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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 9 June 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PDBIA3HBJD BVEEY SATURDAY. Kstablshed in 189G by Rn.brie Akin Business Offino, 20fi Chamber of Cnm merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone (55. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance fl.00 Six Months, in advance 50 Three Months, In advance .25 Single copies, 5 cen*». Advertising rates made known on cation. Appli­ TRADES] yrlril COUNCIL ,Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to tUe elal prbblem are solicited. bo- Entered at the PostofBce at Dulutb, Minn., as second class matter. Many years ago when the "divine right of kings" was an established fact, the people, in order to keep them from revolting against the oppression of the monarchs, were constantly reminded that "the king can do no wrong." In these days we see the same idea run­ ning through the modern system of applied democracy or republicanism. When our president is criticised for overriding the laws-of the land, so that his political party may profit by it, it is called "treason" and "disloya...

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. — 9 June 1900

15c and 18c Wash floods at- 10 Gents 30c and firic Wash Hoods at— 23 Gents 15c Selecias a I ias a I— 10 Gents ngs at— 12c Towelings at 7 Gents linens at— 59c Table Linens at 43 Gents Children's Fast Black 12c Hosiery 8 Cents Children's Fast,Black l!c Hosiery 10 Gents La piles 12c Vests at— 1 8 Gents SNAP SNAP 2=53Mercerized 117-119 W. Superior Is Growing More Popular Each Day. People hereabouts are finding out they can buy good, reliable goods at lower prices in THE NEW STORE than anywhere else. If you havn't discovered it, try it the next time you are on Superior street See the money you'll save by doing your trading at The New Store. Next week you can buy— And there's hundreds of other chances for you to save 25c to 35 on every dollar you spend if you'll first see the NEW GOODS at -The New Store." Burrows' Furnishing Is the place to buy your furnishing goods. There only, the best class of goods is handled, understand, we don't mean only the highest priced articles, for we carry 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. — 9 June 1900

I I l&l. 1 'ft* & /v. '"rV'Tl W, I \p fi- *rtis If 1 Is 03 0'i pwff —LlJffll! jV*' •'iV*, ,- hMMjk*k MM NEWS OF THE STATE TWIX CITY WOODWORKERS PICMC AT CARVER. Over 2,000 People Attend the Ontlns —Mlnneapoliti Will Have a Larsre Laljor Picnic on JuJy 4th—Hinder.v Girla of St. Paul are Rc-orjsfnni/,eil •—The Election of J. W. lln.ves, of Minneapolis*. an Vice Presiilent of Typographical Union in Doubt. The St. Paul Printers' union installed their recently elected officers at its last meeting. J. E. Iempsey, A. G. Woodbury, Henry W. Goetzjnger, H. C. Whittlesey and J. W. Herbert will rep­ resent the union at Red Wing. Jn the election of officers of the In­ ternational Typographical union, the latest returns indicate the election of James M. Lynch as president by a ma­ jority of nearly five thousand. The contest for the first vice presidency be­ tween C. E. Hawkes of Chicago and John W. Hays, of Minneapolis, is so close that secretary Bromwood, in re­ ply to an inquiry from th...

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. — 16 June 1900

rar tS It 5\ ft. 7 A BIG CONVENTION A l.AIKiK DIOLKGATIOX ASSEMBLED AT II101) WIXC THIS WEEK. Tlio Ho*!* or liiibur Trn nunc toil Miifh lliiMiiiesn «f InlrrrM to InlHtr— Duluth Woll HriireiiciiU'tl on (.'om mitteeM—l'refti1»iit Xi'nry .Makes a I re N ii if I He-fleeted President, Special to Labor World: RED WING, June 11.—The eigh­ teenth annual state convention of the Federation of Labor, and by far the most largely attended, opened a two days' session at the opera house this morning. Yesterday and today large delega­ tions came from all parts of the state but principally from the larger cities jn the state, and by 10 o'clock, when the gavel fell, perhaps 175 labor repre­ sentatives were in their seats There were present quite a sprinkling of la­ dies, some of whom also represented unions. The convention was called to order by W. J. Back, president of the Pot­ ters' union of this city, who presided over the opening exercises. He called upon Rev. J. A. Leas of St. Paul's church, who...

