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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 7 May 1898

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Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 7 May 1898

INDUSTRIfII I I^R&bDOIYI. L PUBLISHED BY THE BROTHERHOOD ,r;>".. V-V- OP THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH Terms of Subscription: One Copy, One Year *• -00 :•„--, Six Months ■ .. „ Three Months '-'' To member* of Brotherhood Mc per year. EDISON, SATURDAY. MAY 7. 1898. r To Our Readers: We need no Introduction. We are old friends meeting, shaking hands in joyous recognition. We salute yon, comrades, knowing we have your salu tation ■, the same breath. And we are thinking the same thoughts. They have become familiar through constant interchange theao many months past, but they are fresh and new just as each ii. v. morning is. with fresh expectancy. And a new da} is dawning: a day of Brotherhood, we fully believe. Its earnest is in the warm hand-clasp of ihe "pioneer"' and the ''reserve, ' ie the swelling ranks of both. in the kindly words and glances and Inquiring tone.* that are more and more directed to the movement in which for so long a timo all our hearts have centered. But. t...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 7 May 1898

[ational Union Department ot j the B. 6. G. UADQHAI ITEHS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL HOARD OF TRUSTEES. rcsldcnt-REV. Mvhon W. Reed, ;.,. ..:...' ..Denver, Col „-rct.u N. W. Lrbmond...Edison, Wash casurer— Ml-sIIKI.KNM. Mason.. -.; .......Edison. Wash .„' a ' n j/,i-r—Rsv. Gko. Canokb Toledo, O ■•111- I'ltoF. Thank Parsons..Boston, Mass illtiir— RSV. W. H. Kaufman, Edison. Wash aster Workman— 0. H. SwjtOABT." _, '..*.".'. .Edison, Wash istributer-E. F. Nolan .....Edison, Wash National Secretary's Report. Eleven days ending Saturday, April I. IWft \)j/f xi " "' ■' ' '■ lew active members enrolled.. . GO resent total membership. . .3,171) [Note— Honorary members are per ms la sympathy with our movement, ho are enrolled on the payment of i cents. They have no vote and are 3 t required to pay dues, but do all ley can for the cause. Active mem •rs pay 10 cents monthly dues and c not charged any enrollment fee. hey are admitted on signing the rotherhood pledge.] COSTHIItimONS TO COLONIZATION...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 7 May 1898

&OUAL.ITY NOTES Edited by Mrs. Annie Billinasleu Our colonists are hard at work as usu.ii. anu reasonably happy and con tented, ''.'lie colony buildings are on a side 111!), surrounded by trees, and from the top of the hill, the bay and Bamlsh island can be seen. Farther distant are the snow.capped Olympic mountains, and resting on them are often seen the clouds. The scenery is beautiful: of course we appreciate the fact that we can not live on the beauty of the scenery, but in providing for the needs of our bodies we strive not to forget the love of the beautiful that should be fostered in our souls; for this life is more than food and clothing, and starved natures never fully expand. The vegetation is green continual ly, and near us are two fine springs from which the water lions cold and sweet. In time we expect to have a lovely place; but as even Koine was not built in a day, so we must expect to use time and patience In perfect lug the grounds. The colonists are mostly kind...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 14 May 1898

INDUSTRIAL FREEDOM Vol. I THE ERA OF ACTION. [Written for Industrial Freedom.] Although it may be difficult for the casual observer to discern a glimmer of light in the economic darkness of the western hemisphere, our European neighbors from their watch-towers are prophesying and anxiously waiting for America to make the advance step which shall shako off the fetters of des potism and bring the dawn of true lib ,.tv. They look upon America as the battle ground, the storm-center, of the elements which arc struggling for the emancipation of humanity, It is probable that our neighbors know us better than we know ourselves. They discern thut we arc .a people who act rather than debate: a people who rarely or never look at a question in the abstract, but who cross the bridges when they come to them. In other words, we are a practical people, less prone to construct ideals than to meet the exigencies of the hour with the most ready weapons at our command. There is reason to believe that t...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 14 May 1898

