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EXPLAINS BONUS
TOR NAVY YARD
Because of Confusion on
| Point, H. G. Wernimont
Outlines $240 Plan. ,
?, Haary G. vVern.mont. President of
.the Navy Yard Union of the Interna
tional Brotherhood of Foundry Em
-?loye?. has given the following ex
. .a.anation of the *B?V> bonus ror govisrn
?letTt employes as It alTecta per diem
...worker? in the Navy Tard.
**- Mr. Wernimont .s article was prompt
.!?? by wide confus on exlatina in the
>l^?vy Tard on this point.
Kaa-alaaatis-a ?t am?.
**S'mmlmT\ '*"* to ,l*' S" ?mm T-ssrsar? in the
^ waahiaas*? SasT Tant a ?v-niis ?- en a? ln
areaeerl com in ?a tion for thalr srark ia the narr
jarA tre thr seer ?naninc. July I. I?*.?. "They
Sr? ?sot rr??i?.n? thai bnana. wtth bat 1rs. ??.
jeiaifan?, bee??-?? ftunur? taaniel? aad thr La
tBo? Board ar? will-holding ??-quiearrnca to th?
Bes-went ot same.
!a?*ct,on T. ot ihr limerai Salan 1-ro.taiena ot
Aha L?aisl?ti?. Art ?pprn.rd March 1. 191? pro
tide? the foUosri-uj
/ ?'?a-etioa T. THAT AU. CIVILIAN EM
PT-OTES <W THE ?.?'. I.HVMKNT Or TUB
I'MTE-f? STATES AND THI D18TB1CT OF
???-G???? WHO RECEIVE A TOTAIa OF
?Oatrsse-vTiON at the rate op ?3,500
>r-B ANSVM OR LESS. EXCEPT A8
rsTHtOlWISE PBOV1DED IN THIS ?OK
rtOS. SHALL? RE.-E3VE. DCRINO THE
"flSCAL. TEAR ENDINO JfNE J) 1?*?. AI>
DmOSAL? COMPENSATION AT THE BATB
Or tub PER ANNIM
rRtrviDfT?. Timi nach mplojt. aa racairm a
total af aaaual ?s*su*a?*?i?at>oc? at a rat? more
""?Ann ICJR*? aad baa than 8.740 ahall -rceis? art
'**fitio?*aaJ ror?prriaaiifin at auch ? rat? per annum
'?? may b? narr-aarT to make their ?alar???, ptua
their add.tion?l comprssaation, at 'he rat? ot
Oi'O per ?nnum. ?nd no ampio.? shall rrceisa
additional rnmprsveation under toi? section ?t ?
tat? ?hich ia mora than SO ter centum ol th?
rate of th? tasUl annual cusnpenaation rrcrised
irr ?uch ?ii'k?f. :
PROVIDE!. n'RTH ER. Tb?t ?ber? ?m rai
???Ui?e ia the aa? ? ice on June 30, itit. baa receisrd
-turrn? the flacal jsaar. ??*?, 'ar ?hall l-aceire ?Tur
~Me the laca1 rear. Wt?. AN INCREASE liF
BAlaART at ? rata in r*c?-ae ot $200 per annum.
or ?hare an emptose. ?rhetbar -*r**sin?ia!y la th?
faarrle? ar not. ha? entered th? arme? une?
NASTY COLDS ARE
RELIEVER AT ONCE
"PapeL-j Cold Compound" Tnea
Breaks Up a Cold in a
Few Hour?.
Don't stay ?tulTed-up! Quit blow
in*; and ?nuffllng! ? doae of "Papr's
Cold Compound" taken every two
hour? until three dose? are taken
usually breaks up a severe cold and
? ad? aft grippe ml?ery.
The very flr?t doae opena your
elogj-ed-up nostrils and the air
?passages of the head: stops nose
running; relieve? the headache,
dullness, feverishness, ?neezln-r,
soreness and stiffness.
"Pape'? Cold Compound" is the
quickest, ?ureat relief known and
costa, only a few cents at drug
?torea. It act? without assistance.
taste? nice, contains no Quinine?
Insist upon Pape's.?Adv.
