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

CRIMINAL RAILROAD BRAKEMEN Toot, County, Utah, Jail, August 24th, 1914, ()n July 17th four fellow workers and myself, boarded a west-bound freight train on the Western Pacific Railroad in Salt Lake City, I tah. Crawling into the end door of a box car loaded with coal. After the train had got ten under way a brakeman by the name of I )avis carne into the car and asked us where 1e were going. When we had told him, he said that we would have to put up a dollar apiece. We told him that we did not have an money(. lie then told us that we would have to get off at the next stop. Sore of the boys, knowing that we would not be able to get another train there, asked himr if Ihe would not haul us to the next water tank so as to enable us to get another train. 11h said: "Nothing doing, lput up or get ofT." I then spoke ul, and told himr that we were union i men, although we did not belong to the sanme unioni he lid; we were striving to better working conditions and I hoped that lihe would at le...

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 INVESTIGATED 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" San F"rancisco, A\ug. 2S.- ''The activities of a National dIiletecti\ve' agency( in the Wheatland holp w,,rkers' riots of a year ago, whiich re suilted in four deaths, were under the scrutiny of the l"Feileral Industrial Relations Coinmis sion today. Monte of the salient features developed were: D)istrict Attorn.y Stanwood, of Yuba County, enllloyed! tih dlhetectives, saw that some of theim were made deputy sheriffs and advised them generally regarding tlleir operations. Many Prisoners Held A large number of men were arrested in dif ferent parts of the state and elsewhere on ".John I )oe" warrants, charging murder and conspiracy and held for long periods without being arraigned or being permitted to com municate with their friends. A lfred Nels...

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. — 10 September 1914

Wilson Prays. Rockefeller Preys. The "luriMe SBvm rm asti -i ONE UNION OF THE WORKING CLIASS. * * *ggg I O --Orpeintion ab Fsowr fP s - THE WORLD ovu. NO. 88 ...ma s s THE VOiCE H1R 13 P Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil 0 An Injury to One is an Injury to AI \' i,. l-- ., PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1914 MIGHT IQB RIGHT Last. Bulletin From Wheatland \Whelatlanmdl t t. 2 -'I'll(, pIicket lirne whi.ic, IMs 10(11 Ivllaintaile. a;t V leatlandl sine.', .\ .igilst 10ttl lisl vittl ,i O on th,, morning ,1of ,',IO tnl ,h'1 1st. I11in..lf tlls,' th I'r weeks unost e'tTeftive, \No,'k was ,idone by\ sille 10() odd re'i b,]lEhled1 I. W. W'.'s and otl1ir organized work ers. ()ut t i 1100 picikers on tiie I)urtt ran'.l o,\ver 7(H) w-i'ere pulled l f tlit" job, Iby ineessa1:t giftation 11,i sidle. The fOe'i gin raves, ap Ieared to .most realily grasp thle idea lof ind ist'ial (,Olidlarity. it*and 1l,,ost of them reflusedl to sea"l) on ten ill .jail. The American seissotr hill ran true...

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. — 10 September 1914

The Voice of the People Entered as econd cla8s Matter. August 12. 1914, at the postofflco at portland. Oregon. under the Act of August 24. 1912 Published weekly by the lortland Locals of the I1ndhstrial Workers of the World. O)I'IE(', OF PIThIt'ATI'N 3:9 I)AViS tI1'. I'( )iTLA,;\ N I) ( )it|h ;(ON _ __ ('ovin ton 1 ll ..... Editor SlSRIP('lllTION IºA'T" " IUnited States: 12 we'eks, $1.H); ''li wº.eks 5It.(; 1:: weeks $.25 Foreign: I 0i year-- - - ..t) Minglh vol'c . .. .05 ll1N ll ()I I)I'R l IA'I'T,: UTnitel Sllates: :1 vpleits, 1:1 weeks, $1 )0), or 1(1 IIr rlllrl) c4)414'5 I'l II) w'i'eeks in advalnce, IH lper t)1).V. l )T'I' I lI 1Vl'Iil. in I TiiteI States or ( ';a:naila, '2e N o ml 4 lntillls (';ir ' 4l l. ty .li tilll ' ll illllnllh. ('.Sit 1lT Al\'(')MI'ANY ALL . )1'Ib, REBELS! The Voice Needs Your Help! FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE VOICE \\'t'e'k e'nting S"p'llt,'embtr -,, 1914: Receipts hundleh orders .. . . *. . $47.11) SubsIc'rilt ions .. ..... 12.1)1) l)onations .. 7.4)4...

