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mpeded, ?*/?_*_ though the br<
II ait not on il
-irt of S
?tor Curr.w.n? t? back thi? plsn.
The ?ti*?? t
?tnted s petition for the abolition
?4'iro_d Lab r Hoard ?nd rep
' a t ? 4. ' il :
posed t<-> th:?. In fart, :I- <? I
i .| abou'
lay Senator Cumm
ad t?Ik-d -a
'. the Ba
hat? r.? d* ? rr. -a!?- I ??
?r.4? P. ? O. ?hopm'
talked **!*yt lult plan and H
?bt it i
? Will I?
H i? a?*uraed thst Jewell, h<
In Rail Shops
lOoailta** t**m ?am ???_
' -ill moment eompered with t
of getting s line on '
to ihow that t
? ?re indeed out to bresk t
They elted the Iniiiter.c?
r <? rancellatlon of ?er.iori
? _ a '.???nr?- '
put a: * laruaining
persft leaden the csrriers s
r| ?? rome to terr
lM4tl?ri ?*.? kg up di
?.insted from the dl
For the earrieri Mr Walber declar
th-.- | is. have n<
cmt n?-?rmsl. He isid thst theie fi
- : ki nir American Feder
ker? or the Pen
4? h Ich are
Say? Shopmen Art- l.oyal
?Ivanit's assertions si
. :i fhopmen were sgs
? '.-.w on strike, snd in view i
'art that the only index to t)
ng of the rank snd file of the r
In new in
partance ye?terday. He backed hi* fi|
n of whk
?\ nn in.iur*
:.ued in effect ui
-? laying that the officei
? < n -were el'
r, and declared thst h;
orp-, ? supported by ovt
'ederation bad had difficulty in ?
? ? e exrr-itlve
? road to claim I
had remsine.i morr loyal thsn th
?-r? on sny other line in f i
? feeling appeared t(i If ?M
? rnt -*ill n
csrricri, snd certainly will not b
?. mo*t affected h
ls?t ? the Baltimor?? A Ohio
: ?"ir?(lay in offering to neg<
tiste a lepsrste peace was taken as
? ration of the striker
' - in 1 '.iirtb W I
? ye?terday, with both sides istuin
'. as to tI
the effect of the wslk-out in diilocst
iihio d.-dared thst its wilHagi
r?ate wai due to s feeling thi
?en the con"
? :hor thsn t
any ?erinus in
A' ihst it ha
' tbe placet? ..f the
I ? ? Baltimore & Ohio r<
!?day wer?- ? a? Urge i
the June average.
leolared that its sho
? ?. which were cut down to H pr
alt of th'
- I half M large as usual an
o- '-? 'ay, ?! against 12
??cted a? a reiul
?rts'.e, however, the com
si ' rted s gsin o
ma! ?, i,ke
? i snd ad
* e com
?V ' d de
m ragrsph I
ranks of thi
ave held without s break.'
rs sre now 1,001
? rx have b. ?
' ?? ork. but to-day in Ne- Vr.. thi
molt highly developed railroad tern
< country, delayi, breskdowni
the Erie i
hsi aim down
snd even on thi rsnit delsvi
row the order of the dsy. Freigb
delay? on all rosd? sre now meaiurec
ni-.t by bo_r?"
?or outbrtsk? of violence, the dis
sneei sround the F.r.? ?hops si
Y.. lubsided yt ?terdsy
snd th? arrival of ten ?t.te troopen
-in? i? ssj-M
Uland an -lie?.* . ? at sabotag?
