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The Labor Journal.
PUBLISH! li EN ERY I 111 RSDAY
Labor Temple, Everett, NVash.
Entered at the Post Office In Kverett.
Washington ■<■> second class Mail Mat
F. P. MARSH. _ Editor.
3, E, CAMITI Id Business Manager.
Phones Sunset 14S, Ind. OSIY.
Subscription ••. . 00 Per* Year in Advance.
Advertising Kates on Application.
Ameihnn Federation of Labor.
Samuel Gompers President.
,lam. s Dun tn. - First N ice President.
John Mil Second N ice President.
James O'Connel Third Vice President.
Max M'Miis Fourth Vice President.
Dene- A. Hayes Fifth Nice President.
Wm. D. Ruber Sixth Vice President.
Jos. E. \ tlentine.Eighth Vice President.
John It. Lennon Treasurer.
Frank Morrison Secretary.
Washington State Federation of Labor,
president C 1!. Case,
First \i i President Fred Hudson.
Second Vice President.-Thos. Maloney,
Third Nice President L. F. Clarke,
Fourth Vice President..ll. A. Livermore,
Fifth \ ice President W. J. Bradford,
sixth Vice President Jas. Durham,
Seventh Vice President.-J. E. Campbell,
Sec Treaa . Charles Perry Taylor.
Box 185, Tacoma,
Organizer C. o Voting.
Everett Trades Council.
J. C. Rourke President.
Jas. Ballew Vice President.
Ji, J. Fox Treasurer.
R, F. Straka Secretary.
F P. Marsh . Heading Clerk.
We call our readers' attention to the
article on the front page I• \ Mr. Kauf
man, of Bcllingluim, on Majority Rule. |
If you have not read it, do mh ii you
have read it. go hack and read ii again.
It i- worth your while. Mr. Kaufman
represented the farmers' grauge at the
Walla Wall nvention and introduced
resolution Si>. In bearing on the subject
of forming a majority rule league. It
was adopted by the convention without
debate. It i- pprobable, however, that
very few of the delegates present gave
much thought or study to the proposed
plan of political action. The rank and
file of organized labor throughout the
si ite should be interested in any plan
of political activity which offers prom
ise of relief frmn ring rule and corrupt
political practice, and should give this
Mr. Kaufman's theories or you may not,
he al least makes it very plain in bis
article jusl ivhat lie means by "majority
i. ■ resolution mentioned above and
passed by the Walla Walla convention
mmittee ol three
Labor x net in conjunction with like,
committees from the Washington State!
Grange, the Washington Farmers' I "nion
arrange details for the promot ion ol
It behoi yes everi member of organ
izeil labor, therefore, to study the pro-'
You can aid the project greatly by a
promoters; also if there be weak points
i can aid by illtel
i n'i - i
mail evet yet made a million dollars in v
ods thai ground out of the I
-pocket- of the | , on wonder, gen
tie men of tin >ii world, why the ,
working peple luru to socialism or I
some othei ism foi relief! Mr. Patten's '
bull campaign in wheat is one answer
This aditi is not written with any '
fault find inn spirit nor a desire to n 1
bssslj criticise but we believe it to be |
a solemn dutj ot the labor press to |
point out the weakness, if there be any
apparent, inside the union movement.
Just as much a duty as it is to defend
the union- from ihe ceaseless attacks
of a cotnm n.iny. We believe that
a serious tnistal a is being made by the
building trades inions of this city when '
they dispense with tbe services of a
business agent, particularly at this time.
Each city has bt> contend at all times
with a barge floating class of skilled a
well as unskilled workmen who are a
menace to union conditions unless they
are union men and have learned to re
spect and olx-y trade rules Che A. V
t\ exposition has hroiight many work
men to the Snind country, and will
bring many more. A large proportion of
them come here with but little money.
Hie press agents have .lone their work
(end done ii thoroughly), end it mm
been represented to them In the Best
thai Puget Bound is an Eldorado with
plenty ol work and big pay. The open- '
ing of the exposition throws mechanics
. out ii work who "ill scatter to diffet
ent «it i• —. Everett will get ber share of
all these idle men she i- getting ii
now. What effort are the building trades
making to get these men Into th
Iganizationt fhej arc doing the best
. they can, no doubt, but the results are
not what a live business agenl would
get. For it is tbe little jobs ihat count.