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. — 10 September 1914

THE KU KLUCK KLAN I vy ( 'vington Haull (li'teli. \,I 11 h:\'i IIlard till 11111II ' f thii "''t r i hle I:lIl "i I nt 1'4iIlOm havr V o ll evir Ih.ar I 1fii lrii- 111 r,1 rcg ilinr tll I ,rKrt izaiit ii i thatli hI,lk I thte I' nit(,l Si tte'.s. (;,'overnmtei nt anll uv,\ t irI I .i t.ii sth ii lS r.ift gtilln" in i th' 8 11 th. it ,l '. l. l% I ' 1v itS i I ti. l 'h Jhl( t l t. 4 1 as li l !errill. and all evil. All terrib l it. mist 4cr' " 1:u13l ' \':-:A. .\Il '\ vil it WIaost ('('rtainly was n1 t. I.i,. ,II sci:ll 'l4 l t'1')11 lllu ti nallrl'' l'rganilll s ti'l11. - Ih, III I w I, bof lrn oui t of I,('( tO`i(l l' ('(NllItl I'ITi n '. It re', resl. Jitll , ill f1'l(1, a c·ol lf er rie \,l ti '3 iat .ll 111 II ,,e oI.,Vii l rors ot1 f1 its-. 4nlh. It uiirti ,rnl ('liltalists wlill thlI ir r is tthll ertl n ili' l,, ,lIII l:11ll'wlgs, t) l 'Il lrt V '3t( ri1llt' tillt, 1 iil' her'll :P tit ,ilr; :l 1tll 'ar lfilltir rs . f I i I T' h l it tli Is I4illt rf thl , i-. ' ,ll I alitl...

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. — 10 September 1914

CAIRNON VWRIUIB CONGORlll It is now about forty years since the revolu tionary working class movement was shunted oft on the political field. "lbet, us start a i,,litical party and take part in the conflictsh of the Ipolitical are.na. \'We will then air our views in lpublic, perha'lps even teach our 'eco no,,mi' dloctrin.es in the l e gislative haills of very c'ivilizedl c,'oluntry." That was one of thl, argumiiets in Infaor of ,olifie's. The I.best argu :llc'lnt. 'l'lh' clea'h n'st Iarguilment. St 'ilt liist paIrtit's werea' fI'rne I e'verywhere. Soeinlisr wa s ftaught in public. Thei party all IIIred faral t 'l aIntl Vltlkes until ocialists werel 'elelcted to the li(aw laking Ibodies lland to ad minlist Irat iwe fifTiers. " 'We will enter our pro Ia."I agnlistl war whenll we g'et electe''d," salid the' 5winlist ca11didateas. 1" lh' Ilta ito'i( list nafyllor, ipr vernior, alutd he will use tilit olice or iiilitin for lyour protection wlhen vo iil goi II srit s rik " , sa rllirg t...

