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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 August 1916

wm<m New Workers WORKING FOR I'EAi E. Usurer Williams gOURBONISIt AT BAY. ous Li- Campaign Organization. Falsifies. 11 , .... CALL FOB VOLUNTEERS, j _ "VT. „ Tlte Socialirt party ia planning «, „ ^Jeh' i" .*1 k, uS |To u^JrE- i"r*u"o°' «*"- We, the undersigned citizens o£ V«nl AM \ UamoI. TaVStf In Behalf of the Tenant Farmers of Texu*. (By Covington El Rebelde.) ATTEMPTS TO BRIBE RE- PUBLICANS It, it hard to reeoapile bourbons to the idea of popular government. to the idea of popular government in all this murder madness that Wha an overwhelming majority ^ now sweeping the world, only of HisaiHsippi voters in 1914 afr one organization is keeping its racc ire petition No. 55, which ta raove, William Hemenwuv of Jack" ( A(jd t0 this the Zimmerwald aa the literacy teat.s it is ao%.-presents the following typie- (Switzerland) conference of the „al that this amendment bourbon argument: Socialist parties of the world, end wH JTZTalik anything to pay I should be adopted. The effect of ...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 August 1916

m So® mm Titiir-; W- 'h m 5 ufiW'*:, •«fc II: I .1 ■ i I F II 1 *' i I •h 4 ■ I k« v j. I Kitf i ' (*5 I II: Mr I if ! r : ■ a, 1 n i "M pH" I if f IM I NJ if-1 ifl ff •* *£*- 4' il in life iP; p a pi M 11 l *11 i:: i Sir*! t- Si I <1 ** U h FA-. I ft . 11 M Mf & fik'i^afn wtiV WjR1' : .• . Mra y." • • ■ ■ >v. : ;■ ■ A \ ,:■ r;\;r ' « . ' ■ V;::. ■ &. '• "■■■ ••••yv • - , ' *\•• t® }Joi\ m Office Notes - "V Om Cihmip Tick*. rTW: r.-fefjjifLi! if-, w.t. The J* jr ®, 1914 r, H C PtjJcher, Mariet- pw 5i CfUm ^ ^l^niw.wa lecturer, will be- County jndfe. Tom Strickland xfroJ^ Crockett, 7 8 9, * a campaign in Fkher county Bt. 1 Hbghca Spring., TiT^ W, . Ballin-1 August «, Mil Sheri3/T W.lSSL^SX 1 P*; 7~7 {J?®*" <xm®V['.9,*0' I1' I 2*** Ar* •• Linden, Te*. 1 ' tl' !!* 2* Co^d?ai RoUn' Sunday, August 6th, 31 Diatriet elerk, T P Steed. Rt C Springs, 14, 16,' 18; Hl«d A<she P. m. {Atlanta, Te*. SUSS T7~ii ,T',«15i3 17j. HobU Mo*diJr' **9" *, at 8:80 Conn® clerk, J J Car«ie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 August 1916

m f r; 'V ■ .\ ■■ •-*" mBSSB -)'A Mp^p ■J,. k; , &.*i. J •-■" \ '■ BEL ACTUAL H elubs of 4 or years for $1. .. _« ~ . ? „ 1 ' > ' *0 TO OWLY BSOATOB VI in OT 001 — XJBf TO Aim T. A. HICKEY, Editor. 50c per ysar; dabs of four or mora (40 wseks) We. If this number k opposite <\ n a your BU|i jour sabserip- Zu4 tion expiree next tasue. l ih« pMtaffie* at " Mt of Ma BALLSTTBV1U.K, TBIAM, SATURDAY, AVOV8T 12, 1916. No. 203 CENT llOUM 1 organised world, men who oasnot or will not organize anything bat robbery and humiliation; it k the price pay who lag behind the age in which they live. lisatian dose not amply consist-in your paying your Socialist party and in voting its ticket once every two the Donks know better than that, — know that back machinery stands the industrially organised Capi- iords and Bankers, and it is this power they mainly rely elections. is true because the (Class that controls industry 29, WAS WILL EVER BE, "The 'Government". There is no other Government bes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 August 1916

