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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 March 1912

m m 56 ? w bW „ r J PHI jf: great aposar great to u only because we £ it ■ • SVILLE, ROAD. That Plop bated be 'her night r^m Visits® W'«*v -'I? -V vV K ' 7 jPiKSR^i^ fwMBBr - :- \ i « I kuses—LIT UB AR1SX •MBMMMMK* aMiaaMMi s*ww AH VI '■ T- ^ m0lgY> <MM OWWy i Ttosse^^tia tsti* Me pr yr; clubs THIS IS IARCH 9, 1912. UfrenlatiOn <$F which toll the oppression of J at W< bbers, 1 vW] to fol-[ stage, Sixz-boom-bang! the Hd hall cesspool by the Rebel story "The Miserable Mistrot." The Rebel was circulated by t 1« ;e statesman, Flip ton county, dfe- '.people one Oeto- court house square with the Rebel. reached a fighting ,,,, m . --.,^-mJliw ll#^^onvula(M.. _ _ t For evample, n6 Socialist with psaaen strode across the band handbill was printed containing •o far as We have seen, has stand snd shaking his "fist under JmAM whn Rr„ t the grim final significance of the ReWI> nose said: cent people of Waco, who are with more " You people don't believe in re-« d outraged when they...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 March 1912

** .-*"1 MtV/Ji '■ < . 0'v.V!A> jSfo, mssgffigfaz ¥mb£k KS1 V.;.. t5 ' Vv fh I I ; V fr.f ■fc**' m. or the m witter who has no email part in the hew rebellion of the New South. •- Frank Putnam, the well known special writer for the Houston Chronicle spent Sunday here his friend and co-worker T. A* Mr, Putnam, ia one of Jtbe contrib- utora of The Rebel, and came primarily to obtain a first- hand view of its plant and organiz- ation, so that, he could more thor- oughly work in harmohy with it. Mr. Putnam ia generally regard- ed aa the ablest journalist in the South. After working for various great newspapers of the Bast he eame to Texas about ten years ago and at once accepted a position as * special contributor with the Hous- ton-Chronicle. As such he has held a moat unique position. He is one of the few writers employed by "X large daily newapapers, who are free to write their extremely radi- cal political views into their articled even though these views run direct- ly counte...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 March 1912

Hifi Taylor reading " P< article, on TVl * .) 'Rebel, F;t«*- twrenee out- with • holy HP burning that occu- coonty We have oils We are report* John A, las. ganised | iastic and the iyitern G.N. turped hi lo- ty of Far- sent applica- i'i ' wn ol Amaril- arrangements wing named Pampa, March 14; Canadian, 17 ; Higgins, March ch 217 He state at other joints jjbawrenets notified in time. very flattering work of Comrade in Southwest Tex- i at every the boys unor- leaving them enthus- to overthrow sat down* and peni • to the Fat. the White H« , Trent, TexsfcsMarch 6, 1912. Mr. How^ l^ft; |*re«ideiit U. 8. A., Washington, D. C. Dear Sir: Allow me to call your ^tentioh to 099 of the most dam- nable crimes ever Qemmitted ii\.this American land, said to he the land of the brave and the home of the free. The bleakest page in all the four hundred years of American history was written February 2A, 1912 Russia has its "bloody Sunday " and the United States now has its black and bl<$dy Saturd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 March 1912

