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i !. W. W. PLANNED WORLD UNION OF MARIN E WORKERS Rnpose Was to "Overthrow Capitalist System," Lus'k 1 Committee EvidenccShows IJoenmentAry evidence Intended to ww that the X. "W. "W. planned an rcanlzatlon df marine worker Into trsrorld wide union for the purpose bC "orerthroirlnf; the capitalist sys tem" was Introduced to-day toy KtIb&ld K. Stevenson, associate counsel, when the Luik Legislative There is only one answer to what constitutes.shirt satisfaction, and it combines quality, style, fit and wear. That's our answer in any of our twenty-three shops, and a money back guarantee with every shirt we sell. Weaving the fabrics from which we make our shirts makes this unconditional guarantee possible. Wc are die largest shirt specialists in America. ' This week we are featuring a silk . and linen mixture in a large i assortment of neat and . fancy weaves, specially priced at $3.95 Headquarters for Olus Union Suits ; Chain Shirt Shops lAftSCST SHIRT SPECIALISTS IN AMERICA 1 llAt.l ramniblar. Ilalel rrnoijituila Hotel Imperial S17 nroudwBV UU CorllMMlf St. lilt) Nmuii St. HO Chambrn HI. jn-4 Dflnnro HI. u v.. i tin ni. HOT n road war 1484 llroadwar Mrnr 41M HI. 1IMU IlrtMulwajr Nnir llrttri Ht. srvi w. lusth st. nuooiuvrc siiora 307 Fulton HI. -431 Fnllon St. .NEWABK SHOTS 1TO Murk el St. 0(17 Droad St, nriilfrport Srrunlea first, quality POMPEIAN OLIVE OIL "always fresh" Makw Rich, Creamy, Mayonnaise Dressings SeJd Everywhere a 1M, Mmttr a c-.. Int. Sandwiches1 Jbrffiat Picnic- OUoSkhU "Ready-to-rot-Mcatd" Make the? Committee rcsirmed Its hearings In City. Hall. The evidence was selted In a raid on I. W. W. headquarters, No. 27' Kast Fourth Street. Following; Is an extract of a typewritten appeal! "The Marine Transport Workers organizations ot the I. W V. has combined under the name ot the Marine Transport Workers' Indus trial UnlonNo. I, ot tho I. W. W and an Intonstve campaign ot organisation la planned to line up all the workers of the marine transport Industry cf the I. W. W. All delegates who hap pen to come In contact with tho workers In marine transport Industry should endeavor to line them up In tho one big union of the Marine Transport Workers. As the marine transport Industry Is a toajflo Industry I 11 rt .t n V. h m . W mam.Imam.m . . umu4 bvav.uvt b u u vvutiugut. o.n other Industries. "Transportation is necessary; with out It no commerce is possible. It is the keystono of the industrial system. Organization of transporta tion Is necessary If we are to over throw the capitalist system. "Itemember that when transporta tion stops Industry stops. Bo let us all pull together for the one big union of the marine transport workers." In this country efforts were mad to organize the Great Lakes workers, according to the letters. Other activ ities were concentrated In New York, Boston, Portland, Me.; Philadelphia, Baltimore and Providence, R. L The letters were to Russian. Fin nish, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and other workers, acocrdlng to tho correspondence, It was Intended to organlzo alt classes of marine work era, Including longshoremen, firemen, boatmen and truckmen who handlo marino freight. A letter from Buenos Ayres told of propaganda work among the marine transport workers there. The letter was In Spanish and was Iden tified by Detective Qrunewald as hav ing been taken at tho I. W. W. head quarters. There was another letter from Montevldea, Uruguay, regarding workers in that country. Mr. Stevenson also offered In evi dence Issues ot the Messenger. The editors of this publication, he said, are A- Philip Randolph and Chand ler Owen, Instructors' In the Rand School of Social Silence. The name ot W. A. Domingo appears as a con tributing odltor. "The purpose of offering this pa per at this time," said Mr. Steven son, "Is to Indicate that the editorial policy is favorablo to tho I. W. W." Extracts from editorials in the Mes senger were as follows: "The giant. Labor, In all the world Is awakening. Labor Is slowly but surely beginning to realize that the fabric of civilization rests upon Its shoulders. Only Ignorance stands be tween labor and economlo freedom. In the I. W. W. all wage-earners meet on common ground. No matter what language you may speak you will find a welcome as a fellow worker. The working class cannot depend upon any ono but Itself to free it from wage slavery. 