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Indiana: J'i.r tonlzht am! -' ' ;' i'.iv, fr-: tonight, r ; ir. r t r i tu re Saturday. Mb liliTrm : I "air or.i-ht and n' urda v. .:!rv:' -I ""1. VOL. XXXVI, NO. 2 90. JAY AMi MCI1T KILL I.IIAMIT) xvnit: ti:m;;i:aphic sj;i:vkjj. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1919. a NKWsiwrr.n roi: Tin: imu: WITH ALL Tili: LOCAI MIWS. PRICE THREE CENTS nn n AFTERNOON EDITION BET IS Ü VV bQ 1 IlVi Jdj fe j5iU U 1 Ii HP O LZD lhiJ ; fr u ; m nil in l V;! . j 1 1 H V Fl H Iii ulS WiüWfa 1 ) " , ;. V! t 1 3 Tift AL STRIKE Secretary Wilson in Confer ence Attempts to Arbitrate Between Men and Owners. I'y I'toP-l I'i. : WASIIIM'.T N. Utfort to a ett th ( f 4 0''.o0o coal ( n-t. 1 7. In an threatened strike miners call! for Nov. 1, Sec'y (if Labor Wii.Miii, John) L. .fx. acting jrt:lit of the' Enited Mine Workers of America at:l Thomas T. Frowsier, president f the ('o.'l (Jinr.'iturV association, t weie to runfcr lore tod;.. Scc'y W ilson ilrir s to get the', repr -sent.at ives of oth sMc t- sign an a cr' merit which onlil In- rati-! '.ill by tin- iniiKi:- at a sj-'fial ron- -ntion t l ... -; 1 1 1 1 for that nurp-.sf. ; If an ;ii;rcrMiifiit is not siun-tl l. wi- . - 111 T f 1 I varn(j tnlf was iik.'Uiioou f i i v t-1 1 i iim tlx1 walkout. i si.lioir Daj. Tho niin-rs ; i hoi. lint: o.it for j th" .-ix-!ior,r '.ty and tlo- tir-lt . v I '.rcw .-t r. th niplov rs' i i i -s 1 1 1 a 1 1 rmitcmi that tin- i!iin rs art- working und r a ron-i tiat which remains a!il until t li j ul of th war has lri ofliciaUx pro! 'limc'l. Thr Kov-rr.Tnrnt. i-fiulint: tin- out , o:i'o of tui! tj conference h is done notion,- toward preparing to 1 i 1 1 1 ' the j-trike. although il is admitted t)ia' closinc down of the mines will i.-silt in halting th nation's r.iil io,ds and disniUin the ininlry':: i ud u.- 1 1 IfcV r'i I III. S- fir known there h.is le-n vo u v. i; io:i ui u ine iuuu- o- i i . ii 1 1 v i n 1 1 1 1 a i Miriam Any 1!;uin that may no wlien Sec'y le HKtde Will oin' Wilson makes hi"-- ' J I O I t to the eahinet at its nicetum u.'t Tuesday. If the situation sho'ib! be.f.me more a ute a special meeting "f the a billet lea no d. may be called. it wa: i BAPTISTS ADJOURN AFTER ELECTION OF OFFICERS F- i:t wayni:. ind Th.- 1 ii. liana I : y ist ' .. 17 -eon vent ion li re last ( t(i-, ( ' c e da tii ;ht. The followin o . eis -were e! 't - .!. Frazer. j 1 i' t . K e v. 1 1 1: Fl 'si'lcViT. le .M un li'; v iee 1 ri J i. .tni"v, r. Mitclo 11 f r. i surer, W. f A ivirtop. Franklin. The p'.icc for r.et ir's eonven- ;)n n-.i v. as placed in th" aar. of tb. executive cornmittia. to 1 . chosen liter A:AIT t T.NTKAI.lATION. p. 1 . . . . 1 I " i " : T'.K iV.'NST' WN. Ind . (r 17 laeo.t. Oov. Fa:-h rapped centralizi- tion of piov r in all it- y-h :es at a ! no . Ting of J eouTity farmers I here tod.;y. 1F promised a regime I h. e: ,-,! to ntr.''.-...;r:en 1 1 t in ted :o erncf Raids Continue Nightly As Agitators Are Gradually Rounded Up. I!v rr.'.f I rri-: GARY, liol . bt. IT . f Fnited Mates sobla The fore s maintain.' red u -ed I' ir.g ord r in. .ur w sa' today, ilier were Mab Gen. l ive hundred more sd w.rh.lr.iwn !y orders of I,; op.ard Wood- Siarnil R leaeil. Fai ls or.F. nu .1 tit.: ing last r.isht. ": f:i en were ta.ken into custody' ; n d . j ! est ;or. d. . Several wire later ; ' e. . eil. j-.jiil ;iazi r. attoi ney for the steel i ; I . rs, ann tuna ed if. a: striK- OUi ib! m irt-h to .':!. s. ,, dl.ee and Jemand the facts whuh Mapes a'l hi- alleged ,r,,.rii that "if evidence which e n Seize d lure was made pub- th. I ! r.e W OU ..1 IO; tpes t 'a l 1 GI..7I- th at he had i EmEMENT IS OP TODAY 1S of li ti.ar.t. REDUCE FORCE . !?i n?.nv 7n!irir:; iri bHlll LML nevor in a do sUvh a atemei.t. J Second Attempt at Kidnaping in Hammonton l.v T'nitr.l rrf: HAMMONTON, N. J.. Oct. 1 7. What is l.fli.