Benton Harbor, Feb. 28. - Tuesday niorning about 20 workmen in the finishing departinent of Spencer, Burns & Stuart's furniture factory struck, demanding an adjustment of wages. They have been takiner pay half in cash and half in 90-day checks since last September and now feel that they should ha ve all cash, as they have to discount checks to realize anything for the current expenses of their families. A meeting was called by the managers, and all hands, about 120, were informed that they could return to vrork on tlie same schedule of pay ov do as the 20 others had done, "quit, witli no hope of ever returning. It waa eipected that all hands would strike before noon. bnt aa the annimiiueaient 3f the managers meant fairiy good R'iiffes or starvation and do other jobs 2(uUl pos.-ibly be foutul now. they continued to work.