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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 12 February 1898

MURDERED MARTYRS Continued from first page. of the dead are the oppressors of the living. I would, if I could, restore them to their rightful positions as evange­ lists, the proclaimers of good news to their fellow-men— crusaders, to rescue the sacred shrines of justice from the pro­ fanations of the capitalistic de filers who have made them more repulsive than Augean stables. Aye, I would take them, if I could, from peaceful slumber in their martyr graves—I would place joint to joint in their dislocated necks —I would make the halter the symbol of redemption—I would restore the fle&h to their skele­ ton bones—their eyes should again flash defiance to the ene­ mies of humanity, and their tongues, again, more eloquent than all the heroes of oratory, should speak the truth to a gainsaying world. Alas, this cannot be done—but some­ thing can be done. This stig­ ma fixed upon their names by atn outrageous trial can be for­ ever obliterated and their fame be made to shine with resple...

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. — 19 February 1898

VOL. 3, No. 42. FREIMUTH'S. CO as (U rt aJ -H "4_ The GO en CO J- aJ ^3 c/3 O c/) aJ -f. cn FREIMUTH'S V. THE COMING MAN. Will Bryan Be the Next Nom inee of the Demo­ crats? Prof. Canfield in Brann's Icon' oclast Tells Why Bryan Will Be Renominated. On the 8th day of January the anniversary of the battle of New Orleans, democrati cally calle^ "Jackson's Day," attended a^banquet held by the W. J. Bryan League of Chicago at the Tremont hotel, that city. The guest of the evening was the distinguished orator and statesman from Nebraska. Five hundred silver democrats were at the tables and a hun­ dred more stood along the walls, because they could not find chairs. It speaks some­ thing for the love and venera­ tion in which this man is held, the enthusiasm with which he is received and the admiration which he excites when I say that the eating did not begin until 10 o'clock, the speaking until 12, Mr. Bryan was the last man on the program, and they waited through it all. He rose to his f...

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. — 19 February 1898

te aste^j-r lis if #4* te V1 Mf,: f. i' •K II tt ,7" *Ai1 "i-! *M •A, THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. A continuation of The Hustler. 1Dulnth Cltlzou, Duluth Press and Mountain Iron Manitou. Office: 35 Woodbridge Bldg., Duluth. Telephone, 400—3 rings. Printing Plant: 1915 w- Superior St. Telephone, 376. (SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance, $1-00 Six Months, Three motftbs, "2j Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on application. ^(TRADES (°.T1T°)COU N OIL] SABRIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. 'Letters and articles relating to the social problem are solicited. Entered at the postofflce at Duluth, Minn., an second class matter. Emil Zola is a socialist and that is the reason the French government is prosecuting him. He is a man of much wealth and stands one of the foremost literary men of the •world. Some ignorant person will denounce socialism be­ cause, he says, it will not pay brains enough. But brains like Zola's are not afraid that it will not get justic...

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. — 19 February 1898

LOCAL NOTES. Aldermen Griffon and Harker and N. W. Hoopes are in St. Paul this week attending the state convention of the master plumbers. The committee looKing after the bus­ iness relations of the typographical union with the printery of C. E. Ji'dd, reports that he says he is willing to em­ ploy union printers, but cao get tbeni. Mr. Judd should remember that all union printers insist on fair conditions of employment. That seems to be the only bar to a friendly relation between Mr. Judd and the typographical union. The economic discussion down on the cards for last evening was supplemented by Dri Patton's address at the labor bazaar. The next on the program will be "Fair Made Goods" by Fred H. Lounsberry, March 4. As editor of the Union Label Advocote, Mr. Lounsberry has made u. special study of the union label agitation and can explain the prin­ ciple of this propoganda to the satis­ faction of every person interested. Miss Mary Pitt, of Dollarville, Mich., and G. W. McCormick 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. — 19 February 1898

THE COMING MAN. Continued from first page. to inaugurate the attack upon Bryan and the things Bryan represents is W. Hearst, who was a western man until he went to New York and became inoculated with the virus of Wall street. Hearst supported Bryan in the last campaign, but since then the evidences are that he has been "con­ verted." The daily press of the coun­ try recently contained tele­ graphic dispatches, bearing excerps from an editorial in the Journal, which was signed by Arthur McEwan, its chief editorial writer. It called for the demolition of Bryan and the selection of another leader. McEwan, of course, i3 of im­ portance only as the hired hand and mouthpiece of Hearst, and Hearst is of im­ portance only as the mtrnth piece of the eastern gang. McEwan is best remembered upon the Pacific coast, where he lived and worked for many years, as a journalist who, when drunk would stuff his trousers into his boots, put on a pair of spurs, stagger into the editorial room of the Ex­ ...

