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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 20 January 1900

1 ftp VIIK ACJJK Tor farm, sltiro or war.'ltuiiM* taHift »»e«t PLATFORNI SCALE MADE. sLook Over..... This "ad" and then get into an Overcoat of ours and you will hate to get out of it. They are not only stylishly cut and attrac­ tively trimmed, but, the wide collar hugs you- so snug and pleasing. The prices are low $8.00, $10.00, $12,00, $15.00 and Up. At any of, these prices we can show you a variety of coats, and we can certainly please you. ASK FOR THE UNION LABEL. CHAS W. ERICSON, The Clothier. $19.75 S_E?ME DOLLAR ut tins art out ami M'»M1 ut and we will send you this ..BEW PORTLAND CUTTER, by ireight C. Vft rulter you ran Uujrh we-V-wi-^ VTIhto nl 50 PKIS K: MOliK MONEY, and on* of th' IwiuKfirn'M, stniice*! and most cullers von I'vcrsav,', iwyi-lie IVvitrht ngcnfc OUR SPECIAL OFFER PSiCE. S?9,V6. »•••'r^mTS, less M»e #1.00 senfiwjth order, or mvl froijrot. Tliis Is the STVhK t-TU. fy/K raiM'l.AXi/ C'J'fTf-lt. CJKAU made from scloeted so'Vom: growth ironed throughout v/itb bes...

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. — 27 January 1900

0 0 0 '0 0 1 •-0-* 0"*0~0 Machinists, in New York have suc ccedod in enforcing the nine-hour day in pearly every shop. Five.hundred and,sixty trade unions of France report 5 per cent of their members unemployed. Nearly 20,000 anthracite coal miners in Pennsylvania joined the United Mine Worker^' union ir November. Fifty new lodges of the Amalgamat­ ed Association of Iron and Steel Work­ ers have been formed since April 1. The Trades assembly and pastors of St. Paul, Minn., have arranged to hold a series of monthly meetings, at which labor problems will be discussed. The State Federation of Colorado is taking up a referendum vote to ^decide, the question of whether that body shall put a state ticket in the field next year. The case of Walton, who sued for 120,000 because the members of a steel workers' union refused to work with •him, was thrown out of the Crown Point, Ind., court the other day. Following the example of the New England cotton mill owners in grant­ ing the 10 per cent...

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. — 27 January 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Business Office, 101 Torrey Bldg., Dulutt*. Telephone 280. I SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance Jl.00 Sbc Months, in advanee..» -51' Three Mont lis, in advance 25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising" rates made known on appli­ cation. TftADE5"jj arhJ COUNCIL SAItlMIO AKI\, Editor and I*n)»li.s]ier. Letters and articles relating to the so eial problem are soiiciled. Entered a.t the Postoffice at Duluth. Minn., as second class matter. Honor moiirus. and Erc'dom hull's to Hinil. in iheo, thou lii'iimloss wail's of toil: ll.opo on, tried .HI"-. b* fearless, lira ve, To your rescue we conic. a nil will iiry to save. ,S" Coil prosper 11 ii1 cause! ()li! it can not but thrive. While the puis1* of one patriot heart is alive. Who would ask fo-v a nobler, a holier death, Than to nun his lust sigh into vic­ tory's breath! On, oi\. to ihe combat! The heroes that bleed For truth and mankind are heroes in­ deed. Ilark! Hark! Liberty's hell is peel­ ing", ...

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. — 27 January 1900

UP TO UNCLE HENRY when 1" JOHN II. OlMMCKM W CHALI.KMiKS MAYOIt TO .IOIXT DKIIATK. S» ,• in 1 s. iiri' A fli'r Mr. Ti'ticlst'i it I'.' I.xsiivs of 'ii i»!» »inn Hut Kit.sion .Vitininci'. A lijvli WmjiI up,' In Di'liaic J! •. Hi-'Rii. Hns .«ii» iU lixii fur .'tU!!f] Kxjk'C'UmI roin Snciiiiists Mfi'iisi's to Vccciit. Mayor Truelsen I ml', 1 extend the "8ir: have is now in the atti- of a man that for joint issues debates challenges but does not chullentres himself. Mr. accent Huro and Mr. Truelsen were both ehiillengei] by John H. Opperman, the {-ocialist candidate for mayor, to meet him in joint de hate. Mr. Hugo declined to enter into a debate with Mr Opperman and a few vs later Mr. Hugo received a chal­ lenge from the Democratic city com­ mittee' on behalf of Mayor Truelsen to engage, in a joint debate on the issues of the campaign. Mr. Hugo, through the Republican committee, again de­ clined. and the reasons set forth by the committee are appended. But I meetings, thus with ruffian...

