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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 July 1911

®88 K' :^i."V-.-.„.<••. i n f 8WSI8B @8R®*w9l wj r r *a nmtiNWMMi fcXv^'V'V . ■z ,: -,,., .4, i will ml tb^-a- • I agitation at the present tine m the McNamara caw. It k but an- other event in the claw war that ^T^ jk wnr raging in every part of the mines 1 ^md world. It ia bat another f of the Socialist contention given the private ? hiIndustries of a nation yon -Z:. l«Mttt have unceasing conflict be* of the industries and hire' labor the cheapest possible price and Sppwho have nothing"but their labor power to tell and demand i Texas and we m: tilt 1mm ended. WB^W^WwW'*-- BP oowtpkto overthrow of *w m?* wwnwjtht (wh^t po-ibi.wte it awlfr wMfaf yy . Mlte conflict ofioterMta «i> all m u do- vol in ■ B ife fnr.t. us #i i vi '• > «f«?L SP$?i!g > JSWiSSS T-lfT jV' My Dear:%,—•! read a your pen in the Dallas News of awHtewW'eafclogu* aleohol. Now I believe that If deeper into tho social question that -beseto society is not the we L'-'-i ^^tiBi.toi.11,. .I..I 1*** tock-0^ stri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 July 1911

&L'' ' EsS3 RBt%' f • Bp^: Pb': £*'- E$k 2L l&,;* 1 mgi plgfe. m* L +••- • itll^t trip# tQ the "rule of reaaoi sing; ■ *■ 1 ""Praise John from whom OIL •^«3F*9 The Child. The child has never found sanc- tuary in the temples of the Dem- ocratic party. The leaders of that . party have robbed the cradle,in the Southland, have stolen the Irtoom of youth from the face 'of the infanta, the sheen from their hair) the lig&t from their eyea the muscles fitom their limbs. The Democratic party politicians have grown round paunched on the btoodof the children who die by the frames in southern cotton miU«. The adolescence of gentle youth they bartered for northern gold. The ink is not yet dry on the decision just handed down by the Georgia supreme court that prohibited the employment of children under fourteen years of age. These Democratic leaders out Herod Herod. He killed at a blow, they reveftie the process of nature and kill by inches the tots, who work all night while the stars...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 July 1911

mmm !f®V' s agaggji SHBS1 |§|:«.i®«* |$Sy@B «i* 'a®-«: ««* •«-& £ wW£?SPs& '•aJsSfc* i m i 'Sa«^.V s^.1'' ^^>'X'.' '. ^"y- -<; 'C^jii Y £*••.:?'•■ >> ' degrees left their conn- country's good *w llto—be spectators at the : of George V, FD, other- sr of the faitfc. •y now, traditional history, which is often spoken a Sis mW^JMan that4ke reason ifl pig their royal Ames b because old ** fat fflng Hal not'onfy possessed W«jE|g>y. . 'S.'^-iraSg the boozing capacity of a Demo- cratic politician, tint was also possessed of the libidinousness proclivities of a Mormon ^ishop. § was designed -against the dtuthy and ptape|of a loving wife to ttw end tjHtf a| ottvorce between "ng aiutpoatrff, between church and state, between legal pomp and ' churchly show, the scepter ag- the Cross; the prize was su- premacy ; the woman was but a ,wn in the game. ?he king and hia courtiers tri- nphed in England and thus wife made possible and the embers of the flies thus started crossed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 July 1911

