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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 28 April 1917

TE LABOR ADVOCATE LAUOIl COMMITTEES. - MM CAU MEN" SECUKE INCREASES. t im i I -Arc Appointed To Safeguard Work ers During AVar. Washington. Appointment of Na tional Labor Committees to supervise the continuous operation of measures to safeguard workers and adjust all ques tions involving working standards was announced today by Samuel Gompcrs, Chairmanof the Labor Committee of .the Council of National Defense. At the head of the committees will Tbc an Executive Committee, with Mr. Gompers as Chairman. Its membership will include Secretary of Labor Wilson ; "V. Evcrit Macy, President of the Na tional Civic Federation ; Elisha Lee, General Manager of the Pennsylvania Railroad; James Lord, President of the Mining Department of the American Federation of Labor; Warren S. Stone, Grand Chief of the Brotherhood of Lo comotive Engineers; C. E. Michael, of the National Association of '.Manufac turers ; Frank Morrison. Secretary of the American Federation of Labor; Lee TC. Frankcl, Vice-Presi...

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 April 1917

10 THE LABOR ADVOCATE W " 0tflB& cgJWigp B "flW tJfeaSiaE aM 'flfWh- aM Km t, 1'JiASTEltEKS HAISE WAGES. Hamilton, Ontarfo. OrRanizcel plast erers have raised their old rate of fid cents an hour to fi.'i cents. When the war started these workers accepted a wage cut of S'i cents an hour and re cently demanded that the old rate he in creased to 00 cents. As a result of nego tiations a compromise of S3 cents was accepted. imKWKitr woiticrcns gaix. Jackson, Mich. JJrcwery Workers' Union has signed agreements with local breweries in this city. Wages arc raised $:i a week. A POINT TO REMEMBER We Bank on Quality and Win on Price. KAPPNER'S BIG SHOE STORE 1319 MAIN STREET Fancy Shoes and Hosiery for Alt Union Made Sboei Repurei S A H Great and Saretr Sttmpi Gf ra Free. Open Evening! Phone Canal I601-R Frederick A. Poweleit, Jr. MAKER OF A"r:o. the original rx Ugar STRICTLY UNION MADE 68 E. McMicken Ave FRANK RENN, Prop. . alric"tl tlate Coat Mercer Hall Cafe 1324 Vine SI., Cor. Mercer C...

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 April 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE ! ( WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT Original Articles by Women for Women. THE CHAFING DISH Why Not, Polish It Up For Spring Breakfasts Now? AS CHEAP AS GAS BILLS. There Are Any Number of Menus That Small Families Enjoy Cooked Right on the Table Betides, It's More Fun Than a Range. x Why lu many homes Is the chafing dish relegated to 'the sideboard ns an almost useless ornument, dragged forth only for "company?" If the chnQng dish proves Itself a useful and practical means of preparing a meal for guests, why is it not equal ly good to cook family incals,'especial ly the lighter supper, tea und luncheon? Many a time when, the hostess herself has to prepare meals she would save herself labor by using the chafing dish instead of cooking In the kitchen nnd trotting back nnd forth with the vari ous foods. Perhaps, too, father would not complain ro much that he "doesn't get a chance to talk to mother," be cause she has to bpend so much time preparing n meal, if mother used the chafin...

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 April 1917

3tUStSjCil ft M UN W(' JW'" x 1 k & : THE LABOR ADVOCATE 1 s if ii a. i j' 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 Walk A Block More Save $3.00 Get A Union Made Suit NONE BETTER $15 Up MADE TO ORDER Union Woolen Mills Co. JiSISSSiSS' Christ Dinkelacker THE QUALITY BAKER 2519 SPRING GROVE AVENUE Telephones West 1438-X & 1148 CINCINNATI, OHIO PLAYER-PIANOS HIGHEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES A large assortment of the best makes with national reputations to select from. Visit our Talking Machine Department, the most complete store of its kind in the city. Victor Victrolas, Columbia Grafonolas and the famous Edison Diamond Disc Phonographs. GEO. P. GROSS, 1324 Main St Cincinnati, 0. SUITS TO ORDER UNION MADE Dry Cleaning and Pressing Uni...