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. — 27 January 1900

I I i. (i Ife:. If H*.k: Mr H"i J'*' V. f, »9: i^%' my fl few N Fitger's Beer The Beer OF THE PEOPLE Brewed FOR THE PEOPLE Relished A. BY THE PEOPLE WflKTED!! s.% 1 & BREWERS AND BOTTLERS, Commercial Light and Power Co. Successors to- Hartman General Electric Co. Fnrnisl Electric. Cnrretns For Light and Power. IS W. SUPERIOR STRE $1,000 Gash Will Be Given Away On February 14,1900, To Agents Sending Subscribers to SELF CULTURE MAGAZINE. Two hundred and fifty dollars to the agent sending in the largest list— $150, $75, $25, $15, $10, and so on ,a. to­ tal of 53 cash awards and in.addition very large commission will be given, making the mcst liberal proposition. Send for full particulars and free" equipment. Profitable work for intel­ ligent persons. Send two references. THE WERNER COMPANY, Dept. H. Akron, Ohio. A BIG BARGAIN Cut this out and return with $1.00(money •order or currency) and we- will order the following "Family Combination'* sent pre­ paid. i'liicngo Weekly Inter Oce...

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. — 3 February 1900

VOL. 5, No. 40 LABOR'S The question of "what is labor's share in production?" is one that is of greatest importance to the working class, the analysis of which will re­ veal the fact that the working class is forced to a recognition of that bare fact that labor's share is becoming less each year, says the Carriage and Wag­ on Workers' Journal. A comparative study of the statis­ tics of the country will show how great labor's share in the product has been and what it is now. Although the amount of wealth is constantly in­ creasing, as will be seen from the fol­ lowing, taken from statistics compiled by the government, it will also be seen how rapidly labor's share is decreas­ ing: In 18501 the wealth of the nation was $8,000,000,000. The producers share was 32% per cent 37% per cent. In 1860 the 'wealth increased to $16,000,000,000. The producers' share fell to 4o% per cent non-producers' increased to per cent. In 1870 the wealth was $30,000,000,000. Producers' share was 32 2-3 per c...

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. — 3 February 1900

VOL. The question of "what is labor's share in production?" is one that is of greatest importance to the working class, the analysis of which will re­ veal the fact that the working class is forced to a recognition of that bare fact that labor's share is becoming less ^each year, says the Carriage and Wag­ on Workers' Journal. A comparative study of the statis­ tics of the country will show how great labor's share in the product has been and what it is now. Although the amount of wealth is constantly in­ creasing, as will be seen from the fol­ lowing, taken from statistics compiled by the government, it will also be seen how rapidly labor's share is decreas­ ing: In 1850 the wealth of the nation was $8,000,000,000. The producers share was 02% per cent non-producers' share, 37V& per cent. In 1860 the wealth increased to $16,000,000,000. The producers' share fell to io% per cent non-producers' increased to 5C/4 per cent. In 1870 the wealth was $30,000,000,000. Producers' share was...

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. — 3 February 1900

the labor world IPS PUBLISHED EJVERY SATURDAY. Bualneso Office, 101 Torrey Bid?., DulutB. Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance fl00 Six Months, In advance .60 Three Months, In advance .25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made Known on appli­ cation. TRADES IrSSgri council: TH. Ml 8AB1UE G. AKIN, Editor and Pnblitslter. Letters and articles relating to the ao elal problem are solicited. Entered at the Postofflce at Duluth. Minn., as second class matter. Has Oom Paul mistaken Webster Da­ vis for Richard Harding Davis? E. CJ. Signers, patent lawyer, Wash­ ington, D. C., has an.advertisement in this issue about patents. One advantage the Boers have. They road nothing except the bible, and so will be spared the magazine articles lolling about the war. Oen'oral Warren's victory turns out to have boon- one.of the "I regret to state" variety. He needn't worry, how­ ever. There are others! ITnited States soldiers are forbidden to wear dents in their hats. Now Uni­ ted S...