Jim? tt. 159$. wb-Hher smjeh ?npkrje has recel?-*d
u INHUCAdS KN ?-??a?? of not. sutb em
piwse sbsii be panted tbe lutrimd com,<t--i
tie? pro??id?ail bmtmio, only whee sad -f??. Um
' cmittcatioa of the per-erm in tb? leglsUtive
' N-mecii or tbe heed ot tbe dr part ment or ea
UMishssent em pic y ? ne. euch persons of tbe ability
end qttaUficatlona .-eiwnaJ to euch entptofe? ss
mouA .Justify each tntjeeeed compenaation.
Pieces.->ifc Pay.
i provided .thther. that th? in
creased compensation provih-l-d in
THI* -wajimciN TO EMPLOYER WHOMlfi
{ PAT IS ADJUSTED riHMl TIM ? TO TlMB
THRiPl'iiH WAUK BOARDS OR SIMILAR
j ?? TH-MtlTY SHALL? BE ????? INTO
| < >\N<, PKRATION BY BXJCH WAU BOARDS
OB SIMILAR ACTHOBJTT IN ADJUST! NO
;tbb pay or such employes
Such employee a? are rirai?, oa p?ceeerork,
) or th? hour, or at^per di-eaa ratea, t? otl-erwiaa
? aotlUed to i-wceive the additional coaapcaaattoo
I *batl receive the eaaw at the rate to which
. the* are entitled ia thia eertlon when thir fixed
j rat?? of pay for the resalar woiidag hours and
oa the baaia of 513 -tia?? In tha aald aacal year
1 would anKMint to 13,300 or laaa:
? l*BOVIDED. THAT THIS METHOD OF
(COMPENSATION SHALL NOT APPLY TO
jANY PER DIEM KaIPLtOYKS RBtU I.ARLY
I PAID A PBB DIBM FUR EVERY DAY IN
. THB TEAR.*?
j Sectaoa ? proeideo that where an employe haa
i-aoelTed during the Sensi year, 1ft?. aa laoraee
I of aalary at a rate la axceea of %%*) per annum,
1 auch emperrye i> wit entitled to tbe bonua of
I Co? per annum, anlaaa ceni fled therefor, by tha
| head o? tbe depertmeet or establishment, etc..
? but t*ate part of said iMiitm i-efere solely to em
' 11* yt? employed on a talar, bate?, payable
? nmnthty. or annually, and dooe not apply to
| iboa? whaae pay la adjusted froat time to time
? through wage boards or who are regularly paid
a l-er diem (or every day hi tha yrar. Tha tana,
J additional compeoaation, la one thin?:, and tbe
increaai of aalary at a rate la excess of tat* ,or
annum, ia another and relates cutely to tha em?
ploys? whoae ?romperieation ii based on a aalary
and not on a per diem wa.se baaia.
Salary la tha recompense, pay, or cooaideration
I paid or aeread to ba paid to a person periodi
I rally for bis auitcea, usually a fixed mm to ba
[?aid hy the year, half yaar. quart? yaar. or
monthly. When paid at ahortor Interrale it la
termed wages. Thus Secretary Daniela i-eceivea
a aalary. while a machlnlat. molder, aandbUster.
! or hod-carrier working under him in the navy
yard i-ecej-rre ?agen
A aslary is one thing. Naces ?* another. The
t ealaried employe haa a pe>nnan*->)t position, fixed
; and aettlcd and receives hia aalary monthly, or
! yearly, while tbe per oiero worker rec-iivea hia
wages by tbe day. Mire only cf a job the morn
ing he steps into tbe arena, and begins bla work,
never knowing wti-ether the close of bis day will
Vraie bim a holder of hia ?tub or send him out
to find another. He ia a wage worker and there
la as much difference la the position of the two
as there ia difference between tight of day and
that of night.
Bave- Yard.
The following paragraph of sretion 7, relates
to all the i*r diem tOLrioret of tbe Nary Yard,
rr-g-ularly paid a per diem for every day in
tha year:
"PROVIDED FURTHER. That tbe ln
eswtAtrd compensation provided in this aeetlon
to employee whose pay Is .vdjnsted from time
to time through wage boards rr similar author
ity ahall be taken into o-nii'lrratioo by auch
I wage boards or similar authority In adjusting
! the pay of such emptoyea.''
The salary proTuaona in the first paragraph
of Section 7. la that In whirl? Secrrtary D-aoitHs
bss diSFTfTionary powers in allowing the in
cTvaaed coaipenawton of S9tO, in preferential
? cases where the employe has also i-eceivi-d $200
I increase In salary within tbe period mentiont-d.
hut hia authority tn eierciaing tliacrftion ends
with salary workers and it is not It bim to
my whether tbe wage workers In t he Navy
Yard shall, or shall not. have the* bonus.
