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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 29 July 1899

IPS 4, ibor Day will soon be here and be members of organized labor know le time for need of urgent work on tlf of tlie success of tl^e greatest an 1 event among them will be far ad sed. Indeed,' the time even now mr disposal for these preparations one too long.' Preparationsicaii' be irect uptyi at once. he July* meetings of the unions are mg plac^.j They should not be al ad to ^ass away -without st^ps being sn to provide for the mass of de­ ad work there will be-to do Few have net been actively engaged at time or another in this work- know iliing about the extent and iimporfc 3 of the rdetails L-ance in the community. They ^t be in a position to assure to their ,nd3 and adherents an occasion so lete with enjoyment and so full of aificancfe for the future' .-of.- .the vement that words of commenda I will alone be^ heard E.ths unions will take this subject at, their meetings'the work can be re1 completely ant satisfactorily ie than otherwise can be. There tut-a phort time in which t...

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. — 29 July 1899

J*** -v tier'S V' ijHi?' jo*^ If# 'O •1it-' ject pm Phillips & Co. 218 W. Superior St. We must Close Out every pair of Shoes in our store. Price is no ob­ And Less* Than Cost, to move them quick. 59c 98c Ladie3' tan and black Oxfords Ladles' $1.35 tah and black Oxfords Ladies' $2.00 and $2.50 tan and black atx!0^.: ,$1.50 Ladles' $3 00 tan shoes AO cut to 9 «90 Child's $1.% tan shoes AAft cut to O'lPO Men's $3 00 tan ^hoes, Vicl Kid and Calf cut to u.9'liwO: Men's $2 00 tan shoes7 A A cut ttf Kami TAKE OFF THAT SIGN THADES ASSEMBLY AFTER STREET CAR HAIL SICKS.. .Stefkr" Tnke* Action looking to Having tlie^ Government Insist on Applying I the JReeent Hnllnjf of the Post otfTice Department That Only Cars Carrying Slall Shall -Rear .the ^SJsn. "its *1 s./l'he Dululth' Federated Trades assembly at its meeting fiast evenin'g'ivoted to lake some alctton agalntS the Street Railway •coBrwany in reeard to the sign /'U. S. Mail" on the cars. This sign, it is claimed was put on the csrs by...

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. — 29 July 1899

mV. 1 1 mm l\ II? ject, 1 'V"i lor me a'liegea injusmc jployes Of the company &r$-' strike and previously to 218 W. Superior St. We must Close Out every pair of Shoes in our store. Price is no ob­ And Less* Than Cost, to move them quick. Vl 59c Ladies' tan and black Oxfords......: Ladles' $1.35 tan and black Oxfords Ladies' $2.00 and $2.50 tan and black Oxford* Ladies' $3.00 t?n shoes cut to..... Child's $11.25 tan shoes cut to. Men's $3.0u tan shoes* Vici Kid and Calf •cut to..... Men's $2.00. jtan shoes cut to1.../... TAKE OFF THAT SIGN TRADES ASSEMBLY AFTER STREET CAR MAIL SIGNS. Government Insist on Applying the .Recent Ruling of the Foat- otlllce Department That Only Cars Carrying Mail Shall Bear the w5§j Sign* QgSs? A rJlTie Dulu'th Federated Trades assembly at its meeting llast^ evening'voted to lake som€ aictton againts the Street Railway «cnr.paiiy in reeard to the sign "U, S. Mail" on the cars. This sign, it is claimed was put on the cars by the company ito defend itse...

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. — 5 August 1899

'J Ecurious tain- DULUTH'S FUTURE. The Vast Possibilities of Our City as Seen, and Some Suggestions by, a Visitor. By PAUL WIIiIJAJIS. NG-AGBD in constant travel many cities fall under our ob servation. Among1 these is Du­ luth, Minnesota. This city is 'remark able for various reasons, among them being- that it hds numerous large and beautiful public buildings, many ele­ gant residences, the best of| school buildings, while a large part of .'the city is located on the side of a moun- ,, 5 This head of Lake Superior is fed by the St. Louis .river. Between this' river and the lake a sandy bar has been formed which is about 800 feet wide and seven miles long, covered with groves of trees. This bar is known as Park Point and is being used as ai summer resort, the bay on one side of this Point ^containing- warmwater suitable for bathing. A few miles eastward from the cen­ ter of the city is Lester Park, contain­ ing withirf itsconflnep.^rapid running ~s river down- through -a r6cky glen,...

