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Mill ' wpM iyjm'i
ternes engedeYedbyjpayton's in
junctions. AWtyt 40 striKetdfj driveft frpfavthpi
boarding houses Coiyeprieaseii a'
lot adjoining ;th& coal .ompanys
property and v pitched1 their "tents
there.lt was not the company's prop
erty on.' which these Eents were
Deputy U. S. marshals tore these
tents down as being- inviolation of
the spirit of the injunction and the.
tents were moved acrossthe railroad
track to a Ipt.far rernpyedl from the
company property. ,.
There in their tents, under a faded
AmoWnon flacr T10 ctrilrora artraif tVio
next movev They have heard thata
the next attacjciwilibe with atprct.'
and that their tents will Jbe turned.
They; ay sorely Wat, can'J: bg be-cause-.theflag
These" men are' LithuaniansRus
sians, Serbs, lloumaniahs'aniIonte
negrins "wops" they're called by
deputies , and mine owners. Just
wops I, They are tfye type of iien who
do..the" heavy digging on railroad
construction, thejilistering in front
.ofjblast furnaces,and a large part of
itheworkf'ra coalMnineB. And they
toil, and save andidiecforthe women
and children- they..leavebehind.
They understand only vaguely
what the injunction is all about.. But
primitive emotions have been, stirred
by the mere feejing that that which
they come for-to America freedom
is not theirs. -T " " '
Shooting on' Both Sides.
There asjteen violence andshoot-
3 king ion both sides. A miner-has been
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