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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1911)
Is a quick and positive remedy for all
coughs. It stoqs coughing spells at night
relieves the soreness, soothes the irrita
ted membrane and stoqs the tickling.
It is an ideal preparation for children
as it containes no harmful anodynes or
25c per bottle
12th and O St.
DR. R. L. BENTLEY,
Office Hours 1 to 4 p. m.
Office 21 18 O St. Both Phones
Dr. Chas. Yungblut
ROOM pv r BURR
No. 202 LyentlSt BLOCK
AUTO. PHONE 3416. BELL 656
LINCOLN, -:- NEBR.
A tforktirfcrft Money to loan
vLienuon on Chattels
Plenty of it. Utmost Secrecy.
129 So. iith St. Kelly & Norris
on household goods, pianos, hor
ses, eta; long or short time, No
charge for papers. No interest
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tetms than others make. Money
Said immediately. COLUMBIA
,OAN CO. 127 South 12th.
Capital Aulixiary No. 11 to
Lincoln Typographical Union
No. 209 meets every second and
fourth Wednesdays at the
MRS. FRED W. MICKEL,
3200 U St. Secy-Treas.
mies of trades unionism ammunition
for many a day.
For years I have been going upland
down this country boasting of the
splendid spirit of trades union lead
ers, of their figbt for the purest de
mocracy and theSr demand for a
square deal; but what can a man sa
in the face of this? It is not a question
of personal character. The big prin
ciple that is involved is the right of
an American citizen, even though he
be a trades unionist, to belong to any
kind of an organization that he
chooses, provided he believes that
that organization is not detrimental to
the interests of the workingman
What right has a convention of labor
or any other convention to dic
tate what shall be a man's religious,
economic or social affiliations? If
the workingmen of America can't
trust Mitchell, whom, among their
number, can they trust? He has not
been found guilty of treason to or
ganized labor, but has stood squarely
in conventions and in conferences for
an absolutely square deal to all con
cerned. Can a man do more than
It has been meanly charged that
Mitchell has worn a dress suit ana
that he has dined with millionaires.
What of it? If he had cared to do so,
he might have made this a common
practice, for he has had the oppor
tunity of getting a better job than
the workingmen of this country have
ever offered him. He has 'the brains
and the ability to make good on some
of the biggest propositions that are
being offered by the corporations.
I am sorry mighty sorry that the
thing has been done. It won't hurt
Mitchell. It will come back as a
boomerang upon the men who are re
sponsible for this foolish and short
sighted policy. But, worse than this,
it will react upon the entire labor
movement in America. Rev. Charles
WM. BARTLEMAN DEAD.
William Bartleman, one of the best
known employing barbers of Lincoln,
died at the home of his brother, Arch,
at Harvard, Neb., on Monday, March
6. Mr. Bartelman had been in pool
health for several months, and when
attacked by grip was unable to with
stand it. Six weeks ago he was com
pelled to quit work, and when he
grew rapidly worse he was taken to
his brother's home in Harvard. With
in a few hours after reaching that
city he passed away. Mr. Bartelman
resided in Bethany, and conducted one
of Lincoln's largest shops on South
LOOK FOR THE LABEL.
The anti-union organization of Lin
coln is paying particular attention to
the work of discriminating against
the label of the allied printing trades.
This will explain why a number of
candidates have handed out cards
minus the "joker." Maybe these can
didates are wise. The mn who "are
fighting the label have a habit "of
sticking together when their interests
demand it, while union men have a
habit of scattering all around and
paying no attention to their interests
on election day. But now is a good
time to put the rollers under the men
who listen to the union busting outfit.
ON WHICH SIDE, BROTHER?
Advanced age will find you on one side or the other.
It depends on what you are doing. If you are saving some
thing spending a little less than you earn and investing
your savings where they will work for you, then you are on
the right side. That's the secret of success making your
money work for you. We have the job for your money, and
we put it to work working twenty-four hours a day. And
for you. It is really wonderful how interest piles up. Come
in and let us explain our methods to you. Acquire the sav
ing habit now for saving is a habit.
AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK
132 North 11th St.
For Furnace Heating and Cok Stove.
ITS A MONEY SAVES
HUTCHINS & HYATT CO.
SCHAUPP COAL CO.
For Cooking and Heating.
Rooms aid Board
The above signs, neatly printed
on heavy cardboard, for sale at
1705 "0" STREET
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