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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 7 October 1916

1 (- .1, - rW$4Vimz?SWfrXL. ' THE LABOR ADVOCATE ANDERSON APPOINTED 'J'hos. K. Anderson. Thomas E. Anderson permanently ap pointed plumbing inspector in the city building department at $1,400 a year; was provisional appointee and passed competitive examination. J. J. ENNEKING Successor to Max Rudolph js? FLORIST jz Phone, Canal ?73 11 W. 12th Street CINCINNATI, O. MAI SALZER, Manager MEATS and POULTRY The Marchmann Grocery "The Store of Quality" FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS Telephones, Hallsonvllle 329, 330 5916 and 5918 Madison Road, Madiionville Get your Kodaks and Films from OTTO KATZ DRUGGIST S. W. Corner Vine and Liberty Streets CINCINNATI, OHIO TRAVERS SHOES For Women UNION STAMPED 526 Race Street EVERY NEW STYLE "Always $2 to $3 less the pair than elsewhere" ART MUSEUM EDEN PARK Saturdays, D a. m. to 5 : 30 p. m., Free. Sundays, 1 to 5 p. m., 10c.; other days, 0 to 5 :30,25c. F. BUSSE, Pns. and Trail. M. OANZIQER (Ica-Prii. JOHN F. GOULD Sec'y. The United States Varnish Co. MANUFAC...

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. — 7 October 1916

10 THE LABOR ADVOCATE ft -MV-'y Mr mar j Appeals To William Green, the Author of the Workmen's Compensa tion, Begs the Workingmen to Help Him Save the Law From the Clutches of Governor Willis. I am talking to you as a coal miner, one from the ranks. I have worked in the mines of Ohio and know what labor conditions were a few years ago. I am now secretary-treasurer of the United Mine Workers of America, and I know what conditions arc now. It isn't neces sary to remind you of the fate of the injured workman in Ohio for fifty years prior to 10U. We have all seen them carried out of mills, mines, and factor ies, many crippled for life. Many of our friends and comrades lost their lives. The wounded men were plunged into a law suit, and if they got anything at all, it was after a fight that lasted for years in the courts. In most cases they got nothing. In some instances where men lost their lives, the widows and orphans inherited law suits, and if they got any thing at all in most instan...

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. — 7 October 1916

"""iVr'r"inilll i Uri ii wiiwiihiiiiiihimimmii THE LABOR ADVOCATE II . rt,i t. nv,jJA.'v FOllMKI) AN INTEltNATIONAT;. New York. Representatives of Jew elry Workers' Unions in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Newark, Provi dence, Buffalo, Washington, Cleveland and Boston met in this city and formed an International Union, with a member ship of 7,000. The convention lasted three days. The officers elected arc: Jacob IJirnbanm, of Boston, president; John Schwartz, of New York, general organizer ; Abraham Grcenstcin, of New York, general secretary-treasurer; V. Manard, of Newark, first vice president; John Dougherty, of Philadelphia, second vice president; George Cushman, of Providence, fourth vice president; A. Lohengrin, of Buffalo, fifth vice presi dent; J. Wcinstcin, of Washington, sixth vice president, and Jacob Chishilsky, of Cleveland, seventh vice president. It was decided to have the headquarters of the organization in New York. AVAGES ADVANCED. Grass Valley, Cal. The Empire, N...

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. — 7 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE STONE CUTTERS WIN RAISE Boston. As the result of a compro mise agreement reached between the wage committee of Journeymen Stone Cutters' Union of North America and the members of the Natural and Arti ficial Stone Manufacturers' Association the strike of tiic 300 union stone cutters for increased wages and other better ments, has been called off. The new agreement between the union and the employers gives the men in the shops C2J4 cents an hour for a 44-hour week and 05 cents an hour for work on buildings. The men were getting SGJ4 cents an hour in the shops and were seeking 05 cents an hour in the shops and 70 cents an hour for work on build ings. The strike involved all shops in Boston and within the CO-milc jurisdic tion of this city controlled by the union. Coupon Special No. 2 Men's Auto Brand UNION MADE Work Shirts 49c Plain blue and striped materials : all sizes. This advertisement is a coupon. To secure these shirts at this price, cut this coupon out and br...

