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The Labor Journal
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
tt&m Rockefeller Aye., Everett, Wash.
NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
A. J. MORROW Proprietor
Subscription $J.OO Per Year in Advance.
Advertising Kates on Application.
Entered at the post office in Everett,
Washington, as second class Mail Mat
* UNION DIRECTORY *
Ameiican Federation of Labor
Samuel Gumpers President
dames Dunean First Vie*. President
.lohn Mitchell Second Vice President
.lames O'ConnelL.Third Vice President
Mai Morris Fourth N ice President
Denis A. Hayes .Fifth Vice President
\\ in. 11. liitber sixth Vice President
.Ins, K. Valentine. Seventh Vice Pres.
lohn IL Alpine. Elghl Ii \ ice President
John It. Lennon Treasurer
Frank Morrison Se?retary
Washington State Federation of Labor
President Prank w. Cotterill
First Vice President... J. E. Campbell
Second Vice-President E. A. Cooney
ITiird Vice-President... Glen Harris
Fourth Vice President 11. A. Livermorc
Fifth Vice President . VV. J. Bradford
Sixth Vice-President... . -las. Durham
Seventh Vlee-Prea Lafayette Moor*
Charles Ptrry Tayler
I irganir.er C. IYoung
Everett Trade* Council.
j:. P. straka President
P. L. Woodcock Vice President
J. J. Fox Treasurer
S. 0. Boyil Secretary
J. Michel _. Sergeant-at-Armi
it'orkiuii men ns 11 rule onv theirl
I.ill- when i )u-\ nre nhle, When they
receive good wages they nre nhle toj
nice: their uliligntions, Poor compensn
lion results in Imil delits. Ii i- In thej
Merchant's Interest in uhl workingmen
in gaining n lietter recom|iense fnr their
Inlior. Mr, Merchant, nre yon doing
THE JAP QUESTION
Prtsidctlt Roosevelt Iv- Imil ii \ cry
strenuous week ul ii. dealing with tlio
.Inpniic vcltisinn i|iu'stiml in Oregon,
\\ .1-liinjimi. Ncviidu nml (nlifornin, in
which it sit ox nml legislntorcs nre in
session. 'I'liere is nn tpiostinn ill the
mm i- vi i Im legislators ..i these re
sile live -I .lie- Iml i Inn -~ nol hing
-liuiil.l lie ilone iii restrict, regulate nn«l
control the Japanese Influx Into Amer-
iea. p Jally on i lie Paclfl • ('oa*l : but
111 Mi.- present linn- ii would appear I"
1..- inexpedient i,. tukc drouth* action.,
a- i lit-1 1' -.■■in- in I.- -Mini- *nrl ul a dip
lomatic ili-.il on hj an I between tin- two
government* t" handle the subject I'm'
tin- | n-i-nl : I hence the request nf lliei
president to pusi | one ,\ci ion unl ill Inter.
U c believe that i lie president should be
sustined. a* he Inn (urniahed ample
proof of hi* faith nnd good intentions
in the premise*. The president knows
the situation from n rederai standpoint
and i- ael in". For Ihe lies) im crest < of]
BILLY SUNDAY, EVANGELIST
Billy Sunday, the famnua ball pbvjfer
and Evangelist, ha- ju-i closed a -ix
w»ek* seance in HpokaD*?, \\aahington,
a Itare In- eon verted .">.<»* m i loula and
link with him about .*JH.(Mio fnr
his pain- about §3 pew soul. Billy lm«
a< cumulated over $360,000, lines gotag
Into tin- Evangel!*! hualncsi ami layal
WAHLGRKN ELECTRIC CO.
