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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 10 December 1898

VOL. 4, No. 32. 8?IS Opening Telephone 696. MINN ...MVfMU 1 At the Big Glass Block Store, Today, December 10. Everybody invited to attend this, the grandest of all Christmas Openings ever held at the Head of the Lakes. Saturday Will Be Children's Day. SANTA O LA S will be here Irom 8 fo in the morning, and he will present every good boy and girl with a Box Full of Candy. NOTICE—Parents are requested to come with the little ones—the crowds will be enormous—they will need your care. Remember the hour and day—TODAY, from 3 to 9 in the morning. Our interior &i?d Exterior Decorations Bring the Children to see the big Panorama of Are the grandest and most elaborate ever attempted by us. OUl|j ^j^^ELECTRIOAt ILLU IN AT4QW: is~gism*r mechanical window displays are worth coming hundreds of miles to see. SANTA GLAUS ON HIS WAY FROM THE NORTH POLE TO THE BIG STORE. A special invitation is extended to every lady and gentleman at the Head of the Lakes to come and see the Handsome Oil Paintin...

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. — 10 December 1898

rLABOR WORLD. THE UM.isKini Kvki. Saturday. 1 W id & Telephone 280. I'rintiiifr Plant, 11115 W. Superior St. Telephone 276. SUBSCltlPTION: One vvar, in advance, Six Months, Three months, Letters and articles relating to problem are solicited. *1.00 .50 .25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on application. CP PW/MT- H. r*i SABRIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher THOMAS E. HILL, Associate Editor. Entered at the posto.'lice at Duluth, Minn., second clans matter. While the Russian czar advo­ cates peace and disarmament the Russian government is making great efforts to increase the navy and navy-yards. It looks very much as if the investigation by the West Su­ perior city council of the whole­ sale discharge of the street railway employes is going to tfe a farce. The Trades Assem­ bly across the bay should nail to the cross anything that looks like a whitewash. Cat island, where the Maria Teresa was wrecked, was the first island in the new world over which the Spanish...

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. — 10 December 1898

SUPERIOR. There was a meeting of the unfair couiniitsee Monday even­ ing in the Hammond block. It was reported by the committee appointed to look up the Klink «rt Brewing company matter that it is in a fair way of being settled soon. The brewery workers held a regular meeting Sunday after­ noon. Messrs. Smith and Free land, of the unfair committee, were present. Next Tuesday evening will be the regular meeting of the Trades Assembly. All dele­ gates are requested to attend. About 50 laundry workers were present at the union meet­ ing for reorganization Tuesday evening, and considerable in­ terest was manifested by those present. The laundry workers can have, by all working to­ gether, one of'the largest and strongest unions at the head of the lakes. Messrs. Hall, Dow, Winkler, Smith and Forrest of the organization committee wc re in attendance and several short speeches were made. A regular meeting of Superior '.typographical union was held Sunday afternoon. A commu* nication was re...

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. — 10 December 1898

DIRECTORY OF DULUTH & SUPERIOR 9 BUSINESS FIRMS Preserve this Directory for Future Reference.... W. SU|L, Wis. means "West Superior, Wis. 0 Business Colleges. luth ljusiness University, 105-J07 AN Sup. St. perior Business University, Sup., Wis. Bakery Goods. •Juluth Cracker Bakery. 1'JS Went Michigan-St. Manheini linking Co., 120 Weet Fourth St. Gray lirothirs. KS East Superior street. Barbers, Hairdressers, Etc. T. S. Aniintroiijr, I'rocior Knott. Firoved «.t o:inson, 30 West Superior street. J. 11. Gibson. 41-0 West Superior street. Jccar Diltinan. 414 Kust Fourth stieet. Barrels, Etc., £o-ojenitivc liarrel Co., Superior, Wis. Baths. Compound vapor baths, lfi East Superior street. Blacksmithin?, Horseshoeing. Dellaire & Son, Superior, Wis. Duttti) & Watersou, 141'J Banks Av., AV Sup., W is. Henry & Vogel, 17125th Ave W. Sap., iSis. Boats, Boating, Etc. J. Jl. l'eabody, Superior, Wis. Boots and Shoes. John Delino, Superior, Wis. A. Wieland, 123 West Superior St. Oke...

