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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 October 1916

HP. HH ilf&i ppw . ..• > V :, . . ' V;? I IPMIlM ] (By Soott Nesring.) SCHOOL® <t) What in the duties of a school QOVnHOft WILLIAMS SPURT8. plutw waa^n ,Upenntendent 1 ^ 1 understand The following is not * !??.?? it> one of his duties is to co-oner- the lunacies wetklie i ■HMk kT taken from S3^j£&r..3r£ rvj* * =0"^ SCT*.. .T^bX S f.permitsioti to raise its providing suitable uri nMKmnt the Gal-I)al • providing suitable and proficient the Oal-Dal r fares m order to offset tethers for the several schools Aw,-k"* LS the decreased earnings that were ^-r hl8 ph4r_. h®f ^ .•i* «r.;: :j ™! r^uTiS^'ttS'S ?? -tr** m«* ^etr j ' .duty jg to co-operate with "S t' '.TMcbgr*' Employment Aasocia- Jff—.J'LSS Itlon8" ^ "Teachers' Directory freatlyf Boards" in providing themselves with a satisfactory percent decreased profits, that the stock-1 holders in your railroad should hear a part of the loss!" "I do Hot," he answered. I "And why!" , ''Because, when a man invests rtwk «Tom r d,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 October 1916

m m '' Ft**-'' ' > m ps? ■3p"5 stats irons . HfV* ..• '•' ••fjfjv.v, ""g.j;'-. V^{-: " ^VS"* ' • ■. ■. - (W. T. Webb, Sec., Clwo, Tex.) Rj I , ! II H Ir? ; J. L. Hicks writes from Waco thai Walter Thomaa Mills spoke there in Comeron Park on the af- ternoon of Oct. 1 to a large crowd and delivered one of the best and most scholarly lectures ever heard in that city on the subjec of Socialism. • • • Simpson Dates William D, Simpson will spea at Chicota and in Red River coun ty, Oct. 17 and 18, and from then until election in the 3rd district under the direction of J. B. Lewis. • • • Rnsk County. Jas. W. Saucier ig filling 23 dates in this county, speaking to the white voters and is doing very e(ffective work, also we have a colored man by the name of R. Lane from Greenville, Texas, w'jo is stirring up the colored folks _ in the right way^ W. H. P. Wilson, County Chairman • • • Williamson County. You are hereby solicited to sem me the name of one Socialist i'> every voting precinc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 October 1916

' • ' '-• ''_' ."•;. ;- ^iAvr-- '>'v./ •• • -•' • • -. ; ' -/ - .. ?v' " ' . ' • - , ■ ■'' ' • • *.: -v;7 * vjr.-.lr *- jSV "''" .'■ sxivza fev:- ■ .... „... > , i.. . [.,V • , 'A-'..S M.. sii 17 100,000 ACTVAL mmm SO* p«r year. In Ml of A or ||||7 ■ lljj'ullll .I^ll.7.. ■ ! ■ *. vyf ijUgiJgKa... nka.i.BfcM. •' '* • &R* i- ^ r , t ei ■! a^*t, !* ««S< ' SF- QUA* APPMA* OR1ATTO US OMIT BB0AU8X WB All OH OUK KHBBS—LST US AX1SB. — T. A. HXCKSY, BOter. 60e ptrjraar; stabs of four-or man (40 mh) If this tin wpir® r"X£ 274 a**. r KALLBTTSVZLLl, TKXAS, SATURDAY, OOTOBSK 21,1010 MO. 373 - I have nearly reached the end of my resources in ' $ Battle * for the United States Senatorehip. After going before Grand Juries, County Attorneys, and t z lite* I \ T X I .JBW,- , . -'A-i!* . *t'.N Qst: ■■■-- ting with lawyers of high degree and learning, Ihave found it i* a game of battle door and shuttle cock between Demo* 7—^Courts, Politicians, and legal luminaries. aUl the time I have bee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 October 1916

