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Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, March 19, 1922

No action taken regarding manner of handling situation if strike comes

umaWith the adjournment taken late yesterday until tomorrow morning, the prospects are that the biennial state district convention of the United Mine Workers, the coal miners’ international union, meeting in Seattle, will remain in session a part, at least, of another week. The convention met last Monday and is holding its sessions at the Labor Temple.

No definite action has been taken so far, it was said, regarding the local handling of the situation that will arise should the threatened nation-wide strike of the coal mine workers come on April 1. (more…)

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