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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 May 1903

{TATE MEETINGS SO­ CIALISTS HOLDING THEM Sreat Activity Shewn in All Sections of the Country—Referendum Votes Are Ordered. The sleepless activity of the Social­ ists throughout the year is clearly man­ ifested in the number aitd character of State conventions that are being held, ar that will soon be held, in all parts of the country. The Indiana Convention, held at In-, flianapolis on April 26 and 27, was the largest in the history of the party in that State. Twenty-three delegates were present. The offices of saarotary and treasury were combined aud means will be provided' so that the secretary treasurer can give his whoi* time to the work. The following nominations were made to be submitted to a refer­ endum vote of the party. For head­ quarters, Terre Haute, BluflCton and Marion secretary-treasurer, James O'Neal and Winfield Silver national committeemen, Martin H. Wefel S. M. Reynolds and Mai Hollenberger. A plan similar to the Michigan one wsts adopted to further organize the S...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 May 1903

I SWEEPING INJUNCTION IS ISSUED AGAINST EMPOYERS Omaha Court Prohibits Them From in Any Way Interfering With or In­ timidating Labor Unions. Order Also Says They Must Not Send Agents Out of City to Hire or lm« port Labor to Replace Strikers. Court Comes to Jkid of Unions. 4 N injunction, the first of its kind, has been issued by an Omaha court. It is directed against the business men's association, an organization of the employes whose men are striking, and prac tically dissolves the body, by prohibiting it to take any action against the strikers. The employers are enjoined from refusing to hire them or influence others not to do so from using any money in the battle now being waged from re­ ceiving dues from its members from sending agents out of the city to secure men to take the places of union men and last, from bringing any injunction suits with the in­ tent of breaking up the unions. OMAHA, Neb., May 12.—Judge Dickinson in the district court tonight, on application of John O. ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 May 1903

THE LABOR WORLD. Published Every Saturday. Established in 1896 by gabrie G. Akin, Business Office, 338 Manhattan Build* ing, Duluth, Minn. Zenith Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: One yefir, in advance .$1.00 Six MGfcths, 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. ES A STIMULATING CRUSADE. Organized laboz- was just facing: the necessity of some great work to save it fr^om the ossifying effects of con­ tinual struggle for merely material ends, when sudden recognition of the growing evil of child labor aroused it to a righteous crusade. The health and worth of future generations de­ pend much on the result of this strug­ gle, but the health and continual vigor of organized labor will first be ad­ vantaged. For men cannot long band together in work merely to advance their own personal ends, to increase t...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 May 1903

DEPARTMENT THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF DULUTK, MINNESOTA. Capital, Surplus and Profits aver One Million Dollars. The SECURITY is back of your Deposits AY IVSRV OA" .QULAR BAN KINO HOURS SATURsyar evshing 6 to a o'clock [5*^. jij^ A cure guaranteed if yon use PILES p,le JJUDY'S Suppository D. Matt. Thompson, Supt. Oracled Schools, Stmteaville. N. C., writes 1 can s.j they do all you claim for them." Dr. S. M. Devore, Raven Rick, W. V*., writes They give universal satis­ faction." Dr. H. D. McGlll, Clarksborg, Tenn., write "In a pl.'aoticc ol 33 years, I have found no remedy to I equal yours.' Pbici, SO Cekt*. Samples Free. Sold by Druggists. MARTIN BUDY, LANCASTER, PA. Bold-In Duluth by S. F. Boyce. Call for free samDle. Coiraercial Light and Power Co. Successors to Bartman General Blectrto. Fnnisli Electric Currents Duluth Candy Co. Man ufacturing Confectioners. Ask for Alameda Chocolates. 20 East First Street THE ONE CAUSE Nature originates and destroys. The destructive process begi...

