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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 December 1900

NO. I ALASKA SEAL SACQUES Vr\ H. Q. GROSS ..januiaciHrftH] Fur Merchant... We have Several More Made up sizes 84, 3(5 and 38 which can he bought very cheap. Marten scarfs. •a*?. $M» $I2.S» I. C. GMSS, Nrinncr sacqueslrera ivvwvMmvvywMMWuMWwuuMvwmvvi OVERCOAT AND ULSTER SPECIALS. Jti order to dispose of our immense Overcoat and ister stock by January tirst, we have made deep cuts in the prices. Here area few sample ([notations. $2") Overcoats and Ulsters $19.75. $20 Overcoats and Ulsters $16.75. $l.r) Overcoats and Ulsters $11.75. $10 Overcoats and Ulsters $ 7.75. Christmas Gifts for Mom Smoking Jackets, $5 to $10. Gloves and Mittens, 50c to $2. Neckwear, 25c to $2. Fancy Suspenders, 50c to $2.50. Mufflers, 25c to $3.50. Fancy Snirts, $1, $1.50, $2. Handkerchiefs, Hats, Caps, Etc. SUPERIOR mmmwMwmmmmmmmm 123 WEST SUPERIOR ST. THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR HOLIDAY SHOES AND SLIPPERS WHAT IS MORE APPROPRIATE AND USEFUL. THAN A PAIR OF OUR STYLISH AND GOOD SHOES FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Men's ...

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. — 15 December 1900

si s* •V 3 SOLID G011 CHAINS AT $4.50 TO $55.00 EACH. 3 Solid Gold Stick Pin 50c each Solid Gold Ladies' Set Ring75c each Solid Gold Ladies' Brooches.. SI each Solid Gold Point Toothpicks.25c each Sterling Silver Match Safes. .75c each Sterling Silver Ladies' Pocketbook Pen* cils Free to Every Lady Purchaser, Pocket Books, Silverware, Ringsf Umbrellas, Imperial Crown China, Photo Frames, Mirrors, REMEMBER THE OLD iV xmas Prices and Bargains. LIFELONG WEARING SILVERWARE. ESTABLISHED 1888. a PURE WINES AMD LIQUORS My \m Christinas Presorts at RELIABLE JEWELERS. Make Your Selections Now. We will keep them for you until you want them. W6W. superior St. For FAMILY AND MEDICINAL PURPOSE. There Is Nothing Purer thftn S. I. LEVIN'S BOURBON. RYE 501 WEST SUPERIOR STREET feo !»ri fSj Sterling Silver Napkin Ring. 50c each Ebony Hair Brushes 75c each China Handle Whisk Broom .35 each Solid Gold Pens, Pearl Hold' ersf Plush Cases 75c each Sterling Silver Letter Seal. .10c each and many other suc...

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. — 15 December 1900

L: IN Jfe' THE LABOR WORLD. VXTBUI9HBD EVERT SATURDAY* Establshed in 1896 by Sabrle Q. Akin .Uusiness Office, 206 Chamber of Com­ merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 66. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance 11.00 Six Months, In advance..' Three Months, in advance .IS Single copies, 6 ceo*«. Advertising rates made l(nown en appll eation. CTRADES!i KSi |COUNCIL TH. Mi Entered at the Postofflce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. PIIOF. IIOSS FORCED TO RESIUX. The woll-knnwn political economist aroused the anger of Mrs. Stanford by his able arguments against coolie labor and corporate greed. His speech at Metropolitan Temple, published in Or­ ganized Labor, the cardinal sin that caused the powers behind the throne to demand the young scientist's head. Will the people let the infamy pass, or will they arise in mighty indignation and protest against the outrage on a noble scholar who espoused their cause? If the great university has become a Chinese k...

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. — 15 December 1900

I wHS{mm If ^w?^v- #7, VV'V- V:- ^UdH Razors, all warranted. Scissors and Shears. Carving Sets. Fruit Knives. Nut Picks and Cracks. Chafing Dishes. linking Dishes. Barney & Berry Skates. Men's flUMdg Fornishiiigsjj We have made unusual preparations for the holiday trade and show a splendid assort­ ment of reasonably priced articles for men. lcn':- Neckwear, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Men's yilk suspenders, put up in handsome boxes, 50c, $1.00, $2.00 and $2.50. Men's full dress shirt protectors, in silk and satin, $1.50, $2.00, $3.50 and $5.00. Men's niLfht robes, plain and fancy trimmed a serviceable gil"t--75c.and $1.00. Men's white laundered shirts-a suitable and useful gift our well-known shirt at $1.00. A magnificent showing of imported madras shirts—made with two pairs of cutfs—each $1.50. Sal robes, in eiderdown, terry and blanket material, a handsome collection, from $2.50 to $18.00. Smoking jackets, in golf cloth, tricot, kersey, velvets, and matelasse.a very large assortment...