The Congre-w of th?? t'nited States and Prosi-?
dent Wilson ?-??? t.-d their right and title to it
and Mt no d.-rn?ti'?n of this right to their
superiors to withhold it or hocus poo?* It awa*.
Tbe above quoti-d paragraph leo-rid??. that the
increased c-r-mpeniaUon (meaning iDcreaaed com
pensation ???). pffoeidad in this Section to
?mi'lrv?? whos?*- nay i* adjusted from time to
rime -through wage boards or similar authority
?hall be taken into cooaideration by such wage
boards or vmiir authority in adjusting the
??t of P.rh rmtiwOye, and this is made and
becomea a mandatory matter of auch wage '
board, without discret ion, and it is the duty of
the wage board fixing and adjusting the wages
of the employes of tb? Nary Yard to take said
ir-TTrased comprnaation into consideration and
allow it to the employee of the Navy Yard
whose ?ages, as a wage board, they haie fixed
an a prr diem be-i.?* as an inn-ease to the daily
wfeediile of ??t from the first day of July. 1J1*. .
Lrt me oall your attention to the last anil j
DANIELS DOES.
NEVE.? t>t~EH KNOWi,
t? lose mis-temper.
13 AN ARDtlNT
PROHIBITION I ST
JOSEPHU5 X?ANIELS
KNOWS TH',NEW3lV\PEPsGAME
/?.1.WAY.S WEAR** ?
?STRING BOW Tit ;
concludine paragraph nf Section 7 of nid Iugu
lati t* Art:
l'or Kt-Kuliir Kn^loira.
"PROVIDED, That this method of compula
tion ?hall not apply to any per diem employe?
regularly paid a ?*t diem for every day Id th?
jear."
I contend, neither Recretsry Daniel? nor th?
wag? board hare discretion m thia matter. It
ITuvidee tlie increaaed comi-rnist?ou -hall l*
taken into con^idr-ratJon and doe* not restrict
the employe? whoa? pay I? fixed by the wag?
\r mr? and who work on t-pw diem baaia from
participating in auch tnrteawd compensation
viti? during the year 1*19 or 1190 ihall hav?
received an inerva?? in wage? of WO or mor?.
It pro-rid?? for th? increased mmpgnaation and
etite? the method of computation to detcnun?
whether tueh laborer or employe haa received
s?. much a* 150? per annum, or le??, aliali
not apply tn any pi r diem employe regularly
pm?a a per diem for every day in th? year.
The last adjustment of wages of prr diem
worker? by the wage hoard in th? ? it ? Yard
became effective about October 1. 19li. The
Nt.ui or increased comnenmtion of t-*> ???
approved^br Congress about March 1. 1919. Tl?
wage board about Ortober 1. .915. promulgated
the same wage whedule that became effective
October 1, 1911. Ther did not at that time mm
ply with the mandai?? of Congre?? and allow
the bornia or incrraaed ccwnpen>?atk>n to the per
diem worters (p the Navy Yard aa tha penerai
prcvisaions of the las-giilative Act providea
HLNRY (? VVBRSIMONT.
Washington. D. c,
Ortober 3, ?19
Coal Dart for Firing.
? *oal rtuM fnisnc'! Into nriquettea.
or small brick. is what the French
uae fop flrinc purposes.
Owners Defy Threat
To Widen Ship Strike
New York, Oct. a.?Private ateam
?hip owners today declared their in
tention of defyina the warning of
Thomas I.. Delahunty, president of the
Marine Affiliation, that the longahore
men's strike would be extended to the
marine engineer? If employer? at
tempted to have men transported to
work by tugboats and other harbor
craft.
Frederick Toppln, vice president of
the International Mercantile Marine,
declared hi? Arm would emptny long
shoremen to move cargoes regardless
of whether lh. y belondued to the
union or not.
The Cunard liner Msuretania and
the French liner I.a Touralne were
arheduled to aall tonight. Neither
veasel carried much freight and pas
senger? loaded their own baggage.
Sac to Eajoia Dry Enforcement.
New York. Oct. 29.-Suit for a ten?
porary injunction to restrain the Col
lector of Internal Revenue from put
ting into effect the prohibition en
forcement law waa (lied in Federal
Court today by the Wholeial* l.lquor
Dealer?' Association of the State of
New York.
