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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 24 January 1903

IIP 4 TOI1B5 HAS ARRIVED FOR REFUSING TO IjICEXSE PRIVATE AGENCIES. Secretary Marco*' Able Report—5175 Persons Given Employment—Mun­ icipal Bureau Em joy* Confidence Of Bmployer*—It Haa Saved To Worklngmen the Sum of f5,000 For the Year—(Secretary's Log­ ical Conclusion. The annual report of -the Municipal Employment Bureau is exciting the the widest attention among all obser­ vers of the evils of employment agen­ cies. Just this week a cieric'in & priv­ ate office was arrested for obtain­ ing money from three poor laboring men under fal$e pretenses.- In the report of the free bureau Sec­ retary Marcus states 5,178 persons se­ cured employment during the,, year. The Report says: "Comparing th'e business done by this'office with that of the bureaus at Milwaukee and West Superior, Wis., for the first 61 weeks of their exis­ tence, it Is found that this bureau leads Milwaukee by 23 per cent and West Superior by 123 per cent. It also com­ pares favorably with the five state' employm...

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. — 31 January 1903

Jr if*' j? W f-?* 4 u/O,^ ONLY LABOR PAPER .IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA, VOL. 8 NO 10. (nished /.-jwMBfcwmt'i'iMHrmn—«iM :a by water power, so, the people will lose nothing if,, thepower is, not development, then the only thing to do is to help a company along, which as­ sures us that it will develop that power. This will be our position on this ques­ tion. We sincerely believe that we are TRIAL OF THE SERPENTS HAS WARNING COME TOO LATE? There has been devil's work at Wash­ ington. A bill has passed the house and is up for consideration in the Senate that is defiled by the slime of official cunning. It provides, beyond the reorganization of the militia, for a "volunteer reserve" of 100,000 men, which it is not contem­ plated should, be, and by no means is, a militia organization at all. Although it is to fc" Resident within the states, none of its .. ^\evs are to be appointed by state authorities and no governor will have the slightest con­ trol of thajt portion of it resident or quartere...

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. — 31 January 1903

Hi K4 THE LABOR WORLD. Published Every Saturday. Establi lhed in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Business Office, 333 Manhattan Build­ ing. Duluth, Minn. ZenitDi Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: One yeflr, in advance .$1.00 Six MCftths, 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. TUESDAY'S BLBOTIOV. Everything indicates that the elec­ tion to be held next Tuesday will be decidedly tame. The absence of a con­ test for the main offices, and in some of the wards is accountable for the ap­ parent apathy- There is, however, to be a lively scrap in the second, third fourth and eighth wards. It matters little to this paper who are elected in these wards, but it will certainly mean something to the peo­ ple. As is well known we believe in the public ownership of public utilities, but the mere declaration from a can­ ...

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. — 31 January 1903

Vltti V) Stll® ijpis There was a big strike on at New­ ton's. .Every mill, hand In Willow City "was out and it would have- been as much as a human life was worth for a man to venture within the mill iintiU terms were agreed upon. Newton was'themeanest-rnan.we ever knew in the saw mill business. He act­ ually-believed that every man in his employ should- be -his slave.' In Willow City his- Wor'd waslaw He owned the town.. He owned every busi­ ness- in town except, a -saloon, and .it was generally supposed- tht^t he owned that, ly a straiw man "for Newton." Every .• that, and the nian'whp.raq ff was simp ly a straiw man "for Newton." Eyer.' single man boarded, at. Newton's, board ing house. A..rtia?ri.el, nian. flcgi'jd bufld" a shanty on a Newton. ljot,, 'ji.£ charged1 for the lumber, and for the privilege of building he must first agree not to destroy the shanty. If he should leave Willow City the shandy .should become the property of Newton. One of the provisions of the agreement w...

