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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1911)
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its opponents jumping sideways. The
resolution wa, as follows:
"L?rccn Central Labor union is
regular session held this evening, by
tmaniJr.ovis vote desires to express our
thanks to you fur the stand taken by
you diu-ius the p.esent session of the
Nebraska legislature, upon all legisla
tion a'"cetins the rights of labor, and
espec'.alJy your courageous efforts in
behalf cf ihe bill requiring the Allied
TraCes label on all state printing.
"Colli v:e br... succeed in getting a
few ct.n srs like ycu in our legislatures
wo rzif lit hope to have laws in the in
terest cf 1he masses instead of the
'"With our best wishes for your fu
ture and the hope of your further pre
ferment, we remain, etc."
Capital Aulixiary No. 11 to
Lincoln Typographical Union
No. 209 meets every second and
fourth Wednesdays at the
MRS. FRED W. MICKBL,
3200 U St. Secy-Treas.
HOW ABOUT IT.
The big rewards posted for the
apprehension cf the Los Angeles
dynamiters is causing the' arresting
of many men iri various parts of the
country. The parties arrested don't
prove to bo members ot unions, and
any otlisr dynamiters are not wanted.
Police officials should get that much
throuIi the.'r noddies. Of course if
a detccLlve could be employed to work
amon- the detectives of Los Angeles
he' might End out who caused the
Los Angeles explosion; but if he did
t would not be the kind of a man
wanted, and there would be nothing
doing. See? Portland Labor Press.
HOW ABOUT IT.
A member ef Omaha Typographical
Union No 03 is a member of the
Nebraska legislature. He announced
himself as opposed to the enactment
of a law requiring the label of the
allied printing trades on state work.
Now what do you know about that?
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..UNION LABOF5 LEAGUE.
A Woman's Union Label league was
organized Tuesday afternoon at Conti
nental hall by C. M. Freider, national
organizer for the Barbers' union. The
temporary officers elected are: Mrs.
Harriet Hale, president; Mrs. J. W.
Light, vice president; Mrs. Tony
Donahue, secretary. The object of the
union is that all members pledge
themselves to demand union made
goods and refuse to buy anything that
does not have the union label at
tached. "This means that the women
who belong to the nesv league will be
working for higher wages for women
and children and more sanitary condi
tions in the various factories," said
Mr. Freider. The speaker said that
the Woman's Label league stood for
the abolishment of child labor, the
sweatshop and for better sanitary con
ditions in the factories, laundries,
bakeries and for wages commensurate
with the labor given. Jerry Howard
gave a brief tslk on a "Minimum
Scale of Wages, Both for the Men
and for the Working Girl." Tony
Donahue spoke briefly of the good
the unions are doing and urged the
organization of the Woman's Label
league. The next meeting of the un
ion will be Tuesday, "March 17, at
Continental hall. At this time the
permanent officers will be elected.;
Omaha Western Laborer.
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