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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 17 July 1915

I 1 I The Labor Advocate "4 Pi4PHe FOP ,4LL WHO TOL" Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity CINCINNATI, OHIO, JULY 17, 1915 INDEPENDENT NONPARTISAN C cc te Vol. III. No. 13 , - Liability Companies Seeking u To Regain Stranglehold On Workmen3 s Insurance h-C jMake Determined Effort to Have Rules of Ohio Indus trial Commission Changed to Enable Them to Evade Provisions of Compensation Law Movement is Opposed by State Federation of Labor. The liability insurance companies, whose business in Ohio was practically wiped out by the Workmen's Compensa tion Law, passed in the early dajs of the Central Assembly of lUH), and who were quiescent for a time, have renewed their efforts to regain a foothold in the state and arc pushing their claims with every power at their command. Today (Saturday, July 17) they will file a brief with the State Industrial Commission urging that the rules of the commission be so modified as to permit them again to do business in th...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 17 July 1915

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Hustling Town " Only Built Memphis, Tenn. Mound Uayou, Boli var county, Miss., is an exclusively negro town, carved from the virgin forests of hardwood and cane. Isaiah T. Mont gomery founded the town 27 years ago. A party of his relatives and friends braved the panther, hear, wolf and other wild animlas which infested liolivar county at that time and labored with him in dragging a surveyor's chain through tanglewood for the town site. Foremost among these pioneers were Henjauiin Titus Green, J. P. T. Mont gomery, Simon Gaiter, W. T. Montgom ery, William Simmons, William II. Granger, Perry Strong and 1!. J. Ar rington. In casting their lot at this" point the colonists selected what proved the center of the largest cottoii;ijrbdlfcing county in the world. The soiUis black loam in the higher parts a'mPstfcky, dense black land in thclower parts. The loam pul verizes easily and is almost ideal for cotton raising. It also produces pas ture crops. The black land is the ...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 17 July 1915

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Feats of Strength Performed by Motorman If there is any man in this country who lias reason to believe that Motor man Frank L. Greene of the Uroadway Columbns avenue line, New York, should he separated from his self-given title of champion lightweight strong man of the United States he is yet to he heard from. Motorman Greene has been waiting three years now for a rival claimant of the title to show up, but none has appeared. With as little ado as possible he has been comparing his record with those held by other strong men, only to dis cover in the end that he outclasses them all. He thinks, however, that there may possibly be some chap in the backwoods whose prowess has won for him the same title. If such be the case Motor man Greene wants to meet this chap and decide once and for all who's who and why. "It's this way," says he in his mild manner. "I'm not the- kind to strut around like a peacock. I'm just an ordi nary working man, as you see, work ing i nours a...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 17 July 1915

THE LABOR ADVOCATE The Labor Advocate A PAPER FOR ALL WHO TOIL Olllclnl Orpin of The Itulldliig Trades Council of Cincliiniiti and Vicinity Issued Weekly W. E. MYERS Editor lluslncss Oflicc, 34 Thorns IJuildlng I'lionc, Canal SS11 Communications should be on lianil not later than Wednesday to insure publication. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered at the otofTicc at Cincinnati, O., as iccond-class mail matter. .nJgSg&s Cincliiniiti, Ohio, .Inly 17, 115. WELL MERITED REBUKE. Joseph A. Cullcn, president of the Cincinnati Building Trades Council, took a stand on the neu trality question, at the meeting of the Central Labor Council Tuesday night, that is far more illuminating than his brief hut decidedly pointed remarks appear to he on the surface. Mr. Cullen took the floor in a debate on the proposal of a dele gate from the Labor National Peace Council, George V. Hope, of Columbus. Mr. Hope had sub mitted a resolution declaring that as a means of observing strict neutrality in the...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 17 July 1915

