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yesterday most -of. the -members were
sick at hear from listening, to the
pitiful tales of the girls and the cold
blooded statements of the employers.
HOUSES LIFTED FROM THEIR FOUNDATIONS
(Copyright, 1913, by Newspaper Enterprise Association.)
What the Wafers? Force Did at Day ton.
OUTSIDE NEWS F5mWIRE AND CABLE
- Vashington-Unless Huerta gov
ernment at an early date conquers
rebel republic, an attempt.wftl prob
ably be made to cause annexation of
thi3 northern territory tohe X(.S.,
according to opinion of Sen. Fall,
New Mexico, investigating revolu
tionary activity along the border.
Says he has official, figures showing
American Interests own '43 per -cent
of total 'wealth of Mexico., ' '
New York. Hearing before arbi
tration board resumed today. Date
set for handing down decision in
wage dispute between firemea of
eastern railways and .managers has
been postponed, according to man
agers. Will be returned April 23 in
New York- Price cutting war in
volving practically every tire manu
facturing company in country was
forecasted here today when "became
known that Diamond and Goodrich
companies had made a big cut-in sale
prices, of auto tires.
Kittaning, Pa. Two men reported
killed and one badly burned In explo-