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. — 17 September 1914

UnsgI NaIn UF JUaInr,,ll usl wUlll .Z Ulllls uII1[£1 -R - manzaAn *o Is Power IoF 9 n ... o" rua- 8,81rrm8wo1 SP-.-..ofa 89 """ - --. ...--" THE WOLD O L epe t NO.k. THE VOICE 11 P O. Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil & An Injury to One is an Injury to All V .. II N. :,; PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEI'TEMBER 17, 1914 MIGHT 18 RIGHT PERSON THROWN BACK IN JAIL LABOR EDITOR ARRESTED AGAIN ON EVE OF TRIAL FOR HIS LIFE Prosecutor in County Owned by the Illinois Central Railroad Brings Charge of Criminal Libel Because Person Called a Scab a 8cab in His Paper, the Strike Bull1tin . BONDS FIXED TO KEEP UNION MAN IN JAIL TO CRIPPLE HIM IN PREP-. ARATION FOR MURDER TRIAL * (.l,',iall (',rr.-i.,nd -ne., 1;. l*h' ,lo I'. 'ibbol, ns) ('linuto . Ill.. Sept 7 .\tI r,.h\' Is rife i IIn I . Vpiit (t h in , Illin-iS. It iS the iri' high hiaui,,.d aniiareihJy o,"' 11he ilollir dIeiimn. Irhl v hIa\',' thov',wn 4' vrl I',i'prio bIa'k in jail. T Vday I s:Iaw hii Ilh.'keI ul i;n t..e sam 1 .'Ii i...

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. — 17 September 1914

The Voice of the People Entered as Second-alll Matter. August 12. 1t14. at the Poatoffce cat Portland. Oregon. under the Act of August 24, 1912 1Published weekly by the Portland Locals of thLe Industrial Workers of the World. (OFFICE OF PUBLICATION :309 DAVIS ST. iPORTILANI) OREGON C(ovington 1l1il .. .. .... ............... ... ..Editor SIIBS(CRIPTION RATES I'nited States: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks . erh.; 13 weeks ............ $0.25 Foreign: One year . 1.50 Single copies ................ 03 IUhNI)LE ORI)ER RATES I'nited States: 5 colpies, 13 weeks, $1.00; or (l or more copies paid 10 weeks in advance, I P(l per copy. OTE()'ili VINS:. in United States or Canada, 2c per copy. No accounts carried lbeyond current month. ('ASil MUST ACCOMPANY ALL Ola',, ONE BIG UNION IN LUMBER INDUSTRY Ity W. If. Lewis Sawmilling 'lh, In' isusi'ranc' comopanies rate tlhe' sawmil ls as "h'uizardoius." Thati is, sawmnill slaves pi1i, a higher rate of insurance than if their oeupla tillI Wis iess dang'rol...

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. — 17 September 1914

THE PURPOSE OF LABOR: ITS AGENOIES tFvy lr'd I'reeran I lI:rianity e' er inclines to waste its ene'rgi,,s el: i rifll.., to o rlnment the suplerstructure hbe fre t;tvrin the ftlunllation. In fact, manyv do Iee really know that the foundations of all r,+. ý.t re- are industrial, and that certain fixed Iaw - '.Ivern thet ' evolution and stability of :t--,,,, f 0t fIlS. \\,rke'rs, Who a're in skirmishies for their (,wn p;artliciular Inefit, are not necesisarily fight ir inI the class struggle for the ernaneilpatiot t' a A.n orgarization, however strong, that negi.'h.'c the ei ssential Ilnrlj)ose and imagnifies a:r a:,enrvy into the ultimate purlose, is of no nmrE av;ail thian a skirmuish. '';take ti, (ermany which boasts that out of \i .ii ani I one half milli jn voters, four and oniie halt' iuiIllhin ar.e Socialists who Ipolitically hde ,liwl Indlustrial Revollution. The 260).0I0) that ,Own i;nlustrial e.sstentials are the rulers of the •tari'. th, mrasters of all in the state. TheI ...

