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Thursday, July 1, 1909
DOLSON & CLEAVER
Dainty and Effective Net Waist
ings Attractively Priced
French Net Waistings
Fine quality; 3(5 inches
wide; eiinies in white nnd
ecru. Special, per yard, 75c
Tucked Net Waistings
In ecru and white; is inches
wide. Specially priced, per
Silk embroidered in while
(•ream, bine nnd frreen; is
inches wide Special,
yard $1.50 to $2.25
DOLSON & CLEAVER
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
Everett-2 Stores-Snohomisb Both Phones 217
Custom Tailorsllnion Label
is on your garments.
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.
CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR EYE
We don't proscribe glasses unless you
need them. We make our own glasses
and sell them at moderate cost, and
EVERETT OPTICAL CO.
Hiu Hewitt Aye. EVERETT.
FOURTH OF JULY
In one of our New Suits just arrived, or
Shirt, Ties. Hats in Straw. Felt or Panama.
Big assortmnnt of Summer Underwear, Negligee Shirts. Have
you tried a box off our warranted "WUNDERHOSE", 4 pair $1.00,
The Jesdahl Co., Inc.
"EVER - IT"
6wmt Brewing Co.
See that the
C. A. Hudson, Scsndia Bank W. R. Booth.
Hudson & Booth
Timber Lands, Logged Off Lands
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans.
Phone Sunset 10a.
DOLSON & CLEAVER
In brown ,ecru, navy blue
mid black: 44 inches wide.
Special, yard 90c
In polka and coin dots;
42 inches wide. Special, per
Kancy embroidered; fine
quality; 18 inches wide.
Special, yard $1.25
Tbe millionaire'- ten-year-old son
pranced eagerly toward his father.
"Father." he began, bis face fairly
beaming with an enthusiastic desire,
"won't you buy me nn auto':"
"What do you want with an auto?"
Inquired the millionaire.
"1 wfint to take my girls out rid
"1 didn't know you hud any girls"
"1 haven't now. Hut If 1 owned an
auto I'd soon bave some." — l.lpplu
"You rejected Tom, you suy?"
"Yes. poor fellow! He was dread
fully overcome. He stood right by the
door while be proposed, aud as soon
as I .-.aM 'No' he staggered away."
"He must have been greutly relieved.
It was all a bet, you know. Jim Sher
wood bet Tom a basket of wine that
be wouldn't dare propose to you. And
they're going to drink It tonight."—
Cleveland I'laln Dealer.
Ooeoauut My, Isn't it wretchedly
stuffy here'/ I'm all iv a commotion.
Pineapple—Calm yourself. If you
persist lv splashing your milk you'll
"Your wife Insists that women are
always superior to men?"
"No." nnswered Mr. Meekton. "The
other day Henrietta was real nffable
and patient toward v man on tbe street
cur. who stoi d up and took It for
grunted tbnt she wasn't as well able
to bung on to n strap as he was."—
In tlie Ark.
'•Tradition has It that Noulfs tilth
'v! die.' was the Inst animal to nonrd
'he nil, "
"Yos The hog wns probably the
r t "i' that he could grnli an end
A brand new union-made 5c cigar,
called the "Labor Temple," is on sale at
the Labor Temple Cigar stand. Ask
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHO
In the Matter of the Estate of John H.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, Vesta E. Collins, administratrix
of the estate of .lohn H. Collins, de
ceased, to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims against the said de
ceased, to present them with the neces
sary vouchers within one year after tlie
date of the first publication of this no
tice, to-wit: within one year after the
10th day of June, 1009, to the said ad
ministratrix, at the office of Robert
McMurehie. 414 American National bank
building, Everett, Washington, the same
being the place for the transaction of
the business of the said estate.
VESTA E. COLLINS,
Administratrix of the Estate of John 11.
Robert McMurehie, attorney for ad
ntinistratrix, 414 American National
bank building, Everett, Washington.
Date of first publication, June 10, 1009.
Date of last publication. July 1, 1909.
N. B. CHAU.ACQMBB.
FUNK* AI. DIRECTOR tMll
LICHWSED salbai y>»
Telephone Main j64i
•Bis Rockefeller At« . Kverett
JOHN F. JERREAD
Broadway Phone M. 130
DAY AND NIGHT SIRVIOe
THE LABOR JOURNAL
tbnt he had done his duty, nnd ns the
master came out, with n "Oee up!" the
Ass made a few steps forward nnd
then fell dead Innw. His feet were
lifted to see if be bnd plckd Up a stone
on the rond, nnd after spending fifteen
minutes In seeking to discover the
cause of the lameness the master hired
another Ass to draw the load home
nnd let his beast limp behind. When
they hud readied the barn the nunc
one whinnied for tils feed None was
forthcoming. At Inst he raised bis
voice and cried out:
"Master, you soeno to haw forgotten
me. nnd 1 am hungry."
