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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 October 1913

v%; m is&azi. V4' reported -23,645 week..... .512 but week. .406 MW <o. subs ain for tte :we*— Total Now attkaerib«n this date mhhhi if 107 bsp& i J ii sssr 7 5 . JHHHH __ :—J[ fff£ GflfUT 4PP«A2* GREAT TO V8 ONLY BBCAVBE WM M Meoad-rlMa matter inly 1, •„y.: r '' ' V . ■. aoc h* rr; class «t«<« «nk>) m* ' v/. " Ls v'"!<v • • • .. . •' If this No. is opposite your name | A < your subscription expires next issue-* * 1 /?£ OAT 0I7« KNBB8— LET VB ARISE. 1911, at the pottoffiee at Hsttstts- ▼IIU, t«-. «**« •< Ms*. B> 1MV. HALLETT8VILLB, i#; 8ATVRDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1918. \ uo I Prom the first issue of The ebel we hate pursued a consis- tent eourserinrthe^ matter of pro- hibition, both statewide and na- tional When we flayed the pros for their hypociisy and demon grated that the prohibition move- aent in "the Democratic party t-as a fake and was only used as ■a cloak for the great landlords |and capitalists to debauch the state and gain their ends while the ple w...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 October 1913

REwPPIHIP Jpw ^rr~ *v':-' IP #9 gram Answered . CAJPTAIH (Continued :V at r1 T. It? ;. , m-v I. II / X li Br , , \:^'M Now that The Rebel'* fond notation lias secured statewide prom- inence a* in evidenced by the interest of the great capitalist dwueaof the state in our struggle for th$,landless, we ar« receiving each week questions of vital importance as to the full details, meaning and ef- fect of the proposed land amendment. Frpm now on in each issue of the Rebel we shall answer to the best of our ability all questions relating to this great issue. Question, by Pattern McCord, Yoakum, Texas: "What is the area in acres of Texas and the other great cotton states that bound our line, and how many of these acres are in cultivation!" Answer:—The amount of acres in Texas according to the census of 1910 is 170,173,440, and the number of acres in cultivation ^cord- ing to the same report is 27,360,000, or in other words WE CULTI- VATE ABOUT SIXTEEN ACRES OUT OP EVERT HUNDRED. In Oklahoma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 October 1913

PIxjWi. .1TO1 \ ■ I'M - SOCIALIST PABTT OCTOBER ft, 19U, ■1**v wiliP4i ? m. fH clal (or the Rebel and Rebels. mm mm ffce following referendum .is h ieing #d upon by the membership and all signs point h it being <Prr*fd overwhelmingly if not unanimously. . ^ RESOLVED, that a delegated state convention of the Socialist oartv of Texas be held in Waco undertbe Mb^n'g^eaX^ 10'10 *IU'' f°r tlle PurPose of arranging for the coming campaign) *'l. '^pa to make the Socialist party's state and national position on Land the dominant issue of the 1914 campaign. . ■ , '■ ^ - '• 4-K a L 2 Jo discusa ways and means whereby the Socialist party'a national farmer's'program can be pest brought to the attention of the 130,000 small farm owners and the quarter of a million laud to mints in Texas, and draft a state platfrm for 1914, to be submitted to the membership for seconds in the regular way. ... , Lotur, La., Oct 10, 1913., receive them. Now if you all put Rebel:— ' your shoulders to the wheel it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 October 1913

t:c memmi iw f [pH *♦ : ' J. Ipffff'Y;;:lis5'v£'r> SP® I * m m ■•■■ life 'A , 1 * fit iw-v l- if'' | i ft' PI M In tbe HalletUville, Tnu. Find enelooed stamps for L*nd Peti tion. I will do all that is in my power to get it signed. 1 am with job all. Your* truly, . W. H. MilUcan. HB'LL BAKE THE^COUNTY. Franklin County, Oct, It, 1W3. Mr, T. A. Hiceky, * Hallettaville, Tc^caa. Dear Sir:— Plese send me a petition. I want to rake FrairaliB County for the Renter'* Union. Yours respectfully, J. M. Black. HE WAKT8 RENTER'8 UNION. Wharton Count/, Tex., Oct, IS, 1013. Mr. E. 0. Meitseu, Hallettaville, Texas. Dear Sir:— Pleaae send me information in re. gards to tbe Renter'a Union of Amer- ica, a* I am getting up a petition here and i ant not well enough poated to answer all the questions that 1 am aaked. Yonr*, ■ J. 0. Hooten >W • « TEN TO ONE IN FAVOR. Jones County, Tex., Oct. 16, 1913. Mr. R 0. Meitzen, Hallettaville, Texaa. Dear Comrade:— 1 want to give you my ideas on my petition. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 November 1913