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. — 31 January 1903

•**, The question which is now agitating the whoTe country, inspiring editorials, giving rise to investigating commit­ tees, threatening our great cities with coal riots, and in general attracting public attention—a typical question of our society—is how shall we get coal? The problem is not one of how to dig coal. That was solved long ago. It is not a question of how to trans­ port it where it is needed. We have the most wonderful transportation system the world has ever known. With coal, as with everything else, the question to-day is not one of pro­ ducing goods, but of "getting" them when they are produced. The self-binder, steam-thresher, ele­ vator, railroad and roller mill can pre­ pare the grain for the use of man far faster than it could possibly be con­ sumed. Yet thousands of people are unable to "get bread." This is not because of the. stinginess AMUSEMENTS. lyCBUM' FERRIS COMEDIANS. To-Night GRAUSTARK.. NEXT WEEK. Monday, Tuatday & Wtdnosday Wednesday MatitiM. WOMAN...

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. — 7 February 1903

mfr sego«Baeae^ reM^ 'v, VOL. 8 No 1 1. 1 2^Q^°^P^OOOOOOOsXX«OVVQVUVCK?UCCWOO«fV.'Cr,'X5C Comment bn current 'events—continued. We have before us a copy of the re­ port of the senate committee on educa­ tion and labor, relative to .the eight hour bill now pending before the United States senate. The report is favorable and, goes into the matter quite compre­ hensively. The history of the eight hour struggle from 1868 to this day is reviewed jit: length, and the strongest arguments are advanced in behalf of the shorter work day. Carrol.J. Wright, the eminent sociol­ ogist, is quoted in the report as saying that this .legislation has .become a set I tied policy o|..congres«. All such laws *re enacted for-the purpose of protect-1, Ing the laboring man from the injurious consequences of .prolonged physieial ef­ fort, giving- him more time for his per­ sonal affairs and more time and energy to devote to th6 cultivation of his moral and mental powers. "It has always been exoected that the...

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. — 7 February 1903

WM gth, THE LABOR WORLD. Published Every Saturday. itetabli ihed in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. toslneifs Office, 333 Manhattan Build­ ing, Duluth. Minn. ZenitBi Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: One ye ir, in advance $1.00 Six MCMhs, in advance 50 Three months, in advance 25 Single Copies, 5 cents. Advertising Rates Made known on ap­ plication. Entered at the Po»tof£ice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, Editor and Publisher. CPU NCI PKIVATE EMPI.OYMEVr ACBSCTES. The annual report of the Municipal Employment Bureau has been submit­ ted to the city council. It was pub­ lished in this paper recently. Accord­ ing to the report the free bureau has surpassed the hopes of its most en­ thusiastic supporters. It was thought at first that the bureau would not re­ ceive encouragement or support from large employers of labor The oppo­ site is true. Secretary Marcus claims that the greatest patronage has come from the larger employers of labor. They have time and ag...

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. — 7 February 1903

Only Flow Made in Dtf fatii. I PILES Li A SHREW) FELLOW. An Mfehman ^^o as^ed ^musfo ^e'acher how much he charged for lessons was inforrned, $6 for the first one and $3 tot the Second. "Then I'll. take the second," said Pat. And the same shrewdness that prompted Pat to make the above answer is shown by nearly all Duluth housekeepers in using, DULUTH UNIVERSAL FLOUR. They-recognize the fact that it's the best and will. ha^e |\o' other. It's the best flow that Nature' and the ingenuity ofjaaanitsan,produce. It is creamy white, rich in gluten, strong arid elastifc—thfe flour par excellence. Just try a sack and see for yourself if it isn't. PUIUTH IF YOD WISH A: DELICIOUS, WHOLESOME} PALATABLB Invest your Savings by deposit in the Saving Departmeiit of the FIRST National Dank OF DULUTH. a euro gaaranteea li jom ^ae B™'"Suppository I D. Matt. Thompton, Supt. Graded Rohools, St»tesville, N. 01, they do all writes I you A Heme FLOUR dtfet. SMITH & SMITH, Druggists. 101 WEST SUPERIOR ST...

