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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 15 October 1914

STOCKTON ALIVE ili.The Waterfront Workers Organize- rkrStockton Marine Transport Workers Organize in the ,, I. W. W. and Win Demands\ I Without a Strike !1 ( 11 11' .,\  illy, . \\ ". . l l'l' ;l \l l.'- i I 'tl l isl it I "lbor it mlhl " .\n tilld' 1 all h as ll liti -. its. II I . \Vl i ' h,. .\. tl. ,'iu u I . Ick, i r l ltl il \\ Ill I'l i 1 'l ' 'ij ntli , tla lo ll l 'VI O'ill tl'iil' - at1111 " t tli ) 1 1 ll i j id a i' i 1. I . a 1 . \ . and. wrl'W Inhlir ' ;1 t . rik' . li l ,ll.li ti to 1111 tillh till' ' t rl' ik'it ,. lI l il. I 'llt I\l'i, \ il . Id t i 'l, iltk rs I , wo n \;::rn,. e . l w ilh lh 1, II} P M PI 110 0P lll 'i'l,, i T 'h i'n. 111Al . I. .. gi l t nod i",,l . t i ! 1 1\\'( l",1"I"k; t he We W1' Itt1IIlingt o \1a' I t o1º~t4 ()ll i11 \; t ; " .ll l a l 1 . ,l]-Ill I. :h ;- 1 E. 11;,11 1 . . i . pilot11.Il 4,1 w. W 11,.-I l il ' nil " illxi .l ti 111Co llip d Sthl ard 11 \11 .il. I ll 1 1 ll; 11 . il l- I... 1 ill 4 pt'l l ' o i 1t 1. 11111:; r i hl' 1...

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. — 15 October 1914

"FRIENDS OF LABOR" 'T'his list is repirinitedt becausleM we haitve been inftormed tlt the Butte bHusines Ms mnen like to .ee " their names'' in ptrint. We like to he ºhtligiing. I l.II"nsMN' .; Store. I rtlºr'sii' Store. ShiirIlt'v Y 's i'Eat IP'ark St. 4 'l:lktºu'r 'sitit'ºv Store. I·'i·;rizil4ir \ \'all 1'aI "''r ('o. I lrowtIe ("Id ('tat (arpet (I.o. ILander Fuirniiture (Co. I i t ' aI4 k iri tIM tit t i(P llt 'tr . II ighlt. K I rfiId Iewelry (Co. Niut tiit Ei tI~ TieJfhI~ ('P. 4 arne~v D rug C o. Auuierit':au 'I'heatre'. C . 4). I ). I ,t a iol 'y I ,t'tL" La I Itttt'l.,ceric·?Co S411tti1ur1 14-11 NIr, t ' Itt ' s " IlaP . I );avIs 4' tilt't'et ipº'º', 11114) N. \'yoiing tit. 4 tutu 1ºrtis.. 'Post 4ards, IVast G'ranite St. PI'. T. Juuuiu, I r el I ,;lI(', Il lItIlIto St. -Sukilt' I loiuse 4 'agar Store, S. nizoun Sit. MIike SuuIli~aui "l~IL Stolps.' E'xehiaugt' SaIt~loo a r~igi. :al Mm, EItg ast I lark. I.. II. 4 tdieiu 4 'ig;ar 4 .ituiu (,. lp'ttý:ar* iii"alot'ui, I tauli Av~e...

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. — 22 October 1914

.A LONG WORK DAY MEANS A LONG BREAD LINE ONE UNION OF TH3 WORKING CLASS. Ms Tý WBLDU. NO. 9 .33. Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil . An Injury to One is an Injury to All VOL. 1-NO. 40. PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914 Q~gi R]IOHT EVIDENCE IN PERSON CASE One Hundred Fifty Witnesses Called to Stand During Trial. MISS HELEN JONES STAR WITNESS. Lincoln, 11., Oct. 5.-yMiss lhelen Jones, of 'Clinton, iicaused a sensation at the Person murder trial when she stated on the witness stand that she had been asked by States' At torney 1L. 0. Williams, of DeWitt County, to sulppress some iof the knowledge she had of the tragedy and the state's attorney asked her to not say anything to the attorneys for the defense about what she knew. After Miss .lones' testinmony had b,+an given, the jury was convince(d that Williams was persecuting in the Person case, instead of prosecuting. I)r. B. Al. P'uchl, city physician of Clinton, who performed the post mortem examination of Tony 5lusser's bo...

