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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 April 1915

■''THE LABOR JOURNAL Published Evtry Thursday by Centr.-I T;;diS Ccunci: c' Everett nnd Vicinity ; Entered at the postoffice in Everett, Washington, as second-class mail matte Office, Labor Temple, Phones: Ind. 116; Bunsel 148 Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Rates on Application. MAYNARD SHIPLEY Editor and Managei MRS. M. STAUFFER Advertising Manager Board of Control Meets First Wednesday Evening of Each Month, nt Labor Temple JAY OLINGER. President Electrical Workers SAM ALLEN, Vlce-Prealttent and trustee Printers M. T. ALLIMAN, Secretary-Treasurer Barbers E. A. FRANCOIS, Trustee Plumbers ROBERT BEPLER. Trustee Modus MRS. M. T. ALLIMAN >"' ,K ' l Lea * ue W. E. JONES, Teamsters: THOS. WAIKER, Painters; V. .1. STRATTON, Car penters; G. G. EVERSON, Tlmboi worlds; HARRY THOMPSSON, Cooks and Waiters. PRINTED ON UNION MADE PAPER Officers Everett Trades Council. ED. FRANCOIS President F. F. OVERMAN Vice-President M. T. ALLIMAN Secretary HARRY WALLENHACP Treasurer C...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 23 April 1915

SIGN REFERENDUM PETITIONS NOW! VOL. XXV. Abraham Lincoln Said: Is Dishonest" WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO HELP THIS REFERENDUM CAMPAIGN? Yv.u'll stand on the street corner and lambast the late legislature until you're black in the face. And we'll not deny the bunch that dominated the last session at Olympia have got it coming. They tried their little best to hamstring popular government and place all the obstacles in the way of trade union activity it was possible by law to place. But standing on the street corner don't get you anywhere. Do you mean what you say? Do you? You've got to show us. Do you expect to initiate an eight hour law next year? Do you want to put up to the voters a "first aid" amendment to the Workman's Com pensation law? Well, you won't do either one if you fail to get enough signatures to hold up referendum measures Nos. 3 and 4. How do you like the abominable "anti-picketing" law the legislature passed? Do you realize that it is so sweeping that you couldn't lift you...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 23 April 1915

Must Raise Ten Thousand Dollars By May Ist That's the Order, and We ?.re Going to Raise That Money by Putting on a Sale That Will Start Friday Morning and Continue Until the Desired Amount is Raised Boston Clothing Company COSTELLO & GRANT Some of the Cows Supplying Milk to the Everett Dairy Company Mothers and housewives should be especially interested in this Pic ture, which shows the actual conditions existing the year around. We want you to come and see this fine farm, this splendid herd and the clean and up-to-date methods of producing milk, and you will say, like hundreds of others have said, "that it's the finest dairy ranch and best kept herd in the state of Washington. We don't claim to have the richest milk in town, but we do claim to have the cleanest milk in the city, and do hereby challenge any or all dairies in Everett to disprove it. and we make and sell lots of it because we make Quality Ice Cream and sell it at reasonable prices, as follows: 1 Gallon $1.20, 2 Ge...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 23 April 1915

TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AND SAVE MONEY 250 Girls 9 New Wash Dresses AT REDUCED PRICES 75c DRESSES 50c Children's Wash Dresses, sizes 2 to 6; new white Balkanl style; worth 75c, sale.. ' 35c DREGSES 25c Sizes 2to G years; neat little dresses, plain, short sleeves, worth 35c, sale.. 75c DRESSES 50c New black and white and blue and white stripe materials; size 6 to 14 years; worth 75c sale price 0% « ■ Special sale of Ladies' House Dresses $1.25 HOUSE DRESSES 35c Pretty Dresses of gingham and percales; nice full skirls, and worth to, $1.49, sale price DOLSON & SMITH THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER AYE. Our cost of selling is reduced one-half, so wa are now giving the best values in Boys' and Men's Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes. NEW LOCATION, 1517 HEWITT AVENUE BRODECK & DAY Smoke the Famous Nickle Leader Cigar Factory 2817 Norton GARSTENS PACKING COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Fresh and Salt MEATS U. S. Government Inspected 2820 Colby Aye. We Slash The Price This la the...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 23 April 1915

