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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 March 1915

m .. m State Office Notes. KEY. State Sec. Hallettsville. Texas. L jc<Us Organized. following locals have been the part week, moat ol large and growing BBaj I WJHI .^7r_ No. 2222, reorgan- and chartered , by County J. T. Kay. Local sec iaB.ll. Markwith. , 8. H., 2223, Coleman N. L. McBride, Sec. Grove, No. 2224, D. C. secretary, Navarro coon- i organised by Rev. W. D. Far- local. No. 36, reorganised _ Stanley J. (Mark, 25 members start with. F. Levins, 1924 Kim eet, secretary. Dallas county i district which had fallen be- id with reports, will shortly be >rganised. Bellmena, No.2225, Milam eoun- , organized by J. L. Bright, 20 imberg to begin with, 10 more y ning. Whisper it not in El Paso or I k it not on the streets of Ana- i i, thai broken-down lawyers, nkertons, or Bonis detectives in zas or anywhere else can for an itant interfere with the progress the rank-and-file ruled Social- movement of Texas. If you n't believe ash Comrade Lan- raieck at Chicago who receives r check...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 March 1915

ib flA id h r \m ? n p i "JO \li L !i A I f* r r> h 1 lu u I I tJ r j" jj n 1 h 9 h A.. llpi .■ v: -r; _ - . . - am V;^r ~r 1''' ■ :'-;* . ■ r* m: * '■ ffp:' IS w- OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT. (By II. Grady Milner, McAlcster, Oklahoma.) When a man wants to thorough ly pnt himaelf ikrntt and oat there it no quicker way to do it than to begin a fight on Socialism. The reason is obvious. Ninety five per cent, of the people are Socialists at heart, and there being but one ans- wer to Socialism — misrepresenta- tion — the man who is fighting it ig treading on their toes. Veatch's Bemonstrator suffered the usual ing race is a wilderness thousands of year* ago sad again conspicuously in the tenet* of ancient Greek tod Koto «n philosophy. But; rapj^Mtng it were socIalSm and~ supposing — which we under stand to be true, the socialist* -of Tex •a are advocating and claiming it, if not true democracy after all nothing lean than the beat of all other econom ice advanced f And does not true de- mocra...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 April 1915

'# -.'aS' 4\ . v""": ■ .'S-.' ■•&&■■■' / ::■■•■■v.-y THE REBEL m TA.HICKHY, Editor end Owner t 50c p«r year; club* of four or more (40 weeks) 25c If this Number is opposite ^ , your name your suhserip ljj'f tion expires next issue ...... ,.J«i m \ HIM la Clubs of (our or more - 40 weeks, 25c each. p®i® tllAT mail QXEAT to 0> OVXiT IBOAOSB i OX OCT* OKU - UR OS AX1SB BaUwd m Mcoad-«lsm natter July 1, mi, *t tht pontoffiM it HaDstts- *111®, Tn, udn act at Mar. 3, 1179. f . HALLKTT8V1LLK, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 3 1915 No, 193 VJ. 'idx* >... . ■ > p V; ; m The United States Com mission on Industrial Relations with j 'Frank P. Wal^h, of Kansas City, Mo., as chairman, convened at 10 ! l- t a, m., Tuesday, March 16, in the Chamber of Commerce, at Dallas, . Texas Only three of the seven members of the commission were pre- sent at the hearings, namely Chairman Walsh, Mrs. J. Borden Har- riman. of New York, and John B. Lennon, of Bloomingtown, 111. The field agent in charge o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 April 1915

m m % vmtt. ;;,' m Hi mam ! 7ft, m Me-. wmmm mmmt J. '•• m$r. < / v" i S j i/fe s£ xgf' ►*-y* fc:v.- &s^.S;v, IKi ■ w If pPVpHPP^raE^pMMpiMI 4:®.; \ •'...;. iK^ • * <® 0 f b r 1° \* lit! ,;f I* a cv r jo ' 1 r \< h h r I* hi It V 1.1 Jj r h ! i h r M T(i two bods apiece in them. My sewing machine is in one; I lew all ray j clothes. I never bought a ready-made drew in my life. In Arkansas I made aB the clothes my husband wore too." A barefooted child climbed to ita mother* side on tiie stand. "Don't you ever have shoes for the children in the winter?" queried Ifra Hantaan. .. _r- • "Up to thi« winter and last we did. Not since." "Ave tfcd*-«]oth<M they have on their best!" "TeB/iiU'im. Do you think I would bring these children to Dallas in anrthiiif tat their best?" - - , "How long did you rest sftcr the children were bornt" "If I eould get up at all, I would get up. I never stayed in bed more than nine days." This testimony reveals in u flash the desperate situation ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 April 1915

