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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 29 June 1901

ft.' 1/ .. ft' The Labor World. PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDA1. Establshed In 18M by Stbrl* G. Akin Business Office, 3SS Manhattan Building Dulth, Minn. Zenith Telephone IS. SUBSCRIPTION I advance......... advance........... .J® in advance Single eopies, I eea*e. DUJ One year, in a •x Months, in *three Months. Advertising rates made known ea appli­ cation. TRADES Entered at tne Postofflce at Hinn... as second class matter. Daluth, Wm. E. McEwen, Editor nd Publisher. Printer's Ink, the great author­ ity on advertising, says: A labor paper is a far better advertising medium than a secu­ lar daily, relatively to the number of subcribers. A labor paper, for instance, with 5,000 subcribers wiU bring better returns to the mer chan advertising therein, than would a daily with 10,000 sub­ scribers. Ask the restaurant waiter if she or he carries a card. Is there a union meat cutter in the butcher shop you patronize? a^id Help others to organize strengthen the position of labor thus When building, ...

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 June 1901

.3 I- 1 I •$ V- Vv SMOKE Union Label, WjJf g' I J?. 19® WJLUTH^ INIVERSMJ PALATABLE UNIVERSAL LIFE and ACCIDENT CO. '•*, ." .*•: •:•, For the "UNION LABEL"? If so w» 1iiit» «plrntfltf 11m of Salts, •rerrose Iimv Ins tho flalim Laktl, at— lom« Ra*4Mi«« Pittorn USIOIV LABEL HATS, at- $8, $10, $12, $13.60. $18, $20 and $25. IPHIXO OVERCOATS, with Union Label, at— $8, $10, $12, $15. $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3. All the Latest SprlngBlooks. ."' .r. REMEMIIER, we guarantee each and every article bought of us, sb you HM» no risk wkittTer. CHAS. W. ER1CS0N, THE CLOTHIER. 219 WEST SUPERIOR ST. MADE IN DULUTH. MADE IN DITLUTH. 0. J. PETRUSOHKE, Manufacturer of and Dealer la White Pine Packing Boxes and Shook* Specialties—Beer Cases, Ess Cases and Banana Crates. JUST OPENED—Department for Building Materials. PRICES ALWAYS CHEERFULLY GIVEN. 50th Avenue Wert, Corner Main Street* P. O. BOX 136. WEST DULUTH. HOME MADE. ARBUTUS KELLEYRYAN CLEAR HAVANA. DOMESTIC. OUR SPECIAL Best Five Cent Cigar in 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. — 29 June 1901

^*fv^ sR. JE­ T,v^'( snow grand line of i^ B- Tams CHOICE OF ALL AT ONE PRICE Clay Worsted, Blue Serges, Fancy Worsteds, Cassimeres, Homespuns, Nobby Stripes, Plaids, Checks and Plain Colors. MACHINERY AND LABOR. PAWNEE BILL. Butcher Shop* to Close. The proprietors of butcher shops In Duluth have notified their employes that their shops will be closed all day on the Fourth of July. American Lumberman Says tliat La- Big Wild West Show to Be Here lor Should be Better Paid. It used to be said of the steam nigger that it could do anything but talk. Another thing it could not do, however, was -to think, and that is the trouble with all machinery. The more efficient machinery is the better brains it take3 to run it, and for that reason, if for no other, labor should be paid better wages these days than of old. Too many employers In the lumber industry are trying to buy brains at the same price as muscle.—American Lumber­ man. Men's sale! SUITS WORTH $8.50, $10, $12 FOR SUITS WORTH $15, $1...

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. — 13 July 1901

I VOL. 7, No. OPEN SATURDAY EVENING TILL II O'CLOCK. .1 Send Us Your Name—Your Friend's Name—Anybody's Name— omy. A little later we are going to tell our mall order friends of an elegant money saving and money making chance. Don't you want to be "in" on it. Write a postal card today. It's worth wfiile. GREATEST DAYLIGHT STORE. New Walking Skirts Made of splendid quality rielton Cloth in Blue and —cut 5-gore with lapped seams—and graceful flaring flounce, trim­ med with 5 bands of Black Taffeta Silk—earlier in the season you'd be glad to pay $7.50—we can sell them now for New Black Taffeta Waists A customer wanted to pay us $7.50 for this same jttd chiffon—now it Waist this morning—It had been accidently put in with the $7.50 lot and she thought it the best of the bunch—two styles—one has bosom of hair cording—flanked with wide plaits—back is cluster corded— French dip bodice front—Other style has fine tucking with fancy hem­ stitching between—both have new bishop sleeve—and are made...

