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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

a E BRYAN AT DULUTH. His Visit to This City Hailed With Joy. Thousands of Voters Listen to Him at the Car Barn. The Ladies Treated to a Short Address at the Lyceum. Never Was There Such a Meet­ ing in This Section. In th^ history of Duluth there has never been a demonstration at all to compare with the greet ing given Mr. Bryan Tuesday evening. The whole city turned out to welcome him. The trains from the neighboring towns brought in hundreds whose one idea was to catch a glimpse of the future president—the Mose» who is to lead anew the people from the land of bondage the Lincoln who is to promulgate the new proclamation of eman­ cipation that shall set free not black men, but black men and white men, not three millions, but seventy millions. It was no kid glove affair. It was the common people. There was no red tape. No officialism. It was a day for the rank and file, the bone and sinew, the use­ ful element of society, rather than the ornamental. At the depot, the hotel, the Lyceu...

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. — 17 October 1896

well as to elect a president In favor of the free coinage of silver without waiting for the aid or consent of any other na­ tion. WANTS TWO-THIRDS. (A voice: "You won': veto it will you?") Mr. Bryan: "I will not, but I want you to have two-thirds, if possible, In both houses, so that ilf any change should come to me, and I should veto it, I want you to have enough votes to pass it over my veto. Bur, my friends, you need not have any fear about my vetoing any measure which is in harmony with the platform on which I stand. I have been taught to believe that platforms are guides to those elected, not merely a means by which one may be elected, and you may rest assured that whatever is in that platform I believe in, and that no power on earth can prevent me carry­ ing that platform out so far as my ability may go. "I desire to thank organized labor in this city for having completed the equip­ ment, so that I am now prepared to sign that billl whenever it reaches me with­ out depending o...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

I wfciild gfve riiy opponent all of those who are suffering from a flood of money. (Great laughter and applause.) But they say how can this money be of any ad­ vantage? Every producer has something to sell, but he can get nothing unless the people have money to buy. Our oppon­ ents say open the mills. They cannot unless the people have money with which to buy. The mills could be opened now if the people could buy what they produce. But when :he farmer can only sell his crop for enough to pay his taxes he has nothing left to spend. Instead of increasing the supply of money and restoring the parity beirween property and money they purpose that we shall continue under this system that makes prices fall. They go on the theory that the syndicates can bleed the people with­ out being noticed until they have bled them all they want to. They are like a man of whom it was told that he lived in a swamp where mosquitoes were ter­ ribly thick. I: was said they never bothered him because by nigh...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

CHIROPODISTS AND MANICURES. THE ST. JAMES 213-215 W. Superior St. Located Centrally. Rooms Single or Suites Steam Heat. FIRST-CLASS SERVICE. Special Rates to Steady Crtiests. DULUTH, MINN. HAIR DRESSERS. COMPLEXION SPECIALISTS. KNAUF SISTERS, 7 EAST SUPERIOR ST. If you are in eed of Duluth, Minn. Fire Insurance On your dwelling or household goods call upo C. A. & E. D. FIELD, Also Houses and Plats for rent, and' general Real Bstate and Loan agency. C. A. & E D. FIELD, 19 Exchange Bldg., DULUTH, I1INN. William C. Sargent Co. AND WOOD We handle the Celebrated Schuyl­ kill Coal, the very best in the Market. We are a strictly Duluth Company and respectfully solicit the trade of the public. A large list of Lakeside property, suburban) acres and farm lands for sale. WM. C. SARGENT, Mgr., No. 318 Vest Superior St. Telephone 14. THE LABOR WORLD Frank J. Weismiller, PIANO EXPERT The best laundry soap on the market. Help build up a ..Home Industry.. by Purchasing the QUEEN SOAP Manufa...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

f[e George C. Findlev, one of the silver nominees for the lgeisla ture, is a typical American. Of Scotch-Irish parentage, whose ancestors came to America from Ireland in the middle of the last century, philology traces the family name back to the hardy Northmen who from the Scandi­ navian peninsula, settled on the coast of Scotland more than a thousand years ago. Born in western Pennsylvania in 1860, his youthful days from 1873 were spent on the wild free prairies of the great west.. A farmer lad, a cow boy, a tramp printer, a country pedagog, a college youth and country edi­ tor, he has seen life "some," and though quite and assuming, is equally at home "breaking" prairie, punching cows, climbing mountains, initiating the "prep" girls in the mysteriefe of Greek and algebra, or entertaining the "feller who comes in to lick the editor." He believes in the com­ mon people, wants no better treatment and never expects to et any better than they get. will vote for no struck jury law, but...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

