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The Labor Advocate (Newspaper) - February 19, 1916, Cincinnati, OhioAmusements i Yolk tit Only musical production to have two runs on a Roadway will brought to the Lyric next week town this play comes fresh from the Cen Tury theater and direct from the new York Winter Garden and is known As the $100,000 musical comedy spectacle. It boasts an unusual cast headed by trixie Friganza and inert Leslie and including Cross and Josephine Lew i learn and Bonita Lillian Loerlein Marie Lavarre Carbrey ii rothers Mabel Elaine John Johnston Jimmy Fox and the famous Creole hand. It is written in Twenty elaborate scenes the first a dancing Pavilion the second a theater lobby the third behind the scenes of a theater the fourth a Black and Silver corridor the fifth a Prairie the sixth Newport transformed to the sunny South the seventh trans formation to a Cotton Plantation the eighth warships on the Hudson the ninth launching the ship of i each in which find our own Henry Ford the tenth in the subway the eleventh out Side the Polo rounds new York the twelfth Interior of Law p., . Thirteenth Black and White corridor fourteenth exterior of a fashion shop fifteenth Madame i Sarotte s Emporium of Chic and the remaining five Are voted to the hotel Daumants a fashion corridor and High Clas s restaurant. Aside from the Scenic embellishment special attention has been devoted to the towns the music and Iii k dance ensembles. Town topics is site the most pretentious musical extravaganza yet to leave new York. The Blanc Iii and musical numbers were staged by Allen Foster the music is by Harold Orlob while the Book and lyrics Are by Harry ii. Smith Thomas Gray and Nobert i. Smith. The entire production was staged under the direction of i Culhno and is a whirlwind of action and All the ingredients of the True spectacle combined with Catchy music fun and laughter. There is one scene alone in town topics to seen Here Early in March that Cost in costumes alone Over $ of Ohio and was regarded As the most Beautiful scenes from a sartorial viewpoint Ever presented on any stage. This scene was known As the fashion shop Ami in it in Iirth girls garbed in the latest modes of fashionable modifies walked across the stage while the Prima Domia Sang. Trixie Fricana the leading come Dienne in town topics shortly to in this Eit. Is a Vas doing novel things on the stage and in this production she not Only dresses As an Indian Suffragette but in the baseball scene at the i olo grounds she is Captain of the female giants and runs around the entire auditorium after batting what she believes to a Home run. Lew i learn the fun Ilij Little sheriff in town topics which will come next week after its phenomenal run at the in turn theater. New York and the Winter Garden was a victim of the european War. If Ever there was one. Lie had made a tremendous hit at the London hippodrome singing itchy Koo " Ami had signed a three ear con tract with the late George Edwardes to appear at the gait at l Lio pounds a week for the Lisl ear and an increase pounds a week each succeeding ear. Then came the War compelling or. Learn to return to America. In town topics is reunited with his wife Bonita with whom starred for several seasons in wine. Women and song " Imp kiss. T lean Clever Classy coined predominates ii the program that is offered As the attraction at the Empress theater next week there is plent of snap and Ginger in every act with the humorous lenient Well set off with plent of Nul id of the right popular sort. The Tel Isle program is abundantly supplied nth brilliance and App laudable variety. Dry s sanitarium is to lie their mural act. It is a mixture of fast. . Farcical fun in w Inch six demonstrate the laughing possibilities of musical travesty it to an Elarbi brately staged Liode no i of real Merit with hilarity and to and a Miallo in i Dunec. Moreover it is something new in vaudeville. A doctor a nurse and four Dippy patients Are introduced m a Hospital Ward and the things that happen fast and furious make the act a Ream from Start to finish. There Are several other acts on the Bill that Are certain to score big hits with Empress audiences. The Novelty four a Quartetti of Cracy comical College kids Are a genuine revelation in their chosen yield. Then there is that notable Trio the Russell ii rothers and mealy fun makers and air founders in typical hayseed still another unusual act is that of Hill Pruitt who has earned the title of the Cowboy Caruso on advocate Smage to in vol sir for Geo. Kuhlmann . 