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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 6 August 1914

ECONOMIC S. OR STATE C. S., WHICH? Second Chapter Carolina Nelson 1E('4 N IC ORGANIZATION ()ut of the owrkers' economic organizations the future society must be built. The building o,f l iiese organizations constitute the building of tihe new within the shell of the old. It'f they are built upon autocracy, that future ,ciie,'ty muust then be ruled by autocracy with its pub -ordination and ipower of disciplining the m.s,.s of the rank and file. But the old labor organization built upon central, autocratic ipower. never gets that far because it has de v\eloped'l all over the world a bureaucracy of c.onse.rvative leadership that constantly holds the workers back on the economic field. The laiºir leader withi power and responsibilities l.beoe., s conservative. Ile dickers with the boss for the selling of the labor power of his "peo plle". The boss flatters him to make the best of tihe bargain; they become good iriends and in that friendship the leader's working class psyc,hology disappe...

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. — 6 August 1914

MEXICAN REVOLUTION ((Continued on from page 1) Mlexi.ans for weeks while they fought. It is the ha' rdest work in the world. Nothing you do, here. is as hIaril. 'IThe Mexicans atre sick of war bult llhey ai.re ore sick of the drudgery fr11" A1rr;riria c 'apiftl whiic hi in Mexico is worse titan lighting. T'hley will not stand for the vº'loit:atl1i, whichl tlihey submitted to l)efore fllt war. " A.\s for I th thievish chiirileter of tihe people. I travIeled with the r)oughlest. gang inll Villa's aiirivy for two weeks on a desert, tiirrch. hlhrdly a soldieir in lhat lot who had not been a bandiit. lbefore he' joineid th- ariy. Th'le men had not bee'n paid folr 1ine' lionithls and I 1had 4(N) p~xsoM with me. I 1had two he14avy b)laIikets and Ii .oiilllete outfit. The arlly waIs bilut half olut fifftted. 'l'The snallest thing of wine was nI r,,l ',eled. ()it(' of Ithe meni insisted on giving fie' It horse'. I s511)1)se' lie stole him i but ihe gave himll . to 8le. I was the guest of the...

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. — 13 August 1914

"Under the Loftiest Monuments Sleeps the Dust of Murder" ONE UNION OF THE WORKING LASS.THISN ,REE LAND, FREE INDU•STRIES OIJbzaiolh Is Power Io 84 NO--. THE WORLD OVER. NO. r 84 yer e "stm THE VOICE Op ii PISPE Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil AV An Injury to One is an Injury to All \( 1,.. III N(. P* . )It.I'l N,. I), (IdtI (i )N, ' 'lUltISI)AY, AI T(IlS'I' 1:, 1914 IGHT M ]I CLASS STRUGGLE IN CANADA illa 1251 .11 1 4 o114-rV .1441114 ,11 '4' llt.P I, .l W. \W',1 Av4'rta1iiI 1i4ll t l .I;iiii.s Ir44c,'241' (1,l4 *itr. Iie 'l', (;I:& 411. lahsti Febr'u) ary ,14 I1s Ii µ"4-'1n1'.' I t112o1le Wits 1IIl 4 54'4'IiI t141 hi 1I14' :1 ill .12114''r, WV4lc'4c'fcwrle' Iiwit wi t Ii 2144 I gº, esi'r 1:oµ":41(11i' 14-11 (I t s I4'2111r, 4l thi Iarr..tt), Inft Iethe l-1',r' thato Ile was, ll' Ar Iivili.n wth14r' 211 .141111154111'S Sh2IP. of14 hs1.41,14 1, 1l' figIht, l.hllt tiheI y14'V 14)4)11(1 .1411 I de'a1d1. It was p'cil lv :ftr IV i41'tl ithat. (I('4'4a 154'4 V.215 l as 1 (414r4'(l, )...