economy Friday Special 50c Msyttirtg, yard 19c A NEW SHIPMENT OF JAPANESE FIGURED MATTING. 30c QUALITY, ON SALE FRIDAY AT, YARD Visit the big skylight loom for Rugs, Carpets, Window Shr.des, Draper ies and rods. STONE-FISHER CO. •ll ome of Bettor Shows THE FOLLOWING HEADLINERS WILL BE BEEN AT THIS THEATRE ON THE DAYS NAMED: Friday and Saturday, April 23-4 BROADWAY STAR FEATURE COMPANY PRESENTS Edith Storey, Harry Morey and Donald Hall "THE SILENT PLEA" A Powerful Drama that Carries an Appeal for Widowed Mothers' Allowance Act. A Finely Acted Drama that Really Telle Sunday, April 25. One Day Only THE VITAGRAPH COMPANY PRESENTS Pretty Dorothy Kelly and James Morrison "A WIRELESS RESCUE" "'A Romance of the Rails" A Railroad Story that is Some Thriller, in Two Acts. Also Showing KATHLYN WILLIAMS SELIQ S MOST POPULAR ACTRESS "The Vision of the Shepherd" A Bedutiful Pastoral Drama Amid Delightful Rustic Scenes that will Please Everybody. Two Acts. SPECIAL! Monday & Tuesday, April 26-2...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 30 April 1915

SIGN REFERENDUM PETITIONS NOW! l VOL. XXV. TO THE PEOPLE OF EVERETT: True Story of the Present Industrial Strife Between I Mill Owners and Timberworkers - What Really Happened Last Saturday *'Come, Let Us Reason Together" {President E. P. Marsh, State Federation of Labor, Re views Industrial Situation In Everett—Makes Plea for Simple Justice for Organized Labor. MISLEADING NEWS Aberdeen, Wash., April 28, 1915. Tuesday night I picked up a copy down here of the Ev erett Daiiy Herald. The first thing that struck my eye was the column interview with prominent business men of Everett anent the alleged ''terrible riot" of last Saturday -evening, I noted that the article wound up by stating that no authoritivc statement could be obtained from the union officials as I was out of the city" and Business Agent Mills could not be located. Some very highly colored reports have been printed about the Saturday night mix-up. The Tribune reporter, evidently fortifying bimself for his lurid war story...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 30 April 1915

Come Saturday and help us raise that ten thousand dollars. Ever. S\iit. H?vt, a. r\d Ma.n's Furnishing is R.educed for Quick Sellir\g The Boston Clothing Co. \i you don't our price* on your Sprir. * Strife Hat and Tvenudki&fr To clone our our line oi ot ladies' a hoes we have The Boy needs .t Suit, our price is cur half BRODECK 6. DAY '.'ir Mnw _<v,at:on GARSTENS PAGKfNG COIViPAN V 2&20 Colby Aye. PASTIME AMUSEMENT PARLORS -. t» new r i.irrn V- v »,• p-co-dd c*.ac« in ■-..\-st.T r.rsT-cLis ? f .s'-.:es. Good order. Good ****** *■ -* * ' * HI" Hrwit* FOR VOIR WOOD SCPPLY NOW Wi . 1 * .«i n era H. W. SHAW M and' fa* I B 6fW Ji .;» Ur\iorv Made Shoes! aitn Mide Shoes for Bo>s and Girls John Hansen The Shoemo-n ; m Hiwm avrimiC Everett, wash ■ NORTHERN TRANSFER CO. (jffimm asati %a*a*g« Wa*»ka>*** from Gre« Ssoflaurt 191. aIM T"Hi F".'iV'H Klfz. 2 .TING GREAT on (iiir Ratting BBwSJs riat •tmelt lull am 11 :i« ttmntrt if* a lav - >i[ itted .O'lt'it NICK GRAD SOOfi -IE...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 30 April 1915

KvUtav, A (ml •)» |b 16 No Hitter Wliiit You Want We Sell It for Lt?ss 7o Ajron ell •< .. . l)lu» and whiio chui'li •a » yi U'e 7»c Raiiuw. :IB lui'.tuv, i»ra taa, t'.uo and »>i,n„, taia aHea .... ■■m *~ ■ . . r .. .. . Sse Prtat«4 Vntli.-,. illoe ol«Uii ? wi vi-na»dte», 36 in CaaaJi Kattne, tOmbrotderad ) OapaSi eto. 27 in p|ea Ratiuas l» v .|sm white snul \ twi>tone vvmbluatunni. •ale prUv. .. . TJc Plaiu whito l\mluu>>, SS lit S wide aeJta prUv . ,sil<.- j —Navy Blue Spo 1 Irlmmaa 1 in white, worth 18.30 $8.98 MILLINERY DEPARTV.NET—Nj.< Mats reduced t. 52.30 and $3.75 DOLSON & SMITH STORE ivW. 1 " - s 'X* 1 ' i■ 1. Smoke the Famous Nickle Leader Cigar Factory 2817 Norton ...Broadway Theatre... Friday and Saturday will Present "It's a Long Way to Tippfrary" A Rousing and Timely Drama in 3 parts A Splendid Comedy MAX IN A DIFFICULT POSITION This program will certainly hold your in terest. Don't miss it. Admission only 5 cents RILEY-COOLEY SHOE CO. FCU US. M...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 30 April 1915

