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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 11 June 1898

INDUSTRIAL FREEDOM Vol. I ...vv'!^-','£i'''ii..'i-V'ii".:;''>;,:*;i'''i;..'ii.''i;..'iv..,....' i .i., i v..v ....... «.,.,.. *>..* v.<«- -ye- we- —_. 55T.CT,;,* WW r»t. ->.«- -„,— -v..— -v.c- •-,.** -i.«~ *-„,— -„?* -»,?. -„,^ *?.¥* niiZ l^.(C^j,,C*v.'^->;;,— ™.i—"TilvC^v.^ I THE PEOPLE WIN! I jfj —. ___ iff i Direct Legislation Charter Wins by Majority of 2,361. j$ ,<i^**;_^,'i^?'-i,^;' ; ii,'?c*?'«ii?!*iiJ^* •_.«» i _ r ><( i ->./ J . *ms> -.«">• v»a* vv*. «.*•«* *.»■»>. v «>* -.««* ~„** '■/<<* *»hk *v>«* >»»«-• -vt«» -.t«* >n<*. <..?» *■>■«-■ *•>.»» Vftti -v.** <-.*». --„t» -^iv-<«*c^tcr "Sw^^.v; ■?;,',> T>,vc Thursday, May 20th, 1808, there was on, in San Francisco, one of the great st victories of this century, being tithing less than direct legislation and Ivll service reform, adopted by a good uijority in .- spite of the bitter and nil ed opposition of the politicians and i podlers who have hithert...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 11 June 1898

INDUSTRIfII I rßi_,-_,Dorvi. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH Terms nt Subscription: One Copy, One Year MM Six Month- M " " Three Months M To members of Brotherhood. SOc per year. _ 1 . i EDISON, SATURDAY, JUNK 11. 1888 SOCIALISTS AND CIVIL SERVICE. The commonest objection to the public ownership and operation of the railway-. is that it would add 800,000 offices to the civil service, in creasing the amount of political "spoils'' by so much. To this objection socialists make two replies—public ownership would take the corporations out of politics and civil service reform would keep the 800,000 employes out of politics. Let us look at the replies In detail: r Public ownership would take the corporations out of politics. The corporations are now in polities. They furnish free transportation to their friends, thus "packing" conven tions of all parties; they corrupt leg islatures: they furnish passes to judges and other public officers, thus corrupt...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 11 June 1898

National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. President—Rev. Myron W. Reed, •'?;■•;■" .... ......... Denver, Col Secretary—N. W. Lermond...Edison, Wash Treasurer—Miss Helen M. Mason.. .....V.'..:.'...,,,...... .......Edison. Wash Organizer—Rev. Geo. Candee Toledo, O Dean—Prof. Frank Parsons.. Mass Editor-rREV. W. 11. Kaufman, Edison, Wash Master Workman—C. H. Swigart.. ....;. Edison, Wash Distributer—E. F. Nolan Edison, Wash i National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, June 2. New active members enrolled. .. 25 New honorary members enrolled 2 Present total membership 3,285 [Note— Honorary members are per sons in sympathy with our movement, who are enrolled on the payment of pi 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 cents monthly dues and are not charged any enrollment fee. They are admitted on signing the Brotherhood pledge.] NEW LOCAL UNIONS ENROLLED. Member...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 11 June 1898

I LQUfILITY GOLONY NOTES | 3L ■'■•»■«'■■' .»_«. $. Edited 1)1 MRS. ANNIE BILIINGSLtY. «{? «A"» (Copy for these columns must be handed to Mrs. Annie ; Ullnßsley. at ;*,? ',*.. Fmiality, not later than 10 o'clock Friday rnin;.l v»>. iff ' •««t ...,< .*- „*» |Itllli,il'Al'a« tU f**»«V«>*.»A-:tt^--,'*-y«,»«i,*n''-i*->->*,'» ■**J"r?s? T«T': )T*jT?»?•?»?*>??»-- •jTTjTTt" ■»« *♦ ■■.? i»Tw it.* ■♦" W <.».» -.is it,* <».• <»■« —Thanks to Eva Collier of Montana for some ; a : era an.l magazines for the library. The rabbits and blue jays here are much daiker colored than In the East, but are alike plentiful. • —Cur numbers are fast increasing: Xi are glad to see the interest taken by the people in general In colony life, —T'is really remarkable how well the children get along. They seldom quarrel and seem so happy. They sometimes set an example to the old er ones. —Our new dining room is nearly finished, and as we are somewhat crowded for room for so many to eat, we ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 18 June 1898

