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Thursday, May 20, 1909.
Everett Firemen's Circus
n, vi 24
Cus torn Tailors Union Label
We have a first class shop and are prepared
to take care of your wants in up-to-date clothes
Phone Ind. 589 Z. Res. Ind. 298 X
Fine Tailoring 2004 Hewitt Aye.
Read this carefully
See that the
is on your garments
Mr. Union Man:-
We cany the following nrtiolet, which are union made and
should h»V6 the support of every union man in this city:
11. R. CO. CLOTHING
YALE PANTS CO. TROUSERS.
THE McKIBBIN $3 and $4 HATS
GOLF SHIRTS -FULL NEGLIGEE SHIRTS.
Second to none in the city BELL BRAND COLLARS and CUFFS.
SARGENT & PRICES WORKING GLOVES.
Enger & Jesdahl
WI. o. w.
is creating- much interest
and good natured rival
ry among friends of the
contestants. Two of the
strong orders of the city
and the Cooks and Wait
ers union have candi
dates. Miss Campbell for
the Owls; Miss Moody
for the W. 0. W.; Miss
Freeman for the union,
are off in the race for the
Contestant securing the
greatest number of votes
will receive a $350.00
Candidates for Queen
and their standing are:
Miss Tillie Freeman, Unions' candi
Miss Myrtle Elvrum, Scandinavian
Miss Julia Moody, W. 0. W.
Miss Hazel Campbell, Owl candi
SUMMONS NO. 9768.
lii tlie Superior Court of the Stnte of
Washington, in and for the County of
T. J. Kellev, Plaintiff; vs. Robert H.
Moody and Maud S. Moody, E. Marl
ton and Ellen Marlton, his wife, also
all other persons or parties unknown*
claiming any right, title, estate, lien
or interest in the real estate described
in the complaint herein, Defendants:
The State of Washington to the said
defendants. Robert H. Moody and Maud
S. Moody, E. Marlton and Ellen Marl
ton, his wife, also all other persons or
parties unknown claiming any right,
title, estate, lien or interest in the real
•state described in the complaint here
You and each of you are hereby sum
moned to appear within sixty (60( days
after the date of the first publication of
this summons, to wit: within sixty (fiO)
lays after the 2!) th day of April, 1909,
and defend the above entitled action in
the above entitled court, and answer the
:omplaint of the plaintiff and serve a
•opy of your answer upon the under
signed attorneys for plaintiff at their
office below stated; and in case of your
failure so to do, judgment will be render
ed against you according to the demands
of the complaint, which has been filed
with the clerk of said court.
The object of the above entitled action
is to quiet plaintiff's title in and to the
following described real estate situated
in Snohomish County, Washington, to
wit: lots six (6,) seven (7,) eight (8,)
and nine (9,) in block six hundred eighty
seven (687) of the Everett Land Com
pany's First Addition to Everett, as
shown upon the plat thereof, as record
ed in the office of the Auditor of Snoho
mish County, Washington. Plaintiff in
his complaint herein now on file in the
office of the Clerk of the above en
titled court prays that it be adjudged
t'nit plaintiff s title in and to said prem
ises and each and every part thereof is
;ood and valid, and that it be further
adjudged that the said defendants and
each of them be adjudged to have no
claim, interest or lien whatever in ami
io said lands and premises or any part
COLEMAN & FOGARTY,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Office and Post
office Address. Walsh Building, Ever
Date of first publication, April 20.
IUO9. 6t. 1
Ghe LINE that PLEASES
Bargreens Golden Drip
Bargreens Black Tea.
Bargreens Pure Spices.
Bargreens Pure Extracts.
Bargreens Baking Powder.
IMPERIAL TEA CO.
1407 Hewitt Aye.
Both Phones 142.
THE LABOR JOURNAL
( all for the union label on everything
11. Benjamin, of the shingle weavers.
had the misfortune to lose a finger on
an upright machine at Carlson's mill last
We have a lot of men's and boys' suits
to close out at cost. Pillman's, 1U24
The closing down of the work at Ruck
cr Bros, mill at Lake Stevens threw
Isert Thomas' crew idle and several of
the pile driver boys tire back in 'own.
Are you ashamed of that monthly
button? If you are not, pin it on where
everybody can see it. it means as much
to you. surely, as any emblem of a fra
We carry a full line of union made
suits, hiits. and gents' furnishings. Also
a fine line of summer underwear. Ed
ward Wahl, li'ti7 Hewitt avenue.
