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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 2 July 1898

VOL. 4, No. 9. [GOME AND GONE. The Railroad Meeting a Success in Every Way But the Weather. All the Brotherhoods Repre­ sented—Big Mass Meeting at the Lyceum. The great meeting of the rail­ way labor organizations, coal­ Our Hard Refrigerators, $5.97 to $21.00 each. Household scales for tho preserving season special this week at $1.98 Large boxes Matches—this week —per dozen boxes Glass Block AVashing Powdor —per box Sqneezers 1000 Baking Shells at —each AVood Pi nio Plates, at —per doz.-n Heiavy Tin Ice Cream Bricks, 2-pmt size—each il-pint size—each. 4-pint size—each Picnic Lunch Baskets all sizes—each Cottage Cuspidors —each AVood Knife and Fork Boxes —each Sink Brushes —each The omists. Wonderful offerings can be found here just now. HERE THEY ARE: HARDWARE DEPT. White Mountain Freezers. 2-quart size—each $1.50 Sf'quart size—each $1.75 4-qaart size—each $2.00 6-qnart size—^ach $2.45 8-quart size—each $3.75 Lightning Freezer*. 2-quart size—each $1.23 3-quart size—each $1.50 4-qua...

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. — 2 July 1898

THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Office: 3I5 Woodbrldze Bide., Duluth. ^Telephone, 280. Printing Plant: 1915 W. Superior St. Telephone, 276. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance, 3ix Months, TU»ee months, 81.00 .50 .25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on application TRACES HmSiI COUNCIL SABBIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. letters and articles relating to the social problem are solicited. Entered at the postoflice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. /rhe elections in Germany snow a large increase in the socialist vote. What has become of that fis­ cal policy under which "the foreigner pays the tax? Now is a good time to work it. About the quickest and best way to get rid of the gas and water question and Mr. Gay will be to use a little dynamite. We are the people. It is a conclusion that should make u$ humble while it fills us with pride. It is no small respon sibility to be the greatest and most intelligent people in the world. We've got to live u...

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. — 2 July 1898

LOCAL NOTES. More labels were shippe.J to loca unions during the month of IVIay than were shipped in any previous month since the commencement of the panic in 1893. Nearly 2,000,000 were shipped during May. The demand this month has kept pace with the good showing of last month. The average shipment of labels during the depression was about 1,250,000 per month, while the output at present averages 1,800,000 per month. Cigarmakers' Journal. The engineers on the Northern Pacific have had their scale of wages restored to the same which prevailed previous to 18iM. The federation of the railway brother­ hoods continues. They are getting to­ gether on the different systems and the 4dea is gaining in favor among thd rank and filo of all branches of service. Edward Kriz, as the socialist candi­ date for congress, will soon have his let­ ter of acceptance ready for publication. Jack JohnBon, a member of the bar­ bers' union, will speak at the socialist labor party meeting at Normanna hall, S...

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. — 2 July 1898

NEWS OF THE WEEK THE WAR WITH SPAIN. Over 52,000 men are now in camp at C'hickamauga. The Monadnock has sailed for Manila from Honolulu. She will be towed by the collier Nero. General Blanco is sending six bat­ talions to protect the coast of the prov­ ince of Santiago de Cuba. General Pando, it is reported, will try to reinforce the Spanish troops at Santiago with 10,000 men. Two men suspected of beyig Amer­ ican spies have been arrested at Palmas, Island of Majorica. Two British steamers have left Phil­ adelphia for Manila with nearly 6,000 tons of coal for Admiral Dewey. It is stated that the coast cities of Spain will be bombarded if the Span­ ish squadron continues on its way to the Philippines. The United States torpedo boat Tal­ bot has left New York for Key West and will call at Norfolk, Va., on her way down the coast. The dynamite cruiser Vesuvius, in a reconnoisance, found that warships have room to pass by the Merrimac •wreck in Santiago harbor. A thousand American cavalr...

