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(—TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1922.
PAGE TWO RAILROADS BREAK WITH TWO UNIONS Wage Hearings In East Cut ’ Short With No Agree ment Reached NEW YORK. Mar. 13.—Negotia tion!) between executives of 12 5 eastern railroad* and representatives of con ductors and trainmens unions looking toward a new agreement as to wages and working conditions were broken off late today without any settlement having been reached. Announcement of the breaking off of negotiations was contained in tb# following statement issued by the bur-I eau of information: "The conferences between certain carriers presented by the conference committee of managers of eastern railroad* ami conductors and the trainmen represented by the Order of Railway conductors and the Order of Railroad Trainmen which have been held on various days oeginmng Febru ary 18. 192 3 adjourned today, it be ing apparent that a mutually satisfac tory agreement could not be arrived at. and a* previously agreed all proposi tions made by either side of a aattle m*nt are to be considered a* tlio they had not been proposed.” BONUS BILL fContinued from Page One.) sffarfng of a motion to recommit. Leader* said such a motion might be designed to saddle the bill with dras t»o amendments, which w«* distaste ful to the proponent* of the measure as It bow stand*. Other developments of the day in the bonus situation were the Issuance ef statements by two members of ths house, Representative Treadway of Massachusetts, a Republican member •f the ways and means committee, and Representative Hawes. Demo crat of Missouri, both of whom ex pressed opposition to the bonus bill, and the announeement by Represen tative F*rear of Wisconsin, a Republi can member of the ways and means committee that he had written Secre tary Mellon ••replying*' to the letter of the treasury head to Mr. Fordney in which Mr. Mellon declared the bill, if saacted. would involve "dangerous abuse of government credit." Mr. Treadway declared It was "ap parent that an effort to pass a bonus bill at this time is futile unless fi nanced by a sales tax." "The people." he said, "want less, rather than more taxation.” HIGHEST COURT RULES (Continued from Page One.) intention of congress to enact a law to regulate Interstate and foreign com merce and to affect state commerce only as it may he Incidental to the effect regulation and protection of in terstate commerce. Justice Vandevanter said there were many manifestatiftns of a continuing purpose on the part of congress to re frain from any regulation of purely state commerce save such as was in volved in its rightful exertion of it* control over interstate and foreign commerce. Justice Vandevanter said the court would not pass upon the question of whether the railroad company was en titled to abandon it* lino, because t’nit ; gusatlon was not presented In this case the only issue before th*- couri uvt .*. he explained, whether the inter Mat” commerce commission had cxreede.i its authority In ordering the railroad to abandon Its line. NINE HjSUTS (Continued from Page One.) and some ammunition. They will ap pear for cotirt martial at Monterey, ac cording to advices. Contrary report* said to have been received from revolutionary faction* at Brownsville, announced that the revolutionist* had taken fort’' prison era at Barror.* and had successfully re sisted federal troops. Roth reports re ceived hero wero dated March 10. One of the bandits reported to have a executed was a brother of i;«n- Ireneo Villareal ai 11-Obregon r now In Kl Paso. Villareal, it was stated. la not related to Antonio VITWeal. fin officer in tho Obregon government. Gonersl Jose V. Elizondo, reported executed, was an off leer under i'nr ranta. He was formerly in command of the Twenty-third Infantry. Mexi can army. In 1914 he took possession of the garrison at Juarez. Foe Colds. Grip or Influence sad as a Preventative, take Laxative BROMO QUININE Tablet*. The genuine bears the signature of E. W. Orove. (Be aure you get BROMO.) JOc. MAJESTIC “Where Everybody Goes" Pantages VAUDEVILLE THURSDAY 7 GLASGOW MAIDS ZELDA SANTLEY ud Four other Acts PHONE 1540 for RESERVES jl Theosophical and Occult Science FREE LECTURES by EUGENE W. MUNSON. National Lecturer For The Theosophical Society. MARCH 14 AND If.. AT TIIK HOTKL VAIi. IN TUB HANQUet ROOM —R :00 P. M. SHARP. March 14—■‘The Hidden Side »»f Things." The Mystery of Life and Form, How Spirit Contacts Matter. Telepathy, Evolution. Merch 16. —"Reincarnation”—The Problem of Pie-existenc* and Spiritual Evolution. letwils are rni:r — ai.i. welcome. collection. NEWSPAPER PREDICTS FAILURE OF PARLEY “ America Has No Money To Attend” Economic Con ference, It Says MOSCOW. March IS.