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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, ' SUNT) AY, JUNE' 6,' 1020'.
V .11 IRISH RAILWAYMEN ' READY TO RESUME VJllinS" to Work, but Must Handle Munitions if Aslccd, Company Snys. SHOTS AT THE MILITARY first Clash With Force, Whit'h Captures Three Men After Returning Fire. 1UBMN Juno 5. Thu strll(ra' com mute"! tiwlny cnnntdfreil t1 piwwiw from Jonios Henry Thomas, M. P. for Derby nml Kcnornl secretary oC tlio National Union of Itallwaymen, ndvlslnij the striker to rcsumo TvtirU pending a ilalilon by the tradee congrta ftt )rl.tol on llio refusal of the men to li.indla munitions. It was decided to Inform tho London and Northwestern Itallway Company that the men ar Milllns to outer Into negottitlons to re- f.ime work. The rompnny's nttltudi) la tliut the pi, n runt return unconditionally and lin . llo mu.ltlons If rquuted, It wr.s odlclully announcad to. day that D military patrol was fired upon last Mbht at the police, liut In Newton San lis County Kerry. Th military re turned the fire and captured three men, 'IV re ncre no military casualties. The casualties of tho attacking party are not known, the statement adds. This was the first time that the mill tnrv aim, as dlMlnsulshcd from tho po ll, i.. has been fired at In the Irish disturbances. ii as. Ireland, June 5. Oak Burr Jlnuij. at Macroom, County Cork, tlio pioffity am formerly tho homo of thu jinwen-''olthiirst family, was burnetj to il n "apt Howeti-Colthurst was con I . tod with th- prosecution .of V. Sheeny K rflnKton. editor of The Irish CKtien, t lio was shot and killed by order of the lli!,fh l ouimandcr In Dublin In 1916. Tie i'0'irt House at FMrmotint, Cpun tv i'oik, was wrecked and the police iuiaclis at Kllmurry, County Clare, were burned last night of a strike being orranlted to atop them from passing to and fro, "Within tho last few days," ho went on, "thero has been n refusal to work trains carrying troop in Ireland, This nuts a very serious decision, not on tho Uiivcrnmcnt, hut dn tho trades unions. So for as wo are concerned, we have no option, We could not possibly acrco to any action which would put It In tho power of a flection of tho community to say, 'Wo will not carry Government traffic' That would bo abdication of the Government. Turnlnr again to the threat to tie up the railways, tho Premier declared: "I cannot believe tho National Union of Railwayman of this country will cm bark on a vory serious policy of this kind a tleparturo which tho Trade Union Congress refused lo sanction In connection with Its decision on an Im portant matter of public policy which came before It," FIRE MENACES TREFAS3EY, Purest Ulnae Htvrep Niufnuiul lnm! Count Tunm, St, John's, N". K,, Junn D. Korost fires, which have' been blaxlnc for sev eral days on this Island, now are sweep Int? alons the south qoast over an area of twenty miles, destroying dwellings, The parish priest of Trepssscy, tho little fishing village which sprang Into prominence last year when the American naval ncaplan.es "hopped off" thero for their trans-Atlantic flight, to-dny called on Inhabitants to hew trees near church, school and convent to save them from destruction. MAGYARS ATTACK AUSTRIANS. Special Call' Despatch to Tun 81 i.n New Voju Hir.uu. CnfiirtgM, 1'JiO, I Tun Si'.n M Xdv Yosit Hl.IMH, llvnPEST, June 5. There was a Jem onstratlon by a crowd yesterday before tho building wherein aru tho Austrian and tho Ciecho-Slovaklan legations. Cries of "Down with tho Czechs!" and "Down with Austria !' were fol lower by n mild riot. The police quickly restored order. V. S. SUFFS TO HELP I FRENCH AT GENEVA Mrs. Catt and Mrs. Daniels Lead Party of Conferees. Special Cable fltipatih to Tils Sun and Nsw Vpiik Itaum. Cowinht, 1010, tl Tns BUN anii New Ypsic Hciuun. Paiiis, June 5. Tho American dele gation to tho international Suffrago Congress, which will open In Geneva to morrow, left Paris thin morning after revealing that tho chtof Intereat of tlio United States, contingent would bo to exert prntauro upon allied politicians, particularly upon tho French, to obtain tho vote for their French sisters, Tho French CJiamber of Deputies already has approved tho suffrago measure, but the Benntorn nro thus far recalcitrant. Tho American delegation In hendud by .'anlo