The Labor Advocate in Cincinnati, Ohio 25 Dec 1915
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The Labor Advocate (Newspaper) - December 25, 1915, Cincinnati, OhioIndependen official Organ of the building trades Council of Cincinnati and Vicinity vol. Iii. No. 36cincinnati, Ohio december 25, 1915 one Dollar a year we May vote on prohibition next year if the Republican party orders it the enquirer let the cat out of the bag a j. W. Faulkner their Columbus correspondent and an authority on state politics says that the Republican party is responsible for the dry campaigns and Only orders a dry election when they need it in their business. The building trades Council places e. L. Stephany and the City ice delivery company on the a we Don t patronize a Stephany has made a Fortune out of the members of the building trades but uses Scab labor in erecting a Row of stores. A the Council entertained by the labor advocate. Viox. Walter .1. Krikhe Larek tie new safety director Quot not Many weeks have gone by since this old Aegis of Liberty Felt a pentecostal spirit thrilling its Gizzard and spoke in prophecy concerning the amiable but unscientific generals of the prohibition movement in Ohio. It predicted that there would he a lot of Black smoke sent up and a great Deal of noise made Over the resubmission of the state wide prohibition amendment in 1010. This would he done to entertain the contributors to the War Chest fund and to sort of cheer up the mourners after the annual Licking received in november. Hut the of it Horn Loii Inis Mude hut the prohibition lenders would very Likely do Liat the stole lenders suggested. It tin loiter hotly of patriots needed the submission in their business the petition iii Ehin Ery would Start. If they did not some line fat excuse would he funded out from headquarter. Quot judging front the gyrations the twisting and the clip clapping going on it would appear that the Temperance army Isnit going to he led against the historic foe next year. Other Means of making Ohio dry Are being suggested and there is even talk of compromising with the politicians of High the above item was written by j. Yvo. Faulkner the Columbus correspondent of the Cincinnati enquirer who is noted for his accuracy in matters political in Ohio and gives a fan idea As to the Way in which the wind is blowing insofar As it affects the liquor interests of the state. It also shows i he Republican party is master of the situation and that the interests of that party will he allowed to guide the actions of the prohibitionists during the coming year. If it is seen lit and proper and appears to he of Benefit to the Republican party of this state the liquor interests will he called upon again in huh to wage War against the dry forces hut in the event that such a Battle would be against the interests of the g. O. 1�?T., the liquor men will he allowed to rest next year and the Prohias will not be unleashed. To the Man up a tree it would appear to be about time for the Brewers and others engaged in similar lines of business to come to a realization of the fact that their allegiance to the Republican party is a pretty expensive proposition and that their interests Are being made a political eats Paw for the office holders of that party. The tremendous expense of a dry Campaign will be forced upon these interests should the Lowers that he within the Republican party the of lice holders and office seekers deem such a step advisable in other words the Drys will keep out of the Light unless tie Republican party is to lie benefited if the dry forces of the state Are going to submit their policies to the dictation of either of the great political parties the wet forces should have Little difficulty in choosing a course of action which will be satisfactory. The icy by a Story Worth repeating was told at our convention by the private Secretary of the mayor of st. Paul in his welcoming address a a Southern negro was displaying his skill with a Bull whip by cutting Heads off of Lowers and tearing hits of paper to pieces with the Cracker and enjoying the plaudits of the throng of less skilful negroes when one of the crowd noticed a Hornet near its nest and suggested that Ike jest pop it Iti half with his whip. The whip expert looked and said voila la pick out site Piu else Nigger. 