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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Friday, August 23, 1907
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UNION ( jg) L ABEL
years when tho war ended, to indulgo
in snuh talk is pure demagogy.
A lower dopth was Hounded by this
llaiuboyaut speaker in his declaration
that "a Texas negro iMin bo made as
good as a Massachusetts white man,
but ho cannot bo made ns good as a
Texas white man." To this appeal to
besotted ignorance and projudiee tho
report says there was u tromondouH ap
plause" which is, of course, what Bai
ley was after.
And this is tho man who was the
Democratic leader in tho souato and
has been mentioned for the presidency!
It is not strange that the .intelligent
Domocrnts of tho south aro backward in
presenting a candidate for that nomina
tion. So few of their politicians aro
safe against "putting their foot in it"
whonovor they open their mouths.
Thero is a noticeable slump in presi
dential booms, due to tho telegraphers'
Don't forgot that tho chamber of
coiniiioreo will bo tho ollicinl booster!
of Olnbo and tho Globo district. Get
your namo on tho roll.
They aro going to hold a "Bailey
barbeeuo" in Kockwell, Toxas, next
week. Just as though the senator from
Texas had not already been sufficiently
AVUliam J. Bryan was in a wreck in
northern Illinois tho other day and
When .ho had roscued himself from tho
debris he humorously remarked that it
wis his fourth. Wonder if ho counted
tho two in 1S0G and 1000.
Many of Thorn Duo to Panic and Not a
Tow to Ignoranco
There scorns to bo troublo in the
ranks of the Arizona National Guard.
The militiamen will probably suffer
more than ever from tho pangs of jeal
ousy when they read of the Postal Tel
egraph company having appealed to
tho fcdcial authorities for protection
at Ash Fork instead of to them.
Pirst Assistant General Postmaster
llitohcook was interviewed at Albuquerque-
after his Arizona visit and
"was strong in his denunciation of tho
stories circulated to tho effect that
IJoosovclt was not popular in Arizona."
And still, Mr. Hitchcock only camo to
Arizona on postodico business instead
of a political mission. Well, Mr. Itoose
volt is mighty popular with the men
whom Hitchcock herded with whilo in
tills territory, most of them having been
appointed to fat jobs by the president
Tho expected has transpired. The
Western Federation of Miners has been
accused of tho recont shooting up of
tho Po3tal office at Ash Fork. Tho El
Paso Times says editorially: "Reports
indicate that tho business people of Ash
Fork aro inclined to the belief that
Western Federation thugs mado tho
murderous assault on tho Postal telo
graph office at Ash Fork." In view of
the fact that Ash Fork is not even a
mining camp and that tho "business
people-" of that railroad junction con
sist of the manager of the Harvey house
and tho railroad agent, such a state
ment appears extremely ridiculous, and
wo doubt if thero is a member of the
miners' organization within a hundred
miles of Ash Fork. Tho "murderous
attack" on tho Postal office was merely
an attempt to "senro up" tho oper
ators who remained at work or certainly
there would have been a list of fatal
ioits. While we are not tho mouthpiece of
the miners' union and on tho contrary
have been accused of being "an avowed
enemy" of tho same, still the spirit of
fairness prompts us to tako tho stand
in their behalf. Since last spring thoy
have been struggling for supremacy at
Bisbco and they havo had opposition
of a nature to arouso them to violenco
had they been inclined that way, but
nothing of tho sort has been reported
from that camp.
And to think that a littlo thing like
tho shooting out of window lights in
"wild and woolly" Arizona would call
for an appeal to tho federal government
for troops! Can't tho Postal take a
Not a day passes without its record
of deaths by drowning. People stand
"helpless on tho beach" and watch the
victims go down to riso no more. A
majority of people, T havo learned by
oxporiouco, aro afraid of (loop water;
and so horrible are tho accounts of the
way a drowning person grasps a would
be rescuer around tho neck in a death
loek, that oven tho bravest men hesitate
to venture forth nt tho call for help.
"A drowning man cntches at straws."
Yea, verily. And tho weakest con
sumptive is a giant when ho feels tho
tugging of tho wntors. His grip is as
that of a boa constrictor. It is not for
lack of courage that men do not always
hurry to save, or try to save; but a
drillcd-in knowledge of the uselcssucs.-?
of tho effort.
I should like to sec ovory ono that is
inclined to tnko chances whon bathing
wear a pneumatic corset. It could be
made of feather woight, and would not
in tllo slightest intcrfero with perfect
body freedom. It could bo made to
hold only half a foot of cubic air and
that would be sufficient to save many a
life. Tho specific gravity of the body
is slightly greater than that of water.
A man weighing 145 pounds can be
easily lifted whon undor water by the
tip of your littlo finger. I mean a live
man, whoso lungs havo not been emptied
of air and filled with water.
Why do we drown! Simply because
we allow our lungs to be completely
deprived of oxygon. This causes as
phyxia. Human beings are not adapt
ed to extract tho oxygen dissolved in
water; first because the amount is on
ly one-third of that required to supply
tho needs of tho processes of diffusion,
which takes place in the lungs; and,
secondly because the air or fluid, taken
in through tho mouth must return the
samo way, there being .no second open
ing and rapid, constant stream like that
by which in fishos a very great quan
tity of water passes over tho gills in a
very short time.
Completo deprivation of oxygen re
sults in death after from three to five
minutes. Recovery is unlikely if tho
submersion has lasted longer than four
minutes. Tho drowning person becomes
panicky and sinks, at tho samo time
drawing into tho lungs a quantity of
water. If ho fights hard he will come
to tho surfaco and remain there. until
exhausted, when ho will sink a second
time and get moro water into his lungs.
This may bo repeated several times,
though our popular notion is that tho
third sinking is a permanent farewell.
I saw a drowned boy on tho sands. Ho
had simply gone under thrco times and
tho crowd, after a littlo rubbing (and
rubboring) gavo him up as positively
dead beyond hope of recovery. A sen
sible man, a young doctor, an athletic
follow, happened to drop in. "Lot me.
look; was this boy hurt? Any bones
broken? Did ho have a fall?" With
out waiting for an answer ho got busy.
In fifteen minutes ho had the dead boy
breathing quietly and that boy is now
a great, big, husky follow, with money
to burn or throw nt the cats. II0 would
givo his right arm to find that doctor.
You will understand, of course, that
a man jumping off tho Brooklyn bridgo
and smashing himsolf almost into a
jolly doesn't dio of drowning. Death
in that caso is duo to shock. Also a
person in diving may hit a rock, or
sunken beam,- or may rccoivo such in
juries in many ways that causo death,
regardless of asphyxia. I cannot dwell
on theso accidents. But it is most dis
tressing that so many drownings occur
daily just becauso pcoplo will persist in
filling their lungs with water, and can
not bo resuscitated because people will
not work long enough to get rid of tho
water and reintroduce air. New York
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Last Big Telograpors' Striko Occurred
in 1883 and Company Won It After
Mon Had Been Out a Month, Com
pany Refused to Arbltrato Then.
In view of tho widespread character
of tho great strike of telegraphers, it
is worth recalling that tho previous
struggle botweon tho Western Union
and employees, which took pluco in
1S8JJ, was won by tho company after a
Whilo tho conditions of tho telegraph
business havo changed greatly sinco
tho previous strike of operators, tho
causes lending to tho troubles which
now exist are, in tho main, the samo as
those which precipitated tho walkout
on July 10, 1883, on orders of John
Campbell, master workman of tho
Brotherhood of Telegraphers, nffiliatod
with tho Knights of Labor. " Tho next
day tho linemen struck.
Campbell's ordor to striko followed
weeks of treating with tho companies
thero wcro sovoral small companies
besides the Westorn Union then doing
business in iNow York and the east in
which recognition of tho union, extra
compensation for Sunday work, eight
hours work for day men and soven for
night workors, and 15 per cent increase
in wages woro demanded.
For thoso demands nine thousand op-
orators, according to tho figures given to
a souato investigating committco by
Campbell, struek and tho great majority
romaincd out until August 17, when tho
loadors of tho brotherhood advised the
operators that it was useless to con
tinue tho striko aud that all who wished
should apply for their old positions at
This decision was precipitated by
heavy desertions from the ranks the
preceding days, when it becamo ap
paient that tho Western Union had
won and that thoso who would get their
old places back must apply whilo there
wcro any positions left.
For many days during that striko
tho telegraph business of the country
was badly crippled. Tho Westorn Union
closed every branch offico in New York
city except thoso in tho stock and pro
duco exchanges, tho Fifth Avenue hotel
and ono in Harlem, and tho money or
der business was suspended.
Other cities had similar troublo while
smaller places where tho operators and
managers wero non-union and refused
to quit were Closed becauso tho men
wcro sent into New York and other
important contcrs to work tlio wires.
Commercial interests for a whilo suf
fered sovorely, notably that of several
of tho commercial exchanges, and these
bodies, to a largo extent sympathizing
with tho men, used every cflort to sc
euro arbitration of tho troubles.
Throughout tho Western Union com
pany refused to arbitrate.
For several days after July 19 the
company had difficulty in handling the
business, but it gradually recruited a
forco of operators until tho service was
rapidly assuming its normal stato when
the brotherhood leaders saw the futility
of further effort and sent their followers
back to work.
Of thoso who went on strike, many
were refused re-employment, and those
who were taken back wcro compelled
to sign a promiso not to engago in nny
further strikes. Most of tho leaders
were among thoso who wcro not taken
back and thoy wcro forced to seek em
ployment with privato enterprises.
Master Workman Campbell, in ex
plaining the defeat of tho operators and
linemen, said it was not through lack
of money, but becauso tho Western
Union had tho greatest staying power.
Amorican Cleaning Works, next door
to Wells Fargo. All work guaranteed.
WANTED At Black Warrior, six good
houso carpenters. Warrior Copper Co.
WANTED Arizona Silver Bolt (wcok
ly) issued July 21, 1007. This offico.
WANTED Tho Globo National Bank
wants you to havo ono of thoir reg
istered koy rings. Call at once.
WANTED Engineer for 25 II. P. gas
olino hoist, Weston engine. Should
understand tool sharpening. Apply
F. J. Kaldenborg, president Live Oak
Copper Co., Kinney House. 270
WANTED To trade flvo-room house
for Jnxpiration stock. T. L. Scebold.
WANTED Subscription solicitor for
tho Daily Arizona Silver Belt. Lib
eral commission. This offico. tf
WANTED Everybody to get their
suits made at tho Globo tailors at
tho bridge. Wo make $10 suits nnd
$15 suits for $35 and givo a pair of
pants free. J. L. Fredlihp, the Globe
SITUATION WANTED by a compotont
colored man as a first-class meat and
pastry cook for boarding, apartment
or hotel, address Postofiico II. M.
Box 1120. 203
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Mrs. J. Harvny Harris, opposito tho
schoolhouso on old Ballground. tf
FOE RENT Room In tho Postoffice
building. Apply at Sllvor Belt offico.
FOR RENT Furnished room, first
houso west of Globo Bank & Savings
Co. on Cedar street. 208tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at 320
Oak street. tf
FOR SALE Three-room house, Apply
Julo Maurcl, box 221, or Cement
WANTED By good dressmaker, places
to sew by tho day. Call room 0, 301
N. Broad. 270
CURL WANTED To do general house
work. 178 E. Oak. tf
FOR RENT Part of room occupied by
J. L. Fredlihp, tho tailor, opposito
bridge, N. Broad street; good location
for sober shoemaker. 270
FOR RENT A nice largo front room,
centrally located. 219 K. Oak St.
FOR SALE A Remington Standard
typewriter at less than half price.
Apply room 17, Trust Bldg. 272
Ohallcngo to Olobo Regulars
Tho people of Globo aro anxious to
sco a gamo of ball played between the
Globo Regulars and tho Mandolin club.
Tho Mandolins belicvo they can givo
tho Regulars a closer gamo than any
outside team that has been here. Ac
ceptance of this challenge should bo ad
dressed to tho Mandolin club. If not
ucccptcd, state your reasons why. How
about it, Globo Regulars? 272
A picture that no one should miss
seeing at the Alexander tonight. Bring
Rlug up 372 for n painter. Vnn Wag
cnon will call on you and givo you a
Another Drunkard in Town
Ho was at tho Iris last night in an
intoxicated condition. But lie made
plenty of fun for tho audience. Sep
The most up-to-dato studio in tho city.
View work of nil kinds. We aro always
reaily. Call and see us.
For the Summer Time
A Large Stock of
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
Child's Go Carts and
o Opposite Miner s Union Hall R
162 PUSH STREET
The Tabard Inn library station is now
located at Ryan's store. Rend the laic
books for 10 cents. 270
American convicts break jail but aro
captured at tho Alexander tonight.
Storage room phono G01.
Buy a pound of that fnmous -Littleton
Creamery butter at' tho Independent
Market, only -10 cents a pound. tf
Is ono of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class In
bis line. Call and bo convinced.
If thero is any Irish blood in you it
will do your heart good to hear Jen
nings sing "In Old Ireland, Meet Mo
There." Where? At the Alexander, of
"Do you think it makes ono nervous
to cat much meat?" asked the vale
tudinarian. "Yes," answered the economist, "if
he thinks about tho price." Washing
American convicts break jail but arc
captured at the Alexander tonight.
