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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 January 1916

■ . •. * • ssr Shg,*W!^WM Office Notes. BUI Texas Bureau. e, Texas. *•\: ■*? •;./ ' 7<;:;''^.^Y^*''"■. v. /_ v;,\ :"V { ' -*J* V«\ ;\'-; • - • - i .•*«•* —r Parly Election. iPSt§fe?lii Retulting in election of W. T. Webb, 0/ Cuco, Ted?., /or «Me seo- ret wry, and Carl Rosson, of Palcs- fi'iw, for national committeeman. WWg^'' ■'$?■■'' '•" ,'"'V Bi|isS ;,•'" LOCALS 6 ; F\v jL„ K ? « * I f ? o l "« r3 ® tr a* " H a 5 * £ i 5 § sr * : 8 Iomega f Lubbock Colorado Brandenburg I Grandview _ ■ Lone Cedar Oran — Coalville Lyra Hamlin Stamford McKavitt Santo Foyal Flat Starkweather Corsicana Gouldbusk — "i— u i Miner sir:: Santa Anna ... Crockett Tallwood Pear Valley . Houston Cotulla Wichita Falls ... / Shiner __ V Hallettsville _... Ezzell Antelope Blessing K El Paso ~ San Antonio Eureka ^ Corpus Christi _ Waco Eastland Desdemona Palestine Palava . Rotan Tool Pleasant Grove ... Tyler _ Mill Spring Dry Creek Athens .._. Snyder Jacksboro Miller Grove Ennis Glen Cove Seymour 1 Brownwood Ki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 January 1916

as. |i 31 : 11 li *1 I; I' if. MPm* ii W<' ||4 fe s * ! s j- i i i Fella aitixucs and iNhiliiti in kv t wont to adress yew on itry tbiog en ginenl an aothln en pertidrafer, "£* the same ez aw| guod Dimycrat* oratum doo. Fiwt an fo'most i hearbi renu.; m alfcedgenee to awl the aackred prinaupals, now ixiatin' ore herein- after to be promollgated, of the glorioes Dimycratick party, whi- ther I kan knmprehend thim on knot Next i wont to korreek the dad- blasted clandor that the grand Dimyeratick h a kaptalist party. Whi mi frenda, nearly awl thrft vote the Dimykrat tickit are work in peepul. The more Dimykrata there are, the more work there iz to doe, theirfour the Dimycrat party iz a wurking party. Mi fnend*,.put your vote wher it will elect aumbody, dont thro your rote away. Nothing give# me and uther lead in' Dimycrata rich a payne in our stununicks aa to see a wurkin man a votin of the Soahaliat ticket i am fur preparedne* far iny emergency. Holy writ aay that there will be wara...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 January 1916

'ism In Gonealea county there lives a landhog who is typical of hia breed. He belonga to the orthodox ehurch and never mda his Bible. The damn scoundrel lives in the Unit- ed States by chance. His proper plaee should be in the innermost receesses of darkest Russia or wherever on thia planet human li- berty ii least known. This hog has several renters and just because he has possession of some of the gift of God to all man- kind he seeks to arrogate to him- self the power to dictate hig poli- ties! views to his unfortunate rent-slaves. One of them, a man of courage and character, who possesses the real old Southern spirit of inde- pendence, refused to be dictated to with the result that the Hog order- ed him off the place, threw him on the* roadside to starve with his fa- mily because he accepted the So- cialist party's views on Land and read The Rebel. Things have some to a pretty pass When a white citizen cannot vote his views or read his paper, finder penalty of eviction. The rReb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 January 1916

