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THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1912.
! trlke vote, which Indicated that more
t than 03 per cent, of the engineers were
i prepared to rj titt work as noon as Grand
i Chief Warren S. Stone and his aso
! elates approved of the action.
t
f'onnrnl tn Arbitrate.
j At thl.- critical stage Judge Knapp of
j th- United Statin Commerce Court and
! Dr. Charles P. NV 111. I'nlted States Com
I ro'.sslonor of Labor. Joined In urging the
j contending: parties to Keek an amicable
t settlement. Ilfforis at mediation failed,
j hut both parties consented to arbitrate,
j Chief Justice White of the Supreme
j Court appointed as members of the
I Hoard of Arbitration Oscar S. Straus of
New York, Dr Charles M. Van Illse of
J Wisconsin, Frederick X. .ludson of S
j T.ouls. Dr Albert Shaw of New Vork
; and Otto X Kldlltr. of X"v York. The
! railroads were represented on the board
Tn' Mr U'lltard and the locomotive en
; glneers by Mr Morrissey.
; Th Board of Arbitration acknowl
j edges that tlie questions of proper com-
rwnsjtlon to capital, of Intercorporate
J relation." nmonc the railroads, of their
. present earnlncs their future possible
i Mich a comple pnililem t Iih t they wrr?
j unable to a'l.ve at .my sat! 'factor v
j conclusion regarding the abllltv of the
1 road to piy an increased ciinipens.it Ion
to the enclnoerf
The board decided, however, that In
j any event a reasonable, wage ought to
be paid Disregarding, therefore, the
claim of- the riltroads that thev were
unable to bear an Increase, the board
I agreed to the prJnrlple that the eng!-
neers should receive fair compensation
and devoted their efforts to determining
I what would be a fair return for their
t labor.
Bnsls nf WfiKe Qnrnllon.
' An a basis for determining a fair
, wage they adopted as the guiding prln
j clple the relation of Uie present wage
j ot engineers 10 me wages oi inner
The
Chasmar-Winchcll
P R E s S
lias been consoli
dated with The
Winthrop
PRESS
T'HH s-op? of
both these
well known con
cerns has been
preatly enl.irp.ed by
this conjolidatinii,
which should in
jure artistic t.vel
lence combined
with fconc.rrilvMl
rtid tnech.inic.il ef-lii-ienc
.
John M. riggers
President
T 4 1 -1 5 t-ast scth Street
tr.r.Kpnosr iniuiisn sot t t t.
which the board toed them, but th.it
the hoard ulso erred In the nppllcii-lon
of these tv.igo statistics.
"Tor this i-fason," he sar, "wli'le
I hn eiiBlncn-fi Will f.iithfullv niildn by
Hie award during the period tout It I
to inntlitu. nt the sn no time li mil
lie only li'tupurat brc-uis" P-, fundi
mi ntnl basli Is mi Insecure."
Mr. Wlllnrd. representing t! if.il
inadii. made this statement:
I lunr felt from llie ilr: tlni li w d"
sirable lo secure. If possible, 11 un-inliii'ius
demands of the firemen having been nl-readi-
received I hn contention r the
engineers i I ha' ,-ui engineer is an engineer
li" unit tor mi wliii- toad he iaoiI.s and he
i-lmiil I he paid thi. K.-une w.i-tcs on a small
. - well a- a laii-e inn I, h-'h'r Hi. loads
i I ii i.:.: i him; or tioi.
H i' 111' i'lli.'n-i.'.cii' of the ensineer.i
all thi- -i-iie (1 -r i 1' on the prosperity
of lite ma - . 1 1 1 fMiiiptilwM nrhiira
I mil. whether Lull, scs agreed lo II or
not, lb" nu.n t iiei' I be enfoMeil on the
eotnpntiirs. bill I ilo lint see hmv It mill. I j
I m cnU'l 'd oa ilie in ' e loice of
report. Mini In Men of llie tm-i ih u the lUe ! Piddle nii,iloti may ovi-tiln.iH.i- make i
rieinhers appointed bv llie I hief .In-tlee Man inr l oinpnMoiy atl-m.n ton ."-,ihle. I
.mil Ills a-orUK". -,i ptoiUb-d l- llie President IV od.-u-uk P t'lttl.-lwoOll
iicreenient of prll :ui hue, tiller u most , of the lino Unllriiatl wn mil nf town1
-enrolling ln -r luat ton. leaMied i unitii- lyrstorilav. I on u- reprepitallwi of the1
minis eonrhion It creni lo me that I fo.nl -.aid thai the rale of wngef awarded
ought hN In : the repii'l in ntdi-r that . I'llTered Hide liom nhat the lii' Hail-,
I nnv by mi doing pl.-ilnlv slttnifv Its in - I toad whs pavin; Hi. engineeri- It tnight
ept.inee'bv (he parties I i-,,n i h i.en lo j '"''all U -lii;lll Illi-I i'He in i-ollle t-eftioil" I
represent i ''.liter, pn-sideiil of llv Drother-j
lv iiirepMnce of the award n a nhole I ,p,n ,nr l,"r'."nn"Vi 1 r",,';,1" n"'1
t i ..it .1. -.... i. gllieillrtl. -. lid he (lid Hot like it I he I
Lib, in delall I, 'L lien,ed. Iiouexer. 'i:i"!1,'r;?r: '"''"? "
i" indicate elearlj that allhoud, the I n"'-"" thry ilnnianthil Ho -nil .
