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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 5 May 1900

Sif siness Office, 206 Chamber or Com­ merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance fl.oo Six Months, 1n advance 60 Three Months, in advance .25 Single copies, 5 cen*«. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. gfTRADES Mcouhcm: Wm, E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. entered at the Postofftce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. wm I) i'in HIM! the 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 label of the cigarmakers. Wher­ ever it is used the highest wages in the craft are paid, and wherever it is not used the contrary lis the rule. Since the introduction of the' label the ad­ vance in the v,T?ge of the cigarmakers has been steady. What is true of ...

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. — 5 May 1900

jt? I •fc t? c: rvrv-'. Business Directory. Firms Who are Friendly Towards Organised Labor. GRAY BROS. Bakers and Confectioners. Ice Cream at Who! dsale and Retail. Telephone 258. 13 EAST SUPERIOR STREET. Nl. J. DURKAN & CO. Undertakers and Embalmers, And all FuneralfFurnishings. 18 Second Ave. West. 'Phone 298. Duluth Candy Co. Manufacturing Confectioners* Ask for Alameda chocolates. 119 East Superior Street Fur a nice cold drink ko to THE KLONDIKE. Murd Matheson, Prop. Dealer in Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 20.'t W. Superior St. DULUTH, MINX. UNIVERSAL LIFE and ACCIDENT CO. I'alladio lliiilding, Dultitli, Minn. Established 181)5. Pays Indemnity for Accident, Sickness and Denth at a cost of $1.00 per Month. F. 1*. FOSTER, Scerctary. W. W. Seekins, :IS! W. SUPERIOR ST. Florist and Confectioner. (iropn llonttes, ittl E. Jird St. 'Phonos— 90U Store. 621 Green House. HENRY FOLZ. West Superior Street. The Leading Grocery and ^Meat Market. BOARDKOF TRADE and ENGLI...

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. — 5 May 1900

J: -••.• CO SCO h- 2 U-uj THE RED WING COSVESTIOS WIU HE HELD OX Jl'XE 11 *XD 32. Tln 3Iniiesotii State FMlei'at|nn of Labor's JOiuliteeiith Meeting1 Will lt» the reateNt in itst Hi*tory— Tli Work or OrKnniwition Hm renter tliin Year than Ever Itet'ore—Every Live Trade Union in the State Will lie Repri'Neiited. DULUTH, MINN., May 1, 1900. To al! the Central Labor Bodies, Trades Unions and Industrial Organ­ izations within the State of Minne­ sota, Greeting: Tile Eighteenth convention of the Minnesota State Federation of Labor will convene in Red Wing, at the opera hoi:s«- at 10 a. m., June 11 and 12, 1900. All affiliated organizations are re luestfd to send their full quota of del fgates. while those not affiliating in the past are most cordially invited to represented at the coming conven­ tion. The basis of representation shall one delegate for each twenty-five members or major fraction thereof, but no organization will be entitled to a •reaier number than five. Organizations that...

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. — 12 May 1900

wwmh 'M 1 4 I 1 VOL. 6, NO. 2. mm KEY. W. S. WARD EXPLAINS WHAT THEY STAND FOR. IteirrctM That ,tl»c Church Doe* \«t iulerMtautl Theiu—He Wan a t'u- lon Printer Before he. Became a Preacher «u«l Thus N Acqnnluted With the ObJectN of Trade tuioiis. Rev. W. S. Ward, of the Shiloh Pres­ byterian church of Minneapolis,, preached to a large congregation last Sunday night on "What Do Trade Unions Stand For?" His audience for the greater part was composed of workingmen. Mr. Ward is fitted for the subject, having been for many years a printer, and having belonged to a typographical union while he worked at his trade. His sermon was, in part, as follows: It has been my observation that the church has not been sufficiently in touch with labor organizations, and to this fact is due the apparent lack of interest manifested by the men who toil for a living in matters pertaining to the church. There has been a bar­ rier, none the less effective because it was unintentional or imaginary. As a mini...

