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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21,
CINCINNATI STRIKE SETTLED "
I Company Agrees to Recognize Union
l and Men Return to Work.
EMPIiOYES CONCEDE OPEN SHOP
Wgi to Be Incrrnaeil, hut the
Amount of Itnliip U tn lie De
termined by Ilonrd of
CINCINNATI, Slay M.-Conferenccs be
tween representatives ot the Cincinnati
Traction company and leads of the
striking street car men's union ended last
night In an agreement by which the
strike was declared off. Service -will be
The street car men won the vital point
tor which they were contending, recog
nition of their recently formed union,
tout In return conceded the open shop
4 principle, whereby the company will be
allowed to employ nonunion .workers.
The company also pledges Itself to an In
crease of wages to all union and non
union employes without discrimination,
but the amount ot the Increase Is sub
ject to arbitration.
Union Winn Point.
The union also won the point that all
the old employes bo allowed to return
to work, It also w.ns decided that all
, those who were discharged after tha
union was formed and before the strike,
began will be reinstated. There aro
many other declarations In the document
signed by the traction men and the lead
ers. There now remains the formality
of having It endorsed by the directors
of the company and by vote of the union.
The strike was declared May 9 and
has resulted In a complete tloup of street
car transportation wince then. Efforts
of the company to move Its cars caused
serious rioting, which resulted In Mayor
unt making a demand Sunday on Gov
ernor Cox for troops to restore order.
"nlHiTV Merir of iimirirncrn.
The ending of the strike came after a
series of conferences which began last
week and were resumed today. The final
agreement was reached and Mayor Hunt
was sent for. After the provisions of
the agreement had beert reached and ap
proved by him the signatures of the
conferees were attached to It.
Will Tnkc StrlUe Ilnllol.
SAN FRANCISCO, May S-Strlke bal
lots wlll.be provided and a referendum
vote will be taken by the Brotherhood
of Railroad Trainmen to determine what
action shall follow the refusal of man
agers of railroads operating cast of the
Mississippi and north of the Ohio rivers
to consider a 15 per cent raise In pay
for conductors and brakemen. The re
sult of the vote will be known by the
end of June.
This was the substance of a statement
given out tonight by President V. O.
Lee of the brotherhood, which opened a
three weeks' convention In this city to
day. Inilnstrlnllntn Mnltt Thrent,
PHILADELPHIA. May ax-Throats to
tie up shipping all along the Atlantic
coast unless the 'longshoremen on strlko
hero are granted their demands wero
?iade today by national organizers of the
ndustrlal Workers of the World.
Three Tlioimnnil .M.'irliliilntK Strike.
BUFFALO, N. Y., May 20.-About 3.00C
machinists struck today for Increased
wages and shorter hours. The men de
mand a mtnltnum "of S7V4 cents nn hour.
Threaten Still Kiniilojca.
PATEItSON. N. J., Mny 20 -Fifteen
hundred strikers and sympathizers gath
ered near the Price mill at closing tlnm
today and threatened to do the employes
bodily harm when .they came out. Tho
mill owners, however, having anticipated
further trouble, excused his workers at
3 o'clock, when only a handful of pickets
were In the vicinity. Those the pollco
handled without serious disorder, mak
ing only one arrest
Kern Motion (o Committee.
WASHINGTON, May a.--After more
than a week of debato the senate re
ferred tonight to tho labor committee
Senator Kern's resolution for a federal
Investigation of conditions In the West
Virginia coal fields. Senator Kern an
nounced on the floor before the viva
voce vote wasaken that an agreement
had been reached to refer the resolution
and It was understood that the committee
would report It out within a few days.
It will then i come before the senate for
KNOWN THE' "V WORLD OVER
ISN'T it a shame the way a man will
cheat his face and his Gillette
just for lack of care in lathering!
Rub the lather in well. Loosen
up your beard. Don't impose on
your Gillette just because it is
more efficient than any other razor
you ever used.
Get Gillette Safety Razors and
Blades from dealers anywhere in
this city. T
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY, BOSTON
Broken Bow Wins
Ouster Field Meet
Notes from Beatrice
and Gage County
BEATRICE, Neb., May .-(Speclal.)
Judge L. M. Pemberton opened the May
term of. the district ceurt yesterday by
granting a divorce to Cora Cooper of Wy
mote from Loewell Cooper, but reserved
the decree until satisfied that the service
of summons was duly and regularly
made. A number of cases were called and
A detachment of, Company C In com
mand of Captain C. L. Brewster and
Lieutenant Cruncleton, numbering in all
about twenty men, went to Lincoln yes
terday for two days' target practice on
the state range.
The corn growing contests for the boys
of Qage county are to be carried on this
year by Farm Demonstrator Llebers. One
Is for five acres and the other one for
Mrs. C. S. Rife died here yesterday at
tho home of her daughter, Mrs. Q. U.
Qrltfls. She wa "1 years of age. The
body was taken to Red Cloud yesterday
afternoon tor Interment.
After hanging fire In tho courts for
four years the case of James Stewart
against Frank and Clydo Crano of Lib
erty, two boys charged with setting fire
to Stewart's barn, was disposed of In
county court yesterday, the defendants
Three cars attached to Rock Island
freight train No. 397 went Into tho ditch
between DuBols and Bern, Kan., yester
day, blocking traffic for a few hours.
