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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 27 May 1899

. Do not hesitate to take this pa per out of the Postofflce. If it Is sent you some arrangement has been made and you will not be asked to pay for it. No. 55. DEBS TALKS TO THE WEALTHY Speech of E. V. Debbs on "Prison Labor," Before the Nineteenth Century Club at Delmonico s, New York City, March 21st, 1899. IN my early years I stood before the open door of a blazing fur nace and piled in the fuel to cre ate steam to speed a locomotive along the iron track of progress and civilization. In the costume of the craft, through the grime of ming led sweat and smoke and dust I was initiated into the great brotherhood of labor. The locomotive was my alma mater, I mastered the cirriculum and graduated with the degrceof D. D., not as the lexicons interpret the letters, "Doctor of Divinity," but that better signification, "Do" and Dare" —a higher degree than Aristotle con ferred in his Lyceum of Plato thun dered from his Acad amy. i am not in the habit of telling how little I know about latin ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 27 May 1899

lowptri&l Pirwdtenj Published weekly by the - Brotherhood Co-operative Commonwealth. [Application has been made at Equality Postoffioe for transmission through the mails as second it] isa mail matter.] TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, «)ne Year 50 " ■•'* Six Months. :.. .'-"> Foreign-sent by members $1 per year. EQUALITY, SATURDAY, MAY 27. Be brief; for it is with words us with sun beams— the more they are condensed the deeper they burn.— South f-i Notice— exchanges will kind ly change address to Equality. If those who are in authority would do right, agitation would be allayed. A car load of roses is not worth as much to the dead as is a single rose to the living. Again docs Chas. Theisen remember Industrial Freedom by sending May Cosmopolitan and March McClure's, for which accept thanks. To allow a set of idlers to control the earth is criminal and if continued must result in terrible revolution. It is an injustice that must cease. "We are informed that Rev. Wallace's colon...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 27 May 1899

Debs Talks ;to the Wealthy. Continued from Ist page. pled down, the authorities overpow ered and defied, and almost 500 con victs set at liberty. Fortunately the system of leasing and contracting prison labor for pri vate exploitation is being exposed and its monster iniquities laid bare. Thanks to organized labor and to the spirit of prison reform, this horrify ing phase of the evil is doomed to dis appear before an enlightened public sentiment. The public account system, though subject to serious criticism, is far less objcctionble than either the lease, the contract or the piece-system. At least the prisoners infirmities cease to be the prey of Speculative greed and con scienceless rapacity. The system of manufacturing for the use of state, county and municipal in stitutions adopted by the state of New York is an improvement upon those hitherto in effect, but it is certain to develop serious objections in course of time. With the use of modern ma chinery the limited demand will s...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 27 May 1899

GWAUTf HURT ; motes. — 0 H. W. Halladay President A. K. Hanson... .". Secretary W. 13. Boyd. Treasurer 1 Bureau of L. L. Glfford '. [ Correspond ) ence. Wm. Hogan, Editor Colony Notes. How to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get Postoftiee Money order on Edison, but mail it to A. K. Hanson, Secy., at Equality, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble. Equality is not a money order oflice. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All members of Equality colony have changed their address from Eaison to E quality Skagit county, Wash. Remember this when you write. " _____ - MACHINERY FUND. : l . , i' ; • , i \ < . .' ' WOOD WOKKINO MACHINES. Previously reported $ -164 'J- 1 IJ H Murphy,'Oekonook. Ida •'' 50 C W Lyman, Azusa, Cal - 75 Friend, Napa', Cal .:.-: ... 598 Total' :.'.....'............ .8 «1 23 YOUNG SOCIALIST. Subscriptions receive— • Previously reported.. * 350 R. Rlefschnieder, Ore .10 Claude Halladay. Wash ',-•' .05 Wm. Hogan. (. v :., '.-'-•» Total * 3 90 Children* Industrial School— Prev...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 3 June 1899

