The Oklahoma Labor Unit (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 51, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 3, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY; THEY'RE LOYAL TO YOU
LEADING OKLAHOMA CITY CONCERNS WHO SOLICIT THE CO-OPERATION OF ORGANIZED LABOR AND THEIR FRIENDS I 5
WEMAKE HELIOTROPE ® CHOCTAW FLOUR
OKLAHOMA CITY MILL & ELEVATOR CO., OKLAHOMA CITY
the -s QU are dea L." hardware store pjrst We Make The Cloth—Then The Garments p RANZ HA T CO.
The Store of Union Principles where Stock is complete and Prices right
Builders' Material, Tools
Cutlery and Paint
■*cVmoL ma" Klein Hardware Co.
11) MAIN STREET
MADE TO ORDER
in our own shop by experi-
enced UNION TAILORS
t i t In National Hotel BuUJinf. Packin|tow : s
Wants the business of every laboring man in the
city and surrounding country
All Deposits Guaranteed Under Our State Laws
Plasty of maoaf to loan at all tinea, lateraat on aavinca da
Co«a to and tee u We wait to know >w
J. n BRiWNlNU. w S GUTHRIE. G. L. BROWNING
President V-Preaident Caahiar
THE ONLY STORE IN OSLA-
THEIR OWN HATS
228 Went Grand
W rids Largest Tailors—96 Stores
17 NORTH HARVEY Arcl5^i,n8
It you have preacriptions to fill it atanda to
reaaun that you want reliable, trustworthy
p«oplc to fill them. Th. delicacy of the work, and the penaltie. for inaccuracy are
matt.r. too grave to entrust to any but leaooned experienced pharmaciata. We.tf.ll', i.
primarily a pre.cript.on drug .tore. Thi. work i. the foundat.on for our busmeaa. we
are .pecial.ats in it. Experienced people are here to aerve you at all Irmea. Ne.t t.mc
k you have pre.cript.on. to fill ju.t try We.tf.HV And now that Christmas come, we
1 wi.h to c.-Jl your attention to the e.t-n.rve l.r.e of Hohday merchand,.. we have ready.
Perfume.. Toilet Set.. Huyler. Candrc. Ea.tman kodak, rndeed from new on Meat,
fail's will be a Christmas Bazaar.
Caitman Kodaks, Developing and Printing. WESTFALL DRUG CO.
Free Messenger Delivery. If out of town, or- wholseale and retail
EVERYTHING IN READINESS FOR
JUNE MEETING AT
der by mail.
You can get thla Label at
. fe j&j i -•
M. W. WILLIAMS
1 1 1 N. Robinson
Oklahoma Ctty, Okla.
For Men: Kirschbaum Clothing and Florsheim
Shoes are a good combination. Men s Hats,
too, are right if bought here
Price Is It
"Price Is It
GRAND AND HARVEY
Tradesmens State Bank
Cor. Grand Ave, and Robinson St . | j
Is especially well organized and equipped for caring for rites welds
of mechanics and wage earners No account is too small Kw our
careful attention, nor too large for our facilities.
You and your Business are always
FRANK J. WIKOFF,
j. c. McClelland,
J. E. MUNHALL,
Practically every detail has been
completed for the June meeting of the
Oklahoma City Jockey club. The
track is being put into the pink of
condition and horses are reaching the
Fair Grounds every day. Officers
named to preside over the meeting
give assurance that it is the purpose
of the club to have everything con-
ducted alonn first class lines. The
meeting will begin Tuesday. June 13
and end July 4.
The two big races of the season
will be the Derby on the opening day !
and the Independence Handicap. Hach
will be for a purse of $1,000 ami gives j
some idea of the liberality of the club.
In addition to the two big purses,
there will be any number of other
substantial stakes held out to owners.
There will positively be as many as
six races every day, and possibly
more on certain occasions. Pew
purses for less than $200 have been
arranged, and the book just issued
for the first week contains many
races for which $300 are offered.
Three of the officers of the club
are well known in Oklahoma while the
others are known by reputation. K. C
Smith, the new presiding judge, comes
here from New York City with the
highest endorsement, including the
may be secured, and no detail has
been overlooked in the way of pro- •
viding accommodations for horses as
well as trainers and attendants.
Labor Organizations Have Secured
the Passage of Many Remedial
Washington The Ohio legislature
has recessed until May 31, but so far
in the session the following laws;
have been passed:
Requiring reports to state shop in-
spector of fatal or totally disabling
accidents to factory operatives.
Requiring guarding of elevators and
shafts against accidents.
Increasing penalties for failure to
guard dangerous machinery.
