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' . - , , TffE-STJN,- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7? 1910.
STEEL WAGES SHOW GREATEST INCREASE peficifc Botwoon Living Cost t and Pay for Clothing and ' Shoo Making. I1 ESTIMATE FROM 1918 ON JDepartmcnt of labor Issues j Tablo Showing How rrices f. Have Been Mot. ' Further &natyata presented yesterday lY the SUndard Dslly Trade Service f (he etlmate of the rls. tn the cost tt living m compared with advances 'to hourly waseo in various Industries M prepared tr the Department of tabor presents some interesting- " Srisoufor the year 1919 The depart nent's Index number of, changes in waul cost of llvlnt took account mr ,t., . in h lavn Industries. Ttaf the relative earnlnn an hour for tyts 1910 to 1919. taklnr the year HIS as the basis of comparison, or i The Indes number showed, In the Iron Vnd steel Industry, a greater Increase. In liourly earnings than In any othsr of the U(ven Industries reported on. Hn the oresent analysis the department's figures 'are used as the basis of figuring the eercentase or increaso w .t to In 1919 over the 1918 average, i According to this analysis, an excess et wse Increase over cost of living In- fcniM Is shown in every uejuuufc " , . . i ti fndiixtrv and also-In the cotton goods manufacturing, hosiery 'and underwear, biik gooaa uu and worsteds Industries. I ' A deficit of wages over cost of Irving is ihown In the following industries: ...-ill... winBl. hrtMm and fthOflS. lum. IllOUul be: (saw mills only), mlllwork (oash, Itfoon, tc), furniture and cigar, j On the basis of the Indexes of the De partment of Labor the following table Mil Indicate just bow far the Increase ILn the cost of living haa been met byi , wage living or eeadt I CP. c. of (P. e..f Is nn 1311 At.) uij At.) tenets. 'tna n4 Steel: P. O. . vi.it fnmifea...... 149 r. u. ITS .T4 I HiiMOtr conrerters 99 ITS , Cpca heirta far- 1 giHi ...... Z35 ITS M ,aa I Podllinr mill! 1 KT BlMalir nilUl .... Hi , Flat mill SUiltnl rail Bills Ml l Dir mlUi SSI Sleet mill US I Tin plite nHli.... S20 ' ill depirtmenti.... 121 ICoKoniooJj mf lTff iBotletr 4 underwear ill Bilk rxxu 111 Woolleai & woretedi J OitMn Oatn'i) 1T1 2Scti uid fhoei..... 117 jLcnber (nir mills onlr) 1M sfllhrort Ciui. doors, , it) Ul ITS ITS M ITS ITS ITS ITS -f ITS -f. ITS 173 , 5 4- ITS ITS ITS 175 - .M .a .s it ,et' .n .ii .u .M .tt .ITS 17S .Si ITS .XI Cin Ul US .13 ' .1111 A true .average of th percentage of C nouny wages in mess uuinuni 1H as compared with 1911, which takes bto account the varying numbers of la borers employed in these inauarnea, in dicates an increase in composite hourly .vise paid of 75.9 per cent, ae compared with an estimated Increase In cost of living ol 76 per cent. TO MEET FUNERAL SHIP. tenators and HepreenBttTe Willi Honor Soldier Dead. WaiHiKtrowT NoV. 6. Vice-President ktirahall named a committee to-day to KprtMnt the Senate in receiving the bodies of 111 American soldiers who wen killed or died in Northern Russia. The bodies will arrive in New York Bwitr on tho steamship Lake Daraga. Chairman Wadsworth of the Senate Military Committee will head the com elttee, which will Include Senators Qimberlaln, Oregon; Newberry. Mlchl- pn; Beckham, Kentucky; ucuormicx, liUnols, and Fomerene, Ohio. A similar committee was appointed 7 Speaker Glllett. It is headed by Rep resentative Nichols, Michigan, and thai ether members are Representatives I ttison, Illinois; Hullngs. Pennsylvania, Jiepubllcans, and Doremus, uicnigan ; Crlrp, Georgia, and Smith, New Tork, Democrats. WOMAN TALKS TOO EAST. Hetort nUconrteons Brlns Her Pin In Court. The glib tongue of Mrs. EUxabeth Oircla of 11 East Sixty-eighth street. combined with a smoking automobile to cams her arrest yesterday. Patrolman John C. Rutledge of Traffic C said he itosoed the woman at Broadway and 115th street and cautioned her about driving with a fuming engine. Mrs. Garcia snapped back, he said: "What are you looking for more pattr The officer promptly took her