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There is a crying lCad of unity of
purpose among uni.-it men. It is j nlt
ing,' but is still, a very vague, in
formed speck upon our horizon. lh'r"
tofore, the interests of union men
have been' purely local. EaTc indi
vidual has concerned himself ,loely
with local conditions, local needs.
local wage. seales, and the vital prir
ciple of untifisil;. namely, ,rother
hood, has been lost sighlt of. drownced
in the local puddles of selfish, indi
The local union con-e , ,ns i'self
with the prevailing w;lg, the pres
ent living ' d4 working colldititlns.
which is, of course, necessary and
right, but tlI' affairs of other com
munities of worl:':, while ;.lterest
ing, are not telt a., I.onlly, ,or" c ani
pioned as ',nselfislily as th. y chonuld
What we lack is a code -a ':ystot,,
founded uipon a princio ;t --- hiich
should le comile)d, edited, cirt i,;l:
ed throughout t. org :izc t '
labor, this code should i.r:. ~, the
rallying s!tadad r I of lab,.
Did you , ..ri Ihear of iny religio
or form of go 'rtlnt'tt'l Iha did !,ot
first of all plss':s a ook? And :n
not these ,'odes, these coi .i,.i0o .:..
and ideal., the pivots aro'und tt W'. 1
mlove the votaries of all v'l;'; tis.
governmients, fri.'rntal o de is --
which were sulcces: .ll?
Having adjusted our it,,'' ' '":ige
questions, we have li'le (: :o tibl
ject matter, ohie, tha', riutine busi
ness, ill our nion ot eit' iiivs---lapiess
we, through ;,loness an. 1 i:of pu r
pose, fall into petty disp :s, allow
harmful factiowt i to ,i-c'ie Ihichl weakl
en us and s.tletin'es brl lg about lo
cal disasters, even ·,t!i fi ilure:-.
Let its have a 'ode, x!l a ei::''; i
tution merely. I.t': , have a great ::
tional, international lIpu'ose
grand and glorious goal toward a;
we may dail: lend our uitnos t e:;..:'.
It must be somiething whicht in:'.
eventually bring about the good of usit
all, and not a syste", which may be.
as now, dropped by a cenitral body in
the form of a charter and ;; .olnstiilu
tion and an official setl eal upon every
separate local-a little ti'.ilor-mudl '
coat to fit each separate back. W\'hat
we want is this- -allnd illOre, m to:re
imore-a future go;l, cr;s taliy I
within a system, I' unnded upon t,
union principlde of b)rotherhi, !i.
placed in every iocal union in .\mlnr
ica, to be a means of consi)t..:atinlt
our efforts, knitting 'ogetiher our in
terests and sympi'h ies, uniting -,.,r
strength and effecti-;ness in all mat
ters concerning our futule, as w~cl
as our present welfare.
'We need not call our book by any
name. The greatest bo,,',, the great
tst rallying standard of all titmes,
was called simply the Bible- Tlihe
Book. But such a ,,,de would te a
means of making the l.ioit and ailms
of every local union iii tilis c. ';.rt'
exactly simlilar---not tirOt!y i, ti,'
business, but in edu a juting all organ-I n
ized labor to the cnd that ltob:'Irtl
Ingersoll's prophecy inu; y he' rt-alized ii
(reversed, and qtuet ' i point rather'
than in word): W i':N LAITO . I.
BECOME EDUC('ATE) TO \ IKNO .Vl. :
EDGE OF ITS CONDITIO(N AN
STRENGTH, TIEN I WILL LAOiR
COME INTO ITS Oi N.
Likewise, uniOll I 'atlapel'ps aire
prone to confine their l1ain efforts
to local conditions. This is in no wayl t
a criticism, bit Ia is, na12ve1' 'lis a
fact, and it is so sii mply Ieise 11he " t
labor papers hav. been so tesltritcltl,
combatt';d, discredited 1,-'d lti t
down to the nlarrowest '!::its. uin I
the labor papers ;o tinl wa1 t ti heI
world's new as it is peddled to 1!the
workers by cite plress of today.