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. — 5 August 1899

THE LABOR WORLD. O— PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. Business Office, 101 Torre? Bldg., DulutU. Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, to advance 11-0® JBix Months, in advance 60 Three Months, in advance 25 Single copies, 6 cents. A-dvertislng rates made known on appli­ cation. gpSBiSlgfjj TWADES I rSK71 COUNCIL SABB1G G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. Bntered at the Postoffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. Nearly every city in the United States that enjoys a street car service has experienced a strike on the street car system in the past two or three years. In all evil some good- cxists^s comforting to think or and' out of these .terrible conflicts between' labor and private property municipal own­ ership is sure to come. Even the dull­ est man will reflect that it is a stupid thing- to give away- tfye public streets and then have ithe pri­ vate owners stop all traffic be­ cause their men will not' work for inad...

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. — 5 August 1899

PLAIN TRUTH The public has long since learned that the statements made by THE HUB can be relied upon. There is so much deception and fraud in advertising methods that the public usu­ ally takes advertisers' statements with a grain of salt. THE HUB always endeavors to tell a straight story, and results have proved that plain truth tells. THIS WEEK 107 West Superior St DULUTH The United States Civil Service Com rcission 'announces that a special ex­ amination will 'be held toy its post office board of examiners in the city September 6, 1899, commencing at-9 a. m., for the positions of clerk and carrier in the post-office in this city. The examination will consist of spelling, arithmetic, letter writing, penmanship, copying from plain copy, geography of the. United States* and reading acTcTresses. The arithmetic Hvill consist of tests in the fundamen­ tal principles, extending as far as common and decimal fractions and embracing' px-o'olems. The tige ]'imitations for this exam­ ination...

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. — 5 August 1899

rl:-/ t* H^c lfc|' In Vicl Kid and icl Kid and Calf CUt to.. Men's $2.00 tan ijhoes cut to $1.98 $1.60 "ADULUTH TRAGEDY" PRETTY ROMANCE WITH SCENE OX MINNESOTA POINT. Story by Thomas A. Janvier and It Appears In Harpers Weekly for ft August—Heroine the Danghter, of Southern. Gentleman Whose Mother. Was Descendant of Swell-1 ish Royal House. I nesota Point. Mr. Jauvier w^s one of last fre(, season's & Co. 218 W. Superior St. We must Close Out every pair of Shoes in our store. Price is no ob­ ject. And Less Than Cost, to move them quick. ,}.v,, 59c Ladies' tan and black Oxfords "... Ladies' $1.35 tan and black Oxfords Ladies' $2-00 and $2.50 tan and black Oxfords at Ladles' $3.00 tan shoes cut to Chil&'s $1.23 tan shoes cut to. Men's $3.00 tan shoes, Eoys' $2.00 tan shoes cut to The frontis piece of the story shows a (Following is the line uo for today's bird's eye view of the central part of game: S,A'.r S Duiuth, looking down the point and out Duiuth. Superior on the bay, fl...

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. — 12 August 1899

WE sito rhave Of the Trusts on the Public While in Private Hands. By PAUL WILLIAMS, bad been discussing the probable effect on the small retail business of the country when we asked Dr. Penrose the reason for the growing1 hatred existing among the people against •trusts. "The reason, Mr. Williams, for t&at feeling is in the fact that the average business man fears the power of the great combine. He knows that the purpose of the trust is to make mon­ ey, to accomplish which means the crushing out of all competition, and he naturally feels that it is only a question of time when he too will find his business destroyed." "What evidence, 'Doctor, do we have that the combine will prove hurtful to the general public?" "It is a well, known jfaot," replied the Doctor, "that corporations will resort to peculiar business conduct that individuals would, shrink from in vfclie'ir individual capacity^'?' We will take as an illustration the combine iwhioh rules the meat trade in acertain part ...

