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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1922)
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Market News of the Day
New York Bonds
(The Bst it tn only Omaha
ntwipapcr which publishes the o(
rkial cIom cf tha New York Itock
Sw tork, lii'.f II The feeluie if ta.
ace kan4 merei ihe firmer lae
tt Inlernailonal ;n.lion. both Ihe Kr.nrH
nd nelfiaa iravonmrni .ane ieuriae;
a ronetderable pen i''i
Maiiiee l lrt ffiiNi u ' '
tulled fet,m burial ami (. !
;n m ranch n.l ieiien Is"
and rr.mh nnin.i.4i ' mu.rii
better, thoufh meUii.f l hr.J thai,
Anions oilier li mi I'lunt ehanee er
mlsetl. Cseh-Jiii.e sa. llrasil ami
en Pulo tiiuwcd Mi'i'M, lehileMea.
rn 4a were aetiee, wuh I'rusus aa.
Hritleh leene were un-erlain un lha rear,
ilanar? trend of esfhae rates and l ib
"iy bondi finished al nominal gains and
Thar wera fear fhancta af not In the
1 .ineeilr raila. inliHle!e and utllltiee,
u( final tiuoiationa ahiiwed prfiondr-
nee of lama. To'al eslee (ar valu-)
lieisted 111.313. una
The Ntw Toik Central Hallroad rone
jinye new Ixt.biit ui'i t per tent refund
inf bonde, overeulierrilied almost kt the
ipenlna of Iba aerond lnoli. were quoie-l
if allfht premium on tha "curb." nilmr
w underwriting of the day war readily
New Tnrk, July 1 1 Ftillowinf aa In
lay'a hlh. low and i losing prtree of
arnda on tba Ntw Tnrk Hoi k eschangt
ind Iba lolal sal-a of ea h bond:
V. H. Honda.
islea (In II.HII0I Hllh Low Cloee
!t Liberty ls ....100 II lot : o II
4 I.lharty id 4a .'...lOO.OD 4 inn 0
SI4 Liberty lat 4 " . li J lOO.Ji
Ht1.lb.-rly Id 4a.. 100.14 100 01 li U
710 Liberty 3d 4s..lifU 100.10 100.14
itt I.lbarty 4th 4 is. . In 34 100.34 100 II
411 Victory 4i loo.lj 100 so luo.H
fatvicn 4lTarnmit. KlnU anal Munlrlpal.
I Argantlnt 7a I0i loo 10IH4
Horna la loll H4 Ml1
31 Bordi-au (a II 4a 1 HVi
44 Copanhaarn tVta... l 1W
1 Lyona (a II I0U W
3 Maraelllra I T4 "114
It Rio da Janalro ....100 ll 100
30 fan Paulo I ...... 1"! 'i 10IU 10la
1 Toklo la 70 T0i 74
1 Zurich la 110V, 1101, MOW
1 I'an Mun la A 1IU )
41 Dapt Saint 7a V
J4 Mm Can in 21.. 101 100H loos
11 Don Can la II !i l lli
I Dtch E Ind Ca 47.. 4 4H H
113 Dlch IS Ind a 3.. H Ktt
I'll French Rap la ....101 100 100
14 Franch Rap Ta .. tl'i tl II
11 Japanaaa lat 4Ma.. 0!S 2 2i
1 Japanaaa 4a 77 4a 77 4
1 Belgium 7m 1014 104Si 105
Btltlum (a ..looia 100 100
i Denmark a 114 'i IU
717 Natharlanda a II 17 tlV
14 Norway la 1101 UOtt U)(t
II Swtden la 101 103 103
I5 Parlt-I.y-Mcd It... 774a 'IH 'il
it Rap t'hiia la 41 103 103 103
1 Rap Uruiuay la...,104W 104 104t4
3 Quanaland 7 101 108 101
III Queensland loli 101 101
10 Rio Or BUI 1 10044 1004, 1004
11 Bwlaa Con 8 118 HIS H8i
II K O B a I S0 32.108 108 108
31 K Q B 1 6a 21.108 108 108
!1 K O B 1.11 37-103 103. 103
.I V 9 HraiU la ..10S 103 102
U 8 Mexlc-o ia .. II M 6
L'T U S Meilco 4a .. 47 46 47
Railway and Mlarellnneotia.
