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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The labor advocate. — 2 June 1917

MMM5iMlii21iga22Z2ZiigSL ;;rm .-,A., S-J . vr;,.. r 1i ire r.,. TS3gMCftgggBBU.jr.l :a&M. THE LABOR ADVOCATE 1 i n '. HOIMJK MAKKltS ADVAXCK. Roclicster, N. Y. Boiler Makers' Un ion has secured agreements with all con tract shorts in this city. Wages arc ad vanced to 05 cents an hour for boiler makers and -15 cents for helpers. The eight-hour day and double pay for over time arc included. Baltimore. Roller Makers' Union has secured these wage increases from the Baltimore Dry Dock Company : Shear ers and punchers, 4 cents an hour; help ers, 3 cents ; acetylene burners and weld ers, 4 to 0 cents; members of the test gang, 8 cents. Kansas City, Mo. Organized boiler makers have broken the backbone of the light against their organization by secur ing signed agreements with the Kaw Boiler Works and the Kansas City Boiler Company. Both concerns will pay increased rates. Pittsburg Pa. Employers in this city have signed an agreement with the Boiler Makers' Union. For outside work, wages ...

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. — 2 June 1917

10 THE LABOR ADVOCATE -Ml Ml- . STATIOXAItV FIHHMEX MEET. Kansas City.Mo. Tlic fourteenth bi ennial convention of the International Drothcrliood of Sationary Firemen was licld in this city this week. This en thusiastic gathering of clear-headed trade unionists was in contrast to the less than half a dozen determined sta tionary firemen who met in this city 19 years ago and formed the present or ganization, when firemen were working IS and 14 hours a day, 3C3 days a year. At that time the firemen had nine locals, with a membership of -HI, affiliated to the A. F. of L. Today this interna tional is paying per capita tax to the A. r. ot L, on 17,000 members, the eight hour day is general, wages have been increased and working conditions im proved. 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 RepurtJ. S & N Creen and Sorely Stamps Gveo Free. Open Evening Phone Canal 1601-R Frederick...

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. — 2 June 1917

tmme." f.MHJ I FV.tfKf&lljz&uL-zA.iib u -immmmmuxcmTtrzw:vHmG&aaar&ax .,&-. ;JV WW -gTr'Jl3gym-. .j&: THE LABOR ADVOCATE II - hf 4-M M- -M-f-t-M-M-f-M- M-M-- . PI iifii i ' 1 M WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT Original Articles by Women for Women. HOW TO FEEO BABY Especially Natural Feeding, the Ideal Way. THE BEST OF SUSTENANCE. Human Milk Was Intended For Babies, and the Next Best Substitute, Cow's Milk, Was Designed For Stomachs That Can Pass Tough Curds. Prepared by Ohio state department of health. Tliat hump n milk Is the ideal food for babies Is un accepted fact, but there may ho too much even of this diet for tlii baby. The baby should have its mill; regularly, but it should have long hours of rest between feed ings. A baby's stomach holds one ounce at birth and three ounces ut 0110 inontb. Any one can realize how small this i ceptacle is if she remembers the very small bottlo which comes when she orders an ounce of lluid at the drug btore. It is a mystery why u wom...

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. — 2 June 1917

12 THE LABOR ADVOCATE CHAS. A. MAUER Phoneati 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 States which has adopted the eight-hour d ay. 8 -HOUR UNION SCRAP ALL DAY SCRAP HOJV1E 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 Jjl Up MADE TO ORDER Union Woolen Mills Co. 1HSlrSSi?J' Christ Dinkelacker THE QUALITY BAKER 2519 SPRING GROVE AVENUE Telephones West 1438-X & 1148 CINCINNATI, OHIO 2v D kSbuH PLAYER-PIANOS HIGHEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES A tore assortment of tlie best ma Ices with national reputations to select trom. Visit our Talking Machine Department, the most complete store ...

