Baker in His Dough Vat

On Strike

On Strike

These people play rough!

Strike Sympathizers Make Raid on Non-Union Establishment.

New York, May 15.–Max Alheim, a baker of East New York, who did not close his bakery when the bakers recently went out on strike, was dragged from his bed by strike sympathizers and thrown into a vat of dough in the basement of his establishment.

He was so badly beaten that his removal to a hospital was necessary. The women raiders meanwhile attacked Mrs. Alheim and threw pailfuls of dough upon her. The police dispersed the raiders and arrested two of them.

The Indiana Evening Gazette (PA) 15 May 1909

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