THE LABOR ADVOCATE
SPECIAL REVIEW of CINCINNATI BUSINESS
Concerns Held to be Friendly to the
Cause of Organized Labor
JWDtiKAL UNION JAV1S IXSUIt-
ANOK CO.M1MXV OV
The Federal Union Life Insurance
Company is one of the very best regu
lated institutions hi our city, and one
of which Cincinnati may well be proud.
Its business is conducted in an honest,
upright manner and the integrity of
the management is above reproach, The
Federal Union Life Insurance Com
pany is one of the foremost stright life
insurance companies doing business in
Ohio. Not only do they transact busi
ness in Ohio, but in nearly every other
State in the union, thus bringing Cincin
nati before countless thousands of peo
ple. The officers of this company arc
Robt. B. Palmer, President; Frank M.
Peters, Vice-President; Carl Slough,
Secretary; D. V. Craig, Treasurer, and
Charles A. Castle, M. D., Medical Direc
tor. The names of these gentlemen rcp
lcscnt some of our city's foremost, pro
gressive citizens, always ready and will
ing to lend their support to any project
that is for the furtherance of Cincin
nati. They stand high in the business
WE REPAIR SHOES WHILE YOU WAIT
and use only the BEST GRADE OF
WH1 re OAK LEATHbR
GIVE US A. TRIAL
12 39 Main St.
FAYWAY BUTTER STORE
H. F. HOLTHAUS. Prop.
Butter, Buttermilk, Cottage Cheese,
Branch: Siith and Mils Third and Vine Sts.
Phone Main 1617
world, and are known to be of sterling
worth. Through their untiring efforts,
and fair and squat c business methods,
they have placed the Federal Union Life
Insurance Company among the foremost
business institutions of Cincinnati. It
Is their earnest endeavor never to allow
anyone with whom they come in contact
to cvcr be treated other than the very
best. They believe in doing this because
it is right, and good business.
The officers of the Federal Union Life
Insurance Company have ever been
consideration. This concern and its
managers wish it understood that they
solicit and appreciate the patronage of
the working people.
TJIK U. S. PAl'JOK GOODS CO.
This concern is one of the foremost
business institutions of our city, having
built up a business of which Cincinnati
may well be proud. They are manufac
turers of envelopes and paper goods that
cannot be surpassed anywhere. The man-
auers nf flip II 5? Pnnn,- HN rv
ncnuly to union men and organized la- nanv Imvp :ilw.-iv Iiopm tun,. -, ci, i,
bor. It is, therefore, a pleasure to lend friends of organized labor, and 'union ' M
them and the institution of which they
ate the head, our endorsement, and to
highly recommend their business.
If at any time it is possible for a un
ion man to do anj thing to promote the
interests of the Federal Union Life In
surance Company, he should not hesi
tate to do so. They arc deserving
of every consideration, and no mistake
can be made in patronizing or assisting
1120 Main Street
The Foltz Grocery and
23 Pure Food Stores
The biggest loaf of "Union Made" Bread
ill tuc ,j iui - i.ciiia
If jou want the very best of high
grade shoes for joursclf or any member
of jour family, at a price that is sure to
be right, and where your patronage is
alwajs appreciated, you will make no
niistake in going to Fred. Wiethe, lo
cated at 1214 Linn Street. He carries
only the cry best of high gradt,
UNION MADE shoes, shoes that give
satisfaction in every way. Mr. Wiethe
is a courteous gentleman, and has a
high standing in the business world. lie
has always been known as a staunch
friend and supporter of the union man's
cause, and we are pleased to say a good
word lor lum.
CINCINNATI COIjTiKGK OP
TlieCincinnati College of Dental Sur
gery is one of the best known and
thought of institutions in our citv. and
one that needs no introduction to our
people. Ihc heads of this institution
arc courteous gentlemen, and have won
an enviable reputation for fair and
square business dealings. Graduates of
the Cincinnati College of Dental Sur
gery are finished dentists, and are turn
ed out as experts. They are successful
piactising dentists in almost every State
of the Union, and arc all not only an
honor to their college, but are a credit
to Cincinnati for having such an institu
The Cincinnati College of Dental Sur
gery and its management have always
been staunch friends of union men, and
organized labor will find them friendly
at all times. This institution treats the
working people at all times, and makes
only charge enough to cover the cost of
materials, making it in a way, a charit
able institution. The hosts of labor are
welcome at this institution at all times,
and arc assured of cordial treatment.
We take pleasure in recommending them
to the suppoit of all true union men.
