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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 20 August 1898

jk v^^-^a—- w^ j^, Jln^r Jtmmm JL^ .JL ,^L, (Q§^@c^ f3SI§^ vv Vol. I ,<•;.,.",.,-» -„«. -•...-- '..f -tf ->..- •».«. •*«» Rio '...-. -•,,« »..t»--.>--.,,<T>.,S~..S^i'.S 1-..«">.,5C-.,«-I^g"K^C j THOUGHTS, 51 Uncle I i !!,J i ...i ii -.- ! . i >:! l i"is.i wiiV&i"«ii»:<i^-" ! ii-«ii"sii\'«ii"<ai"'-ii"«i"'!- «« «.,, ».,„ *.-.,, *„„ JIL 3i;iCV.tf* «*<«* *»<«• *>«* **•«* ««* *»•«* •>•<* -»<«* -*'«* '*■«* *"*»^<sCV>itC^,, ( c^,,sO/ (^-^;j^5ilv s-^,^-^ l^'p,; s c IT is an odious comparison, but in view of the heavy and general cuts in wages the past few weeks among coal miners, wire, workers, garment workers ami others. I have a fearful suspicion that the prosperity from Can ton, Ohio, must have got so shaken up in the same capitalist bag with the prosperity intended for Canton, China, that the labels became transposed. <r it * The burgling business is going out of rtyle in England. The whole Ira ttnity of burglars in London earned...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 20 August 1898

INDUSTRIfII I FR£bDOIVI. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH , I Entered at the Po»tofßce,cl!iH»on, Sktßlt County Wash., as KCOnd class mail matter. | Terms of Subscription: One Copy, One Year 50 J" : ; " Six Month* 25 Voreißn—sent by members—*l i>er year. EDISON, SATURDAY, AUG. 20, 1888. i£T Thk subscription price of In^' dustkial rifinrti from this date will be 50 cents a year to everybody alike: '-'> cents for Mix months. * * * GmtAH socialists polled more votes than did any other party. It will not be many years till the twin relics of barbarism, divine rights of kings and divine rights of capitalists, will rest quietly in the same tomb. The Value of A bcalp.—A New York jud(;e has recently decided that be cause a child is of no commercial val ue to its parent! therefore they are DOt entitled to damages when the child i> kiHed by the carelessness of a railroad. This ermine-clad ex-rail way-attorney seems a little muddled. "Value" means ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 20 August 1898

National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL. BOARD OF TRUSTEES. President— Rkv. Mthoh W. Rbed. Denver. Col Secrctary-W*. MiDevitt. .Edison. Wash -LYeasurer-Miss HelikM. Mason.. il Edison. Wash OrKani/.er-RKV. U«o. Candke Toledo. O Dcati-P«olf- Krakk Parsons. Boston. Mass Edltor-RBV. W. H. KAUFMAN. Edison, Wash Muter Workman—C. H. Swioart.. m P Edison. Wash D utriuuter-E. F. Nolan Edison. Wash National Secretary's Report. * For week ending Thursday, Aug. 11. New active members enrolled. .. 21 New honorary members enrolled .$ Present total membership .5,41 • (Note— Honorary members are per sons in sympathy with our movement, ■ho are enrolled on the payment of 10 cents. They have no vote and are not required to pay dues, but do all they can for the cause. Active mem bers pay 10 cents monthly dues and are not charged any enrollment fee. They are admitted on signing the Brotherhood pledge.] RECEIPTS IN COLONIZATION FUND. previously reported H6.0851 SO Keserves— !• True...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 20 August 1898

nSimrnf goTonylhotes f SH. W. Halladay President G. E, Pelton / Bureau of 0 it Dennis McCoy Secretary Alex. Pugh -C< rrespond- iji ;}' Alex, Pugh Treasurer W. C. 15. Kandolph ) encc. X The Machineiy Fund, The subscriptions to the machinery fund arc steadily Increasing, It is a winner. Every little counts, tt is a work for humanity, and you and I and ! all of us .ire in It. Now witch this list grow: w. C. li. Randolph 8 10 i><> A. Mitchell •" IK' 1.. Klannoth M 1 \. Hudson -"" "" Charles Hart 10 (in •at Boyle ■• (MI I. A. Peterson 10 W I. B. Ault •"> W .'. B. Fisher 50 00 ).F. Boissevain ' <H.t John Hart '•"' W Louis Okerlund ■|()(MI A friend :>'l(l (lt» .1. \V. Kobinson 2 00 .I.A.Becker 1" Joseph Blllingsley '-■> (l" .1. E. Turner, monthly ■' (l(l M. V. Dade •''" 00 Geo. Jaap •' 00 Chas. Buckle ' (M 1 Wni. Gearhart •» "" L. Yockey '" •"' D. D. Herriman ' "" L. !•'. Herrick '" G. W. Daniels - **> lvar Sab,. I 00 .lohn Berg l(1 We five herewith the terms of ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 27 August 1898

