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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 21 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE : The Bosses Must Be Broke When Attorney Hurtig Helps to Effect a Settlement In the Riggers' Strike, Bishop Company Signs Agreement Fixing Wage Scale and Providing For Closed Shop. Through the efforts of Attorney Louis Ilurtig, the rimers' strike, which lias j settled, as far as the liishop Rigging Company is concerned, and the men have returned to work. Under the agreement entered into yes terday foremen riggers will receive no cents an hour, high men to cents an hour and helpers !l() cents an hour. Nine hours shall constitute a day's work, with time and a half for overtime. Isaac liishop, head of . the Hishop Rigging Company, agrees to employ union men at all times, except when the Cincinnati union is iinable to furnish him with men. All of his present employees agree to join the union at once. The agreement contains an arbitration clause in case of dispute. There will be no lunch money or ad vances by the cmplo.er to the em ploye except car fare, and no drinkin...

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. — 21 October 1916

f 1 THE LABOR ADVOCATE r W. A. JOHNSTON THE JOHNSTON PHONE MAIN 1884 MEDALS BY MISTAKE CuloM'd l(c)iil)lii'iin Club AIiiiiii Wilson. I'iKlils Iisconl lias itnaded the ranks of the Sixth Ward I olored Ucpulilican Club. Two of the- most important poisons in the cliih, leader of the hand and a negro law j cr. who is the principal oraloi, ac cording' to reports of the meeting last Tlmr.sda) night, are at loggerheads. It all happened when the negro law yer sought to illustrate a stall at Presi dent Wilson with a storj. "President Wilson reminds me of de leader of dis here hand," said the law yer. "You all see those medals lie am wcarin'. Well, sail, he got de first one of dose medals li mistake, and he done Hot all de other because he got de first one." To all of which the leader of the baud took a violent exception. Several articles of furniture were broken, but a trip to the hospital by several of the participants was averted when some one thoughtful ly announced the refreshments were ...

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. — 21 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE If the Germans Give Hamilton County To Willis Again This Year, Ohio Will Be Dry Before 1918. Interesting Correspondence Between W. F. Ebert, of Wooster, and Peter W. Durr, of Cincinnati. LIMIT INJUNCTIONS AND REFORM JUDGES The Cincinnati Enquirer prints the following sory, which is of vital inter est to every workiugmau in Cincinnati : An interesting controversy has arisen between V. F. Kbcit, :i prominent German-American Republican of Wooster, Ohio, and County Auditor Peter V. Durr, Cincinnati, on the attitude of the Hamilton County Republican organisa tion toward the wet and dry question. In a letter to Mr. Durr, Mr. Ebert asks: "Why is it that the liberal or so-called wet vote of Hamilton County is and has been playing fast and loose with the anti-saloon vote of the State?" Mr. Ebert continues: "How can you and others, and, in par ticular, the great German livcral voters of your county (Hamilton) not see that if Mr. Cox again is slaughtered in your county as li...

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. — 21 October 1916

8 THE LABOR ADVOCATE r Building Contracts, Contractors and Sub - Contractors Theatre Building to be known as the Clinton Theatre, to be erected at Wilmington, O. Owner, Chas. V. Mur phy; architects, Dittoe, Fahnestock & Ferbcr, Carew liuilding, Cincinnati, O. Contract awarded to A. P. livcland, of Miamisvillc, O. Residence A UJ-story brick resi dence, to be built at 057 McMicken avenue. Owner, Samuel Creasy; archi tect, E. 11. Domctte, Pickering Build ing, Cincinnati, O. Contracts awarded as follows : Excavation and masonry, Spcrry & Kahlics; brick work, August Schulte; cut stone, L. C. llucntc; iron work, the Columbia Iron Works; paint ing and glazing, Ed. Heineman; roofing and sheet metal work, Geo. K. Weissen bergcr; carpenter work, II. Eickbusch; Plumbing, Schwarz it Ecru. Residence Heating system in resi dence on Hamilton avenue, College Hill. Owner, li. L. La iioiteaux; ar chitects, Garber & Woodward, Union Central liuilding, Cincinnati, O. Con tract awarded to the...

