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About The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-???? | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1908)
IIOIV MUGH FOR QUALITY?
When buying clothing in which yon wish to
look well dses?eil in. month after month, is
is not qnalitv the main feature to be consider
ed? "Common" clothing is expensive at any
price. It lacks character. This is only ob
tained in makes known not only to the
merchant but his customer as well. This
clothing is not simply made it is built for
service and when it bears the union label
you have the further assurance that it is made
iy union tailors, under union conditions and
for union men.
At moderate prices we have a line of
clothing that will fill every requirement of the
Rflase & EDeemraeir
Clothiers to Men
DEMAND The UNION LABEL
Listen to Able Address on "Law En
forcement by Mr. Williams.
T. F. A. Williams, assistant city
attorney, addressed the union car
enters of Lincoln last Tuesday even
ing. Mr. Williams took for bis sub-
i net "Law Enforcement, and made
sua address that was listened to with
deep interest It is to be regretted
that the members did no turn out
n greater force.
The carpenters turned out the
largest number to hear Miss Haley's
address last week. There were five
carpenters present, and that is just
about 3 per cent of the total mem
bership of the local. And that is 1
per cent more than the printers
turned out and 3 per cent more tuan
about half the unions.
Carpenters in Xew South Wales.
Australia, are paid 3u cents an hour.
The desire of the house car-
renters and Joiners affiliated with the
Carpenters' District Council of
Greater Boston, for an increase in
wages to fifty cents an hour will not
V- realised this year.
Some of the branches of the Amal-
tssmated Society of Carpenters and
Joiners in England are advocating
amalgamation with the Associated
Shipwrights. chief!? those in the ship
In the past 25 years Ji.W, vas
spent by the local unions of carpen
ters for benefits, and the sum of
$T47.73JS was appropriated by the
general office for strike and lockout
purposes. This is fairy $t.S1.4&5
expended for benevolent and carita-
"Tfco Uay to Ed iho
East Fcr Ycur Ecsoy
Taeona or SooBlo
Ask your nearest ticket asant, or
Oberlies. Of course you know him.
He's tae man who sells good lumber
goods the not a knot kind. He's
asking union men for their trade, and
a&king it through the columns of
The Wageworker. This is one of the
reasons why he ought to get it. Other
reasons are, good lumber goods the
not a knot kind at prices that will
tickle your mind and satisfy your
purse. Think of lumber, think of
Oberlies," Read his ad. and buy his
Ttz Lincoln Vfcnzr &-Palnt Co.
A Strictly ira gr
Modern Decorators, Wall
Pcpcr, Moldings, Etc go?,1
AsS. Itest 1575
June 1, Columbus, Ohio, Qainmak-
crs rvauonal union of the tuned
States of America.
June I, St. Louis. Mo, international
Association of Marble Worker.v
June S, International Ceramic
Mosaic and Eencaustic Tile Layers
and Helpers Union.
June S, Cincinnati. Ohio, Interna
tional Brotherhood of Bookbinders.
June S, International Brother
hood of Tip Printers.
June 8. Milwaukee, Wis-. The Com
mercial Telegraphers Union of
April t. Toronto, Canada, Interna
tronal Association of Fur Workers of
the United States and Canada.
May 3, Brockton. Mass, Interna
tional Union of Cutting Die and Cutter
May 5, Youngstown, Ohio, Amalga-
July 4, Amalgamated Leather
Workers Union of America.
July , Atlantic City, N. J. National
Brotherhood of Opera tire "Longshore
July S, Buffalo, X. T International
Jewelry Workers Union.
Jury S, Cincinnati. Ohio, Brush-
ttakers International Uinon.
Jury 7, Baltimore, Sd. Glass Bottle
Blowers Association of the United
States and. Canada.
Jury 13, Toronto, Canada, Interac
tional Piano and Organ Workers.
"ion of America.
July 13. Indianapolis, Ind.. Litho
graphers International Protective As
July IS, Minneapolis, Minn, Theat
rical Stage Employes International
July IS, Kolyoke, Mass, American
Wire Weavers ProtectiTe Association
July rO, Xew Tork City, Interna
tional Steel and Copper Plate Printers
August 3, Buffalo. X- Y, Xational
Association of Heat, Frost, General In
sulators and Asbestos Workers.
August 4, Detroit. Mich, Interna
tional Glove Workers Union
August 10, Detroit, Mich, Interna
tional Brotherhood of Stationary Fire-
Tt WADE IN LINCOLN
IYIade by friends
EFT IN LINCOLN
( No better flour sold on the TJncoIn market.
Every sack warranted. We want the trade of
Union men and women, and we aim to deserve it.
11 your grocer does not handle Liberty Flour, 'phone
us and we will attend to it Ask your neighbor
how she likes Liberty Flour. We rely on the
recommendation of those who use it.
BARBER & FOSTER
UNION PRINT SHOPS.
Printeries That Arc Entitled to
the Allied Trades Labe.
Following is a list of the printing
offices in Lincoln that are entitled
to the use of the Allied Printing
Trades label, together with the num
ber of the label used by each shop:
Jacob North & Co, Xo. L
C S. Simmons, Xo. 2.
Freie Presse, Xo. 3.
Woodruff-Collins. Xo. 4.
Graves & Mulligan, Xo. S.
Sure Printing Co, Xo. 6.
Star Publishing Co, Xo. ?.
Western Xewspaper "Union. Xo. 8.
Wood Printing Co, Xo. S
George Bros, Xo. 11
McVey Printing Co, Xo. 13.
Union Advertising Co, Xo. 14.
Ford Printing Co, Xo. IS.
Gillespie & Phillips. Xo. IS.
