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BIG F100D SWEEPS INTO LIMA, OHIO
HOUSE FLOATS AWAY; BUILDINGS SUBMERGED
R. R. GETS A PERMIT; CALLED TERMINAL STEAL '
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL 4, NO. 246 Chicago, Friday, July 16, 1915 3
BIG VICTORY FOR THE
STREET CAR MEN
Men Get Practically Qverything They Asked For Com."'
pony Will Not Take Case Into Court Employes
to Get Million More in Salaries,
The street car men are going to
get, through the arbitration board,
practically- everything they asked of
the company before they went on
In every car station in the service
today there were cheers for Maclay
Hoyne and Wm. Hale Thompson,
members of the board who voted for
concessions to the men. The men
Here is just what the arbitration
board did for the men:
Men asked for maximum pay of 36
cents an hour. Will get 35 cents an
hour this year and 36 cents there
after. .- Men, asked '33 cents an hour roink
mum wage. Will get 26 cents this'
year and 17 cents an hour thereafter.
Men asked reduction of wage grad
ing period from five years to one
year. Cot reduction to four years.
Men asked for 8-hour workday on
Sundays. Got rt
Men asked that night trainment get
$3 pay for 8 hours' work. Got it
Men asked 10 minutes' allowance
for turning in receipts at end of day.
Get 7 minutes.
Men asked 3 to 5 per cent increase
for shop employes. Get it.
Besides the above grants by the ar-.
bitration board, the company agreed
the day before arbitration proceed
ings started that it "would increase