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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 6 June 1896

the fee-owner. What effect will cheaper railway charges have upon John M. Williams, who owns the Biwabik mine, or on any other fee owner for that matter? Mr. Williams of Chicago would reason about in this fashion. "It now costs the in ning- company about fifty-five cents less than for­ merly to take their ore to market, therefore they can afford to pay me that much more for permission to use the mine. They must use the mine or go out of business. I won't be very hard on them. When the present contract expires, I will fix the royalty at $1 per ton for a while. Probably I can get more after fur­ ther improvements in mining are made or greater reductions are possible in freight rates. I will deal directly with the mining com­ pany and thus save what Rocke­ feller now gets." So Williams takes his dollar or more per ton, and the mining com­ pany and their workmen—capital and labor—are just as well off as before,—no better while Williams, representing landlordism, pockets all the gains. B...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 6 June 1896

14 And yet our TELEPHONE 428. Two Kinds of Men.... Those who think $12 too much for a good suit. Those who think $12 too little for a good suit. $12 SUITS FOR 1896 Satisfy both. Men who've thought $8 or $10 enough for their outer garments will get treble value out of these $12 kinds. The wear and looks and strength of these all-wool American suits will prove our statement. Strictly a fair house. Your money back if you want it. Wllll&tnsoli Jlftebdefib&ll, 125-127 W. Superior Street. TheWonderfal Progress OF THE Single Tax Is told weekly in the National Single Taxer. Send 2 cents for Sample Copy. 207 Sykes Blk., Minneapolis. THE LABOR WORLD. EERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY SUPERIOR DIRECTORY. Trades and Labor Assembly, West Superior. Meets every second and fourth Monday of each month at Union Hall, Hammond Block. Secretary, P.J. McKeague, 608 Weeks Ave., W. Superior. Cigarmakers' Union, No. 212. Meets at Union Hall, first Wednesday in each month. Secretary Henry Puis, Second St., U. W....

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 6 June 1896

Decoration Day. E. H. OSWALD. Decoration Day has come and gone with its hallowed memor­ ies and the performance of its sacred duties. It has passed into history. The remnant of that once proud army, that went forth "to battle and to die" for "right" have gathered at the thousands of cemeteries throughout the land, and with the aid of loving hands have strewn flowers upon the graves of their comrades who have "gone before." Oh! grand and glorious band of heroes, how nobly have you fulfilled your mission "here below." What untold agony have you suffered. What great sacrifices have you been called upon to make. What priva­ tions have fallen to your lot. And how bravely you have met all this. With what deep forti­ tude have you borne the pain and agony of forced marches, festering wounds, filthy prison cells and lingering death. How willingly you have sacrificed home, family and fortune that the country might live. How patiently have you met priva­ tion, hunger and suffering no pen can ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 6 June 1896

16 •ri*.: i§ Vjf-v Ml-* •.v.: •'•v.: *.:••• •. «:r 2$ ill II* vi •rlV- Mi* •"•V Mi*. •V.*.* .• Ml* Mi* Superior St. Michigan St. 2nd Ave. West It Pleases the People—our While Other Houses CLOAK DEPT. LUA3 forward a fact, nevertheless TRUE. Summer Suits Made of good, strong ducking, dark or light colors, full sleeves and 5 yards wide skirts the usual price is $2.50—special sale price.. $1 48 SeparateSkirts Made of good wash ducking in plain navy tan and 1 gray, also stripes I aark or light col 1 ors, 5 yards wide I usual price $1.75— 1 very special at Ladies' Dressing Sacques New novelties just received in fine crepon materials, made with large bishop sleeves and watteau back, latest shades, regular value $2.00—sale price $1.25 Shirt Waists 100 doz. fine chambray & percale waists, full bishop sleeves, worth $1.00—very special Silk Waists Fine taffeta silk waists, made with full sleeves, fancy collar and belt, worth $3.75—bargain price $2.98 Ladies' Capes 75 fine all wool ladies' ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 6 June 1896

Typographical Union, No. 136, meet next Sunday, June 7. Elec­ tion of officers will be held. The Labor World visits more homes than any other paper in Duluth, consequently it is the best advertising medium. Fred Lounsberrv was elected at the last regular meeting of Typographical Union, No. 136, to represent his organization at the coming district convention to be held at Fargo, North Dakota, June 9. Mr. Louns berry is an honest worker in the cause and No. 136 will be well represented. An open meeting was held at Svea Hall, Friday evening, for the purpose of organizing the mill men of Rice's Point. It was a rousing meeting the greatest enthusiasm prevailed, and some red hot union speeches were made. The speakers were Organ­ izer J. W. Nichols, H. Bach mann and A. Schaible. Roy Smith, manager of the Pavilion, has hired union stage employes and the Pavilion will be run as a strictly union house. Mr. James Lannagan is stage manager. Mr. Lannagan, it will be remembered, is one of the men...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 6 June 1896

