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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 May 1913

fiy ':':ky"r ^ •i ->•. •' 4i "•v.- / Oklahoma Notes. Ii <l%e eaeampmcMs will begin about «dr -tot Am y<m 4y for yourst • •Dear Comrade: Sou cap count us oa the fiitttfttae from now on. Wo got ^ree Hf .onbm last mooting and *ill got MOM adrt meeting Wo have •nanned for a co-operative cotton patch. W« intend to have public meet- ltlgi on the day* thia cotton patch to -urked, toko oar dinners and stay all Z?Hio write 0 M Prorioj. '"Dear Comrade:—I have loci my ^ in which I kept addresses, I had 75 subs divided between the Appeal, 5eb J and Kiptaw, and 1 can't rtqw. ber b t fow of the addresses, xney were tcattorod from Angelina county to Austin and back to (Jomaneke. if you mo any kick about thia ploaao not- ify mo, J. D. Wilson, Oresson, Tox" Gonsales county ia waking up. J. W. Peebles and othera hadJnO.A. Currie to givo about 20 lectures recently. Comrade Pebbled, who is about ao y(fan old donated $$$ to the work and other eomradoe wore liberal in their help Some cf the land...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 May 1913

—-—— ■ v •.,sr«'iKrfii^WetfiKV3S.:• -V'v • ' v- •• . ^ V-- ' : • ... ' . v ■ ' :'v <*&)■ STORY. R BY Bumm* V, Dsn. Spewi im 11 i ii.1 RH •i f*r I i n?-;| " .!fcV ?w raff I 4i- jU. i if KM I Thousands of falnhoods were and struck out for political ac coined and circulated by th« ag). * ' ^ v„ . italist press, shifting the blame for M a werJang class party. latter was known tas the Democratic Party and progressed rapidly from the start, while the lawlessness and crime from the in- stigatoiri to innocent men; the leaders were arretted without former soon exhausted its resources charg« and jailed without trial, and paned out of existence, headquarters were broken up, a The Socialist Labor Party, special grand jury was sworn in i expressly to indict^ a notorious cap italist union-hater being made fore- man, and a hundred other flagrant violations of the law and outrages upon justice were committed in the name of the law to defeat justice and enthrone corporate rapacity. w The vena...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 May 1913

•U" ■■■« •' mm iwm; J f gs«R$a$ i *'j «■ *~V- 4: H By '■ ■ 4 >-• *•••«• %'p week.... claba of MM per jn; ill • • • • • ut ft. •'., this date ■SUBLL^ ■ ■ Wnt ■v r- ■«• If this No. is opposite your bum your aubeciption expire* next tew fff* ORB AT APPEAR QRBAT TO U8 ONLY BEO iaw Jetjr k . " : >V WJ? ABtf ON OUR KNEEB — Uffflfl 4 WS* mm* V4V1A MIS M7, H ALT.KTTB flATIt r>AV TF.YAfl m Ol Oestemec «t dtMcNHfaMk ■ ... VIRGINIA GUARDS TEE SCUM This is the states, that the of its * _ irginis, the state that was tblic looters when the Old Dominionwas torn by she! the birth ol which was correctlv described by the - JL Wise, who said KJ of a political rape/' Thi* «tory will is living up to the methods of its is upon it to this hour. the oppression of labor, often strain a in various places such as infamoos _ Colorado, are Russian settlements and find [ at by reformers and conservator who protest that i too strong. Not so in the case of 'llaat Virginia, where £<*dmSwk .b nfornme oon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 May 1913

Rl P. 0 •: am i % m- !f%' i III;#; ■■■; J if | j ''WW '4 j III i im, Ifil m ;Wi: IM § # a 'llf j IfeAJrk-. w pr,if' '! E I; • ikla' i ■*. i, ! ;i • m- Hk h , earlier strike of 1903 the mh^nrmen «f; this govermment—the federal «owte ; - _ * stubborn tight It wu evident they eould lN|^Lt0,ir?k•**• ^food* the^smm -nded that they should be starved out Justice John Ja utting in the United States District Court in the ne-thern m «tate> WW induced to issue an injunction, enjoining their f mittee from fading or elotkinj tht ttrikers. Another ale of government by injunction. ' reign of terror STARTS. „ "His brother justice in the southern district, Judged. F. Kellar, ix the aanw time enjoined their meetingi within sight of <the mines.The tho u^j^^jjojj and thfl jeign of terror commenced. "Meantime a ' t ■: ' " IMV Pi.,. . ,t .■pa^i had slipped through the miner*' picket and was sentenced to news of the battle to Cabin Greek. Charles J* labor for the ben- Company had despatched a frfh e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 May 1913

