Definite Proposals

Governor Gifford Pinchot of Pennsylvania last week came forward with definite proposals for ending the anthracite coal strike. He invited the miners and operators to meet him at Harrisburg. The miners went, but the operators sent word that they could not get their committee together on such brief notice. So the operators did not attend.

Pinchot Proposals. Before the miners' committee headed by John L. Lewis, representatives of local Chambers of Commerce, state officers, and Mrs. Pinchot (who was present as a spectator, the meeting being public),...

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