-vf-d to havo hef'n a sec (nd a tt in it at kidnapinp horc- was rf-vt1 ilfd today. County I -t'Ctivf- rarchlnt: for Ilillif Pano y, missir.K jincp Oct. 1. rfportf-d hat a stranK' woman had att'-mi'td to -ad away two and a half year old Lillian Ituhba, daun t"r of C'onstalde John Rubba lat y(-st-rday. At-rordin? to th story told by .Mrs. Rubba. shf was lroninpr in tho kitfhfn of h.-r horn. about thro nuarUTS of a milf northeast of tho I)ans ys when shf lutird a woman'.-! vfiii-,. say "Cornf little pirl; tako my hara".' Shf looked tip. said, to Mf a stranp' woman loading tlie babv from th bnck yard toward tho str' t. Mr?. Rub!a called to the plrl and th" woman dropped her hand and hurried away. AFTER ICC Borrows Motor From Disqual ified Plane to Continue His Flight. BULLETIN. j I'.v Vnif-1 Press : , ROCK ISLAND. Oct. 17. ' ieut. Maynnrd landed at Rock Island field at 12:15:44 p. m. X;' YORK. Oct. 17 Undaunted hy misfortune which overtook him on his return flight from Han Fran- cisco to .Mineola. when his PcHavi- land four was brought down with a: broken crank shaft in a corn field " mibs west of Omaha yesterday, Lieut. H. W. Maynard. leader of the trans-continental air race, early to - dav prepared to resume Might. With a borrowed läberty motor t ik( n from the disqualified plane ofjroUnsel for the national committee t'apt. Roy Francis, the Myint,' "sky; ,f steel strikers. Rubin alleges the pilof planned to reach Omaha to-1 police are exceeding their authority dav. The plane of Maj. .!. W. Si- mon, wno was nsquaiiruai at ortn latte vesterdav was ordered rush- ed to Omaha for Maynard's use. His, closest pursuer eastward is Lieut. Alexander Pearson, jr. Alx Horrems Plane, ('apt. Lowell H. Smith, who was pushing Maynard for the lead when Iiis plane burned Wednesday at Ruffalo. planned to continue flying exhumed showed wounds which, he today in a machine offered by the. alleged, were inflicted after the of Curtiss company. Permission was' tidal autopsy. received from Washington last! night. Maj. Carl Spatz, who "JAPANESE DELEGATE FOR riePl at uocnester yesteroav ny nan i weather, planned to resume Might to. lav. ii SI OCT. 2! Welcome Home Committee1 Appeals to Business Con cerns to Observe Day. .il to the industrial plants, ss houses and schools of the 1M lie d 'sc on the attert.oon . t dm s lay. Oct. 2 3. in luuior of the' Welcome celebration for the s. vice men of St. Joseph county to i bo held at Springbrook park was : made Friday morning bv Col. ' Ceoi-tre W. 1-Yovr rmuth, chairman i the uenoral Home Welcome com i mittee. f The citv council last Monday night sed rt solutions designating the i i anernoon or t.ci. ... as a oa.k nun- . i. av, and calling upon tne ministries i a rd ISING mismess nouses oi nie u; "'i,llvis!on pf the Fnited 111 in honor of the occasion. I Work Out Plans. . The committee in charge of the f ea deration vvorking out the de-' t..ils of the celebrntion. The medals j to be awarded every service man in! the county are expected to arrive within the next few days. The committee selected Ovt. 23 1 as the date for th celebration ow ing to fhA f un that Sorgt. Alexan iler Arch., who f:rel the tirst Ameri can shot in