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 - ' ' and cn- , to Imt moiii- THE STRIKE '(TAKES...
' ' and cn- , to Imt moiii- THE STRIKE '(TAKES ON IfATIONAL SCOPE. i KegaKiing the strike situutioii ,,'iu this city O j a u i M. J.' Uhis city, ^otlay. .issued .-the ilipnt: M. J. McMahon Mtuto-' "f'he statement .made by''tlie officers of the Niles T?ol.Works to the effect that 150 'men 'had. led to. work -is untrue. Their other .statement to the effect that the hone ot the strike, is broken is erroneous. ; It is not the, backbone' of the/strike, 'but the wishbone 'that is broken and the only effect of l lln action of, the gang bosses going'back to work.-will'hiivc. is to prolong tlio strike and engender a bittei-neji;, which I had hoped we would be t o avert. · · · - · · , , '·'-I have'niiide -every':reasonable of-; fort to bring about an niljiistnicnt of the trouble and two of tho sliops would have settled during the past week if it had not been for the influence ·'ot 1 the officials' of Ilic Niloa Tool Works Co. "The i-niiiors which 'have ( hce:i curreift to Oic-effect tliat a member of the board'of directors of th'e'i Hooven, Owens Kcnt.s-chicr Co:; was a stumbling blonk in 'the an ndjiistiiient Of tl'iis trouble' is'.nli-i solnfcly liiifoiinded. 'Tlie inch' 'who, arc responsible for the strike being' prolonged are the officers of the Na f -j tional Metal Trades .association. '" ; "Letters will he sen/oiit today 000 lodges i-c|,rcscn(iii!' 110,000 r or'-| .-yinizcxl iiiachinists, staling tfic con- diiiHns,Iicro:ati{l reriucsting them .to no mncliinci-j' manufactured In- the ulanls now on strike in this i-i^H'i . l i e - i n ^ tomjxfllcd ii.'liiiii hut as . T I u - ; N i | .'(.'«. ,',; W J [ l i h l ; , l l l i : !l I is),T.'ill jio-v n,v (ill iiu^n

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  1. Butler County Democrat,
  2. 09 Dec 1915, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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