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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 1 April 1899

aster The Guyer Hat for Easter. Boys' Out- DULUTH («'ii I ieiut'il from f\-iK«- I'l'tim tJit* resit! nr." of Mrs. .Mary (lil Inn, ID wiiii.-i- liiunr 1 lit* reninins wero liiken I'roin I he Hospital. Myriads of lir.ii Li fill tlouers rovond the task.:. .Six til' licr Iaily friends, members of I iii]111 li Waiter's union of wliieli she was it memlier. aeled as honorary 111 hearers anti all I lie meinliers til' ae union niareheil in Hie proi'i'ssion head­ ed hy 1 lie I) 111111 City I'.and. "When falls the nitv'it upon I he earili. And all in shadow lies The SUM'S nut dead: Ii is ratlin nee slill Ueams lirifjhl in other skies. "Antl hen I lie tlawn-slar "Towe'lt 11 I'i'oe iirow ol' man II slill shines on, through earthly eyes. Thaimiss it, yrtiw Forlorn. "Some other world is «-latl to see Our star that's «,oni* away: The li"-iit whose K'oinj' makes our ni^hti —-Vhrtav-r somewhere else a clay. "And she is just our loved one still And loves ns now no less She fi'oes away to eome a.n'ain—...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 1 April 1899

MOKE TALKS ON BOTTLED BEERS, A MOTHER'S DUTY... Southwestern Railway company. She left Southampton at noon yesterday, convey­ ing the first excursion of the season to the channel islands. The weather was foggy, but all went well until the after­ noon, when the fog became very dense. 'At 4 o'clock the Casquet rocks suddenly loomed up through the fog bank, and the steamer almost immediately afterward struck amidships, xne captain, seeing that the steamer was in a sinking condi­ tion, ordered the lifeboats to be launched. His Instructions were carried out witlh the utmost celerity, and wie women and chil­ dren were embarked In the boaits. The captain then ordered the men to look after themselves.. A survivor states that he and 25 others put off from the Stella In a small boat. The sea was calm, but there was a b,ig swirl around the rocks. When this boat' was a short distance awa"y from the wreck the bodlers of the Stella burst with a terrific explosion,~and the vessel disappeared stern...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 1 April 1899

MORE TALKS ON BOTTLED BEERS, A MOTHER'S DUTY... The last thing the survivor saw was the figure of the captain of the StelJa standing calmly on me bridge and giving his last instructions. The captain per Jshed with his vessel, owing to the suc­ tion caused by the sinking steamer, "which was very great. Continuing, the survivor referred to sn id: The suction was so tremendous that w' thought our boat would be engulfed, saw five boats and »-e collapsible boat, brsides out ooat, leave the wreck. They contained, altogether, between SO and 100 persons. Five of ine boats were snon lost to view, but we took a boat filled with women in tow, and the occupants of our boat took t'he oars in turn and rowed all night long, until most of us dropped asleep, thoroughly exhausted. "We sighted a ss Are ofttimes arduous and worrying to the extreme. Everything' from spanking a baby to looking pleasant and entertaining company falls to her lot. She above all others is entitled to a pure delicious tonic a...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 8 April 1899

VOL. 4, The Rapid Growth City of Eveleth. A few Days in tlic Iron Banse Town*. Motion is life stagnation is death. It seems nice to sit 111 the cditoii.i! rooms, scan the exchanges and theor­ ize about what things ought to be, out there is nothing like getting out anioi the people and seeing conditions at they 'really are. The citizens of a metropolis like Du li:th, where hotels are fitted with all the modern conveniences, where watci is the best, where sewerage is perfect, where tlie markets are well supplied vith eatables, where rooms are e\ enl^ and warmly heated by steam do not know what privileges they enjoy un­ til they get out among the pioneers and see what the first comers have to contend with when they make theii •beginnings in the new settlements. And right here let us suggest that if you, reader, want to spend a mo.4 profitable week, you cannot do bettei, if you have never done so before, than to purchase a ticket over the Duluili & Iron -Range railroad and go up to ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 8 April 1899

