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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 28 August 1897

Local Labor Notes. The miners at the Hale mine near Biwabik have quit work. Cause, no pa}- da}'. The boilermakers' helpers will meet hereafter at the Hays block every Saturday evening. Three new members were ini­ tiated at the last meeting. The street car boys speak highly of the merchants and business men who donated prizes for the sports at their picnic at Lester Park Thurs day. Work was commenced in the News Tribune office on the city directory this week, and a few of the idle printers in town have struck a little Klondike of their own right in Duluth. Fifty-nine slaves arrived in the city Wednesdaj' from the East­ ern Minnesota railway. Their master (familiarly known in modern parlance as "padrone," which is supposed to be Italian for "boss''), is looking for a chance to put them to work. The following have been ap­ pointed chairmen of the sub­ committees for Labor Day with power to select assistants: I. Pierce, floor F. A. Schulte, games Julius Dworshak, tick­ ets George C. Fin...

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. — 28 August 1897

^s. MORRIS TO OFFER IT DIILIiTH MEMBER WIL.L. INTRO­ DUCE POSTAI, SAVINGS DILL. Repre»ei)ln.t.lv'c from Thl* Olntrlct Sr-/S«He Will Get the Project Be- y^ore the Honne at the Beginning of the Se»»ion—Don A. Palmer Tells of the Campaign and the Difficultien Enconntered. It is not at all improbable that the next session of congress will witness a de­ termined fi&ht for the establishing of pos­ tal savings banks. Congressman Morris will introduce a bill in the hou®®" question will not be a new one in the halls of the capitol building at Washington aa it has been before nearly every session of congress for several years but has a ways been put aside on one Pretext or another. The general impression among the wage earners, the people that would be directly benefited by the system seems to be that this opposition comes from the moneyed men and the bankers for the reason that they fear that it would cut quite a figure in their business. Men that are closely identfied with the move­ men...

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. — 4 September 1897

1 VOL. 3, No. 18. PANTON & WHITE CLASS BLOCK STORE. Bargains such as we offer can only be found at The Big Store. NEW DRESS GOODS. Novelties— From the Jamestown mills in a mag nificent varie of styles, others will ask later 47c for the same OQP goods, they go at, yard Fancy Meltons— A new Fabric, well worth your con­ sideration plain and fancy cloths of all kinds are the leaders of fashion. This popular cloth cannot be QQn duplicated less than 75c, price..Ovu Novelty Weaves— In clean, new colorings, excellent styUs and best wearing qualities,_42 inches wide extra special, yard A large assortment of axoluslve Dress Patterns, no two alike, will be shtwn for the first time at prioes that will surprise you and win your trade. BARGAIN COUNTER No. 1. 2000 yards Wool Cashmere in Black, Navy, Brown, Tan, Gream, Pink and several shades of RedB, lengths from 1 to 6 yards special, yard NEW SILKS TWO EXTRA SPECIALS. Fancy Taffetas— 10 pieces fancy Taffetta Silks in bright, pretty colors and...

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. — 4 September 1897

T^r.: THE LABOR WORLD. I'rm.isFiKD KVKKY SATIRIIAY. A continuation 'I'll'" TI ii.st Duluth ntizen, Dnlutli l'j/t-as M.itiitou. nml Mountain Iron Office: 2iyWoodhridge Bldg., Duluth. Telephone, 276. SIl'.SCRIPTION: inf year, in advance. 3I.iO ix Monti).-. .50 Three months. Single c"nt.f. Advertising'rates made known on application. DLTRADEST°.ifr °)COU7vlCI SABEIE 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. "The dreams that nations dream come true."—Lowell. Where's Gompers? And American citizens, now, are cast in jail for walking on the highways! What funny creatures those miners are! Protesting against injunctions! Do you believe that Liberty is higher than gold bought statutes? Keep still, then, you fool! Only anarchists, in this age, have any regard for Liberty. The Labor World sends out a cordial Labor Day greeting to all hosts of organized and unorganized lab...

