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VOL. VI. NO. 42
Entered at aoooCIaa Matter at th PoaloOlca. at .Philadelphia. V.
Under tho Aot of March 8. lSTD.
PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1919
rulalahed Dally ICxcept Hundiy. Subucrlptlon Price 10 a Tear bf Hall.
Copyright, 1D1P, by Tubllo Laager company.
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PRIGE TWO CBI
000 COAL MINERS STRIKE, DEFYING U.
"Prolonged Strike of Miners Will Knock H. C. of L. Fight Into Cocked Hat," Says Govern
IPtH B H
Commonwealth Will Protect
Men Who Wish to Remain
STATE FORCES ARE READY
TO MEET ANY EMERGENCY
Executive Unfavorable to Con
ference of Governors as Em-
uai i assing uu i cuci ui i iuiw
"A prolonged strike oC tlic miners
will knodc (lie high cost of living light
into cocked lint."
Governor Sprout today thus summnr
J7.C1I his views nt Hip widespread effect
n tfip public the miners' walkout will
"IC the strike is prolonged." lie 'aid,
"it will lie up railroads, shut down
factories, throw liiatiy "persons out of
employment, nml nullify much of the
work done townrd lowering living
fa'osts." . : 1 1 .
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W- LirtCHSSIIIfc III'- h'(" nonv.3 ....... ....
1 ,v Hie ftlriko, the Covvrnor, who was nt
his home near Chester, spoke or tne
living co1-! conference which is to he
held in Hurrisbiirg next Thursday.
The nlrcnd) couipliciitcd questions
t lint the conference is lo considers he
said, hecouid sun minded with fresh
complexities because of the coal strike.
Forces of Stale Arc Ready
Tlie Ouveriior said 11 large cfeinent of
the soft coal miners of Pennsylvania
wishes to coiil lime nt wotk. These
men, he declared, will he ghen the full
protect inn of the coinmniiwenlth, as dis
orders will not he countenanced.
The forces of the state me ready, the
Incentive' continued. All pence officer,
especially in the counties affected, have
neeti warned 10 ne vigiium, mm in m- 1
operation has been olfered federal nu-1
thorlties. . '
'I believe the law-abiding miners: will 1
Use their inlluence lo prevcni m-orucr,
.Air. Sprblll inserted. "Iiut it Is the part
of duly 111 ml good sense to make all
necessary preparations against dis
ou'.or." -The Governor was asked what plan
Iinu been made for 11 possible lic. o
tlie National flinird.
"We are not bleeping," he replied.
"All necessary steps have been taken
to meet nnv enieigency that maj prevent
Opposes ."Mediation by State
The stnto government, Mr. Sproul
said, would make no individual effort to
mediate In the strike.
""The federal government is in a
position to mediate more effectively
than any other agency," the (iovcruor
lie said he was tiot favorable to n
plan for calling n conference of gov
ernors to take up the strike problem,
us such a conference might embarrass
the efforts of the federal authorities.
Jn pointing out that no union leaders
had consulted with him before the coal
strike was ordered, Mr. Sproul said
the. striking miners of this state were
obeying orders issued fronrln'dinunpojis.
The Governor spoke brielly of his
recent trip through Massachusetts on
behalf of the candidacy of Governor
t'oolidgc of that state. 'lie said.hc be
lieved tho Hay State executive would
PIRATES STEAL $6,000,000
Overpower Crew of Vessel and Rob
Constantinople. Nov. 1. -(By A. P.)
- I'iratcs concealed in tho steerage of
the ship Maria overpowered the crew
while the vessel recently wok hound
from Novoross.vsk for liatum, and
lobbed tho passengers, obtaining T0,
(10(1,001) rubles (about $0,000,000).