INDUSTRIAL FREEDOM „,,».«•** *___! -«*?-* **?*ti!Li_^-■_*?_?<-.__?'■£_'--'" ft?' 6* *■"<■* «■**<■* «■*'£- *.*'t* *•*".» _.*•££ -*'';£ *.»•'> _;'";_;;■"'■-■ swift _*'A» **J4g !~ pi\ij+ \rt(t% 'sM* *%ts* -viv- •^/■«* *vi«» -vie* s>*R -v.v* •vrf*** *"*i^» •">>«* *>,** »,nC~,, v C nn-TV,,,-* r>,(s s&tt* 9wS» *t)to*^tK+ I Ghantu as sue Is j Wjf&Srit* *s»i«*"SviS" **W *»'*>• *>«•» *■/•>.■+ rt'iV* -v.*-. *»i«* -ii** Ttfr* ~9t¥»Tatr**" *i,i* V/.vC-vticC?-/;** V,isd>';vT<>■(*> <>i«* a.l us anil teach us. till earth ami heaven -aw larger around us anil higher above, sacrament bread has a bitter leaven, c halt oaf traps with the name of love even hate has a kindlier meaning." [HE Society for the Suppression of Poverty and Uplifting of the irthy Indigent was holding its regu meeting in the parlors of its presi it. The very atmosphere of the 111 seemed to exhale an odor of pros itv. and scoffing doubters might have n found who would h...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 18 June 1898

INDUSTRIfIIi I PRfcfcDOIYI. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH Terms of Subscription: One Cop«, Due Year It .00 Six Months M Three Months 88 To members-of Brotherhood, ■'"'- per year. Foreign—sent by members—sl per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, ,1 Mi IMBIH* HAS ROOM FOR ALL. / The Brotherhood of the Co-opera / tive Commonwealth has room for till manner of socialistic organizations which accept Its central idea, that of carrying the state of Washington for socialism In 1901 by organizing socialists In co-operative industries of all kinds: thus developing the present political democracy (the-rule of-the-people-ln-polltlcs Into the economic democracy the-rule-of-1 be- le-in-economics . * I The distinguishing characteristic ' of the Brotherhood of the Co-opera j tive Commonwealth i- that It invites / socialists from all over the Union to concentrate their forces in Washing ton till this state is socialized, that is till the functions of the present state an...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 18 June 1898

National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL HOARD OP TRUSTEES, president—Rev. Myron W. Rekii. Denver, Col Secretary— W. Lermonii...Edison. Wash Treasurer—Miss Helen M. Mason.. .; Edison, Wash Organizer— Rev. Geo. Caniiee Toledo. O Dean—l'ROF. FRANK Parsons..Boston. Ma>s Editor—Rev, W. H. Kaufman. Edison, Wash Master Workman—o. H. Swigart.. ,*,,; ...J K. is. Wash Distributer— E. F. Nolan Edison. Wash National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, June 9. Key.- active members enrolled... 11 New honorary members enrolled .'1 Present total membership .3,299 [NOTE — Honorary members are per sons iii 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 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.] NEW LOCAL UNIONS ENROLLED. Members. Beltzhoover Xo. 10 of Pa 5 RECEIP...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 18 June 1898

! EQUALITY COLONY NOTES 3 jt . ~~ 1 »i Edited bu MRS. ANNIE, BILLINGSL&Y. $ •«, [Copy for these columns must be handed to Mrs. Annie BUH-gsley. at •, ,1. Kqu-lttv, not later ihan 10 o'clock Friday morning. 1 il (T *< ll >»» j_ _«i _♦_ -•_ „ -i_ ■«_ _«_ j_ _•_ _<t _*_ it i<_ it. i«_ _k _♦_ ji a«± it. an i»i ii — Bro. Davison of Oregon is a new arrival In the colony. Mrs. Amy Odell was elected as su perintendent of cuisine. — Bro. Fisher has added several swarms of bees to his apiary this week, -Mr. C. 11. Ahrens of Ventura Co.. i il.. is here sizing us ip with a view xo joining. —We are Intending to set up a milk separator and churn soon, as our milk comes mi in huge quantities. —Socialism has struck the redskins. /-Mohawk in.;:.in is here Investiga ting us with a view to joining. —tiro. Boissevaln is carrying his head pretty high on account of the addition of a tine milk cow to his herd. —A large barn is to ie built as soon as the carpenters can get to it. It is to b...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 25 June 1898

