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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 September 1915

I||"|. Mi I ■■ ■ nm a2a^« farhislife or liberty HI ■ MSSSBSOPStV Hall) . ' . I ■ & ,ibSrt by ^dl^TroaUiUi^ate ft «£t2SL2*J "S ^ rffl will b. mule to drag into hi. owthV^rZJS"^ gass offflii iag and J*nd have taken thig method to force intervention in llWiM* OWM-Btah* paper h« jtated that the United State. Qovenuwff iss$vtispc*s'jssr*-** • ** -* T*tie l*9SS^ «*•• « #■ * |ffjKifc(e sont| *rmy and stealing Mexico, P orking Farmers into joining I _, ^xsss&bwsr "a twm wi,m ^ ™,oit*d IP CHARLIE CLINE GOES TP THE PEN OR DIES ON \ 8 THE m rm TTTlV Y T> W v£ 1 JJ1JUS UiV on Tfp TJTflS yLBritS? mHIS LOYALTT TO HIS £? 5/.2rSSPARBLY UP T0 Y0U< THE WORKING TEXAS AND THE m?tVt ^ rX IL£i m E HlM IF YOU WILL AND, IP YOU ' B^LT0I)f% TITERE 18 N0 TIME TO LOSE, end what money you can for his defense to Mrs. Vera May field 709 I Bwosi St.., San Antonio, Texas, and let every Socialist LocaUnd 'i fl iS **? ?|xte PT,"1011 ^ Jtme8 & Ferguson, .ustm, Tern, lettd* and telegrams demanding his...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 September 1915

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 September 1915

i have i economic misery of the race 1 mSSHftk i Similarly in Coto of tons of coal. Fran wn his great oil and coal properties in differ 10 country for the purpose of destroying ths' labor ions Hit the Colorado coal field* £§|a ease to point. the industrial capitalist to nm hi* pro- of exploitation. of tftto capitalist* who have formed a Timber Mats of the nation. true of the capitalists who hare grabbed the iron ore in the Messaba range and the coal lands from whieh is produced All these capitalist landlords can be direftly attacked through I its single itax. Some parlor Socialiats and academicians will say that Pi that city, state ti e land plank of Vrship land onTht mam nr taken and everything to one, to hold a state faoo during the cotton palace and national committesman and Friday, November 11 | wisdom refuse to change recommending to the mem- l 'fammrn and that t■ Jtltii Mm L.—a.h ^ —8 —. A • vulnerable point is tne heirt and that consequently the Socialists should not attack t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 September 1915

of thil re- entire aw ren iv#3B|dt „ of women and ch the wages of men, can 1 m | II ! J; | ] 11 IP: m the report made today deal* almost entirely with tiie causes of industrial un- rsst '' ^ < /'M 4 " Causes Of Unreetr The report finds that the causes of, industrial unrest "group them- adves almost without exception under four jtnain bources which include all others. These four are: 1. Unjust distribution of wealth and income. 2. Unemployment and denial of opportunity to earn a living. 3r Denial of justice in the-erea- tien/ in the adjudication and in the administration of law. 4. Denial of the right and op* portunity to form effective orgam- satons." Unjust Distribution. Discussing the first of these causes, the report summarizes evidence showing that 44 families possess aggregate incomes totaling «t least fifty millions per yar, while between one-fourth and one. third of male workers in factories and mines, 18 years of age and over, earn lew than $10.00 per week, and only about...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 September 1915

m • ~x? W W. 8. Nobtf, Outrag* At New BraunfeU. Notice to all Spanish Locals: ^on «* respectfully requested to write Governor Ferguson ask in* to Protection in the right 10 peaceful assemble. He expressed the hope in his labor day speech, that all men would realize the ne- cessity of Organization, and guar an teeing them hia sympathy and protection. Thig is done on account of a reported raid on one of the leagued secretary's homes, where the charter of the League was broken to pieces and thrown at the secretary hy A so-called "of ficer of law ". Is this Texas or Rus- sia! There ia laying in jail, at San Antonio a Mexican comrade by the name of Hernandez, held for bond in the gttm of two thousand dollar*. He is accused of hunting to revolt and blockading the street. Thp truth a furnished this office by eye witnesses who heard the sjJeeeh, was that Hernandez told the Mex- icans, who were citizens of the Un- ited States, it wag their duty to stand solidly together with their class to a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 September 1915

