LABOR: At Vancouver

Cartoonists often represent Labor as a hulking, slightly stupid man with great biceps and an ominous sledgehammer in his hand. Viewing the cartoon, one gets the idea that it would be incautious to tread on the man's big toes, extremely imprudent to slap him in the face. He might be sluggish and slow to anger, but if aroused his wrath could be violent. Fortnight ago U. S. Labor, the large part of it that works in steel, copper and textile mills, decidedly had its toes stepped on. After sustaining wage levels through...

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