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. — 9 July 1898

VOL.' 4, No. 10. IN CENTRAL PARK. Musings on American Aristoc­ racy by a Writer in Brann's Iconoclast. The American Settlement Is Distant, But It Will Be Made Some Day. Standing not long ago near the lower edge of Central Purk—modestly stand­ ing as a tax-paying American citizen, who considers himself entitled to no more of the public domain than his feet cover—I saw sweeping by the long train of the American codfish aristocracy. The trees were dressed in their first fresh robe of spring the birds, more beautifully clothed than any one of all that mass of male and female exquisites, flitted from bough to bough, the sky was a flawless blue, unflecked by a wisp of white, a soft fresh breeze crooned from the reaches of the North river, and the burly park policeman, clad in sober gray, gazed in reverence on wealth as it rolled along. I see this sight often, but never without a momentary wonder as to where all the money comes from. There is no sight in all America which so emphasizes the...

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. — 9 July 1898

THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLIHHKD EVERY SATURDAY. Office: 2I5 Woodbrldge Bidg., Duluth. .Telephone, 280. Printing Plant: 1915 W. Superior St. Telephone, 276. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance, $1.00 3ix Months, .50 Thsee months, •2n Single copies, 5 contg. Advertising rates made known on application. COUNcjL SABRIE G. AKIN, Editor aDd Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the social problem are solicited. Entered at the postoflice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. What has become of those city bonds of small denomina­ tions that the people were go­ ing to h£ve the opportunity of getting? It was silly of the senate to refuse an appropriation for a conference with Canada touch­ ing mutual disputes. Perhaps the senators think we should rather go to war with Canada over the fisheries, or whatever the bother was about. When a company is am­ bushed it is supposed to fall back. Roosevelt's people went right through the ambush. That is what comes of mixing college football and weste...

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. — 9 July 1898

LOCAL NOTES. Installation of officers took place at tho Trades Assembly moeting last night. James Rooney, secretary of the demo­ cratic city committee is a candidate for the office of clerk of court. Mr. Rooney is quite able to fill this position and he has many friends who would be pleased to see him elected. It is said W. W. Butchart will be a candidate for sheriff again this fall. His friends feel quite confident that he will come out a winner. The typographical union met Sunday only to adjourn as there wasn't a quorum present. Election of officers was to have been held. A meeting will be held to­ morrow and officers elected. Fourth of July. The Fourth of July was more univer­ sally observed in Duluth this year than ithas been for many years. The weather was perfect and the glorious victory at Santiago made every one happy and pa­ triotism was unbounded. The enter­ tainment at the High School building was a big success. The program con­ sisted of an oration by Chas. A, Towne, rea...

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. — 9 July 1898

SNAKES OF THE VERDIGRIS. A. Queer Meat Provided For a Score of Razorback Hogs In Kansas. "He's a mean snake, the water moccasin cottonmouths we call them in Kansas, because the insula of his mouth is white like cotton," said J. F. Hildreth, once of Law­ rence, Kan. "He's meaner than the rattlesnake, for he strikes without warning, and if he is not so deadly it is because he is smaller—can't load his poison gland up with so much venom. He is bad enough, lying round as he does in paths in the swamps, and in southern rivers wherever a log lies partly in the water you are likely to find a pair of moccasins sunning themselves upon it. "I got an idea of the number of these reptiles that can inhabit a stretch of riverside by what I saw once down in the Verdigris valley, in southeastern Kansas. It was 30 years ago, before the country there­ about was much settled by white people. It was in the early spring, and I was there with a wagon tak­ ing up young trees for transplant­ ing. I had a ne...