?-~ :'■■■/:''*y&-?.>-li$£it.r^iaS&r .:..■ • ••" 1 " ' 7 •• : ,. ■ V ,- ., . :. ....... • '.• '■ • •...". ' ' ' -■• ■ * S ^ Wmmi Y ■ ■ ' • •'y ' ' . . . ■w- I ! ■ m p ; I ! v .1 . !!! i ■fie fee I! h i > I:: • • a I li 11: II a It Can't be Done. !• the wrid that he had ed is potyag cfartridtj into •ad had produced a mrk telegraph would twathilale tine aad ud which haa ffiMr u.i uwu — ■ - * a*owi aa^m w*rvn )nv«ta to be saeh a Meanag to mankind, the P«bbe gsie no support to the project; instead it denounced the telegraph m being an titter im- possibility and subjected H .to the wMt eroel, ssresatir aad Mr. Morse struggled on with a ■ V ■ ■ ■ /■ ' ' v' ■ SSS III! recently celled to auad by an old dscmawt that Made at follows: " Torn art welesaae to ok the school boose to debate all pi spar in. hat such thing* a* aad telegraph* arc im- poaahi&ties aad rank la it the awed of God about (ha. They are deviesa of Satan to kad iauaortal souls to heAV* ietorditf to the iogie ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 August 1916

f.V'r.rfrv/.t■'■;/: \'v'; '"k >6v*9} •• -■••■':, —•■ - ' -4 ■•.■-. "jrOrV; r:-".:S,^'"v ''~"Y';'*'vl rrr^S i i-rom Comrade Holt. — City, July 31, 1916. Dear Comrade Hickey: of your paper of under the head of "Holt Vindicated," a glight occurs in the following :the article which reads: 'Mr. Walsh took charge of the case at the urgent request of the United Mine Workers of America and John P. White, its Presi- - dent." I know that you are not one who stand*.for Bushwa tactics if you know it, and therefore I am taking the liberty to put you righf on the part that gives any credit to Mr. Whit© in the winning over this the foulest of all conspirac- ies ever committed in the United States against Labor leaders. Mr. White, at the special con- vention of the Miners of Dist. 21 held in Ft. Smith, Ark., May IS, 1914 (at which I demanded to be given a hearing on the charges of the coal operators, and at which I ree'd a full and complete vin- dication) deliberately took advan- tage of a resol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 August 1916

State Office Notes. MBS vv> Vv. i 5*3^ .=■& lH mm,: <wsw<?.$ • * W. T. WEBB, State Secretary, Ckn, tan. we ■" .♦ i#.<e MM aw 8Mk MI vkkh «r ♦315,000,00a lor 1917 which $110,000,000 k for new „ ,. „ construction. And as if thin were Washington, D. C, Aug. 1,U lf. not enough to-wave before a war- We arc now facing the most tWn ** 8<nmt* ■ - TBM ENCAMPMENTS. Prom what advioes an ooming into this offios the enoempment ■easou this yoar will bs the (teat- eat in the history of the state. First, it began earlier and, next, it will wind up later in the year than ever before. Sometimes | was aa many aa four or five encamp-(Bowie * ailmOtm. The I the world i m enough! i world, izes ap] S 3rH*a ta JS,o3?So. to •tapcttdoa naval ajproDriX, I **">■>* * for ft. 1588,000,00 Britain's expenditures ,y t i r it I I ™ $P u (; i Sfc I - I ! { l rf i I ji! h- . ; Ui I I; f) s~ 1} y ■ 11 IV -If i' 'I nl ; * meats and pienics are being held at the same time with record breaking cro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 August 1916