gfHp Ssjgp, ,3 i. •- 'V Vi±- mm sassm! " ■ ■'.<.' &S; . v ' • * * i retorted J®,750 Hofnew snba last week .„ 322 No. subs expiring last week. .405 Loss for the week - JBKE&s&r**. ■ • ■>*•.: « k ----' „ ■'—. IBSpEv- .. ■ • *• m' i'- t ■ \* w ■ '" * 't ** • *->'• ' •*• -•?' >-'•' :'•''' '■■ V:*- ' /r.- . 1M -a • . I- K "" S&ljM ^p-asiB? T0ui No. ■nbseribers this date 23 .607 ■^g v ^:4 ■ - 'vwy (MTUT BECAUS. Entered U second clasa matter Jaly 1, 1911, at the postofflee at JRa9«tta- ▼Ilk, Tex., under Mt of list. I, lit* jjjjaSa :r.••.'•'.'-••• - wmrnmmmmmf T. A. H10Kt<T, Mttor aai ■'. I ' '■ ( • -••:•/, 4J*v '1 ■ 60c per yr; ctaba of « («0 ftg Off OPft Jt 1*8— Lir V8 ARISE. HALLETTSVILLE, TEXA8, SATURDAY,# MEMBER 1, 1913 ..' B9s Be ' •./. *■ It is a happy cheerful tale of progress that we have to tell this week. The Land Petition continues to grow in power and size and in- fluence. y Lait week we published an al- whieh showed Xhat the number of 'phabetical...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 November 1913

jT i M?3 w$m KajSpPH zJm" fferfenT The slanderers of J. A. Wayland wt> being Jmmg^ to jttrtioey -- Renter's Union, and then P iS i s > i '#■ M , ■ m f p U , ¥ - I f'; . i - - Representative Veatch, editor of tiie Oklahoma Remonatrator and representative from -Johnson coun- ty, Okia., published, short ly after the death of ourbeloyad comrade, « vicious dander in which the man wa assailed before the clods eessed dropping on the breast plate of the easket. .r. A. Wayland s daughter, Edith, sued the scoundrel o that the memory of her beloved father might remain untarnished. The cane was apt for trial at Oklahoma City for the 8th of this month, and when called poor little Veatch mild not be found, and the court gave judgment for Wayland's (ihitdren in th<i sum of $5,000 as the following copy of the judgment will show: DECISION VINDICATING WAY- LAND. •w StRte of Okiafioma, Oklahqma County—as. IN THE ]>I8TB1CT IN AND FOB SAID COUNTY AND 8TATJS. Jon 0. Wayland, Walter H. War- la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 November 1913

m'y JSl 'mm* ; m %W.1 k& •r «... "vJ's" . ■*•> -« •., Sfe1 RSjlKre - fl< ?•*??.:: PABTY ' — 8R Mais IBXAa, OCTOBER «; liu. V,JKHii.Ti+_.i. ... ^ • ;r£/ i _ ' Referendum. ," ' Ve. Sinclair, City.) referendum.is rfiw being vot«d upon by the membership and all signs point to it ngly if not unanimously. _ , " ■ ffifigi WrtjKi,,; jfajliUBCfflB imKMSW BESOLVED, that a deleg .«l tate convention of the .Socialist party it T«ia be held in Waco. aafg&ffff*10' '9l3'10 ffi ' ?«. -*ffi (B. o. Meitiea, Secretary.) In proportion a* the bourgeoisie, J The election of head officers for i. e., capital, ia developed, in the jthe ensuing year is now in progress •W x*cai« for tiM Wsek. Isamo Pr0P0rt 011' tlie proletariat, Tickets for each member hare been nv. in Uarvin rounif, « mem- t,w modern working-claae, devel- *$t to all Ibeala and raembem-aV iWW^A. L. (Urhw, Lindsay, Secretary, oped, « elafta of laborers, who live Should any fail to arrive Star i-o, ai i,, Marshall county, re Ionly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 November 1913

