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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1922, Washington, Indiana                                EDISON THE AND GOVERNMENTS WRIT CHALLENGED N SUIT Y ONE SHOP UNION Electrical inent of I If Wqrkjers Seek Prevent Enforcef Chicago of Sepaij r i SEPTEMBER ERA aeday afternoon resulted in at r The fire spread i to tbe dry room where furniture lumber Th boiftr itjom was Tho Volunteer department the flames for three1 I FOR mte Settlement Parleyjs Are I CINCINNATI By the Associated Press V member of the memoer or me national policy committee of the federated shop crafs today expressed belief that the meeting of ttye policy committee in Chicago Monday would be for the purpose of discussing means tjsrms of a general but refused to dis close hit basis for such a i By the Associated Press rnent off i ti i IU J Hj labor circles tending to cast doubt cers and every publid stale report of negt tiations between railway stii lookinglo separufc of the shopn portant group strtuk ment of the giyernments sweeping rest rail Chicago last I The Internationa Brotherhood of I Workers through 1dlly Thj mn charf president and Charles secertary Illod a petition in Hie supreme court of the liistrict of Smith Sells Coal Property On Big 4 i Near Columbia for a permanenjt nijunc1 tionreslraining Ihcal federal official j frohi proceeding i under tho Chicago j order and for a temporary injuhi i lion to t bo same effect petiding clsloii on the Hear ing on the temporary order was set I for Saturday before Judge The petition declared thai neither the organization as a Its mem nor its officials had been guilty man were inj in iwhirh Ha The hy pnlice to t 1 September a siriUint railroad was com miltjHd 10 Hie county here todjiiy bv Indge llakpr for violation of any of the illegalacts charged by courts linjunction to prevent and asserted that nhopJen from tho Chicago ordejr was au with was thority of Inw and unenforceable in I genb to jail peiding settlement of the the District of Xoonan shopmens strifce declared the electrical workers were proceeding on tliclliown initiative in seeking the injunction but added I hat if grantedthey expected it to i apply to members of tlipir union f throughout the We don 7 The Jndiana and Easlorri in L the new pWner qi the Riverside coal lo catedseveral miles south of Wash ington on the Big Pour Tha company is composed of Terre Chicago and Indianapolis men of ti The deal by which ownership passed from Smith to the com closed Th was not made publl byi who he had no deiilnileplans for the mine which is elpctrically equipped will be developed on a i largp Biiale by the new owners and en s one imJ viMimally will supply employment to prevent eiltorceu Wntcnumber of it was an ordei issued in iiclinced The men at the head of the Indiana and Eastern foal cciii lany are all sard o be practical coal rtien and POSSPMS the necessary iapitni to corrj out the expansion of Ihfi They set immediate it is and plan to enlarge workings and facilities for producing coal to the extent that a capacity of from to may be Smith lias been connected tihe Hiverside mine for almost six he having come to this crty in The mine shut December last ihei for coal faded Since thp MPittlemftnt of the strike in tho bituminous coal fields a few weeks ago energies have been bended towjapd puMIng entries in condi tloij for the resumption of Thin has Just been completed and the first coal was hoisted i charged the I jtVillium Watson and Clugston aijid Hoff i red in tho gnh hat I iterday fatal six prisoners striking liy the Associated VOLUME YVlIl NIMBBR 15ft The contract for farni aud couutj court houcBj with Soal lor the ing yeftr haa beeii aVairded by the county cobinlssfoiers Hugh L Cos coal will be tlori occurs shall be held in pact precinct M the county aversion of the board oB registration the 59th day and the day before tho andjjjVFry voter who Is a resident of county will be re to If no suohj Petition U tiltd there be one sjsion 6f ihf board registration precinct of county the 2St day before the Ae supplied fr companys order Injured in Bout With George Best bur pears on precinct no 5ter wtiose nanfc sp the Domestic Coal the registration fconfcs of11 he u j will required MllterS t Be Heached Sooner Than filaUus of Jatur ling the contract stlpu latP3 that riooth kind than fnr The oniract prtee cetits a The Fourth Vein company offered screened lupjp at 1J7 a U is said td vised ajn inch and quarters j The successful Tirms bid on screenedlump over 2 12 inch was 19 cents a Bids on otjier grades of coal were filed and included prices for both delivered and at the in ascribe thp beginning of