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From Writ in
Jnstice Hinkley Suspenda
Restraining Clauses of
Order Against Union Un?
til Final Hearing Friday
Workors Are Jtibilant
Mamifacturers Reported in
Conference at Capital
\$ ith Honvir and Davis
The i junction obtained by the Amer?
ican Cl ak, Suit i I Skirt Manufac
turers' \ - - tioi ag inst the >tril '.,3
meml ers of the Internaticmal 1 id es'
Garmenl Workcrs' Union reached ?
t3ow status yesterday thal of arc in
.;,.;nr that doesn't enjoin, Ob
srrv. rs termed the situation as il stood
list g il c in th. hist ry of ich
proce, ,; ?
After couni for both ides had ap?
peared and entei d various arguments
nnd st Justici V.lonzo Hink?
ley, wh ned 1 porary order < n
Saturda; a nd thei accepted it I ack
fron ' a .-? on co inscl for a cor
recti re - ed I Int. I he <i iy,
but this time with a'l its restra ning
flau^c- suspended pending a hearing as
to wheth. r ;. w ... : :?? made perma
nent, which w 1 be held Friday before
Justice Leonard A Giegerich in Part
1 of th. Supreme Court. Then Judge
Hinkl. . aid:
"Th. c s tvr. ? atter is over, so far ns
1 an3 con. en . d.'
Thus ? :-.!*' became merely
ar order to h >w catisc as to why it
shouIdn't be j.ut inta eflfect, with its
cnjoining clauses mc ar while having no
rnore ;. I ial efl ict than the Meditei
raner.r surf on the R ick of Gibralt .?
cr a safety mr,'."1-. chucked into th.
cra'< r of Mount Vesuvius.
lt wa; announced last night by Ben
jamm Schlesinger, president of th
union, which was an exceeding!
jubilant organization at the outcome
of the day's cvents, that picketing .
the association shops would continue,
that stri ;r ? tings would go on; th: '
}.??: efit; '.'? uld be pa d, and that a
other provisions of the writ, a* origi
rtl;r . gn pi. would 1"- disregarde.
?until thc matter was finally adjudi
Counsel rcpresenting the union ir
oour- -???? r- Samuel Untermyer and Mor?
ris 11 l.juit, while Max D.Steuer, Wil
Iiani Klein, Louis H. Solomon and Ber
nard B: >wn appei red for the Amni
can .-. ocii tion. Steuer and Klein als i
f re ('..unsol for the Cloak. Suit and
Skirt ?*.'". fi'ir urrr.-' Protective As
ecciat m, which is the union's chic'
adversary in the strike.
On a stipulation made by Mr. Unter?
myer Justice Hinkley gave the em?
ployers* counsel their choice of either
putt ng '??- er the arrrun I on ? '?
temp rary writ until to-day or Friday
oi' of accepting a n issuance of it, wil
operat on of the enj. ining clauses sus
fiended until Friday's arguments as to
Mr. Sol rr, n, indicating that the lat
at the Show.
ter choice would be the most accept
able, then a ked thal I c c itise rc
straining pict etinj* I ?empted I rom
a -j.. nsion, bui J ud c Elinklcy said
tiiat this was a tnatti r for Justice Gie
gerich to decide 1- lay. Tlio "de
natu: cd" ii ji netii 11 \v t h ". ssued.
Later, in f< rmal ly. ci ns< for tho
associal ion ee to feel thai therc I
v;: son ? ? - which thc enl irc J
writ had hec nn operative, but Justice i
liinkley informed ii liring i cp irtcrs
thal snch ??? . not thi c ?. ? ? and that
the union was nol n traincd from any-j
thing pro t m.
Rcpn entntivei of thc Protective As?
soc iation i ' yers wcre i cp irl ed to
havo met di in \V:. li ingl on
wil h Secretary ( innlerce I loover
and Secrctnrj of ! .- ? i Davis, in ef
for!*: of thc two ( ;i; net members to
restore ha ??..? iij ii Xew Yorks wom
en's gar ncnl manufacl ring ii dustry,
Repeated requosts wcre made of Mr.
Schlesinger by II. 1.. Korwin, director
of tln* Department of Labor'!1 concilia
tion bureau, to attend tl c c mforence.
Deciining to meet with lhe nianufactur
ers "unl il thi i ? I n the union :;*< mi -
beva to their jobs and vcivw their
?> i.'.::: ted .?.-?? ?,.?? ' \| r. Sch Ich ir-.^cr
finally agri cd to mn i nly v. ith thc
two sccrctaries "i itter of cour
tesy." \. i . ' ? I ? ? ? . ild not go to
Wa* hii rtoi until thc injunc ioi matter
1003?Wrought Iron Cnnd'.r
eticks $.'5 tho pair
NOTHING that we
can say herr about
Ovington gifts is one
half as cogent a reason
as the sincerity of the
letter of appreciation
which follows infallibly
in their train.