1 ainu to gone to Monkey none with that or Hornet they re Quot or Nigger knew lie would have to Deal with All the hornets if he injured one and so the Lone Hornet was Sale. A when the employer knows that an injury to one Workman will stir up the entire nest he May pick on other tilings but will let the workmen alone. Workmen will then lie As Safe As that one Hornet. They May want to strike him but. Like or. Nigger they la Lake one look and say. Hit something else Hoys they re a a a Cleveland i cd a rat inn is. They Are All alike Mutt Cohen the new commissioner of agriculture in it one Over on Peter Campbell of Louisville. Messes. Peter Campbell and John Schneider Louisville who Are members of tie official family of the state federation Are not pleased with the selection of messes. Jack Nelson Paducah and Omer Stubbs Ludlow to lie labor inspector and assistant labor inspector respectively under mat s. Cohen the incoming commissioner of agriculture labor and statistics who this week announced the appoint input of these melt. In a letter to commissioner elect Cohen Campbell declares his intention of bringing the matter before the state federation at its annual convention in january. The Contention of the labor leaders is that Cohen at a conference on january a. Agreed to let them Quot flame Quot tie men for those two places in his department. Cohen insists that he made no such agreement and in support of Bis position produces a letter written i january 5 put Peter Campbell As a memorandum Muj in confirmation of their agreement in which lie says a i believe that the labor in Spector of the state of Kentucky should lie employed subject to the approval of the federation of Cohen Suys that both Nelson and is Tilths Are Union nun in Good standing and that both have been elected from their local bodies to he delegates to tile next convention of tile stale federation of Jar Hor. And that their appointment has not been objected to by theft duration and that no charges have been brought against them. If Pete Campbell ays that Cohen promised to let the Kentucky federation of labor name the men vote can bet that he did so. Another thing. Pete or i Good Friend John Schneider Are not through f with the i loll. Mat s Cohen. Mullen repeats usual Christmas offerings orders turkeys sent to various institutions. Councilman Michael Mullen in accordance with his annual custom will again help to spread t Christmas cheer among the inmates of a i Hilior of institutions. He has ordered that a barrel of potatoes two big turkeys and a Large Quantity of Candy he sent for Christmas to each of the following institutions st. Aloysius orphan Asylum Reading Road Lloyd Hill. St. Francis Hospital Queen City Avenue. Cincinnati Ohio st. Joseph infant Asylum Tennessee Street. St. Joseph s orphan Asylum. Cherry Street. St. Mary a Hospital Betts and Linn streets. St. Y incent Home for Hoys him Bank Street. Visors of mercy. Or Denman Street. Little Sisters of the poor Florence Avenue. Sisters of to i Shepherd. Carthage. Sisters of Good Shepherd. Warsaw and grand. German protestant Asylum. Highland Ami Shillito streets. I Hildrene a Home West ninth Street. Boys Home Stefi Sycamore Street. Jewish Foster Home rapid run Pike mid Glenway Avenue. Salvation army fast eighth Street. Toe ii of Riih Kiodt Yll Taku. A German inventor has patented a method for using carbonic acid Gas in a machine to Spray mortar or plaster on a Wall to hasten its setting. If Tahk operators win. Trenton n moving picture operators strike against several theatre in Lilis City a been adjusted in the satisfaction la these worker. One of the most unpardonable sins of Humankind is that of ingratitude and mgt ease of ingratitude Coull he greater than that which was displayed by Edward l. A Stephany against organized labor. A few years ago or. Stephany moved into the Aloon at twelfth and Walnut streets. I be Only thing be possessed was a right to pay off the mortgage which was held against him on the place. Business was had but the building trades Council moved its offices into the Saint building and it was through their patronage that lie built up Bis busies and retired from that location to Oakley with quite a snug Fortune. On that occasion members of the building i rades Council presented him with a Silver tip. Stephany can lit himself into any condition his place in Oakley is surrounded by a nest of scabs and be is Independent of Union labor lie built a Row of stores using Scab labor which he would never have done had he possessed u spark of gratitude. I Quot he building trades Council took this matter up with him and lie disclaimed any responsibility stating that in had invested his Money in such a Way that others had charge of it. The building trades Council accepted that hut a few Days ago Stephany himself signed another contract with one of these Scab contractors lie Nee the Hoard of business agents passed a Resolution against him. And the building trades Council placed him on the Quot we done to patronize Quot list at the my Vitug thursday night. A . It bks i Metal i workers Union no. Iii. Named ii. Dorsey As a Delegate to take the place of brother Gathmann who had previously been suspended for non attendance. Brother Dorsey being present he was obligated. The International Union of steam and operative notified tiie Council that they have placed the City ice delivery company on tie Quot we Don t patronize list and asked the assistance of the Council which was concurred in. Brother Hock reported that lie called on or. Relive manager of to wiling. King amp co. And that gentleman assured him that their new building would he erected with Union labor. After tie meeting adjourned. Council was entertained by