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. — 13 August 1914

The Voice of the People Elnterad as ti(, Scond class ,Mtter, uly 5, 191;:, at Ihe' I'ltoflTi'e at New Orleans, l a., iundler the \Act of August 24, 19)12 l'ublishelI weet'kly by tihe ('ity (Central Coimmit t('t' of the Inltli iit i Il Workers of the' WXorhl of I'ortnl- llel, O )regon. )14'141'1'; 14 T, ) l i II '.V'I'1ON ::09 I)AVIS S,''. 'OI:TI .A NI) )IEl( i lN ('ovintigon I lull :Editor SiSt('lll"l'I( ON HI'1AT flniitteI States: 52 w,'eek$, $1.):; 2:i4 weeks 504'; 1.3 weeks $0).23 I"'oreignl: O lin year 1..,1) Single Iolie's .05 II1 N 1I)1A1 ( IlI)' Rlt tAT'I'S Ilnit(d'f States: 5 l.lpies, 1:1 weeks, $1.l)); o1" 11I or miore copie's l'aid 14 weetks in advance, 1 c per copy. O)'I'Il\IIIHI'IS, in I'nittei States or ('aninda, '-( pe'r copy. No i'conu its ('arrl'i( ln'vt hoI (urr'nt mlolltlh. CASi MIST AC'I4' MIl'ANY A11 O;I)lIS REMOVAL OF VOICE Ileginning with No. .1 TIll'.l \'t'l4'E bega.In its life' in I'ortland. Ilow long that lift, will In, dIeletllls cnlireilyv on, wLhethe...

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. — 13 August 1914

ONE BIG UNION IN LUMBER INDUSTRY Iy WV. ii. Levwis, the Tie-Maker Many people seem to think the tie-maker is a walking mioney vault and when they sell him anything they act in accordance with their thoughts. Yes, tliree or four dlollars per day sounds hI,;, which would ihe true if it was so. Now what are the facts? .1 few years ago one of the largest tie comn pari',s in the world, gave us the following fig',ures, or rather « obtained the figures from them. I )on't a.sk 1hw. I would not tell you if I knew. Anyhow they leaked out and canme straight from headquarters. The'l figures are that the yearly average was ten tiets per day pe'r man, the average wage Ieing 1:: cents tlhe tie. This gives the man $40(5.6() per year. I lere are sonme figures they did not give us. STe year's board at $1M.()0 per month $216. This is rather low because when he moves froni one ,jiI to another, which averages about three moves a year, IIe eats in hotels and sleps in the satile places. Ilis carfare aver...

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. — 13 August 1914

OH, MEN OF THE REBEL CLU N! Southern California, an ideal spot for a revo lution to start. Los Angeles has more stool pigeons than any other place in proportion to the population on earth. Pasadena has more millionaires than any other town for its size in the world. Southern California, where scores of women with unemployed husbands se-ll themselves to keep their children from starving, where the rich of the world con gregate to exploit and debauch the working men, their women and children (daughters and sons), where. most of the prostitutes are mere children-14 to 17 years old-where it iscon silered a crime of the worst stripe to belong to or believe in the tactics of the fighting I. W. W. The grandest place in the world for the " rich. Where a local Scripps paper exposes the 1 est customer. of the prostitutes as rich people and business ?) men. Where the reporter of said paper is surrounded by the stools and pimps of the master class and beaten up with blackjacks, and one of the ...

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. — 20 August 1914

HILL AND PANONER MUST BE FREEDI ONE UNION OF THE WORKING CLAS. THIS IS NO. FREE LAND, I INDUSTRIES Oafi s Power I. THE WORLD OVBER. NO. *w *  t we k. THE VOICE S F11 PEOPLE Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil 0 An Injury to One is an Injury to All VI,. III NO. :'2. I' 'I'IANI), ()IIE(JON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1914 MIGHT IS BIGHT Fight on for Person's Life IBy Floyd (ibhons A seN'C'ial 44.lition of the Bulletin has been :•rraIg4(d t for. !t will he put ut in regiiular nImirolpolitani newsllpaper size, andI will carry t 11' facts o4l4'erninIg the 'Iersoin .ase, which, a'e aorlding to A Ittorney (ornmerford, is the greatelt 11ma of manIllluftur('d evidence( that was ever (.chllected hby tlhe Statte' of Illinois, or tany othelr statH, for thlie Ipurpose of railroad an innocent .,an it the gallows. State's Attorney Using Logan County Press State's Afttrney Williams of IDeWitt ('County anid his press, agents., wiho ari, reslponsiIlIe for thel clllha.nge of ven'('e frotlll IDeWitt to I)ogan o...

