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WILL BIS BIZ PUT PHONE DEAL OVER?
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper , Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 4, Ma 224 Chicago, Saturday, June 19, 1915
HOYNE TO ARBITRATE
FOR THE CAR MEN
Stage All Set For Last Move In Settling the Street Car.
Situation Sheean for the Bosses Mayor the
Third Mart dnd Umpire,
State's Attorney Maclay Hoyne
"Will represent the union street car
men on the arbitration board.
Jas. M. Sheean, corporation law
yer, will represent the companies.
Mayor Wm. Hale Thompson will be
the third man and umpire.
Hoyne was chosen by the. car men
chiefs after a conference this morn
ing. Sheean was named by the sur
face and elevated lines heads last
night Mayor Thompson's name
was decided upon at the memorable
meeting in the mayor's office last
Union car men are elated at hav
ing Hoyne to represent them. They
feel they are going to be represented
by-a man who has punch and back
bone as wen as the knowledge ne
cessary to make an ideal representa
tive. They know that Hoyne will be
in the game from the drop of the hat,
that he will be tireless in his efforts
to get for the men what is their just
The arbitration board will get
down to business early next week. It
will decide the question of pay and
of the length of time the men shall
be employed before getting the max
Now they get from 23 at 32 cents
an hour and must work five years be
fore obtaining the maximum. They
ask 33 to 36 cents, with but one
year's work to get the maximum.
Before they agreed to arbitrate the
companies -promised that the hooks