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. — 13 July 1901

2 fc' The Labor World. PUBLISHED EVERT BATUHPAY. Establahed In 1896 by Sabrle O. Akin Business Office, 333 Manhattan Building Dulth, Minn. Zenith Telephone H. SUBSCRIPTION! OH year. atrwiot ...............FLJO •Is Months, in advance Three Months, in ad-ranee 9lncl« copies, cento. Advert Urine rates made known ca appii cation. Entered at tne Postofflce at Dalsth, Minn., as second das* matter. Wm, E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Printer's Ink, the great author­ ity on advertising, says: A labor paper is a far better advertising medium than a secu­ lar daily, relatively to the number of subcribers. A labor paper, for instance, with 6,000 subcribers will bring better returns to the mer chan advertising therelp, than would a daily with 10,000 sub­ scribers. Palmists certainly have an off-hand way of talking. Admiral Cervera at least has no med­ al question to worry over. Another woman murderess has been convicted. If this thing keeps on a promising industry will come to an end. After mu...

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 July 1901

,i&a &ssaaivs "v !i I '1 kv '1, •J* I «'«T! 3* 3*. Mt JVSE*4" i! STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY V^?.,lS •"VvP^rlct Coiirt, Kiev, entfr .Judicial IHttri&t. Rinin Steward and May L. Steward, his wife. Plaintiff!. vs« Security Investment Com P5.?y*»£ corporation. CUn -*®n Markell and Kate Markell. his wife. Jackson Land A Lumber company, corporation. AJfJC'la Sherwood and William C. Sherwood. fier husband. Benjamin C. Tavfgr AS assignee for the bene? Cl'i Hjflt Of the creditors of O. willard. George H. lark as assignee for the nt of _the creditors of Willard. ihn A. Willard. Jed L. r&ahburn and Mrs. Jed Lw Washburn, his wife. 'M. G. Willard and Mrs. M. G. Willard. his wife. Anna M. Willard. William D. Wil­ lard and Mrs. William D. Willard. his wife. Harold B. Willard. Robert 8. Wil­ lard. Anna M. Willard and William D. Willard as Ex­ ecutors' of the last will and testament of John A. Willard. deceased. Union National Bank of Oakland, California, a corporation. Charles Hanse...

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 July 1901

v' if •i The addresses were responded to in a most happy manner by Chief Organ­ izer Weber. The visitors included Frank J. Weber, general organizer of the state, and the following executive board: Fred Brock housen, secretary-treasurer Charles Nicklouse, Paul Hebner, Charles Nied xnan and Edward Mahuk. The sesssion Tuesday was devoted to organization. F. J. Weber was chosen chairman, and the report of the secre­ tary-treasurer was received, and re­ ferred to the proper committee. Chairman Weber appointed the fol­ lowing committees: Credentials, reso­ lutions, on secretary-treasurer's report organizer's report, boycotts, locals and organization. The meeting then adjourned until 9 o'clock Wednesday morning. WEDNESDAY'S SESSION. Wednesday's session of the Federa­ tion was very brief, adjourning before 11 o'clock to meet Thursday morning at eight. The time was put in reading resolutions and referring them to the proper committees. During the after noon the committees were in session, at...

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 July 1901

1 N :i' I lift 3 $ .'*« -V? %Jx dfiSSS M. VOL. 7, No. 12. 10*4 Cotton Blankets, white and gray, 75c values, per pair, P/W S. E fh 1 OIAM MjOCIV Mill-End Sale! MILL ENDS—REMNANTS Flannel, Linen, Sheeting Remnants of 10c Outing Flan nel—light colors—Mill End price Remnants of 6c Outing Flan- A nels—light and dark colors— /LP Mill End price Odd pieces of French Flannels, figures, etc., 75c values Am per pair—Mill End price *W Remnants of 10-4 New York Mills Sheeting, 5 to 15 yards in the piece, worth 40c— 1 SE"dM,t. 22^c f. 50c 7-4 remnants of New York Mills Sheeting, worth 30c— at Mill End llJf price Remnatns of 6-4 New York Mills Sheetings, worth 24c— a a at Mill End l&C price ....*^^ Remnants of Table Linens F»/V all lengths, at a discount Cotton Toweling, bleached, 18-in. —4 value, going at Mill End sale A*TE"f 2 40-ince Muslins, un-bleached, worth 8c in full pieces—Mill m%C End sale price vw 9-4 bleached Sheeting, 19c value —'Mill End sale price a a only—per I £Lf* yard *V 18-...

