AC If IIC " v " v Want
AvlV IflC To Sell Your
H7ZZ For CASH
\<> in.it ii i « hero located, il yn\\
want in buy, -ell in exchange
nnv kind oi business, or hml en
tnte rtn) where, nt any price.
Real Estate, Rentals and Loans,
at Lowest Prices.
C. E. ANDERSON
Sun. iB6O. Room 15, P. 0. Bldg.
IV. The Early Church and Socialism.
.R>i In lUm . t harles Stelr.le.j
Tho economic system in rogue in tlic
enrlj church, no narrated in tin- latter
part ol the i iii chapter "t the Acts
ni tii.. Armatlcs has been hold up lo
iuoii earnest reformer* n~ the hleal to
word which the church in the twen
tieth century should aspire. We hnvo
I n told thnl ilie conditi listing
during tlii- period wns tlmt which i hrisl
himself advocated, I nltsc it was inun
gitrnted h,v men who were \vf\ close
io liim. Ii -linulil In- remembered, how
ever, that while Peter nnd the rest of
Ihe disciples inny hnve I n inspired in
tlir writing of their epistles, they were
nol Infallible in the matter of teaching
political economy, and ii probably was
not I hell purpose tv do so.
Sometimes ilii- practice of tlir earl)
•burch i- ndvocnteil l>.\ the socialist,
who forgets nr vvliti never knew that tic
system was not "in- of which social
ism i- todnj contending, hut that it
was renlly n form of communism. The
present dn> ndvocates of the socialism
in force in i lir church of •Icriisnlam,
should Im? reminded of several import*
hirst, the whole scheme was purely
.1 coluntnri system. Xo man was com
pelled in give up anything thnl he de
tl rod in retnin.
Second, ii was limited to member* of
the church 11' those who '"believed" and
were ni "one heart nnd soul." This
would surely have given the plan a
e/ooil foundation, if there was in ii (lie
|H)ssihility ni success.
Third, ii was probnhlv inaugurated
merely n* a temporary expedient, be
cause tin' early Christians believed that
('iii:-i wa* -non in return nnd that with
! i- coming there would come the "end of
the world" ami a great change in the
I'ourlh, the result of the plan was
The Union Transfer
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lunch tli.it it pauperised tin' Jerusalem!
church nnd made it a great burden upon
tlir weak eliiirehes elsewhere. The apos
tles win' often called upon tv take up
special offerings foi the church of ,rVr*j
Fifth, iii.- |ilhii wn» .1 complete fitil-j
nre nml wns -nun ilincontinimil.
Son i-inii-i writer* limM thntl
Ithere uiti- "common w table* throuirh
• ■ni tlio enrl> i lirintinn church, imt ivlml
wn« ilin- referred In i- untloufitciltv
I wlinl we know tixlnv n* Ihe "Common
Tnblo," n *orvioo which wn* made much
more of ii\ il .111\ < hriatlnn* thnn i- 1
the practice in nor time
Thnl them wn* .1 great generosity I
during 11■ * — period i- vwj true li «n>
tlii* spirit which inndc n mnrkcd Im
pression upon the enemies nf thcchnrch.l
Him the generosity vi the Jemse, lorn |
church in i In- particular wa* in many
respects n great blunder. There wan
not enough regard for the fundamental
principles of social lite upon which so
■ietj inii-i |ieiinniieiitl\ rest. The spir
it of brotherhood mnnifcstcil wa* ad
mi ruble, hut ihe practice a- n permnn
in principle was such that no common
it v could today long survive ns n pro*
gressive force in human society, were
ii tv ndopl the economic system which
fulled -.n completely even under the
favorable conditions found among these,
devoted Christian men nnd women.
\- nl ready Intimaterl, ihe plan in
o|ieration was nut socialism at nil. but
n form of communism, The amazing
thing i- that many socialists will per
sist in saying that the early church was
actually socialistic in Its teaching nml
practice, Rut whether one calls it so
cinlism or communism, it Is quite evi
dent ihnt the entire scheme was non
effective even under the most fnvrfra
blc circumstances, It created nn Anan
ias whose nnmchns gum- down in history
i- the synonym for liar. Even the
' nmpnrntively ideal conditions nml spir
it by which this man waa surrounded,
did not make him the highly moral he
ing which socialists declare must come
nut ut -mil .in emlrnnnient.
