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THE LABOR ADVOCATE
ANDERSON APPOINTED
'J'hos. K. Anderson.
Thomas E. Anderson permanently ap
pointed plumbing inspector in the city
building department at $1,400 a year;
was provisional appointee and passed
competitive examination.
J. J. ENNEKING
Successor to Max Rudolph
js? FLORIST jz
Phone, Canal ?73
11 W. 12th Street CINCINNATI, O.
MAI SALZER, Manager
MEATS and POULTRY
The Marchmann Grocery
"The Store of Quality"
FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS
Telephones, Hallsonvllle 329, 330
5916 and 5918 Madison Road, Madiionville
Get your Kodaks and Films from
OTTO KATZ
DRUGGIST
S. W. Corner Vine 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"
ART MUSEUM
EDEN PARK
Saturdays, D a. m. to 5 : 30 p. m., Free.
Sundays, 1 to 5 p. m., 10c.; other
days, 0 to 5 :30,25c.
F. BUSSE, Pns. and Trail. M. OANZIQER (Ica-Prii.
JOHN F. GOULD Sec'y.
The United States Varnish Co.
MANUFACTURERS FINEST VARNISHES
2616-2618 Coleraln Ave.
Phone Weit 3S9 CINCINNATI, O.
Emy'Grade and Variety of Funeral Furnishings
WALTER H. STREIBIG
FUNERAL DIRECTOR &&'
N. E. Corner Walnut and liberty Sti.
Phone Canal 1797 CINCINNATI, O.
LEARN
uAUT0
BUSINESS
Y. M.C. A.
AUTO SCHOOL
Commended by leading experts of
country as complote and thor
ough. Instructors are skilled auto
engineers. Latest electrical
equipment and ignition systems.
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
Cut Out and Ma" for Catalog.
Name . . ,
Address
Y.M.C.A.
Seventh and
Walnuti
CINCINNATI, O.
I THIS
WILSON LEAGUE
IS ORGANIZED
W. A. Jtiliim 1h Chosen As Hcnil of
the Organization.
The Woodrow Wilson league was or
ganized Thursday noon at the Hotel
Gibson with W. A. Julian as chairman
and Frank L. Pfaff as secretary and
treasurer. Among the business and pro
fessional men enrolled were: W. A.
Jiiliam, Morris J. Freiberg, Chas. E. Roth
Judson Harmon, George E. Marklcy,
John H. Allen, Frank A. Vorjahan,
Frank L. Pfaff, John Mueller, Sig. Frei
berg, Albert G. Muhlhauscr, Ernest
Weachtcr, L. C. Twachtman, Edgar
Cummins, Edw. F. Romer, Thomas J.
Corcoran, C. J. Ncare, Win. Sullivan,
Alfrr-il Rpttmnn C T Vnttlnr T T CI:
henton Lawson, George W. Harris, Edw.
iuuiviinii, Marry li. i-razer, Win. L.
nenham. Edw. J. Dempsey, M. F. Roben-
alt. M F. Cnilflintn W I? Tfxntinir Tr.lin
A. Franz, John E. Bruce, Edw. M.' Hur
ley, josepn ivi. kicc, i nomas J. Logan,
J. J. Croslcy, Samuel Li. Hammcl, Henry
ivi. miuei, miuoipn icrn, wenry Hater,
S. Marcus, Fcchhcimer, John Nichols, A.
M. Peck, George W. Hill. Charles H.
Datcr, Herman Duhmc, Ben B. Dale,
John Merland, Alfred M. Cohen, M. J.
Ryan, Thos. II. Kelly, F. C. Wright.
IXGKKASlif OF 50 CKNTS A DAY.
San Francisco. The threatened strike
of the unions affiliated with the Pacific
Coast Maritime Builders' Council was
averted when the unions voted to accent
the compromise offer from the Master
bhiprights Association of $4.50 per day
on all work, which is an increase of 50
cents a day over the old scale.
Some weeks ago the unions asked for
ffj per day on new work. This was re
fused by the employers, who offered
$1.50 per day, but demanded that the un
ions eliminate the clause in the aerce
tnent restricting the number of appren
tices, fins was rejected by the unions.
When the union men met to take a
strike vote the employers submitted an
other oner of $4.50 per day and con
senlcd to keep in the agreement the
section restricting the number of ap
prentices.
