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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 7 April 1900

ws THE CtMER STATE JVH %T LABOR IS DOING IS OTHER CITIES OF MINNESOTA. The PlaMtererN of SI. I'unl nml Mln neti|»oli» are on Strike—Building Cuntruetnr* OrK'niii^tion In Per fet'teU—Pii Inter* Win ill Minneap­ olis*—\etv I iiioim are Affiliating— Other I HIOIIK tire rowliiK'. The St. Paul plasterers' union are mi strike for the enforcement of their pi-tile. The boss plasterers have form­ ed an association and are working to K''tlnr in opposition to the demands of th( men. A month ago, through the officials of their union, the union plasterers noti­ fied their employees that the scale of par 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 or not the workmen and employees will ...

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 April 1900

gAffi ^wauMr »*1^ M'fiP to-' ,5^ tfcte ljr-4 %f«iShgg%iS%g 5npro*reaa th® K„U*r gg&j pan gg i-Hlli KCli ?WW* fm/jM £r%|aamS*2h» 'AImi ^yarda ,tol4 tW^ strike that tlwrfv ."« the way of Mttiilv :4f the propoittloa' |lciniJ*clFtot)ie :purpoae t| #ettefw? (Jvwepom tflfc f®?* •,af?pfw»p«i*5|f A difficulty through t^posed ^by t*a The strike 'woxkara.'^ttw^wj P. R. L. Harden! force £n«» feig^WI It .*« & MP nfcltttt employtrslw mm 1# it 'i^MiNBCt or |i#D|# .. .,„ 'e^tlre^ S^-v •&" v&nre ?,». p^ass^sp appt of fthe wwoWlmi^ dividing? fro* *«mmH*M»t .wW&f Ijfldyinetot Spi**, all ^ssjz ^aT)%Tj^'yip^ labor fdtf ,ve an oi at illation by day thede this hatf opoly become we course* to*: —«.»»"* *•.«&* 'Mi, -I—+ theiwj timP. t£ impossible tit foi*. mmgm*: upli f* i'-^Sf, J&ff mr®1 CO! ^P»«j W*" rtfr i&i #sr** r*0 fdn iVffc* tj^yi^ :,X fe 'v 'ipb^W BjBaa bif ^*5 jSnjshasH^.' ffin •*$')¥ 1 ^m Sfr WSH^ It, «M,*9?t.y-^f 4 -Aja jv •*.»jwr i, JWTJ1 I^JS JWT «T1£"W ^•^aF'#'...

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. — 7 April 1900

Ii THE LABOR WORLD FDBU8HHD Establshed ia 1896 by Sabrle &. Akih Buslneas Office. 101 Torrer Bid*.. Dulattt. CTWADE3 Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to tlie so­ cial problem are solicited. Bntered at the Postoldee at Duluth, Minn., as second class natter. Sprinkle the Streets. The-early spring has taken uis all byv surprise, yet'there is ho excuse ifor the' Board of Public Works neglecting to furnish a sprinkler. or|:.ttoo for Superior, Street. it' is somethfri^'ais'g^^eei(iilttbj ^low the. streets to be ii) the condition that they are todayV^Wjf^-'tte breeze .is('t3ome\vhat brisk and stirpgjm. much dust that can' only be avoided oy 'discarding: considerable are aware of the fact that bids, etc.,' ^xiust tte'5 advertised tor, tind contra$fl$$ let for the sprinkling of streets. Funds are created for this purpose'by a'spe­ cial sprinkling assessment ^Rig^ftej the health and comfort" of' Superibr street pedestrians, the Board of-PutifecM ^Works co...

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. — 7 April 1900

lfl J. it1 tft-?®- :iSfc I City Business Directory. Firms Who are PrMNjr Towards OrganM Labor. GRAY BROS. Bakers and EMfectkncrs. Ice Cr-jam at Wholesale and Retail. Telephone 258. 13 ttMT limiOR STRICT. R. H. RATHBUN GROCERIES, 17 East Superior Street. SIMON CLARK, Manager Nl. J. DUBKAN & CO. Undertakers aod Embalmers, And all Funeral|rurni*binga. IS Second Ave. West. 'Phone 298. Ouluth Candy Co. Manufacturing Confectioners. Ask for Alameda chocolates. 119 East Superior Street (pmpqny DUUJTH lit WEST D1 Ileal Estate. Fire Inivrance, Stocks, Ilomda anil Investment*. Offices: Banking Rooms. 1st floor Pal lad io Bids. West Duluth Bank Bldg. Sec us before negotiating securities. J/ G. SEECAMP, Dealer in Sewi, Stationery and Cigar*. Books bought, sold or exchanged. Sub scriptions taken for newsoaoers and magazines. TeleDhone 737-4. St. Jnmes Hotel. 215 W. Superior St. The Vestibule Buffet Jerry C. Congdon, Proprietor. Bent of Wines, Liquors and Cisar*. None but union goods used ln-t...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 7 April 1900

