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('Aaa. C(.eAna. in "The Strike Iulletin."
Ilere we arre in a worhl ,of warring factions, con- "
frcantelt with tile. sae' Iproblel that has alwayI per- al
plhj'x'ed thI e wor\'kigllu 'lass -ilte piroblet cit'l of tSllrilg ot
sffit'ie.nt fil to siustaii Its..
This .irolerhhI will remain uins'lved just as long as T
there is an arlay o, f Iuanemplloyed crying for fl'uId, andI Ii
Jas Ilong as poVery v want, lientithlinin con'tinue il a Vi-Si- ti
hl,, ils! tltlins fe' society Tlhe historiain, Rogers,
s.Is that the attemp ts h'ing mnade hy.orgunliziel labor a
to, e,.ly to estab:llish the li gh' t-lhoullr laYy aNild prt'lire' rl
incri-'seil wavges iare loet new. hell are sitiply efforts T alt
Ito re'-e.stablish co.,lilitills which the woirke'lrs enlljyte at
'i'llitcrieis a:go. Ilul'ilg ta I c'lising ye'rsi of I he lif
tIrnth cnt'uiiiryV the' .ight-houllr dlay wn 1standlla(rd
thr'gho't l'Europe. It was cliri ng this ris.l of hi.i- ir
ftr'v that EngI' Ihnl I1ee'are k enow'n als " Mlrrie IE- la,
zlIanIl" ie',Ull.,s ,f l,t Ie Ii igh wiages pajild and the ex- tI
i.llle't onliti.ions W'irkers l I 'i'lsertii lhr'ugh tlheir e1
~,rtzaniizl eI'frT 'ts s1.
()ur I'altherns of the' (;I's fo u ight hlard foI'r ithI estab- tI
ihtoli.h t lf the eight hiur iday. in this countrytn'. On oe
eve\'ry bati' iof theI' lhistrvy ,f thei workinlg 'las there to
are rne, orde',l It,' ft'reqiuellt attel llll)tsl tade to solve 'e
thle proble' m i f' food a'sll sheltehr tfor Ilit miullittdes. i
Itlet. right n,,w iln the y.ear of 1914. in spite' of a suiper- li
alnilllanc'i' Of ll Il'''sWitiN s, this ftodI prIoilef' hal in
tI'e'fle lore rlitte' i t llaI' e'ver IN','fTo. M1guil ide I h
.'iNrily Ia.I i'olventlouulla liehllipts to iiicigilrati' re.
tfoe 'Iihave Mlill ,iI 'a vast .,joble'ss arMiy. a i'lalnirillug i
herd ,'ryinviig for,' hread, a 'ivliix.tion disea.sed' at its
I' .lndati . It.
\'We of tii' ework:i ,'las.s are' but the chiilren of sil
,ie.feate'it I hattlers :u1hn :ls with lthe defeatedtl army ioni tol
thei attlifie'lds. ouir mnl" sa'.lvatiton is in reorgitai;:- fl
tilell aI reorga ii:tillton that will re'stiore to us thie IS' gt e
of the lr.ehl,'u.- o.f thei earth ii dt givie us 1adittaci e It
tI, her valIts. After all. this problem ol f the weorki rli Ii
.i'.che.s is ierel V ca inestioi of 'conomlllies. The solutionll
w ill e'ole rewhene t'he workers get togethetr ili suci'h hin - le
Iernm 'that lt % .y will constitute a I l()'\V -ani insli
tlilituton of might auel a rei''ognize',i l''ore'. Wheli that i
is ar'e'atlllishedl tlhey will ihe able tol hake' their free.'
eilii IBY FI'()l('E: in anei,.rdanllc'e with thle nairal law
f the su Vival of the' liltest. So Ilag, iholwever, as
lit,' wotrke'rs will not organize as i c.'la.ss aInd lt he ne tn
aI r'.'eoglliz'el fotrce, they miiiust remaiin in slave'ry. h'- i II
ca'ili4s' they' thus fail to tlemonstriat.te their ABIIIITY'
'Tr K'IULE at n ltheir determiniuatiin to partake of the
full eprecielcit of their labor. ('
It' lithe wo.rkers wanit anythinag that Ithey have lnot,
the''y 1st (O AN1l) 'I'AKE' IT. It's simply at att- ('
te'r of goCilng ilal hlelpinKg yeourself. In addlressinlg hi it
r'agg.t aalnd funisahed ar.my it Italy, Napohleon said:
"SlAlie.rs. lndalnlllce'' courts y(oul ill the fertile plains
below'l (the' plaiias ,f' Ital.H ). Are yoven able to take
it '" E'Ivents prvneil lhat Naplleian's iarmy was c'aplIa
lhle', uld the' spoils of Italy were dividedl etqually amoing
lihe' s.liers. Iow'ver, NalIHt' ,ll i his anll iirllmy '
slitu ( et i a "()RK --ian orgeanize'l fiorce ---a ln'wer'
which esthablishled right with tlh Ibauttel'ring raIn oi f ti
M I 11'I'.
