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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 23 December 1899

HINTS A Litt'e List of For Christmas Shoppers HOLIDAY OFFERINGS. iMi ICotM'S (o SjMS.OO Kid (Jldvi's r»Or in #2.0 l.incn Han1 k€-:•• liioi's (o Miik ttt .fi.r.o l!itvir(s r.Oc to ipl.oo CriiUriimrs Iin brel! «.« $ I AM .f0.5 O Ni^lilsliiHs \Sv to $2.1 H» S.Uv SllS|»t»tul«TS -"K' to lp— .OO Smoking Ja«*kel* ....$5.00 tK$ir.00 (Oxford MU(VIM-N r,n• 1 Jewlers and DULUTH The Duluth board .of education lias rescinded a.resolution offered some time iiso which provided tluit the union la­ bel should appear 011 nil printing ro tnired by the board. This action is not pleasing in members of organized —labor, and the reason advanced—that it is class legislation—is certainly very weak, in view of the fae„ that in nearly every court in the land where the iiues tioi. has been considered the decisions have been in favor of the union label. If Dnlutii trades unionists want any­ thing politically there is 110 use in try­ ing to secure r? by begging favors from politicians wtho are not in sympathy wi...

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. — 23 December 1899

!£f FI At the New Store you will llnd the most exquisite Neckwear, Luxurious Smoking Jackets, an elegant line of Linen, such a magnificent display ol Rich Novelties for men was never before placed at your dis­ posal. Smoking Jackets t© Neckwear ,..25c to $!«$© Gloves 5©s to $2J Fancy and White Shirts.....75g "£0 Fancy Suspenders Hose.. 25c t© 75c The most elegant line of Suits and Over­ coats in the Northwest. 225-2^7 W. Superiors V?*\V 4 ftnXTfXIrZL ooaoo ~iA^ IS® ft# We own and occupy the tallest mercantile building in the world. We have over 2,000,000 customers. Sixteen hundred clerks are constantly 4 engaged filling cut-of-town orders. OUR GENERAL CATALOGUE is the boo!: of the people —it quotes Wholesale Priccs to Everybody, has over i.ooo pages, 16,000 illustrations, and 60,000 descriptions o? articles with prices. It costs 72 cents to print and mail each copy. We want you to have one. SEND FIFTEEN CENTS to shov your good faith, and we'll send you a copy FREE, with all charges ...

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 December 1899

WHAT THEY DID. As the Labor World was not repre sentert at the A. F. of L. convention recently held in Detrot, we will give the report of the deliberations of the fir-legates present, given by Max Hayes to his paper, the Cleveland Citizen. iMr. Hayes was a delegate to the con­ vention, as well as a representative of a newspaper, and is one of the most reliable and up-to-date "agitators" in the field. He says: The convention of the A. F. of L. this year will not go down in history as remarkable for its progressiveness. Many of the same old resolutions that have grown musty with age were once more sent through the hopper in a per­ functory sort of manner without arous­ ing the slightest discussion. Much of the valuable time of the convention (valuable in that it costs all of a thou­ sand dollars a day) was taken up with trade fights. Machinery and newer methods of production and distribution have so diversified the trades that it is almost impossible to discover the line of demarkatio...

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 December 1899

THE LABOR WORLD PUBU3HED EVERY SATURDAY. Business Office, 101 Torrey Bldg., DulutB. Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, !n advance fl.00 Six Months, in advance 50 Three Months, in advance 2 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on appll cation. -^iUNIONh^= 1..mCOUNCIL ^j/j-UTH. Ml S4IIIUE (2. AKIN, Editor and I'nbllnlier. Lett-era and articles relating to the SO' elal problem are solicited. Entered at the Postoffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. And now it is proposed to raise a purse for Gen. Lawlon's widow. Why not raise one for the widow of brave (Bill Anthony of the Maine? Bill, poor fellow, out of employment and snub­ bed on all sides, became desperate and killed himself a week or so ago. But Bill was not an officer, with ten or fifteen pounds of gold lace on his clothes, so he don't count. Lawton was killed, and many others have been killed, and what is more, many more will be killed: and if the government expects the public to pass the hat on eac...

