Charles F. Woerner Labor Commissioner and situation in Bedford, Indiana

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j at at it the Cap-tai.i the In-i.asity In-i.asity im the the bt Go- Go- an St. the rato;was,.copns-J rato;was,.copns-J BEDFORD CALLS FOR THE GUARD f Local Hiilliirities Fear Situation Vil 6roi Serious. STRIKE TROUBLE IS 6BQW1K6 Dlsputt Between Twa Pactions of ' SfohXutters"atht EranyultT!eaat Bedford Haa Led to Situation . Which Sheriff Box Fears Will'. Cul- Cul- minata in Riot Henct Call Was . Madt - For Trcops ,ed - Governor " " i. ',.1 Marshall Instructed-a. Instructed-a. Instructed-a. Company of 8tate Guards to Stand Under Orders, f Beaiora, ma., Nov. Zo. Such an acute, stage has been reached Jn the dispute between the -general -general union stone cutters cu the one hand and the National Society of Cutters and Stone Mill Operators on the other, t-. t-. t-. Sher iff BfMt nf I.awrenivs rnitnl v ) Governor Marshall id send ',-'''K"i ',-'''K"i ',-'''K"i nll-itia nll-itia nll-itia here to4 assist In preserviSg lh-3 lh-3 lh-3 peace. Tho)igh,there has beeri np serious serious rioting, frequent minor clashes between between the general union men and their opponents have resulted, and the sherv Iff feared he would be unable to swear in enough deputies to maintain order. . Several more mills have been forced to close, the employes going out in sympathy with the general union Cutters. Cutters. Between 1,000 and 1,500 men are now idle and the general union men predict that all th,e quarrymen in the district, numbering about 5,000, will strike In symapthy. r When Adjutant General Oran Perry arrived here he Immediately went Into conference with Mayor John B. Stlpp and Sheriff Thomas Box. At the conclusion conclusion of the talk General Perry said that he did not think : it likely that troops would be needed to control the situation. With GenetellPeiirv was Woerner, who '.will look carefully into. the trouble. his office the Mr. Hampshire office Ho art gus. of . He San and 11c. Centra! ' In the writer, and and to ft a by

Clipped from The Alexandria Times-Tribune27 Nov 1909, SatPage 1

The Alexandria Times-Tribune (Alexandria, Indiana)27 Nov 1909, SatPage 1
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