MODERN PLUMBING ft HEATING
PAINTERS. | I ' k
I 1 E \lfirifn*)(V
jii beat- Hip lull business nil t<> pieces
(or money-making, anH It* tot* easier,
Billy i- whm Is called n strenuous Eynn-
Belisl In Iks hell tin' ami dnmnfltion to
Im.ii iln- Imml, ami uses language thai
I* seldom ever hennl outside of I In- ten
.lei loin oi -linn-, mi of course w hen il i-
given nut In the pulpits, a sensation Is
created, lie i- now in Southern tali
forniii and will probably make another
half million before he goe- back East to
his home. Funny thing- are done these
days in the name m tin. Lord of Crea
UNION MAN IS HIS FRIEND
\\h\ does ih.- tinion man stand so
resolutely fnr tin- closed shopl II Is
j not that he has animosity towards hi*
non union followmnn; not thai he wish*
es t him and hi-* family suffer or
have their Inalienable tight- curtailed
to the slightest degree: not that he
would monopolise and control I In- labor
injarket. Hut hccnnsc he Is engaged in
the greatest good work of lent rays
the securing of the rights of till who
toil; tl stnblishmcnt of right rein-
: tion* between employer nnd laborers
the enualisntion nf *ocial nml industrial
condition* Unit every man, woman
nnd child who works may have a chance
lo live and enjoy it. Ihe besi friend
in ilir non-union nun 1* hi* reputed
j wnrsl enemy ihe union man.
The foes ol Inlior delight giving work
ingincn nboul the "soft times" of those
amongst them who nre chosen to look
nftcr the manifold details of nrgnnizn
tion. The animus i- manifest. Deprive
i In- Labor cause of the lenders essential
in effective organization, and Inimical
capital could readily work tin' ruin of
the whole structure, tin tlii- point tlic
following from the I'nion Banner Is per
tinnnt, "There nre not nearly as many
labor leaders in tlic industrial field ns
nre needed. We menu by 'lnbor lead
ers' null who -ire making 11 study of or
ganized lalmr nnd know how to advise'
the lav members. The Incentive to
lake an active part in lalmr troubles
i- not sufficient to cause any but tlic
tnii-t self-sacrificing men tv work their
way tv tlic front ami long remain there.
;In the first place it is usually a lalmr of
love, ami tben when the nvcrnge man
find* be i- being adversely criticised
by tbe men be i- working fur lie be
comes discouraged, lie finds be i- se
verely criticised fm' hi- mistakes ami
given -liehi recognition fm the good he
ORGANIZED LABOR ON TRIAL
Another, ami perhaps n greater men-
I aeo to the liberty of speech and of the
pro- has arisen, 'this is the decision
cil Justice Wright against the American
Federation of Labor, and tho sentencing
[of ii- officers, Qompers, Mitchell, ami
Morrison to jail for disobedience of the
court's oiiler in I he boycott of ihe Duck
Stove and (tango company.
The American federation of Labor Is
Ihe chief association of organised labor
in ihi- country. It has been of In
'stimnhlc value in improving the con
lit ion of the workingman both within
iml without labor-unions. As the strike
has nlwavs proved an expensive and
wasteful process ami one to be resorted
■ii only in emergencies, the boycott has
proved a most efficient weapon in en
forcing labor's demands, and organised
labor has always exercised its prerog
itive of saying as publicly as it though!
necessary thai ii does not patronize
those whose acts have been hostile to
It' .I'lisilee Wright's decision is sus
tained by Ihe higher courl it will mean
tlmt tho w'orkingirMHi of this country
have no right through their organisation
o retaliate when thej have been at
tacked, It will mean to that extent
in abrogation of the right of freedom
of speech and of the press, if Justice
Wright's opinion Is fonnil to be jnsti
fled by the law, it is high time thai
»ueh itll absurd autocratic, nnd un-Amer
ican law should be stricken from the
<tntutes. We predict thai if Gompers
md his associates ever "■" to jail, any
|K>litical party which adequately repre
tentti n protosl ngalnsi ihis proceeding,
>vill be Iriuniphanl In Success
MMBal utit'iM t r i CBB AM »■»>»■.
Tell ymir Sweetheart
OFFICIAL ROSTER OF
Everett Trades Council.
\!eeis every Wednesday night at Labor
Temple at 8 o'clock. R. V. Btraka,
president: s. c. Boyd, secretary,
Lathers Union meets every Saturday
night. J. Michel, Pres.; -las. Dntman, :
Bridge and Structural Iron Workers'
l iiinii meets firs! and third Satur
days. 3. 3. Philpott, Pres.: A. S.
