1922-09-23-12 E. Edwin Braem
S TRIKING shopmen of the El Paso & Southwestern federated shop- craft system failed Friday afternoon in an attempt to negotiate for a strike settlement based on the Baltimore agreement. A delegation of five strikers, headed by E. H. Perkins, chairman of the El Paso & Southwestern federated shopcrait system, was told by A. E. Sweet, general manager of the El Paso & Southwestern system, that the strikers would have to return to work as individuals and that he could not confer with the strikers as a body. MeetliiK I m Xot LiOnj?. The members of the striker’s delegation who accompanied Mr. Perking were Lawrence Bruno, of the boilermakers; A. Bishop, of the carmen; Peter McKee, of the coppersmiths; F. T. Wentzel, of the blacksmiths and F. Campbell of the machinists. .......................... .—-------------------O. H. Thorman, Guy L. Frazer, F. R. , Yelton, P. R. Franklin, H. G. Persons, ' F. B. Moore, H C. Poske, C. S. Weeks, A. L,. Enger, George Glardon, C A. Goetting, A. Janke, H. K Russell, Martin Brennan, F. Bartlett, J. H. Jester, Robert Welsch, E. D. Pratt, E. Braem, Edwin Braem, H. R. Field, J. D. Young, W. D. Gillard, J. F. Driscoll, H. imi, F. H. i'razier, G. A. Vaughan, W F. Lucas and C. G. Harcourt.