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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 3 March 1900

«r.-1 ftmmqn Rubber Rollers are Used ,/s Lovely Women in the Lagar at the Quinto Celleiros, Portugal. Girls treading Grapes, to music^ wearing short jackets and short linen pantt* (mt 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 tfyeir voices, keeping time with their feet, treading the grapes. Co,ooo descriptions of articles with prices. It costs Cliicng Weekly Inter Ocean 1 Yr. Tlie Gentlewoman 1 Yr. Xationtil lllust'il Mnsnzine, 1 Yr. American Poultry Adovcntc 1 Yr. O. II. JONGS, ltoom 15)5, for Crushing the Grapes to Speer's Port, Burgundy, Claret and Other Wines. Which, as is well known, rival the world in excellence, for invalids and aged persons, and are made from the Oporto grape grown on vines im­ ported from Portugal forty years ago. The soil of northern New Jersey, containing iron, is just suited for them. Mr. Speer, however, uses the improved way of mashing the grapes. He employs large roller...

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 March 1900

m' •Iri DULUTH Labor Notes. Mr. E. P. Bremner of New Denver, B. fc., paid the Labor World a visit just before taking the train for Ottawa, where he goes to endeavor to have the Alien Contract Law enforced. He was highly pleased with his mis­ sion on the Mesaba Range, where he succeeded in inducing a number of miners to refuse to take the place of the striking miners in the Slocan district. [Although there were a number of men who went, yet there were a great many more who intended to go, but did not on account of the strike. The Andrews block, on the corner of 19th avanue and Superior street, which was destroyed by fire three years ago, is to be rebuilt. It is understood that the building will contain nineteen flats and a stor­ age basement. Bids being received now for the re-construction of the building. Secretary Bennett the Inter­ national Union of Steam Engineers has written to Duluth requesting the A. F. of L. organizers to endeavor to re­ organize the Steam Engineers of this c...

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

VOL. 5, No. 44 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, for the recognition of their union. The American Agents Assocration and its National President, Chas. H. Sidenes are undergoing investigation by the American Federation of Labor. It was charged at the Detroit convention that the Agents Association was not a bona fide organization and tfrat it is of no value to the labor movement. PRINTERS. A spirited contest is on for honors' in the International Typographical Union. The present incumbent Samuel B. Donnelly of New York City is a candidate for re-election to the presidency. His strongest opponent seems to be James Lynch of Syracuse, N. Y. Former President Prescotts' candidacy is an uncertainty. He has many friends who will stay with him to the last. As the...

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 PUBLISHED 13VERT SATURDAY. Establshed in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin Buslneaa Office, 101 Torrey Bldg., Dulutb. Telephone 290. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance $1.00 Six Months, In advance 60 Three Months, in advance .25 Single copies. 5 cents. Advertising rates made knows on appli­ cation. COUNCIL 1 I I SjJTH Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the ao eial problem are solicited. Entered at the Postofflce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. INTRODUCTORY. In assuming the publication of the Labor World we recognize that con­ siderable energy must be applied, in l.i'der thajt t/he ipaper :shall be as successful as it was under the editor­ ship of the lamented Airs. 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...

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 March 1900

|^"SOLD BY A BIG BARGAIN Cut this out and leturn with $l.C0(mo-ney order or currency) and we will order the following "Family Combination'? sent pre­ paid. C'Jiicngo Weekly Inter Ocean 1 Yr. The Gentiewomn.11 1 Yr. s^u,tioiial Illust'd Mnsiizine, 1 Yr. American Poultry Ailoveate-1 Yr. Xluppy Honrs Family Magnate ,1 Yr. Vermont Farm Journal 1 Yr. Our Price $1.00, $1,000 Gash Will Be Given Sway 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, risking the mc.st 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 »ot as Fur From Home as Possible. Jones—"Did that Kentucky gentle­ man give you any inside facts on the political rumpus in state?" R-own —"No ...

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 March 1900

DULUTH Labor Notes, Mr. E. P. Bi'omnti' of New Denver, B. C., paid the Labor World a visit just before taking the train for Ottawa, •where he goes to endeavor to have the Alien Contract Law enforced. He was highly pleased with his mis­ sion on the Mesaba Range, where he succeeded in inducing a number of miners to refuse to take the place of the Striking miners in the Slocan district. Although there were a number of men •who went, yet there were a great many more who intended to go, but did not on account of the strike. The Andrews block, on the corner of 19th avanue and Superior street, •which was destroyed by fire three years ago, is to be rebuilt. It is understood that the building •will contain nineteen flats and a stor­ age basement. Bids being received now for the re-construction of the building. Secretary Bennett of the Inter­ national Union of Steam Engineers has written to Duluth requesting the A. F. of L. organizers' to endeavor to re­ organize the Stea*« Engineers of this ...

