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The Voice of the People.
Entered as Secend-class Matter, July 5, 1918, at
" the Pest Office at New Orleans, La., under
the Act of August 24, 1912.
Published Weekly by National Industrial Unle .
Forest amd Lumber Workers, Souther District.
District Headquarters I.I-...... ...Alxadri, l.
Jay Smith . ..-.--. S-eretary
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION:
520 POYDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA.
COVINGTON HALL ..... ..... . Editor
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" r cents; 13 weeks, 25 cents
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;SINGLE COPIES: 5 censt
BUNDLE RATES:
SNITEI ) STATES: 5 copies, 13 weeks ........$1.00
('ANAI)A, 4 copies, 13 weeks ................$1.00
To all Locals and Rebels ordering 10 or more copies
and paying 10 weeks, or 25 or more copies paying
Sbhi-weekly or monthly, or 250 or more copies paying
weekly, IN AI)VANCE, we will make a rate of, in
I'nited States, 16c. per ctipy, in Canada, 2c. per
e',py. Otherwise 2'. per copy in United States and
21/(e. in Canada.
CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ALL ORDERS.
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We n,,ow have on hauUl a supply of T'IIREE and SIX
,,ollhs I'lE/E'AID l SIIHIC(AIIl)'.. Send in for a few
and help in thce work of lievuoatinizisn, the South,
whcr is a mabrll of 'ITAL imlportance to the 1. IVW.
W. These cards we will sell you as follows: THRLIEE
months cards, FIVE for $1.00; '1TWENTY for $3.50.
NIX month.s cards, FIVE for $2.00; TWENTVY for
$7.00(. At these prices you or your Local can help
IIIE VOICE and make a good coenrnission, besides.
Might Is Right
o If you want to read this tremendous Epic of the
. Strong, send us a DOLLAR and we will send you a
copy of "MIGHT IS RIGHT" and THE VOICE for
, 80 weeks; or we will send you the book alone for
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"THOUGHTS OF A FOOL."
4('ili' y' f',,ls, IandI laugh with this wise J"sol
at all the sacred things of Boprgeoisdom. Send us
ONE DOLLAR and we will send you a copy of the
I,,ook and T'lle \' 1()lE for 20 weeks. The Book
alonie $1.00.
NEW ORLEANS M. T. W. MEETINGS.
I o,'al 7, Marico' Transport Workers, I. W. W.
Mcelets every 'l'ucsday at 7.30 o'clock at its Hall,
:37 NOiTI'i I'ETEIIS STREET.
A.\ll Seafarincg .l.n and Hebels Welomne.
* Ilall ianiI Rlc'ac· im , Rco,,m O)pen All D)ay and
Every I)nay.
I)AN (RIFFIN, Secretary.
I'. YSASSI. Ai\sst. Sc.'tyv.
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Defense Funds Notices.
WHEATLAND: Send all funds for the
defense of the Wheatland Victims to Don
D. Scott, Box 1087, Sacramento, Cal.
TEXAS VICTIMS: Semid a fuedl to Vider
CraveBe, Bez 1891, Le Angele, CL, Seeretar
of the REagel-Cle Defeae Cemmittee.
Carl Person Defense: Send all funds to
Carl Person, Box D. Clinton, Illinois.
Railroad Workers, Ocet Busy! ACT
TO-DAY.
WANTED AT ONCE.
T'rhleco tags and toba.ce aIul eigarttt couillpon from
I he followiing bIranlls (to get films, slide( and other
eqrlilnm ent for moviing picture l al Stereopticon ma
c-hille that I'Ineiign to the Southern District I. W. W.)
olf tlNienae, taN Iand oupnsillii from :
('eountry E ntlemenn. ID)inner Hell, D)ixie Kid, Drum
1n1oid4's Natural Le-af, I)uke's Mixture, Every Day
Smoke, Fair I'lavy, Four Ioesm, King lice, Noon
Ilolr. ()ld Style. Pay ('an S-,rap, PIick, l'ienic Twist,
I'igilista Tulaeo dtle It(eecorte., Pure, Igrape, Red Tag,
Sure Shot, Swceet ('ul,3, Sweet Tip Top, Tinsley's
Natural lenaf, Ilnin Standlardl, Velvet, Victory, Horse
ShiE, I'nle' Sam., .1. T., (Iranger Twist.
