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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 2 January 1897

Financial Secretary Blix and Treasurer Firoved have filled their offices so acceptably that they were unanimously re­ elected. Frank-McDonald, secretary of the Trades Assembly, is a member of the Waiters' union, who has many friends in and out of the ranks of labor. Mr. McDonald is well fitted for the position to which he has been elected. The Barbers union has elected new officers as follows: Presi­ dent, E. H. Hubbard vice presi­ dent, G. W. Guild recording sec­ retary, J. P. Johnson financial secretary, P. Bergen treasurer, John Kemler guard, J. W. Evans guide, Alex. Guertin delegates to the Federated Trades assembly, Charles G. Firoved, Joe Brown and John Kemler. T. Lyons will fill the vice president's chair. Mr. Lyons is a member of the Typograph­ ical union which is a recom­ mendation for capabilities in itself. The typos are the most progressive of organiza­ tions and the members that go to make up this union are among the most bright, intelli­ gent and progressive. The vice ...

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. — 2 January 1897

iE535S535E5E5H5S5E5H535 I !SS5S5&5BSESE525E5E5352j The tailors report business good. Coopers report business dull but prospects for wprk is bright. The bartenders are organized and the union is progressing finelv. The Pioneer Federal union has gone to pieces. Meetings having been discontinued. The nailers and packers report two mills in operation. The rest will start up the coming week. The Swedish Labor club meets every Friday evening and every session is well attended and full of interest. The Listman flour mill has re­ sumed operations, and all the mills here will be running in full force after Jan. 4. This is en­ couraging. The Trades Assembly held regular meeting Monday even­ ing. Nothing but routine work was the order of the session. The tailors difficulty came up and considerably discussion was indulged in. The Retail Clerk's union held its regular meeting Thursday evening. It was an interesting session. The clerks are pushing the early closing movement with vigor and are...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 2 January 1897

True? HER PREDICTIONS. A COLORED WOMAN'S PROPHECIES CONCERNING FRANCE. She lived In Massachusetts and Made the Predictions In 1780—Important Events Clearly Foretold—Will tlie Others Prove After lying hidden for many years nota­ ble prophecies have been brought to light by Felix Duquesnel,a distinguished French litterateur. The manner in which he dis­ covered them was curious. Years ago— soon after the beginning of the Franco German war to be exact, at 9 o'clock on the evening of Sept. 8, 1870—he entered at Paris the train bound for Nantes, busi­ ness connected with his journal taking him in that direction. Between Paris and Chartres a shell came near striking the train, and a few minutes later a spent ball shattered the glass of the compartment next to the one In which M. Duquesnal was seated. After passing Chartres the danger vanished, the lamps were relit, and, as is usual, the pas­ sengers furtively inspected each other. M. Duquesnel thought all his companions very commonplace pe...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 2 January 1897

16 44 power, and the occupants were In great peril, as the air was becoming exhausted. In this dilemma they hurried around the little vessel, and thus created enough vi­ bration to overcome the suction of the mud, and the machinery reasserted Its lifting power just in time to save their lives. The Intelligent Jury. "I don't believe everything I hear about the ignorance of the average jury,1'said an old lawyer in reminiscent mood, "but once, when I visited a backwoods court in the mountains of North Carolina, I did happen on an incident that shook my faith for a time. The case "was before a squire and the prisoner was up for hog stealing. It was the rudest court and surroundings I ever got into, and I should not have been surprised at anything, but I was. After a couple of jack leg lawyers had got in what they had to say the court turned the case over to the jury, and it adjourned to a barn to decide the innocence or guilt of the prisoner. And such a jury! lean never forget what a mo...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 2 January 1897

I I I power, and the occupants"were In^^eat peril, as the air was becoming exhausted. In this dilemma they hurried around the little vessel, and thus created enough vi­ bration to overcome the suction of the mud, and the machinery reasserted its lifting power just in time to save their lives. The Intelligent Jury. "I don't believe everything I hear about the ignorance of the average jury," said an old lawyer in reminiscent mood, once, when I visited a backwoods court in the mountains of North Carolina, I did happen on an incident that shook my faith for a time. The case was before a squire and the prisoner was up for hog stealing. It was the rudest court and surroundings I ever got into, and I should not have been surprised at anything, but I was. After a couple of jack leg lawyers had got in what they had to say the court turned the case over to the jury, and it adjourned to a barn to decide the innocence or guilt of the prisoner. And such a jury! lean never forget what a motley ga...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 2 January 1897

