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n-M ,(rT-. ..Urr tVtaWr V. 1*1*. »« r««t »’■« »' CUnia IIIHiti-i aHr- tkr act •/ Marrk S> >*"*■ ntirt-rataa aaa Aalar a r*ar Fifty *«• aix m. ntha Ir CkvA |U0 a yaar »»* * “ck CAK1 E. F EASON. Editor and PublnSrr Pakltakad rrrry ward at mJ tnut raarbom St, Chicago, Illinoia. *1 SIITE TfflOfi IT MU5HME. H (Cotvswa* ^im )«ir* 1242 Amur+am t'inuM. ' irH, dm of li* imo %'iu **%* m»*wi *cu hero. H« «4f kiinit*iM i» fit -umy HoipiUL ea V«OMMlu twtnirv am diod Ntc&T’iuy ui»t **nM IMfflID v&i (•"Ull t* hv iu-»« »i dooth M ^niwr*cm. ivwr»ri, t.ui ther* wtrt a i umno' *» iru»«o u»vui ^4 w>f • xk « yu . inm■’ 4iu h? bolifvco tho: aj n“»»iinni:un p n order. A number sC ioniiii juirh-^: n the vicinity of Ssu'ct A s.:t «.'«■ power house «••••'» dx n fur*ie: non ere housed. du*Jg ix rucu ton* John Maughs.* win !•» ».uau ir mounted men. d-spe-seu Jxm. The police department j .•yenjeu-ig oil automobi es to pxrt s-mg tax curb instead of Nsca -g -xec tae street car tracks on P'sXX >:uart This, it is believed. ecu.’ix tax department to handle to setter SCI' tage the crowds ;r. rase of at sttacs on the street cars. There was *-* conaiderub e criticism rvai.ve to roj tng off the Square a d preve-vrg pe-r ple from puss.ng through the etc ce ure and as a reault it was dec.oed to remove the rope. Special Ottrer Reaigaa. Simon Abraham, a special off.ee: •worn in by Mayor koaek and as signed to the duty of protecting trac tion company property at the South Wilkes Barre power plant, resigned his post. Mr Abraham declares he does not lika the work and has been promised a different assignment when the present trouble is over. A Heights car came ta from one of ■ta runs with a number of windows smashed, and at the lime it drew into the Square there were no officers at the spot. A passerby called out "scab" to the imported crew, with the reault that the strikebraakar engaged in an argument with him This drew a crowd of man ta the area*, who started calling them names, with the reault that the crew closed the doors and withdrew to more apparent safttv inaide the car. Ia a moment the scene of trouble shifted to two men standing inside the Square at the corner of East Mar ket street, who were accused by the crowd of being atnkehreavers One man told them he had seen them op erating on the Harvey's lake line The men stoutly denied the charge and called upon the two men to iden lify themselves. They did not do this very satisfactorily and whatever was due to happer was presented by three policemen, who came from the other side •< the Square. In PaUca Chart. I he flying niuadron, the newly-oi j ganued hudy of which Chief Robert# 1 is the commander, made eight ar rest* The other member* of th« ) "ajuadron' are I'att-olmen Jacob*. > Rinehart and Mangas William Kdward* of ill I’arrwh •treet. and Richard Kva of U7 Me Lean street were charged with throw mg stone* through car window* Ai detman Gibb* held each in |,V»0 ba, for court Jan.e* Jones of Sugar Notch, and W, T Jones of lid lkai*ry lane were charged with -hrow ir.g •tore* through window* of a Care, ave je *r Fa* h wa* h-ed flu and cneta Jacob Solomon, sgevi i" 0f 3m > Church street wa* arrested by l‘a troimar Mar.gan, afte * ra-d cla*. of srveraJ block* He was fined *10 • and costa George Nagle, l.‘_ Hoi larid *treet. and Thomas Whitehou^ were arrested because they tune.! u move on when ordered by office'* F-ach wa* br.ed $ J 30 and cost* Five boy. from the W.lkespa . Lace Mill* in Nor’h W i.