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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
In Every Depart
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T NATIONAL BANK
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15 OF TOIL EL THE S
OF THE PROBES OF
ontinucd from Pago Ono) pendent from tlio trickery and mnchin-
;-s 'hat "labor is a commodity to ntions of the so called princos of finance.
( ,ot in tlio open market," and When, in 1S93, tho National Associa-
wages paid to labor were of
controlled by tho law of sup-
orers seemed dofonsoloss; thoy
polled to libido by that inux
Ailed law, cruolly and heart
nod; human hearts, manhood,
..I, childhood, with all that
ll, wero entirely bereft of
o law of supply and demand
ue in nature and in primitive!
editions, no thinking man will
ot when wo realize what sei-
uno and what progress lias
to overcome- tho primitive
f nature; what ha9 been ac-
rn machinery and tools of
o means of transportation of
od of man, tho moans of
o of information and intol-
fact becomes immediately
man has mado nature con-
wnnts and that tho original
tion of Manufacturers was formed it
had a dcfonsiblo purpose to servo, that
of promoting trado, commerce and mar-
j kets and tho elimination of restrictions
and barriors. With tho advent of Sir.
Tarry as its president it was first cov
ertly and then openly diverted from its
original purpose and became an avowed
union-crushing institution. Ho and his
successor, Mr. Post, utilized tho citadel
of unionism firmly, intrenched in tho
hearts and minds of tho workers, thoy
woro repulsed at ovory stop and in thoir
And now, a now Roland has como up
on tho field in tho porsonago of their
successor, Mr. Van Cleave. Ho would
not only follow tho old lino, but striko
out for a new one. Ho recommended
to his last convention, which adopted
tho proposition, that a war fund of a
million and a half dollars should bo
raised which is to bo devoted to what
uid nnni...itili.nt.. .ini..UA.i ti...i
of tho law of supply and . -t , . -.
, , ' . .-. tional" purposes. It was not d fliou t
- been largely overcome, and
further ovorcomo by intel-
preheuivo and detorminod
tho wago-oamors, who by
atcd efl'ort shall rofuso to
rain and braw n, their hearts
rts of those beloved by them
the samo scale with tho side
' ,i bushel of coal.
Ccatcnptiblo Capitalist Antagonism
ji known that in many in-
U " ' T aro employers and em-
v.oeiations with which tho
tbor live in terms of poaco
nt. Employors' organizn-
h an intelligent character
welcome but should bo
With organized labor thoy
' work townrd tho mainten-
ustnal peace, and the minim-
udustrial conflicts with tho
cssation of industry and
tut bv their combined efforts
to discorn, and ciroum3tanccs since huve
demonstrated, that this fund is to bo
dovotcd to tho oiTort to weaken, cripple
and destroy tho unions of labor; tho
unions which aro tho only means of
defense of the workers from tho cupid
ity and greed of the worst elements of
the capitalist class; tho only means by
which tho working people, tho wealth
producers of our country and our timo,
can hopo to secure some of tho advan
tage of advancing civilization, partici
pate in tho progress and becomo largor
sharers of tho woalth which thoy pro
duce. Eight-hour Bill
It was reported to tho Minneapolis
convention that tho majority of tho
committee on labor of tho house, as
made up by tho spoakor, was hostile to
tho intorosts of labor; that hearings
wore hold to prolong tho timo so as
ultimately to prevent tho passago of
dent nt one of tho hearings tho minority
moiiibers of tho committee wcro in n
temporary majority of n quorum of tho
committee presont, and by u voto of
that temporary momentary mnjority or-
dored that tho bill bo reported favor
ably to tho house, with a rccommonda
tion thnt it pass; tho bill wns bo re
ported. Hopresontativo Ruckor of Missouri, in
tho couiso of his speech on tho lloor of
tho house, said in part that when ho
asked tho speaker to recognizo him for
the purpose of miking consideration of
tho eight-hour bill, that ho, tho speaker,
replied in languago mora forcible than
polite that ho would not recognizo him
or any member -of tho houso for tho
purposo of considering that measure.
Wo should seo to it thnt tho oight-
liour bill is introduced in congress in
tho early stages of tho coming session
and press homo tho necessity for its
passago. Tho eight-hour bill proposes to
carry into effect tho intention and spirit
of tho eight-hour law of August 1, 3802.
