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The Labor Journal.
PUBLISHED l.\ ERV I lIURSDAI
Labor Temple, Everett, Wash.
Entered at the Post Ofttcc In Everett,
Washington, as second class Mail Mat
ter.
E. P, MARSH. . Editor.
.1. I. ( AMPBELL.. Husincss Manager,
Phones s.inset lis. Ind. tisiY.
Subscription si.no Per Year In Advance.
Advertising Hates on Application.
UNION DIRECTORY
Ameucan Federation of Labor.
Samuel Oompers .President,
dames Duncan... Kirs! Vice President.
.John Mitchell Second Vice President.
dames OTonnel Third Vice President.
Max Morris Fourth Vice President.
Dennis A. Hayes .Fifth Vice President.
Win. D. Hube'r sixth Vice President.
Jos. E. \ i lent inc. Eighth Vice l'resident.
,Ibhn It. I.ennon Treasurer.
Frank Morrison Secretary.
Washington State Federation of Labor.
President < 1! Case,
Seal tie.
Eirsi vice President Fred Hudson,
Bclllnghnm.
Second Vice Presldent-.Thos. Maloney,
Spokane.
Third Vice President J.. F. Clarke,
Walla Walla.
Fourth Vice President H. \ I.ivermore,
Hoquinm.
Fifth \ ice President W. .T, Bradford,
Tacoma,
Sixth \ i,e president.. ...Jas, Durham,
Rnvensdfl le.
Seventh Vice President—>f. E. Campbell,
Kverci t.
SeP.-Treas, ( has. p. Taylor.
Tacoma.
Organizer -C. 0. Young.
Tacoma.
Everett Trades Council.
A. K. Darner ..President.
.las. Ballew Vice President.
,T. J. Fox Treasurer.
It. F. Straka Secretary.
E. P. Marsh - -Heading < lerk.
Representative Cushman is the wit ol
the House, lie i- also a High Protec
tionist. Me often relieve- the tedium
••I monotonous debate I>V "lie nf his
humorous speeches. Speaking on the
tariff, the other day he is credited with
the following-remarks: "'Since you (tho
Democrats) were in. American labor has
traveled all the way from a pound of
liver on credit to a dollar's worth of
porterhouse steak paid for in cash."
Ihor to be the last remarks on the tar
iff question. When Mr. Cushman first
ran for Congress in IBofl he stated that
Sis assets at that time were four doll-
.'is nnd a half in cash and a broken
down bicycle! As he is now reputed
in own property valued in six fixures,
dr. < us'hman has "gone some" himself
>me« the Democrats were in.
The number of unemployed men in
San Francisco is conservatively estimat
ed to !„■ about 22,000. Gov. Gillet was
In- recipient lately of an open letter
by a noted newspaper correspondent in
which in- wa- asked how he considered
tin- unemployed problem couhl be solv
ed. The Gov. replied that he had given
'In- matter but little attention, but that
the legislature had provided for a bond
ing proposition to be submitted to the
people which if carried would provde
work. This measure will be voted on
by the people at tin next election and
i: carried will be effective iii two years
from now. In the meantime the un
employed can live on expectations, which
M a very nutritions ,li,.|, indeed:
thoughtful governor and legislature.
We fail t uhat there ii about
ibis marriage which took place in So
attic a few day* ago between a foolish
girl and a Jap to call forth such a pop
ular outburst of indignation. If the
young woman prefers the son of Nippon
to a white man it is ber business. Time
»il! cure her of her folly. The wo
man who will estrange husband, friend-.
- it all the tie- that Uund her to her
past for the mice ~f ber daughter and a
•lap dishwasher i- strongminded enough
lo make her dap lon-ln-lav, Wish he
hadn't dime it. Our sympathy goe« nut
however, to the broken hearted father
who see, the future that he had plann
ed for his only daughter, dashed to at
"in-. The contracting parties to this
mesalliance Inn. taken the step with
their eyes open. .\lu. ti a- it is t., be
regretted, it i- their funeral—not our-
Prom the time "i the Republican eon
rention bit June, up t., the vary day
••i elction, President Taft played <!»•
ttiae ol "My politic*" with bis whole
ponderons weigh! upon the loud pedal,
Voiae paaaei for music with lots of peo-
Ile and -o this v.dump of sound Iron
'EMeha ahoul to receive thp mantle of
Elijah passed aa the real thing in gov
ernment harmony. Since his inaugura
'ion. however. Several have hnp
pened thai convince »• that it was not j
' i cathedral organ, but n phonograph that
be was phu Ing.
The April issue Ol the Shingle Weav
• i
er. published in Seattle is at hand and
greatly improved in trppenrances. A new
departure is v eoVei' printed in colors and
etnhellished with ml- symbolic of the
shingle weaving Industry. The paper
i- typographically neat, and is replcti
with Interesting material. Congratula ,
ti< ii-. Bro. W illi-.
LOCAL NOTES
\n the I.oesi designs in Wall Paper al
(ilobc Wall Papei Co., 1313 Hewitt.