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 July 1901

$!:' te -V 1- !C- prf »^V ll sV The Labor World, FUBUSHBD HVBRT liTDBlUI, Eitablshed In 1896 by Sabrle O. Aldn Business Office, 831 Manhattan Building Dulth, Minn. Zenith Telephone U, •UBSCR1PTXONI OB« THT, advance. •ix Months, in adnnei..... Three Months, In advance... Blocil copies, MBM. AdrerliUni rate* made knows eatlon. ...«LW ... .M ... .85 COUNCILS gTRADES BBIWM at tne Postoffloe at Dalxth, Minn., as second class matter. Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Printer's Ink, the great author­ ity on advertising, says: A labor paper is a far better advertising medium than a secu­ lar daily, relatively to the number of subcribers. A labor paper, for instance, with 5,000 subcribers will bring better returns to the mer chan advertising therein, than would a daily with 10,000 sub­ scribers. SHIP YARD STRIKES. One of the lamentable features of the present labor strikes is the delay caus­ ed thereby to navel vessel construction. The next thing will be for congress to step in and regula...

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 July 1901

MADE IN DULUTH. SMOKE /^DULUTH Are You Looking If so we have a splendid 11a* of Salts, cterrMt kur Ins the Onion Label, t» CXION LABEL BATS, at- CHAS. W. ERICSON, THE CLOTHIER. 219 WEST SUPERIOR ST. C. J. PETRUSGHKE, Manufacturer of and Dealer in White Pint Packing Boxes and Shtoks Specialties—Beer Cases, Eg* Cases and Banana Crates. JUST OPENEI^ljtepartment for. Building Materials.:.:.'" 'V PRICES ALWAYS CHEERFULLY GIVEN. 50th Avenue West, Corner Maln ltreet^ P. O. BOX 186. WEST DULUTH. CLEAR HAVANA. DOMESTIC. OUR SPECIAL. Union Label. Union Label. IVERSALJ Best Five Cent Cigar in the City. Manufactured CULVER & CO., The Well-Known and Always Re­ liable Domestic. TOM W. SIMON, TOP. w»aw#iw jie .3 For the "UNION LABEL"? ',. $8, $10, $12, $13.50. Some Handsome Pattern* at— $18, $20 and $25. OATS, with Union Label, SPRING OVERCOATS, with Union Label, *t— $8, $10, $12, $15. $1, $1.50, $2/ $2.50, $3. All the Latest Sprln* Bioelca. REMBHBBR, we snarantee each aid every article bought...

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 July 1901

V*. hx 1 CMNNBtS' WW BUSINESS AGEXT MORGAN AGAIN AT HIS FOST. Much Joy Manifested Over Return From Enrope—Ht DUcnuci Euro- pean Conditions In a Speech Be­ fore Organisation—Thins* That the Ballot is Becoming Dangerous aid Believes In Disfranchisement. There was much joy in evidence at ifche last meeting of the Combination Leaders' union. When Business Agent (Morgan entered the hall a few moments before the session was called to order he was loudly applauded, and delegates crowded around him and eagerly grasp­ ed the great leader's hand and shower­ ed him with hearty compliments. Routine business was quickly dis­ posed of, and a unanimous demand was made that Bro. Morgan relate his ex­ periences while abroad. A motion to that effect was quickly carried. "Brothers, I thank you sincefely'for rhis cordial inception," said Bro. Mor­ gan. "I understand that during my absence spine of our overly ambitious 'brethren nearly brought about financial chaos in an unseemly scramble for Northern P...

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 July 1901

VOL. 7, No. 13. COMNCUMRMV COMMITTEE HAS ORGANIZED AND PREPARATIONS VXDER WAY. Promises to Eellpa* All Previous Oc­ casions— Committee Is Active—G. SI. Davis Is Chairman—Place For the Ptenle Has Not Been Deelded Upon, takewood Btlag Considered—is a Good Place, Would Catch a Crowd. DulutK will celebrate Labor Day. Al­ ready we are assured that It will be the greatest ever held in the city. The committees are at work and promise to eclipse all former efforts. There will be no hitch between the central bodies. The Building: Trades Council and the Trades Assembly have both appointed a committee of five each. They are as follows: From the Building Trades Council, Tim Timlin, Otto Strum, O. Larson, J. W. Richardson and Leslie Coad. From the Trades Assembly, Geo. Davis, Henry Dworschak, J. Gauthler, Joseph Pratts and E. J. Meagher. Every one of the above are known workers. They will attend strictly to business from now until their work is done. On Monday evening last the first meeting was ...

