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TO HELL WITH PROMISES! PRODUCE THE GOODS
DEATH TO PEONACEI DOWN WITH TENUANTRYI I E A
Free Ships, Free Farmts, Free Forests, Free Workshops the WorM Overt Organization Is Po w er w 111 Ib mqM i== T . b, MM I
FELLWORKERS! UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL! i lre tu Win E Fa b V N IN
"'AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL."
',Lr MF 1 "MI(n;1'" is li,.i"' NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1913 "TRUTH CONQUERS" NUMBER 25
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Lumber War Bulletins.
Little New Reported But Practically All
Western Woodsmen Out.
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LI E ' I'11 MAK 'I l~ lt X l:h In'I.z '1 ' CON ~tr
I T .\\It ti 'I 'iIi;. l"\ l *in\'s ni g l ti 1nrt1
;nal "Iry'" ti, said u workerit for the
.hl ,t llll g . g.tlt nlll ii auL1 aal lll(,l mon aalluSi
ilivl, If the auth rit ls canallnlalWe tu refluse
th, wo,'arler' pl',,ta.tion teiaramr , , fhe
ar ,,.r.., .lhlll Ijn'at eat thema.svelva..
T,'Ii.a,,. ,g°l'niralt thugs anld daputiet.
.laaiall h, 'aleu.,. ordar, Iraught, at
least, 1,,ilhi% 1 h1 lie Jaws rasp.alt,.d by sa
vig,.4-, Iai'aa',ahly, ii they will, foruibly,
ii Iaelv must.
SLUGGER McGEE ELUDES
lt',s hhj.-ali,'s,, , e h "3aI. tItda thait
lth, nt'rials Siuitt I' snluggir l'riak
.Mi , a ,t.\\h li; ael tha aauupra kea aat assault
II EliaoNa ,ait Si lgar hist M11arahita lar.
It. t.sa,aaald ii 'aah" (anlr laaap are
,a Ill a o bi,. at 'l"Ift( i aii i1 I'i at f
lie lh ', aah,'rh,,,al aa, 'I" Timlsr ' \\arle..rs
hal Ihy halte ha write I thae tlhrae let
trs I. \W. WV at l)eaQuiziay Sunday
Th. a]isl,;ital tias tha;t the "Inalh"
hlii I ae, i gIalhri.ig al;l alal' ; Ihiit bully
,Ila,-, ,, Iihr l ra th lih g rI ,'t :.,'h anwi il
aua!\ s0it. alfIr aria i a 'nulriuiataat Ihila
I, ., hIara nl; l li,.a n lity ,' h,.iri Ii W~ ,.y'
a altlhIi r.
It ' alall birg ta, aan rhl ts lhat tha
in. ~ lt at laaa'i 'e;t hartn ni. al ao
lhit at.\ Ifl,,.r wo~rkar t.t.are in it, aS
I ),' inalt. i-. a ri Ilraal aual uiat it 11111
tt.r itn.ii. anal that it wa. the railraaad
t... I\,, at.a t aIt.r Ii .ha sl.hia ar wh,.tl
-, a,, ,,, slaIt,,lenly raa.,,lizad him. If
t Lh i..t l,, tI'li,. aln l * e a' liva , it to i,.
'I 'hela at.i llaitlit.\ erav th~ af tlihSeajlao
i-l nt ahia' la! lii tworaklarl aaf ltha
. a I h~, ar, gatt, hai t, raal auf th ,ir
I .. ' la. l, it ,a i l,.al lit ay tha. privata
,ar . ,s ,f th, rail,,a and lalu lhar
Ili,,.. as.. lati, a haalv aaf hlia.;.uns as ava'r
aI ta tha i Tse Luberijak dp
GOD ON JOB AGAIN.
I)l. Ilivia.., i.LA., ,June 17, .191:3.
S;iav. Il all, the Ili1;a1 who swore so, hlird
agaiinst " 0o i,. the (;raIbow trial 'ame
I)vi'r i 11y p)l;ilI Sunday mllo)rnillg ailnd
1old1 lil hat l'the LorIl had told lhim to
,.1li,. ovettr ianll as.k meit to forgive him."
I u,:'.., ,ut know him, J. N. Kurr.
