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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 23 September 1899

Onion Directory It fhe secretaries or the various un­ ion- whose card dots not appear will !vjm' it in we. will insert !t in this col­ umn. DELEGATES TO TRADES ASSEMULV. Machinists—J. S. Holding, Chas. G. Ir yine, H. C. Royce. Musicians—H. W. L-.nners. Printers—Henry Dworschak, Chas. E. Seymour, S. E. P^achey. Steamfitters —. Henry Gazette, Louis Koehler. Tinners—I. Pierce, T. Timlin. Saw Mill Workers—Chas. A. Wilcox, Fred Gramzaw, Wm. lvasmiska. Superior Trades Assembly—Otto Wlnlcler Joe. Cunkle. Tailors—John Benson, August Saxlne* O. E. Lunlie Pressman's Assistants and Helpers Alex. Stewart, Gustav Axt, John Uola. Bricklayers—Wm. Anderson. Arthur Ai den, Thos. P. Waite. Bartenders—Dave Evans, John Casey. Coopers—H. O. Walker. W. B. Hamilton. Draymen—Wm. llarwood, Julius kany, John Tergan. Freight Handlers—James Dunn, H. C. Baker, Frank Willett. Longshoremen—Frank Gilmeau, Rooerc Wilhelm, Moses Lafevre. Carpenters—J. H. Baker, A. H. Apple­ by, R. G. Free. West End Clerks—Chas. Gust...

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. — 23 September 1899

Onion Directory rhe secretaries of the various un •vhose card Clous noi .iiqHiir wiii It in wo. will iiJ.st-rL It in this DELEGATES TO 'J'llAlHiS ASSKMilt.V. Machinists—J. S. Holding, Chas. G. lr yine, H. C. Koyce. Musicians—H. W. Lanners. Printers—Henry Dworschuk, Chas. E. Eeymour, S. E. Peacliey. Steamfitters Henry Gazette, Louis JCoehler. Tinners—I. Pierce, T. Timlin. Saw Mill Workers—Chas. A. Wilcox, Fred Gramzaw. Wm. Kas-miska. Superior Trades Assembly—Otto Winkler Joe. Conkle. Tailors—John Benson, August Sax'.'.io, O. E. Lunlie Pressman's Assistants aid Helpers Alex. Stewart, Gustav Axt. .John '01 v.. Bricklayers—V/m. Anderson. riliur Ai den, Thos. P. Waite. Bartenders—Dave Evans, John asey. Coopers—H. O. Walker. W. 33. Hamilton. Draymen—Wm. llarwood, Julius I.any, John Tergan. Freight Handlers—James Dunn, If. C. Baker, Frank Willett. Longshoremen—Frank Gilmcau, .Rouc-rc Wilhelm, Moses La£evre. Carpenters—J. 11. Ciker, A. H. Apple­ by, R. G. Free. West End Clerks—Chas. Guslafs...

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. — 30 September 1899

...THEY DO RIGHT... He Who Wears a Fettef Needs It.—He Who Bears a Kick Deserves it By HELEN WILMANS, KNOW the slave-driver and I know the stance, has developed into a gigantic ma slave, and I say that the slave-driver, 1 chine that costs $75,00, owned not by la .selifsh as Ihe is, is a gentleman in com- borers but by capitalists, who will have parlson with the slave. There is nothing in all the world so ignoble as a slave. He is in his true position so long as he will­ ingly bears his servitude He is fit for nothing else. Why should I care that his back is bent with the burdens of ano­ ther? Wi.iy should I be distressed at hi» wrongs? His wrongs are his rights so long as he bears them willingly. That which would be the wrongs of freemen are for him his just deserts. I mean to speak ithe truth from this tim? on. I have coddled the slave and called him a man, when I knew there was no manhood in him. I will do it no long­ er. On the contrary, I mean to assert everywhere and on all occ...