IH ■Hmki t-A BJsbses §- m m Doer Rebels--^.. i '. f suggest November 1st and Nor* ember 8th « "Rebel Day*". Ev- erybody to the wheel and send in a «lob of 4 thereby quadrupling twke the circulation at two strokes. ~—Willi work of The Rebel on the Land Question and Socialism, I am, Fraternally yottrs, J. W Guthrie. •e above is one of a number of StMam that The Rebel haa recently received on the very important question of increasing our circul- lation. It commends itself to us as " a sensible, practicable method whereby our circulation can speed- ily reach the 100,000 mark. Men g i V. .j. m if II them. Now if you all pat your shoulders to % wheel it will be easily possible to send the Reb- el subscription figures to the point where it will strike terror to the hearts of the enemies of human li- Hpwxalt the tpula of thoae who battle for the home, the family and righteous- ness, on this earth. REMEMBER THE DATE FOR REBEL SUB DAY, IT 18 SATURDAYS, NOVEMBER let AND NOVEMBER 8th. LET US SE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 November 1913

&SMBS. . « <*?• v. '•-.> -- ■—•' ■ \ — i 11 1 ' i ?.a —, i iijpg,. - Total sobs p*^fewly reported 23,607 No new robe leet week 407 £i;y;ii££& •'«• '■%r•* •'? t^- 41 ' ; ' ■ - ■• .. :". - . ' ■'. '■ ~ V'~ ; ; ' ' "• v * nt0. subs expiring last week-401 Gain 6 Totn No. subscribers this date - 23,613 •"•K— st the postoffio® St Tex., under act of Mar. I> 1ST9. fW&T PS * ■■■■'.---''■ ; •" - ■•—«:■,r ■■• ■ ■■-' - ' i - *■ ..•>v£< • -, - .<; rr^r.SVv^.^lLr3~fe.. T. A. HICKLY ■-• ,s«a •. •. ..jm 50c per yt; elate of 4 (40 jssaB If this No. is opposite your nsrae j ^ ^ your subscription expires next issue Ste^PwS^® , - r/7£ APPEAR QRMAT JO CS OATiy BECAUSE WE A RE ON OUR KNEE8— LET US ARISE. second-claa. matter Jahr 1. 1 BAILSTTSVILLEr mSABf SAWRDA Y, NOVEMBER 8, 1913/ No. 122 T DAY AT WACO -^ggg m Union will A Word to Ye Every indication points to the greatest gathering of the-Sooialist dans that has ever occurred in Texas, on the 7th, 8th and 9th ot' this ,L i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 November 1913

iiiip s - -' $Stei8 89 mmsSm r..' X1CO. ?'V' B 6'#;: ill , r m -ft f'K!- ■ - ' [The Kebel is pleased to print the following contribution m it in Uw main the moat searching, inside review of the Mexican situation we have ever read.—Ed.) The chaotic aoarehy io Mexico, is due to American capitalists and Catholic influence. W« b«*« heretofore reviewed theMexicaa situation, but the Plot (ai rs in Mexico, was put out to sent to Japan been llMiff'. " t:_i" ' z:~ 'iv: —aam ^ The memory of most people ia fickle. None of im have inspired memories, thst will enable us to relate the true facta in detail 60 years after they have occurred with the sublime accuracy accorded to Bt. John. '■: The American mind must be ewwtaaUy refreshed, and facts need much repeating to create a lasting impression. Let us review a few pertinent facts connected with the recent history of Mexico, that the American Press is giving no public con- sideration, of critical comment ,T „ Porfirio Was, for 32 yews "Baled M«ic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 November 1913

