Brooklyn, Feb. 14. - Tho executivc board of distriot assembly 7b, Master Workman Connelly presidiug, has not declared the strike off at this writing. A recess has been taken and as the board j came out each man rofused to teil how the Bituation stood. Anothcr sessiou will be held, and it is said the question I er or not the strike will bo declared off i will bo settled President Lewis, of the : Bi'ooklyn Heights railway, sent the ; lowing connminieation to Pólice Justice Tlghe, who has been trying to settlo tho strike: "Uk ai: SlB: Your favor of the 13th inst. is at houd, and in reply would sny that the company appreeiates yonr good intentions, but has declded that it is unnecossary to hold f urther intei-views Yith any one on the subject of taking back our formar employés. The strike is ended and the road running on schedule time. Applicatior. ior employment trom our former employés or othera will be received as has been the cuxtom ol the past at the ofdco of the ciMimanv. Yours t'ruly, "Daniel F. Lewis, President." Decidid iu Continuo Strikiiig. The meeting of the mastei workmen f rom th different local assemblies hekl lust evening for the parpase of eonsideriiig tbt; situation, tenmuated without any decisión iu regard to calling tho strike off being vrrivod at. Master Workinan Connelly said at the close of the sossion: "We have deeided t,o continue the strike. We cousider our prospect9 jus as bright fus thoy ever were; in tact, more so, and we shali cunimue tho Üght."