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ers of this organization it fs because
they have been too conservative and
have allowed the railroads to 'captial
ize that conservatism and have not
gotten the results that the rank and
file think they should have gotten."
This was what Stone said in Feb
ruary when Witness Trenholm, chair
man of the railroad managers' com
mittee, had accused him of being rad
ical. About this same time Stone
brought In a mass of evidence show
ing that railroad companies of the
west got over $300,000;000 worth of
land from the federal government.
Arbitrator Nagel made the remark
that it was "ancient history." The re
, mark was commented on then as
"not judicial" and a piece of foul play
on the part of Nagel.
This with many other incidents
convinced the brotherhoods' commit
tee members that Nagel was tied to
the railroads. His leanings and the
high points of his record were known
"months before the sensational bawl-ing-out
of Nagel heard the past few
"Stone is trying to make it look
as though Pritchard was an angel and
Nagel a devil," was one comment
heard among rail men. "Pritchard
is a federal judge. He was appointed
by a president of the United States,
who was with railroads from start to
finish. And then if Pritchard is with
the men and against the railway com
panies why did he sign the arbitration
award? An umpire who was actually
with the men would have refused to
ART HONEST - m- GOODNESS
ART PLEASES AUDIENCE
Art in its barest form was on the
program of the Palette and Chisel
club at 69 E. Van Buren st last night
When the last "scene" was over and
the onlooker waited for more, R. N.
Brown: head, of the club, was issuing
a den to the censors in Major Funk
Three graceful 'maidens posed be
fore the audience of artists lasf -night!
The principal covering' of their bodies
was light and plenty of that.
In many poses, from "The Awak
ening," with a young, unclad girl"
with arms-extended toward the au
dience, to the "Evening Star," in
which the three maidens were posed
classically, clothed in a warm friend
ship, they held the interest of the
They are going to repeat the per
formance in a loop theater.
Hortonville, Wis. Jesse Collar,
20, fell under wheels while trying to
board train. Left arm torn off.
Washington. Conviction of Harry
C. Booth, coal mine superintendent in
Indiana, chareed with failure to nro-
vide washrooms for employes, upheld
by supreme court
Atlanta, Ga. Solicitor H. M. Dor
sey, Leo M. Frank's prosecutor in
Mary Pragan murder case, petitioned
"judge Hill to fix date for Frank's ex
ecution under original death sen
tence, passed Aug. 26, 1913. Will not
pass on matter before Tuesday.
New York. Sarah Bernhardt will
begin a brief theatrical engagement
Sept 20 here.
Los Angeles. Attempt to Assas
sinate Charles E. Sebastian, suspend
ed chief of police, on trial with Mrs.
Lillian Pratt, charged 'with contrib
uting to delinquency of Edith Serkin,.
made last night.
Harrisburg, Pa. Child labor bill
passed senate in same form it passed
house. Employment of children un
der 14 at any occupation except
Philadelphia. Olive Harper, au
thor of 68 books, dead.
New York. Charles Murray 4,
murdered near his home on East
Side, not far from scene of recent
murder of Leonore Sohn'5.
Houston, Tex.-41 persons killed
or drowned ih recent storms and'
floods in Texas "-
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