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The Lkbo r Journal
Pt'BMSIIEB E\ KRY THUH iDAY
L'tiin Rockefeller Aye., Everett, Wash.
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■*> UNION DIRECTORY *
American Federation of Labor
Samuel Qompera President
James Duncan . First Vice President
•iiiiin Mitchell*. .Second Vice President
lames O'Connell..Third Vice President
Max .Mmiis Fourth Vice President
Jos, r. \ ilent trio Seven! h Vi -c Pres.
John I. Lennon — I reasurei
Frank Morrison Secretary
Washington State I'cdtiation of Laboi
Pr. sident . . _ I rank W. Cotterlll
Firs! Vi- c Presl leal . -I. E. < 'ampbcll
Third Vice Presideni .. Glen Harris
Fourth Vice-President 11. A. Livcrmori
Sixth Vice-President. ... -las. Durham
Seventh Vice Pres.. . .Lafayette Moon
Secretary - 'treasurer
Charles Perry Taylor
Organizer .CO. Young
Everett Trades Council.
I: ; Ii
F, 1.. Wood K'k Vice President
J. .1. Fox... Treasurer
s. C. Boyd Secretary
.1. Michel . Sergeant at Arms
PAY TRIBUTE TO LINCOLN.
('itizcns of Ihe United Stales
nil ovei the world will celebrate
Abraham Lincoln's one hundredth
annivertian this year, February!
12th. and to that end ureal |>re*
~| Stat ' • 'vei produced. It;
; y- be
(kflOO.OOtl !n endow a Lincoln
le ■ for
ami also heeatlKi.' it draws no color
from iis general fund toward
i■ nit .'.us in til.- future w ill have
I hat c ich will share and share
alike i ho profit i I hereof in order
tweet] capital and labor. This
seems to be n common sense talk
and talk that si Id interesl
i very man having commfui sense.
The man who is financially in
terested in a Mrrporation will nol
seek In ruin ii by striking and
willfully destroying the property
in order tn gei e\en w'ilh Hie real
uw'iiers thereof for if he did he
WOUld Ie Cutting 'iff Ids nose |(.
spile his face. Already many of
t lie lending cotieertHi iif tho I nit
:il stairs hnvc taken steps tn put
their plants: nr busincsso* in a tick I
.: stale and those thai h*vo dupe I
. find iluil ii is !he desideratum
to |<ih'[i pence betwwii theme Who
il l lit** actual wiu-k and those
v, ho dirci ti he ffnirtt of the con
". en. ( hie store in Sen)t lc has
!' tided t'i tin kc its employe* a
• irl ' ! Ihe corporation untl Ihe
■ •, nrgatii/.ation will begin early
I E LOYAL TO THE UNION
N L'l'Li.ir.ilcss nf any niflttpr which
; may. tlt'isi* ill ' •<nlll>-c-1 ion wil Ii I lie
• i lulidi iinivt'iinul vi our country,
I ;i!l w.i'ji' earners slmrld hear in
1 mind ihat tin ir firtl mid most j
' i')ti|T(irtnlil duty is to lie faithful!
and loyaj in tin- triuiPH unions,
tin* oriraiiiKatioiiN which have)
done •<!, irtiich in pnrti'd Rtid ml
r , mice i ln'ii' ii utprinl, moral find
i sfti i.-il conditioti*i ,the
lioiis which huvo sccurod for tin'
(nil ik t heir I rifrhter and better
homes, tlu> opportunities and the
]. '. i lopmctit ni' independence or
< character ii iit I manhood"; iha l
hti vr dispelled llii' gloom ; 111 < I
mmli 1 i In' 11 'MM' hotter and
ii Mr. 'I.in thinks horses air g 1 tn
! limk .'i. inn when It comes In traveling,
null mobile* for his. Anil the horses
■m i- - n Isfled.
LABOR SPIES AT WORK.