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. — 26 February 1898

Vol. 3, No. 43. HE WANTS MONEY McDonnell Tells the Council Why He Should be Paid. Balance on Carroll-Porter Es tlmate Referred Baolc for Investigation. At the council meeting Mon­ day night two judgments for hydrant rentals in favor of the State Trust company, of New York, aggregating $7607.82 were ordered paid. A resolu­ tion for the payment of the balance of $4599.14 withheld on the $18,000 Carroll-Porter es­ timate, which has for a long time been a bone of contention, was referred back to the water­ works committee for investi­ gation as to the condition of the pipe near the reservoir, and a request from Contractor Mc­ Donnell for the allowance of an approximate estimate on stone for the reservoir was re­ ceived, discussed and laid over for one week. The judgments for hydrant rentals allowed were, one for $5262.15, with costs and inter­ est, affirmed on appeal and one for $2,345.67, pending an appeal. The city attorney advised that in the last case the same points were involved a...

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. — 26 February 1898

THE LABCR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVBBY SATURDAY. A continuation of Tiiu Efmtler, Dalai CltUan, Dulutb Press itnfl Mountain Iron Wanltou. Office: as WjJ bridge Bldz-, Duluth. Telephone, 400—3 rings. Printing Plant: 1913 W. Superior St. Telephone. 276. {SUBSCRIPTION: One y#ar, in advance, Six Months, Three months, $1.00 .50 .25 Single copies, a cents. Advertising rates made known on application. 61T AD E 5 (°. tljr °)COUN TlB SABBIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the social problem are solicited. Entered at tho postoffice at Daluth. Minn., as second class matter. Prosperity, Mo., is to change its name to Adversity to be in harmony with the eternal fit­ ness of things. Ignatius Donnelly, Minne­ sota's most noted citizen, was married last Tuesday, Wash­ ington's birthday to Miss Ma­ rion Olive Hansen. The reading of Washington's farewell address at the trial of the strikers at Lattimer was so appropriate. The trial is •synonymous of justice and patriotism. The...

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. — 26 February 1898

THE LABOR WORLD. PCBLISMSD KTKBY SATURDAY. A continuation of Tbe Hastier, UalalU CltUsn, Duluth Press and Mountain Iron JTanltou. Office: 35 W^Jbridge Bldz.. Duluth. Telephone, 400—3 rings. Printing Plant: 1915 W. Superior St. Telephone, 376. {SUBSCRIPTION: One y«ar, in advance, $1.00 Ilx Months, .50 Three months, -25 Slntfle copies, cents. Advertising rates made known on application. tafTRAPE 51°.it? j~COUN~?Lfe SABRIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the social problem are solicited. Entered at the postoffice at Dnluth, Minn., as second class matter. Prosperity, Mo., is to change its name to Adversity to be in harmony with the eternal fit­ ness of things. Ignatius Donnelly, Minne­ sota's most noted citizen, was married last Tuesday, Wash­ ington's birthday to Miss Ma­ rion Olive Hansen. The reading of Washington's farewell address at the trial of the strikers at Lattimer was so appropriate. The trial is •synonymous of justice and patriotism. The peop...

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. — 26 February 1898

LOCAL NOTES. Proctorknott is said to be enjoying a small-sized boom. Commissioner Randall, of the hrf? de­ partment, has resigned from the board. J. J. Musolf, of the waiters" union, has accepted a situatiou with aspic a bouse, J. F. McDonald, of tho waiters' uoion, is out again after an attack of the measles. Cincinnati barbers want a law requ ing barbers to pass examination and get a certificate same as in Minnesota. Next Friday evening the Agents' As­ sociation meet and with the assistance of President McEwen will install the newly elected officers. The official proceedings of the last convention of the state Federation of Labor is in the hands of the printers and will be issued the last of nexc week. The "sturdy blacksmiths" will meet next Saturday evening to install officers President McEwen will be present to do the work. The new charter is expected every day. On account of the Industrial Bazaar, the Trades Assembly did not hold its regular 'meeting Friday evening. The 3xt mee...

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. — 26 February 1898

®r':- AMATEUR PIRATES. Sir Francis Drake's First Attempt In the Art of Piracy. Frank R. Stockton contributes to St. Nicholas a series of articles on "The Buccaneers of Our Coast." In his characteristic vein Mr. Stockton says: Spain was not at war with Eng­ land, and when Drake sailed with four small ships into the port of the little town of Nombre de Dios in the middle of the night the inhabit­ ants of the town were as much as­ tonished as the people of Perth Am boy would be if four armed vessels were to steam into Raritan bay and endeavor to take possession of the town. The peaceful Spanish towns­ people were not at war with any civ­ ilized nation, and they could not un­ der stand why bands of armed men should invade their streets, enter the market place, Use their calivers, or muskets, into the air, and then eound a trumpet loud enough to wake up everybody in the place. Just outside of the town the invad­ ers had left a number of their men, tmd when these heard the trumpet in the ...

