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Becoming eyeglasses
that not only correct
your vision, but are so
comfortable you are
never mindful of their
presence, will surely ap?
peal to you.
That is what the
M. H. Harris experience
of 20-odd --cars has as?
sured to more than 350,
000 eyeglass wearers.
'er- er Duane Street
17f\ "' St . o -\'r- '??? McCreery ?S: Co.
par 4th Ave
re . ai hero- Avc
' ' . is A ? . ? ?
> Nasiati ' ??? a lohn
? " .'? ."-'-.
)07 l'0-.fiv. nr Will ?ughby }?'.'-, -..
?69 Fu ti ?pp. A. & S., Bklj
?83 Br? ? ?.
Soon ;
erl ... ... ? i the out
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e meant ii must
orced, ind coi nal n? t
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rs, and H. P of I? ? . .
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Vote m the CircU
Whatever uricei taint
, i e in the elec?oi
party o 51 lid te-- ' day, there i:
one ca es Cj,:c al p
tion, ho ?s cieoted cvt.y ? ..???
H:r. family name is "S! irt "
'ind he answers to the gr en
name of "Par-amount.1
He has no strid pai ty affi
iations? therefore universal in
his appeal to men who believe
in dressing well economically
iit - tanda se lidly on a plat
?orm of inherent merit and one
pri< c to c\ erybody.
i i is campaign c ry 3, "Dow;,
with the ? C of L "
Ar.(i one of the pillars ol that
platform the Recall.
Just recall youi $1 rr> or S2.0C
me you think von haven t
go* a iinuar-* ?t-T
Vo'c in the Par-amcunt Shirt
Circle?all seven shopa open all
diy Elei tion ! >aj
?AR-AMOUNT
?NC
088 THIRD A.VF. 1S25 THIRD AVE
r.l 59'.h i-?rt?* M SW-tS Streel
2298 THIRD AVE 2835 THIRD AV?.
.t IZSlh ? H?rlem :' 149th St., Rro?A
?60 NASSAU ST. 201 W. 125TH ST.
Tribun? Building ?' ?th A? ?m.o
"1628 BROADWAY ?1 60th St?**
M .11-..-.i ??neo the Ftrike began and
declined to discuss .-uik<* develop?
ment .
There was a suggestion, however,
that these concilintors might bo i-on
^nieri'.i if a commission is named by
Pr? idenl Wilson to mediate between
the operators and the miners. The
idoa that .1"'*. might undertake to deal
directly with the locals in their
states, ami not with the national of?
ficers of the United Mine Workers,
was .-ul'.?i need Inn eut given much
.?: edonce.
Unless tip situation cliHngcs to n
::-:.-<- that even the pessimists do not
now expect the government will not
< tempt '... pottle between the two
until ' h.* ? riki? is called off,
in?! the government hardly looks- I'm
: n nei's' lead? * to call .1 off unt il
?? has been a more accurate It"-'
ol strength than so fai has been
g ; '???:. N'o inl imat ; m has come fi*, m
* e miners that 'hey have changed
thoir pe-'tion in tins particular and
that they are willing 10 end the
. . - . ?;..?. ? ,'.- and leave mat I e?' 7
11 gol ???' i? n vu" 1101 ..'?\ e to
?'?::.' . :.
Miners Fear Delay
? .< of the inn in obji ct ions by 1 he
n ners '? arbitral 01 of points un
:?'.;.' ...:'.. has been their
feeling thai rcrhi rat ion ?:;?: ai - a d
lay . ?' : ?onl '. . during ", hich 1 ?7. ....
?? lino . advanced wages or i ortor
1 . . - : tin op?r?t ors will !.<> free
'. ? cha ; go il price on ? oa I et by t he
fuel a :. :' in - ' 1 u'. .of. undei which the
?ners -.-.;? the-, are making pro ?hs of
ibout $1 ;. ton. It was sa d to-nighl
there is no reason to bolic\e the
I 're dei would not be willing to set
n * :.able limit, possibly ??\tv
he work of an> arbitration
1 , \\ ;.-; .... might a] oi t,
meet th ? objc ctio? of labor.
>o far ; ' ? ? : '. general
' - ipeaking, ..??.?! Mi.'. . ;>. ? (fortf
. - - ..?-.. Iiave '..?:
to Se fe ,--? ;. W?! o
? 1 ? ... an the othei n embers
? ' Cab ? re not anxious ?.. see
effei etl in thin way, hut
v :' then pro! ? ' I, vould 1 ?' be
?:?-... the m ?ners
... i ? . -. nn * c ' ' rikc, in view ??'