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. — 22 October 1914

The Voice of the People mtaed a, S.oo clea Matter Auust 12. 1914. at tM Poatoffioe at portlind, be. sear the Act of AugUst 2, 1912 Published weekly by the Portland Locals of the Induftrial Workers of the World. OFFICE OF PUBLICATION 309 DAVIS ST. PORTLAND OREGON . E . N ilsson ...............................................E ditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES United States: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks 5 0 c ; 1:3 w e e k s ..........------- . .. ... ... ... ..................0.- ).2 .) Foreign : O(ne year .......................................... 1.5 Single copies ...... ....--- -------.--.. .05 BUNDLE ORDER RATES li!ited States: 5 copies, 13 weeks, $1.00; or 10 or more copies paid 10 weeks in advance, 14c per copy. OTIIElWISE, in United States or Canada, 2c per copy. No accounts carried beyond current month. CASll MUST ACCOMPANY ALL Oli,.. 44.  21 - 'The unemployed army will undoubtedly be greater next Winter than ever before. Large masses of mien will be idle. I'vTl will want to know why t...

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. — 22 October 1914

BOSSES SHOW YELLOW NINETY CENTS PER DAY Maitweialxplis, ,i!i1i., It. ] (.-(Speeil to Th. Vice. )--l)During the past two weeks we in Minneapolis have Ieeiin centering some of oiI" agitatioin on tihe woods, wherE canditions, as \veryv lumber .iieak knows, are Ipositively unbearable at.! friglhtful. 'I'wo weeks ago they were offering the work rs $12 a month and111 board-the kintl that juakes Ithe rats look for their holes, and iiEal:es 14lt1l iliie. 'ilut si'nce they have got wind of an 1. W. W. littaiek, the hosses have ilcarealsedl the w'al,'s t, $.32 a ; Il m thll.. .\l ri;aly IImalIv g.1ood1 rebels of the J.ib val'ity hljve left this point for the woolds VIwhere al I strelms tefort will Eie made to line lill the "Ehopp. 'rs." '.l( agittoirs who aire inte'restedl in Ihuhlinlg iul the 1. W\. W. are requested to hilt lii'r lIlt' woods. O(rganliZiltio work will sorely triumph if we get. onl the *job, instead of gettlig on lthue chairsii while the slisseorlilli gohIle l p o t he *jobs...

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. — 22 October 1914

IS IT A LOET ARlT? Whence comes this wail that oratory is a lost art-and whyt For years and years every moth-eaten critic of literature and art and the spoken word has bemoaned the decadence of our declamation, shaking his shagged self in woe over the condition he proclaims, and hark ing back to the spellbinders of bygone days for standards of comparison. I make this contention: Never in the his tory of the world has there been so much ora tory as we have produced in this country in the past six or seven years; and never, to be more specific, has there been a legislative as sembly of any character or nationality what soever that has so diligently orated, with so vast an output, as the Congresses of the United States--from the Sixtieth Congress, say, until this" present isession of the Sixty-third. That comprises but the brief space of less than seven years--ahout six years and a half, to be exact. LeAt me dwell on this vast output which stamps our lawmakers as the champion pro ducin...

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. — 29 October 1914

A LONG WORK DAY MEANS A LONG BREAD LINE . ONE UNION OF THE WOEING OLAS. ** *g g L LAND, OrNNiliT OI Po o, P * : .e THE woxw Ovu. ..NOU. IIn . i THE VOICE 1r 314 Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil 0 An Injury to One is an Injury to All \OI,. - NO. 41. PORITIAND, OREGON, THrURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914. MIGT(1 ][ ]GgHT !4! "BELIEVE ME" - -Ieprodut'ed from O()regon Journal. INFORMATION, USEFUL OR OTHERWISE The real ing lmliic is very mnuchl interested in the Europe, 'an war, getting information alboutl how one side or the other makes a slight gain or suiffers a more or less important defieat, or how the information received yester dlay was all :t mistake. The war news are la:,ely re'eive,! from the goverunment involved in the war; andl these governments have, or think they have, good reason for circulatin g misle:ulin(g information. War news aire .ua(le by statesmen and diplo iriat s these daliys and the lchiefs qualification of a sttesmanli is thlle ability to stuil lies into a gullible pu...