YanTine & Young. Xo, 24-
The shop baring label Xo. 15 Is r
quested to report the fact to the sec
retary of the Allied Printing Trades
A SCIT er OwEECCAT Uziz to Cic:r Fcr
From Shocps Back to Your Beck
ISSUED OY AUTHOniTY OF
UNION BARBER SHOPS.
Information ac to Where You Can Get
Your Work. Don Fairly.
Following is a list of the union bar
her shops of 1-incoIn, the name and
location being given:
Gus Petro. 1010 O street.
W. A. Jackson. 1001 O street.
W. E. Myers. Capital HoteL
C A. Green. 120 Xorth Eleventh.
Geo. Shaffer. Lincoln Hotel.
J. B. Rjuner, 1501 O Street.
E. A. Snyder. 1I0 O Street.
A. L. Stem, lis South Thirteenth.
A. L. Kemmerer. LindeU Hotel.
Chapman. & Ryan. 127 Xorth
H. A. Larabee, 922 P Street.
Knight and Parmenter. 122 Soul
H. C Leopold. Fraternity Building.
Frank M alone, HaTelock.
E. A. Wood. HaTelock.
C B. Ellis, Havelock.
CONVENTIONS IN 1908.
Where and When Trades Union Gath
erings Will Be Held.
May , Detroit, Mich, Interna..
Tin Plate' Workers ProtectiTe Assoc!'
tion of America.
May . Tork. Pa National Print
Cutters Association of America.
June 1. St. Paul, Minn, Brother
hood of Boilermakers and Iron Ship
builders of America.
June 1. Detroit Mich, International
Association of Steam, and Hot Water
Frtters and Helpers of America.
June , Washington, D. C, Inter
national Union of Journeymen Hoi so
June, Mobile. 'Ala, International
Printing Pressmens Union.
August , Detroit, Mich, Interna
tional Brotherhood of Teamsters.
August 10, Boston, Mass, Interna
tional Typographical Union.
August 10, Boston, Mass, Interna
tional Stereotypers and Electro type rs
August 11. Indianapolis, Ind, Shirt
Waist and Laundry Workers Interna
August 24. Milwaukee, Wis, United
orment Workers of Ameaica.
September X. , Table Knife I
Grinders Xational Union.
September 2. Milwaukee. Wis,
American Brotherhood of Cement
September 7, Denver, Colo, Inter
national Association of Machinists.
September S, Xew Tork Oty, Inter
national Photo Engravers" Union cf
September 10, Boston. Mass, Spin
ners' International Union.
September 14, Montreal, CanaJa.
Journeymen Stonecutters Association
of Xorth America.
September 14, Philadelphia, Pa, In
ternational Union of Steam Engineers.
September 14, Philadelphia. Pa, In
ternational Brick. Tile and Terra Gotta
September 15, Salt Lake City, Utah.
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and
Joiners of America.
September 17. New Tork City. Pock
et Knife Blade Grinders and Finish
era Xational Union.
September 21, Indianapolis. InL,
United Association of Phimbers. Gas-.
filters. Steamfitters and Steamfitters'
Helpers of United States and Canada
September 21. Indianapolis, Ind
International Association of Bridge
and Structural Iron Workers.
October 5. Washington, IX C, Bak
ery and Confectionery Workers In
ternational Union. 1
October 5. St. Louis, Mo, Interna
tional Union of Wood, Wire and Metal
October 20. Cocoes. X. T, United
Textile Workers of America.
Xovember 9. Denver, Colo, Ameri
can Federation of Labor.
Xovember 10, Bangor. Pa, Interna
tional Union of Slate Workers.
Xovember 12. Vinalhaven, Me, Lob
ster Fisherfmen's International Protec
December 7, New Orleans, La, In
ternational Brotherhood of Mainten-
December 7, Brooklyn. N. T, Na
tional Alliance of Bill Posters and
Rillers of America.
There IS a Dress Shirt Made With
The Union Label
It sells for a. Dollar and bears the Label of the UNITED
GARMENT WORKERS OF AMERICA
Insist on Getting THE MODEL
and if tout dealer will not set it for you. we win send shirts.
charges prepaid, to any address in the United States orCanarU fort!
We make laundered negligee shirts with cuffs attached or drrnrhrd
also coat shirts. Pleated bosoms in all patterns and styles, iiyuti wmas
. THE MODEL Royal Blue Shirts
are indigo dyed, fast colors and so warranted-
MODEL SHIRT CO
- New Yurie OfBc,3S0
KiSsn 3:tt f. B.
Eitsz 7:45 & S3
Usoli's h'ar PUjtsst. Pricts Eilcc 1 Irzx Fter 72s
Sfc::s C::ri:z Ttis Stzp
are made by Union Labor and
Fair Employers agreeing to arbi
trate all differences.
Believers in Industrial Peace
and Fair Treatment of labor,
should ask their shoe dealer for
shoes bearing this stamp.
The product of Fair Employers and Fair Labor merits
the patronage of all fair rntrKied persons.
Ask your dealer for Union Stamp shoes, and if he can
not supply you, write
BOOT AND SHOE WORKERS' UNION
246 Summer St., BOSTON; MASS.
A Kansas Woman Missing.
The Harvey county authorities are
searching for Mrs. William Call of
Florence, Ka&. who went to Newton
three weeks ago to do some shopping.
She was there for two or three days
and then disappeared. Since that time
her relatives hare not seen or heard of
her. Mrs. Call's husband is a farmer
near Florence and she has three chil
The Dr. Benj. F. Dally Sanatorium
T Fr non-ctn tagious chronic diseases. Largest,
best equipped, most beartifnlly fnrnishecL
Your Cigars Shsuld Caar This Labe!..
It is insurance against sweat shop and
tenement goods, and against disease. ...
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