2 Adania Espreaa 4a.. 71 7 . 7
1 Ajax Rub 8 100 100 100
1 Am An Chm 7a ..104 101 103
1 Am Hmlt 6a .... 2S SS'St
7 Am Su Ca 101 101 101
7 Am T Tn 6a. ..114 114 114
15 Am T & T o t 6a.. 8 18 8
1 Am Writ Pa 7.... 8 86 86
6 Armour Co 4a.. 04i 0 90
II A T i 8 F ftl 4a.. II 13 3
3 A T 8 F adj 4a.. 14 13 8tt
( At C L lat con 4a.. 3 13 92
f At Ref a 108H 103 103
no Bait at Ohio a ....100 lff 100
105 ,Bnlt Ohio ev- 41 82 82 . 824,
27 Bell Tl Penn 7a. .108 108 10
8 Btth t ref ia...r6 95 95
7 Beth St p m 6s.. 91 0 90
1 Bkln Ed lien 7s D.-IOTMi 707- 107
If Can North a ..111 lit 111
1 Can Pao d 4a .... 71 71 71
4 Cent Oa 6a 100 100
23 Cent l,eth 6 94 IT 1
42 Cent Pao td 4a..,. 90 10 JO Ji
3 Cerro Pasco 8a ..118 117 118
SI Chf-a A Ohio cv 6s.. 93 93 93
5 Chea Ohio cv 4a 88 87 88
"0 C B Q ref 6a A.. 100 100 100
t.: Chl A E III la.. 81 80 81
6 Chl Ot Waat.. 4.V 10 " 0S (
2 C M ft it P cv 4a 9 ff , 61
23 C M A Bt P ref 4a 64 63 63
1 C A N W 6S....110 110 110
1 Chl Kya 6 80 80 80
1 C R I A P gen 4s.. 83 83 83
it C R I ft P ref 4s.. 81 SOU 80
3 C A W Ind 4a 74 74 - 74 . 74 ,
6 Chile Cop 6 fl 91 fl
5 Colo A So ref 4s.. S9 88 88
SI Col O A El 6, .... 9 96 95
3 Con Coal 114 6a 18 81 88
87 Con Oaa fa 119 HI 119
4 Cuba Cn Rf d 8s.. IT Ml .--IT -i.
50 Pel A Hud v 6a.. 97 96 97,
3 Pet Bd raf 103 101 lot ,
20 Pet lltd Rya 4s.. IS 8S 83-
6 Dlmnd Mtch 71. .101 108 1084a
15 ppnt Nam 7a ..107 107 107
3 Puquema Lt 6a 102 102 103
;l Ediaon den .fa p.. ,107 10T 107
47 Erie (tn 4 64 64 14
25 Erla pr lien 4 14 63
li F'.sU Rub Is 106 105 105
I Fla K Coast 4s. 9111H 9t-
21 Framcr I D "s.. 95 95 .95
22 Gen Elec d 6s ..101 100 101
Qoodycar T 8s St.. 103 102 102
3 and Tnk Ry C 7s. .113 113 113
13 Gnd Tnk Ry C Ca. 103 102 103 , .
178 Ort North 7a A. ,110 109 101
81 Ort North la B..101 100 101
17 Hud A Stref 6s A.. 84 83 83
T4 Hud A M ad Inc 6s 62 62 . 62
3 111 Cent 6s 101 101 101
1 111 Cont rtf 4s .... 88 88 88
8 111 t d 41 91 90 90
19 Ind St la 101 : 100 101
i Int Met 12 . l? , J.,
11 Int Mat 41 tf-.. 11 US
12 Int R T rtf ia 68 67 68
43 Int M M Bf 6s 96 96 96
18 Int Pa ref 6a B.... 86 86 86
16 Invlnc Oil 8a 98 97 98
I Ia Cent ref 4s -46 4S 46'i
13 K C Ft S A M 4.. 78 78 78
It K C So 6a ......... 89 89 89
3 Kell 8prln T 8..108 0S 108
. 1 Iiacled O St L 1st ia 91 fl fl
5 I, S 4 M i d 4s 38., 94 94 94
U L 3 ft II I d II 31-. 93 13 93
14 Lehigh Val Is 103 102 102
10 L, A N ref 5s..l05 105 105
15 I. A N unified 4s.. 93 92 92