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. — 9 June 1917

. ptw"" " 'trmtV w m"mty LIBRARY INDEPENDENT NONPARTISAN smms.- !l Property and Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Vol. V; No. 8 CINCINNATI, OHIO, JUNE 9, 1917 One Dollar a Year iVi- r h President Samuel Gompers Of the American Federation of Labor, Defines Labor's Position in the World's War. Strong Editorials in the June Federationist. By Samuel Gompers. Service mid Klglits lleclprocnl. The spirit with which Labor has met our nation's emergency is an earnest effort of the intelligent, high-minded service that can be definitely relied upon in furtherance of the principles which our Republic represents. Labor foresaw that participation in the war was inevi table. Its representatives issued a decla ration expressing Labor's obligations resting upon enjojment of rights and opportunities. Labor is fully aware of the indispens able service it renders society in peace and war. Tools rough hew the nation's resources and prepare the finished prod uct fo...

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. — 9 June 1917

THE LABOR ADVOCATE Pillar of Bigelow's Church Resigns Because of Pastor's Views on Conflict. Daniel Kiefer Leaves People's Congregation Breach Among Members Is Reported. Daniel Kicfcr, for years one of the leading spirits of the People's Church, has resigned his membership in the con gregation and on the Board of Trus tees, it became known last Thursday, in consequence of his opposition to Rev. Herbert S. Uigclovv's attitude on the war. The fact of Mr. Kicfcr's resignation brought to light a grave divergence of opinion in the church, one faction fa voring a policy of national nonrcsist ancc, the other, led by Rev. Mr. Bigc low', holding it was the duty of cvciy onc to support the war in which the country is engaged. Mr. Kicfcr's written resignation was presented to the church society at si meeting more than two weeks ago, when the division of opinion became most pronounced. During the discus sion the resignation of Bigclow was demanded by Alfred II. Henderson, newspaper man, but the...

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. — 9 June 1917

- '""f ' ' iiffSU..uv. '" THE LABOR ADVOCATE it s.ij. -a...!...,!!. . T.tf. 7,twr rfTr v i Lf if in IC 1 4 Hi. NO IjAHOlt SJIOKTAGK; LIVING WAflKS UICGHI). Sacramento, Cal. Pay living wages and there will be no need to cry "Short age of labor," or to import foreign la bor, says Simon J. Lubin, president of the State Commission on Housing and Immigration. In a public statement the State offi cial says the need for labor in Califor nia docs not refer to permanent em ployment, but is merely a demand for large numbers of men and women whose services will be required for only brief periods, and that the cry that there is a shortage of labor for the har vest is by no means new. "Season after season the same wail has gone up from the farmers," says President Lubin. "Upon many occasions in the past the commission has called to the attention of the people of the State the causes that it believes rest at the bottom of the difficulty. Uricfly put they are these: First, inadequate wages; second...

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. — 9 June 1917

Tt!tfSg?g)JSEjCSJtM"rfJ: 'w-'y' f tMfw THE LABOR ADVOCATE ,i. m INDEPENtTENT, A PAPER FOR ALL WHO TOIL NONPARTISAN Oulclal Organ of Tho Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Issued Weekly W. E. MYERS Editor Business Office, 20-21 Thorns Building. Phone, Canal S511 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 nt-JSSO CINCINNATI, OHIO, JUNE 9, 1917 Liberty Bonds. In 1871 Germany, having laid siege to Paris and driven its people to starvation, demanded a contribution of $40,000,000, for the grant ing of an armistice. In 1871, Germany, being victorious over France in a war with Germany, which Germany had brought about by committing for gery, and afterwards confessed it, demanded as part of its peace terms, besides the granting of territory, the payment by France of a war indemnity of $1,000,000,000. German soldiers to remain on the so...

