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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 26 May 1917

i' IVMi INDEPENDENT NON-PARTISAN ZHBP&N. Property and Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Vol. V. No. 6 CINCINNATI, OHIO, MAY 26, 1917 One Dollar a Year U; !; m n w i SVJwtir) pf ""' Republicans Endorse John Galvin For Mayor and Nominate a Thoroughly American Ticket.' No Real German Names Ap pear, Thereby Taking the Thunder Out of the Democratic Announcement of An All -American Ticket. Republican Ticket Mayor John Galvin. President of Council Carl M. Jacobs, Jr. City Solicitor Saul Ziclonka. City Auditor George P. Car rel. City Treasurer Alexander Pat terson. Clerk Municipal Court August Kirbert. Judges Municipal Court W. Meredith Ycatman and Paul V. Connolly. Judge Superior Court Smith Ilickenlooper. Members of Council at Large Charles B. Terry, J. J. Mullaney, Francis B. Hoover, Charles W. Ireland, Orvillc K. Jones and John Langmead. life. I love the good old town, and if elected by the people will devote my whole time and the best that is ...

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. — 26 May 1917

! THE LABOR ADVOCATE GAIiVIX XOMIXATED. (Continued from page 1) his election to Council as a Republican in a Democratic ward. August Kirbert has been with the of fice of Police Court Clerk and Clerk of the Municipal Court five or six terms. Mr. Kirbert requested to be retired if any one more desirable could be found, but the committee insisted that he should run again. He lives at Gest and Har riet streets. .Municipal Judge Honored. W. Meredith Yeatman has been hon ored with nomination for a second term as Judge of Municipal Court. Ills home is at '0l!) Madison road. The oth er nominee for Municipal Court is a member ot tlie law firm ot Bttrcli, i'c tcrs & Connolly. Paul V. Connolly is among the 10 candidates who live on the cast hills. His residence is at L'GIU Gilbert avenue. Smith Hickenlooper, who received the nomination for Superior Court Judge, is .First Assistant Prosecuting Attorney of Hamilton County, in charge of civil cases. He is the eldest son of Andrew Hickenlooper...

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. — 26 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE CINCINNATI SOCIAL UNIT ORGANIZATION Distributes Itnliots To School Chll tlren, Wltli u Circular Kvplniiiliig tho Objects of the Oigiiiil.ntloii The Itnliots Will lie Counted May 28th unci u Selection Made June 1st. r - Men s and Women's Wearing Apparel I liousaiuls of copies of a new kind of circular to which was attached a form of ballot were distributed Monday to families throughout Cincinnati by school children. The circular explained the plan of the Social Unit experiment which is an attempt to create a model community by organizing the people in that community as a planning and exec utive body to look after their own needs and to build up a better place to live in. "Your vote has nothing to do with money, religion, politics or war." Thus, in closing the explanation in the circular, the people of Cincinnati were assured that they would not be asked to give anything to enter a political scheme or a religious project, but sim ply to take action and become inter ...

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. — 26 May 1917

T THE LABOR ADVOCATE "f i - tr INDEPENDENT NON PARTISAN PESN PP7? FOR ALL WHO TOIL 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 Hjgfc70 CINCINNATI, OHIO, MAY 26, 1917. The Word About Liberty Bonds. It is true that the Liberty Loan is a test of the patriotism of the American people. It is also a test which the people will meet. They have already approved a step which is in reality a severer test, and that is the selective conscription. The Americans are less accustomed to the call for money than they are to the call to arms. Broadly speaking they have been doing nothing with money for the past hundred years at least except make it and spend it. The Liberty Loan and the demands which ...