I,KT N.A\I'( IIEONS'S IIDEAL BlE TIIAT OF TIHE It
This i-rohleel olf to-dai must .e" solved by nthe werk- 11
er"s. er they weill iperish. and, inilee,I. I'ERSill 'IIEY F
51101 I ' l), if thiy r'efuse to take a .stiep towardtl fr'ee'- I
,elta. \Vi ' t111tl I it' if I s.'ak not ihe trutllh.
(Iir;ANIZI'EI) F'(Ilt('E IS A MOTIVE I'OWER- -
A 1)EMtINST\'i'I (Il \ 111F' A( 'TI1ON. Irge,, annier s I'
"eail ta\'Vie's cte it a f'erce' IN A(TI'il)N. The peolitieell
iitry t whi.h i e'eetaile''i'r l at thlee' last Iicatieitn l i'lee'tiii c
is a Iicr1'c IN A('I(I)N. All tlie' weerkeir's eerganeized
Ill iilli' e pll nll'lt eel' liZdil il. t With eitll' Itprl'|iicse' ill Ic
vii'w, woelih let IeliiIi e..,' ci fe erne'' IN A( rl'ION. T'lhus,
it will ,e' see,,n tlhaet I e,' weerkicrs haivi' tfhre'i' weapons
I,, rigeike' else' eelf iii the' ,',e eflill.g i'e el'tt'h lel . ()tne is tilc'
ne'cipoee ,,f eel' r e llh' t rat phlse.ii;l d e'ea't i 'al ae '- I
lien. ,f \~ t r. 'Fhle ',.se'.n' I is po 'l.lt tiiia ilhe lialhet. "
.\teil the' Ihliit'el i. e'"°ielleelliie' cot iota thil' Gi+ENEiIAI,
hut Ihre is iern' flth weet'ke'.s ace' e'cinfl'a.used atie
lloslii! timee. ;iii the, delhhly is r'e'l e'rintgI lhe' sitliatin 1
ii,,r, ,on'i leslleh'\. 'rht re is. cli' wa ialtlig i. u " l i ~~ , vh t Ii
\\e';Ieill. \\ t;it line' if ,'eti,ec. sh;ll l e Ijl'sille'l I ill the Ic
ltin l c'nfli,' c .i't ;iiasiieg eeel@l i seI' v' lay. It' yiei d'te I'
islhe-el. ieele. whee Iii.' ~,e'iner'il strike etrad thi' halhlit .
t,,,\ hlave' feheel Il plreel,, he' nt.t'ece'ssarv e ee'rdril
re'..elts. T.\'K' E I "ATIl ElIS' \VEAl't INS ) i (I)M TilE E
1I1L1 .ii " ilc a;eill fl,' there'ts ;t acivy prie''.
h\\'he;1e'. ,' r hle xe\,,;leee1 IIels'ie . it re'lli;lills siln ly l l I
mlial r e ' e th' I ekie | leaf .eeel wcelit. If 11le' werke'rs w ill I
hIno linei, ui r iee ' eltia fer lthis lplrl.is'. it is| j st 1
as 1 ellI thleaf y t hloue realllI e',fleif lhere' thley ar ci' lew
loee lhe' IIEIL A WI\INe lIE II). Sihvery w\ill
,.eiiefileu' e11etil theeese' lhiel ill .cejetivitvy are' bllhc tel
IHRIE.\A 'T'El'IR II\\'N I'I.\IN:S. If h,.ese' ,.haanl
'.il h.e er',ke'n iy l ,oil ce'tl iatie eer the ge'ne'rel
sftr ke'. e',ry ,'elI. huet lre eken a y Ien .st lee. hl|eglh
'eae h ' tee fe tee |, l WAR te ,Ie it. It's (EIT T'RIIE II.