*>r_l deiested ly :
Dance of the ticket agent, who wai
rkiag late. Five men who drove up
in sn unlighted car and started toward
?hen th? agent cxpl ? io ar.d
start? 'he rails to wsrn
distant crossing gun:
occurred about S o'clock yfiterdsy
Rail Str?k?- _i--"i- I'.imirer
end june - consequences of
?fc? ? ke sre a
sidor, in the lumber
ii alio evidence
of ? the part of buyeri
reiu ? ?mind, par
larger manufacturer? have withdrawn
fror. e others have in
i ??e prob
hardwood? are firm, although
ha? been s leasor.al decline in
Shape Way to
End Kail Strike
Hooper'? Viait to Hnrriinu
May R e a u 1 t in Ml
Siiles Being Called to
Omfrrrin'e Willi Roard
Jewell and Davi* Confer
Tnioni't Attack* OwittK1
Stand Again**! Hr-tor.i
tion of Seniority Right
By Gilman Parker
CHICAGO, Jl (I ?* ground
work for a final drive for a seit'.'
of the strike of railroad shopmen was
?d to have be* r. completed to?
day in Wa?hington, Chicago aad
All side? to-night awaited ?M r<*
to Chicago of Ben W, Hi
chairman of the I'nited States Rail?
road Labor Board, following his flve
?? rence with President Hard?
That the Prendent mtde no ?tate
.-.fter the m?*rting was considered
h?*rr a? signifying that he gave Chair
man Hooper and the Labor Board full
backing and that citations for ?
?entativet of both ?ides for a hearing
of the entire matter before the board
will soon be itiued.
In some quarters the belief grew to?
day that on the final outcome of the
- B'.ard's efforti for peace will
?? life of the board itBelf.
many railroad executi-.rt al?
ready opposed to it, thit opinion was
further strengthened by statements it
| Four" brotherhoods
??veland. attacking the board and
I for a return to direct negotia
Mr. Jewell was on hin way
' *oteheart for a conf?
Mavis, a statement wai
sued over hia aignaturc h* re saying
that three nines now stand in the
way of a settlement-. contracting out
rk on the part of the railroads,
unwillingness of the roads to ettab
liih a national adjustment board, and
?Won of seniority n;
On only oi.e ?ubject, the restoration
of seniority rights, it Mr. Jewell mlli
Hii declaration on this was:
"If the r?, .nsiat upon
uiing thu suspension of work, i
they forced upon the employers, as |
an excuse for depriving them of the
fruit? of lifelong, continuous, faithful
service, they willoirly give further evi?
dence of the absolute n'i-???'!v for the
orgar. ? .
?ch the conspiracy again??
fundamental right- and the general
welfare of all men who live by labor."
I'ncusting tenoritjr right??, Mr. Jewell
"T* n to deprive ?M
seniority right? because of ?usp?*
work i? utterly indi I th*
facia are understood. Seniority right s
icipelly first the right of
the senior employ?e to be the laut laid ;
off in a reduction o? fore?; second.1
the right of the senior employee to
have first preference in ?electien for
vacancies ?n preferable jobs.
Hav Community Value
"T. .*. ?s of great impor?
tance? and ha* a larne community value.
It result;- 'iRtng permanent
. the building of homes and
making -of useful citizen?.
"Of course the railroad? would
fei their own good retain the te?
rn, r. more cfflricnt employ?e?, ?*
that with -ghts de??*
pofiiion? wf'uM ?'? and
?ad? would be able to weed out
thote worker? most active in protection
,-hts tf their fellow employee?.
' The purpose of dettroying ser
rights is a vicious attack on the right
of men to refute to werk under non
acceptable condition?. The ttrike i?
O.?- laM r?* ? rt of any industriout man.
?ling upon hi? labor fot the sup
?f himself and h:s depe
There hat not been a strike upon the
American railway? of the pro;
'rnt one in a generation.
Ye? th?- railway worker? for twenty
years prior to the war suffered in
rrcasir.g hnrdr-hips from low waget and
ri?ing costs of living.
"The responsibility for increa?ing
lotset to the railroads, to the com?
munities they serve and to the wage
earnert upon the railroad? am!
i where, through continuance of the
j pre?ent tutpension ?if work, rctt? now
I plainly upon the association of rail?
