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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 26 July 1902

t- ray How. ion. can they hope for prog­ ress if they divide their efforts and split up into factions? How can they direct Iheir energies in one channel with the workers divided among themselves? A brief review of the history of the "American Labor Union" is very timely, and shows plainly the fact that behind the movement there is not the wise desire to aid in the union labor movement, but cov»rt purpose to Mail Popular I Prices Wash Goods. All reduced in price. Remnants at Half and Less. But a few days and we will turn our attention to fall lines. We are making startling reduct­ ions to effect an early clearance. Big tables, loaded with some of this season's best styles* yet remain for your selection. White Waist Goods—Madras Cloths, lace stripes and other excellent patterns 111/"* selling regularly at 15c and 18c, on sale at Splendid line of Lawns, colors and pat terns most excellent, wash very success fully. Our sale price Dimities, Batistes, Lawns, good patterns and colorings, s...

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 July 1902

"L TRUTHtruth ,T Tl1 1 1 THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Established in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Boftiness Office, 333 Manhattan Building, Duluth, Minnesota. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: Out year, la advance ....$1.00 Three months, In advance..... 25 Six months, In advance 50 Single copies ......... 6 cents Advertising rates made known on application. CTRADES fSfglCOUWCli: Entered at the Postofflce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. WILL FORCE LABOR INTO POLITICS. ABOR should keep out of politics," is the unanimous chorus of the capitalistic press and the mistaken, but often honest and sincere, labor leaders who can see nothing beyond the trades union movement. Well, labor has kept out of politics,, in the sense that they mean, for years and years. They, that is, the capitalistic crowd, do not want labor to stay away from the polls. They are very will­ ing to get labor votes. What they mean is that they do not want the worki...

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 July 1902

W 7 ty PIONEER WOMAN OF NEW FRANCE «BROIC WOMEN WHO GAVE UP LUXURIOUS LIVES* FOR WORK OP CIVILIZATION. CAME TO CANADA IN 1608 «RBCE1BD MAYFLOWER'S Patronize "i.'1 10 HEROINES 12 YEARS. Tragedy of Marguerite tie Roberval. First White Woman to Come to Land of "Our Lady of Snows." From the Detroit Free Press: Twelve years before the Pilgrim Fathers disembarked at Plymouth, in 1620( the Illy-strewn banner of France was planted on the headlands of Que­ bec. To the infant colony came, from time to time, a few women from the mother country. These heroic souls, the pioneer women of Canada, had as romantic lives, were as noble in aims and as fervent in sacrifice as the nine­ teen women of the Mayflower. The history of many of the Canadian wom­ en can never be written, for they left no record of their adventures. The annals of a few have been preserved, but they are little known outside the Some Great Gubbing The Labor World has made arrangements with the publishers of some of the leading per...

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 July 1902

tjfe -x 1 s,:\. :& 1 LABOR AND CAPITAL SAMUEL GOMPERS ON PRlSdPLBS OF UNIONISM. Explains the Essence of the Conflict Between Capitalists and Labor. Says There is No Conflicts Be­ tween "Labor and Capital" for the Reason That the Two Are Practically Identical. There is no necessity to worry about how labor and capital can be reconciled, for they are one and the same. How the laborers and the capitalists can be reconciled is entirely within the scope of proper inquiry, and to which the at­ tention of both and of all students of economics and devotees to the social wel­ fare may well give their best thought and attention. And it may lead to the conclusion, despite the clamor which we hear, and the conflicts which occasionally occur, that there is a constant trend to­ ward agreement between the laborers and capitalists, employed and employer, for the uninterrupted production of wealth, and, too, with ethical consider­ ation for the common interests of all the people. No body of men ...

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 August 1902

VOL. 7, 1 V. When the tug trust was fighting for the control of the tug situation, they did not hesitate to inform a captain ,of a vessel that if he did not tow with them he would not get service where the opposition line had no tugs. "It is plain to be seen, that while the trust had easy sailing in this har­ bor there was no trouble of any kind, 1 but so soon as an independent tug line was started, and the independent tugs were getting the tows, they became desperate. The first thing they did was to shut us out from getting coai. They ultimately failed in this, although they had us guessing for a few days. "They next got away one of our chartered tugs, and attempted to head .off some that we intended to purchase. We finally were compelled to purchase .two in order that we would have them «ecure. This is what drove them fran tic. For some time we were doing but & small share of the work, but last week we had more than we could do with five tugs. The tugmen have es tablished a tu...

