conductors and railway trainmen demanding a 20% increase in wages
were refused flatly by the eastern group of railroads. It was agreed by
both parties, however, to take their dispute to the new Board of
Mediation as soon as President Coolidge appoints it. Thus will the
strike-preventing machinery of the railway-labor bill recently passed
(TIME, May 24) be promptly put to use and test.
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