Music: Glad Stokowski

A treaty of peace has been signed; the orchestral war at Philadelphia (TIME, April 21, May 12) is over. Honor and pocketbooks—both are satisfied. Independent announcements of the settlement were issued by Arthur Judson, general manager of the orchestra, and Thomas M. Rivel, president of the local union of the American Federation of Musicians.

It was understood that the players would not get so large an increase in the minimum salary as they demanded ($75 per week), but that they had achieved a greater measure of control over the doings of the organization....

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