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WHERE DO YOU EAT
Is your place of business on this list? J-J y IF NOT, (fH WHY NOT? E Waiters Union No. 14, Bartenders i Union No. 8 and Cook* Union No. 18 re- Tport that the restaurants, cafes and buffets named below display the cards •f these organizations, indicating that they employ members of these unions. Look for the House Card, and Blue and Green Buttons: m Antlers 1753 Arapahoe I^l Belle's Lunch Room .1710 Curtis A s Bob White's Lunch R00m... 1618 Callfemla Bob White's l«th and Court Place B Charley's Lunch 1556 California at Kast and West 1507 Curtis East Turner Hall 2160 Arapahoe st Elckelberg'a CaXe 1517 Curtis WJT Enterprise Lunch 1216 17th st. Elliot Cafe 1754 Champa SL A A O Great Northern 1517 I-arimer Harry's Lunch ... .616 17th st. Horseshoe Lunch Room. . . .1612 Champa st. Jay's Lunch Room 1669 Weltln B I Korchell's Lunch Room 174# Champa Manhattan Restaurant 1635 larlmer OMlle High 1763 Curtis Merchants' Restaurant 1116 17th st. W Y Plnysrd Lunch Room ...1818 Curtis st. M | Royal Cafe 1««1 Curtis Sliver's Restaurant 1029 17th st. __ Tale Restaurant 1710 Larlrm-r 5 Union men, be consistent w Try some of thesE Patronize the Places Listed Below • t __ ______________ Competent See that the I |ata«(n Mhhmml IspiPtaeka s l Men Bartender ■ Furmghed Wears the 1 cl BUTTON ° nShort A u at gen. Wm .1122 15th st. BMbartr, Geo Minin* Ex Bid*. Belvldere Bar 4:9 16th at. Buente A: Drum 1221 16th st. Booth. D 1326 Ibth st- Itrohm. Otto 1*»06 ii»tn at- Carmody. Ijiwrcnc* *28 16th st. Ohtrlft Bar. . 1716 Champa *t. Chronster. R- L .1610 15th it Cl If ton Bar 17701 Arapahoe st Concordia 1643 Arapahoe at. <'ommrrcr Bar 2645 Welt on at. <*ooka. M K ... 314 9 -r at. Corrigan Bar .1600 Platte at. Cotta*e Bar 1720 Curtis st • ’oyle. M 1626 I-arlmer st Cronin. Dan .....71$ litn at. Cronin. Dan 21 at and Champa ats. «*urtln. Ja* 21at and Chsmpa rtn. lH>ehlln*. Chas 2611 Larimer at. I>ewey liar .1617 Larimer at. Donnelly. P 13th and Curtis rts. Dowd. M P 2304 Welton M. East Turner Hall Bar... Dalian Bros 1133 I«arlmer at. < iarland. J .1316 16th st. Oelck. Wm . . . 11th and Colfax Gibbons. Dennis 441 W. Colfax a\e. «irent Northern Bar.. 16th and Larimer afa. Humburg. Chas 1331 latn at. Ilenrlsen. John 900 Larimer st lllll. Wm 2666 Washln*ton ave. Iloldner. Jacob 1762 st. Hunter Bar 1*60 Curtis at. Johnson & Peterson ..: 71 h and Market sta. Kenevan. Dan ..22nd and I«artmer sta. Kenahand dr Nlcol. . . 1140 Iarlmt-r at. The White is King of Sewipg Machines. Vibrator and Rotary shuttle styles. Simplest and best ever invented; strongest and lightest running; rapid; sews three •yards of goods while other machines sews two. All kinds of sewing machines taken in exchange, easy payments or liberal dis count for cash. There were more WHITES sold in Denver * and vicinity during the past two years than all others combined. There is a reason for this. The White would make en appropriate Xmas present. , I white! SEWING MACHINE COMPANY DENVER, COLO. Phone Main 1510 SS76 Champa St». Knickerbocker Bar 1663 Larimer st. Kopers 1219 20th st . Koralek. Frank 1646 Lawrence st. Lakeside Amusement Co White City . Lm*. Andrew 1146 8tout st. . I>easer 1-ewenlck Llq. Co..1647 Larimer st. Levy. William 1622 Larimer st. . Lew In Merc Co 1600 Larimer st- Lewlaton Bar 718 lfcin st. I-obb> Bar 1219 17th st. . Lustl*. A. W 1221 16th at. Marqusrdsen. F 616 18th at. . McNamara. M 638 18th st. McPhllllpa. Frank 18th and Curtis ats . McPhllllpa. Frank.. 