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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 29 May 1913

CONVENTION ORGANIZED ((',itoiord Fro t P'ae 1.) Alehxandria, La., May 23, 1913. I', ihe Ollicers and Members of the N. I. i. Iof F'. & i. W. in conveln Iinn assemrble(d. .',ellow-Worekrs :- I beg to make the following state lc'ints al(nd recormenlllllldations: I t. I assure this convention that had; it nrot been for my mental and pihysical inability to fill my position I couldl not have been driven to ten dhr my resignation. And I promise .VoIu that as soon as my health per imits I will return to you and work Ifor you as an agitator and speaker. Sihould it become necessary for me to, remain in a higher climate, then 1 shall take up the work in the local Ities best suited for rme. 2nd. We have been organized as a; National tody for two years this coming month. In this time we have accomplished many things. As an educator of the working people of the Southern countlry this organiza lion has excelled all other organiza tions, not excepting the churches, schols, jails and penitent i...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 29 May 1913

Frank F. Vann OPTICIAN AND JEWELER Red Cross Drug Store Alexandria, La. If the lines ithis diamond ge do not appeuar q black in all the diferslt m rdi, it Indicates " defect of sight that causes mervous head-che sad should be orareted at ecse. Ees tested fzes. MORE LAW AND ORDER. S atlemt oif/ t'. S. Ucency. ALEXANDRIA, LA., May 24, 1913. I was at Merryville, La., on the 16th day of May, 1913, transacting business, and, as I approached the evening train going out at 5:35 p. m., the "(ood Citizens' League" had gathered there to see that I got a beating. As I came up to the Santa Fe depot, on the west end, I stopped close to the track, looked around to the left at the train coming in for a few seconds, and I got a biff just over and behind the right ear by one thug by the name of Walling, who held me by the back of the coat and hit me five times before I could get away and boatrd the train, just before it stop ped. Then I saw the G. C. L. was well pleased with the work of their tool. ...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 5 June 1913

WORKERS! SEE LATEST STRIKE NEWS ON PAGE THREE. Organization IsPo THE LUMBERJACK "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL" VOLUME I " MIGHT 15 RIGHT " NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1913. "TRUTH CONQUERS" NUMBER 22. Punished For Loyalty To Their Class. An Iniury To One Is An Injury 2 To / _\ All. FII.I.IP() BO('CHINI. BENJAMIN J. LEGERE. Railroading Bocchini and Legere. By J. S. BIScAY. Whil -,1I' oIf to.,' great'est labIor strugglts of this coulntiy are taking place in the East, th, .M1ill-owners ,t ttle F':tlls l.ire dl oig thteiri utmost ito wreak ven\geancerl upon th1' workers who helped to win the Little Falls .'-;' -:, li t W inter. A .;ai full of ' en al w\'mel, was the attempt first made to get rid oP the "leaders." One woman \%a.- held witn iher 1;b' , whilte men were beaten up in the cells with black-jacks. The workers won their strike, 11'Ltr.i11 i111 1I anr \womni were ildicted on per.lureti evidence and the first two have ween convicted , f'ale-* pl. Itihini's t...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 5 June 1913

THE LUMBERJACK Education * Freedom in Organization 4 Industrial Emancipation Democracy '.hlish. d W\\'ei kly bIy National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers. Southern District. Offices of Publication: 335 Carondelet Street. New Orleans. La.; 1194 Gould Avenue. Alexandria, Louisiana. COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Yearly. U nited States ....................................... ...... $1.00 Six Months. United Stats ....... .................................. 50 Foreign. Yearly ................................ ........... 1.50 Bundle Orders. Per Copy tin Canada) ................................. 02% Bundle Orders. Per Copy (in UInited States) ............ ............02 IBundles. Orders of 500 or more t Spot c('ay. Per Copy ............... 011%, Single Copies .......................... .................... . .... .. 05 Cash must accompany all orders. Please make all checks and money orders payable to TIlE I.I1MBERJ.ICK (not to individuals). Alexandria, l.a. NATION...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 5 June 1913

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Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 5 June 1913

