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The Labor Journal.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Labor Temple. Everett, Wash.
En'ered at th« Post Office in Everett.
Washington ■ nd class Mail Mat
K. P. MARSH. ..Editor.
J. F. CAMPBEU Business Manager.
Phones Sunset Us. Ind. 6tt¥.
Subscription $1 f, O Per Year in Advance.
Advertising Pates on Application.
Amen an Federation of Labor.
Sitnuel Compels President.
J imes Duncan First Vice President.
! Im Hit hell Second Vice President.
James O'Connel..Third Vice President.
Max Morris Fourth Vice President.
Dennis A. Hayes..Fifth N ice President.
Wm. I). Hubc'r sixth Vice President.
J. s. E. Valentine Eignth Vice President.
J hn B. Lennon Treasurer.
Frank Morrison Secretary.
Washington State Federation of Labor.
]• resident C. R. Case.
First Vice President Fred Hudson,
Second Vice President..Thos. Maloney.
Third Vice President L. F. Clarke.
Fourth Vice Presi isnt-.H. A. Livermore,
Fifth Vice President W. J. Bradford,
Sixth Vie* President. Jas. Durham.
Seventh Vice President.-J. E. Campbell,
See.-T'reas .Charles Perry Taylor,
Box ISo, Tacoma.
Organiser - C. 0. Young.
Everett Trades Council.
J, C. Rourke President.
Jas. Bailew Vice President.
J. J. Fox Treasurer.
R. F. Straka .Secretary.
E. P. Marsh Reading Clerk.
othei Im\ why the union people of the
*t the A.-V.-
P. exposition instead of knock. He add- ''
■ - ■ - ■ ■ ■
the great ni rthwest and -very citizen
oi this "Western empire," as he termed
neat. Ti.i- gentleman seemed to be in
this apparent lack of enthusiasm over
and withal friendly towards organized!
mention of the A Y. P. fair arouses no
great sentimental expression from union
hit.its in the Alaska and government
. of t
msgniri ent g•■in Is ire in themselves
worth going across the continent to see.'
; • otl ..-re! ear. Then why this
*t a s
- f this
■s the a In
the lights, tin
•heie tits the spe tre of greed and ani
mosity ' .1 Is the organized ranks of
..... . -< -I Seattle, aided
idleness tbe workers, shamefully
ntract with the building
faction and •. «k down the closed shop.
The union men ere patient, too. un
they had . to .tand in the
>am hope I getting the trouble ad
justed .• i- with reluctance that the
matt*] efore tbe annual con^
'.••iiti'.ii ol the Washington Mate fed
eration of latbor and that body was ask
ed to place • • exp .ition under the ban
of organ la 'I his action was not
taken until the highest official, of the
fair ware appealed t.. to persuade the
contractors to right the wrong they had
■lon- to rganized ial»or. and tin-..- offi
cials had refuted to act. There doesn't
seem to be any other course of action
left open to union men and retain
their self-respect but t.. place the expo
sition unfair ["here are law* governing
the conduit of union men which are
flexible lometime* and perhaps o]#n to
different interpretations, but the laws
of wages, working hours and closed
shop are di-!inet Ij not in that category.
Whasj you -hike at any one of these
cotkditions you strike at a ha»ic prin
ciple of uuioasiss. S,, at the risk of l»e
ing misunderstood, ot being called dis
loyal and unpatriotic and all that, the
onions took the a.-tion they did. That
WMSSS union men. or rather union mem
hers (there is a difference Sometimes),
d.sertcd their fellows and accepted the
conditions iui|*>Hed on the workers who
took employment from exposition con ,
traitor* does not alter the right or'
v rotig of tli- stand taken by organized'
labor a* a whole, one iota. Today organ
i/ed lalior does not regret taking that
stand although they do regret the condi
tions which were created by a lot of!
avaricious contractors and naughty fair!
■fflcials which forced thorn to take that
•tan i. That tbi fair official* have thet
same scorning for unionist* today thai
t'l.y have aivvay- had is evident f on
an incident of recent date, duly 3d i» t<
be one of the big day* of the fair. It i-
Lumberman* day. when the lumber and
.iiin.de manufa turer* of the state and
their employe* ere t«> hold high revel
-ports and contest* of skill peculiar t<
:hi«e allied tndHHtrie* are to lie polled
off, »n I who is it that -coins to be the
%... V thing on that day" Jes-o Iv.-
lanager of the Stiroson Mill Co. ot Hal
lard. Is there a shingle weaver in the
state of Washington who went through
;he great strike of 1!*«> who h*S not
heard of the name of les-e Tv. and
who doe« not know that to him more
than to any other ..tie man do thej owe
the losing of that memorable -troggleV:
It i» the memory oi broken eontrart*.
gross insult, and incidents *uch a- we
have just relate 1 that prevent* union
men and women from going into rest*
«ie* of delight over this exposition.
