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hours in private conference with Gov. Ferris at his home in Big Rapids. So
I could imagine how McNaughton talked about the miners to the governor
of Michigan, a good soul who has been a school teacher all his life, yet
can't find a way to. help the miners and their families in their war with capi
tal up in the northern peninsula.
Annie Clemenc is more of an American in my esteem than the spine
less but well-meaning governor of Michigan. And as manhood goes, she's
M, more of a man in fighting quality, in sand, in courage, in heroism than
I believe Annie Clemenc would make a better governor of Michigan
than Ferris will that is, better for humanity. If she couldn't find law in
-the books to help humanity, she would do it with her bare hands, law or
I have no patience with governors, judges or presidents who won't
move for humanity until they find a law that tells them wha"t they can
legally do. Annie Glemenc isn't afraid to die. Nor is she afraid to laugh
at rotten laws that were made by kept tools of plutocracy to make property
more precious than human life and liberty.
,If Annie Clemenc is in that dirty little jail now, the American flag
would be better off on top of that jail than over some court house Where
she is, ther,e is the love ''of liberty and the courage to fight for it
And I shall not be surprised any day to read that Annie Clemenc has
been murdered by the hired murderers imported by the mine managers from
the slums of New York to help enslave the miners of the copper country.
If she is, it will be because she can find no protection under the Amer
ican flag she carries.
SHERIFFS BODY FOUND AT
CALUMET SIX ARRESTED
Calumet, Mich., Oct. 8. The body
of Deputy Sheriff James Polack, who
has been doing guard duty in con
nection with the strike of 16,000 cop
per miners, was found on the Huron
town road with two bullets in the
head and the body -flisfigured with
bruises and bites.
Ten strikers have been arrested on
suspicion and one of them was form
ally charged with the murder.
Joseph Marinich, an Austrian min
er, was probably fatally wounded in
a fight which followed Polack's mur
The strikers succeededin prevent
ing the strikebreakers at the Baltic
mine going to work this morning, but
five women were arrested for attack
ing a woman and one man was taken
on the charge of carrying concealed
John Kocjan, who has actively op
posed the women strike sympathizers
and strikers, is scheduled for early
Thursday morning In Calumet.
Mounted militia will be on hand to
Lansing, Mich Upon application
of attorneys for the Calumet & Hecla
Mining Company the Michigan Su
preme Court today issued an order
upon Circuit Judge O'Brien of
Houghtonjrequiring him to renew a
temporary injunction against picket
ing by striking copper miners in the
Upper Peninsula. Judge O'Brien dis
solved the Injunction last week. The
high court also ordered Judge
O'Brien to show cause why the in
junction should not be made permanent.
THREE HURT IN BATTLE
Trinidad, Col. Three persons
were wounded in a three hour battle
between mine guards and strike sym
pathizers -at Ludlow yesterday,-dur-
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