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THE EVENING WOULD, XOHDAY, OGTOBEK 20, 1018.
Sure Relief 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief STEEL PLANT TIE-UP . RE LL.-ANS MFOR INDIGESTION a4aHHaKSiat y ; hi im Special UcMttmin'i Hit.4 Cirtrd H'lrm IHSf Hit wuu dumC twrTrrt cut. 171 Credtt tiavioitft rtf-armr-a. -muanloM ronrid.ntWl. Art f CtalorM 41 (Continued From T'trst l'ucc.) UH0AV WORLD "WAHTr W0K WOMDtRS. foreign lanpunnc speaking Htrlkers' leader have leen tclllnr llielr fol lower they would rcrolvu a Htrlke beneilt ot 12 n day, but there aro no fundH available for thta dlsbiiraomunt. LEADERS KNOW THEY MUBT ACCEPT THE BLAME. The mdralo of the leaders la weak enln? became they know the time Is approaching for Homebody to take the biamo for calling a strike that Bi l uway to a weak kturt, to say the IcaHt. Thuy are now preparing for a session of employment In that widely known p.viilme called "pass Ing the buck." With the strike four weeks old they aro Just starling to work on plan to raise money for bonellty. At a meeting of the leaders of the labor unions of Chicago held yesterday afternoon, nn appeal by Jchn Kltzpatrlck, Chairman of tn. Committee to Organize the Steel Erected A. V. 1910. lreenUd to the Y. II. C. A. by Klbert II. Gary. Many of tne noiaiern attended uie band concert. I noticed u number at. tended oh excorts to Utile children. Thcro wcro old tlmcru who aw service In Franco mid on the Rhine. They wcro great favorltej with Uie Kronen ana ueniian en 11 (iron ana in nlckliia- un companlonshlrw with the klddlei of Gary they aro following a habit formed in mucin abroad. S nco coming to nary I havo nought to learn If any of the soldier In uniform who led the parade which Inxnlrcd the Governor of Indiana to iik for Federal troopn were member of the, American Legion, omcers or the Gary pom say tnni some or tuem were, nosslbiv three or four of per haps fifty Following the nrrlral of mi ThiMindhuvd mm col y 1 Cvery grectr trerrwhers sells' Kellecf't everyday Workers, for funds to be rained by dler the once over and continued n assessment upon union members out- tneir way. tnder tn circumsuinccs sldo the steel Industry was received probab, hut'gud, outbreak will with a lack of enthusiasm that was i,ecomo a live nosslbllltv if the sol- almost total. dlera arc removed before) tho prcva- The army authorities In Gary have lent deadlock Is broken. d.&contlnued raids upon the homes Soldiers on patrol at the ml I gates ot persons known to be of Holshorlst EiL!.1. tendencies, except on receipt of In- afternoon and yesterday, There ap formation which appears to be worth pears to bo a psychological effect in c-nsldering, or direct complaints, n neimet wnien is noticcaoio There aro plenty of revolutionists " fflttalo iffid' wv. remaining In Gary, but they are concert yesterday afternoon In the using the soft pcdul. Col. Manes. In Y. M. C. A. Ilulldlnr in Oary. It waa charge of the units of the 4th Dlvi- tarUjd, tatjfl rtjto slon which are maintaining u mill- . th wny M ono of thn flnr!)t i the tary camp In Gary, believes tho Red , city. It Is a beautiful ntructure, menace has been smothered. standing on u dutaclied block and Under the outward., peaceful ... S? iffl peet of the situation in Oary lurks a fry more comforUbly or adc menace which minht not be worth ' quately equipped. On the corner- msntioninn wsrs It not for the facl.stono is curved this Inscription of the recent race riots in Chicago. Ripple from the mam disturbance in the City of Chlcaao were felt, at that time, in Gary and other steel centre to the south of the bin city, FEAR RACE RIOTING IN GARY SOON. Hitler complaints that tho steel cor poration Is Importing njrroes as strikebreakers were voiced at the meeting of the steel strike leaders in Chicago last Saturday. Tho minor local leader.) hero were not slow in lUKing up tho jssuu. Feeling ngjlnst tlio negruv need but slight aggrava tion to become exceedingly bitter here, for II Is a fact, while many negroes wero employed in the mills beforu tho strike the percentage of negro help has appreciably Increased In tho past two weeks and negroes, currying new suitcases, aro drifting Into Clary on almost every train. The negroos Hold, almost exclusively, the rougn, unxkllled labor Jobs which were for merly tilled by tho foreign language workmen. Tho Gary negro colony Is on the outskirts of the city on the south side adjoining, and at points mixing with a colony of foreign language strikers. Information that men of Influunco among tho