East Liverpool Evening Review
Tuesday, September 21, 1915
POTTERY GIRLS WALK OUT AT T. S. & T. PLANT
Several girls employed at the Taylor, Smith & Taylor pottery quit work yesterday afternoon, expressing their dissatisfaction at a scale reduction of approximately 25 per cent on piece work. The places vacated were filled by others this morning, and the matter is practically ended, according to the statement of the pottery manager.
The girls, it is said, had been receiving wages at the rate of four cents a dozen and were offered three cents.
Contributed by Jackson Edward Wilson