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About The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-???? | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1905)
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Male Sure the Above Label Is On the Box.
UNION MADE SHOES
Icarry nothing but union made
shoes, and have a full line of
them. I manufacture shoes and
shoe uppers. A share of union
patronage is respectfully solicited.
S. L. McCOY
1529 0 St., Lincoln
Security Savings & Loan Ass'n
Provides a Safe and Profitable Place
for Your Savings.
Will Loan You Money to Buy or Build
a Home on Monthly Payments.
Consult Your Own Interest by
Calling on Us.
Rooms 6 and 7, 128 North Htfi Street.
Of Lincoln will weaz
Clothing bearing tfye
Union Label made by
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The only line of real
Higk Grade Clothing
bearing the label. To
be suze, ask for Kohn
Sold in Lincoln ex
clusively by ... . .
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General Banking Business. . interest on time deposits
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GENERAL . MENTION.
Items of Interest Gathered From All
Over the Country.
Use Egg-o-see and make Mr. Post
For union made shoes go to Rogers
The Elgin shirt and the Elgin col
lars are union made.
The government is advertising for
5.000 contract laborers to work on
the Panama canal.
Get behind the union label and
push it for all it is worth and it is
worth millions to the union men and
women of America.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Sigour
ney, on July 21, a son. "Jack" says
the boy carries a card and is already
howling for copy.
The Kansas City Labor Day com
mittee had a nice bunch of money
on deposit with - the City National
bank when it went broke.
The Painters and Paperhangers
have a neat label. Did you have it
put on your summer job of painting
and paperhanging? And if not, why
The American Flint Glass Workers'
Union will engage in business on its
own account, and is erecting three
factories in which to make lamp
Merchants' who patronize 'rat"
printeries do not want the patronage
of union men and women. If they did,
they would not patronize "rat" prin
Union painters on a church at
Wilkesbarre struck because the scaf
folding was erected by non-union car
penters. They won, because the old
scaffolding was torn down and a new
one erected by union men.
The distributors of the Henry
George and George W. Childs cigars
are having trouble. As fast as Lin
coln cigar dealers run out of these
brands they discontinue them, despite
the tears and protests of the whole
salers. The "Omaha Plan" of making it
easy to buy union made goods is the
best one ever devised. The local
Woman's Union Label League is fol
lowing the plan, and mside of a
month will have it in practical oper
ation. Henry Bruening, foreman of the
stereotyping department of the Free
Press, has returned to work after an
extended vacation which he spent in
the country. He is almost entirely
recovered and is feeling better than
for a year or two.
The Commercial Printing Co., of
San Francisco put in beds and dining
roora for the non-union printers it was
going to get when the union men
walked out. The beds have not yet
been occupied, the food has rotted
on the shelves and the company is
A. G.' Chapman, mail carrier in dis
trict No. 6, was called to Chicago last
week by the death of his mother. Mrs.
Chapman was one of Lincoln's early
settlers and was well known and be
loved. She was visiting a son in
Chicago when the summons came.
Mr. Chapman will have the sympathy
of his fellow employes and hosts of
others in his bereavement.
SUPPRESS THIS EVIL.
Too Many Small Boys Allowed to
Loiter Around Pool Halls.
It is time that the city authorities
took summary action against these
pool room managers who allow boys
to loaf around and play pool and bil
liards. It is not exaggeration to say
that one-half the receipts of the pool
halls come from boys' under 18 years
of age, and every evening these halls
are crowded with youths who should
be at home in bed. It is contrary to
law to allow a minor to loiter in a
pool hall or play the game, and the
law should be enforced.
These pool halls are training and
recruiting grounds for trampdom and
the criminal courts, and the evil is
growing to alarming proportions in
this city. The Wageworker is going
to begin a crusade on its own ac
count' pretty soon, and when it be
gins there is going to be a long cen
sus not only of proprietors who allow
minors to play, out of minors whose
parents evidently are unaware of 'the
"spqrty" inclinations of their adoles
cent offspring. The police authorities
should give the pool halls their im
AND IN LINCOLN.
