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The Labor Advocate (Newspaper) - October 28, 1916, Cincinnati, OhioThe labor advocate 5 organizer of Street car men coming to Covington Lac inn Orr will Ink a up flacon Lilac do Panto. Re on Orr National organizer of the Street car employees Union is expected in Covington Kyd a late monday to Confer with officials of the Quot Green line company with reference to securing the reinstatement of six men who were discharged. 1�?Tolk Laffoon Secretary of the cd a n. C. Company has made formal answer to the written communication of tile Union. The Union had asked that the company accept As the third member of the arbitration committee one from a list of names which was submitted. Laffoon did not state what answer the company made hut it is believed that in View of the fact that he sent a request to the Union Headquarters in Detroit asking for a representative to he sent to Covington the company refused to accept any of those suggested by the Covington Union. It is believed that after organizer Orr arrives arrangements will he made for an amicable settlement. Rule let ii will kits Stit kit. Sherman Applegate Mukon ii Appeal As u in Ion Man to Union men for Ali or support in ills Ataee for county commissioner. Or. Sherman Applegate democratic candidate for county commissioner is a Union Man of the old school having carried a card for the past Twenty on year her two years he carried a eard in bricklayers local n o. 2, in Oving ton Kentucky and for the balance of the time has carried a card in Cincinnati local to. Is. At the time of the bricklayer strike or. Applegate immediately told All Lumen to remain and that he would pay them the additional wages regardless of the outcome of the strike. Union men will no doubt cast their vote for the men that they consider fair to them a it i unnecessary to a that a Man of or Applegate Landing should have the vote of even thinking Union Man who Lias the int arc to of unionism in his heart Koit time keep judges out of politics Maurice h. Donahue Niagara Falls it Ontario a freight handlers employed in the grand trunk Railroad Yards Are on strike for $3.25 a Day. The company in its on a piece work system. matinee daily worlds Best vaudeville new shows Start each sunday Telephone event 1196 1 Fred. Wiethe i Fine shoes and children Union Viade shoes 1214 Linn Street Cincinnati o. Telephone West �106-x cleaning by Elm repairing and preening at reasonable prices n. Siegel amp son Only Union merchant tailors in Brighton or overcoat Mode to order $18 and up 2172 Central Avenue. Brighton Pedretti amp son Fresco artists and decorators tinting and printing i Tail mini Tirol Herb Noil knee poll Tica urging w Ilson s Kloc Tiomi. New York oct. 20.�?chiefs of the four Railroad brotherhoods have sent a personal Appeal in the form of a circular letter to their member throughout the country urging them to vote for the reelection of president Wilson it via announced Here tonight by to. Sites vice president of the brotherhood of Railroad trainmen t he Appeal it was Aid. Was based not Only on the ground that i resilient w Ilson had obtained legislation Tav Oralde to labor generally but that lie had been responsible also for legislation beneficial to masses of the people. Or. Sines in making the announcement declared this was tin first time in the history of the that they had departed from their a traditional police of keeping out of .1a a Monk Union s 10 won ninth st. Cincinnati o. / Cpl iii in Canil 2r4 phone canal -i19h Frieman tailoring co. D. Frieman. Prop 138 East court st. Cincinnati o. Residence 831 Richmond st. Strictly Union Tai Orinc Corryville shoe store a. Seiler i h Ilyf ill shoes and rubbers Felt and rubber Boot Arctic 2530 v Ink Street near Calhoun Telephone North i ins a John Schwarz 1 a i Olry a anti Triail dealer in Fine shoes Union Shenem f�r/1��?�#"uely a 752 a nil 754 Mcmillan is. W Anu t Hills it Inird he oust in la Tori to solve Scaer problem. Salt Francisco Cal 1 first Steps in an attempt to solve the Janatte a labor Proli Lem on the in acidic coast have been taken it was announced Here today with the formation of nine japanese labor unions to affiliate in a separate Japan Clabor Council. It was announced that the movement would lie extended throughout a California Oregon and Washington. The action follows suggestions made recently by Samuel omit per. Lac ident of the american federation of labor in a letter to san Francisco labor leaders. It. Suzuki president of tie labourer Friendly society of Japan who fathered organization of the japanese said he. Would have japanese workmen in i California members of such unions within a year. A judge should he a Learned Matt lie should he a Wise Man but above All he Klotild he