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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 9 January 1913

[MIG HT IS R IGHT |O i I PerIOr anizaCion Ls oo THTE UMBERJ Co "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL" VOI, , I I. ALEXANDRIA, LA., THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1913. NUMBER THE STRIKE AT MERRYVILL The strike at .lcrrvville is still on. It has been on sixty days now. The boys still have the plant closed down tight. Nothing but starvation can whvip them, and this is the game the Association i, trying to, play. TO ARM.S, YO(I REIELS! 'his %trike at Merryville ia a batl to maintain rights old cr than o rtanized s')ciety its'lf . In forcTing it the Iiuml ber Kings have chalrlenge civilization itself. for the strike was brought on hv the order of the American I ,umber C'ompanv discharging every man who w\as in any way, even as a wit nces., connected \ ith the defense in the (;rahow trial. For this o,rder the I'nion-hatin.g Santa Fe Railroad is responsi PEONAGE AT MERRY VILLE .We understand that certain imaginary officials of the imaginary State of Louisiana have denied that anything even I savoring ...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 9 January 1913

THE LUMBERJACK Education WaW Freedom in Organization 0VW s- Industrial Emancipation . Democracy PJublihcd W\ee kly by Nationa:tl Inil- trl.d Union oi Itrest and tI,mtber \\'orker.. Southelwrn D)istrict. BIox t \I. :X \\IfRI \. 1,O('ISIANA. COVINGTON HALL, Editor. Yearly Inited States ------------------------------------------$1. Six Months, United States ---------------------------------------- .50 ,reg.in Y.\arly --1.51) ~irtI gnt t art l Nr . -er ( pv in --- ia--- ---- ---------------------------- _ 1.5 tingle Orderl , Pcr (opy t in l'.tnada - 021' Itundlle ()r.lcr. I'er Copy (in IUnited Stas)------------------------ .I)2 Single Copics .. .. ....------------------- - ---......---- --- .05 Cash mnt accmpan;y all ,rder,. NATION.\T, INI)t'STRIAI. UNION I)F F:(R IS'i' .\ND 1.lMItI,-11I \ )OR K EI :-' Southern District. District ]l(altlttuarter -.-.. . _I1 4 c;o,ul .\\venue, . xandria, I.,ouisiana A..IL. nlerson, t ------ _----------------;clteneral ( rganizer Southern I),strict .la ...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 9 January 1913

Our dear brethren! our children! G(od has ordained us to govern yVou. I'cp!lc: Slh,o us vour credentials tiorn (od! l itc ,ts: o), hilust Ira\c laillt ; rct.lil lea  s a ',traV. cop .: ), 1) 0 gt'o\ crl \\ utiHout t.icnOn I'riets: ( ,I rnunIarinds peatc! Religion prestcribes o c PIriests: tlut; Ltlilng i, tih,- lusitc ', if this worldi. People: Show ui, the examplc. Priests: \W oui \()u live without goIs 'or kings? l'4oplc: \We woult live w\ithiout oIppIe5.)is s. Priests: You ImuMt have imeliators, intetrcessor-S. People': \rtediators with (od anrd the king! (Courtiers, preachers anid priests, Fiiour services are too expeinsiveC; we will herIce'ortlih mIanage (our own affairs. And the little group sai: \We are lost! the multitudes are enlighitened. Andt tilhe pI eople anii \\ere' : 1'"li aire ;t e; sin'ce wte are en liightlteied we will cni ruit i,, \lileict'e w onlyV claim our rights. W e feel ir ellnt'ein , blut \\c \wili forget them. W e were slave. we mi ight cim imandiu...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 9 January 1913

THE POWER OF ORGANIZED LABOR. -0- A hbold for wo,rkers had been working in a mill for sev eral year: and as the conditions had been continually .becom iI \\csý( the men ,lctiiled to take some steps to embetter their (,9(1rti infs. l' tIhey l rmed a union and then looked around to f ntl the het way t(4 organize so as to get the greatest amount of i,,xcr \%itl, the fewest number of men. They of course Salitllctd ill thile nirle, but there were some who were skilled and be ;usc they \\ere they would not join the union, so all that wasi ti the unionii \\a the unskilled workers, both whites and hblac ks. 'Ilhen Inie icay when the hboss was worse than ever and all the Im'enl ca mhiIe tcgether and said they needed more \vages for V\,orkin!s till ;tu I sl aave-driver. They thei proceeded to elc t ta spoke,isall and finally Bill Jones, a lumber piler, was chi,.en to iill the position. JIines went up to the hioss and said : "We need more wages for ii1 w\vork do we can provide for our familie...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 16 January 1913