#fh,S ttf ^.M vl "WrW ft. 1 '•1 II «r r"~vt, «f tif* \-s vfl -'I. mmimmt fc*IO\ PAINTERS AND DECORATORS ARE ON STRIKE. iAbont Hit If of the Employing Paint­ er* and Decorators Retime to Slga •the Scale Presented, Which Calls for an Increase of Five Cents an Hoar—Meeting Last Nlicht, Bat No Results. The union painters and decorators of about half of the shops in town are on strike. If some resident wonders why (he job of painting or paper hanging, (Which he has been expecting men to come and perform for the past two days, is not accomplished, it may be •that it is because some of the employ­ ing painters and decorators have not signed the scale and the men won't Work. Eight or nine of the shops have refused to sign the new scale that the union has submitted this spring. Seven firms have signed it and their men are all working. The new scale provides for a nine hour day, as usual, and 30 cents an hour. This is an advance of 5 cents, but it is claimed that most of the men really receiv...

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 April 1900

MMraAlll fM .1X I k' fe/.V ^NTERVIEIV WITH PRES. I»OYE, OF THE IDAHO MINERS* IMOX. Governor StennenlierK'* lu fumy flow the RlichtM of lan Were Denied and Detlel. Soi Only l»y the Governor, Iml AI»o 1» the Prewident—Milltairlmu mid Ter rorl»m IiinnKnynted—From the Slin Fraiu'inco Star. Governor Steunenberg, in his testi­ mony before the House Committee on .Monday last, charged Mr. Edward Boyce, President of the Western Fed­ eration of Miners and editor of the Denver Miners' Magazine, with having gone to Wardner and picked out twen­ ty men, who selected others until there were 160 union men who secured arms, and blew up the Bunker Hill mill. We were, therefore, much gratified when on Wednesday last Mr. Boyce called Yu" at this office, and notwithstanding the pressure on his time, he gave us the entire history of the trouble of last year as well as that of 1892, both being an outcome mainly of the usurpations and tyrannies of the Standard Oil Company. Mr. Boyce is a gentleman of mild ...

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 April 1900

#t?v-THE LABOR WORLD PUBLISHED E3VERT g&TURDA X. Establshed in 1896 by Sabrie'G. Akin Business Office, 101 Torrey Bldr* Duluttt Telephone 280. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance *..11.00 fits Months, in advance Tbree Months, in advance....- Single copies, fi cent®. Advertising rates made known on ttppu catlon. ^TRADES I^JCOUWCIL THTM» Win. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and article® relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the Postoffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. Dciunml tlic Label. The intelligent plea for the use of the label is that of patriotism. Every ac­ tion that will advance the material in­ terests of the masses is patriotic. The constant advocacy and demand for the label will increase wages, and for proof of this see the influence of the blue la­ bel of the cigarmakers. Wherever it is used the highest wages in the craft a-ve paid, and wherever it is not used the contrary is the rule. Since the in­ troduction of the label the ...

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 April 1900

110 #1® r'#: fmmsemrsr (spy)* -*&%*+ *o-v The Finest Resort for Gentle­ men In the Northwest without any exception. Fixtures and Decorations of Mahogany, Art Olass and Marble, specially designed by ourselves. Labor Notes. About half the members of the paint- After this each shop will be strictly union or non-union, and the other building trades will have no complaints longer compete with him. Wages would have to be reduced again, and so still more employees would become new competitors for work. A journey- Jx Mi Orchestra Gives Two Concerts Daily— flatinee and Evening— Excepting Sunday. This musical organization has been secured by Mr. Anderson at great expense and is unrivalled as a high-class concert combination. bei,s better shape than it ever was before. iment mwmmm JAY W. ANDERSON, Proprietor and flanager. First Class in Every Respect. Longest Bar in the United States-92 feet. THE CELEBRATED ....<p></p>Chicago Garden ei'p* union went out on strike on April 'sign...