There is one thing about this label
business, and that is every son-of-a-
gun, in the reform movement, red
buttons, black republican, gray demo
crat, blue populist, dreamy single
taxer, crazy referendum cranks, pure
and simple bugs and all will feel bet
ter if they assist in creating a de
mand for union labeled goods on the
market. If the Union Label League
will make it easy to get union la
beled goods, there might come a
change in public sentiment of Omaha
toward unions. Western Laborer.
OF COURSE NOT.
The "unprejudiced" daily press had
a good deal of sport over the scan
dalous labor graft of Sam Parks, but
it is not even charged that labor agi
tators were carried on the pay roll
thirteen months after they were dead
and buried, as was the case with the
Equitable grafters In Channcey De
pew swell set, Western , Laborer.
Our second annual July Cleaning Sale was a success beyond our
fondest anticipations. Its success. convinces us that we have made
friends who rely on what we say, and patronize us because we give ex
tra value for the money. It has been our constant effort to convince
you that our situation and our opportunities spell economy to you. Our
buyer is constantly in the clothing and furniture centers looking for bar
gains.. We are out of the high rent. retail district and our expenses are
therefore greatly reduced. These are factors that enable us to offer the
public unusual bargains the year 'round.
SUMMER BARGAINS ARE STILL OFFERED
We have by no means exhausted our stock of summer bargains.
Indeed, we offer better ones than ever in fact, better ones than we
ever before offered in Lincoln. We are selling Men's Suits from $4.0
to $15.00, worth $15.00 up to $25.00. Like bargains in all other lines
TO OUR MANY UNION FRIENDS
We feel safe in saying that we carry more lines of Union Made
Clothing and Furnishings than any other store in Lincoln. When we
can find goods in our line with the Union Label we put it in stock at
once. If we haven't tell us where to get it. We want to sell labeled
goods because it helps you and is profitable to us.. That's mutual.
LINCOLN CLOTHING (0.
Corner lOth and F Streets.
INSPECTS THE WILL
The widow of Wm. Zeigler, the mil
lionaire baking powder manufacturer,
and backer of Arctic expeditions, has
filed a suit In the New Tork courts
questioning the validity of the Zeig
ler will, and charging that at the time
of making that will Zeigler was In
sane. Zeigler left an estate valued
at $30,000,000 to his adopted son, 14
years of age. In the will it was pro
vided that the boy should have com
plete control of the entire estate at
the age of 40. He gave to his widow
$50,000 a year during her life and the
Zeigler residence int New - York, to
gether with a summer borne.
SHORT LINE NST
Lewis It Clark (f
j EXPOSITION II
is via the I i : 5
I UNION PACIFIC
200 miles along the beautiful
I I Columbia River , ' V
YELLOWSTONE PARK EN ROUTL
I I Tickets good to ) 1 I
If Return Through California II
V On Sale July 25, 26, 27 J J
Inqnire of ' J I
N. E. B. SLOSSON,
NT 6ESERAL AGEST. . S S .
Choice Goods, Low Prices - - 1545 O St., Phone 440
2 lbs. Fresh Country Butter . . . . . 35
- 1 Doz. Eggs
3 lbs. Good Lard 25c
1 Sack Good Bread Flour . .'--$1.30
10 Bars Good Laundry Soap . . ... 25c ,
9 Bars Lenox Soap ' 25c ','
BOWMAN GROCERY CO., - 1545 O STREET
July Clearing Sale, which has been such a great success),
goes home pleased with the
This week you will find more
outs in addition to Our Great
Every day we meet with new faces in our
they received. Come
and be one of them. .
For Ladies' Union
Suits, full sleeve, and
full length Pants
Card for Ball Pearl
Buttons worth 10c.
