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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 May 1915

■ ••• •• ■; - • .• •' i ■ * ^ • -*•— committee* of New York to withdraw it, to ; that they were the first jitney because anyone could ob their eoat tail# when they west by. Then came the decision of the law firm to destroy the tralized policy of the Socialist party by INDIREC- and principally through control of th« national com- Jtt«, and the destruction of the referendum However, they were backed off for several years, duriuir rhich time the Socialist party, unshackled and unhampered ro on top, grew by leaps and bounds until the partv en tered territory that the old timers feared would always h„ "no man's land", with the result that in the 1908 c/av<.n Ition representatives from every state in the union responded jto the roll call from every state in America. EPISODE TTT Let us retrace our steps a little: Is . \ Week °£ NoVemlMSr- that I cam,, to Little Hock, Ark., on the "soap box". After u,y meetiuK 1 was delighted to receive from Tom Lowry, who was na tional committeeman of t...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 May 1915

r-r m? ■•-"• •'• ''vr ■ ^JpF ■m Vv''V rr- ■ "S2.«T -v- : ■•:• '. ■■• ■ J - ..•rrrr-j^'XU r* > it i i'1' 1 • ■ * «C n : i * fl I';:' 4! V I ( 1; ii i M 'n /1 ; / ; ■ Mi' ny \. ■ I 1* ■■ •■ ■j ! ;:A bnd those who naturally stayed with him, backed by the national office with it« two representatives on the ground, found themselves in a parlous condition. The success of the Tnxu 'movement had struck, tinder, and inasmuch us dele gate Stanley ,1. Clark of Sulphui1, and Judge Hurt of Ma- dill, hail dor In red for the Texas Program, and 1 was on the ground, it was decided a* n last resort that a nix-cornered debate should be pulled off as to whether Oklahoma should adopt the Texan program or not. Hurt, Clark and I repre Kented the Program of democracy, while the Reverend Ham- ilton, Wood Hubbard and Otto liranstetter represented the national centralised en J. Never did three men get such nn unmerciful whipping before a serious body of men nnd wo men a* on that night. The upshot ftf it al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 May 1915

' I I 5 , r. - ' , , . ■ . ■ W:?-■' .'.f7":■■■'-•-• ■ fe^ai m* , ■ ■ ' • ' • •■ •. / • ' ■> - wv ■ , 7*7# iT* :• : • l . ♦K> . .; ;V-- - ",v.': ■ p*- .. T :'>v. K K THE REBEL - 56c a year. la Clubs of four or more - It weeks, 25c each. II:' \ %? THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO US OWLT BECAUSE WE ARE ON ODE KNEES — LET US ARISE. T.A.HICKBY, Edjidr and Own*r 60e pey 76V; /dab* of four or more (40oweeis) 2*<j, If thia Number is opposite - « your name yonr subscnp l"j| tioa txpires next issue Entered u eeeond-«lMe Butter July 1, 1911, t the poetoffiee at Hallette- ▼ille, Tesn under set of Mar. I, 1879. IIALLETT8V1LLS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 8. 1915. NO. 198 LYNCHIN OF LAWSON. / As The Rebel goes to press it learn8 that a work- inguian, elected by his brothers as a union offic- ial has been sentenced to something worse than death — imprisonment for life, as an accomplice in the kil- ling of a Rockefeller mine guard near Ludlow the day before the women and children were burned in that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 May 1915

mm :rnm.w this WAR IS DIFFERENT. i x < 1 « i i i i \ li i .'.' ,-i / i f ' i - rr T 4;iA The Landlord*' Club of Texas, sometimes known an the State Sen- at*, met in session last'Monday and by an overwhelming vote gave themselves a clean bill of health in the matter of the report of Texas tenantry conditions made l>v Prank R. Walsh, chairman of the Industrial Relation^ Commis* ..Jlipn. The whole trouble seems to be that Mr. Walsh made the follow- ing ntatenicnt to the press: "In Texas, conditions are the worst o any, but the hopes and the hearts of the people arc brighter than any. We received sworn tes- timony of numerous witnesses that men, some of them with fam- ilies. worked for 80 cents a day and l m to pay their own board. At the same time we ascertained that on one ranch alone—the Tuft ranch, comprising about .'100,000 acres—only 1200 men were be ing worked. wer« Senator McNealus and ) Senator Westbrook. The Dallas Irishman said: "Of the 240,000 white tenant farmer, 200,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 May 1915

