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Seae pie copies free REFUSE TO GO ON STRIKE SOUTH CHICAGO MEN DECIDE TO STAND FIRM. TIGHE'S MISSION IN VAIN Assistant Secretary of Amalgamated Association Finding His Effort Fruitless Revokes Charters of Chi cago Lodges—Other Developments in Strike Region. Chicago, Aug. 15.—There will be no strike by the employes of the steel mills of South Chicago. This point was settled last night when the men refused to reconsider the action taken Sunday when they decided to stand by their contracts with the mills and re fused to join the strikers. After they declined to reconsider last night, Assistant Secretary M. F. Tighe of the Amalgamated association, who came to Chicago with the intention of se curing a revocation of the action of Sunday, if possible, declared he re voked the charters of both lodges of the Amalgamated in the South Chica go mills and declared the men outside of the organization. The men greeted the announcement with laughter and cheers. By far the greater number of members of the two lodges had gone to work Instead of coming to last night’s meeting and only a handful were present. • Tighe made a long ad dress, asking tho men to help those in the east by quitting. Several speeches were made by local members of the association in reply, the gen eral trend being that the men consid ered themselves bound by contracts with the employers. A vote was taken on the question of reconsideration and by an overwhelming majority the men refused to re-open the question. Tighe then announced the charters of both lodges revoked. * Joliet Too Is Firm. The official announcement was made last night that a secret ballot of the Joliet Bteel workers was taken Sun day and resulted in a decision not to strike. Secretary Tighe has called a conference of the presidents of the four leading Amalgamated lodges at Joliet today. Both Sides Score. CO YEARS’ EXPERIENCE l Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Pittsburg, Aug. 15.—There were vic tories on both sides of the great steel strike yesterday, but they furnish no direct line on the ultimate result of the conflict. The strikers succeeded finally in forcing the National Tube works, at McKeesport, probably the largest individual plant in the United States of the steel corporation, to finally close down. On the other hand, the steel corporation re-opened the big Painter mill in this city and also re sumed operations with non-union men at the Crescent plant of the American Tin Plate company at Cleveland. Two mills were on at the Painter plant mills although one was broken down during the day, and according to the officials half the mills in the Crescent plant are moving. These plants make the fifth and sixth which the steel corporation succeeded in starting with non-union men, the others being at Wellsville, Hyde Park, Clarks and Lindsay and McCutcheon. There was a great labor demonstration ht Wheeling yesterday and President bnaffer made a stirring appeal to his followers to fight on In an interview he said that if the western lodges did not heed the final appeal of Assistant Secretary Tighe and come out they would be expelled from the Amalga mated association and their offers of financial assistance spurned. The general situation yesterday was briefly summarized as follows: The spread of the strike at Mc- Keesport and Wheeling brought the number of men who answered the final strike order to something over 20,000 and increased the total number of men rendered idle by the three or ders, to about 65,000. Many men drawn into the movement willingly or unwillingly will continue to accept other employment and the exact num ber now idle is problematical. The strikers are fully in control at McKees port, Wheeling. New Castle. iicl!n ,r e and at Mingo Junction and show some strength. The manufacturers hold South Chicago, Bay View. Joliet, Youngstown, Columbus. Klskiminetas Valley, the tin plant at Monessen and the Carnegie group. Of the last named property some doubt is ex pressed as to the lower union mill at Pittsburg. Desertions from the ranks of strikers were reported from Paint ers mill here and the Crescent plant at Cleveland. Both sld*s are satisfied with the progress of the strike. En couraged by the success in keeping the Monessen plant going and in open ing the plant in Cleveland, the officers of the American Tin Plate company are planning a resumption with non union men at other points. They will not say where the next move will be made, but say It will be made quickly. Strikers Back to Work. Wilkesbarre. Aug. 15.—Some 1,100, strikers employed at the Woodward mine of the Lackawanna company, who wept out two weeks ago because the officials of the company would not allow Um committee of the United Mine Workers to examine the working or union cards of the employes, re turned to work yesterday. Schwab Must Answer. Columbus, Aug. 15. —Secretary of State Laylin sent noth'* resterday to Charles H. Schwab of the United 1 States Steel corporation, calling at tention to the requirements of the laws of Ohio, asking a number of questions on how the concern does business in Ohio. Mu. Nation Hired by Trust. Atlantic City, N. J., Aug. 16.