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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 10 August 1901

f- The Labor World. PUBLISHED EVERY ULTOSDAT, In 1896 by Sabrle Q. Akin Office, 333 Manhattan Building Dulth, Minn. Zenith Telephone 98. SUBSCRIPTION: One rear, advance IL00 •ix Months. In advance W Three Months, In advaaoe .» Single copies, I etsU. Advertising rates made known en appll- MtlOOi TRAPES Entered at tne Fostofflce at Dalath, lllno., as second el ass matter. Wm. B. MoEwen, Editor and Publisher. Printer's Ink, the great author­ ity on advertising, says: A labor paper i9 a far better advertising medium than a secu­ lar daily, relatively to the number of suberibers. A labor paper, for instance, with 5,000 suberibers will bring better returns to the mer chan advertising therein, than would a daily with 10,000 sub­ scribers. ON THE THRESHOLD. Labor, particularly organized labor, seems to be on the threshold of a mighty vital struggle. There are at present on strike nearly one hundred thousand of the workingmen employed by some of the constituent companies in that great aggreg...

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 August 1901

The American Exchange Bank. DULUTH, MINN. 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 Fitger's Beer The Etepr 9 7 »T M. F. Connel. P. J. McLaughlin. Zenith Phone 1130, IDEAL PLUMBING AND HEATING C»., Practical Plumber*« Steam andGas Pitting. Scientific Ventialtion. Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Estimates Cheerfully Qiven. 105 W. FOURTH 5T. DULUTH, MINN. idiPCapital 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 address. Book will be returned to you with instructions as to withdrawals and future deposits. ESTABLISHED 1888. !!!K. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS REMEMBER THE OLD ITANDIMIHIIMUI For FAMILY AND WDICINAL PURPOSE. The™ la Nothing Purer tban S. I. LEVIN'S IAQ9 BOURBON. RYE I HOt and BRANDY. 501 WEST SUPERIOR...

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. — 10 August 1901

200 PAIRS INFANT'S 35c Btooes» sites 2 to 6, this sale price, per pair^— 13c 150 PAIRS OF LADIES' small sice shoes, slippers, and oxfords—sale price— 49c liliWMV to the Picnic. MEN'S $5.00 TAN SHOES $2.98—TOR rey, Curtis and Terrel's Vici Kid and Russia calf—all this season's styles new, up-to-date Shoes—were always sold for $5.00—sale AA AQ Zc™Z7. .dfc«5IO MEN'S $3.50 and $6.00 SHOES $1.98—300 pairs men's patent leather, tan, vici, Russia calf, box calf and vici kid shoes, mostly narrow widths, but all sizes, have sold for $3.50 and $5.00 right along, sale price 01 AQ The labor day committee have acted, and the picnic will be held at Lake wood. The committee haye made no mistake, and if the day is fine, the lar­ gest crowd that ever attended a picnic in Duluth will assemble at beautiful Lakewood. The grounds are in excel­ lent shape, and there are a number of attractions to suit the tastes of all kinds of people. The committee has set down on the use and sale of in­ toxicating liqu...

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. — 17 August 1901

& y. SYRACUSE CHINA DINNER Sets, 100 pieces to'the set—clever decorations—regular sell here for $17.50—, at this sale IC BCV-VICVCl $11.98 GLASSWARE SETS—A MOST beautiful 4-piece set Sugar Bowl, Creamer, Covered Butter Dish, and Spoonholder—regular price 60c—special sale DULLrrn.niNM "Superior" Cheviots ARE UNAPPROACHABLE AT $1.00. If you pay 11.00 a yard for Cheviots elsewhere you'll get a fabric in feaior to our "Superior" Cheviots. Place this 50-inch steam sponged and shrunk rain-proof Cheviot of ours alongside" of, others. That's all we ask, and you'll instantly recognize in ours an article superior in every particular. For service this cloth is unexcelled /fe-g AA The colors are fast—and we are sole agents for Duluth qhf We also call your notice to two new lines of black goods now on sale—50-inch Granites and Pebble Cheviots, steam UXr sponged and shrunk—at per yard W Tinware, Crockery, Glassware, RARE REDUCTIONS. Reductions that we seldom make, and no other store ever make...