I'lmpman Catt. Prof. Emily Pfclf fer of thu University of Nebraska and Mrs. Frederick Nathan, who took part In tlvo iiro-war international congresses, nio United Kta'.cs Government la of fldally lepri'sontcd by tho wlfo of Sec retary Daniels. Apart from purely suffrago problems, tho congress's agenda Include! dissua sion of whether wotrlcn will participate In tho labors of the League of Nations and also tho measure of support to be given to the leuguo's labor executive. Upon boarding tho train Mrs. Nathan expressed Ameilcan admiration for tho stole heroism of French women during tho war and offered tho consolation of American friendship. She said that American women were ready to take up uny employment which they c, ,J fultll with roan's endurance an 1 i itelllgeneo "and therein have xv.perioilty over French women, who. unllko Americans, ilnd humiliation uiateu'd of prldo In labor.' X, V. I.iiiui lo Frankfurt ltcpnrteil. Coi'KNllAOEN, Juno- 0. A despatch from Frankfort-on-the-Mnln quotes the Frankfurter .eitwig as stating that a New York banking firm has lent the city of Frankfort 20,000,000 marks for one year. YIELD TO THREATS, NEVER! SAYS PREMIER J Lloyd George Denounces Re fusal to Work Troop Trains. IiNPON, June 5. The text of Premier I.iov,l Ueorge's conversation with the It micro of the National Union of Rall- .union Thursday with regard to the tpfujal of Irish rallwaymen to handle ii initlons was made public this after noon. It shows that the Premier char a terlzed the move as "ono calculated to influence political decisions, not by the ordinary machinery of the state, but by bringing pressure to bear through the threat of dlsorganlilng the Industries of tins country to effect changes which up lo the present the electorate of thla coun try has not sanctioned." The Premier added : "I should regard It as a complete abdication of the Gov ernment If I wcro In the least to countc lnce this demand." Mr. Moyd George declared there had titn forty-eight murders of police and 'u attempted murders In Ireland within a short time. The Premier con tinued "They were shot down In the street while .arrylng out the elementary duty of any force of this kind the preserva tion of order. Wo send a box of re olwrs across .to these men to defend their lives and the trade union comes In end sa.s. 'If you do this we will stop tne whnio traffic of Ireland If necessary.' V'e cannot possibly accept any decree Issued by any body, however powerful tl at body may be, which denies to the j Government the facilities it regards ehsenttal for carrying out the functions for which it has been chosen." With reference to the trade unions' threat to tie up traffic ilr. Lloyd fleorge said 1 "Murderers in Ireland with revolvers lr their poi-:ets are carried back and forthby the railways. I never heard EXHIBITIONS 6j SALES AT THE ANDERSON GALLERIES PARK AVENUE & 59T." STREET, NEW YORK EXHIBITIONS OPEN WEEK-DAYS 9-6. SUNDAY 1-5 P. M. SELECTIONS FROM THE LIBRARY OF MR. EUSTACE CONWAY OF NEW YORK INCLUDING BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS FORMERLY BELONGING TO THE LATE MONCURE D. CONWAY J Two notable items in this collection are the Original Manu script of the first of Kipling's "Jungle Storie3," entirely in the author's handwriting; and the Original Manuscript used for the English Edition of "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer." Also Matthew Arnold, Meredith, Emerson, and the most in teresting copy in existence of "Leaves of Grass," with a copy in Whitman's handwriting of Emerson's famous letter. J To be sold Monday Afternoon, June 7, at 2:30. INTERESTING AND VALUABLE BOOKS IN AN CIENT AND MODERN ENGLISH LITERATURE, STANDARD WORKS, SETS AND FIRST EDITIONS PART ONE OF THE STOCK OF THE LATE JAMES OSBORNE WRIGHT J To be sold Tuesday, Wednesday Afternoons, June 8, 9, at 2:30. THE LIBRARY OF A BOSTON GENTLEMAN FOR MANY YEARS RESIDENT IN EUROPE To be sold Thursday Afternoon and Friday Afternoon and Evening, June io, 11, at 2:30 and 8:15. SALES CONDUCTED BY MR. FREDERICK A. CHAPMAN. Stem Brothers West 42nd Street (Between 5th and 6lh Avenues) West 43rd Street An Important Offering of BLACK DRESS SILKS At Extraordinary Price Concessions Dependable qualities in the most desirable weaves. Black Crepe de Chine Black TYicolette Silk 40 inches wide; standard