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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 17 September 1898

•h /.«• w- SUPERIOR. Owing to the absence of the president and vice-president the regular meeting of the Trades and Labor Assembly was called to order by Secre­ tary Calef and on motion ex President P. T. Amley was made temporary chairman. Outside of the usual routine work not much business of importance was transacted ow­ ing to the small attendance of delegates and the secretary was instructed to notify all delegates to be present at the next regular meeting. The reports of delegates showed the condition of trade to be fair. The committee appointed to wait on proprietors of stores on lower Tower avenue persisting in keeping open after 6:30 re­ ported and committee dis­ charged. Further time in which to fin­ ish the report of Labor Day committee^was granted. The unfair committee was in­ structed to take up the matter of the Freeman Milling com­ pany, which will be don^ at the committee ^'meeting Sun­ day, Sept. 18, at 10 o'clock a. m. By request of the Barbers Union the$|chair appo...

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. — 24 September 1898

VOL. 4, No. 21. PRESERVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE "It is me," should b» It is I." "I done that," should be "T did that." "I seen him." should be "I saw him," We enter in," should be We enter." This 'ere one," should be This one." Is that him?" Should be Is that he?" "Call upon hiaa,'' should be Call on him," "Do like I do," should be "Do as I do." •Onec't or twice'" should be Once or twice." HIf I Was he," should be III were he," In case I win," should be III win." "Let you and I," should be Let you and me.' 'Thatthere one," should be That one." "Beyoucold?" should be Are you cold?" [1 School *f Practical Instruction Home. Conducted for the Headers of the .Labor World." Common Faults of Spoeoh. To be absolutely correct ia mode of expression it is necessary to study grammar. We have not the space to give the parts of speech or the rules of grammatical comstruction here. Our purpose in this is to give some of the common faults is speaking and show the proper form. Mistakes of Speech Corre...

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. — 24 September 1898

VOL. 4, No. 21. PRESERVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE "It is ine," should b" "It is I." _:r\ "I done that," should be "I did that." "I seen him." should be "I saw him," We enter in," should be We enter." This 'ere one," should be This one." Is that him?" Shouldbe Is that he?" "Call upon him,'' should be Call on him," "Do like I do," should be "Do as I do." h- Onec't or twice'" should be Once or twice." "If I Was he," should be "III were he," In case I win," should be If I win." "Let you and I," shouldbe Let you and me." That there one," should be "That one." "15c you cold?" shouldbe "Are you cold?" Schoolrf Practical Instraction" Home. Conducted for the Readers of the "Labor World." Common Faults of Speeoh. To be absolutely correct in mode of expression it is necessary to study grammar. We have not the space to give the parts of speech or the rules of grammatical comstruction here. Our purpose in this is to give some of the common faults is speaking and show the proper form. Mistakes of Spe...

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. — 24 September 1898

LA ti O W O L, O. I'rni.isiiKU Evkby Satchday. Office: 2I5 Woodbridge Duluth. Telephone, 2S0. Printing Piant: I9»5 w- Supjrior St. Telephone, 276. SU1JSC1UPTION:- One year, 111 advance, $1.00 Six Months, Three months, Siiitfle copicri, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on application. TRADES COUNCIL SABKIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher THOMAS E. HILL, Associate Editor. Letters and articles relating to the social roblem are solicited. Entered at the postofflce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. The county fair was as much of a success as could be ex­ pected, taking the weather in­ to consideration. Now that the charter is de­ feated the franchise grabber and boodle alderman can con­ tinue his devilish work. If the friends of the new charter had commenced agitat­ ing the matter one month ear­ lier it would have carried by an overwhelming majority. Unionism means the banding together of the stronger work­ men to secure fair compensa­ tion and equal rights for the weaker memb...