' ' ' ':* ip ' '• M- '■ ■ ■■' as* ■..■■■ . r-.. il ■ r::::-. 7 " : , , ■■■ ' " ■ '*'< ''£ -'M % . "^PP" •.W-M&m < im,. | V>i.,v'iii ' f-*!S ;-«"T '.w.t" ■■> - ' , 'A pwtty deep-seated one." doing anything to imtov , * id : -v.!". workf •.• H Imvea mother* in the field* with babies two old. Sometimes the mother ikos ft bed of cotton for the child >1 earea Idr it all day iu the [ids, when it ia under a month Harriinan aaked Dr. Thur- [in if he was a "Socialist preach because he believed that So- JLlism was the remedy for the ev be described. I "I am," the witness rejoined. Old organisms do not fit into the environments. Society evol- i; we arc forced to readjust." What is your definition of So- blismf" asked Mm. Harriman, Briefly, I would say, the eol- ?tive ownership or management v rhe peeple of all things upon 'bich they must depend for a liv- >g." L. H. HANEYt savings for 1913 to 1914 was $130 j problem; that renter* were im- per day per family. provident, ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 April 1915

WM -P^npp .... ... '"■ ?• •:s •' ' 5!? 0®SaUh^ ■: i&sa:-;;: Ml rU : X#; ■" • State Office Notes. i A NSW DISTRICT SECRET- ■ ■ r'-~ t?w w* I jiArr T. A. HICKEY, State Sec. Hallettaville, Texas. i / ' s?a? pi A'V CAM I'VE ST SPEAKERS. ITALIAN ORGANIZER. " K ■ li I I h I '♦.; r li ' Y if rt. Comrade W. J. Loo u open for encampment dates for the rammer and can be secured for regular •poalung dates by writing him di rcct at Fort Worth, Texas. He should be kept busy as he is an effective worker. Comrade Dora Merts, who rend- ered such splendid service at en- campments last summer, is avail- able again this season. She is How working in North Texaa. Write her for terms and dates at ox 1236, Dallas, Tex. Comrade Clarence Nugent has "greed to fill a limited number of • ncainpment dates this summer. We all know Clarence. Write him at Stephenville, Tex. • • • J. D. Chambers, Ezzeli, writes; ""Comrade J. W. Brioe, Jr., of Merkel, spoke at this place on March 28, to a large crowd. He explain...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 April 1915

mmms ' r--\ 'mt wHm ' >•: •/%:, *^'r^ wmm TJLHICJKKY, Editor and Owner 80s p«r ysar; ehibs of four (40 nseka) If this Number to opposite ^Q. your Dane your sobserip- 199 tion expires next issut fc m I ] BALLETT8VJLLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY. ilWi H ft] I ftlj ,! E«@ , called As m your E. 0. mum. What it your 1 became *n eduoator of the *^r- Jolna who took charge individually. Now then, we might argue there wu •up people, and thai i* the worst The renter* had lived there for a number son* valuable service furnished for net- kind of a job I ever struek. I became in- °t y®41* n**der another man, and were ve* ling that bale of eotton for thia man; but in a newspaper, aud finally furn- ry well satisfied; had a nice sehoolhouse 1 know this from personal experience: A the means to acquis itj and then and ehureh and looked upon the plaee as cotton buyer in Hallettaville, one Mr. 8. along txying to pay the debt home. %. G. Tarkington, was buying for years for Then without notice there came a the...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 April 1915

I mm, adjauent to Shiner, A n ■ '! h ; \j H '• 1 H' that great area off the mar- ket, land would not have an Artificial value, inasmuch aa the' population is not aearly in proportion to the land area. Some try to make the impression that because of our inoreaae in population, the ▼aim of land rose, which la not the truth. It did not rfee because of that, but simply because it was held off the market, and artificially boosted. There is another reason for this climb- ing of land prices, and that is what the gentleman who testified before me spoke of, namely the colonisation schemes of companies that sell lands almost valueless to ptople in the cities, who want invest- ments, bat who do not want to go there, and if they did they could not live there when they went. We have something of that kin(j in my county in the lower end where the land is poor, that I cannot see V much more use for it than just to hold the earth together. They absolutely sell that land in five and ten acre tracts ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 April 1915

