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Lowell Sun Newspaper Archives Mar 26 1903, Page 52

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Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - March 26, 1903, Lowell, Massachusetts All alive. Puoplo Alivo to the of conc that Bun us by therefore tuvo newspaper. It la known a Lowell s greatest newspaper. The Sun. Is to Rowlin in far Orvath people. Why because it can be relied upon to jew Belt Tod Timsic. Established 1878 Lowell mass. Thursday March 26 1903 12 pages one cent film -j3f 1 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 u9her greatest textile strife in the history not Only of Lowell but of All new England the six great 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 nci3y 8pindle3 will become a City of silence. And tonight the members of that Council each appreciative of the great re spon8ibil1ty will meet the great question before it discuss it manfully and Fin ally and take the vote that will determine the course of operates in thi8tchren18the Mill agents will operatives of Lowell a 10 per cent. Increase the of the last. Appeal to the agents at yesterday s conference. Iffy the operatives under them to at heir looms on monday ii in. And allure to comply with this order vill mean prompt discharge. Ii is drop Nile that similar orders will to Given in ii the Mills or Tomt notices of Siml in import will to Ponteix saturday. 1 to Nill agents seem to relieve that Enouch in tic operatives will Idisro rare the strikes i. Warrant in keeping Iho Mills open. I claims of Vilott Mills. Less conference. All morning a persistent Rumor has prevailed Down town to the effect that the agents had offered to Compromise by go Ulnic a 5 per cent the reporter Ron Down this Rumor in Short order and Learned that such a thing Hall not even been suggested. That the store keepers Are greatly worried Over the Prospect was evidenced by the fad hint they Clung to the report of the a per cent increase As a drowning Man would to a Straw. Pile wish was father to the thought and in All cases they were confident that the offered had Bee made and accepted. Such an offer has not made at this writing and the situation exactly on it was nil in Valtins Ullh toted breath the of Council this evening. To this Day main lain that they never made any Money by running them. Hut their general appearance the r Bank accounts real Emme and reluctance to give them up Belle their we is. Of Date years Many of Tho Corpora have abandoned the boarding they Kish Are in be on the Tremont Suffolk Law he snip the Mill agents for not granting the. Are owned residents of us us class Here have by associated Boston. March 6--although my Cotton Mills in almost i Lively by ton. of the. Inn do any statement on the conditions leading no to the strike of i he stockholders Iran Advance in Hod have said the Erc paying Good or two of them St on Iho Avera in fall Kulver o natives. Koine Kince the demand was fori Nul i Lowell w and that or.1 it least were As much As is Paul new Bedford or in other placed in nout Heru new. England and Western Massachusetts where a ten per cent adv Are made Lap Spring. A Man connected with Tho Boot Mills of Lowell slates that Hon corporation pays he Gliori wages than the overage of new England or Massa Mills. These claims were denied both by Tho Union Oln class and by the officials of the National textile organizations. In Mill circles. It is becoming More and More apparent that the trouble at Lowel is More than an Issue local to that oily. Tho officials of Mills in Northern n new England outside of Lowell and the or More opera Tives employed in them Are intensely interested in the outcome of the Ell struggle which 13 considered inevitable Tor it is admitted that the Lowell Standard largely governs the Che Dulo paid North of halon. Los Spring when m. C. D. Dorden. The owner of fall Luver Iron works made his spectacular movement in the print cloth Trade and by advancing wages pict Cully obliged All Southern now England to follow the manufacturers in Lowell. Iju Orenco. New Hampshire and Maine Mill towns did it follow Stilt. They Felt they said that they could not do it. Tho interests which control the Tjo Woll Mills largely control the Millet of Man Chester. Dover , it Bronco Gnu there. Tie president of one. A ration in the leading Factor in cerium new Hampshire Mills employing a total of nearly 1g.ooo hands. H ban Baen stated hint Tho employees in the Cotton lox Tyllo Industry of the North will in Goly rally to Tho support financially of their Lowell Brethren but j Irit Bow Strong to bar movement will develop is not Clear. The. Strike of Tho employees of Tho England Cotton yarn company in Kail hover now Bedford and Tunn