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The labor journal. (Everett, Wash.) 1909-1976, March 04, 1909, Image 2

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TKc Labor Journal
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
S9lO Rockefeller Aye., Everett, Wash.
BY THE
NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
A. J. MORROW Proprietor
Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Advertising Hntcs on Application.
Entered at the post office in Everett,
Washington, ns second class Mail Mat
ter.
* UNION DIRECTORY <*
American Federation of Labor
Samuel Gompcrs President
.lames Duncan First Vice President
John Mitchell Second Vice President
James O'ConnelL.Third Vice President
Max Morris Fourth Vice President
Denis A. Haves Fifth Vice President]
W in. I > Fiuber Sixth Vice President j
•los. E. Valentine—Seventh Nice Pres.
John J:. Alpine.-Eighth Vice President
John H. Lennon Treasure]
Frank Morrison Secretary
Washington State Federation of Labor
President Frank W. Cotteriul
Seattle.
First Vice-President J. K. Campbell
Everett.
Second Vice-President E. A. Cooney
Spokane.
Third Vice-President Glen Harris
Walla Walla.
Fourth Vice-President—H. A. Livermora
Hoquiam.
Fifth Vice-President W. J. Bradford
Tacoma.
Sixth Vice-President das. Durham
Black Diamond
Seventh Vice-Pres Lafayette Moor>
Belllngham,
Secretary - Treasurer
Charles Perry Tayler
Tacoma.
Organiser C. 0. Voting
Tacoma.
Everett Trades Council.
R. F. Straka ... President
F. L. Woodcock Vice-President
J. J. Fox Treasurer
S. C. Boyd ..Secretary
J. Michel Sergeant-at Arms
SINGLE TAKER TWITS SOCIALISTS
111- current issue "i square Deal, oi-'

•ill- socialist party issued a mani- 1
tion=
ended it by a parable of tin- unemploy-1
''The worker i-. made to beg the cap-1
i;.tii-t to allow him to continue work
was stiil thirsty, and tin- capitalist re-;

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made.
agreements, anil when once made, (food
or had, they ihoilld be liveil up to, both
in spirit and letter Vgrei nentl for one
or two years at i .1 mod, but
agreement for k>] ger periods are on
ui.se. We have known good locale dis
rupted by the carelessness and Basil
genes of their Stem here, who, under a
tixi-year agreement y..t lukewarm in
attending meetings, paying duel, aseeea*
menti, etc., thinking and laying: "Oh
we're all right for five years." When
the tonal i» praetteally out of existence
.Hid the agreement expires, the second
-t.it. i- WOTSe even that the first.
Moral -Sign short agreements, and
when once sigMd, live up to them and
make the party of the second part do
the same
THE
HALLWAY
OF 11 IE
Virginia
Hotel
Looks like the receiving ward of a hos
pital filled with
The SICK and
AFFLICTED
TO SEE
DOCTOR
MADISON
THE GREAI
Medical Expert
aLivd Blood-
less S\irgeoi\
The Dr. will remain in Everett one
Week more.
Many are now "ii the high road to
health and happiness.
Dr. Madison cures permanently the
cases lie undertakes ami sends the in
curable away without taking a fee from
t hem.
That he is an eminently successful
specialist in all chronic diseases is proved
by the many cures effected, which have
I baffled the skill of all other physicians.
His past and extensive practice has made
him so proficient that he locate- and
j names :( ,]j sea . ( . j„ a ~.w minutes: No
experiments or failures. He undertakes
no incurable diseases.
| No matter what ails you or what
other- may have said, call and get his
diagnosis, as he often succeeds where
■asea h.ne been called incurable by those
'of less ex peri em •-.
All long standing diseases treated at
prices within the reach of all.
Read what the patients say.
