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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1912.
NEW INJUNCTION '
ROLE A VICTORY
Supreme Court's Order a
Step Forward, Declares
IN THE COUNTY
Roosevelt Is Thought to
Have Good Chance for
700 in Montgomery.
While organized labor will contlnuo
righting for legislation with reference
to tho limitation of injunctions In labor
disputes. It looks on tho promulgation
by the Supreme Court vestorday of a,
new rule- with reference to tho Issuo of
Injunctions nml temporary restraining
orders by tho equity courts as a distinct
To n largo extent, It Is the feeling of
the labor officials that tho Supremo
Court of tho United States has rccog
nlzcd their contention that thcro havo
been serious abuses In the Issuo of In
junction', and that these abuses should
bo curbed. The court has not dono all
that organized labor would like to seo
done, but the labor officials believe n
long step forward has been taken, and
that abuses will be less frequent.
Moreover, aside, from tho purely legal
Ida of tho matter, labor officials feel
that u moral lctory of importunco has
been won by this reform In Judicial
firoceuure. inai tins moral victory will
ead to further Impiovemcnt In the sit
uation with refcicnco to uso and abuso
of tho Injunction la their belief,
Morrison Is Pleased.
President Gompers, of tho American
Federation of Labor, was out of tho
city toduy. Secretary Frank Morrison,
who Is here, when asked for a state
"I am pleased with tho published
Statement In regard to tho rule on
Injunctions Issued by tho Supreme Court
of tho United States. Tho fact that
the Supremo Court, on Its own motion,
Iibb formulated u rule eliminating homo
very objectionable features In the Is
suance of Injunctions, against which
labor organizations have been protest
ing, should maku It patent to tho minds
of tho public that tho Supremo Court
recognized them us abuses, and for
that reason has Issued a lule which
will prevent these abuses In the future.
"The contention of labor organiza
tions Is that the Injunctions Issued were
without authority of law. Tho action
of the Supremo Couit Is proof posl
tlvo that the contention or thu l.ibor
organizations Is well founded. It Is
a Btcp In advance, and should material
lv assist In securing the i insane of
the Claton anti-Injunction bill which
passed the House ut the list fusion
and is now awultlng action b tho
Step Forward for Labor.
Jackson 11. Ralston, uiiinpel fur tlm
American lderatton of liboi. i x
pressed satisfaction with the rulo
ns a step In ndvance lie mid
"The new rulo mbollrs several of
tho leading contentions of the l.ibor
organizations. The labor organizations
hae protested against the Issue of In
junctions against vasuo statements of
Irreparable damage. The Supremo Court
In tho new rule requlris that ie Me
showing shall ho madn as to tho al
leged Irreparable ilaouage. That Is a
big step foruaid for hiboi
"A sicohd hnllortont point Is that. If
n temnorarv restraining order Is Issin 1
without notice, the matter Is returnable
In ten davs and must then be heard,
taking piecedence oer other matters.
Tho defense can come In und, h giving
two das' notice, force nti Immedlatu
hearing. Thus n restraining order
might he Issued and dlssolvul after
hearing Insldo of three das. Instead
of dragging nlong for weeks und
months, as has sometimes been the
case In tho past.
Moral Effect Important.
"In respect to speeds hearing and tho
exactness of the complainant's showing
required, there Is no doubt the cause of
labor has gained henvlly. The moral
effect, too. Is most Important. Tho Issuo
of tho new rule by the Supreme Court
tends to show the Justice of the posi
tion tnken by the labor organizations "
It Is not bellurd the new rule will
havo anv bearing on the contempt pro
ceedings starUil In Justice Wilght's
court for lolatlon bv Messrs Oompers,
Mltchilt, nnd Morrison of the Injunction
In the Mucks Stoc and Hnngu cun
panj rase, 'lo tome extent, howevoi.
tho restrictions put on Injunctions by
the Supnme Court may be, looked on as
reflecting tho lew.s of the court on the
merits ot.the practice or miscellaneous
wielding of tho Injunction club In labor
cases, oniclals of tho feneration did
nOCKVILLU, Md Nov. 6. A heavy
oto Is being polled In Mont
gomery county today. Iloth parties
aro showing activity In "getting out
the vole," and as a result, and because
of the unusual Interest aroused by
the three-cornered light for the Presi
dency, a record-breaking vote Is ex
pected to be cast In Montgomery.
