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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 2 September 1916

OHIO Si ATE UNIVERSITY SEP (5 1916 M'l it LIBRARY INDEPENDENT NON-PARTISAN Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Vol. IV. No. 20 CINCINNATI, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 2, 1916 One Dollar a Year if I. Jgeaboridvoce F y The Prosecutor's Office Is Rotten So far as Union Labor is Concerned. Some of His Assistants are Members of Law Firms Where Their Partners Represent the Strike Breakers, and in Nearly Every Case the Rats are Dismissed. Dicken's Firm of Catchem and Skinem Not in it. The Only Solution is to Defeat John V, Campbell for Re-Election. The County Prosecutor's office has turned out to be the mecca for those who desire to crush out union labor in Cincinnati, and is a menace to those who hold a union card. In the painters' case, all the power of the police and numerous private de tectives were used in order to build up a case against the four men arrested with Sullivan and when everything fail ed the church was used and Sullivan committed perjury to save ...

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. — 2 September 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE The American Federation of Labor Thru Its Labor Representation Committee, Gives the Record of Wood row Wilson and Chas. E. Hughes. Read This, It May Be the Means of Keeping You At Work. Washington, D. C, Aug. 28, 1U10. Mr. II. O. McClurg, Secretary, Labor's Volunteer Co-operative Citizenship ami Educational Committee, I'. O. Box -tT9, Birmingham, Alabama. Deak Sik and ISkotuek Your favors of July 17 and July L'O addressed to Mr. Krank Morrison, Secretary of the Amer ican Federation of Labor, have been turned over to us for reply. In your favor of July 17 you ask: "Will you kindly give us the labor record of the candidates who are offer ing for the Presidency of the United States. Our committee investigates the record of all men who offer for public office in which Labor is interested. These records are all compiled and then given to the membership of organized Labor without comment whatever, al lowing the members to select according to the record that the various ...

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. — 2 September 1916

.. .- THE LABOR ADVOCATE I' i . ' .1 Mayor of Sharon Alarmed Mayor McGrew Has Called For the Militia to Protect the Town When the Gang of Thugs Who Built the Speedway Are Released. Sheriff Schott Says "Such Action Is Unnecessary" As He Can Take Care of the Situation. Harry McGrew, the Mayor of Sharon, is alarmed when the gang of tramps who Imilt the speedway will lie turned loose. He requested that a company of soldiers he detailed to protect the life and property of the people of his little town. If that is true, what will happen to the people of Cincinnati? The gentlemen who built that track and brought this gang of thugs to prey upon our people, so they could save a few dollars, should be proud of their work. Soldiers will not he needed to guard the public at the Cincinnati Speedway Labor Day, in the opinion of Sheriff Schott. A request of flavor Harry Mc Grew, Sharonville, that the Sheriff ap peal to Governor Willis for militia, re ceived by Mr. Schott Wednesday, will bc refused...

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. — 2 September 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Mot INDEPENDENT ijmiw,il I'lii'i'i'HiygsJSyi 1 1 1 Lw.iJkmi mm -' T$Sg A PAPER FOR ALL WHO TOIL OJllclal Organ of Tlic Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Issued Weekly W. E. MYERS Business Office, 20-21 Thorns Communications should be on hand not later than Wed nesday to i.si:re publication. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE "Sfi CINCINNATI, DEMANDS OF UNION LABOR. The Mansfield Convention of the Ohio State Federation of Labor, 1915, outlined the legislative demand of the Trade Union Movement in Ohio when it unanimously adopted the final report and recommendations of its Committee on Legis lation. These recommendations provided: 1. Regulation and limiting the use of the injunction. 2. Prohibiting the importation of strikebreakers. 3. Prohibiting the exercise of police authority by others than those in control of the State. 4. That the incoming Executive Board and the legislative agent be instructed to prepare and introduce in the ,next General Assembly ...

