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IRONWORKERS IN PEN, IS CHARGE
Prey. Wison Asked to Pardon Convicted Men Frf
era Judge and Prosecutor Accused in Startling
1 Document Presented by Counsel for Defense,
A conspiracy on the part of the!
thtwart the pardoning df the con
victed. 3ron Tvorkers is", charged by
urganijtedlabor, vfhlch is" now circu
lating petition? for; their pardon.
The Chicago Federation, of Labor
declares it has reliable information
that the Members p the Manufac
turers' Association are "flooding the
mails with letter asking the. mem
bers of the United States Congress
not to interfere or Use their infill-a
snee on behalf of the pardon- 'peti-jUohers.
The C. F. of Lc dpenly charges
that the- steel truseis behind thd per
secution of the, men
Unioa lab"or has also in its pos-sessIonfac-simile,
of letters showing
that a train tq bear the convicted
men to Fort Leavenworth "peniten
tiary was chartered forty daysbefore
a -verdict was jeturned. 'N
The 1)61111011, whicl is addressed
to President "Wilsouhas the follow
ing preamble r
"The undersigned citizens of the
United States, urge Your Excellency
t,Q pardoh. Frank M. Ryan, Eugene
A. Cancy, Michael J. Young, Frank
Cebb, tbilhr A. Cooler, John T.
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