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. — 30 September 1899

THE LABOR WORLD PUBUSHED EVERY SATURDAY. Business Office, 101 Torrey Bldg., Dulutlt Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance fl-W Six Months, in advance «S® Three Months, in advance Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. TRADES (HiSffl COUNCIL TH. SABRIE «. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. letters and articles relating »o the so« elal problem are solicited. Bntered at the Postoftlce at Duluth. Minn., as second class matter. THEY HAVE SO REMEDY. The whoe aggregation of anti-trust del­ egates to the conference recently held in Chicago, outside of the socialists, did not present a single remedy to the evils 'they complained of. Not one of them explained .-wherein the trust diiEfered from the indi­ vidual capitalist in its mode of procedure. The 'trust eJfectually crushes its compet­ itor by underselling 'him—exactly what the individual tries to do, and sometimes suc­ ceeds in doing. How are you going to stop this toy legislation? Would you have the s...

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. — 30 September 1899

over $2.00 suit for the price. Other illustrated articles are "Tffdity •five Years cif .T 'ins Hopkins University "In Love's I\.ir Thrall "The Old Mis­ This Trade Mark must be stamped on the ao/o of ovary pair. NEXT TO YOUR WIFE Your Undershirt is your nearest and warmest friend. It may be Monday, or week hence, when your little thin shirt and underpants must give way to heavier weight. No shivering, no freezing, when you put something warm next to your skin. »We sell a good and sightly suit of Underwear for $1.00 that retails at $1.50 all or The best Shoe on earth at the price. WE SELL THE CELEBRATED HANAN SHOES IN ALL WIDTHS AND TOES. M. §. BURROWS. Outfitter from Haad to Foot the city. We sell the best $1.50 and .Underwear that can be put up THE HUB, 107 West Superior St. OCTOBER MAGAZINES. The October numljer of Self Culture Magazine presents a handsome portrait of Admiral Di-wey, anil the Table of Con­ tent's displays a list of articles that will please all classes of readers. ...

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. — 30 September 1899

Men's Fail Suits From $10 These prices represent what we term "the bread and but­ ter" of a clothing stock. Judge a store by its suits at these prices. Here's where our great­ est strength lies a store that ca­ ters correctly to the wants of the people should be able to shew it these prices almost the en­ tire gamut of Cloihedom. do. A visit to tin's store will bring you in touch with the newest, brightest, and most complete stock ol Men's Suits, Top Coats, Ulsters and Fur­ nishings in the city. Ms, Levcrus I £@. 225-227 Wtsi Superior srreef. Union Directory If the secretaries of the various un­ ions whose card does not appear wili send it In we will insert it in this col­ umn. DELEGATES TO TRADES ASSEMXHLY. Machinists—J. S. Holding, Chas. G. Ir­ vine, H. C. Royce. Musicians— H. W. Lanners. Printers—Henry Dworschak, Chas. E Seymour, S. E. Peachey. Steamfitters Henry Gazette, Louis Koehler. Tinners—I. Pierce, T. Timlin. Saw Mill Workers—Chas.. A. Wilcox, Fred Gramzaw, Wm. Kasmiska. S...

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. — 30 September 1899

IV I 1 Men's Fe From SIO These prices represent what we term "the bread and but­ ter" of a clothing stock. Judge a store by its suits at these prices. Here's where our grcat est strength lies a store that ca ters correctly to the wants of the people should be able to show lit these prices almost the en­ tire gamut of Clothcdoin. We do. A vii 1 to this store will bring VOII in touch with the newest, brightest, and most complete stock of Men's Suits, Top Coats, Ulsters and Fur­ nishings in the cit\\ Floaii, Leveroos I Co. 225-227 wesi Superior Street Union Directory If the secretaries oi the various un Ions whose card does nut appear wil DELEGATES TO TJtADES ASSEMBLY. Machinists—J. S. Holding. Chas. G. Ir­ vine, fi. C. Royce. Musicians—11. W. Lanners. 1'rlnters—Henry Dworschak, Chas. E. Seymour, S. E. Peachey. Bteamfitlers Henry Gazette, Louis Koehler. Tinners—I. Pierce, T. Timlin. S iw Mill Workers—Chas., A. Wilcox, FreJ Gramzaw, VVm. Kasmiska. Superior Trades Assembly—Otto Winkler 1...

