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 - British en whos" i n n ma a c h i n e APPEAL...
British en whos" i n n ma a c h i n e APPEAL (Continued from page 1.) tile and Kdin- ninii- rs' union, Hamilton, but desired sov- rat days to consider the scope of the lijunction niid alsu.lo consult authoii ics on llvi 'issue: raised 'by llw.'ile 'o;rs«..lliiit.his cotirl had no ion. A f t e r · all (he evidence had iilbmitted; Judge Salci 1 said, tiipje .1) icni'od to be, abnormal conditions ex- sting in the city of Hamilton qi out- nf the strike at t h e N Too) works, but the quost-ion was igiiinst whom and Imw many persons 10 injunction'should be granted. Counsel for. the plaintiffs suggested ;lie injunction ilio made to include )ot-li unions as they were kindred or ^iiitii'.atiotis inul officered by the same men and these officers were men against whom t h e charges were brought, contending also t h a t are responsible, for the nets of their officers.. ' Attorney W. H. Rubin, Milwaukee,i counsel for (lie defendants,, eoiilondcrl' t h e entire membership should not held accountable for tho acts of a and t h a t the evidence, was i t i s c-ient against the men nnincil. lie laid slrcss on Hie teslioimiy of Fay Jngalls, secretary of the plaintiff company, ( b u t only one resolution existed whereby the Niles Tool Works adopted the p l n i n l i f f company sales agents *nml t h a t as the N Too] Works is n domestic corporation its failure to carry out government eonti'iieU beennu: a loeal proposition, lie emphasi/cd some- men were, divce- ors in both companies. Urgency of the p l a i n t i f f iillijig its government orders and gir- ng preference- over all oilier work inder (lit- national defense net was played upon by p l a i n t i f f ' s ihi'onglionl the bearing. According lo witnesses for the plaintiffs the "sUIes-Hciiionl-Pond company had $3,1)00,000 $3,1)00,000 worth of orders for milking machinery lo be used in the inanu ; laetiu'c of war munitions for the LJnif-d iSlates government but through Lhc. strike ot' the iron mohlevs, now i n , its- )'mirt]i month, )jns IJL-OII unable to do I lie work. of di do ly U I no ' 'BABY WIL1 Born to Jfrs. FroclVr Wilier (Clara toiR), ,o'C 821 Eighth street,

Clipped from Hamilton Evening Journal26 Sep 1917, WedPage 3

Hamilton Evening Journal (Hamilton, Ohio)26 Sep 1917, WedPage 3
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