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BATTLE BETWEEN STAttDAR dlL STRIKERS AND POLICE IN BAYONNE, N. J. iniimrinnnilH1f""-,'-"r" 'M vy1" M'fcliff mfr- rTHmMfiffBHTCm ll HMIMMiyiltll Mm Ml MJiMMllBlllW ipwirp - WmntmimSlmm vj?mz& unS37WDCD UNSESK3CD 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. o o HIS ERROR "Your health is great, I'm glad to state," Confided Dr. Herman Blotch. "Your pulse is sound, you're fat and round and " "Wait, doctor that's my wrist w.atchj" DISCRIMINATION "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 Journal.