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. — 12 May 1900

THE LABOR WORLD 3t: ib^BV: PCBU8H1 ^BRT SATURDAY. Establshed in 1896 by Sabrie-G. Akin Business Office, 206 Chamber of Com­ merce, Duluth. I Zenith Telephone G5. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance n,oo ALx Months, 1n advance Three Months, In advance jt Single copies. 6 ceo*«. Advertising ratea made Known cation. CTRAPES s»-llte. able tr1' 0I. I «a ipyll- Wm, E. McEwf.'i, Editor and Pifftlisher. Letters articles relating to the ao* •lal proj^m are solicited. •tered at the Postolltca at Dulutb, yjinn., as second class matter. MEET Every union in the state shor'1^ delegates to the Red Wing soruI oonvtent'°^ of the .Minnesota State F^e|'a"°n ot Labor. This is to be th'L* m°st impor­ tant meeting of labor r»^'er held in Min­ nesota. The Federat'ion is now passing through a period of-'unprecedented suc­ cess in the field ot? the good work' organization. That of the Past year shall be continued' Spends largely upon the interest manifested by the local unions of the The Federation has been ...

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. — 12 May 1900

The Beer Brewed Relished -m :A- I :y-t Had'e by 4 OF THE PEOPLE FOR THE PEOPLE BY THE PEOPLE CO.. BREWERS AND BOTTLERS. Sewing Machines For sale, Rerot or Exchange on easy monthly payments. Needles, Oils and Supplies for All Ma­ chines. Secorul-hand machine for sale cheap. !AH makes of sewing machines cleaned, Repaired and readjusted. All work guaranteed. C. W. HOWARD, 17 West Superior Street, 15ILITH, MIW. I. llll ICS WORR XO MORE. Dl1 I Tlnp'S F,'or" Paris. Positively Ul Juu lJUu 0 warranted to cure the Gen,nnc Ircnch most stubborn cases of Femalti Reialaior structions and Suppressions. or return money. $2 a package or 3 for So. Re Juse substitutes. Sent anywhere pre­ paid on receipt of price, and guaran­ teed by THE KIDD DRUG CO. Elgin. 111. Retail and wholesale by Max Wirth. and S. F. Boyce. druggists. Duluth. and N.vgren's Drug Store, W. Duluth, Minn. In every town and village may be had the Mica Axle Grease that makes your horses glad. Standard Uilt'o. THE REST .AND LARGEST •1...

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. — 12 May 1900

CO CO T~ StO & &' •NNEMTl UBN T. PAI WOODWORKERS' STRIKE ."•• a: -. IS STlLt^ OX.v St. P»«il Printer* Xoajluntr OfflvyN for tli« BanalBK TcmM)rvj^|ier SwHI Konum Xew l'i*lot|»- J|t Fitri 1»hlilt—The (ooperii i^st, o.. Strllte-Deleaffl^,, Pnn, nrr nre Elected to the State »V«erntlon of Labor. There we.'e no developments of mo­ ment ^jftterday in the woodworkers' sti lly of St. Paul. committee of five called on the firms that have not signed the agree­ ment. They carried no proposition to the manufacturers, but hoped to get a Key to the feelings of the employers. While they succeeded in learning that these firms desire to resume work, no advance was made by them/ One of thp four firms has shut down completely, and another yesterday laid off all its yardmen. This argues, the strikers claim, that tfiey have been unable to turn out any of the work with the small force that they hau been working with. At present there are only abctit 125 union men who are unemp'a'yed. as the firms...

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. — 19 May 1900

VOL. •0 -WL. 6, No. 3. WHV Wl ORGANIZE I MOVS ARK THE BEST AGENCIES TO SI5CVHE LAIlOR'S INDEPENDENCE. Wluit l.ulior liiNt do to Secure the Product of itH Toll—Or«raiil*e uud Work in InlNOii to Secure tlie ireatext (iood for tlie irente.st 111 be r—T ra Union* are Pro t$res«iive and at the Same Tlin# arc Slow. (FJy Aug. McC'raith.) "We unite because we must. It is not a matter of sentiment, or charity it is one of business. True, the blood tin­ gles on beholding the brutalities of our industrial chaos, but while this is an incentive it is not the foundation of our trade unionism. We are trade unionists because there is no other agency that wil secure for us good wages, a short workday, partial inde­ pendence in the present, and. some time, we hope, complete. No other agency! A bold statement: Can we prove it? Problem: To secure the product ot our labor. Not a school of economic thought, and there are many, but acknowledges the necessity of union to attain a well as union to hold when...