INDUSTRIE I FREEDOM. L PUBLISHED BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH Terms of Subscription: One Copy, One Year SI.OO Six Months 50 " " Three Months M T.. members of Brotherhood. 50c per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, MAY 14. 1898 OUR present war scare will not have been in vain if it secures liberty for Cuba and induces the ex-railroad attor neys who masquerade as our supreme court to declare an Income tax consti tutional. "J * * Anyone claiming to be a socialist but opposing colonization, which is now the only form of socialism practicable, is like the man of whom his son. said: ••Yes: father professes to be a Chris tian, but I don't think he Is working very hard at his trade just now." * * * Will Abolish Entail. A century ago Jefferson succeeded in abolishing, In Virginia, the Feudal law of entail whereby all th" father's landed Wealth descended to a favored son. Today socialists are arranging to abolish for every child an entail of rags, hunger and degrading want. The gr...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 14 May 1898

national Union Department ot tne B. 6. G. MITERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL board OF TRUSTEES. „,,M,lont-RBV. mykon W. Reed, Denver.Col leeretary— VV. Lermonii... Edison, Wash treasurer— Helen U. Mason.. 1 .....:..;..;. .......Edison. Wain 0 tkiii ',cr — Rev. Geo. Canoes Toledo, O „ „„_ i-ittiK. mum Parsons.. Boston, Mass Editor— W. H. Kaufman. Edison. Wash Master Workman—C. H. Swigakt.. A ." Edison. Wash Distributer-- E. Y. Nolan Edison, Wash National Secretary's Report. Two weeks ending May 7: \ C active members enrolled... 47 \ c honorary members enrolled 2 Present total membership... 3,221 r^oTE— Honorary members are per son? in sympathy with our movement, who are enrolled on the payment of in cents. They have no vote and are .not required 'to pay dues, but do all i they can for the cause. Active mem bers pay 10 cents monthly dues and. are not charged any enrollment fee. They are admitted on signing the Brotherhood pledge.] MEW LOCAL UNIONS ENROLLED. Members. Buffalo No. 11 of New ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 14 May 1898

BQIIAbITY NOTES Edited by Mrs. Annie Billinrjslcii •tin: BLIGHT OF TUB WEST. [Bj George Savage, Equality Colon In the beautiful land of the West, By the mountain, the river and sea; Tae land the Creator has blest The home of his children to be, "Where the mild summer days of delight Arc cooled by its life-giving breeze: "Where the fruits of its shores never blight 'Neath the shade of its evergreen tree-. "Where the sea with its beautiful isles: The heather, (he mountain and lea; The canyons, the gorge defiles. And the rivers rush down to the sea. 'Tis there that the patriot dwells Who often has battled for life; And many the tales that he tells Of hopes, of conquest and strife. By mountain and forest and stream, By ocean-swept currents amain. "Where glaciers do glitter and gleam. That are -wept by mild torrents of rain. "J" -■;■'•' ■ " To this changeful, diversified land a legion of yeomanry came. By the aid of a diligent hand To raise i: to glory and fame. .And fair were their pros...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 21 May 1898

ffl llllrJk ll ILVB^ "W"^. IIP 11 111 ' MiilJli ipn|| «.«« jamm i7-^ \% Vol. I BROTHERHOOD SONG. [Air— "Slide, Kelly. Slide."] MBS?JOSEPHINE 1.. CHURCH. Come, friends, and listen to a tale That will fill your hearts with glee; There' is one spot yet left on earth Where worklngmen are free. Chorus: Fly! Brothers. Fly! You know you have no place; l-'ly! Brothers, Fly! Where work is no disgrace. For if your job has failed you, And the copper has not jailed you. The Brotherhood will take you; ■ • So Fly! Brothers, Fly! No boss or landlord there you meet- No mortgages nor debt: Anil the fruit of all your toil is yours, And that is better yet. V Chorus If there you go with willing hands, And hearts devoid of greed, You'll lind a home to cull your own, With everything you need. Chorus- No slavish toil awaits you there;— No rent you'll have to pay: lis only just to do your share For an equal share each day. Chorus So, brothers, come, and let us go And help to swell the throng. And make an o...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 21 May 1898