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. — 26 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE British and Canadian Social Conditions Described By Labor Envoys to America Washington. First hand information of prcscnt-dny social conditions in Eng land and Canada was imparted to near ly 200 unionists, sjmpathizcrs and em ployers, members of the committee on labor of the advisory commission, coun cil of national defense, at a meeting called by President Gompers, in the A. F. of L. building, last Monday, to hear the story from English and Canadian trade unionists. These workers were sent to America by their respective gov ernments on invitation of President Gompers. British conditions were explained by Charles W. Bowerman, member of par liament and secretary of the British Trades Union Congress, and James H. Thomas, member of parliament and gen eral secretary of the National Union of Railwajmen of Great Britain and Ire land. Canadian conditions were treated by J. C. Waters, president of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada and Gid- We are the only Custom Tai...

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. — 26 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE PRACTICAL HAT SHOP 706 VINE STREET Ladle and Cent' Hatt Cleaned, Blacked and Re-trlmroed by Expert Hatters PANAMAS A SPECIALTY BLEACH WITHOUT USE OF ACIDS. FLOWERS! pW token of love, sym- and of appreciation Phone Wmtt 2095 JOSEPH BERAN FLORIST Funeral Work a Specialty 838 Clark Street CINCINNATI, O. Reiter's Home for Quality For UNION-MADE Work Shirti , Overalls, Suspenders 1437 MAIN STREET, Nut Door to Main Theatre HENRY REITER, Prop. Phone, West 3661-Y DR. E. H. HAGERMAN DENTIST 1209 CENTRAL AVE., CINCINNATI, OHIO Residence 12 W. Seventh St.. Formirlj KEEL DENTAL CO., 1085 Cintral 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 E083 Henry Schwartz Merchant Tailor 428 W. Seventh St. Cincinnati, 0. Cosmopolitan Hall F.OR RENT FOR Meetings and Dances 1313 VINE STREET FRANK DUTTENUOFER. Proprietor Tel. M. 3155 Dr. C. E. M...

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. — 26 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE SHEIL IS PRESIDENT 'HOW DRY I AM!" l Of Typographical Union No. a, De feating Opponent by 20 Votes. James F. Slicil was elected President of Cincinnati Typographical Union No. a on Wednesday. He defeated Martin L. Bachman, his opponent by 20 votes. It was the largest election in years, 438 votes being cast. Harold P. Murray was rc-clcctcd Secretary-Treasurer and Business Agent. He had no opposition. Edwin H. Ellis was defeated for re election to the office of Recording Sec retary by Joseph F. Illig. Mr. IUig was winner by 40 votes. Other officers elected were: Vice President, Ludwig Lang; Business Committee, William McCormack, John II. Long, Ed J. Farley, Louis F. Griffith, Clarence Grischy and Ncal Hardy; Board of Trustees, John C. Donnelly, Frank W. Smith and Frederick J. Wen dcln; Auditing Committee, G. Stanley Mathews, Edward A, Saner and Charles B. Snyder; Delegates to Central Labor Council, Frank L. Rist, Edward Haucn schild, Edward B. Karrick and Edwin L. H...

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. — 26 May 1917

6 THE LABOR ADVOCATE lh Hi ! ft L I Building Contracts, Contractors and Sub - Contractors Mechanical Equipment Equipment lor addition to biuliling on Jigglcston avenue, between Sixtli and Eighth streets. Owner, the Diem & Wing Pa per Co.; engineer, Walter G. Eranz, Union Trust Uuilding, Cincinnati, O. Contract for boilers lias been awarded 10 me imior toiler .Mtg. -o., anil en gineer will receive bids for power pip ing, beating and electrical work. Lockers Lockers for the new public wgn scnooi muming being erected in Covington, Ky. C. C. & E. A. Weber, architects, Citizens' Hank Uuilding, Cin cinnati, O., awarded contract to Durbro iV Utte, representing the licrgcr Mfg. Co., of Canton, O. Eactory Addition to be built to fac tory at Eifth and Clay streets, Dayton, K,V. Owner, the Wadsworth Watch Case Mfg. Co.; architect, L. II. Wilson, 10 W. Fourth street, Newport, Ky. Gen eral contract awarded to J. K. Stevens & Co. Church Alterations in and addition to church building a...

