LABOR: Broken Health

Last week the able correspondent, Clinton W. Gilbert, penned these words:

"When Samuel Gompers made a report to the Executive Council of his Federation of Labor in favor of indorsing LaFollette and Wheeler he ceased to be the leading figure in the American labor movement, or, rather, by his own act he recognized that that leadership had passed from him to. others. He was trailing after Johnston of the Machinists, Stone of the Engineers' Brotherhood, Hillman of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers and several others who were quicker than he had been to...

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