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"i 1- THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JUNE 16, 1919, JjftM MINE STRIKE KOPENS THE WAR WEST VIRGINIA Representatives of Both Fac tions Show Resentment at Senate Committee Hearing. SIX ARE HURT AS AUTO AT STREET CROSSING Jirrlgeon'l Car Hits Electric Light Pole in Harlem and Turns Over. taxi w is whirled around a.;1 tht tour ing car pl'infed as.ilntl nn electric light I 'll All the occupants w ITS hint 1 o il u the car turned over, Policemen O'llftipn itl lirovim tle. phonej lo Mar n HtotpltSl for SWlhU. I in", hut all the injured soirees 1 1 -rata d". went It) ili hntpttef, f r 1'ielr Ifiji::'.'' had been rrscl ly It It'iach toey went hOfM, Vftl!nin tOlt I it .1 , rOfl n erlring too fai Jafrtgeoa if ri .! that. No arrest Ml nnde. Fred V,'!i:'m a DeTwat'c leader and twice lan iliUts fur Governor, and Mis rr.-iiuee Aikm Hopkins of llrookMne were married at t':e home of relatives if Hie be! (Is h- yesterday. iiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiifimiiiiiiciin SUCCESS OKAIRUESTON. W. Vs.. J una 11 ni deelsred anew In Waal vir-to-dey. At hum meetlnss yea st union miners at Kakialc nrul th mountains alKive Keytord or- were laauad that no union man atnM t IMO th woralnar V-day. and UkSS ordra have ! in obeyed, fk anion lader her aay tint t"Ms of thalr follower In tho cMn district waa forced by the crpera Thsy aay that they accepted tho ao arrencrd by nov iiatneia to good faith and ordered their men tak to work; that th operator In 2m of employing all handa thy promised blacklisted and t.irnd lark ail who bad been promlnnt In th eMks. And In addition Stat Senator Wamu1 . y.iawotnrry. attorny for th union, Mtared to-day that only yesterday four Mean miners had bn terrrMy tiesten ky armed mine guards. ARID NOW THAT ACL MINERS WILL BE CALLED OUT. ft a faarad that avrry union man on Paint and fabln Creeks and In thr Nsw Hirer district will Join thla atrlk, af footlna botwaan JO.'W' and SS.oao. With feellnc batwn mlnrra and mlna operators onr more keyed up to a high ah 8nte rommltte 10-uay gjon th mln oprratora to tell )d of th controversy Ki-mlne jrttards. detectives and aparlal scents, aad keen-eyed mlnrra and union orgnn- Ihronged tha lobby irf thn hotrl th rnmmltte waa In aeasaon and tha room whr th hrarlni Ming Mid. ancee of hit tar resentment and an muttered word among tha i of rougfc man gathered about thn Ittee'a hotel to-day bore wltneaa th smouldering II -filn that pre- kr. flk statements of Lee Calvin, ex SBtsM guard, relating to th abootlng up Of Ik atrlkfra' camp at Holly Qrova toW cryatallaed much of th IllMllnaT. WkS n among tho attorney before At committee aa occasional word of shows too uMarourranl 01 at. . pwsenca In Charleston of John P. WMta, Vraildent of th Unltod Mln of America, to-day, resulted . sovdral confer eno antong ufilon He was ha Charleatok prlncl frUr M mat aa appoaraac and civs kail la tho criminal casso brought tho rnlaa offloUU la th Fader far oanaplrany ander U kaar- Uw. Bl prnna were hurt when a tourln rar, returning from a Hunday Jaunt In V)r.nertlrut, collided wl'b a faxlcab at one lluridrej and Hlxternth atrot am' H'lfth ft VMM early to-day. Th Injured art: Kerdlnand Jarrl lteo,i, n furrier, and hi wife of No. 416 VVIIIoughhy avenu, Brooklyn; Itithrrl Chapel, furrier, of No. 411 Wlllnughby avenue. Kllalre Mahlaur, coatumer, of No. Ml llryant avenue, Jamaica, and Samuel Hrrntlrln, siphon manufacturer, and his wife of No. 21k Wtat One Hun dred ami Twelfth street Thy wr cut and bruiaed. Jarrlgeon owna and waa oparatlng th touring car. The Hcrnateln were re turning horn fmm a reception at l.r InKton Hall In a taxi driven by Arthur Va;dman of It 24M Seventh avenue and uwned liy Oorham and Hlahop of One Hundred and Sixty-ninth street and lloaton Hold. The laltakb nn(l at.irted acroaa