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V . TRIAL UP TODAY employed et a atrip mine «.bout two< miles Vrom Herrin a. strike break Ths mine had been opened during the strike of bituminous coal ■ nunere. In violation of an agreement ■ which had been entered Into hy the mine operators and union officials that no attempt would he made 1 o work while the walkout was In pro The mine was barricaded and armed with machine guns. The trouble started on Juns 91 when the union miners held a mas. meeting In a dense woods to decide 'what action to take to olo#« the rmlne. after proteete to the company officials had failed to get results. ^ Aj the meeting was In progress, s Struc'- guarded by three men with ta-s 'high powered rifles, loaded down ™ rwtth supplies for the men working 1;, - 'In the barricaded mine, roared down the road passed ths union meeting. Miners claimed that no effort was made to molest the truck. Themen on the truck declared shot* ^vere fired at them from the miner« meet ,*ng and they returned ths lira Two miners In the crowd were killed, No one on the truck was hurt. Incensed by the killing of striker * the mob surrounded the strip mine Forty-eight Men, Charged With Murder, Will Be Tried » ■ MARION. Ills.. Nor. 8.—(United Press'».—Forty-eight men. charged Wlth murder Incon, ^« vrif h ^e Herrin str.p m ne massacre June, were scheduled to go on trial here today. On the outcome of the trial will . hang the fate of seventy-seven men, who were indicted by the gmnd Jury which investigated ths kllllnge, ' Careful preparations were made to guard the court against any demon stration by the friends of the sc : cused. as feeling Is running high In •this min.ng community «gslnri Ch.; ' rr ^T CUl0 " - .. . 4 «.e At The prosecution Is in char«« of At tomey Delo m by ney General ^ of assistant, from th.attcbefore etals office in Sprlngfleld^ Atto ney, hired hythsUnlt«dMtoeWo r lt ers of America will have charge of FEELING RUNS HIGH AS COURTROOM OPENS Circuit Judge Hart the defense, well will preside. Twenty-three men were killed In tho massacre on July 2t All were ' rai After an all night vigil the strike breakers led by Superintendent Mc Dowell. a cripple, left the mine un der a flag of truce, expecting a safe conduct to a railroad station. m Th» »trike eymp»tMrers. nfl*r r œ *SOCOCOCOCOOCOÖOCOOOOOOOOOOOOC< OCOCOOQ OO OG O OOOC O OOOOCOOOOOOQOOOO^OOOOCOSOOOOOCCOCOSOOOC r : ■ V K ' ; V DANCE, DINE AND BE MERRY s 1 a i rS a S: il S «S s MEFT YOUR FRIENDS S K s 8 : K IN THE I I JAPANESE WISTERIA GARDEN ü 8 S S 8 r. S s S 8 8 Monday, Wednesday and Saturday Evenings From 9.00 o'Clock to Closing s S s First-Class Cuisine s Refined Entertainment Cover Charge 50c 8 6-Piece Orchestra S 8 8 S S !.. s 8 § LAMBROS CAFE § s ■j Second Floor 837 MARKET STREET [ Saturday , November 11th, <( A Night in Japan . Souvenir to Ladies » i — MEXICO NEW HOME OF MENNONTTESlj: HU, PASO, Texas, Nov. * (TTnlted -The greatest religious «ml Pro«) »ration since Moees led his follow^ out of Egypt, and 1 hears some resemblance to the an cient biblical event, Is being car ried on by members of the Men nonlte religious sect In Canada, who moving from the Dominion RirOFWT CALF ROHN. vrnvnnF VVla (United Press).— T> « birth of a 117-oound Holstein# Oeorire Koehner farm «« commpnt , n 3 !ve g tock circles of Wls cong , n Thp hIrth of a B0 ] ar g 0 according to livestock authorlttea who Bajr t j, a t the aver A blrth u t,,ally weighs 7B t0 g0 po^gg, The calf Is _ ormaI ' . . . i ■ 1 ■ .1 ■ ■■■■ ... ■■ "-xx : _ _ . _ _ oortlng «i.jtrOc. brokers down the road a «fhort distance, °P the prisoners. The mei j "run for It" aoroea a Held and ee the> fled for their lives, they were mow ed down hy Are from the mo rank«. Local authorities showed Wttie oe sire to prosecute the guilty. coroner's jury, plainly composed 01 union sympathisers returned a \"r diet blaming the employers who at templed to operate Che mines for the slayings. A widespread movement among ( chambers of commerce and other business organizations to force a prosecution, resulted In Attorney General Brundage assuming charge of the Investigation. A grand