THE GOVERNMENT: Gob and Suction

Great is the delight of that diligent ichthyologist. Dr. William Beebe, when his deep-sea dredgings bring to light a perfect specimen of a rare fish. Diligent Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney, chairman of the Temporary National Economic (Monopoly) Committee, last week had a similar sensation. Out of the depths of industry he brought wriggling to the surface as tight a little group of patent holders as his monopoly investigation could desire.

There are but two modern ways of mass-producing glass containers, the "suction" and the "gob" processes. Patents to machinery for the former...

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