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THE NIGHT IS ALREADY TOO LONG!
DEATH TO PEONAGE! DOWN WITH TENANTRYII U Bg k "
Free Ships, Free Farms, Free Forests, Free Workshops the World Over! Organization Is Po w er r ..M ..MM.. M. rr. . ,
FELLOWORKERSI UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDOED WE FAIL! Tbru to mla 6 tFro UMIM TBau
THELMBERJK
"AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL."
Viu,.N 1 "MiirT is l4ir" NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1913 "TRUTH CONQUERS" NUMBER
MEN
WAWTED "
OR TEumber Trust War.
Lumber Workers Defense Fund.
Under The Reign of "Law and Ordf tr."
Lumber Trust War.
Lumber Workers Defense Fund.
'." clFel.o,,hw-worke.r Jan,,.s onovan % is shot through the head at Bonner on ,.Jm 171th, while on pi,.ket duty and now
, li,'s at, the hospital un'os,'ious 'od at the pont ,iof death. The five pickets, ]Davenplort, Ford. Tellyer, Parish and
t'an (iamph.ll . erwith him and were 'r(.sted ,anod an attempt is being made t, fa.stein, the blame of this* affair on
fi lh-I. But as I )onovan was';m shot on the left side and the company lumber yard e'nce was on that side, it is far more
Slprobable hat hle was shot by a gunman on the inside of the fence.
:An atteptll will be miade to railroad these men and it is up to us to prevent this. It is absolutely necessary to
have, fundsh for the legal defense of these men., STRIKE COMMITTEE, BIox 912, Missoula, Mont.
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Re The Lumberjack
Ahlilress iHs 'h:I'lneEI to 335 ('arn
Il,'' ,tr,,,t. t N , Orlf ans, ,:.I fr, ,tr
thi. i.ss u I', lh,,, d , il m ail x1,,l
flI,11I1'1' for 'III s. J dlti 1I1r:Ln t i Ins t'I. | : II v,'
Y ,iirs It  \i . ('. II.
Ball Woodsmen Strike
.\ll x,,,m ,,r 1in at 111 l it , x1l1,ut no;O
1lh'1l ;l1r it. t N o 1i1,. in \\'u ll¢,l1 1r at
t ill. \\ h i, I 11,1. fi, l'. , ,, Ill ;1}" )111t I
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i\ I, 1i f , i t. :1 :a'II, t iik \h1 h
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Pollock Strike
It 'I \l ii r . .i I.ill, 3. l- '.;11
.\ Ia s it t , 1 r 'i.,, i. , ' :,1 : '.I 11n,,,
11( 1' T he n 1'111 1111 i'01 for t h1 1,1 !'11
thle two weeks' pay day; the result was
a si rik. I Be sure and tell all the rebels
at New Orleans. Tell them to picket
tle e.rilloym, enrit ,fli,'es. I arn notify
i:m tle, w,,rkers at St. Louis and Little
I,.o'k to pic.ket the emiployment oflices.
Yours to win, JAY SMITII,
Secretary, Southern District.
,Gaines Held Incommunicado
Merryville, La., July 1, 1913.
In regards to the man jn Lake
'harles jail; on tlm 13 of June, I.
l :,ines, a 'olhoredI fellow-worker wasL
ar,.rstelI hire; k.ept in this cooler until
Monrilay lI;th twhen taken to D)e Rid
I r; kept there thlire or four days; andl
,.t t,, Lake ('Charles. All this time no
,,ie was allowed to see him. lie is said
ti Ie charged with tlhrowing dynamnite
init, Ihi rr,, ,er piarter's M the Bullpen.
I/, f, lu,-u 'r!Ie r w.is si( k in brd u he n
'l, /' ~rirdr ,s stid to hI'er hapllt(rd,
: hs .,..eel witniese.s teo prove it.
S. S. 44.
Puget Sound Strike Off
Sea;ttle,. July 3. 1913.
I' fl. w-workers .\t a spec"ial mass
ln,.,tienu for the oeeasion it has bleen
no,,t d t, call off thMtrike of the loggers
and lumber workers of the Puget Sound
r,,gi.n. This action was taken in view
of the fa.t that with the limited amount
of m1,en remaining to do pic'ket duty,
Itc., it was impossible to take care of
the vatl territory whic.h was in thA
striiKe zoIne. This dwindling away of
nII'l who are on strike to A]ter regions
is ,one of the most rious dra bha'ks
therei' is to strikes of mligratory workers
,of the West.
