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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 20 December 1902

HANAM SHOES FOR ...MEM... 1/ Men's Slippers. MEN"S ('01AM BIAS EN'S 1 HOOTS Ml* *OSITlO\ TO B» ILDINt TR ADES rorxflli LAPEIi BI'TTOX. 1 iiion .Men Say tliey lire Too Eanily I.ojcf. I'nxcrnpnlonx Men Take A«l vnntaKC of Tliem. One nii: 11 AVearn llntton anil Works on .Job Without ncinjc Ui*('over»'il TSiat He wn* uot a I nion Mini. Last year tlie Uuikling Trades Coun­ cil adopted a union bntton, in place of ihp working card whic-h i=? ?o generally used. The button is changed quarterly, and \va.s advocated for the reason that DP.. E. L. RIVENBURGH, of Chicago, is now in Duluth at the ROOM 217 MANHATTAN BLDG. where he will remain until Dec. 15, to cure those who may be afflicted with Stammering or Any Form of Impe «1 ment of Speech. I remove the cause of stammering and therefore the cure is permanent. The only scientific and successful method known and practiced. I warrant to cure the worst case of stammering in a few days. If jrou have tried to be cured and are Ml, remember I guarant...

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. — 27 December 1902

"•J A *Y ONLY? LABOR PAPER I IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA VOL. 8 No 5. rs of faded decoration 4 &•• \OOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MITCHELL THE Mrs. Mitchell and the two youngest children, Robert and Marie, were in a carriage awaiting the head of the DAILY PAPER FOR SHORTER HOURS. St. Paul has a daily paper which devotes its editorially columns quiet frequently to the discussion of labor topics. It is the Daily News, and has this to say of the effort of the clerks for early closing: "One of the most temperate of labor reforms is that for which the St. Paul retail clerks' union is now striving— the efforts to secure 6 o'clock closing Saturday nights. And the local clerks are going about their effort sensibly. Realizing as they do that the pros pery of their employers is essential to their own prosperity, they seek to se­ cure this early closing only by the common closing of all the stores. They have sent a circular urging early buying to every patron of the stores they can r...

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. — 27 December 1902

JlL THE LABOR WORLD. Pubtished Every Saturday. Bstabli Ihed in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. BtMinem Office, 333 Manhattan Build­ ing, Duluth, Minn. Senitll Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: One ye' ir, ia advance .f1.00 Sjt* In advance 50 Three months, in advance 25 Single Copies, 5 cents. Advertising Rates Made known on ap­ plication. Sintered at the Po*toffice at Duluth, Jinn., as second class matter. WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, Editor and Publisher. THOUGHTS FOR THE NEW YEAR. The advent of the New Year gives occasion for the enactment of the usual number of good resolutions. With the Ussons conveyed by the experiences of the past and the trials and tribula­ tions of the future only vet in expect­ ancy, we are constrained to fortify our­ selves .with good resolutions, that we may better cdpe with life's difficulties. Notwithstanding that those resolu­ tions are liable to be forgotten, it is a helpful act to take inventory of our­ selves at stated periods, noting the points upon which we 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. — 27 December 1902

1TDHELL THE HERG Continued from Page One. i):initsL men that money can buy in is country," was the speakers' final of praise. t\-. W. ,Piirrliio of the Congrega rnual chun at Spring: Valley also ckt' in '^llogy of the fife and !iit-vcrr.e'T*s of President John Mit .•h..:i, The of the X'nited Mine kf x' lH'i'.'-uleiit was brief, but sin roly c-xfresfsive of his gratitude. He in substance: Chairman, Friends and Neigh has been my fate of foi:tune '•I ta! an active part in everything wi.h which I have been connected. V. a resident: of Spring Valley I io be active in every movement \. 'i was in the interest of the peo- In the broader field of activity I bav tried to take the same attitude, .id have done what I thought was i:^hr. "When one aims to lead in any movement the calcium light of public .-'Mention is turned his way. I want to say to you now that if I took the ex­ pression of the people of this city as a personal tribute to me I would aggres­ sively protest. But I do not so regard...