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. — 17 September 1914

"FRIUIIDS OF' LABOR" Ie I(41144y'a Stor' . SiiegIles Store. Iroiwiri's Store. Shiirley ', asti Park St. S(,Il; l otirtt 'T'ailring.cl, 4 )'I:4) k4's S1ho Soloe. º I"'rI4Il4*a VI sill P4aper Co4. 111 )(fIII) 1aII I 'a 114-1. 1. (lrilt)l S . 4 aul''r" ShIo,. ('i o. lI1Iv44 i'A1t114 4'anty v 4:arIrlt ('o. 1.41141((1 I" Iirniitlle ( 'o. B ell 4 a Jk j ; St itt iolnei'y.( f l ig hit & " F al' ii E ' ld .1 e we l r y C o. I u ~ ( l " " r ( Mn14ftS~fII 'I'rjinsfer 4o. I~r44º"'I's I )rugj Store'. 4 sarne'¶ I )rug ('o. 4'.1,. 11. I). LIIIII4ry. NIII(ºlatS n IIIS i14't ('(,. IA ggJatt Hotel. Da)vis 4 '4)I("(teio)II'ry, 1141 N. Wti outing Sit.. ( 'ohmn Tiros., I'Eost C ards, Easst (irsmnitE' St. ''I. IT . unn, I Isr51lr4, Ilaniiltoºr St. Smo4 ke~ Ilos C414 iga r Store, S. Arizona Sit. Mi ke' Sill ivalii' R~ig. Stil is,''I("A4'131g4 5114)4lIo O riginal MIug, Easit Pa'rk. I.. 11. 1'01dlI("1 Cigar Co I44k.rItu .101111 I.. IC4)'w'a1l Ssi 1u4,41, 1 t~al A Ii .IN ( V4 i 414' n1441. 4Crow)'ley 81...

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. — 1 October 1914

Join the Union Today-Don'tWalit for Other PeHllow-He's WalkgrdaR ONE UNION OF THE WORKING CLASS.79 FnE LAND, FEE INuSTRIE *a s * PoM _ __ THE WORLD OVER. * NO. w , o, , i h THE VOICE 11 IIIP11 Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil " An Injur7 to One is an Injuzr to All VoI,. II No. :7 IORTLANI), OREGON, THIIUB8DAY, OCTOBER 1, .1914 MIGHT I lBGHT IS JUSTICE DEAD IN TONOPAH? The True Facts of the Pancner Case Why was I'aw'ner sentl to the penitent iiary ? '1The answ'er is: 1e)('ause he was ani 1. W. W. .John I';niriier 'hisle tol Nevada sm4 , four imronths ago. " l'I' he first. tw.o Imoths h sItayed ill 'I'onol1h wi'ere mon ths of hlrd work ftll t (he ('InIs' (of laIor. I14' irganizi'4 thlE Ihte'l and i.es-taurant \'orkl'rs. Aftelr I4eing (orglliz'Al s.'Vl'enteen' Ii.V thS y Il fought. aid won thie eiglht, ho1 r dlly. All tihe h4Iar4i lng Ialise, Illrid r4't,. ir I ltH NEillli"lh I 4" to li' ti'll. 1 nlllnd8 il int. tV(wo, viz., the ('celtlicl or lilallingtonr Ill11ouse and the Midway Illot...

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. — 1 October 1914

The Voice of the People Entered a Sec ond-c-s Mattles August 12. t114, at the PIstaff l1 at Portland. b.o.l.. uner the Act of August n. 1A2t Published weekly by the Portland Locals of the Industrial Workers of the World. OFFICE OF PUBLICATION 309 DAVIS ST. PORTLAND OREGON B. E. Nilsson ... ... ..... ...................Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES United States: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks 50c; 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, 1 ic per copy. OTHERWISE, in United States or Canada, 2c per copy. No accounts carried beyond current month. CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ALL Oltl),.. Fellow Workers: If we are to maintain our influence over the working class it is necessary for us ,to main tain and improve our means of getting our ideas before the workers. We must keep our press in the field, and keep i...

