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 HE  WESTERN
y   JUL 10 1905     Sf'l
Published in the Interests of the Working Class Alone.
328.
Vancouver, B. C, Saturday, July 8,   1905.
Subenriptlnn Price  ai nn
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.AND'S   HORRIBLE  BASTILE
Wbtre PaliV.cal'Caavlcllaaa Art Craihad by Tarlara
dispatch  says—Perhaps This goes on for n while, until sonic
i ho ted and   certainly    nie night   u   low   ring   is  beard   at  his
.1 8| i)t in a1'  Warsaw is door.     If he him hud any  experience
l'l   once u fortress, but now he  will  know  it  is n  visit   from the jwi,n   mirrors  nnd  gloomy   draperies
,ri80i ,   behind   the walls
party.    These midnight, visits are re- answer,   the   man   claps    his   handR,
ponied   at   long    intervals,   und   men  and  a  couple  of  ruffians  enter  with
und   women   who   are    proof   against | whips and  beat him.
any    amount   of    physical    suffering     When a prisoner has undergone sov-
ilreail   them   more   tnan   anything   in eral  such  examinations,   he  is either
the   tenth   pavilion.
After several such examinations, alternated by dreary duys in the cell,
he  is  taken  to  a  small  room  hung
released for want, of evidence or put
through (ho mockery of a trial. A
mockery because, though the produra-
SITUATION IN THE GOAL GITY
Slrugfle lor tocogaltloa Balweea Rival Organization*
Be. I  .
li many grim and terrible, tra-
,, enacted.    Many a Warsaw
is  mourning   a   husbind,   fa-
„  or ev.-n u   'gbtec, who has
gged away l»   the gi ndarmea
0t     night     ami   imprisoned
IMany of  i"eui   are  b«st  ior-
|hctr   fate   m   "ever   known—
be death.  irans|»oi tation   to
or exile.
the il.' 1   day*'   nign of tor-
■„,  Jbj •   8»-«Oi     raporta    of
[le    huu I ury    at     the  citadel
mnified    Warsaw.     According
',., unu and women ure banged
lily;
The situation at Nanaimo seems to intents,  and  is still continuing so to
have  resolved   itself   into   a   struggle  do   in   regard   to   the    Brechin   mine
tor who judges him allows him legal  between the two factions into which   heretofore referred to.    Granted th.it
counsel, his fate is sealed beforehand, jthe men are divided by virtue of the .the original purchase of the property
gendarmes, and if In- has not   he will   "'' ,10H scarcely time lo got over Iho,There is no evidence for the defense, ' local    organizations  of    the   Western I of   thd   former   company,   and   these
....        .   . , ... . .',      .. . . ■   . . 1      '     . .  ...       -......„« —, ;. ~    : H .— *,.    u.     ....11^.1
soon   find   il   out,   for  lliey   ar
wbo do not   like 1o  be kepi   wailing,
and   skilled   moreover   in   Ihe  ail    of
taking out  a  panel.
Mow   Men   Disappear.
Once they are inside the March begins,    'ihe  Russian   gendarmes are
Iho best searcher! in the world.
Tin-re is no "skimming" about their
work; thoy never srainp mailers.
Thev pull up the flooring, tear down
tbe wall paper,  tap Ihe walls, rip U)
„„,„ shock of his altered op|>curnnce when but ihe prisoner's counsel has the'Federation of Miners and the United extensive improvements have called
la iiuin dressed in black, emerges from light to confer with his client—in his Mine Workers of America. Thestiug- 'or the investment of at least some
behind  a curtain and plies him  with   cell, of course, and in the presence of   trio is for recognition hv the romnnnv   hund.eds   of   thousands    of    dollars,
I
questions.    If the suspect refuses to warders.
GRADUATED FROM SAME SCHOOL
Liberal Candidate Expected te da Honor to Alma Mater
Tnat  delectable combination known   reputation    as     a   "campaigner"    is
gle is for recognition by the company
or in other words to see which shall does a«y 8ane person believe it llke-
have  the  privilege    of   settling  With '?   that  capitalists    of    the  Howard
the company nnd  securing the jobs. | calibre would be likely to pour such
So far tho honors are with the West- a fabulous sum into an undertaking,
ern Federation men,  as the company the margin of profit in which was so
refuses  to    accord    any    recognition sma"   that   ,he   loss   of   *450   Der
the  furniture  and 'bedding,   and 'look  BS   ,h,>  UberaJ   ',ar,-v  is  in  £ul1  ^on-(based entirely upon his achievement,
trol of the nonunion flesh pots at in| boosting for such notorious and
the present time. While it centres at malodorous jKilitical spawn of capi-
Ottawa, its rag-tag and bob-tail talism as in the opinion of Hobins-
forogathers in every nook and corner   Dunsmuir, ot al, would best conserve
*
through every book and paer in the
place,    if tho unhappy  wretch they
of
their visit in time io liurn ull his
political papers und forbidden bonks,
hoc   betide  him.
All ho enn do is to look on in
mournful silence. When everything
has lieen overhauled his visitors tic
up all the books and papers found in
a sheet and firmly invite their host
to go with 1 hem. He—or she—for a
great many women find thoir way
into the citadel—arc marched oil Into
a cab und driven through the town
to the gate wilh the fortifications
and   the   sentries.
Most prisoners arc taken into tho
Office of the "tenth pavilion." where
they ore searched, photographed, and
deprived of their money and any
other valuables from watch to shirt
studs. Men and women nil receive
the same 1 cent ment, female warders
being unknown in the citadel, a fact
which adds greatly to the Bufferings
of women prisoners.
After   being    closely    inspected  by
the    fishermen  living l ...       ,
llH]   ..o.». B  ar(> rft|(j|ng nus ni)(  i,,.,.,, warned
,. •■  strange    uiullled  cries '
ni  1 >o walls of tho prison;
1        ceis themselves  turn
mini,  ng  from   iho  scenes
(orni   them to witness.
ninny   11 1   'Hid   women   havo
,..-, 1. I    n    the    citadel   since
,.,!,.i.-"     vviien    tho   present
at ai   uist tho C*uX'S govern-
ocheu Poland,  :iobody but the
imiiii and  the governor   ever
but it Is   known   that,
barracks  vacated   by  relate!)   sent lo thc front aro
i- political su.-oocts,   tho citu-
ixiowdoci that the dally
martial    cannot    make   room
newcomers quickly  enough,
ltaslile of  Poland.
ew  who  return  therefrom say
or   they    dare    not   tell    Hie
Hul   tin ir drawn faces,  shut-
•ivcs, und bruised bodies sjioak
mselves     Little  wonder lhat
nuel hd« been tailed  '.>ho Bus
Poland;    little   wonder   that j
whatsoever  io  the opposing  union.
It appears thnt a portion of the
company's workings known as the
omenta I Drc<'hen mine, was_not_alTectod by
the original shutdown. This mine is
a now ono just undergoing the preliminary work leading up to thc taking  out  of coal,   the  nature  of  such
of   the  Dominion,   where   the  fruitful life interests of thoir respective com -Preliminary  work  making  it possible
womb  of capitalist  rule gives   oven 'pities   in   the   exorcise of their ma-'t° employ  but a   limited  number   of
the slightest promise of bringing
forth the succulent graft so tempting
to tho palates of its hungry tools.
One of those rip-roaring farces called a Liberal convention has been recently held at Alberni, B.C., for tho
purpose of speaking out loud tho
name  of  the  person  already  selected
rending instincts.
men.     ft appears that this work has
now   been  advanced     closely    to   the
What   appears'to   be    a   hoart-felt .     ... .,, , ...
,,' .    ...   .,      ,        ,.      point whore it will be possible to put
ami    well-deserved    tribute    to     the \r
\a number of minors at  work getting
'out coal.    The United Mine Workers'
I Ixical nas ordered the men employed
in  the  Brechen  to  cease  work.     Th
qualifications of the editorial aspirant for political honors, comes from
thc Victoria Times, as follows:  "He
(Aitken)   is  a  clover speaker  and an,""  """"   •-•"-""■'•   ""'"..•'    .  *"e' had nothing    to   do    with  the  shut-
, -   .  .     ...   Western  Federation  of  Miners    Local , . 	
month would either wipe it out, or
reduce it to such infinitismal proportions as to le no longer worth
while?
Those who have studied the genus
capitalist, and have become familiar
with its customs and habits, are inclined to scoff at the idea that tho
Nanaimo shut-down has been due to
tho evil effects of the eight-hour law.
Some even suspicion that there
ure other nnd much more
weighty reasons for it, which
are quite apt to be made clear
in time by the death-rattle in the
throat of small stockholders. Further evidence that the eight-hour law
all-round campaigner,   trained in  the
by the inner councils of the party as school from which Kalph Smith, M.
its candidate at .'the forthcoming bye- j p., graduated. That in itself is a
.lection for tbe seat in  tho Provin- guarantee  of  something  out of  the
ordered them to continue. Being
good union men, and finding it somewhat  difficult  to  obey  the  orders  of
down is furnished by the Hunsmuir
colleiics at Extension and Cumberland, w-horc no attention whatever is
aid to tho law.    The hours worked
the   warders,     the    prisoner's    name,
shudders   at   its   led   walls jago,  occupation,  etc.,  ure entered in
,, ramparts.    Not only is it   the books,  nnd  ho is conducted into
ghlor house of his  rate,  but   •   long,   dimly   Ughted  corridor,  into
,    ever   turned   towards    the   whilh « numlier of small  iron doors
, 1 cud.   to  vomit  fire at tho  open.     They   are   those  of   tho cells.
Lis of a general ri. iug against  "no   of.  these   doors   is   opened,    the
fcsian strange!- within its gates. jp>is-ner feels a  rough push from bole sslan   •       Is   but   with jhind, hours the clang of a door, finds
gold  after  Uw   revolution   of 'himself  in   a   narrow   den,   furnished
Ithe citadel  lor-ns  tl'i  apex of
with a bed, table ond chair, and
lighted by a small barred window-
high up in the wall,
'Tis Silence of the Grave.
Tho silence,  but  for tho occasional
tramp of tho sentries' feet,  is as the
silence  of  tho   grave;   the  air,   (lamp
lussiarryoke" it ~wili   meet    tne [and close, thc bod, hard and narrow.
|fute us  thc bastilu  .luring tho Worse   than   all   nre  tho    two   eyes,
volution Of  18711. which,   glaring   through   the   grating
Owing   the    broad   road   which   jn the door, watch him day ami night
mrallel   with  tho river,   the or-  till it  seems os 'f  Bhej   look  into his
cittl House.    It has now boon promul- |ordinary in campaign work."    Taose|b°'*  0,'Kuni/.ations    'hoy  wisely con- [^ .^ ^^ ^ ^.^ ^ .^ ^^^
gated abroad, not only from Han to I familiar with tho Smith petBon know ic " °   S°    ° matter    among i ^   Westurn   Fuel   Co,npttny    is    no
Bersheha, but also from Gath to Ask-  (Jat he received his training at the j themselvesi by taking a vote as   to more loniut,iled  to  observe  its  pro-
ellon,   that   Hugh   Aitken,   editor   ol' |h*nris   of   tbe   New   Vancouver   Coal | *?*;        ,      y    8hould    'lu,t   or  not'   visions than any other capitalist con-
With   still   further   wisdom   they    de- r„L , ,. ...  .