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. — 27 December 1902

IMPORTING FORKK \ERS TO TAKE PLACES OP AMKiRK:A"S. Was Ones Regarded as ruxliionaMe. Reaction Has Set In—Foreigners Art rnltins "With the Ainericnii Workmen to Receive lircntrr 'SUlU'o ot What they Proilacc. Made Miatake In Thl* Respect. Amonsr the corporation? and individ­ uals employing large numbers of men, a few years ago (and The practice is Jiot altogether out of date now) it was very fashionable to import for­ eigners to take the places of strikers, and thus to assist in the defeat of the labor organizations. This was especially in vogue in the mining districts of our Eastern States. The employers confidently expected reiving upon the diversity of tongues and the unfortunate Ignorance of the foreigners) that the unions would pass away or sink into insignificance as the tide of foreign laborers was encoun­ tered. With no regard for either sta­ tutory or economic: law, the practice of labor importation continued: the contract labor laws were broken or evaded, and by superficial...

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. — 3 January 1903

nl 4^jr~ uK.'A zj ib-ii''. aSpr Vo J' 7 -4 X. Swig ONLY LABOR PA IN, NORTHERN MINNESOTA. 8 No 6. l. al facturers is opposed to the terrible an ti-injunction bill now pending in con­ gress, which proposed law has almost destroyed the English manufacturer^ as it is a legalization of the picket and the boycott. The attempt to foist such anarchistic legislation upon the em­ ployers of this country will be resist­ ed to the last. "The National Association of Manu­ facturers is also unalterably opposed to the so-called eight-hour bill, father­ ed by Samuel Gompers. This bill, if it is put into effect, would be a radical and destructive assault upon the pros­ perity of the country. "Such a bill would open the way to the blackmail of the heavy iron and steel and shipbuilding interests which are engaged In the manufacture of government supplies. "The labor unions, through their ap­ prentice system are driving thous ands of boys to the streets, to the re form school and to the penitentiary. ,...

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. — 3 January 1903

WM9RMSKP, Pub|ish«d Every Saturday. ii •v-~t- 11 _j fcstabM lhG& iH".lS9ir by .SaBrfe/ G. Akin, ." •ii"v^i iii w., Buslnea* Offlc®,. 333 Manhattan Build­ ing, Duluth, Minn. JjWnWfc. Phon* 66.'B«1 Phone 197. Hl| fc iim T-mrij-niyir "TfiTi— 8,U INSCRIPTION:. On* y*tav in advance .$1.00 8fr MJithii in advance ........ 50. Three months, in adv&ftce ........ 25 Single Copies, 5 cents. 'ii ng XjAAfe Uad« known, on ap -/'I in Bhtered ered at lhe i*d»t6f]fice' at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter.- WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, Editor flMd. Vublisher. B,4 "GtyV INTO THE UKIOt. This" paper'Is desirous of seeing the worKIngmen of Duluth completely or­ ganized. ,The only logical organization, for wage earners that we know any­ thing about is the trade union. It per­ haps does not accomplish as much as the impatient ones would expect, but nevertheless it does do something. Pro­ fiting by the experienced Of organiza­ tions that have gone before it, the trade unions move slowly and surely. What ...

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. — 3 January 1903

EXAMPLE! Of v-'-- V,' KEITHER SPEAKS OR BQASTS OF his work during, a strike. S3V V/V 3 ^•jp% i. rt?y,Pr^^-:^"»-r!^:riT:'"'K^i:|' itu -*.r ~t? a «-P-,Ct^.KS^ u- nasi -».trtj- j, j»r^L,U?lir''® 1 St IN Generally Coi»«id6red a Nobl A«'tioi» to Sj»ei»l£ op Woplc for tlic D«wntrolleii and OpiiresMed—The Eliots and Hilll«' May B,oart of the Strike Hr^nk^r, B'fit His Si­ lence Proof That HIn ,TJefett»» lerM Are Wrong It is generally considered a noble ac­ tion .to speak a word for4 01- defendvtjxg cause of the oppressed and downtrod­ den who are not able to sp'ea.T&^bf thejnselves, or plead the, ju^tid^ of their cause. jt"Bometimes, hcrtveVery we rrtighfcmotii fy our opinion of this sort of champion* ship,"if We" inquire Why the vl'^tlrnsf are Silent in their own behalf, arid therl take It upon themselves to defend them. •C-T&ke for instance the'"scabs?.'^He i# exceedingly numerous in the commun­ ity. There are always lots of hiih' on hand when his services are required. His number...

