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Decided By Arbitration

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Parent Issue
Day
21
Month
December
Year
1894
Copyright
Public Domain
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Clh Ei.AXD, Dee. áo. - The question of BonUnulng the ditïeroutial of 15 cents in avur of the minors of the Massilon disrict hus been decided against the minere. Father" Kuhn. tlie minors' arbitrator, ïixed his signature, but did not agree. 'ho arbitrators abolish the heretofore exsting differential of lö cents and place 10 Massillon district on the sanio basis os the Hocking Valley. It is doclared ïat tho operators have proven their abily to obtain men to man the minos for bO cents; that there is no reason why the creens here should be smaller than elsewhero; that the high prlce has excluded lassilon coal f rom tho lake traüe; that, eing harder, the coal has a greater perentage of lump, and that it is no moro iflicult, all things considerad, to mine Inssillon coal tlmn any other. The verdict hiis created tho greatest exitemont ut Massillon, and thore is a great isappointment to the minors wlio o.ouilently ezpectcd at least l5 cents, as they ïad been offorwl that prioe as u comproliso before iho suiunlssion of thequeaion to Die b iaul ei limitlon. "Katiior" vuhn says tho V ■■'■■ huil their case well prepared vvj; ,eut.y ol proof of all they elatmtxl, kik) viih evldence in rebut tal of tho ... rh.' minora, whlle the latterhada i d.ly prepared oüso wfth no evidoüoo in rubui

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Ann Arbor Argus
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