The Daily Mercury
The Daily Mercury
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Description: Will Fight Labor Unions - Mrs. Robb to Organize;
Permanent Organization

Date: April 20 1900

Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL

Source: Madison Co. Library, Huntsville, AL

Page/Column: Page 1, Column 5; Page 3, Column 5

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WILL FIGHT LABOR UNIONS
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Mrs. Robb to Organize Association Among the Women
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CHICAGO, April 19.—Mrs. J. S. Robb, whose testimony before the congressional industrial commission in this city created a sensation on account of the stand she took against labor unions, gave out last night the details of a plan by which she expects to organize thousands of wives of working men throughout the country together with the non-union men in a movement against what she terms “trades-union tyranny.”
Mrs. Robbs plans to hold a mass meeting where working men’s wives and others may voice their protest against “the mob rule of the union packets.”

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PERMANENT ORGANIZATION
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Catholic College Convention Discusses Questions of Importance.
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CHICAGO, April 19.—At today’s session of the Catholic college of America and Canada Rev. Patrick Smythal of Niagara university opened the debate with a paper on “Religious Institutions In College.” He was followed by the Rev. John P. Carroll of St. Joseph’s college, Dubuque, Ia., with a paper entitled “The Teaching of Modern Language in College.”
In the afternoon session rev. M. P. Dowling of Omaha read a paper on “The Development of Character In College Students.”
This evening a business meeting was held when the officers were elected. It is proposed to effect a permanent organization to be known as the Association of Catholic Colleges of the United States.

Submitted: 01/03/15

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