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. — 3 January 1903

1 PRICE OF LICHTS DULUTH GESi'ERAL ELECTRIC COM PASY ASJVOt'SOES A XEXV SCHEDULE. cout of Electric Lighting: ii .Mater­ ially Reduced—The People Will Receive Large Benefit* by Jien Improvements In electric Light­ ing Plant—(Lights Are Furnished Am Cheaply a« by Municipal Own­ ership in Many Cities. The people of Duluth who use elec trlo lights were, made happy this week ky the announcement of the Duluth General Electric company that there would be a material reduction in elec­ tric light rates after the New Year. The company has been doing an im­ mense amount of costly improvement during the past year in bringing its plant up to the highest modern stan­ dard, and after several weeks' investi­ gation of the conditions existing in other cities, now voluntarily offers electric lights to the people of this city chea,per than they have ever been offered before, and at rates which can be shown to be more favorable than in any other city in the Northwest any­ where near the size of Duluth....

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. — 10 January 1903

n"' •i oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo After all the sacrifice made by the tin plate workers in order to enable the tin plate trust to secure the rebate* trade of the United States, the beef trust has decided to get into the tin plate business on its own account. The Armour Co. has purchased a sheet mill at "Waukesha, Wis., and will in­ stall a tin plate department at once. The cut proposed by the tin plate trust to the workers last summer was to secure the work of the Standard Oil Co. and the big Chicago packers, who are the largest consumers of tin plate in the world. Each of these great com­ bines had been threatening to put up tin mills of their own unless specially favored by the tin plate trust. In or­ der to head off such competition, as the big packers would undoubtedly sell their surplus on the market at any price, the tin plate trust proposed to give them -tin plate for less than they could afford to manufacture it. In or­ der to do this it was necessary to cut ...

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. — 10 January 1903

THE LABOR WORLD. ry Saturday, flWIilwd Evw) &rtabBU*d la Ull by Sabrie G. Akin. Office, 833 Manhattan Build «tar Duluth. Minn. fcenitk Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: yeflrv in advance $1.00 Ictiiths, in advance 50 Fee month*, in advance 25 Single Copies, 5 cents. ildwrtisinf Rates Made known on ap­ plication. faltered at the Po*tofIice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, iBditor and Publisher. *®B GOOD THAT TRADE UWIOtfS DO. Few Indeed realize the vast good that trade organization has accomp­ lished for the worker in every land and especially in Great Britain and America. Less than 100 years ago it was a crime to organize to strike or to demand higher wages. Fifty-two years ago the average wage paid in the manufacturing establishments of this nation were $246 per year. Even down to 1880 the average wage was less than $400 per year. In spite of a tremendous immigration of cheap la­ bor from the four quarters of the globe, wages have gone up and 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. — 10 January 1903

"-'•J 4 I f\V AGITATION Mr ITS FAVOR COMES FROM HOSTILE SOURCES. The Tw® I'Mt Large Strikes Have Developed Argument in Favor .of. Incorporation—Labor's Position— What Has it to Gain?—Does La- 1mw Violate Its Contracts?—Not Much Dancer in Incorporation* There is no hesitation in answering the above question with the most em­ phatic no, and organized labor pleads guilty that its position upon this ques­ tion is prompted by what it considers to be the best interests of trades union­ ists. It is a noticeable fact that the agitation in favor of incorporated trades unions emanates from sources that have, hitherto been most hostile in their attitude towards the American trades union movement. The inferen­ ce is fair that the gentlemen who in­ sists that trades unions, should incor­ porate are prompted by what appears to them to be their own immediate material interests.1 The steel strike of a year ago and the coal strike of more recent history developed all the talk in favor of in­ corpora...

