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11 nrl fen ii 3 i J c 1 l 4 1; run a 5"" 1 1 a lsU:h are truncated Pfj,Rj "Thl-5 Is a Rep: 2 V I ".! men and wor 1 S 8 2t l! Our Prices for Saturday and I sfeekof December 11th OVERCOATS $15 $24-50 $24-50 Here's where you'll save $10.00 by crossing the tracks. These Coats are the latest ulsters in grey, brow" and the new light shades. SUITS The latest in 2-pants suits, m and. $17.50 vcun men cr DRESS PANTS QK WORK PANTS $1.39 DRESS shoks $6.00 and $7.00 alues $3.50 WORK SHOES (Standard) $1.98 UNION SUITS Heavy fleece Saturday and Monday only 98c 1! STRIKE FOR MORE PAY UNION SUITS j Heavv ribbed a $2 suit ft '$1.19 1 I MAX STIGUTZ 527-529 Hohman Street I'd J 3 i Desperately Poor, Their I' are of Rice and Tea is Cut Still Further lr Kilnra I.ce Daotcr (STAFF CORRESPONDENT I. N. SERVICE SUANOHAI, D-. Ten thousand rhl:i-o women employed In various :-.:iv filature, m Shang-haJ are strik ing f.-.r better rny and shorter hours of work. The workers, who at present work tiiflvc hours at a wage cf flirty-eight cents a day, are de-fiarding- a ten-hour day and an '" rt-asf. of fiv rents per day in thrir pay. I. rly this mcrr.bg more than one thous-.ind -workers, Including- ye-un r ii-is and oi l women, attempted to filter a number of filatures to enlist ''' sympathy of the workers, but a hurry fall from the employers Vrowjrht a detail of police, and the women were f rieh'ened away. Women Stng Parade Prior to the attempt to enter the f.'atures the strikers paraded through the Chinese city carryir.it ! anncrs. Th demonstrations were rdirly. Ei tho poll.-e did njt Inter fore. The banners which the women --ai-ried bore Ch!ies character? Leil as follows pub lb-an world. men should he equal. We ar-jz striking- for the in -omotion of morality and the pro tection of the rights of humanity:" The women are uneducated, des perately poor f,nd practically lead erle.is, so there is little hope of tlx-ir winning ihe strike. Out of it is Kfowing. however, tho first ef forts to form a guild of women ivn-lifis of China. Seeing- the u ondcrful Chinese silk and matins in the Shanghai silk stores - - roll after roll rain how loud, bro.-n, !.!. flow (red ,) striped, the tourist seldom thinks of the f-ufl'i-i-in,- and toil of the little slaves of China who helped pro duce the beautiful fabrics. Often before sunrise the squeak of the wheelbarrows on which the fl'nture worktrs are riding to work ten or twelve on one. wheelbar row pushed by one coolie is heard. The -women begin their long- day of tell at sunrise, relieving trie nigjit shift. Tiny Children Worlt The workers range from kiddies of ftv and six. whose little fing-ers; are blistered from the. work, to bent and wrinkled trrandmothers, who must toil if they would live. The women handle the baskets of s!!k ivornis, castlcj? the worms into -rent vats of boiling: water, and it is un to tbem to wind the silk from the s Ilk worm", and in doing- so their flr.cers and hands arc burned and scalded. Tiny babies lie at the feet of many cf the w-ornen. They are kept at their work.- so closely, however, that there is little time to care for their little onesr. The women ca-ry their teapots to and from the filatures and bow's of rice and chopsticks in their '-nncb basket?, although in a number of the filatures the women arc able to purchase hot riee. Just now rice is very expensive, and the bowls grow smaller and smaller. The rice and tea make up the midday meal of the workers. tomr F"rom Country The women come, to Shanghai from the country. . Many of them have accompanied 'their husbands, who r-re for the most part, 'ricksha cool let). I.awkers and street workers. ' The police have arrested six ot the. leadim-r womenln the strike anj are Holding: them in prison. Ac iotV,lnir to report, the strikebreak ers are poins araonj the strikers and telling- the women that their 'carters will be shot unless they go lack to work. To- School week closes