Page Four MEN'S FURNISHINGS Men's $1.25 Wool Shirts and tfl nn Drawers now selling at, each . . JI.UU $1.00 Balbriggan union suits, now . . . 5 Great values in Wool Socks . . ... 9 Cotton Socks that will wear 0 The best Socks at 12 l-2c to ... .25 The best Shirts at 50c to .... 1.50 STONE-FISHER CO. THE LABO R JOURNAL Published Every Thursday by Central Trades Council of Everett and Vicinity Entered at the postoffice In Everett, Washington, as second-class mail matter Office, Labor Temple, Phones: Ind. 115; Sunset 148 Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Rates on Application. MAYNARD SHIPLEY Editor and Manager MRS. M. STAUFFER Advertising Manager Board of Control Moets First Wednesday Evening of Each Month, at Labor Temple JAY OLINGER, President Electrical Workers SAM ALLEN, Vice-President and Trustee Printers M. T. ALLIMAN, Secretary-Treasurer Uarbers E. A. FRANCOIS, Trustee Plumbers ROBERT I3EPLER, Trustee Molders MRS. M. T. ALU MAN Label League W. E. JONES, Teamste...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 7 May 1915

SIGN REFERENDUM PETITIONS NOW! VOL. XXV. Be gc Legislator! Make Your Own Laws! Sign the Petitiorvs Now Referendums in Danger! It isn't often I feel like scolding people. I would much rather praise than blame. There is so much fault finding, criticism and growling done, anyhow, that it Is a relief to say nice things about somebody. I am much afraid, however, that I can't throw any bouquets at this par ticular writing. I am not satisfied with the showing Everett is making in the referendum campaign. It seems to me there is something wrong with the union man or woman, who, in the light of what the legislature did to the working people of this state, neglects to go down to the city hall and register. There are union ists in Everett who haven't performed that duty. There are many union ists in Everett who haven't signed a referendum petition. What's the matter? In the history of legislation in this state no more reactionary body ever sat In the legislature. The legislature deliberately t...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 7 May 1915

TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AND SAVE MONEY Over 5,000 Yards of Mill Ends Of fine Wash Dress Goods, Madr.-is, Ratine, Rice Cloths, Long Clcths, Percales, etc., 5 yards to 15 y.-.rds in length. All at good savings during this sale. 10c PERCALES S: 31 in. Percales, light and dnrlc colors. Sale price, Q 1" '■ yard QP 12' 2 c PERCALES 10c Best quality Percale, light and dark colors, 30 in. wide and heavy weight, Sale price IUC 35c SILK MULLS 25c 36-in. Printed Silk Mulls in white and colored ground, print ed with pretty floral designs; latest for spring; worth 36c price Luv 35c SILK CREPES 23c 27-iu. new Silk Plaid Crepes, all the newest dark tolors; printed in neat floral patterns; worth 35c. Sale 00a price ZuC 25c RATINE 19c New novelty check Ratine, 36 In. wide, good weight; assorted size checks and colors; worth 25c yard Sale price, I A yard IJJC About 500 Remnants of Wool Dress Goods Crashes, Ging hams, Outing Flannels, etc., all at a Good Saving DOLSON & SMITH THE STORE AROUND THE COR...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 7 May 1915

Friday Mny 7, HIS. OUR MILK IS PASTEURIZED! By the most modern method, and put up in sterilized bottles, thereby making it absolutely SAFE FOR. THE BABIES as well as the adult. We get our milk and cream sweet from the farms in our truck to the dairy. No slamming around on depot platforms with the milk cans. Ovir Milk From Tubercular Tested Cows All our milk comes from cows tested for tuberculosis by the state and found to be free from the disease. All cans and bottles are sterilized. You need not worry about the purity of the milk if it comes from the Pioneer-Alpine md. 271 Dftiry sun - 1835 Phone us when you want our product PICTURES! We invite you to inspect the work at the Brush Studio. Don't forget that Children's Photos are our specialty. Bring the babes: we can please you. C. E. ENGLEDOW """V^TJ"""" Patronize Our Advertisers Come to the NEW Store ShO6S 0 !? 611 1"2 PRICE Loads of Seumple Shoes at LESS THAN COST! Specials for Saturday and All Week: $3.00 Ladies Shoes Aft? BLACK...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 7 May 1915

