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UCKM a R
CELEBRATES CUT
OFF 0PENIN6
Great Railroad Engineering
Feature Is Called (tie Ninth
Wonder ol tie World
C0ST£I2 MILLION 0GLUUIS
Wilkes-Karre. Pa. Nov J ?h
liwvernor Brumbaugh. President H
TruendaV of the Lackawai ' a and nu
merous other men from the state# of
Pennaylvanu. NYw York ami New
Jersey in atter-.uance the Vihol#on
cut off --f the f> L. 1 VV wo# opened,
the first tra-n* run over it hem* rpe
► cial# from Now York and Hoboken on
which rai road *ffkia’# and a number
of invited gue?t* rod** \ party
50 men fr«n: V\ kes-Barr* and Scran
ton were among the guest* '.aking
the tnp out to *h* .* * *n the Ho
hoker. #pe* a
«*ov Bru .* tiauK* irnve«i >crar
ton a* 12 U Or. th. big concrete
bridge at Nich.» href informal
program, was carried out and ad
iretae* were m.uie b> President
True#*tale .»rul tiov Brumbaugh
Tke Clt-Of.
The lowaawar.na iUt-*ff fu» at
tractrd the atte* t.on of railroad men
an«s th» pubio .* genera .• a. par*
of the country Because of :ts » r#
ami th« *b-'t.ci V* overcome .n t.- tor.
itructior t ha.- *(»r the name. '‘The
Ninth Wordier of tne \S r «:
The cu* •* ff • \ter i* from Park#
Summit. * Ha -tea* ■ distance* of
9 6 m. e* ,»n«i 6 m.ies n the
railroad* tracks between those two
town# The cut-off coat 112.000.0<X)
ami * doub.t tru. k*-d a the w#\
MINI K" H Vlk Ml I
\r THI MMNkF.Y MIM
Brax.-. 1 r.«i V>\ \\ The Mor.
*e>" Mine, be.or.gir g 'o the Clay
County Block » a ‘ «ate.; north
of Brax:.. .* • * Tne men’ offi
cial# of Ihstrut N.. )\ rdered the
mire c!o#eo per.d:r.g a .•e?tle,"ent of
gr.ova:ws* The >* p«r»> a# beee
pa;, t *h* :.!n*r» or r e run bas.s
The • rer» *a> »f?er *r.e ai 1- raided
a» mine ru" * .- -< tvenecj a d mar
keted w*teh - * vwitlMM o* the cus
tract
The *r. \er> r'*-r*s * * *n#
mine# orated i. *r*h • tne « A F I.
have petitioned the - .a* v * . * afige
the t • • of t.** ef- .i • * ej|T#
Bra* a* 41 J and ir
the evemr.g# #4\> • • ' •nn
jte* ♦ ar er w- •* . t g*-# *he ”.,n
**r» r.* .» • • • *r i* *ney
w*. , n *t * - *' • • • * * '
the w**v h a*e a ■»
TWO. ION BUILDING
NEW ADDITION TO
ITS COLORADO HOME
Uiiii Spuds More Money *o
RgtN Disease Than [fie
Sate o( Indiana
lnkbanapoti*. And. s \
Internationa. T>|Wfr
ha* taken step* to
to the I’nior F' t* •>
rmda Spring*. wh ch th«
tain* at a cost o' t
The genera! memt*'? * ■ "£
to an announce «'t .» »' ”»
temationa. beadquart. -*
adopted an amendment
the union, rurpa.v'fr
tax 5 cent* a month for »
The proceed* to be ra ?<
iran; ration amountir.fr t
000 a year w:’ be u.-»
the home and for -t# * .rt -
pianned to bu d •*’' 1
room* to the bu..- ’ *■'
infr the institution
More Than Indiana
Tr.e Intematiora
union sprnds or*
oid and tubercu'.-si* ' ...
than the ?*4te of Inu a*
the prevent.or a- %t .