V ' • "Wri ;^5rT*3w. v ^ ':, v NOTE AND [V- r. L A . X errell Begins to See. jxj r Nat*1 i A d hcrr OetfrtfO B Terr* II n! Chrrokw county, xht farieer HP t*t wfilW w the eeeoad Toaae dtotriet terfdl s de pni at Nscofdoeb** M*rrh I. He told nor* tnith abant Ik* oormptkn of capitalist*- fovrrummt. and the opprewion •f the worker* by the monopolist*. than ha* b««o or will be t*M hi Mj oae *p«*tli by an> oMperty candidate in Tnu thi* year 1W pity af it i* thai Terrell don t aad appamil; ean t see tbe ealy way oat, tbe only raa! rur* for thee* eondilfoo* Hpatkiof of lb* *at*a efaiK of (puv*r suet, aad poiaf. frum tbat theme to vorialivm and the ran*-* of socialism io thia country, be said t The offtoial director) of th< (UMh eongrea* *bow* that of the Wt member* af the House and M member* of the Senate, or a total of 4A.1 member* in both houses. tbat *38 an* lawyer*, fearing 144 mpmhrni to be divided among all tb# other oecups tkwi*. and out of that number 7s are banker*, manufactu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 March 1912

list railroad coinmisioners • Tile J&hel next asked our t'rig ; comrade how socialist sentiment j was progressing in th - dircles of j organised labor. He said : * It is developing at an amazing | rate." The international presi- of the Switchman s Pnion of N. A. is an active ml curd socialist. His jjiame is Heberling. He has fought the battles of the socialist party for ten yearn. W* used to go to con- vent ions together and if we found a half do en red card men, we were flighted. At , the last con- vent ion Hro Tlawlev, who was then (WOK ISM AND SOCIALISM • -•'j-'- At the hig Sunday- meeti co, March 3, after the concluded his lecture* be of introdu i five the Hon. fawn Misenhalter, alderman of «<he second ward of Rosedalc. * ... Our comrade was elected in the April HMO and like all 80 ( ialiat aHwials he ha* made good. In the course of his speech he out- lined the work he'had done'in the council The working class dis- tricts -are pfcved as never Ij^fore. president- of-our or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 March 1912

HH tstmaasBsgssssBSBi ■,^.jsisem •• '-..rVV i. W*:*• ■ ' '■ ■■ '•- " «r- - i ■ .^r.4rff x of tin. (By K. A. Or<*n State Sec.) Wake up. ' Thy lft12 campaign is oi). Arh. Pffci m Ws \ ■ you doing your part 1 Organize ^ enlist your neighbor* under the red flag of. freedom an<,: Merest liberty from your masters while yon still have the powder o the ballot in your hands. In this connection I waut to state tha the^e was a meeting of old party politicians held at Del Rio, Texas, on Feb. 16 and 17 and an organiza tfon hunched known as (lie "Ballot Purification League,"the purpose •of which is of course to influence the thirty-third legislature to fur- therjdisfranchise the working class of Texas. The most damnably degrades species of the animal kingdom, is a contented slave. Are YOU content- ed ? If not, why in the sacred name of liberty don't we heart from yon. Arouse?^ Be a man. Demand and take what Itelongs to you and vour child**.. ■ If things don't go to suit you in this office K...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 March 1912

I * • <> ' iJw ■ THE FIGHT IN WORTH. tjqgjp mm* ?■ tHF<UXA8PB0GR. , . * n. summer I had a talk with i tbe most active organizers in g and said to him: "Comrade, Shears ;0 «H* tbaf We will elect j nHin* Ntat** secretary ilK the L ivf Texas and whoever he he, [will go down l history as the state secretary that our party i --t - ■ i then vve t on to explain to him i -n the State of Texas We have ,4 n voiigressional districts and it j„ tiif itext two years I expect losee every oue of these eougres- J districts thoroughly organist from top to bojttom by the So jjt party., • Xn tufeh of these eon- ional districts there are in |Mi numbers Rome 212,000 peo- They are apportioned in these [nibers by federal law. Some of , districts are enormous in size. thirteenth fop instance, is 200 >v. long, ISO miles wide and Has local organizations of the Social- party in its territory In the of the next two years, if the t rapid growth of our party itinues, these thirteen congres- tl distric...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 March 1912

