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Passenger (entering car)
Statute Forbidding Discrimina
tion Against Organizations
SUPREME COURT SO DECIDES
Eleven States Affected by the Ruling,
Which Has Been Anxiously Await
ed Many Steel Companies
Planning to Start Up Plants
With Full Forces.
Washington. Statutes now opera
tive in Now York, Now Jersey, Penn
sylvania and eight other states, pro
viding criminal liability for discrim
ination against any union workman
becauso ho Is a member of such an or
ganization, are invalidated by tho de
cision of tho United States Supremo
court in tho Coppago vs. Kansas "co
ercion statute" caso. Tho decision
holding tho coercion statute unconsti
tutional was rendered by Justice Pit
ney, tho chief justice; Justices Mc
Kennn, Vandovanter and McReynolds
concurring. Two strong dissenting
opinions wcro filed by Justice Day and
Justice Holmes, Justice Hughes con
curring with them. Tho decision over
turns tho conviction of T. 13. Coppage,
superintendent of tho Frisco lines, on
charges that ho dismissed a switch
man named Hedges at Fort Scott,
Kan., In July, 1911, becnuso tho man
refused to agree to withdraw from his
Pittsburgh, Pa. Every man In tho
employ of tho Pittsburgh Steel com
pany at Charlerol and Monossen was
ordered to report for work. Every de
partment in the company's big plant3
has been placed in full operation and,
according to a statement made by an
oHiciai, will be kept at work for months
to come. Probably 2,000 employees who
have been on half time resumed in
full, in addition to which those work
ers who hud been laid off returned to
their old positions.
Youugstowu, O. Ono hundred and
fourteen men employed in tho wire
drawing department of tho Youngs
town Sheet and Tube company struck
because their wages had been reduced
nlno per cent. A reduction of nine
per cent has been made In tho tube
mill department and a reduction of 11
per centsin tho sheet mill department.
Tho company claims that the installa
tion of improved machinery has made
tho earnings of tho employees In
crease to a greater extent than antici
pated. New London, Conn. The Bralnarl
& Armstrong company, Bilk manufac
turers, employing 500 hands, announce
that tho plant will resume a full tlmo
Bchodulo for an indefinite period.
Kmrn Mm ilnolnrnl iri nf wnr 41i!r nn. I
Sinco tho declaration of war this com-
pnny has been running on short tlmo,
but by this means it has retained tho
most of its help. Tho company states
that It now has encouraging orders
and that they aro almoBt wholly do
mestic. Pittsburgh, Pa. Some of tho or
ders received by tho Pittsburgh Steel
compnny come from abroad from tho
war zone but tho major part of tho
material demanded is Intended for use
in tho United States. Thero has been
a steady lncreaso in tho volumo of
orders and, from appearances, tho re
turning prosperity wave Is making Its
presenco felt In tho Mouougahela val
ley. Chicago. At tho present time six
Illinois Btato institutions aro organ
ized Dunning, Elgin, Jacksonville, Pe
oria, Kanknkoo and Wntertown. These
lncludo. nurses and attendants, whoso
working conditions havo been Im
proved becauso of their affiliation with
tho trade union movomont
Now York. Tho joint board of tho
Cloakmakors' union and tho execu
tive board of that organization have
submitted to a referendum voto among
tho 75,000 members In Now York city
tho question of establishing a com
missariat for tho 20,000 unemployed
members In tho trado.
Vancouver, B. C. Wages aro not
high In this city. Waitresses in many
caseB aro working on short pay, wom
an stenographers havo been reduced
25 to 30 per cont, nnd in i,omo
branches of tho lumber Industry wages
havo been reduced from 15 to 20 por
Olympln, Wash. At a conforonce
hold horo It was agreed to recommend
to tho Btato Industrial wolfaro com
mission that tho minimum wage for
waitresses bo $11 por week, and that
of other fomalo hotel or restaurant
employees bo $9.
Minneapolis. Inaugurating an em
ployees' welfare plrfn along lines now
to tho city, E. E. Atkinson & Co.
havo notified their staff of 250 em
ployees that tho llfo of each has been
insured for an amount equal to one
COAL MINERS BACK AT WORK
Pennsylvania Company Announces Re
sumption of Operations Orders
for Pig Iron Being Received.
Connollsvllle, Pa. Following a visit
of Otto J. Wendlandt and John Hoi),
kins, ofllclnls of tho American Manga
nese Manufacturing company of Du
luth, Minn., to tho plant of tho com
pany at Dunbar, announcement was
mado that tho Frceport coal mines of
tho company, nt Dunbar, will bo opened
at onco, giving employment to 200 men,
and that following tho meeting of tho
directors in Philadelphia work will be
pushed on another furnace, with tho
object of having It ready by July 1.
Ono furnace is now running. It was
stated that the business outlook is
bright. An order for 8,000" tons of pig
iron was received a fow days ago.
