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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 March 1917

/S": v - • •; \wv'C ' SHW?.--' •I' \ ' '•••M .iJ: *. - ■■■•■ ' t. . .. ,sB^„ TOST -rW^Sv • v. • ir.m •?-. 'Wmp! 1 " '^fVWW ■ if ' ■ ■§i " ;. .r- Appeal to the Organised i Worker! Of Anttioa. (By Eugene V. Debs.) TELEGRAM just received San Francisco announces sentence of Tom Mooney. lie hang by the neck until he id The day set for this mur- is May 17th. The capitalist | self entirely. He was the kind of s man when the crisis came we should have a thousand of in-! stead one, and if we had, thosej broad^oth, bediamonded, greasy [ desperadoes -Tiirho are now trying to assassinate him under cover of law would have been ignomin- ious finish long ago. • • TIIE ARREST of Mooney MR. FORD'S ECONOMIC LES- SON. (From Land Values", London, October, 1916.) Mr. Henry Ford, of Ford Au- tocar fame, has endeavoured to set an example as an enlightened employer by paying to the em- j ployees in his Detroit factory a minimum of 5 dollars a day and coa,KTtion with the bomb explo Profit" wilh " ">• 0a ...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 March 1917

mm •„ • - v •;' v'^i;}./! i ijl W m <Q^wa^SUak' sasss if i{ m 1; •fi- ll I -•if r^Miiv£ VVj: State Office Notesl (W. T. Webb, Sec., Ciaeo, Tax.) W — iW#SwiS8«& DOM. ~~t • vm ,v™ In Waahington there is legisla- Ueorge T. McLester, one of the tion now drafted, and ready Jn pioneer agitator., is aheUing the the Army War College, to clamp wood* in Parker county uuder 8n airtight military censorship on auspices of loeal comradea, watch the press and on every publicity for results. ^ ^ | 8erviCe of the United States the ! very minute that war or tho The following letter received threat of war may give a pretext from Thoa. Murphy, Jackaborro: for that aetion> Dear ComradePlease find en- r elosed check for $5.00, one dollar , on state deficit and balance for, udes; there seems to be more interest being taken now than ev- er before. We have a good class conscious bunch. • • • A letter in the State office from i A. C. Townly, head of the Nation- J al Non-Partisan League, states that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 March 1917

m M -'-''f ,,-vv __ f CsaaB In dub. of 4, S yian for tL * i w qws'gpy bj<;- *-.. ;■* i ■- IF NA- v/ .?• .-. Amu GREAT TO US on.! EECAUEE W1A RIOHOUE KNEE&—LET US ARISE T. A. H1CKKY, Editor. Ma p«r yearj etafae of four q more (40 weeks) Ik ft this namb«r is opparite AA- your mm joar subscrip- 2 (JO tion expiree next'— m HALLETTSVILIJI, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1.117. No. 294 dibs tombs tion fight w* Eugene V. Debs lasl^ght urg- ed the workers of the country to declare a nation-wide general strike if the United States goes to war. Speaking to an audience that packed Cooper Union to the doors, the veteran Socialist, with all his old-time fire, declared he would rather be backed against a granite wall and shot as a traitor tjhan "go to war for Wall Street." Bending his six feet of frame toward his hearers, Debs wrought ap his 2,000 auditors almost to a state of frenzy by his picture of harm to the toilers of the United States should the country go to war. "I will never go to wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 March 1917

s=x ~ i ■, -■■■ V ■ "T 'Yts, Vte mi >: : • '?v* 1.-> i«P • "V-■ >';V 'f 'V' f; to- Revolution. By Covington And. For a long while I have had a hunch that things were going on in all the war-mad nation* that were not at all to the liking to TH* COMIC OPERA AT WASH mOTOH. ■i--\ 4§':\ Ton remember Congress open- ed with an excited determination to reduce the high coat of living. None of the dozen or more bills to reduce the cost of living have even peeked out of committee I I-' ■§ fi ■ : the Industro-Political Oligarchios rooIn** Not that any of these bills that now control the world and jwou^ h ve had a great or lasting that in all of them, including our the cost of living but own super-free nations, the real I ^1®Jr did, whether accidentally or news regarding conditions has ^ *"®firf*ter the protests that are been and is being supprest. The comment of the Piute press on the Russian overturn is hazy and an uneasiness runs tru all they say. That something not to their liking i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 March 1917