INDUSTRIfII I FR£t,Dorvi. L PUBLISHED BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH Terms of Subscription: One Copy, One Year It.oo Six Months 60 " " Three Months 95 To members of Brotherhood, Soc per year. EDISON. SATURDAY, MAY 21? 1898 Railway corporations quite Incon sistently' oppose free coinage of silver while favoring a.rate of 10 to I: that Ie they charge express companies an average of }ie a pound, while the people have to pay. lor postal matter, 8c a pound, or sixteen times as much as the express companies. £i ►*■« »it A Modern Parable.—Your neighbor is i rushed by circumstances which he cannot control, but which you can . help to alter. If you pass by to your money-getting business, wherein do yon differ from the priest and Levitt who "passed by on the other Bide," leaving the wounded man to die? Yet this is the daily practice of millions who prof ess to be following the good Samaritan. # * >& ._„ The Only Sure Basis of Liberty — Great liberty comes only from...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 21 May 1898

lational Union Department jADQTJABTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL HOARD OF TRUSTEES. ihident— Rev. Myron W. Reed. Denver, Col -i-'etary N. W. Leiimonii.Kdison. Wash ■asurer—Miss Helen m. mason.. ;.'...-..'.... Edison. Wash i zl . r _H,KV. Geo. I'ANIIEK Toledo, O 111- I'KIIK. FRANK Parsons..Hoston, Mass tttir— Ksv. W. H. Kaufman. Edison,Watih „tcr Workman—C. H. art..- Edison, Wash (trlDUtcr—E. F. Nolan Edison, Wash itional Secretary's Report. [.'or six days ending May 13: >w active members enrolled... 10 •w honorary members enrolled 1 •esent total membership 3,231 NOTE Honorary members are per ns in sympathy with our movement, in arc enrolled on the payment of cents. They have no vote and are ,t required to pay dues, but do all ey can for the cause. Active mem rs pay 10 cents monthly dues and „ not charged any enrollment fee. ley are admitted on signing the rotherhood pledge.] NEW LOCAL UNIONS ENROLLED. Members. iringport No. " of Michigan 12 ncinnati No. 17 of Ohio RECEIPTS IN COLON...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 21 May 1898

CO-OPERATIVE INSURANCE. / We now have over $5,000 worth of property liable to destruction by fire. Such loss would seriously cripple our work. In a few weeks we will have a system of waterworks affording much protection. At present we have no protection at all. Hence we call on each of our more than 3,000 members to subscribe for as many of the *1 shares of Insurance fund as he can pay on abort notice. No money is to be paid in: but in case of lire each will be called on in proportion to the amount of his Subscription, Send ill your letters a! once, stating how much you will take. We don't want to pay extortionate rates to the old-line companies, and so ask our own members to carry this risk on their own future homes. There will thus tie no expense at all. except in ease of less, and then merely enough money to replace. N. W. LEBMOND, See. Helen m. Mason*. Tree*. C. 11. SWIGEKT, M. W. E. Y. NOLAN, Distributor. W. H. Kaufman, Editor. J&QUAbITY NOTfcS Edited bu Mrs. Annie Billincs...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 28 May 1898

INDUSTRIAL FREEDOM Vol. I tub People Should own the Railroads. A United states Senate Document Reveals the Methods by which the Railroads Defraud tin- People. Public Ownership and Operation of the Roads would Save Millions of Money and Prevent Corruption. There is much talk concerning the 1,000,000 annual deficit of the postof ■ department, the railroads and their .•mis urging that postal rates should increased to cover this deficit. The ts given below will show that, on • contrary, the rates are now far too ;h: that the railroads charge the .pie Sixteen Times as Much transporting the mails as for trans ting similar weights of express mat the same distances.and, in addition, irge an annual rental equal to over per cent, of the cost of the ears. /Otters at one cent for each half ice and merchandise at 1 cent a md would bring abundant revenue make the department self-sustaining, the people owned the railroads and •rated them in the interests of the rkers, instead of, as at present, th...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 28 May 1898