Frank F. Vann P1TICIAN AND JEWELER ReCd Croei" Drug Store Alexandria. La. NN qw if tteitinsuln thisdiamzond fllgu mdo no aglrwar equall bulack in all the dife~rsat njeradianlm, it. indica~te a de-fmr't of sight that cumssea antvutu heed-aime and should 61g corr ctrld at once. l~sygtAUtio free. WORKERS KEEP AWAY FROM ATLANTIC AND SOUTHERN PORTS. I .,' 1 ' ~11'' ' I'"III r''' i' I Il I't 11 ': Ii> I IIII.' 4 tI ,1 11 1 1111i.1 "11 'r\4 41 f- ii \\ '~ 11114.4*1 I, I . 1 1111,: n\X 11I I ' i il . I l i 1111,1 11 I ' Ii !t I rr 4 1' 11 1' t111 11 11 1t1 1 111" ~. I'. r 4*".\ I444 r '4 11':) I44'Il I r 14 4 4 ' 1' 111I' .: 11.., ' , 1 44 111" 4 ' I.: t 4 ", \ 1144 1 414' \\ 11' 1 , 1,11111 I'l 11 t . : 11y 4' 1 1 1 1'. " ;1 .i 4 411r } 1 " 1 1, II 41 , " t ' I : I Iit ' 1, 444 II II:i' I, Iii11 '11 11.1 I . ' lii 11 4' \ a 1' 11 11 I r 144 II 11 1144 1144114.1'. :111 \' II14l111111. 1.41441 1441 11"r]1i'' II I 'I 111.412 1111 "11,2 11 444114 1 4,I , I I I t 1 41' It 1411 1 I Il I I;,i ...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 12 June 1913

CONTROL the MACHINE and OWN the WORLD ; DEATH TO PEONAGE! DOWN WITH TENAN'TRY! I AU IIK ANUU A M U M I Free Skip Free Farms Free Frests, Free Werkaps the WNor Om! Organzation Is Po w r 1 a U h0 I& TAu M FEULWORKERS! UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FAIl! T i lihiMM I THE LUMBERJACK "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL" VOLUME I " MIGHT IS RIGHT " NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1913. "TRUTH CONQUERS" NuBER 23. ETERNAL VIGILANCE2 IS TH WESTERN FORESTS FLAMING WITH REVOLT Loggers in Oregon, Washington, Montana and California Rebel Against the Neros of Lumber. Louisiana Lumberjacks Still Fighting and Mississippi, Arkansas and Texas Boys Begin ning to Swing Into Line of Battle. MERRYVILLE STILL "RUNNING" BUT SAWING NO LUMBER. Secretary Jay Smith of the Southern District Issues Call for One Hundred White and Colored Organizers. One Big Union Booming and Western and Southern Lumber Operator's Associations Up in the Air. Forest and Lumber Workers Union Steadily Fighting Its Way ...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 12 June 1913

THE LUMBERJACK Education * * Freedom in wI * W Organization WVERS44 Industrial Emancipation Democracy Publiahed Weckly 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, l'nited ftites ................... ..................$1.00 Six Months, United States ........................... 50 Foreign, Yearly ..... ....... ............ ................ 1.50 Bundle Orders, Per Copy (In Canada) ......................... .02% Bundle Orders. Per Copy (in United States) ........................ 02 Bundles. Orders of 500 or more (Spot Cash) Per Copy .............. .01% Sineg Copies ........ ..................................... 05 PLEASE NOTE. In sending money for the paper do not mil4St with monies Intended for the organization, as the paper carries a separate account. Cash must accompany all orders. Please make all checks and money orders payable to THE L...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 12 June 1913

WANTED! \'Wanted a local organizer at every -,,mniill and log , camp in the South. O)rganiz'erl' lmutist ie memllbers of the 1. W. W. and otherwise in good stand ing with the organization. Work for 10It white and colored organizers. "For fulrther information address, •JAY SMITH. 1'. O). Ibux 78. Alexandria. La. HEED THIS CALL 1I all Io",rerst and 1 umber Worker', (Organized and Unorganized Fellow Workers:-F'rom the luni heri mills and log camps of Arkansas and .Missi.ssilppi comes the following appeials: " want to organize sa;\ m'ill labor on the G. and S. 1. Rtail road from Jackson, Miss., to ;tliIf port, Miss. Everything down here is in the hands of Northern capital ist and it is a disgrace the way they treat the workers. Only paying men with families $1.00 pi.r day, and they cannot live on it. The men are eager for orga:nization. We want to join t he I ndust rial Workers of t he World. Please write me how to proceed and send the pr:,per literature." Signed ..........................

