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Bridgeport Standard Telegram (Newspaper) - July 21, 1919, Bridgeport, Connecticut STANDARD TELEGRAM 49 CAXXOX STREET Office Open All Day and A'ight, for News and Advertising. TEL. BARNtJJl 6100 THE WEATHER UNSETTLED (For Detailed Report and Miniature Almanac See I'affe 2.) VOL. LV, NO. 61 Knteied as second class matter at the post oitico at Bridgeport, Conn., under act 01 1S7U BRIDGEPORT, CONN., MONDAY MORNING, JULY 1919. Subscription rates: 12 cents a week; 50 cents a month; for six months; lor one year 16 CENTS. MINISTERS SCORE ALDERMEN FOR VIEWS ON IRISH ISSUE; PRIESTS DEFEND CAMPAIGN Theater's Seating Capacity Taxed, Despite Upholds Ireland's Desires, Supports Campaign. TROUP FLAYS MINISTERS Who Slurred Irishmen's Patriot- to Blood Shed for Cause of American Inde- pendence. More than persons packed Poll's theater yesterday afternoon where the drive for funds to aid In the setting up of an autonomous government in Ireland was form- ally launched by the Irish Educa- tional campaign. Defying the ram, crowds con- tinued to pour into the theater until all seating space was filled. Hun- dreds unable to find seats stood, as speakers, prominent among whom was Mayor Wilson, upheld the as- pirations of the Irish people for freedom and urged liberal support in the drive for funds. Denunciation of the protest made by the Pastors' association against the proposed flying of the flag of the Irish republic over the City hall and the holding: of a campaign for financial assistance here was voiced by Philip Troup of Xew Haven. Mr. Troup resented the slui cast by the ministers on the Ameri- canism of.Irishmen declaring: Jtesents Slur. "It was not an insult to true Americanism when the United States .was fighting against-the same tyrannical rula which England is now imposing on Ireland. It was not an insult to true Americanism when, in the time of George 'Wash- ington, the Irish people proved themselves the test friends of American independence. I; was not an insult to true Americanism when Dr. Beard Accuses City Fathers of Meddlesomeness in Recog- nizing Irish Measure "Silly" and Pompous. SINN FEINERS TRAITORS "Its Marks Are Treachery and He Be Called Bolshevism Save for Its "Religions Garb." Irish blood and brawn helped build up our country and defend it against the enemy. What came cries from the audience. Xor was it an insult to true Americanism, Mr. Troup continued, when an Irish regiment from this the allied colors side by fields of Flanders. Accusing- the board of alderman of meddlesomeness in following- the action of the United State Senate in giving recognition to the new Irish republic, Rev. Gerald II. Bcani, pastor of Park Street Congrega- tional church, yesterday denounced as seditious any movement to pro- mote "Sinn Fein doctrine aoJ Sinn Fein malignity" in this country. He was one of several members of the Bridgeport Pastors' association who made the Irish question the subject of their Sunday sermons. said Rev. IIr. Beard, "could well be more 'iledrtlesome Matty' in character than, the resolu- tion lately parsed by ihe D'mted States Senate concerning Trelamt, unless it be the silly and pompous document put out by the Board of Aldermen of Bridgeport informing :he National Congress that the time nad come to recognize tho 'pape- Irish Republic.' Sir Edward Carson might well say frankly the other day, 'America, attend to your own affairs. You look after your own Questions at home, and we will look after ours.' I am Quoting an Irish- man whose Irish ancestors have been fighting for Ireland for 600 years when I saj: 'Most of the trouble in Ireland at the nresent time is in Arteries. To talk of a downtrodden peopla is ridiculous.! Sum Fein "Treachery." "The politicians of the City Hall their own reasons for thiow Rev. George 'Donahue Believes Ministers' Statement Will Bring Greater Response Than Ever to Irish Fund Drive. WASHINGTON IMPERTINENT When He "Thrashed Dear Old England" Says Rev. M. J. Opposition to Ireland's Flag. The protest of the Pastors' Asso- ciation will have the