g I i a w a rncl I kaui m
I H ihllshed IKKO
f .1 1 f tonight! Saturday
; moderate temperature.
AND OTTAWA FAIR DEL A I
NO. I. "!S.
OTTAWA, ILIJNOJb, I'HIOAY, MAY , I 2 1 .
Villi C, wo CENTS
STRIKING PLUMBERS AND BOSSES t
MEET TONIGHT: if END WALKOUT
CONFERENCE CALLED IN
HOPE OF ENDING
FOUR MILLION IDLE
OL lLLO I
! ill v
STATE'S ATTORNEY KLLLY
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF' LA- INFORMATION AGAINST
BOR IN STATEME NT ISSUED TO IANS WHOSE PLANT WAS
DAY SAYS HUGE NUMBERS IN LO APRIL 25TH BY SHE
COUNTRY ARE WITHOUT EM , FORCE
Informul Ion wua riled In the
Ottawa union men and contractors! courl this arternoon hy Slates
were anxiously waiting today for the ney Harry v Keiij against
outcome of a conference between the I Balon and Joseph Blelka, wi
master plumbers ol tin' city, ami the larresttd al their home -1111111 (
Journeymen, which is to be held to- Kcilles mi the night of April 25
night at 7:30 o'clock. The meeting i I moonshine raid was made l!
t take place in the Dougherty plumb ciirl s Ayers The two me
inn shop, and only the plumbing boss- ud pi the grand jut;, by Jus
es and the members of the unlou will .n,, peace Koenig, at the tlm
be permitted to attend, I preliminary hearing last week,
Both sides wore today reported to then they have been prisoners
he in an amiable frame of mind, ami county jati.
unless expectations fail, an agreement ' '
will be reached tonight, which will I.1" ih' ,10 ar?aten tl
em', the Ave weeks plumbers strike " nurl rather than
TJie plumbers and the inside carpen- jU'j '.( , ., ,,1 , .,. ,'M , ', )(!
Co , went on a strike on April 1, wh(
their employers made an effort to r
dace wages below the lasl year sen
Tile wage scale hung lire, withoi
any conferences or meetings bet wee
the two men until Wednesdaj nigh
when a meeting of the tfhion wi
held, and the plumbers voted to w ti
draw from the Building and Tradt
Dillon, They will settle their laht
troubles on their own initiative witl
out anv assistant lio n the other o
The strike eonditinn today was 111
changed, and both the Contractors an
the unions reported thai no confe
enies between the two workers ha
been called. The Building and Tradt
men quit work two days ago, who
the Contractor As loeiation notlfi 1
them that a wage reduction of u
proximately 20' would be made.
Pre pare for Convention.
j Lvn-, I I WhERt bit)
f hr)y-- x , v you 5T IT? J
r sv I ' ft'
, H., ( c C fWi M '
1 1 - i r- i inn v
Warsaw, May 6. Unconfirmed
Sosnowice rarly today sa' thai Xclail
former Polisch Diebecite commissio
M rAYo HUNUKo
v 1 ')
V 1 r-Vy
X)AD HAS Ha
cl-d Bahama cuAHtD
1 1 1 iU L 1 i
0 nr nilIM'TV
11 Ul Umm! I
Hie June gi
mrs mm. 11
PASSES Al.! AFTER
3 WEEKS' ILLNESS
PROMINENT SOUTH OTTAWA
WOMAN PASSES AWAY AT FAM
ILY RESIDENCE SURVIVED B J
HUSBAND AND ON E DAUGHTER.
MRS. GEORGE M. TRIMBLE.
the next yet
Bay by the
of the federa
The council Is going to give cons Id
eratlon to the question of wage redur :
Hons and the. coat of living. Labor zi
cfhclala said that the eouneil taki
dm position that a widespread at si
tempt h being made to tut wages
while retail prices are maintained ai til
much highei figures than the t?itua I tv
Reports received by (he council
day showed that more than 1,00 .11
are without emply.oment in the cot
try and the situation is showing
William Green, secretary of '
United Mine Worker.-., said that !
00(1 miners are out of work and th
300.0(10 are working from one to tin
days a week. The Knglish ml
strike had !h. effecl at all on t
American market, Mr, Oreon said.
,.. 11 c
1 Ron nnn m i m
I JUL- u'JL) rLLLUnO
I OTTAWA WWi
THROUGH ST F! E L
ON CHAUNCEf BURR
PLACE NEW HEDGE
COLBY PREDICTS U. S.
WILL GET REGULAR t
Uontlon, May 11 npeaking al
American Nuncheon club today
bridge Cofby, former Becretar
Mste. who was the ; iesl ol hono
British-American amity ami di c
a firm belief tha t Ami rica
'come into the pence.'
"America." be said, "came late
the war. but the came. She i
ing late into the peace, but she
NOW IN F0RMATI0I
Real Estate Transfer.
NEW YORK POPULATION
35 PCT. FOREIGN BORN
; ports from
i id upper
) has pro
been arrested by
e 8ilealan City.
May 6 Two nun."
s commanded by
te British army,
oiilz a Utile mora
r A 1
AMI! A rT
L l O
British and A
the sturdiest lac
in the field of ii
It i.- true that wi
I .ti t how often
analysis that we
W e agree."
EXTEND TIME FOR
IRISH RELIEF WORK
JACK AND BEANSTAI
AT LIBRARY SATURDAY
The solii ting committee
eolleetinc a tund for the I
drive were today given 1
Fridav to make their final
the drive c bairman. Al 1" S
he nut of the city until tin
time thp last reports were t
I)M3 ol the $L'.i' o 011,1
bad been raised among Otti
CUT RE-DISCOUNT ON
Mart tag? Lice-
t-i 1 t 1 1 .
. Burns. OtUw
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