' way md particularly upon
i that small, but dominating gro-.*, <
j retenting th* New York banking
Another Sign of Pear?
Another tign of peace produced in
the d?iy'.? ' nts wat an an?
nouncement that repretentativet of the
?ht hardier? and tta
i tion employcet of the Chicago k *}
; western had effected a settlement and
that their threat?-n?d ttrike would not
be carried into effect.
From Cincinnati came word thai a
walk-out of four thou; and clerks on
i Four Railroad had been averted
by the tigning of a teparate agreement
with the road on waget, working con?
dition? and the contracting out of thop
The agreement re-establishct va?*a
tiona with pay. grant? tick leave and
-?lay half holidayt without wage
?deductions, and also adjur'
?'?.tit in the pay of employee! at th?
rrad't Chicago terminal. The clerkt
agreed to remain at work under th?
,wage cutting decmon of the Labor
Board effective July 1, "with the un
j derttanding that an imm?diat?* r
will b? submitted to the board ?ct in?
j?rtate? in ratet of pay, and the man?
agement hat agreed to waive their
right? to th? rule providing for thirty
days' notice before it can be tubmitted.
The general chairmen of the clerks'
organisation for all road? will meet
Monday, when, it it expected. K H
. raid, president of the or*, j
t.on, will be taken to tatk for tanc
- g strikes on th? ska A
Ohio. Norfolk ft Weitern and ?lte
Fight Centers on Board
A move - ..? of importance
to the standing of tt.e Lab'.r H?ard and
it? future, in view of the report? that
the railroad? ?re out to undenr
came in ditpatche? from Cleveland,
announced that the heads
"Big Four" train tervic? broth--'
had joined with Samuel Gomper?. pres
' of the American Federatioo of
', Labor, in the hue and cry againtt the
, board. Th* ' Bi-j Four" went M record
?at favoring a return to direct dealing
?een the roadt and the rir.:
rming agi ? ; adjutting
- declaring the r '
::or. could not have occurred had
i rart'.re been in ?
made the prov.sron, howe-rer,
-l?f plana for a
? gave* ird of mediation ana
?? n. it ? ? -, ?? ?
?et, with Contresignai ap
? ?!?-, secord
*-e??nt tyttera of dealing
:gh the Labor Board practically
-?d a ?ettlement, which could hav?
obtained ?ooner had the workers
j dealt directly with ta? road?," said D.
B Rabart? I of the Brother
1 realera ?nd Enginemen
"Many of the railroad ?x?cutiv?t
favor direct negotiationa."
Speerler Prove*, ('tipiar''?
Forn.fr Army (tiplain
Many a doaghboy or gob has
: ?bat some day he mi-*ht be
? hand o\? r
his one-time superior offir?
it romaine?! f-.r M
man Robert Chobanian, o
that sensation yestcr?1
this case thry had been good
anian chased a ?!
olor* the Hudson B'*"""
caught him as he was going thirty
mile.?* an hour. The speeder had
pulled down and wo- ?
gle?, but the ?raffle officer handed
him a appear in the
iman .^tarr. of
p;nd A ahattan, ("hoba
nian's former captain. They
shook hands and laughed. Re
ier smiled and sua
Another action of Ml -.was
to f?nd initruction? to the meml ?
-.antzation. warning them I
be misled by agitato: g on
ame sdvices that the
maintenanre-of-way men, in lin?
im, had etl
an agreement with th' Mi? I
tral on all matters except differ.
ss to wsges, which sre to be left to the
Labor Board. This body, which now,
hss six iuch petitions before It, sn- ;
nounc? I ' ??' ! to h??r
ingi ss soon ss twenty huve been filed.
Re-re?vion ?.t \ inlcnre Wave
Reeeision of the wave of violence se
comp? ?itrike continued in
most ''ough n :
minor disturbsnecs w
Sheridan. Wye., a nul? of women it-'
tacked railrosd jrusrd
II .; seri'iu-4 casual?
ties by nose turned on them.
i ?o :,, j,
?hot and seriously wounded at Buffalo.
