The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899, July 20, 1899, Image 7
A TWENTIETH CENTURY FACTORY By Rev. Edgar Whltaker Work. D.D.: The opllmlst who feels that hla vo cation la slipping away would do well to take a train to Dayton, O., and visit the worka of the National Cash Kegis ter company, as a preventive of en croachlng pessimism. A great factory system organized upon principles of brotherhood, openly professing the golden rule as lta doc trine, advocating the care and train Ing of men's minds and spirits, while employing their hands, Is so unique so altogether captivating, that It would require not above half an hour's In spection most effectually to silence for the time Wing the loudest grumbler at modern Industrial conditions. Quite the most unique thing about It all, to. Is the naive confession by the company that they find business profit In the thing they are doing for their people. Enter the women's dining room on the upper floor of the administration build ing, or the "rest room.' 'or the bath rooms, kept as clean as your mother's kitchen, painted In colonial yellow to be easy for the eye everywhere the same frank placard greets you "It pays." The company pays good waxes, and gives unusual attention to matters of sanitation, cleanliness, light, ventila tion, heating and ornamentation. The health of the employes Is made a first coslderatlon. Several years ago the president found a young woman heat In gcoffee In a tomato can on a heater for the noon lunch. He promptly fur nished a stove for heating lunch, and from this has grown the generous noon lunch provided for the young women, at a cost of one cent. The dining room contains flowers, rugs, pictures, a piano and a "rest room" adjoining with med icine and couches. The lunch is esti mated to cost three cents, but the com pany figures that the Increased effi ciency of this department amounts to Ave cents per person. The young wo men are required to wear white aprons and cuffs, which are furnished and laundered at the company's expense. They go to work an hour later than the men In the morning and leave ten mln. utes earlier In the evening. There Is a ten-minute recess each morlng and afternoon and calisthenics or rest. They also have regular holidays. They re ceive ten hours' pay for eight hours' work. The chnlW have high bucks and foot reRts. The young women In the binderies and at the machine look n neat as high school girls. The ob)wt leswin In rlean'llness is too plain to be mistaken. The men work ntne hours and a half with ten hours' pay. Weekly baths are granted to all, on the com pany's time. It Is believed that plmufsfit surround. Inas are conducive to the economical production of good work, while they attract a much better cU.w of work men. The young men In the office have the air of college students. Courtesy In ex acted of all. Suggostlon boxes are found here and there, and the bust suggestions receive generous prizes. The employes receive full Information by bulletin boards of the work of the company. The Ad vance club Ui composed at officers, heads of denartments. members of various committees, and all foremen and their assistants. This club meet regularly lo consider complaints and suggestions, The factory has no superintendent, but la managed by a factory committee of five experts In various lines of factory work. The system of prizes for sug gestions calls forth' the Individuality and originality of each employe. Only high Bthool graduates are employed for office departments, and manual train ing Is a prerequisite for some depart ment. It has been announced that after the year 1W15 no one will be em ployed who has not attended a kinder, garten In childhood. When visitors of note are expected the bulletin boards atitl wnoe their names, to promote the personal Inter est of the employes. The attention paid to pleasant surroundings Is not a mere matter of taste; but a matter of busl nesa policy hence here an there a waving palm among whlrrln wheels and belts. The lawns and grounds were carefully planned by a landscape gar. dener. One of the streets netr the factory ha been pronounced In sum mer time the most beautiful street In the world. The section of the city In which the factory is located wa for merly "BJIdertown," disreputable and unsightly. Now It la "Smith Park." and la rightly named. The employes them selves have formed the "South Park Improvement association." Fsr many squares about the factory the effect of the factory's attention to beauty la seen In the home, In a window-box of flowers, a vine-clad pouch, a well trim med lawn, or a well kept bach yard. The company keep a landscape gar dener, who Instructe the people In the beat methods of planting trees and training vine, and