INDUSTRIfII I PK&tsDOrvi. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH Terms vi Subscription! One Copy, One Year -' .00 Six Months a" Three Months -'"> T.i members of Urotlterhooi. R.ik- ... ear. EDISON, SATURDAY, MAY ::-. ISI>B "INDUSTRY AND FRUGALITY." The first Issue of "Industrial Free dotn," published by the co-operative colony of Kdison. has been received and-isdisappointing in thatit contains no attacks on the government; capi talists, or the- successful business man. In using the word disappoint ing it must be qualified with the ex planation that .such organization!" often teach principles against all. government, and especially hostile to the industrious man who by careful management and frugality has built up a fortune that is the envy of his shiftless neighbor. The Kdison colony, if ... lirst issue of its paper, can be taken as an Index, has .l.ii- aims than to tear down in hopes of build ing itself up on the ruins of other men. May suc...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 28 May 1898

National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL, BOARD OF TRUSTEES, president— Mykon W. Kki.h. Denver, Col Secretary— W. Lkumond...Edison, Wash Treasurer— Miss Ilia.en M. Mason.. Edison. Wash Orßiniz Key. Geo. Can nun Toledo, l) Dean-I'ItOF. Frank Parsons.. ton, Mann Editor Ray. W. 11. Kaufman. Edison, Wa li Master Workman— C 11. s.vn.urr.. Edison. Wash Distributer— E. P. Nolan Edison, Wash National Secretary's Report. •-,.;- week ending Friday, May 20: New active members enrolled... 17 New honorary members enrolled 4 Present total" membership 3.252 , [Note— Honorary members are per sons In sympathy with our movement, who are enrolled on the payment of p. cents. They have no vote and are not required to pay dues, but do all they can for the cause. Active mem bers pay 10 cants monthly dues and are not charged any enrollment fee, The.y are admitted on signing the Brotherhood pledge.] MEW LOCAL UNIONS ENROLLED, Members. Denver No. 0 of Colorado Ill: Bin* IN COLONISATION ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 28 May 1898

| EQUALITY COLONY NOTES § m Edited b'J MRS. ANNIE. B!LL!!\GSI.E>y. # I .*-ft- ,V',» P'epy for these columns must h- handed to Mrs. Annie Bllllngsley. at *Jp X Eiuatlty.' not later ■■an 10 o'clock Friday morning. 1 tfjk *«¥ " " ™ .iii saw %*# »*;» -£# »'lv »i* *■** -fii- «#*> -I- »■**.»■s-•.j*te *G«.--t- »•-. sfti-tl- -fli,>'*.'• ■--I'tjitijtfiLji'i.j&ik GOOD NEWS SPREADS O'ER THE LAND. (Tune— Good Sews Comes o'er the Sea] MRS. ANNIE LAURA MC'DONALD. Good news spreads o'er the land. Despite the war with Spain: Each socialistic land Will join tin- glad refrain: We'll spread the tidings wide. All o'er our -unite land: We'll send them o'er the tide. Beyond lie shores of sand. Choi Rejoice, rejoice, Good news spreads o'er the land; Rejoice, rejoice, Good news spreads o'er the land. The socialistic light In splendor shines today. Where naught but darkest light. •Shrouded the poor man's way. Brave men have heard a cry. That tilled their hearts with woe: "Come .... us el we die...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 4 June 1898

INDUSTRIAL FREEDOM LOVE AND HATE. — From "Civilization Civilized." ,dl had a vision, -a large plain hint away into the distance, and ice -aid. "Behold!" and I saw the , covered with people, across ie brows I saw the legend, "HATE" om the concourse rose sobs and j» as flames rise from a pit. and c were women with babes at Ishe.l breasts, and others of hor ibaldry who joined men in an un liable feast, and youths of pale premature age working out gs of terrible import. Virgins Bring virginity. wrinkled hags ;hanilisingbabes. And there were habitations; places of festering gs, whose atmosphere hung thick putrid germs, where lepers led within its shadow and laugh ith cavernous jaws. And from factories everywhere arose great Is of steam, and dust and heat a up from countless serfs, who ; and made and made, yet who r reached nearer the possession that they made. Their faces c of unutterable sufferings, and ■ their brow-, a- across the ■of all, I read the legend, "HATE" am out this scene of...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 4 June 1898