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 December 1899

?s, it Pays to Buy Your FURNITURE Carpets, LOV. JOHN P. ALTGELD. !OOK FOR THE PEOPLE NS ALL THE FAMOUS SPEECHES, LETTERS, 5SAGES AND ESSAYS OF THE AUTHOR. ISSUE OF NATIONAL IMPORTANCE AND LAR INTEREST EARNESTLY CONSIDERED. USTS. Ar Neenih Lr. 11:66 p.m l. Ar Oshkosh LT.11:31 p.m i. Ar...Fond du Lac...LiV. 10:65 p.m. l. Ar... Milwaukee ...Lv. 8:46p.m n. Ar Chicago ....Lv. «:25p.m rates or other Information, apply Ticket Office, 423 West Superlot Union Depot, or W. M. STEPHENSON. General Afeat, 01 Weat Superior St.. Duluth.- Was. 2900 ir middle aeed. For tile MAIL and POSTAL SER ialarics from $800.00 to 90 ptr yr. We PREPARE :cn for these positions by Satisfaction Guaranteed. Hank references. Ad tnclosinc stamp. INTER CORRESPONDENCE INSN- SMUTMSTSWI^ wa City, lowo. Stoves, MONOPOLIES, GOVERNMENT RSHIP, CIVIL SERVICE. TAXATION, :Y QUESTION, TARIFF, EDUCATION, -ION FRAUDS, STRIKES, LABOR NIZATIONS. IMPERIALISM RED Draperies, 0UR WORK BIG BARGAIN llii-s out and return with $1.00(money or...

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 December 1899

No. 5 Dining Room Table Cloth Table Clotb, white with red bars. Size 50 68 inches Seat postpaid on rcceipt of 2 cent postage stamp and 00 signatures cut from wrappers of Arbuckle Roasted Codec. No. 52 Lady's Apron Fine quality white lawn wide strings and fancy lace insertion. Size 32 40 inches. Scut 1 paid cclpt of two ft't 57. A Pj oa receipt of cenc pestugo stamp and 25 signatures cut Irotn wrappers k( Arbhckieff Roasted Coifee, A- iff spew ,0S'IS mm! Highest znv, and workm»rr'_,p. 311 calibre, centre-fire double action. Sent br express, wU^^urdoriii^fro^i^j.to..i Li.^iiiim-7 to 4-j paid on receipt of .1 2 cvul charges prepnld by us, on receipt of 2 cent postage stamp and ISO slsnatares cut from wrappers of Ar buckles' Boasted Coffee. Wben ordering namo yonr nearest Express Office as well as your Post OSes. This it a tricture ol the sig­ nature on Arbuckles' Rottttd Coflee Wrapper, which yon are t« cut out and send to u* a voucher. No other part of the Coflee Wrapper wil. be accep...

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. — 6 January 1900

-o-o-o«o*o*o*o»o*c*o»c»o»o»o«o«o»o*o»o^o-o THE WHEELS GRIND SLOWLY. --0*0*v»0»0*0 Ibillwas a striking1 commentary on the adoption in the House of the to surrender to the' National •banks entire control over the currency of the country, that on the day before the Glotye National bank, of Boston, should have been forced Into insolv oney, a huge business concern with $5,000,000 of assets and only $3,000,000 of liabilities On the day of the pas­ sage o£ the bill Wall street was struck "by-a panic in which $100,000,000 of in­ flated values were wiped out of ex­ istence in less than two hours, wind­ ing up with the failure of a trust com­ pany with over $8,000,000 of liabilities. The action of the BosOtn bank re­ ferred to was directly clue to the finan­ cial pressure of Standard Oil magnates who wanted to compel the Globe bank to .surrender control of the Boston and Anaconda copper mines. Such was the power of these land sharks that they actually succeeded in their criminal purpose—no le...

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. — 6 January 1900

-o*o-o*o*o-o-o-o-o-o- «0-0»C-0«'0 I THE WHEELS GRIND SLOWLY. -o-o-o*o-o*o»o-o* I was a striking: commentary on the adoption in the House of the bill to surrender to the National •banks entire control over the currency of the country, that on the day before the Globe National bank, of Boston, should have been forced Into insolv­ ency, a huge business concern with $5,000,000 of assets and only $3,000,000 of liabilities On the day of the pas­ sage of the bill Wall street was struck by a panic in which $100,000,000 of in­ flated values were wiped out of ex­ istence in less than two hours, wind­ ing up with the .failure of a trust com­ pany with over $8,000,000 of liabilities. The action of the Bosptn bank re­ ferred to was directly due to the finan­ cial pressure of Standard Oil magnates who wanted to compel the Globe bank to .surrender control of the Boston and Anaconda copper mines. Such was the power of these land sharks that they actually succeeded in their criminal purpose—no less ...