They would like to have Wen able to
s.iv to the world, "behold, our fair! It i
representative not only of the possibili
ties of this great northwest but of the
lien of brain and brawn who** craft
and Cunning make possible such crea
tions as this." They prefer t>- be cen
sured, however, to be misunderstood, to
be laughed at. than to sacrifice their
self respect. Always d a -ha.low
•ome between them and the beauties of
tbe exposition of those days of tin
making w hen tbe principles organised
labor fought for were trampled in the
mud that the building contractors might
«ring more dollar* out of the pockets
•f tae worklngmen. Were the fair a
hundred times none magnificent and
the conditon* the same as prevailed din
ing the construction the union men and
n men who know the facts would feel
the ixme a* they do now. Pride and dis
honor are two hand maiden- who do
not well agr. c.
A brand new union-made 5c cigar,
called the "Labor Temple." it on s.,|e at
[the Labor Temple Cigar stand. Ask
j for it.
Wanted to See Them.
When Helen, aged f"Ur. for the first
time accompanied her mother to
church she was given some money for
the collection bos. it was carefully
explained to her that this money was
■for the poor."
Helen sat patiently through perhaps
a third of the ear Vice, when she star
tled her mother by rattling the coins
between her cupped bauds an 1 Inquir
ing In a loud voice: "Mamma, when
are the poor coming around: My 8
cents is getting all hot and stlekyr -
Good name In man or woman 1» th«
Immediate Jewel of their souls.
The tongues of animals have been
and are stili in some pans of tbe
world favorite amulets A tongue cut
from a living fox is said to ward off
disease of all kinds, but as the person
carrying one will surely die If be bap
pens to meet a fox at any crossroads
tbe charm Is seldom used The tongue
of tbe vulture plucked out with Iron
and bung about a man's neck in a new
cloth will brim? him what be desire's,
and some East Indians believe that If
they do not bite off the tip of the
tongue of any wild animal tbey kill
they will not have good luck In bunt
lug —Loudon Tlt-Blts.
A Mean Man.
Tommy— Pop, a mar, is a bachelor
until be gets married, Isn't he? Tom
my's Pop—Yes, my son. Tommy—And
what does he call himself afterward?
Tommy Pop's—l'd bate to tell you. my
son —Philadelphia Record.
Union men should bear tn mind that
the Sunset Wine house and Oliver
•■riggs mercantile establishment arc fair
to organized labor. Because their places
of business are located in the Mitchell
block, some of the boys have gained the
erroneous impression that these houses
MITCHELL HOTEL, barber shop.
Bar .md Cafe.
CEMENT WORKER I'-ttit. Sr
C. R. SCHWEITZER, Plumber.
WAHLGREN ELECTRIC CO
MODERN PLUMBING It HEAT
B. Springer, of Springer's Hazaar,
1313 Heu itt a* enue.
Warehouse foot of California
P. Sempson, Contractor.
CARPENTERS J M Harris, I)
Jardine, C. J. Hand, Piatt, Pad
dock, Ridgeway, Wold (Houee)
]!<<■> Grand; Toe Gramquist,
PAINTERS — John Engblom,
Thoa J. Mort, t. E. Merrifield,
E. Hunt. Tims. Ferguson of Sno
PLASTERERS -W, A Allyn,
Willard, C. Wheeler, A. E Wright
ELECTRICAL WORKERS Thos.
BARBER S-Wm Whittaker,
MEATS —Caratani Packing Com
Meat Market at 2006 Hewitt. All
meat with Gov. stamp No. 224
By order EVERETT TRADES
HIS WORRIED WIFE.
What Cauted Her to Think Hubby
Ougist to Be Examined.
-"***. 1 said Mrs S| rlggt
II wi ; "i wish v. -ti would come
nnd see my husband soon as
you can d" so conveniently. I've l*-en
nrglng blm t.. cnll on you at your of
Hoc. but 1 ju-t can't get blm started
I'm awfully worried about him."