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 12 June 1913

Frank F. Vann WATCtMAkIR, JIWIIIR AND OPTICIAN We are Specialists on Repairing Fine Watches. The .atthes %e Repair keep Perfect Time WAICHt INSPICIOR St. I. I. M. & S. RY. wilh and Jackstn %Is, near Lles Mtall.. AI.I XANi)WIA. I.A. FROM "CHUNKS OF I. W. W'ISM." (I' "A. II." of Auckland, N. Z.) "llighly intensified labor shortens the worker's life; long hours of toil reduce and render sterile his leisure hours, during which he could, other wise, attend to his bodily and mental health; and, by keeping him apathet ic, and in comparative ignorance, ob literate the very meaning of his ex istenc(e. It is plainly to be seen, then, that what is to the advantage of the Cap italist is detrimental to the Workers. "NO TIME AGREEMENTS! Why in the name of reason should a work er agree to accept a certain rate of wages for a specified length of time when he admits (and so does every body else, IJ.) that, the purchasing power of those wages is falling every day? lHe acknowledges that the cost o...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 19 June 1913

TO THE VICTORS BELONG THE SPOILS DEATH TO PEONAGCE! DOWN WITH IENAhIlRY! E A LA ElilUIT AMA fh0 ll Free Ships, free Farms, Free Forests. free Workshops the World Over! Orga zation Is Pow er M EE Ae .. FEllOWORKERS! UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE 1ALL! TrlbirfM La Iltm Es LI Fruxa, Y I Isin LE 1 is THEMBERJC "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL." VErn. ,N: I "Iei.ii' rý, I,l'i.." NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1913 "TRUThr CONQUERS" NUMBER 24 f ' .L. - . ' ''- ' ' { ' " tiI ,Is',, Mr , ,," lElisR ni-pThis it " i w h 1 h '4 lo ý. ', .··" ý. \,. 1'  " .,. UNITED FRUIT RIOT Died on the 14sh, and Was One of Whom, Fellow- worker Robert Neumann?" Fivhat certainlgmen Wounded, Three nDesperately and Witha dangerously unconstitutional quetiony. Fortytothree Fellow-workers in Jail, Under Bond of $1000 Each; All Charged With "Inciting To Riot,"city. UNIIITE FRUI Cl O. RIlO T Five Workingmen Wounded, Three l)esperately, Buried With Union Honors Sunday. Forty-three Fellow-workers i...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 19 June 1913

THE LUMBERJACK Education * T * Freeqom in WW Organization OVClERSa Industrial Emancipation * Democracy I'uhl!ishei \leekly by Natlonal Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workerl', Soullhten District. Office of Publication: 335 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, La. COVINGTON HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Yearly. United States ................ .. .... ....... . ...........$1.00 Six %Molths. I nite'l States ....... ....... ....... ....... ..... .50 i"olieign, Yearly ........... .............. ..................... ...1.60 Iuiandlte Orders, Per ('olpy (il ';n: da) ............................... .02% liltille Orders, Pe'r ('opy tin I tnited St-ates) ....... .. ..... ... .02 Itundles, Orders of 50)t or mor1111' ISpt as' ) I'r CopyII ........... .01% Sinhgle Copi' ... . . . . ... .. .. ................... . 0 P LEASE NOTE. In sending Iooe. for the Ialler do tol. inix it with moneyst intended for the olrganlizationll, as thii ll;a er earr;ic s a s I:arate ': aereo ' nt. ('ansih II ;m...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 19 June 1913

UNITED FRUIT CO. RIOT. Continued From Page 1. ;h Ln'uited Fruit Co., tie last being Si,.rg.d by the boys with leading a' de t..ehinent of police on them yelling: Colie ou! Cmne on! Run the-' tff the wharf." Maddened by the shouting and seeking , defend themselves from further in a:,ry the boys. about 100 strong, charged ti1he ship, so the officers allege, when a riot call" was sent in and a small army ,f plolie' and letetives armed with rirst ,erus and pistols was rushed to the river fr.cnt anrd another chapter in the class war was wri'ten in blood. SHOT IN BACK. Six workingmen, live Seamen and oli, I oligsiorerlaan, wvre wounded, three despe'rately, all shot in the back, one of Slilrn fellow-worker U,,bert Neumann. has since dlied, whileh two, ethers are" not expeeted to Iive. WHOLESALE ARRESTS. l"erty-thiree ir'n, were arrested andi thre,%1n into jail and all chargedl with inoet iing to riot" and placed under ilid of $1000.00 each; three were , hrged with "carrying concealed wea...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 19 June 1913