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. — 20 August 1914

The Voice of the People 1 '+1n.r,'1 . 111 '4'1111 1'l ~ss M latt'er, .1July 1 ,. 191:1, at. I11 , I' ,ItIT' ' :It Ne'v1 ) ll' li.j14 , Ila., 11111nr, ih, ,,' Ct of .\iggust 2 , 1912! I 'hiliShilE'i weekly by lthe I'ortlinnd l ,ontl ofr 1 l,'!,l', t ' I't' 5 i'Is* ,i1 '.\'I ' ,IO N ::,' I 4 l vl IS SvI'. I'ihIl'Il. \Nil 4)I IdinN I'vn ill, oi' I Ia Isll :iil r Snt I4'\1 Il i IN' l111114: 1 '. .: '' w '11 '. $1.11'0: 21l I w us i .50c;ll I i 14' e c I 111 . 1 1 ý IiI4 4';11 54' ugh Iis Ni . I olci1'. i 't' IY- IIE'Z 10i * ,l'b ri l : 4' t E, 11', I 1 . l .-t l I,111iil 1 :,it Sll t il,:' .: I E,,'i, i I 1:; Iw l 'ks4, $1.)$ ; 1or I oll I111' ll' lE' 1 ºc I 'S IE 'l'4' 1 14) wee, ks in advt ll I t141W 11 'I (' l. "4/Il' 11 ll 1 iL I 'lll4)' )' II 4'r ill I Ih lp,'r c op lv. '('I'I IIc 1 t' ISI' intI 'nitl' il St 'It 4 I ', r o ':n lha, 1' 11'1r c',opy. No i'4' illxsl5I $ i 14'54' 114'IoiIll 11t4' hltllls 1 1 1. (A' ill 11"i' S' . \l'l IMI'.ANY A1,1, )llll0 1)111' "THE STRENGTH OF LABO...

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. — 20 August 1914

REWARD FOR PATRIOTISM .\r article, bI, Mary iBoyle (O'Ieilly in the, ;lt Ilinl N..ws lof Aulglust 14, gives the follow Irii' ,le,'ri ,ti , bIVy an ,eye" witness of the hattle iIl< at Vise iawl Liege, Bielgiurm: SI:elgiaus and (; ermansr lay btrewwn inll inde ,."riblh:Il!h ,onfusioit, giving muite evidence that 11"" ,',llict 1:l bI,.,'n h:IndI to Hand havow1i. IJ, il-, Iir il1r . It.r ui, g aii(lIg the I, li "" º ( ', (Ili I11:lee, dllife'r i011ii1, were tlEh( bodies of lhorsest :I lie wre'e'ks ' automobiles an IE i''lE'. 'I'l,. It, liian EE,' lis inft'anlry, I surli l isedl , haili;1" .auI'hrit aI I,,ly ,i' of; fIernlan infantry and :,Iavalry hi'fr'E, itE a flank vE1.EerrirlE t.|. Th'lTl silne was ,ha.st lv. 'l'1h Iat ltfi'li I- IuAIs EI la o(,d, anl the' wounded haEil all leei lc 'kld , ll), llr IIoreil' likely lihad 1ElluiI relief Ill lati le. Iill along t11li route villgEg s w.er iin ruin, liels flattene'llll, Iforests ch'ilirre'd iv flameli. A ShlEti",el ,l I'' ilEand s...

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. — 20 August 1914

THOU SHALT NOT KILL--THYSU ' By Fred Freyr This new commandment is as old as the world: It' was, it is nature's first and most important law, equally valid for all of her children, including man. But the toiling slave was made to forget that primal law until he lived in his hell-existence-unconsciously one endless violation of it. To what depth of slavery the two-legged ani mal will sink-once only brute, physical force could chain the slave to his master imposed, self-murderous task-and now ' Behold, thanks to age-long treatment of his brain with the educational morphine of thelogical, judicial and political medicine men-the vermin of the human race-he admires his chains and glories in voluntarily, loyally and patriotically com mitting suicide by hours and inches. Loath some sight. Who can deny, that the slave has persist ently and voluntarily maimed, exhausted and killed himself( beginning with the time, when masterly trainers succeeded in domesticating the animal man by enwrapping...