effect of mak- ing the Irish drive for funds a pro- nounced success, Rev. George ,1. Donahue, pastor ot St. Augustine's R. C. church said yesterday morning in tho course of his sermon. Tlid ministers' statement, denouncing the project to tly the flag of the Irish republic over the city hall and endeavoring to stop tlio proposed campaign lor funds will liriiig- gz'eat- respouse than cier to the ap- peal here, he added: Father Donahue said, "began with a protest against Rome. This is simply another pro- test." The priest then called on his congregation to do all in their power to make the local campaign a suc- cess. "Action of fiigots." "The Bridgepoit FULL PEACE PACI New Clauses Provide for Repa- rations Similar to Those in, German Sum to Be Paid in Cash. TO REDEEM OLD DEBT Will Be Apportioned Among Various Parts of Former Em- Must Be Confined to Men. ing up their hats for Sinn Fein Whether we understand those rea- sons or not, it is likely that intelli- gent Irishmen see though their, and that perhaps is enough. They only make the average honest American reflect, as he has often had occasion to reflect before, that the good work of Americanization might well begin with the city fath- side across the ers-" Rev. Mr. Beard bitterly denounc- Offcrs Carson's Speech. I ed the Sina Fein society of Irelard "If they want to find a real in-' in his icmarks. 'Sinn Fein." suit to true he said, I sa'd, "stands for pretty nearly I advise them to read the recent proclamation of Sir Edward Carson They will find plenty of impudence in that." The United States went into the war, not to make a few small peo- ples free, but to make the entire world free, the speaker concluded. The principles upon which this country went to war arc more bind- ing upon the victors than upon the vanquished. John F. Cooney of Providence, It. I., regretted the recent demonstra- tion at Madison Square Garden when at an Irish meeting the name of President Wilson was hissed. He (Continued on Two) DOMESTIC SUGAR CROP WILL BE BUMPER ONE Government Forecast Yield Be Above Average for Past Six TVASHIXGTOX, July retail 'dealers tbrpughout the conn- for old Ireland." try are advising consumers they Sinn Fieri, accoiding have difficulty in obtaining normal stocks of sugar, the government forecast a domestic crop far e the average for the last six years. The Department of Agriculture, in an estimate based on July 1 crop conditions and unnounced today, predicts a crop of pounds. Such production would be 000 pounds more than the average of the preceding six years. of the bag ot the now Irish repub- lic from the city hall, has done much to solidify sentiment tor the Irian said. Kev. M. J. O'Con- nor, pastoi ol St. James' R. C. church, Htrattord, "The action of the bigots will result, I believe, in making it possible to raise not only the allotted to Bridgeport as her share of the Irish Educational fund, but a. sub- stantial sum over and above that amount." "The Pastors' con- tinued Father O'Connor, "tninlis it would be 'a gross impertinence to one of our Allies' to fly the tricolor of the new republic beside the Stars ana Stiipcs. "The Tories of 1778 thought George Washington impertinent ivlien lie, with tin, sturdy band of patriots, tlira.slipd dear old The descendants ot these same Tories think today the workers for Irian liberty aie grossly impertinent lo even suggest the Irish colcrs beside the American emblem. Uf cotiigo it so bad in Wash- ington's case. The 'devolution ilicr all was just a friendly dilferencc of opinion between blood cousins. The American patriots were just mis- guided, but these Irish patriots are so lough "in every druc and at ery cele- bration lor the past two years the flags of other nations have flown besides the Stars and Stripes and there has been never a protest. The Has-, the Italian, the Belgian, the French, and all the rest liiivc from tile city hall and there woe not peep, but at lirst mention of the Irish republic's em- blem there is discovered a statute prohibiting the living of a foreign loyalties among German-Americans, j flag besirle the