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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 30 October 1913

LIBERTYI EQUALITYI FRATERNITYI An Injury To One Organization * Is Power An Injury To Al of D THE VOICE EOPLE [OWNED BY THE LUMBERJACKS] Vo'mrF 11 "Mýu;l'ir is RI;utrr" NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1913 "TRUTH CoNQuns" NUMBER 43 .1 p . As FoR ME, I AVE * I N Co GOUrvRY TO DRINN TO ~moo" ((( - - 'ýýe II V _ Unlm r /. '7/' / GI /~~ ,/ '1 IN &F ~T j~ 1, OP3covzry: DUasardly Ue4eds of Minot Degenerates Exposed Minot, N. ID., Oct. 20th, 1913. After bein released from ('arring ton, N. 1). jai', where he had been con 'ned for about 15 (1a s on a charge of .str, t : pIea:kitg and where he was bru tally beaten and starved and, after entering Minot shortly after the free speech fight which was ended by a compromnis( on the urgent plea of a few of our so called intellectual Fel low-Workers, Herman 1lewer, paid up member of I cal 332, Los Angeles, was again brutally beaten on the streets, .and again three times iº'aten and given the water-cure while in the city jail where ...

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. — 30 October 1913

THE VOICE eof PEOPLE (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") Education I Freedom in WW Organization B/kkER$41 Industrial Emaancipation a I)emocracy I'ubllVted Weekly by Nattiinal Industrlal Union of Forest and Lamlber Wurkera. Southero District. Office of Publication: 5:0 Poydras Street, New Orleans, La. COVING T o N HALL. Editer. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Yearly. United States ................................................$1.1 Six Mouths. hiulted States ......................................... .W Fuore u. Yearly .... ............................................ .50 Bundle Orders. 'er ('opy (in Canada) ............................... . 2% Bundle Orders. Per Copy (in United States) ......................... .03 Bhrle "oples .. ....................................................16 P LEASE NOTE. In sending mIore' for the paper do not mix It with monies Intended for the orgaullxatio. as the paper carries a separate account. ('ash imust accotmpany all ord'rs. NATIONAL. INDUSTRIAI. UNION OF' iORS1...

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. — 30 October 1913

The General Defense Fund St. Louis', Mo.. (hI 2:, I91. To All 1. W W. Ir'als and Fellow-Workers: You are .ni doubIitaware- of the fact thatt : num ber of our; Fellow-worike'rs are to lh, triedl in the Capitalist ('ourt:; within the next few weeks, charged with every degree ,of crime from cronslira cy to murder in the first d(gree. All as a result 44 their efforts min behalf of1 the working('lass. as against ti' (C'apitalist class. Fellow-Workers Ilay wood, Flynn, "l'riesa an l Ii'ssig and 1: 0 other (,a se-4 are to be tricl in P'attersoni, N..I.; (lint. & IIan gel are to be trictd iIi l'car:iall, Texas, with 10 oth ers for the sujiposed n: pr4 et" o"f a )elplt y Sheriff; Murphy, in Sat ILake C'ity. ('he Wheathland pris oners also i(e([ help. :'lhere are many others that we must suplurI and l'defendcl from the vengeance of the M:." ter ('lRs.. Money ii- II l',dd no1. Action is nlee1(4'(l without delay. Their fight is our light. A systemn must b.' organized t. collect funis for ...

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. — 30 October 1913

Suhr Horribly Tortured. Con. Continued From Page 1.) Then they thlust upon him a paper which they said was his confession. Slie signed it. For one hour then sweet sleep blessed his eyelids. Sher if Hartnet, who holds his office by grace of workingmen's and working women's votes then came to him and begged him to say that the confes sion was voluntary. Suhr slightly re freshed refused. Suhr was a magnificent man of 180 pounds. lie has a wife and two beau tiful children. lie was paying for his little home in Stockton. lie has been a producer all his life and his pay is this fiendish brutality. At the rec,' it convention of the stife Federation <dJ.abor, the defense of the Wheatland victims was unani mously endorsed. The convention also voted to the Wheatland defense the balance of the McNamara funds, $1G56. This money has not yet been placed to the credit of the Wheat land l)efense Committee but is eager ly expected. In. order tlat the utmost safety shall surround the Wheatland I)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. — 6 November 1913

