Elephind.com contains 8,906 items from Labor World, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
A Boy's Mother. My mother she's so good to me Ef I was as good as I could be 1 couldn't be as good. No sir, Can't anybody be as good as her. She loves me when I'm glad or mad She loves me when I'm good or bad An* what's a funniest thing, she says She loves me when she punishes. I don't like her to punish me That don't hurt, but it hurts to see Her cryin', nen I cry, an' nen We both cry—and be good again. She loves me when she cuts and sews My little cloak and Sunday clothes An' when my papa comes home to tea She loves him most as much as me. She laughs an' tells him all I said, An' grabs me up and pats my head An' I hug her an' hug my pa And love him purt nigh much as ma. —James Whitcomb Riley. Two Young People. Along* the country road sauntered and old man his hair was white, his face clean shaven, his dress neat. His hands were clasped loosely behind him, his eyes were bent on the ground, and so deeply was he thinking that he did not see the quick stepping, bright-eyed little old ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
to think I should go and take up with Ezra! But there! I don't like to think of it. I suppose it was all for my good somehow, and prob ably for his." "I suppose so. They say mar riage is for discipline, and I guess there's no doubt we both got a good deal more of it than we would have if we'd had each other." "There's Katie standing in the door, watching for me," said the little old lady. "She warned me that she should worry if I didn't get home at four apparently it's past the time," and she sighed gently. The old man stopped for a min ute to speak to Katie, and then walked slowly on. After this, for two weeks and over there was rain, and fog, and mud, and east winds. Then came a perfect .April day, with soft air, and sun, swelling buds and springing grass. In the forenoon of this day the old man knocked at the door of the house where the little old lady lived, and inquired for her. "She's gone up the road a little way," said Katie. "I didn't think she ought to the ground is sti...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
I 5 5 St. Paul & Duluth R. R. Shortest in Distance. Quickest in Time. Leave Arrive Duluth. Duluth. 9 a.m. s^ndayx-reI?: II.15p.m.^thtpaEulp^„e ela^7.30 Minneapolis, Still water, Winona, La crosse, Chicago, Oma ha, St. Louis —east and west. neapolis, Stillwater, Milwaukee, Chicago, St. Louis, Oma ha, Denver, San Francisco. Kansas City—east and west. 9.00 a.m. Lv Virginia Ar. 1.45 p.m. 10.33 a.m. Lv Wolf. Ar. 1.25 p.m. 12.13 p.m. Lv... HIBBING ...Ar. 11 25 a.m. p.m. 6.30a.m. lailoy. lis, Stillwater, Win Dubuque, Des Moines, all points east and west. Elegant chair cars on all day trains. Sleepers ready for occupancy at Union Depots after 9 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...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
4 SABRIE G. AKIN, Th? Labor World. A BI-WEEKLY JOURNAL. Office, 215 Woodbridge Bldg., Duluth. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance $1.00 Six month, 4 Three month 25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on application 50 Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the social problem are solicited. Entered at the postoffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. It should be made a criminal act for a national bank to fail. Seventy thousand dollars seems to be the extent of the ap propriation to be made for the Duluth normal school. The combined fortunes of the men who are announced as slated for places in McKinley's cabinet amount to over $35,000, 000. The gold bugs and their lackeys on both sides of the Atlantic are clamorous for the ratification of the arbitration treat v. That in itself is proof positive that there is concealed about it somewhere something inimical to American liberty. The News Tribune didn't take a very active part in the recent campai...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
The question of the expedien cy of municipal ownership of gas works having again been raised in several of our great cities, the latest facts as to Philadelphia's experience in this business are interesting. It appears that for the last year the receipts of the Phila delphia gas bureau at $1 per thousand feet, were $3,155,956. The current expenses were $2, 985,514. This leaves a net profit of $170,443, of which $54,589 was expended in perma nent improvements in connec tion with the gas plant, and $115,854 was added to the revenue of the city available for other departments. In ad dition to this, the city gets its gas free to an amount which, if sold at the usual rate, would have added to the city treasury $638,498. It will have to be al lowed that this is an altogether favorable showing, not only for the municipal ownership of gas plants, but for dollar gas as well. The grand jury has returned two indictments against Ex County Commissioner Albert Swenson. Both are for the same...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