... cern.    The company s motive  will bo
culed   by   an   overwhelming   majority i,        ,   . ..       j-„^.h„„    ,i,.n
13 J  'found  in  some  other direction    than
the Nanaimo Herald, is the ono and I Company and kindred interests, and
only person competent to fill the that, the curriculumn of that school
shoes of the ubiquitous Mcinnes, and was solely how to steal the livery of
keep their toes pointed in the direc- lienor to serve the devil of capital
tion of  the main chance. I jn
And now the puny Liberal press Jan apt pupil, so much so in fact that
begins at once to-belch up adulatory ,his reputation as a fraud and pre-
wind   re   this   new   political   star    of Mentions   humbug   long   since   became
liangular shaped forjtiucaiions
Irelch from the I'russian to the
fun frontiers. It is to Poland
the fortress of  St    Peter   and
in    Petersburg   is    to  Russia.
this country evi r rscape from
visitor   to   the  cits del  finds
If confronted    b      a    gateway,
fl by  fortifications,   and guard-
sent lies.    1t    01.  have a l^aas
by   tho  ci     .tandnnt   of    'be
ll  the sentries i  ok   at   il criti-
[iind finally let yoi.     -rough tho
lay.     At   first  you   feel   r   sur-
lul    the   homelike     ntu   sphere
|il you.   There   i. no grty walls
M-ring towers      Varm, red brick
|ons, a gold d   ..ed church, well
walks, and g. ass plots flanked
liiiion balls nt-i'iii re-i in pyramids
Ihe first   things    t.iut    moot  tho
Iks  Like  W»      K-pt.   Garrison.
piers nro being drilled, a band,
but near, i, ,ilayiiie, airs from
"fleisha,"   a    ;endii-ino,   looking
in his blue tunic  and red fac-
custs  a  glan .e  at  you  as  ho
Ps with   the  dispatches   to    tho
JuinUant's  quarters    behind    the
|h.   Tho place looks like an   un-
|l.v well kept garrison in central
P'|, and that is all.
*t is all,  I say,  for  the casual
But  suppose  the  visitor  is
lie—arrested for having been fool-
liiough to tako an active interest
plitics, from a socialistic, domo-
■c.  or   ovon    patriotic  point of
Then  ho will  get  a different
losslon of the stronghold, ior he
j be taken  to that   long building
Joking tho river,  known as   tho
bavilion, the part of tho cita-
irescrved   for   political   prloners
uncertain magnitude, which has ap-
peered upon the Alberni horizon. He
js the "editor of the Herald," a
"forceful" and "clever" speaker, and
"all-round campaigner," etc., all of
which is extremely humorous to thoso
who know the gent and his paper.
In lack of either editorial policy or
opinion, except such as may be surmised from noting the editor's political affiliations, the Herald stands
without u peer, and us a "clever"
and   "forceful"   speaker,   Aitken    was
to remain at work. At least this is
the  report   lhat   reaches  us  by    way
'Ihe  ambiguous    Smith   proved °'   the  dai'y  P^oss.     Those  factional
fights within the camp of labor are
the inevitable consequences of an
overstocked labor market. With not
enough jobs to go round, such strug-
a stench in the nostrils of decency
No more convincing evidence of the
fitness of Aitkon as a Liberal candidate could be offered than tho assurance (hat he has been "trained"
in the same "school" as Smith.
There is in this, however, no guarantee of "something out of the ordinary in campaign work," as suggested by the Times. On the contrary, it is a guarantee of the ordinary Liberal campaign work, and
d d ordinary at that.    The Liber-
that of  the eight-hour law.
o—
HKLLISHMOSS   OP   POVERTY..
Hubert  Hunter   Shows the  Plight oi
the   Poor  in   Rich  America.
...One day 1 visited the family of a
gles ore bound to occur. It is rea- !man who had been prostrated by
sonably safe to predict that the re- !hoat while at work with a street
suit of this struggle in Nanaimo wi 1 Wing gang.    Thoy wero a family of
seven,   living   in   a   two-room   apart-
be that one faction or the other will
ment  of  a rear  tenement.     Tho   duy
eventually accept the company's | was in August and the sun beat down
terms, and when that occurs, neither tiniiitermitteutly and without mercy,
will have .strength enough left to Tho husband had been brought homo
,w*fc«.     „„...•„....     ,„„..v.,„  a few hours before.     Tho  wife,  in   a
never known to o|ien his mouth on j al candidate in Alberni district may
the platform without putting his be depended upon to be true to his
foot in it.     History records that his I Alma Mater.
ENTERPRISING HARMSWORTH
Promotes Splendid Scheme to Gobble Newfoundland
very soul, reading thi secrets he
must   use all  his  strength   to  keep.
Hut there nro other hardships to
be borne. No books, nor letters, not
a cigarette, not even the friendly tick
of a watch breaks tho monotony of
those long, unmarked hours and rest-
loss nights. His warders ireut him
tike a dog; ho spends fivo minutes
duily outside bis cell—three in a small
court nnd two in going there and
back. This life goes on sometimes
for two weeks, sometimes for us.
many months.
Then one nighl when ho is sleeping
uneasily in tho narrow bod. the iron
door is flung open and the warders
tell him to got up and dress. Dazed
and      disheveled,     he    follows    them
through the winding passages and
IlltO 11 room—the sort of room ho
might have known long ugo, before
he wont   to the tenth  pavilion.
His eyes, unused to thc glare, can
only take in the details gradually,
but before long ho sees the pretty
furniture, bright, curtains, the birds,
flowers and books which surround
him. His warders have gone
ho is left there alone
long.
Put through Awful  Inquisition.
A portiere is drawn n>idc, two
Spruce officers of the gendarme enter
and ask him in friendly tones to sit
down. This common act of civilly
often makes a poor creature; shut up
in a cell for weeks and used to his
warder's  brutal   speeches,   burst  into
The     \nglo-Newfolindland   Iieveloir- that portion of human society which
„1,„,„„,,,,i    ».,,    the stands  outside   of   tho  ranks  of    the
m,.nt    Company,    promoted    by    thi (.imJUiljs,s     Tnc workingman so lost
Messrs.  Hnrmsworth,  ol  London, has U}   (.omIllon   decency   ns   to   poke   his
received permission (subject only to presumptions noso Into thc matter
Royal consent to the Bill) to enclose.by offering adverse criticism, ought
8,000   square   miles   of   country,   em
bracing   the    fim-st    hunting   district
to be locked  up for his impudence
The capitalists  nro justified  in  doing what  they   please with their own.
and
But not for
and   the   must   beautiful   scenery    on   Government   is   their   instrument   and
the island.     It appears that by ju-,they   have   every   legal,   moral    and
dicious  fencing nl   the  proper season
tically    all   of  tho
thirul   right   to   exercise   its   powers
ii   such   vvavs  as   thoy  deem  proper.
„i   ihe  year,    practically     an   oi   inu   wh(1|u,V(1|.   ()av    oommon     plugs    like
deer  of  Iho island  might   be enclosed   workitiginen  get   in   thc  way   of   any
this     concession.       An    excellent   capitalist   undertaking,      thoy   should
.reserve  and    hunting   ground   politely   but  firmly  be  told"to  ''va-
by
O-ttme   Pf-»™»   "'.';'   ; D..D"- . moose the ranch,"  and if thoy refuse
would   thus  happily bo  provided   in )o moy^ Qr ^ U)() K,mv jn moVingi
which     the     overworked     capitalist tn0V  should  be given  tho swift  kick
could   seek   relief   from   the  bruin   fag where  it   would  do  tho most good
that   In- inevitably acquires in his lo
calise   any   further     serious     trouble
along tho same line.
Laying aside for a moment the
struggles arising between opposing
factions of the men, nnd devoting a
little timo to closo scrutiny of the
company and its actions, some things
are disclosed thai to say the least
wear a peculiar, if not an absolutely
suspicious look.
The last proposition marlo by tho
company was that thc men pay their
own transportation across to Protection Island nnd enter ihe mine by
way -of protection shaft, which had
for some timo boon dioised for this
liurpose. This would have involved
an expense to the men of about four
cents per day each, the total amount
upon the ordinary working force of
tho mine approximately $450 per
month. This proposition was voted
down by the men. They felt, that,
inasmuch as the journey over to ProV
tection shaft would have to be made
by tho men upon their own time,
whereas wore thoy to enter the
mine ns formerly by No. 1
shuft, tho journey underneath
tho buy would have to be made upon
the company's time in accordance
with the Eight-Hour coal mines law,
If  iho workers,   tho common  plugs,
borious occupation of neatly   and ex
pedltiouf-ly sepurating working mules   ,,,,,  ,.nj()V  jt  as we aro led to believe 'scheme
from  the products of their toll. ' b.v listening to some of their howls, |stand  this expense of say,  #450 per
The company, however, is by no
means to obtain this concession for
nothing..  It is to pay   to the govern-
distracted but skillful way, found
pathways among the clamoring children. The air was steamy with a
half-fmished washing, and remnants
of tho last meal were still upon the
table. A crying baby and the sick
husband occupied thc only bed; but
1 learned here that tho father and*
oldest child usually slept on the floor.
As 1 watched the woman on that day
1 understood a little of what_ it
meant to live in such contracted
quarters. To cook and wash for
seven, to nurse a crying baby broken
out with heat, and to care for a delirious husband, to arrange a possible sleeping place for seven—to do nil
these things in two rooms which
open upon un alley tremulous with
heated odors and swarming with
flies from tho garbage and manure
boxes, was something to tax tho
patience and strength of a Titan.
in this instance thc man had broken down and sickness is most serious when it attacks the breadwinner
of a working-class family. The sickness of wife or child is far loss terrifying. However painful tho disease
or distressing the consequences, tho
family's pi ace of mind is not shattered by the fear and dread of want.
Tho man is not. kept from his work,
and his earnings made moro necessary
by tho sickness may still supply tho
family's needs. Tho diseases which
kill or undermine the health of tho
adults, especially the man, arc tho
ones which strike terror to tho heart
of working-class families. Thoso
which  almost   invariably  cause  death
tho company could stand the expense
, ,     i '""r^i'of transportation over-to Protection l_«,",Vh ^.u  e,oi.V..- " nhii.i. is    u.u.his
who   are   thus   ruthlessly   dispossessed I ' " ,     I a     ia"1'"-     pntnisi.s,    niignis
by  capitalists and  their  schemes,  do  -s"aft and still be the gainer  by tho  disease,   diabetes—aa    well    as   those
iVs tho company would not
which permanently incapacitate a
workman—such us apoplexy, paralysis,   etc.—the   many   accidents   In   in-
then   why   in   the     name of  common  .,.„„.h    lhn in,0..PIU.« m he drawn  is   sls'   otc-"7tne   "mMV   ac,l,lt'nts   in   in*
... .• •       .u •     niontn,   ino inieieme to  do oiawn is   j.   ._„   luUlrfi   ei-inoii.  ih,.  hrwlv     mul
sense do  thoy continue  to give  their i,       ,.. ..  - ,     ousiiy   wnuii  uippic  tne  boay,    ana
support   to   tho   political   parties    of   ,hat  ""»«""> represents tho margin | the diseases arising from certain dan-
capltal,  and  thus enable  the Messrs.