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 August 1902

LIVING PUBLISHED EVERY SATUBD&? Established in 1896 by Sabrie Q.-Akin. Boslness Office, 333 Manhattan Building, Dulnth, Minnesota. Zenith Telephone 65 SUBSCRIPTION. One year, la advance $1.00 Three months, In a^tince 23 Six months. In advance....' 50 Single coplef ... .6 cents Advertising rates made known on application. €THAPca IfflSncouwcii: •Mite Entered at the Postoffice'at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. GIVE AID TO THE MINERS. OWN in Pennsylvania there are 150,000 minerB struggling for a trifle more of this world's goods, t^an they have been in the habit of enjoying. They are making a heroic effort against frightful odds. For two long months this great army of toilers, without a break, under wise and gallant leadership, have refused to take up their tools /u##) justice is ac­ corded them. It is the greatest and most marvelous industrial war ever waged. Just think of the privations they are experiencing, the sacrifices they are ma...

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 August 1902

Patronize They're All in Line. One of the prettiest way to adorn an elaborate dress (such as silk or the sheer fabrics) is with series of gradu­ ated medallions, the largest one being at the foot. These medallions (square, ovals or diamonds may also figure) may be strung on strapping-or ribbons, or they may be 'unattached Black Chantilly is effective on cream white, delicate pink, blue and lilac, while the num.eroous white, cream and ecru laces combine well with ever so many colors. Ant It's a line whose trade we value very much. Nearly all the labor organizations of Duluth have indorsed. "Duluth Universal Flour. And -won't have anything else. They know the best when they see it. and insist on that brand. It's a home product—made from the choicest hard spring wheat—makes the healthiest bread and lightest biscuit, and*"'is always all right The grocer who tries to palm off any other brand on you with "It's just as good," has an ax to grind. He simply makes more money on the other. 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. — 2 August 1902

TRADES ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT HJWOHSCHAK SUBMITS HIS SEMl-AXXLAL, REPORT. Makes Some Good Recommendation!). Wants Railroad Orgranisatlona to Send Delegates—Amkit That Cost of Living: In Duluth Be Investiga­ ted—Only Union Teamsters Can .March In Parade. The Trades and Labor assembly held its regular meeting last Friday even­ ing. The feature of the meeting was the report of President Dworschak, •which was in part as follows: "This address will be very brief, and I will confine myself to suggestions that may better our organization in the first place, our organization com­ mittee should make a strenuous effort to induce the railroad labor organiza­ tions in Duluth to become alfiliated with the assembly. Such affiliation would strengthen our central body and be a powerful resource to the railroad men in event of trouble. The mutual benefit is obvious. "This committee should also -ndeav or to revive the once powerful saw­ mill workers' union, which I believe would add 500 men to Duluth'c r...

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 August 1902

4* 1 Vf 'k ASH LABOR'S VIEWS EIGHT HOIR LEAGUE WILL HOLD BIG CONVENTION. In Minneapolis in September—Em­ ployers and Employes to State Grievances and Snggest Means of BY WILLIAM A. SCHAPER. (Assistant Professor of Political Sci­ ence, University of Minnesota.) The Supreme Grand League of Am­ erica has secured the use of the ex­ position building in Minneapolis, in which to hold a convention in Septem­ ber, for the purpose of bringing to­ gether employer and employe for the purpose of creating a healthy agitation for more harmonious relations between capital and labor. The idea of holding a national con­ vention of employers and employes grew out of an earlier attempt to call a meeting of those interested in the eight-hour movement. Others took up the original plan, broadened, its acop^ Endorsed and Approved by Labor Unions, ence was decided upon tnat should bring together representative employ­ ers, the ablest spokesmen of organized labor and distinguished investigators of our indus...

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 August 1902

:—in THE LABOR "M PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Established in 1896 by Sabrie G.' Akift. Business Office, 333 Manhattan Building, Dulnth, Zenith Telephoae65. SUBSCRIPTION^ On* year, in advance -...$1.00 Three months, In advance, Six months, in advance .... .5Q Single copies Advertising rates made known on application. gTWADESirarrCOUNC Entered at the Pos tofflce at DuIuthrMinn., as second class matter Win. E. McEwenr Editor and publisher. HOW TO OBSERVE LABOR DAY. ULT7TH LABOR UNIONS are making extensive prepara­ tions for Labor Day. It is to be hoped that every union in the city will recognize the importance of doing all in its power to make the occasion memorable. How they appear, dress and in numbers,—will have much to do with their stand­ ing and power in this community. No organization, no matter how small can afford to neglect its duty on the coming holiday. This day belongs to labor. Its observance depends entirely upon the interest manifested by the trade organizations of the ei...

