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WARRANTS FOR TWELVE
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United States - Commissioner
Foote last "night signed warrants
for the arrest of "Frank-M. Ryan,
president of'the International As
sociation of ,Bridge and Struc
tural Iron Workers, R. H. Houli
han, secretary of .the Chicago lo
cal of the same union, and 10
The signing of the warrants
was kept secret until this after
noon. All of them are based on
. Frank M. Ryan.
President International Associa
tion of Bridge and Structural
the indictments returned by the
federal grand jury at Indiana
polis and charge complicity in
the "'dynamite conspiracy."
Officials of the department of
justice said that they planned ar
resting those "against whom war
rants have been issued, tomorrow.
All of those who have been
named in connection with the
warrants are expecting to be ar
rested. They are not worrying
t Indianapolis, Ind.,. Feb. 13.
"The federal authorities can find
me here in Indianapolis any
time they want me," said Frank
M. Ryan, when told that a war
rant for" his arrest in connection
with the "dynamite conspiracy"
had been issued at- Chicago.
"I am not afraid of the charge,
and -I can-prOve my innocence of
my connection' with the dynamit
ingsof John' J. McNamaraV -
Assistant Federal District At
torney Nichols 'expressed' sur
prise when told of the warrants
for the arrqst' of Ryan and Houli
han. "This office has ordered no ar
rests in the dynamite cases yet,"
he said. "There must have been
Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 13."
Clarence E. Dowd, business
agent of the local machinists'
union, was arrested on a federal
warrant in connection with the
"dynamite conspiracy" investi
gated at Indianapolis.
Love's life is cast in pleasant
He's blind and cannot see.
The verses on his Valentines
That scan so shamefully.
When a man sews a button on.
his pants all by himself he struts
around the office as if he had in
vented an airship.
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