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W. D. HATCH,
Successor to Cameron & Hatch.
BUTTER and EGGS
EAST FOURTH ST.
THE ST. JAMES.
213-215 W. Superior St.
6 THE LABOR WORLD.
Rooms Single or Suites
Special Rates to Steady Guests.
Costello fl&rcbAr&re (p.
Successors to J. J. Costello & Co.
Shelf & Heavy Hardware. Mill, Mining & Lumbermen's Supplies.
Wholesale and Retail
20-22 East Superior St., DULUTH, MINN.
Duluth and Superior Scandinavian
Meets alternately in Superior and Du
luth on the first Sunday in each month.
Secretar3r, E. A. Bergh,
P. O. Box 45, Superior, Wis.
Duluth Typoagrphical Union No. 136.
Meets on the first Sunday of each month
dt K. of P. Hall.
Secretary, G. C. Findley,
29 Twenty-fifth Ave. W., Duluth.
Duluth-Superior Pressmen's Union.
Meets on the second Monday of each
Secretary, Oliver Quick,
Care of Evening Herald, Duluth.
Electrical Workers' Union No. 25.
Meets on the second and fourth Wednes
days of each month at Banning Blk.
Secretary, Frank A. Schulte,
18 Norris Block, Duluth.
Journeymen Tailors of America.
LOCAL UNION 97.
Meets 011 the first and third Tuesda}Ts
of each month.
Secretary, Andrew Nelson,
23 West Fourth St., Duluth.
Woodworkers' Union No. 18.
Meets on the second and fourth Fridays
of each month at 1918 W.
Secretary, Joseph W. Allen,
1822 W. Second St., Duluth.
Lathers' Protective Union No. 5052.
Meets on the first and third Fridays in
each month at Electrical Workers' Hall.
Secretary, A. J. Meldahl,
417 WEST SUPERIOR STREET,
Style, Wear, Fit and Comfort
all combined in our Shoes.
THEY WEAR LIKE IRON.
Phillips & Co.,
218 West Superior St., Duluth,
I E N O
LAWLOR & BROWN, Props.