Phe cottage here, a residence there and
a repair job yomlcr, The large contract
. jobs can be easily watched because
• everybodj knows nltout them, but it Is 1
the small jobs ol work scattered
throughout the city that cause the
. worry and trouble. It Is so easy to slip
lonto a -in ill piece of Work an.l off again
ami the temptation t" tl wuer t"
get hi- work done a little cheaper than
,he thinks union men would do it with
11 hancc ol detection reduced i" a
,[ minimum, i- hard to resist. It i- true
I ih,,l mure i.r less (if this kind of work
Igoes mi when there is a business agent
iin the field, hut we believe that ii has
been demonstrated thai a business agent
! made of the right kind of -lull can slop
the most of it. it i- discouraging to
union men who have created closed
-hop conditions ami paid their money to
maintain them to see men enjoy the
benefits who do not help to pay the
cost. \\'e believe that whichever way
you look at il a business agent is a
necessity in a fast growing city like
i.in-. The extra cost in dues and assess
ments in SUpOrting one Would be ill fill!
tesimal compared to the returns, Hie
cheapest ami best investment a man
. ever made in his life i- his monthly
union due-. It your wages prior to the
organization were one dollar per day
less than tiny are now. then you are
drawing down per month interest on
an invested capital of $1 per month.
ian yon heat that anywhere else under
ihe -hining -mi? Then, it a business
agent can materially aid in holding for
v.m the hour- and wages you enjoy and
2ii or 50 cent- each month more will
maintain that business agent, ii would
-till he a gilt edge investment, would it
Now. you will pardon u-. good breth
ren of the building trades, if we have
s butted into your affairs a little bit. We
have every confidence in your union
. ism and your desire to do the thing
that seems best. You should know your
lleed- hotter that] we. but We Would be
I untrue to all that i- besl in unionism
if. seeing w hat We llolle-t ly believed to
I be a great mistake, ive should not try
to point ii out. Reason il all out for
v .nil-elf. brother, and see if J'OU don't
ijarrive at the conclusion that your In
. terests demand the watchful eye of a
trustworthy, Mm- business agent. Ami
if you arrive at that conclusion don't
. begrudge the few cents extra a month
,il will eo-t. Just the price of a ball"
d"/en cigar- or two fv three trips to
the in cent -how. Isn't it worth il ?
. Do you know our opinion of what
constittlies an ideal union '.' Il is a union
that has backbone and courage enough
to -land up for principle to strike if
need be and brains enough to tell the
public in plain language exactly what it
is striking for. That is the union that
I will be found getting what il goes after.
SUMMONS NO. 97C8.
In i !i- Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for tlie County of
r, J, Kelley, Plaintiff; vs. llobert 11.
Moody and Maud S. Moody, E. Mail
ton mid 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 11. Moody and Maud I
S. Moody, B. Marlton and Ellen Marl
ton, his wife, also nil other persons or;
parties unknown claiming any right,
title, estate, lien or Interest in tbe real'
estate described in the complaint here-
You and each of you are hereby sum
moned to appear within sixty i6O( days
after the date of the first publication of.
this summons, to-wit: within sixty (60),
days after the 29th day of April) 1909,
and defend the above entitled action in,
the above entitled court, and answer the ;
complaint of the plaintiff and serve a!
copy 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 tbe demands
of the complaint, which has been filed
w itn the clerk of said court.
The object of the above entitled action
i- to quiet plaintiff's title in and to tbe
following described real estate situated
in Snohomish County, Washington, to
wit: lots si\ in.i seven iT.I eight (8,) r
and nine (9.' in block si\ hundred eighty
seven iW7) of tbe Everett Land L'om
pany'a First Addition to Everett, as
-•own upon the plat thereof, as record
ed in the office of the Auditor of Snoho
mish ( ount] Washington. Plaintiff in
his complaint herein now on tile in the
'ice of Me- i lei k of the above en-1
tilled court prays that it be adjudged
tt plaintiff's title in and to said prem- ',
I--- and each and every part thereof is •
U 1 snd valid, and tliat it be further 1
adjudged that tbe -aid defendants and |
each ..t then, la- adjudged to have no j
claim, interest or lien whatever in and I
to said land- and j.remises or any part •
i <>bi.M\\ \ FOGARTY, ;
Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and Post- .
offici .Address, Walsh Building, Ever- '
ett, Washington. \
Data ol first publication, April 29, i
1909 at. t •
The Union Transfer
Phone Main 141
Baggage, Furniture, Piano and
Machinery Moving, Storage
Li\rerj and Boarding Stable
Cornsr (irand and California.
line of up-to
placed on sale
at cost to
for our b i g
suits soon to
Vuioi\ Ma. d c
Cor. Lombard and
Near Labor Temple
THE LABOR JOURNAL
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION.
in 1 ill: SI PERIOR 1 hi RT 01 THE
SI \ l*E OF U ASHING TON IN KSD
I lIR SNt Uli i.\l l>ll 1 iil'N TV.