18th and Champa ats. . Melchoer. Nick 1967 Larimer st. Mile*. E L .78 Marlpoaa Miners' Exchange 1628 at. Mnsca. Wm.. 1717 Larimer st. . Murphy. Frank . . 1242 W. Walnut st. New Clifton 17th and Arapahoe sta. Notary & Moralta.. 22nd and Champa sta. . O'Brien A Flynn 1861 Larimer st. Royal Bar 1636 Curtis st. Batteries. Jos 1338 15th at. Hchllllng*. Peter 1009 W. 12th ave. Hehoff. Wm MOO 16th at. Hhsefer A- Brohm 1545 Blake st. Hloux City Bar 918 17th st. Htlckfort. Geo. ..81th and Arapahoe sts. Switzerland Cafe... 1416 Larimer st. Tavern Bar 1024 12th *t. Thompson. Fred 8th and Jason Walker. Joe 1115 16th st. Wunesse. Chas *11 Jason st. Ziegler. C. T 1662 Larimer st. Zlets, H. II 1000 Osage at You Should Use tho Label on Your Printing BECAUSE BECAUSE it will help Increase your busl- It Is used by offices doing the ness— best printing — BECAUSE BECAUSE It costs you nothing extra— it represents a hiph type of the brotherhood of mar.—■ BECAUSE BECAUSE It Is a guarantee of superior tr . . workmanship— 11 18 an ornament %o good printing BECAUSE BECAUSE It Increases the purchasing power Jj “ n S? V'u-J, 0 t? 1 t a h n .» of workmen, thus Increasing the class of work . jwn to this selling capacity in all lines of iiftlffTnfft' business— Allied Printing Trades Council J. A. Conkle, Sec.-Treaa., Box 1447. AFFILIATED UNIONS. Typographical Union Ho. 49. Mailers’ Union Ho. 8. Stereotypers’ and Electro typers’ Union Ho. 13. Photo Engravers’ Union Ho. 18. Pressmen’s Union Ho. 40. Web Pressmen’s Union Ho. 22. Press Assistants’ Union Ho. 14. Job Pressmen’s Union Ho. 1. Bookbinders’ Union Ho. 29. Bindery Women’s Union Ho. 68. ♦ The following printing firms are en titled to use the label in Denver: Alexander A Myers. 522 18th st 23 Balance Publishing Co.. 1817 California. 26 Barker Ptg. Concern. 226 15th st • Barrett. Wallace. 1335 Lawrence 49 Bischoff. L. P. t 1001 Jason 29 Bishop Pub. Co.. The. 1108 California 48 Calhoun & Holmes. 921 18th st 37 Carson-Harper Ptg. Co.. 1336 Lawrence. 7 Catholic Register. 1824 Curtis St. 40 Clark Quick Ptg. Co.. 1327 Lawrence. .. 55 Colorado Badge & Novelty Co., 1750 Champa st 30 Colorado Herold. 1429 Market 15 Columbia Ptg. Co.. 810 18th st 36 Commercial Ptg. Co., room 1, 1646 Arap ahoe 66 Denver Democrat. 935 14th st 35 j Denver Express. 1445 Cherokee 31 Denver Lltho. Co.. 1340 Lawrence 44 i Denver Post. 1544 Champa st 21 Denver Republican. 1118 16th st 19 Lames Bros.. 1748 Stout st 17 Eastwood-Klrchner Ptg. Co.. 1756 Champa st 11 Egan Printing Co.. 1346 Larimer 5 Frederic. John. 1338 Larimer 45 Globe Printing Co.. 1842 California 32 Great Western Pub. Co.. 1717 Arapahoe. 