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which, notwithstanding some minor de?
tection?, are admitted by the strikers
to have stood Irke a stone vall-wo far.
T'je Jones & Laughlin Company is the
only steel ei>r.e< n. that has been ahle
? 0 maintain full production since the
strike started, and ?t has been a thorn
? *.n the side of the strike committee, li? -
poated efforts mude to stampede its
neu have failed, and now a tremen?
dous effort ia to be made on Monday.
Ton i?ht and to-morrow th< usi nda of
- ?0 b( .-,.?'; -'.?ti i i reading
at foil? v.
"Jones? I lughlin workers, sticke
Monda] S Join the ratiKs
of the 825,000 steel workers now on
strike. i ? isands of you have joined
?) c unions the past week. By ?II
quitting in a body you can bring the
great Jones a '?-?? hlin piar.'s to a
standst ill, and thus prevent youi
'rom being used to break the ni i .-.. I
rs' strik? B? o en. Demand
your rights, l'on't go to work Monday
Denies Strike Is Breaking
\ i ?; of the manj re?
ports of mi n go ng ' nek 11 w ork '.'
? ?. ?, y,
w is not seriously 'or aking, Secretary
Fos er, of tl - : commi .-.-. id :
?'The - : g sei iou ly
vhere e'se, ThcBe
,- poi I ? i nol
ii.g b tl pi ? You i eportei ?
ret th can't get
them yo iuso to d
t all the
Vo i i ? i ?. he stuff
o< al con esj ? end T<> the
i -. cohtrot'.ed direct
y oi din f lompnnies
i . . visit the mills you
are easilj fooled. A steel nuil is a
? ; ?? - an
? ep ? . len the*, Iiavi busy
making oki u'i i know tea'.
they are i
steel just 1 ? no s.
Eigh Hundred More at Homestead
On tl othei apparentlj re)i
l the gri* o
lower '> was stro -.
er thai - e tl
reported that 500
to-day than yes
; oi e. ..
er cent u-;ual, and
? en son roven as i ?ted at
1 d Gary, as well as
ern Ohio cam?
I ' ? Ils tl 11
i conn back or were
? . com
-. ? . i : e's n e Mon
? ? ?? ! mills would
. , . -
l?-- - e S tee I
': 11 ep o r te d t h
. ?? i voted 4 to 1' to re
ports * ? ? ?. ' .- i. ' : ,
. oil ? on Mon?
I . i-e i lie ! uccess
it, Monday i cipa ted
tl i ' '-. bi "shot" beton- the
' Seek to it'sure Confidence
T? oountei aci tl e drive o thi em?
ploye rs I trikei ? a a
? i . ' rom tin Bethlehem
itri - ? heii s wil h thi
Iones & I they ha*
. ' . mting m ich on
he n thi plan to hold in
from New York to ,
In soi equence of the agitation
ippi ol meetings
and th ? ?? vcritii - of tie state constab
1 ? ? ? have n ceived
I ta b i - : y wil!
May off" in a measure and that they |
will bi ?-. owed more latitude with th< ir
r.eetii op ail meeting is
p an ue '. ? o-morrow with of
? i ' ui ? 11 i s sa i d 11 v, a m a i
Clairton thai thi police broke up a
? ???'. lay, with many resui- !
tant .- : ? ital clubbing
1 he stril pe to bi the
gainers >? .ittee hearings
h -re. assum n ee will come
md tl ? ? ? thi m who
have beei i loi roughly
have an oppoi
*. 11 p 11 j t,, tell tin coi i ? ' 0
i '. ? enatoi vi 11 bi
repn enl to thi elief of
? i ' a d a visit, it is < xpected,
would tend to hold the weak-kneed In
Railroad Men Complain
A n< w .angl he i clnt ion of *he
railwa* s to the i ? out to-day,
when t rai nmei i 3 lent ment at
the "planl " hat have bei ti added
by loci ; pa *u ager trains Such trains
.: th ro ij ;h I he m ill > ards
o:- ein?,? to !ti m as most railwa
hereabouts do? are how stopping there
for the benefit of the steel mi n at
work. Who arc tl u? able to i,1" to or
I from the mills without "being closely
i scrutinised or held up by pickets and
| ?tiikera. Tbe trainmen object to jthe
? extra work, and also to the assistance
! they thus give theTmlls.