Soft track Is Bald to have caused tho
Word was received here yesterday from
Spokane, Wash., announcing the death of
Mrs. J. J. Mead, a former Beatrice resi
dent. She Is survived by thrco sons and
BROKEN BOW, Neb., May .-(Spo-elal.)
The Custer count field meet that
ooourred here was largely nttended.
More Interest seemed to have been taken
tn the sports this yoar titan ever boforo
and some very creditable records wero
made. Broken Bow High school led oft
with a total of MH points; Ansley
followed with W, Merna F, Callaway 44.
Sargent 0, making a grand total ot 7S
points. The two students taking th
highest number -of points In the meet
were Harold Predmore, with lOVi, and
Harold England with 10. Both of those
belong to Broken Bow.
In the evening occurred the declamatory
contest, which was given at tho opera
house. Prises consisting of gold medals
were awarded as follows! Oratorical,
Annabel Beal. Broken. Bow. first! Erma,
Mayfleld, Merna. second. Dramatic, Earl
Varney, Broken Bow, first; Ocealn John
son, Callaway, second. Humorous, Mar
guerite Harrow, Callaway, first; Helen
NeAville, Merna, second. Tho judges ot
the contest were Prof. Bwiwn, Miss
Keech and R. M. Thompson, all of Ravenna.
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Mrs. Catherine rner.
MADISON, Neb., May 20.-(Speclal.)-Mrs.
Catherine Qejrner died at her home
in. this city early Sunday morning. May 18,
death resulting from a complication of
difficulties. Katherlne Knapp was born
in Germany In 1865, and came to Amer
ica and settled at Jollet, III., in 1865. In
1874 she was married to Fredrlch Schweit
zer and shortly after she and her hus
band settled on a homeatead near Mad
ison, where they resided until Mr.
Schweitzer's death In 1905. October 20, 1910,
the deceased was married to Colonol Fred
Gcgner of Madison, who survives her. She
Is also survived by four daughters, Mrs.
Elizabeth K. Felling. Mrs. Katherlne P.
Boysen, Mrs. Margaretha C. Schwank and
Mrs. Anna Maria Kettlesen, all of Modi
GT5NEVA, Neb., May 20.-(Ppeclal.)-Tho
funeral of Monlldca Pangle was
held at the family residence west of
Geneva Saturday, the Masons being In
charge. Rev. C. L. Meyers of the Meth
odist Episcopal church officiated'. Mr.
Pangle was almost 76 years of age and
served through the civil war. Twelve out
of fourteen children and his widow sur
, Note, from York.
YORK, Neb., May 20. (Special.) The
funeral of Mrs. John Heslar was held
yesterday. She was 62 years of age.
Gottlieb Broehl. an old settler of York
countyj died yesterday, aged 87 years.
Cadets of the York High school left for
Thayer yesterday for a three days enjj
campment. They marched to the depot
headed by their band. About fifty-five
were In line.
fluatnraa Chnnire nt Shrlton.
SHE3LTON, Neb., May 20. (Special.)
A deal was consummatea oaiuraay
whereby C. 8. Bailey secured the stock!
of Implements of Charles Gumprelcht
and the two stocks will at once be con
HartinKton Moit Pay.
HARTINGTON, Neb., May 20. (Spe
cial.) Hartlngton attorneys received
word today that the supreme court naa
affirmed the decision of tho district court
In the case of Edwin L. Macrlll against
tho city of Hartlngton. Macrlll fell on
the snow and ice on the streets of Hart
lngton In January, 1910. and dislocated
his hip. He sued the city for L500 and
at the fall term of district court In 1910
he was awarded damages ti the amount
E. O. miller.
E. O. Miller, commercial agent of the
Rock Island at Lincoln, v Is dead of
Bright's disease, aged w years. The
funeral will be held at Lincoln Thursday
afternoon at 2:30 o'olock and will be at
tended by a number of Omaha railroad
men. Mr. Miller had been continuously
with tho Rock Island for thirty-two years
Wo havo nbout 25 roflnlshod
Pianos on floors this wesk. Ex
perience tells us most will bo gono
Saturday. Your choice there.
Prices bolow Imagination. Terms
Talk Is chenp, but call and hear
tono volume and note general con
dition. Enough eald,
FOUR PIANO POINTERS
Leavea Money to Chnrchea,
FALLS CITY, Neb., May 20. (Special.)
George W. Camblln, whq died In this city
a few days ago. left an estate worth
about ttl.000. He was of a very re
ligious nature, and, believing In the tith
ing system, left bequests of COO to the
Wesleyan Methodist church at Milton-
vale, Kan.; the same amount to a sim
ilar church at Syracuse, N. Y., and $10)
to the Wesleyan Methodist church at
Willis, Kan., of which he was a member
Leslie Shaw Gets
ATLANTIC, la.. May 20.-(SpecUl Tel-egram.)-The
bid of 1294.000 for the At
lantic, Northern & Southern railway
made at the sale May 15 by" the Blakedel
company ot St. Louis, with which con
cern Leslie M, Shaw Is allied, was this
afternoon approved by Judge Arthur of
the district court
The judge stated that he expected to
get more money out of-the road, but he
was satisfied that no more could be sf
cured, so he' approved the bid.
What the Blakedel company will do
with the road Is not known here at the
present time, but It la thought they will
Improve It and build on farther south.
The ouster proceedings against the re
ceiver wll be taken up tomorrow and It
Is hoped that this will be the last of the
trouble with this road, which as been In
the hands ot the court for the last five
Tills Is Excep
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