Many smaller orders are being re
ceived. London. Tho total reduction
shown In thd number of malo work
people in England employed as be
tween July and October is 10.7 por
cont, which is almost precisely equal
to tho percentage of workmen who
are shown by tho figures to havo
joined tho military and naval forces.
Consequently it would appear that in
tho nggregato there has been no in
crease in tho unemployment of malo
workmen, though of course, certain
employments havo fallen off, while oth
ers havo absorbed additional labor.
The proportion working short time,
however, has been considerable,
though this percentage has fallen from
20 in September to 17.3 in October.
Melbourne, Australia. Tho Austra
lian Workers' union, which Is ono of
tho most powerful organizations in
tho commonwealth, at a recent con
ference decided that tho futuro wages
of tho farm hands of Victoria and
South Australia should bo according to
a certain schedule. In tho agricultural
section it is provided that 48 hours
shall constitute a week's work, such
hours to be from 7:30 a. m. to 5:40 p.
ni. on five days of tho week and 7:05
a. m. to noon on Saturdays. Overtime
work shall bo paid at time and a half.
Chicago. It is reported that the
legislative committee of tho Brother
hood of Locomotive Engineers and tho
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen aro
preparing to offer at tho next Bession
of congress bills providing for a maxi
mum of a ten-hour day and other
changes In the present laws. The fed
eral law now restricts tho service of
trainmen to 10 consecutive hours.
Nearly double tho men employed now.
It Is estimated, would secure work If
the bill were passed.
Indianapolis. Resolutions approving
a central labor union bank In this city,
aifd authorizing tho appointment of a
committee to confer with representa
tives of other national labor organiza
tions for working out tho details of
the plan were adopted in convention
at Peoria recently by tho Internation
al Association of Bridge and Structural
Iron Workers. Twenty-seven labor or
ganizations maintain headquarters In
Chicago. During 1911, according to
. . . . . r . .
a report just issued, ?125,000 was paid
out among Chicago's 14,000 street rail
way employees in sick and death bene-
fits and for funerals. Of that sum,
$89,000 was paid by the Amalgamated
Association of Electric Railroad Em
ployees and $30,000 represented volun
tary donations by members to those
who were not entitled to benefits. Tho
union pays a death benefit of $800.
London. Tho sum of $73,760 was
distributed at tho twenty-ninth profit
sharing among tho employees of Sir
William P. Hartley's jam factory, Aln
tree. Since tho Inauguration of tho
schemo a total sum of $379,800 haB
been distributed. Sir William P. Hart
ley Intimated that ho would add a fur
ther sum to tho workers' pension fund
which ho started five years ago, bring
ing his donations up to $50,000.
San Francisco. Tho California in
dustrial accident commission has
mado an offer to tho California Motal
Producers' association that it will ox-
tend unlimited stato insuranco to mlno
owners if they will guarantee tho stato
an annual premium incomo of $100,
000. San Diego, Cal. Electrical workers
havo raised wages from $4 td $4.50
per day, to tako effect March 1 next.
This lncreaso applies to inside wlro
mon. All contractors havo agreed to
recognize tho union and employ only
mombera of that organization.
St. Louis. Tho average annual sal
ary of tho 18,854 public school teach
ers of Missouri for the school year
ended Juno 30, 1914, was $554.35.
This represents an average monthly
salary of $46.18, and an average dally
wago of $1.51.
Unlontown, Pa. Announcement was
mado by tho W. J. Raluoy Coke com
pany of a reduction of seven per cent
In tho wages of employees. Tho com
pany returns to tho scale of 1910. Tho
cut affects 5,000 employees at elove'h
Chicago. Tho principal subject of
debate at a meeting of tho Federation
of Labor recontly was funerals. It
ended in the adoption of a resolution
which requires that all members pro
vido for burial in unton-mado coffins.
BREADS WITHOUT EGGS-
WILL BE WELCOME ON MENU A8
Buttermilk Gems nnd Biscuits Aro
Two or Five Recommended Sweet
Potato Pone Recipe for Quick
Buttermilk Gems or Muffins. Add a
teaspoonful of soda dissolved In a tea
spoonful of water to a pint of thick,
sour buttermilk, atlr in quickly suffi
cient flour to make a batter that will
drop from tho spoon. Grease gem pans
or muffin rings, fill them partly full
with this mixture, and bako quickly
In a hot oven. If tho batter Is thin
enough to pour it may bo baked on tho
Buttermilk Biscuits. Sift ono quart
of flour with a level teaspoonful of bi
carbonate of soda nnd a half teaspoon
ful of salt; rub into It a tablespoonful
of shortening. Grenso a shallow bak
ing pan, and sco that tho oven Is hot
Add to tho flour mixture ono pint of
thick sour milk or buttermilk; knead
quickly, using sufficient flour to pre
Sweet Potato Pone. Paro and grato
sufficient sweet potatoes to mako ono
pint, add ono cupful of sweet milk, a
teaspoonful of glngor, two level table-
spoonfuls of butter, molted, and two
tablespoonfuls of uugar; beat thor
oughly. Sift two level teaspoonfuls of
baking powder with one and a half
cupfuls of flour; add this to tho pone,
beat a minute, turn into a buttered
baking dish, and bako In a moderate
oven three-quarters of an hour. Servo
In the dish in which It is baked. This
is a spoon bread and should bo served
as soon as taken from tho oven.
