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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 21 April 1917

s ( Lib INDEPENDENT NONPARTISAN 3W? Property and Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Vol. V. No. I CINCINNATI, OHIO, APRIL 21, 1917 One Dollar a Year ten. m i m- 1 til Bigelow Makes Complete Answer To the Executive Board of the Ohio State Federation of Labor. He Believes That the People, Next November, Should Instruct the Legis lature to Pass an Old Age Pension Law, Which Would Not Inter fere With the Report of the Governor's Commission. Stop the Court House Strike! Make the McCaul Company Start Work at Once, If They Cannot Get Labor Here, Let Them Get It Elsewhere. The Court House Commission Should Do Their Duty If They Have the Courage, and Save the County Money The Executive Board of the Ohio Fed eration of Labor refuses to co-operate with the Old Arc Pension League. The officers of the labor federation take the stand that nothing should be done in view of the fact that a law has already been passed creating a legislative commission to investi...

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 April 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE I w f" WAM, STKEET AND AVAR. Persons and Property Represented In It Will Suffer From Conflict. Of the many admirable speeches in the Senate jn support of the war resolu tion, that of John Sharp Williams, of Missouri, was notable because it strip ped Senators Norris and La Follcttc of their various disguises and exposed them to the merciless inspection of their fellow-countrymen. It is to be a Wall street war, Messrs. Norris and La Follcttc had shrieked. Did Wall street devastate Belgium and Serbia? Did Wall street sink the Lusi tania, the Arabic and the Sussex? Did Wall street blow the American ships Healdton, Aztec and Missourian out of the water? Has Wall street ever de stroyed a hospital ship or a Belgian re lief ship? When did Wall street drop bombs upon women and children in un defended towns, and how long is it since Wall street ordered the American peo ple off the seas? Wall street is not without sin, but such interest as it has manifested in this war is no...

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 April 1917

I? THE LABOR ADVOCATE t I r ' LONGING FOR PEACE BEHIND BERLIN STRIKE Labor Troubles Involve Great Span dau Munition liant Crowds Arc Bitter Kiel Socialists Express Opposition to AVar Credits. London, April 18, The number of strikers in Berlin is placed in semi-official reports, according to Copenhagen dispatches, at 125,000 and, notwithstand ing official news agency denials, includes workers in munition plants, particularly the great plant at Spandau. The Vor wacrts, the Socialist organ, admits that the demonstrations are based not only on the food situation but also on the de mand for immediate internal reforms and the deep longing of the people for peace. The paper laments ihe fact that the demonstration will ericouragc Ger man's opponents to continue the war and will diminish the output of munitions. It argues that the strike can not be re carded as anti-governmental since the 'Austrian and German declarations jus tify the hope thai the policy of the Cen tral Powers is now on a p...

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 April 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE m '! INDEPENDENT HisMLAS, NONPARTISAN "-CSSN A PAPER FOR ALL WHO TOIL Official Organ of Tho Untldlng 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 otrtg70 CINCINNATI, OHIO, APRIL 21, 1917 AVI r AT AVIIiTi AVE DO AVITH THEM? Full liberty to come and go, for alien enemies who "hold their tongues" and keep away from forts, camps and munition plants is an idealistic as well as an immediately economical arrangement, in a time of war, but occasions are perfectly certain soon to arise where the plan will work badly. There are some thousands of young Ger man reservists in this country who have npt the sense of loyalty to the Republic which the earlier comers possess who have, indeed, no other desire tha...

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. — 21 April 1917

-teetiS THE LABOR ADVOCATE f K t ' fc iooc Situation Alarming! Victor Heintz Urges All Cincinnatians to Plant At Once. The State of Ohio Should Take Charge of All Farms and Assist Farmers With Money and Labor. Congressman Victor Heintz has sounded the alarm as to the food situa tion. His telegram reached us too late last week for us to devote the space necessary to it. If this country docs not raise a big crop of foodstuffs this year, not only will the people of the United States suffer, but Great Britain and France will suffer and their aggressive military power will be weakened, if not para lyzed. The right solution of the entire war problem comes back to the farm, therefore, as to a foundation on which our whole national and international structure must be built, if it is to be strong and dependable. But to make the farm do the work that is vital to the United States as well as to Europe three factors are essential. The first is the time element. Whatever we arc to do must be don...