Tho polls opened at 8 o'clock and will
close nt C o clock tonight, when tho
counting will begin. It Is not thought
the leeult In this county will be known
before midnight or Inter. Tho Demo
crats are claiming 1,000 plurality for Mr.
Wilson, nnd the ltcpubllcans concede
ahout COO. It Is thought the Iloosevelt
vote will total from MO to 700.
On tho ground that a train carried
her ten miles oast tho Itockvlllo sta
tion, requiring her and her two small
children to walk back to Ilockvllle late
nt night last July, Mrs. Lillian I..
Posey, of this place, has filed suit In
tho circuit aourt here against tho Hal
tlmoro and Ohio llullroad Company for
damages In tho amount of $5,000 She
Is represented bv Attorneys TalbOtt He
Talbott, of Ilockvllle.
Mrs Norn E.iglln, wife of Maurice
Knglln. died vestordny at her homo In
Potomnc district, this county She, hsil
been III a long whllo. Surviving her
are her husband and two children. Mrs
i.nKiin was ioriy years oio.
AIDED BY CHANCE
in mm RATE
Decisions of I. C. C. Lower
Freight Tariff to Through
and water routes, that ore lower than
tho aggregate of rates to Intervening
These lower rates apply from nearly
all shipping points on ths Southern
railway In both Curollnas.
Though thft railway company has not
announced Its plans. It la understood
that the combination rate will boost
Lectures on Shakespeare.1
"Ilomeo and Juliet" ytaa tho subject
on which Dr. James Walsh, of Now
York, lectured yesterday afternoon bo
foro n laige audience, at tho Holy Cross .
Society, llcsldes being head of the I
medical deportment of Tordham Uni
versity, Dr. Walsh Is a widely known
Two decisions thnt will In effect boost
iv-.hinirtnn trndn and commerce In giv
ing low through rates to this city, ono
from the North nnd one from the South,
were announced by tho Interstate Com
merce Commission today.
Under authority received from the
comm sslon, the Dnltlmoro and Ohio
ralroad has established through ratos
of Washington, via this city, the Po
tomac yarus, jiicninuiw, o
Junction, nnd other Virginia and West
Virginia points, that. It Is expected,
will divert through Washington much
t.i -prn thnt takes mora north
erly routes of crossing.
Tne Iiaiimoro ana uwu nam "'"
ty to establish rates that wero not In
conformity witn mo iirami cuwon ..
tho Interstate commerce. dct, which
provides that through ratee'eannot bo
-...v.u-v....t in mv th.H mtm in Inter-
venlng points. , This application was
............ 1... . 1. Hninmlv.lnn
Its purpose Is to give, the Haltlmoro
nnd Ohio the same rates to points In
the South-Central States. through
Washington, as are In effect via tha
Pennsjlvunta und the Buffalo, Hoches
tor, and Pittsburgh rnllroads
Authority was granted thn Southern
railway tp establish through rntca on
cotton atiit nleal. tottori soed hulls, ami,
cotton seel cake from Nbrth and South
Carolina points to Washington by rail
It Fays to Peel JL t GeUenfaorgV
"It Fays to Peol jfc
Seventh and K TKp.pnu.ustor
not discuss this phaso of tho matter.
It Is pointed out hero that It is an
Interesting fact that the new lulcs of
tho couit on Injunctions nnd cqults
practice have come Just at a time when
there Is profound discontent with the
courts In this counti), ami that tho
Bupremo Court has pmhahly taken the
atcp It has In pan, nt least with tho
s.itmnfc.1 nt moMInc Hntnn nf tlm allnoln
on the courts.
Wear Smaller Shoii, Largar Smll.4
ge'' stops se
verest o o rn
com a sec
say "bingo 'I
f o otgiowths
a 1 1 o u 8cs,
eer giew on
r 1 d d a nco
w li o I e
l 1 a a u e t
"Bingo enables lots of folks o wear
alio smaller snots- slzo laigcr smiles.
