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THE LABOR ADVOCATE
COMPENSATION BILL SIGNED
Washington. Last week President
Wilson signed tlic Kcrn-McGillicuddy
Workmen's Compensation act, which
provides compensation for injuries and
fatalities to the 400,000 employes of the
federal government.
Former legislation covered but one
fourth of this number, or those engaged
in hazardous occupations. A government
commission is created to administer the
new law. Three commissioners at $5,000
a year will be appointed by the Presi
dent, and they will make such rules and
regulations as arc necessary for the en
forcement of the act, and arc empow
ered to make decisions.
The pajments for disability, as speci
fied in the act, arc as follows:
Total disability, 06 per cent of the
monthly pay during the continuance of
the disability, not to exceed $CG.C7 a
month, and not less than $33.33, unless
the employe's monthly pay is less than
$3.1.33, m which case the compensation
is to be full pay.
Partial disability, GCJ3 per cent of the
difference between the monthly pay at
the time of the injury and the monthly
wage-earning capacity after the begin
ning of the partial disability, not to ex
ceed $p0.07 per month.
Medical, surgical and hospital services
and supplies for a reasonable time and
in a reasonable amount will be furnished
to the injured employe by the govern
ment. The exact details of this provi
sion are left to the commission.
STEAM KXGIXI3ERS MEET.
Newark, N. J. The biennial conven
tion of the International Union of Steam
and Operating Engineers was held in
this city during the week. President
Gompers addressed the delegates, devot
ing considerable time to the legislative
gains made by organized labor during
the past year.
Get your Kodaks and Films from
OTTO KATZ
DRUGGIST
S. W. Corner Vino and Liberty Streets
CINCINNATI, OHIO
TRAVERS SHOES
For Women,
UNION STAMPED
526 Race Street
EVERY NEW STYLE
"Always $2 to $3 less the
pair than elsewhere"
iART MUSEUM
EDEN PARK
Saturdays, 9 a. m. to 5 : 30 p. m., Free
Sundays, 1 to 5 p. m., 10c; other
days, 0 to 5 :30,25c.
F. BUSSE, Frit, and Treas. M. DJINZIGER Vlce-Pres.
junn r. uuulu sec;.
The United States Varnish Co.
MANUFACTURERS FINEST VARNISHES
2816-2618 Coleraln Ave.
Phone WeMt 339 CINCINNATI. O.
Every Grade and Variety of Funeral Furnishings
WALTER H. STREIBIG
FUNERAL DIRECTOR S&ffSS-
N. E. Corner Walnut and Liberty Sti.
Phone Canal 1797 CINCINNATI, O.
LEARN
0AUTO
BUSINESS
Y. M. C. A.
AUTO SCHOOL
Commended by leading experts of
country as complete and thor
ough. Instructors are skilled auto
engineers. Latost electrical
equipment and Ignition systems.
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
Cut Out and Mall for Catalog.
Name ..........
Address
Y.M.C.A
Seventh and
Walnut,
CINCINNATI, O.
IBxA& VMh3
I IN
THE
INJUNCTION JUDGE
SCORNED BY WORKERS
Detroit. Judge Van Zile trudged up
the long stairs to the county jail and
offered freedom to five striking pattern
makers, who have been jailed by him
for violating an injunction, if they
would promise to discontinue picketing.
When Judge Van Zile sentenced these
workers he thundered on the sacrcdncss
of property and personal liberty which
cost this nation billions of dollars to
establish.
But this wise and fearless expounder
of justice, who told his victims he is a
candidate for re-election, is shown in an
other light as he offered freedom on his
terms. "I thought you'd like to get in
the Labor Day parade tomorrow," he
whined.
The pattern makers said thev would
give him a reply later, and when their
visitor had retired they jointly signed
the following letter and forwarded it to
Judge Van Zilc's residence by special
messenger :
"Relative to your conference with us
this afternoon, we submit the following
answer to your proposition to release us
from jail after being confined here for
14 days, to-wit:
"Under np consideration will we sur
render our constitutional rights to sat
isfy any employer of labor.
"We hold that no one man has the
right to deny us the privilege of passing
any shop whether on strike or not, or to
prevent us from talking to any man with
the object in view of joining our organ
ization to better his condition in life."
