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“Mull-storm mMan‘m. NO. as mm mm w sauna mm m mm cumin-nam- Mﬂ Chum“ “On-Wantin- MWM \ “American Mar, supported And di ‘md by the American unlu, for In ﬂation uld omlluuon. II the cm hbor In the mm in the m .9! m at thug runnin -w s! nail-d." 1 pointy to?“ M to “In “" I! m tun triviall- mm labor mou .‘ at m “open than” conﬂ ﬂu u 1 pursuit-Ito to our mu- M W In the totals: nuke“. The Fair Tum We is 11l mom of moderate proactive to!!! rates. but opposed to the Ford noy-loCu-bor luv which “'lmpolol u Men of “300.000.”. in. All!!- ou common in order to comet W in rum for the gov ell-oat." ' TI. “'loer o! the mm low I. can”! prlnolmly o! nume m 111. w to m tho world and. mum- vml c0n)..." and CI. consideration of Amen-tau was rerun. 9“." c“! W “0'"! PH!" mmmmuuiod shook m from It- hudnuu-un in New Yuk begun. the title, “Mutton (mud on Pm Mt.) WISH MRS HﬂﬁK H! mm All m com. Win 5.! W m ﬁlm. In Nahum would-ho m immigrat- w Amr m tint rum-nun- Ilrudy mm mmmﬂJmmmmdtho‘ than your. Mn alum-bod the mum in‘ Mint anon. an I. London 410‘ manta the New York World. Between April 1 uul Jae so about 20M. not. Brim mama m be «mud to the United am.- an der the quot: lur, 1M they ﬁnally in" roux-nu m. This is the tint time line. the pmont American Immigration In wu punt! M m arm-h quot. bu boon and. mi in} the Milt of the Ion; continua un-| enpbrmnt period in England. 8006‘ ind. Woo and Inland. 1‘ no to“! number of British-born; immigrant: who on be summed to the United 8m“ this your in 17.343. :ndupto 11.13)!!va- hul boon mated to ".181 Militant: to this country. I» Mr but of those immi mamdﬂblmhﬂumm bk Matthieu“. War}! In W. hat wk 8.784 13mm: in.“ and to America. while limit-tweak In} nut that. nmon PLUMBERS’ , s'rm SETTLED The plumbers of the Km clues. unm- u strike luau over two yeah. canotonmtﬂﬁthm‘ torplmbmudntnodtomkol Wetland-7m Thom; ukodtorcrduhmotonodob‘ mum. Masaryk-henna menu-It. Mutt-WNW“ every gamma-um uon. WMph-huabo-u frontinotoﬂno. mun-mm together and an. to n mat hynbmmwmunblomu may. ' HARBOR CARPEW HOLD CELEBRATION ’ ﬂounder-local 716 of Ho gm colon-um that: mum anniversary it a 1M! nth-M nut.- In¢ In Hum Wm m. 81: ot tho charter Ina-hm m mL The local VII mlt you-- 180. And at cm tho 1% all the mentor- on t). ’ .‘ mAber-doen local w, W sometime liter. The whoring no m by c. 0. (“Dad") Yong. man «who: or the America rourum of labor. and Pete Dollu'. W! m d the Carpenter-- In. gathering in Odom by all ”out. a m th- bk and than. )1 baton “human. The lac-ion q Aberdeen load :11 van [avid mutt“ . V ’ g' 1 3 D''f t; ,1 . 3W , * :1 ‘Wm 3u ' . 3 ll “3:0: E. com! I thq.mm| mmwamum FManLoum ‘ mm mm .lllﬂlif WWW“ , RAMON. lit. April mm s verdict of “not guilty” in the set .osd Mel at the sileged Heron rioters. the 24 other csses here been qusshed et the request of the prosecution. The nccused proved slihis end discredited witnesses for the stete. Btste Attorney, Genersi Brundsge took sn .peeisl interest in these onses end his ssslstent. Middleton“. who sited the county sttorney in the men“. “ﬂirted thnt there is no justice in Williamson county. To liddlehuﬂ's slnr on the court end his bid for symmthy inn snti union sources. Presiding‘Judge Hert well replied: . . “The prosecution wss loud in its m d the court until now. ind init llr. liddlekeutt’s superiority in being shle to usehe use oi the news nesers. He tries his esses there bet-J ter then in the court house. tht“ his” will he‘noeepted em froml ’ sndhfys‘verytewlnthlsvicls lta. The cases were milled sud he is going swsy. end he doesn't care much mt he son or who he hurts, inst so he, on in! the blue on somebody torhlsi’siluretoeonvictlntheoeses Just tried. Nobody knows better then I doe! the prejudice that exists nil over the country growing out of these killings. 