6 by, necessitating taxation, solves the problem. In the west the farmers are burning corn, in Pennsylvania and other localities miners are famishing for bread. There is the supply and the demand. The law is in force it is immu table and inexorable. The want is distribution. By what means? Transportation. Who controls transporation? Private corporations. They have it in their power in a land of plenty to inaugurate famine. They can rob and starve. Who ad vocates a remedy? Socialists. They demand that the govern ment shall control transporta tion. They believe in co-oper ation. Why is it that the A. F. of L. is not a socialistic or ganization? The answer is that it needs more light. Socialism works along lines of rational reform. It deals in unities, not vagaries. The strike and the boycott have had their day. A new area is dawning, an era of higher and broader thought in which there is re demption for the toiling masses. —Railway Times. John Bull's Decoy. Olney's arbitration ...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
devils, if they can't ride on his cars, will have to swim or fly. Krumseig wanted to strike out the free foot passage clause and retain the other, but Gil had his eye on the extra fares and said said the council "might as well turn down the whole scheme." The council finally comprom ised by demanding that congress, as a condition of more time, leave the regulation of tolls to the two cities. A Mistake vs. a Failure. The Labor World has had it in mind to say something in the discussion going on about the taxation of iron property. The present system of valua tion and taxation is notoriously incompetent and unfair. In addition to putting a premium on dishonesty the method now in vogue has little in it of either rhyme or reason and of justice not a trace The Reeves bill is probably no better. The trouble is not confined to iron property. That has had atten tion called to it only because of the peculiarcircumstances that prevail. Any interest can es cape taxation if it is sufficient...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
8 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, S1.00 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 in ons 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. 156pa^F$1.50 Less Than 1c. Per Copy. SAMPLE COPIES SENT FREE. -ADDRESS— LABOR WORLD, Duluth, Minn. nijhe... Finest Market in the city you will find a large and very choice stock Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Chickens, etc. I of The very best Beef. Something you don't get every day FULTON MARKET, iiUSSS. Saratoga Restaurant FOR THE Best Meal in the City. 25 West Superior St.} Duluth. .Private Boxes for Ladies Tel. 216. NEWS, MARKET REPORTS, PEOP1JBS' FOBU...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
How Can We Pay Them. Mr. Joseph H. Walker, aprom inent member of congress, repre senting the state of Massachu setts, in a recent speech in con gress, estimated the entire in debtedness of the United States —states, cities, counties and banks of all kinds to their de positors, the railroads and other corporations, and the various individuals of the countrj'—at $31,488,000,000. The entire gold of the whole world is only $4,000,000,000, so that our various kinds of in debtedness is eight times all the gold the world possesses. The entire gold of the United States in the United States treas ury, in all the state, city, and county treasuries, in all the banks, national, state, savings, and private banks, and in the hands of the people is estimated by the officials of our treasury department at only about $600, 000,000. Thus, the debts owing by the United States and the various other debtors in the United States are fifty times as much as all the gold in the United States, in whos...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
10 shut the reform works out from the people entirely. To many, who are not con scious of any intention to aid plutocracy, they have appealed by the statement that many bad books—trashy and sensational novels—are encouraged by the cheaper rates. Is there, however, anything trashier or more injurious to morals, published in any form, than what habitually appears in newspapers? Yet when have these moralists proposed to de prive the latter of pound rates? It is perfectly proper for the big newspapers, weighing often as much as the heaviest paper bound book, to have second class privileges, according to these guardians of public morals. It matters not how full they are of prize fights, divorce suits, sala cious scandals and all the mor bid abominations that wealth, depravity and licentiousness can conjure up. The daily newspa per usually teaches doctrine ac ceptable to plutocracy, and such subserviency covers a host of crimes. The Difference. According to the New York World, J. D....
