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BOY'S SUITS —
1907 Hewitt Aye.
Gent's Clothing and Furnishings
Our Prices Always Right
Thompson's Variety Store
2921 Hewitt Avenue
Kenipmbcr that ours i- i seasonable store. The Holiday Season is
coming soon anil goods are arriving daily. We must niiike room and will
dispose of all Millinery Stock nt very lowest prices. Bm us first.
SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY
Weborg's Milk Bread
Wrapped in Sanitary Waxed —Ask Your Grocer for It
AMERICAN BAKING COMPANY
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For Sale and Trade
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One Gas Range One Remington Auto Rifle
One Oil Cook Stove One 22-Caliber Marlin
Phone Ind. 543Y
Save Your Money On
C H RISTM AS_GOODS
A special sale at wholesale prices. To close out big stock
of toys, dolls, books and all kinds of stationery store goods.
Your opportunity to select at the lowest prfces ymi ever got.
W. A. HODGINS
The Moorfield Mineral
Will Make You ssg^i~3 SO
Well and Keep je jL. -- " [" m
You Well Jllfflte^^^
Tf you are sick or run down come and Investigate this simple remedy,
wliicli aids nature to restore normal health. Hundreds of Everett people
are ready and perfectly willing to bear us out in every statement we make.
\\V will gladly give you their names.
J. G. Helseth, Proprietor
Single bath $1.00, 6 baths for $5.00
IND. 833 X a 928 WETMORE
|U| ■■>«•% d I*mL. Goods Called for and Delivered
iYiiiiiicynidiici Phone Ind . 26jZ
I*l rM»I ln n nmi r\ William J. Lissack, Prop.
CLEANING PARLORS I•» Dry and Steam Cleaning,
■"■"■"■■■■-•■^—■—■—■« • Alterations, Repairing, Pressing
2814 BROADWAY nn d Dyeing
i KEEP GROCERY CO. ;
J 1911 HEWITT
J FANCY AND STABLE GROCERIES—HEADQUAKTKKi, FOk KKESH '
KANCH BUTTER AND EGGS.. 5
, Sunset I'honc 197 Ind. Phone 437 J
PAINIAGES yv\«tinc?^ 2:30
AAUDEVILLE Eve'gs 7:30, Q
INCENTIVE TO HONESTY.
1 >i-tli.t Attorney Wise, of New York.
rivi'iith remarked 1 lvii, ol 1 lie 1 in|il.i\
.if n wrerkeil Imnk who -tin, 1 1,,r the
govrrnment hi orlnilnni provi lings
iigiiinnt the presiilenl of the eimcern, not
OM is now eni|.l,,\,,| in n New York
Mr. Wiso icetni 1 a have Infw lh»l
11 lialik clerk wIIOM I e-l inh>ii\ . lincX-l
[court mihpoenn, helps send hin itipcriof
to tlie penitent inry is nol 1 r.li-.l with
; fnvnr by .1 hoi bankers \.i ono hlumiM '
[Infer, however, that nlhci Imnkx reallj
iwUh a dishonest bank president to escape
[punishment. On the eonl rary, ol late,
[bly-city banks lim\ taken inmh pain*
land expense to enfor>v sound banking.
I Very likely they in not exempt, how
[ever, from the general rule that eon
[sclentlous iinlepcn.lrit.v on the part of b
[subordinate doesn't specialty appeal to
Keeping the Institution* conscience »
the prerogative of the boas, with which
mere clerks are not mippoiied to meddle.
I'IIIIIIIIIIII I il\ many employers whom own
dealings are well within the law would
Forgive perjurous loyalty to an employer
more readily than they would forgive
enforced dlvulgence of incriminating of
fice secrets to a public prosecutor.
The dutj that the clerk owes to his
employer i- supposed to be superior to
lln dut\ In owes I" tociet] which nat
urallj brings up another Iwell in for the
condition mentioned by Mr, Wise. When
II bank tails, the older and more 11.1
vaneed clerks I md themselves at a tre
mendoufl disadvantage. Banking is their
trade; but other banks, ■ rule, want
onlj young men who will begin at the
bottom niul work up. They have ndmir
able civil service rules, under which the
more responsible, better paid positions
are filled by promotion.