Lon. Which if carried out an now seems Likely. P it thought divert or Oporto o f the funds of them no Union the most of line re Natlo iia us in the Industry. It la Nui How Over. That organized labor in Llo Spir Iwer full Euc pm Rosy Contr Lamto to Tho strike fund la Jowell. Accordine to the atlatl Stolcs o a Public of Lela. Who hns Heen of Falla in Lowell Tho total number of. Opo Rathven wlm would to directly Are Octel by a bar Leo 13 about about o whom Are Union Rhea state mint was a Surprise in it had Boen Lin de stood that Tho unions were much weaker. A Lai go proportion of the higher skilled help is said to to in Tho wll Llo Many thousands of weavers mostly women and Many in Tho Low wage clans Aro not. Nothing has developed to indicate that any Advance in wages will be made. Tho slate Hoard of conciliation and arbitration with waiting Pat Oatly today a outcome of events in Lowell. Their visit to that City wednesday was principally the Purpi Flo of looking Over the. Situa Tion and factors in the Case Tho Board will not what has been done National text Llo officers Tanaway and Albbert called at the House today and worn in consultation with Charles d. Palmer and pilchard p. Berry of the Hoard. Thu conc Wrono was secret and nothing could be Learned a to what sub Jeat Una scr consideration. Continued to Page two in Mineral los a per lev ,-ni.lil not do it lie consistent Bev should not be to Bic lip they Don l believe in paying taxes us til Mijic it a Renco. Merrimack and Hamilton Cor corporation hoarding House is one in which Mill operatives live the keeper of which is t lid five cents per Day for every woman working in the corporation who rooms at Tho . For every Day she works. The Price charged for women is so 5 for room and Board and this the woman must nay out of her earnings. While the corporation pays 30 cents and to the boarding House keeper item. Of be City does t compol n Smi Tony t compelled to increased yesterday s Cox Ferbeck. For three hours yesterday the Mill agents the two representatives of the National body of textile workers and the members of the local Council were in conference though no thing Side. Was brought out by either will follow after Bur Dick s m closed the purpose of the conference was to enable the National officers to hear i from the manufacturers them Piv the situation. March. To the understanding this Noti Hernoon that the in quest into the a Coll of Arthur u will to immediately funerals m it us Are charged per week for that the verdict in in not Burdock Case will ill after the close Over fifty years ago. Doctors took right hold of it. Keep their hold yet. The oldest Best Ayer s. Good for All the family. Kaon takes place one of Tho Cor the Loc Al representatives took no the part whatever in the proceedings the to n doa Runik Vrr n reporter the Mill authorities will withdraw their five cents any toward the Ftp loves and the latter will no Edt to cents per week for Board on the Iler Olmack corporation will be affected by Ine change. Heart in assessors office. A citizen who was in City a full this morning while in the assess Oral off co said i have been Reading with much interest about the Fujst Between the bs1 latin nil of Lect is alone addressing meeting. The conference availed nothing. Messes. Tansey and Albbert went to this indicated closely Allied the two tragedies Are the official mind. Been consider m what the ver the Burdick Case police Justice k of warrants at the naturally. There Able speculation diet is Likely to h tender the new has the right to close of an inquest n i murder Case in the event that the evidence brought out during the is Buffi to indicate the built of any Par Lar person with fluff Clent clearness to n Ako an indictment by funeral of Tho Filo Tenno Garlej took place this morning at i p o clock from her late Homo. 202 con Cord fit ret. And was largely attended by relatives friends of the. Deceased. The funeral cortege proceeded to the immaculate Conception Church where a solemn High mass of requiem was celebrated at o clock by rav. Lawrence j. Tyghe. O. M. I., assisted by Llev. John j Duffy. O. M. I., of the teak Hnry nov Llmer . James Dnn y. The choir which augmented for thu occasion was Tho direction of or. P. I. Ilag Gerly and mrs. P. I. Hak Cerv at Tho Organ. The Gre Gorian mass was Sung by Tho choir and at the ofor tory or. Darla Martin Ren pie after the Tim or. rendered ill Mel h find at the close of mass a St. Spirit War. Bung by the. Choir As tic remains were being Borno the Church the choir sing the a Mere was a profusion of Benu Alful and in evidence i lie following being Tho most non monent. Pillow of lilies Narf roses hear Long the in from the children

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