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. — 2 September 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE f I HUNDRED GARMENT WORKERS QUIT JOBS Decline JCiiiployt'is ltefuscd to Grant AVngo Increase. More than a hundred garment work ers employed by II. A. Scinshcitncr & Co, located in the Pugli Building at Fourth and Pike streets, went on a strike Thursday after the management of the concern had refused to grant them a 10 per cent incicase in wages. The demands were presented last Mon day, it was said by Attorney Nicholas Klein, who represents the local branch of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. Most of the strikers arc women. They reported for work at the regular hour, but shortly aftcrwauls walked out of their shop. The strikers ask for restoration of their wages to the point where it was three years ago, when the garment workers lost their strike and suffered a cut of ten per cent. Seven of the employes remained at work, it was said. The strikers met at 122 West Fifth street after they had left their machines. The meeting was addressed by Attorney K...

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. — 2 September 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE R- &' Jf -? Vote for Stanley E. Bowdle Democratic Candidate for ri iUi jjS Congress 2 j Second Ohio District Election November 7. Vote for E. A. WINTER Republican Candidate for the Legislature Election November 7, 1916 Wc Give Surety Coupons &jB0tr& We Redeem Surety Coupons ESTABLISHED 1851 THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP AFTER ALL Hear Ye-All Men! This Final Call to Get Into Early Fall Clothes! l.rtlmr Itny means (lie iH'KimiliiK r Kail stuff it il;;lil with n new suit anil put into join- pnikcls clean saiii-s (if ifM, $8, 10 to $15 Choice-of-the-House Sale of Men's Suits $14.50 $9.50 I'm- s;:..-,o to ip.'ts Km- si.t.no to $i..!o Suits Suits o stimgs to tins ofTci no "ifs" or "huts." Not at Mc Mpiu's Come lake unrcstrietcd ehoice-of-thc-housc choose fioin no less than .170 as hue hand-tailoicd suits as hae tonic fioin foremost New Yoik and Kochcstci .shops. Scores of silk anl wool mixed suits medium and d.uk colois blue serge suits line tweeds mitd elm iots ab...

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. — 2 September 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE t " Mt s ITT a, ' The Eagle -Picher Lead Company Cincinnati, Ohio Chicago New York 4 J The Independent Company V WHITE LEAD.- Established 18 43 Corroders by the Old Dutch Process of White Lead, Dry and in Oil, and Manufacturers of Red Lead, Litharge and Orange Mineral; also Lead Pipe, Traps and Bends, Sheet and Bar Lead, Solder and Babbitt Metal. The Largest White Lead Works in the World H. F. SCHLUETER $16.95 up Fully Guaranteed Bicycles. $12.75 Sewing Machines. None Better. Fully Guaranteed. $1.50 up Single Tube Tires. Guaranteed. fm i2 75c Inner Tubes. LABOR'S ACHIEVEMENTS AND ISSUES. (Continued from page (i ) humanitarian laws have been enacted by Congress increasing in num ber with every session of Congress since the 59th session. As Labor Day 1916 comes in one of the most critical political campaigns since the Civil War period, it is well to call attention to the big issue of the campaign which has a national, as well as an international relation. The issue ...

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. — 2 September 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Compensation For Injuries By WILL J. ROHR Former Commissioner and Secretary to Ohio Employers' Liability Commissi) .""" 8 $4fi&lgyi0te0nt(Q hi !. (Editor's Note At the Annual Con vention of the International Labor Press of America, held at Cincinnati, Ohio, arrangements were made whereby a series of special articles from the pen of men who have made a thorough study of the matter upon which they write, will appear simultaneously in the col umns of those papers. The first comes from the pen of Mr. Will J. Kolir, of Cincinnati, Ohio, who has gained a wide reputation through his study and writ ings upon those topics in which labor is intensely interested.) Liability insurance companies are re sponsible for the various laws dealing Will .1. Itolir. with workmen's compensation. True, they deny the soft impeachment. Organized labor, employers, judges and lawyers were the instruments which nnally combined to write the fundamen tal principles underlying the idea of in...