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. — 1 October 1914

PROPERTY RIGHTS By B. E. Nilsson The little children of twenty-five and thirty years ago were told by their school teacher that God had chosen the kings and emperors, and that God had given the world's wealth to those who possess it. To object to these ar rangements was to rebel against God. But kings have lost their kingdoms, and rich men have lost their wealth; and, what is of greater importance, peoples have lost their faith in the divine rights of kings and em perors and wealthy men. We were then told that rich men had earned their wealth in the sweat of their brow. But we have seen fortunes pile up which could never come from one man's sweat, even if the perspiration poured from his brow like a Niagara. Accumulation of wealth was next justified in the name of civilization. And happy and peaceful and prosperous villages and cities have been transformed into nightmares of fac tories and slave-pens and slums-in the name of civilization. We were told that wealth and power came to 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. — 1 October 1914

TE" SPIRIT 01 1914 By Carl E. Person, in the Strike Bulletin The cause lives! It is as eternal as the stars! Onward, ever onward, man moves toward the heights! Thousands of years have come and gone,-. the struggle has continued uninterruptedly. Man must lhe free. The voice within is never silent. The cry of the soul is for freedom. ''The first, proplhet preached the brotherhood of man; the sermon will never grow old until we find fulfilled the "Peace on Earth" that will cornic with the emancipation of the toilers. Truthl clannot be jailed; justice may be de nied, but it, cannot be destroyed; right is a principle of moral mathematics, ro problem can Ibe olved except by its use. Mistakes in moral mathelmatics do not change the immuta ble imnmortality of the law. Cunning, the walking delegate of the cow artlly and dishonest, is busy. It has come to destroy,- it will fail,--it will be destroyed, as will every otlher evil force allied in warfare against the common good. This creed of fai...

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. — 8 October 1914

A "FAIR TRIAL"'--BUT ALWAYS BY THE OTHER CLASS ONE UNION OF THE WORKING CLASS. * * THIS IS NO. M FREE LAND, FREE INIDU TROrIESIlRI PO IP - - THE WORLD OVER. NO. 9 w1 JieraKi Use sr wower e THE VOICE O FI PEIII Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil & An Injury to Ong/ is an Injury to All \')i. II :: I'(IJ'rIT ANI), (IOREGON, THURSDAY, (T)("l'()Et , 1914 MIGHT IB ] IGHT PERSON TRIAL HUNDREDS OF MEN ARE EXAMINED FOR JURY SERVICE IN THE PERSON MURDER CASE Attorney Frank Comerford, of Chicago, for the Defense Tells the Jury In His Opening Statement That He Will Prove a Conspiracy on the Prosecution. 1, 114'4)11l, II I., t4'j~111. :11CI. (I 14j44'Il i'-44'i4 1 41r141e4'1I4 ' I'.) 114' I4 :1.'II 411' 41 I4)44t4'I'-- 4)1' IgI' ll i'/4'41 1lar t4)4 "(4 '141 (":4I1l411' 4 1 1 I:,. I' 4ls'iII, 4)1, the' sI ri la' l11lI4'l II. to 1114" ga . 1 " IS 4)11. ( )1 'I's1e,4Iav.- 84'1414'IlI n'r 22. 1914, til- wor41k 4)1' g4't 1II, theIi' "j111 .1" II 114' I 4'r5,4411 4'15' was Iif'g. lll I 11111 of1'11...

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. — 8 October 1914

The Voice of the Peopi ·~ aa p esoed-olea Matter Aupat 12. 1914. at tM Peatafloo at Portland. brtgen. ender the Act of Avueat 26. 1912 Published weekly by the Portland Locals of the Industrial Workers of the World. OFFICE OF PUBLICATION 309 DAVIS ST. PORTLANI) OREION B. E. Nilsson . .. ... ..... Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES United States: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks 50e; 1:3 w eeks .............................................$0.25 Fo ,coign: One year .......... 1.50 Single copies ............................... . 03 BUNI)LE ORIER RATES United States: 5 copie's, 13 weeks, $1.00; or 10 or more copies paid 10) weeks in advance, I e' per copy. OTIIHE WISE, in United States or Canada, 2c per copy. No ac',ouints carried beyond current month. CASH MIST ACC(()MPANY ALL O()1I.. LABOR TRIALS. 'The' riOst st.rikilng feature iof all these triail.4 of lallor agitators'. is the aittituilde ofel the' llrge 4mll(l,\.,ecrs. Strilwpped of the' s.entilmental andl iiisleadihling flulbi -hu with which it s ...

