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I it 3? *8. :'t I i 'X -1 Can W' W &. t|-V.r' W: 7v it fiv IM it W^,7W Monuments Markers Mausoleums C. A. CARPENTER Successor to P. P. Stewart Granite Co. Manufacturer of WATERPROOF STEEL and CONCRETE VAULTS Largest Stock of Goods in Butler or Adjoining Counties Office and Works, 924 East High St. Phone 2540 HAMILTON, O. Locksmiths, Gunsmiths Machinists Ozy-Acetylene Welding, Bicycles, Re pairing and Supplies. Gas Man tels and Fixtures. N. B. Cor. 8rd and Market Sts. HAMILTON, OHIO BANK OF HAMILTON PEOPLES stom Sells UNION SHOES Patronize Capital $100,000 Surplus $75,000 Hamilton Dime Savings Bank Ge«. P. Sohngen, President Clarence Murphy, Vice Fi widen* W. J. Becker, Cashier DIRECTORS Geo. P. Sohngea C. E. Heiser Clarence Murphy Geo. A. Rentachler Chas. Sohngen C. Diefenbach, Jr. Ed. C. Sohngen U N I O N A E CASKETS, DRESSES AND SUITS now be secured in Hamilton. ton and vicinity The Western We have s^re.l fm Casket Co .line GOODS. Whv not use L'uion Made Goods. Ask to .ee of LNION LABEL. Every one of these Caskets, Dresses or Suits carry the Union Label. Call in and see them. The Griesmer-Grim Co. Comer Front and ludlow, Hamilton, Ohio. Both Phones 68 at CUT PRICES Shoes for the whole family with Bargains Every Day lio ti'.g'u Sueet, opp. Court House UNION STORE CARD IMFELD Fop Music Victor Victrolas Edison Dia mond Disc and Cylinder Machines. Pianos and all kinds of Musical In struments. No. 10 S.3dSt. MADE the The Citizens' Savings Bank & Trust Co. LOOKING FOR A PUCE? RBNTSCHLER BUILDING Solicits your bank account. Interest paid on Savings Account and Time Certifi cates of Deposit. Collections promptly attended to. H. A. Rentschler, Pres. Allen Andrews, Vice-Pres. Wm. L. When you are looking for a place to work you choose most carefully, considering it from every point of view. And you should, for you are giving the best part of yourself in time and service. Results of work are expressed in money but it represents your time and energy just the same. Choose just as carefully the place to deposit it. Look for safety and service. These requirements will be found at the Che first national ROBERT. Bell Phon* 613:X CUAS Huber, Secretary Charles I. Anderson, Cashier Phone 47 or 160 FOR COAL, LUMBER OR CEMENT, SEWER PIPE WIPE FENCE, CLAY TILE, ETC. The Anderson-Shaffer Company Deposit Your Savings with the Capital and Surplus $500,000 Interest Paid on Savings Accounts Charles E. Heiaer,......... Geo. P. Sohngen .... O. V. President ... Vice-President ... .Vice-President Cashier Parrish,............. John E. Heiser, ........... C. L. Gebhart,............ Ass't Cashier The Home Loan & Building Ass'a OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT OF 25 CENTS OR MORE Borrowers can pay back in whole Or in part at any time 0% interest. C. J. PARRISH, Secretary Reily Block NOTICE Buy only Bread I I Bearing This L*aDei Tb« Wltwlng Bekera uw tlx Coiofc Occident Raking Co. John Armbrust Frank Mihillo Elite Baking Co Louis Korh Chris Weik Boston Bakery K. K. K. Bakery Frank Geier George Jensen New 8ystem Bakery. Subscribe for The Press. LEADING HAMILTON CONCERNS WHO SOLICIT THE CO-OPERATION OF ORGANIZED LABOR AND THEIR FRIENDS