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. — 2 September 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Senator Sherman Is Backed Into a Corner When He Tried to Show His Great Love For Trade Unionists, When He Viciously Attacked Samuel Gom pers, the Grand Old Man of the Movement. Washington, Aug. 2G In the United States Senate, last Saturday, Senator Sherman was backed into a comer when he tried to prove his great love and ad miration for trade unionists as a whole and at the same time stamp as public nuisance the man they have repeatedly and unanimously elected president of the A. F. of L. August 15 Senator Sherman first un corked his spleen because President Gotnpcrs, in answer to a letter from a track unionist, stated Charles E. Hughes' position in the Danbury hatters' case while a member of the Supreme Court. This enraged Senator Sherman, who rambled off into a tirade so common in conventions of manufacturers' associa tions. He said, "Gird up your loins, Mr. Gompcrs, and answer like a man." The A. F. of L. executive lost no time in accepting the challenge, and w...

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. — 2 September 1916

10 THE LABOR ADVOCATE t ! Building Contracts, Sub - Contractors Comfort Station A public com foil station, to be constructed in building formerly used for police station on Main avenue, Norwood. Owner, the City of Norwood; architect, C. M. Foster, Mer cantile Library Building, Cincinnati, O. General contract awarded to George 11. Hambly: beating to Love, 1'ikcl & Nul sen, and painting and glaring to John Theobald & Son. Residence An S-rooin brick and stuc co residence, to be built on liivouac ave nue, Kentucky Highlands. Owner, Allen Waters; architects, Wcbcr, Werner & Adkins, Mercantile Libraiy Huilding, Cincinnati, O. General contract award ed to F. II. J. Lampc. littsiness Huilding Remodeling rooms in the Grand Onern House Huilding, Vine street and Opera place, for the use of the Walkover Shoe Company. Archi tects, Dittoc, Fnlmcstock & Fcrhcr, Ca rew Huilding, Cincinnati, O., awarded contract to in. Leiman & Ilro. Residence A colonial residence, to cost about ...

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. — 2 September 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE SA. THIS AMKKICAX IWDHHATIOX OK LABOR. (Continued from page 2) hatters in the name of the D. E. Loewc Company, hat manufacturers of Dan bury, Connecticut. The court sustained the position that the Sherman Antitrust law applied to the personal attributes and normal activi ties of human beings. They held to the theory that there was no distinction be tween the labor power of human beings on the one hand and articles or com modities on the other articles of com modities which men sought to control and manipulate through trusts. This de cision threatened the very existence of voluntary associated effort the effort of the organized workers to carry out the normal purposes for which they were organized; that is. to imnrovc standards of life and work, wages, hours and conditions of emploment. Such activities of the workers were, by the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, regarded as liable to all the civil and criminal penalties under the Antitrust laws o...

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. — 2 September 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE The Labor Advocate Official Organ 20-21 Thorns Building. Phone Canal 5511 OFFICERS OF THE COUNCIL President Jos. A. Cullen. Vice-President Phil. Fischer. Financial Secretary and Treasurer Jos. Nolde. Warden Jas. McHale. Sergcant-at-Arms Geo. Koch. Trustees Thos. Anderson, Gasdorf and Ed Conners. Recording Secretary and Agent Fred Hock, 20 E. Phone Canal I860, siness ' c Ol., f Philip 12 Amalgamated GInss Workers, No. 9. Mecti lit and 3d Fridays at 114 E. Court it. President, Geo. Rech. Secretary, Harry James. Asbestos Workers' Union No. 8. Meets every Tuesday at 1313 Vine st. President, Chas. Cassidy. Secretary, Wm. Cook, 111 Findtay it. Business Agent, John L. Owens, 1874 Kemper lane. Phone, Canal 1154. Bridge & Structural Iron Workers, No. 44. Meet! every Monday at Central Turner Hall, 1407 Walnut it. President, James McCollouRh. Business Agent, James Davis, 29 E. Twelfth st. Phone, Canal 1880. Secretary, Bert Wagner. Cement Workers No. 524. Meeta 1st and td...