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. — 6 January 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Business Office, 101 Torres Bldg., DulutB. Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance I*-00 Six Moirths, in advance 60 Tliree Months, in advance 25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. COUNCIL TRADES TH. t* SAI1IUE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the ao eial problem are solicited. Entered at the PoslofTice at Duluth Minn., as second olass matter. MOST D.WGEROt S, The gold standard financial bill now befrfre congress is In many respects the most revolutionary, as it is in all icspects the most dangerous financial bill ever offered to Congress. Not only uoes it declare for the gold standard, but it puts in operation the machinery of the treasury department to retire from circulation and lock up the en- tire isstle of .$346,000,000 of greenbacks. As th'ough this were not enough in it­ self, the bill carries a disguised bat­ tery in the form of a provisiomvhich looks practi...

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. — 6 January 1900

"LIVE PEST Iyss, it Pays to Buy Your FURNITURE Carpets, IVVcsffl EX-GOV. JOHN P. ALTGELD. Book for the A TRUSTS. MONOPOLIES, GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP, CIVIL SERVICE, TAXATION, MONEY QUESTION, TARIFF, EDUCATION, ELECTION FRAUDS, STRIKES, LABOR ORGANIZATIONS, IMPERIALISM AND A HUNDRED OTHER TOPICS DISCUSSED. HANDSOME LIBRARY EDITION, 1,000 PAOES, SUBSTANTIAL CLOTH, POSTPAID, $2.50' GEO. S. BOWEH& SON, DAIL.X SERVICE: 4:00 p.m. Lv Duluth Ar. 11:15 a.m. •l:Ui p.m. L.V...W. Superior...Ar. 1L00 a.m. 4:35 p.m .. Superior Ar. 10:37 a.m. 7:25 p.m Ashland Ar. 7:45 a.m. 4:14 a.m. Ar Neenah Stoves, Draperies, Unity Bidg.,CHICAGO. Agents wanted everywhere. Write for terms. D. A. PETP.E, Sole AKPIU fop ST. I.onia Comity and 5-7 Cliiuiilier Commerce, Dulnth. Snper" Dr, Lovers of Comfort and a Good Table should try the Wisconsin Centre! Lines DINING CAR SERVICE. Meals In dirilrn cars are served a la cart* Direct ]ln Oshkosh, Neenah, Marsh field, Foii.i du IJHC, Menasha, Elevens Point, CHICAGO. MlLW...

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. — 6 January 1900

AGE OF MR.MOLINEUX IT MAY CUT (l\SM)i:i{VIU.l'. OF A KKiCKR IX HIS TltlAI,. His MnrrinKM Ceilifiijilc to Mi«.s RilllClK'slij-oil 'i li 1 In ced HIIOIMI Introdu­ to SIhut His A»-—II ('nrriiliiir #t!'H A Be Oiven in 1,1-11.T SimiiMl "llnrnett" Hut 1)»cn \nt 'orr«- TO LLNRNEL I'M AK. NEW YORK, Jan. 4— In 1 frost did not lag for a moment today in the trial ot Kolantl H. Molineaux for the murder of Mrs. Katherine J. Adams. ,Three of the witnesses called gave testimony concerning the sickness of Henry (,'. Harnett, who died at the Knickerbocker Athletic club in the fall of ]8!)ff, and wlilt the prosecution claims, was poisoned by cyanide of mercury contained in Kutnow powiler. The prosecution was also enabled to introduce the marriage cerlificaie of Roland B. Molineaux and Blanche Chesebrough, the alleged purpose of of feing it being to fix the age of Molin­ eaux. In one of the letters asking for a patent medicine, signed "IT. O. Garnet." the writer gave his age. It corresponded to that i...

