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THE LABOR ADVOCATE gBED QuaittattntetdUrbriitr. tfn.J4a0.14aO n, , a , K , . J001""1 &tr' Telephone Canal 1869. Cincinnati, O. 'llflli iirm IFS RIM For Good Billiaid and Pocket Billiard Tables, Con Home of "The National" COMPLETE LINE OF BILLIARD SUPPLIES lo Ihe , The National Billiard Manufacturing Co. 20 W. Canal Street, Cincinnati, Ohio CIGAICMAKUItS lll LOW UAC.I Lima, Ohio. In a circular issued by Cignrmahen,' Union No :nn striking cigarmahcrs employed at the Deiscl Wcmmcr factories show the low wanes paid by this concern, which maintains plants in sceral Ohio cities, and manu factures the San Felice, IL1 Verso and other brands. On .-.-cent giades, like San Kelice, women are paid $1.20 pci thousand less iiuui men, aimoi mil lie work ol im.ii women arc packed in the same f . and boxes and sold at the same piii.es Men are paid yi'U) per thousand less than the union scale and women .ff 10 less Com pared wiin tne union scale, men hae a loss of M to SO a week, while women sudcr a loss of $7 and $8 a week On 10-cent goods, like the Kl Verso, the loss is much 'greater in propoition, women getting $.r. per thofisand less than men Packers are paid less than one half the union scale I loins aie 10 pei da, against the eight-hour rule in un ion factories. These workers weie ictcntly .oigan ized When the company awoke to the sentiment for unionization, officials told the employs that "the tobacco would rot in waiehouses" bcfoie the pa of a single einpkne would he raised This opinion w.is revised, howevci, when the woikers began organizing In an effort to stop the union "diie," the pay of women on p.ut of the work was increased. TO UK COXTINUIOI). Washington At President Wilson's direction the Nation-wide investigation into the increased cost of limg will be continued with all possible igoi "Dim niMP iMniicrnv HAMPERED BY MANY RESTRICTIVE LAWS" Vigilance Committee ol Ileal IMnte llxcliangc Plans to Kestore Order Out ol Chaos, Siijs President Heehl. "'I he Cincinnati Heal Estate exchange believes in any building laws that arc necessary for the health and safctj of the people, but there has been such a cluttering up of restrictive laws, ordi nances and regulations that the building industry and real estate progress of the city has been greatly hampered. It is for the purpose of restoring order out of the present chaos of restrictive build ing legislation that the new Vigilance Committee of the Real Estate Exchange has been appointed," said William Itcchl, president of the exchange, Tucsdaj. "We are for better housing, but along sane lines 'Ihe social workeis, who meant well but have had no experience as builders, coupled with politicians who have axes to grind, have made build ing regulations so severe and imprac tical that they have viitually piolubitcd the construction of new tenement-houses. 'Ihe Vigilance committee will co-operate with architects with a view of revising the building code, so as to encourage, rather than prohibit building. We also propose to inaugurate a campaign with lectures and classes in hjgiene, health and lire prevention, to teach the tenants the need of keeping premises clean and orderly." CONTRACTING FIRMS WHO ARE FAIR TO UNION LABOR Continued from page !)) Nitzscher & David, f,31 W. Liberty St. Nolan, n. J 1037 L McMickcn avc. Nicmcs, Henry, 1112 Hamilton avc. Ucenan, llios, 235 C. 'third st. Klcstenbcrg Plumbing Co , Harrison avc. and Ilirnard st, Hyan Plumbing Co , A. J., 415 W. Tourth st. Singer, C , 1540 Hapsburg st. Schuster & Wagner. 