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THE OMAHA DAILY DEE: PATUHDAV. SEPTEMBER 2fi. 1003.
Groat Barg-ain Specials in Ladies' 'Wear
Ladies Silk Elastic Belts
The popular Royal belt in fine silk elastic with beautiful back
buckle, straight front an colouial styles, KQp.7CpQQn
actually worth upto $2 each, at 1 VOW
Ladies' Fall Box Coat at $4.98
Good, heavy, kersey coat, with excellent lining, double cape. tl
new eleeves, castor, brown and black, 4 98
Splendid Values in Fall Millinery.
W offer for Saturday several highly attractive bargains in swell fall millinery. Every
one of these specials is quoted at a figure far below the usual price charged throughout
the country. The Brandeis name insures high grade and excellence of workman
ship in every hat.
A SPECIAL CHIFFON DRAPED HAT AT $2.49
Thia greaX assemblage of beautiful, highly fashionable millinery includes shirred silk turbans and dress shapes,
fine French felts, chiffon shirred shapes, velvet and silk combinations, iu faej, styles to suit all faces. Every hat
Is elaborately draped with the popular hemstitched and embroidered chifl'ou veilings so much in vogue in fash
ionable headwear. These veils are in all dainty new fall colors
such a splendid hat was never
put out nt a price so low as this,
A CHILDREN'S SPECIAL HAT AT 95c
A big Saturday event for children. Trimmed flats in all colors
suitabla for drj53 waar, quills, wings, ribbons
and buckles enter into the design,
Children's Jaunty Flats and Dress Shapes at $2.49
Smart little effects in flats, flop shapes and dress shapes,
daintily trimmed with attractive ornaments, $ Q
A CHILDREN'S SPECI AL AT $1.95
A special value executed in the pretty trimmings
so popular for children's weiar, a re- $1 QK
markable value at . z7J
READY-TO-WEAR HATS AT 85c
In dress shapas, etc., in velvet and felt 55 "i
combination, a basement special.. OOv
Saturday Specials in Ladies' Suits
The swell new tailor-made suits, coats and skirts will be offered at bargain prices to cre
ate a very busy Saturday, all the late effects iu swell up-to-date tailored garments iu
pleasing Variety and Styles The Pr,ceg w quote ara appreciably Icaa than tlia Mme quality ot goods ;H for cNewhcro
Swell Walking: and Dress Suits at $12. 50
Here aro smart units made In nil the new mannish clot&s, knickerbock
ers, cheviots, etc., both in the walking ami hcss effects, linndsoniol.v
trimmed taffeta folds, etc., jackets aro silk IIikmI, big Saturday value, at
Elegant Tailored Suits at $19
Highly fashionable dress, walking and golf suits, the fashionable
creations of this noason'8 modeled according to the latest und
most authoritative styles, very swell fall fabric, at
Swell Tailored Suits at $24. 50
Highly modish ideas in the corset coat, three piece suit. Trances f a f
cape, new three-fiuarter coat effect, etc., many silk lined special -X- rjl I
value, for Saturday, nt
Our Fall Suit
Our great bargain leader for fall, the hand
gdmost, vrellest suit ever offered at a popu
lar price in the new browns, blues nnd
blacks, a great value at
SPECIALA Splendid Ostrich Plume, best glossy black, at $1.00
Ladles' Smart Rain Coats Tho otylishly made rain coat urjj cravenettes with the
lT?:".:. .... 9.98 and 14.85
We also show a fine line of the highest grade Cravenette coats up to $49
A Special Value in Children's Cloaks
Very pretty for school wear, the raglanfull 1 Q Q..O Q Q
length coats in medium weights at C deW, :7 O
Children's Tailored Suits Children's Fall Coats
Children's and misses' school Good heavy coats, large cape
euits, handsomely tailored and collars, full length and a good
very jaunty, at sensible Bchool coat, at
new fi.ujAu A V. A.1
Golf Skirt Special in the late materials qq
and colors, proitily trim mod, at JO
598 750 998
Golf Skirt Special Handsomely made aud fiitc!
