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THE LABOR ADVOCATE
The Labor Advocate- Official Organ
34 Thorns Building. Phone Canal 5511
OFFICERS OF THE COUNCIL
President Jos. A. Cullcn.
Vice-President Phil. Fischer.
Recording Secretary and Business
Agent Fred Hock, 29 E. 12th St.,
Phone Canal 18G0.
Financial Secretary and Treasurer
Jos. Nolde.
Warden Jas. McIIalc.
Scrgcant-at-Arms Geo. Koch.
Trustees Thos. Anderson, Philip
Gasdorf and Harry Smith.
Amalgamated Glass Workers, No. 9.
Meets 1st ami 3d Fridays at 114 E. Court st.
President, (o. Kccli.
Secretary, .Harry James.
Asbestos Workers' Union No. 8.
Meets every Tuesday at 1313 Vine st.
President, Chas. Cassidy.
Secretary, Wm. Cook, 111 Kndlay st.
Business Ae.cnt, John I.. Owens, 2374
Kemper lane. Phone, Canal 1164.
ItrlilKi: H .Structural Iron Workers,
No. 11.
Meets every Monday at Central Turner Hall,
1407 Walnut St.
President, Thomas OcariiiR.
Business Aucnt, Thomas McKwcn, 29 E.
Twelfth st. Phone, Canal 1800.
Secretary, llert Wat-ncr.
Cement Workers No. 52-1.
Meets 1st and 3d Tuesdays at Workmen's
Hall, 13IS Walnut st.
Corresponding' Secretary and Business Afient,
Jos. Nolde, 20 East Twelfth St. Phone Canal
1800.
Composition mid Asphalt Hoofers,
No. 27.
Meets lsr and 3d Wednesdajs at 1318 Wal
nut st.
Secretary, Wm. II. Jackson, 428 W. Sixth St.
Klertriciil Workers No. 212.
Meets every Wednesday at 1313 Vine st.
President, J. E. Mcl'addcn.
Recordir-R Secretary, W. II. Slater, 250B
Trevor pi., North Kairmounr.
Business Ascnt, Jos. Cullcn; Office 20 E.
Twelfth st. Phone, Canal 1800.
Fresco Painters' Union No. 13.
Meets 1st and 3d Saturdays at 1322 Vine st.
President, Charles Marx.
Recording Secretary, John Mallos, 1G05 Vine.
Financial Secretary, J, II. Schrocdcr.
Hardwood Finishers' Union, 83C.
Meets 1st and 3d Wednesdays at Central
Turner Hall, 1407 Walnut sr.
President, Ben Brims.
Secretary, Fred J. Drcycr, 2330 Clifton ave.
Hodenrrlers' District Council.
Meets 1st and 3d Fridays at 131 Walnut st.
President, Robert Price.
Secretary, Philip Smith, 1717 HuRhcs st.
Business Agent, W. T. Jackson, 20 E.
Twelfth st. Phone, Canal 1800.
Hodenrrlers and HuildiiiK laborers'
Union No. 110.
Meets every Tuesday at 1318 Walnut St.
President, John W. Floyd.
Business Aucnt, W. W. Cordcll, 20 E.
Twelfth st, Phone, Canal 1800; Residence
Phone, North 4338.
Hodenrrlers' Union No. 127.
.Meets 2d and 4th Fridays at Harvey and
Russell sts., Covington.
President, Martin Haggard.
Secretary, Philip Smith, 1717 Hughes St.,
Cincinnati.
Hoisting and Portable Knulneers
No. 111.
Meets every Wednesday at 114 E. Court st.
Secretary, Win. Murphy, 231 E. University
ave., Mt. Anhiirn.
Business Agent, Roy Herbert, 29 E. Twelfth
st. Phone, Canal 1800.
Lathers' Union No. -17.
Meets every Wednesday at 217 W. Twelfth.
President, Edw. Lane.
Secretary, Harry Ilubcr.
Business Agent, Edw. Lane, 29 E. Twelfth
sr. Phone, Canal 1800.
Marble Workers' Union No. 28.
Meets 2d and 4th Tuesdays at 1318 Walnut.
President, Joseph Foster.
Secretary, A. J. Strcatcli, 741 Richmond st.