a Good Man human in his Outlook on the world with Clear headed notions about Justice Ami some understanding of men s impulses there is no Way on Earth to determine whether this Man or that has in him the making of a Good judge without trying him out on the Job As a judge. A cause a Man is a Good lawyer it does not follow that he will make a Good judge and if a Man is a Good politician it May reasonably follow that lie will make a Imd judge. The people of Ohio realized this when they took the judiciary out of partisan politics. Now. The Way to make it easy for a judge to slay out of politics i to let him realize that if lie a Loe ins Job Well and honestly he won t need politics to help him Hohl his Job. Two Suplene court judge arc to he elected this fall. Among the candidate Are two of the present judge both of these men have done Well. I hey have show n an understanding of progressive Inland tin Superior value of Man Over Money. They Are tin people s judges they have made Good. They hold in re elected Tibet a names Are Jam its Johnson m Ai it it it ii. Dona lit it. Itah of these men has had one term nor the Bench. Their name will he found on a nonpartisan ballot separate from the other ballots Cincinnati Post. Onia 111 i a i it it it on it Oak. Spokane. W Ash. The linemen employed by tin Pacific states Telephone i stupa ii wire compelled to Trike to Sci in the i charge of an incompetent Foreman who a daily endangering their live. N11 amicable adjustment of tin matter had been pending for a month the Toni Page refusing to give a definite answer to tin men s request. In order to Force the a tie the Union met and instructed it number to cease work in my Days time the objectionable Foreman was released and the Strikel returned to work bit profits in st it i. Dim Tiera let null inti for Juil i of tin supreme court of a Hilo for ii second term. Judge Maurice ii. Donahue is a candidate for a second term As judge of the supreme court of this state l in should receive the Earnest support of every working Man in Ohio. Judge Donahue comes from the ranks of labor lie has risen by sheer Pluck. Q we arc Ike Only Cuaton tailor in iii City who make elot Kea with the Union Label in then. I Levy <�3 i inc re Man 809 Vine Opp. Emp Reaa theatre 428 Vine Opp. Arcade phone West 2095 Joseph Beran Florist Cut Flowers for All occasion 1 funeral work a specially 838 Clark Street Cincinnati. O reiters Home for Quality i for Union made work shirt j overalls suspenders i 1437 main Street. Neil a sir to Man theatre i Henry Reiter. Prop. Of i William f. Kruse of 7 t i new l re. The Lackawanna steel company earned a net in Stu of ,-1u� in tin Quarter ended september 30. A gain of .<3. In�,032 ver the. In pending period last year. After paying his Lerest and writing a it More for Depre Cian it a than a year before the corporation profit was .,11 111,71111. An increase of 4t2.i4tt.u7lj, am at the annual rate of �13.311 per cent it it a the Stock. In the titi a month ended with september the company wrote from earning .$l.347,7 is for depreciation Mon than three time As much a in Lite same period in 1113, Ami had remaining a. Profit i i --.�titi.uie. This a almost too per cent larger than in the Lair it a Quarter last year. In a till a order a of septem Lier Jit Arnol tulle Ltd to 745.094 tons a total of �153.0111 toils greater than twelve months before. Vote for e. S. Beaman Lloyt. M. Ii. Donahue. Industry and ability from the Coal my Nelo a cat on the highest judicial tribunal ill the tat it he was Horn on a farm in the Southern part of in err Ltd Unity. I father having two month before i on Hirth to an Early age lie a compelled to labor for the support if him Elf and his Widow�-<1 Mother lir to upon a farm then m a Stone Quarry then in the Coal mine later he tatty it Bool. And at Nineteen year of am a elect esl a a i per intendant of the Public Sehon Ltd v Ornis in. A Lilio. \ a chill he attended the Public clumps when compelled to work lie tidied at night and when he had finished the High drool Cottre took up tin higher branches under the private Tutor while lie a till teaching school he took to the study of Law. And at Twenty one years of age was admitted to it prac tic i course since that time has been steadily Onward and upward until he i Navy recognize-1 As urn 1 Thim to jurists of the tale. Yet. With All his us Eek he has never forgotten the hardship of his earlier a lays nor Luke who were his companions ill toil lie i till the Ante modest unassuming intelligent gentleman and still has a warm spot in the heart of those who knew him As a boy and Young Man. I Lis career should he an inspiration Lithe Hoy Anil Young men of Ohio lie de Ervi and should receive the support not Only of every working Man who a Hope and ambitions for Hinti on Hilt al of of every voter in Ohio who believe in Pluck and Industry and ail Able fair and impartial administration of in name will appear on the separate non partisan judicial ballot n o voter1 will he required to scratch his ticket o vote for judge Donahue for a second term. Mil lit it wants �?