•| Will try to stop and see blm this
afternoon. Is he In bed':"
' < 'Li. r.«>: No. lie's not lv bed. and per
baps you hud la-tter come in tbe
Ing ••! early lv Mjr morning, because
you won't find Mm at home in the
"Verj well. I'll come tOUigllL What
Moms t.' be tic trouble* Has be
..11-'l.t a bad cold?"
"Xo; be b.isn't any more of a cold
than II Is common for most people to
have at this ti;:ie of the year. 1 real
v d< n't know w hat la the matter with
blm. I think you ought to give blm a
"I'm s..rry to hear that bis health Is
not good. I thought when 1 saw blm
n few day! ago that be was I..oklng
remarkably well. When did you begin
to notice that be was not feeling
'■Why. be claims that there Is noth
ing tbe matter with blm, but of course
there must be."
"Does lie appear to be bothered by
"No. He lias always been very free
from anything of that kind. You see.
be manages to get a good deal of out
door exen lse."
"That's good. A man who take,
plenty of outdoor exercise really ought
to bave little use for a doctor. Per
Lapis tbe trouble Is with bis eyes
I toes be complain much of having
"No. He never has them at all."
"Well, does be seem to be run down
"Not noticeably so."
"is be unusually nervous or Irrita
"Oh, no; not St all. Reully, do you
knOW, 1 Sometimes believe he can't
bave a nerve In bts body. He Is al
ways so placid Nothing ever seems to
disturb him In tbe least."
"A very curious case, indeed. W hat
has caused you to think I ought to ex
"Why. be hasn't been In bed a day
or taken a drop of medlclue for about
fifteen years, and I can't get It out of
my head that be ought to see a doctor
before be gets down sick. It may be
that an operation of some kind now
would save blm an awfully hard time
later on."—Chicago Reoord-Hei.\ld.
Descent of Man.
Anything to Oblige.
I bey were a very young and obvi
ously brtde-uiid-brldegroomish looking
couple. On entering tbe little tea shop
iv tbe upper avenue the uiuld tactfully
led tbetn tv a private loom which
chanced to be vacant. Tea was ordered
uud served. As tbe waitress was leav
ing tbe room tbe young man dlscov
end an Important fault lv the service
"I ib. waitress," be said, "may we
have a spoon here?"
' Sure." said the girl. "I won't come
tack fur ten mluutes. and you cau
bave tbe room all to yourselves."
New York Herald.
'less 1 thought you said you were
going to get some pajamas?
Doss I was, but I couldn't find anj
Ten* U bat was the matter?
Bess - I couldn't get them vii uirr
mi head. Cleveland Leader.
Young Thomas afflicted with a green
apple pain In bis midst, thus explained
bis condition tii his mother: "Mother.
I've got nn awful tiad pain right In the
middle of my stomach, but the rest of
me feels flue!"- I.lppluoott's Magazine
Be- me ■ kiss she (dactdno%
- I won't, He- You shouldn't say "1
won't" to me; you should say, "I pra
ter not." She-But that wouldn't be
The greatest firroncea Is the gieatasi
Towne-You've got a new typewrit
sr. I •,. I
Uron DC Yes.
Town.- Is she bright?
Browne- Well, I don't know whether
It's Intentional, bttt she seems to be n
female .loeb Billings.- Philadelphia
THE LABOR JOURNAL
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE ON SALE
OF REAL ESTATE
IN "HE SUPERIOR iOl XI "I IHE
STATE «'F WASHINGTON*. IN AND
(■"OR SXOHOMISH COCNTY.
lln Prolate In the Matter • f the Estate
of Andrew o. Vorvold. De•eased.