Ilarinsworth   and   their   ilk,   to   con-
iionnv Per vour, for euc!h twelve acres,   trol   the   powers   of   government   and
. , ■' ,    iv.. i   . . .1.1^ ..vio.-tmn    enforce  their thieving schemes?
Ac  n   itirtlul  ol so    lo tins extol tion, ,      , .-. ,        .        ...
/\s n pui i un oi.-> I     As  long  as   they  do  give  this po-
Lmt     as   a   rental,   the  sum   of  one   Ilarinsworth   and   their   ilk,   to   con-
hot weon the mine as a profitable or gerous trades, which permanently un-
a  losing  venture.     While  it  may    be  dhrtnlno the health,  are the forms of
true   thot  a  considerable  number  of
sickness   which     generally   mean    for
I'hey slop all earnings unless tho
Wife is able, or one of Ihe children
ild enough, to became a. wage-earner.
wage-earning     families   poverty    and
^, „    English capitalists have proven to be '0{U,„   pauperism.     Such  diseases  al-
tho governmenl  grants the company' iJUeaj" support To'thVcapitalisTclass |good   things,   and  easy    picking  for  feet the welfare, of the whole family,
tho prlvelogo of taking an additional    it   is presumed  thai   thoy approve of shrewd  and  not  over-scrupulous   ad-
12,000   square     miles    of  eontigious such  schemes  as  tho ono referred  to |venturers, tho same has rarely proven
territory,  Whenever it   sees fit to tako
it.
While  some  exchanges  arc  inclined n,ov aro themselves dispossessed,  tho  tern-visaged yankoo capitalist is  too  that  the mass of  wage-earning fami-
to object   to  tho proceedings,  we are bolter they should be pleased.                I .rood a judge of "gold  bricks" to be-  ,Uw  are  pathetically   dependent   upon
,,,„.  to  confess  that   we  see  nothing,     |jy ui hdruvwiig their po it i al sup- (" careless    huver     no   matter   *""",'. "m' .KITu  s   h,'al,h'     An-votu;
n the transaction deserving advorso |M,rt from the capitalist class and its Ic0,'"fl    ,         ?     buyer,   no  matter lumiliai. Wl(n  Uu. |l(H)1. Knows   w„h
criticism.     On  tho contrary  it   moots .schemes  of  plunder;   and  using   it  in«i,h   what   Off-hand   carelessness    he|What   grim    .determination    hall-sick
with our hearty approval.   The Brit- support   of   their    own   interests    as  may   sell   them.     President  Howard, | workmen  labor  under  this  heavy  re-
ish government ts tho executive com- wealth producers, those working peO-'0f  the Western  Fuel   Company,  and sponslbilltyi     An     Italian   workman
mitt.ee   of tho    class'/to which   the pio could easily obtain control of the I iutflt     Matared    uossession  of   the fyr*. oL consumption once said to a
above      The moro swoeninir (ho rob- .. ...   ...        , ..  ,.        ",(l enough, to became a wage-earner,
0   anovi.      iru   mora sweeping  '"^ '""" the case with tho American capitalist,   aickna™   ansumon   n   now   «nrl    mr..«
bery   perpetrated   by   thoso  capitalist ' r , aiCKness   assumes   a   new   ana    moie
'concerns,   and   tho    moro   completely   Tho lim8-   ,('an-   hungry-looking,  |an-| terrible   meaning   when   one   realizes
----».    »vl     I'uiiLii. in     pi i   wu o.  i 'liliired     toil    UMiiee      w.     . ".        ~.......    »«            j,,,-   ■ wuiu   vwm>j    "".>*'"   v...........   ...   .-..*.
(! is nothlna- to «nvv in Hie into rtoars.    He sits down nowuueruu,  c      Ml,ssrH    ilarinsworth  belong,  and   as  powers  of  government   and   bring   to
""ui who finds himself a prison*
'ho  tenth  pavilion,    especially
f really has had anything to do
Politics.
K«'ts there in this way:   Tho poire   suspicious   about   him,    or
"iat  meetings  are  hold  In his
F*; or some kind  friend  gives   a
P' hint to the head of the   gen-
Fes,   Whereupon he  te  shadowed.
is  brought in.  cigarettes nro handed
round,   and   the conversation  begins
.friend   of   mine   who  was  urging him
such holds iii trust for tho capitalist   :„,   ond   forever   the  piratical   expedi-,Nanaimo lnim'9 ,088  *han  three years  as n  inH,   hope to quit work  and go
class vast territories nnd other vulu-  tions nnd plundering schemes of thiev- since.     it   is   to   bo   presumed    that   to a sanitarium.     "No!    No!    Medio
able    things,    among    which   is   tlie
., i .l.l.,.r   mnn.    nolo     tlllniTS,     01   one      \wocn    io     uie
This conversation  is nothing mon    awe^ ™ g^,^ „f wI]j(.h this
• loss than a cros8"9xamlna«onpro- i   ncuss,on is n pnrti    |f the goVern-
ioiis to the form of a trial which is \mon\   \n  tho exorcise of its executive
oanerallV  gone  through  before a DO-  and   co-related    wisdom,    and  acting
g        XI,,,.. i„ H,«t0nced      Theob-  on  bohnlf of the capitalist class, sees
lilical prisonor is sontoncea.     ini.oo    ^   ^ ^   especial   favors  or   pri-
joct is to unnerve him to such a point vt,)(,j,1,s   |()  certaln   , nbers   of   that
that  he  niukes  a dean  breast of it c\aBSi^   n   surely   is  a   matter  calling
jid  gives   Information    against his  f0i    no   criticism  upon   the  part of
ng capitalists. possession was obtained by purchase,
Many severe lessons will yet be ro- aith„i,gh one can never bo really .sure
quired  to compel   the workers lo (lb- I   .      ,        '.    ... , ___ ..„„...,,,,
cover the truth, and tho right llno,ahout ** th'"8s in connection with
or iiclion. May strength and courngo capitalist transactions. It is well-
be given the llormsworths, their fel-'lgnown lo every ono that since ac-
low pirates and their government, to alii,ing poss-ssion tlie company has
administer the lessons and make them I .   . , _   , ,_ „„.,
sufficiently drastic to produce lasting I«xIX'n^' larM« •"»■"« «f "'on«y in "e»
results.
machinery and other costly improve- feet ly splendid
not yet at all! Me gotta bringa do
grub to ma' chil'."—From "Poverty," by Itobe.t  Hunter.
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United Hatters of North Amerfc
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tuA MMMMMdV.  if  i^ se^flea^  ?/> nay  '" ^"'-' ■- fc* '**e vtmmttttv} f>* bwaeb provnafiy it\*m   'oar" siM'y to pro- eMMcMaea  ty*   a r*aiiut»oa    ef the r
that  th*  *ea   ">*aJ r,f th*   aefstMar- f-' w'*"'"  '" '''$/•** v/.    *ra,rfcer on*Jdwe nvore than  "we    ear.  'awia>.'.-jt >- "--t ha.» »iw*>* a-aiiutd
MM*/«   *Ktt«MMMMM   ,r,   MMMai   »he  «^ bw.k.  .t, (*,Mit, *•  :ea*t -Iter a     An -»or_0/e   export   trade is   no b*hind  the  >o(dt«r and  hi*   military'
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There »» rv// wl**;* -w'Ff'hy (WJCMM  *•*> NMrwahy, aa MMMt*ied«ed mn-  'hey eaa Tomwrne. ot nv** ti.ac, th*y dv' .rn  of  a  rder    or  ruling class
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M»/«r«   pal  Utfh  aptm  >Ms turn has 1*+**'"'" MM  the stamp r/f hi* <Ha-«theawielv*.      It   ia   en    indication. It if r,ow what it always was.   the
faaaStaA ta atvaasing, ar ta ansfamn   aafaavat a\»m *>*h tt/nAurx tty ism*- howatar,    that    the    workers,    the «*-ar.* wiv-refcy  th- robber   <-iaas puts |
a*r Silvio*; the eeerafi wasp ta tba >** •*•* »* 'alM an iarnv tk*. U*- acalth-f*rod>^era,  of    that    country '** «eal ria-h    of./n ir«  pi icdenng
esrtewt ^ ^*-i» fm* tartUfU     tbata'.b&tiat, wl. onw-erely behavior.   MV* denied  the ot^'ortanity of   eoa- vhenya.     A   re.ognitioa   of   this   Mj
is ell ki»/»s fA >*i<\*wA at. haMi   M |*Bg "»'">> paft-ega* r*f.wed to eo«»-|*_aMf    the    tlda«-   iMty j*»d»^~de*aiCY^»^ the grant1
inglr s0
• ii'M
1* i
ywe ers hoyta* a TV A BAT ••» '•
t—• laloa LabM i- *»w*J l» it    " *
u '
MMB
th* G*a-_*
!_• looa* label* la his pojanai >n aod - -"^
«■>• In a  hat far yoa.  do cot  »w.tron W   **■•
labels la  retail  stor*s  are  co-ntarJ«'.'■-      1!
(hiioa Label 1* tarfaratM oa roar «d**>  "'
«*_* aa a pasta— stamp.     Coaotsrfdu    *    „
tiaMs psrtoraUd ea tane t*gm. s-d »°"'•,_,
oa two.    Jan. B   stMaoa Ca. ei PW»°W~
doo-odIow eeacara.
K .*
JOHM A.  MOFITTT.  PnjakMat. Ofmag*
MaRTO*    LAWXOR.   Secretary.    11   w *
hew Yath.
.»ny
a^vbM*»MMin'M-*nft-.
.J. 1   .i.,a««.,.n-,m<i. ^TffRnAV
July 8, itibo
THE ^STfcRK QLAJtlOMf. VAHOOtrtiBt, B, 0.
Lighter Vein S
Humor, Wit and Satire from
Scissors and Brush.
1UHN HIM DOWN.
retty maid, \t you discover
mt  vour anient,  pleading lover
"mis his un* 1U loftIluB lound lhe
town;
. his huir is tarried baugy
forehead, and he s slungy
hesitate a moment—
turn
him
down.
CHINK3U SUPERSTITION'.
Iln ins
Lii you
i-r
the nose thnt he ia using,
..  ,1U note his eyebrows fusing
the vi-iy least annoyance  muxes
dim irown,
IK- lias got a disposition.
Il.at uius  land \ou in perdition,
j you d better nerve yoursell and
turn
him
down.
If In- pays no marked attention,
Doesn't   even give it   mention,
Li.  you  meet him  in  a  new and
charming gown,
»how lii'» lo the do°r PoHtel>.
I'l.il him that his Sunday nightly
ni.s must be discontinued-
turn
him
down.
t li,- talks about the races,
lis his silver dollurs "cases"
lis \ou how he done up Smith and
,1 ones and Brown,
meets you with a swagger,
you catch a snifl ol lager,
iur nerve iu proper trim and
turn
him
down.
St nly well your pleading lover,
In- you may too late discover
(at   he 11   place   more   thorns  than
ruses in your crown;
\iid  ii anything about him
i-s you slightest cause  to doubt
it in u gentle way, but (him,
turn
him
down.
