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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 12 October 1901

i: |il: jl' & 'f W: $r% &. T: i-y The Labor World. PUBLUHBD BTIKT SATURDAY. Establshed In 1896 by Sabrle O. Akin Business Office, 333 Manhattan Building Dulth, Minn. Zenith Telephone 98. SUBSCRIPTION I One year, VLW •U MOBthS. lU adVanOS.... «... Three Months. In advance Single copies, S een*a. Advertising rates made (mown ea eppM eation. TRADES Entered at tne Foatofllee at Dalsth, Minn., as second d&fli matter. Win, B. McEwin, Editor and Publisher. If labor could only stick together like capital does, it would not be long before the battle would be won. Labor's two weapons are the strike and the ballot. Of the two the ballot Is the more forceable, and at the same time the more peaceable. Labor Day has come and gone, but election day is approaching. On Labor Day we marched shoulder and shoulder together. How will we march on elec­ tion day? Is it not an odd thing that where labor unions are thickest there are the fewest strikes Simply because when la­ bor is weH organize...

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. — 12 October 1901

WM Ml ll ."•- i. ''i: J- v\ V: h11 1 M®' a ia&bkk IK ALTGELD'S GREAT LABOR DAY The future of labor and the hope of mankind depend on the dynamic'force of Ideas, and the conquering power of Justice. These two forces. have given the world Its progress, and lifted man above the beasts. Justice may tarry long, but she has sever missed a date on the calendar •f the Almighty. Her feet step with the music of the universe, And her hands destroy him who maketh a dis­ cord. Ideas are living forces, Indestructi­ ble, and produce a harvest after their kind. Whether good or bad they mold men, they shape law* and they crystal live into Institutions* All the lnstltu tlonsupon earth today are simply the product of the Ideas which preceded them. tofty Ideas elevate the race, while sordid Ideas degrade and destroy. A century and a half ago the world was studying the rights of man, It lifted Its eyes upward, and It evolved the principle of equality, the principle of freedom—freedom of conscience, ...

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. — 12 October 1901

m. W: N 01**3 *LOCfV «TOR» AUGUR'S SHtCD (Continued from Page Three.) Judges who eat bread that is earned by the sweat of labor makes themselves a convenience for parasitic corporations, and try to crush the spirit of the men that earned this bread. Labor must violate no law, commit no crimes wrong no man, but if it would preserve the rights God has given and the con­ stitution has guaranteed to every man then it must pass through the jails of America, not only to preserve its own existence, but to save the very founda­ tions of liberty. If it would not leave to its children a heritage of slavery then labor must so minutely organize that even if half its number are sent to jail the other half can continue the struggle. Jails become temples of honor when labor is wrongfully confined there men wrongfully sent to Jail become the world's heroes. It is only wrong-doing that is disgrace. An unjust sentence only disgraces the judge who imposes it. Jails have, never destroyed a just cause, ...

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. — 19 October 1901

VOL. 7, No. 25. 1 25 Success Follows Success GET THE INFORMATION. A copy of the National Oil Reporter has just come to hand containing a writeup of the Beaumont oil fields. This is a superbly illustrated magaz­ ine and full of interesting information. Persons interested in Texas oil as an investment could do nothing better than to study its contents, we have a copy at our office, and will be glad to have those interested see it. But in the entire magazine of oil fact there is nothing that does not tell you in the strongest terms: "Buy Dia­ mond Crude Oil stock." The more you study the question the more firmly you will be convinced that this is the thing to do. DuumtniNN. The Glass Block Grows* OUR SALES ARE BOUNDING AHEAD RAPIDLY—BUSINESS IS far ahead of a year ago. One of the most important departments in the store sold more goods the first eleven days of October than it did during the whole month of October a year ago. And the best two thirds of the month is yet to come. Our growt...

