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About The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-???? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1911)
AT BIG DISCOUNTS '
United Garment Workers' Union Label in Every Coat.
Ask to See the Union Label You'll Find It There!
$40 and $35 Overcoats at $23.50. $30 and $25 Coats at $18.50
$22.50 and $20 Overcoats at $14.50.
$ 1 8 and 1 5 Overcoats at $ 1 0.50. 1 2.50 Overcoats at 6.50
SOME SHORT ARM JABS
The Christmas shopper is not caring a continental what the re
lort of any tariff commission may be. The Christmas shopper
is grettinsr valuable information at first hand.
The short session is going to give a lot of very conservative
senators whose terms expire in 1912 an opportunity to give correct
imitations of wikl-eyed insurgents.
It has been discovered that Senator Aldrich is largely interested
in the rubber trust. It did not require any stretch of the imagination
to believe it when first reported.
Durn me if I'm goin ever t give up me seat in de street cars
t de dame wot flaunts th feathers of a mother bird in me face.
A Good Coal that is Cheap;
A Cheap Coal that is Good
Lump or Nut per ton $5.50
Geo. W. Voss Co.
1528 0 St
L Factory MO.
Named Shoes are Often Made
in Non-Union Factories.
Do Not Buy Any Shoe
no matter what the name unless
it bears a plain and readable
impression of this Union Stamp.
All Shoes Without the Union Stamp are Non-Union
Do not accept any excuse for absence of the UNION STAMP
Boot and Shoe Workers Union
246 Sumner St, Boston, Mass.
JOHN F. TOBIN, Pre. CHAS. L. BAINE. Sec-T.
is the Best Federation Insurance in
America and Demands the Union Label on all goods.
Wage earners investigate this order- it is First Class.
C E. Campbell, state manager.
Auto 6180 134 so. 18th St.
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