Troop* remained on duty st rsilroad
shop cent?n in nine states, wi
addition, of Net? York, where Governor
Miller ordered 7? n troopei
Haiti:; ? icago & N
western and Chicago, Milwaukee ? St..
Train cancelation? of the day
six on the Chicago l Kastern Illinoi?.
all all-night tourist trains on the Ann
Arbor and such a cut in I
rchedules of tht
an embargo wat? placed by t?_t r M
all perishable goods snd less than car-,
load shipments to or through Montana,
The greatest claim yet made by any,
road as to men returning to wo*
put forth by the Pennsylvania, which
reported that 4.',??3n out of s D<
force of tS.OOO were at work in its
CHETENNC Wpr?. July 2:.?After a.
long distance ti mveristion
. heriff Thor
siked Adjutsnt General Esmay to hold I
io readiness for action Wyoming Na- i
tional G -.ilry troopi st Lander,
185,000 Minen at
Work. Sa\s Labor
K.-i.or. Show? 610.000 Idle
as Result of Strike; SUt>*Bf
of South Affected I.?
?Central Fit-Id tin- Mo-l
WASHINGTON". July 22 (By The As
tod Press")?Approximately 610,
000 cos? minen are on strike in the
nation's bituminous snd anthracite cosl
fields snd 185,000 still are at work, ths
Depsrtrrent of Labor announr?
night upon the completion r.f s lurvey
of the coal mining industry.
The lurvey ?how? thst no miners sre
. on str-ke in Alsbama and Virginia, but
? that the full work.nf- ?trer.gth of the
miners hr>s betn m?de Id
?trike in th? <1? of Iowa,
Illinois, Indiana an ! Ohio
? anthracite field? Lnia.
The effect of the strike a? revealed
; by the fu: ? ? forth by t
psrtment in s table which by state?
? number of
employed ir the mines when th
uspennon of work was declared
the number now on ?trike, a?
Emp!',v?ei On atrlke
I Alabama .. . it A?*
WyomlB? ...... 11(11
Amor.?: thoi? miners now listed as
"st work" are included, it was said,
about 10,000 pumprmn snd f
' who have remar
i i>**oper*.y in con?: o- and prevent food?
Hriti-li Red ?CrotM Bay*
New Phthisifl Treatmi'iit
Presil?The British Red Crosi, after
; careful inveitlgstion. ha?
purchase the vai
; tuhereuloiis origins
? Spshlinger, the Geneva biologist, snd a
contract frr the sale hai ju?:
? igned in London, it was snr.t
; here to-dsy.
Th? Spshlinger Isborstory her? will
be continued and others will be ?
liihed, it is ststed. A num!.'
? -sn pstient?, msny of them sd
' vsneed caiei snd tome given
phyiician?. are now under treatment
?nd sil are reported to be show
I ing improvement.
Spshlinger discovery of s new
; trestment for tuberculosis wai
| nounced in Peri? ?arly in 19U.
wai hesrd of * ? ? - the
dose of the wsr, b.' ,. ]M<?
yesr or two it hss attracted consider?
able attention. BOtahl] ? _rt of
snd official?, and s
? treatment by the
b government was reported s?
T'ore than a year ago The
Il laid, at first very costly,
csn now be made ai cheaply aa the
350 Pennsylvania Troopers
Camp IS ear Mining Town
rebinen Arrive In Cokeborgi tSro Sentriei \iop
I.ach Coach, Vficr Nighl on Stalled [Veine] Re*
ported Attack PrOV*fti To Be lVlddr Shower
hundred and fifty tr?*operi of the Penn
tylvania National Guard wen'
camp thit morning on a hillside com?
manding the mining village of Coke
burg, after a night on ?tallad train?
near Monungahtla. ] 'rain?
ning company'.? tiding
? . two armed troopert
i coach and baggage
ear pre; l , tl attack?.
f . ?
it that an
attack had been mal* I e -rain?.
