News from the wage-front last week included:
¶ Receivers for Winchester Repeating Arms Co. (New Haven, Conn.) cut wages from 5%, to 10%.
¶ Calumet & Hecla Consolidated Copper Co. slashed 10%, off the pay of underground and surface workers receiving more than $3.25 a day, 15%, off salaries above $200 a month.
¶ Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co. reported it was on a five-day basis, employing as many workers as possible. C. H. H. Franklin Manufacturing Co. (automobiles) closed for two weeks. C. A strike of 2,700 members of International Pocketbook Workers' Union resulted when...