1921 apr 17 baarlaer strike of job printers

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De- al-treth c In Educational Contest i ,e-,- ,e-,- ,e-,- ,e-,- : - V 19 4JOHM LEtSTl'lCtt. , . Determined to win one of the ten College" Scholarships, to be awarded by The Enquirer to the winner of the campaign now being carried on, John Xeiatnor, of 2741 Taber avenue, avenue, a' student at Huehes Hisrh School, is devoting practically all of his spare time to the raising of points that will mean so much to him at the close of the drive. dent Harding in Washington Mon day mornjng. . The convention voted two resolu tions which the Directors are to give to the President one thanking him for his advocacy of the Shcppard-Towner Shcppard-Towner Shcppard-Towner maternity and infancy bill, and the other, their action asking for immediate steps by the President and Congress to call an International disarmament conference. . STRIKE OF JOB PRINTERS Is Predicted TJnless Referendum Is Taken on 44-Hour 44-Hour 44-Hour Week. A strike ln the job-printing job-printing job-printing trade was predicted yesterday by B. A. Daatlaer, of the Cincinnati Typesetting Typesetting Company, unless the printing trades union allow a membership ref erendum before May 1 on the forty-four-hour forty-four-hour forty-four-hour forty-four-hour forty-four-hour week. Mr. Baarlaer said: "The demand for a forty-four-hour forty-four-hour forty-four-hour forty-four-hour forty-four-hour week was decided upon nearly three years auo. long before the present depression In business. Then out of a tout membership of 10,000. lea than one half, or 4,Sf voted for. and U.fll voted against the forty-four forty-four forty-four hour week. Thl show Inst the me themselves are doing their own thinking regardless of their leaders' ambitions. "A forty-four-hour forty-four-hour forty-four-hour forty-four-hour forty-four-hour week will mean from Id tq 10 per cent increase la the cost of printing. Many "employers now favorable to unions will be forced to turn to npn-unlon npn-unlon npn-unlon men to keep their business going." FTJES AVESAGE HXOHES. New York. April 16 Sales during the annual spring fur auctions, which closed to-day, to-day, to-day, amounted to $2,010,000, the sales for to-day to-day to-day totaling 4S0,000. Nutria prices averaged 85 per cent over those of the January sales; squirrel advanced 7tt per cent; German and Russian fitch and mole "skins remained remained unchanged; wolf declined from 10 to 20 per cent. ' and . brown and black bear dropped 20 per cent ' If she's worthy of she's worthy f VfieHoUX (ouftjcvi "Quite the Nicest Chocolate Covered Nuts. HOTEL SINTON

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer17 Apr 1921, SunPage 25

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)17 Apr 1921, SunPage 25
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