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. — 5 March 1898

VOL. 3, No. 44. Big Redaction Sale ON ALL f\\so or) all First Conge First Served. Overcoats CHILDREN'S Suits Reefers. REA\EA\BER: We live up to wbat We Advertise. C. W. ERICSON, 219 W .Superior Street. THE CLOTHIER. RAILROAD TAXATION. If There is Justice in Taxation 11 is a License Fee for a Privilege. Fee Belongs to the State and Community Which Creates and Grants the Privilege. Counties in which railroad lands' are situated—and St. Louis has apparently more railroad land in extent and value than aay other county in the state—are inclined to think it a hardship that the state takes all the taxation of these lands. Other counties, in which there doesn't happen to be much railroad land, think that the present arrange­ ment is fair enough and see no reason for complaint. Conse­ quently there is some discus­ sion, in which the most ob­ vious point is that the dis­ putants do not understand what they are talking about and cannot agree how the tax should be divided because they have no i...

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. — 5 March 1898

VOL. 3, No. 44. Big Rednctioo Oti i. ALL Also Of) 219 W .Superior Street. RAILROAD TAXATION. If There is Justice in Taxation .... I is a License Fee for a Privilege. Fee Belongs to the State and f! Community Which Creates and Grants the Privilege. Counties in which railroad lands' are situated—and St. Louis has apparently more railroad land in extent and value than any other county in the state—are inclined to think it a hardship that the state takes all the taxation of these lands. Other counties, in which there doesn't happen to be much railroad land, think that the present arrange­ ment is fair enough and see no reason for complaint. Conse­ quently there is some discus­ sion, in which the most ob­ vious point is that the dis­ putants do not understand what they are talking about and cannot agree how the tax should be divided because they have no idea what the tax is. It never occurs to most of them that there is any just principle on which taxation should be based, except the gen...

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. — 5 March 1898

THE LABOR WORLD. PCBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. A continuation of The Hustler. Duluth Citizen, Duluth Press and Mountain Iron Manitou. Office: 35 Woaibridge Bid?., Duluth. Telephone, 400—3 rings. Printing Plant: 1915 Superior St. Telephone, 376. 11.00 (SUBSCRIPTION: Letters and articles relating to the social problem are solicited. Entered at the postofflce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. A few of our good intentioned Duluth people must get down to fundamental principles and abolish cause before they can go a great way toward remedy­ ing existing evils. They told us Monday that the Maine was not blown up by any explosion within they told us Tuesday that the catas­ trophe was not the result of any explosion without. That reduces it to a miracle. Henry Truelsen h^s been nominated informally for state auditor. There have been feebler men in high places. But Mayor Truelsen's specialty is getting elected in Duluth to fight the Gas and Water com­ pany. While such sanguinary pat­ riot...

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. — 5 March 1898

LOCAL NOTES. Armour beef is on the unfair litrt. The managers of the Bazaar report about $500 made above all expenses. The Scandinavian Bakery distributed its bazaar goods to the poor last Satur­ day night. West Superior is agitating the ques­ tion of municipal ownership of the elec trie light plant. Those in a position to know say the Bazaar News turned Republican and ceased to exist. Manager McGinnis says business is good in the Union Men's Mutual Insur ance association. Fred Ehling, of the pressman's union, has just returned from a two weeks' visit to Cedar Rapids Iowa. George Brown, of the Lyceum barber shop, accompanied by his wife and little son, left last Sunday for a vi3it to Port­ land and other coast towns. The regular meeting of the cigar makers was held Wednesday evening. There was a good attendance but only routine business was attended to. J. H. Baker, who did so much for the Industrial Exposition, broke the Sab­ bath by turning souvenir dishes for the visitors at the ...

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. — 5 March 1898

RISE AND FALL OF MURPHY. The Thrilling Adventures of Mr. Murphy and a Barrel. This is the story of Murphy's travels. Murphy did not travel for a great length of time, but be moved rapidly while ho was at it, and he met with a variety of incidents equal to any related by Marco Polo or Bayard Taylor. The true story of Murphy's trav­ els is told by the employee of a prominent accident liability insur­ ance company, whose duty it was to adjust claims. One day he receved a telephone message directing him to call at an unfinished building in the down 'town region and investigate an acci­ dent which threatened to result in a lawsuit against the company. He went to the building and made in­ quiries, and the facts, as nearly as he could get them, will be hereafter submitted. It seemed that Murphy and Clancy (Irish) and a third man named Schmelz (not Irish) had been put to work to clear the rubbish and de­ bris from the top floors of the build­ ing. They did not wish to carry it down five or ...