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
WE WIU KEEP YOU POSTED ON THE AFFAIRS OF GOVERNMENT. This is what yon are looking for. ^Silver Knight "Watchman Supplies that Want. A full and complete record of Congressional and Governmental events given each week. Fifty-two weeks for $1.00 Send postal for prospectus and sample. The largest and most replete weekly paper in the country. SILVER WIGHT PUBLISHING CO. WHSHIftGTOfl. D. O. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED FLOUR.. LEADING BRANDS: "DACOTAM" ••High School" ''Gold Belt" Trade A. A.MENDENHALL. J. C. MACDOUGALL. MENDENHALL & MACDOUGALL Phone 164 101 Providence Bldg Fancy Patent Frank J. Weismiller Choice Patent Fancy Family Every sack -warranted to give sat satisfaction. All Grocers sell them. Prices quoted on appli cation HARTLEY-CHELLEW CO. 108 W. Michigan St., Duluth. PIANO EXPERT Rooms 18-19-20 Mesaba Block, Hark TUMER Duluth Minn. Liberal Advances Made Correspondence on Consignments. Solicited. ANDREW H. BURKE, Grain 502, 504, 506 and 508 Board of Trade, Commission, DULUTH, MI...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
12 HULUTH You will find bargains at the Big Glass Store, Panton & White, these days. The waiters' union will give their annual ball at the Armory on the evening of Washington's birthday, Feb. 22. Thos Lyons, George C. Find ley T. J. Rowe were elected to represent Typographical Union No. 136 in the Label league. An incipient strike at the Hu go iron works was cut short the other day by the discharge of an objectionable foreman. Sometime next month Presi dent McEwen of the Trades Assembly will deliver an ad dress at a joint meeting of the Duluth and Superior ministrel unions on "Relation Between the Church and Trades Unions. The government contracts for dredging in the harbors at the head of the lakes, bids for which will be opened Monday, call for the excavation during the five years of over 21,000,000 cubic yards. It will mean ex penditure of close onto $400,000 a year, and will give employ ment to a large number of men. The question of Sunday work on the docks was discusse...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
ing young lady and a general favorite among her young friends. Mr. and Mrs. Mc Ewen have a wide acquaint ance in this city where they have grown up from child hood, and the Labor World joins them in wishing the young people bon voyage on the matrimonial sea. They will be at home after Feb. 20. This is Worth Reading. The Big Duluth has a large number of samples from Union Label Tailoring company, Chi cago, which will be gladly dis played for your inspection. Go in and look them over and order yourself a union tailor made suit bearing the union label. The Big Duluth caters to honest tirade and carry goods made by honest labor. Order your spring suit of Williamson & Mendenall. Vice-President Union Label League. The Label League held another meeting Monday evening in the Kalamazoo block. Delegate Findley occupied the chair until the election of officers had been completed and the officers-elect installed, when he gave away to Thomas Savard. The official roster is as follows: Pre...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
14 Presidential Contest of famous Campaign Tour most Dramatic Scenes, and future of Full Morocco Binding, gilt edges 2.75 ~imiiimiiiiiifimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHnnmminiHn.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH THE LABOR WORLD The Master Production An authentic a„d inter esting narrative of the of a Master flind.—leading events and is suts of the memorable 1896. An illuring description of Mr. Bryan's illustrated by instantaneous photographs of its Bimetallism... Embellished by portraits of advocates and opponents of Free Coinage. The First Battle By Hon. W. J. Bryan. Embodies an historical account of the part taken by Hon W. J. Bryan in the silver agitation, prior to and during the campaign of 1896, includ ing his most important speeches in favor of Free Coinage. THE ONLY BOOK HON. W. J. BRYAN WILL WRITE. A careful presentation of the rise, development taken at the The Labor World, 215 Woodbridge Bldg., Duluth, Hinn.