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. — 5 May 1917

, jr- sa V 8 IRRARY INDEPENDENT NONPARTISAN i ??imK, Property and Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity i Vol. V. No. 3 CINCINNATI, OHIO, MAY 5, 1917 One Dollar a Year - i i..ii r X, , i ii . EtPCMffJg.m JBJfTOTfc . - . . ... f r rv i i. President Samuel Gompers Of the American Federation of Labor, Analyzes the Feeling and Sentiment of Oar War With Germany, He Supports the President. Existing Standards For Workers Are Not To Be Disturbed. (By Samuel Gompers) The President's proclamation of war between this country and German was followed by a feeling and a fear of un known disturbances in the commercial and industrial world. There were ru mors and the beginnings of efforts to make war danger the excuse for chang ing completely existing standards. Move ments began to suspend or to change the standard of the workday and other conditions established to protect the health and to conserve the labor power of workers. In order to inject something that wou...

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. — 5 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE The Social Unit Organization Reports Progress Miss Jessie Bogen Selected to Establish the First Unit. The Academy of Medecine Endorses the Plan. During the past week marked progress lias been made in the development of plans by which a national laboratory for experimentation in social democracy will be established in Cincinnati tinder the auspices of the National Social Unit Organization, The most important of these developments hac been the ac ceptance by the city government of an invitation to co-operate in the movement to dcNclot) a model community in some section of the cits to be chosen in a few weeks, and the selection of an experi enced worker whose task will be to or ganize the people of the selected unit into a planning, studying and working body. The General Council or the executive bod of the Cincinnati Social Unit Or ganization has received the assurance of Maor I'uchta that various city de partments will lend assistance in mak ing the experiment a suc...

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. — 5 May 1917

. v-, 3T3r , m--&w)jiiwtsai2&n'&xiJ'it' THE LABOR ADVOCATE R i WOHKEltS PAY ONE-HAM? OP FUND FOR FJ11ST AID. Seattle, Wash. Although dissatisfied with certain features of the new first-aid law, officers of the state federation of labor have recommended that the "reft crendum be not applied to this legisla tion at this time. The trade union movement attempted to have costs placed on the industry, but under the law th? costs are divided equally between the employer and em ploye. Industries arc divided into five groups, according to hazard, termed A, 13, C. D, and E. The employer paj s into the fund monthly for each day's work performed, as follows: Class A, 1 cent; B, Vi cents; C, 2 cents; D, 2'2 cents; E, 3 cents. The cmplocr shall deduct one-half of his premiums from his work ers. All charges for maintaining the fund shall be borne by the state indus trial insurance commission. To enforce the first aid law a state medical board shall be created, consist ing of the chief ...

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. — 5 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE INDEPENDENT NONPARTISAN sgr.- - A PAPER FOR ALL WHO TOIL Official Organ of Tho Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Issued Weekly W. E. MYERS Editor Business Office, 20-21 Thorns Building. Phone, Canal 5511 Communications should be on hand not later than Wed nesday to insure publication. Entered at the postoffice at Cincinnati, Ohio, as second class mail matter. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE oteggjo CINCINNATI, OHIO, MAY 5, 1917. The Mooney Affair. That the death sentence of the obscure labor leader in San Fran cisco should crop up in Pctrograd, so many miles away, as the telegrams in the daily press show, will tend to have an effect which may become of profound international importance is a startling in stance of the present cohesion of the world. The radical press of this country and apparently of the world, has been seething with the criminal trials which have followed the explosion of the bomb at the preparedness parade in San Francisco. It would ...

