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LABOUR DELEGATE FINED IN LONDON. Thomas Shelley, age 35, a munition worker, of Stoe kton-on-Tees, who was stated to have been a delegate at Thursday's Labour Conference on Com- pulsion, was fined 40s. at Clockenwell 1 Police Court on Saturday for improper behaviour. Defendant, who wore a Derby arm- let, said he was district secretary of the Boilermakers' Society and chair- man of the Labour Advisory Board for the Tees district. This was his second visit to London. He was returning the same night, and, having deposited his bag at King's Cross Station, he wand- ered about until accosted by a woman of whom he inquired if he was "right for the station." Telling him he had •-plenty of time, she walked by his side, and five minutes later, while behaving improperly, they were stopped by the constables. Evidence was called as to Shelly's character, and a letter was read from an M.P., but Mr. Bros, the magistrate said he had no doubt as to the offence having been committed. The woman concerned was also fined 40s. I

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