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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - October 13, 1925, Cumberland, Maryland                                Cloudy probably Not In Moderate northeast and sast 2411 v v w Minimum DdyrCajpiV v LAST CITY EDITION 1925 Direct Associated PressService PRICE TWO ON TO FORCE No Strike Orders Wijl Be Is sued Engineers and men Until leaders DONT WAtfT STRIKE Union Heads Seeking Public De fections In the Ranks Have North Woman She Was Kidnaped By Her Boafdit Hurling For and For Are Hit De fensive Work of Washington Keeps Pirates Away From Plate Until the Third hll h IOORE BREAKS TIE WITH A HOMER held their headquarters I Kieme Pitched Wonderful Game After Second Mixing a vFast Ball With Drop Curve Which He Had Under Perfect Finishes Game for Senators in Ball high and Goslin got a Assoclated Press N 13 There be no strike is sued to and fire men on the Western Maryland railroad before October it was definitely decided at a mofentoiis meeting of the work1 The Maryland engineers and firemen determined to force a Iock7 out and President Byers must this move to force the workers Want To BeForced We have SOday clause in our contract with Maryland Railway Company which President Byers inust violate he forces us to sign up under his new rules and work Associated Press ing conditions oy FrldayrOqtober declared one of the Brotherhood chiefQct 13 The tains thismorning while the meeting mor Txna was still m The Western m the 1925 world serieSj president has dectarecKin and came hia ultimatum last year thatwo back to their original battle must sign up by October todayo take up the sixth days he hasannounced that x rules and regulations had chantjstage of their struggle for pie This is in direct violation of raier baselball contract and it is now up to Byers checked suddenly yes makegood threatandforce leiday in its onwarrt advance by the out It is his move now1 and if wego furious attack of Ihe Ipok tho out he will the I field withan advantage by of threegrimes to two and needing the uriioii leaders that they do ony triuinpth this afternoon to gain want a strike and are making tor public 1 SJornjs Defections In have been some few defec Ball Ball Carey was doing a dance on the base Moore scored while Bluege was throw jlng Barnhart out at Curoy going to Traynor Ball Strike Carey scored on Traynors single over The tied and tho crowd waa in an Wright Traynor stole second arid ou Severids wild throw to went to Strike strike Bluege tossed out Two one Fourth Irmning JoeHarris Anna Keefer Tells Federal Authori ties In That Abductor Forced Her At Point of Pistol to Pur chase Tickets For South With the Money She Had Received From Husbands Compensation of the Department of Justice are investigating the story of Anna of North hack to center tljfj she last May by Raymond 27 years high Ball 2 wide Kremer was at the point of a pistol to come With him t MADE HER BUY TICKETS ba Keefer charges a boarder in her Judge strike her at a where she had gone to cash a government Ban strike Bail Compensation check of her a woundedexsoldier and Judge alsp struck Jorced her to buv rirkpfc fnr Atlnntn swinging hard on athird inside A J f w i li f j Bluege Ball out1 An eightyearold detained with con Bluege cracked a single over firmed her mothers butsays she saw no pistol when the Wrights alleged kidnapping Peck Bluege Mil lev i u t j when denied the assert was caught off i aim uosiin got a was caugni ou me piaying waa Forbes homo runinto the right field Kremer to Mclnnis to Moore to lnal sne arranged the trip to warring factions II vas a onS drive and was his third No one no PITTSBUIIG Mclnnis Tnnis sent out a long By to their second straight cham Full The JPiratea ou of the other strike nil T 1 UL1 iritLVl WUjlClOCllLUiL tlloir I holding the Joe Harris Strke and slriko 2 Joe Harris savage foul scattered the box holders in left Ball Kremer threw out Harris at Harris tapping the ball for a weak Oho 1 PITTSBURG erwent out into right field to warm up as a relief Moore shot a single through hitting strike the first ball Ball Strike Carey upStrike Carey Ball