Strictly ituion miiuo good* tire huudl*
ed nl the Lnbnr Temple dpt»r ntnnd.
ftet the lml.it
We carry .1 fine line of Easter milhn
I cr\ ai reduccil prices. Mi-- M. John
-1 -on. 171T 1 .. How it 1 avenue.
The bartender's union hare a bunch of
11 i\ ■ • wires on their membership roll, I 1
! you don't believe it ;i-k < loldic,
Electrical Worker, McKay, returned
Saturday from San Francisco, Ho re
ports many idle union men in ilinl city.
s. t'. Dickens, of the Shingle Weavers'
has obtained control of the Empire lin
tel on Wet more and w ill take a vaca
tion from the mills for awhile,
We carry a full line of union made
suits, hats, and gents' furnishings, Also
a fine line of slimmer underwear. Ed
ward Walsh, 100" Hewitt avenue.
The monthly business meeting of the
Directors of the E. T B. A. will be
held iii ihe Labor Temple tomorrow
night. All directors should attend.
Dan Chlsholm i- a verj proud man
.it the present time and was seen pas-
j ing around a box of cigars to his fellow
machinists a few days since. It's a fine
[ baby girl!
Voting Men'- Easter suit-. $]o to -i-i-~>.
I Men's extra si/,, suit- $23. si hats
and shirts. Fare allowed mi $10 s.iies. l
at Pillman's, 102-1 Hewitt
The t arpenters held an extra large
meeting la-t Thursday night. The boys
always remember some way or other
when the first meeting in the quarter
rolls around.
Tho reading room nt the )..> I h,1 Temple
i- indebted to Bro. Stampe, of the ( ar
penters' union for n large bundle ol
magazines. These donations of read-j
■ mar material are much appreciated by
the Temple management,
Fishing tackle. The open season for
fishing was April l-t. A full line ol
I tackle at An Inn Baily's Gun, Bicycle,
Talking Machine and Sporting Goods
•'. 1. Fox has been working "n the
plumbing "ii the new high school at
J Sultan. Under the terms of an act pass
ed by the late legislature the Sultan
high school was given ■> grant of ten
acres ..I land. A splendid building is
being erected, which, when completed will
j I"- credit tn i lint bust ling city.
I l'.ii-.v Blair, of the typographical un
ion is in Everett again alter a five
month's sojourn at the Printer's Home
|in Colorado Spring-, and is much im
j proved in health. Bro. Blair i- en
thusiastic over tie- treatment rendered
tic- ininate- nt the home, lie reports
the normal number at the Institute to
be about 1011. 10,,1 and billiard rooms.
ic.i ling and smoking rooms, all elegant
E- Z,
the
SKOEMAN
Ralston $4.00
Union v\ ,oie
Fellowcraft $3.50
Union vi.,,t,.
Nettleton $6.00
THE BROADWAY
Cleaning and Pressing Parlots
4 Suits Pressed and Sponged for
$2.00.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Absolute Satisfaction Guaran
teed in Every Respect.
29371 2 Broadway, Phone Ind. 45Y.
H. G. Swalwell. Richard Cary. W. N. Riley
Reliance Realty Co.
(Watch for the Red Pennant.)
FARM and CITY PROPERTY
Insurance and Rentals
We htve n long list of bonetj
that can be bought on sinal! j>ay-1
merits.
2823 Colby Both Phones 752.
ly furnished, furnish recreation. The
grounda are extensive and command al
beautiful panoramic view of the sur
rounding country. There are at pres
ent 40 inmates from the Empire state,
and th>- Big Six" rules the roost! Many
heated arguments are indulged in bj
these old fellows, .md young ones too,
who have helped to make history from
the coast of Maine to Puget Sound
through the medium of alert brain and
nimble fingers, and romnisciences fly
thick and fast. Tin- Printer's Home,
■•it- bounty unpurchasable, it- charity
wit bout price, i- the crowning glory of
this association. It i- -mall wonder
that every printer'- heart -well- with
pride wln n he think- nl this institu
tion which -tends between him and the
spectre, want, when old age or sickness
comes upon him.
A letter recently received from Organ
iser Vnung states that he i.- busily en
gaged in Eastern Washington. It was
hi- Intention to come tn Everett short
ly after the adjournment of the legisla
ture, hut wa- called to Walla Walla to
adjust some difficulties between the
contractors ami carpenters of thai city,
lb' repo i- having organised the paint-!
| ersj hodcarriers and a federal union in
Pasco. His presence in Spokane has!
been urgent!} demanded but orders from
Secretary Morrison, ol the \. F. of L.
have taken him tn other place-. Well
ington. Oregon ami British Columbia is
! the territory to which Mr. Young U
assigned and in our humble opinion it
;is too large a territory to be cared for
by one man and do justice to the work
of organization. it Is probably true
.however, that the Federation of Labor
places ill the men in the field that their
I f nances will permit, bul it is to be re
gretted thai more active, live organic
ers cannoi be placed in the field.
