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   Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - July 20, 1922, Naugatuck, Connecticut                                Showera tonight Friday A Newspaper ftr Heine Clean and rf t VOL XXVII NO 285 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS THURSDAY JULY 20 1922 PRICE THREE These Figures Are Approximate and Based Upon Rate of Production Just Prior to Strike Which Was Enormous MINERS AND RAILWORKERS IN STRIKE Kail Slrike Js NOW In tinThird Week ami Trackmen NunilxMini Arc Thiemenini to Walk PnblJt UiIJ Sufler ihe Jjiumiicii as thr lil null SERVICE AGAINST STRIKERS EXPECTED TODAY i The an Public Will Com i in Mither No kin I Nr S si iiff July twin urikM to date have of to iployers and American in rally ami tho grow to nient sUitisti rail b day by gover Mil knun and in tlu in wujivs in both tiu u tlif coal The to coal and s is operators ton Tor liavo bttn luriiH the 1 i wcisks of tlu approximately total IOH in coal produr bji nnilnons and anthracite I at 000 000 tons wuok I s in point uf w a ir Tin1los to iKtirini n avcnw oi bituminous coal that would One of Most Prominent Attorneys in Connecticut Will Be Heiained to Defend Nev Haven Men Tin I inn bol li U lh am TliiMc tinures it was explained approxiiiKiie and based upon rate of production just prior to slrilitwhich was enormous Out in TiVlps be number ol men on strike In pvin is bef 1 tliDso lire and rail workers Inmen involved In strike bit u ruinous minor1 mthraclte miners oi the mi tiers on have joined llu un ihe flute of the I l thousand Ue Ml1 SUill o V i I I sin IM April i wtilkout uiMi invo ilirlllile sli oiin era I Imiars tinmen el ill thi more anil oilers rail haii and others from various hoods including about ol way men Tim are outlaw strikers action has not been author heir chiefs The rail strike its third week luiving stnrt I Trackmen numbering e I h rtal en i u t o walk out Public Uill Sullcr Most ill suffer the most in will be caught Tinpubli 111 uch as the public in and slrikMM continue the public ntiVr from lack of facilities to its and from lack of If ihe strikes public will have to foot die twin tieups New Haveii July Service of restraining order secured last night by counsel for the New Haven road against shop strikers was expected to made this afternoon the docu ment having reached the offices of United States Marshal Jacob D Wal ter early this afternoon The strikers planned today to se cure counsel to represent them when the restraining order is returned to tho U S court on July 29 One of the most prominent lawyers in the will be retained by the men to protect their interests Moro Men to Go Out Strike leaders here today de clared that tho maintenance of way men on the system will strike tomor row They further asserted that when foremen of the shops who re fused to go out on strike received their pay envelopes yesterday for the two weeks period they found in them a months wages as a reward for their loyalty to the road About 3HO foremen arestill at work in the shops of the New Haven road Report was made to the strikers here today that the stationary engi neers fire in on and oilers at Midsvay and Maybrook New York had gone out on strike S tut cm or t of Xtw Haven Uoiul The New Ffaven statement today j declared that tho operation of freight and passenger trains is normal It was announced thai train S2f from Berlin to Now Haven was an nil led last night because of delays which had enabled the following train to and the passengers It was stated that often resorted to is no strike Quo S i j catch up with it transferred this practice is even when there hundred work an roday inort m on the shops were reported at on the day shift STRIKE BREAKER GETS FOUR MONTHS JA3L Was iisliMl m of Drunk nes am Carrying Concealed Weapons the freight 1 coal rates are bound to soar issues involved in either defined are fnvolvcd In Coal Strike In coal strik Demand by the ls Tor renewal ut ical o say minors that the of contracts be with the old contracts hut there must be provision for continuation of the checkon guar nnlee ol1 the right of collective bar gaining of tho union and no reduction t wage scale The coal operators to oon tracls on such a basis ciahuiriK costs ol production make alteration ol1 imperative Issues in Strike In Ihf rail striki Demand o1 the shopcrafts that tlio railroad labor bosiril rofttMiul its ar dor reducini wes I hut here os tablisned a voluntary national adjust men thai there he immediate t out system in Ihe ofronlnut repair work and thai there be restoration t1 the original 7 working jcov shop craft vat t In1 issiu nien on strike