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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 22, 1913, Image 3

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Nevada and Utah", we were retained bjTthe, Utah Copper Company and the"
Nevada Consolidated Copper Company, 'and broke the great strikes at Bing-.
.ham Canyon, Utah, and at Ely and McQUl, Nevada.
We ask you to watch the progress, of the present strike, because we
knowjt will be a triumph for law and order, a triumph for the mine owners,
and will furnish stilLanother evidence of the success we haye always met
with in breaking strikes. We ask you to judge us by results. m
Upon request we"will send our special representative to explain our
methods, terms, letc, -
, Our experience is-always at your service. Yours truly,
v - ' Waddell & Mahon Corporation,
. "'Enc"
CXnJsJtrJ& &
v Following are some of , the refer
ences that accompanied the letter:'
The Birminghain. Railway, Light &
Power Co., A. H. Ford president, Bir
mingham, Ala., for which company
we broke a strike involving 500 mo-
tormen and conductors and instituted
a non-union organization in all de
partments." Not one of the former
employes was reinstated.
Rutjand Railway Light &Power
Co,, Mr. G. Tracy Rogers president,
Rutland, Vt, also president of Bir
mingham Street, Bailway Co. We
placed the Rutland xailway system
on the open shop basis without the
loss of asingle run, , x
Pittsburgh, Harmony, Butler &
New vCastle Ry. Co., R. H. ,Boggs
president, Pittsburgh, Pa.r Harry
Etherlcjge superintendent,..Eidenau,
Pa., which'interurban'trolley line was
successfully ' operated by us under
strike, conditions, the union' was
broken and the system is now strictly
non-union. - r
The Union Hallway " Company,
New York. '
The Yohkers Railway- Co., Yonk
ers, N. Y.'
The Southern Blvd.- Railway Co.,
New York. t .
The West Chester' Electric Co.,
Nefv York . '
rThe Bronx Traction Company,
The Third Avenue Railway Com
pany, New York..
The Tarrytown, " White 'Plains &
Mamaroneck Railway Company, Ed
ward A. Moher president and general
manager, for whom ye broke a strike
on. the Yonkers street railway sys
tem; the conductors and motormen
returning, to work, without gaining a
single point six days after we com
menced operations.
Thl Omaha & Council Bluffs Street
Railway Co., G-. W. "Wattles president1,
Omaha, Neb., for which we success
fully handled a strike operation in
volving 600 motormen and conduc
tors: Began operations September
21st, 1909, by operating- all lines of
the company from the start and car
rying passengers. Strike broken and
part of ourmen withdrawn Septem
ber 30th. Permanent organizations
obtained and regular schedule re
sumed October 3d. This operation
was an unqualified-success, and the
company now maintains -an entire
non-union organization. -
New Orleans Railway &. Light
Company; .Mr. Hugh McCloskey pres
ident, New Orleans, La., for whont
we acted in a special capacity pend
ing strike agitation of their employes
and negotiations withx th'em. We"
were retained and were prepared to
successfully operate the road without
a moment's delay in the event of &
strike order being issjufed, ' "

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