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About The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-???? | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1907)
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NOW IN PROGRESS
This is a great opportunity indeed and early choosing is earnestly advised. Is it not remarkable to buy
Furniture at a saving of from 30 to 50 per cent? That's just what we offer you on the occasion of this very
special sale. There will be no misrepresentation or exaggerated values. Goods will not be marked up and
then reduced in price. There are no shoddy goods bought expressly for sale purposes. The original price
ticket is on every articlea "sale price" ticket is addedyou see for yourself the difference in price.
The exceptional offerings told of in this advertisement arc fair examples
of hundreds of other money-saving opportunities that await you here
Brass Bed for
Reed Rocker for
Golden Quartered Oak Buffet, Regular Price $37; Sale Price $27.00
Golden Quartered Oak Buffet; Regular Price 38; Sale Price $28.00
Golden Quartered Oak Buffet, Regular Price 833; Sale Price $22-00
Golden Quartered Oak Buffet. Rogular Price $37.50; Sale Price $17.00
Golden Quartered Oak Serving Table, Regular Price $11.50; Sale Price $7.50
Golden Quartered Oak Serving Table, Regular Price $11; Sale Price -$6.75
GoK".en Quartered Oak China Closet, Regular Price $35; Sale Price $24.50
Golden Quartered Oak China Closet, Regular Price $27.50; Sale Price $20.00
Golden Quartered Oak Sideboard, Regular Price $45; Sale Price , $36.50
Birdseye Maple Shaving Stand, Regular Price $18; Sale Price $12.00
Birdseye Maple Dresser, Regular Price $35; Sale Price $26.50
Birdseye Maple Dresser, Regular Price $25; Sale Price $17.50
Weathered Oak Center Table, Regular1 Price $17.50; Sale Price , $8.75
Fine Mahogany Center Table, $14; Sale Price .$7.25
Golden Oak Center Table, $12.50; Sale Price. . . . $6.25
42-inch Dresser, French Plate Mirror, Regular Price $12; Sale Price $8.40
6-foot Pedestal Dining Room Table, Regular Price $21; Sale Price , $15.00
Beautiful Mahogany Parlor Chair, Regular Price $27.50; Sale Price S15.00
Elm Rocker, Boston Leather Upholstering, Regular Price $4; Sale Price $2.35
Elm Rocker, Cobbler Seat, Regular Price $2.75; Sale Price .$1,95
Large Reed Rocker, Regular Price 88.50; Sale Price $5.00
Large Reed Chair, Regular Price $9; Sale Price $4.50
A Full Sized
Braced Arm, Solid
Made Entirely of
Oak, at -
Only 12 doz. in stock.
MANY OF THE PIECES OF FURNITURE
offered in this sale are samples some articles are slightly marred if any article is not
absolutely perfect, WE WILL FRANKLY TELL YOU SO.
SEE CARPET DISPLAY IN EAST WINDOW
Strong price magnets in Carpet and Drapery department as well as in Furniture department. These special offerings are quite out of the ordinary, for instead of offering you stale,
shop-worn patterns we give you the newest and choicest designs in AXMINISTERS, VELVET AND BODY BRUSSELS CARPETS AT A SAVING OF FROfl 25 TO 40 1ER CENT.
ODDS AND ENDS OF FINE CARPETS AT 50 PER CENT OFF
WE WILL RESERVE ANY ARTICLE YOU SELECT, AND HOLD SAME UNTIL YOU WISH IT DELIVERED
"Labor Locals Picked Up in Lincoln
'" " and Elsewhere.
Demand the label.
The union label that's all.
Look for the union label.
If it Is not labeled, refuse it.
Union made shoes are sold by Rog
ers & Perkins. '
"Blue Ribbon" cigars are union
made, Lincoln made and well made.
Sold by all dealers.
The Newspaper Publishers' Associa-
IN AND AROUND YOUR HOME
Cm Iii mM hirmlns tj ragulir
Mtlifictintt. We bavt eery -ctssity.
Chloride of Lime, lb lc
Solution of Chlorides, bottle, . . 50c
Formalhdehyde. per pint 85c
.Snlfnr, per lb 10c
Sulfur and JTermaldehydeCan-
Sulfur Candles , Be
Formaldehyde Fuinigators ... 1 5c
Hydranapthal Pastillis. box.. 25c
Carbolic Crystals, per lb 45c
PHONE YOUR WANTS.
TWELFTH AND O ST.
tion of Detroit, composed of the News,
Journal and Free Press, has entered
into an agreement "with Detroit Typo
graphical Union No. 18 for a period of
five years, which provides for arbi
tration of all misunderstandings.
An increase of 10,000 in the mem
ship of the Western Federation of Mi
ners was shown by the reports pre
sented at the annual conevntion which
met in Denver, June 10th.
Terence V. Powderly, former Gener
al Master Workman of the Knights of
Labor, has been appointed chief of the
Bureau of Information in the Depart
ment of Commerce and Labor at a sal
ary of $3,500 a year.
Two hundred and fifty cigarmakers
are on a strike at Fort Wayne, Ind., for
Hyer's Marine Band of Buffalo and
the city Band of Lockport refused to
tyke part in the annual parade of the
Lockport firemen last week because of
the fact that the 25th Separate Com
pany Band of Tonawanda is a non
Klectrical workers of Los Angeles
want it known that no matter who
aays otherwise, the city is overrun
with men of that, craft and the scale
has dropped from $3.50 to $2.50 per
(jnicago, in, electricians want a
scale of $5 a day, an increase of fifty
cent a day over their present scale.