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WR1TEB  OF  ADVENTUKES.
li In
IVntl
61   J
China is still in many waj s centuries behind Uie rest of the world.
As evidence of this a story is told
in regard to the Chinese \ iceroy who
directs the ullairs of the province ot
Chili. Although he- hus usually been
considered one of the more progressive ol the Chinese rulers, the following is  told of him:
At Wuchung the countiy roads were
in u very bad condition, paiticdlurly
in crossing a hill near the town
which was known us the "serpent s
back." During thu viceroy's ul seuco
some of the under olliciuls attempted
to improve the road, aud in so doing
cut down the mass of the hill, lowering the level of the road. Thus a
useful public wow was accomplished.
On the viceroys return he was taken
ill, and according lo the story his
medicine men persuaded him that the
"serpent" was angry at. the wounds
made in him by lowering the road.
Chang accepted his illness as punishment, for ai tacking the serpent, and
ga\o orders lor the immediate filling
up of the cuttings. This was done,
the groat man got rid of his disease,
"and (he plague was stayed.'' if
this is true, It shows a superstition
among prominent Chinamen that w«
should baldly have expected in the
twentieth c.-ntury, particularly with
a viceroy who lias been brought so
closely in contact wilh foreigners.
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A HAD EXAMPLE.
Hudson Tuttle, the Ohio lecturer,
made an address recently wherein ho
described the pitfalls of the lecluru
platform.
"One pitfall," Mr. Tuttle said, "is
the unwise choice of examples and
proofs.
A temperance lecturer wished to
prove to his audience the deudly power of  whiskey.
"Accordingly, he caused a drop ol
water to be magnified and thrown
upon a mggic luntern screen. The
picture was a terrible one. Worms
bigger thun pythons, crabs bigger
thun elephants, spiders the size oi a
ship, fought together in the drop of
water like liends in the infernal regions.
"The lecturer now caused
of whiskey to be udded to
ter.
" 'Watch, friends,' he said,
the whiskey's effect.'
"The effect was marvelous. The
liquor killed ull those ferocious horrors Instantly. Their vast claws
and tentacles, and feelers stilTeuod.
All became peaceful und still.
"An old lady in the front row
whispered hoarsely in her husband's
ear;
" ' Well, .lube/, that settles me.
I'll   never   drink   water   again    thoiit
——.
THIS WINNER OP THE LOT.
Editor uf Western Clarion:
Dear Sir:—Will you kindly inform
the proletariat ol Vancouver nnd vicinity through the columns of your
paper "which they nil should read
if they don't," Hint the city lot ruffled by this Local was drawn by Mr
William .1. N'ahinec, of North Van-
coin or, who bought ticket No. 125
from Comrade Neelands, of Cedar
Cove. Vancouver.
Mr. Nahinee has now got his title
to the property through ihe agency
ol Mr. Thos. Matthews, the popular
Hastings street  real estate agent.
Thanking you in anticiputrion of
.tour kind indulgence, I remain, youis
for the ilest nut inn of slavery in all
forms and tin- uplifting uf the whole
race,
David P. Mills,
Soc'y Vancouver Loral No. l,
Socialist  Daily  .,f  Canada.
Vancouver,  July (1,  1005.
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It is ulwuys sad to read ol the pre-
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id thc sadness is accentuated when,
in Mr. Cluy Uoothby's case, a freUlu
Dik  by his hand conies out almost
the-   hand is   cold, Thc auther of
Crime  of   tho    Linder-Seas.'just
Ibllshed by   Ward,     Lock and Co.,
ed his popularity to the fact that
ull our writers oi books of adveii-
|n- he  had  gone   through   most ad-
[itincs   himself.   Ho     had   been    a
ttker   und a stowaway    on   tramp
tamers   in   the   Far East;   he had
,.d  across   Australia  as  a  sun-, r
iwner; he hud been through dens of  *  rJ_	
Eiger   und   iniquity  in  Asia whiih
u;. ui lioiui-s    uro  incapable  of con-
Ping, nnd yet he was the grandson
un l-'.nglish judge. Alter writing a
buk which came near to being great
a elicited the warm encomiums oi
Kipling,he found  his  public,and
|itli<d down to spinning plain yarns
wild udventure.    His literary pro-
s    in    one    year    were    os.,   and
the   next    £5,000.      lu  another
-ar tin- profits rose to about double
|ut   sum.    The   Windsor   Magazine
his fortune.
a   drop
tho  wa-
' Watch
-o-
1'OSEU.
Qwipg to  the dreadful  groans that
were for somi- time heard lo proceed I
from a notorious Uboral-Labor skate
of  Nanaimo,   the  Great  tine's  brain
was said to be in labor,  und nearly
every  one  in  Canada awaited,    with
breathli-ss   expectancy,   to  see  what
would be brought forth.    At last out !
crept a tiny little union label niousi-,
which wits immediately pounced upon
and   killed,   by   thi-     Senatorial   cat.
The groans at once ceased.
 ■—' o
A Herman battleship rams and
sinks a. torprjdoboat. Three of the
latter'8 crew are scalded to death b.v
escaping steam in consequence. The
mishaps attending (Tie handling of
these engines of destruction, even in
times of peace, make them nearly as
deadly as in times of war. Still the
ruling class must have them in order
to maintain its glorious rule. The
pity of it is that this class can avoid
furnishing the crews from its own
ranks.
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scr's arrest on a charge of embezzlement. Tho dispatches fail to state
whether he is a Republican or a
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DO  NOT FORGET
THE
suid       Ihe       teacher,
cape?"
is land extending into the
William,
is   water
define   a  gulf,''
extending   into
A GENEROUS BRIDEGROOM,
People are said to differ -pei-hapa on
question more than as to the pro-
i tip for a wedding fee. Then-are
■any stories told in this connection,
Lt the (flowing is certainly unique.
Miles   having     the  virtue   af  being
Uite true. Dr. Madison C. Peters
■as the victim. He chanted to be
lopping in a small town one suin-
per when a couple from the noigh-
brhood asked for his services, lt
■us a  very  isolated  place,   and   the
tuple    were   unsophisticated.      The
pK-tnuny   over,   the   bridegroom   ap-
itii tied   the  clergyman   confidently,
lith   extended    hand.     It  contained
hii'i- half dollars.
Now  just  help yourself,  parson,"
kid  he.      "Don't    be   modest,    but
Juke all you want."
I Tlie  doctor's  good   taste  prompted
pin,  of course,  to  take  out  one   of
■lie loins.
|<ine  of  the  boat  achemes  adopted
a   business   man   to   protect   his
|n-ek from forgery is one peculiar to
At a school examination the teacher was so pleased With his class that
he said they could ask him any
Ojuestion they liked. Some (juestions
were asked and replied to.
•Seeing one little fellow in deep
thought, the teacher asked him lor
u question, 'ihe boy answered with
a grave face:
"Please, sir, if you wus in a soft
mud heap up to your neck, and 1 waa(
to throw a brick at j our head,
would you  duck?"
The unswer is not recorded.
 o
The Dunsmuirian dignity has been
seriously offended by the Inited
States quarantine officers at the
mouth of the Columbia river. James
Dunsmuir, King of Vancouver Island,
und his party, on board his steam
yacht Thistle, wero stopped by the
officials, and their health, sanitary
and other conditions Inquired into
before they were allowed to proceed
on their way to Portland. To be
thus rudely overhauled, and perchance fumigated just like ordinary
mortals is an insult to the dignity
of ihe Dunsmuirian dynasty that
■ hould arouse the ire Of every loyal
subject, und cause them to fly to
arms in the Royal defence. As tlie
party was found to be not sufficiently filthy of habit, or*'unkempt lu appearance, to warrant being turned
away from Undo Sum's shores, it is
to be hoped by all peace lovers that,
tin- insult will be lorgut ten, und
international complications not occur.
"Jimmy
"what's u
"A cape
water."
"Correct
"A   gulf
the lund."
"Good,
eager-looking boy
tain?"
Christopher shot up from his seat
so suddenly ns to startle the visitor,
and promptly responded: "A mountain is land extending into the air."
Youth'sCompanion.
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JAPANESE   I ACNCIIING  CUSTOM
Christopher,"  to a small,
"what is a moun-
When n vessel is about, to be bum- |
died   in   Japan,   a   large  cage,   filled i
with birds,   is  usually hung over the
bow.     As   the   ship  elides   into    the I
water  the  birds are released.     It   is
belie-.ed   that   tho  birds   bring   good
luck   to  the  sliij.  when she  begins her
life on the sen.
 o	
A new style of boys' trousers has
been invented in lloston with a copper seal, sheet iron knees, rivet ted
down   in   the   seams,   and   waterproof i
pockets to hold
broken  eggs.
—o	
l.nugh  at  all   things,
Great or  small  things,
Sick or well,  at sea or shore;
While we're (piaffing,
I.c-t'8 have laughing,
Who the devil cares for more?
—Dyron.
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UOOI'airei.   linolllintmllout.   Bio TilOiI 6-J inoliet.
• I"ii-st-cIhhs iii quality, second-class Inglzo."
Specimen paircs, etc. of both
limiks sun'., ou application.
iG.dC.MERRIAMCO.
Publishers,
Springfield, Mass,
M.  (irillln,  a merchant
«1<I,   N.J.      Every   iheck
pi.tiin   writes he  signs  in
ay,   but   in   addition,   he
H*  right   thumb   with   red
presses  it   down  upon  the  figures  in
corner of the check.    This covers j
(in- figiins  with a  light coating
The private wealth of Australia
,.f Plain- lumounts to no less thun £1181 ,'.'7'.»,-
that Mr. 000, which gives an average of £249
the usual for each inhabitant, though oven this
moistens | figure is regarded as underestimated,
ink   and —Exchange.
\n average of nearly 11,800   each
would   not   be  so   bud,   if  each    one
of!had that  amount,  but  the joke of it
nk which leaves the imprint of tho
Ines of the thumb clearly
ml lined, and no figures can
raised without the fnct being nl>-
farent. It is well known that no
|wo thumbs in the world will leave
fhe same imprint, thus Mr. Grltlin's
P'a'k is all his own. In the local
I'uiks no check of his would l»e hon-
Ked without, his mark, and the risk
Pf "sing the wrong tint of ink or of
fiaklng a failure in trying to imitate
P>e thumb mark has deterred any
f»e from attempting to forge his
lignature.
I'opfry  is   at   last   classified.     ThP
Vnshington  Post    tells   a   story    of
loine children     who   were  discussing
►ho perfections and -usefulness of their
espective fathers.    "My father is the
Jest man in the world," said one Ht-
T'e girl.     "He is    a  minister.     Ho
(Hakes people go to church."    "Mino
best," piped up another.    "He's a
"Odor.     Ho makes sick  people well,
Jo they can go to church."   Three or
F'»iir more enlarged  upon  the benefit
fhe world derived from their fathers,
pd finally it came to the turn of a
pweet blue-eyed little girl.    "My pa-
>n s best of all," she said.   "He's a
poet '     "A   poet?"    said    another,
Uoinlng   the group.     "Why,  a   poet
r.s» t  a profession.    It's a disease.—
san Francisco Star.
is thai about one out of every hundred holds not only Ids own average
but that of the other ninety-nine.
fo the latter it should be comforting to know thut their share is £240
each, nnd Inat the other fellow is
holding it in trust for them. This
is much better than lo hold it themselves. They might foolishly spend
it and then  they would be broke.
