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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 25 September 1913

Make The MILITANT Minority The REVOLUTIONARY Majority. IMMEDIATE DEMANDS: THE OOAL: A SIX HOUR DAY. Organization Is Power A FREE RACE. ONE DOLLAR AN HOUR. IN A FREE WORLD. of D THE VOICEthe F PEJPJE "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL." V,.l'nic 11 " i is li,;l" NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTErIBER 25, 1913 "TRUTH CONQUERS" NUMBEir. 38 1 1 ,,,42 4-IP" I r THE HOSS AND HIS Sti?,VANT Death to Captiliasm and Hunger! No.37. I { 5'I"4 I II ,,t lI'II I.Iiii lI .i II t \4 ' 'II 1..115' \lt ;1. 11. 111'51 it Il 1, 1 1 4' 4 114' ' I 111111 11 "11. 1 ll II >. I 11111 I I:I\ I" (11.1'11 51;11((I 151i' I 111, 11111 1)11 k II I 11 1', -4 1 l ·!~ 5;11'1''. 'I I."';ti I( 1115,11'. 1,1tlt'' ;1.5" I \(1 ' n11 ''1 III 1'1155'1'1111 5511 )115 i11..~ .11151 t ~15'1"''' 11511111 I'I1 4i' .4 1111111111 1' -ii HAMONS, HICIKS, LEES VILLE ANI) POLLOCK, LA. SUBS(CIBIlERS 11"I."1' .111'1,5 111111111 1' 41 ,, 11~ 11SII !\ II11' 11;111 111. '111 1:11.5'1 ;11111 I II -1·\\ 1lI t 144 '" ; I I' ; I 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. — 25 September 1913

THE VOICE te PEOPLE (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") Education  Freedom in Organization E Industr ia Emancipation Democracy Published Weekly by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern District. Office of Publication: 8i6 Carendelet Street, New Orleane, La. COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Yearly, United States ................................................$1.0 8xI Moaths, United States ................................... .60 oreign, Yearly ........................................... .......... 1.5 Bundle Orders, Per Copy (in Canada) ............................... S Bundle Orders. Per Copy (in United States) ....................... .02 ingle Copies ................................................05 P LEASE NOTE. In sending money for the paper do not mix it with monies intended for the organlsation, as the paper carries a separate account. Cash must accompany all orders. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL UNION OF FORESI' AND LUMBER WORKERS SOUTHERN DISTRICT. Dist...

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. — 25 September 1913

The Lost City of Quivera. (By Covington Hall.) The Vision. "Yet a little while, my comrades,--just beyond the hills, they say, We shall reach Quivera's country at the breaking of the day." ('thus the Spaniard Coronado urged his men along the way.) "w e shall see its walls of silver rising from the desert's rim, Like a gleaming, glowing glory on our eyes with searching dim. Down its streets of burnished copper, 'neath its roofs of gorgeous gold, We shall march in triumph, comrades, and our revels we shall hold. In its broad and spacious plazas, by the side of lotus streams, We shall hearon earth the music erst we only heard in dreams; And beside life-givinmg fountains, under orange trees and palms, W here the fragrant winds are blowing and the scene forever charms, Where the sky is never darkened by the shadow of a storm, We shall rest us of our labor 'till our blood flows full and warm. We shall see her splendid daughters, far all earthly forms above, And shall rest our weary bodies...

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. — 25 September 1913

Big DeQuincy Meeting GaaM. Free. Fellow-Worker Jay Smith, Secreta ry Southern District Forest & Lum ber Workers, spoke here to a packed house last night the 21st. inst, and to a large and appreciative audience on the street Sunday afternoon follow-. ed by one in the colored quarters where a large amount of literature was gladly bought. Total sales about $25. A few new recruits were added to the local at these meetings. The speech of Jay Smith was the clearest talk ever heard here on the I. W. W., its structure, tactics and aims. Comments by two mill owners were to the effect that the I. W. W. would spread in spite of hell and to fight them would only be to add fuel to the flames and they had had enough . Another said union men would be given preference on his (7) job. No interruptions of any kind. A few questions showing a deep inter est on the part of local craft unionists. There will be a big meeting ar ranged at Kinder and I)e Ridder as soon as Fellow-Worker Smith can spare a...