iPfil'' WM!m illKfp PllSiiSP Sfllit®®! ' .•> M'iVS mm- |S-;v ! , ( ,? «'1 ^ If |;' ih\ " ' ,f 15 J I mm Iftlff :>• | [;>:] I ' i' ■' ; 1 is lite I I I i II '■■■i 3 i • 3 ft j 1 •! \ 11■ Tffw if i i; j- I&3..8 fi - ' Hi U j mm df <a as 'V| I I''1'- If. ' • • 11 ■MlrA1 BANKRUPTCY COUBT FREES TENANT. Jjuoa E. Duncan, ttoint finn- Chicago, Jan. 4,-Socialii.u of txssLt&zs ~s« *!?* f^S00^!.-Si!5Ltel financial wreck that wm fixod bv V- ill be allowed for the members of the party to cast their ballot*. Nominees for the presidency, at shown by the tabulation of accep- tances completed tonight, are Al- lau L. Benson, of Yonkers, N. Y., magazine writer; James H. Maur- the landlord, banker and mer- chant Duncan worked 80 acrei of land last year and paid his landlord his one-third. From February to December he had signed sixteen notes.- He owed two bank* at Oar- Be also owed UBJ?"**pr^ent At£ ^ «■* ♦f°i, „Hen „ ple'i Collage, Fort Scott, Kane, Ld Seymour 8tedman, lawyer and Z...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 January 1916

;' * . *"• '* - - • , - . . • - *^$v' ft') '^r ^:' '*•' " •-* * ' • V / * • v~" 1- * ' * *-.-y : ^ . -v' :-V ''? '"': *""•■" ' '/:^: i'^' ■ :•• ' •.. i.. ' • •„ . . . - ■■'' v • ' •■j i.V **•'*" PSSRlraKra r¥SM i V •' "-i* 1 < V m' •wPM'Pyr •*. .v.; . ■ \.,\ • ■ ■ ..'•.. , '• • . .. v/vm; o |nM %fl§^§£ l#;*#§lli State ^Office Notes. a i?E W. T. WEBB, State Secretary, Cisco, Texas. which k from defoatt keels n fMk> m who km either unable to pay or h«ve moved to parte ukim. Pveeibly one third of this aaoeat maj bo •oi- ler table. FROM COMRADE RICKEY. Than being a general disposi- tion to let the dead past bury its dead, no far a* party affairs for the past year are concerned, the undersigned has decided to issue no, circular (as outgoing state fMpftry) December 20, as pro- mised. The reason for the issu- ance of that circular has passed with the result of the party elec- tions and other developments. T. A. Hiekey. MEMBER EXPELLED. Rotan, Tex. Jan 2, 1916. Dear Comrade ? — 'At a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 January 1916

"k'-^ ''-"s"',>< ' v";<;J'1 |j| f$-*■"%$.j.fV. SOW TO STOP SI fc*. *e. ^'!y ■ •. MMM b« snfftrirnt to fegns of iff ■ H$ i" !li J ! * lis i • |J ill I <t I I:l ffp;i' .iy pf ill y"B£ ?,J M jf fCT; P it br i wi .ilU ■V.ii <•) i" ■ I- ai>/ i:i : ' ~t-. ' - I 11: E$# i' 1 1 w ■Mil's Wlj\'' ww:- Fviia. . ukflil 7 .'. i Z; "PV - nmfcl a 'i.c--aiMi«g- .r-tiir A' I Ca, «h In Made kii tfae in hie b* older kmmmwHgm fur below the standard required for s decent fairing, I* opposed to Socialism be- eaaae it woald degrade wceean- Rev, J- Wesley Hill who ha* lectured extensively sgsiaat 8o- fMWi and *bo wm sued for da- mages and breach of promiae by hit stenographer after sfce found he dread/ bad a wife, ia oppoeed to &M9aiiHB on account of its caw- ing free lore. J. C. Havemejrer. bead of the soger trust, who efaeatod the gov- ernment out of over twenty mil- lion dollar* in revenue bj false weights a few year# ago, is oppos- ed to Socialism because Acre is no Qodin it Rev. N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 January 1916