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 April 1900

If- Ifs'.t&i'' flip: vt" -^V: •*. wMm? r^M ...There Are... New Ladies' Coats, New Ladies' Suits, New Ladies' Waists. New Misses' Coats, Strictly Union-made HAS FINISHED LABORS OP SESSION AT BUFFALO. Memorandum of Conditions and Scale of Waves Adopted Con­ tract System Host be Abolished. Ten Honrs (or Day's Work—Over­ time Limited to Three Honra Hunday Work Barred. BUFFALO, April 11.—The convention of Lake Freight Handlers, in session at Erie, Pa., has finished its work. The unions of Toledo, Buffalo, Erie Rich­ mond and Cleveland, principal freight handlers' ports on Lake Erie, were rep­ resented. A memorandum of conditions and Scales of wages for 1900 was adopted. Its first clause declares for the aboli­ tion of the contract system, even to dis­ approving of local unions holding con­ tracts thereafter, and pledges the un­ ions to do everything in their power to bring about its complete abolition. Its second ylause Axes ten hours for a day's work, all work after 6 p. m. being ov...

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 April 1900

I I 1. VOL. W 'liSi 5, No. t-:-. 51. IMT«N |N» MK EIGHTY-THREE LABOR- LEADERS •OF EN«LA\D ISSUE AN APPEAL. Mi^vv Tell 111 all About tlie War m«l What They Killed Each Other for —Real Object of the War Waved /.by CapitaliMtN to Depre** I.abOr— Labor Where tlie Boer* Jtolrt Sway. Fellow Countrymen, you have been lea to believe that the present war 'against the Boec-s is being waged on behalf of justice and freedom for in­ dustrious Britons. As a matter of fact President Kruger offered to concede to the Outlanders as much as the British Government demanded for them. The outbreak of the war made it clear that a large proportion of them were not British subjects at all. According to L»ord Rosmead, the late Governor of the Cape, more than half of the Out­ landers were on the side of the Trans­ vaal Government and the Cape Times (a war journal) asserts that 8,000 of them are jiow fighting against us. In 1897 the Gold Mining Companies of the Transvaal had an output of £11,500,000 but they 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. — 21 April 1900

0 THE LABOR WORLD r.-N PPBUC8HBD BJVBRY gATURPAT. Establshed in 1896 by Sabrle G. Akin BurintM Office, 101 Torregr Bidg., DulotlL Telephone 80. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance ...........fLOO Biz Months, in advance JO Three Months, In advance .K Single copies, 6 cenMi. Advertising rale* made known on appli­ cation. ESS? Wm. L. McEwen, Editor, and Publisher. Letter. .»a .ruVM„!?a,l,I» elai problem are solkv Entered at the Postoltte* at' Minn., as second class matter* The old adage that "time works won­ ders" is verified by a retrospective view of the changes made in this country since the colonial congress, July 4,1776, declared these United States to be free and independent from British rule. The white population of the. country in 1776 was 3,000,000, while in 1894 the population was 66,680,740, or twenty* two times as large as that of 1776. In 1890 we had 13,230,168 males of mil­ itia age, an army'capable'of deffindr ing and fighting for our interests, four times as great as the...

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 April 1900

JLIU- #v «W\ vjiv'si v- ?j$tf City Business Directory. Firms Who are Friendly Towards Organized Labor. GRAY BROS. Bakers and Confectioners. Ice Cream at Wholesale and Retail. Telephone 258. 13 EAST SUPERIOR STREET. M. J. DURKJM 4 CO. Undertakers and Embalmers, And all Funer»l|rurnlablDg«. 18 Second Ave. West. 'Phone 398. Duluth Candy Co. Manufacturing Confectioners* Ask for Alameda chocolates. 119 East Superior Street. DULUTH Llr WEST DUI R5y Real Estate, Fire Insurance. Stocks, llondM and Investments. Offices: Banking Rooms. 1st floor Pal ladio Bids. West Duluth Bank Bide. See us before negotiating securities. The Vestibule Buffet Jerry C. Congdon, Proprietor. Hest of AVIiie*. Llquoni and Cigars. None but union'goods used In this house Telephone SIKS. 1 W. Superior St. For a nice cold drlnlc so to..... THE KLONDIKE. Murd Matheson, Prop. Dealer in Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. S03 W. Superior St. DULUTH, MINN. UNIVERSAL LIFE and ACCIDENT CO. I'alladlo Untitling, D...

