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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 1 November 1902

The only Democratic candidate for member of the legislature in the Fifty first district Is a railroad man, an en­ gineer, and the light in which he is re­ garded by his fellow workers shows that he will be an able representative of the workingmen in the legislature. At the same time the reputation he has among business men in his home locality proves that business interests, CHAS. G. MILLER For Sheriff. Chas. G. Miller, candidate for sheriff. Is a comparatively young man, 40 years of age. He ihas been a resident of Duluth for thirty years, and has been prominently identified with Du­ luth business enterprises the greater portion of that time. For 29 years iie has been connected in business with Mr. W. S. Woodbridge. who after 13 years of business in his own nam 1885 organized the Duluth Boo' Paper company, now known Du a & S at on a Mr, Miller has been treasurer company from the beginning well and favorably 1. iness mert from one end of to the -other. He is car"." THE- BIO—' GL'...

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. — 1 November 1902

Under other circumstances the B's might have notired that the servants were follow- °i WESTERN BEES IN A SOUTHERN HIVE. CHAPTER IV. With another respite In view they tried like good little busy bees to get Into the •wing of the treadmill of lessons and to be as steady as possible. There was so much to talk over Detween themselves that the boycotting by the girls seemed easier to bear. They took turns telling each other stories, a trick learned In childhood, build­ ing on Mrs. Astor's reminiscences and their own happy days. After class hours at night Bonnie worked diligently over her specimens—so diligently that one evening she failed to hear a knock at the door. Thinking that the young ladles must he out, Aunt Mafia pushed the door open juit as Bonhle was. blowing the testing stream of fit? from the blowpipe. Aunt Maria thiit thtdoor with a bang and has­ tened out to eld Jacob, her husband. "Jacob," she creid, "there is certain queer doln's goln* on. Dem Yankee gals dat aln' no wayf...

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. — 1 November 1902

THE LABOR WORLD. Published Every Saturday. 2= iltabed la 1896 by Sabrle Ov Akin. Bttstnaoa Otflook 1st M^qhattan Bulla. in» Duluth. Minn. Zenith Phone CI. Ball Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION! Ope ye*r, to advance ,..1,00 flis Mohth* in tdvaaoe 00 Three sagntha, to advance 25 flngle Ooplffc cants. Advertising Rates Made known on ap­ plication. red at the Poetoffloe at Duluth. nn., as second clasq matter. WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, Editor and Publisher. CRITICISM OP hOOSEVELT. While the great mast of the people of this country, and news­ papers of every shade of political opinion, heartily approve the course of President Roosevelt in his efforts to end the coal stri^ there are a few journals, and in it dividuals which affect to be greatly alarmed at the Presi­ dents tfltions. In the Literary Digest Of October 18th some of these criticisms are noted, and they are herewith reproduced in part as samples of that bourbon ism whioh is fast decreasing in this country, but in which we will probably always h...

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. — 1 November 1902

\T I smsswsBssssmsBsw JOHN McCLINTOCK. Candidate for County Attorney. GLOTHIMG Credit. PAYMENTS $1 00 A WEEK-STICK TO US And you can have swell clothes for yourself and fam­ ily whenever you want them, and we'll stick to you like a brother, through sunshine and storm, and make our terms so easy, for you that you can keep your cellar filled with coal all winter. We will give you square treatment and you'll be glad to become a life-long customer of ours. Xadies and misses—we have a fine line of up-to-date suits, skirts, Monte Carlo coats and fall and winter hats. For the boys we have suits and overcoats at $1 a week. BUY HOW-YQUR CREDIT IS GOOD. CATELY'S RELIABLE CREDIT HOUSE, 8 EAST SUPERIOR STREET. p| ESTABLISHED 1888. REMEMBER TF1E OLD STAND.. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS FOP FAMILY AND MCOlOINAL PURPOSE. I there la Nothlnc Pur.r than S. I. LEVIN'S /|QO BOURBOM, RYE I *151L and BRANDY. 501 WEST SUPERIOR STREET. UNCLE IKE HJtS Barrels of Money to Loan On Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry 324W...

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. — 1 November 1902

AUGUST HAGBERG For Hegflater of Deeds. Mr. 'August Hagbfcrg was born in Sweden 1869. Came to Duluth as an emigrant boy at the age of 16 and has resided here ever since. Mr. Hagberg like many other young men began his career as school teacher in this country but later drifted back into the tailoring business, which trade he had previous­ ly learned. He has been a warm advo­ cate of organized labor, and was one of the 7 who held the first meeting in Duluth for the purpose of organizing a tailors' union. Ho served as corre­ sponding secretary of that union for some years, and has a fine record as a union mail, and later has become a prominent business man in his line. During the years 1899-1900 he was R. Yo«t Have the Bank OFFICERS: JOHN R. MITCHELL, President. JOHN G.' WILLIAriS, Vice President. J. W. LYDER, Jr., Cashier. B. MURRAY PEYTON, Secretary. S. Munger's ohief deputy in the office of Register of Deeds, during which time more money was saved to the taxpayers of St. Louis count ...

