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Decided A Novel Case

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Chicago, Nov. 19.- There are two bodiea af "unión" carpenters in this city, butone of which bclongs to tho Building Trades council and Ís theroforo the regular "unión" body; the other bódy therefore 19 lookod upon as "non-unión" and treated as such. The "irregular" body askcd a perpetual injunction against the ono conneoted with the Building Trades council to prevent tho "regular" unión men from preventing the "invprulars" from working by gitlíerlngin mobsand foroing said irregular to sta away from tlie buildings where they wore omployed. Judge Tuley has jusc dcnicd the applicatimi. He said tho court could not indict a mob; tliat tho rcniedy tlic "irregular" had was to have the men who assaulted hiin indictod (a inethod that ia practicaliy impossiblo, from the multlpllcity (i{ su. Is tl): t WOllld follow); that il tbere was no other r.'niedy it was the fault of the law; that a labor unión could not go into court to proteot its membera in their righc to work. The complainlng ".ïnions thurofore can get 110 relief, .and they will be subject to the boycott and other mans of preventlng them from workin uutil they become "regulara,"


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