*e» he were arraignec) hrfore klde t.ibba charged w nh throwing ,u>i,. at passing street car* Chief of 1 'ice Robert* and Patrolman Reir.ha' appealed again**, them One t»y Mlll he threw a *?one but it went over the car and did not hit It The other four ! denied under oath that they threw »n, i m»**ii** whatever Sway aw RaOa. Ti a* t>on company employe* disco ered th.at the rad* of the itreet ca; track* on the Georgetown line or, Hill fide itreet were smeared with miner*' snap *ome time during the sight N . car* are being run on that line. A crowd at Highe* itreet. Wyo ming. *ma*hrd the window* sf a car and despite the efforts of Burge** Jnahua Williams, who appealed to the rioter*, he wa* unable to restrain them S. one of the car* passed Walnut itreet one of the member* of the crew bred a bullet into the crowd, but for tunately no one was struck The con ductor of soothe- ear was alleged to yav» -i-rd two shot* r to the crowd a'. M Lsvgh Valley rai.roa.i crossing it T irvt f Mirth. y ^-ats held up a street car a! ore >t 2< cmwaingt in I.uierne boroug! un * crowd of boy * provided with •: .;n«fw> >fgan to demolish ti < ear a nu .-majf-abe da -age !»*f.'rv they v»-ot rauwrwd. t Vuv.A\se st-cct ear backed i-.-> ut ka'oo-oOde cm red ar.d driver, by onvi *fhse of Ashley, at the coi j«r if Surrey ard Hanover streets i _i* auto with Mr ylailagher was lh«s S_!ey of the deal poor board VI- .rougher * car was .‘wed ign-ts: a ;:tney. the '.alter or. its way ru r'yrasoath. The jitney wedg. ig-».'St a telegraph jure a- for a : *e there was no end of ev t. er* Tw; w-ortea m the jitr.ey woo tak* • vo •_*< doctor's oifi.ee for treatment street Car Went lo Plymouth .v-e of the crews in charge »-f ■> Nav.coke street car stead of tv.as .rg the t.rn at the cvrner of Parr. . ard Ha-over s'nrt* w th ore . f th. ca-s. continued over Hanover a-i went ail the way to Plym. It was th« first .ar that pass..: through the town since the strisv Vkher. the .ar returned the tro <> pe e became entangled with the trv ley and the lire was torn down Th. car was stoned and the crew desrrte.1 it. The traction company say whs' the car reached the Carey aveiiu. bridge the crew telephoned the .w pary’s ..(five and an auto was **-!-■ the scene. Sympathisers demolished the coir, pany's station at Summit, nea: th. Country Club. The sm-.ll building wa. removed from its foundation ard va ried to the tracks, while stumps of tree* and other obstacles were thr. ar. across the rails Mine » ar ken>. Local 1432, United Mine ktoike'. of Ashley, held a meeting last nigh and passed resolutions instructing its members ar.d their families not to ride 0 nthe street cars until the strike is settled Members of the Parrish local unior of the t’luted Mine Worke* < *»t Plyr outh adopted a resolution ndor»ir.^ the itnke of the itreet car men Ar i stipulating that ar.\ member of th* local guilty of riding m car* or a* •litmg *tnkebreaker* b*' f*ned $;0 Indor**men? of the »*..;ke ha# been given by the Centra! I ab*>r In ion of Scranton, ar.d has a ed jpon the* bodies in VI like* Bar re. Nant;coke Pitt#ton and Plyr. >^th to co • pera*» with the striking ” »■* It a a# d* ci ; ed to extend moral ai d r.a: cia! »uj port to the loca! itr.ker# \ con mittee hawrg a* member» >>•.«» M Donald. Michael J •VT****!*- and K . ddph Kir«chn*r. a.** *pj., -,d * tempt to bnr.g about % #r" »■- ■ • • to in ten* em #h** ’ * ** . • Merrhant* t«*i*t striker* Subscription lut* i:. »;"k- , Idled Sy member* ; the -t: * •treet cat met. an.. • . • ", r*' ■ atd businer* m**ii / • ■. a** ■ for donation, t union, and aro j ■ g *,; -•.,•• official* of the .ro- •- . , being »ub*cr,hed ' *J> ■h*r-* hai* .).,-*te.] tj •he member* f the ,n *.•* .,•,, r.ed aith "he ,uc.e». •*. , are a.*;, ing m thi* direrti." i o |i • > ^. ’ ai*ed in one d»y Th* ,•**» an * ■ .