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
Without a Home. The tramps of the country are absolutely homeless. They are tentless wanderers on the high ways and byways of life, and their number is increasing. A poet has said: "If on windy days the raven Gambol like a dancing skiff, Not the less he loves his haven On the bosom of the cliff. If almost with eagle pinion O'er the Alps the chamois roam, Yet he has some small dominion Which no doubt he calls his home." Bird and beast and reptile have homes. Savages have places they call their homes. The tramp is the one animal in God's universe without a home. The peons of Mexico, the pariahs of India, have places they call their homes, in the possession of which none will disturb them. The American tramp,—gods! the American tramp's condition is more lamentable than that of the coyote or prairie dog, or that of a buzzard. The iron hand of fate and the not less cruel hand of society is against him. In rags, hungry and filthy, upon whom the pitiless storms forever beat, is by common ...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
A MEAN MAN. My heart was won by Lulu fair While in the sun she dried her hair. A mermaid fair, just from the Bea, While posing there Bhe seemed to me. With skillful art some seamstress cute Had shaped each part of Lulu's suit. Her neck and arms its shape revealed. Not many charms its style concealed. draperies fine or garments gay .is heart of znine ensnared thtt day No porgeousness of garb, fine fit Or fetching dress, but want of it. Bo when today a dress she craves, And I say nay, and Lulu raves, 1 tell her then, with gentleness, I loved hor when she had no dress. —Boston Courier. REASON IN INSECTS. Mental Capacity of Wasps and Humorool Traits of Fleas. Dr. James Weir writes in The Medical Becord that some animals, exceedingly low In the scale of life, give evidences ot the possession of ratiocinative faculty, the same in k'nd, though not in degree, as that possessed by man. The doctor quotes the results of his observations of minute animalculae of very low organization. In his ex...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
V.- Law fre^ervioS NORTHERN(XCIFIC LODEMPITY OVEV 0/F05ITION v/-~- fa RED IUOKB r// ^r\ 9 FI RST LC,NDS oJ-SEPCITORNEL&ON„ 9 TIR ^^rpfn^0Ml^rXdFail^ loTbibFor6Yeavs ^ORKFOTSULUTH LUHBF RHEN-- "T 1 mih Wi iff TERM IN CONGRESS p|l|hiuniiiHi^[niii|iillliJh(itUiJPCTTOE CQNTINUEINGC0NTRACT6TCTEM FOR DULUTH HARBOR 3.0SQ.QQQ Over APPROPRIATION JQ DETROIT PREVENTING^ 6MTF OB»«T^IOR NMIG 'p)k nfi FN W TW^MTYTHOU^ND DOLLARS Ih Peipiotp for5oldimi& Widows 11 11 Lurnrrrrnffiff SCDR ES OFCASE& V. I :I. A /.'h 3 i/. 1/ i.». /'Z s/-\ «F.1\
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
is i&i- '2%:: jy *. JlF.* m. skf# A vsv. i.* •V* jsii IV -. ft* «v m: Vr-:.J "1* 5?» vi:: •JSv "V :4f* v:® ma fe-S' ASi: Solicited. Delivery made daily. STA»ii T/NC^'BREW/NOgm J^ULUTH'S New Brewery is now open and ready for business and is pre pared to supply all with a good wholesome beverage. Family Trade 4 mnnni are now ready to fill all orders with the choice product of our new |p plant—and can supply every demand promptly, satisfactorily and eco 1j nomically. We solicit your trade. '.V Ask for the Wiener and Standard brands. Patronize a Home Industry. Hi .» sRs •it.'j*' mI if:? v&A Wi. 513 •Vrfi
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 13 February 1897
relB 3E alls g| SB mm IE I IE —-r II 3E 3E ill KSl w™ IE BMS 51^15 siSis SH^Hn 51^15 5®5 g^Eig 51 IF New Black Dress Goods. New Colored Dreas Goods. New Wash Goods. New Domestic Goods. New Linens of every description. SJljpn EIBES. IS siHfe New Spring Merchandise Arriving dailjr at the And mark you it is not one piece or two pieces that we have received but complete lines of each. An assort ment that ought to please the most fastidious and the prices will surprise you for their lowness. Trade at the Big Store and save your money. PANTON & WHITE GLASS BLOCK STORE. BJmlSlfaJi BJa cnwisilli^w^llPn^iHiNini^iigMcns Big Glass Block Store New Shirt Waists for Ladies. New Embroideries. New Torchon and Cluny Laces. New Corsets. New Muslin Underwear. 3J|jp£i KlljlgflUn 5^15 eilta nll^Hn TOI^lCi mm a is |j| a is 11 3E