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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 April 1912

*This li t story of official turpitude and political corruption re- Thirty-flve thousand man *- criminal negligence that produced wholesale destruction of left the railroad premises. In • and bids fair before its last chapter is written to produoe 000 Is Ban Antonio; 400 in II just across the state Una in '"tangled skein of this stay can be traced the strikers have presented * of political and journalistic perverts with their legal one per cent, and most of these advisers whole smooth hands are greased by the masters of bread Tfceir solidarity is an are masters because they own the means of producing the means civilisation. To take their plaoes, the i ; scum of the city slums; drunken i in every part ef the United Stat been secured to handle the pond flgara •■< ■ - It is mere than all this. It is a proof branded with the charred, and dismembered bodies of 26 men that mere reforms are porous plasters on social cancers and that to remove cause—capitalism—must be removed if civilisa...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 April 1912

, . iM mmm, to good use it T- •♦ « ji i m.s i £ irk I ■MMf ^|HSp*l* ***** W^ ji^giohn V. Wort bam, Allison May&ld; and W. D. William* oat of theoffices state railroad commission, where they have proved their gran -."vr John L. Wort ham's fake investigation of the condition of Har- riman line engine and it* terrible harvest of death, stamps huh with infamy and erien out for hi* expulsion from the public office which Allien May field's acceptance of private car courtesies on hunting trips, placing him tinder obligations to the men whom he is hired by the people to regulate, stamps him U an unfaithful and an (milt guardian of the pile's rights on the railroad commissiott.. W.-1). Williams's failure to give the people any service of real value may be due to his lack of mental qualifications) or to his ill Mtk Viewed either way, he is not the kind of man the people are entitled to have on Jhe railroad commission. The Texas railroad commission has become a ghastlyjoke—a joke people* C...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 April 1912

.?y, p^*fg *• •* M w^*V v WWSp direction of the) •'*$ ;'BL;'«Taylor [Mississippi1 under the direction of j ^■iecreUi7^;||^; pr' . ■----•—*-—t--v---Hfcr V'p *-**••] UJtBBL Oti tm REBEL great many of'our friends asked why it is that everything ill on and d The Rebeloffice breathes it spirit of unionism that the pa- does not carry the label of the ternational Typographical Un- ion at its mast head just as does u Appeal .and J&:^er.iwge So- 0. F. Branstetter, of Oklahoma papers. Oitv, b organising in South C!am | When our friends ask ua the 0lina until April 15. under the di- J <i«estion, they are not aware of Iction of the provisional state Hh« the typographical un- L\wtaJy. ion, which provides that there ' • • • [must be a certain number of mem- The comrades in Wharton Co. J"™ in f " lab"' wil1 - „„*♦{.« to„ fl be granted or a union can be or- S. They havf bough?ia>"";z\d '°.MmBck "'I*1' people, it lias been impossible to organise a Union until, with the growth of the Rebel,...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 April 1912

'*L fctaadfifc ift JJr;: \r"j*'. .\m J> omi * tatter #ing all T« '3&ir.i£~ \ y 111! lift II •! i PI *5'v.V' means well, bat doeen't see His anti-graft bill prohibitsmembers of <Wess from aceepting fe gal Cm* or retainers, gift% loans or favors from corporations. Hit idee P*riy deman i that if tltk form of buying votes in congress can be shut off, all mem bers of oongress will thereafter become ptu* patriots and enact no for the general welfare. msm ■pn-Mm s Anti-Graft 3?£. .. " * to eawtry that they. must prepare, iff :* / >' >'■■-■■■ V *c7 That ides appeals to the minds of a good many citizens. They, like Randell, have not yet thought out the matter to its logical conclu Socialists, of course, see the folly of it They know the anti-graft even if it were enforced to the letter, wouldn't materially change present eourse of legislation, which is very largely in the interest corporation* and other special privilege holders. ffhyf Hecause most of the members of both hous...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 April 1912