•.. Sermon. " life uai A March 28th, 1915 Subject: The Class Struggle. Te*t: Tkf Bible," Kile, to Kiver'' JSvery society that man has for- med since the beginning of time *M been baaed on the claw strug- 4f*e- P trician and plebe, Lord *nd serf, freeman and «Uve; aP ways oppressor and oppressed. The Bible teaches, "Kiver to Ki- ver", that this class struggle must eeaae if we would 1* "pleasing to the Lord." The socialist teaches this; the average preacher and priest, fails to preach it. The so- cialist knows that it can be elimin- ated only by the class-conscious workers; the average priest, or preacher, like his prototype the lawyer, does not. Many times their lack of sight is through utter inability, by reason of their "eco- nomic-determinism." Prov. 23 7. Is. 44:20. JJech. 7:9-12. Mat. 6:24. Lu. 10:25-37; 11:46; 12:34. 1 Cor. 6:1-8; 13:2-3. Inasmuch as none of you have, as requested, sent in any quota- tions showing me where to find a kindly word in the scriptures for the rich ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 April 1915

* ; ' ■ v; p ptspfspi mmk • '■ ■. rm \mmafmia restSffiSslOB ■'<: State Office Notes. ' /■ * " T. A. HICKEY, State Sec. Ilallettsville, Texaa. J I ro THE DXWITT. Wi-\ New Locah Tkit Week. Gregg county has always been considered a hard county for the agitator, bat a second local was or- ganized there with Miss lone Ver- non a« secretary. Rock Springs is the name of the local. Another new territory is broken into by F. M. Hamilton when he organizes a local at Midway, Ma- diaan county, wth Mrs. M. 0. Blanton, secretary. In Cameron county, where So- cialism is also new, fj. N. Moyers is secretary of « ">ce new local at Harlingen. But the best news this week is that the hardest spot in Texas to break into for a Socialist local and the easiest to break into if you haven't got any money, has been organized. We refer to Hunts- ville, the town with the pen. E. E. Harding is secretary. This is the first time ever that place was or- ganized. • • • Montague County. The Socialists of Montag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 April 1915

rmm pp* * f - - •" ■ y t8&m* 'isgfasj ®*'■•• ■ni " ^ :■> .•■■■ 'v$E v'.V>V ■ f "j. *?%• "rr I -Y " t~ m IHl^K" ■■ ■ fltikJ!#,w w-i im ,.,..^r,..AHIi||RHpip[ ': .■ id "■>'■' : ,';>•' 1 "'•+■■ "' ■-:. -v"''■ % V',. .£! ' ' ' ' H ,- ' ''.JjCT1.!.1'-r-*3** - ■— ■ ■ s THE REBEL - S#c T.A.HICKEl, Editor snd Own*r 50c p®r year; cinbs of four or more (40 week* ' 26<j. If tlAs Number u opposite your narm> your mW rit tiou expire* nn*. itsut T*$? M"W K • Id am of tow or moro - 40 weeks, 25c each. — KNEES — LET ARISE. J«iy i Hdhtto- lbr. I, *01 BALLETT8VILLS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, Al'Hlh NO. 195 -V'. WmJSM Ml ^ ■ m'ww %- If the land hearing of the Indudtwl MdPions i om mission held in Dallas last month did nothing die but draw the fire of the Dallas m! Galve*ton News and thus make it possiWe for the names of ten- ents in Texas to tea the down hoof of Ifceae molded .sheets, He work was not ia vain. In another column la published a reply to a ool- amn^and-half editorial from The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 April 1915

Come* that distinguished pro " landlord,whiskey bibber and law- yer, M. M. Brooks of Dallas and lueited on the witness stand at the Federal Land Hearing what he be- lie veg in his disordered mind is the cause of tenantry and it* ac* companying evils. It is nothing more nor less than — "SHIFT- LESSNESS." With characteristic modesty This Donk declared that he could go out into a sparsely settled por- tion of the nt'iK and even black his face and pay out a homo. Judging by hi testimony be- fore he got to his prospective home a Donk policeman would put bra- ckets on hi in, for verily he would not have sense nough to dodge one. There i« no record that the Babbling Brook over paid out a home. The only reason he has one now i* because of his genius in sel- ecting a father. • • • But anyhow 1 want to talk ab- out something besides the senile utterance! of Brooks. 1 do want to talk about "this question of ''shiftlessness" that the intellect- ual light-o'-love called the Gal.- Dal. News expat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 April 1915