Detroit. Judge Connolly has ordered
the release of five strikine; pattern mak
ers on bonds of $500 each until the su
preme court passes on the decision of
Judge Van Zile, who fined and sen
tenced these unionists to jail for violat
ing an injunction not to picket or visit
the homes of strikebreakers.
Judge Connolly's order was contested
hv attorneys representing the Detroit
Manufacturers' association.
1)ANGKHS IX MATTRESS MAKING.
Albany, N. Y. The state commission,
acting under authority of a law passed
by the last legislature, is attempting to
enforce sanitary conditions in the mat
tress industry. In a recent speech to
manufacturers of bedding, Dr. Roos,
medical inspector of the department of
labor, said :
"Early in my work I noted the large
percentage, of- disease among' the men
employed in mattress .factories and pre
sented the facts to the bureau of indus
trial hjgicne which ordered a survey
made and my department visited all
the larger plants in New York city, 97
in all, and the conditions we found were
simply appalling. In most of the plants
dust lay thick on the floors, machines,
walls and even on the ceilings the very
atmosphere was permeated with it and
fully 20 per cent, on an average, of
the workmen were suffering from tuber
culosis while others had various forms
of skin and eruptiv'e diseases. Some of
the factories were in cellars, others in
converted tenement houses, former
stables, etc.. and few had any adequate
system of ventilation or proper toilet
facilities.
"In many factories there were piles
of second-hand mattresses laying around
which the manufacturers said were to be
remade for private parties, etc., and in
one place we found about 73 mattresses
that had come from a Bowery lodging
house and you can imagine the dirt,
hltli, vermin and disease they carried.
There can be no doubt that these mat
tresses were to be made up not for pri
vate parties, but as part of new goods."
WOOD CAKVEKS WANT MOKE.
Chicago. The Wood Carvers' union
is preparing to enforce a demand for
wage increases of 5 cents an hour, to
take effect October 1.
MOVIE OPEItATOKS GAIN.
Cleveland. Moving picture operators
have raised wages from $17.50 to $20.75
a week.
FRANKLIN SCHOOL
FOR BOYS
Thirty-seventh year begins
September 25. Primary, Inter
mediate and Preparatory Dc-
I partments. Has sent 400 grad
uates to college. Well equipped
Laboratory and large Play
ground. Manual Training and
Drawing. Small classes and
individual attention. Certifi
cate admits to college.
For catalogues address
G. S. SYKES, Principal
2833 May Street
The Principal will be at the school
every morning.
Contracting Firms Who
are Fair to Union Labor
ART GLASS WORK.
Contracting Firms Employing Mem
bers of Art Glass Workers'
Union Xo. 9.
Anchor Art Glass Co., 421 Dm st.
Cincinnati Art Glass Co., 430 Oliver St.
Hcckcrmann, F. W. & Co., Murdock Building.
RIordan, G. C. & Co., Walnut St., between Third
anil Fourth.
Ruckcl Art Glass Co , Fugh Dldg.
ASBESTOS WORK.
Contractors Who Employ Union
Asbestos Workers.
Armstrong Cork Co., Third and Main sts,
E. C. Wulfcck, Jr., 331 W. Third St.
Johns-JIanvillc, II. W. Co., of New York, 603
Provident Hank Rldg.
Kcaslicy & Jtatvison Co., 528 Main St.
Kramig, R. E. & Co., Eighth and Egglcston ave.
BRICKLAYING.
Contractors Who Employ Union
Ilodcnrrlcrs and ttulhllng
Laborers.
Applegate, Sherman, Glcnmore and Hulbcrr
aves.
Apcsloff Tlroi., 410 Armory ave.
Ilueclie, L 1107 Bates ac.
Brooks & Hall, Herschell ave., Hyde Park.
Baker, G. W., 127 Delta ave.
Bell, A., Bcvis ave.
Britt, Wm., 1554 Garrard St., Covington.'
Britt, M. S 114 E. Sixteenth St., Covington.
Bywalcrs, A., 40S S. Mill St., Lockland, O.
Bell & Leonard.
Carr, John, 750 Richmond st.
Cornctlc, George, Madisonvillc, O.
Clark, A. II., No. 17 Builders' Exchange.
Erd, Wm., Glcnparkcr ave.
Flack, Theodore, 2140 Storrs st.
Fucrst, Robt., 8922 Seminole.
Foltz, Frank, 035 York st.
Green, V. T East Pearl st.
Huer, William, 1744 Harrison ave.
Ilubcr, Andy, Norwood, O.