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. — 21 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE TJIKIK AlH'HATi UKJKOTKD. Kelso, Wash. Tlic Employers' As sociation of this State appealed to tile Grangers' Telephone Company for a contribution to aid in an anti-nnion campaign which it calls the non-union shop. In reply Manager Sparling of the company wrote: "To start with, we don't care what your expenses arc, and we trust that they arc so large that it breaks the as sociation, and we refuse to give one cent to such a movement. We do not believe in the non-union shop; we be lieve in unions and high wages to work ing men." 11A1SI3 WAGKS -10 CUNTS A DAY. Vancouver, 13. C. Electrical Work ers' Union has won its strike against the British Columbia Electric Com pany and raises wages from $1.10 to $L.r(l a day. Because of business depression, about a year ago, the men accepted a wage reduction from $4,115 to $4.10 a day. Recently they refused to renew this contract and suspended work. The settlement includes recognition of the union shop. J. J. ENNEKING Successor lo...

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. — 21 October 1916

10 THE LABOR ADVOCATE Willis Opposed an Anti-Trust Bill In Congress Voted Against Measure to Supplement Laws to Curb Restraints and Monopolies. But It Passed, 277 to 54. Also Voted to Submit Drastic Prohibition Amendment to Washington, D. C It is possible that before the present campaign in Ohio ends somebody ni;u ask Frank J!. Willis, Republican candidate for governor, why he voted against the anti-trust legisla tion proposed in house bill ;,,nr,, wheil he was a member of the national house of representatives. Tin's was it bill to supplement exist ing laws against unlawful restraints and monopolies. The bill provided a pen alty for discriminations in prices be tween different purchasers of commodi ties for the purpose of injuring or de stroying the business of a competitor. It provided, that it should be unlawful for the owner, operator or transporter of the products of mines, oil, gas or hydro-electric energy, to 'arbitrarily re fuse to sell such products to am- resnon- sible pers...

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. — 21 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE II 7 ' t. 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 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. ,.,...-.Jr i VOTE FOR LITTLEFORD HUNEMEYER CANDIDATE FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE on the Republican Ticket ELECTION: Tuesday, November7th, 1916 Kjll 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 (Continual from page 10) Nttzselier & David, (131 W. Liberty st. Nolan, E. J., 1037 E. McMlckcn ave. Mcmei, Henry, 4112 Hamilton avc. Kccnan, Thos., 235 E. Third st, ' KIcstcnbcrK Plumb...

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. — 21 October 1916

12 THE LABOR ADVOCATE Ohio Trades Liberty League Conference Held, Semi-Annual Meeting The hnlf-ycarly conference of the Ohio Trades Union Liberty League met in session on Sunday, October 15th, at the Swiss Hall, Toledo, O., and two hundred delegates were in attendance at the meetings. President Thomas Mc Cort of the Toledo branch of the league opened the conference and introduced the speakers. Secretary's report and ex ecutive council reports were read and approved. Regular routine business took up a portion of the morning and several speakers addressed the delegates, amongst whom were General Jacob Coxey, a candidate for the Senate, and local. State and international officers. At noon the conference adjourned and a lunch was served in the adjoin ing hall, which was much appreciated by the many delegates and visitors. The local committee held open house be tween the meetings, and a number of unionists attending the O. V. of L. con vention were present. The afternoon session was take...

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. — 28 October 1916

OHIO r-'TE UN'.vr ..ty OCT ." J16 LIBRA NON-PARTISAN 7MRS Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity CINCINNATI, OHIO, OCTOBER 28, 1916 Vol. IV. No. 28 One Dollar a Year wm rr gh hl . .,dzfl iiK m t 1 INDEPENDENT By the Central Labor Council, Who Call Upon Union Men to Vote for the "Eight-Hour Day" Against the Man Who Decided the "Danbury Hatters' Case." The Central Labor Council last Tuesday night endorsed Woodrow Wil son, when it adopted the following letter of tbc American Federation of Labor, by a vote of 00 to !): To the Officers of all Organised Labor: Greeting Never at any time within the last fifty years have the workers had more at stake in any political campaign than in the one that is to be decided in the election November 7. During the present administration and particularly in this campaign there has been developed a clear-cut issue be tween the workers the producers and those who manipulate the products of the labor of others the exploiter...