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. — 27 August 1914

Workers of the World Unitel-Rush Capitalists While they F VIM ONE UNION OF THE WORKING OLASs. TOrgaIi lo NO. 8ýý . FREE LAND, FRE INDU1STBISd I THE W ORLD OVER. N OI . "w r . .e rn- rn ....rA O3RR THE VOICE O0 IPl OE Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil B An Injury to One is an Injury to All VOLi. I NO:. .. I'PORTILANI), OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1914 MIGHT IB BIGHT Texas Beats Hell lerneral Sherlnitl ,ncie saidt: "If I owned hell and i'Texas, I would rent Texas and live in hlell." Slherman was the same general and said " War is hell." and proved it, so he knew what hle was talking albout when ihe so eimdhati cal lv referred to Texas. In a letter received froul friends in San An tonio the writler tlhereof describes tihe plight of i{angel, ('line and thieir (onm0 anions as pitallte in tlhe extreme'. The rien have now been in the prisons of that super-hellish state for over 11 montlhs. In that time ('line and others hav been confined for long perirods in solitary co,.' finement. in dami...

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. — 27 August 1914

The Voice of the People Entered as Second-class Matter _August 12 1914, at the Paoetoff ice at Potliand. br..-o.. unda' the Act of August 2 1912Y h Published weekly by the Portland Locals of the Industrial Workers of the World. OFFICE OF PUBLICATION 309 DAVIS ST. PORTLAND OREGON Covington Hall ................--. ............Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES United States: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks 50ei ;13 weeks................ . ............. $0.25 Foreign: One year .........................--------------.......... 1.50 single copies ........................... 05 BUNDLE ORDER RATES United States: 5 copies, 13 weeks, $1.00; or 10 or more copies paid 10 weeks in advance, l1c per copy. OTHERWISE, in United States or Canada, 2c. per copy. No accounts carried beyond current month. CAS* MUST ACCOMPANY ALL OR01.. OUR POOR INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS The United States Conuniission on Industrial Relations has visited our fair city of roses and doughnuts-but their visit does not seem to have made any app...

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. — 27 August 1914

TO THE READERS OF THE VOICE In issue No. Sl of the Voice appeared an article under the heading "'Economic Solialismn or State capital Socialism, Which?" Its proler heading should have been "l)ecentrali zatin and Svndicalism or the I. W. W. and ),lin Big lInion, Which ll" I nlter this and other headlines a long train of art icles have been coming through the Voice. Now this Voice is supposed to Ibe an I. W. W. papej'r and is sold at propraganda andr street, mee,'tings throughout the country as such. We, the miiembers of local 5M(6, do not believe that artiches such as those mentioned are gmood for Irpolproganda of the I. W. W. And here are s5,line of the reasons why we do not think they are good for the I. W. W.'s proproganda work: It makes the memihershi pay for presenting anId I'roprogating syndicalism to the detriment of the 1. W. W. for, invarably, only one side of t lhe case is ever stated in an 1. W. W. paper iunder the name of Industrial IUnionism. Now if in a iproproganda pap...

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. — 27 August 1914

'SOCIALIST' (?) JUDGE SOAKS WOBBL]E Butte, Mont., August 20.--llere in the Social ist Idolice court vyesterday, while two (ladies) from the Volunteers of Ameriean were on trial for (I idon't know what). ()ne aeused the other ,,f having it illigitienate child. \When E';miaiiL (;,1hhn1n11 c'am to town shie hiredl IFellow \\',orker MooreI . to spliel for her in frolt of the aut1ito,riul 1(1 get the c'rowd andi )11ie t"hie lliert'lll'' s of theil si piel'rs' 1111ic)ll 4'1111a ' lupon the s.cene aid fortrhwith Caused the arrest of thie Igllhw WVler. Th'le judge, however, dlismiss edl the c'ase a;ind l"'ellow Worker Moore went. his way while E'l'mi:a was obliged to hire oil o'- f t he' mlinlirlli all i," which silhe dlid 8l d asked l''ellow \\',rker Moore to start himi off a1111i tell himi what to holler, which he did iby h1hlering out wiire what was 14) be hollered, when the onIly other remaining mInlember of th,: goods and faithful union value along, jealous )bea.'ush'e h did noti geett...