On arriving at flntuin officers of the
vessel reported the robbery to the Brit
ish police, who captured several of tho
Buccaneers frequently land along the
bliores of the Black sea and rob vil
lages. At Treblzond recently they
boarded n Greek schooner and stabbed
or threw overboard its crew of fifteen
men. They also captured the Itussinu
steamer Constaiitin while the vessel
was bound from Batum to Constantino
wall st. Answers strike
Stock Market Strong, With Rising
Prices, as Miners Walk Out
New York, Nor. 1. Wnll street's
uiBvvcr to the attitudo of the bitumin
ous coal labor chieftains was a strong
stock market and rising prices. ,
, i Within fifteen minutes after the'onca-
SSit)K gains of two to seven points wero
''"kevorded in all tho activo issues. The.
SWW 'utoeKs wero ine, strongest teaiure
?if, ttio 'lift, but the widest advances
occurred iu the closcly-hold specialties.
1 . The trading was on an extremely heavy
ARREST MISSING BROKER
Retainer for William C. Broker la
Lodged In New York City
William P. Ilrovver, member of the
lirokcrngo firm of Brower and Chllds,
Ileal Estate Trust Tluilding, was nr-
n'ouTuil In New York vesterdav. Dis
f"v trlct Attorney Itotan's detectives Iinve
been searching for Brower, and a do-
tnlner has been placed with the New
York authorities for blip.
S .District Attorney Hvvnnn, of. New
' Ytirk, says that ?'J00,(0Q was embezzled
,,. friiui rllenta vvio patronized tho main
(Uiieo oi uio iirm u y "(, uvorKo
Ji Clillilm, JJrower-s runner, I still ft
BOY ADOPTED BY
KiKmmBmSs 'M. .- 3l,l.l -'''' ;'dl
Jos.0 Almcda was a waiter in a. cafo
when Captain A. Svvendson, of tho
Gem Fell From Ring Near Ritz-
Carlton Hotel in New
ROLLED INTO THE GUTTER
At about the same time nnd place
that another soeietv woman of this city
lost a $'15,000 pearl necklace. Mrs.i
Charles A. Munn, of AVoodcrest. Ilnd
nor. lost a rare black pearl, an heirloom.
valued nt ij!10,000.
i up jewel was lost near ine jiiiz
Carlton Hotel, New York' city, about
three weeks ngo. It was about tho same
time that Mrs. Percy M. Chandler, wife
of the banker, clubman nnd society
man, lost her necklace after - dinner
party nt the Ilitz-Carlton in New York.
Mrs. Munn, formerly Miss Mary
Astor Paul, was a daughter of the lato
James AV. Paul, and n niece of the late
Mrs. AA'illimn AVnldorf Astor. Tier hus
band is an intlmnte friend of Lieuten
ant Colonel Theodore Itoosevelt, Jr.
Captnin Keihnit Itoosevelt was at the
dinner party attended by Mr. and Mrs.
Chandler prior to the lime the neck
lace of 'ninety-five pearls was missed.
The black pearl owned by Mrs. Munn
was set in a ring and was in the setting
when "she left the hotel for a theatre.
On the street she discovered that the
jewel had dropped from its setting. It
was nboiit the size and shnpe of n
marble, and was believed to have rolled
into the gutter.
Private detectives have been search
ing in numerous cities for the Chandler
necklace and Mrs. Munn's pearl. In
both cases liberal rowards have been
Mrs. Munn Is a sister of Mrs. Paul
Dcnckla Mills and of A. ,T. Drexel
Paul, and is a niece of 'Mrs, Alexander
A'on Itcnssclaer. The ball nt which she
made her debut was ono of the most
elaborate functions in Philadelphia so
ciety and became known as the "pink
butterfly ball" because of the profuse
decoration with the lCdgely rose, a new
POLICEMAN FIRED ON
Captured Negro Suspect Fined,
AVhilo Patrolman Smith, of the
Twentieth and Federal streets station
was ordering a crowd to move nt
Thirty-first street nnd Gray's Ferry
road last night, he was fired on by
some person in .the crowd.
Smith chased James Colbert, a negro,
of Darby, who he alleges did the shoot
ing, AVIicn he arrested Colbert the
in nn had no weapon, and is believed to
have thrown it away. Magistrate llakcr
this morning fined him $10 nnd costs.
TAKE 7 BODIES FROM MINE
Small Hope Felt That 13 Others En
tombed In Ohio Are Alive
Amsterdam, 0 Nov. 1. (By A. P.)