is not siieh im the railroads hnd linpi'd tor. eoiiipulsni v arbitration all the
nor 1. li siii-h n ll'vv leb i Id I .Illie, ; wnrLers In 'h" I tilled Sates would bo
bv n rull eonlderiitliiM or all ill- fiem lag,ilnt i. i onti be lonttary lo the
vet hiiMiic deei led in s'ib'iiti their i i-e ', onn'''it'- "I th- Am-rl-in ointltutlon
to Mibltrailon iind linving Ivn given .iniple ' 1 " eolmr to p t wioild he pn'ernallf in,
oppoiftiiiliv in present llie mi ts and .it gu ' ""'ill be not.; I' momII be .llldl-
in -li' III fiippoit of thru po-ili-vi. th.- I ' l.tH-tn
0)' H-repi iMthoiit iiue.ttm th-ri.ii-bi---ii I Mi Carter said that in all proh.ibihtv
" III- ll l-il re II hf.il It." I tin ltn.it il lint, mill f it lltn uiliiuli.,n..t ..... ....... l tl... r.t.ntna).
I p.i open Hie inntiei at
I 'IF.WS OF NEW YORK MM.
i-omotlve Engineers and the .-ommlttee
to declare a strike after the engineers
hao voted the report says:
1'rom the imini of view .if ih ...ii.'i, u
clatses'of employees In the train service " M""'lr"' "''' anv aionp
In the Eatern district. I ;, ' , 1 i, e or. ,,'np1'"
! ThIr discussion of the facts led to ! JXVi h-.' H-re-Vee, 'JV0 P''U''r '
.the conclusion that aeneral Increase Imus '1, u'ndeo
of wages m all ro.ul was not war-!greit lo. of bfe un,peil.-,ble suner.ng
ranted, but that on some roads- and for, and los of proper! v bovond the power nf
, certain cla3?e. of serxdee the present i devrlption throiuh the stoppigs of ,t
compentauon is too sarall. rne Boani i neceHry purine service.
o! Arbltrtlon therefore Introduced Into
"the award the principle of a minimum
wage for the entire Kastern district.
The mor Important feature. of the
j award are-
j A minimum wage of $4.23 pr 100 miles
j er less for engineers In pasencer ser
, ce. with an overtime rate of SO rents
fr hour, with in average spivd of twenty
5 rr.iltf per hour, a minimum of Jt.T.'t for
j'rg'neers in through freight srvlce pr
; day of 100 miles or le, with overtime
j pro rats after ten hours. IS cents addl
j rior.al per div In locil freight service
; and St l rr dav of ten hours or 1r
In jwltrhirm' service All eilMlng rates wages the necessity would no longer
f hlffhft than lhA. trtlnlnti. a r rAntlnn.,1 ! ',iH' ,
5 In force.
j In comparing theje rates with the
present wages the board says that in
fixing the minimum wage In passenger
.-.ervtcH at $t :.. a day, a higher mini
mum rate. Is established for the roads
'hat are parties to the arbitration with
nrbltrntlon r.iMier Hum assume the re
f-ponslblllty or forcing a wage settle
tnent by strike
t - i
.-pun up ni uie power lodged In the ardiim; of the wng.-K ,,f the eiie.in.er
rrnnd chief of the Hiotlnrhood of I.o. iai-iiig Ihem to the wnce-i..il,l on the
ti i hi' rMrrn iokI would be here t
tileet the tnall.iaer' rommittee repre-
--ti t iii n the mads over the Hemandr
nt the llreiiien u week I'tom lo-dav As to
the ttn-iibibt v ,.f ili.t (itf.ttten'A detnnnrla
Ml nree Itnllrnntl --trll.es Mm it Id Ileitis er'nt rated li ' ?aid
lie iimle litintsllie, W e .1 r" rie' i.t tn t ha' pelnt vet . t herelore
The nn.-u-d of the arbitrators in th"
-nso nf th" demands nf the enr.tncer"
I i-.l!l -..iv ni'lliillg ,bo-lt I
'I lie member of the boird served with-
rtil ,... 'I l.n t. .r
nil the Kastern I ailroillN Isll iltlia' stntlil- ! void, b.' jrinir l'..l mmm unulv.i, of f.irl
SV
mm
The Story of
Right and Left
,1111.'! .'tRIIIIlellt.