LONG LIVE THE GENERAL STRIKEI An Injury To One Organization * Is Power An Injury To All HE VOICE of PEOPLE [OWNED BY THE LUMBERJACKS] VOLUMe II 'MIGHT IS RIGHT" NEW DRLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEBMER 6, 1913 "TRUTH CONQUERS" NUMB / Imprisoned Labor Lifting The Last Stone Barring The Way To Life, Liberty And The Pursuit Of Happiness. We Face a Crisis THE TIMES THAT TRY MEN'S SOULS ARE WITH US ONCE AGAIN. LEGERE'S, BOCCHINNI'S AND BOYD'S SEN TEN(ES MUST BE QUASHED. Haywood and His Companions MUST not be Al lowed to go to Trial on Trumped-up ('harges Without a Bitter Fight. (line, Rangel and their Fellow Victims MUST be Saved f rom the Huertaistas of Texas. Wheatland's Victims MUST be Defended to the Last Ditch. The Power of the INDUSTRIAL DESPOTISM to Imprison and Murder the Soldiers of Liberty MUST be Challenged by the INI)USTRIAL DEM OCRACY. In every one of these Cases the ('apital ist ( lass has thrown down the Gauntlet to the en tire WO(RKING ('LASS and Challenged it to battle...

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. — 6 November 1913

THE VOICE the PEOPLE (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") Education *il Freedom in w*w Organization I industrial Emancipation Democracy Published Weekly by National Industrial Union of Forest sand Lumber Workers, Southern District. Office of Publication: 520 Poydras Street, New Orleans, La. COVIN G T O N HALL, Editeor. - ----- ,----- -_ SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Yearly. United States ..... .......................................$1.N Six Months, United States ...................................... 50 oreolgn, Yearly ................................................ 1.50 Bundle Orders, Per Copy (in Canada) ....................... . ..... . * S6 Bundle Orders, Per Copy (in United States) ......................... * Single Copies ..................... ... ....................... 06 P LEASE NOTE. In sending money for the paper do not mix it with monies intended for the organizsation, as the paper carries a separate account. Cash must accompany all orders. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL UNION OF FORESTI' AND LUMBE...

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. — 6 November 1913

Letters of 4 Japanese School-Boy Whtn Is A Newspaper? To Editor "Wee*ly Life" whose reporters are all Mark Twaing, 1)ear Sir: I am confusedi I read so much truth in; newspa pers which is a ie that I am disabled toi tell how; much. Formerly of y re I imagined that thesef Printing Presses was manrufactured to publish murders, di vorce, finance, politics and other crimes ;just like they happen, so *e could enjoy them for Ireakfast when too busy to go see for ourselves. New I sup pose otherwise. a This is how I deraged my former opi ion. Sydney Katsui Jr., refined Japanese of Harvard intelligence, has obtained job of reputing on 1 "Evening Parasite,": where he writes Japanese football and other etc. Last Wednesday he ap proach up to me with eyewink, American salute. ] "President of Metropolitan Insecurity Distrust Co have just stole 151,000,000$ worth of fran chises," he report for excitements. "Congratulations! That will make delicious news to print," I exclaim. "It will make deliciou...

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. — 6 November 1913

Reflections on Sabotage By Fred Freyr. It is really tragic, this economically determined inability of the Bourgeois to justly value Sabotage that makes him cry against it as cowardly and dir ty and sneaky. We laugh at him, because he can inot hurt us who have learned to stand upright, and they stand afar while they hurl their anathe mas. Yet there is one, the would-be-intellectual, who has grasped the modern class struggle in some phases and whom we therefore give a place to speak, telling us that the practice of Sabotage is destructive of character, will react to our derti ment upon ourselves, for, says he (and looks Im portant) 'once you grow into the habit of destroy ing, you will be its slave, when times require the opposite characteristic.' Poor would-be-intellectual I he thinks of General Sherman's soldiers "who got the habit;" he classes us with the hired and trained (just like a dog); murderers of the army and navy, who kill and dev astate for a mess of pottage; he cannot se...

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. — 13 November 1913

LONG. LIVE THE GENRAL TRiu I An Injury To One Organization* is Power A [OWNED BY THE LUMBERJACK 19 VOLITII 11 "MIGHT 1o RIGHT" NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEBMER 3, 1913 Tn ug s" Nr: 45 MANIFESTO Issued To All Workers in the Marine Transportation Industry By The National Industrial Union of Marine Transport Workers, Department of Transportation, Industrial Workers of the World. Fellow-Workers: In the Marine Transportation Industry are en gaged the following groups of workers, namely: 1, Commae Sailors, or deckhands; 2, Petty offi cers, such as quartermasters and clerks, etc.; 3, Oficers; 4, Coalpassers; 5, Firemen; 6, Waterteand era; 7, Oilers; 8, Engineers Mad Electricians; 9, Telegraphers; 10, Stewards; 11, Cooks and Kitch em help; 12, Waiters; 13, Longshoremen and hoist ing engineers; 14, Truckers; 15, Checkers; 16, Clerks, etc., etc.; 17, Boat-barge and lighterman; 18, Lighthouas, Customhouse quarantine workers; 19, Wireless Telegraphy Operators on ships. Every seafarin...

