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MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1919 No. 81
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REDS W0RLB"S CHAMPS
LABOR IS FOR IMMEDIATE
BUI OF STRIKERS TO PLANTS
Months Is Also
Permanent Arbitration Board
Is Suggested By
IBs- Associated Press to The Banner
WASHINGTON, Oct. 9 An lmmed
late Industrial truce, to continue
three months, creation of an arbltra
tlon board by" e president and con:
aress. and Immediate arbitration of
the nation-wide' steel strike were
among proposals made to'day to the
Industrial conference here. The first
two were presented by representa
tives of the public and the last by the
Chairman Baruch of the public
group, made the proposal for the in
dustrial truce, while Samuel Qompers,
president of the American Federation
of Labor and chairman of the labor
aroup, proposed arbitration for the
steel strike. Mr. Gompers' plan con
templates Immediate return of steel
strikers to work, pending the outcome
of efforts to arbitrate the dispute.
Gavin McNabb of San Francisco
nrnnnsGil a normancnt arbitration
board. His resolution, which had the
approval of. tlio public group! provid
ed that all living ox-prosldcnts bo
Mr. Gompers' hoard for arbitration
of tho steel strike would bo com
posed of six members, two to be ap
pointed by each of the thrco groups
In tho conference capital, labor and
v tho public'
Mr. Gompors also presonted n, res
olution ombodylng 11 fundamental
principles which ho emphasized had
the unanimous approval of tho labor
group, Including tho representatives
of four railroad brotherhoods.
After bolng In session an hour and
n half, tho conference adjourned until
this afternoon. Meanwhllo the com
mittee of 15 wi)l consider tho resolu
WRELESS APPEAL IS
SENT BY U. S. VESSEL
Br .Yecoclsijed I'iphh to Tlio BunnerJ
HALIFAX, Oct. 9-rA wireless np
peal for aid from the V. S. steamer
Yaklok was locelvqd hoi a today, re
porting the ship totally disabled and
TODAYS WORLD SERIES SAME
A KANSAS TORNADO
GREAT BEND, Kas., Oct. & Tliroo
persons wcro killed in tornado
which struck Holslngton, near here,
and tlio property damago 13 estimat
ed at several hundred thousand dol
lars, according to reports Tdcclved
TIFFIN, Oc9 Staying he deserv
ed punishment, J. V. Sterling, 74,
asked to bo sontencod to the ponl
tontlary for forgery.
COLUMBUS, Qct. 9 An Increase
In natural gas rates was declarod to
bo necessary to save the Industry,
speakers told tho Ohio- Gas & Oil
Men's association at tho convention
YOUNGSTOWN, Oct. 9 Pollco
find two stills in full operation In tho
city. Whiskey was being made.
COLUMUUSP Oct. 9 Daniel How
ard, 35, of Plain City, was killed hero
by a train. '
CONNEAUT, Oct. 9 J. W. Thorn
and Clydo McKco, employes of tho
Walor Works company, escaped death
when tholr automobile was struck by
u pnsscngcr train.
MAIUON, Oct. 9 George Spark, BO,
was crushed to death when he was
caught In a concrete mixing machine.
Crop Production Estimates
Are Issued By Depart
ment of Agri.
By AKhoelxtcd Pi ess to Tho Banner
WASHINGTON, Oct. 9 Crop pro
duction tills year, based on Oct. 1 In
dications, has been announcod by tho
department of agriculture as follows;
Spring wheat 203,170,000 bushels.
AH wheat 918,471,000 bushels.
Corn 2.900,511,000 bushels.
O'ata 1,219:521,000 bushels.
The condition of corn In Ohio was
94 pi'r cent of normal with a fore
casted production of 158,492,000 bU3h-els.