Snggesls Slnte noil.r.
The board then suggests the etah
llshment of Federal and State age
commissions which shall exercise the
functions regarding labor engaged upon
public utilities .analogous to those e.
erclsed by the public service ciimnus
slons with regard to capital.
The board says:
"While the- railway employees ferl
that thev cannot surrender their right
to strike. If there were ii wage comrnls.
slon which would secure them Just
exist for the r.xerclse of their nouer
It Is believed that In the lasi analysis
the only solution unless we nre to
rely solely upon the restraining power
of public opinion Is to qualify the prin
ciple of free cantract In the railroad service.
tt Is well understood b;
; but a few exceptions. In awarding the ,, "ni-jstood by the board
j minimum through freight rate of SITs'1 hp nro1'1;'" fr which the above
a dav the boird establishes- wages fori' . r"' """ii is a com
largest and lioi-t paving ro,-ul
'lb" award Is reironriiw from May I,
Wl '. anil H in fur, " to May t. mill In
the ni;i-(-enietiit between th" r-ngiueeri
iind the railroadu for many vein ih".v
were in most cases without ,viy time
limit ,iinl roiild bo terminal "d or r.lti-red
on a monihv nolic"
The present fcituniion, lioweer. is
unique from the fact that when th" nj;i.
ii"ers mad" n general demand nn all
the Kii-ti-rn railroads It u,is the c.rt-l
tini" that sui-h a d. nmnd had been mad".
All prusiouH demands had ti-i n nia l"
on the tailroads indi iduallv
pieviou-. negotiation- were with lh"
individual ro.iiN
'I he award does not grant in full th"
advances dem.uided bv the encin'-T-.
FINDS FEU' -WEAKER LINES."
Ilnnril Dnells on liitertnel.ini; Dl
i eetiirn Irs nm' lielnllnni.
W A&lllN'nrnv, Vnv :t - n intere'ting
cbajeri in llie report of th" boaid of
nrbltrntlon between ilio lot-omotive en
gineer!, and the railtnads is devoted
to the suhjeM nf ini-'clo'-l.mR dirctoratcs
and mti teorpnr.ite relations between
not nt.l.- i':r'i idu.il rn.iils but even
m stems nl railroad" m the DiVt
I Ins olieKt trvi if. fltsrtt.sefl in rrtnnwtlfttt
and all,...). .!., , ,,!,,, ,,i h... r,in,,iA
whil" oir." of the (tf-.two road in th
K.o-'orn district niav be linanciallv able to
meet the increased wages demanded
by the engineers others are absolutely
which wnuiu n,ie meant an ntiv.mee m i unable n. do
wages on even til" roans wiueli p.it.l llie , T,. railroad-, hare
highest wages, but in the ca-" of th"
suwiller roads thev are high but a-, at In
tra! ion was agreed to on both sides, thev
have to -iilinut
les nn stale rinnril niarr.
contended, for
instance, that J-l Sper rent of the stocks
of th" Pastern road" did not pay any
dividends in Iflll
Tlie arbitrators find it is necepcarr to
consider the situation In "svflems" and
J the district, that meamr.ibly approach
tb current' minimum on roads now
, paving tho better rates.
'Balur for Koenl Krrlcht Men.
Tn mftUInc? tltn ente fnr lee.l frftlr-lit
1 .service 15. cents higher
through fre.lght service a general
i crease of compensa.tlon Is granted.
Also the effect of the twenty mile per
hour basis of computing overtime In the
plex and dlflicult one.
