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Strike bulletin. (Clinton, Ill.) 1913-1915, April 23, 1913, Image 4

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#■■-*> i'M tlTi lllmoii t.cntraS Kadr.cd. and one !
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the wr- k bring deti'tix* equipment,
id# V x 22. 1912 I'a-seug' r train known
a-.tin bin .'id Sp« • : !" wrecked at banner
1 it\ engineer t».««11 \ hurt « an*ed by defet
t:xe condition ■ l engine
in* het » 1912 \n r.i-t hound ta**t mad'
fra ti ■ -i the lilitp is * entral railroad \va* in t
a l.« .»«1 . • ith, i »r« i.lit trail at I 'm
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w* re hurt
ill* I'e« T I'.HI? \ south I. und local *ub
urban train u.plt.l mt*> tin riar end ui a',
Standing e*xpr» " *ubnrbaii train at Van I’.uren .
- Tr• et stat p n in w i a h lw« • persons were Radix
hurt and mai.v up re 'lightly injured, and the
'a road i inpany refused t- gixe the names
J the j er-« n> injured I'he engineer reported |
tdat the brake tailed t. w rk I detective equip
mrnt the uu'C ■ t the wre k
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'r.il pear \rihtr iXt iiiP and South < anal
’ - »t xvln- h fbla>* 'l treA.l t traffic f--r ce\
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! Ian ju 191.i. lie Chicago "Limited
’■i '.mi • »i a:p was in head « u tu-lli^PMi
x;! !i t sr -lit train near I’.r k ha veil .Mi"
I e member*. .| tH* treigl t crew were killed
a tv! five \ ,-»-r • f the 'Limited” hurt
! 4 • lb. ,'** ! * ur roathrs were derailed
a * unt I brake beam falling uiider tin
• pa'Srnger- -haken up and injured.
At Mud-. Ml. when tram N'o 123.
4- the S utl ern \la 1 ’ • ra-hed into a
-ht tram, fifty ta-'engers were injured
i* bin 24 i r i n N’o. 20. known a' the
! . ig! t s*p# .»1. err ut*- to i hi «g«*t went
* ib* Sit'h mar M«- vin. Ml. ab< ut 4 30 p
t . a- • k*ng the entirt train, and twenty five
* -i g#-r' were injure*!
ST • kt 2‘. 1912 b g p. ur tram No. 2»
•hat it handled by the Mlm is (Tentral railroad,
m- ’ t * a Mi I A an • rrAral train at 71 -1 -treet
IV.. ; tssengrrs hurt 4 au*e, brakes would
t h« Id.
Ian 25. 1913 A south bound Illinois|
• ''.'tl fr» ight train sra-hed into an engine
and cairou-e in the north yards at Duquoin.
1*1. killing a brakeniar a id ba*Ily injuring
tw more; an«l many * ther disastrous wrecks
luxe occurred
(19) Wherea«. On and pri» r to July 1, 1911.
there was existing among the employes of the
Illinois Central -y-tem and allied lines the fol
lowing trade uni n* I he Brotherhood of
Radr* ad Clerks. Painters and Decorators, In
!ernati*>n:tl A>solution of Machinists, Hr- ther
hood of Railway Car Men of America. In- j
ternatH.nal Brotherhood of Black miths and.
Helper s, Brotherho* d f Boiler Makers and
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;>• < r amt 1* hereby
th.it may !>«• iioa
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in* 'I matte r*. 111 flu lining
11 -> rxpvcully auth«»ri/t«l
p I - '• vin! * i-fiiiniHiitifi a* wit
ml .i1! per*11* who may. ill the |
• . tin t iiimi -iiitt \hc p«»*»c -»e«l :
1.41»> 1111• -f iii.iti**n iln fiml valuable by ^aid coni i
! ■' ip**'- p tl ; f melude the power to <*uinm<>n
b\ il'p • m.i duces tecum, all pcr*«.ii* po*
*«**«d i-f r m any xvay in charge >>t book*.
■1 i and papei *# drxirtd a** exulencr |*y
tip » i • '•'*»• ri and *aid commission «*hall
'»r t app**int agents servants and
S ”1 ' ' 1 take inventory and to a'lertain
the am* unt and value < f real * state, rolling
It k. h 4 t h‘l.|-. light*- of way and cause of
•pi ’ ti. • wagts, h.-urs of employment
and w rkuig condition*, expenses and receipt*.
1 and. be it tnrtht r
1 -T» K- *.lxe*I. Ili.it -aid commission shall
’ k ft t* »11i. 1 krs and conclusion* to the
• l‘ U't K* pr« « ntative* t the Forty-ninth
<•imr.il \“i Mil-lv t the state of Illinois; and
| !••• it further
Resolved. That *aid cxjmmissit.fi shall
b- allowed respectively teti dollars per day
actual x mmis'ion attendance on th*
v • *rk • od coinmi'Sion and railroad tare an*!
tl *f n «;• 1 f priatn-n be and the same 1- here
by made *•! twenty thnu-aml dollars or as much j
- n..1 . Im next scary to be used b\ i
" s*p 11 ui defraying the a* tual ex
* 1 -1 investigation
The Railway Department.
Xi. 1.• 11 ^ n: ,u> other rdcr- received for Ihe
Grave Yard Special.” the special edition
' tk- Strike jfulletin -h' wing the many
-- ire in receipt of an order for one
' 11--.id it in the K.ulway Department 01
' Vine rn an Ird. ratn n f Labor, better
k , w 11 .1- the 1. '. ration r Federations.