10 Hoeckel B. B. Co.. C. F.. 1133 17th 4 j Keystone Printing Co.. Good blk 43 OUR SUPPORTERS AND A BRIEF HISTORY OF THEIR BUSINESS. DONEHUE & GIESLER. ♦ This firm, which has been established jthis year, are entitled to the courtesies of the organized men of our city. Imme diately upon their starting into business they became one of our advertisers and ! have remained such all the time. This ; firm handles nothing but union-made I shoes. They are putting forth great ef forts to advertise the cause and going to a great expense advertising and solic iting the patronage of union people, which the following letter in itself is ex | jilanatory. and we can highly recommend their goods: Editor United Labor Bulletin. Dear Sir and Brother: We take pleas ure in informing you that after years of i labor in this city for others, we have opened a shoe store of our own and have adopted the plan on which we have I worked for years, a union shoe store for men. Every pair of men's shoes in our store bear the label. As we have no oth- I ers, therefore we aro dependent on the j union people for success. We urge your : patronage as we are the first in the ranks of Denver merchants who have < shown grit in barring out all excepting union-made goods. Our makes are A1 and sell at $2.50. $3.00. $3.50. $4.00 and $5.00. Just a dollar less right through than nonunion makes of the same qual ! it?/. If not in need of a pair at present, I snvo the address and try us for your I next pair. Yours fraternally, DONEHUE & GIESLER. Men's Shoes. Sl9 16th St. Opposite A. T. Lewis A Son's Dry Goods Store. P. S.—As in union there is strength, so in union-made shoes there is strength i and style. ♦ ♦♦♦♦ W. H. LEONARD .a. ♦ Tho Old Reliable Fuel and Feed Man. ♦ In Bpeaking of Leonard, the coal man. wo have nothing: but praises for him and fool ns though a word of commendation is due this man. Ho has built up his business by honest methods, always giv ing full value not alone in quality but also in quantity. He is at the present < time enjoying great prosperity, due only to the fact of his true methods of deal ing with his customers. His business has expanded considerably, he having 1 built a yard this summer at West Sixth avenue and MarJposa street. He is among the oldest members of organised labor in our state, being an old union man from i the Cripple Creek district, and one of thoso who assisted in collecting funds ' to enable tho strikers and thoir families of that district to exist and also was an nrdent supporter of the ones who were j UNITED LABOR BULLETIN Kistler Stationery Co., W. H.. 1537 Law rence 3 Lanning Bros., 1832 B.' it st 34 Majestic Printers. 401 -xppel bldg., 16th and Larimer sts .. 33 McGuire Printing Co.. 824 Curtis 16 Merchants' Pub. Co.. I 9 Arapahoe.... 2 Miners' Magazine, 1824 Curtis 22 Myers Ptg. Co.. 1429 1 st 25 News-Times Pub. Co.. 20 Welton 5t...20 Robinson Ptg. Co., W. 1508 Arapahoe.6 Rodger, Miss K. M-. 12 i 17th 63 Smith-Brooks Ptg. Co.. .741 California.. 1 South Dennver Tribune. 77 S. Broadway.lß Stott. J. 8.. 1839 Cha".;'a 27 Sun Printery. 72-74 B: dway 58 Trlpple Link Ptg. Co.. 2'82 Yates 50 Union Ptg. C.. 1829-31 Champa st 9 U. S. Colortype Co.. 16?3 Arapahoe 28 , Vlser. Carrington. 1835- Champa 47 Wahlgreen Ptg.. Co., 1 748 Stout 12, Wepf. E. L.. 1749 Char a 39 Western Newspaper Ur r.. 1824 Curtis.. 24 World Ptg. Co.. 1829 Champa 14 MXSOEWA:*- rOTTS. The following are the establishments doing wortt for the trade in the depart ments specified: Press Booms, Jobbing— Publishers’ Press Room. 1742 Stout. Binding and Baling, Jobbing— Wm. Delter. 1336 Lawrence. Publishers' Press Rom, 1742 Stout. Thomas Furlong. 1731 Arapahoe. En graving, Jobbing— Frank Reistle. 