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. — 7 February 1903

*1 AMUSEMENTS. WS^STirFen METROPOLITAN. Both 'Phones 969. W. II. REANEY, Manager. 'i" si Dublin, Jan. 18.—On'my first trip to the west a few weeks ago I was rather astonished to find that the,train con­ sisted of more than a dozen carriages arid that the third-class compartments were crowded with sturdy looking men. having heard of the poverty of the dis­ tricts into which I was going, I was not prepared to see such heavy passen­ ger traffic Surely these men had not been away for a holiday? At a Junction station I was able to talk to some of them on the platform wljile we waited for a connecting train. A broad-shouldered, bearded man, with a bundle hanging on his shoulder, cheer­ fully enlightened me. "Sure, we've all been crver in England workin'," he said. "Some have been gone three months, some six. I've been away since April myself, and there's twenty good pounds in me pocket this blessed minyit fer to pay the rent and •buy a bit of bacon an' that for the winter." "But what do y...

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. — 14 February 1903

v7%?$$m* A 1 ^y^'' lit' 'I rt I a. &"*? Sfl&Mf&s.Pfwl & V* •&* am. "J'. Will' 1" 'i"? Vol. 8 No 1. 1 ONLY LABOR PAPER IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA. President Gompers of the A. F. of L. discusses the attitude of two promi­ nent divines and public teachers towards the-organizations of labor in, the current number of the Federation-' ist in a most able manner. •Dr* Lyman Abbott, who Once occu­ pied the pulpit, now filled by Dr. Hil lis, in a lecture recently delivered at the Chicago Commons a social set lement) on "The Duties of Man," de­ clared that since an injury to one is an injury to all, it is this duty Of every wage-workman to join a union and he went on to say: „J^£ 1 Yit1'6 a laboring man I would ncft be without a union card. The more independent a mart is the more able he is to do for himself, the more im Dp^atively it is his duty to loin a labor union and help those who are ab'^ ,"®iP themselves .It must not be baftle of capital against labor or the classes agai...

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. — 14 February 1903

TIJE LABOR WORLD. Published Every Saturday. Establi ihed In 1896 by Sabrle G.Akin. Business Office,. 333 Manhattan Build-r ing', Duluth, Minn. Zenith- Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: One yeMr, in'advance $1.00 Six MtMhs, in advance ........ 50 Three months, in advance ........ 25 Single Copies, 5 cents. Advertising Rates Made known on ap­ plication. Entered at the Po®tof£iee at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, Editor and Publisher. APES iBr o) CPU N CtUp MLMCI1ML LIGHTING PLAST. Ever since the people of Duluth ac­ quired the gas and water plant there is been a general desire on the part of the majority of its citizens for the ownership of an electric lighting plant. The people are today getting gas and water at cost. They are entitled to this favor in electric lighting. If the city owned its own electric lighting plant, the people would soon seqjure cheaper gas. Today the electric light­ ing company and the city are compe­ titors in the lighting busi...

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. — 14 February 1903

YOU MARRIED? pr ali 'at to be? Then listen! When you go to housekeeping see t'l ft you use DULIi UNIVERSAL FLOUR and yl. I'll avoid those matrimou-? lal sqf ^Us that come from poor cookirj ^-generally the result of poor ftr. Get Juth Uni versa Flour and get /e best. The Only Flour Made Diituth! SMOKERS. IYERSAL Cl*"$ eewtart IF YOU WISH A: DELICIOUS, WHOLESOME) PALATABLS "If the workingmen will, stop to think," said Vice .President James Duncan of the American Federation of Labor, .."theyy will find that the judi ciary are more opposed to the .work­ ing- classes than are,: legislative: bq£ies,* The eight hour "bill is an example of this. I believe it will pass/Congress, yT. -.]but what,, then? The United States^ ^supreme Court must git upon it, and fe^asithe -bill is a labor measurer it would be strange indeed if it did pot "find, .a way* ^o cili it. If At 4oes not,4hep it Is an exception J" CALL ON VAL BLATZ BREWING CO., js labor fo, do? SgA^Ph^s cliEPin^ers' TJnion ^adopted, 6(1^1...