1 m .. yv-sst- ■■( ■m,: 'I£p«?i Pi - r- ' V' (IMS > / low it printed a speech that delivered by Meyer London, lone Socialist in congress. It rail be noticed that none of Lon- an's speeches are ever mentioned the capitalist press of the conn- r, yet every little peannt polity even though he is only a aber of the state legislature, is landed to the sky when he goes on cord as favoring preparedness ad war. of Bob. Meyer London, of Now York, in The House of Ropnsontattres, Wednesday, January 81, 1917; (The Bouse in (Committee of He whole House on the state of ae Union had under considera- tion the bill (R R. 2073) to pro- ride increased revenue to defray ie expenses of the increased ap- propriations for the Army an! favy and the extensions of forti ications, and for other purposes.] Mr. LONDON. Mr. Chairman id gentlemen, in 10 minutes, Speaking on a subject of this nagnitude, on can give expression to a sense of pain only. All taxes, whether they are called income taxes or whether th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 March 1917

IPHM HQ - ' IM^aMMMBpgigS; . ,-';- 1P " ;' . li fl - # ■■ V. -. . . , V^'-~r .'■ :-,.v^v' ' ' • . ■ . ■ ' .-. V ■ ■ - I SsS^wffisi #i EH iv:? ifir P|fe M* Mi" a BV ill i H • iS- I I m yi'' .IF |fe ; ii in I 4 3 ! I a i ■ i i.I £ i .yjsC'A SUte 06k. News. W. T. «A SUU iMntXT, I AfUr JM ot widJU writfag 0ifco -pex. *nd peaceful parosasion the Na- tional Office has at last showered NATIONAL CONVENTION I. P. "J™ T™! «* 1~ R68I J Chicago, III, March 12,1917. ^ appointed two Na- To the Members of the Socialist .. . . , „ . - — w* tional organizers for Texas and 'allow th$m the extravagent re- Cximrades.— (ward of $30.00 per month either Your National Executive Com- i& gub ^ tQ AmericaQ g^. mittee hereby cdlsfpecial Con- ^ Qr Utmtnw from the Nmtio vention of the Socialist party to tj Qffice i-:, " jv . ; ■ " - 'r ■ '---v. ' • ! v 'v/ &0MI |Wvmi W4< wm Wm. be held on the 7th day of April, I am almost moved to stop this 1917 <or til. purpoM ot det.rmm- prodil>ut7 eIcept th, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 March 1917

.. ' ■■ • • 1 ■nnmVB 1M& « M&M '-■■■. 6 ■ . . \ 11 '■•■ ' . ' ■■■'.'■. i THE REBEL HUD B* 100,000 ACTUAL VAIUUS 1ACH WHIl 50e per veer. In club# of 4, 8 yiui for $1. ... Jr \ . ' ' ' ■" . • • -*-• f ■:■, • - • \V'> . V ■ : ' r K tax GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO UB ONLY BECAUSE WE A RE ON OUE KNEES—LET US ARISE. " ' ■ ■••■ f',; 1 I I I J I T. A. HICKEY, Editor. We per year; dubs of fou o more (40 weeka) 25c. If this Qamb«r is opposite f\ /\/> jour name your sobserip- 2 «7U tion expire* next issua ,*a iattor Joljr 1, ;1n it lUllatts- S of Mir. t, Iff! ■< HALLETTSV1LLE, TEXAS, SATUDAY, MARCH 31, 1917. stthe rWW No. 296 Ofm WHAT FOR? WHO WANTS WAR? A m>aa meeting was held in Kefir'i City recently to poblicly thank Senator Wm. J. Stone for hi* stand against the Armed Neu- trality bill. 25,000 people packed the hall and it is said more thai; J0,000 were unable to gain en- trance so they proceeded to a va- sant lot uhere extemporaneous speakers made anti-war speeches to the ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 March 1917

4 m lAe opmjavel In i | $ji ■ ' P [i fe j" §1 |l I M : 11 m < y ■ I I 'if Pu- ll ■i - ; i ; i I u $ \ ii.; 'Si i i I 5: 'v |; -I '. ,fc/ li P?-r \V i ue ikowtuiuii UyixaMly that ruiou ivuMiM <u wilu « iuu oi imi lor 60 iu«u/ gtiUtiiMkium, auuuou- 0 0*itt§ io ttu uuu iu*i h eo* au l troui wuat luiuiaiuuuu imn ut>«u jHtiwiUeU io cuuie io u« lurougu uic ktuajit;i s oi too uuiiury ecu •win ou ouc lituul tmd tiitt Oougoi itupt i'iuiocratic press on iii« outer, it itt bcouuso uio uwr sua iuu cuque lavoroU maiuug k Bcpwttf© puttee witli Uerwau^ aua iioppmg iiuwu part o! tii« muraor game, 'iiioga who have been connected witii tiie revolu- tionary mo v em eat in that coun- try believe that tbo cause ia the very oppoaite of what wo are told, tbat is they honestly believe that a real revolution in the interest of the masses has occurred. One thing appears certain, that there ia a great change in the direction of better government at hand iu Russia. The Jews who never had auy rights fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 March 1917