the company offers prises, for example, for the beat kept back yard. Realising the difficulty of occupying boys and of teaching them usefulness, a boys' garden ha been furnished. Each boy ha a plot of ground assigned him and 1 permitted to raise vegetable. Prise are given for the beat result This year athletic ground have been added and a club house far the boys ef the neighborhood. There are no strike here, and no lockout. Why, Indeed, should there be? A prominent Oerntan ocsarart, vto Klag the faatory, saM: "Tbk la all I mean by social lam." Another said: Ton snake money and happiness at the same time." AM this ossts the company a large earn, bat, besides get tm Its own pro-is. Us lives of tbou- sands are broadened and made mor happy. When capital becomes gener ous to labor, labor becomes loyal tc capital. The employer realises that II is to his Interest to make the employe aa much of a man a possible, physical ly, Intellectually, morally. This repre sents a distinct advance In factory life. The workman is not merely a "hand," he la a "soul." Put more Into his soul, give him more to think about, give hlrr a better dwelling and -better surround ings, open new vistas of life, and h will, out of his strengthened manhood, give you a belter service. Passing by many Interesting features, such as lectures, ptereoptlcon talks, Saturday half-holiday, the training school for salesmen, cooking classes, li brary, let us not neglect to mention the House of Usefulness and the Sun day school. The House of Usefulness is the social settlement. Here resides the deaconess, and here center all the social organiza tions boys' and girls' clubs, musical organizations, kindergarten, mothers' meetings, relief associations. The lev erage obtained here upon the lives of boys and girls seem Incalculable. Pleasant Sunday Afternoons this le the title given to the Sunday school. It has seven hundred members, and meets on the third floor of the factory building. A printed programme is used, with a scripture lesson. First there is a drill of the Hoys' Brigade, then a choir processional, then singing and reeponslve reading and quotation of selected verses, scriptural or other wise, then a twenty-minute address and remarks by the deaconess. The sub jects of study are practical life lessons, such a "Work," "Charity," "Chlld- fe," "Liberty." The basis of the study is the scriptures, but illustrative mater ial from every source is welcome. Of ten the stereoptlcon is used In the school to show scenes of travel, the beauties of nature, best methods of home-making, or landscape gardening There is nothing traditional, nothing hoary-headed about this factory sys tem, not even the Sunday school. Walk ing amidst these new Industrial condi tions one feels as If he had already pushed through the door of the new century. Judgment Day. Prophet Smith, a negro of Galveston, Tex., icoelaimed that the world would come to an end Friday, June 9, and hundreds of negroes In that part of the state believed him. Smith telegraphed to Houston that the earth would be enveloped In hot water Instead of brim stone, and that the visitation would come at midnight. He advised all be lievers to hasten to him at Galveston, end urged all who could not afford the trip to remain steadfast. At Houston Smith's follower Disci ples of the Church of God, they call themselves were particularly demon strati ve. They gathered In an old brick warehouse at Fannin street and Frank lin avenue, to await the blast of Oa briel's horn and remained there forty eight hours. The matter attracted so much attention and the condition of the weaker members' of the party be came so dangerous by reason of heat snd hunger, that the police were com pelled to dlKjerse the deluded followers of the black prophet. They had prayed and exhorted day and night until they were exhausted. The doors and win dows were barred Inside aryi the fou air was almoet unbearable. The end of the world did not come that Friday night, but the faith of the ncfrroes remained unshaken.. Finally, as the best means of getting them out. Chief of Police Blackburn and several officers, armed with warrants charging disturbance of the peace, broke Into the building and arrested several of the men. These warrants were sworn to by skeptical negroes, whose wives and daughters had been persuaded away from home by others who believed In Smith's predictions. An Immense crowd gathered about the place. It required some time for the nollce to effect an entrance. The crowd finally became boisterous and threw bricks and clubs against the warehouse and through the windows. Then the men Inside made a few affi davits and the persons against whom they complained were arrested. HI Mouth Open For 18 Years. A novel operation