1228 Walnut st. Sclnyartz Kr Pern, 2117 W. Highth st. Suttkamp, II. II., 754 Clark st. Schlcmmcr, Kobt , 1709 Linn st. Schullc ISros., Mills ind Allison avc , Norwood Stark, II. J 2010 Vine st. Sclianzcl. H A , 779 K. McMilhn st. Sipplc, Chas , 4050 Hamilton avc. Smilh, M. J, 717 I!roaday. U. S Plumbing Kr Heating Co , 744 W. Court. Vogclpohl S. Co , J J , 4150 Hamilton avc Winner liros , 1230 Vine st. Weber & Co , Louis P., 000 I'recmin avc. West I.nd Plumbing Co , Eighth and Depot sts Wiot, J , 2007 Madison rd. Western Plumbing Co , 1715 Him st. Weiss, Geo, C015 Miin sr , Madisonville. Attlcscv Co , 819 Vine st. Dyer Co , 'I bos J , 'I bird and Walnut sts Jcnikc & ISridgc, 133 K. Ninth st. COVINGTON, KY. Coyne, Jos J , 31 W. Sixth st. Kell, I'd C, 122 Mini st Sheridin, 'lhoiins, 1115 Madison avc NLWPOKT, KY. Mihcr llros , Sixth and Washington avc. Kiclnrds, W-iltcr J , 727 York st. White, W. W. COO York st. r.ioiou I'UMI' A.VI) CAIUIOMC COMPANIES. llishop Ilibcock Co , 225 W. fourth St. Liipiid Cirlionic Co, Second and Central ae. Western Plumbing Co, 1711 Kim St. SHEET METAL WORK. Contractors r.iiiplovlng Members of the Sheet Metul Workers' Union. OUR FRIENDS it KNOW OUR GOOD ASK FOR CIGARS AND CITY HALLS" "ARDELLAS" (two shapes) "KLOECKER'S ROSEBUDS" (MILD CIGAR) HELP US SERVE YOU Kloecker Cigar Co. CANAL 695 CINCINNATI, O. Ap. and I ec W. lleckman, Win , & Son, fifteenth and Bremen. Gibson. K. L . 222 George st. THOMAS I.KII, Minufacturer of Label proved Metil Chtl Pinel Doors. Label proved Hollow Mctillic Windows, Libel proven iinciau lire Doors, kyliglits Koofiug, Dust and Shaving Systems, Dimpcrcd Ventilators 128, 130, 132 hecond st lemon, W. A. 047 W. I'.igbtb st. Witt & Itroun. '1 bird ind Llm sis Meyer, I.d, Him anil Grctn sts Ilirkncss ji Towlcr, I'mdlay ind Providence. Grciwe & Pros, 112S Ilroi(fi. Uollicr & Ilccg, Liberty ind Walnut sts Pruick, A., Stile and South ivcs Kruckcmcer KoofiniJ & Pumice Co , 1410 Plum Kuhlmiu, Geo , 1207 Main st. Kopelcnt. II , 2723 Vine st Iinljiu Stove Store, 417 W. Tifth st. l"reund Koofiug Co , Jacob Keller & Co . L I Kohm-mn, Clns , 1919 Central ac N'cabrcy, Leonard, 017 W. Court st. BILLY SUNDAY "STRUCK OUT" FUKXACnS Imbus Stove Store, 417 W. fifth st. KrucKcmcycr Koohn I'cc,k, Anderson & more sts. ne 1 urnacc Lo Peck Co 1410 rium Court and Syca- IIEATIXG AND VENTILATING. PECK, ANDCRSON & PECK, Engineers, Con tractors and Manufacturers of furnaces, Steam and Hot Water Heating Apparatus, Court and Scamorc sts, Cincinnati, Ohio. Phones, Cainl 23 and 2018. Phillips St Co , 11., 523 W. Eighth St. Williamson Heater Co. KITCHEN EQUIPMENT. John Van Range Co , fifth and Broadway. METAL- CEILINGS. Edw ards Mfg. Co , Tifth and Egglcston ave. Mecr, Edw, Elm and Green sts. I'cck, Anderson & Peck Co., Court and Syca more sts. STEAMFITTING CONTRAC TORS. Employing Members of Local Union Xo. :JU2, United Association of Plumbers, Gnslltters and Steam fitters. Bachlcr, II. L. Cincinnati Heating Co , The. Connors, John, Conncrs, 1'. J. Crane, JI. A , Estate. Douglas Plumbing and Heating Co. Gecrin Pros & Co. Lange, L. A. Love, Picket & Nulsen Co. Morlidge & Co , G. E. Mcjcrs, P. W. Nicmes, Henry. Nicbol Co , '1 fios. J. Peck, Anderson & Peck Co , Court and Sjca more sts Scliulthcis S Son, Michael. Schlcmmcr Co , Oliver. Schultbeis Co , Edw. Vancc-LucUc Co , The. Vogclpohl Co , John J. Winters, frank M. Williamson Heater Co. STONE WORK. Contractors Who mploy Members ol the Journeymen Stone cutters' Union. large, C, 3013 Teffcrson ave. Bucnle, L. C , 3050 Spring Grove avc Carl Bros, 42 Lewis st , Covington, Ky. Dauch, Gregory, 2024 Vaughn St. Gravcson, Win , Sirainei and Tlorcnce ave. Gcisc, Wm , 1807 puccn City ave. Ilenningcr, Jake, Norwood, O Hummcll Building Co, 