COAL: Done!

An anthracite wage contract between the United Mine Workers and the operators was officially signed after the representatives of both parties had lunched with Governor Pinchot at his home at Milford, Pa. The anthracite strike is over. The miners have a 10% increase in wages, an eight-hour day, but no checkoff.

The miners went back to work, although during the first day after the signing of the contract not enough men appeared to do much mining. Reports began to develop of increases in coal prices of from 30c to...

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