I intl lin iov lie had anylhing to do
-%lh ha;ving ole put inll jail, but I amt
sul're lii that he did, as the Lor(d is
telling himt of the tiiutragtus wrong they
, l us b1 s.
I thank yout, .\Aligihty God for what
.u ihl;t. 1 101til ,o far. Now, laod, the
nt\I Ltiin \ on iit ,,t t I)eltidder I want
Vito It, tinl and tlsee t'e, for I have situie
thin; I %ant 1t ttll youa . I don't know
\lithelltr you kintw )haln .\lt'l4'aftter, Paul
S;;, ;io \v illis I r;iithliuu atnd .Jl i
I1'~r \tonl. 'T.he,, fo'u, Ill1.nl 11ur'e lie;, ml
IIe ill t h, a lurau\\ Itrial andI I w;lLt ,youl
to tulrn ,our ;attention ,t, tlhlem, too; for
tIll 1 I1ri1.tl iall il I/itr i t, 'er to briak
II1 Ii\ lck andl, if it. had not been that I
hadl trlul, llel ;u1, \ni l nn to prove wh\,r,'
I w ". h. l wlol have suilel. lded.
I..t lv. I ttld. I have\ ;asked Eltl wardtLs.
lhi.t I )i,tri ,f .Attorlin y, ito atterl to this
attir, as till .S, titit,,e may swear tl i ai
,.hutir ilni -eli mii111 a lid tmikI it sti-k,
ami. t' I:lI Iwarnl., idon't attend to the
li;attr. I \u;nlt Vyon t)o tell the vltefrs of
ihli. I )i.trlit ,nt to vote for hinii ;auiy
MiE4 fitr ;i liiLLg ,r aNly oflie'.
YlIourii. frtr rht andli friti"lomn.
J.. I . 1'. IIl ':r, . .
.1I..ia\v j :i . I1,.. .ltune 22, 1913.
.\l; itort l,,t not aippeared in the'
I.st ftw o, is.",u, I talk, it for ,grant,.d that
th. nv ,.r r,.h,,.he., the editor. A:s to
ft- reaon, aniY I. WN . W. 'an .ulertind
I'italtihnIutti tin Page 4.
FRUIT TRUST GROGGYi
Strange Case of S. S. Turrialba.
ON SATURDAY, TIlE 21st, CRAW
FISlI ELLIS SWORE IN NEWS
I'AP'EItS THIAT THEY WOULD
NEVERMORE 11AVE ANYTHING TO
1.DO WITH TIIEIR EX-EMPLOYES.
ON MONDAY, TIlE 23rd, "CAP
'AIN" ROSE ASKED FOR A COM
MITTEE OF SAILORS TO CALL ON
111M. THEY CALLED. TIE "CAP
TAIN" WANTED THEM TO GO
BACK TO WORK AT OLD RATE OF
WAGES, NO RECOGNITION OF
TI'E UNION AND NO FIREMEN TO
liE TAKEN BACK. TIlE SAILORS
WERtE WISE AND SAID, "NIX, WE
ALL GO BACK OR NOBODY GOES."
T'ILE "CAPTAIN" GAVE THEM UN
'1'1l TIlE SAILING OF TIlE S. S.
CAIRTAGO ON WEDNESDAY, TIlE
2:,th. TO BIE GOOD AND ACCEPT
OLD SLAVE CONDITIONS. NOTII
ING DOING. .
SOLIIDARITY OF UNITED UNIONS
STILL UNBROKEN DESPITE DES
P'ERIATE EFFORTI'S OF BO
RANK AND FILE IN NEW OR
LEANS TAKING MATTERS IN OWN
IIANDI AND DOING SPLENDID
SIXTY-FOUR MEN NOW IN JAIL
NOT COUNTING SIX BANANA-CAR
IllERS WHO WERE ARRESTED AS
VA(IRANTS FO(lR REBELLING
AGAINST IIlL,:-11SII CONDITIONS
.\AN TRYING T'O FORM A UNION.