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 2 January 1897

•2 m:: ••Sir*. v»# •if#/ 5E*& l-fri*. tit £Wri: 5# S8S w*# SK? ••:k •if 81 iu* sss ir-v 31* 5r^«I IS*'. i'Sf* 7» •J#:: ••J* ."ii? .w*v::* Vtr^ a E nomically. We solicit your trade. Patronize r^ULUTH'S New Brewery is now open and ready pared to supply all with a good wholesome Solicited. Delivery made daily. MA! UNO BP.tWINC L'C. are now ready to fill all orders with the choice product of our new plant—and can supply every demand promptly, satisfactorily and eco- fp Ask for the Wiener and Standard brands. Home .«a*( •»»»r for business and beverage. Family Industry m't .' is pre Trade «$| •i'.'.'-v.w V'iSl •v.. ••'it .. I ':5f •0"! ,«* »V-#.a 1 I I ii i» 1 ii "V :i!i{ ~~^4 s' •Z.-M :1 ii ./#J| I •i- -w$ I '*'9 1 S •Aia

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 2 January 1897

S®15 ISI I I IE il PI gl il mm is 11 3E If rails 11 3d ii 3E |fH 55^ SliiKlS 51^f5 g^Eis If will begin Panto rv White HIES I2O I^SSsI CSj Monday. January 4th, ssm affile 5®fS ANNOUNCE THEIR Annual Inventory Sale. the greatest Stock Reducing Sale ever inaugurated in this city. ...1896... Has been the most successful year we have ever had as regards volume of business done. We have one month to swell our sales still further and clean our various departments preparatory to commencing our New Year" on Feb suary 1st, 1897. You Can't Afford To stay away from the Big, Store while this stupendous sale is going on. See you get one of our circulars containing a list of the many plums we are going to give you. Sale begins flonday, January 4, and continues for one week. PANTON & WHITE, SMS SIS cnwffH OF THE Bg|l5 a*5ifai^is 5 KM aJUP 5@f5 sffiia Big Glass Block Store and continue for one week. It will be SJ^lS a 3 sie mSi fa© mIS 1 31 1 31 3Gl &M mils 30= mm sm 3E 5115 ail Sl^EIS

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 January 1897

R* VOL. I. V^ R* R* ^tk&L. 7V."W" fc fc S* TfV^ ^f\^y ^K~^^K"^/ ^K~^ '&K~z&f ^LR^ ^4? \I/-^ A/-^ A/-^ V\I/-^ V\)/-^ u, V\)/-^ A)/-^ A)/-^ O\/-^ \1/^ VN^*^ NXI/,"^ Now is the time to place your subscription with the LABOR IVIRLD for 1897 $1 per year in advance. Labor World DULUTH AND SUPERIOR, JAN. 16, 1897. No. 23 '^VJ=LB'"^A^ ^^L ^IR^ ^TTT *. & -414. ^F_ VFR- *. 4 & *. *.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 January 1897

Shirts and Underwear at popular prices. Remem­ ber we carry— Union Made Goods in preference to othermakes Great Annual Inventory Clearing Sale! Reliable Silks, Dress Goods, Blankets, 58 Flannels, Shoes, Carpets, etc. at Dont fail to attend the great closing1 out sale of our Crockery and a a re E it in before April 1st at one price or another to save expense of moving" C. W. ERICSON, Dressy Sack Overcoats.... Handsome Dark Suits FREIMUTH'S Has entered upon its second week of progressive selling* Every department in the store is making* large efforts to reduce and clear out stocks before final stock counting", and is sacrificing* all profits and in many instances taking" an actual loss on the cost price. THIS IS THE OPPORTUNITY OP THE YEAR TO BUY. Is the place to purchase good warm Durable Ulsters... At $5.22,17.00, ||0 At $5.00, 8.00, 10.00, 12.00, 15.00, 18.00, etc. At $7.00, 8.50, 10.00, 12.00, 15.00, 18.00, etc. oo Bargain Prices.. THE CLOTHIER. |2.oo( C. W. Ericson, THE CLOTHIER,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 January 1897