Makes foot smooth as a whlsllo shoe
kill's on to casll), palnltsaly, jou forget
Jou ever had loot tioulile
"Dingo' shrinks the lorn loosens It
down to the roi.l s end out It comes
Just like that' Dotsn t hurl healthy tls.
sua. Illngob as illffiicnt fiom usuul
coin omes ' us nltht from day. Get
It und sec
cVir-ta r'-cwtirth more At drunsIiV, or
lent dlrecc t Mnnli3n rhvimauil Co, Ut
r.o. Dearborn ht . clilcaai III Bull in thli
rlt ly l'eorlf" Drug Slnro cor 7th nml K
t N W unci TIM nl K all (lln k thru
tiuiy drug norci tot a it nj Uth and I'
.1. ; W. T Knloit Jr , 7th and I. uu N
W ; Jamti O'nonneU'i Vrue Storfa. 504 r st.
N. W.. ChiUtlanl Bruc Co :8 9th t. N. W.
ALCOHOL 3 PER r.vs-r
ItalQ 7 J'-" ' 4Jw!i 'J -j -LUiU" "
Promoles DigestionfJhf nW1
ncss and Rt.Contains nrtaa-
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
Apetfect Remedy forCortsflpi-i
ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP-
FacSinale Signarnrt of
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
55 I T
And You are Presented With a
Handsome Japanese Match Safe
Gridiron Shoes appeal to men who are sticklers for ex
clusiveness in style, yet insist on comfortably fitting shoes. They
arc hand-sewed, bench made. In the best Tan Russia Calf,
Patent Leather. Gun Metal, and Velour Calf. All new toes and
lasts. Some high toes and the new English Flat Last.
Novelties In Women's footwear
Tho newest and smartest thing for ladles Ih Ulack and Tan I.ftco
nnd lluttun Hot, with fnnoj whipcord cloth tops. Trices range from
J3 W to J5 (10
I.udli i' Tan Itussin Calf Button and Lnco llootf. hullt on tho NUW
KNttMMl LAST are In popular favor l'rlced nt $.1 (). WA and 14 (K).
I-ndles' Ited Kid Dutton Doots nro tho latest fad
I.adl(s' Clray Nu-Huck Button Iioota on tho mw hlRh-too last uro
verv popular now
Ol It NEW COLI.nciK aiUL SIIOKS nt JI00 Laco and button styles,
In tun Kusslii calf, patent leathtu. nnd Kun metnl, made on hu now
i lis d toe last also the new English Hat last. Our own exclusive model.
.Somtthlng diffeunt from anything you havu soon.
CAMILY SHOE STORE
1 SHOES AND HOSIERY
Jos. Strasburger Co.
310-312 Seventh St. N. W.
15,000 Different Items for Your Selection Nothing Over. 10c
DOUBLE RICE! BOlLfeRS jlUi
Injr separate handle, tin cover. Shoulder on Insldo
section prevents bottoms coming In contact and
positively eliminates all chances of burning. Worth
33c to Do each. Special this sale, each
each part hav-
Kapklim Hemmed. mer
cerjred, 15x16, each
rfupklns Cotton Damask,
Damnsk Dollies lied bor
der fringed, 12xi:, worth
nirarhrd Turkish Towels
Ilurk Timtb, Rood iiuallly.
Iti.llrr Toncls Twilled
Ilnll I'rtmr Curtain' Trim.
' nlnics Ic vulues, 3 yards I
i'iii'mv inifniuK r.ino-
whero l-'e. vard
hrlf Oilcloth scalloped,
Cup and duseer t'ompletr.
10c vuluo at
IMatra, IIomU, Anpples,
cvod nuainy, cacu
IllKnr IIohIs. rnvrml Hl't-
trrs. LrmnirM, Mmou-
holders. Mb value, each..
Whiskey and Mruinird
Glauses, 2 for 5c and each
Dlsb and Prrtlh Cloths,
CnoklnK War Unamel
and tin, each
Ilrrsil and Ilastlnic lans
worth 10c, each
, 5-2 for.,
fancy each ..
Table Unmask, Bleach
ed, 68 In. wide, excel
lent quality, else
where 30o yard, half
snklns, Damask de
signs, 20 In. hemmed
or plain, worth 2Sc,
Scarfing, wlilto duck
with drawn works,
sold everywhere at
10c jard, iIcCror'
jirlco yard -
rasement Cloth, 56 In.
