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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 30 June 1917

i J'' ' 1 ' libia:-;y INDEPENDENT NONPARTISAN Property and Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Vol. V. No. 11 CINCINNATI, OHIO, JUNE 30, 1917 One Dollar a Year r'S'S r 4; f: .1 IV All Honor To Julius Fleischmann The First Citizen of Cincinnati, Who Promised To Raise a Million Dollars For the Red Cross and Exceeded It By Over Seven Hundred Thousand. Fleischmann Has Always Been a Real Friend of Organized Labor, Who Are Proud of His Success. Julius Fleischmann can well be given the honor of being the first citizen of the Queen City. It will be recalled that the former Mayor gave it out that he would raise a million dollars for the Red Cross. It was believed that, such a thing was 'im possible but he did it and raised over seven hundred thousand dollars in ex cess of that amount. It must also be remembered that the business of Mr. Fleischmann, Harry' M. Levy, the Freibcrgs, and others among the heaviest contributors, was is jeopar dy by federal enact...

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. — 30 June 1917

' manrnpTinvifT fwrniirt. - THE LABOR ADVOCATE U.i 1 Germany9 s Agents Under A New Name All the Undesirables Are Organizing Under One Head To Try and "Chinafy" America. New York, June 23. Projected upon lines similar in many respects to those of the Council of Workmen and Soldiers in Russia and the Workmen's Council of Leeds, England, the People's Council of America lias met with a spontaneous welcome from the radical, piogrcssive, labor unionist, socialist, agrarian and re from movement of the United States. Under the direction of an organizi'iiK committee with headquarters at 2 West Thirteenth street, New York City. The movement is taking shape m most of the States of the Union. The first meet ing of the Council will be held August Mi in a city yet to he named. In that Council will be represented various branches of the labor movement farmers' organizations, Socialist bodies, branches of the Socialist Labor party, single taxcrs, pacifists, anti-militarists, advocates of the repeal...

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. — 30 June 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE f I i ELIHU ROOT'S SPEECH To tliu Itiissimi Council of Ministers Was 11 Masterpiece He" Tohl Tlit'in In a Clear and St rniij;lit for ward Way What to Kxpvt't. The speech of Elilm Koot, head of the American Commission to Russia, ad dressed to the council of ministers, was in exactly the right tone. There was nothing patronizing in it, nor was there in it the least suggestion of a purpose to instruct the Russian people, or their new government, in their duty. Mr. Root did indeed tell them, and in a very clear and straightforward way, sonic thing of the nature of the American gov ernment and its history, and also of its purpose in entering the war. The ap peal was for complete sympathy and co operation between the two democracies in this gigantic struggle against autoc racy. "We believe," said the great American, "in the competence of the power of democracy, and in our heart of hearts abides faith in the coming of a better world in which the humble and oppressed of 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. — 30 June 1917

-1.1 1 , 1 THE LABOR ADVOCATE fwafwi"- f "irvrrrrr TV&rr nfif r t v "-. " wr ' ''""fiiFnory'wY " .-r-jjw INDEPENDENT irrilliijlj' jjl 1 1 II 1 1 1 ii JllIO lIT i I m 1 1 M 1 1 ill HON PARTISAN Msaj.N A PAPER FOR ALL WHO TOIL Official Organ of The Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Issued Weekly W. E. MYERS Editor Business Office, 20-21 Thorns Building. Phone, Canal 5511 Communications should be on hand not later than Wed nesday to insure publication. Entered at the postoffice at Cincinnati, Ohio, as second- class mail matter. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE CINCINNATI, OHIO, JUNE 30, 1917 Prohibition. If prohibition is to be enacted into the law of the land, either per manently or for the period of the war, the proposal should come be fore Congress on its merits, should be squarely faced, fully discussed aim lainy settled, liiu none ot tliese tilings was done by the House of Representatives on Saturday when it adonted. as a rider to the Food Control bill, a bone-dry...