it V' T " HftTC A NOTE A ISte^p 111 ——— n Hw Um ■v;kV « ;«.•'? «** :/« Government in Texas. imwss wmmm BBS i" |l 1 ' lljr:' 'V big corporations, then, when the workers need a fair deal at the hands of theae public officei*, tharg* the boot In the facte instead. „ , i ^n<| I am here to n*y that as long iw the damphook vote the way la i went uuinWr I commented on Standard Oil Government I m08t of them do, they sre getting just what they deserve. ' in Texas, and as soon as I can get around to it I mean to tell, more The old saying that fiod Almighty takes care of children and •J t how the Standard Oil monopoly, with the connivance < * ' - • -gjg-« „ . Texas attorney general, has violated state and federal eourt «< .. —j j ... . . _ , ... kand the poor; it governments to sp^id billions 0f yearly to maintain armies and navies, which have no "m, exc^p^to proteet the surplus wealth which the landlords. iujjJ f'Onfisl u Kill • w a -rT; ;" VV W*Mi WM V UCVI* «°ns, and itayed right O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 March 1912

, 'gas i- : .: TOTAL SUBS m ■Ji For Week Ending March 23, l!>12 m* mRmfMf&ir 20,534 vS..', ■ > '■ '. ' ■:. ' v--. H-rvr^.-r. v v.- • * r *1 m SE The great appear great to us only bccsust we arson our knset—LET US ARISE Jfe. T.*A. HTCIIEY, Editor and Owner tw Jwfcr 1, ttii, *t it* nflW *• M*|Vr t *ilt>«. T mxtvr Uu> Act 4 &0c pr yr \ clubs of 4 (40 wks) 36c THIS IS NO. 38 r" . W* r, 9S9B state ownership whsus ] socialism. X'- mm <~,r (By Pendragoti) ° "For thirty years New Zea- land, thai country of many Socialists experiments, has op- erated state life insurance. A recent exhibit of its business is far from satisfactory. " "In six years new business has increased Ies than 1700,00 and the number of policies 4,- 738, although civil service em- ployees areeompelled to take the state's insurant!** and tile agents receive the same com- missions aethose of private concerns. ' For the year 1911, the ratio of expenses to prem- iums was 20.2 per cent and to total incom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 March 1912

-Vf--' mCKKY AND WOLTERS. (Continued front Page I.) corded that 25 per cent of the poo- ✓ pie were wipcdout in one year and y nevep a ahot was fired and tbey Era sMwswhat the people can oever heard the rolling of «-mfli- * *•"' Ury drum- , "Now Mr. Wolter*. in that same year, twenty million pounds worth of other fowl stuffs were shipped out of our stricken country. Twen- ty million pounds equals, roughly #100,000,000, and that is equal to about $#$,000,000 now. And yet the men who toiled in the fields from break of day until the Ange- lica rang, died of starvation, aid* by aide with the wife and mother, the 'Colleen*' and 'gossoons'" Wolter btmt forward in hia chair listening interestedly. , "Well," he aaid, "What is the moral of this story t" I replied: "Just this: Ireland was never no sober, ahe was never ao hungry." Mr. ^falters was impressed with a remarkable argument that unique in this that although such was tftat they had poured oirt oceans of I | , 1 S W ¥ 1: if li i' y r. h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 March 1912

^fownftor mnounce that th RXerieap* *" STATE MOVBMSNT/ 7| £, Green, State Secro j Cf. Harrot, of J iu« nominated for Sfclriet Who's I Apt*16' demand J (or liberty plant that '■"rSlSfeof BfPa«> arc en- ,-ed in a fight In/the courts of ?*fawn f0r"freespeech. They at will organize ere won in making reports ni«tfe Wstiw'to atate how many Lis office this month; Fifty-two '^^waineeMvehlst jwnes B. Goode, the revolution sr¥ rooter ^ho is causing Demo- S2&S& district and to for congress school tionjn W wm jmnmk t locals want- arrange a for any speaker routed their territory will please at opce, so we may ton1 Ithrou | notify ou on I never belonged to an organiza- tion of that kind, but J imagine a local fitJwnt lady members is like | a reviyid .without reljigion, liable to my time. Get the la- I dies to the iti tfafch business pick up. Duel for Women are now I only five cents per month Seven hundred and fifty new dues paying members have entered | tho ranks in Texas since the mon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 March 1912