tho illness that led to iila death tj in a taxing match witji Oeorge a Washington amateur i 1 The bout whiehlookj place fiick neil was a nip and tujck affair with the two men using every ouiici of energy and hit of at the command to achieve tjie It was in i he fourth round tljat 1 in they hnpiped geilmr with considerable fell stunned to the but noldw who remained on his feetiap pnrently was uninjiirtd BODV a The body of Clyde formerj11 on hlfi ICver since tho y jwho tied r lay afternoon in FJobrrl will nrrive in Washington over the to norrow afternoon and Will be iaken to the of William Heicher Walnut and east SUth npral sprvlcns will be bold some tim SaturBay afternoon but rielinlie ar rangements will nof made unti after the arrival ot relatives jLccom panying the i dead maa was a member of the local Masonic Inn dead he hadlippti se vere hpadadips arid MomplftinHdl of pains iu the head in the region ofthe i A miraculous escape from was hy Henry who iiiy en tho ciclork September 7 wgen Ford loining car in which was traveling alone was struck hy and Ohio express train at the Lester jusi cast of Kasi side Although was viri tually rushy canif through the ojjleal Wiitli nothing more than n Ifratch or had been at ing Walter Ford i 1 lid on cl iif t Vi tV By the Ass September progress during the by two burrowing their j lower depths of the Argonaut orty mon haveben enitonibed since August made the etuf of the long IJUPKI seenj i today than itdid ypsier 1fl fnWof piissiiBp wiui riPnY I in foot Iuid over i tin which clogged tlm abaii drift the workers iblti to a of tuore hidl I hat WUy M becoming more open while the tldiheri worn futrnd to Jin in good condition There remains 77 of cur f 73 feel through solid ground lulu HIP Anifcnaut mine Ksilfcanbe at Reynolds was thirtyone yejir of park and soiuh of His immpdlate family cf railroad traark and nidow and one for tin i mined parlinularly like governmeiil by in Nbonan decinrod in the electrical workers plication but it the udmliilstratlon desires to proceed that we can do so as well While served with any cojiy of tho Chicago restraining difc i trict attorney and United Slates mar coinmlltee of 90 in probably on A ionalj general Sanitation in he sfiveral day iate meeting Of sent last inight hy John nejiTPtiry of the strlkin railway uliojii craft The t teKraphic appeal Was in code and addressed to the rpjj chaiimen of the pr H parts of the coun It was expected that it would before they coll id Ar rive in Chicagii and for that ireasjon no general sessions were expected bn shals in Washington notinndmc and all members of our organization Ilirough newspapers that we couldnt lo ooiisider plans for a sol hold meetings or even discuss tho tieimfnt of the strike onsenaraV We tliinl as a iawal idins fore jthe lirst off next it Vvas In rouds t i il union that arejentitled to lo that of thr countryi and to conduct our organizations af repoiits of coi fairs regulir linos and have hea consequently put it up to thecourts rail Executives to By the Assdcialed Pinss j September are no conferences now progress betweten leaders of1 tho railroad strikers railroad rucsi ing about oueihira It followed fereirces between 1 of the strikers aiid in the cjfforts were made to conQrm the staiement of John Scon secretary of tly railway employees deparjmpnt of the American Vedera tion bf it Chicago yasterdaj representatives o for aj confereu e with railroad exe dentBond none been held since j that seven the formal gathei ingin Now York striking shopmen Were in last it was asserted today by of the Brother hood of Electrical is one of the sevtm rail uijious on nation The mpcting ofth3 strikers policy committee ciUiod next Week at Chicago Is to consider jthe policy und also on a proposition to eiid the Inquiries of all sourcef which reasonahpy he ejuecfed i bt inforijied the ilnlferm reply ncthing known jplther of the presence 1 of thp stride leaders or ofi 1 consider shaI of the tiiei Hejiry Dp presidist iire Cederatftmjaff bu t b bf anj here tuj UL iiitj l nejiry jf attorney j the jfS By the NEW conference port of the Ajneri off that M leadeV bij the Labor in efforts fc Jflang about tho striking ahbpmi was not injBalti impeachmenj ol General more as he haj talked over tiS telfe Daugherty and syetsetdat morning pf sonof Chicago fbr their ipart iu Jewel j Sat JeweM TspenC issuance Jn the riil injunctlon was two dpys in Ba timore at the and 6f pledged by Samuel feel without presence or the lion ir a telegram repurpose ofhis visit becomln pub ceive4 Atlantic hy Hcly I the Central Traders i v At railroid offices knowledge of thct strike leaders preisencl By Assolclated Soptfcmber At fhe and Chid rall