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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 April 1916

THE MUN. rhe Rebel believes that a calm and dispassionate view of the manner in which the American plutocracy gathers in ten® of mil- hong to themselves without doing V stroke Y>f work places the masses of the American people in the at- titude of being the greatest army of suckers that was ever gathered together at any time in any na- •tated that the most illustrous of tion. Last week we showed from Prof. Scott Noaring's book that the am- ount taken annually from_ the workers by the few private own- ers of the social necessities of the nation amounts to over six billion dollars; but this is not all. Colos- . private graft to a few favored individuals runs into millions more. For example an investiga- tion is now in progress of the fin- ancial affairs of the Interborough Rapid Transit Raiw&v 0f New York City. "i) .1 \ The story they are unfolding of plunder staggers the ordinary in- dividual. The traction magnates went into "partnership*' with the city. But it was a peculiar p...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 April 1916

« ;::-v V > ' .-,/ >* • «Vi • •-'* • '' • JsKS >'#•••*. ",.i.. K*vvs_ •> #* V £*<*$* i : -rv. k ,-•> vft ■ ; i;" ■ •;; .V.'/V.'i, itiSHJrt ■ .. -•• .; . j= -—It--— • "tit. . m 1 'P: •v:-w State Office Notes. I i- i It P Tr "|t" 11 If IS ®f; ■' ■ it E& f. Hp : Ik m II •fv I b i Br?, • V Sir M: js«.< !&'■ m r i I a I I ft I I | m 1 :§HS W. T. WEBB, Stoto Secretary, Giico, Tern. « ... '.I "i V "■ - : .. >'••• IPS-V, ' - .r-' fef &wW' 4-: ■:i §S,g V!,,v,;; 4 Li . • -'f.J&T-H-r.h : • V. *■ ' '• (A<- rWnm. S&"; ■ .'.""I'M > - — ts&$ HQl County. rmimm W. S. NOBLE ab ROCKDALE #ww ■ il4$t >:#<> -••.-. kVr •-*' ■: Nominee lor Governor SOUTHERN SOCIALIST LEO. TURE SYSTEM APPOINT- UENTS. Wm. D. Simpson — Upihur ooun- %y, April 18 to 24; Haganfcport, April 25, 26, 27; Mt. Pleasant, 28; Winncboro, 29; Hopkins county May 1. Arch Lingaa — Friendawood, April 24; Seadrift, 25, 26, 27; Nursery, 29; Valley View, May 1; Sample, 2,-3; Smiley,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 April 1916

\ *m xwrrfrvrE^ 7v yJrelJi vWtofff^ax - W-.,. ~JK1P( the rebel 1 read bt mm actual FARMERS EACB WEEK. Organ Ltmd Ltagut •/ Amirit*. 50c per yw. In * °* more 25e eask S ywnfortL •M 7^ T.A. HICKEY, Editor, J!* 50c per year; eluba of fw more (40 weeks) 25c. H this number is opposite your name your subecrip- XTtif tion expiree next i«ue. AJUB OK OUB 01 OJTLT HAlLBTTSVILLt. TKXi SATURDAY, APRIL . Mil Mo. 248 at ttie > day Yueatan into the Pacifie peons of 8ono hate " i dark titers of and mm comet from the republic Tie Rebel is in receipt of the following from Hamilton, who has just finWbed a series of debates aviator in Oklahoma, particulars of which was given issue. Comrade Hamfltesi writes: George Gilbert with a clerical in our last Muck A Real Christian Gone. m of Vm that his day ie done in bo. Every foreign concese- of land like that of ***** Otis is already confiscated every landholder who has with Diaz or Hoerta has .je lost out,. M fast as'the Carranza govern- nt can get to it,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 April 1916