FRANK F. VANN W4TCHIMAKER, JELELER. AND OPTICIAN We are Specialists on Repairing Fin. Watches The VWatches e Repair keep IPerfect Time WATCH INSPECTOR St. L. I. 1.4 & S RY. 10th and Jackson Sts. near Unioa Station ALEXANDRIA, LA. ,/Us , s . (". dui vi/,,i,., ,. ( a... I 4 ulpi .!" laI..,Z, (1,' I H iTl',,znlo ihn '1 ,','mlill[) ibl I i in'j ' (II.I .44 1004 II 41 11 4;I4 t 4'I I ''') 41141) 11 ' Illi'j ll'l. Il4i', III' j; 4) 44 ; 41' 4 44.1; 41.4tl1 ;1 ,vo w4' r'al, r , 114'44i\ ,l, la141hI1 (.,lilt4;ol4 'r'l, 1 t41" 41'4 , r1iiv s',l 414'l Trr14lll. ll',,r . 1 ,1 . t,1,4 a III f, ,r , l I I la b ' .;w k ,I, I,, I \". \1.I 'h l ,h,' I l'a l .jai I r .., l n 1':1 I ;11ii. 444 .1'41 1 '4'4 4 1. i t 1i'. i 4 I Ia I. 11:1114' 1i 41r 1 In' .ll i ln'll ', 1, il' I,, .is I. W, . XV,'.i I,'.11 . ,. ,, ( 'n "I 1 ,' ,'/1 1 Ili ' ,:114 1, i"\, ',4) ' i4," - 'r.rib'l h11 h l 444 '1 ' .11 . 11 1 . . 1 ]''.21 ar ; l4 4;4 t4 1 4." ri.. ('I l 'ipI.I . 1. 1lil1 . 1 l l" , I,,,r 1 l ' l r ib ...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 26 June 1913

TO HELL WITH PROMISES! PRODUCE THE GOODS DEATH TO PEONACEI DOWN WITH TENUANTRYI I E A Free Ships, Free Farmts, Free Forests, Free Workshops the WorM Overt Organization Is Po w er w 111 Ib mqM i== T . b, MM I FELLWORKERS! UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL! i lre tu Win E Fa b V N IN THELMBERJK "'AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL." ',Lr MF 1 "MI(n;1'" is li,.i"' NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1913 "TRUTH CONQUERS" NUMBER 25 0 /1 vJp 'ý 8, .,.8 / " 1hF WO Nr * \ i j EN '~~~i/cZ~)L OI ' E/ , "IT- _ -  0.\ i,,: ,, ,.,o,,x¢,. Po9 ,oi " I S # ,I . ,K" R1O U- .. . ,,1 iJ wocRhER A; NO yoýE f: , Hear, You Old Dog in the Manger, Hear! Lumber War Bulletins. Little New Reported But Practically All Western Woodsmen Out. (WliNMKl',\ AND) "U ) UI''1l l"ENS IhAVE H'I'\IrI'EI) 01.11 SA' l N11 ": \Nh)(1111; N \.i; 1N I, 11) '1' INI)I. Si'l'1I EI 1\ ;1W: 4I'llA'f )b 'II 1 EN' \\fO I)I JMS111N11' I)NOA S;IV..1'l-,· I';I'IOT.I; \ I ' I' I ii i III i . i nIt I 'tnn. 1 ; I % II\ \\' I ...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 26 June 1913

THE LUMBERJACH Education Freedom in WW Organization ER Industrial Emancipation Democracy i'ublished Weekly by National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers,. Soutllhern Iistrict. Office of Publication: 335 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, La. COVINGT %N HALL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Yearly, United States ............... .. . ............... .............$1.00 Six Months, United States ....................n................... .50 Forelgn, Yearly ......... .................................. 1.0 Blundle Orders, Per {'oily tin c':na,l a) ............................... .02% lundle Orders, I'Per C'opy lin UIndei Slates) ......................... .02 (lundIles, Orders of btO or more ISioli cI'ash) PI'er ('opy .............. .01 % ;ingle (Copl es .................................................... . .05 P LEASE NOTE. In sending nlletonei y for thIi paitr ,Io i, t t Ii\. II %%iih l ol'li's intendtie, for the oigaunization, as ithe ipaper c(ilIrr.it it 4 'ate al oun'('(t.li. ('C...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 26 June 1913