'he tendency of other branches of
ibor to strike in the last few months
VS ai I v. n 1" moni ?; con ' ?nil :.-.
re* .... *.?'??. 7 h ?ng pos
irry c is. in case ! he rail road
...:' i7(.;il t.- run
locomotiv? . ; ngency now re
, : - : mote but no? imposaibl
1 : Itself of vart?me informa
1 ited ?ill the motor I rucks
l.'nitetl itnti thai could be used
t*ai -.. : ? i.. and would i.-1 pro
i'd the nal ional do : ? nse net
i! !'i;e! Possibilities Studied
?: rd . - man) manufacture!
. ?; ? . ? ? . ? i'.isly in .'?;?- i
y ni ?sing oil fen
I tile il does
?, . . ? ? ni crisis ?n
y turning 1
di . I that ii
pe: ' r 1 ml ?1 over ti :
\ ? tl da; th \ may
regard il - ;? l'a?:tor to be
... their I.g! '
?'.-.- ... 1 ??'..,:.
?..-? ~ Board r-hi]
.... !-,l v.-iil 1! for eX| .!*( \* V
ind 1 hal no mon
' h ; ad. '' - ? .-??;. :'
known '. . ' that ivh i 1 ?
,..-...? . -. : - . . .
-?*..? . . led -. good to
tbat Mi. Pal me r ii t.. take .-. two
?p to' 1 - home in Si roudsburg,
bef. . 1 ..... ..i.
West Virginia
Miners at Worlt
ifieeti Mica's Hrporlcd
in Operation; One itt
Colorado Is Running
11 VI IXGTOV \\ . Va . ": . '
: ? ..- i.. a eport is nod to-night
. ? ' ,'. . * \ . '. 1 Coal A s Delation.
,:? ? br ..- in th ? ranks
triking < oal minci cai 1 I ? daj.
-,, ? ? '1 mines in - * - : *I
? , . ? ?? tale resumed op? ra
.1 ? v. igl ... secretar*, "7' h?
,- ..... 1 ., .-..'. ? th? report t<
? .. - ? iper me .. s-aid the op? : ators of
'.'. -> Virginia 7i r? encouraged, a:'.;'
ouneed 1 em] ? 1 ? on
..??:? :? ' ? ?tril will me el
.,.....??;. 7 morn w, ?? ici a publ ic
latioi .. be ext? nd? d Ui ril ng
? ? . ?.. return to work
.. ; . ucl . .v . ? ' ', --..:. ..
. . ? "well t.vur ;>? pe? . '. ' Mr.
? .. v . aid, ar-J he ' cd "; .-'
.t i oi lit. d to a (?n ek r?.
normal ? tio lie end men
merou eel ?? th? -.tato were
o return to v 7-7.
., wen wail 7- ' ' '?:?!' i*
DKXVER, rhe Black Dia
- m min? ? Boulder Com ; ei
tiftv ". . . - ed .*?... k ai
this ?'....??- ivheii 0}
i*s toi ?id 1 - 11 o fi' ' I s a g i
? - op?r?t? s
I ..-, . -i. .. -?, -? reases a - are
: ? ?? ?vi r eastern elds.
'?- ?CVILLK, 0 io, "'- -Ae?
ro eport s received here to
? . . e 1 th? . ? tripping companies
'?"?-. '1 Coin arc op
Some emplo ?- ? . of these ?
miners' i ?on quit
.. ? . ;, t ,.. v. ?? '..,-, i-, ni ember; .7
Inl il .V 1. itberl od of Shov
nic.i refti ! to r? pond to the trik
I an. I . 1 uni . ,;..,. ,
: op? rai ors -'v, ,
PARIS
52! AVE.AT* 46? 51,
NtW YORK
STORE OPE> ALL DAY TODAY
Dirt" t special attention to the following
Especially Attractive Values
Plain Tailored Suits at MOO
To wear with one? own furs. Fashionable materials in
the newest fall colorings especially suitable for town use at
the present time.
Smart Fur-Trimmed Suits ats 1 65
Several unusuallj good models in velour and plain or
;,Dvelty suitings with collars and cuffs o? mole, seal and
?^i^l
Plot lo Wreck Steel
Workers' Train Foiled
CHICAGO, Nov. 3.?What police
. authorities believe was n deliberate
fittempt to wreck >\ Gary & Intor
urbaii special train, carrying 100
iiteel workers to the Gary, Ind., milla
? was frustrate?! to-ti?jcrht after n con?
ductor on u Michigan Central train
that runs parallel i<> the Inlerurban
roported that he !h??I soon two young
, men piliii)- railroad ties on the In?
te ru rh.-?fi tracks.