The advanced clerk in a wrecked bank
confront* 1 lyttem thai Ims no place for
him. The president wln> wrecked the
bank has robbed him of the benefits of
his experience and thrust him, eompara
tivch speaking, back where he was at
the beginning. The president, in short,
owed no duty whatever to the clerks —
or, if he did owe a duly, he certainly
didn't pay it. —Saturday Evening Post.
ONLY A FEW CENTS.
Tn the Stone Age I family named
Smith consisted of grandfather, <?rand
motlier, lather, mother and seven off
spring. A neighbor named Jones, in a
moment of sportive inebriety, dropped
■ la lire rock into the Smith domicile and
broke one of the children's legs. When
the Smiths protested he demonstrated
by means of sticks that, as the fninily
originally possessed twenty-two legs and
he line] broken only one, his damage
;< mounted merely lo four and a half per
cent, which was v small matter to make
trouble between neighbors.
This arithmetical method has been ex
tensively used ever since. A recent, tariff
argument affords a typical illustration
of it, as follows: Customs duties
amount to three dollars and a half a
head. The democrats, judging by the
bills that passed the house at the extra
session, will reduce these duties at most
by one-fourth. One-fourth of three dol
lars and a half is eighty seven and one
half cents. Therefore, if a democratic
president and congress are elected it will
make a difference of only eighty-seven
and a half cents to each voter.
The wool in an ordinary unit of clothes
costs only three or four dollars; so what
difference does it really make to the
consumer whether the tariff is a little
higher or a little lower? The freight
on a pair of shoes from Boston to St.
l-ouis [| only 11 few Gents; so why should
anybody object to a twenty per cent ad
umiT in freight rates? The Steel Trust
iaaued five hundred million dollars of
common stork that was water, on which
it pay-, five per ceiil, dividends; but if
you divide the dividends by the output
you will see that to the man who buys
a hundred pounds of barbed wire it
really amounts to nothing at all.
Hardly any problem comes up but
somebody is at hand to work a simple
example in long division and thus prove
that the thing is really too trivial to
talk about. A grave is only five feet
deep: but it makes l |iiile a dil'lereu, .
whet her you are at the top or tho bot
HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO
BE THE EDITOR?
An exchange say%: "How would you
like to be In- editor of the home papei
and sit at your desk six days out i|
the week, four weeks a month, and
twelve mouths out of a year, and have
luefa oopy m tho following to edit?
Mrs. Jones, "i Cactus reek, let a can
opener slip last week ami cut herself
in the pantry. A mischievous hiss of
Piketown threw a stone and struck Mr.
Pike in t!i. alleyway, Tuesday. John
Doe climbed on the roof of his liousi.
last week looking for a leak and fell.
►Inking himself on the bai-k porch.
While Harold Green was escorting Miss
Violet home from the church social Sat
urday night n savage dog attacked them
and bit Mr. Oreen four times in the
public square. Mr. Long, while harness
j iiifr n broncho last Sunday, was kicked
; just south of the corn crib."— National
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Kill " K.I
sou could Make thirtj i Wl
that iwo he tdi '
boj ■ '. I'lull
Proprietor Well, well him
I lippim iitt'ii
There* n dour wee pink li'l l>nhy on
tlii- train \ few mlnutr »so in pldei
ly man n|i]ii' I to peek-a-boo at it.
N I 111.- \ "Uii:'-li i," In- In ii d*
inure mother. "I hope \"» will bring
bin up to be :ni upright, comcientlout
"\r>.." sinili", (In- jronßg iiiiiininii. ''lull
I'm iiliniil it will lie a Ml difficult."
"1 Oil IIH'II 11111--I klH'» ." —|i >ll t I 1.!
liriii so l» Ihe t r*e Inclined. 1 "
"I know it," npreed mamma, "but thfa
twij; is bent on being n trirl. nnil we are
inclined to let ii go at that."— Portland
\ holy in a southern tOWD received
notice from her cook that that lady was
about to leave her service in order (o
enter into the holy state of matrimony.
"Why," said -he. "Cliloe. I didn't even
know you had an admirer."