THE LUMBERJCK "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL" VOLI\IE I. MIGIT IS RIG;IIT. ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913 TRUTH CONQUERS. N05, ATTENTION! 1'tev"'rv rn"n.r of Ith Tao i niu'ii KIE,'w iii"riiI,~r ; w""."1 Inf ru Ith. ''r'.rniruz titiin aIIIEI Inll les I1II;n ;i a v'r" wi' wVi( l havi' tIill l,ui ulrl~r I ralust rv on-,:u m/9'9l from fit, (II Ie' .. I NeI \1."ox II uIl. ,\1.1.'l ()/".'Iii 111 411 the k.', .'1(' \011111 to ;1 t 1'';1% Don't 'I'iuill.i1' +,\ ul.Sr." E95 "9 Il1 I!\~ l', 111.'1''. Don't I:"i 19999l· ili(· l,\ 11991' 5 'hars all! r''r 1st. 1i1; Don't ii KI 1 911111L9 \ K l 1' ;I hiut it uiit Un il t {1.' I lijilf gYi\ I'. i l i.'iu lviii. 9' t l99Kn'. Don't BE A MAN! 11.'11, w 9 itiidit 11 19.1 169K I' 119 911611 .el' :nlr" "''lass! R"'EIt "I'll.' Luvuva 119115 at El tho' t ruthI. BE A MAN ! 'I lits suvitli The. 1. \',. W\. S~trikl' ('"euvvvit 0 t t'". STRIKE NEWS FROM THE PEONITY OF MERRYVILLE ( u r several 4*l l~tier"44144lit1 .%) andfll nronnnl ...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 16 January 1913

THE LUMBERJACK Education Freedom in Organization ( %'V s¶4<) Industrial Emancipation 4 Democracy' P'uilihii' \We(kly ,y Nati ,nal Iu.iiil I'ihn (,f Forest and ILumber \W orkers, Southeru I)i.iil t. SBox 7s o A.I.IXA. \NI RI\. I./t 'l \l.\NA. COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Yearly United States -------------------------------------------$1.00 Six Months, United Sta-------------------------------- -------- .50 Foreign Yearly -------------------------------------------------. 1.50 Bundle Orderr, Per Copy (in Canada) .-----------------------------...........02% Hundle Orders, I'e Co 'oy (in Unitcd States)------------------------ .02 Single Copies --.-------------------------------------------------- .05 Cash must accompany all orders. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL UNION )1F :FOREIST AND LUMBER WORK ERS-Southern l)istrict. District Headquarters ------------1194 Gould Avenue, Alexandria, Louisiana A. L. Emerson-------------------------(;General Organizer Southern District Jay Smith-...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 16 January 1913

COMING BACK SOON-ARTHUR L. EMERSON AND WILLIAM D. HAYWOOD. Organize! Get Ready' for Dates! -----0---- II avwood is now lecturing and organizing for the Pacific (, ,t I)istrict of the NationraIndustrial I 'nion of Forest and IL umber \VWorkers. while Emerson, who reports his hearth Imuchl improvedl. is \\ rking thru a Southern section, building a ha k-fire under the lAssociation. Both report a great awak- I (ilmilg amonig the lun icrjat ks and sa' they are receiving calls firm forest workers :verywhere to cmni,, and help them or ganiZe. In the present month the office of the Southern l)is trict has received. letters from every State in the South, from I New Mexico to Virginia, asking for information about the I nion and how to go about organizing. Several new locals have been chartered and tile Union has at last, thanks to the \ssociation's rifles at (,rahow, which sent the Union's mse ,,age against peonage shricking thruost the world, spread far beyond the Sultanate of John llcnrv ...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 16 January 1913

