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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 27 September 1902

PHASES OF TRUSTS BOW TO DEAL WITH COMPETITION IN ITS SEVERAL FORMS. Three Plana Are Suggested toStlmu late Competition—Objection ia Al­ so Made to Competition, and Pub­ lic Ownership and Control Is Sog ^(ested as the Only Logical Solution to the Trust Evil. By J. B. Smiley. Experience teaches that when an in­ dividual or a corporation has undisput­ ed control in any field of industry, the tendency is to seek to enrich itself at the expense of the public. To correct thin evil, which becomes an oppres­ sion and a serious evil needing correc­ tion, three different methods are some­ times advocated. The first is known as competition. It proposes to start out a number of competitors, asserting that in the wild, planless, reckless scramble for business which will fol­ low, prices will be forced down to the lowest point consistent with fairness, and that in the end justice will be done to all parties. The second method pro­ poses to apply to outside force, in the form of law, and compel th...

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. — 4 October 1902

Vol. 7, No. 45 The call further says fchat only bona fide wage workers, Mho are not mem­ bers of, or eligible to membership in, other trade uniqns, are eligible as del­ egates from fede.ral labor unions. As a matter of information to the Duluth trade* assembly let it be said that Relegates must be selected at least two weeks previous to the con­ vention, and their names must be for­ warded to the secretary of the American Federation of Labor immediately after their election. Don't allow favoritism to influence AGITATION FOR BETTER TIMES ('Hiiilidateg For Legrialatare Are I rgeil to Support Labor Bill*. A new movement was started today by organized labor under the auspices of the better times agitation committer of New York. Several labor organiza­ tions and trades unionists have decided to make labor legislation the means by which all candidates for public offices shall be pledged to use their best ef­ forts to bring about legislation of bene­ fit to the people and to protect them f...

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. — 4 October 1902

THE LABOR WORLD Published Every Saturday. Established in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Business Office, 333 Manhattan Build­ ing. Duluth, Minn. Zenith Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance $1.00 Six Months, in advance 50 Three months, in advance 25 Single Copies, 5 cents. Advertising Rates Made known on ap­ plication. Entered at the Po«*toffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, Editor and Publisher. PLUMBING INSPECTOR. There are some people in town who take exception to the crea­ tion of the office of plumbing in­ spector. They claim that the of­ fice is unnecessary, and will cause useless expense. Extrava­ gant claims against the office should not be made until the full­ est investigation is had. Does the public welfare de­ mand the inspection of plumbing? This is the vital question. We claim that it does. Defective and unsanitary plumbing has been re­ sponsible for more sickness in the homes than any other agency. So many people know so ...

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. — 4 October 1902

$1.00 for 90 cts DULUTH Union Directory. FEDERATED TRADES ASSEMBLY. —Meets 2nd and 4th Friday of each mouth at Kalamazoo Building. Pres., Henry Dworsehak vice pres., Henry 1'erreault: fin. sec.-treas., A. Victor Johnson trustees, Ole Larson. C. W. F. Hegc and H. W. Lanners: rec. sec.. J. W. Richardson. 208 W. Second St, BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL.— Meets 2nd and 4th Monday at Marine Engineers' hall. No. 31 West Superior St. Pres., Geo. Smith vice, pre."., Ed. Maere fin. sec.. A. L. Moore: treas.. E. A. Nelson rec. sec., J. W. Richardson. 208 West Second Street. AMALGAMATED MEAT CUTTERS' Union, No. 12.—Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month at Kalama­ zoo Block, President, J. H. Brown vice president, F. Schoening treas­ urer and fin. sec. John Lawson rec and cor. sec., Wm. Tunell, 913 W. Fo. .li St. CARPENTERS' UNION—MEETS ON Tuesday evenings at Kalamazoo Bldg. President, J. L. Heasley vice pres., Wm. Berbig fin. sec. S. T. Skrove, 310 East Sixth St. treasurer, Ed Ericfeon rec. sec., ...

