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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 18 August 1900

lkta!» !y! pfeu"- THE LABOR WORLD FUBUSHBD EVERY M.TURDAT. Establshedln 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin Business Office, 206 Chamber of Com­ merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 65. 8UBSCRIPTKNl One year, in/ advance •1* Months, lit advance Three Months, In advance IL00 to .* MWW Sing le copies, S cen»e. Advertising rates made known SB Appli­ cation* TRADE S Wag COUNCIL tuTH. M* Wm. E. cEwen, Editor and 1 'ublisher. Letters and art tides relating to the so eUu problem are solicited. Entered at tlu Postofflce at Duluth, Minn., as second Slass matter. Senator C. O. Bald'win announced during the week that le would accept the Democratic nomination for Con­ gressman of this district if tendered to him. This narrows th(J field down to two candidates. Mr. Baldwin and Mr. Truelsen. That there rill be a lively struggle for the endorsement of the St. Louis county democracy there is no doubt. Mr. Truelsen has the advan­ tage in as much as he hast been in the field for a month or so, a.nd is doing some hard ...

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. — 18 August 1900

I Si1 •4 I. 1 IS J"'!i "V- l. j,fe City Business Directory. Firms Who are Friendly Towards Organized Labor. BOARD OF TRADE and ENGLISH BRAKE LIVERY. NICHOLS & THOMAS, PROPS. Telephone 440. 315 WEST FIRST STREET. 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 Puucral Furnishings. 18 Second Ave. West. 'Phone 298. Duluth Candy Co. Manufacturing Confectioners. Ask for Alameda chocolates. 119 East Superior Street. The Peoples' Blue Dray Line. II Kill ST AVENUE WEST. For a nice volil drink go to THE KLONDIKE Murd Matheson, Prop. Dealer in Imported and Domestic Wine?, Liquors and Cigars. 2»:t W. Superior St. DULUTH, MINN. UNIVERSAL LIFE and ACCIDENT CO. Pallatiio Itiiiiding, Dnlntli. Minn. Established 1S05. Pays Indemnity for Accident. Sickness and Death at a cost of $1.00 per Month. F. I*. FOSTER, Secretary. W. W. Seekins, llo WEST 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. — 18 August 1900

Vj'. MY If WIVKS O. I W. EX JOY THEMSELVES AT O-AT-KA. SlirinerN lluvi- Royal f.ooil Time Ht Komi alii Lne-Siteeclie*, Gniiit'M. Athletic titiitl'Nl*. DllllfiliU' mill Oul-ol'-Moor I.iiiu'Im'oii.s Make Auk. Serve to On« I.uiik III III iM'fCll. to He Rt- About 2,000 people attended the pic­ nic given by the Ancient Order of Uni­ ted Workmen at Ontku Beach Wednes­ day. The Workmen and their friends nave up the whole day to the affair and at o'clock in the morning the parade headed by the City band started down Superior street from Twentieth avenue West. The line moved down that street to Lake avenue, thence down to the fniuiI and from there to Oatka beach. IS very one was bent on having a good time and from appearances all found what, they were in search of. A fine literary program was given soon after the pleasure seekers had reached the picnic grounds. There were many dis­ tinguished out of town people present, wliich created additional interest in the affair. In the absence of Mayo...

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. — 25 August 1900

•I :!v ,i V'. 4 ir VOL. 6, No. 17. HKIIKMHKH. bought of IIM, Try our latest production of Clear Havana Cigars If you want... REMEaMRER THE OLD STAND -»o* 0 Strict.iy Union-made. o»o •o«o*o*o*- v, For the "UNION LABEL"? If ho ue linvc splemlhl line of Suits, everyone bear in K' tlie Union Label, ill— $8, $10, $12, $13.50. Some Handsome Patterns at— l.MOX LAI1K.L HATS, ut— $18, $20 and $25. SIMtl\G OVERCOATS. nllli riiion Label, at— $8, $10, $12, $15. $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3. All (lie Latest Spring Illoeks. i% guarantee eaeh and every mo you run no risk whatever. CHAS. W. ERICSON, THE CLOTHIER. 219 WEST SUPERIOR ST. Smoke "Tom Reed" Cigar. "LA AGILIDAD/ BEST TEN-CENT CIGAR MADE Leading Five-cent Cigars are Made in three size*. Manufactured by Union-Made. Tom Reed Cigar Factory, ESTAMJSHED 1888. PURE WINES AMD LIQUORS article "ALASKA NUGGET" "ZENITH CITY/'A:^: 22 East Superior Street DULUTH, MINN. FOP FAMILY AND MEDICINAL PURPOSES Tftere1* NftiWw#urer than,S. I, LEVIN'S (RANDY. 501 WE...

