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I . j ; . ! i , ' pany IU ii.iiuu.i uui.ii.m.u, aetl. to the plant by the Federal Govern-by ment, that demands would be eonsid-of ered they were told their demands Matthewa A Matlhewa. UNITED STATES CODTtTS. There la Government Interest In a suit, testimony In which was taken before United State District Judge John E. Sater yesterday, on a restraining order granted by him at Columbus recently to the Niles-Bement-Pond Company. Hamilton. Ohio, against officer and membera'1 of Locals fit and 2)3 of th. Iron Molders' Union. Hamilton. The plaintiff la the holding company of the Nilea Tool Works. Hamilton, which haa been manufacturing machinery uaed In making big gun and other munltiona of war, and at which plant a atrtke waa declared May 24 by ,,. mold.r. followlnsr th. j of on' r th"r workmen. Louis 8chalk' Vl' P'dent of the union; ! red J. Stephen. Tim Farley, Harry j Hausel and approximately 150 other I offleera and membera of the two locals, I defendants, appeared In Court. . xhe defense clalma United States putrlct Court haa no Jurlndlctlon on th. roiln(, the Nilea Tool WnrU. i. . .x. .,.. ,., inn uruunu inr 1001 norKl IB a domt(c corporation; that none if Properly Interests was affected. o( the ault by the hold- Ing company la a subterfug to jjet Federal Jurisdiction, that were no complaints againat the defendants and no grounds for an Injunction. The hearing waa threatened with delay by a demand of the defense that the books, records and minutes of the holding company be produced tn Court until counsel for the plaintiff admitted the Nllcft-Bement-rond Company owned a) common atock of the .Nile Tool Works. B.rie..t i-t-nA...A -u there had been picketing of the plant I i I. ... i. i d d Charles Lebold one of the' "" wno remainea at wont, named Walter Price union m.n employed In , a different foundry, but whose em, ; - ' win. t.t. .trlkera. as the man who assaulted him g.ptembe 11, but when asked by coun- le, ,or tne Mtn,. why he did not name his assailant In an affidavit filed I at the time he explained It "took him I some time to eome 40.' after being ! called a "scsb" and knocked down. It Is claimed by the defendants that ' .."r 1 Z .C ago on promise, made by the com- would be csst Into wast baskets. whereupon they walked out a second time. Judge Sater continued the hearing until this morning at o'clock. Attorney W. R Rubin. Milwaukee. Wis, general counael for th lnter- national Molders' Union, and Attorney Robert J. Schank. Hamilton, repreaent the defendanta and Attorneys Allen Andrews and Richard 8h.pb.ard. both i I of of In

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 25 Sep 1917, Tue,
  3. Page 16

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