GREATER HAMILTON'S GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE Always look for this Sign WE CARRY THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS, MILLINERY CLOAKS, SUITS and CARPETS IN BUTI.ER COUNTY Trades Council .......... Building Trades Council Barbers No. 70 .. Bricklayers No. 57 Carpenters No. 1477 ..., Electrical Workers No. 927 Iron, Steel, Tin Workers No. 20 Lathers No. 317 Letter Carriers No. 188 Metal Polishers No. 48 ... Musicians No. 321 Musicians No. 700 Paint., Dec., Paper Hangers No. 643. Plasterers No. 409 Plumbers No. 510 Pressmen and Assistants No. 235... Sheet Metal Workers No. 143 Stage Employes No. 232 ................... Stationary Firemen No. 264 Teamsters and Chauffeurs No. 252 Typographical Union No. 487 Molders Conference Board Molders Machinists .... ....— Carpenters Theatrical Stage Employes ROSTER OF OttfUNSZATIOINS THE BUTLER COUNTY PRESS ..2nd O U O A Burns best and lasts longest H. PATER & SON UNION DELIVERY Cor. East Avenue and Industries HAMILTON LABOR UNIONS Name of Union Time and Place'of Meeting. Corresponding Secretary. Trades Council Alternate Tues., Hall No. l....„ ~...A. E. Eggleston, 621 Prytania Ave Brew, and Soft Drink Workers No. 83 2nd and 4th Friday, T. Albert Brown, 601 S. Monument Av. Barbers Union No. 132 Bricklayers No. 11 ... Cigar Makers Union No. 128 ... Bakers Union No. 81 Carpenters & Joiners No. 637 ... Boulevard and 830 Williams Ave., Lindenwald Phone 159 Phone 1348-R MODERN PLUMBING CO. 139 MARKET STREET Plumbing, Steam, Hot Water, Gas Fitting PROMPT SERVICE. GIVE US A TRIAL JOHN P. HENN—Props.—JOHN k. Bell M8-L—PHONES—Home 751-M Schwenn Coal Company COAL 6 COKE, CALL US FOR ANTHRACITE Fifth and High Streets BOTH PHONES DUERSCH COAL CO Cement, Sewer Pipe Try Ebony or Lilly White Ash Coal on your neatt#order. Coke, Feed. Both Phones Are YOU Co-operating with UNION STORES? CONROY'S CULLERS 9F fiOZY HOME FURNITURE EVERYTHING 1 'OR THE HOME A E E A S I E 2nd and 4th Mondays, Hall No. 4 Ernest R. Legg, 326 So. 7th St. 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, T. C. Hall Wm. Kiley, Secretary, 635 Minor Ave. .....2nd Monday, Hall No. 3 Robt. Mick, 609 S. Front St. 1st and 3rd Saturday, T. C. Wm. Eisle, Sec'y» 1116 E. Ludlow. Every Thurs., Hall No. 1 A. E. Etrgleston, 136 Webster A v. Boot & Shoe Repairers No. 847 Third Friday, 42 N. Fifth St.-*. Henry Bubenheim, 42 N. Fifth St.. City Fire Fighters No. 20 ...1st Tuesday, T. C. Hll No. 4 Geo. M. Diegmann, 105 N. Kahn Ave. Electrical Workers Union No. 648 Alternate Weds., Maccabee's Hall Robert Warren, 319 Market st. Machinists' Local No. 241 Every Wed., T. C. Hall No. 2 John Bios, 350 Cleveland Ave. Maintenance of Way Employes 1st and 3rd Sundays, T. C. Hall Edgar Smith, Secy., 638 Chestnut St. holders' Union No. 68 Every Mon., T. C. No. 1 Walter Furry, Secy., 903 N. st. holders' Union No. 283 Alternate Wed., T. C. No. 1 Arthur McGuffin, 2460 Benninghofen Musicians Local No. 31 1st Mon., High and Monument J. Edward Lehmkuhl, 520 No. 3rd st. M^tal Polishers ...Alternate Wed., T. Geo. Brandell, 1833 Mt. Pleasent Pike Plumbers Union No. 108 1st and 3rd Mon., T. C. Hall John Durwin, 518 So. 7th St. Pattern Makers 1st and 3rd Fri., T. C. Hall Phil