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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 29 October 1898

ok\^^^ '5^ '"^^M'^^^-^^^iMm^^SL # /nil Xo. 20. THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH. Some Thiers That Will Not Occur Under It. Co-operation will not abolish self ishness. The "first law of nature" self preservation —will undoubtedly stand as long as nature stands. This law has in times past impelled men to look out especially for "Xo. 1," and the crowd has applauded and honored those who have made a conspicuous success of the operation, and stimu lated others ( to follow the same course long after all necessity for such action has ceased. But may we not hope that when the human swine dis cover that the co-operative feed* trough contains an abundance for all, they will at least refrain from getting into it with their feet? There will be no poverty in the co operative commonwealth. In the true family the results of the produc tive energy of all its members accrue to the good of all; hence, unless some of its members are working independ ently and withholding from others, no member of the fam...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 29 October 1898

Industrial Preedomri Published weekly by the Brotherhood Co-operative Commonwealth. [Enter at the Poetofflce, Edison, Skagit County, Wash., as second class mail matter.] TERMS OF subscription: One Copy, One Year •. 50 " ••' Six Months .-•"> Foreign- "tit by members $1 per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, OCT. 29, '98. Representative government i* a hid eous failure. Our illustrated edition will give much desirable information about Equality colony. The thief "always pleads to be let alone and so do the despoilers of labor plead to be let alone. The only remedy proposed by the cunnn.' politician and the wily busi ness man, is to swear that nothing is wrong. The illustrations in anniversary edi tion will give readers a much better idea of our surroundings than can be done with mere words. Use and occupancy is the only good and perfect title to land and one of these bright days will be so recognized by all competent; authorities. This is a great, free country. How can an; one doubt this when...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 29 October 1898

p>sr ? National Union Department. HFADQUARTEHS, EDISON, WASH. .'■rr-'i- %'■■': • " NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. resident —Rev. Myron W. Reed, Denver. Col. secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Kdison, Wash. Measurer— Miss Helen M. Mason, Kdison, Wash, fganlzer -A. T. McDonald, Newaukum, Wash. :•'■-,;:", enii Prof, Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. Jitor— D. Burgess, Edison, Wash, aster Workman— Bj F. Clevenger, Edison, Wash. istributer—-Wm. Hummel. Edison, Wash. Send all funds Intended, for Equality olony to the COLONY SECRETARY, dciressed to BELFAST. WASH. Send II other Funds to National Secretary CC, Edison, Wash. ... National Secretary's Report. ■For week ending Thursday, Oct. 20. lew active members enrolled 8 lew honorary members enrolled 0 (resent total membership 3,600 -Honorary members are persons In Bupathy with our movement, who are en* ulleil on the payment of 10 cents. They ;ive no vote and are not required to pay Bet, but do all they can for the cause. Ac* ye members pay 10 cents month...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 29 October 1898

* EQUALITY COLONY NOTES. ft D. Burgess President c. W. Belknap Secretary W. D. Boyd Treasurer G. K. Helton ) Bureau of W. C. B. Randolph '- Correspond- D. Burgess ) once. THE DONKEY ENGINE FUND. Previously reported -55SS 16 Wm Martin 50 A DJudd I* X A Rossen 1 00 H VanGelder 10 00 Bertha Ousdal 1"" «> T Herrick 40 O II Williams ■»" RGlles "'J WI Julius Bernard J 00 John Hetchman «> 00 O A Massland 1 m W H Hanna 1 00 John G Smart 1 00 Lewis Brady 36 00 *7!-4 55 Op Parr '. 100 00 . Total «03 56 —in writing to colonists please enclose a stamp. We are clearing a place for a larger chicken house. _ — We need some more cows: will take them on a membership fee. —Equality library should not be forgotten by those who can spare any Rood books. —Co-operation is in the air—we hear of other colonies starting. Good! Keep it up, comrades. — A good bee man with some bees can hear of something to his interest by applying to our bureau of correspondence. —We have received the last lot of fittin...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 5 November 1898

• ■■j,-\ ■■ i ■■' l XZf) mma ~ '■' ■ •-"• * -'. _. :-'■ '■■■•• '•■■.-,-.■■,; , „-..-.' - mmWmw^ m^m\\r^^^^m\\w .^m\ Ma.* sßiiiib^^__ •e^iSSsSisaisiJ' V*. *^^L\ mr^ ' mM mi ssbbi^^- - iibbbi^^^^'sV. Islsk.'" *\^iiri Isi ' fekis^k. ■■■^ijT^^^^^'sslMai No. 27. A'Ctergyni^s. ■".:'■."." Protect, By REV. D. OGLESBY. „ , IF great' Father above knew that man would need timber for fuel and other purposes, *-*■ hence he planted great forests. And that there should be no danger of man's exhausting the forests and , freezing, the Creator placed deep in the earth great beds of coal; and see ing man's wasteful disposition to de stroy the timber and coal and freeze to death at last, the Creator infused into till material things a substance -which we call electricity—a powerful substance which mankind cannot -waste. And in addition, last, but not least, our Heavenly Father causes the earth to bring forth every year food and raiment in sufficient quantities to supply " the wants of .all his earthly ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 5 November 1898

Published weekly by the »> V' Biotheriicod Co-operative Commonwealth. [Entered at the Postoffice, Kdison, Skagit County, Wash., as second class mail matter.] terms OF subscription: One Copy, One Year 50 " "' Six Months -■"> Foreign sent by member* 11 per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, NCV. 5, '98. NOW AND THEN. In olden time we took ii oar § Drawn by a horse, if going far, And felt that we. were blest: Now the conductor takes the fine And sticks a broomstick in the air, And lightning does the rest. —Electrical News. Owing to delay in getting cuts, and the Social Democracy getting their matter ready, our eight page Illustra ted Edition will be delayed until No vember 12th. To rule one's self in accordance with just law is freedom. People give most freely to the Lord when they expect early returns. Socialism is an economic necessity; an evolution of industrial forces. Complaint that men are imperfect is not a remedy for such imperfection. No human being is qualified to com. man 1 who h...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 5 November 1898

Rational Union Department. HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. president—Rev. Myron W. Reed, Denver, Col. >^V-"'.. ',;.:->' ; Secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Edison, Wash. Treasurer —A. Young, Edison, Wash. Organizer — T. McDonald, Newaukum, Wash. Dean—Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. Editor P. Burgess, Edison, Wash. Master Workman—B. F. Clevenger, Edison, Wash. Distributer—Wm. Hummel, Edison, Wash. Send all funds Intended for Equality Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY, addressed to BELFAST, WASH. Send all other Funds to National Secretary BCC, Edison, Wash. National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, Oct. 27. New active members enrolled. 12 New honorary members enrolled 1 Present total membership 3,619 [Note— Honorary members are persons in sympathy with our movement, who are en rolled on the payment of 10 cents. They have no vote and are not required to pay dues, but do all they can for the cause. Ac tive members pay 10 cents monthly dues and are not ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 5 November 1898

EQUALITY COLON! NOTES. o D. Burgess . .President C. W. Belknap. ! Secretary W. D. Boyd Treasurer G. E. Bolton ) Bureau of . W. c. B. Randolph - Correspond -1). Burgess..; J once. o THE DONKEY ENGINE FUND. - Previously reported 8883 55 Emil Seltroeter l Oil W I! Bell 1 00 W T Bumstead 10 .lame- Elliott ' -0 00 Arthur.) Bailey 1 00 H.I Miller 1 00 WO B Randolph 100 A Mitchell 5 00 I. Okerlund '. 10 IK) OF Sherwood 5 00 Henry Mohnike I 00 Total. I«9 65 We are a pretty vigorous yearling. —W. C. Lewis of Fairhaven, a member of the BCC. is here on a visit. . . . —We are learning to transact a great deal of business in our meetings in a short time. —The carpenters are making a chicken house that the chickens will have reason to feel proud of. — Mrs. Sarah Ward Temple donated a fine reading chart to our school department. The colony extend- thanks. The Co-operative Era of DeaMolnea, lowa, for October, Is on our desk. Success to it and all other such efforts. —A correction in the secretary's...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 12 November 1898

i *- •"^^—. ifr ' ; X.0.'28. Hew Uft for tbe i^ifiltiao £?TT<^HERE;is vast significance in the action of Gov. Tanner of |» ; * . Illinois in commanding the ■*-!•' * State militia- to prevent im ported negro labor from tak ing the aces vacated by striking coal miners.* Briefly j stated, here are the facts pertinent to the case. About a year ago the coal operators of Illinois, j in response to an overwhelming pub lic sentiment against* the continued starvation of: miners, agreed on a minimum wage scale. They fixed it a shade above living wages. There is keen competition among. the opera tors, and as a sequence ', wages ever tend to fall below the danger line. This is the iron law of wages. The owners of the Virden mines being un scrupulous beyond average mine own ersand this is the severest indict ment ever made against a human be ing—-decided in April to break their agreement. They did so and cut the wages of their men. There was no law to prevent them from violating their pledge,...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 12 November 1898

Published weekly by the Brotherhood Co-operative Commonwealtti. ■51"" "T [Entered at the Postoffice, Edison, Skagit County, Wash., as second class mall matter.] TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy. One Vein- 50 " •'•' Six Months 25 Foreign—sent by members —$1 per year, EDISON, SATURDAY. XCV. 12, '08. Think or starve; do or die. -—■——■" - ■■ Law making continues to be a profitable industry, A hungry man thinks more of something to eat than statistics. The best remedy for the tramp - nuisance would be to make it pos sible for all men to earn a living. The war for humanity does not seem to have done the Cubans much good. They arc still starv ins; We hope to so conduct our pa per that our readers will say: "If it is in Industrial Freedom it is so." The man who stands-tip for principle on all proper occasions, is'al way respected, even by those who denounce him. who denounce hun. How* can a man vote his senti ments so long as be depends upon bis employer to fill his stomach? He can't, nor ca...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 12 November 1898

rational Union Department. - HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. . NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 5 1Vf ,i(, Bey. Myron W. Reed, Denver, ' Ccl. . 1 -■-,:.,,,'-' ■ Secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Edison, Wash. Treasurer— A. L. Young,' Edison, Wash, fcganlzei —A. T. 7 McDonald, Newaukum, Wash. „. - •-;:.'/;. -Jan Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. iditcr— D. Burgess, Edison, Wash. [alter Workman— F. Clevenger, Edison, Wash. y ' *'„: Jistrihuter—G. E. Pelton, Edison, Wash. "Send all funds intended for Equality Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY. 'ddressed to BELFAST, WASH. Send ,11 other Funds to National Secretary (C C, Edison, Wash. National Secretary's Report. • ' For week ending Thursday, Nov. 3. be act! members enrolled (i lev honorary members enrolled 0 'resent total membership. 3,620 [KOTE— Honorary members are persons in vmpathy . with our movement, who are en olletl oil the payment of 10 cents. They lire no vote and . are not required to pay jag, but do all they can for the cause. Ac ive members p...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 12 November 1898

EOUALITC COLONY NOTES, D. Burgees President C. W. Belknap Secretary ' W. D. Boyd Treasurer G. E. Helton * ) Bureau of . W. C. B. Randolph > Correspond- D. Burgess 1 ) enee. o How to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get Postoffice Money order on Edison, but -mail it to C. W. Belknap,at Belfast, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble. Belfast Is not a money order office. THE DONKEY ENGINE FUND. . E McNair 8 '• 00 Ii X l 03 George i loehner 10 00 L i" No. I. Nebraska 50 J C Hedges CO 00 Parole Minor 1 00 W A Barnes 4 00 St Paul 10 00 Neher 1.00 P II Hoffstrora 5 00 A F Lindwall 3 00 Wm Gearhart - 00 W M Morris 1 00 .1 M Reynolds 60 i, Found. .'. 50 W S Richards 1 00 John Glass 60 H W Welling 1 -0 Total $97 25 ' The weather Is fluctuating these days. —Bro. Louis Okt-rlund is still making win dow sash; --- Our teachers are talking cf beginning a night school. —The shingle mill building is the next cno we will tackle. —Bro. Burgess and daughter Edith went to Seattle on business. ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 12 November 1898

Apartment Hoi^e No. 1, Equality Colony, Skagit County, Wash., where dwell some of the bravest, most uatien. souls on earth. EQUALITY TO-DAY. A sketch of Equality is a rather difficult undertaking (for me), consid ering the amount of territory to cover .md space allotted Fort Bellany, the first building erected at Equality, was an L-shaped log building, and with the addition of frame building at north end of old dining hall, now represents the letter T, giving a dining hall 20x80, with kitchen 20x40. Rooms for" the prep aration of vegetables and the storing of groceries are conveniently situated. , Three sets of cooks alternate with : each other in making palatable the ' food for 300 persons, small and great, who eat at this common dining hall. Mrs. Odell, assisted by Mrs. Burgess, superintends this department. Eight girls serve the tables, two young la dies pour the tea or coffee and cut the bread, and everything works very smoothly. The gong (will soon be steam whis tle) sounds at ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 12 November 1898

The Cooperative Brotherhood. Organized by Members of The Social Democracy of America and its Colonization Commission to Colonize Washington. THE CO-OPERATIVE BROTHERHOOD. ORGANIZED UNDER THE LAWS OF WASHINGTON. Organized by members of the Social Democracy as the re sult of the work of Its Colonisation Commission. IOFFICKKS. President James Sheldon Ing alls Of Minnesota. Vice-President J. C. De Akmond Of Colorado. Secretary Cyrus Field Willard ' , Of Massachusetts. Treasurer Alexander Burns Of Washington. Auditor J. B. Fowler Of Washington. am™.... me co-OoefQiive Brotherhood, nil, \|, \. WASH. | EDITORIAL NOTES. i '' I.i union there is strength." Concentration is the lesson of the hour. It is proposed to call our colony "Brotherhood." First the individual, then the part nership, then the company, then the trust formed of several companies, then the great corporation, then — Socialism. This issue marks the beginning of an era of closer union between the Social Democracy of America an...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 12 November 1898

THE CO-OPERATIVE BROTHERHOOD. A. People's Trust»*Full Statement o* Plans and Purposes. The supreme necessity for the pres ent hour is some plan or system that will guarantee to every man, woman and child an opportunity to obtain PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT and a home that shall be secure as long as life shall last Every well informed person knows that there is scarcely an industry to day that is not monopolized in whole or in part by a few great capitalists. Labor-saving machinery is taking the place of men. The wealth of the country is con centrating in the hands of the few with frightful rapidity, and millions of men are vainly seeking for work they cannot find, while their half famished children, clothed in rags, are being schooled in the slum dis tricts of our cities and towns, and their wives and daughters are being forced into lives of shame in order to eke out a miserable existence. Those who own the machines—the tools of industry—are the ones who are making the profits out of the i...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 12 November 1898

Historical Sketch of B. C. C. The early stages of nearly all im portant movements are wrapped in more or less obscurity, and there is generally more or less dispute, after a movement becomes successful and of great magnitude, as to when and how it originated, and who was the originator'(thereof. f) In view of this fact, and in order to do justice to all parties concerned, the writer will endeavor to give an approx imately correct history of the move ment from its earliest inception, de pending, to a great extent, upon his recollections as one of the actors in the movement from the beginning. The first person, who is known, to make a public proposition to capture a state by colonization, was F.G.R. Gordon, of Manchester, N. H., who, however, has since opposed the idea as strenuously as he at first advo cated the same. During the year 1894 there was manifested a great interest in the pro ject of forming co-operative colonies by the reformers of the Eastern states, the prevailing idea ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 19 November 1898

