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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 14 January 1899

Elimbeth Cromwell. Cromwell legend? are so ubiqnitom in England that it is a real relief to hi3 one's hand upon a bit of solid fact re­ lating either to the protector or bis family. Elizabeth, the second and fa­ vorite daughter of Cromwell, married John Glaypole of Nurthborough, and appears to have spent a considerable portion of her 12 years of wedded life in his substantial fourteenth century house. Garlyle asserts Elizabeth Clay pole to have been "a graceful, brave and amiable woman," and of her home that it is "now ruined—patched into a farmhouse." The second statement is not charac­ terized by his usual accuracy, and the first probably needs some%iodification, for Elizabeth Claypole is credited with come turning of her bead over her fa­ ther's elevation, and at a wedding feast is reported to have exclaimed, when asked why the wives orthe major generals were absent, "I'll warrant you, washing their dishes at home, as they used to do." Not a particularly "amiable" sentence that. ...

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. — 21 January 1899

^ricson.. Tb? Clothier full assortment ot.... on Label Suits I ....aud Overcoats •8.00 0.00 12.00 E-SDS®oitr..l5-0l! And Upwards. Overcoats—Blue and Black Bea­ ver—Union labels— QQ Better ones— 12.00, 1500,18.00 up* UNION LABEL HATS—from the est to the cheapest. treet, DULUTH, MINN. 1ADE AT A&GO.'S FURNISHING STORE High Class Goods at Low Grade Prices. For instance: thers would sell you for $5.00. 5 regular $2.00 price. regular $5.00 price. hour line. Carpets, Stoves, Window raperies, and everything kept in a N THE INSTALMENT PLAN AT ast Superior St. n3=eEisias^^ TH & COMPANY, AND WEST DULUTH. Real Estate, Mortgage Loans, Fire ntals. NO MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES. IU8HT AND SOLO. ur, BREWING CO a E 1 jl West Dnlnth Bank Bid*., West Dnluth. lelephone 3081. ID! d3tal=t=^Tdb«=X=T=l=T=i=t=l=t=lri=i=T8X=I=JL=TSi=T=*=T=*= Milwaukee Beer. )uble Eagle CUT PLUG. GINIA LONG CUT. THE UNION LABEL. T=I=T=I=r=fcT=jl=7=*=^^ The Labor World. The Presidential Cam­ paign of Next Year. DULUTH 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. — 21 January 1899

THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Office, 101 Torrey Bidf?., Dulnth. Telephone 280. I'rintiii? Plant, WIS \V. Superior St. Telephone 276. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in udvance, $1.00 Six Months, .50 Three months, -25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on application. TRADES (Iftffflj COUNCIL 3 ^pJTHrfSSJS^ SABRIE G. AKIN, THOMAS Editor and Publisher, E. HILL, Associate Editor, letters and articles relating to the social problem arc solicited. Entered at the postofflco at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. The telephone franchise pro­ moters are laying low until af­ ter election. They are busy electing aldermen in the inter­ est of the. "dear people" just now. They say, don't get in a hur­ ry take one thing at a time, and things will eyolute all right. Hanged if we can find a place where power gave up sway until it had to—'taint comin' that way,- The Social Democracy has established a co-operative col­ ony at Olalla, Wash. The Co Operator is the name of a ...

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. — 21 January 1899

SUPERIOR. Assembly Election The semi-annual election ^f officers of the Trades and La} bor Assembly will take placje next Tuesday evening, anld considerable interest is mani­ fested over the election of pres­ ident. The present incumbent, G. O. Parker, has been returned as a delegate from the coopers' union, although he is nojt en­ gaged at present cooptering. This being the case, his elec­ tion will be hotly contested by the cigarmakers' union, O. A. Winkler being also a candidate for president. J. S. Konkel, of the typo­ graphical union, is in the race, and would make a good presid­ ing officer, and will stand a good chance of being elected in case of a deadlock between the coopers and cigarmakers, although some "opposition is raised to Mr. Konkel on the grounds that he is an employer of labor, although he is an ac­ tive member of the typograph­ ical union. The worst that can be said of President Parker is that he has made a good presiding of­ ficer during his term. Chicago Joints...