- •• ' Wife r I-'.,.;- £*'■ %*s?r ■P vK5rS Slfl . ■ . ■ it!'' 23* ?ir>. '•••;: s*i? lit il 3« ss ■ „i ,V-W- THE EUROPEAN WAR. Down with any, and all power ithat provokes war, destroys pmm 'and massacres mankind for the floiy of Throne, Empi Kingdom. I If I I L I i I r2-l frl B I I'' I I } u 1 F?> A TM4K. The people of the United Sta- .tee are paying the owner* of rail- _. ^ /. , road bond* and stock* nearly ft Rim op, Oh common people,1 billion dollar* a year in interest Establish your own.governments ^ dividends. Sometimes it is ft The Rebel has for two year* re- Yf00 ^ principles of liberty, little more and sometimes it 1* • frained from editorializing upon , M government; home rale, just- little less, but each year tho*e who the great w«r, that is now con- humftni^r; equal rights and ride on the trains and those who vulsing the world. .opportunities for all mankind. We found that Jew and Gent-1 J™ nu'der not your ile, Christian, Turk, and Atheist brother men. were at one an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 October 1916

• :. ' -'■■" -i :• ■-•v/^ " ■ •-"*.- ' . , .. _' _ . IJ.vY ." :. .:. 1 Jl~ . — - :- - , <«i«i ■ ■■■• .':,; .... ■- ■: 'v r ■ >; -:.■ .•> • . ■ " ■;">?*' ."' ■ '£& SHOULD oo- '. THE RID AUD TH1 DXAD. • VIP ....p" ' SC^^iT.r V*~ '■':■< •;'.<■'•** rr-''- ^:" 'v" . ' wwwMlMm for The Rebel by W.H. Kaufman.) The two chief obstacle* to hu- men progrees are, in order of times— let. Inefficiency (waate, lack V)f conservation) and 2nd. Private monopoly (special privilege, robbery, oppression). For the removal of these ob- stacles to progress the beet plan yet devised is cooperation. In the order of their removal we must atUck private monopoly first, u that is, today, the produc- ers' ehief waste. Private monopoly means not abeolnte control, but merely "power to secure a more than fair price; a price above a fair competitive price." Cooperation means, "collective ownership and democratic management." Seme Large Groups of Cooper* t- on. Among the larger groups of co- opera...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 October 1916

:tt ft®? I tki iKXiW'ig^ 5il£i*sM- ES333SM..,-,.,1 Ml , ' ■■'. \ ■ ■■ r.i/V '•■:r- ?#iii§P*s * ? mBRffiaMB? T The Babafc nounee In Muqr •I Hmhb L A wk ago (Oct 91b) «Mjy 26,000 book* within the prescribed tia*. Wlww did the prospective rot- ere come from! Ott WettMr of writ* than Dan & _. , ^ to a crowded boots than Oct % and again to a large crowd at Tarpley on theDlfc. e e e """ . J* '. The Canton Herald, published at Canton (Tex.), a Donk strong hold, where they tear down So- cialist posters and sneer at all speakeii, gives the following ao- count of the Meitsen meeting re- cently held there j B. R. Meitzen, candidate for goTcrnor on the Socialist tick- et, spoke here on the square Tuesday evening. Few were present at the beginning of his speech but he held the Interest of the crowd and there were quite a good crowd at the clou. He is a brainy fellow, well in- formed on the social conditions of the day, and from the com- ment we have beard since, he msde quite an impression o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 October 1916