With tho recovery of seven bodies
from the burning No. " mine of the
Youghloglieny nnd Ohio Coa Co. late
last night, officials of tho concern today
held out smnll hope of the remaining
thirteen miners beiug alivo nfter haviug
been imprisoned soventy-two hours.
Of tho seven bodies discovered last
night, one was Identified as' that of
James Gray. The other six were said
to be foreign born miners.
On account of the women and children
at the mouth of the mine last night, no
effort to move the bodies was made. '
DININO tfJAIt ON SCBANTON n.YEJt
BednnlnB' Nuvrtnbor Zd. throuch rilnino- .
wilt ba run on Hcrunton Flyer, leavlns JUail-
lnc Terminal Utf
5 Tjodeer Photo Rorvlci.
in llortu, Knyal, in Iho Azores,
steamship Herca, saw tho -111110
PENN TO BATTLE
Bezdek to Aid "Bolsheviks"
Against' Quakers in Foot
HOPPER TO PLAY ENDi",nFl'nllt breach of mnrino law, nnd
i the lawlessness continued throughout
! the trip.
BY KDWIN J. rOI,T.OCK
TT AVU.L he a bit of a "Rolshcvik"
, eleven that Pennsjlvnnia will face in
the battle with Penn State on Franklin
Field this nftcrnoon. The lied nnd Blue
will line up against these .so-called
"Bolsheviks" for the opening kickoff
Not that there has been any Reds on
the Bezdek team. The fact is the
only thing red about the State boys is
their blood. But nevertheless it is( a
partly "Bolshevik" combination that
will form the opposition to the Quakers.
Up at Stntc this season Hugh Bezdek
developed two teams of almost cfiual
strength. One he called the varsity and
for that reason the other team got
peeved, termed themselves the "Bolshe
viks" and started to do everything ex
cept throw bombs at the so-called var
sity, "Bolsheviks" Win
The "Bolsheviks" were matched
ngainst the varsity and the first eleven
was lucky to get away with theirjer
seys. They lost the decision in a "reg
ulation football game last Tuesday and
then Bezdek decided to select men from
each team to form the eleven that will
battle Penn this afternoon.
Tho new team practiced together for
the first time since last Wednesday, and
it will he this new combination that will
endeavor to contest the supremacy of
the Folwell machine.
But Stnto is by no menns inexpeii
enced. All the men are veterans, nnd
they know the game. Their fighting
spirit has been aroused and the fever
for victory against tho Bed and Blue
is running in triple figures.
It will be the twenty-third mceling
Continued ou rate Fifteen Column Two
BLASTS HIS WAY TO DEATH
Soldier In Killing Himself and
Fiancee Destroys Much Property
CliaUau Thierry, Nov. 1. (By A.
P). Thirty-fivofpounds of melinite, set
off by a detonntor, wbb the method cm
ployed by Adricff-Thumcrel nnd his
(fiancee to end their lives here yester-
Thumcrel, an employe of the explo
sives depot at -Mczy, near here, was
charged with the theft of hams from
stores destined for war, prisoners, and
wns to nppcar in court tomorrow to
answer the charee.
Tho melinite wns 'made ready in a
shack whero Thumcrel nnd his llnucec
met. The explosion which followed was
nenrn lor miles and destroyed property
within a radius of 100 yards.
NO FUN FOR HIM
Meets Halloween Clowns Laughs,
'iyns, alw"y amused Virgil Mecks,
042 North Forty-fifth street, but from
shortly after midnight ho hasn't thought
that they are funny.
Mceks met five Halloween celebrators
at Fifteenth and Filbert streets and
paused to enjoy their antics. They toek
tho joy out of life for him. when, point
AI'SXPy'" "J Illm' thcy relieved him
2L107. ',n l und. ? scttrf P'n rth
$0. Uefofo hte could find a policeman
they were out lof sight.
