fciAN Francisco, Feb. íis - The boycott of The War Cry by the Typographical Uniou will probably re-ult in an organized flght against the Salvation Army by the trades uniems. Steps are being taken by the unión to accouipllsh ch.e resal t, and copies o( their manitesto calling 011 ull members of unlons to refrain from hav ing anything to do wir.h the Salvation Army have been Fent all over the eoast. The War Cry oifioes at Xew York and London are both ander unión rules, and General Booth is known to be in favor of organ ized labor. At the headquarters of the Typgraphi al Union the leeling is very bitter at the action of Staff. Captain Milsaps, who .ischarged two typeseUers because they askéd General Booth to order The War Cry offices unionized. On the other hand Staff Captain Milsaps is equally obdurate. le declaros he is the man who has solé control of the local office and that by gong to General Booth Captain Merritt and Private Hickox weie guilty of conspiraey against him (Milsaps). "They shoulcl have come to me," said the editor, 'bilt they passed me by, went to the general and showed that they had been conspiring to defcat my purpose while working under my uommand. As this s a military orgauization such behavior could uot bo toleriitetl and I discharged them."