„..Pi #PIP ^f^-^fr'' '"^': Ppi ^pp •VI!r •'4';! r~ -V $ r<.'V.''.fiflj I L"17?* v^S' !■' V-'1 BY 100,000 ACTUAL tB8 EACH WEEK. Lemd Imgiu of Amine*. jtu. In club* of & or etch. 3 yearn for $1. • v - . / *2 *>vm m THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO U8 ONIY BECAUSE WE ARE ON OUR KNEM—LET US ARISE. T. A. HICKEY, Editor. 50e per year; clube of four o* more (40 weeka) 26c, if this number ia opposite your nam* your subacrip- X / 0 tion expires next issue. ■ Jmly 1, r MIL st ths pwrtoffle* U IUtt**- ▼ilk, Til, ssdm sat of Mu. i, ltTt HALLETT8VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1018 Mo. 274 ' - Psf nsoiu- Hughes - Wilson v. P-Xv ■ 'V H c, 2 rm One of the great factors in this cat \ ign that attracts more than any other is that of Prepai * ess. It was by no ac- cident that the membership of the Socialis % >arty of the United States overwhelmingly nominated Allan L. oenson for the presid- ential candidate, because full well they knew that Mr. Benson was the greatest writer on the subject ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 October 1916

y..r.c m 1:1 (The following article on the der to border within the United Land Question was written by C, Stale*. This land they are hold- er. Holman, formerly associate ing with no particular desire to editor of Farm & Ranch, Secre- aelL If blocked together, it tary of the National Conference would embrace an area larger than the state of California. Our federal bureau of corpora- tions says of this ownership: "Sixteen owners own 47,800,000 of these acres, or neary 10 times the land area of New Jersey." •1+ "fr10® °' Til lately the Associated Press on Markets and Fsrm Credits. Be is one of the beat known au- thorities on the land question in the United States. He is, of course, a Socialist. While acting as investigator for the Industrial Relations Commission he was a guest of the Rebel for five daya, while he studied the files of The Jlebel from its birth. We suggest io our readers that they read this article with exceeding care and pass it on to those who are an- xious to und...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 October 1916

fW' • '■ ,>-■.; • HSBahtr i wN'* v t >. . Bviffi'' 1' - JSjHi '■ pfc -v7 '■ FlfiBS ■ V" ? -. 1 ■}- - 'M i'VV' " ' "V*?* :■■ sag?? -T-' . ' '• . : 2. -.4 -.X.., >i K,r , . .***53 :jw? r'm . v*1* J. . — $0 I*; ,.'- yMW*™ --iEB " •' FOREMAN INTERVIEWED~ «<k « "«« - "• are wag no thought of "making mo- brought to tie Isthmus by six ney,'! but from it there soon grew Government-owned and operated an industrial laboratory which be- whole business IS NOT OPER- steamship# and by several mar- 'ore long became large enough to ATED FOR PROFIT, the only chant steamship lines having-ve - necessitate separate quarters (or object being the accommodation sels equipped for handling cold itself. < Beginning operations on a of the workers — goods being storage and other periahable small scale, within a year they sold at what they COST Uncle goods; and deliveries are made at were preparing eleven different Sam plus ten per cent for hand!- Cristobal not less than ten times products used b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 October 1916

U ] Be i M I I 1 I ili Te Executive Committee of the 8oeiali«t party certified to the ■eeretary of lUte the name of F. J. Penland of DeWitt county, for railroad eommiaiioner. However, in aome counties the ballot* were printed before the secretary rtf itate notified theae counties. If you live in one of these counties remember the nominee—P. J: Penland, and write his name in the blank in the Socialist column where it says: For Railroad Com- missioner, (Unexpired Term). , • • • Second Congressional District. Editors Rebel:— You will please say in the col- ums of The Rebel, that Comraae Lingan began at Jacksonville on the 19th the final drive through the district, and will work through Cehrokce county thin week, arriving at Lufkin for meeting on Saturday, Oct. 28. His dates for the remainder of the campaign are: At or near Timpson, Monday, Oct. 30. At or near Center, Tuesday, Oct. 31. Shu Augustine, Wednesday, Nov. ]. Bronson, Thursday, Nov. 2. Buna, Friday, Nov. 3. Burkeville, Saturda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 November 1916

