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V. S. Indnstrv
In Coal Strike
Rland, Fresh From Confer?
ence \S ilh Harding, Vi arns
House of Urgent Need
of Stabilization Mcasure
Reveals President's Plan
Year - Round Operalion
and E-limination ol Over
developmenl Are l rged
' - - ? . 11 : ' .. I ... , . .
WASHINGTON, Mav 2. Fresh from
i Wh ite House coi ference - - ?'-. Prcs
dent TIht ding on ' o coa trike - lua
tion, Representative f':>':,i Bland, Rc
,- . , - - - .,. author of the bill
g Federal coal nvestigalion
t .1 be recomm. nded
v eek for pa ssago, warned I ??
: ? ay that the I - -? a l ap
> ng when all indusl pi or es -
,-. crippled. In >. long spc
pected to whip the House into action
en the strike problem, Mr. Bland ro
vcaled for the firsl time the gen ral
? of the plan being .vorked out
by Presidenl Harding and his Cabinel
foi permanent sl of I i n
The gove rnmenl h e ind icaletl,
tackinu thr ... hol. problem :'. lhe
thal the t ea lonabl chai etc of
the coa! business is ts prinn ba ? ? '.
:? nd thal it om tl rd ov.. i -
avith unprofitable mines. Of oui itand
ng in poii ai e among lhe pi
e- for "l he sick i>:- nes ;>
declai ed, are e] imination of this over
dcv.-lo; m< nl witl b vii '... lo sl,-.,,; er
work. cheaper per diem \a:.g- d
cheaper producl ioi co and
mmer production i - ? ribut
rail roads a nd indusl ia eentei en
couragt d by a summi freii I ? -. ?
Steady Production Soughl
"lt is hoped, by : I ? n are l
ing t! deepest on I a :. rea i nal iona 1
pi ..L'le-v thal we ma> evei tualjy find
a , ?""' 4-- *'..|- ?'.. evils n I he coal in
dustry and thi i,\ be c ita;
al as e may ? ave a -' eady pro
?- , ? ; ' , -. oiis ,; u -: ng ' .- year
nd w ? ' compel il ion v\ ill reig i and
? '? i ..;. fue] :?:,'. bc id ". il ;> a good,
? ' ' ' i thc ..per..? ,?,-- ,'ind n p.i
.-, - .; Ie ' ?. woi k for thi mi
pl. j ees," sa id Represental ia ? ? Bland in
taking up his discussion of the plan
being worked out under the supervision
of Secretary of Commerce Hoover.
Earlicr in his speech the li
n ?' ni.' :. '.' ho has taken a prominent
parl in the House hearings on the
strike as a member of the labor com?
mittee, urged the need for a Federal
fact-finding agency folloAving an altack
upon the operatoTs for refusing to
rJiv ilge production figures. The opera
toi do. nol wanl lb. countrj lo know
?.. hal il costa him lo produ. e I. "be?
cause h< rcallzes t hat in ma ny in
stai ? th.r publ ic wou:d fei oui raged
and I ha t some rei a lial or> mea u e
would be resorted to," sa d Mi Bland.
":' ne 'i. on I ;i of ',; (' greal coal ;t rike
has pi ...-,'i into h (tory with no irame
( at< pro p. ct ol he contending forci -
getting together i settlement. It is
estimated that there are 650,000 ? ,
ing coal miners in tiie country to-day
and very few of them are employed
temporarily in any other capacity.
"It is true that the pinrh from want
of fuel has not been severely fell a
yet,-bnt the time is fast approaehing |
when our splendld industrial pTOgress
will be crippled to a marked dej re,
During Die last montti a tremendous
? nt of econoniie waste has I ikoi
plrfc. l T-.--- -.- elfth of th( ;'.'. i for
many thousands of men has been losl
forever. The Republic's greatness and
usefulness have been impaired and
weakened. Its wealth and commeri
prestige must inovitnhly suffer, How
long it is t.o cnr.tin.ie no one ran say. '
lu Vole in (iarment'
\\ orkrrs" Session
Clcveland Convention Rc
fuscs lo Seal Nc? ^ orker
Charged With Slandering
i)\c Joint Board of \ nion
, p, -..- di ipafi l. (o Thf 1 ?' t. r
?? LEV l-'.I.AND, May 2. -The a
on of th<> International Ladies'
j Garment Workers' Union was support
I ed in what may be regarded as a full
c -t of the strength not only of the
I radical element in tho union but of
all the disgruntled and critical within
it-. fold when tho report ..f th" creden
tials committee on a bitter New York
controversj was adopted late this after
Tl '- dh-ision, the first in two days of
the com I came over lhe seating
, ?" a d. legat. from t loak Operators'
Local Mo. 1, Avho Avas cbarged avith hav?