. ... of 4 er ipklywtfcrlL HP* :; ;•••&*• c,..v_... k TJL mm. Editor and Owner 60s p«r rear; elube of four or more (40 weeks) 25e If this Number is opposite ... jrooi mum your subserip ZuO tion expire® next iaitte TO OB OUT yMAWH WS AJlB rr' ;a.-'-ii. • ■' ■ 1 I. Wl HALLSTTSVlLLg, TtZAS, SATURDAY, J AM VARY M, 1911 olnters MO. 234 Dippy Donks. All TflteDi who bacons 21 fear* d age « % • * or who ^^jUty jy.w.mbrfw Fnm GUnn Nugent, leading tlTpSw 'to Jebraarj l/lMt, 'I0™'/ in the wt, The Betel before bring permitted to rote in ^ **** reeaived a briaf but wel nry election bald in th« year 1911. come menace thai filled our hearts If yoa have moved from on* i°3T M it *iU fill the hearts county to another lately without °* overy other Texas rebel who Win* your poll tax, see aided in tb« defenee of Hernandaa: that it is paid before February 1, t* the county when you formerly lived. If you can't pay it in per- son, you can send a written order tp someone to pay it for you. Ton can pay y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 January 1916

HHRB3I ''m3 mwm&m r'-mm¥ p|MK@WI,. of Tfcier, who i eon- ^! im ■ *? '«r I k 1 I't , ml f «p :fek' Si; 1 l&i 1 f s #1 I I. :f!- \ M- ,£ f|P j^Knl sidered one of the mo* capable lecture bureau managers in the Un ited /Stales, hat '' turned all hold* loose" And with his old-time fire and efficiency haa thrown him- self heart and soul into the work of organizing the Southern Lec- ture. Syaem. Aa the subjoined letter will ahow he is handicapped lack of funds, but we fed sure of two things: Fir t,the comrades will give him the initial assistance that will en- able him to get the work going in every node and corner of Texas before the 1916 campaign ha« well begun. Second, if he gets no donations of any sort he is going through anyway, only the work will not be started as thoroughly and early in this campaign as it should. So help him get going and thus help in making this the greatest! campaign Texas or the South has ever seen. The letter of Comrade Bell fol- lows ; Meyer London, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 January 1916

mm Jpi r_j • i pp® ia - ■•w HRfe v'.f ±ii: State Office Notes. |. i Help Cline. ttfigp!! - J®' . -• >. W. T. WEBB, State Secretary, Cisco Texas. isifi: . Hi Gomssde A M Bowman writes: "We are planning to hold a three day at Charleston this summer, and aba expect to be «« orgsmiW aaaa. This a cam- paign year, boys, so let g get busy a*fV ia oMnsthing far ourselves." • • • Foard County. Ta Socialists of Foard County: Tonr are hereby' called to meet in the courthouse at Crowell, Feb. 5, 1916,, for the purpose of trans- acting any business that may come before the meeting. tm Bennett, Sec, Local 1277, Benton If these ia, «r rfhafi man whom the working to support morally and in the sad hour of need, it certain- j IT 1 flP I ly ought to be one whe is a mem Kels y, Sherman, Tex., J be* of the working class, and MM I BAKITOL OBBAM 98c Paekage 10c. hss been elected secretary o£ the by reason of his experience as Fourth congressional district Thie memt>er °* that class knows the .voung ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 January 1916

W^Sm % Mmd ■ RUN1 ft sn^ Pr I! sa i t I I iH' 1! f! jf VI i i II &! $'■ {fcy 0r 0« J>. ) of who, (By latioi ma, PHaHL v Washington, ■SH r ttSjHI S^p . *Afc -, I-1 ■•T,;". 98 ttNMffllMHM9i . V" '• • * \ ' mm <sWfe #i Fi life:' Twentieth the help of her teachers, ha* ow- oome almost insurmountable obstft- el«s in Bfer education, and conquer- j ^though Governor George it' ■ ••• J <i Ill Although Wr cause is Ariaona. }%« \t 0- tor W«1 fce COLLE< mxm H rot •4, to a large extent the physical |HunUUks mule a magnificent re infirmities which kave been hers cord of fairness in protecting their w kirth ti ill in iiittifa the object! rights, the strikera will lose unless *T Ubor oomoa to their support with •f % «ipr«l lead QOQ^ibutions. 1 Tha strike fund is exhausted, ■a' families .aat jmfe at Clifton and llw- i moat of them are or Spanish, and able to Mexican We «MKiM stassffltrt ing newspaper# of the eountry. She has been accused of "teachTand iag treason in America." Sotae «...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 January 1916