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. — 9 June 1917

tatwmi i finm-Bi.; THE LABOR ADVOCATE I vr i'if w o I Hi WOMEN AND WAR SERVICE By Florhncx C. Tiiohnu. Out of restriction and repression into opportunity, is the meaning of the war to thousands of women. A development that was taking place slowly now bc comes conspicuous when accelerated by the driving necessities of war. In those countries where social organization has been adjusted to meet war needs and purposes, there is no room for the para sitic, and all the "conspicuous consump tion" class. Common danger is a great leveling force that has swept aside the sham and the useless there is no time or place for the idler or the doer of useless work. Every individual must do his bit of real work and assume his share of responsibility women and men share alike the common danger and need. Each must work where his or her individual service will count most. In returning to more primitive conditions where men must figlrt and women must work, much of the artificiality of life disappears. Th...

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. — 9 June 1917

-kl I THE LABOR ADVOCATE I'KIM'ERS HAISE WAGES. Toledo, Ohio. The new wage con tract secured by Typographical union provides for a rate of $28 a week for day newspaper work and $31 a week for night work. Fi RWFRQ f a a ,oken f lovt- sym- I LUIItnO l pathyand of appreciation Phonm Wait 209S JOSEPH BERAN FLORIST Funeral Work a Sneelaltv 838 Clark Street CINCINNATI. O. Reiters Home for Quality f or UNION-MADE Work Shirts, Overalls, Suspenders 143V MAIN STREET, Neil Door lo Main Theatre HENRY REITER, Prop. Phone, West 366I-Y DR. E. H. HAGERMAN DENTIST 1209 CENTRAL AVE., CINCINNATI, OHIO Residence 12 W. Seventh St. Formerlf KEEL DENTIL CO., 1085 Cinlnl Aienui 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 6083 Henrys Schwartz Merchant Tailor 428 W. Seventh St. Cincinnati, 0. Cosmopolitan Hall FOR RENT FOR Meetings and Dances 1313 VINE STREET FRANK D...

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. — 9 June 1917

1111112121!?' y)' nT'grwvig&fi&ffigK5V 'ASfi miTiia "V3CS -av . -. r "T MJJ , ' ' . -W. - .E w.UBfc- .11 . T-" THE LABOR ADVOCATE m i m PRESIDENT WILSON AND -LABOR President Wilson very cordially agreed to receive the members of the Labor Committee of the Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense May 15, 1017, at 2 ::i0 p. m. There were pres ent about two hundred men and women representing all walks and interests of life. To this group of people who arc trying as a patriotic service to bring about justice in industrial relations, and to insure continuous operation of the in dustries essential to the conduct of the war, President Wilson spoke the fol lowing message in the East Room of the White House. In one splendid sentence he expressed the underlying purpose of the Committee on Labor. That sentence is printed in black face type. Mr. Gompcrs and Ladies and Gentlemen : This is a most welcome vist because it means a most welcome thing, the spontaneous co-operatio...

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. — 9 June 1917

mr fgns jiypaii rf'aJ a THE LABOR ADVOCATE Building Contracts, Contractors and Sub - Contractors Rcsidenccy-A residence to be built in the Avon Hills subdivision. Owner, Ar thur Spiegel; architect, Harry M. Price, Mercantile Library Building, Cincinntai, O. Additional contracts awarded as fol lows: Plastering, Philip Glcason; elec tric work, Fischer Bros. Co.; hardware, Evans Bros.; .heating, the Williamson Heater Co. Hospital Alterations in buildings of the Tuberculosis Hospital. Architects, Tietig & Lee, Fourth National Bank Building, Cincinnati, O. General con tract awarded to Jas. Griffith & Sons Co., and for screens to V. J. Baker Co. Star Union Bakery, owner, to alter its oven at 110 W. .Canal street. C. D. Duteil, builder; Chas. Rinck & Bro., architects. Cost, $1,000. Chas. Lcppcrt, owner and builder, :iC28 Vine street, to build a L'-story brick and stucco residence at 131 Woolpcr avenue. Cost, $3,000. Oscar Schwartz, owner and builder, to build four 2-story brick...

