LABOR: Lock-Out

Founded on waterpower sites controlled by Alexander Hamilton, Passaic, N. J. developed into a beehive of small enterprise. One small Passaic enterprise is Canal Co., a neckwear shop employing 40 people and owned by one Max Brenner and the Brothers Tuckman, Jack & Kenneth. Monopolist Hamilton must have started in his grave last week when Canal Co. locked out its employes until they joined the union (C. I. O.'s Textile Workers' Organizing Committee". The company stated: "We are paying union wages and we sell our products to union houses, so we see no...

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