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. — 24 September 1898

Result of Cheap Labor. DULUTH, Sept. 15, EDITOR LAHOU WOULD: 1898. One week ago a terrible ac­ cident, causing the death of two and maming of others, oc curred, setting the nerves of the feeling people of our .city aquiver, and thoroughly illus trating the incompetency of cheap labor and the grasp ing, grinding methods of the twentieth century corporation Five years ago the street rail way men of Duluth were cut from a living wage to a wage that would enable them to ex ist. And as if that were not enough, a man was f&iported from Minneapolis, a tool of Lowry, a man through whose veins not one drop of the milk of human kindness flows, one who is without sympathy and incapable of creating sympa thy among those whom fate compels obedience to his or­ ders. This man was imported to Duluth ostensibly to, man age the Duluth street railway The primary object, however being to break the union of the street car employes, and to bring, if possible, the employes wages and hours of labor to ...

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. — 24 September 1898

SUPERIOR. Next Thursday evening at Maryland hall, Sept. 29, the Retail Clerks' Union, No. 9, will give a reception and dancing party to the lady clerks of the city, and the affair promises to eclipse all former attempts made by the clerks in making everything a success. About 400 invi­ tations have been issued and it is ex pected a number of Duluth clerks will attend. At the last regular meeting of the clerks committees were appointed as follows: Arrangement—C. H. Stofer, P. H. Lied, Ralph Schibsted, Harry O'Dell and F. W. Sommer. Reception— Gust McUrath, P. K. Smith, John An dersoD, C. H. Stofer, P. W. Sommer, Andrew Ritan, Gust Petersori, Felix Seligman, N. A. Williams, Geo. Solberg. Floor—Harry Stoudt, John Lyman, Philip Berthiaume. Music will be fur­ nished by Alexander's orchestra. The annual ball will be given Thanksgiving night at Maryland hall. The East End mill workers have se­ cured a slight advance in wages com pared with that received at this time last year, without any ...

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. — 1 October 1898

VOL/ 4, No. 22. PRESERVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE School,f Practical Instructionat Home. Conducted for the Headers of the Labor "World." Regulations About Voting. Different States. Time Required for Residence in Each State In Order to Vote. Requirement as to Citizenship. KTATES. fNo registration required. ^Australian ballot law or a modification of it in lorce. A. Citizen or alien who has declared inten­ tion 4 months previous to offering to vote. B. Citizen of the United States who can read Constitution or statutes. c. Citizen and paying county tax after age of 22. n. Citizen of the, United States or alien who has declared intention and paid capi­ tation tax 2 years. E. Citizen who can read Constitution in English, and write. p, Foreign inhabitant must have de­ clared Intention under U. S. laws 6 months before election, and lived in State 2% years, o. Citizens of the United States who can Women are entitled to full suffrage in POLITICAL BUNCOMB Seed That is Being Sown to "Capture the L...

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. — 1 October 1898

THE LABOR WORLD. I'CJUMSHED EVERY SATURDAY. Office: 2I5 Woodbridge Bldg., Duluth. Telephone, 280. Printing Plant: 1915 w- Six Montti.i, Tlireo months, Superior St. Telephone, 276. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in iKlrnno'. 81.00 LetterH and articles relating to the social roblem are soliciled. Entered at the postoffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. 'By thine own soul's law learn to live, And if men scorn thee take no care And if men hate thee, take no heed, But sing thy song, and do thy deed. And hope thy hope, and pray thy prayer And crave no praise they will not give, Nor bays they grudge thee for thy hair." The state federation will have many bills before the legislature this winter benefit­ ing organized labor, and the only way to insure getting what you ask for is to elect the right men to office. Will Bank Wrecker Searle vote for a liability act for the benefit of the miners on the ranges? Hardly, nor any other measure that will benefit the people and Dough ert3r, the ca...