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. — 16 May 1903

4 "0 •v" & CO. 218 WEST SUPERIOR STREET. Reliable and up-to-date Footwer at the Lowest Prices in Duluth. Men's Vici Kid Velour and Box Calf Shoes—union made—$3.00 values—special price per pair— $2.48 Men's Satin Calf Shoes—single or double soles—union made— $2.50 grades—special price per pair— $1.98 Men's Calf Lace Shoes—all union made—special price, per pair— $1.48 Boys' Calf Shoes—the kind that never wear out—all sizes—special price—per pair— $1.75 Boks' Calf Shoes—all solid apd all sizes—guaranteed to give good weai— $1.25, $1.48 Little Gent's Shoes—made just like papa's—Vici Kid, Velour and Box Calf—sizes 8 to 13J^—prices 98c to $2. OXFORDS AMUSEMENTS. Metropolitan, Both 'Phones 969. W. H. ItEANEY, Manager. FERRIS COMEDIANS. To-Night HIS SOCIETY WIFE. NEXT WEEK. Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday Wednesday Matinee. GRANSTARKY. Thursday, Friday & Saturday Saturday Matinee. THE MAN FROM MEXICO. Night Prices 10c, 23c and 50c. No higher. Matinee Wednesday & Saturday Maiinee...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 23 May 1903

^L'OTrr."'.r^ ~r ONLY LABOR PAPBR IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA. O'NEILL MAKES HIMSELF FAMOUS MONTREAL HERALD PRAISES THE BIQ 'LONGSHOREMAN. WAS THE CENTRAL FIGURE And Came Out of Trouble With Col­ or* Plying—Will Remain in Mont real as Business Agent. The Dliluth friends of Gordon O'Neill will be pleased to learn that he came out of the longshoremen's strike at Montreal with colors flying. His jealous minded rivals, who have not even stopped at character assas­ sination, may now have another wres­ tle with the green-eyed monster. The following clippings from the Mcmtreal Herald may be of interest to the readers of the Labor World, as it is indeed pleasing to the editor: "The strike of 'longshoremen was settled at 10:30 o'clock this morning. The news flashed from the Bonse cours hall, where a mass meeting of strikers was in progress. It spread rapidly. In half an hour the news was the sole topic of discussion upon the streets. For a time there was a doubt as to its truth. A few minutes more...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 23 May 1903

Ws LOVILLX NOW. takc uinroe^ picTuPe s* v, AFTER BIG GAME. "Say, Jlmmie, dere's a rabbit over dere." "Well, go after him wid yer slung* shot. I'm out fer bear." HIGH FINANCE. jc "i "How much is In It, Jlmmie?" "Weil, I put In four cents two weeks ago and two cents yesterday, and then the interest'll amount to somethin'." AMONG FRIENDS. wm ~*Choily a" Lady Hotiniifttl XJisits a Life t.-- C? CJO $ ii. making' violent" to ma. before we unmasked." ^&Tr leva vJELL, VCR WANT TER fit. OOINT SOMET.HIN SO I KtKi 3C.T ySOME ACTION, V/ 4 50 DAT5 ME HEY? €i3 A\ v/ GL cfc rtiOQ DEN HERE.S SOME ACTION* LADY BOUNTIFUL BUYS 'HOW CUTC, ru. CO AND GET HI A &PUSH AND COMb.1 1 I (SeneC^I-S— -("NOW THE OUTFIT '15 COMPLE.TEL0 MY DEAR SHE DENIES XT. DEAR SIR-—I frurd you tel the bookeper I was the wurst speler you ever seen. I aint neether so thare. IT'S HIS MOVE. "Are you sure you'll commit suicide I refuse you?" "Sure." "Well, den I refuse you.* SOMETHING WRONG. AGGIE—Look here, r. Postman, Jlmm...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 23 May 1903

I .mn it* SWINGS DEFtttTMENT Capital, Surphwini Prtffotvtr One Million Dtllars. Tha &E3U ITY Is fc«* af your Bvpsslts. ive Reasons £e)hy the £uluth Savings ^ank Js Popular with Money Savers. FIRST—It is a safe bank. SECOND—It is a bank for all the people, rich and poor men, women and children. THIRD—It is courteous to de­ positors and aims to accomo­ date them. FOURTH—It pays THREE PER CENT interest on money en­ trusted to its eare. FIFTH—It invites new accounts FROM ALL who wish to save money. OPEN EVERY SATURDAY EVENING FROM 6 TO 8 O'CLOCK. for watch and jewelry repairing: Watch Cleaning 50c Main Spring 50c Hair Spring 50c Jewel 50c Crystal 10c Hands 10c Soldering Jewelry 15c Set Stone 15c Fins for Brooches .....5c Engraving, pc letter 3c All work is guaranteed. We buy old gold and silver. White Barrios Diamond Co. & WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JEWELERS, 413/2 W. Superior St., Duluth, Minn. HUB-UDY'8 I4fkMii, Ail Suppository A cure gQwaatMd if jo» uie PILE S. Matt. Thompson, Supt...