-0 Mkt St Ry con 6s.. 88 7 18
SMarli.nl Oil la ..103. 102 108
3 Max Pat la 106 104 104
Mid St cv 6 II 18. II
IS M A St fi-ref is.. 45 46 46
6 M St PASSU 6s.l02 101 101
10 M K A T n p 1 6a A 12 83 13
60 M K A T n ad 6a A. 57 56 67
5 M K A T 1st 4a.. 81 It II
1 Mo Pao ref 6s 23.. 100 100 100
I 73 Mo Pac gen 4s 64 63U 63
23 Mont Pow 5S A 89 SS 99
1 Movyia A C 1st 4s 85 86 85
2 Nat Tuba 6s 100 100 100
i N O T A M lnc 6s.. 71 71 71
49 N W C eol la :.105 106 105
11 N T C 1 is U'S 104 106
25 N T C eon -4s S3 85 85
6 N T C A St L d t.. 86 8 80
26 N T Kd ref Ia..l0l 109 J0I
i NT NH A H c 6s 48 83 St 81
S NT NH A H A 8 &7 62 52 62
7 N.T T d 6a 49. .106 104 101
51 N T T ref ia 41. ...106 104 105
'23 N T W A Boa 4s.. 46 15 65
15 Nor A is A,. 9
7 Nor West cv la.. 110 110 110
11 N.rth Pao p In 4a II IS SS
405 N P-O N Jt .ia.,107 106 107
3 Nor Sta P ref 5a A. 91 91 91
22 N W Ball Tel 7a. 106 106 106
26 Or A Cal 1st 6a. .100 100100
7 Or Sht L (td 5s rtf. 104 104 104
17 O Sht t raf 4a.. 93 93 13
94 Or-Wsh RRAN 4s. 81 81 II
i Olla St la A .109 1J0 100
24 Pao O A El 5s 91 90 90
t Pae TAT 6s 96 96 96
1 Packard Motor la.107 107 107
1 Paa-Am PAT 7a. .101 101 J01
7 fan. R R S ..108 108 108
li p"3 R R en 6a..l01 1J 101
4 rraa R R 93 H
7 art Mara ref ia.. f 6 96
lirVfut lnc 4... li 36
5 P CC A St Kj Is A. 17 91 JT
1 P Ry LI A F 6a.. M 86 J6
15 Reading gan 4.... 14 84 84
5 R O A W lat 4a.. 78 .8, .8
1 R I A A L 4-. HH Jta l!a
3 St L I Mt A So rt 4 18
I it I a I T adl la.. Tf 79 79
57 St L A B F ino fa. "
7 St L A a F p I 4a A. 73 71 71
I It l I W lit 4a. U 7 73
1 St P A K C S L 4a II 13 81
77 Sa.be.rd A L eon la 40 61 . 40
2 Saabord A L ad i fa 34 t l
aVraboard A L rf 4 43 43 43
f Sharon St Hp Is A. 91 97 91
2 Slaclatr Oil ev f a.l04 104 104
41 .Sinclair Oil eat la. II tf tf
: 8 Ball T ia tt 9f 94
8a Paa v 4a 3 tl
8a Paa raf 4...... ft tt
ti Sa Paa a t 4a It ft tt
76 So Ry tea fa....l0t lot 19
J So Ry cod ia.... ti 96 ti
34 So Ry fen 4a fl ' 17
13 Prt Rtc S gTa 1 IT ft
tt saa on cai Ta.aof 36 iff
. T A Paa lat U.. 93 934a tl
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If K'np i) A F 7a . ! 91 ta
II Mia- talr I ruda ie. tt ft !
Total aalaa of bonda li.day war III.'
iil.toi compared with III III. 10 (.taviuue
day and l.JU,oi a yar a.
4 bimaa blurka.
lUi.ae -t pn..a f ih. laad ng I hl.asa
turka iMlKialiad by La-fan A
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Anuour A i a pM ,
l'4ahy . .,
Mi. on rum..