1 .. $$ \ . ' r,.f , ■ ~— '' \ P : v i ■ wi mmf,. wiseis i~ '•'I i-rM^M . State Office Notes. . , T. A. HICKEY, State Sec. Hallettsville, Texas. I i' "■- ——_—_ Sew Local*. jwie, Montague county, 0r- by County Secretary S. J Pinson, 0. B. Kelly et aL [Estelline, Hall county, organ- W. T, Flowers. >'Brien, Haskell county, org&n- and chartered by County uretary Joe Hudspeth. S. L. Sec. |l>akeview, Dawson county, J. H. irshall, secretary, organized by fcv. O. W. Walker. jSoui1 Lake, Hardin county, W. Speed, Sec., organized by W. B. r -ary. . [Newlin, Hall county, A. B. inkle, see., organized by W. T. were. [Lodge, Hall county, R. W.Craw- frd, Sec., organised by W. T. lowers. [Miller Grove, Hopkins county, T. W. Gilbert, Sec., organized by iimrade Gilbert. |(4brsicana, J. P. Bryson, Sec., inized by Comrade Bryson. Newlin, Estelline and |>wiie, locals chartered by Con* ional District Secretary Mrs. frlton. of Denton, Tex. O'Brien Lakeview locals chartered by ^ngressional Secr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 May 1915

1721 mm iii ill m ' _■•■ i I -;v ■ :.-•■•• VMW&m ' '■ • - ; -'-'V ' ' . ' ■■ ; \ >■* > ' ■■ ••*•■:; . -." '■./• 'mm I Fp :"" H:'.: r; ,' I; ■I- « ; 1 1 I , \ rn I I x' " r i , J I i ;i W. * 4 i * f i f i ( ;1« < t r * 1 < u li i ! i i I ;;'miff lo H \i ■s 'r i ,p '$ \i, 3'lifsl - ,- - ■' ,u'llfi.- •,' "„, ■ 5'''"£"' gsP*M(if 1®!^ . .• ^ ,!• • ••.„ ••; ErriaaS ; I :■ i yw-iy ■ ■ •'.'fa",? • ■*-*■ s.S. SSTOS !##B£Ke: The. Militants Rallying. , :, J, li Although just two dnys have elapsed since the No, 137, contain- ing our broadside against bureau- cratic ta^ticg within the Socialist party has reached our readers, al- ready the letter> are beginning to pour in from every portion of tho nation, assuring us that the mili- tant comrades arc going to back iw to the limit in this fight. With such a spirit evidenced on every — ■■'A U r-1": as dia^K^ JstSB?- legislature, on receiving a Antonio has (been adjudged the circular from StatoteyV J. Clark, I winner §& the Agr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 May 1915

•- TRK REBEL VM* year ~ * o! four or more T.A.HICKKY 50c per yesr; (40 weeks) If this Number is opposite your name your subserip- tion expires next Editor sad Own-r clubs of four or 40 weeks, 25c each. Intend M MCond-elMa m*tt« July 1, 1 11, at the poctoffie* it Hmllett^ HALLETT8VILLS, TSI48, SATURDAY, 15,1915. IwStil LUSITANIA. A great many goody-goody people now — mil- - lions in number — profess themselves horribly shock- ed over the low of aome 1600 lives in the torpedoing of the British passenger steamer, Lusitania. The al- lies of both sets of allies deplore the loss of life. Those who sympathise with the German allies make long preachments about the fact that the psdfcengers were warned. The sympathisers of the English al- lies decry for hours at a time the "inhumanity of the Germans." , The Parisian papers declaim against what they call the intense cruelty of the Germans and the Ger- man newspapers have ransacked their type cases for the largest type to proclaim their feelin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 May 1915