j Do not hesitate to take this pa per out of the Postoffice. If it is sent you some.arrangement has been made and you will not be asked to pay for it. No. 56. THE RIGHT PRICE. The Labor Required to Construct a Railroad, Telegraph, or Other Plant, is all ■ 'i'X-'.l' • That They Are Worth. Z?T7<^HIS is a proposition so plain, so self-evident, that it would seem its mere statement . .*-»•■ ought to be sufficient. But ;-] we have all been" so blinded ley the torn foolery of the old compet itive system, that when we do see an economic truth, it takes us years to draw all the inference which a wiser age will be able to perceive at a glance. l^feS v'NV', . Let socialists hold up their heads, " look their opponent in the eye, and declare manfully: "We sue for simple justice at your hands —naught else we ask, nor less will have." How popular all at once has become the municiple ownership movement! So popular, indeed, as to arouse a lit tle Suspicion on the part of cool heads that this sud...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 3 June 1899

li?du?trial Prwdfon} Published weekly by the Brotherhood Co-operative Commonwealth. [Application has been made at Equality Postotlice fur transmission through the mails as second-class mall matter.] TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, One Year. SO 41 " Six Months «*> Foreign—sent by members—sl per year. EQUALITY, SATURDAY, JUNE 3. Be brief: for it is with words as with sun beams—the more they are condensed the deeper they burn.— Southey. B®"Notice—All exchanges will kind ly change address to Equality.' •'Men', whose boast is that ye Came of fathers brave and free, If there breathe on earth a slave, Are ye truly free and brave?" Wrongs, like weeds, should be killed when young, _^ The ballot under the present regime is a myth. • It is said that Turkey now has a rebellion on its hands. Why don't Uncle Sam buy it? Purchased laws and the corrupt in terpretation of laws will always de feat the ballot. True loyalty to your country would induce you to remove wrong and in justice from that c...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 3 June 1899

A STATEMENT. m&gmk' Fairhaven, Wash,, Apr. 10, '99. A. T. McDonald, Esq , New auk urn. Wash. • ! Dear Sir and Brother:—Your favor of Apr. 3rd was duly received* and would have . been, answered ■ immediately only waiting to' find out definitely about what is ; going to be done in the matter. I now know. A paper is ' being circulated for signers who are colony members and contributors. .When all who can be found here, at Seattle, Mt. Vernon, Edison and elsewhere have signed it will be carried in person and presented to the Colo- ny. '■■', If they follow out their undeviating -course' as" observed by the writer during five montTis residence there, they will either ig nore this demand of absent members as un worthy their notice, or they will give it con temptuous refusal. When this is done the colony will be placed in the hands of a re ceiver. ilt sounds hard, and it grieves me sorely that this extreme measure is necessa ry in oJder to keep other misinformed people from coming there...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 3 June 1899

| EWUJfMWW NOUS, } ? "~-~ i \ H. W. Halladay ...President ,* i A.K.Hanson Secretary 4 ? W. 15. Boyd Treasurer « i . ' 1 Bureau of f \ L. L. Gifford . | Correspond- \ f ) ' ence. y 1 Wm. Hoc. an. £ \ Editor Colony Notes. 4 ■ a How to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get Postoftiee Money order on Edison, but mail it to A. K. Hanson, Secy., at Equality, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble. Equality is not a money order office. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All members of Equality colony have changed their address from Edison to Equality Skagit county, Wash. Remember this when you write. MACHINERY FUND. WOOD WORKING MACHINES. Previously reported $ 111 28 YODira Sex LIST. Subscriptions receive-.-' ,- , Previously reported !.:...,:..».'.; $1! ill Childrens Industrial School— Previously rep0rted ..............'. $.1 00 Total $3 00 Bros. Gearhart and Lee have dehorned the cattle. Joel Wright and family are removed to La Conner. Hugh F. Mooney and family leave us for Boise, Idaho ■ * . •W. Lies...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 10 June 1899

