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About The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-???? | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1907)
WM. ROBERTSON, JR.
A N D CARPETS
Cash or Credit
1450 O STREET
UMtt't Qreatasl TtUars
0 0IE--H LESI
MS So. 13th St.
Use the Best
It is made in Lincoln and every sack
is warranted to give satisfaction.
BARBER & FOSTER
After a Loss you need the money. Cyclones, Tornadoes and g
Wind storms are about due May and June being the worst g
months in the whole year.
"Now is the time to
Protect Your Home
With a Poiicy in The
Western fire Insurance Co
201 So. ELEVENTH ST.
PHONE: Bell 1183 PHONE: Auto 2903
Phone us or call at the office.
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA
It sets the mind at ease and defies the storms and flames
This is a purely Nebraska Company.
Prompt settlement of losses. Cash paym't without discount.
Mvsic in the Home !
S more important to the man who toils than to the
man of leisure. "Music loosens the ser
pent which care has bound upon the heart to
stifle it," says Shelly. Home should be to every
man the most delightful spot on earth. A piano helps
to maite it so.
It is very easy to pay for a piano if you
buy from us. All you need to do is to save
every day the price of three five-cent cigars.
That is not a great self denial. Just a little self
sacrifice makes the whole family happier; lays
the foundations for musical culture for the
children. Come in and talk it over with us.
List of Those Who Employ Union Car
penters On All Work.
Bulletin No. 3, Carpenters' Union,
Local 1055, Lincoln, Nebraska. Phones
Auto 3S24; Bell F1154, 130 South
The following ' employers and con
tractors have been declared fair by
Carpenters' Union, Local 1055, and we
request all parties contemplating
building or repairs of any kind per
taining to our trade to please take no
tice and consider the following reput
able contractors and builders before
letting your work.
Atterbury, H. B., 1901 S St.,
Baker, S. W., Auto 2040, 1836 South
Chappell, H. E., Bell L-1635, 114
So. 13th, room 26.
Campbell, A., 295Q Holdrege St.
Copeland, S. R., Auto 3590, 110 No.
Drybbro, L., Auto 3861, 432 So. 10th
Dobbs, H., Auto 3935, 329 South 27th
Harrison, T. B., Bell F-351, Brownell
Blk, room 12. i
Hammond & Burford, Auto 4997,
3135 Dudley St.
Hutton, Alex, Auto 2565, 1436 N St.
Jewell, J. W., Auto 3458, 2509 Q St.
Jensen, L., Auto 3458, 2509 N St.
Kiewit, A., Bell A-1601, 1620 N St.
Lindell, C. A., Auto 6378, 2739 Sum
McDougal, G. J.
Meyers, A. L., Auto 4260, 223 No
Mitchner, E., Auto 6345, 928 South
12th St. ;?
Mellor, Chas., Auto 2009, 2149 So
Odell, P Auto 3094, 1335 No. 24th
Myers, J., Auto 3065 701 Pine St.
Ryman, C. W., Auto 3903, 1112 Pine
Rush, D. A, Bell B-1792, Normal.
Schaull & Asenmacher. .
Townsend, T: K., Auto 1505, 1328
South 15th St. v.
Vanderveer, O. W., 154 S. 18. Bell
Webb, S. A., 2743 W., Auto 4226.
Watson, Joe, Auto 3189, 405 So. 26th
St. . ' , '
Lincoln Sash .& Door Co., for mill
work 2nd Y; Autoej.'"
Parks, A. N., 1545 O. ' V
Pettit & Co., cabinet makers, 1530
N, Auto 2582.
Quick & Barr, Belmont, 3603 No. 9.
Bell A-1704. ; " ' i
Williams & Simpson, 2933 Clinton'
This bulletin is issued by authority
of Carpenters' Uunlqn.and is subject
to revision at their orders. Firms and
contractors can have names inserted
by applying to Carpenters' Business
Agent, at 130 No. 10th street, or by
phone Auto 3601, Bell F-2289.