th \ r-r • - ' .. 'V ,. •• <■..■-■ rjf;' ra63$^W^^'' .-Tw x5 «S^Wwi:" ■ '.'V:. jt; . - ■ i '**>' &3W A ■ ..7-* fr> • . £$g :. r. OvfM IM iMtfw «/ hefobeef tor — "S^S zyft ■ waasnrc. ^-..:—aai W7 "iu ."V—"* 7 S* V ■' v • .*"4 m ■ r| qrkat ima qeiatto ub omit bioatm wx aei on oue onuiT nii.fi T. A. HICKBY, liter. 50o per ymf} tluba of four or mow (40 WMka) 26c. If this number ia oppaute A ' jour dim your aub#erip- 27 O tion expires next taraa. &#g| " A - *3 . ... • * - £ The question ia often asked: under Socialism will you the marketing of inch i ■ ■,!. M 1 $&5 i:0® **r • i products as "cotton, it, rice etet" best way to convince g Thomases is to show the many things actually That pai the name ton trust, including mills, cott* houses, ate* other raeai hallkttsvuub, tixas, Saturday, novsmbxr i mi bu^ak doing along tbi* line of late. One of the best illustrations yat is Australia. In 1915 the wheat speculators and flour trust were taking advantage of the war sit- u...

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

1 ■■■ ■ ft®®8® Pp Hi r SOCIALIST CANDIDATE FOR TTOB PRESIDENT IN TEMPLE. W ? ' Mi to Im* «AM| ta «* -ii for dortour, on the Flatfom TMtirtv Afternoon. Temple Telegram, Oct. It George B. Kirkpatrlck of Now York, Socialist candidate for vice president of th* Halted States, speaking lMt night to a largo audience in tho city park, chal- lenged the working clan and ovary bring aboot anck clttditlona no would provide a bolter Urtof and Mom J«i- WW for tho working rtsim, ^•> V "Aa to political partiao," aaid th* apaakor, "them «m ihfoo seeentfal differences betwoon socialists and oth- platforms friunod by a offico aorrieo ia anarchr or eoo^a. baah * U « ™ !£!i!L * 0r W8UA0 by tho ptopla- by repre*mto- tiraa duly oloetod by tho people aad when tbaao repreeentativee got to- gether and roeito tho beliefs aad awt- tho public park *r tho public wagon road ia a 'dividing up' scheme. "Thia mutualism to induatry will no moro bo anarchy or communis* or atheism than tho mutualism of tho post or "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 November 1916

merican voter, it GOMPERS. O'Connell and Mor C>Ptain 0eneral8 0f the mayhap, it be the American Separation of Ubor ItftLui dfc...u l- ,,&VeAju8t isaued * manifesto to Wl£I>n ?! A®encan worked instructing HMtTiTnw !? 1° 8upport the Democratic t 0M P4rty bftcaU8€ o' t« grrfat achievc- ^ fc^ tke European war ments in behalf of "organised* T) °* ?r ^bK°:-" ** og 0n t0p of th® United States e '•"Can citizen fo Supreme Court's refusal to re- setters he vm at view the cases of the West Virgi. by the Roosevelts ma miners who were sent to the i Hypocrites and pen for long terms for disobeying tma that it™'"1 "** a not to i, or a^ute for a strike ^ BfU3r t^leir employer*, which ^ Jj sai(* J°dge declared a treasonable -*^w!i*k o^'trous blo'>d conspiracy and right on top alao Wily the Socialist party of an order by a Federal Cout of 7 a j , ' ®*,*n embargo Appeal's order to an Arlmnw^ that intended not only* monitions Judge to hear a suit brought by — •'♦ all necessities ol life. t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 November 1916