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. — 4 September 1897

I :'i\ mm mmm V,:«' V: ~%*H LOCAL LABOR NOTES. The typographical union holds its regular session to­ morrow. A session of the clerks union was held at Electrical Workers hall Wednesday evening to ar­ range for Labor Day. Take the West Third street cars for the. driving park Mon­ day and help out the trades assembly treasury. The union men of Duluth right away after labor day will organize a Winchester club for the preservation of corporation property. The New Duluth sawmill workers have chartered the steamer Barker for Monday and will come by water to take in the parade. The broom makers w^ll be in the line of march Labor Day. These workers have' not been organized yet but will form a union after Labor Day. John N. Cullen and wife sailed on the Monarch last Tuesday. They will visit To­ ronto and other eastern cities. They will be absent a mtonth. The Labor Day committee has been in session several times during the week and the details for Monday's celebra­ tion are about completed. ...

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. — 4 September 1897

MODERN ARMIES. Their Largeness Has a Tendency to Make Them Immobile. We are by no means rare that ar­ mies at the end of the nineteenth century are not to some extent in the condition of/the armies of the last few y^arstjf the eighteenth cen­ tury. No doubt the modern generals are, or, sr all we say seem, less sleepy headed than the old bewig ged Austrians and Prussians, though they, it must be remembered, were in their day reckoned men of science. But at the same time we suspect that a good deal of our modern military organization has become stiff and unpractical. We shall be told, no doubt, that the Prussian army went like clockwork in 1870, but we must be allowed to doubt whether the clockwork is quite as good now as it was then, in spite of appearances. Besides, Prussia had just the very force opposed to her in 1870 against which good clockwork would be sure to prevail—a piece of bogus military mechanism. Whether Prus­ sia would have had as easy a victory if some Frenchman had a...

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. — 11 September 1897

t'. yj- VOL. 3, No. 19. BROKEN UP BY RAIN. Labor Day Parade Cut Short by Jupiter Pluvius—Hand­ some Display. Exercises at the Crounds Aban­ doned and the Program Postponed Unlil To­ day. Labor Day was filled with disappointment for Duluth workingmen.' The committee had worked hard and faithfully to make it a success interest had been keyed up to a high pitch, and there was every reason to believe that this was going to be a record breaker among occasions of this kind. But it was all in vain the weather man put his foot down 0ur 3 3 3 TOWER AND BELKNAP, and there was nothing to be done but to yield to the inevit­ able. The threatening skies caused many to delay their appear­ ance at the rendezvous and while the line of march was not delayed as long as has heretofore been the custom, ranks were by no means full. Still the parade made an ex­ cellent showing, moving as per program on First street from corner of Fifth avenue west, east to Second avenue east, down Second avenue to Superio...

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. — 11 September 1897

THE LABOR WORLD. I»L-BLisni:r KVERV SATI KHAV. A continuatiou of Tlie lSHustl«,r. Duluth Citizen. Duluth Pros.i 1n 1Mouritsmi Iron Manitou. Office: 215 Wpodbridge Bidg., Duluth. ^-Telephone, 276. RTLT.SCRU'TloN: ie year, in advance. Six MODths. Three month*. Til Single o}ies,'5 cents. Advertising rutes made known |on application. fTR A ES(4 jco UN CIL SABBIE G. AKIN, Fiditor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating toj^the social problem are solicited. Entered at the postofflce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. When G. G. Hartley comes out of his hiding and recom­ mends anything for the public good it is safe to presume that there is also "something in it" for the pretentious Mr. Hartley. The principle figures in the retrenchment committee, who are making such desperate efforts at curtailing expenses in county and city affairs are those who have appropriated everything they could get their hands on for their own person­ al use and now want to pave the way for more plunde...

