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THE LABOR ADVOCATE
KQUAIj l'AV KOK WOMKX.
Long Branch. N. J. Henry Ford has
accepted the theory of equal pay for
v women, which lias been so consistently
urged by the trade union movement.
The automobile manufacturer called on
! President Wilson this week and after
wards issued the following statement:
"I had the pleasure to inform Presi
dent Wilson this afternoon that I had
established the women workers of my
plant at Detroit and in the branch fac
tories in other cities, upon a pay equal
ity with the men workers. I took this
step following my conference with the
president more than two weeks ago, and
I did so because of the inspiring talk I
had with Mr. Wilson on the forward
;, movement among womankind. This
I principle is now in operation and 1
look forward with complete confidence
to its vindication."
I Upward of 1,500 women are employed
in the Ford plants. Since October 10,
Mr. Ford explained to the president,
these women have been receiving a
minimum wage of $! a day.
Washington. George I Drysdalc,
treasurer of the Arizona & New Mexico
Railway company, has solved the educa
tional problem. In an address to the
Society of Railway Financial Officers he
stated that nearly all the employes of
his company were Mexicans who could
not read or write and that the thumb
print method was the only means of
getting receipt for wages paid, lie said
tliis system of giving receipts could be,
introduced into the financial systems of I
the larger roads. I
COR. RACE AND ELDER STS.
Dry Goods, Notions
ings and Shoes
GREATEST AMERICAN RECORDS
In Teaching Expert Shorthand and in Training and placing Students
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OUIt MOW KnirUFIKD KIIOItTIIAM) IS "WHY."
WILLIAMS' SHORTHAND SCHOOL.
There Is a Great Scarcity
Tlutt tlicic is a srarelly of
rcciiiilcd by business men mill all who make It a prnetice to
supply business linns ultli ollice help.
Tills lai'l ti'iii(ics tin) last rstiuo of doubt you may liave
about Ki'lll" " position alter enmplelliif; a Short liniiil and
HookkeepiiiK ('nurse, leaving only the iies(iou, "Can you hold
a nooil position after you net it?"
VOI' (W.N if you Kniduate from (lie Mueller School, because
.Mueller students are thoroughly instructed and trained. They
liae the reputation for dolii the must hlgh-radc work, and
are lreiiienlly preferred above all other applicants.
Ilelter see us at once rcimlln a course, since the sooner
you Im'kIii the sooner you will have a p,ooil paying position.
Come In and inspect a list of the calls we hae received re
cently lor ollice help. Illustrated cnlnlon for (he asking.
Mueller School of Business
COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE BLDG., 528 WALNUT STREET
The Accredited Commercial School of Cincinnati
OFrCRS COURSES IN
Plumlmicnnd (ia 1'ittiiiK
Carpentry and Mcthauic.il Drawing
Automobile l)riinn and Repair.
ISricklaying, PlasterinR and Cement Work
Tailoring and Power Machine Operation
btiamhtnnK and janitor I.tiKiuccnuK
BO H DAY AND EVENING CLASSES.
Telephone Welt 2168
XOXUXIOX FIHMS TAIIOOHI).
Wilmington, Del. liccausc they ob
jected to Jiaudling work of nonunion
companies, machinists in the employ of
the Modern Machinery company went
on strike. Thcy say that they were re
fused an interview with R. W. Bond,
manager of the company.
"No money is involved in this strike,"
said one of the strikers. "It is merely
a matter of principle." It is asserted that
the company docs work for two non
IjAW Wllib IIK KXKOItCKI).
Dover, Del. When Mrs. Bessie Belts
was brought into court, charged with
violation of the fi4-liour law, she pleaded
guilty. Judge HeiscI, addressing Mrs.
Betts, said : "As this is the first offense
of this law in Kent county, and on
recommendation of the grand jury, the
court proposes to parole you, but gives
notice that so long as this law remains
on the statute books, it will be enforced,
and rigidly enforced, throughout the
KfiKOKIGIAXS OX STIIIKK.