They do not make any agreements
with employers, but set their own
working rules and have had no trouble
in enforcing them for several years.
. The United States Steel Corporation
has placed orders for about 6,000 steel
cars aggregating in cost $6,500,000.
The Union Railroad of the Carnegie
Steel company awarded a contract of
1,000 steel hopper cars and 500 patent
steel dump cars to the Standard Steel
car company. The Chicago, Lake
Shore & Eastern railroad," another
steel corporation, placed an order for
0,000 steel cars with the American Car
& Foundry Company .
The A. B. C. Elevator company of
New York has signed the new in
creased wage agreement of the Boston
Elevator Constructiors' Union. The
scale calls for an increase of wages to
$3.9) a day immediately, and a fur
ther increase of 10 cents on May 1,
1009. The journeymen scale up to
May 1, of this year, was $3.60 a day.
The helpers also get a corresponding
increase. The agreement is for three
The 900 women and children em
ployed at the Perth Amboy Cigar Fac
tory, who went on a strike three weeks
ago, have returned to work at the old
scale of wages. They were receiving
$2.50 a thousand for making cigars and
wanted $3. The company could not
see its way clear for an increase and
skilled workers at the factory can
make as much as $3.50 a week, of six
ty hours, and with a liberal amount of
overtime, which the concern generous
ly allows, they sometimes make as
much as $4.50 a week.
The Enterprise Foundry of Mus
kegon, Mich., which was struck twen
ty months ago, has signed an agree
ment with the Iron Moulders' Union
for the nine-hour day. The manage
ment acknowledged that it as not a
profitable undertaking to refuse to
raeet just demands of their employes.
Machinists who have been on strike
since May 1st at the Heine Safety Boil-
shops in St. Louis, the company having
conceded the 19 per cent increase
asXed by the men. The strike of ma
chinists throughout St. Louis and vi
cinity will continue, but several shops
have made settlements.
The Globe Machine & Stamping
company of Clevland have conceded
the shorter workday. The former com
pany employ about a hundred work
ers, fifteen of whom are machinists,
and all were placed on the nine-hour
basis. The City Machine Company
employ twenty machinists. . ,
Five thousand freight handlers in
the employ of railroads centering in
Chicago will receive an increase in
wages within the next few days. The
St. Paul road offered its men a 7 per
cent raise, which was accepted at a
meeting of the men. Other roads are
expected to follow its lead.
After being on strike for about six
weeks the plumbers of Milwaukee ac:
cepted an offer of their employers to
resume work Monday under the old
scale of wages, $4 a day, until October
1st, when they will receive $4.50 a day.
Conductors,' baggagemen and train
men have secured an increase in
wages of 10 per cent on the Delaware
& Hudson Railroad.
York; Vice- President, Albert Goettel,
ot St. Louis; Secretary-Treasurer and
journal editor, Stephen C. Hogan, of
New York; Executive Council mem
bers, Samuel Jameson, or Tronto and
William Costello, of Chicago.
GOOD FOR WISCONSIN.
MARBLE WORKERS ELECT.
The International Association of
Marble Workers at their convention at
Boston chose the following officers:
President, Walter V. " Price, of New
Stringent Child Labor Law Passed
With Severe Penalties.
The Wisconsin assembly last Mon
day passed an, anti-child labor bill. It
already passed by the senate, and it
has gone to the governor for his ac
tion. It prohibits the employment of
children under 14 years of age at any
gainful occupation during school
months, and requires those between 14
and 16 years to have a special permit
from a judge or factory inspector to
engage in any such work. No child
under 16 can be permitted to work
over ten hours a day or fifty-five
hours a week; nor can any under that
age be employed at any time in places
where liquor or tobacco is sold or dan
gerous machinery used or In a theater
or to operate an elevator. The penal
ty ranges from a fine of $25 to $100
or imprisonment in jail for not to ex
ceed thirty days, or both fine and imprisonment.
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NOT FOR MONEY.
Love of Work Only Inducement to
Hold This Job.
It was a very hot in June; time 1
to 5 p. m.;, place Rio Grande Valley;
service passenger train. .
About 3 p. nr., I thought I saw the
fireman stagger and asked him whit
was the matter. He said he did not
know, but that he could not see. things
straight. I told him to come on my
side of the engine and sit in the
gangway where he could get some
and I wonld fire awhile. So I fired
engine for about one-half hour, wil a
little heln. hilt we made nnnr tlmpr nn
the porter came over and said: "Boys,
yout seem to be having a pretty hard
time; let me help you out a little."
I can fire." So he began to take off
all the clothes he could spare and went
after that engine in great shape. At
the next stop (thirteen miles) we had
lost about twenty minutes " more, he
did not have a dry thread on him. -.He
began to get his clothes together and I
said, "Why Jim, are you going to git?"
He said, "Yes, sah, I'se got enough.
"Look he'ah, boss, a man dat will fire
one of dese engines for money j'es
for f money he's a fool, cause money
don't pay for dat kind o work." Lo
comotive Firemen's Magazine. , -,.
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A Huntington Piano and $250 Given
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