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. — 5 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE 9 TEACHING GERMAN Will Bo Discontinued in the Primary Grades of the Public Schools Whether the- School Hoard Agrees To It or Not. It would be useless for the Board of Education just now to 'take up the mat ter of study of German in the public schools, m view of the fact that teach ers of the language have contracts which do not expire until September 1, declared President J. M. Withrow last night, when his attention was called to published parts of a letter written to Superintendent Randall J. Condon by Alexander Thomson, College Hill, sales manager of the Champion Coated Pa per Company. Mr. Thomson's letter again brought forth the question whether or not the teaching of any foreign language in the lower grades was desirable. The issue first was brought forth when Cincinnati members of Ohio Society, Sons of the Revolution, adopted a reso lution calling for the abolition of Ger man courses except in high schools, where the language has the same status as other non-...

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. — 5 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE PRACTICAL HAT SHOP 706 VINE STREET Ladle' and Cent's Hate Cleaned, Blocked and Re-trimmed by Expert Hatters PANAMAS A SPECIALTY BLEACH WITHOUT USE OF ACIDS. CI nWI-R I ai a token of love, sym- I LUIItnO 1 pathyand of appreciation Phone Wtitt 209S JOSEPH BERAN FLORIST Funeral Work a Specialty 838 Clark Street CINCINNATiro. Reiter s Home for Quality For UNION-MADE Work Shirts, Overalls, Suspenders 1437 MAIN STREET, Next Door to Miiu Theatre HENRY REITER, Prop. Phone, West 3061 -Y DR. E. H. HAGERMAN DENTIST 1209 CENTRAL AVE., CINCINNATI, OHIO Residence 12 W. Seventh St.l Formtrlr KEEL DENTIL CD., 1065 Ctntnl 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 Phons 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. — 5 May 1917

. 3FiT32SKrf h - ywypffiuc . THE LABOR ADVOCATE n LOW-WAGE EMM.OVEKS CHUCK ED nr GOMl'EHS. Washington. Newspaper claims tiiat J. resident Gompcrs is against strikes in war tunes is discussed as follows in the current issue of the Trades Unionist, published m this city: , "To a man who has not lost his head in these martial days, it looks as though President Gompcrs outpointed those pa triotic citizens who arc interested in the question of cheap labor, and he also so bered up a lot of organized workers im mediately following the declaration that war exists. "Many state legislatures were in ses sion at the time and certain employers took advantage of the excitement to in sist that all labor restrictions be remov ed, under the false theory that this would increase production. Long hour advocates were in their element. Offi cers of the New York State Federation of Labor were even caught in the swirl and signed a plea that the labor laws of that state be set aside during the war period. ...

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. — 5 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Building Contracts, Contractors and Sub - Contractors Power Piping Power piping in plant on' CIcneay avenue, Norwood, O. Own cr, the Ault & Wibory Co.; engineer, Walter G. Franz, Union Trust Build ing, Cincinnati, O., awarded contract to Geerin Bros. Tenement Seven new bath rooms to be installed In tenement house at 2810 Massachusetts avenue. Owner, J. C. Motsch; architect, J. Clay Simms, 2C43 Colcrain avenue, Cincinnati, O. Con tract for plumbing awarded to H. K. Lamping, and for remainder of work to George Wi Ileitis & Son. Wrecking Garbcr & Woodward, Un ion Central Building, Cincinnati, O., architects for the Dixie Terminal Build ing, will receive bids until 12 o'clock noon, May 4, for wrecking the Fosdick Building at 41 East Fourth street. Residence Remodeling residence at 329 l-orcs avenue, Avondale. Owner, Hirani I'nedman; architects, S. S. & G. H. Godlcy, Neavc Building, Cincin nati, O. Contract for plastering and stucco work awarded to E. E...