L ; I MM Wrtfcvt 4&3S5K EKMsrai mwwi mMiij . fmiVSfffyri IIwm hb EURSJer _*.• • MWl# s 4k* A,t4-- -■* till toC WMV Of wt m,M "WW &£• ?**•;? aA jli M - «W' ML^ ' teikiliik - |MBA A% a >■■ da MIA waoworjt on mm, ww tesre *w ;I *any thousands ofsucfcworifrl* ^ *PO OJKWOW. Jtis | > :: jj«i M of every opponent of isfe: Hi - «- • IWWHWWW.«W * .ir now MM you put noen bunineM ■^r p 9m I to mmHtKM */■■•■-'■■-■•■ ■ 'r>'i With a view te * hklittle the wild and lawless the " * "• class if hell the same on an 4erived from «£**>*>•. / > *. i Ids bad, i*{ Ht raisesa "sod"cfop J he came into |3r<*r aecowlj«|r the i :V" ■ !:"',f-'-'. the first •5? the ii, r vili i «P ;SI :1 - - the Nazals ■&*>v . proper knowledge, I<aak «m> -^i^". _i. farmer reader to make s apwial .f ^ ^ ~ point of Interrogate* aa many aa ^ Iraiaea a ggWgesn finding out what ia the ma- *Hn l «""«*'trample often down I ™ ""HS.B aa objections to Soolalian..%tt* rf[®rt *° «et 0Bt' OT «■"H aw -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 July 1911

SroHH I' ■ i 'mm .if i i. r ^^ZWW j*> ^ ? \a£^iir,~%Jm^ • .v. tiw rail 41 Mi ^1 mm-1 3HMBSI s' •!■'-: a"giB NNM^i#ra moss «KSS JB &* m it that is Ming waged published in Au- past have that blinds in0« te rests on rame* gground/Comrade outh ' the first iwW 3® >3* IP Sli 'NitiiMpD ' "■> * yk'2S^Sfm^ i •" V' '. •' © Issued Weekly. THE FAKE OF THE ANTIS: ' .< '. ' f-1 .:■ -V ' '■"'. ■•'' - VICTORY Of BUTTE. What will Happen. v' • ' ' •«. ■•; . ' •' *~-' " ■ ; 0>' ¥,'," fife iv;i.*|' tio thinks he gets the new# of the day fro* capitalist : ^ newspaperais sadly deceived. The live news is either not covered, or m:" f3nl^#w Wreckhard, the Houston Pest or ,«p might well bene ■Pill in^^ifa ashedaal* m W' mm JWW& is "„ i can, but in. ia*e*ea 3, JR> un"fc '" g Now it-fc a that /ftase,, engaged proved tft^how that tha -^wiiUv. tt tude has not got any money and JJ*" ^r iva any money j 1*^*7.w **** iiiiji To prove thiaJT '""' mathematically id easy, hot I mtistl g first t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 July 1911

to n batted live* of iSCSili Many « have quote #•••• .Ji™,- t? ._ B|; BR tp- :« p bBbU-i pji: tii'.f v . ffiWV!'' iV :.: m /■ I <- of the Copper Co. in 1898 Out between V. A. Standard Oil chiefs, who controlled tfrft 'Ah It reached its climax in 1908. On Oct. 22 of that year H. H. Roger* of 28 Broadway, N. T. aent a 5p-cent telegram to Butte, addressed to Wm. Scallon, gener al manager of the Amalgamated. Tl telegram read: M Clow down our properties. H. H. Roger* 8000 man Were laid off in Butte, 2000 in Anaoonda. 1066 in the emelters at Great Palla; then the coke camp at StOrs closed down; the coal mines at Belt-, the lumber eampt at Bonner, Ijllasoula and St. Regis and across the state Hue, the order went to Rock Spring!, Wyo. 18,000 men were discharg ed without a moment's notice and at the beginning of V northern -winter, which means something in a land whereit snows some- times on the Fourth of July1,. Bus- iness of all kinds, Railroading, , mercantile and farming tli$Nui paral...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 July 1911