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. — 13 November 1913

THE VOICE th. PEOPLE (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") Education * I * Freedom in w*w Organization  Industrial Emancipation Democracy Published Weekly by National Industrial Union of PoIest "ad Lanber Workers. Southern District. Office of Publicatine: 520 Poydras Street, New Orleans, La. COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Yearly. United States ................................................1.0 Six Months. United States .......................................... PFreina. Yearly .......................................... . 1.W4 Bundle Orders. Per Copy (in Canada) ................................ t% Bundle Orders. Per Copy (in United States) .......................... Sinale Copies ................................................. P LEASE NOTE. In sending motey for the paper do not mix it with monies intended tot the organiaatioa. as the paper carries a separate account. Cash must accompany all orders. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL UNION OF FOREST AND LUMBER WORKERS SOUTHERN DISTRICT. Dis...

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. — 13 November 1913

Rangel Not Yet Railroaded t---- It appears that we ere in error in stating that J. M. Rangel had been "convicted" and handed 99 years in the penal infernos of the extremely "Christian State of 'Texas" at Cotulla in that Satrapy of Timber Wolf Kirby and the British Plunderbund. It was;J. M.Goeales who was rail roaded for life to those infernos that the good old Devil would not allow to be used as his Calvinistic helldepartment, and it is said that the "State of Texas" considered Gonzales "one of the least guil ty." It is further reported that Cline, Rangel and four others are picked to adorn the gallows. It is also reported that the Kirby Lumber Company, whose bloodthirsty head is also the Industrial and Political Boss of Texas, is wobbling on its last legs and, as its cars of lumber have to, whether they so wish or not, travel all over the country in the hands of workingmen, well, "If this be treason, let them make the mtost of it." It is also said that the Santa Fe Railroad, t1e Br...

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. — 13 November 1913

Southern Distrint Demands Wae Seale fir Loger sad Saw M Wrkrs` Join the One Big Unism. Iaitalatio. Fee, $1.00; Dues 50c Pr Moth. Natisnal Industrial Unlem of Forest sad Lmber Workers, Southern District. Demands: We demand an eight-hour day. We demand that eight hours be the working day from calling out in the morning until return at night. We demand abolition of discount system. We demand that all men shall be hired from Un ion Hall. We demand that $2.50 per day, or $50.00 per month and board, shall be the minimum wage for all employes in the logging or railroad camps. We demand 75 cents per thousand, or $4.00 per day per man, 11,000 feet to constitute a day's work, for log cutting, stumps 36 inches high. We demand a 50 per cent. increase in the pay of Tie Makers, Stave Mill, Turpentine, Rosin and all other workers in the Lumber Industry and its by product industries. We demand that overtime and Sunday work shall be paid for at the rate of time and a alf. We demand that all delegate...

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. — 20 November 1913

DEATH TO BURNS-BALDWIN-FELTS-ISM! An Injury To One Organization Is Power As I To THE VOICE the PEOPE [OWNED BY THE LUMBERJACKS OF DIXIE] VOLUME 11 "MIGHT is RIGHT" NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913 "TrTH CoNguses" Nuula 46 . . . . .... .... 4 .. . ... .. . . .. .. . ... . . -', --m I Il ' ] t/ "tov "Political Action" In Action "On The Civilized Plane" Forest Workers And Working Farmers, Attention! We want every Forest and Lumber Worker and every working farmer in the Southern District who takes this paper to carefully read and study the splendid address, an "Apeal to Southern Lum ber Workers and Working Farmers," by Secretary Jay Smith of the Southern District which appears on the editorial page of this issue of THE VOICE. Then we want you to pass it on to your friends in the woods, mills and corn patches and ask them to carefully read and study it. Then we want all of you who are tied of slaving for the Lumber Kings Land Lords and Railroad Magnates for a PEONS wa...

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. — 20 November 1913

THE VOICE :h. PEOPLE (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") Education * I * Freedom in Organization  Industrial Emancipation Democracy Published Weekly by National Industrial Unieon of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern District. Office o Publioeatle: 520 Poydras Street, New Orleans, La. COVINOTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Yearly. United State ................................................ 1.00 Six Months. Unitd tates ............................................. . orSign . Yearly .................................................... 1.W Bun Ordwa, Per Copy (in Canada) .............................. j% bundle Orders, Pe Copy (in United States) .........................0 Single Copies ............................................................. P LEASE NOTE. In sending money for the paper do not mix It with monies Intended fer the organization, as the paper carries a separate acouat Cash must accompany all orders. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL UNION OF FOREST AND LUMBER WORKBRS SOUTHERN DIS...