Imhnpractict and difficult as it "ay ;
seem now. w'( llll-2l alm(a d;l, )os se"
a labor press l lat \a til enjoy the h ae
scope as .Io our prcesent a) pr'.;s
associations and calpitalit:' i' nI ",.
We wol:rkes in Butts c:'ltt S ' 'ow
what the conditions are in N\-v, 1,"1.,
in Chicago, in !ian Frnt:'ciso.
Russia-because we at' 'tl, i nlit
ted to knhow. They are' t .\i i. lie's
that reach us, buo the world's dail'
hews is fed to te Ilaisses in l . ,- h .\
erest form of propatganda. and lll intJ
labor sheets aret not ni!owe! '' p "iv
ilege of 'ollecting and ciistlritilt ;
news on a broad plan, thiey a: ,.' a'
present, obliged toi use tliheir vtr'li:i1
shrapnel upon local tairgets. net.' ', h
jectives, and often aro c,'niiil, t : to
cast their pearls bef'lire svcltl'.
It is, or will he. utc .s.ary to have(.
the freedom of tilO .press. the plo)C
pie's press, if we art! t:; l.;rl .t : ';uc
cessful labor party. WV n;:: -t di 'cuss"
such systems as socialism, bolthtit'v
ism, humanitarianisla, brot lherhood,
government owner. :lip, real deilic
racy, actual go',: 'nlient of the l,'o
ple, for the people and by the Il-I
pie; and we must discuss these gro.i.
vital subjects, not in isolated aw
munities, bI:t throughout the o:trld
-the working world. Only by sluhi
sane and comlprehensive lteals cull
we attain our ends and cliilli ouir
natural rights in a pcacsful, orderly
and decisive manner.
You may say, "They will not let
us have our rights peaceably.' 'c Wll.
then, if "they" will not even accord
us this right-thilt right to murl::
understanding, collective reason .1;,
and discussion, to the end that v..:
may carry our banner into "th.-:"
ranks without violence, when ha\i
the workers' ever been kllown I1'
shirk a `fight? Could we not event
fight better if we' were closely ..r
ganized, fighting under one clearly
defined watchword-knowing wh;it
we are all in search of and toward
what goal we are all eagerly march
nlg? Let us unite and learn to think
and work and act in unison, for one
concentrated purpose--the good of
Os all-and having nccomplished this
ah3tiiCS!e willbe infinitely better able
o support our mutual cause, whether
by power of our numbers and our
united voices, as we all must human
ly hope--or, if then', accepted meth
o1es f'ail--by harsher lumethods. \V'e
will at least possess the use of 0111'
full strength, however we may thenl
detcide to use it.
\ie have made it easy for the ('ap
italist to reach us. We have and umain-
tLain a centrall body which 'eprlresentI
us. :r, at '-ast. does so sometillmes.
When it was deemed unpalriotic fort
the worker to demland higher \rages
in spite I' i unbearablle living condi
!Ions. hi:. Wlord was ipassed down to1
us in thei ielr of a relayed mandate.
We should I'rem(ove ourselves frotll
this ( ,.'act. IEach local union shouidl
be e:. oe,ted to maintain a certain re
serve fuld inl its tl'reasullry. ill piropor
tion ;t that local uinion's strength.
At fr.qellnt tilomes and ill favorablle
lI,'..es, r'epresentlatives specially elect
ed for each meeting, should convene,
each local lunion being represented
in conference-andlld tile petty issues
i ' acll sol urate community should
niot beh disc' ssed at these frequent!
contfellrenes ,o much a:;, thell plans of
albloy Ias a c:ly -- iS ,! 1lll .
inder this system, we calnnot get
what aw', . eek, save in drops and!
cdrib)iet. One communitiy wins
hat dily l :,'' comnpletely while ten
oth!eir tI..ltie are iafraid to showt
tlhci,' I ...ls. One locatl uiiion irote'cts
l few. tlhoisands oIf worlkers who are
w(I IP 1. ; If teri mally hard fought
I,.hi!tui ., lwhile othe'r lorgalizc d coiii
Inlnili are defeated or at bet only
O;ltc'ci' I l ci . cart.