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 December 1898

VOL. 4, No. 34.. Manufacturing jjjpgr=t=T=i=T=»=re I S WE HAVE FIFTEEN HUNDRED JACKETS, 5 NINE HUNDRED CAPES, A THOUSAND CLOAKS, ALL SIZES,1BC I 1 AT COST, Not a January redaction sale, but at cost we must sell. 2 Don't buy until 3tou see our goods. We have not as fine fixtures as some others, but will have next spring. I live here. Everything must be as represented—AT COST. J. E. GARDNER 8 213 W. SUPERIOR ST. Duluth people have discovered that they can get the test goods and with­ out paying fashionable prices of— DORNER'S THE WIDE-AWAKE JEWELERS. We are proud of our stock and the beautiful lino of Holiday Gifts that we can show you. Just received an elegant line of Carved Leather goods, such as Card Cases, Pockethooks, Purses, Cigar CaseB, Cigarette Cases and alsp a fine assortment of Vases, Jewel Cases of the popular Wave Crest Ware. Our Store is Full of Useful and Desirable Articles. Sterling Silver Bonnet Brushes ••75e Solid Gold Rings—stone Set ...........#1.60 See Our Fine Li...

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 December 1898

If®/ ^Y YxY,Y. Y- YYV -. LABOR WORLD. 'DBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Office. 101 Torrey B.dfr., Duluth. Telephone 280. Printing Plant, 1915 W. Superior St. Telephone 276. SUBSCRIPTION: \r, in advance, $1.00 |ths, .50 nthis, ... .25 Siugle copies, 5 cents. ng rates made known on application. CQDNCU- SABKIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. THOMAS E. HILL, Associate Editor. Letters and articles relating to problem are solicited. the social Entered at the postofflce at Duluth, Minn., second class matter. As man in his action is the product of circumstances, what folly and how brutal to take his life. When public officials are manifestly neglecting duty or misusing their office the power should exist for recalling them by their constituents. Law should protect employes from danger while at work and employers should be held re­ sponsible for accidents result­ ing from lack of proper safe­ guards. Capitalists love laborers just ^is the Fiji chief loved the mil­ lionaires. He said: "I eat my frien...

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 December 1898

WHILE ^HEPHEROS Notched. COPYPIGHT 1898. A tall, spare, dark eyed young man witt a violin case in his band, came up the narrow stairs three steps at once, as though he were anxious to reach the little attic room which was his destination. There was a lamp in the hall below, but no light on the stairs or landings, save the 4im gleam which came through a skylight in the roof, and at 6 o'clock in the even ing of the 24t.h of December it is needless to remark that tho top story was envelop­ ed in total darkness. But Guy Fairfax seemed to know his way by instinct and did not pause until he reached the scratch­ ed and shabby looking door which formed the entrance to his abode. There he stop­ ped short, waited and listened for a mo­ ment, arrested by a sound that issued from the room. It was the sound of a violin, faintly played, as though the instrument itself were email and the hand of the player weak. Presently there arose also a sweet little thread of a childish voice, singing to the t...

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 December 1898

To Prevent a Mistake. When Santa comes down tbe chimney, With his heavy paek of toys, How does he know which stockings are girls', And which belong to boys? Suppose he should fill boyt' stockings With tea-sets and dolls, oh my! v^hould gire tops, gnns and marbles to girls! '"dn't there be a cry! use to borrow trouble a this tlinejso full of joy, But I'll pin a note on my rtocking's toe •'Deal* Santa, I'm a boy." IHcEWEN RETURNS From the Eighteenth Annual Convention. William E. McEwen returned from Kansas City Wednesday night, where he had been in attendance at the eigh­ teenth annual convention of the Ameri­ can Federation of Labor, The session lasted eight^days and much was accom­ plished in that time. Owing to the lengthy session andj our going to press earlier thisjweek than usual on account of the coming Christmas time, we are unable to give a report of the proceed­ ings. We promise our readers that our next issue will contain an excellent ac­ count of the work of the delegates,...

