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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1922. '
TO TAKE BACK ALL
But Insist on an Inquiry to
Find Causes, of Recurring
holdlnor incctlnRS, from any form of tempted to commit ulollo'by outtltwr hl
picKeting ana rrom paying duos. J no
application for' tho Injunction was
mado by Max D. Stoucr, counccl for
the1 American Cloak and Suit- Manu
facturers' Association. Samuel Ur.
trrmycr und MorrlM Hlllqult are coun
sel for tbc union.
L. I. TAILOR ATTACKED;
. BLAMES SUIT. WORKERS
Secielury of Oommiimi Itoqwr und
Suviutnry of Labor David, wlio.liuvf
long hiniKtit un' adjustment of tin
labor dlfricujtloH existing luitwofrt 'tlm
f'loalc and';Hti.munufncturqi-H of UiIh
i'lty and tlicir employees, liavo been
notified by President I,ouls I.nstip tiT
Mia nmnufnclurer.V association thai
tho hitter Wan willing to pocket lb
pride and tu Ice tbc workoiH back on
their own lutins, but upon olio condi
tion. Tbla wuh tluit the -vorkcrn
chould agree to, the. appointment b
RcciclurloH HooVer and Davis of n
eoiumb.sion of three linpaitlal IHvcMi-
gators to. go Into ull the details of
Hin Induhtry to cliijtpvcr what Is
fundamentally wj-oiir with Its oper
ation, causing' tho recurring .strikes.
, Wbon Secretaries Hoover and
Davis wroto ,tp President Schlesslnpor
of tho International Union, asking
that lirt fnako recommendations as to
the poroonnel of the proposed com
mission, ho replied with a demand
that tbo manufacturers Hiirionder un
conditionally" and jniuranteo to ubldo
ly thill original contract with them,
which runs to Juno 1, 1!I22.
President LnstiK "to-day eharacter
iied this reply us a plot to prt'Vcnt
tho manufacturcts ftom 'appealing
Irom tho Injunction obtulned'Hiyx'tho
workers on Wednesday, enjoining the
employers from breaking tho con
tract. When tho workers refused to tct
back to work unless the manufac
turers admitted that they had broken
the contract with their employee.
President Iiustltr. accompanied to
I'harles Slngcr,,.Max Meyer and Julius
Itlauuer, members of his executive
committee, went i to Washington for
a conterencp. with Seci-ptnrles Hoover
and Davis fast Tuesday and Wednes
day. "At that conference." Mr .Lunti--r
said to-day, "we "Mid wo nuru Milium
tu pocket oiu ruin mid put tin
workers back on the old terms, tin
torty-foui -iiour uciU und pleae j
work, everything the emploeis de i
manded, providing the invof-tlKutiiu;
.-ommitlee be appointed.
'I suluantcrfl tlnit ff pit'l'uianufiic.
Hirers were found to be 100 per rrnt.
rromj ln their attitude in the indiit
try, aim the workeis 10o pet cent,
isht, wo would abtdu by this llndtm:,
AlBOl told the' Secretaries- that we
wanted a permanent settlement "f
the existing differences. If wo wanted
anything temporary It could be ef
fected by an appeal to (lo Miller
or lo Mayor Uylan, but that we
wanted more I ban," that.:'
Dellnito art Ion on fuc proposal of
fjecretaries lloovei and Davis that
the workrrs iilurii to tlnn- t.ika
pending un investigation, of the tjur
ment industry by tin' commission will
bo taken this ultcinoon at a incutlng
of the Manufactures' Protective As
sociation at.No, 285 Fifth Aveuuo.
Argument -to- vacate or modify the'
temporary Injunction granted by Jus
tice Ulnklcy last Sutiuday against
ine International Garment Workers'
lTnlon, which was -et for four o'clock
tjila afternoon has been postponed
until Monday ut tho saui" hour br
oio Justice fluy In SUpieme four,.
Tln temponm Injunction is to rot-tram
the iin'mbers nf the union from
Six 'Hen Arrexted m They l'n
Joseph decker was In his tailor shop
at No. 03 Third Street, Long Uland
City, tills morning when two automo
biles drew up and six men got out. He
says Uioy proceeded to beat him be
ennui) ho refused to close his shop In
sympathy with Mm garment strike. The
men flril in l.liclr i;ar paHt the Hun
ters Point Police Shit Ion. whero Patrol
man Iiearni. firing two shots In the air.
'stopped them Onn Jumped out and
escaped, but sIt woKi' Caught,
Tlijoj gavu the natnos of Max Kramor,
No 2S4 D.isl Hotiiton Hlrooti David
tinr-i. No. 11U Itldgn Htreot; Joseph
Sulibel, No. R37 Kast 136th Htroet: Mor
ns rsaciuni, wo. wzt, ciuilon Avenue
fJault'C'liiSlwrg, No. 17 Catherine Street',
iinti .lamrm I'iorcuo, No. 221 liunt 92d
In the rains Island City Court they
were held In St, DIM to U.500 ball on
charges of Bsiult Plorello. u boy of
sixteen, was held on an nilrlltluiiul
charge of stenllng n knlfr und a pair
PATIENT IN HOSPITAL
LEAPS TO HIS DEATH
throat with a razor. He was removed
ta the hospital. This morning he was
taksn ,to tho operating room on a
stretcher. Other patients were being
examined wnon Miner raised mo window
i,.vrnuop nitowiv wilsox f.uxd
The appointment it Lalhrop Urown
of St. Jamci. U I., to be Chairman of
tho Woodrow, Wilson Foundation for
the lit Congressional District wna an
nounced last night by'Jatilcs W. Gerard,
!cf York State Chairman, of tho Foun
dation. Mr, drown during Mr. Wilson's
Administration was a special assistant
to the Secretary of the Interior.
