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President McArdle Said He Would Recommend Resisting the Open Shop Order.
The Wall Street Journal,
Jun 15, 1909

Pittsburg--Between forty and fifty delegates, representing the sheet and tin mill sub-lodges of the Amalgamated Association, convened in Moorehead Hall Monday. P. J. McArdle, president of the association, called the meeting to order. In addition to the delegates, the advisory board, which consists of the officers, was present. The out-of-town vice-presidents include Walter Larkin tin division; Llewellyn Lewis, sheet division, Martin's Ferry, Ohio;...

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