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 April 1917

THE LABOR -'ADVOCATE M i n k PRACTICAL HAT SHOP v 706 VINE STREET Ladles' and Cent' Hat Cleaned, Blocked and Re-trimmed by Expert Hatter PANAMAS A SPECIALTY BLEACH WITHOUT USE OF ACIDS. Fl nUUPDQ J as a token of love, sym- rLUlILnO t pathyand of appreciation Phone Wr.nt 2095 JOSEPH BERAN FLORIST Funeral Work a Specialty 83S Clark Street CINCINNATI!). Reiter's Home for Quality For UNION-MADE Work Shirts, Overalls, Suspenders 1437 MAIN STREET, Nat Door lo Main Tbatre HENRY REITER, Prop. Phone, West 3681-Y DR. E. H. HAGERMAN DENTIST 120? CENTRAL AVE., CINCINNATI, OHIO Residence 12 W. Seventh St. Firmtrlr KEEL DERTtl CO., 1065 Central Annuo Wear Union Made Suspenders. Garters, Arm Bands and Belts MADE BY THE AMERICAN SUSPENDER CO. CINCINNATI, OHIO The Columbia Life Insurance Co. of Cincinnati LIFE-HEALTH-ACCIDENT Phone Canal B083 Henry Schwartz Merchant Tailor 428 W. Seventh St. Cincinnati,0. Cosmopolitan Hall FOR RENT FOR Meetings and Dances 1313 VINE STREET FRANK DUTTENHOFEK, Propriet...

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 April 1917

V THE LABOR ADVOCATE "H li I itf .1 NEW RECORD FOR PROMPT AJUSTMENT Miners nnd Operators Quickly Conic to Agreement to Aid Government Twenty Per Cent Increaso Is Given the Men. BUILDING NOTES New York, April 18. Having set tled their wage differences, the bitumi nous coal miners and operators of Ohio, Western Pennsylvania, Illinois and In diana will now unite to co-operate with the Council of National Defense in maintaining the production of coal to meet Government requirements. A joint committee for this purpose was appoint ed by the wage conference before it ad journed last night. The conference, ac cording to a statement by John P. White, international president of the "United Mine Workers of America, "set sr new mark for the prompt adjustment of relations between employers and em ployes in a spirit of patriotism and mu tual accommodation worthy of good citizens in this time of emergency." The increase in wages agreed upon aver ages 20 per cent to 225,000 miners. It is effective ...

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 April 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE t- Mi It m m M m is Vr l I Building Contracts, Contractors and Sub - Contractors Residence Alterations, to cost nfiout $10,000, in country residence at Muhl hauscr, north of Glcndale, 0. Owner, Dr. Walter E. Griess; architects, Wer ner & Adkins, Mercantile Library Build ing, Cincinnati, O. General contract awarded to J. H. Brockman & Sons Co. ; heating and plumbing, to Frank Niesen & Co. Residence A 3j4-story brick resi dence, with tile roof and a garage, to be built on Bccchwood avenue. Owner, Adolph Brycr; architect, Moritz Sax, Fourth National Bank Building, Cincin nati, O. General contract awarded to the G. A. Peters Realty Co., and for plumbing to Lamping Bros. Factory A 3-story building, of mill construction, to be erected at Mentor and Huston avenues, Norwood, O. Own er, the Pfau Mfg. Co.; architects, Harry Hake and Chas. H. Kuck, associate. Telephone Building, Cincinnati, O. Ad ditional contracts awdrded as follows: Elevators, the Warner Elevat...

