Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1924 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
Wesozki. SkuU fractured, may
die. Wesozki escaped.
Thomas-Urban, 4432 So. Wood
St., and Michael Cott, 4436 So,
Wood St., severely stabbed in
datice Kail 'fight, 4332 So. Woods
st. Nicholas 'Gott brother of
PRES. WHITE TO ADDRESS
" MINE WORKERS.
Wilkesbarre, Pa., May 15. In
dications, today are that the influ
ence of President White of " the
United Mine Workers "will be
strong enbugh' to olffset thVreport
made by the generaf scale com
mittee of the anthracite miners,
rejecting" the compromise agreed
upon by the joint sub-committee.
and that he convtntion'here will
adopt tne suD-committee proposi
tion. , . ." .
Wh"ite;s wHo isra conservative,
has'scorethe general' committee
for its, report. Heretofore he has
always' beeVi able to swing the
delegates by "his presence 'H the
floorrandjieis, expected to do so
again. He' has prepared a speech
in' -support of the compromise
that will take ten hdu"rs fo"delfver.
It covers every point in 'the
controversy. Members' "of ' the
committee, who rejected the com
promise, but failed to'recommend
any: substitute that' would' lead to
art adjustment, are severely ar
raigned. White charg'es they
would wreck and not construct.
He points out that the treasu'rv
us depleted; that but a smaHnum
jber of miners are paying dues,
and that the anthracite miners
can hope for no financial assist
ance frm the bjjtuminoys men,
when they strike m the fafee.of a
contract that, offers them more
money than the soft coal miners
A poll of the delegates, to the
cpnyention shows a majority in
favorof adopting the compromise--
"The" radical 'element has
given up the,stnke idea, but will
makeja plea for arbitration,. It is
thpughfctheyVill be defeated.
'U'll tell yer; Skinny, h.Qw we'll
get m the sfiow foriiathin'. We'll
rwalk in backward and the guy'll
thjnk we're comirt out. '
What You Get.
"Suppose coal is 6 a ton, arid,
you give your dealer $30,, how
many tons would 'hevsend you?"
"OK, that's wrong:"
"I know 'it's wrong, but that's
whathe'ddo. . .
Ouri(Jea of nothing to do is to
try to show off your furniture in
frQntjtjf the ta?c assessor. ., j