™'W; j&gfggi £v 1 ! < v ■ W? SSSSMSp®!;: C'Ta f - /■■■-v > -- "V; S ?r\' '.-if'v'-v , --.. • ■• - ?;;h; * ' ■■■ - v^;:W '%•&;.< •t— iPf •• '■• I- [: fe:'---- feyiar? ■V f Mexican War Plot Exposed. *Wsylsnd, Tex., Apr. 15,1010. ______ Comrade Hicksy: — While in A ■« ... ... Dalian reoently, we greased our (*fe. *57?* "f017 ** wdi worn brogans and deftly re sent The Rebel from Wa^ington, verting our store bought collar, D. 0., bjr a comrade who KNOWS we tock in the state conference oi Bead it and se* how it confirm* the Singletaxera. cvorythiag The Rebel ha« said - " the pa* oa thin head.) WaAiagtan, D. 0., April 22, 1916 AaMricaa capitalists of the Gug- *heuBRookcfeller-Heaat 1 orgaaiaed an international type - — - con up i racy to force the government of the United States to send an ar my ef intervention into Mexico. The . broad facta of the con- spiracy are in the possession, of the President and his Cabinet The facta have been oollected by agents of the Secret Ser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 April 1916

£■ 7"k!.; Vs "'-" ' : ' ' ■ J "*". •* " ■ 1 V- - *t :>&■ , •: y' '■' \\ * >■ ■ ' • ' • ' £■■■ iH "'■■■ "' IM'tHll .1, LI.".' h ">•'•: \W% , ^ .f- & l^c V 3K$ / \ / PL •. Ward modestly handed in nalpa offive Oklahoma dubba thai h« took on his last raid. Glen Tan Torst ia another Ot lahoma Rebel that ia wideawake and <>n the job all the time. He aenda a club sgain this week. T. S. Foster ia marching on the Bonk stronghold of Palestine. He cap tared another bunch this week and ordered more bombs. J. W. Upton, commander of the battle of Lexington, Okla., where the Rebel army captured a bunch of Donks> sends than in to head- quartan for safe-keeping and m&kes preparation for another at- tack on the army of Dubbs that are defending the Donk usurers. J". F. Page rounds in four Na- varro county Mavericks and shouts: "Long live The Rebel, to fire broadside into the ranks of th,> Donks." Carl Riddles gives the Rebel yell in the landlord ridden strong- hold of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 April 1916

■ •■;■• * ■ V -.' « \ , HI ?S>: Office Note;*. mi W. T. WEBB, State Secretary, Cisco, Texas. m&m .V ;; .V . -j; .' 1; . ut — W. S. NOBLE 1; '■•>• '• I I I I i SOUTHERN SOCIALIST LEC- mi SYSTEM APPOINT- MENTS. W*. D. Simpson — Winnsboro, April 29; Bln« Ridge and vicin- Hf, Maj 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; Prince- ton, May 6; Eustace. May 8, Chandler, 9 and 10. Van Zandt County Alive. The Socialist* of Van Zandt county mot at Canton, on April 8. It wa« large and enthusiastic gathering of Rebels from emery SDrtion of the county. "W. H. raith, of Myrtle Springe, was el- ected county chairman and 0. of Canton, county secret- ary, both by unanimous vote. A E. R. MEITZEN ; fea or KOCKDALE :r :• 1j, lp ' f ■ >*M ■ < ™> drafted.rim,. , '? Li,w?'u l % platform in which the national iiJton « a ra^iat'r ^ 1 n' anl 8tat« Platforma were endowed. \t £•%: !n o il , .State delivering stirring ad-1 10; BcdiM and vicinity, 11, 12, dresses. Plana were laid for an ag- 1/L.v, Toirtnn u.v i rewive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 May 1916

TX HICKJBY. Editor. ^ — 50c .vkp&l «tabe el iww more (40 w—H) 26c. ACTUAL mxi.u If this nsmbsr k opposite -a your mom your subssrip- ZOU lion expiree next Mi^rfW. I «tabse*4et a- *0 US OXLT HAJLLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JfAF •, 1916. tfo. 249 Mil. it tti bmMBm at Si tSiS mm. Kim m epostateJew.i possessor of i the mMn&l movement and -ex- _. Jjg nose, med Goldstein, poet the rfply to go elsewhere «han jfr#t r^miniMtnm his center of grav- the waste basket T ity the elimination rff which would But yet the Rebel believes that Mho him tip -over'backwards end them ia a way whereby a do- whose mental if not gastronomic bete With Cdlins ean be arranged, achievement eonsistad in sating The method-it simple and meat ef- pork chops on Yom Kippor is her- feetiwe. It ia (this: Let Mr. Collins ktg a delightful time running like «««« *rom the authorities of the <a scared wolf from Socialist chal- Catholic church the right to speak 'dangers while he deeply and de- f°r that church on qu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 May 1916

