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Nockles to see the city controller and
health com'n'r to protest against the
leasing of the plant.
The Manufacturers' News was the
next paper to be quoted and con
demned. Delegate Walt of the
Ironworkers told the league that an
article in a recent issue blamed or
ganized labor for the baby bandits,
fKk) that they had turned bandits because
they couldn't get into the unions.
"The story failed to mention or to
blame the'open shop, where every
body is supposed to be able to-work,"
Since the previous meeting Jas.
McCarthy, sergeant-at-arms, had
died, so the league passed a resolu
tion of condolence, which will'be pre
sented to the family by Pres. Fitz
patrick. o o
Bucalo, N. Y. Mrs. Charles Teiper,
67, son, Frederick, killed and Grace
Teipner, daughter, mortally wound
ed by negro on Orchard Park road
about 2 miles from Buffalo early to
day. r'ittman, N. J. Just as she finished
her thousandth painting of cats, Mrs.
E. M. Gardner, relative of Asa Packer,
founder of Lehigh university, was
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