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. STRIKEBREAKING MAGNATES GET .READY TO PICK UP
i BIG MONEY IN THE COAL STRIKE"
We uish to call your attention to the present labor
situation in the coal mining industry. y
Should a stride take place we are in a position tc fur
nish yeu with guards or special policemen for the preserva
tion of life and property.
We can further furnish all classes of non-onion help
to take the places of men on strike. .
Should you wish to be relieved of the responsibility we
can take entire charg' of the situation, establish a regular
military system, and feed and lodge all help.
We wish. to call your attention to the fact that we are
positively the w
Bureau in the' World.
Among the hundreds ofistnkes which we have success-
fully lwoken we might mention the following : . Pressed
Steel Car strike at M cKees Rocks, Pittsburgh; Philadelphia
trolley strikes; Lehigh Valley RR. Co., Delaware & Hud-
1 son Co.; Central RR. of New Jersey; New York, On
tario & Western; Vermont Central RR.; Baltimore &
Ohio RR.; Baldwin Locomotive Works, and the Eric RR.
Our offices can be reached night and day by telephone
and. should jou desire any further information wc would
be glad to send representative.
Strike Service and Labor Adjusters
New York: 140 Liberty Street.
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, Chicago: IB West Randolph Street
-TckrhMM. traakUa 101 fcESS!?V-.
Advertisement of Bergoff Bros., who are trying to pick up business
among coal operators
Those jackale of industry the
professional strikebreakers are
getting ready to pick up big mon
ey in the coming' great convulsion
in the coal industry ' " ,
In a spread eagle advertise
ment widely circulated, . Bergoff
Bros., claiming to be the 'largest
strikebreaking bureau ,in the
world", offer., to. take, entire