UNIONISM AN AID TO PROGRESS
Men urging the adoption .n particu
kir theories, economic, industrial nnd
civic, wonder why the great inns* of
humanity take to them so slowly, when
it is -ii clear U|>on their adoption de
hiends the inline good nnd welfare of
the Lire.ii majority of oppressed man
kind. They have made a study of some
of the world's problems nnd do not seem
in realize that other men nre nbsorlied
in devising n solution of the -nine <|ii<---
tion by n very different method. They
see ho\i easy ii would be to remedy
the difficulties which ore of vital con
ecru to the plans, yet the people will
not take hold of nml institute the ideas,
The ileiniicr.it wants tree trade, the
republican protection, the socialist col
loetive ownership of the means nt pro
duction nml distribution, the -ingle tax
!>r ii tax on land values, nml each won
ders uhv the other does not see the
feasibility nf bi- solution. There nre
ninny of these remedies, nnd nil have
some merit, but the action of the people
i- slow, deliberate nnd usually right.
Ami it is desirable t lint t hey should
take <lo\vl\ to these theories, because it
keeps the world well balauced and pre
vents toppling over through fault v. one
sided const met ion.
The enuse which bni in the greatest
11 mount of real good must, in the end.
triumph, for the people, though slow tc
nt. will flock i<> il nml give the sup
poll nerr—arc In n tnii' trial.
However, this is a practical old world
iml the human being must he clothed,
housed and fed, and these results can be
produced by soaring aliove the lofty
louds. H'c must keep out feet down
upon the earth nod deal with this bread
and-butter question iv n bread-and-but
ter piodm ing way.
I nloulsni meet- present needs to n
yrenter degree than anything now with
in our grasp. It i- rendoring to the
| world (not alone to it* membership) Ihe
greatest service iv getting for the toil
ing million- .1 larger share of the noc
csskies and comforts of life than they
have been able to obtain by any other
means. It i- one of the moat progress
ive institutions of the present progress
ive ige. ii has always been, nml will
! continue to lie, n moat potent factor in
[educating and enlightening those who
'oil with hand nml brain. It is equipp
ing men nml women, boys nnd gills, to
N. B CHAI.;,ACOMBK.
KI'NKMAI. UIHKCTOR AND
Telephone Mam 368
181 1 Rockefeller Aye . Hverett
JOHN F. JERREAD
AMD E M BALMIER
«, w hio»<lw«y Phone M. Jjo
DAY AND NIGHT BERVICE
We are way over stocked—twice as much goods
as we should have. We must reduce this at once.
Every article in this splendid stock has been re
duced from ONE QUARTER TO ONE HALF in price
You know we always "Tell It" straight—we always
do as we advertise.
ENGER a JESDAHL
cope successfully with the problems of
i lie present ami t lie tut tire.
While organization lia> noi yel en
ahled iln- worker to obtain lii- full
share of thai which he psodueea, il is
daily bringing him closer to the goal,
Mil will continue in do so until ii has
: Imi'U entirely suci'essful or has Keen su
persedeil by something which the toil
er's increasing intelligence points ont
ns bettor suited tn his purpose, ami more
inimble ni producing iustice for all.
Tin' only vvny in measure the value
of the Individual "t the organisation Is
by i lie service rendered humanity, nnd,
weighed in the scale, organization among
wage workers easily leada all [lowers
given ii- iiji io the present time for
sternly ailvaneemenl toward supplying
ihe every-dnj neeils of human beings.
■I. W. Mullen, in Lalmr ( lareon,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
iv i In- Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in nml lor the ( ounty of
In I he mall er of I he est ate of Mar
gare) Burch, deceased, '
\oiiee i~ hereby given by I be under
•igned, T. d. Kelly, administrator ot
im- estate oi Margaret Burch, deceased,
io the creditors ami all persons having
claims against (aid defeased to exhibit
tlieni with ihe necessary vouchers with
in one ih year after the first publica
tion of thi- noiire lo said administra
tor at ihe office of ( oleman & Fogarty,
in the Walsh block, Everett, Snohomish
County, Washington, the same being the
place for the transaction of the busi
ness of said estate.
THOMAS -l. KELLY,
Administrator of the Batata of Mar
garet Burch, deceased.
Dated this nth day of January, 1800.
Date of firaj publication, dan. -J] no, 4t.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
11l the Superior Court of Ihe State of
Washington, in ami for Snohomish
Win field s. Woolever, Plaintiff,
Clara B. Woolever, Defendant.