!ES is- THE LABOR ADVOCATE "SHJHEESsHSS! 7o;o Sides to Charles Schaengold Tells Conviction on Dishonest Charles Schaengold, of Charles Schaengold & Hros., proprietors of well known clothing stores located at Fifth and Plum streets and 4'S.i and 427 Vine street, was fined $10 in Municipal Court Wednesday on a charge of vio lating the honest advertising law. Mr. Schaengold pleaded not guilty to the charge. The fine was suspended. As Mr. Schaengold handles one of the most widely known makes of men's ready-to-wear clothing in the country, a strictly union make, the Hart, Schaffner and Marx brand, The Labor Advocate has received many letters from union men of Cincinnati asking for the basis of the charge. In order to answer these queries of our correspondents, Mr. Schaengold was seen by a Labor Advocate reporter and asked for his version of the case. lie said. "In the first place the charge was brought by the Retail Merchants' Asso ciation and later was backed by the Chamber of Comme...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 17 July 1915

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Munitions Law to Rule Both Capital and Labor British Employers Must Not Declare Lockouts Nor Workers Go on Strike Until Board of Trade Con siders Case Measure Has Wide Scope. FAVORS SEAMEN'S LAW; OWNERS' PLEA EXPOSED BY WASHINGTON POST Why Not Make Free Trip to Frisco Fair London. The text of the munitions of war hill, introduced hy Mr. Lloyd George, i consists of three parts, comprising sev enteen clauses, with two schedules. Clause 1 enacts that the Hoard of Trade shall settle any dispute between employers and employes in defatdt of agreement by the parties concerned, and the award will be binding on both, fail ure to comply with the award will con stitute an offense.. Clause 2 provides that an employer shall not declare a lockout and an em ploye shall not take part in a strike unless the difference has been reported to the Hoard of Trade and one month has elapsed, and the difference has not during that month been referred by the Hoard of Trade for settlement. T...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 17 July 1915

THE. LABOR ADVOCATE if i I I Contracting Firms Who are Fair to Union Labor ART GLASS WORK. Contracting Finns Km ploying Mem bers of Art Glass Workers' Union, No. 9. Anchor Art Glass Co., 421 Elm St. Hcclccrmann, F. W. & Co., Murdoch Building. Riordan, G. C. & Co., 133 E. Fifth St. Kuckcl Art Glass Co., Sixth and Sycamore. ASBESTOS WORK. Contractors Who Employ Asbestos Workers. Union Armstrong Cork Co., Third and Main sts. Jolins-Manvillc, II. W.. Co., of New York, G0.r. Provident Itank Bldg. Kcasbcy & Mattison Co., 628 Main St. Kramig, K. E. & Co., Eighth and Egglcston avc. Wirthlin & Scallon, Third and Central ave. BRICKLAYING. Contractors Who Km ploy Union Hodearricrs and Building Laborers. Anders, John 1704 Harrison avc. Avery, Win. D., No. 37 lluildcrs' Exchange. ApcslolT Ilros., 440 Armory avc. llucchc, I... 1107 Hales avc. Brooks, & Hall, Hcrschcll avc., Hyde Par'. linker & Son, 437 Delta avc. Bell, A., Bcvis avc. Bockclmann, Henry & Son, S43 Kl...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 17 July 1915

8 THE LABOR ADVOCATE The Labor Advocate- Official Organ 34 Thorns Building. Phone Canal 5511 OFFICERS OF THE COUNCIL President Jos. A. Cullcn. Vice-President Phil. Fischer. Recording Secretary and Business Agent Fred Hock, 29 E. 12th St., Phone Canal 18G0. Financial Secretary and Treasurer Jos. Nolde. Warden Jas. McIIalc. Scrgcant-at-Arms Geo. Koch. Trustees Thos. Anderson, Philip Gasdorf and Harry Smith. Amalgamated Glass Workers, No. 9. Meets 1st ami 3d Fridays at 114 E. Court st. President, (o. Kccli. Secretary, .Harry James. Asbestos Workers' Union No. 8. Meets every Tuesday at 1313 Vine st. President, Chas. Cassidy. Secretary, Wm. Cook, 111 Kndlay st. Business Ae.cnt, John I.. Owens, 2374 Kemper lane. Phone, Canal 1164. ItrlilKi: H .Structural Iron Workers, No. 11. Meets every Monday at Central Turner Hall, 1407 Walnut St. President, Thomas OcariiiR. Business Aucnt, Thomas McKwcn, 29 E. Twelfth st. Phone, Canal 1800. Secretary, llert Wat-ncr. Cement Workers No. 52-1. Meets 1st ...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 24 July 1915