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. — 8 October 1914

NEWS FROM ARIZONA REDS NEEDED IN ARIZONA IF THE 80 PER CENT LAW PASSES. .Just a line to let you know how things are in l'hoenix, Arizona. The hot weather drove rmrost of the boys out of here, but they are be ginningl to drop back in now that the weather is ge.tting cool. We have been working on the icraft Unions here with the result that they dliscuss and use Sebotage quite freely. ''llThe 'ooks' and VWaiters' Union had trouble withl an unfair place here, and the city au thorit iess tried to bluff them out by pinching the pic'kets. Before the day was over we had a reprl.sentative from (every craft and industry in lie' -tate carrying a banner in front of the .scab r.'Staurant and the city police quit pinch ing ui and turned loose those they had pliched earlier ill the day. At this writing the ('ooks' and Waiters' I'lnion has discontinued picketing, as they are a;li. to Ipersuade the real estate sharks, do'e tors. lawyers, business men, etc., that the un fair re,.sturant is not a very...

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. — 8 October 1914

EVENTS IN BUTTE, MONT. Several things of importance have transpired since I wrote you last. Swede Murphy, whose recordi is known to you, was compelled to re -.in as Assistant Provost Marshal because o('rle and the rest of the military bunch be ,':'oie :,, stron that lie could no longer stance for thelir rough work. It is ,aid that before he quit Swtede Murphy told ('oriley a lot of things he did not like to wear. Some of the Rough Stuff. Fred Mlignardot, whom they arrestedl on a chlargel of having suggested to( a plumber that he pioison the water of the Courthouse (the million dollar lodging-house) where the seven hundred soldiers are stationed, was released on account of lack of evidence. This frameup was so raw that even the summary court did not dare to try to convict him. F'ellow-worker hiiudson. who was forced to buy his own ticket, out of town a couple of weeks ago. has come hack to town. He was ,exiled from Butte for telling the military au thorities what hel thought of them....

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. — 15 October 1914

A "FAIR TRIAL"===BUT ALWAYS BY THE OTHER CLASS ONE UNION OF THE WORKING OLASS. *THS Is NO .I FREE LAND, FREE INDUSTRIEOS II NaNfll 10 Is k _ r Iw F -N- I THE WORLD OVER. ~NO.. a92 e r THE VOICE or II PEOP Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil o An Injury to One is an Injury to All \4 i,. II No. ::! ''J L PORTILANI), OREGON, THURSDAY, O("I'()HEI 15, 1914 MIGHT 18 BIGHT FREE SPEECH FIGHT IN TONOPAH :1 n 'ilt 111 I.l1il 1' 11 4 1,'f' ' wr \1 . W \ i ll tip Il.":11 Ithe +1 11.1- . . Vs --;IIII 411 I Iilis.l ili4)m tlio THE BUTTE CIRCUS Failure of This Great Show is Ascribed to a Disproportionate Number of Clowns- Political Victors Vanquished I  li.i'Il i ,',4f ll> 1 1 ( 1 .4' 1 4i4,, ' tl º ti:lu .1 IIi\,,r i.ll ,;ll4l. (4  I ,, 'I 1l) Hu e \\ i'i4 1111: ll' jlll) 1111f 11' tip 11. I'14 l l)' \\I ) 1i -4ii 'I 4 I44 11-' i. 4 1!t-v I?4'1 .\ 'r, l . . .' l .istil . 'rI si "ill ii 4ti. :iVri l  i ', " il i'r iit t hI ,tist I . .I i 'i 4 ' i '4 "lIih i tl lit 4 I ltll 4 (' I1 l I;,"" Il'c i...

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. — 15 October 1914

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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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