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San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - November 15, 1919, San Antonio, Texas NOW ISN'T IT A LOT CHEAPER TO FEED .TUB KNICKPR- BOOICER FOBilA-TRACTOB. ONLY WHEN SHE'S WORKING THAN TO F.VTKUTAIN .y THREE OE FOUR MtJLES THB YBVB i ROUND I COSTS HANDLES TWO BOTTOMS SJ.MC KIKE SUPPLY CO. SAK ANTONIO BACKINGS WE CTAVK A AND CAN SHIP F. HEM MANN CO. norsTox VOLUME LIV- NO. 310. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER is, 1010 -TWENTY-TWO PAGES ESTABLISHED 1865. Worker! Score Victory Through Incorporation of Their Plan for Voluntary Conciliation in Labor DUpu. Esch Measure. COMPULSORY AftBITRATION PLAN ALSO TURNED DOWN Employes' Proposal, Adopted After Entire Day of Deltaic, Would l.egal- ize Machinery llseil Under Federal Control for Adjusnna Differences, With Provision for Appeal. Br A led Pref a. WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. Railway workers scored o .complete victorj- in the House today through in- corporation of their plan for voluntary conciliation of labor disputes in the Esch railroad bill. The House rejected a plan of compulsory arbitration, in- cluding an nnti-strikc provision, and also the plan written into the bill by the House Interstate Coinnorc- Com- mittee, was described ,is a "middle ground between that adopled and compulsory arbitration. No direct vote on the anti-strike proposal uas taken. On both voles the proponents of the unions plan won by larijc majorities. Iirst, by a vole of 151 ti10 House substituted the unions' plan for com- pulsory Arbitration, and then, ICl to aside the committee plan for that endorsed by the workers. Final action came after practically Ihe entire day had. been devoted to debate vf tlic three plans and after adoption of tile workers' plan, to in- clude the anti-strike provision met with defeat through parliamentary tac- .i'io flail olmrorac! tjr the rsllrnn.l PALMER DETERMINED TO FIX SUGAR PRICES Ejpflrlxl Tt'-tft-tm tt- Ttc Eiprcta. CHfGAGO, Nov. General A. Mitchell Palmer may soon go to the Supreme Court of the Nation1 Tor a decision as to whether sugar manufacturers and dealers in this country shall obey h is price-fixing o rde rs on sugar based on the authority >cstcd in him President Wilson under the Lever act, or whether (he food con- sumers of the country shall continue to remain at the mercy of the deal- ers. This was indicated today by Maj. A, A. Sprague, head of the Il- linois Fair Price Committee, who Eaid that in his conversations with Mr. Palmer, over the long-distance thai action may follow conferences on now with the heads of the sugar refineries which have as their purpose the fixing of fair price for the Nation on granulated sugar. RED PROPAGANDA COMES VIA MEXICO FEDERAL JUDGES Mexican Consul General in New York Writes to Mexi- can Senator Endorsing Soviet Plan of Nationaliza- tion of Nation's industries. WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. Disclosures of large orders for arms and ammunition placed by Mexico 1n Europe, were followed today by revela- tions lending to show that the "Reds' underground line" from Soviet Russia War On Reds is Launched in Wew York With Federal Sanction ORLEANS COURT AFFIRMS SENTENCE OF LAUGHTER IN TARRANT COUNTY CASE. OltLEANS, No ent of Ihe United Stale vrlo mil boy wliun iia tletj, amj of iQioilrntJni; Ilqu l In n military or can forliLrldeii until lit- doca BO ruled the U tilled .St.-ilrs Circuit Court of Un By In ntliruiliiff the leuHtncc of in (tie Irdrrnl nf iiiti-miftry liu- f Ttrraut y erjtet, a of iQio lor.v mtjmeul I Preel IB the only jer terYi- 'l. C. Laughter I.L irrrnuc uiler a trltil J-pforo .ilic Court of thu Northern lllsirlct ol ijiior to irle lu Tan-nut anil 10, ii.d (h? hcle'.'IIve PftivkT? MI, His nt.or- lo ttjclr npj.cal ironr tbp UlMrlc-l Rni up tbtc clnLm thru thw war yvltli ahd li.at, as a re cic net. lie held for I.OtnsvlLLK, Nov. K.-Fcdei strain totlaj granted Icmi'orurj I for three mnty Petitioned vef) "V-. PtohlblUnn for uioiy wmilTM fifj J'cJftwl had Sa.f "MrJ' coafclJer ihe..... Worker. DlvlJerl Into ttaet Glittct In brof. 'iiian Divides rallrlail classefi and foi It RtUbliAho BQ aclJUBtmelit bt-nrJ and BII appeal cooinmsloij, No penally ncnlnst ipctoui IE tne on alj eii o( thy uoanlb vrouli! onriTd Trv A n rrn n NNI H rrF be by the plsn, w wrllien inii j UUU I J I I LLLU Ino bill, "to c-icrt tvnrv eras cm bin I Ullmcr ffl! T) Sucl13 1" J. Morgan Chttm. rhlcf ficia doputj col- ConllnowT OB T we, Column hUcrrUptton" tif Irafftc, tn L-rnl tht Ihrofl boaTfls ot mlJiiMihcnt created, ttipRH hOlriK
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