mi ■ i® yil! p mft m® • j i, 1 i , H t J.I . II ij$ . f HI Mi W; s^WB ,." f' ■-?i;V •:• ? '•: ■ Sf£\\&v - ; . <v •j \<-<':ir.-"'' «*.■•:./- *"H I- .';-: u: ,'-% TV .•>•., •■•' v ■-•-♦«"/>•• ■'.-■••■r I. £!*'•''''«£ wiv " .•?•„.)/ s.f-'SaaML ■'.; . -%7_ r v ur ' ' ' j Mr l,s OUR REBS. s vt.V AGITATION LEAOVIf. The Agitation League that the Rebel organized at one time U again badly needed We know it; have known it a long while. It has, again and again* been oar in- tention to re organize the Leagui but the distressful condition* o the State caused us to hesitate. However, numerous Comrades throughout the State in the last month, have urged us by letter that the very distress of the State is the greatest reason for the or- ganization. The more poverty, the more ready the people are to read and apply a remedy if once convinced. We all know that the average man is at heart honestly anxious to see the best possiblo sctlemcnt of the murderous lack of civilization which n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 May 1915

V) '. !> ,;ry,nr^: ... •«£>-■: T.', .'f^^'ii^vif^-' v ^?.v,"; • ■ Y rfeetiott. Two of these (Wmo and a) stated in' effect that satisfied with but deemed •eotion refer* to any em- prevent, or de- an election, Providence AFTER SIX \ EARS battling for the main- tenance of the Texas program of decentralise- tfoet that they ergenev that would pre the present of- la* the holding of « it beat for the whether it be an aet of peace of the Party to have a new or an aet of an individual, through . , election. It will be noticed in tho error or otherwiae. Smith et al eon Art vni *>A- • — ,, . . , circular that in the event an el. tend no election was held, henee BSS&SHOT,art &^532SE M fiffSSBftSTIStoSHfer.** ™AkW" «**■ ** *mmm2fie^ in the National Committee of the Socialist par the State Exeeuth ty that met in Chicago last Sunday. The re- 'the Socialist Party suit is that all the conspiracy of certain nation- 'functions as t al officials (acting through 29 non-Socialists in Tex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 May 1915

■. . :, , ''-r. %$ i; f,i 0 tcJBBIF ■" «■ TkWftSfai V ■MRSft JS®i HHl V%7 Wf%P'^ , jfPf mhh&V*- | ■ Efi; -ikfci vf ifeil 4 f it : Ife ■ 1? 1$ ■ ! < V, «If r if??; fi ■ H Pl- ot LITKRATUBB BARGAINS M the great majority of the ship of Texaa know that thooe eonneeted with mi GOOD. , , A glance at the membertL election statistics ott page 3, of the American 8ociaU t JftWuwy , 1915, wffl abaoltely demonstrate thin ataf*1"*"* FfaSy, if the national commit- tee at its preocut **«K>n doea not accept the foregoing statenr-* supported aa it ia by affidavita by facta that are plain on their face, the Socialist Party of Texas, wffl regard it a declaration of war on the autonomous atate organfea- tiona of the United States and will immediately wire National Com- mitteeman Bell tranaportation sr&' mm t. only one Fraternally Submitted, T. A. Hiekey, State Secretary S. P. of Texaa. AFFIDAVIT State of Texaa) County of Lavaca^ Before me, , Joaeph Stance), a notary public in Lavaca count...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 May 1915

