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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 8 March 1902

GSBATEST DAYLIGHT STOBB. FIVE DOLLAR SHOES AT $3.50. Queer things happen in trade sometimes—and play havoc with the profits of a maker's business—for instance, here's a lot of Shoes that were bought to sell at $5. They're made and billed to us as $5 goods, but some careless employe put the wrong stamp on the sole of part of them—the stamp of a less costly shoe and there you are. We make a claim and the maker mnst stand the loss, and that's exactly how you come to get shoes that are worth $5.00 in any shoe shop in the land at $3.50. Here's a hint of what they're like. For the rest you must come and see them. Women's $5.00 Shoes $3.50— of fine patent leather—with soft vici kid top, Louis XVI. heel fine hand turn sole—a beautiful shoe in looks and service—$3.50. Women's Shoes at $4.00— of fine French kid, with cloth top —solid leather military heels and hand turn sole—in all the latest shapes and styles—a fine shoe in every way and you save a dollar or more on every pair. Misses' $2 Sc...

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. — 8 March 1902

..•-- •/. .• THEI IT X' CRITICISM ft ®S!~ wm'j *»L S-V'-'-HWIJ^ THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Established in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Business Office, 333 Manhattan Building, Duluth, Minnesota. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance $1.00 Three months, In advance 25 8tx months, in advance 50 Single copies ......5 cents Advertising rates made known on application. COUNCIL Entered at the Postoffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class, matter. ,Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. IS INDUSTRIAL PEACE WANTED? MOST surprising thing in labor circle* is'the fifcrce arid unwarranted attacks upon the Civic Federation in general and organized labor in particular by persons and papers who are but remotely concerned in the actions of either. Harsh epithets are showered at this or that member of the Federa­ tion. The members representing organized labor are depicted as being either fools or knaves, who are both 'dumb and 'dishonest, "tt would be interesting to know upo...

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. — 8 March 1902

SUBSIDY BILL WAS PUT OVER SENATORS VEST AXD MAIXORY IX ABLE TO BE PRESENT YES­ TERDAY. BOTH EXPECTED TO SPEAK BACON CONTINUES OPPOSITION TO PROTECTION OF PRESIDENT. Home Worked AH Day on Bill to Classify the Rural Free Deliv­ ery Service. WASHINGTON, March 7.—On ac­ count of the indisposition of Mr. Vest of Missouri and Mr. Mallory of Flor­ ida, who expected to speak today on the pending ship subsidy bill, that measure was not considered by the sen­ ate today. The jfetomatfc and consular appro prfation bill was passed and then the senate took up the measure for the protection of the president of the Uni­ ted States. Mr. Bacon of Georgia con­ tinued his speech of yesterday in op­ position to the bill making an extend­ ed constitutional argument against it. The senate agreed to make the bill the unfinished business at the conclusion of consideration of the ship subsidy bill. The bill to classify the rural free delivery service and to place the car­ riers under tihe contract system hel...

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. — 8 March 1902

j» ?', &• J& "*i, THE BIG— GL'ASS BLOC 'STOR& New 54-inch Suitings— Very strong and serviceable everyday wear—these goods going very rapidly at TIE FIRST WIN SELECTED IW TIE MtMHLYN BftJWf Was a very tiny, insignificant thing. It couldn't have supported a very large load, but by the gradual adding of strand to strand, winding and weaving one upon the other, were formed the mighty cables which, an­ chored deep in mother earth, now support the mighty structure, giving safe passage to a never-ending stream of traffic. The sinewy strength of a house like Panton & White's does not depend upon a single-stranded pol­ icy. The quality of our merchandise, the convenience of our store, the courtesy of our clerks, our moderate pricing, our willingness to receive back goods and return money—these are a few of the countless strands that, Interwoven into a liberal and enlightened policy, support our wonder­ ful organization, and make it profitable to all who can enjoy its remarkab...