On the question of the recommendation ! '. , " . "nly"""' ""- ' h"- point out
for a Mate board, tepresentatin,, of the 1 "1H' w-blle lirty-lwo i-eparat" roads nre
tmlroads who were inters iewerl yehterd.iv h'-'ed tn the ljiftrrn district a large
hold different iew ' percentage f n,,,,,, ilro (.ntronr l)V
uZ'JI
and would be Mrenuoiislv opprv-i d bv I ' ""' ,lf,v-,w mads the New ork
them, but it is admitted that the pn-f. ''""tral coinrol thirteen directly and
bihtv of a i-triko which in a week wi.nl. I 1 indirectl .- and his mint i-nmrnl r,vr
shut off the shitinieiil of f nniist nffs i. .i i),r.. ntli. -ri,., n., i "-it
danger which thev ,h.,i 1,1 not have i,i ! 1 '...'i . , . """rns"
The suggestion, fore .-"uir.-is ii.r"c i.v ,11111 iiiii reeiiv six n the
however, grows out of a profound con-1 The members of th" arbitration com- Lv
liltv-two roads
sylvanm O
In .iddition Hi" I'rnn-
I'l.MiiLiiin tijil ' .. i "i in-- ,i i hi i n i nil, I t:ii- ... I'.'iMll. Irittitilim. ,t,t.. -t'l , ,
vlctlon that the food and clothing of ollr mir-Hinn in tlu-citv decli,,i , heMlloted oY the New , l',r Ne Taven a'nd Hart
people, the industries and the general Xiw'h!; "t?,''1"'1 !rar htri""- lord and 7 p., re, of ,h" .t ,cV o the
welfare of the nation cannot be per- , VJ ' .' V . V.1'' '''''''M "d'un..-" anil Inio lia.lroad The I'e. -
mitted to depend upon the policies ami ' n, ln I. ,,,'Zr, . ' "i:11";! I.aurnau ltselt i.wn. n r-er cent
ith. n,,,An ....... ... . ... -.. .... .--
man tnei"" .v. m .ui i-ariu-uiar group or .party
eneral In- 1 men, whether employers or employees." ineml
What are the men nt the left doing? They are taking Inventory. What
is the man at the right doing? Nothing. He can't do anything until
the men at the left are through with inventory. His engfne has broken
down and he can't finish a job for a fussy customer, because he needs a
part to make his engine run and he can't get that part from anyone
hut the Messrs. Left.
Mr. Right will lose a customer so will the Messrs. Left. Their loss
will be Mr. Right. He'll be sore because the Left concern caused him to
lose his customer. He's justified. He doesn't care about the Lefts'
troubles. He wants the goods. The Lefts can't hunt up that part until in
ventory is over. So is repeated, in business, the story of the ftorseshoe nail.
How do you take your inventory ? Do you still stick to the ancient method
of itemizing your stock in a book, to be copied and recopied slowly and
laboriously? Does your inventory taking clog business and waste time?
The Library Bureau way of taking inventory will make the work simple
any number of your staff can work at the same time and independ
ently. That gives you speed. The L. B. way is self-checking. It makes
skips hard instead of easy. That gives you accuracy. The L. B. way
doesn't block business, and it docs save mix-ups. L. B. way will
help Messrs. Left keep Mr. Right satisfied and so helps keep Mr.
Right's business.
Look into the L. B. way. Come to our store and have us demonstrate this
better method of taking inventory or, if you say so, wi'll bring the
demonstration to you. Anyway, send for booklet that explains fully.
Library Bureau
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Card indTIUnB Systems Office, Library and Bank Equip-nto!
Unit Cabinet! ef Wood and Steel for Card" and Flllni
316 Broadway, Nev York
Telephone, 1 100 Worth
Ealetrooms In leading cities in the United Stattt,
Canada, Great Britain and Franca
pa.i.enger service the rules regardln
part:
Iteports of the fifty. two railroad to the
Interstate Commerce Commission for the
fiscal year ended .tune r,n. inrv ilmtr nn
m1o t.nnn man- ef tli rearl. mireise over me tlscai year lull of f,1?.SII).
I In dlfcujfln;' the danger which would LVroVV r,'v,,""p-- " "'
' . . ,s,. i,... v. crease of !:i..t.m. IDs In operating ei-npiisps
f n . ,i-t,.. ,.j .i 1 ...
- ,1 ,,a 1 K'l 11 wi'J i'ci.1.' aim lMiivt imwsit.s 111
i the rules of service are all more favor
r.ble tn the engineers than cxls'lng
nouer. renin n lg. However. 0
mber of the committee, said.
Jn regard to the ability of the roads ' t'ntll llie award Is aelttallv published and
In the Hast to pay Increased compensa-I read by the public 1 rnuld not 1 omnient
tion the Hoard of Arbitration says In'" " A" H member of the committee I
oeiieve 11 wouin n line pns.mc Judgment
on myself No time as lost by the com
ruillee, I assure vou. and each member of
the committee a thoroughly in earnest,
residing the magnitude of his t a k
...frnnl 11.1s ,, M.r' l,.n,t.V. i att
road strike, the Hoird of Arbitration
.says that It will consider that It has
rendered a great service If It can only
stir public opinion to the point of
adopting incisures that will afford a
permanent solution of the problem.
