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""Unless th'e private "detectives
are afraid they, cannot . legally
hang him, I don't think he is in
danger; while, as for suicide, I,
think he'd be premature- in at
tempting such, while the court
seems so anxious to assist in get
ting him out of the way. These
are merely more irresponsible ru
mors, although we know the
guard lias .been increased, but
supposed that good friend of Mc
Namaras, who is now the guest
of 'the country's big bankers fn
New Orleans (Burns) might
know some reason.
"I am merely judging this,
however, frqm the latest of his
damnable lies-published broad
cast. If Burns 'wants undying
fame and riches, let him show us
where our million dollar defense
fund is, T We'd be well pleased"
and will pay him $750,000:"' "
Replevin Suit Ousted.
Indianapolis, Nov, 25. The-re-plevin
suit of the,, International
Association of Bridge and Struc-j
tural Iron Workers to ' obtain
possession of books and docu-(
ments, now ,in the custody of the
federal authorities here as evi
dence of the McNamara dyha-'
miting cases,-was thrown out of
the Indiana court here today by'
Judge Remster. '
The court held that the officials
of the Iron Workers, in asking
for the document, had failed to
state that they were acting as
representatives of the Iron Work
ers and not as individuals. The
State's demurrer1 to the Suit was"
STRIKE SETTLEMENT PLAN TRIED FOR YEAR'MOST:
HOPEFUL CHAPTER IN INDUSTRIAL HISTORY"" .,
New York, -Nov. 25. Marked
success" has attended, the first
year's'experiment with th'at new
device in adjusting the differ
ences between employer and em
ploye knowji as the "preferential
The desperate ten weeks'
strike of the .New' .York garment
workers in 1910 was responsible
for it. In working "but an ad
justment of that strike, "Louis D.
Brandeis offered several new
ideas, including1' the preferential
union. shop, anda"" joint board, of
sanitary cbntroC ' .
Counsel" for fhV employers
priginate'd the" plan- for a. per
manent board-of' grievances and"
a high court of arbitration.
The result of a year's trial of
these ideas," published in a report
by 'the -joint board of sanitary
control are declared . by" Bran
deis "one of 'the mo'st hopeful'
chapters in American industrial'
The' principal" result has been?
peace,- for-the firs't time, in 20"
years inr the industry, which in',
New York" alone is carried on y"
1,500 "separate concerns "and em-,
pl3ying-60,Q0Orpe6ple. . '
r The employers' ' association'
and the workers1 pinion put their'
combined forces behind tfie arbi