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. — 19 October 1901

The Labor W IS Is. PDBU8HDD EVERY BlTUKOA Establshed In 189S by Sabrle O. Akin Business Office, 3T3 Manhattan Building Dttlth, Minn. Zenith" TitepliOhe V. SUB0CRIPTIONJ mt, adroit........ Ifontbs, madvance •••**••••••••••••••91*90 One year, Wx lfovU Three Months, in" advance...... Bntaree at tae Postdate* it Mian., as,aeeond etass matter. .16 Slngl* eopiee, MenK. AAreirtMns-vfatM made kaowa «a aspn eation. Oalath. Wo. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. TIME FOR ACTION. Sortie years "upori theapjriiea tion and pressure off organized labor, congress enacted what witf knbwiv -as the Chlrifcse Exclusion Aot. "In 1902 this act-expires by limitation there are many indications that would lead to the belief that there Will be strenuous op­ position on the part of many large em­ ployers of fftbor to re-eriactment of the law.* To the working people of thls couritry the exclusion of the Chinese, and the Japanese as well', Is of greater Importance now than it has been at any time In "the-past, an...

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. — 19 October 1901

T- 3 I «l if A jT-V & vV JMMEW entPCOt -. Ns AM OPHS LBTTERpjJOH*. J*IJ|RCY ROGERS. Worlclnaman Telia the Mnltl-MH llonalre How He Can lielp Laliar TK«A Bjr BpiQwInr Pvblto Librarlei—How Lubor'n Enslave­ ment Abits Commercial Swindl ta|«, Andrew Carnegie: Sir—Having been requested by members of our unton to write. y.ou a letter and fearing, that a private communication frdpi work lngman would not be permitted to reach you. I: address you through the newspaper press. With your knowledge of Industrial conditions,-the needs and wrongs of those who toil with your great or­ ganising abilities and -your millions, you have a magniflceht opportunity for becoming one of the world's great est benefactors. But not by giving libraries will you befcbme so. Nothing can reaily benefit the wage worker, as you must know, till he has shorter hour* of labor and better pay. The. fret library is not the bcfOn that it may havebeen fifty years ago. With the cothlng of the penny fcapen which keeps us i...

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. — 19 October 1901

FAREWELL CHARLES S PAY THEIR RESPECTS TO THE DISTINGUISHED C1TIZEX. Many Speakers Are Present, and Some Splendid Speeches Are Mad« The Armory la Thronged With Friends and Admirers of Senator Towne—His Departure From City Regretted by All. Duluth democracy paid its respect to Chas. A. Towne at the Armory on Wednesday evening. Every available chair in that great structure was oc­ cupied. It was not only the members of the Democratic party who were there, but friends and admirers from every party and in every walk of life, all bid their distinguish townsman farewell. President Bert Fesler, of the Bryan Towne Club, introduced Joseph Ward Reynolds as toastmaster. Mr. Rey­ nolds was an excellent toastnlaster, and his introductory remarks were particularly happy. He first presented the Hon. C. D. O'Brien of St. Paul, whose theme was "Democracy." His speech was witty and strictly to the point. Following him came match­ less leader, who through two battles has led the alied forces of reform,...

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. — 26 October 1901

•"•tT .•» VOL. 7, No. 28. 1 flfifiJiGntftSih If You Knew Of the op­ portunities that are afforded •hoppers at The New Store each week in the way of "Genuine Shoe Bar­ gains." you would not heatltate a moment before you decide where you will buy your shoes. Our fall lines all in stock LADIES' PINE SHOES—Patent tip. welted extension soles. Cuban heels a special leader— $2.48 LADIES' FINE SHOES, kid. patent leather or kid tips lace or button all sizes and widths— $1.49 LADIES' SPRING. HEEL SHOES, kangaroo calf tips, perfectly water­ proof sixes 2M to 0— $1.49 LADIES' BOX CALF SHOES—Sty­ lish toes and heels. Just the shoe for fall and winter wear— $1.98 LADIES' HOUSE SLIPPER8—Fan­ cy bow. opera toes and heels, beauty 98 cents BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES—Veal calf tops, all solid soles sizes 2% to 5%— $1.24 LITTLE, MEN'S SHOES—Has out­ side back stay, satin calf vamps sizes 9 to 13V&— 98 cents For Hunters MEN'S CANVAS LEGGINGS—Best auallty—buckle and lace—worth 75c and $1.00 per pair—to close...

