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URGED BY KENYON
Chairman Senate Committee Investi.
gatlon Steel Strike Issues State
Washington, Oct. 13.-Americaniza
lion of foreigners should be an imme
diate effort of congress through legis
lation, declared Senator Kenyon, of
Iowa, chairman of the senate labor
committee, which returned today from
an Investigation of the steel strike in
the PItt sburgh ldistrict.
Asserting that about half of the
steel workers are of foreign birth and
cannot read, write or speak English,
Senator Kenyon said one of the first
aims of congress as a result of the
committee's inqiuiry should he Ameri
canization legislation. The senator
declined to discuss other ideas gained
from the committee investigatioln
which he said would he co'ntiniued in
the nlea1r future, possibly in other
In a formal statement issued late
today Senator. Kileno(yn said:
"I do not desire to discuss tie sted)
strike, nor the reasons nor cause
therefor at this time. The committee
has not as yet c(oipleted it; invest
jatioln. I hiink it pIrm issible to say.
however. that the committlee retuined
frii the Il'ittsburieh disriit Fonghy
in favor of r ome .\irre i zation hill.
"I have thouh for a long while
ihiai (omr< lfo, I do what it coihld
is a connu111n !14unw i d upIo which
akll (n a nd and14 :1 iz a;at in on
hair or wei)
Wildroot is a' guar n ed preparation
which goes right at ti iidden cause of
commng baldness-the ly. itchy crust of
-dandruff. Wildroot removes this crust
allows nature to produce the thickr Just
rous hair normal to any healthy scalp).
THE GUARANTEED HAIR TONIC
For sale here ruder a
mioney -back auaranllea
Lanr111ens DrIltr C'o.
Wildroof~t Hhinpiiio Soa-p, nsed In connlectionl
with wildroo, t. w i t ts -n the tre-at ment L
for all. When Ydu find that in some
of these mills over 50 per cent of the
workmen cannot read, write or speak
the American language; iwhen it Is
necessiry in these mills to publish
orders in all kinds of languages, it is
time for the American people repre
sented 'by the American congress to
give determined consideration to some
plan affording these foreign citizens
an opportunity to learn what the in
stitutions of America stand for and to
become Americanized. We saw some
young fellows who had only a smat
tering of our tongue who impressed
uts as splendid material out of which
to make American citizens.
"Two hills are now pending before
(lhe comm ittee of ;which I have the
honor to be chairman. dealing with
this liuestion. The committee meets
this week to take them Iu), an( I
earnestly hope that on1e or both of
them may be reported out of tIe con
imitte and may lie passed by congress
before adjou rn iment There is no
rjeater (Ilestion tihan that of Ameri
eamliziig this nation of ouirs.
"'lany of those wV1o ('1ann11ot speak(
our language ar' yearning to kn1ow it
aId waIt the ollportility to learn
boult ourll iislitltionls. Mlost of thmu'i
ha, ve Sahlserihed for Ihetybods buit
how n(II Ihey kniow aIythin'g abtotit
I ni11bt but that 1v1ntll y I :hioll
h. ur I 11il take I I I I .
I'44I I . 4(11 0- d11 i (4 ' 1 411
he 11 1uIt 11ill E wOi th whilF.
il's 'l er illitmilidi ti r tills'".
I i a 0 a! 1 :1 in lliSt i cli ' I llit
hin.; o . is a d chec a fogel . ( !' ion
dreio n of wt ai itlll ii nevry .imz
F.\ill-: ii ' iiiF. ill (f G i l i-F s
'II lilig .\lil1 1i-w.11t tIl whic l wvill
le ;ra atiil Opena ilosi' nidy.
s ohis lyst wish .thk elderly Mrn.
nrli' "I~~l. i ler ingllm lmL of ra m
Grief01 4441r( thei~' m ia n chel iliefta
hs son 1 i whi fole.ro1 i1a - the
4ta rin Anit4a, bt1war adi. w hw i
be shown aty th Operao-Ie :fll Wriday.
.\shs las wih theeldly 11.1t r.
pers onl whlo for"ced the check is thle
sameni one) who will undermIline( thv hap-I
niness of .in1dith anld PFred.