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Tho navies of the world are used
as a means of intimidating the weaker nations into submitting to tho
buccaneering enterprises of tho
stronger, and they receive the applause of the world for .--o doing.
Wheii the Kntaz 1'oletnkln and her
crew proceed to do a little intimidating in favor of the Russian llevo-
Itilionists, she becomes the "Terror
of (ho lllack Sen,'' und hor crew
"outlaws, brigands, bucimeers. mutineers, pirates," etc. It evidently
makes n difference as to whoso ox Is
gored.
 o
An explosion occurred in thc Tidewater Coal Mine at Vivian, West
Virginia, on July "», injuring nine
Italian miners. Throe of them
Inter,1 and others ure so
injured us to leavi
of recovery-    The
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PLATFORM OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF CANADA
We, the Socialist Party of Canada,
in conventi in a ; embled, affirm ou ■
-llegiance to and support of the principles and prog.an; of the international revolutionary working class.
Labor produces all wealth, and to
labor it should ;u>tly belong.. To the
owners of the means of wealth production belongs the product of labor.
The present ecutf' mic system is based
upon capitalist ownership of the
means of wealth production; therefore
all the products of labor belong to
the capitalist class. The capitalist is
master; the worker is slave.
So long as the capitalists remain in
possession of the reins of government
all the powers of the state will be
used to protect and defend their property rights in the means of wealth
production and their control of the
product of labor.
The capitalist system gives to the
capitalist an ever-swelling stream of
profits, and to the worker an ever-
increasing measure of misery and degradation.
Tbe interest of the working class
lies in the direction of setting itself
free from capitalist exploitation by the
abolition of the wage system. To accomplish this necessitates the transformation of capitalist property in
the means of wealth production into
collective or working-class property.
The irrepressible conflict of interests between the capitalist and the
worker is rapidly culminating in 1
struggle for possession of the powef
of government—the capitalist to hold
the worker to secure it by political
action.   This is the class struggle.
Therefore, we call upon all workers
to organize under the banner of the
Socialist Party of Canada with the object of conquering the public powers
for the purpose of setting up and enforcing the economic, program, of
the working class, as follows:
1. The transformation, as rapidly
as possible, < t capitalist property in
the means of wealth production (natural resources, factories, mills, railways, etc.,) into the collective property of the working class.
a. Thorough and democratic organization and management of industry by the workers.
3. The establishment, as speedily
I as possible, of production for use instead of production for profit.
" The Socialist Party, when in office,
shall always and everywhere until the
present system is abolished, make the
answer to this question its guiding
rule of conduct:. Will this legislation
advance the interests of the working
class and aid the workers in their class
struggle against capitalism? If it will
the Socialist Party is for it; if it will
not, the Socialist Party is absolutely
opposed to it.
In accordance <"itfi this principle the
Socialist Party pledges itself to conduct all tl e public affairs placed in
its hands !-> such a manner as to promote tru interests of the working class
alone.
f APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF CANADA "\
gf   the undersigned, hereby apply for membership in
Local.
.Socialist Parly of Canada.
I recognize ihe class struggle between tbe capitalist class and the working
class to lie a struggle for |ioliticul spremacy, i. e. possession of the reins of
government, and which necessitates the organization of the workers into a
political parly, distill st from and opposed to all parties of the capitalist class.
If admitted lo membership I hereby agree to maintain or enter into no
relations with any other political j arty, and pledge myself to support by voice,
vote aud all other legitimate means the ticket and the program of the Socialist
Party of Canada only.
Applicant	
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SATURDAY
prove  the  contrary  to be  the case,
however.
In the face of a century of unbroken and disastrous defeats, this reasoning being, this workingman, still
persists in attempting the impossible task. The instinct of a wood-
chuck would be quite sufficient to
point  out   to   that   interesting  liule [manner
port themselves In accordance with Were this not so Hie goods would be
the wise rulings of tho upright judi- consumed at homo instead of being
cial package, nnd by means of a pro- iship|ied abroad. The ''we" and
nunciamento, couched in genuine "our" used by the defenders of cai>i-
commodity language and breathing :tnlist property refer punly to the
the truly rebellious commodity spirit^ class that is in control of production
they flung their doll at the Murasky and consequently to whom this en-
package     in    the    following   stirring   oraious   volume   of     exports   belong.
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SATURDAY
July 8,  1905
REASON  AND INSTINCT.
Man is supposed to be possessed of
reasoning   faculties,    and   capable   of
being guided  in  his  actions  by    the
conclusions arrived at as a result of
the exercise  of such  faculties.     The
so-called   lower  animals  arc not  accredited   with  reasoning  powers,   but
are commonly supposed to be guided
in their acts by instinct alone.    Just
how broad and easily recognized the
distinction    betwixt    reason  and   instinct may be has not yet been clearly  explained.     Be  that  as  it  may,
however,   and    grunting   that  u  distinction  does exist,  it  would appear
from observing the actions of animals
whether  of   the  two-legged  or  more-
legged kind,   that  those  supposed ' to
be guided   by  instinct are us a rule
more rational  in  their conduct,  and
logical   aud     wise   in    their   actions
than  those    whom  it  is  alleged are
guided   by   reason.     it   is   a   well-
known fact  that the lower animal is
as  a,  rule   exceedingly   chary   of  attempting the second time to travel a
road that upon the first trial led to !
painful experience  and   Overwhelming
disaster.     Though  he  may   keep  his
objective   in   view,   he   will  endeavor
to reach it by some route that .will
enable  him      to   avoid   again   lulling
victim lu his    former   uncomfortable
experience.     Hare,  indeed,  is il,  among thu lower animals, that a multitude of experiences becomes necessary
. to teach  them  lo avoid following   a
course thut must inevitably leud   to
overwhelming disaster.   Though their
instinctive avoidance  oi  danger may
at  times  bu dulled  by   the judicious
application   of   thut   which   will   powerfully  appeal   to  the instinctive demands  of   their  stomachs,   us  a rule
their     supposed    instinct  tjcls   us  u
tolerably  sale guide in keeping them
out of trouble.
Vol so with the two-legged animal
with his   wonderful   reasoning  faculties.    He will get a notion into his
fool head that by pursuing a certain
course,  certain  desirable results  will
be reached.     lie makes the attempt,
and instead of realizing those happy
results   that   he  had  fondly  pictured
in  his  mind,    meets   wilh  experience
most   painful     and   disastrous.     As
soon us he recovers his wind, restores,
his  mental  equilibrium  and gets his
reasoning  faculties  into  good  working order again,  he repeats the performance  and   once  more  reaps   his
reward    in    painful    experience    and
disaster,    it might be supposed that
a repetition of  the disastrous experience would  teach him  the  folly   of
further attempts along the same line
and suggest the advisability of seeking out some passible wuy of attaining the end sought.    Not so, however, for just as soon as his reason
box gets to  work again he repeats
his folly, and so on, ad libitum, ad
infinitum.
For the past century at least the
workingmen have, at repeated spasmodic intervals, attempted to circumvent the working of those economic laws that govern the production
of commodities and determine tbe
basis of their exchange. That is,
they have been busily engaged in trying to successfully buck the "Iron law
of wages" and render it inoperative.
animal the impossibility of his seal
ing n perpendicular cliff, and the
same instinct would lead him to try
other ways of surmounting the obstacle. And yet the reasoning faculties of the workingman appear unequal to the task of pointing out
to him the impossibility of scaling
the perpendicular cliff of wages,
against which he is hold by all the
legislative, judicial and executive
machinery of government. If instead
ol his reasoning faculties, he possessed the instinct of a woodchuck, it is
safe to assume that he would no
longer waste his energy in foolish
attempts to scule the clilf, but would
soon find an easier route loading to
the heights above and beyond it.
lt does not require reasoning faculties of a particularly high order to
realize thut with a labor murkot fully or over-supplied with labor power,
its price (wages) cannot be forced
up. Even tne instinct of a wood-
chuck, und 11 dilapidated one at that,
ought to be equal to the task
realizing such  a  palpable fact.  -
Neither is it difficult to understand
that the wage system, for the workers, is the result of tne present or
capitalist system of property in the
meuns of wealth production, and that
capitalist is merely the modern term
for master, while wage-earner is the
modern term for slave. The relationship existing between the wage-earner and the capitalist is the same as
that which existed between the feudal serf and his lord, or the chattel
slave and his master. In each case
tlie former was the wealth maker,
and  the latter  the  wealth owner.
The reasoning faculties of even a
very ordinary person ought to be
equal to the tusk af figuring out that,
the power held by the capitalist over
the workingman arises from the fact
that he owns the means whereby the
worker must live. This being so, it
logically follows lhat he is in complete command of the workingman's
pow0r to labor, und therefore of his
very life. So long as he remains in,
possession of the means whereby tho
workingman lives the capitalist will
continue in command of his labor,
and confiscate his products. That is
the function of capital and the mission of the capitalist.
Nearly   every    chump    in    Canada
knows the  title to
lished   by
From tlie capitalist standpoint '-'we
nro producing wore than "we" can
I consume, and ''our'' export trade
proves the fact. It also furnishes un
indication of "our" growth in wealth
ond  power.
Tho   individual   who   would   persist
.in  producing   more   wealth  than    he
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  could   consume   would   be   considered
ings, and are without color of equity [a fit subject   for an insane asyluinn.
he would limit  the ex-
piodiictive   powers   to
•conform   to   bis    requirements   as    a
.consumer of wealth.    The same would
a'loly   to   nn   aggregation   of   people,
ia  nation,   wee  it   not  lor   the  fact
Ithe public nnd  thereby secure public  that   present   nations  are not   made
support in nil  legitimate efforts   to ',„, ,)f w„nlth lnak„rs  (workers).  ,mt
therefore,   0)   wealth   takers   (capitalists).     The
more  rapidly    the  productive forces
_   .       _. , . Francisco j un   bo  driven,   the  greater  the  sur-
Labor Council, That we reiterate, tho plus value accruing to the capital-
right of organized labor, as of any | jsts. This in a large measure ex
individual    or    body   of   citizens,   to
"Whereas, numerous injunctions
have been issued while others are
now pending against the Labor Council, and thc unions alliliated therewith;  ond
"Whereas, In most instances these
injunctions have been issued upon ex-
parte  and  largely  perfunctory  hear
or approval of law, and, in fact, are j Were he sane
contrary to law;  and erciso   of   his
"Whereas, the intended effect of
these injunctions is lo deprive the
members of organized labor of tho
right   to  present  their  grievances  to
__ Every Local of the Socialist
Party of Canada should run a car-1
under this bead. $1.00 per month.
Secretaries please note.
SOCIALIST PARTY OF CANADA.
I hindquarters, Vancouver, B. C.
Dominion Executive Committee,
A. R. Stebbings, John E. Dubberley,
Ernest Hums, 0. Peters, Alf. T.eahf
A. J. Wilkinson, treasurer; ,1,'G.
Morgan, secretary, 551 Barnard St.,
Vancouver, B, C.