Ameruan colors. As we will not have them among at Ihe Peace conference, we again Irish-Americans. They love Ire-j................ memory's bake and tradi- j tion. though none of them want to go back there, no matter how inde- pendent Ireland may be. They want Ireland to be free and to be happy. But they know enough that j freedom and happiness foi Ireland are not bound up with a separation from Great Britain, but only union, independence in local affairs, [and personal thrift. So do WP. That is the best good fortune we can BT THE ASSOCIATED JPKESS. PARIS, July full paaca conditions of the allied and ,assoclat- ed powers are liow in the hands of the Austrians. The first sections of the terms were presented to the Austrian delegates St. Germain on June 2, the final section being de- livered to them iat the same" place today wltliout ceremony by M. asta, secretary general of the conference. The terms comprise the whole treaty which Austria is asked to sign, includiing the reparation, fi- nancial, mjlitary and certain other minor were not ready for presentation when the official ceremony took place. In un accompanying memoran- dum the Austrians are granted tion in protecting against I flftcen tlllvs -n wnicl1 to make thplr exerythmg true blue Ameri- cans have no use for. Its marks are treachery, bigotry, selfishness, autocracy, the desire of the thrift- less lo lay hands on what belongs to the thrifty, and, murder. Save for Us religious garb, in Russia you would call it ism, in Ameri- ca 1. W. YV. "Stained with "Many Irish-Americans that ai e American first and always, really de- spise the whole Sinn Fein move- ment. Some of them will tell you so piivately. understand that, if we aie not have'hyphenated final observations, although they have already submitted a large number of notes on the terms pre- viously submitted tr- them. 'Phe Jfeiv T'l'ovi'dons. In addition to the published sum- mary of the terms on June 2, tho new clauses provide for reparation arrangements very similar to those in the treaty with Germany, includ- ing the establishment of an Austrian sub-section of the icparations com- mission, the payment of a reason- able sum in cash, the issuing of bonds .and the dellveiy of livestock and ccrtadn historical and art docu- The financial terms provide that the Austrian pre-wxr debt shall be apportioned among the various for- mer parts of Austria and that the Austrian coin.nore and war bonds Mexican Situation Grows Tense; Navy Department Awaits Eull Details of Attack on DANIELS' CALL FOR COMPLETE t INVESTIGATION UNANSWERED AS YET DUE TO RADIO BREJUf Expect Flood of Oratory on Peace Treaty in Senate Today Wilson Will Resume Conferences on Pact- tors Information on Shantung Deal. -Prepare to Give WASHINGTON, July 20 flood of. speeclimaking the treaty and League of Nations is to be loosed tomorrow in the Senate. For every day 'but Saturday addresses have been announced and several extem- poraneous speeches are expected. between' Republican Senators and President Wilson in- augurated last week through invita- tion from tho White House will be resumed tomorrow. The names 01 the Senators who will g-o lo the White House tomorrow have not been announced. The Senate foreign relations com- mittee tomorrow will renew its study of the treaty. Keply from the President and state department to resolutions requesting information on the Shantung clause are expected during the week. May Fish'. A flurry in the Senate ovpr the daylight saving repeal controversy is expected early this week with the calling up of the agri- cultural bill minus the rider for lepeal oC law The Senate agricultural committee will take up the House measure tomor- row. Advocates of the daylight re- peal rider arc said to contemplate dropping- their light in view of the two House votes last week sustain- ing Piesident Wilson's veto of the re- peal plan. Healings on the United States employment service bill will be closed tomorrow by the Senate and House labor committee with James A. Emery of the National Assoeu- tion of Manufacturers as the linal witness Piiithcr inquiry