> i k , * • ••■"•. ). i l/r *m ,v^ -■<>' I-■ — * ■ ._ ■ - --™Jf ■ - : ■ • :^-r~x"■&:.:■ :■.. i . •- -'■ '-'- ' - :„■ -=■ .'■>*r:^"•-; .■'■7'-r.->"-«\:.-\- ._ _ -■. .- - - "*nr-" ; ' ' x*1 ■>' • ■, ■■ ■ ••.. -y ■ •;•'>' . : '•' Y SANIAL ^ . V . ••• 'yi ft[wijlipPPiPWWpiPWPPP^iiP^ M WRITE THE HISTORY? .1 / M of New. York, ice to the American jvement dates back to w in his oW age, as as when his Gallic hot through his the day when he joined ational fifty years ago. mat) is nearly Wind, and form is somewhat bow- the weight of eighty >ut his friends who-love his magnificent efforts cause of Socialism, are it that he will be shelt- )ra the capitalist wolves un- out A letter received Rebel office this week from who does not wish his \known offers to subscribe eards a fund for the pur- enabling Comrade Sanial a history of the Socialist ent of America, a work sadly needed now. There sn one or two blundering |ta made to do tN^vrry work, but un fort unate- rriters l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 April 1915

■w mw ' f"W -...I- •• «-•• *9tt •* • *?£W j(> ^ « 3: iPRPOTPBr^r.'- • •• . ••-'< • *r™ V"k*":X5?i <M \t<f S w i#r>1 ■ 1 ' I -•« . ' •". VTv mf rSt.i PWS? ■ PV Sfwi^ ■f ' i !■; J H 1 ! 1 1« ]• < n I i d t I < 4 r 0 1 I '' r I u 1i -ft *1 "I, a tl n a c £ s \ 4 t a H v f 8 I a f ( I \ «r \ 1 r 1 * 1 ( e 1 I l i P <t IH - Bffe,: I-"' tv, wr &.■ mm ¥ IP#- <•:. J ■ -■■: «P -r^r :Sr" M ■Mi IN mmm " 'JJi-lLilll State Office Notes. T. A. HICKEY, State Sec. Hallettsville, Texaa. Montague County. Socialists of Montague county, whether duespaying members or not, don't forget the mass meet- ing at Montague on May 3. H. L. Cook, Chairman. • • • B. B. Driver write* "Am ar- ranging for a Clark date. He and State Secretary T. A. Hickey arc going to help me start something here, ag the crop is ripe for the harvest in thi* .part of Denton county. * • • • Plant Cotton Patches. C. G. Cowan, secretary local Pear Valley writes: "A few of us met last night and decided oh a t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 April 1915

• w ' ' ' ' ■ r - ;i-.7 1. j ' I! 3 , M; * THE REBEL - 50o a year. • In Gobs of tour or more - 41 weeks, 25c each. V Eatersd M Meond-elua gutttr July 1, 1911, It th« poatoffie« at Hallctta the oreat actm amr to db oklt beokvk wi u, « m ikeeb - let ub bb.be. T.A.HICKEY, Editor and Own r 50c p©r year; clubs of four or more (40 weeks) 2Sc. If thia Number i* opposite ^ A_ your name your tubicrlp 15)7 tion expires next iwra® No. 166 WITHIN THE COTTON DIVISION. V H J / H JpcJ f / rani Iciall raitfl thl 'lib' hiv lcin- titu'1 yoiil nrehti nifn'1 ^hirtv sepa/] ) We I iday 8001 a l! 'oTerty in han.l her, 50< of Fret * IV ath, 2.V ev ord'v i, Lanr The Rebel in glad to learn that cottou went to ten cents in Houston last .Saturday, and thus ap- proaches the cost of production. The liebel is sorry to say that the actual fanner who raised the cottou will receive little if any benefit from the increase in price. The speculator and spinner and skinner who, like the lily, spins not, will be the b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 April 1915

'0&i ■' . .. - . > !g®{Ipg|3gf E§g«* -v*- fT. * - •• •■'. t- WmzLr^ f^-vr: ■v ^rrf.vPr•*:■>■ & -wv fe^'SvV^: v \ ' -\. V; ; TO-7-.. "j-.- ' WWrW^. : -V- flSV- v. ? •;• : wV "'• How The Flutes .,m •V -,- .; i- (I Hi ti ,. . -\J 11 ►0 % J ^Ki 44- ; [ i t i i,« ia I i' n H ' I * * I I" ' t j ( I t - ?! i t ;; t t 1 - < \ i * tr< .. _. u.,.. w..<.tu l ther c a ill f over the r<ml in the tender. A sheaf otc letters ha* reach Heeing more of tli« munleroun •«• our office inquiring as to the au- thenticity «f a story wc published in which it ift related that an ex- A ssociat cd Press correspondent,be- came. editor of ft Turkish paper and informed his readers that the war was practically over, the Kai- ser had captured France and Eng- land, "his lslamie majesty,' Km- ecror William, was bringing his harem to (bnntantinople and that the English king had w'nt }wo thousand asses laden with gold to the Kaiser. We replied to tour correspon cate their work that brought on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 April 1915