Pittsburgh was nuzzled to-day toy an
j unsigned full page advertisement in
English- and ia live foreign languages
in alt the newspapers urging the stiv?
ers to return to work Monday, because
lite greater port of tbe advertisement
was given over to Quotations from
Foster's "syndicalist" pamphlet o' such
a selection that the downtrodden
worker would gather that if the strike
was to bring ab ?at a-ich things he
ought to be for ?U Ali the steel cpm
panies and public nuociatione denied
responsibility for It. The companies
are circulating cards throughout the
labor district cal line on the men to re?
turn to work Monday.
Priest Takes Hand 'in Strike
Much interest was aroused here- by
n pastoral letter published by the Rev!
Father rUomas Devlin, pastor o? Holy
i ross Church, in which be declares
that the American Federation of Labor
"Seems to bave f?llen into the hands
of the Bolsheviki and the Reds, turned
a deaf ear to the request of its own
superior officer and appointed a pro?
fessed syndicalist. William Z. Foster,
; i organize the steel workers in the
great Pittsburgh district."
The letter conclude?, after asking
why Foster ia nol arrested, and assert
ng thai bis teachings are worse than
those of Uerkman, Goldman or any of
the Russian l?'ds:
"As for the men of the Holy Cross,
1 have every confidence in their intel?
ligence and good judgment and have
no fear that they will be inflamed by
the sophistries >^'' the radicals, but as
a mat tor ol precaui ion I have give :
warning that if any should follow the
hip of Foster, u would be
equivalent to indorsing his doctrines,
and i shouid regard tliem as apostates
fron tin Catholic faith, traitera to ?
their countrj and enemies to au-1
'Prepare lor Legal Fight
VY. R. Rubin, the New York atl.o no>
I iin< d by thi ? trike committee to de
. d acl n? against arrested organ?
izers and strikers and otherwise idviso
.ttee, arrived to-da\. FranV
P Walsh, of Kansi s City, is ex icrted
on a similai mission within a fev ? ays
These lawyers are expected, according!
to Chairman Fitzpatrick, to put Perm-;
sylvnma' ''back on the may of the
United State-." : he stale now b( i ig
figuratively, according to Secretary
? oster, in the Balkans,
The only important shutdown re
..-? d to-day was that of the York
ville, Ohio, milts of the Wheeling Steel
and Iron Company, which wer* closed
by p. strike of engineers^ though its
other departments were working under
union agreements. This shutdown
throws 1 i"1' men out of work and.
makes the fifth and last of the com-!
pany's pla : i s to close.
In general, '.he ?rst week of the great
steel strike ends with the industry i
gem-rally prostrated, but showing signs
of revival and with strong indications
of e vigorous comebuCk th? flrsl i f
next v.e'k. whicn may be offset bj tl
strike ordered in the plants i f the
Threat to Invade
Weir ton Repeated
Authorities Will Be Ready
to Prevent March of
Strikers to West Va.
STEURENVILLE, Ohio, Sept, 27
With th? mills here und ai Mingo
?? lesod, rntoresi in -the. stcell s'nkv situ?
ation to-day centred on the threatened
march of Steubenvillle and Mingo
strikers to Weirton; \V.; V?.. next Mon?
day afternoon-, if .tue Weirton Stee'l
C imnany's plant there continues in op
e r a t i o i
Secretary Frank U ilson, addri -, ?np .,
ma - - meet .. oi Weirton wo rkm :
? : o had 'aile-d ti ?.. out at thi
last Monday, stated enrphatioalli thai
such a parade would be held: thai the
men on the Ohio side of the river were
determined, and would march to Weir
ton five thousand to eight thousand
strong, and that he could not prevent
them from going,
Authorities Will Be Rfeadj
The authorities here have taken no
action as yet to stop the proposed pa?
rade, but a is understood they will be
ready to stop it Monday if the parade
is formed in this cit>. A bridge spans
tne Ohio River here leading to the l
West Virginia side. It is five miles up
the river to the town of Weirton,
P. !.. Biooks, former chief of police I
at Clarksburg, has a police force of 125
men ?n Weirton, uno the company .
claims ii has &?0 additional men from
I plants deputized foi emerge/icy.