ing -land.red 'he joint board of the
n. After Iavo hour? of acrimonious
debate the credentials committee's rec
omniendation that the delegata be re
'? a b< at was adopted, 126 to 67.
Iw-i.s (he high pol of b ? ,
? mostlj ' list. ng to congratu
i latory telegrami- and addresses. To
ilrlc?::' ca c< nclude the
\ ot ing on I he i epoi t ^f t ho credi n1 al
... n 11 oi a" I Avill then organize i he
[committees and refer the resolut.ions
The convention will lasl ten days
a- d is being held in the Brotherhooc
a of Locomotiv. Engineers1 Auditorium
? egat. repr? senl 130,000 cloak
. ? skirl and dress makers all ovei
the country, most or them, however
Hve in N': '?? York.
conti ' aroi c over the seatinj
Rothman, a\ ho was regularl;
eleeted ite from the same loca
; :. B. a m i i
rrer i: chl. Erer ha.
lidate for rl. ? . I
- v -..- tated al the conv. itioi
this al " : the constil al ioi
pro les ' ' his participation as a dele
gat. by vntue ot his otnee.
Rothman, it was charged by the ere
dentials committee, had. following i
ti . ? ? summer, asserted that th.
union officials had "sold the worker
slaves," bul on t ie floor of th
.-, -.-., ; . . he e> plained he was simpl:
c -I aring them w ith the "M r. Z. ro
ned i n. n;,''.? -. ed on Bostoi
m, and maintained his righl t
, , ? ? avas beii
:'....:. I because he avh
on the " '' ' or rad .1, - ide. H;
and tl so if most o
were in Yiddish, w lile the oppositio
gpoke In English.
i r. d< i t ials committee man
tained the question was not one c
?r . .,- "Lefts." but of the unit
, ? , tlaril of the organization.
Salvation \rmy Concerl Openg
Drive for i>??iv.c Service Fun.
itio s band gave a coi
..11 the ste] ? of < '
Mayoi Hyla ? a .
and conti ibu ;''ii $5.
Dr. Royal S. Copeland, Hcalth Con
..,,--. also commended the wo.
n Armj and urged tl
. '? pond generously to i
Fight Open* to Curb
U, S. Taxing of States
ST. LOUIS, May 2 (By Thr
Asf-ociatpd Press). ? Formation of
an organization lo fight central
ization of powers in tho Federal
governrnent was announced to
day. Thc purpose, il was cx
plained, is to curb the power of
the Federal government by con
stitutional amendmenl to levy
taxes in states except in time of
war or to rotire war doht.
Paid Out of
Canceled Check s Signed
l>N Officials Offered lo
Sliou Purchases of Vm
innnilion and ProvisioiiB
CHARLESTOWN, \V. Va . May 'J i Ry
1 "r.c Associatcd Press), In thc trial of
:!:c treason charge against William
Bli ard to lay a movc lo aniend the
lill of particulars, following .ludge .1 M.
IVooris's ruling that it rcstricted proof
?f conspiracy lo activiti.'s in Kanawha
????, was foreenst by A. M. Relcher,
inc of the statc attorne.\
Thc har to the state's intended course
ii the tcst i'mony ol .1. S. Mc*
Keever, of Longacre, a r^.nr superin
ondent, whose testimony coneernod a
?-. 0 ni o n f thp
to organize a
and it ap
mas s mcel ing called by
i ? ? adci i al Longaci
ng, he ha I testlfied, was
. onst itut ional League,'
peared to be thc purpose of the prose
;ution to link this with its allegation
hat a state wide move, cstcnsiblj roi
the formation of such leagues, wns a
iart of a *onsp "*?''? ''' union officials
..f treasonable intent.