W ; • ^•' .<•■ 1 . ^-~-—$M- AP -< ~ . ^"rr" - i "~-~r-;—; - pi KK^.trr I I ill I MM I H'l I $W<': m saw $£J|i i..<; f;'? 'V KP 5 *&<K II ~TZr t i"i But even the* monopolistic indmdnala will gain'semething* better in tx«ku|e fer thes« "liberties" which they will U«« nnder Sahmergiag the Individual. In a recent number of The Rebel. Pendr*gon took for a text the statement b.v Editor (Jeorgc Robinson of the Waco Times-Herald that "The Amttftin people must go back to Thomas Jefferson or forward to Karl Marx; the existing order is illogical and therefore unenducahlc" , , ,.^^ : Pendragon told Editor Robinson fhia country is going forward, n&t back; forward to economical freedom aa well aa political freedom Editor Robinaon replied in hia own papr, aacribing The Rebels comment to ComradeTora Hiekey. Tom may take a fall out of him at hia own pleaaure, but this particular scrap belong* to Pendragon. My Waco contemporary wrote a eelumn to ahow that the American people ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 March 1912

"."• aSgggSHSSI! ■R L —i:. «•*' ■; "^5:. '.f.i *5 ' I •• \~-'' ->-'-! . £■■■*' iHlr ' ~ ' *& V'i t VJJfTJ ', '\i„. "I '•■' V >V. 'V ..Mi:- ,#q®p; subs Week Ending March 23, 1912. Bgi^pKS: .iJSuT T. i HOOT, Idttor tad Owm JalT I, mi. M (be ra. us only beeanse we are on oar knees—LIT US A&I8B. 60c pr yr ; clubs of 4 (40 wki) 26c THIS IS NO. 39 1| i &BH m: ?' i '5!i m n c HALLKTT8YILLE, TEXAS, Mi & wkJ- . ■ C • * w INFAMOUS IS ORAM. A scientist who understands em- qt can take the bono of an and fro® it oonstruct the ahn- X* iTiffied iriib system cad eonstruet from it . Ingram of Woe© 30, 1911 last January tow if ||i . amounting to freed through official dr- H the cilisens were fedatthi officiala. A in the auditor- ial, aa were eeleet- Three of thorn ( d ttqr | 'nimtUaiiii of the > purpose of adding a f respectability to the on- coating whitewash the , many charges that made and proved, two atood out among the reet. One was, that an innocent boy was fetripped na...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 March 1912

mmmm WfW - Vt ,"W ffSlH; V : ' ^ssia Xk radical were adopted by T 333 Brotherhood of 1 men of America, and Qhron x •U - 80UTBKBX N0TK8. (Continued from Page 1/ 4- . ■ ■■; I The report wai circulated Fri- dply of lasjt weak by * Kansas (Sty daily newspaper that the A to rU had ,siw*nded. night the Appeal staff was ke] bus* answering long distance tel phone calls denying the story. The Appeal has no intention of sus- pending. It aril] -stay on the job •o Jong as the Appeal Army backs the paper in its fight for Social- lam, The report temporarily ranch revoking at Top$ka. hud judge Pollock held a jollification. Therepertas weuit* denstand it originated in Washing- ton.—Appeal to Beacon. Co. Sec. D. S. Hollowell writes; "The referendum for nomination of candidate* Jor Milam County has clcsH, th«w to he legally ao- sainated later. Representative, W. S. Noble; oounty judge, 0. i. Moo- 4y ,county clerk, J. A. Stein; dia*' trict clerk, Anton L&sovetky; county supt., Delia Lasoveaky j ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 March 1912