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. — 21 January 1899

The Mad Poet'* Retort. Many 6tories are told of McD a no 5 0 a a a go in N York as tbe "Mad Poet," which s-bow that he had a vein of great shrewdness, eucb as is often possessed by people who are counted insane. One day be waB seated at a table in a New York hotel quietly eating his sim­ ple dinner when two young men took their seats at the same table. They were not gentlemen in the best Bense of tbe word, and it occurred to tbem that tbey might have some sport with tbe poor poet. Consequently one of them said in an unnecessarily clear tone: "I have seen almost everything and everybody in New York except McDon­ ald Clarke. I have a great admiration for his poems, and I would give a great leal to see the man." When be paused, tbe mad poet leaned forward and said with evident gratifica­ tion: "Sir, I am McDonald Clarke, whom you say you wish to see." The young man stared at him with much rudeness for a moment, and then, drawing a quarter from his pocket, be laid it on the poat's plate...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 11 February 1899

i- VOL. 4, No. 41. I Send tou TO $90.00 BUGGIES AND SURREYS ya* ri« Ml i: IF YOU C.W. Ericson.. Is the place to find a full assortment oi.... Dark Cassimer Suit—ask to Bee our Union made—for Qa Fine Black Suit Union made—for. 12.00 one dollar by freicht C. O. D. subject to examination, you can'i MODAL TO ANT »100.00 TOP BUGGY you ever saw, perfectly satisfactory and pity the railroad agent Tbe Clothier Union Label Suits ....ai?d Overcoats 10.00 Pretty Plaid Suit Union made........ OUR SPECIAL OFFEB PRICE $55.00 Elegant Dcessy Suit— I AA —Union made Q-UU And Upwards. Overcoats—Blue and Black Bea­ ver—Union labels— eeiin AkIC nAI I AB with yoar order, WE GUARANTEE the Buggjr to Reach Ton Safely and OtW'J OWE, UUI.I.HH if satisfactory, pay the railroad agent balance, 854.00 and frelelitcharstu, otherwise pay nothing and the agent will return buggy at our expense and we willreturnyour 81.00. nOM'T BTTY A CHEAP FACTORY BUGGY now sold almost exclusively by all Machinery Dealers -3i WRITE ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 11 February 1899

THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVJSBY SATURDAY. Office, 101 Torrey dp ., Dnluth. Telephone 2S0. Printing Plant, 1915 W. Superior St. Telephone 270. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance, 3ix Months, Three months, $1.00 .50 .25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on application. COUNCIL TRADES!, a S14UTH. SABBIE G. AKIN, THOMAS Editor and Publisher. E. HILL, Associate Editor. Letters and articles relating to the social problem are solicited. Entered at the postofHce at Dnluth, Minn., as second class matter. A New York judge has decid­ ed that a child is worth only $1, and that no larger sum need be paid by any corporation that kills one. Sara Bernhardt, the well known actress, in an interview in Rome, says the naturalistic school of drama will prove successful in the long run. "We have to reckon with the rapid progress of the socialistic move­ ment, which impels all men to cast their glances on the miseries of our proletarian fel lowmen. For everybody, in a measure, is giii...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 11 February 1899

POPULAR PROVERBS. SOME THAT ARE FAIRLY BRIMFUL OF ABSURDITY. Maxims Often Quoted and at Times Advanced ai Argument Which Have Neither Wit Nor Wisdom to Com­ mend Them—Contradictory Sayings. There is a mistaken notion abroad, says a writer in London Tit-Bits, that proverbs are epitomes of wisdom, the concentrated experience of generations, and that to qnote one of them in a dis­ cussion is to advance an unanswerable argument. And yet what is there to recommend many of them beyond their jingle Take our familiar friend: Early to Bed and Early to Rise, Makes a Man Healthy, Wealthy and Wise.— Obviously, the main idea was to find a word to rhyme with' 'rise,'' and "wise'' was the unfortunate word chosen. And now, trustful little boys are persuaded to go to bed at unreasonably early hours in the hope of becoming a sort of San dow-Riothschild-Solomon, though we all know milkmen and market garden­ ers who get up at 5 a. m. and are nei­ ther rich nor clever, and members of parliament who go 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. — 11 February 1899