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. — 25 August 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PUBLISHED 13VEKY SATURDAY. Establshed in 189C by Sabrie G. Akin Business Office, 20G Chamber of Com­ merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance *100 Biz Months, In advance 60 Three Months, In advance Single copies, 5 cen*«. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. F.TRADES]I »"71COUNCIL UTH. I* Wm, E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the «o •lal problem are solicited. Entered at the FostofClce at Duluth, Minn., as second olass matter. Prosperity? Everybody employed? Yes, but does the fact that everybody is employed necessarily imply thai, everybody is prosperous—that every­ body is satisfied, or should be? From a collection of up-to-date statistics sent out by the state labor bureaus and other excellent authorities we gath er the following typical samples of "prosperity" as it is really served to the working or producing class of our citizens. In the cotton mills of Mass­ achusetts 33,000 people are empl...

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. — 25 August 1900

DULUTH Labor Notes. Chas. Yernberg who was at one. time a prominent member of the Duluth Butchers' union, is now chief of police at Two Harbors. J. G. Miller, candidate for railroad and warehouse commissioner, and John Brown of Two Harbors, visited the local butcher shops last week. Ernest Roy who formerly delivered meats for Mork Bros, is now employed jn the shop of T. K. Hancock. John Blackwood, who represented the Vancouver Printers" union in the I. T. I'. convention at Milwaukee, re­ turned to Duluth during the week, and reports that the convention was a great success. He says that President Donnelly who was recently defeated for le-election made1 many friends in the convention. The delegates from Chicago, who were his most bitter enemies during the election, were en­ tirely won over, and they presented him with a testimonial before the con­ vention adjourned. Mr. Blackwood will leave for Vancouver in a few days. The grand ball of the Brotherhood of "Locomotive Firemen which was...

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. — 25 August 1900

DO. v*«. WAS SUCCESS MODEH\ WOODJlEX 1*1 CMC AT O-AT KA 1IEACH. I,OK It oiling iinrt Tub The weather man was unusually considerate of the Modern Woodmen yesterday and as a result the picnic given by Duluth Camp No. 2341 was a most enjoyable afair. As early as 1 o'clock the pleasure seekers started fo O-at-ka beach and all afternoon and evening the cars were crowded. It is estimated that 2,500 people visited th'j grounds during the day. Some of the members of the Uniformed rank were present in full regalia and added not a little to the picturesqueness of the scene. The costume consisted of white trousers tucked in high boots, and colored shirts with "M. W. A." in large letters on the breast. The men wore jaunty caps and caried large axes in their belts. The afternoon was taken up with an interesting program of sports probably the best event being the log rolling contest. There were but two entries and each man was very proficient In the art. After each had been given a fair trial Set...

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. — 1 September 1900

& fata rrj/i /WP *a fUIIIM UBMt PAST AMD FUTURE OF THE TRADE l*. LXIO\ MOVKMESiTi ,'• i: What of the Twentieth Century In a Few Yean Labor j|vill Be So Well Orgialied is to Make Strikes Unnecessary, or Capital Will Hare the Power to Make Then Inpowlble, (By Joseph H. Buchanart.) What is in store for labor in the twentieth century? As we draw nearer to the closing: hours of the last year of the century that has been so full of changes for those who "earn their bread in the sweat of their faces" this question presses us for some sort of answer. There is no seer among us who has the gift to penetrate the veil that shuts out from mortal eyes the future, and the gift of prophecy is not vouchsafed to the sons of men in this materialistic and practical age. There fore the best that any one can' do is to review the past and study the pres­ ent and in these lights try to see what the future holds. Under these circum­ stances each one will be influenced by his .hopes, his past experiences...

