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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 5 April 1906

,\V —<L POUTHBRN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD DUNNE ENDORSES LABOR UNIONS Employes of the City Are at Liberty to Organize* Chicago, March 30.—Labor unions among municipal employes were en- dorsed most emphatically by Mayor Dunne last night at a street car men's meeting. That they should not strike was his only proviso. The mayor also declared that the negro shall have an equal chance in obtaining employment on the cars after the municipalization of the street car systems. He told the street car men's union that they might continue their organi- zation after the cars are owned and operated by the city. In answer to a question regarding the organization of the policemen which former Mayor Harrison disrupted, he said that every branch of the municipal service Is at liberty to organize. 'The mayor said that his plan in treating with the present employes would be to employ every one in the service of the company at the time the lines are taken over by the municipal- ity. t m t C...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 5 April 1906

iOTTTHEBW lfEBCTTHY AND FABVEBS UHIOff PAS8W0KDL DEAD LOCK STILL ON IN THE LEGISLATURE HOUSE AND SENATE ARE AT LOGGERHEADS ON UNIFORM PRIMARY AMENDMENT. House Recedes From Its "Prairie Dog'* Amendment—Hot Shot From Governor Lanham—Declares That Legislators Have Not Acted in Good "Faith. ' Austin, Tex., April 3.—The house to- day receded from Its second amend- ment to the senate election bill by a vote of 86 to 16. This Is what was known as the "prairie dog" amendment and exempts counties issuing 1600 poll tax receipts from holding primaries for counties. No action has as yet been taken on the blanket primary amend- ment. About noon to-day Chairman Green- Wood of the house free conference com- mittee reported that the- conference committee was unable to agree and gave details of how the matter was dis- cussed in the committee room, which will be found elsewhere in these col- umns. „ When the house recessed for dinner the question of taking up the blanket primary was still pending. It...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 5 April 1906

PROCEEDINGS OF TEXAS STATE UNION L,X w F BE* V OFFICIAL MINUTES. f; Dallas. Tex.. March «. 1906. Morning Session.—The convention Was called to order In the auditorium Of Dallas Commercial Club by President Calvin at 9: SO a. m. Address of welcome was made by Mayor Barry, who extended the courte- sies of the city; and cave good words Of advice to the convention. Greetings from the American Feder- ation of Labor, by General Organiser C. W- Woodman, who among other things said: "As evidence of the sincerity of the friendship of the American Federa- tion of Labor has Issued a circu- lar Instructing its Two Million Members to'always look for the Union Label of the Farmers, and to purchase none but the products of Union Farm- ers. when same can be obtained." An eloquent response was made by Stat£ Lecturer D. J. Neal, who in con- clusion counciled the delegates to be cool in their judgment and to remem- ber that the Union is founded on equity and The Golden Rule. President Calvin then inst...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 5 April 1906

% r \* mi I< == INITIATIVE REFERENDUM What Recent Declaration of Labor Federation Means* ^ Washington, April 2.—The executive council of the American Federation of Labor has taken vigorous steps for car- rying into operation Its recent threat to retire to private life such of the repre- sentatives In the Federal government as are opposing the labor Interests. The following resolution was adopted March 23: "The American -Federation of Labor's policy in interogating candidates for public office upon questions affecting the interests of labor and of the people generally will be continued and more aggresively prosecuted." This brief declaration contains three prominent features and one thftt is im- plied, namely, that all candidates ar« •to be questioned; that a more vigorous campaign is to be conducted; that the Interests of the people in general are, to be worked for; and that all who are opposed to machine rule and prlvute monopoly are invited to Join in ques- tioning candidates. ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 12 April 1906

■ * 4 1 •tM* ^Sk* £$i£ f I P "UNITED WITH* U SOS mr.fi,' WOP Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May 1,1900. - I I Vol. XXVI. No. 16 Dallas* Texas. Thursday, April 12, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum The Stylish Hats For Easter The b:st brains and money can produce. Every Hat we sell has a reputation, and the variety is large enough to suit the most fastidious. We back l^lWUtidc Against all comers, for we kaow it to be the best $3.00 Hat on the market. As for styles, we show you all the new ones, including Telescopes and Touris s. All the new styles in Kiox and Stetson Hats are here. CHILD'S MILAN SA'LOR HATS—Spe- cial va'ues, $1.50, $2.00, dfa $2.50 and (In Men's Hat Department.) NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE IN ALL SECTIONS Order By Mail Telephone or Telegraph. We Prepay Express on Orders Value $5 er Mere I SANGER BROTHERS, DALLAS, TEXAS. < •l-M* 'M- 't"t< 'M' ■ W-H* ■(' ♦ •{" Hill County Union me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 12 April 1906