Peck popped to Bluege to who ran over to tho pitchers box to Cuyler I makethe backed away from a wide Ball j Severeid Cuyler sent a high fly to Smith Ball guson fed Smith Smith struck out ball by a Kremer Strike Mo runs no The main details of the above story from Atlanta were con firmed J1 MEXICO IS BEING Gloria Faure companying Mexican Secretaryof Finance to New CHARGE IS Authorities Say She ed As Maid In Car o Associated Frcss 134r plaint seeking 1 1 It n ff 1 ti4stMWM 4 Wl Jll v rr l 4 i WVl strike to inlormation obtained there Mrs Kppfpr T T t nut it known whether sue left voluntarily or was New York has beenfiled wit strike reed to accompany The latter had been a boarder at thethe Department of LabbruV no worlang as a locktender on the Chesapeake and Ohio the first time In the were con fer change in tlie rate but rovisiozi of ths rules arid working Tlie railroad company did not announce what these Pmo would nordid the workers selves have been to was bnght and clear after three days The setting the sixth skirmish Barnhart Ball Inside and Ball Ball Bluego threw oul at first taking the Pirates right at No no one T SECOND INNING Strike HUSBAND EMPLOYED HERE womans is employed at the Tmplate this Two children are living North a boy about girl of The other as mentioned in Ferguson strike Ball ater nviiuu iGit Xvoith Branch it was re i 5iller Tere Trace was then IOSt Keefer is said to be about 36 years of the PlTTSBURGHMoore we do not know what they but although this leftiz Judge broke his bat and had to get we that they will mean the uuprotecteiKportioiiK of tho field Janother one Ball Judge some decrease in our present The infield was dry jslashed notwithstanding the tact in soot condition since Bluege no mention made in the bulletin been covered by tarpaulins iu the posted last night by the deabsence of tho combatants in Wash clnred one union tried to sacrifice hut Kremer to isiuege forced Np no hits ho I which he had under perfect Ball No no no The ball Uvhilo the carpenters wont to work oi The rushed the broken field The crowd was up over the out to shake his o Carey Carey lined i looked like a Pirate victory with ICre iicm A cruw i keeping up continous cheering as it Peck strike An official the railroad I teams came hack a worn On Ihe hit and run Bluego declared that tlie new rules and workfroul effects of three stirring enscored when Peck doubled into ing conditions which had bupn Basements in the National Severejd Ball wore those which had been under especially in the pitching Kremer threw wild to various conferences I they had their full i catch Peck and Peck daehed for Cuyler threw out Cuyler at Barn agalnst the loft field took Severeids short Peck holdrun ing wore discussion at between President Byers and mem bera of Brotharhobds There was no change in the wage scale he Ultmatioh Angered Workers It waa learned that some the angered by the uUimatuni r served upon them by i1they do so It will be the first One two one for a Traynor almost scalirig theson to Moore Peck toola Moores grounder and threw bad ly to Moore being Carey Fergu T It r Ball A lo II 1 L LI 11 i strength ready to swing into action j The Pirate infield came Baruhart Un s rlve once again Odds Against Despite their theodds Ferguson Ball Ball two no SIXTH INNING and precedent were against the Krerner kicked on the third riBbl 1 Stkc Cuyler flied put to CIH OF PANAMA QUIET AFTER BKlfcF UFKISING Public Disorders Break Out Over Controversy Between Tenants and Landlords Over Associated Presu Gen eral commanding in tho can al zone reported the War depart A report the forwarded to the immigration ities by lis New ary Officials here to Indicate the nature of the rep6rt or whether It contained any recpfri mendatlons in the Tho complaint is have been filed by a Mexican Barnhart upStrike called Ball todny mt American tronps had 1 insido Rsi 9 nail Bent lo Preserve order in tho BaSffrt ba8eBoannha is at the rcquwt of the Traynor nnStrlke 1 called Tray The troops or Birnhnn move WOSB the mm boundary at must they win twoball Strike Strlky call Traynor threw out the No no no more in a row to fake the but Ferguson