TOUGH ON THE HOUNDS. "('IIARIJE4STOWN, W. VA., Nov. 23. -The activity o,f the soldiers who, with bloodholluils, have been trailing suspect e(d disturlers thlimourch the mountains of 21 the mrartial law ri.ion of the Kanawha (; coal tieldi. resultedl early ttodlay in the capture near l.,eewood, W. Va., of a man T whoise lnamle is g.ivwen as king. He was wanted in conc'.tion with the. attack it on a military trail last Friday. when i Enginee'r ilankensshil, was shot." r' The above pre'ss dispatch was carried in nearly all the great (!) daily news- tl papers. Needless to say, the kept writ- t ers made no adverse conmnent on this highly e.ivilized method of hunting down mtenlbers of the Miners' Union, who had displeas'ed their mastirs by going on a strike a,.ainst. starvation wa,.es and the brutal deeds of the ('oal Trust's hyena gunmen, several score of whom hit the dust for their infamous crimes against the ruitiners. As fior us,. we' eXlpe't'ld lino mIlorie of the "patriot '"" imilit...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 23 January 1913

Organization Is Power THE LUMBERJACK "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL" V1)I,111\I, !. 1I1 ;JI'I.;IS RI(ºIl'I' ALEXANDRIA, ILOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1913 * TRUTH CONQUERS * NO. 3. Capitalists Scared Crazy Chicago, Ills., Jany. 23rd, 1913. Mr. Jay Smith Alexandria, La. Authorities in Ta'ipa, Florid:r, arrested and imprisoned I. W. W. members in Campaign to dcstr ,y organization. Give publicity. VINCENT ST. JOHN, G. S. T. The above dispa:tch was received just as we were going to press, but we stopped the presses to get it in and to call on all rebels to do all in their power for these outraged fellow workers. The authorities of Tampa are as shameless a gang as ever served the murderous Southern Oligarchy and all working men should rise against them and their brutal masters, the Spanish Buccaneers who own the Cigar Fatctories of the accursed City of Tampa, and compel them to take their gorilla hands off labor's throat. DO IT NOW, TODAY! WORKMEN, UNITE! The dispatch brings g...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 23 January 1913

THE LUMBERJACK Education Freedom in Organization as. nladustrial Emancipation . Democracy Publ)shed Weekly I,y National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern I)istri t. Box 78 AIEXANI)RIA, II)U' IANA. COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Yearly United States -------------- -----------------------------$1.00 Six Months, United States -------.......--------------------------------.. .50 Foreign Yearly ------------------------------------------------- 1.50 Bundle Orders, Per Copy (in Canada) ..--..........-------------------------- .02 Bundle Orders, Per Copy (in United States) ...--------------------..... .02 Single Copies ----------------------------------------------------- .05 Cash must accmpany all orders. NATIONAl, INDUSTRIAL UNION OF: I:()ORST AND IUMB1:R WORKERS-Southern District. District Headquarters ------------1194 Gould Avenue, Alexandria, Louisiana A. L. Emerson....--------...---.....------------General Organizer Southern D)istrict Jay Smith--.......

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 23 January 1913

just as much per man as that of his richer neighbor. That was then. BUT NOW?, I shall not follow the rapid tralnsition of the old W\ooden mould board plow to the up-to-date high power Mogul gas oline tractor engine, gangs that are turning fifty-five furrows 14 inches wide, at the rate of an acre every four minutes; nor of the little hand sickle with which v\e cut our grain; nor of the hand flail with which we threshed it, t, the reaper that cuts a fifty-foot swath, that is pushed in front o,ga big tractor engine, and the big threshing machine drawn by the same engine, that cuts and threshes a l~ndred and forty acres per lday; nor from the old wooden tooth harrow to the modern disk harrow hitched behind a tractor engine that thoroughly pulverizes forty acres per day; nor of the up-to-date seeder that seeds forty acres per day; nor of the cotton picker that picks from three to eight bales per day; and m'any other ma chines that go to make up the tools that are in use on any high grade...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 23 January 1913

