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UNIONISM VS.OPEN SHOP
The jury was completed at a
late hour this afternoon.
Federal Court Room, Indiana
polis, Oct. 3. The dynamite con
spiracy trial become a struggle
between unionism and the open
Even Judge Anderson has rec
ognized this. He would not let a
juror who said that he refused to
hire union labor "when he knew
The first question of the gov
ernment is: "Do you think it
right that a manufacturer should
Jbe told by a union whom he can
and cannot employ?" -
The first question of the de
fense: "Do you think it right
that a man be - discriminated
against by his employer because
he belongs to a union?"
Chas. G. Foresman, of Muncie,
Ind., said he was prejudiced
against the 48 defendants because
Ortie McManigal, the informer,
planted dynamite and nitro-gly-cerine
behind his home.
DRIVERS LOCKED OUT
Thirty-five drivers of the So'da
and Mineral Drivers' Interna
tional union, local 723, were lock
ed out of the Chicago Consoli
dated Bottling Cp.'s plant, Kin
zie and Paulina sts., according to
a statement made by J. Donovan,
business a'gent of the union.
Donovan claimed that the em
r ployers fell down on their con
tract and then refused to discuss
matters with the union, locking
the men out instead.
Springfield, 111., Oct. 3. Thos.
Frole, Chicago voter, filed peti
tion for leave, to bring mandamus
proceedings against Anthony
Czarnecki and the election com
mission of Chicago today.
Frole wants to force the com
mission, to print the ballots for
municipal judges so the new six
year term will not be made a sep
If Frole wins, the name of Ed
ward J. Queeny, defeated in the
primaries by Hugh J. Kerns, will
be added to the ballot, and the
name of John J. Sullivan be
dropped from it.
NOBLE CASE CONTINUED
The hearing of Mrs. Carlotta
Noble on the charge of contempt
of court was today continued un
til October 10 because Mrs. No
ble's attorney, Charles E. Erb
stein is busy on other cases.
The contempt case grew out of
Mrs. Noble's daughter's case
against Columbus ("Jack") Cu
neo, son of the Chicago fruit
Assistant State's Attorney W.
R. Fetzer, who was supposed to
be acting for the Nobles, did
much to help out the wealthy
Cuneos in the case.
Rev. Longnecker Dear, I do
wish I could think of some way
lo make the congregation keep
their eyes on me during the ser
mon. Little Tommy Pa, you want
to put the clock right behind the