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. — 5 May 1917

- THE LABOR ADVOCATE 11. if vl t 1 ANXr-UNIONISTS 11UMIM2D. , Sacramento, Cal. Trade union oppon ents who insist on being known as "open shop" . advocates have received some hard bumps at the hands of the California legislature. The antis arc headed by President Kostcr of the San Francisco chamber of commerce, which recently started a million-dollar cam paign in favor of "law and order." This element favored the Goctting bill, pro viding for "compulsory mediation in strikes on public utilities." Legislators were not tricked by the contradictory term "compulsory mediation," and the scheme received only 1G votes in the assembly, where 41 votes is necessary to pass. The Ballard' bill, outlawing the sec ondary boycott and the sympathetic strike, was another piece of legislative wisdom, according to President Kostcr, but it received only two votes in the senate judiciary committee. The Rominger bill, which would pro hibit unions from passing apprentice regulations, received eight votes i...

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. — 5 May 1917

10 THE LABOR ADVOCATE etsssssseise3" fi", -"" i ' iJjpM GAINS 111 IiATJIEIlS. Wheeling, W. Va. Contractors arc signing the new wage scale of Lathers' Union No. 18-. A piece work rate of $3.50 per thousand and a day work rate of ?5 is asked. Former rates were $3 a thousand for soft lath and $3.50 for hard lath, with $1.50 a day for time work. MOHK COSSACKS. Harrisburg, Pa. The governor has signed a bill which adds 103 men tothc state constabulary troop and raised wages of all those cossacks from the commander down. The present force is now 333. A POINT TO REMEMBER We Bank on Quality and Win on Price. KAPPNER'S BIG SHOE STORE 1319 MAIN STREET Fancy Shoes and Hosiery for All Union Made Shoes Repaired. S A II Green and Surety Stamps G?en Free, Often Evening Phone Canal 1601-R Frederick A. Poweleit, Jr. MAKER OF "A" Cigar THE ORIGINAL STRICTLY UNION MADE 68 E. McMicken Ave FRANK RENN, Prop. Strictly Union Cods Mercer Hall Cafe 1324 Vim St., Cor. Merrer CINCINNATI, 0 Telephone. Canal 1280...

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. — 5 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE II ! 1 1 l!i fi V I : ipi W Si I'yr WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT Original Articles by Women for Women. - FOR YOUNG FOLKS Sleepy Tinc Story About a Beau tiful Spring Blossom. LEGEND FROM OLD GREECE. Quaint Tn!o of a Handsome, Golden Haired Lad Who Foil In Love With Hi3 Own Reflection Tho Nymph In the Pool Eirth of a Flower. When Uuclo Ben came to bee Little Ned mul Polly Ann hu hud u bunch of yellow cun simped tloweis. He suld: 1 will tell you the STORY OF NARCISSUS. O- The daffodils and the jonquils all be long to the narcissus family und ure among the first tloweis to bloom in our gardens In tlie springtime. These, of course, I bought of a man who sells (lowers. They were raised in a hothouse. Daffodils do not grow wild hi this country, though in some parts of south ern Europe they do. Tho name naiclssus was given to the flowers by tho ti reeks. They bad a story about them whicli you may like to hear. Long agu, the Greeks' story ran. there was n handsome lad named Nar ciss...

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. — 5 May 1917

12 THE LABOR ADVOCATE CHAS. A. MAUER Phones: Ridge 1501 and Rldao 3322-R 12 First National Bank Bldg. NORWOOD, O. Real Estate Insurance THE EIGHT -HOUR TOBACCO CO. It owned and operated by Cincinnati peo ple. All iti btandi are made by memberi ol Tobacco Worker! Local No. 25. It is the only Tobacco Company In the United States which haa adopted the eight-hour d ay. 8 -HOUR UNION SCRAP ALL DAY SCRAP HOME RUN SCRAP WEAR CROWN CLOTHES Spring Woolens '18 Ready for Selection UNION MADE Crown Tailoring Co. 1309 VINE ST. BRANCH STORE BRIGHTON Open Every Evening Walk A Block More Save $3.QO Get A Union Made Suit NONE BETTER 2j15 Up MADE TO ORDER Union Woolen Mills Co. 1iS2rSSSSiSS' Christ Dinkelacker THE QUALITY BAKER 2519 SPRING GROVE AVENUE Telephone! Weit 1438-X & 1148 CINCINNATI, OHIO PLAYER-PIANOS HIGHEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES A large assortment of the best makes with national reputations to select from. Visit our Talking Machine Department, the most complete store of lis kind I...