the world war, will be forced to r turn to his regiment e.tily in November, and it is de sire 1 to hold the celebration in hon or f Sei tt. Arch and all other sen ice m n at tne same time, rmw ir.g the occasion one of a central home welcome to the service men of' St. Joseph county. v OFFER FLAW TO SPEED UP ES Chairman Warde L. Mack De clares Men and Women Want Suggestions. More than 500 business and pro fessional men of South Rend have been asked to attend a mass meet ing in the Chamber of Commerce Friday ni?;ht to discuss problems in connection with the $300,000 Welfare drive. "We are not going to ask for money at this meeting." Warde I,. Mack, chairman of the welfare or ganization, said Thursday nifjht. "What we want is advice and crit icism, if there be any. "We realize that there may be many faults to be found with the manner of conducting the drive. If there are any. they should be pre sented at this meeting and we will guarantee to remedy them. "It has been found that the mall contributions from the fac tories pnd business establishments have been due to the lack of spirit of the employer. Snro of Success. "If we can get our proposition before all of the business men, I am sure we can make this drive a big success. We State! in the in vitations which were sent out this afternoon that we would ask for no pledges or promises or money at the meeting, and we hope that no one will stay away. PITTSBURG STRIKERS ASK INJUNCTION TO ALLOW FREE SPEECH y t'nited Tress; IMTTSHUKC;. Ta , Oct. 17. A pe tition for an injunction to restrain r:tv authorities from interfering meetings of strikers probably iwnn will be presented in court today by attornrvs representing W. R. Rubin. in tirrventir.ir "free assemblage" and "freo speech." In a letter which should reaeh Sen. Kenyon. Sheriff William S. Haddock disputed the assertions of labor leaders that Mrs. Kannle Sell ins, miners' organizer, was shot In the hack noar Rrackenride a few wvks ago. Haddock claims an ex amination of the body, which was ' INTERNATIONAL PLAN l'.y Fnited Prem: TOKIO, Oct. 11 (Delayed) When the Japanese delegation to the international labor conference' depart -Hi today for Washington. Delegate Matsumofo was forced to approach the Fushimi Mam in a! private launch from a distant pier; in order to avoid an angry mob of ! laborers. i The demonstration was t' cul mination of many protests over what was termed the irrgii!arj method used in selecting the dele gates. The anger cent red on ?.Iatsu- ; moto because ho is r.ot himself a ' li borer. ' M jtsumoto, in an interview, sal-! i he would strive earnestly at the conference in Washington for th- international richt-hour ilay. FORCED TO RESTRICT NEW YORK SUGAR SUPPLY P. I'r'.ted Pres: j Ni:w YORK. Oct. 17. War time sugar restrictions until Jan. 1 are 'practically inevitable in New York; auu uin'uiiuu l uir noi ui'-.u-. . n section of the country, according to a statrmont !ss,.,,(1 hy Henrv K. C-s- telio. chairman of the raw sugar; States sugar mn'itiiinti vrr Costel'o said there are on hand ,v '.fvoOO tons of sugar in :ow only the northeastern states as against a norm;li supply of 750. C00 tons. p.y F1TZCF.RAU H.Wr.Fn. Fnt'ed ITi-m: CIIICACiO, Oct. 17. Thomas : Fitzgerald, confessed slayer of six- I year-old Janft Wilkinson, was hanged today at the Cook county GOffl TIE jail and pronounced dead at 9::C!ritory are to give additional inter,-j uvn known attorney throughout i a. m. j sive service to the handling of lo- Indiana, died suddnnly here this' Fitzgerald, janitor of an apart-1 cal wheat that is wheat in th 'morning of heart trouble. He was j ment building, seized the little girl ; ground," the director general said' körn in Her.ry eountv and was su-1 as she walked along the street July; 22. He choked her into ir.sensibil- j e- tn k-A.n her from sereir.