flied out to the ba1 third haac I if they do so It will be the first time One two hits Stanley Harris EIGHTH INNING s nden t of the Hagcrstown d i in the history of the chamnionship vision cf the Western Maryland lastthat has been done wi til tho Is night wave ready to call a strike inv sue confined to the best four of mediate rTheir leaders seven iucvj t i i i counseled them to sit tight and let their employers make the first j The pointed that should the railroatl make good their threat that they would go out by the lockout ami not the strike thereby put ting the burden upon Following the served last night in the form of a The Pirates were understood today to havesigned a deal with San Fran one oclock A message to the state department from the legation in Panama said dis orders continued alt day Sunday and shot a single over Stan up Traynor took Stan Harris slow roller j WAS HNGTON Severeid npSevor ghtaml that the American wlth a underhand throw eld got along single into Me rwVight crowd was now starting a big strike Wright forced Peck to HBT nailed him at Neelly ran for Lelbold bat Ball ting for troops had been brought to tho vicin ity of the zone Boundary in prepara Coast League for the purchase Mclnnis 1 swung Hal and strike Paul at a reported a third called strike rlln8 no hlts no errors price of and three players to1 KU I TTT be delivered Ticket Sale Plans Pittsburgh baseball club officials to Goslin walked on tour Lelbold McNeely stolo Joe strike McNeely wont down the strike Moore took Joe first talked with Kre iHarris grounder andUhrew him imer in the Ball for their use Itthe need should Officials hero believe thedisturb ances will Smith singled over racing to Strike Ball Strike Rice T General message said strike Lelbold sont up a high fly to public order was In a very disturb Kremer which announced rates pay tiay announced complete plans for the Ferguson was eeng re for engineers and firemen including sale of tickets for the seventh worlds mer wlrle curves Kremer struck out revised rules governing working conj series game tomorrow In event tho On three No runs wo ditions will be effective Octoher Pirates tieing the series hjta ll i n t 11 1ft iWrlght struck letting a curve go Me Iby for the amitei li The was still boo Smith claimed this was a 1925 and that all engineers and fire men who desire to remain in the ser vice after October 1925 will that date signaled offices tryvpmatni under rales and working the workers that if there was any walkout it woiild be a general one over tbe This they laU members of theBrotherhoond of TFlnilway Train men will strike with During the past several weeks organizers been active ranks of the shop who have been organizeu since the strike of in the West ern Maryland These union leaders aro ready to strike with the engineers and fire i Few Shopmen Will Quit On the other hand informatioii froih other sourqos Indicate that but few of the shopmen will go but if a brotherhood strike is Many of the shopmen have not of them declared this that when we struck and uullotl njmii tiiij Brotherhoods for they turned n Then why should we strike The Brotharhodd of Railway Train men and whom the en gineers and flremen expect lo go out also should the Western Maryland fores a wore Their leaders refused to confirm or deny Continued on Pago 0 at three 12 ticket nt ForbesField at tol Approximately reserv three pitched no THIRD INNING WASHINGTON Rice cards have Veen mail lined put to Kremer who ed totho of the permanent f i i ui about and these stabbed his gloved will bring the required tickets when Harris up Ball Innis slammed a single over the mid Smith strike Ball Ball Joo Harris took Smiths liner near the grand Mclnnis held Kremer uprStrike Strike Kremer struck out for the third being upablo to fathom Fergusons no called Strike Mclnnis took lUcoB grounder tenants and jed state In the City of Panama due and touched McNeely going to Veach balling for Slan who took himself out of tho Veach was a disturbance in the left field box and play was halt until It was Ball Moore threw out Veacn at No one no went into catch for the Sena Ballonwent Into