was performed at the Cleveland general hospital last week on Edward Klotz, who, after eighteen years, I now able to close his mouth. When Kloti, who Is now 21 years of age, was 3 years old, he was burned about the face and neck. Little attention wa paid to the child's hurts and the raw surface of the chin and chest were allowed to come In contact with each other. In the course of time the chin grew to the sternum, or breaat bone. The burns were kept wrapped in cloth. When the wrappings were taken off the chin was firmly grown to the cheat. Kor eighteen years Klotx's mouth has been wide. open, he being unable to close It even the smallest fraction of an Inch. Ilia lower teeth grew out of hla mouth like tusks. Dr. George W. Crlle undertook to Improve Klota's ap pearance. The youag man wa literally skinned alive, aa far aa his breast wa concern ed. An Incision was made at the tower extremity of the breast, and the skin peeled off of the entire surface of the breast, neck and chin. The skin wo peeled upward. The flesh wa laid bar on the side to the ribs. The blood ves sels, nerves and deep muscles of th seek were exposed. Then the chin waj out away from the cheat. A portion of the large sheet of skin wa cut out and replaced on the body In such a manner that It will grow tc the parts. Klots can now open hla mouth, and ays he hardly dares to ever open II again. A WONDERFUL INVENTION. Field Oun with a Koiary Recoil Sys tem, Does Not Need He-Aiming. William H. Bevana, a young Amert :an but thirty-two years of age, has Invented a system by which the recol if a Held gun can be entirely consumed It is estimated that twenty 15-pound shells can be fired from his gun every sixty seconds and this with a greater accuracy than from any other gun of a like nature in the world. It is contained within -a small box which is fitted by means of cleverly contrived devices under the gun and In such fashion as not to Interfere with its movements either laterally or hori zontally. This small mechanical won der can take within Itself the powerful recoil of three feet; or, In other words, can receive and consume within the twinkling of an eye the backward Jump of a gujs which sends a fifteen pound shell a distance of 5.000 yards. Edward W. Very, vice-president of the American Ordnance company, and an ordnance expert, stated after watching the tests which were maxle with a gun fitted up at Uiidgeport, Conn., with the new rotary recoil sys tem, that It meant a revolution In gun manufacturing throughout the world, and said that he was confident that eight shots out of ten could be placed In a target at a range of five thousand Sards by a gun modeled on iir. Bev ana' design. This could be done, he said, without there being any necessl tay for rcalmlng the gun, so perfectly did the recoil work. After a number of tests with the ro tary recoil It was removed from the gun with which the officials of the com pany at Bridgeiort were experiment ing, and a shot was fired without it. So great was the force of the recoil, that the gun, carriage and all, was lifted and thrown a distance of ten feet in the air, landing muzzle downward in the sand. This new recoil, while being fitted at present only on the new field gun designed for the competitive govern ment test, can be used on all guns Mr. Jtevans claims that It will save one-third of, the weight In the carriage of stationary and coust defence guns. "When in place the rotary recoil la under the gun and almost entirely con cealed from the view of the gunner as well as protected from the shot of his enemy. The box Itself revolves on a shaft. This is enlarged In Its central portion Into a saddle which remains fixed. On the outside of the cheese box or hollow cylinder there are gear teeth which engage with similar teeth on the under side of the gun body. The cylinder Is filled with a liquid consist ing of a mixture of glycerine and water, "The backward Jump of the sun on firing causes the cylinder to revolve, and the liquid within to pass from one side of the plBton to another through grooves of varying area cut in the walla of the cylinder. At the beginning of the recoil the liquid passes through' the largest part of the groove at the time that the gun Is moving fastest. Ae this groove grows struiller less liquid can pass through it, and the gun grad ually ormes to a standstill. Then by means of springs, shaped after the fashion of clock springs and attached to the side of the cylinder and which revolve It In the opposite direction, the gun Is returned to its normal position and Is ready for another shot. The entire movement of the gun back and forth after the shot leaves It Is so quick that It cannot be followed with the eye." Seed 5.000 Years Old. Com that ha remained