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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Voice of the people. — 27 November 1913

WORKERS OF THE WORLD, UNITEI An Injury To One Organization Is Power An Ij To A HE VOIC the OP VOLUME II "MIGHT Is RIGHT" NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, TIURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 191J "RUTH CoxQuRs" NUMBn 47 MAN IFESTO Issued to all Southern Lumberjacks and Working Farmers by the National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern DiftriA, Department of Agriculture, Industrial Workers of the World. FELLOW-WORKERS: The thirteenth census of the United States gives us the following facts and figures on forest and lumber products. Total value of forest and lumber products, $793,810,129. Total number of wage workers employed in the forest and lum ber industry, 695,019 workers. Now let us do a little simple figuring. We find that the average wage for the lumber worker is about $1.75 per day. Now multiply 695,019 workers by $1.75, this gives you the total sum of $291,907, 780 or the total amount paid all lumber workers for one year. Now let us go a little further and see how we have bee...

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. — 27 November 1913

THE VOICE .th PEOPLE (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") _- --- --sh_ rZ- ta] Freedom Education Fredom n e . VERS4 Industrial eta Organization n7 m" Emancipation Democracy m ti' _________-;---- in Publi bed Weekly by National Industrial Union of Forest sad Lumber ei Workers. Southern District. Office of Publication: 520 Poydras Street, New Orleans, La. D; COVINGTON HALL, Editer. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Yearly, United States ....................................... Six Months, United States ............ .......................... Foreign. Yearly ........... .. ............................ 1. Bundle Orders, Per Copy (In Canada) ........................... . ;! Bundle Orders, Per Copy (in United States) .......................... t Single Copies ................................... ........ ...*.. _ N P LEASE NOTE. In sending money for the paper do not mix it with monies intended te the organization, as the paper carries a separate acco~l Cash must accompany all orders. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL UNION OF...

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. — 27 November 1913

WAR, WHAT FOR? By Kirkpatrick. ~!oral hereof: Let Hearst, Broussard, Otis & 4o., go to Mexico and furnish the buzzard food. Capitalists Want War. Politicians Declare Wars. Preachers Pray for Victories in Wars. Workingmen Fight the Wars. A 'onlidential Word with the Man of the Working Clans. Brother: Whoever you are, wherever you are on all the earth, I greet you. I am a member of the working class. We are brothers. Class brothers. Let us repea. that:--Class brothers. Let us write that on our hearts and stamp it on our brains:--Class brothers. I extend to you my right hand. I make you this pledge. Here is my pledge:-I refuse to kill your father. I refuse to slay your mother's son. I re fuse to plunge a bayonet into the breast of your sister's brother. I refuse to slaughter your sweet heart's lover. I refuse to murder your wife's hus band. I refuse to butcher your little child's father. I refuse to wet the earth with blood and blind kind eyes with tears. I refuse to assassinate yo...

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. — 27 November 1913

"Whiskey Ring" Oscar Raves Saloon Keepers' watcl dog howls at Mexican hu mna:nitarians for protesting against the infamous treatment handed out to Cline, Rangel and their companions by his murdurous government which exists by the D)ivine Right of Booze. Like all Texas "IDemocrats" the mere mention of the word "Hu inanity" sendIs him raving mad. The following clipping was sent us by a Fellow Worker from Chicago. Hear MEN speak and a F"OOL rave: Austin, 'lex., Nov. 17.---" Threats to make Texas 'answer to the whole Mexican people' unless mer cy is shown Mexican ammunition smugglers ar rested last Septemel)r at ('arrizo Springs, Tex., was telegrapl d to (;ov. 0. B. Colquitt to-day by 127 Mexicans 4nder San Marcos, Tex., date: There were fourteen Mexican smugglers, eleven of whom are still awaitikg trial. The telegram read: "Mexican ('( lony protests against persecution that the state cf Texas is making against the Mex ic(an revolutionists that were arrested near Carrizo Springs. Two of...

