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Heads of Local Unions Organize, for
More Effective Work.
The presidents of seventeen local
unions met at the Labor Temple last
Sunday afternoon and affected a tern
porary organization of what will here
after be known as "The Presidents'
Council." It is believed that through
such an organization more effective
co-operative work may be accom
plished. This has been found true
in other cities, and will doubtless
prove true in Lincoln. Another meet
ing will be held shortly for the pur
pose of permanently organizing.
There is a misunderstanding on the
part of some concerning the objects
of this new organization. It will not
be a competitor of the Central Labor
Union, but rather an assistant to that
organization. Very often the presi
dents of the "various locals have mat
ters coming before them that require
quicker action than could be secured
through the central body, and often
have questions arising for settlement
that have no place in the central. The
two organizations can and doubtless
will work in thorough harmony.
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Has the Right Ring.
The executive board - of the Amer
ican Federation of Labor has issued
a charter to the Western Federation
of Miners under the same conditions
as given the United Mine Workers of
America. The latter threatened to
withdraw from the American Feder
ation of Labor unless Gompers and I
his executive board issued the west
ern organization a charter. By this
amalgamation there is progress made
to the contest between organized toil
and organized greed. The workers
of the nation are awakening to the
power of organization, there promises
to be something doing in the near fu
ture that will send the shivers down
the spine of Wall street magnates.
Bear River Journal.
A PLACE TO GO
Sunday Evenings in February
ALL SOULS' CHURCH
Corner H & 12th Sts.
Four Addresses on Vital Themes for Modern Minds.
First Subject: "The Inescapable Religion."
An opportunity for questions at close of address..
"The Realization of Democracy."
Fourth Subject: "Democracy the State."
Warren Sentence Commuted.
President Taf t has commuted the
sentence of Editor Warren, knocking
out the imprisonment part and re
ducing the fire to $100, to be collected
by civil process. The Warren case
did not arouse workers as it should.
All of which merely goes to show that
it takes something harder than an
earthquake to startle the workers
into real action.
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Greeley Was a Union Man.
Capital Aulixiary No. 11 to
Lincoln Typographical Union
No. 209 meets every second and
fourth Wednesdays at the
' MRS. FEED W. MICKEL,
More than half a century ago Hor
ace Greeley advocated the fundament- I
al principles of present day organized
labor, advocated the shorter working
day and combatted child labor.
This phase of Greeley's life as the
"champion of the rights of labor"
was discussed last Sunday by United
States Senator Albert J. Beveridge in
the New York theater where the
New York Typographical union No. 6
celebrated the one hundredth anni
versary of Greeley's birth. Greeley
organized the first union of New
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