. wide, ussorted dc
sign, value 19o, yard
Curtain Xnl, dotted
und Oht'c'kecl, 30 In.
wide, excellent value
Merlins, .10 In. wldo,
striped nnd solid col
l'lllovv hbama and
Net Scroll border, 26c
I.lnrn Tn-lrllna, 16 In.
wide, per vard
I.lnrn Crash TotvetlnK,
value 19c, yard
fllass Toweling, soft,'
k'ood quality, yard. .
Timrls, hand, buck or
15c-2r,e, escb ....
Mlinpjiln: lings, string
or oilcloth, iiuch
Ntuve and Scrub
llrtishm. each. .
DIkIi Mops, I'm Scrap
29c Sale of tlousef urnishings
A List of Timely Needs for the Home, Offering
Choice of Values Worth up to 75c
Profit bv this sale tomorrow, Mrs. Ilousowlfecand secure- better value
tnari usually offered. Note the big savings,
29c for 60a Heavy Galvanized Iron
Wash Tubs, drop handles.
29a for 'to Seamless Enameled
Saucepan?, with covers, 20 pints.
29c for G0c Inverted das Lights,
brass' fixture-. liva tip to hold man
tle, all complete.
29c for.XOc Wash Boilers, strongly
23c for Ope Seamless Unamelcd Itlco
Boilers. 3 pints.
29e for 69c Enameled Tea Kettles,
29a for ono dozen Crystal Gins
Tablo Tumblers, Colonial shape, reg
29a for Crystal Glass Wash Doards,
In strong wood frame.
29c for sets of six Rogers' Nickel
Silver Tea Spoons, In fancy design.
29c for set of six each Steel Knives
and Forks, with Cocobola handles;
$12 and $14 Mattings
40-yard rolls $7.95
Finest grade .J60.warp Japancsa
Mattings, alss 0-M. palmed finish
I.lntan Straw Chilis. Mattings; the
.latter being 15 lbs. heavier than the
116-warp trade; i
One and two rolls of a kind.
In handsome carpet designs, also
stripes, check, and plaids In gTeen,
tan, blue, and brown.
40-vard rolls at $7.95, actually worth
112 and 114.
Usual 12c Draperies
One Day at 6ic Yd.
The lot Includes yard wide Sllko
llne and 27-lnch Madrai, In light
and dark colorings; suitable for cur
tains, scarfs, coverings for comfort,
etc. Also yard wide Curtain Swiss In
dots, stripes, figures, cord and lace
effects for curtains.
Regular 12Vic value at Vic a yard.
J. G. McCRORY CO., 414416 Seventh St. N. W.
9 HA -adassssssssssssssssssssHassssB.
Itforon Hhoos are made to sell at Mundart pries, and the a'm of
the manufacturer Is to make tl o best si oes pnvxlhln for the price
That's why so many men war lleucun M np nil Hie time
An Initial order makes a constant pntmn that s why our output
grows 3.400 Ucacon Agencies nw etiillKhtd
1'erfect sntlsfnctton, style, anil eumfort nt a reasonable price A
trinity of reasons that appeal to Initial mlinN
MOON'S BEACON BOOT SHOP
1111 Penn. Ave. Opp. Post Office
I vtauj qU
Brine this advertisement to our
Notion Department not later than
one week from today and receive,
absolutely free, a regular 10c card of
Theie poputir new Drest-hooki are not ordinary hooki and
evetor tnapi they will completely overcome your dreu-fatteninf
difHcultiei. Tlie free cardt are not umples but the tame value for
which you would reula:!y pay 10c.
We make tliii moit unuiual and liberal onerai we are confident
you will find Wilion Dreii-hookt the very thing you have always
wanted. They can't come unhooked or "pop" open accidentally.
They hold securely without bulrje or gap, though you can unhook
them with perfect eaie. Guaranteed not to rutt or crush in washing
and ironing, and to outlast any garment; perfectly flat and never show.
Don't neglect this opportunity to try the Wilson Dress-hooks
you have ceen so widely advertised in the leading magazines and style
boons, used by tasnionauie women cvcrywncrc
and endorsed by leading dressmakers.