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. — 19 May 1900

LABOR WORLD FUBU3HBD EVERY SATURDAY. Establshed in 1896 by Sabrie O. Akin Business Office, 206 Chamber of Com­ merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION': On# year, in advance The Douglas f.v .....91 loo Six Months, In advance.... Three Months, in advance ....... Single copies, ceoKk Advertising rates made knows®'3® •PP'* catlon. Win. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the Postofflce at Duluth, llinn., as second class matter. l0ry a phenomenal they h, COnt'""eS ve enlai'Sed times fluences of eloquo t0 do Jus,!,ess\ Wh?n this firm adopted ^e union stamp they em­ ployed ab JU hands. Since then the and over factory four 1.100 hands are em- I ed at about the best average wages .. any shoe workers in the world. The success of this factory should be, and no doubt is, a lesson to other manufac­ turers who will fall in line. There are rumors of another addition to the fac­ tory. The disgraceful developments...

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. — 19 May 1900

1 'S VI. ¥jr.\ 0 Merchants. Hankers, l.awyers, i'liysiviaus ant'l all economical men wear W. L. Douglas Shoes because tliey ar« the best. m- CHEAP Lots Lovers of rns^-A for The Standard Bath Cabinets arc the standard. The best Cabinet made. Convenient, durable and handsome. Always ready for use. Physicians everywhere recommend them. Every Cabinet built on honor. Has a door. You walk in, sit down aiul close ewer over you—cover works on hinge. A remarkable invention. There is no person in the world whom Turkish and Vapor Cabinet Baths will not benefit. It opens the pores and sweats all the poisons out of the blood, leaving it pure and healthy. Physicians recommend it to cure Lagxippc, Colds, Pleurisy, break up Fevers, cures Rheumatism, aud all Liver, Kidney, Skin and Blood diseases. If you are sick it will make you well if well, it will keep you so. Makes you healthy, vigorous, and seemingly 10 years younger. A Turkish bath at home for 'three cents. No home can afford to be without it...

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. — 19 May 1900

1- 15 SKS I -4l^-:' CO 3 •*., -*. "^m- 5 5^1 nr-vat STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR CON VEJITION TO 1IK A LARGE ONE. Report* ho Far Received Indicate an I nnnually Large Convention—Or KAnlmer Swift'* Worlt in Appr««l- nteil—The Woodworker* of Mlnne «lioll«i are Still on Strike—Strike Benefit* Were Paid to all Member^ Dnrlnir the Week. The convention of the Minnesota State Federation of Labor,/7to be held in Red Wing, on June Vi, promises to be the largest and mosrt Important-ever held. Every mail (Vuring the week has brought in a number of new creden­ tials. The following have been re­ ceived at ttris writing: Winona Bar­ bers' unio%4—Frank Schoenig, Gus. Nel/ son Minneapolis Carpenters' unionVL. F. B'takefleld, Phil Carlin, John/Wal qjVist, M. N. Rogers Cooper ^Machine Operators—J. A. Kaltenbach, Jiohn Nee, St. Paul—Pressman's union^R. M. Rol fer Bookbinders' uniotk-yS. J. Krengel Woodworkers' union—J.' T. Sullivan, E. S. Husby German' Typographical John Klaus Cigarmakers' union—Hen­ ry ...

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. — 26 May 1900

f- Ji.t-'x, A VOL. 0, No. 4. BAY MOST SACKED ADJUTANT M'COllMICK WllITKS OX NKMORIU DA\ hi KntaliliHliiuent Crpilltcd to i««»n ernl LOKUII—For Thirty-two Y«»nrs tlie Old lluyM llnvt* Xnrclieil Siil« l»y Side to the tirnve* of Theii Head Coinriidt'N mid Strewn Tliem With Flower* of Lo%« Some sleep beneath a southern sun Some 'neath a northern sky Some dreamless rest in ocean's breast Some in far countries lie. Bu/ wheresoe'er our heroes sleep Within our hearts they live, And bloom of spring today we bring And to their mem'ries give. The credit of the establishment of a national Memorial day is due to the great soldier and statesman, General John A. Logan. On the 5th day of May, 1868 he issued an order, the purpose of which is shown in the following extract. The SOth day of May, 1868, is desig­ nated for the purpose of strewing with flowers or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in defense of their country during the late rebel­ lion, and whose bodies now lie in al­ m...