Kendall, 876 N. Second Paint. Dec. Paper Hangers No. 135....Every Thursday, High and MonumentLester L. Long, sec., 1129 Heaton Ave. Retail Clerks Union No. 119 2nd & 4th Tuesday, Maccabee Hall....Robt. A. Fallert, 521 Prytainia Ave. Stove Mounters Union No. 8 1st and 3rd Fri., T. Carl Reister, 1132 Hensley Ave. Stationary Engineers No. 91 1st and 3rd Mon., T. J. P. Kuenzel,* R. R. No. 3. Stationary Firemen No. 98 2nd and 4th Thurs., 338 High St Chas. Butts, R. R. No. 6. A. A. of S. E. Ry. E. of A 1st Fri., Miamisburg 3rd Fri., Ham Harry L. Shank, Miamisbnrg, Ohio Street Car Men's Local No. 438 ..........1st Fri Miamisburg 3rd Fri. Ham Robert Evans, W. Fairview Ave. Switchmen's Union, No. 130 ............1 and 3 Monday, Moose Hall, 8 p. m...William J. Welsh, care Mose Home. Theatrical Stage Emp. No. 136 .........3 st Sunday, T. C. Hall John Janser, 1024 Campbell Ave. Tailors Union No. 358 1st Thurs., 14 N. Third St Wm. J. David, 462 S. Third St. Typographical Union No. 290 .....2nd Wed., T. C. Hall No. 4 Mable Warren, P. O. Box 318 Teamsters and Chauffeurs No. 175....1st and 3rd Thurs., T. Carl Windser, 3003 Griesmer Ave. Woman's Union Label League ............Meet 1st and 3d Friday, T. C. No. 2....Lulu Gregg, 1020 John St. MIDDLETOWN LABOR UNIONS EAGLE TEMPLE DIGNIFIED CREDIT 318-322 South 2nd ..1st and 3rd Tues., T. C. Hall .Clyde A. Reagle, 111 Charles St. ..Every Thurs., Leibee Bldg... R. C. Fitzgerald. ..Last Mon Arthur Emmons, 108 E. Thrid St. ..First and 3rd Mon. Wm. Bunnell, 709 Vanderveer St. ..Every Mon. E. O. Otterbein, 210 So. Harrison Ave. ..Every Fri ?. Murray Johnson, West Middletown. ..Sat. following A. R. M. Co. Ton. Pay..J. A. Price, 205 So. Harrison Ave. DISTRICT ORGANIZATIONS H0LZ8ERGER IN THE THIRD DISTRICT Frank Jacobs, 1002 So. Main St. .. Earl R. Price, Post Office. and 4th. Thurs. Philip Fay, 631 Garfield St. ..First Sun., A. R. C. Oglesby, care News-Signal. ..First Sun., Franklin, Ohio....Arthur E. Lytle, 911 Hill St., Middletown, Ohio ..1st and 3rd Wed C. A. Reagle, 111 Charles St. ..First Mon T. A. Scully, 306 Castell Bldg. ..2nd and 4th Tues Frank Smith, 301 E. First St. ..Second Wed., Geo. X. Mayer, 326 Market Street, Hamilton, Ohio. ..2nd and 4th Mon George Rempe, 1202 Yankee Rd. ..Every other Sat C. E. Long, 727 Grant St ..2nd and 4th Wed ...Jos. G. Howells, Franklin, Ohio. ..1st and 3rd Tues Frank Boice, 726 Clarendon St. ..First Fri Richard E. Gross, 920 Yankee Rd. —UlM HaeffU, 746 Clark BUSINESS AGENTS Tim Rowan, 939 Central Ave Bell Phone 403-X. ...................Ted Smith, 811 S. 9th St. Bell Phone 1910-Y. ................... Swain Corson, 439 Brosey Ave. Bell Phone 756-L. Henry Janser, Overpeck, Ohio. St., CinU Subscribe for The Press. HAVE A LOOK 31C-318 SOUTH THIRD INTERIOR ICTERIC)!? $2.55 Varnish I'KR M.l.n\ M. :idc Right 15c OAT MEALS —STORES— 1724 Vine, Cincinnati, Ohio Close, 6 p. m. -C O A O W N E S C0DGE Increase Coal Price Three Times that of Labor Tbjpeka, Kan.