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. — 10 January 1903

Hi Joseph Lee, who MS&ME3lilB8ai&«»i&alBayii88ailfeggaialM8agi^^ MACHINE SCARES BAKERS THE OLD FASHION BAKBRl AND HIS CRUDE TOOLS' MUST SOON GO. iNew KiieadiiiK M*cHne Lesieni the La/bor and Increase* the Ecoiony of Bread Making and Iunrei Al- Paritr-^ProdacM 0O ponndi Store Finished Bread in a Barrell of Flour than Hand Process. The old-fashioned baker and his crude tools and methods of producing the "staff of life" seem to be doomed. The official journal of the bakers' union gives an idea of the revolution that is taking place in that Industry. Fore a thousand yeara there has been no advance in the homely art of flak­ ing bread. The primitive conditions of the stone age are still the methods em­ ployed by the housewife. Through all these years it has remained for an Af­ ro-American to invent a machine which will lessen the labor, lnoreaae the econ­ omy of bread making and insure^ab aolute purity. was for eleven years a steward in the United States Coast Burvey, gave pa...

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. — 17 January 1903

tea- l* %r- The grand Jury's criticism of the health board does not seem to meet •with the general approval of the peo­ ple. It seems that the opinion of the grand, jury was tendered in a hurry after hearing- -tout a few complaints from casual observers. The health board claims that the employes take unusual precaution after visiting a house where there 1B a contagious dis­ ease. We have pergonal knowledge of some of the work Of the health board, and can bear testimony in one case where the strictest observance of the rules was maintained. Others that we know ot can do the same. We also know that if there wag any breech of the rules it was simply in occasional cases, and not sufficient to warrant a wholesale condemnation. The care of the chain gang by the board of public works was also taken up by the grand jury, and the board came in for some criticism. The board reported the true state of affairs to the city council last Monday eve­ ning. The grand jury «vas undoubted­ ly right 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. — 17 January 1903

THE LABOR WORLD. F\lbH»hfd Every Saturday. Established hi 1196 by Sabrie G. Akin. fcrthMBi Offlcc, Manhattan Build- IK, Dulutfc, Minn. Bett Phone 107. bnttl Phone IK. WJMCRIPTIONi mMp, is %6vanc* $1.00 ftcMbs, in advance 80 Hire* ftvpttths, In advanoe 26 jHnfU Copies, eehta. A4v«rlMng Rates Mad* known on ap­ plication. Entered it the £o*toffiee at Duluth, Minn., f* second natter, WILLIAM K. M'BWBN, Editor and Publisher. JVDGK MOfltWIS FOR TUB BENCH. The citizens of Duluth well know that there is a bill pending before Congress .creating1 another place on the Minnesota Federal bench. It is also •well known that the Minnesota delega­ tion at Washington is in favor of the appointment of Page Morris to the new position. Even Mr. Morris* po­ litical opponents in Duluth had hoped tlmt he would secure the plum, but a new candidate has appeared, and the St. Paul papers are advocating the appointment of Judge H. R. Brill of that city. The fact that Judge Morris had been talked of for the posi...

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. — 17 January 1903

mmi €t coal baron's cave, Murphy, a stout supporter of private property rights, accosted him thus: "McOinmia, I suppose be th* look an yer Americanised countenance, yea *re we^ ure iv in the proceeding'." But ^the Board, man! The Board! Ye're'.easy Murphr—ye're easy. Look at th' con­ ditions.—Wan iv th' Commistfionera js fo be a »»hit?er or th' royal artillery %n a high mogul la th* art iv butcher in' \n uniform-—annyway its wan iv th' parturitions-—an th' Wife iv me boss sssys \fchin miniioilin'. a necessary arti­ cle-that he he a mhnber iv th' war rior illiment iv society, an' shure its th' mf«i iv blqod beatki' his brains intil submission to th' voice iv th' dove iv jieace. An' tt1* sicojid man, Murphy— iat'9 th' sicond man? No, yes don't ide to look it up In th' paper—I've tot him in me mind's eye, an I'll show liim tii yez. He's a soehialologist, an he's to be on th' Bqard to smell out th' unsani­ tary conditions thats runnin' rampart th' miners th* mineys palatial residences, ...

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. — 17 January 1903

1, r^ .t's-i !/a v- jp's fyi"? ...•• '?^0£0$gZn:d{m^i^,^ '.r:."..*v^f% HOLDS FIRST MEETING OF THE NEW YEAR ON FRIDAY EVELVIXG. Elect* Officer* fop the Tear. O. E. Kieth is President, Flour Mill Workers Send Delegates. Meet­ ing?'nearly as Large as Some Da. lath Meeting's. Council "Will Ac­ cept Delegates From Unions in Vicinity. MANKATO, Jan. 15—Special to the Labor World.—The Trades and labor Council held the first meeting for the new year last Friday evening at Will­ iams hall. There were about thirty delegates present representing ten unions. The newly organized Flour Mill Workers' Union, one of the strongest the city, had three delegates present. Every delegate reported their union in flourishing condition. The carpen­ ters reported a gain of six members, the teamsters a gain of four new members, the Laborers' Protective Union a membership of one hundrer, the millers reported three new mem­ bers making a total gain reported for the month of nearly twenty new members. A communica...

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. — 24 January 1903

*r.itn I J] ONLY LABOR PAPER IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA. 8 No 9. LOCAL, STATE AND NATION. Addicks, the gas man, is having his regular trouble getting elected to the United States senate. It seems that but ten regular Republicans who are opposed to Addick's election cannot be moved, and in order for Addicks to be elected he must have some of these votes. Addicks has been credited /writh bribing legislatures in former battles, Dot only for his personal advancement, but in the securing of gas franchises and other special privileges- His op­ ponents maintain that his name is a blot upon the fair name of Delaware. They •re willing to agree on any other Re­ publican in the state, but Addick's sup­ porters, known as the Union Republi­ cans refuse to desert their leader. Two senators -.are to be elected,' one for a short term and the other for the full term. It is now said that the Regular Republicans are willing to unite wit*i the Democrats in the election of two senators. If the Democrats will...

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. — 24 January 1903

"4 IS *. !jS.: 4V-* "Mi -4a THE LABOR WORLD. Published Every Saturday. Establi thed in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. iBusineiw Office, 333 Manhattan Build* insv Duluth, Minn, Zenitlk Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. 8UB8CRIPTION: One yefta*, in advance .... $1.00 Six Mciiths, in advance 50 ffhrae months, in advance 25 Single Copies, S cents Advertising Rates Made known on ap­ plication. Entered at the Po®toffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class mattter. WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, Editor and Publisher. MUXICIPAX, OWNBBiSHIP. Duluth labor organizations should be Interested in all purposed legislation pending before the slat6 legislature. No union man in his every day life is narrow enough to think only of pure labor legislation. He often thinks of epeoial privilages given to a certain few. He roust, if he is a thoughtful man, have bitter thoughts in regards to the restrictions placed upon cities in the matter of issuing bonds fop the purpose of controlling public utilities. During the present session of ...

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. — 24 January 1903

"5*1 S WWBKfTd .a 4 AMUSEMENTS. reOTnSfffl* FOR NEXT WEEK. To-Night THE BOSTONIANS. (The Original. Wednesday B. flanford in MUCH ADOABOUTNOTHING Thursday ,' ELKS' BENEFIT. Friday ELKS' BENEFIT. Safurd^y Dave Warfi *!d in THE AUCTIONEER, Afternoon and Fivenl ig, METROPOLITAN. Both 'Phones 969. W. H. BEANEY, Manager. To-Nlght LADY OF LYONS. NEXT WEEK. Tuesday ft Wadnoday RIP VAN WINKLE. Thursday. F~* c:: Night •. 2"c and "Oc. her. Matins -sday ft Saturday Ma iu,w .Prices 10c and 25c. Invest your 5avings by deposit in the S?mn Depirtmeit of the FIRST OF DULUTH. •& B00K5 given. Interest credited January and July. Open Saturday evenings, 6:00 to 8:00 o'clock, and regular banking hours each day. Vr Duluv Candy Go. Manufacturing Confectioners. Ash for Alameda Chocolates. .....20 East First Street WEST DULUTH PROPERTY •UR SPECIALTY. If You \l'fint a Home on Easy Terms Telephone D81 for particulars. Msrchat»' Bank 55th Aveone BE YOUR OWN BOSS] MANY MAKE $2,000 A YEAR. You have the same c...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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