I ,..:v IlT TIIEIIE i any eist.
.\NI) Till. IS 1 IT-l)A.Y'S IiRII.II+M.
Wh,'thler ,eie hleli,'ves a man ,alnce' frinl a mflnkey
eer the' eeeite'Vy free ec eliailL dc Ie aids larg. llieli the'
iamprne'ssiens tieeld' ,e el Iheir lrainecites whiie'01n yoccg ler in
lh' "n'ilry " 'stage. l
I've jult finished reading the latest edition of The
Voice, which arrived a few moments aince, per F'. W. si
".Jim" Rohn-Congrats! old top, "es my buenal" A
also "muctco lib'nal" I fell inspired to drop a line H
,r no of informnation from this portion of the "Golden
( ;') State'." No .need info,,ning you or readers of de
The Voic.e that "nmasters'" and "jobsl" are both in na
the rtra :via c.lass here at present; that is to say, of
there are probably as many "maners" as ever, hut (w
"jots" are few and far between. You have, I dare ut
ay,v. recei.tved notic'e ere. now that there is a strike ma
,on at tle tunnel under construction by the 8. P. Ry.
at ('olfa'x. on the way to Renlo, between Sacramento ol
and Reno. m
There is .supposed to aIn eight-hour law in this m
State which isays that "no person shall be employed
moiere' thanl eight. hours in any kind of iunderground bil
lh,t1lr." Biut in California the Southern Pacific is te
Ilhe law, alnd the interpreter thiereof. ergo, the slaves bi
employedl by the Soulltlhern Plcaeifii* worked 10 hour m
shifts until the' Wolbblies" on the job (35 or 40 of
them) "rihl'.I upi'" the strike' ialli e'uiseld the walk- K
eat. "'Thel State Serethry a of elwaner,"'' in his report pu
turluned he'alth inllsp'ehtor as weill, alnd he' states that C
cllondiitions in thl' eanp are simnply terrible; bhunl in
in cistiianit use by the alternate day and night shifts
hinks swarmlillng with vermcin ancl reeking with vile h,
cele(res frlomec wet anlld(l de'aying eIlething. and unwashed th
hoelites of the' men." de
"I eldo noit lilaliie' anyv iilan fo'r refuising to work
iundler sniii clnlitilnst. II
1 aiii lleoting here frlomi an artie'le in the 8. F
lulle'tin lof the :trd inist. The Secretary of Labor tr
says he will take steps to arrest any macn who volun- tl
tarily weorks mlore than anI eight-hllour hday on the Col- f,
fax job. aiid also the fremen on the joh" But the ti
gentlemllan, lciethinks, ihas "recekonlited without his ai
hoIst'" inlasllmnnlh as "l'ic'k I laiindle Johnlson" would at
ulh.citatlingly order cilt thlie "ilitia," the Y. M. he
V'. A. thlugs. pimpils, wicne-hriims, preac'hers (of the p'
(lown anrl eatl ,sort ) Starlvat lion Armny stiffs, and other c.
"geldI eitizetns," to elub the.se' slave's of the 8. P. al
iltto their grave's in the e'veniit lof a demon lestlration of al
Ily the way, .llJohn,ls aIInd stclle other Pregressive f,
proeistitilte's are' liuei to speech''lify at the Stes'kton Audi- r,
teriumni te-night April i4h, iaid somie of us will prob- p
abily ttiil -- 'twill ia, eldoublt l,' a iImost "instructive"
( ?) mieeting! e
it eonclulsio,ll. del'sire teo state' that we, the Pacific j
('(ast Woblhlies,. have agri'ed luilpon the nicek-name t
"PIickk-Ilandle ,Johnseonl" fo(r our c'hief exec'utive of y
California. "' Ii am t approplrirate lname-pass ,i
it onl !P
Youirs for the O. II. I . ti
ROBERl T L. HARRIIS. m
ATROCIOUS MURDER IN DE RIDDER. e.l
iOn tlhe 28th nighilit lof last Mar'ch, a youth of 18 IM
years ilnamedll (C'rowell. who use'l to be a mem'uber of e t
the It. ofl' T1'. W. was inlirderedi by the night icmarshal !
eof i)eiidder. a g nlllllllil ililllaied Stiirgis, who, I aume
tcil hadil already killed thre'e men e
St crgis attemi'eted to arre.t Fellow-worker Jessie
Ihilrrow olf llAse'lei', la.. folr cre'ating ia disturbanc'e.