OHIO CORN IS
TRAFFIC COP IN BOSTON
Miss Helen Coian on traffic duty
at one if Boston's busiest Intersec
tions. Miss Coran is tho country's
only woman "(raffle cop," She vol
unteered curly in tho police strike
nnd was assigned to n post. She han
dles the long lino of vehicles like a
veteran. s - ,
Strike Headquarters Declare
Mistake Made At
Local Conditions Did Not
Warrant Calling Out
tsy Associated Presa. to Tlio Bunhcrl
YOUNGSJOWN, Oct. 9 The
Trumbull Steel Co. of Warren, an Independent-plant
employlno 5000 men,
has resumed operations Ip part, It was
announced today by company offic
ials. Tlje statement followed an an
nouncement by employes of the mill,
after 'a meeting yesterday, that ,an
amicable agreement had been reach
ed botween the company and the men
and that the men would return to
work as soon as possible.
Only u fow departments of tho pluut
. AN AGREEMENT
9 10 11
aic in operation, officials, said, but
they expect tho whole plant to be
running shortly. At "district strike
headquarters here, an announcement
was made which said 'Ix mistake was
made in the first place to take ou,t the
men." Secretary Hammersmark de
clined to amplify his '"statement fur
ther than to say that. local conditions
did not Justify calling 'workmen out.
AIRPLANE FALLS IN
LAKE EBIJLfiUX ITS v.;
Fliers Ride Airplane Wings;
Kept Afloat By Air
By Associated frTi-i to TKe Banner
ASHTABULA, Ohio, Oct. 9 Air
piano No. 4." in tho transcontinental
air derby, disabled, fell Into Lake
Erie about three miles east of horc
this morning, but the crew of two was
rescued by the steamer Fairfax. The
captain of the steamship reported that
he found the flyers riding the wings
of the piano which was kept afloat by
its air chambers.
ON HALE SCALE
General Betterment In Chi
cago Strike Situation Is
By Axyoi'lntcd 1'icts to Tie Diuincr
CHICAGO, Oct. 9 A general bet
torment in the Industrial situation
throughout tho Chicago district was
indicated today by reports of mill op
erators that their plants either were
tunning on a fifty per cent scale or
were ready to losumo immediately at
a i educed capacity.
No attempt of consequence at vio
lence at any point was reported.
Military control at Gary, East Chi
cago and Indiana Harbor continued.
By As-oolulcd ri tt Tio Bauncrl
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 9 A clash he
tweon negro workers and foreign-born
strikers at Uonorn today resulted in
two men being shot and wounded and
a number Injuied. The crowd was
dlspeised by the stato pollco without
The statu troops weie assisted by
local police and deputies. Many ar
rests woro made. There was llttlo'
change In tho Pittsburgh district to
day although mill operators iialnied
additional men were ropoitlng for
WITH flEGRQ WORKERS
Flying Preacher " Arrives Atj-
Omaha' From Chicago
Thirty Of Forty-Eight Start
ers Arrive At Buffalo
IBv As-wlnted Press tu The Bannerl
MINEOLA, N. Y., Oct. 9 Rain held
up virtually all westbound flyers in
the army's transcontinental contest
today at the control stations in Ro
chester, Buffalo, Bryan and Cleveland. I
Weather conditions around Chicago
had sufficiently improved at noon to
allow the westbound flyers to contin
ue. v '
Eastbound flyers encounteied bet
ter weather and three pilots were en
abled to leae Salt Lake City early
I.letu. U. W. Baynard, the "flying
paison," leading the field In the air
dci by, ai rived at Omaha, Neb., at
12:4S p. m. today. He Ion Chicago
early this mowing He maTe'the trip
to Omaha froni Des Moines, a dis
tance of 118 miles, in one hour and
Thirty of the 4S machines leaving
here had ai rived at Buffalo before
noon today. A number of others were
held up nt Binghnmton and Roches
ter. It was said at the local field that
our more machines were, expected to
leave hcie before nightfall.
NIPPED IN BUD
Ohio Village Scene of Attack
On Several White
By AHMiclntnl Pifss to Tlio Banner
CAMP DENI30N, Cincinnati, Oct.
9Thls village, which during the Civ
il war was a mobilization center for
Ohio troops, was terrorized late yes
terday by three negroes, one of them
Tho three attacked several white
poisons nnd also attacked tho post
oflico building 'In which thero weio
The local pollco say the negroes
tried to induce all tho negro resi
dents of tho vlliuge to join them In
an uprising against
the whites, but
that thoy lofurd.
succeeded ill uulotlm
; tliu bltuutlou.
