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- LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
R 13, 1916.
HEADS OF Ur
Other New York Workers
Sympathize With Carmen
BY ALLIED TRADES
800,000 Trade Unionists to (Ave Un
divided Mupport--Presidlent of Whole
Union, Samuel tonpers, Present at
Adoption of lesolution.
New York, Sept. IO.---A strike of
stage employes, longshoremnen, brew
cry workers, machinists, bar tenders,
moulders and printers in synbpathy
with the unionized carrien who quit
their places four days ago, was de
cided 11p011 at a meeting of the heads
of their unions tonight, according to
an anlnouneelnent by Ilugh Frayne,
State orga itize' of Ithe Aierican Fed
eratlon of Labor.
,'ndivided moral and lina neial sup
A port of all trade unionists in G ,ater
New York which, il. Is estimated,
nnh1ber 800,0t00, was pledged to Ithe
strikiltg a tinen here tonight in a res
oltion adopted at a conferece at
tended by 811aiuel (Goin1p5ers, !)resident
of the AlnerlIean l ederation of Labor;
olliclals of the New York Central
Federated union, the ltrooklyn ('en
ral Lahor tunion and the Anlalga
maei Association of Street and l';ee
trie Itailway einployes.
.r. (ontpers, who arrived here
lato today in response to an appeal
front the New York Central Feder
ated union, issuled a statemient in
wliel he referred to the "efforts" of
the 1nterboi'ough Rapid Transit. coin
pany, whi ieh operates the subway and
elevated railway lines, and ofliers of
the various surface car roads affected
by the strike, "to crush the spirit of
organization among the employes of
a' these raIlroads."
Mr. (oinpers asserted that the car
men were determined to "( xercise
their right to organize, Ile right to
strive rationally and nornially for the
Gre( 1, Aug. 31. Une' of I':e J1oswt
beailitil wo(ddig.; (or the '4e:1;;on ua%(:
solelinized Wednesdl.y flt(rinoon at
4::;0 ('cleck at the beautil ul conln'1ry
h1olne of .\r. andt .\lts. E. . llornatr,
near (liet 1, wh"en their daug~hte'r, .\iss
Chira E jlizabetIi, bee;,inl i the bide of
Air (Charles Ilous:ton Silmpson of Ware
a ' he ltuon ' \;-; d'evonged~ for Ili. o('.
(at ion and prt e.<ented a steine of loveli
Dem, carrying out p( rfeelt he If( (olur.
')f tlhe r:111t o w:. 1 arod t c o1n: (I [ g,th,
ern :;!iilax, ivy and fern-t were 01:t
ud In one corner of the ptrlot anl
atart1' was arranged lavinlg a beiatiIili
bart'wc rotu11i of pahul ,1!1(l forna.:; In
f;< i ol :i.1 wa,; . ole'td -i lo\el'
white basket r tied u i i t e i a a> g lid
Ii . l ort i d I tigera. un a 1' fol--r " li
Cithll'oane ieoe spokeS thiei lina r iage
1.le.r S : mapsoi. \ls. l ler Simpson
an B -il I loiar 'i.i Is osuan4ifd b
iteksa od ki etood, Mirinsso .Fin.
dc a's( 1.eling io nar h r'inierfhlEd
b~' Jl0 . n Ili : life le, ;;. railo
paolor and'ifotig an attitslefo (the
bie wand troom to orpa hought the
couffeen wolred .\lss Oie oaran
iery Simpttn, \lis Rev.les Simpso
and Wil( lit 1Iomar, ats Ill anford.
iicks andeld iert ood, Mits tice1(4
Feid aLcesiitle aomar. iiThe thie
were dressIted in thle Ifferent.1, orainbow
l~agev::: bo lsoti Fower andiit foern
iSrsed iiui ao horrsond (to h te
taffereta coitltore resses. bou o
thexsft aeat the itev Maslr [L. ,
Si!on adch. Sh. ctaines awhoerd
trand kter tiae with tue. aWhar.
Th1ebrbiaond marcmmh wat n pledo
tnd bidat arched outal wherere
we repunited tn the bealyfubondeorate
L BiG STRIKE
improvemleIt of their conditions as
emidolyes of the comnpatnies and to
have submitted to a board of arbitra
tion, such differences which the coin
Iittees of the employes and the rep
resentatives of the companies fail to
The fourth lay of the strike found
all surface car lines In Manhattan,
the Bronx hadly crippled. Tonight
the police reported that it had alnost
entirely been suspended.
In the subway and on the elevated
railway lines,- however, trains were
run with greater frequency than
Ji iteys were in demand during the
day, particularly inl the cross-town
thoroughfares of the city. Inl some
instances adults were o' ;erved on rol
The first accident since the strike
began occurred late today when ii
persons, ainong theu six policem1en on
strike dllty, recived milnor injuries ini
a rear end collision het ween t wo T'hird
ave~nue elevated trains.
S'veral outbreaks of violence Wve'e
a Inrl"ted by the polier. The ruost to
rious was an attack by strikers
against a \ladison avenue surface car.