is planned this week by Senate committees into ob- jections lo Senate confirmation, of the nominations of A. Mitchell Palmer as attorney general; John Skelton Williams as comptroller of the currency; John Barton Payne as a member of the shipping board, and William K. Goni-ales of South Carolina to be American ambassa- dor, to Peru. NATIONAL COMMITTEE OF A. F. OF L. ORDERS STRIKE VOTE OF STEEL WORKERS Work of Polling Em- ployes of U. S. Steel Cor- poration to Be Begun. Pa., July The American Federation of La- bor's national committee for or- ganizing: iron .gint] steel workers, m session here today, ordered the tak- ing of a strike vote of or- ganized employes m the United circulating in t'ne separated terri- States Steel corporation and other tory shall he taken up by the new jron and steei and allied indiis- governm-ents and redeemed us they SCd fit. IfilUary Power Clipped. Piiiagi'aph five relating to the military, says that Austrian army shall not exceed thirty thou- sand men, including officers and depot troops. Within three the Austrian military forces shall be reduced to thus number, unnersal military service abolished and voluntary enlistment substituted, as pint of the plan "to render possible the initiation of a general limitation of armaments of all nations." The auny shall be used exclusive- see the sipnV.Vo jriph Xeccl .A GRAIN CORPORATION AND DEALERS REACH AGREEMENT Buyers pay Enter Into Contract GOTfi-nniont Priuc ior Wheat. to (Continued on Page Two) SHAtiTUtIG DECISION IS A GLARING INJUSTICE Believes Pekin to Tsing Tao Rail- road Will Place Japs in Complete Control of China. WOMAN; 86, DIES AFTER FALLING DOWNSTAIRS Miss Emily E. Warner Succumbs hi Hospital Following Mishap. Miss Hm.'y 13. Warner. SS, of 185 Seelei street, died Saturday at the Bridgepoit hospital. She tell down- stairs on Julj and sustained a fracture of the hip. romplicauons iet in causing her death. The funeral will be held today from the sen ice i oom of Hawlci and Ti'iimot. S66 Lafajette stieet at a. m. tomorrow. The com- mittal service and burial wi'l be in cemetery. Nerv Haven. to Rev. Mr. Beatcl it selfish, inconsistent, stain- ed with murdei, and bigoted. Kiiropemi Catholics Bigoted. "For the most part American Catholicism is liberalized by its en- not said the preacher. "Over in Eu- rope it is bigoted to tho core. Sinn Fein is hand and Rlovc in with that sort of An irishm-in here m our own city said Kndaj. 'This is nothing in the world but .1 Catholic move.' He was- not Protc.-- tant, bul an Roman Catho- lic pi lest who said to one of our (Continued on Page DENOUNCES THE LEAGUE XEW.YOKK. July. settle I the long standing dispute between jlatmers and grain buyers a.s to a pi nper price basis for whom, United States Grain corporation Ins entered nito a contract with hiiv- PIS wherebj the Intlpi agree "to le- fiect piopeily to producers the gov- ernment's guaianteed price foi various grades of it was an- nounced heie tonight. BOSTON STRIKE ENDS AS WORKERS ACCEPT lioston Ijinos Will Tie In Opera (Ion Tliis MoniiiiR- After 4 UinV Idleness. It J1- Xev "Holy Alliance' To Suppress Ti ec Cos! Atttomobiling Derby Forces Doctors to Raise Fees in DERBY. July High Cost of Automobiling is blamed along with the good old High Cost of Living for an increase in physicians' rates in Ansonui ,T Derby. The charge of hnusr' calls was boosted trom to 52.JO. with a proportionate m- crpase in the for office calls. The .nrreased cost of automobi'e tires, and fuel used by the donors in mak- ing their calls k held equally re- sooiwi'blp with the H. C. of L. for the increased charges. Juo JU At tni- con- vention of the Coniieciuut UrniK-K of the American Labor Prt'i ty hc'ltl here jesterday morning M Tohcan Bennett of Hurtfoi-u, Tnnoth> C'rowley of Hartlord and K. J. Folu; of Xew Britain were chosen, as dclc- gates to tiie conference of I Irom the local and btatc blanches of the party and the non-partisan league to be held in Chicago next month to make plans of a national convention ot" the partv next ycai. At the comention the following resolution was adopted