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 January 1897

VOL. The Bravest Battle. JOAQUIN MILLER. The bravest battle that ever was fought, Shall I tell you where and when? On the maps of the world you'll find it not T'was fought by the mothers of men. Nay, not with cannon or battle shot, With sword or nobler pen Nay, not with eloquent word or thought From mouth of wonderful men. But deep in a walled-up woman's heart— Of woman that would not yield. But bravely, silently bore her part. Lo! there is the battlefield. No marshaling troop, no bivouac song, No banner to gleam and wave!' But oh, these battles! they last so long— From babyhood to the grave! Trades-Unions and the Unenv ployed. BY GEORGE B. LEONARD. New occcasions teach new duties Time makes ancient good uncouth They must upward still, and onward, Who would keep abreast of truth. James Russell Lowell. If there is a question which should cause people to reflect upon the incongruity of our social sys­ tem, it is indeed the question of the unemployed. Why are these un­ employed? The ph...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 January 1897

The Bravest Battle. JOAQUIN MILLER. The bravest battle that ever was fought, Shall I tell you where and when? On the maps of the world you'll find it not T'was fought by the mothers of men. Nay, not with cannon or battle shot, With sword or nobler pen! Nay, not with eloquent word or thought From mouth of wonderful men. But deep in a walled-up woman's heart— Of woman that would not yield. But bravely, silently bore her part. Lo! there is the battlefield. No marshaling troop, no bivouac song, No banner to gleam and wave!' But oh, these battles! they last so long— From babyhood to the grave! Trades-Unions and the Unem­ ployed. BY GBORGE B. LEONARD. New occcasions teach new duties Time makes ancient good uncouth They must upward still, and onward, Who would keep abreast of truth. James Russell Lowell. If there is a question which should cause people to reflect upon the incongruity of our social sys­ tem, it is indeed the question of the unemployed. Why are these un­ employed? The philis...

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 January 1897

2 L. accomplished in the sixteen years of its existence? Nothing. Less than that. It has held out promises which it could not fulfill, and has thus created distrust, in­ difference and bitterness, where confidence, hope and enthusiasm for the cause of labor formerly resided. As a means of fusing* together the scattered class-instincts of di­ verse sections of the working class, the trade union is still useful and necessary, but as a means for de­ fending or asserting the rights of the working class it has almost wholly outlived its functions: —neither its powers of existence nor its powers of aggression are on a par with the increased powers of the enemy. No labor organiza­ tion can survive unless it is based on the all absorbing principle of the whole working class, i. e. anni­ hilation of the capitalist system through the establishment of the cooperative commonwealth. Abol­ ition of the wage-system and the establishment of socialist system of production and distribution in the pla...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 January 1897

St. Leave Duluth. 9 a.m. Paul Duluth Shortest in Distance. Quickest in Time. Day Express, except7 QA IT1 Sunday St. Pau!,'1"" Minneapolis, Still­ water, Winona, La­ crosse, Chicago, Oma­ ha, St. Louis —east and west. 1 5 5 a 1 0 0 neapolis, Stillwater, Milwaukee, Chicago, St. Louis, Oma­ ha, Denver, San Francisco. Kansas City—east and west. fin Night Express, llduP'llli—st. Paul, Minne lis, Stillwater, Wino Dubuque, Des Moines, all points east and west. 7.4.5 a.m. 8.15 a.m 10.22 a.m. 10.30 a.m. 12.45 p.m. 10.56 a.m. 12.28 p.m. 12.30 p.m. 12.13 p.m. Tickets sold to all points in United States, Mexico and Canada. Sleeping berths re­ served. Baggage checked from residences. Steamship tickets to Europe. City ticket office, 401 West Superior St., Palladio Bldg. W. A. RUSSELL, F. B. ROSS G. P. A., St. Paul. Nor. Pass. Agt. D. M. & N. R'y Time Table FEBRUARY 3, 1896. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. Lv Duluth Ar. Lv. Proctorknott. Lv. Ar..Iron Junction..Lv. Ar Wolf. Lv. Lx Virginia Ar Lv Eveleth A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 January 1897