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. — 1 October 1898

SUPERIOR. President Parker presided at the regular meeting of the Trades and Labor Assembly Tuesday evening and a goodly number of delegates were in attendance. After the mintites had been read, O. E. Lundlie, of Duluth, was obligated as a delegate representing the Fede­ rated Trades Council. The state of trade in Supe­ rior with the different organi­ zations throughout the city was reported as follows: Coop ers, fair. Cooper machine work­ ers, fair. Barbers, fair. Tailors, fair. Stage employes, fair Typographical, fair. Retail clerks, fair. Dray owners, fair. Pioneer federal, fair. Cigar makers, fair. Longshoremen No. 37, fair. Brewery workers, good. Duluth Trades Council, excellent. Numerous bills were read by the secretary and ordered paid. A communication from the mayor was read which stated that at the last council meeting upon motion of Aid. Newberg it was voted to send a commit­ tee of aldermen, together with a committee from the Trades and Labor Assembly and the Commercial c...

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. — 1 October 1898

LEND YOUR ASSISTANCE. Wot-kingmen Are Asked to do Their Duty. To the workingmen of the Sixth Congressional districtof Min­ nesota: The socialist labor party has for the first time in this district entered the political arena with a candidate for congress. In as much as our fight is all in the interest of the working class, to that class we must look for support. Remember that every step gained'by the S. L. P. is a corresponding advance for the whole working class. To carry on this fight money is necessary. It requires $20.00 to file our petition of nomination. Liter­ ature must be paid for and other expenses to carry on the campaign requires money. The active members of the party have donated the amount so far required. Remember, we have no gold-bug bond holders or silver mine owners to fall back on.^ Our support must come from the working class and all those|who love liberty and are |willing to make an effort for the emancipation .of the working class from wage slavery. Therefore w...

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. — 8 October 1898

VOL. 4, No. 23. PRESERVE FOB FUTURE REFERENCE. .. "You School Practical Instruction»Home Conducted for the Readers of the Labor World." Facts About the Presidents. Presidents of tha United States—Where Born, Term of Ofllce, When Died, Ete. Resi­ dence. 1 Inst'd G. Washington. John Adams.... Thos. Jefferson. Jas Madison Jus. Monroe. Jno. Q. Adams. And. Jackson... M. VanBuren W. H.Harrison. John T.vler James K. jPolk. ZacharyTaylor. M. Fillmore Franklin Pierce. Jas. 'Buchanan. A. Lincoln* And.Johnson U. S. Grant... It. B. Hayes.. Jas.A.Garfieldf. C. A.Arthur G. Cleveland Benj. Harrison. G. Cleveland Win. McKinley. Age that time. Born. iDto I Office. ...Va... .Mass.. ...Va... Va­ ra... Term of Office. ..1732.. ..1735.. ..1743. ..1751.. ..1758., ..1767.. ..1767., ..1782.. ..1773. ..1700. ..1795.. 17S4., ..1800.. ..Ii04.. ..1791.. ..180!).. ..1808., ..1822., ..1822.. ..1831.. ..1830.. ..1837.. ,.1833.. ,.1837.. ,.1844.. ...1789.... ...1797.... ....1801... ...1809... ...1817... ...1825......

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. — 8 October 1898

THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Office: 2I5 Woodbridjfe Bldg., Duluth. Telephone, z8o. Printing Plant: 1915 W. Superior St. Telephone, 276. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in ailvunce, $1.00 Six Months, -5H Three months, -2o Single copies, cents. Advertising rates made known on application. TRADES (PBSf) COUNCIL ^DthTS^ SABETE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. THOMAS E. HILL, Associate Editor. Letters and articles relating to the social roblem are solicited. Entered at the post office at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. Poverty is an explosive, and those who manufacture it must take the risk as well as the profit. Isn't it rather peculiar that the republican speakers and newspapers advocated expan­ sion before the peace commis­ sion met? Looks like a cut and dried affair. Banker Searle skinned the people out of thousands of dol­ lars. Are they going to turn round now and elect him to the Senate? We think not. The people can't be fooled all the time. Of course the war with Spai...