F.-co i.ir>- s ti. I the Department, hat n<>
■1 il- that the <>ra\e Vaid will he mailed
'•» ih< m t I -In,.per, in M Louis, and fur
t t il .,t they n..iv - - ihly send us additional
' i"r in re c.'i <s Memphis, Tenn, i<
- lit ’ I t' ut nr ill usand Copies in that
1 tv, 111,1 many • t1 cr points have sent us
large ,.rder
K. . nil, we sent nut many hundred circular
litters advertising the Grave Yard Edition
II wiser, thc-e letter, were confiscated by I
j 11 <• I nited State - government, and we had to I
I-1 i d out other- We do not know whether
j the-r have been confiscated or not, but you1
•in r> st a'-ured that the Illinois Central did
what it could to have them held up
1 r the lust time we have forced the Old
Ho* to admit that there is a strike on her 1
" id, and it ha- also been ^limited that we
;bavr d ne the ctriick roads much injury by
adverti-ing the rotten conditions prevalent on i
: them If you are taking any intsrest in this
I irike. you will see that we can slap the roads j
j hard with the Grave Yard Edition, and you j
w ill get a bundle order for distribution among i
Tlte above i> a pie tuff of engine 741 after g. inn through the Salt Creek bridge. Tkt
t :-rr two i reman and one brakeman were killed. Due to defective equipment
A Souvenir Photo Pocket Knife
of the
Illinois Central — ""—■
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ImB N.f„wei»W y SU,k'
Hurriman Lines l,li * '*_i^HSi^N^
STRIKE!
—_ Price SI.25, or
GIVEN AWAY
l“"- with club of 50
Subscriptions of the Strike Bulletin.
When ortleniu:, -fate etitMtlii Wanted ||
ADDRESS: STRIKE SECRETARY. i BOX 12. CLINTON. ILLINOIS I
25c for Six Months
SUBSCRIBE NOW
new TEAS 0*9 Nlit MAIL
UM COUPON
•▼amt Huoouoanai
•m a, cm—, in.
Semi me the Strike Bulletin six In
months for the enclosed t5c. Ij
tl. m who .1" not know anything about thi*
-trike \\ < have mailed yur union two let
t«r- living you terns < n bundle orders, and
it v• ha\« not received either ot them, it is
lie> .hio th« Illinois Central has induced the
p. st office department not to carry it for u*
In thi* event therefore, consider this our ap
peal (o you. and see that your union gets a
bundle order That we are giving you return*
n.r v nr in* m v 1* evide- ed by the c4 that
tlx Illinots t eiitral is trying to stop us from
tistug the mails Itundle rates are $3 00 per
hundred, $10 00 for 230. or $23 00 jwr thou
sand If yon are on the job you will give u*
an order Itkr the Railway Department.
Injunction Against Slides.
Ih.it nit tcm.ptin.n slides are an effective
w« apon to adv erti-e the *tnke has ju*t been
!-in< n tiat» <1 by the uct that the company i»
tn.tkiiiw .'in effort t< > have them stopped At
Mtiuphi*.' letin. tlit-> have got out an injunc
tion against the proprietor of the Colonial
Theater, wh wa* to run the slides in that
city. It i* now expected that the tame thing
will be done all over the country.
However, let no one falter. Put them to
all the trouble you can Get the slides and
i\ r them a chance to get an injunction again*!
tb slide* in yur city You can procure a set
oi them for the manufacturer's price. We have
*rvcral *et* to 1 an out. but the application*
for them are mi many that it will be a long
time before we can accommodate you Wake
up and help us *lap the Old Hog We cer
tainlv have the company irritated now. when
they went to the trouble of getting out an
injunction prohibiting the exhibition of wrecks
that have taken place on their own railroad
since the *tnke They fear the true condition,
for the camera doesn’t lie Why *hould they
fear the pictures? Do you know?
Slugged.
William I.eight n (alias Piston Packing Dill)
a member of machinists' union No. 1M, and
■ nc the company’* moat loyal emitaarita.
who ha* made an un*ucce«*ful attempt to »et
lle the *tnke and get the men to go back to
work, ha* now rrached a «tage where he la
«n aggravated at hi* failure to make good to
the company, that he hat retorted to black
Stirring and Startling §J
Sterioptican Slides of the
Wrecks on the Illinois Central U
and Harriman Lines. |
See the San Antonia
Explosion and Funeral Parade ■
W Montz Wreck Victims. I
See the Qraveyard at S
Kinmundy, Illinois, where the |1
Illinois Central killed |i
Ex‘President Harahan If
See the Soldiers and the 1
Machine Guns at 11
Fort McComb and many I
Wrecks that have taken place w
at the price of human blood. M
Fur |*rtu-nlan writ* to Id
strik. Srrri-Ury. Bm ;l*. CliuUia. III. H
When Yon Are About
To Travel
Bear in Mind
that llw
utke |
Grave Yard Lin
jaik method*, with the hope o( dr
strikrr* r.ff the line
While a Mriker wai walking on tl
oi Decatur, III,, Leighton, who hap
-re him, like a cowardly cur, ran ■
him. knocking him over in the pavei
departing to encape the police with
“you will never get out of thia town
Leighton, like the real of tbeaa, k
blood. Everything he haa undcrtah
t of ore haa failed, and hia new me
I brute force will fare no better. Then
men in thi« fight who cannot be hi
I eightnn'a aaaaulta, the cmiaaary'a er;
eral deepotiam. Theae men have a
termination and they can meet all
with a amile, including being i*~gg-f

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