[« . ' - * BPS! Pj^pmsi Sfe '-'''f" :' • * ■'"■ j Jf " v-?; v f. ■,<;■■.♦• vAv TJLHICKEY, Editor tad Own«r 60c ptf year; eiubs of four or mora (40 weeks) Me. masmsm. mrnmmsM^ or more 25c eadJ If this Number li opposite your name your subeerip- ZU1 tion expiree next issue ■k 'Bpol WMAX *0 OB OfMLT BKUUBB WB *hb okbat OH OOB ■utter July 1, el t| poetoffice at Halletto- aet of Mat. I, IS79. BALLETTSVILLB, TEX. , SATURDAY, MA 22, 1915 ii'i'n iiiiiVi liflffi r I <**■ ■■ ur->y; yk' ; *S. ||fc; «4tii i ■( A big news story that has been careful oppressed by the muz- zled sup-press of Texas has lost leaked out. A man walked into The Rebel office last Saturday morning, showed his credentials and the story. Here it is: Down In Matagorda county the Colorado river laoly wends its way to the Gulf, more or less suc- cessfully when the drouth is on But when the rain falls on the rice, corn and ootton fields the old Co- lorado ceases to pursue ita normal path because driftwood, trees, logs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 May 1915

Rottenct,d*48 TaM*'a kip p*<krt •* ,>•* a PARF eieat U buy a towo-home, ud Dak ml I* be- EDITOR. m #' Wi ■ .4.. (j jiii i It Jit f !t Ki If 1,1 t I ' ' t jr ;p tf' it'' lU |l. /; ki COMPDLSOR§ ATTENDAfflm toaaoMls, mmI ft farm, mi who art «tf j g§|^^4'/•. tenant farmer*. U oae tMMt can do j * M , why ttml ethers U ttf :' J Having met a number of people Tfc* r* -i kat*. ♦ «iiv 4^ I*1 •*** I"-"®*1 t^"t t* |whoi nota emtoiinderstandtbe f. Li^rL* f^ ^=,"rf,,,T ■ T«** «**• * •**■> wu"° «• *•* new Oompttlaory Education law lair pa** mth the <l*rediUWe ^ Wglik tnm pre^t U feel moved to write * few words hZZ iittSSTfji^ V k the .object been pulonod from one end 0* , I Tho law a« passes by the last le- the nation to tlie other as a noto We wind up our quadruple pa- bJSff J^BTSi children, ex- Ui® nnainM. Hmvin the nresent ~~r —.——**7 •—■ •? nous lobbyist for Standard Oil, rallel by pointing out that on pager~T ^ tjhvMeallv or mentally fe-Ls j£?5« £E£*s a4®* .*33 ««« JX k etndidato...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 May 1915

1*5 1tRRM'&*&$5$W1 * ■'■■'; vft"' . " OT the Wi8fthr Prophet of Ood- TH ^ HISTORIC PAMPHLET. sunshine of the morning seemed to get into Nadeem . blood. He was only an I Th* Rebel publishes this week enthusiastic boy,always childishly hap. the following from the . pen of py, and when we noticed, at the re- George Allan England, token from The story we publish below is 8nlar mornmt? "hooting hour, that theI his "story of the Appeal": from the pen of Phil R&der, a 0erman trenches were silent Nadeem I , „ ... . •wflpaper nrt***. who has been in beSan to make a joke of it. He drew a I ,na^ hitscs of the Conflict. C > trenches for months. His story tor8et on board, fastened it on a pole, Roosevelt, thoroughly discredit- ^Intcrcfftinfr inasmuch as he #n^ stuek.it above the treneh, shout I ed, now retired to his favont© paa- 8 ints ort without saying so that in8 t0 the Germans: time of "potting" monkeys in the \i mni^iw of workers who are' " '8ec how **11 you can shoot.' I ju...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 May 1915