Salt Lake City, Utah. The Electrical
Workers' union presented a demand to
the employers for recognition of the
union, eight hours and a slight increase
in wages. The request was refused and
the men ceased work to enforce their de
mands. President Lanchctt of the Inter-
mountain Flcctric company is attempt-
nig to secure strike-breakers to take the
place of the men out. Practically every
firm in the city is involved.
Crown Tailoring Co.
1309 VINE ST.
BRANCH STORE BRIGHTON
Opn Every Evening
60 Hollittcr St., Mt. Auburn
sli-iiogrimlici's nnd bookkeepers is
724 W. bth St.,
THE FOLLOWING TRADES!
Domestic Science and Household Arts
Millinery and Fancy Needle Work
new in; and Dressmaking
r.UKhkh Courses Supplement
All Trade Work
upon application t'.'
W. L. RICKS, Supt.
The Labor Advocate
20-21 Thorns Building.
President and Business Agent Jos. A.
Cullen, 20 E. Twelfth st. Telephone,
Vice-President Phil. Fischer.
Recording Secretary, Phil Gasdorf.
Amalgamated Glass Workers, No. 9.
Meets 1st and 3d Fridays at 114 E. Court st.
President, Geo. Rech.
Secretary, Harry James.
Asbestos Workers' Union No. 8.
Meets every Tuesday at 1313 Vine St.
Vresident, Chas. Cassidy.
Secretary, Wm. Cook, 111 Flndlay St.
Business Agent, John L. Owens, SS74
Kemper lane. Phone, Canal 1154.
Bridge & Structural Iron Workers,
Meets every Monday at Central Turner Hall,
1407 Walnut St.
President, James McCollouRh.
Business Agent, James Davis, 29 F.. Twelfth
st. Phone, Canal 1800.
Secretary, Beit Wagner.
Cement Workers No. 524.
Meets 1st and Jd Tuesdays at Workmen's
Hall, 1318 Walnut st.
Corresponding Secretary and Business Agent,
Jos. Nolde, 29 Halt Twelfth st. Phone Canal
Composition and Aspliult Hoofers,
Meets 1st and 3d Wednesday at 1313 Vine.
Secretary, Wm. B. Jackson, 428 W. Sixth st.
Electrical Workers No. 212.
Meets every Wednesday at ISIS Vine st.
President, J. 41. Smith.
Recording Secretary, W. B. Slater, 8665
Trevor pi., North Fairmount.
Business Agent, Jos. Cullen; Office 29 E.
Twelfth at. Phone, Canal I860.
Fresco Painters' Union No. 13.
Meets 1st and 3d Saturdays at 1822 Vine St.
President, Charles Marx.
Recording Secretary, John Mallos, 1605 Vine.
Financial Secretary, J. B. Schroeder.
Glaziers' Union No. K87.
Meets every Tuesday at Central Turner Hall.
President, Oscar Sunker.
Secretary, Al Fetdmap, Central Turner Hall.
Hardwood Finishers' Union, 83G.
Meets 1st nnd 3d Wednesdays at Central
Turner Hall, 1407 Walnut sr.
President, Ben Bruns.
Secretary, Fred J. Dreyer, 2SS0 Clifton are.
Hodcarriers' District Council.
Meets 1st and 3d Fridays at 131 Walnut st.
President, Robert Price.
Secretary, Philip Smith, 1717 Hughes st.
Business ARent, W. T. Jackson, 29 E.
Twelfth st. Phone. Canal 1800.
Hodcarriers' nnd Building Laborers'
Union No. 119.
Meets eveiy Tuesday at 1318 Walnut St.
President, John W. Floyd.
Business Agent. W. W. Cordell, 29 E.
Twelfth st. Phone, Canal 1800; Residence
Phone, North 4338
llodoarriers" Union No. 127.
Meets 2d and 4th Fridays at Harvey and
Russell sts , Covington.