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. — 12 August 1899

THE LABOR WORLD, PUBldSHBD OVERT SATURDAY. Buslneas Office, 101 Torrey Bids.. Dulutit- Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year,. In-advance 11-00 Six Months, in advance SO Three Months, In advance 56 Single copies, 6 cents. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. TRADES COUNCIL rg3 SABME O. AKIIf, Editor ui Pnbllaher. letters and articles relating to the so-' rial problem are solicited. Entered at the Fostoldce at Duluth. Minn.-, as flecondcJaes natter. While the women wept and the meu cursed beneath their breath, Rfusldfr Colony, In Tennessee, was sold .-oM~ under the sheriff's hammer last 'wfeekV The totftl receipts, not including .the1 paper, amounted to $12,465. The land" aicne originally cost $16,000, and the houses and other Improvements in'anyj thousands in addition. The horses, "mules, hogs and other stock, all ot fine quality,'were snapped up by the farmers at low prices.' The main puiH chasers were the minority sharehold­ ers, who will reorganize the colony^ on a some...

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. — 12 August 1899

I)o Selling at Half Price... It's been a great week—a great opportunity. Getting- for halif—the gP lind of clothes we sell—its just that much money saved to buyers, jjgg Everybody knows .the higto character' of our goods. It's just half saving-, and that's why crowds come daily. We're selling the bat anee of our Spring and Summer Suits, and if we didn't you'd be the firgt to say—you're earr.ying' last year's stock. All Suits marked as before this sale inplain figures. lien's and Bays' Outfitters. Angiist Saxine of the Tailors'. Union is' in Blioomih'gton, Illinois, atendinbf a meeting of 'the law and auditing committee olf the International Tail­ ors'Union. Chas. Leytzef returned t/he first of, t.ic week from St Paul, where he liud been to see about securing cars foi* Labor Day. A.H. Gibron, 'the handsome.clerk at the popular Big Dnluth, and- his charming wife, celebrated their tenth wedding- anniversary You pay Just Half--* For $20 Suits Pay For $18 Suits Pay For $15 Suits Pay. For...

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. — 12 August 1899

FSS&ST AN&UA1 IPfJt than they are EES FIOURE SALE Ends Saturday Evening. 3 Days of Genuine Bargains.... A sale with terrific reductions in all de­ partments throughout the whole store. No half-hearted cuts. Big reductions that will cause immediate and wanted results^ We promise to give you more value, more quality, more satisfaction than any other store in the city. BIGGEST IN WORLD FAYAL MINES WILL SEND OCT THE MOST ORE. Mine That last Year Shipped naif a Million Tons Will This Year Send Out a Bitilion and a Quarter. 1 Three -Systems of Mining, V'nder- 1 ground, Milling and With Steam S 1 The iFayal mine near Eveleth is doing wonders this season. It is expected, bar •f ring labor troubles or other, unexpected difficulties, that this mine "Will ship more ore this year than any other iron ore mine on, the planet. Last year the Faya! fa*-.-.*, shipped 575,000 tons. This year its esti mated record is 1,250,000 tons. The. iron oro mines'of the Minnesota Iron'company the Vermilio...

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. — 19 August 1899

A ,w #'^t"isfcort ,4And 1 r' Of the Servant Girl Question. Work a Profession. By PAUL. WILLIAMS. 4- E had just been" reading about when the scarcity of 'servant girls/ when we questioned Dr. Pesnrose on .the subject, saiying: v. 'trg "Doctor}. what is th® r&fson for tl.e supply .of domestics. We -^near neighbor who has been aflver "®'itising for, and' in search of* a. servant tlhe past -two months.and is unabk 7* to get one." "Whait is. the size of the family?"' "About the average size* five child- 'iron, Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins, end Mrs, *if /Wiggin's mother. Very-nice jpeople, :T~, children well 'behaved, but all young lt°° 1 much care for Mps.wiggius. ,4 Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Wigigin's mother, does what sihe can about the house, ibut her health prevents her front be* ing much asstetanc." "Does 'Mrs. ^Wiggins. haive a good deal of company?" "Yes, Doctor, and thai.is one of her troubles., She was raised in? fashion­ able life, is-.a -public. spirited woman 'belongs to two ortlhrde ...

