Duluth Iron and Metal, April 6, 1907

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are court­ the find wages and em­ to es­ people by city treat man­ at sup­ They before great every as spe­ of a labor, in move­ are man­ and do es­ is so ap is We DULUTH IRON & METAL CO. In Duluth there are a number of establishments which should receive the hearty support and encouragement of all our citizens. Our readers can show no greater tribute to the cause of labor than by giving their hearty support to those concerns that have always shown a friendly attitude to­ ward the labor movement. In compiling a list of the most de­ serving concerns in this respect, it is with pleasure that the Labor World calls the attention of the thousands of its readers to the Duluth Iron & Metal company. The extensively and com­ pletely equipped plant of this pro­ gressive concern is located at Mich­ igan street and Third avenue east, where may be found an in every way up-to-date blacksmith and machine shop. They are dealers in new and second hand machinery, bar iron, steel beams, relaying rails, cables, iron and steel scrap, etc. The trade territory of this company extends over the entire Northwest, middle west and Canada and every­ where the name of the Duluth Iron & Metal company is held in highest es­ teem and the goods which they handle bear a reputation for superiority in quality and workmanship. The Duluth Iron & Metal company have been in business twenty years and the officers are Max Zalk, Hyman Y. Joseph and Louis Zalk, all practical men in their line. A call over either phone will receive prompt Attention. The Labor World predicts for the Duluth Iron & Metal company a ca­ reer of uninterrupted prosperity so long as its affairs are in the hands of the present able and efficient man­ agement. H. F. DAVIS & CO., FOR FLOUR, HAY AND FEED A thoroughly reliable concern such as the above is entitled to the hearty support and encouragement of all classes of citizens. The firm Is among the largest whole­ sale and retail flour, feed and hay dealers in the Northwest, and that it is a distinctly home institution is evidenced by the money brought into Duluth annually, and by the large force of people which is employed here. H. F. Davis & Co. are dealers In flour, feed, hay, grain etc., and are also agents for Duluth Imperial and Zenota flour. The. above firm have been in business fifteen years and have both phones, 124. The stock in trage of this substan­ wish to call the attention of the thousands of union men in our city that it is to their interest to foster concerns of this kind, which have al­ ways been in sympathy in cause of labor and ready to co-operate to fur­ ther the movement. They carry the most complete line of drugs and are manufacturers, importers and jobbers. The line of supplies carried by this concern is the best that the market affords and customers are sure to re­ ceive courteous and prompt attention when dealing with this establishment. tial and progressive concern is always clean and fresh, is delivered with commendable promptness, ang their salesmen and other employes are al­ ways courteous and accommodating. The Labor World is pleased to note that the management of this company is in the hands of Mr. H. F. Davis. A visit to this gentleman at his offices at 80-32 East Michigan street, will convince one that M!r. Davis is broadminded broadminded and liberal in his views on well regulated labor movements, and that he is always willing to extend a helping hand to any plan which has for its object the solidifying of capital and labor and the welfare of the city of Duluth. Under the able management which obtains the business of H. F. Davis & Co. is daily expanding limits, and the Labor World can imagine no firm which It would sooner see succeed th^n the subject of this sketch. Workingmen are in duty bound to support a home institution, and it goes without saying that this concern ranks among the foremost houses that are entitled to home patronage. JOURNEYMEN PAINTERS RECEIVE AN ADVANCE Employers Gladly Recognize the Justice of Union Men's Contention. As an evidence of the harmonious feeling that exists between employers and employes in Duluth, we take much pleasure in stating that from and after April 1, 1907, journey men painters have had their wages advanced to 44% cents per hour, as against 37% cents' in 1906. This conclusion was the hap­ py result of fair-minded negotiations between the employers and union representatives. representatives. Strange that Minnea­ polis employers do not pattern after the example of thair more enlightened Duluth brethern. IF YOU STOP YOU DIE. A stationary human being one who never acts nor thinks nor talks is dead. Action is not only the law, but the measure of life. Just in proportion to your action or want of action: do you show yourself alive or dead. So, too, are your acts the measure of your wisdom, and also of your integrity and your morality. In order that we may live, we want to be up and doing, and in that we may be worthy of living we want to be exceedingly careful of our actions. DON'T BE A FOOL ALL THE TIME. It is a pretty good plan to follownot follownot to be a fool all the time. All of us are fools a part of the time, and this is excusable. Some of us are fools all the time, which is in excusable One man is a fool along one line, and' another man along another line this can in a' measure be tolerated,' but when a smart man Is a fool along, all the lines it is past endurance.' 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Clipped from The Labor World06 Apr 1907, SatPage 5

The Labor World (Duluth, Minnesota)06 Apr 1907, SatPage 5
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