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. — 13 January 1900

HUGO'S, POSITION. Republican Mayor-Elect Ad­ dresses Meeting at City Hall and Outlines His Stand on the Mayoralty. The first meeting of the campaign Avras held at the city hall on. Wednes­ day night under the auspices of the Garfield Republican club. The room was well filled and all seemed eager for the real fighting to begin. The meeting was called to order by Rep resentative George R. Laybourn in the absence of President Hegg. When Mr Hugo mounted the platform he was greeted with cheeks. He said: "Mr. Chairman, members of the Gar field club and others: I do not pre' tend to possess many virtues and ex pect to lose what few I do profess to have, before the campaign is ended (Laughter), except one, and that is punctuality. "I am glad that the first gun of the city campaign has, been fired by the young men of the Republican party which are represented in large meas­ ure in the Garfield club. The young men can be of inestimable value and now that the campaign is under way they will do...

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. — 13 January 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. EuBtneso OfTlce, 101 Torrey Bldg., Dulutft. Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year. In advance fl-00 Six Months, In advance W Three Months, In advance -i® Single copies, S cents. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. /liiiimh TRADES ^jSyjCOUNCU ^•".yuABty SABRIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the *o eiaJ problem are solicited. Entered at the Postoftlce at Dulutb Minn., as second class matter. On. the heels of the financial crash In Wall street tha was only averted by a hair's breadth from being a general panic.-, the administration press is loud in its asservations that "prosperity has come to stay." This is gratifying news, for we all want prosperity and we want it to stay but when this opinion is based on the ra'ise of wages as it is, we should not overlook the fact that the standard of wages is still not high enough to make their pur­ chasing power offset the raise in the prire of products. The lat...

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. — 13 January 1900

jSS,"|Tlir^§S That nasty, irritat '***& ffl ing, sense destroying CATARRH 1 the celebrated and a.«i positive cure BAUER'S mSiPAREIL A perfect Messing Send for the thankful words of those cured. If your druggist can't supply you. we will tell you where to get it, and send testimony of its worth. BAKER DHEJQ CO., Fergus Fulls, Minn. Fitger's ReHslied Beer The Beer OF THE PEOPLE Brewed FOR THE PEOPLE BY THE PEOPLE & BREWERS AND BOTTLERS. Commercial Light and Power Co. Successors to Uartman General Electric Co. Famish Electric Cirrttm- For Light and Power. 16 W. SUPER! OR STRE fBB.teNDCOCEWT» JKiSSS -vuii «a »or tvivbralfft l,a HUKTa WITAK ky c\iirOMS, O. 1.. KiibjfiM oxHiiiiasi'cQ, 11 is a [i (M'nuiue «i!t Brrlit Aw.-ricjin jnacJcinstrument cf y, pci'J'oot rosewood finish. very pi i'5'zbJy Handsomely inlaid around t-i .-H.uiKi Inland Inlaid stripe \n Uac*. t'Hiiiloiri UoanO to?, l'iij orbo:iiu accurately i'ret [ia ted with j:si: cdi'/et*:. posir! riots, rfV •Uucrlraii lir:nl. a...

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. — 13 January 1900

IHV I fc: WM Scene in Portugal at the Rid Porto Vineyards. CARRYING THK PORT GRXPES TO THE WINERY, ON THE HEADS OF MEN AND WOMEN, NEAR THE VALLE DE MENETIZ WHERE THEY ARE DUMPED IN THE MASHING VATS TO BE TRODDEN FCR PORT WINE. The rugged hills with projecting rocks of brown stone and-'shale containing a large quantity of iron, make it impossible to use wagons hare hence the grapes have to be carried to the treading vat or larger as they are called, and some are large enough for twenty persons to tread, which they do dancing to music furnished by the proprietor. ALFRED SPEER, the Pioneer wine grower of New Jersey whose Port Grape wine and Burgandy rivals the world, imported, the Port Grape vines many years ago, and planted vineyards in the Passaic Valley N. J. The soil in Passaic county, New Jersey, is identical to that of de'Menetiz. Speer's New Jersey Vineyards are situated in the Passaic valley below the mountain range and the grapes are carted to the winery in the town of Passaic...