?'bei If A .-: Cooper of Hancock County,
u ? Va., tat* . l liai he would, do all in
his powei to stop any di?orders, but
that he sincerely hoped no auch parade
would be formed
Corn ?ell Warns Ohio
CHARLESTON, W. Va.. Sept. 1?7 - i
After reading that Frank Wilson, :
secretary of, the Stgupenville ?t??l
stnke committee, had declared he '<
would be i nabli to prevent an in?
vasion of West Virginia by the Ohio !
strikers unless the Weirton mill- close
"'? Monday afternoon. Governor
1 ornwell to-day sent another telegram
to Governor James M. Cox, of Ohio
demanding protection. In his tele
i gram, Governor Cornwell placed the
whole responsibility for preventing the
inarch on the Ohio executive. He said:
I ''Associated f*eess dispatch quotes
I one Prank Wilson, secretary of the
| Stoubcnvilir* steel strike committee, ns
saying: 'If the Weirton mill is not
down by Monday afternoon, I cannot
stop our men from this side of the
river from marching to Weirton. They
are determined to go and there will
be trouble when they do.'
Suggest? Federal Troops
"The dispatch further say?: 'Jeffer?
son Coun?y and Steubenville officials
admit they have not as yet made any
progress toward inducing the serikers
to abandon their intention to go to
Weirton, as requested by Governor
"While 1 have no reply to my mes?
sage of the ~.">!h 1 ani assuming that
you have ample forces at your cotn
mand,? especially as. the Federal forces
are at youi call, if necessary, to pre
ve-.it an invasion of this state by armed
men whose leader declares in advance
thai the> propose to make trouble, and
that you will not permit an attack of
that kind to be made."
tost Thinks It "All Talk"
COLUMBUS, <">.. Sept. :'.l. Governor
Cox to-day ein this telegram to Gov?
ernor Cornwcll, of West Virginia;
"The Sheriff at Steubenville ex
presses to me the belief that the ru?
mored invasion is all talk. 1 will watch
the situation carefully."
This telegram was in response to one
received yeste?day. The telegram re?
ported to have been .?ont by Governor
Cornwell to-daj liad not reached Gov?
ernor Cox when the above message was
Ch icago Disorders
Police Act Promptly and
Shots Restore Order:
More Men Returning
S)? rial Coi rcspondc.net.
CHICAGO, Sept. 27.?Sparks of vio?
lence, smouldering for the last, three
days in the South Chicago strike re
gion, flamed to-day in several snots,
onlj to lie promptly stamped out by thi
police. Meantime- Die strike reached a
new crisis m its. spread to the switch?
men's union, which promised a sympa?
Several shots . were fired by police
ovei the heads of a mob at Seventy
ninth Street and South Boulevard in
tiie ii -cm' of an Illinois Steel worker
from the hand- of strike sympathizers.
The mob dispersed without resistance
as soon as the firing commenced, leav?
ing; the victim. John D?nale, negro, half
eonoscious in the street. Toni Lipsucki
and Tony Postrashak, strikers, were ar
Picket in Fired Upon
Two shots were fired at a picket in
front of the Iroquois Iron and Steel
Company'.- plan' by Sergeant M. C
Mulvishill. la charge of the police
guard. The picket, who had been
tl rowing stones a', an office boy on
his way tu work, escaped uninjured.
Men of the Chicago Shipbuilding
Company, reporte'! t o have walked out
in sympathy with the steel workers,
v.-.ii., a;! at. work to-day, according to
l\. 1!. Parsons, superintendent of the
concern. Ware demands perfected at
a meeting two days at;o were referred .
?? h< Emergencj Fleet Corporation,
Theodore 3, Vino, bend of the Allied
Council of Steel Workers of South
Chicago, announced that lie had been
delegated full ' power to call out the
railroad men, and that he intended to
do so at onei.