INDUSTRiftI'; PUbUSHBO WEEKLY 3Y THE, BSOTHtnHOOO OP THE CO-OPERATIVE COMKONWEALTH: Terms ol .Sulwiriiiti'im Oi"- <V;>.v. i-n, 'i-e *!.i).ij Six .s(l' ■ ' ;•■ roe Moutli^.;- '• .55 ] IIDISOX, SATURUAA . U MX '. ■' - B'JME EUNDAMEHTALS. i. All ;-'tivei-t).nuiiit must I c ftirciblf; pill 1,. '".■■ iMtfieiefU jWt ' :...'...ere ;':;., mereli '.vdvis.-';.'.lft',l (he !■.,,., -.;....: i eWTJC i'-eni Ihepi.up!.. i:ov.-i ,„..,. i,.r ffovn ihe wijnico'of a t-j ■■■.. 2, V'vl ci- hvvsVre :;':.::i.i;':il. «:..,:.. Is uej'TM, WC -lioiiW Hi-;.! tl en, i:n! by tft i ■cci. li-jtl?;l'a'_itm? leic.,:,. Iv ivtiia.hitc. propiivjional wfiii.vjiiWtiph', <•:..:., seimrii on -;: rind r.ol .'-..• ::'• -v. hin-Z ..!' hoi- Rl'ld e v "er->. H'.e;' „::•. Ivislino nnurch'i v.hicli ii i .'.'.. „, , 3-,i..:v.; :■ [iftratiise. i rf»d '.:<,. ■■ !i .i.,'l Is!) us ■;•:.-. rr,;u , ; ;id' pnuit-. &{v liurgjary al 'I ■■:• lit! ,-<- tyrm't til i-oi-b is!',. I3Eiihinsou Cru.-a-it' i'buhl do ms re. k'-...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 4 June 1898

National Union Department) ! * lIrIADQUAIITF.r.IH, EDISON, WASH. "' , - ■'-'" v XATION'.AI,-IiO.MtD . IF TRUSTEES. I>rt*tdcnt—Ri:v, Mvuon '.'. . Keko,, .....,,....'.... ' .. .. Denver, Col Secretary-^N.AV. TjUkmomi'..-.Edison, Wash 'J'rcii-iirer—iMiss llb!,i-> M. MASON.. ......: ... Edison. Wash t);-sf.itil::ti r— If.v. <:K<•! »i ■■i-.k .. .Toledo ■'■ l»i'Ti!i--I*ftoe. Fmank iMitst ins.. Boston, Mass X iitnr—KltV. V?. 11. X AUFM.VN, Kdison,Wash Mailer „.,... L". 11. Swiuaht.. ' :....'. ....Edison, Wash DN'.riliutor—E. I. N in...., Edison, Wash National Secretary's Report. For six days ending Thursday. May _'i: New active. members enrolled... o-~> New honorary 'members enrolled 4 IFi'Cser.t total member-hip 3.200 [NOTK- Honorary members art per ■sons iii sympathy with our movement, who are &prolled on the payment 01 .10 cents.' They have no tote and are •not:■ required to pay dues, liut do all they can .... the, cause. Active mem ber? pay., 10 cents monthly dues an...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 4 June 1898

■7j¥^?^'£^?^T^T*#«^*s"|T~jr'isT its O* ••.♦r-i».» 'i*.« -.♦.« -i#.»H? #iP»* tl* its I 'EQUALITY COLONY NOTES f iJ-5 Edited by MRS. ANNIE, BILLINGSLEY. # 1$? ICupy for then* columns must be handed to Mrs, Annie QUllngsley. at flp »»» Etiuality, not later than ID o'clock Friday morning. 1 2 T|P " ■ ™ "(?.!»?'*;??<?^T~»*i|?t»s'?)s*»T"»T's«?-t«s '*.« i*> *"** i»i> -i».« i*.« -1».» ilsi**"^»~ —We understand that it will not be long until we bate a steam laundry. We bad all the radishes we could eat Sunday (or dinner: also Tuesday even for supper. —Mr. Ellis of rails City, Wash., and Mr. Gibbons of California, are visiting here, with a notion to join later: also Mr. Fostermun of Nebraska. — If our colonists wish for a lovely walk let them follow any of the roads and up and down the•, railroad or tho road to the sawmill; they are beautiful. —Mr. Cochran of California was ad mitted as a member to the .-ninny on Saturday. We are glad to welcome all who come to us as good members, as...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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