Huermann, II., 2823 Zcltner st.
House Bros, 2235 Sjmmes st.
Hitzmann, August, 2507 Spring Grove ac.
Hestcrbcrg, J., No. 77 Builders' Exchange.
Helman & Hamcn, 053 Neavc st.
Hazen, II. C, Contracting Co., 2070 Reading rd.
Jaclmk, 434 W. McMickcn ave.
Harig Co , Room 48, 31 E. Fourth st.
Jacob, II. B Loth and Mulberry sts.
Jones, Geo., 1010 E. McMillan st.
JeveJ.& Son, John, 1012 Hopple st. , , .
Jeynes, James, 030 Shillito st.
Kieley & McDermott, No. 70 Builders' Ex-
cnangc.
Larson, Fred, Emming st.
Lauterback, Chas., 701 Sedam st.
Luckcy & Works, 3827 Colcrain ave.
McGarvcy & Co., 007 Gerkc Bldg.
McDermott, J., No. 0 Builders' Exchange.
Mason, Geo., Builders' and Traders' Exchange.
Messerschmidt, John, 1043 W. Liberty st.
Maynard, Joe, 414 V. Fourth st Newport, Ky.
Maynard, Archie C, 011 Boone St., Newport.
Moore, Chas., 735 Considinc ave., Price Hill.
Nittcrhousc, F. A., Milford, O.
Piatt & Dickerson, Lawrenccburg, Ind.
Peters, Chas., Dayton, Ky.
Roach & Bruner, 099 Johnston Bldg.
Rinck, Chas. & Bro., 2409 Spring Grove ave.
Rickter, John F., 020 Dayton st.
Ross, E., 711 Fifth ave., BcIIcvuc, Ky.
Ross, James & Sons, Bcllevue, Ky.
Schultc, Aug.
Stckelman & Son, II.
Singer, John, Lockland, O.
Sliriber, Chas, Miller's lane, Ftr Thomas.
Stickscl, Nicholas V 3207 Epworth ave.. West
wood .
Sweet, Geo. G., Camp Dennison, O.
Thompson, Oliver & Sons, Newport, Ky.
WaholT & Tenoevcr, 812 ISctts st.
WahofT, Steve.
Weist, A., 288 Ludlow ave.
Walker, Wm. C, Flat 1, Harris Bldg., Norwood.
Ware, W. II., Eighth and Monmouth, Newport.
Witte, Albert, 017 Crown St., Walnut Hills.
tl. J. CONKLINQ, Sewer Pipe, Fire Brick,
Plaster and Lime. Office and yards, Gilbert
ave. and Court st. Phones, Canal 2030 and
2031.
CEMENT CONTRACTORS.
Employing Members of the Cement
Workers' Union.
CINCINNATI.
Frank W. Folz & Co., Dayton and Freeman ave.
Chas. V. Maescher & Co., 017 Reading rd.
Marcus Ruilding Co.
Ilubcr, Jacob Co.
Fcrro Constuction Co.
Frank Hill Smith Construction Co.
Roach-llruner Co.
Ohio Ruilding Co.
II. Gahl, of the N. C. C. Cement Co.
J. Glassmyci.
Edw. Schmcrr.
Fred Meier, 2141 Heading rd.
E. E. I.ampkin, Grandin rd. and Crescent ave.
COMPOSITION ROOFING.
Contractors Employing Members of
Composition Hoofers' Union.
llrecsc Urns. & Co., 1000 Heading rd.
Cincinnati Roofing Co., 010 Sjcamorc St.
John T. Dalton, 101 Mercantile Library Bldg.
II. F. Gilch, 600 Madison ave.. Covington, Ky.
HARKNGSS & TOWLER CO., Galvanizing Iron
Cornice Works, also Manufacturers of As
phalt and Composition Roofs. Repairs a
Spccialtv. 1002, 1001 Providence St. Phone,
West 351 f.
Tliorbum & Trunnell, 1121 Walnut sr.
Singleton, RufTncr & Co., Eighth and Plum sts.
F. C. Onp .V Son, 1012 Freeman ae.
II. W. Johns-Manville Co., 051 Main St.
Witt & Ilrown. 315 W. Third st.
ELECTRICAL WORK.
Contractors Employing Members of
Elcctricnl Workers' Union.
Aull, Chas., 1127 Carson ave.. Trice Hill.