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. — 2 October 1913

THE LAND, THE INDUSTRIES AND LIBERTY! IMMEDIATE DEMANDS: THE GOAL: A SIX HOUR DAY. Organization ' Is Power A FREE RACE. ONE DOLLAR AN HOUR. IN A FREE WORLD. THE VOICE PEOPLE "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL." VOLUME 11 "Ml lirlr Is Ri1;,Ir" NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913 "TRUTH CONQUERS" NUM.BER 39 1Moll& -. -- PITALIS PE p 0 C WAKE UP Th ieOgno rmgdosPaig R!Ou0-I S TO 1-IF WAK U! hePie rgn f rmgedo i Payng "LONG VIEW." Or Cattle vs. Lumberjacks. l\laris it a stOik facri Iinci ltlills Icoui I V antd i(ie ai(rse some ofi its featurels: :\ %v hitt' cyp 'ress fncel nine s e Ihng that ((st cos 1 ,AIi. Thie b1'1e1st liº 'aIt ch 'press IulIIb'r a>. w.eited for this fencei4li lt'. It was ,Et d', 1aI plmeIl in Mr. Lonig's own Iiia ll iwn 1,4ui.. lio . l'iuvn e iiles of ;Irivate r'xck road andi one milet' of broad elnm-shadied Ibn l 'qld, c(ost . 1I,000 . Five mihles of iron a::tter mains and a puimlinig phllat to tforce Water to ar 211-acre lake in thle vm...

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. — 2 October 1913

THE VOICE ,' PEOPLE (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") Education Freedom in Organization ¶V VRS Industrial Emancipation I)emocracy Published Weekly by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers. Southern District. Office of Publication: 335 Carendelet Street, New Orleans, La. COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Yearly. United States ............................................ ....$1 0 Six Months, United States .................. .................... ... Soreign, Yearly .................................................. 1. Bau dle Orders. Per Copy (In Canada) ............................... .O2 Saudle Orders. Per Copy (in United States) ......................... .02 iagle Copies ....................................................... 05 P LEASE NOTE. In sendlng money for the paper do not mix it with muºnies Intended for the ergnaalation, as the paper carries a separate account. Cash must accompany all orders. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL, UNION OF FOItFS'I ANI IIUMIIKit WORKERI...

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. — 2 October 1913

Convention Notes C'hicago, Iii., Sept. ii.At, 191:3. The firslt measure cnsid'ered~l yes t(lrday, tihe 20th, was. th' Press. :en VWilliams of "Solidarity" I,iroltlght Up the fact that that paper ,.running $2St a month in debt. I t cxplllained the condition and eOluiip illl4ent )of their pilant in ('levelanId. 114' ;talo disclosed tl et slihamefull fact that : \very, very small minority of the rle,'llmershii) were suibst'rcil'rs to the, Iap~e'. i' strongly urgeld the im Ip"r;tive nece'('ssity of lprovlilitg a I'ire, lund, if t he papersI'5 are to thrive. In this c(onlnectionl, a resolution was introduced, providing liftv cenits of thli illilation fee t(o I,.' surfl init l'Press I"undil. It was ii i('id('d to "2 cents and theli;i the matter was; referrred to theli (coltitutio4 li commrnittee. I )uiring the debiate, many delegates' fromn the East, who show a strong de sire to make tie 1. W. W. a; labor utl ioll, lll'('ly, faltvoreltd o 4 (,irici;:l tr'S. Manlly sniall iapers were ...

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. — 2 October 1913

Kottegen alluded to a certain clique with which Smith had lined up against the good of the I. W. W. Af ter this unnecessary debate, the Con vention proceeded to discharge the final business before it. The following were nominated: For General Secretary-Treasurer, St. John, Tom Flynn of New York, and Filigno. Only one new member was returned to the G. E. B., he is J. W. Kelly of St. l~uis, filling the place of J. J. Ettor. (;rover Ii. Perry was elected Acting Editor of the "Industrial Worker.' Jos. J. Ettor, Hlaywood and Fred Isler, are the candidates for General Organizer. It is said, however, that Haywood will not run. Ben Williams, Justus Elbert and Walker C. Smith were nominated for editorship of "Solidarity." Bill Cook, Grover H. Perry and Chas. Downing were.nominated for the editorship of thq "Industrial Worker." With the nomination of these officers and a few mellow spirit-like speeches, made by various delegates, for the good and welfare of our organization, the port als of 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. — 9 October 1913