m ■I ; r i I IS [14 H ii 1 I 7/ i / 1 jvjew uxuzs rar/s kmc, Kingsville, Kleberg Co, self-or- ganiscd; 0. S. Whitley, See. Bleakwood, Newton Co., Henry Beunick, organizer; chartered fay Congressional Sec. Yarbrough. Bedias, Grimes Co., gelf-organir ed; W. W. Bracewell, secretary. Melvin, McCulloch Co., organis- ed by G. B. Baisden, county secre- tary. >,^ v> > V Brookhsven, Bell Co., self-or- ganized ; M. P. Gougb, secretary. County Line, Bains Co., self-or- ganited; Mrs. Theresa A. Lemon, secretary. DeKalb, Red River Co., Dr. P. H. Gold, organiser. Morris S. H., Falls Co., B. L. Calvert, secretary, organised by E. H. Perkins, county secretary. Mayfl S. H., Denton Co., organis- ed by Dora Mert% • • • Comrade Nannie Cooper, writes: "We have just dosed seven days' meeting at Cache creek, Baylor county, with John A. Currie, of San Antonio, in charge. Even the rankestDemoerats are pleased with him. Would advise ail who have grown weak to have Comrade Cur- rie to wake you up aga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 May 1915

ffl S nBSVX T.A.HI 50e (Mr year; (40 If this Number ia your urn yfiur tion explrea next tor and Own*r elubaof four or > He. <>-. m mdmmhmm ««« •• •aeouUla* gutter J«ly 1, l il, at tin fMtolfie* ct Balkitte ▼Uk,*OL, under wt of Mar. , 1879. MAiLxrrsr/uE, TBXJS, satvmdjly, MAT 29, 1915. ' ' " ' "\ " '• ' \ S" ■ J ' ' •' *. '•V- ■ ' 'V No. 201 ■ 's FIGHT. Not since the palmy days of Boss Tweed in New Y«k when he charged the city $100,000 for a hund- reddollaraet of furnitnre, no not even since the days when the negro sat .and ruled the roost in the senate of .North Carolina, haa a condition, of wholesale graft been.so exposed in high places as has been uncovered in the House and Senate at Austin within .the past thirty dajrs, and the occaaion was the fight over the Gibson bill that proposed to destroy the Robertson life insurance law. This Gibson .bill provides for the removal of the 75-parrcent .investment clause, and the consequent re- admiasion of,the,' 'Big Three" of New ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 May 1915

m i'j 'r S|§| m II 11 II 1 * II ill II 1: * i | MM 1: Li; _ 4-. - vJ- M ' f ty: mt f 2 i f I I M ft y t {■ I ■ f v ¥' -i; m mmmtm ■la Now that the minds of people are turned toward European war The Rebel thinks it advisable to look at war from another angle than that of the cannot), the trenches and all that ia thereby implied. Betide the rude shock of war thait poets write about, there ia another war, just aa deadly to ci' vilieation and progress and if you doubt it I hand you the state of Texas. Here ig a state that could feed the world, and the can no more do it than can Belgium. Here is the state that could clothe the world and she can no more do it than can war-torn France. We live in a state that is bottled up as ia Soissons, and she can no more feed her people than can the mayor of that French city. Aa a matter of fact there are less tenants in all of France and' Belgium today than there are in Texas in spite of the fact that both these countries have been riven with shot and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 May 1915

fm a®S D. Grilled I "You recognize it u one f - qucutly invoked to protect proper- Washington, May 22. —Chair ty ri^htaT'' Rockefeller was non- tan Walsh thorough* exposal ,c°!n,"u,ul- the sham and hypociWy of the . y°u taw* that this lady's aswimed goodness 0f the nflU wew to •* violated by de- , and their "charit,,£ort"S? r' "I did not," said a We" interest in their fellow men ^kefeli<5r- at today's hearing of the iudus-! ,Now thftt h« knew it, Walsh ask- 'trial commission. « , would he wish to discharge Ho admitted that he approved wers and other officers who the coorte of the Colorado oper-l Were sponsible ? If there was aton in declining to treat with I an*. <11oubt concerning Bowers' the miners before the strike op- p . 1 "e added, Bowers was in the _ - room, as was Starr J. Murphy, and by 2 o'clock they probably could arrive at a concluaion rela- tive to the former's personal re- sponsibility and he could be dis- charged if they found — a* the ^ ^ J . „ chairman said th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 May 1915