I Ibby ,
M.nif.inir'y -Wr. , ,,
Mai laih.r. near
Swift A Co
Naw All W..k
Jasiffv Taa Caanaaaiaa
My Faaaia Hurat
N. Y. Curb Bonds
New Tork. July II Trsnaa.llona on Iht I
New Yarn mrB Snnd niark.t today wria;
Honiesllr Dumla, !
ttalas Hiah. Iiw Cloaa. I
I Allied Parker . I'i al tl!
ii Allied ra Kar aa .. va sav, ?a
li Am Cotton Oil ia II tt 19
21 Am I. b T la w 1 00', loo o
4 Am T A T la '23. .loe luo lous
I Am T T ta '14 lul ltl lot
I Aaaronda Cup la . I0' 100 l0
I Ana Cop 7a '21 ..103 103 101
3 Anglo Am (HI Ta.loi IH 101
20 Armour A Co 7a . .11 14 loi
21 Atl 1 A W I ia .. iJ 41 a:
I Beaver II la ctf .. 7 7 7
I Heih Steel 7a '21.101 104 14
II Hath la 'li ....103 in; lot
: Hkly U Uaa 7a . ...1"t 101 105
I Can .Net Ky en 7i.im joi loi
17 Can Nat Hy la .... It 91 tt
f Coaaol Textile Sa . . 9i 99 99
1 Cop tx Aaan le'23.!ul loi 101
II Cop Ex Aaan la '24 loju 103 103
13 Top Kx Aaan la '16.104 H4 104
f Cudahy 7 101 loi 101
I Deere A Co 7a ..101 101 101
1 Fed I. Hank 4a..l00 10') 100
4 Freeport Te 7i ..143 140 140
. 1 Ualena 8 oil 7i ..H5 1"S K'6
37 Uoodrlrb T
7 Urand Trunk I a
I Uult Ull 7a ...
3 (lulf Oil ia ...
1 Humble Oil fa .
3 Inter R T 8a '2
6 Kan O A K is .
2 Larlede Oaa 7s
A L M N A ii 7s
1 .Morris A Co 7a.l05 105
12 Nat Arma 7 'is .. 97 94
4 Nat Cloak A A Is. . 102 101
1 Nat Leather la ..98 ft
1 NY NH A H Ta .. 17 17 'a
' I Phil Pet 7e w t.,102 101
II P a C of N J 7a. .101 loi
T Robert Oalr 7a .. 97 97
t 8k A Co 7 98 tl
Seara-Roeb 7a '22.. 100 loo 100
1 Hhawaheen 7a 104 14 104
1 Selvay A Co 8a ..105 105 105
3 S Bell Tel 7a 102 102 102
3 8 Oil N Y 7a '86.. 105 105 105
4 8 O N Y 7a '26. .106 106 108
1 8 O N Y 7a '27. .101 105 108
1 S O N Y 7a '28. .106 106 106
13 8 O N Y 7a, '30. .107 107 107
4 8 O N Y Ta '31. .104 106 106
11 8 O N Y S ..109 108 108
I Bun Oil 7a 100 100l 100
5 Swift A Co 7a '25.. 103 101 103
22 Swift A Co 7a '31. .103 102 102
30 U Oil Cal 6 101 100 101
20 V Oil Prod 8s ....104 104 104
8 U Rya of H 78 ..104 104 104-,
10 Vacuum OH 7a ..107 106 107
..103 1'3 103
lot ma I "f
104 0 104
..101 101 in
..100 100 100
.. 90 90 90
. . 96 95 la
..100 100 100
.. 99 99 91
.101 101 101
Wednesday we offff wonderful
Dress bargain. Gingham ami
Voile Dresses at $3.95 and $5.95.
Silk Dresses at $12.50 and $15.
1512 Douflst Strtat
ttr OOflf DAVIDSON I
Mats. lScllEveSa 20c
Tha darlini of tha acrcan m
a play of thrills and intents
Knows Who She Is
at lOilO A. M.
r- 9 rrVaa-
WTTVI THt fAMOUS MANWratt) rrVPrUY
Seat Sala at Beaton's
Priceti Adultt, 75c Children, 50c
Including War Tax
NOW TILL WEDNESDAY
t'oniedy Orchestra Organ
Toelay, Tomorrow and Friday.
MORAN & WISER
The Boya With ihe Hall.
Six Unequalled Vaudeville Acta and
, Suparb Photoplays.
Aad a BUI of Top-Notch Quality.