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. — 14 October 1916

" ---ln-1 -t mi i f i UNIVERSITY OCTl fi 1916 LIBRARY INDEPENDENT NON-PARTISAN Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity (1 s- Vol. IV. No. 26 CINCINNATI, OHIO, OCTOBER 14, 1916 One Dollar a Year r iCir A-TEr w Did Herrick Buy the German Alliance? If Not, the Alliance Is Composed of the Biggest Ingrates In the State of Ohio. Herrick Made Speeches At Two Scab Meetings In Cincinnati One of the Bosses and the Other of the Employees, But He Side -Stepped Organized Labor. WET AND DRY RECORDS ATIiKN POMKHENR. Senator Atlee Pomerene vot ed against the Webb-Kenyon and National Prohibition bills. M. T. HKIUIICK Is endorsed by the Anti-Saloon League. HERRICK'S LABOR RECORD Herrick engaged the greatest 'enemies of organized labor In the stute to manage his cam paign. Clius. S. Gongwcr, his man ager, attempted through crook ed petitions to bring this Work men's Compensation Act to a '"RefejFendum'Vote with u view to killing it. O. K. Shimansky is associ ated with ...

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. — 14 October 1916

areireyrss 2 ' THE LABOR ADVOCATE Berning Bolts The Democratic Party. The Hyphenated Printer is Sore Because He Was Not Appointed to a Fat Federal Job, So He Has Joined the Colony of Democrats Who Are Rewarded By the Republicans. Hon. Jos. Berning has bolted the Democratic party, and crepe lias been hung out in every home where special privilege docs not predominate. Woe unto us. Colonel Berning sought out that grand old Democratic paper, the Times Star in order to issue his proclamation, so that all Democrats who were reward ed by the Rupublican party can read his ultimatum. Colonel Bcming says : "I will not vote for the re-election of Senator Pomerenc," was the announce ment made Friday by Joseph Berning, one of Cincinnati s leading Democrats. Berning says that he lias known Myron T. Hcrrick personally and favorably for eleven years. Whether he would sup port him. however, he refused to state at this time. "Senator Pomerenc has proved by his treatment of Cincinnati in the farm loa...

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. — 14 October 1916

SAti? ?r r rs CiTATC THE LABOR ADVOCATE Harmon Fears Chaos in this Country If the Capitalists Win and Elect Hughes: This Presidential Fight is Between Capital and Labor. RAY ECK ECK BROTHERS WALTER ECK Florists and Decorators Phones : Office, Canal 5157, Res. West 3082-Y 1231 VINE STREET, CINCINNATI, 0. A danger more menacing to the peace and well-being of the United States than any that has confronted it would result from the defeat of President Wil son for re-election, in the opinion of Judson Harmon of Cincinnati. Harmon, twice governor, former at torney general of the United States under President Cleveland, railroad ex ecutive and student of world politics, told Monday for the first time what, in the present campaign, he considered the issue that should determine the course of American voters November 7. Upheld or Discredited. "The biggest question in this cam paign," Harmon declared, "is whether an adminisration which, in the midst of a world war, with tremendous forces at wor...

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. — 14 October 1916

ifaftHitiM6aaiaiwii ' J - j j?!,""y fy yfii;' m 1 1 THE LABOR ADVOCATE MjzrtXr rr SESasiCl1 INDEPENDENT NONPARTISAN TWPN 4 MPEfi FOR ALL WHO TOIL Official Organ of The Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Issued Weekly V. E. MYERS Editor Business Office, 20-21 Thorns Building. Phone, Canal S511 State Building Trades Council Holds Annual Convention at Toledo. Year 1916 Not able for Labor Trouble, Official's Report Shows. Outlook at Brightest, State Secretary Says. Communications should be on hand not later than Wed nesday to it irre publication. Entered at the postoffice at Cincinnati, Ohio, as second class mail matter. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE 70 CINCINNATI, OHIO, OCTOBER 14, 1910. BROTHER MEMBERS! Hcrrick and the Cincinnati scabs had a reunion last week. NATURALLY. If President Wilson should indorse the ten commandments, Can didate Hughes would promptly pronounce against them. WITH ALL DEGREES. Willis is an excellent liar when he talks about the workmen's compensa...

