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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 May 1917
' ■■'. ' -7-•■ "~ .■• ^safcfegV^.- • -• ■ , m m . iSKa* > i - T ?J? v -i ' ■ y f I8ra£ ,.i "tf • * miE ;rS§'< ■iuwijuhj < i:r. - f 4. --.v. New S (B.W.1 L Y ' k (Continued.) 4.' .< , ' . • . \, . ■,:■■> SHOOTING CIVILIANS IN BELGIUM. >„LwA. ill further phil- At 11 0 mphing wu pat * Stop to; we were ordered to halt, and we were to receive oar food from the field kitchen. which they now had to consider to he their bitterest enemies. That again aroused the worst instincts in some soldiers. In every army one finds men with the disposi- tion of barbarism. The many mil lions of inhabitants in Germany or France are not all civilise^ people, much as we like to con- vince ourselves of the contrary. Compulsory military service in those countries force* all without DESERTER'S WAR WM cheated, if so many incidents all the doors were blown from I hausted soldier*; in vain. The VirafiPllfirilJr't? happened'that led to the shooting* their hinge* and the inner walls officer®, of co...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 May 1917
*'V T mm ■ir'- 1 1 w i—?- V';. , A • ,-v<v * , J ' > ' * ' - ' '' V ' , • ' ;r-v t :t •- w*r& §§|£ \ mmtm : f , We May , ,4LL k •" The Woman's Peace Party with headquarters in New York City is struggling heroically' against - a -.11 itvi. nfllAH All. conscription and all the other ev- ils that inevitably flow in the ^ of war. Woman like, the> are the heat friends'uf peace. As mothers of the Race- they are braver than men, wiser than men, biy to'mMt as sftoa as posdbie; the more spiritual than men and Provisional Government apparently (Compiled by Cov. Ami.) As to the Russian situation, the Literary Digest says: "The dispute is not only ■Imply s vulgar one ibMt power j it jow deep down to question. of policy. The Coun- cil stood for a republic when the Du- ma and the Provisional .Government were desirous of keeping the late Ctar or, at any rata, t >e Romanoffa. The Council want* the iOonstitueat Assem- I 1 hence in every fiber of their be- ing they hate the war lust. ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 June 1917
' v&xBHmmanmw.« .vesSW ""■ ■ ' - - i | ;.: •••••'.'. ' % ■"I ; 'MgTJs* t 1 ' ii , ■ fl' v-; • • ' 'V. *«• • • * V* -.'v* • ', W1- - ■ 1 w"f.f SaS';' seTtF tub mux iuppeembd st pofromoi difaitmot. mr. . i * THE REBEL BEAD BT 100,000 ACTUAL FARMERS BAOH WEEK. 50c per y«ar. In clnbs of 4, 26c, 40 weeks. 8 ysars for $1. ► SHID FOB A BUHDLX BT KXPBX8S AT U VKft OOFT. (Tot Pay the'Bxprees Ohargee.) IH> ORSAT At^UB OUAI 10 DS 0*11 BB0&USB W> AH ON OCX n™_. n , "i' . > , US ARISE Ti A. HICKEY, Editor. 60c per year; clubs of four r more (40 weeka) 25c. «, If thi« number is opposite0 _ _ your n*me your subecrip-305 tion expiree next inue 1 I ■ - I I : - JJ r •■■ Entered u aeeondelaae mttw July J, 1911, it the piatdlM it Hdttti- Till*, Tn., ander aet ef Xv. i, 1 79. HAUJWT8VILLB, TEXAS, 8ATUTOAY, JUNE 2, 1917. " ' 1 ** "Well, Hickey," Mid tha big wife lawyer in Dallas; MI •bout know what has happened to you. The federal official* bare suffered from an attack of tho prevailing ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 June 1917
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 June 1917
I irJWWS?' •' ... HffjpgppiMWpBBBBgjMf ;*X\ ' - : &Vf. '■'■ ■" :?t;■ • : ■ '.' v- ; •' % ■•' \ - • ..'"'••j'Vi ;lr: V, .'•i—-^v_— '•4-«rV- ; : " ' & ■' k BBhjw®. «r.'S: ;<?s /; *.•" £ ;flrw<«a6 -,: /'' • Wra • «« -f : vM\rt>i>r V' - v v> ,V * !Vv 1 i* ■ ,: . - ^3., ^ : , /ji jKvvViw ' '' ' A / . GERMAN DESERTER'S WAR EXPERIENCE. a, *■ W?.' l£XL <B. W. Huebsch, Publisher, New York, Price $1). t«on tinned.) GERMAN soldiers and - • J BELGIAN CIVILIANS. The march had made us very warm, and the night was cold. We shivered all over, and one af- ter the other had to rise in order to warn himaelf by moving about. There wee no straw to be had, and our thin eloaka offered but little protection. V The officers alept in sleeping'bags and woolen blanket*. Gradually all had got up, for the daw had watted our clothing; things were very uncomfortable. The men stood about in groupe and criticised the incidents' of the proceeding day. The great majority were of the opinion t...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 June 1917
■vH* - llllil ;' • V'-' F$&2&! £: H H$j hkIP .1 • ■.. . w MM SIS M / 32 \ A national organiiation to the grant adventure , i^ca that w« started last year ill California and secured 290,000 votes lor the freedom of the land k that state k now being launch- ed on a national scale. On the 18, 14 and 16 of last month a splen- didly attended convention was held at Atlantic City, N. ^ it waa called by 860 Single Taxers of national renown every man and woman—a eraaader. It declared for straight ont political action. Luke North, tha editor of Every- man, and tha guiding spirit of the California revolt waa present and delivered a speech that elec- trified the convention. We pub- lish below a brief statement of the aims of tha national body and a few apftlons from the new con- stitution that will be sufficient to indicate the plans of the national organisation. mtTV National Great Adventure for tha Single Tax. The National Great Adventure, declares for political action to gain at ones...