% ' -'. . - ■• • " BPT.nr JflWently ok At t Comrade A, H. of i*. t a Hi %jL«i"? 'i3^pSfe% ' .-' .'•i'-.v-v.-•••.■ >'>■■' •- ■ '■■■'. :■ ■ '•. . •••.-- •. • •«■: i\.- IB.'.' • '-•! -'"H . *|gj| I m§g MMHTWI - • ••■• V ■ - '--A,-Vv . . ' • % 5 ;•* 'figm mm vi- ■ H i1. .. Jf 4^ • #At • - V | •>' tlffet Secretary Lorena! locdM feM I I ■ I H I s nil 20 members now and I mo to make it 100, or toon, by 1st" How much, increase are you working for in your local? Or are you working! If *y are you working successfully, or jifct mumbling over it! AFesg up, ju*t what are YOtJ doing! :.■/■■"• • • ,. Comrade Mrs. Dewitt Owen, Itadsnou Co., the leader of a band of women Comrade} who are gradually pulling the man up to Quit full stature, writ*; "Yea, our local ii still living, and that is not all, it is growing. We held our Unit meeting in a public place, last Saturday afternoon at the Courthouse, taking m five mem- bers. This makes ten member* taken in since our encampment We now number tw...

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

. % ' - , ••. .>• .", .v Mim''M^SiSM$ • > • ;.- .. -.-.rv • " •...• •:-• #■'$$:■?■ u:' '-v.-- &$#! pmj ^mwmm - , ,, '' ' i-} . ilira&j • pr tiWP f&'ll , .,,, SSRI ihl ' WT e This tu secured (By Covington It is said that "When thieve, have our doubts about that* - they do often get a lot of of on hi* a copy a new] organ- _ of! A correspondent of America o* a plat- 'f Saetieu 3 of the „ ^ propose* "government gram which advocate* d control of th« bank-1 uation of eolleetive system, the lend-1 enterprisea on * money direct to the people fjaa individual* or upon municipal, Ithrough taxation by the to county or state improvement {state or local governing had long been *<**. a| * per cent." meana that there would *x>n be mUr- - W* party which calls it- By Nati Austrian Ambassador and Then the Qermaa National Party, and that!( lets looae some more. Both Governments ery, "Stop * to tax all incomes on large tor- col we of the "backward races "who have been u-u *«. *a\...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 October 1915

jlfS ... JliilaisN ' i 1 II mi .•Hj I' If ~TT" 14 found to be third prfar of unrest, the report cites numerous typical instances to prove the Mowing charges: ,, , , ...... First, with regard to the enact-1 v considers convincing proof that merit of laws, it is charged that charges are fully justified is the worker? have been unable to; in the form of testimony be- fore the Commission settin " " specific cases, the facts of are admitted by all concerned. Ev- idence gathered in the Commis sion's investigation of the Colora- do strike is cited in substantia tion of the twelfth charge. The report says regarding re R{ n )rkers secure legislation to protect them against grievous wrongs except af- ter exhausting ,struggles over- whelming odds and against insid- ious influences. Second, itls charged that after wholesome and necessary laws are passed, they are in large part nullified by the courts upon tech* j medies: , localities of a™ character which! considering the action would not be he...

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

■ - f| iiBSIISfFj^M^^M^^ Ilif • 9<*>t! v':'"1-"- ' . ■ , si .• mm - Htil.) , i£§. grandstand ,M « to to load ( n >cratic ^unk - - of piffle, puke and punk! Ob Colquitt growing pale «wiating John Bull's lion's tail! or who sought to shine I taping them lynch Charlie Cline! John Kirby in the fitncrf I W.-PlfiTheJ.Eng, ine blood of Qrabow on his hands! A hero he in Austin stands 1 Behold, 0 great Jehosaphat, A Prohibition Democrat! The pale, pink Soda Phountain Brooks— How glad the old blind tiger looks! m - - i .a?-',-* v4,W£ s cent of the mmm i f Behold Bob Beiiry spilling inks And thinking he is thinking thinks! Wants cotton free, you understand, But Southern soil still contraband! Vk v- -mm. $mjM dear Mawuss Sheppard tomes, The orator of muffled drums! r Not many into Senates tread 'Cross "silent cities of the dead"! is the case, we — Behold! behold the dead are here, The Lazarus of Oil appear! .Too WelipONE Bailey coming back Up-side-down the same old track! Behold, ye Do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 October 1915

