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THE LABOR ADVOCATE
FOR RENT 1 Large Hall Formerly occupied by the Hanselman Lodge 1 Small Hall BOTH FOR MEETINGS Several Offices and Desk Room Suitable for Business Agents APPLY TO Pat McHugh S. W. CORNER TWELFTH and WALNUT A FEW WORDS ABOUT FRANK I I'ijiiiK It. Jiiscilei I r.ink H Ciiisw eiler, lmikIiiI.iIl for JikIku of the Superior Com t, is .1 self nuiile iii.in in ever j respeet, Ii.imiik I i ecu horn ami raisul in Ciiieiiiii.ui, le ceiMiiK li t.irly Ldiication in the public sellouts, studied l.iu at tin. l..iu .School of Cincinnati and Krailuateil from nu rhor, Miclian, with honors lie has hiLii ;icliel) ene,:ie,el in the practice of lau for mail) jours ami is considered to he iiiitnentl) well (ptahlle'l for this po sition. I'or liftcLii j ears past he has taiiKlit anil assisted hundreds of oiiiik men to pass tin lau examination , he IoiiKS to a siore of fraternal organiza tions and has a host of friends lie has hien a fraud of orKUiiiml lahoi. and has served tlieni u lit never la eiiuld 11a Strett Hailvvn Mctual Piokctivi ssotiation ami tlu hattion Uailvvaj I-mploies KLiieralU art nr.Ui fill to him for tin mail) valu.ihk seruts he has nndiri 1 in their 1 n1i.il f X Qufsrlpa Hlmjrjett - fcrfc htnk (flualUttrt nlrta Mr brute TJirrrlit tun 2jaun ijcllrfrrt Telephone Canal 1869. SAM! W. BELL Republican Candidate For Presiding Judge or THE Municipal Court ELECTION: NOVEMBER 2, 1915 "WHEN IN DOUBT VOTE FOR BELL" PRESIDENT WILSON URGED TO RECOGNIZE CARRANZA A. '. ol i. i;i'cn(iM' Council I'li'iid Ciiiisc ol Mfi(-im I'nlrlot. Washington Under nisti tictnms of the executive loiineil of the Ameiic.ui I'edei.ilioii of Lahoi, which met last week in this city, l'lesidcnt Compel s has written a letter to President Wil son in which the lattei is tirued to rect)Kllle General C.inaiia as head of the Mexican k(1 eminent I'lesidenl Ciompeis' lettei is as the f.il lows "111 ulcokI with the dirtction of executive council of the Aineiican 1 the ei- eration of Lahor. the follow intr is re spcctftill.v stihiuittL.il to joii and which, we hone, will commend itself to join fnxoi.ihle toiisideralion and action "Theie his heen koiiih n just acioss otn southern bound. irj a battle vvhith is pait of tin world-old sttue; Kk foi fi Ledum Although that stiite; kIl ma) he associated with ni.ni) things tli.it aie not in accoid with oui ideals, jet I am sine jou recognize that these tilings aie tlie lust etude efToils of a people lone; accnstoniLd to despotism and denial of the lights of fiee eitiens ti leahe ideals of fieedom N.llioiis, as well as individuals, as jou well know, cannot at mice assume wisdom in the exereise of fi Ledum l'he tiitisl learn to he fiee The) have the unlit to till' fieedom without unw.ii ranted outside interfeience even fioni those who seek then w elf.u e "The levolt of the people undei the leadeislup of Madero at-amst the Diaz KoverniiieMit was an tffoit to realize ideals The suppoit kivlii to ihe ideals of Madeio was a proof that na tional iriht) and lesonicefnlnes had not heen ciushed out by the title of despotism It was a pioof that theie weie )et ideals and je.inunns for the oppoittuiities that ilKlltfull) belonged to citizens undei a free l-ovci nment "Undei Iht Madero trove riiment there weie bcKinuuiKs of a lahor movement and an effort of tlu woikers to oiK.inizc for tlie realization of then ideals and foi the betterment of them selves and then fellow woikers IT11-. Albert D. Shockley CANDIDATE FOR MEMBER OF Board of Education CITY OF CINCINNATI An X must be placed before tiic name on the separate ballot for that putpo3e, otherwise your vote is lost. Albert D. Shockley -() Walnut tr. Cincinnati, O. hope was overshadowed by the bar barism of lluert.i, but again grew strong and stead) when Carranza as serted himself as the leader of the peo ple. "Geneial Carranza is recognized as the friend of the working people and the real leader of the people gcncrall) in Mexico. He has granted to the wage earners the right of organization and has secured them opportunities for carr)ing on the legitimate purposes of organization lie has been thorough ly in s)mpathy with the ideals of gi eater opportunity and freedom of the masses of the people. The working people have been supporting him They have adjourned as lodges and Trade Unions to enlist m the Carranza army with then Union officials serving as the officers of then regiments "'Ihe workers of Mexico have tried as best the) could with the rc souices avatlable to present their re (litest and their tight to be allowed to work