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. — 14 February 1903

\i 1 -V* '-'a. rF'' Valentines Scores and scores of them and at little prices. M. Ladies' Cloaks and Suits. They go on Sale Today at Ctoaring-up Prices. $20.00 Ladies Dress and Walking Suits—to close $40.00 Ladies Dress Suits— to close $60.00 Ladies Street Costumes AA —to close Ladies' & Misses'Winter Coats Our entire stock to be Cleaned out—these are our regular $10, $20, $25, $35 and $40 coats—to be closed out as follows: $3.98, $10, and $15 ooooooooo xooc»oooooooacoooooooocooo^ SAVED HIS HONOR, By riORAL SUASION. A ^K000x500c0xx000xx0000000cxxu0000c0 It was a gloomy crowd: that stood designed, fitted and finished by outside of of the big furniture factory -& Co., in a gcrod sized Minn­ esota town, one morning late in the fall. "No work" was the word that had gone aroun^ and the closed doors, smokeless chimneys, and dismal silence proclaimed the dread tidings more im­ pressively than voices ccrulti. A tra­ gedy could be read in each man's face —only the commonplace tragedi...

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. — 21 February 1903

I, *-J," ONLy^B6ir^P$R":^ IN :^X11L NORTHERN MINNESOTA! Vol. 8 No Senator Reike this week introduced resolution in the state senate, re­ quiring' the labor corpmittee to inves­ tigate the charge that organized labor had secured concessions from ths State Fair association in the constrTip |tion of new buildings, and also to as­ certain the difference in wages paid to union and non-union labor. We have wondered where the sena­ tor hailed from ever since we read of his resolution. He is undoubtedly honest and sincere in his motive. While from our standpoint- he is wrong, yet he believes that he is right, and he will have many followers in the state. Just to show hcrw men will differ, Senator McGowan introduced another resolution to offset that of Mr. Reike's commending the Fair association for its action. Why should these two men differ? For this reason. Their environments and trend of thought are altogether varied. Senator McGowan is from Minneapolis, wjiere he has seen the practical ...

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. — 21 February 1903

v- •u lu ch not the J. it ~*i ^iftH a "f^v THE LABOR WORLD. Published Every Saturday. Establi thed in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Business Office, 333 Manhattan Build­ ing, Duluth. Minn. Zenith Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: One yeJir, in advance $1.00 Six MCAths, 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. TRADE UNIONS THE BEST. We had long ago thought that every '.hinking man of today recognized the necessity of organization in some form among workingmen. The fact that capital has been permitted tc entrench Itself behind powerful combinations, with but little effective opposition, has never been questioned. The general feeling is that capital has aright to or­ ganize. Its methods have often been ijuestioned, but this makes little differ­ ence, for its power in industry and with the government is so gr...

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. — 21 February 1903

1 FEBRIS COiEDIINS. To-Night THE CRUCIFIX NEXT WEEK. Monday, Tuuday ft Wadntsday Wadnasday Matlnaa. THE MAN OUTSIDE Thursday, Friday & Saturday Saturday Matlnaa. SAPHO. Night Prices 10c, 25c and 50c. No higher. Matinaa Wadnasday & Saturday Ma'inec Prices 10c and 2oc. 4r— SAVINGS DEPARTMENT THE FIRST OF DULUTH, MIMESOTA. Capital, Surplus and Profitsovar One Million Dollars. ha SECU IIY is back of your Deposits OPEN EVERY DAY l^ll REGULAR BAN KINO HOURS I SATURDAY eVIMMS 6 TO CClflCK [|^JI It YOUR OWN BOSS! MANY MAKE $2,000 A YEAR. You hitvi the same chance. Start a ail-Order Business at home. I tell ,u how. Money coming in daily, normous profits. Everything fur ished. Write at once for my "Star •r" and free particulars.. Address L. BURGMASTER, 28 Central Bank Bldg., Chicago. PILES A cure guaranteed if jrow use by Drugfcials. Suppository •iirc guaranteed if you JUDY'S PILE I A AJwJrflJ Thomoson. Suot. P. Matt. Thompson, Supt. Graded PSchools, StatesviUe, N. (\, writes: "I can ...