~1.111111 Quot Fine shoes Union mud shot no. 1635 rut st. Lor. Grit is. Mound 0. I i i of Halo furn Bingo Robert j. Thuman i Vine and Green Streta Cincinnati. Telephone canal 1178-l i 1�?~honr a 62 a Ltd Ufim Hail . J j under new Mana gement Brighton hotel restaurant and cafe special inducement to Street car boy j Fred. Abaecherli. Prop. Central ave. Opp i ref Man ave. Indium to. 0. J Norman t. Groves Sample. Room the in a r lot Coco a Tell a a a 1 in a 124-130 a a it Coart st. It court st. Market it. Ciacia Aati. 0 a in i a. Imp often a my a it Mcm tic wire l to i a. Olin of i. Pc torn h 4 v. I 11 in a. To a Quot 71. both Dick lamberts j Union cafe j ladies and gents dining room s. W. Corner 12lh a nil Elm streets j phone canal 3952 a for county auditor on the Republican ticket Telephone canal 53 / c a a i x a. J. Birj tailor in tor Secretary or state \ in a in run a Tutt a Venn a it 112.3 Walnut Street a Haki 1 he hike am 1 Cincinnati. O. Lii iii Llu be Ellul Dix a 1 i i Quot Kiwi Uhr s night i a-1. Inf re curb a Haj Isby Boedeker s old Reserve Bourbon or Rye whisky 8 years old $1.00 full quart h. Boedeker 508-i0 Muir Street i Las. Ltd. . Secretary of state Charles o. Hihl Hrant a always Lii ii the Friend of labor and during his two terms in Congress i record there met tin approval of organized labor. During i Agni Buist Aati ii a Secretary of state lie has been not Only f air hut representatives of organized labor have always met with a cordial Ami sincere Welcome whenever they appeared in Liis department. Sime his election in Lull organized labor leaders throughout the Stenti have realized for the first time that they have a Friend at tin Bead of the department of state one who is always on the Job Ami ready to extend the right hand of Fellowship to labor upon any and All occasions. Lie k a candidate on the Republican ticket for re election As Secretary of state and his Many labor friends Are Loyal and enthusiastic in his support. Clias. Q. Republican candidate for Secretary of stale. Lautic Cit. N i in an addres tithe Merican Rie railway a Soria to Quot to Ivy i. Lee. Of it w York suggest-1 in that trained publicist he employed of that editor would insider such mat 1 a authentic and Piil ii hit on it Merit alone # _ Trade unionists in this City Are won deling if the Rockefeller interest Are preparing to cast adrift or. Lee and if i., is to trampling 1&Quot it an am Hor to Windward la making this lice Tim to i Luetrie railway manager. Ditrinco the recent tribe of Colorado miners. I be had Char e it al the Aerator publicity i Urlau or fore the commission on Industrial relations it was shown that much if the printed matter in this Cam pain was mailed in Hulk from to e. To it i h Vrr a Licor it ii rrntiilr�1 ii Ilia a duals in the Colorado Iron and annl w As also shown that Lee policy was Quot you must be careful what Hom is you implant in the mind of tin vomit to a. New a Fivi to one vote the m pm hers of a it t local Union of the Lam Thor Hood of carpenters have voted to a ent the rei of the pc a ini committee elected ii the recent l Ort Worth convention. These unions were suspended 1-n a of their violation of Law in connection i if their wage movement last Smi Zuei Thev then secured an injunction a Iam to general i resident i list Pesoli. Of the i the fort Worth ii. Ilion. After a full investigation the general officers were sustained and tin new yorkers ordered to withdraw the Ininns tii 111 a the first requisite of reinstate ment a Bieh must be worked out under the direction of the general officers who have been unyielding in their demand that the brotherhoods Laws he complied with p. Buschmann 3941 Spring Grove ave. Ftp i t line of Union made shoes Alto a full line of school shoes to Quot. I Slov Mamont a North i foie fishing and Outing club Joseph Spangler Saloon phone cd no a 4630-x 1904 Vine st. A Caitlin nor phone. On j9a, phone. Avonzo Jos. P. Stenger Oft Gocr and it Tut i Fine monuments 509 e. Rum Avenue st Bernard 0. J in per Ltd a. Cloth a Brill strap. A ii kind to. j. J. Ritchie my Rule a to intr a All Good leather g00ps made to of Der 1058 Linn st. Cincinnati. O. Jos. A. Schuman tilt Niue t. I i Kim Voeuk grocer Choice Somheil meat fruit and vegetables 1321 Linn Street icon. Of Laurel phone want 377 phone Wal 13us-y plot Mck tailoring company tailors one squirt from Clark or is ill sir tit cars 1024 Linn Street Cincinnati. O

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