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. — 7 October 1899

anrt ....FIVE YEARS.... Many Changes to Take Next Five Years. Wsanttime. Five years! How many, many changes may take place in that time. We were busy in considering the many important events that might occur in that period when we asked Doctor Pen­ rose his opinion of the great changes to come in the near future. Place in the By PAUL WILLIAMS. E WERE sitting together for the last We had had many plea­ interviews in the past six months. We had discussed the labor question, social life and the future state. The time had come to part, each to go his way, with the expectation that we should meet again five years hence. States \viH soon be in peaceable posses­ sion of the Philippine islands and the people there will be prepared for the settlement of the difficulties that He replied, saying: "The Philippine war will soon be over. The Filipinos may propose to continue the war indefinitely, but they know that the authorities in the United States mean business, and with the close of the rain...

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. — 7 October 1899

THE LABOR WORLD PUBUSHED EVERY SATURDAY. Business Office, 101 Torrey Bldg., DulutH. Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance 1.00 Six Months, In advance 60 Three Months, in advance 25 Sing-Ie copies, S cents. Advertising- rates made known on appli­ cation. TWADES^^COUNCrL S ^•UTU. rttjSS SADRIE G. AKIV, Editor and Publisher. letters and articles, relating to the so eial problem are solicited. Entered at the Postofflce at Dulutb, Minn., as second class matter. T„ exert such influence on the press and the law makers that cities like New York and Boston go on year by year paying a .dollar and sixty cents for gas, which the city under honest mu­ nicipal management could furnish the citizens at fifty cents and net a profit to the municipality? In Wabash, Indiana, early in August, ithe Home Telephone company declared its semi-'annual dividend of three per cent. This planit was placed in opera­ tion four years ago at a cost of twen­ ty 'thousand dollars. It is today in first class...

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. — 7 October 1899

A We Open Our Line For the new season with much the same feeling of confidence a fellow experiences when lie knows he has a good thing. So many good things grouped together that it is impossible to tell you about them all at once. Our new garments are rich—are going to make people talk. We claim them to be the acme of perfection they are worth looking at. FHE- HUB 107 West Superior Street. IF YOU WISH A: DELICIOUS, WHOLESOME? PALATABLE 8EMP OWE DOLLAR Beverage CALL ON I VAL BLATZ BREWING CO., 8 "STAR" Milwaukee Beer, UUT TIU3 All OlI ?:nd scad ni,anfi''}cnUT« A you till*'10? HL'GUY SH' rrUIlGilF ^'J. 0. ai. if ft within 708 miles of Chicago* ... BUfi^ECTTfl HXAWINAT10N, you ran csaialoi it ut year freight an* *r .oca* PKESECTLY SITISI'ICTOBY, KXACiXi' AS RBPBKBFXTEiJ, itQCUli TO BUMIIKS III AT RETAIL AT $C0.0i) to 875. W uml THE 0RAHDE5T YOU EV Eft •jAW, pay IboWjhl agcat OUR SPECiAL 333.90, and freight charges, lans thetl.00 sent with order. L—J-'" makers putin Mi ch baggies. LatOS...

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. — 7 October 1899

Sixteen hundred IV, engaged filling out-of-town orders. OUR GENEHAL CATALOGUE is the boo', of th»: people —it quoti' io.roo illustration:., and cf articles with prices. It c^Ji 72 ccnij to print and iail each copy. We wr.r.t }^u to have O.t.. 3CWJJ FiFliir.N .LiNr"1.3 to si your fcoo.I faith. and we'll tser.d yo'.i copy K5:i£I£, With all charges prepaid M0ST60MEBY WARD & $2,000 FOR A WOMAN'S, FACE AND BUILDINGS TOO AVEST M:T:I REGIYS TO IOVIOV A _\'0'1AI51LE IIOOM. «nj WflilloKincn Have Bongbt ji.ols WilJi (lie Intention of Jlnllrt iii'o" Humes Within liie Next Few il 11 Ii K—IE ti AVlilch Were •J-'reely Offered to Itout Are Now a Very Sc »rce Arliolc*. Along with the real estate boom that West Duluth Is experiencing a small building boom is starting and it is be­ lieved that it will continue to grow from now on for several months. A great deal of building is expected in the next year or so at this end o£ the city. Most of, the building, it is thought, will be of homes for worki...