The Labor Advocate "4 PAPER FOR ALL WHO TOIL" Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity INDEPENDENT NON-PARTISAN i: Vol. HI. No. 14 CINCINNATI, OHIO, JULY 24, 1915 One Dollar a Year DC LJ 3 - CC tr co I Auditor's Figures Expose CO Extravagance of Governor Willis In State Affairs !-iJ .Report of State Official Shows That First Year of Re- publican Administration Will Cost Nearly $5,000,000 (j, More Than Last Year Under Governor Cox Treasury p Facing Big Deficit. r If additional proof were needed to show tlic taxpayers of Ohio that they were buncoed into voting for Frank 15. Willis, the small town statesman, for governor, it is furnished in ample and satisfying sufficiency by the published statement of State Auditor Donahey. Governor Willis 'made his campaign effective by constantly yapping, and proving, for 'that matter, that the Cox administration had been unduly extrav agant, and promising an economic ad ministration if the votes would only please ele...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 24 July 1915

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Would Jail the Chairman Walsh Says Congress Should Cite Them for Contempt if They Continue to Defy the Nation Also After Capitalist's Press Agent. Chicago. "If tile next Congress rep resents the people of the United States, its first act will he to cite hefore it John ID. Rockefeller, John ID. Rocke feller. Jr.. and Mackenzie King, their tool. And if these men continue to de fy the Nation they should he indicted for criire against the government and sent to jail." Frank P. Walsh, chairman of the com mission on industrial relations, made this declaration hefore several thousand men anil women at a mass meeting call ed to protest the trial and conviction of John R. Lawson. The demand that the Rockefellers ami their press agent he jailed was made in connection with the refusal of these men to answer certain questions put to" them while hefore the commission on in dustrial relations at Washington. "The case of I.aw.son is the case of the mine operators and the mine wo...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 24 July 1915

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Injunction Judges Roasted By Illinois Labor Leader , Zion City, Til. Secretary-Treasurer Olandcr, of the State federation of la bor, addressed a public meeting in the interest of lace makers who have been locked out and enjoined by court orders from calling on employes of the Mar shall Field lace factory "for the purpose of inducing them to leave their employ ment." Secretary Ok 'cr said these injunc tion judges substitute a form of per sonal government for government by law. He showed that law courts have invariably held that peaceful picketing during a strike to be lawful, but that regardless of such rulings the equity courts forbid such picketing and thus virtually set aside the law. The right to combine with others in the exercise of lawful personal rights, and to induce others to do likcwisc is upheld in the law courts, but is denied and forbidden in many instances by the equity courts. The right of trial by jury provided by the constitutions of both the Nati...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 24 July 1915

THE LABOR ADVOCATE The Labor Advocate A PAPER FOR AU. WHO TOIL Olllclal Orpin of. The Hiiildlng Trades Council of Cliiclimiitl mill Vicinity Issued Weekly W. E. MYERS , Editor Ilusincss OiTicc, 34 Thorns IluiUliiiB Phone, Canal 0511 Communications should be on hand not later than Wcdnesd.iy to insure publication. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered at the postofTicc at Cincinnati, 0 as sccond'dass mail matter. Cliicliiiiati, Ohio, .Inly 1M, 11)15. CRUELTY TO REFORMERS. A new league lias been formed which promises to put a crimp in that bunch of prominent and vo ciferous Ohioans who earn their daily bread and pay their talking expenses by inaugurating consti tutional amendments and invok ing referendums. It is known as the Constitutional Stability League, and its avowed purpose is to preserve at least the skeleton of the basic law of the State from the ravening wolves of reform. This new organization, whose iniiiiu is uii, ioni, give us a rest," is only a few weeks old, but already ...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 24 July 1915