Cln.lirs' Union No. 387.
Meet, every Tuesday at Central Turner Hall. M,,sal,; "rmiltc'I'erniKii.i Layers ail (I
President, Oscar Snnkcr. Helpers' Union No. 1-1531.
Secretary, Al Feldman, Central Turner Hall. Meets 2d and Ith Tuesdays at 1318 Walnut.
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of the American Federation of Labor
FREE OF COST
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I Popularity Contest:
$50.00 in Cash
A Trip to San Francisco and - - - -
TO THE NEXT HIGHEST
A Trip to the Ohio State Federation of Labor and $35.00 in Cash
THIRD HIGHEST
A Trip to the Ohio State Federation of Labor and $25.00 in Cash
FOURTH Hlf-.HFQT
A Trip to the Ohio State Federation of Labor and $15.00 in Cash
t Enter the Contest at once. The field is all
open. Call al the office of THE LABOR ADVOCATE,
X 34 Thorns Bldg., 5th and Main, for full particulars.
LABOR ADVOCATE
No- 13 Popularity Contest
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Signed .
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President, Dante Ecrtoncini.
Secretary, Carlo Rossi, 1241 Martin st.
Business Agent, Dante Bertoncini, 081 Pa
vilion st.
Painters' District Council.
Mccrs every Monday at s. e. cor. Ninth and
Plum sts.
President, Chas. Lohrum.
Corresponding Secretary, Oscar Matthews,
921 W. Ninth st.
Business Agents, Phil Gasdorf and Samuel
Kelly, 29 E. Twelfth st. Phone, Canal
1S00.
Painters' Union No. 886.
Meets 1st and 3d Wednesdays at Warsaw
ave. and Wells, Pi ice Hill.
President, Wm. Hinton.
Secretary, C. E. Simonson, 3524 Warsaw av.
Painters' Union No. 830.
Meets 1st and 3d Wednesdays at Central
Turner Hall.
President, Herman Illcdenhom.
Secretary, Arthur Ludlow, 953 E. Third st.
Paper Hungers' Union No. 553.
Meets every Fridiy at 802 Main St.
President, Oscar Matthews.
Secretary, Alex Young, 802 Main st.
Painters & Decorators No. 238.
Meets every Thursday at Workmen's Hall,
122 Pike St., Covington.
President, John II. Moorman.
Secretary, James A. Smith, 1238 Wheeler
st., Covington, Ky.
Painters t Decorators No. 308.
Meets every Friday at 1310 Vine st.
President, Vincent Doty.
Secretary, Ed. Hammond.
Painters & Decorators No. 251.
Meets every Tuesday at n. w. cor. Tenth and
Ann sts., Newport.
President, Walter M. Byram.
Secretary, Chas. II. Mehring, 421 Washing.
ton ave., Newport.
Painters At Decorators No. 50.
Meets every Friday at s. c. cor. Ninth and
Plum sts.
Picsidcnt, R. If. Siekmann.
Secretary, p. G. Hummel, 917 Gcst st.
Plasterers' Association No. 1.
Meets every Monday at n. w. cor. Fifth and
Central ave.
Plumbers and Gaslltters No. 50.
Meets 2d and 4th Tucsdajs at Teamsters'
Hall.
President, Jerry Doud.
Secretary and Business Agent, Thos. Ander
son. 20 K. Twelfth st.
Sheet Metal Workers Local No. 28-1
Meets every Friday at Vine and Mercer sts.
President, Aug. Grimes, 1710 Fernwood ave.
Secretary, A. I.. Brooks, C130 Prentice st.
Sheet Met al Workers No. 31G.
Meets 2d and 1th Fridays at 2102 Central
ave.
President, Lawrence McGill, 2120 Vine st,
Secretary, Henry Wall!, 2B40 Fairvicw ave.
Sheet Metal Workers No. 72.
Meets 2d and 4th Mondays at 130 Pike St.,
Covington.
President, George Riec, 1124 Banklick St.,
Covington.
Secretary, Chas, Whitcomli, 033 Main St.,
Covington.
Sheet Metal Workers No. 111.
Meets every Monday at s. w. cor. Twelfth
and Walnur sts.
President, Fred Hock, 20 E. Twelfth st.
Recording Secretary, Matt Enyart, 008
Maple ave.