quality, 36 inches wide; blouse weight, $1.75 $2.55 Black Dress Taffeta I Black Satin Charmeuse 36 inches wide; good quality, 40 inches wide, $1.95 $2.95 Black Dress Satin Black Crepe Meteor 36 ins.; good weight and quality, 40 inches wide, $2.50 $3.15 Black Dress Taffeta Imported, 35 tns., $3.25 RUGS and DRAPERIES Cleansed, Repaired and Stored. Stern Brothers West 42nd Street, Between 5th and 6th Avenues West 43rd Street , RUGS Stored, Repaired and Remodelled. Moderate Prices A Special Offering of Misses' and Small Women's WOOL JERSEY SUITS At the exceptionally low prfce of $20:22 ATTRACTIVE Suits in smart -belted styles with Tuxedo fronts, plain notch and dduble pocket effects; pinch backs, pock ets, pleats and tucks. Spring and Summer shades; also Heather Mixtures. Sizes 14, 16 and 18 years. Third Floor. Noteworthy Values in SILK port Suit For WOMEN At the remarkable price $3112 Exclusive designs developed in Natural Pongee; also Trico lette in the most desired colors. An event well Worthy of particular attention. A Special Purchase and Sale of WOMEN'S WRAP CAPES Very Special at $22.50 For Monday Silvertip, Bolivia or Velour de Laines; lined throughout with Figured Pussy Willow. A variety of desirable colors. The Remainder of our High-Cost Evening and Afternoon Wraps Marked Below Wholesale Cost Glove Silk Undergarments Taken from our regular stock and now offered At exceptional price functions. Glove Silk Chemises Heavy quality; full sizes; trimmed with Valenciennes lace and ribbon shoulder straps; regular $5.50 value at Glove Silk Vests French band tops; hem stitched; also lace-trimmed tops with ribbon shoulder straps; Pink only Glove Silk Bloomers Full sizes; with ex tra large reinforcement; Pink only Athletic Combination Suits Of fine Silk Mull; bodice top; ribbon shoulder straps; Pink $3.85 $375 $3.95 $4.85 Extraordinary Value-Going on Silver Plated Tableware Rogers Silver Plated Tableware Tea or Coffee Spoons. ... . . . (half dozen) $1.23 Table Spoons or Forks , " $2.45 Soup Spoons, round bowl " " $2.45 Iced Tea Spoons " " $2.35 Medium and Dessert Knives. " " $2.98 Quadruple Elated .Silverware. Pie Plates, Pyrex Glass .: &3.65 Cheese and Cracker Dishes. $4.65 Casseroles; Pyrex Glass $5.95 Tea Sets, 4 pieces, 16.50 After Dinner Coffee Sets, 3 pieces, . ., 14.75 Reproduction Sheffield Silver Plated Ware. Bread Trays S4.95 Gravy Boats and Trays $8.95 Meat Platters 15-in 11-95 17-in 14.25 Single Veg. Dishes, $5.95 Double Vegetable Dish, lock handles. . . 13.50 Ghop Dish or Serving Tray 11-in. s $6.50 13-in. $8.90 Special Clearance Sale Monday: Women's High Grade DRESSES Showing Reductions of $20.00 to $100-00 per garment in this assortment now priced at $39.50 to 95.00 THIS season's smartest models in Tricolette, Satin, Flowered or Plain Georgette, Foulard, Taffeta orTricotine. All colors. ' THIRD FLOOR. ( At Unusual Price Advantages: WOMEN'S PORCH and BEACH DRESSES $3.75 $6.95 $8.50 On the Second Floor To-morrow An extensive assortment of dainty Summer Dresses. Voiles, Dimities, Tissue Fabrics and Ginghams. All colors and sizes at these exceptionally moderate prices. Summer Dress Fabrics At Special Sale PricesMonday: Imported Woven Tissues and Printed Voiles In a large selection of Checks, Stripes, Plaids $1 1 C and Printed designs; Yard P.AJ Imported Ramie Dress Linen Fine quality pure linen in the most favored (j j 1 A shades, including Natural and White; . . . Yard Viau Plain Chiffon Voile and Organdie Qfr HO inches, in the new pastel colors and White u v"" Voiles and Dimities Plain or Printed; Im ported Dimities; American Voiles in the most 58c desirable colors; Yard The Annual fune Sale of TOWELS . At Prices in many instances equal to Present Wholesale Cost HUCK TOWELS (Hemmed) Guests' size, doz. 1.50, 1.75 17x35 inches . doz. $2.50 18x36 " . " $2.75 (Union Linen) 18x34 inches . " $4.75 (All Linen) 18x34 inches . " $7.00 ALL LINEN GLASS TOWELS "Glass Cloth" woven on side borders. aQ Special, doz. . P.UU HUCK TOWELS (Hemstitched) 18x36 inches . doz. $2.95 18x34 " . " $3.50 (Union Linen) 18x34 inches . " (All Linen) 18x34 inches . " $5.90 10.75 ALL LINEN TWILLED KITCHEN TOWELS " Kitchen" woven through center. (T.Q r.ry Special, doz. .JfrSMJU HUCK TOWELS All Linen; extra fine CI C HO quality; hemstitched; 19x36 inches, doz., tfio.uv