"Ob. no; I remember you all
was the reply.
"Is It, then, that the teed is out."
"Not at nil. It Is thai yon were
taken with a limp nnd I lost the bene
fit of your son ices. Your feed Is pay
for your work. No work, no feed."
Moral.—One may not be sutlsfled
with his lot. but be can always make
It worse for himself.
The Peasant and His Son.
Upon his return from town one day
tlie Peasant brought n book with blm,
and. blinding It to bis little son, he
"My son. It Is well to know what
others think nnd soy. Head (bis book
nnd try to be guided nnd benefited by
Two weeks Inter the old man came
In from his corn hoeing and said to the
"Junius. 1 bave not seen that watch
of mine around for many days, and I
fear that 1 have lost It In the fields."
"Oh, no, father; 1 can tell yon where
It is," was tbe reply.
Thereupon the lad led the way to tbe
garden and with a hoe dug up the
watch from tbe soil wherein II was
"Dolt! Idiot! Ass! You have ruin
ed my watch!" exclaimed tbe father
as he took It in his hand
"But I was only following tlie pre
cepts laid down In tbe book you so
kindly gave vie," was the reply.
"But that cnunot be."
"But yet It Is so, as you con read for
yourself. It says that n seed planted
will produce fivefold, and If we bad
left this watch a few days longer we
should have been able to dig up a
couple of clocks."
Moral.—The difference between theo
ry and practice has brought many
good Intentions to naught.
The Fox, the Coon and the Pullet.
One day as the Fox was prowling
around a barnyard he discovered a
fine, fat pullet seated on tbe liuib of a
tree out of reach. He naked her to
come down that he might tell her
some news, and when this failed he
resorted to threats. Knowing that he
could not climb the tree nfter her, (be
Pullet bade him defiance, and Reynard
seemed to have given over when the
Coon eaine along and said:
"You nre awfully cute, Mr. Fox, out
you might as well let go In this case.
You have tried deceit, hypocrisy,
threats and cajolery, but none of them
"That Is true," replied the Fox. "but
1 have a weapon lv reserve. Watch
And thereupon be began praising
the pullet's plumage, her eyes, her
small feet and her plumpness, and ten
minutes later she came down from tbe
tree and was eaten.
Moral.—War has lost empires, but
flattery has made kings. M. QUAD.
Little Willies Idea of a Steel Magnate.
"IK> you think v college education
"You bet it does. My sou gruduated
last year and has been hired at a sal
ary of $24 v week to go back and train
the varsity basket ball team next sea
son."- - Chicago llecord-Herald
Preparing For Spring.
"George, I'm afraid our boy has gone
to writing spring verses."
"Whet mokes you think mo?"
"He nsked me today If 1 knew any
poettcsl name for skunk cabbage."—
Clevelaud Plsln Dealer.
"Nature plans well for mankind's
"I should say so. What could be
more convenient than ears to hook
spectacles over?'' Washington Herald
"Why do you call the Jtgsous an
"Because they're always taking
thing* back-he the things that he
ssy* and she the things thst she buys."
"That sheet Iron clothing a chap had
to wear during the middle ages must
hava been far from comfortaldc "
"Still, a fellow could have a perma
nent crease put In hie trousers." - Lou
Not ■ Bark.
"Then you dou't bave an) dog
watch ou this craft T" Inquired the
snxtous passenger, according to a
writer In Life.
"No. Thi* U a catboat"
Win. Hake, i- acting business ngent
for the bartenders this week.
J, I. l'o\ goes lo Arlington tomorrow
for a two weeks' |oh on the new ho
President Kneeht ol the siiiiiL'le
iVeavers and his wife me doing the fair
at Seattle 1 Itt~. Week.
A brand nea union made Be cigar,
called the "Labor Temple," is on sale at
t hi' Labor Temple i igai -1 and tsk
The Barbers' union will elect a dele ,
.rate ami alternate ai their meeting to
night to their international convention
to U' held in Milwaukee the early part
of nexl I letnber.
Many baseball hug- wended their way
to Snohomish last Sunday to see Sno
homish trim Bellingham, To what straits
have we come when the sports must
leave the city to see a baseball game.
Tlir plumber* elected the following
new officers las! Monday evening: Pres
iili'iit. Inn. Watsons financial secretary,
I!. Yuii Dykej recording seeretnry, Geo.
