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   Pulaski Southwest Times (Newspaper) - October 4, 1926, Pulaski, Virginia                                Newspaper Advertising Is Best By Test OCTOBER 1926 SINGLE COPY 3 CENTS IN SEVERAL STATES LOUIS PLANS BIG WELCOME FOR Week Advocated At Labor Meeting Question Becomes the Dominant Issue at 46th GREEN SAYS HOUSE UNIONS ARE FUTILE ReadyMade Organize lions Force Workers to Accept What Is Giv en five day work week was projected into foreground as a dominent is sue as fortysixth annual con vention of the American Federa tion of Labor convenedhere A scant week after Henry Ford had startled the industrial world with the announcement that he was inaugurating this revolutionary pol icy in his motor and allied indus leaders of organized gathered here at the home of the Ford announced that they Would fight to extend the Ford plan to all The attitude of federation lead ejs was voiced by President Wil was in line with the established pol icy of the American Federation of Green said Appears Inevitable years we have maintained the attitude that working hours must be restricted as a protection to human life in proportion to the increasing productivity in indus With the increasing physical strain on workers as production ex pands the fiveday week appears Employers will find it an aid to health and extend the working life of their employes through this means rather than go qn breaking down the human ma chine and precipitating an increas ing labor On the subject of company un ions Green said It is ourpurpose to make them politically and economically Iri our efforts to these ends we have been met with open opposition and subtle We welcome it frqm whatever source it Our movement is founded on sound prin ciples and has nothing to A subtle influence is now at work to which I wish to direct a I refer to the movement among sens ing the instinct of workers to or ganize attempt to satisfy that in stinct by offering them readymade Company unions and shop organi zation Local in Character I think the employers who fa vor this kind of opposition learned eome time ago that it is impossible to prevent workers from organiz This experiment will ultimate ly fail for these these movements are all local in Each employer has hip own for the company 1 An organization so local and trans ient ultimately must company unions do not permit the worker to shape his own He must accept what is giv en him by the the company union can not serve the needs of the worker as a Long before the com pany union was thought of tha trade union movement was fnsten irig interest of the working peo Queen Marie Hits Chance to Break Movie Salary Record 9 Marie of Rumania may become the highestpaid actress in the who plans a trip to the United will be offered for one days appearance in the role of the queen in the motion picture adaption of the Tolstoy A certified check for was placed today with the Holly wood Chamber of Commerce by Edwin Hollywood pro and an invitation has been despatched to the Rumanian legation at Washington for transmission to the Entire Middle West Is Excited Over Games to Be Played In Louis Mound City Highly Proud of Showing Made By Hornsbys Red Birds In Taking Second Con test of Perform ed In Brilliant Style Back High Williams As Witness Case on Claim In In Ope Evidence o f Trio I n Brookhart I n v estiga tion Presented In Me morandum By DAVID SENTER Staff Correspondent New George managing director of the alien property custodians office under Thomas to day took the stand at the opening of the fifth week of the conspiracy trial of Miller and Harry Dau former attorney fendants are in connection with the approval of the claim for war seized assets of the Am erican Metals A memorandum was giving the evidence of Wil liams and Adnah former assistant attorney in the BrookhartWheeler investigation in when the Americans Metal ase first came The memorandum showed that he claims in question were pres ented on July and that conferences were held regarding them on 5 and Williams previously had testified hat he did not remember any con ference before but it was admitted that there was great con fusion as to Italy Planning Big Air Project The newspaper LTmpero today states that Premier Mussolini has ap proved plans for one of the most elaborate air projects in The plans include nonstop air plane flights from Rome to New as well as to San Fran cisco and The flights would be the newspaper states in an Italian equipped with four en and capable developing The ship is des cribed as weighing twelve with amaximum carrying capa city of six The airplane is scheduled to hop off on its first distance flight in 1927 according to est C o urt ns Session Washington Docket of 691 Cases To Be Taken