Iccuise oti this conllditioll, wev
shtodiI templorarily btury our pelty
gr11c,. le:s. forget our local condi
!ioni.s, ctd rush undll er oni bannll r.
Onice w.c are soi organized and so 1'rep
rcells imcr, and once the big questionll
,1r., made realities, then little 1nal'
t, ,, will be adjusted utterly. 'We
,ipoa(: ;ie locdltine that "in unilt
'I: ;r : ' strength." Andit yet, we but
'all - 'vacil ours!l' lves o(f this power.
.\r,,1I t to yotur mneetings tilhe best
thiolk. , ,the i.illing workers, rathel!
than thie bet talkers. Give your owni
sel'vices free, rather than accelpt
Ic. lonev for them. Do not 1be carrieC
off your ,fecet by oratory, but by loge.
imnal rccsonling. Attend all mneetings
and keep after delinlllellnts, not by I
'rai ;i:l ori' importuniate methods, bud
by imparting to them the big idea.
\V;n heir deepest interest and show
tcm what tihe future holds in store
!' us a!! - right in the local meotc
Let us organize thoroughly, but
ill such a way as to disorganize tli'h
olplosing celemnllt. IRemove ourselves
frum easy acot ':s on their part. Ily
tihis ilea,'ns, they woulldl shortly lce
plretty well disorganized, ;1id woulld
find it most difficult to contlirol our
and yet we wouldl be better ailoe to
ilnite or efforts and to ndlle1rstalld' I\
he various sitiluatins exist ing in all
Irupr -sented com n' lll itieS. i
Finall., let us hiLave a coIm)preho!ll
sive, standardized code; an1(d Ib its
Itmeans 1ll these matters-we are hnos V'
di:, useing. sonie with fear an1d tIren-] C
blin, sonme with confid,.nce and faith, I
Ilay bIe 1tplaced before every workler
iii the naltion at his respect(ive local,
ini the secrecy of ullli(lll mleetinllgs.
SI''I,il1ISION IN TIlI S'('Hit ldS.
Edlitolr Itull inll:
()n. of tIti greatest (ai.'1-s o(f dis
(1O : .itl is the fact thati the really
it' 1 1rta li person ill any lschool sy.s
te1.1 is lthe teacher. When Tomi .1
?I Ma'y t;Ii lot gett a slibjecl, it is tlie
t·:ul'helr who must spend extra tilltI1
ai:d strlengtlh in 1an e(ffort II get it.
throtl tth heir heads. Sul, 1riors a111(1
1ri: i,,.!s do linot takel it upon the1nl
selves to splend their extra vitality
U1)ll heI children twhoi need it muost
---(ut ill our systeml whe11n a t1,:cler
g 's lrise of o f$50 or $111u, lthse
ithiler individuals will get a ralise of
$2100. .lmnoist uny teacher in our
sc1'hooil x.stem is requireld to he 11more
: u=tile ti an thl'e s I "perv!;,'; , as
..he U|tm to oversee so mllaly 1hvillh~gs
and shli, )11sl tou h each(' ilndividhla
lPupil iin so1ue via;:l tw yI if !,It. is to
.' a s cc('5ss.
10 , t of It adults 1ho8 halv g(ine
,hro/•gh school tut our edu1ltion
111.1 inspl ' tioll lil i 1o 11'0( consl l i
tions, plt(11: 1ng t';,cher who salw to
it t!..I: \.a did n1 ti l,inlt lh(1 suKl 1 ct l e,
illst (:lI o 1f ri c 111, l iipal or s11l0'
vioFr wion l;illi.O to Us aS a IlluS,
adn knal'V nou'Bing of us inldividually.i
1 hllny ltr ' ,e krs in theI lIltte schol' 10
ys knw .hir bu lor educatesd than 111rla
I principals, ll supervisors. They iut
;ii get tile hhourst \ worIf; they ls ere
t iir co(llIlllu il i ll Of folldaside ofl
'h .t' hioii', and yet h t'sy get ha!f
- the igy ouf Ihe otlhr' inldividual. .