•| was helpless from the giant dis
ease rheumatism. I managed to make
my way on crutches to the Everett the
atre. When Dr. Madison <-a!M for
■ ■ripple- I went to the platform and he
treated me for thirty minutes, afte;
wbicfa I walked off the stage and went
home without my crutches. I went to
work for B. H. VoUsas M Mar'h 1 an 4
feel fine. I was treated February 25.
IWsV
■< V. SMITH
Everett Wash."
I Ha- on crutches for four and a
half year. Dr. t-f-ated me a',
the Everett theetre, Thursday snafct,
February 2'), and h* broke sty mttdsss
and I walked out of the theatre I
tinoe to walk without the aid oi iisslih
1 - en : am feeling fine."
MBS. E. r DEAN
W k eMN '
"Dr. feat**j to* for deitiitw
7 day» ago. I am improved *ud i.»-»ir
Office at
VIRGINIA
HOTEL
9 A. M. TO 9 P. M..
Including Sunday
Consultation
I Free
Will Remain in Everett until
Saturday, March 13th
Closing at 6 P. M.
LABOR LEADERS IN DEMAND
There are not nearly as many labor
leaders in the Industrial field as are
II led.
We mean by "labor leaders" men who
aro making a study of organised labor
and know how to advise the lay mem-
Imts. It i- perhaps eaaj to account for
this and to point to a remedy. The in
celltivc to take an active part in labol
troubles is not sufficient to cause any
I.ut the most self-sacrificing men to work
their way to the front and long re
i main there. In the first place, it is
| usually a labor of love, and then when
the average man finds he is being ml
verscly criticised by the men he is work
ill. for he heeomi s discouraged. lb'
finds hi' is severely criticised for bis
mistakes, or charged with making mis
takes, without an investigation being
held, and given but slight recognition
lor the good he does.
When all things are considered, the
lack of students of the labor movement
i- easily accounted for.
Therefore, let USe resoluvc to turn
over a new leaf, and lend every possible
Assistance to all men who are willing to
mike sacrifices, and believe no evil of
any one until charges and statements of
wrongdoing have been proven true.—Un
ion Banner,
j The man who simply pays his dues,
who remains away from the meetings
of his local union, is about as helpful to
the union and the labor movement as
is a damp match to a loan in the dark
Lest we forget: All Butterick Pat
terns, including the Delineator, Design
er and New Idea, are unfair. Ditto the
Ladies' Home Journal and Saturday
Evening Post. Shun them!
UNFAIR
WAHLGREN ELECTRIC CO
MODERN PLUMBING k HEATING
PAINTERS. ' ' "
I not. J. Moft.
Northern Transfer Co.
Express and Bigjiii
PIANO AND FURNITURE HOTTJ :
Storage ia CMS* ti.
Office, 1930 Broadway t~. W*ja
UNFAIR LIST
HOTELS—V;:j-z_» Betel a Cafe
C R SCHWEITZEi. Pl—ill I
WAHLGREN ELECTRIC CO
MODERN PLUMBING i HEAT
ING CO
P.. .Sp:.r..'-rr '-.-.:.-£■•• -.1. .1 j •
1313 }{*•'■* «.-..*
Warsfcoaes feat ef a
street
P. Seaipaoa, Mtrttw
carpenters ; .«,:
Jar lit* C. ; Ksti P-»'t- 'tt,:
•bock, Ridgewsy, W©ii fTfniaM)
I*o-2 Or at :
PAINTERS ...
Merrifi*W.
PLASTERERS V a J -.
\Viiiar<J ( Wkuht A. E Wright
LVxAh-
ELECTRICAL WORKERS TktS
AMERICAN wle DRIVING CO.
BARBERS 'A m. Whittaker,
LesreO.
MEATS CerateSM Pacing Com-
P"y.
bj onto k\ e&jrrr trades
THE LABOR JOURNAL
Professional Cards
ROBERT McMURCHLE
ATTORNEW-AT-LAW
Am. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Everett, Wash.