copies of wmch will be pent to the j two senators from Connecticut: "Resolved: That we absolutely condemn the League of in us present form inasmuch as it Js no League of Nations in anything j name, but is another! Hon All.ance tuoh as produced thp I causes ot tho great world war and) from which we fear others are I hound to arise, a-- it appears to be nn international constabulaiy ciinrg- j pci the duty of suppressing the efforts of of the to free thernsehes from the perils of BOSTON July I'mnn car- men ho are emplovcd on the Bos- ton Elevalod R.iihvaj unanimously at ;i inceling on thp Common late today to accept the award made by the local boaul of nrb trillion and return tn woi k at 4 o'clock tomorrow mornhii; They have bern on strike since Thurs-dav morning. NEW YO.RK, July of Both the Japanese and Chinese delegations to the peace conference leached here today on the Aquitania and spokesmen for both sides is- sued statements regarding; tho Shantung award. Quo Tai-Chl. a Chinese technical delegate to the conference, said thp decision involves a glaring injustice lo t'hina. "ltt is true that Japan lia.s promi- sed to muni Shantung, but .she will return but a shadow and keep thti hody. She will retain control the railroads nnd establish a Jap- sptllement which will dorm- ale the icffion." "With fortified al Daiien, (I'nit Arthur and Manchuria she will absolutolv the ip- lo Pekin and al] of China and with her I'ckin to Tsing Yao lalrnad, tin? Japanese scheme for the iib.solute contmt of China nil; be pompk'tc Turn accompanied bv K. Aclarlu, leader thfi Japanew Hnusp of Commons, both technical adusoir- for Japan in Ihe confer- ciirp. saul liipan was entirely satis- fieri with the pcncp terms, and that liei ilclpR.itp.- cannot nnileistnnd n In China ilocs not take a .-jimilir altitude iron tries throughout tjie country. Tak- ing ot the vote will start at once and be. completed ;n 30 days. In addition to the organized workers, an effort will be made to secure the votes of unorganized workers, ac- cording to the committees. The strike vote will be taken by the 2i established international unions con- stituting the national committee. The light ol collective bargaining is the cliief demand of the union, said an announcement by the coiu- Jttee, which issued a list contain- thirteen other demands includ- establishnicnt en' the eight-hour day; increases in wuses -sufficient to guarantee American standards of ving and abolition of company unions. John ,T, Fitzpatrick of Chicago, president of the Chicago Federation of Labor and chairman of the Xn- tional committee, following today's meeting said, "The time lias passed for words, we aie talcing action." EATS HEARTY GOES IN FOR A SWIM AW DIES AS RESULT Earl Roys of East Meriden Striken in Water At Myrtle Beach. mil me MYRTLE BEACH, July 20. (Spe- standing: in about three feet of water 12 t'cet from shore heie this afternoon Karl Roys, 24. of 51 Hooper street, East Men-, den, was seen to fall, and when friends reached him lie was uncon- scious. The young man was carried to the beach where he died, physi- cians' pronouncing death due to acute indigestion and cramps Roys, with George Spem-er of Meriden and J. L. Godson of -South Meriden, were spending the week-end at a cottage here. About p. m Roys finished a hearty dinner and announced his intention of going into tho water. Receipt of Report to Be Followed by Demand oitt Carranza for Punishment of Culprits or Dil-f Must Suffer for on Correll and Wife, State Department cides. BY ASSOCIATED -PRESS. 1-' WASHINGTON, July Mexican government to representations made by the United States in connection withf the murder of John ,W. Correll, an American citizen, and the att on his wife near Tampico recently, has stated that it would "b POPE SENDS MESSAGE TO GERMAN BISHOPS Hopes Devastation Due To War Will Be Repaired As Soon Possible. "Drys" in House to Make Onslaught on Private Hoarding Clause TVASHI.VGTO.V, July fight to strike from the prohibi- tion enforcement bill the clause that "it shall not be unlawful to possess liquors in one's own dwelling" wijl be made tomor- row In the House by prohibition forces. This was made known today by members who declared ihe bill as row framed permitted wholesale hoarding by peisons, reported to have put awav enough WHIPS and liquors tu last thpm the rest of their lives. The genern! view was thnt the House li.