SOUTHERN MERCUBT AMD FABlOTS UMIOMT PA8SW0BA OLT OF VOLCANIC ERUPTION BRINGS GREAT DISASTER IN NAPLES. B) Tit Autciated Pren. Naples, April 10.—A frightful 41mm- ter occurred In the center of the city this morning when the roof of the mar- ket on Monte Oliveto collapsed from the weight of ashes thrown from Mount Vesuvius. It is not known how many people were in the building. The v work of rescue progressed during the morning hours and before noon seven (todies had been removed and seventy Injured persons taken from the ruins. The disaster was appalling. The court yard covers 600 square feet and was roofed. The space was unusually crowded with buyers and children, the accident happening at an hour of the day when trade was most brisk. The rival displays of flowers, fruits and vegetable* were contended for by buy- ers while market women screamed wares and joked with customers. Lit- tle children played about the stands, .yety to the scene, the like of which is not witnessed outside of ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 12 April 1906

80TJTHEBN XEBCUBT* AND FARMERS UNION PAS8W0BD. k .. <■' 7 / DEPARTMENT TAKESNOTIGE Tfow That Farmers Union Can In- vade Republican Territory. " Washington, April —Postmaster 'General-Cor telyou has finally made public the position that the postott'iee department has taken toward the offi- cial organs of the various Farmers' tUnions. The department has beon Uniformly refusing them admission to the mails as second class matter. The Farmers' Unions are gradually invad- ing Republican territory and the policy of the department towurds the official Organs of the Unions In beginning to cause apprehension among Republican members from agricultural sections. Thus Delegate Bird McCluire of Ok- lahoma began to hear from ihe rural districts of the territory over the ac- tion of the poatoffice department In refusing to admit to the mails the In- 'diahoma Union Signal of Shawnee. Okla. He went after the department personally and by a resolution of tha house drafted in such a manner as re- qui...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 12 April 1906

&& *#/ •0UTHE1N XEBCUBT AND 7ABMEB8 UXIOV FA88W0KDL United with the FARMERS UNION ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. bank In t)M South, tor than Is no toot ter security on earth than well am safely boused cotton. Negotiable ware- house receipts. for cotton will circu- late as money and make the fln< basis for money we can get.—Southern Farmer. Published every Thursday by the FARMERS' UNION PUBLISHING CO antmi at the PrM". Texas, postof- Sae as ami matter of the second class. . Main Office: US-SIS Commerce BL (corner Lamar, asston Bonding). Dal- las. Texss Change of Address—Subscribers re- questing a change of address must give the OLD as well as tbe NEW address. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all communications, sad make all drafts, money orders, etc.. It has become such common practice for corporations to purchase special privileges, not from tbe public, but from boards of aldermen, legislators, commissions, and other officials, that they have come to expect ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 12 April 1906

,sv. SOUTHBBN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. f* -i 'V> MAY BE RECONCILED AND BECOME FRIENDS AS RESULT OF FIGHT. ' Washington. April 7—Present Indica- tions point strongly to the probability that the closing days of the railroad fight In the upper house of congress may be marked by a reconciliation between President Roosevelt and Sen- ator Benjamin R. Tillman. While the South Carolina senator still stoutly declares that he sees no reason why he need confer with the president or anyone else out of congress, or how he should manage the administration measure, which was put in his care by interests in the senate committee rtrongly opposed to the president's policy, those who have watched the altuatio.-i closely believe they see a sign that augurs well for the ardent friend of the Hepburn bill. There appears to be a lessening of the lines about the South Carolinan's mouth as he is called upon to make his dally disavowal. He is less harsh in his criticism of the chief executive; h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 12 April 1906

£r* ' I SOUTHERN MEBCUBT AND FABMERS UNION PA88WOSDL POLICEMEN KNOCKED DOWN AND BEATEN BY ENRAGED CROWD* {Dpen A'r Meeting of Socialists Leads to Serious Trouble—Government is Denounced by Fiery Speakers—Gathering Was to Pro- test Against Court Proceedings in Idaho Cases. /• Ban Francisco, Cal., April 9.—The. fiercest riot San Francisco has wit- nessed in a generation was the sequel last evening to a meeting of Socialists held at /Woodward's pavilion as an expres- sion of sympathy for President Moyer and Secretary Hey wood of the Western Federation of Miners who are imprls- ' oned in Idaho on the accusation that .'they were implicated in the assassina- tion of former Governor Stuenenberg. I At the meeting some typically vio- lent Socialistic speeches were made In .which it was declared that Moyer and Heywood were Innocent and that if convicted they would not be hanged Unless the entire United States army jvas brought in to assist In their ex- ecution. At the conclusion of the speech...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 12 April 1906