,'cr5. m Sir'' "7 :.M: 1 —'"■ DONK REFORM FOB TEXAS SS'«s*SHW>^' !T Y for Ma AN ADV. -4- WITBfySD The Rebel is delighted to an" nounce that at the extra session of the 33rd legislature, which will convene at Austin on the first of August, some remarkable reforms in the, interest of child slaves of the South will he in- traduced, These humaTie revisions the cfcild labor laws are so start- it they could only originate m ihe brain of a follower of the Donk. t Here they are: 1. No child under two shall be allowed to labor at horseshoeing, chopping down tree® or tending bar in the prohibition districts. 2. No child shall be allowed to work in the cotton patch during the months of June, July and Aug- ust for more than 33 hours in one day without the consent of the landlord. 3. No child under 16 hhall be al- lowed to work in any mine, field, factory, workshop or elsewhere un- less he can find an employer. 4. As children should be taught consideration for elders and respect for the right...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 May 1913

a- s - if, v •-^>j,;7-' .: • i- \r; i! -Mi 3«i42^ r r ■:::.! •tv. .-, ,• ** ■ , .„{ff,t> •:«r Mwnaf: ^*-••*•- mm «^$5 i%£hm PRISON LABOR. Bt Eooxxs V, ww III ) fete" I m KiSafii Hi; (Minim befwo Niastooath Csatur? Qab al Dstaaal % Now York Oil/. > -: • I ,l*a..i ' 7™ :-, :>* | 1 the open door of «L ; Sot# ■ '-««*< -i'/'ti M wgrttrrfyfagJtfl, ■, reformatories ana pen- have b«en crowded with Wyiwwt., BoshonM ,JM—.... and the queetion how to ®V*|* m/i I unfortunate frtmatea is ehallonsrin* and pilod in the fud \ > cm m ■WKS raKtMi aK J: craft ,through the grime of ming- fled sweat and smoke and dust | waa initiated into the great broth- erhood of labor. The locomotive wa« my alma mater. I mastered the curriculum and graduated with the degree of D. D., not aa the lexicon interpret the letters, "Doc- tor of Divinity," bat that better signification, "Do and Dare"—a higher degree than Aristotle con- ferred1 in his Lyceum or Plato thundered from his academy. I am not in th...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 May 1913

. 1 AD MM ftportu iio^wi 'Wr'' im .AA* • • • • • • . • |) this date A. mOKXT, Stner nd Owner *) 50c POT rr; <lBkS «f 4 («0 VNki) 26c If tbi No. ia opposite you name yonr suheciption expiree next issue TEE GREAT APPE TO VS ONLY BSC A K AttE ON ovn KNEES — LET OS A RISE. ygi *• *■'" ■£r* «ira tU' July 1, 1011, at the boatoffice at HailetU- h'Mi TURD AY, MAY \% 1918. OB THESE CLEMlCAi LIARS. UAjAjcrinr oai in your neigh Rebel a few weeks ago published an account tf an attempt of rail- way detectives to crash in its in- faney the Cooperative Industrie Jnion by digging up an old whiskey-peddling charge five yehrt old on the leading spirit of the union, George Andrews, of Bresson, Texas. Without giving him a chance to consult friends or lawyers,ftey railroaded him to the county jail Waurika, Oklahoma, he may stir up their section slaves, the poorest paid and worst treated, though the most important work- ers in the service. It will be remembered further that we published a letter from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 May 1913

.. IMi sii i ill :M ' lil t m4 rf'4 Sf> * a ii III Itil Ml' in <The Literary Digest of New fck is the greatarf weskh review oat the nation. It ia tmnwNfly fair pub- lication, giving ail aides and view- points of any important world «f«at. On the front pagt of its •■we oi may 10. ii gives tfce follow- ing splendid suuuaarj of the Pat- «aon strike situation, being a most • interesting and instructive stndy >f eastern labor conditions.—-Ed.) The strike in the Paterson silk -mils is a war, Mft William D. Say wood, "a hitter war—it's «arse thfin any other war." Tha «qggestB a writer in a New York . oaper, may be baaanse he haa to -■sckon with a fee "taare formid •ale than the eaMfcraea, the May •r, the Chief of Hflfefr—smre pow «rful than the iiqpaftiirt private 4ateetives—the American Feder «tkm of Labor." So this strike akes on the form of rivaby be- tween twO labor orpuaisBtions, be- tween two ideals. The difference if point of view, as generally un 4srstood, is that the Amer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 May 1913