('igiaretltes ('aploral. ( hesterliehl, (lix, Favorite,
S)asis, ()Obak, (O)hl Mill, Perfection, Picayune, Pied
montt, PI'olo, l(Reruit, IRd, Sun, .Juan Jam, Fatima,
(;ranll I)uke, Imnls'rials, ILiehnond Straight Cut,
Satin, Sultlan; also I:'nited (Cigar Stores and other
4'4 Iii"iiiMI.
IHelIlss. North, Soutlh, East a4nd West. ruave the above
tugs and il llpolns IIIl se'tl thertI in, or give same
to your Loral SecrIetary toe'ld to .lay Smith, iBox
78, Alexalndrin, Ln.
HOP PICKERS ATTENTION!
Our Demands for Season 1914.
1. I'crd and Nuhr be given a new trial at once and
slismiisNd ,r no I1Holm will iw picked.
2. Minimum of $1.25 per hundred pounds.
:1. Free tents.
4. F'ree, drinking water in the fields.
5. Iligh po.le men.
l;. Men to help wome.n and c.hillren lift heavy saiks
7. iOne teoile't for eve-ry fifty Ime-n, women and
children.
8 Womenlllll's toilets to Ibw opposite side of camps from
nmen's toilet.
9. Abllition of IMonus (raft.
Il-p I'w-ke-rs are- reellaleted to lsyco'tt every field
that ds HWs nert grant all these- demands before picking
P(ml i l (nH.
I/op 'i, leI r.s Gein'ral n,'ike, Coiimmithe.
OIL FIELD WORKERS' DEMANDS.
i. Eight hours shall he a day's work.
2. All workers go, one, way to the omIpany's time
alll oethers ion their own.
:1. Thrcee. ollars and a half shall be the minimum
wage'. Meal e to Ibe mliore than twenty-five
.ents api,)ece.
4. All camps must have sanitary eats and they must
le two feet IaIprt in tents.
5. ()ne tenlt liust le set aside for a reading and
writing rcsam.
;. 4C, melnanv nmllust Iplay tranisportation to all jobs.
7. If we- ge, el thle job andl lay one or more joints.
andi then eomre in, we get one half day's pay.
H. If the -,-mpeany ke-cps us waiting on pipe right
away ,r tools we get straight time.
9. In ('use of geing in water, we get double time,
:,ridl time andl a half for Sunday work.
1II. (Ine tet to I- oen the jobs to wash and bathe in
Ilepeing 1o hear fronm all inlrteresteel, we remain, yours
fer Inihlstrial lrledolel.
LOC(:AL I'NION 58T6, OIL FIELD WORKERS,
I. W. W., (;terge' Fentrlll. S-c-.. c'are' General Delivery.
"lI'.ra. Oklah-ma.
JOIN THE "SILENT CLAN."
This is the way to (do it. If you are in a hostile
lc.-nity, send us names and addresses of SLAVES
wh,, show some thinking capacity and discontent;
eilolec ONE CENT in stamps or dimes for each
name sent. and we will send each one of them a copy
of TIlE VOICE. In his way you can lay low and
make the Boss pay for agitating. Do it now, to-day.
Weihing Printing Co.
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UNION WORK A SPECIALTY
City and Country Trade Solicited.
Prempt Delivery and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
;20 POYDRAS STREET. NEW O ,LEANS, LA.
All Woodsmen, Attention!
Fellow-workers ad all slaves, sty away rom
Sweet-Home, La., Front. Loeal S6 e strike. The
strike was called to keep aem e the Company's old
tricks of, trying to beak the Solidarity and driv.
ing the workers.
But, as always, the L W. W. got wise and beat
them to it. The job is tied up right, not a man
working. So all workers help keep it so by staying
away untill we drive the born Into submisIn.m and
make one step farther away from peonage.
Yours for victory,
PRESS COMMITTEE, LI U. 275
Southern Diarid Demands
Wage Seals forw a rs and Saw M Wworlker
Jin the O Big Uns"
Ilitalatim Fee, $1.00; Dus 60e Per Meath.
Natlemal Industrial Unlem ef Ferest and Lumber
Werkers, Southern District
Demands:
We demand an eight-hour day.
We demand that eight hours be the working day
from calling out in the morning until return at
night
We demand abolition of discount system.
We demand that all men shall be hired from Un
ion Hall.
We demand that $2.50 per day, or $50.00 per
month and board, shall be the minimum wage for
all employes in the logging or railroad camps.
We demand 75 eents per thousand, or $4.00 per
day per man, 11,000 feet to constitute a day's
work, for log cutting, stumps 30 inches high.