SiySr^^^ji fr^* JJ i-*r TC»r Tj >b "^^^T f^^x^J 1 •■^■^^^^••^^^^ qMHSU QhmHhSD Vol. I LIEBKNEGHT'S DEFIANCE. THE GREAT GERMAN LEADER REVIEWS THE GERMAM ELEC TIONS. AND THROWS DOWN THE GLOVE TO THE ENEMIES OF THE SOCIAL DEMOCRACY. The Socialists 800,000 Votes Stronger Than Any Other Party And a Match For Its Enemies In Fair Play or Foul. The following letter from Wilhelm tiebknecht appeared in London Justice: Dear Comrade:— In to-day's Justice you -a.v in a note on the German Elec tion—"After the Catholics of the Cen tre, the Social-Democratic Party is the strongest in Germany." You do not five us our due. We are not the strong est party after the Centre, but we are by far stronger than the Centre, as far is the electoral body is concerned. The chief election of June 16 this year save us 2,125,000 votes, while the Cen tre had only 1,333,000. So we have nearly 800,000 voters more, or nearly two-fifths. And the difference appears itill greater, if we consider that since June 13, 189...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 27 August 1898

INDUSTRIfiI I FRtbDOM. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH I Km. red .it the Postoffice, Bkatft County, wash., m second class mall matter. ) Terms of Subscription: One Copy, One Year *•> Six Months 25 Foreign—sent by member* -si pit year. EDISON, SATURDAY, AUG. 27, 1898. K3TTHK subscription price of IX DUBTRI '. • 'EEDOM from this date will be 50 c;nts a year to everybody alike: 2,'< cents for six months. * * * Street ■ railway employes of To ledo, Ohio, are about to start a co operative store. This was the road fc.-aveled bj English employes. Then as they became stronger, they began manufacturing. $ iff if GERMAN Socialists polled nearly 1,000,000 MORE votes than any other party. In an election at Lille, France, the socialist candidate, M. Delory, beat his opponent, supported by a fu sion, by 2,070 to _.!•"'- votes. * * * Progress. The war department re fused a contract for 100,000 overcoats to a ilrm otherwise acceptable, be cause of the pr...

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 August 1898

National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, KDISON, WASH. UATIOKAL BOAKD OF TRUSTEES. prcsldent-HEV. mvbon \v. Reed, 1 Denver, Col Secretary—Wm. McDevitt. .Edison, Wash treasurer—Miss Helen M. Mason.. _' Edison. Wash /rr-Kkv. Q«a Candee Toledo, O pean-l'«°'' Fiiank Pahsons.. Boston, Mass Kdltor— Rsv. W. H. Kaufman, Edison, Wash Master Workman—C. H. Swiuart.. Edison, Wash Distributer— E. F. Nolan Edison, Wash National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday. Aug. 1-. e\v active members enrolled. .. 10 few honorary members enrolled 8 'resent total membership 3,428 [Note— Honorary members are per sons in sympathy with our movement, who are enrolled on the payment of 10 cents. They have no vote and are not required to pay dues, but do all they can for the cause. Active mem bers pay 10 cents monthly dues and are not charged any enrollment fee. They are admitted on signing the Brotherhood pledge.] I Brotherhood pledge.] ENROLLED. NT.W I.OCAI. UNION KNKOLLED. Members. Grant's Pass No. 6 o...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 27 August 1898

1 EQUALITY GOLONY NOTES 1 I — i ■ E,W, Halladay President G. E, Pelton / Bureau of V iDenni McCoy.. Secretary Alex. Pugh • Correspond- (m FAlex, Pugh... Treasurer I VV. C. B. Randolph) ence. The Machinery Fund. The subscriptions to the machinery fund are steadily increasing. It is a winner. Every little counts. It is a work for humanity, and you and 1 and all of us are in it. Now watch this list grow: \V C. n. Randolph » '" 00 A. Mitchell •'' 00 L. X lam roth ■'" "" A. Hudson *'" '*> ;'harles Hart I'l 00 Pat Boyle • P A. Peterson 1" IKI J. B. Ault o IK) .•. B. Fisher ''.' °° D.F. Boissevain •> wi John Hart 15 t:" Louis Okerlund •° 00 A friend 300 00 ,T. \V. Etoblnson - (XI .1. A.Becker 10 00 Joseph Billingsley 135 00 ,!. E. Turner, monthly ■' 00 M. V. Dade 80 i«' Geo. Jaap •' 00 Chas. Buckle 1 00 Wm. Gearhart •» (XI L. Yockey 10 M 1). D. Herriman ' ("-1 L. F. Herrick "° Q. W. Daniels - (>0 Ivar Sabo 1 °° John Berg ■>» Otto Stewhoff lb W. H. Ciiles •*> 00 Mrs. Justine ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 3 September 1898