Cooks, Waiters & Waitresses' Onion
Meets every Thursday. Alidin Skague,
Pres.j Win. Alderson, See'y., phone
Shirt Waist & Laundry Workers' Union
So. I.*> 4, Everett, Wasli Meet* every
second and fourtli Monday of each
month, in Labor Temple, nl s p. m.
President, i>. P. Hnrno; Vice Presi
dent, J'ennic Lindblad; Rec. Sec,
Cleorgie Benson; Fin. See., s. ('. Boyd;
Tress., P. C. Hull
Everett Typographical I'nion No. 410.
-Meets last Sunday of each month
3 p. m., Labor Temple. W. C. Hall,
president; E. Marouson, secretary- .
treasurer, -!7ls Walnut St., Phone Ind.
The J. B. I. U. of A., Local-44ti, meets
the first ami third Thursdays of
each month at the I.«bor Temple, at
S p, m. M. T. Alllmnn, President ;
.lolm Van Patten. Secretary.
Tailors' L'niou Xo. :!.3."i meets the first
Tuesday night in each month at 8
o'clock in Labor 'Temple A. 0. Berg,
Pres.; S. J. Met all, See.
International Brotherhood of Electrical
Workers, Local No. 191, meets every
Thursday night in Labor Temple at
7:30 p. m. S. T. Roberts, Pres.; 11. C.
t'iest, Secretary, care Labor Temple.
C igarmakers' Union No. 4UB, Everett,
Wash., meets at 8 o'clock the first
Tuesday night in each month at Labor
Temple. E. R. Fuche, preisdent; W,
Carpenters ami Joiners of America No.
5G2, meet every Thursday night at 8
o'clock in Labor Temple. J, \V.
Stansbury, Pres.; Ray. Mill. Soey.
Steam Engineers meet every Wednesday
night. Jos. ( lark, Pres.; Roy Skin
ncr, See., 2618 Walnut St..
Sheet Metal Workers' Local Union No.
103 meets every first and third Friday
at 8 o'clock at Labor Temple. W. W.
Parker, Pres,j J. P. Carton, Sec, 1720
' Plumbers' I'nion meets every .Monday
night, lohn Bailey, President; J. O.
Watson, Secy, 2318 Baker.
S. J. WHITE
Am. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Everett, Wash.
| Howard Hathaway Guy C. Alston
HATHAWAY & ALSTON
3rd floor American National Bank Bldg. j
Phone Sunset 25.
E. C. DAILEY
Roomi 215-810 Stokes Blk. Everett
R is (j and 7 Fobes lilk. Everett
MARVIN W. SMITH
MUKILTEO LAND CO.
Amcr. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 729
j Earl W. Busted Robt. A. Hulbert
HULBERT & HUSTED
10] - I! 1 American National Hank Bldg.
llotli Phones Main 7.
II it. t'ooley J. E. Horan
COOLEY & HORAN
Wisconsin Block Everett
JAMES H. NAYLOR
Booms 3 and 4 Dorchester Bldg.
1n I ice I'lione 470. Bes. Phone 560
HENRY W. HOLMES
RftOSjs 15-18 Colby Building
Phone Main 8004 Everett, Wash.
B. W. Sherwood V. W. Mairsfield
SHERWOOD Sc MANSFIELD
Suite 7. Colby Blk. Everett
THE LABOR JOURNAL
Bricklayers and Masons' Union No. 10 i
meets every Wednesday iiijdit al
Labor Temple at 8 o'clock. 1.. A,
Durrani, president; W. Melang, See.
International Association of Machinists,
Local 130. Meeis first ami third Tues
days of eaeli month, Labor Temple, H
p. in. M. L. Stadum, Pres.: R. straka,
Pee. See.) J. P.. Hibbert, Fin. See'y.,
Musicians' Union meets every second
Sunday nf each inontli at Labor Tem
ple. Then. Boer, president; J. T. Bee
Painter*' Decorators and Paper Bangers
of America, Local 330, meats every
Wednesday evening at Labor Temple.
E. Drolet, Pre-.: \. F. Argall, Sec.;
|si 7 Pacific.