Some speedy work was don,, by sev
eral of the carpenters this w eel. in alter
ing the front of the Scenic theater. The
theatre front as re-arranged presents an
White & Hacked, dealer- in furniture
and house furnishings, expect to be able
to move into their new building some
time next week. Don't forget that they
are friendly to organized labor and are
worthy of your patronage.
An equal suffrage society was organ
ized in Mukilteo last week with a char
ter membership of about twenty. Much
interest was manifested by those pres
ent at the opening meeting ol the or
Wheels $5 down and $a a month. Base
ball outfits and sporting goods. Arthur
Daily's Gun, Bicycle and Spotting Goods
The annual convention of the socialist
party of this state will lie held in Ev
erett tlie 3d. 4th and sth of July. About
so delegates are expected from all parts
of the state besides many sympathizers
and visitors. The Everett local are mak
ing extensive preparations for the- en
tertainment of the visiting delegate-.
Enger & Jesdahl, who have been as
sociated in tlie clothing and gents' fur
nishing business, will dissolve partner
ship at the close of the present disso
bit ion sale. This firm has been one of
the most consistent caterers to union
trade in tlie city and have at all times
carried as full a line of union made
goods as could be obtained. Mr. desdahl
will continue the business, and union
men will always find it a good place to
The race for queen of the Woodmen
•arnival is getting mighty interesting,
and the winner is hard to pick, although
Miss Freeman, the union candidate, lias
■i good lead at present. The contest
closes in about a week and we have had
it tipped off to us thai there are some
surprises in store. The fourth candidate
w ho lately entered the lists, is going like
a seared rabbit and promises to make it
interesting for the others, so it is up to
them and their friends to get out and
Some of the boys hive the Canadian
fever and are la&ving f r the other side
of the line. Canadian hingle manufac
turers are at last awakening to the fact
that Asiatic labor is not as profitable
as -killed labor and are replacing them
with whites. There i- always a fasci
nation about a new country and the
timber over there is fat superior to any
tiling left around these diggings bene,
The local is determined to put a stop
to the practice of some of the boys of
playing pool in a Jap pool room on Riv
e side. Each offender will be fined $1
after dune 1 if oaught transgressing.
The ilclterates to t in- county enliven- \
tion at Arlington la- Sunday gave an
excellent report of the meeting. The
■ounty organizer haa iroven to he the
right man in tlie right place and has ac- !
compliehed much excellent work for the
short time he has he. in the field. The
lioys ure convinced that the county or
gani/ation plan il going to work out for
the bat term ettt of the craft in many
Are you prepared for
It is coming at last —We handle
at very lov.v>t Prices. Give us a call and be convinced.
0. H. Gunhus,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
<>E WASHINTON IN AND Foil SNO
In the Matter of flic Estate of (o-or
giana ( harlton. Deceased.
Notice i, hereby given by the under
signed, J. M. Bahcock, administrator of
Ihe e-tate ot Georgians (lun It on. de
ceased, thai he has i v appointed as
such, and to the creditors of and all pel
sons having claims against said deceased
to exhibit them with the necessary
(omlicrs within twelve Il2i months aft
cr tfte first publication of this untie,
to-wit. within twelve months after
idtnfnstrato at hi- office, room 21,
Walsh block, Everett. Snohomish conn
ty, Washington, the same being the place
for ftie tran-action of the business of
slid estate in Snohomish county, and
all claims not s () presented shall be for
.1. M. BABCOCK,
Administrator, Room 21 Walsh Itlock. ,
THOS. A. STIGER,
Attorney for Administrator.
Date of first publication, May >n. "09
Date of last publication, dune 17. '01.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION.
IN' THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND
FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY.
P, <>. Snlhcrg. Plaintiff, vs. Thomas J.
Mnrt, as executor of the last will and
testament of John Mort, deceased,
Isaac A. Mort. Thomas J. Mort. Dan
iel Mort. Homer Mort. lames Mort,
William Mort. Sarah Rush, Delia
Green well and Prank Mort, Delia
Greenwell, as administratrix of es
tate of Lueind Mort. deceased, and
George W. Swank, defendants.
