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zens' Alliance have openly said that
Mover will be violently handled if lie
- Managers claim less than 3,000
jnen are on strike, while union lead
ers say strike benefits are being paid
Lansing, Mich., Dec. 31. A mass
meeting, attended by labor leaders
.from all over the country, is being
held here this afternoon to determine
upon a definite plan of action looking
-toward a settlement of the copper
miners' strike. A committee will be
appointed to confer with Gov. Ferris.
' Attending the conference are Clar
ence Darrow, John Mitchell, Chas. H.
Tanner of the Western Federation;
.A. A. Poole, Detroit Federation, and
'Homer Waterman, secretary of the
Michigan. Federation of Labor.
READY FOR UTILITIES BILL
At midnight tonight the Chicago
.home rule will fly teh coop. The city
JEouncil will no longer regulate gas,
-telephone and electric light rates and
is helpless in traction affairs and rail-o-oad
matters. The new state board
will assume control of public service.
r. The railroads will now deal with
Ethe state body for city privileges and
iwill not have to bother the railway
terminal committee of aldermen, who
Ino longer have the right to grant
r Portland, Ore. Edward E. Mitch
tell arrested, charged with shooting
and killing George Morgan, sailor.
1 Vicksburg, Miss. State Senator
jG. A. Hobbs acquitted on charge of
bribery in connection with passage of
Tokyo. 13 Formosan conspirators
executed and 123 sentenced to long
terms of imprisonment for their part
in national conspiracy.
New York. Clues in East Side
dxunk mystery led police to New Jer
sey. Important arrests expected
By Berton Braley.
I'm weary of crowds and commotion,
I'm tired of mobs as they swarm,
And back in my mind is a notion
Again to seek peace on the farm,
To leave all the rush and the rattle,
The conflict that ever is hot,
And gaze on the gentle-eyed cattle
Who browse in the old pasture lot.
I'm sick of the town, and I'm going
Away fro mits hurry that kills,
To the spot where the cattle are low
ing And the wind's blowing sweet from'
Where the ears are untroubled by
And the tumult of cities is not,
And I share in the peace and the
Of the cows in the old pasture lot!
And yet when I've answered my long
To linger awhile in the glade,
I'll probably pine for the thronging
Of people and traffic and trade;
I'll weary of peace and of leisure
And back to the city 111 trot,
And leave with the greatest of pleas
ure The cows to their old pasture lot!
TWO MORE MOYER MEETINGS
Two more meetings of protest
against the deporting of Chas. H.
Moyer, president of the Western Fed
eration of Miners, from Calumet,
Mich., have been arranged. They
National Hall, 18th street and Ra-
cine avenue, Wednesday evening.
Tloo 91 Rnpnlrora iTVnnpn TcrrvinYi&
general organizer Western Fede:
tion of Miners; John C. Kennedy'!
Carl D. Thompson.
Workingmen's Hall, 12th and
er streets, Thursday, Jan. 1, .2:301
m. Speakers Wm. E. Rodrigul
Carl D. Thompson, Morris Seskind.
M. Bakal and B. Balin will speak in