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. — 16 June 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Establshed in 1896 by Sabrle O. Akin Business Office, 206 Chamber of Com­ merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One year. In advance.. 9L00 Six Months, in advance W Three Months, In advance.. Single copies, 6 cen'e. Advertising rates made known en appli­ cation. CTWAPES I."ESTl COUNCIL TH. »*1 Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the Postofflce at Duluth, lllnn., as second class matter. The Stnte Federation of Labor has met and adjourned and the good effect of its deliberation will Boon be felt. The Federation has been growing stead­ ily for^the last few years, but this year has surpassed all others. More dele Kates were present, more real business was transacted, and a better fraternal feeling was shown by every delegate in the convention. A plan calculated to further the work of organization was adopted, and it is confidentially expected that much g...

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. — 16 June 1900

LOOKS LIKE A TAMK FOt'RTH. Wont Dnlnth Will Have Ihe Formal Celebration, Fourth of July is but a few weeks off but no plans havevbeen formulated as to its celebration. It was at first in­ tended that there would be a large parade in the morning and in the afternoon there would be music and speech making. The Sons of the Revo­ lution, were to have charge of the celebration but their arrangements have not come to a head. It has been about decided that there will be no reg­ ular program mapped out. Dr. Forbes was to have spoken but the West Du luth committee have secured his ser­ vices and that end of the town will do the day for the whole community. One feature of the Glorious Fourth will have to be dispensed with this your and that is the shooting of the large cannon crackers. The council passed an ordinance Monday night forbidding the use of any fire crackers over six inches in length, within the city limits. This will be sad news to the small boy and many grown up peo­ ple who 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. — 16 June 1900

tit WAS CENTER OF MUCH POLITICAL DISCUSSION. All of It Dore Upon What it to be Done at Knmai City Convention Next Month—Bryan Saw Scorea of People Durlnar the Day—Favor Re­ writing Mnch of the Chicago Plat­ form. CHICAGO, June 13.—William J. Bry lan was in Chicago today and the cen jter of much political discussion,, all of it bearing on what may be done at the (Democratic national convention next [month. Mr. Bryan saw scores of people during the day. He talked "business" (with Senator Jones, chairman of the national committee J. H. Johnson, (head of the executive committee Charles A. Walsh, secretary of the national committee, and Daniel J. Cam Ipau, national committeeman from Michigan. The platform to be adopted at Kansas City and the vice presiden­ tial question, especially the Towne iPopulist nomination angle of it, .were (considered at some length. On the question of platform the I trend of discussion forecasted to some (extent the differences of opinion which Imay arise at Kan...

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. — 23 June 1900

p%? •wlv-''-'' &&£•••• ai if A# ttHang «P VOL. 6, No. 8. MNMNTY NVMtT HAHCES KI.A(JRAXT VIOLATION OK Kit UTS IN IDAHO. Only Hrlt'f S.viio|»nIm of Mnjnrity lie port i-nn lit* Si'cureil—Tli«* Minority Report luiruoM tlie Military Au­ thorities! with Rxer«iNiiiK' Iiu'xoiim nble A lit ra I'oncr—Tlint I In* Lhw wi»n Violated Ity tlie tiovern or of I tin tin ami fJenernl lerrimn. The majority and minority reports of the committee appointed to investi­ gate the'('oner d'Alene outrage have been filed. We have bene unable to se­ cure but a brief synopsis of the major­ ity report by reason of their refusal to make the same public until ap­ proval' by the house military commit­ tee. It is understood, however, that the majority report maintains that the district had been jn a state of insurrec­ tion since 1892, and the conditions in IS!)!) culminated in the violent state of insurrection and riot. The Legislature could not have been convened to meet the emergency and the committee holds ...