Sinn Writers' Union No. 221.
Meets 2d and 4th Fridays at Odd Fellows'
Temple.
President, J. Mack.
Secretary, E. I.. Trcnary, 2481 Sccgar ave.
Business Agent, Charles I.ohruni, 20 E.
Twelfth st. Phone, Canal 1800.
Steainfltters' and Helpers' Associate
(U. A.), No. 302.
Meets 1st and 3d Fridays at Cosmopolitan
Hall.
Pi evident, Thos. Cnlina.
Secretary & Business Agent, Philip Fischer,
20 E. Twelfth st. Phone, Canal 1800.
Stonecutters' Association.
Meets 1st ami 3d Tuesdays at s. w. cor.
Twelfth and Walnut sts.
Secretary, Jas. E. Stockton, 3710 Follctte
ave.
Tile Layers' Union.
Meets 1st and 3d Fridays at s. w. cor.
Twelfth and Walnut sts.
Secretary, John O'Connor, 730 E. Sixth st.
Brotherhood of Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators of America.
District Council.
Meets every Monday at s. c. cor. Ninth and
Plum.
President, J. Smith.
Financial Secretary, J. C. Kunzelman, 2115
Ailamhus.
Corresponding Secretary, Oscar Matthews,
021 W. Ninth st.
Business Agents, Phil Gasdorf and Samuel
Kelly, 29 E. Twelfth st. Phone, Canal
1SG0.
LOCALS AFFILIATED.
Local No. 88G.
Meets 1st and 3d Wednesdays at Warsaw
ave. and Wells, Price Hill. '
President, Wm. Hinton.
Secretary, C. E. Simonson, 3624 Warsaw'av.
Local Union No. 50.
Meets every Friday at s. c. cor. Ninth and
Plum sts.
President, R. II, Siekmann.
Secretary, F. G. Hummel, 017 Gcst st.
Local Union No. 308.
Meets every Wednesday at Central Turner
Hall.
President, Vincent Doty.
Secretary, Edw. Hammond.
Local Union No. 13 (Fresco
Painters) .
Meets 1st and 3d Saturdays at 1322 Vine St.
Prcsldcnr, John Marischcn.
Secretary, O. Bicstcr, 837 Armory ave.
Local Union No. 224 (Sign Writers)
Meets 2d and 4th Frldajs at Odd Fellows'
TcmplcL
PrcsidentrWm. Poit.
Secretary, E. L. Trcnary, 24S4 Sccgar ave.
Local No. 387 (Olaziers).
Meets every Tuesday at Central Turner Hall.
President, Oscar Sunker.
Secretary, Al Feldman, Central Turner Hall.
Local Union No. 251 (Newport).
Meets every Tuesday at n. w. cor. Tenth and
Ann sts., Newport.
President, Walter M. Bj ram.
Charles nrauch, 331 W. Eighth St., New
port, Ky.
Local Union No. 238 (Covington).
Meets every Thursday at Workmen's Hall,
122 Pike St., Covington.
President, John II. Moorman.
Secretary, James- A. Smith, 1238 Wheeler
St., Covington, Ky.
Local Union No. 553 (Paper
Haulers) .
Meets every Friday at 802 Main St.
President, Oscar Matthews.
Secretary, Alex Young, 802 Main sr.
Hardwood Finishers' Union No. 83C
Meets 1st and 3d Wednesdays at Central
Turner Hall, 1407 Walnut st.
Secretary, Fred J. Drcycr, 2330 Clifton ave.
NEW BUILDING PERMITS
Residency A 2-story brick residence,
to lie built on Wcntworth avenue,- Clif
ton. Owner, C. II. Rcmhold; archi
tects, Samuel llannaford & Sons, IIul
bcrt Illock, Cincinnati, O. Contracts
awarded as follows: Excavation and
concrete work, II. II, Stratliman; car
penter work Jas. Griffith & Sous Co. ;
luumimiK, i-ratiK u. i lamer; cement
work, Chas. V. Macscher & Co.; roof
ing and sheet metal work, the Jacob
Fremiti Roofing Co.; marble and tile,
Moorman & Ottcu; painting, J. D. Ilasc
mcier; glazing, Cincinnati Plate Glass
Co.; electric work, Al Becker & Son;
heating, Thos. J. Nichol & Co.; brick
and cut stone work, August Schultc &.
