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Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, April 26, 1922

bb_1922_04-26_1The cause of baseball in the camps, and of the proposed Miners’ League, was materially advanced last week with the adoption by the company of plans calling for the immediate preparation of two new baseball parks—one at Newcastle and the other at Burnett.

Issaquah’s need for a similar recreation field is being considered, and an announcement as to this camp will be made as soon as existing obstacles are overcome. Black Diamond is, of course, already provided with a splendid baseball field, and is going ahead with its baseball plans as rapidly as possible. (more…)

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Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, April 26, 1922

Pacific Coast Coal Co. Logo 1922Three months have elapsed since the installation of the Mine and Central Council organization in the mining operations of the Pacific Coast Coal Company. In that time many opportunities have arisen to test the practicability of the plan, which is based on a pledge of true collective bargaining in which the men and management have joint voice in all matters affecting wages, hours, working and living conditions. (more…)

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