LABOR: Steel Front

To Charles Michael Schwab, 75, who became manager of Homestead Steel plant immediately after the bloody union-crushing of 1892 when ten men were killed, and who last week returned to the U. S. from taking the cure at Bad Nauheim, the current upheavals between Labor and Capital are merely "a phase."

To Edward Francis McGrady, 65, who is Franklin Roosevelt's chief practical executive in the Department of Labor and who returned last week from assuring the International Labor Conference at Geneva that the world's workingmen have a strong will to peace...

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