:ng to their account and tl
??ist after th? train passed Moaoaga
?M and the engineer and other mem*
on the flrtt tec
? ! that incident at 2 o'clock the
had been proceeding tiowly,
g up detachmenti at various its
?long the line. Mi
rer, in command of the tccond
? the lOith Cavalry, who
I th? first scrtion, of
? ?? guards
ry coach, but the crew refuted to
Accordingly the train? wer? ru
? ; e the ?oldiers patted
th.* night. At dawn th? journey wat
returned. Three troop? of cavalry, a
quartert *.roop an 'g ?I?
i.? coming up from ll.?rri?burg
region in th? ?outhw.
Plans to Ration
Output of Coal
'C??tl?ii*?J fr?? t?t? ?-?
bearing all ' -lit of
je operators and
\V? arc short of fuel, thort of
\e result of the latett
I the dc?trurtion
and bloodshed, w? ar?
v the prict. If, on the
will retult in a ?in.
?r.ken, we refu?e to pay the ;
? with you and appr* -
ation with in ?xhau?:
patio* | that appliet to
chamber to the coal bin of an individ?
"In th? appointment of a commit
tion permit me to venture th? in
tion that it I? a mistake to have 11
pesed of three operator?, three minen
I and ' tl of the public.
i know wl. *tieed
whether it is intellectual or financial,
generally mixes with . The
he appointed from tl I
lie will necessarily bo what v
.?:?.n you begin t<-*
on? hand, with a pos
exception, as against three on
the other. The operators and :
have been talking o?.?
t:et I lour months ar
roinc to nu agreeme? '
call . lative, high type
ni'-n ? hire
capable nn?l honctt statisticians,
the men ba - the old
tcale, establish a new scale ?*.
?flblc time and give ut per
pe to meet Mr. Lewis and hit
tion a? wo now tee it. We will get in
ti if need be."
having a damagi
bituminou? and an
:ty cars at non
? d the we<
may tet even a Bi
with normal year?
? -nt on the
j ? ?
in?: t!.* ? fields In
i and eait
|hat come, almiit every fi.
itucky and Ten
wat leu lenou?, and in Alabama and
? so far i
0 tigniflcant change
i at work
?ion Pennsylvania during firit
? decrease from th? v ?
Leieii Leave* City, Hi*
Destination a Srrrct
'?. pre?id> ?
?arding'? plan to
"Never before," M laid, "in t: ?
j torr of the induitry ha? I
i ?uch a tolidarity as there la now in th?
lylranla to-day failed
a ?ingle attempt
US?! mine? ?ere being pi
? ring, but no attempt was r.
n at tpe ?ost ..
;s sr ? Quartered in hou???
the ci-sl operator? il
So far ti
but if they are the opera
It was st B
Simultaneously with the srrival of
I the f- riff nf
: Wash inty. plastered th?
?ti placards ? trning
; -' sgainst
ring! snd inciting to
.?on of th
imong the people great unrest,
,*>ers nf the state constabulary
busy night snd dsy
g out rumor? of sttaeks
i is in
? camp at
-kers engaged in thit
talk about driving them back to the
Michigan Cool Shortage
.Vote Becoming Acute
" (By The
tion toward ?tat? control of the
! gsn coal mines is in abe-anee pending
? Grcsbeck? proposals thst they
. to work, th? e?-sl shortage in
scute, stste off.eisls Mid to-day.
fuel st all lUte
rted nearly exh:.
several times a
! s few months ?I
? T?n thm the ?'?'?? >
there will be 1 "
ern..r. following his conference with
' the miners in Ssginaw Monday, in
1 In case the re is no a,
that time that v
. -rationi u:
appears nrnctically .
will order ?ta- of the
? nut awaiting further word
? ither Washington or the miners.