golf skirta the new tlrap and button A QO
trimming, at V O
10,000 allk elastic remnants, worth 25c yard, C
Black velvet ribbon, 10 yard bolts, f
Black aewlng silk, 5o spools, for -4
each 1 w
Sample plates, worth up to 60c, 4 f ,
each .71 Vv
Sample cups and saucers, worth up to 73o QC
eacb, go at OOw
All silk ribbon, 7 l-2o quality, Or
In the Basement.
Drummer's Samples ot China
Dolls, worth 19c, .Q Qg
One big lot of Men's White and
Colored Handkerchiefs, Sofa Pil
low and Necktie Styles, CA
each ' vC
One Table of Plaid, Checked and
Plain Colored Doilies, I.
6c kind, each
Picture Specials Saturd'y
Picture Department -3rd Floor.
Imported Plagues A splendid assortment of
fancy heads, etc., very decorative lor the lOc
home, worth 25c eaih, at IVw
Framed Pictures The odds and ends of framed
pictures in hundreds of attractive subjects, entire as
nortment on sale in the basement, worth Qn
up to $1. 50, each, Saturday. . . "-
Framed Pictures An assorted lot of beautifully
framed pictures, no two alike, actually worth Qfn
up to 3.00 each, Saturday
In the Basement
New York Mills Bastinj Cotton
fecial Saturday bargain -J ,
at, er spool
I. O. King's machine Cotton-Spo-cial
Saturday bargain at,
Full size Cotton Blankets gray,
-white and tan, go at, Qc
Best Quality Writing Paper.
Pound packages of writing paper, best qualities,
plain and ruled, worth 25c a pound, pxm
go as a special for 5alnrday only
t J w !
Playing Cards special.
Blrycle playing cards, the 25c kind, as a special bnr
uaynofnirygotl,r" 2 Packages 2
CORN PALACE AT MITCHELL
People of Souta Dakota Makin; Prepara
tieni for Fill Diiplaj.
BUILDINS IS OF INTRICATE DESIGN
Mitchell 0lj Town la Stale that Haa
Kept the Idea Alive Since 1U
Inpptla Several Years
MITCHELL, B. D Sept. 24. (Special.)
The fall corn palace Idea ha taken dep
root In the hearta of the people within the
corn bolt section of the state as one of the
best and most successful plans for display
ing the representative products of South
Dakota. This Is the fifth year that Mitch
ell has held its corn palace and both In
attendance and attractions It has so far
excelled any of Its predecessors.
The building Is a structure 140 feet long;
and 100 feet wide and stands within a block
of the business district, so that It Is easy
ot access. The south and west sides of the
building: are decorated with corn, grains
and the many grasses that grow abund
antly In this county. The corn Is picked
while a trifle green and la then aawed In
the center lengthwise and nailed to the
building. Intricate designs are thus made
on Mosaic and geometrical lines, which ad
mits of almost any kind ef figure being
worked out. An abundance of red corn of
'various hues la grown In this vicinity for
the sole purpose of being used In decora
tion. Yellow, White aad Blae.
Tellow, white and blue (squaw) corn Is
also used In abundance for this purpose.
With the red corn It Is possible Co secure
some very handsome shading effects and
the designs are drawn with the view of
making the figures pronounced with the
colored corn. One ot the most artistic
pieces of work are two American flags and
"hn American eagle done In corn, which for
lifelike appearance seems Incredible. The
spelts, all kinds of vegetables, every pos
sible .variety of fruit put tin end to. the
false Impression that Is abroad In refer
ence to this state. However, within the
past year there has not been a noticeable
change In the sentiment of Iowa and Illi
nois people concerning Soulh Dukot.i.