B&NTER8 UNION |. 0 M4&M*, 84C., % Tlai work " be* well Countyhaa Another leeal at B«aU, Tpx., by HOW RENTER8ARE fiOBBED ■ ■ Ellis county nM^i & Rrotwi I n-1 ion. If you will only wad this letter, written by * man in the heart of the black land belt of Ellis county, yon will see what is staring the renters in the fp.ee. "I u*ed to farm and would like to do so agaiq, but w#a forced to go to the city to seek employment. [ After the crop Was laid by I sat ,{al & nround until gathering time and munticft in the third district. He <*af one o| in Kaufman County, a °«° : I liKhment,, wrwd my apireofc*- | ship. I now have a smalt lepiii wget t.^at „w" Lhop and consequently come: ir eligible to 1contact ^ a great irfany farm he said he would do all beeou o 1 ^ j. know a nnmber of them in the outside for ^ . -j this community. that have Wn Ra**> hw bew^iKPed the fol ^ f ftnd ke{J iowri^fif additional temtory: Navar- Jfgjthful,"butnow tfiey are working ro, Bibs, * reestone ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 March 1912

mmmw ; v£'' istaHKyi^! BBS * II .i "M - % It- ?• X ,;. |pl!=|Pl P^BBN3! :«S V <* ■I'v-j." CT*1'*- 3pg &&33I l#w 93plH F^^EWa ! , ^pi &!8hk w^Ssi , ■ :f :-<i- '. :Mf?.< ^<-r.. ■■ nw: mi ■I ■ •- uggBa jF*' $ I I ::?. I '."fc _ :¥itt^ *4 to say that! i mi ia IM If*. M (ksrgs —.—ifcas aa tto lai «f March, I « i nvtUrr itti^ail t* ^ ** Ikti t rsj^r- .^^laraps^Rijcsi— TamB^n- ; Mm imHI ip MMltttljr. MMMttiliti into a bv lull, nothing has nt to to dan# to "¥fr*r tto mum. _ t tk t l(r. T«rrw itolti ill these ^'Vg* ia ono sentence, ud i tto saly paaaibla rssaady ia tto aaxt, la wMek to says: AiSZ irf . ji. jfe ,v' v. irx- > 4--y.-,f* -4; .'' '• • « '""" "totall is nffktMtly iataDinsBt to aadsnttaai __ i ti Mtltk iei« a few kuji, aad it act nf- HitMVmMt owassakin k tto ttlv ttlrttiat. m etotot pirtff ^ , Hatoa: At wsnKk it — -- jTlSei ttvflf^rtoft' [la to L aas sf ttom to MM, and atjMhjiitotorttttotto IlMnrttorssssi ttot wilTtottoj— .sf toes asflva, aad ttoy wifl wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 April 1912

hthR '. v mW*'W$L ™M'^S^S!s P^^^WlGw^msJHPI ■ ■ ' aE®Vij{Hte .fe&tffiifi? • vr®''-- 'fflwffii '•■^■'v-'-'- i'.' •. f ■•■■•■' .•' 1 ** •••.-' Ar&yfcife •&.• BBS • : •■'"./ - ;-; - - * v ' • ••.■ ■ . ■'. •; • v 1 ->■;• \" • - ~ ^ . * *'(V> ■"* ' * . r—r **.y :y. • ">'" ... .-. .•_ .^. • v ..,-> . rasa «ol «*. 'Wr-i WWmlHP!.v*'«' ,.Jt.,t 1 ", ■" "'. .ji>... r r.: i. ■ '<■ ?-(?••'. r . ' ■ \ ip|!; Vj&vVv.r* illfe 1 IIP: 4 For Week Ending April 6,1912. # . .«* ;. t ' ■ ■■■&■ ■ '■;■•.■>.■■■ ' / ;; • . . • • JEHOVAH BOANERGES the Baptist Stand- ~ Boanerges J. Killion, a Minister of Christ atSweetwatar, Texas, bare been havingsome ik. correspondence over the ara .brothers. The Rever- Cranfill first published an * * at the Baptist Standard th£ MoNamaras a* So cialists and for about all the things he could think about. Mri Killion wrote him a reply setting forth the well khown foot that tte McNamaras were democrats and mm$' hw that his Wild accusa- tio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 April 1912