I Do not hesitate to take this pa per out of the Poetofflce. If it is sent you some arrangement has been made and you will not be asked to pay for it. No. 57. "THE RED TERROR." Winn's Freelance Sees the Fires of Hell Fiercely Burning Beneath the Garnishments of Modern Society. M NATION'S true greatness /\ \ finds expression in the hap /~A\ j piness of its people. And so *• —* cial happiness depends upon Z . two basic factors: Individ ual freedom and industrial prosperity. In the absence either, national happi ness is impossible, and national great ness a fiction. The American . people to-day have neither indivioual liberty nor indus trial prosperity, and yet we call our selves a great nation. In what res pect are we great? True, we are great in material wealth, and in the extent of our national resources, but of what benefit are they to us as a nation? They are monopolized by a few para sites, to whom the genius of unscrupu lous cunning has transferer] the lion's share of the social...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 10 June 1899

lijdu^tri&l * Free<fcmr} V Published weekly by the Brotherhood Co-operative Commonwealth; [Application has been j made at 1 Equality Pojrtoffioe for transmission through the mails M second-class mail matter.l TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, One \ ear J " . " Six Months.... . v-° Foreign—sent by members—sl per year. EQUALITY, SATURDAY, JUNE 10. Be brief; for it is with words as with sun beams—the more they are condensed the deeper they burn.— Southey. 99 "Notice—All exchanges*will kind ly change address to Equality.. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Our postmaster has just been noti fied to revoke our temporary permit to enter INDUSTRIAL FREEDOM as second-class mail matter, and to de mand third-class rates of postage, which increase the postage bill to nearly twenty times what it has been. We are very doubtful whether we can long continue publication under these circumstances. The postage will cost us more than we get out of the paper. As it has been Aye have had a very meager maintenance 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. — 10 June 1899

LETTERS FROM OUR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS "White Man's Burden." '-',_ I think my dues are due, so please find en closed P. O. for 81. I hope to leave here by the middle of July to take up the "White man's burden" with you at Equality for free 'i'dorii and reform; so please tell my old friend Yoekey of the intention. We shall come by wagon and on bicycles so as to lighten the "load. Fraternally, Colorado. . C. W. Callaway. Altruistic. Out local (No. 17) still continues to meet ever week and sometimes prove to be quite instructive. We are better ablo to realize theY wants of each other, to cheer up the faint hearted and also to destroy some of, the air castles which are being builded by some of our over-enthusiastic members; we are gradually, getting to that point where each one of us is impressed with the truth of so , cialism. To give, or a life for others, rather than to get or self-interest, I think each one of us who is contemplating coming to Equali- will be better prepared to live t...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 10 June 1899

mmjw wmw wots. o ..',.v H. W. Halladay ....... .President A. K. Hanson...........Secretary W. B. 80yd............Trea5urer 1 Bureau of L. L. G ifford .:. .... .... [ Correspond ) , ence. Wm. Hogan, Editor Colony Notes. How to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get Postoftiee Money order on Edison, but mail it to A. K. Hanson, Secy., at Equality, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble. Equality is not a money order office. Z? '-'■ IMPORTANT NOTICE. All members of Equality colony have * changed their address from Edison to E quality Skagit county, Wash. Remember this when you write. MACHINERY FUND. WOOD WORKING MACHINES. Previously reported. 471 2*-! YOUNG SOCIALIST. Subscriptions receive— Previously reported .*..'.: $ •'! 90 Claude Hailadav, Wash % 10 John Boyd I'm? •' .... : '. 05 John Giles. " .: * "■"> Total ..^ :Z: ..... *4 10 Children! Industrial School- Previously reported 18 00 T0ta1. ..... Z....... *:{ «M) - ; Z- rrr .. Comrade M. M Davison and family have removed to W...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 17 June 1899