The beard points out that never In
" tlie hi'tory of the t'nlted States ha-i
fhcre been a strike Involving nil of the
-railroads In a great section of the
"country. The danger threatened by
''tic concerted nctlon of the engineers
on these fifty-two railroads In the Has:
represented, therefore, a new- and start
ling phase of the relations between
capital and labor.
The board tries to Impress upon the
jiubllc tho seriousness of the situation
that would have confronted this coun
try If the engineers had acted as they
v.oted and quit work. The railroads In
volved In the controversy, It U polntej
out, operate fi6,8T6 miles of track, or
nore than one-fourth of the total mile
ge of American railroads.
npvrnnr of Billion,
Their annual operating revenues ex
ceed 1.000,000,0(10, or nenrly 40 per
cent of the total for all the railroads
of thi country. They carry nearly one
Jialf of the freight traffic of the United
States, and over two-fifths of the pas
nengcr traffic. Excluding general offi
cers, the annual payroll of the em
ployees amounts to $446,000,000, and the
annual compensation of the engineers
alone to nearly $38,000,000. The popu
lation of a frreat area of the country
nerved by these roads le, about 37,600,
000, or more than 40 per cent, of the
total population of the country. The
section of the country represents at
least four-tenths of the wealth of the
entire I'nlted States.
The board points out further that a
rtrlke would have left the large cities
of the Kast with their food -supplies ex
hnusted within a week. The milk sup
ply probably would not have lasted
mere than a day. The board adds that
n successful general strike for the
Hastern district of the United States
would have put that great section of
the. country In much the same situation
that confronted France a few yeara aijo
dur'ng a general railroad strike there.
"It Is evident." says the board, "that
pr a nrcat section of the United States
p, ra'lroad strike can nn longer be con
sidered as n matter which primarily af
JoctH the railroads, operators and em
ployees. It Is therefore Imperative that
Tiome other way be found to settle dif
ferences between railroads and their
o.tiployecs than by strikes."
1 I.nlior Holds Control.
The nrbltrntors contend that the bal
;nnce of the power In Iho control of
J wages, which was tlrst with the rail
jroads, has now passed to organized la
Sbor. They point out that the llrst con
irerted movement on the part of rall-
foad organized labor was In J002, and
Jthat thero has been a gradually tie
Vveloplng sense of power nn the part of
rral'waj' employees.
?. "Twelve Important concerted move
Jmentb," aa.vs the hoard, "havo been
made between IflftC and the present
"HJme by various classes of railway em
ployees In the United KtateB,"
The. record shows that the operators
Ml! MUle either through mediation or
operating ei-nenses.
leaving an inerea.se or ll,sn,:'i; in nn
operating revenue for the year. It Is prac
tically certain ihat the gro5s income win
be larger In lfll.i
The board does no attempt, however,
to sav definitely whether or not the rail
roads nre able to meet the increase demanded
by the engineers.
Virus of
of tie' Haliimnre and (lino t.'ock
The "vew Vmh Sew Haven and Hart
ford svstem conuo tour more of the'
miy-iwo roads. Iwo ol them directlv
uml two iiidirerilv
The Baltimore "and Ohio system con
trols through a voting trust "tho Cincin
nnli, Hamilton and Uavton and through
the latter the Uayton and Union
The Krie rvslem cont'ols two of the
railroads and the fic-iding controls iho
PASTOR ACCUSED BY GIRL'S
the young woman was ndinn about 'frr loans Bv refusing to take storage,
Pllihlrlclnbl.i fieri tf n.'irl it, . ,.,.! r.....l
Asked what he had to say about the I ltailro.nl of New Jeiev." T ho board envs
of this:
recommendation for ii wage board for
railroads wiins" millings could he en
forced, be sjud.
The winie thing npplie to this alo
The report ua Issued after n painstaking
inve-Mjntion of .ill the conditions 'I here
is not lung mentioned in the report thai wa
not cari-fulr gone over Kvcrv cirenm-
I stance for and agnnst anything we dei m! d
Mni-rUarr. on or recommended "as cnrefulK neighed
nini ,ii-i-i,ss.,i niiti an coin 1 llgenr ICS Were
.Mr. Morrlssey, for the engineers, in ( well gone n-r in all our deliberations
his dissenting report expresses the The report and award wl.l li-ive to m,p;iI:
belief that the award of the board will ' for I le-nis. Ives We all ill I our lp. iH
have the effect of retarding the prog
ress of arbitration In the settlement m
Industrial disputes on the railroads.