=S ^SSSSw
improve   labor   conditions;
be it
"Resolved,   by   the   San
make public or personal upjieal by
means of the strike, boycolt, pickol
or other lawful means, to print, cir-
of Iculate or otherwise express our grievances, both in particular and in general cases, and to urge upon all
friends and sympathizers in the ranks
of organized labor und among the
public at large that they support us
by withholding their patronage from
and in every other proper manner
bringing their influence to bear upon
unfair employers; further
"Kesolved, That it is the determination of this council to insist at
all   limes and  in  all  cases  upon  the
vttlue accruing to
! ists, This in a large
presses itself in export trade, the
volume of which Indicates to what
extent the capitalists of a givei country nre extending their economic dominion over the people of other countries.
A liime export trade is by no
means an indi ation of the prosperity lyiiong the workers of th- exporting country. On the contrary it is
an unerring indication of their in-
j tense exploitation. It is one of the
evidences of their robbery.
j Over $800,000,000 of the year's
exports consisted of agricultural
products, i. e., food stuffs.    And yet
LOCAL VANCOUVER. No. 1, S. P.
of C. Business meetings every
Wednesday evening In the headquarters, Ingleside block (room 1,
second floor), 313 Cambie street.
Educational meetings every Sunday
evening at S o'clock in the Sullivan
Hall, Cordova street. D. P.
Mills, secretary, Box 8.10, Vancouver, B.  C.
Phoenix Trades~and 1 *i^
Meets    evc-rv    «b    ab°r Co_l
John  Riordan, »' &   M
Brown, vice-ores „ Z-\ W
casse lergeant-at-arm ! u   !|
burysecretary-tr;i    ;WH,
198,  Phoenix, li. <_■     cr> " 0.1
Phoenix
W. K.
;v7;inv > Vo„•,£35 si
hall.   Wm. Barneti _   ln &1
Nanaimo Miners' Union"^ n
f. M. meets ever, th"?'M
** J"ly 2.   Alfred A     l*
LOCAL VICTORIA, No. 2, S. P. of
0. II. .1. H. Harper, secretary,
Rock  Hay Hotel,  Victoria,  B.  C.
LOCAL 1IEVELSTOKK, No. 7. H.
Seigfried, secretary, P.O. box 20H,
Hevelstoke,   B.   C.
LOCAL NANAIMO, No. 8. Daniel
Livingstone, secretary, Box 452,
Nanaimo,  11.   C.
.Box 259.  Nana,,,,,
ing secretary.
ood, p
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ESTAlll.isn
i-.D
1894
LOCAL VANANDA, No 22. Edward
Upton, secretary, Vananda, Texada
Island,  B,  0.
KllWAIIli  ItlRI).
UFO.   K
A. 0.  I1KVH)K-JA(*
MCI'IKISSIN
BIRO, BRYOON-MGK i McCROSMN
BARKISTERH, SOLICITORS, ETC
RhIIwhv Block.
324 Hasting* Stmt
Tel. fin.   P.O. Box 932
-     ViKMvtr, I. C.
the improvement of the conditions ol l«
labor; further
"Resolved,   That   we     deplore    tho
well-established     tendency     of   some j
courts   to  issue   injunctions
imple declaration of injury to business   by   the  petitioner   and   without
property is estab-
govermuent, and without
this power at its back no title would
hold water, as the expression goes.
Every tyro knows that government
is the only power great enough to
establish title to property. Neither)
chattel slave property, feudal property nor capitalist property could standi
for a moment, once the control of
government fell  into hostile hands.
So long as government remains in
the hands of the hei eficiaries of capitalist property, so long will the
workers be held against the perpendicular cliff of wage slavery. So long
as they waste their energies attempting tne -impossible task of scaling it
the capitalists will remain secure in
their control of the powers of government, the sole point of vantage from
which their scheme of exploitation
can bo held intact. Once the workers centre their attack
point of vantage    they
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ there  are millions  of people in    the
exercise of the right herein cited and i Inited States who did not have the
reiterated, as in keeping not only 'necessary or proper amount of food
with the laws of our community and -to enable them to live as becomes
country, but also with our duty to jthe civilized being. Countless thous-
strive earnestly  and  persistently  for lands of  them did not have a decent
Square meal during the entire year.
SUU . our" export trade increased,
uod "we" grew rich.
Tho balance of the year's exports
upon a consisted largely of machinery to be
set up in foieign countries,  thus en-
    sibling   Ihe  working people of   those
reference to the much larger question  countries   10   produce   a   surplus   for
injury to busi- [capitalist   masters  to riot  upon and
   out of which  to in turn build up an
namely,  the question   of   the lunda-  export trade, to Still other countries.
mental right of the individual to give- |   A   rapidly   increasing  export  trade
or withhold patronage or custom, as ;ulso indicates that the economic pow-
he or she may see fit, with its corol-   er of the exporting country has been
lary of the right to advise the   giv    thoroughly  well  mobilized under
ing   or   withholding   of   such   patron- hands   of  capitalists,   and   that
age  or custom;   und  we declare   the  scipicnily
issuance   of   injunctions   under    those
circumstances  to  be a misuse of the ^^^^^^
cOurts   for   the   furtherance   of   class [becoming circumscribed.     This forces |'feelinK of horror »s excited when the
interest,   a  condition   subversive    of jthe capitalists  to unload their plun
law and therefore calculated, whether  der
knowingly or otherwise,  to bring tlie
involved  (even where
ness'    may    be    leasonably
the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ cou-
the  opportunities  for new
'capitalist    investments    into    which
surplus  products  can  be poured    are
mass of thc people, though perhaps
unconsciously, and it is emphasizing
itself by an increasing hatred for
militarism, and contempt for those
who engage in it. So pronounced is
this becoming that in those recent
capitalist wars like the Spanish-American, Boer-British und Uusso Japanese, the slaughter of thousands of
I soldiers excites no jx-rson's horror,
in fact it is looked upon with far
greater composure than would be tlie
indiscriminate slaughter of so many
pigs.
The average man feels a thrill of
horror at the shooting down of helpless und unarmed people by the military, but no person with human
blood in his veins experiences anything but satisfaction when the tu-
bles are turned and soldiers lose
their lives at thc hunds of the class
which usually furnishes them victims.    There is a reason for this,   A
The VOICE!
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cause of l.dior.        llle,
For one dollar Uu- ,„.,..,   ,,,,
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Worki
one )Mr
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wwitiiigittenofa,, ,„rj„ J
soon recogniw,!,, f,ci T^jl
must .-.ppo,, ami „,,,) thei/.'l
papers. "
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institutions of tne law into deserved
contempt of all justice-loving citizens." ...
Hut the judicial authority on commodity etiquette was not disposed to
allow his just decisions to be thus
ruthlessly     trodden
upon other countries, i.
up an export trade.
build
So long ns the economic power
(power of wealth production) is lift
in thu control of the capitalists, i.e.,
so long ns the means of production continue to function
as     capital,      th
plundering   pro-
it   possible   U
a country  the necessar
upon  by  unruly I cess    which    makes    it   possible   to
und illbehaved members of  the  tribe export from
of   commodity.      He  had   the  entile   ies   of  life  while  its  own  people  are
horse, hoof and dragoons,
cited to appear before him and show
cause  why   they  should  not  be  pun
ished
upon    this
bunch,   uvik.    11001    anu   iimnnnnc   'starving  will  continue.
The     capitalist      exploitation
goods  is  not  only  a crime
or contempt of court,    if they-the  working people of Uie
succeed in getting what is coming to
them in the shape of nice little terms
behind   the  bars,   it  is   to   bo  hoped
the experience will prove such a salutary lesson that they will come forth
capture it by sheer force of numbers
With the powers of government in
their hands Uie workers can effect
such a change In property ownership
and control as the needs of the working class demand. That change is
the transformation of capitalist property in the means of wealth production into the collective property of
the   working  class.
This "consumation so devoutly to
be wished" would no doubt bu hastened If the workers possessed
two-legged reasoning faculties,
more four-legged  instinct.
may easily at  the end of  their  terms,  resportu-
Ible, decorous and well-behaved commodities, and never again bring
shame and discredit upon their honored   tribe.
From   again   reading   the   accounts  ^^^^^^^^
of this interesting episode, it appoara..jby   the  uprise  of  an  intelligent pro-
that   Judge   Murasky   did   not   issue  letariot,   the   better   for   the  human
the injunction  which  these commodi- race,
ty desperadoes proceeded to denoume.
__-__■
against
exporting
country, but it is also a crime
against the people of the country
into which they are imported, for the
reason that they become the means
of reducing such people to thc condition of vassals to capitalist property, und therefore subject to its
merciless exploitation.
...From the standpoint of labor tho
whole capitalisl scheme is a crime.
The sooner it  is put out of business
less
and
UNRULY   COMMODITIES.
Some other judge issued it, which
goes to show lhat Murasky is not
the only judicial package on the
California  counter.
MILITARISM.
Whib
EXPORT TRADE,
-o-
large numbers of people gathered upon the streets of Vancouver
while   the  military   was    engaged   in
savage beast destroys the man, but
satisfaction is felt when the man destroys the savage beast.
If there are any who still believe
the soldier to be anything other than
a savage beast, they need but read
the history of his achievements to
become convinced of their error. As
the soldier's mission is to kill and
his training is of necessity audi as
to enable him to accomplish that
mission, it logically follows that his
culling can -*inly appeal to, and do-
velope his most savage, brutal and
ferocious qualities. Murder is not a
trade calling for manly qualities. In
]fact, it is one that cannot be pursued without the entire absence of
siich qualities. The trade of the
soldier is one of cold-blooded premeditated murder, as it is as a rule
practiced upon those whom the
dier has probably never seen,
who never did him nny harm
his trade is practiced upon
fellow-countrymen, his
friends and relatives,
occurring   in   Russia, _
not supply  words  with  which  to
press   the   magnitude    of
Murder
It would bo well for those who
feel disposed to allow their boys to
receive a training in the art of murder, to read the following, by Spar-
ticus   in   the  Winnipeg   Voice,     lt is
SMOKE
Kurtz's 0*11 *.,
Kurtz's Pioneers [|
Spanish Blossoms
C. PETERS a-1
lland-Muile Boots aud sluts loordtrnl
at] aiylt's.   Kv\m\\nif pretnutly andi,<til
ly done,     block   <>(  aUiult   ready-wJM
BJlOrt iitwuys 011 ruiuti
1491 WtttaiMter Ave      Maul i
TAKE YOUR HAT TtJ THE |
HAT HOSPITAL
1S5 Cordova Street
And   have   it.   rejuvenated with |
life.   Old Hals Cleaned, Pressed 1
Made as Good  as    .New   by eij
workmen and at moderate cost.
Elijah Lean).
THE  MODERN   HAP  RESTOB
Sol-
and
When
his   own
neighbors,
as is iwen now
language   does
ex-
the   crime.
is  too  tame  altogether.
