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ati6n between the union forces of
Ainerica and Great Britain, in or
der to establish world's peace by
calling mass strikes, if necessary,
in case of the declaration of wars
oh the part of the great powers.
The cause of co-operation in
conducting productive and dis
tributive agencies has also receiv
ed an impetus and will be more
widely agitated henceforth as 3.
reslilt of the'information impart
ed to the workers of,this country
by. the foreign visitors.
At the informal conference las't
evening 6i anti-administration
delegates it was tentatively
agreed to oppose Gompers for re
election, as well as three" or four
members of the present executive
board. The principal reason for
the growing opposition is that
during the recent political cam
paign Gompers sent out bulletins
mentioning the concessions that
were promised .to the' laboring
people by the Republican DemoJ
critic and Progressive parties,
aria deliberately and studiously
ignored the Socialist party;
h o o
NEW WIRELESS RECORD
Philadelphia, Nov. 15. The
wiFeless operator of the steam
ship Breslau, which arrived here
yesterday, broke all distance rec
ords" for ship equipment on the
He flashed a message from the
Eriglish channel to Libau, Russia,
a distance of "2,000 miles.
Mile. Florence Zylka, daughter
of Gen. Zylka of ther Russian
army, ended her life by jumping
frdfti the liner in the channel.
Mile. Zylka was on Her way to
visit her'sister in Cleveland, O
The wireless man on the Bres
lau called for Libau, hoping the
stations in Holland or Germany
would answer and Telay the mes
Libau itself replied, and the
operator sent the message of the
suicide to & transniittor, by the
side of Which stood Gen. Zylka.
Sir Cecil Arthur, Spring Rice.
Who sudceeds James Brice as
British ambassador at Washing
ton. He has been in America once
before as third secretary of lega
tion, and comes now from the
o o (
"What did your uncle Jeave
you in, his will?"
"Three guardians, a lot of ad
vice, and a' little money."