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. — 28 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE V A "WfiltPn" filianntPP K0CS witl1 an' sllit or overcoat you get here that h milieu uuaianicc thc color wilI rcmain J)ermancntIy fast untiI thc goods arc worn out if you wear it for many years. The Star Union Baking Co. Strictly - Union 119 W. Canal St. CINCINNATI, 0. $28 and Up JESSE J. MOORE, ?N m Tailor SEVENTH, NEAR VINE ti . t Yf Were a Laboring Man I would be an organi zation man; if I were an employer of labor, I would encourage my men to be organi zation men -Excerpts from speech delivered In United Stales Senate, August 18th, 194, Senator Atlee Pomerene Democratic Candidate U. S. Senator WESTERN GERMAN BANK TWELFTH AND VINE STREETS Savings Department Receives Deposits of 50c and Upwards, Paying 3 Interest MUNICIPAL BONDS A SPECIALTY Merits Safe Deposit Boxes. $.HOand Upward Per Annum A STUDY IN INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS COIiOUADO 3IIM0HS UXITIXO. Washington. Interesting findings and recommendations for the prevention of industrial accidents at the Washington ...

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. — 28 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Two Men Discredited In the Report of the Legislative Committee of the Central Labor Council. John V. Campbell and Augustus N. Summers Declared to Be Against Union Labor. Every Man Who Carries a Card Should Read This and Vote Against Both Men. RAY ECK ECK BROTHERS WALTER ECK Florists and Decorators Office, Canal S157, Re$. Weil 3082-Y 1231 VINE STREET, CINCINNATI, 0. Phones : Your Photo Will Possess an Exact Likeness of You if made by "Rensler." Your Photo With Our New Oil Painted Background HENSLER UN CAUintT I'ObT CAKUS 3rrr D OC rinished In rUK OC Ten Minutea 527 Central Ave. Guaranteed not to fade and to he the best In the city. Open Day and Night. Sunday also The Central Labor Council last Tues day night unanimously endorsed tile fol lowing report of llicir legislative com mittee and ordered ."iO.ODO copies printed for distribution. There arc but two men declared un friendly to organized labor lion. Au gustus Summers, Republican candidate for Supreme Court, an...

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. — 28 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE t TKel ab of 111 A3 vo c ate INDEPENDENT l PAPER FOR ALL WHO TOIL Ofllcinl Oi-kuii of The liuildhiK Trades Council of Cincinnati nnil Vicinity Issued Weekly W. E. MYERS Business Office, 20-21 Thorns Communications should be on hand not later than Wed nesday to insure publication. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE otjsU70 CINCINNATI, OHIO, THROWING DUST IN YOUR EYES. Campbell made out the same kind of a ease against the Labor Advocate that he did against the Union Painters, but we will have a different jury. UNION LABOR FOR CAMPBELL. If Vincent Doty and Emery Teeters were out of jail they could hustle for Campbell, so he could put some of their friends where they are today. EMERSON WAS LUCKY. Rev. Dr. White was in favor of moving Walter Emerson because he was not a trained social worker. Waller should feel compli mented as ninety per cent of the trained social workers arc trained grafters. HE WILL John V. Campbell ought to put for him. TWENTY PIECES OF SILVER. We unders...

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. — 28 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE ORGANIZER OF STREET CAR MEN COMING TO COVINGTON Itczon Orr Will Talco Up Green Line Dispute Rczon Orr, national organizer of the Street Car Employes' Union, is expect ed in Covington, Ky., late Monday to confer with officials of the "Green Line" Company with reference to securing the reinstatement of six men who were dis charged. Polk LalToon, secretary of the C , N. C. Comnany, has made formal answer to the wiitlcn communication of the union. The union had asked that the company accept as the third mem ber of the arbitration committee one from a list of names which was sub mitted. Laffoon did not state what an swer the company made, but it is bc liccd that, in view of the fact that he sent a request to the union headquarters in Detroit asking for a representative to be sent to Covington, the company re fused to accept any of those suggested by the Covington union. It is believed that, after Organizer Orr arrives, ar rangements - ill be made for an amicable settle...