WORLD day. The Labor World A BI-WEEKLY JOURNAL. Office, 215 Woodbridge Bldg., Duluth. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance $1.00 Six month, 50 Three month 25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on application iigfflBl,, SABRIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the social problem are solicited. Entered at the postoffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. From now until the 3rd of November, when the poll of votes roll tip a big majority for free silver and Bryan, the Some good can come out of evil. The republican campaign committee dropped a few hun­ dred in that Marine bank failure. The reception given Mr. Bryan by the women of Duluth, in point of enthusiasm, surpassed that given by the ladies of Minne­ apolis. When you go at a non-union man to convince him of his error, don't rush upon him with a club as a persuader. "Vinegar never catches flies!" Henry George, who is as as­ tute an observer of popular sen­ timent as there is in th...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

additional cost and the con­ sumer pays the bills. Consequently not only have wages fallen, but the $1,600,000, 000 annual interest burden is paid by the consumer, and at leaat 80 per cent of it falls upon the workingmen in buying their supplies. Of the $250, which in this year 1896 represents the aver­ age earnings of the 20,000,000 wage earners and farmers of the United States, if they pay three-fourths of that interest, 75 per cent, or $60 apiece, is con­ sumed by interest charges through higher prices for their supplies. Is it any wonder that the consumption power of the country is dwindling, that mills and factories are idle, that prices are falling still lower, and the business of the coun­ try, unable to meet its interest burden, is daily growing worse and worse? Free silver means more money, an opportunity to pay these debts and reduce this in­ terest burden. It means, then, increased consumption power on the part of the* people, the building up of our home market, and in ad...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

8 Silver nominee for representa­ tive, was born in Stockholm in 1864, where he received an ex­ cellent education, being a normal school graduate. Shortly after he came to the United States. By the death of his parents the support of two brothers and two sisters, all younger than himself, fell to him, whichdutvuntil thev were able to provide for them­ selves, was nobly discharged. He worked on the C. B. & Q. railroad at Burlington, Iowa, and became in time division carpenter. He moved to Minne­ apolis in 1883, and later was in the service ot the Canadian Pa­ cific in the northwest territory. He help build the high school building at Fargo, the jail at Caledonia and in 1887 cast his fortunes with Duluth. He built Normanna hall, was foreman for a year for Water worth & Fee,and afterwards worked for the West Duluth Manufacturing company. In 1890 he established a sash door, moulding and excelsior factory in West Duluth, and at times has had thirty men in his employ. He is univers...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

The only thing McKinley seems to talk to the poor deluded peo­ ple who go to Canton is the Factories." He seems to thinkthere is ^no other interests in this country but factories and they must be protected. What about the farmer, the mechanic, the laborer? If the farmer and laborer are given a fair price tor their product the factories will open of necessity for there will be a demand for their goods. The factories will never be kept in operation until the consumer has something to buy with. McKinley "talkslikeaman down a well." Anything to be elected president is his watchword. The only signs of republican activity are those traceable to the Minnesota Iron company. That corporation must have the legal machinery in its hands. It needs it in its busi­ ness. Hence the members of the legislature who assist in making the laws, the sheriff, the county attorney and the judges who enforce them these must be elected at all hazards. Money? What does the Minnesota Iron company care for money?...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

a fvfL-m wjjw wyuw E. E. ESTERLY, OUR AIM In conducting a Hardware Store is "RELIABILITY." That is the first consideration of all. We sell STERLING ranges and heat­ ers and they are the best make that we know of. There are other makes that sell for less but we cannot afford to lose our reputation in handling them—for our motto is 4 That any goods found unsat­ isfactory can be returned within ten days and you get your money back. You are safe in buying here. CHAS. S. PIERCE, Hardware, Stoves and Tinware. I9I8 W. Superior St. St. Paul & Duluth R. R. Shortest in Distance. Quickest in Time. Leave Arrive Duluth. Dututh. 9 a.m. LaZdaEyxLTt: *?3?7.30 pm- Minneapolis, Still water, Winona, La Cross e, Chicago, Oma­ ha, St. Lotus —east and west. I.55p.m. diny^t4HaXMata-1.00 p.m. neapolis, Stillwater, Milwaukee, Chicago, St. Louis, Oma­ ha, Denver, San Francisco. Kansas City—east and west. II.lSp.m.^VaWune 6.30 a.m. lis, Stillwater, W ino Dnbttque, Des Moines, all points east and west. Ele...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

buting papers and cartoons to educate the "dear people." Edu­ cate them to what? They cast about for a campaign slogan, a deceiving- catchword, and then set deliberately to work to cre­ ate a "healthy public sentiment." They establish literary bureaus that throw out millions of leaflets and cards and speeches and docu­ ments they write for the papers they stand in the way of reporters and get themselves "interviewed," and the catch-word is used at every possible interval. With paraded good humor they seem to say— "Dinna ye hear the slogan?" Is there not a lesson in this method of "education" for reform­ ers to imitate? Send out the reform papers by the million to the people. Up and be doing it. It will have its benign effect in due course of time. It is partyism that wins. It is partyism that is the great political danger to the nation. It is partyism that always treats public economy as an ism, but never as a justice to the afflicted taxpayer. It is partyism that supresses as much ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