\\'c 1ve erpect 1h11 tcIto iru' tlo elh1e
hi•. has it, they Wou t have th1 right
kinds Io futurl s If tegiles to l 1)1 lli lo
1 hrn fdto efficientl for the ild rii.
the., a)e doing. We have chte ildren in1
t10 13tio .1'schools. \V' ar' not ie spe
eialy InIit'terew's' d in their pl~rincipi lsa
Sor their spof or-svisiors. Most any cor
1 dinary kind cases ill do-t is jbut we are
Slitally interested in their te a( trs.
Se want tic enough to suit the t rdie-r
k nowry their business so that art dy
ll t get the right sort of ideals andot
Show ill acquire a lot of fldTeahers al
Sknwledge by lthrea wysidened wits the
teloss acher who mujobs really see tha dis
Scuss any things hour by hor anold da by
:idy. We expect the te-cher to 1no)1w
1 her individiually with both her f1 ults
and possibilities. If the teacher is no
-l good, it will mean a serious loss to
r ther, and to all teverybodye other childreat tey
- gWe have hay yeard any teachers orli
- plairy of over-supervision. Of cosyse,
- in some cases it is just and in 1Fonme
t unjust, but we do maintain that the
d schools, are not run in a way that is
r democratic enough to suit the ordi
k nary teacher. She is expected to do
e the work with very little to say about
f how it is to be done. Teachers are
s nearly always threatened with the
e loss of their jobs if they want to dis
r cuss any reforrals in the schooll sys
r tem. And everybody knows that they
1- get less pay yearly than the ordina
t- ry day laborer. In our systejm, a
JAPANESE FENCING COSTUME
Costumes used by the Japanes
force as they would inl actual emhat.
The photograph was taken in Siberia,
teachser chance of promotion rests
on one moan, if 11( allow her to go
Cshngoes-an sed if the he lltayl('
i'down whether sI(c he wh t solli tI rt ou
luan'itd no explanaOll tillon given.
often is 't even allothe wed to get a llIh
fpore insi thev nitol ill l to lim ctatiIt.
All the loicgrlph ws tls political pSilri
ith sht goes--anti if not :nd :ktend
qu ill ed withlr siltcores of'l t lch (r, ilt.
0 felin is.ll'l (V(ell alk~well ill goit ;1 :;It
All tile t(a:l.lers syIV it'1: 1oliti·atl ttit!
0]Ii1's l)tt cl. e'n 11l' Ill' l'tstli:-llo I :yt1
we have hlearld mlan, com0pl.1ilis
about thte aulltocracy of the ::ysin,'.
It' too 1111(11h of ()one llli an ys'temll
in a demltocratic' communllllity antid
conseq!uently thousanliids of our it:-ot
teacher:; are using their ta[l-nts in
ot her lines where less; ne?'rvois 'x
pendittUre is relqir'ed, and whole ad
V5an1i(tl l.t C :ln .t 115 Ite 11m ' SOIaIv I SS'
tcm to it. AI. I. C.
Butto, Mont., flay S.
\'1 !(' IN 1)1E:I1D?
1i1ar Editor: .A poem of anitny-il
I l:; .lllorSlil) 'l ' 11(' itle'.
"W hoII, Indeed," iIta:i bet n .e::tcnitto
cir'culatd in t lhihlO ( ilphi. I hl
bO nhl read ail t clb [dinn all l;t i!l
printed form't and pass,,d aro;uI d.
W\ho wate dI' tl and \V iled lotIt .:;c g
And vacillled tlio i:d fro
:;!!d made a moss in Mvexico?
'Twas \Voodrov, !
when Germany provoked n wa\t'
Of frightfulness iunlnownl b"ftore.
Who wrote eIi:,tleh by the score''?
\viio watched the ilVo.c Gera111aiSI I
.iAnd wvhe our ;lid ,oor li.lgiulm
\ iho preai citei nel it't ; illlli· tho llgh
VWho saw "Frenclh (citi, v. errun
And desecratedt by tihe !Inn
And stid ihat nothinlg Ihould he
\\hen btnhiiets were iino;i- lired ait seal
Who said how rude thos" ( i crimains be
!Amother nlot(, is djue from t ii .'