1420-22 Lawrence. Denver Engraving C r , 1814 Curtis. Willlamson-Haffner Co.. 1633 Arapahoe. Smith-Brooks. 1741-4" California Stereotyping. Jobbing — Western Newspaper Union. 1826 Curtis. Smith-Brooks. 1741-47 California. Electrotyping, Jobbing- Frank Reistle. 1420-2- Lawrence. Smith-Brooks. 1741-4* California. incarcerated at Boise fity, Idaho. Any; desiring goods in his line will receive j honest weight and th* best of service, and we feel as though :io higher compli- i ment could be paid us than to give him , a trial. +++ ♦ 4 THE A. G. SPAULDING &. BROTHERS. * The Spaulding peo; manufacturers of official athletic Hoods and supplies, are leaders in their lir.< They were es tablished in IS7G off! have enjoyed a prosperous growth until at the present time this firm is the largest manufactur er of athletic goods in the world, own ing and operating L complete factories and operating 30 st -es, including three in London and one in Montreal, Canada. The Denver house : under the manage ment of C. A. Bran ionburg. Its distrib uting points are • olorado. Montana. Wyoming. Utah. Idaho. New Mexico. Ari zona, northwestern part of Texas, west ern part of South Dakota, western part of Nebraska. Our local house ranks among the first of the retail stores, that ; being the third established. On account of Denver being centrally located for the , Rocky Mountain district and their ex perienced knowledge of the dealer as . well as the consumer they are covering 1 the large amount of rritory above men tioned and owing t the fact that the present manager 1 ng personally ac quainted with the trade and strict pol- ] icy is a square deal for each and every one. The Denver branch is enjoying one of the healthiest b- nessgs in the city of Denver and the ireful arrangement : and equipment of th V)enver store would Tools FOR ALL TRADES Our Prices Will Please You. One Thousand Articles Suit able for Holiday Presents. Skates Cutlery Guns Silverware Chafing Dishes Sweaters, Etc. Open Evenings Christmas Week. You are very welcome, buy or no buy. Come .\nd see us. Frank A. Ellis & Son 1645-1651 ARAPAHOE ST. Journeymen Barbers’ Union No. 205 NO tfri—• ///>!. 1 ■ TB N. ISAAC UNION BARBER if 0® If! j. CONNELLY. SHOP 1 s| Secretary SHAVES FOR. [■ sos ciub Building io cents ™ LIST OF UNION SHOPS IN DENVER BUSINESS DISTRICT. Adams Hotel—J. S. Kester..lßth & Welton Albany Hotel—Nolan & Reeves Antiseptic—Carl DeLochte 521 17th st. Atkinson. C. A Y. M. C. A. Bonaventure Hotel—F. Sarzin..soß 18th st. .Bray. Wm Carlton. 16th and Glenarm Broadway Hotel —R. H. Ed son ; Bucks. Billy 628 17th s*. , Campbell. H 1659 Champa st. i Central Barber Shop—Wm. Schroeder Clayton Block—C. C. Gooden..ll3l 17th st. I Continental Barber Shop—T. A. Kil course 154 8 Lawrence st Crelgler. Jeff 1711 Larimer st. Deutsch, J. M 210 16th st. Ekbom. Elmer 1641 Stout st. E. & C. Barber Shop 1648 Curtis sL Farmer. J. E 1857 Welton Frank Fischer 12J0 14th sL 9? Leon 413 16th sL ' Ide. Wm 16th and California sts. ! Jumper. S 14 49 Tremont st. ! Lint. Tom 1407 Welton st. Manhattan—C. Huth 1319 17th st McGee. Thos 405 15th st. Miller. Henry 1225 15th st Moffit & Co.. Walt 910 17th st. Murphy & Feldman 1464 Curtis st. Plaza Hotel. Ed Hammond.... 324 15th st. Richter. Frank 907 15th st. Richter, Frank 1511 Curtis *L Roman Engle 1649 Welton sL Savoy Hotel—W. Decker. 