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Lowell Sun Newspaper Archives Mar 26 1903, Page 1

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Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - March 26, 1903, Lowell, Massachusetts All alive to Puoplo Are nude to the fact that Tho Sun 1 produced by live newspaper maa and in therefore a like new Yapor. It in known As Lowell s greatest newspaper. The Sun is steadily growing in favor with the people. Why because it 1 can be relied upon to give Best and latest Newi every time. Est Abl a sized 1878 Lowell mass. Thursday March 12 pages one cent conference of National textile officers and Mill agents unions have already voted to Force the strike seems inevitable unless the unexpected happens Between now and the closing of the week next monday will usher in the greatest textile strife in the history not Only of Lowell but of All new England. The six great u unions comprising the textile Council which handles the affairs of All have voted without dissent to Force the Issue and tonight the Council itself will take final action upon the matter. It Only remains for the textile Council to say the word and on monday next the great hives of Industry will cease to hum and the world s greatest City of noisy spindles will become a City of Industrial silence. And tonight the members of that Council each appreciative of the great responsibility will meet the great question before it discuss it manfully and Fin ally and take the vote that will determine the course of operatives in this crisis. Then the Mill agents will have from Friday until monday to reconsider their refusal of the demands of their employees and if they so elect they Cam Avert the calamity by granting the Mill operatives of Lowell a 10 per cent. Increase the last diplomatic card was played by the unions yesterday when the officers of the National textile associate an of America met the agents in a fruit less conference. The last Appeal to the agents at yesterday s conference. Yesterday s coffer in cd. For three heirs yesterday afternoon inc Mill agents the two representatives of the National body of textile workers unit the members of the local Council were in conference though no shins new " As brought out by either eel so thai there could to no ugh hour Nas Sunn the result the urts made known an operative in nil of remarks stated that to had Volckm strike but now would move dial the vote made unanimous. Motion Kak carried amid will be held in i Oom flits Hall i. . The meeting is called by a committee of the Craft. Ten j i cent. Olt xot1hxg. Ave will have rent or we will have untiring at is an of i Bill was freely Milo it last no fit Anil altho sikh of the conference was in As a matter of Courtesy to the National a Psi Jav Tansey and Hub Bart. Present at the on Forence a tonal president Yansey. National Secretary lib Bart and messes. Corny. Del Gaii Ashton and Mcdonald of the. Report of the United textile workers Council. It was decided a meeting of the carders employed in tie yarn Mills in this City on Friday evening in Inion Tell when reports of ibo Confer ence and recent meeting of tin ignited textile workers will lie Ulm addresses Mado in English French Tinl portuguese. Lla Llota will be Ulvi ii out Ami an in formal Voto taken on Llie of a Ulrike. Or not. Lawrence Union will Cilvik Aid to , lira Tivko. Him 101 , in Kivel 13. Mass. March to accordance with the Voto it the Law rence Leotilo Union Llie Sei it Tai a Rietl la be Secretary of the Union tendering Ilna Ciai and moral Poi t. I Lic impression which tins Kone Alu had thai the Loial Talon bad Volf a to ask for in Advance of 10 per rent. If air Noons to Oil Leilh of to Union. The textile have tile of ill in of this City alms Ole Bitti Alion there is followed with nun i inter out. For it is believed thai like 0111 Conie will have import nil on the i Oill tons in sithi a Manu Racli ins Ami magic a i i of the i Llori he look ii a Rutial position Alt touch America came morning paper says falsely lit Uroil Liat it is no business of strike ours. If the operatives in other speeches wore made by Sintic the United textile Lei who i in Hie workers will Sive them their mip Purt. 01 i 1 in idlers Assi Calion ,10 her to a pros Cpl Sircal textile Cou Llull Ond agents John Hawley and give som Worth. Moulton. To iowan. . In or. Tan a s words were in keeping wll be jul Lili the of the the local Union is made of of i of the mule Spilioj re i a Erri. Machine h Woid Sorters Union. The next meet milk will to hold to stay april 7. re Volos into a of importance. New Wojik. Mat1. in quest was resumed today and it is j believed will end during the afternoon i unless Igloo til for Sci Millonis should i ill the examination of wet i Nesses. Mrs. .1. In Hull Mother of mrs. Dick Rev. M. Powers pastor of like Church of the Messiah Wilch the Bui Dicks attendee and ally chemist i i. Hill have been subpoenaed. The of mrs. Hull where ill at variance with that of Muk Murray the Cook and others a Chi Roa Vui for her recall to inc witness Mand. I he Hev. Or. Powers recently made a so element liver his signature de fending null and fice Ustik pen Uell Miheli dead of tin murder of in Rdick. It is Salii however that it is not so much on account of this a that he " As Kuulii Tenneil but because lie was Hurdick i pastor. He knew he