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. — 15 March 1902

TUCMEN ARE ACTIVE LOCAL ORGANIZATION LISTENS TO ADDRESS FROM THEIR CHIEF. Licensed Tug-men'g Organization Ii BelnK lloonied TbU Spring—Grand President McCarle. Successor to M. J. Ryan Speaks of the Organiza­ tion, Itt» Work and Prospects for the Season—The Wage Question. The Licensed Tugfmen's Association Is receiving another boom this spring. On Thursday evening an enthusiastic meeting was held in the Kalamazoo building. There was a large attendance of members, and the meeting was ad­ dressed by Charles A. McCarle recent­ ly elected Grand President to succeed 31. J. Ryan of Duluth, the father of the organization. Mr. McCarle's \home is in Chicago. In an interview, Mr. McCarle said that everything is harmonious in the organization. "We are looking forward to a most successful season, and I am sure that such will be experienced. There have been stories of rupture and discord among the tugmen but they are with­ out foundation. That story about the tugmen going out on strike and tying ...

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. — 15 March 1902

'p MAYOR f- v. NO 4 THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Established in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Business Offloe, 333 Manhattan Building, Duluth, Minnesota. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One fiu^ 1b Advance $1.00 Three months, in advance 25 Biz months, In advance 60 Single copies ........Scents Advertising rates made known on application. CTRAPE3 irSSffl COUNCIL Entered at the Postoffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. MAYOR HUGO'S MESSAGE- HUGO'S JOHN message is an able and comprehensive document. It not only refers to the work orf his adminis­ tration for the past year, but it contains many good and ^timely recommendations as well. Labor'should read carefully those parts in which it is vitally interested. The acquirement of the West Duluth Water Plant is a movement to further municipal ownership. The mayor suggests that if the plant can not be secured at a nominal figure, that con­ demnation proceedings be begun against 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. — 15 March 1902

,...?.. 1 •—4i -,..U .*'. -. .- .... LADIES' SHOES. 49 oaaia 50 pairs Ladies' $2.00 and $3.00 Shoes, odd kinds and small sizes. Removal price..49c 59 cent* 70 pairs Ladies' $1.50 goat button shoes. Removal price 59c $1.39 200 pair Ladies' fine kid Shoes, worth $2.50, button or lace, kid or patent tip. Removal price $1.39 91M Ladies' $2.00 Lace Shoes, kid or box calf, heavy soles. Removal price $1.48 $1.69 100 pairs Ladies' $2.50 Kid Shoes, patent tips, new extension soles, all sizes. Remov- NO MENTION OF POLICE CHIEF EXECUTIVE'S THIRD ANNUAL MES AGE IS READ. Varibm Recommendations Are Made. Clerk Cheadle Given a Scare. The new council took on the breath ©f life Tuesday and organized, with Alderman R. D. Haven at the head. Mayor Hugo made a number of ap­ pointments, omitting, however, that of chief of police, and his message, the third annual, containing about 5,000 words and embracing every depart­ ment of the municipal government, was read. It will be found below. The mayor's appoi...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 March 1902

I DEATH OF ALTGELD DIED II THE HARNESS SPEAKING FOR LIBERTY. TonckiBK Tribute Paid by Clarence S. Harrow, His Law Partner—Alt geldi Last Speech—His Remark­ able Optimism la Maintained to the Last—Was a Devoted Man, and Stood For Greater Liberty. "I am not discouraged. Things will right themselves. The pendulum swings one. way and then the other. But the steady pull of gravitation is toward the. center of the earth. Any structure must be plumb if it is to endure or the building will fall. So it is with nations. Wrong may seem to triumph. Right may seem to be de­ feated. But the gravitation of eternal justice is upward toward the throne of God. Any political institution if it is to endure must be plumb with that line of justice." The above were the closing words of John P. Altgeld's last speech. He died in the harness, pleading the cause of liberty. Many touching tributes have been paid to his life. Among them is that of his law partner, Clarence S. Darrow, which is as follows: John 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. — 22 March 1902