'He who would be free, himself must strike the first vblow.' When tho I. W. W. through this form of Industrial union Ism has bocorao strong enough It will Institutes an Industrial common wealth." Announcement was made that Po lice Commissioner Enrlght had as signed Inspector Faurot and Detecttvo Scrgts. Grovcr C. brown and James J. 'McGcoghan to the forces of the committee. Inspector (Faurot is con sidered the foremost fingerprint ex pert In the country. The two 'Ser geants belong to the Bomb Squad. RAND SCHOOL PAPERS AGAIN BARRED FOR EVIDENCE USE Court Allows Writ After Dismiss ing One Because of Its Faulty Form. Supreme Court Justice MoAvoy this afternoon granted an Injunction tem porarily restraining Magistrate Mc Adoo, tho Lusk Committee and others from using as evidence, the books and papers seized In the rail on the Rand School: The writ was obtained by S. John Block, counsel for the American So cialist Society, and was opposed by Deputy Attorney General Bergcr. Earlier In the day a similar writ had been dismissed by Justice Mc Avoy on the ground that It was Im proper in form. CornedBocf . IVrf eupaVyv HnnvTbnuq U Routadat Olio SLahti 2332-3JAvc,.NY ii 1 1 IP Your Facenl can either bo attractive or not , Just nccordlns to the condi tion of your teeth. To neglect an ugly, decayed or missing1 tooth not only affects your fa cial expression but endangers your good lioalth. Our Work Is Right Onr Prlce Moderate Bloomlnjdiln Indo'M tb lifliu UUAJUNTKK we clra. DR. It, II, CA1NK. l'ron. TKNT,I. OKKlCU, Uil 1X00H Blooming dale S Open AH "ay 8turuar PRINCE MAY DISAPPOINT HOSTESSES AT NEWPORT Latest Report Is That He Will Skip Society Colony on His 'Visit Here. LONDON, July 17. The Prince of Wales will sail from Portsmouth Aug. S on his trip to Canada, it was an nounced hero to-day. He will go on tho now battle cruiser Ronown, one of tho "mystery ships" built during the war, and will land at St. John, Now Brunswick, on Aug. 15, but will visit Halifax, N. 8., and at Charlotte town, P. R, I., and then continue bis Journey on the Renown to Quebec. It Is believed that the Prince will not visit Newport, despite the plans that arc being made by society folk , to entertain mm. no nas announced that ho will be unable to accept any invitations whllo ho Is visiting the i President In Washington. Wants n "Hall of Flair" for Jrriey. TRENTON. N. J.. July 17,A "Hall of Flag" tor tha State House wherein will be exhibited the battle standards hII WHri In which ttn 11 nit Ut -. participated, w proposed to-day by Ulaln Mnn.nl.IU. t- ' This Store Will Be Closed All Day Every Saturday During July and August BlOOIllfM MOJH II w H ADfEETIS EME1 Store Opens 9 A. M. Closes 6 P. M. LEXINGTON AT 59TH ONE BLOCK FROM PARK AVE. Store Closed All Day Saturdays July Clearance Sales Womens and Misses Dresses Reduced to $4.95, $7.50, $10, $14.50,- $18.50, $25 It is well nigh impossible to give any ade quate1 description of ihc great diversity of styles, materials, patterns, colorings, fabrics. Every conceivable type of frock i repre sented in all sizes from 16 year M(sseg to 44 Women. And there are plenty of stouts. White froqks, colored voiles jn the popular dark patterns, black habutais that are de cidedly cool, ratines, linpnes every wash fabric The higher priced groups (from 14.50 up) include the wanted pongees, novelty crepe ' dc chines in stripes and figures, net?, Georgettes, pussy willows, etc. We are forced to