Page images
PDF
EPUB

Page. 592 592 593 594 595 596 597 597 598 599 599 600 600 601 601 603 603 603 604 604 605 606 360 410 500 495 242 475 279

Leader, Milwaukee, editorial from—Continued.

May 24, 1917-
May 25, 1917-
May 28, 1917.
June 6, 1917-
September 7, 1917.
September 8, 1917-
December 28, 1917_
January 7, 1918_
April 6, 1917-
June 18, 1918.
June 19, 1918-
September 19, 1917-
August 28, 1917-
June 27, 1918.
July 19, 1918.
August 6, 1918
August 9, 1918.
August 30, 1918_
September 9, 1918
September 30, 1918_
October 4, 1918_

October 9, 1918_
Liberty bonds, editorial on..
Lincoln, Abraham, extract of speech of.-
"Lincoln and Free Speech," by Theodore Roosevelt_
Lodge, Senator Henry Cabot, extract from speech of_
London, Meyer, resolution of_.
Lundeen, Congressman Ernest, extract from speech of..
McAdoo, William G., Secretary, address of__
McLogan, Harry R., counsel for contestant, Joseph P. Carney:

Opening statement
Statement in rebuttal_

Cross-examination of contestee, Victor L. Berger.
McCulloch, Congressman R. C., extract from speech of.
Madison Square Garden, speech at_
Magazine, La Follette's, extract from.
Mail, New York Evening, article from.
Mail, New York Evening, article from.
Mason, Congressman Wm. E., extract from speech of_
Metropolitan Magazine, article by Theodore Roosevelt
Milwaukee Leader case, transcript of record in--
Milwaukee Sentinel, article from_--
Mondell, Congressman F. W., extract from speech of_
Monitor, Christian Science, article from..
Moon resolution, answer to---
Morin, Congressman J. M., extract from speech of..

Mysterious Stranger, The," extract from -
National Socialist convention.--
Nixon, Juror Thomas, affidavit of__
Norris, Senator George W., extracts from speech of_
Parker, Theodore, extract from speech of_
Philadelphia North American, editorial in..
Philipp, E. L., governor of Wisconsin, letter from.
Pinchot, Amos, letter of.---
Post, New York Evening, texts of secret treaties..
Post, Chicago Evening, article from..
President, appeal to--
Reavis, Congressman C. F., extract from speech_.
Republican, The (Chicago), extract from -
Roberts, Congressman E. E., extract from speech of_
Roosevelt, Theodore, article by
Rose, Judge, decision of_.
Russell, Charles Edward, extracts from article by-
Sentinel, Milwaukee, speech.--
Sherman, Senator L. Y., extract from speech of_.
Sisson, Congressman T. U., extract from speech of..

[graphic]

42 139 292 486 355 567 612 614 475 500 503

456 489, 494, 495

616 537 496 457 255 Page.

650 469, 487, 497

410 366 377 419 617 617 248 474 565 474 500 368 564 608

484 481, 497

Sloan, Congressman C. H., extract from speech of_

474
Socialists and the War, by William English Walling, extracts from. 199
Stone, Senator William J., extract from speech of_

471, 488
Sumner, Charles, extract from speech of

410
Testimony, outline of

152
Thomas, Congressman R. Y., jr., extract from speech of_

481
Thomas, Elizabeth H..

364
Thomas, Senator C. S., extract from speech of...

497
Times, New York, article from.-

366
Trachtenberg, Alexander..

235
Treaties, texts of as revealed at Petrograd.

617
Twain, Mark.

457
Untermyer, Samuel, extract from address of

373
Vardaman, Senator James K., extract from speech of..

478, 486, 498
Vorwarts, German Socialist organ, extracts from ---

406
Walling, William English

199
War program adopted by National Socialist convention..

255
Webster, Daniel, extracts from speech of----

410
Wilson, President, extracts from addresses of_--

449
Wise, Congressman J. W., extract from speech of_-

485
Wolfson, Leo, affidavit of..

365
World, New York, articles from..

458

APPENDIX A.
Notice of intention to contest_
Answer to notice of intention to contest...
Appearances for contestant: Harry R. McLogan..
Appearance for contestee: Henry Cochems.
Certificate of notary--
Officer before whom depositions were taken : Henry J. Bendinger-
Service of notice to contest_
Testimony for contestant..
Witnesses for contestant:

Carney, Joseph P.

Regan, M. J.---
Witness for contestee: Berger, Victor L----

837
850
850
853
853
867
866
866

867
893
896

EXHIBITS.

854
855
858
862

863
903

904

904

Exhibit 2.—War issue held paramount for spring election --
Exhibit 3.-War and militarism.--
Exhibits 4-7.-Current topics discussed by Victor L. Berger.
Exhibit 8.—Justice in war time_.
Exhibits 9 and 10.—Platform of Victor L .Berger, candidate for United

States Senator on the Socialist ticket.
Contestant's Exhibit 1.-Subpæna and return of service.-
Contestant's Exhibit 2.-Drawing entitled “How Long?” Omitted in

printing --
Contestant's Exhibit 3.—Drawing entitled “Doing His Bit." Omitted in

printing
Contestant's Exhibit 4.-Notice of taking depositions on part of con-

testant
Contestant's Exhibit 5.—Stipulation -
Contestant's Exhibit 6.-Application to issue writ of subpæna.
Contestant's Exhibit 7.-Editorial in Milwaukee Leader of April 13, 1917-
Contestant's Exhibit 8.-Interview of Victor L. Berger in Milwaukee

Leader, April 14, 1917–
Contestant's Exhibits 9–25.-—Editorials in Milwaukee Leader of various

dates
Contestant's Exhibits 26-31.–Article appearing in American Socialist,

April 21, 1917-

904
904
905
906

906

906

912

Page. 915

915

915

915

Contestant's Exhibit 32.—Editorial in Milwaukee Leader, June 20, 1917--
Contestant's Exhibit 33.-Interview with Victor L. Berger in Milwaukee

Leader, January 12, 1918_-
Exhibits 34-38.–Articles by Victor L. Berger in Milwaukee Leader of

various dates
Contestant's Exhibits 39 and 40.--Part of addresses delivered by Victor

L. Berger , March 26 and 27, 1918-------
Contestant's Exhibit 41.-Advertisement appearing in the American

Socialist, April 21, 1917-
Contestant's Exhibit 42.—Copy of American Socialist, Chicago, Saturday,

April 21, 1917. Omitted in printing---
Contestant's Exhibit 43.—Copy of tabular statement of congressional vote

in fifth district of Wisconsin at the general election of 1918Contestant's Exhibit 44.—Article authorized and paid for by F. W. Reh

feld, Milwaukee, Wis_--

916

916

918

918

HEARINGS

BEFORE THE

SPECIAL COMMITTEE

APPOINTED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF HOUSE RESOLUTION
NO. 6 CONCERNING THE RIGHT OF VICTOR L. BERGER
TO BE SWORN IN AS A MEMBER OF THE

SIXTY-SIXTH CONGRESS

[merged small][graphic][merged small]
« PreviousContinue »