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rLlz OC THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER" 7, 1922 LAST EDITION-4 P. M? i
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1 l" conereas.
King Neptune's Court of Beauty
WHO wotilfln't be Old Kiner Neptune, with all these beauties assigned to bis court? They are seven
Atlantic City girls chosen as his aides fit the Atlantic City pageanl September 6-8.
Left i right they ;ir-: Dorothy Parsells, .Marie Feyl, Qlady Middleton, KatHerine Ryan, Beryl
Williams. Mane Saunders and Katherino Mansfield.
CML R. GRAY
TELLS SH0PH
STRIKE IS LO ST
You Had Better Go Back
To Job, He Says in
Substance
OMAHA, Neb.. Sept. ?. Declaring
th.- s-trlk- -Irn-voiahlv lost'." a stat- -nirnt
issued by Carl R Gray, presi
dent of the lnlonr Pacific lystom,
here today, urged all striking mem
ber! Of th. shopi raflH unions to re-
turn to work, under the promise that
full pensions rights Will be n-stor..rl
to all returning to work before Sep-I
tomber 16,
The statement. n.id' public ry .
M. j.'ff. rs. general manager, over Mr
Qray's .signatur.-. declared the cause
of thr UM-n. so far as th- i tnon lJa
dflc railway Is conceited, Is lost, thatj
there la no disgrace In defeat; that;
82 per cent Of a normal Torn- Is now'
ii work, and that it is a reflection
on th.- strikers' Intelligence wn-n ho I
is not willing to looit facts In tho
face."
Full s.-nlr.rltv would not h' rstor-.
d under the terms of tho Statement ;
N I itl.sloKl SENIORS i I
"We annot restore .. seniority
rights," the statement says, "because
it would mean a betrayal of faith 0.0 I
a manifest Injustice to the men who
have cast their lot with us Hut tnW
are -conditions which wo can restore
which do not Injure existing employes
or take from them any rights. Prlnct
pal among these are the benefits of
! the pension system."
The action Is taken, the statement
I says. under no pressure or neoaa
I slty." , , .
I "We have carefully refrained from
this a. -lion.- the statement says, "tin
I Til we knew positively that we lul l
i a sufficient force to properly handle
all lor. .motive, freight and passenger
car repairs, so ;ls to divest the action
of anv selfish consideration."
WORK LONG HOURS
WhllC asserting that the present
force la within 18 per cent of normal
President Gray's statement point" OU1
thai these men are workiriK I on gel
hours than ordinarily. "longer than
; we d.slre. and longer than they would
, want to work und. r ordinary cir
cumstances." .
We will pet along 1f no more '.r
the former employes return to w,,rU
the statement says, adding that 'the
I nlon Pacific can still afford ebiploj
ment f(r a considerable number
!ivn Kho havw remained out of th--
SiT'.W."
Rastus Makes
Tracks at Sight
of Hanged Man
Negro Abandons Team
Which Rjins Cnto Autos
As He Sees Suicide hi
Los Angeles ( !i1 y
Park
Lo.-; ANGKLKS. Sept 7. An
unidentified oejjro was driv
ing bis team through Elyslan
park Wednesday night when he
saw a human form dandling from
a tree. Tin- discoverer Jumped
from his wagon and fled. His
uncontrolled loam ran away and
smashed IWO automobiles and
wreck. d the wagon against U
tree.
Police captured the team, sue-
cored the automobile parties, re
nio -d the body of the suicide
and started search for the driver.
At latest reports he has not been
found. . "
I be suicide was an elderly man.
Ho had removed an marks of
Identification from hid clothing
and left a note blaming ill health
for his act.
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FIVE DEAD AFTER
CROSSING ACCIDENT
,i;XKMHOniti. Wis, Sept 7.
Four persons were kllh-d Instantly, an
,,t h. i dt-d We.lm-sday night in a
Qreenbay hospital and three others
are seriously injured as a result of
the failure of eight persons in an au
tomobile to he.-d an ..morning train
at the Ore- nbay .V We-t.-m crossing
here.
The dead:
Mr. and Mrs Prank OurondlCK anl
daughter, Adeline. Luxembourg.
Bdna ourandlck. daughter, who
.Jie.l today.
Marion Lesonsck of Cedar t reelt.
Mich
Mr l.'Somek and his wit. were on
their honeymoon from Cedar Creek
and were visiting In Luxembourg. His
wife escaped with a few injuries.