7. A. 60s per jmi «i for or more (40 weeks) 25c. If this vm+m k «mNi A/>p your biim your subserip- ZO D tion expires next' •t In tfnlw of 4 or —REBEL ET 100,000 ACTUAL i JAJUtERS EACH WEEK. | A ♦ - -- F ; a* *1 MteM; 1, Mt of Utf, 1^;:. •' ime Battle. iii a — ,**• The dirty Dank machinist chat have ruled Oklahoma with a L hand for so many years are getting very uneasy. During the six months the Socialists qf that state have scored at least three mefl with telling effect and in such a manner as to presage a land- ide that "will bury the Donk usurer-landlord governor, Williams, ,d his crooked crowd oceans deep __ It will be remembered that the Socialists got first blood last when they replied like a thousand of brick to the. damnable re- lation law that was aimed at them by the Williams machuie. ley turned in and registered nearly 75,(KM) Socialist votes —* a an of 23,00(Lvotes over the 11)14 election, with a splendid chance ' gaining as many more by Noveml>er and thus capturing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 August 1916

liS m - — MM* mm. ^ if R Iff ' i.;f El-It' 1 1 0'r j 'HI • 1 f'i M, i, p ! if :• ! v' # t # 8 $:.«; 1 1; t ! / br] •My; $!&• r.I; 1 m rw h& if; I :I m ?■?-* ->n if pi ;t if 1 ii W 1 ml a « & tfi.i i Is '5R-; 11 Jp Wm: mm, '• # •• S?; < - ■ 11 i Decentralization Vindicated. TEXAS PROGRAM PROVEN CORRECT BY ITS ENEMIES. Con of tkt Constitution Gloriously Illustrated by Mayor Lunn, Hoisl- ed by His Oum Petrad. J" The fight of the Texas Socialists for absolute home-rule in their ow affair* as the finest and cleanest expression of democracy waa suc- cestful yean ago in Texas and Oklahoma with the result that thaw two great southern states lead all America in Socialist agi- tation and all what is therein im- plied; saloa of literature, member ship, votos and general result*; while the old-fashioned form of or- ganisation based on centralism has plunged the party otherwise na- tionally in the slough of despond, with the capitalists /and their henchmen laughing at the.disco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 August 1916

•'S .:' v--' \¥i m TEE AND TERMINER. did so. He was so young that he AiA \ . vuung ioat ne aid not know that the property of these companies was sacred and Pround holy. For his failure tn nnntvw ..*„ iL! i John Harding.) s **.. July 20. — This „ ... 4 u , the Steel Trust whisper 'to appreciate this he was sentenc- ^ the court of Oyer and Ter- **1 to two years. and General Jail Delivery The band which lead the May • I Da-V parade went thru a large faint whisper from the 8Win?ing gate of the steel compa- ' is enough^ to make this 1 and played a serenade. This warf1 the supreme outrage perpe- trated on the United States Steel Company, ier and trample. It old name, Oyer and ... ...... centuries old. It sug- medieval brutality, tortur- I suspicion, which it has to outlive. , Before me today in this court, jh. benches, are two judges, and down in of them a two hundred , district attorney, whoso tags from his waist. The of this court minister of the Steel Trust, are smooth, his smile disin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 August 1916

H BS State Office Notes. HERE'S BRILLIANT RECORD OF LONE 80CIALIST UT CONGRESS, I m: p I./#; h i i 1 ;-f -j ? l 1i ' 1 f. i * 31 i I ' ; ' l i -.i j I] i' '■ 1 >■ i ill I j ,'il • i ill I I I I f m VOTE THEM DOWN ■ which Teddy Boo*;vent is so strenuously advocating today ii (From St IjouisJUbo^^^ jno reason why the entire Socialist In l«t week's 8T. LOUIS j Party should be pledged to this uABOR m published the • militaristic streak. And in this National Socialist Hat form for I connection we may aay that the the 1916 election, ai drafted byljast two yi the National Executive Commit- tee. The document m good ta far aa it goes, but we object to the majority plank on militarism and sineetely hope that the Socialist Party ' membership throughout the eountry will wake up and vote the plank down, substituting therefore the minority plank, which, in our opinion, expressed hut twoyaars' experience has de- monstrated the fret that the lit- tle Alpine Republic, with its highly praised "Swi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 August 1916