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 July 1901

fj W.. II 11 !r life' w- lv€'* iS**®- 9. H*- The Labor World. FUBXASHBD EVERY SATURDAY. Establshed In 1896 by Sabrle G. Akin Business Office, 883 Manhattan Building Dttlth, Minn. SMAltb Telephone a. IN SWKUTIONI etas jMTi in advance,....•»...« ••••••..W.oo Six Months, in advance •jj Three Months, in advance Single soples, I cents. AArntMng rates mads kaowa «a appU eatlon, Entered al' ins Postostot Ml Dtfath, Minn., as second class matter. |Wm. S3. McBwert, Editor and Publisher. MlMlllli eU Printer's ink, the great author­ ity on advertising, says: A labor paper is a far better advertising medium than a secu­ lar daily, relatively to the number of subcrlhers. A labor paper, for Instance, with 6,000 suboribers will bring better returns to the mer ehan advertising therein, than would a dally with 10,000 sub­ scribers. .«••.. .»..4««.. Still, Mark Hanna has not refused a third term. We hope you didn't suffer much per­ sonal loss on "the day we mutilate." Should the title 'Bureau of Fabr...

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 July 1901

I SMOKE 1 S' Are You Looking For the "UNION LABEL"? If so linve a ipleidld Hps of Salts, tverytBi b«ti inar the Union Label, UNION LABEL HATS, at— ARBUTUS Union Label. 106 MIIUTN $8, $10, $12, $13.60. Some Hitndsome Pattern* at— $18, $20 and $25. OATS, with Union Label, at— $8, $10, $12, $16. SPRING OVERCOATS, with Union Label, at— HATS, at— $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3. All the Latest Spring Blocks. REMEMBER, we aruarantee each and every article bought of us, 10 you ran no risk Whatever. CHAS. W. ERICSON, THE CLOTHIER. 219 WEST SUPERIOR ST. HOLDING YOUR OWN is a pleasure when you can hold it in the brewing of beer that will com­ pete with the best breweries in this country or Europe in the manufacture of pure, rich and creamy, bottled beer, that possesses the Qualities 6f all with the palatable flavor and strengthening qualities of the best beer. Try it aa an appetizer and tonic—it is good. Huloih pS2.Wik.Ti3* MADE IN DULUTH. MADE IN DtTLUTH. ft. J. PETRUSCHKE, Mannfactnrer of and Deal...

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 July 1901

/.r u# jfv •n if ftS I': if. if W SCIAFftR-MMKAN THE TWO LEADERS OP LABOR AXD CAPITAL. Striking Personalities of Plerpont Norgiia and Theodore J. Schaffer. Labor Leader Formerly a Meth­ odist Preacher in Pennsylvania, Money King1 a Prominent Episco­ pal Layman. PITTSBURG, July 21.—Theodore J. Schaffer, president of the Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin Plate Workers, was formerly a Methodist minister. That very fact is more than of little importance, Mr. Schaffer is pitted against Mr. Morgan. J. Plerpont Morgan is the head of the steel trust, the greatest combination of capital in the history of the world. Mr. Morgan is an Episcopalian. One of these men, Mr. Schaffer, is the head of the richest labor union in Am­ erica. He saved his pennies to go to college While there he studied to be­ come a Methodist preacher and saved to aid in supporting his mother and sister.Mr. Morgan was biorn moderately wealthy. He became a business man and affiliated himself with the Episco­ p...

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 August 1901

ft fCanvas SWINTON HAS HOPE VENERABLE ECONOMIST IS A CHAM­ PION OF TRADE UNIONISM. Aa the Trade Union* Gain Power, He Sbt* That They Gain Sncce«n—A Single Workingman Doesn't Count One may argue in behalf of his rights till doomsday without getting them, if he is powerless. He may give a hund­ red reasons in their behalf he may plead for them, and tell how badly he wants them he may turn sentimental when he begs for them as he groans over his wrongs he may even write soft and sweet pieces of poetry about them—but if he has not the strength needed to stand up for them, he is only wasting his time. It is through the manifestation of power that trade unionism has gained advantages in the past and there is no other way by which it can make pro­ gress hereafter. It may be a pity that it is so, but it Is true all the same. Rights ought to be procured by reason. If it can be ehown that the working day is too long for a man, there is good reason for shortening it. If it be shown that the wor...