James Oliver Curwood's
Drama af Hudson Bay Country
"JAN OF THE
Ona of tha biggest outdoor pictures.
Filled with action, romance, auspanaa.
Thrilla galore Human intensity.
Entire caat of all atara.
lt will hold you opellbound.
Great aituationa from outdoor life!
LOCUST ST CAR LiNE '
jf Extraordinary Announcement
r A Select Part of
To Be Sold at Absolute
Choice Homesites Located at
Omaha's Only Summer Resort
BY AUTO Dme out
16th street to Locust, then
east on Locust . to 9th
street to Carter Lake Club
for Wavecreat,. or east on
Redick Blvd. to Neptune
Place. . i
Sales Held Rain or Shine Under Large Electric Lighted Tent
Two Sales Daily at 2:30 and 7:00 M.
HOW TO GET THERE Take the Carter Lake car on the Sherman Avenue line
at 16th and Locust streets to Carter Lake Club, East Gate on 13th street at
To Advertise and Induce You to See This Property
$2500 in Gifts Distributed
You Do Not Have to Bid or Buy to Receive a Gift
PARTIAL DISPLAY OF GIFTS AT OUR STORE, 220 S. 15th ST., WORLD-HERALD BUILDING
O. C REDICK, Owner Write or Call for Booklet and Map KEBER-HARTER CO.
Omaha Nat Bank BIdg. ' Telephone JAckson 1612 Auctioneers
FOR A TEM
JUNCTION AND ORDER
In the District Court of the United State,
For the Diitrict of Nebmka.
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY,
HAILWAY KMPL0YK8 DEPARTMENT OF THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF
LABOK. B. M. Jewell, ss Preeiilent of Mid Federation snd Individually, J. F. le
drain, at Vite President of aaid Federation and Individually, and J. Srott, as
Secretsry-Treasurur of aaid Federation and Individually.
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM FEDERATION NO. 105 OF THE RAILWAY EMPLOYES'
DEPARTMENT OF THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR, B. Jl. Furee. as
Prudent of aaid Federation and Individually, and Anthony Johneon, ai Secretary.
Treasurer of said Federation and Individually, William Witburo. C. J. Shrum, r. M.
Wageman, A. M. Glbfon, B. R. Roach, B. 11. Furee, aa Members of the Executive
Board of laid Federation No. 105 and Individually.
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MACHINISTS, WILLIAM It. JOHNSTON. a
Prcident of aaid Aeaoclation and Individually, Thorna Witaon, aa ice Preaident
of said Anociation and Individually, and William Wilburn, aa General Chairman
of aaid Association.
LOCAL UNION NO. 31 OF INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MACHINISTS
of Omaha, Nebraska, N. tttckel. a Chairman of eald Local Union No. 51 and
Individually, and V. BJornbenr, Howard Gatet and R. D. Moore, si Committeemen
of aaid Local Union No. 81 and Individually.
INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF BLACKSMITHS, DROP FORGERS AND
HELPERS OF AMERICA, J. W. Kline, aa Preiident of aaid Brotherhood and
Individually, and C. J. Shrum. ai General Chairman of said Brotherhood.
LOCAL UNION NO. 60 OF INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF BLACK-
- SMITHS, DROP FORGERS AND HELPERS OF AMERICA of Omaha, Nebra.ka,
William Plager, aa Local Chairman of aaid Local Union No. 60. and Individually,
and Geo. Harkins and G. B. Wray, ss Committeemen of aaid Local Union No. B0
INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF BOILERMAKERS, IRON SHIP BUILD
ERS AND HELPERS OF AMERICA, J. A. Franklin, aa Preaident of aaid Brother
hood and Individually, and F. M. Wageman, ai General Chairman of aaid
LOCAL UNION NO. 663 OF INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF BOILER
MAKERS, IRON SHIP BUILDERS -AND HELPERS OF AMERICA Omaha,
Nebraska, N. Collins, as Local Chairman of aaid Local Union No. 663 and Individ
ually and S. Mcllen, W. W. Dodaon and Robt J. Blaney, sa Committeemen of aaid
Local Union No. 663 and Individually.
AMALGAMATED SHEET METAL WORKERS INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE, J.
J. Hynes, aa President of aaid Alliance and Individually, and A. M. Gibaon, aa
General Chairman of aaid Alliance.