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 April 1917

-gaM-nfetUir. s -Jwst&, THE LABOR ADVOCATE 9 i fc. 50,000 WIUTJ3 ILTilTKItATES. Columbia, S. C George D. Brown, state supervisor of mill schools, gives this sidelight on conditions confronting South Carolina workers who would im prove living standards. "In the state of South Carolina there arc over 60,000 white illiterates. Many, if not a majority, arc found in mill vil lages. Of our 100 corporations, 71 pro vide night schools, pupils from 08 mill districts attended, total enrollment over 5,000 pupils. "Poverty and misfortune make it im possible formany of the grown people to earn a living, for the family; such people move to the place where the chil dren can be used most advantageously. Mill work is inviting to men who are physically incapacitated for making a success on the farm, and to women with large families, who must depend for their living upon the daily income of their own labor. KIIL FEMjOW-SEUVANT BIIiIi. Nashville, Tenn. The house has dc- i?atcdi the fellow-servant m...

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 April 1917

v"t H' ' 10 THE LABOR ADVOCATE 1 ii it m Ml F tf! I tf IM 1 I iihi f in jumn u en" mm f&nBM,Mi!fMamaBBU:illarrsiiLMmVm u. iifli jicjk. ACTIVE IN DKOATUR. Decatur, 111. Building trades union ists have secured substantial wage in creases, effective the first of the month. Carpenters raised wages 10 cents an hour; plumbers, 7J4 cents; electricians, 0 cents; hod carriers,! 5 cents; painters, an average of Vt cents. Precaution. "You .make your heroines singularly unattractive, old chap." "Well, I don't like to do it, and I pre sume it hurts my vogue. But my wife is a trifle jealous and you know safe ty first." Louisville Courier-Journal. A POINT TO REMEMBER We Bank on Quality and Win on Price. KAPPNER'S BIG SHOE STORE 1319 MAIN STREET Fancy Shoes and Hosiery (or All Union Made Sloes Rtiwti S 1 H Gran ud Sunt; Slimpi Gut Flee. Open Evening! Phone Canat 180I-R Frederick A. Poweleit, Jr. MAKER OF ii k fi THE ORIGINAL A Clgftf STRICTLY UNION MADE 68 E. McMicken Ave ' FRANK RENN, Fr... St...

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 April 1917

"r , THE LABOR ADVOCATE 11 h-M-l M M I M M t m-m-m-m-M-H j-w- Niwvww t Wi u m r i ii H IrJ WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT Original Articles by Women for Women. ' M IN A NEW ROLE A Woman Becomes a Chief Yeo man In Our Navy. ASSIGNED IN PHILADELPHIA. Only Twenty Years Old, This Young v-;Lady Passed Doth Her Physical and Mental Examinations and Went Di rectly to Work as Recruiting Agent. Miss I.orettu Walsh, cousin of Dr. James .1. Wnlhh. former (lean of the faculty of Medicine of Fordlmni uni versity, hatt entered upon her duties as u chief .Yeoman in the United States navy, the tlrst woman ever enrolled for service In the country's naval arm. Miss Wolirii, who Is twenty years old, passed her physical and mental ex- MISS I.ORETTA WALSH. nmlu'itlous and was Immediately as signed to duty under Lieutenant Com mander I- it. Payne of the United States Naval home, by whom she was sworn In. The oath was administered at the home and was witnessed by a large number of women attached to the Navy league. Th...

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 April 1917

s 12 THE LABOR. ADVOCATE m In J If U! LORENTZ'S DEPARTMENT STORE COR. RACE AND ELDER STS. FINDLAY MARKET Dry Goods, Notions Floor Coverings and Draperies Clothing, furnish ings and Shoes WEAR CROWN ' CLOTHES Spring Woolens .Ready for Selection UNION MADE Crown Tailoring Co. 1309 VINE ST. BRANCH.STORE BRIGHTON Open Every Evening The Labor Advocate Official Organ 20-21" Thorns Building. Phone Canal 5511 OFFICERS OF THE COUNCIL Financial Secretary and Treasurer Jos. Nolde. Warden Jas. McHale. Sergeant-at-Arms Geo. Koch. Trustees Thos. Anderson, Guy Hecker and Ed Conners. President and Business .Agent Jos. A. Cullen, 89 E. Twelfth st. Telephone, Canal 1860. Vice-President Phil. Fischer. Recording Secretary, Phil Gasdorf. Walk A Block More Save $3.00 Get A Union Made Suit NONE BETTER JJ515 Up MADE .TO ORDER Union Woolen Mills Co. 1VS2SSSiSS' Christ Dinkelacker THE QUALITY BAKER 2519 SPRING GROVE AVENUE Telephone West I438-X & 1148 CINCINNATI, OHIO PLAYER-PIANOS HIGHEST QUALITY AT LOW...