Tllr Kiirckll Labor News says:
Labor spies luivo been active doing
t [heir -limy work lo disrupt unions
» during recent yours. So much of iliisj
f ,1:1- 1,.1' M going i n nil over the country
1 1 tlml agencies air nctively reaching out
I for more biMiucss. They cull them
selves detective agencies but in reality I
tbey an' mercl*, bunds of labor spies,
i Ihi offer honor and manhood for sale
in in In to help unscrupulous employ
i' s lo prevent worktngmoii from bet-
I tering themselves while in their em
Following is ii copy of a let lor sent
. .mi 11s bail in employers in nucsl of'
this tyi f nefarious business:
i hi' ago, I. s. A.. Nov. 17. 1008.
Mr. . Eureka, ( al. Dear Sir: We
I have mil hnd much labor trouble in the
past year, though we are anticipating
some ntfaiu. We have been unite sue-!
c sful in handling matters ol this kind
fir different associations. We make a
specialty in pi.ring operatives among
employes in establishments; these op
eratives work among your employes
mm iii this way obtain Information
invaluable to your company. They re-
I" 11 to yon everything that happens
I during the day.
"JSy gi\ in", t his mat tor a lilt In al
lelition. your estahlisthmcnl could run
,by less help, an I yon will know just
whttl is going mi. Our operatives will
join t lie unions if necessary, ami attend
ali llieir meetings, We will furnish
' yon with .i detail report of same.
"W i also shadow any employes. |f
■ necessary, after working hours. Iv this
' way we are able lo furnish you with
IJ nny s:i, h informal inn as you may de
sire, regarding your employes' habit-.
' etc. We specialize in this particular
line of wink, and arc therefore able to
furnish operatives at a more moderate I
' charge. Our clients have found this'
-;. - em profit ai.ii to have.
It would be a good plan for you to'
make a lonlracl with us. ami adopt 1
plans, whereupon we could furnish you
information of ihe union in various
i 1 branches.
"Muouhl you be Interested, kindly
ulvlse v- nf your decision iv this mat-1
" Lev. We are. J i i.-rs truly.
I • VMEIIU AN DETECTIVE SERVICE
1 "JOHN W . W i:i ( AIM).
"(ieneral Manager." -
JUDGE NOT THAT
YE EE NOT JUDGED.'
I (A New Year's Resolution.)
(Hj ili. Rev. diaries stcl/.lo.)
To Impute to mi man insincerity at
jI purpose simply because he ilees not
' iijjree with inc.
I I'o give every man credit for the
general tendency of hi- liiV. in spite of
|tl ceasioiuil inisliap which bait* bis
To l.i> mi attention to ,e.ov,ip. unless!
I I lie boa :it in thf i ale |» Vi illiug to loll:
Ijill HI Ii ie ae. u>ecl.
J rcmeinber tile pit frmn wbiell ij
i was ilng, before I pass jugduient upon
any ol Iter man.
| To jl'lge i ian mill— lam willing
To liit up tlie man who baa fallen,
- hi the Juat.
I have «een ilii- atmosphere calm ami
probably I localise he was carrying a
( heavii i' bnrden I ban I.
I lo give life Hie largest meaning,
with ii" narrow mil look either for tnv
-•If or for my fellows; to believe thatj
I every other man worthy of the beat
II thai i- mini-, ami to try earnestly to]
i sii i|»a( h,. . ji.
Don't fnll to attend the Charity
Bull at Coliseum Rink Monday
f night, Jan. 11, 1909.
OFFICIAL ROSTER OF
Lv; cU Trades Council.
Meets ever*. Wednesday night at Labor
Temple Ml S o'clock. R. P. Straka.
president; S, C. Boyd, secretary.
Lathers I'nion meets every Saturday
night. .1. Michel, Pres.) Jas, Oat man,'
Bridge and Structural Iron Workers'
rnion meets I'ir-n and third Satin
days. .1. ,f, Philpott, Pres.: A. S.
Ihi ill if. Se'.
Cooke, Wa ! ters & Waitresses' Union
Mcd- every Thursday. Alidia Sk.igiv.
Pres.) Win. Ahlerson, Scc'y., phone
Shirt VValpl & Laundry Workers' I'nion
No. 1.V4. Everett, Wash. Meets every
Monday evening in Labor Temple at
s p. in. President, F. Q. Qoldthorp,
3002 Nassau Street; Financial Sec-!
rotary, S. t'. Boyd, 1831 Colby.