SWhen we 'were asked to aid uthe
iOf Allie, t ltruggling for tthe right
\iWho said "Ve are teoo lprod6 to
VWho ca(itlud balllot by the scorie
And held thie iha air he'd held hirre,
l t'calse lhe kept us ol t of wari l
Ilut when at last the Country chooet
To raise ill armsu against our foes -
\ tho quickly struck a imartial pose?
IAtnd when tote ttak was scarce biegun
(tf vanltili:hing the frightful hun
\ iho . talked otf quitt ing eo 'twas
Ton us\ .oiil'owi
\\ h'ell o'ed was great of genierals
Who did thi: m,,unest thing he could
\ uAnd silitd ' til Gi d eneral L.eolnar
i it puoo i
yhen fig-hting u men lit itdouble tutitk
\ '.re miaking Hitndenburg feel sick
Who ithouht his: letters did the
'I Who ill ta pre-'eletion note
I T'ild ill tthe people how to vote
Xii thterby t madet himself the goat?
\t. C'it en i-Thi ,rry, who fought
\Who chai ed t t huns at St. Alihtiel?
itAnd el the ,tloeise, who gave thiem
Not iWoodrow '
I Thein ltho shouldtth go with couir'agei'
e '1'o sit in iconilitt: e at Versailles
s And stick his finger in the pie
hBut \ooedtroiw !
it And who tte v ictory flush should
e And who adorn the official reel?
And who be written up by Creel--
- Since emperors froin their thrones
a are hurled
.i" whom should :lilnrs be
.v: a i;.crat of all the we;:
.\ i lie Soon methinl.-, ot,'II see
'll " tral sight il g . t' ,.
\.!1,: ,'on's great vis-a
'1't2rl stands lie---swrli : -urnled to
i t r lies the Kaiser IIu - it .th,
\ltl Itisd legend undo:
' did it!"
t'orl can be no lin;t 1-renter
it:S o1 : t. to the Amn rir: i: 0 ;lie thal '
lil >tl(ucation of their l n!l(' , and
many of your reader: . g 'ato'ful
for your kindness in 1. ,p(: inl
yo I]ur columns for a f , dici::Ctsion
e:f this vital subject.
IA,.w"rding to the ,'it of the
ho(rd of education ltil : . we em
ploy one city sulper1,;' Mtl, oine
1asistant superintendenl,. -,ihtt super
visors, 20 principals, I higt school
illSlliCtoris and 237 l '.i:,. ntry ill
(tlrlctorsl, making a to., i :o 314.
W ith (only 7,521 sil :'is .11d :13 !
i::1r" ucitors there are . ihal '3
h lidr!i l to each, n.lt ,il: ing theo
S'ltlperinltCndeiilts, superi : ils. rl' )prin
cills,l as teachers, at ;',L \Ve would
i10 si)rprised to learn ti:, I toil of sal
:il's pa:id to these 3it ; i;,linistrator,
Iof our school force as 'nlltlial'rdll with
tllh total paid the t.o:,, : r;' s. lwho dii
ithe actuial w\ork.
The qn)estiOl now in, wh\ shlould
we ciip'loy a secondl ,i:sistiint city
m;perint,' ndel lt in a ..lmol district
ltlr'adv suppl ied with iit :lly Eupcr
vi;ot's to 7,521 stll le:ill,.
I';reints lmust Waik lip to tile fact
thel;; if they w ish their 1 bildlr'1n0 to blu t
taughill frills a lonl!,'r scholol day mustH
Io prlovid dt. Anlly (IlutnliO' forll' ti bet-)
I(:eltll nt of lthe chllildr]t l ]hould no! .e
from the parents.- Th.. superintend
(lto t and itachers artI opll) ,oyed pri
wn rm' to instruct (till." childreln. Our
schools are not establisheod to pirovide
ptl,io ioils ioit oitiler Silu,'illtan(S tt-let
or teaclher. Ibut to provide ti eldca
;ion for ourl chilidrnc . s)o any change:;
( :il((! ullllst coi Cme fro i t h1 parents
an i h`lieve thlle cit'y superintendent
(\(,u!dl e'vlcomte 'lpul lsuggresltilons
from pt!YOllS. 11 is lios1 t !ltO(ltllnOl
(tl)i s) 1many paffl.' -'aellers iUss)(iO -
Lionr; of tine differotnt schools have
('I':l:l'd to function 11wh Itst two years,
I i'ii ;'il . ri'Oi felt 1tlll w tSe a place
Iil'y Iu'ld exchange, views fo.it olt
h ýit.rl'in! t of bo 'th teacher anidi chil
idIVe . W hl y (are the 'y discontinuel d?