HERE AFTER TRIP
FULL OF THRILLS
Sailors Charge Guns and Knives
Were Wielded on Voyage
i OFFICERS AND CREW '
ENGAGED IN BATTLE
Coal Passers to Ask Captain's
Removal, Saying Engineer
Shot at Them
George Zanakis. representative of the
international Seninen's i'nloti, ss
charges of incoiiipetencj nml violation
I of the seamen's laws will be entered
before the shipping commissioner
'against t'antain A, Swendsen. of the
' steamship Herca, now at 1'ier ."S,
Shipping Commissioner Smith, how -ever,
said today that the only griev
ance of the crew of the l'.erea to come
to his attention is tliut they have not
been paid for overtime due them, and
that this complaint will be made to
the shipping board,
The ISerea has brought to port a
story full of the lawlessness and dangers
of the old dn.vs on the sen. It is a
story oi lire, gun piny aim iiicmpieu
11111111,1 IIUHI, ill um- M'"1 " I'lueiiiiif, .
IHU nuilil Hi liir iiuun, wii lyiiunniv, n, t v
A rcprcsontntlvp of tho Philadel
phia branch of (he Seamen's Union,
"n.n n i 1 Ij linn tirnnuPrtil jili i frrnJ
intended to show that Captain Snendsen
is not n fit person to command u liiplP"Tfl for bituminous coal, formulated
at sea, that he did not stop the officers! i" meet war h necessity, were again in
of the ship from shooting at members efTect. Priority of distribution, based
nf tn neoic n ml (tint f ti ft Mini W'll V IIP
iWl 111 l" 1 I I 1 l I ill I1IHI. IH V'l"V '
violated the laws of the ocean. The union
I says those charges are borne out by
statements from members of the crew .
How Trouble Began
The men sav the bad feeling began
between the engineer officers and the
men under them, nnd that these oili-
cers, who are alleged to be Incompetent,
ill-treated the foremen and coal-passers.
Kventnnlly both tile chief eiori.
neer nnd the first assistant shot nt two
of tho firemen who in turn uttempted
to stab the officers, the men say. The
aptaiu. they assert, did not make prop
er efforts to keep the officers frojli
iisinnr violence nn tlin men. wliicli i
llic crew cnlled the Jierea tlie An
archy .hip." They say there was no
discipline' and that for long stretches it
wns n rase of threatened warfare and
actual warfare between the engineers
and the firemen,
Captain Swendsen was inclined to
treat the case lightly, nnd said :
"There is no truth in all this talk
about the engineer officers Hhootjug at
the men. They were an unruly crowd,
and the officers did not have the proper
control over them, and some arguments
resulted , that is nil there wiis to it."
Took Gun Away.
When he wns asked whether the
chief engineer did carry jr gun with
him, he opened a drawer in his desk
and pulled out a revolver.
"Yes, I took this from him, because
T IKnntrlif if wns hpst " In, cnlil "hiit
it isn't any good. The engineer was
only practicing and one of the bullets
happened to go near the fireman. This
whole trouble between the officers and
men was mere child's play."
E. AA Hastings, second assistant en
gineer, said :
"Child's plaj !
Continued on race Two,, Column 1'lve '
HOW PENN STATE LINES UP
A GAINST PENN ELEVEN TO DA Y
The lineup and statistics of tho
Field this afternoon follow:
K, II. II.
r. r. .
n. o. .
1 1. ;.
II. II. i
Average weights Penn line, 177V&5 backfield, 10! ; team, .172,
line, 171: backfield, 1D0; team 100.
Officials Ilefercc, Itobcrt W, Maxwell, Swarthinorr,
J, McCarty, Ocrmnntovvii Academy. Field Judge Tod
more. Head Iinesinau H. J, O'Brien, Swarthmore,
Time of periods 10 minutes.
Kick-off at 2:30 o'clock.
' U. S. AUTHORITIES
HOLD NEXT MOVE
IS UP TO STRIKERS
Government's Arrangements to
Protect Public in Labor
WILL ALLOT C0AL
Workers' Chiefs Issue State -
ment Bitterly Assailing Re
Washington. Nor. 1
innKe the nctt move in the soft coal
strike. This vas the opinion lndn of
Tlie strike was a reality toda. even
though directing head1! of the 1'nited
line Workers of America were re
strained from activity by federal court
injunction. Government officials await
ed reports as to the extent of the walk
nut, for upon this information icsled'
the future course of tlie government.
