Cleveland, Aug. 30.- There was a largely-atteuded uieetiu al the WeddeU House of the Wmdw Glass Manufacturers' association oL the western district to oousider the demand for wages made by the workmen. There was some talk of starting three or four non-union tactories aod giviug them the moral and financial support oL the associatioo, which would be a startliag departure frotn exiating conditious. rfö action oa t-his uoiut was Caken. ïbe tuanufiictuivrs daeiare ït is imposible to produce jclass ;tt profit on ttie scale of wages propo.-sfd. The wuge questiou w;ia left in tha aauds of the wnjje Comoiitt-e with full authority, vvnich is believed t.vj mean tbat tbere will ba anotLei' coutorence with ttie workman.