Eureka, CA: Eureka Federated Trade and Labor Council, 1914. Single issue of the socialist newspaper, 8 pages, near fine. Paper still supple and handleable.
Major story on Ludlow, arguing that "Mexican war dwindles into insignificance when compared with murderous attack made on miners' tent city." Other articles include a piece on Lithuanian tailors of Baltimore leaving the IWW for the AFL, an upcoming visit by accident commissioner Will French, and more. One of the few major labor newspapers in California based outside of San Francisco; the paper's editor ran for mayor of Eureka in 1913 on the Socialist ticket.