JACK AND HIS WILL. A Special Act of the Brltlah Parlia­ ment Arrange* That Matter. Jack has the proud distinction of having had an act of parliament passed for thu express purpose of deciding the way in which he must make his will, BO that while all other Britons are lumped together in this matter under the wills act of 1838 sailors' testament­ ary documents are made under tho naval wills act of 1866. The most im­ portant proviso of this act is tha*: all wills made by sailors or marines most be witnessed and attested by the chap Iain or some other officer if they are actually made on board ship, and this is somewhat curious. If a sa'ilor likes to make his will on shore, any one can witness it. for him, but on board ship the case is different. Needless to say they almost all to a man choose the latter course, as they know that things will be straiehter for bearing an officer's signature. If, how­ ever, supposing that the vessel was in action and a man was to be struck down who had no...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 18 February 1899

LADIES, FIRST ARRIVAL OF Taffeta Silks. Received 50 pieces new changeable TafTeta Silks, superior quality new color combination the only assortment in town ch'oicc FIRST ARRIVAL OF Novelty Silks. ?*%t~4s&k V0Y£ •if1 -4 The first showing of new Cords, new Stripes, new Plaids— exclusive designs— 100 separate patterns far Sliirt Waists, Dress Waists and Dresses, at per jard, $1.39 $1.25 $1.00 FIRST ARRIVAL'OF New Stripes. a# 35 pieces new Striped Taffetas, full 24 inches wide, wear flfl guaranteed choice, per yard 1 IIII FIRST ARRIVAL OF Checks. FIRST ARRIVAL OF ."i-Sfr-. New Wash Silks. 50 pieces new Wash Bilk in new colors, new stripes, checks and plaids, choice, 45c and 39c Druggists' Sundries. PAUL'S CELEUYiNERVINE, $1.00 size IK. Fig Syrup, 50c size I Cod Liver Oil, 11.00 size Best Emulsion, $1.00 size Mail Orders Promptly Filled. WEAR THE VASSAR SHOE It has no equal on earth we are the exclusive agents for Duluth and Superior. It's a #5.00 Shoe, but we make ?l special feature...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 18 February 1899

FIRST ARRIVAL OF Taffeta Silks. tteoeivel ?»0 pieces new changeable TafFela, Silks, superior quality new color combination the only assortment in town choice FIRST ARRIVAL OF Novelty Silks. The first showing of now Cords, new Stripes, new Piaids— exclusive designs— li0 separate patterns for Shirt Waists, Dress Waists and Dresses, at per jard, $1.25 $1, FIRST ARRIVAL'.OF New Stripes. Checks. pieces new Checked Silks 7C A other stores ask 8 our price JJlJ FIRST ARRIVAL OF New Wash Silks. pieces new Wash Silk in new colors, new stripes, checks and plaids, choice, 45c and 39c Druggists' Sundries. PAUL S CELi:itViNKRVINE, Sfl.UOsi/.e Tip Syrup, 5U! size O.mI Liver Oil. 1.00 size Best Emulsion, $1 .(H) Little Liver Pills, ^5c size Mail Orders Promptly Filled.I It has no equal on earth we are the exclusive agents for Duluth and Superior. It's a £5.00 Shoe, but we make a special feature of them at— $2.98 Corset Covers. 33c 62c l)e Winter's CougU Syrup, •J5e si/.e 19c Heel'. Iron and Wine, 5...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 18 February 1899

THE 1*AB0R WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. Business Office, 101 Torrey BIdg., Duluth. Telephone 280. Job Office, 1915 W. Superior St. Telephone 276. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in1 advance $1.00 Six Months, in advance 50 Three McSnths, in advance 25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on appli­ cation. T^DES^^lcOUWcjL S4t)TH.rtSS^ SAIIRIE 6. AKIN, Editor nml Puibligher. Letters and articles relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered at the Postofflee at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. "O the days gone by! O the days gone by The apples in the orchard, and the path­ way through the rye The chirrup of Ihe robin, and the whistle of the quail ji'~ As he ipiped across the meadows sweet as any nightingale When itJhe bloom was on the clover, and the blue was In the sky, And my happy heart brimmed over, in the days gone by." —James Whitcomb Riley. GROWING. With this issue of The Labor World it is enlarged to a seven-column folio. From now on we expect to giv...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 18 February 1899