vv k. ' ... •' iii "£K : ■." : * . *.„■ ' - - . * . ■ ;y • , ,- ,- . ' ■- ■ ft, -+-, . . „• : . ; >>!;; * . iKfr---.-'- •■■". ■>■■<?•■■■. • • : ' . ■■ T--v.,--' ■ '• '•V'.'J.../> ' .■ r,. y.; i , •r::. S the V, —| pan OK UM WOHOng pens to congress It^. abolmh the prevail with ever-increasing edu- I cation tad organization on the |pert of the working ciaai until id the|E power, and otherwise, a. m. imw a^StS^S!^Utt between. Socialism end capitalism |Wftftith «f «***■**«* jAoaTTerre1 nf? iS The 8oci&iist P*rty voices with Deb?h!iTto3^Juttpel,uin« devotion to ite ideal* !lIlL ^ aspirations of the toiling and fro- tex trsjsS sr: f? Jj* _g «"• t« tleir aw, .nd it Und. mi- aa BB ror rft- compromUitulv for their duo- _Sy? «L*TK ,l">ir «* "' « , «"<i their Uwdl-tM. It eppetl. to Jl j*ir P1™" 10 """to "ndMtrUlly u< no al diet cte, &l o will, soon politically recognize their com- swing into l^e. We have just re- kimhipTX make common ^ C^ D^' lrttor a «. p, g Zw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 May 1916

1 EH ■ i -a ■ • "_ - ESswe^Pg^? ,Vt \ Jpip. - - £-" OUR REBS. W. Patterson, Eldorado, Ark., a club of fire and says: "1 mt*! "stunts" of the id- uses. liie Rebel pauses in istonish- ment from time to time when be **w*# ■"<* ^ —v■ -• v" , WMV «mmw W VW MW find that these Arkansawyera take gaze* upon the amazing doings of 4a ft n i r ■ 11 ■■ I I 1!k* IlAAa 4- Iiaviav * ' All* ntlllmnAlM I n r rl Iaw^u «nd « to Socialism like bees* to fiL BiasU, Randolph, •ends a club and writes: "We are , searing the donk* in both states (meaning Arkansas and Louiai- atw). We expect to elect a justice of the pease in nijr ward." Ben Billingsley writes from <Jrarelly, Art: "I sent for a copy of the Rebel a few days ago, and I wish to say it ia a dandy. 1 am sending a club of fotfr and if I had a little time I could send more. The woods around here is getting full of Socialist*" J. W. Sumpter, sends a club of seven from Jefferson county, Ok- lahoma, again this week and says that there are a lot of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 May 1916

FlfMli WSfQ f State Office Notes. WBBB, State Secretary, Cisco, Texas. #*#41 fc If I: 1 L' 5 I Mo*4ktm Socialist JActw System Appointments. T. P. Major, Chum county, May 11, 10, 17;- Lubbock, May 18,19 and 90; — Tulia May 22. Win. D. Simpson, Princeton 1fcy «• — Eustace, 8; Chand- m, 9, 10; ~ Omen, 11; — Bt 1, •rapeland, 12 and 13,-^> Luflrin, - Rt. 4, Imfkin, IB. Arch Lingan, Slnton, May 6; Aransas Pass, 8, 9; — Corpuu •iristi,. Robstown, Aberdeen ' school house and Driscol S. H„ 10; 11, 12 and 13;- Odem, 15 and 16. Covington Hall, Tomball May 5 and 6; — Highland Park Houston T; — Phelps, 8 and 9;— Dacna, 10; — Bedias, 11, 12 and 13; Madisonville, 14. • • • Referendum Result. The following is the result of the referendum which closed Ap ril 25. For U. S. Senator. T. A. Hickey 927 N. B. Hunt 1531 S. J. Brownson 1711 2 Congressmen-at-Large. Arch Lingan 1531 W. D. Simpson 1899 P. B. Gold 2298 J. W. Brice. Sr., 2392 Leland Baker 2557 Commissioner of Agriculture Pattan McCord 1085 Jn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 May 1916