Yon me hereby summoned to appear
within sixty (00) days alter the date
nf ihe first publication of this sum
mons, lo wit: within sixty days after
Everett Shoe Manufacturing' Co.
293S Broadway Aye.
CLEARANCE SALE OF SHOES
MEN £ HEAVY HAND MEN S BOX CALF SHOES
MADE SHOES 20 pail, sizes 6to 11,
61 pair, sizes 6to 13, m • a * V«
" ** 23 pan, sizes 6to 10,
price $5.00 ?
17 pair, sizes 6 to 11, P ncc ? 350
< .-«M 14,50 iCf r : ata6, . Bte . $3.25
sL P 6 r to 0 . ChiPP S a 5 23 pair, sizes 7to 10,
' r v union made, price $2.75
MEN S VICI KID |B pair , sizes 6 tolO
11 paii, sizes 6 to 11, price $2.65
union made, price ...$1.95 BOY'S BOX CALF SHOES
9 pair, sizes 6 to 11, 21 pair, sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2,
union made, price . . $2.65 price $1.85
25 pair, sizes 6 to 10, 15 paii, sizes 12 12 to 2,
union made, price ... $2.25 price $1.65
MEN'S CALF SKIN SHOES si2CS 2 12 l ° 5
14 pair, sizes 8 to 10 14 pair, size 12 1-2 to 2
price $1.85 price .
Full line of mens' working gloves-mule skin gloves 15c and up
——— REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES ____
Half Soles -Sewed or Nailed, 75cRubber Heels—Men's 40c, Ladies.3sc.
We have the most up-to-date stitcher on the coast capable of resoling; 200
pairs of shoes per day.
Must make room for our new sto, i, \\\- uro here to stay (>u n our ow v nratutH i>
This is strictly a home industry 1 I ay HO re»<
Everett Shoe Manufacturing Co
John Coldthorpe - J. W. O'Brien
2938 Broadway Aye.
THE LABOR JOURNAL
the 14th nay of January, 1000, and de
fend i lie abovo entitled action in tho
above entitled eouri and answer the
nmended eotnplninl of (lie plaintiff nml
serve n copy of your answer upon the
attorney for the plaintiff at his post
office addle-- below given; and in enso
nf your failure so to do, judgment will
bo taken against you nccording to the
demands of the amended complaint,
wbicli has I n tiled «it Ii I he t 'lork of
the nbovo entitled court.
The object of I his act lon Is to obtain
a divorce from the bonds of mntrimony
ami you are referred to the said amend
ed complaint and other tiles of this
-aid cause in the office of said Clerk.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
P, l». ami office address; \d. :\ >>\ :»)
Stokes Hldg., Everett, Washington.
Date of first publication, January 14,
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
In the Superior Court of ihe stale of
Washington, iv and for the County of
In tlic matter of the Estate of Mary
Ii appearing to the conn that (i. C,
lOstensoc, a- administrator of the es
tate of Mary Ostensoc, deceased, has
i filed herein a petition praying for an
order of sale of the real estate of said
j decedent hereinafter particularly de
scribed, for ihe purposes therein set
( foi l 11.
IT IS TIIBIIEFOIVE ORDERED thnl
pill persons interested in tin- estate of
i-aid deceased appear before the said
court oil the 13th day of March, 1000,
lai ill o'clock iii ihe forenoon of said day.
nl the courl room of -aid court, at the
courl house, iii the City of Everett,
County of Snohomish, State of Wash
| iugton, lo show cause why an older
I should mv Im- granted to the said ad-
I ininistrntor to -ell i In- real estate of
j said deceased; and that a copy of this
order be published file (5) successive
j week- in ihe Lalmr Journal, a nows-
I paper primed and published iv -aid
j count v ami si ate.
' Tin- real estate hereinbefore referred
to is particularly described as follow-:
'tin- north half of ih<- southwest quar
ter of tic southwest quarter (X 1-- of
s\\ I l of s\V Mi of section three (3,)
township twenty-eight (28) north of
range file (5) easi. \V. M., except one
ill acre out of the noil beast corner of
-aid land jusi described nml the rail
way right-of-way. B. 'A tract of land
commencing at the northene! corner of
1 l"i nine (0,) awl Inn four (4,) town
t -11 i11 tv i■i 11 y eight (28) north of range
five (5) oast, W. M., anil running south
along ihe river bank nboul 280 feel to
the true place of beginning; thence
[south -jsn feet; thence east to the east
line of -aiil 10l nine: thence north nboul
•jsu feet; (hence wesl ie > the true plnee
i>i heginning; ii being the intention of
tlii- description lo cover ten acres of
land ami that (he north line nl' this ten
acres of land shall be the south line
nf ten aire- of land of the mirth side
ul lilt nine.