THE LABOR WORLD. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Business Office, 101 Torrry Bldg., Dululh. Telephone Job Office, \V. Superior dt. Telephone 270. SUBSCRIPTION: Single copies, f» cents. Advertising rates made known on appli cation. UNIONI nj!|ru" Ann I COUNCIL "adkT^e, r~ V^LADLLJ SAI1IIII0 U. AlvIX, Alitor ami I'll hliNher. L.et.l-ers ant] articles relating to the so­ cial problem are solicited. Entered fit the Postoffico at Duluth, Minn., as second class matter. "O the days gone by! O Ihe days gone l»y! The apples in the orchard, and the path­ way through the rye The chirrup of the robin, and the whistle of the quail As he ipiped across the meadows isweet as any nightingale When tihe bloom was on the clover, and the blue was in the sky, And my happy heart ibrimmed over, in the days gone by." —James Whiteomb Riley. GROWING. With this issue of The Labor World it is enlarged to a seven-column l'olio. From now on we expect to give our renders a bigger and better paper for the same money. J*E...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 18 February 1899

At the last meeting- of the Trades lAsseirfbly Organizer Garland informed that body that it could not afford to 7ay $75 a month for the work of the organizer at this time, and suggested that his salary 'be cut in half. Some thought it would 'be better to abolish •the office for the time. This was voted down, however, by a vote of 15 for to 5 against doing away with the office. ^Xlr. (iarland was finally em­ ployed under contract, to toe paid for actual work done. Organizer Garland has done good work this winter, in the way of organ­ izing new unions 'and re-organizing ind bolstering lip the weak ones. :'Every union man should take a hand :in helping the cause along. iMr. and Mrs. W. E. MelSwen cele­ brated the second anniversary of their wedding Friday evening February 10. A number of friends were invited in and spent the evening very pleasantly. E. It. CofWb tried to get the Trades Assembly to declare the levying of boycotts unwise at the last meeting but the" Assembly unanimously ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 18 February 1899

Duluth. At tlic lns1 meeting' of the Trades As.scni1!)!v Oriranizcr (inrlnncl informed 1hat 1 o( 1 that ii eould not, afford to pay •$?") a month for the work of the organizer at this time, and suggested tliat liis salary 'be cut ill half. Some thought it would be better to abolish 1he office for the time. This was voted down, however, by a vote of 15 for to against (loins' a.way with the office. Mi'. (Iarland was finally em­ ployed under contract, to be paid for actual work done. Organizer Ciiirlaml lias done pood work this winter, in the way of organ­ izing- new unions and re-or^anizing and bolstering ii| Hie weak ones. Every union man should take hand in helping the cause along. 'Mr. and Mrs. \V. E. McKwen cele brated the second anniversary of their wedding Friday evening I'Vnrnary 30. A number of friends were invited ill and spent the evening very pleasantly. K. 1. Oo'bb tried to get, the Trades Assembly to declare the levying of •boycotts unwise at the last meeting but the Asse...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 18 February 1899

*1? HE IS VERY DISCREET liORD CHARLES BERE9PORD IS DIP­ LOMATIC IN SPEECH. Snys Hla Mission Slionld Not Be Colled it Proposition For An Al- llunce—Sees Much Trouble Ahead FOB France on Account of Preai- dent Fuure's DentH—Military v». Civil Authority. CHICAGO, Feb. 17.—Lord Charles Beresford arrived in Chicago shortly be ioro, 3 o'clock this afternoon. He was met at the Northwestern station and driven to the. Auditorium hotel, where he will be domiciled until his departure for "Washington on Sunday. Lord Charles was not at all averse to discussing matters of general importance. He declined to talk of the Philippine dis­ pute further than to say: "Whatever the American people da with the matter you may depend upon if will be for the best interests of the Amer­ ican people and not without due regard for the welfare of the Islanders." Bearing on the purposes of his trip Lord Charles said: "Itf Is not well, I think, to call the movement by so harsh a term as a prop­ osition for an allia...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 18 February 1899

