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THE INDUSTRIAL WAR
Minneapolis. Tom Mann, British
labor leader, declares that the biggest
strike in England's history is immi
nent. "It has been coming for a hundred
years and now it is here," said Mr.
Mann. "The trouble began with the
lockout of large numbers of workmen
in Dflblin, in consequence of a strike
of transport workers because of the
employment of non-union laborers. I
should not wonder if all the laboring
classes in England rose In revolt The
condition of the laboring people in
Great Britain has been unendurable
for years. Time is ripe for a great
Racine, Wis. Supt. of Schools P.
B. Nelson is authority for statement
that Industrial Board will bring dam
age suit against Carpenters' Union
for calling out their men because
non-union electricians were employed
on wiring tne scnooirooms.
Kalamazoo, Mich Next session of
Michigan legislature will see fight for
8-hour law, the resolution introduced
yesterday calling upoifall mine cor
porations and all common carriers to
grant an 8-hour day to their employes
having been passed.
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"Money' talks." "I know; but my
husband has an impediment in' his