hidden for thousands of years In the heart of the Arkansas mountains, and which Is de clared by those who have examined It to be not less than 5,000 years old, has been discovered and planted, and the corn that has been artsed from the plant Is in the possession of the orig inal owner of the recovered cereal, Mr. Oeorge Barnum of Columbus, Neb. Some time ago a relative of Mr. Bar num, while exploring; a mountain cave near his borne, found some curious and ancient pottery. This pottery was sub mitted to achaeological experts, who declared that It was certainly 5,000 years old. The most Interesting part of the find was that In one of the Jura, hermetically sealed, several ears of corn were found. It occurred to the finder of the lottery that It would tie Interest ing to experiment with this com, al though no one entertained the hope that after such a lapse of time it could be made to grow. Mr. Bamum planted It In a corner of his farm land last Jnn, and the result ha been marvelous. The corn proved to be giant maize. In pile of the dry and unfavorable sea son It grew to a height of 15 foet, the stalks measuring In circumference sev en Inches, with leaves fire feet long. This was all the more surprising be cause other grain grown from modern seed and planted near to that found In the oave shriveled and perished under the heat of the aun. The grains of the corn are In all rettpocts like other com, except that thy are much lagtr and are In color dark chocolate. J Mr. Bamum la taxing bealegwd by hla former acquaintance with requests for seed. One of taeoc curious one, John E. Burton of Milwaukee. Wis., ha made a. iersonal Investigation of the story of th discovery of the oorn, and, satisfied that It Is perfectly genuine, he ha obtained a supply of the seeds from Mr. Barnum and will begin ex periments on a farm owned by him. A great deal of Interest has been awaken ed In the matter through the wat, and others will try to grow plants from the prehistoric seed, so that there Is ne danger of the oorn relapsing Into Its former out of the world state. Small eyes are commonly supposed to Indicate owning. A HORRIBLE DISCOVERY. olantlsts Claim That Early Inhato. tanta of England were Cannibals. The shocking discovery has been nade that the esrly Inhabitants o: England were cannibals. Human bones that had been gnawed y human teeth have been discovered n large quantities near Braintree, in he county of Essex, which adjoins Lon lon on the northeast side. There can e little doubt that the bones were jnawed and picked clean by human leeth because they were found In the liclnity of prehistoric dwellings. It is, if course. Impossible that wild ani mals could have devoured the bodies, ipllt the bones open to get at the mar row and then arranged them neatly to fether in the neighborhood of a village A lake dwellers. It is therefore unavoidable to con .iude that the ancestor of the moderi John Bull, who prides himself on hit superiority of table manners to thos )f all other nations, feasted on human flesh. The discoveries receive additional In terest from the fact that they wer made by a clergyman, the Rev. J. W Kenworthy, who is a very distlnguishet: irchaeologlst. Skulls that were cracked open so af to get at the brains and human bonei split from end to end by artincia means have been found embedded Ir :he soli at Braintree. The nature o' the treatment to which these skulls am iones were submitted in ancient tlme is such as to leave no doubt in th ninds of specialists that they are rel ics of a prehistoric cannibal feast in lulged In by the residents of Braintree These ancient Britons were con itantly warring upon each other; but ii by no means Improbable that whet !ood was scarce they did not trouble tf ro out and kill an enemy. Suspicion h ;ntertained that the number of bone which have now been found and which jndoubtedly were scraped and split a' tome festival were part of the an itomy of some peaceful residents li he locality who happened to' have thi ill luck to be selected for the evening tneal. The soil around Braintree is specially adapted to the making of bricks. Ex ;avatlons are now In progress there ror the purpose of extracting brick arth. These operations have been ;arefully watched by the Rev. J. W. Kenworthy, who is interested in anti- juarian research. Much to his aston ishment, he came upon a find or the Irst magnitude. This went to Bhow that a prehistoric vettlement existed on an Island In the middle of a lake at Braintree. 