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. inflicted Borden hours. would think Sawyer when it upstairs shutters had a position her, at A large number of communications from printers seeking charters from International Union were read and referred to appropriate committees. A resolution in commemoration of the late H. E. Gamble of the New York delegation, who was drowned Sunday at Diamond lake, was adopted, aud a adjourn at noon in respect to the was carried. The convention also decided to defray tbe expenses of Mr. Gamble's funeral a committee to accompany the home will be appointed l;ner. A petition from the union pressmen Minneapolis applying for membership referred after considerable discussion the delegates from pressmen's unions. A communication from the union printers of Milwaukee praying the International Union to take some steps exposing the Printers' Protective Fraternity, wbich, according to the petitioners, is composed of rat workmen^ read and ably discussed in executive session. _^ _ ' '