m=m, - wm The gmt appear groat to us only because 4$ are on our knees-LIT XT8 ARISE T. 1 H10KEY, Editor and Owmt Mmtrwl M w^oiM-oUm rvmum July , (Ml. at Um poM- t>Otoat Tm>, urwfr tln> net of Maro* V VfT 60c pr yr; oktba of 4 (40 *ks) 26c THIS IS NO. 42 - 1 TTSVILIE, TE} jr ■ - - "T'urrni—iTTTfiirr f - fakirs and second rate politicians to tun, the labor movement of Texas int. the Democratic party, on a wild* goose chase after the initiative, ref- erendum and recall is evidently ,v failure. The meeting at "Waco Feb rnary 12 was a frost and a commit- tee to work up interest for the sec- ond meeting a success fell down miserably. The meeting was call- ed for Dallas, Monday, March 18, Mid was advertised extensively a* a mass meeting and every one was urged to attend. The morning of the 18, the Da! las News carried a story to the ef- fect that quite a few of the leaders of the movement for direct legis)a tion were iff town and Would hold a | eonferenceat the Southland Hotel at ...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 April 1912

mm • H F I Bil pf- 1;$^- rff £&V SOCULST NOTES. (Continued from Page 1) 5 That famous Sao Antonio So- lirfalist, Dr. A. D. Zucht, after leading an editorial in the Saa Antonio Express on the - decline «f Socialism, sent the follownng: : ' Socialist'* Idea, '■■■. To the Editor q/ The Express Your editorial on the "Decline of Socialism" in Milwaukee shows that yon are not well posted as to the so-ealled defeat. In the election two years ago there were three parties in the field and the Socialists won by a plurality and not a majority. In this election the Socialists not only held their* ground, hut gained 12,000 votes, and Were on- |y defeated by the fusion of the two old parties. Do you call this A defeat or a victory to be able to demonstrate to the world that HMtfe is no material difference between the two capitalist par- ties! In regard to the suspending of the Socialist paper, to which you refer, will say that this rumor, sent out by . an enterprising news agency, was found w...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 April 1912

m w ■ -*, <•. -'.h. sgfPg* TEXAS PRO SERMON. corrupt can forth good fruit iver# &** ih<tt bringeth not knnW efort by their fruits ye tkmfk"—Matthew f:18 at to prove to you in this that the s principles M. So are right nod just and in B9fty with thernoral and eeo- of the I brief enable you to judge more clear - the meVits of demerits of both The Rebel is in receipt of the following corerspondcnce: Prosa, Tex., April 2,. 1912. uD?ar Comrades; I am send- ing you a copy pt a "Letter of Potest" that was passed at our mass meeting on Msrch 30th, at Gfoecbeck. f was requested to d it to The Rebel, Appeal to won, and Texarkana Socialist Also a "copy" of the proceed- ings of our meeting. 1 Your comrade, A B. Cayton, Sec. Letter of Protest. "We, the Socialists party of Limestone county enter our' pro- test against' The Rebel' in advocat- ing tie abolition Of the National Executive Committee, as we are op- posed to our movement getting in to the hands of one man as is in our State. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 April 1912

W •A fffi Bh«$&I$ r^r-*; "?'f'*or"' -5 i^ffiaTw¥y™.a HH r; ;': $$: :.--'4-; Here is a abort sttty, which I ask you to read because H home the truthaboat ourprostituted daily newspaper* more powerful ly than I could do it in ten columns of studied arguments. It ww writtenhy Alexander Ralph and 1 cut it from the Leader, the great So- cialist daily puhlished in Milwaukee. The Leader is the only big daily by tke way, which provide* in it* charter that it thaU ntver pay any iES i I ' V <m I If 4 X rv r 1 1" dividend*. It ha* over 8700 stockholder*, and its charter provides that is surplus earnings, if any shall be derated to party propaganda work TbeLeader is the only daily paper in Milwaukee which is free to tell the truth about the workers—and about the capitalists who rob the •workers. This fact, and the further fact that the Leader is far away 'the best written, most readable daily paper published in Milwaukee, explains ita extraordinary popnlar success. Many others besides So...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 April 1912

Stat mm ima ■t.fi tf''imE>: „ m &W W$m mm mviLLM, TB boa It, that'a *i ;~ E$fc to find another vicinityofSan enugh, another own an. We not but wi .... • go.--. fli wMah.' wad the follow ' in tha baseball page J^wrjpo BWINE. oh 'Southern Pacific ia Serious In- accident pamed tf.'&iwei- sei had his leg broken and *«• ayerely : M* «d* have not bpen given out by the of* *ere- Thfe injured, fireman was brought Wre and taken tfl the Sinta Rosa Infinmary for treatment It is said that the crown sheet of the engine burned out. V Standart is a small town on the first freight division out of San Antonio. Every other daily pa- per. in TexaA has the story blank- eted. The Rebel wishes to make another prediction. Inside of fif- teen days another big mogul pas- senger engine will go up, and At a meeting of the Merehanta' Manufaetur| |* Association held in the Grant Hbt0 it was decided that the educat&t hf the Array of the .. . y the fc W.W. must LWg <¥«*e. In the efforts of the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 April 1912