'the reverend gentleman has laid the fact? K-fore the lFeld club of his county. Mr. Kenworthy has been able to show Ihat the lake at Braintree silted up ivltrt washings from the hills, and that !or some purpose the prehistoric real lents of Braintree constructed an ar iflclal Island in the middle of the lake, rhls was probabl for the purpose of de- ence. Mr. Kenworthy has discovered :hls Island, on which were huts Inhab- ted by the people of the stone age. The huts had well made floors and were protected by painted piles. Iri the material of the floors Mr. Kenwor- hy searched for evidence of the man- sers and customs of these Braintree 'ake dwellers. Before coming to the bed of London May, which underlies the artificial lake, Mr. Kenworthy encountered relic of the pre-Roman period, and bineath that a Btratum three feet six Inches thick going back to the neolithic or itone age. Beneath this was a stratum of the post-glacial age, resting on top sf the bed of London clay. The re- tnalns of the lake-dwellers were found In the stratum of the stone age. Here were found numerous flint Jave-' n heads and wooden spear-shafts. The most remarkable discoveries, however, were made on what was formerly the oottom of the lake. These Included a large number of bones of the ox and of ither animals, which bones had been arefully spilt to get at the marrow. rhe skulls had been cracked so aa to permit of the brains being extracted. Scattered among these were several uman bones and skulls, whloh had en treated In a precisely similar nan- ter. These "bones had been carefully ipllt by artificials means, and the nan who did it was undoubtedly one of lohn Bull's cannibal ancestors. He was quite skilled in manipulating the bones. The lower end of one bone ha had a piece knocked off, possibly with a stone hammer, so as to lay bare in Infernal cavity. Into the hole thus made the cannibal drove a wedge, thus putting the entire bone from end to end. One of the human skulls found at this spot ha had the back entirely itroken away, evidently for the purpose Df getting at the brains. After the bones had been scraped clean they wer thrown Into the lake by the dweller? tm the artificial Island. The only argument that has been brought forward to prove that these boues were not split by cannibals le raslly disposed of. That the men threw their dead Into the lake la not likely. as people of that period burled or bum- id their deceased comrades according superstitious rites. Had the dead been simply thrown Into the lake the bones would have been found In a per fect condition. Just aa If the Individ uals had been accidentally drowned. Several scientific men who have ex amined these remarkable relics of Eng. tlah cannibalism say they prove conclu sively that a large cannibalistic com munity existed at Braintree, and that juman beings were esten thers In the ardlrary course of domestic rooking. Mr. Kenworthy will shortly publish a treatise on these strange discoveries. THE NEW BULLET. To give some idea of the effect of these new bullet, we will try to de pict their deadliness with accuracy, fol lowing Bruns. Bruns found that bul lets with leaden tips fired from email caliber rifles at short ranges inflict wounds more serious than those formed with ordinary rifle bullets. Experience has constantly shown an abnormally large exit aperture of irregular form, a large lacerated pit in the muscles up to the size of a hand, and a cutting of bones into numberless small fragments. In the case of shots from very short ranges for Instance, 25.30 meters there resulted a crushing of the soft parts, and a splitting up of the bones Into lit tle bits, bits of tissue of considerable size being driven outside, so that some times the member wa held together only by veins and the skin. The exit wound showed an enormous defect of skin and muscle, the muscles being lacerated and destroyed, and the blood vessels for the greater part torn. But even in the case of shots at much greater ranges, up to 400 meters, the peculiar effect of this leaden-ended bul let was betrayed, the wounds being de cidedly more serious than those inflict ed by the fully coated bullet. At 600 meters the peculiar effects are not met with always, so that as a limit of range within which the effects are always found we may take 500 meters. "It Is quite plain," adds Prof. Bruns, "that surgical art, in spite of the great pro gress it has made in the last fifty years, will be helped less when dealing with wounds of this kind, and there will remain no alternative but amputa tion, If the wounded man has not died from loss of blood In consequence of the destruction of the soft parts." SlOO Reward, SIOO. "There are many men who wouldn't marry for money," growled the savage misogynist, "If they could get the mon ey any other way." The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure la all Its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a con stitutional treatment. 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