the Latiok advil at with a dutch lunch. Brother Cullen presided. Or. Robert Kuhlman of to Ltd Church Beinkamp company rendered several selections on the piano. Guy Decker of the electrical workers Joi n Howard and Joe Chuck of the steam litters All rendered vocal selections. Col. Trio. Mceven delivered several orations. At tie close of the festivities president Cullen thanked the Latiok for it Courtesy and offered tie following a representing the sentiments of the delegates Quot we wish the delegates and friends a merry Chri Mas and a Happy new year. May you and those that Are near and dear to you receive the of Tell share of the Joys and the Good thing of the season. A May All of your sorrows lie hidden behind the memories of the past. May supreme happiness reign among you and those you love now and in the Days to come. It my. You tor give All those Niew avg bore you ill will and ask the forgiveness of those you have wronged and Start the new year with a re he that you will give every Man the same Square i Deal that you expect him to give unto you in this Battle of life which we All have to Santa Claus visits machinists Headquarters loaded with Good things to be distributed to the strikers everybody remembered from the baby to the grandma. Even though daddy is on a strike old Day before Christina. The commissary Uncle Santa Claus will make his annual department is tilled with everything Call upon the children of the striking which enters into the life and happiness machinists of this City and there will be of men. Women and children groceries no sadness in the hearts of the Many of every kind orders on st re for Wear Little ones whose fathers Are contending aug apparel and in the toy line there is for their rights when tie Christmas Hells everything from the old jumping Jack ring. Though their interests guide them to a forty two centimetre gun for boys the other Way. The hearts of the men and the girls will come in for presents who Are opposed to the demands of the including practically All known contrib striking machinists would lie melted Anees from a doll to a set of furniture mid they see the manner in which the even grandma a not been forgotten officials of this organization have pro and Mother will come in for a of Tell share video for the Joy and Comfort of the of this Christmas cheer families and children of its members. Rents doctor Hills and other things a visit to the Headquarters of the or which haunt the mind of the average a animation on main Street will do any Man out of work is n permitted to Man or woman Good. It will teach them worry the striking machinist these a lesson which will remain with them matter Are attended to he the or Mattiza Throat go life and which will prove that lion and no worthy member i allowed strikers Are thoroughly human and have to suffer. Meetings arc held each morning hearts which throb with sentiments a tig. At which members report their it kindness anti which have not forgot troubles to it general organizer Cor lev. Ten that Ali men Are Horn equal. Who investigates and if the claim is the dist a of Christmas Good tilings properly founded the Union immediately includes not Only the regular weekly settles it the system under which the Basket which is Given the wife of each office. I the Union Are working is Pray ii leather now on strike but includes an tie ally perfect and there is Little Chance extra Basket for Xmas which is the of misapplication of the funds or re spec jul Pride of Carl Cetti local Organ Nurcy which Are being used Izer who has direct charge of the Christy drily. Verily the re i turning More my Eliezer department. This Basket con True in life than that the members of gains among other tilings a great big the families of striking machinists in fat Chicken celery Cratil a Riel and other Cincinnati will have a big Anil Joyful Good things Ami one of these will he Christmas and that it will he the direct sent to the Home of each striker on the result of organization. Railway employees to vote. I wages Low. Of hf.vi\\i�s. Cincinnati o i Quot counteract pm no oyers claim that striking machinists Chicago. Ballots containing the text have returned to work the Lent my railway trainmen and engine eur a de a or iii it a appointed a committee al Matul on every a Merican Railroad for the a a Llu Trike i eight hour Day will he Iti the hands Gate. I in Pic by or claims were 1 muted of four railway brotherhoods for refer Ami the him min i presented statistics i Idun vote in january. i a a in a that machinist have worked was made today following adjournment for Tell and fifteen cent Timur be of the joint conference which Drew up than wage paid in other Seitu it was tin demands. The demands include time also shown that the of worker Quot have Ami a half for overtime. The present forced upon them every kind of Iak agreement expire april at. La of Sivility and Premium Ytem that their of of a strike May i a admitted. Called a Iema Tizer could think of
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