-^ ' Cr ff'AiM HH m wl^4—s_______t n__—S—_ • BB_aS—_B_s_H___K _____■_P-^^^^^ **—»——-^^**^S———————si—Bs^-^^^^ _j^ —^tJ j^^^j\» %g^_Sf__. *^-"*^,n ■*- 4^_h_h_^9s) C^sl *^e___ -^siuHS_> _B—^B———w /^r- is' Xli J I J , _r hs\ S^M IsT MflitVui S\ ——— ls_S— . vmtW^^^ —»■ • \ SBMSB———'**••■** * —SM——i£ S^SS—SSX— W—SSS» ———————^-^f——————l4—————* - ~^—■——W——•———•"•»—_—fci^_e* — i^ff f_uE _r^ —————^^ —————v- L^_l 1 Vol. I 1 voting sovereigns! IS X From Mayliell's "Civilization Civilized." jjs j.ll, . ■. 4 ..»ii^- ,'i^,,*ii?^ii, ~..^--.'i.>.^"a»V^.,a_>. __"«_-■•«_;•••-..■•■!;••■-..■•.!.••.-;.. e -*i'«* 7,n"^/iv«''"f* •*»•«-. «-»iV* -VtS»» *>«*» *•*!•> *nV* *->i*» *T»i-e* *-*i*» -v^i. l \,>. <*i<C^>n-C^i,vClii^C XDIVIDUALISM has steadily sup pressed nationalism, through the itical "conventions": in these rings political vic6, individualism dictates , to-be agents and policy of the gov iment. Tho . convention prints tin; ■turn, and hands it over to the sov [gaa to vo...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 25 June 1898

INDUSTRIfII I FREE-DOM. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH Terms of Subscription: One Copy, i me Year' ?1.00 •• mx Months M '• •• Three Months M "To members of Brothertioo-, BOc per year. l'-..r. sent by members 11 per year. EDISON, SATURDAY. JUNK 25, 1808 ELECTION OF OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES. There are two chief objections to the ordinary methods of elections: l. A small majority, or in a three cornered election a minority may get the whole committee, while a large minority, or possibly a majority, may be wholly unrepresented. _. Only extremists can get elected while careful men who "look on both sides," are usually barred out. To remedy these evils it is proposed: 1. in electing committees, con gressmen, councilmen, boards of di rectors and other bodies of two or more members, each party should have representation according to its strength, For instance, if there are ten committeemen and 100 voters.and one party has 40 votes, another •>. and a...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 25 June 1898

National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. national, BOARD of trustees. * president— Rev. Myron W. Reed, ....". '.:.... Denver, Col Secretary—N. W. Lebmond...Edison, Wash Treasurer— Miss Helen M. Mason.. Edison. Wash Organizer— Rev. Geo. Candee Toledo, O Dean- -Prop. Frank Parsons.. Boston, Mass Editor—Rev. W. H. Kaufman. Edison.Wash Master Workman— H. Swigart.,. Edison. Wash Distributer— E. F. Nolan Edison, Wash National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday. June 16. >'ew active members enrolled... IB New honorary members enrolled 0 Present total membership 3.317 [XOTE— -Honorary members are per sons in sympathy with our movement, who are enrolled on the payment of 10 cents. They have no vote and are not required to pay dues, but do all tin v 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.] receipts IN COLONIZATION' fund. previously reported 114,110 00 R...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 25 June 1898

I EQUALITY GOLONY NOTES t 9 v. tj? „..—«.— *♦* iji Edited bij MRS. ANNIE BILLINCSLEY. $ Jfe- (Copy for those columns must be handed to Mrs. Annie Illllingsley. at *$ *.}. Equality, not later than 18 o'clock Friday morning.! 2 ***-?V??#*■?♦?liWVnli'WVVVW *» '*s W ■*♦.»' -'♦•* "*~ iff W WW <t? *TW, —The young folks had a social hop Wednesday. —The health department is busy at tending to matters sanitary. Mrs. Odell. superintendent de partment of cuisine, was compelled to order more dishes to accommodate the new comers. —A water ram has been donated to Equality by Bro. Quimby. The gift is highly appreciated, as we are using very primitive water works at pres ent. —A friend in Oregon offers to do nate a ton of this year's crop of prunes if we pay the freight. We are duly grateful, as this will be by far the cheapest way to get our prunes for, next year. —Our hogs escaped from their pen this week, but they were surrounded by a lot of socialists who promptly penned them. There are some...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 2 July 1898