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 March 1900

.4*4 $ if 5KETCK OP HER LIFE, WORK. was after the A. It AND Tributes From Her Friends Various Walk* of Life. in Mrs. Akin, founder of* the Labor World, was born in Mason City, Iowa, May 22. 1869, and died in Duluth Jan­ uary 23. 1900. Her maiden name was Sabrie Goodwin, and she was a direct descendant of the Goodwins so well known in Colonial days, the first of the family coming to this country from Sussex county, England, in 1652, and settling at Kittery, Maine. A descend­ ant of this family, removed to New Hampshire about 1698. and to this branch belongs Ichabod Goodwin, the war governor of that state and father of Susan Boardman Goodwin, Admiral Dewey's first wife. Mrs. Akin's father was born in Vermont, and was a vet­ eran of the civil war. She was a cous­ in of Nat C. Goodwin, the well-known actor. strike in R. U. 1894 that Sabrle Goodwin Akin first be­ came known to the labor movement- of Duluth. Her brother. Leroy Goodwin, was a vice president of the American union, and had t...

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 March 1900

Establshed in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin BhIimm Office, 101 Tomr Bide., Dulutft. Telephone SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance 91.00 •Is Months, In advance.. W Three Months, in advance Single copies, 6 cents. Advertising rate* made knows appli­ cation. «TWADCajyi»ltOUHCIL-» Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to Ike so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the PostolHce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. One of the statements you run up against from the defenders of private monopoly is, that oil is cheaper since the Standard got control of the mar­ ket than it ever was and therefore the private monopoly of oil is a benefit to the public. There is no monopoly in the production of cotton, which sold years ago for twenty-five cents a pound and later sold for five cents. How do you reconcile these facts? Im­ proved methods of production, meth­ ods that have been thought out by working men, have made the cost of producing oil infinitely less. It "is hig...

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 March 1900

'j M, ftM 1 We carry stock of valued at (1.500,000. jn.-bg'i 9 $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 ugent sending in the largest list— $150, $75, $25, $15, $10, and so on ,a to­ tal of ."3 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, iot II.h Fin1 From li»me a* Possible. Jones—"Did that Kentucky gentle man give you any inside facts on the political rumpus in his state?" Brown —"No I couldn get him to talk about a thing except the awful goings on in South Af Indianapolis A BIG BARGAIN Cut thi« out and leturn with $1.00(money order or currency) and w® will order the following "Family Combination" sent yjfc paid. Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean 1 Yr. The Gentlewoman 1 Yr. Nationa...

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 March 1900

State Federation of Labor Ad­ vancing Into the Smaller Towns of the State. Concentrating at Red Wing. Business agent Louis Hansen, of the Minneapolis Woodworkers council says in the Minnesota Union Advocate of last week that his efforts to organize the woodworkers of our sister city of Red Wing have met with the most un­ qualified success. About fifty mem­ bers of that craft signed the applica­ tion for a charter at the first meeting. A charter has'been sent The twin city delegation to the wood­ workers to the convention at Grand Rapids, Mich., will start for that city on Saturday evening, and the calibe* of the delegates sent is a guarantee that the interests of the northwest will be well looked after. The delegation will ask for several changes in the constitution, which are believed to be for the interest of the craft at large, and will pay especial attention to the Interests of this section. The delegates are: Louis Hansen, Albert Dahlin, Chas. Tramberg, Wm. Bu.vk, B. Mc Cutcheo...

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 March 1900

WM &•>" 1 *vV TTV::A, 'ii¥ W: 5 V* VOL. Condition W7f Vij 5, No. 46 it was urged upon me that rest for a brief period, at least, was necessary in order to recuperate from the physical and nervous shock which I suffered, j-esultant from a collision with trolley car No. 22, on street, N. E., Wash­ ington, D. C., December 6, 1899. Moral: "Don't monkey with a trolley car." It has been asked, why go to Cuba when there are so many other salu ^tyrious places? My answer is that it is simply impossible for me to live and be entirely inactive or to be uninterest­ ed in my surroundings. The four days' ocean trip to Cuba and four days to re­ turn ought to be sufficient for purposes of rest, and Cubtv has been for some time past, is now, and will be for the near future the scenes of living, inter esting actions. For instance, the labor conditions prevailing, the condition of organization among the workers, the extent, methods and hopes of the labor movement there. And then, there is the r...