Striking employes of the Inland Steel
Company planned to meot on Monday
te cqnsidei plana U?\- returning to work
in a body without further delay. The
men were prompted m their decision
to vote on a cessation of the strike
by the company's notice that a shut
down of several months would lie or?
dered unless normal operations were
resumed at once.
Ueporis were current that, the Gary
mills would attempt full capacity oper?
ation on Monday
Man, Strikers Return
More striker? were reported to i,,, e
returned to the Indiana Steel Com?
pany's plant during the forenoon than
in any day since the calling of th?
strike. Observers p'aeed the number
at from 200 to 500 men. The company
is now said to have It 300 men at work. :
Services of the citizen's police of
Gary were offered to Mayor Hodges,;
and he prepared to issue a proclama
tioi stating that every worker who
wished to return to work on Monday
would be afforded ample protection,
and that his home and family won1-! be
guarded. The citizen's police hai 500
members, A secret service force "'?' 100
members is also cooperating with the .
The. Federal government, took its.
first action in the Gary strike situa- j
tion when George Bragdon, agent of
the Department of Justice, ordered the |
arrest of Joe Cobban, who is being
held pending investigation of his citi
zenship. Some time ago Cobban is said
to have threatened Frank Baten?, a
Gary mill worker. Friday night a shot
was fired into Batens's home. Cobban's
Hammond Coll la Futile
Attempts of organizers tt.o bring
about a walk-out in the live independent
Hammond plants proved unavailing.
Adiulnnt General Dicknmn summoned
| Colonel R. J. ?hand und, Colonel S. 0.
? Tripp. members of bis staff, to Chicago
to aid him in his survey of the strike
situation in Northern Illinois. The
! throwing of troop? into the Calumet
i district became a possibility to-day, as
the spreading of the strike to inde
i pendent plants in East Chicago was
j threatened. The Republic Iron and
Steel Company, the Interstate Iron and
Steel Company and the Genera] Ameri
I can Tank Car Company are the plants
1 affected. About two thousand workers
j are involved.
Asserts Ex-Soldiers in
Ihn form Guard Mills \
Strike Leader Complain* to
W ashington atut Predicts
Trouble at Indiana Plants
I CHICAGO. Sept. 27...lohn H. De I
Young, secretary of the Chicago dis
trici committee of the national com?
mittee for organizing iron and steel '?
workers, to-day sent a telegram to
Newton D. Baker, Secretary of War, at
Washington, charging the steel com?
panies at Gary and Indiana Harbor,
Ind., with employing discharged sol?
diers in uniform to act as "strik'
breaking guards" and asking that tin
government take action to stop the
"In Gary several hundred of these
ox-service men are mobilized to be
sworn in by the chief of police as spe?
cial police officers and to be requ v^d
while serving as special strike-breaking
police officers to wear the uniform of
the army of the United Stales," the
message said. "The tens of thousands
of ex-service men in the strikci -'ranks
are outraged, humiliated and irritated
almost beyond endurance by this dis?
graceful and dishonorable use of the
uniform of the United States army.
"If it is not stopped there is no
doubt they will also rton their uniforms
to show that all ex-service men are
not strikebreakers, and the result <f
this warlike turn o^' affairs cannot be
WASHINGTON, Sept. 21 A though
the protest from the Chicago district
committee again: t 'he employment of
discharged soldiers in uniform . as
strike guards had not readied Secre?
tary Baker late to-day, it was said at
the War Department that the Secretary
would be powi rless to act. It was < x
plained that the armj has no jurisdic?
tion over discharged soldiers and thai
an act of Congress gave these men the
rieht to retain and wear their uni?
Cooper Warns Lahor
To S h u n Leadership
Of Revolutionary Men
WASHINGTON, Sept. 27.- In a lei?
te! to-day to the Mahoning Valley.