This agreement was accepted by the
unions. The men will continue to re
ceive $4.50 per day on old work and will
at once get the increase of -30 cents a
day on new work. About 700 men are
affected by the wage increase.
STOGIE MAKERS STRIKE..
Bellairc, Ohio. About 300 stogie mak
ers employed in fifteen factories in
Bcthcsda, the stogie town about twenty
miles west of here, are on strike. The
stogie makers there arc composed of
boys, girls, women and men, and have
never been organized. Recently they had
a get-together movement and demanded
an increase of twenty-five cents on the
1,000 stogies. This was refused by the
manufacturers and tlic strike resulted, jt
being the first strike ever to occur in
that town. Just what the outcome of the
strike will be cannot be foretold. How
ever, there is a possibility that the stogie
makers will affiliate themselves with the
recognized union, in which case they
are bound to win out,
Amonc others, the "Sterling Big Ha-
vanas," which the local Stogie Makers'
union is fighting because of their being
non-union, are made in Bcthcsda. The
Sterling factory employes arc out with
the others.
CITN RAIT; PROFIT AS AVAGK
ROOST ARGUMENT.
r".nttn.n.-i.1 fil-ili-i OflRinlc nf flip r.n.I-
wii vv;iuuit vvtiiv, vuivimij w - . ..
way brotherhoods today pointed to the
recent annual siaiemems ui i am uaus
fn,1n,r ne "clinwitlfr MoHflv tlmt tllP mil-
roads are well able to pay the increased
wages resulting irom me nuamson iaw,
"JEWS PERSECUTED."
According to an article in the Tagc
blatt, a New York Yiddish daily, Jews
are cruelly treated in Germany, and one
of them, just returned from that coun
try, claims Jews are not permitted to
own horses ; arc forced to work for one
franc a day and their daughters arc
compelled to work in fields or factories
without recompense.
Working Men's Sale
Russia Tan and Gunmctal, llutton and Lace.
Newest and Comfytocs 5RS 1Q
$3 00 value q&. i S7
ThU Week's Special
PEOPLES SHOE CO. "ftiEiKr1
Open evenings for convenience of the work
ing men-
Phone, Canal 532 Decorations a Specialty
Orden Promptly Filled
JAS. O'MALLEY
...FLORIST...
Choice Cut Flowers Floral Designs
604 WALNUT STREET
Bet. Sixth and Seventh Sts. CINCINNATI, O.
P. BUSCHMANN
3941 SPRING GROVE AVE.
FULL LINE OF
Union Made Shoes
Also a Full Line of SCHOOL SHOES
Contracting Firms Who
are Fair to Union Labor
ART GLASS WORK.
Contracting Firms KmploylnK Mem
bers of Art Glnss Workers'
Union No. 9.
Anchor Art Glass Co., 421 Elm st.
Cincinnati Art Glass Co., 430 Oliver st.
Hcckcrmann, F. W. & Co., Murdock BuildinR.
Rlordan, O. C. & Co., Walnut St., between Third
and Fourth.
Ruckcl Art Glass Co., Fugh Bldg.
ASBESTOS WORK.
Contractors Who Employ Union
Asbestos Workers.
Armstrong Cork Co., Third and Main sis.
E. C. Wulfcck, Jr., 331 W. Third St.
Johns-Manvillc, II. W. Co., of New York, 605
Provident Bank Bldg.
Kcasbey & Matrison Co., 528 Main st.
Kramig, R. E. & Co., Eighth and Eggleston ave.
BRICKLAYING.
Contractors Who Employ Union
Hodcnrrlcrs and Building
Iinborcrs.
Applegate, Sherman, Glenmorc and Hulbert
aves.
Apcslolf Bros., 440 Armory ave.
Huechc, L., 1107 Dates ave.
Brooks & Hall, Hcrschcll ave., Hyde Park.
Raker, G. W., 427 Delta ave.
Hell, A., Bcvis,avc.
Ilritt, Wm., 1551 Garrard St., CovinRton.
Britt, M. S 144.J2. Sixteenth St., Covington.
Bywaters, A 408 S. Mill St., Lockland, O.
flcll & Leonard.
Carr, John, 750 Richmond st.