Howard Hathaway Guy C. Alston
HATHAWAY & ALSTON
ATTORNEW-AT-LAW
3rd Floor American National Bank Bldg.
E. C. DAILEY
ATTORNEW-AT-LAW
Rooms 215-216 Stokes Blk. Everett
ANDREW JOHNSON
ATTORNEW-AT-LAW
Rooms C and 7 Fobes Blk. Everett
MARVIN W. SMITH
MUKILTEO LAND CO.
Amer. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 789
Earl W. Husted Robt. A. Hulbert
HULBERT & HUSTED
LAWYERS
401-2-3 4 American National Bank Bldg.
Both Phones Main 7.
H. D. Co'oley J. E. Horan
COOLEY & HORAN
LAWYERS
Wisconsin Block Everett
JAMES H. NAYLOR
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Rooms 3 and 4 Dorchester Bldg.
Office Phone 479. Res. Phone 560
HENRY W. HOLMES
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Rooms 15-16 Colby Building
em Main BOM Everett, Wash.
3 W. Sherwood F. W. Mansfield
SHERWOOD & MANSFIELD
LAWYERS
Blk Everett
McLaren & shorett
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
U4-M-M Greenberg Block
i 1513 Everett, Wash.
J W. KENNEDY
AI7GRXEY-AT-LAW
Americas National Bank Building
-- Everett, Wash.
H H tteta Mag. Notary Public
WM SHELLER
Lawyer
Sua*»t Phone 204 EVERETT,
Uesamacal Phone 2."X. WASH.
MM •,.>!„« »LW rUC.D AH .......
Tell your Sweetheart
to Use
Union-Made Brooms.
Plumbing
Gas, Steam and Hot Water
Fitting, Jobbing Promptly
Attended to.
Phonea Sunset 1.122 , bid. 104 X
H. C. Brown
2521 Hewjtt Aye. EVERETT
Steamer City of Everett or Telegraph
SEATTLE, EDMONDS, EVERETT
W EEK I>A v 1 iml i ARD,
Leave Seattle, 7 a. ■~ II in., f, p. m.
Leave Everett ILLS a.m., liU, 7:la p.m.
SUNDAY TIME OABO.
Leave Seattle 7:30 a. in., 12 in., b p in
Leave Everett t»: 45 ML, till, 7:15 p.m.
Itedueed excursion rates every Sunday.
Round trip, 76c.
MEALS A LA CAK IE.
S. J. WHITE
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Edmonds, Wash.
Phone Sunset 25.
NOAH SHAKESPEARE
AT TORNEY-AT-LAW
- I*-M Diefenbacher Block.
PADGETT & BELL
AITOENEYS-AT-LAW
v m Mt-MI Greenberg Blk.
I*. IT-177 ASK
ROUTE.
THRU ROUND TRIPS DAILY
CHANGE OK TIME
OUR LINEMAN
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 be 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 and Nursery Stock.
City floral and Seed €0.
W. WALLMARK, Prop.
Salesroom and Office: 1916Vs> Hewitt Aye. (Opposite Mitchell Hotel.)
Greenhouse: Cor. 43rd and Broadway.
Rates Reasonable. Goods Delivered.
Salesroom, Sunset 1009; [nd. 758Y 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. Both Phones 248
Custom Tailors Union Label
We have a first class shop and are prepared
to take care of your wants in up-to-date clothes
P. WAGNER
Phone Ind. 589 Z. Res. Ind. 298 X
Fine Tailoring 2004 Hewitt Aye.
WE LEAD while others follow
FOR PINE PHOTOS
The Brusb stu<Jio
2801 Wetmore. Phone 700.
GRAND THEATRE
Always High Class Shows
Every Comfort and Convenience
CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES
2:15 to 5:30 p.m. and 7:15 to 10:30 pju.
See that the
is on your garments
1500 Hewitt Aye.
Admission 10c
Thursday. March 4. 1909.

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