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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1912.
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BOY SCOUT GREETS GEN. BADEN-POWELL
WITH LETTER OF WELCOME FROM TAFT
May, 1906, after declaring as an or
ganization or the "open shop," engag
ed detectives to seek out the identity
of those responsible for Mm explosions.
One of the first Instances of the find
ing of hidden explosives occurred be
fore the erectors organized and follow
ed an attempt to blow up a building
In East Twenty-third street. New York
city. Two men were convicted. One
of thPm confessed to having received
ilSO on one occasion for a "Job," and
$100 for cutting a cable. He told of
the location of 100 one-pound sticks of
dynamite, which subsequently were
found In the Jersey Meadows and tn
the sands at the foot of East Twenty
The erectors continued their Invest!
nations until the sprfng'of 1911, but
while the detectives were working In
rne place the explosions occurred with
more frequency In others. More than a
dozen viaducts, bridges buildings and ;
other construction work, all being
erected by firms employing non-union
labor, had been blown up before Ortie
E. McManlgal appeared on the scene,
and before he began to work with
John J. and James B. McNamara as a
The Investigation of the dynamite
conspiracy, after the pleas of guilty
had been made by the McNamara
brothers, was continued, to ascertain
who else. If anyone, participated In or
(.'Hve financial support to the crimes.
The chief explosions, or attempts,
which were given special attention by
the federal grand Jury were as fol
lows: Summer Miller's Falls., Mass.:
American Bridge company; railroad
Summer New Haven, Conn.: Amer
ican Bridge company; bridge. (At
Jan. 19 New York city; Post & Mc
Cord building. East Twenty-third
street (attempt); two men convicted;
100 pounds of dynamite later found In
Jersey Meadows and in Band at the
foot of Ea?t Twenty-fourth street.
March 12 Cleveland, Ohio; Ameri
can Bridge company; hotel. (At
tempt). April 2 Cleveland, Ohio; Ameri
can Bridge company; Arcade build
May 12 Bridge on Buffalo & Sus
quehanna railroad; American. Bridge
May 31 Newark. N. J.; Pittsburgh
Construction company: warehouse:
Aug. 15 Conshobocken, Pa.; Mc-Clintlc-Marshall
pany; iron mill; several thousand dol
lars by fire.
Sept. 25 Cleveland. Ohio; Pitts
burgh Construction company; railroad
Oct. 12 Near Clalron, Pa.; Ameri
can Bridge company; viaduct; derrick
Dec. SO Whisky Island, near Cleve
land. Ohio; Pittsburgh Construction
company; bridge, damage slight.
June 25 Detroit. Mich.; Russell
Wheel & Foundry company; gas build
ing; damage not given.
September Cleveland. Ohio; Ameri
can Bridge company; American Steel
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Presenting the Letter of Greeting.
When Lieut. Gen. Sir Robert Baden-Powell, hero of Mafeklng and
founder of the Boy Scouts, arrived In New York Wednesday, he wa
r-elcomed by William Waller, possessor of the American Boy Scouts'
honor medal, bearing a letter of greeting from President Taft. who la
honorary president or tne organization In this country. Waller won
his medal sa 'ig a boy from drowning. Baden-Powell's visit Is for the
purpose of endeavoring to amalgamate the Boy Scouts of America with
those of other nations. There are 2,000,000 Scouts In the world, and 600.
600 In this country.
CARELESS ABOUT APPEN.
DICITIS IN ROCK ISLAND
Many Rock Island people have stom
ih or bowel trouble which Is like
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have constipation, sour stomach or
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stomach trouble almost Instantly.
& Wire company plant; hoisting en
Oct. 30 Youngstown, Ohio; Youngs
town Construction company; Balti
more & Ohio railroad bridge; slightly
Dec. 23 Near Harrison. N. J.; Brann
& Stuart company; Erie railroad
bridge; damace f 2,000.
Dec. 31 Cleveland. Ohio; Lucius
company; Cleveland Short Line rail
road bridge; damage JofKi.
Dec. 31 Mill Creek, near Cleveland,
Ohio; Lucius company; viaduct; dam
age $1,200. ,
Jan. 31 Elsdon. 111.; McClintic-Mar-
shall Construction company; building;
Feb. 3 Pelham. N. Y. ; American
Bridge company; drawbridge; damage
between $5,000 and $10,000.
Feb. 1C Clinton, Iowa; Wisconsin
Bridge & Iron company; double track
bridge over Mississippi river; dam
March 18 Chicago; Pittsburgh Con
struction company; Chicago, Minneap
olis & St. Paul railroad eonst ruction
work; derrick car damaged.
March 25 Perth Aruboy, N. J.;
Pennsylvania Steel company; draw-
'bridge; damage $1,500.
March 25 Near Hradshaw, Md.;
Youngstown Construction company;
H&iumore i uino rawroau bridge; ma
April 1 New York; Pennsylvania!