t' m m \ «#ri ■■T\ Hi ;N# ■> iii'ifij n, '■1 ■'■ T«E REBEC fi&4X> £7100.000 ACTUAL FA&MSBS MACS WM9K. Shmi sf if"' ■ WOT - i ' m . -woa Aim. , i i T.A. HJCKRY, Editor <^a-- - 60c par jtmpt ; clubs of four more (40 weeks) 26c. If this number is opposite OC{ your dim ytmx wbscrip- ,Z01 tioo expires next tans. HALLETTSVILLE. MliS, 8ATURDA1, MAI 18, M«. Mo. 2M Acceptance Messing With Muck—2 Hallettsville, Texas, May 1,1919. To the Membership of the Socialiat Party of Texas Comrade*Your secretary, W. T. Webb of Cisco, has nett- tied me thiil 1 have bein nominated by referendum for the position ef United Stafe^ senator, subject to the November Section thin ye**. This nomination came to me without effort on my part with- sot any solicitation* or the expenditure of a penny. In accepting the nomination I do so because you have ordered me to the ftont and 1 pledge you that from now until the last ballot is counted t shall struggle with all the powerfchat is In me to m*ke ♦ur ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 May 1916

W\ ' II f'fifi Wwtm; HI # ngU Tfr/rn WOT. ,; -i* . . Vj,,. •a v- ■ Vi «t &&£*& ,TV X* <ycf «ii •onttouad to Page 1 •.-/-] f; I* r m ■X ■ ''iff/J tj V or | Xgrant jm that ' preacher* that the state oommittee at Oklahoma City and damp* on the rings of Oklahoma, are/-wolves if I |ktj : a! It || K I I ' BS 1 H II I 1 ' h j 1 l t s§ mi . I j i j Iff ; • { 3H l? if ''•'I■ 'I f ^ jit . #-11 lit i m- i I n I j I u;| now ther do notgive their "endor- sement" ot the parson* aa defend- er* of jssaaokraer, bot only aa — .~ "lecturer* and debater* againat sheep's clothing. Socialism." And the editor of tlw j graut you that when S5?. MV *s-« t ssfs i ing combination like this I akiml{ but why in hades ahould a | long sifcoe ooneluded that the whit* nan fight a skunk! X tack- fight would reach this point, and led one one time and my folks I am net hi the least disappointed. m gi^p in the barn for a I believe some wise man onoe said, . "the last refuge of sooundreSf# "" "j '|g know f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 May 1916

SgjpPj m > The Hallettsville New K. Meitxen editor.) L. Begem tends in a bunch new afohnson county and asm that after Pfr~;Alb. Lenxy, coloredleader,finds Rebel tnatment he thiaka thai | hie jolitieal actiritUo an *m i . Jind no ' (12.00) for which Mah cardpl ' |pared, vBuaineui Ja right along in the i from Hall oounty And let* ^Rnow that h« it inthe fight finish. and we*' art MUZZLEI> PRESS. 'irSii ; v • m New York. April 10, afternoon While the still raveling a second-day quotation J>f James I. , J utill charging him wi limited by the faet that neither saying "To hell with the the Democratic nor the RepuWi- Lnh Stripes", a special committee can bosses in Texas, want thej0f the Board of Education was in- colored man to t|ke part in pri-l vestigating the bargee and con- manes and qonftntiona. This eluded the hearing at about the moves him to pen a manifesto to!time that the final afternoon edi- the colored people of % eountyJtkms flooded the streets. The re- that he asks Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 May 1916