-i i n tr and ' then buried her alive under a coal pile. Foreigner Beaten e' .. : ... : 5 . v -v -. - c "h x . . ' v. -" ' ..... ....... ......... ..... .,. ... NW.fc..,'. -...N . .'MXvVAW. v.- II. F. Rodenburg, a Hollander, ignorant of the fact that the entire surface lines of the cities of Herkerly and Oakland. Calif., are tied up by an employes strike, boarded a trolly operated by strike-breakers. When he alighted in Oakland he was severely beaten by the strikers. He is here shown attempting to get to his feet after his assailants had fled. The surface cars in both cities are being operated under a Unit ed States court injunction during the strike. Consumers "Backbone" to Blame for H. C. of L. Uy Fnited l'r: NEW YORK. Oct. 17. Concert ed and continued exhibit of "back bone" by consumers instead of pass ing responsibility to dealers is the only way to brin;: down living costs. That is the opinion of Mrs. Julian Heath, president of the National Housewives' league. In an inter view today Mrs. Heath asserted that while Atty. Ien. Palmer's state ment that prices have declined -' percent since tbe government's war on soaring costs began is probably true so far as some ioods are con cerned, yet the housewives have not noticed any appreciable reduction consumption and instituting an ei in prices from day to day. fective boycott on necessities." The Lighter Side ; the Day's News LOS A(;i:LlS. Calif.. Lino up. gentlemen. A widow who says "Von l't I can hrvu" has written to tlie inarriago liitMise lnircau to Und her a husband. SPRINTiTTKLD. 111. John Ahes Mi years old. the baby of a f.ii.'.üv of five children, all liv- iu:-. whose agis aerage vears. is visiting his oldest 10 ter, who is 108 years the tirst time. old. 4Wheat on the Ground'' to Get Special Service From Railroad Companies. B-v Fnited Tress: 1 Ol .At.w, t ci 17. Wheat had the right or way today on middle; western railroads. Walker I. Hines. director general (f railroads. issued orders that I wheat be given immediate jircfer- ence of movement, following a n - ference with middle west railroad men here lliioh Fquipmcnt. j Additional e.mipmo.U will b-. t rUshed into the wheat section I lines i announced. "The railroads in the wheat t"! in the wheat ter- Hines also took up th" question of movement of ore to steel mills while here. He wetvt to Dultlth tO - day to per? ersor.a'ly investigate the ere nt situation. movemci WHEAT GIVEN RICIirOF I! by Car Strikers tr'j5i"..v .. ' 7;. .:. '. : . . s x iivV 4 . "I presume Mr. Palmer has cor rect fiK'ires." said Mrs. Heath, "but they are not borne out by facts. Fundamental necessities have not gone down, neither foods nor cloth ing. "Sugar, flour, staples are just some instances eges and other as hich and in higher as they were before organized efforts were made to stop the rise. There has been no lowering effect felt by the housewife and the time has come when she is ready to assert the nec essary backbone by cutting down 1-IE BIO TO MEET Conference to Consider Bol shevism and High Cost of Living. P.v T'nlted Press : WASHINGTON, Oct. 17. Sup- ! i t V . . V . . SI . I ' "1 pressicn of bolshevism and reduc-; attend a Vaisi iess runf' rcr.iv, it was : hr-nev r the r ir.i r.T"'' demand tion of the high cost of living may; stated today at his oi!;ce. 