direct with tin vi ml not with board The strike area la Indefinable in the rail except that it is lined insoOiias sporadic violence is concerned lo he and southwes tern sections of the Country with a tendency to crop up Into tlio Illinois urea July 0 Mirhael is aliened lo be a breaker in the local railroad was sentenced to four months in jail by Judge William 1 Larkin n the police court today He was arrested on charges of drunkenness and carrying concealed weapons having a revolver and 10 cartridges In his possession according to the po lice He was found guilty on both oonnts being sentenced to three months for carrying a concealed and ono month for intoxica mltfo Larkin remarked in sentence that he was too erous a man to be at delegation of the striking New These six women noted for their constructive work for good government unite in urging every woman citizen to vote in their party primaries At a meetinghiCleveland plans were made for an educational campaign to inform women of the country of the facts about primaries through the training for citizenship department of the League of Women Voters The women pictured above are Mrs Maud Wood Park president of the National League of Women Voters and head of the division of legislation and law enforce ment in Washington IX Mrs Richard Edwards Peru first of the division ot or ganization Miss Belle Sherwin Claveland second vicepresident director of the training for citizenship department Mrs Solon Jacobs of Birmingham vicepresident special representative to aid states with their legislative programs Miss Elizabeth Hauser Girard secretary and head of the division of pub licity and Miss Katherine Ludington Hartford treasurer He Finds No Criminal Responsibility on Part of D J Conroy Driver of Gar That Struck Little Girl S Mi nnssr HE weapon tion J pacing dan A shopnurri will wait on Mayor iiiilfoilo here tomorrow and request him to dellno the status of supernu merary policemen assigned to duty in connection with the strike if being Maimed that some of tho supernu meraries are being employed as breakers is the desire of the o hold conferences road executives the railway labor The Strike Area The itlrike area in the coal war Is more severe in the four states com petitive Meld comprising Ohio llll iiois Indiana and western Pennsyl vania It is generally conceded that Pennsylvania and Wost Virginia will bn the battle grounds where the ability of operators to mine coal In the fact of the strike will be put to severest tests No anthracite mine will be re as anthracite mine is and every anthra eite miner is strike FORMER STATE SENATOR TU7TLE ADJUDGED INCAPABLE Kasl IflHVon Man SnUl to Have With Kstnlo 3Vrsonnl Property Without Consideration ormer Tuttle of incapable by Judge New Haven luly 20 State Senator Dwight W Kast Haven was adjudged of managing his affairs John Ciilson of the probate court hero yesterday and Harry J Post a rela tive of Mrs Tuttle was appointed conservator of the estate and person of the former senator with authority to bring whatever actions at law are reasonable and just to recover any and all property which may have boon illegally transferred by said 13 wight W Tuttle to other It further set up that Mr Tut tle by reason of in com potency has parted with a large amount of iind personal property to other ions without consideration The ties are named in the order Tuttle besides serving as stnfe sena tor was for many years liquor prose cutor in the old Twelfth Senatorial district and one time federal Indian agent in the west He was reputed to bo wealthy real per par Mr The Stork Market New York July 20 1 N S Strength continued to characterize the trading in stocks today and business was fairly active American Can rose 14 to S7 BS Mexican Pete was 1i up at 167 12 Royal Dutch advanced 12 to 5H 7S Texas company was up 14 to 46 Pan Arnorican Pete moved up 3S to 7 4 Stiidebaker yielded 7S to 137 58 while United States was unchanged at 101 12 CJonioy the Coroner Very Slowly inul iis Far Over OH His Own Hide of Mm Hiftluvny as Ho Statcs Stnited o Him in of Automobile When She Was Struck Coroner John T iVIonzani of Wa terbury has beoi conducting an inveytigaliou into the death on June 11 of littlesevenyearold Catherine Pappano which resulted from in juries received when she was struck by automobile driven by Dennis J Conroy of Torrington made pub lic his findingtoday He finds that the childs death was caused by a fracture of the skull which fracture was received when she was struck by the automobile but that her death was net caused by any criminal act omission or negligence on the part of Mr The fatal accident occurred on High