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. — 28 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE r W. A. JOHNSTON THE JOHNSTON PHONE MAIN 1884 WHAT ABOUT OUR COURTS? LILT US PRESERVE THE INTEGRITY. EFFICIENCY AND JUSTICE IN OUR COURTS BY ELECTING AS OUR JUDGES MEN OF HONESTY. ABILITY AND IMPARTIALITY. VOTE FOR ALL THESE MEN: Put an X Mark before each name. "PICK THEM OUT" on the Separate Judicial Ballot. ALL THESE CANDIDATES ENDORSED AT THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES. Republican Judicial Campaign Committee John G. O'Conuell, Chairman. VOTE FOR THOMAS J. O'NEILL Democratic Candidate for STATE SENATOR ELECTION : Tuesday, November 7th, 1916 VOTE FOR Charles J. Hosbrook Democratic Candidate FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR Member of firm of D. S. Hosbrook & Son, Engineers and Surveyors, Pickering Building, Cincinnati. VOTE FOR HIRAM A. DE CAMP Democratic Candidate For State Legislature ELECTION NOVEMBER 7th, 1916 VOTE FOR E. H. BRINK Democratic Candidate For Congress FIRST OHIO DISTRICT Election November 7th, 1916 C. E. GIRTON ARTIFICIAL LIMB GO. 230 WEST FOURTH STREET For .Ind...

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. — 28 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE ROBERT J. O'BRIEN A Popular Candldutu for the Stutc Somite. COUX JIUKKIOItS HAVIO UXIOX. Danville, 111. Corn liuskcrs in Mitl dlcfork township linvc formed a union and aic demanding J cents a bushel wlicie the farmer has a corn (lump and 'A cents when they arc compelled to scoop it. The price includes bed and hoard while thev arc at work The average corn lutskcr can husk from 71 to 100 bushels a day and at the rates proposed by the union they make from Vino to if 1.00 a day with board and sleeping (piartcrs. '1 he scale is 1 Lcntabovc what the fanners aie offer ing in most localities. The union has about 100 membcis and, owing to scar city of labor because of extensive road building in the county, the union threat ens to cause a great trouble among the corn buskers. JOS. McGHEE Kor Attorney General Always n Friend of the Working Classes. Jos. McGhcc, Democratic condidatc for Attorney General, was born October (J, 1872, and educated in the common schools. He is a m...

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. — 28 October 1916

S)irr 8 THE LABOR ADVOCATE Republicans to Buy Union Labor On Election Day, Says the "Enquirer." Money to Be Poured Into Ohio to Buy the Votes of All the Rene gade Union Men Who They Figure, Will Sell Out Their Principles and Their Union For a Few Dollars.- The field of action is being rapidly cluttered up by the formation of an end less variety of labor unions, business men's leagues', co-operative clubs, patri otic alliances and similar contrivances designed ' to extract what is known in the headquarters of the true Democracy as the "glue," from the coffers of the political committees and the pockets of the private citizen who thinks that the country can he saved by the use of money on election day among the igno rant classes. Far he it from this old scion of the eternal verities to intimate that they arc just plain suckers. Let others perform this disagreeable task. Yet it is rather shocking to have it calm ly announced that lion Frank Hitch cock, of Xcw York, is coming out here t...

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. — 28 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE m VK Economy Of The Eight-Hour Law By SAMUEL GOMPERS in American Federationist. The discussion and prominence re cently given the eight-hour workday principle has given the world the ben efit of many experiences that might oth erwise have never been made public. Among many convincing statements set ting forth the economic advantages of the shorter workday is the following b) Artur L. Sardy: "From 1001 to 1905 I was Pacific Coast manager of the Armour" Fertilizer Works, owned and operated by Armour and Company of Chicago. "When I took charge the laborers in the plant worked ten hours daily for $1.7.1. I raised this to $2, shoitcned the time to nine hours, then to eight hours without increasing the cost per ton. "Furthermore, while my men were all Mexicans of small stature the cost of J. J. ENNEKING Successor lo Mvx Rudolph j& FLORIST jz? l'lionc, Canal 27J 11 W. 12th Street CINCINNATI, O. M SALZER, Manager MEATS and POULTRY The Marchmann Grocery "The Store of Q...

