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Thursday. March 4, 1909.
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Will give FREE with each purchase of Drugs, Patent
Medicines, Cigars, Sundries, etc., a check specifying the
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.
BOSTON DRUG CO.
3M20 Hewitt Aye. Tel. Ind. 270
Have that PRINTING done at the Journal office. Phone 271.
OFFICIAL ROSTER OF
Everett Trades Council.
Meets every Wednesday night at Labor
Temple at s o'clock. R. K. Straka,
president; S. (J. Boyd, secretary.
Lathers Union meets every Saturday
night. J. Michel, Pres.; das. Oatman,
Bridge and Structural Iron Workers'
Union meets first and third Satur
days. .1. ,1. Phllpott, Pres.; A. S.
Cooks, Waiters & Waitresses' Union -
Meets every Thursday. Alidia Skagite,
Pres.; Win. Aldcrson, Secy., phone
Shirt. Waist & Laundry Workers' Union
No. 164, Everett, Wash —Meets every
second and fourth Monday of each
month, in Labor Temple, at 8 p. m.
President, 0. P. Harno; Vice Presi
dent, JJennie Lindbladj lice. Sec,
(leoigie Benson; Fin, Sec, S. ('. Boyd;
Treas., P. 0. Hall
Everett Typographical Union No. 410.
—Meets last Sunday of each month
3 p. in., Labor Temple. W. C. Hall,
president; E. Marcuson, secretary
treasurer, 2718 Walnut St., Phone Ind.
The J. B. I. U. of A., Local 446, uisats
the first and third Thursdays of
eacli month at the Labor Tempi*, at
s p, m. M. T. Alliman, President)
John Van ratten, Secretary.
Tailors' Union No. 335 meets the first
'Tuesday night in each month at 8
o'clock in Labor Temple. A. C. Berg,
Pres.; S. .1. Met'all, Sec.
International Brotherhood of Electrical
Workers, Local No. 191, meets every
Thursday night in Labor Temple at
7:30 p. in. S. T. Roberts, Pres.; It. C.
Kiest, 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. R. Fuche, preisdent; W.
Carpenters and Joiners of America No.
502, meet every Thursday night at 8
o'clock in Labor Temple. J. W.
Stansbury, Pres.; Way. Hill, Secy.
SI earn Engineers meet every Wednesday
night. Jos. Clark, Pres.; Roy Skin-j
ncr, Sec, 2012 Walnut St.
Sheet Metal Workers' Local Union No.
193 meets every first and third Friday
at 8 o'clock at Labor Temple. W. W.
Parker, Pres.; .1. P. Carton, Sec, 1720
Plumbers' Union meets every Monday
night. John Bailey, President; J. O.
Watson, Secy, 2518 Baker.
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All Kinds Of Catalog Work a Specialty
News Publishing Co.
2912 Rockefeller Aye. Morrow Building. Both Phones 271.
Bricklayers and Masons' Union No. 10
meets every Wednesday night at
Uibor Temple at 8 o'clock. E. A.
Durrant, president; W. Melang, Sec.
International Association of Machinists,
Local 130. Meets first and third Tues
days of each month, Labor Temple, 8
p. m, M. L. Stadum, Pres.; R, Straka,
■ Rec. See.; J. B. Hibbert, Fin. Secy.,
Musicians' Union meets every second
Sunday of each month at Labor Tem
ple. Theo. Boer, president; J. T. Bee
Painters' Decorators and Paper Hangers
of America, Local 339, meets every
Wednesday evening at Labor Temple.
Woodsmen and Sawmill Workers' Union
No. 24 meets every Friday evening
at Labor Temple at 8 o'clock. Presi
dent, P. L. Woodcook; Secretary, C.
J, Schoenrock, 2531 Maple.
Brewery Workers' Local Union No. 142
K. Drolet, Pres.; A. P. Argall, Sec;
Everett Building Trades Council.
Meets every second and fourth Tuesday
night at Labor Temple at 8 o'clock.
Jas. Itallew, president; A. E. Crandall,
International Brotherhood of Teamsters,
Local No. 441, meets every Friday
night at 8 o'clock at Labor Temple.
1 resident, A. L. llaynes; secretary, C.
Plasterers' Local Union No. 190 meets
every Thursday night at 8 o'clock at
Labor Temple. President, W. E.
Moore: secretary, .las. Ballew.
American Brotherhood Cement Workers
Local No. U7 meets every second and
fourth Friday at 8 o'clock at Labor
Temple. President, E. C'bristensen.
meets every fourth Friday at 8 o'clock
at Labor Temple. President, 11. 11.
Hopkins; secretary, (has. Shatten
kerk, 3015 Grand.
Bartenders' Union—Meets every Sun
day. W. 11. Baker, Pres.; 'I. L. Kloft,
Sec; E. N. Davis, Treas.
Longshoremen 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. U. Box 132.
Shingle Weavers' Union, Everett Local
No. 2, meets every Tuesday evening
at S o'clock in Labor Temple. Clar
ence Eolsom, President, 2811 Walnut;
E. P. Marsh, secretary, care Labor
In the Northwest
THE LABOR JOURNAL
NOVELTY AT THE SCENIC THE-
ATER THIS WEEK
The Traviolas, one of the liest Eu
rnpean net* on the American staae, were
brought to this country and worked on
the Original Orpheum circuit at a high
salary per week, and Manager svimltz ot
A PLUNK A WORD
An elephant lay dying on Africa's sunny
No soft-voiced elephantess soothed his
But a comrade stood beside him. while
his life blood ebbed away.