I Do not hesitate to take this pa per out of the Postoffice."."" If it Is " sent' you some arrangement has been made and you will not be asked to pay for it. : No. 58. A GIRL'S STRUGGLE. It is Your Own Fault if You Don't Have Work (?) VI A V7HEN you tell sortie of'our WHEN you tell there are men friends that there are men VCVC' and women in this coun '•>VT V s" , try who have not enough to eat, and you try to ex plain why the present condition of things ; must be changed so that the poor, honest workingmen and women may have a chance to earn a living, nine times out often they will put up the; old argument that there is work enough for every body who wants to work ; and that the present system 1 is affright, etc. • VZ ZZ Here is what the Boston Traveler, a "capitalist" paper givesustoday. The story, sad as it is, is as follows: \ Weary of struggling against per verse-fate and despairing, Isabella Nickcrson, a pretty 18-year-old maid en attempted to end her life this morn ing. Z '...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 17 June 1899

I industrial Freed©") Published' weekly by the Brotherhood Co-operative Coramonwealtb. [Application tun been made at Equality PoitotltoQ fur transmission through tie mails as second-class mail mutter. 1 ! .;,•"' TBRM* OF subscription: One Copy, one Year....l :..... M\ /,":'" Sin Month* -•' Forc-lipi—sent l>.v meinlwrs-^l per year. 1-ijl \I.ITY. SATURDAY, JUNE 17. He brief; for It Is with words as with sun boatns—the more they are condensed the deeper they burn.— sorriiKv. »*" Notick— All exchanges will kind ly change address to Equality. Detroit now runs its street car lines but -socialism wont work. "A Banner Year in Foreign Trade," is the headline in a commercial organ, but how much of this goes to the weary toiler? So soon as we have reliable informa tion regarding our relations to the Postal service we shall make appro priate announcement through these columns'. Because people occasionally blunder in their endeavor to follow the ad ministration in its rapidly shifting po siti...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 17 June 1899

EXPLANATION. (PLAT DRAWN BY A. K. HANSON.) Scale about 107 f;. to inch. Lettered with view to order of erection. Includes all buildings except poultry house east of barn and three cottages each 22 feet square lying southeast of school house—fur ther up the hill. A, X— Dining rooms, seating about 130. B—Kitchen, l*x24. ZZ ('. I). I-, and ll— Log cabins, each 14x20. LETTERS FROM OUR ■■■=-. , • . , ■■".■■■ ■■■■'- ■ *;''..,■■ ■ ■-. MEMBERS AND FRIENDS Encouragement. . 11l sending the bumble dues of our humble Union I also send to you'und the oilier true Comrades over there our most earnest wishes for your success ill overcoming all the des tructive elements that are endangering l'!.|iiality colony. . Fraternally yours, "Oregon. I »ar Saba 1800 Over. In your Issue of April 29th Comrade Pel ton writes that if the "purified democracy" lias declared for socialization of monopolies, and mean it, that he is with them, and from th.- tone of his letters I judge be thinks it would be safer to tr...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 17 June 1899

BMUin mimf m<iots. H. W. Halladay .President' A. K. Hanson..* .Secretary ... W. It. 80yd.....:..... .Treasurer I 1 Bureau of L. 1.. Gifford > Correspond ) ence. WM. Hon an. - Editor Colony Notes. ... V How to Send Money to Equality Colony. ■•'■■'!"": '<■ ■■ •- ",-■•"'■'. i".'-.*". ?■- * * '.'■"' '.>■*.■. ■ Get Postoflice Money order on Edison, but mail ii to A. K. Hanson, Secy., at Equality, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble. Equality is not a money order office. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All members of Equality colony have changed their address from Edison to quality Skagit county, Wash. Remember this when ' you write. The carpenters are at work shingling' the mill. Equality Cereal Coffee can't be beat. Trial package by mail only 10c. Comrades Berthold and Win. Aust on busi ness bent go forth for a brief time into the miter world. Our California friends are informed that J. M. Moore, 308-310 Davis St., San Francisco, handles our Cecal Coffee. These wagon loads of l...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 24 June 1899