"i ill, vass ma'am, for some time."
"\\ hi. ran it be. Chli.e':"
"Don't you member, Ifiss Liseie, dal
I attended de funeral of a fren' oh mine
about two weeks ago?"
"Waal, ma-am, it's de corps' husband."
Michael Casey, a politician in Ba>
r'raiuiseo who has been in office and on
the city payroll for many years, WU
addressing a meeting of liis fellow citi
zens. It was a labor meeting.
"I'liaw!" says he. "'as the tuii.' is
Casey, ■'that you are (he great body p<>
lifif in (his city. Yon arc the roots an I
trunk of our great municipal tree, while
we who represent you in office are mere
ly the branches on that magnifieieut
"True for you. Mike." piped a man in
the back of the hall; "but did ye ever
not ice all the fruit grows on the
branches';" Saturday Evening Post.
• SAINT AND SINNER
The poor man.-, sins are glaring.
In the fuel "of ghostly warning.
He is cnught in the fact
Of an overt net —
Bsying greens on Sunday morning. —
The rich man's sin-; arc hidden
In tin: pomp of wealth and station.
And escapes the sight
Of the children of liyht,
Who are wise in their generation.
The rich man lias a kitchen
And cooks to dreui his dinner;
The poor who would roast
To the bakei s mn-t post.
And llnis lie,ure a sinner.
The rich man lias a cellar,
And a butler ready by liim:
The poor must gteei
For his pint hi beer
Where the saint can't choose but
The rich man's painted windows
Hide the concert* of tße quality;
The pOOl can but -hare
A cracked fiddle in the air.
Which offend* ii'-l bound nmralitx.
The rich mas i- invi-'ble
In t lie crowd of bis '.ay Bocietj :
I'.uk ihe poor ii'.; ii ■ delight
I- a sole in th
And i stench tXI Mil nnse of piety.
The i h man h'- n i sjniage
W her■■ no rude ivts i :ni flout hill;
The | r man' i I uni
Is i iliird-cla-- I rain,
\\ ith the ilayii:l . ,r aboul him.
he i Ich man goes out yachting,
Where &anetitv -.m t [-i.i-.-u.- him;
The poor man gpea afloat
In h four-penny ! f-i',
Whvre the bishop n .:■- to view him
THO\fAS 7.OVJE I'KACOv 'ft.
In New York a liiiwition to elimi
nate the middleman has been entered
into by thotuaiidi of beada of families
and 500 retail deaki - A swarm of can
vassers are- trolling hundreds in the
movement. 'II:. association plans to act
M ■ clearing house between producer
ami consumer. This is the beginning of
the end. The people ire beginning to
learn that they can control the necessi
ties of life. The non-producer is doomed
The price of sugar is the highest in
twenty-two years. Colonel Kelson, of
the Kansas City Star, sa>-s: "The ad
vance is due, sugar brokers say, to spec
ulation, and there is no reason why sugar
should be higher now than lu»t Febru
ary." Tlii, is another proof that the
people should be their own nugar tru»t.
UK ANN'S COMPT.IMKNTS TO
H G OTIS OF THE LOS
lli» mother win probably " respect*
able woman, win), lirruniiiijT frightened
l> t v nmi hideous nightmare, brought
forth a ninn-ttcr. Hamlet might "mi
pack his mrses" levelrd tit. I In' iii.lln
unanliu of his »lre. I cfln but wondorj
V li:il will In ..Mir of |ll!> I Illltl lilitOT
when the lirvalh leavel Mi feculent
body nnil iii:iili slops the r*Uling ol hi«i
ilu'vi i\ Imiiii. H.i he In iiiiiil foi heaven]
nnd too foul foi hell lip cannot be bwr l
h'il in »';ii ili lest he provoke a pesti
lence, nor in the ien I.- t he pofaion ho
ii-li. ii"i' sunn' in Bpace like Miihomct's
coffin lest the circling worldi in trying
to avoid I'l.iiiiiiniii iiinn. rranh ther, i
wrock the nnlvei ■-. and bring the nol
-I'lnc reign of Chaos and old Night. Tha
Damrascai seems to be n white elephant I
on the handi of the Deity, and I have
■ome curiosity to know what He will I
do with it.