r' $ 7,. No. 47 NO FIND Of MWKS CANDIDATES FOR LEGlSLATVRiB ARE ALREADY APPEARING. Vhe \ew Primary Election Law Gives Us a Continuous Round of Politics—Senatorial Candidates Are Plentiful—Laybourne and Daugherty May Be Candidates Against Each Other. The primary election law. Keeps the politicians busy. They are building their fall fences already. A primary election will be held in September, a general election in No­ vember, another primary in December end a city election in February, after which there will be a rest for ten months. Very little is being said about candi­ dates for county offices just now. It is perhaps a little early to consider them, but candidates for the state senate are looming up. Representatives Laybourne and Pugh want to enter the senate, and they have bumped up against a etone wall the first thing. Senator Daugherty would like to re­ turn, but in order to do so he must give Mr. Laybourne a battle. Looks like it will be a merry scramble. Senator Baldwin must ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 22 March 1902

BVIIAMB A J? THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Bstab-ttahed in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Office, 483 Manhattan Building, Duiuth, Minnesota. Zenith Telephone €5. SUBSCRIPTION: Oat PHIr t» adraace .,*«««.......11.00 Three months, in advance 25 Six soeatha. la advsast........ 60 Single copies ..5 cents AdT«rtlalng rates made known on application. EfilSgfc CTWADCS fyggyi council: Entered at the Postoffice at Duiuth, Minn., as second class matter. Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. CRITICISM OF UNIONS GENERAL feeling as to high prices in building has fright­ ened to some extent prospective builders this year. That is if local articles in the newspapers count for anything. Whenever a complaint about prices is heard, there are those,—who, perhaps, can not stand investigation tbfeJrttflYMf-pwho are ever ready to lay all of the blame at the doors of the trade union. So much is said about the arbitrary ruling of labor. While we will not pretend to defend every position assumed by a t...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 22 March 1902

1/ *«b'4 3^.1 SIMS WAGES PENSION WAR TE5MEHRI! CONGRESSMAN CHAR. GES DISCRIMINATION. QUOTES TELLING FIGURES STATES WITH MEMBERS 0\ IWAUD PENSION COMMITTEE FAVORED. Page Morrla Adopts Unique Plan for Distribution of Flower Seeds. WASHINGTON, D. C., March 20— Representative Sims, of Tennessee, is making a campaign against pension legislation and charges recklessness and discrimination by the house in the passage of private pension bills. Fig­ ures show that at the short session of the lart .Qgtygfesg in four days 707 pri­ vate pension bills were passed, of which 467 were for increase, and that the average of the increases allowed was above 200 per cent. Colonel Sims holds that there should be a general law regulating the in­ crease of pensions so that one man should not be given double the amount given another of like disability result­ ing from like Service. The methods that obtain in legislation In the grant of increase is thuB described by Mr. Sims: "A man goes before the pension b...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 22 March 1902

& PffarX 7lailoy~ MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS...... The Latest 1902 Styles. i-UGAu LABOR NOTES. Brief News of the Week in Liibor Circles. J. W. Richardson, business egent of the Building Trades Council is this week doing jury duty at the District court. He is one of the jurors on the Karvo murder case. Gordon O'Neill has decided to write to the Lake Superior locals of the Long'shoremens International Union that the expression from them relative to holding an early conference at the Soo was insufficient to warrant the issuing of a call. Wm C. Hennelly, National Advertis­ ing Agent for the Hatters union was in Duluth last week. He reports that there are no "Ruelof" boycotted hats sold in Duluth. The building contractors of the city are endeavoring to organize a Builders Exchange. The reasons for the exis tance of such an organization are un­ known, unless it be to either unite on prices, or to wage war against organ­ ized labor. As organized labor is not looking for fight the latter reas...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 29 March 1902