Easter Wearing Apparel For the
Prices to meet every purse Good reliable merchandise
Tor Milady's Kaslcr Wardrobe v.c arc showing a wonderful assortment of the
newest and prettiest sylcs in
Women's Coats, Suits and Dresses
Kvcry desirable shade and coloring in thc( new and wanted materials for Spring
arc Itting shown. There is a dress, coit or suit here to jour liking, ct you will like
them all when jou sec them.
men will find them friendly at all times.
j nc nosis oi lauor win ao well to snow
their appreciation of this .attitude by
doing cverj thing in their power at all
times to support the interests of this en
terprising concern. '
M $5.00 and $8.50
Our Millinery Department is recog
nized as Cincinnati's greatest millinery
department in the city. We lelicc wc
sill more hats and better hats than can
be secured elsewhere at the price jou
Kiglit now we are showing charming
hats in the newest models original
ideas by high-class designers
You will be pleased by (he individual
it and stjle of our millinery.
CINCINNATI MOVING COMl'AXV.
The Cincinnati Moving Company is
one of the best known and hichlv
thought of concerns in our city. This
position has been won only through hon
est and fair dealing, and the polite and
courteous treatment which they accord
to all they come in contact with. In
their chosen line of business, they stand
second to none. They are among the
citj's expert furniture movers and pack
ers. All of their equipment is the best
motor trucks that can be had, and their
drivers arc careful of ever j thing they
handle, to deliver it in the same condi
tion they received it. The managers arc
staunch mends of ornamzed labor, and
employ only union men. This fact alone
makes them worthy of the natronaiic of
all working people.
Ihc Cincinnati Moving Companv is
located at 1420 Clay Street, phone Canal
-120. If you arc contemplating making a
move, or arc in need of the services of
one in their line, jou will do well to call
them, as jou arc assured of getting the
very best of service, and at charges that
arc sure to be right. The hosts of labor
will make no mistake to "HIRE THE
YELLOW VAN" at all times.
Men's Easter Suits
$15.00 to $20.00
Most men know the splendid quality
of a Mablcy &. Carew Suit. They must
at all times be just as represented And
they arc. When we say that wc are of
fering splendid suits of excellent ma
terials, in the newest stlc and latest
patterns, )ou can rest assured that it is
true, because wc stand back of every
garment we sell Come in without delay.
CINCINNATI'S GREATEST STORE FOUNDED 1879
rIi c3lrZllSl ID SS3lESll
ELEVATOR MEN OF CITY HALL
TO WALK OUT
i. Micincii.soN & iiitoxmoits.
This concern is one of the foremost
wholesale liquor houses in our city,
handling only the very best of high
grade domestic and imported wines,
liquors and cordials. Their service is
par excellent, and their prices arc al
ways right. Their place of business is
located at :i20 East Third Street. The
managers have alwajs been staunch
menus ol organized labor, and we arc
pleased to sa a good woid for them.
Klfjlit Tlioiisuml Municipal Employes
Now on Strike; Council Commit
tee to Consider Action Itcpnir
Work on I'limping; Stations Held
Up; Engineers Also Complain of
V. S STIOEh MEN
I'Elt CENT KAISE.
CAFE and HALL
ELDER AND McMICKEN AVE.
Phone Canal 4617-Y
STRICTLY UNION GOODS
Advocates of True Temperance
Buy their Wines and Liquors from
I , 3.rrii. iH. &trttfr I
336 West Sixth Street
! Cincinnati, Ohio j
I GEO. STEIN
1231 Main St., Bel. 12lh and 13th Sts.
Teltplore Canal 4825 Cincinnati, Ohio
UNION SHOES ALWAYS ON HAND
B. J. Barlage
S25 West Liberty Street
l'ho-e. West 1384-L CINCINNATI, O.
THE Tj. KltUCKEMEYEK CO.
Those people who have had dealings
with this concern arc all loud in their
praises of good treatment received at
their hands. In their chosen line of bus
iness, thev stand second to none, and
hae won a most enviable reputation for
fair and square business methods. The
managers are courteous gentlemen, al
ways treating others with the proper ic
spect at all times. The L. Kruckcmcjcr
Compart arc located at l,"ul-l."o:i Vine
Stieet, where they cairy as large and
complete a line of gas ranges, stoves and
kitchen waic that is to be seen in our
cit. Everything that they handle is the
vcrj best on the maikct, and their prices
are always as low as the lowest, when
qualitj and scivicc arc given the proper
New York. Wage increases of about
10 per cent for 23.",()()0 employes, adding
nearly $:10,(1()),)()( to its annual pa) roll
and making a total increase of 4:s per
cent since February, l!)l(i, were an
nounced rcccntl) by the United States
Steel Corporation. The emploves af
fected, it is understood, include practi
cal! all save the sales force and ad
I'AIXTEUS' WAOES ADVANCED.