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. — 26 May 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PUBLISHED EJVERT aATC'RDAT. Establshed in 1S96 by Sabrie G. Akin Business Office, 206 Chamber of Com­ merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One year. In advance Six Months, in advance Three Months, in advance *&• Single copies, 6 cen»*. Advertising ratea made known on appli­ cation. ^TRADES Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the so elal problem are solicited. Entered at the FostofTice at Minn., as second class matter John l'jWCll Mcli' ven, after whom Camp I'i'med. was a Duluth boy .jred. When hisfc country iin, with thousands of other men, to preserve its honor, he •sitatingiy consented to go. Not, .. haps, as some did, for he thought y^seriously of the possible consequences voun On one side was his home, his ambi­ tion for an education, and loving friends on the other side was his country's want, and he fomose the lat­ ter. Of our town boys he was the first to give up his life, the first sacrifice of Duluth on 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. — 26 May 1900

I •mr-" mmi ,*T 1 0' .. Success is Never Thrust Upon People. Ladies' Dress and Sailor Hats At Special Priccs for Today. At $2.98—Another lot of stylishly trimmed Ladies' variety of styles, all up-to-date, worth from $1.00 to Today at House Wrappers... I'KIiSIDKNT MONHOi:. His DiMiniKfHil (if a Oiiest Wlio Came With Dae 11111M in Hist Pocket. Down at Charlottesville, Va., one hears funny stories about President James Monroe, who would seem to have been an eccentric and ir­ ascible personage with a great reluc­ tance to pay his debts. He had a fine house and a fine farm called Montpe lier, which is in sight of the trains on the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad, and a plain granite shaft, which marks his tomb, is visible from the highway. Mr. Monroe was not a "gentleman" as that term is applied in Virginia. His ancestry did not belong to the aris­ tocracy, and although he was an edu­ cated man, a lawyer of recognizee^ abil­ ity, a legislator and politician of repu­ tation, he never was 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. — 26 May 1900

|ft tev §-if:- 7«. CMHNC MXI1K 1. VllOtt WILL, POXfiHKfiATE IS T.ARtiE M'MIIERS AT It 101) WING. From all 1 ml it'll I IOIIM «b«* It«*«l Wing Con veil I ion of I lie State Federa­ tion «rf l.altor Will he tl»e Larvest Ever llelil —\o I'roKruiii lia* lleen Oiitliii-l. I»nt t'uMMldernhle Time Will IK* I WED in DiMeusNiiiK I'LUN* for OrfAiini/iitioii Work. Tho coming convention of 'the State Federation of Labor prqwiises to be the largest gathering /Of labor evet held in this state. T/he interest that manifested all owf the state insures the officers of tlu- Federation of an un­ usually large r/^endance. At this writ­ ing the elerjfn of over sixty delegates has been reported at the office of t&tes s"ocret»-,''y treasurer. These dele^f 140 will'^ present but 22 unions, out th^it ai'e affiliated. for figur [Tsing the above as a ba^ijjf that there ing, it can be safely sanies in attend will be over 250 dele^^QWancPS for un ance after making qlfford to send i-ep ions that cannot resent...

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. — 2 June 1900

A Mr' laili" •r VOL. 6, No. 5 CIGARMAKERS' JOURXAL, 0\ .11 DtiE PHEEDMAVS ISJIXCTION. DfllOUIICVll HM tlie liiKlllllil1 Mini Mimiiiiientnl Attempt on tlie I'nrt or ArroK'iint Trnut Mnnufnetnrer* to CriiHli Out Strike—Another KetiNoii Wliy iinveriinieiit l»y Injunction Should lit' Prohibited. taoitaoetao imniha a..il IT etaoin etth Since the infamous injunction of one Judge Freed man of New York, the only effect that it has on the trade and the people on strike was to make them more united and more determined than ever to insist upon their rights. Noth­ ing that the employers could have done could have been of greater assistance to the cause of the union and to the benefit of the strikers than to have their hired man issue that injunction. The very iniquity and combined injus­ tice of the action of the learned judge in issuing the little order of tlie em­ ployers was so manifest and so at var­ iance with the rights and liberties of the people that it had the effect, as stated in 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. — 2 June 1900