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. — 12 March 1898

VOL. 3, No. 45. II BE SELF-SUPPORTING Why Must We Get Somebody Down East to Ad­ vance Money to Hire Ourselves to Do Our Own Work? A little book has recently been published on the Guern­ sey market house^ method of financiering. There was noth­ ing particularly remarkable about it though. The Guern­ sey folk did the simplest and most natural thing they could. They wanted a market house at St. Peters, the principal town on -the island of Guern­ sey. The ordinary way in such cases is to issue bonds. It is so much the usual way that we have come to think it is the only feasible plan of doing any­ thing or getting anything built. But in the absence of any money lenders, Guernsey had to find some other way Accordingly the governor of the island issued scrip in the fprm of one-pound notes. The people who furnished material and labor accepted the scrip and the market was built. The scrip was good to pay stall rent with at the market and before long it was all redeemed that way. The notes we...

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. — 12 March 1898

THE LABOR WORLD. PCBLiairsD EVTRT SATURDAY. A. continuation of The Hustler, Duluth Citizen. Duluth Pi-tids and Mountain Iron Mauitou. Office: 2I5 Woodbrldge Bldg., Duluth. Telephone, 280. Printing Plant: 1915 W. Superior St. Telephone, 276. S1.00 {SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advunee, Six Months, Three months, —a Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on application. '(TRADES (°.Tnf COUN-TfLJ JI.L .u~ SABRIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the social problem are solicited. Entered at the postofflce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. McKinley has been president one year. Do you remember those pictures of his opening the mills? Free speech, a free press and the right of free assemblage are at the root of free institu­ tions. Nothing else matters if those rights are abridged. There is always time enough for war. If there is any ad­ vantage in fighting or necess­ ity for it, it will still be pos­ sible to go a-killing tomorrow It is sma...

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. — 12 March 1898

LOCAL NOTES. Louis Nash, a prominent St. Paul or­ ganized labor man was ia the city last Sunday. Last Saturday night President Mc. Ewen installed the newly elected officers of the stone masons' un ion. The stoneware potters' union has Leen recently organized at Red Wing and nave affiliated with the state federation. O. D. Davis, of the cigar makers' union, is confined in St. Luke hos­ pital with typhoid fever. He is very low. Cigar makers' local union intend sending a man up on the range again in the very near future to do a little agitat­ ing for the blue label. Geo.F. Uhler, national president of the marine engineers will arrive in the city today and address the members of his craft at the Armory this evening. The carpenters' union met Friday evening in the Columbus block. Only ordinary business was before the meet­ ing. There was a good attendance. The butchers' union have trouble with Mr. Mogler, a local butcher who refuses to employ union help and close at 7 p. m. as is require...

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. — 12 March 1898

ill III tff: '~ii RELIC OF PAGANISM tlie "R" on a Prescription Was )::•. Prayer to Jupiter. Reminders of a time when n.. tals svere supposed to have close in­ tercourse with the gods come up now and then, and often in the most unexpected places. For example, there are some 5,000 persons in Chi­ cago who daily write invocations to Jupiter, or Zeus. Many times this number give of their substance for these talismanic ciphers, hoping thereby to be rid of some bodily ill. Now, the curious part of this latter day pagan worship is that those who make the sign of high Olym­ pus' king have little if any thought of what they are doing, and those who so eagerly seek the "parch­ ments" never suspect they are tak­ ing part in a medico-religious rite of the middle ages. In short, the "priests of Jupiter" are physicians and druggists, the supplicants their patients or customers and the parch­ ments ordinary prescriptions. In the left hand upper corner of every physician's prescription or druggist'...

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. — 19 March 1898

VOL. 3, No. 46. PROGRESS SLOW. After Years of Earnest Effort Co-Operation Ad­ vances. The Trials of Newspaperdom Over Fifty Years Ago. Co-operation has done more in England than any other agency to bring it to pass that those who produce shall keep what they make. ^It is the furthest step forward yet taken by any considerable mass of men. It is the nearest ap proach by a multitude to so­ cial democracy. It is a gigan­ tic trust, but it is trustee for the public. It is a mighty or­ ganization of a million men. But it cost the lives and for­ tunes of many generous en­ thusiasts who died failures without so much as seeing its successful beginnings, and it suffered the collapse,of a hun­ dred fine experiments before finally one rude attempt was prospered. There must al­ ways be men who lay the un­ seen foundations—and are failures. Who were some of those fail­ ures? First, Robert Owen—Welsh­ man, English manufacturer, rich man, enthusiast, shrewd in business, visionary in social schemes...

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