Should" reporls say any considerable
number of miners desire to continue
work tlie government was nrenmed lo'
imiisl, t10nl ,,rotP(.tI.
occur the government was read
with all the police powers ut its dis- i
posal to put them down. i
Hut the government's activities were,
nof "'one in the
ml fields. Maximum
u part on the war schedule, was in '
Enforcement of tlie con! diversion or
der issued jesterdny by Fuel Adniiuis- '
trator Garfield will be In the hands or!
regional coal committees to he set up,
in eight cities by regional directors .
of the railroad adminiKtratieii. These!
1 committees will work under a central
committee in Washington.
Director General Hinc announced lo
day that in nlloting coal for coniinercinl
purposes the committees would give,
preference to consumers without a re
serve supply whose needs are urgent.
F.ach regional committee will iiulude
ff representative of Doctor GarlleM. The
cities in which these committees will be
set up ale New York, Boston, Phila
delphia. Cleveland, Pittsburgh. St i
Louis, Chicago and Athiiiln. .
Await .Miners' .Move
All steps to protect miners who ic- ,
fused to heed the call of union heads, to
preserve peace in the bituminous fields
nnd tq lessen insofar as po'Tsible the
suffering of the public nod the dlitrup
tion of industrj incident lo such n
strike hnd been taken. Nothing more
can he done by the government, officials
intimated, until n way was shown by
the trikcrs themselves. For that reason
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imiciiws wnu mil ii t-'jiun-u in insrus
the government's course other than has
The government's plan to utilize in-'
junction has provoked an open decima
tion of war from tlie lenders of the,
organized labor movement in the l'nitcd
The American Federation of Labor,
acting with the unquestionable but un
announced support of the foil'' gleatj
railroad brotherhoods, will tight what
labor leaders term "government by in-1
junction" to the last ditch.
News of the action of tho Department
of Justice in obtaining froni a federal
judge iu Indianapolis an order restroin
AVcll, jf that was ing John L, Lewis nnd other officers
Continued on Pace Four. Column 'lliree
;nme at Franklin
Ii. II. II,
i(. ii. ii,
"BUNK," SAYS GOMPERS'S
AID AS TO LABOR PARTY
Scornful and Emphatic in Repudiating Suggestion
That National Political Organization
May Be Formed
u ruvrtiN w. niMiKici'
lnir (iirirMinnilrnl of Ilic l.trnlnc I'ubllr Lrdirr
going tn lie
I MiAml llilw
ov. I is mere
an American labor
niif'Minii mi s"'uf; nuij
'MS r. IMP aMlMMMCilll
I'ciii'rallou nl l.tilim1
in this cilj. and
i was illirrteil to a person wlinp
1 J,,,,,l!.1 ,1!;,:rTcou'rse!''in "lis
i was illirrteil to
miriLf imiu llln
I dying time, hasn't n moment lo
for such liiuiilrles.
"Hunk! Hunk:: I'.rN'K:!!" replied
Ihe man whose liusiness it Is to an-
' svier questions, growing more scorn-
! fill and iniphatic with each repetition
of the wind.
I The voice was hard, practical and
insn it scruieil lo shutter a bogie.
Theic w,is one phiic where the 1 rit i-li
labor p.irallel did mil hold, nml that
wa.s.in the liendipiailei's of unionism.
So far as .Mr. Gonipers's immediate
associates were concerned, at least
Aniciicn was going In remain America.
The split -up of the industrial confer
ence did not mean thai the Itritish ex
ample was going to prevail, and that
TODAY'S FOOTBALL SCORE
3 0 ST. JOSEPH'S 0
PENN HARRIERS DEFEAT PENN STATE
Term defeated Perm State in a dual cross-country run over
the five and one-half miles course nt Cobb's Creek this morning
by the score of 22 to 32. Cummings, of Peuu, finished fhst.
