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BATTLE BETWEEN STAttDAR dlL STRIKERS
AND POLICE IN BAYONNE, N. J.
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Just before a striker was shot down by police dejuties. Strike riot at
the Standard Oil plant in Bayonne, N. J. Two -men were killed, and foui
probably fatally wounded in the battle between strikers and deputies.
"Your health is great, I'm glad to
Confided Dr. Herman Blotch.
"Your pulse is sound, you're fat and
round and "
"Wait, doctor that's my wrist
"Oh,. no!" soliloquized Johnny bit
terly,' "there ain't any favorites-in this
family. Oh, no! If I bite my- finger
nails I get a rap over the knuckles,
but if the baby eats his whole foot
they think ft's cute. "--Ladles' Homo