14211-142 8 sonata Jit Kutait it Refl bit a intr. Coal and Gas ranges Lua nut str. All kinds of Sheet Metal work " Quail y Only Flor Ruht inn 1?aun Rochr fort. Andean roofing spouting m. Ibold canal 186 Cincinnati o. 1207 main Street i Lione canal 21 cigars Merit and because of his marvelous voice and the manner in which lie sings popular ballads. And i Ruitt is a real Cowboy too not the i Buffalo n. Y. Kind but fresh always fresh anyway from the Plains of Arizona. Then there Are Lio Uinger and Lester musical experts Iwa Yutuc ii Rayton Anu Hal Davis in will m. Cressy s hilarious comedy play let one christinas eve Ami two reels of comedy photo film. Olympic. It is Safe to say that no character on the american stage has been so defiled As that of the jew and strange As it May seem this defilement was in All cases in the hands of the jewish America n boys themselves. The real jew in whatever walk of life does possess a remarkable fund of humor More than is generally accredited to him but the ridiculing of a race has never nor will it popular with the Liberty lovin g american people. Harry Koler the jew comedian engaged by Jacobs and Jermon for their City sports which appears next week at the olympic theater is himself the son of a rabbi. Or. Koler possesses All the humorous talents which b latent in so Many of his race. In assaying the character of a hebrew or. Koler by virtue of his years of observation among the people of his race is Able to bring out All the humor and comedy of the hebrew without causing any offence to the most fastidious. Added attractions Are tuesday night Plantation and Battle Royal wednesday night chorus girl Waltz contest thurs Day night sparring contests Friday night a real Amateur show saturday night the big country store. Siam , us not i . I Philadelphia. Small storekeepers who have believed they could evade the workmen s compensation Law because of tile $ ii exemption Law Are doomed to disappointment. These storekeepers have asked what can our helpers do if they Are injured what if they do gel judgment How can they collect Haven t got their employees the compensation Hoard Points out Are not As helpless As they imagine. The damages collected under the workmen s compensation Law Are collected As wages and the ipod exemption Law does not apply to a claim for wages. The employees of these Small employers if injured can get an award from the workmen s compensation Hoard and can sell out their emn lovers to collect the full amount regardless of the $ exemption Law. The compensation Hoard has issued circulars to these storekeepers explain 1 ing that the slate insurance Hoard will carry their risks for a year. This is the it i i 11111111111 Premium and will take care of All Accident claims. My Imit u Oli Kivits Isaish wages St. Louis to. As a result of negotiations Between the Metal trades Council and the Robinson fire apparatus manufacturing com Pany wage increases of from three to seven cents an hour and improved shop conditions have been secured for machinists blacksmiths Sheet Metal work ers and Metal polishers. The agreement is for one year. Milk w. Chi visits win. St. Louis to. Milk Wagon Drivers Union no. To i affiliated to the idiot lick lion d of teamsters has unionized the St. Louis Dair compari after Nearl three years of Cou rovers. The unionists have been conducting a quite r Campaign among the non unit n Drivers and then called a strike. The response was so general that the com Pany settled after seventeen hours and signed a Union agreement for improved working conditions and wage increases for ninety Drivers that Range from $2 to l a week. This Clear cd t Victory was quickly Fol Lowed by the Union Dairy compari the largest in the City signing a Union agreement after a thirty Mouths Light. These two successes mean a membership increase of three Hundred. Other Dairy concerns Are negotiating with the milk Wagon Drivers. Attacks compensation act. Philadelphia. The first attack in this City on the new workmen s compensation act was made by Frank Bokousky who was injured in a local Plant and who now claims the right to sue for damages under the old Laws because asserts had not accepted the pro visions and terms of the new act either expressly or through coun Sel claims that the new Law violates the constitutions of Pennsylvania and of the United states. The labor Telephone building residence a Brick St. Louis apart ment building to erected on attly Park Hyde Park East. Owner a. O. Kramer architect Oscar Schwartz provident Hank a building Cincinnati Ohio. Contracts awarded As follows Concrete work a. L. Pc installer plumbing g. C. Amnion Carpenter work vim. Ii user painting and Glaz ing the