Miners Refuse to Confer
y< if h Indiana Operators
Worker? Of America, and the icsle
?committee of the Indians Bituminous
-ators' Association to
.with him Tuesday f??renoon to msk?
"an honest endeavor" to itart cosl
i movin. from Indiana mines to con
Dispstches from Terre Heute to-day
rhsirman of the
Ing th? mm
the operators or
; sn i* ?
? nil explain
' ,n<l!'' ?tion, said
'according to thi
, tance tele; :
not tend a seal.
s to an i
?y in n letter to H.
??*ne ral .
.: of co?l in Indiana under arm?
! be a last reiort and thi
could not believe thst thi
000 miners snd a %\\ ?
of operston should be cor,.
smour.t to the interetti of the bslsnee
was in reply to
"tared in h
?I ?ho w.nt. to
work hat the ..me right .. th
wh,? **nV ' "'t wa, ,?
- of thi? pi
give connderation to calling c
? ? the
torl ' I Hate?
* <? public in which ?
He expressed fal
sp?ct for right? of otl
(tral competitive field.
? on! Prit , , /s |
lUl, to-day, by the Padueah
Sun." at the ?ugge ?
?retary of Commerce Hoover.
"Man" Run Doun />>
Motorist* h Dummy
Hfl v22 ? After the
half a ?lozen flusUred
? * |gM report? that
the Niagara River r"ad, a motor
? man was tant out to
II- found three boy? placing a
ny" in thh roadway and
t*t*%\ th'? prank.
.*???? arrested and wi'.l be
a hearing to
woman driver was prostrated
wh?ti told by the boy? that the
' run over by lier machine
win dead. S'he wai taken to a
As a Violator
Of State Law
(0?ei??*4 fr?? Mt* ???
! law's delay to continue practises qu??
tloned by public officiait. So, whil?
i the matter which Interntt m? moit
!de?ply I? pending in court. I feel that
it Is the part of good citiienthlp to
retpeet the di'.y constituted authori
11im and their opinion of which loyalty
"Thit waiting cttitude is no compro?
mise, absolutely no acknowledgment of
the right of th? ttate to luppreis tree
?re, published in a decent and
larderl? manner. It follow? a profound
n Jaw and legal proceste?, and I
?ry citizen of Karsai while
thit matter it pending should obey
what the Governor ?r.d Attorney Gen
eral feel it th? law.
"And another thing, Kama* mutt
realize the situation in which Governor
Allen It placed. He fcdi th. '
, rili life and property. But
it was not without a itrett of heart
an?! soul that he has called out the
troop?. He know? that might mean
?hed, and to a man of hi? fine
ilitle? the pro?p' ? ? heavy
I burden. In administering the law as
? s it he ha? been brave and
not agree with him
. but the difference in opinion
? rental rifht of Arr*
i zenthip while the courti ar
truth ?nd the right, i
or all gool ell
I hn hand? and givirjg
rt which loyalty
i ef adjuilicatin-fr inr!
right. The laboring man In
|the end will lose if he res?.
The || -. work?
er Is the ban? upon which wa
'int r^nclple. If
.the national Labor Board had adhered
iia.?i? of a living wag? in the eon
?y with the ?hopmer., thi-? ?trik?
ll that water ha? gone under the
Th? shopmen are out on a just
hu? in an ill-timed ?trike. The
of labor can win or.ly with pub
jlic sentiment behind it, ?nd to .
now would be a dis
I the placard in a window of hi? news
i paper office, "The Gazette'
?*?ter announced "We are for th?
lroad men r?0 peg cent."
Mr. White ?aid he would add 1 per
??rich day a? the shopmen'? ?trik?
declaring 'The right to a
f honest opinior.
mor Allen, hi? friend, pub
>nd per?onally for many
mpanion of the editor on a
?.urine the V
r hi? interpretation ?