Steel company; Black well Island
April 3 New York; Pennsylvania
Steel company; Black well Island
April 5 New York; MeClintic-Mar-shall
Construction company; Pier 6S,
North river; machinery wrecked;
damage $500 to $1,00.
April 9 Near West Farms Station,
N. Y.; Lewis F. Shoemaker & Co.;
highway bridge. (Attempt.)
April 13 Philadelphia; American
Bridge company; elevated road; ma
terial damaged $1,000.
April 26 Fall River, Mass.; Ameri-
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can Bridge company; bridge; damage
$2,000 to $3,000.
May 3 Dayton, Ohio; American
Bridge company; Chicago, Hamilton
& Dayton railroad bridge; derrick car
May 21 New York; Pennsylvania
Steel company; drawbridge. (Attempt.)
May 22 Baychester, X. Y.; Lewis
F Shoemaker & Co.; bridge; damage
May 24 Aiken, Md.; Youngstown
Construction company; Baltimore &
Ohio railroad bridge. (Attempt.)
June 2 Perry ville, Md.; American
Bridge company; Baltimore & Ohio
raUroad bridge. (Attempt.)
.iun? 2 Cleveland. Ohio: plant van
Dora Iron works company; damage
June 13 Somerset, Mass.; Phoenix
Bridge comna-y; bridge; material
July 1 Buffalo, X. Y. ; McClintic
Marsball Construction company; Le
high Valley railroad bridge; damage
Aug-. C Chicago; American Bridge
company; Illinois Central railroao.
bridge; work damaged.
Aug. C Cincinnati, Ohio; Grainger
Construction company; viaduct.
Aug. 9 St. Louia; (contractor not
given); bridge. (Attempt.)
Oct. 15 Holyoke, Mass.; Lewis F.
Shoemaker & Co.; bridge. (Attempt.)
Nov. 3n Cleveland, Ohio; Pitts
burgh Construction company; bridge;
Dec. 24 Kansas City; Ball &
Thwing; building wrecked.
March IS Indiana Harbor, Ind.;
Iittsburgh Construction company; car
of steel; damage small.
March 24 Indiana Harbor, Ind.;
Pittsburgh Construction company; at
tempt to wreck material.
March 2" Boutcn, Mass.; new op
era house; bide of building de
stroyed. March 31 Hoboken, N. J.; Mc-
tnntic-.Marshall Construction com
pany; viaduct; damage $1,000
April 29 Kansas City; A. M.
Blodgett Construction company; der
rick car; damage alight.
May 9 Cincinnati; Pittsburgh
Construction company; Cincinnati
Southern railroad bridge; damage
May 24 Cincinnati; Pittsburgh
Construction company; Cincinnati
Southern railroad bridge; damage
June 7 Buffalo, X. Y.; New York
Central & Hudson river railroad
bridge; damage several thousand
June 26 Steubenville, Ohio; Sea
board Construction company; Penn
sylvania railroad bridge; material
June 26 Kansas Cir.v; at
I Blodgett Construction company; via-
uuci; damage $75.
July 9 Detroit; Whitehead &
Kales plant; damage slight.
Aug. 12 Cincinnati; Pittsburgh
Aug. 12 Cincinnati;
Aug. 16 Xew York; Pittsburgh
Construction company; Xew York,
Xew Haven & Hartford railmart'
Sept. 5 Hoboken, X. J.; McClin--
uc-aiarsnau construction company;
Sept. 14 Buffalo; McCain Con
struction company; viaduct; derrick
Oct. 6 Buffalo; McCain Construc
tion company; viaduct; slight dam
age. Oct. 25 Indianapolis, Ind.; Al
bert Von Spreckelsen; Central Un
ion telephone exchange building,
public library. Von Spreckelsen
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ing & Machinery company; crane,
freight cars; other machinery and
buildings wrecked; $40,000.
Xov. 21 Green Bay, Wis.; Wis
consin Bridge Iron company; car
of steel wrecked.
Dec. 29 Salt Lake City, Utah;
R. D. Jones (sub-contractor for
American Bridge company); Utah
hotel; damage slight.
March 27 Indiana Harbor,
Ind.; McClintic-Marshall Construc
tion company; plant American Steel
Foundries company, $500.
April 5 Newcastle, Ind.; plant
ran-Amencan Bridge company;
April 18 Salt Lake City, Utah;
R. D. Jones (sub-contractor for the
American Bridge company) ; Utah
kotel; damage slight.
April 19 Clinton, Ind.; Chicago
& Eastern Illinois railroad bridge;
April 19 Mt. Vernon, 111.; Mc-
cuintic-Marsnaii construction com
pany; power house; machinery dam
May 24 Xew York; Pennsylvania
Steel company; viaduct; $700 to
June 4 Davenport, Iowa; McClintic-Marshall
pauy; machine shop; damage slight
June 4 Peoria, 111.; McClintic-
bridge; girders wrecked.