ROT8E msisuPEBioms maautaem. Liberal Advances Made Correspondence on Consignments. Solicited. ANDREW H. BURKE, Grain 502, 504, 506 and 508 Board of Trade, Commission, 12-13 Chamber of Commerce Building, Minneapolis, Minn. Patronize Home Industry. Patronize Home Industry. BURGESS ELECTRIC CO., BURGESS ELECTRIC CO., 24 Tblrd Ave. Welt 24 Tblrd Ave. Welt Manufacturers of Gas, Electric and Gombination Fixtures. Electric wiring of all kinds. Carry a complete stock of supplies. A very handsome line of Port­ able Stand Lamps. Gold, Silver and Nickle Plating and Lacquering a specialty. Manufacturers of Gas, Electric and Gombination Fixtures. Electric wiring of all kinds. Carry a complete stock of supplies. A very handsome line of Port­ able Stand Lamps. Gold, Silver and Nickle Plating and Lacquering a specialty. ICE CREAM ICE CREAM Purest and Finest. Purest and Finest. ICE CREAn SODA ICE CREAn SODA All Acknowledge we have the Best. All Acknowledge we have the Best. CANDIES CANDIES In Purity...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

canvassing expenses of the candi­ date operated well in England and went to the root of the matter. Ohio has just passed a law compelling the candidate under oath to answer to the amount he has spent. The exercise of the franchise was by some advised to be made a com­ pulsory duty. There is much in these words of Rev. Joseph Cook: "There is an independent party coming into existence, and the pre­ diction is not improbable that the next president may give us a re­ generated and purified republican­ ism. I have every hope that we shall conquer certain evils of suf­ frage. I want five guarantees for its safety: 1. A high-toned news­ paper press, independent of party. 2. A thorough-going common school system. 3. An aggressive, omnipresent church. 4. Civil service reform in its best shape. 5. Compulsory suffrage." And this also from A. T. Rice: "That a reform is imperatively de­ manded in the interest of pure gov­ ernment, no one can deny. Why is it that so many of our best men de­ cline...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

j' & 14 Mark Hanna. ELLIS B. HARRIS. Who has the avarice of a hog, With courage of a fighting dog, A lustful heart in hatred bound, That beats the toUer to the ground? Mark Hanna. Who would an atigel now appear To workingtnen their hearts to cheer, With circulars high tariff crammed, And in his heart says you be damned? Mark Hanna. What man employs thousands of men, And fights their every protest when Reducing wages on his lines, Or starving them about his mines? Mark Hanna. Who crushed the seaman on the lakes, And brought them misery that makes Unhappy hearts and tearful eyes For wages that this man denies? Mark Hanna. Who, when the law said vestibule Your cars, because of weather cruel A piece of canvas stretched instead, And brought men's curses on his head? Mark Hanna. Who "fired" the men because they told This cloth would not keep out the cold, And tried to freeze them then, as well As starve them, so they would not tell? Mark Hanna. Who will not hire a union man, But strik...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

\ZSESESESESBSBSESESSSES^ !5HSHSHSE5HSHSH5ESHSHSH^ Frank J. Dow has added three fine tarriers to his list of dog's. The Trades Assembly meeting has been postponed until next Monday evening-. The Retail Clerk's union is gain­ ing in membership and is in a very flourishing condition. On account of the boycott, none of Armour Packing Co.'s meat is being used in Superior. There is a movement on foot to have the electricians of this city join the Duluth union, thereby making one union at the head of lakes. At the last meeting of the Tailors' union action was taken in regard to Bustecher Tailoring Co. and Powers' Tailoring Co. It was re­ solved to put them on the unfair list until such time as matters will be satisfactorily settled to the union. Both these firms have ab­ solutely refused to recognize the union, also to pay union scale of prices, and are employing non union men and girls. Fully 15,000 people flocked to hear Bryan at the West Superior depot. He was met by a committee con­ si...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