in the East Chicago public schools today. ATTY. R. O. Graves has contrlb isted legal service in the defense of Walter sfcfrultz, a&ed 13, who shot end killed twelve year old Herman Wolf. FIREMAN H. CL. Boetel traveled to the city with Ills brother in law Henke, who met Harold Smith of the Stock Tards there In a flashy ten round bout last nl?ht. DR. K. J. DAVIS, president of the Men's Club of the Congregational church, announces there will be no more meetings of the organization until the first of the year. E. Chicago KARL t. XOR.RIS, Architect for the County Sanitarium, has gotten well under way with the preparation of his plans. CHARLES FICKTER. Republican City Chairman, announces that the meeting of precinct committeemen to have been held at Indiana Harbor tonlgrht has been called off. r.'0 you know what your school i doinct for your child's health? Go. TOTS deslg-ned and constructed by pupils of the fifth and sixth grades of the McKinley Junior high school en display in the windows of the T"Kenzie Hardward store. Hammond, Indiana pj w s.s.B.s.s.a.a.a.ti.s.Q.Fi.a.a.a a n a 3 i3.Ei.ii a a iv7 T TO 7170 It BEATS.. as it Sweeps as it Cleans ML 4 1 This Christmas gift will serve through a lifetime Make your Christmas gift a Hoover. Few gifts are so practical few gifts are so service, able, or last for such a length cf time. And, while The Hcover saves the time and labor of "her" whose task it is to keep the house clean, it brings to the whole family the pleasure and health of living on ever-clean rugs. Because The Hoover, you know, gently tests out from the very depths of rugs, all tramped-in, embedded, gritty dirt. The Hoover also sweeps up and suctions avoay all unsighdy clinging litter, and thoroughly deans and renovates by air. Let us show you how The Hoover combines the three essentials of thorough cleanliness. Sold on easy payments ' For the Baby Hoover, $5.00 Dowa, $S.C0 a Month Larger sizes, $6.25 Down," $6.00 a Month Edward C. Minas Co, This store is the only authorized dealer in Hammond, East Chi cago and Indiana Harbor. a E S .13 E3 S ES O G a B U J3 : 5i . S3 in" ;b 1 a R 3 3 ! - a i 3 B IS a IH ; a W3 k IT 3 a. E El J3 a. trim's A A 1 -vs. a. TP 1 iligii CD00 - E3 a 1 .3 E5. 4- censb 3d s& w er 9th i is a o 'Clock bB S3 Q Pa a Q v Hammond High Schoo Admission 3Sc B B BSQaiQaBBBflQBiBDaaaB 3 0 13 S3 SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Beknore Milk, large 1 A-can Calumet Baking Powd er. V2 lb. can for , 1 MONARCH COFFEE 3 pound package for 95c Mixed Nuts, per pound 29c Tomatoes, No. 2 can, OC. 2 for OC Smallest Army Store in the U. S. Smallest Prices in the U. S. 215 State St, 1st Door East of Post Office on North Side of Street iff D MONTE SEEDLESS RA1SINS U for -1 pound package 17c fc, sj Oval Pearl White Soap, A Monarch Sweet Peas, Of) p. filn per bar No. 2 can ll 111 MONARCH ROLLED OATS-package -Per 9c HEINZ BAKED BEANS Small can 9c 0, D. All Wool Shirta O. D. All Wool Pacts All Wool Sweaters , . All Wool Coat Sweaters U. S. Corduri Pants Army Underwear Wool Suits Army Breaches All Wool Race Coat Sweaters Wool Socks from . .$2.95 and $2.35 $2.75 Classic Soap, 10 bars 39 C for Fancy Blue Rose Rice, per pound 8c H GRANDMA'S WASHNG POWDER Large $4.79 h -1 package h C4 I' I W 1 $2.75 ij Per package 1 T J - it i $1.75 M ass !M 20c to 65c 8 RED X SPAGHETTI, MACARONI or EGG N00DLES- 16c I r3 P O OC Liver Sausage, Our Own Make, Fer Ih.. 15c Round or Sirloin Steak, 0r n r r pound H j BONELESS RIB ROLL Per 5 Pund 25c I SWIFT PREMIUM BACON Half or whole, per .$6.95 M M Pcund 25c Clear Ercok Butter, per lb. carton .... 49 c Chickens, Fresh Dress ed, per lb 36c j 28c Army Overcoats ,$2.75 to $5.00 Army Sheep Pelt Lined Molelun Coata, four pockets, leather bound pr oc Sheep Lined Vests. Three Pockets Leather' Rmm.rl "fi'o 14 i .11 ,t, i . . -r i S! A i Vvon Armv I. rive or ,!5 Vt "Uiuy emu navy uiaiiKCis, LJ., per red , , . . 'Jj i l U. S. Trench Shoes, new, !'.''