i'lfth avt-nua when th louring car bora down on It, atrlklnft tha rear wheels. The ev Hnnra fur HiMHtilarlia. At a meeting of the Motbllckft' union held tale SMturdny nUht t!ie follOtHngl hedille of hOUri nl work Wag ftgrMd u;ion Week daye. 7 A M. to II I'. M liolidaya, 7 a ,m In U P M i ni v , 7 A. M. to 3 ! M. PfMldMl Arlet.i of tha union aa il that he did n it a ntli p,iii. ,ti, i trouhle In MfftftlRI the n 'kadtllft, llrnrxr Irnl Wllllnuia Writ. HIN'IIIM, Miiaa.. .lime ii. , SHY OF JOY IN THE BRONX. n of th Bronx win bare holiday next Friday so Uiey may part la tho third annual Borough JJTMft. aa outlatr aarsagid by Bor Frldsat Orus C. MUlor through by popular aMscirlptton. CkftM is to M a parade m.m children to It Tho afternoon djlM over to plcnios Mai atb- te otokt paaka, win UWm 75EZ EST kroo at ikirjl. Th Catholic Pro. M kM th morning ukm principal will IMMora win act as F ASCINATING HAIR FOR WOMEN Is Kn.sv to Have, Natural Colorvd and Beautiful So many women have eray or faded hair; neglect it until it becomes thin, dry and lifelpm, ttegini to (nil out ana muketi them appear much older than they really are. If your hair is in thia condition get bottle of Hay's Hair Health to-day. Don't wait until some one sr.yi how much older you look. You'll ba delighted at th results from even one or two applica tions. The gray hairs gradually dis appear and your hair will become full of life and vitality. No one can tell that you are using it. It's not a dye but ft nice, clean preparation that quickly and effectively keeps your gray hair dark, glossy and natural colored and that all drugglsta guarantee sat isfactory or refund your money. A -ways ask for Hay's Hair Health. It never fails. You can get this sauce from your grocer or delicatessen dealer at 10c a Bottle Eddys : BRAND SaiiiSe Just add a dash of it to your coupe and grnviee tho whole family will relish the improved flavor. Great fw awaf mi itUia, lea. MaaaJJPrMjhMdJJpMjpktjJJ WEDDING RINGS ilt for Constant Wear Everyone know that a weddina rine in the hardest worked bit of jewelry worn by woman. Other rings are simple ornaments and have frequent restins spells, but the weddins ring is practically never off her finger. Hence the importance of u well made wedding ring without k weak snot in it Think what Ht evere tets uch a ring must jj '- . MfttaMa e V UUUCIgU. Buy the Wedding Ring at Lamberts, where every one is guaranteed to be made from a single piece of solid sold. No solder is needed, because there is no joint. Part of the work is done by hydraulic machinery, especially made for this service. The finishing touches are made by hand, and the result is a strong ring, highly polished, that will last till the golden wedding. sSgji aatm l.umbert Seamlt-.ss Wedding Rings are of all Vftjfc styles, shapes, widths and tliickncsses and of three ii ki.. jH-toua qualities- -14-karat, IS karat and -karat gold. BIkI; ; tttluC We engrave them without charge and sell them at 3-30 and upwanls. Inasmuch as gold is costly and skilled labor comes high there is mall room for profit in our Wedding Rings. Our gain comes after the sale. it xt. . as.eo up I . Kt . . BM.III nn !! Ki. am. nn un 1 hose who buy and wear Lambert N'amles Wedding Rings aad know from experience how durable they are, naturally reason that other Lambert Jewelry is of the same quality and, reasoning uras, tney come oacn to us lor all else Uiey need in our line. Diamond and Solid Gold Jewelry, Watches, Clocks and ever) farm of Silverware for dining room and toilet table. This is one of the great months for Wedding Rings, hut there is not a time of the year when they are not among the I test sellers. Away back in 1877 their reputation wits established and it has been growing ever since. NOTE The purchase f a Lambert Knlid Qold Wedding fling ia preceded Itv that of a Uwbt Sobtair Diamood