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 March 1900

tip*'- K» ?£&.-- 1® LABOR WORLD FOHLUHSD WKKT BATDBOAT. Establshed in 1896 Ay Sabrle G. Akin BuaKncM Ofltce, 101 Torrsy Bid*.. DuluMl. T«iephoti# an. SUBSCRIPTION: On4 year, In advuice...... .fl.oo 9tx Months, la advance to Thre* Months, in advanc*. .ft Single copies, Scents. Advertising rates mad* known an •fpu cation. COUWCI «!TW ami Wm, E. McEwen. Editor and Publisher. bettors and articles relating to Id* «o •ial problem are solicited tintered at the Postofftc* at Duluth. Minn., as second class matter. Henry Oxnard has been concerned in nearly all the recent important- legis-' liition of the country. He has seemed^ to wield hypnotic influence on '#11 mat­ ters connected with the annexation ofi Hawaii, the guarantee of independence to Cuba, the ^reciprocity treaties, and the Porto Ri-can tariff. If the repub­ lican party hopes to prosper, it should sternly refuse to listen to Mr. Oxnard's siren song* any longer—especially, as the man is opposed to most republican policies and ...

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 March 1900

c\ HOUSEHOLD IIIIIMIM Masniilne, 1 llourN Send for full particulars and free .equipment. Profitable work for INTEL­ LIGENT persons. Send two references. V/I2,*N'ER •mini "M MiMi I COMPANY, WfSDt. H. Akron, uliio S Lovers of Comfort and a Good Tabla should try tha Wisconsin Central Lines DINING CAR SERVICE. Meal.i in dtiung cars ar© served a la oarta Dlrcci line to Oshkosh, Neenah, Marsh field, Fond du Lac:, Mena?ha, Btevens Point, CHICAGO, »YI I LAV £itlK Wc catry a Stock of goods valued at $1,500,000.00 \V rcceivt? from 10,000W -5.000 letters every day PiR saajsKj Yr. Ajiierieitn Poultry Adovcnte 1 Yr. iltniipy Family MnKmi'e ,1 Yr. Vermont Fnrni Journal 1 Yr. Our Price $1.00, Regular Cost $4 This combination fills a family need. Wc will substitute the Denver Weekly Times. Kansas City Weekly Star, Nj Y. Weekly Tribune, Montreal Weekly Ga­ zette, Toledo Weekly Blade, Twice-a-week Louisville Courier Journal, or San Fran Cisco Weekly Post in place of Chicago In­ ter Ocean if desired, ...

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 March 1900

v8HS Srj XAMED FOR SE A SOX BY CAPTAIN I». B. IXMA2V. P*i«« Force Same as Last Year and Rot P«w 1 Ckaacea Amobk TUK Xait«n»SeTCHil of the Captain* Other Places for Coml'K "Set son—."Work of Flttlna Oat Fleet In Proffrens. Captain B* B. Inman, manager of he Union Towing & 'Wrecking com­ pany, has made his appointments of the office force and of captains, engi­ neers, etc., for the ensuing season of navigation. The office force will be the ssfme as last year. John Dempster will be day dispatcher and William Ben­ nett night dispatcher. William Whit­ ney will be bookkeeper and "Doc" H. G. Inman, cashier. There will be a few changes in the appointments of masters of the tugs. Captain Edward England has bought an interest in the steamer Suit, and will sail in her the coming season. Captain W. Pringle is reported to have decided to- work at some other port this year. Captain L. E. -King also has other plans for the coming season. Captain King was in the M. D. Car rlngton last year. Cap...

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. — 31 March 1900

&v $tJ: A Wt^ EVA M'DOXALD VALESlk WRITES FROM WASHINGTON. Siberia On til miked lit Cruelty—Inno­ cent Men Arretted and Held lu the llnll Pen Without ti Trial— Col. Dick Tvylnff to Shift the Illume From the Military to the Civil Authorities. WASHINGTON, D. C. Lest we forget: The Coeur D' Alene mining investigation is in progress be­ fore the House Committee on Military Affairs. Out of the mass of testimony presented showing a condition of af­ fairs that would be a disgrace to Sibe­ ria, let alone an alleged free country, a few points may be mentioned to give an idea of what was done to citizens of the United States. First—There is ample testimony from men of good reputation and in no way in sympathy with the miners, that Gov. Steunenberg declared martial law and asserted that there was an insurrection when there had been no resistance to civil authority. Every indignity put upon the prisoners of the bull pen is heightened by the fact that they were being tortured by the military...