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. — 26 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE l'OTTKKS RAISIO AVAGIOS. HHMtMMMMMttHMMHMM44tttMMHHMHMHHMMMHMtHMMM CAN'T PICKET IX Eli PASO. East Liverpool, Ohio. A general wae increase has heen secured hy the National Urothdrhood of Operative Pot ters as a result of conferences with the United States Potters' Association. Clay workers arc advanced fl per cent; wom en workers, 10 per cent and slipmakcrs 10? per cent. The union lias an agreement with their employers which prevented them from making direct demands for in creases, but the latter accepted the workers' claim that present living costs make increases necessary. COUHTS ltKIiAX OX TjAIJOH laws Ilarrishurg, Pa. In awarding com pensation to dependents of employes, regardless of the strict letter of the law, Chairman Mackcy of the state compen sation hoard said: "The courts arc rapidly modifying the rigors of the old rulesof evidence and arc especially recognizing the fact that tribunals for the administration of laws intended to establish social justice 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. — 26 May 1917

10 THE LABOR ADVOCATE &&M&M2& WOJIKX COXIU'CTOHS J'JtK DICTIOI). Ilarrisburg, Pa. Women conductors on street cars in the near future was predicted by traction employers, mem bers of tlie Pennsylvania State Railway Association, at their semi-annual meet ing in tbis city. These managers indi cated no alarm at the prospect, but af fected a sort of helplessness over a con dition that will force them to deal with women instead of men. To. prepare the public for this inno vation, which will undoubtedly be fol lowed by an attempt to reduce wages, the managers arc agreed, it is stated, "that the companies may as well get ready for tbis contingency." A POINT TO REMEMBER We Bank on Quality and Win on Prico. KAPPNER'S BIG SHOE STORE 1319 MAIN STREET Fancy Shoot and Hosiery for All Union Made Shoes Repaired. S A II Green intJ Surely Stamps Gun Free. Open Evening Phone Canal 1601-R Frederick A. Poweleit, Jr. MAKER OF KCaSkV THE ORIGINAL r lgal STRICTLY UNION MADE 68 E. McMiclcen ...

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. — 26 May 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE - -n WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT Original Articles by Women for Women. tMMMttMMMtMHMM MHH A REAL EXPLORER First Woman to Visit Parts of Amazon Wilds. SHE HAD AN EXTENSIVE TRIP. Making Her Home Among tho Para phernalia of a Scientific Journey, Mrs. Rico Accompanied Her Distinguished Husband Through South America. With a liumcmttdu wireless outfit in the pilnieval forests of the Interior of South Amurk-ii. thousands of miles from home, the party which accompa nied. Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Hamilton Ilico on their recent exploration were in constant touch with this country anil the news of tho world as the United States entered the war against Germany. The Itice party returned iccently after an extended trip on the steam yacht AlhtMta. "Wo rnrried a home- t'hotj by AmeilLun 1'iess Association. MUS. ALEXANDER II. HICK. made wireless apparatus," said Dr. Itice, doscrihhiK his adventures, "con structed hy a man who had heeu In Brazil and Itnew the requirements. And it was simply w...

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. — 26 May 1917

'm 12 THE LABOR ADVOCATE tv i I lv J i j n to r) CHAS. A. MAUER Phonesi Ridge 1501 and Rldgo 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 its brands are made by members of Tobacco Workers Local No. 25. ' It is the only Tobacco Company in the United Statea 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 $3.00 Get A Union Made Suit NONE BETTER $15 Up MADE TO ORDER Union Woolen Mills Co. f1;S?pSSSffiflT- Christ Dinkelacker THE QUALITY BAKER 2519 SPRING GROVE AVENUE Telephone! 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 Talkinc Machine Department, the most...