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. — 30 June 1917

II THE LABOR ADVOCATE Patriotism and Prohibition Leading American Editors Decry the Turning of the War Food Bill Into a National Bone -Dry Measure. I :! fi m it, KimmI mill Drink Control. Even the most ardent of advocates of prohibition of the liquor curse will not, provided thoy have not wholly lost all sense of proportion in this world crisis,' become unduly exultant over the "dry" amendment which the House added to the food control bill before its final pas sage on Saturday. And the general feel ing of dissatisfaction throughout the country at what on its surface at least is a sign of "more do and less talk" on the part of Congress will be somewhat tempered by the suspicion that the House' lias no more idea that the food control bill will go on the statute books in its present form than it believed in the finality of its war revenue bill when it passed it. The vital problem confronting the country today is the conservation of food the: increase of production and the prevention of...

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. — 30 June 1917

UliiiiiiuiuiuuiiJ -; jKinoqpKia -e i THE LABOR ADVOCATE it i IWN if it A Boost for Editor Taft Resolutions Adopted by Typographical Union No. 3, Thanking Him For His Voluntary Increase of Pay. At the regular meeting of Cincinnati Typographical Union No. :), held Sun day, June 10, 1U17, the committee ap pointed by President Seaman to draw up resolutions to thank Mr. Charles P. Taft for his recent voluntary increase of pay for his employes, submitted the following, which was adopted unani mously : "Cincinnati, June 0, 1017. "To the Officers and Members of C. T. U. No. 3. "Ladies and Gentlemen Pursuant to instructions of the May meeting, jour committee appointed to draw up a reso lution 'of thanks to Hon. Charles P. Taft, proprietor of The Cincinnati Times-Star, for giving the employes of Phone, Wcit 3661 -Y DR. E. H. HAGERMAN DENTIST 1209 CENTRAL AVE., CINCINNATI, OHIO Residence 12 W. Seventh St. Formirlf KEEL DENTIL CD., 1065 Cintul Annul Wear Union Made Suspenders, Garters. Arm Band...

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. — 30 June 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Gigantic Protest Made by Organized Labor Against Prohibition of the Manufacture and Sale of Beer as a War Measure H i... r- i Following is a draft of the RESOLUTION, as presented to the President of the United States, the Senate of the United States, and the House of Representatives : A PETITION To the President of the United States, 'to Congress, to the United States Senate, and to the Council of National De fense, asking for the preservation of our country's institutions, including the liherties of its people: At this grave juncture, when the undivided and unswerving "support of every citizen is due to the Government of the United States, we, the members of , L. U representing of loyal American Workingmen, whose devotion to their country can not be questioned, call attention to the following facts : A fanatical and bigoted element of the population is bending every effort and making use of every misrepresenta tion to force the Government into the adoption of Nat...

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. — 30 June 1917

.-." -1? py I ' THE LABOR ADVOCATE ill i i, I t t JW iS!i if $: i a ti If.' 1 l ? IRON WORKERS ELECT The structural Iron Workers held an enthusiastic meeting last Mondav night and elected the following officers: Harry Smith, president; Chas. Mueller, finan cial secretary-treasurer; Jos. Anslinger, Col. Thus. MrKm-n, Business Agent,.Structliral Iron Workers recording secretary, and Thos. .McMwen, business agent. The re-election of Col. McEwcn is the best move that the iron woikers could have made in their own interest, as the longer a union keeps its business agent, the more he can accom plish. Good luck, Colonel. UXOItCAMZKI) STItlKK. Xcwton Upper I'alls, Mass. About 100 undrganircd employes of the Game well Fire Alarm Company suspended work to enforce an eight-hour day and vt.igu increases. r Be ThanKful FOR HEEKIN'S TEA DKINK IN UOTTLIiS The Foltz Grocery and Baking Company 23 Pure Food Stores The bineit loaf of "Union Made" Bread in the city for 4 cents Stroheim's Dollar Store 11...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 30 June 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE IV tiOVKKXOIt DODOKS. Hakcrsiicld, Cal. The Union Labor Journal takes sharp issue with Governor Stephens, who vetoed the anti-injunction hill, because, he said, "this bill would multiply the difficulties of en forcement as to make practically use less the injunction when applied to vio lations of the abatement law. to ilm maintenance of gambling places, to the theft of irrigation water and other cases where, in the enforcement of the law, this process is used." In reply to this reasoning, the Union Labor Journal says: "If a person who violates a law deal ing with Miy one of the offenses men tioned by the governor is entitled to a trial by jury, why is not that person entitled to a trial by jury when charged with violating the mandate of a court not to do a certain act of the same na ture? Why, Governor Stephens, arc the orders of a court so much more sacred than the statutes of this state? "Nothing in the anti-injunction bill would have prevented a court from is s...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 30 June 1917