mMmwi • 7 - H™ mi w :Sf; *- ■■- '-'. tfr" s •./: KMHgSSMi SjEH I IiJtK: ■ -^4*1 . &«8Hg BSftlura&SSui *■ Renter's Onion. zucr/ AND OHIO 8TATK ENTlON. ■' .n mt* :-W* •Tr S'-J&t Wm -: ■ "i- ■ •> . ■ ■—;— ft are not going to talk much , time, and only of om subject, have not yet tent out the cir tt letter* Mking our subscribers renew for The Rebel for four rt, nevertheless we receive four- r-gube every day. We want to , a third of our readers come , in this matter and then we ,ld quit doing what the mar- Wayland used to do before Appeal had arrived, namely: [there havfcij been many .. dark E. 0. Meitxen, See.-Treas, Halletta- vttle, Texaa. The vfork goes steadily on. Two more locals added to the list this week: J. F. Beam of r, organizes local with 6 members at Nebo, Murray County, Oklahoma which makes 12 in that state. W. E. Cleveland is secretary and J. H. Hill, preai- dent. l&rgest local so far formed ays And months of them,p®* ®fnt Wednesday by organ- .... _ lzer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 May 1913

mm w Si J pij |$p* I r ■;* 14. !|' ;j tllil tf§ | -Ji- ~ pcrr [ 1 KC ■ I il'jf ■ I |i!f Is; m ,<<f. +~-rt i :§J Sj? h if Vtt ' fifR fj' |« m % *T*i - ■;"■'• M /iSSF™ 4i A*-*'.! B3 %kV" JBT ^Sllp jy most remarkable edi- torial by the lata J. A. Way land written seven year* ago,was sent The Rebel by one~ef its beat Tens friends and oomradM, W. H. Howe, of Blanco, who makes this lueid comment thereon: "In looking over some old Social ist papers I wsa impressed wt tbe importance of giving to the world the accompanying editorial by Comrade J. A. Way land fount in the Appeal to Season of Decem- ber, 8, 1906. "I would take it is a great favor if yon wtjuld make a feature article of it in The Rebel, and I believe everyone of your readers woul( share the pleasure with me in see- ing Jthe article given such promin- ence. It would be impossible to draw a truer likeness of the real Wayland than he has given us'in this editorial. And can anyone wonder that after he had spea " -several yean...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 May 1913

& the] 1 of. this date mm 1811, at the I ax WEST VIRGINIA 8ITVA- 1 TION. At its session m Chicago the part leek the national committee of the Party, voicing the uni- spirit of protest of the ran- .file that waa manifest long fore the officials began to move, through" moat thorough with regard to the West Vir nia situation. The first step waa the drafting a memorial to the President oi Unitad States, which follows ow, next stejrwn* to ap- it three of the moat promient Jista in Amerisa, namely E« Debs, Adoiph Germer and Victor Berger, to doafely investi- ite the eoaditiona in that m3i- despotism and report the re- jts personally to President Wtt- on and to the nation at large., ebs and Germer were at Charlaa- within a few days being tified and Berger ar% ed some * • " it on w. the GREAT APPEAR GREAT TV U8 ONLY because hallettsvillb, >9 i s and at Halle tt* of March 3, 79 later, and all went to ige on Amer- [work gathering teatimd as to _ geratost organised o\ abor that the capi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 May 1913

llgfc * i iiSJa ,'. ! <| ila Iff iff Si -I # - ^wirf -r<i> ^1 7 . . Thfc Convicted Iron Workers. By Eugene V. Debt. diapatchss inform m the thirty-eight nonvieted officials of the iron workers' and other unions who wen sentenced remain in Leavenworth Prison. The rest are all oat under bail pending the decision of the hignei* court to which these oases have been appealed. ~ \ The fifteen convicted union lead- ers who remain in priMn are here only- becauses they an unfortunate in having no friends of sufficient financial means to furnish their Hal. jzgmt mmnmm h* i rnffnTirTiai mm "77^ It SP r mi «P %\ ss <ra r r** MUN. I MOTHSn JONES BRMATHXS FROM MBWWWWri^^WPg^/ iir:^! small borinesi man was dt* - v; ting in the baok of his store with There is no one in his head on his hands, when the has done and ii doing Wise One walked in, slapped him fo>n into fee tackb on the hade and cheerfully Muds jog a ((Witt + •• • * a. • a •• . <411 "™ GUARDHOUSE. jijin. The enclosed cli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 May 1913