2029 Spring Grove avc. Imason, 1 1. W., fourteenth and Spring sts , Covington, Ky. Kassclmann, Geo , Oakley avc , Oakley. Kcllingham. II., 1164 Dayton St. Lanlnn, Wm., Brewster ave. and Montgomery pk., Evinston Lawson Composite Stone Co , 3233 Tredonia av. Lang & Co , N. C, 2005 S mmes St. Mcrsch Sons, f , 1017 Wade St. Newport Stone Co , Monmouth St., Newport. Scully Construction Co , Commercial-Tribune Bldg Slcroff, II., 2150 Western ave. Piehgc & Co , II., 1043 Hint st. Wcstlakc Construction Co TILE SETTERS Contractors lOinploj hifi Union Tile Setters. , 002 Main st. , 430 E. Eighth St. t?jrzit&Z wry s A Pleasing Holiday Gift! Graphophones and Records CASH or CREDIT License Curried in Host on Ity Kur prising Majority SiiikIii, 's Work h'nl II" Jinny Inlliieiieed by Desire Vol to Jie Eani;'llst Credit. i...i r 1, IIKUl IUI Eoy & Starr Co Kramig 'I lie Co Martini Tile Co CMAS. L. SHANNON & SONS, 17 E. Canal st I'honcs, Canal 313 anil 314 "I lies for All Purposes Where Tiles Should Be Used." Shirmcr & Co , A., 432 Beading rd. Winston 'I lie Co, T. II. "PROFESSIONS OVERDUE FOR A HOUSECLEANING" Dr. ijaiiilis Delentls I'liysieiaiis and Seores Attorneys. MANY OTHER USEFUL ARTICLES IN FURNITURE, STUVES, FLOOR COVERINGS, Etc, BERGER & CO. 1021-1023 CENTRAL AVE. Open Saturdays until 10 P. M. R. M. TEDTMAN UNION MADE GOODS Merchant Tailor Telephone, Cnnnl I298-R 1413 Vine Street MEAIS TO ORDEH Phono Canal 1202 MOEfUEIN'S BEER Auf Wiedersehen CAFE and RESTAURANT FRED. HOCK, Proprietor The Labor Headquarters of Cincinnati. S. W. Cor. Twelllh and Walnut Sis WM. IRWIN GEO. W. DOHRMAN Samples A Specialty IRWIN SHOE COMPANY FINE SHOES 578 WEST SIXTH STREET, East of Mound CINCINNATI, O. Iloston ll.uintr lost their. "no license" in lioston h :i nuioriU of neaily :t(i,(lon at a recent election, leaders of the Mas.iscluisctts Anti-Saloon league tod.n turned their attention to effoits hj which the hope to cause the Legishiture to i educe the number of licenses issued in the State ami to have inscrud in the pioposcil new constitution .1 prohibition plank. lioston lias dicided to icmniu ct by a ote of fil.iriti in faoi of li cense and yi),')T7 against it The vole ! List j ear was 10,1 1.1 for, and 111,877 against licmse '1 lie result has amazed even the litmoi men "ho are reputed toj have spent nearlj $(!(),()()() in their cam paign. A feature of the igorous cam paign of the drj forces was the part tab-1 en in it bj the Kc. William A. (Itillj) I Sundaj, who, during an evangelistic campaign, delivered several characteris tic addresses on the liquor issue. It has been declared that thousands who ordmanl) would have voted for no hceuse, voted jesterdaj for legahtd sa loons bcc.iusc, had the cilj gone dr, most of the credit for the victor) would have gone to Suudav. 'I he campaign was a spectacular one. Women holding ban ners bearing pictures of small children and the words- "Please protect us b voting no license," were stationed in the vicinit) of most of the polling booths. The license forces sent motor trucks and brewer) wagons through the cit) carrj uig printed appeals to vote "jes" Some of tlie wealthiest real estate owners of the cit are said to have aided the liquor men in their fight. Established 1874 Phone Canal 420 A. H. KRESKEN FLORIST Gut Flowers and Floral Designs a Specialty 803 Vine Street, Cor. 8th St. , J, Anderson, President R. K, Anderson, Sec. &. Tteas. THE ANDERSON INDEPENDENT FISH CO. HOUSE OF QUALITY Wholesale and Retail Oysters, Fish, Game and Poultry Phones 1 Order Oept., Canal 2273 ; Office . . . Canal 2274 138 W, COURT ST. CINCINNATI Let Us Place You in a Home of Your Own. Various Location Popular