/ / The eomndM of fice Notes. t-.-f ii SfflSSI nupql ud telephoae .. ? ■ ;'. v?', * - >• salary ; 11 f i t , I ,| < :'f M •, tit ■ I 4 i if *?§ I To the Socialists of T«em. Comrades t It la very important that ever/ local in thia state send delegates to the state convention at Waco, Nov. 10 and 11. The convention will be held in the City Hall. Questions of vital importance to the movement will be discuss- ed at this convention and it* is your duty if you are a Socialist, to attend—I therefore urge you to be present. W. T. Webb, State Sec. • • • J. C. Smith, candidate for rep- resentative of the district com- posed of Jackson and Wharton counties, is whooping things up in grand style. Speaking at ev. ery important point in his dis ■ ha number at aU the important points in the county just before etoetioft. They will alao hold , a three day encampment and rally at Mont, five miles from Hallettsville, at t.60 m Jill Total appease HU.00 Haealpfa in daee aad sappUea 1W.05 tnct; show...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 November 1916

£ ■■..-Tr"* - ~ ;■ ' ' £ - 1 H PS ^V;;"C •:-".pp v v^X/lv;' i>",: 757^71 >;.r v* ;1 r — ^ 3^0^' v [ ||t J ? :-• -.V |p for 01. iMttst JWy 1, it n nnti Mt «f M*r- . im« 45 ittkt * a./t^w^V, TBS GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO US ONIY BECAUSE WX ARE ON OUR RHUS—LIT US ARISE T. A. KICKBT, Editer. 60e per ywi ofaba «f lour or - mora (40 weeks) 26c. 11 this number ia oppoeite _ _ _ your dim your subecrip- Li I tkm expires next HALLETTSVILLE, TRXAS, SATURDAY, NOV! -t i.« < 11, 1910 No. 276 fe.'v-v Sg& * !$fe if ml llf£ # Si -™T •; ••& M w §|J '-4>; % ■ j;-'' or w he I I I ■•■V I v '"1 Socialist Gaini. The following pre* dispatches taU of Socialist fains, and It it thought that there will be many more whan oomplete returns are In: Chicago, Hot. 8. - Carl D. Thompson, manager Socialist na- tional campaign, in a statement today said the party had polled about 1,200,000 votes, a gain of 100,000. • • • New York, Nov. 8.—Meyer Lon- don, Socialist congressman from the east side New Yor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 November 1916

r r | mm ljnfB|j|; in ;v"> A*'* 'AWr y mm W: r ., .*■ • 1 «%* ■ ppm - ..r - >**•* l&fSrlpW I $# ' .• • • * . Hf"i HI | J iii y if J ! a 4 t i 11 If it ] 0x: Deducting the $70 for explos- ives leaves a net balance to each miner of $52140. This Is not in- eluding the. cost of the miner of "ofS SSKilK F®*«*•" °ll ' «■ ^ 2^*12!?™ SSSjH ^ UrbHuertera furniahed 24,488 ton., which wu 27,8M,. L,, mi ramp(mr „e annuaUy from th, prTu'c.r,' „f S^f^t^^h^T^h —.hi. 4V,. .4.4-lchief,y of * two-room house with a one or two-room lean-to, for agricultural wealth in the state of Oklahoma. This repreeenta the exploit*. fc** ^ tion upon land values only. The r«~ ,~Z*' ^ . 4. chattel mortgage boainoa of thia Loridng clJ, WIlfU££, th. larg- state is enormous, and this is the body of workers in the state mdit vicious and iniquitous of all land they are ^ p^,.^ paid of (By L. D. Gillespie in Interna- tional Socialist Review. Oklahoma is wonderfully rich in natural resources. With her ex- ceptional...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 November 1916

«!• r i s • ■' ' <V.1,,• <K s®ff a **8sfflB ■■■'■ Si '■5 ; The article under " "• '• • . > ; above ^ ^caption which is printed below w written for the Rebel by W. B. Northroop, for many year* - Amerfcan eorrenspondent to Eu *°P«*n paper*. Mr. Northroop is *°® -America's foremost Single Tixers and in this article he just merely points out the views of Mgea, philosophers and scholars who hare arisen in the past and proclaimed that the earth belongs to all men and that it should be controlled by the living and not the dead. The same view is shar-f «a by ever 200,000 red card Socia- lists who by referendum voie placed a plank in their national platform which declares for: ;,<The collective ownership of toB-* wherever practicable, and in «Me where such ownership is im- practicable, the appropriation by taxation of the annual rental val- ve of all land held for specultioa or exploitation."—Ed. GREAT INIQUITY ISS* ' or if no, h7 ta« f„r .a™. on their „ *lr anc<Btort- gwal co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 November 1916