Ibga^fPi r^ W"& ■"* m^ I 1 ■ ■ l^F m£s^*§lil I Vol. I THREE NOTABLE MAYORS. iT'T'Tir ii«ieiieii»iieiim ■[■■■u«t»i HOW SOCIALISM IS GROWING IN AMERICA. Vt the recent convention of the igue of American Municipalities, ie "8 cities, with a population aggre ing several millions of people, were resented by about 3,000 municipal ■ers—mayors, aldermen, heads of trtments. At the first convention iost determined effort was made by anti-public-ownership interests to trol its deliberations. This utter ure, and the victory of the public aership forces was marked by the ;tion. us president, of John McVicar, IWM elected and re-elected mayor M Moines, on the issue of public ership of the city water works vs. ate ownership. liable among those representing Sliced thought in municipal govern it-direct legislation, civil service irra ami public ownership of monopo were Mayor Hazen S. Pingreo of •nit. John McVicar of Dcs Moines S. M. Jones of Toledo. Three not addresses were delivered by Profs. Ik ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 3 September 1898

INDUSTRIfII I FREEDOM. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH lEntereil at the Postofltce.cEdNon. Skasctt I County, Wash., an second class mall matter.) Terms oj Subscription: One Copy, One Year 50 Six Months 25 foreign—sent by members— ll per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 3, '08. tgJTTHE subscription price of IN DUSTRIAL Freedom from this date will be 50 c;nts a year to everybody alike: 2,") cents for six months. ft ft ft Six HUNDRED THOUSAND French farmers (3,000,000 population) have united In 2,000 co-operative agricul tural associations, ft ft ft By the aid, of the socialists there was recently carried In the canton of Zurich, Switzerland, a bill to take a portion .a least of the "unearned In crement. ' Thus has Henry George begun the capture of the Mountain Republic. ft ft ft A Landlord. —The Czar of Russia receives $450,000 a day, and owns 21, --000,000 acres of land which bring in $10,000,000. All told, he has a little more than half the income...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 3 September 1898

. . . ■* - ■ National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Preildent-RKV.,'mtbos W. Reed. . ..'. Denver, Col Secretary—Wm. McDevitt. .Edison, Wash Treasurer— Miss Helen M. Mason . Edison. Wash Orwnizer— REV. Geo. Canoes Toledo. 0 Dean—PHOF. Fkank PAMom..Bostsn, Mass Kil'itiir -I!ev. W. H. Kaufman, Edison, Wash Master Workman— H. Swiuaht.. Edison, Wash Distributer— E. F. N01an...... Edison. Wash National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, Aug. 25. flew active members enrolled. 5 Kew honorary members enrolled 0 Present total membership 3,433 Honorary members are per sons in sympathy with our movement, | who are enrolled on the payment of 10 cents. They have no vote and are not required to pay dues, but do all they can for the cause. Active mem bers pay 10 cents monthly dues and are not charged any enrollment fee. They are admitted on signing the Brotherhood pledge.] RECEIPTS is colonization fund. Previously reported J16.H8 00 Reserves— CP...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 3 September 1898

ITquTiTy GOLONY NOTES | #• . -—— f ■H. W. Halladay President I G. K. Pelton ) Bureau of £}£ & Dennis McCoy Secretary Alex. Pugh J- Correspond- & W Alex. Pueh Treasurer |W.C. B. Randolph ence. 5 • „ & The Machinery Fund. The subscriptions to the machinery fund are steadily increasing. It is a winner. Every little counts. It is a work for humanity, and you and I ami all of us arc in it. Now watch this list grow: W. C. B. Randolph * 10 00 A. Mitchell » °° L. Klamroth 50 00 A. Hudson 200 00 Charles Hart . 10 00 Fat Boyle « ,HI P. A. Peterson 1" 00 J. B. Ault "> 00 0. B. Fisher '>° (MI D.F. Boissevain 5 00 John Hart 15 00 Louis Okerlund ;>0 00 A friend 300 00 J. W. Robinson 2 00 J. A. Becker JO 00 Joseph Bllllngsley 125 00 J. K. Turner, monthly ■» 00 M. V. Dade 50 00 Geo. Jaap J 00 Chas. Buckle J 00 Wm. Gearhart •> 00 L. Yockey 1° ,M) D. D. Herriman 1 IK> L. F. Herrick '0 G.W.Daniels *-00 Ivar Sabo 1 00 John Berg 50 Otto Stewhoff °B W. K. Giles 5 00 Mrs. Justin...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 10 September 1898