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. — 2 June 1917

MMMSiiigS2Z22IHnJ --i'OBtoJii- . ij6iLmfar -"--,. J -- iiwmk41 .. .:. . r J""" , r O! i: A VTE J'. IN .. Vil 1 IRRARY INDEPENDENT NON-PARTISAN ZWBB' Property and Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Vol. V. No. 7 CINCINNATI, OHIO, JUNE 2, 1917 One Dollar a Year M M'li l!i I IH hi M Alfred G. Allen Nominated by the Democratic Party for Mayor of Cincinnati. Allen is a St , Candidate Voted in Favor of Organized Labor, and Against Prohibition on Ei jry Question That Came Before Congress Daring His Six Years of Service. Yielding to the pressure of personal and political friends, former Congress man Alfred G. Allen, decided to accept the Democratic nomination for Mayor of Cincinnati, at a conference Thurs day morning with the committee ap pointed to select a municipal ticket. The same influence that swayed Mr. Allen induced former Vice-Mayor Sim con M. Johnson to he the candidate for his old position. When the committee convened' in the office of Mr. Jo...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 2 June 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Meed ComesTo Monument to Beloved of Poor Works of Teamster Are Likened to Those of Nazarene By Dr. John Kelman, of Scotland. Where for nearly a decade stood lit tle but a grass-covered mound to mark Hie place in Spring Grove Cemetery where Joseph Ilcbcrlc rests after a life devoted to suffering man and beast, there now stands a monument of sim ple beauty to do him honor. Children and grandchildren of those workingmen whose sufferings stirred Ilcbcrlc, humble immigrant teamster though lie was, to wage battle in their behalf against the forces of apathy and ultra-conservatism that stood in the way of their contentment, ' Wednesday afternoon strewed (lowers on his lonely grave. The occasion of unveiling of his monument brought spoken tributes from laboring men, divines, educators and philanthropists who have seen his work and appreciated it. As a recog nition of "Joe" llehcrlc's lowly occupa tion of teamster, these tributes were paid from the platform of a motor truc...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 2 June 1917

irr 11 til f"1ffli1iTliffriir Win Iff THi --fT tg y )itf THE LABOR ADVOCATE '''""' - itt u r"f-TT !, li li GJIKSTKK PAItK. One of the most popular of this sea son s innovations at Ciicstcr Park, Cin cinnati's favorite family play-place, is the newly announced $1.23 chicken or steak dinner, which, Manager I. M. Mar tin has arranged, will he served daily from 5 :30 to 8 o'clock at the clubhouse. This is in addition to the regular a la carte service and provides Chester pa trons with a sumptuous repast at a mod erate price at a time when evcrv-pthcr lirst-class cafe has advanced itsTbod prices. To discriminating epicures it is only necessary to say that Chef Louis P. Mcllo is in charge of the kitchen, while John Ilcaly is in charge of the service. Added to this combination is the further alluring fact that Chester Park this season has the best cabaret that it has ever had. The program for the free vaudeville show is one that holds forth great promise for entertainment quality. The thre...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 2 June 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE INDEPENDENT TKBateMBc&fe KON PARTISAN '"SBS.v'.s,- A PAPER FOR ALL WHO TOIL Omcinl Organ of The Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Issued Weekly V. 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, JUNE 2, 1917. Save the Citizens of Tomorrow. Greed, hysteria, and maudlin sentiment queer allies united in a campaign to damage childhood in war time. At Albany and at Washington. The National Metal Trades Association, through such men as Murray Shipley, have already made efforts at both places to have the child labor laws suspended. Greed explains partly. Hysteria helps. People are in a mood to do excitedly and without reason what luiropc did under compulsion. Ihen, too, a maudlin sentiment is saying, "How sweet to let th...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 2 June 1917