THE" ECONOMIC ARGUMENT FOR INDUSTRIAL UNIONISM titr. .1 1* . 1~ ;11 s.l * "r1 tii"'-'li'r I(,Iit'r1' Irll" li , I. \\ . \\' , i;ri l i', 1;tkr'i fir I ii .' o ,Ii rltl. " , r , linI- ,'' l or, ; n , I),1) iH -r! f it \ 1 l';;t . i lral ;lrlli I"' r 11 it. 111 1 : i; ' ;I I I 1" I itr I f t1 it ' I,,1 iur, t 1\,' , " f'1 ; , rk .ne i Ii ,r. 1lI w hat Jf it \\;, I o n 1ý ,,n ,! 1.11 I. \V . W . I n'lli"i Principles. Th,. ,.tiirr.'.t Ior iunl S, tri , l' ] ,1ni Lmii si 11i s itFrrla ' r,'', .l in: h'I att. tii rliis l'f thit' r. v i ,,lio r l ,t ,r rnov, ,\ n,'wt f ·t th,, w.rblI. .\111 th11. ,oliosit,- \CwI , f the lai.r Itll,%. I llr 1 o1i'ii (rSrris'rvaf i\' .',es, are lijk'ewis,." . ti l. inI'_ if. Iizti w ith ithe airi if d,.f,'atint its r,.v,,luti,, lary - Ibj4it. I1) T,'f'rt.nt s'hoFolsf i'jiilnstr'ial Uiini11 ismI art. sp rint'i,', upl). TlIls i it islif is a lnrrf l ihat t h sublject' is ,if '.weniral iiIntr,.t, 11a1i th:t it is f, orr l 'iil' its lf ii11r1 th.is, in tihl...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 30 January 1913

Organization Is Power THE LUMBERJACK "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL" VOLI1E I. I IGHI'T IS RIGHT * ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1913. * TRUTH CONQUERS * No.4. GUNMEN DESECRATE CHURCH AT MERRYVILLE Merry villaius Desperate. Steal he11 elapler from I. W. WV. church in effort to silence the One Big Union. Plriee of seab herders advianeing, but Rseabs st ill scaree. ()ld nesters getting restless; want to know by what right Kirby and the Brit ish I'luinderhund send armed thugs into Louisianr . a-nd w Ihy they are eommnis sioned I to hunt down. starve and murder our people .Jimn Esltes and his (ralibow heroes rgetting urneasy. So are the s.iabs and a strike of The strikebreakers would surprise loholly. (Company's esta med onvicets s:ay they would rather lhe on the levee', than in the Santa Fe's bullpen. Mills still "runniºr.". sawing "hdoller" logzs, and shilping imag.,inary Illmber. Santa Fe.'s vet eranl strikebreaker on the j,lb aeeuses I. W. W. of furnishing,.. s...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 30 January 1913

THE LUMBERJACK Education *I* Freedom in Organization ,-enRSk Industrial Emancipation Democracy I',:r-lI' I \\',',kly I,' '. .:tt:,,tm .I , .rlj.it ,l I'rti, ,,i r ", I ,r' ,tr ir l I.1111,ber I:ox 7S .!. \',I)R I \. I,O I SI.. N..\ . COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Carily sie it a. s - --- -- - - -- - ------ ----- --- ------------------1 . 0 : trI nitd -tate -------.---- $.0) S ix . ,n th ,, 'n i' - ,l S t:t t t . - -0 l',ndh ()rK trs. I'. r ',1 V in  1 i, ' . ' -.._____ _ _11 'in - C-cs ----------- --------- ----- ---- -ireir - ' t- ------ - C . I - . :' ,N , rs t al all ,r , r-. N\A'I'ION \I. INI)1 RI \11\T. l1.i X ( 1: F.'ORI.ST A.ND ,.\ ll:IRl E. (] , k -Iliri,'l. 1)i-trlt Il nald l, art ........---- -- 11't4  ,t!a .\\· r n e. .\l'xan lria. L.ouisiina .\ i.. i n:,, ___ - -_- -: ral lrv.tniver Southern I)is.rict .., ý ' ...<cretary S ut, hcrn l)istrict \. 1. ': ,ry 'reauertr 'outh.rn District EXFECI"'1'1"'E It(, \RI) 80"1U' H:ERN\ DISTRICT1': l':( I. timan, ...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 30 January 1913