mkr r: '-- : r • ' " ■: : "^r" 1 -MMMI ?swi ^J^C" ^>"; • ■ *tNB3t: • ■ W. ••'." '- ' a- ■ ■ >v • $ — V-V..; r.V It H to be Witte- red to (he Gallows, i T I .... Throughout the bpune-up of the fire Labor Unioniata of San Fran- oisco, the defense has been con- stantly knifed in the back by poi- sonous whispered lies. Unable to bring these absurd falsehoods in- to court and having no honest ev- idence, the prosecutors have lite- rally whispered one defendant in- to the penitentiary and another to the shadow of the gallows. When the men were first ar- rested, the prosecutor WHISPER- ED to San Francisco Labor: *' Shh! lay off. These fellows are guilty; don't get labor mixed up in defending them. We've got the good on them." When Billings was tried and proved, beyond honest dispute, to be absolutely innocent, the Unit- ed Railroads district attorney WHISPERED to grumbling La- bor: 4'Shh! Be quiet It's true that he didn't do what our wit- nesses swore he did, but Billings intended to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 March 1917

11 'If! ?4 1 f M j I I a rt « ' ■*>„ .I;: - By Soott Msaring. Who is doing it to ust We complain, lament, protest, •gainst the high cost of living. Why! We are starving in the midst ef the greatest perod of "pros- perity" that the United 8tates has ever known. Why! Here is a suggestion. Take it or leave it as you please. It is significant at any rate. Prices have increased fastest in the direction of the land. Sise ip the facts as yon will, this statement seems to hold good. Take the matter first as a prob- lem of production. The producer must secure labor, capital and land. Without these three ele- ments no productive operation ean take place. The eost of labor, according to the figures published by the Unit- ed States Department of Labor, and by various stste labor de- partments has risen from 30 to 60 per cent during the last twen- ty years. This does not mean the cost of labor per unit of product, but the cost of labor per hour of Luke North, one of the supreme lover%originat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 April 1917

REBEL BUD BT 100,000 ACTUAL T. A. HICKBY, Editor. lOe par jrearj slab* of more (40 weeks) 26c. If this nomtar it opposite yoo* bum your rabserip- Hon expires not iamie. 7ABMBBB BAOH WEEK. year. In elube of 4, weeks. 8 ysan for $1 J y l, at Hulktte- •et «C Hat. I, S«Tt SATURDAY, APRIL 7,1917. :viR '? : IKv ^>V} mm PBOTB0T AOAJWBT MH 1 HR- IBM. & CUveraore, Okla., Mar. 28,1917. Senator Robert L. Owen. Washington, D. C. Dear Sir: Waiving all question* of poli- tical partisan affiliation, and oc- cupying the ground of common citizenship, 1 come to ssk you tu present s protest against the mil- itary program being foisted on the American * people by that heartless, unscrupulous, and dis- honest band of bloody handed eonspiratoro composing the Navy League and other so-called "Pat riotic Societies" who constitute the most infamous, and most thoroughly entrenched bunch of lobbying scoundrels that ever dis graced any national capital. Bv most of the common people, Sena- tor, you are re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 April 1917

ffi $ V' <: * ■■•'■, ■ ji ■! ' - ■ , . -%J , " ; 4/.' : ' ■ \ t -? >. lap* ll1 MB m i lii ,{) i i A Feed Your Head "" Sogen* V. Debt in People'• College New*. The normal human has head and two heads. The head plans the handa perform- They under- stand each other perfectly. The h**Am jo what the head wants them to do. But it so happens— why has always been a mystery to ue—that the most men's hands are subject to a few-others men's heada. It is indeed a grotesque arrangement. To say that it ex- presses the creative plan is to im- peach the Almighty. If He intedend most men to be the mere hands of others, why did He not create them headless? Surely He could not have intend- ed their heads merely as knobs to hang hats on! Oh, no, the fault is not with the plan, but with its execution. The plan of a head for every hand strikes us as infinte wisdom at high-water mark. The head perched aloft so it can see, blazes the way for the body and warns against danger I How admirable that this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 April 1917