L
THE TOWN CRIER.
A Hallawera ?tsar, arili ha alvra
at tba Young Men'? Hebrew Asso
ciation, Eleventh and Penn?ylv?nla
avenue nortbweat, tonight 'at t
o'clock.
Aa ajara rehearsal will be rei
ducted at War Camp Community
Service Club. No. I, fll Tenth
street northweat, tonight at > t
o'clock.
A ?aaee will be ttivea at War
Camp Community Club.' No. f. (IS
Tenth ?treat nortbweat, tonight
? d?arr -arili 'ka alveo at War
Camp Community Service Olrl?'
Club. Ill Seventeenth street." to
night at t o'clock.
A daarr will be givra aadrr th*
direction of the Knight? of Colum
bus at the K. of C. Hut. Washing
ton Barrack?, tonight at t o'clock.
t.lrla' alght will be vhcM at tbe
Blue Triangle Recreation Center,
Twentieth and ? ?treet? northweat,
tonight. ? ,
A baad ?aaaert will be el"? to
day by the Third United State? Cav
alry Band. Post Hospital. Fort
Myer. Vr.. 4 until S p. m.
A ?aarr will be -rim at THaHr
Pariah Hall. Third and C ?treet?
north*? rst, tonight at ?. o'clock.
A elanre win be ?lira loal??t
at Thomson Community Center,
Twelfth and L ?treet? northwest.
S 40 until 11 o'clock.
There ?nil be a ?.??il?? ot the
Mount Holyoke Alumnae Aacocla
tlon. College Women's Club, 1S2I
I street northwest, tonight at I
o'clock.
A private Haltawaea -aar?> will be
rrivea tonight at Blue Triangle Ree
John
Greenleaf
Whittier
Wrote:
We search the world for
truth; wc cull
The good, Ihe pure, the
beautiful ?
From graven stone anil
written scroll.
From all old flower fields
of the soul
And, weary seekers of the
best.
We conic back laden from
our quest.
To find lhat all the sages
said
Is in The Book our mothers
read.
THE HERALD
Will Print the Bible
[Our Mothers'Bible]
As a Serial
reatlon Center, Twentieth and ?
streets northwest.
A man lac at the ??ar?atl?a Clah
for Adulta, Southeast Community
Center, wilt be bald at tha Tyler
School, Eleventh aad G ?treet?
?outheaat. tonight at ( o'clock.
raaaaj-lvaala ioeUty will a? cri
tomorrow at S ? m. at tha Thorn
aon School, Twelfth and I? at reata
northwest.
Waablatglaa ? harter ?f the Aaarr
ican Association ot Teacher? of
Spanlah will meat Saturday at I:1S
p. in. at Oeorge Washington Uni-'
versity. LOIS o ?treet northwe?t.
The (afelrasa dab af the Wash
ington laudge of Elk?, No. li. will
hold a Halloween dance tonight at
* o'clock.
Mala* State A?a*eta<lea wUI atea*
Saturday it I p. a at tba Wilson
Normal School. Eleventh and Har
vard street?'northwest.
?telealcal ?.?ciriy af Waablaartaa
will meet Satt'rday at I p. m In
the new ascembly hall of the Cos
mo? Club.
The Irish (Gaelic ? I aaaaagta Claaa
will meet regularly hereafter oa
Thursday night? at S o'clock In tha
McKinley Manual ? ranting Sehaol.
Rhode Island avenue and Seventh
street northwest.
Caadalt Bead rulare*' Aaaeete
tion will meet tonight at t o'clock
at St David's Parish Hall. Conduit
toad near Nebraska avenue.
The Neveaaber aaretlaa: af thr
Chamber of Commer?a ?II be held
at Rauscher'?. Connecticut avenue
? nd I. ?treet?. on November 11.
Senator Spencer, of Ml?sourl. will
be a ?peak?r. Member? of the Dis
trict Conjrreeaional committees have
been invfted.
A BMeHaa; ?f the W*?aa?
Party, of which Ml?? Jaae Ad
la president, wlU be held at th*
bota* of Mra. Thorn paon Burch. 1?7
Coanacticute ?venue. Saturday at I
p. m.?
A aneti a?? *f th* Thar? day S*??.
la? Club, Mr?. George Sicker, pres
ident, will be held tonight at ?
o'clock la the lecture room af All
Soul?' tnitartan Church.