N- Y- LONGSHOREMEN FAIL TO RETURN TO WORK
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. Hopes that the end of the longshore
men's strike was at last In sight weie 'dashed today for the
second time when the piomisod rettuii to work of nn impoitant
section of the men failed to materialize. With the exception of
men woiklng on two ships, the Chelsea piers distiict of the New
York waterfront was idle.
' Exploding Oil Extractor Instant-
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ly miis worKinan at Barren
ANOTHER MAN LOSES LEG
Sti'iirk hj huge piei es of Mccl when!
a liidio cvtrncliir exploded InM night
iu the plant of the linrrett Mnniifiie
tilling ('otupanv . Tucker and Bermuda
streets. Fiankfonl. one man w.i killed
and two otheis 'eriously iniured.
Andrew Sinisky, ITSIl Stiles stieel,
was killed. John Szjoluski's left leg was
torn nnd bruised and he sustained a
number of minor iujiuies. Oenrgc
1'nic's left leg was so badly crushed
that il was amputated 'atcr at the
Frankfoid Hospital, vvuerc both men
weie taken Fiile lives nt I7'!0 Stiles
.street and S.jolukl nl I7-".U' Mercer
The li.vdio extractor is a machine
used In extrnil oil from raw iiiipthn.
When il burst pieces of i:ctal were
hurled in all directions. Cuming
uaplha was scntteieil nboiit. setting lire
to several workmen's clothing. I)
tiligiiishing the Ihinies themselves, (hcsc
men gnlheiiil up the dead and injuied
comrades, curled them out of the build
ing ami summoned aid.
A lire, started bv tle explosion, was
extinguished before much damage ic
siilted. "NO BEER, NO WORK"
Prohibition Closes Camden "Paper,
Pickery," Hoboes' Aversion
Camden's "pnpci picker." known
In hoboes nil out the count!'), who be
cause of it steer ileal' of that fit), goes
out of existence, lodtl). Prohibit ion.
with its resulting lack of "drunks" lo
sort paper, is responsible.
Started In WIS! on llie suggestion of
Highway Commissioner Albert Sa.vers,
lms liirned into the Caiudeii treasury
about SilKHI n )cnr. AH vvaste paper
collected by the oil) wns taken to tlie
pickery, which was located at Twelfth
and Federal streets, and there sorted by
drunks and hoboes who were serving
sentences, und sold.
For more than a week thcie have
been no prisoners to work in the pickery
and no pnper is now on band. This
week, nnd from now on. an waste paper
will be label, to the Camden diiinp.
POOL CUE USED AS WEAPON
. i. in, .. .w,t .. fn.i,,,i ti.n
skiill of ltiehard AVillinms, a negro.
?. V . . i c, . .,. I., i
Fedcrnl street near Seventeenth. Inst
night, according to the police, Znssou
rimlire. ii liecai. Federal street near
Seventeenth, is charged with striking
Williams, whose condition is critical,
Hodge was arrested.
cm-,, ,r orp nin(. ,n ,,, trip,
alliances mid all that sort of thing we
eie not going to Inn e a labor parly. It
I "", iuriii.
, FVritiiiv vinnn nf M, MI.a- :.K..Um,
of Great llrltniii in the labor world were
" on" i mi nnimii
not going iti come off. either. I'erhnn
' .. . t ti t .
we hnd been scaring ourelves unneces-
sanly. At nnj rate, in the opinion of
a VCI'V ll llllt ISt J1 trr,1ll I lntinr Innlnr I.nn
of peion who sits in one of the outer ,
offices that separate Mr. Compere from
the world of capitalistic journalists, the
idea of a Itritish imitation labor part ,
in the L'nitcd States was "bunk."