Adams Electric Co., 140 E. Court St.
llcattie Electric Co., 324 E. fourth st.
Becker, Albert & Son, 8 W. Sixth St.
Bcluhoovcr Electric Co., 121 E. Court st.
Bccrman Electric Co., Latonia, Ky.
Brown Electric Co., 828 Main st.
THE DnVERE ELECTRIC COMPANY, Electri
cal Constractors. Dealers in Electrical Sup
plies. Motors, Fixtures and Telephones. 234
W. Fourth st. Phones, Main 3041 and Main
3015.
Ertcl Light Co., 420 W. Fourth St.
Enghauscr, Edgar, 034 Harris ave., Price Hill.
Fink. A. L. & Co., 2S15 Woodburn ave.. Walnut
Jims.
Fischer Bros. Co., 1010 Madison ave., Coving-
ion, iy.
Gem Electric Co., 120 W. Second sr.
Gleason, T. J., 901 Central ave, Newport, Ky.
Grosshcim Bros., 1213 Vine st.
Hcrschedc Electric Co., Provident Bank Bide.
Home Electric Co., 027 Monmouth St., Newport,
Kcllcy Electric Co., 427 Elm st.
Ohio Electric Co., 1547 Cutter St.
Portor Co., 808 Lyric Bldg.
Queen City Electric Co., 317 E. Third St.
Reutcr, Wm. G., 34 E. Sixth St.
Richter Electrical Co., 332 W. Fourth st.
Rittcr, Wm., 05 Main St.
Rugg Electric Co., 828 Main st.
Schoppcr, Fred D., 512 Race St.
Schmittker, Ed E., 2010 Courtland ave.. Nor
wood, O.
Schuster Electric Co., 2109 McLean ave.
Spcllman, E. C, 232 E. Sixth St.
United Light Co., 241 W. Fourth st.
Wottiz, A., 1400 Linn st.
Wolf Electric Co., 132 E. Third St. .
KIjECTKICAL- SIGNS.
Federal Sign Co.
Novelty Sign Co."
Quehl Sign Co.
GLAZING.
Contractors Employing Union
Glaziers.
Cincinnati Plate Glass Co., 108 W. Second st.
Glcnny Glass Co.. Wm., 10-10 W. Commerce st.
Ncuer Co., Dave. 1010 Main st.
Neuer Glass Co., II., 518 Reading rd.
Pittsburg Plate Glass Co., Court and Broadway.
Queen City Glazing Co., 044 Linn st.
IRON WORK.
Contractors Employing Union Orna
mental and Structural Iron
Workers.
Brackctt Construction Co.
Columbia Iron Works, Reading rd.
Covington Architectural Iron Works.
Grimm Iron Works.
H. C. HAZEN CONTRACTING COMPANY, Con
tractors and Builders. Underwriters' Ap
proved Fire Doors. 2070 2074 Reading rd.
Phone, North 3441.
Lang, Wm. & Sons Co.
Marcus Building Co.
Potthoff Co.
Schrciber, L. & Sons Co.
Southern Ohio Iron Works.
Union Erection Co. (Henry Wittman).
MOSAIC, GRANITE, TERRAZO
WORK. I
Contractors Employing Members of
Mosaic, Granite, Tcruzzo Layer
and Helpers' Union. I
J. Maurcll & Co., 512 E. Eighth St.
PAINTING AND DECORATING.
Contractors Employing Union Pnint-
ers, Decorators, Paper Hnng-
ers and Sign Writers.
PAINTERS AXD DECORATORS.
CINCINNATI.
Ackcrmann, riiil, 3035 W. Eighth st.
Aciee, C. S., 522 Main st.
AfTclhoy, Wm., 1112 Jplm st.
Allhaud, C, 003 State ae.
Deckman, Ily., 1527 Moore st.
Ilcrl, D. & Co., 1030 Poplar st.
Ilertling Tiros. & Co., 831 W. Sixth St.
Ilertram, Jake, Winton rd.
llcrtram, Phil, 2109 Freeman ave.
Ilordcn, R. C, 1717 Central ae.
Rolcc &.S011, Henry, 3551 Michigan ae.
Rorbcly, Andrew, 2890 Marshall ave.
Iloylc & Co., E. F., 1013 Cutter st.
Iiurkctt & Kcnney, 010 Prospect place.
Ilrammcr, J., 4318 Thirty-second St., Oakley.