| Do not hesitate to take this pa per out of the Postofßce. ¥ If It is sent you some arrangement has been made and you will not be asked to pay for it. No.: 59. THE MULLEN, IDAHO, MIRROR SUPPRESSED, The Editor Arrested and Thrown in Jail for Publishing Seditious Articles. V Following Are Samples of What Are Now Considered Seditious. BY SOME political "reformers," antagonizing the trusts is I said to be the proper thing. c »* They are off. Trusts should not be fought in that way, for they are good things—as educators of the peo ple. They are showing that by cen tralizing the production and distribu tion of any commodity under one management, which has obsolutc con trol of the article; greatly cheapens the cost of the articleto the producer. They also show while the producer's profits are double the consumers pay as much, and often more, for the artt- than he did when there was com petition in the production of, it. For illustration: the Standard ' Oil.trust economizes on production b...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 24 June 1899

IpSjS?trial Freedoino Published weekly by the Brotherhood Co-operative Commonwealth. [Application has been made at Equality I'outolflce for transmission through the mails as second-class mail mutter. I .TERMS or subscription: One Copy. One Year "<0 " - ' Six Months SB Foreign—sent by members—sl per year. EQUALITY, SATURDAY,JUNE 24-. Be brief; for it is with words as with sun teams—the more they are condensed the deeper they burn.—SOUTH EY. e&'NoTiCK—All exchanges will kind ly change address to Equality. The man who thinks is dangerous 'to the present order of things. What has became of the war for humanity? If this is treason throw us into the Bull Pen. The voter who takes his political platform as a tramp does his cold handout is worth less to his country than the tramp. "Annexation by force is criminal ag gression." If this is treason go for Me' Kinky and his aiders and abettors, but we endorse the sentiment, just the same. I The Social Forum is a new socialest publication ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 24 June 1899

DIRECT LEGISLATION. . DN THE recent issues of your Jour- . ■ nal our friend "Bige Eddy" criti cises those reformers who favor,/ a one '/plank "direct legislation" ;.j'." platform: As lam one of those < who' belive reformers should adopt such?- a 1 platform and concentrate their efforts upon securing direct rule by the people, and would like to sec. our" efficient/ worker Bige Eddy and" others who may share his present opin ion enlisted in this movement, I desire . ■to give "a few [ reasons in favor of our , positions through the columns of your widespread journal. .:Z 1. , If we ■;"- are .to get ; socialism ; through a socialist party we will have to wait/until the majority of people are ready to endorse all or nearly all socialist demands because the average voter will not vote for a party asking as he is firmly opposed to a single plank in its platform. On the other hand, as the majorty of people are ready for some socialistic measure to day, we can adopt them as soon as we sec...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 24 June 1899

EOWIALBTrir- C©IWPOT rWSOo o H. W. Halladay...... President ' A. K. Hanson ....... .Secretary W. 11. Boyd Treasurer !fj: Bureau of L. L. Clflord [ Correspond ) ence. Wm. Hooan, Editor Colony Notes. How to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get Postofflec Money order on Edison, but mail it to A. K. Hanson, Secy., at Equality, Skagit county, Wash. This will save-. us trouble. Equality is not a money order office. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All members of Equality colony have chanced their address from Edison to Equality Skagit county, Wash. Remember this when you write. MACHINERY FUND. , WOOD WORKING MACHINES. • Previously reported $ 471 28 YOUNG SOCIALIST. Subscriptions received Previously reported..:.:..: ! * ■• 10 Chas M Smith :...:....: -•} A friend :'.: '■'■> John Boyd. .'..';.': ! .....;.. 10 A friend.: ':.-■■■'■■' '"sSSJS&IB ''"' Tet.il * 4 86 Children! Industrial 1 School- Previously reported $3 00 Total ....lalo" "" Z~ - . • .c Equality Cereal Coffee can't be beat. Trial, package b...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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