Up Planned to Expedite WEATHER REPORT VIRGINIA Fair warmer in West portion Tuesday partly followed by showers in West portion NORTH Showers to in extreme West portion Tuesday partly possibly showers in extreme West Opening a new term the United States supreme court was expect ed to enforce more rigidly than ever its new rules designed to re duce delay in disposition of cases in the nations highest With a docket somewhat small er than last year and derstood vto be written in several importimt cases already spbmit prospects were considered bright for early decisions in a number of cases to be submitted during The court was to begin hearing motions and arguments immedi ately upon convening at noon and to make a formal call upon pre sident Coolidge late in All of the nine judges having returned to no resignations are expected during the fall and 691 Cases on Hand The court faced a docket of 691 of which twentyone have been finally submitted and in which decision is expected Among lihe latter are the Claire furnace involving the right of the Federal trade commission to probe business secrets and the Mai Daugherty case in which a senate investigating committee claims to investigate books of the Daugherty bank in the course of its Coincident with the opening of Chief Justice Taft announc ed the findings of his conference with the nine senior circuit Renewed recommendation for the creation of additional judge ships was and Federal Dis trict judges were advised to or der criminal cases to trial in cases of unreasonable as a means of reducing delay in federal tri committee was named to devise a system of court statis The conference recommended the creation of new district judge ships in Eastern New York at in Western North Caro the Eastern district of Michi gan at the naming of an additional district judge in Souh ern three new district judg es in Southern New York in the Western New York District and one for I Appointment of an additional circuit judge in New York and the filling of vacancies at San Francisco and Philadelphia was A fortytwo per cent decrease in the number of criminal cases awaiting trial in Federal courts and a greater increase in civil business was Attacks Soviet Leaders By KNICKERBOCKER Staff Correspondent Trotsky today faces what ises to be the moat bitter con flict in his stormy He has openly defied the com niunlat party central Sunday the former leader of fhe appeared before a meeting communist workmen and asked for support In his opposition to the policies of the presenjf In thin drastjc attack he wap by a acore off wellknowh vance these men all risk expul which has been the fate of a large number of lesser leaders guilty of violating the party rule against opposing a majority Such opposition meetings are Therefore Trotsky has defin itely measured hia strength a central Aid of Miners Tons of Rock Are Let Go By Terrific Blast at FALL OF STONE IS CAUSE Of DISASTER By News Service Special Correspondent En Route with the Cards and of the greatest welcomes ever tendered a baseball team waits the Cardinals when they pull into Louis If reports along the road are to be believed the entire Middle West is all het up about Rogers Hornsby anA his The fact that the show me gang evened the count with the Yanks before the largest that ever saw a ball will make the homecom ing all the more But whatver they do the folks at home cant give their prides too much Behind the near per fection pitching of Horsby and his horde rode to a well deserved There was something reminescent of Matty and Brown and Walsh of the great pitchers of those mel lower days in the work of G ro ver Clevend out there in the tan barkedbox of the Yankee sta ly APfUJttilKK After like his first and middle Alex belongs to another They dont name youngsters Graver Cleveland any and they dona make pit chers like Matty or BigEd Walsh or Alexander of yesterday afternoon Straight as an Indian chief he stood and with that effortless the veteran sent one little white ball after an other buzzing and darting just where Ruth and company thought it wasnt going to They will tell indeed they have told you that the Yanks murder fast ball but they didnt murder fast and the Yanks profess to them Marse Alexs favorite There it was and Ruth and Meusel and Gehrig saw and swim with might and main and went the ball into Robert OFarreUs waiting V Another pitch that same sickening thud Not once or but time after time throughout that long after noon while the crowd that crowd will be but it it was root ing for the Continued on page 7 Ofl Case Will Be Heard Soon Louis Fans Are Wild Over By High Court Cards Coming Judges Must Decide If Doheny Paid Fall 000 As A Bribe or A City To Be Painted Red In Honor of Return of Team Yanks Still Train