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WANTS STATE POLICE TO
ENFORCE NO-STRIKE LAW
TOPEKA, Kan., Dec. 9.—Judge W.
L. Huggins, chairman of the Kansas
court of industrial relations, wants
cossacks in this state.
He does not mention the term "state
cossacks," but is addressing bankers
in various sections of the state on the
need "for a special police force that
could be called upon in emergencies
arising out of industrial disputes or
Trade unionists suggest that these
are strange sentiments from one who
insists that the court of industrial
relations has made strikes impossible.
ind the smile
11 always find
COURT HOLDS AUTOMBOILE
DRIVERS MUST WATCH OUT
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Dec. 9.
The state supreme court has ruled
that an automobile driver can not be
excused from injuring a pedestrian
because the latter failed to cross a
street at the point designated by city
officials. The defense maintained
that the pedestrian, violated a city
ordinance designed to suppress what
is commonly termed "jay walking.
The court held that the driver of
an automobile owes a duty to keep
a lookout for pedestrians, not only at
regular street crossings but between
intersections as well.
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Take Special Notice!
Columbia Clothing Company
Beginning today we will give a reduction of 25% on all
children's and boys' suits, children's and boys' overcoats, chil
dren's and boys'mackinaws, children's and boys' knee pants.
As usual, we had contemplated grouping our entire boys'
stock into different lots at different prices, but as\his entails
an endless amount of work at our most busy time, we have
decided to take "The Bull by the Horns" and place the entire
stock of such articles as are mentioned above at a uniform
discount of 25%. This will bring these little garments with
in reach of every purse, and we feel that our customers will
have no excuse for waiting for lower prices, because they
cannot hope to have them any cheaper or as cheap during the
seasons that will follow.
We are going to make anew start at this store under en
tirely new price conditions, an 1 in order to do this our shelves
must be cleared by the time new stock arrives. It will pay
you to watch our ads from time to time between now and
Foot Note: All Shoes at next spring's prices.
UNION LABOR IS
Wilt Prepare Itself to Meet Anti
Labor Legislation in State
SEATTLE, Dec. 9.—"Labor will
fight" is the defy to reaction in this
state Dy the executive council of the
Washington state federation of labor.
At a meeting in this city the executive
council said anti-labor legislation will
be attempted in Washington following
the sweeping victory of reaction in the
This proespect has not depressed the
-unionists, who call on organized labor
to "set its house in order" for the
"The fullest resistence," it is stated,
"must be given to any attempt on the
part of the legislature to any en
croachment on labor's rights. If that
fails, the initiative and referendum
•hould be employed as well as legal
action in the courts wherever that
seems advisable. But above all, labor
must start to build its political forces
for a greater fight than ever two
years hence—a fight that can be made
sweepingly victorious if it profits by
the mistakes made in the recent cam
"The message should go forth to the
forces of reaction that labor's watch
word for the next two years is Fight!"
SUPERIOR FLOUR MILL
WORKERS TO ENTERTAIN
Flour, Cereal Mill Workers' Union,
No. 74 of Superior will give a smoker,
Sunday, Dec. 19, at 2.30 p. m. at Music
hall in the East End. The principal
speakers will be Jean Spielman of
Minneapolis, international representa
tive C. E. Todd, business agent of
the Superior Building Trades council,
and Henry Perreault of Duluth, vice
president of the Minnesota State Fed
eration of Labor.
Refreshments will be served free
of charge and a fine musical program
will be rendered. Before the smoker
tha union will hold a short session at
which election of officers will be held.
Smdking Jackets for Christmas.
Best Values at The Big Duluth.
This Company has money to loan
in any amount from $50 up at
bank rates. The loan must be for
a needful purpose afid be repaid
in weekly or monthly payments
within one year
investigate the Plan If you need
The Dnluth Morris Plan Co.