murdered Man Well. Our Willcu. It is said had talked to him ills troubles and of fennel Nyrl eve of Llie it Lars 1 in null had written u mrs. Bull Volt. Ii11i has Llie formal report on the contents of Burdick s stomach struck Witch we. Connerty injured in Railroad Yard William conic ily. Resins at of Here it lid Eric played by the Koaton Mulne Rel Road had Etc cafe fro i Keliik killed in the this inure link. He jumped on. A moving freight Loide Down the Ynnel and Lille huli lil or n to one of the handles is hat. Wow Iff. In an attempt in Rescue Lils hat he. Earned out and Nti Ucol a Init. Not with enough Force to throw him rom the car. A soon As the Freer it slopped he managed to off tie Aken to the Hosp uni. Where it wan found that he jihad. . One on his Flefil hip Ami Mother on the Richt ankle. It took seven stitches to close the wounds. Them no Protection from the Lioard of at the request of til it body. It Uili will return later and for. Ill Iberl in probability will locale Here. At Empl of the Mill agents. Phis be. Ever though the situation is. And trouble is ahead the trouble is common to All there no particular in Var against this one body and nil the Union is strength born Ace and Harmony. To hold mass meet Jug Tomor Row kk5i1t. Is Inners met. The mule spinners Union met last evening and voted unanimously to inc if so ordered by the i Tiv Otti Tjok. Textile Council. I very member of the Union in Eood the textile Council will meet tin health was present and the meeting evening and discuss "1c situation Tor was m session until 11 o clock. J the. Last time before taking final action. The first Lon forcing the Issue six unions in the Council mass., re live come Mitlee of the card Cis Iii Iii met last evening and Serif in o a report of the recent can with or. Anil also a n me is me six i "11 ordered carried by a Vole of 1751 voted As individual unions 10 Force the promptly Issue if so ordered by the Central Hunt unanimous. of Janis Little doubt As to 1 the vote was or the National officers Sec sri. J Council will do this evening and Albbert. Were present and received of next monday. I warm j h event of Tho unions remaining Moth made speeches on the a Malion. R. The of my , who tire each studiously re Fraynert they jul run their Mills if committing himself for or is asst a Cal in hem to that or Var urged the a Loo to strike and if an go Otic in 10 Feol Over he of financial support. This Brand As a deliberate falsehood by officials of the textile Council. The ballot taken waa a secret one and Nono know How his neighbor Vot caught a gears. A Stii fisc i at Hamilton m1w.s. In Yin n a move a. Of Cifuni Trio g Sari ii of a. The lir Conen Luul the Maize Node in ii m pulled in he Nares a of Jones by i n i in til i Lork a tit i kit Ilu Bulun Short in n Cluck. Funerals Lindy of of Siadys ire. Clark who died it the Home of he . Or. And mrs. Edward Clark mass. March 24. Was for warded to cily yesterday after noon and burial was in the Idso cemetery win re Icv. S. T. off Sci a cd it the grave. Undertakers i h Koo charge. W. C. Piper and Adolphus Al Ricley of Pelham had a narrow escape from injury Uballe on Riding yesterday afternoon. The men started from their Home in Ihm. In Landing to to to i. A but when they Eracli in inc no ii a Onur and Alle pled to turn to the list Llie bridle broke a my. The Hirsi Ilas Lueil Down tin Road toward Lith men acre rom Chr Wagon Rind p a lived watch cd and Bruins. The vehicle was in to splinters. Tin Hor a. Was caught Hornc Down the Road. But no charge is lodged against him a fire in die Hill Block Tyler Stavft Shirliy after Midnight i Ros Keo in arrest of in pcs Liy optic of Jon s now at Rit Nilon. Ami Allsho Jigli tin re is 1 Chirac As yet made Ngn Insl him. To Iii in us is Obj a i tul to it sult j Chr cure permanently any Case . A than or deafness by the life of lib Reat discovery Volvo Gas. Funeral of farm j. In i iced cyst Friday Tiona ii Nolor k n t. Iier into Ifa t roof. Flow. F k. I1 g fired Lori l anti nun Xin Ina Vil . The hearers were Charles timing Allut tills remedy Tel Long what k. Jain Sou. Frank p. Crown. Edward it will or hand and . There was i a profusion of Flowers Anil the burial was in i Dunn cemetery. Undertaker j. It. Weinlick in charge. I Recai Jis Lover i at . T waste your time or. Ii or worm no. Lull ju3l advice to ail. Peacock. I in inc. I of than .jh3c of 9 rooms near Mills ?1? to Cullars 5 Elm Street. Social and fraternal Reliance , no. 2. Oiler of the Star of Ducth Lehm. It the regular last Llie follow ing Oil Coral for lie three months ensuing Comman Jer Melvyna s. Fraser vice commander. Anette to. Ftp skis chaplain. Elvira k. Of Ladwik Ellie treasurer. Eni a .7. Cli , sir Henry c. Flamer Luchard Insi Ile s. Linol rns Helle. C. My a Mtrtle Sentinel sir John c. Ivers trustee Mary a. Haul s Barber Schoot. So Wash Ireton Street. Run Len i before july to want Barlow a or country and beaches we fit you july Fly instructor constant practice. Lottery p. Par Soful reliable Man to. Lako a Lorec of our to illness in mid Aimes Comly salary Anil paid. North Jersey nurseries Springfield. Coat makers also pants and Var makers at once All or nil dress . To main st., Njal Iua. N. H. Wanted at 14 Columbus n. Woman to do table work find an let House Onu to go Home pre Fol Tell

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