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. — 9 June 1917

smHowyww .r -- --- '"Vi itiiiTT- I THE LABOR ADVOCATE 5 i ItAISK AVAdlCS; IGXOIti; TitAcrr. Philadelphia. The Master Association has raised wages Dyers' despite an agreement between it and organized dyers. In a letter to officers of the Dyers' Union the employers say: "Due to the changed conditions, brought about by an extraordinary group of circumstances which influ enced the high cost of living, it is agreed by the master dyers that wages of experienced dyers will be increased to:i:i cents an hour, regardless of the existence of an agreement between the union officials and the master dyers." KITili K1GHT-1IQUK HILL. Boston. The house of representa tives has defeated a bill providing for the eight-hour day in paper mills that eCeatt rtinU0MS,y- This '" came to the house in such shape that would not be unlawful for emp byers to "renucst" ni- "n.i. i. '. ""CTS - -- "vuiin. (iiiit'iiiifri Tiin lull - ii.i t -.-..- t.v. iiii i iiinr it request" or "permit" tlm nmiX. to work more than e...

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. — 9 June 1917

10 THE LABOR ADVOCATE WAXT .MIXK TiAMI'.S COVKHKI). Hastings, Col. United Aline Work ers' Union No. 1881 demands that all safety lamps shall be locked before men carrying same arc permitted to en ter the mine. The resolution includes everyone, whether miner, shift boss, foreman, superintendent or mine opera tor. It is also urged that every one en tering a mine shall be searched for matches, where open lights arc not al lowed. The miners arc attempting to make another accident, similar to the one of last April, impossible. Over 100 lives were lost because a mine inspector car ried an open safety lamp in violation of the rules. A POINT TO REMEMBER Wo Bank on Quality and Win on Price. KAPPNER'S BIG SHOE STORE 1319 MAIN STREET Fane Shoes and Hosiery (or AH Union Made Shoes Repairei S & H Green inJSurHy Stamps Gun Free, Optn Evening Phone Canal I601-R Frederick A. Poweleit, Jr. MAKER OF "A" Cigar THE ORIGINAL STRICTLY UNION MADE 68 E. McMicken Ave FRANK RENN. Prop. Strictly Uoion Goo...

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. — 9 June 1917

:wdaE5353rijuS5V - - - -1--1 - "ytAf,-'t THE LABOR ADVOCATE II 44MMM 4"MMMMMMMMMMMMMM MM WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT Original Articles by Women for Women. DIRECTORY OF BUTCHERS Who Are Friendly to Union Labor and Should he Patronized in their Respective Localities. W OT FOR YOUNG FOLKS Sleepy Time Story That Is of In terest to Children. A BOY WHO WAS VERY LAZY. Stubborn Youth Who Was Careless About Study and Behind In His Les sons Gets a Surprise After a Tlmo He Is Cured of His Slothful Ways. When 1 was a boy, said Uuclo Ben to little Ned and Polly Ann, wo were taught to march, and that brings me to my story about a boy who WOULDN'T MARCH. .. I hope you will always take an in-' terest In the marching. Little Tommy, a boy I have heard about, did not care to mnrch. lie was fat and would rather sit still than run about. Tommy's mother had told the teach er that he must take part in the march ing or any exercises that might take some of the extra fat oft his lazy bones. So the teacher tried her ...

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. — 9 June 1917

-rn 12 THE LABOR ADVOCATE CHAS. A. MAUER Phonos! Rldae 1501 and Ridgo 3322-R 12 First National Bank Bldg. NORWOOD, O. Real Estate Insurance THE EIGHT -HOUR TOBACCO CO. Is owned and operated by Cincinnati peo ple. All itt brands are made by member of Tobacco Workeri Local No. 25. It la (he 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 Walk A Block More Save $3.00 Get A Union Made Suit NONE BETTER $15 Up MADE TO ORDER Union Woolen Mills Co. SZB&h8.?- Christ Dinkelacker THE QUALITY BAKER 2519 SPRING GROVE AVENUE Telephones We.t 1438-X & 1148 PLAYER-PIANOS HIGHEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES A large assortment of the best makes with national reputations to select from. Visit our Talkinfi 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 U...