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. — 3 February 1900

Boys' and Man's ....Outfitters. $13.75 SUPERIOR A meeting1 of the i-aundryworkevs' union was held In Union, hall, Ham­ mond block, Tuesday evening, which' was qiiite well attended, eonsideiing the cuolnesH of the atmosphere. The meeting was for the purpose -of-re­ organizing arid another will be held soon at which time permanent officers .will be elected. The laundry workers at roxie time had a membership of over sixty-five members, and there are at least 100 employed in the different laundries of the city, and with proper work on the part of those interested there is no reason why they cannot have a large organization I a short time. A regulnr meeting of Superior Typo g-vaphirj: union will be held Sunday af­ ternoon in the Hammond block, and a full attendance is requested.N The scale committee will make its report and a warm meeting is expected. Oo.ni Paul (F. J.) Dow, it is rumor­ ed will be a candidate for alderman this spring. Uncle would make as as good dn alderman as some who ...

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. — 3 February 1900

A SCJEN TIFIC WAR 1AHMIES COMMANDED BY STATISTI­ CAL ON EACH SIDE. Huaines* of Ablest Officers WUB to Keep Track of Percentage ot Loss. When it Reached the Fltf nrcs Deiuundcd by Sclcuve the Brissiana Retreated. The Aiistrl e»n» Were Scientific Too. Both Sides Fled and the Wnr Ended. Documents discovered .recently throw light on the hitherto?hotly debated question as to why neither side won a victory at the great battle of Weis­ snichtwo, which ended the war be­ tween the Brissians and the Austri cans. The documents aeem to have been the private diary of an officer of high rank, kept like that of Pepys, in a cypher they were for years in the possession of the author's family, which tried to sell them as old paper. The old paper dealer recognized their value at a glance, and insisted on pay­ ing three times the price put on them by the owxiers. This action aroused their suspicion and the old paper deal­ er was held as a dangerous person, uhtil the librarian of the Imperial Re­ public...

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. — 10 February 1900

1 iMifi GLEANINGS. Pointed l"itrji«rji|»lis Showing (lie ill" Affairs in Industrial ClrclcH, The union plumbers of Cleveland have -made the demand for an ad­ vance of 50 cents per day. The machinists of Paterson, N. J., went out on a strike last week for an increase of 10 per cent. As'nville (N. C.f) trades unionists •havti formed a trades council, in which all crafts are represented The James A. Clark Leather com­ pany of St. Louis, Mo., has inaugurat­ ed the profit-sharing system with their employes. The general federation of trades in Great Britain now embraces 49 trades unions, with an aggregate member­ ship of 367,000. Cleveland, Ohio, journeymen plaster­ ers will demand a scale of 40 cents per hour and the ei&htrhour day for the present year The strike of machinists at the Schoen steel c^r works, Allegheny, Pa., was settled last week, and the men have returned to work Omaha, Neb., has a labor temple in which 35 local unions hold their regu­ lar meetings. It has six halls w...

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. — 10 February 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PUBUSHBD EVERY SATURDAY. Business Office, 101 Torrey Bldg., Dulutll. Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year. In advance 71.00 Six Months, In advance 60 Three Months, in advance 26 Single copies, & cents. Advertising rates made known on cation. Appli­ EHiS« ^TRADES SA11KIE ii. AXIS, Editor and J'ubiinlier. Le Iters and articles relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the Poslofflce at Duluth, Minn., as eecond elass matter. Recent defeats have caused London lo lose some ol that Bullerish feeling. Senator Clark of Montana, speaks several languages. His money also talks. Who'd have thought that General Buller would yell for kopje just like an every-day printer's devil. Spain has just sent over to study the American army. Didn't she learn en­ ough about it in Cuba? Of course it somewhat ticklish to be emperor of ^!hina,but it seems even more so to be Governor of Kentucky. So far, the ^iioers have not set up a national poet, while the British bards wo...