Everett Typographical I'nion No. 410.
Meets last Sunday of each month
:t p. m., l abor Temple, W. C. Hall, |
president- E, Marcuson, secretary
treasurer, -71H Walnut St., Phone Bid.
The J. B. I. U. of A., Local 440, meets
the first and third Thursdays of
each month at the Labor Temple, at
s p. m. .M. T, AHiman, President ;
John Van ratten. Secretary.
Tailors' Union No. 3;!.") meets the first
Tuesday night In each month at S l
o'clock iii Labor Temple. A. C. Berg,
Pres.; S. J. McCall, See.
International Brotherhood of Electrical
Workers, Local No. 101, meets every
Thursday night in Labor Temple at
I 7:30 p. m. S. T. Roberts, Pres.; J|. C.
Flcst, Secretary, care Labor Temple.
Cigarmakers' Union No. 498, Everett,
Wash., meets at 8 o'clock the first
Tuesday night in each month at Labor
Temple. E. 1!. Fuche, preisdenl; W.
Carpenters and Joiners of America No.
502, meet every Thursday night at 8
o'clock in Übor Temple. J. W.
Stansbury, Pres.; Ray. Hill, Secy.
st cam Engineers meet every Wednesday
night. Jos. ( lark. Pres.; Roy Skin
no:', Sec. 2812 Walnut St.
Sheet Metal Workers' Local Union No.
193 meets every first and third Friday
at S o'clo k at Labor Temple. W. W.
Parker, Pres.) J, I. Carton, Sec. 1720
Plumbers' i'nion meets every Monday
night. John Bailey, President; J. O.
Watson, Secy, 2518 Baker.
Profe ssumal Ca^rds
S. J. WHITE
Am, Nat l Bank Bldg. Everett, Wash.
HATHAWAY & ALSTON
•till Floor American National Bank lildg.
Phone Sunset 25.
E. C. DAILEY
Rooms 215 210 Stokes Blk, Everett
Rooms 0 nod 7 Fobes Blk, Everett
MARVIN W. SMITH
MUKILTEO LAND CO.
Amor. Nat': Hank Bfflg. Phone 729
Kail W. II isted Robt. A. Hulbert
HUMBERT & HUSTED
101 2 :i 1 American National Bank Bldg.
Both Phones Main 7.
II I). ( ohy J. E. Horan
COOLEY & HORAN
Wi- !oi in Block Everett
JAMES H. NAYLOR
Room* 3 and 4 Dorchester Bldg.
Office Phone 479. Ites. Phone 560
HENRY W. HOLMES
Room! 15-10 Colby Building
Phone Main 8094 Everett, Wash.
B. W. Sherwood F. W. Mansfield
SHERWOOD & MANSFIELD
Suite 7. Colby Blk. Everett
THE LABOR JOURNAL
Bricklayers and Masons' tnion No. 10
meets every Wednciidiy night at
Labor Temple at o'clock. I-:. A.
Durrant, president; W. Mclang, See.
International Association of Machinists,
Local 130. Meets first and third Tues
days of each month, Labor Temple, 8
I. m. M. 1.. Btadltm, Pres.; R. Straka,
Roe. Sec; .1. \I. llibbert. Pin, Ser'y..
2JIO Colby. i
Musicians' I'nion meets every second
Sunday of each month at Labor Tem
ple. Then. Boer, president ; .). T. Bee
Painters' Decorators and Paper Hangers
of America, Local 330, meets every
Wednesday evening at Labor Temple.
F.. W. Phillips, Pres.; 2310 Walnut;
V. P. Argall, Sec; 1817 Pacific; F. E.
Merryflehl, Business Agt., 3018 Lorn
bar I. Phone Intl. ?83 V.
I Woodsmen and Sawmill Workers' Union
No. 'Jt meets every Friday evening
al Labor Temple at 8 o'clock. Presi
dent. I. ].. Woodeook; Secretary, C.
•i. Schoenrock, 2.">31 Maple.
Everett Building Trades Council.
Meets every second and fourth Tuesday
night at Labor 'Temple at 8 o'clock,
las. Hallow, president; A. E. Crandall,
International Brotherhood of 'Teamsters,
Lo il No. 441, meets every Friday
night at 8 o'clock at Labor Temple.