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. — 16 July 1898

VOL. 4, No. 11. The Different BAR6AIN COUNTER NO. 1. DRESS GOODS. Sale Price— 25c a yd. AT THE SILK COUNTER. A special offering of tine Wash Silks, Corded Silks, Kai-Kai Wash Silks, Cheney Broa.' Foulards. 60c, 75c and $1.00. lc\C On sale at OV** Bicycle Corduroy Suitings, an excellent qual­ ity for bicycle suits or skirts. 75c Ann quality, for AT THE BLACK GOODS OOTJNTEB. Silk Grenadines in exclusive Dress patterns, #12.50, $13.50, $15.00, $10.50, in two lots at, a pattern— $10.50 and $7.50 All-wool Black Brocades in new choice ^QC designs, a 65c cloth at, a yard 07 All-wool Canvas Cloths, all-wool Brocades, all-wool Grenadines, 75c, 89c and $1 AC\C qualities. Sale price T7 AT THE COLORED DRESS GOODS COUNTER. All-wool Bunting for flags, 3C-inch wide Warranted fast colors, per yard.. Handsome Scotch Plaids, every yard war­ ranted fast colors, only, a tcr yard .. A small lot of 15c Plaids for, per yard AT THE WASH GOODS COUNTER. 10 bales Cotton Bats, ilfi-inch Percale Prints, at., Si...

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. — 16 July 1898

THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Office: 3|5 Woodbridge Bid2-, Duluth. .Telephone, 380. Printing Plant: 1915 w- Superior St. Telephone, 376. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance, Six Months, Three months, $1.00 .50 .25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on application. COUNCIL TRADES 11 tan ^SUJT SABKIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher, letters and articles relating to the Social problem are solicited. Entered at the postoffice at Dnlutb, second class matter. What a lot of heroes we have that we didn't know about. It doesn't matter whether congress honors Schley or not, the American people will at tend to that. Gr G. Hartley had better read the speech of W. W. Billson, if he wants to know what is the matter with Duluth. Private monopoly is being shown up in all its hideousness in the case of the independent mine owners against the Iron Range roads. So none but Mr. Gay's bid can be accepted after all. The "popular loan" was a farce from the beginning and this b...

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. — 16 July 1898

LOCAL NOTES. Waiters will elect officers next meet­ ing night. E, R. Cobb, as organized labor's can­ didate. is a winner. Do you look for the label when buy­ ing goods? If you don't you ought to. Laundry girls at Erie, Pa., won a strike. The following delegates were obligat­ ed at the last meeting of the Assembly: Laundry workers, F. A. Cuiloii car­ penters, J. W. Richardson cigarmakers, F. Pieriug, II. Paulson, Wm. Garland plumbers, John Sick, Peter McLaugh­ lin, W. E. McEwen woodworkers, R. W. Staack tailors, O. E. Lundlie, John Benson, August Saxine bakers. Richard Bly butchers, E. Eisenbrandt, Walter Spir"«and Ed. Wiles tinners, T. Tim­ lin and I. Pierce. Many have been the favorable com ments made on the report of President McEwen to the Trades Assembly, which appeared in our columns last week. A delegate from the laundry workers' union offered a motion at the Trades Assembly meeting last Friday evening, calling for presenting a declaration of principles in the interests of org...

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. — 16 July 1898

TAKING THE OATH. Kissing the Bible and Other Forma of Legal Swearing'. Once again has attention been drawn to the danger of "kissing the book." The medical officer of health to the Wareham rural district coun­ cil attributes the death of a police constable to acute ulceration of the throat, which was produced by the insanitary 3tate of the Testament he pressed to his lips before giving evi­ dence at the petty sessions a few days before he died. It is strange that the people who complain of the danger of kissing the book should be unaware that no witness is obliged to incur it. The oats act, 1888, provides that "if any person to whom an oath is administered desires to swear with the uplifted hand, in the form and manner in which an oath is usually adminis­ tered in Scotland, he shall be per­ mitted so to do, and the oath shall be administered to him in such form and manner without further ques­ tion." There is nothing in the Scotch formula which explains why this provision should be ...

