COAL: Coldness Ahead?

Heads at Atlantic City hold many thoughts — some have ideas for pleasure, some have plans for profit, some have inscrutable designs. It was so with the meeting of anthracite operators and miners, which resumed its Conference there after a week's adjournment. The miners had made eleven demands for a new wage-and-working-conditions contract to supersede the present contract expiring on August 31. Four of the miners' demands — lesser ones — were agreed on. The first of the remaining seven demands brought disagreement and an end to...

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