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. — 14 October 1899

as Is the Republic Overthrown? Did the United States Bccome an Empire at the Moment She Refused to Promise Self-Government to the Filipinos? EORGE H. SHIBLEY *"«cusses the Philippine question in the cur­ rent number of the Arena in a most interesting manner. He says that these facts are not disputed: (1) The United States purchased from Spain the legal title to the Philippine Islands and the legal right to hold the citizens of those islands as subjects and 0) the United States has refused to prom ise to said citizens that they shall re­ ceive self-government when they es­ tablishing such a government. Does this make the United States an Empire? In other words, is the repub­ lic overthrown and an empire arisen? "Empire" is derived from "imperi um," which means command control domination. Where the sovereign power of any given territory ••has do­ minion over the people of any portion of its territory, with no promises to tliem of self-government,arthe form of the state is that of an e...

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. — 14 October 1899

THE LABOR WORLD PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. gu»lnese Office, 101 Torrey Bldg., Duluth. Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: 9ABRIK q, A|CIJr, Baiter Publisher. letters and articles relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the Postofflce at Duluth. Minn., as eoeond-daes matter.. NEW COURT HOUSE. and what remains of the building Jnto a grounds Since his retirement fron». the posi Ion of secretary of state, John Sher man has largely passed out of public tion of secretary of sta e. P.* 1 tVlew.buf he is still a residents "Wash Sngtoii. "When asked the Other" day pvhat he thought of Admiral Dewey as a nominee for the presidency, Mr. Sherman said: "You must remember that I am a good republican, and cer­ tainly I.do not want to say anything that might embarrass my party. A iman to be successful In the race, for the presidency must know how to man­ age men. Of course, he is the hero ot the times and popular sentiment would run in -his favor as it did to Grant. tliev people i'elect h...

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. — 14 October 1899

We Open Our Line once. looking at. For tiie new season with much the same feeling of confidence a fellow experiences when he knows he has a good thing. So many good things grouped together that it is impossible to tell you about them all at Our new garments are rich—are going to make people talk. We claim them to be the acme of perfection they are worth THE HUB 107 West Superior Street. Without Money. Men and -women wanting money mak­ ing employment all or part of the time cannot do 'better than write us at once. No experience necessary. Big1 profits dur­ ing next sixty 6'ays. Will advance right parties soon as reasonable ability is shown to position {laying good salary and expenses. Information free. E. C. MORSE & CO.,56 Fifth ave.,Chicago'. "LIVE QUESTIONS" EX-GOV. JOHN P. ALTGELD. A Book FOR THE GEO.S. BQWEH PEOPLE CONTAINS ALL THE FAMOUS SPCCCHCS, LETTERS, MESSAGES AND ESSAYS OF THE AUTHOR. EVERY ISSUE OF NATIONAL IMPORTANCE AND POPULAR INTEREST EARNESTLY CONSIDERED. TRUSTS....

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. — 14 October 1899

FALL ANNOUNCEMENT! fowest The Fall season is again upon us. How fast the seasons come and go! It seems but a few days since we were advertising our Spring and Summer Suits, and now it is time to talk winter wear and heavy clothing. Before the hurry and rush of Fall business com­ mences we want to say a word or two to our friends and we take this method of doing so. First—For the favors the past we wish to thank our patrons one ana all. Never has a store tried harder to please its custom­ ers, and we realize that our efforts have been appreciated. No pains have been spared and nothing has been undone to give our iatrons the best clothing obtainable for the possible prices. That we always HAVE what we adver­ tise, and that we always DO as we advertise every customer of this store knows full well. We believe we have earned your con­ fidence by deserving it, and we trust that our store shall ever have an abiding in your mind when thinking of clothing. Now at the opening pf the Fall seas...