.P-E^WlMP tjftn. '.WmtlmiaJ** ■Vol.. I I DIRECT LEGISLATION. Growing Exolusiveness as an Issue. BY ELTWEED POMEROY. few things better illustrate the lid growth of Direct Legislation in the clear vision of its exclusive -3 and the recent advocacy of its illcation to ALL reforms by its ad ates. If D. L. means anything, leans the submission to the people : ho lawi by which they are to be ■erned. If its advocates are just v must be as willing to submit the ortns they advocate to a vote of the iple as they are desirous of sub ting the evils which they think ir opponents uphold to a vote of people. Direct Legislation is a i-edged sword; it cuts both ways. only wholly satisfactory to him > relies on educating the people iis willing to submit to their de on till that decision is reversed ?ra fuller and finer education., he man who says that before we Direct Legislation, we must have : silver or the single tax or gov ment banks or public control of lie monopolies is as illogical as republ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 10 September 1898

INDUSTRIfII ! FREEDOM. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH (Entered at the Postottlce. Edison. Skagit County, Wash., as second class mall matter.] Terms of Subscription: One Copy. One Year 5" Six Months So Foreign sent by members II ncr year. EDISON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 10, 'OS The platforms which are being adopted in the various conventions through) it the nation indicate the speedy victory of several reforms, among which aie direct legislation, ex emption of homesteads of $2,500 or less from taxation, Ton-en's -> stem of reg istering land titles, national Income tax, and public ownership and opera tion of natural monopolies. Reformers are getting better informed and so are beginning to see that a proposed re form can cure but one evil—that we need many reforms instead of a single panacea. This makes a union of forces possible. •3&.i s*. & Some Fool Farmers. Once upon a time some Farmers who wished to have a larger supply of Fish, organized...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 10 September 1898

1 National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. . NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES, president—Rev. MYRON W. Reek. .' Denver, Col Secretary—Wm. McDsvrrr. .Edison, Wash Treasurer— Helen m. mason. . Edison. Wash Organiser—Rsv, Geo. candue Toledo, O Dean—Paov. FRANK Pabsom..Boston, Mass Bailor Rev. W. 11. Kaufman, Edison, Wash Master Workman—C. 11. Swiosbt.. Edison, Wash Distributer— HUMMEL Edison, Wash National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, Sept. 1. jjifew active members enrolled. .. 5 New honorary members enrolled li Present total" membership 3.444 [NOTE — Honorary members are per sons in sympathy with our movement, who arc enrolled on the payment of 10 cents. They have no vote and are not required to pay dues, but do all they can for the cause. Active mem bers pay 10 cents monthly dues and arc not charged any enrollment fee. They are admitted on signing the Brotherhood pledge.] RECEIPTS IN COLONIZATION FUND. Previously reported *1&.160 ■ Reserves— . Willis Brand...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 10 September 1898

iwl: ■•■■•.•.■•.■■••• l ♦»• H. W. Halladay President IG. E, Pelton 1 Bureau of V A. Dennis McCoy.. Secretary Alex. Pugh [■ Correspond- i»i T Alex I'm'h Treasurer |W.C. B. Randolph ) once. 9 WS*. - • ♦« ij?^»? i'iii i 3ii vii3ii fi** 7 *♦*♦ ♦*• <•%•-•:♦ **.♦ -its <«.•> -i».» i».» ♦:♦ ** w Vf i*.» •'• •<♦.»- The Machinery Fund. The subscriptions to the machinery j fund are steadily increasing. It is a winner. Every little counts. It is a work for humanity, and you and l and all of us are in it. Now watch this list grow: . W. ('. B. Randolph I '" 00 A.Mitchell •' 00 L. Klamroth '<£> 00 A. Hudson 200 00 Charles Hart 1""" Pat Boyle .-' "" P. A. Peterson '" 00 I. B. Ault _•' 00 .'. B. Fisher ■■" 00 D.F. Boissevain •> 00 John Hart i» 00 Louis Okerlund ->0 00 A friend 300 00 J. W. Robinson - 00 J.A.Becker ,10 00 Joseph lings c; i--' 00 J. E. Turner, monthly ■ o 00 M. V. Dade.- »9 00 Geo. Jaap V °| Chas. Buckle ' ('( Wm. Gearhart •' "" L. Yockey >° "° D. D. Herrima...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 17 September 1898