J parade, one very noticeable thing wns (offered as an indicatl
the absence of
of
There is a bunch of commodities in
San Francisco known as the Labor
Council, which is getting an excellent rod in pickle for itself just because the individual packages con-
'stituting the bupch, did not under-
As the economic laws Inherent in any'stand just how far a commodity
system of human society, and which j could go in the direction of assert-
shape its institutions, establish its .h>g its commodityhood without be-
customs, habits, morals, and h»g discredited and outlawed accord-
ethics, and determine the relations jhig to the moral and ethical code of
existing between the individuals com- jits tribe. It seems that according
posing it, aro inexorable, because to this code it is considered a breach
not man-made, it is needless to say j°' ethics for ono commodity or bunch
that the sum total of the working- ,of them to "bawl out" another one
man's achievements in bucking the ,or bunch,, in public, at least after a
"iron law of wages" is summed up certain fashion known as a boycott,
in the one word, failure. A c«,'tain learned package known as
There is no evidence worthy of con- [Judge Murasky, an acknowledged au
sideration  to   show  that  all  of
effort put forth
on commodity etiquette and 'require    to
^^^^^^     the |thority
as>on  this  line has behavior  put   tho  stamp  of  his  dis-
uct by issu-
 ._ . ,«_-■__________-_■______________________________■£-   an injunction, for-
extent of even one farthing. There bidding such unseemly behavior But
is all kinds of evidence at hand   to |the unruly packages refused to' com-
, **s________*«_____________*_________r-  —  enthusiasm  upon   the
Capita ist paper. on the other aide , part of either soldiers or spectators.
«, , Z _? greatIy e,ftted over j Somehow or other the trade of mur-
the splendid showing being made by icier is not so popular as it once was
the export trade of the United States and even the individual who.se stock
for the. fiscal year ending June 30. (of brains Is so limited as to Sow
Completed figures to May 31 show .himself to don its garb can scorn.
the value of export, ror the eleven'disguise the .act thai, he' ,'nsUnXe
laonths ending with that date amoun- ly feels his shame     WhenTh T
ted tn «i ■iiiTosn^n     ,.,.. . »»uinc.     wnen thousands
tea to *3,397,250,140.    The exports : of  people   will   line
for month of June added to this will  watch    the
easily  bring  the  total for the year pgrade with
up  to   the  1*    billion  mark.     These  thusiasm,   interest    and    admiration
papers,   of course,  point  to  this en-  they   would   bestow aaml'ation
ormous export as    an   evidence   of 'drove
"our"  prosperity,  and
on of the heights
t is possible for the human animal
to attain once he becomes thoroughly trained in the art of murder. Having  read    it  and  become
the  streets    and
passing    of   a  military
same degree  of en
tile
comment approvingly upon "our" ability to produce more than  "we"
An enormous
indication that
con consume,
export   trade  is   no
resulted in advancing, or in any man- 'approval upon such cond
ner altering tho average wage to the 'ing what is called
upon  a   passing
ol pigs,  it speaks volumes for
the  rapid  awakening  of  the   public
conscience   to    u  realization    of  the
awful crime thut has always skulked
, lbehind  th0  "oWicr   and  his  military
the   people  of   any 1 trappings.    The purpose of the mill
country  are    producing    more    thanitary has always been to en ol   he
they can consumo, or more than they I dictum   of   a   ruler     or
J ' comfortably    maintain against  an exploited 01
themselves       It    is    an    indication,  it   Is now  what it alwavs'"va7   the
however,    that    the    workers,    the j means whereby the robber cTJU pm
final  cinch
  thoroughly satisfied with the innate nobility
of the soldier's calling the reader is
advised to get his boy as speedily
as possible cither into the militia or ' tigoi »/*tl
the Church lads' brigade.
"Some years  ago  some   Christi
expedition   to   avenge   iho muro)
[and exact nn idemnlty.    We aU:J
. a general  idea of the shamela* 1
bery  and   worse  crimes imlulged
by  the representatives "f the fit
Nuzarine   on     that    expedition
those things were proved to have!
been  idle hearsay, but genuine ■
at the trial of one Captain Mml"!
one of the Italian otllcers etifltf^
Uhe     march   on    Pekin.    "W'101
have testified thut tbe liulinn offl
commuted     ads     which   miuio"
classified  as    apything but 'on
burglary   while   in   Chins," ^J'11
daily   press,    "and     that orticer* <
other nationalities were little Wiwj
It  wns proved   that this ta
human form had not only a***l
Chinese  women,   but  he had sin
tcrocl   his   victims,   the  sight ol
blood   intoxicating  him *° "*'
times he would  lid. his swordi
joying the taste of blood on it a\
he were a wild animal.    This»
than brute wns "an officer and'
tleman,"   a  fit   product of the'
jysteni     which   »•'«
against  man  in   the    fierce SW
tor a living.
live'
ruling  class
slave  class.
wealth-producers, of that country
are denied the opportunity of consuming    the    thing,    .they produce.
the
schemes.
upon  its plundering
recognition   of   this   Is
dawning uUon the minds of the great
th*™    ..,,. ~             —•■■_•«««   a Jiviug.     So  long "s we
then we,e murdered in China. The'der the law of the jungle *
n ssonar.es who had no business | »uouw »»weq ui»ui.f ^"
allied powers of Christendom sent an'us."
United Hatters of North Amerii
When you are buying a FUIt HAT •«• t0 "
th* Oenuln* Union Label 1* *ew«l In It    " » ™
haa loose labels In hi* poaseaaion »ml of J"
on* In a hat for you, do not patronize him-
label* in retail  *tor*s are counterfeit     "• " a
Onion Label I* perforated on four «Ikm. "*c '
»am» aa a poataev ■lamp.    Counterfeit*    *J*    ,
times perforated on three edge*, *nd """e,u"  * 1
on two.    John B.  .Stetson CO., of Phlld**"    j
non-union concern.
JOHN  A.  MOFFITT,  President.  Orang*. ". J-
MAIvTIN   LAWLQU,    Secretary.    U  * -v,riy
New York. rw
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.July 6, it*o
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THE WgSTKtH CU&IOH. VAHOOtrv-H, B. 0.
In
Lighter Vein S
Humor, Wit and Satire from
, Scissors and Brush.
turn
llM DOWN.
.,1.1   if you discover
^vour ardent, pleading lover
lfll*   lus uwo in loanug round tue
town;
carried bangy
« 't'plrchcaib '"id he s slangy
0B     .i   lu-Miato u iiioinent-
■lUt Juu turn
him
down.
.    „... nose lhat be is using,
0l\   nun- M» eyebrows losing
" Uu- veiy l>'"st unnoyance   iuukos
ABd ' i,im irown,
,. ,| a iii-po il'on
!t"n.in  land you in perdition,
leJyoud better nerve yoursoU and
turn
him
down.
b0 ptt) s no marked attention,
., t   even   give  it
meet  him in a new and
Do. ' mmUoa'
Ml you
charming gown.
Show hi"',10 the door politely,
'foil him
IliU musi
thai
be
his Sunday nightly
lisconiinuod—
turn
him
down.
ll he talk.
Culls his
about the races,
..jlvir dollars "cases"
fcjbyou how  he done up Smith and
'Junes   and   llrown,
a he Dtocts vou with a swagger,
iDl| vou catch a sniff of lager,
loet vour nerve in proper trim and
1 turn
hi iu
down.
Stilly well your pleading lover,
Ur you may loo late discover
Thai he II   place    more   thorns  than
roses in .vour crown;
Ami ii un.v tiling uboul him
(Uvea you slightest cause to doubt
hiu ,t in u geiuie way, but        'him,
CHINESE SUPERSTITION.
China is still in many ways centuries behind the rest of the world.
As evidence of this u story is told
(in regard to the Chinese viceroy who
directs the affairs oi the province ol
Chili. Although he 1ms usually been
considered one of the more progressive of tho Chinese rulers, iho following is told of him:
At Wuchang the country reads were
in u very bud condition, puriicdlurly
in crossing a hill near the town
which was known us the "serpents
back.'' During the viceroy's ai.sence
some of the under olliciuls utlempted
to improve the loud, and iu so doing
cut down the mass of the hill, lowering iho level of the road. Thub a
useful public woi-k wus accomplished,
On the viceroys return ho wus taken
ill, and according to the story his
medicine men persuaded him that the
"serpent" was angry at the wounds
made iu him by lowering the road.
I hang accepted his illness as punishment for u,tacking th.- serpent, and
guvo orders lor the iiiuuuiiiute filling
.up of the cuttings. This was done,
the greul mun got rid of his diseuse,
"und t|,e plague was stayed.'' If
this is true, it. shows a superstition
among prominent t hinumen Uiul we
should hurdly have exjic-cted in the
twentieth century, particularly with
a viieioy who has been brought so
closely in contact with foreigners.
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A UAH EXAMPLE,
turn
him
down.
A WRITER OF  AlA'KNTURES.
It is. always sud to read of the pie-
Uilure death of a man of energy,
aud the sadness is ucceutUtttod wheu,
|Ui in .Mr. (Jul lloothby's case, a freuli
lull bj Ins band comes out almost l
re the hand is cold, The uuther of
A Crime of the Under-Seas,"jusl j
lliuiilihhwi by Wind, Lock and Co.,
liiHtii ins popularity to the fact thut
lot all our writers of books of adventure he hud gone through most adventures himself. Ho bod been a
(tuker und a slowaway on tramp
iteamera in the Far East; he hud
walked across Australia as a eun-,-„,,,„
iloyiicr, he had U-en through dens of v
diigi-r and iniquity in Asia whi. h
lUy-st-hoinoa are incapable of eon-
cevuig, und yet he was the grandson
ul mi tinglish pidge. After writing a
buuk which came lu-ur to being great
ami t-l hi ted the wurui encomiums of
Mr. Kipling.In- found his public,and
settltil down lo spinning pluin yarns
ol wilil adventure, His literary profits in one yeur were os., and
in the ik.-m £5,(100. In another
year the profits rose to about double
that sum The Windsor Magazine
made Ins fortune,
Hudson Tut lie, the Ohio lecturer,
made an address recently whereon he
described   ihe  pitfalls   of   the   lecture
platform.
"One pitfull," Mr. Tuttle suid, "is
the unwise i hoice of examples and
proofs.
A temperance lecturer wished to
prove to his uudience the deudly power  of  whiskey.
"Accordingly, he cuused u drop of
water to be magnified und thrown
upon a mggic lantern screen. The
picture was a terrible one. Worms
bigger thun pythons, crabs bigger
thun elephants, spiders the size of u
ship, fought together in the drop of
water like fiends iu the infernal regions.
"The lecturer now caused u drop
of whiskey to be udded lo the water.
" Watch, friends,' bo said. Watch
the  whiskey's effect.'
"The effect wus marvelous, The
liquor killed all those ferocious horrors instantly. Their vast claws
und tentacles, and feelers stiffened.
All became peaceful und still.
"An old lady in the front row
whispered hoarsely in her husbuud's
ear.
'   Well,   .lube/,   that      settles   me,
I'll   never   drink   wuter   again    ihout
«>ome whiskey in it.' "
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THIS WINN lift OF THE LOT.
Editor  ut Western Clarion:
Hear Sir:—Will you kindly inform
the proletariat of Vancouver and vicinity through the columns of vour
paper "which they all should read
if they don't," that the city lot milted by this Local wns drawn by Mr
William J, Ntthii , of North Vancouver, who bought ticket No. 125
from Comrade Neelands, of Cedar
Cove,  Vancouver,
Mr. Nuhineo has now got his title
to the property through the agency
ol Mr, Thos. Matthews, the popular
Hastings street  real estate agent.
