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Thursday, February 18, 1909.
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amount of the purchase Holders of these checks wil lbe en
titled to valuable Souvenirs. We cordially invite you to
come and look these Souvenirs over.
Remember that we are the only druggists in Everett to
cut prices on EVERYTHING.
By having your prescription filled in our Drug Store you
will save 50 per cent
Telephone orders will be promptly attended to. No
charge for delivery.
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3020 Hewitt Aye. Tel. Ind. 270
FEBRUARY 27, 1909
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In the Northwest
.St. P. O. lt.ix
At the Scenic
Pnntnjrcs vaudeville nl Scenic tlic
at 1 1' thi* iveek ha* attracted larg*
An excellent hill been remlereii,
leach nnd every art clean ami moal en
tcrtnining, The following la n pro
World's Challenge Silver-heel Dancer.
at the Scenic Theatre Tills Week.
The great Biff anil Rang, furniture
busting acrobats; the best ever in com
edy, the Two L'nlncky Tramp-; The
Two Kellies, travesty artists; Miss Mc-
Cartney, in Monkeyland; Monte La*
Crosse, world's challenger silver heel
dancer: four beautiful inovina pictures.
At the Grand
Overtures "Poet and Peasant" Sup
pc; "Where I* My Wandering Boy,
Tonight," Very impressive; An Awk
ward Habit; Reilly and Voting, singing
"Mandy Lane"; The Heroine- of the
Forge, splendid drama: The Two Casta
ways, very interesting and beautiful; A
Sure Cure for Gout, an exciting comedy;
Too Much Dog Biscuit, n tfomedy that's
At the St. James.
Week beginning Feb. 15. Overture,
Prof. Robinson; motion pictures; The
Two Jokers, iii a laughable sketch; Mr,
Davis, illustrated son;;; Garden & Price,
ultured singing and dancing; motion
Demand union-labeled cigars and to
Northenn Transfer Co.
Express and Baggage
PIANO AND FURNITURE MOVING
Storage in Connection
Office, .2930 Broadway Everett, Wash
HOTELS—Virginia Hotel & Cafe.
C. R. SCHWEITZER, Plumber.
WAHI.GEEN ELECTRIC CO.
MODERN PLUMBING & HEAT
R, Springer, of Springer's Bnxuiir,
1313 Hew ill avenue.
WareliouM foot <>i
I. Sampson, contractor.
ARPENTERS I. M. Harris, D
Jardlne, C. J. Hand, Piatt. Pad
dock, Ridgeway, wold (House)
PAINTERS - l. loi ICngblom.
Stewart. V. I. Moil. 1\ E.
PLASTERERS W. A. All.sn,
Willunl, t. vYHieelar, A. E. Wright,
ELECTRICAL WORKERS Thin
AMERICAN PILE DRIVING CO.
BARBERS Win. WhittnUrr,
MEATS CantAM I'a-king ( <>m
I'.y order EVERETT TRADES
THE LABOR JOURNAL
r. M. Welch Amusement Company pre.
--■■■it Corlnnc and company in n new com
wlv, l»,v John l. McXnlly, 'Loin fr
Ik-l'lin" on Ho(Ml - dn\ I'Vcilinv'. I'cl». 20th,
Smi.l.iv. February 21«t, IHOH, Mr, Dan-
Icl Sully, in hl« great hik-oosh "The
Matchmaker" an American rnmnnnv, I<\
The bachelor pay* good inonct In hoar
lectures, while ihe mnrricd man hi<
for nothing. Ex.
A big husky Irishman strolled info tho
Civil.Service r< where they hold phy
sical examinations fnr candidates for
the police force.
■•Strip." ordered the police surgeon.
"(let your clothes off, and be quick
about It," -ciicl the doctor.
The Irishman undressed. The doctor
measured his chest and pounded his
"Hop over this rod," was the next
The mail did his best, landing on his
"Double up your knees and touch the
floor with \ our hands."
He lost his balance and sprawled upon
the fl He was Indignant hut si
"Now jump under this cold shower."
"Sure nn' thot's funny." muttered the
"Now run around the room tell limes.
I waul lo lesl your heart and wind."
This hist was too much. 'I'll not,"
the candidate declared defiantly. "I'll
"Single " Inquired the doctor, puzzl
"Single," repeated' the Irishman with
determination. "Sure an' what's this
funny business got lo do will a mar
ringe license anyhow';"
He ha<l strayed into the wrong bureau,
•'.l'ohn, -lohn." whis|M>red .hi nlan I
wife, poking her sleeping husband in the
ribs. "Wake up, .lolm : 1 here nre buru
lars in Ihe pantry ami thov'rc eating
all my pies."