' 1 .
Wrights Joiners and Caulkers.
October 15 Rochester, N. Y.; Inter
national Car Workers' Association.
October 15 Providence, R. I.; Unit
ed Textile Workers. , .
November 11 Norfolk, Va..; Ameri
can Federation of Labor.
December 2 Chicago; Bill Posters
Decemb,er 2 Chicago; Seamen's
LABOR'S NATIONAL PLATFORM.
Schmollcr & Mueller Piano Co.
135 South 11th Street.
Dates of Meeting of International
Union Conventions for 1907.
June 17 New York City; Printing
Pressmen and Assistants.
June 28 Chicago; Pavers and Ram-
July 1 Detroit, Mich:; Brushmak-
July 8 Toronto, Cana.; Glass Bottle
July, 8 Detroit, Mich.; Longshore
men, Marine and Transport Workers.
July 8 East Liverpool, Ohio; Oper
ative Potters. " i
July 9 Detroit, Mich.; Amalgamat
ed Window Glass Workers.
July 9 Norfolk, Va.; Theatrical
-iy 15 Chicago; Steel and Copper
July 16 St. Joseph, Mo.; Retail
July 20 Brooklyn, N. Y.; Wire
Ausrust 5 Boston: Brotherhood of
August ' -Rockford, 111.; Glove
August 12 Philadelphia; , Stereo-
typers and Electrotypers.
August 12 Hot Spring, ArK.; Typo
August 13 St. Louis; Shirt Waist
and Laundry Workers.
August 21 Cincinnati, Ohio; Metal
September 2 St. Louis; Machinists.
September 2 Indianapolis; Postof
September 3 Chicago; Sawsmiths. "
September 3 Eureka, Cal.; Woods
men and Saw Mill Workers.
September 9 Indiapanolis; Brick,
Tile and Terra Cotta Workers.
September 12 Boston; Cotton Mule
September 16 New Orleans; Bridge
and Structural Iron Workers.
September 16 New York City;
September 27 Waldon, N. Y.; Pock
et Knife Grinders and Finishers.
October 6 Milwaukee; Blacksmiths
October 7 Chicago, Photo-Engravers'
October 7 Bay City, Mich.; Ship-
1. The abolition of all forms of in
voluntary servitude except as a pun
ishment for crime.
2. Free schools, free text books and
3. Unreientng protest against the
issuance and abuse of injunction pro
cess in labor disputes.
4.. A work day of not more than
eight hours in the twenty-four hour
5. . A strict recognition of not over
eight hours a day on all federal, state
or municipal work and at not less than
the prevailing per diem wage rate of
the class of employment in the vici
nity where the work is performed.
6. Release from employment one
day in seven.
7. The abolition of the contract sys
tem on public work.
8. The municipal ownership of pub
9. The abolition of the sweat shop
10. Sanitary inspection of factory,
workshop, mine and home.
11. Liability of employers for In
jury to body or loss of life.
12. The nationalization of telegraph
13. The passage of anti-child labor
laws in states where they do not exist
and rigid defense of them where they
have been enacted into law.
14. Woman suffrage co-equal with
man suffrage, the initiatve and refer
endum and the imperative mandate
and right of recallf
15. Suitable and plentiful play
grounds for children in all cities.
16. Continued agitation for the pub
lic bath system in all cities.
17. Qualifications in permits to build
of all cities and towns, that there shall
be bathroom and 'bathroom . attach
ments in all houses or compartments.
used for habitation.
New York Typographical Union, No,
6, states that the following patterns
Pictorial Review. ' .;. '
""Union Dime.'' ' - 1 " .
' Paris Modes.
Home Pattern Company. ,
All the Butterick patterns and pub
lications are . way up on the list of
scabs, and should not be allowed In
any workingman's home, especially if
he is a union man. ' '
! , : : : ;
Tiiou sbalt join a union of thy craft,
and have no other unions before it.