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. — 23 June 1900

$ frnrp.- W-- Kc' THE LABOR WORLD jj. POBgJgHBO BVBRT-Hia^UKDAT. Est4blshed,in 1896 by Sabrie G.Akin Business Office, 206 Chamber of Com merce/Duluth. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance 91-00 Six Months, in advance Three Months, In advance Single copies, 6 cenM. AJverlt*lnj rates made known en appli­ cation. gTWADES] ."gfftCOUNCH: Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating lo Me so ^tad problem are solicited. Entered at the Postofflce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. A primary election of the Republican party was held Tuesday evening. In some precincts the vote was larger than at general elections. At a polling place in the third precinct of the sev­ enth ward, we observed from our home a large number of well-known Dem­ ocrats voting. This might be all right if they had changed their, party, but these same people vote in the same manner at Democratic primary elec­ tions. Few of them, perhaps, know that every time* that they do th...

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. — 23 June 1900

SSiK .& ^.f Men's and Boys' Out- titters. The Sensation of the wentieth Century A great cash purchase from Kohn Bros., Chicago, manufacturers of the Best High Gradc Clothing. It means a saving of many dollars in the purchase of the Best Men's and Boys' Suits and Trousers that money can buy. MEM'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND TROUSERS AT LESS THAN COST OF MATERIAL. Men's $10, $12, $13.50 Suits at $6.15 Men's $15, $16, $(8 and $20 Suits at $9.75 Men's $1.50 and $2 Trousers at 95c Men's $2.50, $3 and $3.50 Trousers at $1.95 Men's $4 and $4.50 Trousers at $2.95 Men's $5 and $6 Trousers at $3.95 Boys' $1.50 and $2 Short Pant Suits at 95c Boys' $2.50 and $2.75 Short Pant Suits at $1.45 Boys' $3 and $3.50 Short Pant Suits at $1.95 Boys' $4 and $4.50 Short Pant Suits at $2.45 Boys' $5 and $6 Short Pant Suits at $2.95 Boys' $5 and $6 Long Pant Suits at $3.95 Boys' $7 and $8 Long Pant Suits at $4.95 Boys' $9 a.id $10 Long Pant Suits at $5.95 Terms: Cash down. No clothing1 sent on approval. No clot...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 23 June 1900

CO SOT It*. STUB IV NUft j? *%&'•': ST. uons COU.WY DELEOATIOX' TO Fl RTHRR klS CAVDIDACY. JnNepli G. Miller of Two Harborn, IN ItiAornefl for Railroad nail Wart liouNe CflmmliMlnner ly St. Lonltt anil bake ConnfteN—Rallrnnil Km iployee* are Zeoleai la HU ne half. It is altogther likely that Joseph G. Miller of Two Harbors will receive the nomination for railroad and warehouse commissioner—that is, if the railroad employees' wishes are consulted- From all parts of the state petitions are being received signed by railroad men at every railroad center asking for Mr. Miller's nomination. The pe­ titions are so strong and numerous that the Republican party can hardly afford to turn them down. The St. Louis county delegation .has been in­ structed for Mr. Miller. Lake county, his home county, is united for him. Ramsey and Hennepin have assured the Brotherhood representatives that if St. Louis would stay by Mr. Miller they would do likewise, and everything at this writing seems to ind...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 30 June 1900

i? 3 ft I I?: NEWS OF Til STATE FEDERATION COIXC1L MEETS ELECTS OFFICERS. A Committee Walt* on the Political 1'artieM in llehnlf of the State Fed­ eration of Labor to Have an Kig'lit Hour I'lniik Inserted in Their I'latforniM—Lubtor Uureau Want* a Mine Iimiieetor. The bindery girls of Minneapolis are naturally very much elated over the election of one of their most honored members, Miss Mic-haelson, to the po­ sition of first vice president of the State Federation, and it is expected this will strengthen their union, which is already one of the active organiza­ tions of city. The local union will give such assist­ ance as possible to the organization of the bindery girls recently started in St. Paul, and it is hoped soon to have a good working union there. Conditions in Minneapolis are in very good shape, and all the most desirable positions are controlled by the union. Wages and hours are satisfactory, and nearly all members of the union are steadily employed. The girls are old eno...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 30 June 1900

