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MAYOR SEES WAY,QUT OE.
'? GARBAGE 'STRIKE-V"
New York, .Ncm 14r-Maybr
Gaynor and. -Commissioner Ed
wards, claimed today -that tliey
would-be able-to-copef-with the
situationlirr'the strike.off.tfie 'gar
bage meh. Greater progres'sfw'as
, made today "iicleaning; 'upgajc.
bage.than any day since'tbe strike,
beggn.. .. ; ,.T " ""; "". -;
"Health Commissioner TJeaefle-'
- : ---! I
.have 2Q;00b uni6JirteamsterscaH
ed' outTnNewY6"rlcl6"carry on
thewar against "MayoVGayn6ris
meeting ,w,ith opposition ;iom -the
teamsters. r , n .
, The question "is""tohV deter
mined latetotlay. at a meeting of
the Teamster, ..Chauffeurs, arid
- - " .i Jc7ctr"r"T7n 2 ' ' -
- Astona- 'OreNo v. ' '14-. The
passferigers;" andricre.w ' of" -the
PQLICE .GUARDING THE GARBAGE STRIKEBREAKERS
said that -the cold weather had put
an end 'to danger to health from'
aecaying, garDage. Jiawaras
said he had 2,000 men at work,(
and 'that-the. strong, police pro tec-'
tiprf'has -given' tKe'.strikebreakers
courage. . ';-.'.""'
The threat.jnade by W.illia'm
H." Ashton," .head of. the striking
-street teVnerVniorf'Hhai. hes wilP
chopner Washington which'
grounded near .here; yesterday
were rescued lastrrright'by the tug
Tatbosh. -: ' c
, , Not: ai.si.ng4e life;, was "lost, the
report that two sailors' 'were