Fie'llw-worker Ilirrleow is veryv .stillt and wrenchedl i
free' from this uiirderer. ail tlhed. Sturgis pulled
his trusty six lshllooter anilld iredI aI v(illey at yeIoung
('rowel. unistaking heie ftor Felllow-worker Blurreow.
'rewel aiiel kille ll , instatitly acid HStuirges is "Unider
irrest." The eere~liier sciincieiie'il, ai f tew fellow m ilttsl
a ei n i tili ite ai 'l le'l l ;itn ie' r ,a irls r,, hlit tlhe'y it is ahi,
we ' , ;ell ee secs'l tlit tice 'eee'e''licigs we're i (aldliici
t'r'i'e''. T'lle' uhliee thewni liiugleie'e eeve'r their aeti'es acil
i'ale'd it "'i Kaiigareeeeicig a dead mieiiii.1'
'l'his ge11enma ce's eecnly e hfel''se' is that lie mnurelhreel
Ihle "wreecg'" workiuig stil'. It wuileh have' eien O. K. a
I elaii're say,. hallie hc lliimrehle'el Fe'llow-weerker liurriew,
hlue is a halurt weerkiig maeii. with a wife aind three
ehihihlerlei te siil rt. a,
I leave'l lee'cti lihert' le er eiglt wee'k. l hve ie gottet'li
re't tlv wise te inceel e' h. tl itiicciis. ilre'ssl'y, the Mayor I
w li, ale p ; Iiir l thiis l ithi ma -killeir, is a See.ialist (1) at ii
least thut'.s what I aie iiil'erieei, and he has a big i
lelle ewincg (peel itil iiiutlis), ih' is Mayeer, ihoe Store
I 'iPeerie'to , ee e'liiS .cnsidirlliIe' lre rle'rti' " alced recits
hle lises. (If 'curse'. he i.s "''l e ss ecesl'ie ls ( ). ' o te
is ii. A. Leeiog. ,lehc lle'ciry Kirby, et ills
The fair e'dirt re~s f eel' lI)e'ie.lehr " Ente'rprise"
te hl a vehterinairy ele.etr hie're' tihat she never printed
aivthliinig that weeiiel hurt "' iur tcwcil", whe'i he re'
,liuesteeI her tee print thlie fat t hat a fe'w heerses in
I)ellhhlr hliae , th lilaiiers. a Ailniige'relsl acnl highly a
e'eecitagieeusel disease. Ie'aeld he'r milk aiel water ac'eiont
elilc celi ( !'rewey'I ' cclireiicr l'icil any cll will lagree with
!il, 1tartini has ei'eeli' to Stirmgis' aid with the
st ltaleci e ie lie' l iie i a wairacet for V'liilng Crowel
te er lie hl'ciueii s cr'i'cce oi f qel' iiltt g hi wife. e
S eef ee'lcrse Stcirctis was ,jucstit'ed inc uiirde'ring
'hleiase' areci.se' tle'u, liille' tee tlhiu e'enwarel v muiircle'r
aciel eliry d'ftv ,e let se hiitleeeels.
The e'le'thiein elf ce''rtain lii liti''ians elependete e n their s
,1 n hffle preilic s or rile .s.
MERRYVILLIANS TU .
Ever since the first of the year condi ' here in
side the walls of this private prison, aswn the
Amrican Lumber Company dominated the Ex
Hog Razor, have been growing worse.
Everything is done the peonised emp es that is
done conviets unless it is to whip them, we are
not assured that this is not done. They ve a paeek
of company owned bloodhounds to chase uheir slaves
(with when they feel like it, or to use to prove that
union men have thrown dynamite in the p lpen when
somte scabbing sucker of a gunman thug id it.
This said company .hasn't only cut w ges a time
or two, but has cut its working force well. one
man oft times doing the work where th were for.
Not only are the men slowly murdered on the job
but as you might term it, robbed off the job paying
ten or twelve dollars a month house rent and doctor
bill and medicine. No one hardly kno a just how
much they are held up for to give King Ni e.
It seems like by the amount of brown tablets that
King Nite gives these slaves or at less what they
pay for, that King Nite and the Ameri an Lumber
Company wants to turn their victinm over to St. Peter
in good shape, entirely rid of hookworma
They will also leave it up to St. Pete to furnish
their victims with beef steak, if they t any, for
they will certainly not get any steak while being mur
dered by these English "noblemen."