Cornctle, George, Madisonville, O.
Clark, A. II., No. 17 Builders' Exchange.
Erd, Wm., Glcnparkcr ave.
Flack, Theodore, 2140 Storrs st.
Fuerst, Robt., 5D22 Seminole.
Foltz, Frank, 035 York st.
Green, W. T., East Pearl St.
Huer, William, 1744 Harrison ave.
Hubcr, Andy, Norwood, O.
Ilucrmann, II 2823 Zeltncr St.
House Ilros., 2235 Symmes st.
Hitzmann, August, 2507 Spring "Grove ave,
Hcsterberg, J No. 77 Builders' Exchange.
Helman & Hamcn, 033 Reave st.
Hazcn, II. C, Contracting Co., 2070 Reading rd.
Jaehnk, 434 W. McMickcn ave. .
Harig Co., Room 48, 31 E. Fourth St.
Jacob, II. B., Loth and Mulberry sts.
Jones, Geo., 1019 E. McMillan st.
Jewel & Son, John, 1012 Hopple st.
Jeyncs, James, 030 Shillito st.
Kieley & McDermott, No. 70 Builders' Ex
change. Larson, Fred, Emming st.
Lautcrback, Chas., 701 Scdam st.
Luckey & Wcrks, 3S27 Colerain ave.
McGarvey & Co., 007 Gcrkc Bldg.
McDermott, J., No. 0 Builders' Exchange.
Mason, Geo., Builders' and Traders' Exchange.
Messerschmidt, John, 1043 W. Liberty st.
Maynard, Joe, 414 W. Fourth st., Newport, Ky.
Maynard, Archie C, 911 Boone, st, Newport.
Moore, Chas., 735 Considinc ave., Price Hill.
Nitterhousc, F. A Milford, O.
Piatt & Dickcrson, Lawrenceburg, Ind.
Peters, Chas., Dayton, Ky.
Roach & Bruncr, 009 Johnston Bldg.
Rinck, Chas. & Bro., 2409 Spring Grove ave.
Rickter, John F 929 Dayton St.
Ross, E., 711 Fifth ave., Bcllevue, Ky.
Ross, James & Sons, Bcllevue, Ky.
Schulte, Aug.
Stekclman & Son, II.
Singer, John, Lockland, O.
Shribcr, Chas., Miller's lane, Ft. Thomas.
Stickscl, Nicholas V., 3207 Epworth ave., West
wood .
Sweet, Geo. G., Camp Dennison, O.
Thompson, Oliver & Sons, Newport, Ky.
Wahoff & Tcnocver, 842 Betts st.
WaholT, Steve.
Wclst, A., 288 Ludlow ave.
Walker, Wm. C, Flat 1, Harris Bldg., Norwood.
Ware, W. II., Eighth and Monmouth, Newport.
Wittc, Albert, 047 Crown St., Walnut Hills.
H. J. CONKLINQ, Sewer Pipe, Fire Brick,
Plaster and Lime. Office and yards, Gilbert
ave. and Court sf. 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. Maeschcr & Co., 017 Reading rd.
Marcus liuilding Co.
Huber, Jacob Co.
Fcrro Constuction Co.
Frank Hill Smith Construction Co.
Roach-Bruncr Co.
Ohio Building Co.
B. Gahl, of the N. C. C. Cement Co.
J. Glassmycr.
Edw. Schmcrr.
Fred Meier, 8141 Reading rd.
E. E. Lampkin, Grandin rd. and Crescent ave.
COMPOSITION ROOFING.
Contractors Employing Members of
Composition Hoofers' Union.
Brccse Bros. & Co., 1000 Reading rd.
Cincinnati Roofing Co., 010 Sycamore st.
John T. Dalton, 401 Mercantile Library Bldg.
11. F. Gatch, 509 Madison ave., Covington, Ky.
HARKNESS & TOWLER CO., Galvanizing Iron
Cornice Works, also Manufacturers of As
phalt and Composition Roofs. Repairs a
Specialty. 1002, 1004 Providence St. Phone,
West 3545.
Thorburn & Trunnell, 1421 Walnut sf.
Singleton, Ruffncr & Co., Eighth and Tlum sts.
F. C. Oop & Son, 1012 Freeman ave.
II. W. Johns-Manville Co., 054 Main St.
Witt & Blown. 315 W. Third st.