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 April 1900

l| if —sg V^' _5••:• --W Vi •tr '.., •^fgsr^ssssm^"'• ^-:*:++a*t--{:" •*t i" ii f|: -r*'« y\' ». —B——M—w——w—ww——w—wywy ~i-_i 'i~ T~ ~r—~'' Wl\OV% Ml'CjjW IStTKStBSTBP IS THE MATTER OF IXIOX LABELS. Ituilillnir Trade in Minneapolis Improving with the Adjustment of. Labor Dilllcnltiea—St. Panl JlulldltiK Trade* Count*if In Con ferliiK With DoNR Balldem fbr the Settlement of Future DlMacrvee menta. Label agitation .has lately become one of the leading measures of the trades unions, and the federal labor union in Red Wing has taken it up with the same energy it has put into other branches of organization. The label is the reverse of a boycott the boycott turned smooth side out. Instead of refusing to patronize those with whom they do not agree and try­ ing to break them down, as the boy­ cott does, the unions by use of the la­ bel choose to patronize those with whom they do not agree and try to build them up. The cigarmakers were first to develop the label and have been most zealous in ...

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 April 1900

I ,Vi •». •u \IIOI IMOVS RT1IICS. \\n THKIIt 1'lu'y Slniiil Toilny mm the Ho.«( tout l''in'top in Hit' Wo lil-\V ill« SlriiKK'lt' I'ur the Fuller lOmaiiei imtiuii of Lnhor—Tliey Have Tem l»ere«l Knee and IS»•! iuions I're.ju «U«*e iind I'riiotifcil Fraternity nml Charily. (By Frank K. Foster.) In the philosophy of the universe there is no such thing as an accident. Things may happen out of the ordin­ ary course of events, but back of each circumstance there is a directly respon­ sible cause,motive and impelling force. The "Divinity that doth #hape our ends. UoiiKh hew them as we may," is as manifest in the world of" social inform as elsewhere. The union men of a trade for the purpose of protecting their interest in that trade is the direct outgrowth of certain various elements of human na­ ture. That is, if .ill men were fair, just and honorable, restrictive or coercive agencies of any sort would be super­ fluous. But there is nothing more apparent •within the range of everyday obse...

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. — 28 April 1900

4W (5*. W 1 "i C*. •.• Establshed in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin Bustneas Office, 101 Torrsy JBldff., DuluVft, Telephoned. BUB9CRIPTKW: One year. In advance. ....91-00 Six Months, In advance 60 Three Months, In advance Single copies, G'cen**. Advertising rates made known cation. fin appli­ COUNCIL Wm, E. MeEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating jlo the so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the Postoffice at .Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. The I'ltioit 3Iail. One who a\ all times is buttling for a noble cause, the light to live us an honest man should live in a free coun­ try. A union, man is honored and re­ spected in every community. He is an advocate of law and order, demanding what is right and denouncing what is wrong at all times and always obey­ ing the laws of his country. A union man is free from cant, hypocrisy, and selfishness, and a firm believer in or­ ganization, upholding jhe njuxim "That many can ahv&y£ help one, .where one cannot ahvaVs...

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. — 28 April 1900

f$J *tSfe C'? & "7 City Business Directory. I? Firms Who are Friendly Towards Organized Labor. GRAY BROS. Bakers and Confectioners. Ice Cream at Wholesale and Retail. Telephone 258. 13 EAST SUPERIOR STREET. M. J. DURKAN & CO. Undertakers and Embalmers, And all l'iuicral|Furni9hingB. 18 Second Ave. West. 'Phone 298. Duluth Candy Go. Manufacturing Confectioners. Ask fox- Alameda chocolates. 119 East Superior Street. The Vestibule Buffet Jerry ('. Conation. Proprietor. lU-Nt of Wine*. Liquor* niul Clear*. None but union goods used in this house Telephone 5i-. 1 W. Superior St. Fur ii nieo cold ilrink k« to THE KLONDIKE. Murd Matheson, Prop. Dealer in Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. SO:S W. Superior St. DULUTH, MINN. UNIVERSAL LIFE and ACCIDENT CO. Pnllariio ItuildiiiK'* Dnliith, Minn. Established ixr. Fays Indemnity for Accident. Sickness and Death at a cost of St.00 per Month. 1". 1*. FOSTER, Secretary. W. W. Seekins, :juj» w. superior st. Florist and Confecti...