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. — 15 December 1900

gtar ik/ Sm r*i Man's Boys' Outfitter*. were handicapped. We inquired V" Smoking Jackets, HouseCoats, Bath Robes.... An unrivalled collection of the very choicest apparel for Men's Housewear. All are tailor made, hence they are cut right and hang and fit as they should. Sntkhg Jackets, $4.95, $5.95, $7.95, $19.61 Extensive assortment of plain colors, with bouble facing and cuffs of plaid. Also many beautiful ef­ fects in through and through checks and plaids. Attractive Neckwear, Gloves, Um brellas, Mufflers, Suspend* ers, Handkerchiefs. All Men's Needs,—Many of them especially adapted for the Gift Season. WILLIAMSON A MENDENHALL. NEW ZEALAND'S PROSPERITY. As contrasting with the practice of 'congress in the case.of the anti-trust Great Influence of Labor Unions in bill, it is instructive to note that, so Parliament—Sfo Disemployed. far from the labor unions having to From Mr. T. E. Toneyc.IKe, .Irygoods aS^n'a"ny merchant of Chris. Church New Zea- Jg ^i^Vo^bor. ,t "o "he Just recei...

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. — 22 December 1900

VOL. 6, No. 34. SOLO FOR CASH OR CREDIT. Clothing, Furniture, Cloaks, Al­ bums, Bibles, Wringers, Washers, Silverware, Rugs and Carpets. We carry a very select line of UNION MADE CLOTHING, just what you want. Part down and balance in weekly payments. GATELY'S No. 3 East Superior Street, DULUTH• BARGAINS! Genuine Bargains in Men's Shoes. Black Shoes, Tan Shoes, Patent Leather Shoes. Men's Shoes Only. MEN'S TAN SHOES FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR AT COST. BLACIv LEATHER SHOES AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. COME AND SECURE YOURSELF A PAIR OR TWO OF AS GOOD SHOES AS THERE ARE IN THiS CITY. WE ALSO DO REPAIRING IN A WORKMANLIKE MANNER. WE SOLICIT YOR TRADE- DON'T FORGET No. 7 First Avenue West. Near Smith & Smith's Drug Store. wvwwywwwtfwwvMwwuwtfWtfuwtfwvMwwuyuvMW OVERCOAT AMD ULSTER SPECIALS. In order to dispose of our immense Overcoat and Ulster stock by January first, we have made deep cuts in the prices. Here area few sample quotations. $25 Overcoats and Ulsters.'.. $19.75. $20 Ov...

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. — 22 December 1900

THE LABOR WORLD. FUBU3HED EVERY SATURDAY* Establshed In 1896 by Sabrie Q. Akin .Business Office, 206 Chamber of Com­ merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION! On* year, hi advance ........fLQO Six Months, in advance Three Months, in advance Single copies, 6 een*«. Advertising rates cation. made known ra appli­ GTRADES Entered at the Postoftlce at Duluth, mnn., as second class matter. Wm, E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Is your barber a union man? Keep up a continual hustle for the union label. Do not allow the label agitation to grow cold. Refuse products thjit do not bear the union label. Get your friends to buy only union labeled goods. Demand the label. It is the only as­ surance that the goods are union made. We have child labor laws in this country by little attention is paid to them. Are you standing by your brother or­ ganizations as you should by buying union labeled goods. Assist in driving scab products out of the city. Refusal to buy goods that do not bear a unio...

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. — 22 December 1900

Dolls. 7'\ vyd? v/ 117-119 West Superior Street, ....Duiuth.... 35 The Great. Dressed Dolls—Imported jointed Dolls, with fine bisquehcud iml real hair, nicely dress­ ed—at 25c, 39c, 50c, 75c, $1 up to $4.98. Special—Kxtra fine dressed Dolls, assorted shapes and sizes, worth :We, special price 25c. 1H inch 23c 10 inch 29c Special Go-Carts—Worth 3Tc, nicely made and strong, 23c. Special Iron Toys- Iron Horses and Wagons, Fire Kngines. Coal Carts, Dog Carts, etc., worth H.~e, special 25c. Young American Target Game An amusing game for young and old, worth 3.x\ for 25c. Christmas Crockery. Special China Cups and Saucers, nicely de­ corated, worth 2l)c, at 15c. Three piece Oatmeal Sets, German China— prettily decorated—worth 40c, special 29c. German Opal Ware—a beautiful ware with gilt decorations various colors—Trays 10c and 18c Trinket Boxes, 15c to 25c: Vases, 10c and 25c. Austrian Glassware—Gold decorations on beautiful green-red crystal glass, Vases 38c up Bowls and Dishes, 48c tv» ...