clear theie garment! to mate room for the great Incoming tockt of the new Autumn merchindiie and when we clear, we cltarl Theie prices are irresistibly moderate therefore it would be well to be early. Womens and Misses Suits Reduced to $10: $15: $2CI Woolen and silk suits in the seasons most desirable stylet and colorings. All sizes in the group but not more than one of any kind. Come bright and early and find your suit awaiting you. Gapes and Goats Reduced to$7.50:$15:$20 Sergei, checks, mixtures, taffetas and satins as well as tome sports coats in various fabrics. Only one or two of a kind but all of them worth a great deal more than their present pricing. Jlloomingdalittitcond Floor . Victor Records at Half The Victor Company has signed new and seemingly advantageous contracts with their many famous stars. A welcome bit of news. But heres arlothcr and probably more welcome. The new price list of Red Seal Records shows decided cuts! , Solot by Caruto, Amato, Rulfo, Sembrich, Calve, Melba, Hempel, Tetrazzini, Farrar, and your other favorites are all in the reduced list. For example Retard that were 22.00 83.00 54.00 85.00 56.00 S7.00 Will be $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 The following list wilt give you an idea of the type of records that have been affected by this change: . . Formerly Now 88061 Pagliacci Vesti la Giubba Caruto 23.00 $1.50 88127 Aida Heavenly Aida Caruto 3.00 . 1.50 88311 Swiss Echo Song Tetrazxini 3.00 1,50 89030 Trovatore-Miserere...... Canto, Alda and Chonu 4.00 2.00 96201 Lucia Sextette Caruto, Amato, Tetrautni, Joumet, etc. 7.00 3.50 A Specially Prepared Selling of 500 SMART BLOUSES $ 1 .65 Organdie or Voile $1.65 piN check organdies or flower'tintcd plain organdies are gay and delightfully sum mery. They come in pretty shades of pink, blue, orchid, ,tan. Or black and white. . QHECKED voiles in pink or blue arc lovely with "fresh white collars and cuffs. Striped blouses in pink, tan, green or blue tailored but none the less feminine. The five blouses pictured will give you an idea of the desirable type of blouse that is offered in this sale. There arc a great' many more models, not pictured, but equally attractive. All sizes to 46 arc included. niwimnnrfiilM Second 'rr The Better Sort of PALM BEACH SUITS Reduced for Tomorrow to $11.95 Nothing cooler imaginable except a bathing suit, of course. But sincebathing suit are not exactly the convention costume for street wear, wise Men resort to Palrre Beaches. And once a Palm Beacher always a Palm Bcacherl , THE TWO BUTTON SUITS are the happy medium between the ultra-conservative and the ultra-extreme. Most men ot moderate tastes prefer them. Sizes up to 4s chest measure. THE WAIST SEAM SUITS were designed to meet the demands of the men who liUed their form-hugging uniforms. And these are very trim look ing, indeed. Sizes up to 38. THE CONSERVATIVE, three-button suits that look best on portly gentlemen but they arensuita for old men. by any mefns. Sizes up to 46 in rjgulfond stouts. Natural, tan, gray or stripes and every one ready to be inspected for fabric and finish. Also ready to stand up under considerable wear and tear without losirig tl?eir trim lines and their tidy hang. 175 Mens and Youths Suits: $25.00 . Light or dark patterned cheviots in models conservative enough to suit Dad and extreme enough1 to suit Son. And remember every suit is tailored to suit Mother and thats going some. Plenty of plain blue serges, too always right. Sizes to 46 chest measuref . A Sale for Women v Cumfy-Cut Underwear Samples Cumfy-Cut garments have a virtue all their own their shoulder straps are placed so that they will not slip over the tvearcrs shquldcrs no matter what position she may assume. These arc samples, but clean looking and all first quality. ' Union Suits: ,59c Fine ribbed, shaped Union Suits of white cotton. Low V neck with tight or wide knees. Crochet band tops. Regular and extra