Judith's marriage to Fred probably
saves the latter the difficulty of a pro
posal of his dwn volition for he was
deeply in love with Judith and he felt
that his affection was returned. How
ever the marriage was performed un
der such unusual circumstances that
both Fred and the lovelorn Judith
make efforts at flrst to conceal their
Reason to believe that Fred sincere
ly loved her was in the process of
formentation in Judith's mind when
a series of affairs with questionable
womnen seemed to occulIy Fred's atten
I low Juditl's loyalty and good Judg
mnent served to incite Fred to let his
wife know that he loves lier, forms
Ie basis of this most pleasing pic
TO (E'i' OUT N EX'i' ISSUE
WITIHOUT TY1 IIEPSEE1"ING
No-W York, Oct. 13.-Jillimination of
typesetting. one of te costliest o)
erations of mnagaziie production, by
tlie itse or ilates madi y photogra ph
ing t le original typewritten copy has
itel accopiltisied inl tIle October 11%
issue .f the Lilerary Digest, consist
ing f S iN ges. This radical iniova
ion lih was brolghilt aboti I by I le
prinlters ' strike in this city. eaId*: thle
:P1b1lisher4s Ito s s that "it is pos
sible in Ihis age of ma rvels tihat th11
wvholle futuIre, of mlavazine prloductlion
tIl y be revoltlioniz l by tile 4liuinia
tionl fI typesettin.'g."
The mii akeup44 ofI lhe mag I tazille is ill
nlo wvay chanl.Ied, Ilhe only iffrec
!!in:: ht the syh f 41 th11 W, tpe i tI is
thlal us.ed on type~writer.: anld i. un I bI
frn in ll thm II -a int lu le
ilhrough.0out tHw nube. herit
hand sith- of eachiulni reua
as inl ordinary typ\write14nti coply. Iacl
pago is in l fleet a IPlotographiic colpy
If th( origiial article as wr iitt on
th4 14 Iypvewrite.r.
Receptiion filr. Crolts s11W ll ride.
('ros.s I till. Oct. 1:. --Frilay after
ilooll from -~, to 7 o'cloIick Miss .\ary
H!! -'f Cross Iill entertailed with a
beatiiful reception ii hioinor of Ile
recentI bride. AMrs. 11. G. Culhertson.
'T'ie spacious Ilill loie was beaitifutl
ly decotated w iti roses. 'ostiios. dah
Iias. goldIlrod, leaves and fertis,
making a pretty autumnal setting.
.Mrs. ItI. It. Sitinni reciveil at tie front
door nitd lilte4 tllaisy Itill aid Clara
I iiail dictled tie g ul11sts to thll' par
orS o bro tle lr-eving lin' wis.
Whilicl l was 1144' os d 1 (of .\iss I fl l,
\lr. ulh rton. .\iss Iludgen-f s. and
AMrs. Adamls. .\rs. .1. 11. Plson, then,
lshered th-o0e guests; to theo punlch h~owl,
which was presided over by Misses
Anabel and Tessie Hill. During the
receiving, soft, sweet music was beau
tifully rendered by 'Miss Lenora Lea
During the afternoon progressive
games and contests made the time
quite interesting and enjoyable. De
liclous cake and cream were served.
The entire social event was one of
the leading receptions of the season.
Too Big a Word for David.
David is a little boy live years old,
and a patient of Sunnyside. le al
ways watches the nurso very ceosely
when she takes his temperature,
pulse, and respiration. One (lay he
was lying in hed with his chest bare,
watching himself breathe. "What are
you doing, DavitI?" asked the nurse as
she caie uIon him iuddenly. "Why,
I a1mm watching miyself get well," was
iis reply.-Indhaiapolis News.
"Swept by sansline breezes and wash
edl by th waves of the sea. 'hlat's oUe
town." "Any other street-dceaning fa.
(ilities?" ilmqmmlired th old groulch.
Marm-jl 'he, thr1"-', was watchinig tihe
sunlst : "D addy," she enlehd, "comne
amid see thine sm getting ready to be a
Ylol coal goes a long Way when
burne(i in (ot's liot lilast lieaters.
Th(y an fuel savers.
DODSON TELLS THE
HORROR OF CALOMEL
You Don't Need to Sicken, Gripe,
or Salivate Yourself to
You're bilious, isluggish, constipated.
You feel headachmy, your stomach may be
sour, your breath bad, your skin sallow
and you believe you need vile, dangerous
calomel tA) start liver and bowels.