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. — 1 September 1900

4\ :W: lllTUtt W UMI) PAST A.\U FITHltK OF THE TRADE I MO MOVEMENT. What «C tl»c Twentieth Centnry? In Few Year* Labor Will Be Sio Well Oricnnlxed an to Ulnke Strike** I'nneeetiMary, or Caiiitnl Will Have the Power to Mnkc Them ImpuMMilile. (By Joseph R. Buchanan.) What is in store for labor in the twentieth century? As we draw nearer to the closing: hours of the last year of the century that has been so full of changss for those who "earn their bread in the sweat of their faces" this question presses us for some sort of answer. There is no seer among us who has the gift to penetrate the veil that shuts out from mortal eyes the future, and the gift of prophecy is not vouchsafed to the sons or men in this materialistic and practical age. There fore the best that any one can do is to review the past and study the pres­ ent and in these lights try to see what the future holds. Under these circum­ stances each one will be influenced by his -hopes, his past experiences and his environmen...

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. — 1 September 1900

C'^ 1& *s 'i A 4# ,/C M*. 25 mL W ^"f' *Htg. ^r"§ 'r f» J&fl', »&> "W $ 'v ,r 5»r%®- lf »P'rFBTiJita' or v.*,.1 "•, (By.Joseph R. BuchanaP.) is iii'4toK (or labor in the twentieth century As we draw nearer to 'the closing hours of the last year of the century that has been so full of chances for those who "earn their bread in the sweat of their faces" this question presses us for some sort of wW. v^li anriwer. There is no seer among us who has the gift to-penetrate the veil .v-that shuts out from mortal eyes the future, and the gift of prophecy is not ". vouchsafed to the sods or men in this materialistic and practical age. There fore the best that any one can'do is to review the past and study the pres-: ent and in these lights try to see what the future holds. Under these circum­ stances each one will be Influenced by his .hopes, his past experiences and Ills environment. Labor of the Past. In considering the changes that have taken place in the condition of the wor...

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. — 1 September 1900

IS: •k -i absolute fidelity to beliefs honestly eifc tertained. .\oi am a'Candidate. Tonight I came not as a candidate advocating: a cause whose success is as sedated with his election to office. It has seemed to me, whether it be true or not, that might render more aid this year to the principles I profgfcs by supporting them in a merely private capacity and in many places than by running a fourth time for congress, even, though with greater probability of election than in 1896 or 1898. Accord­ ingly I am here tonight to speak to you as one American to another, and oi: the assumption that the welfare of our beloved country and Its people and the perpetuation of American liberty are more to be desired by us than ahy partisan success whatsoever that these objects are worthier our devotion than any man's personal ambition possibly wm be: and that if in any way \ve can lind out what patriotism demands of us we will reasonably do it. There is always a temptation to be Kin a political ad...

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. — 1 September 1900

i,rbi|' 11 'fv I 7 •f (1 I *1 Hi h- 1 J\ Yet "arbirtary government," govern­ ment. "by different laws and different sytems." prevails today in Porto Itico, and is proposed in the Republican na­ tional platform as the plan to be pur­ sued toward all the islands lately taken from Spain. This is in very deed' im­ perialism. Governor Roosevelt has said, in another place, when speaking of the importance of this campaign: "We stand at the parting ofthe ways." So indeed we do. The new policy in­ volves a complete severance from the customs, beliefs, ideals and traditions of our whole previous national life, ('an this be Republican party now declares, the tirst time in our history that such a doctrine has been proclaimed, that alien countries inhabited by nations of governing themselves may be seized by its by conquest and may be governed by us arbitrarily without thier con­ sent that the constitution does not ap­ ply to them..neither guaranteeing then rights nor conditioning our authority:...