.Irii- An leraen, the cxc atoi of I ie es
tate nt Andrew »;. Sorvohl, deceased,
having filed hi* petition in this court,
duly verified, praying for an i rder oi
his court for the sate •■> all real estate
if which the said d ssed died seized
r the purpose* therein sel forth, al
[nil li'- -ale. and it appearing i" the court
from Mid petition that the personal c«
i.vtr- of the .-iid de-eased in the hands of
-ai l executor is nm sufficient to pay
the claims against the said estate ami
he expenses of administration thereof,
md that it is necessary to sell all or a
•nt ion of the real estate of the -ii<l
leceased to pay the said claims ami ex
penses of the administration, and it ap
learing to the court that said petition
onfonns to and is in accordance with
he requirements of law in su h case*
nnde and provided, it i- ol It-red by the
ourt that all persons interested In the
■state of the saitl deceased appear before
-aid superior court on Saturday, the 17th
lav of duly. 1900, at the hour of 10
iVWk in the forenoon of said day at
the court room of -aid superior court in
he city of Kverett. in said Snohomish
■onnty, then and there to show cause, i'
[any they have, why an order of thi
tiurt should not be granted t" said ex
ecutor authorising and empowering hi:
•.. sell the said real estate of said de
•ea-ed. or so much thereol as may be
, essary to jkiv tlie aforesaid claims
and expenses of admlnitsrntion, at pub
It i- further ordered thai a copy of
this order to show cause be published at
'east four consecutive weeks before the
<aid 17th day of duly. 1000, in the La
or Journal, s newspapt r printed and
nblishcd In said count\ of Snohomish
md of general circulation therein.
Done in open court tiii- 18th day of
late of l«t publication, .Tune 17. 00—5t
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
rS THE SUPERK »R COI'RI I'l IT IK
STATE Ml- WAKHIXr.Ti N. IN AND
I i'!! SN< »IH >MISH <i 'I \TV.
A. S. Grlnsfelder Company, a Corpora
ii n. Plaintiff, vs. i. Leslie and W.
K. Smith, partners, doing business un
der iln' firm name ••! Leslie & Smith.
I lefendant -.
t'nder .md by virti t .i -.wit <<i etc
tcution Issued out of the above named
ourt, in tin- above entitled cause, and
.1 nn- directed end delivered, I have
luly levied upon all the right, title,
laiin ami interest "i aliove named de
endant, or either of them, in and to
'.ii- following described real property,
.ittinted in Snohomish county, Mate ot
Washington, to-wit i
Lot- ii and 10. blo-k IT. Kerg ison's
ml addition to Snohomish.
Notice i- therefore hereby given that
n the 24th day oi duly, A. I). 1000, at;
he hi.or of lo o'clock a. 111., of -aid day.
t t In- fronl door 0! i he com t house ill '
Kverett, Snohomish county, St it* of
A a-hiugt• n. I "ill sell all the right,
itle. claim and Interest of nlaive named
tefendant*. or either of them. In end to
he almve described property at pub
ic auction to the highest and best bid
ler f«>r cash.
Dated at Everett, Washington, this
(Ist .hr. of June, 1000.
(i. It. DEERIXO,
Sheriff Snohomish Oonntv, Washington.
By f. H. Mil' HELL, Deputy.
Merrick a Mills, Attorney* i..: Plain
Date oi l-t publication, June H tt
SUMMONS KOR PUBLICATION.
|i\ THE SUPERIOR OOURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON IN' AND
EOR SNOHOMISH OOUNTY.
[P. i». Solberg, I'laintiff, vs. Thomai J.
Mort, executor of tlie but will an<l
testament of John Mort, deceased,
Isaac A. Mort, Thomas l. Mort, Dan
i.-l Mort. Homer Mort, James Mort.
I William Mort, Sarah Rush, Delia
Greenwell and Prank Mort, Delia!
(ireenwell, as sdministratrix of es
tate of Lucind Mort. deceased, and
George W Swank, defendants.
I lie Mate of Washington to the above
named defendants and to each and
every one of you:
' You and each of you an- hereby sum
' noned to appeal within sixty <oui days
j ifter the date of the first publication
if this summon-, and.defend the above
•nt it led action in the court aforesaid
net serve S copy oi YOUr answer upon
he undersigned attorney for plaintiff at
ii- postoffiee address below given, and
II easa of your failure so to do, |udg
aeni will be rendered against you
tiding to the demands of the complaint
iml amended complaint, the original
i which has been filed with the clerk
\f the above entitled court.
Thin action i- brought for tbe pur
|io-e ~i obtaining a judgment on a prom- t
laaorj note and satisfying the same by
the foreclosure of a mortgage .
in.l a-!.ing for a defieieiie\ judgment. .