P. f>. Solberg, Plaintiff, rs, Thomai J.
Mort, a< exeeutoi of the la-t will and
testament of John Mort, deceased,
Isaac A. Mort, I nomas I Mort, Dan •
lei Mort, Homei Mort, lame, Mort,
William Mort, Sarah Rush, Delia
lireenweil ami Frank Mort, Delia
Greenwell, as administratrix "i es
i.ite .v Lucind Mort, deceased, and
George \V. Swank, defendants.
The state of Washington to the above
named defendants and t" each and
• •very one of you:
■s <> 11 and each of yon are hereby sum
mulled to appear within sixty HUM days
after the dale of the firsl publication
ol this summons, and defend the above
entitled netlon in the court aforesaid
and serve a nopj ol year answer upon
the undersigned attorney for plaintiff at
his postoffiee address below (riven, and
in ease of yunr failure so to do, judg
ment "ill be rendered against you ac
•if.ling to the demands of the complaint
and amended complaint, the original
••I 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 Of a mortgage
ami asking for a deficiency judgment,
Nun are referred i" the complaint and
amended complaint on file for further
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Postoffiee and office address, ms 329
:in Stokes building, Everett, W ash.
Date of first publication, May 27-00 71
NOTICE AND SUMMONS
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington in and for the County of .
Hewitt I.unci Company, n Corporation,
Plaintiff, vs. Mil.lull Land and Im
provement Company: Everetl Mosaic, it
Till- (!o. and all persons unknown if any,
having or claiming an interest or es- .
late in and to tlie hereinafter de
scribed real property, Defendants.
I'HE STATE OF WASHINGTON, to
the above named defendants:
You arc hereby notified that the above
named plaintiff is ihe owner and holder
of Certificate of Delinquency number
ed -iiMis issued and dated the 31 day of
January, A. 1). 1808, by the County of
Snohomish, State of Washington for the 1
amount of twenty seven and 24-100
($27.24) Dollars, the same being the
amount then due and delinquent for
taxes for the years 1893, 1894, 1895
upon real property of which you, the
said defendants are the owners and re <
puted owners, situate in said county
and more particularly, described as fob '■
lows, to-wit :
Lot thirty-seven (37) of block "E"
' of Mitchell Laud and Improvement Com
, pany's First Addition to Kverett. and
• upon which the above named plaintiff
[ and its assignors, have paid subsequent
, taxes assessed against said property as 1
' Taxes for the year 1880, amounting to
i $12.67, paid February 28th, 1901.
'i Taxes for the year 15,17. amounting to
J $5.04, paid February 28th, 1901.
.| Taxes for the year 1898, amounting to:
' I $"4.54, paid February 28th, 1901.
J Taxes for the year 1899, amounting to
. $4.22, paid February 28th, 1901.
' Taxes for the year 1900, amounting to i
\ $1.34, paid MarCh .Mb. 1902.
, Taxes for the year liiul. amounting tv
• $1.13, paid March sth, 1902,
[ Taxes for the y ear llio-j, amounting to
, $1.92, paid February 23rd, 1903.
1 Taxes for the year 1903, amounting to
I $2.62, paid May 3rd, mOa.
i Taxes for the year 19(14, a tinting to '
J $2.18, paid May 3rd, 1905.
,] Taxes for the year 1905, amounting tv
• $2.08, paid June Ist, 1606,
' Taxes for the year 1066, amounting to
! paid April' 13th, 1900,
i Taxes for the year 1907, amounting to
J $2.33, paid April 13th. 1609.
, Taxes for the year 1908, amounting to
• *:t.7*. paid April' 13th, 1909. "
| All of saiil several amounts hearing in
. teres! at tin' rate of fifteen per cent '
• per annum from the respective dates of
| payment thereof,
. And you and each of you are hereby
; summoned t,, appear within sixty day's
, after the date of tbe first publication of
.this notice and summons ex
; elusive of the date of such first
', publication, to-wit: within sixty t
• days after the 29th day of April. A. D. '
] 1909. exclusive of said day. and ! . fend ]
, the above entitled action in tin Court
• aforesaid, or pay the amount due as
| above set forth, together with the .oats.
i In case of your failure so to do, judg- i
ment will be rendered foreclosing sa?d
lien for Certificate of Delinquency-, taxes. •
penalty, interest and costs, against the
lands and premises hereinbefore mention
ed and described.