ELECTRICAL WORK.
Contractors Employing Members of
Electrical Workers' Union.
Aull, Chas., 1127 Carson ave.. Price Hill.
Adam? Electric Co., 140 E. Court st.
Bcattie Electric Co., 324 E. Fourth St.
Becker, Albert & Son, 8 W. Sixth St.
Beltzhoovcr Electric Co., 121 E. Court st.
Bccrman Electric Co., Latonia, Ky.
Brown Electric Co., 828 Main st.
THE DEVERE ELECTRIC COMPANY, Elcctri
cal Contractors. Dealers in Electrical Sup
plies. Motors, Fixtures and Telephones. 234
W. Fourth st. Phones, Main 3014 and Main
3G46.
Ertcl Light Co., 420 W. Fourth st.
Enghauscr, Edgar, 034 Harris ave., Price Hill.
link.. A. L. & Co., 2S15 Woodburn ave.. Walnut
inns.
Fischer Bros. Co., 1040 Madison ave., Coving'
ton, Ky.
Gem Electric Co., 120 W. Second sr.
Gleason, T. J., 004 Central ave., Newport, Ky.
Grosshcim Bros., 1213 Vine st.
Herschede Electric Co., Provident Bank Bldg.
Home Electric Co., 027 Monmouth St., Newport,
Ky.
Kclley Electric Co., 427 Elm St.
Ohio Electric Co., 1547 Cutter St.
Portor Co., 808 Lyric Bldg.
Queen City Electric Co., 347 E. Third St.
Rcuter, Wm. G., 34 E. Sixth st.
Richtcr Electrical Co., 332 W. Fourth st.
Ritrer, Wm., 55 Main St.
Rugg Electric Co., 828 Main st.
Schopper, Fred D., 512 Race St.
Schmittker, Ed E., 2010 Courtland ave.. Nor
wood, O.
Schuster Electric Co., 2109 McLean ave.
Spellman, E. C, 232 E. Sixth st.
United Light Co., 241 W. Fourth sf.
Wottiz, A., 1400 Linn st.
Wolf Electric Co., 132 E. Third St.
ELECTRICAL SIGN'S. ,
Federal Sign Co.
Novelty Sign Co.
Quchl Sign Co.
GLAZING.
Contractors Employing Union
GInzicrs.
Cincinnati Plate Glass Co., 108 W. Second st.
Glcnny Glass Co., Wm., 10-10 W. Commerce st.
Neuer Co., Dave, 1010 Main st.
Neuer Glass Co., H 518 Reading rd.
Pittsburg Plate Glass Co., Court and Broadway.
Queen City Glazing Co., 914 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 Duildcrs. Underwriters' Ap
proved Fire Doors. 2070-2074 Reading rd.
Phone, North 3441.
Lang, Wm. & Sons Co.
Marcus Building Co.
Potthoff Co.
Schreiber, L. & Sons Co.
Southern Ohio Iron Works.
Union Erection Co. (Henry Wittman).
MOSAIC, GRANITE, TERRAZO
WORK.
Contractors Employing Members of
Mosaic, Granite, Terazzo Layer
and Helpers' Union.
J. Maurell & Co., 512 E. Eighth St.
PAINTING AND DECORATING.
Contractors Employing Union Paint
ers, Decorators, Paper Hang
ers and Sign Writers.
PAINTERS AX1) HECOIIATOKS.
CINCINNATI.
Ackcrmann. Thil, 3035 W. Eighth St.
Acree, C. S., 522 Main st.
AfTelhoy, Wm., 1412 John st.
Allhaud, C, 003 State ave.
Beckman, Hy 1527 Moore St.
Berl, D. & Co., 1030 Poplar st.
Bertling Bros. & Co., 831 W. Sixth st.
Bertram, Jake, Winton rd.
Bertram, Phil, 2109 Freeman ave.
Borden, R. C, 1717 Central ave.
Bolce & Son, Henry, 3554 Michigan ave.
Borbely, Andrew, 2S09 Marshall ave.
Boyle Sr Co., E. F 1043 Cutter st.
Burkctf & Kenncy, 040 Prospect place.
Brammer, J., 4318 Thirty-second St., Oakley.