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. — 21 October 1899

..The Trust Problem.. The air is rife with singular ideas as to practical means of settling the trust problem. Bourke Cochran says thtat only bad trusts should be con­ demned, Bryan says the states must co-operate with the national govern­ ment in debarring them from their own borders. He also thinks some limita tion should 'be placed on the amount of money permitted to foe invested in cer­ tain lines of business! Mr. Pingree claims that all trusts are so bad that the only hope for the country is to an­ nihilate them, utterly, for, he says, that which the law creates that can the law destroy. These men possess intelligence of the first order. At least two of them are widely read and are conversant with the principles of logic. All three have plenty of common sense, yet they dif­ fer widely on a question of great pub­ lic moment and in which they are par­ ticularly interested in arriving at a common conclusion. Unfortunately neither of them has been able to shake off the slavery of a...

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. — 21 October 1899

THE LABOR WORLD PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Business Office, 101 Torrey Bldg., Duluth. Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance Six Months, in advxnce Three Months, In advance 25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. TRADES ^jMcWWcjL^ SAI1KIE G. AKIS, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the «o cial problem are solicited. Entered at the Postofflee at Duluth. Minn., as second class matter. Hon. Thomas E Hill, who for the past vaar has been connected with the La­ bor World, has severed his relations with this paper, and in ithe future will devote his time to the building up and beautifying of the city as secretary of the Duluth Improvement association. Mr. Hill is a gentleman of wide experi­ ence and excellent abili'ty. As an of­ ficer of similar associations in various other cities, Mr. Hill has visited almost every country on the globe and studied •the laying out of parks and public grounds, besides gathering a store of infor...

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. — 21 October 1899

The Union Label. Think this remember —o The fact that all our garments are made by union workmen and bear the union label, we fill this long-felt want for the union men of Duluth have been constant^ mak ing inquiry' for union label clothing. Now the fact that all our garments are made by union workmen and bear the union label, don't you think it would be to your in­ terest to wear union made clothes when the prices are the same if not cheaper than sweat shop made, and you have not only one or two overcoats or suits to select from with un­ ion label. Everything lias the union label. over and Hub 107 Wes! superior street. EY EX-GOV. JOHN P. ALTGELD. A BOOK FOR THE PEOPLE CONTAINS ALL THE FAMOUS SPEECHES, LETTERS, MESSAGES AND ESSAYS OP THE AUTHOR. I EVERY ISSUE OF NATIONAL IMPORTANCE AND POPULAR INTEREST EARNESTLY CONSIDERED. TRUSTS, MONOPOLIES, GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP, CIVIL SERVICE, TAXATION, MONEY QUESTION, TARIFF, EDUCATION, ELECTION FRAUDS, STRIKES, LABOR ORGANIZATIONS, IMPERIALISM ...

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. — 21 October 1899

FALL ANNOUNCEMENT! The Fall season is again upon us. How fast the seasons come and go! It seems but a few days since we were advertising our Spring and Summer Suits, and now it is time to talk winter wear and heavy clothing. Before the hurry and rush of Fall business com­ mences we want to say a word or two to our friends and we take this method of doing so. First—For the favors the past we wish to thank our patrons one and all. Never has a store tried harder to please its custom­ ers, and we realize that our efforts have been appreciated. No pains have been spared and nothing has been undone to give our patrons the best clothing obtainable for the lowest possible prices. That we always HAVE what we adver­ tise, and that we always DO as we advertise every customer of this store* knows full well. We believe we have earned your con­ fidence by deserving it, and we trust that our store shall ever have an abiding in your mind when thinking of clothing. Now at the opening of the Fall sea...

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. — 28 October 1899

Thas HE ... ...In the Transvaal... By S. GOODWIN. EXPECTED has happened in I vate lines in the light of an out and the Transvaal. President Kruger out expenditure—well made, worthy of declared war against Great I all approval. And the only surprise Britain in order that he may strike be- fore the British can assemble an over whelming and crushing force. With all lines of cable communica tion from South Africa under British control, the public need not expect to hear anything favorable to the Boers for weeks to come. The Boers will make their struggle for liberty and the possession of their town land without even the sympathy of this country. It is stated that the president "does not think it expedient to offer mediation because h'ei has re­ ceived no intimation that it would be acceptable to both parties. Of course mediation would not be acceptable to Great Britain, but the Transvaal has intimated that it would appreciate the offices of this country. Great Britain is approachnig a c...

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