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The freight engine struck the
car in the middle as ifwas cross
ing the tracks. The car was
tossed on its side and smashed td
kindling, the dead and injured be
ing pinioned in the debris. The
persons killed were seated in the
center of the car.
None of the passengers had
any warning of the impending
danger. The motorman declared
he had received no warning of the
approach of the engine.
Partial list of the most serious
ly injured :
Mrs. Margaret Calbot, Albert
Seidenbaum, Kaleer Farhat, Min
me Lenkie, Mary Diskovil, Mabel
Van Dussen, Mary Adams, M.
ENGLISH COAL STRIKE IS
vLondon, April 4. The coal
strike in the English .mines has
been called off, the miners' com
mittee ordering the men to return
This action followed the can
vass of the referendum vote,
which as was expected, showed a
majority against resumption. In
spite of this, the committee called
t;he strike off, applying the two
thirds rule, and declaring the pro
posal to continue the strike had
The official order to" the men di
recting them to return to work
pending the organization of the
district minimum wage commit
tees is being prepared, and will
be issued at once.
Union officials expect that their
order will be obeyed- without
question. They feel that they have
gained great concessions, and it
would be unfair to the thousands
of men who voted fot resumption,
to continue the strike, with its re
sultant hardships. The official
Against resumption, 244,011.
1 For resumption, 201,013.
POLICE AGAIN ATTACK
MILL STRIKERS -
Passaic, N. J., April 4. Private
deputies, hired by the mill own
ers, again attacked women strik
ers today. Two men and a wom
an weer so Dadly clubbed that
4hey required medical attention.
The two injured men were ar
rested. Mayor Finnegan ordered hat
(no mpre meetings of strikers be
allowed, and, ordered hall owners
to refuse them quarters.
I Utica, N. Y., April 4. Troops
were ordered out today to guard
the New York mills at Yorkville,
following clashes between deputy
.sheriffs and textile workers. The
sheriff: called for the guardsmen.
"I thought you said that the
star was too ill to sing at the mat
inee? In fact, you announced
that her condition was so critical
that the doctors feared for her
"So I did."
'"But she sang at the night per
formance." "Yes, I know it'. She recovered
as soon as she heard that her un
derstudy made' a hit."