18 MOEft HUBER OUR BRANDS— Old Gold and Silver bought for cash Engraving and Diamond Setting. 704 Tower Ave., WEST SUPERIOR. Marx & Zimmerman MANUFACTURERS OF UNION Laboring men call for these brands when purchasing cigars. 706 Tower Ave., WEST SUPERIOR. D. M.&N.R'yTimeTable FEBRUARY 3, 1896. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. 7.45 a.m. Lv Duluth Ar. 3.35 8.15 a.m. Lv. Proctorknott. Lv. 3.06 10.22 a.m. Ar.. Iron unction.. v. 1.13 10.30 a.m. Ar Wolf. Lv. 1.05 12.45Jp.m. Lv Virginia Ar 10.45 10.56 a.m. Lv Eveleth Ar. 10.44 12.28 p.m. Lv Biwabik Ar. 11.56 12.30 p.m. Lv. Mountain Iron Ar. 11.00 12.13 p.m. Lv... HIBBING ...Ar. 11.25 9.00 a.m. Lv Virginia Ar. 1.45 p.m. 10.33 a.m. Lv Wolf. Ar. 1.25 p.m. 12.13 p.m. Lv... HIBBING ...Ar. 11 25 a.m. I8I7«I9-2I Broadway, WEST SUPERIOR. Manufacturing Jewelers. CIGARS. L.Z., El Prince De Mars, Opera, and Selects. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. J. B. HANSON, G. P. A. Tread-Wgll Shoe Co- THE LABOR WORLD. it Carpenters' Union, No. 454. Meets...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 6 June 1896

SUPERIOR. 525E5H5H5H5rHSH5H5E5H5Hy The regular meeting of the West Superior Trades and Labor Assembly will take place next Monday evening. If you area delegate see that you at­ tend, as it is a duty you owe to your union to attend the meet­ ings of the Trades Assembly. The Labor World would like to have a correspondent in every union throughout the surround­ ing country. It will not take much of your time and will help the cause of reform. It will help to keep each organization in touch with each other. Let us hear from you. It is expected that the great hero of the A. R. U., Eugene V. Debs, will be in Superior some time in July, when the people of this city will again have an opportunity of listening to the champion labor leader. The A. R. U. is in a flourishing con­ dition at the head of the lakes, and it is the intention to give Debs a great ovation on his ar­ rival. Readers of the Labor World and organized labor in general will do well to peruse the ad­ vertisements of the Labor...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 6 June 1896

20 would talk the matter over with the men as their repre­ sentative, but such was not the case where the men were not organized. Another advantage to be gained by being organ­ ized was that a union man would always be looked after by his brother members when traveling from place to place, or in case of sickness. The speaker also spoke on the sub­ ject of child labor that was em­ ployed in our factories, taking the places of older and able bodied men who were idle, and concluded by urging the men to stand together for the cause of organized labor. Mr. Back mann's remarks were very forci­ ble and were well received. Mr. A. Schaible, organizer of the A. F. of L., also made a few remarks as to the necessity of organization, and said that it was not the intention to run the union on a cheap basis, but that the object was to make it beneficial as well as to protect themselves against capital. Mr. A. G. Newberg, president of the Cooper's union, who was scheduled as the speaker of the even...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 6 June 1896

20 would talk the matter over with the men as their repre­ sentative, but such was not the case where the men were not organized. Another advantage to be gained by being organ­ ized was that a union man would always be looked after by his brother members when traveling from place to place, or in case of sickness. The speaker also spoke on the sub­ ject of child laborthat was em­ ployed in our factories, taking the places of older and able bodied men who were idle, and concluded by urging the men to stand together for the cause of organized labor. Mr. Back mann's remarks were very forci­ ble and were well received. Mr. A. Schaible, organizer of the A. F. of L., also made a few remarks as to the necessity of organization, and said that it was not the intention to run the union on a cheap basis, but that the object was to make it beneficial as well as to protect themselves against capital. Mr. A. G. Xewberg, president of the Cooper's union, who was scheduled as the speaker of the eveni...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 6 June 1896