Thanking .vou in anticipation of
your kind Indulgence, 1 remain, you is
for the destruction of shivery in all
forms and the uplifting of the whole
race,
David  p.  Mills,
Sec'y Vancouver Local Xo. l,
Socialist   Party of Canada.
Vancouver,  duly <«,   1905.
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ESOP VV TO DATE.
Owing to the dreadful groans that
were for some time heard lo proceed
from a notorious Liberal-Labor skate
of Nanaimo, the Groat One's bruin
was said to In- in labor, nnd nearly
every one in Canada awaited, with
breathless expectancy, to see what
would be brought forth. At last out
crept a tiny little union lubel mouse,
which was Immediately pounced upon
and killed, by On- Senatorial cat.
The  groans  at  once  ceased.
Mounting Liuj-.e Game Heads a  Specialty
JOHN    COOPER
Taxidermist and Furdrcsser
826 Pender St Opp. People'* The.tr*
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Wc solicit the business of Manufacturers,
Hngtneersand others who realize the ailvisabil-
i'y nf having their Patent Imsinrss trannacled
byfixpert*. Preliminaryuilvicefree. Charges
moderate. Our Inventor's Adviser scut upon
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Montreal : inid WusMn-jton, I).C_ U.S.A.
SEWING MACHINE.
ROLLER BEARING.
HIGH GRADE.
A   POSER.
A German battleship rams and
sinks a torpedohoat. Three of the
hitter's crew an- scalded to death by-
escaping steam in consequence, The
mishaps attending tTie handling of
these engines of destruction, even in
times of peace, make them nearly ns
deadly as in times of war. Still the
ruling class must have them in order
to maintain its glorious rule. Tho
pity of it is that this class can avoid
furnishing the crews from its own
ranks.
The brokerage firm of Fraser &
Company, of Chicago, suspended on
July ."'. A warrant is out for Eraser's arrest on a charge of embezzlement. The dispatches fail to state
whether he is a Republican or a
democrat.
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A   MOUNTAIN.
by buying this
reliable, honest,
high grade selling machine.
STRONGEST GUARANTEE.
National Sewing Machine Co.,
SAN  FRANCISCO.  CAL.
FACTORY AT BELVIDERE. ILL.
At u school examination the touchier was So pleas, d with his class thut
he    suid     they   could   usk   him
question they liked
.were asked nnd replied  to.
I    Seeing   one   little    fellow     in   deep |
thought,   the   leacher   usked  him  for-
"Jimmy,-'' said tho teacher,
"what's   a  cape'.'"
"A cape is land extending into tho
water."
'Correct.   William,   define  a  gull',''
"A gulf is water extending into
the land."
"Good. Christopher," to a small.
eager-looking boy, "what is a mountain?"
Christopher shot up from his seut
so suddenly as to Startle the visitor,
and promptly responded: "A mountain is land extending into the air."
Youth'sCompanion.
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JAPANESE  LAUNCHING!  CUSTOM
u question.    The boy answered witb • ]u,.j.
When a vessel is about io be laun-
"•ylched   in   .Japan,   a   large  cage,   filled
Some (|uestiousl„ j,|,  birds,   is  usually  hung over Ihe
bow.      As   the  ship  glides   into    the
water  the birds are released.     It   is
believed   'hat  the   birds   bring    good
A QKKKROUS BRIDEGROOM.
People are said to differ iierhaps on
no question more than as lo the proper tip for a wedding fee. There are
many stories told in this connection,
but the ij lowing is certainly unique,
besides having tho virtue uf lieing
quite true. Ur. Madison C. Peters
»as the victim. He chanced to be
stuppitiif in u small town one sum-
i"er when a couple from the neighborhood asked for his services. It
»ns u very isolated place, and the
Wuple were unsophisticated. The
ceremony over, the bridegroom approached the clergyman confidently,
with extended hand. It contained
Uirea half dollars.
"Now just help yourself, parson,"
•Id he. "Don't be modest, hut
lot"- ull you want."
The doctor's good taste prompted
Mm, of course, to take out one of
'hi- coins.
One ol the bout schemes adopted
hy a business man to protect his
wieck fi-,,m forgerv is one peculiar to
*■ 'I (Irlffln, a merchant of 1'lain-
«». V-l       Every   check that Mr.
a grave lace
"PlegBe,   sir,  if you  was in  a Sufi
mud heap up to your neck, und 1 was\
to   throw   a    brick     at    your   head,
would you  duck?"'
The answer  is not  recorded.
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The Dunsmuirian dignity has been
seriously offended by the Inited
States quarantine officers at the
mouth of the Columbia river, .lames
Dunsmuir, King of Vancouver island,
and his parly, un board his steam
yacht Thistle, were stopped by the
olliciuls, and their health, sanitary
und other conditions Inquired into
before they were allowed to proceed
on their way to Portland. To be
thus rudely overhauled, and perchance fumigated Just like ordinary
mortals is on insult to the dignity
of the Dunsmuirian dynasty that
- houlil arouse the ire of every loynl
subject, ond cause them to Hy" to
arms in the Royal defence. As the
party was found to be not sufficiently filthy of habit, or'unkempt in appearance, to warrant being mined
away from Undo Sum's shores, it. is
to be hoped by all peace lovers that
fhe insult will be forgotten, nnd
international complications not occur.
lu    the   ship
life on Ihe sea.
when  -be begins her
A new style of boys' trousers has
been invented in iloston with a copper sent, sheet iron knees, rivetted
down in the seams, and waterproof
pockets  to  hold broken  eggs.
Laugh  at all  things,
Great or small things,
Sick  or well, at sea or shore;
Whilo we're quaffing,
I.ot'8 have laughing,
Who the devil cares for more?
—Byron.
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KK-*N
The private wealth of Australia
amounts to no less than £081,979,-
000, which gives an average of £240
Qriffin writes he"signs' in UatT"usual .for each inhabitant, though even this
*»y, but   m  addition,  he moistens | figure is regarded us underestimated.
hls light   thumb  with  red ink   and — Kxchunge.
["reuses it   down  upon  the  figures  in I    An average of nearly  »1,800   each
We corner „r the check.    This covers j would  not
*J flgims   with  a  light coating  ofjhad  that  amount,  but  the
"* which leaves ihe Imprint of   tho
lines    of
outlined,
the       thumb      clearly
and     no     figures      can
rowed without  the fact being apparent,    it   is  well  known  thut no
"jo thumbs in the world will leave
w sainr
iiark is
["^s no check of his would lie hon^
"''ll without his mark, and the risk
™ using the wrong tint of ink or of
"ak"iK a failure in trying to imitute
«e th,„„b
imprint,  thus Mr.  (irillln s
all  his own.    In the local
be so bud, if each one
joke of il
is thai about one out of vwry hundred holds not only his own average
but that of the other ninety-nine.
I'o the latter it. should be comforting to know thut their share is £:MSJ
each, and tnnt the other fellow is
holding it in trust for them. This
is much better than to hold it themselves. They might foolishly spend,
it and  then  they would  be broke.
mark  has  deterred    any
attempting  to  forge his
one   bom
Ngnaturo.
— ' a
te™>etry j„ ot Ia8t cittSBifiert. Tin*
«asfcington Post tells a story of
tho i '('ren who w''''° disouBsing
r •""'fertions and usefulness of their
ILmt w fath«rs. "My fathor Is tho
ti,. n".ln in tho world," said one lit
Kill.     "H,,  i8    R  mjBJBter,     Ho
«*w people go to church." "Mino
iloct I Piped "P «n°ther. "He's*
fi0 "'• He makes sick people well,
four <un KO t0 church." Three or
the *'"">'? ('nlarKcd upon the benefit
and r i (,0,ived 'lom ♦he)r fathers.
s»«.i 1. "v il canMJ ^ the turn of a
na'Ti»!Ue"1y*? "n,e Kirl. "My pa-
r,oet ^H,„0Af »»•" she said. "He's a
lointnir .u poet?" 8ald another,
1^.,'S the group. "Why, a poet
San v, l>,'"feSB'on.    It's a disease.-
ttn pranciaco Star.
Tho navies of the world are used
as a means ol Intimidating the weaker nations into submitting to tho
buccaneering enterprises of tho
stronger, and they receive the applause of the world for t-o doing.
When the Kniaz Potemkln and her
crew proceed to do a little intimidating in favor of the Russian Bevo-
luiionists, she becomes the "Terror
of the lllack Sea," and hor crew
"outlaws, brigands, bucaneers. mutineers, pirates," etc. it evidently
makes a difference as to whose ox is
gored.
 _ .(X-	
An explosion occurred in the Tidewater lloal Mine at Vivian. West
Virginia, on July 6, injuring nine
Italian miners. Three of them died
later,1 nnd others are so seriously
injured us to leave but slight hopes
of recovery. The stockholders and
officials of the company luckily escaped unhurt,
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.Uegiance to and support of the principles and prog an-, of the international revolutionary working class.
Labor produces all wealth, and to
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profits, and to the worker an ever-
increasing measure of misery and degradation.
Tbe interest of the working class
lies in the direction of setting itself
free from capitalist exploitation by the
abolition of the wage system. To accomplish this necessitates the transformation of capitalist property in
the means of wealth production into
collective or working-class property.
The irrepressible conflict of interests between the capitalist and the
worker is rapidly culminating in 1
struggle for possession of the powei
of government—the capitalist to hold
the worker to secure it by political
action.   This is the class struggle.
Therefore, we call upon all workers
to organize under the banner of the
Socialist Party of Canada with the object of conquering the public powers
1 for the purpose of setting up and enforcing the economic, program, of
the working class, as follows:
1. The transformation, as rapidly
as possible, < t capitalist property in
the means ol wealth production (natural resources, factories, mills, railways, etc.,) into the collective property of the working class.
a. Thorough and democratic organization and management of industry by the workers.
3. The establishment, as speedily
ai possible, of production for use instead of production for profit.
N The Socialist Party, when in office,
shall always and everywhere until the
present system is abolished, make the
answer to this question its guiding
role of conduct:. Will this legislation
advance the interests of the working
class and aid the workers in their class
struggle against capitalism? If it will
the Socialist Party is for it; if it will
not, the Socialist Party is absolutely
opposed to it.
In accordance with this principle the
Socialist Party pledges itself to conduct all tl e public affairs placed in
its hands i 1 such a manner as to promote thi interests of the working class
alone.
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APPLICATION  FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF CANAOA
n
3,
theuml'iTsigued, hereby apply for membership in 	
Local Socialist Party of Canada.
^
I recognize the class struggle between Ihe capitalist class and the working
class to lie a struggle for political spremacy, i. c. possession of the reins of
government, and which necessitates the organization of the workers into a
political parly, distinct from and opposed to all parties of the capitalist class.
If admitted lo membership I hereby agree to maintain or enter into no
relations with any other political j arty, and pledge myself to support hy voice,
vote and all other legitimate means the ticket and thc program of the. Socialist
Party of Canada only.
Applicant	
Address	
Occupation	
Age         Citizen ..'.	
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