Ilchrens Co., The Wm. F 113 Garfield place.
Tlurkc, E., Painting Co., 2101 Gilbert ave.
Iloclicke, Otto, 225 Shillito st.
llrachmcicr X. Co., Ed A., 3003 Sidney ave.
Rradley X. Sons, Geo. A., 3S1S Spring Grove ave.
Drashcr, Jos., 1511 Glenparker ave.
Druns, Ily., 1772 Townsend st.
Ruhr, J. II., 2010 University court.
Christie & Co., O. J., Silverton, O.
Courtot, JL, 4158 Pittc ave.
Cook, Harry T., 31 1 E. Sixth St. n
Deck, John, 2819 Hcnslnw ave.
Drake, II. A., California, O.
Dixon, F. JL, 2031 JIadison rd.
Dalrymple & Youngbluth, 4715 Wilmcr St., Lin-
v, ood.
Dicknieyer, Henry, 3227 Colcrain ave.
Decker Painting Co., 1209 Harrison ae.
Dunn X. Page, Mt. Washington.
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C. A. KUHR
BUTTER AND EGGS
Wholetale and Retail
1442 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Phone, Canal 2100
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-6
Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
Phone, Park 1220
GUS. CAFE
Opp. Ckerter Park CUS. BECKENHAUPT, Trop.
Summer Garden
ONIOK BAR
4734 Spring Groc Ac. Cincinnati, O.
i--.... --.-.......-.. 4
All Brands of Wne ud Wlislty in Bond 10 Cents
Telephone Canal 4242
THE CENTRAL CAFE
H.W.McQuctten
Leading Brands of Cigars
510 'entra' 'venue Cincinnati O.
Telephone West 1559-R.
H. B. MAYHAUS
DEALER IN
Fashionable Footwear
N. E. Cor. Seventh and Linn CINCINNATI, 0.
All the Latest Fashions l.i Sheet Alters on Hand.
GEORGE A. STENGER'S
CAFE
Phone, Canal 5627-X 1918 Dunlap St.
j FINE WINES and LIQUORS
New Transfer
Exchange and Cafe
Clark and Freeman
ADAM GROPPENBACHER, Proprietor
Phone. Canal 4658-L
CHRIST. SACHS'
CAFE
j 121 Elder St. CINCINNATI, 0. j
! Hall for Meeting Parties end Weddings
Reichrath's Park
Free Cabaret and Dancing
Every Night
Meals a la Carte Phone, Park 230
VIADUCT CAFE
A. WURST, Proprietor
DEALER IN
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
STRICTLY UNION GOODS
4000 Spring Grove Are., Cunmiostille, Cincinnati, 0
. .-... 4
HigU-Grade Old Whiskies Direct Out of
U. S. Bonded Warehouse
Imported sod Domeetic Wines and Cifars
Telephone, Park 592
JOHN SEIWERT
Sample Room and Restaurant
3944 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati, O.
ItERBFRT SQUARE ON THE VI VOUCT
The Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars on the JIarket
Ladies' and Gents' Dining Room
CABINET CAFE
FRED SHALES, Proprif tor
n. -....... " vt ion 9. 1?
lLULniU.1L V.A-1tLe - j
No. 4 and 6 E. Court St., Cincinnati, 0. I
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JOHN O. KOLDE. CAFE
Sprier Grove Are. end Clambers St., Cincinnati.
Clark St. Can stop at the door. Tel., Park 366-R
HEADQUARTERS: lone Star Mutual; Coosetown
Smokers' Casino; Tuentr-lhird Mutual Aid; Deutscher
Caertner Unt.-lfereln; Frosoerlly Mutual Aid Society;
Voraatrtt Uot.-reriln; Senate Base Ball Club; Em
ployes' Prol. Ass'n of the Haien Malleable Casting Co.
O -
THE HOME OF THE DOLLAR-A-BOX FLOWERS
Phones; Canal 920, Canal 027
Tromey's Flower Shop
921 VINE ST. Court and Vine St.
Branch Store: 1713 Vine St.
Tlione Canal 1120 Will Semi You Right
C
J. 0. HASEMEIER Established 1882 FRED. STREICHER
J.D.HASEMEIER&CO.
House, Sign and Decorative
PAINTERS
lull Jobn St. (betw. Liberty and Oliver)
J
Phone West 3B0O
CINCINNATI, O.

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