1 i State Office Notes. T. A. UICKEY. State Sec. Hallettsville, Texas. ESCAMPMEST iSEAS- ON. i promises to be the most uc- isruJ year that the Socialist par- of Texas has ever seen,, parti- ty in Encampment work, year there were sixty-five cn- nments in Texas, and every in tion points to 100 this year. Where formerly the state office 'm to strain itself to secure speak- this year the bent talent in the Movement has turned its attention Texaa. in view of the fact thai [t xiw and Oklahoma Socialist mo omenta are twins and have de- I'loped the largest percentage in ST AT & SOTES. Going Some. The Texas membership Is going up now that the inclement weather is over. During the first twenty days of April, we have ordered dues stamp8 from the national office to the total amount $100, which already breaks the record for the two previous months, and, besides, then1 have' been organized fifteen new locals in that space of time.—— —: — That's right comrades. Get be- hind this movement one a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 April 1915

A Soiled Cavalier of the South. ■ ffii ■ 1 'U j *£J j fl i1 * * * if' i '! I \ I I I I I . I mi i i; I i It Ima always happened, oven since the days when (foesar thundered in the Roman senate, that in 'hp I "ill of debate, whenever a fundamental question Ik up for discuaaiou, the forum become* the" crucible in which men'« minis and mimlM are analyzed. Often the giant shrivels, and the seeming dwarf reaches man's aUture. The David* overthrow the Ooliallm and the land of hiatory marks the defender* of Old mid New aa they take the right or wrong ride of the question and the right aide ia alwaya the human side, the side on whieh King Demon ainilca. . Such a debate occurred a few wee kg ago in th* thirty-fourth legislature of Te*aa. The subject waa the great question of whether the womanhood of our ktat« should be grunted the ballot an,| no clothed with the protection that goes with full citizenship. Out of the Austin crucible there has emerged the smallest, cheapest thing in this atate ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 May 1915

THE REBEL - Mc a year. In Dobs ol lour or more - 40 weeks, 25c each. THE O&BAT APPEAR GREAT TO US OKLY BECAUSE WE ARE ON OUR KNEES — LET US ARISE. T.A.HICKBY, Bditor and Owner 50c p«r year; eluhe of four or more (40 weeks) Sfe. If tfrie Namber is opposite - ~ ~ your name your tubecrip- l"o tion expiree next i*ra« / Entered aa second-class Batter July 1, 1911, at tke postoffice at HaUetts- ▼11k, Tnnder act of Mar. 3, 1879. HALLETT8VILLE, TEXAS, SA TURDA Y, MA Y 1. 1913. No. 197 VIEW OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY Another Rebel Photo - Play. PROLOGUE. in what follows I must apologise to the readers of The Rebel for the oft-repeated use of the personal pronoun. 1 The reason will be obvious when you read the story and remember that this i8 the first time that a Socialist paper of large general circulation has ever told the abctflute naked truth of conditions as they exist in the Socialist party. Conditions have become intolerable in the Socia- list party. Every day of every month of every y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 May 1915

mw 1H I •I "5 *1 V) \ n t III 1 ! v ? i) J8 C I f 1 M v ) V u i « \ f t ( i ii ii .. < J : il .f I- >'! to look at a magnificent ppecimen of German manhood, who towered over nix feel io height and who with 40 other mem- hers of the G«nuan bricklayer'• Union had com* to the Bowery meeting and from thence to the N. E. C. heudquart ere. Ma w* standing, dated, in ths center of the floor. In l ie right hand wu a club in the form of ft leg Urn from ft table, hit left arm was broken at hia sidto and hi* noae waa omaelied to a bloody palp and, while the blood poured over hia (treat red be«rd, ho groaned: "Nennt ihr diea Bolldftritftetf" (la <hi* what you call tolidarityf) • • • t Then the captain, after restoring order, accepted a cigar from DeLeon and retired with hit men. And peace reigned in the VoUuaeitnng building, but not in the Socialist move- ment of America. There win n belaped supper at which the defenders fttt n midnight lunch and Vt>gt, ftlways on the job, aaw to it ...

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