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. — 4 December 1913

POLITIX AND UNIONISM DONT MIX. AN INJURY TO ONE P AN INJURY TO ALL Organization* Is Power 1 9 THE VOICE tAe PE OPLE VOLUME II "MIGHT IS RIGHT" EW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, ThURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1913 "TRUTH Copgum" NtTm3 48 LUMBERJACKS, A WORD TO SOUTHERN LUMBERJACKS. It is not our intention to say what is being done at other locals, neither is it our intention to say what they will do in the future. But we want to say for the good of the whole Southern District that Local 275 has this to say; we are already or ganized. At our last business meeting, which was Friday night Nov. 14th, we initiated 11 new mem bers. This leaves only 6 more workers on the job to organize before we have a solid membership of all who work on the job. Now right here, fellow-workers, let us tell you that the secret of organizing is simple. This work of organizing must be done on the job, and it must be done by the workers themselves. We waited for some time, depending on some leader to come into our local and do th...

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. — 4 December 1913

THE VOICE the, PEOPLE (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") education * Freedom in w*w Organization w Industrial Emancipation Democracy Published eekly by NationaalIndu trili of dPorst sad Lumber Workers, Southern District. Office of Publotleien: 520 Poydras Street, New Orleans, La. COVINGTON HALL, Editer. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Yearly, United Stat.e ........... ...............................1. 8ix Months, United States ..................................... .64 Foreign, Yearly ................. .............................. Bundle Orders, Per Copy (ia Canads) ...... .......................... " Bundle Ordes. Per Copy (a United tates) ........... ...........*.02 tingle Copies ................................................ . P LEASE NOTE. In sending money for the paper do not mix it with monies Intended for the organisation, as the paper carries a separate account. Cash must accompany all orders. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL UNION OF FOREST AND LUMBER WORKER- BOUTHERN DISTRICT. District Headquarters ....

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. — 4 December 1913

Slaves Or Men, Which? By C. Havens. I have a question to ask. I find the hypocritical church members and preachers fighting the I. W. W. everywhere thru here, so I want to ask the preachers if their Bible does not say: "Thou shalt not steal; thou shalt not murder; thou shalt not lie; thou shalt not commit adultery ?" And I want to show that the preachers in upholding the sys tem we are working under to-day are upholding a system of thievery, for everyday I work the Boss steals two-thirds of my product; he is stealing bread from little children's mouths; he is stealing the life blood of the workers. The Boss is starving men, women and children to death, the most sor rowful death a human being can die. But not only that kind of murder does he commit, but the Gov ernment keeps a standing army of murderers and when the Magnates say: "Kill that mass of work ers, "they do it, or try to do it. As for lying. To get along in this Capitalist World, you have got to be an unmittigated liar. You...

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. — 4 December 1913

Sic the Scab Cats on the Bloohounds. Marshfield, Oregon, Nov. 17, 1918. VOICE OF THE PEOPLE: Deporting members of the I. W. W. seems to be an enjoyable pastime among the Bourgeois in Southwest Oregon. Last Saturday seven mem bers of Local 88 were deported from Florence, a small town 60 miles north of here. We have of fered practically no resistence to the outrages of the masters so far. We were unable to get Rebels to come here aifter Edgeworth and Everret were run out. The writer has been in every town in Coos County but knows of only two members be sides himself who are fighting "the powers that be" in this neck of the woods. Now, fellow-work ers, next Spring will be a good time to come down and learn them something. We will have to teach them that it is cheaper to let us alone. At present the woods are filled with jobites, political freaks and "God and country" men, but they will scatter next Spring when the camps in other sections of the country open up. Agitation is out of the ...