INDUSTRIAL FREEDOM Vol. I -•"i.-"i^V'-ii"'i>~"ix""<.^"'i;"'-i^"!i.--<.i'.".i^-''i.--c«"i«"- ■>» ...,„ .„., «..., „ „.« ... *..„, ?.„*. r ,.*.T,x. ->.*. .».«• S».«s »..!» --„.-. ,„,, -i,«- -»«, „it. ->.i~>A?V-,,,<r?,;S'v )^-CfcSCy,,,<s;S'^, l sJ-,,5-5,,5^,i 1 5' I Ihr ory competitive Day. 1 >'{ t'Kif-: EDDY. ,!); v*ii*"-i^'*ii*"iii*'*iiV^i^' l'*ii*'^.^!'^^"i^"' rii* t*i *-*"'• »**'-• ■*'*• •*?*• VMM •*»«* +St/>* «,.•»„ ..».,,. «!«* viiiU FROM the vantage ground of the front room of my palatial resi ience (mine, not so long as I need it, but so long as 1 can pay the rent . m a sunny comer, surrounded by the luxurious furniture which is a por ion of my meek reward from the lucrative position of a writer for he reform press. I surveyed the :ide of competitive strife that surged IP and down the thoroughfare and took tote of the overflow which beat against ny residence and Hooded at times, hall, dtchen and ••den". As daylight' began to gild the noble umini...

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

INDUSTRIfII 9 FRGfciDOIYI. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OP THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH (Entered .i; the i1 ■ ito cc, Edison; Skagll County, wash., as second OLi-.-- mail matter, i Term. of Subscription: One Copy, One Year '... ?1.00 s;\ Months M Three Month* 85 To members of Brotherhood. 50c per year, Foreign—sent by tnembei - 11 per year. EDISON; SATURDAY, JULY 2. 1888. MEANS AND ENDS. The editor has received several let ters commending his attitude on a one-plank platform. One of the let ters I print, with my comments, in •another column. Socialism is an end. direct legisla tion is the simplest and best means of securing all desirable political ends. socialism among the rest. Socialism is the apple, direct legis lation is the tree. Speaking tor no one but himself.the editor wishes to agitate and educate [or socialism; but would rather vote for direct legislation. His reasons are that on a one-plank platform a large majority of the voters of Wash ington can be won for di...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 2 July 1898

National Uni n Department HEADQUARTERS, KDISON. WASH. NATIOXAt! BOARD OF TRUSTEES. i. r csiaent-KEV. Mvhon W. Reed, ' ••^.f Denver. Col ecretary—X. W. Leiimoso...Edison, Wash rreasuroV— Miss Helen M. Mason.. Edison, Wash Organizer—ltKV. QBO. CANDEB Toledo, o De»n—PßOf. FRANK Parsons.. Mass Edltor-KKV. W. H. Kaufman, Edison, Wash Master Workman—C. 11. Swioakt.. Edison, Wash Distributer— E". F. Nolan Edison, Wash . :,h — National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday. June 2.'!. •sew active members enrolled... 22 New honorary members enrolled 0 Present total membership 3,31" r^oTE— Honorary members are per son's in sympathy with our movement, who are enrolled on the payment of 10 cents. They have no vote and are not required to pay dues?, but do all they can for tin- cause. Active mem bers pay I" cents monthly dues and are not charged any enrollment fee. They are admitted on signing the Brotherhood pledge.] RECEIPTS IN COLONIZATION FUND. Previously ported 514.981 2."> To cre...

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

EQUfILITY GOLOIHY NOTES !! W Halladay President IG. E, Pelton y Bureau of Dennis McCoy.. Secretary Alex. Pugn -Correspond- Alex. I'iu'h..' Treasurer W. C. B. Randolph) ence. —The carpenters are building plat forms ami outside stairways to apart ment house No. -■ — Bro. Walker and Mrs. Randolph went to Mt. Vernon Tuesday to at tend to school business. We are negotiating with a social ist friend In Oregon fur a ten-dorse engine and boiler and brick makinil machine. —We are laying out a road to inter sect with the Belfast plank road. This will give us a much shorter route than at present. i -Some-I:-;tiff about the sawmill tr:':c \!?nd.*.y ;nd our carpenters be £l2 ••.:.,.'. I, takes lots of lumber tO C-itls., them. —Mr. Charles Fox and son Ralph of Dayton, Ohio] have joined Equality. Bro. li x will assist Bro. Barton in the manufacture of: soap. —Bro. Savage and crew are survey ing the townsite. We will probably soon be ready to give out a unique plan of communal town. Comrades Palbit...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 9 July 1898