With such conditions andl many more han I have
nmletioned before itus, the Ex-Ilog Ran or tells the
"(thad Citizen's League" that if only t ey turn the
town as well as the sawmills over to hi he will, as
they have never done, make a town out df it yet, fit
for decent persons to live in. lie also ol 1 them some
time hack what a terrible thing the I. . W. was,
and if they would only help him bre the strike
and run these "lawless anarchists" out o Merryville.
he would guarantee them more businesa and pros
lprity than they had evr known, and he as certainly
complied with his pJromise, too---with a cut in force
and, wages. So you see he is building up he town fast.
Oh! You bhlock heads of the Wilbol type-vote
for and elect Ilizonier now imaginary Myor of Mer
ryville, and get some more of the E,-IIog Razor
proIsperity! But then the Ex-Ilog Raru, does not
pronmtim you anything out of llizzonnerl only if you
don't elect him that he will shut the mills down.
Oh. you Henry [)ubhs, tremble in yoor boots, for
the wrath of the Ex-lIog Razor is aboutl to fall upon
you and there will be wailing and gnas ing of teeth
amongst you! Oh, you seissorbills th fought the
producers of wealth during the striked. you are get
ting your reward .UaUr! If your brains were dyna
mite' and were to explode the force from the explosion
'woullln't be great enough to blow yours noses. Now
ele.ct whom you please as Mayor for thil Nite ownel
burg as it matters not with tus slaves who he is, (bitt
Iw c.are(ful ,you don't make mnme of yolir same mis
ilkes over again) for we intend to organize Mcrry
rillt orn rya!gin.
Fellow-workers, let 's get busy and btxist The Voice
iland make ia lot more cold chills run up their ought-to
spinal columns !
Fellow-workers at otlher plaes's, please give Im a
lift ulnd furnish is a few Imore olrganizers and we
Iwill pull 21K out of the mire a little quiicker.
Yours for Inmnie(liate and l)irect Action.
"Chivalrous" Southerners Lynch Woman.
Muskogee. Okhi.. March 31.-Marie Scott, a neg'ro
woniili,. who, Sinlday night, killed Lemnuel i'eace, a
y'uig white man, by driving a knife iiinto his heart.
was taken fromin the Wagoner county jaij early to-day
and hanged to a t.lephone Iple by a mansked moeb.
Iwho ov,'rJowere'rd the jailhr, a ollne-arnned malli.
A knock at the jail lhur arousedl the sleelpilng jailer.
alone in his office. A voice oullitlte saidl an ofic'e!r
wasil there with Iprisleiicrs. The jailer owned the d(145r
iin,( faced 12 nrevolvers. lie was lluntld quickly. land
his keys were taken fromnl hin. lie' then was thrown
in the cllornler.
The lmob plulltel thie screaling wAlomnlan from her
('Ill, tied &i rnii ,' absclit her lieck and dragged her to a
teleplhonle ludhe a blHsk fromi the jail. An hour later
tlhel sheriff cult (downI the dead eIsly.
('OMMENT: (Considering thte fact that this
womanl had weeml lirrestedl biy a "White Suplreinae'y"
Sheriff, was in ceharge of a "White, Supremacy"
Jailor. wouild have isenl' "tried" by a "White Suprm
al," .l-iry, before a "White Supirenmac'y" .1IdiI' anld
le'mn plroltet'lled by a1 "White Supremny'" li)istrict
Attomrney.. Resolved that the above Jpress dispatc'h
fullJ ~imli.Hcates the "'superiority" of the "A'nglo
SHaxon Race''' anIId proves the stainless "chivalry" of
the pure, undefiletd iilnl unterrified "'nI)emc· rac.y (?)
of thet South."
ANONYMOUS WRITERS, NOTICE.
The Voic'e publishes nothing from persons who re
fuslle tl sign their articles. If you do not wish y'oulr
name to appear in paper say so. built lon't fail to
sign ylour real name uidrr yvour nom de' plume'i if
ylII wish any attention paid to your writings.
Fellow-workers.-Not being satied with the losa
tyrants' aetions in suppeemng the L W W. hes the
Federal Coorts now thieb it time to take a hid in
be matter and attempt to put our Spani paper
"El Obrero Industrial," published by the Tebsee
Workeur Union No. 10, out of the ield.