Kritish Tactics Not Adaptable Merc
We are seeiug Inborn little red for the
moment, taking n little too seriously,
pet Imps, the Itritish parallel which the
l'lmnb planners and the mine workers'
convention have held up before the na
tion. The couJ leaders are busy dis
covering that the Itritish tactics cannot
be bodily transported from across the
Contlniieil on Vaen Tour, 'oliiinu l'le
BariK messenger i nrougn
USED PHONE IN SWINDLE
Cassatt x. Co., bankers, have asked
the police to find a )oung man of suave
voice and engaging manners who yes
tedjv afternoon "borrowed" an office
in Vr Perrj Iliiilding. and flim-flammed
n luiiuer Irum the banking firm out of
a ,IOtl0 A'ictoiy Bond.
The stor.v of the banking firm's loss
came out toda.v through the detective
bureau. According to .lames l.enlhan.
acting detective at Citj Hall, Cassatt
.S. Co., hnd a telephone cull yesterday
afternoon from n client who described
himself as William V. K. Sheppard,
with nn office on the fourth floor of the
perry Building, nt Sixteenth and Cliest
"This is iMitor Sheppard " said
the voice. "1 want two $."00 Victory
bonds. Can vou send them tight over
to in) office?"
A bnuki tinner wns given a 5100O bond
the bankers had no If, "00 bonds on
baud at the time nnd intiucicd to
bring gack the cash.
He found the office, which belongs
i in a Christian Science practitioner,
according to Detective l.enlhan, and
was greeted by a suave young man who
seemed ver.v much nt home.
"I'll have to have the cash for the
bond," said the runner.
"That's all right." answeied the
l.voung man, "I'll just take the bond
and get j on the money cut of Ihe of-
ranlon me a moment.
The vouug man closed the door nro-
lossl) behind him as lie entered the
inside office. The runner waited: then
waited some more. There was an omi
nous silence iu the inner office.
When the runner opened the door to
see what wus the matter he found the
room ompt). Another door, lending to
the cordidor, showed how the polite
joiing man had "got awfty with it."
The detectives learned vvhcn Cassntt
Co. complained of the theft that tho
tenant of tho office wns out of town
.veslerday. The thief had "borrowed"
ofllce, telephone und bond, This num
ber of the musing .filOOO bond has been
MARCH ON CHARLESTON
40Q strlkng Mnerg Begn i)nva
i "ion" Despite Leaders' Orders
Cliai'Icsluii. V. Yn.. Nov. 1. fllr
, A. . P.)- A party of M0 or 400 striking
' ititnni-a left till ffllun PrrfioL- uniii.li.,.
miners left the Cabin Creek country
eariy inuuy 10 marcii 10 i. narieston, tic
miiHo the raiu and the orders of their
district officers forbidding the march,
according to official information re
f e'vc.1, here. .
STEALS 1000 BOND
District Presidents Enforce Wi
Shutdown Despite Fednrat
Men Working ill Pits With An'
, ' 1
oiriKe wontracxs rer-,
mitted to Continue
I5y the Associated Press
f'ltnn sr.. 1 Tr...-,1 l
' "K"i .-Ml, i. L'l'imi'i "s.iV .t
000 bituminous coal miners througnortfi
the nation of a totnl of 01fi,000;me
employed in that industry today vrj
on strike in response to the geper;
strike call, effective nt midnight' li
night, according to reports, in som;i-
stances (Slimnteil. received bv vin
leaders. f$ , "
ucspiie tne leiierai mmvfcon iw
at Indianapolis agaiust thJr strike
leaders, who generally stated tiles' WO!
rlicri,ri,.,l ll n.e..l.,l Unit lltu ultttlrn' i
da) would be extended to moreyO
Kiact strength of tho walkout
ably will not be known until
day, however, since in many oj
country's mines Saturday has becui
AS STRIKE ORD
GOES INTO EFF
... . . .... w;..rw' sl
ognizrii as at lease a uau noiuiayaaii ,yl
wnrK suspenneu auogeincr in oincraMl Hl
Minn onerators earlv Jortav had in'3e "SI
nouneed no plans for carryiiu-0jjiin-t
Ing. desnite tho precautionary J
taken and promised by the 'federals
uinerent. state governments. JNew
hud they given out uu. eBtiwa"tpVp"S3
numuer oi men on striKC. TJwl
r rum ocuuiiiiurvcra jierc oi ivafr'j
trnl department or the United
army, xvincn emuracea most Of lb
tion H srrent: llltiimlnonH. 'ennt .'.iield
reports of nddltlouril movements, of I
ernl troons into the lnlnini? zoKwih
been announced. Federal troops 'frd
I'niun Xnelinrr Tnvlor. I.niiixvllle. Kvv7
today were on duty in the AVcst vrrVs jpvl
ginia coal fields nnd others were .lleldff sJ
..-, ,, , . ... . --j.,,." .