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. — 23 July 1898

VOL. 4, No. 12. ONLY THEY FAILED. The Stereotypers Have Done Nothing Bui What the Merchant Does. No Applause for the Man Who Tries and Doesn't Succeed. There has been a great howl against the Chicago stereoty pers who struck. They were pretty well paid, better than the average, and did not have excessive hours. They struck, not because they were impelled by a sense of justice due them and withheld, but because they thought they had the publish­ ers at their mercy. In the end they were beaten. When the typographical union refused to enforce their de mands the strike was doomed. They have made a costly mis­ take. That result teaches several things. It is commentary on the average strike that this ac­ tion is named as on its |ace ex­ traordinary. Men in the'unions know and the public by impli­ cation testifies to a general be lief in the same, that the usual strike is not for a possible gain but for what the me"n deem fair wages. They often strike when it must fail because they are get...

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. — 23 July 1898

THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY. Office: 2I5 Woodbridge Bids., Ouluth. ^Telephone, 280. Printing Plant: 1915 W. Superior St. Telephone, 376. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance, 3ix Months, Three months, §1.00 Entered at the postoftice at Dniuth, Minn., as second class matter. DEMANDING BIGHTS. The members of the labor or­ ganizations in Denver are prov­ ing themselves to be not only enthusiastic but practical in the struggle for upholding their rights. Just now they are en­ gaged in an effort to so fortify themselves in the new charter which is now in course of prep­ aration for their city that all efforts for their future oppres­ sion may be void. They have secured representation on the commission of the new charter in charge and these representa­ tives have been chosen from among their most able and most influential friends. In addition they have adopted a platform setting forth the prin­ ciples they wish to have incor­ porated in this important docu­ ment. and this plat...

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. — 23 July 1898

LOCAL NOTES. The policemen will hold t! eir aunual picnic at Zenith Park, August 3rd. The socialists labor party of Minneap­ olis has a full city ticket in the field. W. E. McEwen has gone to Two Har­ bors to work at his trade a couple of weeks. The bartenders held their regular meeting Wednesday evening. There was a good attendance. The butchers hold their picnic at Brautigam'ri BU iimfr g.irden tomorrow. A good time is assured. The boys hustled hard for Cobb last Saturday. It wasn't necessary organized labor wasn't going to any chances. bu'c take The butchers held their regular meet­ ing Tuesday evening and perfected ar­ rangements for the picnic which will be held at Brautigam's summer garden to­ morrow. W. B. Hammond, of Minneapolis, a member of the typographical union, is a candidate for governor on the socialist ticket. Mr. Hammond was the socialist candidate two years ago. The unions of the city have decided to raise a sum of money to present to the wife of Jack Hayes. It see...

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. — 23 July 1898

sUEER RELIGIOUS SECT. Thoir Karne Is "Evening Light,," and Thoy Keep to Themselves. There is a sect known as the "Evening Light" scattered through­ out Indiana, Ohio and Michigan. The families are not isolated, but form communities. No one is really lead­ er, but in each community there al­ ways is a man who is looked up to. Although nearly all are well to do, no attempt at display is ever made. The homes are in one story houses, built about a house where the sect meet on Sundays. Where they have no meeting house they meet in the homes of the families, each in turn. They have no ministers. Each mem­ ber of the sect says and does what he considers best for the community. When they meet at one of the homes, the host always has ready a good meal. This sect wear peculiar clothing. The women make all the men's clothes. When the baby boy's dress­ es are taken from him, he is clothed in the garb he is to wear for life. They wear trousers reaching to the ankles and boots to the knees. A wai...

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. — 23 July 1898

frUEER RELIGIOUS SECT. Their Name Is "Evening Light," and They Keep to Themselves. There is a scct known as the "Evening Light" scattered through­ out Indiana, Ohio and Michigan. The families are not isolated, but form communities. No one is really lead­ er, but in each community there al­ ways is a man who is looked up to. Although nearly all are well to do, no attempt at display is ever made. The homes are in one story houses, built about a house where the sect meet on Sundays. Where they have no meeting house they meet in the homes of the families, each in turn. They have no ministers. Each mem­ ber of the sect says and does what he considers best for the community. When they meet at one of the homes, the host always has ready a good meal. 4 This sect wear peculiar clothing. The women make all the men's clothes. When the baby boy:s dress­ es are taken from him, he is clothed in the garb he is to wear for life. They wear trousers reaching to the ankles and boots to the knees. A wa...