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. — 29 October 1914

The Voice of the People hatin ____________- get Entered condl t A 12. 114. at the pon toter ed st plas ortlan d ,OT gU . under the - - , - - -- - - - Published weekly by the Portland Locals of d the Industrial Workers of the World. ber ten OFFICE OF PUBLICATION pot 309 DAVIS ST. cla PORTLANI) OREGON we Ii. l. Nilsson . Editor pe< SUJBSCIRIPTION RATES United States: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks. ne - ----------"--------.....------ ..$0.25 sot, 50c; 13 weeks ... ...........------------ Foreign: One year -.................... .05 a Single copies ...------------------------.- . ...... BUNDLE ORDER RATES dr Unit(ed States: 5 colpi'S, 13 weeks, $1.00; or 1I1 or rbore copies paid 1O weeks in thleo, e', lec per copy. thi OTHERWISE. in United States or Canada, 2c per copy. h No accounts carried beyond current month. w CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ALL ORi,'. ph 211 __ --- _-------1 ; ~ - _s EFFICIENCY co There is among our members a great deal of CT dissatisfcation. Our organization does not grow i as...

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. — 29 October 1914

A PRISONER'S LITTER Military Prisoners in Butte 11. ,,olhy, a mrn l who was charged with 5teaalilg anl Ingersoll dollar watch, and has been I,,,.,l'd up for five months, complained because hl. , oul Inot get hot water for bathing and lnilrrlry ,urposes. Ile was sneered at by Jailor ,'i.,c,,. w\\Il tol0d him to "dry up." Dolby re pliedi that. there would be no drying up until hi- re4,ll'st was granted. He was then taken ,, ii llthe jail yard and drenched with water w'ith a hose ill the hands of the sergeant on guarl I. I hue\'t Ibeen unable to learn the name ,ofl t h s.rgeant, but he has red hair and under 'a ,l' a in Ml 1rse and Lieutenant Burke. 'his I'urke is the brute who, when asked if we, were going to IHelena after we were kid rinapl'ed ad1l tlhe irons were being put on, said to twern Snlith, " You son of a b - l, you will go to hell instetad of Helena if you get sassy." For te.n minutes D)olby was held under the water and the soldiers would jab their bayonets at limir every 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. — 29 October 1914

"THE CLARION" CALL (Continued from page 1) *"''o save the England of Shakespeare, Crom well, Nelson and Dickens." a Man, you are playing with names. Since when has the land of Dickens been that of a Nelson? D)o you know nothing of the misery a of the 1pophle under the rule of the bor,)ugh mongers whomr Nelson served? Have you not heard of the press gange'd crews, the suppres sion of the press, the riots and the Clerical vie-societie5s i f you mean a land of freedom and culture, we know naught of this land. We know hut little more of Nelson and Cromwell. We have been too busy seeking bread, to know aught of our national literature or historical characters. t "''To prevent the unthinkable world-calamity of the Empire's break up." The Empire is nothing to us. The Empire does not give us food. The Empire does not give us clothing or shelter. The Empire is less than nothing to us. "'Ere our beautiful land is laid waste, and our heritage of liberty lost Co.me, Freeman, come." We do not kn...

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. — 5 November 1914

IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH-FOR THE WORKINOMAN ONE UNION OF THE WORKING CLASS. THIS IS NO. °_____ND______ID"_[ Orgrnizoioo is Prower I 95 s ",---- - THE WORLD OVER. NO. , ro k ., as.. r1 THE VOICE F 11I PEOPLE Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil © An Injury to One is an Injury to All \(,. II No. 42. I'POTIA NI), OI(IGION, THURSDAY, N )\'EMI HER 3, 1914 MIGHT 18 RIGHT TE SURVIVTAL OP THE1FITTEST S Il LL 'I' .e !,rkI V, 1,4 'VII',Il l r t'iI( ' ll' W . llr l( l. illt hi is hi ('I llt ,  ( I'V e tl till at, 1'(i i l l,, 'l0'V .\ ,lil( ,r fit , ,,' l d1 0 1'i ,w1 I itii t tao ( il'l w ill fui,, I fromt .tiii ht lul i'kly n t i.g a wal 'p n.t:. ta (id 1's : nI.(.stIrs ry lika f isi lile'l., - Ill wl'il' I'i lit, twk IIa whit re1 enI e wa. Ill a'hIll i. i 1.111. 11 I ll , o n' 1 i l ilie, fil i ar B 4'll ill til ,  111' 1 i': l i' 1 '4 ) i t111 5 I I lli fft ,I )I ii l, iI. t i bif ' il i i ir . Illliat1 iv ^ t t il 44 s I ssi W 111 ) l | , . II h s h i flfv' it,'h ,,f , ,r ,ia .- ; 1 , |...