the pitchers controversy between landlords over rent SEVENTH INNING No one I box and Adams went to Ball presented at a designated downtown Traynor ticket Harris hopper and tossed smothered Staii strike Ball Owens I strike strike Fou Ball Ball LABOR FEDERATION TO AID TiiXiiLt WORKERS sor in a New York the Mexican embassy here the complaint waa a political enemy of SenorrParii apS the Calles government in The Mexican finance rived in New York late last to negotiate with Bankers for a mod iflcation of the Huerta Mexican debt Officials Are Silent Labor department officials today to discuss nctlbip further than to us which they believed tho The paragraph referred to provides pptjiingVln this act shall be construed to anpiyjlo accredited offlclals offoreign goyern nor to their or It was mndo clear ment thai tho merits of the not been examined hero and that th department was unadvised to basis for the Accusation Will Try to New Gloria accqhipanlei Alberto Paul to Now private car was made today by his Ho said thi party consisted of Senor ficlal staff Secretary Pani arrived hereySep tember 29 to discuss and road matters with Etill In the The domplainants who senklnj the deportation ot she arrived here from Kl Pa8 on Ihe private car Hidalgo UKf Mexican National wltl Senor Panis party hatjbeQi to Destroy Manager McKechnle from the The bleacherite3 will take the usual Gosln Ball Ball bench and called attention to tho fact chances Ball wide and that one ot boxes had sent high fly One ot the rails hnd INNING nice Rice was hooted by the Strike Ball Ball Mobro juggfed Rices hot siiiash but threw him out at Harris Krenler whipped over a ciirvve f6r the Ball took Stan Harris roller In front of tho plate and got him at first Strike Kro ifallcd Into tho Timewas call No no Strikeed while thjs was being Ball i was Play strike Hall Moore got 1 Cuyler took in Judges long hoist a Fergusons fourth ball over the being Traynor took Carey took Careys ground Blueges grounder and low to er too late to Moore and Carey was first but Mclnnis made a fine also safe nt Cuvler Bluege out lo Kreme It was a fielders pickup and the hatter was I Peck Ball got a baao on MoTnnls hlf into a double Judge pop fly doubling Ball out strike Strike Bluege threw ont Smith hit nt a slow No no no errors ABMOclated Atlantic Federation ot today voted to lisa its best efforts to assist the United Textile Workers Iu thb defeat ot the ijucuu of in their reduction wages and their altomptto destroy the Textile unions In uioir Tweivo hundred members of tho Textile Union have been on strike since lasrMach njfainsc a reduction of wages ot 10 Defeat American seen at Senor Panis hotelAyitb Jijyni A i that when ALieuijjuiijj ed Bhe was that Secretary Panis wife anddaugh lor iiiu iu Lon V771 to mer workell drop ball on the Barnhart Strike Ball mixing a fast ball with a drop NJNTH INNING up crowd Is now starting for sociatibn in tho Interest prevoniion strike strike The Gooso m cno UUICKU otutes and Canada and Peek waa swinging at a curve endorsed the work ofthe recreation f ball The Goose hit several nnd playground association In estab pitching fi wondortul He wna foiiis into the right field lishlngvplaygrounds In congestoi AsBoclnLccl Prcsa convention voted to cooperate The with iheNallonal Fire AS COMMUNISTS STRIKED FRANCE ENDED At ffl Transport Workers of 5uis Atternpted to Kr6r long the Score by Innings 2 3 4 5 Washington 0 0 000 8 0 70 12 R H E 0 6 2 Pittsburgh 0 0 Oi 10 0 00 3 7 1 Gbslln sent up a high one to j Vfvn Harris Tho convention votod lowork for got n double to deop It was i the defeat of any effort to eliminate aterrific smash and hit ngainst the work by day cm slate and barrier in tho deepest corner ot the j municipal public wprk and declared Judge strike eight Wright took was also voted to cooperato wIUY I Bluege Ball affiliated government employers SJrlke Tray Innu for tho extension of the Satnr nbr ihrew No one olldayin toyornmeiit eslab J but Paris attempted the sprneifBl cess among the There a In taxicaps on the streets frr killed and somo thirty maintained   

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