Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer
MANY HAMILTON STRIKERS Return To Their Posts and More Are Expected To Follow,' srsciaL DIM-ATca To TBI XtfQt-IBSB. Hamilton, Ohio, January 10.--When the Hamilton Machine Company settled Its differences with the strikers Saturday, and the men returned to work Monday morning, first evidence, was given of a break In the strikers' ranaa. Thla morning the large plant of the Nlles Tool Works Company posted up notices setting out definitely the working time and scale. More than KX) men were working to-day at the Hamilton Machine Company, and It waa reported that K4 were employed at tbe Nlles. It Is said that a settlement will be made at the Hooven, Owens Rentachler Company Wednesday morning and that the rest of the shops, in all about eight, will follow suit in the next few days. The Court of Appeals has returned Its decision and affirmed the Common Pleas Court In the ease In error filed by strikers, Aaron Campbell et al. vs. The Hamilton Foundry and Machine Company et al. The ault was filed charging the strikers with contempt of Court In Ignoring an Injunction proceeding to prevent them from Congregating near the shop or molesting employees. The Common Pleas Court found the strikers guilty, and a ault In error was Bled In the Court of Appeals. Thb grand Jury called W witnesses to give testimony In the strike ease trouble In which five men were wounded and one killed. Home of the strikers; belonging to the Machinists' Union, met to-night and turned down the scale proposition posted by the Niles Tool Works Company. A committee of the IL P. Deuscher Company will have a meeting to-morrow morning with the strikers of tills shop. at which a proposition will be made lead ing to the ending of the strike at this shop. .