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. — 4 October 1902

fl The "BELMAR" a $3.50 Ladies' Shoe for $2.98. FAY ON TRUST EVIL DEMOCRATIC CONGKESSIOXAJ* CAN­ DIDATE HAS STRONG CONVICTIONS. Advocates a National Commission to Examine Workings and Doings o£ All Trnsttt. Especially Those That Control the National 'Resources. Holds That Trnsts Are the Natur­ al Offspring of I'aternal Legisla­ tion. In our issue of Sept. 6th, we pub­ lished an interview with Marcus L. Fay, who was then just entering the lield for the Democratic nomination for congress from the Iuluth district. In this interview Mr. Fay advanced two strong propositions on the present in­ dustrial situation, viz: That he fa­ vored a n^J^onal board of arbitration and he favored congressional legisla­ tion that would require all corpora­ tions or trusts that went into the courts asking for injunctions against striking employes, to first file with the court a stipulation or agreement that they would arbitrate the matters in dispute. Since we published that in­ terview we have had the op...

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. — 11 October 1902

STRONG EDITORIAL ON TRUST QUESTION The Work of the American Congress—The Importance of Selecting Men Who Represent the People's Interests— Democratic Platform on Trust Question—Relations of The Chicago American had the fol­ lowing very able editorial in last Sun­ day's issue: Various influences have brought about the present industrial situation in the United States and the threaten­ ing power of the trusts and their man­ agers. Most influential has been the na­ tural, inevitable tendency toward con­ centration of power. Natural laws, •which can never be thwarted, 'have brought about the elimination of com­ petition and the substitution of wide organization for the separate strug­ gling, scheming and competing of in­ dividuals. Nothing could have prevented ulti­ mately the growth of great Industrial combinations. One feature of our economic system, the tariff, has fa­ cilitated the trust development, and pushed it forward with a rapidity un. healthy in itself, and productive of reck...

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. — 11 October 1902

THE LABOR WORLD Published Every Saturday. Established in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Business Office, 333 Manhattan Build­ ing:, Duluth. Minn. Zenith Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance |1,00 Six Months, in advance 50 Three months, in advance 25 Single Copies, 5 cents. Advertising Rates Made known on ap­ plication. Entered at the Po»toffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, Editor and Publisher. tITRADES COUNCIU1 THE MINERS' STRIKE Each day brings forth new developments in the miners' strike. Since our last issue much of an interesting nature has transpired. President Roosevelt called the representa tives of the coal trust and the miners to Washington to dis­ cuss the situation. Nothing was accomplished. Oh, yes there ,.^vas. The people of the United States have learned something that but few have ever believed. They have been shown the real power of the trust the arro­ gance of its representatives and their apparent disregard of the 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. — 11 October 1902

I -J i. 125 and 127 W Superior Street. Ninety Per Cent ,2858® 4775. NOTICE OP EXPIRATION OF RE­ DEMPTION PERIOD. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY of St. Le-"'s—ss. To Edwarl Muller: Take notice that the following de­ scribed piece oY parcel of land, sit­ uated in the County of St. Louis and State of Minnesota, to-wit: The Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter (SEx/4 of NEVi) Section Thirty four (34) ownship Sixty-three (63) Range Twelve (12) containing 40 acres more or less according to the Government survey thereof, Was on the Fourth day of May, A. D., 1898, bid in for the State for the sum of One Dollar and Eighty Cents pursuant to a real estate tax judgment entered district Court in the said Coun­ ty of St. Louis on the twenty-first day of March, A. D. 1898, in proceedings to enforce payment of-taxes delinquent upon real estate for the year 1896, for the said County of St. Louis, and was on the twenty-third day of December, A. D. 1899, assigned by the State of Minnesota for Four D...