THE PRETORIUM MUST BE DESTROYED " Gompers Gives Views of I. W. W. S\\ . 1 JirJ ' I1, I;11 . ' 1 . I 'I, I' '\ ' I' ll 1"1 11111 ' 'I . I 'll' , \ I h. S r I , 11 1 :1 , ,Ii , , ,4 ' : 1 I .''. .1 ' ,. . I ,,1 \ II I' ,, '1 .111, , ,IIII. 1'.'111 ;It . . .. , I . ,,l 1 t 1 ; ,1 1 . l it{ 1 l', , I l .. . . I ,, ,, ; , i I) l . . ' ri l . ;,,I i ',.'1 ,, III ' , . :II l. III It lik a sli ' i" II' r sh 1I 111 1 11 111l II IS II'4. II"II1.11 1 I , ' IaI 11 i . 1i 1, sl ' 1 411 .I , 1:11,~I t I I, 1 1( , ,' 4 1, 4l , '\ ,, I 1 21 4 , h -o t i '1, 4 . - ,ii S 11 4 111 ,1h"1111 ' ' , l 1 1 . ,. III 1 ", h ,I l I44 11inal 444'111 5441', , I, 1.1 . 14 11 ' C 4111 . Its. '. I 1 , 1 1 1 1 \ ' i , i 1'4.1'1; 111 1; I l' , lII l. 1 4l1141 . '" l'. \ ,,,l,,~' r€ S ll r, l i 'x, 4' 11141 , I II l I,', lllIll'lIl Il1 III 1 1'. 1'' .1 1, ,111 111t, ' "11- 11 1 1 t 1i 1 1.r 4l, l. ',' . '11. " 111's s n1 11. is; II ll ' ;x:1''SI ) ('11; .1 0111 ) , 111 'll II I . 1 I' 1' l 111111 1' " 11i1l' V, 0ll ...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 30 January 1913

UNION SCABS AND OTHERS. By (scar Armeringer. l'l . rI'I e' thre'l . 11 l,\ o. f se il," s fti, ii,>1 I, l, el, I ;ll 'l l s I lll( 't Il l '1 li r, 1, l', "~I ,,i l I ,lt': ill ' 11"11: lil. j h ei'_h I ' tt IL S 1 t1b11ril the i'f fployl 1I "1 ' I. I,ofl',"n ,lll ' c,'1',' kllI n lo hat he Sihn . i ei. s tl: . l lr foill tal Irl k'. " I iI' llaiiltc ll"r ~e, l l,.Iii' n rs o pfro ed ,,o r Aill lr: Itff, ,l iii 'l,I'lle s. Io 'ii rlt'. ito h' et, e ll'r , sIy tin t io , n l is uIul lother rllat i , etiraile ,ý'ili ( . littl wli'ri t111e strike il ivei re ' :iw iven anl I'ie., AmIlll rl ise:I are11 ' l,' i lil and ilI effiient' i, ilr l I seio nl ,ll tare botih niun 'rol lis ulll eapabhle. The'i professio ital ealli kinowsi what he is dohing. does it well mnil flor the alllke of the long green. T'i1 ill amater :elall, polsing ar a free horn Am elrin cii titizen, whi o ti orlti tol ibe fettered biy unlion riiu le ailn regulations, gets much glory ( )ll little play, anil when the...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 6 February 1913

OrganIzas 1is*Power THE IUMBERJACK "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL" VOLUM1E I. * MIGH'I IS RIGH'I * ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA,THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1913. * TRUTH CONQUERS * No. BULLI lJZER "GUS" BUTTS INTO MERRYVILLE STRIK Ib l .r ,,r .- II. Sentenced to Stockade. 11t ":.1 ri , ll: 1., l' t y . , 0'l' l,'r 1(11 ,1\\ rl ;i ill' t t| ;ntta 1''" It it., I "e' Ill' !'4.e1re'. ; 'el test ied ai 1r'r' taketin 1 thi ' .IN:ill It ',1 \ ' 1 ur ,eI' 1 h1i 4l,' e'ntll''l 3:11i. 1\ ;c r h 1:e1 Tic u1,1 1 .1. 4eei IS. ,t l 'ttt4,, Ir, I 4,;t111 S 1,'h r, r' frm T'r,11 xa1 4 h , \ 0,, t;\,, 1,. |,,, \ , r,, t . Il h ,' f Ir Iliz te ,r" .1 1:1.",, . Se il teseel i1;e',,'r .Iie1 ', liu ; 1 .\ , rile'I,'tl llirli her I',,ml,+iny s.nek'er hure' anti sitleli' rInel ihe t\w,e n,e're's w4e'r fineel Three, I),,lla:r' .,r thr,.,. ,:l\'s will. hith,. : lske. I i tf lti'. had nlie'lt,' tco ii '' lth.ir tfi11nes. tliry st;i.l nic,. antil tlhere nrci lilen ' h said lth'v must. 'work it e,)it, see, Kinne'...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 6 February 1913

