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yTviE'RE THROUGH MonkeYin'T
(IFYbU DON'T-PITCH FEft. V
vLus TODAY, we'u- X
.And he Is the captain of the
MACHINISTS STILL ON STRIKE
AGAINST GOODMAN MNFG. CO.
' The strike committee of the Inter
national Association of Machinists,
District Lodge No. 8, gave out the fol
"The machinists are still on strike
against the Goodman Manufacturing
Co., having been on strike since July
"As this company manufactures
mining machinery the miners have
Become interested, and their mem
bers refuse to handle any machinery
from this unfair shop.
" "The company does not desire to
be fair to organized labor, and, with
the assistance of the miners, we ex
pect to soon make some adjustment
' "We request machinists, when
seeking employment, to give this
plant a wide berth, and, with the as
sistance of the men who deslrebetter.
team and its best pitcher, loo!
working conditions we expect to soon
have an adjustment of this trouble.
(Signed) VSTRIKE COMMITTEE."
"What is your ma?" the teacher
"A suffraget, she heads the list,"
The boy replied, "and sister is
An uplift sociologist."
"What is your pa?" he next was
The lad he thought, then answered
"I am not sure, but think pa
Said that he was a sufferj,"-