Philips; treasurer, I 11. Balllle; vies '
president, doe Msrkle
! In' Inside wlionen held their semi- (
innunl elect lon of officers Tuesday night
mil the following were chosen: i'resl 1
drill, W. 1.. Ami: recording secretary.
W, K. Benneckuj financial secretary, F
('. Ros no: treasurer, 11. P. White.
The local 1« •< 1 «■ of Klks |g reported to
have Instructed their building commit'
tee to use every honorable means to in
duce Mr. Sampson in get righi with
the building trades. Well, there is sure a
chance for some work on the part oi
i lie building committee, and mighty
We would respectfully call the atten- <
tion of the members of the Everett
Business Men', association to the fact
that there is a printers' union in this ,
city and that said union has a label.
The new cards which appear so promi
nently in tin' windows of many business
houses along Hewitt avenue do not bear
any evidence that the association mem- j
ben were aware of that tact.
The Laundry Workers served refresh
ments of ice cream and cake to their
members Monday evening, the occasion
betas the semi annual election of offl
cers. rhe following new officers were
chosen for the ensuing six months: Pres
ident. 0. I. Harnoj vice-president, Ed.
Buck; recording secretary. I. A. Ham
hill; financial secretary. A. A. Flatseth; ,
sargeant-at-arms, Lydia Larson; guard
Ii is reported that the Kiks' lodge »t !
their last meeting instructed their build
ing committee to use every honorable
means to Induce Mr. Sampson to settle
bis trouble with organized labor. Thej
Building Trades Council will use every i
effort ill their power to effect an ami
sable adjustment with honor and have
addressed another letter to the Klks' I
lodge couched in respectful language 1
urging the members to right the work f
and expressing their willingness to meet I
them in any honest attempt to straight 1
en out the work.
Members of organized labor who are
tobacco users should remember the La
bor Temple cigar stand occasionally, it's
a good habit to get into to spend your '
inonev as far us possible with your own '
union people. If the brothers would pur
base their week'- supply of chewing
iv.l smoking tobacco at the Temple
when they go to their union meeting
they would accomplish several things:
Ist. they would help the union cigar
makers and tobacco workers to main
i tain their label; '2nd. they would get
good grades of tobaccos; 3d. they would
aid the owners ot the stand to onditct
the only all union tobacco stand In the
, it\. The attention of all union men
who are smokers is called to the fact
that this is the only stand in the eitj
when- they can get the new. high grade
5a cigar, the Labor Temple. This cigar
is made iv the city by union cigar mak
ers expressly for this stand and Is one
lo| the la-»t cent cigars ever Made,
The first time you arc in the Leber
Temple, ask for it. (
URGES PROTECTION OK FORESTS
"The man who carelessl) **ti R forest
ablaze destroying valuable timber; the i
I nun who ruins the toil and abandon* it
without re*toring its strength i» ■ thiol i
and, if he only had the opportuaisj. he i
j would put hi* handi in your pocket* and i
take swaj from you what be has taken t
j from God bj stealth." I
The above declaration wae made bj v
the Rev. M. A. Matthew*, paator at the !|
First Preahyterian church ol Seattle, in U
a sermon delivered there recently on the -
■abject: " The Master's t on-ei vai imi j
l)ut\.'' which was of particular interest
to hi* hearer- in \ icw of tlie la.-t that t
the ftrat National Cowaervation congress t
is to mm in Seattle iv the Auditorium 1
of the -\la skit Yukon Pacific < \p»«l • i
tion August 20, 27, 4K. of this year. ■
Dr. Matthew- hased his sermon on i
the Mth, 27th ami Mth verae* of the t
tir-t chapter of lien.-sis containing the I
account of the creation and his test I
was thi' command of i.od, "Be fruitful I
and multiply and replenish the earth.''
Pleaching Imni his te\t. Dr. Mat |
thews dwelt upon the moral and mate
rial re*|Min»ibility ol man to both u*e
iand MMMerve the fejroa* and reaowroee
Alcohol to Children
Ask your dodor how often he prescribes an alcoholic
stimulant for children. He will prohably say. "Very, very
rarely. Children do not need stimulating." Ask him
how often he prescribes a tonic for them. He will prob
ably answer, "Very, very frequently." Then ask him
about Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla as a tonic for the
young. Follow his advice. He knows. Tc. A uer Co. , LoweU.JfalT.
The first great rule of health "Daily movement of the bowels.'' Ask your doctorif
this is not so. Then ask him about Ayer's Pills. Sold for nearly sixty years.