Eftfagemrnl Ring in a hnml mad lil 14-karat or IB-karat guld and platinum mounting .it u low price Iters ua the din SftMd are directly imported and mounted in mir own f.ici.,r rigbl un tha lirrxslsSS LAMBERT BROTHERS Third Ave.. Cor. 58th Street Pally UttiTl. .Saturday Night Usttkl It Cut Prices Until Wt dnt'Sflay's Closing At All 230 James Butler me. Stores t kjgajggVMjTgVMUMaHKt innna BFTVWW..gaBI gifjitjtegagfjgi Granulated Sugar M5 Extra Special for Wash Day Swift's Borax O For the caKCS Laundry J timid stse; regular 80c AAfj value, nu ll MfV Soap Parlor Brooms, 25 14 EGGS, 25' Empire Brand Eggs, carton 27c East View Eggs. New laid; anld only in sealed tfitrton; duscn. 29' Best Creamery Butter. 91 c Coming in daily from Western Creameries; lb., sP pm Belle Brook Print Butter, ooc Fanciest quality in clean odor-proof cartons ; print Jersey Pears. 22'i. 10c California Plums. tBSr- 10 HawaiianPineapple, Grated, Jrs. 10c Satisfaction Guaranteed With Every Can Butler's Condensed Milk Rich, pure, fresh made; in Sanitary cans Evaporated Milk (BeueBrook) Each T Thicker than Cream; in tall 10c cans... . Liberty Milk 3s2.eic Rich Condensetl, in full size cans B JBf SUnips jV'HEE witli can O Essie Milk, Best for Babies 10 American Sardines, in on 3 cans lOc Imported Sardines 3 cans 25C Norwegian smoked, delicious dainties in pure olive oil 130 Stamps FREE with the following combination offer : 1-lb. Very Best Tea. . . .60ctBthQ6c 1-lb. Very Best Coffee. 38c j for W Pure Grape Juice, bottle 15 and 10C Fashionable unfermented beverage.from finest Concord grapes 3 Bottles Ginger Ale for 20c Celebrated Blue Ribbon from famous Cascadian Spring 29" At All 120 James Butler inc. Licensed Stores California Claret 1 Qc h" l ftc Pure srane dinner wine, bottle. . . tW Dot. M " California Sauterne Delightful dinner wine of exceptional quality, bottle 50 frK Stamps FREE 1 Princeton Dry Gin 17 ere Nothing finer for cockUtihi, fizzc-t and rickcys, bottle w Old Cabinet Bye Whiskey $ 1 Blend of fine old American ryes, full quart bot. Medicinal Malt Whiskey 7Cc Mild tonic untl siiiiiuiniil lor old and infirm, bottle w M Case of 24 bottles Lager Beer 9 1 Licbinann's and Ruppcrt's -tlu- leatliug Home Drews At All 30 James Butler, Inc. MetTlarkets Sugar Cured Hams, Delldoiu. . ..lb. 19c Shoulders, Sweat littUpicnic,,hams,lb.l3jC Corned Spare Bibs, W ry meaty lb, 1 2c loin Of Roasting Pork, Choice Jersey lb. 16c Selected Stewing Chickens, Fancy lb. 1 7c Double .2htf Stamps S ONeill-AiwmsCq Sisth Aver.ue, :0 h to ZZA Street, New Yor't City OTNeill-AihmsCo i.ti. Aaatntie. Ztth to Bid Street. New York CKjr one I phy a- " on d i 1 1 ii n. No men or woman ran do tboir l-nt w rh If t -mihlrd with a wak atomnrh or n t..rpi ( 1 ver. Don't bo raei, Dwn't procraoUnato. , Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery rimmr.tr. th. ImJIhmI.. I . .1 -u ii v tr.trhtei, Die Hew and liurtnet anti enrichei the bltjotl. It makee men ti. i I wurm n itruiia In baJr aaS cittrv in mina. Aak Your Dmgglat tnimiiimniiiiiiiiiiiiiiminnmiinwn Thr pinnnt for Ihit ro-oixfoltr mli rrrr ptrinnaUn ttlerlid at the forlorn to Ve T AlhU n P..Arl Tkt .! r C. SSkfl SJPM sSIPJPJ PfP fcrti sPJtas SM iniprcttJ h, Mr. Sahnn franco, for y an Conductor and Coneertmriitrr Metropolitan Optra Co. LEST YOU FORGET Copyright. 1913. O'N.lll-Adana Co. HPHAT there can be no misunderstanding--let us aain tell you that 2 hundred 48 dollars and 75 cents the price .of the piano -includes the priv ilege of paying for your piano upon terms of 5 dollars as an initial pay ment then 1 dol lar and 25 cents a week and no ad ditional charge for interest. In other words, this is the price and terms upon the co-operative plan. The pianos are of the most re liable and trust worthy sort worth 350 dollars each. To sell them quickly and to sell them economically this co-operative movement between the manufacturer and the dealer was planned and organized. The central idea was, that each and every purchaser should enjoy the same identical advantages and privileges. To make the proposition doubly attractive and easy for the buyer, the payments were fixed at 5 dollars as the first payment, and 1 dollar and 25 cents a week. BaaaW - U K&at C'j.iynght. 