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R. R. TIE-UP IS COMPLETE
Houston, Tex., Nov. 14. The fact
that the Southern Pacific was able
only to operate two trains out of
Houston on the main line today
one each way emphasized the com
pleteness of the tie-up resulting from
the strike of the United Brotherhood
on the Sunset division.
Company officials declare the
trainmen have forfeited all rigths to
mediation by rejecting an alleged of
fer from Washington, but strike lead
ers insist that they are willing to me
diate if the company will agree to
treat with the united unions, but will
not mediate as separate organizations.
'Tragic, wasn't it?"
"Helen was engaged to that aero
naut and-they had a falling out"
N. Y. World.
JOSH WISE SAYS:
"Durin-' a social at Bert Fride-.
mush's th' host's false feeth wuz
stolen off th' front bedroom dresser.
A Raffles in our smart set is sus-i
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