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. — 9 September 1916

OH'C STATE UNIVERSITY SEP1 J 1916 LIBRARY INDEPENDENT NON-PARTISAN ke. Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity CINCINNATI, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 9, 1916 Vol. IV. No. 21 One Dollar a Year Ys- Emery But Found Guilty of Assault and Battery. The Very Thing We Have Contended That He Should Have Been Charged With Originally. Hon. Fred L. Hoffman Gave Union Labor a "Square Deal," Something They Have Clamored for During the Past Two Years. John V. Campbell's. Attempt to Put Four Union Men in the Electric Chair, Ends in Failure. After all the energy of the police, the third degree and every known means to railroad men to the penitentiary, includ ing the double crossing of the church, one man was finally convicted. Emery Teeters, charged with first de gree murder, which was subsequently chanced to second degree murder, was convicted Friday of assault and battery and that is the charge which originally should have been made against him. Teeters was arrested last Dece...

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. — 9 September 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Workers Turning To Protection British Trades Union Congress Puts Through Resolution Which Is Regarded as Virtual Indorsement of Prin ciple, "Dumping" of Cheap Goods Feared. llirmtnphiim, England, Sept. 0. The Trades Union Congress, representing nearly 2,500,000 organized workers of Great Britain, took an important and unexpected step today by adopting, with a majority of more than 1,000,000 votes, absolution virtually indorsing the prin ciple of protection. The resolution asks for "the adoption of methods for restricting or preventing the importation of cheap manufactured goods produced at lower rates of wages and tinder worse labor conditions than prevail in this country." Although these words themselves do not accept the principle of a piotcctive tariff wall, the protectionists among the labor delegates and in other circles arc inclined to regard the workmen as hav ing been won over to a complete change from free trade. One of the labor mem bers of the House of ...

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. — 9 September 1916

THE. LABOR ADVOCATE CHILD LABOR AMENDMENT IS ACCEPTED BY HOUSE Washington, D. C The House of Representatives has accepted the Sen ate's amendment to the Federal Child Labor Bill, which was recently passed by both branches of Congress, As passed by the House the bill bar red from interstate commerce the par ticular products of child labor, in whole or in part. The Senate objected to this clause on the ground that it would cause endless investigations and disputes on the question of what portion of the pro duct was manufactured by children. The Senate changed this section and it now provides that wherever children arc shown to be employed by a manufact urer under the prohibited conditions, within one month of the offer of ship ment of the product of such factory, same shall be denied interstate com merce privileges. Congressman Lewis, a member of the labor group, told the House the Senate amendment iriakes enforcement of this law easier. "The difficulties in the way of obtain jng evid...

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. — 9 September 1916

1 THE LABOR ADVOCATE INDEPENDENT gpwcate NONPARTISAN A PAPER FOR ALL WHO TOIL v Official Organ of The Itutldtiip 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 i.i:rc publication. Entered at the postoffice at' Cincinnati, Ohio, as second class mail matter. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE CINCINNATI, SEPTEMBER !), l!)l(i. DEMANDS OF UNION LABOR. The Mansfield Convention of the Ohio State Federation of Labor,' 1915, outlined the legislative demand of the Trade Union Movement in Ohio when it unanimously adopted the final report and recommendations of its Committee on Legis lation. These recommendations provided: 1. Regulation and limiting the use of the injunction. 2. Prohibiting the importation of strikebreakers. 3. Prohibiting the exercise of police authority by others than those in control of the State. 4. That the incoming Executive Board ...

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. — 9 September 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE. d . ' I TIRE MAKERS RAISE WAGES Milltown, N. J.1 Six hundred rubber workers employed by the" Michclin Tire Company liavc raised wages from 2 to ayi cents an hour, after a short strike. The lowest rate was 17 cents an hour before the strike, now it is 2!2 cents. A. F. of L. Organizer Ililfcrs conduct ed negotiations for the men and later organized them. Few can speak Eng lish and most of them arc Hungarians, Poles, Slavs, and Russians. The com pany refused to meet Organizer Ililfcrs in person, but consented to talk with him over the telephone. ' The strikers showed a contract, con sisting of about 1,000 words, which the company presents to these men, few of whom understand the English lan guage. Alleging that company secrets must be protected, all men who receive UVi cents an hour shall be paid during the mouth of each April an amount for the preceding year that shall not be less than $17.:!:i for the entire year. The plan includes other elaborate systems, and pro...