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. — 14 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE State Federation of Labor In Session at Toledo Demands Progressive Legislation. James P. Egan of the News Letter Represents Gompers at the Convention. Labor may come to the financial aid of Ohio cities. Two resolutions were presented to the Ohio Federation of Labor in ses sion in Memorial Hall last Wednesday morning which provides for financial relief for cities. They were referred to the legislative committee for consider ation. This committee will report back to the convention before any action is taken. One resolution asks for tiie repeal of the Smith one per cent law, which, it says, is responsible for the financial plight of the cities. The other asks for an amendment to existing taxing laws which will save the cities from bank ruptcy. There were ."4 resolutions, covering everything from minor changes in the constitution of the State Federation to the enacting of laws in the National Congress introduced during the morning. Most of them dealt with old age pen-...

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. — 14 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE XKW KXCUSK FOlt COAIj ItAISI, Scrautoti, Pa. A state commission, in estimating the increased price of an thracite coal, struck jay dirt last week when W. A. May, a large coal operator, tcstilicd that the whole trouble could he placed at the door of the state work men's compensation law. lie hinted that cmplojcs deliberately risked their lives and limbs to secure a few dollars in benefits. Ultra CliKltKS KOK.M UXIOX. Dultitb, Minn. Drue clerks in this city liaxc formed a union and affiliated to the Retail Clerks' International Pro tective Association. The new organiza tion will open negotiations with employ ers for the purpose of reducing the long work day. i- -,? , wtita S'AWVK 83? MS '' VOTE FOR mnr' - . 4E5f5rJ:'X. ki N BPQUti?QLW I Thos. M. G regory Democratic Candidate for County Prosecutor One of the Originators and Defenders of tlic Workman's Compensation and Mother's Pension Bills. TKAD10 UXIOX ISTS ICXJOIXKI). lioston. Officers of several building trades u...

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. — 14 October 1916

Tc'XJgam.1 j i' in ""gBttMMWWPIWW THE LABOR ADVOCATE How Woodrow Wilson Drove Out the Lobby Charles B. Warren, of Michigan, Now On Hughes' Campaign Committee, In Exposure of "Invisible Government." When President Wilson at the outset of his administration, in the spring of 1013, scattered the lobby which for years had regularly gathered in Washington seeking to prevent legislation in the in terest of the people, he performed a great public service which has been of continuing benefit to the country. The lobby was practically a part of the old stand-pat Republican machine. The leaders of the lobby, lavishly sup plied with funds contributed by indi viduals and corporations made rich by special legislation enacted under the Re publican regime, had their corps of ex perienced secretaries and clerks working night and day in extensive suites of offices, sending to members of the House and Senators and broadcast to the press of the country specially prepared "litera ture" calculated to aro...

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. — 14 October 1916

JS&ZI) W 8 THE LABOR ADVOCATE it Building Contracts, Contractors and Sub - Contractors Hospital The northeast wing of the ; Good Samaritan Hospital building, to ! i)c erected on Uiltou avenue, adjoin ing present building. Architect, G. W. Drach, Union Trust Building, Cincin nati, O., has awarded the following contracts: Carpenter work, Win. Mil ler & Son; plastering, George Schiear; brick work, August Hitzmann; tile work, the Cassini Mosaic and Tile Co.; painting, Thomas Parker & Son; hard ware, the J. B. Schroder" Co.; iron work, the Potthoflf Construction Co. Factory Building being erected at Oakley, Cincinnati. 0. Owner, the Cincinnati Milling Machine Co.; archi tects, Zcttel & Rapp, Johnston Building, Cincinnati, O. Contract for painting mil glazing awarded to Steggcman Bros., and for marble work to the Buckeye Marble Works. Residence Addition of porch, per cola and sun room to residence on liast Auburn avenue. Owner. Allen Collier; architect, S. E. Dcsjardins, F...