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 August 1901

ife? I a |4, r,* I'ljf. r, r* 'v 5S. n'i The Labor World. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, Establshed In 1896 by Sabrie O. Akin Business Office, 333 Manhattan Building Dulth, Minn. Zenith Telephone II. SUBSCRIPTION! One year, idranM ILOO Six Months, in advance *0 Three Months, In advance •. .» Binfle eopies, eenls. Advertising rates made known ea appli­ cation. WADES Entered at tne Poatofflee at Dalath, Minn., as second ela«s matter. Win. E. McEwen, Editor and Fublisher. Printer's Ink, the great author­ ity on advertising, says: A labor paper is a far better advertising medium than a secu­ lar daily, relatively to the number of subcribers. A labor paper, for instance, with 5,000 subcribers will bring better returns to the mer chan advertising therein, than would a daily with 10,000 sub­ scribers. THE l.MOS MAX AT HOME. The union man does not always carry his unionism home with him. Some­ times the same man who works hard for the cause in the factory and meet­ ing hall gives it a black eye ...

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 August 1901

RBMEHBER THIS OLD STAND.........m SMOKERS, ThC America Exchange DULU1H, WINN, CAPITAL, 9500,000m We issue certificates to depositors, allowing interest at the rate of* 2 per cent per annum on deposits of any amounts for a period of 3 months or longer Ring up 520, ga Zeniiti Phone V. If 1IV1VU1 M. F. Connel. THEY'RE AFTER MI We have the Standard, New Home, Domestic and many ethers. Can suit you in price as well as quality. Will take your old ma­ chine as part payment on a new one. Also have supplies for all machines. W Howard kalir Uf ml SUPEKM, ST. P. J. McLaughlin. Zenith Phone 1130. IDEAL PLUMBING AND HATING CD., Practical Plumbers* Steam atidGas Pitting. Scientific Ventialtion. Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Estimates Cheerfully Qiyen. 105 W. FOURTH ST. DULUTH, MINN. liT Capital and Surplus, $850,000.00. The FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Duluth, Has Opened a Deposits of $1 and,upwards received. BOOKS GIVEN. INTEREST ALLOWED. In opening accounts by mail, send specimen signature and addres...

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 August 1901

0 fJs ABUSES BY CMJKTS rowBA or nuiixcTioA is mcoanxo MXABTini SUCH YBAlb Tn Ute fastaness Althoogh TrlflU Illiatnt* tka Absolute Dlir«t«i By th« Court* of th* OrldniU wd XntlooM LlmitHtlMi Cpo the Di« of the lhi«ltebl» Hem«dr of the Writ of Injunction. If additional evidence la needed to prove the auussstty of arresting the evil of government by injunotion as applied to organized labor, two recent Instances supply it. There have been weak at­ tempts in congress at checking this tyrannical and un-American practice, .but publis opinion has not supported them, •and the as«wit» of plutocracy have had little difficulty in smothering even the mild antl-injunotlon bills. But organised labor oannot abandon the struggle, and it will be renewed at every session of congress and in every state where the trade union movement is strong enough to oommand respect­ ful attention from the politicians. Of the two late instances just refer­ red to one is rather trival, but it illus­ trates the absolut...

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 August 1901

WRAPPERS-PERCALE. In dark and medium colors—shoulder ruffles—trimmed sleeves —deep ruffle on the skirt—skirts very full—worth $1.25— Today's special Shirt Waist Sale Still continues—not a great many left but some splendid bargains left—we have made two lots of them: We show waists in white and colors— worth 98c, $1 and $1.25— at Shirt Waists in white or colors—Worth $1.50 up to $2.50 each at We have just received a few very newest and most stylish skirts for early buyers—we have them in blacks and grays—pebbled and plain Cheviots and Serges—cut with the new flare—heavily trimmed with strap stiched satin prices from "See Them in the Window." Windsor Ties. COLORED SILK UNDERSKIRTS. With heavy single or double flounce—blues, reds, browns, greens—have made special cuts for Thursday prices .. EVERYTHING IN MILLINERY Full length, good variety of colors and various fancy weave silks have been selline for 20c andf 25c—Today at AT HALFPRiO£ AMD LESS. THIS INCLUDES SHAPES, FLOWERS AND TRIMMIN...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
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