'§0mz mmm mm' mmm mm Jew* mWm mm is&i jmm fW^-' ir4$-r 1 ffl H if .v a $?j T S ffill i' V l-V J&GC* ' Mm ipf ■IK r bI |V: -r-- mm iiiH ill Sfctf- •K* -•K V ;w- It ii> well known feet flMkb0;Wlt fieais alwajr* . Nov wecan Hit. ferial machine we eall which is built on the and ha* of trade evolved *******' ZjTT-il. -s™ atreet Carrie Walker showed her It utterly fails to give «OBt io all the people, it the strong to take advantage of tip weak and aa a result have ceaehed the point where the lew who prodnee nothing have all the wealth and the many wfo produce •11, nothing. . According to the heat statistics obtainable 6,000 nuUienairea own 40 billions of the wealth of the XT. S. Computing their increase at 6 per cent compounded an- nually, (which is much leas than Iheir actual earnings), in about 1X1 T, QOObaiL every dol- ^„~TT in' the .p$Ut were slugged, knocked &w#J en and dragged off to daylight and it eurrence to see a thi street At the them on mill the thugs per- thea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 April 1912

I ' ^-' k: - • :VV'# ':'i-! •"'"" afflfflwSS •■ TO Bjjjj. ^-.y m\ h|§: • • , 'J if? .-.^■v-, $< $3 'j&BI HKK *111 fHi !iP; •• ';;:|1|| " '■■• ' <".V ' ■•• •• . . V .-'fc. .vv ; .--JMiawB ffigitig fe ii all to in Tennessee l^n secure-him in about four week* (Write to the Social Democrat for ■l: -. kStxA^. y'lP. rYvr' i^rV'rOiVfi; v,'~- BWM Rebels that get this weekly in Tennes- jand adjoining states you ought help out the Memphis Social jomradeaars hav- a hard straggle to make it go. inscription price is 50c a year. Iddre* & 0. Terlisner 1,005 In. Idiaas street ## Dan Hogan, of Huntington, rk., will probably tour Texas his summer. Dan is one of the atest orators on the American platform. His Huntington Herald a cloud of smoke by day and a pillar of fire by night, for all the reary and heavy laden of Arkan- Comrades you had better rite to Ed Green and get him chile you can. i • • • • - ■e commencing to pull votes " W|toy r by the thousand in Texas. It will be |remerabere...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 April 1912

x/«>;■?;.-• ".£ •v.!safea<?«• "'•••?•' .-V ■ i .. 9&m 2fc I : H i ill TfsKB HH aS'W V"' "9MJ ~ ff| . • ■ v JkI K&, PJMwSilri ISta H&i £> ^-Tfc^^ry a ' i^Mii thefl^ * § *4 WSSSSSBS^ ; OB «.? •* sides of the a sentiment for intervention. "the death of ttmnt^tteAW ,ffMiilMK A *«*-~ s Ml* -*—♦ in order thaMhe government of that country may ^ J^f government of the United State* is, in the hand, of B« Business. 1 tlSl owner of #l£stE Soeia&m says the private ownership and control of the earth had no Miiihi, ^ Ution of eimmonKna^f',i.rooeratie ideal*of IteirtUmity, of nat- .flair,of*.Merij"P~^«- nl law. nor far my **** ***•*• ®* fon*irt for ..La? iLi*k*kL * -Socialismsays the workers, who produec all wealth by applying murderer, and tha pa«fla ha helped !• * w em W pw w their museje ^ thought to land and tool*, ought to be the sole liberty loving •«■"■?■ ^SST^H^La bv tin owners of that uew wealth «( which WJ Socialism say* it b legalized robbery which, under the ex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 May 1912