These people have been comlnjc Into our
state and more than ever this year. They
have had full opportunity to see the dis
play of grain In the fields In such abund
ance that It has had the desired effect In
eradicating the prejudice that has been
held against us.
Extraordinary Yield of Oats.
In the Spink county exhibit, referred to,
there is a sample of cats raised on the
Hunter-Baiter farm that yielded ninety
one bushels per acre. Corn from the sama
farm averages over sixty bushels per acre.
These displays are arranged with the Idea
ot showing the grain In the best possible
shape. The Mitchell corn palace has come
to be recognized, from the success in past
years, as the leading institution to prop
erly display the products of the soil. The
corn palace has done as much. If not
more. In the way of advertising the won
derful resources of South Dakota than any
thing else, for every year It has drawn the
people hither, and the seeing of the pro
duct caused a retaining of the faith in
In the gallery are perhaps a dozen booths
that are decorated by the ladles of the
city. Everything that Is used In the matter
of decoration Is taken entirely from the
fields of this county, and hardly a thing
grown on prairie or in the fields but what
is utilized In soma way for beautifying
the booths. There Is an art gallery which
had a dozen handsomely designed pictures
that are made ot corn husk, corn silk,
wheat strav.v, etc. They compripe the
heads of women, fruit pieces, animal", etc.
Another la if a Grand Army of the Re
publlo and, Women's Relief Corps booth
with the emblems and the American flag
deftly woven from grains of corn In the
rational colors. The others aro decorated
on the tame general plan.
Amoaemeals for Visitors.
Not all la given over to the matter of
the amount f grain required to decorate
the building. The committee waa so well
pleased with the corn palace here that
the same Idea was Immediately adopted
for the state tuilding at St. Louis, and
the plan of decoration will be carried out
on the same line as in the Mitchell palace.
All kinds of material for decoration and
for the agricultural exhibit will bo se
cured from the county exhibits now on dis
play In the Mitchell tjnlace and It will be
retained for the opening of the exposition
at St. Louis.
There are hundreds of thousands of east
ern people who have heard of the corn
palace Idea as evolved In the west, and the
presenting of a tuilding of ttie character
at St. Louis will be an easy and effective
way for visitors to remember South Dakota
after they have gone to their homes. It
la believed that the state could not make
I a better Investment of Its funds for this
purpose than to duplicate the Mitchell corn
palace Idea at St. Louis.
Banaer Day of Cora Palace.
Today has been the banner day of the
corn palace. Over 2,000 people came in
on the regular and the cpecial trains.
The Milwaukee road brought l.JflO pecpls
on a special excursion from Sioux Falls
and Canton. The visitors In the city now
number over 7,000. At the concert thU
afternoon the building was packed to ita
utmost capacity and two concerts were
given by the Banda Rossa to accommodate
the crowds. The Milwaukee road has Just
granted another excursion train on Sunday
for the corn palace. The train will leave
Sioux Falls at 7:15 o'clock. Fare one and
one-third for the round trip.
Woman Gets la Jail.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., Sept. 25. (Special.)
A local court has been called upon to ad-
SAM PARKS DIVIDES UNION
Member of Hii Looil 0pp:sed to Elm h
Unseated by Convention.
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PRESIDENT CLOSES MEETING SUMMARILY
When the Structural Iron AVorUers
Meet After 'oon Kansas (II)'
I'ollce Are Detailed to
' Preserve Order.
KANSAS C1TT. Sept. 2i.-Samuel I'ark
walking delegate from New York Cuy,
cajsed a split In tho annual convention in
the International Biidge and S.ructuial
Iron Workers here today in a litjlit to
unseat Daniel Drophy, a tieltg.ue fjo;u
union No. 2 of that city, but who held a
proxy from Scranton, Pa. Tho charge
was made by the Parks delegation that
Brophy's credentials had been foiged, and
to preyent a f.ee-for-all fight that t,eo.ned
imminent, President Buchanan adjourneJ
the convention without hour nnd without
waiting to put the question. Later when
President Buchanan, remaining away from
the ball, refused to reconvene the conven
tion, the Parka crowd organized a session,
placing Second Mce President v araen
tfternoon and anticipating trouble and of the North Jersey street red'road, who
probably a play with revolvers, many of went out on strike lart night, returned to
the delegates being nrmed, Chief of Polic
Hayes detailed an udditlonul number o
detectives In plain clothes to the a.e.io.
