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1 '? " ' 1 tl iwwfc V " ' W 'M ,ii MT. VIRtfdN AND VICINITY Fair In south tonight ana rriy, Moderate temperatur. ThoM rwtxm mm to The Dtfly BmmTi W, Vernon'! Bert lfiw'upsE. to rn, -,.. -1 -- ' ii. tl ' uj j'fl -.. n SSTABLISHID l3t MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1922-No. 74 $2.00 P Tlim HI W " . r , ., Tr-r. --ix; . 1ZJ. - mowmt N- 'V-4- """Yv MM ROADS AGREEING TO PEACE PROPOSAL Settlement of Railroad Strike Seems Bat Question of Short Time Seniority Rights Not Men tioned In The New Pro posed Agreement (Br The Associated Mess) CHICAGO, Sept. 14 Leaders of the federated railroad shop crafts who today began negotiating separate set. Elements of the shop men's strike which began July 1, In accordance with the agreement adopted by the unions' general policy committee, an nounced that ' several railroads had telegraphed union headquarters indi cating willingness to go Into ths ne gotiations. These, the loaders eald, were in ad dition to about 50 .roads which pre viously had agreed to separata settle ments. Under tho terms of tho peaco plan, shop men are to return to work under wage scales prescribd-by the railroad labor board effective July 1 last. The question of seniority was not mentioned in the agreement, which provides that the shop men shall re turn to work In positions of the class they occupied before the strike. - The agreement made- no mention either of working conditions or the J contract system tor "farming out'; shop work. Disputes over' the "relative spend ing" of employes and new disputes which might arise as outgrowths of the strike shall, under the terms, be referred to adjustment boards com posed of six representatives of the carriers and an equal'number of em ployes if the disputes cannot bo set tled as an Individual matter. The agreement , requires tho signa tory VoadBto find 'places for all re turned strikers within 30 days after it becomes effective.' Roads are not! required lo tako p'ack strikers" who have committed acts i of violence. Much of the credit for the settle ment was given S, b. Warfleld, pres ident of the Beaboard Air Line. Con ferences between ,Wafleld, Mr. Jew ell and Daniel Wlllard, president of , the B. h O., In Baltimore early this month opened the way to tho agree ment. Among the largest systems said to be included in the. peaco agreement aro tho New York Central lines, tho Big Four, the B. & O., the Southern railway and the C. & O. PENNSYl not included (Br THE ASSOCIATED MESS) CHICAGO, Sept, 14 Official state ments to Tho Associated Press today liy railroad presidents or directors show that the following roads In Ohio were not parties to the strike settlement agreement: Norfolk & Western, Pennsylvania, Erie and Wa bash. Among the roads understood to have accepted the proposals aro the B. & 0 C. & O., Cincinnati Northern, Big Four, Dayton Union, Hocking Valley, Lake Erie & Western, New York Central, Nickel Plato. SMANY ROAD8 JOIN (BT THE ASSOCIATED MISS) WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 Advices to the labor department today from its representatives in Chicago Bald that railroads representing approxi mately 35 per cent of the country's mileage had signified their intention of ending the strike on the basis of the agreement; accepted yesterday and that roads representing an addi tional 30 per cent were ready to end the strike. The new development in the situa tion was received with satisfaction by all administration officials. m At tho treasury It was said that Secretary Mellon took the view that with an end to the strike, the outlook for business was "very good." Rail Strike Broken; Unions Accept Terms (By The Associated Mess) CHICAGO, 111- Sept. 14-Vjphe policy committee of tho strlHinB railway shop crnfts today authorized B. M, Jowoll, strlko loader, to sign a separ ata peaco agreomont with individual roads. This action, it was stated, would end tho strike of from 30 to GZ of the 202 class ono railways of tho country which entorcd into direct negotia tions with Mr. Jowoll rccontly at Bal timore and on any others which carod to accept tho peaco terms. I -UP Fred J. Harris Takes Wrong Car By Mistake And A Mix-Up Occurs ' Fred J. Harris, owner of the Ford garage in this city, innocently was tho causo of considerable consterna tion and worry to an automobllo own er, tho police, and Sheriff Lytic, late Wednesday afternoon. Thomas Rockwell of near Brandon came to tho city In tho aftornoon and parked his Ford near tho corner of Vino nnd Miilberry streets. When ho returned for tho car later, ho found his machine gone, and another Ford of more ancient model parked in its place. Mr. Rockwell