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. — 9 September 1916

THE, LABOR ADVOCATE ,i U It W Building Contracts, Contractors and Sub - Contractors Factory Addition to factory on Bcek maii street, for foundry and warehouse. Owner, the Lunkenlicimcr Co.; archi tects, Ucrt L. Baldwin & Co., Pcrin liuildinp, Cincinnati, O. Contract for carpenter work awarded to Win. Miller & Son. Store ISiiildinu Alterations in store ImildiiiR at 00.-) Madison avenue, Coving ton, Ky. Owners, Henry & Joseph Kelt man; architects, liausmith & Drainic, Gcrkc Iltiiltlitif;, Cincinnati, O. Contract awarded to N'orthctitt liros. Business liuildiiiK A new store front, to cost ahout $1,S()(), to lie installed at :il3'J Reading road. Owner, Wm. Kaiser; architect, John Henri Oeckcn, U808 Un ion Central liuiltliiiK, Cincinnati, O. Con tract awarded to M. Itcckcr. .Factory Alterations in and addition to building on College street, between Sixth and Seventh streets. Owners, Max Wochcr & Co.; aichitects, TictaK & Lee, Fourth National liank Building, Cincin...

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. — 9 September 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE ) Contracting Firms Who are Fair to Union Labor ART GLASS WORK. Contracting Firms EtuployliiK.Mcm- bcrs of Art Glass AVorkers' Union No. 9. Anchor Art Glass Co , 421 Elm st. Cincinnati Art Glass Co, 130 Oliver st. Ilcckermann, T, V. X Co , Murdock Building. Rionlan, G. C. X Co , Walnut St., between Third and fourth., RuckcJ Art Glass Co , Tugh Bldg. ASBESTOS WORK. Contractors Who Employ Union Asbestos AVorkcrs. Armstrong Cork Co, Ihinl and 5Ilin sts. H. C. Wulfcck, Jr., 311 W. Thlnl st. Johns Mjmille, II. W. Co, of New York, 50J Provident IJank Bldg Keasbey X Mattison Co , B28 5Iain st. Kramig, R. E. X Co , Eighth and ngglcston ave BRICKLAYING. Contractors AVIio Employ Union iroilcnrricrs and ISuildiiiK Tjaborcrs. Apesloff Bros , 440 Armory ac. llucchc, I. , 1107 Hates ae. Brooks X Hall, Ilcrschell ave, IIdc Park. llaker, G. W., 427 Delta ac. Bell, A., Bevis ave. Rtitt, Win, 1551 Garrard St., Covington. Rritt, 51. S, 144 E. Sixteenth st , Covington. Djwalcrs, A., ...

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. — 9 September 1916

.8 THE, LABOR. ADVOCATE ft ft vrScutfin The Labor Advocate Official Organ 20-21 Thorns Building. Phone Canal 5511 OFFICERS OF President Jos. A. Cullen. Vice-President Phil. Fischer. Recording Agent Fred Phone Canal Secretary Hock, 29 18C0. and E. Business 12th St., Amalgamated Glass Workers, No. 9. Meet 1st and 3d Fridays at 11 E. Court it. President, Geo. Rech. Secretary, Harry James. Asbestos Workers' Union No. 8. Meets every Tuesday at 1318 Vine St. President, Chas. Cassidy. Secretary, Wm. Cook, 111 Findlay st. Business Agent, John L. Owens, S874 Kemper lane. Phone, Canal 1164. Bridge & Structural Iron Workers, No. 44. Meets every Monday at Central Turner Hall, 107 Walnut t. President, James McCollough. Business Agent, James Davis, 29 H. Twelfth st. Phone, Canal 18C0. Secretary, Bert Wagner. t Cement Workers No, 524. Meets 1st and 3d .Tuesdays at Workmen'! Hall, 1318 Walnut st'. Corresponding Secretary and Business Agent, Jos. Nolde, 39 East Twelfth at. Phone Canal 1110. f Co...

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