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. — 23 May 1903

THE LABOR WORLD. Published Every Saturday. Bstabli ibed in 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Business Office, 333 Manhattan Build* ing, Duluth, Minn. Zenith Phone 65. Bell Phone 197. SUBSCRIPTION: One yel\r, in advance .$1.00 (Six MOfcths, in advance SO Three months, in advance 25 Single Copies, 5 cents. Advertising Rates Made known on ap­ plication. Entered at the Poetoffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, Editor and Publisher. CHILD LABOR MEANS NATIONAL DECAY. "Why was it that soldiers of the same race as those that charged three times up Bunker Hill in the face of ft withering fire, were not shot in the back while fleeing before the enemy in the Boer war?' asked S. P. Donnelly, the labor member of the New York Boar dof Education, at a legislative hearing of the child labor question. "It is because the mothers of the English people have been weakened by long hours and bad conditions in the factories of Great Britain," sai he. "The nation that supplied the ootton...

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. — 23 May 1903

'7 I Canadian manufacturers are becom­ ing: thoroughly Parry! zed. They are forming a powerful association and some of therir spokesmen even got so fas as to declare "We. don't want to arbitrate. Arbitration results in com­ promise." There is a bill in Parliament to legalize the labels of the trade unions *indthe capitalists have trained their Suns on it in earnest. The indications !are that the bill will be killed, as also bill to prohibit importation of foreign oontract labor, government leaders have '•soured the manufacturers that they •will respect their wishes. No there Is a class struggle—merely a little harmless amusement for the people. 1 The employers' combine in New Eng­ land are makipg good their threats to enforce: the acceptance of a "reference" card on the part of the building trades, lln nearly every city in Connecticut strikes and lookouts are in progress be ,'tween the unions and the Inter-state ,'feuilders' Association, and hundreds of ,'sarpenters, plumbers, sheet...

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. — 23 May 1903

UNION LEADftAS "PROFESSIONAL TROUBLE MAKERS* Employers Must Put Their Feet on the Socialist and Agitator or the Nation la Doomed. Buffalo, N. Y., May 16.—David M. Parry, provident of the National Asso­ ciation of Manufacturers, which, ac­ cording to Hamilton Carhartt of De­ troit, and Mayor Jones, Toledo, he ably misrepresents, enlightened the National Piano Makers' Association, this week, on the evils of trade unions, the wick­ edness of the leaders 'of organized labor, and the inevitable catastrophe tha,t Is sure to overtake the country if workingmen and women are allowed to have a vofoe in the wages they are to reeeivetor the conditnos under which they art employed. The union move­ ment was called "socialism," and the Civic Federation was scored for try­ ing to settle labor disputes by arbitra­ tion. One of Ms preorations was: 'Is It jposslble htat we will yet become a nation of cringing sycophants, at the feet of the professional agitator and social disturber?" Some of his more ...

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. — 30 May 1903

D— MSUT LABOR PAPER IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA. VOL. 8 No 27. (by Lt&rge INCORPORATION OF ALL LABOR UNIONS In view of the many recent proceed­ ings against trade unions by way of injunctions and suits for damages the following article on the incorporation of trade unions, by Don C. Seitz, mem­ ber of the American Newspaper Pub­ lishers' Association and business man­ ager of the New York World, may not be out of place in this number of the Labor World: "When an employer recognizes a la­ bor union, he ceases to recognize the individual. The latter has no place in the economy of his establishment. He must deal with the concrete idea rep­ resented by unionism and forsake the theory that he can handle the individ­ ual as such. This we have done, and the results, I think, are satisfactory, so far as anything that interferes with liberty of action and freedom of pur­ pose can be satisfactory. When, how­ ever, we do get ourselves into this atti­ tude we certainly increase the respon­ sibilit...

