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The Wooden Coach Wreck on the Illinois Central at Montz, La. FORTY PASSENGERS KILLED AND 249 CRIPPLED Take the Illinois C entral for W ooden C ar Service. Poor Lquipment, Rotten Road Bed. Scab Labor. Inferior Railroad ing. Fallible Block Signals. Incompetent Management and Stage Coach Methods. W ith its Interior Lquipment the Illinois C entrnl 1 las killed and C rippled More Passengers Since the Strike of the Shop Men Ilian \ 1 < >*':••» Rai! • • nL < Bt-iatmg ill t!i« Mississippi \ allet Combined. In- | Sa!*-t\ .\pph.iiH e Laws. I bos** W ho I ravel on I his Road are Given No Prol'itiin Man. ■: >ing.. i ik. .u <• ( )peiated W itliout Block Signal Apparatus. Wrecks and Derailments are of Frequent Occur rem e. 1 luman Lite is Not Safeguarded. When 'l ou 1 ravel Mu Should Bear in Nlind that tin* Illinois Cen tral is the Graveard Line.