"TheGiftShopof 5th Ave"
Fifth Avenue at 39th St.
As cars whJth hither
to havfevrccupied a
place of prestigc, one
by one^^ttfTdraxv from
the quality^group, the
stands out in even
York Motors Corporation
217 West 57th Street
Lincoln Motor Cars
are exhibited on the First Floor
at Grand Central Palace
?rSff/i;:. <-=.> 'Ml*^.v,ig!'i ?#
They're the talk of lie show
The five ne| b^JJyles offered on ii-.- \ .n;.
chassi.? of the
And the new low prico-*^fs$1295 stamps them
the most corSnicuous^molbr c^r value of tcday.
At the "fiTTn |*j.1Ti 1 Floor, B-29
A. G. KAUFMANN MOTOR CAR CORP.
Inquiry Ordered on
Woman'8 A e t i o n s
In Horton Murder'
Governor Direets Attorney
in I'robe of Mrs. Brooks" s
Connectioii With killiiifj
l-.n,.. ,-! Sfo/t Corrrspond*nl
ALBANY. .lan. 10. Governor Miller
to-day ordered the Attorney Gem
to supersedo District Attorney U; .
of N'ew York City in the Rraiid iur>
investigation into "thc tran -e (.ions ofl
Mrs. Lucille Brooks ldutiv to the
death of Police Lleutenant Floyd llor
ton in New York on December 16, ' 2. > "
The order was issued at the request ;
of Mr. Banton, who before his entrance
into the oflice of tho Xew York County
Prosecutor was counsel to Mrs. Brooks.
who was in the automobile with ?'? >?
Laresch, his brother. Nicholas, id
others w..en Joo phot Lieutennnl Hor?
ton ns he was tryinp to place thc party
under arrest. .loo was killed by n
bull?t from Horton's pistol.
Counsel for Nicholas Laresch. '?<.:i<>
tras convicted of murder in the second
depree, has maintained since the r.i
rest of Laresch that Mra. Brooks, who
was used an a state witness, should
also havo been indicted, und alleged
discriminntion ngninst hi. client ln
favor of Mrs. Brooks, who is thc wife |
.>'* :i wcll-1 p cl,, Chicago insunincc I
Governor Miller explained thnl Dis- :
tricl Attorney Bantoii, becau e of his
liavine; been counsel t" Mrs. Rrooks.
w .1 ? ,: isquni,lied from ncl iiiK in ' Ite
case. In requirinc the Attorney Gen
"i nl to t-ikc chui rc f.io i lovernor di?
rected Min lo "further innuagc, prose
i-nte and conduct the trial nt .-r.i.l term
i ;' said court, or al uny lerm at which
they may I ereafter bu Iried, of nny and
r;ll inclie : nieiil - thnt mny be found
against said Mrs, Lucillc Brooks upon
any violation of law relntitiR to the
leath of said Police lieutem.nl Floyd
Morton, nnd thal in such proceedings
nnd nctions thc District Attorney of
N'ew York County -hall only exercise
? r.i h powers nnd perform such dutios
as are required <>r him hy you or tho
Deputj Attorney Generul so nltend
M i. B inton said yesterday hc had
asked !?> he- superseded, after recuivinuf
anonymous letters urgiiiR that
clion he taken lo asccrtain Mrs.
Brooks's connection with tire crinie.
A: lhe time of Laroach's trial it. was
brought oul thnt the' revolver with
which Morton was .-hot belonged toher.
Reports thei lln Governor's action
was j. result of coniplnints hy Bernard
Sandler, counsel foi- Laresch at. the
time of his convictlon, were denied yc -
te r.l.'iy hy Mr. Sandler.
Federal Suit Begun
To Split Cenienl Rinjaj
Dcfcitdantg in Denver Action
Accuacd of Combining in
RcsLrainl of Triule
WASHINGTON', .Inn. io. Institution j
of a suit in Denver under lhe Shor- i
man anl.i-trusl act against lhe Ce- ?
;?! ?? si t 'SecuriticK Companies, ita six
suhsidinry ccment manufacluring com- i
panien and their oflieerfl nnd directors I
waa announced to-day by Attorney I
The dofendant**, Mr. EJaugherty said,
wcre chargnd with having pntered into ;
i combination to restrain and monon
dize mier.-tntc trade and commerce in :
l'ort land o ment In thc states compris-I
ing the Itocky Mnuntniu regiori of thc I
I nited States.
Tiie ( onibinc Action
COLUMBIJS, Ohio, Jan. 10. An ac?
tion secking tii dissolvn Ino so-callcd
tiie trust. otherwise known as the Tilc
Manufaeturcrs Credit Association, was
liled in the i cderal Difltrict Court to
day by District Attorney J, R. Olark on
direction of Attorney General Daugh?
erty. Thc action is brought under tlie
Sherman anti-trust law and names aa
defendants thirty-seven lirms and
officials in Ohio, Pennsylvania, West
Virginia, N'ew Jersey, New York, Ken?
tucky, Indiana and Massachusrtt".
