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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 October 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Eslahlshed in 1890 hy Sabric G. Akin Business Office, 206 Chamber of Com­ merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance ....ftoo Six Months, In advance W Three Months, In advance Single copies, 6 cen*e. Advertising rates made kiwwn appli­ cation. Wm, E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. I lace. i-reed and color are not bread iind hut tor questions. A scab is the scum that rises up most when organized labor boils. A union man with a scab cigar in his mouth is a terrible sight. Ruving goods without the union label is menacing your own wages. The union label is the badge of lion sty. l'aii- dealing and brotherhood. Three needful things: A union of tradesmen, a union of unions of each particular craft, and a federation of a There is no excuse for union men smoking or chewing any but union made tobaccos: the blue label is now in evidence in almost all tobacco stores. Men who will be driven out of a un­ ion bv the abuse of dem...

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. — 13 October 1900

I -ff HM» SHU0 |XrftUTlX ATE Offril- j,V\rt: VT IIAKI.RTOV a2» Vition Hen Kii(leaver to Oct \on Ciiioii M»»n lit Quit AVork—ln ^1 (tinonl of TliiiiiK'Iilli'NNiicNti ilir Women Slniic the Su|ioriiiten«lent nntl a Small Hiot OcourK. The following are the press reports or Wednesday's occurances in the an ihi:u-iu* coal regions. 11 AZ1.ETON, Pa., Oct. 10.—A special policeman was instantly killed another was wounded in the head and a striker was probably fatally shot and ten non­ union men were more or less seriously wounded at the Oneida colliery of Coxe llros., in a clash between the officers atnl 50(1 strikers this morning. The victims are: Killed: RALPH MII.LS. aged r.O years, of B' aver Meadow, one of the officers conveyed in a special train early tills morning from that place to Oneida. 1 if was shot through the back. Wounded: C.KOHOi-: KKT-LNOR, aged .'!S, of Weaver M- adow, also a special officer. He received shot wounds in the head but. will recover. JnSKlMl l.KSKO. aged :!S, of...

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. — 13 October 1900

IV THE rSDFSTHIAIi WORLD, tadnntrlal 'olm Gathered' Front All Part* of the Country. Des Moines Is to have a labor temple. Laundry workers national union is talked of. Painters issued thirteen charters last month. Railroad blacksmiths of Winnipeg 'have organized. The Minneapolis beer bottlers have formed a union. City of Mexico cotton operatorsstruck for higher wages. Agriculture is to be taught in Mis­ souri public schools. England has locomotives that were made in Richmond, Va. New York electrical workers demand $4 for eight hours work. Brewery workers have thirty-one lo­ cal unions and branches in Ohio. Rochester printers unionized the of­ fice of the Democrat and Chronicle. The London cigarmakers sent over 9243.50 to their New York brethren. The' whiskey trust has been reor­ ganized and ail distilleries are it it. State Federations of Labor have been formed in Alabama and South .Caro­ lina. The Plumbers of Fall River, Mass., are out on strike for an increase of wages. Oil and gas...

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. — 20 October 1900

t. •I 1 •J „t & I 11 Vol.. .No. 25. flAAft AH/!&)'£ ^UAIil^F!' I VvK Iffirll 1 wllfll lwL''ISl W II (MM'OIITI VITA HAS W JIJIN i::i'i:\ni:\r n« otiikhs? 'I'ln* •-«'!i III .NI Hut, then, it is befriend him. in are the same fa man's conditions Ii«-t's Sn rronntl iiif*' a I'"1"' Mam Have liii|irovMl. Hut lli«- itilit ions \r«- tin- Sjiim— Inlxir S|ru^Klt.i ii'cm l» Ho ii •t'K'.sl inn of lllll'C lines llut I lli- IK:l «*I I'd!' lllll'C ri't'Clloill. What i-lwunv has the- poor man to f!ay'.' lias his omilition improved? Tin's.- uv mucsi inns ii.it hard to answer. Nu man ha.-- a .-hance who hasn't got a j"li. Tlii- rii .•umstaiiLvs .surrounding 'hi- iiia*i haw improved, but the in ii in air :hv- same. Tic lay: I:.hi unlit imis arc no different to what hey were in the ancient whin- slavery in Greece and l'hi is indeed a beautiful and .m.:nd country in many ways. It is with spirit of progress and in \"tuio!i, rich by nature, but the poor mail's cimdition is no better than if he \\'-...