ffjflm t ir w Sip Hi ^ J.' Bill HQ %. pps Wa s«sm ■1 P*gc one.) trv to itul n®i'AW''''l!'v ^ '"ft! :' • GOT TO HAVE A CHANGE. *«* • tkt. ar, uia. - TJ.. enclosed ly cents to Petitions und 1 win by Os^wnlwr, 1 know '6 in the right direction „ be t*aj to get 200,000 sign- ers for w H** got to hire a change. Youfs till freedom comes, Mrs. & R. Jones. . , . McCullough Co., Oct. 25, lliu. E. O. Meiteen, . . Halletfcmlle, Texas. Dear Si* and Friend:— Please find enclosed 5 ccnts in stamps for which plowe send mo at once one blank Land Petition to Mr. W, B. Wallace, Doole, Texas. hurry to got bus ' organise Beater He Is aU «. K. Please list Mr. J. Kenny, Brady, Tex., as a petition circulator. Yinj sent me one, alao The Bebel, and I circulated one and Mr. Kinney tho other. Beepeetfully, Chas. O. Cowan 1 THEY ARE ALL A8KINO NOW. Burke, Texas, October 2, ltlS. —, u„. *• Maitwn, *&&&?££sB^SKSJSr the movement. *P|. * write Information concern- Yours truly, **§ Bentera' Union and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 November 1913

s?5sPs^aS® • ■:-,;# Km IS n ®l ■ I .ill - ^<: :f:,ivW'-;'v'. > / IMHMI wfrnmrnm WrW* t®&> v>.> ■ p. ~:"m m- &$ 5f ''5.v SCHOOL LAND AT $2. ii§: ' I ;•. """ '"" (R. M. Sinclair, fee, ■ 'j& ®'- air.) Our land comi«rionert at '-A . *tw Locals for the Week. Ivankoe, Beaver eounty, I intmben; C. H. Oamj. Ivanhoe, Sod. mm Wi&w &*''■- jgP t HE- A ■ ■'. a.4- *. up 'iff" I Ft*. ta 1 tin have compiled and published a list containing many thousand of acres of ftchool and railroad land on the market rated at $1.50 and $5 per acre on 40 years time at 3 - - .Per cent interest. So there is no ui k "?f*' ***i, .. reason for 219,000 renters to rent -,''r y"r- W ~ <* > bow. Local Harrington get* back into the it will be their fault. I know a man th 8 member*, w, a. Franklin, who is homeless and when he saw ell,-Bee. |this large list of land he said: Local Berger in Roger Mill* eounty .<N pi. t h . Liking pays up batk dam flu the Uat quarter wow * " f®* a "°...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 November 1913

S3S3 B - > - :5'V^. • v\- '• .*5* - ' ,\t3f^p5 J! • •- J .1 ' - . • <•?#? * ^/2sL—s - J H "■■Saii' S?'1 jisWasfc 62 tw*1 subs previously reported 28,613 * \eyt cabs hurt week J—489 £a 9«b« expiringlast week -462 lain for &e "«* ~ — ~ Total No. mbicrften this date 23,675 • — u seeond-elasi" .-.-J . _:, ^ .WRJ. ,. mm- mm 'v ' &M. V TBE ORE AT APPEAR ORE AT TO V 8 ONLY BECAUSE WE ARE ON OUR KNEES— LET US ARISE. T. A. HIOXLT. Idtter Hi 60c per jrr; cHitoe of 4 (40 1 1) tM If thia No. ia opposite your your subscription expirts-aext «««* 124 1911, at the postofflos at Halletla- vllle, Tax., under act af Mar. I, 18T9. EALLETTSVILLE, Renters Union (E. 0. Meitf*a, Soeretary.) « rbe Kx^cutive Committee met it Falls eounty; [Houston county, A. met bor Jttau w Waco as per previous hiiuouueeiuent on Friday, November 7, L. tke PnrjK, 3 of auditing the books [{ tbe Wecretary.Trsasurer and count- I* the be "i* cast on the election of We officers for the ensuing yar. f The convention p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 November 1913