., f. 10 THE LABOR ADVOCATE ,ii t uv M ,iN WIX SHOUT STHIKH. Tacoma, Wash Organized lirewcrj workers emnlojcd in the Columbia ulant secured a union shop agreement and the ciiiht-liour rta with nine hours p,i) after a four-hours' strike Los Angeles, Cal Ijrccr proprie tors in this cit and iciinh hae signed an agreement with the Iircwtrj Work ers' Unions which includes all classes of workers Shop conditions are hcttcrcd and wages arc increased 10 and U( per cent St. Prill, Minn Wages hae heen in creased $'J a weel: and a thrce-ear agreement secured h the Hrcwery Workers' Union of this city. IUJIIil)l.(; LOCKOUT KXI)S. Pcori.i, 111. Carpenters' Union Xo 1M has defeated the Carpenter Con tractors' Association which locked out these workers hecause thc refused to Mgn an objectionable eontr.ict. Wages are increased to 7(1 cents an hour and sescral working conditions arc itn proed The lockout affected the en tire building industry in this city. A POINT TO REMEMBER Wo Bank on Quality and Wi...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 30 June 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE 11 4 L t $ WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT Original Articles by Women for Women. FOR YOtlO FOLKS Sleepy Time Story About a Shrub That Bears Fruit. LUCK OF A SHEPHERD BOY. What Happened to Him Booatiso of a Kindly Act Performed A Dream In the Forest and Its Wonderful Result. The Fairy of the Elder Duch. Tonight, said Uncle Hun to Little Neil mid Polly Ann, I nui going to tell you ubout j. ; THE MAGIC FLUTE. Possibly you do not know that the older bush la u fairy plant. It grows in fairyland, and all the elderberry bushes, or elder trees, as they ussd to bo called, are In the caio of the elder mother, who watches over them, re warding those who help and punishing those who harm her children, as she calls her elder bushes. The fairy horns and nil their musical instruments are carved out of elder wood. If you have ever made a whis tle from the elder wood you will notice that it has u delightfully mellow tone. And once there was a little boy who was wonderfully fond of music. At ev...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 30 June 1917

12 THE LABOR ADVOCATE It ,' U t li 18 1 I 1 fe m .if lYt CHAS. A. MAUER Phonesi Ridge 1501 and Ridge 3322-R 12 First National Bank Bldg. NORWOOD, O. Real Estate Insurance THE EIGHT-HOUR TOBACCO CO. Ii owned and operated by Cincinnati peo ple. All its brands are made by members of Tobacco Workers Local No. 25. It Is the only Tobacco Company in the United States which haa adopted the eight-hour d ay. 8-HOUR UNION SCRAP ALL DAY SCRAP HOME RUN SCRAP Walk A Block More Save $3.00 Get A Union Made Suit NONE BETTER $15 Up MADE TO ORDER Union Woolen Mills Co. SZfXSSSS?- Christ Dinkelacker THE QUALITY BAKER 2519 SPRING GROVE AVENUE Telephones West 1438-X & 1148 PLAYER-PIANOS HIGHEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES A large assortment of the best makes with national reputations to select from. Visit our Talking Machine Department, the most complete store of its kind in the city. Victor Victrolas, Columbia Grafonolas and the famous Edison Diamond Disc Phonographs. GEO. P. GROSS. 1324 Maln.St., Cinc...

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