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. — 31 March 1900

I )iPs vr tr m- 'j'-M- THE LABOR A"% •. WORLD PUBU8HHD BJVERY SATURDAY. Estahlshed in 1896 by Sabrle G. Akin BtMhMM Office, 101 Tomy Bide., DuluUL Telephone »0. SUBSCRIPTION: hi advance. *91.40 a a a O Three Months. In advance -X Single copies, 6 cents. Advert bring rate* made known on appli­ cation. Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. Sintered at the Postofftce at Dulwtfc, lltnn., as second class matter. The lTnion Label. Nothing has ever before so well fitted the purpose of its invention as the un­ ion label. It is a bright jewel in the diadem of honest production. It is the insigna of "white," clean, fair made goods. It is the invention to buy and the safeguard against fraudulent traf­ fic. It has knightly carriage in its bearing, and comes with "visor up." It carries with it neither threat nor .reproach, but more of entreaty and invitation. It belongs only to the good and its absence from the legitimate commer...

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. — 31 March 1900

mm- 'W W mm mm Commercial Light and Power Co. Successors to. II art man General Klectrlc Co. Fnrnish Electric Cnrretns For Light and Power. 16 W. SUPERIOR STREET. $1,000 Gash Will Be Given Away On February 14,1900, To Agents Sending Subscribers to SELF CULTURE UMZINE. Two hundred and fifty dollars to the agent sending in the largest li&t— $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 most liberal proposition. Send for full particulars and free equipment. Profitable work for intel­ ligent persons. Send two references. THE WERNER COMPANY, Dept.. II. Akron, Ohio. $19.75 SEND ONE DOLUB Au la the •iw$& cat thle ad out umIaead UTKST SmSi KULL SIZE to ue. and we willsendyou 0.1)„ subject lo nulu lien. You can examine it at your freight depot and If fonadequal lo u) cutter ran ran liuj elue- 9 where at SO PEII CliM SOKK 3FOSKY, undone of the hmidsonimt, atrcngett and mo»t stvllOi cuttrrn you ever saw,...

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. — 31 March 1900

jWJiMiESS IXTBRESTS WILL. BE MUCH B6MBP1TBD THIS YEAR. ... |Mtalt| 4b Iron Ktige, Road Ex* teiiltc It* Prlratk* Liar Froai Tw* Harbors to All Polali of It* |IM«-Uter OB This Will Be Con. BM(e4 Wltk Raage TOWM 4T With Dnlath 8jr*teat«. It !s announced on good authority that Duluth will In the very ljear future, possibly during the present year, he in telephonic communication Vith the range towns. The importance jof this arrangement for the business men of Duluth will not be slight. It cannot be announced as yet which one of the two Duluth companies will pro Ride tor this service. The Duluth & Iron Range road is (he pioneer in introducing telephones north of Duluth. The company is now bringing to completion a private first class .metallic telephone system con­ necting the towns and mines on the system, with Duluth. Before the end of the year President Oreatsinger of the Duluth & Iron Range road or Pres­ ident Bacon of the Minnesota Iron company, can sit at their desks in Du­ l...

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 April 1900

JSC m: -. ftpl f§ VOL, 5= NO. ?.as.the v&t' w,tfr ,v4 AMmSm^«?( V-tV sl vl^ Tir.S j» !*«', J"** -1 "n "riyi.it*-*1 »Jj*h«-8s .„*& js^r JVHAT LABOR IS D^O W OTHEK .... CITlEl OF MIKJIESOTA. Other Union* are Growl**. The St. Paul plasterer*' union are on strike for the enforcement of their scale. The boss plasterers have form­ ed an association and-are working to­ gether in- opposition to the demands Of the men.. A month ago. through, the officials of their union, the union plasterers noti­ fied their employees that the scale, of $3 per day was insufficient-, and that after May 1, 1900,.all union plasterers would demand $3.50 per day under the, same general contract as they hive been working. During the montlr :tjff March a committee from the Plaster­ ers' union visited the bosses individu­ ally arid learned that they were almost one fn absolute opposition- to the new scale of pay demanded. WhWw6 or not the workmen and .employed* will have a conference -before -a^strike -Is of...

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 April 1900

iSL,, mm- 1 'fc' ^ft /^*V:^ ':^^f~f'7 VOL. 5, No. 49 TNI STAR .WHAT LABOR IS DOING IN OTHEK CITIES OF MINNESOTA. Tbe Pla^terem of St. Pnnl anil Min­ neapolis are on Strltee^-Bulldln* ContrnctorN Orien nidation li Per­ fected— PnIntern Win In Mlnneap nlln—New I'nlonii are Affiliating— Other Union* are Groivinm. The St. Paul plasterers' union are on strike for the enforcement of their scale. The boss plasterers have form­ ed an association and are working to­ gether in opposition to the demands of the men. A month ago, through the officials of their union, the union plasterers noti­ fied their employees that the scale of $3 pea* day was insufficient, and that after May 1, 1900, all union plasterers would demand $3.50 per day under the. same general contract as they have been working. During the month of March a committee from the Plaster­ ers' union visited the bosses individu­ ally and learned that they were almost one in absolute opposition to the new scale of pay demanded. Whether-...

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