WHOSE THE SWEAT, THEIRS THE LAND AND MACHINES. IMMEDIATE DEMANDS: * . THE OOAL: A SIX HOUR DAY. Organization ~ Power A FREE RACE. ONE DOLLAR AN HOUR. IN A FREE WORLD. HE V tPEOPLE "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL." VOLUME II "MIGHT IS RIGHT" NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1913 "TRUTH CONQUERS" NUMBER 40 * mo . A.xoa<_ROTHn WHY o00y you for to help my Florryanal Bye Bye, my Western Io!" for to help my Florrymm! Bye Bye, my Wesrtern Bol" Street Car Men Done at Salt Lake. Permit Members to Join Militia Raised Bill Mahon's Salary and Refused Pratt a Hearing. The national convention of the Amalgamated Association of Street Railway Employes concluded its con vention after fifteen busy sessions in terspersed with entertainment at Salt Lake City last week. The nature of the organization grew progressively conservative as a result of the conven tion despite the desperate efforts of the enthusiastic Socialists to see "growing democracy and industriali ation" as a result ...

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. — 9 October 1913

THE VOICE f' O PEOPLE (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") Education Freedom in w*w Organization ERIndustrial Emancipation Democracy Published Weekly by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern District. Office of Publication: 335 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, La. COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Yearly. United States ............................................$1. Six Months, United States ........................................... N Foreign. Yearly ................................................. 1.6 Bundle Orders, Per Copy (in Canada) . ................... ... . .. 2 Ilunidle Orders, Per Copy (in United States) ......................... .2 Single Copies ...................................................... P LEASE NOTE. In sending money for the paper do not mix it with monies intended for the organization, as the paper carries a separate account. ('ash mlust accomlpany all orders. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL UNION OF' lFORESI' AND LUMBER WORKERS SOUTHERN 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. — 9 October 1913

Rejuvenation of Eugene Iocal 88, Eugene, Oregon, is main taining open headquarters at 57 East Sixth St., has just passed through one of the periodical skin-sheddings Sti ich are events in the lives of all yor,,d locals. The old covering of leth argy and don't-give-a-damness has been discarded and the local has emerged resplendent in its new garb of I)o Something. Workingstiffs are cordially invited to call, Sincere wel come and democratic atmosphere guaranteed. We maintain a surgical department for the treatment of those unfortu nates afflicted with scissorbilitis. Back Numbers Wanted All Locals or Individuals having hack numbers o(f THE LUMBER JACK and THE VOICE which they can spare from their files, please for ward same to us at once for filing pur poses. Tom Mann's Dates PORTLAND October 22 and 23, 1913. At Socialist Hall, 1284 Fourth Street. Under auspices 1. W. W. C. C. C. SAN FRANCISCO October 26, 1913. At Dreamland Rink. A Telephone Girl's Story By Jane Street. D)ear Mother-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. — 9 October 1913

HANDS OFF MEXICO! I('ontinnedl P'rom I'age 1). hon. NINE I)OILAIRS A I)AY, rail want to keel, up the existing condi tions there as well as here. Can You blame them? I)o not let us be fooled Iy their talk about danger to Ameri can citizens, as the majority of Amer icans down there have taken out their Mexican papers. They deserted this count ry for the gruel of Mexico and now let them stand by their decision. You can not talk to the Mexican peon a bout political action as it remedy, as it is through political action that he has been roblied and oppressed. lie will shrug his shooulders and tell You that I)iaz. and the (;ringoes took his land from him and now he is going to take it back or die in the attempt. That is simple enough. lie is like the hungry donkey. This donkey gave the wise man, who told him to go a round albout way to the hay, the biggest and loudest haw haw in his tory. Nothing like that for the peon in Mexico. Ihe goes the shortest and most direct way to his goal. le i...