* j „■ a. • 1‘ ten point • - a- ■ - ■ i>f general *yn,path> * ■>, •h... .. . rhe union men tt. n .. ■ •« dr;. Molenee ar.d ha.e ^t . ; ag :he .*e ,,f force j... , „ • me. md ir.fo*n . t* •bat a striae . *.»• !M IbMTI PUNTVR- vft| 1 <M Kf ll nl | Cincinnati. O., Nov •• \\ ■ A unitwi p*iM*r* \ their employer, here ' - low,- a ttr r. fuaal of a number of pa ■.•*•. on job* on which non union glau. ■* Were employed The lock out *rnee ovet a dupute between union painter* and employ er* in rrgard to work done by non union glazier*. Strike* of union painter* were called at several place* where the glazier* went to work on job* with union painte-ra Attorney* •epreaenting the employer* in*i»ted that the painter* return to work claiming that the agreement betwoei employer and union stated that con troverue* should be art tied by arbi (ration When the painter* refuse, to relam to week the employer* 4* tided to lock out all pahtlara ou a job* and the order for tk* loch mi scat Into effort at noon Saturday ______ DOUGLAS COUNTY Charged With the Murder ol Dr. Lester in the Hogback Battle SIXTY-FIVE CASES ON DOCKET Denison of the Denver d.strict court, n the * urtivo** at Gastle K*xk. s»*t t: ■ Uu> for beginning the trials of tht numbers of the I’nitcd Mine Workers of America chargt-d with tht alleged murder of Dr P P I «et« : it. the so cal ltd Hogback battle n»a WalscT.bu’ g. Huerfano county, or. April 1^14, for Monday. January o. 1*1* These are the cases that were or dt t*d taken away from Judge Granby H >»r. !h.- . \ G L A* I attor* «> w was elevated to tin* bench by G.trison. whtn a subservient legida ture created a r.ew judicial district -»» as to have a new judge to he.j clear the diX’ktt. so it was said. 1* may be remembered that the suprenu cur* po’.te’y bu* hr*' y informed Hi.Iyer that he must keep his hands o-r all further cases in his district that have grown out of st-ike trou bies m southern l’dorado Just a sort f a nuld intimation that the defendants would get a square deal at the hands of a judge other than the erstwhile gentleman from Prowers Judge (teniaon. There was ijuite a large number of people present when Judge Denison er t. red his order setting the date Deputy Attorney Generals chiles and Weft represented the state, while Ed ward P Costigan looked out for the interests of the accused. The case is numbered ’.Hi, on the Hrf.i’ ■’ u*’) • *!- * • ourt dx*ke* and tr.e defendant* named therein are Fred Garcia. Enock Muir, James O’Neil. Arthur Quinn. Mik- Savage Arthur Wooten and William Wc* *er It wa* given rut by the attorney gr: eral's representatives that .t was u *•- pr *bab> tha* \r*vur and W iam. Wooten would not be tried, as the alleged evidence against ’hern it even more flimsy than usual Ghange of Venae Judge Denison, it will be .en en tered. granted the change . f venue a*ked by the defense when hr wa* called *•> the *nvK * W*a.*er : „rg Hr a ■ eo that th»-*v w %* r * pr\M pe< ' of seC-SfTg u' l" pa t .*1 . .r. *he a w .< f h arr \r d *ne i corporations It was my necessary to remembe* what happened ;n la* Amm.a* to I aw* «« a-d Zar.c:-e i The attf’r.ey* ' the deftr*#- *rr er •* • 1 w th P a* u* ty as the place *o make the flght for thr.r client*. It is a farming com m-r .tv t* i (populated by er ig' ter.e-i a d fair v "d*d evident* MHCOMT HAS BEST EQUIPPED WORCESTER PIANT Federal Bureau of Animal Industry and General Office at Works Worcester, Mass Nov. 1$. The new branch of Armour X Co at 217 219 Summer street is cons dcred the best equipped plant of ts kind in the country. The build ng has a ground ana of 12.000 squatc feet and s built of brick and concrete. Three coolers, one of them equipped with the latest construction for ?an ;tary storage for sweet pukltd