ENGINEERS ON S. S. CARTAGO
.\ALSo IItE1 ,1.EI1). CLAIM SCAB
,LA,\BllR I'OCEI) TIHEM'1 TO WORK
'I'TWENTi'Y-F1'OI iliRS A DAY ON
EI'NEIRALS OF FELLOW-WORK
ERS NEU'"MAN AND PAULUS
('AI'SEI) (GREAT CHANGE IN PUIB
LIC SENTIMENT. BOYS WIIO MIN
(;lID WITH CROWDS ON STREET
\SJ'I'NERAIS I'ASSED) REI'ORT
s'I'R-ONG CONNI EMNATION OF TIl'
TRIS'IT' ANDi T''IAT WOMEN WERE
jESPE.I,\JY Q(llK IN EXPRESS
IN( SYMI'A\'I'IIY ANI) IN DE
Nl' N(CIN(; T'lRI 'ST.
I,\S'I' \V(ORIS OF MARTYREI)
IsOYS WAs, "STICK TOGETHIIER
.\ANI) \WIN 'ITll: FIo' IT, NEVIER
.HINI) US. lO'III DIE)D SMILING.
IEVE:VlI:YIOIY TAALKING ONE B11;
I'N1O)N ANI) VICTORY IN SIGHIIT.
TI " RI AllA AliRES''S A FIRAILE
S ill' WAS KEI"I'T "O T OF SI(;II'i'
(FI. LANDI. SO THlAT TilE MEN IE
ILOW (')lI HAVE NO IDEA OF
WI\TI TIME WAS BlEING MADE,"
('.APTA\IN 1-' TiI''iRIIALIIA IE
NIES TIA'.T MEN REFI',Ei) I")T
SOME RHAW WORK SOMEWHERE
I'NI)ER OR BETWEEN THE
TRUST'S TWO FLAGS.
SHIP OFF REGULAR COURSE?
Says "The P'icayune' 'of June 18th:
"Uerrad lHarris, of the staff of the
Mobile ltegiter, declared after the ship's
arrival that the ship had been delayed
through the firemn's efforts to make the
Turrialba three days late and thereby
cause a loss on a part or the whole car
go of bananas.
" We left Colon on time,' said Mr.
lHarris, " but it soon became apparent
from the time which we were making
that something was wrong. It was
learned that the firemen instead of
keeping up 195 pounds of steam, as
specified in their contract, were main
taining only 180 pounds. When it be
catc obvious that it was teir par
posc to delay the ship, the olf'icer kept
the l'urraltba out of sight of land so that
the men below could not have an idea
ofl what time was being made. We
passed Point San Antonio while far out
of sight of land. The malcontents
made no demonstration, but merely re
fused to do their work according to
eiontraict. It is believed that their ac
tions were occasioned by knowledge of
the strike which they probably gained
before leaving Colon."
Captain Lockhart Denies.
"Denials that there had been any
trouble ta th the Firemen was made by
Captuan W. Lockhart, of the 'urrialba.
I/I denied that the men had loafed and
refuste d to do their customary amount
of work. " lThere was no trouble at all,"
said he.. "'The men did not refuse to
work, nor did they loaf."
Yet aceording to "The Picayune" of
.lune l!th, nine of our fellow-workers
were arrested and thrown into jail on
the complaint of this same Captain Lock
hart, ('lChef Engineer William Moflit and
I'urser (Charles Adamson, Jr., of the
T'urrialla for "delaying the mail," by
"loafing on the job." T'hey are still in
prison and so are our nine fellow
Hworke'rs from the i'ariscina, but "Cap
tain" Rose and First Mate McBride are
still at large and still rweeiving the com
pliments of the Sons of lleaven, we hear.
Yvu will also note that ,according to
Hlarris' declaration, the otlieers of the
T'urrialba purpjosely sailed the ship off
he.r ngular course, and as this must have
been a lounyr route, and as "The Pica
yune" replorts the ship delayed only
;lboult "fifteen hours," who was to
I,lam.:' \'hy were the firemen only ar
rested ? Was "'one put across" on
With :all due rsepet, and with no in
tcntitor of omrinritting, lese nmje.te, ,,r
treason, or deriding "law and order,"
still we cannot help saying that this
looks like some raw work to The Lurn
In I le n';tm tirne the strike is still on,
lt. sltlarity ,'4 the wc orktrs is still n,
I,r,,kt.n. Inj the battle will be won.
The Shipping Trust Reigns in
Th'l shilsh ,,|" leh, I nited Fruit ( rni
pa ;lare letavirg onr timiie. maine,'i by
%tiab ,'ere'.s but. still, these ships are
rmlin, l,;lack late.
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