n im n mifct &mmmmmAi I THE LABOR ADVOCATE t 'i i SOLDIERS HIRE STREET DRESS Thirst' Military Men Find a Way to Oct Around the Order Xot to Hell Tliein Liquor. Boston, May 111. It lias not taken the soldiers or rather the friends of soldiers long to find a way of Retting around the order forbidding the ' sale of liquor to military men in uniform. Saloon keepers gave their bartenders strict instructions on account of the heavy penalties to be imposed for vio lations of the law, and no sales were made. All went well for a day or two, and then it was noticed that among the cus tomers appeared men wearing clothing that fitted as well as that on the aver age scarecrow and with hats of the vintage of 18US. The display excited curiosity until it was learned that deal ers at the South End had started a scheme of renting plain clothes and a hat to soldiers for fifty cents a night. The soldier would leave his uniform, go out for a tour of the town, and then return for his property before ...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 2 June 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE PRACTICAL HAT SHOP 706 VINE STREET Ladies' and Gent's Hats Cleaned, Blocked and Re-trlmmcd by Expert Hatters PANAMAS A SPECIALTY BLEACH WITHOUT USE OF ACIDS. CI nWCRQI as a token of love, sym- I I U II tnO l pathy and of appreciation Phone Wett 209S JOSEPH BERAN FLORIST Funeral Work a SdccIsHv f 838 Clark Street CINCINNATI, O. Reiter s Home for Quality For UNION-MADE Work Shirts, Overalls, Suspenders 1437 MAIN STREET, Neil Door lo Main Theatre HENRY REITER, Prop. Phone, West 360I-Y DR. E. H. HAGERMAN DENTIST 1209 CENTRAL AVE., CINCINNATI, OHIO Residence 12 W. Seventh St. Fermtrlr KEEL 0ENT1L CO., 10S5 Cmlril 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 Phono Canal B083 Henry Schwartz Merchant Tailor 428 W. Seventh St. Cincinnati, 0. Cosmopolitan Hall FOR RENT FOR Meetings and Dances 1313 VINE STREET FRANK DUTTENHOFER, Proprietor ...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 2 June 1917

ZMTSx5Si.'SSfSaiiumiii 3SKJ3' - THE LABOR ADVOCATE HI I ! Attorney -General McGhee Renders Two important Decisions On the Mother's Pen sion Bill. He Says the Object of the Act Was to Enable a Mother to Stay Home With Her Children. Opinion No. llfi, April IS, 1017. Hon, Bernard M. Fockc, Prosecuting Attorney, Dayton, Ohio: Dear Sir I have a communication signed by the Assistant Prosecuting At torney of your county, dated February 13th, in which you ask my opinion in reference to certain questions therein set out. Said communication reads as follows : "I would like for your department to give a ruling on the following ques tions : "1st. Can a widow of an unnatural ized citizen receive a Mother's Pension? "2nd. If a man takes out his first papers before his death, can his widow receive a Mother's Pension? "3rd. Can a widow whose husband was never naturalized receive a pension by accepting the oath of allegiance?" The law which controls in the matter of the questions suggested in your c...

Publication Title: Labor Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 2 June 1917

8 THE LABOR ADVOCATE Building Contracts, Contractors and Sub - Contractors Residence Remodeling residence at Tin South Crescent avenue, for a du plex apartment. Owner, Mrs. Julia M. Wcijcr; architect, Harry M. Price, Mer cantile Library Building, Cincinnati, O. Contracts awarded as follows: Mill work, the Ward-lirock Sash and Door Co.; lumber, the Hyde Park Lumber Co.; brick work, L. Bucchc; plastering, Gus Saner; heating, the Williamson Heater Co.; cut stone, Wm. C. Lang; hardwood floors, Lee Mcndculiall; tile floors, the Hubcr Iiuildcrs' Material Co. Residence A residence to be built in the Avon Hills Subdivision. Owner, Judge Arthur M. Spiegel; architect, Harry M. Price, Mercantile Library Building, Cincinnati, O. Bids have been taken and contract for mill work and lumber awarded to the A. M. Lcwin Lumber Co. Contract for roof was let to A. Braun & Sons. Business Building A brick and con crete addition to building on Egglcston avenue, between Sixth and Eighth streets. Owner, ...

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