Everett Trades Council mi el - every
Wednesday night at Labor Temple, al
8 p. in. President, James Hallow
Secretai v. 11. 1-. Strnka.
Everett Building Trades Council n
every 2nd and 4h Tuesday at Labor i
Temple at S p. m. President W. E.
Moore. 11717 Wet more; Fin. See., lie I
Coffin, 2t2t Broadway.
Lathers' Local 77, L. I. U.; meets every '
Saturday at 8 p, m., at laibor Temple,
in Hall No. 4. Jacob Michel, Pres.,
3306 Colby; Ellas Krishwick, Sec. 2717 "
Bridge & Structural Iron Workers' Union
meets every Ist and 3rd Saturday in
Hall Xo. 6. President. A. H. Rerbst; .
Secretary. .\. s. Bailiff, 1823 Wet
Cooks, Waiteis lie Waitresses Unii n meet -
2nd and 4th Tuesdays. Hall Xo. 3.
Miss Myrtle Young, Pres.. Weiser's
drill; Harvey Thompson, Sec. Weis
Shut Waist & Laundry Workers' l'nion
Xo. i 54, meets 2nd and 4th Monday,
at 8 p. 111.
Typographical Union Xo. 410 meets on ]
I the last Sunday in each month at 3
p. m. President, W. C. Hall; Secret
ary, Marcuson, 2718 Walnut.
Journeymen Barbers Union No. 4to
; meets Ist and 3rd Thursday at 8 p.
111.. in Hall Xo. 5.
Tailors Union Xo. 335 meets the \<t '
Tuesday of each month at 8 p. 111.. in
Hall Xo. 5.
Electrical Workers' Union Xo. 191 meets;
every Thursday evening at 8 p. in. '
in Hall Xo. 5. 'President. J, M Gibbs,
1803 Pacific; Secretary, 11. C. Feist,
Bartenders' Union meets first an! third
Sunday at 2:30 p. 111. President. Tims.
Chatterton; Sec., E. Downs.
Carpenters' Union Xo. 502 meets every
Thursday evening in Hall Xo. 2. at
1 8 p. m. ' President. 11. W. North. 3012'
Oakes; Seeretarv, Kay Hill. 3530 Lom
Stationery Engineers' Union meets every
Friday at 8 p. m. in Hall Xo. 3.
President. Jos. Clark. 3906 Paine; Sec
retary. L. 1!. Skinner. 2612 Walnut.
Cigarmakers' l'nion Xo. 498 meets the
2nd Friday of each month in Hall
Brewery Workers' Union Xo. 142 meets
i the 4th Friday of each month nt S pj
m. in Hall Xo. 4. President. R. Hop
of nature which lie at his command. Hep
said in part : i
"Cod created the world for His glcr; t
and man's ti-o. He did not creaTV the i
world and leave ii to devlop itself. He
gave it the gei-n of life. There i- nol a
form oi life that is not the direct prod 1
net of His creative power. God created 11
man and made him absolute sovereign ■
of the earth; the Steward oi al! that 1
the world contains. Man Is the steward I
of the fields snd forests, of the watei il
mineral-, of electricity and other pow v
«.-. which man i- utilizing, of the beasts 1
of the forest, the birds of the air and 6
the tisii of the sen. Over all these God 11
has given him absolute dominion, but
He expects him to render an account of -
"t;od gives for the use of man 215,- s
000,000,000 cubic feet of water annual '
ly. but less than 8 per cent of it 1- a
used. It is possible to prevent this
waste in many rases, If the waterways
of the United States alone were prop *
erh used for navigation, the cos timers "
of the country would s<\o |M 0,000,000 ''
"We ha\e in the United States 4.
000,000 square miles oi land, what '
have wo done with it 1
"Less than one-fifth i- used sn I in
many states large areas oi soil have 1'
been ruined bj the carelessness andkud
aess of the men who wore responsible
for it. The man who maliciously and '
wilfully destroy, the soil is ns much Ol :l
a robber as he who destroys your spe- *
"Waal have we done ill our own I
"lv it- natural state then- were 100
billion feet of lumber, board measure
Intent, In Washington, but up to only
a low years ag.. we were permitting
that vast wealth to bo wasted with a
prodigality that was the wonder ol the
Whole country. I>ne forest tire [test] tyed
(f10,000,800 WOrttl at timber. 111. fault
of the negligence and criminal -hut
sightediie-s of the stewards employed 10
"In the United states toda} we have
two thousand billion foot ol standing
timber. We are consuming one hundred
billion foot animlly of timber and fuel
and producing but forty billion BOfl
sinning sixty billion feet more than at
are growing. At this rate al con - v 111 p
tion, within Shift) years from todaj j
the forests will have disappeared w.
tt ill have groat I) incioasod the . 0-1 oi .
livino and leopardi/ed the lives ..! men ■
and vv onion, all because we luivi .11 — r.
gardod our stewardship.