|t>#-^s>vl r^ **m r* ■"*• I ■ ■ m r^i n Vol. I FREE LAND. JOHN R. ROGERS. (Copyright; all rights reserved.) Whilst another man has no lam. my title mine your title to yours, is at once vitia d._K;iipli Waldo Emerson. Immediately adjoining the little ty in which I live lies a compara vely small Indian reservation con sting of a few thousand acres of vac uole land. On this land, nine-tenths which is uncultivated and untouch -Iby the hand of man, some four or ■c hundred very peaceable Indians irsue the daily round of life. EaCh mlly has its cabin, its little field and i domestic animals, in greater or laller supply, as measured by its in stry and application; for all are the oduct of the unaided labor of the lians themselves. The land is held severalty by the different families I males over 21 years of age are owed to vote. 3y a convenient fiction the land is Id as belonging to the Uuited States 1 so escapes taxation. This secures ree home to every member of the be, for if subjec...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 17 September 1898

INDUSTRIfII I FR&fcDOM. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH iKntcred at the Postofflce.cEdlson, Skagit County, Wash., as second class mall matter. 1 Terms of Subscription: One Copy, One Year *" •• Bis Months M foreign si nt by members—fl per year. EDISON, Saturday; sept, IT. '88 FELLOWSHIP IN WORK. The comradeship of work is an ele ment which is rarely taken into ac count, but which is of great import ance from many points of view. Men who work together have not only the same interests, but are likely to de velop 11 kinship of thought and feel ings. Their association extends be yond working hours and includes their higher and wider interests. There seems to be something in the putting forth of Tort upon the same mate rial or for the same end which binds men together with ties which are not wholly the suit of proximity. Those who have given no thought to the educational side of work and who are Ignorant that it has such a side, are nevertheless ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 17 September 1898

. National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES, president—Rsv. Mvhon W. Reed. Denver, Col Secretary— McDevitt. .Edison, Wash Treasurer— Wsa Helen M. mason.. Edison. Wash Organizer— Rev. Geo. i'anhkb Toledo. O Dean—Fnor. Frank Parsons.. Boston. Mass Editor— Rev. W. H. Kaufman, Edison, Wash Master Workman— H. Swiuart.. Edison. Wash Distributer—Wm. Hummel Edison, Wash National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, Sept. 8. New active members enrolled. .. 1 New honorary members enrolled 0 Present total membership 3,445 ifXOTE— Honorary members are per sons in sympathy with our movement, who are enrolled on the payment of 10 cents. They have no vote and are not required to pay dues, but do all they can for the cause. Active mem bers pay 10 c;nts monthly dues and are not charged any enrollment fee. They are admitted on signing the Brotherhood pledge.] RF.CEIPTS IN COLONIZATION FUND. Previously reported SW.I7.- 85 Reserves— .1 Carlson. Calif *10 ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 17 September 1898

*»??»T?jT^??i??|*?|?T»T7»77|7Tt~ ■*♦* <*.* -i«?-n»> -i»r •.»* •.».* -its '.».» ".»s *».♦ -■».- '•»■» «»* I EQUALITY COLONY NOTES 5 # -~r^ — $ 41* H. W. Halladay President IG. E, Pelton / Bureau'of %? I Dennis McCoy '. Secretary i Alex. Pugh > Correspond- m •* Ale: Pueh Treasurer W. C. B. Randolph) ence. '| k 3? • *;* *>T^T *»T*i??***»?**T^f? i»?wTt» •.♦.» i».» iff -.#.» -.is its w; -is '♦.* w '•.» i»s iff •*i > its The Machinery Fund. The subscriptions to the machinery fund are steadily increasing. It is a winner. Every little counts. It is a work for humanity, and you and 1 and all of us are in it. Now watch this list grow: W. C. B. Randolph *. I 10 00 A. Mitchell ?-.. . "> 00 L. Klamroth • •'" 00 A.Hudson '..... 200 00 Charles Hart - 10 00 Pat Boyle ' ■' 00 P. A. Peterson • 10 00 1. B. Ault " .•> °° C. B. Fisher 50 00 D.F. Boissevain 5 00 John Hart 1-"' 00 Louis Okerlund .. 50 00 A friend 300 00 J. W. Robinson - 00 J. A.Becker : 1" 00 Joseph Billingsley ' I--1...

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