Page Four BUY IT NOW! THAT UNION MADE SUIT The Fabrics and Prices will Please You. SERVICE, that's Guaranteed Bachelder (Si Corneil BETTER CLOTHES, $15-00 TO $34.00 THE STORE FOR THE UNION MAN THE LABOR JOURNAL Published Every Thursday by Central Trades Council of Everett and Vicinity Entered at the postoffice in Everett, Washington, as second-class mail matter Office, Labor Temple, Phones: Ind. 115; Sunset 148 Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Rates on Application. MAYNARD SHIPLEY Edltor and Manager MRS. M. STAUFFER Advertising Manager Meets First Wednesday Evening of Each Month, at Labor Temple JAY OLINGER. President Electrical Workers SAM ALLEN, Vice-President and Trustee Printers M. T. ALLIMAN, Secretary-Treasurer Barbers E. A. FRANCOIS, Trustee Plumbers ROBERT BEPLER, Trustee Molders MRS. M. T. ALLIMAN Label League W. E. JONES, Teamsters; THOS. WAIKER, Painters; V. J. STRATTON. Car penters; G. G. EVENSON, Timberworkers; HARRY THOMPSON. Cooke and Waiters. ED. F...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 14 May 1915

SIGN REFERENDUM PETITIONS NOW! VOL. XXV. Strike Is Still On; Weavers Stand Pat More Weavers Lease Mills and Incorporate-Re port Strike Abandoned Proves False. SHINGLEWEAVERS CO-OPERATE Pursuant to the plans outlined in last week's issue of the Journal, members of the shingleweavers' union are acquiring mills to be oper ated on the co-operative basis, under lease contracts. F. M. Sylvia, Conrad Hanson and A. J. Larson have obtained a lease on a mill at Edmonds, and incorporated in a company known as tho Quality Shingle company, with a capital stock of $2,000. The three men will be operators of the mill and will be as sisted in their venture by the local timberworkers union. Two or three of the mills are being considered as possible co-operative mills, says Robert Mills, business agent for the shingleweavers' union. One is a small plant at Marysville. This will give employment to only ten men, if obtained. Another mill at Sno homish has been idle for some time, and the weavers believe...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 14 May 1915

Page Two. TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AND SAVE MONEY SPECIALS From Our Dress Goods Department $1.00 TUB SILKS 75c 36-in. Stripe Tub Silks, extra fine quality; worth $1 en "jr yard Sale price /Ju 75c CORDUROY 59c 28-in. White Corduroy, fine for summer skirts; worth Cfl/» 75c. Sale price DUC $1.95 COSTUME VELVET $1.50 27-in. Black Costuma Velvet, ex tra fine quality; wortl*« ril $1.»5. Sale price il.Dl) $2.50 quality, 32 in. * j nr Just received, 500 boxes of D. M. C. Crochet . . .10c, 13c, 15c, 18c NEW WASH MATERIALS Several pretty lines to choose from, 27 in. to 42 in, wide. All on sale at 10c, 15c, 19c, 23c, 25c Millinery department special, $4.50 to $500 Hats on sale at * 3 - 75 DOLSON & SMITH THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER AYE Return Engagement of the Charming and Brilliant Little Actress Meirgvierite Cle^rk GRETNA GREEN THIS IS THE PLAY THAT MADE PEOPLE TALK AND PRAISE THIS IRRESISTABLE FROHMAN STAR FOR SHE HAS NEVER DONE ANYTHING BETTER IN HER WHOLE THE ATRICAL CAREER....