1 r- -if .*/ ■'* 1 ' ' "•'* ' r' ■ ; I- ■: * AtV-JUl SUIT TO U| OVLY HOiDIl VI p^^r-'v'' — lat a A«t— T. A. HICKKT, Nter. 60s per yee*; stabs of foot or man (40 weeks) Be. If this number is onpaait* - ywr bum ywr aaWrip- 20b tfan expires next issue. ualltttbvlltt, trxasaaturday, avqv8t «, 1916. — i, ...Linit ■n mo. lea battle * or well to —~ uuujr w wtttcn me oaiue i m on, and 00 that my new readers can be thoroughly posted upon fast, I1 will briefly rehearse now what has transpired up to 1 a* < eloser to August 26th when the subdued battle of will be on over the question of whether Mr. Culber- M pB be the next United States Senator it wen * moment to consider other elements in the case. For instance: The editor of this great religious weekly, after duly receiving the nomination for United States Senator on the So- cialist party ticket—a party by the way that twice in succession has reached seoond place, beating both Republicans and Bull Moosers, it was understood that I would go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 August 1916

• ■ v - v . ■ ■ ■: > • ?■• ■.- .^r'::t,;:T . . ■" ■**■ : ..-:■■■ • ."• .' ■' .,-:— •::> " ""■>- ■ •: W* f .v *:m ■vK-«, y ,.. '.v*1 -jSps 1.:: m ■■'•m State Office Notes. 1 W. T. WEBB, State Secretary, Oiaeo, Taxas. ■ ■'. ^ v ■ •: ,: ; ■• •■ ' ■"■' K'*. ^ '-V '' i • v/v' • 1 ;'• • 1: '4jfS^ * * ■ , ./" -'r '• • - dates between that place and Mrn- cola. Then from Mineoia west- ward to Fort Worth and north- ward to Oklahoma he will be op- en for « few dates. Locals along this line of travel should write him at once, a« this will be his on- ly trip into Texas during the cam- paign. The terms are $6.00 for one speech and entertainment. He pays his own railroad fare. Ad- dress Geo. G. Hamilton, c|o Freda Iiogan, Huntington, Arkansas. • • • Locals wanting Meitsen dates will please write this office and a date will be arranged for you. Counties that have a full Social- ist ticket would do well and get good returns on your money to en- gage a good speaker for a school house campaig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 August 1916

m T 34 - \ . f-'i " r ' - ?. ■ "*■ ; ; -.,v . Fantine in our Day Eugene V. Dtbt. \ The reader of Let Miterables can never forget the ill-starred Fantine, the mourning heroine of Hugo's immortal classic. The very name of Fantine, the gay, iruiletam, trusting girl, the inno- cent, betrayed, self-immolating young mother, the despoiled, be draggled, hunted and holy martyr to motherhood, to the infinite love of her child, touches to tears and haunts the memory like a melan choly dream .. Jean Valjean no- blest of heroes, was possible only because of Fantine, sublimest of martyrs. Fantine—child of poverty and starvation—the ruined girl, the abandoned mother, the .hounded prostitute, remained to the very hour of her tragic death chaste as a virgin, spotless as a saint in the holy sanctuary of her own pure and uttdefiled soul. It was of such as Fantine that Heine wrote, "I have seen women on whose cheeks red vice was painted and in whose hearts dwelt heavenly pur- ity." The brief, bitter, b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 August 1916