street while the members of Centennial lodge I O O were returning from Grove cemetery they had conducting memorial exercises Mr Conroy was driving routh and is said to have been proceeding slowly and keeping on his right side of the road The child it is said started to run in front of the machine when she was struck by the bumper of the car and knocked down and so badly injured that she died within a short time At the time the accident oc curred Chief of Police William T Morris was driving behind the auto driven by Mr Conroy and it was in his car that the child was rushed to the office of Dr J 1 Carroll Conroy was formally takvi into cus tody after the accident but was re leased pending the finding of the coroner Just when his case will be brought before the borough court was not learned today Coroner Monzanis finding is as fol lows Having been notified on the elev enth day of June A D 1922 that Catherine Pappano a white female seven years of age had come to a sudden violent and untimely death at the town of Naugatuck New Ha ven county I at once made all proper inquiry respecting the manner Hungerford High street High street High street 2J Hill street 38 rear 13 Scott and cause of said death After ssid inquiry and having reason to suspect said death was caused by the crim inal act omission or carelessness of another I ordered an autopsy to be performed upon the body of said Catherine Pappano which autopsy was performed by Dr Frank J Tut medical examiner for Beacpn Falls and and 1 held an inquest as to the manner and cause of said death Said inquest was conducted at thetown of Nau gatuqk The following named wit nesses were examined Dennis J Conroy 30 street Torrington Conn Tomasso Damiani 44 Naugatuck Conn John A Fanacea 45 Naugatuck Conn Joseph C Figuira Naugatuck Conn William C Hard Naugatuck Cpim Leon C Hoadley street Naugatuck Conn George A 12 Fairview avenue Naugatuck Conn Frank 13 Jenner 13 Carroll court Naugatuck Conn Julia L McCarthy 14 Seeley street Danbury and 8 Wilson street Torrington Conn Chief William T Morris Nauga tuck police department Charles H Price 1453 South Main street Naugatuck Conn Naxzarenne Schiarieli 256 South Main street Naugatuck Conn Having considered all of mony taken at the inquest together with the report of the autopsy filed by Dr Tuttle I on the twentieth day of July A D 1022 made the fol lowing finding concerning said death Shortly after 4 oclock on the af ternoon of June 11 A D 1922 the Odd Fellows of Naugatuck were re turning down South Main street from observing their memorial day exer cises They were marching in the clirectlon of Naugatuck and at a dis tance of about 25 feet behind the rear rank Chief William Morris of the Naugatuck police department was following them in an automobile so as to stop all north bound traffic except such as could pass the parade when tlie path between the parade and the westerly side of South Main street was clear The rear rank of the parade had passed High street and was approaching the stairs which leads from South Main street to Che rear of the building situated on High street when a Packard coupe driven by Dennis J Conroy oi Torrington started up the open lane be tween the parade and the westerly side of the highway Conroy was driving very slowly and keeping as far over on his own side of the high way as possible About the same time the deceased was walking up on the easterly side of High street between the parade and the edge of the road Deceased reached the end of the road before Gonroy did and then started across to the westerly sideof the highway between the rear rank of the parade and the automo CoDtinued oa Page BATTLES RAGING NEAR LIMERJCK ANDWAIIRFORD Report That Rebels in County Cork Had Made Overtures for Peace Brings Statement From Free State Officials By Daniel OConnell I N S staff Dublin July 20 Battles were raging today at Limerick and Water ford between free state troops and republican irregulars Irregulars raised the drawbridge leading to Waterford hampering the movement of the free staters Regu lars then took up a position on the crest of Mount Misery and opened up a terrific fire with light artillery ma chine guns and rifles Free state forces are reported to have captured King John castle at Limerick in a storm assault There was a clash here early today between free staters and rebels but so far as known there were no seri ous casualties Opposed o Free staters are meeting with op position in Donegal Sligo Galway Limerick and Tipperary counties Reports that the rebels in County Cork had made overtures for peace brought forth the following state ment from the headquarters of the free state