.o*i< There ar** • * - • ’ ’ * •*
the union home m U »^
100 of which are 'uoe’n u *.« put.er.v
The home i* one of tr* kT-- ate*:
stitution* of t* * r.d
State* The gr -r.!* .»
are *pat;cu* and firry* ► r.•: . *? -
for the enjoyment a
union member* there * •>
The addition*! *upp"r* ' r *r* r
a a* decided by a gtrv-n
vote The result* of th* > *• na\*
neen canva**ri. .* a- *a *1 .»* **■*•
headquarter*. but .t * a * • i* *
proposition to increae* '• • a: ■ »
tav of *he member* a , arr •
i»wtm 11\ t> trim* r*»
TR\P L\H*>K * * F FlilAi
l Jevr ar.d, 0 h<' * \ »■ *•
nation vat injected ,r* » *" *•
machinist* »r,e a*. • ff — * »*
b) *om« gt*-0e!*e* f r V# ..... *
br.br <>rfar.srr ! uthr nger an B .»
ness Afrer.t Jack a* ••r*r.v»
the Moreland FF >
Jack went to *he h<'
trapping the prop - » * • r* hr; r
an offer of !•*"»■ *
out the >tr k* r* M a
in coaferri.ee a' - ■ .
iT'apr.e*! aK*y*
noth ng ha.f .» • i- * . • . - ■
»r.t«- Tie .w * t ♦' •
ther :nt. . *-pt k
Luthrr.frer * tr r .*• - •
infer- *d tre p .. a * .
ring And wher •* r -
•rene the thug- -* • ! , . a •
had Seer, be d rapt \*
that *ore Afrv*?. _
pf.A'J^r* A fo- . a
ATLANTIC SOUTHERN
RAILROAD TO BE
SOLD FOR JUNK
K Road Built By Farmers
aod Never Paid Oper
ating Expenses
ONCE RON BY STRIKERS
v . ... \ •. r*.
• ' \ ? ' .»' . Sr 'aA> ' UP awd
.4 • •! * \ tu' mV ard !ht\ a In*
A * * ‘ a •
. • 4»> •'. . !ht farm
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^ * . • a* t**-* * - *• - d * n ar.>
a* 1 • 1 * .4 • ■ ‘ • * a! 1 Ti
• -a • • \ !«♦ •> !l> \\
Ha’d.' K ■ -»■».** >* a d»’A ef
' d ; a- 1 ra. • ad • a:* * aiv for
ne that * ,. in
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t ”... • » r ► a r d -t a » I * ' *"d > r,
i a* -a . . * a*** a *p«tUi-.a;
t - •: 1 ► a.* * • . pr«»*f vf ?’• * n*‘,
- .4 • A a,. • ;* pa:d I <'r.di!.i-mii .pon
” » " f .r*.« * • * * r.t ad 1 f **' r. fa!
• * • ’ * ... ’ iwi i r. day ar.d
T-iT* ***rvf. •;•** heir.*, <!rung
a • *r Tt ..n*- ard • hift>. Fv*th
a.* ** rr>* .4' ! <■«'.p.>-ved
Tr. ■ - .a- ■ - p . •• , r;>
a It-' T’ . * '{a ► ..r.d •*■*> nrft
* ■» * * ; a - - fr n. *-rd It end arrived
a* ’•» *» •'a •• ■ r** * • ar. one
""-r ' ’■* •*'* trv~p * pt-*<>l hjr* for
*• I ft'd > e! a .T, f* p-'.Z**
Hud! b» f arm* r*
i ! r ** » a-, t ad *.i« I ji,‘ .A: ge
• ■ v- • ►* did the
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.
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f *3- • '* 4-*d r. *r. fa-r^er**
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•*’ - ’ * ' 1 a <i pt*’ a! .f ** * *
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‘t ' . K.t. ■ , A leta*.
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• • .1 • '•• M .re,
I telle M vhm M.nied h
And afie* \1- Hawley . death lea
ll» M .'haw . ft.1 TT.eyly wYir'.r) of the
treasury, tried buy the property at
receiver . .ale Mr -b , depo.ited
I(0,000 when the line *»« .niched
down to him at auction, but failed to
, come forward with the remainder at
the proper t,m. and hi. depo.,t . a.
connaraud. He ,, .til: fighting m the
I ■ ourt. to get hi. money hark
Two year. ago. after paaaing
through receiver .hip, the line wa. .old
1 »* auction and wa. purrhawd by the
Iftrm which had furnimhad the —_
tiea, the bid being the amount atil]
<!*• it. This firm operated the road
for eighteen month., lost money every
month and finally rlimed it down en
tirely.