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 August 1902

5&- •wj ?. I 2 •V/i PRESIDENTS A WITNESSES \v- MANEUVERS FROM THE DECK OP THE WAR YACHT MAYFLOWER. GIVES REWARD TO GUNNERS URGES EACH MAN TO TAME PRIDE IN HIS WORK. Then Pressei Money Into tke Hand Of Each Giving 920 to 0'Don nell, the Pointer. GREENPORT. L. I.. Aug. 7.—Presi­ dent Rousevelt vesterday participated oil board the Mavflower in mimic war­ fare. The maneuvers which the ship executed were precisely those which might have to be gone through in an ac­ tive battle. After witnessing the work of the crew of number nine gun—the winners of the contest—the president personally went to the gun pointer, W. J. O'Don­ nell. and, shaking his hand,, said: "You did well—excellently." In au embarrassed manner, O'Donnell saluted. Calls (or Winning Crew. The shooting of the winning crew was phenomenally good. At an aver­ age range of 1.500 yards they fired twen­ ty shots and made sixteen hits, two of them being bull's eyes. At the conclu­ sion of the target practice ,the crew was assem...

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 August 1902

I f. fe- urn Payments LIMES9. OMLOSEK'S UP-TO-DATE CLOTH- IIINlllIB SI PER WEEK v» Easy Payments J. ADAM BEDE. announces himself as candidate for the Republican nomination for congress from the Eighth congressional district. COUNTY TREASURER. COIXTV TREASURER L. H. WHIPPLE is a candidate for renomination. If faithfulness and merits are entitled to consideration Mr. Whipplt should be again chosen for county treasurer. Those who have business ill isi office know full well how it is conducted. It is a source of much pride to every citi­ zen to know that the treasury depart­ ment of the county Is managed as care­ fully as any bank in the city. This has been the feeling of the people ever since Mr. Whipple has held the office. He is an old resident of the city, and has always been a public spirited citi­ zen His renomination will give con­ fidence and satisfaction tp all. AUDITOR. ODIN MALDEX county auditor, has announced himself as a candidate for re-nomination. His high standing and un...

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 August 1902

VOL. MAY BE AVOIDED. In the August American Federation ist Samuel Gompei*s replies to a recent article in the New York Evening Post in denunciation of the' "sympathetic strike." After outlining the principles of such strikes Mr. Gompers concludes in the following paragraphs: "Most of the anti-sympathetic strike talk is so loose and confused that it is next to impossible to deal with it systematically. When everything else fails, strikers are denounced in sweep­ ing terms as a lawless, disorderly lot. habitually resorting to personal vio­ lence and' assaults on property. This impresses the thoughtless and preju-' ligent and judicious.' 3*0 faSor 'ulgflrt? or officer has ever advised, encouraged or even tolerated violence in, strikes of any sort, and there is no issue here to discuss profitably. "Assume that a sympathetic strike of any, proportions is passive and peaceable, and then the Question whether it is moral or immoral, im­ proper or anti-social, fairly arises. So presented, th...

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. — 16 August 1902

Business rrftraii ir Uiihuibt rof I THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERY-SATURDAY. Established in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Office, 333 Manhattan Building, .Duljjith, Minnesota. Zenith Telephone 65. -if J? SUBSCRIPTION: On® year, In advance $1.00 Three months, In advance Six months, In advance.... 50 Single copies ....... ....... Advertising rates made known on application. CTRADES I R?PRI I COUNCIL! TH Entered at the Postofflce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter Wm E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. rRUSTS'AND COME1NES CONSPIRING. AT-AHE CLEVELAND CITIZEN has made the startling news I that the trusts are conspiring to destroy all labor organiza tions. The article is as follows: "The Citizen is reliably informed by a person who occupies a responsible position in the business world, but who is in thorough sympathy with the striking miners, that the anthracite coal barons, who are suffering enormous losses of millions of dollars per week, have asked for or were voluntarily tendered the ...

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. — 16 August 1902

FLAG RAISED FOR LINCOLN sFIRST POLE RAISED TO FLOAT OLD GLORY IY HONOR OF THE EMANCIPATOR. RELIC FOR OHIO CAPITAL (FRAGMENT OF THE STAFF GIVEN BUCKEYE STATE. Confederate Veteran Makes Pre­ sentation—Was Raised at De­ catur, 111., April 22, 186Q. From the Ohio State Journal: o: The relic room of the statehouse (has been enriched by the addition fa piece of the first flag pole ever raised in the United States in honor of Abra hma Lincoln. The pole was of white oak and was raised at Decatur, 111., April 22, 1860. It was 80 diet in height, three feet in diameter at the base and stood for many years after the assas­ sination of the martyr President. It was preserved as one of the great­ est treasures of ttie town and on Mem­ orial day of the present year the Grand Army posts of Decatur held a great celebration. It was decided to cut up the historic pole and to distribute pieces of It among various posts and historical societies. There was an immence crowd in the Illinois town, excursions...

