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tion with the murder of Wiljis
Mathews, a negro, found with a
bullet through his heart at 6223
Ada, street, yesterday.
- LITTLE CHANCE OF ANY
. , AGREEMENT TODAY
New York, April 16V-rPresi-dent
I3aer, of the Philadelphia &
Reading railroad, .announced this'
afternoon that, although the con
ferences between the coal opera
tors and miners sub-committee
were resumed here this after
noon, there was no chance of an
agreement being reached today.
"Today's gathering is not a
general meeting, but merely a
' conference of the sub-committee,"
he said. "There remains
- much to do and there will be no
f public statement at the adjourn
menLtonight. It may be several
days before we havenything for
TJie feeling among the cdmmit
. teemen an doperators today was
optimistic regarding a settlement
in the near future.
While Pat worked, Mike and
Murphy painted a picture of a
' donkey's head on the back of his
coat, thinking that they would
have some fun out of him when
'. he put on his coat to go home.
Pat. s he reached for his coat,
saw the painting and asked:
"Which one of you fellows wiped
your face on the back of my
coatV' Miss Hilda Cowan, 85 S.
Mo o $s3
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If the stogiemakers organized
an orchestra, would that be a ci
Among the Chinese highbind
ers do the hatchetmen perform
battle acts? (If you don't get this
one at first,- readTt over several
Will a sparrow cop make a
good birdman ?
If a clam is listless, wuXan
In the Dark Ages did they have
to send their children to a knight
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