Joe, i handler, who has been runninn
the cut-off in Smith's shingle mill iii
the northern part of the city received
lit sever,- (in on ihe hack of tlm hand
I last Saturday, which will lav him up
for two w eel.-.
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S. J. WHITE
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
ROBERT McMURCHDS
ATTORNEW-AT-LAW
Am. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Everett, Wash.
Howard Hathaway Guy C. Alston
HATHAWAY & ALSTON
ATTORNEW-AT-LAW
3rd l'hioi- American Natioual Bank Bldg.
Phono Sunset I~>.
E. C. DAILEY
ATTORNEW-AT-LAW
Rooms 216-216 Stokes Blk. Everett
Rooms 0 and 7 l-'obcs Blk.
MARVIN W. SMITH
MUKILTEO LAND CO.
Amer. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 729
Earl YV. Hutted
HULBERT & HUSTED
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101 2-3 I American National Bank Bldg.
11. D. Cooley
COOLEY & HORAN
LAWYERS
Wisconsin Block Everett
JAMES H. NAYLOR
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Booms 3 and 4 Dorchester Bldg.
I Iffice Phone 479. Res. Phone 56C
HENRY W. HOLMES
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Rooms 13-10 Colby Building
Phone Main 8094 Everett, Wash.
M. W. Sherwood P. W. Mansfield
SHERWOOD & MANSFIELD
LAWYERS
Suite 7, Colby Blk. Everett
NOAH SHAKESPEARE
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Booms 19-20 Diefcnbacher Block.
214-15-1G Greenberg Block
riiono 1513 Everett, Wash.
Roorai 321-322-323 Greenberg Blk.
KVERETT, WASH.
J. W. KENNEDY
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
American National Bank Building
Phone 1012. Everett, Wash.
320 30 Stokes Bldg, Notary Public I
WM. SHELLER
Lawyer
Sunset Phone 204 EVERETT,
independent Phone 2.">7X. WASH, j
UNFAIR LIST
HOTELS—Virginia Hotel & Caf».
\l 11 < HELL in ITEL, Barber simp.
Bar ami ( afe,
C. R. SCHWEITZER, Plumber.
WAHLGREN ELECTRIC CO.
MODERN PLUMBING & HEAT
ING CO.
1!. Springer, oi Springer's I'.aznar,
1311 Hewitt avenue.
Warehouse foot of California
street.
P. Sampson, contractor.
CARPENTERS J, M. Harris, D.
Jardine, C. J. Iland, Piatt, Pad
dock, Ridgeway, Wold (House)
1402 Grand.
Edmonds, Wash.
ANDREW JOHNSON
ATTORNEW-AT-LAW
Robt. A. Hulbert
Lloth Phones Main 7.
McLAREN & SHORETT
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
PADGETT & BELL
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
PAINTERS - John Engblom,
I boa, J, Mori, I. E. Men il'icM.
iw . M -c. v. Hunt.
PLASTERERS W. A. Allyn,
WilUrd, C Mieeler, A. E. Wright,
[tooth.
ELECTRICAL WORKERS - Tho*.
Storrey.
AMERICAN PILE DRIVING CO.
BARBERS Win. Whitheher,
Lowell.
MEATS (arsteus Packing Com*
puny.
Meat Market nt gOOfi Hewitt. All
meat with Qw, itamp No. 8M
i- unfair.
By order EVERE'I T TRADES
COUNCIL.
Everett j
J. E. Horan
Paints, Oils, Glass, Brushes, Pictures, framing, Moulding, Screen Doors,
Cut Flowers and Floral Designs, Flowering Plants, Seeds,
Bulbs and All Kinds of Shrubs and Nursery Stock.
City floral and Seed Co.
W. WALLMARK, Prop.
Salesroom nnd Office; 1016% Hewitt Aye. (Opposite Mitchell Hotel.)
Oreenhoute: Cor. 43rd ami Broadway.
Rates Reasonable. Goods Delivered.
Salesroom, Sunset 1000j Ind. IBS\ Greenhouse, independent 137 X
WE LEAD while others follow
FOR FINE PHOTOS
Tbe Brusb stu<Jio
2801 Wetmore. Phone 700.
PRINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
The Best Equiped Book and Job Office
In the Northwest
WE PRINT EVERYTHING
All Kinds Of Catalog Work a Specialty
News Publishing Co.
EVERETT, WASHINGTON
2912 Rockefeller Aye. Morrow Building. Both Phones 271
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 Co.
Window Screen*.
"Strictly Union Shop"
Telephones: Sunset 1221, Ind. l"7\. Res. [nd. 171, Sun, 001.
ESTIMATES GIVEN OX PAPERING AND PAINTDfG
and Guarantee Our Work
Thursday, April 8, 1909.
Wall Paper Co.
N. T. NASLUND, Prop.
2820 Rockefeller Aye.
EVERETT, WASH.

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