glass business booms
GLASS BUSINESS BOOMS, Northwood Company Hnst Increase ItH Ca pacity and May Get the Blairsviile Plant. Indiana has an industry, of which she may be well proud. The Northwoot Glass company under the management o Harry Northwood, during the two years It has been In operation, has brougnt Indiana Into considerable prominence not only al over the United States but In England as Well. ; '' , • ; ,:- ' . ':'. -•• The Northwood Company has from time to time been forced to enlarge the plan f until It is now at least a third larger than oommodate the company's large trade. Mr. Northwood stated on Monday that he would have to make arrangements In some way to further enlarge his plant. He also said there was a possibility of his securing the plant in Blalrsville in the spring, which was last week abandoned by the OUrk . Bros. If he secures the Blairsviile plant, it will be run as a branch _,.-..-....» K . nuu , , u ni , ot *he Indian* factory, «"<»««*-• •»«.«.— While Mr. Northwood was in England '* 3 ' Bummer, he established an office la L °ndon, where his goods are displayed an ^ an a Ront solloltR orders. Last week the first order from the London office the first came in. It was a good order aud Mr. Northwood expects to get many more before the season Is over. The factory Is being run to Ita fall cepsoltj both dsy and nlgnt. 'Saturday's pay was the largest since ihe factory wan located in Indiana, the payroll amountine to almost |5,COQ Clark Bros.' glass factory at Blair a- vllle, was permanently closed at noon on Saturday. No work had been going on for several days except among the packers, who wore netting tho manufactured goods and tools ready for shipment. Clark Bros.' new factory at Ell wood City will be — - «v'T *»*wv*_r **V J-^lAvYWU \JlllV Wiil UtJ started immediately. The managers of fhn RlsHraxrlHn -nlant- »*•& n An . H i.t«.(.i_ u -_i*.t_ It was originally- yet it 18 too small to ac. the Blairsvllie plant are negotiating with parties, whom they hope will take charge of the factory. a [t m.