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. — 31 December 1898

VOL. 4, No. 35. I Fine Black Suit— Union made—for. I CALL ON C. W. Ericson.. Is the place to find a full assortment ot.... Ur?ior? 10.00 Pretty Plaid Suit— Union made 12.00 Tb« Clotbicr Label Suits ....and Dark Cassimer Suit—aek A AA toseeour Union made—for QaU(J Overcoats Elegant Dressy Suit— I —Union made Latest tJp-to-Uate UNION LABEL HATS—from the besc to the cheapest. C. W. ERICSON. 219 West Superior Street, DULUTH, MINN. IT WILL PAY YOU TO TRADE AT BAYHA & OO.'S HOUSE FURNISHING STORE Where you will find a line of High Class Goods at Low Grade Prices. For instance: A $3.95 Couch, which others would sell you for $5.00. A Pa,rlor Table for $1.15 regular $2.00 price. An Iron Bed for $3.50 regular $5.00 price. And so on all through our line. Carpets, Stoves, Window Shades, Oil Cloths, Draperies, and everything kept in a House Furnishing Store. GOODS SOLO ON THE INSTALMENT PLAN AT BAYHA & jjjjpB^l=XSt=T=lS|^r til 24-26 East Superior St. H. E. SMITH & COMPANY, Bankers an...

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. — 31 December 1898

THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLII'HKI) EVERY SATURDAY. Office, 101 Torrey dg., Duluth. Telephone 2S0. I'rinUug Plant, 1915 W. Superior St. Telephone 276. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance.. ... $1.00 Six Months, .60 Three months, ... .2a Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on application. CTRAPMljiSfkwrejLfr ^OthTT®^ SABRIB G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher, THOMAS E. HILL, Associate Editor. Letters and articles relating to the social problem are solicited. Entered at the postofllce at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. A Happy New Year to all. The legislature meets at St. Paul next week. Will there be laws enacted favorable to the workers of the state or will the railroad companies and corpor­ ations secure all laws favorable to themselves regardless of^the rights of the people. The immigrants into this country during the last fiscal year numbered 229,29$. Of this number 135,875 were males and 93,524 were females. Of the whole number 14 years of age 1,416 cotild not write 4...

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. — 31 December 1898

THE CHRISTMAS BRIGADES. itlare o' the trumpet and roll o' the drum, A glitter of little tin blades, And, led by their cute little captains, they come— The curly haired Christmas brigades! Was ever an army so fair to view? And It's marching straight to the hearts of you! What shall we do 'gainst an army like this, That is blest of It the angels above? comes but to challenge a mother's kiss, sweet And its beautiful banner is love!" Cure, never was army so fair to view, Or marched so straight to the hearts of you! Come on with the trumpet, the little toy drum! Come on with the little tin blades! Our hearts beat a welcome and cry to you, "Come, Oh, curly haired Christmas brigades!" •Come on, little heroes in gray and in blue, And we'll capture and kiss every soldier of you! —F. L. Stanton. {BRAVE LITTLE I lIHU 1.1 It wasn't so very happy to begin with. Christmas eve was a little dreary. Maggie only hummed a carol because it was more her way to sing than to cry, and the carol was the onl...

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. — 31 December 1898

JLLING SANTA CLAUS' LEG. Santa Claus sat in b's easy chair By the fireside, bright and warm. Looking contented and debonair 5 As he harked to the outside storm. He toasted his hands and his little red toes By the firelight's cheerful gleam. And his rosy cheeks and jolly, fat nose Glowed like a poet's dream. But see! His head nods to and fro, His hands fall supine in his lap. And hark! That sound was a snore, I kn^-TV— Santy was taking a nap. And that's where Toddie and Tot and Wee Found him one winter's night And clapped their hands and danced with glee At the very unusual sight They knew full well, for they'd often heard From old granny's lore so deep That Santy was bound to keep his word Given when caught asleep. So Toddie aiid Tot took a shoulder each. Close up to Santy's ear, And Wee climbed up within easy reach. Where he could both see and hear. They wished for Christmas gifts galore. So dear to the heart of a child. Till Santa Glaus quite forgot to snore And nodded his head an...