meats. hu\e b*-**-. placed ;n th<* basement At one side of the basement are the 1 smokehouse* fin- pit>. and oppos.te them e ght cone rote vats for the wash ir.g of pickled meats be*fori they ar* smoked A dressing room ar i shower bath for employes a big engine room and a refreigvratmg plant h . jpy th* re der of the basement Show Itnom rh. street floor of the new building s devoted to the show root:, prov: sion room, sh.ppmg r*« m, manager's office and a huge beef cooler with a capacity for UK) cattle and 4i*U lamb? tienera! office? and the office f the Tederal Bureau of \ a! Industry, wn.ch w: ' be stationed at *he plant, ocv ups the second floor The general storage plant - Hated • *n the third floor. where there ar* both warm and cold r nmis. A food fair is to be held on this floor for the benefit of those wh■» v sit the new building The most modern sausage factory in the East ;* to be found on the fourth floor, where cutting and grind ing machines, stuff*, r* and various I other appTar.ce? have been erected The equipment include? a sausag* cooker, a revolving gas oven and thre* coolers. The walls of the sausage factory are if white enameled t»'e and the floor .* of red ti e. Kit H iiRE KOI NO U THE H%LI \ \\ MINK To: opah Nev . Nov 17 I he dis • ►very »>f r .h >re at a dep*h of 1.200 'eet • the Ha fax m.ne has instilled «ew .f* r.to the Ton opah dittrir* 7 he d *< >ver> was tr.ade near the cen vr f "r Ha fax group, southeast of ' ’ * *r.af* ad opr ns ar. mmense area * s rg g-.fund The oft body has not :<•**-• ;e\e op»d sufficiently to es tab ;ts i mentions. but ore. aver Ag * g 4 . • > |A0 per toe. i§ being broke- 4tru»* a width of nine feet Va - ns.st f About two-third? ? \ *■ * *• 1 ►* e-third go' 1 Panama-Pacific Exposition ». ose l»ecember 4. os planned. in sp.te f arguments from many enthusiast that t remain open So if you wan* to • y >j*U have to hurry A F. Of L NOW III SESSION 11SM FRANCISCO. CAL Delegates to Convention in Dig Parade Ttirough the City's Streets TWO UNIONS TO AMAL6AMATE San Francisco. Fal , Nov. 16.— labor's host* turned out yesterday to do honor to Samuil Gompers, pres ident of the American Federation of labor, and the visiting delegates to the annual convent.on now in session here. As a titling tribute to the dlstin guisbed visitors local trade unionists to the numbei of many hundreds formed .in escort from the Sutter Hotel headquarters to Eagles llall, where the second day of the two week-*' st s.mn opened. The presence of women was notable among the en thusiasUC marchers, as was also the presence of B Suiuki and Yoshi mutsu. representatives of the Labor er* Friendly Society of Japan, and fraternal delegates from Great Bn tain and C anada Headed by a band floru Musicians Imon, No. 6, the procession moved through the principal streets of the downtow section, attracting much attention Following was Samuel Gompers, escorted by members of the executive council of the A F of l„ On 1.is breast the noted labor leader wore a handsome gold medal which was presented to him by the laboring men of this city in March. IhtM. at the old Woodward's Gardens. Of all the medals which he possesses Gompers says he prises this one the most highly The reading of the report of the of ficers of the federation, a synopsis of which was presented at the opening session, occupied the morning In the afternoon the delegates enjoyed a sightseeing trip to the city's points of interest A ■list ton Heal red The report indicated that it is the determination of the officers of the American Federation of I.almr to I bring about a closer affiliation of two or more international unions whose , interests are closely allied. This is sue, it