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OliDEST BANK AT THE
JAY W. ANDERSON, Agent
OF THE LAKES.
To Organized Labor
Please Take Notice That
Zinsmaster-Smith Bread Co.
refused to recognize the Bakers Union
(Butter Nut Bread is Non-Union Made.)
Patronize the following Union Firms:
Scandinavian Bakery, Bop Ton Bakery, Crescent
Bakery, Independent Bakery, Grand Bakery,
Demand Union Made Bakery Goods
Campaign Buttons, Lodge
Jewelry Badges, Novelties
Superior Novelty Works
Union Buttons, Badges and
Pennants, Pocket Books
and Receipt Cases.
Drop us a card and we will
send a representative.
All kinds of Advertising Novelties
P. O. Box 198. Duluth, Minn.
DEPOSIT YOUR SAVINGS IN
EXCHANGE RATIONAL BANK
OF DULUTH, MINN.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS—$2,000,000.00
Three Per Cent Paid On Savings Accounts.
I0TE AGJURST PBOHIBITlll!
In Choosing What Yon Will
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2 SATURDAY—— —THE LABOR WORLD SEPTEMBER 2,1916,
Top Row, reading
Erling Munkeby, Jos. Schrawtz
Arranged by Joint Committee from the Federated Trades Assembly and the Union Labor
LABOR DAY COMMITTEE OF FEDERATED TRADES ASSEMBLY
Mayor of Nibbing
from left to right: Harry cia Peter Schaeffer, A. H. Young. Center row: C. H.
irawtz. Bottom row ®. A.
ALL KINDS. DANCING ATTERNOdN AND EVENING.
SPORTS BEGIN AT 1 P. M. SPEECHES BEGIN AT 2:30
DANCINGi p-nuto. MKlnight.
No person will be permitted to win more than one prize.
ALL CONTESTS AND AMUSEMENTS AT FAIRMOUNT PARK.
Take Grand Avenue Car to Seventy-first Avenue West, Park Three Blocks North
Fat Men's Race—Over 20O Li)s75-Yard Bash.
First Prizee—Pair Union Made Shoes, value $3.50—^Columbia Clothing Co.
Second Prize—-One Safety Razor—E. M. Tread.wav, 106 West Superior street.
SIXTH CONTEST. 5
Committeemen's Race—100 Yard Dash™
First Prize—Universal Safety Razor—Grand Union Tea Co.
Second Prize—One Piece Majestic Bacon-~Wilson Packing Co. 118 West Michigan St
Fat Ladies'Race—^50-Yard Dash.
First Prize—Book, Life of. Governor Johnson, donated by The Labor World.
Second Prize—-100 Visiting Cards—Huntley Printing Co.
Girls' Potato Race—Under 16 Years.
First Prize—One Dozen Tins Assorted Wafers—Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co.
Second Prize—Two tickets Lyman Howe's Pictures—Lyceum Theater Go.
Bean Bag Throwing.
First Prizee—One Stockinet Ham—Armour Packing Co.
Second Prize—One Star Stockinet Bacon—Armour Packing Co.
Single Men's Race—100-Yard Dash—For Union Men Only.
First Prize-^-One Box El Rigo Cigars—Shartel Cigar Co.
Second Prizes-Life of Goverhor J. A. Johnson—The Labor World.
Single Ladies' Race—Over 16 Years—75-Yard Dash.
First Prize—200 Visiting or Calling Car ds—Lane-Golcz Printing'Co.
Second Prize—100 Visiting Cards—Huntley Printing Co.
Old Men's Race—Over 50 Years ofAge—50-Yard Dash.
First Prize—$3 Union Made Hat—Col umbia Clothing Co.
Second Priie—Razor, value $2—George A. Gray Co.
Married Man's Race—(Union Men).
Firtat Prize—$5.00 worth of groceries—W. -B. Logan, 701 East Fourth street.
Second Prize—Box'Of ^uradora Cigars —Zenith Cigar Co.
Ladies' Running Race, Wives and Daughters of Union Men & Ladies Belonging to a Union.
First Prizes-Six pair of Ladies' SillrHose—The Leiser Co., 24-26 West Superior street.
Second Prize—100 Calling Cards—RankinPrinting Co.
Largest Family on the Grounds.
First Prize—98-lb. .Sack Duluth Universal Milling Co., Flour—Duluth Universal Milling
Co. Board of Trade.
sure to attend this spectacular demonstration of organized labor. Bring the
spend the day atFairmount Park. Listen to the message of Victor Power, Mayor
of Hibbing. Come prep^fed to dance till you'reready to quit. Band concert begins at 3:00
FrankMcNabe, J. H.Powers, R. J. Coole.