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. — 20 January 1900

VOL. 5, No. 38 o-o-o-o- ~o»o»o»o* Around the World. Much Information. Given in as Few Words as Possible. Ben Hanford, the well-known New York Socialist, who is a member of Typographical Union No. 6, has is­ sued a circular, which is being dis­ tributed by printers throughout the country, in which he. squarely defies the injunction of Judge Bookstavei% who came to the rescue of the New York Sun in its fight with its printers. Hanford makes a scathing attack up­ on the courts and their government by injunction, and shows how corpor­ ate \veajth is protected by the capital­ istic judiciary in the denial of free speech and public assemblage and other infamous methods. He declares that he is a boycotter and is alone responsible for the circular, and peo­ ple are wondering whether he will be thrown into jail. Aycr's Almanac for 1900 contains some prophecies for the coming cen­ tury that are interesting. The de­ claration is made that the eight-hour day will be established in every cify an...

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 January 1900

0 0 o«o*o»o» o*o*o*o* 0 o-o-o*c- Around the World. Much Information. Given in as Few Words as Possible. Ben Hanford, the well-known New York Socialist, who is a member of Typographical Union' No. 6. has is­ sued a circular, which is being dis­ tributed by printers throughout the country, in which he. squarely defies (he injunction of Judge Bookstaver-, who came to the rescue of the New York Sun in its fight with its printers. Hanford makes a scathing attack up­ on the courts and their government by injunction, and shows how corpor­ ate wealth is protected hy the capital­ istic judiciary in the denial of free s'pcoch and public assemblage and other infamous methods. He declares that he is a boycotter and is alone responsible for the circular, and peo­ ple are wondering whether he will be thrown into jail. Ayer's Almanac for 1900 contains some prophecies for the coming cen­ tury that are interesting. The de­ claration is made that the eight-hour day will be established in every city a...

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. — 20 January 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Business Office, HE Torrey Bids., Dulutfr. Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance J1.00 Six Months, in advance 50 Three Months, in advance 25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. SAURIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the ao­ rtal problem are solicited. Entered at the PostolTice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. ai KER CLERICAL PROPOSITION". The St. Paul Globe says that the Itev. Russell H. Conwell, the noted lec­ turer, in his recent lecture in that city, advanced the remarkable proposition that it is the duty of every man to be rich, and that the rich man is a con­ tented, happy, useful citizen, and the poor m^n is not. If this is a correct i-eport of his re­ marks the reverend lecturer must have taken his social ethics from the phil­ osophy of Tennyson's "Northern Parm­ er," instead of from the teachings or Jesus Christ. The sordid old farmer is quoted as...

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 January 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Business Office, 101 Torrey Bldg., Dulutft. Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance 11.00 Six Months, in advance 60 Three Months, In advance 25 Single copies, 5 centa. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. TRADES 11 Zbbi I COUNCIL SABRIE G. AKIN, Editor *nd PabliMber. Letters and articles relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the FostoRlce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. QIEER CLERlCll. I*ROI»OSITIOX. The St. Paul Globe says that the ].ev. Russell H. Con well, the noted lec­ turer, in his recent lecture in that city, advanced the remarkable proposition that it is the duty of every man to be rich, and that the rich man is a con­ tented, happy, useful citizen, and the poor m^n is not. If this is a correct report of his re­ marks the reverend lecturer must have taken his social ethics from the phil­ osophy of Tennyson's "Northern Farm­ er," instead of from the teachings or -TPSUK Christ. The sor...

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 January 1900

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i- 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 C-*0 yoor frerght ssrnt the $3,5.50. WE TO W£ Famous Shoe Store. CLOSING OUT BUSINESS Every pair of shoes in the store nrist be sold at once. .Don't delay tout come at once before it is too late as the goods are going fast. That you will receive courteous treatment, a saving in purchasing for cash and prompt attention in the filling of orders will be the leading features of this store. Bring' your pocketbook along and be convinced that this is a money saving sloro, at which to make your purchases Note the place, 307 W. Superior St. The Dairy and Produce Exchange, A. RS. MORRISON, Prap. Great Northern Labor Exchange, ARMSTRONG & LANE, Proprietors. Men and Ttatns hired for Mining Companies, Railroad Companies Lumbermen and help on Steamboats Free of Charge. Orders in force until canceled. Cheap tickets to any part of the World. Railroad Ties Bought and Sold. Agents for Pine Lands. Foie:gn Languages Spoken. Correspondence Solicited' Teleph...

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