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. — 28 April 1900

This is our first Hpringf Season, therefore Every Garment is new. Absolutely the Best Styles. Positively the Best Patterns. We ask no more in pr ce for oiir Well-uiade Suits of Exceptional Quality and Newness, than others ask for inferior and out-of-date goods. Spring Suits— $10, $12.50, $15, $10.50, 18.50, $20 and $25. Spring Overcoats— $10.00 up to $25.00 New Hats New Furnishings Floan, Leveroos &Co. Or- 225-227 W. Superior St. W 4 Good ahould try Che Wisconsin Centre! Lines .. ,' DINING CAR SERVICE. r^lB dining cars are served a la carta fiSi j8 *.° Oshkosh, Neenah, Marsh field, Fond du Lac, Menasha. Btavena CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE, and £3 points EAST and SOUTH. PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS Fine Day Coachwa. ,.mBnit DAILY SERVICE: 4.00 p.m. Lv..... Duluth Ar. 11:1* 5 9 A a 10:56 p.m. 7:16a.m. Ar... Milwaukee ...Lv. 8:46 p.m. A*--* Chicago ....Lv. 1:26 p.m. _Fojf -J8*®® or other Information, apply OitT^Tlcket Office* 498 West duperioJ «tre*t, Ualon Depot, or W. M. STEPHENSON, Gener...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 5 May 1900

fl? |SB '^,-V.' $tl? '.mi*1. 0 ri&V iSr- liM i':':- I'M? pi I ^'l| nW ttt "&]»» -flj-fl 3W' ^r^s*si Wri pi ,v ~r^—^—sgv JS^1. XE V. DEIIS DISCUSSES TRADE WIOSS ASD ,politics. i|he .Grrnte»t Activity Has Marked tile'Work «I' OryanlBing Ijiihor Thai Wn* Evi'r Kriown-Let the Good Work gsktt'omard, and Let all Inite ln V'jlt—Traile Unions Mhoifld |»e Kci^ Out of J'olitlos. Greater activity has.marked the work of organizing labor ^during the past, year than the world has ever.known It is in the air. It is Irresistible. Ev-? ery branch of the industrial army, skil­ led anil unskilled, is wheeling into line. It "overleaps all color lines and wipes out all sex discriminations. The move­ ment is universal 'and it foreshadows the emancipation of the working class from wage slavery. Mont heartily do I approve the work and commend the mission of organized labor. I would have the workers of all kinds thoroughly organized' and then co-operate harmoniously under the su­ pervision of a 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. — 5 May 1900

kf A'' 11 4 iiwwrs mmcs v. ijkhs iMsn ssrcs trahic lMO\S AVI) JVliaTlf'S. 'J'tie (irciUfNl Activity Has Mirlv»tl (lit' Work of Organizing l.:i»or Tluit Wii* 111 Kvor Kiiuivii-I.i'l I lie •1011 WOrk K'o F'nrwni'il. »nl l.«'t nil I'nite in it— Tr«ile liiions Should lie Kept Out of I'olitir.s. Greater activity lias marked the work '••iKanizing' labor during' the past yi tlian tlie uiuiil has ever known. !t is in tli- air. It is irresistible. Rv fry biatu of tlit* industrial arms, skil l"i! Mini unskilled, is wheeling- into line. It iwirif.ips all color line* and wip"S oni ail s.-\- discriminations. The more— in* ni. is univiTsal and it 1'oroshadows t)i. "mancipation ol the working class 'Mi iifjv slavery. .Most h••artiiy do approve the work il oiumcnd tlie mission of organized laiioi. I would have the workc of all iJnds thoroughly organized" pikI then co-operate harmoniously undtr the su P' i\ision of a central body. The agj .lion iiiciiient to organizing is health nil and vitalizing. ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 5 May 1900

fi »®L., &r c°-°Pera^ bfT" Pervision of a cen$f&:body.V'!The |»H Stir tatlon 1 *?which' ttffe yfet' 3'£ K, ML incident to organliinjgil health*- 'fit' fui and vitaiiiihgr. it ik eftucationeiL In thp bffe^t of despftndenorjthe of jiope begins to^ throb an#®!?7' formbegina to rise, /&• 5wi(WWb^K^^53^3|^S |2fl|if fintelllKence and splendid JdW^ of %a^»l*atlon eom^'to ^«h. but ,«TUie an well^ Some becoiMg^TCifrtots inpractI?Alj they lose! Wfluen^'^th! i^jthe outside world &nd^^iappeisP. Others/who show talent arid. energy in iridt^Strlal puraults, as Well &• In teachijur ftfHow Workmen, ai«'lid'vWil^ed in position until they are out' of th£ f' ranl/s of labor entirely. Others, fe&ye the movement to accept political* pre ^fernTOat, sometimes driven oiit'bjr' the ^laboring men themselves. Skme re- main, "however, and Ttecome the'solid ^ycottfiervative, guidel and chief ?hope of /'the movement. Unfortunately, friubh tlv /«°f their energy must, expend^! Ifl r?fightin...

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