17th & Broadway ; Schermerhorn. R. B. H... 1429 Lawrence st. Schran, B. E 807 Isth st. Seims. W G 828 15th st. Shirley—P. L. Leik 17th and Broadwav Solomon. Elmer 1561 Arapahoe st. Conner. A. H 713 18th sL Spehn. Oliver 819 14th st St. James Hotel—W. R. Deshler.ls24 Curtis Standish Hotel—H. E. Balnbrldge _ •; California, bet. 15th and 16th Struble. Philip 424 17th st Tabor Grand—R. W. Lichtenheld | , •••• 1531 Curtis sL Union Depot Barber SThop—D. Lino... Welnhelmer. John 1223 17th st. Williams. J. T 1654 Welton st ZufelL W 413 16th st. WEST SIDE. Brewlngton. W. H 629 Jason sL Burgess. J. M 1400 W. Colfax ave. ‘"randell. D. W 1115 Larimer si i Donvree. T. 0 1059 Broadway Riser. F. M 910 W. Bth ave. Gawoski. T. D 1115 Stout st ; Heffner. Ed H 69 S. 6th James. W. p. 321 w. 6th ave. Krayenhof. M. C 807 Jason si When purchasing Cigars do you see that this Label is on the box ? If not, 7t>hy not? gr~ iT~rr ii immwo'V' »jj o, _ Union-made Cigars. -..'1 .^-.^7rTTirr , r."4 (UBB, ALWAYS BLUE) UNION CIGAR FACTORIES. The following U a list of cigar fac tories in Denver and vlclnltv entitled to use the BLUE LABEL of the Cigar Mak ers’ Union: J W. Sanford. See. 201 Railroad Bldr. •Phon* Main 7459. In Dearer. Behrens. H 1952 w. Colfax Brodhac. A 52 W. Pecos ' Brandon. H 3321 W. 3Sth are , Breen. 151 Grove st. Capitol City Cigar Co 1949 Larimer st. I Chapelonl. Geo 2515 Eliot st. Oordove Cigar Co 1352 Lanmer st. Cuban Cigar o 1534 Wazee Cerny. ' 3829 Larimer st. ; ChioleraP 2437 19th st. I Cohen. Phillip 1434 Canosa st. Oolorado Capitol Cigar Oo 928 19th st. Dwyer. M. A 401 Nassau Block Dallas. J. W R. 25-26. Steele blk. Lger. Jno 1236 Stout st. Ehrenreich. J 1427 11th at. Freldman. U 2248 Clarkson « Friedman, R. 3450 W. 36th Ave. < Ginsberg. A 2550 W. 11th ave. 1 Hedrick & Son 812 Broadway ! Heindel Sc Co.. H. H...1256 S. Pennsylvania ' Holxhauer. Wm 1816 Curtis Honljak. P 4481 Washington st. : Hyman. C. H 4135 W. 50th ave. Jacobson. H 1827 Larimer at. Joint Stock Cigar Co 1135 Larimer st. «. Kohn Sc Goldstein 2024 Blvd. F Knebel. W. L 2542 Kens in* st. Kohan. L 1511 Boulevard K Levitt, N 1708 Welton st. 1 Livingston Cigar Co 1849 Lawrence st. Lyman A Whitson... 1675 E. 47th ave. Majestic Cigar Oo 2434 Court Place : Mayer. Geo. J 2505 Tates st. Meyer. Geo 1254 Perry Meyers. B. F 622 19th st. 1 Miller. J. A 1433 E. 34th ave. Morris, J 514 loth st. be well worth the while of a visit. We can highly recommend their goods as su perior to all others. ♦♦+ ♦ ♦ SCHAFFER & BROHM. + Schaefer & Brohm are among the old | ost business men in our city. Their place i has been in operation close to 40 years at the same stand. 1545-47 Blake street. This firm has shown their business abil j ity by their success in all of their under i takings. They are now working earnest ly to enlarge their business. They have recently taken charge of the agency for the Luxus people of Omaha and they expect soon to have many places in our city. The Luxus people are very enter prising and have spent much money in tho last two years and the end is not yet in sight. This agency has our earnest cooperation and our best wishes for con tinued increase of success, and while in the neighborhood of their place we would invite a call for lunch as their mer chant’s