Progress of Unlou Labol Work
Officers of various organizations ro
port thnt thoro lias boon n moro genornl
demand for union-labeled products this
year than ovor before Tho union labol
is at onco a guarantoo of bettor condi
tions accorded to tho producer of tho
article which it covers and bettor sani
tary and moro healthful conditions un
der wliich it was produced. It is n
means by which pructical nssistnuco
may be rondorod to our fcllow-workora
in tho betterment of thoir fjictory and
homo lives. Effective aid to our fellow
toilers can bo rendored by union work
men and sympathizers with our cause,
insisting upon tho union label. Its re
ward, both to consumer and user is as
great as to tho producor. No sorvico
which wo can render our fellows entails
loss effort and exponso and brings lnrgor
results than tho demand for tho union
label upon every articlo purchased.
It is not too much that our movemont
asks of our fcllow-unionistsjnnd friends
that thoy give thoir loyal support to
tho demand not only for union-labor
products, but union-labeled products.
The union label is tho silent harbinger
of better things to come.
Wo have issued a number of appeals
and nuicli literature upon the subject
of union labels and also a number of
union label bulletins. I recommend that
authority bo given for tho free distri
unions of tho largo number of union
Inbol bulletins now at headquarters.
Secretary Morrison's Eoport
Following the nddress of Prcsidont
Gompors, Socretary Morrison road his
nnnual report, a synopsis of which fol
lows: Follow Workmen I havo tho honor
to submit a report to you of tho receipts
and expenditures for tho pilst twelvo
months, beginning October 1, 190(5, and
onding September 30, 3007.
It is with pnrdonnblo prido that I
report at tho close of this fiscal year
$127,010.02 in tlio trcasurv, tho Iu'l'Ii-
wntor mnrlc in llm lnstnrv nt i,n ,!. I
oration. Of tho amount on hand $103,
078.80 is in tho dofonso fund and can
only bo used for strike bonefits in the
case of a strike or a lockout of tho mem
bora of tlio local trado and federal labor
unions. Tho balance, $28,831.13, is in
tho gonoral fund nnd is nvailablo for
gonoial' expenses of tho American Fed
oration of Labor. Tlio total receipts
from all sources wero $174,330.2(5; tho
totnl oxponsea aro $1G0,0G0.84; leaving
a balanco of rccoipts ovor expenditures
During tho year thoro woro 378 new
charters issued, making a total for tho
past ton years of 0,411, while during
tlio year only fifteen wore revoked, sus
pended nnd disbanded.
Tho Brothorhood of Cnrpontors nnd
Toinors havo mado tho greatest gain in
voting strongth during tho past nine
months, adding 1,920 now members.
In tho matter of tho cost of strikes
tho typographical union leads with an
expenditure during tho year of $1,408,
811.52. Tho iron moulders aro in sec
ond position, having paid out $487,
42i).9J. Tho prcesnt voting strength of tho
federation is 10,419.
Following is the averago membership
paid upon dunn gtho past cloven years:
J 890 310,422.
6L0BE LOOKS 600D
TO A 0IS6EE
SAYS CITY IS APPARENTLY THE
MOST PROSPEROUS IN THE
ARIZONA IS ON A GENUINE BOOM
COMPARED WITH STATES
OF THE EAST
SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE
Ladles', children's and Infants
roady-to-wcar clothes. Millinery, fancy
goods, etc. .Pcoplo's Ca3h Store, Dolph
Baatz, Prop., C8G N. Broad street,
Globo Jobbing Shop. Fred R. Axtcll,
proprietor, 3G0 Dcvereaux, two blocks
cast of Dreamland.
Tho largest stock of overcoats In
Globo. Stoin-Bloch and Alfred Benja
min's at Lantin's.
Looking Over Extensive Mining Inter
osts in This District and Is Well
Pleased with tho Outlook and Work
So far Done Here.
render themselves moro iudc-1 our eight-hour bill; that by mere acci- bution to tlio central bodies and local
Gila Valley, Globe & Northern R. R. Co.
THE COLONEL BOUGHT
A BENZINE FIZZ AND .
HOSTILITIES WERE OFF
INDIAN HOT SPRINGS ROUTE
Tickets on sale each Saturday and
Sunday good returning the following
Sportsmen's Outing Excursions
There was a dispute in tho lobby of
I tho Dominion hotel last evening that
! for n timo threatened to result seriously.
