders have the best attention. We sell to dealers only.
Is an 8 year old Bourbon whiskey, as ed In wood and bottled In bond under
direct supervision of the U. S. Govern ment. This is an absolute guarantee
of the purity of the good. If your de aler does not keep it we will send it
direct to you.
HOUCK & DIETER CO. - EL PASO, TEX.
w- i ' L- !' SAL, j- LJ-
miA.' """2 si' 1 S
OF THE WORLD
We Carry a complete line of RocK Drills "El
Repairs also Compressors and Diamond Drills
at oar BRANCH HOUSE, EL PASO, TEX.
the SULLIVAN MACHINLRY CO.
"The time has come for
union men to throw awaj
their guns and clubs and to
use their noble ideas of urloa
for mutual betterment, for
unity of action, for the diffu
sion of intelligence."
j AN INTRODUCTION
Ey Rev. Dr. NEWELL DWIGHT I1ILLIS of BrooHyn
VERY SENSIBLE MAN BELIEVES IN CAPITAL AND
ITS HONEST COMBINATION, AND EVERY SENSIBLE
MAN BELIEVES IN NOT SIMPLY THE RIGHT OF
LABOR TO ORGANIZE. BUT ITS DUTY IN THE IN
TEREST OF SELF DEFENSE AGAINST OPPRESSIVE
And the history of trades unionism, its gain in
wages, the lessening of the hours of labor, its gains in intelligence
and the character cf many of its leaders have justified and vindi
cated the labor unvement. But the nonunion men, who represent
SO per cent of the trades, whose sons are forbidden the right to be
come apprentices and whose wrongs are above- all other wrongs
whatsoever, justify a plea.
How it stirs wonder that it is necessary to justify the non
union man's right to refuse to join a union. MEN DIFFER ON
EVERYTHING ELSE. WHY MAY THEY NOT HAVE
THE RIGHT TO DIFFER AS TO ORGANIZED LABOR I
The union man has a riht to decide how many hours he will
work and at what wage lie will Work.
THE NONUNION MAN HAS A RIGHT TO DELIBERATELY CON
SIDE". THE REASONS FOR THE UNION AND ALSO TO REFUSE
TO JOIN IT IN HIS OWN HAPPINESS AMD WELFARE.
For every twenty union men and th"ir families there are eighty
nonunion men with their families. These laboring men may hate
capitalists, BUT LABOR'S HATRED FOR IJLBOR BURNS
LIKE A FLAME, EATS LIKE NITRIC ACID, is malignant
beyond all description.
Pitiful is the condition of the nonunion men in the anthracite
region. In that region there are 25,000 men who have been work-
in", or trving to work. Now the rich operators have deserted them.
Yet these nonunion men are chiefly American. They have families,
they have homes. They have something at stake. They wanted
to work ; they may have been foolish and mistaken,, but they had a
right to live.
If the union men should say, "Wo do honest work, we ask an
honest wage, wc want our share of the products of our labor, and
we appeal to the sense of justice and fair play in our fellows ; we
will not kill nor permit killing; we forswear the club and the fire
brand and the boycott; we stand on the constitutioa and appeal to
the laws of the land," from that hour all nonunion men would be
come union men as well as patriots and citizens. And public opinion
would make labor invincible.
THE TIME HAS COME FOR UNION MEN TO THROW AWAY
THEIR GUNS AND CLUBS AND TO USE THEIR NOBLE IDEAS OF
UNION FOR MUTUAL BETTERMENT, FOR UNITY' OF ACTION, FOR
THE DIFFUSION OF INTELLIGENCE.
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W. G. WALZ COMPANY
Established In El Paso 1881
Incorporated Paid Up Capital 550,000.
Vhnl.rnle and Retull Dealers
tt;ii ,.!f.titr Hrh tmAt nlanos and orEans. Write
for catalogue and prices on all kinds of musical in
The North Pole
May Be Reached
By Lieutenant R- E. PEARY 1 B 0 E
El Paso, Texas. j
Krakauer, Zork & Moye
Hardware, Ranch and Mining
Supplies, Pipe and Pipe Fittings
Paints, Oil and Glass
Agents for Canton Steel. lola Cement, Bain Wagons, Miller Ranges,
Atlas Powder, Samson Windiallls. etc.