THE LUMBERJACK Education Freedo Organization "R Industrial Emancipation I Democracy P'ublished Weekly by National In'aistrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern District. Box 78 AilEXAN.\D)RIA, LO)UISIANA. COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRTPTION RATES. Yearly United States -------------------------------------------$1.00 Six Months, United States---------------------------------- .50 Foreign Yearly ------------------------------------------- . 1.50 Bundle Orders. Per Copy (in Canada) ----------------------------- .02/ Bundle Orders, Per Copy (in United States,...--------------------- .02 Single Copies ----------------------------------------- -------------- .05 Cash must accompany all orders. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL UNION OF 'FOREST AND LUMBER WORKEFRS--Southerrn District. District hleadquarters..........-----------...1194 ould Avenue, Alexandria, Louisiana A. L. Emerson-------------------------General Organizer Southern District Jay Smith------------------------------Secretary S...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 6 February 1913

"STOMACH EQUALITY." IBy E. F. L)orce. i',rilaps ti1l' gre'atest (iuest ion eon I'., l in4g the *.ilustrial unionist to(lay I. I, forcitnh r arid 1rae ( ui.stion. In l;iI, ;,+t .ion of the o.'iunrt ry we find the A .nearioan horn shoulting himn.elf hoarse :Iii:,nst the Italian,. 4;reek. Sweed,Rus i \ .1 :.w.t fap. ('hinese, or Negro. That i h. writer was A.\Leriean horn he does int , d(.'1, hut that it waiy (lue to his 4tie l j.inld .'lent prior to birth he takes this o,enas.oio n t, d.eny. So if somei of us \'.!re hcorn here it was b leeause our fa the.r s an;ld mothers eame here4' and were ,Iamn forei.,.ners in imr stead. lut. in tlih South tilhe, renat issue is riot "the o," "'hllllnkie. ' lllllIt-.e ,. " ' round h4,a," tor "bilue nose" -it's the, " i', \W hat are we ,.oinl,' to, (,1 with hire" lie saws los. ihe works in thlle miiill. h,. p'il"s Inrnml.er. prot'1 ees turpenl. tine' w.ll, in fait, in and on almuiit ev'ery job \au find him workint side h' si,4' with a; \lhit' a111n...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 6 February 1913

THE AMERICAN COSSACK. "The man on horseback" has always typified despotism. Ths means "Si lenee!" to all opposition. lie is the assassin of discussion and the destroyer of dcmrnoracy. histcorically he has s ualdly ceen the amlitiois g.eneral usurp ing politic'al powers and becoming an autoc'rat. lie has always been dreaded by all who have worked for the pro ,ress of freedom. "The man on horse lhack'' has reased to be a myth in .\nAerica. Ife has been re.ere'ated by the' Ne'rcs of American eapitalsm whom hle proudly serves for rations and flat tery. the pet of the ",capt.ains of indus t rv." Th'' 'l's.rs of liussia have used the (',s-.;ehk rdil re.omienni'leil him to all th rders of the world. 'I'The A.erie:n ('ossanek has been on lduity for sc.'eral years in some ic parts of th,. I'nit, ºi Stat;,s. lie is shameless, la:,,,.ro.is. ,tT,,,tive. lie, w ill iprol - lv ic. m tlt I ljiel 11 t Ilhoe sands, 16 riot ri . d;,r,, 1,y infinity. II insolence w\ithin the next tin years in thee' ...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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