out their own problems The) asked )oit and oui government for a little more patience and a little more time to prove tint the Can ana gov ernment teally lepiesented the people of Mexico You gi. inted that lenttest and time has proved that Geneial Car ranza is leall) the repicscntative of Mexican democrac) that he lepre sents their efforts to establish a gov ernment of the ncople and foi the peo ple Geneial Gitr.uia has demon strated his s)inpathy with the ideals for which Madero gave his life, and has refused to compromise these ideals with Mexican levolutioutsts who were seeking then own personal interests lie has endeavored to secure for the Mexican lepubhc the dignity and le spei t that ought to be accorded to an) sov ereigu gov eminent "Thesjinpathies of the workers of the United States have been vet) deepl) touched b) the struggles of our fellow workers of Mexico As recent events have drawn all of tlie countries of the two Aineiican continents more close I) together, so the workers of these various countiies have been more thoi oughty aioused to the common in teicsts and the common welfate of the wage-earneis who are Litiens of the Lountries "It is with the desire that we Amer icans who have so much liberty and I so much of opportunit) should use our infltieiiLe to aid those who are less . fortunate, that as lepiesentatives of the lahoi movement of Ameiica we urcrc lltion von I et-oe'iutinn of Gi'upi.nl 1! Carrana as the head of the Mexican government Ihe niatlei, we know, is receiv ing mil most earnest and mote con st lentious consideration, and we are sine that your s)iupathies are ei) strong for any genuine effort to secuie the l.uger libel t) foi the people, theie fore we wish )ou to have the assur ance that the couise we, as the repre sentatives of the organized lahoi nioveniLiit of America urge upon you, has, we feel sure, the hearty appioval and endorsement of the great i.tnk and lite of the citizenship of our countrv." I'KOI'OSIOI) INNOVATION'. lloston A resolution was passed b) the Grand Council of Carpenters of Eastern Massachusetts at a recent meet ing winch places increases of pa), work ing rules, dues, initiation fees and other matters under a proposed general refer endum. These matters have heen acted upon b) the district councils independ ent!) The admission of the Carpenters' District Council of L)im brought the membership up to la.Olld A universal working tard was also adopted The officers are Charles A. Mitton, Waltham, president; William II. Walsh, llrookline, vice-president ; Elmer G. Walker, Salem, recording stcietarv ; A li. Steams, Winchester, financial secre tar) -treasure). ('AKI'lkVI'ICUK' VICTOHV. Niagara Kails. Organize'! I'" J. Marsh leports that the carpenteis eiuplo)cd on I two sections of the Wclland Canal job thad alread) joined the union. He be lieves that it is now onl) a matter of a short time until the contractors will sign .1,1 agrt uncut similar to the one entered into with the Kcilcration Construction Compaii) which has a contract for three other sections of the canal. Tins ag .0 nieut is considered a great victor). It means the establishment of fort) cents an hour, with double pa) for overtime No man will be allowed to work more than one shift in tw cut) -four hours un less 111 case of tut emergenc). STUIKIO CN'DKI). Youngstown, Ohio The strike of munitions makers at the plant of the William Tod Compaii) here has been settled after a conference between a sttikcrs' committee and the compaii) managers. Over 100 men have gone back to work after being out of work a w 1 1 k Thev will receive an mcrea'-c 111 wages with utile r ei nccssions Phone, Elm 498 Mocrlem'i Draught Bcc( Muls to Order AUF WIEDERSEHEN CAFE AND GARDEN Harry C Rawlings, Edw L. Slcptian., Mgr. Corner Madison and Taylor Aves. OAKLEY Phone, Canal W. 1078 ALL (lOODS UNION AUIIB HENRY BEHR1NGER & SON TAILORS and CLOTHIERS S. 12. Cor. John unci Oils er Sts. CINCINNATI, 0. GEO. KUHLMANN COAL AND GAS RANGES All kinds of Sheet Metal Work RoofiiiR and Spouting 1207 Main Street, I'hone, Canal 21 THE Union Distilling Company Progressive Distillers COAL AND METAL MINING ARE SEPARATE CALLINGS Indianapolis "The pioduct of tlie metal miner in nowise enteis into com petition with that of the coal miner," is one of the leasons wit) a commit tee apomted b) the United Mine Workers' Union does not favoi am.il gam ition with the Western Kedeiatton of Miners. Attention is called to the inter change of cards and othei exhibition of fratcrnilv between the two organtza tions, and it is stated that the present status of aff.uis has never