President, Martin Haggard. , '
Secretary, Philip Smith, 1717 Hughes St.,
Meets every Wednesday at 114 K. Court st.
Secntary, Hoj Herbert, 420 Clark st. Phone,
West 30.10 I..
Business Afient, Roy Herhrrt. 29 F.. Twelfth
si. Phone, Canal 1800.
Lnthers' Union No. 47.
Meets pwry Wednesday nt Workman's Hall,
i:il8 Walnut st.
President, Charles Case.
Secretary, Harry Htiher.
Ilusiness Agenr, Hdw. I.ane.
sr. Phone, Canal 1800.
29 T.. Twelfth
Marble Workers' Union No. 28.
Meets 2d and 4th Tuesdays at 1318 Walnut.
Presided., Joseph Foster.
Secretary, A. J. Streatch, 741 Riclu.iond st.
Mosaic Granlte-Terra..o Layers and
Helpers' Union No. 11531.
Meets ad and 4th Tuesdats at 1318 Walnut.
President, Dante Hertoncini.
.Secrctar), Carlo Itossi, 1841 Martin st.
Ilusiness Agent, Dante Rertnncini, 981 Pa
Brotherhood of Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators of America.
Meets every Monda at s e. cor. Ninth and
President, Jos. T. Humphries.
Financial Secretary, Al Oster.
Corresponding Secretary, Oscar Matthews,
Ml W. Ninth st.
Ilusiness Agents, Robt. Sickman, James
Johnson and Samuel Kell), 20 E. Twelfth
t. Phone, Canal 1800.
Phone Canal 5511
Financial Secretary and Treasurer
Warden Jas. McHale.
Sergeant-at-Arms Geo. Koch.
Trustees Thos. Anderson,
Hcckcr and Ed Conners.
Local No. 88G.
Meets 1st and 3d Wednesdays at Warsaw
ave. and Wells, Price Hill.
President, Wm. Hinton.
Secretary,- C. E. Simonson, S524 Warsaw v.
Local Union No. SO.
Meets every Friday at s. e. cor. Ninth and
President, R. H. Siekmann.
Secrctar), F. G. Hummel, 017 Gear at.
Local Union No. 308.
' Meets every Wednesday at Central Turner
President, Jos. Campbell.
Secretary, Edw. Hammond.
Local Union No. 13 (Fresco
Meets 1st and 3d Tuesdays at 1322 Vine st.
President, L. II. Stitzcl.
Secretary, Chas. Hellmuth.
Local Union No. 224 (Sign Writers)
Meets 2d and 4th Fridas at Odd Fellows'
President, Ed. Macke.
Secretary, E. L. Trenary, 2484 Seegar ave.
Local No. 387 (Glaziers).
Meets every Tuesday at Central Turner Hall.
I'rcsident, Wm. Robb.
Secretary, Al Feldman, Central Turner Hall.
Local Union No, 553 (Taper
Meets every Friday at 802 Main -t.
President, John Clements.
Secretary, Alex Young, 802 Main st.
Local Union No. 238 (Covington).
Meets every Thursday at Workmen's Hall,
139 Pike St., Covington.
President, Sam Kelly."
Secretary, J. A. Smith, 192 H. Thirteenth
St., Covington, K.
Locnl Union No. 251 (Newport).
Meets every Tuesday at n. w. cor. Tenth and
Ann sts., Newport.
President, Walter M. Bj ram.
Charles Brauch, 331 W. Eighth st., New
Plasterers' Association No, 1.
Meets every Monday at n. w, cor. Fifth and
Plumbers and Gasllttcrs No, 50.
Meets 2d anil 4lh Thursdays at Rutterman
President, Frank Tweedie.
Business Agent, Pat Ilorgan, 20 K,
Turd fill it.
Sheet Metal Workers' Local No. 284
Micts 1st and 3d Fridays at Vine and Mer
President, John Link, 1020 Dayton St.