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. — 11 October 1902

2c 4c and 5c 20c Full Set Best Teeth Phone Zenith Mesaba WEST Dl'LUTH PROPERTY 1UR SPECIALTY. If You 'ant a Home on Easy Terms Telephone 081 for particulars. BerchM s' Bank Agency, for «ak- at $2.30 M' A 8: A 0 THE- BIG— GLASS BLOC •STORE roll are all reduced to 4c and 5c—good new patterns—equals of the best 10c and 15c grades, side walls, ceilings and borders, all reduced to 4c and 5c. 55th Avenue West. Duluth Candy Go. Man.ifacturing Confectioners. Ask for Alameda Chocolates. 20 East First Street TIMBER per acre and up. '"an In.-ate you on U. S. Homesteads, ho-aviiv iiiit'..with high grade.pine, iands ?!. Address. A. T. Kelliher. ?alem. 'Meson. This signature is on every box of the genuiiu Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets the remedv that cures a coin in one lay» Duluth, Missabe & Northern Railway Co. Daily except Sunday. fA Ml M- 7:40 Lv. Duluth Ar! 10:1 f! 3:40 .Lvl 0:4.-)l 3:10 7:511 1:13 7:30112:30 7:0012:50 .. ..i 12:57 ....112:34 .. ..il2:12 7:00112:27 *J") S:1f Lv. Proctor...

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. — 18 October 1902

rOL. 7, No. 47 4 ^AY BEGINS BATTLE WITH STRONG SPEECH Captain Fay opened his campaign last Saturday evening at the Armory. There was a large attendance, and an abundance of enthusiasm. Captain Fay, the Democratic candidate for con­ gress made a statement of his views on public questions that won him fa­ vor. T. T. Hudson who was chairman of the meeting introduced Captain Fay whospoke in part as follows: Who spoke in part as followsk "I feel out of place," he gegan, "and than on a public platform. I cannot place these matters before you as clearly as my talented predecessors, Henry Truelsen and Charles A. Towne. (Applause.) But I can tell you what I believe in and what I stand for. "In standing before this concourse of people I find myself in what is to me a new and novel position, a candidate for office. It never occurred to me dur­ ing my whole life that I would he an aspirant for any public office^ especial­ ly for congressman. A lot of my zeal­ ous friends persuaded me to enter t...

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. — 18 October 1902

THE LABOR WORLti. Published Every Saturday* Established in 189S by Sabrie G. Akin. Business Office, 333 Manhattan Build­ ing:, Duluth. Minn. Zenith Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance $1.00 Six Months, in advance 50 Three months, in advance 25 Single Copies, 5 cents. Advertising Rates Made known on ap­ plication. Entered at the Po»toffice at Duluth, jflinn., as second class matter. WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, Editor and Publisher. FAY SHOULD BE ELECTED. To present this subject proper­ ly, we must examine some of the qualities of mind and traits of character necesary in the man to make him a good congressman. No traits of character are so necessary to make a truly able, useful and successful member of congress as firmness of will, in­ dependence of character, a broad and liberal mind, and above all to be *'a true friend of man," one who stands for human rights. Captain Marcus L. Fay, in the vigor of robust manhood, posses es in an eminent degree all of these qualities...

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. — 18 October 1902

'L 1 & 1 I V* Also gold paper RC6ISTBSCO *fhe Eteer GKBATE8T DAYUOHT SXOKB. Comfortable Shoe Offerings. Did you ever stop to think, how muchdepends upon the shoes we wear An uncomfortable shoe makes you tired and irritable.. .A comfortable shoe, above all things, is essential to..health and happiness.. .Our shoes are made to fit the feet, give long service, and will hold their shape and good looks until the last stitch. For We've specially priced an attract* ive line of the comfortable shoes. Here are the details. Women's Vicikid Shoes—Laqed, heavy extension sole, patent tip, military heel, sells regularly for $2.50— CI 5Q special at per pair Women's Fine French Kid Slippers— Laced, pat. tip, Cuban heel extension sole, new last, alwast sell AOf for $1 today Women's Dongqla Kid Shoes—Laced— Heavy extension sole, military heel, good wearing and comfortable, an ex­ cellent value at C| 9C $1.75—Today ..: New Felt and Slippers—Felt top with trimmings, Romeo, Juliet and Colonial style...