In rnnilliiii.a t,i nu,ri.in In hn uitlf eK,.V.."J
... . , .....uv -. .u x.vw . ..-' " n. ,
the east Tennessee mining district- if
Colorado and Oklahoma state trooOw
had been ordered into the coal fitld8,-s,U
No Disorder Reported "$i
Throiisrhout tlie country tho nnttintQ
into effect of the walkout was orde'rlyjf
No reports of violeifr' or destru"c,tj
of property were rec( d and in iiaa"cu
instances a sufficient qaotr. of union" me
was left at the various nronerlies'lll
I prevent accidents or the damage tbji
vvouiu rtsuiL jiuui aivyiH-iii iuu urn.
Minus reports from ie ot thH
states on the number vi miners, qu
fected by the strike order, following
table by states of tlie numper ot p
reported out today by the union ll
15,000 Montana . .
ouu New Mexico .
5.0U0 Ohio .,.
. j.'i.nyu Penniyliivca.jAjj
ljfjlio TenneBaia ,, Its
.0.000 Tejaif' . , Z&.
s5rio,IM)l UtaM ....... JiSl
jii.iiiiii tusninawil ,v.i,
i.luo W. Vtrefjii-, , iS.M
J.O0O Wyomio . S,ti
strict l-cadera IUnaiu
uts ot the mining illttrA
liresidentK iinon heimr informeit of iui
mice of the injuuctiou at ludlanapoij
ranged from mere acknowledgments
the information to statements th"at?
judge In the country was "blganojii!
to call off the strike," and that tbe.xi
stiaining order "ouly makes us 'tl3
nuicii more determined to tiglit to',Mt
bitter end. let the consequences . bj
what they may." j
Somn of the operators said they 'i
not believe a large perccn;aie of tj
miners rmnoved in their mines wou
join the movement, especially KentuclA
ow tiers. jji
Should the government order prAwt,
tion ot tlie mines the nttempt to f
lilril InnTnnplniinArl mlnnr In FTIInJKT
nuil Oklahoma, and posslbl) other Stat?;
would encounter state laws rcauUfitl
cxamiuntion of the workers, GdrtsrJ
Bo)le. chief mine Inspector of Okaj
honin, said he would not 'permit operai
tion with gteen men, such as. soldier
In Utah miners wero quitting woi?
)esterday in spite of a notice callini'ol
the strike as issued uy John 11. .MeKmi
Contlnueil on I'ace 1'our, Column' 6
PRAY FOR AID IN CRfSIS
All Dcivtitarl-in. M rtt e.iKHi1
r-n i iv,auiviidiifl v VMVi f'H'llfsVTf -i "il
tion for Nation's Welfare,' wj
A prayer for dlvino aid in tlip.prHif i
labor crisis win be sent up from P
ii.vterinn ctiurciies in mm atiout;KnfJ
ilelphin tomorrow following the
of a proclamation received by a'
pastors irom ine I'rcsujienan
Assenibly committee of the N
Movement, 1BU Fiftfi avenue, N'
The proclamation, which was
mousiy adopted at tun meeiioi
Nevv lork body, will be rcauj
puipit, ir. win can on an mi
the faith to devote the day to
sion for Uio l nlted wtates
ment nnu ine American peof"i
today that copies of the Jirojjv
navo ueen rvcrivcu uy a( cure
tho vicinity, but that the .
them was n matter entirely
crctlou of the iudividunl
Camden Man Held Lip'f,
Held up by thteo nerf",
and Morton streets, Cj
on ins way home, tn
.iiunoen. jna niorton
ot J4S in eash. a cm
ystcb. and chain wl
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