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. — 17 August 1901

OK 'he Labor World. FUBU8HED BTBRI EUXURDA1* Establshed In 1898 by Sabrle G. Akin Business Office, 333 Manhattan Building Dulth, Minn. Zenith Telephone fi. •UBBCRIPTXCNl One year. advance....................PU90 Ws Months, in adranee «o Three Months, in advance Single eopies, cents. Advertising rates mad* known en appli­ cation. CfwAPca Entered at tne Fostofflee at Minn., as second das* natter. Dalath, ,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 ehan advertising therein, than would a daily with 10,000 sub­ scribers. ORGANIZED LABOR AND WAGES. Hon. Bourke Cockran,- in an article in one of the leading magizines of the country for May, in discussing the eco­ nomic conditions as affected by trusts sayB the subject would not be complete wi...

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. — 17 August 1901

SMOKE =5S^t CLEAR Union Label. 106 DULUTH HIVERSAL TRTTNT WHOLESOME) PALATABLE SMOKERS (4 Jj 1 tJi 'tiL-VjiS,& $ j», {j ,-A a'*. Are You Looking For the "UNION LABEL"? rc hare a ipleadld llai galta, be** Cnlra Label, at— UNION LABEL HATS, at- $8, $10, $12, $13.50. faac Handsome Patterns at— $18, $20 and $25. WATS, with Union Label, at— SPRING OYER COATS, with Union Label, at— $8, $10, $12, $15. $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3. All the Latest Sprlig Blocks. REMEMBER, we Kiiarniitee eaeb aai' mty article bought of as, so yon ran no rlik 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 eountry or Europe in the manufacture of pure, rich and creamy bottled beer, I that possesses the qualities of all with the palatable flavor and strengthening qualities of the best beer. Try it as an appetizer and tonic—it is good. G. J. PETRUSGHKE, Manufacturer of and...

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. — 17 August 1901

\r In the Busy Day­ light bus IMNl 5oeach for Plates, regular price $1.20 a dozen. 2iceach for Individual Butters, regular price 60c doz. ®Oe&ch for Bowls, regular price $1.75 a dozen. 7oa pair for Cups and Sauoers, regular price $1.40 doz. 12oeach for Bread Plates, regular price 25c each. 39oeacli for Platters, regular price 65c each. HELD TO RIDICULE THE EECB.KT DECISIONS ON BLACK­ LISTING DISCUSSED. iffndiclal Sophlntpy or Worae—Jndg Baker Does Not Fortify- His Decis­ ion—It Contained Bat Two Attaer- tiom and a. Conclusion—So Import­ ant a Question 1m a Record Break­ er For Its Brevity. Two decisions recently rendered In the Superior Court of Chicago on •'blacklist" cases have attracted nation­ al attention. Judge Baker was, so far as the writer knows, the first member of any American bench to uphold the legality of the operation known as blacklisting. Considering the importance, not to say gravity, of the issue in the case be­ fore him. it might seem that It was his duty to ...

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. — 24 August 1901

WTT5 \*, A Vol. 7, No. 17. LOCATING THE DANGER. kcirark Advertiser Comment* on Action of Presbyterian Synod. A resolution in regard to labor or­ ganizations, discussed by the Reformed Presbyterian Synod of America, at its session in Pittsburg, reads as follows: "We look upon membership in many of these unions, as at present organized and controlled, as dangerous, and ward our members against joining any union which has an immoral obligation to keep inviolate as long as life remains any rites and regulations, the issue of which he is necessarily ignorant." If there Is any labor organization in the United States whose members are under an immoral obligation to keep Inviolate secret rites and regulations, the issue of which he necesarily ignor­ ant, the identity of that labor organi­ sation has not been disclosed. The an­ archist society is not a labor union, and TRY NEW CIOAR. THE GREATEST DATLIGHT STOKB. Women's $2.50 Fine Kid Shoes at Better Stock Up for Fntnre Needs. Service is wha...