The de/ent e objectcd \ lial the bill of
particulars Bpecified that thr defendant
:onspired w th others in Kanawha
lounty, while Longacre was in Fayotte
lounty. Judge Woods sustained this
Marchers Received Funds
Use of union funds to equip and sup
->?;.? thc marchers, automobile trips I
ir<r-r ammunition and for other pur
poses furthering thc aims "r thc ex
ed ' on and thc individual experiences
if somc of the marchers made up much
if thn day'.; testimony. Contribution
-. f $1,695 rioni thr. fund'- of one l0C8l
union to various men, and supposed to
lave been for the purpose nf the march,
..?;>* shown by putting the cancelled
k> in evidence.
Oat Dickens, trcasurcr of thr* local
al Montcoal last, year, produced thc
checks and with them the order.** on
which he based his authority to write
them, and which also were introduced
in evidence. Ed. Reynolds, former wit
ncss. who led one band of marchers,
was recalicd to identify his signature
to one of the orders, addressod to tl,n
Montcoal union by its offlcial nu .'"
and reading "pleasc give to W. 1!
Mitchell all financial help possible and
send us some men" Reynolds testified
he also signed Holt's name to this by
ihc latter's authorization.
(,,i\c StiOO for Expedition
Another order for monej was offered
durinp ihe examination of John Jones,
forn er president of t'nc Edwight local,
who said that in all I1'5 local gave
about i iOO or $600 for tho march. The
ie; was used Lo buy provisions, t.hc
..; <?. I,,.,-, prear her, stori pi per nnd
. . ,. [.... r,*.. ?? . .... i lampbell's
i . i . ,,, ;,,-.. . ical ion as : " t he
,.,,?? om " i ? ' pended
l|. recited a numb< ' nslanci d n
ing the ii ne of thi mr i >-'-\ when I'r
said he was .ced to isc his aul
mobile for transportation of peopli
md o supplies in conneel ion with I Ii'
march. In m ast of t hrse instai -f . h<
,. , . t,, ,i under cross exa minat ion, h(
acted under orders of VValter Allen
also named in previous testimony a:
one of the leaders and planners of th<
march, or for men who said they bor<
Counsed Snys Charges of
Strike "Frame-Up" Are
So Frequent Lockwood
Body May Investigatc
Both Sides Eager io Deny
Lewis Blames Operators for
Delay in Settlemenl of
Anthracite Wage Demand
An investigation of anthracite prices
and of charges that. ojiorators nnd
miners. in joint conference here, are
purposely prolonging Ihe present strike
may he underlaken by the Dockwood
committee, it berame known last night.
Samuel Untermyer, counsel to the
committee, asserted thal numerous
civic organizations have madn frequent
demands for an investigation. He snid
he had nol yet decided upon a course of
: net ion.
"Such charges have been frequently
brought to my attention," Mr. Unter
mj - asserted. "To accomplish the de
si'red resuli an investigation would
have io include nol only the mincs and
distributing agencies, bul transporta
tion, storage costs, capital ir.nl ion and
oiganization, labor costs and other
Mino A.en Deny Charges
Labor memhers of lhe anthracite
miners' and operators' sub-committee
o;i wage contract^, which has been
in session here since March 15 in an
efforl to i.gtee upon a new scalc,
vigorously denied the charges alleged
; to have been made to Mr. Untermyer.
ln tho absence <<f S. D. Warriner,
'president. >.f the Pennsylvania Coal &
Coke Company and spokesman for the
anthracitt interests, other coal men at
operators' headquarters refused to
commenl on t'ne possibility of a probe.
"No collusion csists betAareen the
miners and the anthracite operators."
declared John 1. LeAvis, president of
thi 1 nited Mme Workers of Arfterica.