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. — 8 November 1902

VOL. 7 't- How many men use UNION LABEL tobacco? If you do not use it there is no reason why you should not. First, your duw as a member of a union is to buy the products of members of other unions'. Second, members of or­ ganized labor should be reciprocal. Third, the only guarantee that a pro­ duct is made under fair conditions, by union labor and in a clean sanitary place is the union label. A union labor man who fails to recognize the label is not a consistent member of labor organ­ ization. If union label products were not so good as those that do not bear the label there might be some excuse for passing them up, but almost every line of goods that bears tJhe label to­ day is superior in quality to those that are not made by union labor. Almost all men in the labor move­ ment are strong on union label gar­ ments and other things they wear, but how much more important is it to be particular in this respect as to what is eaten. Non-union tobacco, for instance, has no guarantee fo...

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 November 1902

THE LABOR WORLD. Published Every Saturday. Establi ihed in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Business Office, 333 Manhattan Build­ ing, Duluth, Minn. Zenitfc Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: One ye" *r, in advance .... $1.00 Six MiAths, 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. TRADESl«jmf C° THE ELECTION. Theer was an election Tues­ day. As was asual the Republi­ can party has again been en­ dorsed. Like the Democratic party before the war its vote is increasing with each additional election. The victories of the party have been so complete within the past few years that the leaders who possess the slightest foresight fear a reac­ tion sometime that will destroy the succes of the party for all time. Continuous power will be taken advantage of by the un­ scrupulous who never ]^iil to be in the successful part...

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 November 1902

$S 0 GREATEST DAYLIGHT STORX fiShoe j?acts, briefly &oldt-% THE VOLGA CONTAINS EVERY WORTHY FEATURE OF A $5.00 shoe—superior to many—inferior to none—the price is 'I always Here are other shoe leaders that will help today's shoppers— WOMEN'S BOX CALF SHOES—OPERA HEEL, STOCK TIP, heavy sole, hand sewed, laced, sold regularly at from $3.00 to $3.50—Today's special price WOMEN'S COMFORT SHOES—SOFT VICI KID, HAND TURNED sole—warmly lined—a fine house shoe—these shoes are IB/\ sold regularly at $2.00—special price today •Pl*dU WOMEN'S SLIPPERS—PATENT LEATHER, HAND TURNED sole—opera heel—two strap—sold regularly at S1.75— today, only MISSES' VICI KID SHOES—HEAVY EXTENSION /)C sole, spring heel, laced, patent tip, regular $2 kind—today. CHILDREN'S VICI KID SHOES, EXTENSION SOLE SPRING heel—patent tip, laced, sold regularly at $1.75— today 41.UU BOYS' BOX CALF SHOES, HEAVY EXTENSION SOLE, LACED, low heel, the mannish kind, sold regularly at $2.00— today, only. Primmed Jfats $3.75 WOMEN'...

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 November 1902

XETV YOllK COURT SL'STAIXS THEIR RIGHT TO STRIKE. N/niona Can "Withdraw Their Mem­ bers from the Work of An Em­ ployer Who Refuses to Pay the AViiirett or to Accept the Rules A*ici»tcl l»y a Labor I'nion—A Lo- al Fight Was the Cause of the Decision. Justice O'Gorman, of the New York supreme court, recently handed down a decision upholding- the right of a trades union to withdraw its members from the work of an employer who re­ fuses to pay the wages or to accept the rules adopted by the labor organiza­ tion. The occasion for this decision was a dispute between a New York con­ tractor and the Amalgamated Painters and Decorators. The following state­ ment of the matter is made by the of­ ficers of the union directly interested: "John Beattie, an employing painter end contractor in the Borough of Man­ hattan. objected to have dealings with the Amalgamated Painters and Dec­ orators of New York and vicinity, as representing organized labor in the painting and decorating industry, and whe...

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 November 1902

ONLY LABOR PAPER IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA. VOL. 7 No 51. Senator H*ttna once said that the great political flgrht of the future would be between the Republicans and the So and unless the Democratic ceases to be znwely a negative party, the senator's prophesy will soon be fulfilled. Ttie recent election shows that the socialist vote has increased considerably. Anion* the worltlngmen there is a growing tendency to vote Socialist tickets. A large number of wage earners are to-day wavering, vhUe In Massachusetts the In all Sections of the Country the Vote has Increased Wonderfully. In Strong Industrial Centers the heaviest vote was cast* thus indicating that the workers are becoming thor­ oughly aroused to Radical Action. they continue to vote the «M party tickets, it would not require much of an issue to make them full fledged Socialists. In our immediate vicinity, In the village of Two Harbors, the Socialist candidate for congress polled 78 votes. While some of these were cast by friends...