Cut Out this Adrertisement
snd present at our Notion Dtpirtmtnt. Larre and
nail sires; Cray. Black aod White colors. Oo derea
on a card. e csn not sire a card to say one who his
rrceited a card free frqra any rorrchmt or the Wilion
Dress book Co.. CleTclind. 0. None siren to children.
PBlMlJlillliMssfWrfiar'? ' i fA
sissssssssfhMsfssssssssssssssssssssf ifcSlJMkssssssssssssssssf Kwtwl'rl T Jkssttsstsssa7AssMssV 5 mt
$20 Seamless Brussels Rugs
All in Desirable Room Sizes, $11.94
Every housewife who expects to need a new rug this season should
visit our rue department tomorrow and Investigate this remarkable of
fering. The Jot Includes n vurlety of sizes, styles, and colorings certain
to meet every requirement.
They nro Btrtctly first quality perfect in every way. 9 and 10-wlre
Hartford and Alexander Smith's makes of all wool Seamless Brussels
Rugs, of a weight and weave that wears like Iron. No seams.
Choice of floral, medallion and conventional designs. Sizes 91S ft.,
9x10 ft. 6 and 8 ft. 3 by 10 ft. 6. 1 1 M
All arc regular t20 00 values offered tomorrow at pil..1
012 feet Milton Velvet Unas. In a choice selection of floral, me
dallion nnd conventional patterns, and rich colorings Alexander
Bmlth's famous make Made In one piece no seams Hemmed ends
to prevent curllnfr Only 30 rugs In the lot better
camo early for best choice of ronular 25 00 values j a gjf
Flannels and Other Winter Needs
Lowered for Wednesday's Economy Sale
Mill ends of Outing Flannels, in
lenirths from 10 to 'JO yards. Choice
of mat stripes, checks and broken
plnlds Heavy fleeced oualltj for
winter garments. 10c value ft3
"All vvool Kmbroldored Flannel. In
silk embroidered deslirns, cIobo
woven, soft quality for Infants'
wear. Itegular Kta aluo AKn
Standard quality Apron Ginghams.
In blue, brown and green checks;
warranted fast colors. Bold regu
larly at $c a yard. Lowered CJin
for one day to UtC
30-Inch White Cambric, a fine close
woven, .soft finish quality for wom
en's undergarments. Regular H$in
10a vnluo at... ITl
We have just received a carload of
Studebaker Electric Coupes
which are for immediate delivery at a Special Price.
Equipped With 32-Cell
Exide Ironclad Batteries
The Commercial Auto and Supply Co.
1 3 1 3 New York Ave. N. W. Tel. Main 2 1 74
65f Red Pillows
Special at 33c
VXt large slio lied Pillows, covered
with heavy-weight art ticking, hi
pink, green, tan. or blue, rilled with
sanitary crushed tuikov feathers,
made odorleBs br cold blast process.
Itegular 65c vnluea nt 33c each
5c a Yard
The genuine Imported wlndpw
phanle, the most popular window
decoration and substitute for stained
glass. In colorings of green, red,
blue, vellow. nlso black-and-whlto.
Showing the most expensive pat
terns In frosted, stained and cathe
dral glnBs effects.
Tomorrow at 5c a vard Instead of
All-Wool Golf Gloves
25c value at 1 ftT
Good, warm kinds for women,
misses, nnd children.
Worsted Oolf Gloves, In plain and
fancy colors. All sizes. Tomorrow
at ltc a pair, instead of 25c.
Worth up to 50c .. 1 Bjg
Ilojs' Clothing Itopt. Sd Floor
This Is n clran-iip of all the re
maining lots left from our recent
purchase of children's headwear.
The low price wo namo will make
quick work of the balance on hand
better he hero early tomorrow If
Sou want to Bhnre the hirgaln.
The lot Includes Hoys' and Little
Children's Uats and Caps of all de
scriptions, In such popular shapes as
Jack Tar, Crusher, Golf, i;ton and
Hkldoo Caps, Utile Jack Horner
Hats and Skating Toques. All sorts
Valuci worth up to EOo at ISc each.
Regularly $1.50. . Qftf.
Children's All-wool Sweaters, In red
with blue sailor collars, others In
red und gray combinations, filzes up
to S Alio fancv weaves In gray
and red, made with high collars and
pockets, sizes up to ill.
Warm and serviceable garments
for school and outdoor wear. To
morrow ut 0c each.
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