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I 1 •'V-:•••ii^v .Ni -WV-' F.VEfeNO EDItiONl Conditions in Steel Workers Strike Improving, Say Employers. .' Chicago, Oct. 20.—Conditions In the steel mills of the Chicago district have improved to such an extent that today, beginning of the fifth week of the strike, production was on a basis of seventy-five per cent of normal, ac cording to company officials. Union officials while admitting that practically all of the plants were in partial operation said their reports showed that inexperienced workers were attempting unsuccessfully to fill, the places of .the veterans of the in dustry, who i-emain oh strike. The force of federal- troops sent1 to Gary two weeks, ago to take control and prevent disorder In connection with the strike, was still further re duced today. Colonel W. S. Mapes, commanding the federal troops believ ed that the situation had so Improved th.it he was justified in reducing his original* force of 1,600 until now only about 600 soldiers remain In the Gary wine. Little Chanse Reported. Pittsburgh, Oct. 20.—With both employers and union leaders marking time, the steel strike situation In the Pittsburgh district was practically un changed early today, the Initial day of the*fifth week of the walkout. AMERICANS VlSlTED LEPER COLONY IN RUSSIA RECENTLY Kishinev. Bot*ara.bIa, Sept 3, via Paris, Sept. 22.—'The lepers Of Broasa saw their first Americans, smoked their first American, cigars and re reived their first American shoes when two Red Cross men' visited their ancient colony recently." Broasa is a village, wes.t of Odessa which was for morlr. an important Russian medical renter for the care of leprosy. Major Charles "E. Spratt of New Tork'clty and Major Lionel D. Har gis of San Francisco, brought with them to Broasa a supply of food, clothing and medicine. The cry of "Unclean! Unclean!" which met them at the gate did not deter the Ameri cans, who introduced themselves to the aged nuns in attendance. In a few minutes egan the distribution of the American supplies from a Red Cross automobile. With nothing 'but their eyes show ing through slits in their all-envelop ing gowns, the lepers watched the proceedings at a respectful distance. Surgical dressings, antiseptic*, band ages. American canned goods, several dozen shirts, pajamas and suits of un derclothing with an assortment of shoes were spread before them. "Whlfeh are the men?" Major Spratt asked thp mother superior. A group of the shrouded figures moved forward. .' "Do you men smoke? he asked them through an interpreter. An eager chorus came from be neath the hoods. "Then here you are!. Light up! And Major Spratt passed around a bo* of Havanas of his own stock,. "And he*e'fi a ho# of Bucharest candy for the wometo," added Major Hargis. As the Americans left the colony, the inmates ran after them crying out their thanks. SLIGHTDTGESTIVE ATTACK SUFFERED BY THE PRESIDENT Washington. Oct. 20.—While rec ognizing that- even any slight inci dental ailment undoubtedly would have a tendency to, increase nervous ness and thereby to a certain extent retard recovery,. in White House cir cles today there was no indication that the slight digestive attack suffer ed yesterday-by President Wilson was the cause".of serious concern. In an nouncing the digestive trouble last night Rear Admiral Grayson, Mr. Wil son's .personal-- physician, said other wise the p.-esident's condition was un changed and ''indicated that the patient was piore _t^an holding his own.. It was pointed out in other quarters that digestive attacks are the rule rather than .the exception in cases in which'' persons jsuffer, -from nervous trouble. In addition it was regarded as natuj-al that in the. case of the president, lack iUY SE« Not Just ire*' KS •M. When yon bu/ .Glass—, pay enough for hr the carsfifl. wtj The dlissss we sell er* «ade -fren a formula based careful' eiamlnatlep ef eyes. Particular Care ts to every detail, aad they cost less than you might Imagine. .are •nKlntaif. 5 s: TnilitiHHPitniniiiliiititiiiitiitviiiniiimti V'V of exerciste would con tribute to digestive disorders and un less they ,persisteS or were severe, there was- little .cause to fear they would seriously- delay recovery from the major'indisp.oslfiion. OLD TENEMENT ROUSE CLOSED. Dublin Sept. 23:—(By Mall)—One of the features of Dublin life, the Iveagh lodging -house, has Just been closed permanently in consequence of a strike byVthe. charwomen and woiinen attendants. The institution was established by Lord Iveagh, the head of the brewing Arm of Guinness, at a cost of £55,000 and accommodat ed over five hundred lodgers of the poorest class. It was. ijpt run for prof it. In the strike, the premises were picketed, and prevented .from obtain ing supplies. The inmate's were scat tered among the already over-Crowd^ ed tenements of-Dublin, and many, of them Slept in~ the Phoenix park. Its closing-has caused great appre hension and a movement Is on foot to secure the re-openlng of the lodg ing'house before the winter. W s? include '-service, which- must be a part ef every pair of properly ma4e aad flt .ted lensM. til r- W: 'l!Sn .m ATTENTION, ALL YOU YOUNG FELLOWS, SCOTCH LASSIES WANT HUSBANDSI Tfce Scotch lassies and tbeir ohi|«W!. A party