*' ::'r■ v"'"- ■tflilHHlKl^F V : ••; ■■■ ■V;:-J'p.,'^,: ' , '■■ .:••'•• ■ woSsu who have km mXtOi&att #■ for their "3 litflrpuurs iod Nothia^ a *• Mia*. xnfy by of pot- TV trnfle tike Narth therefore nr it to ahaiaflk by aeflftMil hk d^Mhkrlitti of the if at aR, of • ., * „ m. ,* Oa™ Mtll it «9 of ob the rood fn eonfitioM are no by the cad of the «t wtO five ear mil ia- We l not pnpatt to he erewded off the earth without * fight, aad we ate oar* oar amy wfll hdp aa any aloft far the frmkai of ad child to The BefccL PROGRESSIVE IB FOE BO- CIAJJ8T8. Topehft, Kit, July 31.—1b ft letter written to • friend ,|'"*'i''g hie eat, writee thai the Bodatiat party Jaw we the anpport of aB who reeSy Mhvt the refome ad- by the 0I4 Prograaeve •imp* 'Many Pregreeame have per- sonally Matured me that thejMeaa worth while from a ret am to the old party," he writea. 'How eaa they justify their action, if they return!' "Many Profraeevea do not know that the major part of the so-called 'Booseveh pol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 September 1916

■A'. 267 i' as 01 oklt noAum wi ai oar ou* www =i HALLgTTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1916. A Vlslt 10 Oklahoma. ■-•■ -' " " ' ,1- X: " ^ l The editor of this great religious weekly last week gave up hui itgmbUe in Oklahoma. " ° W4 til6 8oeUli*t g* The movement is a revelation to those from the north east and wegt that come in contact with it. With the sole exception of te*, •**** j ^ form of Party organisation the Oklahomans have itterened it is with out a probable shadow of a doubt the most de- i movement of the world. Autocrative committees and news- have been thrown on the ashpile and the movement is absol- in the hands of the rank and file, which is almost exclusively proletarian. Everything is run from the bottom up. The local is the bans, of organization, not only in theory but in living fact. One hundred and fifty enoampments and picnics will be held during this season, fifty-five of which will be held in the congres atonal district in which Comrade Stallard is runn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 September 1916

■gv fU ' fU ri • - v'' - ' 1 •" : : ■ • > t—- , V ' JfSSB • . • • m . \ ■■' ' - ..'.r. ' ' '• •■'■ '%&/■ 'J- \* l *>. -v ^' >* ... ' > ' I-, ,.. . ■ ■ • Meitzen at Wicbi- Falls. ? The dally papers of Wichita Kails, namely the Daily Tribune and Daily Tinea, gate very fair end complete aoosunts each day of the Social Lit encampment held near the city August 25, 26, 27. Thig unusual fairness was natur- ally appreciated by the Socialists. The following is a sample of the retorts published. It is taken fro mthe Wichita Daily Tribune • • • MHim BAM DBXOOBAT AMD a. a p. TAKES KNOCK AT BIDE I88UE8 RAWED BT BOTH OLD PARTIES. As* Lata Maarta flan la Ytrfun Ho Declared That it was Baaker-Laadlord or LuAord-Bulwr Iasue. The aaaaai day «f ths Wichita esaa- tf Socialist dstapmat had sa la- creased atteadaaee ever yesterday. Quite a apabar of visitors eases in Eleetra, laws Park and other points la tks eouaty to hoar the speak- ing wofru at tho Laka Pavilion, morning, aftsraoon sad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 September 1916

■ - • if* . M-V .1•; M •.'. v " v ■ ■ sSAwmSkarnfm.«?•- • ■• ■ ■ „ -_• :•••: . r : k-> ■ (By Lm A. Stone, 11. D.) \ / N >whoee great dra- matis work It the playlet "War Brides," ku attracted worldwide at- tendee,-declares in the 'loUowini? para- graph wMt she is. She says: "I«« humble worker, a tiller of the field of drama, and Oh, so happy to fiad a keaveanwnt piece like 'War Hr ides' J "Plendid, stirring drama mf hatred of war and what war doe* to women. Art ia so big and we are so BttH b*t with sincerity, we can do mueh, aad I am ia vaudevile because I feel that this play of excite msat and agony should be done by one who suffers. My brother, my uncles, my cousins are at the front,* and I knpw from my own life how to play this role." Only a woman who has acutally felt the paags of warcan play the role of Joan ia Mariofa Craig Wentworth' remarkable drama "War Brides"—she must feel all that she says or else her lines would fall flat. Nasimova again eays, "Thank God, we hare a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 September 1916