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. — 16 October 1913

"CALL NO MAN MASTER." IMMEDIATE DEMANDS: THE GOAL: A SIX HOUR DAY. Organization " Is Power A FREE RACE. ONE DOLLAR AN HOUR. IN A FREE WORLD. THE VOICE PEOPLE "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL." Vu, I1 "lMI.Riii is l 1i;.ir" NEIW ORLIEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1913 "TRUTH CONQUERS" NUMBER 41 I JI'M THE WHO ARE F SNý ( (Ul THAT PUT YOU THE ,,CON IN, CONDIT/ON S.G - o?,,_ Gs qo47E :. "IU1% ILLS STARV/1TN pROSPER The hag of Hltungcr And ic;e- WolfI-)og. IExpelled From Mexico, On Their Into The United States And Canada. Unite! And Bar These "Iefuges"! Rebels! Save Cline, Rangel and Com panions From The Huertaistas of Texas. 1 tale 44 'I'i:I' xa t.º(l Mii N t' i iif I e~tr S'l'iIt.º} St'i~t4' lll to thiV 11horri 'le rai 14'1t IHI it' (f h I~ i'. N t'F \ ti'it \ ad I'\lls, 4 ,t`l/.i' toi guf(X `til ls .**I:II til ' I1'(? '1 i'iMS 11441tt ~ llº 1 iscsuls coi4 I no41 jti 1141 140\1 111' ,-411 I. ' 1'1t tig the Irep iii el 144 ll ' 5 11.\1144-º iiiatI'ltin huitlrlr 14 Hi 4lvt'...

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. — 16 October 1913

THE VOICE Ofh PEOPLE (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") Education * I * Freedom in WW Organization R Industrial Emancipation Democracy Published VWeeklv by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers. Southern District Office of Publication: 335 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, La. COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Yearly. United States ............................... $1.e Six Months, United States .......................................... .6 Foreign. Yearly ........... ........................................ 1. Bundle Orders. Per Copy (in Canada) ................................ 02 Bundle Orders, Per Copy (in United States) ......................... .02 Single ('cp es ....................................................... 05 P LEASE NOTE. In sH.rling mo.Ley for the paper do not mix it with monies intended for the I)rgnllatil'n, t. the Ipapetr ca'rrie8 a separate account. ( ash u1ist ac ct(lllpany all orders. NAI'I(O)NAI. Il.\)I STI' IAI. U:NI(N OF FOIiES1 AND LUMB...

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. — 16 October 1913

dran:ce to the progress of tihe organization instead of a help to it. Centralization offers another serious check to the operation of the militant minority in that it produces rigidity of organiza t:,ao. The militant minority functions best in that type of organi zation possessing the greatest flexibility; that type in which each part has autonomy to freely act and develop. In this decentralized form of union its progressive ideas and the more readily incorpo rated into being. But in a centralized union where the dogged opposition of a strong machine has to be overcome before even the slightest progressive measure can be adopted the militant is \w orking under a serious if not fatal disadvantage. F;rom whatever angle it is considered centralization is detri meintal to the militant minority. The latter is an institution fully capable of standing on its own legs. It don't need any constitution al crutches, and any attempt to furnish it with them will only liam per it. It is fully comp...

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. — 16 October 1913

,- -" _ . , . . " y ` ,.,+i;` ý... " - ja '  I °0"/tl " ' "+"~ :L $r * a."M " Ulf '-910 " " ' "' " " " " Adventures of the Sab Cat's Kittens. 'l'his is from ai kitty in Murderville. tI. scabs is having a line time trying to bust old "Ulncle 'Trust ie." We are having just as. go4o a time as we (CAN. We all gamble. Ity gosh ! I wlint to let "the public" know of a fuin ny thing that happellned in the "lllluar ters" last Saturday night. Mr. Fin ny Spied, the King of .calbs, carme up into the "quarters" to catch us conl mon cabs gambunlling and bootleggiing ioze, lie found u.4 in a little sIhack, La. S. P After "The Voice". M LUsa ssa' s i *50* %%L t'at I 1A)IaSI iat cu4L.a.A **g a . RL Lit lweiaC for bu1IltIALLC bul , ,Ai.LC U, LI.aL It .k C IiCLUl lbL 1 .l Ly jROlhua LMl.l. .1A t: C.l I y 1a iOil at he5leL raºti tAM.UUur tI' " g~,1* L I AII'. tUI i',A WAL, Ii Last OuecL u0 UcLLI1oyyllig tie palper. I1r, ul' 'LI0, cIrLuu1iIy hcas gone up agmasL sl Irpeculiar considº1 natLion o1 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. — 23 October 1913