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. — 26 October 1901

The Labor World. PUBU8HBD EVERY SATURDAY. Establshed In 1898 by Sabrle O. Aldn Business Office, 333 Manhattan Building Dulth Minn. Zenith Telephone IB. •UBSCRXFTIONt One year, advance ...VLOO ttx Months, in advance (Three Months, In advance ...«• .15 Single copies, S ceo*. Advertising rates made known ea appli­ cation. gTRADES $ S&DthTS Entered at tne Fostofflee at Dalmth, Minn., as second class matter. Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. John Pierpont Morgan says the work Ingmen are "d fools." His power proves It. Charity is the temple of which justice Is the foundation, but you can't have the top without the bottom.—Ruskin. Free silver was not really In issue In the last campaign it will be of still smaller interest by 1904. The industrial question has in it the only live politi­ cal issue of the times. When organized labor goes on a poli­ tical strike and refuses to work for the supremacy of politicians who cater to trusts and monopolies there will be more hopes for succss.—...

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. — 26 October 1901

I VK I* ii fs 'v THE RIGHTS OF MAN hi Civilization involves government. Government is the power of all. delegated to a chosen number, with a view to the conservation of the rights of each, and the defense of such rights against the encroachment of any. The existence of government involves expense. The only source from which this ex­ pense can be met is taxation. Taxation meets a contribution from each indlvilual to the common fund, the amount contributed in each case being the. fair and Just equivalent of the benefit conferred by government.. The payment of taxes, therefore, means the giving up to the common fund by each citizen of some portion of that which he possesses, as the price of the benefit which he obtains in the conveniences supplied and the protection afforded by government. All that the individual .possesses is included in the terms, his rights and the payment of taxes acordingly in­ volves the relinquishment of the portion of his Individual rights fof the general benef...

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. — 26 October 1901

*V iV.. *«•'. The tanks into which the oil was turned are Nos. 238 and 239. They had been emptied so that four feet of oil remained in each. The well was turned on. and at the end of seventeen min­ utes shut off and turned into a steel storage tank. The capacities of The main from the well to the tanks is six inches in diameter, and 459 feet in length. There are nine elbbws, one at the top of the well above the valve, one at the ground where the 6-inch main is connected, one 450 feet away where the main line branches to the tanks, one at the foot of each tank, where a 15-foot riser takes the oil up. one at each tank where the turn is made to carry the oil across the top of the tank and one more on each where the oil falls Into the tank. In all nine elbows, and the oil making twelve turns before it is put into the tanks. It is very easy to see what this gusher was INJURIES PROVE FATAL Frits Schoeller, of Brewery Workers Union Meet* Death. Fritz Schoeller, a prominent member of the Br...

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. — 2 November 1901

L-. 'V. 'r 1 ). CMMrcn's Dag me ClOaK DeparmcnL $2.25. Wright's Sanitary Fleeced Health Underwear, absolutely non-irritat­ ing today—each— 98 cents. Men's Fancy Crossed Striped Shirts and Drawers, finely finished, all wool. Special, only each— $1.25. Odd Lot of Men's Large Size Under­ shirts, fleeced We were never in a better shape to fit out' the little ones with nobby and stylish Coats, Jackets and Bonnets for school and dressy bccasions. We would be pleased to have you bring the little ones in and let us show you the lines. MISSES* PEBBLED CHEVIOT Coats, 25 inches long, red or Dlue, at­ tached cuffs, yoke effect in finely stitched black strap trimming. Is a good value at $10.50—today— $6.75 Ages 14, 16, 18 years. FINE PEBBLE CHEVIOT COAT, for Misses length 25 inches, full satin lined. A very natty garment and good value at $13.50. In reds, blues, browns, greys—today at $9.50 Ages 14, 16 18 years. MISSES' KERSEY COATS. 25-IN. long. In blue, red, castor anid black, satin lined, sto...