20 Srd Ave. West Mel. 1390-1391
SATURDAY- -THE LABOR WORLD- DECEMBER Ilr 1920
Conference Takes Strong Stand
in Favor of Joining With
NEW YORK, Dec. 9.—A resolution
favoring organization among teachers
was unanimously adopted at the semi
annual conference of the Teachers*
unions of the eastern states, held in
The committee on labor education
urged that the need for schools de
voted^ to labor education, controlled
as to aim and policy by the workers,
be pointed out to labor unions. The
coxmnittee also urged the co-opera
tion by Teachers' unions with trade
unions to coihbat "the prejudices
against labor and the misunderstand
ings concerning their aims and
The conference suggested that
Teachers' unions aid any investiga
tion of schools with a view to dis
covering weaknesses in processes and
TWO HEADLINERS AT THE
ORPHEUM NEXT WEEK
The Orpheum will have the coming
week, starting Sunday afternoon, two
headliners. The De Wolf Girls,in "A
Love Tour," a cycle of song and a
dance which affords these two well
known artists the opportunity of dis
playing their decided ability along
that line, and it is indeed a charm
The other headliner will be the
popular song writer, Jimmy Lucas, as
sisted by the stage beauty, Francene,
in a most amusing offering called
"Vampires and Fools."
Sidney Phillips in songs and stories
is a feature and this able performer
is one of the leaders in that line, with
excellent voice and huge fund of hu-1
Another feature will be Frank Wil
cox and his company in a new com
edy called and this comedian
is seen at his best in the new sketch.
Flo Conroy and Edna Howard, two
maids of mirth and melody are most
pleasing to look at, and really clever
Page and Green, the eccentric fun
sters, have '"a knock-out act for real
William Selbini and Jeanette Gro
vini, in the follies of vaudeville, offer
an act of unusual versatile entertain
This sho and the latest 6creen
news will make a corking entertain
ment for you and your opportunity
to see and hear it is every afternoon
at 2:lsTand every night at 8:15.
YOU WILL FIND
STYLE ANI QUALITY
SMITH AND EAGLES
ATS AND CAPS
"Will be at Rio Linda, on one of our 10 and 20-acre poultry
and fruit farms, in the suburbs of beautiful Sacramento,
California, within sight of the State Capital Building, with
20-minute ride by auto on concrete boulevard, or by electric
street car, to the business center of the city, with its schools,
churches^, theaters, libraries and markets, you may enjoy
the mild winter climate with freeh fruits and vegetables from
your own garden every npnth in the year. These details,
with pictures and names of the many happy families now
living there—many of whom you may know—are given in
our new booklet, "Poultry and Orchards", We will mail
this booklet on request to those who are planning a trip to
California this winter.
NORTHWESTERN LAND &
207 GLENCOE BLDG., DULUTH, MINN.
ROCKLAND, Me., Dec. 9.—As a re
sult of organization, carpenters have
advanced wages 10 cents on hour.
Best Values at The Big Duluth.
HOW OFTEN DO YOU
ASK FOR CREDIT?
Your credit standing is based on your assets. These assets may
consist of funds in
Saving Account or funds invested in reliable
Tou will find our Officers and Employees ready and willing to
assist you In opening a Savings Account, or in selecting sound se
curities for investment. These securities may be purchased, in de
nominations as low as $100.00.
Northern National Bank
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O N O A S E O
From the Family
to the Family
BRUNSWICK is a man's gift. Of the three
or four first-class Phonographs any one may
mention, you may be sure the Brunswick will be in
That is because two principles of instrumental
reproduction employed by the Brunswick guar
antee the demanded amount of satisfaction. For
the Ultona, with its Needles and Jewels, hops from*
one record to another in the twinkling of an eye
while the Tone Amplifier, built on the principles
of a violin, rounds out every tone quality the artist
put into the record.
The terms upon which you can buy a Brunswick
are found to be agreeably easy by those who are
now making reservations for Christmas deliveries.
The Glass Block
The Shopping Center of Duluth
OAR MEN REDUCE flOURS.
SOMERSET, Ky., Dec. 9.—Motor
men and conductors have reduced
their work day from 12 to 8 hours.
LOCALS NO. 18, A. F. of M., and
LOCALS NO. 32, I. A. T. S. E.
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Silk Shirts Up to $16.50.
Best Values at The Big Duluth.
We obtain daily quotations, have the best foreign con
nections, and will be pleased to sell you drafts on foreign
Given Jointly By
MUSICIANS' and STAGE EMPLOYES9 UNION
AT NEW ARMORY
T0HI8HT, DECEMBER 10,1020
Charles Helmer, Conductor
All Door and Floor Rights Reserved
BANGING FROM 9 P. M. TO 2 A. M.
Admission, $1.00, including "War Tax Extra Lady, 50c
Chartered Car to Superior After Dance
Extra Car Service in Duluth Will Be, Provided: