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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 30 June 1914

FREE FORD AND SUHR OR LET HOPS ROT IN FIELDS Hearing of the appeal of Ford and Suhr has been set for June 24, before the Third District Appellate Court of California, in Sacramento. No' breif for the prosecution has yet been filed. After the brief of Lewis and Royce for Ford and Suhr was placed be fore the Court, J. Charles Jones. the assistant Attor ney General having the appeal in charge for the State, was notified to file his answering brief on May 25. On that date he got a delay until June 10. and then shut up. It is impossible that the masters are turned toward decency and intend to let the appeal of Ford and Suhr go by default in their favor. Sorne crooked deal seenls to'be brewing. Either the unusual turn is a plot of some kind, or the ma;isters have determined to cut out all the useless expense of writing and print ing briefs in labor cases, and then securing convic tions by the machine-like actions of their courts. This woulM be a good plan all around. It would for the eapi...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 30 June 1914

WORKING FARMER AND THE LAND. By Fred Freeman. The land question is the greatest social problem, and to settle that question right is as important to all of society as to those who cultivate it. In my series of articles for The Voice I shall make indisputable proof that foods are trebled in price to all consumers by rent before they leave the farmer. Here we simply note that the census gives the as sessed value of farm lands at over forty-two billion dollars. (Assessmnent of lands are usually at one third of selling value). The lands that pay rent above maintenance of work ers, seldom are owned by workers. The lands that pay rent are the organized machine-using farms, where an intelligent division of labor exists. The small farm, where all the family work, seldom pays the family $300 a year and on organized grain farms the wages of the man alone is that much, while the profits to landowner, as on the Rankin farms, is over $2000 a year to each worker. Capitalists are rapidly installin...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 7 July 1914

Organize for the General Strike of the Lmabejnk. i This is Number 78 Organization * Is Power f 79' ,, ._. .. ...... .. .-.... ---.-. T HE.VOICE t LE Owned by the Rebel Lumberjacks of Dixie * An Injury to One is an In"uito ]AL . VOL. III-No. 27. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1914. MsoaN s HYENA'S LUSTING FOR BLOOD. To All Labor Organizations: Fllow-workers When we, the silk workers of Pat erson. N. J.. were driven by hunger to terminate our strike, it was not in the spirit of surrender, but to Ip st1pone ia.tionl until recuperation and re-organiza• tion woutil strengthen our exhausted ranks. Our em plyevrs, realizing this, and desperate from the severe ljeca.ns we caused thenm, have by blacklist and espionage tried to .cheat us of our smlall gains, blast our spirit and destroy our union. Yet we have held together, holpeful eof yet paralyzing silk production and vindi eating our six months' sacrifices by wresting a vic tory from their greedy grasp. To advise, and encourag...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 7 July 1914

The Voice of the People Entered as Second-clam Matter, July 5, 1913, at thl Post Office at New Orleans, La., under the Act of August 24, 1912. Published Weekly by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern District. District Headquarters ............ Alexandria, la Jay Smith ............................ ecretary OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: 520 POYDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA COOVINGTON HALL .................. Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: UNITED STATES: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks, 56 cents; 13 weeks, 25 cents. CANADA......40 weeks, $1.00; 10 weeks, 25 cents. FOREIGN: One Year ....................$1.50 SINGLE COPIES: .......................5 cents BUNDLE IATlES: UNITED STATES: 5 copies, 13 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks, $1.75; 52 weeks, $3.00. TEN or more copies paid ten weeks is advance, 1 3-4 cents per copy. In the United States or Canada: Orders for 10 or more copies paid monthly, or 50 or more copies paid weekly IN ADVANCE, 2 cents per copy. Orders paid for within the week ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 7 July 1914

HARKI THE BATTLE CRY IS RINOINOG LESSON IN GEOGRAPRY. Run your finger over a map of the United States (if you are in my clam take out your railway folder), and stop said finger at any State you choose, you will liscover this pregnant geographical and sociological fact: In every State in the Union, within the last two ur three years, one or more strikes have been broken, and the workers-ior brothers and sisters-have beens , ruelly driven down--down into the flaming hell of starvatuon--by guamne. This state of affairs will con tinue until we get REAL ANGRY. TO THE REBELS IN CALIFORNIA. In taking a little geographical recreation recently, iimy linger stopped at California. Hell's fire! But it mIakes a fellow's blood boil to think of the treatment %e received at the hands of good, ,Christian, law abiding Gupmen. Fresno, en Dieo, Sacramento. Wheatland. Truly an imposing gnment. This State is called " The Paradise of the Golden West." Well, it is up to us to crest a nice li'ely SERPENT t...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 7 July 1914

THE REASONS FOR A REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT By B. N. Nilhmo. The purpose of these articles is to present a gen eral outline of the cause, the immediate and final aims, and the methods that may be employed, by the revo lutionary movement of our time; and to make this presentation so simple and clear that it may be read by those who find the struggle for a living too hard to leave them much time or inclination to read and study. THE REASON FOR THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT. The reasons for a revolutionary movement may be made clear by a brief mention of some of the every day facts of our time. Society ladies pay thousands of dollars for a dress which is used only once--while the workers who make that dress are overworked and ragged and hungry. Pet dogs and pet cats live on the choicest of food, and get the best of nursing and medical attendance when they suffer from overfeeding - while tender children, ill-fed and half-clothed, are coined into divi dends in the textile mills. Millions are s...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 14 July 1914

TO THE VICTORS BELONG THE SPOILS; TO THE VAWISHEO, HELL ROWAN D Fi One Uuion of the Working Class. Ogaizat O Powr 4T7 I Ng Free Land, Free Industries Organization s Power IF ..--- Ov r-. the World Over. N.. a - se THE VOICE fitPEOPLE Owned by the Rebel Lumberjacks of Dixie * An Injury to One is an Irftury to AII. VOL. III--No. 27. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, JULY I 4, 1914. MIoT Is RSe ..... . ..Jii. .6 'A c? ,, .·'r :J .)-t S ,, ..:c ,('$ 'r:i:''' AI 0 '4.. " '! 1- .i .4' I.ji Ile, Irv ` Iii (d . /.1I hý. i.id whe the aimcite miii took' ;tlio' A r"~ or a" 1)413'. Il14 ýy t"' c f ý ;Kýý{ýFfir' .ý "+r : "' .. ;ý JYJ 1-7"'~ c · f ,· r n.,, a J_ . "ý '"! ' rr .`,fly, v pill,. "7,l' 1 ý'; i.. "' A " ý ýit " ''' ý ,.G" I6ºli+.JO'.UiJiý1ý I'": ·"ir8.. . . · . . a :. r.. . 111( 111"u'Ito ll ltt1" Gil ;II, It'r" t.I.'IIII-1". Oil Workers, Attention! W t, till' \\i,)''i(l'1'v I11 .1 lII 1 ., I;Il\"l'Iti. IIII`1I1 1'"ý. i1ý ()I~l i' r t11 sI"I'lll' I' I"-II' Iiill'.I'1\ý : 1 .1 11ýý1. ll...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 14 July 1914

The Voice of the People. Entered as Second-clas Matter, July 5, 1913, at the Post Office at New Orleans, La., under the Act of August 24, 1912. Ihblished WeekJy by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern District. Distrist Headquarters ............ Alexandria, La Jay Smith ............................ Secretary OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: 520 POYDRAS STREET, NEW OMLEANS, LA COOVINUTON HALL ................... Editor UNITED STATES: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks, 50 eents; 13 weeks, 25 cents. CANADA......40 weeks, $1.00; 10 weeks, 25 eents. FOiREIGN: One Year ......................$1.60 SINGLE COPIES: .......................5 cents BUINDLII RATIs UNITED STATES: 5 copies, 13 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks, $1.76; 52 weeks, $3.00. TEN or more copies paid te wseeks is advwnce, 1 34 cents per copy. In the United States or Canada: Orders for 10 or more copies paid montAy, or 50 or more copies paid weekly IN ADVANCE, 9 cents per copy. Orders paid for within the week they are receiv...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 14 July 1914

ON MAKING REBELS. By Fred Freyr. Urged by the will to freedom we educate and or. ganize, organize and educate-ourselves, our class tc break the chaina 'of wage slavery, to become free from masters and free from want. We get ready for the harvesting and after, the harvesting of the revo lution.v She is gestating. Each new labor-saving method, each new laborer-displacing machine hastens her coming. As the number of the unemployed in creases, the economic pressure rises and man moves. To move right, he must have knowledge of way and goal, for revolutions propel onward and upward only in proportion to the number of men who know. There fore education is the urgent need. So is agitation. Fanning vague discontent and sentiment to a class conscious furnace it prepares the hospitable heart, the receptive mind toward revolutionary education and organization. But all these efforts really do not make rebels-they but raise a rebel embryo to a full fledge ling. The real makers of Rebels are the m...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 14 July 1914

INTERNATIONAL NOTES. SPAIN.-The miners in the Rio Tinto district are at present much dissatisfied because the mine barons want to break the agreement they have with the work era. The town of Nerva, located in the Rio Tinto dis trict, has been declared under martial law. The Sec retary of the Miners has been arrested; the workers' publishing bureau has been closed up, and the men working in there arrested. All this has been done in the Rio Tinto district just because the Miners there have officially declared that if the authorities, or in other words "The Government" (just imagine us asking the government to help us out-but what don't go here might help some there), didn't make the mine companies keep their agreements with the workers, they (the workers, mind you) would put the mines under-not martial law, but-SABOTAGE. (How about the hop fields?) RUSSIA.--From St. Petersburg comes the message about how working women are constantly dying and dropping down by the hundreds in the Russi...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 21 July 1914

Diaz and Huerta Are Gone, But Kirby and Ellis SdtillReig.. One Union of the Working Class. . IS. Ni h; Free Land, Free Industries Organization , Is Powfer s the World Over. W 8 01 hli mMad"lm *" HE OICE OPEthe Owned by the Rebel Lumberjacks of Dixie An IAnuy to One is an I1utwL a' . VoL. Ill-No. 28. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA,; TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1914. Moarn isist M- - . l it -----_ Labor, Take Notice-The only way to reduce the "high cost of living" is to quit chasing so hard that dinky little old purse and elevate YOUR cost of living by pulling the pyramid of wealth from under Fat and dis tributing it EQUALLY among ALL WORKERS. FATHERS OF FAMILIES: LISTEN. Once more vacation time is coming around. Once again you will be invited to "Plick hops and have a picnic at the expense of the hop growers." (?) They are going to tell you that last year was all a mistake. That this year conditions are good and all is well in the hop fields. WHO MAI)KE THEM SO. YOU' KNOW. It was NOT Governor Johnso...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 21 July 1914

The Voice of the People. Entered as Second-class Matter, July 5, 1913, at the Post Office at New Orleans, La., under the Act of August 24, 1912. Published Weekly by National Industrial Union of FPrest and Lumber Workers, Southern Distrist. District Headquarters ............ Alexandria, La. Jay Smith ........................... Secretary OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: 590 POYDRAS ISTREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA COOVINGTON HALL ................... Editor -- ar" "  - _ - - -- -- el 8UBSCRIPTION RATES: UNITED STATES: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks, 50 cents; 13 weeks, 25 cents. CANADA......40 weeks, $1.00; 10 weeks, 25 cents. FOREIGN: One Year ......................$1.0 SINGLE COPIES: .......................5 ents BUNDLE RATES: UNITED STATES: 5 copies, 13 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks, $1.75; 52 weeks, $3.00. TEN or more copies paid tea weeks i, dvsnoce, 1 3-4 cents per copy. In the United States or Canada: Orders for 10 or more copies paid monthly, or 50 or more copies paid weekly IN ADVANCE, 2 cents per copy. ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 21 July 1914

INTERNATIONAL NOTES. Compiled by Nils H. Hansuon.. ENGLAND.-Talking about leaders among the workers, the Building Trades Workers in London has had a bitter conflict with their leaders while they were tighting for better conditions from the boss.. After this the leaders there can hardly Ie looked upon by the workers as anything else than their enemies. As the building workers stood solidly together and were near a complete victory, cine their leaders and wanted the workers to split up in different bodies, in stead of standing industrially together as did all those working in the building industry in orwlon. This is the first time that the building workers in londlon have manifested an industrial solidarity, and thereby made their strike fully effective. But then came the Leader and wanted the workers to nake an agreenmentt with their masters, every trade by it self, and not as an industrial bodly. In getting the iunorganized away from the works (as is one of their demand.,) the leade...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 21 July 1914

ARTHUR CARON, "DYNAMITER." On July 4th an explosion occurred in a tenement house on Lexington avenue in New York City. Four anarchists, three young men and one woman, were killed. Arthur Caron was the most prominent among them, having been actively identified with the unem played, anti-militarist and recent free speech aetivi ities. Immediately lurid headlines in New York dailies attributed the explosion to bombs intended for Rockefeller and callous editors said "It served the 'bomb-makers' right." But there is ample room for a reasonable doubt as to their responsibility. The police have "found," as usual, literature, a printing prem, apparatus, etc., but they have not been able to shal the statement of Louise Berger, the young woman who kft her brother and the others asleep, shortly before the estastrophe, that there were no explosives in her apartment. Nor have they been able to prove recent anarchist meetings anything more menacing than con ferences with their lawyers as to their...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 30 July 1914

All Struggles for Greater Freedom are' Disruptive Forces ONE UNION OF THE WORKING CLASS. * *THIS No.8 FREE LAND, FREE INDUSTRIES flODIZanmD IS rwer - 0 --D THE WORLD OVER. NO. " THE VOICE or ID PE Owned by the Rebel Lumberjacks of Dixie ® An Injury to One is an Injury to All VOL. Ill-NO. 29 PORTLANI), OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY :30, 1914 MIGHT Is RIGHT PLANS THAT "GANG AGLEY" Last Sunday there was staged in the City IHall Park one of the finest Revolutionary Pro ipagand(a mieetings ever heild in Seattle. The advertising dodg.er states the United Miners of IDistrict No. Ill, who have been holding a (onvention in Seattle, had at the request of the. Seattle ('entral ILabor ('ounc(il and the lablor Forward iMo\ovemenlt, arranged this meeting to answer the attacks of their enemies, the Em plovyers Association, and certain organizers of the I. W. W. It was also advertised in the Sttle 'Ti'imes and otller daily papelrs, organs of the Employers .\ssociation, that the I. W. W. was going to get t...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 30 July 1914

The Voice of the People Enterel as Second-class 1Matter, .uly 5, 1913, at the I'ostotTice at New ()rleans, I.a., under the Act of August 24. 1912 I'ulished, Weekly by NationallfndustrialUnion tof Fores"t and LIumher Workers, Soutlern r )i.trict. I)istric(t II llt,<l4luartlers Alehxandria, I a. .lay Smtit .. Secretary 1Fl+'l+"I'1E O I' IllI'.\TIO)N :09 1) A \V IN ST. II'I'I,.ANI) Ol iFIEGON 'ovinlton liall ...........Editor lhusiness Manager t' lý 1tS('1{1 IPTllION IATES I'nitetl States: 52 weeks. $1.00); 2'! weeks .iO.; 13 weeks .$0.25 Foreign: ( he year 1.30 Single copies ..0) li'NI),LEA 4 IlI)ER liATES llnilt4dl States: 3 copie's, 13 weeks, $1.11)0; or It or mIore colpies paid 10 wee'tks in advance, I t e l.,r 'oipy. 'lll lSIn ii in tnte1 States or ('anada, '2c per coply. No acc.tinlls larri'dl ,beyonI current mIonth. ('A\Sll MI'ST AC('OMIPANY ALL ()R1)ERS 51. I · ' TO OUR READERS Ihc'1t' is Olle re'aSOl, anild. O1' e'atson only, for the mioving of the "\Voice"--lack of sup p...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 30 July 1914

CALL FOR NINTH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF I. W. W. General (ffice, Chicago, Ill., 307-16i4 W. Washington St. PI'ursuiiant to tilh iprovisions of tlhe General I cist itution, the Ninth Annual (Convention of thel Irlulstrial VWorkers of the World will c.Inv.ene in the ( 'ityv of ('hicago, Ill., Monday, 84;,.tel.ll4her 21I, 1914, at !)9:I) o'elock a. lil. 'I'e ;.eneral SN'er.'tary Treasurer will within two, w.,eeks of the date of this call sendli to ealch l.,4':1 I'nio1, National Industrial Union and ,del4irtlmuent aTffiliatel with the Industrial Work tors ,t the WIorhl credentials in lduplicate for Ith' number;ll 'r of delegates they are entitled to, bIas'ed ,n the tax paid by such Loclals and Na tinal l Illndustrial I'iiions llll Iand Depatrt nii'nts as l,4 IVided for inll tih( ( l'neral C(onstitution. IlnIIeately uln re'eipIt o1" the crede1.ntials I.44alI liIonllS will lpreed''l to choose aind desig nate, th eir delegates to thie conventioan by regiu Ili elec.tion. The secretary of each I...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 30 July 1914

ECONOMIC SOCIALISM OIL TATE OAP ITAL, SOOIALISM, WHICH? FORI(IMATI(ON ANDI INTEItNATIONA IIZA TION )OF SYNDICAIASM In4uhstriIl uIiionism in Syndicalism ( does not nuln mass organization. A mass-organization would Ibecome unwieldy as sxon as it rea'ched any size, n1(4 I he destlroye4d as were the Knights of Ialan"orn n heli I'nitd States. Syndicilist Ifolows thell v(io'llliie ftfiration fromi the similelh to the complex. 'irst, the trades organize, but a tralde soon finds that it. is as helpless as the single irnlividual; then tilhet trades in the same indIlustry unite' si v form industrial organiza tions; agail., these organizationls close upl) their ranks in every locality, in what is called bour se5s, kart'els or city central colmmitttees. Second, then this doublleo rgaliized lbod(y closes Iup its ranks nationilly in a general organization. 'Thirdl, the nationial organization unites inter nationally with ail otlher organizations that stand for the samlie lprintciple. VWe then have...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 6 August 1914

All Struggles for Greater Freedom are Disruptive Forces ONE UNION OF THE WORKING OLASS. THIS I8 NO. b FREE LAND, REE INDUSTRIES OrgfiIIill IS Power IF 83 - - -, THE WORLD OVER. 1,NO. r - w. y. e THE VOICE or in PEOPLE Owned by the Rebel Lumberjacks of Dixie 1 An Injury to One is an Injury to All VO1N. III N . I'(IIl,ANI, (OREGON, THURSDAY, ALU(IUST 6, 1914 MIGHT IS RIGHT 13'. The Mexican Revolution Fi. V. A. o.hn iii f He'ed, Eof Ili,'" N11 l tO a4 ll NI :iazi , I s 144'rllaf s f li'heI 4st iiiirIlrE "I4 :111(1in' ist. r~ut ifull reporte r who l ha s E'4 iV-rE4 I 1 I 11" war in ('NxI(S). lit 14said ini his~ addl~ress. b*efore' th lI 1. . W. here·( ill I'c4irthtnrl: " I d1e'sireP to set'I foirth fI t li T-eren'rit ehalr:ieter of tIhe re*v' El iii E 11 ill NI PX º l , I111141 t hat inl oulr 11w11 I 'iiut 1Wr\ ill ('4 lfflif 14. Neitelir of tIhese4 hIa1vec thl'.14iEI t S of III) 144 IEli ill tieiim. B)othI lnr. jlriil ili vP4l t''yE El t 14 ill. Ther p~eol ll n1 e iiTEIthe14r sere EIEI...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 6 August 1914

The Voice of the People EIntered as Second cIlass Matter, July 5, 1913, at the I'ostolTice at New ()rleans, La., under the Act of August 24, 1912 I'uliish'led Weekly by National InlustrialUnion .,d Forest ami I lumier Workers, Sout hern D)istrict I)istrict Ileadlluarters Alexandria, La. Jay Sitt.... Secretary - lF'FI('E OF PI',11,1('ATI)ON 309 D)AVIS ST. lORT'lI, N\i) ORtE(GON 'ovingtEoi Ilall Edit.. ... Business Manager S'IS('RIPTION lATES linited States: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks 50e; 1:1 week ............................--$0.25 Foreign: ()ne year ...... ---- -.--- ----- . 1.50 Single copies . ..... - . .. . . .05 IBTNI)iE ORI)ERI RATES lnited States: 5 copies, 13 weeks, $1.00; or 10 or more copies paid 10 weeks in advance, 1 e per copy. OTIIER\WISE. in United States or Canada, 2c per copy. No accounts carried beyond current month. ('ASIt MITST A('COMPANY ALL ORDERS PATRIOTISM--SLAUGHTER- DESTRUCTION The mass of European workingmen are pa triotic. That is why they can he led to s...

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