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. — 2 November 1901

''•f&V: svx PUBLISHED BT1RT BATDSIMJ. Establshed In 1896 by Sabrle Q. Akin Business Office, S33 Manhattan Building Dulth, Minn. Zenith Telephone M. •TJBSCRIPTlOlll One jiMti iflvmcf Ms Months. in advance Three Months, in advance .* Blngie copies, I eenie. AArwIliliig rate* made known aatlon. j^ssgK^m Entered at tne Postoffloe at IHMth, Minn., as seeond elase matter. Wm, B. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. There is not another city in the coun­ try that can boast of a finer line of union inade cigars than Duluth. Every true union man should see that the box bears the blue label. Duluth merchants carry as fine a line of union made shoes as can be found In the northwest. Duluth un­ ion men should call for and accept none but union made shoes. Trades unions have results to stand upon. They have but to point to their achievements to convince every sober, thinking worker of their usefulness, of their necessity and of their bright pos­ sibilities for the future. Race with your fellow-man,...

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. — 2 November 1901

V\ 1 is r, f. M. i*\ W I Napoleon was probably the equal of Washington in Intellect and his super­ ior in education. Both of them were successful in serving the state. Tto both there came a time that tried their souls, revealing the weakness of the one and the strength of the other. Na­ poleon saw the thrones of Europe tot­ tering—their scepters in the hands of the timid and weak. Ambition prompt­ ed him to seise them and distribute them among his family and friends. For a time he was the autocrat of the world but the inevitable change came, and he died a prisoner on rocky St. Helena. Washington, too, was victorious in war. An unpaid soldiery clamored against the government ambitious friends offered him the dictator's sword, but his monitor, conscience, stood by him and told him of the greatness of a free people. He himself had crossed the Alleghanles, had been a surveyor in the mountains, and had looked out far on the western vales. It Is' said that Henry Clay, crossing the summits...

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. — 2 November 1901

U' ~v TT OiaMBLOCIS aiTOM Oriental Rugs The lockouts during the same period numbered. 1,005, with a wage loss to employes of $48,819,745, a loss through assistance rendered by labor organiza­ tions of $3,451,461, and a loss to em­ ployers of $19,927,983. The total losses by strikes and lockouts reaches the vast sum Of $468,968,581. It is curious to note that in 50.77 per cent of the establishments in which strikes occurred they were successful, In 13.04 per cent partially successful, and in 36.19 per cent failures. THIS 18 THE TIME) OP ALL TIMES TO PURCHASE ORIENTAL Rugs, when the prices are so low as to make each purchase a splen did paying investment. This rug sale is eclipsing any previous ef­ fort on our part. About 350 of the most magnificent Oriental Ruga ever offered at the following exceptional savings: In 50.79 per cent of the establishments where lockouts were ordered success attended the efforts of the employers, -while in 6.28 per cent they were partial­ ly successful an...

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. — 9 November 1901

MM r: '1 •f V, if Voii. 7, No. 28. The Machine $17.50. I A I Fully Guaran­ teed for 10 years. 5£ SOMEPEOPLE Are hard to please—especially in the stove line. Our line of heaters was never more complete. As for quality, they are unsurpassed—for quantity and number to choose from—We know that we can please you. ROUND OAK HEATERS: $7.50, $8.75, $10 UP. AIR TIGHTS: $3.50, $4.50, $5 UP. BASE BURNERS: $25-00 up to $60.00, EASY PAYMENTS. rreneb & sassen, Complete House Furnishers. COPPER! FOR SAFE, PR0FIT1BLE, INVESTMENT, The Parry Sound Copper Mining Co., ltd. STOCK FULLY PAID-DON-ASSESSABLE. Subscriptions accepted in amounts of $25.00 and upwards twenty-five cents a share. For prospectus, subscription blanks and full information, call or address: EDWARDS, WOOD & CO. Room A, Torrey, Building:, Duluth, Minn. A OwASS BLOCK. DULUmrilNN Sale Sewing Machines We are offering the Celebrated Glass Block Sewing Machine at the lowest prices ever known. These machines are guaranteed for ten y...