■ m fHt REBEL RgAD BY 100,000 ACTUAL - FARMERS EACH WEEK- Land Ltoffif of America.. per yew. In clubs of 4 or ^ Sieeach. 3 year, for $1. «« : 1 i—■" THB OKBAT APFEiB CNUUT TO DS OHXT BBCAUaB WB 4KB OK OU* XHSBt — XJTt 01 ARISE. TA. ffiCfcET, Editor and Owner 60c per year; elube of four or mor <40 weeks) 26e If this Number la oppcaite aq/> your name your subscrip /«jO lion expires next issue JtaUrtd M MMnd-nhtM uttw Jmiy l mi, at the poatoffie* at Halletu «40a, T«, ul« aat af Mar. t, 1171. \ ■ ' • * /}.*•> ssaaeaasoB,, i.jm.I ... _ i <*• UALLETTSV1LLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1916. No 236 Revolution (Note — Carlo De Fornaro is considered one of the ablest and most impartial students of Mexi- can affairB in the world today. He flrrrt came into prominence when he published a book in New York in 1911 exposing the despotism of Diaz, with the result, first, that the ' long arm of Diaz suc- ceeded In placing him in jail in New York on a charge of "sland- ering" the unspeak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 January 1916

/'■< ■' "i;*' Wtr:> ^ ,<i SB -T—rr^ i . •. . itJi.y.i- iffP —. ■ | KB i Jm I I I I fe >t j f: 1' 1$': I 1 If; I lb i LV< ■ I i tiw blood, raoe and needs of the In- dian, and not a constitution oopied from that of Franoe or the United States "It seems to me that the defence of all the reactionaries and conser- vatives is that of clamoring for the immediate application of the law, as soon as they find themselves de- feated. "I BELIEVE that if at the piesent moment we are to apply a constitutional government, the ob- ject of the Evolution will be ruin- ed." . Besides the questions of reforms, there is the international question which is worrying the United States a« well as the European in- vestors. Carranza has always pro- tected the foreigners, their lives and interests; in times of revolu tion, for obviouB reasons. As far as the destruction of property and the great sums of indemnization to be paid, besides the foreign and internal debts, there is no doubt, once Mexic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 January 1916

• State Office Notes. Hit, — W. T. WEBB, State Secretary, Cisco, Texas. OIANT FALLS It waa a shook indeed to the many thousands of Socialist and personal friendg of our late Com- [rade, J. O. Welday, when they heard of his untimely death at Oklahoma City was just 0>tj , ■ , iiwuuig me unuie oi life— 35 Hare "as been v_r a j be «niov Cm**. Kate Bichard. O'ttai ^ SwUl*. Jf^ SfI will start out on a tour that will T ™ at 111 be married Wednesday, the day of take her around the circle touching * ° °° a ^ W' ?' his <*<-'ath to Mis* Todd, the daugh- fnllnwmtf nomtfl. "e extend a cordial invitation toL _ _:n: : $L-: SATE o'hare southwest- ERN tour. About the middle of January Kate O'Hare at Temple. i j w i«. Temple, Tel., Jan. 24 1916 t l ^ , Comrade Kate O'Hare h« La H*"* the, pnme,of W. C. MUNN COMPANY Texas Greatest Department Store the following points. Mulberry, Kans., January 15. Garden City, Ktftis., January 17. Quymon, Okla, January 19. Tueumcari. N. M., January 20. Floydad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 January 1916