"f* m?: iv~ • m Vhflti NaimiIMHI r-r-- j JV^ •v — ■'..J1. FOUGRT TBK - « by Seidel they that figure this party can well aay, with such victory and mm found they couldn't they could at Auster wn, then the a potter 's waft used mLtn ikA *wn tnc to quoteat length Rebel enough to bock but S-fcr '* « •• they may low counties and alataa, 1 yon eouni M all up you will find fetouttnd " &r that ritWben o*er the name of the convict I bettered if Got era or Colquitt do away rtr- th* "on 111 ita e^n-1 air. Spencer, the grc* Id so well pher, wai next exiled to our col circulation mtitts and hie unanswerable am- the South for the length Lenta about private ownership of BnP^ ^ flfl- our SJorioua eall has been so busy for emancipation from landlofd- th*t we scarce felt the swift pass- ism. The aueoeasful launching of iftfe *f «fc* days. TEe office was a!- a Renters Union that will ultimate ways athrob With the pulsint ett-lly dominste the councils of the argy of vigorous life. It is thfcj South...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 April 1912

•mm®* 30th here. §m^:\>; g.ft ;; -. fev.li. ' 'ri." ': ; "• .. 'j~A - t f■■..^swSSw :?i$V ... wwts-a list of all the Urge «* our moet till dates in eounty for coliectiohs kSES^^HTn ."S. • V# i#M IITIBII v« itsfSBSBBPS^m^ ^^s£s&sjjjja^su^ Mii^HI -|t, m®m blast and Foard County will [heard ttm in no uncertain way ■ j IWth, Ark., April 2.- first Socialist mayor in Ar „ was elected today when Stewart was elected to that at Hartford, this county, both a democrat and jn- ient. • ; ••* ; I I * county, Teiss. If you want organised in your neigh- please write the county F. E. Younger at Texas. Thanking you in vancc, I am. yours till the bat- F. B. Younger." M8 pb •.. m m In i Rev. John,,: Hardin Co., engaged to in TexaiL *nd Louisiana for the past writes us saying that it knowledge of the Golden as recorded in Matthew #8> tod a perusal ~ " caused him tit party. Ahyl Bible and the walk the the Rebel the soeial- the to narrow rs over. National Convention will be held in the South. A ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 April 1912

. • . ■ ' - wsmmm mvmemS^gm ? ~0$ jLfm® «J ■ H • m i r . «af . '.tiswwiri* / :. .'a i iw®. HnVitf tMXWVi — -IT -* 4 - * - I v ■ •' V !i^Y 111111 HnfOT den (AW lack the -':'4iv*# k + *- - A- ;■-, .-1 $1 &$$■ .::-*..v i i |Ss i 1 Bl- ■ "■\ night the foUoA* .rtM^ i£^«4 on tta toot page of the Houston Chronicle: DOWNFALL OP U. S. IS DESIBED. 1 'Industrial Workers of the World" hare Allegiance Only to the Bed Flag- Bj A«oei t«d Pre*! "S*n Diego,' CfcL Marek Tk«t awurlj 80 of the lodturtri*! Worker* of the World arretted here lure admitted they we trying to overthrow the United State* government it a aUtement contained in a report which the California aathori tiee will and to the immigration bu nan at Waahington. 41 An examination of eaek of the 80 prisoners, nearly.* of whom 1 are foreigner*, haa jut born finiahed by the eity anthoritiee. "The report etatee that with ecareely an exception the men declar- ed that they reeognited no form of government and no flag except the ' red one. ...

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