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THE LABOR ADVOCATE
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LABOR UNION OFFICIALS
COMPLAIN TO DIRECTOR
Declare Police Jfuvu Ilecn Using Un
fair Methods.
A delegation of Ialor union officials,
headed by Thomas Alugavin, pi evident
of Cential Labor Council, called on Safe
ty Diicctor J'ticdlaiulcr, Tuesday, to
complain of methods used by the police
in labor tioublcs They cnlicircri the
action of the police in providing an
escort for the delivery wagons of a
gioceij concern, which has had a stnke
of drivcis. 1'iiedlauder infoimcd thcni
thathe would take their views under
consideiatiou,
(SOML'Klttt TMKTIMOXIAii .JAN. US
New Yoik. Practically all arrange
ments aic completed for the dinner in
this city, Januai v LS, in honor of the an
niversary of l'i evident Gomrcrs' golden
wedding, his sil -seventh biithday and
.10 jcais' of active service in the trade
union movement, reports lit nest I'ohm,
secietaiy of the joint tiade union com
mittee in c,liaige of the observance of
these events, llcsuggcsts that those de
sirous of attending the dinner make
their icscnntions at once to the secic
tary, Till lfritholdi building, 2 East
Tcnt-thiid street, New Yoik Citv.
Tables for groups of ten may be ic-sencd.
ItHTAIL CliKKKR ADVAXCK.
LaF.'ivcttc, Tutl. Tn reviewing gains
made last year by the Retail Clciks' In
tel national Piotectivt' Association, Scc-retary-Trcasiucr
Conwaj sas more
than SO chattels have been issued and
of the fie stiikes inaugurated all but
one has been satisfactory adjusted.
THE STORE WHERE YOUR $1.00 GETS
THE BEST VALUES
Everything in Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Wear
MILLINERY OUR SPECIALTY
Stroheim's Dollar Store
Nothing over $l.oo 1113 Main Street
The Brooklyn Shoe Store
All Kinds ot Sample Shops, Union
Made, nt Reasonable Prices.
Also Shoe Itcpairing at T.nwcst Prices
'1 lie Host Leather IsliI
S. UAl'PAFORT, Prop.
1 12( VINI3 STRECT, CINCINNATI, O.
GEORGE DECKER
Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods, Dry
Goods, Notions, Etc.
1550 ELM ST., Near Liberty Telephone Canal 4661-R
Best Goods at Lowest Prices. Cut out
this coupon, bring it to oiu store on
Tuesday and you will receive 20 extra
starrps with a purchase of one dollar.
Repairing
and
Boiling of
Meerschaum
a Specialty
CHAS. KEYER
Manufacturer and Importer of Meerschaum anil Briar
Pipes and Smokers Articles in General
Phone Canal 028 No. 1225 Main St.
i Phor,
UNION WOOLEN MILLS CO.
Union Made Suit or Overcoat $15 up
'' Made on Premises
Made to Order Made to Fit Let ui Prove it
Telephone Canal 1298. Y
1407 VINE ST. CINCINNATI, O.
HARRY E. RUEVE
Phone, C. 1634-R
THE HAT SHOP
QUALITY AND STYLE
Union Label
Men's and Boys' 1206 Vine Street
Hats and Caps CINCINNATI, O.
BREAD
OUR DAILY
AMMUNITION
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WALTER ECK
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Florists and Decorators
Office, Canal S157, Res. West 3082-Y 1231 VINE STREET, CINCINNATI, 0.
Your Photo Will Possess an Exact Likeness of You if made by "Rensler."
RYour Photo With Our New Oil Painted Background
ENSLER 0N3ToNER2TcIS.
,-.-- n.ntrQl ilia Guaranteed not to fade and to lie the best
X3di I bclllldl AVB. In the city. Open Day and Night. Sunday a so
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GEORGE WELLER CO.
Wholesale and Retail
Wall Paper and Paints, Wall Burlaps, Lincrusta, Room Mouldings
1314-1316 Main St.
Phone, Canal 731)
Miller's Park and Summer Resort
Cabaret Every Evening
Come out and try our Famous Fish Frys and Bakes
End of Sedamsville Car Line Phone, Warsaw 212
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Cesare in New York Evening Post.
ORGANIZED LABOR
'SANDWICH MAX" HAUllED.
Tnkliit
An Inlcrest, Til Promoting
I'ciicc.
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GEO. SCHAFER'S CAFE
J Hopple and Beekman St.
FINE WINES AND WHISKIES
Specially, Fine Soup Every Day. Served Free
I Strictly Union. Phone, West 2448-L
Tlic Cential Federation Union of
Gi eater New York lias joined hands
with the Aniciican Ncuttal Conference
Committee in an cIToit to tousc and crys
tallize public opinion in the support of
President Wilson's peace overtures. At
its last meeting the union appointed an
emergency peace committee consisting
of Ernest Ilolmi, Secictary of the Cen
tial Federated Union; Rudolph Modest,
general organiser of the Amalgamated
Meat Cuttcis and lititchcr Workmen of
North Aniciica; and William Kelly, bus
iness lcprcsentativc of the Copper
smiths' Union. This committee will co
opeiate with the American Neutral Cou
fcienec Committee in gathering a great
olumc of public opinion so that Presi
dent WiUou will feel assured of ade
quate suppoit in any effort he may make.