HE IS VERY DISCREET LORD CHARLES BERESFORD IS DIP­ LOMATIC IX SPEECH. Says Ilia MIKMIOU Should Not He CalliMl si Proposal ion For An VI lianec—S(M\s Trouble Aliesul For France on Account of Preni dent Faurc's Deal li—Military vs. Civil Authority. CHICAGO, Kel). 17.-i.onl Clunk's Bcresford arrived in .slici'tlv hc l'uro ?. o'clock this iificrtioon. lit: is met at the Northwestern station and driven to the Auditorium hotel, where he will be domiciled until his departure for "Washington on Sunday. Lord Charles was not at all averse to discussing matters of general importance, lie declined to talk of the Philippine dis­ pute further than to say: "Whatever the American people do with the matter you may depend upon it will be for the best interests of the Amer­ ican people and not without due regard for the welfare of the islanders." Bearing on the purposes of his trip Lord Charles said: "Itf is not well, I think, to call the movement by so harsh a term as a prop­ osition for an alliance....

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 25 February 1899

••AH Personal Silk Dept. You are personally invited to visit our store—to make it the base of your season's supplies. Every department is fortified with-the first arrivals of bright, fresh, New Spring Merchandise. We cannot tell of alllthe thingsUhat have arrived, the space being too limited for a detailed descrip­ tion of. each department, but we want you to know that we are always- the first to receive the new things, and that we were never more]-earnestly in­ tent upon serving -your best buying interests than now. New Dress Goods. Dlack Goods Dept. Arrivals of Spring Novelties, new Weaves and artistic designs, Black Grepons—per yard— $3 75, $2.25, $1.75 and $1.50 50-inch Blafck Cheviot and Black Storm Serge— 89c, 79c, 69c 38-inch Black ail wool 90A Brocades—per yard Arl[j 35 pieces,Black Cashmeres, Brocades and Bayadere Suitings—50c quality Lining Dept. 25 pieces of the celebrated Silver Sheen and Near Silk today—per yard Bargain Counter'Mo.l. Fancy Plain.Suitings, that are sold ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 25 February 1899

Vol. 4,«NO.~43. MM Personal Silk Dept. You are personally invited to visit our store—to make it the base of your seaspn's supplies. Every department is fortified with-the first arrivals of bright, fresh, New Spring" Merchandise. We cannot tell of alllthe things] that have arrived, the space being too limited for a detailed descrip­ tion of each department, but we want you to know that we are always- the first to receive the new things, and that we were never more] earnestly in tent upon serving -your best buying interests than now. ou-mca Black Goods Dept. Arrivals of Spring Novelties, new Weaves and artistic designs, Black Crepons—per yard— 93 75,92.25, $1.75 and $1.50 50-inch Blabk Cheviot and Black Storm Serge— 38-inch Black a ,35 pieces,BJack Cashmeres, Brocades and Bayadere Suitings—50c quality GRASS CLOTH SJiK and linen—suitable for dresses or shirt waists per yard Bargain Counter'No.1. Fancy Plain .Suitings, that are sold all over town at 15e per yard—Our Bargilin price—per y...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 25 February 1899

A Silk Dept. nvitation. You are personally invited to visit our store—to make it the base of your season's supplies. Every department is fortified with'the first arrivals of bright, fresh, New Spring Merchandise. We cannot tell of alljthe things1 that have arrived, the space being too limited for a detailed descrip­ tion of each department, but we want you to know that we are always^ the first to receive the new things, and that we were never more] earnestly in­ tent upon serving your best buying interests than now. New Dress Goods. New Colored Dress Goods, JiO-ineh Venetian Cloth. in ail the popular shades— per yard it-inch best all wool Poplins in Cardinals. Blue, Tan. Trt. Green, etc.: $1.00 quality: 59c, 39c, 29c 27 pieces "(i-ineh wool Plaids, new bright colors, for ladies' Waists and Ch ildren's IJJIJ Dresses—choice Black Goods Dept. Arrivals of Spring Novelties, new Weaves and ar:istie designs, Black re 11 s— per va rd— $3 75, $2.25, $1.75 and $1.50 r.O-iru'h JUaMi Cheviot an...

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