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. — 10 February 1900

Mtssiin Underskirts* tiddifs' Muslin Underskirts— made v. i. !i deep llounce and ruff..'!, of embroidery, others., made plain, on sale at— $1.25, $1.49, $1.75,91.98 to M- Bargain Oounter ffo4. The great Lace Sale contin­ ued. We still have a few i/uces left that we are clos­ ing out regardless of cost. Prices— 5c, Wc,15c,25c Children's Drawers, in all sizes..1........1' Children!s Gowns Children's White Dresses. .... Infants' White Slips Car set News. FOlliAlll) SILKS. In the new Pastel Blues. 24 inches wide beautiful designes, in a choice assort­ ment—at— per yard PARIS XOVELT1KS. Corded and shirred effects in the new Pastel Colors of Gounache, Gazette. Fresque. price I'ARIS NOVELTIES. Beautiful Corded Taffetas, with drop stitch, in the new Pastel shades of Castor. Trianon. Oriental, Pourpre FliEM'll IIOMESPI XS. The correct Tailor Fabric, in the Pas­ tel colors of Argeyit. Parnie, Ingws. Watteau. 60-inches \\|.de: price PLAID UEVEIISIHL1D. PI aid P.acks and Homespuns, for rainy da...

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. — 10 February 1900

'^V S&^VaV ^f, 'v k#* -iS* ^C^'/r .-iili# .' fe j s^y* i?v tei Men's Suspenders. Elastic Web Suspenders, durable, neat, well mounted. Sent post­ paid on re­ ceipt oftwo cent post age stamp and 16 sig­ natures cut froia wrap­ pers of A r buckles'Roast ed Coffee. No. 92 The First Kiss buckles' Roasted Cofffee. I. This Is a picture of the Sig nature on Arbuckles' Roasted Coffse Wrapper, which you are te cut out and send to us as a voucher. ANmi all RESPECT TO LAWTON WAR DEPARTMENT CLOSED OX AC­ COUNT OF FIVE HAL. Train Hearing Lnwton's Remains Arrived Yesterday at Washington —Soldiers Carry Colfin From Train to Hearse— Sirs. I.awtoii, Son nuil Tliree Daughters Aecoin l»aiiied Remains, WASHINGTON, Feb. 8.—The train bearing the remains of Gen. Henry W. Law ton completed its trip across the continent at 9:30 this morning when it rolled through banks of mist into the Pennsylvania railroad station. Ad­ jutant General Corbin met the party at the depot and troop II, third cavalry, from Fo...

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. — 17 February 1900

01* 1 .4 'I 1 N 7. use the label on their products. It gives the fair employer the benefit of -a custom that is interested in his success for the rea­ son that in his success the organized Avorkers are benefited. The l^ibel is evidence that what bears it was pro­ duced by well-paid workers who were treated fairly and performed their labor in a place free from unhealthy unsanitary conditions. The work lngman or woman who does not de­ mand the union label is not doing what common honesty i-equires. Too much stress can not be put upon the advantages coming from the general use of the union label.—Farm .and Factory. State Factory Inspector Williams, of New York, recommends a suspen­ sion of immigration for ten years as a remedy for the sweatshop evil. Three years ago a referendum vote from the labor organizations connected with the New York state federation adopted resolutions to congress i-n favor of a suspension of immigration "for five years or until the domestic demand for labor ove...

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. — 17 February 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Bu*lne«i Office, 101 Torre? Bldg., Duluth. Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance 91-00 filx Months, In advance .SO Three Months, In advance 25 Single copies, 6 cents. Advertising ratea made known on Appli­ cation. CTRADES ttAURIC «. AK1X, Editor and PnblUlier. Letters and articles rela eial problem are solicited. to ibe so- Entered at the Postoffice at Duluth. limn., as second olaas matter. THE EDICATRD AXD THE MASSES. The is no better way of being armed for the struggle of life than in posses sing a good education, but owing to the many false notions that are taugkt. it often unfits man for engaging in useful employment. In any of our large cit­ ies can be found thousands of men and women who are college graduates bend­ ing over a desk in some poky little of­ fice and glad to receive for their ser­ vices as much as will keep soul and body together. Out in the air and sun­ shine others are seen who have not enjoyed the same advan...

