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Kind of Llborty Desired A MetlnC Which Will Ajifmble the Lead ers from the Finds of the Earth. CO PTRIG HT, Irtl The latest development in the cause of industrial reform is the call for a national congress to be held in Chica go. May 1, 1894, to consider the subject of "Industrial Democracy, " in a prac tical way. It grows out of the address recently priven by Ilenry D. Lloyd before the American Federation of Labor. At that time he not only pave his usual scholarly and philosophical analysis of present conditions, but he pointed out a plan which mipht lead directh- to the millenium of ".Social Democracy." He said: "In seven years, January I, 1900, the twentieth century will open. Let up beg-in to make ready for that next emancipation that new liberty which enlarges democracy. Let America, the leader of the liberties of mankind, make the first move and let the federation of trades' unionsof its working1 people lead America. I venture to suggest that the American federation of labor could do the cause of civilization no greater service. Let it initiate here and now a plan for a series of national and international conferences or congresses of labor. Let these culminate on the first May day of the new century with an inter national demonstration of the labor organizations of all countries. "Let this be a grand international constitutional convention in which a new Magna charter, a new declaration of rights shall bo proclaimed to guide and inspire the life of those who wish to live in the new commonwealth. The labor organizations are waiting for some such definite word and plan. This is true not only of this country, but of Europe. There are hundreds of other organizations, not of labor, which if you choose to invite them would fall into lino at once. The propo. al is ritOMINKXT DKI.KOATES TO practical enough to command the sup 'port of those who want to do some thing now. It is so broad and far reaching as to kindle even dull imag inations. At the first note of your call new hope and strength will swell the veins of nations." Through some oversight no definite action was taken on the proposition by the American federation. It was tacit ly endorsed, however, by endorsing the whole address of which this is a part. Thousands of copies were print ed and distributed among the dele gates of the convention and a million will be scattered broadcast over the land, chiefly to wage workers, but all who are interested can obtain copies. The fact that the federation did not take actual charge of the matter is now regarded as advantageous. If it had, there would be a disposition to confine the membership and delibera tions of the congress closely to trade union lines. Now the greatest latitude will be given. Every school of industrial thought will be invited. The theo retical and sympathetic phases of the movement will be equally welcome with the practical. The call for the meeting will quote , Lloyd's suggestion given above and ! will add only the necessary details in regard to delegates, time and place of meeting, etc. The committee in charge j of the alTair are corresponding with j people of note all over the country, j asking their cooperation in the plan, j 1 he call for the congress will be signed j by leaders in every branch of indus trial reform. It is expected that such names will appeal to their respective constituents and sympathizers and in sure a gathering of a thoroughly na tional and representative character. When published it will be sent to every liberal publication in the coun try and thus receive the widest cir culation for at least three months be fore the date of the congress. There is every reason to believe that there will be a general rcpons.s Of eolirse the first ouerv is: What will le the policy of Mich a congress? W nat win it try to accomplish? Those who are in a posiiion to know, v that there will be no cut and dried sn plan. After the congress is called the elements composing" it must decide what the coarse shall be. Said one: "The general object will be to outline and finally complete plan for in augurating1 a system of government which shall have as its mainspring the cooperation and centralization of all industrial efforts for the benefit of each in proportion as he serves the com monwealth. At least that is the idea suggested by Ilenry D. Lloyd. It is certainly a broad and comprehensive one. And all the reformers will have an equal chance to put in the details which will make the plan practical. "Mr. Lloyd believes that in the nat ural order of events the present indus trial sstem is about to pass away, and that at the beginning of the twen tieth century a new one will begin, whether we hasten it or not. "Still the first step is to find out if even the progressive reformers are ready to inaugurate such a plan. It is possible that they cannot yet agree on anything so comprehensive. What bette r means could be devised than to bring all types together and have a full and free discussion? "There will be the trade unionists, socialists, single tax, railway brother hoods, American railway unions, fanners' alliance, women suffragists and temperance people, to say nothing of those who study reforms in a philo sophical wa and are not committed to any special school of thought." Henry D. Lloyd is by no means alone in the belief that the present industrial system is about to pass away and will soon give place to some more social ised form of government. "Still," said one leader, "it remains to be seen just how definite are the ideas of all reformers on the subject. I should not be surprised at a spon taneous burst of enthusiasm at the first congress that will show that the people are actually looking for the new social democracy." The nationalists and all grades of socialists are joyful over the calling of such a conference. Even if it fails of its proposed object, it will be an op portunity for propoganda not to be missed. The very calling of the con ference is considered as a great step toward their theories. Still they --, al have to exercise more tolei-ance th;;a '2 l THE COMING CONVENTION. they usually do or the other classes of reformers may adopt many plans which will be very distasteful to the afore said socialists. It would seem, however, that the la bor organizations are already pledged to the socialist or collective idea, in a g-neral way. as opposed to individual ism. Master Workman Sovereign, of the Knights of Labor, says that he is a socialist and recommends the study of such principles to the order. The American Federation of Labor at its last convention indorsed "The collective ownership of all the means of production and distribution." Even the farmers' alliance is in favor of delivering over to government con trol many things now held and man aged under private ownership. It is expected that there will be some trouble in harmonizing all the "isms" and it will be difficult to convince the extremists that the good of all will be subserved better if every jot and tittle of their particular hobbies is not in cluded in the course marked out by the congress. Ilenry I). Lloyd carefully avoids going into details and 60 does the committee now looking after the pre liminaries. The programme contemplated will include the reading of short papers by the leaders of the various movements followed by discussion. As the plan contemplates a series of congresses for the next seven years the promoters will be quite satisfied if the first con ference succeeds in laying the founda tion anil leaving the superstructure to the later meetings. A man of some prominence in indus trial matters was asked: "Is it not a trifle revolutionary to call a national meeting for the purpose of contriving a new form of government to super sede the existing one?" The answer was: "It might be if the congress con templated secret organization or even intended to organize a political move ment. Such is not the case in this in stance. The only aim is to encourage a unity of action among all reform or ganizations and to make the masses familiar with those principles in econ omies which have long been known and acknowledged among the intelli gent leaders. Instead of being revolu tionary our idea is the essence of peace I Call and see us DIXIE I F. F. PLOWS Call and see us before you buy your SHOVELS, HOES, RAKES, ETC. Call and see us when you want to buy PURE WHITE LEAD AND OIL Call and see us when you want to buy THE BEST READY-MIXED PAINTS Call and see us for the cheapest prices on Everything in the Hardware Line. 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