LABOR: Potpourri

¶ In Pittsburgh, Secretary of Labor Davis addressed the 47th Annual Convention of the Amalgamated Association of Steel, Iron and Tin Workers. He recalled his 35-year membership, hailed the new day of cooperation between employer and employe, admonished the workers to "ease up on such strict rules" as charging the employer a full day's wage for a one-hour job.

¶ The Berwind-White Coal Co., big Pennsylvania operators who supply the Manhattan subways, reduced wages 20%. Workers have apparently accepted it on the grounds that the lower wage scale will permit regular operation...

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