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About The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-???? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1906)
Cravanettes and Overcoats
8 i ii fc
I 10th and P
tention to our line of Top Coats,
Cravanettes and Overcoats.
We will sell an All-Wool Crav
anette Coat at $7-50. easily
Better ones at $10 and $ 1 2.5O.
worth $13.50 to $16.50.
Overcoats at $5, $7, $8.50,
$10, $12.50, $15 and $16-50,
which are values that CAN
NOT BE DUPLICATED in the
This is the place where the
dollar of the wage earner does
Streets, Lincoln, Neb.
for the Mammoth
Save all Your Small Change
for a winter's supply
BULLY FOR KING ED.
England's King Insists On Having
Uricn Men's Work.
K:it!sar a sensational story is pub
JisheJ concerning "the foremost dip
lomat oi' Europe," Edward VII of
KngUul. V.lier he was Prince of
Wales, it is said, he took no p::ins to
conceal his sympathy with the cause
of trade unionism, and now that he
Is kintf "he will permit no work to he
done which is fo he paid for out of
the rayal purse which has not re
colverf the sanction of organized labor.
lit other words, King Edward, by
preference or necessity, is a trade
unionist, not only passively, but act
ively, for he hifs informed the lord
cbauil'.erliiin that if any case were
hroiiirh! to hi.s notice of a firm, al
ready employe! by the royal house
hol.l, declining to recognize trade
unions and 10" pay union rales to Hs
men, he would at once take steps to
ivi.cind Ihe contract.
When Kins Edward was heir to
the throne, it is said that often when
it was thought he was Riving up his
1ii::o to the pursuit of pleasure, he
was actually engaged in the study at
Prst hand of the problems of the
ljoor and that in the course of these
Investigations he acquired the con-vhti-jn
that the principle of trade
unionism was oiie which would rc
' donnd to tho weK-neiiig of the work
Ingnia. U'jkirf. Globe.
WHAT WOMEN ARE DOING.
Where Unions Will Meet to Enact
Their General Legislation.
October 8, Milwaukee, Wis., Coop
ers' International Union.
October 16, Paterson, N. X, -United
Textile Workers of America.
November 5, East Bangor, Pa., In
ternational Union Slate Workers.
November 12, Minneapolis, Minn.,
American Federation of Labor.
December 3, Boston, Mass., Interna
tional Seamen's Union.
December 3, New York City, Nation
al Alliance of Bill Posters and Billers
buff and perforated on all four sides)
sewed on under sweatbaud.
Overalls Label of United Garment
AVorkers (in white) sewed 011 waist
band or in jacket.
Picture Frames and Moldings La
bel of Amalgamated Wood Workers
(in red) stamped on back of frame on
Printing Label of the Typograph
ical Union printed on each job.
Suits Label of United Garment
Workers or Custom Tailors (in white)
sewed in pocket of each garment.
Stoves Label of Iron Molders (in
white) affixed on back of article.
Tobacco Label of Tobacco Work
ers (in blue) on plug or package.
If You Want Building Done, Here Is a
List to Patronize.
The following employers and con
tractors have been declared lair Dy
Carpenters' Union, Local 1055, and we
request all parties contemplating
building or repairs of any kind per
taining to our trade to please take
notice and consider the following rep
utable contractors and builders before
letting your work:
S. W. Baker, 2237 R street.
H. E. Chappell, 1624 O street.
L. Drybbra, Lindell Hotel.
S. U. Copeland, 110 North Twenty
H. Dobhs, 329 South Twenty-seventh
T! P. Harrison, Brownell block,
W. B. Hester, 820 North Twenty
Howe & Atterbury, 2025 Vine street.
. Hammond & Bimford, 3136 Dudley
Alex Hutton, 143C N street.
Jewell & Marsh, 2331 South Tenth
street. , 1
A. Kiewit, 1620 N street.
A. L. Myers. 223 North Twenty
Chas. Mellor. 2149 South Fifteenth
F. G. Odell, 1335 North Twenty
J. W. Russell, 1527 North Twenty
C. W. Rynian. 1112 Pine street.
D. A. Rush, Normal.
T. K. Townsend, 1328 South F:f
1 tenth street.
Turner Bros.,1 1401 Rose street.
O. W. Vanderveer, 154 South Eigh
S. A. Webb, 2743 W street.
Lincoln Sash and Door company for
This bulletin is Issued by authority
of Carpenters' Union, and is subject
to revision at their order. Firms and
contractors can have names and place
of business Inserted by applying to
Carpenters' business agent, at 130
South Eleventh street, or by phone,
Auto 3824, Bell L-1154.
A. F. OF L. PLATFORM.
1. Compulsory education.
2. Direct legislation through the in
itiative and referendum.
3. A legal workday of not more than
4. Sanitary inspection of workshop,
mine and heme.
5. Liability of employers for injury
to health, body and life.
C. The abolition of the contract sys
tem, in all .public work.
7. The abolition of the sweatshop
8. The municipal ownership of street
cars, -waterworks, gas and electric
light plants, for the public distribu
tion of light, heat and power.