You are referred to the complaint and ;
imended complaint on file for further i
\\ ILLIAM SHELLER, ;
Attorney for Plaintiff. i
Postoffl i and office address, rooms 380 '
30 Stokes building. Kverett. Wash. j
Del first publication. May 87-OB Tt j
IV IHE SUPERIOR COURT op THE
STATE <>r WASHINGTON', l\ AND
H»K THE i OUNTI ' 11 SNOHO
In i in- Matter "f the Estate ol Felix
X. Dceorbj. Deceased.
Notice i- hereby green li ythe under
iigned, Marie Ami Deeorby. executrix of
il -late of Felii \. Deeorby. de
eased, to tbe creditors ami all persons
having claims again*! said deceased to
exhibit them with the naeessary vouch
er- within 'in- I) year after th c first
publication oi fids notice to -aid ex
ecutrix at tin- office of Goleman \- Fog
arty in the Walsh block. Kverett Sno
hoinish county, Washington the same
being the place for the transaction ot
l lie hil-iue-- Of -aid estate.
MARIE AN N' DKmiir.m .
Executrix of the Estate of Felix X. De
Dated this l.'ilh day of dune, I SOB,
Date of first publicatloon, June 17 08 -It
\ In.md DOW union made Be cigar,
called the "Labor Temple," i- mi sale at
the i.aiioi Temple Cigar stand. Ask
for It, ji
Glee a copy of the Journal to your
lion union friend and ask him to sub
scribe fur titie paper that stands sijuare- I
ly for the interests of the man who I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
See that the
It is inlaid in
llocal No, 454
Gas, Steam ar.d Hot Water
Fitting, Jobbing Promptly
Attended to. : : : :
['hones Sunset 1222; Ind. D' 4 X
H. C. Brown
2521 Hewitt Aye.
I The Union Transfer
Phone Main 141
Baggage, Furniture, Piano and
Machinery Moving, Storage
Livery and Boarding Stable
Corner Grand and California.
Everett I J aint, Paper & Art Co.
Let us show you
In all its beauty in
W ALL PAPERS
2802 COLBY AYE.
Ir.d. OCX, Phones: Sun. igsg
Kverett Paint, Paper & Art Co.
'".) UV V .i.nlc.l " 1 <i 1 tr. I Ji.u.>.\;.|
GAe 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.
i Wall Paper and
! WALL PAPER, PAINTS. \
1 OILS, BRUSHES. Etc. '■
I —Agents for— •
j HARRISON, TOWNE & COUN- I
j TRY PAINTS, MIXED VAR- j
j NISHES, ETC •
! Sun. 121 ft, Ind. 81 X.j
] BBSS Colby Avenue. j
Fur School Children from
Ladies' tape edge, silk taf
fetta, with silver trimmed
Foley's Umbrella Store
1807 Hewitt Everett
W have a lot of men's and boys' suits
to dose out at cost. Tillman's, ISM
Wheels 18 down arnl $."> a month. Base
!>a!l outfits and 9|x>rting goods. Arthur
Baily'l dun, Bicycle and Sporting Goods
■oo ijv V J3«18.t 'mUM lia-i-'V-I
WE LEAD while others follow
FOR PINE PHOTOS
Tbe Brusb studio
2801 Wetmore. Phone 700.
lhe boat leaves CHj Dot* at |<M p. m.. returning at it;.'Ml n m A
'"" m , iU «• "I' tlie Sound, nuifnili.eni ■canary all the t» and one
"' ,t ''' ",.'?'«» ,l 0" '1 >«»' •«» tft a fine dinner for
\ <■" .'' <l"Mre Ihi, exc..r,i„i, ui|| |„. nn for „ exceptionally
-mall price Saturday, the ..Inert of tl xcursion is to make you ae*
.piaint-d with this beautiful Mntcaer resort, the finest on the * Sound
only #1.2.. a day and a splendid home like spot to spend a few dava or
the summer; magnificent scenery, good meal-, clean lieds, large rooms
g..od bathing, tine fishing, splendid bead,, -hadv walks, etc. For further
particulars call ph.,ne No. 1000 ■WMMM ..r No. M Independent
••If It's Kitfht the Boston Sells It"
To buy at The Boston because
here you will find every gar
ment that a man or boy wears
at the lowest possible price that
good goods can be sold for.
Men's Suits $12 to $50
Men's Hats $1.50 to $5
The Boston Clothing Co.
Keystone Overalls :
FOR OOOP WORK.
AMERICAN DYE WORKS
Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing.
Largest and best equipped plant in the county.
Is waiting to connect your house or
place of btisineee 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.
San De Fuca
ON THK NEW
Saturday Afternoon, JULY 3rd
We call and deliver.
Thursday, July 1, 1909
BOTH PHONES 248.