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 6 June 1896

'V.V g'jS S:i"* .KM lfk': SR-& •A# :v. •V#« vllf: •wjai* :«W yiii*: WORKINGMEN'S SHIRTS UnionTlade E :.v*» That are Workingmeti's shirts—sewed strongly and well made, so as to stand the strain that may be put upon them. Prices 50c and 75c. See our Oil Grain Top Sole Lace Shoe at $1.48. We are sole agents in Duluth for Sweet Orr & Co.'s •t'•#'••* v. .'k •..*'•*• .-• •K1 -.v'' ...v* u- Overalls. Pants and Sack Coats. 9 ig'":EACH GARMENT PEARS THE TTCTION LABEJj.fti M. S. Burrows. I::? *p sRs or Congress ft:?: SV «r •.T*C /•iV NEW PIANOS, NEW ORGANS, *'v i?:'' $150.00 to $500.00. $28.00 to $150.00. Terms—Cash, or Easy payments with­ out interest. Every Instrument war­ ranted for ten years. Satisfaction guar­ anteed to all purchasers. We guaran­ tee absolutely the best values in the United States. Catalogues free. Address, KOPS BROS., 24 Adams St., Chicago. In the future call or address 'V" 1 ••.• *.. V' •••if-'. 5 3 is S .-L.- .. 'W« LITHOGRAPH BONDS, CHECKS, ETC. Who is Your^ ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 6 June 1896

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 20 June 1896

r* :*fe^^iiSsSis fw ^Ir^k Godblesj A large line of Percale Shirts, in soft fronts and starched collars that have been 75c—June Sale price Pine Shirts, Colored bosoms, white body, link cuffs. regular $1.25 shirt, June Sale Price «wv Fancy Percale Shirts, very fine with separate or attached collars, link or round cuffs, full laundried or neg- ligee, $1.25 and $1.50 shirts, June Sale Price..:. HOSIERY Men's fine gauge seamless Half Hose, in absolutely 9Rf* fa«t black cotton worth 15c per pair, 3 pairs lor.... 5000 pairs "Stainless" fast black Cotton Half Hose, made of real Maco yarn, high spliced heels, worth 25c, at per pair ifcyJU Men's fast black Bicycle Hose at Men's fancy Wool Golf Hose, regular pxtee 75c per pair.. ............... Belts of all descriptions, in great variety St. %4 3B^|£ti ^Ty ^!Wr ^TTTyT^TT SHIRTS "7 T7" QQa QQa 10%/nt* 25c IRa 25c to SI A VOL, DULUTH AND SUPERIOR, JUNE 20, 1896. No. 6. ^y. Mt EXYRMfflPfflMW ChOTWflS SHiE. ThO Best 8I3.76—/Fhe very beet Summer Su...

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. — 20 June 1896

:i 7*. Wiener. The Onequaled Pioneer Milwaukee Beer. Export. West Superior, Tel. No. 4017. Dulutb, Tel. No. 62. ""I -sr On everything in our store for .the balance of this month, which means that you can save 50 per cent on everything you buy of us. Our store will positively close for good June 27th, and we shall move ever}r piece ofgoods we have left after that date. One bill of Silverware intended for our new store in Detroit was shipped here by mistake and it will go with everything else at 33* PER CENT DISCOUNT. It consists of Tea Pots, Sugar Bowls, Creams, Spoon Holders, Cake Baskets, Casters, Fruit Bowls, Syrups, Pickle Casters, and many more beautiful and useful articles. 4 Come in and inspect them. It will cost you nothing to do that. Respectfully^ Yal. Blatz Brewing Co/s Fine Table Beers MILWAUKEE, U. S. A F. A. Parker & Co. agjgjgSlpagrs I Synonymous With Quality. Private Stock. Duluth Branch, HANS VOGEL, Manager. Muenckener. 27' 'a** *J*h£

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 20 June 1896

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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. — 20 June 1896

The Pride of Our City. The twenty-fourth annual con­ vention of the State Firemen's As­ sociation, which met in Duluth June 9, 10 and 11 was very largely attended by the firemen, there be­ ing- delegations from every town of any importance in the state. The visitors were entertained in excellent manner. An excursion on the Christopher Columbus, op­ era and dancing party at the Pa­ vilion, picnic at Fond du Lac and .Jr drive on the boulevard were among the amusements provided for the occasion. The exhibition run and parade were seen by thousands of spec­ tators, which shows the citizens appreciate the fine appearance and excellent workings of the depart­ ment. Every department house shone from top to bottom, while the "boys were out in their best." The fire boys have every reason to feel proud of the manner in The Labor World Vol. I. DULUTH, MINN., JUNE 20, 1896. No. 6. which the visitors were enter­ tained. Nothing was left undone by the reception committee ap­ pointed for the occas...