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. — 12 May 1917

. :aty MAYl 51017 INDEPENDENT NONPARTISAN Property and Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Vol. V. No. 4 CINCINNATI, OHIO, MAY 12, 1917 One Dollar a Year m j-- K ? K s Koop "Tells Us All About It" He Repudiates the Statement of "Who's Who" and Says That He Was Treated With Absolute Fairness by the Lather's Union and That the Building Trades Council Took No Part in the Settlement of the Trouble On His New Building. Indignation is expressed on all sides by members of the Building Trades Council at the evident attempt to dis credit the Cincinnati Building Trades Council by a weekly publication known as "Whos Wbo." The writer of the ar ticle, which follows, insinuated that the officials of 'the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati had been collecting money unlawfully. The article referred to said: "H. S. Koop's Experience. "Charles Smith, business agent of the Cleveland (O.) Building Trades Coun cil, was sentenced last week to from one to five years...

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. — 12 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Patriotic Announcement of Pressmen's Council Those Who Answer Country's Call to be Immune From Financial Obligations, and io Receive All Benefits. The Hoard of Directors of the In ternational Printing Pressmen and As sistants' Union of North America lias called on the subordinate unions throughout the United States, to ex tend to all members who give their ser vices to their country in the present crisis immunity from all financial obli gations and to make all the various benefits apply to them as in times of peace. The address is 'issued from the head quarters offices, at the Pressmen's Home at Kogersville, Tennessee, and is signed by George L. Uerry, president; John M. lirophy, vice-president; William II. M'lhigh, vice-president; S. IJ. Marks, vice-president ; and Joseph C. Orr, secretary-treasurer. The address, in the main, is as fol lows : "Many great benefits have been cs- uiuiisncii uy uur urguuizaiiuu, jiiluiuhih its defensive protection, its old-age pen si...

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. — 12 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE ANTI-INJUNCTION LAW PASSED IN MINNESOTA St. Paul, Minn. By the hardest kind of figlitingarul good hendwork Minne sota trade Unionists scented the passage pf an anti-injuction law in the closing hours of the state legislature. The bill passed the house, but the senate judi ciary committee voted to report the bill for indefinite postponement. The union ists succeeded in overturning this recom mendation and on the last day of the session 35 senators voted to suspend the rules, and put the bill on final passage. Advocates of the measure had one vote to spare, as 34 was necessary for pass age. The law declares that "the labor of a human being is not a commodity or arti cle of commerce" and that the right to labor or to carry on a business "shall be held and construed to be a personal and not a property right." No injunc tion can be issued in any case growing out of :i dispute concerning terms or conditions of employment unless neces sary to prevent irreparable injury t...

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. — 12 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE INDEPENDENT NON PARTISAN F?J "sanus-is P4PK FOR ILL W70 7"0L Official Organ of The Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Issued Weekly W. E. MYERS Editor Business Office, 20-21 Thorns Building. Phone, Canal 5511 Communications should be on hand not later than Wed nesday to insure publication. Entered at the postoffice at Cincinnati, Ohio, as second' class mail matter. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE 70 CINCINNATI, OHIO, MAY 12, 1917. The "Goat" of the Times. There is something so expressive about the use of an occasional word of slang, that one must embrace the word 'Vo.it" .is tin. indi vidual who suffers most from the conditions of the present times and that individual is the non-union man and the man on a salary. Their condition is becoming intolerable. During the past year the actual cost of the necessities of life have advanced with such leaps and bounds that the man on a salary or those working for scab wages have been unable to keep pace wmi mi; p...

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