WOOD ALCOHOL LIST
OF DEATHS GROWING
NEW YoKK. Sept 7 - With the
deathi ol two more men today from
wood alcohol, the total number of
HUCh in the i-.'d Hook suction of
Brooklyn had reached iu.
t
:m men to
ft! CONFESSION,
UNIONS CLAIM
Frameup Charged In Case
of Alleged Express Train
Wreckers
GARY, ltd., Sept. 7. Demands for
th- dismissal and punishment of po
ll, men alleged to have beaten pris
oners held In connection with tho
wreck of the Michigan Central rail
road's "million dollar express" near
here August 20, have been made to
city officials by labor union leaders
here.
Mayor R O. Johnson was lilh.s.-d
and Jeered by u heckling crowd Wed
nesday night when he appeared in
platform lo xplain the situation. Wo
men joined in the demonstration at a
mass meeting In whi. h speakers de
clared the men held for thi Michigan
Central wreck In which two of the
train crew were killed, were victim;- of
a frame-up."
Tho prisoners. It was charged, were
beaten to make them confess.
W. A. Wall, a former policeman,
now a railwoi employe, said:
"These men If they are guilty of
wrecking a train, should not ho
hanged. They should be burned at Mi
stake. But they are not guilty. Th y
have beeta framed on."
YOUTHFUL QUARRELS
BRING ON MURDERS
I YOltK. S. C. SopL 7 Leta Taylor.
I 16. and Newton Taylor 12, died early
(today of gunshot wounds received at
their home Wednesday when William
Karris, a neighbor. Is alleged to have
shot and killed their cousin, Claude
Johnson, and seriously wounding
th Ir sisters. Gertie and Holly, and
their brother, Fred Taylor The shoot-in',-
authorities stated, followed a se
ries of quarrels between the Taylor
and ParrlS children
I . on
GIRL HASTENING
TO SCHOOL KILLED
j ZloN. ill Sept 7. Miss Fketts
I Robinson, a high school student, was
killed by n Chicago, North Shore &
Milwaukee electric train. The girl was
running In an effort to avoid tardiness
at s. hool ami was carrying a bible and
J school books.
CONSTRUCTION
I TO BEGIN AT
ONCE IS WORD
.
Papers of $20,000,000 Steel
Corporation Filed In
Delaware
PLANS ANNOUNCED
Company Will Make Use
j of Utah's Coal and Iron
Resources
SAN KKANCISCO. Sept. 7. (By
The Associated 1'ress). Construction
at once of a $7.. ,00.000 pig iron plan'.
In L'tah wHl be the first step to follow
formation of the Pacific Steel corpor
ation, capitalized at $20 000.000. whose
Incorporation pipers are on file todav
jln Delaware. The new concern financ
ial b San Francisco. Los Angelc. Se
attle and Salt Lake, banking Institu
tlons, will be a combination and en
largemedf. of present steel manufactur
ing plants on the Pacific coast.
HI ,P iSITS IBT IVi;i).
Complete transfusion of steel from
jlron ore to the fabricated product Is
'one of th? objects of the new corpor
jallon which already has acquired large
Iron ore and coal deposits In Utah.
It was announced here by T. T. C
Gregory, the company's attorney
The newly formed concern will take
over the properties, of the Pacific
CoOSt Steel company Which has p'ants
i in Seattle. Portland and San Francis
. ... the Ixis Angeles plant of the
'Southern California Iron and Steel
company, and those of other west
eoosl si.el companies, together with
'the iron ore and coal deposits of the
Milner corporation In Utah.
Dl PEN l I EAST
"At Hie present tlm-- there ft no
pig iron manufactured wet of the
Ko-'ky mountains.' -aid Mr Gregory,
'and plants here are dependent upon
I the east for their supply of both pig
Iron nnd coke. The new corporation
will undertake the complete mauu
factiire of steel from raw material
products on the Pacific COOSv
! The $20,000,000 capitalization Is in
preferred stock. In addition there are
I'Oo.Ooo shares of common stock of no
par value.
m 'S t TAB HOLDINGS.
SALT LAKK. Sept. 7. The iron and
'.oal holdings of the Milner corpora
tion which are to be made the basis
of the Pacific Steel eorporatlon's pro
'gram for the development of the steel
, industry In l'tah are In Hon and Car-!
j bon counties The rlon ore bodies1
held by the corporation In Iron county
(cover an area of about 400o acres,
v. bile Its coal properties In Carbon
.oiiiitv. where It Is the second largest
owio i dl such land, total SooO acres.