IlCc nt arr ts were lilade a fter s1ots
w.'ere fired by the police to hold back
strikers w' ho tried to resete the pis
One policeman was hurlt. by a hot
tle thrown by a riotel',
Theodore P. Shonts, presidenI of
the interbor'ough Rtapid Transit com
pany, said the New York Rlailways
company, tonight issued a statement
in which he denied published reports
that his companies were "out to fight
orgaiz'ed labor to a finish."
Fr ederle'k W. Whitridge, president
of the Third Avenue Itllroad con
tany, informed Mayor Alitchel in a
letter today that in future no mem
bers of the Amalgamated Association
of Street and E'lectric Ralilway em
ployes will be employed on any line
over which he has jurisdiction.
('ard f'rom L. F. .ieSanin,
I desire to extend to tilh'e petople of
Iaurtens Cotnty m13y sincere thanks;
for the v'ote they gave mte, for Treas
urer, at tile polls oil August 29th and
While they did not sic lit. to let me,
try my paht of notifying the ax'ayers
as to Their I:ltxs OI ae(o( uni o3' it bw
ing a new idea I at3 conslra ined to be
lieve that it is the tlng for the pe'3op3le
anud 3 hat b1 y the I il t wo yeatr1 have
chi';std and they have had ttime 1 t'otu '
collsitlh r thie plroploStI ll wy 1l.' will cs,.
:s I do and r'iv'e 11' a (han' e to !lult
the lan into plractice.
Aga1in I han ing you for y y111 ' 3.'
and for the contiesies; exitendedt tno
tl wounty., I a'li
Drnive:: Out 5 tr;', Cof(ids l'p Systein
T d stlan 30 nert l tI rengthenlu onic,
' ROyF- T' 3A sT't .Ea hM TO31'3 3 1., drive-s iuat
MatIlartf(In l'nrihes the b'lodt.ad ioldsutp tile sys.
lenl. A trute tonitc. F'or aduutlts and1 chldrenC. Soc.
dr3 (33131d in witd a d i d ibbo .
be frir b
Iot batio y 30011.1 ing the gIrioeul ands
orain to dle t ion, di the c'l '1iolored15
andhe Mrs Son eatedh1113t aid si)how--~
hra ofdrome and ld Ish snanatm
bioe for( treil:y le, wert t h111ley' IlookI
h 'nIymoon is i 3lthe '.ariousplace
They ere r1ci'iets of numbti53011 el o
Mrsan I~ . Simtisoonsnattaci yt'n
ladytea'd nuni'hr hoer frb-mb; by 1gltos.
Gcrenil,n and Irere tha hAr mari
ho:, Eilln Simpson, adiy frmpsn,
e:'.c smponi aggiun maen Ag
Diesrimgo('hri~l baeert od and'o is
angd n Siproreov rnill.r ' I
fre tWare Shoals.
Ofticers Elected ; Mee4t Ini (took h1i4I
\rea.( liwood, Sej~tenihci' S.---The
twenlty-secondl ainnuial sessioni of I 114
Slte ('oni el or thle Junlor' Order ad
jorn (il herie tonight to mieet ne(xt1 year
in Poc-~k 11111. Itesollt lotis vPI'V C01in
141 liic~ taly to the town of ire liwoed,
its ofllilials a1nd( others, for their 31r I
nlers anrd c:ouirtesy we-re int rodluced by
.I. 11. I laniel, E. A. M~artini and .1. W. If.
I )yclies, and illianlnloulsly adopt ed. Of
ficer's were (elected as follows:
State counsellor', A. 11. Ulasqne, F'lor
( 1n4 e; State vice coun~sellor, lE. I,.ob
toof ( reenv"ille ; State secretay,
.1. S. Williams, ILncaste'r; State tre t.;"
iiie r, J. II, iI a hid Kersia w; State
eon tilI coniductor, Jamnes A. B~ar1rett,
('lover; Stfate council Wa rden, .1. \V.
I 'ea rnta ii. Greeiwood ; State cot' nell
Insiide sentinel, 1). 1L. ('ai t 4, .1 (ltd1.-iou
State colnc~Il Oiitsi( sCntinel, V I"'.
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"pleasing oper as." i 01
sides ' . _ st i "Us can d
u CIds do i
; ~ ~ w o ja. d . others stop o
you the true meani;g of e
Yet th~y 'e MiIL'D!
This new coCmbinatio (
can b had e sy i C1. .
r T~ ~ ~ y" C. :s o y +.1rfie '.i vr
20 for 10c~
is to pay more.
- Don't forget that a coffee cheaper K
than Luzianne in the end actually
costs more, for you are guaran
-teed that there are twice the usual
- number of cups in a pound of
Luzianne. It is guaranteed to
please you, too. Buy a can todlay,
/use it .i// accordling to directions,
/then if you are not satisfied, if
- - /you are not dead ceurtalti it has
gone twicg as rar, your grocer -
wgerttirn your money without
tuestion. Write for our premium -
in Li IK~ 0
: 'e t e : ian i-acrety
her c garette..-, be..
m~ore -they begin
;datWisy !--they give
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