W. W. BLACK.
Dated this liih day of February, 1000.
O. T. WEBB, At iy. for Administrator.
Dai,' ul' firsl publication, Fob. 11-00,5t.
Date of lasl publication, March 11-00.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
In the Superior Courl of tho State of
Washington, in and for tho County nf
•luliii Drown, Plaintiff; vs. Anna B.
The state of Washington, to the said
Anna I. Drown, defendant atiove
nre hereby summoned to nppenr
within sixty days after the date of the
iii-t imbliention of this summons, 1<•
wit. witldn >i\t,v days after the 4th day
of February, 11)00, nnd defend dm above
entitled notion in the above entitled
court, nnd answer the complaint of the
plaintiff, nnd serve a copy of your
answer upon the undersigned attorneys
for plaintiff, al their office below stated
and in case of your failure so to do,
judtcemenl will lie rendered against you
according to the demand of the com
plaint, which i- filed with the Clerk of
Tl hjeel of said action i- to pro
cur livoree on Ihe pari of tbe plain
tiff from the bonds of matrimony ex
isting between plaintiff nml defendant,
nml to obtain ii decree thai plaintiff
nml defendant are joint owners of cer
tain I I- specifically described in said
i complaint. nnd -it linte in llm » mint v ol'
Island nnd State of Washington, and
11 hat plaintiff i- the -.de nml separate
owner tree nml dear ol' any rigid of
ihe defendant in nml to n certain other
tract of land specifically described in
' 'be complaint, situate in ihe < ounty of
Islam) nml si.it,■ of Washington, and for
UERttJJ X ,v MILLS.
Plaintiff Attorneys, P.O. Address, Iv
| erett, Snohomish County, Washington.
Date of firai publication,' Feb, 1-00, (it.
GOTZIN SHOES FOR
MISSES AND CHILDREN
11 pair, sizes 5 to 8,
25 pair, sizes 8 1-2 to 10,
14 pair, sizes 8 1-2 to 11,
26 pair, sizes 8 to 11
14 pair, sizes 13 1-2 to 2,
25 pair, sizes 13 1-2 to 2,
BOY S LOGGERS-(HAND
12 pair, sizes 1 to 5,.
Chippawa Boy's Loggers.
10 pair, sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2,
Price $ 300
Phone Ind. 731
;;: Foley's Umbrella Store
!! 1807 Hewitt Everett
Thursday, February 18, 1909.
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•jj I Washed Nut,
At Lump and Steam Coa
X I'or Prompt delivery
| Phone 1553 Main
L| N. C. LITTLE FUEL CO.
♦Cor. Pacific - Virginia Aye,
The Emporium for
Union Made Bcsr
Membera of orgamiri labor • •
particularly notified lh.U Mi. Jer
genaen, the proprietor ef 'he Via
duct, cateri to union traie, aat
that no unfair beera are atl4 at
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
110-s l>eeu iv existence for
Ia) years, anil has awets rj
thirteen million dollars. It
is above suspicion. Tberr
is no better company in tlie
John Mcßae Agent
Rooms 17-18 Fobes Block, EvcjsbU
DOB B ' S
Wall Paper and
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
OILS, BRUSHES, Etc.
S. C. Johnson's Wood Dyes,
Floor Wax, Kleen Floor and
and Paint Remover.
2!tj.-, Rockefeller Aye. Tel. 181!
PHILIP G. WARNOCK
Haircutting a Specialty
2821 Wetmore Everett
Hunsaker 4 Rogers
1717 Hewitt Aye.
FOR BONDS OF ALL KINDS
Fire M;iriito and Liability Insur
ance. Raal Kstnte and ltentals.
J. T. Hazard, Prea. M. Hazard, Vice Prei
Everett TrunkMfg. Co.
Manufacturers and Ratal) Dealars uf
Trunks and Traveling Goods
Salesroom and Factory
'JSO9 Wetmora Aye. Kveratt, Waah.
For School Children
Ladies' bane i-dyr; silk- taf
fetta, with silver trimmed
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