44 Jud&e" Andrew Hamilton, Man of Mystery x MONO those who have figured prominently in the legislative inquiry into the life Insurance business in New York is Andrew Hamilton of Albany. Almost at the very outset of the proceedings Hamilton was developed as one of the mysteries connected with the inquiry. When the affairs of the New Tork Life Insurance company were being looked into he seemed to be the one witness that might have been able to throw light on certain very obscure and really vital points, but he was not available; he was sojourning abroad, and it was under- stood by the members of the committee that he was finding European life so agreeable that he had no intention of returning immediately. But he did return, and unexpectedly— defied his accusers in the assembly chamber. How much of a surprise his dramatic denial afforded those whose In- terest it is to baffle the attempt at life Insurance Investigation is problematical. At first thought it would seem that his preci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 12 April 1906

B0T7THETO HEHCI7RT AND 7ABHKRS T7NI0W PX8BW0R0L A ■ A2&! REDUCE YOUR COTTON ACREAGE. i Spinners and bear speculators have done everything in their power to force the price of cotton down, and if the producer does not resort to all legiti- mate means in co-operation, he will be forced to the starvation prices of the r-ast. This is not a far-fetched Idea or • mere Imagination, but "hand writing upon the wall" that may be read by every producer of cotton. Hence, the first thing to do is a reduction of acre- age. It is time that the price can be controlled by marketing slowly, or as deumnd is created, but it is a question Whether the producers are organized Bufliciently to do this with a big crop. But to reduce the acreage is a dead shot. It takes the last gun and round of ammunition from the bear element and will force thpm to pay fair prices. It has been repeatedly demonstrated that a nine million bale crop will bring more than a 15 million crop. Hence, It Is the height of folly t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 19 April 1906

jr. t] fers ,-v IpfW j J ' /- <£ Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Unlen Password Established 1903. Vol XXVI. No. 17 Dallas. Texas, Thursday, April 1906 Louisiana executive committee meet at Shreveport on April 24. will Stoddard County Union was organ - lied &t Advance, Ho., on April 17tb. Next. State President Holmes will speak £t Many, La., Sabine Parish, on April 26- 27, and at Good Hope, Vernon Parish, on May 1. Secretary Shaw says that he never saw the United States so free from graft as now. Better see an occulist, Mr. Secretary! Tou are stone blind already. The Georgiq. State Union will meet In Atlanta qti Friday, April 27; and preparation's are being made for a big meeting. The Magazine, Ark., Gazette reports that Logan Conuty has 69 local unions with an aggregate membership of 1524. Good for Logan county. The big Twenty-fifth District Union, I. T., also Townson County Union. I. T., by unanimous vote request - the resignation of National Committeeman Campbell...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 19 April 1906

SOUTHERN MKKCURY AND FAKMKB8 UNIOJT PASSWOB& E. G. SENTER IN THE RACE Announces His Candidacy for State Senator. Copies of the following' letter written to John E. Davis, editor of the Texas Meequiter, were furnished representa- tives of the local press Saturday. ♦ ♦ ♦ E. G. 8enler's Candidacy. Dallas, Texas, April 14, 1906. tfohn E. Davis, Esq., Mesqulte, Texas My Dear Mi*. Davis—The suggestion by you and other friends that I should become a candidate for the state sen- ate would not, flattering as it is, move me to depart from the course to which I hkve adhered for twenty years— during which I have taken a warm in- terest in political affairs without hold Ing or asking office—were I to consider only my personal inclinations. Hut if the Jaws and systems under which wo live are as important as we proclaim them to be, each man owes a duty to the general welfare to assist in the struggle for progress, wh'ch duty Is measured by the scope of his oppor- tunity. In becoming a candidat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 19 April 1906

BOUTHEBN MEBCUBT AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. HIS IMPULSES ARE CRIMINAL .'itaai&i*. ' i ( Strange Affliction of a Ran'Under Arrest in New York* New York, April 13.—Uncontrollable criminal Impulses which the victim wanted restrained, yesterday, led to court a voluntary prisoner, who told a strange story of a dual personality. "Qustav Gerber"—a fictitious name— is the prisoner, who believes a sort of aub-consclous. personality drives hiin to crime. But he hud to prove it. Few men have had such difficulty in getting Into jail. It was easier for Gerber to loot the flat of A. N. Carson at No. 312 East Thirty-second street. Tho robbery was committed last Wednes- day. Gerber said he sought arrest and made every effort to attract the at- tention of the police during another following the commission of robbery, finding that he could not be arrested, he went to police headquarters and de- manded to be locked up. He proved he had stolen a gold watch, a silver watch, a ring and a bracelet fr...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 19 April 1906