-ifl sone about-as far as conservatives thought wise nith drastic provisions. Republic.ui Leader Mnndell sa'd i ho 'measure would be taken up tomorrow and kept before House until passed, but members said they had predicting whpr. a vote in'ghi be reached. no efforts in the prosecution and punishment of those for a odious." Although neither the State nor the Navy departments any further information today regarding the attack and rohh July 6 of a boat load of American sailors from the U. S. S. enne in the Temesi river near Tampico, Mexico, the incident tinued to eclipse all else in interest in official circles. 'SITUATION GRAVE There was no attempt to the gravity of the situation pressed: in official circles when-lifeS first repprts reached the state ieKSs-K' partment yesterday. i'k-43a.' Additional information is cxpecwdjv' by both departments within a, YefxS', few days, probably tomorrowi, the navy department it was said'tfiafc- there had been nothing indicate whether the note of iser Tampico, who reported the had been received by the Delay Expected. REMINGTON ARMS CO. DENIES SALE RUMOR Works Manager Say.1- AVillvs-Orer- laiul Peal Ts Par From Conbiimiuution. Officials of the Remington Arms company domed last night tho ru- mor thnt Hie TVillys-Overland com- pany of Toledo, Ohio, hart sent on a number of accountants to exannnu the records and books of the muni- tion plan preliminary to connplet- ing the'purchase of the big plant Edward K. Ryan, general woi U.s manager, stated that hfl Idr as he knew the deal was at Tar trom cnn- Ntuninnilon it hud been at thr (imp the olIicinK vl.iltetJ the plant un jn inspection tr.p. COL0GXE, July People's Gazette says Pope Benedict has sent a message to the German bish- ops in which the Pontiff expresses the hope that Germany will repair the devastat'nn due to the war as soonas poss ile and that she will un- der no circumstances permit any ac- tion which would bring mill to' M f I alpi rope as well as to Germany The! lerror ITOOpS Masters Of the. government message also urges, the farmers to be generou.s in supplying indispens- able to the residents of eitiaes. SEA GIRT LAUNCHED N J., July The ton combination cargo and passenger ship Son dirt which stuck on the ways at the Xcw York Ship yard on June 21, was launched today. 11 iss Elizabeth Thompson, of ItPd Bunk, X J., was the sponsor, ship left the ways today wilh- oul Die aid oC hydraulic rams. It 'iv.is originally designed as a troop Hh I p Distributed to the Proletariat. i ___ inability lo communicate direct-' wireless with the to" the existence in the Gulf of of what is known by radio as a mesw' sage undoubtedly would have "to, transmuted overland wires froml Galreston, Texas to Tampico atiAV telegraphic communication .over -Mexican wires is subject to consid-. erabie delay. While Commander Finney doubtedly has investigated the affaiu" thoroughly it was pointed out iu view of the request for a "fuller re- port and result of might deem it expedient co further before reijlying, I The attack on the American sail--' I ors was an incident which I all other matters in interest in. tbef-' capital today and it is expected .theS; state department after oE''3 further details will ask the CarraaltfV? za government to apprehend 'affitOJ'. punish the assailants. If unablei carry ci.t this request diplomatic practice, the Carfanz next will be asked disavow the attack. %M It was learned today I point on the Temesi river j American sailors were only three m.les in a direct from the outskirts of finals here in close touch i Mexican situation estmiate that therfen. BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. BERLIN, July new reign of terror exists in Budapest, ay- are at least cording to a despatcn from the in the Tam.pico district. The atfank