— <Rv Tho A.- soclated Press)—Commenting upon America’s decision not toi participate in tho Genoa conference, the soviet newspaper Pravda say a: "The motive given i* that until the European* countries disarm it will be a useless throwing away of American money in European affairs. This is r.iorcly propaganda which the Repub lican party is preparing for the new congressional elections. The real cause of America's refusal to finance Europe is that the American govern ment has not much money while tho private capitalists are interested in Central and South America. "The absence of America means that nothing big economically can happen ai Genoa. Tho allied bourgeoisie has no plan, whatever, for the economic re lief of Europe.” THIS MAN WAS HELPED John Grab. 263? Jackson Ave.. New Orleans. La., writes: "My kidneys were weak and had a soreness and dull pain across my back. I felt dull and languid and my kidneys didn't act right. I be gan taking Foley Kidney Fiji* and they soon put my kidneys in a aound healthy condition Foley Kidney Pill* help the kidneys rid the eystem of a-’ids and waste that cause lameness, backache, aorc muscles, swollen joints and rheumatic pains. Tonic in effect, quick in action. The Horn Drug Co.— Adv. ECONOMIC PROGRAM TO BE FORMULATED LONDON. March The As sociated Press)—Tho conference of British, French and Italian Foreign secretaries in Paris to discuss the pro gram of the Genoa conference, has been fixed definitely for March 13. It waa announced today. An official statement also was given out that the Italian government had accepted April 10 aa the dato for the opening of the Genoa gathering. GOOD FOR THAT “FLU” COUGH For quirk relief from tha wearing cough* that "hang on" after the grippe or Influenaa. take Foley’s Honey and Tar. Mrs K D Drake. Childs. Md.. wrltea: "After an attack of tha flu that left me with a severe cough nothing seemed to rallevo mo till I tried Foley's Honey and Tar. which I can highly recommend.” It Is also good for croup, whoorlng cough and colds. It puts • toothing, healing coating over the in flamed surfaces. cut* the phlegm, •asee hoarseness, clear* the air pass age*. The Horn Drug Co.—Adv. HIGHWAY BUILDING COST IS REDUCED DENVER. March 13—Coats of high way construction have dropped ap proximately twenty per cent during the last year, resulting in a saving to the state of about 91.MQ.000 in its con struction work this year, the state highway commission announced to day. Ttmromt: At night rob Cation Olamst bUfMgiMltm tha mJp. N«n moraine ahampoo whh Catiaanlaas and bat war. Ra paat tntwp Waba. ffiRITCHER H W THEATgR "■ I THIS EVE NINO I Shorty Hamilton ■ In a Thriller of the Great ■ North Woods I “The Pen Vulture” ■ and Epiaodo No. 3 of tho lntanaa ■ Serial featuring Ruth Roland I “WHITE EAGLE” H INTERNATIONAL NEWS THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN YOUTH GUT SEVERELY FATHER IS ARRESTED Sheldon Sullivan. 22, In Crit ical Condition Following Family Quarrel DENVER, March 13.—Sheldon Sulll van, 22 years old, was cut and severe ly injured in a family quarrel here to day. Edward Sullivan, father of tho young man, was arrested on his son's complaint. The elder Sullivan declared he had been reprimanding his eon and had In sisted that ho go to work. The sdn. he told police, struck him firat and than ho used a knife in self defense. The son was taken to the county hos pital where it was declared his condi tion is critical. ODD AND INTERESTING (Continued from Paga On#.) nnr* included. Of the 176 persons In tlio party, fifty-throe arc adults. NEW YORK. Mar. 18 Efficiency runs second to charm in hotels where tipping prevails, tho Consumer* Lea gue announced today after an inves tigation. "It is pkadng sppesisam and manner, rather than service that brings in tips," said the report. “Tips do not increase with efffclrviey In ser vice, and neither do wages)," NEW YORK. Mar. 18.—Plans for a floating liauor palace off New York beyond the throe mile limit, are going forward, according to James V. Martin, the promoter, i* spite of tho announcement of Roy A. Haynes, fed eral prohibition commissioner, that the vcsarl will not be permitted. , ( Furthermore, declares Martin, a ’ second and possible third liquor pal ace will be constructed, should the first he successful. In answer biff to commissioner Haynes’ assertion that he will seek to thwart the scheme, Martin says that there Is nothing in international law that forbids a resort of this character. Martin a sort* the vessel vsHl be as Martin asserts tho vessel will be as constructed in Europe and that tlx* •»n eminent wtO amount to $10,000,- 000. CSBUCAGO. Sbr, IS.