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. — 11 December 1913

ALL THE "POLLY" SAITH IS LIES. Or ian 9zat9 TiI Power -W This is Number 49 Organization Is Power . 50 - of THE VOICE the PEOPLE VoucIMI II "Ml(;iir' Is Ruti~r" NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1913 One Dollar Yer. VIA U RR U T (~ NY ALL- (5'GN _~X"ý , C, s Gettin His Goat, Or Unklln Th "Sile"Wokr __ ~ _ _ ~ - -------- Getting His iGoat, C Or Unskilling The "Skilled" Worker. · Lumber Workers and Working Farmers of Dixie, Organize: Revolt! iBy ('ovington IHal. "This afternoon" (l)ec. 3d.), said Professor Taggert, "I observed the luce harvester cut, top and strip cane for a distance of about forty feet. It worked well from start to finish. * * * * * The machine can top cane almost as well as by the hand method, and it is very promising." Now, many will ask "What has a cane harvester got to do with Lumberjacks and with Farmers who dont cultivate cane?" At first glance one would btH inclined to say, "nothing." BIut let us see. Is it not a fact that only a few years ago the ...

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. — 11 December 1913

The Voice of the People. (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") Entered as Second-class Matter, July 5, 1913, at the Post Office at New Orleans, La., under the Act of August 24, 1912. AN INJURY TO ONE, AN INJURY TO ALL Education w*w Organization Emancipation FREEDOM IN INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY. l'ublished Weekly by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern District. District Headquarters ..Ale....... .Axandria, La. Jay Sm ith ................. .......................Secretary OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: 520 POYDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. ('OVINGTON HALL ..._.... .. . Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: UNITEI) STATES: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks, 50 cents; 13 weeks, 25 cents. ('ANADA: 52 weeks, $1.50; 30 weeks, $1.00; 10 weeks, 25 cents. FOREIGN: One Year .............. ... . ...........$1.5 SINGLE COPIES: ....... .................. 5 cents BUNDLE RATES: To all Locals and Rebels ordering 10 or more copies and paying 10 weeks, or 50 or more copies and paying live weeks, or 200 or more cop...

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. — 11 December 1913

Seattle Notes. By Walker C. Smith. Perhaps a few notes on affairs in Seattle may be of interest to the readers of THE VOICE, as thi' city can furnish the usual assortment of humor and pathos, tragedy and comedy, oddities and com monplaces, that go to make up life. The A. F. of L. convention claimed first place in the attention for a time. There was evidence of a sprinkling of real rebels on the floor, also a larger measure of political socialists with less power thain at previous gatherings, of the Federation. Some of the red delegates voted for the ultra-conservatives rather than for the yellow socialists, prefering to take their medicine urdiluted. This was noticeable in one contest where a yellow, Wheeler by name, was turned down by some socialists, while others refused to vote on roll call for either candidaLe. No doubt there will be talk of this convention having made great strides toward industrial union ism and the partial adjustment of the jurisdiction al dispute between the...

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. — 11 December 1913

WAR, WHAT FOR? By Kirkpatrick. NOTE:-Send $1.00 to Jay Smith, Box 78, Alex andria, and get a copy of this mighty book, "War, Capitalists Want War. Politicians Declare Wars. Preachers Pray for Victories in Wars. Workingmen Fight the Wars. Moral hereof: Let Hearst, Broussard, Otis & Co., go to Mexico and furnish the buzzard food. "The Flag! The Flag! The Flag!!" "Follow the flag!" sounds good-but strikes blind the working class. "Follow the flag l" sounds brave and grand. Very. "Follow the flag!" is wine for the brain-of. the working class. "Follow the flag!" makes millions of our class blind and usable. "Follow the flag!" stirs a sav age passion cunningly called "patriotism." "Follow the flag!" never confuses a man wearing a silk hat. "Follow the flag!" is bait laid for fools. "rot" fed to mules, by every tyrant king, czar and president at the head of governments used by the industrial ruling class. Governments-to-day under capitalism-are composed of "leading citizens." These "le...