Ever tince tho delegates arrived In the city
on Monday detectives have swarmed the
hotel corridors and the entrances to tha
convention hall, aud one or two Incipient
tights have been averted by .hem.
When the usual tlm for convening of
the afternoon session had arrived, Pr-si.
dent Buchanan failed to put In an appear
unce. He had, it developed later, pjr
posely remained In his room at the t o ilea
Although tho convention had been ad
journed by President Buchanan without
hour, Second Vice President Warden waj
placed in the chair by the Park crowd,
nnd culled the gathering to order. Im
mediately a vote was taken on a motion
to reconsider the vote seating Delegate
Brophy. Brophy was unseated, IS to 10.
After the delegates had voted to unseat
Brophy, the chairman waa requested to
notify President Buchanan of the pro
ceedings and to invite him to prcsldo over
the convention tomorrow. Vice President
Warden then declared the session adjour. el
until 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Delegate Brophy left the hall as soon
as tho vote to unseat him had been taken.
"The action this aflernoon,"v he said, "la
unconstitutional. 1 will claim tny seat
and will re-enter the convention when
of New Haven in the chair, and unscatel j president Buchanan assumes the clinlr
Erophy. President Buchanan declares that ; again."
the acts of the rump convention aro un- j parks tonight announced his intention of
constitutional and Mr. Broj hy ays that making trouble when he goes back to New
he will Ignore the Parks crowd and take ; yorlt- jie Bayg he wIl cal, a Btrlke on
hie seat when President Buchanan again j many Jobs and that he will get even with
resumes the chair. j the men who he claims sought to depose
A fight had been made on Brophy yester- him by starting another union In oppo
tay by the Parks crowd, and, although oltlon to local No. 2. He adds that he
he was seated, President Buchanan rulei, will pursue the fight that la already started
to prevent endless debate, that any one there and that he will call a strike on all
ork today. The c mipar.y s'gnoU no agree.
ent. but promised to consider changing
ilie present objectionable "soilt run' rys
tem. Employers Itefuse to Arbitrate.
MINNEAPOLIS. Sept. 25.-The Mlnneap
oils Hour millers refuse to arbitrate the
strike questions. Replying to Mayor
Haynes' offer to arbitrate, the millers ad
dressed the mayor thus:
Hon. J. C. Haynea, Mayor of Minne
apolis: Dear Sir We beg to acknowledge
receipt of your "Tetter asking for our ap
proval of your appointing a committee of
five representative citizens to arbitrate the
labor question of our former imployex. In
reply would suy that a reauest waa mariu
early in the week by a committee of em
ployes to arbitrate this Question. We de
cline to entertain this proposition. The
question was fully canvaased at that time
and our reply was distinct enough to
thoroughly be understood. We have no
hesitation In saying further that we prefer
to shut down our mills If we cannot And
men willing to work at the present scale
of hours and wages. Minneapolis flour
manufacturing Is already carrying as great
a handicap as it can possibly stand. We
have In the post made concessions and
sacrifices to our men, raised the wages,
shortened their hours and at times run
the mills at a loss to ourselvex.
You probably understand the scale of
wages and hours of men working in the
Minneapolis flour mills is already more
favorable to them than is the scale to
men similarly placed at other points In
will be presented to the coal operators In
the district October 15. and should they
not bd acceded to a strike will in all prob
ability be declared at the meeting of the
r.ext national executive board, October i't.