f 1 ~'1<J ,... .... ... - sSS&ac mm &*$'. -m ks&IV. ! |S>P §Hi .JHKoip) Wi&at ha wm;< when the drouth mind isfisMW spem to 4^ t;''4EtoSSi 3HHHS :- * fist'■'? • ':?£i '•??• '<!* ^'v'vV.'.^- sag '/; #^. 'C.: - 113 ' f the bureaucracy that tisinieO'-thc wise provi- %rogressive Socialist are .lor now did not obtain w>:. ^magnates are eating „_ f ducks down by the sad sea l WW ww^ while tfce renter ia trying Ljj to get alittte sow bo4om on credit Ue ^ ( down where the boll weevil grows. it w* Here are a few of many reports our fr . j * • . ■ <r *0£: . , - . ■ " ""■ \ ' i further says': "It ia ,«al to avail ourselves Wi «« „«^<dmmnd capacity of the veteri&national officer as it is to jyiyfopan editor, who comes mark, as against some rln Socialist philoso- mangKB^r^W'- • liili -j- 80,000 people made a giant pro- test meeting in Chicago recently against the McNamara kidnaping. Revolutionists in Nicaragua ble blew up an arsenal. Morgan will noW have G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 July 1911

m IlSJf^ ' ^iSHSKJW rjjSS^f Httr' ' *' ' ifc*-#* SlK i" ^mm <m iPs - !W? EEiW. iMf -•*■!;• •* .Who doesn't wait people to know thAt ^ j 'r «Ml'i«'i k^n mbma in « rwJ iKaiuifAM) j , A :#.%■■' ► uh-Ameri- r"*1 !f, signs, it.:. A. CifciMn _*_J8fr tea ^ citizen should adopt it," says great long article -I mean a ^g£Hr iflWUBW **** long 'article'—-Jo the Brownwwd | ^ Mntr>1 doctriM, of ^ TUider the ctphoB, Social- fce. taa^tai proporition ismand its Jesuits. . If j/wwe 8t j,Me> ^ that the workers asked to fill two an<* a half 20- who create wealth shall have for inoft, 13-ein column. with 10-point tteir owa ^ the FULL SOCIAL . .tuff on "Socialism and ita He- VALUE of their work. Not merer aulta," when J knew atootately |y , fifth.o( iti bnt ^ it u nothing about SocialUm or it. - „« doctriw tl>llt ahonld enlU, I would throw up the job ,ppropri,t, of it -im before 1 began. But Citaen „iMI1 a^trtoe, If ao, then dow! % didn't. He stuck to it till b& with American doctrine ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 July 1911

SPSS i£SSR Week Et - ; ' ■ -'<-• '■' •' .s^iata$ ajvs; TyaySSKHa _ : , &' ■ BIPHI iaM^aa !WW ^,y«; mmmm IBHlH ikrff acv u' j / Lkl& Jlf -/sP vijfc.' . owmk*?^a^kito ^ .^r#^i«www T apoathe Ca- by their ignorant at- ~~ 'urnm*^ in Milwnu*ie, they 1 are ton*. & Catholic authoritythan tbcNewYork Freeman's Journal ^jggg m6re than > £ >■ • ■Sli ■Mfimm m - - !j i kPP«^B| " $&*$• a SKx? ■ ;> :-- :' sESB! ■«$M RySHH ^Pl|i jfBraH J§fe ■if i that breathe and loving and ^ti^eneirC&JL race all humanity. lS|^|Krvice, the joy of' vice is consecration, and the crowning of consecration is im- mortality. . * • *' The greatest souls spring from the greatest struggles. Only thty who lose all find all; Only they know the joy of triumph and the grace of exaltation. ' m Every homeless brother chal- lenges the validity of my title; ev-< ery sorrowing sister rebukes my Christless complacency, and %very neglected child smites my con- science in the wane-of Humanity. > Not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 July 1911