A wrecking- crew was rushed to the
scene and Iho ties were removed just
n i tin- Interurban came into lighl
:li would have been difficult to atop
:he train carrying the workors, for
all block signals had been passed.
furnishing deputies to guard stripping
company property as rapidly m men
"Milita ry Con tro I? *
Posted in Wyoming
Infantry and Cavalry Or?
dered to New Mexico
to Do Strike D u t y
SHERIDAN, Y-v'... Nor. 3.?At l*ho
tl rection of Brigadier General D. A.
I'.?ore. commandanl at Fort I>. A.
Russell, proclamai ions were posted
to-day in all Northern Wyoming coal
? ? . . ? o lilii?i con! rol'
i Ii f. ughoul \V ?? om ?ng The ".roela i
tion stai c?i thai ' he various ii itr ,.ti ?
? ?,;?? ?? civil ?.. -.? and authoi -, will
?ont i u? il ..' l'a o? " .-'.: as : In .-.
may be able '.?< ? ? er? i c functions."
EL TAS?', r? v.. 'O.. 3.- Order
wore issiiod from military head
quarters of the El Paso military dii
: riot it noon to-day for one squadron
..:' the 12th United States ?0. air?
less ine troop, and two companies ol
the 24th Infantry, to proceed at once
to Colfax, N. M., for (strike duty.
Taylor Warns All
Coal Profiteers
? . S. Attorney States Law
Inder il ??ich Offenders
W i i! He Prosecnted
A far i ng l'naf viola toi.
and fuel control act, particularly he r? ?
? ? .. ..-ni . \." :. ? ? of i .
;. ..? ?? ?. ,;-.?! ?.ii-:; pi .?'. -r I'd .
contain? I in tat< men : ...?
late ve-i? In by ficoige '0. 0 a , l?,i .
A iiar.t l'un ?J Slates Attorney.
t ? i.ih-nil ment, lo the f..-..1 fuel
loiti . :." ;?-i, ... -i \<y ? oner? - Octo
l. t '0. \'J\\>," he said, ' iii?k??! ?! u
.. -.'. i' i, '. ; mi; person villfull" Ii
t-11 ci i; ; > ne? ; ; i : : for ?;"'- nu , ? ?
. ' . C- ivrii i ?i i-1 '
? .vi. ...
".: ral n ?? :
- ..... or di ti nu'
i.... . i to 1: ?a r.l or mom pol :e a nj
uries, or t > engage in any dis
criminatory, decc ptivc or wasteful prac
tice, or to make any unjust or ui rea
..- .0; - rate of charge n hi? ? ing ?
... ng in necessai ??
"It is further ma It-pal 1
person ? con spin lim il
facilil o.; . i . ; ' ??.:?..
harvest ?ng, manufacturing |i]
storing or dealing i ; ? - c?
*?. re -s'tricl '; . ipply o? di ? r- . - .
ther? it", to pre- ont or 1.n mai
''::?" ?r? . : ,-'?'? ill ol .:
hance i he prico t lu-r?of, oi to exaci ?
ve prie?: ;... ? . ? . , ? .
??? il or ;.. the do;i
,;.'--' ii : ?tts
"? ,. Oetober 31 (1 ? Pr? H ? -
. proelamatioi lo r? .... . : .
. ? .-nil,: .. ?-.- au?l ordo: undei ?. h ich i
? ?1 a ?in; i nie ? ?? ??; i ; ?,. . .
ry '... 1919, i he r pula! oils :
? - lue prii ?? of bitui no-.s c
th<- ?awful . immi: ions J ma rgii
o?.?lors have nj:?m ?.' 'ne nt? opeia
? . - J)), prices that i can 1 :
: ..' . arg? 1 are the ??ame as 1
? ?' ? '?' und ?" ? ..-? c-gulatioii! .?. th
? ??'. ? iininii - n tioi Jan iarj 31, 191
' ', e penal!; ''.. an; violai ion ? :' ??
: ? " . : 111 ??.'? ig I he . :,.'..? ..'
pr ce , is a fine of nol mor? ?'? - " .
/Making insurance
doubly sure
Quick fire insurance ad*
nistrnent may be expected
only when the balance
'hret has been properly
.?inlitrd and authenticated.
Statements presenting
past earnings and opera?
tions aid materially in fa?
cilitating a ?pi?ck and sat
isfnetory adjustment ol
claims.