iiiirssLi si) jjjjpflS ■~immm Mm 1MB l*fc: Bf ' IM!1 Em^ llfel --v' •|" .. '* -Tf-' ■•"' • • " tfiUj mM § ~".:";y;:- . ■ ......:i,. MjHf iM '• m *~X- "V f, ' ' -. '' i' \ ■ j j t - v ■ ,. \y y■ • ■ ■•/ ...u ^ ^r.^vV<*&$• Vr $$ • ■ , •• :.'•.• •• - •" - .<■■. ■ ■ ■ ■ •••.- g i* "~ 7# OOHOBM8S. DAMPBOOt ADVICE. ■ Boo.™,* replied Si* Alii have so t*t H w; EHB Kpgi fo%3i wzmn *rr ItASiF^S i w%wm : ■ ■ ii«S H roomi 00 the PHenri will 00 the run Golf. Long may ' yr. ~mr , on tt «tir vmr. * *. ft. •..|.„ „— walnut Springs, M«h un tWl '^|jr.^?R|HH the that the oo ita lidelemtes who art in the Waco 7inaladiog Z B. Meltseo and T. Webb) that it wu «>4. 1 not to equally*; di M M ubmittcd, toeal* will lend seconds to the above to W. T. Webb, Cisco, T«., (tvUkCr the n«0Wi of all membera in food fiandiot * meh locals aaeondiny thla motion 1 1 | t 'f l i' f fill •••♦V I'll Pp 11 < JmEeS §3 ; P MMSM'aLil.: • i#ipv Hi; :Mj;. t- ,:. I?-.-- I J 1 w.t.wSib, s«.S^SF- daeo, Texas. #/. • • ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 May 1916

ABB OK mmmm —• un us ■U*\ , nu HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 20. 1916. HH' nHHhMMifii T.A. HICKKY, Editor. 50c per yasr; elubs of four more (40 weak*) 26c. If this number is opposite « your name your aubscrip- ZDZ tioD expires next iasue. No 2B1 SINN >*• r«i Miit IT . w*. , bU> 1m4 and atoL tint bi oeoaed and police- ■MP if,,;- ■ j.&A „ fo* . oenturies 8he exigence tint wan given to Canada, Thia in tfita ol the fcet of her own mow beautiful than the Ital- a island on the Irish aea almost within awing [Uifld. The trip from Kinfrtown, a suburb of Dub- *ZL k within an hour of London, ia made in four ) .;' ' • I ' r*1 ' ■ . ^ : j • * > ■ /" « t3 ' t .* *i1 ' ) T-fi. r ..- •> . 7 •. ^ " '''f ' '1 '' k el England is t«i timee Aat of iNland. The iha workshop of the world, i incomparably mile for mile, has aa great natural re- ■mi ii■ i haa ever sought to b®|ak. up her >rougfa!y asAe haa her language, her Utitature, her of law. and everything that makee for a nation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 May 1916

| j • ill? ' ■ -* u Ij II I W ,1 •; | i |ii(j 7! ■ -H |i I {) i t1 IH ill 11 U; It i I III; 111 ; t{ i m ill •fi flu "m t IS ~i ft: I; w s ' i I it: ST I Tenantry in^Texas bey find that the county v being depleted of its fertility. During twelve day* of. travel over Mem 8. 8. Davis and E. V. Wliile employed to nuke investi- gations o! land tenantry by the extension department of tbe State University of Texas, recently pub* lished over their signatures in the Bulletin «f the University their <-onelusiwi« aa to land tenantry in Collin county which lies between Dallas and Sherman and which is with one exception the richest black land county in Texas. These gentlemen were selected because of their high of order of intelligence by the state university authorities point out that the moat serious problem that Collin eounty has to faee is farm tenan- They find that the county is ^ of ' afctw the county they listed 314 cases of burning old stalks of the ground The tenant must fcmeexe the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 May 1916

