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THE SUN,' jmiDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1919. T t Jt.t til NltHtt' T t 11B U'lovjur, r. nol'wii' i;y. mm 7 Is America mm, i , t. r f "It i . . . r ace to 1" 2 J..T.I I With Industrial Just before the Civil War William H. Sew ard told the nation that an irrepressible con flict", was at hand over slavery, and Abraham Lincoln warned the people .that their nation could not endure "half slave and half free." So, to-day, we find editors in both the' conservative and radical camps who see unmistakable signs that the conflict between labor and capital can neither be compromised nor arbitrated but must be fought out, perhaps to a finish. They point ib the complete collapse of the President s in dustrial conference at Washington ; to the per sistence of the soft coal miners in going ahead with the-strike policy which the President of the United States has declared "immoral" and "il legal"; to the existence of the irregular and un authorized strikes in New York which labors own leaders have been unable to stop; to the steel strike, in which the United States Steel Corporation welcongedithe fight to the finish and mm mmx mm, . mm - i viii MM ' mm i ' .m I n ..... ..rt i ,T-.. i.i. ' ,,).) 4 w.'l r Lit -I ..)tll ( . HA operators ; and. United ; :St;at- - . - the others the leeitorM-TJfe seems to be winning: it. r They iamiet ;.;r President Gompers;Mrcaled togetjfigril labor union heads of th tountry tfeake pset-,";l with regard to 1 'grave .darigel;;" Mch'boH labor and are 'affecting: the. very:iour'BI of its structure." In citingf . ins the contest between the' coal fniiigrsrbn 6h& 'V ' side, and the Government on . American Coal Mnersays L i j ' - ; ',y.i f " - - .!-." f" ''"t-t -i-.ii!.nriK. cleansing : While- hiun.(S 'nave-6l0d&tei -..Vv out a scar, mavfeeette - -scar.' will;standasT.ia::rw;r future warning." - ' T The reading article in The Lit.6.tt for this week -November 8thi of public opinion upon labor unrest in 'kfiih as expressed by journals representing all arigKs r r. T.- ''1:U l l ..j!a.1 J'-Jl' :"-Jiu-l 'silt " ."" cvci y wiici c. lit '.fitv I ..l.i- ' VIC w. ft; r; . ' . . . -orl i,r.-- -r d-n".-:--nf .-JIIWd p,i, ii 96 Pages---Many Cartoons and Other Illustrations " - Some of the Striking News Articles HdWBJNEVEN JUSTICE IS DEALT OUT IN OUR COURTS 'As -Impartial Snmmary of the Defects of 0ur Present Judicial System as Exposed by the Three Years' Investigation, of 'the Carnegie Foundation Thr College Cry for Funds The Men Behind the Labor Conference Rogman Law, Cheater Deah, Never a .Business ManKo ffiWhat t Jqok Chances )0Iie Red Ihreats Against America ()i The Knights' Soul Saving Methods Methodist Fund for Aged Ministers The Japanese in the United; States Where They Are Settled Their Social Organizations Students How Wages Have Increased t At I. ' .. - To Beat German Competition The Bouncing of Berger Can the Kaiser Come Back ? Beating the "H. C. L" in Boheiia Preparing for the Next War Health Campaign to Increase Chink's Population How Roosevelt Made His Body Strong How to Tell a Cow s Age German Opera Under Difficulties : 1 rmal rigures on American Air Victories and Casualties Why an Old Mexjcaff LaMemti. EaLtiniitn thex Argentuiis in Biienbs 3 . - 4ll BIG IMPROVEMENTS IN THIS WEEK'S "DIGEST" 11100 our first experiment a month ago in printing the "Digest" from typewritten copy and eliminating our typesetters, an innovation made necessary by their uncalled for "vacation," marked improvements have beens;made in the appearance of the publication each week.- Xhis .week's number, November 8, is particu- larly satisfactory. The type is larger and Iessifcrowded. the lines more evenly spaced, the broken appearance of the column margins has been rectified, the print is clearer, and withal most satisfactory resiilts achieved Buy this week's number and note its superiority over preceding issues. ,1, 4 v' Zwltf& if? ! n ,V4 i . Send 10 ents: for a Copy If You Can Not Buy It on the News-Stand w 1 ne iteraryLtest mwW . . mmW X. iV . ' 'jt 1 J k-..' ; FlJkAlXsSMPANY (Publisher of the Famoua-NEW.'Stk'ndar Dictionary) NEW YORK , vi?$;?jk . . Mv . i ' '' J' .L 1 Ml Mi 31 to. .J in. l!lt at .nti rift ( Jr 55' r !1 Hi It 11.1. 1 eoj cud it -fi a; Sf. Ifor! iW I3l vl I riSnstJ 90 itri an It n bant ! fwdf