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Garment Workers' Union Wins
Dispute With Tailoring, Co,
Tile dispute 'between the Gar
ment Workers union and the
Hart, Schnaliner & Marx Tail
oring Co.jV was settled bv a board
of arbkratic-n today,, and-resulted
in a complete victory for the un
ion. The company was ordered
to reiristat the employes Who were
laid off yesterday without defin
One of the clauses in'the agree
ment is that in time of "slack work
the employes must be 'laid "off in
rotation, so that the' work shall
be evenly distributed. Yesterday
the company laid 'off about 700
workerSi and after a meeting of
protest the matter Wis referrd to
the permanent board-appointed to-
aajusc aiuaircerences. I
The arbiters in heir. report to-j
day said the company had violat
ed the working a'greement -with!
the union, and must reinstate the
locked-out employes, laying them
off in the maner the contract provides.
All Hands -Up Nit.
The Aldrjca plan for a great!
centra bank 'to give Wall street
the absolute monopoly of moneys
in America has been prevised."
The notable feature of the "revi
sion" is that it makes no change "
in the-original plan.
All Who feel -that the country
is suffering from insufficiency of
monopoly in finance and trade,
kindly raise their hands !
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