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 14 May 1915

Friday, May lOOIH_ We Give Merchants Savings Bank Certificates B J [[TmidTjo* 2813-15-17-19 Colby Aye/. auN3ET3O4 | Daily S;3O. a m. to 6:00 p. in. 1 If You Are Furnishing a Home—Buy at fThis Store Which Offers a Specialize] Complete Home-Furnishing Service „We will help WOO achieve that SURE SUCCESS in Home Out fitting which will satisfy and delight you. A Credit Service You'll Like! —People are very different, and so are everyone's financial conditions. Some wish to pay cash, others desire monthly accounts, and still others prefer the universal system or partial payments. —You will find our "Easy Pay" plan far superior to those of so-called installment houses. Whatever you buy here is sold at cash prices, with the privilege of EXTENDED payments, no extras or annoying features whatever. FURNISH YOUR HOME ON CREDIT SEE THE — PASTIME AMUSEMENT PARLORS in its new quarters. Most up-to-date place in the state. Twenty-six first-class tables. Good order. Good music. Everybody invited to s...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 14 May 1915

Don't Think This is a high priced Store because we sell "Better Clothes." You'll find a better suit here for $15.00 or $18.00 than ordinary stores can show you every suit is well tailored of good all wool fabrics, made to stand hard service in styles that are strictly up to the minute. Investigate our Right Selling plan, it will save you money. Bachelder (Si Corneil BETTER CLOTHES, UNION MADE THE LABOR JOURNAL Published Every Thursday by Central Trades Council of Everett and Vicinity Entered at the postoffice in Everett, Washington, as second-class mail matter Office. Labor Temple, Phones: Ind. 115; Sunset 148 Subscription $100 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Rates on Application. MAYNARD SHIPLEY Editor and Manager MRS. M. STAUFFER Advertising Manager Meets First Wednesday Evening of Each Month, at Labor Temple JAY OLINGER, President Electrical Workers SAM ALLEN, Vice-President and Trustee Printers M. T. ALLIMAN, Secretary-Treasurer Barbers E. A. FRANCOIS, Trustee Plumbers ROBERT B...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 21 May 1915

Sign Referendum Petitions Now! VOL. XXV. WORLD WIDE WAR TRUST By CONGRESSMAN CLYDE H. TAVENNER It would require several volumes to cover all the transactions deserving publicity concerning armor. Let it be sufficient in passing to say that the government purchase of armor has been a scandal from start to finish. The conduct of the armor ring in deal ing with the government averages throughout at least 80 per cent rotten. There have been nine official estim ates as to the actual cost of the manu facture of a tow of armor plate. The average estimate is J247.17 per ton. Yet since 1887 we have purchased 217,379 tons of armor, paying the armor ring an average of $440.04 per ton, or a total of $95,656,240. I be lieve I am well within the bounds of conservatism when I say that if all this armor had been manufactured In a government plant at, least $35,000, --000 would have been saved to the Am erican taxpayers, and armor is only one of the things being purchased by the army and navy under ...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 21 May 1915

Page Four The Home of Hart Sehaffner & Marx Bachelder & Corneil Offer Tempting Values in These Specials for a Few Days Only $14.85 Suit Special $14.85 About five hundred Men's and Young Men's Spring Suits, in blues, blacks and fancy. Broken lines, not all sizes but sizes for all in these regular $18 ami $20 Suits Other Good Specials in Furnishings, Hats and Hoys" Wear See Herald for Particulars Bachelder & Corneil BETTER CLOTHES UNION MADE &/>e LABOR JOURNAL Published Every Thursday by Central Trades Council of Everett and Vicinity Entered at the postoffice in Everett, Washington, as second-class mail matter Office, Labor Temple Phones: Ind. 115; Sunset 148 Subscription $1.00 per Year in Advance Advertising Rates on Application MAYNARD SHIPLEY Editor and Manager MRS. M. STAUFFER Advertising Manager Board of Control Meets First Wednesday Evening of Each Month at Labor Temple JAY OLINGER. President Electrical Workers SAM ALLEY, Vice-President and Trustee Typographic...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 May 1915

Sign Referendum Petitions Now! VOL. XXV. OPERATORS CONCEDE FUNDAMENTALS For Which Ohio Coal Miners Her oically Struck for Fourteen Months; Mines Prepar ing to Reopen. By K. C. ADAMS BRIDGEPORT, OHIO, May 20 — After a fourteen months' gamble with "fate thirteen thousand miners are now preparing to return to the mines under the provisions of a contract ap proved in special convention May 12, by a vote of 94 to 4, which grants to them the fundamentals for which they have suffered untold hardships to achieve. Justly can it be said that the vic tory should constitute an object les son to the unwary who, in time of con flict, are continually beselged by dis turbers —from within and without — who breathe the air of dissension and foster discouragement everywhere. For lo and behold, what the apostles of destruction have, for fourteen months, characterized as an impossi bility is now a reality. Such is the glorious outcome of the history-mak ing struggle. Clean-Up Work Starts in Hurricane Fa...

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