Increasing the penalty for failure to
safeguard dangerous machinery after
being condemned by the state factory
(living city and state inspectors co-
equal powers in notifying building
contractors of failure to place safety
counterfloors in structures.
Making it an offense to counterfeit
the union label or to use the name
or seal of a labor union without au-
Limiting hours of working women
to 10 hours a day and 54 hours a week,
except In mercantile establishments |
and hotels and household servants.
Worklngmen's compensation act.
creating a state board of awards to
make awards to injured workmen and
the dependent heirs of workmen killetl |
by accidents in industries, from a
state insurance fund, to which the em-1
ployer, if he eelcts to accept the law j
and regularly employs more than fivei
persons, shall contribute 90 per cent
and the employes 10 per cent of the;
assessments, and the awards to be \
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"IT'S A BIRD"
TEA. COFFEE, SPICES, CANNED
GOODS, EXTRACTS. ETC.
All Strictly "Pure Food 'Products
M S. Looter Mfr. OKLAHOMA CITT. OIL LA.
THE BARTELDES SEED CO.
SEED H O USE
CALL AND GET CATALOGUE
627-29 WEST MAIN STREET
937 and 938
937 and 938
High Grade Cleaners, Pressers and Hatteri. Give us atrial. 420 N. Bdy.
:: ART GLASS AND MIRROR CO.
, , , , i r liisslfied by schedule. Employers re
ntral Jockey club^mder whose aus-1 fnslng ,0 ,,le lau. denied
the defenses of contributory negli-
gence, fellow servant law and assumed
risk In suits for damages
Davis School of Shorthand
pices the meeting will be held. He
lias held positions of trust in the east,
where his work as presiding judge not
only gave satisfaction to the owners
and trainers but received the highest
commendation from the public.
J. Ij. Hall, the new associate and
paddock judge, is also a stranger in
this section, but not at Sheepshead
Bay, where he was connected with rac-
ing in various capacities. Mr
Oklahoma City, Okh.
Church and Memorial Windows, Plata Glaaa, Window Gla
Florentine Glass, Chipped Gluts. Priam Glaaa, Bevel Plstea «
Cryatal, Sheeta Set in Copper, Metal, Glazier'a Diamonds react.
Automobile Glaosea put in tampa. Automobile Glaaaea, Mirrora
The Only Mirror and Beveling Works in the Stata
J. W. THALIIEIMER. M.n.l.r TELEPHONE N. 5097
428 W..I Main Strt.l
ed Glaaa and
Intensely Interesting Information
That Is Never Given General
Publicity Heard in Congress.
Washington — While every inter-
office Phone 4790. Reaidencc Phono 1930
Typewriting and English
R. L. DAVIS, Proprietor
Rooms SO 1-502-S03 Security Bids. Cor. Main and Harvey
OKLAHOMA CITY. OK1.A.
Write for Catalogue
BARTH ELL'S PHARMACY
PHONli MAIN I65
PHONE IN YOUR WANTS
EVERYTHING IN DRUGS
Corner Robinson and California Oklahoma City
was also recommended by the Central lance in Congress is duly recorded by j
stenographers and appears in the Con-
gressional Record, and while hearings
before committees and commissions
are likewise a matter of record, yet,!
owing largely to the voluminous
printed documents the greater portion
of vital matters are lost to view. Just
recently in a speech made on the floor i
of the House the following facts were
staled; having been collected by the
New York Child Labor Commission:
Children's dresses are paid for ;it i
the rate of 50 cents per dozen, the
average daily output for one person in
thirteen hours is one dozen.
Violets are made for 3% cents per
gross, and a mother, three girls and a
grandmother earn 60 cents per day.
The average wage of an entire fam-
ily at garment finishing is from 60 to
•Jockey club and it goes without say
ing that he will give perfect satisfac-
tion. The Central Jockey club never
indorses a man unless it knows him.
Others officers include Arthur Mc-
Knight, starter; l . A. Brady, clerk of
the scales, and I. S. Mahan, secretary,
all of whom are well known through-
out the southwest. Mr. McKnight has
served as starter for two years and
has the distinction of being a man
who never lets a barrier fly up until
there is every indication of a good
break. He understands jockeys and
the methods some use, and will not
tolerate anything but fair play -at the
post. For two years Mr. Brady served
in the capacity of presiding judge. His
work was satisfactory in every re-
spect, and for that reason the club
We are Fair
and carry a complete line of the Bent llnrdwnre that can be bought
today. We want your buaineaa and will guarantee aatiafaction and
prompt attention to apecial ordera.