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. — 24 August 1901

4 The Labor World. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY* Establshed in 18M by Sabrle a. Akin Business Office, 333 Manhattan Building Dulth, Minn. Zenith Telephone U. SUBSCRIPTION! One year, advance ILW 111 Months, In advance Three Months, In advance Single copies, 5 eeaM. Advertising rate* made known en IPPU* eatlon. TRAPES Entered at tne PostoJHce at DnMth, Minn., as second elass matter. Win. S3. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. Printer's Ink, the great author­ ity on advertising, says: A labor paper ia 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. COMPERE OX IlIGH DUES. Large Treasuries Mean Protection to Member* In All Casualties. Among the many good things that this distinguished trades unionist said In his report to the last convention of the American Federation of Labor was the followi...

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. — 24 August 1901

WrT.m I "j"' "iftfit 1 Lurj v^^fj 4a Ifyyou want... AUC1C |B 1492 REMEMBER THE OLD STAND............ ThC American Exchange Bank. DULUTH, MINN. CAPITAL, $500,000. 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 Fitger's Beer The iteer OF THE PEOPLE Brewed Relished BY THE PEOPLE A. riTQER A GO. DATCMTC tr^S'kY rA I tN I a'-wairi ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY PfilBfB 1 Notice in Inventive Age MS Hi Book "Howtoobtiin Patents" PILES"A M. F. Connel. P. J. McLaughlin. Zenith Phone 1130. IDEAL PLUMBING AND HEATING CO., Practical Plumbers• Steam andQas Fitting. Scientific Ventialtion. Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Estimates Cheerfully Given. 105 W. FOURTH ST. DULUTH, MINN. UFCapital 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 mall, send specimen signature and address. Boo...

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. — 24 August 1901

COUNT LYOPP TOLSTOI'S STROS6 APPEAL FR HUMANITY. Exconmunicated From the Greek Church and Exiled From His Conn- try, Became He Deared to Siren Appeal to the Russian Csar and Government For Greater Liberties For the Working People. The following translation of the ap­ peal of Count LyofC Tolstio to the Czar, and which has led to tils excommunica­ tion by the Greek Christian Church, and his exile from his native land, was sent to the Chicago Inter-Ocean from St. Petersburg. A careful reading will plainly set forth the struggle between the Russian rich and the Russian poor: "To the Czar and His Advisers: "More assassination! More street riots! Again there will be executions, while panic and exasperation, giving birth to threats and false accusations, prevail on the one side, and the other is animated with hatred, the desire for re­ venge, and the spirit of self-sacrifice. Once more the Russian people are di­ vided into two hostile camps, and pre­ parations are being made to commit 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. — 31 August 1901

-V 4 her* MELR* n„_ A We Close All Day Labor Day. New Fall Dress Goods Next Week We wHl place upon our counters one hundred pieces of the latest weaves and colorings in new fall dress fabrics. These consist of foreign and do­ mestic Serges, Ripley Venetians, Sicil lians' Satin Amazon Suitings, Eng­ lish Clay Worsteds, Prunellas, Melrose Suitings, Harveyized Cheviots, Mohair Twills, etc. Many of these you will find only at "The New Store." in««™t41merate a few prices- ul ui fabric but 8ha11 Goods. I NEW ENGLISA-' very beautify PRUNELLAS in black, 45 inches wide, a $1 75 per y" fabric of medium weight. Its real value is .d,rd. Our opening price is. strictfOSE CLOTH—Black, 46 inches wide, fine silky finish, ib Jy pure wool, very reasonable at $1.39. I I opening price is only M^ y, £JLROSE CLOTH—42 inches wide, black, hard wiry finish, impervious to dust. A splendid value at 89c a yard. Our opening price is only HARVERIZED CHEVIOT SKIRTING—Ready sponged and shrunk, splen­ did weight and...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 31 August 1901