The State of Washington to the above
named defendants and to each and
every one of you:
Yon and each of yon are herebj sum
moned to appear within sixty 1(101 days
after the date of the first publication
of this summons, and defend the above
entitled action in the court aforesaid
and serve a copy of your answer upon
the Undersigned attorney for plaintiff at
ins pOstofflce address below given, judg
ment will be rendered against you ac
cording to the demands of the complaint
and amended complaint, the original
of which has been filed with the clerk
of the above entitled court.
This action is brought for the pur
pose of obtaining a judgment on a prom
issory note and satisfying the same by
the foreclosure or a mortgage
and asking for a deficiency judgment.
You are referred to the complaint and
amen.led complaint on file for further
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Postoffi o and office address, rooms :i-2!>
:iu sioi.es building, Everett, Wash.
Date of first publication. May 20. U!)—7t
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHO
Nettie Sheridan and John Sheridan, her
huaband, Plaintiffs, vs. W. H. Phil
The state of Washington to the said
W. H. Phillips, defendant.
Yon are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the date of the
first publication of this summons, to
writ, within sixty days after tlie 13th
day of May. A. I). 1900, and defend the
above entitled action in the above en
titled court, and answer the complaint
of the plaintiffs, and serve a copy of
your answer upon the Undersigned at
torneys for plaintiffs at their office he
low state.l. and in case of your failure
90 to do judgment will be rendered
against you according to the demand
of the complaint which has been filed
with the clerk of said court. That said
action is brought to quiet the title to
the following described property in the
said plaintiff Nettie Sheridan. Said
property being described as lots 31 and
■\2. in block 827, plat of Everett, Division
"II," Snohomish county, state of Wash
Cooley & Horan, plaintiff's attorneys.
P. (>. address. Wisconsin bloc k. Everett,
Date of first publication, May 13-fit.
NOTICE OF HEARING OF FINAL AC
COUNT AND PETITION FOR
in the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for the County of
Snohomish. Probate Department.
In the Matter of the Estate of Eliza
both A. Anderson, Decessad.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, Tha«
the final account of George \Y tnder
son. administrator of the estate of Eliza
both A. Anderson. Deceased, has been
returned and presented to the above en
titled court for settlement, and that a
petition lor the final distribution of said I
e-tate has been filed with said aeeOUUt;
[that Saturday, the 20th day of May,
1908, at ten o'clock A. M. has been duly
appointed by said court for the setth
•tient of said account and the hearing
ot said petition, at which time any p er
son Interested in said estate may appear
and file hi- exceptions, in writing to said
account, and contest the same, and also
; may be heard in the matter of the peti
. tion for distribution.
Dated this 84th day of April. 1900.
JOHN R. DALLY,
I'lerk of said Court,
i By W. P. MARTIN. Deputy.
JAMES H. NAYLOK,
. Attorney for Administrator, Rooms 11
--12 ft-13 Slack Building.
Date of first publication, April 20th.
1000. 4 times.
Cor. Hewitt and Broadway
Some aMcoHoI Questions
Is alcohol a tonic? No! Docs it make l!ic blood pure?
No! Does it strengthen the nervys? No! Is Ayer's
Sarsaparilla a tonic? Yes! Does it make the bit >od pure?
Yes! Does it strengthen the nerves? Yes! the only
Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol? \ Ask your
doctor ahout this non-alcoholic medicine. II he approves,
your confidence will he complete.
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Dull boys! Dull girls! Dull men! Dull women! Hi hearted! At
very often due to constipation! Vet the cure is so easy Vsk your doctor,
Everett Trades Council meet - 1
Wednesday night at Labor Temple, a!
s p. m. President .1. ('. Rourke, 17U2
Wednesday Secretary, I!. V. Straka.
Everett Building Trades Council meets
every 2ml and 4h Tuesday at Labor
Temple at *. p. m. President W. E.
Moore. :i7!:i Wet more: Secretary, t.
11. t liltoll. 2026 Summit.
Lathers' Local 77, L. I. L\; meets every
Saturday at s p. m., at Labor Temple
in Rail No. 4. Jacob Mi hel, Pres.,
3306 rolby; Elias Krishwick, Sec. 2717
Bridge & Structural Iron Woiktrs' 1 nioi
meets every Ist. and 3rd Saturday in
Hall No. 8. President, A. H. Herbs! i
Secretary, A. S. Bailiff, 1*2:; Wet
Cooks, Waitetl & Waitresses 1 nion -
2nd and 4th Tuesday-. Hall No. 3.