m J 4 •,p it Y&l m. t^R|w ,J The editor fcituitoad from the big meetiiX at Chicago in time to find that the teuBnesa ottoe waa still in * ">* ^ "off*" While in Chicago we wiMulted some of the greatest cir- culation experts in the United mates. 1 told them about the phe ,,0uienal growth of The Rebel and the protracted fight with our "Off*M after we reached a certain gtige. ' They pointed out to me that every paper of large circula- tion goes through exactly the same experience.' They described this experience in the term "covering yOQf field* • '^txej pointed out.to me that the Appeal to Reason went exactly through the same fight with their early "offs," but that with the ii =gg—— RIGHT TO ESTABLISH A Mils ITAKIIONE. Sir The United States Senate ba- tened for an hour and a half on May M to a diswosion of the rif hl of West Virginia's governor to'es- tablish a military zone in his stater to set up martial law there and to say that prisoners brought before the military tribunal ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 May 1913

— : BkMI < - ■ (< V. - v - ■ Km ir*TU% i£a >i\ :&■ 50FH lature and 1Very trial anions Co-operation. Revolution." [err k Go.) ten not m tion. indus- enable the work- protect themselves (An extract from the new pam- bot to otiuperaU in carrying on m itX Mf" iff I Wt if [II HSyBS I: .1 |u 'The Coming issued by Chss. {I- K ■■■ *<*?■■ -*r-• y.f'•••>'• '■' .|V V>- ;"<*5 '■$ Many people have argued tyat Socialism ia impossible becaoae human nature is not adapted to co operation. Even Herbert Spen- cer, the great evolutionist, said: ' You_cann°t build a perfect so- ciety ont of imperfect and aelfiih people." In other words Spencer sitter showing how evolution had con$isted of a constant readaption of all living things, flom the first protoplaamic cell to man, to new wnditions of life, said that modern man. oouM not possibly adapt him- self to a system under which the fcnachinety !of production would be socially owned and democratic ally administered. Aa we look in- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 May 1913

•. vti ^4kS ^ SB VHr !Wi&. W: m 3H2 •*K 55 THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO US ONLY BECAl S 0$ OUR KNEE8 — LET V8 A RISE If this No. is opposite your name | Aa your robsciption expires next tome <* v v TT *, 79 BALLETTSVILLX, f9*A8, SATURDAY MAY 31, 1913. No 99 « #5fcVIW&£ '< ,j^Jj mm Vf^, m JAL COMMITTEE. that th« working cIms of the nation 11 . t ^ „ . message through state-managed encs Coney utaa. SJfatitmal pprt to atote secretary Hallettsville, Texas, May 27, 1913. —B. A. Qreen, State Secretary S. P., Rockdale, Tex. ; Dear Comrade:— The ^National Committee meeting opend at the BriggB House PMeami. on Sunday morning May, 11th; 71 committeemen being pre- sent including Comrade Noble and myself who represented Texaa Thn first important business taken up was the situation in West, ^«jmpjiwh«jijiiu ^ beh4jf- of the MtioMl executiv^com- thi failure of the N. B. CrtS take any to the effect that this "efficient" body -cofiraea as In Waahingtonjlinnesota reached with a Socialist ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 May 1913

n V? ?-'v r rfc-\-.iM&.y-t^-*v «s mM| mm W&W;:* •?,'M I ■ ■ w m ;lfe I I'll I M'.'fl; II I ■ r a M>if: ,|: j 1 ill r-:: I v 1 1 ip M,i vv In «p;te of all the lying sUte- ents "• the assented pre J* &« the contrary the wir in Wert ivr giaiabetween the coal operator*, their armed thugs, the governor •ndtta military on oat tide and th« ^king tninera and the Social- ist party on the other side it still Governor Hatfield who is one of the notorious Hatfield-MeCoy fend clan says that martial law mU oontfaue. Mother Jones and the Socialistand Union men held by the military ' have been released Eugene V. Deba, Victor L. Berger and Adolph Oermer.the committee sect by the National Committee. to Jivestiffate condi tions is on tMlround. Debs has visited the ruins of the Argus of fice at Charleston, the plant which was confiscated a la, Russia on the order of the mine owners puppet, Governor Hatfield. This week he will visit the office of the Huntington Star which was like wise de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 May 1913