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. — 30 May 1903

0 No sooner are the window glass work­ ers displaced by a machine when an­ other branch of the trade is hard hit. After many months of ceaseless exper­ imenting, Ball Bros., of Munice, Ind., have completed a machine, which, it is claimed, will soon be the means of throwing every white liner glass presser in the country out of employment. The machine is an automatic cutter and presser and does away entirely with the presser, and leaves but one man to operate the entire machine. About one hundred men will be thrown out of work in Ball Bros.' plant and four other con­ cerns have already applied for the new device. Boys will run the new ma­ chine. Is the machine question an im­ portant one? The glass workers think SO. Parry's latest fusilade against organ­ ized labor was delivered in Buffalo last week, where he also paid his compli­ ments to the Civic Federation, saying: "The conciliatory arbitration and so called humanitarian policy is wrong in principle and must inevitably result in g...

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. — 30 May 1903

SAVINGS TIE NATIONAL BANK OF DULUTH, MINNESOTA. Capital) Surplus and Profit* ovar Ons Million Dollars. The SECU1ITY It bask of your Dtposltt OPEN EVERY DAY REGULAR BANKINO HOURS SATURDW EVEM1M 6T0S O'CLOCK Reasons /•/Ve hdhy the JPuluth Savings £ank Js Popular with Money Savers. FIRST—It is a safe bank. SECOND—It is a bank for all the people, rich and poor men, women and children. THIRD—It is courteous to de­ positors and aims to accomo­ date them. FOURTH—It pays THREE PER CENT interest on money en« trusted to its care. -o ,i: R, 4 FlFTH—It invites' new accounts FROM ALL who wish to save money. OPEN EVERY SATURDAY EVENING FROM 6 TO 8 O'CLOCK. SPECIAL •PRICES. for watch and jewelry repairing: Watoh Cleaning Main 8pring .6O0 6O0 Hair Spring.... 50c Jewel 50c Crystal ...10c Hands 10c Soldering Jewelry 15c Bet Stone 15o Pins for Brooches 5c Engraving, per letter 3c All work is guaranteed. We buy old gold and silvor. W&te Barrios Diamond Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JEWELER8, 413'/2 W. S...

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. — 30 May 1903

•5 5%, •2&V §r 4 & V" *r. THE LABOR WORLD. ftib1i»h»d Ev*ry Saturday. Established tn 1896 by Sabrie G. Akin. Business Office, a&3 Manhattan Build* lug, £uluUi. nttnn. Zenitfc Phone 65. Bell PhOne Id?. SUBSCRIPTION: One yet ir, in advance »•. i...%.•. 41.06 St* M^fchthB, in advance ........ 50 Three months, in advance 25 Single Copies, S cent*. Advertising Kates Made known On ap­ plication. Entered at the Po»toffiee at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. WILLIAM E. M'EWEN, Editor and Publisher. EMPLOYERS ORGANIZING. Has the labor movement become Sd great that employers fee! It their duty to fight the labor unions as a mafter of self-protection? It would Seem so. A movement is even now under way in Omaha, in the formation of a busi­ ness men's association, whose stated object is to demand or compel the right to employ union or non-unlort labor without discrimination to refuse to allow curtailment or limitation to out­ put, and to fight swmpathetic strikes. And in New Yo...

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. — 30 May 1903

•.••-•• ..^ x-.» j.t .. IS IMPROVING Arbitration Boards Are Making Set« tlemente—Contestants Get To­ gether, Denver Printers Formulate an Ac­ ceptable Agreement—Chicago Situation Not Menacing. Arbitration is winning the country over. The long list of settlements of labor difficulties, to be found in the organized labor department of this is­ sue of The Labor World, indicates the trend of matters. Though no great organizations like the National Civic Federation are being called upon, lo­ cal arbitration boards are doing effec­ tive work. Denver workingmen and employers alike are happy over the settlement of what appeared at one time ta be a struggle that would beggar all classes. But, happily, the conciliation board of eleven will devide what is right in the way of wages, hours of labor, recog­ nition of the unions, and Denver labor conditions generally. The Omaha sit­ uation, tcro, is clearing. There the conciliations being affected are mainly through private parties and informal me...