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. — 9 November 1901

fe •f S A l-\" Ju^Sca don't talk back. "'*vn The Labor World. PUBLISHED B7IRT I4TDBD&1. Establshed In 1896 by Sabrie O. Akin Business Office, 333 Manhattan Building Dulth, Minn. Zenith Telephone M. SUBaCRIFTXONt One yvifi advance. atz Months. la advane* Three Months, in ttfmoe....... tingle eeplea, I **•*•. AdreitMiif rate* nade knows en appli­ cation. Mgs couwcf Entered at Me PostoBea at Dalath. Nina., ae Seeond etass matter. Wm. A McEwsn, Editor Md Publisher. Union label shoes are just the fit. If you haven't yaled on a. measure, Capital and labor should be equal partners In the conduct of ^business. The sword la but a hideous flash In the darkness—right is an eternal ray. The fellow looking for trouble never fails to find plenty of It loose at hand. Don't forget that In organizing others you are strengthening your own back­ bone. It isn't always the one that does the most talking that does the most think lag. The most foolish thins a labor organ­ ization can do is to break 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. — 9 November 1901

rfj'/r 1 I 2 «rt Q. From your charming poems of the Common life I infer that while you are deeply in sympathy with the tollers the world over, and keenly alive to present day injustice, you are an opti­ mist in regard to future social condi­ tions. Will you give us your views on what you helieve the twentieth cen­ tury will accomplish for the artisan class, or rather what will be accomp­ lished in the way of social readjust­ ments that will develop character and dignity and enrich the life of all? For I think thoughtful people are everywhere coming to recognize the solidarity of the race and the Implica­ tion that such realization carries, viz., that no man can gain permanently or secure anything of real value that will of the rights, happiness, or development outlive this fleeting life, at the expense of another. A. It is true I am inclined to be optimistic in regard to future social conditions. There is a good world, and longest step content. age discontent to those 7A t-L 'V devo...

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. — 9 November 1901

•$& earned a :k Subscribe for the Labor World. GOOD RUBBERS If you want good Rubbers and Overshoes, the kinds that will stand good wear, try the WALES/GOODYEAR. They have stood the test of years. JC JC 7C Men's $1.50 Arctics— 98c Ladies' Storm Alaskaa— 49c Childs' Button Arctics— 98c M'GUIRE IN TROUBLE. Veteran Labor Leader la Short In His Accounts. P. J. McGuire, secretary of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and father of the American Federation of Labor, is short in his accounts to the amount of $10,000. The news was received in Du luth with deep regret, as Mr. McGuire is quite a favorite with local labor men. This is another example of paying too little wages by organized labor for valu­ able services. Mr. McGuire has been an Indefatigable worker for his organiza­ tion. He has been obliged to travel from place to place with limited travel­ ing expenses, and in order to maintain the dignity of his office, he has become a defaulter after twenty years' service. If it was not...

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. — 16 November 1901

11 &•• 2^fc LJ •r 'i' y.. (i IJ^WRPT ft These waists comprise the entire sample line of one of the most prominent manufac facturers of the East and range in value from $4.98 to $6.98 each wholesale. They consist of Taffetas, Peau de Soies and Satins. Colors are black, white, cream white, pink, blue, tans, red9, cerise, lavender, yellow, etc., and are made up in the latest and most attrac­ tive designs. No two of these waists are alike, so if you want a swell shirt waist dif­ ferent from anyone else at a fraction of its value, you should not miss this opportunity. Sizes 34, 36, 38 only. Remember only FPsI The New England. The Criterion. The Grill. The Boston., The Delicatessen. The Columbia. Silk Waists. We place on sale In our cloak and suit departments on the second floor— 100 Silk Waists at $3.75 each. $3-75 each. Patroaize iiBkm Resiuratfs. Members of organized labor and their friends are re" quested to patronize only such restaurants that display the Union Card. The Crystal....

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