foreigners jvero beginning to snread tho statement that the steel corporation H Importing negroes to take the Places of ull strikem reached the Intelligence Department of tho military force several days ago and this phase of tho situation was closely watched. The result was that numerous sol dlers wearing steel helmets and carry ing rifles appeared In and around tho negro quarter yesterday, especially at points where tno dwellings or negroes are close to thoso of the foreign-born whites. A squad of men, nrmed wltn rifles, bayonets and revolve, weie Btatloned at zun Avenue nna uroaa- way at tho gatewuy of he negro set tlement. and In the afternoon an army truck with a machine gun mounted aft was driven up to the corner and narked at the "4tli Street curb, Ma chine run ammunition was prominent ly uuspiaycu in tne trucK. irom iai tlmo to this writing a soldier chauf feur has sat at the wheel of the truck, members of tho machine gun company of tho 4th Division havo been within Jumping dlstanco of tho gun und a motorcycle manned oy two armea soi dlers has been stationed closo by. MACHINE GUNNERS WILL CURB, THE RIOTER8. Hundreds of strikers strolled by and gavo tho machine gun and the sol- NUT MARGARINE (ASHBY PROCESS) The Perfected Nut Butter Fr.ee From All Preservative Best Or Your Money Back! The new nut butter that is difTcrcnt, better, because of a new process we ihsve discovered. Nor, we wan: to know how best we nay tell all the people who are inter . ?stcd chc housewives the food buyers the things they want to know about this new butter. , fHow would you do it? We kre offering these prizes to find out. V First Prize $100 Second Prize $50 Five Prizes $25 Each Ten Prizes $10 Each Twenty-five Prizes $5 Each A pound of GOODY Nut Butter will be delivered by your dealer FREE if your idea does not win a cash prize. ijXEveryone mty try for these prizes. Simply s.rd ui a . Xuggeitldn that will help u popularize this new product so others will know something of its goodness any idea ' tlutmsy occur toyou a recipe, a slogan, s new use for it, may win one of these prizes. the regular troops many soldiers In tinlferm not marked with red stripes, denoting discharged, wcro picked up on the streets, a few wearing the white badges of strlko pickets, It was found that nil these men had been discharged from the sorvlco. Homo of them, despite their army training, were unable to speak Eng lish. Thny wero required to remove their uniforms. The Gary post of the American Legion Is co-operating wlthAthe mili tary authorities In maintaining order. At a mectng called by Major Melton, who formed tho post, at tho tlmo when disorder was rife, 110 out of 140 In attendance volunteered to do police duty. A considerable majority of tho members of the post are sons of for eigners who have not taken out cltl xenshtp papers. While Gary Is quiet under the mar tial law as administered by the reg ular army, the samo condition docs not prevail In Indiana Harbor, ad joining Gary on the north, which Is policed by the Indiana State militia. Hooradlc outbreaks In Indiana Har bor and East Chicago keep the mil itiamen on tho Jump. The militia- slonal men, clerks tindVnxhanlcs . . 1 I , u n i . ...Ull- WIIU are iubiiik uk-u l'ii.v ixiiiu un strike duty, are not ulvlmr any loud cheers about life In Indiana Harbor and East Chicago. With the regular army men, as with tho mounted po lice if Pennsylvania, strike duty Is part of tho day's work. They are under orders to do certain things un der certain circumstances and they do those certain things ns conditions arise, Tho mounted constabulary of Pennsylvania, by tho way, are not nearly as numerous as tho regulars In Gary, but they carry out tholr orders Just as efficiently. The Ualvatlon Army reached GAry last nigh and established a canteen on Broadway outside (he Chamber of Commerca Building, which hns been -turned Into a barracks. Dough nuts, such as made the Halvatlon Army beloved In France, am now be Inir turned out in amazing quantities) and consumed by the soldiers. CHICAGO STEEL OUTPUT 75 PER CENT, OF NORMAL Union Officials Admit Practically Ail Plants in District Arc in Partial Operation. CHICAGO. OeL 10.Condltlona In thn steol mills of the Chicago district hav Improved te sueh an extent, that to-day produrtion waa on a basis of 75 per cent of normal, according to company officials. Union officials, while admitting that practically all ot tho plants were In partial operation, nald their reports showed that Inexperienced workers were attempting unsuccessfully to flit