on the Correll occurred near Colonia, about miles from Tampico. late in Junl His assailiants, reported to numbered about 30, also maltreate his wife and slightly son. "red u tvpitai to the T.igrehlatt, and tcrroi" in us worst iorm if The dispatch t.iys so-c.illod "ter- ror troopV ;iro now nuislcrb of the capital, and that they stormed the disarmed the troops (Continued on PaffC Two) WRENCHES HEEL FROM SHOE EXTRACTING IT FROM WOOD PAVEMENT LEAGUE OF NATIONS l BLESSING OR MENACE-WHICH? Get both sides of this momentous question by two leaders eminently qualified to lay bare the reasons for and against the proposed the debate on the subject between Senators Hitchcock and McCormick which will begin in tomor- row's issue of the Standard Telegram. Bear in mind that Sena- tor McCormick is leading the opposition in the Senate, while Senator Hitchcock voices, when he speaks, the views of the President. These men will discuss the question from every angle in a series of six articles to be carried exclusively by the Standard Telegram beginning tomorrow and ending in the Sunday Post on July 27. ORDER FROM YOUR DEALER TODAY. Young Woman with Escort Finds Difficulty Crossing Golden Hill Street. All Corset Workers to Strike At 10A.M., Union Heads Say Leaders Declare General Walk-Out Today Is Reason tor Strike, M. M. Downer Asserts in Statement. MYSTERY SHROUDS I ATTEMPT TO KILL Marjorie Smith, 21, 210 Street, X. Y., Found Uncon- .--cious on street. Ten u'eloi'H this rnuniing is set of'all pieef-worlc pru-cs, ami all Last msr'it ;i voung woman, with the "spider" type of heel, walked along the west side of Main aLreel with an escort When Golden Hill ytrpet was reached, one nt her high lieels caiigbt in a, bad spot in the wood block paving there, and when fhe tried to wrench it loose, toie olf Her escort grow quite indignant about the natter, and muttering something about "reporting the mat- ter to the street department" hailed a public .service auto and the couple proceeded a-n-heel. instead of a-foot to (heir destination. Thp wood block pavement at Ihe Epnt has been splintered and loin up by heavy trallic that gaping holes have been made. ROY 11UET AT PJjAY. Harry Felton. S, of 681 Broad street, foil while at play esterday and received a gash on the forehead. He -was treated at Emergency bv the committee of th ami imtice.s 10 eileut nine been potted m the fac- toiy toi seW'tal da...-. "Closed Shop "I understand there is nothing to strike except llic- principle of the closed shop: this our company will not agree to Our position is DM! Hi s principle is uii-Amc: lean and i unfair. i of our empkives aie nor membeis of the union, and so lar as I can ascertain through 0111 committee ail aie -aiisiieil .Most ol tliem haie ueeii emplmed by compjm from thice to ten yean and 1 the rc'iiuons HK> pleasant and liar- mony has tMstul. -No Reason to Strike. "i should regret very much if anj i strike or diilieuliy should occur to upset the buHiHss lelutions of the company ind its and 0111 Binpio.ies tepi by their committee, feel tue .-ame. "1 cnnnot .-en what there is for our corset to strike for, and should thev be> deprived from' earning their Ihing through any arbHrarj action of a few radical's who have no grievance whatsoever, it h" -An atmosphere of______ rounds the finding of 21 of 210 West 72nd street, N. in an unconscious- condition on Harmony street late Saturday uiglit; after she had attempted suicide'-bjr iodine. She was treatSd laxwel! of Emergency 1 removed to St. for tieatraent. It was said night that she will Hiss Smith said while being re-'4 moved to the hospital that she hasv been despondent for many weeks. She would not say it was a affair that caused her to grow de-, -spondem. It nas near 123 street that the woman was found people at that address were to give any information about She wid later that she was fi .ends in Bridgeport but to give their name. DO NOT LEAVE TOWN THIS SUMMER without first making arrange- ments to have The Standard Telegram follow you to your' vacation home. 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