Waaalaatea Caaal, Milu? W**d
men of America, will bold Ita re-ru
lar Informal ?eml-monthly dance
tomorrow at I p. m at th* Old Ma
aonlc Temple.
Navy Yard News
IaouB-e Jai-vt?. of the boiler ?hop.
returned lo stock after a abort con
finement to her borne with a aevvr?
cold.
? vasit* of Mr. and Mrs. H. O.
Brown, of Chicago, waa a aurai an
to their eon. Charlea, of th? mlacel
laneooa.
J. H. Crouthers of the weat gun
carriage ?hop I? enjoying a few dey?
In Philadelphia
William Wheeler, of the foundry.
I? ?pending a week of hi? lea-re
gunning In Eastern Maryland.
Charlee Croas, of the breech mech
anism shop. 1? ?pending a few day?
in Richmond on a bualnee? trip.
Gene Rellly. of the boiler ?hop of
fice, ha? acoept?sd a position with the
Treasur/ Department
C. R. Murray, of the miecellaneou?
! arlan, ama armrnauta? hi? oar .
I pr??? ralla?, for a trip I?, ?ai. ?Van.
?a ?????????????.
I?*aa D. G*??. t. th? prmma tatth.
' *m ?agkt-pMad xaaby tor.
WUatM. at atop U -a*?? a?.
? ?Saas to ato nata* ay "
U ?-mp>?T?tlaYs rapMIy. "?!
H. A. Bowta ita. rataraad to ih
?sut ?run carri?*, atop aftar sa c?
trndr?? stay with rrlatlT*? ta raton
erm I*rnn??l?.nl?
W. E. M.rtln. af th. 'raa?al.
mouR? ahou. 1? . -nJo> in? ? f?? ?tor
with fri?..? In t^ltriwor?
Ftos?JaaMaf CTO.a. of th? tata?] ?hat
obtator?! Maryland operata-*- paia.?
?aad ta?, l'or hl? r???? ia??t.rr;H.
la ?nrarctat Ion or man? an ???-?.yabl
trip thaj fall.
1. .L. w.u.ce. of tat. binai-I
rnount .hop. haa rrlurar?) t. arar
alter a much-nrr?jr?j rrwl
-HAHV- farxaw-r ?a 11 IllttoHia.
?ava???, roar ola .hora ato rou
mon??'.?Adir.
TtHK. TAi.i? ?>r twi? rmwK
ajOORFT? ft?ttEl THEATaKK
Painless Dentistry
Absolutely
ar
Tke ART of PA1NLESSNESS a mj office ?? coatnbuted
hy three fac?an.
/UtiUi ,
$5.00 op
Finrt, SPECIALIZATION Secatid, ExteaaWe Obtm-adiag Metho?? Tkird. Caref ulne?, aad Sj?pithj
for tha Patini.
The indifference of dentists generally to the pain they inflict is hard to explain. It is due
many times to lack of sympathy. It is sometimes due to haste; it often comes from ignorance?
dental colleges, strangely enough, teach little on the subject, and it is seldom discussed in dental
societies. Whatever the cause, the fact remains that most dentists are careless about the pain
their patients suffer. But in my office I attach unusual importance to this subject, partly because
my own teeth are extremely aensitive, and operations have always been a serious affair for both
the dentist and myself. Naturally, I have been ?.tidying for years to make it as painless as pos
sible. For years I have been able to eliminate pain, and in 00% of all cases by simply usine; local
remedies I am able to operate absolutely painleaa, and it must be borne in mind becauae of my repu
tation I get the worst teeth to treat. In extremely sensitive teeth and very nrrvou? patients I
use a method called Analgeaia- It makes the patient entirely insensible to pain, though wide
awake and conscious of everything that is done.
I am aware of the prejudice which exists against dentists who use the "iirintrr-' ink." for I
once had it myself. Perhaps you share in that prejudice and make tlir mistake of classing ni?
with many of the unscrupulous dentists who advertise. I cannot blame you if you do, but my
methods, guaranteed work and reputation put me in a claaa to myaelf. Call and be convinced.
All examinations free.
LADY ATTENDANT ALWAYS IN WAITING
Eiaminatto? Free
DR. S. B. JOHNSTON
Painleaa Dentist
Velati Building 9th ud G Su. N.W.
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