■ W'Jl'ffJPWl1, m wwt'- "•yyyriv. mm* WOUTHEHN MEHCURY AND FARMERS UKIOK PASBWOBOk ii ■ • i — United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. WMUT. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. PUBLISHED EVERY THUR80AY. Entered at the Dallas. Texas, postof- flce u mail matter of the second class. . Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. (corner Lamar. Gaston Building). Dal- las. Texas Changs of Address—Subscribers re questing a chance of address must give the OLD aa well as the NEW address. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all communications, and make all drafts, money orders, etc.. p^MM-TON pARK MANAGER. DALLAS TEXAS. Ws take pleasure In correcting any ■nd all errors—don't fall to give full particulars, dates, amounts, etc., when making a complaint. Write names plainly. This will reduce mistakes to the minimum. Our agents are re- quested to ask their Postmaster to in- form us of any copy not taken out. Secretaries will please write us for special terms to agents. SPECIAL OFFER. The importance to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 19 April 1906

***■' ' ' SOUTHERN MEBCUBT AND VABMBM UNION PASSWOSB i ? ' '•«£*: 8I0F ):v INNOCENT NEGROES WERE LYNCHED —J NOW CONCEDED THAT VICTIMS OF MISSOURI MOB WERE NOT- GUILTY. t p Presence of Soldiers in Springfield Produce a Strong Reaction Among the People Who Condemn the Work of the Nob. Lynchers to be Punished. Springfield, Mo., April 16.—Quiet pre- vailed here today and the Indications are that the race trouble Is over. The presence of troops had the effect of bringing: the people to a full realization of the situation. The last state militia company ordered here by Gov. Folk arrived early today and six companies now patrol the streets. With the first appearance of the sol- diers last evening there came a revul- sion of sentiment. Before midnight a decided reaction had set In and the people began to condemn the action of the mob that lynched the three negroes and burned their bodies. Today the feeling has gained strength, especially when it became thoroughly appreciated that Mabel Edmo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 19 April 1906

* ? *'< ?-*'•■'rt" ^ m' BOTTHEBN VERCUBT AND FARMERS IWION PASSWOBDl NEW COMERS FLOCKING IN Immigration to Louisiana Texas is Very Great. and Houston, Tex., April 14.—In the scramble that Is being made by the • south and southwest for the settlement p" of immigrants Louisiana and Texas are E* leading according to Harry M. Mayo, fcj. Secretary of the New Orleans Progress- ive union, who is spending the day in K; the city. So far as efforts go Louisiana has Texas bested, but results up to the pre- sent show honors about equully divided. Louisiana is getting ship loads of Ital- ian immigrants and Texas is getting Germans and others of the Tutonic race. Louisiana Is redoubling her ef- forts. She also wants the German set- tlers and she Is making perhaps the greatest effort to get Siandanavlans. "The immigration work in Louisiana Is being carried out by the Louisiana Immigration league. Every parish in the state is organized and all are work- ing under the league. We are going to get ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 19 April 1906

. ' JHE church was deserted and quietT The gl&d Easter service was o'er. And flower-decked chancel and altar Proclaimed that death's reign was no more. ! "V % % * ! • . . •. • • m "HELLO, dearest mamma, I love you!* Then listened, with tear glistening eye* And fancied she heard faint and distant Her mother's sweet voice in reply. "V i CHILD knelt beside a white lily. Her lips to the pure chalice pressed. "God's telephone." softly she murmured. "To heaven, where mamma's at rest. • -c • * • * * * •*. % , . 4; / ✓ \ . ' I?' t-4 IE ',5' A«. dear little girl, heav'n is near us, So near that the strong faith you hold May send through a lily a message Far up to the City of Gold! X" t>A«KU. V\vS nV •••• vvtJ . -V r .> ft c t The Present Status of an Ancient Industrial Feud HE settlement of the great an- thracite coal strike of 1902 was only a makeshift, a further post- ponement of the final accounting between the op- erators and those who make it possible for them to be such. Alth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 19 April 1906

SOUTHERN MERCUBY AMD TABMBB8 UBIOB PA88W0101 h- frlHHitiliH IliMHIIIIHIHHIIIIIHIIHIHIIIHI, Latest Revolution In the State of Texas An Article by J. C. McNeslua in the Wsekly Implement Journal. W I Ona year ago-^Aprll 1906—President Theodora Roosevelt, In a speech In this fity, made the declaration: "Texas la the Garden of the Lord; and Dallas Is . to the center of the garden." The ' strenuous chief executive of the affairs of the American Republic was fully a , quarter of a century behind time on thla discovery and announcement. The Man with the hoe and the seller of agricultural Implements had beat him to the proposition by fully that much margin. President Roosevelt could well afford, when he quits official Washing- ton. to revise "The Winning of The West" and give an Illuminated chapter to the modern Agrlcola's conquest of Texas. It would be difficult to contribute to the Journal's "Story of the States," to a necessarily brief and hurriedly- prepared statement, a proper tribute t...

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