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. — 22 December 1900

& ft I i. WITH LOCAL IAMR A WEEK AMOXG THE WAGE-EAII.V ERS OF DI IATH AND V1CIMTY. The lliiriiie EnftineerM Elect Officers mill ArraiiKe for Their Annual Hull—Several Xew I ion* Are I'm iiii*«-l Very Soon—'The Iron Mould­ ers Aiixion» to Affiliate With the Trnilea AMsenilily. The Marine Enginners' Association held their annual meeting last Friday evening and elected their officers for the ensuing year. There was a good attendance of members. The following were elected: President, M. Ryan vice-president James Bishop secre­ tary, F. Rehder treasuerer, A. Harvey second vice-president, Emil Wagner trustee, James Mutch. James Bishop •vvas elected delegate to the national convention which convenes at Cleve­ land next month. R. F. Barrows was elected alternate. The association de­ cided to give their fourth annual ball at Odd Fellows' hall on Thursday even­ ing, January 31. Tickets including sup­ per, will cost $1.00. The committee on arrangements consists of W. A. Rehder, Chas. McEach...

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. — 29 December 1900

=~ft "'-TI .M- T&W ^^Kft-.'.V !?tu.wA' "v A S^FWH! Vol. 6, No. 35. PHILOSOPHY OF THE MOVEMEXT FOR SHORTER HOURS. The AvernK« Tratle I'nluiilni Merely 1/OttkM lipon tlie Surface of TIiIiikh. Moi-e LrlRiirc Honrit Create \ew Wants—There EnitneN 11 Gigantic Couinierclnl StliniilaH. and CreateM n. Market for Many Produet*. When milidns of people, distributed throughout the civilized world, are striving for a specific* objective point, if may fairly be assumed that the thought forces impelling them are worthy of being dignified by the name of a philosophy. It does not ne^esarily follow that each unit in the mass of a popular movement is a philosopher. The soldier may aim his rifle truly and be ignorant of the strenuous statesmanship placing him on the battlefield. The mason who helped lay the foundation of St. Peters, possibly had no glimpse of the grand­ eur of the architect's conception. Not every sans culotte could rightly define "liberty, equality and fraternity." But every great...

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. — 29 December 1900

THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Establshed in 1896 by Sabrie O. Akin Business Office, 206 Chamber of Com­ merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 66. SUBSCRIPTION! One year, In advance ...fl.00 Six Months, in advance .10 Three Months, In advance .15 Single copies, 6 een*«. Advertising rates made known en appli­ cation. TRADES Entered at the Poslofflce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. !Wm. E, McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Unions, give us some news. Do you look for the card? If merchants don't goods, it's your fault. clerks' union handle union About two hundred trusts control wholly, or in a large part every con­ ceivable product and industry in the conntry. Nearly 4.000 bicycle travelers in this country have lost their situations since the bicycle trust commenced its exist­ ence. A scab is not necessarily a man who directly takes your job. A man who buys goods made under unfair condi­ tions is also a scab. The standard Oil company employs the eight hour system in many of ...

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. — 29 December 1900

UNIONS OF IRITWVS COXGRGSS IX UNITED KINGDOM HE. IMIESENTS 2,000.000 WORKERS. &iRlit-Honr Day nntl Saturday Halt Holiilny Are Generally Olmervod Throughout England—Many of the Trntlcs I'ninns' Dt'imiiul.s Are Laws titttl Customs of the Land—Women's Vnion Lcafti o. The thirty-third British Trade Union Congress has passed into history. Thirty years ago It represented a very SlmitPd constituency and a still more limited influenr-e, writes Sidney J. Kent, in the American Federationist. Today it represents some two millions workes and essays to give voice to the aspirations and appeals and pro­ tests of the toilers of the entire United Kingdom. Its influence today is in­ deed far reaching. Many of its de­ mands have long since passed into law or become the custom of the land. Th? eight-hour day and the half ho iJay on Saturday in that country are now quite generally observed, especial­ ly the latter, and the benefits accruing in the municipalization of many public utilities are no lo...

