Hellraisers Journal, Wednesday January 2, 1918
Chicago, Illinois – I. W. W. Books Seized by Federal Agents
50,000 “SABOTAGE” BOOKS SEIZED
IN I. W. W. RAID
CHICAGO, Dec. 28.-Some of the results of the recent raid on headquarters of the Industrial Workers of the World here were made known by Federal officials today. Among the tons of literature seized were 50,000 copies of “Sabotage,” a book by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, of New York, now under indictment for conspiracy against the government. Thousands of copies of another book called “Sabotage” by Emil Pouget, were seized.
Vast quantities of stickers inscribed “Don’t be a soldier-be a man,” new I. W. W. song books and plates from which they were printed also were taken.
The Michigan Central Railroad to-day sent warnings to all points on its lines giving notice of an alleged I. W. W. plot to destroy grain elevators during the holidays. As a result special police have been detailed to guard every grain elevator in Chicago.
The Reading News-Times
-Dec 29, 1917
Sabotage by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
Category: Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
The Rebel Girl:
An Autobiography, My First Life (1906-1926)
-by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
International Publishers, 1973
Can be read online, see link below:
(Scroll down to page 233)
Hellraisers Journal: Sunday December 16, 1917
Chicago, Illinois – I. W. W. Defendants Appear Before Judge Landis (on Dec 15)
103 Fellow Workers Plead “Not Guilty” to Charges of Conspiracy in Chicago Federal Court
List of names of those brought before Judge Landis on Dec 15th from:
The Bisbee Daily Review
-Dec 22, 1917