For choice of any of
our Ladies Silk and
Linen Parasols up to
Fo choice of 100
styles of Torchon and
Val. Lace and Insert
ing, worth to 12 1-2c
For our best, quality
of 9-4 Unbleached
For Fancy Ticking,
For large size, Hand
Bag in black only,
We have just received two cases of Bed Spreads
which we have bought at a very low price and are
going to give the public the benefit of our purchase.
1 case of 100 Bed Spreads that are cheap at $1.00, as
they are full sizes This week they go at..... 79c
1 case of 190 Bed Spreads, size 81x90, extra finished
and assorted patterns', worth $1.50. This week.. $1.15
144 Ladies' White Wash Belts, embroidered In colors,
nne tailor stitched 19c
252 Taffeta Silk Belts, hemstitched, all colors, and worth
to 50c; now 19c
Choice of any of our 50c Belts 39c
Ail other Belts go at 20 per cent discount.
25 dozen Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs in pure
Linen and Japonette, our regular 7c value 4c
A lot of Ladies' Handkerchiefs in plain Linen, hem
stitched; fancy embroidered and lace trimmed; worth
30c, 35c, 40c and 50c; all go at one price 22c
Remember our Silk sale is still on.
58-inch Bleached Union Damask, assorted patterns, ,19c
58-inch Turkey Red and Blue Damask, regular 45 value
3 pieces of Black Wool Brocade, worth to 50c. will go
Choice of our 50c Mohairs, in plain colors and fancies
Choice of our $1.00 Mohairs, in plain colors and fancies
One-fifth off on all others.
Cotton VJaoh Gobdo
Good quality in Dress Prints 3c
Good quality in Apron Ginghams 4c
15c and 25c Organdies, Batistes and Dimities, for 6c
25c Colored Linen Suitings for 8'jC
S6-lnch Cotton Voiles, 25c value. In cream, white, navy,
brown and cardinal, for 12c
10c quality Fine Cambric Muslin for 7'ic
Best grade Red Seal Dress Gingham for 8c
25c Zephyrs, in stripes all colors ...15c
15c and 20c Dotted Swiss and fancy white goods will
go for , 12c
For Turkish To wets,
bleached or unbleach
ed, size 20x40.
A FEW OF THE GREAT MANY
Bargains in Cur
Duck Skirts in black and dark blue, with white polka
dots, worth -$1.25, for SSc
A few left of those Silk Mohair and Pleated Toile
Skirts, worth $7.50 $4.95
58-inch best quality Renfrew ' Damask, 50c quality. .39c
60-inch All Linen Half Bleached Damask, our GOc value.
70-inch All Linen Half Bleached Damask, 75c value.. 59c
72-inch All Linen Bleached Damask, Satin finish, $1.25
Special discount on all other Table Linens and Napkins.
Only 10 left red, brown and green; to close out. at
Any Black or Brown Silk Coat, worth $9.00; clearing
price ...... ; $5.95
Any Black, Blue or Brown Silk Coat worth' $9.50 and
$10.00, .for $0.95
For Ladles' Muslin
Night Gowns, cheap
For any of our Fancy
Ribbon, worth to 50c.
1 9c Pair
For a lot of Lisln
Glovett assorted col
ors, worth to 40c.
On Net Summer Cor
sets and broken lots
I 5c Each
For choice of a lot In
Ladies' Neck Wear,
worth to 50c.
For choice of Ladies'
Hand Bags, worth $1,
SHQ E DEPARTMENT
The Shoe Department offers this week a special discount
on our entire lines of Wen's, Women's and Children's
Shoes and Oxfords.
fmmg BTS4fa I011 a11 Canvas Shoes and
"sr MMMMM JMM 0xfords; 20 to 25 per Cent
discount on all broken lots of Shoes and Oxfords.
OnO-Fifth Off on Linings, Silks, Ladies' Und-
erwear, Gloves; Belts, Hand
Bags, Ribbons Veilings, Baby Hoods, Sun Bonnets, Rugs;
On Ginghams, Percales Shirtings,' Muslins, Sheetings,
Sateens, Towels and Bed Spreads.
3,7-921 0, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
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