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WANTED TO DIE BUT
CHANGES HER MIND
NEW YORK. Sept. 7. Donnie
Harrison, actress, who attempted sul-
de on Tuesday by taking poison, re
gained consciousness for a few mtn-
utes Ol Believue hospital today, just
1 long enough to say that she would try
1 tO kill herself again if this attempt
proved u nan ci nil Physicians said
she probably would recover.
Alias Harrison's mother, to whom
the young actress addressed a fare
well note, was said to be hurrying
here from her home In Detroit.
Lat.-V on being told liuit her
.chances for recovery were good, Hiss
I Harrison said she was g'ad. because
she wanted to "begin all over again '
OO
JAPS AND RUSSIANS
UNABLE TO AGREE
TOKIO. Sept. 7 (By the Asso
ciated Press.) Special dispatches
Mom Chang Chun Fu, Manchuria re
port that the Kus-so-Japancso confer
once there uvei tin- Siberian situation.
deadlocked, adjourned Wednesday to
enable the delegate to communicate
with their governments.
The accounts say the Russians dc
I sired to negotiate a general agreement
I between the Moscow soviet and Japan
While Japan proposed open discussions
! on the basts of the agreement reached
lit Dalren. The delegates wero unable
to find a basis to proceed
LUTHER BURBANK
HELD FOR SPEEDING
SACRAMENTO. Calif . Sept. 7.
i,ui her Burbank, famous piam expert,
was arretted Wednesday night on a
charge of speeding, near Sulsun, Cal..
en route In Sacramento where he was
s guest of honor at the stale fair to
Iday. lln was cited to appear in a
Sulstin court September 24.
ATTORNEY GENERAL INFORMS
BORAH GOVERNMENT WILL NOT
CURD RIGHT OF HEE SPEECH '
I I
I cij
IGompers Pledges Support of Federation in Plan
To Impeach Daugherty and Jud.e; Hopes
Held for Rail Settlement; Car Load
ing Shows Increase
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Sept T.John J Wall, member of the R(k
, tional policy committee of the federated shopcrafts, today ex
pressed the belief that the meeting of the policy committee in Chi
cago Monday would be for the purpose of discussing "means and
terms of a general settlement," but refused to disclose his basis
for such B belief
Mr Wall said that from indications he believed that a settle
ment was imminent. Local officials of the Baltimore & Ohio rail?
. road striking shopcrafts union also concurred in this belief. Wall,
in addition to being a member of the national policy committee
is general chairman of the sheet metal workers of the Baltimore &
Ohio railroad for the Cincinnati district.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 7. Attorney General Daugherty today
sent for Senator Borah, Republican, Idaho, chairman of the senate
labor committee, and after a conference regarding the Chicago in
lunction it was indicated that the government would not insist in
.next Monday's hearing on. the permanent injunction, on the provi
sions alleged to curb freedom of speech.
i'i
NEW YORK. Sept 7 Support of the American Federation of
Labor in its efforts to bring about the impeachment of Attorney Qj
General Daugherty and Federal Judge Wilkerson of Chisago for
1 their part in the issuance of the rail injunction, was pledged by
Samuel Gompers, federation president, in a telegram received from
Atlantic Citv today by the central trades and labor counciL
ONION CABINET
PLA1 ATTAtt
Federation of Labor Bitter
Toward Five Railway
Brotherhoods ATLANTIC CITY. Sept. 7. Amer
tcan Federation of Iibor chiefs, led
'bv President Ramuel Gompers. today
'prepared to draft a plan of att " k up
on Attorney Daugherty's Injunction
against th- railroad shop crafts strik
ers. Following a series of secret con
ferences ending late Wednesday night,
it was unofficially announced at la
bor headquarters in the Ambassador
hotel that It had be. n almost defi
nitely decided to attempt through tho
courts, to hac the Daugherty act va
cated No fi.-d plan for a legal cornpalk'n
ruis been evolved so far. It was said
'by the labor leader?.