fi, & $• REAL ESTATE MB LOANS. Fire Insurance! First Class Companies. Losses Promptly Paid* 207*208 Exchange Bldg., DULUTH. PHONE 228. BRICKLAYERS' UNION' Members Are fiettlnt Good Par «n4 Working Snort Hoars. The bricklayers is one of the best or­ ganized trades in the city. There may be non-union craftsmen in other trades, but they are mighty scarce in the bricklaying trade. The union of brick­ layers was organized some years ago. It has a policy and system that is ia many respects commendable. This un­ ion has met with less reverses than any other in the city, partly because it is. one of the best organized, and largely because of its cautious conservative methods. They secured the eight-hour day several years ago. Their wages are fairly good compared with the num­ ber of days they work in the year. The local union is apart of the Internation­ al Bricklayers' Union, which consists of over 70,000 members in the United States and Canada. While the local Is well organized and it...

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. — 31 August 1901

..N, j*t Call on or write N. W TURNER, Dl'LUTH, FOR CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND HARNESS. MICHEftL RYAN. President of the Licensed Tngmen'i Protective Association. Duluth is the home of one of the ex­ ecutive officers a great national labor organization. Micheal J. Ryan, grand president of the Licensed Tugmen's Association of the Great Lakes, is the founder of that It organization. Mr. was in 1899 Ryan is a marine engineer, and has worked in Duluth harbor for a number of years. Before coming to Duluth he resided in Michigan, and was for a number of years the chief of police of a Michigan city. that Mr. Ryan conceiv­ ed the idea of an organization to con­ sist of the licensed men on tugs. At that time the craft organizations of both engineers and captains prevented them from going on strike for wages or any other cause. The consolidation of all the tug lines on the great lakes led Mr. Ryan to believe that the old organizations were inadequate to con­ trol the wages of the men. He thought th...

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. — 31 August 1901

1 V"s'V The Labor World. 1 PUBLISHED EVERY BATURDAT. Establshed in 189$ by Sabrle •UBSCRIPTIONl One year, advance HJJ is Months, in advance J® Three Months, in advance Single copies, een*e. Advertising rates made known en appli­ cation. Entered ai tne Postofflee at Dalath, Minn., as second data matter. Wm. B. 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 The strike has been used freely as a means for securing better and more of this world's goods, and in many in­ stances labor has been successful. But today capital is so firmly situated that a strike brings very little of the better things. True, against the small em­ ployer, there is chance for complete success, but against the great concerns there is little hope for anything more than trifling compromises. The sooner labor discovers this, the s...

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. — 31 August 1901

-..X Qet Your PRESCRIPTIONS Filled at KllffllR'S MUG STOM, 127 EAST SUPERIOR ST. THOMPSON GLASKIN CO. Have Faith. In the Future of the Zenith City. Duluth la destined to be a great city. There are some who may be inclined to be Impatient at its apparent slow growth, but the city is moving along as well as can be expected. The pres­ ent development is sufficiently rapid to foe healthy. There can be no re-actlon from its present growing condition. As a distributing point this city has an advantage over^any other city In the north. The average American me­ tropolis was a largre jobbing point be­ fore it became a manufacturing city. This being the truth, the Zenith City in due time will be one of the greatest producing points in America. Realiz­ ing that a bright and prosperous future was in store for Duluth, the promoters of the Thompson-Glaskin company, met with considerable success in launching this new wholesale rubber, leather, mill and mining supply house as one of our permanent i...