•; . H ■mil w Tr? $5<swu ®W5*S V- M'/ Dollar. ♦ Wky Almighty t Because, in our civilization, it is the medium thrm which most of what we call ^ the good things of this life are ob- tained. Our possession of plenty of dollars thus means easy satis- faction of our desire for these "good things." ■■ , The easiest way to get dollars therefore becomes the easiest way to get the physical necessities and comforts we crave; and it is the law of our nature that we seek the line of least resistance and greatest attraction. The easiest way to get dollars is by means of rent, interest, and profit The hardest way is by work — productive work. Is not this trnef And yet — all these things, ob- tainable thru the medium of the dollar, are the result of human work upon natural resources. Tkie is why the moralist teach- es "the dignity of labor." Bat the "practical man" teach- •s ij/4 We can't all pick the same ber- ries off of'the same bush at the same time; but we ean fix it so that we may all ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 April 1917

m is!-' m SPfli si®. / > "V - f t ' • i I \ ;?! v u •< . si' I* i A PIBZLOUB OUBXB. '■ - "' . A fu and Prayerful Anslyiia oftho Situation. Wo *r« on the rerge of war witk Germany; but over rrint- tenthe of the people of the U, 3. .. j.waat peace preserved. England and Germany being at f war, England has the right to blockade Germany, and try to starve her into submission. Ger- many has an equal right to suj> round England and France £ith a War tone, and destroy evetjy ship carrying contraband of wfcr tt her enemies; whether the ship belongs to the allies, or some neu- tral nation. But in sinking these •hips, Germany has no right to destroy life. Before the vessel in torpedoed, the officers and crew should be taken and held as pris- oners of war; because they are Harrying food and war material to the enemy. But the passengers should be conveyed to a place of safety. If the submarines should sink a vessel without notice, or in any ether way destroy the life of a oitir.en of a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 April 1917

-msm. V *.w. ™ a: • 'V j-u'..' .,:i' ' ■ '•■- ■■ ■-. WW 'im vi' ■ •' ■ - V'S" '/P -ft w. '-f: /M. "FT ' ! | ■■•/■'A THE REBEH tt«an BY 100,000 ACTUAL FABXS&8 1A0H WEEK. TabH tiliM of America. 60e pet IMT< I® ®*nb# °* l' flSe, 40w—to- n*" for **• THE —- mem THE OKKAT APPEAR GREAT TO US OXLY BEOAUtt W11U OH OUR KNEES—LET US ARISE. T. A. HICKEY, Editor. &Oe per fear; elnhe of bra w more (40 weeks) 26e. XI this □ amber is opposite „ _ 0 your mm your subserip- J. UO tton expires nut issue. ____ Mtta Jih L mi, it Um pMteffiM it HaUatto- rllle, Tex.. uM Mt of Mm. I, XST i — -f'."' " :r5": " HALLCTTSVUXK, TBXAB, UTOUtV, APRIL 14, 17 Mo. 297 H:' . (By T. A. ULickey and Co Hail) $1 The entrance of the Unit States into the World War hia long been expected by e student of social science. It inevitable. To the Ruling Class of the Un- ited States the decaration of war on August first 1914, was of in incalculable value, for the reason that it stemmed the tide of fin- ancial depression a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 April 1917

m i7 . v'#;/:/ -:T en v.'••'••• <• "• ,« ■ IS ".mm ' Wm>. AM TBI ._:. • — $zmmrn It;-, if I'' BY VOTE or m TO to H0U8B VOTKD FOB WAB ■4 . i x if % i j is'-: u } II i WaxhingtAn, April 6.—Am#ric i* at war. Amid«t the meet dramatic scenes ever witnessed in congre* the house, shortly after 3 o'clock this morning passed the resolu- tion formally declaring Germany the enemy of this nation, and launched the United States on a fight for the democracy of the A0A2HST WORLD WAR ' .. , „ . PhiladeIpia,Pa. -The Religion* citizenship were I to bedeterredlFrora Non-Partisaa Journal (not So€k*r o£ Friendil " America from acting by such warnings. I eenaored.) , (Quakers) with a following of say to my colleagues who are now I New York, N. Y. — A memorial *evera* Millions, send a menage hesitating that the people will I has been presented to the preai«l- citizens of this nation in know whether they are for thtsjent mid congress to avoid war by w*"ch they declare: "War itself great land of freed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 April 1917