VOL. 7,. No. 48 All Union Clerks in this Store THE ATTIRED PEOPLE Our shoes have an individual- POETIC PRAISE Has been bestowed upon the teeth in all times. That shows how quickly people notice the teeth and what prominent factors they are in beauty. Your teeth may be disagreeable to yourself and repulsive to your friends. Perhaps we can improve yours. DWIITH DENTIL PARLORS, 3 West Superior Street. Near Lake Avenue. DULUTH, MISSABE & NORTHERN RAILWAY CO'Y. 7:40 am Lv Duluth Ar— pm 3:40 8:15 am Ar. Proctor Lv pm 3:10 10:12 am.Ar Iron Junction Lv.pm 1:12 10:20 am Ar Wolf Lv pm 1:05 10:35 am Ar Virginia Lv pm 12:50 10:29 am Ar Eveleth Lv pm 12:57 10:56 am Ar Sparta Lv pm 12:31 11:20 am Ar Biwabik Lv pm 12:12 10:40 am.Ar Mountain Iron Lv.pm 12:30 11:05 am Ar Hibbing Lv pm 12:27 THE ity of style that makes them different from shoes bought at other stores. FOR LADIES FOR GENTLEMEN FOR MEN AND WOMEN $5.00. Daily except Sunday. J. B. HANSON, Gen. Pass. Agent. tpeeUU notice, mm 50 YEARS'...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 29 March 1902

0m tt !r- 4 mtt '^pwrr^ THE LABOR WOKI PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Established in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Business Office, 333 Manhattan Building, Duluth, Minnesota. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance $1.00 Three months, in-.wl vance.. 91x months, in advance 50 Single copies ....iVi Advertising rates made known on application. TRADES I TOT 1 council: Entered at the Postoffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class fatter. Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. WORKINGMAN'S CLUB ROOMS. roil can not destroy the workingraan's club room," says the defender of the social feature of the saloon, 'fhe phrase was perhaps first used in comparing the rich man's club, where he can be supplied with the choicest of wines and liquors, and where he can amuse himself in anything from cribbage to poker, with that of the saloon, where the poor man can afford to enjoy himself, like his more fortunate worm in the elaborate club room. Laws may be enacted to destroy the social feature of the s...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 29 March 1902

-~-t jfi Open Saturday till 10:30. WOMEN'S LABOR NOTES. Whnt Women Are Doing in the Field of Labor. Miss Molly "VVeitler, a shoe worker, has been appointed special factory in­ spector in Ohio. Though but recently appointed she has already found much needing attention by the state regard­ ing conditions under .which many wom­ en and children are working. Viola­ tors of the child labor law are being looked after vigorously. The Woman's Union Label League of South Bend, Indiana, is doing good work. The league is active in organ­ izing- a Woman's Federal union, which they hope to see accomplished in the near future. The International Ladies' Garment Workers' union, with headquarters in New York city, has adopted a union label which every member of the label leagues ought to be familiar w'th. It is black lettering on a red background, tting forth the advantages of buying c'othing bearing this label, which guar­ antees that the articles wera made in c!pan, sunlighted workshops.. The Typog...

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 March 1902

$1 :k INDIGNATION OVER DELAY CIT1ZBXS OF CASPER, WYO„ WAST MURDERER WOODWARD EXECUTED. LYNCHING IS THREATENED HIS CRIME WAS THE KILLING OP SHERIFF PICKER. Town Filled With People Asiembled to Witness HansrliiK—Prisoner Happy Over Court's Decision. CASPER, Wyo., March 27.—General indignation is felt on till sides on ac­ count of the delay of the execution of Charles Woodward, convicted of the murder of Sheriff Picker. The most conservative people believe he will be lynched, but others declare he will be taken from the jail Friday night and hanged on the gallows prepared for his legal execution. Casper is filling up with people who came to witness the legal hanging of the man, not knowing that the supreme court had granted a stay of execution and many of them express the hope that there will be no delay. Woodward is extremely happy over the action of the supreme court, for he believes he has several years yet to live. SALMON CANNERIES COMBINE. From the San Francisco Chronicle. E. B. D...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 5 April 1902