aiflp v.. ::- ;,: ■ • -' .. ■•- . ______ >;. «•; *«*%& si«i( s «s®; i : I s Mil ■ISSfcia m-M gWm • * ■.: :^:w v ; -1 jjf W |ffp v 1 ,' . mm H 1 w% & ?. J Kr 5? m> 11 i£ c .i4v ■ Dora Hjr ' echoolhSw campaign la Shack. __ county under dlrwtio* of Com. rada W. H. Pritchett and other*. Two taeftl* have already been organised and more coming. UIM1HI***, even though your apeaker hae the tongue of angels he ia like unto the clashing cymbal if he doee not clinch hta good work by organising a local. • • * Mrs. McQokee Available. His. Jennie Albano McGehee, who did unci, splendid work in Texas in the summer of 1914, is. available for date* in Texa§ dur- ing November and December. She will take county work, that is sev- en! dates b a county at (3 per day and expenses, or single dates at $5 eaeh and railway fare. Mrs. McGehee is used to South- ern work, having been with the Southeast Encampment Associa- tion in Oklahoma this summer along with Comrades Debg and 0'- Hare. If you wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 October 1915

■!'Vi \x f .1 SKW5 i .y$M ?ffe# 1 m ~ ':■ ■ (mm m 5 ® >V c 11« •' I'-: " • •-•.•; j?Tf m i Wm vm « a4PS •V\ 11 §&: ax tipHi licnMl IMCIT IF***- Amsrioa. HMb «* :■ >**s Niifc, |ii| J1 vV'XV? •V .-•v ''Mfewife ■SaseissS K8 *0 n HALLJETTS YILLE, mutas, w o on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 19X5. "" **"■"! "' ■ I1". - a- -- - ■-.. _ TJl. fcBGUY, Iditor and Owner •Oo par rear; clubs of four m more (10 westo) 35«. If this Number ii opposite TOUT MUM your sumerip- 2Z1 tion expires next issue 220 1 ■■m I V - Well no 'hen is short an< - hsn OUt of 00r han< 1 the price is goi#* up again, j« 1 ike last yew after they forced « to turn looae. vli nor Bill. — Y«, I krirtT H go up in prise, Wt like most fatten I oould not hold because the cotton trust skinned me to the bone last year, so I had to sell right away- Farmer John. And do you know that the Democrat party helped the ootton trust skin u*t Farmer Bill. — Ho# was that I Farmer John. — Why the Demo- cratic congress and president al- lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 October 1915

mpm m J|h| sMMI / — SMi ■# iSi. mmm • * n|iijiin i iiiinnp i" I FOVBTH INSTALLMENT. of Report of United 11 iWMm<n^rt/ r>y |g against political In* of kind and MRun. States-Commission on Industrial !tu*nc? "f "5 ™° ana M*urh StoiuZaSLi b„ M™. IHor.:^; " "" once J. Harriman, John R. Com a labor dUpute arises tho Ballard, Richard H. Aishton. mm ill Sfc 1®/ ", I BffiK have the power to mediate in all icases where in hie judgment the _ ,. , r , _ interests the public are affect- Breakdown of Labor Lav*. If mediation and conciliate1, The greatest cause of industrial ty)< th0 mediator may suggest ukrest i8 tho breakdown in the ad- arbitration, and if both aides are ministration of labor laws and the agreeable he may assist them In distrust of our munidpaT atate naming an arbitration board. If and pie, according to the report signed ?'"t in naming a joint board of by [>rof. John R. Commona and mvestigation and publish the Mrs J. Borden Harriinan of the fart« to tho controversy N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 October 1915