sizes. ' The Vests: 29c all low V heck., rnmed, in a num-sizes. Several thousand white vests Swiss ribbed. Plain or lace tri ber of styles. Regular and extra .IHoamtnp doles Main floor . Childrens Stamped Dresses 45c In three popular and pret ty stamped" designs. The dresses are temi-made of good quality lawn. Three popular designs. Sizes i to 4 yean. ilnl ITlnnr Mens Bathing Suits All Worsted--at $3.98 Shapely suits in good colors that will remain good colors after any number of dips. A two-piece model that every man likes to wear, and remember all wool. Navy blue trimmed with white, oxford gray with black, brown heather mixture trimmed with blue. Sizes 34 to 50. .nioominodalet Jotn Floor. Chain Braid Sports Hats With Garlands of Wild Flowers or the Smart All-White Foliage $3.75 Glistening Swiss chain straw forms these ultra-fashionable sports hats. For town, shore or mountain wear they are quite ideal light of weight, softly be coming. You may prefer the wild flowers in their brilliant colorings of the all-white foliage that contrasts so ef fectively with the hats. niucL, brown, rose, euuil, red. Blaomlngdalttitain Floor. Vacation Watches $3.95 Wrist or Regulation Heres the watch to take with you on your vacation. It will tell the time accurately, and if it finds its way into a trout pool or is dashed to pieces on a rocky mountain side, you will be ever so glad its not the valuable time piece Vou left at home. The wrist watch has a radium dial, with leather strap or khaki wristlet. The regulation size is a thin model with gunmctal case. Both arc jeweled movements. nlnnminndalet Stain Vlnnr These Oxfords for Men Are Now Reduced to $4.95 Priced Less Than the Current Cost of Production Long have you been waiting for just such shoes at Just such low prices but you hardly expected to find them. Now that the opportunity dot . come make the most of it. Choose your style Vlcl Kid with medium toes. Cun Matal with narrow toes. Tan Leather with medium toe. Brown Leather with narrow toes. And at the same reduced price Mens high shoes in brown gun metal and black vici kid. .Uloominodaltt Second floor. Mens White Shirts With Collars Attached 1.35 Summer shirts for rfports or informal wear and mighty well made. Full length or quarter sleeve models, .. The shirts with full length sleeves arc made of plain white mercerized cloth of great durability. The quarter sleeve shirts are of white figured madras cloth with button-down collar, (long sleeves) 13 to 17. (short sleeves) 14 to 17. HlnnmlnprinlA. Haiti Vtnnr i.ni,- ; , ; , 1 "iv, -1- -,t,-; ; rr . m -rrrr-sss Our Sanitary Meat Market Will Deliver Saturday Although our Sanitary Meat Market will be closed all day Saturday in keeping with the rest of our store, orders will be accepted Friday for delivery Saturday. You mav thus avail yourself of our unusually low prices, and have your goods delivered just when you want them. Fancy Fowls Lb. 35c Rib Roast lleef Lb. 25c Roasting Canada Lamb Mitfc Leg of Canada Lamb. . .Lb, 30c Boneless mild cured llacun Lb, 33c Porterhouse or Sirloin Roast or Steaks Lb. 34c Another Extraordinary Purchase of Sweaters, at $3.85 Womeh 0 All Ages May Share So welcome was the last of fering of these good sweaters that wc had to repeat it for the benefit of those who did not get as many sweaters as they wanted. Misses Slipovers only but In a variety of colors and styles. American Ileauty, turquoise, buff, coral,!, pea cock. Sizes 1 6 to 18. - - - Childrens Slipover and coat styles; just as dear as can be; in navy, red, purple, rose, buff, American ueauty. Sizes 6 to i Womens In the same style and colors as the Misses, as well as turquoise, with black, turquoise -with bull, buff with blue, buff with black. Sizes 38 to 44. Also 250 Sleeveless Slipovers: $1.48 tjH Wool Slipovers in attractive shades of coral, turquoise, buff, peacock: '-) u blue, in women sizes. 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