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. — 28 October 1916

wrtrr 10 THE LABOR ADVOCATE - --"3! ptHir -iHIP MIIAVAUKIIIO MACIIIXItSTS (JAI.V. Milwaukee, Wis.- Machinists in tins citv are wintiitiK their cight-liour strike, reports Iimnictt Adams, organicr of the Iiiternatioiial ssociatiou of .Maclim ists. The strike started Jul IS, and m oled 4,'Mt inachuic shoi workers. Settlements h.ic liccn reached in 10 shops through conferences of the man agement with committees appointed hy the union Today ciRht shops, (.mplojiiiK 110'men, are working IS hours or less a week. Imvc shops, emiilojiiin l.Kl'J, arc working SO hours or less a week The other shops, employing :i,i)0() men, arc working KVi hours a week t the lt Kinuing of the campaign, Milwaukee was known as a fll-houi a week town The average wage increased from under 'Jl cents an hour to :il cents an hour I'Mo.v ok iiorsiniAiDS. Ijostou Minimum wage foi house maids, a week, working time, ten hours a day 'I his is the outcome of the organisation of the Pitlsfield Servant Girls' Union, which is...

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. — 28 October 1916

THE LABOR ADVOCATE 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 ...'." & ;-';-, EDWARD H. JONES CANDIDATE FOR SECOND TERM Judge Court of Appeals FIRST DISTRICT On Separate Judicial Ticket Cnunties in District Under, Clermont, Clinton, Hamil ton and Warren CONTRACTING FIRMS WHO ARE FAIR TO UNION LABOR (Continued from page 10) Nltsclicr St David, Ml V. Liberty St. Nolan, I-:. J 1037 E, McMickcn avc. Kicmct, Jlcnry, 4118 Hamilton avc. Kccnan, Tlios., 830 K. Third st. UicstcnbcrK I'lumbing Co., Harrison ave. and llarnard st. Ryan Plumbing Co., A. J., 410 V. Fourth sr. SaiiRcr, C, 1B40 IlapsburR st. Schuster & Wagner, 1228 Walnut st. Schwartz & Kern, 2117 W. Eighth st. Suttkamp, It. II., 7C4 Clark st. Schlcmmcr, Koht., 17.00 I.inn st. Schultc Bros., Mills and Allison ave., Norwood. Stark, H. J., 2010 Vine st. Schanzcl, B. A., 770 E. McMil...

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. — 28 October 1916

nr. JWVK'W WTlXVr 12 THE LABOR ADVOCATE FOR. Your (5) SAVE MONEY SUITS &gfR.. $11.75 Oirr 100 Sljlrs lo Pick From. We Outran (ft the fit or Return Your Money. H. NEWBURGER 503 W. SIXTH ST. I riionc iniuirtns wear, .Millinery, Canal 7.y :iinl Hair (ioods THE REGAL CLOAK&SUIT CO. LAIIIi:? OUTI'I ITERS Cloaks, Suits, Skirt i, Dresses and I'urs 015 Ccntrul Ac, Neur Sixth St. CINCINNATI, OHIO !. ft !... -..! THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS WORTH 10c : 20c : 30c OR MORE Clip it, bring it to our store and we will give you a (lib- count of 10 on all purchases in our Men's and Hoys' Cloth ing and Furnishing Depait nients. Void after Oct. 28, I Dili LORENTZ'S RACE AND ELDER STREETS Flndlay Market GREATEST AMERICAN RECORDS In Teaching Kpcrt Shorthand and in Tiaiu'mg and placing Students as Private Secretaiics and as Office Stenographers aie found in the work of this School, Wh not investigate and save $1()().0() in becoming a fine Stenographer? 'J hen jou can be sine of a good position within 8 ...

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