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Thomasville Daily Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 23, 1922, Thomasville, Georgia FAIR TONIGHT AND NO CHANGE IN FORMS MINE M. of Copy Received after that aro scheduled to run next 242, GEORGIA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23, 1922. PER MEnm IT of thr Great UL U Kl Ul Head of the Army by Bullet Causes Supposedly Secret is Stir in Guerilla Discovered and Are Warfare Planned by in Connection with by Agents Who Are Keeping Watch on of an the Irish of a of in the raids are held In jail at St. Mich. Federal operatives are attempting to round up Communists and other radicals who participated in what was intended to have been a secret RAILWAY GETS INJUNCTION AGAINST Associated Aug. 23.The assassination of Michael Collins at arrests have been made by in the walie of the raid in their fight against on a mass meeting in the Free State near it Collins was shot down from only a few hours after he an ovation by residents of place there is the heart of constituency here presented in the iDail assassination was preceded in Dublin by a battle of both provisional government and representatives of the irregular army posting placards which set out their respective alms reaching London after attending the funeral of Arthur Griffith say they found curious crowds about these grief over death Aug. 23.Federal accompanied by a public expression Judge today granted the of admiration and affection for an order restraining whose three-hour march through striking shopmen in seven states from the streets of Dublin the body interfering with the movement of of his colleague was an impressive because everybody believed 1 that Collins himself had been marked WOULD FORGIVE MEN WHO SLEW Associated 23"Forgive were the last words of Michael commander of the Free State as he was dying from an assassin's bullet last The Collins party were ambushed while visiting various military positions in South Just as the attack was beaten a bullet struck Collins in the and he expired a few minutes DENIES MOULTRIE PURCHASE ANY LAWS OF THE Griffith was buried a few days was free state head of the the Irish provisional and the Irish national was shot and killed from ambush at county Cork last a few hours after he had been given an ovation by the people of Cork who for the first time saw the Free State hero in the uniform of commander in Thus within ten days two of the most prominent figures in the new Irish government have been by Just ten days President Griffith Near Key West After assassination of oi the new in last shot dead in cork The Press Association says that Michael Collins was shot dead last night from ambush County on Decision by Federal Trade Commission Of Yesterday to Sell He Said There is No Monopolistic Associated 111., Aug. 23.There monopolistic nor evidence of of the federal law In the by Swift and Company of the Moultrie Packing Company at and the Andalusia Pecking Company at Louis F. President of the Company asserted today in a statement commenting on the Federal Trade order of the company to divest itself of stock holdings in the southern IIP collins assassinated ur dail called to Aug. 23.It and Companions announced today that in view of the cued Near Key West After Plane Had Fallen to Associated New 23.The cruiser Denver which rescued Lieut. Walter Hinton and hig companions from the wrecked seaplane is on its way to Key naval officials said The seaplane fell while flying from Nassau to will be summoned probably meeting Saturday ' of the present REVOLUTION REPORTED IN body will reach dublin sometime 23.By the provisional government's publicity it was this that the hody of Michael head of the provisional who was assassinated at would arrive in Dublin with collins during Associated Aug. 23.An Aug. 23.Accord- News dispatch from Dublin says it is ing to dispatches from a reliable believed that Collins was a revolutionary has gd by seven Free State staff broken out in the city of ' including Major General when Commander Caceres of the 15th was killed from ambush last ment stationed at Cuzco is said to | Several the dispatch have sent a message to President believed to have been killed or reporting 27 men and one i mounded during the attack on the killed and several wounded In an ' attack on the Cuzco the Free State military was killed at the moment when the dissipation of the irregular forces in the south was considered Central News dispatch says that Dalton himself was wounded in the PRESS MEMBERS MEET IN ATLANTA national funeral Aug. 23.Members the Associated Press will hold a meeting in the Ansley hotel at Atlanta at eleven oclock Thursday will be Aug. 23.A national funeral with full military honors will be accorded Michael The body will lie In state prior to interment in Glasnevin cemetery Is The can furnish you anything in the Paint Line you may Prices Aire Good Traded Phones arid attacks have been made against the life of Michael head of the provisional government and commander in chief of the Irish national The latest attempt was a bombing when his car was ambushed last Friday afternoon on the Dublin side of in connection with attack not indicate whether Mr. Collins was in the machine at the The driver was wounded and the car was a bomb and more than a score of shots being Dublin on April 17, while Collins was on his way home after having addressed a meeting at Naas county he was attacked by a group of some with who rushed his car and Collins party returned the fire and one of the assailants was Collins was not Mr. in addition to being commander in chief of the national army was finance in the Eireann He was of those who in obtaining a temporary injunction in New York on restraining Eamon de Valera or his agents from withdrawing funds collected for the Irish cause deported in banks in New York always an Sinn was among those leaders who while holding to the fundamentals of tradition for the freedom for Ireland Svill willing to effect a peace j vvith Great It became necessary in view of the recent operations of the government for thp recently in London from Dublin declared that the assassination of Collins was forecast in It was planned on Page 8) D. Aug. 23.The Federal Trade Commission yesterday directed Swift and Company of Chicago to divest itself of all the capital stock of the Moultrie Packing Company of and the Andalusia Packing of on the that the tion of the stock In violation of the Clayton commission It was that Swift and in 1917 acquired by purchase practically the entire outstanding capital stock of the and Andalusia it Is resulted in substantial lessening of competition these two companies and their The deal also the commission in the complete elimination of competi tion between the two companies and under the order of the commission is also to cease from further suppressing competition in trade heretofore existing between the Moultrie and An companies and from further controlling or operating in any manner plants and businesses of these two er serious Announcement Made of fought against any peace Meeting Today to Settle Said to Be Under Way in the New Aug. 23.