to Traf tn Court. Mrs. Oarcla was aulte sub- tued by her arrest and after pleading rallty to the traffic violation, apologized io tns patrolman. Magistrate House mea tier 110. What Does It Matter ! CHAKESPEARE'S splays are the greatest plays of all time, even if Lord Bacon wrote diem! Oriental Pearls are the most beautiful of all gems, even when Tecl a creates them! DfeCdrfcltttRso XAXINE 0ITT0ER ARRESTED. Two ReoTBltlsur Held la Bt. Loals. RT. TlWTN Mam U . I . . m ... ,IiV iiieoi. inner C. McLaughlin and Sergt Edward J, lormnn mnA tt v ni. i . Marine recruiting offlce here, were ar rested to-day charged with forgery In altering obligations of the United fitatea. Payable to Marines who had been discharged from the service, were Molea Later forty-nlne of these checks, assreratln 11 ft on m u.. 1 after an InvesttgaUon, Government offl- Bruerea tne arrests. aires First Knlsfhthood. Ottawa. Mnv a ti,. n.i Wales beitowed knighthood for (fie tint time t(Vdav In maVtm XTtiiA.fs. ti Morrison a Knight Commander oi mo uraer or Bt Michael and Bt. Oeorge. The Prince presented the deco ration of Command! nf K Ti.tk . ' ...w .U two brothers of Major-Gen. M, & Mercer, who was killed In action. Broadway nt 34th Street On A Really Wonderful Collection of Women's Fur-Trimmed and Tailleur Coats the Best New York Has Seen Your Furs Will Cost Less at Saks and be. made only of the finest pelts Fox Scarfs in Taupe, Poiret, Kamchatka or( Black... Spedtl $48.50 Fox Seta made of selected skins, in all wanted colors Special $85.00 Handsome Wolf Scarfs in all fashionable shades -. Special $35.00 Beautiful Wolf Sets Special $60.00 Novelty Skunk Scarfs Spedd $67.50 Skunk Muffs to match Special $45.00 Hudson Seal Scarfs I Special $37.50 Muffs to match Special $25.00 Today and Saturday Women's Gold Filled Ribbon Bracelet Watches rsssssTVAx mi 20-year gold filled case, with gold or silver dials. This low price will be in. effect only until our present stock Is exhausted. Pictured, , Main Floor. LOADED SHIPS READY TO SAIL TO-MORROW Ending: of Pior Strike Will Be Icaso Flvo Transatlantic liners. Five transa'tlantio liners win sail from this port to-morrow with unusually large passenger lists and heavy cargoes, pre viously held up because of the tonkshore men's strike, now ended. Borne of the vessels have been held up for two weeks or more. The Presldente Wilson of the Italian Line will depart for Mediterra nean ports after a delay of throe weeks. Others are the White Star Lapland, which leaves at noon for Plymouth; the Columbia, Anchor Line, bound for Olao- w; Roohamseau, French Line, ror Mm $c OlotnjBttttj "In the heart of New York' Direct by Subway, Tube and "L" Sale Today and Saturday At .$42.50 These are all higher-priced coats re leased to us by several of the best manufacturers with whom we do busi ness, who are about to concentrate their efforts upon their new sample Jine for Spring. The styles are in straight line, belted, semi-belted and loose effects, and reflect in their very careful needlework the skill of the most expert coat makers. Many are lavishly trimmed with the most wanted furs ethers are for wear with separate furs. Excellent variety of materials all of the finest quality Normandy, Bo livia, Silvertone, Suedine and Velour. Each coat beautifully silk lined" and" warmly interlined. Two of many styles pictured. Sizes 84 to 48. Fourth Flow. We anticipated the present vogue for fur scarfs and muffs by purchas ing miiob hpnvipr than usual, and as early as last Feb ruary. The result is we now ffer the choicest of furs at savings far too important Ann Tr Featured today and Saturday: Special $18.50 Wo? fmshion - nhnnfl Iff. jewel movement watches In Havre, and ib Taormlna, Italian Line, ror Naples, Normal conditions rapidly re being restored In the harbor, It was said yes terday, and many freight and paaienger steamships, large and small, oouia do sent out to-day, but for the fact that Friday by custom Is not a sailing day. All piers will be cleared of their sur plus freight and