lunch is one of the best being served in the cifiy. + + ♦♦♦ M. O'KEEFE «SL COMPANY. •¥ One of our most consistent and con tinual supporters has been this firm. They were among the first to come to tho rescue of our monthly Bulletin and are still with us on our weekly. We feel that if we fall to mention a word of praise for this jewelry house we would be doing an injustice to one of our best friends and in the line of jewelry, etc., and along with repair work and honest price, we know of no one that we could place on a par with them. We take this method of showing them our gratitude and hope our readers show their appreciation of such a firm by giv ing thorn their patronage and in so doing we are nidlng ourselves. Latenser, John 921 Larimer st C Mint Barber Shop—F. C. Black. 335 13th st : Oliver, David 969 Mariposa Boeder. John 203 Jason at ( Seib. F 829 Larimer st - Smith. J. B California and B sta Whitney. Matt 1241 Santa Fe ave 1 SOUTH SXDE. Bigelow, C. R 523 E. Exposition Conger. I. L 121 Broadway Flanders. L. B 383 S. Broadway < Gehllng. Fred J 106 Broadway , Henderson. N 416 S. Broadway ' Howser. J. S 1028 E. 9th ave. < Johnson. C. M 16 S. Broadway Patterson. W. H 1238 S. Pearl st. 1 Rassmussen. A. E 214 So. Broadway , White. D. E 67 S. Broadway "Tilte, E. L Englewood NORTH SXDE. 1 Anderson. P 3490 W. 32nd ave . Boettcher. A 2400 Bth «t Madonia. John 3108 Osage at | Lllcxny. Fella 7th and Water EAST SXDE. Adams. Jake 2153 Larimer at Bowers, Chas 414 E. 20th ave. Brown W J 2041 Champa at ! Beck. Lambert 3737 Downing ave ; Barley. W E 1207 EL 30th >V4 . j Loleman. J. w 3814 Downing ave. Colton. F. C 3047 Larimer at Fay. J. E 1236 20th at • Fllklns. E. G 2756 Downing ave r » Points—Wm. Sapp 2562 Washington Haufman. F. 3412 Franklin at.! Johnson. F. G 4040 Downing av* I ; Kaiser. Ben 2260 Welton at j ,• Kramer. F. H 3226 Downing ave Larkins. Mat 2737 Larimer et. [Arson. Frank 3713 Downing ave ' Morgan. J. s 260214 Humboldt st. 1 gPPortnar. R 1221 e. 2 4th ave. i Patrick. H. L 2304 E. Colfax ave 1 Kymer. J. A 300 E. 37th ave. I Swanson. Chas 1821 Champa st Sweeney. G 2218 Larimer it| c 2212 Washington ave. 1 "Glover. Chas 1959 Larimer st 1 Hi B MAN H. W Wright J 735 E. 3rd ave. ELTBXA. BonnetL J-E 1«SI 47th ave • Davidson. J. W stock Exchange • rtyar. E. G 471), Race , TiirntDt, Davis. Victor E 1224 Alameds I , w . ♦++ + + Don t be afraid to risk. The great suc cesses are bora of chance. [ £e} B°n 8 °n Cigar Co 1320 Lawrence st NeUon N. J i 936 32nd ave ’ A 'rP r o 49th ave. II Richmond. R. S -«2 Inca St Rohde Sc Smith 1143 stout SchaetzeJ, Jac 1408 15th st Schaefer. Jos 1207 Larimer st. Schwartz G. D 2414 16th st. Schmulewitx, M .2240 Larimer St. Simpson. John cl ' ' Maia Bt * • Fort Morgan .Colo. ! 2015 Arapahoe st. ' R- E 647 Lipan st. <L ha * <367 Utica st. • • • - 1554 Blake SL The Bengelsdorf Cigar Co. .100 S Larimer st. Waaha. Jos 4951 Lowell Boulevard j jYestern Cigar Oo 921 13th sL j Woodbine Cigar Co 1832 Welton st. Vicinity of D saver. Buechsenstein. L Alliance, Neb. Bogue. Frank P Casper. Wyo. Burde. R-... Englewood. Colo. Cheyenne Cigar Co D 305** W. 19th st.. Cheyenne. Wyo. Patterson. Jno. B Edgewater. Colo. Oorcilius & Stevens Erie, Colo. Giles. J. J 1306 Pearl. Boulder. Colo. Lemm. Alex Lander. Wyo. H- E ; , Steamboat Springs. Colo. -5, Lincoln ave.. Fort Collins.’ 