of rad of the rjoajd James of International Brotherhood of PQatlcWy denlei tnp international Brotherhood of any Knowieagkj that Electrical fa the weije strike of railwaj i iioday a He deblarejrt was served formally with a ibpyof tnt1fres Willirds d6 the restraining order obtained by the nynsja he hadcpiifei government from a ifedera T xfr Service wa hare received prior to the Sling j MUu effected S s any still holds r w eece y Xtarshal wio was understood Avjillttld his instructions petition in the court of the District of ColuMhia by Noonans oraizaion for Noonans organizaklon for ad Srder t reBtrateinB the By the degree murder ID connection rac here today The hoVsa racel as a i na ou on of Hred to the nuu Peanuts yield fromthirty t ht followed a bushels to the asre i I em any knowledgU that not be cari f feature ot the the Dinner ither days fortyi COUSTTYi RFTMATNS DKSP1TE BIG IV TAXABIJts J Tlje riaviess county budget ordi liannp was passod by the county ntlhe closing session of its annktal meeting Wednesday after B measure carries appropria aggregating It was iestiriiated that the county would re from other sources jthaa leaving tobo iraispd by the means of This iwilli a levy of S3 cents on is thej prevailed j iaiHionof council in the old rate in spits JOf a jn the joun itys rjet 4axablej has been geneTayx THeSjouni faring knife resulf thd yran ID jace a in taxaWeS haie called fdr a Substajj increase in the i the money that sjxteen cents cent produpes wHl be used for j jtbe rietfemption of county bridgo bonjd pribcipal and interest and for the liquidation of loans principal Repair furfd levy cointy to recommenafed of 28 WASHER With this wonjierful ma chine the expanse of the noniej can be Let Us Demonstrate Slf 61 Electric Registration Laib to Simplify Ior of volets who may bp unable toreach tlon places theilirtit ilav for registeringfor W will be possible fegis tering in person to make ah appiica lion aimilar to one jvbjitldi be renitired for in person affiihis appjicaiijon when upplirant may be to the precinipt in which the ap plicantlives by any voter of tfe pre cinct the rthy and during thi the board is in or tihej appli cation may bemailed to the Unditoi of the county as provided Mt of videtl that a raother 9 to e iW legiyatiire1 Jia quired to again tinues to live in the saniejgreninct In which he is not be disfranchised Ihy law if a petition sijnfd bjat least 3ftO resident freehold the county nhajl be filed witlj ine south to thtfSlate road when the INHMANAlOUs SoRteiuhnr u hvGpopoo loooinotive struck the front wheels and David fIloss la of the car as of tiV The impact Ipjrled the automobile fowti the embiijakuient and free of the who expected to find Cosby a minutq later dead were nstonisheil allen be climMf d out of the around to inspect the Damage to his m i landadjofnins t cainpiiK was an noiinctd last night at dinnnr glven bv local alumni in honor of Di waj0 C Elliott new pi evident of tho The land rs xalued at ooo 1iul bp used as a tite KH in and nthleti I If Id More in inquiry j i d r Septeiiibpi 7 Ml Ind U Iji vp impeilnl wizard Pro addresseda monster meet By the AsSjooiatid Press j lne m btlnlf of HIP ku IilJfSpplember 7 Vd m ullnURh palk last meht 7 Vd m MX ullmish palk last night Tlion dltional have besu I thionged thepai k However by the special gl Ing Merrill her could not be tnd jury ilu meetiiig was oideih At Tinmini i dium tops of 12 plecesr from j i ban Hedfoid KUn No i of Atlantia paraded the stieets of tBo biisinesB district issued by the gradu ation mscitulifipieFrmusic Geyerij The recftal ill 1m given at SC hall Wednes day Flirting is eau Indie girl ni KbYea is t speaking to family that kijls hefelt anU rather thanVeiitlfife tjie Ungth of lenof hei own AICOHOlv KUjjS i YOUR i claimed as Ha 4oll more victims ofwod alcohol poiaoneil wliislty iu RedHoixK section Hiooklvn These ttto additional deaths bi the total td nine frfim PIMS nectioh BicoUnwithIn Ae U i foityciglit houis V It ile sharksY fouhd m UP ludiaa otten attain a teet hut ari quite ACCEPTS REQUEST TOSPEAK B of mens baa cAived tte foltowjhg telegram Darilel presfdent of the Sal timore ind Ohio railroad Of September reply toi one sept to WHIard by the busi mens organization of 5th inviting me to address citizens of Washing along lines I discussed in Oar rett Friday ot last week received Appreciate very much our invita and will be glad to accept Can say now when I can be there antlijir engagements will probably from belns in Washing tojiibefdreicarlf part or middle next week Fire at Bloomfield fauses ftjWO September 7i in thft bailer room o Meter cean eter mpwy uraitnre 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