Jury was summoned and the Indictments fol lowed. All of the seventy-esven men In dicted have been arrested with the exception of a halt dozen who are supposed to have fled the country. t hat one are now their new homes In Mexico. The movement of the Mennonltes Is the outgrowth of trouble with the Canadian Government during the world war, over refusal of members | of t he sect to participate In the world wax. due to religious objeo *UU° Ä? whpn , hp draft law was put Into , n Canada , , t «used wlde spread dissatisfaction among the M , t B d tJle}r baga n to look Msnnonn —, r . for a ptace »h'P ««»T O«"» According to their own customs. £ ftPr a . *. fh p f a targe tract of land An th« stats of Chihuahua northsrn Mexico,^that nPWly '„ fah lished, was campaigning for foreign agricultural P ^ , welcomad th o thrifty • ^ 1frranta . They were glv pn valuable lend concessions and the first band of Men nonUr8 arrive a, , h e Mexican Oov enjm(<nt heA fiPWI1K6 system, and stree , s anrt drilled. Hon«?>nooners Abroad Edna Maddened By Paris Life By Zoo Berkley "Do you heier?" Edna shook him gently, annoyed that he did not re assure her about the good time, the buslness-leos time, they should- have In Paris. Of all places. Parle. "Promise mo. Jack, you'll forget Cousins just a few days?" But Jack's «egorncos to be up and after Couslna, his keyed-up nerves and hie anxiety to make good with hie company kept him from making the reply Edna wanted. "Do my best, Eddy. but you know—" Abruptly she turned away from him, her lips pressed Into angry thinness. "All right, Jaok—" her voice was pitched low, but Jack was feeling her to be unreasonably Insistent .and disregarded the danger signal, "all right; but X don't think you are treating me fairly." "I think I am; I'm doing It ell for you." It woo In this mood that they met the Paris express the Stanleys, a handsome, youngish couple, Amer ican In pep end daring, continental In sophistication, tlousness. They had no visible occupation In life except an time—-money no objeot. They struck up an easy acquain tance with the Duryeae In the din ing oar and In the Durywas' eased mood were rather welcomed I than otherwise. Mark Stanley, handsome, with prematurely gray hair and rosy fao« devoted himself at once to Edna and knew how. Nelta Stanley, rav en-haU-ed and spectacularly at tractive, made Jaok dance attsnd ance. Edna was at first frightened, then amazed, for Instead of finding mare amusement In Nella Stanley's bland Ishments. Jaok seemed to taka her seriously. She ended by feeling real anger and. to her own surpris«, a désirs to punish him. Her weapon wfia at han<J The hysterical qtoellty of Edna's animation wan not noticed hy either of thft men It waB #nough for M ft rk Stanley t j,, t a pretty woman listened sppre datively, smiled, and looked with pparlc | f71)t pypa ln to h ,„ It was enough for Jack thet his ^fe waB oapnh ie of flirting with e slran(rBr her provocation and the 7e j, r |u t y 0 j bpr gutter escaping him Bj , the t)me tbe t wo oouples had reached Paris they wars oalitng one anot her by their first names end decided to stop at the same hotel. OM French In fllrta Internatlonsd good har- 1 ■When the train pulled In, Edna's pulse, were beating high. Paris—her lifelong dream! And here It was. as Inexpressibly charm ing. ae light in Its touch of wicked ness. as frank, as dazxilngly alluring as the most enthusiastic picture of It ever drawn. She grew heady with the life of exqutalte cookery, the charm of an «'/ru crooked streets, ths splendor •* the Rue de la Paix. »oaroely «aw Jack. She went everywhere with the Stanley», On the third day Jack said: London. Eddy—I ye got to go— I 3RÊ av I** m & 1 H ,1 rj Edna grew bendy with the Ufa of gaiety. eltartli the boulevards, the oafes, ths effopt ta™ gaiety, the Paris of dress and RASH ON FACE FOR 11 YEARS Developed Into Pimples. Cutkura Healed. "My trouble started an a rash •n my face which later developed Into large, rod that festered over 1 washed pimples would turn very red and burn, and my face was disfigured. The trouble lasted Obout two years. 