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. — 30 July 1898

VOL. 4, No. 13. THE BIG STORE CONTINUES TO OFFER IN GENTS' FURNISHINGS AND SHOES. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. $1.50—Just received by express, a small lot of Men's fine striped silk bosom Shirts, extra fine white cambric body regular value $2 our price each $1.00—Men's Fine Flannel and Madras colored Shirts, cuffs to match an unequalled line 6f neat and handsome patterns, nn worth $1.25 price each jp1 50c—Men's Negligee and Outing Shirts, worth up to $1.00 each we have a broken line we are disposing of at half price ask to crtc see them—present price each j*-"- Men's Footless Bicycle Hose, £t 7C prices from 25c per pair to #1 50c to $1.50 a suit—Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits single or 2-piece, a full.line ,# from 50c per suit up to fl #1.0'-' .00—Men's Underwear—Our imported Gei man Hard-twisted Natural wool Shirts and Drawers, worth up to $1.25 to $1.50 A each our price—each #t1 •vA-» 50c—Men's French Balgriggan Shirts and Drawers, silver gray or ecru, with silk front our regular price 75c e...

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. — 30 July 1898

Scbell & BJorliij, no GARRIELD AVE., You Patronize Home Industry When You Patronize Tbe Leading Manufacturing Beer Pumps and Fittings. 230 WEST FIRST ST., Telephone 179. 24 Scandinavian Fine Line of Bakers' goods and exclusive agents forj Box Goods. Duluth, Minn. E. C. REGL1, Jeweler. We make anything you desire in the line of Jewelry. Everything is made in our own factory here in Duluth. All work as represented or no pay. We also carry a nice line of selected jewelry all the latest novelties. 105 West Stiperior Street, Booms 5 and 6, Second Florfr. Thompson=Waugh Co., PLUMBING SPECIALTIES: Sanitary Plumbing, Scientific Ventilation. T!je Bcjt Place in the City for Fine Watcb Repairing is at ...Duluth, Minn. Steam and Hot Water Heating. •Duluth, Minn. O, G. HULBERG, JEWELER. Repairing of Fine Raildroad Watches a Specialty. 14 and 18 Karet Wedding Rings. Always in Stock. 1925 W. Superior St. DULUTH, MINN. Burgess Electric Co. Electrical Engineers. Jlfanhfacthrers of Gas, Slectric ...

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. — 30 July 1898

jR=E^T=I=i=^^ Ron, Fernandez & Co, Manufacturers of Havana Cigars,. Exclusively. De Havana." "La Verdad." Retail Storefi Chamber of Commerce Building and I'allartio Building 1 E. Superior St., DULUTH, MINN. A. J. HARKER, 504 East Fourth St. Sanitary Plumbing Gas Fitting, Hot Water Heating. Ventilation, Drainage and Sewer Connections. Estimates Given. TELEPHONE 418. Duluth, Minn. G.H.Husgby, Harness Saddle? Wbips Repairing Neatly Done. 1823 West Superior St., DULUTH, MINN. Harmon SHEET METAL WORKERS. Manufacturers of The Air Tight Tubular Wood Furnaces, and agents for the best makes of Coal Furnaces and' Auto­ matic Electric Heat Regu­ lators. Galvanized and Copper Cornices Skylights, Ventilating Pipes, Smoke Stacks, Eave Troughs. Roofing of all kinds. TELEPHONE 542, 18 West First St. 11 GRAY BROS. BAKERS AND lea Cream at Wholesale and Retail. 13^Sephone258?'" Duluth, Minn. Iver Ha&kops, merchant Tailor. 1925 West Superior Street, DULUTH,* iAINN. THE IRON MONOPOLY This Discus...

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