This i? plainly the ivork
..? Certified Public Ac
ountants.
kzum.
fmm?msmmsamm _IUi
CfC(?TtiCiQ? F\:?>lic Accountants
^boh-wii' BWA,!*V-'Vatk
Dime Bonk R>..T.\'1rL*it_
.1 mprn meni loi not inore I lian i v ..?
??. eai t, or both.
"During t i..' ;>i esent crisis the gov?
ernment ex peel s t.. n -.!? . very moi n
within ?V power to prevent profiteering
in coa!. Every corporation md every
person who .:??? ? not obey ? !.?? law " . II
ho* prompi 1 '?' and \ ?gorou V. p.. ited
11 est Virginia Miners
Orderly: Troops More In
Operator.-* iccuscd of Y rich to
Stir ? p Dissension in Leiter
from header of the. Strike
; HARLKSTOX, V \ .... .'-'... ' i:
.-. ? ? tu tai !,? .-i.' ;...'. : hero to
tlay s how? d th? .V. minei
?\ ere conduct in? !
? ,i'. manuel ai ; no air? ni pi >* n
made to hold meetinr . Meantime, ad
ditional 1 ? doral . i oop i w era being
moved In'to ll slate and pli ce 1 at
strategii poinl
( . F. Keono; ? ' en' o( D l.i :l
'.... !.. United Mine \v orken. Isle to
day mad.' pul a ? ' ? . had
ten t '.. ( -T . rn or rnvel fi
left, ;-...;
"not .'.?-.. ?nti pen? ???
with. them, as I . ?
peopl. ould ?
Mr. ..?
IIIOVl' tllllV ll . ' - I ? I
Ii* certain op?rai
Lewis i Croat..
....
. . ? ? ?
mil el.v.'i ,.,) ?ai? er.t
me. ? ? ??? .' :
that I : .? ?r .
. : -,
ll<* I . .. ? ,
.letter, 'thai
- . ' . ! ,? I t'bl ' ?
? |li. ...... ? .,? ...
in a ws . Login nd M . ?? -.
that '?? , ?7.1:1 v..:;., net our
, - : .?- p? .,.-. . ; -, f the re i >
. ? rtunate oc< urrence I ivill be I hi
res !t ..'" overt acts committed h*.
? ? ? ?r ? than ' : ? :. ni 11
trict."
i ;.,.... r no ; CorIIWl
cived the lettei and ? i .
ply.
'1. f.. Lewi . ecrel . rj ol I o . ? ?
R i ver ? ' .-? ; Associai ?on, c "I I o nig !
v operators ; i I; -,??.,- , ? :. ? - . ?
ready, to eo?.peral in ai pi?
. ivernmonl . . ? .?: op?rai n ? ??
lines. Mr. !.. ' :?- ?;? . ? ' ;l the . ? n!
m ong i u ion mirifj ol the
? i : ? ? ' i : h vor
V-ff ) ml, i <toJ Oealers
Opposed to Price I ixinu
Rcph, to Palmer Contends !'; -
postal I . .". ietion M otild
Impede Opposition to Strike
\ ;? ,. ? - ,
SV1 v.. .'.:,... \ ...
a letter sent . - ' -
(?enera! A ' !?':.: i
would Inipodo the operators in their
flfrht with the striking miners. In a
letter to Mr. Marshall, the Attorney
Goiieral liHtl declared the coal dealers
had attempted, through a circular, to
gain consideration and indorsomenl
for a plan to continue tho present
system of price fixing, based upon
supply un?! demand, throughout the
si riko. Tills, Iho Attorney General
charged, would mean an ab nor mal coal
quotation.
In his i" <.''iipc to Mr. Palmer, Mr.
Marshall said the coal stocka were by
no means running low. Most plants
I have an average supply of lixty day",
| while the majority of consumers have
i from two to four months' Gupplici i
i hand.
Public Declared Protected.
"1 -. . ? ..?' i o| nion," Mr. Mai ? ,.0
vi ote, ? i ha! ( he loo! ol hi tu
?i?:? 1 now in tin i ? i d . ? .' the rail
roads, tho abnormally large stocks ol
steam sized anthracito, accumulated
by reason of lurk of a ninrkei and toe
production of a normal quantity of
non-union coal, which, if the ?oik" ;.?
prolonged, an.I ??tii full car supply,
which i - :. . ued, will h t n ,.. -, ,.-.
? i eased b> the influx ??: labor from
union ?I: itrii ti -\ ill i.I he ne?
' Inn small |.'ill ige .?? ? ? , ?
whose i.nl ....