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. — 11 September 1897

LOCAL LABOR NOTES. The clerks from M. S. Bur­ rows' large clothing store were in line Labor Day. The label league meets in regular session next Monday evening at Electrical Workers' hall. The handsome clerks from the Big Duluth were notice­ able in the line of march on Labor Day. The unfavorable weather was most unfortunate for the financial interests of the trades assembly. The allied printing trades council has ordered the new union labels, which will be r. troduced about Oct 1. A dance to be given by the allied jointing trades council for the purpose of booming the label is a probable event of the near future. The typographical union held its regular session last Sunday Gus Seipel, C. V. Greer and E H. Moore were transferred from the honorary to the active list $ The trades assembly banner on the occasion of the parade Monday was forgotten in the excitement until to late to be procured. The recently organized so cialist section met Thursday evening at Normanna hall in Central Dul...

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. — 11 September 1897

Dad Clarke's Order. Ball players thrive on good food when they are traveling. Some of them go through the bill of fare at the big hotels like hungry tramps at a cottage door. Several years ago the New Yorks were in Louis­ ville. Dad Clarke and Eddie Burke were sitting at the table together, and Eddie said to Dad: ^"You give the order." Dad picked up the "programme" and was confronted with along list of French dishes which Dad would not have attempted to pronounce for big money. "Come here," yelled Dad to the waiter, "and don't be swelling Tip in that dress suit!" Then Dad put his forefinger on the bill of fare and let it slide slowly down past the various names. "Gimme some o' that. "Bring me a lot o' that. "I want plenty o' that. "Lug along a dish o' this. "Gimme a pile o' that stuff and have it good. See?" "WeeI Wee!" said the waiter, who turned inquiringly to Burke. Eddie waved him off with the im­ perious request: "Bring me the same."—New York Sun. A Striking Monument. Nowhere i...

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. — 18 September 1897

v$., .iv- VOL. 3, No. 20. V, .. ^.^V. »P': Something TJQorth Jlnowiny. The tendency of It's the Better Class Mark You Embroideries. Comforters A: Crinkel Velvets. SPECIAL Outing Flannels, 5,000 yards of the 10c and 12KC qualities, bargain counter No. 1. 8c the age is to buy better goods. THEY LOOK BETTER, TIIEY WEAR BETTER, they are more satisfactory to the wearer as well as the seller. They save you money in the end. of merchandise we sell, the kind we can guarantee and recommend to our Customer, and, most important of all, we can and do sell the high grade of merchandise cheaper than the small stores ask you for the trashy, shoddy stuff. the Big Department Stores the world over are the stores that are receiving the patronage of the people they keep growing because they save the people money. Hundreds of Cases, Bales and Crates of new desirable merchandise for fall have been re­ ceived by us in the past two weeks. They are ready for your inspection and LITTLE PRICES PREVAIL. We Giv...

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. — 18 September 1897

THE LABOR WORLD. I'UIIUSHEH ICVICKY SATI UIIAY- A continuation of The Hustler. Duluth Citizen. Dulutli Preen nwl Monntnin Iron llanitou. Office: 2is Woodbridge Bldg., Duluth. Telephone, 276. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advancc. 3ix Months, .Three monflm, .. Single copies, fi cents. Advertising rates made known [on application si. 00 ^(TRADES °ICOU N Cfij) SABRIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher, Letters and articles relating to^the social problem /iro Bolicitod. Entered at tho postoffh at Duluth, Minn., as second cIabh matter. "The 'labor day,' which will be of greatest interest to labor, organized or otherwise, will be election day."—Social Demo­ crat! If Alderman Sang's state ment concerning extravagance in the purchase of supplies for the fire department be true and so far it has not been de nied, it is little wonder that there is not money enough in 6ight to pay the firemen decent waiges.' According to the Minneapo lis Tribune a West Virginia judge has enjoined a Methodist preacher ...