. It began when Superintendent C. C.
g i Mallard of tho Gila Valloy road entered
j tho "lobby with a new-fnnglcd clipper
j built yellow leather cap. Colonel Kw
O, ng started tho row by asking tho ",811
i per" how tho weather was on the Pinal
and whether ho had had a pleasant
sail. Tho railroader took offense, claim '
ing that it was not a yachting, but an
nutomobilo cap, and accused the colunol
of ignornnco as to tho prevailing styles
in headwear. The dispute waxed warm
and it looked decidedly squally when it
was abruptly ended by Mallard taking
of tho "lid" nnd disclosing a pair of
goggles folded iuto the visor. The colo
nel reluctantly admitted that yachting
caps didn't havo goggles and had to
buy tho superintendent a benzino fizz
to squaro himsolf.
Investigate our Special
Now on sale. Good on all Randolph Lines in Arizona:
G. V. G. & N. R- R.
Maricopa & Phoenix
Arizona & Colorado
Phoenix & Eastern
1000 Mile Tickets
2000 Mile tickets
3 l-2c per mile
. 3c per mile
Dates of sale Nov. 9 to 1 7, final limit Nov. 1 9
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avoid the morning rush by purchasing tickets arid
checking baggage a day ahead.
I H. LANDIS, General Agent, GLOBE j
WANTS TO PUNISH VICTIMS
Judgo Thinks Those Who Answer Mat
rimonial "Ads" Need Correction
ST. LOUIS, Mo., November 11.
Judge Dyer of tlio federal court ex
pressed from tlio bench yesterday his
regrets that thero is no law to punish
victims of mntrimoninl advertisements.
Ho had just fined ifrs. Marion .Stiro
$.500 nnd stayed tho sentenco when she
fainted in tho courtroom with a baby
in her arms.
She was charged with defrauding
Micjincl Murtnugh and Michael Mallow
out of $00 each, when they nnswercd
her advertisement for a husband. Tho
judgo wanted to-punish tho folly of the
A meeting of stockholders nnd direct
ors of tho Consolidated Mines Ss Do
volopment company will bo held at tho
Dominion hotel, Tuesday, November 12,
nt 8 p. m. By order of tho president.
P. M. DODGE, Secretary.
Remember that wo havo tho largest
and best selected stock of men's cloth
ing and furnishings in Globe. Lantin's.
Is ono of Globo 's oldc3t and best
known cafes; everything first-lass in
his lino. Call and bo convinced.
Wo framo pictures. Naquin & Co.
Meals served Southorn stylo.
Henry H. Hovlnnd, president of tho
Globo Consolidated Coppor company,
and his partnor, Hoval A. Smith, who
is a director of tho company, nrrived in
tho city Sunday evening fromJMsbeo
nnd will spend a week in Globc.if After
a visit to tho mines yesterday both gen
tlemen expressed tiicmsehes as highly
pleased with the development work at
both tho Gem and Mallory shafts. Tho
Gem is now 3,150 feet deep, just fifty
foot nbovo where sinking will bo stop
ped, as the extonsive lateral work long
since planned is to bo started on tho
1,200-foot level. At tlio Mallory or
Globe-Boston shaft crowcutting is well
under way on tho SCO lovcl.
Mr. Jfovlnnd has recently returned
from an extended visit in the east and
ho had an excellent opportunity of look
ing into financial conditions there.
"I thought things looked bad in Bis
boo whon I left there," he said last
evening at tho Dominion hotel, "nnd I
was hardly prepared for the conditions
I found in tho east. It seemed that
tho farther enst I got conditions became
worso and Now York was the limit.
Financial lossos resulting largoly from
tho shriukage in securities cannot at
this tune bo estimated. As an instance,.!
1 Jiavc a friond in tho east who, whon
I saw him six months ago, had a for
tuno of at least three-quarters of a mil
lion. Ho told mo two wcks ago that
ho had just mortgaged his house.
"Arizona is in far better shape than
any eastern and many western states
at the present time. Copper mines, of
course, have been curtiling their oper-,
ntions to some extent, but this is only
temporary, whilo in tlio oast mills and
factories aro shutting down, throwing
thousands out of employment in the
worst season of tho year. The present
so called panic has caused little or no
actual suffering in Arizona mining
camps and of all of them I believe Globe
looks tho most prosperous. Wo are get
ting right ahead with development work
nt the Globe Consolidated just as though
copper wero selling at 25 cents and we
expect to havo a mine before another
year rolls around."
Look Who's Kero
Two big vaudeville acts and two mov
ing pictures at the Iris tonight. Illus
trated songs by Billy Cummings.