'ersor.s ,., Th state, h... said, shall con- t 1 . . x - f . ... m . oe orougni neiore a cnnin-Hicc im American nations to meet in Wash - ington within the next few months,, it was learned authoritatively to-j meetings of the round table indus day. i trial conference. Gary left Washing Director General John Farrett of, ton yesterday, the Fan-American union, said today! it is probable the questions will come up at a meeting of the board of governors of the union Nov. 1, and at a conference of the ministers of linance of Fan-American minis ters in January. Igist Mooting in 1DI0. The board of pjovornors has pow er to call a meeting of the repub lics. The last big meeting was held in 1910 at Ru.er.-os Aires. Rnrrctt expressed great, interest in Fnited 1'ress dispatches from Ruenos Aires and Rio d Janeiro,! tho frst tfUnf, of a conference on 'the cost of living held by Argentine; i Foreign Minister Pueyrredon with; i diplomats from the Fnited States, I Frazil. Chile. Mexico. Uruguay. Co - 0lbia. ivru and Cuba and the sec - j(,nil describes an anti-bolshevik con - ; f( rrnco ;,ianned by Rrazi!. Argentine and Chile. roioii'it .UDf.n dif.s. MFNCIE. Ind.. Oct. 1 7. Genre H. Koor.s, 71 years old. former judge of the Delaware county circuit court perintc ndent of schools at Middle - j tewn before taking up the practice 'of law here. Tie hold the decree of j LR. R from Indiana university. Sur - j vivin him are three chilJra. i i mnim Winter Alone Can Save Re voluntionisls from Forces Bat tling in Effort to Defeat Reds. BY WiriUi MILLF.K. By Fnited Ies: LONDON, Oct 17. The collapse and downfall of bolshevism unless saved by the intervention of winter was considered imminent here to day with receipt of reports that onj every Russian battle front the forsj of the bolsheviki are meeting with j victory. j Along vast fronts approximating more than 1,20' miles, armies es-j timated .at a half million men are , battling in a desperate effort to! overthrow the bolshevik forces i From the White sea to the Caspian ! there are almost uninterrupted lines' where half a dozen nationalities are. closing in uron the stronghol.is of the soviet regime. J In I.ist Ditch. Rolshevik i.rmios estimated at be- tween 00, 0)0 and 600.000 in strength are lighting in the last! dttch. Apparently they are crum bling swiftly. j The fightirg is proceeding on ai scale of distances unprecedented in history. At two points the anti soviet forces are deeply penetrating the bolshevik country, while a stu pendous circle, of armies is enclosing! all of western Russia and gradually: drawing in toward Moscow. i Hugo Wedge Pushed. With remarkable speed, (Ion. Feniketi is pushing a huge wedge in the plains of southwestern Russia, toward Moscow, while .r0o miles to the north Gen. Yudenitch has reach ed Oatehina, the gate to Petrograd. Along hundreds of miles of other fronts, various armies are advancing on the other side of the circle. Svon hundred to a thousand miles away Admiral Kolchak's Siberian armies have recovered from recent bolshevik blows and have renewed their advance. SOLDIERS RAID HALL WHERE REDS HOLD MEET Ht T'nitoil Press: GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.. Oct. 17. Twenty-rive former soldiers, sail ors and marines, in uniform. late last night, raided a hall where an al leged bo1sheik meeting was in progress, and seized Theodore Koro- linko. who wts addressing the meet ing. The speaker was rushed in an au tomobil Jo a nearby village where the mob