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.FEDERAL ATTORNEY -ALLSjtfcNAMAkA PLOf
MOST DAMNABLE EVER ENTERED INTO v
Arrest of Prominent Labor Leaders Expected, fiourly at
Indianapolis Los Angeles' Politics in Turmoil. '
"TherVis ,no,occas'pn fpr any
persplta -be misled byfale is
sueVin "this cse. -., . t
"this is nqtf a war- between
capital'Spd; Ja"bprr Capitalists
and la.hprers'ipjist amwjILstand
togethVr-ihththiHg.""' ' "
FRO OTHER JOINTS,
' FfoniCfeveljami and New York
cpmefjnessa'ges bnfirbn'ng Mjl-
lerV state Went"" that'the end is
S . . ISA Z.Z .. . - ' -
not vet. t; ,
.Detective ?'Bums,: Captain
WaschVr United States iec'ret
serviceoperative, 'fandr H. , R.
Brady, "secretary of the' local, of
the - Nati6nalErec,tors' - associa
tion, Held'an' alKmo'nring confer
At the' end, a message wag
seht'out from -'the -offices of the
Erectors' 'association. It 'was:'
.,"Look-forrar'rests in Cleveland,
In New "York, Walter Drew,
secretaryof 'the National Erech
. "There arebetween twenty and '
thirty, union men 'over the coun-i
in thcplofto destroy the Los
Angeles Times'and 'other struc
tures; ' "' "
1 "I know-"their names. They, "
know, that I 'know-their names.
There will b'e no 'further arrests
untibthe.grand jury at Indianapo-li;acts,:'-
-:-, -r r ; J -. . ; ,
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 4.
The confession of the McNa
maras is only the beginning of the
sensations in the dynamiting
That was made clear today by
United States District Attorney
Charles W. Miller, in 'his first ex
tended statement in regard to the
"federal probe into the dynamite
Miller minced no words. He
called the dynamite conspiracy in
which the McNamaras -were in
volved "nation-wide." He said
that the people were entitled to
know all the facts in the case,and
that the people would know all
the facts very shortly.
"The investigation of the gov
ernment has revealed the most
"damnable plot ever entered into
in this country," said Miller.
"The time has come when siieh
unsafe leaders as President Gom
pers of the American Federation
"of Labor must be retjred.
"The destruction of life and
property must cease. There must
be a stop to acts of force and vio
lence', and all violaters of the Jaw
must be brought to justice.
"Now is the time for such men
as Frank P. Duffy, 'secretary of
the International Association of
Carpenters an Joiners, who
stand on honest ground in the
labor .movement, -to come- tqthc
front r . ' yajfft