■ il /* & ppnii corrupt, croolccd outre- *rvm m vftj^vy >*• "|r f*;. it — that iH Harrison Grax C ;lR 3 >i sV- \ l 80 y> before V W5if' Ewlrag liS&fe r>; li^ero strtictuitfi^ it building wu thor< IV Some employees qt f , - -v'-m the building wis ! . hour ^ l>f:, quit before her ii(m«/'''|iok: ';^i nauseated from the fumeaof, gas. |J The management was notified but Jpjfl' i^ftised to'take any action. After midnight on Oct. 1 there was heard a terrific explosion. But 1 will let the famous Judge Hinton, lawyer for the Western Federation tell what he ^ knows of the natter* Speaking a vast audience in Denver the * '"''IS BBeta Ml Myr^nversatiop. P';|P^|||i| 4tt0r ' ' ■■■ .. .. ]■ ._ I p thawJa noifiVin this clnd&|^or elf has 9 .... said the banker, turnup wise ''Iji£ra!ly do and I will pr^H toYou mathematically." ounclJO is a man namedljtarr hauser who lives 1 in St. m * Minn., He to the president ol $orthwcstimi lumber trust. ^ owns over 200 billion feet of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 July 1911

•ig things doin. ; tOUJ.I?« C. . * -• # thent spell-hound from the open- W'^vtiMliPwi tog words. With gaping months ley listened for the first time in their lives to the voice of labor ou the floors of congress. Here are some of the gem* Of troth that the Om theWth%£ made fam last , American a' B a represeti. of the people in on^ watched what would he cet UD and de- i w ine in ; would he effort and lie down the awfnl majority and numbers was arrayed ag- ile was surely a dis- .man, He did neither of theqe things. He sat quietly k Kd- watched, like a cat atf iprasy of mice, the representatives Socialist hurled at them: Ho Law* Made for Labor. Now, I want It understood that there is no such thing as protec- tioa to labor in any tariff bilk I wanf to sly thia.in the name of me many millions of enlightened workingmen in this country, and f" all other civilized Countries, for themselves. gentlemen, you' are the habit of making laws ^ protection'of labor, clause ott the Democratic side, /m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 July 1911

: V-■ *" •"••••V . - &«k!£P - - ...' f ■■' tHH e :■! Mm W« finrialiitg & are WOt ~7: M retire tor mm .. encouraging* on and not, be- un&En madlfwe ybsj £sH . -.v-' s® IHMtfe.&'&ft.* "«• fwOOWK HigHKi iW r..-wr and! Ai SHIl 'But «e« thinw jtaU be td- you. —Je u«,. • 1> •*-«. - 4 'V • y is so organized ual find* in the The Wells-Fa hii ' ow* ; highest JJg&ip ill become tMMMrTJJ hfppy."—Lincoin •« ■ WL . ... •*-* -••- • |o& wv i> 'j.M-'i; *WM£ st&t] WiJf?r'^S3Wwtt* M Aioertained by "tociety it SO." • the Courte of Iiet Stmt, During toonomic pnnoil>le, i£ :■* •■_"... ;■ •' ■_ ti.\ - _' .. t -•< ''.-irii m' SfflBEl BE Site# - • the contractor ^;,.^^fWS^,™-^ ^loyee« ,proj|| Mi&fi i : *T *• * Md.tiWBlti' j)Ut not ot - masters and servants; that vre that choose our phraseology with a common -dew not so amah to enli_ ^ _ the"masses as'to creating trouble i and so forth? A pamphlrt under a 1910 copy- right has just fallen into my I And with the-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 July 1911

b:' • 4? M &-X <i; '"• 4 .&*. >< = • W ' rr v U . <*n^ labor save the hoy. Stt page atory of Mh All its A ColloSSal threw our. oohuana oDan to gSaCP*w 'F*- -r^-- WW mn^si T%: ^:S"'"' ^'5^' "i A. HIOKKI yr-y-vm 80o pr jnr ; chibs of 4 (40 wka) He THIS IS NO. fc,ip M - head this or-1 tide rank highest amongst the ed- ucators of the English speaking] *••„.«« ■• feasor . Stanley the youth of England who} ]r«paired1o Oxford for leading mysteri*"of classical political J economy. For years he was thee] dean of that famous faculty. [ Chaa. W. Elliot presided for a I ''generation over the affairs of (Harvard, the alma mater of I dTE more t <hMi ""yl j Ton even so to them- for othftr diversity in the nation. the law and the prophatsj-~| I* his recent transcontinental! &w 7:12. - (speaking tour taken for the pur- ee ooo! of the to peck up and laave the proteatant friends that the SSfWci ;vjthen sent' ISSfr - k.l nal Gibbons, the head Of the and to the " * jjfiH throu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 July 1911

