Clipped From New York Herald
Tlie Sliirt. Catters to Strle. The majority of the sliirt catters of the ^ast evening at 91 Walker street, and effected temporary organization for the purpose of demanding eight hoars a day. The chairman selected ifarHa Brubaker ; the secretaries, Messrs. 3arcusand"Adolph 'Wald; the treasurer, Edward Knickerbocker. Abont the total number of sn the city is one hundred and fifty ; Chops, forty. Eepresentatives" from, most of She shops were present and these stated Â·that no difficulty -whatever would be expert- Â·-Â«uced Jtt getting the eight hours for a day's 3t was resolved to demand the eigat hours aay-nesx Ths fall number of men worktog-in -f hop are to act as a committee TO determination of the meeting to the bosses, tsommittee of three was appointed to look shoae shops that had no representative present 4ast evening^ A check for $aa was received *feyer Hun, of Chambers street, to help the Â«st3bliÂ£hing-the organization.