Foreign News: Strike Ended

At a meeting between employers' and workers' representatives at the Ministry of Labor in London, it was agreed to call off the Dockers' Strike (TIME, Feb. 25).

The employers agreed to grant the daily wage increase of 54¢ and to guarantee a minimum weekly wage. The terms of the agreement were complicated, however, by the insertion of a clause deferring payment of half the wage increase until June; consequently it was some days before a vote could be obtained from the men accepting the recommendations of their representatives.

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