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. — 30 May 1903

WANTS TO DEFEAT UNION III DETAIL President of Freight Handlers Says Roads Want to Force Strikes at Individual Houses. CHICAGO, May 27.—President Law­ rence J. Curran, of the Freight Hand­ lers' union, today charged that the rail­ road companies are trying to precipi­ tate individual strikes in their respec­ tive freight houses with a view of dis­ organizing the union. He declares em­ phatically that if they succeed at any one point he will call a general strike of his 10,000 men within an hour. Officials of the railroad companies deny absolutely that there is any such plan on their part, and that if there must be trouble at all ,they would much prefer that the strike be general and not confined to a freight house here and there. Considerable color, however, is lent to the charge of President Curran, by the fact that President Harper of the Uni­ versity of Chicago was appealed to by a representative of one of the roads to furnish a number of students to be used as strike breakers. Ev...

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. — 6 June 1903

ONLY LABOR PAPER IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA VOL. 8 No 28 DULUTH WILL SEND LARGE Duluth will send its largest delega­ tion to the State Federation of Labor convention at Little Falls. The Trades Assembly will have five representa­ tives. Henry Perrault will be unable to attend, and Mr. J. A. Barron, the secretary erf the Assembly, will at­ tend in his stead. Mr. Barron came to Duluth one year ago from Port Huron, Mich. He has attended conventions of the Michigan Federation of Labor and is thoroughly familiar with the work of state organizations. Since coming to Duluth, Mr. Barron has ad­ vanced in the local movement until he now holds the position of secretary of the Trades Assembly. Joseph Pratts, the popular reading clerk of the Trades Assembly will at­ tend his second convention of the Fe­ deration from the Trades Assembly. Mr. Pratts is a well known member of the C'igarmakers' unicm, and is on sev­ eral important committees in the Trades Assembly. He will serve on the resolutions comm...

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. — 6 June 1903

6 1' 11 jkif oouT»e there Isn't. Everybody Ifa tftttath knows there's more Wlk1JTH UmVBRSAL FLOUR here than ail others com bin! That's because the people here recognize and use a good thine wheti they see It. This &&/T is making more friends every day. A great many roore people are using it than formerly. $ha£s because they didn't know tte merits before. The flour, they used was good .enough till they tried DULUTH UNIVERSAL. New they won't have anything ©tee. Perhaps you're ojje- of the few who don't know the mefits of DULUTH UNIVERSAL FLOUR Set Best Teeth Zenith up, we think a trial sack will add yyj to the Iorijrlf et of satisfied usepSrMieet-a -who %ay that it is the ideal flo.^r. fm%cjMMifl|t be beat. Have your tend UP 3- saok next time. A BM& HWBUCT. INSIST «N THIS HMN9. IF YOU WISH A DELICIOUS, WHOLESOME) PALATABLB DISAPPOINTING. f• .t^om the Boston Herald -»ir. ,4 f(How sad Jt:i8,:tOisee,stw-chorus sfir-is frisking like rlamba?upou the.«tlfee, and .then Suddenly 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. — 6 June 1903

SAVINGS DEPARTMENT THE NATIONAL BANK OF DULUTH, MINNESOTA. Capital, Surplus and Profits over One Million Dollars. Thi SECURITY Is baok y'sur Deposit* OPEN KVBRY DAY %Afc BANKINO HOURS «A?V#WW BVIMNO 6 TO 8 O'CLOCK [j^. five Reasons iOhy the puluth Savings gank •9 popular with Money Savers. FIRST—It is a safe bank. SECOND—It is a bank for all the people, rich and poor men, women and children. THIRD—It is courteous to de­ positors and aims to accomo­ date them. FOURTH—It pays THREE PER CENT interest on money en­ trusted to its care. Fl FTH'—It invites new«accounts: FROM ALL who wish to save money. OPEN EVERY SATURDAY EVENING FROM 6 TO 8 O'CLOCK. SPECIAL .PRICES. for watch and jewelry Wateh Cleaning Main 8pring Hair Spring repairing: 50o 60 50 Jewel 50c Crystal 10c Hands Soldering Jewelry 10c 15c §et Stone ..15e Pins for Brooohes 9c Engraving, per letter 3c All work is guaranteed. We buy old gold and silver. White Barrios Diamond Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JEWELERS, 4l8'/a W. Superior St...

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