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. — 29 December 1900

i-vs' fc •r/. *.• :i- MM! UMftNHIS (TRADES ASSEMBI.V HELD A SPECIAL MKKTIXG HJ(IM)AY. Panned Resolution* Relative to Sun «lny and Holiday Labor—The Jlut el»ePH»' Union Will Uivr Their An­ nual llall on January JMth—Xo leeliiiK «if the Carpenter*' TIiIn AVeek—Marine Lalior \ote*. There was a special meeting of the Trades and Labor Assembly last Mon­ day evening, called for the purpose of discussing the opening of stores on Christmas. It had been reported that certain stores were to keep open on Christmas and the Trades Assembly thought it advisable to take the matter up. At the meeting a lively discussion took place. A few of the delegates wanted to denounce one store in par iticuWh* because it had avertised to open until noon on Christmas morning. It was thought best to place the assembly on record in a general way as opposed to all forms of Sunday and holiday la­ bor, and the following resolutions were adopted: Whereas, it has come to our notice that certain business houses in the ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 5 January 1901

.JL am* £$ wmP 5., ifi *r- „t» •mm#. 3a. HUITFU. SlliLI •THOltJHTKlL" .MEV "TREM1ILK" AT THE AUVAVCE OF SOCIALISM. Jlnrk Ha una to the Res^ne—Looks llion the Woman Cntholic Church us a Prop for Capitalism—Ho May lie Mistaken—The Church Hn* Passed 1'hronKh Several Economic Stages—Will Drop fii pit nils Too. At times it would seem that some members of the possessing classes are by no means certain in their own minds as to the permanency of capitalist class rule, and do not hesitate to say so. But Mr. Mark Hanna is evidently little troubled by these gloomy forebodings. Here is his own account taken from the Times-Herald of December 1st, of how he reassured a timorous gentleman who Have it as his opinion that a struggle with socialism was unavoidable in the near future. To this end Mr. Hanna particularly mentions two factors which he considers stable bulwarks of the present economic system: "When I was in New York," says Mr. Hanna, just after election, a thoughtful man said to me: "Well...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 5 January 1901

TKK*«c A DOUBTFUL SHIELD •TIIOl »ITK1 L" IEX "Til i£ 1111.10" I TIIIO VIMAXCE OK SOCIALISM. lm*k 11 it 11 ii it to the Itt'sciii'-Liiiiki I |ion the HOIII:III Catholic Church us a Prop for Capitalism—He llay lie Mistaken—Tlit Cliurch Has Passed Through Several Keonoiiiic* Siiljti'x—Will Drop Capitalism Too. At times it would seem that soniu members of tin- possessing classes are by no means certain in their own minds as to the permanency of capitalist class rule, and do not hesitate to say so. But Mr. Maik Manna is evidently little troubled by these gloomy forebodings. Here is his own account taken from the Times-Herald of December 1st, of how lie reassured a timorous gentleman who gave ii as his opinion that a struggle with socialism was unavoidable in the near future. To this end Mr. Hanna particularly mentions two factors which he considers stable bulwarks of he present economic system: "When was in New York.'" says Mr. Manna, just after election, a thoughtful man said to me: "We...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 5 January 1901

Jlrf 'v-'-fi® :v 1 fit' -ii A'• *^v vu* kuf.v- i«TH(»l!|ii^lIt.^ ^tfTREMiiLG" .AT t, Tttl ADVASTGEf .0®* SOCIALISM. 3lnrk Uanwi to the Rendhe—LookN lliont lie fltoniaii Cnthollc Church Prop for Capltnlitiin—lie AIny Be jqiitaken-The Church Ha» Paused Through Several Economic St»$eM—Will Drop Capitalism Too. At times it would seem that some members of the possessing classes are by no means certain in their own minds as to the permanency of capitalist class rule, and do not hesitate to say so. But Mr. Mark Hanna is evidently little troubled by these gloomy forebodings. Here is his own account taken from the Times-Herald of December 1st, of how he reassured a timorous gentleman who gave it as his opinion that a struggle with socialism was unavoidable in the near future. To this end Mr. Hanna particularly mentions two factors which he considers stable bulwarks of the present economic system: "When I was in New York," saysMr. Hanna, just after election, a thoughtful man said to me: "Well...