1 began using Cut leurs Soap and Ointment and after using three cakes of Cutlcura Soap and one box of Ointment I was healed." (Signed) Miss Me Mullen, Box 544, McKeesport, Make Cutlctua Soap, Ointment and Talcum y our dally toilet preparations. I—fi« l*eh ymtyfcfl. A d t lr w i «ratoTtg*. DiA IL Utlém O. Mm " Boldrri^. Bocpik OtrtmuBt 28 and Mr.Tucom 28c, Soap iktvft without mug. pimptas . Wnen •» faca the Pa. Hi finish this business." Edna's breath came quickly, but she anmeesed steadily enough; "All right, J»«k. rm going to ■lay here." Tbs Stanleys «changea a quick, ' stealthy glance of triumph. (To Be Continued) (Copyright, 1922. NBA Seryloo) FONG SKIRTS TO STAY ci i urn ■«ctrwiomr' SAYS MODISTE CHICAGO. Nov. 8 (United Press). —The long skirt Is here to stay, ac cording to Mme Alla Ripley. Chi cago's foremost modiste. Commenting on the protest of dean of women of leading universities that the lengthy gowns were ruin ing the physique of the co-eds, Mme. Ripley declared there was little prospect of the short skirt retum you flapper ^ Frisky—dapper Gay as the skies above 'em! Jazz? They eat it! Razz? Can't beat it! And Chiclets— • say they , -I sj R \ Î i « eim love V Iciefe ÉI FWTHKMTNT (Yellow boar) SPEARMINT (Green boar) rotn-FRurn (Pink bold 10 for 5c A merican Chfcls Os* K the delickm# candy coated chewing gum ln». , . . .. , , , but we can look for the long skirt ' f "^"V° contlmle over * n 8Xtend6<1 period. Young girls, If they do not go to extremes, will not suffer physloally from the present style«, Mme. Rip wear now 18 from 8 t0 7 lnohefl £rom ">• • roun<v ' sh# «pi«!»*«. styles allow groat leeway, so that any figure or type may bo surs to And something suitable." Fashions, Mme. Rlply said, were governed by «economic laws, rather than the rules of the dress makers, 'The reign of the short skirt was only for a few seasons," she said "All or wishes of reformers. "The styles are set by tho people who spend the most money for gowns," she eald. "The women who spend the most for clothes, are the middle-aged the socially active woman The very young, flapper type, haven't the money to spend and ths elderly do not care to buy any greater number of gowns. "As a general rule, the creations which beet please and suit the mid dle-aged woman, will be the style The type of woman to whom I refer, appears at her best In the long skirt, and I do not expect It to be dis carded tor a long time." matron; w * 10 * lave money. f Bums and bruises? MENTHOLATUM Spools and heals .^ FRIENDS TALK OF BIO CHANS': t Feeling Fine Since Plant « Juice Relieved Stomach and Nervousness WALKED FLOOR TO BASE HIS SUFFERING « "Since 1 have taken Plant Juice the change in me is so noticeable that all my friends are talking about * It." declared Mr. L. P. Sprecher, of 228 "West Second atreet. Hummel - town. Pa., a well known stone mn- * son, In a recent conversation with The Plant Juice Man. « mg \ >. V, 4 - r ;• : ■ m f ■ k ■ L. P. SPRECHER *T had Indigestion and my stom ach was In -terrible condition," Mr. Sprecher continued. '(Nearly every thing I ate fermented in my stom ach. causing gas to form and re sulting In a heavy, miserable feel ing. Even a bite of an apple would cause this trouble to oome on me together with bad pain. I was con stipated and had to t&k» pills con tinually. My kidneys did not work .right, I was awfully nervous and sometimes got up out of bed at night and walked the floor. If they had tied me In bed during one of those nervous spells 1 actually bellevs I would have died. 'T have taken five bottles of your Plant Juice now and it has rellsve l ms of all these ailments and besides, X have gained 16 pounds. My bowels . are regular as a clock. J have a flne appetite and do not hesitate to eat anything because I do not suffer * from gas or pains anymore. My liver and kidney» work flna The nerv ousness bos left me and I go to bed ' and sleep soundly all night long. My strength has returned and I feel like I wouldn't over have to take * any more m«dlolne." Plant Jutes Is sold In XVlhnlng- . ton at The Miller drug store, 404-, 408 Market street; In New Castle hy E. Challenger and Son: In Newport , by C. B. "White; In Newark by W. E. Brown,—Adv.