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. — 16 August 1902

FLAG RAISED FOR LINCOLN (FIRST POI/E RAISED TO FLOAT OLl GLORY IX HONOR OF THE EMANCIPATOR. RELIC FOR OHIO CAPITAL (FRAGMENT OF THE STAFF GIVEN BUCKEYE STATE/ Confederate Veteran Make* Pre mentation—Wag Rained at De­ catur, 111., April 22, 18«Q. From the Ohio State Journal: The relic room of the statehouse (has been enriched by the addition fa piece of the first flag pole ever raised in the United States in honor of Abra hma Lincoln. The pole was of white oak and was raised at Decatur, 111., April 22, 1860. It was 80 diet in height, three feet in diameter at the base arid etood for many years after the assas­ sination of the martyr President. It was preserved as one of the great sest treasures of t'he town and on Mem­ orial day of the present year the Grand Army posts of Decatur held a great celebration. It was decided to cut up the historic pole and to distribute pieces of it among- various posts a,nd historical societies. There was an immence crowd in the Illinois town, excursions...

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. — 16 August 1902

c°NGRESSI0NAL J. ADAM BEDE. announces himself as candidate for the Republican nomination for congress from the Eighth congressional district. COUNTY TREASURER. COUXTY TREASURER L. H. WHIPPLE is a candidate for renomination. If faithfulness and merits are entitled to consideration Mr. Whipplt should be again chosen for county treasurer. Those who have business in isi office know full well how it is conducted. It is a source of much pride to every citi­ zen to know that the treasury depart­ ment of the county is managed as care­ fully as any bank in the city. This has been the feeling of the people ever since Mr. Whipple has held the office. He is an old resident of the city, and has always been a public spirited citi­ zen His renomination will give con­ fidence and satisfaction to all. W. A. HOLGATE is a candidate for the Republican nom­ ination for County Treasurer. Mr. Holgate has been a resident of Duluth for 15 years. In 1887 he sold out a large and profitable manufacturing busin...

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. — 23 August 1902

5t S?V Xi.. —$ VOL. 7, No. 49 JHIISON IS HERE BACK WOODS CANDIDATE FOR CON­ GRESS NOT SO BAD. Is Typical of the Men so Often Seen in the Minnesota Pineries-Say!) That There Are Sufficient Lanss on Onr Statute Books to Brinj? the Trust to Time—Pays Railroad Fare Wherever He Goes. "Good morning, sir. Are you the editor of the Labor World" "Yes sir." "My name is Jellison, from Cohasset, a candidate for congress in this congres- old time lumber jack, and just came to town to build my fences." Such was our introduction to Jesse L. Jellison, candidate for congressional honors, against Judge Edson and Adam Bede. Mr. Jellison is typical of the men so often seen in the northern pineries, six foot tall, iron gray hair, a strong forroughed face, small blue eyes and large calloused hands indi­ cating that he has seen the roughest side of life. He was dressed in a some­ what neat woolen suit, and wore a long frock coat and a Fedora hat, which with his iron gray hair gave Iiim a good appearance. ...

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. — 23 August 1902

THE with total "disregard for the public. THEREof v. THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYS Established in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Business Office, 333 Manhattan Building, Duluth, Minnesota. Zenith Telephone 65. SUBSCRIPTION: One re&r. In advance .$1.00 Three months, In advance -25 Six months, In advance 60 Single copies ......... ..........cents Advertising rates made known on applicatiOnC _tr TRAMS Entered at the Postofflce at Duluth, Minn., ss second class matter Wm. E. McEwen, Editor and Publisher. POLITICAL. LESSON IN COAL STRIKE. COAL STRIKE is being unnecessarily prolonged. The National Civic Federation has done everything within its power to induce the mine owners to arbitrate, but they positively refuse to do so. Men of influence in every walk of life have beseeched them to settle the strike but they arbitrarily answer, "No, we will run our own business, we will destroy the miners'union, and their able leader." But little anthracite coal is being mined. A shortage i...

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. — 23 August 1902

V. THIS LAKE FULL OF BASS. So Many of Them Indeed Tkat It Is No Fnn to Catch Thtm. Prom the New York Sua: A man who has not been in the Northwestern woods is apt to be in credulous of some of the things they contain. For instance,he would discredit the statement'that there is any such a thing as a lake covering many acres In which the black bass are "so thick that in places it is impo&sible to see the bottom. Yet that sort of lake is in Northern Minnesota and may be seen by any man who takes the trouble to go to it.- It is named Sand Lake and is near the little postofflce of Pine River, about 150 miles nearly due north of St. Paul. It is about 250 acres in extent and quite deep in. places. It is surrounded by a primeval forest of hemlock and pines and its banks are bold. It goes without saying that this is off a railway or other beaten track of trav­ el. Being populous with game flsn ft would have long ago but for its inac cessibility. Not more than a dozen anglers visit each ye...

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