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. — 8 October 1898

LOCAL NOTES. Go to C. W. Ericson, 219 West Supe­ rior St., for your fall suits. John Lind is announced to speak here on Tuesday evening. He will doubtless be greeted with a full house. Regular meeting of the barbers' union will be held next Tuesday evening. All members are requested to be present as matters of importance will come up. Henry Dworschak left Wednesday for Syracuse, N. Y., to attend»the national convention of the typographical union, that convenes in that city October 10. There is some talk of the grocery clerks joining the clerks' union. Many of the stores keep open after hours, and by organizing the clerks feel con­ fident that all storeB can be made to close on time. Hon. C. A. Towne held a very success­ ful meeting at West Duluth last Satur­ day night. There was a packed house and the old-time enthusiasm of two years ago prevailed. Mr. Towne has lost none of his'popularity and seems as much of a favorite as ever. Congressman Morris opened his cam­ paign for St. Loui...

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. — 8 October 1898

DIRECTORY S OF DULDTH & SUPERIOR BUSINESS FIRMS Preserve this Dircotory for Future Reference.... 0 W. Slip., Wis. means West Superior, Wis. Business Colleges. Duluth Iiuninesa University, 105-107 W. Sup. St. Bakery Goods. Point Cracker Bakery, 128 West Michigan St. Manheim Unking Co., 120 Weet Fourth St. Gray Hrothtrn. 13 East Superior street. Barbers, Hairdressers, Etc. Firoved & Robinson, 30 West Superior street. J. B. Gibson, 410 West Superior street. Oecar Dit.ttnan. 414 East Fourth street. Baths. Compound vapor baths, 16 East Superior street. Boots and Shoes. A. Wieland, 123 AVest Superior St. OkTlund & JohnRon, 7 First Avenue west. C. C. Whitney, 230 55th ave„ West Duluth. Box Makers. C. J. Petruschke, West Duluth. Bicycles, Repairs, Etc. M. R. M*" tin, Banks & 12th, AV. Sup., Wis. Coal, Wood, Etc. Great Northern Fuel Co., 210 W. Superior street. Carpentering:, Architects. Etc. JL G. Free, 405 East Eighth street. P. S. Ityckman & Co., 2814 7th St., W. Sup.....

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. — 15 October 1898

VOL. 4, No. 24. PRESERVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. Overdrafts Real Estate Bonds and Stocks Revenue Stamps Demand Loans, 1,288,750 00 RESERVE— Due from Banks, 293,1^358 Cash on hand, School^Practical Instruction Home. Conducted for the Readers of the "Labor World." Facts for Foreigners to Uunderstand About Voting. Is entitled to vote, though born in a for­ eign country, if father took out naturaliza­ tion papers before his children were 21 years old. Is entitled to vove. though born on foreign soil, if born of American parents who were citizens of tin United States at time of birth. Is entitled to vote if born in the United States, even if parents are aliens born out of the United States and have never taken do solemnly declare on oath, before Clerk of the County Court of County, in the State of that it is bona fide my intention to become a citizen of the Uniied States, and to re­ nounce forever all allegiance which I may in anywise owe to any foreign prince, poten­ tate, state or sovere...

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. — 15 October 1898

THE LABOR WORLD. I'UBMSHKI) EVMIV SATURDAY. Office: 2I5 Woo.lbridjfe Bldg., Duluth. Telephone, 280. Printing Plant: 1915 vv- Superior St. Telephone, 276. SUBSCRIPTION: Onovcar, in ijilvnnri-, Six Months. Tliri'.- months, §1.00 .50 Single copit'H, cents. ArtvertiHiMff rat« mn]! known on application TRADES COUNCIL tUTH SABRIEG. AKI', Editor and Publisher. THOMAS E. HILL, Aesociate Editor. letters and articles relating to the social problem are solicited. Kntered at the postofllce at Duluth, Minn., a*• second class matter. AliD"W IN VS. SEARL.E. A lively interest is taken in the contest for senator in the Fifty-lirst district. In this dis­ trict C. O. Baldwin is pitted against F. K. Searle. From whatever standpoint Mr. Bald­ win is pre-eminently the best man for the position. He is one of the qnost able attorneys in the northwest is familiar with the present laws and fully realizes what changes and amendments are needed for the benefit of this county and the state generally. There is n...

