LABOR: In Los Angeles

U. S. trade unionism, comprising more than 3,000,000 citizens sent its delegates to Los Angeles, Calif., for the 47th annual convention of the American Federation of Labor. First the delegates held departmental meetings—bricklayers to discuss bricklaying, machinists to talk machinery, etc. Then the Executive Council published its annual report, making the following points:

'Ware Labor Banks. Let the banking difficulties of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers (TIME, July 4, Aug. 1) be a warning to Labor not to rush into banking schemes and investment companies until the whole subject of Labor...

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