Informed tho ' police and Sheriff Lytle, and a search was made for tho missing car. Mr. Rock well forgot his license number, so the officials hunted up tho numbers from the records in the ofllco of tho coun ty auditor. A search was kept up until about 9 o'clock, when it wus discovered that Mr. Harris was the causo of the flur ry and excitement. It appears that Mr. rHarrls got into the wrong ma chino In the afternoon and drove away, leaving the older one in its place. Harris was positive ho was driving the right machine. In the meantime, the police took chargo of the machino left by Harris, believing It had been Btolen. Shortly after 9 o'olocn, matters were straightened out, Mr. Harris was given his car by the police and on Thursday morn ing Mr. Rockwell came to Mt. Vernon and obtained -his car-nt-the Harris garage. Labor Board To Give Strike Settlement Plan Fair Consideration (Br The Associated press) CHICAGO, Sept. 14 Tho settle ment of tho shopmen's strlko on cer tain' roads sustained the transporta tion act, and should tho question up on which tho strlko was precipitated como back to tho railroad labor board, "tho fullest and fairest con sideration" will bo granted, Bon E. Hooper, chairman of the labor board', said in a statement today. IT Condition Is Most Satisfac tory, Brig. General Saw yer Announces (BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 Further Improvement in tho condition of Mrs. Harding was roported today by Brig adier General C. E. Sawyer, AVhite House physician. ,The president's wife spent an excellent night, the "best since her illness. Satisfactory recuperative progress, he added. Is being nude. MISSIONARIES SPEAK A large audience heard Mr. and Mrs. Emory Ross, returned mission aries, speak at tho Vino St. Church of Christ Wodnosday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ross have . just returned from several years' work at Bolenge, Africa, and during their addresses re lated many of tholr Interesting experiences. MUSING MX IN AUTOS OCCURS TRANSPORTATION ACT IS SUSTAINED M ARDINGHAS TO NG "BIG TIM" FORMS . 2lS7s7s7s7s7s7s7s7s7SB7s7SS?S7s7s7t9 Ar 4r .B7s7s7s7s7s7s7s7s7s7s7s7s7s7s7KB7S?Sh-KvBeM 4 S7o)eSBI )B7s7s7SM - " j d.s7'V-r BBBBBBBBBK aaeasssVew'?)1.- 9 r 2smsibibVIibibibVIibibWMIS, oasBasiaBK.asV ' X assBBBBBBBBBBBsaal 'i$$H9f jpSHBSHHslaaasBj 1 'JsaPHLm faaBSBSSnBwSffilllKHBSRSBSBSSSSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSSSBSaSB sBBlBVbBHBHiaBVaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 7siaBHBSsK3iBStlHSiaaaaaWasiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaH ''EBBuisanRBBBBSBSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBSSBSSBBBBBBBll PessaaaaBsiaffBSBsflHHH . iKBHaaaaaasiaasBlaaaaaaaassHBsasifalll i t , . "Big Tim" Murphy, of tho Chicago labor trials, Is said to be organizing a union of bootblacks. Pictures hero show him getting acquainted with some of his men. SPECIAL DEPUTIES. SWORN IN TODAY Assist In Handling Traffic on Wooster Road And At Fair Grounds Threo special deputies Mossrs McElroy, Simpson and Champion wero aworn in by Sheriff B. H. Lytlo this morning to bo on duty during the day on tho Wooster road and at tho Knox-county.falr ground-to tako careJ of traffic and preserve order in con nection with the big celebration. Sher iff Lytle, Deputy Sheriff Walker and Probation Officer Purcell also wero on duty, making six men on duty dur. ing 'the .day. Little trouble is expected by tho officers, except perhaps in tho regula tor of traffic. If ,0. (Br The Associated Pbessi AKRON, Sept. 14 Tho army dlri glblo C-2 arrived at tho Wlngfoot aerial station at 11:23 a. m. today, when tho crew landed for lunchcou. It will leave late today for Dayton. MADE' GOOD TIME (Br The Associated Press) AKRON, Sept. 14 Officers of tho C-2 said the ship made good head way 'coming from Langley field, -Virginia, in 11 hours. The craft is attempting tho first trans-continental flight of a dirigible Its destination is Los Angoles. It was announced that tho ship would not lovao for Dayton today, but that tho time for doparturo from Akron was set at early tomorrow morning. B. & 0. EMPLOYES (Br the Associated press) CINCINNATI, Sept. 14 Mombois of the B. & O. system oxecutlvq com mittee of shop craft unions will meet with Danlol Willard, president, in Baltimoro tomorrow to negotiate for peace under tho agreement reached in Chicago yesterday, It was an nounced today at tho B. & O. shop craft headquarters located libro. Tho men aro expected to return to work Monday. 