1 here not condoned, Justi tied or excused these killings. I do notdosonew.ltriedmyhesttogive both sides n Keir trial. The prosecu tion wns loud in its mine 0! the court until now.” The trisls wss the result of the hill ing or n score oi strlkehreskers snd gunmen by s not: of 6.000 persons st Herriu. this county. on the morning of June 28. 1982. The imported men were nnned with neehine guns end high power rifles. They ssssulted citisens. been-e involved in held-ups sud closed one public highway. When they killsdthree unsrnled miners the mob of cltlsens. with its derisnce of lsw. followed. —————-. —-—— mat mm: m an mama m cum-mun. Otto, Anti! 10.-Tbe mailbox-e! Cut-em committee.- lebor recon-end. e building boycott to dean-w the bulletin trede alone. The committee can “the price is not too bu” to m enn-Inlet II in this inn-try. Business net mm<bmlmm beetuetonione. _, - " 'ﬂae Wie- neelle the "outta-inner" between mum Guber- eﬂ Norton D. Enter. for ”www.mdnowl’tui- |euuet theme-abet of Commerce. president Comm defended the m:- U“ the. uni-ct the individual ber iuininc them. ‘Tbequeetionotcoetlemelnthe imtmeny. end Evident Gompon made this comment on the chute tint ornnised labor in reamible tor high cost- in building: ‘ “luytoyou.endltbinkyouknow, ‘thu the bundle; summon oi Chute-1| are humble of m linen-tubuleotpreeentrecom mummtpmm mémeinpermwoducttonor inwmcoetotopentlonl. [ln one tint the building eontrectore ot plum dare. noon the new, no 1m adv-need in methods than ere alumna throughout the country. §WHMI inveetintienibe ;WMCMMM llamas-lepwmtottbe-u --3mm end con-emu innit ti.- o! the not” new whet ere [their out-atom." I 20, 1923. mum “minus run mm Sim the minim of the District of Co lumaa has been W “titutional by the supreme court, the women employed 3 gainful occupations have been advised that OM is their only chance for protection, both by 0W labor and welfare bodies. The protection that the #um wage law gives them in states that have acted mm on this legislation is also in jeopardy because at the supreme court decision. Even wheretheminimmm lawis inforca,thatmini mum wage is much later 3&- thst agreed upon between the employers ald W employee, such as Laundry Workers, Culinary Washers. aa‘needle trades. Protective Wail amat- “His strong organization on the mic field is a necedtyﬂsy which lawmakers may be chaos to pass protective ﬁnes The weekly bun-ts- Sine-Imm Council of Churches just issued mak‘athe f statement: “Both men all was“ protective legislation. The _reason why wonwn “be“tionsl legislation on'hours and wages is that they” have ‘found it impossible so he to get decent standasrﬁbof work without decent standards as a matter of law. Wire too strong for them to get decent wages and a rsaﬁnable day's work without government help. Therefore, the}; ask for minimum wage laws and laws limiting the number of hours they are to work during a day or week. ﬁnbhave not asked thus far for minimum wage laws lame those who have been or ganised have either. haunt-aﬂeto get decent wages thru their organizations or they aspect to do so. Those who have. failed to secure 'a decent family living wage have trusted in the example set by ﬁner unions which have suc ceeded and they have been (intuit to abide in the hope thatthey will be strongly mized enough at some time in the not too far distant future to get decent wages by collective bargaining. , _,.. ii: “Generally the amnion has! notabeen organized as solid ly as the men and it is true mt thy? have been in greater need of legislative m' Wheti they become strong ly organized as the opposite sex, their demands will be con siderediavorably.” mm W M mmmwnts ARE HHSAIISFMIWHY; SUBGESTHI HEMHJY By W. M. Shel-c Pnsldom Wuhlnr ton 0m Fodontlon at Labor. Sooner or tear the people at the state must. two the lune Men lun: the am “mute on e. more