0010. c- 7 j 21 *L Waln “t st . Ft. Collins," Colo. Feldman. William Golden. Colo. Clair. L. E Holyoke. Colo. Rlseman. Wm. O Kersey. Colo. T«£sf r 'c C 1 rv> A * Goodlaud. Kan. Laramie. Wyo. her ' Lead. So. Dak. Paul Belle Fourche. So. Dak. Otto Lead. S. Dak Kountk H. M Longmont. Colo. Newby. Herbert Steamboat Springs Anson A: Meneck Lander. Wyo. watson, F. I Fort Collins. Colo. Henneker W. R. Lander. Wyo. Pfeiffer Cigar Co 139 W. Ellsworth st LIVINGSTON CIGAR COMPANY. ♦ The 1 jvingsion Cigar company are j among our oldest advertisers and we feel that a word in praise of this firm would not be amiss. They, like all en terprising firms, advertise and assist the ones that they are catering to and in re-* turn we feel that the advertisements re ceived from our paper have done them a great deal of good and we must say in justice to their contributing to us and their fairness that they are showing to wards a labor paper existing, that they are entitled to all the patronage and as sistance within the power of each and every union man. Their cigars in all grades can not be surpassed by any oth ers in the city and therefore with that full knowledge we can honestly urge the patronage of this firm. ♦ ♦♦♦♦ DREYFUS. ♦ The Dreyfus clothing people come in tor a share of praise as being one of our permanent stand-bys. If union clothing is what you want you can always obtain the same at Dreyfus*, so don’t forget the name. Their ad. appears elsewhere in this paper, which is easily found If looked for. _ ♦ + ♦ ♦ ♦ MRS. L. A. DUNSMORE,”FLORIST. ♦ Mrs. Dunsmore is the old reliable flor ist for union people. Their choice cut flowers and plants and funeral designs, flowering shrubs, roses and shade trees Cl»u not be equaled In the city. We are under obligations to this florist for her donations that she has made from time to time to the various organizations and the elegant bouquets that are presented gratis to us. and when organizations are ordering flowers for any purpose we would ask that your patronage be given Mrs. Dupsmore. THE EMANUEL BROTHERS. ♦ This firm entered the clothing busi ness and gents’ furnishings some time ago and immediately seemed to realise •where the best clothes were made and in so doing they established a precedent neglected in the city heretofore. In all of their clothing that they have in their house it is Impossible to secure a suit of clothes without the union label. So with a store that is exclusively union we can see no reason why nor any just cause that any man desiring to live up to hia obligations that he assumed when he be came a member of organized labor should not pay a visit to this store and examine the goods. We know positively well that when securing garments bear ing the label that they have been made in clean, healthful and sanitary work shops and we run no chances of wearing clothing being made in filthy, unsanitary and in many instances, sick rooms where contagious diseases are. This firm has done a great deal of advertising among the labor organizations, soliciting the patronage of the union men and we feel that it is our duty to practice a little reciprocity and spend our money with our friends because our enemies at all times will take care of their end. ♦ + ♦ + + BRIEFS. ♦ Don't forget our advertisers. + ■ When purchasing goods from our ad vertisers don’t forget to mention The Bulletin. + + + + ♦ ♦ The world laughs either with you or I at you. + Those who love us see only our I virtues. ♦ Some folks speak as they think, only oftener. + An exchange says mine owners broke 'the Child Labor law. impossible! ♦ Some men are wise enough not to try to make others think they know it all. ♦ It is time to quit having your letter or ■ i bill heads 190... —make them 191... ♦ You may never have seen a n.ermaid. I but you have surely seen a fisn-woraan. ♦ When you get discouraged you don’t feel so all-fired good about it, now do | you? + If you can’t pay your rent or other i bills, issue bonds. That’s how the city does it. * * The union hall is the place to trans act business. Discuss the weather on street corners. + Any advertisement you see in this pa per tells of some store you should pat ronize. ' A general strike over the country is ! proposed if Sammy. John and Frank are sent to jail. ♦ Dublin has the only cigar manufac tory in all Ireland. Now we know where all the cabbage-leaf cigars are made. ♦ "Only by unintermitted agitation can a people be kept sufficiently awake to principle not to let liberty be smothered in material prosperity." ♦ Did you ever tell your wife to be sure to buy a broom with the label on? What’s that, can't get it? Well now just ask for it and insist on getting it. ♦ The population of Ireland is about 500.000 less than Scotland, and the num ber of old-age pensioners in Ireland is 184.000, as against 73.000 in Scotland; or a difference of 111.000. ♦ Did you ever notice how much advice some people can give you on some ques tions they don’t know anything about, and don’t care about it either, only to get some personal satisfaction against J some one? ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Smoke La Exploridad Havana cigars. + + + + + APPROVES OF LABOR PARTY. ♦ Denver, Colo., Dec. 19, 1909. Editor United Labor Bulletin, Denver. Dear Sir: I heartily approve of your effort to launch a labor party. Most of us are tired of the old parties and I would also be very happy to see tho day that the employes of the tramway com pany were organized. The late Mr. Can tril discharged me ten years ago for agi tating the formation of a union. I don’t wonder at some of tho motormen drop ping dead on duty, especially extra men. who sometimes only get a few houra' sleep and even the regulars ba> e to work 13 or 14 hours to make a day's wages and pay for the watered stock that this city should own and operate on an eight hour day and the same, If not better wages. Ten years of struggling and striv ing without a trade has not changed my views. I am now und have been for four years a member of Team Owners’ Union No. I and when I ride on the cars I In variably talk uniou to the men and when they are afraid to talk back 1 tell them I have a pair of dumb brutes that carry union emblems and I don’t see any rea son why a tramway employe should not. Some of them, like me, came from other cities (experienced men), say that there Is not a company in the world that tries to gag its employes more than the Den ver City Tramway Co. It would be the dream of ray life to see the .tramway or ganized. Yours truly. HENRY LWWIH.