W\'e haveI', how*',r, sueceeeded in doing
a Zgreater amount of agitation for the
,.iglt-hoIur day and better conditions in
.a1psIiS dIlringn the mIontlhs that the strike
was Ion. than wouVld have been Alone in
a .var ni,.r ,ordinary 'condition.s. The
mn1, will return with a delterrnination
ti, lIirf.t( thel organiz/ation. while this
.strikl, inl itself will do, munch to better
the giZnral condit ions. ct'. W'e have'
1lint ic 'll as su n -'eI sftvl s \e' would have
liked to h;ave hee, in this first skirmish.
Inut then ,one attle losIt does not mean
Ihn' fi..ght is ,ver. We are on thie battle
line, tlihting. harder than ever with our
whi , ýr anitf iont intact.
\Vith hst wishes. I am Yours for
ltlin'trial F'reedom.
Frc.ANI R. S(lrrEiS. StIc'ty.
(',ontinued on 'Page 4.
Marine Transport Workers
Strike Still Unbroken.
SOLIDARITY OF UNITED UNIONS UNSHAKEN.
Fruit Trust Officers In New Orleans Said To Be Standinu In
Way of Settlement.
Max Ausland Killed Early Tuesday Morning by Philip
Ferraro, Bartender In a Nigger Saloon.
"White Supremacy" Press, As Usual, Lays Blame on Unionists.
Ferraro Released on $2500 Bond and Fellow-workers
Williams Anderson, Robert Hopkins, Joseph Herne and
John Johnson Failing To Give $25, Bond, Are Sent
To Prison Under Charges of "Shooting At With
Intent To Commit Msres" . /
Crews of Steamships Parismina and Turrialba Released From
Prison. Nothing Against Them.
APPEAL OF UNITED SEAMEN'S DEFENSE LEAGUE.
Forty-three members of the United Unions are in jail charged with "incit
ing to riot;" three of them under additional charges of "carrying concealed
weapons'' and one, Fellow-worker Frank Prego, charged with "shooting at with
intent to kill." All the wounded and imprisoned men are your brothers, and
are held by the master class to be punished for loyalty to you, the workers.
They must be defended by any and every means. We appeal to you to
immrnedia y rush funds to Secretary G. l'erez, at 307 N. Peters street, New
Orleans, .a., to aid in the defense.
Yours for the solidarity of the working class.
THE UNITED SEAMEN'S UNIONS OF THE PORT OF Naw Oaz.wia.
HUMANE FRUIT TRUST.
It is reported that the United Fruit
(ompany will make a rule not to let
people who are seeing off their friends
on outgoing ships go aboard in the
future.
"That's wise. When you are part
ing from those you may never see
again, it ought to be done in private."
KILLING OF AUSLAND
About nmidnight 'l'uesday morning
the! third Seaimaiu to die in the fight on
the I'niltd Fruit Trust for a living
wage was killed near the corner of S.
Peters street and IlolArd avenue. lie
was Max Ausland, a firemnal. lie was
killed Iy I'hilip Farraro, bartender of
a nigger saloon on the river front.
The " White Stupremacy " press
states that the boys were
schasing some black men they took
to be nigger s.abs; that the supposed
scabs ran into the dive and implored
Ferraro to "lprotect them;" this the
"White Supremacists" say the "hero'
(who looks like a cross between a black
hand and a lumber trust gunman),
did by killing Analand and wounding
William Anderson. Ferraro, accord
ing to the "White Supremacy" press,
did'411 his shooting in "self-defenas,"
from, says the "States," "an aperture
ocvr Ihis door." Further on it says:
"The bullet which killed Ausland en
tered the left side of the back under
the shoulder blade, and passed through
the heart. Death was instantaneous."
As Ferraro's dive is on S. Peters
street, about the middle of the block,
as Aueland's body was found around
the corner about 50 feet up Howard
arenue, his death being "instantan
c,us," we would like to know how
Ferraro shot him from the divet
Again, how was it possible for Fer
raro to shoot Ansland in the "back"
when, ac*ording to his own statement,
he fired on the boys only whe they
pe'rsited in their attack on his gatet
Shelre, according to the "Item," is
Feraro's own statement.
Says the "Item":
"Ferraro Makes Statement."
"My father and I were checking up
the register about midnight Monday,
Continued on Page 4.

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