deb.ured the two Unions from "w 01 king to gether in the mtei est of their com mon vv elf aie." The committee points out that the work of the two Unions from a pne tic.il standpoint is entirely different, and that .111 amalgamation would weaken both 111 their lespecttve at tempts to organize the coal miners and the metal miners It is stated that "The immutable law of self-preser vation dictates that we throw all of our resources into the work of organ izing these non-Union coal miners, whose product is taking the markets of Union-mined coal." In referring to the diffciences be tween the two industiics, the repoit s.i) s "We point to the fact that while the metal niuiei, like the coal miner, is called upon to Inave the dangers of a common calling undei ground, that the product of the metal miner in nowise enteis into Lompctition with that of the coal niiuet; 111 fact, his re lationship to the coal mining industry is not so neai. 1101 so important in tune of industrial slnfe, as is that ol the men emplo)ed in tlie transporta tion industr), not is his relation to us from a competitive standpoint so important as is that of the men cm plo)ed 111 the production and market ing of oil and gas, and in the plants and waterpowei sites used to gener ate electi ical povvei We cite the fore going 111 order to make plain that coal mining and metal nulling are indus tries sepaiate and distinct so far as the competitive lelatiouship of their product is concerned" WILL DKTKCT TUIIKUCULOSIS. Philadelphia. Within the )ears medi cal science will probahl) have suc ceeded m all but eliminating death from lubeicitlosts fioni vital statistics is the prediction of Dr Jefferson D Gibson, president of the American As sociation of Clinical Research, in an ad dress 111 this cit) He said that recent discoveries h) which the piesence of tuberculosis tendencies can be detect ed even before the genus appear in the sputum, together with a later and high er development of the X-ray, will 111 a short time remove tuberculosis f 10111 the list of uecessanly fatal disease-. OPPOSE CONSCItllTION. Vancouver, li C Unanimous op position to conscription was the de cision of the Can idi.iu Tt.ides and La hor Congress 'Ihe convention called 011 Dominion woikeis to give aid to the cause of the llriltsh empire in the present war, but the theory of con scription was assailed b) tlie speakers who declared this denial of constitu tional fieedom and opposition to the interests of labor must be opposed WEAR THE LABEL Mr J I1 Grihain member of tin Street and Klectnc Iwiilwa) Kmplo)cs' Association of Charleston, S C called at the office of The docate 111 the in terest of Standard Union Merchandise Association of New York, it is a cata logue hotie of only Union made goods 'I'he coinimi) is headed b) Jno D)che fin uteri) lilt' rnatininl Picsi dent of the Garment Workers Meals lo Order Moerlein's Beer PHONE CANAL 12G2 Auf Wiedersehen Cafe and Restaurant McHUOH & HOCK Successors to Edw. L. Stophany S. W. COR. TWELFTH AND WALNUT STS. I SMOKE Quality Only" and M. IBOLB CGIHS THE EIGHT -HOUR TOBACCO CO. Is owned and oDcrated bv Cincinnati Deo- ( pie. All its brands are made by members ot 1 obacco Workers Local No. li. It Is the only Tobacco Comp my in the United States which lias adopted the dull t-liour day. 8-HOUR UNION SCRAP ALL DAY SCRAP HOME RUN SCRAP WE ARE HERE Economy Shoe Repairing Go. None other than the Best White Oak Leather used, and we ( 'em while you wait. Pnces Reasonable N. W. Cor. Fifth and Walnut Opposite Tost Office Phone, Canal 3322 L RctiJence Phone, West 2252-R Wm. Glandorf Moving and Storage Co. FIRST CLASS STORAGE FURNITURE PACKED FOR SHIPPING 813-835.837-839 Hopkins St.' Telephone, V. 609 CINCINNA ri, O. WI11TK CIIOSS AMIJUfcAXCn Prompt and efficient eervlce forth transporta tion of patlenta to and from homei, hoapltali. or the R. K. ilatloni. Garefnl attention. Nothing like It In town. Inspection Invited. JOHN J. GILLIGAN, EiKhtli, Near Broadway. Phnncs: Canal 1802 and 1803. North 1137 ........ . a DR. . H. KAGERMAN DENTIST 307 Provident BanK Bldg. Phone Cnitnl 15Z Office Hours 10 A M to 2 P. M , and also br appointment 10G5 Central Ave. Phone, West 3654-R 2.10 p. m. to 8.30 p.m. 8 a. m. to 10 a.m. The Busiest Place in The City Niemes' Cafe Restaurant and Billiard Hall 9 W. 5th St. GUS DOLL, Mgr. The HUB CAFE 42 E. FIFTH ST. CINCINNATI - - OHIO . OLD RESERVE Bourbon or Rye Whiskey 8 YEARS OLD $1.00 Full Quart H. BOEDEKER 508-10 MAIN ST. J. H. FIELMAN Dealer m Pasteurized MILK and CREAM Huh Grade Sweet Butter and Efgt 2510 Vine St. Phone, Avon 3116 QfiT'