' \*r ■"/■*t'j-?i$ >' i---- 'W+'< .,„ .. JHI II .HHI f ■* v ' ____ • • ' — ■ m--: ;^V:-.^.-^- :. V".- "":';-:^t4rf"- ^;' • IMHi v w «pw^ W^Uk l"1"1^ V""^ fggsSjf; I w. $ -M'V&z. ■ p •;•.'•>$".> .^^.r JS* aj£- :ta¥ ' w-ii^ s£' 4S^p ppm • ■in ':/•■>*■-•• T A- Hldot, Sdftor and Ownsr rsS&ftsa Mtpr yr; Mi «f 4 (40 wta) tbe THIS IS NO. 44 ' !■ I i 1 5{f; p .fS^: " aammmmmmmmmrnrnm — ■ -' ^ .'■ iflllM ^Ssaw" T$@SSl ■BH^M ,' v%' ' i*'•" ifo drawn blunder SI IP • IS (The Texan is generally admit- ted t° be the greatest questioner in the world. As the editor of The Rebel cannot leave his desk to sub- mit to a thousand interviews on the the other fact A similar row smashed the splendid Nebraska movement to pieces. It hM torn up California for years. The great women shall or shall , not they say whether they shall ct politics through the initia- teferendum and recall or not; say how Unjtted States sena- Han be elected; they say wheth- vernor shall be elected for year, tw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 May 1912

HaT SfSS fe:V' HUMS ISSi !'f ■£* : ■ -- • •• ...>,"■; .$$&$ -aaVo ijpt yafer i 8* "■'7..; . *-1 ►'• • / ' :W''. 'Ml.. 'T . i* \ fs ' ■ SfcM ■sfe Sp*. Ii I- I + . 4$'. " * ■:.- -.'■ ,« • « ; artioiS 9. of the natlonaj^onstf lers," " M |;l , .. ^*I*gathe r ftora all this. Corn- 4<My'de«rfri«ad,you have an- rade Hickey, that you are a great ■ . ' . mi j 2. il ..' ... 1. L, . :r triHt-' the biterat of t, irce. mid . a .$>• get next they will J * -4"he ooastitu- 'a joke- It is just like Tim Campbell said "lo- Grover Cleve- land: "What* a,llttle ^ likf the constitution' bdWew friends? Don't you relttmthef tH# struffcle we had some fa piithj ag* to keep this N. E. C. from invading Mis •onri in spite of the specific decla ration of section 4 article 2 of the constitution ! And so, to- day the sections that prohibit the publication ef any editorial opin- ion has been grossly violated by the bureaucracy. I am not deal- ing with hot air. I have got noth- ing but facts culled from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 May 1912

adelW fcf reducing the na- ial duet and" go further and say | Ait they Should b« abolished *1- __ „ ... nuuu „ ,„fi Clonal Executive'Comrhittee at the PJanuaJy, 1910 the program doae of the prflWeniial campaign' - - " " -"lly an un- 48 Performed its work of routing 4the presidential candidates arid gS§ adjourn after they hav ablest^ ajid jtrograw, one. came into office their books audited, say about the 15th of next November. And that is the way Texas feels on national affairs." But, say Mr. Hickey, what SSS&Swjgg jjjg ^ fart that our Jftot invariably result from a lP"^ * <"> " «* *«'" jMj-autonomous, committee-govern- ti form of organisation. It is true ^jt to a masterstroke of states ujnghip on Meitten's part the warriag faction! were induced to pound their arms and thus pre- yed the N. E. C. from invading tke state; but the virtue of the pro- Pr*m '8 evidenced by the fact that ^ ^ distributed by the member- (or th. —g wo ye™ of to 8hi 0(athe ,tatM Those who have rod for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 May 1912

' -P-V5- ■HHP *.$ - '- ' ■ ;;/V' -rrtcm SSSIsif^£;T:.. • • a-iI? •'■•. i'-t- v • I-,v .vd vil . . : ■ , « !w;i ■ VW:-:y p n si-.. >• Hugh Moore or Chilton, president of the Bontera Union of Am- «ieo,andotktit, wrotetoGovernor Colquitt Mto«M * request «M resignation of Railroad Commissioner John L. Worth**, Tie eWfe «u mad* that Wortham and the railroad eomm - skm, having Med W require the narriman. roads in Texas to hire mm but competent railroad men te haul public freight end pae- •sogers, <was indirectly responsible for the locomotivs boiler explo- rion and the slaughter of nearly thirty workmen at Son Antonio. Worthamwas held to especial reeponsibility beeeuee he bad only reently made a pretended inepoction of the Houston * Texas Central line, (which by employing ignorant scabs in place of strik- ing union shopmen haa let its engines fall into a dangerous condi- tion) and had given that road a clean bill of health. It seems Governor Colquitt passed the letter from President...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 May 1912