Secretary, A. L. Brooks. 0130 Prentice st.
Sheet Metal Workers No. 34G.
Meets 2d and 4th Fridays at 2102 Central
Prisident, Lawrence McGill, 2120 Vine St.
Secretary, Henry Wahl, 2546 Fairview ave.
Sheet, Metal Workers No. 72.
Meets 2d and 4th Mondays at 130 Pike st.,
President, George Rice, 1124 Banklick St.,
Secretary, Chas. Whitcomb, 633 Main St.,
Sheet Metal Workers Xo. 1-11.
Meets every Mn,nda) at s. w. cor. Twelfth
and Walnut sts.
"President, Fred Hock, 20 I".. Twelfth st.
Recording Secretary, Matt Enyart, 008
Iliisincsi Agent, Harry Horsey, 20 I'.ast
Siii Writers' Union No. 221.
.Meets 2d and 4th Fridays at Odd Fellows'
President, J, Mack.
Secretary, K. L. Trenary, 2484 Seegar ave.
Ilusiness Agent, Charles I. oh ram. 29 1"..
Twelfth st. Phone, Canal I860.
Steamfltters' and Helpers' Associate
(U. A.), No. 392.
Meets 1st snd 3d Fridays at Cosmopolitan
President, Thos, Collna.
Secretary & Business Agent, Philip Fischer,
20 K. Twelfth st. Phone. Canal 1800.
Meets 1st and 3d Tuesdays at s. w. cor.
Twelfth and Walnut srs.
Secretary, Jas. V.. Stockton, 3710 Follette
Tile layers' Union.
Meets 1st and 3d Fridays st s. w. cor.
Twelfth and Walnut sts.
Secretary, lohn O'Connor. 736 E. Sixth st
Ilusiness Agent, Oscar Pinkerton, Route
28, Newport, Ky. Phone, Highland
End of Beautiful Elberon
Ave. Car Line
The Place for
Cabaret Every Evening
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
S. W. Cor. 13th and Reading Road
Phone, Canal 4656-X Cincinnati, O.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars
The North Side
Chas. Schneider's Place
4183 HAMILTON AVE., Neir Cb.se Ave.
Phone, Park 365-X CINCINNATI, O.
Transfer lo and (mm College Hill at the Door
Telephone, Canal 731
1219 Main Street Cincinnati, Ohio
Hot and Cold Lunch All Dr Short Orders
Merchants Dinner Lunch from 11 to 2 20c
"HAP" and "BEN'S"
All Bonded Whiskies 10c Evirjlhlng Strictly Union
637 Vine SI. Phone, C: nil 333S - Cincinnati, 0.
Afen 's Women ' Children '
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK
Excluiive Noveltiet for
Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats
Made To Your Individual Meature
Union Made $15 Union Made
631 CENTRAL AVE.
Hamilton, (O.) Store, 235 Court St.
Tel. Canal 1135-R Out of the high rent zone
Liberty Tailoring Co.
M. POLAKOFF, Prop.
Merchant Tailor, also Jobber in Woolens
We Make Suits to Order from $15 up
Pants two pair for $5.50 and up
1634 VINE ST. CINCINNATI, O.
234 W. 5th
Banner Lubricating Oil Co.
Wholesaler! and ReUlleri of
OILS, GREASES, GASOLINE, METAL POLISH,
GASOLINE FILLING STATION
1C0G Race St., near Liberty Phone C. 5406
Dr. H. W. UFFMANN
1207 Main St., above T.vclfth
Phone Canal 1068
Hours 3:30 A. M to C P.M. Kvenings anJ
Sunday morningshy appointment.
.A Full Line of Union Made
Boots and Shoes
ALWAYS ON HAND
1056-58 Freeman Avenue
PhoreWetl297-C CINCINNATI, O.
lu or Out?
Ktiicker The campaign issue will be
Bocker But the Prcsi(lent himself
docs not know whether Mexico is an is
sue or an entrance. New York Sun.
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