The terms are as follows:
Clause 1. That eight hours shall consti
tute a day's work.
Clause 2. That all wages shall be paid
aeml-monthly und in lawful money of the
United Stntes. and that the scrip system be
Clause i. An Increase of 20 per rent on
contract and tonnage prices, and 2,0X1
pounds shall constitute a ton.
Clause 4. That all underground men, top
men nnd trappers receive tho ssme wages
for eight hours us they are now receiving
for nine, nine nd one-half and ton hours
and over for a Jay.
Clause S. For :he better preservation of
the health and lives of our craftsmen we
demand a more adequate supply of pure
air as proscribed by the laws of the state.
There was considerable dlscuxslon before
the adoption of the report.
During the morning re&sion an address
was made by President Moyer of the West,
ern federation of n Iners. in which he
roundly ecored Governor I-eabody and Gen
eral Sherman Bell. He characterized the
former as the worst enemy the labolng man
had In the state. It la expected that the
convention will conclude with tomorrow's
Trouble on Lake Settled.
CLEVELAND. Sept. IS.-The negotiations
looking toward a settlement of te differ-
s"houM "be' lleased to hVpS con- between the American Association
ference with you at your office at any hour of Masters and Pilots came to a successful
you name, if In your opinion tt should i conclusion late this afternoon. The Pltts-
neceHsary, out our uecision is iuiai. no-
PILI-SRURY-WASHBURN FLOUR MILLS
THE NORTHWESTERN CONSOLIDATED
Wages to Be lanreaaed.
flags are made ot red. while and blue corn, I adueatlon along agricultural lines, for
and the eagle, aurmountlng the flags. Is I luo Pi " w
done In yellow corn. 8o much for the ex- I P" aione.
On the Interior of the building is shown
In the various county exhibits. This year
there are nine counties In the display, as
follows: Aurora. Brule. Buffalo, Jerauld.
Lyman. Sanborn. Spink, Edmunds and
Davison. The great varieties of corn
ahown In every county dispels the Illusion
held by the eastern people that South Da
kota Is not a reliable corn country. Thla
year has been the banner one for corn,
which was practically out ot the way ot
frost when it appeared a week ago.
The samplea of wh?t, oats, barley, rye,
tnt tViA matrliDnnlfll vffalp tf T.,Kn I
Ryan, a wealthy retired farmer residing ' wishing to make a protest against any of Jobs where the bosses do not comply with ! Northwestern rBllroad has been granted,
in this city, and hla wife, whom he met and 1 delegates might do so In wrlilng. Such his demands The Increase means an additional expense
married as the result of an tdvertlsement protest against Brophy, declaring him to Boys' Strike la Settled
placed by her In a matrimonial paper, she
being at the time a resident of Davenport,
Some people at
40 look like 60!
Hair Vigor. i.er-
The matter of amusement
of the crowds Is a problem that haa always
been handled successfully. It has been
the custom to secure a banda of some
prominence to give concerts each after
noon and evening In the palace. This
year the famous Banda Roosa waa en
gaged and they are at present playing
a most successful engagement. There are
also free street attractions given each
morning, afternoon and evening at hours
when there Is no attraction In l. corn
pal&e. They serve to keep the pejple
lntrj-osted and not let the time hang heavy
on their hands.
Vmllrtat froDs Thta Year.
! TVtA mu mlflpent pron raised In the fltttn
this year nerved the people of Mitchell
to make a more pretentious show than
ever before, with 'he result that a finer
decorated building has been presented to
the visitors, belter agricultural exhibits
have been brought for display, and better
attractions have been secured with which
to entertain the tiowils. While the palace
has been In progress but three or four
day the record, of attendance it larger
at thia time than any previous year. The
affair will cloae 'in October 1.
While the corn palace haa been carried
on In the northwest for a good many
years notably at Sioux City as far ba k
as l3 and up to ls!4. Mltch.U has kept it
alive all ta.ae years and there 1oe not
seem to be any waning In tta popularity
with the people.