Hi Is* ' ' wpm ■n ^§Si •:\ *.jWi ■ '•{<' Wh® $■'¥ vl '-C-ii fTTcvrwm- ,,,jpi $vf** &&£.70f* "<<: '?■' ' W^gWWm ' IflM® '" I BBI^BaiKSWfcaggsaig8^f^v'=BipB %IPli '« "iPplili fe rr nama. jk (By Ray Stannard Baker in American Magazine for Novem- ber.) PA* | inre the health of hit workmen. A st«gg *ring proportion of the gal- lant frenchmen who went to Pana- ma now aleep on Monkey H1L Our own early efforts were likewise marred either by ravages of dis- eaife or by fear of disease. We have long heedlessly killed our workmen in industry (many times as many m fc- W b sr. I Pi • ; rl It usually happens, in the large affairs of Hfe as in the lesser ones, that the end to which we so ardent- ly set our efforts enriches us far •j-less than the means we take in " achieving it. We are now engaged as a nation in a colossal project at Panama and have set imaginative eyes upon the future of the new link bet ween the East knd the West; l^ut we may find that the great result of our la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 November 1913

. {* *• Bnuoft infonua us ' .Agency is still do- bat bis address is chang- " "to Paxtou. n asks a to state •peak in Collin county to the twelfth ot l\o- that tag ed fro® F. G. that he from y ember. I lie following' vote wait received by this office «B referendum b, li 13. Locals Yes No. uota WhittWW Sandia, V - Hamlin, :" Brownwood, term, Sherman, Comanche, L'arbondale, Lyra, JohuBtown, Starkweather, Forest, Newlin, Temple, youth Park, ) Kerens, Kamirena, Bush Creek, Tennessee Valley, Za valla, Tool, "" Kotan, -.--v 131 CampOf Corpus Cbristi, Santo, Wiimuie, Tyler, bouguew, Powers Chapel, Mustang, bee Creek, Brandenburg, Edgefield, Union 8. H., Bonham, Waco, .. .lUtUil, Carey, Olsncove, Eallettsville, Members At Large Curtis Omm L. J. Ruxnmel, Chas. A. Byrd, F. M. Roush, L. 0. Moore, E. A. Brenboltz, B. J. Elder, J. E. Hardie, Jos. McClure, Max B. Wilde, W. W. Wood,* Chas. B. Loftin, J. C. Aschenbeck, Total Yes 5 5 0 18 10 5 13 3 10 6 6 7 ' ti 8 4 5 5 8 5 7 27 7 ti 26 0 8 4 6 7 ti 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 November 1913

>m m ;.«t* PROLETARIANS - SOCIALISTS. St V J Ms* • ■: j'-;, ■■ •7 « \ ; - '# ah ■:eSi ?f& m i.: > r?r I i Kv ' n'f ;• !' f. i SkEBI## \ <'*'•■ # i In what relation do %fce So- cialists stand -to the proletai tana 4M & whole f '1 The Socialists do not form a separate party opposed to other working-class parties. ' They have no interests separate and apart from those of their own, by which to shape and mould the proletarian movement. The Socialists are distin- guished from the other working class parties by this only: 1. In the national struggles of the pro- letarians of th different countries, they point out and bring to the front the common interests of the entire proletariat independently of all nationality. 2. In the various stages of development .which the struggle of the working class against the bourgeoisie has to pass through, they always and every-; where represent the interests of the movement as a whole. The Socialists, therefore, are on the one hand, the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 November 1913

1^ ■ ■IM.W.I.h ■... IMMI. ■ ■ ■ ^,. ■■ ■ ■ 71117 p|5™y ^ • " ' . . ?; t ; . 47 ": is$3 |P^$L wssa \ ; * lbs previously reported 23,675 lbs last week 552 Mo. last week ,_..468 Gain ^or the week No. 84 iraiM —. Total No. subscribers this date 7 5 9 2 3 "a. 'i' " ■ V. i' ' ■'-•■'\ W/ y*i'",L;Z •' -V; r -•• ' ''rl T. A, HJCXtiT. BdMer Mi Ovmw f - =-*¥*'• • . 5 .. ... • / 60c P«T jpt: dobs of « (40 *sok>) Me V If this No. is opposite your name j AC your subscription expires next issue * + - THE ORE AT APPEAR QRKAT TO US ONLY BECAUSE WE A RE ON OtJR KNEES- Entered as second-da*# matter July 1, LET UB AR18E. ,. ,. ...v.V 1911. at the postoffiee at HaUetta- ville, Tex., under set of Mar. 8, 1879. HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1913. NO. 124 a- ■ REBEL'S COUP. in The Rebel has reached a sta-jje in been launched down in Dixie it* developniei.'* where it i.as :n> the land of cotton. ^me an imperative necessity to In considering our position as xpread out into every nook and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 November 1913