June 22 Cleveland;
July 4 Akron, Ohio.;
Iron company; work and damage not
July 9 Jersey City, N. J.; Phoenix
Bridge company; viaduct; $1,000.
July 15 Pittsburgh; McClintic-Mar-
Nov. 4 Cleveland; Brown Hoist-ig
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shall Construction company; trestle
July 21 Omaha, Neb.; Wisconsin
Bridge & Iron company; power plant;
Aug. 1-2 Superior, Wis.; Heyl &
Patterson ; unloading rig on dock ; ma
Aug. 20 Oakland, Cal. ; plant of Pa
cific Coast Lumber company; wrecked.
Aug. ?3 Kansas City; McClintic-
Marshall Construction company; rail
road bridge; $200.
Aug. 31 Seattle, Wash.; contractor
not given; office building; damage not
Sept. 4 Peoria, 111.; plant of Lucas
Bridge & Iron company; plant and six
adjacent buildings damaged.
Sept. 4 East Peoria, 111.; McClintic
Marshall Construction company; rail
road bridge; damage slight.
Sept. 27 Nicetown, Pa.; American
Bridge company; bridges, damage
Oct. 10 Worcester, Mass.; Boston
Bridge works; bridge, $10.
Oct. 10 Worcester, Mass.; Phoenix
Bridge company; bridge; several hun
Xov. 28 West Philadelphia, Pa.;
Bergdoll & Pawling; bank building.
Dec. 25 Los Angeles, Cal.; plant
Llewellyn Iron works; slight damage.
Dec. 30 Kansas City; plant Walter
Vanston's Furnace & Sheet Metal
works; partially Wrecked.
Jan. 29 Erie, Pa.; McCain Construc
tion company; Car Dump Coal com
Feb. 21 South Chicago, 111.; Brown
Hoisting Machinery company: iron
works plant; partially wrecked.
March 8 Springfield, 111.; McClintic
Marshall Construction company and
Jefferson Manufacturing company;
traction viaduct and coal mine tipple;
two explosions; total loss $45,000.
March 16 Milwaukee; Heyi & Pat
terson; unloading bridge; $50,000, and
$1,000 to steamer near dock.
March 20 French Lick, Ind. ; Lafay
ette Bridge works; hotel addition.
March 24 Omaha, Neb.; Caldwell &
Drake Iron works; court house; build
ing seriously damaged.
March 24 Columbus, Ind.; plant
Caldwell & Drake Iron .works; badly
March' 25 North Randall, Ohio;
Heyl & 'Patterson; ore conveyor;
April 2 South Bend, Ind.; railroad
April 4 Springfield, Mass.; A. E.
Stephens company; municipal build
ing; several thousand dollars.
Sept. 3 Mt. Vernon. X. Y.; Ameri
can "Bridge company; railroad via
Sept. 24 Cleveland; Variety Iron
& Steel works; coal conveyor. (At
tempt.) Oct. 16 Near Santa Barbara, Cal.;
bridge completed three years ego.
Dynamite found just before President
Taft's special train passed.
of the winter Is sweeping England.
Snow is falling heavily In London.
In the country sheep and cattle have
been frozen to death; other flocks
and herds are starving.
Brussels The International sugar
conference is at a standstill, pending
the German government's action with
respect to the westward export of su
gar by Russia.
Atlanta The Atlanta Georgian
announced Monday that It had been
purchased by William Randolph
Hearst from Fred L. Seely, who -tablished
it six years ago.
Newark, N. J. At a meeting Mon
day of the trustees of the Cleveland
Monument association Richard V.
Lindabury was elected president to
fill the vacancy left by the recent
death of John F. Dryden. A fund ot
$125,000 for the monument has been
Hamilton. Ontario Fire broke out
in the printing and stationery plant
of Robert Duncan and for a time
threatened a very disastrous confla
gration. The loss is estimated at
Teheran, Persia Arrangements
Pittsburgh Officials of the West-
inghouse company at the East Pitts-
bvrgh plant will test a new discov-j
ery of color photography. No spe
cially prepared plates or screens are
Ubed. While photographing a paint
ed casting a company photographer
allowed an electric lamp to interfere.
On development he found the natural
New York Colonel George W.
Ccetbals, chief engineer of the Pan
ama canal, who arrived on the Cris
tobal from Colon, said the canal
would be opened by Jan. 1, 1915.
North Adams, Mass. Suddenly
becoming insane, it is believed, An
drew Cullen, a foreman, shot and have been made for the payment of
killed John Balzerini and Edward the Americans attached to the Per-
Williams, Hoosac tunnel
end killed himself.
London The severest snowstorm
sian treasury department. All of
them will leave Teheran with the ex
ception of two who have Joined the
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