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. — 18 September 1897

THE LABOR WORLD. I'LItLlSIIKIl r.VKIiV SATVRKAY. A continuation of TLIU HUHIIW. Dnlulh Citizen, Dnluth Preen nnd Mountnm Iron Manitou. Office: 215 Woodbridge Bldg., Duluth. Telephone, 276. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in.advance. -SI .00 Six Months, •Three ihonWs, Single copies, ii cents. Advertising rates made known [on application. I -7. CiTR AD £sj°Tt? "ICOUN CILI3 'LumM SABRIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher Letters and articles relating to^the social problem are solicited. Entered at the postofRce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. "The 'labor day,' which will be of greatest interest to labor organized or otherwise, will be election day."—Social Demo crat! If Alderman Sang's state­ ment concerning extravagance in the purchase of supplies for the fire department be true, and so far it has not been de­ fied, it is little wonder that there is not money enough in sight to pay the firemen decent wages.' According to the Minneapo lis Tribune a West Virginia judge has enjoined a Metho...

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. — 18 September 1897

LOCAL LABOR NOTES. President McEwen left Wednesday for a few days' so­ journ in the twin cities. Editor Thomas, of the Hib bing Sentinel, was in the city on Thursday on his way home from a trip to Chicago. The cigarmakers' union del­ egated A. McCullum to make a tour of the ranges this week in the interest of union label goods. The labor day committee held a meeting Tuesday after­ noon at the electrical workers hall. Owing to this not being a full representation no report of the financial results is yet forthcoming. Henry Fisher, president and organizer of the National To­ bacco Workers' Union has been in the city the past week working up the interests of his organization and seeking to extend the use of union label tobacco. At special term of the district court today the three cases will come to trial in which the county seeks to recover its de­ posits in busted banks from the latter bondsmen. The banks in question are the Marine, Security and Bell & Eyster. The defense, as her...

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. — 18 September 1897

FOR A LABOR BAZAAR New Scheme to Make Up the Deficit Caused by Bad Weather on Labor Day. Istlhe Federal Judiciary Inim­ ical to Popular Govern­ ment. The Duluth Trades Assembly held an unusually short session Friday evening. Among other announcements was a re­ arrangement of the standing commit­ tees. As revised by President McEwen they are.now constituted as follows- Legislation—Baker, Wilcox, Moeller. Grievances—JohnsoD, Pierce, G. O'Neil, Tunnell. Boycotts—Pierce, H. Dworschak, Ap­ pleby, Richardson, H. O. Krueger. City Council—Blix, Thompson, Find ley, McEwen, J. Dworschak, Owens. The chair announced that the com­ mittees on public affairs, credentials and reception were abolished, as they had been for some time in a state of desue­ tude. The following special committees were appointed: To assist shoemakers Findley, Mueller, Ehling. C. H. Appleby was elected by accla mation to fill the vacancy on -the board of trustees. The committee on Minnesota stone for the state c-apitol rep...

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. — 18 September 1897

FOR A LABOR BAZAAR New Scheme to Make Up the Deficit Caused by Bad Weather on Labor Day. Is the Federal Judiciary Inim­ ical to Popular Govern­ ment. Tbe Duluth Trades Assembly held an unusually short session Friday evening. Among other announcements was a re­ arrangement of the standing commit­ tees. As revised by President McEwen they are.now constituted as follows- Legislation—Baker, Wilcox, Moeller. Grievances—Johnson, Pierce, G. O'Neil, Tunnell. Boycotts—Pierce, H. Dworschak, Ap­ pleby, Richardson, H. O. Krueger. City CounCil—Blix, Thompson, Find ley, McEwen, J. Dworschak, Owens. The chair announced that the com­ mittees on public affairs, credentials and reception were abolished, as they had been for some time in a state of desue­ tude. The following special committees were appointed: To assist shoemakers Findley, Mueller, Ehling. C. H. Appleby was elected by accla­ mation to fill the vacancy on the board of trustees. The committee on Minnesota stone for the state capitol repo...