YOU WILL HAVE TO HURRY! If You Don't y/ant to Miss the Wonderful Attraction ...AT THE... ...GRAND... ..INDOOR EXPOSITION ...AT THE... ARMORY. Admission, 25c. Children under 12,15c A HOME PRODUCT *4 1 IT WINS EVERY TIME In the race for purity, strength and general all around flour superiority— DULUTH UNIVERSAL FLOUR Easily beats the field. Its a high grade, hard spring wheat flour anq.m^^d^c^^b^ad^nd^lght blagult. .Try a aacfc, Qnly flourmade In OLDING 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 of all with the palatable flavor and strengthening qualities of the best beer. Try it as an appetizer and tonic—it is good. Duiuih Brewing and Maiitof Co BOYS' WAISTS—50c, FOR 25c BOYS' WAISTS—75c, FOR 37+c BOYS' WAISTS—Sl.00, FOR 50c CORDUROY PANTS 50c, 75c and Sl.00 PAIR SUITS $1.50, S2.00,13.00, $4.50, S0.00 mmmm...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 5 April 1902

THE LABOR WORLD, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Eitftbliahed in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Bailneu Office, 833 Manhattan Building, Duluth, Minnesota. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: On* year, advance $1.00 Three months, in advance 25 81x months/in advance. 50 Single copies 5 cents Advertising rates made known on application. CTRADES (PHSW COUNCli: 4&UTHT Entered at the Postoffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. FREE LABOR BUREAU. HE REMOVAL of the Free Labor Bureau to a point nearer the labor center is being advocated by several of the city officials. At last Monday evening's council meeting the question of removing it to an isolated room in the Manhat­ tan building was discussed and rejected. It is apparent from the argument presented at the meeting that a majority of the council wish to put the Bureau to the very best use. If a free labor bureau is to be a success they want to know it, and hence, they desire to give it every kind of a ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 5 April 1902

PLEADS FOR RECIPROCITY PRESIDENT-ELECT PALMA ASKS FOR RELIEF FOR CUBA. GREAT CHANCE FOR TRADE PROPOSED TARIFF REDUCTION WOULD BE OF NO BENEFIT. New York Chamber of Commerce Requested to Help Remove Ban on Sugar and Tobacco. NEW YORK, April 3.—T. Estrada Palma, president-elect of the Cuban republic, addressed the New York chamber of commerce today. Mr. Pal­ ma, who was introduced by Mr. Mor­ ris K. Jessup, president of the cham­ ber, said thai in his judgment com­ merce was the most important wheel in the complex mechanism of a political body. It was an efficient factor in de­ veloping- thfe resources of a country, in promoting and' building up its indus­ tries, in fostering the energies of the people and carrying their activities beyond the boundaries of the nation into all parts of the world. "With my conviction that the best and surest way to attach one country to another consists in building up and strengthening the trade relations through reciprocal exchange of pro­ ducts and 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. — 5 April 1902

TIE JOHNSON POVERTY AXD IDLENESS CA1SE DRINK. Women and Poverty—Poverty In the Mainspring of SelfiHhnesN—'Two Classes Open to the Temptation of Intemperance Are the Very Poor and the Very Rich—The Neutrality*' of Trading Classes. A portion of Ira Stewart's Poverty given in the Federationist for April will interest every student of the new thought. Ira Stewart's life work was to bring about the universal eight hour day. His analysis of "Poverty" shows how keen and logical a mind he possessed. After dealing with poverty among the classes which is often hidden by pride he refers to poverty among women, and poverty and Its relation to intemper­ ance in the following manner: "Poverty falls the most crushing on woman. In all countries and in all ages, among the middle and lower classes, she has worked harder and for less pay than men. A woman who has no resources for a living except from the labor of her own hands is tolerably sure in time to become either the poor man's slave or the rich...

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