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unless indictments were found and somebody placed on
trial. It wouldn't know what Hoyne Brought or failed to bring before that jury. The investigation should be broad, sweeping and public. Take off the lid and lefs see. whafs under it. In vestigate the whole bunch of bosses, lobbyists, corpora tions, office-holders, taxing officials, tax dodgers in fact the entire visible1 and invisible government, includ ing all of Big -Business and its white slave newspaper publishers. STRIKERS REFUSE EMPLOYERS' OFFER SEE TRICK Bulletin. Buffalo, N. Y., April 11. In re sponse to complaints of many promi nent citizens, the district attorney today took action to present before the grand jury evidence that the street car company involved in the strike had violated the law in employ ing untrained motormen as strikebreakers. Buffalo, N. Y., April 11. Striking street car men "were offered rein statement today by the company, whether they had joined- union or, not. The company offered within ten days to receive committee of em ployes and take up all grievances, arbitrating if an adjustment was im possible. Leaders of the strike objected to the word "employes,"' demanding that "association'.' be substituted for it. On this one word the conference deadlocked. Conferences will be continued to morrow,' when the state board of mediation will investigate tne causes of the strike. Officials of the com pany and representatives of the strikers will be heard.1 ' In declining to return to. work, and present' their demands within ten days, some of the strikers pointed out that the. company in that time .could, fortify, itself "for' a strike importing strikebreakers, and then break off negotiations with if semployes, dis charging all who had joined the union. One hundred power and repairmen struck today. The traction company will be severely crippled if all the re pairmen quit work. At a meeting last night, at which practically every union in the city was represented, the executive board of the central labor body was in structed to work with the street car men and to prepare for any action that may be necessary to win the traction strike. This was taken a an indication that a general walkout would be ordered if such action was requested bythe street car strikers. Cars were run on a few lines in the city today. Militia guarded power houses and car barns. . No more troops have been sent to the city. o o POPE PIUSiRECOVERING Rome, April 11. Pope Pius X is on the road to recovery, and unless un expected complications develop will soon he able to resume his duties. - The Pontiff had no fever today and his pulse was normal. His heart still showed weakness,' but. he was allowed to sit "up for a short time. Prof. .Ettore Marchiafava and Dr. Andrea Amici, thePope's physicians declared that two months of complete', rest would restore the aged head of .the church, to normal health.