From Knoxville Takes Rescue Equip ment Thought to Have governments long fight to cancel j Louis is going to be painted red to naval oil reserve leases which it isnight bright Cardinal contended were fraudulently madel The fans have gone cuckoo over by former secretary of the j their red who came back to Albert will enter ks final their home roost late this afternoon phase in the United States supreme for the first time since they won court latetoday or ithe National league The Elk case For 881 ears Louis f ans j was set for oral argument and adreamed of a day such as this and battery of lawyers awaited thethose who have lived to see their word of Chief Justice Taft to bedreams realized will participate in As the court assembled for j the rousing welcome that is planned the first session since the summer j when the Cardinals arrive here three cases preceded the New Some have grown case on the be others have Decision in the Elk Hills case grown long gray beards and others expected to have an important passed sway before they saw ing on the famous Teapot pennant come back to this side lease to the Sinclair Oil the Mississippi INS miners were entombed in the Rogers entry of the Rock wood Iron company today fol lowing a gas Tons of rock and dirt were let go following the terrific blast and the miners are imprisoned three miles below the according to company None of the workers were be lieved to have A rescue train from with volunteer workers and dig ging equipment was rushed here and efforts to release the men were to start at Meanwhile workers from Sur rounding mines were summoned to assist in the rescue Families and realtives of the imprisoned men crowded about the mouth of the mine immedi ately following the Between sixty and sixty five men were known to have been working in the Rogers entry at the time of the None have been heard from after being en tombed several The explosion wasfirst report ed by Eugene a miner Who was working several miles from the Rogers He said he felt the force of the explosion and was nearly overcome by the gas INSPECTOR ARRIVES Deputy Mine Inspector Hold en has arrived here to aid in res cue An official of the iron com pany told International News Service that there was praetu ally no hope of rescuing the im prisoned he plan to dynamite a part of the en trance and no effort or expense will be spared to rescue This official declared it was his belief that the men were bur ied The explosion it was believed occured in one of the rooms above where the men were and the fall of the dirt and rock buried the Tedder was working on a high er level than the entombed men and was blown clear of the fall ing rock by the force of the ex HER OWN Hairline decision is expected in Aimee MacPherson as1 identification of evangelist as per son who occuped Carmel love cot tage apparently hinges on her Sh loosened locks in Los Angeles court to show she doesnt wear any but her People Driven From Homes In Flooded Areas Northeastern Oklahoma Is Swept By Onrush of Hiih SEVERAL LIVES ARE SAY REPORTS Hard flit Town Threatened With Inundation As Stream Leaves Ormiston Back In Los Angeles Police Assert MacPherson Makes j Attack on District At torney Ryan Slated To Be Los Tipped that Kenneth Ormis elusive former radio man of Aimee Semple MacPhersons lus had returned to a squad of police and every available detective agency in the city searched for him Chief of Dectives Ben Cohn ad mitted receiving the tip but re1 fused to disclose the source of Northeastern Oklahoma was staggering from the of the most destructive on swirling flood waters it perienced in many ports from virtually every of this section of the state ried the same grim message frantic inhabitants of lowli deserting their disrupted hi in order to avoid the fury devastating With flood waters pouring i them from Kansas streams have been rampant for a the Oklahoma river and slowly crept over their banks Sunday and spread out over vast areas drowning two persons ren dering hundreds of families homeless and causing untold property and crop DRIVEN FROM HOMtRS Fifteen hundred residents of Bartiesville and driven from their homes when the Caney river rose Atp the high est mark it has reached in 18 following two days of rential climaxed by a cloudburst near The Caney rose foar feet in two hours at Bartiesville and drty was still rising at the rate of a foot an The water is within one block of the main street and many stores have re moved their stocks to prevent Bartiesville is without wafer and Ingles was drownedand Wil Ham Clark died of fright when he saw the flood waters coming into his V The government having won a sweeping victory in the federal cir cuit attorneys for the Pan Americanoil companies controlled by Edward Doheny were to