' ' ' '■ : ' v:" "■y;.■1 : : yi: •• turn State Office Notes. ■' ¥}&>#? "* r If w. t. wbbb, State Beepstary, CSmo, texas. V *W • f.- t ' • ■ fa jp ■ j. - r ?* . . .T jit., v * /TOT 17|f JPflf /AT SOMERVELL Somervell county again* Social. COUNTY. Begardle* of the tact that Witcher had been chftllpntnvl tn 1WU. n**arami 01 we fact that Witcher had been challenged to □Met one of the Socialist repre- sentatives at, the Socialist encamp* are "mixin" things in Somer- * ' " V-~Wy The Socialists and the Donks .re "mixin" things in Somer- vell county. A few days ago the comrades pulled off a big encamp- ment At Glen Rose, the county seat of Somervell. One of the biggest crowds that has ever at* tended'a picnic of any kind there waft on the grounds all thre days. Mary B. Kules, J. A. Frecland, E.R. Meitaen and ye writer were the speaker*/ The enthusiasm displayed by the applause rendered the speak- ers alarmed the Donks. a debate between Lelabd Baker and Judge C. K. Kinchen, a Democrat ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 September 1916

".v:: - £ v '<.'... - ^ ^ ■■; -c : m f ■*•' --JV ilfiffi v.- ■ ■ ■' •l.v ■ t __ •. " V | [V 1 7 ' ' , ■ ■•■• .'■ j - v-f •' '■•■'" • r -; - ^,K - _;*■ • fcrf-V'.'?1';, • i • •• :'•? . ,• • • l;.- ; •_•••'• • • • * ; * ' *0 OS OILY mlMigk <M — «iiaa oo v — aw iw iii— T. A. HI CUT, Bdltor. per years eluba of four or I (40 weeks) *e. HALLETTBYILLX, TEIAMJUTURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1911. No. 207 = par Crisis. i % Take The Rebel's position, oar contract has bee* violated. Paper e were paying $SlO for hat bean raised to $6.00 overnight and we are warned that |7j00 is coming and even then after submitting to the gouge which we had la do or suspend publication, we ap blant- ly informed that, sUlni—ll we have the money in the bank sub- ject to the demand,thai they can- not even supply us with the pa- per, six-column size, that we or- dered. The radieal payers will of course suffer more than their wealth conservative eontempories, the Appeal to Reason with its half-million circulation, was c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 September 1916

P\'," V'/lMtfT •« VWI7S?EP i *V*'tSA *-5 i .«• , •*. • ' > f4 ■ / §||| '"■' " " ' ■" Letter on Land Tactics. The editor of; The Bebcl has mil the following communication to ftn AC&iliftia A. Black, San An tonio, Sec'y of the Single Tax League of Texas. Sweetwater, Tex., Sept. 3,1916. W. A. Black, San Antonio, Tex. My Deer Mr. Black;— Aa yoa probably know, I am making a etate-wide canvass if the state, in the ntcreat at my candidacy for United State* Sena- tor on the Socialist Party ticket. At the immense Socialist eneamp mente that I hare been addressing for the peat nine weeks I usually have to make three addresses. As yoa might texpeet my speech 6b Ike Land Question Is the one that arousesfthe> fleetest interest. My Hingis Tfea position is ohesred t j the esho at eeery place that i have gone, running all the way from Texarkana to Amarillo and from then toGelveston. I find among the people of eH classes in general and the Socialists in particular an intense desire to stud...

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