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 November 1902

W: lit )f^ 'm*'. .*•» 't THE LABOR WORLD. .Published Every Saturday. Establi ihed In 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Business Office, 333 Manhattan Build­ ing, Duluth. Minn. Zenith Phone €5. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION! One ye*tr. In advance $1.00 Six MtAths, In advance SO Three months, In advance 25 Single Copies, 6 cents. Advertising Rates Made known on ap­ plication. Entered at the Po»toffice at Duluth, Minn., as seoond olass matter. WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, Editor and Publisher. DEMANDS INCORPORATION Recently the unfounded charge against organized labor has been re­ peated to the effect that trade unions violate agreements entered into with employers and the uninformed, and particularly those antagonistic employ­ ers to organized labor, urge as a reme­ dy for this imagined evil, the compul­ sory incorporation of the trade unions so that, as those referred to urge, "the trade unions may be held legally re­ sponsible" for the carrying out of agreements, and to be liable in dam­ ages in the eve...

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 November 1902

You certainly did, If you figured that there was more than one flour made In Duluth. There is positively but one, and that one is DULUTH UNIVERSAL The best flour that the best hard spring wheat—the best methods—and the best mlllera can produce. Duluth Univer­ sal has won its reputation on merit alone, and nearly all Duluth housekeepers acknowledge its superiority. It is en­ dorsed by nearly all the labor organizations of this city, if you can get absolutely the best flour here, why not encour­ age and foster home industries instead of buying foreign flours? For the two reasons—that it is "best" and a home, product, we ask you to try DULUTH UNIVERSAL next time if you're not already using it. If you are using it, then you know, for a certainty, that it is the flour for excellence. DULUTH UNIVERSAL MILL CO. A HOME PROQUCTi INSIST ON THIS BRAND IVERSAL FLOUR 4816. NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF RE­ DEMPTION PERIOD. STATE OF MINESOTA, COUNTY of St. Louis—ss. To M. Bayfield, et al: Take notice, ...

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 November 1902

FACTS FROM BRITAIN. Trade Unionists Engage In Move* mant for lMg Parliamen­ tary Delegation. At a recent annual congress of the General Federation of Trade Unions in England, some important alterations were made in the rules. These were in the direction of centralizing more work on the London office and thus dispen­ sing with t'he old district local cnmmit tees. The general committee was re­ tained with one exception, and that was the replacement of Arrendale, of the Machine Workers' association, by Will Steadman of the Barge Builders. Representations of trade unions in parliament continues to be a growing agitation and nearly a million trade unionists are supposed to have resolved to take part in sending to the house of commons candidates pfledged to thp promotion of the interests of labor without any alliance with the old line political parties. From the £16,000 per annum to be raised by the Miners' Federation to the £700 per annum of the Gas Workers and General Laborers, the nece...

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 November 1902

ONLY LABOR PAPER IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA VOL. 7 No 52. NO Ml OF POLITE II Since the enaction of the primary election law there seems to be no end of politics. All candidates for the Feb­ ruary election must file for the nomina ion before the 25th of this month. The offices to be filled are Comptrol­ ler, Treasurer, Judge of Municipal Court, aud eight aldei-men. Will McCormick and Fred Voss will probably hava no opposition for re­ election. Both have an established re­ putation for efficiency and hence both Mill be hard to beat for re-election. Judge Windom will- not nave It all bis own way for the Republican nom­ ination for municipal judge. D. M. Devore has filed against him. The fight for the nomination will be a mer­ ry one. The licensed tugmen's organ­ ization are not so kindly to Judge Win­ dom. During the time of the strike rder to stop the "wholesale assaults," tmion men at will and vice versa, Judge "\Vindom is accused of giving the un­ ion men the worst of it in his court in ...

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 November 1902

9 !i THE LABOR WORLD. Publiihed Every Saturday. Establi lhed in 1896 by Sabrie p. Akin. Business Office, 333 Manhattan Build­ ing, Duluth. Minn. Zenith Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: One ye- \r, in advance $1.00 Six McMhs, in advance SO 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. cpvjy JOHN MITCHELL. But few men in any movement have been through the ordeal of John Mit­ chell. Five months of ardent work and worry at the head of the great strike was trying enough. Three weeks pre­ paring his case for the strike com­ mission was alone sufficient to tax the strength of an ordinary man. Now for almost a week under the fire of the ablest counsel in the country, John Mitchell has emerged from the scene more admired and respected than ever. The miners' cause is right. No fair person will deny this. The miners were well o...

