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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 27 November 1900

-vr :.•..".:.:.'-"., ,v - ' -> .... ■ . -i^tWkmtmmw9W«^ M _ _ _____ _ __, " , ■ iaM Industrial Freedom. '""' -•':-•*-• ■'"•»'•■'.• -.r-Ufi. ~ r',c!'.;;.~ y '"^Z" d-.!" i"' ■ >.;.i,rc:.'.fir 1,1.3 ">,^.— •-, •.,'. ,-y : . ... f .. „, ,^S r . *>:> !" •""•■'J;JU'.'"-."-"'.-r.-'-- '* -';: -T ': No. 133 THE PASSION : FOR SOCIALISM Many Thoughts from Many Minds on Various Aspects of a World-Wide Move ,;'.-,, „ . , i .-". ■.;■.-']•••'.■■-■ * s • ment for Socialism "A man who has once become a so cialist :knows "but one more object in life—to- devote himself to' the' noble work of liberating c the working {peo ple.Z And -then "comes"the second part of his duty—to show to those whom he has i converted by what the 1 old < system is to be replaced. This is the new enthusiasm,} of * humanity." Quoted in The Coming Religion. ' "Blessed is even now our privilege. We have our I choice, to live as indiv idualists, and on our ; death-bed look back in despair on a dreary, hateful li...

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 November 1900

Industrial" Preedoirirp Published weekly by the Brotherhood Co-operative Commonwealth; National officers B. C. C, G. E. Pelton, pres.; W. O. Griggs, secy; Equality, Wash. Entered at. post-office, Equality, Wash., as second class matter.',' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy One Year..'.... ..... , .50 '• " Six M0nth5.......;......... - .25 Foreign—sent by memberssl per year. Do not hesitate to take this paper from the office as it is paid for and unless ordered dis continued 'will 'stop' when subscription ex pires.l" .~\/C . __%*£ ••'.i-'fii'j;?', y,V:<r; !ij£/J§Ejj» TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1900 TRUSTS The • great world-wide issue of the coming campaigns as it has been of the past is between capitalism and j labor. The trust question was all ; but ignored by the capitalistic parties in the late lamented campaign and this in the face of the fact that the -.. , - . ■ *■ • - ■ -... .■. -..». ... . -j.' ■ - columns of their papers had been filled. for three years - with discussions of tho...

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 November 1900

THEY NOTICE US The Conspiracy,: of Silence '• is ; Broken by the - Capitalist Newspapers Editorial from Louisville Daily Dispatch. ." Before '.the: returns from the recent election are complete we have volumi nous : discussion of plans for a reor ganization of the democratic party. That last Tuesday marked the begin ning of anew era in American politics, that it was a sprt of clearing up of the accumulated debris of a number of years is beyond question. It has cer tainly; prepared the way for more in telligent ? and • logical political action. While the result is adverse to a change in public policy, it means great • changes in the management and poli . cies of parties r and in the political . alignment of a -great part of the peo :ple.''Z*'-"'Z'"'- '! ' ,•;.-" Classes *' and class struggles have been; a most important factor in the progress of the world. The Magna Charta was the result of the revolt of ' a class with common interests against a common oppressor. Our own revo lution ...

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 November 1900

COLONY NOTES H. W. Halladay, President.,. .= /, F. H. Hoffstrom, Secy and Supt. exchange. W. B. Boyd, Treasurer Important Notice The number, on the label of your paper is the time jour subscription expires. Com pare it with number at top of first page, in the date line. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1900 The colony notes are in charge of H. W. Halladay this week. Say, friends, you ant to see that smile on the cooks' faces, the reason for which will be given next week. Tom Walsh is at the heafl of Indus trial Freedom this week. The editor is off on a tramp around the islands. J. L. Croft, of Jordan, Snohomish county, this state is visiting the col ony to take a close observation ol the collective effort. Four more porkers were slain and put in pickle for future use this week and the cannibals arc smacking their lips in anticipation of the flesh pots. Peter ' Zentner leaves lor Streator, Ills., next week. Uncle * Peter has grown tired of colony life because our people do not appreciate the Ba...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 November 1901

Order Now! fln Extra Large Edition o! This Number is Printed--Sii:.jle Copies, 2c; in Bundles of 10 or More, lc Each. Order Now ! Industrial Freedom. New Series, No. 9 EQUALITY COLONY A Brief History Shewing Cur Ctjects ar.d Pres ent Condition Cooperative Colonies Are Not All Failures The Brotherhood of the Cooperative Commonwealth was initiated at the time of the populist convention in St, Louis by some of the socialists who went there as delegates of the populist party. The object of the association was to organize the workers into cooperative colonies and by pooling their capital, labor and money, build homes lor themselves instead of working lor cap italists and building homes for the other felloW, The organization was perfected in September, 1896, by the election of a board of trustees consisting of Myron W. Reed, president; N. W. Lermond, secretary; Dr. C. 1". Taylor, treasurer; Eugene V. Debs, organizer; Prof. Frank Parsons, dean; A. S. Edwards, editor; W. L. Smith, master wo...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 November 1901

