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REPORTED CZAREVITCH IS DEAD THE DAY BOOK An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday VOL 6, NO. 144 Chicago, Saturday, March 17, 1917 398&3& RAIL STRIKE TONIGHT IF DEADLOCK HOLDS -FACTIONS FIRM Both Sides in New York Negotiations Refuse Conces sionsMediators Helpless Schuettler Promises Heavy Police Guard to Railroads. New York, March 17. Negotia tions toward postponing the rail m strike called for 6 o'clock tonight are in the air. Mediators, brotherhood chiefs and railway managers are pessimistic over chances for peace. Employes and employers are standing pat. Neither side is mak- Mediators, conferring with both sides in a last-minute hope for a solu tion of the trouble were grim-faced when the conference ended. A final chance for settlement was seen in a possible meeting of mediat ors, brotherhood chiefs and rail man agers in a three-cornered session late this afternoon. But frpmJfcere.viouR -attitude, of'