Queen City painting and decorating co. Home for the aged a building to erected at Scarlet Oaks Clifton. Owner the ii Thesda Hospital association architect g. W. Drach Union Trust a building Cincinnati Ohio. Con tract for Brick work awarded to the David Hummel a building co., and for Carpenter work to Jas. Griffith it sons co. Factory a Brick addition to built on the Southeast Corner of Cole Rai n and Alabama avenues. Owners m. L. Andrew it co. Architect Martin Fisher b1s0 Central Avenue Cincinnati Ohio. General contract awarded to Henry Jasper & son. Factory a Brick addition to factory on jessamine Street South of Hopple. Owner the John Stepto shaper co. Architect a. Kukiz jr.,j. V. Louri Street Iii innate awarded As follows excavation and foundation Henry Meirose & son Brick and Cut Stone the David Hummel co Roo liner. Uni nil it Dietrich Iron work the Columbia Iron work s Triin mfr ,.e,.,. Plumbing Frank Niesen Carpenter Wor Anthony Liener. Residence a b Stor y Brick Resi Dence to built on Harrison Avenue West of Fisher place. Owner mrs. L. Engel architect. Ii. Dornette pick ering pudding Cincinnati Ohio. Con tracts awarded As follows Limrick work am i Cut Stone to done by the owner plastering Andrew Kanz Iron work the Grimm Iron works painting Ami glazing John Pfaff roofing Geo. K. Weissent Irger Carpenter work Law rence j. Casey plumbing sell want i Fern electric work Al. Pecker it son Hardwood floors the Kroger Jacob s co. Heating. Peck Anderson it Peck tile work the Kramig tile co. Store front a new store front and show window to installed on the Northeast Comer of fifth and Plum streets. Owner Chas. Schaengold architects s. S. It g. 1. Godley Neave building Cincinnati Ohio. Contract awarded to the David Gordon Liu ild ing co. Tiik must know Raihill ii i Sty Xot . My. Gilead motion to in Dorse the candid Aej of Harry m. Daugh Terly for United slates senator presented at the suggestion of chairman Frank Shaw of the Morrow county Republican Central committee at a meeting of that body Here today was withdrawn when it was found it could not car ried. The committee endorsed the can didal1 of t. E. Hirton for president and the administration of governor f. I. Willis. filst consummation. Toledo Ohio. The evening Lila editor expresses this opinion on welfare work welfare work has its place an important place if Only it Breeds in i interest in their employees but the employer who attempts to use welfare work As a substitute for living wages throws his Money away. Sooner or later has a strike on his hands and is Lucky if it is not More of a reign of terror than a walkout. The Youngstown outbreak reinforces the Les sons of the Calumet sum1 Vaith Kaiss . Philadelphia. The cramps ship build ers have voluntarily raised wages Iii per cent. About employees Are affected. With this announcement comes an other one that the a. F. Of l. Metal trades department will inaugurate a Campaign for eight hours in the ship arils along the Atlantic coast and that the first meeting will held in this City tonight. I unions . Tiffin Ohio. Each local Union and the Central labor Union were invited to Send delegates to a meeting of Citi Zens called to discuss changes in the City government. This is the first time in the history of Tiffin that the Trade Union organizations were recognized in a civic movement and the organized workers Are using the incident to show the value of continued agitation. Ills lost Cash. Experience is a Good til much prefer the Hank Roll i exchanged for Liston transcript. Want Tau Iii. Detroit Mich. The local federation of labor is urging the City Council to License private detective agencies. Secretary r. L. Reeves of the federation s legislative committee made this state ment to the Council committee that is considering the proposal the greater part of the work of these agencies is the watching of men who arc not criminals. They do a class of work that requires a disreputable class of peo ple. They arc irresponsible and should made responsible to some one. The result is friction because of this class of men. They bring in Chicago Philadel phia and other gunmen. The prosecuting attorney has that the destruction of property in Youngstown was due to private detectives and has declared that they did the first shooting. Large agencies rent out men for a certain Price to the corporations men who will use guns if necessary. These agencies get a Takeoff Between the amount the employer pays for the serv ice and what the Man gets. Where they employ thousands a Clay As some Agen cies do they get on the basis of $1 a Day Ami in this Way obtain thousands of ii i i d a fou