Bp RS' ?* / 4 ; -h , mm. ■■' ' ; f~' nro' ill t J m volution. (Written For Tkt ReM.) In a former article, the influ- ence of the Oatholic church upon Mexican politic* wa* trace*}. The Hand of Grtcd Nov Exposed. In order to understand the pol- icy of Preaident Wilaon, it will be neceeaary to show the interests of Americans in Mexico. The Son- orita Valley Land and Colonization Company, formerly a Texas cor- portation, whose president wa* ('ol. Walter Gresham. of (tolve*- ton, owned 1,650,000 acres of land in honors, fronting 93 miles on Arizona, 26.),000 acres, or more, Standard Oit The Standard oat when Wilaon adyiaed all Amer; Oil Company fomented a rerolu- icana to leave? Felix Dia* waa aa- Uon against Diaz, through the in- fluence of the Madero*, and fln- nanced their need* Madero over- threw Diaz and the Pearson oil conceaaion waa to have been the re- ward of the Standard Oil Com- pany but Lord Cowdray was not to be driven from the field, with- out a fight. Mexican peona and lab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 November 1913

That ossible. > W ■ : w" ■ ' ;3l " '• V-'V" :, • ■ ■: «1 . •; ' //||| r" -7—T-r ■u j. ii 'ii ,.i. i \sses^rnmmmammmmmmmmmmmimiilmlimmmtwaaBma^s=Bst 'i, n "mm and the cripple there may be am- f l« revenue systems, which ham-1 SOCIALIST STATE CONVSN- Wmo comrsde* for their hospitality. TION. y V:(" In the effect* upon the diatribu tiou of* of making land pri- vate pro >erty Wfi ma.v th is see an explanat •< of that paradox pre- sented b f modern progress The perplcii Mf phenomena of cK'pen- iug was . with increasing wealth. flf |abor(rendered more dependent and helftla* by the very introduc- tion of! labor-saving machinery, gre the inevitable result of natural laws as fixed and certain as the law of g>? vitation. Private prop- erty in lindliTThe primary cause of the \ monstrous inequalities which are devolping )in modern society. It is this, and not a y- miscalculation of nature in bring- ing into the world more mouths than she can feed, that gives rise to that tendency of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 November 1913

xi.!.'.-'' ■ ¥, ■ K3M spg ■ • •-- pgr ' gHli jf " Wmm$ •i::/-~V\:r->V V - ---- .' : " "•■ .. ,' ' ■ "' v'! *_!' r-; • v ■■' . ■ ■ - 'i - km^m mm m W$* mmm ?">V .-7 Is .-'J~' of Pa- (By Ray Stannard Bakar in American Magaiane for Novem- MLl: jfif~" 1 I" I' t 8 P' I if 1- Rfc renuu-kabW contrivaaea opal*, „,—-—^ w, . .. shovel era the methods employed, and, the nun Its in material JHwkff •• ' "W ? (Concluded.) Fourth: a Man to do Gfo&d Ws>rk Mutt Have the Right Attitude To- ward His Task. Having secured health, comfort- ablef living and recreation for the worker, as a necessary material basis,the most important (the spir- * itual factor in good work remains yet to be attained. Crude hunger and greed have so long been the chief incentives in driving human Mugs to. wage-earning that it seems impossible that any new in- centive should become an import- ant factor. But it has—at Pana- ma : it really exists. It is that " ir- resistible and irrepressible spirit of enthusiasm" w...

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