A SOUTHERN "STATESMAN"
Senator Bailey of Texas was ono of
tho southern Democrats frequently men
tioned as an availablo candidato for
the presidency boforo tho legislature of
that stato found it necessary to investi
gate tho chargos of "grnft" brought
against him, and to write its report with
a whitewash brush, says tho Boston
Herald. But other reasons why ho is
to bo considered "impossible," in this
connection, aro supplied every timo ho
makes a speech.
In a haranguo at Gainesville, Tcnn.,
Senator Bailey though himself too
young to havo participated in tho war
against tho Union took occasion to
laud tho community for hnving got rid
of a "Yankee schoolmaster who taught
the children that tho south was wrong
in tho war and that tho southern sol
diers wero robels." A confederate vet
eran might bo pardoned for resenting
Mich teaching, but for n man liko Bai
ley, who was a toddling tot of wo
Tho Tox Hunt
A very interesting picturo nt tho Iris
tonight. Don't miss it.
Go to tho Indian Hot Springs and
tako a swim in tho finest lako in tho
A Quaint Old Bell
Among tho raro mementos of tho old
days in tho federal capital, preserved
by a Washington family, is a small boll
shaped liko an old-fashioned cow boll.
It onco hung in tho offico of tho old
City hotel, in Alexandria, and was con
nected by wiro with tho boll pull in
tho room on tho first floor, opposito tho
parlor of that hotol, which .was used
by AVashington as his headquarters in
Alexandria from tho timo tho building
was erected in 1790 to the timo of nis
death in 1709. This hotol fell into tho
hands of Frederick Schwab exactly as
it stood when Washington entered it
tho last time. In 1S92 Mr. Schwab con
cluded to modernize the hotel, and took
down tho old bolls and boll wires, care
fully preserving thoso of nuthontic his
torical interest. Tim bell which had
been so often jangled by tho strong pull
of General Washington was presented
by Mr. Schwab to Captain Richard M.
Goundio in 1893. Captain Goundio com
manded tho Second Pennsylvania heavy
artillory at tho closo of tho Civil war.
Captain Goundio presented tho. bell lo
his wife ns a birthday present and it
has called her guests to supper overv
birthnight anniversary since that lime.
If you want to enjoy a good rest go
to tho Indian Hot Springs. 209
A picturo that no ono should miss
seeing at the Alexander tonight. Bring
Heroic Snake-bite Curo
"I got a lesson in treating snakebites
a whilo ago that may stand mo in good
stead some day, although I can't say it
was pleasant to learn," said Frank
Hargis. "I was out with a prospecting
party in Nevada, and was crossing ono
of tho arid wastes that mado a largo
part of that stato a desert until tho dis
covery of gold attracted people there.
"Thero wcro two othor eastorn men
besides myself and wo had a veteran
guide with us. Rattlesnakes aro nu
merous in that country, and tho guide
told us to bewaro of them, as thoy aro
just about tho color of tho sand nnd it
is very difficult to sco them. I was
walking along the sand during n short
stop whon a warning rattlo told mo
of a snako in my path. I jumped to ono
sido and almost on top of nnothor snake.
"I just heard it rattlo and then felt
a stinging sensation in my leg. I mado
my way to camp as quickly ns possible
and told my story. Tho guide mado mo
ho down, removed tho thick stocking
through which tho snako 's fangs had
penetrated, and bathed tho wound. Ho
then broko open a cartridge and spread
tho powder in tho open sore. I started
fo protest ifgainst his evident intention,
but ho told mo that it was tho ono
chnnco of saving my life, so 1 kept
"Ho touched off tho powder, the flash
cauterizing tho wound effectively. Ho
then mashed tho leaf of a plant which
grows wild in tho desort nnd applied it
liko a poultice. I went to sloop and
woko up in tho morning suffering with
nothing worso than a very stiff leer.
This lasted for about a wcok and then
13 ono of Globe's oldest and best
known cafc3j everything fir3t-class In
his lino. Call and bo convinced.
Opened in the Old
Will handle strictly first
class Beef, Veal,
All of our meats
come from the
cold storage of
J. A. Mclntyre
Did you ever stop to think
that it was your duty to
your family to buy your
meat where you knew it
was perfectly fresh and
kept in the
Cold Storage In Arizona
All meals are kept in cold storage at least
ten days before being sold to the public
Independent Meat Co.
381 N. BROAD STREET
l was as
well as ever." Milwaukee
Howell Taking off your moustache
makes you flvo years younger.
Powell I don't sco how that can bo.
Tho moustacho was only thrco years
old. Town Topics.
Farmers Making Bread
A beautifully colored picturo at tho
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Equipped with a thoroughly modem
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