9. The nationalization of telegraph,
telephone, railroads and mines.
10. The abolition of the monopoly
system of land holding, and substitut
ing therefor a title of occupancy and
11. Repeal of all conspiracy and
penal laws affecting seamen and other
workmen incorporated in the .federal
laws of the United States.
12. The abolition of the monopoly
privilege of issuing money and substi
tuting therefor a system of direct is
suance to and by the people.
LOOK FOR THESE LABELS.
Crowding Men Back Into Formerly
Purely Feminine Pursuits.
There are 2,iX6 women saloon-keepers
and 4 Hi women bartenders in the
Unite:! State?, writes Walter Hope in
the Technical World Magazine for Oc
tober. Hut he adds that there are also
3,405 v omen 1 lerjsyi.ien, which, of
course, uioio than outbalances the
"bar'teepeis." The author tells us' that
if a man wanted to build a house he
could have all the work done by wom
en. Women architects,' contractors,
masons, plasterers, painters, glaziers,
carpenici s, plumbers, paperhangers,
slaters and roofers, complete the list
ot artisans necessary to house-building,
with the significant fact that there arc
no women dirch diggers. But most
wondeiiul ail--the only occupation;,
in which woiuen are going backward
as compared with men, are sewing,
tailorhi' and dressmaking.
This Will Tell You Where You Can
Hoots and Shoes Label of Boot and
Shoe Workers stamped on insole.
Bread. Pies, Pastries, etc. Label of
Journeymen Bakers and Confectioners
affixed to article. '
Brooms Isabel of Broom Makers
under tlie wire- on handle.
Cigars Label of Cigarmakers (in
blue) on box.
Cloaks Ladies' Garments Label of
Ladies' Garment Workers (in pink,
white on washable goods) sewed on
Cloth ' Hats and Caps Label of
Cloth Cap and Hat Makers (in black
and white) affixed to article.
Gloves, Gauntlets, etc. Label of
Glovemakers (in purple) stamped in
side of article.
Hats Label of United Hatters -(in
Watch This Bulletin for Special Rates
'Cheap one-way to Pacific Coast:
Daily one-way rates, to San Fran
cisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle,
Tacorna and other Coast Territory,
nearly one-half rates; also cheap
one-way rates to Montana, Wyoming,
Big Horn Basin, Utah and Western
Colorado, daily until Oct. 31.
Round Trip to the Coast: Daily Tour
ist rates in effect all winter to Pa
cific Coast destinations with variable
penver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo:
Half rates plus $2.00 round trip,
October 13th to 16th, inclusive, limit
To the East and South: Very low
honieseefcers' and Winter Tourist ex
cursions through the Autumn and
Winter to various destinations
. throughout the south.
Visit the Old Home: Low excursion
rates to the old home points in Illi
nois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Missouri and
other middle , states destinations,
Oct. 9th and 23rd, Nov. 13th and
27th, limit thirty days.
Homeseekers' Excursions: Frequent
ly each month to Western Nebraska,
Eastern Colorado, ISig Horn Basin,
dry land farming destinations or ir
Free Kinkaid Lands: Write D. Clem
Deaver, Agent Burlington's Home
seekers' Information Bureau at 1004
Farnam St., Omaha, about getting
hold of a free section of Kinkaid
lands now being restored to the pub
Consult nearest Burlington Ticket
Agent and see what rates he has
available for your proposed trip.
L. W. WAKELEY,
G. P. A., Omaha.
Sold Exclusively in Lincoln
I 'issSS&gk-fa. LJtvonj- Greatest- JGKjCS " 1
I , jl PtefAiny Store, 1
Best Values For
The Best Money
Cash or easy terms are found at the
"Ch WagC'Garner's Turniture Supply Souse
Oi South eleventh Street. Hiucoln, Tlebrask
THE HEW LYRIC
PROGRAM CHANGED WEEKLY
THE BEST ATTRACTIONS OBTAINABLE
MATINEE AT 3:00 EVENINO AT 7:30 AND 9 O'CLOCK ADMISSION 10 AND 15 CTS
Excursions via ne Burlington.
Kansas City and return, $7.70.
Tickets h sale Oct. 14 to 20. Return
limit Oct. 22.
Mexico Cily and return, $52.20.
Tickets on sale Nov. 22 to 28; limit
Ask for information Cor. 13th & O
Sts. G. W. ItONXELL. C. P. A.
The A. D. Benway Company
Has Prepared to Fight Jack Frost
We have the line of stoves which makes these chilly mornings comfortable.
A NUMBER 13 HEATER FOR $7.50. AN ALL-STEEL RANGE, 6-HOLE, WITH HIGH WARM
ING CLOSET, WELL NICKELED AND WELL BUILT, ONLY S30.
A 12-INCH BASE BURNER FOR $35.
These are values you should not forget. Come in while our line is complete.
Roa'.ioke claims to be
ianized city in Virginia.
the best or-
The A. D. Benway Company,
Successors to the A. M. Davis Co.,
11121114 O St.
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