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. — 3 September 1914

HUMAN HUNGER + OPPRESSION SOCIAL REVOLUTION ONE UNION OF THE WORKING GLASS. THIS IS NO. M FREE LAND, FREE INDUSTRIES OO r i IS PiOWer n i -r"-"" THE WORLD OVER. NO.  , NOu Na. THE VOICE O 11 PEOPE Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil 0 An Injury to One is an Injury to All \'i , II No::I. ('ORTILAN1), oREG()ON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1914 MIGHT IS BIGHT "Businessmen" Sneak 1 ellowlegs Into Butte, Mont. A,.t.,,r line to thi I','orthInd' ".Journal" of .\iugirstl :Ilt, (;tGver1or St4wart of Montaila Wvi.s "m Joblizing" thl. m,,ilitiu to rldu.,', thl. mhin.vrs of I'utt4 to.t "order." We who have seen it, all know what. this s.rt of "ordehr" nuians to w ,ri'kiL.!' 4'ia.s orgawIizatlma(s. It 114wars, if Sit ( ('4ssf' ul, til.' ('o I l,'ti' delstIru'ctiln of t.he 1 , 'al I'fioll4 l 3 4ll Ilhd 1 11 l4' ortlilliIoll ( of the i' ittil'' (°O l ll lli|I.t t0 f,,e r1h111 of t n ist Iallatl , 111 g lillll l l' . A\s usual l t ill lllill'rs are' Il'ig hllaIrg ld, direc.tly anrd Iby irl.silllln l ...

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. — 3 September 1914

The Voice of the People Entered as acod-clSS Matter AuguSt 12. 1t14, at the Postofflc@ at Portland, brego unuer the Act of August 24. 10I Published weekly by the Portland Locals of the Industrial Workers of the World. OFFICE OF PUBLICATION ® 309 DAVIS ST. PORTLAND OREGON Covington Hall ...........................--- -----..........Editor SI; BSCRIPTION RATES I'nited States: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks 50c: 13 weeks .....---- ......---- ....... . .. ...............$0.25 Foreign: One year ..........-----------------------............. 1.50 Single copies ............................. .05 BUNDLE ORDER RATES ITnited States: 5 copies, 13 weeks, $1.00; or 1( or more copies paid 10 weeks in advance, 1 le 1.er copy. OTHIERWISE, in United States or Canada, 2c per copy. No accounts carried beyond current month. (CASH MUIST ACCOMPANY ALL O11 lB 21 REBELS! The Voice Needs Your Help! FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE VOICE for weeks ending August 16 and August 29, 1914: hCash on hand August 16th ...........

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. — 3 September 1914

CRIMINAL RAILROAD BRAKEMEN 'To'o, ('ounty, Utah, Jail, August 24th, 1914, t(n July 17th four fellow workers and myself, b,(arded a west-bound freight train on the Western Pacific Railroad in Salt Lake City, [ tah. Crawling into the Alhd door of a box car loaded with ctoat. After the train had got ten under way a brakeman by the name of IDavis camle into the car and askedt us where we were going. When we had told him, he said that we would have to put up a dollar alpi.ce. \Ve told hiii that we did not have any mloney. lie then tol( us that we would have to get off at the next stop. Solae taf the boys, knowing that we would not ,e able to get another train there, asked him if he wdiul not haul us to the next water tank so as to enable us to get another train. lie said: "Nothing doing, put up or get off." I then spoke up and told him that we were union men, although we dlid not belong to the samiie unioin h(le did; we were striving to better working conditions and I hoped that he would...