!. &"*''•*'■' ":vy- -■4- W. L. Parker, is another Chil- dren county voter who gets his eyes open and want* the Rebel for himself and neighbors a doUar's worth. A Delta county Reb named H.M. Neal remits for a bunch of subs and sayg the Metal does the work. T. M. PaebUn helped reorganize the local atiaatWarfflj Texas, and then felt to (M tfca$ he rounded up a bunch of five for the Fight- ing paper. • /" M. V. Moore, of Hunt county, wants four of his neighbors to get the truth white-hot from the shoul- der, . ^ * 1 - i James Sanders, a Comanche county brave, with war-whoops that made the Donks shiver, made a raid at DeLeon last Saturday and secured ten scalps for the R* Mk N. R. King, secretary of local Fairbanks Alaska, writes: "A few copie,, of The Rebel havs recently reached Fairbanks. They are the first we have seen here, and am sending you a list of subs secured by Comrade Adolph Olson of Id- eal Fairbanks." Ths comrade from the far north sends 13 subscribers, four of whom tak...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 February 1916

v.- • - ■•■•7— • ■.?"-zjrr*f- >•<* *.■ ■ • ■ . # *w$M$ "v'-: r,^1' '•■ ■■■ j ■■ -~lI ■■),■>■ .■..<!^?"M-:' ' C- ;■ , '■•„ ■''if' \ T' '" ' • V .-> SjS « &S&! w ./ • '■i&iwBfl .1 . V , m rf THE ^£BEL #C44 H K*M & ACTUAL FARMERS EACH WEEK- Offm fmd hm$m of Am$hc%. 50a ptr year. In jelnbs of 4 or «* 16s sesfc. 8 year, for tt. a s® Amu CDOAt TO 01 OKLT MOAUU WB ARB OK OUE DTBBS — LBT U ARIKB. T.A. HICKEY, Editor and Owner 50c per Jcmt; clubs of four or more (40 weeks} 25c If this Number is oppo®t*. yoar name jour snbscrip JLo / tiou expires next issue . ...,.. ,..... HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATVHDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1916. No. 236 Scared Stiff. The new National 0 s paper celled the published at the official orgaa .... Jsa. B. Ferguson, in its issue under 18-point headline that: "Democratic Laxity twuu^e Socialism in Texas." The editor goes on to seyi ■: ««1 I If the differences between the two dominant pertiee are sufficiently great to form an . opposing party to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 February 1916

Aw* m ■ Navy League Unmasked. PRAYERS FOB PEACE AND imany, MORE QUN&k • {a thousand by actual cdunt ■va.:. :^i mmubp They an probably l«ai than (By Luke North.) (Extracts from Speech of 0. H. Tavenner, of Illinois, in the Houm of Representatives, Wednesday, December 15, 1915.) 1 believe in giving credit to whom ia credit due. For instance, ;hc guuOemen bjwk of the Navy I cogue, in my opinion, deserve full credit, for the sentiment that has been aroused in the large manu- facturing centerg and other parts of the United States for the pro- posed $500,000,000 bond issue for battleships that the Navy League hfta been advocating. I am in favor of giving the Navy League full credit and also full responsibility. On November 19 I made the gtatoraent, publicly, that 1 intend- ed to introduce in Congress a re- solution to investigate the Navy League and to require J. P. Mor- gan, one of the directors of the League, to take the responsibility of testifying under oath as to whether he is in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 February 1916

7 ' W. f? -v.'; ^ • - -It-.r ' Aj. >*;.&> *VV " . , ? £*#£$ ' ^jsrwv-m: ti-j' ■- v- . ~FW?7 W w, '■ ' "v '• % I yi-L rP /' ' ". i: . I Sii State Office Notes. imp* a~^ .«** --.V :- «. -■ •-• —T>~> ■ • ' ' JjL* T. WBBB, State Secretary, Cisco, Texas. •• * ' — •fkiriimik District. Mrs. R JWj Canton, of Denton, it couducti g a referendum for - ^£4$$ >..-■:?t .:;H¥ II; r I# ;rM of 13th Diet, W. of Wellington, having Secretaries in said dis- r report to Mrs. E. W. Carlton, Denton, Tex., until her •accessor is elected. • • • H. G. Parker, county secretary <tf Coleman county, sends in re- port with instructions to Bend him $20.30 worth of due stamps. Go- ing some! rw«w-Vt/- ' ^ Red Riv^r County. Please announce a mass meeting to be held at the court house at 1 p. m. Feb. 14th for the purpose of electing county chairman and ar- ranging for socialist election judges in each toting precinct, al- to to lay plans for getting out county ticket and arranging plans for an enc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 February 1916