A n- ! lie Treated far Self-In-rlled-il
Alexander .Miller, a patient In tho Ung
Island College Hospital, committed sul
chlq this morning by Jumping from a
window In the operating room of the
hospital. He landed on nil Iron picket
ft rice fracturing his skull. Death was
Miller was a l.iborer, living with hlsa
wife and three ehlldrcri at No. 82 Mld-1
dagh Street. At 11 oeloctt last nlgiat
Ills wife told the oollee that lie had at-
Oppenheim, (Sllins &
34th Street New York
A Special Offering Saturday
Brown Calfskin Oxfords
For Women and Misses
High Grade' Models
In Vogue for Spring:
Style, Quality and Workmanship
Very Exceptional at
Swagger, new models of dark Brown Calf
skin. Made of all-leather on perfect fitting
lasts. Flexible welted soles. Collegiate heels.
Also on Sale in Our Brooklyn Store
1. Altaian Sc
Boterestiinig' Offerings for Saturday
Do You Play the
If you do, the Piano Keyboard
Accordion will be very ca;y for
yon to leant. The keyboard of
this Accordion is arranged like
the keyboard of the Piano.
Artists playing tills instrument
in Vaudeville are arfiong the high
est paid on the Vaudeville Stage.
Pianists, Violinists and other
Musicians find that doubling up
with the Piano Keyboard Accor
dion will increase their earnings
and make their services in greater
You arc cordially Invited to
come in tomorrow and hear a
demonstration of our LA MON
DIALR Concert Piano Keyboard
All Styles of Accordions rang
ing in price from S15 to MSO.
Very Easy Monthly Payments
II tumble to tall, mult thin coupon
Wurlltzcr 120 W. 42d St.
I am Interested In nil Accordion.
Kindly wild aie further pur-Ucvian:
2? Rudolph Wurlitzer Co.
120 West 42nd Street
Bat. Broadway and Sixth Ave.
Exceptional Valines In
Misses' Tailored Smits
Suits of aIIwocl Jersey, in several "
reduced to $!4cg0
Soits of moussyirie or duvet de laineV
, reduced to $38.00
(Second Floor) ;
Wommeira's TmoIc Blouses
These Blouses, which may Ibe obteiinied in
black, navy blue audi beaver, are made of
heavy-quality crepe de Chine, effectively
trimmed with nail-head beadle.
The price quoted is extraordinarily low for
merchandise off this character.
The New Folder
featuring many exceptional values in
The Annual White Sales
is now in effect on the Sixth Floor
hiave on sale
in a complete assortment off the fashionable
colors for daytime and evening wear
at the remarkably attractive price of
$11,110 per yard .
This is a special purchase, just consummated,
and affords an opportunity for obtaining;
Crepe Chiffon, of regular stock quality, at an
unprecedentedly low figure.
A 'New Selectioini "off
QJrls9 Tarn Sports Coats
Sizes 6 to
Sizes BO to
priced as follows:
. at-. -SHE.75
. . at 114.50
' . A Qearapce Sale off
Womraeo's Low Footwear
consisting of Slippers, Pumps and Oxfords,
of the finer grades
reduced to $7.50 per pair
sizes may be obtained, but net in every styie.
(Sect '"J Hoor)
tCljirtp-fourtti JSbtrcct tEijirtp-fiftb .fttrcct
34th Street New York
Greatly Reduced Saturday
6 to 16
All Lined ';
Girls' and Juniors' Winter Coats
Fur Collared and Tailored Styles
Of Bolivia, Veldyne, Ormond and Vicuna, many with Fur col
lars. Chinchilla Coats with shawl collars of Raccoon Fur.
Formerly Sold from 39.75 to 65.00
22.50 28.00 to 38.00
150 Misses Coats and Wraps
Sizes Uh 10 and 18 Years. Also Suitable forJVpmcn fa 36 Bust.
A wide, selection of clever styles with Fur collars,
Also smart tailored models of soft, warm fabrics.
45.00 Formerlv to 85.00
100 Misses' Fur Trimmed Coats
Distinctively smart models, fashiorfed of the season's
favored fabrics, handsomely trimmed with the favored Furs.
Valued to 110.00
Chronology of Year's Doings Complete in Every Detail j
1922 World Almanac!
On Stands. Booksellers
All Records for Ready Reference.
Standard American Annual, i
IIIISH FIIEK STATU TREATY.
KM5CTI0N FIGURES OF CITY ANlr STATE.
SrORTINU RECORDS COMPLETE.
A RMAM ENT C'ONFE HENCE.
IlliO CENSUS IN DETAIL.
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