of Scotch girls—property chaperoned ot course—nas come to picture shows the hubby seekers on their arrival in New York, The Lillian GouTd. three sisters who are Maruraret, Nessie ert Aitken, chaperone. The main qualifications the. Such y*. No othef $cdan can equally disregard road conditions, weather and temperatures. None 1 rides with such comfort or drives with such ease aad 8afety. None meets such severe demands withpuf complaints or fulfills all formalities at sittall running cost. V. -. •.. The Franklin Sedan alone combines the Ideals of utility and economy. It alone is based on the practical principles of Light Weight cand Flexible construction. The Franklin Sedan is also the only sedan safe to use all-year in heat or cold. Direct Air Cooled, it has no water to boil or freeze. Wide Observation Windows together with two Wide Doors on either side allow unob structed riding view the V-shaped Slanting Wind shield affords broadest driving vision combined they give this sedan the most open outlook possible. The car is equally remarkable for OTHER FRANKLIN TYPES TOURING CAR Franklin mt- RDNABOOT—A1I tlw adnamm F0jUt-tA8?WQ^K. (ofmanee embodied In a Fttlj Stie, ol Franklin Li(ht weight Flerible FiT^-PaMeniwr Open Car. It it the OMiitrwtkm in a Two-PiMnser w»l»-" J** YWn har -•1 t'-' r' Grand HERALD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1919. America to search for hmribanda. ]ft to ri^lit they are: May 'Mclriroy, and Ellen Goldie Gladys Hutley and. In front," Mrs. Rob girls will ask aren't known. ROAiy nem far fa«fc Would Make Sinn •spFein Organisations •mt-- Illegal Institutions Dublin, Sept 24]— (By the Associat ed Press)—The general effect of^the government proclamations' suppress in the Sin Fein parliament and Sinn Jfeln organisations -throughout -Ire land, is to make, these organisations illegal. It will be an offense to hold a meeting of theses bodies in, the pro clamed areas ,or to publish reports of any such meetings. As these organisations declare their purpose to' be the overthrow of Brit ish ruler'in Ireland and the establish ment of an independent Irish repub lic, and as that purpose |has long been Illegal under the ordinary law, the proclamation merely, provides a ^speedier means for the trial of offend ers .-and a greater probability of ther conviction. They can now be tried by two resident magistrates instead of by the nsual petty sessions bench and there is in every ease an-appeal from the. decision to the county court Judge. The proclamation of publln, Tip perary. Limerick, Clare and Cork un der the fii-Bt section of the Crimes Act of 1887 has a different purpose. It is .Aimed at the discovery of of fenders who have escaped detection. ?It gives power to a resident magis trate to hear a. case and take evidence. -Witnesses can be examined on Oath and bound over to appear at the fu ture trial of whatever prisoner the evidence" implicates. The inquiries authorised by the new proclamation may. it is apparently 'expected, facilitate the collection' of 'conclusive evidence and lead to the arrest of offenders who' have escaped. The inquirers are to be held in secret. THE FRANKLIN SEDAN AT ION -WIDE demonstration of Franklin Sedan utility is daily converting motorists to the practicality o! enclosed car motor ing. But comparisons invariably prove that unrestricted usability an enclosed car is an exclusively Franklin quality. The result is an unprecedented popularity and a faster increasing sale for the Franklin Sedan than for any other fine car. 4 but a shorthand writer will be present and in case any prisoner is appre hended a copy of tht deposition* tak en is to he supplied to him before his trial. We will be pleased to show you how different this sedan is in performance from any car you may be familiar with, and you may choose the roads for a complete test The plan revives what was known in the eighties as. the "Star-chamber 15 N. Srd St its ease of access and seating convenience. The average Franklin owner's expense for this exceptional dependability and performance is indicated by: 20 miles to the gallon of gasoline 12,500 miles to the set of tires 50% slower yearly depreciation The FRANKLIN BROUGHAM dupli cates the sedan in performance but instead seats four. It is ideal for personal use. The front seats are aligned so the driver is not isolated from the companion passenger. In size, com fort and convenience, this car particularly meets the needs of small families and doctors. Auto Co. 210 N. Fourth St. No. Dakota to* •n i|%S L.k. i-i .U-' v'i V: Diamond Gifts Pearls Diamonds ^Sapphires We are showing an unusually fine line of aJl Platinum, Platinum on green Gold and all green Geld Brooches, Bar Pins and Rings. Made up in the latest designs—the dainty lacey effects so much ad mired by all. studded with fine blue Diamond, Pearls and Sapphires. We invite our friends and customers to see our assortment £. A. ArHart §L Co. Jewelers and Opticians HEAR SOUSA'S BAND, OOT. --i' mm* w&mjfmm i. ,v court" It was' unaer ^thls.syst|..v the inquiries were Re In-'' the capture andexecutlbh Phoenix park Murderers who op.'May 6, 1882, assassinated |h^ *ichletjsAcre^ tary, Lord Frederick CaveHdish, and nder the under secretary. Thomas Burke. P+ Grmnd Ma ..... in *•»& 8P :S' •Vv. vS gj'