thn places of the Veterans of the nuuairy, win) remain on airiae. This report declared that betwssn fifty and 103 nun rarura4 ta vara aaii7 last week and that at Homestead alens 9,400 men were on the Job. The Homo lead works turnsd out at 000 tons' of Inrota last wtk. this brine onlv a few thousand tons under the record week ot lilt, when production was hastened bacaiue of the war, the statement add ed. Other mills of the concern were said to be operating at nearly 10 per ent. espaeity. Uperntora Declare rittaharajh Mllla Are Almost normal. ITTTSUL'nnil, Pa., Oct 10. With both employers and union leaders mark lux time, the strel atrtkn situation In the I'lttsbursh district was practically unchanged to-day, the Initial day of tho nrtli week ot the walkout. The only statement relative to the strike came from the CarneKla titeel Co, Harvard rand !! Ti005,tT9jlBSH, Th Harvard Kndnwmtil Vnnii effM mlttee In New York Cltjr announced 'r noon to-day that 1M",H had ttii V subscribed. Boston still holds the lead -, with f2.7,71l while New York Is ise ond with a total subscription ot 071, Cranberry toast econom ticious A sale of this character natur ally taxes the resources of our organization to its utmost, so we request that patrons, wherever possible, take their purchases with them. No garments will be credited or sent O. D. during this sale. P4UI ,B E Rtf ARD t TheTVomen's Shop forValuep 22 East 34t-SSt. ACROSS THE STWtET PROM ALTMANS An extra force of salespeople and a simple arrangement of stock will facilitate selection and prevent confusion such as a popular Bale of this character sometimes causes. Great Reductions: WINTER COATS TAILORED SUITS AFTERNOON FROCKS While one particular special is quoted from each department, : every garment in our entire stock, nearly 4,000 Coats, Suits and Dresses, is included in this Gigantic Reduction Sale. : At the very start of the season, when everybody is anxious to buy, when prices are at their height, when our stocks are complete and fresh at such a time a reduqtion sale is a rarity, but we are terribly overstocked, hot summery weather in September and October is responsible. Not ordinary Reductions, but the same Reductions that you usually find at the end of the season. Made by a New, Exclusive Process Up to the time of our discovery , Nut Margarine wss made by the same process used in making Oleomargarine (from Animal fats). This process was to undefendable, we decided it was not good enough for us and set about -ShTpovimomit m sgy " Endorsed by Alfred W. VUCuxn Coupon for "GOODY" Idea Contest-Cut out and mail developing s new process. 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IIMH.II nv Tru da not Ilka GOODY iraanitrr butur you ovr ata. your inonair wUl b y rou Dlaai aa waif aa th. cboleaat HaueUNut Butter Co, SS Clifton Av.,Newrk,N.J. You m enter my name for "GOODY" Idea Contrttt A7- - SlnH , , , ' Dttltr'l AW rafundad arithout word.1 Remember cot prlsr tor the best fdeos a pound ot "GOODY" FliRB if your tdta dot nut utn a cash prize. ss:SgE$ Here's How You Can Enter ifid the GOODY Idea Contest Simply fill out th coupon and mail It te us. Then you are entered in the GOODY Idea Con test and can send your idaaa at any tlmo bafora November 15, 1919. But fill oi.t th coupon aund mall It today, HAUCK NUT BUTTER CO. Telephone t Branch Brook 6S00 85 CLIFTON AVE, NEWARK, N. J. c ill c 3j , Afternoon DRESSES Nearly 2000 Dresses are included in this great sale; the re duced prices repre sent values that are unprecedented. Very Special To-morrow 700 Dresses .75 15 Regular Prices to on rg Velveteen, Velour, Tricotine, Satin, Charmeuse, Wool Jersey In all the new modes for Autumn and Winter, ta lored, em broidered and bead ed models. All sizes. is HI D I Winter COATS Your choice of any Winter Coat in our stock at one-half regular prices. Very Special To-morrow 300 Fur Trim'd Coats Regular Prices to $55 Velour, Silvertone, Velour de Laine, with rich fur collars, some with cuff to. match. $200 coat reduced to $100. $150 coats reduced to $7$. All others in proportion. J. ' J 24 Winter SUITS Your choice of any Tailored1 vr a ui - S I 1111-1 med Suit inj our stock at about HALF2 regular prices.J Very Special To-morrow 240 J Ta iloredf Suits I 7K i B Regular Prices to u $50.00 J Silvertone, Oxfords, g Wool Velour u All coats richly lined andjj warmly inteninea; everyjs suit is superbly tailored U11U Ull bllCU. s ' .! mm il Tli l.l Aar Pilia tick hmi U Ik. 7 It Mil fc . mi ua rma la Ttua n ( i u mUUii, - v.iai (h. t ... '....ana jfrit id . 1