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. — 21 February 1903

Hi i' ?J THE BIG A ilevoted young couple got married a little time ago and took up their abode in a dainty villa in a suburban quarter. Kverytliing in the house was of the latest und most tasteful kind, the ap­ pearance uf the place gave unmixed satisfaction. Hut (.lie evening when the husband returned from business, he found—to his disgust—that, the water pipe had burs't. The rooms were flooded, and the ear pets. which were the husband's spec­ ial pride, were in danger of being spoiled. "Well, wpll." said he impatiently to liis wife,"why on earth didn't you ham­ mer the pipe up?" Here give me a hammer und I'll do it in a twinkling!" He got a hammer and pounded away ill a pipe down in the cellar. When he had finished he paused to examine the result, of his labor then to his complete chagrin, he heard the sweetly chiding voice of his wife at. the top of the stairs. "Howard:" said she, "I am sorry to say the gas has gone out!" "Railroads declare they will confis­ cate coal wherever 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. — 28 February 1903

ONLY LABOR .PAPER 2 IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA. VOL! 8 No 14. The labor editors of the country are having lota of fun with Dr. Hillis' re­ cent mercenary sermon, on "Labor Against Labor." It is being dissected and answered in a most simple manner by the humblest writers on labor to­ pics. A comparison of Dr. Hillis' ser­ mon on the man who takes a job dur­ ing a strike, with the speech delivered by the late John P. Altgeld at Brooklyn In 1901, on the same subject is most interesting. The character and intellect of each shines out in both the discourse and speech. Hillis on $10,000 a year before a fashionable congregation finds it im­ mensely popular to cater to the senti­ ment of his hearers. While Altgeld, for a mere "thank you,*' and general condemnation from press and pulpit, sang that ne\y song of liberty which made the Elliott and Hillis "Strike Breaking Heroes" hide in shame. PERSONAL, ORGANIZATION AND LEGISLATIVE. 1 OO^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO bad man to pattern afte...

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. — 28 February 1903

{7a 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 ye(lr, in advance $.1.00 Six Moftths, 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. LABOR PAPER ADVERTISING. The question is often asked how is it that weekly papers are not as large as a daily. One reason for this is that they are not so extensively patronized. Their field of operations is not the same and their missions are different. The average daily newspaper has now become all hut in name an advertiser's organ, that is, all its space is sold to anyone who is willing to pay for it. Added to this fact that competition in trade and commerce has become so keen, men in business must buy news­ paper space in order to c...

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. — 28 February 1903

Buinjim0^ritha» te d°wn lon*- Jim was a good fellow, and made of Patches of all sorts of feelings and a sorapbook full of all styles and varie­ ties of ideas. But he was first and foremost Jim Bloss at all times and everywhere. In good clothes he was a fine looking fellow, and no dismantled little god of thought sat on the man el-piece of his sane, strong, level *nmd that is to say, he was not a crank and therefore had no hobby. Jim had been a faithful fireman, but after the strike he quietly yielded his Place to a "scab." And then more as a matter of experience than anything else he took to the road, and for about tsix weeks Jim was a star tourist. One time when he got off the trucks his1 eyes were so swollen with the flying striking sand and gravel that he could *»ot see for over twenty-four hours. Jim wanted work, and he was going to have it if it could be had—and he knew it would be had—and it would be "firing," too. What would Jennie Clark think if she saw him now?—a real, genu...

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