STARVATION IN RUSSIA HAS MADE, CZAR? S
. Victims, morrible. earth-eaters, t
7SAYS MARY BOYLE OtRElLLY
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VOL.3, NO. 21 Chicago, Wednesday, Oct -22, 1913 . - 0NECENT
MONSTER STRIKEBREAKING AGENCY
IS EXPOSED BY WrER
CqrzesponflenceSigne'd by Archibald, Motion of: -me
Wadaell - Mqhpn ; Corporation, xf Strikebreakers 1
- 'Offers Assistance in 'Case of Trouble ci?tyichita' .
Falls-reives Interesting , References.. r.
The Day Book has unearthed absolute evidence of the gigan.tic?-naioiH
wide conspiracy to destroy union lbor, througti'the medium of "Vl national
army of strikebreaker mdiarfjof the Waddel-Mjahon corporation. ,,
A letter, signed by, Archibald Mahon, treasurer of the Waddell-Mahoa.
corporation, is now in possession of the International-Brotherhood of Black-
smiths' and, Boilermakers' Union. It came into their ' possession -flurihg
theft recent convention inTSedaTIa,jHo. , '
.The letter is anffer to 'break a strike.' It points witlTpride to the
' several strikes ,in which their guards have managed to destroy union, labor
in various plants throughout the 'country -and install non-union 'or open
shops. 9 ,i&
The .methods, of theWaddell-Mahon gunmen are well-known tothose
who Jiave'followe'd the course-of the Calumet mine strike, where they have
.beaten down men, women and' children. ' , .
The letter warns of the approach of a crisis in industrial affairs xf the
'United-States. And," according to their letter,- theirs is he only practical
way iri:which "to forestall theJnevitable. - ' '
, IV boasts 'thaVthe WesteniFe4ration f iliners is doomed to defeat hi
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