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. — 5 November 1914

The Voice of the People Entered *u Second-claS M itter. August 12. 1914. at the Postoffice .t Portland. Oregon. under the Act of August 24. 1912 l'ijlised weekly Iby the IPortland Locals of the Ir lvustrial Workers of the World. 4F )I'IcI('E 4)Il' IIIl',AcA()AT lON .,o!. lA.\IS SiT. I{)I4ITIANID 4 )I{E(;4)N I'. I. N ils0,u l' ,itor SIitlS( 'lIPl"I'l4 IN HATES i ni l S1:ttes: :.2 we~,e4ks..$.)i); " ;t wek. . I, 1:: ,v eks $...' " "4 .4 1' 4'I~ l : )ll t 4)11 ' I " - . .. .. . . . . Nin~ l, ,',q h's • . .. .. .. .)0 Billy a I'stylO III 'NIl)E 4(l'I )E 1 I:.ATE I' 1114' l St. 'la s: 5 4.,11 ,s1 , I:. wveeks, $1.00; or 10 ,r mor, 'ol)ies Iaii 110 weeks in advance, ''4I'e 4er cop . O)'i'lEI:\ INI". in Ulnited Sta, es or Canada, la 'c pi,,r 4', 14". N ,) 1a , ll'ts earVie'i I.y',4)I l 4 i 'irr llen t IlllI 1t . .\ASH ,I l0'STI A(''(')NI'MANY AILL 4t :+,,,:, .~ \44 . E . ln'Ili, ilt I's " Ill l4 i,, l l ,,.4" 11in 1, I1l,1n'I 11i , 41t I l4. 1li-(' I .\'it' \. (ti 1 ll, 4Ill I\)1,( 4144...

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. — 5 November 1914

WANT JOB? GO TO IMPERIAL VALLEY AND PICK COTTON 2000 LabLrers Needed to Help Harvest Record Southern California Crop I ti ' 1 1 l 1 'I'It II (' 111 11 I4 1 4 1 ' ' ' i~ l I,,li I i ,' , ' r f( o I'" ll ' I'1114 ll 111.1 1 4 i1. 1 .1I'. 11 4 11 '1 1'(1 1' 0 ,1o I, 111 1. 11 11 1:1''\"11.11, I' II L. '111 1 ._'' '1- 'ill fll , 4 1i 114";11\ 1 \ 140 '1'1'1\I'1 011 I I I 11', ' . to-t l 114 l , '4 I ol , 'i r "'ll t.-ti l l 11- ,',I, 111' 1' ;.1 1 . . 111 t'. . 1,', , 4 , I' I  tl;"1 l,,ii \ .l , - , l o'. 1-' 111, 11 ' 111 1 i il, il 1 i - , I110' , II . I .l l '" 4 j ' ll,'1 IIt. l -lOI l l V ll,'I 1 . 1 10 lo I\\, \ . l fl;I \ '11 14_. t ,,lo ,' l1111i'1!I'n' 4 I ' '',.0,, ; 1''' 1 ... I' ill oit 111', t \ ; il'i, I o . . ' 1." 1110'. , l" ' 1t,' \"; I \ll. "i'1 1" .'. .. ,41 l li.(i Ic , 1 ,t ill' t Ii o t4 ' 0:11 \ :i lll'.' <1 ..'. 1 1; 1 I l o 111ý,,1 ,\i li1 'll I ' lli - .Il!lo ! 1 1 I' 111 ;.' , ' {1:41 :Io'l'i1r'I' it i '.4 111 oo " %j401(i o \ 11 1t t ,, 111' I ...