Y THE LABOR ADVOCATE .h i l Organized Labor is Alert To Protect Workmen From Liability Insurance Sharks Ohio State Federation of Labor Takes Steps to Prevent Companies From Again Obtaining Foothold in Ohio Secretary Donnelly Points Out Threatened Danger to Laborers. I!y Tiios. J. Donnelly, Secretary-Treasurer Ohio State Federation of Labor. Responding to the demands of organ ized labor, tile 1010 General Assembly of Ohio, authorized the appointment by Governor Harmon of a commission to investigate the subject of Workmen's Compensation, and to report to the suc ceeding General Assembly. A majority and minority report of the commission was submitted. The minority report was made by lirothcr Wm. J. Winans, of the Railroad Trainmen, and a bill was drawn representing the' views of the Ohio State Federation of Labor. The events that transpired at that time arc now a matter of history, but it should perhaps be recalled to the wage-earners of Ohio that the voluntary workmen's compensation l...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 24 July 1915

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Some Friendly Germany The language of diplomacy differs from that of business. Responding to the latest German note in everyday com mercial terms, the president would be apt to make these inquiries, says the New York World. If, as Herr von Jagow says, Germany values so highly the ancient treaties be tween Prussia and the United States, still in force, why does it not respect them? In one of them it is written: "If one of the contracting parties should be engaged' in war with another power, the free intercourse and com merce of the subjects or citizens of the party remaining neutral with the bel ligerent power shall not be interrupted. Thus far the protests of the United States against Germany's invasion of neutral rights have been based altogeth er upon international law. The treaties between the two countries, beginning with that of ITS.'), cover nearly every point now in dispute, in plain words, and all of them have been disregarded by Germany. If, as Herr von J...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 24 July 1915

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Contracting Firms Who are Fair to Union Labor ART GLASS WORK. Contracting Firms Employing Mem-' lers of Art Glnss Workers' Union, No. 9. Anchor Art Glass Co., 431 Elm st. Hcckcrmann, F. W. Ss Co., Murdock Building. Riordan, G. C. & Co., 133 E. Fifth st. Itiickcl Art Glass Co., Sixth and Sycamore. ASBESTOS WORK. Contractors Who Employ Asbestos Workers. Union Armstrong Cork Co., Third and Main sts. Johns-Manvillc, H. W. Co., ot New York, cor, I'rovidcnt Hank Bldg. Kcasbcy & Mattison Co., 028 Main St. Kramig, It. E. St Co., Eighth and Egglcston avc. Wirthlin & Scallon, Third and Central avc. BRICKLAYING. 'Contractors Who Kmploy Union Hoilcurrlcrs ami Huilding Laborers. Amlcrs, John 1704 Harrison avc. Avery, Wtn. D., No. 37 Builders' Exchange. Apcsloff Bros., 440 Armory avc. Ilucchc, I.., 1107 Dates avc. Urooks & Hall, Ilcrschcll avc., Hyde Park. linker & Son, 487 Delta avc. 'tell, A., Ilcvis avc. Bockclmann, Henry & Son, 243 Klottcr ave. Ilrit...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 24 July 1915

s fe THE LABOR ADVOCATE The Labor Advocate Official Organ 34 Thorns Building. Phone Canal 5511 OFFICERS OF President Jos. A. CulItin:J Vice-President Phil. Fischer. -Recording, Secretary and Business Agent Fred Hock, 29 E. 12th St., Phone Canal 1800. Amalgamated Glass Workers, No. 9. Meets 1st and 3d Fridays at 111 E. Court st. President, Geo. Hccli. Secretary, Harry James. Asbestos Workers' Union No. 8. Meets every Tuesday at 1313 Vine St. President, Ciias. Cassidy. Secretary Wm. Cook, 111 Tindla) St. Business Agent, John L. Owcni, 2374 'Kemper lane. Phone, Canal 1154. ItridKO & Structural Iron Workers, No. 11. Meets every Monday at Central Turner Hall, 1407 Walnut st. President, Thomas Gearing. "Business A(?ent, Thomas McKwen, 20 H. Twelfth st. Phone, Canal 1800. Secretary, llert Wagner. Cement Workers No. C2'l. Meets 1st and 3d Tuesdays at Workmen's Hall, 1318 Walnut St. Corresponding Secretary and Husincss .Agent, Jos. Nold. 20 East Twelfth st. Phone Canal 1880. Composition ...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 31 July 1915