—"A Leavenworth coal miner writes to this paper that on August 16 the coal companies advanc ed the laborers at their plants $1.50 a day and at the same time advanced the price of coal $1 a ton/' says the Kansas Trades Unionist. "In speaking of the mine where he works he says there are 43 men em ployed, making the daily pay roll in crease $66.50, while the daily output of coal is 200 tons. The increase of $1 a ton to the consumer, therefore, nets the company $153.50 over and above the increase to the men. And yet you hear on every hand that it is the high cost of labor that keeps the price of coal and other commodities up. "Writing further he says: 'In 1914 we received $1.10 a ton for digging the coal and the coal was sold for $2.50 a ton. From that time up until now we had received advances in wages amounting to only 66 cents a ton, and yet coal that sold for $4.50 in 1914 is selling for $9.60 now, or in orher words, an advance to the con sumer of $5 per ton to overcome an advance of 66 cents a ton to the miner." m* Ka LIVING COSTS HIGHER cago.—The cost of living is con- ,WORKERS UNION UNIO^STAMP Factory Boot and For Twenty Years we have issued this Union Stamp for use under our V O U N A Y A I A I O N O N A OUR STAMP INSURES: Peaceful Collective Bargaining. siderably higher than in 1919, said Robert McKachan, testifying befor* Judge Alschuler, arbitrator in the wage movement of butcher workers. Mr. McKachan is manager of the central states wholesale prices. There are a number of houses being built in this city and are being offered to the working people for homes. Some of these houses have not been built by Union Carpenters. ^^Onl^One_Store^Ji^JEach_jCity_^ CARPENTERS' UNION No. 637 calls your attention to the houses in the HARLAN ADDITION and also those built by the NEIN REALTY COM PANY on Sipple Avenue, which were NOT built by Union Carpenters If you are going to buy a home, buy one that was ljuilt by Union Carpenters: the workmanship will be more satisfactory and you will feel more at home in it Wl,000,000, ROLLS WALL PAPER CARPENTERS AND JOINERS No. 637 KUY NOW! Bli V NOW! BUY NOW! BU\ NOW! 2k Per Roll PAPER HANGERS' TOOLS Sera pern 19c ea Scam Hollers 2.'ic ea Trimmers, Tables, Etc. JT IT SAMPLE BOOK MAILED n JEV 100 Designs and Colorings ,mm JC* Jt-* MARTIN R0SENBER6ER THE WALL PAPER KING" 316 S. 3rd St., Hamilton, Ohio OPPOSITE POtT OFFICE co-operativd society, and presented schedules of prices to support his claim. He stated. that all contracts for future delivery made by him are based on about 20 per cent advances over last year'* W& W* Subscribe for The Press. EARL MCELREVEY CONTRACTOR -fend BUILDER Store Fronts and General Repair Work a Specialty 349 Dayton St. Bell 114-L tf "Say It With Flowers" THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 2533 Fair Ave. Opp. Fair Grounds Forbids Both Strikes and Lockouts. Disputes Settled by Arbitration. Steady Employment and Skilled Prompt Deliveries to Dealers and Public. Peace and Success to Shoe Workers' 246 SUMMER STREET, BOSTON, MASS. Collis Lovely, General President... Charles L. Baine, General Sec'y-Treas. BUY A- UNION MADE HOME! Workmanship. Workers and Employers. Prosperity of Shoe Making Communities. As loyal union men and women, we ask you to demand shoes bearing the above Union Stamp on Sole, Insole or Lining. Union A VE_A_LOO K 316-318 SOUTH THIKIi ROOF PAINT CO 7C Per 3 Gallon M. R.—Made Right Independent 12C71 Ceilings *.'v —STORES— 417 E. 5th St" Dayton, Ohio Close, A p. m.