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. — 20 October 1900

THE LABOR WORLD POBLlSlilSD EVERT SATUREfcAl. Establshed In 1S9G by. Sabrle G. Akln Business Office, 206 Chamber of Com* merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One year. In advance *fL00 Six Months, In advance Three Months, in advance .* Single copies, 6 cea»e. Advertising rates made known appll eat Ion. gjTWADESiyiBPl COUNCIi: TM. *42 Entered at tho Postoftlce at Duluth, MIiiii., as second class matter. Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Ask for union label goods. Radiant Home stoves are on the un­ fair list. Refuse products that do not bear union label. the Ask the eit rks for their union card. They will appreciate -it. The receipt of a sample copy o^"t«liis paper is an invitation to subscfibt .V t=tab in the back is always the mark of an Jissain, whether the weapon l»c a knife or the pen. The importance of asking for union label goods when making purchases cannot'be overestimated. It is the real secrwt of unionism. "Looking backward occasionally i« all well enough, p...

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. — 20 October 1900

1 "V^ «i Men's heavy fleeced Shirts anil Drawers, the 50c kind price Men's All-Wool Dark Tan Ribbbed Underwear, the $3.00 kind, each Real value 65c A Great Sale on Men's and Boys' Percale Shirts—Detached Cuffs, only in these sizes: Boys, 13,13#, l4 STRIKE tlWfl Operators and Carrying Companies Give in. ALL DEMANBS CtNCENI OUNOXIOLS SLIDIM WAGE SC.-A LIS IS A1IOL1S11UU. •lust llo»v Soon President Mltelu-II AVill Notify Men tw Hot urn to Work 1M Mot Known—Will Mot be L'ntil Mines Post Mot lees—Looked Upon as Great Victory for the Miners. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 17.—The great strike o£ the anthracite mine workers of Pennsylvania which began Sept. 17. practically ended today when the Philadelphia &. Heading Coal & Iron company and the Lehigh Valley Coal company agreed to abolish the sliding scale in their respective regions and to grant an advance in wages of ten per cent net, the advance to remain in operation until April 1, 1901, or there alter. This action meets the demands of the...

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. — 20 October 1900

i»',: &J. LABOR EVENTS LATE HVPPF.XIXfiS IN THE WORLD OF INDUSTRY. Events »«d Opinion* Showing: il" Tr»iul of tfinlrN in the Hank* of Labor Tlii'oiiKhonl the Kntlre \\'i-rlil— Xew* of Interest to Labor. In- T.-iule liiion .Movement and i•. I {)-. uoil !ou»s." Texas now has a state federation of labor. A State Blue Label League of Cigar mtikers has boon organized in New York City. Brewers will levy a tax of $1.00 per member to create an American Feder­ ation of Labor defense fund. Chicago has an Egg Inspectors' union, which has more than one hun­ dred members. A Dayton, O., cigar manufacturer was fined $50 and costs for violating the child labor law. 1'ittsburg Typographical Union "c quests printers to Keep away from that city for the present. At the Leary coal mine near Seattle. Wash., 150 miners wefit oat on strike for an increase of wages. Tne Carpenters' National urion will move their headquarters from Phila­ delphia to Indianapolis. The Buffalo. N. V., Retail Clerks, union n...

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. — 27 October 1900

I- I j* *5 ,r v.» ^jZW1? No. 26. TK CttUT SIMM! A.\D IMPHBSSIOXS OK IT AS SEE* IIY A OHRESI'OMIE.XT. Tlie Mine Operators Have Hone Everything Possible to Avoid 1 n vonriitional Surrender—Unt the Operators Seem Disposed to Let Sentimental Stubbornness, a I)e terniliiatiou Sot to Recognise Union. Indications are many that the an-, thracite coal operators are on the point of surrendering to the miners, says the Philadelphia American. It would be easier for some' of them if, a couple of weeks since, they had not vehemently asserted that they would never give in, could not afford to meet the demaqds of the miners, that, to use the words of Calvin Pardee, "no one but a fool would make such demands as those made by the leaders of the mine workers' asso­ ciation." And to now grant demands or to consider the granting of demands that they declared but a couple of weeks ago no one but a fool would make, requires a rather humbling eat­ ing of words. Surrender is hard and bitter to them. They th...