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. — 14 October 1916

"vx-iUkf" THE LABOR ADVOCATE K li 1, re MEN DON'T STKIKi: Foil FUN. Worcester, Mass. "Men don't usually go out on strike for the novelty of it," said Rev. F. K. Brown in a statement published in the Labor News of this city. "And when you find several thousand sincere, serious minded men quitting their jobs in a peaceful, thoughtful man ner, there must be something very wrong to influence these men to go out in this way. If there is something wrong and wc must concede that there is, oth erwise the men would have remained at work it is an infernal condition that prompts manufacturers to ignore the voices of those men raised in protest. I cannot conceive what men are coming to when a condition like this prevails in Worcester. It is a city of fossils; of men so impregnated with thcir.own stub born ideas that there isn't room for the fincri methods of dealing with men. Ac cording to the way of the high headed, high handed Worcester employer, men must be treated a good deal like beasts of...

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. — 14 October 1916

T wr 10 THE LABOR ADVOCATE - .in. an .fi mii ninpwiiiaaa Lemieux Act Condemned By Canadian Unionists; CompleteCollapse of "Strike Investigation" Law Toronto, Ontario, Oct. 7. The Can adian industrial disputes investigation law known as the Lcniicux act was blown skv high by the Canadian Trades and Labor Congress convention, in ses sion in this city last week, Ity an almost unanimous vote the con vention called upon the government to repeal this legislation. The Lemieux act was passed in 1007 and served as a model for legislation passed by the last Colorado State Legis lature, which has since been repudiated by the federation of labor of that state. Under the Lemieux act it is illegal for workers employed in a public utility to leave their employment until the govern ment has appointed a commisison to in vestigate their grievance. r In opposing the act, delegates to the Trades and Labor Congress used some of thestrongest terms ever heard in a Dominion trade union meeting. .Former sup...

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. — 14 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE 11 If i St' EDWARD H. JONES CANDIDATE FOR SECOND TERM Judge Court of Appeals FIRST DISTRICT ON SEPARATE JUDICIAL BALLOT Counties in District: Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren. VOTE FOR MAX FRIEDMAN 40 MITCHELL BUILDING FOR State Representative REPUBLICAN TICKET ELECTION: TUESDAY, NOV. 7, 1916 VOTE FOR Casper E. Haeckl REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY RECORDER VOTE FOR LITTLEFORD HUNEMEYER CANDIDATE FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE on the Republican Ticket ELECTION: Tuesday,"lNovemberi7th, 1916 VOTE FOR Nicholas Longworth REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE For CONGRESS First Ohio District Election November 7th, 1916 Victor Heintz REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE For CONGRESS IN THE SECOND DISTRICT Has lived in the district for over 30 years CONTRACTING FIRMS WHO ARE FAIR TO UNION LABOR (Continued from page 10) Nitzscher & David, 031 V. Liberty St. Nolan, E. J., 1037 E. McMtckcn avc. Nicmcs, Henry, 4112 Hamilton avc. Kccnan, Thos., 235 E. Third st. Kicstcnbcrg Plumbing Co., Harrison...

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. — 14 October 1916

" JBfrsv7fff-niwT'rt:T 12 THE LABOR ADVOCATE I UI'IIOLSTKKKRS GAIN. Cincinnati. The Upholsterers' union reports that it lias secured agreements with several shops in this city and expect all shops signed up within a short time. The new contract calls for increased wages and reduced hours. COLOItAUO MIMOUS UXITIXtt. Louisville, Colo. At a mass meeting of miners the old spirit of trade union ism was again awakened. In other sec tions of noithcrn Colorado these work ers arc rcafiiliating to the United Mine Workers' union. STUKKT OAK KMI'IjOVKS OAIX. Vancouver, Hritish Columbia. The local street car company has signed an agreement with the Street Car Men's Unions of this city, Victoria and New Westminster. Coupon Special No. 3 Men's Union Made SHOES $2.00 Solid Work Shoes in black and tan, lace style, heavy soles. The best work shoe for the money. Sizes (i to 1 1 ' Cut out this ad. and bring it with you. Void after Nov. 21, 11. LORENTZ'S RACE AND ELDER STREETS FIndlay Market GREATEST AM...