One week last Priday the Country deteetie rode
around to the diferent feetorim and informed the
executive eommiltee of the paper, Fellow-mehrb
Gar'ia, Ramires, Rodrigues and Oliveros that they
were wanted at Pederal Judge Crane's oSee for
fifteen minutes, but upon their arrival they were in.
formed that they had been indieted by the Grand Jury
for violating one of the almighty laws. That they
were to be sent to the Couitg Jail to await $1000
bond each, without chanee to notify even their wives
The boys on the outside were at a loss e to what
happened to them. Considering that times are hard
that the members on top of that are suffering from
the blacklist, we have been in terrible straits ever
since Christmas. I. myself being the only English
speaking member of the hocal, and not being able
to to go to 'the Local only on Sundays, consequently
we did not get a chance to see them until Monday.
When I popped the question of bail, these boys
showed the true spirit and at first refused bail. But
on second thought considering that one of their
wives is about to give birth to a child and another
in a very nervous condition, they finally made up
their minds to come out. Bail was obtained with the
aid of a Socialist by the name of Dan Robinson.
The trial does not come up until next February,
and it is up to us to get ready for our dose of medicine.
Tampa and vicinity is a very peculiar district as
far as labor organization is concerned. About ten
years ago we had a very strong organization here
called the Resistentia. which was absolutely a local
The effect In the average mind seems to inspire
them to fight! their own battles without depending
very much on the outside aid. Though the capitalists
get aid from !everywhere they can, but nevertheless
the product of such a method seems to prove up the
best grade of working clam solidatity I ever saw.
Two marn protest meetings this last week with
thousands to cheer the speakers. When the declara
tion for a general strike of this district was men
tiond hats flew in the air with a manifestation of
do or die spirit.
Every workingman you meet here, be he an I. W.
W., A. F. of L., Socialist Anarchist, or what not, says
he will die before these boys serve one minute in jail.
Work of organizing a defense league has already
been started and from these the defense will be
hnrlled. But that is not all we mean to do. We
are going to answer this outrageous act by organ.
izing every Transport Worker in the harbor of Tam
pa Bay by next February- Things look favorable for
the whole street ear system coming our way. There
are 10,000 Phosphate Mine Workers within a radius
of 50 miiles of here, and I myself have been out there
pworking a few weeks and. Irwlieve me, sentiment is
ripe up there for a revolt.
This last action on the part of the powers that be
has capped the climax. Nowhere in this country are
the workers stirred up to the pitch they are here.
Within a week or two we are going to enlarge the
paper to twice its size and print a big English section.
Send ini e ome subscriptioms, Box 157, Ybor City, Sta
tion, Tampa, Fla.; at present this is the best method
of helping us out. As yet we don't deem it neces
sary to ask for funds, but might later. What we can
use is a few live, rlough and tullmble job agitators.
I don't tell anylssly they are cominig to a picnie. A
pienic s eeker in out of luck here. They have a well
oiled blacklist alnd a hall-~waring citizens' committee;
s., anmy real relbl who wants action. just cut the brass
band until you ge't lalnded where you can do some
gcsbl, we Ileed you arnd nered youll bad. Remember fhat
tlwhese Iys down lhere have never faild in time of
nieud . so watch ,uit for a calI for action.
Y.iurs fr Industrial Freedom,
Tmipa, Fbi.. April 11. 1914. C. W. NICHOLSON.
WHAT IS WORRY?
Worry is a disease of thi. inill c.auted by hurry.
Ilurry is a dangerouls syr·utonm which is the direet
effect of this capitalist snystem that drives the work
.rs for th,' sake of profits into that state. There is
a remedy for it, hy organizing as a class on the eco
nur, ficteld, into the Industrial I'nion, the I. W. W.
In the neantinie ('ultivate the science of ease on
he joh, at the .exswnse of the b~os. Remember worry
,lriv.s hiullllan Iitings insane. or shartens y(our life.
andl YOI'R lif in the lmost valuahble thing to YOU.
Therefore, get busy !-(:. (;. Andersnm.
L. U. 12, NOTICE.
At the last business meeting of Local No. 12, Bill
B. (Cook was ,el.cted as Secretary. All communications
should Is addressed to him at Iox 265. Station C..
L.s Angeles, Cal. W. R. SAI'TTER.
Whether "truth crushed t) earth will rise again"
hlepends on how d.ld!y it is plastered over with a
-rement of lie.s and spiked l)down with a capitalistic