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. — 15 October 1898

LOCAL NOTES. The next regular meeting of the Label League will be held Monday even iog, October 24. The Label Leaguo met Monday even­ ing. Nothing important was trans­ acted but the regular routine business. The clerks will hold regular meeting Tuesday evening in the Hunter block Every member is requested to be pres­ ent. Tommy Savard, who has been such an indefatigable worker in the interest of the waiters' union is now a member of the laundry workers' union. He is employed by the Globe laundry. The Label League has a committee out agitating the use of' the union label of the printing trades. The business men will be visited and requested to have the label placed upon all of their printed matter. Julius Dworechak, who has been sec retaay of the Label League ever since its formation, handed in his resignation at the last meeting. Gus Wienberg was elected to fill out the unexpired term. Mr. Wienberg is a member of the Typo­ graphical union. The Retail Clerks' union asks the pub" lie ...

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. — 15 October 1898

LOCAL NOTES. The next regular meeting of Ihe Label League will be held Monday even­ ing, October 24. The Label League met Monday even­ ing. Nothing important was trans­ acted but the regular routine business. The clerks will hold regular meeting Tuesday evening in the Hunter block Every member is requested to be pres­ ent. Tommy Savard, who has been such an indefatigable worker in the interest of the waiters' union is now a member of the laundry workers' union. He i3 employed by the Globe laundry. The Label League has a committee out agitating the use of the union label of the printing trades. The business men will be visited and requested to have the label placed upon all of their printed matter. Julius Dv/orschak, who has been sec retaay of the Label League ever since its formation, handed in his resignation at the last meeting. Gus Wienberg was elected to fill out the unexpired term. Mr. Wienberg is a member of the Typo­ graphical union. The Retail Clerks' union asks the pub" lie...

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. — 15 October 1898

DIRECTORY OF DULUTH & SUPERIOR BUSINESS FIRMS Preserve this Directory for Future Reference.... 0 W. Sill)., Wis. means "West Superior. Wis. 9 Business Colleges. Dnluth Business University, 105-107 W. Sup. St. Bakery Goods. Dulnth Crackor Bakery, 128 AVest Michigan St. Manheim Baking Co., I'M West Fourth St. Gray Brothers. 13 East Superior street. Barbers, Hairdressers, Etc. Firoved & ltobinson, 30 West Superior st reet. J. B. (iibson, 410 West Superior street. Oscar Dittrnan. 414 East Fourth street. Baths. Compound vapor baths, 1C East Superior street. Boots and Shoes. A. Wieland, 123 West Superior St. Okerlund & Johnson. 7 First Avenue west. C. C. Whitney, 2:10 55th ave., West Dnluth. Box Makers. C. J. Petruschke, West Dnluth. Bicycles, Bepairs, Etc. M. U. Martin, Banks & 12tL, AV. Sup., Wis. Coal, "Wood, JEtc. Great Northern Fuel Co., 210 W. Superior street. Carpentering-, Architects Etc. R. G- Free, 405 East Eiahth street. P. S. Ityckman & Co., 2814 7th St., W...

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. — 22 October 1898

VOL. 4, No. 25. PRESERVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. '•He was t.o Henry's," should bo ••Ho was at Henry's." "He travels rapid," should be "He travels rapidly." "As soon as ever I can," should be "As soon as I can." "The crops look finely," should be "The crops look fine." "Don't never do that," should be "Never do that." "Oan you learn me," should be "Can yon teach me." "I have got the book," should be "I have the book." "1 enjoy good health," should be "I have good health." "I'll bet you'll go," should be "I think you will go." "Let me dress me," should be "Let me dress myself," "The man was beat," should be "The man was beaten." "He is as good as him," should be "He is as good as he." "They returned back," should be "They returned." "The cloth was wove," should be "The cloth was woven." I Telephone 696. School^Practical Instruction»' Home. Conducted for the Readers of the "Labor World." Common Faults of Speech. To understand the science of language, the putting of words together in the ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
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