"At the present rate of waste of tlm
lier we will soon be iv the condition ol
1.11 man v. Holland and othoi European
Sheet Metal Workers' Union meets every
I•! and 3d Friday at 8 p. m. in Hall
So. 3. President C. H. Clifton. 202»>
Summit; Secretory, A. J, Eckstrom,
2815 ( edar.
Pressmens' L'nion meets the Ist Wed
nesdnv in each month at 8 p. m. In
Ihi II No. 5.
Bricklayeis' & Masons' L'nion Xo. 10
meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m.
in Hall No. 4. Seeretarv, W. F. Ma
king, 2611 Baker.
Machinists' Union No 130 meets the Ist
and 3rd Tuesdaj at 8 p. m. In Hall
No. 3. President, A. E. Ellis, 2315
Harrison; Secretary, J. B. Hibbert,
i.adies' Auxiliary of the Machinists
meets every 1-; nnd 3rd Tuesday at
2:30 p, in. iv Hall No. 2. President,
Mrs J. I . Hibbert, 2210 Colby; Rec.-
Sc •.. Mrs. K. J. Allen, 1927' Oakes;
Financial Secretary, Miss Kitty Still
veil, 22i0 Oakes. '
Plumbers' Union meets every Monday at
8 p. m. In Hall Xo. S. President, J.
0. Watson, -jr> 18 Baker: Secretary,
R. Van Dyke. 2521 Oakes.
Bruth; rhood of Railway Trainmen meet
the Ist and 3rd Sunday of each month
at 2:30 p. m. in Half Xo. 1.
Musicians' Union meets the 2nd Sunday
of each month at 3 p. tn. in Hall Xo.
3. President, C. (i. Xordeen, 3222
Colby, phone Ind. 600Y; Secretary, J. T.
Beccroft, 2721 Fulton, Fone 723 Sun.
Painters' Union No. 339 meets Wednes
days at 8 p. m. in Hall Xo. 3. Presi
dent, E. Drolet, 2629 Rucker; Secret
ary. A. F. Argall, 1817 Pacific.
Wocdsmen & Sawmill Workers' l'nion
No. 24 metis every Friday at 8 p. m.
in Hall No. :.. President, F. T. Wood
cook; Seeretarv, (Jordan Ma'ertz, 142."i
' Journeymen Blacksmiths' Union meets
the old Tuesday of each month at 8
p. m. iv Hall Xo.
■Plasterers' Union Xo. 190 meets every
Thursday at 8 p. m. in Hall Xo. 4.
President, W. E. Moore. 3713 Wet
niore; Secretary, -las. Ballew, 1016
Electrical Workers' l'nion Xo. 032 meets
every Tuesday evening at S p. m., in
' Hall Xo. -I. President, V\". S. Ami. 2720
Shir.gle Weavers' Union Xo. 2. meets
every Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. in
Hall' No. 1. President. M. ('. Engels;
1 Rev. Sec, i has. Knecbt. 2813 Pacific:
I in. S B. P. Marsh. Labor Temple.
I count rit'M, where the government com
pels any man who cuts a tree to clear
the g oun I and plant another to take
"The Columbia river valley also pre
sents a great Held for the utilization of
the water which Gad has given us. It
needs only the proper use of the watei
at ha ml to make that great valley a
paradise more resplendent than the
paradise spoken of in the Bible. We
are not fulfilling our stewardship a>
long as we do no) develop that great
valley as it should be developed, to be
come the home of hundreds of thou
sands of happy people in a land of lux
"The! conservation of natural re
source- is decreed by Almighty God
that the homes of this country may be
supported In plenty and the resources
transmitted to posterity undiminished
Nothing but union made tobacco at
the Labor Temple cigar stand. Try the
mow union made cigarette tobacco. Gold
Give a copy of the Journal to your
non union friend and ask him to sub
s ribe for tihe paper that stands square
ly for the interests of the man who
We carry a full line of union made
suits, bats, snd gents' furnishings. Also
a fine Hue of summer underwear. Ed
ward Wahl, looT Hewitt avenue.
25c Off On Each Pair of
Shoes Until July 15th.
MENS HALF SOLES, SFWED OK
LADIES' OR GENT'S RUBBER HEELS
a 5 CENTS.
John Goldthorpe. Prop.
PHONE IND. 731.
2936 BROADWAY AVI..