Behrens Co., The Wm. F 113 Garfield place.
Burke, E., Painting Co., 2104 Gilbert ave.
Boclicke, Otto, 225 Shillito st.
Ilrachmeier & Co., Ed A., 3003 Sidney ave.
Bradley & Sons, Geo. A., 3S1S Spring Grove ave.
Brasher, Jos., 1541 Glenparker ave.
Brims, Hy., 1772 Townsend st.
Buhr, J. II., 2010 University court.
Christie & Co., O. J., Silverton, O.
Courtot, M., 4158 Pittc ave.
Cook, Harry T., 314- E. Sixth St.
Deck, John, 2840 Henshaw ave.
Drake, II. A., California, O.
Dixon, F. M., 2034 Madison rd.
Dalrymple & Youngbluth, 4715 Wilmer St., Lin
wood. Dickmcyer, Henry, 3227 Colerain ave.
Decker Painting Co., 1200 Harrison ave.
Dunn & Page, Mt. Washington.
(Continued on page 10)
C. A. KUHR
BUTTER AND EGGS
Wholetale and Retail
1442 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Phone, Canal 2189
S-
hS
Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes !
1'jione, I'aek 122G
GUS. CAFE
Opp. Cb.it.rP.rt GUS. BECKENHAUPT, Prop.
Summer Garden
UNION DAK
4734 Spring Grove Ave. Cincinnati, O.
Made by your friends
Lau'ery Club Cigars
and
Cuban 5's Cigars
The Cuban Cigar Co.. Ill E. 6th St.
Telephone West 1S59-R.
H. B. MAYHAUS
DEALER IN
Fashionable Footwear
N. E. Cor. Seventh and Linn CINCINNATI, 0.
All the Latest Fashions In Shoes Alnrayi on Hand.
GEORGE A. STENGER'S
CAFE
t Ptone, Canal 5627-X 1918 Dunlap St.
FINE WINES and LIQUORS
New Transfer
Exchange and Cafe
Clark and Freeman
ADAM GROPPENBACHER, Proprietor
Phone, Canal 4658-L
CHRIST. SACHS'
CAFE
121 Elder St. CINCINNATI, 0. i
Hall lor Meetiati, Pirties tnl Wtddinn
Reichrath's Park
Free Cabaret and Dancing
Every Night
Meals a la Carte
Phone, Park 230
VIADUCT CAFE
A. WURST, Proprietor
DEALER IN
Fine Winei, Liquors and Cigars
STRICTLY UNION GOOPS
4000 Spring Grove Ate., Cmnmasnlk. Cincinnati, 0
High-Grade Old Whiskies Dhrect Out of
U.- S. Bonded Warehouse
Imported aod Domestic Wines and Cigars
Telephone, Park 592
JOHN SEIWERT
Sample Room and Restaurant
id 3nrln Ornvn Ave.. Cincinnati. O.
itFBRFtiT SOU ABE ON THE VIADUCT i
i......
The Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars on the Market
Ladies' and Gents' Dining Room
CABINET CAFE
FRED SHALES, Proprl:tor
Telephone, Canal 1293-R
No. 4 and 6 E. Court St., Cincinnati, 0.
JOHN G. KOLDE, CAFE
Sprint Grore Are. and Cnambers St., Cincinnati.
Clark St. Cart stop at the door. Tel., Park 366-R
HEADQUARTERS: lone Star Mutual! Coositown
Smokers' Casino; Twentr-lhlrd Mutual Aid: Deutscher
Gaertntr Unt.-rinlit; Prosperity Mutual ld Society;
forwstrlt Unt.-Verein: Stnate Base Ball Club; Em
ployes' Prot. (ss'n of the Haven Malleable Casting Co.
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THE HOME OF THE DOtUR-t-BOX FLOWERS
Phones: Canal 020, Canal 027
Tromey's Flower Shop
921 VINE ST. Conrt and Vine Sts.
Branch Store: 1713 Vine St.
Thone Canal 1420 Will Seme You Hljhl
O-
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J. D. H1SEMEIER Established 1882 FRED. STREICHER
J.D.HASEMEIER&CO.
House, Sign and Decorative
PAINTERS
1611 Jonn St. (belw. Libertr and Oliver)
Phone West 3900 CINCINNATI, O.

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