NEW YORK DRESS- 1
MAKERS VOTED TO
GO ON GEN. STRIKE
- I
Women Demand (tie Eight Hour
Day with an Increase
nt Wages
N»-s% \ ■ r* Nov. if \ an i
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a > ar«' turr.r.: .* T: e r • - j
• a- \ -•. ed fin ire** f ** • E ** |
' :e * an* tied up \ j
a •• • * a*. ir.rl* a?v * ** ‘ ' i
-,r.R* -a an h to I \ a? ' Eia
I . - idwa • io*
• i
* >n. ; * and to Har * « .%*.* j
Mao..son avenue *.« ar Ilt>tn (
vs here speaker* * * • lades' ,
A'aiat pm Mai
a No 2* adore*.- the ■** t *:*. ^
n.» «:r m order \* - .r>i b\ j
e.i* » o:‘ n : hu » t • - - ’ ■ ave

a • • • ard an. -n < •* •' * pr
-i-.« when the hour ** ' - tr>
-*-k» rh< a^t i or. • • :*en*:
sT '.»r * ' »eek* » jen-ru
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4.‘ * ' • ru * t r. k *
!-• .»st ■ ak. : - took
f tag
k -p » • : i \ etory ' r ** • uniof.
> ••» th*n the employer* na\. u n
ha* k any of The eoroess. »n- aru The
sT* ’ • ra oond.t on* n *ra • ar* i«*
p ruble
The g:r'ask for u -’■ pr' *»■*• -i
r* a*» w u*f* - » i;n* * .r- -••a*!
and eleven Ev .r ;... *»hrd
. • Tr r** hoi'day». a year '* *h pay
and better working oor.d ! •
speaker* at t ..
* a b1 > ' .^** .*, ■ » p‘> - • * • • /
• • .r. Nla\ T • AhraE Ban ,r
Jaooh I'anken. \ htupn k-r and
•r.er • .k'U'n «*f th*- p »r • • *
yjhe £Uay
I ?-*•<* your Tort :.gton Vacuum
' r,r. - t* 4 a” mor** than satisfied
w •*. * «»• • 9 **.\ neighbors is now
- . tioni for thr Na
• • .i V w- - ‘ha* tie ran also jret
> • ; Mrs > V 1 .
V a rf. • \ J
!«►•• • \ *' i \* A - K.* aT.'i
I i -• 'ban With -ume.
Her* are • v* or** subscription* 1
1 v . *r»* to ” . • re.'..’ < r your b«»>k
i- 1 > an* * j*-t «*r.ot-*r ■ me for rnv j
Vn • V H I! .rTa \ ^
M .- ' i* * * ’■ -* * ’ ♦ Nat.of.a
a- r • . ><»ir ter»* s to b*>« ■
v *• a-* ' work at of,* #
A . W h
Her r* *.»•!■ f*»r for n<
• a- • r t-er? • • ir union sub
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Maf • othes 1 • »
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• « r< t for th» -*•
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• * ^ * * • k fr *h* Sa’i'itiu
th* h.ift*# r. ar.<J *i*!d him th *t
1 • • u «1 *hav* my** If
T*** h trt**r> novr to g*\ - 4h ^
Nat . a
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To- I
• i .lore i s, r. Acfk until j |
K I’ it , ,.. m I
!• . a»nt to hui *1 up a lit’
• > ImtintM your o«n. and make !
•nine rea1 n oney fur youmelve*.
\* *■’*»- to th< National Neat at once
If > iu »ant to uork aeveral houra on
>»* rda> reprewntin* thi» pa|ier, you
t- ■ akt • ve iiollara nr more Writ*
' ' par-.i o ar- at onn NATIONAL
Nh WS 4^> Itearborn St.. Chicago
111
Itetroit — Ware ach*duiei in th* dif
f*r*nt brnnrhe* vu di»ciia»*d at
Worth at th* convention of the •tatr 1
MOTHER!
Will You
Join the
Easier Housework
Club? -
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m-.- • to i»v» * . uuum «* eper tr »t Ooej »fjt ,t .» . •
THESE MACHINES ARE MODE! K
TORRINGTON VACS
Prrmium So. 13. Pnct i?.00
REAL \ ~
Combination \ ▼
Cleaners
and \
Sleepers '
0>e»e •arvderfuiiv effie.ent bttle maO ne» auck an .w-,. .
inchr* wide. Ihev we.gn lea* than never, poundi 4!,.j ’ .! '.
high Each haa a neat cave of beaulitullv f,?ur.", ' ‘“Lh**
fiiu*h. tnmm.nga heav.lv nickeled ®ver copp.t - -i . . ii-afv^rany
They not only remove the fine, trodden p ,
: :;..I , KEALLV
k, ve o rt. ar . ut the wm* I,me gently frcalien, uP the Il4p ,4 t:.c carpet
HERE IS THE PLAN' 7 ■ ■ ^ the
. .,, ■ I ornngton Sueeperi at the »ame
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NEW FACTORY BUILDINGS
i
Kokomo. Ind.—It is announced by
Apperson Bros. Automobile Company
that work on an addition to one of
their piar.t* ha* been started. This
will give the company an additional
laO.OuO square feet of flour space.
vh:ch i? necessitated by increased pro
duction caused by increased demand
for 1916 models. The Apperson com
pany completed in July, its officials
‘a!** its greatest business for u sin
g'e mon’h.
