LABOR: Peace

After 19 weeks the Manhattan Garment strike ended amicably, and last week "outsiders" found the blocks from 14th Street to 23rd Street between Fourth and Sixth Avenues a little less congested by arguing workers.

The International Ladies Garment Workers Union and the Industrial Council of Cloak, Suit & Skirt Manufacturers Inc. signed a 36-clause agreement which binds the employes to give full work for their pay and the employers to have no business relation with non-union shops.

Workers will get from $30 weekly for basting skirts to $55 for making coats, reefers or dresses....

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