ships now waiting for berths taken care of by the end of nest week, tt Is thought Twenty-fl70 steamships at piers along the Brooklyn water front from Fulton to Montague street are being loaded with cargoes for French and South American ports. Work will go forward night and day, It was raid, despite the assertion of disgruntled strikers, who say they have lost all spirit In their work. F. Paul Vaocarelll mado public yesterday a state ment calling on the .men to forget en tirely their grievances for the time being and work as if they were being paid more than it cents an hour and II for overtime, or this wage plus the "Ave and ten cent'' award of the National Adjust ment Commission, which some of the men have accepted. Some of the long shoremen believe that the award of the SAKS & COMPANY Announce for Today and Saturday the-Initlal Display of Smart Mid-Winter Fashions in Hats Exquisite at $10.85 Six hundred of the most original, most beautiful chapeaux ever assem bled at this one price, mirroring with marked fidelity the most exclusive styles for Mid-Winter shown in foremost Paris shops. A visit to the French metropolis could reveal no modes more interesting or more charming, and to pay more for any Mid-Winter Hat will increase only the outlay and not by any means the authenticity or originality of your Mid-Winter chapeaux. Included arc Beautiful Black or Brown Dress Hats of Panne Velvet, Du vetyn Hats in smart small shapes, Sarin Hats with Gold or Silver embroidery, Duvetyn Hats with Fur Trimming, and close-fitting styles trimmed with metallic embroidery or beautifully colored flowers. wage commission on December 1 will be retroactive. The S00 or more soldiers who have' been doing longshore, work at the army piers at Uobcken were sent yesterday i Camp Merrltt, following the return of about J.OOt) strikers at Hoboken. During the strike no freight had been moved at the plira of the Holland-American Line, Lamport A 'Holt Line or the Bcondlna-Tlan-Amerloan Line, because the soldiers, besides being unaccustomed to the work. wore hot In sufficient numbers to move the gigantic amount of freight accumu lated there. More longshoremen than were needed reported at the Jersey City piers, where seventy-flve negroes working ns strike breakers were dismissed. Looomotlve Blast Kills One, CoJcrsauf, Ohio, Nov. 8. Three men were probably killed this afternoon when the boiler on a Bessemer and Lake Eric Railroad freight engine blew up six miles southeast of here near the Pennsylvania State line. Fireman Grant Noel was found dead, a brake man Is said to be dying and the engi neer cannot be found. , TODAY AND SATURDAY ONLY- A Very Special Sale of Fashionable Winter Skirts , ' for Women and Misses . At $16.75 These are the most beautiful Skirts created for the Winter season at less than wholeaalel Stunning box pleated, side-pleated, shirred top, and tailored models, developed in All Wool Plaids and Fine Quality Wool Velour. 24 to 36 Waistbands. Third Floor. PETTICOATS the underlying beauty of the most exquislto gowns Saks & Company have assembled the most complete assortment of new petticoats in the Greater City, and offer them at prices which are very low considering their marked superiority of material and making. For dress, for warmth, for utility, we have the very petticoat you had in mind, and in the material you desire Rustling Taffeta, Satin, Silk Jersey, Wool Jersey, Crepe it Chine, or" " Washable Satin, In every wanted color At $4 to $29.75 TWELVE FIRMS BID FOR MNEOLA CAMP Offers f or Milk Plant Bange From $280,000 Down to ' $26,000. Sptctat Dtatck to Tun Bm, WAsniNSTON, Nov. 6. Dtds were opened In the construction division of the. army to-day under direction of Lleut-Col. W. O. Couper for the sale' of Camp Mills at Mlneola, L. X.,. Camp Bhelby, Miss., and cantonments', in Chtckamauga and Chattanooga National Parks, near Fort Oglethorpe. The sale attracted a great deal of Interest and a diversity of bids due, so Lleut-Col. Couper said, to cooperation of the press with the construction dlyi- Phone Greeley 2626 they can be bought today- slen, to which had been entrusted the dlspcsat of surplus army camps. Proposals were advertised for. on Octo ber 10 and detailed Information -was sup plied to' those interested on. Inquiry at tne construction division headquarters in Washington. which Brls.