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Indianapolis Indiana Socialist Party Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 1, 1913, Indianapolis, IndianaI v in a it vol. 3 if Indianapolis Indiana july 1913 dates for speakers. A a a the following dates have been made for the speakers listed below. Some of the dates May be changed after this list appears but most of them will stand locals desiring to reach speakers on the Road should write them two or three Days in Advance at general delivery. O. M. Thomason. Centerville aug. 13 Richmond 14 co Myersville 15 Newcastle 16 Indianapolis 17 Rushville 18 Shelbyville 19 Westport 20 Osgood 21 Versailles 22 Madison 23-24 Vevay 25 Seymour 26 Mitchel 27 Medora 28 West Baden 29 Bedford 30 Oolitic 31 Bloomington sept. 1 Harrodsburg 2 Martinsville 3 Spencer 4 Cloverdale 5 Parksville 6-7-8-9 Samen 10 Henryville 11 Jeffersonville 12 new Albany 13 Louisville ky., 14 Palmyra 15 new Middleton 16.lotta Burke. Newtonville aug. 13 it. Vernon 14 Princeton 15 Vincennes 16-17 Washington 18 Bedford 19 Oolitic 20 Bloomington 21 Bloomfield 22 Worthington 23 Linton 24 Dugger 25 Hymera 26 Jasonville. 27 Coalmont 28 West Terre haute 29 Terre haute 30-31 Linton sept. I Staunton 2 Brazil 3 Clay City 4 Cloverdale 5 Indianapolis 6 Muncie 7 Richmond 8. James of Neal. Tipton aug. 13 Elwood 14 Kokomo 15-16 Marion 17 Dunkirk 18 Redkey 19 Montpelier 20 Portland 21 Sala Monia 22 Alexandria 23 Anderson. 24 Richmond 25 Connorsville 26 new Castle 27 Rushville 28 Greensburg 29 Columbus 30 new Albany 31 Louisville ky., sept. 1 Jeffersonville 2 Georgetown 3 Corydon 4 Middletown 5 Huntington 6 Evansville 7-8 Princeton 9 Vincennes 10. S. S. Condo. Michigantown aug. 13 Frankfort 15 Lebanon 15 Veedersburg 16 Covington 17-18 Attica 19-20 Boswell 21-22 Otterbein 23 Pulaski county 24-25-26-27-28-29 Windfall 30 Claypool sept. 1 Burkett 2 Warsaw 3 Dekalb county 4-56-7-8-9-10 Goshen 11 elkhart., 12. Ira c. Tilten. ,. Hammond sept. 1 East Chicago 2 Indiana Harbor 3 Gary 4 lamp Porte 5 South Bend 6-7-8 Elkhart 9-10 Millers Burg 11 Kendall Ville 12 Angola 13 it. Wayne 14 Huntington 15. Florence Wattles. Tipton september 1 Hillisburg 2 Lebanon 3 Crawfordsville 4 Lafayette 5-6 Winnaman 8 Logansport 9 Peru 10 Wabash 11 Huntington 12 it. Wayne 13 Grant county 15-16-17. Reports of speakers. M Otto f. Branstetter a report for july shows the following Nineteen Days in the Field and 16 meetings receipts for lectures $67.50 literature sales $25.80 total $93.30. Expenses r. R. Fare $19.25 hotel $18.45 salary $66.50 miscellaneous 30 cents total $104.50 deficit $11.20. Number l comparison of Reg pets. The monthly bulletin will contain in each Issue a comparison of the great current Montic with the preceding month and for the same month the preceding year. The comparison will include the receipts and the membership report will be made whether a Iosub or gain is shown. Gains cannot be shown every month As circumstances Are bound to Rise that bring reverses but the comparisons will be interesting and will be a Good Index of the party activity. The is a comparison of the receipts for july 1912 and 1913. 7 1 u july 1919 hhhhhih$348.46 it dues. Supplies. Literature. 9.93 he 37.66 donation. 56.29 a july my $267.00 6.14 5.00 miscellaneous i Totah 26.90 18$479.12 comparison of june and july. June 1913$259.75 4.2? dues. Supplies. Literature. 3.25 totals $167.22 membership report. June 1913 paid up. 1027 admitted. 63 total on Roll. 1611 literature sold. $58.11 propaganda meetings. 24 $278.14 july 1913 $267.00 to 6, 5.00 278.14 july 1015 1067 91 2420 $120.83 48 class struggles. Our fortress can withstand every assault it cannot be stormed nor taken from us by siege it can Only fall when we ourselves open the doors to the enemy and take him into our ranks As a fellow Comrade. Growing out of the class struggle our party rests upon a class struggle As a condition of its existence. Through and with that struggle the party is unconquerable without it the party is lost for it will have lost the source of its strength. Whoever fails to understand this or thinks that the class struggle is a dea4 Issue or that class antagonism is gradually being effaced stands upon he basis of Bourgeois philosophy. We. Liebknecht. Labor Day engagements. A number of labor Day engagements have been made by the state office for speakers in the state. Lotta Burke will speak at Linton together with Carl d. Thompson of the information department of the National office. State Secretary Henry will speak at Dugger on the same Day where the miners will hold a big. Celebration. Dugger is in the heart of the Sullivan county Coal Field and Many miners will be in attendance. James Oneal has been engaged by the labor organizations of Louisville ky., As the speaker of the Day
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