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. — 27 October 1900

THE LABOR WORLD HJriblStflRD EVERY SATURDAY. Establshod in'f&9« by Sabrle O. Akin Unsiiw'sa Office, 20ft Chamber of Com­ merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One year. In advance due Months, in advance Three Months, In advance Single eoptes. 6 cen«e. Aflverllslne rates made known #n appli­ cation. CTWADCS COUNCIL kUTH. »*i rc-nierM ai the Poaioffice at Duluth, Minn., an second el.isd mutter. Wm. H. MuEwen, Editor and l'uhlisher. •T.o •onsistent." Fiuy union labeled Koods. r.ook for ihe union label on your ff. clothin F.allantine's airs are now in the "Un­ ion-browed" column. Jt took years to get there, but the brewers are noted for their persistency. Congratulations. What is the difference between the union that will not affiliate with oth­ er unions and the workingman who will not unite with his fellow working- man? What? It is being circulated by the Republi­ cans that John J. C. Davis at one time, was a deputy marshall during the fam­ ous A. It. I'. strike, and t...

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. — 27 October 1900

\y Mfrcm. us CfUlfftlT Mf Coal Strike Really Settled This Time* AND WMH Hi STMT MX COLLIERIES EXCEPT AT MARKLK'S. Mine Wttrkem' OfficIalM Oouaider Thai Men Have Won Great Moral Victory a* Well a* Kettintc CrylnK WroriKH Re«lreused—Will Contlnae Strike at Mnrkle'* Work* Because Have .\ot Posted Motlce*. TIAZLETON, Ta., Oct. 2r..—The fol­ lowing statement was given out lor publication tonight by President Mitch­ ell. of the United Mine Workers: "Temporary headquarters United Mine Workers of America, Hazleton, pa., Oct. 25, 1800: To the miners and workers o£ the An­ thracite region: Gentlemen—After carefully canvass­ ing the entile strike situation, we, your officers, district and national, have concluded that your victory is so nearly complete that no good end can be served by continuing the strike longer. The contest has been ifi progress for ad days and the companies employing you have, with few exceptions, signi­ fied their willingness to pay the scale of wages formulated by the Sc...

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. — 27 October 1900

'I Hf.1- A $7,500,000 rice trust is being formed In Texas. Railroad blacksmiths of Winnipeg have organized. The trades unions of San Francisco have begun raising funds for a labor temple. Western Federation of Miners has eighty local unions and about 10,000 members. The cotton trade of Mexico Is depres­ sed. Everwhere mills are run on re­ duced time. During the last fiscal year the Loco­ motive Firemen's Union gained 3,700 new members. The Indiana Are insurance agents have formed a protective union for mutual benefit. A Chicago man has invented a ma­ chine to dig ditches that will save the labor of 150 men. The Bessemer plant of the Republic Iron and Steel company has started, employing 600 hands. At Sherman, Texas, a trades assem­ bly has been organized, the prospects of which are bright. At St. Louis, Mil., a union of retail clerks was lately organized, starting out with 100 members. The government of Norway has de­ cided to introduce the eight hour day in all public institutions....

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 3 November 1900

'•wf fe (£{'V/.Hv-' Sllil JW T&^V ,»*U. .r WM isr^-sv, ih xv VOL. 6, No. 27. TH DHKETS Lift HARDSHIPS THE MIXERS HAVE STAND. In the Pennsylvania. Coal Fields— Monopolists Make Millions of Dol­ lars From Their Toll—The Method 12mi»loyed to Mine Coal—A Dan­ gerous and Disagreeable Occu­ pation. The strike of 130,000 coal miners in eastern Pennsylvania directs attention towards the blackened toilers in the deep. Many people suppose they know a great deal about a coal miner's life underground because they have been carefully let down a shaft into a coal mine. They arrive at the foot of the shaft where it is warm and dry and are conducted through some of the safe and dry tunnels where the air Is warm and pure, but they are not taken into the new workings where the miner chances his life every moment of his toil. The anthracite coal fields of Pennsyl­ vania present some very curious fea­ tures. In the Wyoming valley the coal is deposited in subterranean beds or stratas. These stratas ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 3 November 1900