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. — 7 January 1899

VOL. 4, No. 36. Fine Black Suit— Union made—for. .h C.W. Ericson.. Is the place to find a full assortment ol.... Dark Oaesimer Suit—aek nA to seeour Union made—for OawU 10.00 Pretty Plaid Suit— Union made 12.00 IT WI YOU TO TRADE AT BAYHA & Palladio Office Bid#., Duluth Telephone 696. Tb« Clotbicr Ur)ior) Label Suits ....&od Overcoats Elegant Dressy Suit— I f|f| —Union made V-UU And Upwards. Overcoats—Blue and Black Bea­ ver—Union labels- C. W. ERICSON. 219 West Superior Street, DULUTH,MINN. 10.00 Better ones— 12.00, 15.00, 18.00 up. Latest Up-to-Date UNION LABEL HATS—from the best to the cheapest. CO.'S FURNISHING STORE Where you will find a line of High Class Goods at Low Grade Prices. For instance: A $3.9*5 Couch, which others would sell you for $5.00. XTParlor Table for $1.15 regular $2.00 price. An Iron Bed for $3.50 regular $5.00 price. And so on all through our line. Carpets, Stoves, Window Shades, Oil Cloths, Draperies, and everything kept in a House Furnishing Store...

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. — 7 January 1899

THE LABOR WORLD. I'L'IIMSHKD EVERY SATl'ItDAY. Office, 101 Torre .' Li ds:., Duluth. Telephone 2S0. Printing Plant, 11)15 W. Superior St. Tcl'-lilioni- 27tJ. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance, ... $1.00 Six Months, .otf Three months. -25 Single copies, 5 cent*. Advertising rates raude known on application. TRADES raff) COUNCIL^ SAERIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. THOMAS K. HILL. Associate Editor. Lettera mid urtieliM relutinir to llie social problem are solicited. Entered at the postodice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. "The Head of the Lakes" is a new trades journal which made its appearance in Duluth Thursday. It is edited by Charles D. Skilling and pub­ lished by E. L. Miller. The pa­ per is in magazine form, and its first issue contains a nice line of advertising and a great deal of valuable readiug mate­ rial. Success to the new en­ terprise. The street railway company wants the county commission­ ers to rebate about $15,000 of the delinquent taxes of that corporat...

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. — 7 January 1899

THE LABOR WORLD. I'rni.ISIINI) EVERY SATURDAY. Office, 101 Torre.v li fe., Duluth. Telephone AsO. rrintiiiK Plant, lillu W. Superior St. Telephone 27G. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance, S1.00 Six Months, .off Three months, Single copies, cents. Advertising rates made known on application. TRADES COUNCIL ^DthT??^ SABRXE G. A ICIN, Editor and Publisher. THOMAS E. HILL. Associate Editor. Lottery mid nrtick'H rolutiiiir to tin? social problem are woIieitC'U. Entered at the postoflice at Duluth, Minn., as secoad CIJISH matter. "The Head of the Lakes" is a new trades journal which made its appearance in Duluth Thursday. It is edited by Charles D. Skilling and pub­ lished by E. L. Miller. The pa­ per is in magazine form, and its first issue contains a nice line of advertising and a great deal of valuable readiug mate­ rial. Success to the new en­ terprise. The street railway company wants the county commission­ ers to rebate about $15,000 of the delinquent taxes of that corporation, and ...

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. — 7 January 1899

TWO AGAINST A MOB. AN OLD TIME MISSISSIPPI RIVEF SHOOTING SCRAPE. A Trivial Incident That Led to the Wrecking of the Old PoHtoffice, and a Pitched Battle In Which Seven Men Were Slain. "One of the worst shooting scrapes that ever happened along the Missis­ sippi river," began the man at the wheel, relaxing his hold on the tiller, which had been hard down, and per­ mitting it to spin around with the velocity of a top, "took place out there, just above the mouth of the bayou, about 30 years ago, when they burned the old postoffice and the warehouse. You can see where they stood by the piles of bricks there on the bank." All admitted the ruins were plainly visible, when he changed to the op­ posite side of the wheel, and after a spirited effort made to counteract the effects of an impinging current that had caused the boat to swerve from her course he continued: "The boat that I was on had got caught in the fog, and we tied up un­ der the point there about 5 o'clock in the afternoon, a...