"We ha.'e 155,000 men on strike in lhe
anthracite fields because we cannot
obtain a renewal of our wage aigroe
"Wo do not prnpose lo assume any
of the blame which progerly accruea
to the anthracite operaljofu. We fear
no investigation of tl.e faets. The de
Iny in the unfhri.rito negotlnt ions has
not been oocasionod by tne mine work?
ers' representatives. They have been
in sossion almost eont inuously since
March if. nnd we nre not yet appralsed
whnt the wage proposnls of the oper?
ators avill he."
Thr union leader further declared
that the miners wero "not. responsible
for alleged practices of the operators
nor for pricea. charged for the aiitbta
"We have frequently rnllod attention
; lo tho disparity existing between mine
costa an.l retail costs of ihe coal," he
For several weeks the miners have
| expressod openly n conviction that ne
gotintiona were b.-ing delayed by the
i operators because of the public 8 re
' fusal to buy coal in anticipation of a
Both sides in the controvcrsy frecly
admit that. no shortagc exists at pres?
ent five weeks after the strike WBS
rnlled although it was predictcd on
April 1 thal lhe existing supply would
be exhauatcd eight weeks after il.nt.
date. On lhe contrary, Mr. Warriner
declared several days ngo lhat there
was "absolutely no market. for anthra?
cite coal at present prices."
ln tho last. I wo weeks lhe negotia
tions toward a new contract had slowed
down lo a point where the miners'dele
gates reported uneasincss and diss.at.is
faction among iheir Icenis in tho idle
Sharp exchanges between conference
leaders were reported to have resulted
in the last few scssions of ihe sub
committee. But demand.-', of lhe miners
for more speed were said to have been
met. by the operators' announcement
that they proposed to take plenty of
time in prcsenting Iheir proposals for
Masonic Dinner Given
Grand Master Robinson
1,500 Prcsenl .il Convention;
Rcporl Sliows 272.000
lYIembers in otale
Grand Master Robert If. Robinson,
attending the annual convention of the
Masonic Grand Lodgfi in tho Masonic
Building, Twenty-third Street and Sixtb
Avenue, was given a dinner al the
Hotel Pcnnsylvania last night by mem
; her.- of his staff and other Masonic
officials. About 300 attended. Justice
Tompkins, who will succced Grand Mas?
ter Robinson in office when lhe latter
retires to-day, presided, Among the
I Bpeakers were Andrew L, Randel, pasl
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grand mMter of Texas; William W
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Carollna; Justice Sawyer, District At?
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der, Thomas Tennoy nnd Harold J.
Fifteen hundred Masons from all
parts of New Vork State are atf.ending
thc annual convention, which will end
its sossions nt. noon on Thursday.
Grand Master RobortBon called the del
cjr?il?--=, to order iti the afternoon. Ho
delivered an address largely dovot.ed to
eulngi/.ing threo actlvO workers who
had died since ||io last. convention
These were Frank E. Haff, past. grand
!? n ter of Long Island City Lodge; Su
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Island Task May Defer
Weeks jhhd Pepper Discuss I'osl
ponemcnl of Gencral's Hr
liirn lo iVTarch I
tn... The TribuneS IVashtnaton tlureau
WASHINGTON, May 2, Major (ien
j( rai Leonard Wood may not be able tr
complete the work that, he was sent tr;
Ihe Philippine Islands to nrromplish by
! Si plember i and the University ol
I Pennsylvan.ia trusteos probably will bi
ked to pcrm ! Ihe general to delaj
1 acceptance of the po<-| of provosl
r.nl i March I, 1923, Secretary of Wai
Wi ek i i ndical ed I o -day.
i onferences have been held by Secre?
tary Weeks and Senator Pepper, repre
-c iting the university, over General
' VV'ood's retirement from the posl of
Governor General of the Philippines to
? take up his new dut.ios with the
? - ? - i t \.
? nator Pepper informod Secretary
Week? that the university had planned
l.o pul into effecl some extension work
as soon as General Wood could assume
Lln posl of provost, These plan-- have
been delayed until dcfinjte word was
received from the War Department a =
;.. the date General Wood would he
! reb ased from his posil ion i n l he
Secretary Weeks informed Senator
Fepper that u was tha government's
e Lo ?? lain General Wood a!
Mai la until his 'ask was more nearly
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