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 November 1902

GREATEST DATUOHT STOBS. Unhn Directory. FEUEJU.t TED TRADES ASSEMBLY. •—Me« 2nd and 4th Friday of each nioutlt at Kalamazoo Building. Pres.. Framed Pictures Reduced. SECOND FLOOR—ANNEX. Perhaps no section in the store is better equipped to give you such splendid values. Our selection is second to none and the low pricing so pronounced as to attract all. At 15c—See the attractive line of Framed Pictures—monthly 8x10 and 10x12—numerous subjects—the real value is 35c. Our IE special price lOw At 25c—Trio oval Mounted Pictures—oak veneer Special this week Meets and 3d Wednesdays of each month at Kalamazoo Blk., 18 W. Sup. Btreel Pfes. Henry Celebrated French Coesets.^ AT HALF PRICE. France, the accustomed dictator and 4-uler in the realm of fashion, has to give way to American progress—skill and art. We are closing out our entire stock of imported P. D. and Z. Z. Corsets exactly at half price. $5.00 Z. Z. Corsets at $2.50 $3.50 P. D. or Z. Z. Corsets at $1.75 $2.75 P. D. Corsets at $1.3...

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 November 1902

J, GATELY'S PRISON LABOR HARMS DULUTH INDUSTRY OVERCOATS AM? SUITS That Stay Shapely. All the Clothing You Want at $1 a Week or by the Month Our Furniture Line Is Complete and MADE BY You Can BlACKfc H»ve Continuod from page 1. question asked is, "how loyal are your people to its industries?" Minneapolis is one ot the greatest industrial Renters of the northwest. It began its career as an industrial point with this watchword, "LOY AI/TY." It has been the secret of Its success. A business man in Minn­ eapolis is for Minneapolis products first, last and all of the time. Duluth people should take a lesson from this. Let us build up Dulutfa. It Is doing fairly well. With the great demand for products throughout the world we are prospering as a trans­ fer point, but something more staple is wanted. We should become produc­ ers as well as freight handlers. It matters little how small an Industry is, it must be encouraged by the true and really loyal friends of Duluth. CARNEGIE'S GENEROSIT...

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 November 1902

NEW YORK, Nov. 28.—A serious hitch occurred Wednesday in plans for a settlement of the coal controversy by conference between the coal operators and the miners' union, and it is now k-ertain the final adjustment of the points at issue will be referred again to the arbitration commission. At a meeting between the presidents of the coal roads and a larse number of independent operators a strong: pro­ test was entered by tihe latter agaiust treating directly with the mlnters. An invitation to meet Mr. Mitchell at Washington. Friday, was declined per emptorary, and it was agreed unanim­ ously that in the judgment of the operators it was best, for the present, to go on with the hearing before the commission. The protest was presented by Mr. Simpson, who said: "In making our protest against any present settlement of the question at Issue we desire to emphasize certain points of material importance. ••During- the Vast five months no consistent effort has been made to in­ form file public o...

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 November 1902

2 THE LABOR WORLD. Published Every Saturday. Eetabli ihed In 1896 by Sabrie G. Aktn. Business Office, SS3 Manhattan Build­ ing, Duluth, Minn. Zenitil Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: One ye \r, in advance $1.00 Six MtJtths, In advance 50 Three months, in advance 25 Single Copies, & cents. Advertising Rates Made known on ap­ plication. Entered at the Po»tolfic# at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, Editor and Publisher. DECRYING AGITATORS. The coal operators during the an­ thracite strike protested against Mr. Mitchell on the ground that he was a labor agitator. Men opposed to the organization of labor delight in using the most un­ popular terms in criticising the lead­ ers of a labor organization. There is an object in this. The agitator among the conservative people, for the Ameri­ can people is a conservative people, is usually regarded as an extremist. You know that Christ was an agita­ tor, Columbus was of the worst type. Lovejoy and Phillips be...

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 November 1902

HOV SPKEES MM BE IRON TRADES JOURNAL DISCUSSES QUES­ TION IN AN ABLE MANNER. Believes That no Strike W«» Ever Lost, and is Free to any That )lany it One Was Bought on Both Sides—A Fair Hearing ot Griev­ ances Will Surely Avoid Most Strikes—Reach the Approachable Spot in Man. The most important question and the one which is causing untold discussion with the best posted men and women on the labor question as well as many of our employers is, how to avoid strikes The proposition is of vital im­ portance to both employer and em­ ployee. While the Metal Worker be­ lieves that no strike was ever lost by labor, we are free to admit that many victories have been bought dearly tor both sides. Before presenting a rem­ edy it is very important that the cose be diagnosed, any by them wlio have made a life study of labor and capital and have watched for years its strug­ gles in pVsperity and advedsity, it is conceded that the system under which labor is handled is more or less respon­ sible for...

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