after beating him ordered i him to leave Kent county and never return. C.Ain IN ni:v VOIlIv. P.v T'l.lt.d Pr..s: NEW YORK. Oct. 17. Judge E, I IT flirv w.Q in Wu- Vnrl' Trwlie t r in; ... .. .. . - at the oinces reru?Mi to comment on ( reports that inry might not r-ti;rn to Washington to attend further j Skull Fails to Ruffle Dignity of Prisonei Bv FrdtM Frpi: LERANI), Mich.. Oct. 17. A grin- ning skull, declared by the prosecu tion to be that of Fister Mary Janina today had fa:!ed to bring a tremor j to the hand of Mrs. Stanislawa Fypcryr.ska, charged with slaying i the nun. 11 vears ago in th'v shadow 1 of the old church at Isador. j Without outward agitation, the i woman watched court otlkiils sort over a box O- bones and rearrange them. They told her this frame work; was the skeleton of the nun. With - out the flicker of an eyelash. Mrs. ! Lypcrynska leaned slightly forward to get a better view, and, apparent- ly sAti-sficd, a rain rested back in. h'rj chair, th-reafter ilirecting her paz j elsewhere. j Members of the Felician Order, j j with whom the nun had asso- elated, were isibly affected. Several were nermitt-d to leave the room j during rearrar.gem '' on. ent of the skele - todefIi PAdoAbE w REdÜLU Delegates to the Central Committee Are Nearer Agreement as Conference Assembles Todav. BY RALPH F. COUCH. (United Press Staff Correspondent). WASHINGTON. Oct. 1 7. Recognition of the ripht of col lective bargaining seemed likely to he indorsed as the basic prin ciple of the nation's future code of industrial relations today as delegates assembled for the morning session of the national j industrial conference. John D. Rockefeller, jr., and OF PEACE TREATY TO BE REJECTED Defeat on Shantung Question Takes Backbone From Pact Opposition. Hv I nifi'd Pres: WAHINOTON. Oct. 17. Defeat of I the Shantung amendment means re jection of all textual amendments to th'" peace treaty, according to ad- ministration senators today, Republican votes against tlm amendment, they pointed out. were j almost entirely on the j t is inexpedient at thi. 1 attempt to change th. MM ll'l 111 '111 , . .1 late tin . to i text of a ! pac which has been agr 1 to by three of tho great allied pow rs. The purpose of the Shantung amendment was approved by practically all re publicans voting against it and this, administration senators explained, shows clearly that the rejection of the amendment was largely a vote against sending the treaty back to be further negotiated. A similar po sition will be taken on the. Johnson amendment, they declared. Vote Invoked For Fourteen republicans voted against the Ixidge amendment whil" three democrats supported it. The; vote of ' Ti to .1 ,"i was close to pre- j dictions of democratic leader. Reading of the tcaty continued today The Johnson amendment to' give the Fnited States sly votes i i the leagu' assembly comes next. vmrnaTlofficTals AGAINST VIOLENCE! I!r t'tdff.l rri-v FLKVFLANP O. Oc. 17. In an- tieipat'on of possible d .s: rd' r due to strikts or radical propaganda. Oov. Fox today dispatched orders to : mayors and sheriffs in Ohio for precautions against vio'ence. C: promiseij tin- iiv-t'int support of th. . . . r .-, . .-a . r . . i oni arii'-iii iiiu uji ?;iii ,i i it- e-n ia 'n: d po':cy ;n und ert a k e rikcs a 1 not t o j transpor emp'ovf s in or out of plants n'Veited by s'rik'S. "I'iektinir -ha'l go no further than mora! persuasion." Fax siid. EXPRESSMEN INSIST On GRIEVANCES BEING HEARD P.v Prated !'