LOCAL UNION No. OF AMALGAMATED SHEET METAL WORKERS'
INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE of Omaha, Nebrsika, William Zieiel, sa Local
Chairman of said Local Union No. and Individually, and John Connell, A.
B. Lameon, John Sommera, as Committeemen of said Local Union No. 1
INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS. Jae. P. Noonan,
as President of aaid Brotherhood and Individually, and B. R. Roach ai General
Chairman of said Brotherhood.
LOCAL UNION NO. 205 OF THE INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF
ELECTRICAL WORKERS of Omaha, Nebraaka, J. B. Chriatie, as Local Chairman
of said Local Union No. 205 and Individually, and A. W. Farmer, R. K. Langaon,
Earl Eastham and Harvey Bradshaw, ss Committeemen of said Local Union No.
205 and Individually.
BROTHERHOOD RAILWAY CARMEN OF AMERICA, MARTIN F. RYAN, as Preai
dent of said .Brotherhood and Individually, and B. H. Furse, as General Chairman
of aaid Brotherhood. '
LOCAL UNION NO. 349 OF THE BROTHERHOOD RAILWAY CARMEN OF
AMERICA of Omaha, Nebraska, Geo. Alden as Acting Chairman of said Local
Union No. 349 and Individually.
LOCAL UNION NO. 103 OF BROTHERHOOD RAILWAY CARMEN OF AMERICA
of Omaha, Nebraska, J. B. Watley, aa Chairman of said Local Union No. 103 and
Individually, and D. Salco, Floyd Behan, as Committeemen of aaid Local Union
ixu. IVd miu uiuiv luuaiijr. , r
Complainant upon filing its bill herein, havin g moved the Court to grant it a temporary prelimi- I
nary injunction in accordance with the prayer of the bill, aaid motion is now set down for hearing f
on the 20th day of July, 1922, 10 o'clock, a. m., at Omaha, Nebraska; and it-appearing to the under- ,
signed Judge of this Court from the specific facts shown by the verified bill and the evidence of- j
fered, that immediate and irreparable injury, losg or damage will result to the applicant before !
notice can be served and a hearing thereon, in that defendants and others in active concert or par-
ticipating with them are unlawfully attacking, thr eatening and injuring plaintiff's employes in their
homes and on their way to work and returning therefrom; and that these said threats, attacks and
intimidations are causing said employes, because thereof, to remain away from the premises, depots, .
stations, shops and roundhouses of plaintiff, thereby hindering, delaying, interrupting and interfer-
ing with plaintiff's business in the transpor tation of the United States mails and In the trans
portation of Interstate Commerce, freight and passengers; and that the defendants and others in ac- ,
tive concert or participating with them, have unlawfully assaulted, beaten and threatened to maim .
and murder plaintiff's watchmen in and about its stations, yards and shops and upon the public
highways, and that the defendants and those in active concert or participating with them thus unlaw- '
fully acting: are not financially responsible and th at because thereof and because of the acts afore-
said which the said defendants and others in active concert or participating with them are doing and
unless restrained will continue to do. and said in iurv to the complainant is irreparable and that be
cause thereof, restraining order is necessary to prevent irreparable injury to the property rights of .:
the plaintiff, to-wit :
Great loss to plaintiff and great destruction of its property; wrongful and unlawful interfer
ence with the conduct of plaintiff's business as a c ommon carrier of interestate commerce and of
United States mail; preventing plaintiff from performing its duties under the Interstate Commerce ,
Act and other Federal statutes applicable to. railroads; personal in jury and los of life to plaintiff's
employes for which injuries there is no adequat e remedy at law, and because thereof, the applica- .
tion of the plaintiff for restraining order without notice be and hereby is granted.