Woodsmen and Sawmill Workers' Union
\o. 24 meets every Friday evening
tit Labor 'Temple at 8 o'clock. Presi
dent. F. L. Woodcookj Secretary, C.
I, Sehoenrock, 2531 Maple.
Everett Building Trades Council.
Meets ever* second and fourth Tuesday
i night at Labor 'Temple at 8 oclock,
das. Ballew. president; A. E. Crandall,
International Brotherhood of Teamsters,
Local No. 441. meets every Friday
night ut 8 o'clock at Labor Temple.
President, A. L. Haynes; secretary, 0.
Plasterers' Local Union No. 190 meets
every Thursday nighl at 8 o'clock at
Labor Temple. President, W. E.
Moore; secretary, .las. Ballew.
American Brotherhood Cement Workers
Local .No. 97 meets every second and
fourth Friday at 8 o'clock at Labor
Temple. President, E. Christensen,
j Brewery Workers' Local Union No. 142
meets every fourth Friday at 8 o'clock
at Labor Temple. President, 1!. IL
i Hopkins; secretary, I has, Shatten
kerk. 391S Grand.
Bartenders' Union Meets every Sun
tiny, w. 11. linker, Pres.j T. tl Kloff,
See.; E. N. Davis. Trent.
Longshoremen l of the Pacific Coast, Lo
cal. 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 Labor Temple. Clar
ence l-'olsom, President, 2sll Walnut;
E. P. Marsh, secretary, care
Booms 19-20 Diefcnbacher Block.
McLAREN & SHORETT
814-15-10 Grecnberg Block
Phone 1513 Everett, Wash,
PADGETT & BELL
Rooms 321 322-323 Grecnberg Blk.
J. W. KENNEDY
American National Bank Building
Phone 1012. Everett, Wash.
380-30 Stoical Bldg. Notary Public
Sunset Phone --'ni EVERETT,
Independent Phono 2.">7\'. W ASH.
Gas, Steam and Hot Water
Fitting, Jobbing- Promptly
Attended to. :
Phones .Sunset 1232s Ind. 104 X
H. C. Brown
2521 Hewitt Aye. EVERETT
Steamer City ofEvefetlor Telegraph
SEATTLE, EDMONDS, EVERETT
THREE ROUND TRIPS DAILY
CHANGE OF TIME
WEEK DAY TIME I Attn.
Leave Seattle, 7 n. in., 12 m., 5 p. m.
Leave Evtrait 9:18 a.m., 2:15, 7:18 p.m.
SUNDAY TIME CARD.
Leave Seattle 7 :'.iO a. in , 12 in., ,"> p. in
Leave Everett 9:45 a.m., 2:15, 7:13 p.m
Reduced e\< ursiun rate* every Sunday
Round trip, 75c.
MEALS A LA CARTE.
Is waiting 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 l>e glad to furnish an
estimate of cost at any time.
Everett Railway, Light
and Water Go.
Cut Flowers and Floral Designs, Flowering Plants, Seeds,
Bulbs and All Kinds of Shrubs rind Nursery Stock.
City floras and Seed Co.
W. WALLMARK, Prop.
Salesroom and Office: 1010% Hewltl Aw. (Opposite Mitchell Hotel.)
Greenhouse: Cor. 43nl and Broadway.
Rates Reasonable Goods Delivered.
Salesroom, Sunset 1009; Ind. 758 V Greenhouse, Independent 137 X
Have You Tried Our New 5 Cent Cigar
SOUDAN SECONDS !
They are made from the Havana clippings of our El Soudan,
Clear Havana Cigars.
ON SALE EVERYWHERE. ASK FOR THEM
Wm. Haferkorn Cigar Co.
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. 589 Z. Res. Ind. 298 X
Fine Tailoring 2004 Hewitt Aye.
WE LEAD while others follow
FOR FIME PHOTOS
Tbe Brusb studio
Always High Class Shows
Every Comfort and Convenience
CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES ■ J • • ft
; - 7: ! Admission 10c
Thursday, February 18, 1909.
See that the
is on your garments
I AOS I l.witt Aye.
Both Phones 248