filipinos. Washington. The Senate has passed the philippine Bill which extends to these islands a greater degree of and authorize the president to Grant them absolute Independence within four years. When Independence is granted the president is authorized to negotiate treaties needed to adjust All property rights of citizens of the United states and other countries in the islands and to acquire such naval bases and Coaling stations within that territory As deems necessary. During discussion on the Bill it was frankly stated by some senators that the United states would better off if it disposed of the Philippines. One senator objected to sur rendering the islands for fear that these Peoples would become anarchistic and get to warring among senator Stone chairman of the for eign relations committee characterized this sentiment As a vociferous scatter ing dreary inane partisan the eight hour tobacco co. J is owned and operated by Cincinnati peo i i. Aii ,. I i. I. I in fill 119 uiuiiu5 Pic Mikuc by Iii Cilicia of tobacco workers local no. 25. It is tie Only tobacco company in the United Stales which Litis Nilo Clcil the eight hour d a. 8hour Union scrap All Day scrap Home run scrap meals to order Moerlein s Beer phone canal 1262 auf Wiede Sehen cafe and restaurant Mph ooh &. Hock successors to Edw. L. Stephany s. W. Cor. Twelfth and Walnut its. Residence pkwy wait 22s2- . Glandorf moving and storage co. First class storage furniture packed for shipping 8.?.8.1s.837-s.v j Hopkins St. Telephone v. My Cincinnati i o. Wituk Ortoss Miil Lanck prompt and efficient Arr Lre Forth transportation of palenti t and from Home a map Tali r the r. K. Nation. Careful attention Knuth nil Latte it in tonn. Impaction invited. John j. Gilligan eighth. Near a Roadway. I phones canal ik02 and 1803. North 1137 or. E. H. Hagerman Denti jux 307 provident Bank bldg. I lion in nil 152 office hours 10 a. To z M., and also by appointment 1065 Central , West 3054- r 2.10 . To k.30 . 8 a. To 10 u. In Railroad employees reply to managers Cleveland. The four Railroad brotherhoods have made their first official statement in answer to the publicity Given out by the railroads for the purpose of winning Public opinion. In answer to the managers claim that the men Are not sincere in their demand for a Shorter workday but arc Only Sirous of securing wage increases the brotherhood officials reply if the companies desire to test the sincerity of the men let them prove their belief in what they say and establish the eight to Day so that the men do not have 10 make a minute of overtime. The Shorter workday is the Only proposition on which the men arc the managers claim that roads in the hands of receivers have not Cut wages. The employees now answer that this fact should not placed to the credit of tile companies themselves but rather to the courts that have denied the right of the railway companies to reduce wages on railroads in the hands of receivers. In answer to the claim that an eight hour Day is impossible it is shown that there Are seven roads in the Southeast Ern and one in the Western territory that pay overtime on an per hour basis. Six roads in the Southeastern and two in the Western territory pay Over time on a 1 per hour basis. Eight in the Southeastern and five in the West Ern territory pay overtime on a per hour Speed Iasi. There is Only one Road in the United states of which have knowledge says the railroaders that works More than the workday namely the work and play nooks say. Tiffin o. Every human being mands a certain amount of work and a certain amount of play said mrs. Barr in an address to churchmen in this City. No Man can labor All the time and Happy neither can at Leisure All the time and Happy. No nation no Community no class of people can keep up without the higher Standard of labor and where labor is put on the lower Standard the More misery the More suffering and criminality there the busiest place in the City Niemes cafe restaurant and billiard Hall 9 w. 5th St. Gus doll Mer. The Hub cafe 42. Fifth St. Cincinnati Ohio Boedeker s old Reserve Bourbon or Rye whiskey 8 years old $1.00 full quart h. Boedeker. 508-1 0 main St. J. H. Fielman dealer in pasteurized milk and Cream Mich Gride Sweet butter and tin 2s19 Vine St. Phone Avon 3116 phone. Elm 49s Morel to l draught Beer meals to order auf Wiede Sehen cafe and Garden i Harry c Rawlings Edw. L Stephany Mer. Comer Madison and Taylor aves. Oakley i lion All goods canal w. 1078 Union Radii Henry Behringer & son tailors and clothiers s. C. Cor. John and Oliver its. Cincinnati o

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