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About The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-???? | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1909)
HERE'S A Union LTAH
ADE IN LINCOLN
EFT IN LINCOLN
IE BY FRIENDS
( No better flour sold on the Lincoln market.
Every sack warranted. We want the trade of
Union men and women, and we aim to deserve it.
If 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 v on the
recommendation of those who use it.
H. 0. BARBER & SON
1 GREEN GABLES I
The Dr. Benj. F. Baily Sanatorium
i Lincoln, Nebraska
I For noncontagious chroeic diseases. Largest,
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HELP US TO HELP YOU
SUIT TO YOUR ORDER
FIT GUARANTEED AT THE
The Laboringman's Friend
133 SouthyThirteenth Street, Lincoln, Nebraska.
J. H. M. MULLEN, CUTTER AND MGR.
NEBRASKA'S SELECT HARD-WHEAT FLOUR
Wilbur and DeWitt Mills
LITTLE HATCHET FLOUR
RYE FLOUD A SPECIALTY
BoU Tm aoo. cAirto 45g
145 SOUTH 9TH, LINCOLN, NEB.
Your Cigars Should Bur This Label.
UnionHDoad Qz&rs. -- I
It is insurance against sweat shop and
tenement goods, and against disease. ...
GlarEi Doiloy, of E.auclocli
There are several reasons why Mr.
Clark Dailey is entitled to receive the
republican nomination for the position
of county commissioner, and a most
important reason why the , working
people should vote for him. He de
serves the support of the working peo
ple because he is a working man him
self, and a union man also. Mr.
Dailey is a progressive man and is
public spirited to a high degree, and
if nominated and elected will do all
in his power for the advancement of
better roads and bridges in Lancas
ter county. As Mr. Dailey is a union
man it is not necessary to comment
further as to advisability of our mem
bers supporting him, as a vote for him
means a vote for a friend. When you
go to the polls to cast your ballot Aug
ust 17, remember Brother Clark
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WILLIAM C. SEVER IN.
The position of county treasurer is
one of the most important within the
gift of the voters of the county. In
Mr. Wm. c. Severin. the present dep
uty treasurer, we have a gentleman
who. has filled this position in a high
ly creditable manner. He has served
the people faithfully, and is thorough
ly familiar with the work of the of
fice. He has always been willing to
assist the taxpayers in giving them
any information pertaining- to the
office at any time, and has been accom
modating and courteous with all who
have had business with the office. Mr.
Severin has -always been friendly in
his attitude toward the cause of or
ganized labor, and oar friends will
make no mistake in voting to give
him the nomination to this important
office. He has never held public of
fice as have a number of his oppon
ents, and is entitled to your support.
If nominated and elected he will give
the office careful and able attention.
The case against Mrs. Vera De
Xoie, who was arrested by immigra
tion officers, soon after her arrival
from Hong Kong, and held for depor
tation, was dismissed by United
States Judge Hanford. The woman.
who says she is well known as a
New York newspaper correspondent,
proved that she was born and edu
cated in Iowa, and the wife of a Red
Bank, X. X, man.
Leuis Bleriot, a French aviator, suc
ceeded in flying across the English
channel in less than an hour.
Serious floods are re ported. In China
and it is feared a famine will result.
"The Canal in Winter" by E. W.
Redfield. of Center Bridge.- Pennsyl
vania, the only American picture to
receive a medal at the spring opening
of the society of French artists, has
been purchased by the government for
the Luxemburg gallery.
The boiler of the tourist steamer
Guttenberg blew up near Rolandseck.
a resort on the Rhine. One stoker was
killed and five members of the crew
severely hurt. Several of the passen
gers were injured, but none of them
so far as known were Americans.
Delegates from thirty countries
formed the world's prohibition confed
eration at London.
The success of several suffragettes
in obtaining their release from prison
by carrying out a "hunger strike" has
caused all of the suffragettes in Hollo
way Jail to adopt this method of gain
ing their freedom. Miss Elsie Mac
kenzie was discharged from prison in
a critical condition, having gone 151
hours wthout food.
The body of Oscar Wilde the writer
which was' buried at Bandaux in 1900,
was Tuesday tranofei.ed lo Pere La
W. Fish Marsteller. stepson of
Grutus J.,-Clay. the American minister
to Switzerland, is the first American
to be graduated from the Geneva uni
versity. He took a course in French.
The SKIRT STORE
Little Building laiUlltfcSfc
300 Dress Skirts, in the new fall style; Panamas. Voiles. Fancy Mixture
and Serges; regular $7.00 and $3.00 v aloes; . nw
only - r $4.73
150 Skirts; Panamas, Worsted and Grey Mixture; regular $6.00 ad
$7.00 values; while they last m- ft.
$3.50 and., 53.50
Heatherbloom Petticoats, .with embroidery flounces; worth rn
up to $2.00: only ..7"C
Silk Petticoats: Black and Colors; regular $-.00 and $6 Ow t 1m
values; $2.88 and J.l3
Shirt Waists: White Lawn, Black, Tailored White China en
Silk; 48c, 85c and iI.3U
New Fall Suits, in the latest designs: artistically tailored- it fa
. at $10.00 and 51.5U
You can save on theses bargains from 25 to 30 per cent.
be Shirt tore
Little Building 121 North Eleventh Street
I WORKERS UNIOK M
Named Shoes are Often Made
in Non-union Factories.
DO NOT BUY
no matter tcfaat its name un
less it bears a olain and read
able impression of this Union Stamp.
All Shoes toithout the Union Stamp -are
Do not accept ang excuse for the absence of the
UNION STAMP. ;
BOOT-AND SHOE WORKERS' UNION
246 Sumner St., Boston, Mass:
John F. Tobin, Pres. Chas. L. Baine, Sec-Treas. 5
Mr. Inside Man, you have an electric fan.
How about your good wife? Has she an electric
fan? Is she still broiling herself and the steaks
over a red-hot coal range? Why not pause and
consider her comfort and convenience a little bit?
If not both electric fan and gas range
(Set si (Ssis
It will make the kitchen comfortable; it wQ
save hours and health, and make bonce happy.
Cheaper than coal and so clean, convenient and
comfortable. We sell the ranges (cash or pay
ments) and furnish the gas. You furnish the
match. And then the housewife is equipped
with labor-saving machinery. Once used, never
abandoned. Ask 5,000 Lincoln women who
cook with gas.
Lincoln Gas and
Electric Light Co.
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