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. — 17 February 1900

VISITORS ARE DINED SPRKA AT SPALOIVG IV HONOR OF IIA D\VARK DKLKGATI5S. Two Hundroil and Fifty Cavern Are I.it Id—Speeche* and Special Enter­ tainment—Convention of Retail Hardware VHMoclation« OpeiiM at A rmory—Weleome •»'.' Mayor. Kleetion of Oflfleer*. /J'he informal dinner given last even­ ing at the Spalding in honor of the members of the Northwestern Hard­ ware Dealers association wis a onm j.'ere sueccss in eveiy way. The har.dsome dining room ar.d tables were tastily decorated with palms and ferns. Fully 250 gueses were seated ajid an elaborate menu was served by the Spalding management. One pleasing feature was the prompt aud quiet way In which the guests were i-vervoij. Coffee and cigars were served before 11 o'clock. During the dinner Flaaten's orchestra made sweet music and after th«- festal board was cleared a quar­ ts! to composing Messrs Doran, Apple hagen, Cog and 'McCarthy, with A. F. M. Custunce as accompanist, charmed Die banqueters with songs. A couple of juvenil...

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. — 17 February 1900

UD^SOLD Lovely Women in the Lagar at the Quinto Celleiros, Portugal. Girls treading Grapes, to music, wearing short jackets and short linen patitt, jlmt a great variety of headgear, A violinist, seated on the edge of the vat, 'fiddles While one or two of the damsels join in with their voices, keeping time with their feet, treading the grapes. Rubber Rollers are Used for Crushing the Grapes to Make Speer's Port, Burgundy, Claret and Other Wines. Which, asie well known, rival the world in excellence, for invalids and ageel persons, and are made from the Oporto grape grown on vines im­ ported fcom Portugal forty years ago. The soil of northern New Jersey, containing iron, is just suited for them. Mr. Speer, however, use$ the improved way of mashing the grapes. He employs large rollers of rubber run by an engine which crush grapes at the rate of a barrel a minute. Speer's Wihes, especially the Port and Burgundy now in market, are of very old, vintage, and have no superior.» Physicians f...

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. — 3 March 1900

Xi: •. No. 44 VOL. 5, TOBACCO WORKERS. President Harry Fisher of the Na­ tional Tobacco Workers' Union states that in one of the factories of the American Tobacco company in the east 1,800 girls between 14 and 16 are em­ ployed at 3 cents an hour. The number of union labels on to­ bacco used by independent factories shows an increase of 25.000.000 in the past six months, a grand total of 219, 740,619 labels having been used since its adoption. Chicago machinests are on strike in nine shops involving 2,000 men, foi the recognition of their union. The American Agents Association and its National President, Chas. H. Sidenes are undergoing investigation by the American Federation of Labor. It wfis charged at the Detroit convention that the Agents Association was not a bona fide organization and that it is of no value to the labor movement. PRINTERS. A spirited contest is on for honors in the International Typographical Tnion. The present incumbent Samuel B. Donnelly of New York City is ...

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. — 3 March 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PUBUSHBD OTERY SATURDAY. Establshed in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin Office, 101 Tom? Bide., Duluth. Telephone MO. SUBSCRIPTION: One year. In advance tt-W Six Months, In advance -60 Three Months, In advance Single copies. 6 cente. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. CTRA0E3 TH. *41 Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating 10 the so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the Postofflce at Duluth, Minn., as second cdass matter. INTRODUCTORY. In assuming the publication of the Labor World we recognize that con­ siderable energy must be applied, in :-der tlnflt t/he 4paper shall be as successful as it was under the editor­ ship of the lamented Mrs. Akin. As we did not obtain possession until March 1. we are unable to furnish as complete a paper as we desire this Week. In the next issue we expect to state fully the intended policy of the Labor World, as to industrial, political and general issues. The next issue will be deoidated to the memo...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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