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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1911)
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CI GAR MAKERS' ELECTION.
The full returns of the election ol
the cigarmakers' international union
are not all in yet, but it looks a bit
as if President Perkins was going to
meet the same fate handed to Lewis
of the mine workers. The latest re
ports are that Parker is leading Per
kins by more than a thousand votes.
The Omaha Western Laborer says:
The cigarmakers of Denver cast
220 votes for Harry Parker of Phila
delphia for president of the interna
tional, and 102 for George W. Perking
the present incumbent. This shows,
the insurgent movement in the cigar
makers' union or in any other union,
for that mattertis not confined to any
part of the country. The pluies at
the head of the unions are like the
plut.es at the head of the nation
they refuse to see. So the only way
to make an impression on an official
organ editor or a stand-pat grand
president is to belt him over the ear
with a referendum club containing a
majority vote of the membership.
Then it is a case of "back to the
mines," as happened to Lewis.
THAT SPRING FEELING.
"Doc" Richter wandered into the
one day this week, and shoving aside
a lot of valuable exchanges upon the
editorial desk sat himself down and
'"Got the feeling again. Haven't
you? Balmy air, bright sunshine, sap
beginning to rise, and the wanderlust
hits me. Remember old times, Bill,
when this season of the year found
us dodging around the railroad yards
to escape the brakies? Cinders iu
shoes and eyes, a bill carefully
sewed in the bottom of the watch
pocket in the waistband of the pants
to cover possible contingencies,
Put at this point the editor arose
in his wrath and declared that if the
visitor didn't change the subject
there'd be . a new pair of hoboes hit
ting it towards old Chi. The subject
was changed, but the feelings aroused
The Atlantic, Northern & Southern
railroad in Iowa is tied up by a strike.
The railroad is not much longer than
its name, and it has been unable to
pay its employes. Recently the men
on the south end struck to enforce
their demand for payment of their
wages, and the directors met ana
raised $2,000. As soon as the men on.
the north end heard of it they struck
rnd demanded half of the money. As
i result the whole road is sewed up.
UP AND AROUND.
Miss Dorothy Righter, after three
months' illness which confined her to
her bed, and from which it seemed
likely more than once that she would
never leave alive, is now able to be
about the house a bit, although she
walks with the aid of crutches. She
suffered a severe attack of inflam
matory rheumatism. Her scores of
frineds will rejoice at her convafes-scene.
KITCHEN CABINET SAVES MILES OF
STEPS FOR TIRED FEET.
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