it & st* WORLD PUBLISH BD EJVBRT SATURDAY. EstaUlshed in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin Business Office, 206 Chamber of Com­ merce, Duluth..... Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance ?L00 Six Months, In advance 60 Three Months, In advance 36 Single copies, 6 cen»«. Advertising rates made known en appli­ cation. TRADES Win. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the »o elal problem are solicited. Entered at the Postofftce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. [JJmJwJES Many of the Labor World's friends have requested the publisher to en­ deavor to have this paper made the official organ of the Minnesota State Federation of Labor, and while we would appreciate the honor, yet we re­ alize that to make any change would do a faithful servant of the past gross injustice. The Minnesota Union Advocate has, ever since its birth, been faithful to the Federation and its in­ terests. It has bravely and courage­ ously fought the battles of labor, al­ w...

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. — 2 June 1900

•'••'V DUL1JTH J* City Business Directory. Firms Who arc Friendly Towards Organized Labor. BOARD OF TRADE and ENGLISH BRAKE LIVERY.,,. NICIIOLS »V THOMAS, PKOPS. Telephone 410. 315 WEST FIRST STREET. GRAY BROS. Bakers and Confectioners. lee Cream at Wholesale and Retail. Telephone 258. 13 EAST SUPERIOR STREET. M. J. DUBKAN & CO. Undertakers and Embalmers, Auil all Funeral Furniehings. 18 Second Ave. West. 'Phone 298. Duluth Manufacturing Confectioners. Ask for Alameda chocolates. 119 East Superior Street The Peoples' Blue Dray Line. Kilt ST AVK.MJK WEST. I'*or ii nice cold tlrink K°O to THE KLONDIKE Murd Matheson, Prop. Dealer in Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. HO:», \Y. Superior St. DLLUTll. MINN. UNIVERSAL LIFE and ACCIDENT CO. I'nllailio II iii I (ling-, DuliHIi. Minn. Established 1V.II. Pays Indemnity for Accident. Sickness and Death at a cost of $1.00 per Month. F. I\ 1-OSTIOIt. Swroinry. W. W. Scekins, 115 WEST Sl.iPEitlOll ST. Florist and Confectioner. (i...

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. — 2 June 1900

CO St/5 CMWBIINKI ICItt I\TI:nrosT ix THE STATE FEDERA­ TION MEETING IS INCREASING. Move Credential* Already Received Tlian at any I'reviouw GatberliiK— OeNtlneil lo he tlie Greatest Meet- Inn «f Ial»«»r Ever Hejil In TIIIM ($t,lie—Tlie Convention Slioul«t De vine Way* a ml Mean* for a More Complete Ornai»l*atlon of Labor. As the time for holding the Red Wing convention of the Minnesota State Fed­ eration of Labor is drawing nearer, much more interest is shown in the work of getting a good convention. More credentials have been received than were delegates at any former con­ vention. Unions that have heretofore been unconcerned in the work of the Federation are affiliating every day, anil are electing delegates to the con­ vention. There is no question tout that it will be the greatest labor meeting ever held within the borders of this state, and why should it not be? Never before has there been so much interest in the organization of labor. The move­ ment itself has never been very...

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. — 9 June 1900

ADDRESS ON LABOR HON. C. A. TO WW E SIMOAIvS IIICFOKE 'I'll TJ{ A DISS ASSKIIHLV. f_'ni»i|»lii»init.«» Di'lcitnle* on Their iMnrlnlRC of the Law of Dclilier iitivc Hoilic.N—Labor is Entitled (o (lie Hi«lio*t Rc»|»c«?t and Honor— Ifllior and Capita I Should Co-op orate Harmonlonnly Toward, a Common Object. In last weeks' issue of the Labor World we intended to publish a full re­ port of Mr. Towne's address before the Trades assembly, but the copy was in some manner mislaid. Mr. Towne's speeches are, however, always new, so it is with pleasure that we report it in this issue. Mr. Towne said that he felt greatly honored by the invitation of the Feder­ ated Trades assembly to be present but that, while he had expeqted to acknow­ ledge the courtesy with a few words, he was quite unprepared to make a speech, which was evidently the ex­ pectation of his au'ditors. He stated that he had listened with great interest to the proceedings and the discussions of the meeting which admirably illus­...

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