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. — 16 June 1917

w.i.7- 't-tftAM;)Jitr.t , w -- IK T i7 '1 t it i a r NONPARTISAN am&C Property and Official Organ of the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity Vol. V. No. 9 CINCINNATI, OHIO, JUNE 16, 1917 One Dollar a Year INDEPENDENT k ft ,f IS Kroger Should Be Removed As Food Commissioner of Ohio. His Appointment By Governor Cox Is a Direct Insult To Organized Labor and the Small Dealer. Kroger Is the Biggest Food Manipulator In the Country. Governor James M. Cox; who was supposed to be a friend of organized la bor, and who owes his election to them, has suddenly deserted the cause and ap pointed Bernard "Hog" Kroger as Food Dictator for the State of Ohio. If it was the intention of Governor Cox to give a direct slap to union labor and the small dealer, he has- succeeded admirably. This man is not onlv the biggest food specu lator in Ohio, but also the biggest ma nipulator of food stuffs. He has always been a bitter enemy of union labor and a more distasteful appointment could no...

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. — 16 June 1917

T &lm THE LABOR ADVOCATE ,! i i Li I 4 ' Fickert's Office Caught Tampering With Jury Prosecutors Stole Jury List Over Night. Court Bailiff Planted Kelly on Rena Mooney's Jury, Then False Accusations Against Defense. Now It Is Admitted That Bosom Friend of Prosecutor Berry Smuggled Man Into the Jury For a Chance to Make Money, $2 a Day or ? Sau Francisco, Cal. Assistant Dis trict Attorney Louis Ferrari struggled hard to get rid of Paul Postler, who had passed all legal tests as a juror. His objection to Postlcr was that the latter belongs to a labor union. It is against the unwritten law of San Francisco for a union member to be allowed to sit on a jury. The prosecutor had spent his last peremptory challenge to discharge another union' man, Joseph Downey. There was no way of legally getting rid of Postlcr. The prosecutor's staff went into, con ference and then announced that there had been an irregularity in the selection of the jury and that the entire jury should be discharged ...

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. — 16 June 1917

IL1112giggl.''y'-''s'T. fl n1? "fjtg'frf Iffigfl plfNfJS3QKV- " THE LABOR ADVOCATE Mi I u .1 LIKES THE WAY AMERICA DOES A German "alien enemy" walked into one of onr banks last Wednesday and purchased a $50 Liberty Loan bond. When it came his turn to see. the bank official, he aroused the lattcr's suspicion by carefully asking three or four times if there were any people who could not buy the bonds if they had the money. He also wanted to know, when a person bought a bond if his name became pub lic in any way. The banker thought he was dealing with a demented person until he questioned him more closely, and then it developed that he was Ger man born, still a subject of the Kaiser, and a reservist. He came to this coun try and to Cincinnati three years ao, and has been working in one of the big soap factories. He wife and all his rela tives reside in southern Germany. His caution and his insistant ques tions, it developed, were because he feared if his identity became known he might ...

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. — 16 June 1917

Jw THE LABOR ADVOCATE flBBj(ata No Toleration For German-Japanese At Yokohama. (From East and West News Bulletin.) "The German Club of Yokohama has been closed by the Japanese police. The authorities took the ground that such a social organ ization, furnishing a center for seditious language and conspiracies, should not be permitted to exist in Yokohama. No music has been permitted in the club by the local police since the entrance of Japan into the war. Enforcement of the Enemy Trading act began on May 14, and all commercial transactions between Germans and Austrians and Japanese are fully supervised." This demonstrates that there is no more excuse for a so-called German-American Alliance in this country today, than there was for a Confederate Alliance in Cincinnati in 1861. "Rouse mit" the Alliance from now on. Be either an American or an alien enemy. Epitaph Seen. Beneath this stone lies an old maid, At rest from all her earthly labors ; Peace to her shade, peace to the dead, And...

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