9 .«!••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.* PULUTH Bartenders have organized with a membership of forty. The plasterers, who have had some grievance against the Armory building management, have settled their grievance. The boycott on the Armour Pack­ ing Company is having good effect here in Duluth. The Trades As­ sembly has taken hold and is push­ ing it. A new committee consisting of the following has been appointed to push the boycott on Imperial flour: Messrs. Johnson, Wilcox, Dworschack. Lyons and Peterson. The different unions have re­ ported favorable to the organiza­ tion of a label league and the committee has been instructed by the Trades Assembly to call a meet­ ing of the unions and organize. W.D. Dean is in Colorado Springs where he has gone to represent the typos of Duluth at their annual convention now in session in that city. Colorado Springs is Mr. Dean's old home. He will visit with friends before returning. The following presented creden­ tials at the last meeting o...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••a 1. '•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••A** Bartenders have organized w»ith a membership of forty. The plasterers, who have had some grievance against the Armory building management, have settled their grievance. The boycott on the Armour Pack­ ing Company is having good effect here in Duluth. The Trades As­ sembly has taken hold and is push­ ing it. A new committee consisting of the following has been appointed to push the boycott on Imperial flour: Messrs. Johnson, Wilcox, Dworschack. Lyons and Peterson. The different unions have re­ ported favorable to the organiza­ tion of a label league and the committee has been instructed by the Trades Assembly to call a meet­ ing of the unions and organize. W.D. Dean is in Colorado Springs where he has gone to represent the typos of Duluth at their annual convention now in session in that city. Colorado Springs is Mr. Dean's old home. He will visit with friends before returning. The following* presented ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

^2»»T JLm^^ 9tX«R '"if •St,. .*? -t •.•».-. Vj SUE"- -V- '•,/ ,V-,1'. nIV". VS'-V' Ijf nomically. We solicit your trade. *vV\ a a ".?: '.^' MAL TiNC- BRLW/NO. (J v' -and can every demand 4 J- ... jgf FYULTJTH'S New Brewery is now open and ready for business and is pre- li^ ...... r"S j|| pared to supply all with a good wholesome beverage. Family Trade ||p^Jl tit Solicited. Delivery made daily. -c?:-"1- '.'^ S A* a r:::ittti r'i TyAK-ALts E are now ready to fill all orders with the choice product of our new agi .v":- :'v .• ... "sSml \I W 2 S W W v\\ .jsT », to?* v. »*rt/ uv jagfe®*-'* r^TSm *%%$ a *1 ^i :i '. ."V ..W-\ 1 '^r$S 4'Si|" (*4f JV* Cf l.?, I ft?*: HSS' ".?#-• vSa?* *•, ?, a.* ,•§ *+4^ K^jSP* SrifiS 0 "Vfi .••"•A jwjr «*v ki **,2? %2»fJ •V i&j m: 4&* •*£& $«£* 8*l~ rM IP-t tSf*: VA #ilv SraJ ^mST€i iS ,wi /.•i? r* 1 'i a S a r» eco- «'4i ViSTj ""tfn '2't 9ST: 'MT SftW »t£ I

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

I 9 f.:fg SK* A )1k: Sfcf-v •:jk' •-•J-*.* A*:* V®:: iV# ~S::. •riv £?.•••: 2f!'^•^,. «^5i' •.••'if •jlT«_• i^.v<p></p>&fTS •vi ate WE «p® IB l*."vS www Mil Bicwill 'ftl:.' 1 t-v 1 1 1 |fs Solicited. Deliver made daily. £§§r7^vi nomically. We solicit your trade. ^.MAL TINO^'BRLWJNMm a i§M rvULUTH'S New Brewery is now open and ready for business and is pre- |f| pared to supply all with a good wholesome beverage. Family Trade *U O/-^ A*/"^ A*/*^ A\/-^ A^/-^*- A\/-^ A)/-^- A)/-^ A)/-^ A)/-^ A)/^ Al/"^ A)/-^ 4(^^k 4^-^g: 4f^ are now ready to fill all orders with the choice product of our new plant—and can supply every demand promptly, satisfactorily and eco­ Ask for the Wiener an Standard brands. Home Industry. ft!?: "8? *•:$ v. gg '•Oi" Vfi «W.y•••• ,• A :t&£ W'm' v.:?. .• ,*A •?s£p* a«A•• .?:aX v* .• f& *!*a* '.•li/.T. :if£-2 .» *A

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 October 1896

V/' 'v V" hi \S I .MR .if ,« •fM .IT 31 1 I .£•• V' V" .' Stylish Winter Wraps Our Cloak Department grows more attractive every day. Every express brings new novelties to add to our already immense assortment, over one thousand nobby, stylish, garments are here ready for your choosing. The assortment is superb there isn't another stock in the Northwest that can possibly be compared to this. Not only is the assortment incomparably larger, but the styles shown here are much superior, and our prices are lower than you would pay elsewhere for similar qualities of goods. In addition to these ad­ vantages we guarantee every garment we sell to be exactly as represented, if it does not prove so we will replace it with a new one free of charge. You take no chances when you buy here. We wish to call special attention to our line of novelty garments ranging in price from 8IB.OO to $40.00 each. If you want a coat different from your friends you can find it here, and the price will not be one pe...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
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