I K' ' *>.f | ' JiWC" V,^Kfv'M'^*J'«lPPJS^ - ' ' ' "'q •■ ' BiWHWHm ^ ""W«# Notes Office Co. Sec. KftT'.J'Jsf "ViV'1 i*!,cf ' «'■ "' ' -'■'.' ' 'ji' "'s' ' ' i # i-' I I' t §' If $5* j W: I H n m * V. *95 ■Sv' xm 1 H I i | HIEt w Urn ;:V ■fiv • T. f H1CK8Y, State Sec. H*ll«tt«ville, Texas. Tkt* ^ Letters and resolutions are fjcjaig M uneoeialirtic and tend- pouring in from the fighting So- |ng ^ defeat the pnrpoee for 4ialists all over the state, expres- which the Socialist party wai or- sing their joy orer the fact that gjmizcd and ia maintained. And the attempt to tyreak the solid ^ jt further front of the Texas movement ■'hM , utterly failed, and asserting Resolved, that we heartily en- their determination to go to work dorse the staitf taken by onr state for the cauac as never before. secretary and the Tnja moje- , ... t ment in general and hereby pled* We have apace to publish only g<j 0UPgeiVes, together with such one characteristic resolution and meAnj^M jg) or may be, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 June 1915

ly'V*' - \v s v wJ rajf1 > *' i * £-i./j^-^'.V ■?""" """'""li, pf' p . f '•',"'1 1.^1!— _ l£* 5s ', 5 . ' y™ -• . ■ . • •• .•■;■'• •■•■ ■'. - . * •:• -W, \ ■ '• " • - * -• ■ i - - / v •• - ■ - • ■ - ei;te-=v-' ? ■■•■■■ , . :-*~t mm ' r - ~ - s ^ <■• • li . ._ OH OUft Uimi-LB W AEISE. 3 autttr J«ly 1, mi, a um pMiatfiM «t ▼ilk, fte, sate Ml of Mm. «, 1W . HALLETTSVILlE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1915. tt fi TJk HiaWT. Bditor tad Owmr 60® jmt jw; stabs of fcrnr or more (40 wseks) Me. If this Number la opposite AAA you* name your subacrip- 2U3 tion expiree next iasus the rtrike wa, on, and organized labor of Oklahoma City stood behind them to a man. Sometf%) previous- Nosane man willdeny that while there an open war raging in Europe there ia a more or tew unseen war raging in the United StajMtfBjhe war between capital and labor. H§ « d an anti-unUm addreaa to the members of the From the hop fields «f n H«nw*fr t%the mills of <3uiMher of Commerce. Filled with the Port labor- Mas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 June 1915

.. • •••• : Ambmheshh ■HI ■ V' ■■ ••'7,:'„. fig# ■:■•■■■•' ' 5,iS :■•> .: ■ ■ ?./.- ■'■ 4WW - TOK #psa ^./v,,,. .. .' .IZr-■. "V'rJ- ' vv.: ' •fe.« $§f«B%* tV VWX . •tPWSKS**1PII> ■.. tw*«* «es > i *mw i iTftinw 'Hr - J. : ' •><' / %*• '1'^^" ^ ■p?. fe iWW •i " V^'. W$#?■' £;5@|' M r«nd : •/Mil s pw^«"-:;K to Home that Hi to* since there has been only one paper of p. thathaaddtaded the oommWkm, end State, of-Dallas, that in He last issue said: - ?: Chairman Walsh of the Federal Commission on Industrial Relatione talked rather pointedly the other day about farm tenant* in Texa* andenade Home comparisons that caused a Jot of Texans to take notice — moat of whom had never before re- alized Just how important waa the work undertak- en by the commiaaion. Varioua chamera of commerce and other big business folk*, and not a few politician*, have ehided Mr. Walsh* some have invited him to come back to Texaa and do some more investigating, putting an emphaais on the "invitation...

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