Mitchell lieaa at St. I.uaU.
When the aiate committee waa appointed
to wrrange for a state building at the St.
Louta exposition next year the members
visited Mitchell and obtained some Informa
tion relative to the coat of construction and
Ryan and the former Iowa woman did
not agree very well. She la something of
an Amazon and on numerous occasions
was successful in overpowering lier spouse.
Recently relations between them have rap
idly become more strained, finally resulting
in a fist fight between the couple. Ryan
got decidedly the worst of it. his loving
wife leaving his face in a sadly battered
So fierce waa the fight that the police
were summoned by neighbors, and the ar
rest of Ryan followed on the charge ot dis
turbing the peace. When the case came up
for trial the defendant was able to show
that his wife was the aggre ;"or and that
he w only defending himself from her
As a result of the trial the case against
Ryan was dismissed and tr costs were
taxed by the court to Mrs. Ryan. Not
having the caxh to liquidate the costs, she
has been turned over to the sheriff and will
remain in Jail until she ran raise the money
to pay the amount and thus secure her
Bis Grata Yields la Hills.
6TURGIS. 8. D., Sept. 25. (Special.) Re
ports coming In from threshers regarding
the yield of grain per acre in Meade
county are most gratifying. M. Bachand
on Spring Creek, from nineteen acres ot
oala got an average of sixty-two bushels
per acre, machine measure, and weighed
forty-one pounds to the machlns bus! el
This overweight of eight pounds above
the standard bushel, brings the jleld up
to a trifle better thau seventy-eight bushels
l. - , V. ' , . . . ,J ... a. KufAr. - .1
, , . , .u CHICAGO, Sept. 25 After noisy street
Joumment last evening ana became thj . ' huj
. , . demonstrations, the 400 day messenger boys
llrst business of the convention today. . ,. ,-.,. . . , ' " r "'m
.iiv iiimvifl 4-.iuici xcic(,inpn company
ended the strike last night by accepting the
A threatening move was made at the door ! new wage scale from their employers.
of the hall as Brophy sought entrance to Early in the evening the company also
the convention today, lie made a move as came to terms with the night messengers.
to draw hla revolver. It la said, and de- The day boys, who went out in the morn
dared he would shoot the first man to , ln. are to receive $.".) a week Instead of a
Interfere. Soon after the doors had been , commission of 1H cents for each meaaage
closed and the protest against the sealing ' delivered. They had not been earning more
of Brophy had been brought up a member , thun $1 a day, it la said, and struck for 2
of the Parks delegation made the ten a- : cents a message. 1 he night workers are to
tlonal declaration that the credential held I ft 1 a day iu place of the a a wk for-
by Brophy from Scranton had been forgei : merly paid.
and that it originally bore the name ot J. Shaffer to Aaswer Tkaraea
Reed, which had been erased. , ,,
Instantly there was an aproar and heated ' " ' 7 r.,7J "7 "r"
words were heard on all bides, charges and , ,,. ,, , . . . . . '
. , , . v orkers to investigate the charges aga-nat
countercharges of fraud being made. I p .,.' . . ...
When the acene became threatening and in -- , "".
, ,ki. ... . .v -.... i U- lo1R'. m today
out ot its tangle. President Buchanan sum
marily declared the gathering udjourned
burg Steamboat company receded from Its
position relative to Captain Frank Rae
of the steamer Clemson end his mates, who
are not members of the association. The
remaining grievances of the men were
waived for the present time and arrangc-
.IZT , . 11 1 1 Z er the close of the prtseut season of
to 8,000 employes of tho twenty car and nav.tjon,
locomotive repair shops of the Chicago & I
siriKe Breakers from Coeor d'.Vlcne.