The Rapid Growth City of Eveleth. A Few Dtiys in lie Iron IS a n« Tcnvns. .Motion is life: st atrnnt ion is death. It .seems nice lo .sit in the editorial rooms, sen 11 the exchanges anil theor­ ize about what, tilings oufflit to be, in there is notlike 11iiout amoi-S' the people anil seeing einiilil ions as they really are. The citizens of a metropolis like Dr. ]i:1h, where hotels are tilled with ali tho modern conveniences, where water is the best, where sewerage is perfect. where the markets are well supplied v.-ith eatables, where rooms are evenly and warmly heated by steam do not know what privileges rhey enjoy un­ til they get out amonir the pioneers and see what the first comers have 1o contend with when they make their 1x» »iiiiiirij*s in 1'iie new sel tlemenls. And right here let us suggest th.-.i if you. reader, want to spend a most profitable, week, you cannot do better, if you have never done so before, than to purchase a. ticket over the Did in li &• Iron Jiange rai...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 8 April 1899

THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Business Office, 101 Torrey Bldg., Duluth. Telephone 2S0. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, Iir'advance $1.00 Six Months, in advance* 59 Three Months, in advance 25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. ^Al lil -Oy 7S^j» 'TRADES COUNCIL SAIIIHE G. AKIN, Editor and Pnl»!isli(*r. Letters and articles relating to the so cial problem are solicited. Entered "at the Postoffice at Duluth, 'Minn., as second class matter. Now watch tlie great rush of pros­ perity shouters for a poslish as census enumerators. A German biologist lias calculated •that the human brain contains :500, 000,000 nerve cells, 5,000,000 of which tlie and are succeeded by new ones every.day. At this rate we get an en liiely new "brain: every sixty days. The Michigan legislature has passed a bill, which has been signed Tjy Gov­ ernor Pingree, giving the City of De­ troit the power to purchase and oper 'ate. all its street car lines. This is en­ couraging, ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 8 April 1899

THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISH ED EVERY SATURDAY. Business Office, ini Torrcy Bids., Dulutn. Telephone 2S0. SUBSCRIPTION: One ypnr, in advance $1.0') Six Months, in advance, 5u Three Months, in advance Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on appii cation. ^TRADE5|[ apFi I COUNCIL TH, N5 SAItlKIO 7. AKIX. Eililur anil I'll lii*lier. Lei tors and articles relating to the so­ cial problem arc solicited. Entered at the Postoffiee at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. Now watch the great rush pros­ perity shooters for a po.-'lish as census enumerators. A Herman biologist- has calculated Hint the human brain contains ::oo,- (HHI,(H)0 nerve cells, ".000.(100 of which die and are succeeded by new ones every day. At this rate we get an en tiiely new brain every sixty days. The Michigan legislature has passed a bill, which has been signed by Gov­ ernor Vingree, giving' the City ol De troit the power to purchase and oper­ ate all its street ear Jines. This is en­ couraging, let t...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 8 April 1899

Shoe Sale Now On... $ 2.69 Phillips &Co. 518 just as l'opresontfd at this store. $1.48 $1.98 where. SchooH Shoes. the citizen accused of crime of his right to a jury trial, guar­ anteed to him by the provisions of the constitution "except in cases arising :n the land, and naval forces, or in the militia when in actual service in time of' war or of public danger." These exceptions serve to emphasize the right and to show that it is. absolute ana /Unqualified, both in criminal and civil suits, save in the excepted cases. These constitutional guaranties are jnot to be swept aside by an equitable invention which would/turn crime into a contempt, and enable a judge to de­ clare innocent acts crimes, and pun­ ish them at his discretion. But not­ withstanding the constitution express ,ly enumerates the only exceptions to the right of trial by jury, and posi­ tively limits those exceptions to the cases mentioned, those who favor gov­ ernment by injunction propose to in­ graft upon that ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 8 April 1899