The Ametican Neutral Confcience
Committee is the one organization in
Aniciica foimcd for the express purpose
of doing evcij thing possible to hasten
the day of a permanent peace. It has
had in ch dilution for a number of
months :i nctition tiririiic the President
to invite the belligerents to state the
tcims on which they would be willing
to begin pcaie negotiations. Now that
this step lias been taken the committee (
is tin owing the entire weight of its in-
fltiencc behind the President's action. It
believes that now. if ever in our history,
the voice of the Ameticau people should
be he-jid clearly and unmistakably in be
half of justice and humanity. The 1'ics
ident has taken a far-i caching step and
the least that Ametiea can do is to stand
solidly with him in this critical hour
when he is trving to lestoic peace to the
wot Id.
Organised labor in Brooklyn, in Seat
tle and thioughotit the Slate of Califor
nia has cudoiscd the petition. From the
Kinks of" labor everywhere have come
lojal woikcrs who have helped to secure
the thousands of names which have al
icady been signed. Now an appeal is
being made to c cry Central Labor
Council in the United States, to join in
a wide-spicad and rapid-fire cii dilation
of the petition within the next few
weeks It is expected that many of the
Councils will follow the lead taken by
the Central Federated Union of New
York in appointing an emergency com
mittee to help at this ciucial moment.
Asmwros wokkkks cjain.
Tientou, N. J. The city commissiou
eis have decreed th.it the "sandwich
man" is "tmsightl" and "un-Ameiican,"
and is licnccfoith barred from the
stiects of this ctiy. '1 he unions hae
used this publicity method most effect
ively, and the Tiadcs Union Advocate
saj s :
"A 'sandwich man' is not more 'un-
sightlj' or 'uu-Ameiican' than the sight
of an underpaid, underfed city cmploe
shivering with the cold on acocunt of
reccving insufficient wages to buy prop
er food or sufficient clothing."
THE
HERANCOURT
Brewing Co.
LAGER
Strictly
Union
Strictlr
Union
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KKNTUCICV UNIONISTS MKKT.
Ouensboio. Kv. Procress was re
poitcd during the past jear by delegates
to the Kentucky State Federation of
Labor, winch met m tins cit). A long
list of remedial legislation was indorsed
and Ashland was selected as the next
convention city. II. J. Allington of
Newpoit, was chosen picsidcnt and P. J.
Campbell of Louisville, secietao-ticas-urcr.
COUNTS ASKICI) TO KKKOItM.
New Yoik. "By all means let the
courts reform couit procedutc. Thcv
can do it ; no one else can," is the plain
tivc cr.v of the New York World, which
sajs: ' "If bench and bar demand
changes in the law, a legislature about
half whose members commonlv are
lawyers will uuaucstionably grant them."
1IOMJMC JIAKKItS (;AIN.
COAL
The Most Economical Fuel at the RigHt Price
THE QUEEN CITY COAL CO.
PRIVATE EXCHANGE WEST Si8'JO
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The Cincinnati Home Brewing Co.
Brewers of
Fine Draught and Bottled Beer
Call West 814 and Give us a Trial
STRICTLY UNION-MADE
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Seattle, Wash new agi cement se
cured bj sbcbtos Workcis' Union in
creases wages and pi ovules for the Sat
urdaj half 1 olidaj
Monacal, Quebec Boiler Makers'
Union No. l.U has signed a onc-j car's
agi cement with the Canadian Vickcis
Ltd. Hours aie i educed from 10 to 0,
wages ate inci eased Vi and 1(1 cents an
hour and the union is lccognicd. The
wage scale includes neatly a scoie of
(lepaitments mat aie contioueu oy tins
union,
MIXICIIWIi KMI'LOYIOS UXITK.
Chicago. Nearly 300 woikcis em
plojed in vaiious (lepaitments of the
fedcial government, have organized a
union to be chattel ed b the A. F. of L.
I K AT I IK IN TIIK MINKS.
Ilarrisburg, Pa Nearly 1,000 mineis
lost their lives in this state last jear,
the csact ligtucs being 4,1.1 in the bi
tuminous operations and 300 in the au
thtacite fields. The total number ot
men employed in the coal indtistty was
:i!27,l(i(i, or one death to approximately
:ioo me in the mining of 2.'i(l,0(l(),00()
I net tons
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THE FELDMAN MILK & CREAM CO.
J Makers and Distributors of
i CREAMA-LAC
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THE BETTER BUTTERMILK
Phone S. 1533
Chas. Moeves
Manufacturer of the
IMPROVED EXTENSION SHOE
Shoe made to fit all deformltiet
14 E. 10th St , Newport, Ky. Tel. South 574 L
SEVENTH STREET BAKERY
UNION MADE
BREAD
L. POTTSCHMIDT, Prop.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phone, West iss9-l 724 WEST SEVENTH ST.
- HIGH-GRADE
JOS. R. KUPER MEATS and GROCERIES
PRICE QUALITY SERVICE
Phone, West2473 S. W. COR. LIBERTY AND JOHN STS.
The Home o? Low Prices
IiER THING IN
I 9,lioe Miesos' nnrl Children's
BET 6'.r57!; STS -"
621 s 623 CentralAve. WEARING APPAREL
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The Big Store is the
Big Satisfaction Store
It's the one store in thousands,
and thousands of people are for
The Big Store. It's the store
famed everywhere for its Un
matchable Values and Money
Savings and where every pur
chase is Guaranteed to the limit.
OVERCOATS
and SUITS
For Men and Young Men
$7.5.0 $1Q $1S
Direct from our own Great Cincin
nati Tailoring Shops to you Always
and in all ways, the Greatest Clothing
Values in the world.
The L Store
419-427 FIFTH AVENUE WEST
(V.i-1 Central W and lolm tl loi-.iilnocilpp Mop
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