1 DIRIGIBLE REACHES AKRON ARE TO RETURN ANOTHER UNION . i Girl Attempts To Barn Down School J (Br The 'Associated Press) NEW YORK(Scpt. 14 Thirteen-year-old Antoinette Sergl declared In children's courttoday that sho set fire to Public School No. 4G in Brook lyn yesterday because she didn't like tho place. She purchased' 6 cents' worth of kerosene, sho testified, then soakod bundles of newspapers, and placed them in different', parts of the build ing, lighting each tone. The. fire caus ed littlo damage and the pupils were removed without 'danger. Antoinette was placed in care of tho Children's Society. MORE EVIDENCE IS -MDFFERi Judge Wilkerson To Hear More Testimony In The Injunction Case (Br The Associated Press) CHICAGO, Sept. 14 Preparation of additional counter evidence against that being submitted by the attorney general's oflico before Judge Wilker son, to mako permanent tho tempor ary injunction against officials of tho railway employe department of tho American Federation of Labor, was staited today by tho defense. Tho conclusion of peaco negotiations be tween tho shop men and a number of roads jesterday permits tho Introduc tion of ovidonco to refute tho charges of roiiipiraey which could not bo In troduced before. (Br The associated Press) LOS ANGELES, Cat., Sept. 14 Suit for divorce on the ground of "ex treme cruelty" will be brought at once against Wm. S. Hart, film actcr, by Mrs. Winifred Hart, according to an announcement today by Mrs. Hart's attorney. S BILL IS APPROVED TODAY (Br the Associated Press) WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 Without a record votu tho house approved to day the conference roport on tho sol diers' bonus bill. Tho measure now goes to tho scnato and with final ac tion thero, It will bo sent to Presi dent Harding. An effort to amend tho hill and send It. back to conference for the Insertion of a land reclama tion option failed. , MS HART WILL 1R N E II STATE FUEL Attorney General Price Be ing Considered For The (Position J. C. Neal Of Cleveland Also Considered By Gov. Davis (Br The Associated Press) COLUMUUS, Sept. H Governor Davis Is directing his efforts today to ward tho i election of a Ktitc fuel ad ministrator following ilia action of the legislature in giving the state au thority to establish -a fair price on coal a the mines. The governor Is said to have un der advisement Attornpy General Price and J. C. Neal, former director of finance of Cleveland, as possible appointees for fuel administrator. The Sunday Creek Coal Co. and the Now York Coal Co., two of tho largest operating in Okio, in a con ference here with state officials yes terday said thoy would be willing to accept ?1.&0 as a minimum and ?3 as a maximum fair price for coal, and suggested that a sliding scale bo based on the car supply at the mines. They suggested a 25 cents "per ton Increase In the price of coal for each falling off of 10 per cent In tho car supply. BY Light And Power Company Is Jo Declare Dividends To Stockholders (Br The Associated Press) COLUMBUS, SepL 14 Officials of tho Columbus Railway, Power & Light Co. today announced that a cash div idend of Vh per cent would be paid to holders of Series A, preferred stock, and 1V4 per cent to holders of Series B, preferred. Payments will be made on Oct 2, it was said. .L. N. & W. WOT TO T (Br The Associated Press) RICHMOND, Va., Sept. 14 A. C. Needles of tho N. & W. railroad, an nounced today that tho road is not among those participating in tho pro posed shopmen's strlko settlement. T (Br the Associated press) BELFAST, Sept. 14 ' The Ulster government, It was said today, has discovered a plot to blow up tho steamer Argenta on which 300 Sinn rcinors are cnterned at Lame Lough. THE CAPPER BILL (Br The associated Press) WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 Aftor 15 minutes debato and without a record voto the senate- today passed and sent to conference tho Capper-Plncher bill designed to meet tho decision of the supremo court holding Inoperative certain sections of the present law rogulntlng trading in gnUi futures. DAVIS T MM MNIHTOII H COLUMBUS COMPANY T PLOT D SCOVERED wrap SITE Rickenbacker Claims Beautiful Bride H ooaaaaaaaoBV JL W & LsiaaBliiaaaaaaaaaaafl JliaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV aaaHsUsisiaaaaaaaaaaaiaaBBiaaaaaaaaa! L , . ertz Eddie Rickenbacker, once famous racing driver and America's Aco of Acerf In tho World VVar, with twenty-six enemy airplanes to his credit, was married today to Mrs. Adelaide Durant, of Oakland, Cal., former wife of R. Cliff Durant, racer and wealthy automobile manufacturer. They will spend their honeymoon In Europe. E Resolution Is Introduced At Episcopal Convention Today (Br The associated Press) PORTLAND, Ore., SepL 14 An attackupon mob violence was placed before the house of deputies of the convention of tho