HOLDS UP DERBY;
HOB ELLER IS CHOSEN BY MORAN
T(T BRING LUCK TO G I N C Y WHILB
CLEASON PINS FAITH ON WILLIAMS
Cincinnati Opened The Game By Making Four Runs In The
First Inning; Five Hits Were Made By the Red Slug
gers; One Half An Inning Was Sufficient For Williams
Who Retired In Favor Of James.
(BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TO THE BANNER)
COAUSKEY PAJtK, CHICAGO, J 11., Oct. 9 The sun
roke through .tho heavy clouds shortly before noon but an
extremely high wind'slming which gave promise of inter
fering with the fielding end of the contest. The bleachers
and pavilions were tilled long before tim for the game and
indications were for a record crowd. Clouds of dust were
raised by the wind swooping down upon the diamond.
Rath, 2nd. Leibold, c.f.
Daubert, 1st. Kddlo Collins, 2nd.
Groh, 3rd. Weaver, 3d.
Roush, c.f. Jackson, l.f.
Duncan, l.f. Felsch, r.f.
Kopf, s.s. Gandll, 1st.
Neale. r.f. Risberg, s.s.
Rariden, c. Schalk, c.
Kller.i). Williams, p.
x James, .p.. .
x Relieved Williams in first.
Game By Innings
CINCINNATI Rath up. Strike one.
The first Uail pitched oy Williams
split the plate but Rath did not make
a bid lor it. Stiike two. It was a
ioul. itath opened the contest witu a
J pop fly that Kisberg got in short left.
Daubeit up. Stiike one. Daubert
singled to center. It was a line drive
thai Leibold made a great effort for,
, but could not uulte reach befoie it
touched tho ground. Groh up. Strike
lone. Uroh touted the lirst one. Ball
one. Foul strike two. Groh fouled
the thhd ball into the leftfield pavil
ion, uron singled to rlglit. It was a
short hit that cleared over- flrnt base
and Daubert held second. Koijsh up.
Ball one. Strike one. Roush doubled
past first base to the rightfielb pavil
ion fence, .scoring Daubert and put
ting Groh on third. Duncan up.
James warming up tor Chicago. Foul
strike one. Bail one. Duncan dou
bled to leftfield, scoring Groh and
Roush. It was a line drive that went
over Weav er's head and Jackson field
ed in the extreme leftfield corner.
This was enough for Williams and
James went into the box for Chicago.
Kopf up. Ball one. Ball two. Strike
one. Ball three. James could not
locate the plate propeily and walked
Kopf. Duncan stil on second. Neale
up. Strike one. Strike two. Neale
took a terrific swing at the second
stiike but missed. Ball one. Neale
tanned, the third ball being called on
him. Rariden up. Ball one. James
almost made a wild pitch, but Schalk
recovered the ball before any dam
age could be done. Rariden lifted a
Texas leaaue hit over first base, scor
ing Duncan and putting Kopf on third,
I Filer up. The crowd gave Eller a
great ovation. Foul strike one. Ball
ono. Rariden stole second. Ball two.
Eller ended the Inning by 11 lug out
to Felsch. FOUR RUNS, FIVE HITS,
The Rods displayed the most con
secutive hitting of the series in this
inning. Their wallups oil Williams
were all clean hits.
CHICAGO leibold up. Strike one.
Filer's first pitch was over the pan.
Leibold blurted with a clean single to
left that Duncan fielded fast and pre
vented him from making it n double.
Eddio Collins up. Strlko one. Ball
one. Eddie Collins doubled to left
whllo Leibold wont to third. Weaver
ui). Ball one. Stiike one. Strike
two. Ring began warming
Cincinnati. Weaver fanned
got Ills lirst victim when he slipped
the third striko over on Weaver.
Jackson up. Jackson lifted a fly that
Kopf captured In back of third. Lcl
bold held third and Eddie Collins sec
ond. Felsch up. Foul strlko one.