He contends that the award does not
settle tho Important principles raised
by the engineers and claims that It Is
based upon the use of statistics Hint are
not only unreliable for the purposes for
KJrkmu & Sons havs u ol oar truck la atrrlc
giving astir Mttatacttoa
I
i
Mack
Proved by 13 years' service
Saurer
Proved by 18 years' service
Hewitt
Proved by 10 years' service
"Leading Gasoline
Trucks of tlie World "
Our proofs arc backed
by the accumulated
experience from 8000
trucks now in use.
Ten to eighteen years'
experience with each
make of truck.
Capacities : 1, ltf , 2, 3, 4,
5, b, 7tf and 10 tons
-.. , Call tr urit
International Motor Co
Broadway and 57th Street
Works! Allentown Pa, PlalnfieldNJ
Sales ami Sen Ice Stations in
all large cities
NewJeney Drsnch (with complete
facilities) U Ferry Street Newark
reiicn a i 0111 itiinn in.n vv.is i.ur and dilu
table. IMhii to Mop Mrll.cs,
A member of the arbitration committee
who would not lie quoinl by name Kiid.
Whether a law i an be p-isoed by wlinli
railroad strikes of llie magnitude of tin-propo-cd
strike of the engineers could
made impossible through a sji-tcm of
1 arbitration I do nut know, but the commit
tee In going over the -luiatlnn ie.ilied
what "neb strikes would im-nn.
Sin h strikes would bring about a slma
Mm winch would be intolerable, to the
ciiliuniii try If all Ihe railroads in any hec
luiii of llie community were lied up The
i.tilk of the foodstuffs Mould of necc.
si'v have to lie taken hv mil lo llie large
cliles, nnd the people who had midline In
do with the iniarrel between the railroads
and llie railroad employees would be really
the vicarious Mifferers. I feel that cwntu.
ally some system of legislation wid have
to bo adopted which will prevent such u
catastrophe through the pressure of public
opinion.
I have nothing to eay about the award
except that It means the honest effort of
every member of the committee to reach
an equitable conclusion by which tho engi
neers would have fair compensation for
their work.
Representatives of tho railroads who
weio in town yesterday when told of the
principal points in tho award would not
criticise tho iiward, which they were
prepared to ttbido by, but nil of them
agreed that the nohhiliility of such aHtriku
gi jus was threatened wan a dingerous thing
Hf I William C drown, president of tho
.New lork tentrul railroad mid its nub
hidiaries, said
As lar as the waves awarded are con
cerned they differ llttty Irom wliat the
New Vnrls Central and some of din other
large systems nio pasinif, but the pay
ment ol Mich wane rates to the engineers
nf tho small roads, mine of which do not
pay well, would entail a hardship. As
lo tho recommendation that a lomnils
slon would bo appointed which would have
tho powerlo etilorco arbitration 01 railioad
disputes I do not know whether legislation
i-oiild brlngitboiit this. I believe lhat arbitra
tion whlrli would be in any way loinpulsory
would be fought by the unions, ,m .,,()
believe Unit public opinion would go a
long way in sustaining legislation to till
end. I believe thai no coiponilloii or body
of employees uliou t i,io . power nt
air time. In cause a situation which would
shut r.lV food supplies and nil the nues
Hiirics of life irom die eutiie conimiinit .
This, in my opinion, sliouKI apply to kuk
rompailli'H and their employees, the water
systems of cities and all other employece
'Ihi ir.iercorpordle relationship among
the MfM-tuo road I- sl-IJ further extended
bv die ro-ialbd s stems owning stoi k
o other s stems 'I he most i rinspe iious
illii--ration nt this is i became of the 1,'endiiig.
lliis tnmpanv owns too per cent of the
with ii'.m in their automobile Tn.niebt
' however, she refused to be seen ami
1 neither she nor her husband would nnK"
a statement
MncRoric's Two Churches Tlosod
on Sumlny Following His
AlTf"t.
ON VERGE OF EGG SMASH.
riillndrlphln llns on ter l,t1T,20T,.
200 Thnt Mny llnvr to III- Sold.
PlilLApr.LriliA. No. ?l CaiiKht by
the mild weathr of the last few w-esks
speculators in cold s'urae egps are on
Willis S. MaeHorie. who was arrested the verue of a preat smash. Despite i
ye.terilMyonthecomplainrofMrs Amelia leveiy ollort to hold up th- market to !