"Well, what d<> we care," mumbled
lohn. rolling over, "so long a- they don't
ilie in t he house':"
For Good Printing-, call up the
Labor Journal, Both Phones 271.
Remember, when you go out shopping
and ask the clerk for his card; that
is your duty. |
Douglas name and price
stamped on bottom, which
protects you against high
prices and inferior shoes
of other makes. Insist
upon having them.
i make and sell mora men's $3.00 and
$3,50 shoes than any other msuufse
curer is because 1 give the wearer the
beneftt of tin' most complete organisa
tion of trained experts ami skilled shoe
makers in the world.
The selection of the leathers (or each part
of the shoe, and every detail of tin' m&King in
every department, is looked after by the best
shoemakers in tin 1 shoe industry, if 1 could show
yon bow carefully w. 1.. Douglas shoes are made, yon
would then understand why they hold their shape, lit
better and wear longer than any other make.
My Secret Process of Tanning tho m
Bottom Solos produces more iff A 0 A
Flexible and Longer Wearing fM > ap^ m >AJOIfUtA
Leather than any other Tannage. ar
If your local dealer cannot supply you, order direct from factory.
Shoes sent everywhere by mail or express. Write for illustrated catalog
giving full instructions how to order by mail.
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
At the Everett.
At ihe Everett.
$ 3005350& $ 400
_. "shoes in"
AVER'S HA OR VIGOR
Stops Falling Hair
Ayer's Hair Vigor is composed of sulphur, glycerin, quinin, sodium
chlorid, capsicum, sage, alcohol, water, and perfume, Not a single
injurious ingredient in this list. Ask your doctor II Ihit is nol so.
Follow his advice. A hair food, a hair tonic. .1 hair dressing.
Promptly checks falling hair. Completely destroys all dandruff.
AVER'S HAIR VIGOR
Docs not CloSor the Hair
THE FASCINATION OK PUBLIC LIKE
(From a-| pli by Representative Scott,
of Kansas, during the -civic-,., in the
House in memory of Senator Prop
tier, oi Vermont.)
Mr. Speaker, it is a conn i he.
that iv America every political enveci i
n tragedy. Like man; othei broad gen
crn ligations, the Raying i- not to he
taken as literary true. And yet then
are so pitifully many instances in whicl
it is true that the exceptions, when l.v
some happy chance they do occur, al
ways ' hnllenge our attent lon.
The rewards of public life, n,>t tin
financial returns, for iv the in,.in the.i
arc meagre,- hut the rewards that arc
found in tl pportunit,\ to serve one'n
friends and one's country, in the rare
privilege of association with the "choice
md master spirits of the age" in the in
timate contact with large affairs, in the
SUPPORT THE LABOR PRESS
Resolution unanimously adopted by the Everett Trades
Council September 23, 1908.
Whereas, It is recognized by this Council that labor's side
of the question is given the public by the labor press, and
Whereas, The Labor Journal is the only recognized la
bor paper in the city, and is the offcial organ of the Everett
Trades Council, therefore, be it
Resolved, That the Everett Trades Council in regular j
session urges upon its affiliated unions the advisability and
necessity of subscribing for the Labor Journal and render fur
ther support, such as the patronizing its advertisers, to the end
that the value of its columns as an advertising medium may be
fully appreciated by the friendly business element of this
W. L. Douglas X
$3.00, $3.50, and $4.00
shoes are made in all styles
\ and all leathers.All sizes
bine in irfvo nn iilliireineni in public life
which h *nfiici<-iil in attract not
Ihe ti -i i-l.i-- in character hiiil ability
I'min every iv.ilk n| life thoj come
lii'i-iiiiM' in America ilipri' is no office
liolding instc; l„. pulpit nml the
platform, from the hencl I the bar,
from the farm .ml the forge, from the
store an.l the counting-house ntlil the
factory, from even class ami calling,
la* iii itioii oi pnlplle life draws them,
l amest, honest, high minded men thcj
ire, nii Ii cxi i*pt ions so few as to be
negligible; ine'i sincen-li desiring to piny
their pari well, to serve their fellow
men trnlji. t.> deserve well of the repub
lic, and to build for i hemselves an lion
Ami wi i lie milks' .-i 11< n\\\ itvg full.
W. L. Douglas
makes and sells
more men's $ 3.00
and $ 3.50 shoes
than any other
$ IJSSr S 2.OO
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