INGERSOLL'S TRIBUTE TO
h lakes ■ hundivd men to mnkc a>
rin ampnienl. but one woman can make
I home. 1 not only admire woman a
the iik>■-1 beautiful creature that w;>
ever created, but I reverence her as the
iiin-.i redeeming glory of humanity, tin
sanctuary of all the virtues, the pledge
>f all perfect qualities of heart and
head. It is not just nor right to lay
sins of men at the feet of women. It
is becauM women are so much better
than men, that their faults arc SOnstd
neii greater. A man's desire hi the
foundation of his love, but I woman's
desire is born of her love. The one
thing in this world that is constant, the
one peak that arises above all clouds,
the one window in which the light for
ever burns, the one star that darkness
cannot quench, is woman's love. It
rises to the greatest height, it sinks to
the lowest depths, it forgives the worst
injuries. It is perennial of life and
grows in every climate. Neither cold
ness nor neglect, harshness nor cruelty,
can extinguish it. A woman's love is
the perfume of the heart. This is ths
real love that subdues the earth; the
love that has wrought all miracles of
art, that gives us music all the way
from the cradle songs to the grand clos
ing symphony that bears the soul away
on wings of iire. A love that is greater
than power, sweeter than life and
stronger than death.—Robert G. Inger
OUR ALASKAN INVESTIGA-
AVhen the committee in the Alaskan
investigation reconvened, President TafX
was .still on the .stand.
Mr. Comstock: Mr. Taft, what do you
know about the morals of Alaska I
Mr. Taft: jVloruls is a matter with
which 1 have nothing to do. That I can
truthfully say. Furthermore, I can
truthfully say that I have consulted my
brother, Mr. ( bariei l. Taft, and J Baa
truthfully say that he is in no way
mixed up in the morals of that great
natural resource, never has been and
never will be.
Mr. Abbott: Speaking of brothers.
[( it not a fact that your administra
tion would be much pleasanter all
around if you hadn't quite so many
Mr. Taft: Possibly. But when tnert
is a president in the family, you can't
blame relative* for trying to make all
they can out of it.
King George: Of course not. Uy the
way, would you like to tell Alaska?
Mr. Tuft: Mercy, no! A republic
never lelli anything. We cither give It
away or let tomebody steal it. Only in
one of those two ways can individual
initiative be preserved «v I iJie public
domain developed. *
Mr. Debt: You itated in your mes
■age that you desired to encourage in
vestment in Alaska. llou do you pro
pose to do it?
Mr. Taft: By giving away valuable
grants of land and rights of way.
Mr. Hammerstein: But it requires no
investment to receive land and righti of
Mr. Tafl: It is quite evident you do
not understand our leading American
Investors. Tl.cy never pay for anything
ynleai they can get it for nothing.
Mr. Debs: And then they proceed to
make the people reimburse them fur the
tremendous outlay. Is that it!
Mr. Tuft: Upon advice of my cam
paign manager, I decline to ani.wer.
The regular hour having arrived, the
committee adjourned. —Life.
j Mrs. Oilman says:
"O, never mind what the world has done
As a matter of fact, we've just begun—
( The glory of life U ours to take;
, The world we want U for us to make;
The loveliest faith of all the lands
And the building of heaven is in our
Uf A ru Reasonably
Ought t.. appnnl to you if ynur
tooth noeil attention. We offer
you the very li"«t dontal work at
a lowei price than the Combine
dentist! clnirgi', nnd guarantee
you n iatlsfaetory and Insting re-
Suit. Careful examination and
estimate without charge.
Silver Fillings 50c
Plntinac $1.00 >nd! UP
(■old, pure $2.00 and up
Gold Crowns, 22k—55,00 and up
Brldga Work $5.00 and $6.00
Plates as low as — $5.00
Hewitt and Rockefeller
Have you ever been to Xiek
Grad'i store? If you havun't,
come and see for yourself that I
have an assortment that you can
select from with satisfaction.
LADY BARBER SHOP
Katie Chipman, Prop.
Now Located at 2926 Colby Aye.
