The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-????, November 30, 1906, Image 1

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The Union Labor Fair, given under the auspices
of the Lincoln Central Labor Union and Affiliated
Unions will begin Monday evening, Dec. 3, at the
Auditorium, and continue every evening during the
week. In addition to the large display of unionmade goods to be
made by enterprising merchants, there will be attractions of various
kinds for the entertainment of the people. Following is the program
for the opening of the Fair, Monday evening, December 3, beginning
promptly at 8:00 o'clock :
Address of Uelcome, Hon. Uilliam J. Bryan
Address by don. Frank U. Broun, Mayor of Lincoln
Address by Ellon. John : icliey, Sou. of Nebraska
Music by Union Orchestra.
Dedication of Union Piano that will be
disposed of during the Fair Dr. J. M.
Kimbro, the Magician.
Dancing during the remainder of the
evening, to music furnished by the Union
During the progress of the Fair a Piano, made by members of the Piano, Organ and Instru
ment Workers' Union, and bearing the label of that craft, will be disposed of according to plans that
will be explained at the opening of the Fair.
A handsome set of Chinaware will be voted to the most popular wife of a Union Man, This
set is now on exhibition in the show windows of The A. D. Ben way Co.
A magnificient Gold Watch, standard, will be voted to the most popular railroad man who is
a member of the Brotherhood. This watch is now on exhibition in the show window of Fleming
A ton of Anthracite Coal will be voted to the homeliest Union Man. The successful competi
tor may order it of any dealer he sees fit, provided only, that it shall be delivered by a Union Teamster.
Other contests will be inaugerated during the progress of the Fair.
The check room will be in charge of the Building Laborers' Union, and articles left will be
carefully guarded.
The Woman's Union Label League will serve ice cream and cake every evening during
the Fair.
Capital Auxiliary No. 11 to Typographical Union No. 209, will serve oysters and coffee every
evening during the Fair.
Something new will be offered on the stage every evening during the Fair. A great feature
some time during the week will be the Baby Show, entries confined to babies born of Union parents.
A prize for boy babies under two years of age, and a prize for girl babies under two years of age. Full
particulars on the first night of the Fair.
In the show window of the Lincoln Gas and Electric Light Co. is exhibited a modern, high
oven Gas Range. This magnificent range is one of the prizes offered at the Fair. Full particulars
on the opening night. This should attract every union man's wife.
Remember, the evening's exercises will open promptly at 8 o'clock. Do not miss it. 1