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. — 5 November 1914

MANIFZSTO TO MEXICANS (('ontinued from first page) grave injury to the rights of a multitude of natives. small proprietors and victim' of all kinds, who were sacritie'd brutality on the altars of the ambitions of the powerful. The secondlti task, that of creating powerful interests akin to the revolution and in solidar ity with it, will Ibe IIrougllt to happy conclusion when thle natives, individually and in their ,.oniniuniities, receiv\e hbl(k the innumIerablle tracts iof which they haive been despoiled by the great lanldownwers; and this great act of jus tice. recei\ ves its conlplemient, out of c(onsidera tion for those who have nothing and have had nrtling, in the pirolortional reparatition of the lands given to the dictatorship's aneonpllices ,,r explroplrinted from tlhe idle proplrietors who lo no.t (lchoose to cultivate their heritages. Thus tlcre, will Ibe satisfied both the human demandi 'or land and that aqppetite for liberty which is mn:aking itself felt throughout the R...

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. — 12 November 1914

CAPITALISM IS THE EA OF SCIENTIFIC LYING oE UNION or T WORKING CLASS. *ns is wer o._ _ Rte LAED,  'ýý OrgaLD FRE NvDS is Power o % " ""r THE VOICE II E1P Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil An Injury to One is an Injury to All \' )L. II- XO. 4. PORTLAND, OREGON, AY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914 MIGHT IS RIGHT U nion Men, or Hold-Up Men, Which? A arg a t' rg pt o I' '. irketrs in tile I'ited St;ates, a;nil e~ie.ii;ll" in tllh et. we It, are 'csul lalIoreirs..( if'teI liihe wvoirk it se l' lasts hut a shorit irtie, iil (it her lca ·1.s thie wjirk is .o har1(, an1. 1 1ie ,',i(lition.s o' lIalrs so unelIrI'lh.le, that tlle w"nirkers ean In it uIil will no t staly hlg lit thI' \VIenv th,'v h.l\'e ol, .i,,l they vmust <w.k un ,tihlr'l, ;ild lhn(t . i ,fht'rt Ili;a\ t go l.( t Iii(hli~ tiill · ;I s I, ',l ir', , . tt ie x 'VI'i*r Ili\'l ;IL ('hliil('il' Ii1 1 l bldIv t'cil' wo~rk. llI 10ltliril to, Iay tlheir tar'ie 1IG4 tral\ ciii ,.omflortable nh v.lion .at.t.. T1o( walk wouh] (.a,. thlerri ;llII...

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. — 12 November 1914

The Voice of the People Entered as Iecond-olie Matter Auguet 12, 1914. at the Poetoffice at Portland, brgon, under the Act of August .4, 192 I'ublilshed weekly by the Portland Locals of the Industrial Workers of the World. OFF'I('11: 014) l'IlILiICATION :3109 I)AVIS Tr. It. E. \'ilsson Editor SIIIIUS ITIO()N RAT''EH ITnitAlId RSt.ates: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks 50:(; 1.H weeks . ....$0.2 Foreign: 1)ne year . ... ......... . .. .. . 1.5 Single pies .. ........... .05 IIhJNI)I,lE )RI)Et; ItA'ES I nited State's: 5 c'opien, 1.3 weeks, $1.00; or 1t) or more 'opi)) paid 10 weeks in advance, I i4 per .opy. ()TIIIRlWISE, in United States. or ('anada, 2c per eol)y. No atccounts carried beyond current month. (Atll MIIST A((CCOMPANY AIA, O(Ii. < 21 CONDITIONS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 1 workrs hlave lbegu ii n It lini l thlie highways antI Iywiyns aiti l the rilroads. I,. ,Anighls ha Imi l. oi it t o Ilarge xtrn f'oreE ,f' Ilic'e folir thr.. suhl lrl, distric t, to k .eepl theil hungry hor'd...