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. — 18 December 1913

THE BOURGEOIS' GOD-$ This is Number 50 Organizatioak Is Power I s - Sof THE VOIEA the FEh Vo11;ME II NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913 ia a Ibr The Seamens' Pill: Can You Swallow It? Larkin Unmasks Havelock Wilson. N. Y. Longshoremen In Revolt. Along the New York waterfront the Marine Transport Workers have a new joke. When you pass them you hear them sneeringly speak of the "Seamens' Pill." That is the name they have given to the now famous "Seamens' Bill," which has not yet been passed by Congress The star of tin-god Furuseth has gone down The men are sick and tired of him and have lost confidence in him. his international union and his fake bill. And well they might. In the meantime Furuseth, who is now parading his meek philanthropy over in London, getting on good terms with the master class by trying to smooth over the class struggle. At the same time he and his pals are busily trying to hide the de feat of the men and the failure of craft unionisn: they colle...

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. — 18 December 1913

The Voice of the People. (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") Entered as Second-class Matter, July 5, 1913, at the Post Ofice at New Orleans, Ia., under the Act of August 24, 1912. AN INJURY TO ONE, AN INJURY TO ALL Education w*w Organization y tvEI Emancipation FREEDOM IN INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY. Published Weekly by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern District. District Headquarters ............... ........Alexandria, La. Jay Smith .................................Secretary OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: 520 POYDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. COVINGTON HALL .................................. Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: UNITED STATES: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks, 50 cents; 13 weeks, 25 cents. CANADA: 40 weeks, $1.00; 10 weeks, 25 cents. FOREIGN: One Year .....-....-.................... ...._........_$1.5F SINGLE COPIES: ................................... 5 cents BUNDLE RATES: To all Locals and Rebels ordering 10 or more copies and paying 10 weeks, or 50 or more espies and payi...

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. — 18 December 1913

Judge Lynch Reigns in Wheatland The motion for a change of venue in the Wheat land Hop Pickers cases has been denied. The cases will therefore come up for trial in Yuba County, where the wage and living condition. which caused the strike touch the pocket books of the entire ranch-owning population, and where the animosity of the prosecution and of the press has been proven to be so bitter toward the men in jail that a fair and impartial trial is a sentimental dream.. At the ti reshhold of the trial, it is learned to what extent Edward D. Stanwood, district attor ney of Yuba County, has lent himself to violence and intimidation of witnesses. Earl R. Cokely had the misfortune to earn his living and that of his wife and child in the Durst hop fields. Because of that he was arrested at Lodi, September 5. From that date until Novem ber 28, Cokely was held in jail by District Attor ney Stanwood, and all that time counsel was denied him. Several times he was brought before Stan wood and th...

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. — 18 December 1913

Might Is Right. Have you read that great book, "Might Is Right" by Ragnar Redbeard ? If you have not you have missed one of the most tremendous books ever printed. Boldly, aye sav agely, Redbeard challenges the maudlin sentimen tality and hypocricy of this slave-made world, pro claiming: "A psalm of joy I raise, a true and holy song, "The race IS to the swift, the battle to the stresg" THE VOICE for 30 weeks and a copy of "Might Is Right," both for only ONE DOLLAR; or the book alone for FIFTY CENTS. Send in your order to-day. You will never regret so doing. Address. "¶'HE VOICE, 520 Poydras Street, New Orleans, La. LARSON DYING, NEEDS HELP. To all Members of .the I. W. W. Fellow-Workers :- We, the Press Committee of Local Union 327-3, wish to bring the condition of Fellow-Worker Lar son before you to see what action you will take. Fellow-Worker Larson has been an active mem ber in Canada for the past two years; he has start ed three locals; he has traveled the railroad grades here 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. — 25 December 1913