iShoe Sale Now I On... $1.48 $1.98 I!i S Women. $ 2.69 ScfrooS aOvi»r!triic'i)l l».v Injunction. When .liulffo Caldwell, of the I nili'-l States circuit court for the District. :E Kiinsiis. dies—and it is to bo hoped tliat such a blow lo the people will long- be averted—labor organization should erect a ^rand monument to Ins memory. lie stands as a marked ex­ ception to I he rule I hat has iroverned presidential appointments to the feder­ al bench, the ride that none but lack­ eys of corporations shall be appointed to such positions. Recently Ihe Coopers' union made war on the Oxley Stave company be­ cause the latter persisted in employing little children instead of men to oper­ ate its da)i!'v 'ous machinery. 'J he corporatic., prayed for an in.juncrion to rest the coopers from advertis­ ing their iniquity, and of course se­ cured the desired injunction, .Millie Caldwell dissenting 1 a contempt, and enable a judge to de­ clare innocent acts crimes, and pun­ ish tlieni at his discre...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 8 April 1899

\^S0 ~ei j' MORE TALKS ON BOTTLED BEERS, MOTHER'S DUTY... Splendid Edncntloiral Plant For In­ diana Will Be Ready for Use Soon. Gas Plant, Waterworks and ,u Sewerage System Are Part of the General: Equipment—O. A Gates for Superintendent. Col. ,E. S, Radcliffe, architect of the {'"Vermiiion I^ake Indian boarding school building, was down from Tower Wednes day. He reports the eight buildings, com­ posing the school,' as completed. The fur­ niture, bedding and other equipments, height 'car loads, are on the ground and faro being installed. The water and sewer ^systems are completed and awaiting the ffinal tests, but the gas plant is not yet -constructed owing to the severity of the cold weather. The superintendent of the school, ap­ pointed. by the government is Mr. O. A. jQites from Fort Berthold, N. D., where he conducted a similar Institution with Sgreat success, his departure being a source of Jceen regret to his dusky pupils. The buildings are built below the ridge .that runs eas...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 8 April 1899

I MORE TALKS ON BOTTLED BEERS, 1 MOTHER'S DUTY... The water works plant is particularly complete. The main pump has a 24-hour capacity of 425,000 gallons and Is con­ nected with a stand-pipe 12 feet In diame­ ter and 65 feet high with a capacity of 300,000 gallons. There is also a well which has a sand filtering system that renders (the water from it as clear as crystal. Fire protection Is afforded to all the buildings by means of regular city mains furnished with regular hydrants for at 'tahcing hose, of which there will be plenty. The water supply is drawn from Vermilion lake and the sewerage is con­ ducted under the little ridge into the small bay on the reservation, thus doing away with all chance of contaminating the water of Tower bay. The date of the formal opening of the school has not yet been determined upon by the authorities, but the Tower people hope to see the whole institution in full running order before next fall. AT STRATEGIC POINT'S. Navy Department Establishes So...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 April 1899

VOL. 4, A Few Straws Show Will ell Way-the Wind In lllowiiiK. *S RH§ From Tlie Microcosm. TllA\VS sometimes show which way the wind is going1 to blow. The wholesale discharging' street railway employes from the service of the Duluth street railway is one straw. That the reason lor the'dismissal of tlie men is openly avowed to be that they are members of organized labor is tlie second straw. That the discharged men are being' re­ placed by same imported from other states is a third straw. That the said street .lift STILL railway is just at this particular time nominally in the hands of the courts (which means the government) 'but practically in the bands of schem­ ing- gang of labor-hating monopolists is a fourth straw. That the -Minne­ sota legislature has recently passed a bill prohibiting, under heavy penalties, all manner of boycott proceedings and boycott thinking is a fifth straw. That a certain1 gillhoolyhoo high rolling street car boss of Dirluth started a big newspaper sensa...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 April 1899