, . ; ii.
The meetings thereof shalt thou at
tend and pay thy tithes with regular
ity. Thou shalt not attribute unholy
purposes to thy brother In union. ' Be
ware of the fact that, though thou be
honest, "there are others."
"Thou shalt not take thy neighbor's
Thou shalt not labor more than
eight hours for one day's work, nor
on the Sabbath nor on any of the holy
days (holidays). '
' V. A
Thou shalt not hire out thy oft-
spring of tender years. "Poverty and
Instruction to his children."
VI. , -.. ... ..
Clothe not the wife of thy bosom in
mean apparel, lest it be a testimony
VII. .. i ' '
, Thou shalt not live in a hovel, nor
feed on the husk that the swine doth
eat. Take thou not alms from the
unrighteous, lest It bemean thee.
, VIII. i V
Honor' the female sex, for on this
rock rests the welfare of man.
' ix. .
Waste not thy life in the chase after
the etheral, lest the substance be
filched from thee. The Lord helps
those who help themselves. , Thou
helpest thyself best by helping thy
brother workers in the union of labor.
Thy brother's welfare is thy con
cern; therefore shalt thou have a care
for him and his. Associate thyself with
thy. brother worker, that thy pay may
be heightened, thy hours of labor
shortened and the days of thy life
and the lives of all may be lengthened
and brightened. Iowa Unionist.
Negro Weds Filipino.
Bedford Hunter, colored, a former
Junction City boy, now a teacher in
the Philippines, was married recently
to Senorita Pas Montilla, the daughter
of a wealthy Filipino at Iging.
ifi EMULATING VALVE
f IF t :
The water heater is a
most important thing at
any season of the year.
You can use our Gas .Wa
ter Heater independently,
and have hot water in
stantaneously, or you can
attach it to a tank and
heat a supply sufficient
for a week's washing.
You can heat J
8 Gallons for 1 Cent
which means a bath ' for
about 4 cents. Besides,
you don't have to wait
for the water to get , hot-
It is on Deck in Thirty Seconds.
If you have not a Gas
Range you need one for
the hot days. The kitch- -en
is almost the living i
room to many a house
wife, and if she can elim
inate two hours of time,
the labor of carrying coal,
building fires, carrying
ashes and cleaning up the
litter, it goes far to
make life worth living.
TRY IT. ,
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! Call Day or Evening, Phone Bell 75
or Auto 2575
Lincoln Gas and Electric
Buy Union Stamp Shoes
The Best Made
Bay shoes made wltb the Union Stamp. A soar
ntwn of good wage conditions and mil traatad
shoe workers. No higher la ooat than shoes with-
r oat tbe Union stamp, ' . ...
INSIST upon bavins Union Stamp shoes. If your dealer cannot supply you, Write
40 SUMMER STREET
' BOSTON, MASS.
BOOT AND SHO WORKERS' UNION
Your Cigars Should Bear This Label..
I wuw im uwiwioifaMunwiuippMiit, ixmmmmm uwumu woaio
It is insurance against . sweat shop and
tenement goods, and against disease. ......
The Lincoln Wallpaper &" Paint Co.
A Strictly Union SHp
SJJSSIS Modern Decorators, Wall
Paper, Mookfcngs, Etc.
Aato- riwiK W75
Single-Comb White Leghorns
My hens lay as high, as 800 eggs a year. I have a few fine cockrells
left. They are beauties. . v
EGGS $1, $2 and $3, SETTING OP 15.
Won more first prizes at Nebraska State Poultry Show last February
than all competitors combined. Also at Omaha, winning two sweep
stakes and a loving cup for best display. Eggs are union laid, and sold
by a man who believes in trades unionism.
Phone A 929o. Send forCataloguei
IL H. HALL, 515 W. Greenwood SL, Utahrcrsity Place, Neb.
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