? >ur1 a*-?. He hi
?he sympathy carl in "The
??;ndcw was a violation of
the picketing clauie .stria!
law and declar.
H?laatH in the r.
not believe fnr
play of luch cards wat an
free ipeech, as hit author
n could be made, tha?
i for violation of the
held at Emporia latt
Allen resulted in a
?hrough hit reo
"irmed the Govemor'i
' back down.
placard wat ?till up todav It
ighout It all the Governor \r\
have reiterated that there wat
| no personal feeling hetween them, de
42 Vessels to
Move Coal Here
ntotmrjri to H_mi11.ii flfffl
Ton? Alrr.:?!? ' ?ken by
Sliipp'-r-s". Mtitsh of Rn**:
iirs? Expr-rtril Monday
100 \!,.>ut Kriclv for ? M
It.iti* Inrrcafrfa u? Dr-manon
for Boetl BeeriBM Kren:
Rrhinh G*?i \ Cremtet
In the l?st three dsy? th? Shipping
,' Rosr?! ha? charter"! to importers, o?l
[deslerti snd Indoitrisl rorpori'ions
' ? 'wo ves?eli to bring ov?r Bri'lsh
coal. It i? estimated thfd th'?? will
tran?port ?.'.O/iOO tont. At th? eloie of
business yesterdsy the demand I'-lll
wsi itrong snd oficial? predicted a still
greater rush this w?k
Th? unexpected re-riest? for thipt
r??dy for immediate us? famed a rapid
sse in ratet. The first boat!
, . ;
?*?r- ?-'!.?,??.. Inn ? H>(? I 4t?**i
or approximately II 50. l<
the rate had advanced to 9 ?hilling?, as
the number of available itearr.er? wat
about exhausted. Th? figure? ?jotted
by the board, however, were below the
rtt rste? for British rtOM I
which ranged from 9 ?hilling? 6 pence
Joieph H. Sh" ; ?-?ildent of
th? bm'rger.cy Fleet ' .'orporat ?
i charge of ope- yesterday
I that he had not heen asked to draw
I ships from the id!? loft, hut that this
could he done promptly If nece???ry.
government ve?se!? a:
I tied up, and of thli n latber i
? be Ml edition for op?
within a month.
Officials pointed out that des
great volume of shipping Isid tt|
psrts of the world, the num.
To ?pfrin 2d (pntury
By Trying l,pg,,l (^
; S>r*t" ? ?orr i
Sstftsmbsn 17, ?ni who mates,?,,
a law office, ?rill at ?? ht? trwr
ney In ? | ,,?, -^
blMgfct ??? n l^
Ang'-le? fOf <lipi || hi? prop.
n ?.?. a'er?.
Frank R. Will,? of the Su**m?|
"W.-ll. , . STtftifm
to try ?..<? ? "* v.'? ^
it in yo?ir ,
18. You ?rill hau the diftfeflfc.
| ?ne first ittonMy ttr**
t.har. 100 ft ll \ old tr, try a ?^
'-". and %
mo?', of *? ??*,
' ve??e> saa ?tun ?<V,I*
I ?tr? f?*4| n
, Thjraday, ' if it* a,!,
In ord;r, . I * -lefl?,??! (,,
?tl ?S ta?
' ? ?'?nit Ust
<? " U
'?"? -m Un
ring <- .?it <?**?
liners a?? - * U pr,
i :a ?>1
livery of < ?-??at ?*
th? coa' ?'
clarlng that their perional friendihi
had not I '? hy th?ir diffei
enee? * over interpretation n
Ing ?hopn fis snd. throug
them, to all the ?trik?r? ani
? chants in the ?t?te, which ?y
"A? you know, I have been a*
| bulletin board a placard which earn
II O-OM I 1 hav'
t i ||
..le the este wss pending
have honettly : : ?hould no
! comm.t the same crime against ?