Industrial Freed®iriii Published monthly by the Brotherhood Co-operative Commonwealth. National officers B. C. C, James Potts, pros.; J. W. Monnieh, secy; Equality, Wash. Entered at po.stofiiee, Equality, Wash., as second class matter. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy One Year 25 '■ " Six Months 15 Foreign—sent by members— per year. Do not hesitate to take this paper from the offioe at it is paid for and unless ordered continued will stop when subscription ex pires. NOVEMBER 1, 1901 Labor is prior to and independent of capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if labor had not first existed. Labor isthe superior of capital and deserves much the highest consideration.- Abraham Lincoln. • AN APOLOGY It is hoped our readers will pardon the tardiness of this issue, for, as the whole work of compiling, editing and printing devolved on one person, and that person a boy, it should be excus able. The issuance of an 8-page paper of this size is a large task lor...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 November 1901

ter advantage than by subscribing for this magazine. Price, with this paper, $1 per year. Published by Chas. H. Kerr & Co., 56 Fifth avenue Chicago. McClure's Magazine for Novem ber contains several timely articles, among these being, "What the U.S. Steel Corporation Really Is," by Ray Stannard Baker. A character sketch of President Roosevelt by Will Allen White, is also timely. Tlie fiction is, as usual, of high class. Price, $1 per year, ol S. S. McClure Co., New York. The Socialist SPIRIT— a contin uation ol The Social Crusader, under the same management but with an enlarged scope of activity. It is a monthly magazine, interesting and in structive and of excellent appearance typographically. Price, with this pa per, 50c per year. Publisher, Frank lin A. Wentworth, 609 Ashland block, Chicago, Socialism and the Home. — This booklet, by May Walden Kerr is a statement in language which will be easily understood by people who have not been trained to abstract thinking the everyday...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 November 1901

BURGESS' MUSINGS They Who Prate so Glibly of the Blessings of Poverty are Never Poor — Anarchy If there arc no classes in this coun try how does it come that some peo ple live without work while others work with living in the best sense of the term ? The killing ol McKiniey shocked a very large circle. The murder of a workingman by machinery and by other avoidable accidents" shocks a small circle! If you will multiply the small circle by the whole number mur dered you will see that society has just cause to be more thoroughly shocked by the small murders than by the large ones. And competition is responsible lor all the murders. Down with the anarchy of capitalism. In an article in "Success" for Octo ber, under the caption, "Why Ameri can Manufactures Lead," G. E. Walsh makes a strenuous attempt to conceal the cause of such leadership, but the fact stands boldy out that such lead ership is due to the pauper labor of America. If the American laborer did not toil for a smaller share o...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 November 1901

WHY WE MOURN —t We socialists mourn lor the slain president, not only because a cruel .murder was committed, but because it might have been prevented! We, mourn not alone lor Mrs. Me- Kinlcy, but for the countless other women made widows unnecessarily. We are horrified by Czolgosz' deed and by the murders and suicides that arc recounted in every morning paper. We grieve over the terrible anarchist spirit revealed by the Buffalo tragedy and by the hysterical capitalist press and pulpit crying out lor lynch law and vigilance committees. We look abroad over the civilized world and behold one vast graveyard filled with the victims of this awful system. McKinley and Czolgosz arc alike its product. The most ominous sign of the day is the obstinate refusal of the capital ist leaders is to consider causes. The only talk heard now in all these ora tions and editorals is of repressive measures. .It is the quack treatment of the symptoms instead of the causes of disease. Such a method is both ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 November 1901

OUR PRESENT CONDITION Equality's Superintendents Report Progress - - General Condition Good With Bright Prospects for Next Year Exchange Owing to lack of time, the exchange department is unable to make a com prehensive report. Since the first of November 1900, our system of dis tribution has been changed. Prior to that time the distribution of all kitchen supplies was made through the cuisine department, each adult paying two dollars per week for the privilege of getting their neecessary supplies. Our present system of distribution through the exchange department while it has proven more satisfactory to the members, has increased the volume ot business transacted through the department. The following is an approximate statement of the volume of business done through this department during the 12 months ending November Ist 1900. Toinv 11-l-'OO $ 154.88 To merchandise... 11,902.95 To expense ace... 479.1S Tobal ace 87.73 Total 12624.74 By cash for store sales $4120.01 By invoice Oct.,...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 November 1901

, ish river, near here, for silver salmon. i Most of these fish are being smoked, i and recently the smokehouse was burnt. Now a new one has been built which will handle twice as many fish as the old one. Some people think fishing is a sort of outing; but all who have tried it and caught fish have concluded it to be a very bad job. And so it is the most dissagreable ot colony work; as one is out all times of night and day and the fish bite better when it is stormy. When there is no net to mend or boat to clean the fisherman can eat or sleap—if it is not time to go out again. Conected with the fishing depart ment is clam digging, in which nearly every one takes hand. We go to Sam'ish island, as it is the nearest place, and dig when the tide is out; this generally happens on a dark, cold night. Clams here are no small things, they weigh from four ounces to 10 pounds, and are not considered good during warm weather. E. C. Halladay. Shoemaking 1 was asked by the editor of Indus trial Fr...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 November 1901

i HOME AND About °J>le and X I , t Things in and i £ VICINITY Around Equality % • EMBER 1, 1901 Equality Colony Officers H. W. Halladay, President. A. O. Judd, Secy and Supt. exchange. W. B. Boyd, Treasurer Notice to the Public On and after November ft, 1901, Equality colony will be responsible for no debts con tracted by its individual members unless said members present an order signed by Equality colony per its purchasing agent, who is, at present, A. D. Judd. By order of Executive Council, A. D. Judd, Secy. Equality Colony,Equality,^ash^ll-o-'Ol. All notes refer to the month of October unless otherwise dated. Comrade Phil Huh re, of Whatcom, called in recently, leaving on November 4. Comrade Geo. Jaap, a former colonist is with us for our anniversary celebration. Miss Emma Marquart has returned from Wool ley and will stay with us awhile. Comrade Frank Hoehn posted his appli cation and was duly elected to membership early in the month. L. W. We'.lman, a neighbor, dropped in Mo...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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