U|«|| inHUM might hold their jobs, while sitting on the ragged edge of starvation, fearful that any moment their famine wages might be withheld and they and their wives and child­ ren forced into an abyss of despair or death. It is, therefore, not sur­ prising that they should ask: •'What shall we do to be saved?" And it is just here that the defeat which more,than six millions of men sought to avert, rises like "truth crushed to earth," and pro­ claims that what is called a defeat is like Nebuchadnezzar's fiery fur­ nace, made to stand by the genius of Justice, a flaming symbol of victory, because all over the broad land it served to arouse the mind forces of millions of men to hew out new departures to the goal of emancipation. The ballot, how­ ever much it has been eulogized, has been beaten to the earth by boodle wrung from unrequited toil, and as a weapon can not be re­ lied upon to execute the will of the people while they are in industrial bondage. An industrial slave can­ no...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 January 1897

ing masses of my countrymen ex­ cept by the pathways mapped out by socialists, the advocates of the co-operative commonwealth. I indulge in no illusions. As contemplate conditions, productive of dismay and steadily growing worse, I am convinced that to con­ tinue in the old ruts and grooves is but to reach profounder depths of poverty and degredation, until tagged, numbered and branded, plutocrats, the managers of trusts, syndicates and combines, will at no distant day call the roll of their white slaves, under the stars and stripes, in front of old Independ­ ence Hall, on Bunker Hill and in a thousand other places made sacred by patriotic blood shed in the cause of liberty and independence. Such being my convictions and conclusions after a careful survey of the field, I do not hesitate, with fealty born of hope in the ultimate triumph of the right, to enlist in the grand army of socialism, to do bat­ tle for the emancipation of those who toil from conditions and en­ vironments whic...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 January 1897

6 Th* Labor World. A BI-WEEKLY JOURNAL. Office, 215 Woodbridge Bldg., Duluth. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance $1.00 Six month, 50 7"iiree month 25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on application 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. Boodle! Good Lord, who said anything about boodle! Not in Duluth! Isn't it about time for the aldermen to ask for the ap­ pointment of another retrench­ ment committee? Several aldermen and busi­ ness men have had severe at­ tacks of the "shivers" since the meeting of the grand jury. We notice in some of our ex­ changes that back in Indiana they are so prosperous that 70, *000 people are receiving county aid. The railroad interests have in­ troduced a bill in congress to ex­ tend the time at which the law, compelling the adoption of au­ tomatic car couplers, should go into effect. Isn't it about time...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 January 1897

show that the modern critics of the "Best" banking system are also within the limits of the truth. Nevertheless that sys­ tem, though, is actually the best—for robbing honest mfen of their hard earned savings. A wealthy business man in Minnesota has been quoted as saying that "the farmers of this state were not getting for their wheat as much by from 8 to 14 cents per bushel as it is worth." If the money represented by that forced discount was paid to those who have honestly earned it, wouldn't it go part way at least towards increas­ ing trade, employing labor and restoring confidence? Bradstreet says that the busi­ ness failures tor the week ending Jan. 9 throughout the United States were 488, one of the larg­ est ever reported. This is con­ trasted with 329 in the last week of 1896. with 446 in the first week 1896, 405 in the corres­ ponding week of 1895. and with 482 in the like portion of 1894. The coffin works of Evans ville, Ind., have resumed busi­ ness with a force of eight...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 16 January 1897

GO TO An Important Change Beginning January 1, 1897, the pres­ ent Weekly Edition of the DETROIT FREE PRESS has been changed to a TWICE-A-WEEK. The price will remain the same, $1.00 PER YEAR. The usual literary and humorous features will be continued, and it will also CONTAIN ALL THE NEWS, MAKING IT AN UP-TO-DATE NEWSPAPER. We have just made an arrangement with the publishers of this World Fa mons paper whereby we can offer you an excellent bargain. We will send The Labor World and the DETROIT FREE PRESS Both One Year, for Only $1.50. ^5Gp\'zF$^.50 Less Than 1c. Per Copy. SAMPLE COPIES SENT FREE. -ADDRESS— LABOR WORLD, Duluth, Minn ntjfae- FiDesf Market in the city you will find a large and very choice stock of Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Chickens, etc. The very best Beef. Something you don't get every day. FULTON MARKET, SUSs,. Saratoga Restaurant FOR THE Best Meal in the City. 25 West Superior St., Duluth. Private Boxes for Ladies 8 THE LABOR WORLD Ask your Grocei for Tel. 2x6. OFFICES...

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