A Few Straws Slum Wliicli \V:iy (lie VYinil Is Itl'Mviim. •'Voiti Tlie Alicrrtcojim. STI'A WS sometimes show which way tlie wind is going l" blow. Tin' wholesale discharging' 'f slrect rail way employes from 1ho service ol' the Diiluth street railway is one straw. Tliat the reason for tin 1 dismissal of (lie men is openly avowed to be thai they are member of organized labor is the second straw. That the discharged men are being' re­ placed by some imported from other Mates is a. third straw. That 1 lie said .street railway is just at. this particular lime nominally in I lie hands ol' the courts (which means the government) 1111' practically in he ha nils ol' a schem­ ing' gang of labor-hating' monopolist is a fourth straw. Timt the Minne­ sota legislature has recently passed hill prohibiting, under heavy penalties, all manlier of boycott proceedings and boycott thinking is a fifth s'traw. That a certain gillhoolyhoo high rolling Klreel car boss of Diiluth started a big' newspaper se...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 April 1899

feS THE LABOR WORLD. ISJg Vm: §Jt#J I M! PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. Business Office, 101 Torrey Bldg., Duluth. Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: Letters and articles relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the PostofEice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. Somebody lias inquired "wliat has be­ come of the Home Consumers Leaguer' Like many another move it lias been killed to let the liicker who desires to buy everything he can out of town have his way. The League is nor dead, it simply sleeps. Another increase in- wages has been heard from. The whole judiciary, governor and members of the legisla­ ture of South Dakota have received an increase of salaries amounting to p»l- cent. But the unusual thing about this transaction is that the benefic­ iaries have vbted it themselves. If the rotten beef investigation drags its weary length along tor an­ other six months it will cost the coun­ try-more than it cost to capture Cuba. There have been scores of officers ex­ amin...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 April 1899

THE LABOR WORLD. I'OBLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY. Business Office, 101 Torrey Bids., Dululh. Telephone -50. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advnnco $1.00 Six Months, in advance Three Months, in advance 23 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. ifcO PBIfti? TRADES!r*Ki COUNCIL TH. Mi SAIIIII1C O'. AKIX, liilllor ami 1'ulilixlier. Jitters and articles relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the Postoffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. Somebody has iiitjnirt*tl "uliat lias be­ come ot' tin- Home Consumers League'.'" Like niany another move it •„,( been killed to let the kicker wit. Vsires to buy everylliins-- he can out .if town have his way. 1 he League i.-* not dead, it simply sleeps. Another increase in waives has been lieanl from. The whole judieiaiy. »o\emor and members of the legisla­ ture of South Dakota have received an inn-ease of salaries amounting to "a percent. I'.nt the unusual thin}? about tliis transaetion is that the ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 April 1899

PICKWICK OYSTCM WE FIT THE HARD-TO-FIT REGISTERED TRADE MARK The Pickwick System of Right Shape ^Clothing for Hard-to-Fit Men—For Sale Exclusively The Pickwick's Spring Suits and Overcoats at $12.00, $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00 are now ready. The Long-arm Man—the Short-arm Man—the Stout Man—the Slim Man—the Extra Size Man—All can be perfectly fitted with the Pick.wick Clothing—Sizes: V" In Slim SnitK ».'! to 40 I11 Stout Suit* 30 to 48 Iu Short, Stout Suits. ..:«» to 44 In I.OIIK Stout Suits. .. .08 to 50 In fSxtru SUe SnilM. .42 to SO .STOIC IS 1»1»E\ EVESItY MONDAY EV'EMXG TII.l, «{3(l O'CLOCK Men'* anil Boys' Out­ fitters. Duluth. Louis Dworschak will speak Thurs­ day evening' Apr. 20, at Kalamazoo hall 0,1 trusts and tbeir cause their ef­ fect on modern society. The meeting is held under, the auspices of the So­ cialist-Labor party. Everybody invit­ ed. Admission free. President Kriz, of the Trades Assem­ bly will address the carpenters at their meeting- Tuesday evening'. The Peol...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 April 1899