.Mason in Deiiait ot her daushtr. Jlis I latnine pnefs. tne pcj; men confront .1
ocr; at existing hish prices tho publirj
onijli to bo nb.e to buy plenty ot emsn
(,t reasonable prices within a very short
period
Harry P. Cassidy, former special agent
for the Mate Dairy.nnd Food Department,
wa-s simn to-night with reference to tho
1 epn situation.
I "That is a tru statement of th coii
idition of the prk market," he Mid.
TWO THOMASES LOCKED UP.
PI.UNTIF.I.P, N. J., Nov. ;t Tho Rev
They Pnlleil llevolver anil Knife on
niniu of 411 AVhltrhnll Street.
The malnstav ot the tavern at tO White.
stock- nt die Philadelphia and Mcadinc I Oertrildo Nelson, 1!) years old. did not i break which promises to wipe out th na" "'reet Is Charles Gonallus, a giant
imiiuhv mid .v.-s per lent of the stm k of ! preach to-day either in the Methodist I Mentions tna'K.n of 3.) to in p?r cent , ln neign: .mo courape. unknown until
hpi-copal Church at Sprinpdale or at 1 in pnees which liar been squeezed out estentav wncn lie landed Thomas Soth
Mount Horeb in Somerset county. j of the public. , ni and Thomas Oiillin Into a police court.
In fact there were no service in either , Kcr shipper.- outside of Philadelphia ' Thp tn' Thomases had arrived at the
of the churches, p.irtlv du to the havo been wiring this city with offer cf , tavein ftom their homes in Eric Basin
the l enttal Ilailioiid ot New .ler.ev.
nf ihe stoik of die l.'i-iidinc company
;i 7 per cent w c.-M-.ed bv the Ilaltunore
and Ohio, an im,ii amount, si ; per cent
bv die Like shine a-.ii "XI iir.iti .southern!
rHl per t cm n whose atoi k s m ttiin
rainy weather and the fact that the min- i fresh crk-, bm the wholesalers and
own.d by the New v, oil; i entral I inis two I ,,'er nail been iirrested. Mr MaeHorie speculators in tho "cooler" eggs are
svsteni-. New but i ntr.il and ll.ili imore ' li'l not put in nn appearance nt either turning th" oiTcrs down and replying:
hiiiI Mini, conlrol 4.1. t per cent, of Ihe siot i.
ol the iieaduiL- -ysiem
'lln- lialtuuoie and dluo system in turn
has s ; per i int of Its stock owned by the
I'eiinsylvaiila I ompanv and li 4 per cent,
by die Pennsylvania li.ulroad. thus iiivmu
the I'enns) I VHtii.i sy-tein iniitrol over
is. I pit- inn or die stock of Ihe Ilaltunore
mid Ohm system, llie Penusvlvania I'nm
p.iny owns ; :i per cent, and die New Voik
Central .nj per cent, of the stock of ihe
New Vork. New Have ti ud Hartford.
I here are also uistauccs of the systems 1 ( nureh every .Sunday
chlircli Ho was last seen on Sat nr. i -Pell else'vvhere. we are lo:irleil m, -itli
day mailt going honie in his nutotnob.le Ltoraeeeec- "
with his wife and Miss .Veison. vi . ,i ......
The minister was arrested on a warrant M"'n' the public n being compelled
sworn out by Mrs. Mason after she had lo I':l" :, cents a dozen for tho unaller
a conference with Ass.stant Prosecutor I size eggs and 41 cents u dozen for tho
Walter II. lletlleKI, Jr. City .ludgo Will
iam 1. Do Me7ii issued the warrant,
and the clergymen was held in t2Yl bail,
which he furnished himself. Hu i.s to
npiwar next Saturday,
a condition that could only he call-d
"bad." seeliifr ,lt was 10 o'clock In the
moriilnR. so Onnallus explained to Magls.
Iiite House. He told how they had In
slsted or. owning the piaCe an dolnp en
lertuimne or their bwn kind. The argu
ment in which nianv tooK pail sursid
Into Whlti-ball street.
".Vow you move along," Oonalius s.ild
lie told them not unkindly. Whereupon
a revolver cam from Kothern's blouse
h as thecrutral Itailioa.i 1 .f Mrti- MiicHorio yesterday siud
mis- nn p,-r. em ..rdiei;Ao,;",.rB' ."K"-"? ..".rr s.,am !