-Ocn. R. C. Marshall, Jr., Is chief, or of any Bf that division's omoers stationed at- the' van ous' array posts. The suocesefur bidder under the regulations may be withheld for' sixty days, but the' Board of "Bales probably will make an award, within a week or so . The bidders' for1 Camp Mills were as' follows: It. JL Ooldman. Cfclcare 'llie.OOf A. I 'Norton Co., CoDblesklll, n. t st,m Buffalo 'House Wreeklng and Bal- vase co., ouiraio., 3Ji,05 Brown Ualon. Bast Tex, fa, lOl.tIT Vvw Wrecking Co.. Indianapolis 110.400 Harris Bros. Co., New York 15J.000 Lewis .Wrecking Co Bock Island, ill. : ioi.ooo Mirar Ausenbllek and Joseph Fltoh, Ntwarkr. 143.101 R. C. Hoffman A Co., Baltimore,, 121,946 Qeneral Engineering Co., Indian- . poll ., 'llt.Uo Julius-Hammer, Hew Torlc 121,101 Frlodm&n A fllral. Now York.... 1I1.I0O The bids for Camp Shelby ranged JL. Limited to Friday and Saturday- :-' A Very Important Sale of Z ..,...- Misses' Winter Co;$s $45 949.50 - Duvet de Lalne, Silvertone, Wool Velour and Heather Mixture Coatings .. beautifully silk lined and interlined. One style- pictured. Sizes 14 to 18 years. Second 'Floor. Very Youthful and BeeuUjuHy Matie.. ' ' Misses' Wool. .Jersey - . Frocks at $45 ; In a very charming, youthful straight-line model, with rows of ruffled ribbon on waist and skirt; narrow ribbon tie sash, and trim, snug-fitting shoulders. Expertly developed in Wool Jersey of excellent quality,, in Reindeer, Beaver, French Blue nnd Navy Blue Also at $45 A mo3t extensive collection of dainty af ternoon and street frocks in Georgette Crepe, rich Satins, Tricotine, and Velveteen. Sizes 14 to 18 years. Second .Floor., ' A Naturally Wavy Switch or Transformation is now essential if one would follow the mandates of1 the mode. Saks & Company offer excellent values in'NaturaUy Wavy Switches and Transformations today Special at Suitable for Gift Purposes-7- RhinestoXe-Set t Sterling Silver Rings Regularly $9.50 to $12.50 At $7.50 Renroductions of costlv platinum set diamond rings, in a large collection of ex quisite designs. Also a large assortment of novelty rings in sterling silver, set with Snnnhires. Amethvsts or Emeralds. Two as pic tured. Beautiful Rhinestone Bar Pins Regularly $5 - Special $2.50 B in most beautiful ttallery and .filisrree effectsT re sembling very closely expensive is fitted with safety catch. Two from f1B,IOO,to JSf,00(f; 'those for the' camp 'at Fort Oglethorpe 'from IW.B00T' toiT,000. " t Harria .BroS. .4" .Co, of New. Ycrt& clty offered 1119,000 for; all; three camps? Novemberrii-at 11 A. M.. and naU, which time, jroposals.,wlU.'.be received,' tne construction 'division wlH open btds for Camp Stuart, and 'Camp. Alexander, and part of the embaritalpn station at, Newport News, Va. "", 'S : ff, O. A. B. PLANS 1820 MEETDIfl. 1 Annval pncnpipmeat to Be Held at ,. Atlantis Cttrv , (i " i'podal buroteh tt-Vnn 8btj . Avlaktio CrrrrJ.'j'.V Nov. a. The; 1(20 annual encampmetrf 'of;the Grand Army;;ef,'Xh'e. Itepubird will be held ln Atlantto City from September 38 to'' October-J, IneluWv'e. " " r This decision wan reached' here to9 day.. by. the ekecuUve' .'staff of ths orC gantiatton' at a' conference held at th"t Chalfonte Hotel, with Daniel -M. Hall of Columbus, Ohio, the 'new c6tamandei' 10 chief, presiding. I" . "fli Special at $49.50 II Coats tbat'at'once reveal , hemselves to be f.i : sure iof ' b those usually- seen at this price. - -The styles. .Are.-in .. youthful b" e 1 ted , Iooso back, and straight-line effects, , with, snug convert ible pilars-of 'Belf - material or SeaTdyed 1 fur! . The materials are--the- most .suc cessful, woven "for present wear $11.45 Third Floor. platinum bar pins. ' Each styles pictured. I 4. I