ia^i f^ "R "p If rio i*r s In^^^^™*^^* wH^mb nHn lpl I justiiiGd by the Enemu. Die Pacific Coast the Only Location. IE face of the world has changed more than once, and the tnove iof the greater nations of the world 1,, earth* chessboard would indi tluit the lace of the world will soon i be changedi < 'ountrieH on the f n! the Atlantic have for tWO ]V il years oomposed the living of the world, ' >ut of the waters a ivorlil '■'■■'• born, on these ghoren v Kit ion arose like the cloud t he size lans hand, but destined to till the Hemisphere, On the western I ,' Atlantic a vti\ erm,i. Nt of ited interest and form was broupht : ■ - '- a depart ure from all ol •■.ernmi nt of anj age, It «as ernmenl of thirteen states, each itH own le.j i-lati\e and ju ■. _".. i nnient, lnakinu' and enjoy »own laws, extending or abridg privileo-es. with its k'g-islu uiiil i i.iiciary head lnsepartil)l\ ed and Hubservient to . _ - itive and judi<"iarj federal iiiu- national and state (fovern." for...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 9 July 1898

INDUSTRIfII FRkfcDOIVI. L - ; m -SHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-07 1 I YE COMMONWEALTH I Entered at the Piislofflce! Kiil»«n. Ska Cou ny.iva-.1i.. us second clay* mall matter.] Terms of subscrlption: ... Copy, One War *'-°? ■• i-'x Mouths .... '*'. Three Months 25 *l't> member* of Urotherhooj, We per year; t*orelgn~*«Bt by member —?l lcr year. KIMSOX, SATURDAY .JULY !>, I •-. — ~ ... : .-.:. = __ ! Two ftuastiom in Ethics. A strike d!" T ■ miner- Is "nin northern Colora do because the governor of that state has failed to [force the agreement between the miners and the company. Ailifierence having arisen between! the men and the company it was agreed by both sides that. the matter should be referred to the state board of arbitration, the decision of that board to be Qnul. I'he board fixed 45 and <">0 cents a ton, but the company immediately set aside the decision.; A receiver being appointed by the court hie ran the mine during one mouth eight days. during which...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 9 July 1898

National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. president—Jluv. Mvimx \V. REED. Denver. Col Secretary—N. W. LERMOND.Y.Edtson,; Wash Treasurer— Miss Helen M. Mason. . Edison. Wash Orsnnizer—lU;v. lico. Casdes Toledo 11 Dean- prof. Frank Parsons .'.Bos ton, Mam Kdit'ir— i;kv. W. 11. Kaufman, Edl3on,Wash Master Workman—C. 11. Swhiaht.. Edison, Wash Distributer—E."Pi Nolan Edison. Wash National Secretary's Report, [•'or week ending Thursday, June ■>>. ! ICew active members enrolled... -'■'< ' New honorary members enrolled I Present total membership :s.:Uu [NOTE —Honorary members are per gona in sympathy with our uloveir.ent. ] who are enrolled on the payment of to 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 c 'nts monthly dues and are not charged any enrollment fee, They are admitted on signing the Brotherhood pledge.] RECEIPTS IN COLONIZATION FL'SD. Previously reported HS...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 9 July 1898

I EQUftLITY COLONY NOTES 1 $ ~ f •Ajfi' w Hailaday . .President G. E. Pclton / Bureau of ? V T jJ< Dennis McCoy. Secretary Alex. Puph -Correspond- £«i X Alex. Hugh.. Treasurer |W.C. B. Ltandolph l ence. jj^ The boys »awed '\ r of<el of lum ber Thursday, Bro. Dade was admitted to mem bership Saturday. it rains a good deal in Washing ton, hut it does not seem so wet as eastern rain. About a do/en oranges were con tributed to the sick comrades bj Bros, Jaap and Hart. Comrades DeWolf, Gnnnlson and Palbitska, returned from a Ashing tour, banging; about :!iM) pounds, Bros. P. A. Peterson. 1). A. Hade and Alfred Hudson were admitted to membership in EqnalitJ this week. Mrs. Peterson from California ai rived this week and takes up an ac tive part in kitchen and dtningroom department. Boys, we need carpenters, tan ners, shoemakers, tinners and soon. When you get tired of wage slavery, here is your refuge. A stock of heavy and light men"a shoes has just been opened m> in the shoe sho...

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