take the burden of appeal in the oral Frank Hogan ami Frederick Kellogg headed Do When the heroes step from the train at the union the sig nal will be given to touch off the powder in the celebration keg and the roof is expected to be raised from the train Proud of Team The fans here heard the rever HOUSES SHAKEN INS Sixty miners were reported trap ped today in a coal mine explo sion at forty miles north of The explosion was said to have been caused by a heavy fall of forcing an accumulation of dust and ignition of gas in the The blast was so terrific that houses were shaken a half mile from the advices here Rescue workers were rushed to the scene from adjoining The blast occured at the Rog ers entry of the Roane Iron Com according to word henys brilliant array of While Atlee Pomerene and Owen J of Cardinal s heavy ar Roberts specially represented the Stadium yesterday and then ears Point in Question i The highest court will be calledshort time but it was present toduy j Upon to decide whether the they were proud of their ml 000 which Edward Do birds aa uny peacock that deny gave to Fall was a bribe or u strutted in a gilded loan to an oldtime That the town is illR to be Doheny is not only fighting to painted red is not a figurative state have the leases upheld but is seek1 Many of the paint stores mg to force the government to pay have announced they have sold out his companies about that particular Everybody spent in building naval oil storage is seeing and the sidewaiks of tanks at Pearl the streets and bouje exploring the California ifjvards win have a bright new the leases are if pians are carried out Several million dollars amassed froin the of oil from the Elk Hills reaervevla held In trust to Scalpers are taking advantage of the careless Overnight the prices and whereas on Sat urday ticket was a top MINE CAR TO AID INS miners were traped in a mine disaster at today according to word received at the bureau of mines The mine is operated by the Roane Iron the report head of the bu reau of immediately ord ered mines rescue car stationed at to proceed at once to Crowd at Temple Los INS After a recess over the week during which time Aimee Semple woman with the aid of her followers at Angelus portrayed the march of the a tableaux of religious which she claims is a parallel to her the preliminary hearing of the evangelist her Minnie and Lor raine all charged with was scheduled to gvt under way again An overflow crowd was on hand last night at Temple to watch and applaud MacPher son as the principal character ki the various episodes depicting re ligious MacPherson also kept up her attack on District Attorney Asa Keys last Speaking in to a the powerful radio station of Temple was utilized by her as a means of let ting the people have her version of Continued on Page Seven BREAKS IN LEVEE INS today was threat ened with complete inundation from the flood waters of the Ih inois following two disas trous breaks in the Hun dreds of working day and night daring the past week to keep the protecting dikes in have abandoned their task and left the town to its Many families have vacated their homes and fled to the hills The water is pouring in to the town and now stands sev eral feet deep in many of the The post office is sur rounded by three feet of Some of the more courageous citizens have moved Into the sec ond floors of their hop ing the water will not rise above that The town is Railroads and highways are all under The river has reach ed a flood stage of 23 12 feet and is still So far no loss of life has been The people had ample warning and either fled the city or took such precautions as they Damage is The flood resulting from almost continuous rainfall during the past several is Continued on Page Seven CARD GAME FATAL is dead and Noah 29 is in a hospital with ser ious gunshot wounds as the result of a fight over a card game on Sand mountain late ac cording to information jeceived Great Tiger K Ian Is Charged With Attempt to Attack Man New N I INS With one mrmbfr of i secret organization lnUl lor a magustrates thi after county authorities today continued to scour the county in un effort to rouiul up MX other members of hooded band which attempted to attack Kay Mcll young at his home ncur The seven hooded figures were routed by young aft er had culled him from his home on the pretext of wanting to buy Only alleged member of the band has been He is Clayton and is held under bond j pending his hearing atter i Officers today were inclined to i accept the theory that the hood ed figures were memberx of u secret organization which has just been founded in this Each of the worn by the midnight raiders wan marked which is said to ntaml for 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