Protestant Episco pal church today in a resolution of fered by Rev. Dr. C. B. Wilker, At lanta, Ga. Dr. Wilmer rofused to say that he had aimed the resolution at tho Ku Klux, Klan, whose headquarters aro In Atlanta. The bishops decided to eliminate' from tho marriage ceremony "with all my worldly goods I thee endow." BISHOP BROWN UNDER FIRE BY CONVENTION (Br The Associated Press) PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 14 Rec ommendations that tho right of Rev. W. M. Brown, retired bishop of Ar kansas, bo brought, to trial on a charge of heresy and it convicted, be deposed from tho ministry, was made to the house of bishors of tho Proi testant Episcopal church In conven tion hero today. The report on Bish op Brown was made by a commit tee headed by Bishop J. R. Winchest er of Arkansas, which recommended that such action bo taken 'in view of tho antagonistic attitude toward Christianity," which it is said Bishop Brown has recently shown. Bishop Brown retired from his Jur isdiction as the result of criticism of a book ho published lately, discuss ing 'Christianity and communism. Epidemic Of Poison Rum Feared By Police (Br The Associated Press) NEW YORK, Sept. 14 Fearing an epidemic of poison on rum deaths in Manhattan, paralleling the experienc es of Brooklyn, 'where wood alcahol has claimed a dozen victims since La bor Day, tho police today wero seek ing tho source of tho liquor, which this morning sent threo persons to Manhattan hospitals, two unconscious and one blind; and bllndod a woman on Staten Island. Reuben Rubins was picked up unconscious on Avenue B. When he was revived ho told tho police he had forgotten whero ho got tho liquor. Nil HITS TM N I II M Bl I I I 1 ' I ii i. n i iii ii iiii i-i? nun I iu tl u m rii ii n Tr n Mai "' fit vuitii un amnilnnlt M.4 All Will 7 ..,. .UG num UW . , Be brought Up In The ' House Tomorrow Voted Down By House Yh terday, Republicans Jem- u ing With Democrats J (Br The Associated Pittss) WAOIITMvrnKT n a a t J " - Mwi J-Vt 4,-K A (CUIUS ffJ - A1 tlons that tho tariff bill, ameudsd 1st &$ accordance with lnstructionii srfveoW., yesterday by the house, wouldt ba oat -?$i ot conference wero mate tqdaf for ,! vuairmaa roraney, tne nousa mast i ager. Ml Mr. F'nrrlnov anM ha alvovi IkaWk ' to tho will of the majority, and thai V mo senate amenumentp repeajint; certain sections would ba accepted. Although anticipating soma' opposi tion from the majority side against the bill on the final rota to accept tho conferenoe roport, Republican leaders believed it would bq put through the house. , Tariff Bill Turned Down By The House (Br the Associates Press) WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 Tha ad ministration Fordney-McCumber 4ar Iff bill as rewritten by tha conferee today, was rejected in the noose; 102 Republicans voting with 67 Demo crats and ono Socialist to recommit-, the bill to conference with instruc tions to strike out tha embargo sa dyes and place potash on, tho frea list. The action of tho house stunned the Republican leaders, Rapreajmt'' tir0 Fordney, chairman oC'tttSH waffs' and means committee and one of tha authors ot the bill, eald after he vote that its effect might ba'to tors stall any tariff legislation tjti sea siau. Knox County Hunters Are Getting Ready To Scour Woods Tomorrow The sound of the shot gun will blast forth in Knox county woods to morrow when tho formal opening of the squirrel season for 1922, is usher ed in. Hunters after weeks of idle ness today were wiping their guns, "' long since carefully packed away, se curing a fresh supply of ammunition and making readyfor a brisk hunllnc season. Squirrel this year, so the report goes, will be none too plentiful. Officers Ordered To Shoot Any Dynamiter (Br the Associated Press) UNIONTOWN, Pa., Sept. ' 14- "Shoot dynamiters on sight" was tha order issued today by Sheriff 'Shaw! to every peaco officer on duty in tha Fayette County coke field. Since the strike oi April 1, the homes of a number of nonunion min ers have been destroyed ot- damaged by blasts. Several explosions neve, been reported during the pa8t twe weeks. Reads Deat Roll Of His Regiment, Diet (Br The associated Press) NEWARK, N. J., Sept. 14 Whilo reading the death roll of the 13th New Jersey Veteran Volunteer's As sociation at their annual convention today, James O. Smith, tha secretary. was stricken with a heart attack and died In a few minutes. Ho had read down to tho words, "there are only a few of us left," when ho fell. , SQUIRREL SEASON OPENS TOMOR W, m s$ m ,n osa :4; 4 ' ?.j a "! m A m If j ;1J ifl ft M m . l! ' m m v. '. w! $ M m I V .,'' , l l" A . i"S -S - V '1 M nX j jjy.vi -A.JiLl ' fe, "ft i .j