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others COLONEL 11OOSEVELT CHAMPION OF ITS BIGHTS. IS A BELIEVER IN UNIONS PHO3VOUXCES THEM NECESSITY OF OCR MODERN LIFE. UnwUe Leadership, However, Thing to Be Guarded Agraln»t--No Syju- · pathy With Greed of the Bad Employer.- FARGO, N. D., Sept 5.--In an ad- dresa here today before a great day crowd, in which were hundreds members of trade unions. Theodore Roosevelt spoke words of warm commendation of the federal judge who was presiding and had introduced because the judge by what he had said, had 'showed himself to be In sympathy with the laboring man. He referred to Judge C. F. Amidon, of district of North Dakota, and the remarks were applauded vigorously by the crowd. Fargo's Labor day celebration was almost spoiled by rain showers which fell intermittently throughout the

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  1. The Nebraska State Journal,
  2. 06 Sep 1910, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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