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. — 18 October 1902

ft' THE ONLY FLOUR MADE IN DULUTH. LEGAL QUESTION RESOLVED W. B. Moer Writes Editor Labor World on Clerk of Court. "W. E. McEwen, Esq., Editor Duluth Labor World. Dear Sir:—In the Labor World of Sept. 6. ult., the lettrr of P. E. Hanson, secretary of state, concerning office of clerk of district court in this county, was published in connection with the substance of. my letter to him of Aug. 25, in regard to such matter. In my letter it was stated that. "The matter of filling vacancy in such office is one left by the constitution to the legiela ture. and apparently there is no room under the decisions of the supreme court of the state for any legal ques­ tion whatever concerning the length of the term for which the present lncurf bent of the office in question was elect «-d." This serins also to have been Sec­ retary Hanson's view, practically, in the letter mentioned, which is d.'lted at St. Paul, Aug. 28, 1902, acknowledging receipt of mine of the 25th from which the above remark ...

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. — 25 October 1902

"\F, I, or,. 7, No. 4 8 I Mr. Fay contributed the following interview to the Labor World this week which shows plainly that he is thor­ oughly up-to-date on the questions of the hour: 'My ambition," he said, is rot to represent in congress any sec­ tion of this district or any class, but the whole congressional district, and all its various sections and classes. CAPT. FAY STANDS FOR THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS My sentiments are strongly with all those who work. I have believed from my youngest days, and do still, that economic conditions have not been so regulated as to give to the men who labors, his full proportion of the wealth which he produces. This is true^ not only of those who are generally called the working class, and who are now organizing themselves into unions, but if. is true, as well, of those who labor on the farm, whether as farm owners or farm laborers. We have seen the day in this country when the farmer him­ self organized a union which culmi­ nated in a great political ...

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. — 25 October 1902

All ihe Credit You Want, Piano ains The following pianos were left from our recent special sale and are offered at these very low prices to close out I Used Upright Piano for $140 Good as new. $13 caah and $7 a month. I New Upright Piano for $ 158 Elegant case and fine tone. $15 cash anjl $7 a month. 1 Large Oak Upright Piano for $185 Such pianos are priced in the ordinary stores at $325. $20 cash and $8 a month. $325 Mahogany Upright for $230 A fine piano slightly shopworn. $20 cash and $3 a month. Haliett & Davis S quare Piano for $53 Worth $100. $10 cash and $5 a month. 17 K* At I 7Sf JV Reliable Piano Dealers. MINNESOTA DEMOCRATIC CIRCULAR NO. 1. NO PROTECTION FOR TRUSTS. Minnesota Democracy pleads guilty to the indictment of Chairman Bab cock of the Republican national congressional committee, who charges that the doctrine of No-Tariff-Protection-For-Trusts is of "Democratic origin." Minnesota Democrats in their state platform of 1902, on which stand their candidates for go...

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. — 25 October 1902

MINNESOTA DEMOCRATIC CIRCULAR NO. 3. THE PROTECTED IRON RANGE MERGER. February 25,1902, six weeks after the inauguration of Governor Van Sant, the United States Steel corporation of New Jersey incorporated with a capital of $1,100,000,000 and merged the two Iron Range railroads of Minnesota, in vio­ lation of the state statutes, into one consolidated company. The Duluth and Iron Range road and the Duluth, Missabe and Northern are parallel roads wholly within the boundaries and jurisdiction of the state of Minnesota. They begin at the Minnesota Ranges and end at the Minnesota docks. In the case of this merger, therefore, the state administration would •eem to have unquestionable jurisdiction. The iron ore rates charged by these roads are so high, that the state rail­ road commission appointed by Governor John Lind issued an order reducing these rates 25 per cent—an order which the present Republican commission, elected on the same ticket with Governor Van Sant, promptly revoked. 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. — 25 October 1902