army Peace built upon compromise with forces that have behaved as the irregulars have behaved would be a peace too costly for the Irish nation to Free state troops claim not to con trol Leinster Monoghan Cavan Lei trim Roscommon and Clare Military Lorries HI own Vp Belfast July 20 Three military lorries filled with free state troops were reported today to have been blown up by land mines planted by republican irregulars near the Ulster frontier Irregulars in the Tulla more and Birr districts are said to be conscripting all males over 14 years of age Jersey Homl Kofi Fined Westport July 20 T N S Mich ael Antonio of West Hohoken N when fined and costs by Judge Hyatt today for alleged hogging the road in his auto called the judge a robber1 and expressed simi lar sentiments concerning the state and county authorities He was fined an additional for his re marks and subsided Bills to Twenty Norwalk July N S Louis Wilkins colored of 142 W 142nd street New York City arrested here on a charge of r attempting to pass a biilwhifih had been raised to on Samuel Lovy of Water street confessed the police say thathe was a member of a gang of New Yorkers who have been raising the denomin ation of bills He was held until to morrow and federal authorities noti fied SENATE COMMITTEE TURNS DOWN HENRY FORDS MUSCLE SHOALS OFFER BY VOTE 9 TO Auto Manufacturer Characterized aslTIir MCW RAVFN ROAD Head of Piratical Corporation 1HL HtW I1A1L11 Seeking Virtual Donation of From Taxpay ers of Country FORD CONSIDERS THESE CHARGES AS OLD STUFF1 Declares He Intends to Stand Put on His OHginal Offer to Take Over This Giftantic her Says Rejection of His Offer Will Mean Only the Heginninsc of a More Determined Fijjht on His Tart to Save Muscle Shoals for the Public ISSUES STATEMENT ON COURT ORDER By Warren W Wheaton I N S staff Washington July of being the philanthropist and magical benefactor of millions of peopjer as his admirers have pictured him Hen ry Ford was characterized today as tho head of the piratical corpora tion seeking through his bid for Mus cle Shoals a virtual donation of from the taxpayers of the country These charges against Ford and his effort to get control of Muscle Shoals made today by the ma jority report of the senate agricul ture committee which voted 9 to 7 against accepting his offer The re port was presented to the senate by Senator George W Norns republi can of Nebraska who led tho fight against Ford in committee Enormity of Gift Wanted The enormity of the gift Ford asked is very beyond human concep tion the report declared It was added that acceptance of the Ford offer would have merited everlast ing condemnation of the congress The report ripped the Ford bid to pieces in one of the most scath critical documents ever eman ating from the nations capitol It charged an attempt to obtain the greatest gift ever bestowed upon mortal man and asserted without mincing words that the public has been victimized by propaganists into believing Ford proposal a just and fair one Pretly If Ford Won Ford the report asserted not only wanted the property with its water power potentialities greater than any project in the world at unreason able terms but in addition demand ed that the government furnish all the money for its development and tho of the country assume all the risk involved The senaio commit fee report warned The acceptance of Mr Fords of fer turns hack the clock of progress and opens the door wide for the of natural resources by corporations and monopolies without restriction without regulation and without re If this proposition is accept ed the fight for the preservation of he natural resources of the country s lost The surrender to special in terests and monopolies is absolute and a precedent is established that will take from the control of the people the greatest resources that over have been given to man by an A11 wise to Ford Has No Answer o MaUo Detroit July 20 I N Ford has no answer to make to the charges contained in the icnate committees report on his of VMto buy Muscle Shoals From imirces close to Mr Ford it was tnted that Mr Ford considers the iharges old and intends stand pat on his original ake over the gigantic Mr Fords position today was de Jared to be substantially the same is that expressed in a letter to Julius Kahn of the House Mili ary committee on May 31 In this etter Ford declared that only con gress had the or re ject the proposition and warned that ejection would mean only the he of a more determined light on his part to save Muscle Shoals or the Tells of a Long List of Alleged Acts of Intimidation of Lives of Passengers Endangered New Haven July 20 Service