XT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that temporary restraining order be and hereby is issued herein '
commanding the defendants hereinbefore described andaany and all other persons in active concert !
or participating with them and all persons associating or acting with them in the so-called "strike" of.
the members of tle six federated shop crafts named , and all other persons who are within thedistrict of
Nebraska, having notice of this order pending th e further order of this court to absolutely desist. '
refrain frQm in any manner interfering with the f ree use and occupation by plaintiff of any and
all its property or premises of every kind or character, and from interfering with, hindering, obstruct
ing or stopping any of the business of plaintiff or its agents, officers and employes in the opera
tion of plaintiff's railroad or any department or part therof; and restraining them from such inter- ','
ference; and from destroying, or injuring, or attempting to destroy or injure .plaintiff's property,
said order further .restraining them from in any m anner whatsoever, by use of threats, personal
injury, suggestion of danger or threats of violence of any kinds, interfering with, nin- j
dering, obstructing, or stopping any perso n engaged in the employ of the plaintiff, '
or any person desiring to enter its emplo yment in connection with, its business or'
the operation of its line of railroad in th e District of Nebraska or from inducing or attempt- ,.
ing to induce or compel by threats, intimidation, force or violence, or by the fear or suggestion of r
danger, any person so employed or desiring such emplyoment so as to cause them to refuse to perform '
any of their duties as employes, if employed, or to enter such employment, if they so desire; and
from interfering with the employes of said plain tiff in going, to or from their daily work, and from,
either singly or collectively, going to the homes o f said plaintiff's employes, or any of them, for the .
purpoae of intimidating them, or coercing any o r all of them to leave the employment of the com
plainant, and, as well, from intimidating or threat ening in any manner the wives and families of said
employes; further restraining them from protecting, aiding or assisting any person or persons in
committing any of said acts to restrained as aforesaid; and further restraining them from as-
sembling, loitering or congregating upon, about or in proximity to the shops, roundhouses, depots, '
tracks, yards or other premises of the plaintiff at Omaha, Nebraska, or elsewhere for the purpose '
of doing or attempting to do any of the acta so restrained as aforesaid; and further restraining
them-from picketing or maintaining at or near the premises of the plaintiff ox on or near the
streets leading to the premises of the plaintiff, or at each point of ingress or egress to or from
plaintiff's property, premises or places of busines s, more than one picket or representative, and that '
all and singular, the defendants other than such single picket or representative and all and singular
the persons in active concert or participating with the defendants or any of them, unlawfully as
hereinbefore set forth, are enjoined from congrega ting or loitering on the property or premises or in -t
the immediate neighboring streets by which access is had to the property or premises of the plain-
tiff, under circumstances where the natural or probable consequences of the same would be in any
manner to aid or abet any of the acts or conduc t restrained by this order or to interfere with plain
tiff's business. 1 , 'I
That such single picket or representative of the 'defendants and the persons in active concert
oi1 participating with them hereby allowed shall have the right to observe and communicate to those
entering or leaving the property or premises of the plaintiff and to persuade such persons, but are
hereby enjoined from making their communications to such persons in an abusive, libelous or threat
ening manner; or from obstructing any unwilling listener by persistent following or accompani
ment, and from using any meana or doing anything to intimidate any employe or person seeking
employment or having business with the plaintiff. .
And further restraining and enjoining them f rom doing any act or thing whatever in further- '
ahce of any conspiracy or combination among them, or any of them, to obstruct or interfere with
complainant, its officers, agents or employes in the free and unrestrained control and operation of i
its railroad and the conduct of its business, and from defacing, tearing down, or in any manner or
way mutilating any copies of any' writs issued or posted hereunder. '
Service of this order shall be made by copy thereof served on the defendants named in the
bill and as to those unknown and unnamed, the same to beand become effective upon the publica- i
tion of same in the Omaha World-Herald, Omaha Bee and Omaha Daily News, on the posting of a
copy of this order in one or more of the plaintiff's shops in this district; and the Marshal of this
court is directed immediately to publish and post n oticei of this restraining order, and that he be
and hereby is authorized and directed to commissio n a sufficient number of Deputy Marshals to make
v this order in all respects promptly effective, and to continue the same :n effect until the further
order of this court i
The plaintiff, having given a bond in the penal sum cf Ten Thousand Dollars, conditioned ac- ,
cording to law, this order be. and the same hereby is made immediately effective.
Motion may be filed for dissolution of this re straining order upon two days' notice, as provided ;
This order to remain in effect until the 20th day of July, A. D., 1922; and to such further ",
time as this court may hereinafter order in the ma nner provided by law of which notice must be
taken. , r
This order signed and issued this 11th day of July, 1922, at 3:30 o'clock, p. m. " J
J. W. WOODROUGH. 5
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