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. — 3 September 1914

HOP-PICKING RIOTS ARE INVESTIGAsTED Federal Investigators Learn Detectives Ar rested Suspects on Wholesale Plan MEN DETAINED SECRETLY Witnesses Say Some of Prisoners Were De prived of Counsel for Long Periods Riots Declared "Universal Protest" Sal:, I,'r,'r1 is,',,, .Aug. 2'-.- Tell activitiies iof tA Natwereional dtty sive agencriffy iln the alheat ghIl'r \l'i ers' riots fi a ,year ago, which re A ultrge in liuthr deaths, were under the scrutiny (0," tllc iFederal mlud strial itelations ('ontnis ýi(n today. l11nt l1ts of he salien t featurs developed were: isltri Attorney Stanr lwood, of Yuba ri witounty, emptl,.oyed the detectives, saw that some of them were made depurr ty sheriffs and advised to chemll generall regarding their opefris.rations. Many Prisoners Held A large number of men were arrested in dif frent parts of tihe state and elsewhere on tiJohn I)o " warrants, charging murder and conspiracy and held for long petriods withou bes fing arraigned or being permitted to cor ...

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. — 3 September 1914

HUMAN HUNGER + OPPRESSION= SOCIAL REVOLUTION ONE UNION OF THE WORKING LASS. * ower I THIS IS NO. . FREE LAND, FREE INDUSTRIES iorflnuiR uIZiOe iIeOi edd-e THE WORLD OVER. NO. 8 7W, wle m pe .mu we. THE VI or III PE OPLE Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil . An Injury to One is an Injury to A \l. II :1 I'(ITIA NI) , ()OREO)N, THURSDAY, SI;Ii'TEM IM EIIR 3, 1914 MIGHT 18 BIGHT "Businessmen" Sneak % ellowlegs Into Butte, Mont. A ',r'tiiI lg' I, t h' 1 ( lIt iri I Ii ".il u rnal" (If w º\tig il i l (;,,i\'riv "itr t.lW.a It f' M niill ilt;, \v.i 1 " I'llº,Ii ,lizii t g " ItvII lii liti t,11 l'iI11r 11t' " i t i lli0i1 '1 of Itlilt,' 1t, ", ' r,1 ' 1'." W e\V , wh,,o h17\'t s,"lee it, 71ll lW Wl . ,'hl't I ,i I  Ill . 4 Ior er" a ,llI4, s I. , W fisf u11. lit' 4'lrlth,. ilfl",,,l' il ls. l Ii,,l (fI h. t .l il', . i s,. l III t llthe iriris W ( sire (II'it1 'l111r I'ell ,,% 111 IIII· I [ Ifo I l' I- li ll 'r w II'-list. 111,l1 )l('r 1i1r- i lIe iri'(s ,1 i'11 of I V c fli l' ir t ti' n ...

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. — 3 September 1914

The Voice of the People Entered as tcond clam Matter August 12. 111, at the Poatoflce At ofrtland. .2egon under the Act of Augu St M.12 Published weekly by the Portland Locals of the Industrial Workers of the World. ()FFICE OF PUBITBICATION 30:9 AVIS ST. PORTLA NI) ORE(ION 'ovington I ll . -..... ...Editor s ITlIS CIIPTIO N RATES l'nited States: 52 weeks, $1.00); 26 weeks 50; 3 week ............. $0.25 Foreign: One year .................................. 1.50 Single co ies ............... 0 BIINI)LE ()ORD)ER RATES IUnited Slates: 5 copil's, 13 weeks, $1.00; or 10 or more copies paid 10 weeks in advance, 1 e per copy. ()O'T'IE 11 1ISE. in United States or Canada, 2c per copy. No ncaeoinlts cnarried beyond current month. CASHl MITTI\' A('COMiI'ANY ALL O)l.. 4L - -21 REBELS! The Voice Needs Your Help! FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE VOICE for weeks ending August 16 and August 29, 1914: Cashli on haLnd August I6t.h .. ..... $12.15 Receipts August 1(;-22 lhundl lo orders .. ........... $18.50...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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