"A 11 t he ??? condil ion . con ....... !. ?I
?a our c? lidcnt h? ? that tl
v. ould nol o ?? o. ?? ..--.. . . !,'?
high, fin I if ii .7 !
-.. ;, u aro ompow? ihr n
?,. -o amendmoni to 1 ' ? . ? ? In
prosecute the off? n?lrs, ? ? ? .
.11 my ?'rs' lettei "
Long Island (It- Suppli? ?I
,\1 any <!ea lers In ; Ins ,-. - s
numerous orders for t oa I y?
- hich i h? ' ..ti.l might s. ah irl
??Oui ?' upply. N'.ne of them
-..?-, .- lin situai Long
I ';- nd ? : tvn 1 i'poi ted to he p nl
? ? - 0 ? ..? ? ? ' ,',-i ? ? ,
? .-?:? ?!' ten nnufacturin
. i- ' ; Ih ,- was I .
?^i^H^^^B^^^H
ai ne-, ; ? i:
0 ? . , ?k. I Hie per.pl, his
?. ; ? ? . .1 ? : , ?.-..? i-1 ... -
'-,-!;;,;; . . I : ;..? . I of .:???.'?: II
? .t'.i coal ... 1 0 r- ..1 01 elite? ; . would
11 e p r o 1 ? ? -...i
-, ..'.-. mthrnell oui h
.'?? - ? port? d . ?? ; .
D? ei irovernment was usinu
n.-' ' of tl.' the trnnspoi
lioi loi ? i '. . I -..
.- to r .1 1 '? ?
?... : him
? ? ?. : :. ? pr? ; ; iccdn.
Operators ()uole Lewis
Denying (rinn }>cr* Charge
i
n
-. -11
era - '
tuniinou
Stales ha?! h? ? ?? ?
p ? ...I'l?'! ??
the ,..;,..,
Ill ? ' n '?...? ? '
? 'V ? ?
.
. ;.. I , .. ....
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public I ' -
Opcratoi ? 1: n-.- ?j? ? si 1
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...... at 1
'?I rotier ? t!
WST & CO.WWNY
Fifth Avenue a? .'$.~?tb Street
Established L87<>
V1hn'sF?\kSi;itsa()\''kk<:oats
^"K""^HERE is no need to pav foolish pri?es >*>hen you ma\
be sure of sensible clothes .j?k? sensible pri?es al
Our men"***. clothes are made from fine ail wool tested fab?
rics, designed exclusive!} ?or Neis x, ork. men and tailored b>
our own experls m ho create only finv clothes.
I Jo* prices are sensible and viil save yon S3 00 n?
810.00 on a suit or overcoat, for here you save the
maker*, profit.
?EXTRA VALUE
Blue suits of fine quality foil weight Vicuna finished
flannel in sizes for raen ami young men, far nmb-r present
market worth.
?
9 r
CLOTHES F0
3
",1\T
.v.iDfc' j.\ or? mr.v swops
Store Closes at 5:30 P. M.
????????Yo? Never Pay More at Best'*immmsmmmm^?y^,
ADVERTISEMENT ADV LP I ! LMLS ? \ir> i R l |S| m -. (
DONT LOSE A VOTE
Previous elections have shown that
have voted for only one candidate h<
several candidates on the ballot for Justio
Supreme Court or Justice oi the C
omission has defeated candidates in ti s!
Voten-, arc requested t(> !?
UNTERMYER ai well
CALLAHAN and REILLEY as well a WENDI I
Remember that a vote foi
candidate for Judge and nol
an extra vote for their Republic
possible defeat of Democrats
Tin only sure utn; is In /;
square to the right o? n<ei //
/
fil > unter Sa) s On toi s
U ont irbitrete l util
\fcn ('O tl/o L~ to U <>t h
l '.S. [gf>nt O)
(nul Portvv ?
?
tm
Cy*
n* Pi
"* .4***
Sfl i**"*
For M<ii and \ ??mtv n
4,000 Overcoats and
nils >.?.">
lection S?y cial
Men'?? ami ^ oung M<
Winter ?%uii
$35
.?-.'
\/
v. ,n,l , \j
S>* 11 ? 11 ? i < ? \.
I his, is a plain ntntetnent of I (' / **??
farts erery man eon und? : ntand
GIMBELS Fourth I
1,000 Soil Hal
1.500 _\Inr?? !)rrhii'
Extraordinary Valnr
Superior grades of hats at a priei
that e\en ?inn will ??.insider m
emphatically low \'->y this quality,
CIMBELS Fourth I Ic-oi
2,05
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