: strongly thst the eau?? of fre
? r.ce can be promoted 01
temperate action, ty Ie?*al proc???. b;
I moral tuaiion, and I am convince?
> thst thii potter down will ipesk vait
I ly louder to the hearts ar.d head? 0
? wise men in behalf of the cause o
freedom than ?he poster would ?peal
led in defiance of the conititu'.ei
rities of the ?tat?.
"Therefore in sll earneitness and be
cauie . n the caun
! of reason ?jftiBflt the cause of force. '.
i ask you to use your ? th youi
: nporia an*
| elsewhere in Kama? -
poster. You can keep it up, cf cojrie
i, too. But in
appeal and yours would 1 -
i force, and all the :
?wer o? rea
n i??ued a statement
"I ?m ?
> refuse! to distinguish th? dif
ween tree speech and a di
in his office sny ?xrrettion he
?d to hang there, touching r?'
he enters d?lit
? concert wit'-, th? ?trtk? leaden
to csrry on in L.r.por.a a fon
? :i_ which * . to es?
tablish in all ?hop cent?n for the pur
po?e of discouraging and menacing the
men who are r. to keep the
j transportation of thi? ttate mo\. ??
i an aftoge: '
"Mr White declare? that he u not
I fighting the In.lust .:-. ?et.
I believe this. Mr. Whit?
| to frame this lsw snd hi? atti?
tude toward it in the pa.>t hss
.1. I believe he has taken
| s ilant in this particular situation
at gieing due consider..
i? results of his example in the
I arrest of William Allen White.
which will be the only arre
! fsr for this offense, will prov
' friendly test of thit .
duttrUl sot. After the c
? interpreted it in the lieht of this ease
we will know J ist what the p'.iraie
of th? law prohibiting conspiracy
against the pub!. tcei.
"In the mesn while
Uw-sbiding citizen to ob
r.-tstion Which the la?
?r.'e hss given to this provision
I set. Th? ?trikei?'
! cards will hav? to com? d
window in Kanss? "
Go Ahead With PI?
To Lay Oil a Week
Main I ? \fjtj,
( to Give Liftt of ?ohifts
lo II ti
Stendardin \ii -?hop?
Th? p!ar ?r-j?lltl
Ladies' Garme-.? ?Vork?n I'
c?n?u? -j , ^ |
yesterday. It it th? obj*<t of tk??aUa
to ?tan ?
tttbiliz? th? - i (i
?*. I'M of
th? larger ?*..j tJ.
i-cpote *. .i??
of the ?* usfs,
tr.ak? garir.er.*? :
of the law - ?*???
? their c .-;. I te lb ??nssti
It alto w .:
of . ?-,
the manu**? 1
tion, came "?*' '????
member? a!?o w<
th? ev -M? ??
-, SttSJ o?
plained. I U ?*! i?H
r Tort ?Uf*A
itandardize ?hop ' *?'??? ?? r?>t'
.- ?-rttiH t? ??
th? jobbers of -
it certain that th? "toen ' ?'?V*??
Tnere will be meeting? of be? <g
American Aa?oc:at;on oa M riUy?"?*???*
The ?tea. .- --?ti
French *?r? and fi|b ?*/???
Th? voyage fro: '?'??* P****
colony in French Guiar.i ?ai
TDECAU.SE those Novelty Strap
?^Effects, Sandals and Oxfords for
women MUST MOVE FASTER M the
season advances. All are this Spring
and Summer models, formerly sell?
ing at prices up to $12.00. Plenty
of Whites and Patent. Leathers.
THIS SALE IS IN PROQRESS AT ALL THREE STORES
^-PSuuipcd on ? .ho? Me.: a? Sundird *i Went ? w
47 West 34th St., New York
BROOKLYN--?O PULTON ST. NLWARK - 640 BROAD ST.
STORIES WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAYS DURINQ JULY AND AUQUST