practice! end IMO-due been it we ever hope to escape It: continued control by the his epoch! Interest... The whole Intel: of enacting state led-lube is nuanced and In- long outlived “I We". In tho early Item of the territory end our notched. when only n tew mam-en eon-ulna tho nth-non of the mm to mammal provision for holding e union of the Leghhtnre once every two you-- for n period of only days In: filly ede qunte. The compensation of $5 per Vdny then provided. when the dollnr pone-ed e. pmmlnx value et‘ ‘lennt me. than on grant u It does] todly. could 1110 be considered ede quete. Today nelther the com-penu tlon allowed nor the time allotted for the ooneldentlon of bill: II “equate. but on the century ll Io utterly lned eqmte u to constitute the [revolt memo to good government and re spect to:- the In that controntl the people at our mte. Change Moped For. The diuetlehetton of the people general: throughout the late wlth the lexhlhtive Malt. obtained from the Loci-Mute he: kept growing troll union to nation until It now border- on universal dingo-t. And yet I [use portion of the people con tinue to hope that a. ndical change for the better must come Ibout and that each unthhctory Leginlnturea cannot continue without stopping to $995191:0n on Page Six.) The Baseball Season Opens snou'r T 0 SPEAK AT RETAIL CONVENTION Willinm K. Short, president of the Stete Mention of Lnbor, will be one of the epeekern It the Wuhingh ton Stete Reteilere‘ convention to be held in tile Merlot & Neleon nudi torinln‘n Seettle April as m u. The convention will include ed dreuee end entertainment. opening with e luncheon Wednendey noon end concluding the dey with e theemr petty et the [cone theeter. A big telnet M. the WW hotel will conclude the convention Thundny. Pneeident Short in e shrew little Scotchlnnn. end union the retellerc oloeely weteh him he will get next to ell their ooet merhe. IﬂIBSHﬂHEMEI 8H IMMEIIWE HESIJH (09m Pagers“... lull-tum) The Shoo Mntion of Labor 0! Wuhinctol eon: out o oil-enla- letter but week and published it in the le hor pron of the auto. all; for the co-operntion of Wuhington labor min-t the pnrchue of the product; of the unfeir Bellow-Guthrie com-1 pony of Portland. On. which in one of the lemon tim- tightin; the bony; ehoromen‘e Union of not city. The following letter. received from the secretory of the Lonnhoremen'l Unv ion at Portlond. shown the immedihte result- obtoined from this co-open tion: Portland. Ore“ April 12. 1923. Mr. W. W. abort. Prguldonq Washington 9m. Federa- non of Labor. Seattle, Wuh. Dear Sir and Brother: After rending the report of our del entes to the Peclfic Coast District Convention of the interactions] Long shoremen’s Association held in your city April 8-7 lest. I feel I went to write you and express my sincere thanks for the true union spirit you so readily proved In the inning of the letter culling for the extension of the boycott on the firm of Bufuur-Guth ril my end ell their producte. ‘3' well. es the eppeel for financial ne :eietence included in the letter. I can ensure you that the boycott is being felt. no the price of flour. n product of the Balfourvauthrie com peny. hes dropped 86 cente in the lust; two deys. That weeks for itself whntl ornnlzed lebor can do when united Action is invoked. l The Morning Oregonian or this dete cerriee a short Itetement tram the Waterfront Employer: announc ing en increeee in the 1)” of dock trucking. I mey uy that has been the criterion in ell the negotiation: with the employere. Although we ere on etrike end will not benefit. by thie. we feel it is e victory. We know it in e ei‘n of weakening on ”he employ~ ’Ol‘l' pert. And next to so will be the damn:- ble Fink hall and 11l lt stand for. Alum I want to thank you for the Iplendld co-oponuon you so cheer. fully hnve given. You" fraternaly, HERMAN LARSEN. Secretary-Tamra: Lonnhomnon'u Union. Loot! 33-0. OFFIOI OF LAIOR PR!