raff- S^^ii ■ is? <. W 1 KsifS '■S ,iS:i Af: m gj§i );t >'. "! gp wi r-4;$! |If f 1 w p ll tsffr lii .:pfe%|'Pi 2f>5£ IfPp! lf i State Office Notes. ftil fil W. T. WBQB, State Secretary, # S;?f it r ill. i'hil rj ;:I' # .? -4 i i -"' i i p i *«4 •j? < f r /■, 1 i- if I T Sinart of Nominations. Following comrades wen nom- inated for state secretary: W. T. Webb of Cisco, by Locala Ootalla, Oran, Lyra, Port Arthur, Mount Olive, Murchison, Buck Creek, Coitus Christi, Tangle- wood, Mangum, Salem, Boekey, Forest, DAlias, Little Cypress, Christine, Gatesville, Plainview, Santo, San Antonio, Sample, Bomney, New Home, Mesqoite, Sagerton, Shiner, Hallettsvillc, Desdemonia, Palestine, Hotan, Longview, Pollok, Santa Anna, Ruell, Nixon, Elbert, Nona, Un- ion S. H. ,Stones Cahpel, Grove- ton, Wolf City, Alabama S. H., Galveston, Pennington and Pino Grove; San Antonio (German Branch); also by the following members-at-large: J W McWil- liams, W B Starr and wife, G \ Moore, J E Lindley, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 November 1916

|PPfP| Sw&Sra* BhbH IfMwIlll sJilt 9SflE «5 fe •:«& &M nK -V' Kis 4 ' *ii '®: * - ;$«%>. Pi EALLKTTV7ILLI, TBXAA, iAfUlDAT, MOT 18 1910 PP WHY- US AB1S& SSJSCi AfO. 277 11 The Mexican revolution has _ t to the front * brilliant end patriotic array of young Mcxicanwriters who are doing a great service to the eomoitn peo- ple of both conntriea by exposing the true reasons back of this hoe. and cry for intervention.. One of the writers is Francisco Bulnes, who has recently issued a powerful book, "The Whole Troth About Mexico." Basin? his statements on official docu- ments and records on file in Mex- ico City, he shows how the land* and natural resources of Mexio were stolen from the people by the Diaz-Limantour-Huerta Cientifico crowd and handed over to out- aide capitalists (mostly Ameri- cans) and hovir this in turn cant- ed the revolution and the conse- quent howl for intervention. The Rebel has long desired to show from the official record just Imtk:— Granting t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 November 1916

<+We ought F lli,«bdtit 46A; in 10H, 846. Victoria, 30; In 1914, 52. V A, 'if 'H !■}•> ' • • • oounty.^-Soeialiet vote of twp boxes wu i engaged in MfOttAOOM to ga* and Minnesota (these being f|#%tn make as tf the among the few rich mine* not controlled' by 'ihe steel t'rttst) a* well as to bn^4 ahips transport 'g ore to smelters and to erect steel manufacturing plants. ' Inspired, no doubt, by the steel wai*l*h<*t4h*etbe could charge for it what he plead- ed. It will not do to be niggard, ly with the test Of the fcotld in ttsjiect to its food supply." (Dodge Bros.) have now filed suit So this is the remedy the TO. justified their sup- that Wilson for the present and That waa before the election, that the election is over the same newspapers emit the w |wc w wjww we govern' t by guenwOrfc that we have way in which the proa- isSlhu frffl "America's lack of industrial iwepiredneee is appallingly shown by tie events of the last few J.: - 'With famine prices for food- Get the b...

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