P. 0. Box 15 300 El Paso St., EI Pssojex.
And Dealer in Gent's Furnishing Goods
First-Class Fit Guaranteed.
104 El Paso Street,.EX Paso, Texas
and Fine Gold Jewelry
A. H. RICHARDS
103 El Paso Street, El Paso Grand Central Block
Prompt attention given to mall orders and repairing.
H"I' ! frl,I"t',"l'"t',t"t"t"t"t"t"t' t"Il,H'Mt'
to the best" Jewelry store in the citv will cost you nothing
unless you buy something (which you are very apt to do
when, you see our goods.)
WE HAVE THE BEST ...
If we have not got Just what you want we will take
pleasureHn'- orderttiglt for- you no" matter how small, and
if It.should not prove -just what' you -want, you "do not
need to take IL We take all the chances. TRY US.
W.;T. HIXSON & CO.,
111 San Antonio Street, El Paso, Texas.
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EL PA80, TEXA8
HE way to reacb the pole is to go as far north as
the season will permit and then wait for a favor
able opportunity to make the rest of the journey
over the ice. It is impossible to tell when an open
season will occur which will allow a party to travel
over the ice, but if one is at the limit of the land,
which is in latitude S3 degrees, the opportunity
is bound to come when the remaining distance can
be traveled. Of course it requires funds to estab
lish a station and remain there perhaps one year,
perhaps two, perhaps three or four. But the op
portunity is bound to come.
T have set the limit at ten years. That is more
or less guesswork, of course, but I All CONFIDENT THAT
TTJV -pnT.T! mmD TCE IiEACTIED INSIDE OF TEAT
LIMIT. I have said $200,000 will be required because I have been
up there now for four years and I have spent inside of $100,000. In
order to be successful one must be provided, with funds to enable
one to go as far north as possible and then to be able to wait there
until the season and other circumstances allow him to proceed.
K K K
If you will imagine all the big buildings of Xcw York thrown
down by an earthquake and covered with two feet of snow, you
will then get some idea of the frozen arctic sea3. In some seasons
it is impossible to travel over the ice floes for any distance. In othor
years the ice will be comparatively smooth, so that sledges can make
good time. It all depends .upon the weather conditions when the
ice .is packing. .v . -
If there is much, wind when the" pack is forming, the edges will
,bc upturned and" so rough 'that it cannot be traversed by the sledges.
Again, the pack may be comparatively smooth, with vast quantities
of snow covering it, through which the sledg?s cannot pas3.
n . k
WHEN A SEASON COMES WHEN THE ICE IS COMPARA
TIVELY SMOOTH AND THERE IS LITTLE SNOW, THEN IT IS
PERFECTLY FEASIBLE TO START FOR THE POLE AND MAKE
IT THAT IS, IF YOU ARE ON THE GROUND, ALL READY TO
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
I ATTRIBUTE THE FAILURE OF THE QUEST TOR
THE POLE THUS FAR TO THE LACK OF FUNDS, AND
I DO NOT SEE ANY PROSPECT OF FURTHER EX
PLORATIONS JUST NOW, AS NO jTUNDS ARE IN
SIGHT. ALL MY OWN MONEY HAS BEEN- SPENT IN
EXPLORATIONS, AS WELL AS OTHER FUNDS.
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B. L. Berkcy Machinery Co.
Portable aad Standard
Can be operated with
liorse, Gasoline or
We carry also, a large stock of
galvanized tanks, knocked
down ready for shipment.
Send for Catalogue.
El Paso, Texas
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Pumps Assay Supplies
IheMine and Smelter Supply Co.
El Paso, Texas
Machinery & Mining Supplies
N. A. Comstock, President
C. N. TIBBITS, Local Hgr.
J. G. Erickson, Sec. and Treas.
E3 Paso Safe and Specialty Co.
Complete Plans and Specifications Furnished
for all Classes of BanK WorH
southwestern Dealers for HALLS' SAFE CO, Cincinnati, Ohio
The Toledo Springless Automatic Computing Scales, The Ideal Cash
Register, and a full line of art metal office specialties.
332 ElPaso Street, ElPaso, Texas
Of all Kinds
El Paso - Texas