Felhdi tiled to dodge the ball, but it
hit his bat. Striko two. Ho swung at
the second ono, but failed to connect.
Foul. Ball one. Foul, Bail two.
Felsch fanned. Tlin Sox hit Eller hard
if tin. lifiiilimliiL' nf their lmttlntr. but
,,0 tightened up on tho thiid 11111 and
J pitched hinibolf. out of a bud hole.
NO RUXS, TWO HITS, NO URRORS.
CINCINNATI Rath Up. Strike one.
Strike two. Ball one. Ball two. Ball
three. Rath struck out. James got
Rath in the."three and two" hole and
slipped the third strike over on him.
Daubert up. Ball one. Daubert filed
out to Jackson who pot the ball after
a short run. Groh up. Strike one.
Groh called for the ball and oxamtnfirf
it,but the umpire ruled It was 0.JK."-
J-oul strlko two. Ball one. Ball twb.
Ball three. Groh singled to Gandll.
The latter got the ball back or first
but could not get up In time. Groh
turned his anklo hii he stepped on
Hist base and play wa3 delayed, but
he resumed anu took his position on
lirst base. Ruubh up. Ball one. Ball
two. Roush douDled to leftfield, scor
ing Groh on the hit, but Roush was
caught between second and third
wUen Leibold threw 10 Risberg and
in the run-down Schalk and veaver
got assists while Kddie Collins An
ally put the ball on him. ONE RUN,
TWO HITS, NO ERRORS.
CHICAGO Gandll up. Ball one.
Strike one. Gandll line-filed to Dau
bert. Risberg up. Ball one. Ball
two. Ball three. Strike one. Eller
had trouble locating the plate qnd
walked Risberg. Again the ball was
examined by Schalk and the umpire,
but it was leturned it to Eller. Schalk
up. Ball one. Rariden dropped
Schalk's high foul and was given an
error. Strike one. Strike two. Foul.
Foul. iJchalk again wanted the urn
plie to examine the ball and he toss
ed it back to Eller. Ball two. Schalk
singled to left. Duncan came in fast
but the ball hit the ground first, Ris
berg reaching, second. James up.
James hit a high foul to Groh and
neither base-runner advanced. Lei
bold up. Strike one. Ball one. Foul
strike two. Ball two. Leibold struck
out, taking a healthy swing at the
last one mid hitting only atmosphere.
NO RL'NS, ONE. HIT, ONE ERROR.
CINCINNATI Duncan up. Strike
one. Weaver took Duncan's high
bounder and threw him out at first.
Kopf up. Strike one. Ball one. Weav
er came oer fast, getting Kopf's
grounder and throwing to Gandil for
the put-out. Neale up. Ball one. Ball
two. Foul strlko one. Ball three.
Strike two. Foul. Neale, thinking the
ball had been touched before it roll-
stajed on first baso and the
boohed" him. Ho resumed his
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the next ball. He then drew his fourth
ball and walked. Rariden up. Strlko
one. Strike two. Ball one. Nealo
was caught stealing, Schalk to Eddio
Collins. NO RUNS, NO HITS, NO
CHICAGO Eddio, Collins up. Ball
one. Strlko one. 'Foul strike two,
'Ball two. Eddio Collins line filed to
Duncan. It was a hard-hit drivo hut
almost directly Into the hands of tho
Red loftrflelder. Weaver up. Ball
ope, Weaver hoisted a" high fly that
Rath made a circus catch of, going
back and barely getting It, Jackson
up. Ball one,. The outfield moved
back for Jackson and he out one Into
'the rlghtfield bleachers for a home
LllcrrlJn. it ,.as ti,0 ioii"ost hit made dur
ing the beries at this park. -Neale,
who w as playing deep, backed to tho t
fence and waited Tor tho ball to go
over his head. Felsch up. Kopf took
Felsch's grounder and fossed to Ua'i
bert for the third out. ONE RiN,
ONE UlT. NO ERRORS.
Tho crowd gave Jackson a big ova-
1 1 as ll0 to()U h(a nnc0 m (eftfleld
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CIVCINNATI Rariden. up.
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