(Ohio) Central Labor Council, Repre?
sentative Cooper, Republican, of Ohio,
repeated warnings against allowing la?
bor lenders of revolutionary leanings
to get control of unions and reiterated
his charge that William Z. Foster, sec?
retary of the steel workers' commit?
tee, was a disciple oi the revolutionary
"It seems that Foster has actual!;;
carried into effect his purpose to get
into the organized labor movement,"
Cooper wrote the council, which has
passed resolutions indorsing Foster and
.onde,lining Cooper's speech in the
House recently attacking him
"He is secretary-treasurer of tho
national committee t,i organizi tin
steel worker.--, but i, for one, shall con?
tinue 'o oppose with ai: lie force and
power at my command hi effort
over:.in ow conservative leadership and
have the workers adopt the principle
of revolutionary unionism."
Canvasses Men and
Will Try to Resume
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio. Sept. 27.--j
Following a canvass of employes as
they received their pay to-day, officials
of the Ohio works of the Carnegie
Steel Company here announced that an
attempt, will be made on .Monday to
?reopen the mill. The announcement
marks the first effort al resumption in
the Mahoning Valley sin c t ,.> strike
? aused till the plants to clo ?
Employes of the Ohio works who
held a meeting last night voted 82 to
29 to return to work "when the propei
timi presents itself," according to a
statement given out to-day. A com?
mittee was appointed, the statement
said, to induce lailroad men in the
mill yards to join tho movement to
Steel Corporation Pleads
War Services in Suit
Points to L?Hcfuliicss of Ils Size
in Answer to Anti-Trust
WASHINGTON, Sept. 27. In n sup
ple.ment.nl brief filed to-day the United
.States Steel Corporation asked the Su?
preme Court to decide the pending
anti-trust case brought by the govern?
ment, under the Sherman net on the
basis of the situation in the steel in?
dustry growing out of the war instead
of npon conditions twenty years ago.
The case is to be argued soon after the
court reconvenes on .October 0. The
corporation pointed out that in 1001
il produced 50.1 per cent of the Bti 1.
while m li?l I its proportion was only
'15.7 per cent. "Can any one rea
contend that this of itsell establishes
preponderance in the .sense of powei
to control the industry?" the brief
Pointing out that. despite ?ta
failure to have the mit decided
before the war the corporatio
had proceeded to expend enormous
sums enlarging its plants., which
enabled it t.o meet "everj requirement
of the government to the end o; the
war." the brief asked:
"Can any one doubt, that thi corpo
ration's ability to meet it was dun to
the very size and strength of which
the government complain; . concen
fated economic power'? And ouirhl
this power- so efficient and so
to the public in l in? tn
easy of public eon! roi be rut
destroyed on a mere theory thai
may possibly be abused'.'"
Ten Heats H tin at Mine?la
Six Ties in lour Days at l'air
Sets Track Record
MINE?LA, Sept. 27- Tee ?.| ?-,?. ?.
were di *po ?cd of oi ' hi VI ii cola ' ra< ,
this afternoon, the closing laj i thi
fair. The starter, Frank li Walk- - .,
started six tic heats on tl i? track in
four day?, which is a record for any
To-dny the 2:2H trot ??? i
straight heats by Charm - m -.-. ij I
ter o? Farmer Spear, . Qu i Sa I
second, K i anej \Ic( ?reg.r. ? ht
second race easi :
Mar? Coastman won the : ral heat
of the third riu-e. but Pointer Qui
captured the ne> vi d thi raci
The seven) h raci -.-? runners
and was won by Robert Bradli >
Priest Goes lo Toronto
Superior General Thomas F Bui
of the Pauli- i i irder. ha tr?n fei
to Toronto the K ? Charles >1
erly, v\ ho foi t\\ o * ea i.
urator of the Roman Catholii <
of St, t'au : the Api al
Avenue and Sixtieth Street. In To
he wil i ne assis Lan) re? di
Church of St. Peter.
Vincent Astor's Yacht
FormerOwner of Nirvana Takes
to Her Sister Ship?
Vincent A ?tor I n old bis steam
? yacht, Noma, one of the fastest of her
type In the world, to Rodman Wana
n.alter, il wa leai - ed yesterday Mr
.Wanamaker formerly owned the Noma's
sister ship, Nirvana, which wan <!???
i roj '??! by fi re h fcv y< ars igi
< he was in clrydock til ; he marine ba in
i n n ?? ret ui ned to M r A stoi
ri entlj .-. ' ? having been ir
i m ? than 8
j year. During her servil he destro; ed
,,. , ubmariuc, in idenci ol which
:arrie ? lai in her funnel.