Ill N. Broadwar
STORM & FRICKS0N HARDWARE CO
HARDWARE FOR IIARDWEAR
I VV Fl)\\ \KI)S Pre- and Trias. W W i'.DW \M">S, Sen and Mur
II II \!( )EUSe lll'.L, Vice I'res
New State Shirt and Overali Mfy. Co.
New State Brand Union Made Shirts and Overalls
Phona 1942 4tk ""d Clark Oklahoma City
prevailed upon him to remain this 170 cents per day.
Making cigarette wrappers brings
10 cents per 1,000, and a woman work-
ing from f a. m. to 12 p. m. can make
$2 per week.
Wants to be Your
128 W. Second Si.
Sash & Door
DARLING MILL C£
oklahoma city. u. s. a.
year and act as clerk of the scales.
The track at the Fair Grounds is
being worked out every night, and
already the trainers are getting their
horses ready for the opeing day. Ow-
ing to the long drought, the track
became hard and dry. Sprinklers and
the recent big rain have combined to
make the ground soft and easy
the horses to negotiate. Ii arrows All
used every night to keep it from get
j ting hard again, and the trotting meet
; lias been postponed until after the
It. is estimated that there are now
j no less than two hundred head of
horses at the grounds, and more are
coming in on nearly every train from
the north, east, west and south.
• Juarez, Oakland, Jacksonville, Tampa,
j Pensacola, Kentucky, Texas, Kansas,
j Missouri and many other cities and
states arc represented at the track,
! and it is the purpose of the Oklahoma
1 City Jockey club to have everything
! open and above board. Under no cir-
j cuinstances will Sunday racing be per-
I initted, even though there might be
no protest, and the management pro-
poses to see that every one gets a
I square deal. The racing meet is eon-
' ducted solely for the purpose of pro-
i (noting live stock and the Oklahoma
! State Fair. Those interested figure
that it is a divertiseinent well worth
j while so long as everything is clean
and legitimate, and they do not care
to indulge in the recklessness that has
caused considerable agitation in some
states and the abolition of the race
i track, at least temporarily, in other
Owners and trainers at the Fair
j Grounds are unanimous in declaring
Oklahoma Ctiy an ideal place to quar-
| ter horses There is, in addition to
I the numerous large and commodious
barns, one of the best alfalfa fields
in this section of the country. This
lis used for grazing purposes by every j hours per day, while the
! owner at the grounds. There ar * jt\ of the skilled trad
(plenty of pumps where well water j eight-hour basis.
still more "overlapping."
Washington Australia. although t
tor | conspicuous for the political influence!
exerted by the unions, appears not yet
to have arrived at the Utopian mecca.
There is now another contest on, one
among many, between the Cold Stor-
age Employes' union and the Rural
Workers' union over jurisdiction or
"overlapping." The contention arises
over the claims by both the Cold Stor-
age Workers' and the Rural Workers'
organizations for jurisdiction over the
butter factory employes.
Washington—Representatives of the.
parties concerned in the existing dis-
pute between the coal miners and tin-
operators of British Columbia and Al-
berta held a consultation and have re
quested Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King
to name a chairman of a board of con-
ciliation to investigate the contro-
versy. The minister of labor imme-
diately selected Dr. C. W. Cordon of
Winnipeg. It is stated that the selec-
tion is acceptable, for the reason that
Dr. Gordon is familiar with mining
conditions and has shown a sympa-l
thetic interest in the lives and work
of the miners.
millmen cease work.
Curtis & Gartside Co.
Sash and Doors, interior Finish
Office Fixtures, Stair Work
Largest Factory in the State Strictly Wholesale
The Continental Creamery Co.,
Oklahoma City, Okla.
FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER
Ask your grocer for Meadow Gold Butter, put up in aealed packngra. air tight, dual
and odor proof. None better. Manufactured by the Continental Creamery Co. of Okla.
yirls to be able to receive the highest
You can do this at Hill's Business Col-
Intelligent labor is always in demand
and receives the highest pay.
Why not educate YOUR boys and
Hill's Business Col-
In flPi Oklahoma City. U.iA-
y< PHONE 343-4
Washington The Mill
sociation of Buffalo, X.
to meet and confer with
representing the United
Owners as ,
a committee :
of Carpenters relative to cliangeB of |
conditions, and as m result 400 men j
quit work. The mills are working ten
are on an
133 West Main
Oldest Established Jewelry
House in the City
apectora for Shr1'
K.. A T. It#*
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Casler, Howard M. The Oklahoma Labor Unit (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 51, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 3, 1911, newspaper, June 3, 1911; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106991/m1/3/: accessed October 23, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.