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. — 12 November 1914

WORKING WOMEN 1y .\delaid Kassovskv 4 'las.s (conscious workingmen like the, reeent speaker at 'I':ulltpa, ('ovingtoIn hlall, pronounce woIIE'nI :11 seX (4'11Iscious, not 'lass 'onseiolIs. 'This Impnl3e1asa1nt fart is true. Women are not Eonsc.iEl5s lof their own wVelf|are as a class al th , eii the new Imetli,,l of pirodueti, n hlave jillredl tloelm tle',onit,1a11 lly on an ',equal basis with me4'n. 4 entleman of the lilro.m( an.1, the 'hirl'eh say that womien are superior to 111411; iunlder the i 4loak of this flattery to ,better ,.x )llit h.r. tiut sill e 'r 1114,ln who work .i1 4l. IY' sie with l, Wo nill' ill every-dlay lifte, .ayi tilt aill 4',0,ll,1lle' 1 le.ji h'nd lle t is inever t Super'i(rl'. lat te'r ()f s. \ i.s 0 11' ll) 4c1llSll'(jlU ' ill r atill to thei I1c4''essity foir" food. shellter ;llli e!tthels. The ela;ss I hat 11 I'roue S these I tlhings re pre' v4't11144, 11\ till- 'apitalist (-lass fr'omII 4ljoying the produc't ( their til. IIae(', se'X. (',IIII'y, ilas ...

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. — 12 November 1914

UNIVERSAL UNEMPLOYMENT (Continued from first page) THE SLAVERY OF TODAY If in the years gone by you noticed a sign, "for Sale at a bargain, one able-bodied boy" it would not in any way shock your sense, but when in he Twentieth Century a sign of this nature is brought to your attention, then you are ablde to realize that we are facing a panic that is not to he pooh-poohed by saying that thingsl arc going to pick up. Not only does the Iaiily News present his ad in a three col unin, full engt i display announcement, but the actual facts under which the workers must corn Pete for a job; for intance, the ad states, "this youth,, his enthusiasnm, his ambition, his will ingnes to work, his good character and his necessities," and then tlhe full force of what tihe unenilloyedl army means to the capitalist is put in this tatemrent, "Because many of the legions are out of work just now they'll give the I,oss every ounce of service that is in their willing bodies." \When the voice of capital,...

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. — 19 November 1914

FORGET THE LIES YOU'VE BEEN TOLD, AND YOU'LL BE FREE ONE UNION OF TH  WOM RKING CLAs. aIr M __rasn w4; n 1 aoo o ois . 97 e--- THE VI _i__ _ 0 Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil An Injury to One is an Injur to All \'Ol,. II NO. 44 PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, N(OVEMBER 19, 1914 .MIGHT I BIGHT SOLVING THE UNEMPLOYED PROBLEM 4/ael /arohreehYd notw, r m/ir PneOig rº dags h c rP tro ohy dontf t cnrk ti/ wy Lork for Whay t(tr eyaw Getting Reliable Information After "Beating It" 1000 Miles Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, Keep on a Tramping The Problem Solved SOLVING THE PROBLEM IN LOS ANGELES IBy Thos. Fitzgerald 'lhe unemployed in the ('ity of Algels are finding it a hard old town. As soon as they get in lthey are run out again. The lhief of |xilje( ga\ve o'rders to arrest 'very Ilmall that cOIlies 1i( it Ioil broke, and io lick up every (,lone thailt looks a; Iit seedy and find out Wilt) lite are. It' onu dlon't .comn1 ul) to their stand ard. to thte k;itituklhe (yo go for sixty or ,ninety days. Ev'...

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. — 19 November 1914

The Voice of the People Entered as Second-class Matter, August 12, 14, at the Postoffice at Portland. Oreon. under the Act of August 24. 1912 Published weekly by the Portland Locals of the Industrial Workers of the World. t)FF'liE OF PUBLICATION 309 DAVIS ST. IPO)RTLAND OREGON . 1-: N ilsson . ... ..... ........ Editor 'SUJ iSCRI 1PTION RATES Initedl States: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks .1('; 1i: weeks .....$0.25 I·'rc~ jir: ( nl! ye ------.-·------·----- ----------- - Foreign: O ne year ........................................ 1.50 Single copies . ............. .0 BIJNI)LE O()RDER RATES I1nitcel States: 5 cop)ies, 13 weeks, $1.00; or 1lI tor Illore copies paid 10 weeks in advance, 1 . per copy. OTi''l :I;t\'i IS E. in United States or Canada, 2c per copy. No a..c, tunts carried beyond current month. ('A.i MIUST ACCOM'1ANY ALL (01)'. .\,.,., lf in to 11f1l1 ,.,, lt li lit i.t iln - 11w i ! I .I,11 Ilt't,1' \'tl., tli 'r't, 11111l1 it, L, tt iI stlll ' i 'rPe - 1t:iiillil ' 11( 101it tl...

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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