HOPE FOR ARBITRATION' IN
Hope for arbitration of the differ
ences of the striking carpenters and
the Carpenter Contractors' ass'n are
not vain. --
A lot can happenat the meeting
of the Carpenters' District council to
night At that meeting the question
will be voted upon as to how much
power will be granted Jam. Kirby, in
ternational president and arbiter for
With -more than two-thirds of the
contractors already signed up, the
carpenters know they have got the
other contractors where they can't
."put up such a terrible scrap, even if
vthey do make good their oft-repeated
threat to import strikebreakers.
The strike is not worrying the car
penters as much as friends of the
"contractors would try to make be
lieve. - At its meeting last night the Build
ing Trades Council entered protest'
against the delay of the 'Building
Construction Employers' ass'n in de--laying
settlement of the carpenters'
strike. The council voted, also, to
'stand by the Simon O'Donnell arbit
tration agreement, which the execu
tive committee of the Building Trades
Mep't of the A. P. of L. ordered an-nulled.
iMYSTERY AT COUNTRY HOME
- Pensacola, Fla., June 19. Appar
ently dead for two days, Peter Wy
jnan and wife, parents of Lieut Wy
Jman of the U. S. army, now in the
Philippines, were found murdered in
Jtheir beds in their country home, 30
.miles from Pensacola. Both had been
fehot after they had retired. Robbery
thought to have been motive for kill
ing. HIS MEAL TICKET
- "Jinks doesn't look like a literary
-man. But he says he makes his living
"by his pen."
t "So he does. He raises pigs."
Baltimore American. j
ADVENTURES OF A WISE PUP
A TIMELY SUGGESTION
She For some reason or other the
cook can't get the bread to rise.
He Why don't you get her an,
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