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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 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.
OFFICE OF .
DR. R. L. BENTLEY,
Office Hours 1 to 4 p. m.
Office 2118 O St. Both Phones
Dr. Chas. Yungbhit
No. 202 Dentist
AUTO. PHONE 3416, BELL 656
LINCOLN, -:- : NEBR.
Af forkiirvn Money to loan
Muenuon on Chattels.
Plenty of it. Utmost Secrecy.
129 So. 11th St.
Kelly & Norris
n household goods, pianos, hor
ses, eta; long or short time, No
charge for papers. No interest
inaoVanee. No publicity orfil
papers, We guarantee better
tetms than others make. Money
Eaid 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.
WILL MAUPIN'S WEEKLY
WOMEN AS STRIKERS.
Persistent In Devising Means to Worry
At a recent meeting of the Women's
Trade Union league In New York Miss
Younger ot California told her eastern
sisters about the persistence of the
western trade union women. The pub
licity committee thus chronicles the
"She described how in the face, of al
most insurmountable difficulties sever
al thousand laundry workers defied
the men in their trade and went out
on strike, subsequently winning a vic
tory for themselves and their skeptical
"She brought forth laughter and ap
preciation by telling, how the wait
resses went out on strike in one of the
largest restaurants. Unable to come
to terms with their employers, they
sent forth a number of pickets, who
kept shouting, 'Unfair house, unfair
"They were arrested and forbidden
to continue their exercise. The next
evening a number of women were sell
ing matches in front of the same
place, and each purchaser, was. inform
ed that the restaurant in question was
unfair. As soon as the firm found it
out it secured an Injunction against
the Waitresses' union forbidding it to
carry on the trade. But the follow
ing evening matches were being sold
by a group of men, and the firm- took
out a second Injunction,, this time
against the Waiters' union. They were
followed by the cooks as match sellers,
and when these were restrained the
dishwashers took up the sale. At last
these, too, met the same fate as the
other workers in their' trade. The
whole restaurant industry was now in
the clutches of the court, and the
striking girls were at their wits end
what to do next when a twentieth
century Portia hit upon a brilliant
scheme which helped the workers and
turned the ridicule of the people upon
the wise Justice.
"At the usual hour in front of the
scab restaurant appeared a good sized
donkey carrying an 'Unfair House'
"In posthaste the enraged employ
ers took the animal to court, where a
judge declared that he could not issue
an injunction against a donkey."
BUY LABEL GOODS.
Dr. Eliot, the man made fa
mous by Harvard university, is
a scientific boycotter. He says:
"In an intelligent and wide
awake democracy which does
not dread but rather likes the
new or novel and is not the
slave of tradition the consump
tion of any article which has be
come subject to a monopoly may
be suddenly and effectively re
duced. Even the most solid mo
nopolies fear the abstinence of
The union label permits us to
apply the above philosophy of
the learned Dr. Eliot by the in
direct but no less effective meth
od of rewarding our friends. In
promoting a demand for the
products of union labor as dis
tinguished by the union label we
at the same time punish our enemies.
BETTER SAVE THAN SORRY.
A very trite old adage, but full of horse sense. Most
of us could get along with just a bit less now, but the time
will come when we may need more to get along with. Now
is the time to make provision for the then. A few dollars
deposited with us now and then will accumulate rapidly. We
pay Four Per Cent Interest on deposits. What you' spend
today will not be available tomorrow. Saving is a : habit,
easily cultivated and well worth the cultivation. Begin right
now. Call and let us explain our system to you. ?
AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK
132 NORTH 11 TH ST.
Named for Lincoln
Made in Lincoln
S?.v . !C ffc n -.iMiSs
H.O.BARBER & SONS
Demand Liberty Flour and take no other. If your grocer
does not handle it, phone us about it.
H. O. BARBER & SON
First Trust and Savings Bank
Ownedfby Stockholders of First National Bank
The Bank for The Wage Earners
Interest aid at Fou r er Cent
139 South Eleventh " Lincoln, Nebraska
Once Tried Always Used
Little Hatchet Flour
Made from Select Nebraska Hard Wheat
WILBER AND DeWITT MILLS
RYE FLOUR A SPECIALTY
Bell Phone 200; Auto. 1459
Test of the Oven
Test of the Taste
Test of Digestion
Test of Quality
Test of Quantity
Test f Time
Measured by Every
Test it Proves Best
So. 9th St., LINCOLN, NEB.
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