Potentiality of Texas. There is an old saying that Hie 4 way to do a thing k to do it. For years a voice haa been lifted here and there about land condition in Texas in more or Sew academic discussion. The Rebel decided to do ito dvare to solve the question five years ago and by steadily battering and hammeririg away the end seems in sight Forces undreamed of are com- ing to our assistance, not the least THE SHIELDS BILL. THE TRANSITION PERIOD. An enormous grab at the pub* A wise writer on the subject of lie wealth QM recently been made WMWbKfi stated in Collier * by big corporations wtfk tke kelp Weekly in New York some fi*« of the United States Senate. years ago that inasmuch as the The Shield* Water Power Bill, which has passed the Senate and is now in the House of Represent- atives of Congress, ia the wor* human race passed from one stage of economic (development to anoth- er, coming all the way from sava- gery, the tree and the cave until attempt to get the natural re- we now h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 May 1916

I !> n Hi . ; I | i !| ' I II4 [it |! I I Mli:, Hi 111 \U I a \' If. i §- '.h Wm. J. Loe, the veteran T'exas agitator, waa a pleasant caller at the State Office this week. • • • Clarence Nugent is •helling the woods in Comanche county this week with good remits. • • • Arch Lingan is doing yeoman service in South and Southwest ; • « • Comrades in Jones, Haskell, Fisher, Taylor Nolan and Mitchell counties wanting dates by the Ga- bernational candidates will please get your applications^ this week. E. B. Hadsall reports a great time at the Socialist picnic in Houston, Sunday. Covington Hall waa chief spokesman for the oc- casion. e • e U. P. Boswell. the hustling sec- retary of the Tanglewood (Lee county) district writes that the Socialists will carry that beat next election. t • • • A. N. Winters. Red River eoun- ty, writes that they are arranging for an encampment this summer and have had Comrade 8imp*m with them for three nights last month and that he made such a hit that /they w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 May 1916

'■■h • : :l/%r '. ' '(■' :- •. ' ■ -' ''"rsS* 4#",;Mk 'i;;" ji®ri ®v:* i '#:; V .■■• ■■;. ' r-*: vv" HI w •.•;7 ' '• 1 - V „ < W\. J 1 ' jWSSSl Rfl®^S\PP8®Si«S2 £41*111 ., V JfPt- .... i-..'• &* ~- - " -.'; ■P ::. ■••;■::• / v".•; -. $$■* vi mm. mg&m ■ >Atf^plSlffl #.i? £%«| SSSif; Wy-^ Brfe? ■ ;:& nraiK • • .< if;'-, ,'if ;/ ■ —'I ..'BHSa g&gtf i *$* r ■ • i 8roK86i &i rj- ■ fk y : ., ragS | H 'f;■■ 1 ysggl on onx mam — sat u abxsb. TA.. HICKBY, Editor- 50e perycer; clubs of four or mow (40 wicks) 36e. If thia number is opposite Aro your nam* your flWrip- 25o tion expiree next MM*. ' • I " T )~ gyf ■'■•■ :J P5i 1 SATURDAY, MAI V, 1916. OS 4 'ftim ■pi Sal JjmFiiMi&*aS HK>j1 ;w: m mm writ® to are in receipt of a 1 jfitiii aSMUt Iwwswftr -j and therefore oblivion. i wbS rt tto floor of of Burel r out tlmt net Ti« m! but the vwt cities me | end as exited it jee a tor, Hoke a«th; block the work of . tre wonder that ^be R^ the throttling J? 'first port...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 May 1916

warnmmm U, ?i -S3' :. ..; ■ .,;v^'- ill IMSLI m$m mMmm ■ S# mm Wi Mi ill (l-1' • ^ ^' p - '—v *' p$ | | I mmm S'SfeJOTWE J.1 V *> r u Prow dispatches the bi ade in the history of occurred laat week when 145,000 people marched up Broadway and Fifth Avenue and it took twelve hour* to pass a given point. It was widely heralded as we big. gent parade in this hemisphere, but alas for the accuracy of the Associated Press they could not be further from the truth. A parade is a body of men or women who march four or twenty abreast as the case may be and be- lieve in Uie principles that their flags aud symbols, transparency and banners proclaim^ If It doe not measure up to that standard it is a fake on its face and it were better for its promote in that it were never held. It takes on the character of the clacque in Stanch theatre where men and women aw paid, so much to come and applaud £t the proper mom- ent, or again the oheermastera in old party conventions who regul- ate by the minute...

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