VOL. 0, No. 27. Til MINER'S Uff HAltnsilll'S THE MIXERS HAVE STAXD. In tli»» I'eiiiiNylviinia Coal I'I rl«ls— loiio|iuliMt.H Make .Millions* of Dol­ lar* I'"rout Their Toil—The Method 10 in ployed to Mine Coal—A Ilan uerotiM an«l lliitHKreealile Oeeii )atioii. Tlu- strike of 130,000 coal miners in eastern Pennsylvania directs attention towards the blackened toilers in the deep. Many people suppose they know a great deal about a coal miner's life underground because they have been carefully let down a shaft into a coal mine. They arrive at the foot of the shaft where it is warm and dry and are conducted through some of the safe ml dry tunnels where the air is warm and pure, but they are not taken into the new workings where the miner chances his life every moment of his toil. The anthracite coal fields of Pennsyl­ vania present some very curious fea­ tures. Tn the Wyoming valley the coal is deposited in subterranean beds or stratus. These stratas underlie a vast area and vary in thic...

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

ri 4*. rL I:! yw' Tit MNTS IB HARDSHIPS THE MINERS HAVE STAND. TO In the Pennsylvania Coal Fields— Monopollita Make Millions of Dol­ lars Front Their Toll—The Method Employed to Mine Coal—A Dan* serous P**d Disagreeable Occu­ pation. The strike of 130,000 coal miners in eastei'n Pennsylvania directs attention towards the blackened toilers in the deep. Many people suppose they know a great deal about a coal miner's life underground because they have been carefully let down a shaft into a coal mine. They arrive at the fopt of the shaft where it is warm and dry and are conducted through some of the safe and dry tunnels where the air is warm and pure, but they are not taken into the new workings where the miner chances his life every moment of his toil. The anthracite coal fields of Pennsyl­ vania present some very curious fea­ tures. In the Wyoming valley the coal is deposited in subterranean beds or stratas. These stratas underlie a vast area and vary in thickness from a few inches to...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 3 November 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PUBU&HED 1WRUY SATURDAY. -$r EstablsWd in 1S9C by Sabrle G. Akin Business Office, ,206. Chamber of'Com­ merce, Duluth. Zenith/Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One year* In advance.... fl.00 Six Month?, In advance eallon. Entered at .10 Three Months, In advance... 4B Single copies, S cent*. Advertising rates made known en sPfiM- ?J*iSr7 the PostofFlce at Minn., as second class Dulutb, matter. Wm. E. MeEwen, Editor and Publisher. TO XON-I'AHTISAX VOTERS. As you are aware, the Railroacf and Warehouse commissioners were form­ erly appointed liy the governor, but by i.wv, passed by the last legislature, are now elected by the people and at '.he coming election for the first time. In this matter, partisan feeling may be entirely banished, as the functions of the commission are not political but putvly economic, and we may appeal to you as citizen to citizen, as farmer to farmer. This commission is a branch of the state government, in which the farmers are" especially and di...

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. — 3 November 1900

(i/ Mr. Editor: If you will allow me some of the space in your valuable pa­ per I would like to make an appeal to the fairminiled voters of the city of Duluth on behalf of county division. The question of the division of St. Lou­ is county is not one of politics. The question i.\ whether or not it be for the bexL imprest ol' the taxpayers and citizens of this large moiv Think of county to divide the same. I desire tr» submit some of th potential reasons why a di­ vision as ,«ot out in the ballot for th: election, should be made. The county, for the convenience of the public in transacting any county business, is tool large. The county is about 120 miles long by CO miles wide. The Qounty seat, Duluth, is situated iii" extreme south end of the coun­ ty. it. A county larger than several of the states of tli& union. Ev­ ery time a citizen from the north end of the county desires to transact bus­ iness at the county seat with one of the county offices, he has to travel from T."» to 1...