Price and Easiest of Terms HAYWARD $ DET ZEL "QUALITY HOME BUILDERS " Phones M.2I30 & w. 2335 309 Mercantile Library Bldg. SMOKE SONADA 'Quail y Only" M. I BOLD C I G7l ItS and Bernard H. Attermeyer Dealer In All kinds of SHOES Repairing neatly and promptly done at the shortest notice 1003 State Avenue 2nd door from N. W. Cor. Ccbt and State Avc. Phone Canal 2021 GEORGE ROOS Successor to Wm. Goodall & Son MONUMENTS GRAVE MARKS, LETTERING and CLEANING-CEMETERY WORK Olfice and Works: 322 W. COURT STREET CINCINNATI, O. Lackman's Celebrated Beer Pale and Old Lager On Tap Bay Horse Exchange GUS SCHMIEG, Proprietor 216 E. Fifth Street Cincinnati, O. Telephone, Canal 4380 - WIIITH CUOSS A3Ul$UT.,AJCCi: Prompt and efficient ervlceforlhc triatporla tlon of paflenti to and from homei, ht-apllalf, or the R. K. elation. Cartful allcnllon. olnlni! liLe ll In tonn. Inspection Invited. JOHN J. GILLIGAN, Eighth, Near Broadway. Phonos- Canal 1802 and 18(3 Uoodkurn 1137 ...4 DANCING -Prof. Wright Fourth and Sycamore Beginners Class Now Open Class Lesions, Monday and Thursday, 8 P. M. Private Lessons, 10 A. M, to 0 P. M., daily. MUSIC- Piano, Mandolin. Dramatic Art. DANCING MATINEE THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING Music by Oueen City Ladies' Orchestra M13AT OUTTIIKK ADVAXCi:. 1 Sot ! Arc To Illume Ho Suys, Ursine Cliiuif''"' in l'iicrt Testimony System. "Intellectual white shiver" is the term which Health Oflicer J II Lnndis Hollies lo conditions pointed out 1 Judge William I.ittleford in the hitter's attach on expert medical testimony Oi Landis. discttssiilK the attack in the weehly bulletin of the Health Oepart nient, declares that the simple expedi ent of couil-.ippomted and court-paid experts would eliminate the greatest scandal," m the medical and legal pro fessions "The liitegrit) of the entire medical profession of Cincinnati was challenged hist weeh, according to re I port appealing in the daily press," lie says "It is as erioneous to state that all in siciiiis n.ie tneir price as it would be to state that all lawjers arc on the sipiaie and above reproach Both piofessions are long cnerdue for a hotisecleanmg The lawjers bae made the rules goerning testunoii), and loo often stand in the marhet place bidding for liars When jolt find a medical ex pert selling his honor to the highest bidder you will nnariablj find a litem btr of the legal profession plamg tin. part of procure! The financial returns due to intellectinl white shier are th nlcd between the intellectual white shnery are divided between the intel lectual white shne and the procurer, the hltei gLttiuR the lion's share of the dirty money The court, and by the court is meant the entire legal profes sion, Know that the present nilcs place i premium on peiiuty and that the simple expedient of coiirt-apoiuud and court-paid experts would eliminate the greatest scandal in the two professions " The Busiest Place in The City Niemes' Cafe Restaurant and Billiard Hall 9 W. 5th St. GUS DOLL, Mar. l'hone Cainl 317J It Hot l.uiuhAll Day Strictly Union House WM. MARINGER'S f r M4 1324 Walnut St. Cincinnati, O. llcadiiiirtt.rs of Vim Itooster Club Hat Cleaner For Men and Women RATNOUR 1007. VINE ST., Near Court J. H. FIELMAN Dcilcr in Pasteurized MILK and CREAM High Grade Sweet Butler and fcggs 2518 Vine St. Phone, Avon 3116 Peoria, III hoard of arbitration lias adjusted differences between the Meat Cutters' union and shops that re fused to sign an agieemcut. Wages will be $lfi a week with a i 1.1 closing hour. fkaxkio.v i:iji:cti:i. Samuel Frankcn, heading the red ticket, was elected president of the Time club, Camp Washington, Tucsda) night.