Son; plastering, A. Siegman.
GarageA brick garage, to be built at
i:i:ir K. McMillan street. Owner, Sam
uel Murray; architects. Samuel Mannar
ford & Sons, Hulbert Iilock, Cincinnati,
O. Contract awarded to Jas. Griffith &
Sons Co.
Residence A 2J4 story brick resi
dence, with asbestos shingle roof, to be
built on Ohio avenue and Graham street.
Owner, George L. Knorr; architect, G.
W. Drach, Union Trust liuilding, Cin
cinnati, O. Contract awarded to Wm.
Miller & Son.
Business Building A building for
storage and service station, to be erected
on Jackson street, between Canal and
Twelfth streets. Owner, the Towle
Cadillac Automobile Co.; architects, J.
G. Stcinkamp & liro., Mercantile Library
Building, Cincinnati, O. Contracts
awarded as follows : Concrete work,
Robs Bros.; brick work, August Schulte;
iron work, the PotthofT Construction
Co.; plumbing, Schuster & Wagner;
electric work, Fisher Bros.; glazing, the
Win. Glcnny Glass Co.; carpenter work,
Win, Miller & Son; roofing, the Jacob
Freutid Roofing Co.; plastering, A.-Siegman.
Residence A parsonage building, to
be erected at Riverside. Owner, the
Riverside M. E. Church; architect, Ben
C. DeCamp, Neave Building, Cincin
nati, O. Contract awarded to Ed. L.
Winters instead of to C. Avcy, as here
tofore reported.
Anton Weber, Park avenue, to build
a 2-story frame residence on Hamilton,
1(10 feet south ot spring uwn, a. w.
Hayward, contractor; Mr. Desjnrdins,
architect. Cost, $4,000.
Same owner, to build two SJ-story
brick and two 2-story brick residences
on east side of Hamilton avenue, near
Spring Lawn avenue. A. W. Hayward,
contractor; Mr. Des Jardins,- architect.
Cost, $4,000 each.
W. Starke, to build a :i-story brick
residence for fiats on west side of lior
inan, 300 feet south of Union street.
Pelzer & Dallman, contractors. Cost,
$4,noo.
John Mcssmcr, Station C, to build a
2-story brick residence on Eastern ave
nue, between Delta and Stanberry ave
nue. W. C. Wilcv, contractor, and W.
W. Wiley, architect. Cost, $10,000.
French' Bros.-Baucr Co., to make al
terations on their property at 10!) E.
Fifth street. Schrciber & Sons Co.,
contractors. Cost, $0,000.
C. L. Harrison, owner, to build a 'i'i
story brick dwelling at 1H0S Madison
road. Otto Kaiser Chas. Ireland, and
others, builders; Arthur Heini, archi
tect. Cost. $.-.0,000.
C. L. Harrison, owner, to build .1 2
storv brick private garage at 100.-, Mad
ison road. Otto Kaiser and others, con
tractors; Arthur Ileim, architect. Cost,
$10,000.
C. H. Rembold, owner, Times-Star
Building, to build a 2-story brick resi
dence on Wcntworth avenue, 100 feet
east of Brooklvn avenue. Jas. Griffith s
Sons Co., contractors; Ilannaford Sons,
architects. Cost, $8,000.
Double residence, Drexel avenue, be
tween Rideeway and Blair streets.
Architect. Oscar Schwartz, Provident
Bank Building. Owner. Herman Wise
man. Residence and garaue. Bedford ave
nue, near Madison road. Owner, Mrs.
Elizabeth Lamson, (V.U Oak street. $10,-
000. .
II it'll School, Warsaw avenue. Own
er. St. Lawrence R. C. Church. Rev.
John F. Schoenhoeft, 20S0 Warsaw ave
nue. $7.r.,000.
COMIMSXSATIOX LAW DKCLAKKI)
VALID.
Albany. Three far-reaching opinions
upholding the constitutionality of the
New York Workmen's Compensation'
Act were handed down by the Court of
Appeals. .
It is held that all employes of all in
terstate railroads and boat lines owned
by railroads operating within the state
come under the provisions of the law.
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