is predicted, will be made at the present convention when an effort will be started to amalgamate the sta tionary firemen and the steam shovel and dredgemen with the International I'nion >f 'Geam and Operating Fngi tleers Today s business sessions of the convention will he continued in Eagles Hall The public is invited to attend A feature of the evening will be an address by C G Ammon, fraternal delegare from Great Britain, who will speak to the Federal civil service employes at H o'clock At 9 o clock the delegates will enjoy a the ater party at the Empress Truck • v*-ri * *. "**$r±r* - 4.*-» **'*' *1 ,' r*«4>‘ i" OUR* «P * I'. Vi <* TH# • * ■•*♦.*■ . . a la;. *.*h Ar - a ;. - % p . ■ 4 • 1 V — - 4*" 4*4^1 r>) i'fVI. :er* f *"■*■ 4 r »••• • £- * 7 »h# i »I*- • V.’ •* bS f Vi * t d t ' u ‘Jii! n*r.f '• ar** - rw-s *ha b* pern*. **.eo * . • *H' ’• a*, fu&rd T>.* if.-T * # .*. •*r • ' f Hit * *- ah •» a* H - r ±a*. '’>■*** •* hf r, T*ltm * ***rr •* • ar.cn r • A a* ' ‘ . rsr»' iM ha* mducrd f ■'■•• • » ' ’he I.-d.at r, ' r~a- -> • > *»kf v. r thr fn^'dr;. ' •>- h a-a M tr.ufa • .r • p < . ~ fary. which has -|W- ***ab!»»h<s ■ ■■ •. nil mpa . cor.'rart ■ tyred tp. • r-’ f th« month. M.-rrafir- • (,• foundry will hr nprmt,,) by th, «*(,. ^ ’ school, and Its product »i i bo sold to i othrr state institutions and political i subdiTtaior.s of thr statr Thr oirctitiy* board of thr Wrst erd,ration of M.nrrs ha. yotrd to l«y a monthly ass^wnrnl of *1 or IL on lU o«»nbrrAip .f iajMo foT th, , bencht of striktnp minors m tbs Oif t ^-Marini district. " >* •*>>'«« nt tao . to. |tai. Thrt* arr 20J0* siloa la aar ia ]a i- diana d With thr acquisition «r the — V, **lllik»a plant at MUlihm. Statm |j J' land, thr Camheia Stool Ca has taka ’ •»■***» *«•« Stop towards thr ranllai «« «f th. also, tm a Mantle as — • *-if. a riva the I’nitH .•*•*•*. t'orpormtion. *ay# *he S* a > )fd J njrr.a. of Coirimerre t> *r mpor"* and **iporf* the ' •'-I "*atef ha* abou' <ioubled it# ' **'• A " Sou’.h Arfiencan cour. ’r* * *r • g the \#t war Imp«*r# r >r *»rr $-TC.0o2 "S.V corr. ; i a •v $ 13 I # or Septemb* r •4'* Ftp-r*i amount^ to $1**38. 4T%.n#t JiJMMl 'or »he mr">* *' *"*■* * year on A a'** \ »-|rnia bwwnry ha# heeri '* r'*c an :»•# •Tea'* rnanufar '•O’ ■ 1- ' » !•■ *i*<i - uih and poor f... Itfttt in 'he '* ■ '<*■ ' .• enlarge.! **' lede**. Traoe '"omm.aiion he *■’ *' * ' l> inver.gatinn of the h-. ' i. of the I'r 'ci Stater ■ h. [tepartment >f Commerce an r' ."''"l tha' American trade for Oc • :<*r sh.,«. i * favorable h:,lance of 122 .OOO.Dny. The Mo. me Plow Co bar er.ter.oi the bin.ier twine field and by neit tewaoti will he prepared to rupply all of itl dealer*. Contract* for I2S.OOO.UOO worth of rteei railr were placed with the mill* at Gary and South Our ago. 111., dur ing Ortober The J E. Porter Company of Ot t**n. Ill . baa received a large order from a foreign country for laiiitnrv oam wmipment will 1 it* n .oJV'L/rV'" » xMition to ,. “'(■**''» Harbor. Ind A ' e££T J* * 100 f~' w«l 1* * 4iirhtpr«*ri m p«tj»bii*hmrnt* J' lrr in«p«s-tion luring *h» '4 .>-»r prilling June W. 1915. Of •hi inii.ia.it tubjmteil to K«lrr»l in <pr 'inr 2M9M urn i ••nikmnpli ;i« i- fir ? r human u»». an! «44 WW «rtrt i inl-ov,*.! in part FRANK CONERF Logai County In Booklet Form—Price 21 I Rational News 440 S. Dearborn St root Subscript** ntas $1.00 • ftar. BO ■ — ■ _ A Popular Article 3-Piece Toilet Set A complete outfit of mirror, brush and comb. All standard sue — mirror 8! jj inches long. 5 inches in diameter; brush 8 inches long; comb 8 inches long. All put up in a neat leatherette boa of rich, color inside and out. 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