,,,-j ,,i,( ii,, ttiiut i-.i nit.,, pint t.iit-" 111,11
owning slock, nil hough only to a veil
slichi degree, m die so-called independent
mails involved, sin
of New Jersey owning
siotit oi uie i.pui'u i alley.
lixcludiiig die nli.ish-l'itl.sburs Termi
nal, the Wheeling and I.ake Kriu and the
West Mde Hell, which nrn in the hands of
receivers, tho board rinds there aro only
twelve of Ihe fifty-two roads in the Eastern
district which might bec-alled independent
or without tho lontrol of other roads or
systems. Tho large railroad systems con
trol llnea acKrecatltiK 30.050 miles, or70 per
cent, of the total mlleagu concerned In tho
controversy.
In addition the board finds an eitcnslvely
developed syslem of Interlocking directors.
It Is pointed out as Illustrating the extent of
these Interlocking directorates ihat four
teen prominent individuals hold sixty-sewn
directorships in, twenty-seven different
roads In tho Kastern district, furthermore,
while the twplve roads listed as independent
are nominally so the olllcials and directors
of some of them even nre identified in
similar capacities with some of the great
systems,
Oil he board lays down the proposition,
therefore, that it cannot recognize tliu
siniilhiess and weakness of somo of ihe
roads as a controlling factor In (King wages.
"It Is clear to the hoard," rays the report!
"thai systems should bo considered rather
than die Individual elements of the systems,
for their relullons and business are so Inter
woven that even if a unit of die system
con-idcicd by Itself us unprofitable Is taken
III coiiiieillon with Ihe whole system It
might be profitable since it may be a valu
able feeder lo a larite nmd mid furnish
business which has a long haul over such a
system "
selected" storage ejgs
V" "-l""" '""J (and a sheath Knife trom Orimn's The
warehouses thera were in tho early irt!Pi,,t . ot bluffed, lie went for the
oi mo nreseni mourns i..'rju.i"ij crates or i two nnrt I hov i,tr.i -i ., ,.
Mr Mason, will) Wllsmarried twice, nn.t oel in enht atomm, ,-tr 'ni e.lO innrn .!... 1 St. lie slr,.t li .t ..I..- j ,. .
her daughter attended the Mount Horeb I at the Kline time last year" In other and richt Into the arm's of rolicemm' Ileutto
Kincitjtlio choir, i im.it oly r04.r(V rralos. This moans th.ir
1 m .M.irivonns nn vo one cnuti. i wo years
U. S. HAS MEXICAN PATIENTS.
of fircenwlcli street station
Sotheril Was held limine i... -u.
1 117 9117 '.'nn .xrcru ur.v l.nl.i.r I, ..1,1 1.., !.. .l r,... . -. s. ...u uunu,
... ,,.n ... ,,. ,v my ...... ....... u it'iniuoiis assaitli ana carrv-
epeeiilntorM for lop notch prices. , tig a leynlve,, and cUp(1 $I ono lan
I ho real i ris s to the speculator will bo cad, of them Orltlln was held In II 000
precipilattsl when th-liaiiKs mnko a call bad on thr assault charge
I'orly Wiiiindrd I'eilcrnln nnil Itelielal
Trpnterl nt t'oliiinliua, 31 , '
W.vslll.voiOK, Nov. 24 -Ccn. Weaver I
ri'porled to the Wnr Department that
iibonl lort Mmicalis. ineludinu lioib .
anil em . oyers 011 win.se pcaceiui relations I IVderals and rebels, wero under thn c-nr .
Ihe public depends lor the neies-itlcs 1 nt dm United Slates forces at Columbus. 1
nun r.miioi- lie. x m Most ol llm Mexicans iirowoutided
J0I111 II Kerr, ico-presidrnt of dm I 'l"'1 1(1 ' "lumliim following dm
Now Vork, Ontario mid Western Hail- I defeat of the 1-edcrnls by rebels at tho
road, said that tlm wag., sc-alo laid down I .c I'ldomas Inst week. 'I ho Moxlcaim
in the nwnrd would mean 11 percentug.i ' 'T" "'"'K cured ror with supplies domiti-d
id increiiKo to tho eliglneeih on Ihis road, I ''J',,111" American Ited Iross
He said Oen .Sal.iznr. the rebel commander, who
The uo,.i rei.. 1. ,1,.. .... ' in ""ve.l his operulionH soull, of the
.. ulr C,IIUK ,nonier unti wno en 'n omas vestenlnv.
demands for large increases from the
Axeman, Ua trainmen utd other, the
IS reported to have declared that, be mill
take Jvuirez within twenty-five days.
Spedaltfotlce:
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