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. — 5 January 1901

THE LABOR WORLD. PDBU9HBD EVERT SATURDAT. Establshed in 1896 by Sabrle G. Akin .business Office, 206 Chamber of Com­ merce, Duluth. Zenith Telephone 15. SUBSCRIPTION I One year, In advance........ £oo Six Months, In advance JO Thrfee Months, In advance JB Single copies, 6 cent*. Advertising rates made known en appli­ cation. ^TRADES lyflgH COUNCIL: skUTH. N*i Entered at the Postofflce at Duluth, 'Minn., as second class matter. Wm, E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. 1IOYCOTT QUESTION. There lias been a revival of talk in this city within the past few days, re­ lative to the uses and abuses of the boycott, and its effect upon home in­ dustries. A writer in the News Tribune on Sunday morning last, who by the way enjoys the distinction of being the only printer in the city who em­ ploys nort-union printers says that the boycott drove the Imperial Mill com­ pany out of the city. We will not dis­ pute the assertion, for we are not in a position to say whether the mill was closed on account ...

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 January 1901

A gool looking horse and poor look ing harness Is the worst kiud of a com binutlon. Vt Eureka Harness Oil not only makes the harness and the .. horse lock bettor, but makes the leather soft and pliable,puts itin con dition to Inst—twice as long us it ordinarily would Sold everywhere in ctni—*11 Made by STANDARD OIL CO. ml Give Your Horse a Chancel Itis pure and delicious Duluth Brewing Co. Duluth. Minn. WE ARE LEADERS IV UNION LABEL CIGARS Tlie following: arc i'1ioi*t*Mt Home of minis. our El'ICliRO, LA CI 11A. l.KADEHS, WHITE ASH, RED CROSS, 1MOX MADE, UNION MADE, (HAND), TUHK aiiEEJi, UNION 1IOQ.UET, DULUTH, FREE CUBA, EMBLEMS, CORONATION, NAVY PRIDE. J. J. Cullen, 200 WEST MICHIGAN STREET. RISES DAILY fy Public Eitiqjat/og. I TYPEWRITER. 9 Jt has ivon its way around the world on Real Merit, THE SMITH PREMIER marks the very nighest point reached in writ ing machine mechan- ism. a It is the most durable writing machine made, and being good at every point in its superior con- struct...

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 January 1901

V6TEITIMYCITT •TRADES ASSEMBLY ENDORSES ACT­ IO* OP CARPENTERS' IMOS. By a Clowe Vote the Trade* A*nem l»ly Declare* the ?llftrNhall-WellN llallillnK' linfnlr—Officer* for the EnNttliiK Term Are Elected—G. 1. DIIVIN 1M Klevted Prewltleiit—Otlier Labor \ote« of Interent. The features at the semi-annual meeting of the Duluth Federated Trades Assembly last Friday was the discussion, and subsequent endorse­ ment, of the carpenters' boycott or. the Marshall-Wells building, and the elec­ tion of officers for the ensuing six months. The action of the carpenters' union has now been endorsed by both of the local central labor bodies, but the trades assembly did not endorse the boycott without much consideration. G. M. Davis was elected president Henry Dworschak, vice president Gus Winbergr, recording secretary A. Fider, financuil secretary William Tunell, treasurer Jesse Walker, sergeant-at arms Otto Gross, reading clerk and C. W. F. Hegg, John Paulson and W. L. Heywood were selected trustee...

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 January 1901

& I.Jk. AT*/* I* NP VOL. (, .No. 37, LIND AND VAN SAINT ItO'lll OVIOJ(\OI(S KKPKIt TO 1.Alton IN uncut M'KSSAVKS. Uovt'i'iittr Vim Saul It'•)mminls mi lOiulit llour Day on All I'IIIIHC Worl»—It«• tiHnu' Gov. l.iml Itfcom- III•IIlis IMIIIIIIISOI-V Rliil rnI ion. 1 iifoi*|io rn ion ol' l.nlior OryiiiiiaJI llulis—Prison l/iilioi' II Menace. Hoth (!»v. Liml and (!ov Van Sant iHVrrert to labor in (heir addresses to the li'jjislaliiM'. 111v. Van Sant spoke a? follows: I'.inlil liuiir llay. of .'ill tin' triumph? of our American ci vi 1 iz:i i"ti, lift at'' 1 none to compare with ili'' i11v.Iin MI position of the la hoi iti loss' s, ami no one thing has so mil'it coin ilmtcil to our wonderful pimr. ss as ihe omlirion of our work in-, pi-iiplo. When- labor is well paid :i i• joys qua! rights, there will you li in I not only a healthy and prosperous stat«-, but also an intelligent and pro­ gressive people. Minnesota, takes a front rank among the states labor legislation. To our bureau of...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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