Bachelor's Buttons. To a pint of
flour add two level teaspoonfuls of
baking powder and a half teaspoonful
Bait; mix; rub in two tablespoonfuls
shortening; add two tablespoonfuls
sugar, and milk to Just moisten. Roll
Into small pieces, brush with milk,
dust with sugar and bako In a quick
oven twenty-five minutes.
Quick Cinnamon Bun. Sift a quart
of flour into four teaspoonfuls baking
powder and a half teaspoonful salt;
rub ln'two tablespoonfuls shortening;
add milk to Just moisten. Mix, roll
into a sheet, spread with butter, dust,
thickly with sugar, lightly with cinna
mon, and sprinkle with dry clean cur
rants. Mako Into a roll, cut Into two
inch lengths, stand these, cut side up,
In greased pan, and bako In moderate
oven about forty minutes. Serve warm.
Good Housekeeping Magazine.
Allow one egg for each person to
bo served. Separato yolks and whites,
beating tho latter until stiff. Heat
ono level tablespoonful of butter in a
fryer. Whip the yolks with two ta
blespoonfuls of milk for each four
eggs used, then mix In the whites
carefully, adding a dash of pepper.
Have a cupful of cooked flaked cod
fish. Pour tho egg Into tho hot fry
er, and as the bottom of the egg sets
spread tho flsh over; then begin with
a broad-bladed knife and turn the
omelet gently from the bottom, tip
ping tho pan to allow tho uncooked
egg to drain out and cook.
To Clean Glass Oven Doors.
GlasB front ovens aro frequently
complained of as not sufficiently light
and clear to bo satisfactory. Such
glass doors will do their duty If tho
housekeeper does hers, for tho glass
needs froquent thorough washing on
both sidoB with Bomo flno scouring
powder or Bcourlng soap; ordinary
Boap and water will not accomplish tho
results desired, as In baking tho fumes
and steam generated sometimes mako
a coating difficult to remove. In addi
tion a Bmall searchlight may bo used
where stoves are not well placed for
Chop vegetables loft from a boiled
dinner, such nB cabbage, parsnips or
potatoes. Sprinkle with popper. Then
placo a frying pan over tho fire with
a pleco of butter tho bzo of a hickory
nut in It and when butter boglnB to
molt tip tho pan in order to oil tho
bottom. Add tho vegetables and ono
or two spoonfulB of hot water which
has been boiled. Cover quickly to keep
In tho steam. When heated thorough
ly tako off cover, stirring contents oc
casionally until well cooked. Servo
Stir ono tablespoonful of butter nnd
ono tablespoonful of flour together in
a frying pan. When tho mixture bolls,
pour in a largo cup of canned toma
toes or if fresh tomatoes cut into
email bits. To this add a cup of mush
rooms cut flno. Pour In next four
tablespoonfuls of veal, tonguo or chick
on cut flno and mixed, with a table
spoonful of chopped onions. Stir for
five minutes. Break In a half dozen
of eggs. Season with salt and cayenne
popper to tasto. Servo upon thin bIIcos
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"SIZED UP" THE STATESMAN
Senator Took It as Compliment That
He Was "Touched" for Moe
Senators Shively and Kern of Indi
ana recently met a coostitutent from
Elmwood. Ho saw Kern first. "I've
read about you and followed you ever
sinco you havo been In public life,"
said tho Elmwood man. "I've taken
my political pabulum from you all
these years, l'vo voted for you every
time I had the chance. Will you lend
mo a dollar?"
He got it. The next day, according
to tho Philadelphia Inquirer's Wash
ington correspondent, Kern camo on
the scene just as Shively was leaving
tho Elmwood man. "Who is that?" in
"Oh, a constituent of mlno from Elm
wood. He's been a follower of mlno
throughout my political career and he
voted for mo whenever ho had tho
"How much did ho borrow?" waa
Kern's cruel query.
"Fifty cents," replied Shively, with
a slight upward turn of tho eyebrows.
"Well," drawled Kern, "that fellow
Is smarter than I thought ho was. He
can tell the difference between a dol
lar senator and a fifty-cent one."
Love as It Is.
"I'll bo true as steel," ho protested.
"Common or preferred?" she quer
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