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ANXIOUS TO AVOID STRIKE
Following the demands made by
the enginemen on western railroads
for increased pay, officials of the
workers -and managers of the road
met yesterday at the Congress Hotel
for the initial conference before the
members of the United States board
of mediation and conciliation.
Both sides are said to be anxious
to avoid a strike although it is ru
mored that the enginemen will not
agree to the proposal to call off nego
tiations at present and resume them
in a year.
"When I am talking to the farmer
I remember that the farmer's wife is
one-half of the family, and the bigger"
half at that," says J. J. Hill, railroad
financier and farmer. "The farmer's
success or failure, his going up or
down in his scale of accomplishment,
depends upon his wife,"
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