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a day thereafter. Car cleaners, jani
tors and terminal arid "other all
around men' $1.90 the first year,ahd
.$2.20 thereafter. "
Ten hours a day. shall constitute a
day's work for all 'outside of "train
men, and al overtime shall be paid
for at the regular rate.,
- The existing custom of Chicago
City Railways Co. as to hours of ser
vice on Saturdays, Sundays and hbli
days shall remain unchanged.
All trainmen shall be allowed 10
minutes when .commencing day's
work, 10 minuteSTfdr second pull-out
and 5 minutes after finishing day's
work for preparjng themselves and
their cars, making reports, and per
forming such other duties as may be
required by the company.
Trainmen shall be paid for actual
tune for making out aqcident reports
and shall receive 25 'cents a day ad
ditional while instructing students.
All these sections were signed by
Carter and Fleming.
Car repairers, motor repairers, in
spectors arid dopers shall be' paid
$2.20 a day during their first year,
$2.60 a day the second and, $2;80
This last section - was signed by
Scanlan and Carter: Flemirig'did not
sign it. . .
THE SITUATION IN DAYTON,
CLEVELAND AND COLUMBUS
Dayton, O., March 29.-r-Sunrise to-,
day, the sixth of the Dayton flood dis
aster, brought" home to the- authori
ties the absolute necessity for quick
and effective work to prevent pesti
lence. Outside help, particularly" that of
experts in sanitation, is" needed if the
fight against disease' is to be a win
ning one. - -
All water save that brought in from
other cities is polluted. Every heap '.
of debris is a disease-breeding possi
bility. Authorities are unable to make
anythingjike an accurate estimate of
the dead. Yesterday it - was not
"thought the totaI"death list would'be
over 250. 'Undertakers of the city
claim this is entirely too conserva
tive. Cleveland, O., March 29. The
waters are nearing normal, and
whilethe -cities are busy succoring
the living and burying-the dead, the
great business centers' are working
comprehensive plan for rebuild
ing. The danger of pestflenceis still
The Ohio river is on aJ rampage,
and floods are feared in Cincinnati,
Evansville and Cairo, 111. In Cincin
nati and' Covington, directly across
.the river, over 100 city blocks are in
Columbus, O., March 29. Bodies
of 67 flood victiins. have been recov
ered. Thirty-eight of thein have been
" Movements of relief trains from
Columbus to Dayton was halted
again today because the Urbana rail
road bridge sank two feet. , ,
Efforts are being made to get re
lief trains"' Into Zanesville, which
seems to have-suffered severely. One
train h'as already reached the city.
Looters have been busy in the flood
section during ;the last two nights.
Edward MeKinley was shot dead by a
.-squad of soldiers detailed to hunt
thieves on the west side of the river.
Berlin. A bill has been adopted In- "
creasing the German army by over
125,000 officers and privates.
Spencer, Neb. Clifford' Rhor,
Brooktown, attemptedttf. hold up ,
First National bank atwaper. Shot
and killed by city marshal.
Springfield, III. Mrs. Lu'cile
Bridges todayicalled onGov.. Dunne t
and asked him to pardon Evelyn Ar-
thur See, the cult Jeader, who sen
der sentence in Chicagofof the al
leged abduction of -Mrs. Bridges'
daughter Mildred. Dunne refused to
consider the matter at tMstimq.