x - ■ ' H li i 1 M * IS, This week jre are able to report # slight gain which is encouraging ^r^rn'socitliat editors cannot appreciate the tipublea that we southern editors are up against on jHT-ount-of crop seasons. Our best workers at this time of the year must be in the fields getting the crows in, shape and hence we have oontiuouB battle at this season to hold our own. However, the crop ^.(11 bejwn laid, by and then we will go forward , by leaps and bounds. The bigger the leap, the Texas Hotes. ; -If?® '#• a*" -j'1 to E ' v "W . — sa-aae y essasses Hllig ?• WASLAND AND HER TRADVCERS. Edith Way land,-the daughter of our lamented comrade, J. A. Way- land, has through her attorney, J /: £4. A. Oreaa, State ®#c. Rockdale. If you want u« to set dates and send speaker* for jrour encampment^ Jet u know at tmce. Date# will bo Mt E. Sheppard of Fort Scott, Kan- about li^aad the meetings wiUj brought suit against the pub- begtn about July 1st. j j^erg 0| the Anti Socialist Band Thaw waa a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 May 1913

fife" MajmB r%t VvcS«(*3!av. >&£Ps *,w<v i'-aaS At this very hour the miners in 'at Virginia 'are on itrikt under the ffMWtitioit tWe, lor Ijr* nineiRl know many of those taen personally. I know under what condition* they lave had to work. 1 hare been in the (hacks In wfeJdt they Ihre and ha ve aeen their unhappy wire* and ill-fed children. I know whereof I •peak. Only in the laat extremity have thote men gone oat on atrike. They bore aU these cruel wrongs for year? and were finally forced out on strike And then what hap* penedf The very first thing the dehtocrstfo governor did wu to •end the soldiers to scab the mines. It doesn't make any difference to you, if workiogmen are starved and shot down, which party is in power. It occurs under both re- publican and democratic adminis- tration. There will be no change as long; as you continue to support the prevailing capitalist system, baled upon the private owenrship of the tools with which woridnfmen work and without trfcioh ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 June 1913

■It, 'M B -259. "_.342 23,256 thin date ,G3 8 m SsSiK W:" !-••! a?; > ' 4^*-: mk '*xr- <• ttf March 4 JlPsJTkvK^p^,.' . • 4 '• THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO U8 ONLY BECAUSE WE AH E ON OVR XNEE8 — SET D8 A RISK ^• • -•"Mir®' . , mill ' I i iiii,iiik. IIIII. II.I,;.IN. ( II j,.#1 ' ■' 1 HALtETTSVILLE, &SXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7,1913. t. a. moxxi. alitor wmi owner 50c p«r 7t: clnu of 4 <40 *•«& > If this No. is opposite your nam* | A | vour subeciption expire* next issos 4 " * V " ■ ' - EE&ssE No 100 tian Strike. Emieie Vandervel Bytt^ppldeir of the cialists has written a i#oat compre- hensive article for the g*est Berlm (Socialist daily, The Vorwaerts, ! which we publiriH below for ^ the benefit of our reader*. The Bebel prints this lengthy article belief a resolution to call at the op- ^une moment a general strike force revision of the constitu- tion and hence the abolition of plural suffrage: , ^ But* in contrast to similar ancT earlier movements in Belgium and else...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 June 1913

W&mC *, > 'SM HRSsI Jtl 'W- iW3~' &wsm<s &&S itarinms and In- sanitariums. 1 III ■W • V lift ; , ii!1 . }' i If l 11 11 j" i (3- iSf® (This u the first of n seriea of nr markahlo articles <m insane asy lufits and sanitariums written by a leading North Texas citizen, who it will be seen is thoroughly convers- ant with the subject.—Ed.) Silent nukes the awift Lord Throng* mined system still restored, Waters with tears of aacieat sorrow Apples of Bdea ripe tomorrow. Y —Emerson. J who hu passed the in has the seer's vetcutfr ia %- ■k enigmatical cally it ap- ces to the asy- unja of many If what came to the writer in U than in merely.*■ six months sojourn is asample or $ M immense soahumanity to m*n FPTr^r^TT* w I ths periphery of •£hsn must t% aome- ajntemplate. of whtHbuting coral, for the up- Bluf bettor, aome- and more progressive ikatlsu Is his sol- It least five tiWhthl. ' • fWwW,.,. penor amount edfe, without assuming tne to Wong mi !* these. startling hea...

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