Ifere's my guarantee! Ask 'our drug.
gist for a bottl( of Dodson's Liver Tone
and take a spoonful tonight. If it
doer,n't start. your liver and straighten
you right up better than calomel and
,without griiig or making you sick I
want you to go back to the store and
git your niire'y.
Take valiinml today and tomorrow you
will feel w:-ak a ir riek aind nausented.
Dion't lose a day. Take a spoonful of
harmless, vegetabie 1)odson's i ver Tone
tonight andt wake up feeling splendid.
It is perfectly harmless, so give it to your
children any time. It can't salivate.
THE FAMOUS ARTISTS
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cause they kiow that only oin Pathe records are they surIe
that every shading and every expression of the selections as
they interpret them, are faithfully reprodliced. You can
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symhIionies on Pathe records.
Keep upji witth Broadway. Pat he has II llatest hits first
and thest ; the new songs that. Broadway is -whistling; the
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Tle Pul Clear Toie of eae h i ndividuially toiied instr
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l'lays .\l! Alakes 1 lie r. andul pulas thiem hittir.
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you tIo play anljy re*ord louIly -'r
Hsme Y witu rese Co.Sapphire R.
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V IS THE TIME O BY!
MINTER COMPANY'S CASH DEPARTMENT STORE is offering unusual values in Ladies' Ready-to-wear, Millinery, Dress Goods
Notions, Men's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Furnishings and Underwear, Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. There never was
such an opportunity to save by bu-ying early as we are offering October Shoppers. We made preparations for a very a ' e business
and are offering to early buyers gcceds at much below to-day's prices. Y, a have heard about scarcity and high prices, but we actually
facing the greatest scarcity of goods in our history. Most goods are bought to-day by allotment.
Ladies' Ready-to-wear Department SHOE DEPARTMENT MEN'S D
C('obl weau'1i11.. (on n htusli un i o eo
ty ih ('t .. . . . . . . . .$25.00. $35.00, $50.00 INiliIII 1);
s .... .... .... .... .... $35.00. $45.00. t $75.00
Silk ... . .... .... ... . $22.50, $30.00 anl $40.00
S e .. . . .$20.00 ;inl $30.00 s (m Mul
Children's Coats -
A I ( (.tw -k -4 ( 'il n 3-0.0 0 . . . Jin d. .\ is. ( 'a tts .I.m. .p .$ 0
Skir .. .. .. . $10.00 imd $12.50 j li ls
Sik ' i .... .... .... .... $498. $6.50 ;il $7.50
n-I - d (' i l h-r r ... ... $3.98 ;w il $5.00 ... $
\ .... .... ....$3.00. $5.00 I $6.00
.I.. \\( .... $2.00. $250 ;nil $3.00 /II~dEId I'mmim Suits
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT ''llYwilix 1 4I(5........
season i ths<-par1,unentl. \\e end av r t dsow lt- nIIw
t 1ii s I1l in York. \\' I m I h iav Ie -I- I BO Y 'larJIIr
Silk Dress Goods A j ii. . . $1.0 $5 10
i y d irE t Im Ik& 'you r E 4 r 1 t silit . we -;i
shAow you a -it p~ li , f ilks anld woold rBbrie at popuhu-'
price's anld nun, hh hnto a pr e.
.e..tiful Silks. .r ard .. .... . $2.00 ainl! $2.50 f",O 111
Seres. per .d . . .... .. ...... $1.00, $1.50 ai,] $2.50
Fa Ii. n tIi.~ JE .$1.00 a11m41 $1.50 1I -,II~s
a - iitin , Ii ry r ........ .... ..$10.00 a.$n1d $11.50.00
Hosiery Department s S4161 lEE ..........................$5.00 It $7.50
l(liis' silk I ... . . . .. . . . $1.25. $1.50 th $2.50 M ull klol1 ....... ............$10.00 and $12.50
lanlies' lais IlIE'..E l' . .. '. ....... .... .... .... .. 50cl s e T runks
.\lisses' lib- l low . .... .... .... ....39c id 50..c
fYos' l'ilbb I 1s .... .... .... .. 39C mid 50c il ( !ii . $5.00 a id $6.00 El st rei'~ ved i arg
Infant Ii.... .... .... .... .... .. ....i25C ;m i 35c isa
NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE MONEY BY TRADING AT
JNrO COMSS CASH DEPARTMENT STORE
Y u g .I n' -a h o ok r n .iha lS e~ 'S itsi