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. — 3 November 1900

ARMERS9 FRIENDS TIIHEE AiliKOAD AND WARKHAUSB COMMISislOXERs TO BIS ELECTED. P. M. Kinmlul i* a Veteran In Lnb or's ItiinUs ami A\ ii.h for Jinny 1 enrs Prominent in the L«.bor lovrHU'ii(-S, 1. Owen, the Well known Editor, linn luiiK Fonglit the llnllli's ol' tlie Common People. M. E. Neary, Fusion candidate for secretary of state, was horn in Osh kosh, "Wis., in lSfill. He removed to Minneapolis in 1SS7 and at once became prominent in labor circles. He was the first president of the Minneapolis Trades and Labor council, and at pres­ ent lie is serving his fourth term aft president of tlu Minnesota State Fed­ eration of Labor. To his many friends all over tiie state his name stands for honesty and integrity, for calm level­ headed judgment and undaunted ener­ gy. P. M. RINGDAL. Candidate fur Railroad Commissioner. P. M. Kingdal. Fusion candidate for railroad and warehouse conmissioner, was born in Goodhue county, Minn., in 1861. In !SS'• he entered the railroad service unill lSUO, w...

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

VOL. 0, No. 28. GOSPfl If WEALTH i:niAi( s\i/ris ox \hne ik. THOIt AXI) l*Lt.'TOCltAT. \o(liiiiK That In True ami Motli iiiK True Tlint In .\ew In the Iron KIiik'n llook—SiiKum Thinks Mr. CnrneKip Will Die »iHKrueeil—If Mot It Will Titke U(HI Yearn to l)iN|»oMt» of III* Wealth. Mr. Carnegie, under the entirely tak in yet not entirely original title of "The Gospel of Wealth," has recently delivered himself of a book. This book might have been very valuable, in­ stead of which it is merely trite. But that is natural. The books that might be are always so much better than the hooks that are. The present work is not therefore exceptional. It is a col­ lection of papers that have appeared here and there during the last 10 or 15 years, and which are now handed out as new. We wish they were. The gospel of wealth is an evangel si alluring that is were difficult for any one, however lackluster, to make it stale. Even Mr. Carnegie has not succeeded in doing that. Yet in read­ ing that particu...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 10 November 1900

THE LABOR WORLD PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. Itotabtahed in 1396 by SabrJe G. Akin Hus'ineso Orfice, 20G Chamber of Com­ merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone GG. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, la Advance fl.00 Sis Months, in advance W Tiu-co lVlonthn, In advaaco ''&> Single copies. 5 cen«e. fTRADESl}!®! COUNCIL UTH. N* IL'r.rcro'.i .'it the Pnstofflsa at Duluth, Mmit., as second class matter. V/nv, l-j. etc Take your washing- to the union laun­ dry and help the working girls along. Are you a subscriber to the Labor World? If you are not you ought to be. I advise you not to put your trust in a political party. Put it in your Union.. It will best protect your in­ terests.—Frank Morrison. WliV THi2V LIVE. Advertising rates mado known en ftPPU- freedom that/is not given them in the cation wen, Editor and Publisher. Ltc-r. I your union meeting. Ilavir the union printed matter. ktbel put on your Patronize union establishments, they buy union goods. With oreranized labor the union label JK the "pa...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 10 November 1900

Men's Heavy Overcoats tifsivy Cont.4 arc reads*. The clotUs are Frieze, Cheviot, Melton, Vienna and Montngnavs. The easiest cloths to K«t nveraae ef feetn with, anil the hnrilpHt to mnk«» rieh ami luxuriouM looking —particularly the Rnslan-whiii an nwfnl lnil it is if the shoulder Isn't jiiMt right. OVERCOATS, $0.50 to $30.00. v( lavs-!ju.".oo to $no.oo. Williamson & Mendenhall. CariiOKie's Hired Men. C. 1U. Schawb, president of the Car­ negie company, recently gave notice to its 15,000 employes that, if conditions warrant, the company will make new wage scales for the coming year. The men are now wondering whether this means a reduction or an advance in wage^. The notices were posted at noon at the Homestead Steel works, the Edgar Thomson Steel works, the blast fur­ naces and foundry at Ilraddock, the S el or an haces, the Upper and Lower Union mills at Rankin and the Carrie fur­ naces at Rankin. The giving of the notice was in ac­ cord with the agreement, the company has with ...

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