WALLACE. Idaho, Sept. 25. A car con
taining seventy Coeur d'Alenc minors left
here today for Cripple Creek. Colo., t
take the places of the striking miners
The statement Is. made that there are
three specific charges, but the nature ot
those has not yet been given to the public.
It is said Mr. Shaffer will make a formal
j reply to the charges, giving an account of
After the delegates had filed out into
era held a conference on the nldHwullr i
"Our men," declared Parks, with emphasis,
will not sit in a convention with Brophy
and if the convention Insists upon seating
Brophy we will return to New York."
Delegate Brophy's home Is in Montreal.
Mr. Brophy is a member of local union
No. of New York City, and aside from
Robert Neldig, who was deported as presi
dent of that local because of his stand for
President Buchanan, he Is the only dele- '
Strike t eases Asalgaaaeat
LYNN. Mass., Sept. 25. Walter K. Tutt!e
St Co., shoe manufacturers on a large
scale, assigned today. The stoke of tho
Knights ot Labor against ti. Boot and
Shoe Workers' union in Lynn was pre
clpltated in the Tuttie factory on Januaiy
It and has never been declared off there.
Limited capital with tha effjet of tho
.r ira ll.nrv kFarri.la nn Vila R.d,
w... ...ii. f-,, J nf.,..,. e.ii legitimate. He had, he said, been appointed
,.f .ht .ot mh '.v.ra.. nt thirt v.r.in. ln Scranton local a month aSo. and
hu.h.'a rer .-re W. 11 Clu,. from . ho Would re,u!M " e bulldosed Into gv
.., "I" "P '' rights
of fifty bushels per. acre, aud fro hi- Police oa Guard,
twenty-alx-arre field there resulted an a 1-nler It was stated that the convention
rage yield of thirty-four bushels per acri. .. wuld reconvene somstime daring: Ui
gate here from local No. 2, who Is opp sel strike and active competition of other manu.
to Samuel Parks. Brophy Is a fighter and i f adorers, the firm vtutcs, cause i the a
when ills credentials were attacked be de- sigiuneut.
clared with vehemence that they were
of JSOO.OOO a year to the company.
More than a month ago a grievance com
mittee presented demands for a wage in
crease oi 8 centa an nour, me recognition or ; there. Most of them aro Mtssourini.s who
the union and the adjustment of working j were brought here during tha labor
conditions In the shops. j troubles of IKiO.
Conference with the officials of the com- 1
pany resulted In the signing of an agree- I Menieuls to DrnagUta.
ment which grants recognition of the union, Kranlt w Vl)gg who u ,R ulged tol,,
prouea lor w umoi, iu ... ui ...up 1 cocoums to james nam contrary to law,
was arresieo yesterui.y aitonioou on thu
and gives the men an increase of wagea,
varying from 1 to 1 cent an bour.
Demaada of Westera Miners.
J-UEBLO, Colo., Sept. 25. At today's aes-
slot) of the convention of the United Mine
charre. Bain atserls that h hod a friend
In Scotland, the land of bin birth, win
went wrong as a revult of the excessive,
uae of tho drug. Hint h- ao'epta every
opportunity of DruHecutliiK deal' rs who
ell it. li.dn was locked up und Ik being
Workers' of America, the following de-I mpiBinniK a-iim-aa. i j pi.,-.,
. . , . . - . ... of business Is at Uwtlfth street and Cup -
manda were formulated and adopted. They tol avenue.
Strikers Hesuoae Work. .
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 25 -The striking
boiler makers and he.fiers of tns Big Four
road returned to -vork today pen, tin;; a
settlement of the v. age quecttoi:
Btnloiea Itetara to Work.
NEWARK. N. J., EUpt. 26,-Ths employes
Recovery is hastened, health
restored and vitality renewed by
the use of
The perfect malt tonic. A food
in liquid form. It quickly builds
flesh and tissue.
AH Aragfljtt Mil it. Prtpar4 ty U
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Levi, V. 9. A.
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