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. — 20 June 1896

a E The Pride of Our City. The twenty-fourth annual con­ vention of the State Firemen's As^ sociation, which met in Duluth June 9, 10 and 11 was Very largely attended by the firemen there be­ ing delegations from every town of any importance in the state. The visitors were entertained in excellent manner. An excursion on the Christopher Columbus, op­ era and dancing party at the Pa­ vilion, picnic at Fond du Lac and Vsw" 4 j&j j. -x VW?/ 4 drive on the boulevard were among the amusements provided for the occasion. The exhibition run and parade were seen by thousands of spec­ tators, which shows the citizens appreciate the fine appearance and excellent workings of the depart­ ment. Every department house shone from top to bottom, while the "boys were out in their best." The fire boys have every reason to feel proud of the manner in The Labor World Vol. I. DULUTH, MINN., JUNE 20, 1896. No. 6. which the visitors were enter­ tained. Nothing was left undone by the reception committee...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 20 June 1896

Did you know that the We have also Address: Benefit Association An institution organized and doing business right here in Duluth, is giving more indemnity in case of accident or sickness, in proportion to cost, than any other responsible company? The Association has been successful from the start, having been organized by men well known and financially responsible. It has just paid its thirty second benefit claim, bringing the ag­ gregate up to nearly $2000. Call at the office in Chamber of Com­ merce and get full particulars. W. H. HUBBARD, A. H. W, ECKSTEIN, If you are in need of PRESIDENT. SECRETARY. Fire Insurance On your dwelling or household goods call upon C. A. & E. D. FIELD, Also Houses and Flats for rent, and general Real Estate and Loan agency. C. A. & E. D. FIELD, 19 Exchange Bldg., DULUTH, fllNN. William C. Sargent Go. Coal, Wood, Real Estate Buy your Coal of a home concern. IOO.OOO ACRES of land in St. Louis County, suit­ able for farms, for sale on easy terms....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 20 June 1896

A Reformers. R. M. GOODWIN. In the last three or four de­ cades all sorts of reformers have forced themselves to the fore and have tried by honest argument to educate people to their way of thinking. Labor displacing machinery and the inventive genius of man has changed ourindustrial con­ dition but has not changed our industrial svstem. Old econo mists have been relegated to the rear and new ones have been given prominence. The Single Taxers who have entrenched themselves behind the argument that all wealth originally comes from the earth and that man is entitled to an equal opportunity of tilling the soil are eternally right and they cannot be shaken from their position. Yet they do not recog­ nize all the wrongs inflicted on the people by the shrewd and privileged class, nor do the single taxers claim that their measure is a panacea for all the evils that are existing today. Then we have the socialists, who realize the wrongs of mono ply, selfishness, greed and its attendant evil...

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. — 20 June 1896

7.45 8.15 a.m. a.ra a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m p.m. p.m. 10.22 10.30 12.45 10.56 12.28 12.30 12.13 D. M.&N.R'y Time Table FEBRUARY 3, 1896. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. Lv Duluth Ar. Lv. Proctorknott. Lv. Ar..Iron Junction..Lv. Ar Wolf. Lv. Lv Virginia Ar. Lv Evelcth Ar. Lv Biwabik Ar. Lv. Mountain Iron Ar. Lv... H1BBING ...Ar. 9.00 a.m. Lv Virginia Ar. 1.45 p.m. 10.33 a.m. Lv Wolf Ar. 1.25 p.m. 12.13 p.m. Lv... HIBBING ...Ar. 11 25 a.m. This is the season for Painting. 4 THE LABOR WORLD 3.35 3.06 1.13 1.05 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. 10.45 10.44 11.56 11.00 11.25 J. B. HANSON. G. P. A. We sell the famous Sherwin-Williams Paints. They cover more wear longer and are most economical of all Paints. Marshall-Wells Hardware Co., 409-411 W. Superior St., Duluth. A. J. HARKER & GO. Plumbing. Hot Water Heating. Sanitary Plumbing and Sewerage. Jobbing Promptly Done. 504 E. FOURTH ST., DULUTH, IVIirjrj. Telephone 416. M. A. SHOES. DEALER IN Mens Fine Furnishing Goods, Suits made...

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