And bent with pitying glances, to hear
what he might say.
"My hold on life is slipping." quoth Ihc
And though his eyes were glazing, his
gentle voice was firm.
"Take a message." he continued, "and a
token to the herd,
My obituary, 101 l them, will bring n
plunk n word.
"Tell my brothers and companions, when
they meet and crowd around,
To hear my mournful story, in our old
time stamping ground,
That I stood without a tremor, and
didn't try to run,
When I found that I was up against a
I faced death well and bravely for the
glory of the i lan
And the further aggrandizement of a
For well I knew that distant lands
would be profoundly stirred
By the story of my passing, told at a
plunk a word.
"Tell them thai I stood at noonday,
eating tender bamboo sprouts,
When my meal was interrupted by
fierce, ear splitting shouta,
I gazzed about me w ide-eyed, and ceased
And in perturbation wondered whence
such sounds could emanate.
I heard footsteps behind, me. and swift-
Ij w heeling 'round,
I trumpeted and flapped my ears, pre
pared to stand my ground.
'Dee lighted;' cried a loud voice. 'This
yarn will be a bird.
I dee clare that il is worth it fully
worth a plunk a word.'
"Of his face I saw but little l>nt a pair
of glasses thick
And a great display oi Ivory that made
my own look sick.
In rage I charged me toward him. lie
swiftly raised his gun.
I met a storm id' bullets, and knew my
race was run."
The feeble breaths grew weaker in the
His loyal friend drew nearer 10 hear
what he might paid.
And as he listened closely, these final
words he hea I'd :
"Tell them few obituaries bring a plunk
EDM! NO W< IBRRLA .
Mrs. Shell Ob. dear, I do wish we
were rich I Just think of the good we
eoul.l do If we only had lots of money!
Mr Short True, my dear, but we can
do 11 great deal of good In a quiet way
now. .Mrs. Short- Yes, of course, but
no one will ever bear of It.
Ptggi You believe tbut whisky is
good for II rold. don't you? Swlggs-
Yes. but how did you know? Piggs
Ob. I've noticed that you nearly al
ways have a cold.—Chicago News.
Husband (entering house with bag
of chestnuts) 1 brought home some
more chestnuts, dear Wife (wearily
without glancing up) I'm ll«tonli'-»
The face of I wife shows wlml her
husband is; Hie shirt of the husliaiid
allow s what Ida nife la, • Sol \ tan I'rov
11l Juatloc CWirt before William Shelter.
Justin' of the Peace, in ami for Ev
erett I'recinct, Snohomish County,
the Scenic theater has gucc led in book
ing them one week in lii~ theater at a
salary of $150, and expects to pack the
house, If one should tell what these
jugglers do it would be hard to believe.
Their wardrobe and stage settings are
elegant ami they claim to hold the
world's record in expert lump rolling and
M. Seller & Company, Incorporated,,
a corporation, Plaintiff; vs, W It.,
Strow bridge. Defendant.
To W. It. Strowbridge, the above named
In the name of the state of Washing
ton, you are hereby notified that Al.
Seller St Company, Incorporated, a cor
poration, tin' above named plaintiff has
filed a complaint against you in said
court which will come on to be heard at
my office in the Court house in the City
of Everett. Snohomish County, State of
Washington, one the 26th day of March.
l!»0!t, at the hour of ten (10) o'clock A.
M., unless you appear and then and there
answer, the same will be taken as con
fesed and the demand of the plaintiff
The object and demand of said com
plaint is to recover the sum of thirty
three ami 30-100 dollars ($33.30) for
goods, wares and merchandise heretofore
sold and delivered to you at your in
stance and request by said plaintiff,
complaint filed February 'J.">th. A. D.,
.Justice of the Peace.
BELL, WDKRSON & McLAREN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and
Post Office address: Realty Building,
Everett, Snohomish County, Washing
Date of first publication, Feb. 25-09, 3t,
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upon having them.
THE REASON \1
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makers in the world.
The selection of the leathers tor each part
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every department, is looked after by the beat
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yon how carefully W. L Douglas shoes are made, you
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My Secret Process of Tanning the m
Bottom Solos produce* More %ff i
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Shoes sent everywhere by mail or express. Write for illustrated catalog
giving full instructions how to order by mail.
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
Tickling in the Xhroaafc
"Just a little tickling in the throat!" Is thai what troubles
you? But it hangs on! Can't get rid of it! Home rem
edies don't take hold. You need something stronger—a
regular medicine, a doctor's medicine. Aycr's Cherry
Pectoral -contains healing, quieting, and soothing proper
ties of the highest order. Ask your doctor ahout this.
No alcohol in this cough medicine. /,('. .-Iyer CoTJ^well,.\ W
Constipation positively prevents good health. Then why allow it to continue? An active
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COOKS AND WAITERS TO DANCE
('(Hike, Waiters and Waitresses will
give their annual ball St. Patrick's day.
Marelt 17. 11)011, in the Masonic Temple.
I Don'l make anj other engagement, hut
1 bin nt Ickel to the ball and help (Well
the pine In, liesides spending an en
I ji i\ aide e\eninji dancing,
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Mr—White and Haeketl have open
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Rockefeller avenue, nexl door to the
Sews rublishitig Cumpauy, and intend
en Tying a complete stock "i carpets,
draperies and furniture.
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