Hwn.; wWNBsfirtM been m railroad 190ft, I receiyed ^..^,£**thof office It were foolish 18 - I ' "back.to the land" to ■•; s.-~- : . mx%i mW fi-.;■■ K g' fe, '"'.-I the sugar trout would " 1 ViwMMHI Iwni-w ,< •' « « * And sol have waited Ind wit-1 proposed to supply Mudd with storm to break tfadt [tools, teams, feed, seed and cause your political sun to den spot and a house. He to clouds of universal Jones half the crop at gathi ._>val The storm time. Mudd agreed and want to has come as might be expected by work like a tpsr cat He took hia Tlii" e psyehd-jwife and^hadren into the Wf logy of the American^pifcple, it too; ;F0r three years they worked jji| has arrived from an unexpected! like galley slaves. They denied source. To understand this psy- thejnselves all contorts of life, f chology I wilt relate a peculiar^- They ate the" poorest food and cideut that occcured when the wore the cheapest and coarsest of liv --- I ivfthofit who I whbmbi n Now lis a theo- iw loaves m :m wl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 July 1911

■ j/ruiS A nl *sr lor ^saaaftf;1!: "Ariw Ye and An newspaper of the chief 0*|>it*list mm«w Pli™ WjffljM * Mm to New recruit in every day and those alraaM indica- fflP « Ma^apetppMI tTtttIH ' i.'.t'n n^ A-'• would quit %ir Do youthiak -AMujik" JNiifeat'intf* KftRtT-* J PlfflSsSSPPSSH^ capitalism were aboKab- P*Sii to Ga- ' '' ' " , e brains d«K calls a $jfsK ;' V" " r .'.'.4 ; J 3. The biggest propaganda ar tide published ina weekly Socio- If ;• ; .J Ml entitled :pi or a .'aste of Qompotition." It ie the dullest into necog- I'The ot how this system testes >r " ofitself i^V | p^erty a^d life, aa badly as an] $. H. N m^with .hotted gnn,. Rework, 4. A stuuniug tin Minute ■*- gf S • 11, the •rftds to wit- tVi saintly po- Wo\th Record in dsfe^.l\he system >■ of which it isr a shining ^xample. gold dust twins Ve cer- u kept busy spreading the fertiliser. The difference between tl Houston Post and Houston I^abor M be* tw**-*ell the Fteheh form the this mon. 5. ■ Limericks. , Humor....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 July 1911

* then is otie *ilid} hilDGt' ift'w ■ r Jfe? Te*., Writes: '*Juat in. his home • P? ;*• - 7^*!^ than pleased t^4 btit to give the old pt ice, and thtw I. in Texa*. i am in my cost to enliat every subariber l ean. it seems to be '"J $£ —Jlpipfgpl B/Hi ""flrew1 ■all IPK'js! JBllip BMpl lRfV'1 WXBSfimm *8§&£*k*± s£« fepVfV;*\ ;:"t- VJwf' i^v'-v f^ffort hr ® Chi- ef tW .Han, into twelve tribes, of «r * , Pill- fneludir £&¥55S; Jij^iiiyoap.V . I office, If y#a w^ni: BmiteJ o® | ershtyjrun youT pencil through | last line. If you want unlimit- j id ownership run through; top [ Socialism a-^auvwouldhave to'go Jfw' I littC ' ' " V '"' - :'X | the divide-up. Lkiiow one poor farm Tenter who say# that under 'I' i S®8$ " WHY FARMERS OBJECT. 8°me h*r* to go defense ofthe Pacific coaats, but I (bales of eotton where waMilfciri. whichl* may" chooae.>""AU men a^er^*^"^ am not quite ready to .advocate Ih^e thirty-six million bales. (spend his earnings. Thos? ' who nnlessthat doctrine is ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 July 1911