HEWITT LAND COMPANY, |
By KALI'U ('. BELL,
Attorney for plaintiff, P. (). Addr,-. Fv
erett, Wash. (
Date of first publication April 29, '09,
MITCHELL HOTEL, Barber Bbop,
Bar and ( afe.
CEMENT WORKER Pettlt, Br
C. R. SCHWEITZER, Plumber.
WAHLGRKN ELECTRIC CO.
MODERN PLUMBING & HEAT
R. Springer, of Springer's Ha/aar,
1313 Hew itt avenue.
Warehouse foot of California
P. Sampson, contractor,
CARPENTERS-J. M. Harris, I).
Jardine, C. J. Hand, Piatt, Pad
dock, Bidgeway, Wold (Home)
1-tnj Grand ; doe Grsmquist.
PAINTERS — John Engblom,
Thoa, I Mort, F. E. Menilield,
I . Hunt, I'hos, Ferguson ol Sno
PLASTERERS W. A. Allyn,
Millard, C. Wheeler, A.E.Wright.
ELECTRICAL WORKERS- Thos.
AMERICAN PILE DRIVING CO.
BARBER S - Wm. \U it taker,
MEATS- Carstens Pac king Com
Meat Market at 8008 Hewitt. All
meat with Got, stamp Xo. 2>i
By ordsi EVKRJET] TRADES
Everett Paint. fIMHM & ' Vr > Co -
I .el IM show vuu
MODERN \W r
In all its beauty in
2808 i OUB\ A\ E
Ind. 60X, Phones: Sun. 1959
Bveratt Paint. Piper ft Art Co.
•<>3 uy V jrf'ic.i 'mv:,( 11 w»Ag
Gas, Steam and Hot Water
Fitting, Jobbing Promptly-
Attended to. : : :
Phones Sunsel 1222; fad. 104 X
H. C. Brown
2521 Hewitt Aye. EVERETT
J. L. MORROW
FULL LINE OF WOOLENS CAR
Cleaning and Pressing.
2907 Hewitt Aye., Everett.
Men's half soles, sewed or nailed
< I'Sullivan Rubber heels
Canvas gloves 4 pair 25c
70c per doz. Full line men's sox
John Goldthorpe, Prop.
Phone Ind. 731
2938 Broadway Aye.
C. A. Hudson, Scandia Bank W. R. Booth.
Hudson & Booth j
Timber Lands, Logged Off Lands
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans.
Phone Sunset toa. Everett, Wash.
CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR EYE
i We don't prescribe glasses unless you
need them. We make our own glasses
and sell them at moderate cost, and
EVERETT OPTICAL CO.
1014 Hewitt Aye. EVERETT.
Northern Tr*ansfen Co.
Express and Baggage
PIANO AND FURNITURE MOVING
Storage in Connection
Office, 2930 Broadway Everett, Wash.
Mm MWIM MM ru,» M Auuym.
Tell your Sweetheart
Union Mali Brooms.
■o.> 9 jrt<i«a n*j»A3
It It's Right the Boston Sells It"
If Makes no Oifferance
How particular you are as
to your clothing wants, The
"Boston" can supply you.
Alll good union lines have
their home with us.
The Boston Clothing Co.
Keystone Overalls :
Cones Overalls : : :
Paints, Oils, (llass, Brushes, Pictures. Framing. Moulding. Screen Doors,
"Strictly Union Shop"
Telephones: Sunset 1221, Ind. 197 X. Res. Ind. 474, .Sun. 091.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON PAPERING AND PAINTING
FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
ALL SUHiiER GOODS
25% to 35% off on the $
Pay us when you get paid. Good goods and low prices.
Chicago Outfitting Co.
WE LEAD while others follow
FOR FINE PHOTOS
Tbe Brush stuclio
2801 Wetmore. p hone 70Q
€vemt Brewing Co.
Wall Paper Co.
N. T. NASLUND, Prop.
2829 Rockefeller Aye.
"EVER - IT"
Thursday, June 3, iqoo