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. — 7 January 1899

HONOR ABOVE GOLD. An Incident Which Illustrate* the French Character. Speaking of French politics, I beard a most extraordinary story of another strange secret of contemporary life. fic.Tie years ago one might see in a res tanraut at night, playing dominos quietly or conversing in tranquil tones, a gentleman named Levy. He was a man who knew more of the secret his­ tory of the courts of Europe than any man of bis time. To get a full account of his personality and history you must spend an evening with Joe Lyons, the owner of the Trocadero and a score of .other restaurants, ono of the most bril­ liant raconteurs as well as one of the best fellows in all London. Mr. Levy was a private detective, employed when­ ever a task of extreme delicacy and enormous importance was on hand. He was retainer! by the Bank of England, among other institutions, and I have beard that his services were esteemed so valuable that he got the magnificent salary of £10,000 a year from that in­ stitution. Well...

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. — 14 January 1899

VOL. 4, No. 37. I 1. tyi V- *8 1 'HI C.W. Ericson.. Is the place to find a full assortment ot.... 8.00 Dark Cassimer Suit—ask to Bee our Union made—for 10.00 Fine Black Suit Union made—for. 12.00 Pretty Plaid Suit— Union made Telephone 696. (fa 4Jj Where you will find a line of High Class Goods at Low Grade Prices. For instance: A $3.95 Couch, which others would sell you for $5.00. A Parlor Table for $1.15 regular $2.00 price. J^An Iron Bed for $3.50 regular $5.00 price. C1 And so on all through our line. Carpets, Stoves, Window 4 Shades, Oil Cloths, Draperies, and everything kept in a House Furnishing Store. GOODS SOLD ON THE INSTALMENT PLAN AT BAYHA & STOCKS, BONDS AND MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES. BOUQHT AND SOLD. IF YOU WISH A Delicious WbotesoiT}* Palatable CALL ON VAL BLATZ BREWING 00. 4- Tb« Clotbier Union Label Suits I Overcoats Elegant Dressy Suit— I A A —Union made 219 West Superior Street, DULUTH, MINN. IT WILL PAY YOU TO TRADE AT BAYHA & CO.'S U-UU And Upwards. Overc...

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. — 14 January 1899

THE LABOR WORLD. PfUI-ISHED KVEIIV SATUnDAY. UHice, 101 Torru.v 15'dfr., Duluth. Telephone I'rintinii l'lnnt, 1015 W. Superior St. Telephone :!7G. "VoP-SCRI-l'TIOS'. One year, in adva'ictv Six Months, Three months, $1.00 .50 Single copies. _S eci.ts. Advertising rates made knf-vn.vn .appMcaticfn. TRADES feSP) COUNCIL SABBIE G. AKIN, Editor and Publisher. THOMAS E. HILL, Associate Editor. Letters and articles relating to the social problem are solicited. Entered at the postoffice at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. Yes, and while we are pen­ sioning Mr. Gay let us not for­ get a band-out for Uncle Ira. The legislature at Victoria, Australia, has enacted a law enforcing a Saturday half holi­ day, and also wage boards in certain trades to fix the mini­ mum wage, which will be far reaching in its results. Alderman Richardson is in St. Paul this week in the in­ terest of the refunding bill which has been introduced in the senate. As a general prop­ osition it will be safe to watch ...

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. — 14 January 1899

THAT INJUEES. THAT AFFLICTED PERSONS SHOULD NOT EAT. .on Have a Tendency to Cont, nn Meat as You Would Torture. Little Advice to the Great Army Sufferer!) From Dyspepsia. A physician, writing in the Phila Iphia Inquirer on "Foods and Their feet on the Hainan System," says: That oat of sorts feeling from which jst of us suffer half the days of onr 3 is usually due to our eating things shouldn't. Although we are con­ futed on tfee same model, scarcely two people have exactly the same of heart, liver and other organs, as a result nothing is truer than saying that "One man's meat is an ler man's poison." Moat, for instance, is a slow poison a number of individuals. If there is a gouty strain in your family, you are storing up future tortnre for yourself every time you eat a chop or piece of beef. Gout is simply the result of too much uric acid in the blood, and meat is full of the material from which uric acid is made. You may tbink that so long as yon have not to sit in an easy chair a...

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