Thi cachi ? -? - toi gross
? ' feel long . ..' .- i bui by tht
N i iv port Net I
?? i !h>2 Hei nost no) rthj feat wa?
her victor*, ver . Kanav
, ? .
'l ? ? K ? ' . propertj
ol Jo ?- Borden At t t.l N'on
v"ed e im Leed the tii
50,000 New Meiiib? rs
A<l<i?-rJ lo Legion in N. Y.
!??*?> Weeks' Campaign Closes
W ith Number <il Posts In?
creased From .">() to M 2
The In : memborsh
drivi \'ew York i
iei i result i
I to imo I I . hip <: <
fhe great f the
? '. : ? ,
ed by tl '?? ? i :
?? di ireins legion
rom ical en) ingle
men) I'he fact th rep entation i
ount; convei ib
poi m rs in .'
cgji Hall 0
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? t J e o
?rokaw 'toi rim
Vori Com ? xei I ?..
?e, ' wil 1 prt;
[Vev Lunac) Hearing Sough
l?elal?vc ni Gardiner Smitl
i !ouI< -; * ?is Release
1 ? ,
i servi " ? ' .-, on a mc
Lion, contested b he fan
the Ins: ' v
''?J 11(1.11 . : ,
'mit! ?'? ho died i
1917, was sent to the asylum last July.
1 jury and commission subsequently
ippointed to pass on his sanity ad
? d him sane.
'notion to put this jud
?': cl was made by Attorney
Ralph C. Green, but cotinsel for the
e appointment of
' r jury and commission. Mr.
, has a wife and three grown
g in Pal < hogue, L, I
Veterans \*-ail Dry Law
1uinv and Navy Men Adopt
In I ?-Prohib?! ion Resolution
? i' itions condemning rational pro
u :.'? ng six months'pay for dis
larged i rvice mer. advocating a stand
: g arrny ol 330,000 and urging Congress
Wi ' Point and Annapolis
the enlisted person?
an army ai d n vy, were adopt
. . . if the fifth annual con -
he Army nr.d Navy Veterans
f tl United States, in the Queens
Republ can clubhouse, Jamaica.
Two hundred delegates from i .- rj
tate -; the Union attended.
The officers choosen are Peter J. Gra
Wesi J02d Street, national com
nander-in-chief; ! ester \. Ron ?rtB,
? ce commander-in
chief; Thomas W Harmon, The Bronx,
idjutant; John O. Peterson.
?..":. national historian; .lohn
'?'? .-. Rochelle, N'. Y., national
chaplain; Elijah Parker, New Rochelle,
' . Y-, national judge advocate; Charles
'??'? n : on il.i . X. J., national in
I I . ...' ire Gnad, Long Islai d
City, chairman of the national com?
Mayor's Detractor Jailod
Man Arrested for Uleged >|Ur
Sent to Reformatory
Mori - G ?
Hike, bul !
->-,,- .,. thi
means nta la
Nolan in nig ,'
guilty oi disoi -
Johnstown Coal Miners
Sign Scale: R ill Return
IOHNSTOWN : i
miners from the ? e]js ,
ring the past *.
re tun ?? *
ment isi i
in retur ? ? .
mined to: col
work to la
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opportunity to continue your cdui ation ? . , ?'
veiopment-?along lines of usefulness in ivhofc?
You and your parents should loot into the
tunitics presented by this store. ?PPor
lr you ar? a junior, and durine u
i ' * -
do not expect to earn your entire
have the consent and co-opei .
before employing you.
Ask for an executive on the \ i
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inoiin? the Opening of a
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necessitating increased facilities, we
have added a ground-floor show?
room where comfort and ample
spaee provide for leisurely inspec?
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emphasized here, namely:
Qoats and ill rip s
u I fisses' Costumes
The Dressmaking and Tailoring To-Order departments
will now occupy the entire upper floors