President, A. L. Haynes; secretary, C.
Plasterers' Local I'nion No. 100 meets
c pry Thursday night at 8 o'clock at
labor Temple. President, W. E.
Moore; secretary, .las. i'allew.
American Brotherhood Cement Workers
Local No. 07 meets every second and
four ih Friday at 8 o'clock at Labor
Temple. President, E. Christ ens-en.
Brewer] Workers' Local Union No. 142j
meets every fourth Friday at 8 o'clock j
at Labor Temple. President, R. H.l
Hopkins; secretary, C'baa, Shatten
kerk, 391S Grand.
Bartenders' Union Moeti every Sun
iluy, \V. H. Baker, Pres.; .las. Staple
Longshoremen of the Pacific Coast, Lo-
eal. No. 4, meets every alternate Tues-
day evening at Longshoremen's hall.
Railroad Aye., Everett. Peter Mar
tin, president; John Lyons, secretary,
P. o. Box 132.
Shingle Weavers' Union, Everett Local
No. 2, meets every Tuesday evening
at S o'clock in Temple. Clar
ence Fulsom, President, 2811 Walnut;
E. I. Marsh, secretary, care Labor
mclaren & shorett
214-15-10 Grecnberg Block
Phone 1513 Everett, Wash.
Guy C. Alston
J. W. KENNEDY
American National Bank Building
Phone 1012. Everett, Wash.
20-30 Wisconsin 111k. Notary Public
Sunset l'lc,no 204 EVERETT,
Independent Phone 712. WASH.
Gas, Steam and Hot Water
Fitting, Jobbing Promptly
Attended to. : : :
Phonea Sunset 1222; Ind. 104 X
H. C. Brown
2521 Hewitt Aye. EVERETT
Steamer City of Everett or Telegraph
SEATTLE, EDMONDS, EVERETT
WEEK DAY TIME CARD,
l cave Seattle, 7 a. in., 12 m., 5 p. in.
Leave Everett 9:15 a.m., 2:15, 7:15 p.m.
SUNDAY TIME CARD.
Leave Seattle 7:30 a. in., 12 in., 5 p. m.
Leave Everett 9:45 a.m., 2:15, 7:15 p.m.
Reduced excursion rates every Sunday.
Rooms 19-20 Diefenbacher Block.
PADGETT & BELL
Rooms .'l2l-322-323 Grecnberg Blk.
THREE ROUND TRIPS DAILY
CHANGE OF TIME.
Hound trip, 75e.
MEALS A LA CARTE.
Is wattittg to connect your house or
place of business with our power
station if you desire to use Electric
Light. It is the cheapest, cleanest
and most convenient light known,
and will not spoil your walls and
ceilings or give off unhealthful odors.
We will be glad to furnish an
estimate of cost at any time.
Everett Railway, Light
and Water Co.
The American National
Total Capital -
Cut Flowers and Floral Designs, Flowering Plants,
Bulbs and All Kinds of Shrubs and Nursery Stock.
City floral and Seed Co.
W. WALLMARK, Prop.
Salesroom and Office: 1018% Hewitt Aye. (Opposite Mitchell Hotel.)
Greenhouse: Cor. 43rd and Broadway.
Salesroom, Sunset 1009j Ind. 75SY
Have You Tried Our New 5 Cent Cigar
They are made from the Havana clippings of our El Soudan,
Clear Havana Cigars.
ON SALE EVERYWHERE. ASK EOR THEM
EE! Wtn. Haferßorn Cigar Co. f=l
American Steam Dye Works
S. ROBINSON, Prop.
Have your clothes cleaned, dyed and pressed
in Everett. Keep your money in the city.
WE CALL AND DELIVER
2821 Wetmore Aye.
Custom Tailors Union Label
We have a first class shop and are prepared
to take care of your wants in up-to-date clothes
Phone Ind. 689 Z. Res. Ind. 298 X
Fine Tailoring 2004 Hewitt Aye.
Greenhouse, Independent 137 X
See that the
is on your garments
Thursday, January 7, 1909
Both Phones 248