1V13. O'.NcUi-AtUuu On. The co-operative price of these pianos--$248.75 each The price ($248.75) included everything charging nothing extra for any privilege extended to members. The balance on th piano iipae. aSI. 1 dollar snJ ?5 centi, weekly. Thebslsnce on the playar-piano ii payabl 3 dollars weekly. WITHOUT INTEREST. Thii give you 19 S wecki time in which to pay fur the pisno or the pl aver-piano. Player-pianos can also be purchased on the same plan One hundred player-pianos will also be sold ou this co operative plan. The usual price of these player-pianos is five hundred aud fifty dollars each. The co-operative price will be three hundred and ninety five dollar., with NO INTEREST to be added. The player-piano will also be delivered immediately upon the payment of five dollars. The payments will be two dollars a week giving you one hundred and ninety-five weeks' time in which to make your payments the same as on the piano. The same unconditional guarantee that is given on the piano is given on the player-piano. You can also get your money back at any time within thirty days. You also get the same privilege of exchanging within a year as thst given with the piano. All of the unpaid balance will be voluntarily cancelled In event of death. Also, a player-piano bench and nine rolls of music (your own selection) are included without extra charge. An arrangement will be made with each purchaser whereby new player rolls can be procured at a cost of only 5 cents a roll. Tbeae player-pianos are standard SB-note players that is, they play every note on the piano when the music roll is in motion. These player-pianos have an auto matic shifter, which compels the music to play per fectly. Most player-pianos sold at from two hundred to two hundred and fifty dollars more thsn these will not play perfectly. These player-pianos have lead tubing. Most player-pianos have rubber tubing. The life of rubber is one year -at most. Lead lasts forever. It caunot wear out and the tubing in these player-pianos is so placed that it cannot be broken. We agreed to give buyers their money back if a 30 days' trial of the piano was unsatisfactory. A year's exchange privilege which enabled buyers to exchange their pianos at any time within one year without one penny's loss. The Association devised a life insurance feature through which all unpaid payments will be vol' untarily cancelled in event of death. A rebate or premium system was figured out, so that those who want to pay faster than SI. 25 a week will profit by it through getting a premium of 15 cents in cash handed back for each and every week they pay in advance. Boiling the whole co-operative plan right down the organizers put into the plan every advan tage and privilege that could suggest itself to them to make the plan an instant success. It has been. 250 instruments have been sold.. May we not show you the pianos and go over the whole proposition with you in person? 1T During this sale informal player i ino recitita will be g ven every afternoon from 3.00 to 4.30 o'clock to which you are cordially invited. saax s M m In New York's a Shopping Centra 0 Neill-Adams Co. SIXTH AVENUE. 20th to 22d sinttf, NtW YORK CITY. Cut this eeupon on. and mall tonight Without obllcatli n on my part, mail photo graphs sn! description of pianos and play.r planoa being sold on your co-operative plan to W.-l-H-ll. Nams St. end No. City State. A seven-time World Want works all the week. I aa aa I Order one to-day and prosper.