^'he railway executives meeting here to consider proposals for settlement of the strike adjourned at 12:52 to 2:30 oclock after a discussion lasting over two no official statement was it was reported that certain counter proposals were under situation looks mighty Howard of the Northern said to a colleague In leaving the iSE Corporation Today Announced it Would Give 20 Per Cent Increase to Common Labor September J Plants 0., Aug. 23-r-All of the independent concerns in the Steubenville district announced today that they would follow the lead of the United States Steel Corporation in advancing the wages of day laborers 20 per cent. It is estimated that ten thousand workers will steel increases 23.President of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation today announced an increase of 20 per cent in the wage rate for common together with an equitable adjustment of rates for other effective September 1st. A Associated Aug. 23.---Devalera a cavalryman and consequently is more elusive than says the correspondent of the Daily who is with the national army in the and all members of his contingent are reported to be mounted on he bomb explosions as rail heads gather 111., Aug. 23.As the railroad executives gathered In New York today to consider the peace proposals submitted by the heads of the transportation acting as mediators In the the trouble on the Southern the principal from the walkouts of. the past few began to clear bombs kept the rail strike fever at a high stage In some of the nation's rail tremendous explosion early today in the roundhouse at shook buildings for three miles declared Aug. 23.Declaration that troops are necessary to cope with the strike was made by United States marshal who is directing protection of the properties of the Rock Island and Santa Pe Approximately 100 federal deputies were on duty early executives determined to oppose seniority with seniority rights decision of the steel corporations to raise the wages of laborers announced just twenty-four hours prior to the scheduled meeting of the was hailed by the strikers as a point in It not only justified their refusal to accept wage cuts fixed by the railroad labor they but was ample proof of an Impending Industrial boom which would put the with their thousands of bad order mona than ever In need of their old repair wage increase will put considerable fire into the veins of railroad declared David secretary of the Eastern strike railroad man will find It hard to understand why he should get a day when he could get for the same work in the steel the railroads don't settle with the it will be doubly difficult for them to hold the unskilled crafts in heads refrained from discussion of the possible effect of the steel move on rail strike They quick to offer numerous reasons why the steel interests should grant their men a raise at this critical was that some of the steel corporation who are also large investors in the took such means of making untenable to position steadfastly maintained by the headed by L. P. that the strike be allowed to continue finish rather than It be settled by returning seniority rights to the other quarters the raise to steel men was interpreted as an attempt to forestall a shortage of labor when coal miners get into full action and roads are called upon to take up the additional burden of record crop Thousand Bituminous Miners Will Receive About Per Day Raise in Daily Pittsburgh Operators Ready to Sign Associated Aug. 23.Forty thousand bituminous miners in West and Fayette counties today had before them the offer of Increased wages equal to the highest the mining Industry has ever these two generally known as a field before the call of the many of the men are now organized and the eyes of the nation are watching developments from the heart of the bituminous leaders representing 75 controlling ten thousand stated that they would almost unanimously up the nearly per day until recognition of the union is virginia may open D. 23.The West Virginia coal operators are preparing to sign up with the miners an agreement raising the basic scale from per day to it was reported today to Federal Fuel Distributor The New River it was has already signed Loree yesterday disclaimed any intention of putting the brakes on strike after that talk of peace is all members of the Eastern voicing similar indicated clearly that they will enter today's conference as a to oppose any plan for restoration of entered into the rail strike situation any one of according to representatives of roads and may vitally the action of the Association of Railway Executives when it meets today to consider peace proposals for mediation with the big five They The announcement that presidents of three powerful Eastern wage Aug. 23.The scale committee of the Pittsburgh Coal Association today ordered the 1920 and 1922 scales posted at all the mines owned and operated by its but declined to yield to the demands of the United Mine Workers that the provision of the scale be About 45,000 miners are 111., Aug. 23.Mines 01 central Illinois were assertions of with activity this morning after rail chiefs that they will enter the idleness since April 1 - today without having them which had prepared for of the as a re- opening had already hoisted coal of the LeHigh and Besler of the Jersey five last reports present were expected to arrive from x i in labor circles that several the in time to - A proposals were laid before the the conference of the Association The grant by the three cor- of a 20 per wage In- seniority was said to have to their several hundred written by Secretary of BY HOUSE Aug. 23.Mrs. Jane and died at the home of her here aged 85. day Assertion by F. president of the Delaware and Hudson and chairman of the Eastern president's that predictions of a strike settlement and peace in the were The announcement that several of the brotherhood chiefs are en route from the West with practical proposals for settlement of the which they will submit to rail executives if all other peace advances of the Association of executives refused to comment on the unexpected arrival of the three Eastern Their return on the same and in the midst of the present was admitedly especially since their respective vice presidents have been the nucleus of the group in the conference of the national has and an official of the of and containing provisions similar to Associated D. 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