I : il:'Olrey h; opehat at the graduater.
f od' atl ionall itlsiltutions )of" ,oll
tariI will be. given preference av.
t."lt,'hs. Two years ago we had only
14: gl':(ld!l t:"; of the state normall , and
oI, graduate of lltheo I University of
S'ln."l-ln in ! c'orplsg of :".15.
'The tuperiniltende: of city schools
P:f iorhtland. (Or1.. receives $5.0 10 :I
y:' ;n 1 has only two assistlants,, with
:15.30 cildren in i[htily attendance
it ('lc llen tnlry, high ,:nd polytechlnc
,; ,()!ol.;. trnd 767 average atlten ance
;n111,i l1 scihOoIs.
Yours, for good :drool( ,
"i W.AN\Ti, Y10 . Eli';.11."
l.di ,r l ulletin:
1'1( "" thi,; heu', in '. ,'ranl , ;n .
i ; t, ' e:reonl' of lilt, Interior v "it,;
ml 1i(;1 ls s} ga l Zi,'! fOr' flay. alld
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lovers of liberty and a square deal.must
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it-I(' Cotn( ni)' 111 1' II 1' i;no
taught. about Russia hI hcrc lil II ,:ows
'!"an('- h Ic' ;end girl:, Or .it ` lhiu
I:dsa llhudcs of I~i i:L
(What it I1 w12re( totl .:lto
(- get~ y ('o'1 1' 11' 11 111'add II i - It tha
(';t15 tsef )o' l;,dng e~1 1222(211(2f
ervised and regulatqd and can not be
"I v, ant you to help ud in the mak
ing ofe greater America by the matk
ing of greater and more helpful and
iolre t:ce"('Ssful American-i."
Thlis paper was presented at the
departmenl' t of stiperindlentence U tie -
Natio al tducational ass;oei:tion at -
Chieago, during February. 1 i1 !9, and
i will. no doilbt, C::p.le the opinion
Sn',-:t tlhinking te:tche r on the
A i i i'iluls ll featul'e of .i]e cOilVeni -
tioil was th1 e Ilep'eseO ntait: n of i'rtide
teaihlers o(n the dcartlllnr of rClipcr- i
intenldnce progl'aat by womanll.
I'hi woman was MisX s Ali Hill,
presD!let of th~League oft .. of achrs'
aa.ssciationrls i oenver, Colo. Her nl ull
Ijct was "l)efo of SU upevision land
'Oulitruelti', Sj.g..;geto ils Thereol.'
dMis Hill is an abIle and m:lnetic
spI aker and hIot. thie atttoiitiol of h,, r
aull ience. Her i con 'truiti '. su;Vie:s
ions ntl y be ;iu il.arized a; follows:
"Abolition of supervisors in ele
mlentary schools, folloxwiig plan ofi
.Oliii higi t.chool. and n l y junior
"Gi:' studines formerly upervisdc(
to telehtr- e 'i n td llty so' .-cet; ul in
"Lt one teacher hu vc two of th(1'1
Subct:; ii, o010(, building or one sub
.jet iin oo r motre buildings, ,Mt a,
lmanual training is now taught.
"Allow (regular tocher to leve
the oom111 while ¾ special teacher takes
charge of the clasiis.
"If tinse suggestions are thoughi
too radical, then limit duties of su
orviso i to givilng assijtat ce to
teachi'i and nitiiying the work of the
sys il .
"Allow princi;pals to be judg o 1
"(Chloose p:'iminlpall for exliOi encc
and trainlling, rather thanl for a de
l( C. Ask ftititipals to s.ite one
"a t ]ti-Iton iprobati(on."
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tlteiy, atfl(ording to lato est etoimates
it is4 tl.llIninllt'od by G]enle al' ll , tchil(1.
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