“ 1“ NORTH G OTRIET PHONE 21‘ POSTOFFIOE IOX 240 Price 5 Cents JIJIIBE BMW [iIAIMS SHIJHIABE [lf Mﬂﬂﬂ IN HER llﬂllSTﬂY flatly. Gary Howlt. Judge Gel-y of the United Stetee Steel eel-nomin- in enin howling for the imminetion here to be lowered. or, better still. throw the gate: wide open. Without doubt Gery mey be experiencing e shorten of lebor, end why shouldn't he? Men will only work under the minernhle condition end lz-hour dey when no other work in to belied. Consequently et thin time of the yeer when new John ere to be hed et work under Amerlcen condition- endhenn e! lebor Inen will lenve the eteel lulu-try where they ere nothin: more then eleven. Let the steel corporation ndopt the shorter ‘work any end great the employee better conditions on the job end he will be unwed ell like lehor needed without admitting more then the |eeote of imminent. ‘ Secretary of übor Dnvil proctiool ly admits that the steel industry in about the only industry suffering from a short.” 0! lnbor st this time. it in the only industry um. china 3 shortage of common lobar. but n tow other: clnlm u thou-cue or highly skilled labor. Johnson Defend. Lam. Chairman Johnson of the Home Immigration Commiaaion, in a state ment defining the law, and declaring large corporationa who had attacked it wanted cheaper. labor. aid: "It the immigration lawn are re lued." stated Mr. Johnson. "for ev ery one immigrant who will come on a poaaihle employe o! the aieel and other corporations. nine will drag down the living atandarda oi' Ameri can labor. Thole corporationa want cheap labor. Cheap labor makea a cheap country. "Moat appeala'theae days for more liberal immigration lawn are based on the idea of selection," Mr. Johnson continued. “Selection for what? Prom Gary's atandpoint. the answer in for work in the ateel mille. In apite oi roatricted immigration the United States Steel Corporation aeoma to have done very well with n not earn ing of $410,000,000 in 1922. in spite of (Continued on Pu. Four) BﬂMPfﬂS ASSMIS Bﬂllﬂl llEﬂlSlllN WASHINGTON. April 19.—J‘Tho court again rune: itself on the lids of property," in the comment made by President Gannon on the Sn mmo Court!- ianlidatin; the Dil trict of Columbia minimum my. luv for women. "Pmunnbly the court followed whst, In It. mind. In I. oertun con struction of the con-titutlon," ma Preoldont Gomporu. “'lt In notable. how-var. that In pnctlculy can one of Importance Involving employ ment relation- nd the protection of humnlty. the court runo- mm on the lids ot property Old nun-rhu nanny. The women wage eernere of m District of Columbie ere leu invar ebly sltneted then women Inge eel-n --ere eleewhere. Not only ere they leee eble to defend them-elvee on the eco nomic ﬁeld. but they ere eblolntely ‘without meene o! deienee on the po lecu mm. This is e eltuetion pecul iet to this voteieee oesis. ’ "The Supreme Court hoe deoiered the child lsbor lew nneonetltutionel. end this new decieion. inking e prop er and needed protection from wom en. is e locieel next step in perfect ing the doctrine tint thoee who csn not help themeelves shell not be helped." HARBOR MILK MEN REACH AGREEMENT The deiry employee. member- of the Teemetere end Chauffeure' union, met with the deiry ownere of the Hem hor Thundey evening end fomuleted e new wue emement. The employee uked for e nine of ‘one doiler e dey. The employer: ob ijected. the agreement finally mnehed ‘celie for e niee of $0 cente e. dny. end will teke effect on the first of Hey. ‘ The employee were represented by Bettie of Snith’e Deiry. Wileon of ‘Seteop Fer-more Deiry, Willieme of ‘Union Deity. Lelend of Cryetel Syringe Deiry. end Giiee oi the Ceri ton Deity. The emioyere were repreeented by leeere. Smith, lemneon, Oerltoe. 'lorrie end mic.