Si THE LABOR WORLD PUBtASHED BJVKRT SATURDAY. iptetablshed 1n 1896 by Sabrie O. Akin Business Office^ 20G Chamber of Com* merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: On* year, In advance H-OO Sis Months, In advance -60 Three Months, In advance & Single copies, 6 cen'e. Advertising rates made known en Appli­ cation. TRADES Wm, E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to Me io •tal problem are solicited. Entered at the Postofftce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. 'A Y. Those familiar with the history of the labor movement and who have the cause of labor.at heart do not claim that the trade union ran remove all the evils that afflict the community. Questions of grave moment to the Am­ erican people now occupy the public mind. These questions must be dealt with in the political arena, and in their discussion and settlement working people, as citizens, should take an ac­ tive and prominent part. But their in­ terests in the economical field calls f...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 30 June 1900

Candy J, -f ••fc Fresh, Sui Royal'Cum Pops— assorted flavors—tin1 "_• kind. Today a pound— 9 cents. Jackets....4 Lots. $20, $18, $'ltf.:,0 Jackets, Today $10.00 $15, $12 Jackets, Tmkiv— $7.50 $1(1, $9 Jackets, Today— $5.00 $7.50, $5 Ja.-keis-, Today— $3.50 $1.00 Waists, 50c fine washable Percales, now col iiiys and designs, si'/.es .'!•( to :!('., scores oi path-ins ami eltects to choose from, worth (r,c, SI.25Waists.75c -of fine new Percales, White Lawns, -Madras, etc.. some with wide yoke, some trimmed with insertion, some with son ami others with laundered cuffs, six.es :u to •:«—at T.v.— everv one worth $1.25. S2.25 Waists, $1 E\'|iiisite new styles in fine Madras, Pcii-alcs, fancy Scot, i! Ingham?, Whit* Lawns, etc.. the fashion setters of the season, sizes up to 4o you are sure to Iin• I what you like—on sale Today at $l.oo, and worth $2.oo, $2.25 and $2.50. Elegant showing White Waists—$2.00 to $5.50. Candy... PRICK!) LOW FOR TODAY'S SHLLINO. KLRC ANT, EXCLISIV1-: STYLES—SHOW...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 30 June 1900

CO SlUtK IS MMB C1IOKKR AXD HE WILL WITH BKV.VX. LLUMIIIEMH COXFER Senator Murpliy of Sew York An­ other of H1N Backers—City On the Knw Takes Oil Gain! Appearance— HOIIHCS and Streets Are HeiiiK Decoruted—'Tninuuiny Men Will Come On Monday. KANSAS CITY, June 27—Congress­ man William Sulzer, who is being boomed for vice-president on the Demo­ cratic ticket, and Richard Croker and ex-Senator Edward Murphy, of New York, will have a conference at Lin­ coln, Neb., with W. J, Bryan before they come to Kansas City to attend the national convention. Sterling Price, of Texas, who has opened headquarters here for Mr. Sulzer, today received a telegram from that gentleman saying he had left New York for Lincoln at noon today. Another telegram says Messrs. Croker and Murphy will be in the Nebraska capital Friday night. President O'Connell, of the Sons of Liberty, the oldest organization in New York, is on his way to Kansas City and will open headquarters for Sulzer to­ morrow evening, and Fred 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. — 7 July 1900

V'„ ?,: Vk jaw* W tei' -fVv UMWS TURN OUT «IVE THIS LONGSHOREMEN'S IMONS YOI'R SUPPORT. lliiko lic Street Puradv Xext Friday EveniiiK tlie IiiirKi-Nt InlM»r lJeiu oiiMtrntion Ever Held in tlio City —Call a Special Meeting of VOIIP I'nloit ami Deeiile at Once—Do not Allow1 tlie Par a lie to le a Failure. The large labor demonstration to bit held next Friday evening should bring out every member of labor organiza­ tions in the city. Every union in Du luth should vote to turn out in the big street parade. It happens to fall on the same evening of the Trades assembly meeting. The assembly should hold a special meeting and agree to not only join but to give their hearty support to the Longshoremen. If other unions do not meet until after July 13, they should also call special meetings and get in line. There will be over 1000 longshoremen in line including the del­ egates and the locals of Duluth and Su­ perior. The Hon. C. A. Towne will de­ liver an address on the industrial ques­ tion, ...