SKmk; mmmm THREE T-^M *#S... I i mm PS? ip^l^K £-> :'V ';■'i WM-m ■■ ■ '■■■:'-A: >ii ' w -„ q. a Mli P;', T. A. HK3KBY, HiUetterilk, Tttifc 1 0 I ■BMW— ' |ooa regarding state or national constitutions Next yearaa was the cm* in 1914, there will very likely be a -contort between so-called "radi- cal" sad "conservative" <*ndi- -date* for High office in Texas. Of course it makes no difference who wins, as we saw in the case -of the "radical," Ferguson, whose administration is a collossal joke «o far as doing anything for the tenant and actual fanner and wagewafke* is concerned. However, the trouble is that so many unafilliated Socialists go in- to the primary in the hope of help- ing the */' best man" win, and then, because of the pledge on the ballot, they are tricked by the politicians into the belief that it is a peniten- tiary offense (perjury) to vote anything but the Democratic tick' The Socialist party of Texas lost no less than 10,000 votes on account of the primary pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 October 1915

v^v' $ :. . , _ Xy •/' fflgfc JM , ■:? ^ ' • ■H MIimN MSpSpliM^J if'/' ™«Ip «s| " ® i' .X ttx J j B > > , * > ,, < ftt- I 3>3Bf ' > -<i* 1 OP,tilWllMlffiTr'^, Trr'~~-t-n*ir~riSiw"^-''-""^^^^^^'~""*—^^~"-^" ■:- Wv. v/.->;- ;?«E1 ICTCIE3 '™•it *P?rrw^ MMMM Ofttl to b« that 'the "mfa of Cf~ " the Sp ■ \ SI m** 1 v- imSbism'9%^ TO% ?«W* fsgfrw you will read the txts th« martjir sernwj*, or . youhavehsard tham m Sodom, you MUST admit that the impressions they gave you are far away from the descriptions that the ttt% ^ Beginning in the 14th. chapter Of Generis we Me that Sodom waa a rioh city, and the "Lord" (10: 21) said, He waa going down to tteo if what had been told him of Sodom, waa true. It waa as if 'He' were to visit in New York or Washington or Chicago— on the ono hand great riches; on the oth- er hand, abject poverty and do* gradation and want and woe and misery. And when "He" saw it's degradation, the destruction waa meted out. Now you sisters in the cho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 October 1915

~* *4$H® I jlp^nlr MpjSffrT| BMP ■' ^llMl £ K9B • e «KRnmS&si -/■ - —■—m RfflpHiiB BBBBMBWPyjWCTOTpipp . aMaCTTO mSM ' Vr :v#\Wf': mmw MiMmm ■ : i?i ..«S^| !M BH I ■ IRH HrwI! v> , ' . - C -o*W ■ -■.-' 1 WBte<: \ ,■ -a ' Mil .> fv*s •''" ','';'■ '/. -.j':- .... - ,<.1,, , •?&>$«. :h %& .(,. v -^tvj , ■ .„ R ! ffeii &W mmfr ■• rf)'i;.i; i • - . ,,,. iiiWirl. -43R -• ■"*•' ;' • : : ' .*'*:" ' 't"'' MMmmmMmnWifcr-mimmmHum . • ^':V ' . ' ■ ; - ' " M WtMWW'. && i:,.% R*£8 i i isMfil M§j ■ - •- "- 'S ■ ' .,% .'• . #& ■ -<% SP® ,-;& Sfo • ■ .—. _■ ~ X •:- :IHt; ■ - i ■ ■,:■. - v c If thi your tktt v •^1^" 2\I, r:HJL;, Jj V.-'. • ' mm mm Kilsw^t <■•>.". \' v-.V > m&i, if r-."::^" K§i Pa ^fBm wBmEfflfffijM ma JSfmitBf ■ Z%$ii KH&I tf) 1 1 wtp & frpf4f^p f zp| ® '| Mi H* . IHUUKWi e old not indulging in any din- r. He said in the course fid murder i« murder"-— IV Socialist party for two terms says although t might n<>...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 October 1915

wm g ' I £mk bbSBI^^sSII^ '•L . ,■'; .'■'.: •',} public hear- it pUin that em- ! them, have been wrongdoing, and to have grievances against , emgftia* has been an abundance of testimony sub- mitted to prove to our satisfaction that flome employers have resorted to questionable methods to prevent their workers from organising in their own sdf-interest 5 that they have attempted to defeat a* to the condition 'tod it " - iy, . Etion of output 1 of the D) Cont jytoWB, ,PHP F) Prohibition of the use of non-union made tools and mate- rials. v < M :4fc ~ ■ ? • G) Closed jhop. H) Coritest for supremacy be tween rival unions. ' I) Acts of violence against non- union workers and the properties of employer*, J) Apprenticeship rules. . ,¥ The employer contends, and wo demo* find ourselves^in sympathy with cracy by mow Or lees successfully his contention, that it is rank in- controlling court* and legislatures; justice to subjert him to a strilce 0" that some of them have exploited his employ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 October 1915