, EUmb 50c pr yr; otabs of 4 (40 wks) IBs THIS IS NO. 45 Week'Ending |||pf| Issned Wnidy, by Offi IS. A Squeezed Lemon. ng rX551C>tailL. aiiu vjciiti ai «—■.« -•<, W, — iui ut y ■ * •Hie Hon. Jewel P.Eightfoot, attorney general of Texas, has an-. If Lightfoot was investigating 1 ooaneed he will not be a candidate for reelection, but liis soul goes cinity of Rochester, New York, and parching on. expenses for that investigation, his _.. The. Hoc Jewel has been doing some things; official and un&ffic- expense, and while 'in that vicinity he j l during the past two years, which call for the spotlight in order of the Woodmen, he Bhould not have that the people of Texas may know him and hia kind at their true against the Woodmen of the World for ' value. Inasmuch as the democratic newspaper press of Texas se^ms fare, because the state had already disinclined to print the facts, it becomes the duty of The Rebel, as the wen* ^ere in the first instance to at' only letl newspaper of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 May 1912

<ttw.SeE£ 11 P B#t&*' E^F^MA-S"- " 1 ' fefcv'-'. " I WfAl, "fiv - putty A congressman F; ro BY }Vki> li .JP ■'SwM K? IP®'- \ : -. •• i Aav ti«r <4i«mi for attondanoe at to attendance leu than twelve days per «b for at MPWM . ^ wnmmiMinn scores the Sovereign Ex- entruated to it 1 * J^thog^ w^'o' expect lomeihing for th.lt wjv >X < «■ «"> * - X Detroit Conv^oy. M Mbjj. ^ "STE? TJ*Z&. «*r £■««•«• ft •14 I : J ; s WIT ''In Wm ;i# f'ifc "f ' £> while the members Tourteen or fifteen day-, and annual salary, and in the case of one of the Sovereign Executive Oeronittee a salary in Congress. This seems to be about ".rapid grafting on a small scale as could be carried on. From Dare 10 of the Insurance Report: "At the Norfolk convention the head officer" <! 15.80 2.00 drew for mileage and * — per diem m follows: . $406.30 — "Sovereign Commander- •■•* 4Mg0 '' Sovereign Clerk .......•••< '...., 480.90 "Sovereign Adviser isoso f'& *«* m m> ^Aalong as the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 May 1912

■PPrl , jjg£5 IM @E2S they tfe w far apalt asthe poles. J'11 have^to iak some school boy, in lyier to secure mm wbmrn a dictionary and let him read the thl field of economies, >he displays • ' • anywhere quotes Marx as follows: "In the first stone he (the savage) flings at the wild animaljw pursues; inAhe stick which he seiwxl to throw down the fruit which hangs above his reach, we see the appropriation of one article for the purpose of aid- ing in the acquisition of another and thus discover the original of capital. readers can see from the foregoing that Mr. Lemmons norant of the subject he writes about. In a later issue ofTheBebel, I shall follow him further afield. His views on econom ics are ao refreshing that they require special treatment by them- selves. His position on Marxian economics is full of so many errors that it will give me great pleasure in the near future to point them out in a special article on this subject. Before closing, I would like to point out to the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 May 1912

m _ws3i:- i^itSSlfe^SeP ffi ^JSKSS •J :'•,v tj';■ >■ sansr His iPlMpkg / S!'; - . ' «« Igli JL-l-!ilg :^--M>rr "Direct Aclioa": What It Means. a ■'f? m p. • /\ ^3" (btfbwmuuhw.) ;.;fc:Vv/ .,: You and I want all the light we can get on the vast new Upward movement of humanity in which we are taking part The newest development in this upward movement is called syn- dicalism. Its slogan is "direct action." It ha*aecomplished aome tremendous concrete tasks in very^ recent time, and has rtiyred mil lions of thoughtful men and women to serious consideration of it-- ot vbat it is and what, it means and what it portends for all of us. I have just found, in the May number of the Forum Maganne, an article by Louis Levine, entitled "Direct Action: The Philosophy of the Labor Struggles of Today," which has given me more informs tfon about this new feature of the Socialistic forward movement than . w a. i.lr - m.211 Ua f a <W>f I had been able to Obtain eiaewnere. i iww f«/w the fact...

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