Motion Portland Locals. .1Jun. 12, 1913. 1.'1ll,,w w-w.rke.rs: Th' I' r'tlherd ie 'als, Ne. 92, 93 acel I II, i t; s jIclit Iº,l sl ue;, ellc' .llllet g o .l ,.' 9., I!9 .I, p .i.ss',e thfe rfIllouwing o\lve.ld a:c I s.le'enl.d -'rlleant the I'ort I: ,'..,ill % tI , e :c II,',,I ,er'.ilsts Ic kee'.p1 inr I rel. W\\. IIcet''..hool. filn telh ' inhlus,'tri l \Vcrk"r.' .4)r e'ttepjls to fir, Waldke.r C.  ih,51111; , e'lit11lr. 11ll(h ut Sluh)mitting tIlie 111.11 ' lr a ; r ''e 'l '('I'eel1 11 vot e of the mi,.chee'.r..l ,. (I 'rri'i l.. Se'cr'et'ry 1. W. W'. eal ) I'o,'t 1 i4ed, I ( re. Resolutions Portland Locals. .I1 l I ,. 1'. I. I)1;;. l',ele,, , reel'e''Is: 'rle, le mi.'ti re , ,,Itiel el ,t s ae eieel e'.I i;11 t i ' ,111i l ,1,ii ll ti"'.. 1oceet il l 1g e lhi ' I',e lt licl 1ec'4l:, Ni4'. . !~' ' :11 (ed I1', , lhele .• el ' 9, 1 ,13:'i \\'h re';,. ' lie I, . W . W . l 'Ial.s eni 111,' h le'ir 44n ' ;11'' : till I 1i ee1g 4' 1Icei l;lII " h.re ,  h ' l I e.eelst1l ( \\',...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 26 June 1913

FRANK F. VANN WATCHMAKER. JEWELER. AND OPTICIAN We are Specialists on Repairing Fine Watches The Watches We Repair Keep Perfect Time WATCH INSPECTOR St. L. I. M. & S. RY. 10th ad Jacksa Sts. sear U.tk Statte ALEXANDRIA, LA. "ti' itve 1n as the l ii l rts oirt'i'e't ti l r.elief. No o' night I rode tihe' blind hbaae into New I l'ites, wvhere I an ii lld iy" watch almli egaJrl a liiit ererllt ,uipalt ion. IJo10 ii t wler t hat I have MYI ideas (l to why there are tramps anid hobIer. I relate this tllly ito siow Ihat the plre sent c ali iiins are the utl coni, of a system heguti ytears aigo. Ity all iiteans hturn o t light but d11 't stop at. lWest Virginia. 't'here are other dark .corners. YoursI truly, o 1. C. UIJ" i, SeIlrtetarv El I'aso Local. F- l'ro " The Rebel. N. Ii Let, all. oit her working class organfitiz ions make a like appeat to Sena tor Kern. 1)o it now. to-day. OLD REB. Fruit Trust Groggy. Continued from P'age 1. These seab crews are being recruited from all over t...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 3 July 1913

TO HELL WITH PROMISESI PRODUCE THE SUBS DEATH TO PEONAGE! 00WN WITH TENANTRY! * * M A LA EIAII Sil AMIE Free Ships, Free Far&s, Free Forestt, Free Workshops the World Over! Organizaton o Po w er .. .. m. mm T ,me FEULOWORKERSI UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FAL T 1IlrI I ao Is Is Fra, Y E I THELMBERAK "AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL." IVOLITME I "MiiiTrr is Ri;lti"T NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1913 "TRUTH CONQUERS" NUMBER 26 --. __ i/5n; In The Holy Name of Business. If" s.,h il !It, /. I Ir,nail il /ihildrv ft ,? /i r ' froim I/n u r (a1, killing , nmills. II ;/,Ill yr, li/ft- itvid f/vh. l/fildrv , w/hiv fi I twnu n in iur r in Iilliniq ,n ills, I/ ,.. I, ,hlldvl/ .1le vm /ll prvlfil In vlur curs., invlualif lfills: iI .haI ll h l iv, i l'un n Iyi ur driv' rs, in .our vsha! inu aInd a/ . ni yId pI ,It IIl/ l/l, 1fr1, l a / /Ihf /hil ref ievx S of a f'atlh rh/v dl d, nuid. I', shI.vll .,,1 s 'as inlt.h5 fli v flhl .-i ii ii 4 dilln.ss. t -, shIfll firnt l"'i'...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lumberjack. — 3 July 1913

THE LUMBERJACK IEdlucation * Freedom in Organization ER Industrial EI nmancipation Democracy I'ubllt.hed 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, Ilnltti States ................................................$1.00 Six lMontllh; , IUnlited State . ........................................ .. 50 IFo,'icl n. Y'early ... ....... ........ ................................ .50 litndlo Orders, Pe'r ('opy (in ('anitda) ............................... .02% Itllundlei Orders, I''r ('opy (in UInited States) ......................... .02 Itlllllll1. Orders of GO5 or Mioro (Spot ('ash) Per Copy .............. .01% SIngtle ('opies ............. .................................... ... 05 P LEASE NOTE. In selmlling mlloney for thIe paper do not mix it with monies Intended for the organlltatilon, as the lIaper 'arl.Ies a sep'larait account. (...

Publication Title: Lumberjack, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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