Im joq that the into the hands of this Jesus of Nazareth. Hfthad lined up against him the same crook* and strong-arm men now lined np with paying your way. " Jesus gay was good to look at, smelled good, listened good. He threw out something fresh and beautiful from the akin of his body and the touch of his hands wherever hepassed along. thfog^ith the " ^iBfiirii ■ In he must exchange it of other people's the purpose for which he acquired the gold ia realised. Were it not for gold standard in the United States it would be ne- for the miner to pack the rou, Billy Sunday, put a smut on every human bl in reach of your rotten breath belching about h- cuping about this man who lived a clean life in Galilee. comes hie< wr arc you going to quit making Hhe carpenters boild emergency hospitals for women and girls driven crasy with wrecked nerves from your goddam gibberish about Jesus—I put it to yon again: What the hell do you know about Jesus t ahead and bust all the chain you want^to. Sm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 October 1915

9t&x££sii& ;•■-•> .•t';:.!'-V't.'." CKM-&~*- *■—■' >;v I!#;® bkjFS .1 ",'V- ••,' X; ■'•" S« S:illl w-# v'1 V ® ^ Sgjgigpj ; Tif * «w"iiow wm$ Mwmwmit t#!: ;-1? jgS3jTO& l_. li? I * Hi meat was , 8 « "wonder that o when our eft in i'6, we 1. if they tie ^ _3m -J® li ' with Team 1, a #npmenU*k«s pu wOl have Team No. then out tor datta. his splendid Irish wifc and his per- fect understanding of the land question y Covingtyn Hall.jfliat lov- able goul which must be known to be rightly appreciated, and whose abiSJ to entertain an audience with his great speech, "The Ach- ievements of the I)emoci*tic Par- ti* lection Jon) While the present „ is ineligible for renominate not concerned fa the retult election, yet if any of the nominees or representatives wish tabe pres- ent when the final retOHtS aft can- vassed at the Stae Office on Dee. 26, they are welcome. ' Fraternally Submitted, . c A. HICKBY, 8ul,8MMtoTS'p • • • < Comrade W. T. Flowers, who has written that r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 October 1915

- lillli BSEI *ar9trtoi&. f: if WMm mt ' i->':■'■'f'i'i ,,, LfeSafeiSSr" W'v-S TMiua, mm BY E. B. MEITZEN AND W. 8. NOBLE. yrnt also LOT XJB m 'U: ■/ ," - : • y - .. *•■ m . j. " ' " 4 i''j 1 " TX HICXEY, Iditor aad Own* 0Oe par Tear; stabs of low o* mare (40 wooho) Mfc It tbio Number it oppowi. your name your subscrii 22# tion expires next i*u« M No. m presents a good appearance, a exceptionally intelligent for The undersigned while Ming some joint dates in the country made a special trip to San Antonio last week to 4 of J. A. Hernandez, a young Mexican land Ir ^ is in the Bexar county jail on a federal char* he tried to incite "sedition and rebellion against the United government." The first thing we did waa to visit the prisoner and secure him a statement of the case. This statement, in effect, as near as we could get ft from the comrade, who speaks broken English, is printed below. As near as we could see him timiurii the double screen oftha prison "run-around" he present...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 October 1915

CONVENTION CALLED TBS SCHOOL FOB TBS MA88E8. J I The referendum rote on the "Webb motion providing for state convention of the Socialist party at Waco oh November 11 and 12 hee cloeed, and the major ity in favor ia a proposition o 7 to 1, for the oonvention. Tabu- lated returns will be published #AviW4> .v-w- " As announced in last issue the conventjefe will be held in Social- ist hall on Franklin street next door to the Waco Times-Herald building and one block from the It will open at nine a. m. rnreday morning, Novem- I be one members (By Eugene V. Debs.) Editor The Rebel:— There is no college or university in all the world for the education of the masses. Education of the masseet Whs business have the inassns to bo educated! The business of the is to continue steadfastly to be (the masses they have always been, through all tile ages past, and to remain in the darkness of ignorance for the benefit of the privileged class perched upon their backs. The lower class require no edu-...

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