Miss Myrtle Young, Pres.. Weiser's
drill: Dan Werner, See., 3414 Rucker,
Phone [nd. 309-X.
bunt Waist & Laundry Workers' Union
No. 154, meets 2nd and 41 li Monday
at 8 p. in.
i> pog.aphical Union No. 410 meets on
the last Sunday In each month at •'!
p. m. President, W. C. Hall: secret
ary. E. Marcus n. 2718 Walnut.
journeymen Barbers I nion No. 4io
meets Ist and 3rd Thursday at 8 p.
m.. in Hall No. 5.
tailors Union No. 335 nts the 1-t
Tuesday of each month at 8 p. m.. in
Hall No. 5.
Electrical Workers' Union No. 191 meets
every Thursday evening at 8 p. m.,
in Hall No. 5. ' President, J, M. Gibbs,
1803 Pacific: Secretary. H. ('. Feist,
Brtendeis' Union meets first and third
Sundays at 2:30 p. m. in Hall No. 5.
President. W. H. Baker.
Carpenters' Union No. M-2 meets every
Thursday evening in Hall No. 2. at
8 p. m. ' President, H. W. North, 3012
(lakes; Secretary. Ray Hill, 3530 Lo
stationery Engineers' Union meets ever)
Friday at 8 p. m. in Hall No. 3. •
President, .los. Clark, 3905 Paine; Sec
retary. L. R. Skinner. 2612 Walnut.
Union No. 498 meets the
2nd Friday of each month in Hal!
Plumbers' Union meets ever) M m lay at
8 p. m. in Hall No 5. President, J.
O. Watson. 2.»18 Baker; Secretary,
R. Van Dyke, 2.V21 Oakes.
Many mechanics are arriving in town
from the east and from other Sound
cities, and it behooves every union man
to see that the new arrivals get in right
by affiliating with the union of his
Is waiting to connect your house or
place of business with OUT jn wer
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 oft unhealthful oxlurs.
We will be glad to furnish an
estimate of coet at any time.
Everett Railway, Light
and Water Co.
Sheet Metal Workers' I nion meets every
i-t 1 11.1 3d !"rid ij at sp.m. in Hall
No. :i. President 1. li t lifton, 2026
Summit: Secretary, A. .)'. Eckstrom,
Pressmens' Union meets the Ist Wed
nesday in each month at 8 p. m. in
Machinists' Union \ . 130 meets tlie Is'
N... 3. President, A. K. Ellis, 281S
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Machinists
Mrs. E. I illen, 1927 Oakes; Financial
Secretary, Miss Kitty Stillwell, 2210
Journeymen Blacksmiths' Union mei-ts
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen meet
the md 3rd Sunday of each month
Musicians' Union meets tin- 2nd Sunday
of each month at 3 p. m. in Hall No.
3. President, <'. G. Nordeen, 3222
Colby, phone fnd. 500Y; Secretary. LI.
Beecroft, 2721 Fulton, F»ne 723 Sun.
Painters' Union So. 339 meets Wednes
days at 8 p. m. in Hall No. 3. Presi
dent, E. Drolet, 2029 Pucker: Secret
ury. A. F. Argail, 1817 Pacific.
Wo-.dsmen & Sawmill Workers' Union
No. 24 meets everi Friday at 8 p. ni.
in Hall No. :,. President, ('. 3. Sehoen
rock, 2531 Maple: Secretary Gordan
Brewery Workers' Union No. 142 meet
the 4in Frida) of each month at S p.
in, in Hall No. 4. President, R. Hop
Plastereis' I nion No. 190 meets every
Thursday at 8 p. in. in Hall No. 4.
President. W. E. Moore. 3713 Wet
more; Secretary, las. Ballew, 1910
Electrical Workers' Union No. (132 meets
ever) Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. in
Hall' No. 4. President, S. Petteraon,
3012 Federal; Secretary, F. O. Roscoe,
Shingle Weavers' I nion No. 2. meets
every Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. in
Hall No. 1. President Ch is. Kneebt.
2813 pacific; Secretary, E. P. Marsh.
Give a copy of the Journal to your
non-union friend and ask him to sub*
scrihe for Bhe paper that stands square
ly for the interests of the man who
We Carry a Full Line of
All Government Inspected
Look for Stamp No. 194
MONTE CRISTO MARKET
1712 Hewitt Both Phones 201