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 July 1900

i.- m. *u THE LABOR WORLD PUBU3HKD EVERT BjLTURUAT. Establshed in 1S96 by' Sabrie G. Akin Business Office, 206 Chamber of Com merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance ..flOO Six Months, In advance 6U Months, In advance .25 Single copies, 6 cen'e. Advertising rates made known on ®PPll- €, TR ADEst?*^ COUNCIL Wm, E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to We so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the Fostofttce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. The News Tribune, in a recent is^uc. editorially dwelt on the outrage com­ mitted against women at St. Louis, and paid that although it (lid not believe that organized labor countenanced such proceedings yet they had heard of no rebuke from them on this matter. The following from the Street Railway Men's Journal certainly states their position on such matters: Air. S. P.lock, a member of the Beer Drivers' union of St. Louis, while pas­ sing along the street last Sunday af­ ternoon...

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. — 7 July 1900

W' \x W 1= I S .:!./ &•' City Business Directory. Firms Who are Friendly Towards Organized Labor. BOARD OF TRADE and ENGLISH BRAKE LIVERY,,. MCIlOIiS A THOMAS, IMtOPS. Telephone 410. 315 WEST FIRST STREET. GRAY BROS. Bakers and Confectioners. Ico Cream at Wholesale and Retail. Telephone 258. 13 EAST SUPERIOR STREET M. J. DURKftN & CO. Undertakers and Embalmers, And all Funeral Furnishings. 18 Second Ave. West. 'Phone 21)8. Duluth Candy Co. Manufacturing Confectioners, Ask for Alameda chocolates. 119 East Superior Street, The Peoples' Blue Dray Line. 14 Kill ST AVKMM KST. For ti «lrink to THE KLONDIKE jHiml Matheson, Prop. Dealer in Imported and Domestic "Willi's, J/u|uors and Cigars. 2o:: \V. Superior St. DUMJTII, MI.W. UNIVERSAL LIFE and ACCIDENT CO. I'alliuiio ItuililiiiK. llii'lutli. Minn. Established ]S*ir. Pays Indemnity f.r Accidi'iit, Sickness and tv.it li at a. cost nf SI.00 per Alontli. J\ I». TOSTlMt. Si'crcliirj'. W. W. Scekins, nr. WEST SUPERIOR ST. Florist and C...

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 July 1900

•p\''= it wsm THE TAKES RAILROAD 1IRO THERHOODSOF COLORADO* The ArcrngH'rade Unionist liiisCon deiuned the Brotherhood but They Seem to lie the Mont Progressive in Colorado—A Strong Pint form is Adopted Dccluring (or Direct L«g islation and Other Demand*).' The average trade unionist is heard quite frequently to condemn the num­ bers of the railroad brotherhoods for their apparent indifference to other branches of organized labor. But if those who have condemned do not watch out they will find themselves left far behind in the path of progres­ sive uriions. Out in Colorado last week about six­ ty-five delegates, representing the lod­ ges of engineers, firemen, conductors, telegraphers, switchmen and trainmen from all parts of the state met and or­ ganized a congress of Railroad Organ­ izations for labor legislative purposes. I'lan of Organisation. Their plan of permanent organization is as follows: First—That this organization shall be known as the "Congress of Colorado Railway Orga...

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 July 1900

4- &• VOL. 6, No. 11. INS UNI ON T# KIT LOYAL TO THE Bl'ILDIXC. TRADES COI'XCIL OF CHICAGO. Place tlio liurriiMi of Hlunic for Look­ out on Contractor!*. llaiikcr.H and C'npititliMtM Strong Resolntioii* are Adopted—A Fntr Statement of the llnildiiiK Trades CouiR'il's Vol­ ition is Demanded Front tlie Pub­ lic Pres»M. We publish in another column a strong editorial from the Chicago American, stating very forcibly that paper's position on the Chicago lock­ out. In line with the editorial we pub­ lish the following resolutions which were adopted after a report of an in­ vestigation by a disinterested commit­ tee. The resolutions state exactly ths true cause of the controversy, and place the blame where it belongs. Thr resolutions pledge renewed moral and financial support to the locked-out men, concerning the contractors for re­ fusing to arbitrate and eulogizing the Building Trades council for the fight it was making against what was termed injustice and oppression, and were adopt...

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