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. — 31 August 1901

VSIOM MADE IN DULUTH. SMOKE CLEAR HAVANA. Union Label. W, A. SCOTT, President. 106 Duurm NIVERSi PXTENT Are You Looking For the "UNION LABEL"? re kav« ipleadld mi Sn.lt*, artfjrMt b««i* (Jilo« Ltkal, at- Some Handsome Patterns 1 $8, $10, $12, $13.50. LABEL SATS, $18, $20 and $25. 'OATS, with Union Label, at— $8, $10, $12, $15. SPRING OTERCOATS, with Union Label, at— $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3. All the Latest Spring Blocks. REMEMBER, we guarantee each and every article bonght of ns, so yon ran no risk whatever. CHAS. W. ERICSON, THE CLOTHIER. 219 WEST SUPERIOR ST. OLDING CULVER & CO., 18 W. First St. TELEPHONE 141. HAVE YOU TRIED THEM DO SO AND BE CONVINCED THAT THE IF YOU WISH A: DELICIOUS, WHOLESOME} PALATABLE SMOKERS... vtrtrt ax ta una. CIGARS ARE THE FINEST THAT MONEY WILL. BUY, AND T&AT SKILLED LABOR CAN PRODUCE. MANUFACTURED BY Ron Fernandez Cigar Company. UNION LABEL. HOME MADE. B. L. McCORMICK, Vlce-Pres., YOUR OWN is a pleasure when you can hold it In the brewing of b...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 31 August 1901

s(i Store-Open Saturday fflEi Evening Until 11 O'clock. 127 and 127 West Superior St THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED ALL. DAT MONDAY, BEING LA­ BOR DAY. The various unions who have ordered their suits here for the parade of Monday will kindly cail for them before 11 o'clock Saturday. WORDS FOR WORKWOMEN ... "Will it wear well?" is probably the uppermost thought with ninety-nine out of every hundred workingmen when making a purchase of clothing of any description. Style and appearance are of secondary consideration. Durable material and dependable seams are demanded—garments that will withstand severe usage are first sought. In the selection and mak­ ing of wearing apparel specially designed to n^eet the wants of working men—we have given the matter of strength and reliability special at­ tention. We are better prepared this fall in every department to meet these requirements than ever before. We know that our stock of Cloth­ ing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods—guaranteed by manufacturer...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 31 August 1901

UNION LABEL CLOTHING Duluth charge kinds. We are KEYSTONE OVERALLS JUST OUT.. in Duluth of the productions of Henry erts, Wicks & Co., makers of the Bargain Bulletin No. 26, of NEW and SLIGHTLY USED PIANOS, including some factory samples and discontinued styles. It describes Square Pianos from $17.00 upward—and Uprights from $125.00 upward. It may benefit your pocket to call and see. Duluth Music Co. Largest Piano House at the Head of the Lakes. Sole Agent* for Steinway and Knabe Pianos, Cor. Superior Street and Lake Arenne. A great many untruths are told about the Boot and Shoe Workers' Union and about the Union Stamp, some for the transparent purpose of "currying fav­ or," others from ignorance and pre­ judice. It takes time for anything to be accorded its rightful position.. CARPENTERS, Do Yon Want Short, Easy and Practical Rnles for Laying Oat all Kinds of Groin Ceilings, Roofs, Braces, Hoppers, Stairs, Hand Rails, Spirals, El­ lipses, Achres, Octagons. With tables giving 27...

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. — 7 September 1901

b«f j.. VOL. 7, Hfc y»«A No. 19. Mail and 'Phone Orders Carefully Filled. Gkbatxst Daylight Stokb. THREE ASTOUNDING Shoe Values. pretty, well authenticated, that employers' associations are em­ ploying Pinkertons to act as spies in labor unions. The organizers in West Virginia are under a system of espion­ age which Lord Eldon declared, in a similar case in England, as amounting to virtual imprisonment. This employ­ ing of private armies is of ancient orgin, and was always attended with disaster to the people and the state. In early times of the Roman republic rich men had the privilege of hiring private armies, which in time became fused and formed the "Praetorian Guard." which sold the crown to the highest bidder. Until the time of Peter the Great Russian noblemen had the privil­ ege. and the manner of these Russian mercenaries, known as the "Strelsti," is admirably set forth in Russian his­ tory, and Peter the Great got rid of them only by a general massacre. Napoleon's dealings ...

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