LABOR UNITED IS LABOR TRIUMPHANT. This is Number 51 Organizatio*n Is Power . 52,-,, HE VOICEof POP VOLUME II NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1913 MIGlHT Is iaG Open Letter on Cline & Rangel Case Also Wherein We .Touch On Land Steals and Forest Thefts. New Orleans, La., Dec. 20th, 1913. Honorabl-----, Washington, D. C. Dear Senator: Yours of the 13th. just received. Your informa tion re the cases of Cline, Rangel and their com panions is partially wrong. Absolutely no credence can be given the reports of the affair in the Texas papers for they are all owned or completely domi nated by the gang of despoilers of the South that is lead by John Henry Kirby, chieftain of the Lum ber Trust, ex-Senator Bailey and the heads of the Santa Fe R. R. System, which is a British corpor ation and which is heavily interested in Mexican "concessions," or its principal owners are. This gang is also heavily interested in Timber, Desert and Marsh lands in the Southern States, and thes...

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 December 1913

The Voice of the People (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") Eatteed n Secead.class Mtter, July 6, 191, at the Poet Offie at New Orleans, ., under the Act of August 24, 1912. ..... .T-- -- - - '- I - • -or Peuleed Weekly by Natisal1 Industrial ViS of Forest and Lumber Wrkers, Southern District. c Dist eadqurters .......................Ale dr, La. Jay Smith ....... ......-......... ... .................-- .. - Secretary OFFIC3 OF PUBLICATION: 520 POYDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. COVINGTON HALL ................................ Edit SUBSCRIPTION RATES: UNITED STATES: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks, 50 ceatto 13 weeks, 25 easts. CANADA: 40 weeks, $1.00; 10 weeks, 25 cents FOREIGN: One Year ............................. $1.50 SINGLE COPIES: ..................................... - 5 cents BUNDLE RATES: To all Locals and Rebels ordering 10 or mare copies and paying 10 weeks, or 50 or mere copies and paying five weeks, or 200 or more copies and paying bi.weekly or monthly, or 500 or more cepies paynlag...

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. — 1 January 1914

REBEL CLANS, ALL HAIL! THE VOICE GREETS YOU! This is Number 52 Organization g Is Power , 53 " "--. No. 53 ~. III fmpbe of THE OICE thef PEOPLE VOL. III I. N. 52. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY I, 1914 MIGHT Is RIIT THE SOCIAL WAR. SAN ANTONIO, Texas Rebels report that the last issues of THE VOICE showing up the dirty work and persecutions of the "Law and Order" mafia caused a stir in that community of consump tive robbers. "Sheriff" Tobin is said to have had a bad fit of hydrophobia and every manhunter in the alleged civilized state of Texas swore THE VOICE was a liar. By the time we get thru with these hellions they will be shown up to all the world in their true colors. They will yet learn that the rebel press is a power to be reckoned with even by the werewolves that infest the deserts of Texas. Here is one form of juicy graft put over on the fool tax payers of Texas by their guardians, the politicians. Says one of the rebels: "The fee system keeps the San Antonio jai...

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. — 1 January 1914

The Voice of the People (Formerly "The Lumberjack.") Entered as Second-class Matter, July 5, 1913, at the Post Office at New Orleans, La., under the Act of August 24, 1912. PubMished Weekly by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern District. District Headquarters ......... lexmadria, La. Jay Smith ...........-............c tr OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: 520 POYDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. COVINGTON HALL....._ Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: UNITED STATES: 52 weeks, $1.00; 26 weeks, 50 cents; 13 weeks, 25 cents. CANADA: 40 weeks, $1.00; 10 weeks, 25 cents FOREIGN: One Year ......._..-..........._.....$1.5s SINGLE COPIES: .....5 ta BUNDLE RATES: To all Locals and Rebels ordering 10 or more copies and paying 10 weeks, or 50 or more copies and paying five weeks, or 200 or more copies and paying bi-weekly or monthly, or 500 or more copies paying weekly, IN ADVANCE, we will make a rate of, in United States, 1 1-2c per copy, in Canada, 2c per copy. Charged accounts 1-2c pe...

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