dal squad of Lavjn's eojppers,
wfrich is guarding its building
against the publishers' imagina
tion night and day. '
The Tribune is feeding tfye-cops
at Weeghman's, where one may,
if one tallfs nicely, get a ham
sandwich and a cup of coffee.
last nignt, one of The Tribune
cops suffered the "brilliant icjea
that the-meal tickets given out by
me in oune were good at the
Saratoga restaurant, where one
may .spend a whole lot of money
op one., meal. N
The cop spread this glad news
arnofig his fellows, and every one
of theiji pjerked tip, and prepared
to de?cpfld upon the Saratoga.
A Tribune reporter broke it to
the cops gently that they could
eat only at WeeghmWs on Tri
une tickets, and .gloom gripped
fh? cops on duty at the Rcr
ord-Berald eat at King's- The
guestjofr now may be: Will the
clopjs on 'duty al TRY Tribune go
on strike unless they, too. are al
lowed to eat at King's or the Sar
atoga? The waitresses at King's, with
the full knowledge and consent
p"f the manager of the restaurant,
gain last night refused to"serve'
the Record-Herald non-union
The Hearst building js a regu
lar fort, Andy Lawrence is of
nmjf $3.50 a day to non-unuin
$gon drivers, and getting ne
groes anp! college boys.
At tbe meejjng pf the stereo
type last night,, jt was decided
that it woUId be,unfatf to strike in
sympathy with ( the pressmen
withoht first notifying the trust
Accordingly, a committee of
five, headed by L. P. Stra'ufje,
president of the union, atyd Jas.
P. Sampson former superintend
ent of The Examiner and Ameri
can stereotyping, department,
was sent to se the trust publish
ers, who were in session at The,
Victor Lawson did all the talk
ing for the publishers. . Sampson
tojd'hjm that the stereqtypers
fejt that the pressmen had not
been fairly treated, and suggested
tha arbitration be employed.
Lawson. askeCthe stergQtypers'
committee to go out while he
talked the matter over with the
other publishers, The union
committee went outsfde.
When Lawson called the eqnt
mjttee in again he delivered hfs
answer of "hands off.w
The Stereolvers' Cotnmittee
returned to where theuniort yas
waiting tltgir answer r and the
walkout was orderea iminedi
ately. PLANS LQNQ AIR FLIGHT.
ftempsted; N. Y., May 4.-,
MarshairE. Reid Of Philadelphia
left here today on what Was
planned to be one of the longest
continuous flights that has ever
been attempted before by an avi
ator in this cquntry. With Geo.
W. Beatty as a passenger Iteid
planned to fly to the League Isl-
PjJ navy yard and la'ter fa tjie
temqjon 4tike sFnayy on
cers for ft flifKt
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