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 April 1917

v TE LIBRARY u INDEPENDENT NON-PARTISAN szmmx Property and Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity J- Vol. V. No. 2 CINCINNATI, OHIO, APRIL 28, 1917 One Dollar a Year Jgeabor;-AdvoCAie Kroger To Union Labor. Not Put Them His Clerks The Kroger Grocery and Baking Com pany signed up last Thursday with their union drivers, after a six months' fight, wherein Kroger lost thousands of cus tomers who are members of union labor. , As soon as they saw it was cheaper to settle the strike than to lose trade, they promptly did so, but the following ex cuse, given by the company, is humor ous ! "The union is given recognition; the men receive a scale of wages satisfac tory to the union, and they will partici pate in the profits of the Mutual Haul ing Company, organized by the Kroger Company," Mr. Albers said. "B. H. Kroger felt that in view of the fact that the country was at war this was no time for strikes," he said. No, Mr. Albers, that's not the case and Kroge...

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 April 1917

p" rv THE LABOR ADVOCATE 'N l! 1 w I ill It 5 K5 1 J WANTS A SMOOTH NECK OFFICER WHO CAN READ Bridgeport, Conn. The attempts of John C. Stanley, president of the board of police commissioners, to prohibit trade union meetings and the circulation of trade union literature, has aroused the editor of the Bridgeport Farmer, who stands for constitutional' guarantees and demands that Stanley resign, because "the business and industrial interests of Bridgeport need somebody with a smooth neck who has read the constitution." "The foundation of the American sys tem is law," says the editor. "Law rests upon the guarantees of the constitution. Among these guarantees none is more precious than the right of free speech ana assemblage, and tlie'right to be safe, in property and person, from unlawful attack. "The security of property is threaten ed by any anarchy which breaks down respect for law. A dangerous manifes tation of contemporary life in Bridge port is the contempt for the constitu tiona...

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 April 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE NO PROHIBITION DURING THE WAR Even Optimistic Dry Champions Give Up Hope May Bnr Snlo of Liquor to Soldiers or Snllors Hugo Taxes Suggested. Washington. In laying their plans for raising nearly $2,000,000,000 for war ex penses from taxation, House leaders are proceeding upon confident belief that there will be no nationwide prohibition legislation at this session of Congress. Even many of the most optimistic pro hibition champions now are hoping for no more than a law forbidding the sale of liquor to soldiers or sailors. . The case against any attempt at gen eral prohibition legislation has been based upon the arguments that a con stitutional amendment could not be adopted and put into effect in loss than a year or more, and that the Govern ment needs the revenue from liquor taxes for the war chest. The Ways and Means Subcommittee, which is drafting a preliminary revenue bill, is being urged to increase the levies on whisky and beer to the highest possi ble figure...

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 April 1917

V.." THE LABOR ADVOCATE I I INDEPENDENT NONPARTISAN MN A PAPER FOR ALL WHO TOIL , Official Organ of The Building Trjides 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 70 CINCINNATI, OHIO, APRIL 28, 1917. Von Bissing the Brute. The rule about saying nothing but good of the dead will be generally suspended in the case of Baron Vou Bissing, late military governor of Belgium. He won the title to infamy which his death in the harness of his tyranny can not set aside. All -that could be said in palliation of Bissing's deeds is that, in committing them, he was merely obeying orders. But that her was willing to obey these orders, and even improved on them a little in the direction of rapine, of slaughter, of slave-catching an...