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. — 19 August 1899

IIf •v". .'L iSc^i i'&rmw fcj I 1 THE LABOR WORLD. PUBUSHED EVERT SATURDAY. Business. Qffl to, 101 Torrey Bldg., Dulutfl. Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, to advance 11.00 Six Months, in advance 60 Three Months, In advance. 23 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. CTWADES liSBTI COUNCIL SAIMUE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the Poatoltice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. The atempted murder of Labori, he leading1 counsel for Dreyfus, the first of 4be week was not a surprise to that part of the world ouitside of France. The emprise is that murder and sui­ cide is as less frequents Murder and crime of the most atrocious character must naturally follow in the wake of such prolonged outrages upon Justice and Truth,--such scheming and plot­ ting for 'the overthrow of the republic suclh military despotism and corrup­ tion, such inhumanity to man.-. The questi...

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. — 19 August 1899

The Last Day of the /, Great Fed Figure Sale, This is the greatest sale Disluth ever had* Union-made clothing at non, union-made prices/ Each union. Cn the city Is preparing to make a big showing Labor Day. The barbers of West DuJuth have organized and will be in line Labor Day. more 1 building, and is prepared' to do any1 and all kinds of work in his line. Mr. McEwen has for (several.: years been an able and' con­ scientious worker in the ranks of organ­ ized labor, has 'held many positions of trust both In local- and state organizations, and (his withdrawal from active work will be deeply regretted by his cOnlrades. The brewery workers met Monday night at Columbia hall and completed their (organization and adopted a scale of wages t'hat is a slight increase over the wa^es 'that .have been paid. The men claim that 'heretofore they (have worked 12 hours a day and from two to three hours on Sunday. They •wages will, demand JO hours and no Sunday work. The scale of paid 'heretofore ha...

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. — 19 August 1899

TOO GOOD TO MISS fiis D. ADAMS DILATES ON THE BEAUTIES OF DiLCTH. Declnre* That All That Is Lacking In Snmmcr Is A Seasonable Ho­ tel. Boulevard Especially Ap­ peal* to Him—Points Out How All Roads Lead to Dalnth—Grain to Go All Rail Next Winter. E. D. Adams of New York, ai member of the board of directors and of the exe­ cutive committee- of the Northern Pacific Railroad company, spent yesterday in Duluth. He was accompanied by his fam­ ily, and they left for home on the steamer North West. Mr. Adams says that he did not intend to come to Duluth when he started, but had planned to come up the lakes as far as Mackinac and there re­ main till the North West had run up to Duluth and back again. He continued the trip to the-end of the route for the rea­ son1 that he could not obtain accommoda­ tions at Mackinac. Mr. Adams Is one of the best known men of affairs In New York: He is rec­ ognized as an expert in engineering big financial deals, and his success as chair­ man of the reorgani...

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. — 26 August 1899

VOL. 5, No. WEindustrial pared with th-e finished 'building, and yet, :,jit Is evident it'hat 'the parts of an edifice mu.jt exist separate before they can be placed o sother. Therefore, while toe undeveloped, at compared with the finished, Is"'wrong •yet as the undeveloped must first exisr, ... it is of itself right." "Yes, Doctor, we will admit the position you take, that "whatever is right,, is right. ... That is a,'certain sense thejje is no wron^. What i-n a certain, sense there is no Wrong. cJevclODed. condffikm'. JTfcr the sake of avoiding argument we will admit that. ,r.ut, as the undeveloped may. be terme/1 •evil in. contrast with the more highly rte- v,voloped It does not take a long-'memory to re­ el ect back to the time' within the past six years, Mr. Williams, when it was ai anost impossible to obtain any money. Today we,get It more easily:" 1 "Wel1, ,if tot1ay THE 17. GREATEST OF ALL. The Money Trust the Most Prominent Evil That Exists in the Industrial World. By PAUL ...