We demand a 50 per cent. increase in the pay of
Tie Makers, Stave Mill, Turpentine, Rosin and all
other workers in the Lumber Industry and its by
product industries.
We demand that overtime and Sunday work
shall be paid for at the rate of time and a half.
We demand that injured worlanen be given im
mediate attention.
We demand that pure, wholesome food be served
at company boarding houses.
Cooks and other employes shall not be allowed
to work on a percentage basis.
There shall be one waiter or waltres for every
30 men at the table.
We demand that maximum price of $5.00 per
week for board shall prevail.
We demand that the double deck bunks be taken
out of all the bunk houses and that beds with
springs and mattress be installed in their places.
We demand that dry rooms and bath rooms bs
installed in each camp.
We demand that the pig pens be kept 300 feet
away from the cook houses or bunk houses, and
that up-todate sanitary systems be immediately
established in all lumber towns and camps.
We demand that the hospital fee be paid to the
Union and that the Union shall take care of all the
sick and injured through this fund, or that the
men be allowed to elect the doctor and have a voice
in the management of the hospital and insurance
fund.
We demand that all settlements for injuries
shall be conducted in the presence of a committee
from the Union.
We demand that all delegates or organizers
shall be allowed to visit camps and mills.
GET BUSY I
For further and full particulars, address:
JAY SMITH, Secretary,
Ihx 78, Alexamnlria, La.
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MINUTES OF EIGHTH CONVENTION.
Get a copy and see for yourself what was and was
not said andl done. Address the I. W. W. Publishing
Ilureau, 112 Hamilton Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio.
l'rie of the report is only $1.00 a copy. Send for
it to-day.
Portland Meetings
The Portland, Oregon, locals will hold regular
propaganda meetings twice per week in the hall at
309 Davis St., during this winter. New stereopti
con installed. Good speakers needed for meetings
in hall and on the street. Everybody welcome.
FRANK CADY, Secretary,
309 Davis St., Portland, Oregon.'
Red Cross Drug Store
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Drugs, Medicnles, Drug Suadries sad
Toilet Articles
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Sale Delwery by Parsels Pest OuaruetesL
No Order Teo mall or Our Best AM sa
sad evleae.
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BEST MEALS IN CITY FOR THE PRICE.
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NEW ORLEANS, - - LOUISIANA.
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Cafe and Restaurant
UNDER
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Headquarters
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
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TO CORRESPONDENTS.
TIIE VOICE goes to press Monday morning. All
articles should be in not later than Saturday morn
ing preceding. Only very short and important news
items can get in later.
Do not sand us name articles ua sent to "''Solidarity"''
unless same are marked duplicate.
Write only on one side of paper.
THE PREAMBLE.
The working cluas and the employing class have
nothing In common. There can be no peace as
long as hunger and want are found amsng mi
Hons of working people, and the few, who make
up the employing clam, have an1 the geed thine
of life.
Between these two classes a struggle mast g
on until the workers of the world oregalse as a
class, take possession of the earth and the msa
chinery of production, and abolish the wags system.
We and that the centering of the msnagsamat
of industries into fewer and fewer heads makes
the trade unlons unable to cope with the oever
growing power of the emplorying class. Ihe trade
unions foster a state of affairs which aUowa eme
set of workers to be pitted agalinst anether aset ef
workers In the same lndustry, thereby helplng do
feat one another in wage wars. Moreover, the
trade unions aid in employlng class to mislead the
workers into the belief that the workinag class have
interests In common with their employers.
These conditions can be changed and the later
eat of the working class upheld enly by am orsal.
zation formed In such a way that all its mnembers
ln any one Industry, or in all Industries, if neceO
sry, cease work whenever a strike or lockout is
on in any departmbnt thereof, thus making am
injury to one an Injury to all.
Instead of the conservative motto: "A fair day's
wage for a fair's day's work," we mut inscribe
on our banner the revolutionary watchword:
"Abolition of the wage system.
It is the historic mission of the working class
to do away with capitalism. The army of proe
duction must be organized, not enly for the every
day strugglel with capitalists, but also to carry on
production when capitalism shall have been over
thrown. By orsanlzlng industrially we are forming
the structure of the new society withiln the shell
of the old
Red Song Books.
At Cost Price. Si'xth edition of the original and
heat book of I. W. W. songs. Order now so printer
can be paid and the valuable property of Worker
saved.
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