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. — 21 October 1916

. I 6hio state university OCT 2 31916 LIBRARY INDEPENDENT NONPARTISAN ZtWWoN Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Vol. IV. No. 27 CINCINNATI, OHIO, OCTOBER 21, 1916 One Dollar a Year Mfeite pifc. it T I!" Vote Against John V. Campbell As Well as Hughes, Herrick and Willis, and Then You Will Avoid War, National Prohibition and Get a Square Deal. A Little History For Every Union Man to Remember If They Want To Preserve Their Organizations. Wliile union labor must vote against Hughes, Herrick and Willis if they wish to preserve their organizations and avoid war and prohibition, there is another menace closer to home that is equally as important that of the candidacy of John V. Campbell for County Prose cutor. Mr Campbell has shown his hatred lor organized labor in every case that came under his jurisdiction, in a crim inal way, and as state committeeman he appeared before the Hamilton County delegation of Republican .legislatots every week and demand...

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. — 21 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Progressive Policies Enacted Into Law Wilson and Democracy Make a Record Every True Pro gressive Can and Must Approve. Theodore Kooscvelt characterized the Iroressive platform of l'Jia as the greatest political document written since the days of Abraham Lincoln. Those Progressives who agree with him in that characterization will have difficulty in voting against Woodrow Wilson, who lias carried most of its principles into practice; just as they will have difficulty in voting for Mr. Hughes, who has op posed most of those same principles. . If the Progressive Party had won in VJV2, if it had elected the President and gained control of both houses of Con gress, would it have' been justified in going before the country for an endorse ment if it had been able to say: "llere is the platform we adopted in JUll! con taining our promises, and here is the leg islative and administrative work we have done, which redeems ninety per cent of those platform promises"? Would not...

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. — 21 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE 3 RAY ECK ECK BROTHERS WALTER ECK Florists and Decorators Phones : Office, Canal 5157, Rei. Weit 3082-Y 1231 VINE STREET, CINCINNATI, 0. The Central Labor Council Endorses The Labor Legislation Enacted by The Democratic Party in Congress, Presenting a Strong Plea For The Re-election of Woodrow Wilson. A comtnmiic.itioti from Grant 11am - Wilton was read liefoie tlic Cential Lajioi Council, a few nights ago. Mr. Hamil ton is the legislative committeeman of the American Fedcialiou of Lalior. The letter contained a statement of lahor legislation enacted hy the Democratic party in Congicss and presenting a strong pica for the re-election of Presi dent Wilson, was read to Council. After some discussion it was decided, with hut few dissenting otes, to pi hit the letter in the official organ : "Chicago, Iil, Sept. L8, 1910. "To .-111 Trade L'nionivts: "In 1'JOO the Americ.m Kcdciation of Lahor inauguiated a political policj of 'administering to its enemies a stinging rcl...

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. — 21 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE m w TgeMFclydcate INDEPENDENT A PAPER FOR ALL WHO TOIL Olllcliil Orpin of The lliillrtlng Trades Council of Gliicinnati and Vicinity Issued Vi:i:Ki.y W. E, MYERS Editor ; Business Office, 20-21 Thorns Hnilding. Phone, Canal 5511 Communications should he on hand not later than Wed nesday to insure publication. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE C5$70 CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILSON ON t Other Presidents tlian Wilson Wilson has lived it. HE IS THE SILENT CANDIDATE. Nobody knows how Hughes stands on any vital question of the day not even which cro'wd of unneutral supporters he intends to throw down. WATCHFUL We still wait for Hughes to in 1914 there wouldn't have been IT MUST BE SOME OPINION. Colonel Roosevelt's opinion of Air. Hughes as a presidential candidate frankly, freely and fully expressed, would be of interest. v. TWO KINDS OF TOILERS. The chief opponents of the eight-hour day are those who toil ' one hour a week clipping coupons. THE SAME MUSIC. Somehow Hughes on the is...

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