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 April 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE TO STUDY, NOT TO HINDER By President Gomi-ers. The President's proclamation of war between this country and Germany was followed by a feeling and a fear of un known disturbances in the commercial and industrial world. There were rumors and the beginnings of efforts to make war danger the excuse for changing completely existing standards.' Move ments began to suspend or to change the standard of the workday and other con ditions established to protect the health and to conserve the labor power of workers. In order to inject something that would act as a steadying force during the first hours after the war, the execu tive committee of the committee on la bor, including conservation of the health and welfare of workers, adopted a dec laration which was referred to the ad visory commission, and when adopted by that body, to tne council of national defense. The council of national de fense then adopted and made public the declaration. The purpose of the declara tion wa...

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 April 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE w PRACTICAL HAT SHOP 706 VINE STREET Ladle' and Cent' Hat Cleaned, Blacked and Re-trimmed by Expert Hatters PANAMAS A SPECIALTY BLEACH WITHOUT USE OF ACIDS. Fl flWFRQ I ua token of love, sym- I I Until O I pathyand of appreciation Phone Wett 209S JOSEPH BERAN FLORIST Funeral Work a Specialty 83S Clark Street CINCINNATI, O, Reiter s Home for Quality For UNION-MADE Work Shirts, Overalls, Suspenders 1437 MAIN STREET, Neil Door to Main Theatre HENRY REITER, Prop. Phone, Wet 3G61-Y DR. E. H. HAGERMAN DENTIST 1209 CENTRAL AVE., CINCINNATI, OHIO Residence 12 W. Seventh St. formerly KEEL OENTU CO., 1085 Central Annul Wear Union Made Suspenders, Garters, Arm Bands and Belts MADE BY THE AMERICAN SUSPENDER CO. CINCINNATI, OHIO The Columbia Life Insurance Co. of Cincinnati LIFE-HEALTH-ACCIDENT Phone Canal 8083 Henry! Schwartz Merchant Tailor 428 W. Seventh St. Cincinnati, 0. Cosmopolitan Hall FOR RENT FOR Meetings and Dances 1313 VINE STREET FRANK DUTTENHOFER, Proprietor Tel....

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 April 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE THE BOY SCOUT DRILLING THE HOME GUARD. VOLUNTARY ACTION URGED BY GOMPERS U if ft f AMERICA'S ORGANIZED WORK- ING WOMEN TO MEET IN CONVENTION The National Women's Trade Union League, representing through its af filiated membership 150,000 organized working women, is calling its sixth bi ennial convention to meet at Kansas City, Missouri, June 4-0th. These arc critical days in the history of the world and it is essential that the organized working women of America meet together for counsel and for ac tion. England, France, Germany and other countries now at war have called into consultation the women of labor when makiii"- plans for the workers' service to their country. Women will be called upon in ever increasing numbers to serve industry. It is of vital importance that the work ing women of America be ready to meet these problems. America can profit by the world's experience. Will she do so? Recent government reports from Great Britain on "Standards of Work in Wa...

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 April 1917

iittSw THE LABOR ADVOCATE t'l i t! ' I I! I i i si Liy I ! n w Building Contracts, Contractors and Sub - Contractors Church A brick church, to be erect ed on Cartilage and Township avenues, Elmwood Place, O. Owner, the St. Aloysius R. C. Church; architect, A. Kunz, Jr 055 V. Court street, Cincin nati, O. Contract for brick work lias been awarded to H. 13. Jacobs, and for carpenter work, to Joseph Ncycr. This is for the superstructure, the basement having been constructed heretofore. The cost will be $40,000. Church A chapel to be built in rear of Christ Church PnrUh Hnnciv nn Fourth street. Gaibcr & Underwood, ......... "".; .,... uw ix . uiuunuuu, architects. Union Central Building, Cm- fnllnWQ ; Kvrrivrifinti nrwl mncniir fi ......, v., .,. .,u.uu wuua us to Kaiser; reinforced cencrctc, the L. Eid Concrete Steel Co.; brick work, hollow tile and cut stone, the David Hummel Building Co.; carpentry and lumber, Jas. Griffith & Sons Co.; elec tric work, the Bcltzhoovcr Electric...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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