CHIEFS on SCENE
A score of the labor chiefs were al
ready on the scene as today's program
Kot under way. Beside the 10 vice
presidents ior whom reservations had
i.e.n made at ih- Ambassador and
Richmond hotels, several non-members
of the American Federation ol
Iibor executive council arrived in
time to participate in elm -. ! .
night's deliberations These Included
lohn Mcl'arland, president ol the ln-
I. matloij il Ty i.ok-luiphl. il union, vv h.
It was said, came here to gain the sup
port of Mr Gompers and his aides In
a program which he expects to Intro
duce before the annual convention of
his organization beginning at Atlantic
City next Monday.
UK. I l I. IX BAD
They freely stated that several of
the Klg Five brotherhoods might be
called here "to explain their part of
the recent negotiations as strike me
diators." ,
That the American roderatton or
Iibor IS bitter toward the Rig Five
brotherhoods was manifest in every
quarter, some of the labor leaders,
after declining to be quoted for pub
lication, asserting that the belief was
widespread among the rank and III.
that the shop crafts had been "sold
lout by the railway chiefs."
Mr Gompers refused, however, to
respect such statements.
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I
'LARGER RETURNS
FOR WESTERN WHEAT
SPOKANE, Sepl. 7 Lower hand
ling charges and correspondingly
'higher net returns to the growers in
'the 198S-192S marketing season are
predicted by Walter J. Robinson, gen
era manager of the Idaho-Washing";
,ton Wheat Growers association.
Mr Robinson sa thai prices nr
running a few cent3 lower than in
'l'jjl. lie adds 'Tie association is in
a much better position to servo th
'growers during the coming year than
It has been before. Its export wheat
will be placed directly on European
markets this year During the coming
year. 1 beip-ve tlviv, wt .an materially
re. in, ,- the association exp nsea "
The final returns on the 11)21 pool
have not yel been annou n- cd, but the
bulk of the money has already been i
'pnl.l to the growers. Th- clerical
force Is busy on the final adjustments. I
WASHINGTON, Sept. 7. There are
no conferences now In progress be
tween oadeta of the railroad strikers u
!.ind railroad presidents, and none have fR
linen held since the formal gatherings
In N.-w York last month. It was aa
'serted today by J. P. Noonan. chief:
Jof the brotherhood of electrical work
ers, which Is one of the seven rail I
unions on strike.
The meeting of the strikers' policy Uj
committee, called for next week at
H'li.c.io, is to consider the general i!
str k, policy and also to consider what
shall be done In view of the Injunc
tion application of the attorney gen
leral, Mr. Noonan said.
I NIONS SEEK IXJI XCTIOX
! WASHINGTON, Spt. 7 A petition fij
for an injunction was filed today In
the supremo court of the District of
Columbia, against United States At
tprno Peyton Gordon and United
i Mates Marshal FdKul i Snyder: mar
Ishal far the District of Columbia, by
the International brotherhood of elec
trial workers. Jann-s p. Noonan. prei:- ,i'
-dent and ( hubs P. Ford, secretary,
'which would restrain Cordon and Sny
Ider from enforcing within the District
lof Columbia the provisions of the
blanket Injunction Issued to Attorney
General Daugherty In Chicago last (V
eek.
j The plaintiffs slat.- that neither be- Cij
fore nor since the fuit day of July
'this year have they committed any un
lawflll acts Incident to the strike of til
I railroad shopmen.
SOMJ HOPE HELD.
CHICAGO, Sept 7. With the rail
way shopcrafts' policy committee of ,.J
!t0 summoned to u t in Chicago next
Monday hope of an early or partial
settlement of the rail strike was ro-
! newed today for the first time since
. rallratid executives and union chleis
broke oft peace negotiations in New
I York three weeks ago.
The call for the policy committer
j meeting issued at Chicago strike i-l
' headquarters by John Scott, secretary
of tiie railroad employes' department
I of the American Federation of La
I bor. went out to the general chatr
. men of the shopcrafts organizations
!ov, r the name of B. M. Jewell, heal
i of the department, whose whereabout
I had remained unknown since the gov
ernment's strike Injunction was II
granted to Attorney General Daugh
erty by Federal Judge James H. Wil
kerson last Friday. However, It be
came known that Mr. Jewell, as w.-:i
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We Have With Us Again
MARTHA WASHINGTON
CANDY
I fl
There will be a pound of thijs
delicious confection tagged to
someone's phone number on thf
Standnrd-Examiner want ad
page each day for an indefinite
period.
The want ads aro as good to , . .
road us Martha Washington
candy Is to taste.
Read the want ads every day.
Your phone number may bo
there tonight.

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