ksr<i idh illfp llS^I '■ ' ' '- . i S::* r-,J'*■:,: <& % .«* :•.-1 •?? JsSlii SiL mum m *wfl ■x ■ I i il; m US AB18E. MM 1911. «& ■ s i . j ■•'"' ' "' >■;*.: v •; i##' v.. ,./> gas mM. in 0WAiim I p.0 I Jf PBpP ' iBBl p «H| I:::ill•$'13!^? P%m* IK j >n\ fti ^Nj ' "„. Wmm* "-u w m ■ H BSliiiMM;_ ■ _ ji^L" III :'& IBI Briley, John H. Krby, W. P. to, r— 3 >$fr$g| , g*. *. Jpiw, Okm B. Oo!*uttt, Cone John- — k, M?. . : . wa ;fi - $$ '"■M i ■■■■■ ■ =,<.|3T .,, . , ^ -.*.■££ it crisis it like White posing as * i on morality andreoall, a * 2f.?K?rv^ ..:•?/•; the initiative, I .V*.-". ■'" v;T: '■" " r into * Tlwo«ltali>t.|Md.- • u:;' irtsf class, either farmer, reattr or ' V ' ''' !,'; >; o;'« V" ©sMew** ■siiiis pi® ?#fe .<;.;' ;|v I'jf;,|. iSsxtsfi" <rf «Mir i-nsiiflii WMUWie uieir respecwva pon • ♦ • * r ■ .I ..... I arms for another battle is ringtajiroin tie Bed river And the last condition was >.%:.. . -^.v . • This legislature that is n^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 July 1911

■,' ;.v' . I;'' 'riSi ; '"'i' i ■-«. .iMnntHViMNn' V j. ' tl '" :v: K;VV^: mo -i .:>;... n 1 y.. .11 4 J' } i]' (i \ ') ! * $ r:.- ^" ■( ! vpi i«X{j\ " thai m*nyv* tfflSSffi&fil aT- >v .-.-'•'a an |o' starting of be fSEElHi «p •*' *s& m - ' is that" it was not mwJtm ■ JiTWT ■■■■;' - ?. Ingthestable Th ever ag a rlw5^ men and My a; there is not an ■MMitlftiiMMiMii'" E?%Bai number of small u at V* vifiI* Idonot know , ;..; _ ..JR*'. JKWI So- war talk pps v- : MMi v trttbeir Bible, nosed church for men n iSSf * S%- •:V. i*: m V •**•;.: 1SSSI A'1''- ' as clams witness this of the Lord violated.' Is .... .*_•. ....... .' ) f ■- " ' - . -7j] it because the landlord controls the chnreh and the big preachers own laud for their own ' gtSgSgUa- law by the preachers and front pew holders that is causing the le to torn to infidelity and is stopping the old time religious re- vivals that once stirred the South- land i« with the blast c?>^ •* - el's trumpets 1#§£.i i.: 1 We have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 July 1911

■ -i' ■- ' '* II. Wm£w Sr WBSCs,■' 4 332 ^*#|«jgggpi ,«'5 • r^&ra 1 ■, > ■ <A$S I. .&; sou in gwit« >ii-*m « from Texas, presents the excotteot notion to the committee of our party, published in tin week's na- ;A:-& "V tional bulletin i "Ranger^ Tex., July 14, tsil. " I more that neither the Na- tional Committee nor the National Executive Committee shall either directly or indirectly employ any feember of either body. —r . KCOMHENT: The purpose of this motion is'obvious. That mem-J ij J. Godhy bers of our largest committees 1 failed to H** 9 mm ■ .well them all. W Work, without And we to strike our dull season too. j figure too lo w at thirty Jan. 1. Watch it go jgr As the Post Nuts fame says: "There's We are putting out of its sort ill 17 Our features are phites as never be- took* at 'em: pros and antis first craek out of the box. The Jesuit's oath broke the policy of silence of s century. The call to action for tenant's unions inspiring the men of the farms as...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 July 1911

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Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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