..' .S2.R.1 M U U.S. Trench Shoes, reclaimed $2.25 Tj ' m "" ' " Artie One to Six Buckles M ' f I II f! ft n n$ 1 c;"::::::::::::::::::;:;;::::;;::;:::;S i I bariield lash Grocery & Market Sheep Skin Lmed Slippers 93c N r . i T-i t t nit $ utner l rungs 100 iumerous to iviennon p-1 ; f . .. . . . it i LEIMBACH & SCHROEDER, Props. Phone 2688 i ' n" M 'II I . 'ilitli (it 'ililiti'i I"!! nil ! .v -?7r-'; Mi ' . (ill ;!! i ii i! 'MM I M l If ) I Ml WM I ii i' i H f 11 I 1 1 I I IflllU I ' ' 1 1 ' I f ' 1 1 11, llI'lil(I;IH is ll U.l, t .1 I" I- I f I I'lll I if 1 1 I I llM'1' an. .1.1 ( Remember Yourself New Shoes for Christmas WHILE you are so busy choosing Christmas gifts for others don't forget that you too will want to look most attractive at holiday time. If you aren't actually going away for Christmas you will surely attend many festivities whicK are more or less dress occasions and of course you'll want attractive footwear. For Evening Functions J7VENLNG Shippers for the many dances that come at holiday 1 time are very important. And it isn't besVto wait until the very last minute when you are rushed with Christmas shopping to get them. Assortments are very attractive now. $7.00 others $5 and up Mill r's Bootery (Successor to Hellerman) 595 Hohman St., Hammond GEORGE MOSNEY, who has been In training aV the Great Lakes Aer ial Flying field this year, has return, ed to his home at Indiana Harbor until the season opens again next spring. "A trip through Filmland," wt'l be shown on the screen at the Lyric theatre Monday and Tuesday. The picture takes the audience through every step in the process of film making. LEONARD STANLEY, former mall carrier and co-partner in a hardware store on Olcott avenue. Is reported to be recovering rapidly at th Ver. cy hospital where he underwent an operation . GEOSGE, the Tailor, who has place fct 341 Guthrie strfet. found an injured carrier pigeon in distress at the Lake Front yesterday. The pigeon has a No. 6 on its leg, GeorSa Is seeking the owner. VIOLATION of the eighteenth amendment in the Twin Cities Is probab'y at it. lowest ebb since the act was entered on the national sta tutes as a law in 1318. This was most evident last month when only thirteen arrest, were made, tor this ofren se . .SHHHB. BOB! STB O BEDanBBGIESBBBHI ,h b b n w a im k b c y a a a j o cay cbc ft Sg? f m An Automobile of Praiseworthy Quality; PRICES Touring $1485 Coupe $1885 Sedan $1985 F. O. B. Detroit F. E. Bauer Motor Sales Oakley and Logan Phone 3350 Hammond, Indiana I B B B B S B B H DBilQQBBDiBDBCISI B B B B B BBaHBBBBBaaBBaJHBBBB iBBBBBBBiaaHQHBEStSEiraailBIlia a b 1' Christmas Pianos ONE FOR EVERY-ONE We have arranged to furnish instru ments for the new High School Band, and are now ready to provide for your boy or girl. . After thorough investigation we de cided on the famous Martin instruments, and now have them on display. Buy your child an instrument in order that he or she may join the band at once. By this simple act you may open up the way to many hours of pleasure for your child. Sold on easy monthly payments. 1 Your Player When you buy your Christmas Player, do not fail to consider the wonderful Straube instrument. Absolutely depend able and possessed of wonderful tone quality, this instrument is, in every sense, worthy of your con sideration. It has many distinc tive and exclusive features which we invite your attention to. See this wonderful instrument at our store. For Parents Our piano salesroom is filled with instruments all selected with the thought of pleasing those with varied tastes. Whatever your need in a piano, we can supply it from our great stock. Our terms are most rea sonable, with a small amount down and easy monthly payments. Select your instrument now for Christmas delivery. V 3AI TOI7 Of A MA i? TMSW T no 631 Hohman Street Hammond, Indiana STORE OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL XMAS Conkey and Garfield Sts. WE DELIVER n J. W. LEAKY, Proprietor . r "rT "in '