Ill Paso, Tex. Painters and Paper
Hangers' union No. 902 has signed a
new wage agi cement that raises rates
to .$.") a day. These workers are 100 per
Chicago. Elevator men emplovcd in
the Cit) Hall todav will join the strike
of S,000 building trades workmen. Their
grievance is that non-union men are
All union officials will meet at I1G3
West Madison Street today to figure
on how man) men are out and whether
all who came under the strike order had
been instructed to stop work.
The finance committee of the City
Council is expected to take up the strike
today at the same time the sanitar)
teamsters' controvers) is considered.
Stationary engineers and firemen will
.intnt-.vil.if n lintlmr tlmv will strike. Thev
complain that their members have been
discharged anil laborers at a lower rate
of wages put in their places.
T..,: . rl- -it n niimhpr nf niunn-
ing stations is practically at a standstill.
LJricklavers and carpenters rcinaineu ."
work at the Central Park Pumping Sta
tion, while 140 men quit at the Ma) fair
Pumping Station. All who have not
quit are expected to toda).
"No sanitar) teamster will return to
work, as ordered b the city officials,'
said Andrew A. McGrcggor, business
agent of the union. "The notice was re
ceived bv our members last week. e
have a meeting with the finance commit
tee before the Citv Council.
i LAWRENCE E. WEBER !
The Union Label on Every Garment
1524 Vine Street CINCINNATI, 0.
TSie Regal Cloak & Suit Go.
Jht"eoun $15 Coats for $7.98
The best line of Skirts in the city.
Bring this Ad and get 10S off.
615 Central Ave., Near Sixth St.
FRED JOHNSON:: CAFE
Billiards and Pool
S. E. Cor. ISth and Central Avenue
1422 Central Avenue, Cincinnati, O.
Telephone, West 3719-V
From Factory to Home
BUTLER BROS. AND EBERSOLE'S
PLAYER-PIANOS AND PIANOS
We Slit You Hit Mlddliroan's Profits. Cnh or Ilmi
BUTLER BROS.' PIANO MFG. CO.
21 lo 27 W. McMiclen Ave., bet. Vine and Race
Phone Man 3766 High-grade Photography Moderate Prices
SPECIAL THIS WEEK One of our $6.00 Portraits for 50e
A. G. NEWPORT, Photographer 206 SaSsS oS!reet
Try Our Kodak Finishing KODAKS
.1. F. SPANHORST. 1223"Main St. c.n.l 1624-Y
Agents for the Packard Shoe
The Levy Shoe Co.
1209 Vixe Street
Popular Priced Footwear
PHONE, CANAL 4057-R
ROSENBAUM lin T( DATE TAIIf-DC
5 Ur-IU-UHIL IHILUIIO
Suits Made to Your Measure $15.00
Trousers Made to Your Measure $3.00
434 and 436 West Fifth St.
PHONE, CANAL 3846-R
STRICT.LY UNION WORK
A. H. PAHLS
N. W. Corntr Clark and John Streets
PHONE, WEST 3896-X
Tailor and Cleaner
The Gus. E. Kappner Range Co. j
KNOWN FOR RANGES I
Exclusive Agents for the
"ECO-THERMAL' and "DOMESTIC" GAS
RANGES and "MONROE" REFRIGERATORS
Phone Canal 4639 S. W. COR. EIGHTH AND RACE STS.
W.A.JOHNSTON W. A. HERREN C. E. GIRTON
THE JOHNSTON ARTIFICIAL LIMB CO.
Wheel Chairs, Trusses, Crutches, Arms, Lees and Braces
PHONE MIN 1884 230 WEST FOURTH STREET
14 Tr tt riTi"
Suits from $9.75 to $30.00 Coats from $5.00 to $40.00 1
Dresses " $4.75 " $15.00 Waists " 90c " $8.00
Skirts from $2.95 to $7.00
THE LADIES' SHOP fflKs"
S. E. Cor. Fifth and Race Entrance 442 Race
OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P. M.
UNION MADE SI
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I Here arc Shoes tint mve uieaiyieanu rn, uui um iug .....s ,.... w-. w
ti ci.n.. si.- ut . ii iv.nr. lint nnt the Stvle or Fit. S
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COMBINE ALL. THESE MERITS
w.- v.. VI.I
Come in and try a pair You'll find tliem the best Shoe vou cvei wore V?J
WEBER'S SHOE STORE ZLA'V!?.
i $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00
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