_ 0 ' •y •'' ' Wf} :s® m '*■ ■, ■*. • pp . is,; -'^--<4v"," ■ ..^'•v: WA„V x ... ' ; THINGS 00 TO. '$■ INVESTIGATING HUNGER. ORGANIZED LABOR IN LINE. | THE RENT PROBLEM. may or M By Scott Nearing. Mr. Dooley closes his well own eaaay on country life with the observation that the place to lire is not where the good things ome from but where the good go to. What an admirable (thing it would be if |he American jple would take a leaf from the >k of Mr. Dooley's experience the preaent crisis. The coat of living is soaring So high have the prices •ohm commodities gone that have been temporarily eli- ktod from the budget of the family. New York and Philadelphia (report food riots. On ail sides tier* is expressed discontent and almost childish curiosity with regard to the future prices. 'When will things be cheaper!" [people ask one another. "What (are we to dot" they question. 'How can we go on living with ! prices as they are this winter T" Thua do they talk and argua while the cong...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 April 1917

■ . Vfv.- ;= •' t Mfr. WM£g •mwi mjMmwmSa 9&8& Bs v'. # £' T ' ... ; ' ;jW .. Office News —— <, W. *. Webb, State Secretary, I *. ?V-; K <§:,: II ! p ,'l *1 jl' ■ff 111'1' Jijt I '-■■■■ i i £0 |i> ?'E ?A? w Er- K Hi Lf ':a til b B& \ Ci ee, Tel. VDIAXrOXAZ. BJBPOKT OF ITATB 1B0BBTABT «. P. OF TEXAS FOB OUABTEB EWDOTO MARCB 31, 1917. January 1917 Jaa l«t, Deficit . ,<r Jan lit, Postage Jan let, Stationery Jm let, Cieeo Om Co Jan let, Telephone Jan let, Office Bent Jin let, Printing Jen let, Bute Bee Salary .. JM l*t. National Offiee doee ...♦ 75.20 ... 7.50 ... 1.50 ... 2.00 ... 1.45 ... 5.00 8.50 ... 75.00 M.00 Total Total Expense 234.15 Becepite 127.10 Deficit 107.05 February 1917. Feb let, Deficit 107.05 Feb. let, Poetafe #•« Feb. let, Telopbone «.0 Feb let, Cisco Om Co 1-55 Feb let, Office Rent 8.00 Feb let, National Office duee.. 11.75 Feb let,Benton Keleey for duee Feb let, Stationery and Print- ing Feb let, State Sec Salary 7.35 3.20 75.00 Total Expense...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 April 1917

'. -X- ' m • s I . %^p|| H I 'X I 1 THE f^EBEL MAD BY 100,000 ACTUAL VABMKB8 XAOH WEEK. Organ Land Laagus of America. 50c per year. In clubs of 4, Mm, 10 weeks. S yean for $1. m QSKAT APP1AB O&KAT TO U« OMLY WX ARK OR OUR US AftTWH T. A. HICKEY, Editor. fOo per year; dubs of fan at more (40 weeks) 26c. If this number is opposite yoar name your •ubscrip- 2 99 ' Hon expires next isroe. 1911, it tfe ▼Ilk, Tml, Mj 1, at IUIlatte- Mt of Mil. I, ISTt HALLETTEVIIAB, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1917. Mo. 298 NATIONAL EMERGENCY ■ i r* 0,1 s national Upon the call 01 g executive committ delegates from 42 states met J St. Louis, Ho., April 7, and * $ ted almost the whole week. T m most im- a * ! • , portant part of the § work was their resolution on the Aar, which was signed by all except two, Louis D. Bouden of New York, and John Spargo of Vermont. Each of these brought in a min- ority report. The result of the ballot was as follows: The majority report was car- ried with 140 votes. Boudin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 April 1917

im ;>m i W,. v- - . •>. ;,' '.•'••l'*V^V" *;> .;■• , . 11:~- > . !? fKp * :-N.: : «MM r. :i .rr:.£rtegsrJ3^;-^r (MMWHIwcM V'V.' '/>><. « *T;;^!^rjaxx'!ratjSs <v<esfe- '■ in ■■ f$S^ The Kebel writes this on the firat i&imiversary of the Battle of Dublin. It wu on that glor- ious Easter Monday that 563 Brit- ish officers were shot down as they came home from the Fairy- house races and every member of the Dublin metropolitan police who wasn't shot down got home to bed as quick as he could and stayed there while the fighting was on. This because the word had gone forth that the Irish were to on the traditions of our fathers because never did free men con- sent to conscription, in any age, land or clime. The governor of Kansas has well expressed the American idea against conscription when be pointed out within the past week that the conscript is regarded as a coward. To be exact I will quote him in full as reported in the Waco Times-Herald, of April 10, 191...

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