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. — 25 September 1897

fk VOL. 3, No. 20. Ladles' Hose. ma The prices are— Infants' Vests. PANTON & WHITE OF THE BIC CLASS BLOCK STORE, DULUTH, MINN. We are ready for you in every department. The BIG STORE never had such an assortment. The BIG STORE never before quoted such low prices. It pays to trade at the best, it pays to get the best anc that's what you get when you trade here.* MANUFACTURERS' REMNANTS OF LACES! The biggest purchase we ever made, nearly i5}ooo yards, embracing nearly every kind imaginable in real and imitation. Laces are correct lor evening wear. BARGAIN COUNTER NO. 1. 5Cj 7c, 10c, 15c, I9CJ 20c, 25c, 35c, AND 50c. Underwear Department. 76c, worth $1.00—Ladies—Wo will open our new line of Munsing Wool Plated Jlibbed Underwear during t.liis week and will offer a ^raiid special in a wool plated fleeced lined silver grey vasts and pants, worth 1 en #1.00, for J* 35c each—Ladles, again, 2 cases heavy fleece lined Vests and Pants, bought direct from the mills thus saving the middleman...

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. — 25 September 1897

THE LABOR WORLD. rriiMKiirci) KVI:UY SATI UDAV. A continuation of Tho Uustli'f, Dnlulli Citizen, Duluth Press and Mountuin Iron Maniton. Office: 315 Woodbridge Bldg., Duluth. Telephone, 276. sniiscRi ptio.v $1.00 Sabrie G. Akin, Editor aDd Publisher. LetterH md nrHclcs relating to^tln social problem are solicited. Kntered at the postoflice at Dulnth, Minn., as fleconri CIUAH matlor. A Chicago dispatch else­ where reprinted under caption "Four Expelled," gives the lie to the tirades against the So­ cial Democracy as a lawless or­ ganization. Reports from Chicago are to the effect that the efforts to dis­ credit and disrupt the Social Democracy have utterly failed, and that the outlook never was better than at present. Somebody has nominated Sheriff Martin as butcher ex­ traordinary, to succeed General Weyler. This leads the Chi­ cago Bee to saj' that the nom­ inator is no friend of* the sheriff—the insurgents have tools to shoot with. It costs nothing to shoot down unarmed American 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. — 25 September 1897

f- LOCAL NOTES. The employes of the Foot, Schulze & company's shoe fac­ tory at St. Paul went on a strike Thursday against the employment of non-unionists. The meeting of the up-town clerks advertised for Thursday evening at the Kalamazoo block will be held at the same place next Thursday evening. County Attorney Phelps has notified the commissioners that he will resign his position October 1, in favor of his under­ study—the republican nominee of last campaign. Judge Moer has rendered verdicts in the cases of C. O. Baldwin for services as special county attorney, and Wagen stein & Bray for plans for county poor house. City Treasurer Voss has made arrangements with R. R. Dunn, A. L. Ordean and H. M. Peyton whereby the three gen­ tlemen last named will take city orders to the amount of $20,000 for four months, if the city needs that amount to meet its monthly pay rolls. Frank Huse, delegate to the national convention of the Pos­ tal Clerks' association, held at ..' Baltimore,...

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. — 25 September 1897

MASSACRED MINERS Eugene V. Debs Excoriates the Authorities for the Crime. In a Special to the Chicago Chronicle He Discusses the Shooting. Now that ho realizes the enormity of his crime and the popular indignation it, has aroused Sheriff Martin is beginning to explain how he and his deputies came to fire upon a body of peaceable and defenseless miners on the road leading to Latimer and committing wholesale murder. The sheriff's explanation simply does not explain, and such of it as would fur­ nish a shadow of justification is proven to be false. Instead of preserving the peace and upholding the law the sheriff and his murderous deputies provoked disorder and then deliberately shot down the victims of their conspiracy. Were I nr.t unalterably opposed to capital punishment I would say that the sheriff and his deputy assassins should be lynched. Each of them is guilty of murder in the first degree, and as they totally defied the law they were sworn to uphold, in striking down their vic...

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