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. — 1 September 1900

ip JOSWYOMK. TWA jam QUA cine QUftLITV ^fOisTePt0 Duluth's SraatMt OutlHUng Estabtahnwnt for Men and Boy*. We Sail the Best Union Label Made Clothing in America. Our Motto: Tho Boot Goods—Tho Ipiilhii Profits—tho Largott Business. All our Harry Gray and Ford's $4.00 to $5.00 Shoes— 59c Women's $2.00 to ?4.)0 Shoes, small 39c Women's Tan and Black Bicycle Shoes, |2.00 to $3.50 grades— $1.59 Women's $4.00 Chocolate Lace Shpes— $1.48 Now Ready for Inspection—, New Fall Outfits Hats, Suits, Overcoats, Gloves, Neckwear, Shoes, Boys' Clothes.v We Are Agents for— Knox Hats—Men and Women. Stetson's Special. Roelof's Hats. Scliofole Hats. Hird's Caps. Burrows' Special. Just Wright. Tilt's Shoes. Stein-Blocli & Co. Rogers-Peet& Co. Clothing The Hart. Scliaffner & The Just Hal is an idea of our own, made expressly to our order by one of the leading and best hat manufacturers in this country. We intend­ edit should be better than the •-.. .• v:-v ».0 «.,v, •. xJ I 1 Boys. superiorit...

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. — 1 September 1900

fef *1". & IhVi'1 t\ I J. Merchants. Hankers, Lawyers, riivsiciaua ntl all economical men wear W. L. Douglas Shoes bccanso they aro the best. RESOURCES. Total. §mm 9 •C':wmm" W. L. DOUGLAS The Style. Fit and Wear could not be improved for Double the Price. "W. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are the productions of skilled workmen, from the best ma­ terial possible to put into ^hoes sold at these prices* We make also $2.50 and $2.25 shoes for man, and $2.50, $2.00 and $1.75 for boys, and the W. L. Douglas $3.50 Polite shoe, Very suitable for letter-earners, policemen and others having much walking to do. "Wo are constantly adding new styles to our already large variety, and there is no rea­ son why yo'v cannot be suited, so insist on having W. L. Douglas Shoes from your dealer. UNION-MADE SHOES FOR BALE BY Suffel 131 WEST SUPERIOR STREET. Anders Duluth's Most Popular Resort for Gentlemen. Engagement Extraordinary! Commencing Wednesday, Aug. 29, and Continuing After­ noons...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 1 September 1900

1 BUCK FABRICS. New Black Pie wins for Skirls—l»ritflu black und firm llnisli-^vcry styviet'able —the price, a ml 79 cents* Finn French Scrtcc -"i0 inches wide, :111 wool, exct'llciii finish---'Phis material was made t• in sell at $l.:'i. ami ki,u,1 one at I hat. iir prici* is. a \:ul 90 cents. New Mnliair I'ierolas--silk finish —very dressy ami will MII muss per yard $1.50. New Idaek 1'nmellaH—we have llie lat­ est assortment of these stylish weaves in the city at prices from, a yard- $1.25, $1.50 up to $2.25. New Unfinished Worsteds. inches rich, soli finish ami briKlit black, wide |el $1.25. New heavy weight Worsteds 'nrhej wide. need no lining, used for Suit?' and Separate Skirts, at prices, yard $1.50, $1.75 up to $3.00. Ask to see our new Kmbroideivd Klan TUC DO IOC QlftC' '3 RESOURCES. MA This Shore Will Bo Closed All Day Monday Lalior Day. EXQUISITE SHOWING New Fall Dress Fabrics. Most notable weaves in the world both at home and abroad are repre sented in our display. Kvery...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 1 September 1900

V:- a*- I £1, i»l OPPftHT»XE fiME rtui- nXt/r»r. l.AltORRRAXR r.iHNBR. The Farmer IN Often-lied lo Relieve flint the l.»l»oreriMTrylnto In Gonfleate' HI* Property In Order to Gain Freedom—I.aheirer* Are Toltl .That tliv Farmer |m tn l.en Kne With the Cupltnllat. One very old way in which this di vision 01' the producer is secured Is by sotting tho farmer against the eity worker. The farmer is made to believe that the laborer who is seeking to free himself from exploitation is.trying to •vonfiscale the property" of the farmer while the laborer is told that the farm­ er is in league with the capitalist to t'lislave labor. Both are deceived, and while they are fighting the capitalist gleefully picks he pockets of both. At the bottom the trouble is the same for both and unless tfiey tight together against the common enemy they must continue to suffer together in slavery under a common master. Hither division of the workers can today produce many fold more of the necessities of life than...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 1 September 1900

