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committee. A big fight was expect
ed in this committee and anti-fender
men were to argue against fenders
and for the I. M. A. repeal ordinance.
When the committee meeting was
called yesterday and the I. M. A. ordi
nance which was to kill fenders was
brought up not a word was spoken
for it. No I. M. A. offered a defense.
Then came the opinion from the
corporation counsel's office.
Could big biz have known already
what was coming off?
BLAST IN EASTERN FACTORY
KILLS AND MAIMS
New York, Dec. 21. One man was
killed, two are reported missing and
eleven are injured, some probably fa
tally as a result of an explosion to
day which wrecked the . Dextrine
building of the Corn Products Refin
ing Co.'s plant at Shadyside, N. J.
Fire followed the explosion, said to
have been caused by spontaneous
combustion, but the blaze was quick
The blast came without warning1
and the walls of the plant were blown
The damage was estimated by the
police of Edgewater, N. J., nearby at
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