Julies Olivier supports McKinley

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Julies Olivier supports McKinley - Street Car Employes for Protection A...
Street Car Employes for Protection A conductors, tnotorneers, electricians and trackmen of the electric eystem of New Orleans McKlnley dub was organized organized last evening, July 28, 1S03, and elected elected tha Stollowing officers: Ben Commons, president; C. E. Suiter, vice president; W. L. Moore, , recording secretary; William Bcolethuber, financial secretary; A. Rials, treasurer; A. Rlemann, eergeant-at-arms; eergeant-at-arms; eergeant-at-arms; eergeant-at-arms; eergeant-at-arms; Jules Olivier, grand marshal, and the following . resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That we, the Conductors, Motornecrs, Electricians and Trackmen's McKlnley Ckrb of the electric railroad system of the city of New Orleans, having organised as such, do hereby nledse our jsupport to McKlnley and Hobart. wv.vuu . t wurro iimi. mi in crease of coinage of either gold or sliver or the increase of money of anv kind will remedy the existing evil caused by the Idleness of the masses of the American people and the idleness of the capital already already on- on- hand. Third We - do not believe that the capital now lying idle will be brought Into circulation by Investment in tne various industries of tie nation until a sufficient duty shall be .levied by our gover'toient upon the products of other nations entering our por:, so as to enable the capitalists and employers of our wn country to engage in its various industrial branches of business and obtain therefrom therefrom a reasonable profit on their investment. investment. Fourth We believe that American employment employment of labor and an American standard standard rages can only be regained through the proceas of protection of American Industries Industries as against the cheap labor of Europe, Ala and Africa. . Fifth We believe that the problem of protection to our own industries, profitable Investment of capital and circulation of money by and through the employment of the wage earners of our country Is the vital ounation of the day, and not the free coinage of silver. And. be it Resolved. That the foregoing t published published in the city press.

Clipped from The Times-Picayune29 Jul 1896, WedPage 9

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)29 Jul 1896, WedPage 9
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