--: new yo ::!:. fet it r I the railroad administration.. i ing expressmen today ull h their t option that they will not re turn to work until their grievance--have been, heard. Normal harbor activity was prae- tieally a reality again tod sands more longshoremen returne'd to work y sterd -y theni in .a bar-tisni of 1 i . tho. h a vir. SO t a e i'ks a: hot a: j art Three ! FrVeral hit t ',. o r k e r s w ere - tlying ndssii ju.pom r.woKAiu.v P.v T'nlfd Pr WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 Tiie s-nate m.ili'arv affairs committee to- day voted to report f.tvornb'.y a bill ; to confer the rank of lieater.ar:t i general permanent. y on Oer.. p or. ! r March. Maj R- 1- Rullanl 1 ; Maj. Gen. Hunter EigL-ett. of to si:ni thoops. WASHINGTON. Ort. 2 7 Send! r.g brigade ,f Ar.iTicnn troo- to : Lithuania has been determine. I j on. Sen. McCormick. Illinois, 'clar'd in tlie senate tody. He up- de- s .i 1 ; he had his information "on reha! 1 authority" but guvo no tlKtu.iiw. si i snnrnnMoiTP HLLHV L'JU V L' J u mi other employers in the group of i,i . . . . . ... ncrv..ii,,s i e j i -s--;u ; :-. n in' p'i! i are on record a taoring recogni tion now '. fiiii- !h- I. o!if"ri r:t Fight I ndoivemont. Fnipioy, rs sitting in the gtmip ! de legat s r pr-.e:iti:;i: .ipit.t! ! ( iiphtiug ;g.iiMst ; principle. Tin- u 1 plovers, b inkt r; I Hi I ors i T; I i; T ot:p !!( l'!i Ol til- i : . m and f i rnu i s 1 ! i: ott. thi- group can iblV.ti th. p r: - cipb' m tin- cmfi ii ni'i . Rut two groups, labor tl.' public, h;:e indicated thi V Will t.?-j for the measure This l n .'. e .i t .- : conference 1 .ub-rs that a i i a i ; : y of the individuals in the c - r : . rt :i e faor the princijili although the capital group may 1 f'.it it in thu end. Man Meeting. As di ieuates assemble. 1 thi ing. howeer, thy s-m-d agr- ement th in at an tim linn o ii a 1 1 r si no. tlie conference opened. Many group meetings were h Id last night to ü . uss collective barg. lining. Rockefelbr made bis position .i 'oll- ctive l-.argalring b 'rTollown. his speech late yr-ti T'l.iy a f t moo-,, calling for a "'m u indi;-'r; al - ., niocraey. J "I favor the n a : i on and u 1 1 1 it I., great'.) j vide f.,r it unless j am-nde d." he .-ml. Right to Organize. Th resolution is a decoration of the riirht of workers 'o organize ia trade ami !a!or unions and In P- "represented by represi-nt.it e of their choosing.' It is this a.f laue to which nn ml" rs of the employe!-' v-f oup ! ... i o ', i i e i -1 . " would mean recognition f t.v American I "e j r , ;i t ion of Lilmr," si: I Hom: r L. Ferguson, president of th t'nite.l States rli.iiii' iT of commr " (onfiioion Result. "It ould tepjire individual rni ploers to d a with pi ofesv-on 1 labor leaders t;of emp'o'-f- v th'-m. !.'! d IS Who ii ei-.T l;-,,v.- ()f n j roe. il'an- in pliTt." aserti 1 I !'i ri' k P. I'j.-h of the employer group. f : r resolution en differs freni coli t e paminirg that offered v the J or ,rroup ;u that it j.roTerts th sh p. I-"mp!o'ers prim iple of ot-i.-u oint o-jt that th . w r si-ilut iin i r pill 1 " I r fra i u n ! " that the rUht fit wor'..-rs to Iroifi joining liber or traue Ilo be ib r. i' d TREATY DEBATE Shows Increased Interest Affairs of State After "Fair" Ninht. in P.v t-;.p . p-rv. WAS! UN-IT' erea-irg in re i-. : : i r : : f s o r. . it w . '. b i pav.se : -.. a 1 7 An . f i ' r -' i I e r r. n It- t h i '. r l ; -t -inf on t E.r : m a r - dent had r.ighr. si: P. I.'. ci a r till - Jeep a --1 Ye 111, - p '. V- I- V M p re , ; V. ) h t- and i . o w" S'.LT.'it'ire, t.irr.i y c i WATCHES