# •# &$ ;v fcAvKrvLdl tfj ■ II'I- m m mm OUR REBS. W. 8. Roeooe, ft Goliad m.mUr- at-large, remit* for four. 0. D. Waggoner, Cottle oounty: remembers The Rebel and we ex- pect to hear from him again, • • • E. E. Patridge, proprietor of the ▼alloy View farm, Jackson county, •endaaa dollar for three yean, R. A. Qooch is anothe Oklahoma Bab who ia using Rebel shells with deadly effect. • • • B. W. Samford ia one of the Pa- nola county militants who remem- bers us and will dot it again. • • • • H. P. Nutt, one of the veteran Reba of Runnels oounty, sends four just to keep his hand in. • • • T. W. Thomas sends ft dollar for a bundle of four to be used on the Donks in the Bourbon town of Brenham, • • • 0. R. Brooks renews for three years ($1) and orders The Rebel gent to several of his neighbors who are on the fence. ' —• • • • Four subs from I. J. Patter- son to help the Rebel in its work of stirring up the land slates of Matagorda county. • • • Bessie Quails is a Mills county lady c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 February 1916

•. - W-;r'p<si THE REBEL BEAD BY 100,000 ACTUAL FARMERS EACH WEEK- Ifomd Lmgm of Ammitm. ..; --i[y kiiW ' T.A tilCKBY, Editor and Omw 50e DM 7«r; eluba of more (40 weh) 25c * If thia Number Is opposite your name your aubscri? tion expirea next «ue Ma par ymx. In dabs of 4 or man each. 3 year, for H. " "W*V'... ..... -4 ' ■ l*tj h it the poetefftn d Mt «r Mm. i, im HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1916. No. 237 In Oklahoma. Meitzen v. Ously ■ ■■ • The Socialists have for years contended that the system under which we are living is topsy turvy and upside down and we have presented many fundamental reasons to prove oar contention. But alas for the immutability of man, he is prone to hang to the t)i> v t 'a> arc. The average man has a static condition of the mind Because our fathers fought there- fore we fight in Europe and then again because our fathers raised cotton we raise cotton in Texas and the south. Occasionally a man stops in the cotton row and asks this qu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 February 1916

& nps . r. • I , p I r. If, rS{ K'' ' 5 '•'j I- M t ki.sfi-« '! T 1' I 1 ■■,'■ ■■■ 'v, i . ;•'< /■ -J&#' 1 ■ j | : 1 r !# fi k I ! mmmmm r—• >T ■■ ' ■' ■ ' * • ./■'•>}. wipf :. v>| ":j- 2 li '^'•>:V ; i-'v; sSv . . ■ -^.V" ,.'._■ ; London's Speech Jn Congress. Mayer London, the Socialist congressman from New York City, Km Uken tho, House of Rep men- tativea by atom. Ho la an ideal Social!at jpoogressman for whom tha Socialiat* of the nation have long looked for. In the early daya of ouf atrug- K 1« to aecure political power we looked forward to the day when the Socialiat congroasmcn would batter to pieces by logio, wit, In- vective, aarcnara and aclence tho rodoubta of tho enemy that now holds poaaoaaion of the congrea- aional fort, London hn« lived up to our id- oil and ho iitroiig Ima he made him aclf that he waa honored by tho Enemy by placing him in tho chair of the IIou'-c dur- ing one the recent aeaaiona, the firat time n reprcaentative of« the working c...

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