In SIi L~-~ 111 WE FIT THE HARD-TO-FIT REGISTERED TRADE MARK The Pickwick System of Right Shape ^Clothing for Hard-to=Fit Men—For Sale Exclusively The Pickwick's Spring Suits and Overcoats at $12.00, $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00 are now ready. Til- LiUK-iirm M.i»-'ih. Short-arm .Maii-iln- Stoiu M:in—tlv Slim M.m-ilu' Kxu-a Size M-.i 11—All Duluth. Louis Dworschnk will speak I hui':5 ,v ovcnin.o- Apr. 'J». at Kalamazoo liall 0.1 trusts and their cause: their ef­ fect 011 modern society. The mectino' is held under lite auspices of I lie So­ cialist Labor party. Everybody invit­ ed. Admission free. President Kriz. of Ilie Trades Assein 1)1. will address I lie carpenters al 1 hei met I in"' Tuesdav evening The 1'eole. the national oiian of the Socialist labor parly of America. The Tot-sir. he slate oruan, can be found on :!ic at (he public library. If .Mill waiil lo post yourself 011 Kot-iiili.-iit cad liicse papei's. They are reliable. T! iinidry nielli. "Ni. tee wil' be appointed and act...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 April 1899

MORE TALKS ON BOTTLED BEERS, A MOTHER'S DUTY... A Little Talk 011 Physical Cul­ ture. By Paul Willing*. 1waswhen in the enrly (lawn of the morn­ ing1 Doctor Penrose and 1 writer, sitting' together, were oc­ cupants of :i seat in a railroad car on a tram that liud slopped at a lit lie ..-'.village station. A little way in the distance were the fireman and engineer of a locomotive getting their engine in readiness for their daily run. With little to occupy our attention •the Doctor remarked: "I never see an engineer caring for liis engine without thinking that equal attention given, to the physical syste 'i would enable the average of all men to live one hundred years." "Watch hinrin his work" he con ti li­ ned. "See the clear bright coal he uses of a certain quality. That is a intense heat, burns up clean and is inte nseheat, burns up clean and is excellent for making pteam." "There is a lesson for evei'y person in that. We ought to eat a food tli.it wiH quickly digest. We thus add v...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 April 1899

(lil-c. MORE TALKS ON BOTTLED BEERS, A MOTHER'S DUTY... Itv I'illil Williams. IPwriter, was in the curly i\vn nf the morn­ ing- when Dorlnr lVni'uso aiul I silling ny-H Iut, wen- IR .. 1 VOFL CFH' 11 a Uaiii h"- luis turning, owing l-t) a prop-."- select of fuel." "W:!teii him still further. lie is now removing- the ashes. That is a regular part of the morning's work. It equally inrphrtant in the physical sys­ tem, that the wastes lit- removed daily. There should never he failure to re­ move the as'hes." "See that engineer continue to wad around liis engine. See him open that stop cock, and that faucet. Sec him ir all 1he apevatures to see that they are all open and in working order. "The wise man in the care of health does the same." "immediately after arising there This is followed by a drop­ ping oil' of the nightgown and a quick touching-, of all parts of It skin with the wet hands. This is suc­ ceeded by immediate wiping with a soft towel. Then follows a vigooe rubbing of all p...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 22 April 1899

FT: Jatedunder V% Stasis««£. »yv* rf ills W,' Round and Round We Go We Will Have to Get Off the Earth Pretty Soon 01* Get Inside the Trusts. UST eleven commnii commodities not the control of incorpor­ trusts or wide trade agree-, men Is will be left for the people to luiv when the prime trust, the buggy whip trust., ami the trust, in derby lints, now •being' formed, are complet­ ed. Consequently, peope who sire con­ templating the starting of a boycott of their own aai'nst- modern concen­ tration of capital must niaike lip their minds -whether tliey can ,get along on those articles, whieli are the ofi'ly ones of dailyg use whose sale is unim­ peded. and the prices of wlvich are left to fix themselves according- to the constantly fluctuating- law of supply and demand. All others but the. 'following are controlled by trusts: Cut. flowers, spectacles, millinery, coffee and tea, vegetables, fruits (except prunes), pies and cakes, eggs, butter and 4) ^£^7 cheese, ^poultry, and game, watc...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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