Duiuth. Minn.—The n* w piant of
the Minnesota Steel Company at Du
luth. Minn., will be completed and
r«a*:;. i t operations on November 1
B »*•- and blooms will be rolled at
t i * for shipment to the mills of
•r* I *.oi* Steel Company at Gary*
I’d ar.d South Chicago, where they
w be ’urned into bars and other fin
i ' in jfactureg of steel
. i. .a. Cal At a recent meet
•• V • • b .’g ,n the Sonoma \ alley
farmer* of the Sonoma
\ j • ■ ided to incorporate for
j • - *h« purpose «»f erecting
u i r • r ‘U that section to t»e op
• r i*» ’* The • ooperative plan The
• • puny .s. be known as the Sonoma
\ • > < act ing < o
Wa*hirgton. I> ( The largest
>rr»ject contemplated here m the erec
• *r • a gnat powder plant at Water
tre»* ir the foot of Thirteenth
tr*#» 4!hvu-nt. to rout about $1,490.
ami -upp the following govern
••*n» *•„: ling* with power, heat and
ight#- Treasury. State War and
Vi\ Agru ulture. PottoflVe. W hite
d i-ie. t'.njrt of flaim*. Bureau of
t gr..\ g and Printing, old ami new
M i* pa Building.-. National Mu
ieun Monument, I* i»h t 'onimiaiion,
Army Medical Muaeum. and several
annevea to the*c Plana have already
been announced and bid* will be
opened in the office of the Supervunng
Architect in the Treasury l depart
rnent on Novem ber IT.
Foreman, Ark.—A two-million-dol
lar cement plant, to be known as tha
Consumers' Cortland Cement Com
pany. will be built in thia city shortly.
The company was recently chartered
in Iielawmra. The officers ere as fol
lows: Albert Graff, Chicago, president;
Idfst ^ Bell, Chicago, virs-pr«sjd.nt
and treasurer, D. D. Johnson. Chi
eagu, secretary.
Oakland, Cal.—Several new fac
tories are now under construction in
Alameda county, among which are the
large steel fabricating plant of the
■ aliforma Steel Co., which is being
erected at First. Harrison and Second
streets. Oakland. This company is
going to handle bridge, building and
structural steel of all kinds, and ie
making all possible haste to complete
the installation of equipment. An
other new factory is that of the Ne
vada Mineral l'aint Co. at the cor
ner of tilth and I.inden streets.
>t .1 >. .eph. Mo Another story is
to Im added to the- plant of the West
ern I .di et Co The working force will
be increased from iUO to MOO persons.
Nemours. -K. I Hul'ont de Ne
mours A Co of lielaware have filed
incorporation paper* with the aecie
tar> of state of West Virginia. The
company will expend faOO.OOO in that
■late at once in purchasing land and
will build s powder factory at Ne
mours.
Traverse City, Mich.—P. W U»
burg of St. ljoui*. Mo , in the city
in the interests of a new ah** factory
which will be established here, as ths
business men have promised to fsr
mah the necessary funds. The plant
will hove an output of 700 pain daily.
Buffalo. Plena for a press build
ing. a pumphouse and a warehouse
were hied with the Bureau of Build
ing* this week by the Arrher-Dan
iela Linseed Co., which will locate its
plant on the Buffalo river. The total
coat of construction will be 947,200.
The buildings will bs of steel frame
work . which will be covered on tha
outside with plaster.
Mulford. Del.—The Baldwin l-oeo
aiotive Co. purchased four and ooe
half miles of property along the Del
aware bay shore, for the erection of
a new plant The site is 42 miles
aouth of Wilmington on the Penns,
railroad.
Alloa, III. -The Beall Broa.' tool
factory ha. announced the receipt at
an order for 100.UU0 doien shovels for
one of the warring powers of Kurope.
The order will require enlargements
of the plant and employment of satra
m*n.
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