THE LABOR WORLD. Published Ewry Saturday. Established In 1896 by Sabrle G. Akin. Business Office, 333 Manhattan Build­ ing, DuluUv Minn. Zenith Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: 4Qne year. In advance $1.00 Six Months, in advance 50 Three months, in advance 25 Single Copies, 5 cents. Advertising Rates Made known on ap­ plication. Entered at the Po»toffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, Editor and Publisher. VOTE FOR ONE JUDGE. John B. Richards, the Demo­ cratic Candidate for Judge of the District Court, whose election this paper desires to secure, has be%n a resident of the City of Duluth about twelve years. He is 44 years of age, and in the full vigor of life. He was City Attorney of the City of Duluth for three successive terms, in 1897, 1898 and 1899. So satisfac­ tory were his services, that his salary was increased each year, and the last year he was elected City Attorney, it was by the un­ animous vote of both Republi­ can and Democratic alde...

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. — 25 October 1902

X' ADAMANTINE PINS —Sizes 2, 3, 4—any size,, each CORTICELLI EMBROIDERY SILK—usually sell at lc each special, 2 for ROLL BRAID—In black and colors, 3-yard pieces, only .... ELASTIC CORSET LACES —Our regular 5c quality, each ZC 4 a( STHEJBIOl GLASS BLOCK 'STOKE Notions at HAIR PINS—In plain and crimped wire, regular selling: price 2c a paper sale price, 12 for SHOE LACES—A fine tubular lace In fast black, with secure tips, regular price 3c a pair, 5 pairs for 5c 5c lc lc 2c 1 1 S A I A I 1 N S BEES WAX—In white and colors, regular price 5c. d&V- O O S AND EYES—Black and white, sizes 2, 3 and 4, per card 2c HAT PINS—Tin dull ... and bright heads—per doz... OC SEWING SILK—In all colors, worth 5c per spool, special at. 3c HAIR PIN CABI­ NETS—Our reg­ ular 5c goods, at. CALMAC SAFE­ TY PINS—One of the standard makes^-best nickel and black enamel, sizes 1, 2, 3, worth 5c, 6c and 8c per card any size MILE END DARNING COTTON— You .all know .its value, 3c a ball we throw out at.this sale...

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. — 25 October 1902

DBUITH%) IVERSALj ""£4 A Sign of Quality "Whsti»V«r you see that trade mark OS a sack of flour you can put it down ifi t)l&ek and white it contains the very hijrhtit duality of flour that can be m&d§. 5 Duluth Universal 14 inade exclusively from the choicest jttaA&s of spring wheat and has Ionic had & reputation for makinsr the best fere&&*~ine lightest biscuit and the ffidSt Olftittlble rolls. Why use inferior tlOtafs When the best— DULUTH UNI V&fiSAL costs no more? Accept no substitute, but Insist on this brand. ONLY flour made In Duluth. VLUTD UNIVERSAL •ILL 00. SOME PAST LABOR GOSSIP. RAILROAD 31 AX TAKES EXCEPTION TO URDU'S RECORD. Action of llede's Deputies During the A. R. I. Strike—Strike Wan Lout Tlirongh Intimidation of the Courts and United States Mar­ shals—Objcct to Bede Prying Open Old Sores. Editor of Labor World: J. Adam Bede has on the streets and on nearly every platform upon which he has spoken during the Primary cam­ paign and the pres...

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. — 1 November 1902

i. IP Hon. L. A. Rosing, Democratic can­ didate for governor of Minnesota( was in Duluth last week. The Republi­ cans, perhaps, know this better than any others do. They have felt the ef­ fect of his work here. Mr. Rosing is a big man big in stature, big in thought tnd just as powerful as he is big. The Republicans know this, and for this reason Van Sant is obliged to put in four days in one of the strongest Republican counties in the whole state for the purpose of endeavoring to save his normal vote here. Rosing used to be regarded as a mere politician. That was when he man­ aged John Lind's campaigns. He was little known of except as a good poli­ tical manager. Since he received the nomination for governor he has shined out in a new light. A new fleld has brought out something in the man that Bhows him to be cleanly up-to-date on the reform issues. Where does he stand? He is for gov­ ernment ownership of mines, railroads and other things of a public nature. His speech along this l...

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