■ __ri_#_s_B_B_*_B_l amm\mwL: ___ssss^^^^^^^sWfs3Hpl •>>>_ No. 29. Extracts from "COMMONWEALTH LIBRARY." T7T HAS been shown by the econo mists themselves that three con ditions are absolutely /necessary, to the existence of human society, namely: that there shall be labor, or capital;; and that there shall be exchange). " It has .likewise been dem onstrated that these ' conditions, from their very nature, and the rela tion in which f men in society stand with regard to each other, can be evaded by one individual, or one class, only at the expense of other individ uals or classes; and it follows, there fore, that every man commits a wrong upon some part- of the community if he render not to society an equivalent equal to the benefits which he receives. It has been deduced, also, from a con sideration ofthe intention and end of society, not only that all men should labor; and thereby become exchangers, but that equal values should always exchange for equal values; and that, a...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 19 November 1898

lupdaf trial Frf td@nj Published weekly by the . - BiotuGiuOod Co-operative Commonwealth [Entered at the PostoAce, Edison, Skagit County, Wash."; as second class mall matter.] . [1 'MS OK SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, One Year BO > " '•* Six Months -•» Foreign—sent by members— 11 per year. EDISON', SATURDAY, XCV. 19, "98. "I hold that [fa is measured right I By what a man puts into it, And not by what with selfish might Ho gains therefrom while living it." Two of the greatest creations of all time are the foreigner who pays the tax and the rich man who cares for the poor man. The foreigner pays the tax. ~ r< If you doubt this, I refer you to McKinley, who has said so many times, and McKinley you must 11"" know is an honorable man. ■ You say: The people must be true to the government. Then the government must reciprocate and be true to the people. What government is true to. its people? We are thoroughly astonished at the demand Far the Special Edition of our paper. We printed someth...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 19 November 1898

! National Union Department.* HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. President—Rev. Myron W. Heed, Denver, Col. . " • - Secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Edison, Wash. Treasurer —A. L.Young, Edison, Wash. Organizer—A. T. McDonald, Newaukum, Wash. '-VK "'■ Dean—Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. - Editor— D. Burgess, Edison, Wash. Master Workman—B. F. Clevenger, Edison, 5 Wash. Distributer— G. E. Pelton, Edison, Wash. Send all funds intended for Equality Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY, addressed to BELFAST, WASH. Send all other Funds to National Secretary BCC, Edison, Wash. National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, Nov. 10. New active members enrolled 4 New honorary members enrolled 1 Present total membership .3,527 -[Note —Honorary members are persons in. sympathy with our movement, who are en rolled on the payment of 10 cents. They have no vote and are not required to pay dues, but do all they can for the cause. Ac tive members pay 10 cents monthly dues and ar...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 19 November 1898

m : mm. [ > 'D. Burgess .. '. President > \ G. E. lelton } Bureau of J s W. C. B. Randolph \ Correspond- 4 S, 1). Burgess ) enco. \ i C. W. Belknap Secretary J \ W. D. Boyd Treasurer > E»Y to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get Postoffice Money order on Edison, but mail it to C. W. Belknap, at Belfast, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble. Belfast is not a money order office. '—All new comers able todo so should bring with them their bedding. —The agricultural departmrn't is rather short on potatoes, but long on carrots, cab bage and turnips this year. The shoo shop is as busy as ever, and the tailor shoD a little more so, the approach of the rainiest of the rainy season creating a brisk demand for more clothes. —The cooper shop is not as busy as usual, as they are waiting for stock to dry, and Bro. Willig, our saner kraut manufacturer, is now waiting with ill concealed impatience for the barrels. — single colony, nor a multitude of colo nies, will never solve the ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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