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. — 26 August 1899

v.» •. ,-„-J 1 i§|s The Money Trust the Most Prominent Evil That Exists in the Industrial World. ". By PAUL WILLIAMS ~W 7 E had been discussing the prom- lnent w£ evils which exist In t'ie industrial world when we asked the Doctor to name the most prominent ot the apparent ovals. if The Doctor's reply .was unexpected. "As everyt ing that is is the result of 'h $~, cireumst'ance' over which we 'have no control, hardly anything. Mr. Williams, S^cjisxean T)o called evil. As the circumstances i.-^-Jihavp been forever at .work, in the produn ®vfiM'tlm °t that wfcich is and that which is -'Ah^was inevitable, it is hardly fair to term le conditions which result from inevitable clr i|^^j&cumstances, evil." 'TfAri "And yet the lower conditions as com S-v^-pared with tne higher, and better anr,batf we term them evil. Remember we use eggtegthe .terms good and eval only in a copipar ^yative sense. The materials of a .building. itsa.'iS^attered aibout the (ground on which an $. edifice is to...

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. — 26 August 1899

THE LABOR WORLD. FTJBIJSHBD EJVERT SATURDAY. BnMnem Office, 101 Torrer Bid*.. DulutlL Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, hi advance 11-00 Six Months, In advance GO Three Months, In advance .25 Single copies, 6 cents. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. UTH. *4 SABRIES G. AKIN, Editor Ul rablliher. Letters and articles relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the Postofflce at Duluth. Minn., as second cJaes matter. A portion of the American press feigns to be greatly astonished because the gen­ eral staff of France excuses forgeries to save the national they call "honor." O, we are not so .tr behind hi doing wrong to save the "na­ tional honor." There's the Philippine matter for Instance. Then think of Cap­ tain Oberlin Carter—shielded from crime and a court martial sentence to save the "honor" of men If all the bad things that are being said of GMhu Boot, the new Secretary of War, be true, (President iMcKinley anight belter 'ha ire appointed old Sata...

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. — 26 August 1899

Theresa Best in Everything In Clothes it's Hub Clothes. SIX SEVENTY-FIVE The commit'tee on Labor Day program iias n'early everything completed. The I'ne of march and list of events and prises arc given below. UBNE OF MAJRGH. Parade starts promptly at S:30 a. m. The Jine of marce will form on First street, -west of (Fourth avenue west, will so cast on First street to Third dvenub east, down Third avenue east to Superior street, west on Supsrior street to Eleventh avenue west, countermarch on Superior street to'Michigan street to Union Depot, where irn'.ons 'will take 10:30 train tor Fond du Lac. O" ,:EIR OiF DIVISIONS. Chief Marshall, John jVTcilurchy. FIRST DIiVIS'ION. Forms on First street, west of Fourth avenue west. First Deputy Marshall, Gordon O'Neil, 4 l-T.itoon of Police. "City iBajiU, Twenity Pieces. Delegates to Trades Assembly. "-.» Ivonsshorosmen's Union, sv IVaifht (Handlers Union, Baker/ U'nion. Retail Clerks Union. Saw Mill Workwjfe, '.New Duluth. •Street Railway Emplo...

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. — 26 August 1899

I I J, The parade iwill form at 8:30 In the morning, the first section on Third nrvl Tcwer, the second-" on Ogden and Third -V ana the third on John. The proposed line march Is from Third street to Towar, i*'-'"•* '.ort Tower to Sixteenth street counter /. march on Tower to Broadway and nn -y'f-. '..-./..-.Broadway to the Pair building where ranks ^i%%rstUH» l)roken and cars taken to the East tj?l M*- I WtV To get Furniture and Carpets at Cost Price at our Midsummer Sale Come in and let us give you our prices. This is no humbug but tne truth. At BAYHA & 24 and 26 E Look- for Big Sign, on Roof. Superior O ad a a A el a regular meeting Tuesday- evening which 'was well attended. The different Labor Day committees reported progress and everything points to a successful day. It -was unanimously decided to do away w.'th all speech making and devote the entire day to attetic games, plcnlclng and danc ing. A dance will also he held in the fair v&u building. The order ln which the un...

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