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. — 20 November 1913

The Marine Transport Workers. The present status of organization among the transport workers of the Atlantic Coast and the country assa whole we might say, is deplorable. New York, the economic heart of the continent and the most importagt seaport of the world, shows a state of affairs among the transport work ers, which for disintegration and general demoral zation has not had its equal for many years, and this at a time when eaxtreme distress for the work ing people of this industry stands right before the door. Something must db done to relieve this situation and alter the conditions. New York being the heart or the center of commerce and navigation on this continent, it should set the pacer and serve as example in re gard to organization for the rest of the continent -aye, for the rest bf the world. But instead the transport workers of New York are in such a si ape as to exert aj decidedly demoralizing effect upon the fellow-workers in the same industry throughout the world. Sum...

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. — 20 November 1913

Socialism, the Catholic Church and People of Irish Blood By Michael, The Gael. It is one of the ironies of history that chief amongst the declared enemies of modern soicial ism should be the organized Roman Catholic Church, that Church communistic in the origin whose members lived for centuries as a communis tic brotherhood and whose every great name is .synonymous with the belief that usury was un christian, private ownership of land, the blasphe mous usurpation of a gift God intended for all His children. And that in consequence of these two the gates of Heaven was closed against him who possessed riches. Equally strange an equally ironical is it that in this country where, we are told, the crusade is being waged most vigorously and with the most hope of success, it is clerics of Irish blood or birth who are busiest in the crusade and, mainly rely ing for suipport on other Irishmen men, like them selves, whose ancestors were Romanistic to the core, whose whole social system was fo...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 20 November 1913

Organization * Is Power. THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE Owned by the Rebel Clan of Toil An Injury to One is an Injury to All VOL. II--No. 46 Whole No. 98 NEWS FROM BUTTE Butte, Montana, Nov. 27, :1914 The trial of our fellowworkers at I;oulder Montana came to an end Saturday night and resulted in the conviction of Bradley ano McDonald and the acquittal of Shannon. Brad Iy was given five years and McDon idl three. As I predicted in my last letter the hand-picked Ju4y delivered the goods as per the instructions of the A. C. M. Co. who were represen t.d at the trial by Judge W. A. Clark Atty. Gen. !(elly, Kelly: county at torney of Jefferson count , a brother to the other rat and county attorney McCaffrey of Silver Bow County. A. T. Williams, rancher; F. 1. Williams; C'hrist Wickersham; Chas, Ford; Cha Irrown; M. Davidson; Chas. F. Lyon: I'ceter Tonstel; D. P. Lakc;, hotel prop Si. tor; D. P. Roberts, ctzrpenter and contractor; Robert Wonder, clerk; I'eter McC'luhkey, non-tnion miner. What d...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 20 November 1913

The Cause Mines, mills sad factories are shut down, or working half time or with a half crew. The employers tell us they are forced to lay elf men be cause there is no demand for the product. Yet there is a ragged lot at m.n, women and children seeking work at the textile mills. People who are much in need of shoes seek a Job at the shoe factories. All the workers are in need of the things made by labor. This condition is so Irrational that there must be a remedy, If we will only take the trouble to understand what is really the cause. We must first know what this demand for the products of labor really is. We know It does not mean that no one needs anything. Workers are in the direst need when there is least of this market demand. The demand for the products of labor may be devided into three parts. First: There is the demand for the things which are needed in the pro. cess of production; such as mach inery and raw material. This part of the market demand is dependent on the activi...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 20 November 1913

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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
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 20 November 1913

Collapse of Authority i, German Labor Movemern It is just. possible that in our dis- el appointment over the famlire of the au German 'Social-Demovracy, we have te too ready to tar all German Soc:ial- w ists with the same brush. It is pos- (1 alible that the rank and 111-, fil'· .. might have acted differently if they had had different leaders. U The (Oerman Socialists--and the , same hold true of all the Socialitss I, in Gernuinic countrles-hh ve been toe i ready toi s:trifice. prinelple In order ; build up !;tro' mg parties and stron: n unions. EId(lation d ti not keep [l.ace with the' increa:+n in n ltuml"er.. o Then, too, the p;artles sand the t: unions havr been built on the mill ti taristle principle. Co-opera;tion was ~, to be stwured throuprh blind obedl- n ence to the authority of choosen e. leaders, and not through any clear tl understanding of mutal Interests. I This militaristic plan night work - fairly well under ordiary, every day o cemditions, bat it must inevitabl...

Publication Title: Voice Of The People, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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