A M. 1 CO jyiy'^vf ,'.-fM#'j^ muciwNnw JOHN P. ALf'I'tiELD DISCUSSES GOV EIT.XM EST OWXEHSHIP. The Web at id Roof of Modern Society 1M ra importation—LLY Special I'rlviliiKi'* Smaller Shippera Are Diner I at glinted Axni lint mid Pow. erfnl InteretttM Are Unlit Up—'The Tariff 'IN the Mother of TrustH— public Ownership 1M the Solution. T,*ie progress of man is one long struggle for independence, a struggle for fi*eedo:m, a struggle to get out of the power of other men. No matter how 'ell -intentioned the wielder of the power may be, the person over whom it i: wielded cannot reach a healthy dev elopment or enjoy the full measure of xistance in that condition. Lincoln exprt ssed a foundamentaltruth when he dec lared that no man was good enough govern another. The principle undei lying1 it aLl is that when a man is in tfc power of another he cannot reach hi .s highest estate. In the domain of intellect all systems which place one set of men in the power of another i. et were failures. A...

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. — 8 September 1900

Vol.. (i. No. 19. S KB Silk Waist Sale. 1492 HEMEMBER THE OLD STAND Mr TCit» BuYs Are You Looking 1 or the "UNION LABEL"? If MO ive liave splendid IIIN' of Suits, nvfryonc bear liiK* 1»• Union Label, $8, $10, $12, $13.50. Some Handsome I'nffn-nii jit— $18, $20 and $25. f,\TS, willi liiiion I.aliel, at— SIMIIXG OVF.IICOATS. willi linion I.aliel, at— $8, $10, $12, $15. ATS, Ht UXIOX I.AI1KL II ATS, at— $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3. All the Kitten! Spring' I I I OCUH. ltEMKMIIKIt, tve ^iin mil tee eaeli mill every article lioiiK'lit of li.s, so you run no risk whatever. CHAS. W. ERICSON, THE CLOTHIER. 219 WEST SUPERIOR ST. -Made Suit Sale at $80.00. Worth $20, $22.50 and $25.—About 25 Ladies' stylish new up-to-date Tailor-made Pedestrienne Suits in plain brown, grays and blues made of plaid back Golfing Cloths, and unlined. The jackets are very stylishly made, come in box front and Eton effects, and the skirts are elegantly tailored. These suits are worth regularly $20, $22.50 and $25, and...

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. — 8 September 1900

THE LABOR WORLD FUBLlTBHED EVERY SATURDAY* Establslied In 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin Business Qlfice, 206 Chamber of Com .merce, Duluth. ZenU'h Telephone 65. SUBSC.^EPTKW: On« year, In advarw^ fLOO Nix Months, In advance. «W Three Months, in advan*.'® .35 Single eoples, 6 ^en««. Advertising rates made k&'0"wn en appli­ cation* wades lyHS!1!council: TH, iWm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to IUe so •lal problem are solicited. Entered at the Poa toffies at Duluili, Minn., as second class matter. The Trade* Paper. Organize labor ponders over the in­ equalities of life and their journals, by reason of the many circumstances requiring consideration^ and attention, are so fully devoted to the work of de­ fending the tenets of our faith, that a spirit of monotony sbmetirriels takes possession of the craft and the mem­ bers become apathetic, lose interest and grow unconcerned, says the United Mine Workers' Journal. This isf ^true of all organizations or assoc...

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. — 8 September 1900

1 IT WAS A MONSTER LAUOll DAY DEMONSTRATION' KCLIP- Sli'S FOHMI5II AFFAIItS. TIiouniiimIn Attend the Out ills' nt Fond du I.nc Where They LiNcn to Sjieeelicst, Witness Athletic Con­ tests, Dance and Make 3Ierry. I'arnde-^ii tlie Morning Most Spec taeniar Feature of the Day. With tho weather man on his best be­ havior, a glorious day greeted the thou Kands who flocked by boat and rail to Fond du Lac where the picnic of the amalgamated 'labor organizations of Duluth was held. The scenery, always picturesque, was at its best, the recent rains having covered meadow and for est with the freshest of green, while the warmth of the sun was delightfully tempered by the softest of early autumn breezes. The day was perfect and the thorough enjoyment of the crowds present was obvious to all. There were a few Incidents which marred to some extent the uninterrupt ed pleasure of the afternoon and even­ ing, but they were not felt to any great degree in the otherwise apparent de­ termination of eve...

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