—Mrs. Carrie Nation has been engaged by the management of the steel company t.o give daily lectures for three weeks on temperance, woman's rights and saloon-smashing. It is reported that she is coming armed with a big supply of hatchets and that she Intends cleaning out some of the saloons and cafes here which are run “wide open” on Sundays. MANY BURN AND DROWN TERRIBLE DISASTER OVERTAKES MEN AT DESTRUCTION OF A CRIB. Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 15. —Five men were burned to death, four drowned, three or four suffocated and several injured as a result of a fire which de stroyed the temporary waterworks crib two miles off Cleveland harbor yesterday. The dead as far as is known are: Arthur Hasty, Mark Snyder, Arthur Hastings, Plummer Jones, John Martine. John Kowolsky, four unidentified men burned. The injured are: John Leese, O. Brad dock, Charles Smith, David Kelley. Still imprisoned in the tunnel and probably dead are: Victor Kauffman, John Enging and Adam Koot. Twenty-six men obeyed the order of Manager G. C. Vandeusen, when the flames broke out and took refuge in the water on floating pieces of wreck age. Four lost their hold upon their frail floats and sank just as help reached their comrades. The tug J. R. Sprankle heard the fire whistle blown from the crib and raced to the scene from the harbor. She picked up eighteen survivors. The crib is a total loss of $200,000. For digestive weakness, nervous ness, pains in the side, flatulence, dizziness, wakefulness, headache and other annoying accompaniments of HERBINE is a prompt and unequalled remedy. Price, 50 cents. For sale at Postoffice store. Georgorio Cortez was sentenced to fifty years imprisonment for killing a member of a Texas posse pursuing him. Extreme hot weather is a great tax upon the digestive power of babies; when puny and feeble they should be given a dose of WHITE’S CREAM VERMIFUGE. Price 25 cents. For sale at Postoffice store. William Snyder of Dublin, Ind., is the ninth member of his family to be declared insane. For mosquito bites, bites or stings of insects, animals or reptiles, apply BALLARD’S SNOW LINIMENT. It counteracts the poison in the wound, subdues the inflammation and heals the flesh. Price, 25 and 50 cents. For sale at Postoffice store. Poison used to kill grasshoppers in Nebraska destroyed birds and game also. p lump cheeks, flushed with the soft glow or health, and a pure com plexion makes all women beautiful. HERBINE imparts strength and vitality to the system, and the rosy hue of health to the cheeks. Price, 50 cents. For sale at Postofflce store. H. A. Sapp of Rice I,&ke. Wis., ended an old fuel by killing W. H. Coffin. Constipation, impaired digestion and a torpid liver, are the most com mon aliments that are responsible tor that tired, listless, fagger-out feel ing that makes the summer a dreaded period to so many people. HERBINE will cure constipation. It improves the digestion and arouses the liver to normal activity. Price, 60 cents. .For sale at Postofflce store. Joplin. Mo., was given >IO.OOO for a library by Carnegie. Piles are not only in. and of them selves very painful and annoying, but often greatly aggravate and even cause other grave and painful affec tions. and should, therefore not be neglected. TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is a great boon to sufferers as it will cure them. Price. 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. For sale at Postofflce store. The gold output In the Cripple Creek mines for July was >2.312.500. H(d * I / [ j osjk I am a farmer located n\ir Stony Brook, one of the most <i districts in this State, and was botln-red with malaria for years,, at so I could not work, and was always very constipated^^ wo- 1 ., . Hot years i had malaria so bad in the spring, when en y J P 1 ’* that I could do nothing but shake. I must have taken armu * UHYi oi quinine pills besides dozens of other remedies, but never obtafnfeu any permanent benefit. Last tall, in peach time, I most attack of chills and then commenced to take Ripans labules, Opo friend’s advice, and the first box made me all right and l nave no*r been without them since. 1 take one Tabule each nio ’TV n £>, l al *9 and sometimes when 1 feel more than usually exhausted take thresh a day. They have kept n.v stomach sweet, tnv bowels regular have not had the least touch of malaria nor splitting headache sitjjK i commenced using them. I know also that I sleep better and v/ak&Hp more refreshed than formerly. 1 don’t know how many compnws Ripans Tabules will help, but I do know thev will cure any one in Hu '.ondition 1 was and I would not be without them at any price. tonestly consider them the cheapest-priced medicine in the wor!d,w“ 'hoy ar* also the most beneficial and the most convenient to tjfc& I am twenty-seven years of age and have worked hard all my life, thfc same as most farmeis, both early and late and in all kinds of weathef, trA ! have never enjoyed such good health as I have since last fall; fti fact, my neighbors have all remarked my improved condition and have <aid, “ Sav, John, what are you doing to look so healthy ? " | ... .VIED -A raw of but health that U l HA NS will not benefit. 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