—Mrs. (Uro Gilbert and her son Earl Jay Gilbert, will go to l«s Angeles. Ckllf.. to view the body of Edward Gilbert, mining expert, who Mrs. Gilbert claims was Iter husband. Mrs. Gilbert, her son and tier daughter. Miss dal re, re ceived word of Gilbert's death yester day. Gilbert’* death, according to I/m Angeles despatches, revealed that ho had two wires; one the Mrs. Gilbert In Clikwgo, and tho other a woman ho had married sometime after his disap pearance from here nineteen years ago. Mrs. Gilbert last night told of cher ishing tho hope thruoat the IP years that her hashaad would return to her and the children, ftho said she had never heard from him smee be left In ItO* to take a position ns a mining rngtaeer. **l haven’t the heart to blame tho woman be Illegally married," said Mrs. Clicftan wut it*, briaf result>. MAJESTIC—STARTS SUNDAY THEyd HORSEMEN aPfhe.Apocalypfe World's Bmost Picture ■ 14 REELS—POPULAR PRICES wm WtlUca 4U A |H Reid ML Champion M TODAY AND TOMORROW J* WALLY SCORES A KNOCKOUT! WALLACE REID In “THE WORLD’S CHAMPION” The big bully had thrashed the youngster and thought h* could do It again. BiP thing* had changed. The kid was now a world’s champion. Thr**/* minute* lat* r tho bully waa carrletl away on a board. Oh. Boy! See thl* play, parked with pep. punch and pop-eyed hilarity. ’ Snub Pollard Comedy: “SHAKE ’EM Vl*". Patbc News. MAJESTIC—-Today TOM MIX -IN— “THE NIGHT HORSEMEN” ADDED ATTRACTION RUTH FLYNN WILL SING “DON'T LET ONE MAN BE YOUR FRIEND” PHONE 1540 NOW FOR PANTAGES RESERVES SENITEJjII VOTE (Continued from Page One.) made little effort to reply to the series of attacks. Senator Lenroot, however, took exception to the moral obliga tion argument of Benator Borah and Senator Lodge of Masnachusetts, Re publican leader and a member of the arms delegation, engaged In a sharp exchange with Senators Johnson and Borah over authorship of the treaty and the circumstances which led to the supplemental agreement regarding mandated islands. WAGE REDUCTION FOR SHOE FACTORIES BOSTON, Mass.. March 13.—A reduc tion of 10 per cent In wages of shoe factories in Brockton and the south shore district waa ordered tonight by the state board of conciliation and arbitration. The decision affect* forty four factories employing about 21.000 workers. 4 PROMINENT DENVER RANKER IS DEAD DENVER. Mch. 19.—Ira B. Casteel, president of the Stockyards National hank, and widely known in financial circles of Colorado, and Wyoming, died here today after a two weeks’ ill ness. of Influenza. Before coming to Denver in 15>17. he was a member of the Wyoming land flrr.« of Hunter. Casteel and Hunter, with headquart er# at Cheyenne. Mr. Casteel waa 48 years old. Ho was prominent in Masonic circles. Gilbert. “Tra an re ahe*a suffering too.* CHICAGO. Mar. IS.—Wtorih Klenay is it yearn old and a modern Cinderella. Last Tharwlay *f»o left her hnsssr with the threat of a boat ing from her father if she returned without a Job, according to the story she told Mrs. Ifeien Da nek. president of the women’s protective association. Mrs. Da nek recalled the home of a banker, whose daughter died three years ago. She noted a striking like ness in the features of the two girls. Rir banker aiul his wife were sum moned. This morning Miss Klenay was wearing the slippers and a charm ing dress brought from a chest that for throe years find been unopened. QUIT TOBACCO So easy to drop Cigarette, Cigar, or Chewing habit No-To-Bac has helped thousands to break the costly, nerve-shattering to bacco habit. Whenever you havs a k>ngiag for a smoke or chew. Just place a harmless No-To-Bac tablet la your mouth instead. All desire atops. Short- 1 ly the habit is completely broken, sad i you are better off mentally, physically, financially. It’s so easy. *o simple. Get a box of No-To-Bac nnd If it does n’t release you from all craving for to bacco in any fora, your druggist will refund your without question. | AMERICANS CONTRACT IN MEXICO LANDS WASHINGTON, March 13.—Ameri can interests have contracted with the governor of Ihe Mexican state of Chihuahua for the purchase, improve ment and sub division of six million acres and tho contract Is now before the Chihuahua legislature, according to advlcaa today from American consul James B. Stewart there. If the legis lature approves the sale, Mr. Stewart reported, the Americans intend form a company under Mexican law* to put the land "within reach of small farmers of all nationalities.” Tho land was said to have great possibilities for farming and stock raising. LARGE GAS WELL STRUCK IN TEXAS AMARILLO. Tnu, March 13.—The Oulf Production company’ll well No.l. in flection 118, I: irkburnett tract. 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