Boys' Running Race—75-Yard Dash, Under 16 Years.
Erst Prize—One pair of Boys' Tennis Shoes—Kris & Ebscf Cb. 30 East Superior street
Second Prize—One Boy's Baseball bat—Fenton-Duby Co., 24 Fourth Avenue West.
Third Prize—One Boy Pocket .fenife—^Kelley Hardware Co., 1X8 West Superior street
Girls'Rmmtogr Rwe—7&V»rd Dash, Under 16 Tears.
First Prize—5-lb. Box Bex Chocolates—John Wahl Candy Co.
Second Prize 2 Tickets Lyman Hope's Pictures—Lyceum Theater Company
Married Men's Race—100-Yard Dash.:
First Prize—Pair Union Made Trousers, Value $4—Columbia Clothing C6. •.
Second Prize—Razor, value, $1.50—Geo. A. Gray-Co.
Married Ladies' Race—Open to All—50 Yards.
First Prize—Six cans of Corn or Peas and.six cans of Tomatogfe—M. M. Gasser Co.
Second, Prize—Ham—Elliott & Co.
Clarke, P,eter Schaeffer and-A F. Young.
DAVID WILLIAMS, VIM
WACO POLICE FORCE
ASKS EIGHT-HOUR DAT
"WACO, Tex., Aug. 31.—Chief of
Police McNamara requests the mayor
and other city officials to consider the
question of an eight-hour day'so that
favorable action may be taken in pre
paring the next city budget.
"You gentlemen are aware of the
demands made on the strength and
Sunday Only Sept. 3.
"QUICK SANDS OP DECEIT"
Three acts featuring Vivian Rich, Alfred Vosburg. Geo Periolet.
Charlie Chaplin in *'ONE A. M."—Napoleon and Sally In "HAM
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
The Mysteries of Myria"
Visions and communications with the spirit world—Sunday re
ceive at Sunbeam Theater free to ladies and children The Crolette
"Europe's Reign of Terror"
Recent foreign scenes taken in no man's land.
See with your own eyes what you have been reading about,
this greatest of all wars. The disastrous English expedition at
Gallipoli., showing the Vaneouver regiment leaving home and land
ing in action. The only pictures showing the battle of the Dardan
elles. Battleships blow up and vanish, bombs thrown from aero
planes. The most neutral picture ever taken. In this picture you
can see the famous heroes of all nations at war. Kaiser Wilhelm
at the head of his troops, Joffre in the midst of battle, General
Haig on the Som'me, the siege of Verdun. A glimpse into submarine
warfare. How a freighter is sunk in mid-ocean by a submarine.
The sailors struggling in the water. English blockade running.
Stirring sqenes on land and sea.
Actual scenes from aU war fronts. New Alms,
without the UNION
Sfeaot accept any
BOOT and SHOE WORKERS' UNIOtl
DULUTH SHEWING & MALTING COt
Brery Good Smoker Appreciates a. Cool, Fragnfet Cigar that he can
enjoy up to the last putt. That la *Yhy the
E O A
is so popular with particular people.
It Is Delicious, Luxurious and Dainty.' It is' made upon honor,
by skilled Workmen from the best grade of Havana-Leaf.
4SK YOUR DEALER.
.DtnLlDTBC CIGAR COMPANY
118 W. MICHIGAN ST. New Phone 913 Old Phope 1600."
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Oinrils ItRPLVS AKD PROFITS. .92JB00fi60M
ALBERT In OBDEJUT, PtMldent WALTER J. JOHNSON, AarC. TaiMn
JOHN H. DIGHT, CMUer.
FMritat WILLIAM WELLS,
THREE) PBX CUNT DITKRJMT PAID OJT 8ATHTOS AJVD TIME DEPOSITS
you among them?
Has the endorsement of consumers who watch their fuel costs*
LOW III ASH, HIGH ID COMBUSTIBLES
"Write for information to
ZENITH FURNACE COMPANY
Home of Quality Coal, West Duluth, Minn.
C. A. Luster, Pres. A Treaa. G. C. Stoae, Vlce-I
CLYDE IRON WORKS
FOUNDERS and MACHINISTS.
^Ora. 20TH At. W. HTEUXU ST, Daluth, MLAA.
DO NOT BUT ANT
Mo matter wfcat tta Bams,
Plata and niJiMi
Ka. J. R. McGlflcri ImO
Steam Los Loadm,
energy of patrolmen under .present
requirements. The arguments in be
half of the benefits of eight hours'
labor are too well known to make it
necessary for me to attempt to argue
that point with you," he says. The
police official, however, insists that a
policeman who works short hours is
free from-worry, care and-vexation
and will give better service.
Saturday—the last day of The
Big Duluth's great Half Price