Announcing New Series
Chalmers Six $1295
This new series Chalmers Six is the
first product of the new Chalmers
The wondcrful results of the six-cyl
inder engjneering which has been
going on in the Chalmers plant for
more than a year, reveal themselves
instantly, in this car, to the man who
has driven other fine cars.
All Models Equipped With Disc Steel Wheels and Cord Tires
Complcte Line Exhibiud at the Automobile Show. Space A-2
Maxwell-Chalmers Distributing Corporation
1808 Broadway nt 59th Street Telephone Circle 5550
Bronx Branch: 175th Street and Grand Concourte
Telephone Tretnont 4914
ESSEX COACH $1345
F. O. B.
The Very Car YouVe Wanted
The Essex Coach is in reach of every man who can
afford a good moderate priced open car. Its cost is
vary little more. It seats five, and is ideal as a family
car or for business or professional conveyance.
The Show will bring nothing, we think, to compare
with Essex values.
Note These Remarkable New Prices
Touring - - $1095 Coach - 11345 Sedan - - $1895
Coach - - $1345
F. O. B. Detroit
HSK JFfJP COMPANY OF NEW YORK, Inc
iSOO Broadway, N. E. cor. 63rd Street
BROOKLYN, N "V
14*2 B?")f?rrl Ave
., JAMA1CA, L. I
Itergen ancl HiiiMj.i,. \yPK
>TEW KO( iikm/k. n. T
0(37 .Muin Slreet
XKWARK, N. J.
inr rV,;..Vi\' Y# WHITK IM.AJLNh
160 l.rauU lont-ourse lM-lBK Martlne Ave.
JKRSEY CITY. N. J.
League Satiafied Witli
Upper Silesia Prospect
Council in Onrning Session Ih
MjmIc Optimistic I?v Sir Erie
GENEVA, Jnn. |0 I Hy The A ko
nlnlcd Press). A noto of optimism
wa observed at thc opening session
of thc Council of tho Leaguc of Nn
tions to-day over Sn- Erie Drummond's
report on thc Upper Silesian Commis?
sion. Thc commission wi,5* appointed
?is a rcsult of the Councll's decision
last Rutnmer drnwing th<> lioundary line
between Germany and Poland.
Therc was consldernble satisfaction I
expressed on the progrcss of the In?
ternational Court of Justice, scheduled
to open at Tli" HaRue on January 30.
|t '.-.'ii < announced that fortj five states
have signed the stututea of the court,
eighteen have approved of thc optional
clausc I'or compulsory jurisdictlon and
thirty have deposited ratifications ot"
tlu* general prolocol of ihe court.
Coolhlgc lines to Chicago
WASHINGTON, Jan. 10. Vico-Presi
dont Coolidge left here to-day for Chi?
cago, where he is scheduled to speak
to-morrow before the Hamilton Club.
King Alexander lo Marry
Serbion iMonarcli F,ngage<l io
Princess Marie of Kiimnnin
BELGRADE, Jan. 10. The engage?
ment of Kimr Alexander to the E'rincess
Marie, second daughter of King *?"? ? .-.**
rinnd and Q'j?*?*n Mnrie of Rumai ia,
?WB1 officiair? ffimtfunced ?etrt..^
? r' n a y,
Pi-taftai Man- ?* twenty-tw*
old. !*-,* wn, *po-*?<*?nJgJJ,2 ?"?n
?;-"'"' ??-? ??? *., ph .T:';;A,>v.
Jugo-Sla ? | Sep-fcmber iftMr* ??
Aiexander. v ... Ih r * M,f?nV' K'"?
'he late K h#**?r ,? &%?"4 ?."? '*
?irt* : ' nd *4nd -tueen-M*! ' n<
Rumai r at ? -?rci.v..,.:,..--/;'; ' if
Advertising induces a first sale
***** "Q\*ality" alone mah^ Permane?
ctistom ~ ??- nt
Once tried, is never forsaKen
Sealed ipacKets only BlacK.Green or mixefi
Aieiropolitan Diftrxhuiors ^? '
Msits ihe Show Shou
IS THE ATTRACTIVE, LOW
PRICE OF THE NEW
The new Haynes 55, roomy, three-passenger
Usupelet has individuid fenders and individ
ual aluminum steps as standard equipmem.
Luggage space in rear deck; interior uphol
steted in hand-buSed leather and choice
fabnc; exquisite dome light; 121-inch wheel
base; 33x4 cord tires; searchlight type head
?Tlu6Xtreri0r 8% cowl *&** equipped
with the famous Haynes-built, six cylinder
motor. Be sure tosee this newest addition to
the Haynes 55 series. A surprise awaits you.
QnnnMtionatVht GRAND CENTRALfiftlACE-jJ)acc A-7