Militants! Shall The Voice Die? If Not, Rush Remittances! IMMEDIATE DEMANDS: Power THE GOAL: A SIX HOUR DAY. Organization Is Power A FREE RACE. ONE DOLLAR AN HOUR. IN A FREE WORLD. THE VOICE ba PEOPLE "AN INJURY TO ONE IS . AN INJURY TO ALL." k\(II.t Mi. II l..li 1i l.,,Rlt." NEW O()RLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, '1913 "TIRUTH CONQUE'S" NUMBER 42 ..1... . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . • ,i sT 41 \ It Strong Foot, The Great Kickapoo Chief, On the Narpath. Bodine & Co. Expelled. San Pedro, Cal., Oct. 3, 1913. In your issue of September 25th I notice a "Watrning to the seamen on the Atlantic Coast." In connection with this, I would like to say that the Executive Board of the International Seamens' [tniQn of America has re voked tie chartcr granted to lGodine & Co. Now, wihen the A. F. L. does a thing like that'there must certainly be something rotten. The charges were that he split initiation fees with the hoardingmnastrs and stulff like that. Of course, here ...

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. — 23 October 1913

THE VOICE ot PEOPLE (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") ducation Freedom in Organization VER Industrial Emancipation I)emocracy Io'. I..I .1\\' t..rl) t, \alsittal I.lndustrl Inlon of Forest and I.umnber %'al0k1 teI Southille. n I lhat.li Office of Publication: ,.'U Puydras Street. New Orleans, La. " , A L I Ed t r UBSu1..HIPrION RAILa. S I) I n , I . le .... . .. 1 . I\ eEitilh.. I il I I , .. ...... It l,. ... . . .. . .. . . . . . . I .b 0 It Dh11 .l Ulrd rt, I'.r 'opy (la 1 'Hnadall . .. .. .. . -............ . I liu.l lIId le laer. I'er I' py (an lllUn1ti d iUattes) ... ................ . ... . t S" . ..... ....... ...................... ..O P LEASE NOTE. In senin g i ui ry I la till l e tia do no I4t ix I I ntI gmle l'a i ntenm'lded fur tihe 'ereKlii tal io,.. as lie pap lile ur ei ill'e a sl4 lillO a te'count. I 141h1 Iiin m uci.qlll anlIy all old.lrs. \AI'e '\AI. I\11 SI'ItIAl I7.NIIIN 1 " 'lO l''lE I ANID !.IIMItKIt W(ltKERS SOUtTl'II;ItN DIST'I'lT. I tll~uI IleNd~qualterl ... 11...

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. — 23 October 1913

we seem to be loosing some of our grip. They are gtting "wise." They have QUIT going to church. We CAN'T fool 'em longer with our old political parties, and d---- if it don't look as if we will H1AVEI to get up some other scheme, and that QUICKER than ,u monkey could take his hat off. Some working man willi probably present us with some plan as they KNOW better what will FOOL their class. Most of the people in jail are workers, mixed with a FEW bank ers and professional men. We KNOW the majority of us should be in jail and are sorry for those in there. They SIMPLY slipped up. They sl:ould have'had rosin on their shoe soles. (;ov. Foss of Massachusetts has hit on an EXCELLENT plan. S11. is to call an extra session of the legislature to enact laws prohib iting the work people from going on strike. He is a FINE man and would make a GOOI) president for the A. F. of L. Let other States adppt Cov. Foss' plan. That would guarantee us a perpetuation of the serenity which NOW encircles our r...

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. — 23 October 1913

-. , . ,.... ., ..,..*"- ".... • I ... "  . ... .. .. This Is From a Kitty In The Peonity of Parsington. Mysterious (?) not to say uncan ny stunts are being pulled off here by Providence. A Devil, resembling cat , 'tis said, prowls throur' .a. d mills, much to the ter I 'wo Muttons." I saw one of these estimable (?) gentlemen, jump up, crack his heels together, tear his hair and shake his fist menacing ly at a bunch of Inocent Slaves be cause forsooth, a large new conveyor chain, broke in several places wl ilst on its maiden trip, with a light cargo of waste. This was sometime ago, but this exhibition of rage on the part of one of the Robb.,r Parson's lieuten ants, has in no wise abated the nuis ance-that Devil Cat. Instead, it has had the effect, if any, of enraging this Not Kohn's Fault. 'The call to send W neatiand mle fense I unds to k ellow- Worker James hoon, Sec. L. U. 7: of btockton, CaL, was a bust on the part of the editor of 1 Ht Ul~ l;. Tm'ns notice appeared in £io. ...

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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