The Labor Advocate "i4 P.4PP FOP ,4LL WHO TOLL" Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity INDEPENDENT NON-PARTISAN Vol. III. No. 15 CINCINNATI, OHIO, JULY 31, 1915 One Dollar a Year X. 3J 1 IV i I W I M S&. SSB I' t Building Trades Council Eats, Drinks and Makes Merry at Annual Banquet Newly Elected Officers Tender Feed and Drink to Business Agents and Invited Guests. Out of Town Leaders Present and Local Talent Entertain With ( Song, Story and Vaudeville Stunts. sThe newly elected officers of the Cin cinnati Building Trades Council ten dered a banquet to business agents and other especially invited guests at the Auf Wiedersehen Cafe, Twelfth and Walnut streets, Thursday night. About sixty persons were present, in cluding many labor leaders from other cities of the State. The banquet was the annual affair which follows the year ly election. Anyone who "thinks that the man who works with his hands cannot lay aside the cares of life and enjoy himself...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 31 July 1915

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Supreme Courts Sustain Compensation Legislation Albany, X. V. The Court of Appeals lias placed New Vork anions those states that declare workmen's compen sation laws are both constitutional and necessary. The Southern Pacific Railroad attack ed the law, using the time-worn defense that it offended the federal constitution. A longshoreman employed by tile com pany in Xew York City was killed and a lower court awarded damages. The company insisted that the federal con stitution was outraged, as that historic document declares that property can not he seized without due process of law. The company include'! other rea sons why the longshoremen's widow and children should not receive dam ages. Among them was tax on inter state commerce and violation of the fed eral compensation act, which applies to emploves engaged in interstate com merce. Judge .Miller swept these defenses aside and held for the woman and chil dren in a decision that was concurred in by his associate...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 31 July 1915

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Australian Laborers Show i car men increase wages What Unions Accomplish Wellington, Xcw Zealand, Australia. tages the court gives them, and prob Tlic marine cooks and stewards asked ahly much greater advantages, if there the state arbitration court to order that ! were no court at all. The lesson that all their wages he increased, claiming that this teaches is that according to our the ship companies had practically main- ! economic strength shall vc win indus taiued the same rates for forty years. ' trial concessions." The union's representative made this plea to the hoard : i j,iilding Laborers' Union has heen lhcse workers at all times relied up- awarded a penny an hour increase in on me armtration court to rig it tneir W!lKCS 1)y the st.ltc arbitration court, CTilcngo Arbitration Hoard .Mnkcs Xotalile Decision, grievances, and had not, like other see tions of seamen, relied upon other me thods in the past. Yet the other sec tions had obtained recognition of t...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 31 July 1915

THE LABOR ADVOCATE The Labor Advocate A PAPER FOR ALL WHO TOIL Ollicliil Organ of Tin' Building Trntles Council of ChiciuniKi unci Vicinity Issued Weekly W. E. MYERS Editor llusincss Office, 34 Thorns Iluililing I'lionc, Canal 6511 Communications should be on hand not later than Wednesday to insure publication. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered at the poslofTicc at Cincinnati, O., as fccond-class mail matter. aseJ.70 Ciiulinmti, Ohio, July Jil, 1J)15. MINDING OTHER PEOPLE'S BUSINESS. This is the day of the public censor. From moving' pictures to private morals we are subject to a person, a board or a commission. One cannot go to sec a moving picture show until after the pic tures have been passed upon by a board which usually consists of a policeman, a suffragette and a preacher. No matter how artistic a theatrical performance may be, it is likely to be forbidden if it does not meet the approbation of the Ministerial Association of some jay town. The Anti-Saloon Leaguers say we s...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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