Opposite Everett Theater
Children's Hair Clipping a Spe
1 504 Hewitt Aye.
C. J. HOUSE, Prop.
:: :: DRUG STORE :: ::
3004 Hewitt Aye.
To Our Patrons...
We are building a large fire
proof building on the corner of
Wall and Grand for our laundry
plant, which we will occupy a»
soon as completed. We arc go
ing to a-k our customers to be
very prompt in paying us this
au.l ii.-M month, as we are going
to a very laii;i' expense in build
ing and equipping this plant to
make it a modern, up-to-date
Don't think if you owe us
only a little bill that it won't
be any help, as it is largely little
bills with us. Send in your
checks or pay our drivers, and
see how a-''l they look.
French Laundry Co.
F. A DURR, Manager
The optometry law | I by
the last legislature U supposed
to protect the people, but it docn
not im!> -- the people patronize
only those that have passed the
state optometry board examina
tion. I l.i- only exclusive opto
metrist in Everett that has
passed the examination U at
I)r. Well*' Optical I'arlors, over
the First National liank.
Friday, November 10, 1911.
• BISMARK CAFE J
J E. VLACIIOS, Proprietor J
♦ Mia Hewitt Aye. '
, Sunset 2171 Ind, 721 X ',
J QUICK SERV *
j Telephones— Nun. 1710, Ind. 7-J2X
j E. E. BARNES
Express and Draying
Sinn.l. Cor. Hewitt and Hoyt,
Go To The
Jersey Butter Store
For Better Butter for Less Money
-■ ''■". ■
1715 Hewitt Aye. S
|The White Stone Baths;
<; J. 0. SHARPLESS, Prop. |
\ J Barber Shop and Baths ',t
jj ■ 1905 HEWITT I
" UP-TO-DATE ELECTRIC
Geo. A. Stapenhorst, Prop.
AH Kinds of Repairing Neatly
Done at Reasonable Prices
2812J/J Wetmore Aye.
Phone Ind. 491 X, Everett, Wash.
.. Recovering and Repairs of All
FOLEY'S UMBRELLA STORE
1714 Hewitt Aye., Everett
Try our Salt Rising bread. Wetmore
Wray Miller, Prop.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
390 a Hewitt Avenue . ••
J. B v Myers, Photographer
1414 Hewitt V...-V ■,' Everett, Wash.*
Ground Floor ,'
Our work , superior to, any in the city.
\ Especially * fitted for j commercial work.
1 Finest enlargements.' r .
For Color Dyeing and
2806 Hoyt - Phones 809
1 Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered to AH
! Parts of the City
Ind 403Z Sunset 1835
I 1005 Lombard Aye.
2 804 Broadway. Under new
management. Family washing
a specialty. Each washing done
separately. Rough dry, 25c per
dozen. l'hone Ind. 267.
a Beware of those little pains.
X* " They lead to big ones. Heed
Kf Nature's warning in time and
lfi» avoid sickness.
CgftL Nature is calling to you every
Vv£ day to take heed before it is
v4*n to° late. Investigate the drug
Kf9 leSH methods. See- -
/j$X Registered Chiropractor «nd
frj*£ Member of the Universal Chiro
/jjjy practorg* Association
r?* 307-308 Colby Bldg.
t&2* Everett, Wash.
Fim Office Hours—o to 12 and I
vit' to 6. Open evenings Mondays,
V^% Wednesdays and Fridays.
y A. LEE LEWIS
Phones—lnd. 707/, Bunset 1000
JARGALL & CLARKE!!
I I 2H'£o Rockefellei Aye. ; ;
; ; Wall Paper, Paints and Glaii ;',
II Paperhanging, Painting, Kals»- J [
' ' mining \ \
|| Estimates Furnished— All Woik ; \
] ' Guaranteed ', ',
I ; E»erett, With. ', ',
y Phones-M. 111, Ind. 111 l J|
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I Dean Tracy ■
I GENKEAL MEBCHANDISE
N'rat at the ankle, -rui; it ir.. hip, 1"
a Imtton, %\ a rip l)utibt»» TrouMTf,
at Allan's, 3003 Hewitt.