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To the Local Contractors Doing Business in the Jurisdiction
of thjs District Council of Carpenters and Joiners :
We beg to notify you that on and after Nov. 1st. 1919, that a day's
work will be eight hours and the rate of pay will be 85 cents per hour,
all overtime shall be paid at the rate of time and one-half.'' All Legal
Holidays and Sundays shall be paid at the rate of double time. A fore
men shall receive $1.00 per hour and what is known as a closed shop
will prevail after the above named date.-
This District Council deems it necessary to thus notify every one
concerned as soon as possible for their own convenience and future con
tracts. . .
.Tours very truly, '
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
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Mrs. T. S. Richmond has returned
to the eitv aft.r a t. . . . . . .
-. ucii6in.iU1 eix weeKa
visit with friends and relatives in
Chicago. Chattanooga, Birmingham
and other points.
I orrest H. and Clyde J. Coons, who
are attending Palmer college, De
Funiak Springs, come with their team
to the footbaU game between Palmer
and Pensacolat Saturday, and will
spend the week eid with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coons.
W. B. Logan returns home Friday
after a short business trip to New
Mrs. R, L. McHenry, of Springfield.
lit-, is visiting in Pensacola with her
daughter and son-in-law. Judge and
Mrs. C. Moreno Jones.
Friends -of Mrs. Harry Kahn will b
glad to know .that she is reported as
improving ait'er having, undergone, a
recent operation at the Pensacoja nos
pltaL Dr. A. "VV. Miller left the first of the
week for New Orleans, where he is
attending the convention of the
National Dental Association.
Friends regret to learn mat Mrs.
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PENS A COLA - J OURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22,
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Charles B. Herv-ey is confined by ill
ness to her apartments at the Sari
Carlos. .... ,
' Miss Vlrgina Swindell, of Baltimore,
and Prince Frederick. Md.. v returns
home Friday after an extended visit
in Pensacola as the attractive guest
of Mp. and Mrs. Thomas A. Johnson.
304 "West Gadsden street.- During her
stay Miss Swindell enjoyed attending
the hops at the military and naval re
servations, the dinner dances at the
San Carlos, and was the- inspiration of
many charming social courtesies given
in her honor.
. Mr. and Mrs? O. R. Wilkins, of War
rington, left yesterday morning for
Jacksonville, motoring through the
country. After visiting, for . several
weeks in Jacksonville they will go to
the eastern coast to spend some time.
Mrs. John B. Tiller, accompanied
by her little daughter, Mary, left Mon
day night for Wewahitchka to attend
the funeral of her father, Mr. Thomas
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Spencer, whosV sudden death occurred
on Monday. -
Mr. C. R. Burgoyne, who has been
quite ill at his home on West Carden
street, is now convalescent, his frienda
will be glad to learn. .He expects to
be able to be out again in about ten
3. G. Ferryman died at the Pensa
cola hospital yesterday afternoon at
3)30 o'clock following an illness of
several days. The body will be taken
to Crestview this morning on the 6:15
o'clock train for burial. . Funeral ser
vices will be held . from the family
residence at 3 o'clock this afternoon
by Rev. A. W. Matthewson,' of Be
Funiak Springs. Mr. Perryman is sur
vived by his wife, one daughter. Miss
Bessie Perryman, of Crestview. and
one son, D. J. Kerryman, of Florala,
who were at his bedside and will ac
company the body to Crestview.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Howe of Ports
mouth. Va have returned home after
a delightful visit in Pensacola as the
guests of Mrs.' Howe's mother, Mrs.
Clara Caro at her home in "Warring-
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Mrs. Clarence Elebash and little
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P. Elebash, at ' their home or North
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Merwin and
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. pusenbury, who
are visitfng in Pensacola from Mont
gomery. ' leave this morning for a day's
l outing and fishing trip up the Escam
bia river, making the trip on Mr. Mer
win's pleasure, boat, the "Badger." Mr.
and Mrs. Dusenbury expect to return
to Montgomery where they are spend
ing the winter, the last of the week.
.Mr. 'J, W, Coons has returned home
after a ten days visit at points in
Texax " and Mississippi. He accom
panied Mr. J. P. Avera and daughter.
Miss Olive Avera on their return to
their "home in. Brown son, Texas. Miss
Avera who has been spending some
time in Pensacola with her aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coons, be
came quite ill and her father came to
Pensacola to accompany her home.
She has . quite recovered now her
friends will be glad" to learn. .
Mrs. Lizzie Rosenau, who makes her
home in Pensacola with her daughter.
Mrs. Max L. Bear, has returned to.a,reaa introduced, but others urged
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York City, as the guest of her daugh
ter, Mrs. J. Epstein, going there from
Atlantic City, where she spent the
summer with MrT and Mrs. Bear and
family. ' - -
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lean building where the conference
sits to present Ahe letter to Mr. Lane.
The brief session today, the chair
man said tne conference would not
finish its work and that the leaders of
the three groups capital, labor and
the public had decided to frame a
new and comprehensive .program, in
volving all industrial issues of a gen
eral nature. It was understood refer
ence to the specific issue that has
caused the present situation would be
While there was no talk of bolting
the conference, several members of the
labor group plainly were impatient.
Delegates in the public group, howev
er were confident the labor represen
tatives would not leave the conference
but would seek to press the advantage
gained through having succeeded in
to line with them on every important
issue thus far introduced.
. It developed today that the employ
ers are far from agreeing among them,
selves on a declaration regardnig col
lective bargaining despite their efforts
to reach a common understanding at
conference' yesterday and last night.
Some members of the group were Raid
to favor standing by the substitute
that a new proposal be submitted.
Among the resolutions introduced at
the session of the conference, this
morning was one by L. T. Loree, of
the capital group, urging a declaration
in favor of the employers furnishing
insurance policies covering the five
major hazards, sickness, accident, un
employment, superannuat Ion and
death. Mr. Loree said that such poli
cies would enable the insured to set
up an estate with the Initial payment
would relieve from the fear of want,
would give security and Independence,
and would ' encourage the habits of
Under a resolution by T. C. Atkeson,
a farmers'delegate in the capital group
the conference would declare in favor
of the right of farmers to form co-operative
marketing organizations in or
der to maintain the price of their pro
ducts. Timothy O'Shea of the Brotherhood
of firemen and englnemen took his
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said he had been unable to attend thj
conference heretofore owing to negoj I
nations wun ine rauroaa aaministra
UP IN DISORDER
Hoboken, N. ' J., Oct. 21. Riot ir
which several pistol shots were firec
broke out tonight in a meeting of th
longshoremen here which President
O'Connor of the International Long-:
shoremen's association,, after having
officially declared the strike at an end
appeared to urge the Hoboken striker
to return to work.: The meeting broke'
up in disorder. !
BUDGET BUREAU i
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Washington,. Oct.21. The house ' by;
a vote of two hundred eighty four to
two. today pased the bill creating a
two, today passed the bill creating ov
er alU the government departments,!
estimates. It now goes to the senate.1,
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