of the temporary restraining ordex granted last night by Federal Dis trict Judge Edwin S Thomas on be half of the New Haven road against the striking shopmen was begun to day The order is returnable to the Uuited States court in this city July 29 The federal law prohibits the granting of an injunction without a hearing but permits the issuance a restraining order the effect of which is practically the same as a temporary injunction Following a hearing the court may decide wheth er or not a temporary injunction issue The road in a statement announc ing the issuance of the order recited a long list of alleged acts of intimi dation of employes of the road by the strikers and acts alleged to have endangered tho lives and safety passengers on the railroad Im pose of the Compjmy The statement says that the pur pose of the company in applying for an injunction against interference with its employes and property is to secure protection of the law so that tho public may properly served with transportation of passengers and property and that the United States mails may be carried all without obstruction or hinderance from the strikers Some of the offenses alleged to have been committed in violation of the law since Inly 1 according to the railroad are Interference with the air bralcea on trains assaults upon and threats against employes and officers protect ing employes on duty and at home assaults hi some oases committed by masked strikers threats against wives and in one instance threats to kidnap the children of employes damage to company property by stones thrown by congregated strik ers Railroad Company Rightfl The railroad company defines tho rights of employes during a strike as follows To be at his work at his home or to go between work and home with out being threatened intimidated assaulted or even offensively spoken to or followed by groups of persons To have his home and family free from molestation by gesture or lan guage intended to insult or intimi date To be free from talk or argument forced upon him against his will The company lins the same rights as when no strike is on to its continues the to maintain its property free from interference or trespass by those pre viously in its Cites Pivsidonls IVoelamat ion The statement cites the presidents proclamation concerning protection of commerce and carriage of the mails and says this necessar ily involves ihe of workera The statement concludes The romnnny in deeply sensible ot the able and effective efforts of the municipal and state authorities to enforce law and order The action which it has taken is to supplement these efforts and to cooperate in ev ery way for the protection of life and TRUCK LOAD OF ALCOHOL SEIZED IN RIDGEFIELD PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICANS HAVE SWEPT NEBRASKA Id Guard Machine Hcadcri by Gov ernor MrKelvie a Complete Wreck Lincoln July 20 I N With only 220 out of the pre incts in the state missing sive republicans have swept Nebra ka for every office from nheriff to United States senator As the vote ounty progresses Adam McMuIlen ook the lead today from Charles H Randall for governor thus com the wreck of the old guard machine headed by Gov S R Me lt el vie McMuIlen Vho has promised to clean the state house from cellar to is leading Randall by 327 votes arid the precincts are not expected to change the result Found by Policeman Concealed Beneath What Appeared to He a of Furniture Ridgoflehl July Police man John C Kelley of the local bar racks this forenoon seized o truck driving toward Danbury on the bury road near this city containing a load of grain alcohol in cans which were concealed beneath what ap peared to be a load of household goods John H Williams a negro who gave his address as 22 Elm streeti New Britain and Tony Ginal li also of New Britain who were in charge of the truck were arrested and locked up here pending a hear ing The truck had stopped at a ga7 rage for repairs and the suspicious actions of Williams and Ginalli who appeared to be extremely nervous resulted in their arrest The truck load of alcohol was brought here The police say that a number oC trucks have been going through the town lately in the same direction as that seized today It is thought pos sible that todays arrests may have interrupted a regular traffic in liquor Mrs Mnllory Homo Today New York July 20 T N Moll a BJursledt Mallory womans tennis champion of America is due to arrive from England today on the Homeric Mrs Mallory was de feated by Mile Suzaixne Lenslen in the final round of the aUconiern championship at Wimfcledon land   

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