Tho Merchants' Cafo is now located
opposite tho pestofiico and meals and
short orders will bo served.
Try our dinner today.
SaTh Kco'b for underwear and shoes.
393 NORTH BROAD ST.
MR VERY BEST HOT BUST
t the trongett tnd belt hot blut itoe mtde. It Ii a
retlljr wonderful heit'r (will hold Cte jo boon with
klf pill ol ion coil). It wl.l barn A.HYIK1C no
toil ii too cheap or poor for it.
mume nemne power or coil joet up the chimney
heiten ire Died. In
the O. V. B. Hot
Bliit, thii (it l ox
idized tnd burned to
thit test coil It
med and more
Tblt It iccom-
D r a ft ' which
tiket in freih
air at the top ol
the ttorc, hcati
It tomoie thin
force it orei
the upper tur
The (at ii
111 ij jmm a-nrpjTjav
fmmr W.Jji "WBl
Lift-up feed cover.
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In Illustrated Songs
Chas. B. Haynes
Black Faced Comedian
Buck and Wing Dancer
thin it ob
tilned i n
V- a j
. uum IC39 Ham
coal thin a bile burner, to hett the ume room. It
(iret off a uniform heat ind it absolutely air tl(ht.
Don t worry about the price of bird coil. 1 Mi Hoi
.v . . k. -... kvu.HBTciiDoice roryouc
elf. It t. m..4. hjli mmit b.ni.!. I. .'.l
uy other tImiitrttoe teld. See it before you bur.
The Hot Blast Stoves
will pay for Itself in ono sea
sou by saving fuel
Two carloads of
and Steel Ranges.
RURAL FREE DELIVERY COSTLY
Government Pays $35,000,000 Yearly to
Maintain 38,000 Routes
WASHINGTON, D. C, Novomber 11.
Moro thnn 38,000 rural routes aro
now in operation in this country, ac
cording to a statement made public yes
terday by tho Fourth Assistant Post
Tho total number of petitions for
service handled in tho department up
to November 1 was 53,390, upon which
15,237 adverso reports wcro made.
There aro now 1,398 petitions for
routes pending, llurnl freo delivery
now costs tho government moro than
$35,000,000 a year.
Largest assortment of
STOVES in Globe
J. P. M cNeil
Opposite Miners' Union Hall
Standard Transfer Co.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
All Kinds of Heavy Hauling Done
Get a Good Meal at
Directly Opposite Fostoffice
Substantial Home Cooking
Satisfaction our motto. We have
tho best equipped paint store in tho
city. Van Wagenen, next door to tho
poatofiice. Givo us a call.
Latest, safest and most improved
model, guaranteed for economy and re
liability; simplest scientific engine built.
MINING AND IRRIGATION
Sold and installed on absoluto guar
For a good fit go to
J. W. WALTER
Rear of Ingram's, opposite tho First
Suits Made to Order
for $25.00 and Up
A fit guaranteed or your money re
funded. Hats and clothc3 cleaned as good as
and Heating Co.
P. L. BUT2, H. W. TITUS,
0pp. Kinney House, Mesquite st.
399 Broad Street WATCH US GROW
Good to Eat
Don't forget to place your poultry or
ders with us. Turkeys, Ducks, Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick
ens always on hand.
Limburger, Swiss and Cream
Oysters in Bulk and Can
Genuine Sheep and Lamb always to
bo had at tho Central Market. For a
squaro deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JOE RYAN, - Manager
Wo cater to tho family trado;
ladies and children especially
Lady Orchestra in Attendance
BASEMENT OF TRUST
CHAS. E. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
Box 211 GLOBE, ARIZ.
I THE W. W
THE BIG STORE
I EVERYTHING IN M
8 1 Telephone 62
MIAMI FLAT, ARIZ.
Solicits your patronage and guarantees
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc
Givo this popular place a call
DR. L. ALBERT COMBS
Veterinary Surgeon, Dentist and Grad
uate Royal College of Edinburg,
I treat all curabio diseases of domes
tic animals. Offices, Barclay, Iligdon
& Co. Residence, tho white houso on
South East street. Call and examino
my diplomas at stable. Examination
free nt office.
SULTAN ft WAYNE-
HI North Broad Street
P. O. Box 867
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
. BROOKNER CO.
ERCHANDISE BEST goods
PROMPT SERVICE f
403 to 423 N. Broad Street
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