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Friday, October 17. 1913.
Dolson's New Store
Next Door to Trunk Factory
Our own building. No Rent to Pay
Will open Saturday morning at 9:30 and for eight days of
selling promise you the greatest bargains ever given in Ev
erett. Besides the low prices (we have marked our goods the
lowest in Everett), we are going to give a CASH DISCOUNT
of 10 to 25 per cent on every purchase.
Dolson & Smith
Better goods same money. Some goods for less
NEXT TO TRUNK FACTORY
MEET IN AMERICA.
Washington, Oct. IG.—The next
meeting of the International Secre
tariat will be held in San Francisco
in 1916, The International Secretariat
is the World Federation of Labor in
which the federated labor movements
of the countries of the world are af
You will be pleased with
as it is brewed now.
OR:ER A CASE UNO YOU
EVERETT BREWING CO.
NORTHERN TRANSFER CO.
Office and Storage Warehouse Acroaa from Great Northern Freight Depot
Sunset 191, Ind. 392
AVV>/ "E»etelfs Live Wire"
High Class Vaudeville
Complete Change of Program
Wednesday and Sunday
Do you go to
—or just to a show?
COME AND SEE US
WILL PLEASE US
Matinee Dally 2:30. Evening* 7:15 and 9:00
A $1.00 SHOW FOR 15c AND 25c
EMPLOYERS SIGNING UP.
Springfield, Mass., Oct. 16—The
committee of the Typographical Union
negotiating the new job printing scale
has reported that seventeen propriet
ors have signed the new scale, and
that the remaining two or three are
expected to do likewise in the near
J OWL PHARMACY t
* Free Delivery Servlco t
* 1607 Hewitt Both Fones 876 J
The Houie ol Feature
$3.25 to $5.00
$3.00 to $7.50
$1.75 to $2.75
UNION STAMP ON
Home Shoe Store
A pleasing complexion is one
that, is tree from wrinkles and
blotches. We have the cold
cream that, will do it. At
Such as Pebble Ford $1.25
Old Crow $1.25
Finches' Golden Wedding. $1.00
Old O. F. C $1.00
Port Wine 75c
Per gal. up.
WE GIVE GREEN TRADING
Butter and Cheese for Lesa
S. & If. Green Trading Stamps
Both Phones 248
Suits Pressed 50c
2821 Wetmore Aye.
Mrs. Chas. F. Kneclit, of Tolt, and
formerly of Kverett, spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
The printers are this week taking
a referendum vote on a pot-position
to raise their mourtuarv benefit, the
matter having been submitted to the
membership by action of the last inter
J. O. Brown, president of the Inter
national Union of Bhingle Weavers.
Saw Mill Workers and Woodsmen,
was transacting business in Everett
last Monday in behalf of his organiza
Bear in mind that the Scotch Wool
en Mills is "unfair" to orgauized
labor because of the lockout of union
employees in the head factory in Chi
See to it that your local is repre
sented at the Pacific Coast Immigra
tion Conference in Seattle November
7 and 8.
Sufragist Speaker- Clothe the wom
an with the ballot.
Well, it's certain thai something
should be added to the clothing some
of them wear.
Ceorge Sharpless of the Pressmen's
Union, for some time past in charge
of the press room of the Herald job
department, has left for Hale springs.
Term.. to take a course in the techni
cal school conducted by the Interna
tional Pressmen's Union at that place.
Do you read the Labor Journal? Do
you subscribe for it? If not, why not?
It fights your battles fifty-two times
a year and must be supported by you
if it is to live.
The ladies of the Label League will
give a dance in the Masonic hall on
Friday evening, October 24. The
ladies -are making a hard campaign
to raise money for the new Labor
Temple and the unionists of the city
should take an interest and assist
them. Tell your friends to attend this
Union made Bell Brand collars and
a fine line of union label underwear
at Bachelder & Cornell's, corner Wet
more and Hewitt.
It was a busy day in the butcher
shop. The butcher yelled to the boy
who helped him out in the shop:
"Hurry up, John, and don't forget to
cut off Mrs. Murphy's leg, break Mrs.
Jones bones, and say, don't forget to
slice Mrs. Johnson's tongue.
Mary and mother taken just after the
war—and then the quaint pictures of
father —money wouldn't buy them
from YOU. Are you forgetful of the
fact that future generations will cher
ish such pictures of you? Photograph
er B. J. Brush, 218-19 Realty Bldg.—
A. J. Blair of the printers is laid
up with several painful bruises re
ceived in a fall last week.
The stove in the reading room of
the Labor Temple boasts a brand new
lining and new pipe. You can keep
warm now, boys.
The quarterly booklet issued hy the
label department of the A. F. of L.
containing a list of union products and
firms entitled to use of the union
label has been received at the Labor
Temple. If your are in doubt as to
what goods should bear the label ask
the man at office to see the list.
Walk upstairs and save $10. Noth
ing but union made garments shown.
Baldwin & Thomsen, Rooms 102-3
Riley Bldg., 1712 Hewitt Adv
Those old daugerretoypes of grand
father and grandmother and Aunt
' Charles R. Case, formerly of Ev
j erett and ex-president of the State
Federation of Labor, was a caller at
the Labor Temple last Friday evening.
Mr. Case is superintendent of streets
In Seattle at the present time and
! since taking office has secured a 25c
'raise for the men in his department,
which will take effect the first of the
F. K. Overman, whose smiling face
has been missed at the Temple of
late, says that lie will soon be with us
once more. Brother Overman was
unavoidably absent, having been tem
porarily employed on a night shift.
A letter has been received from
Wm. Coates of Spokane thanking the
committee thai provided for the ex
cellent entertainment he received dur
ing his visit to the city last week.
You're welcome. Bill. Come again!
Have you bought a ticket from the
ladies of the Label League on (he
cribbage board which they are now
raffling? The board, donated by W.
H. Gault of Nome, Alaska, is an excel
lent speciment of Ksquimo carving.
And don't forget that the proceeds go
to the purchase of additional stock in
the new Labor Temple.
GROWTH OF UNIONS.
Capital Shows Weakness In Pretend-
ing to Ignore Labor.
There arc thoie who chafe at what
they regard as the slow growth of the
trade union movement, says the shoe
Workers' Journal, They are Impatient
tici nunc it is not Immediately as pow
erful us they recognise it could anil
would be If it embraced the entire
wage earning papulation,
There are others, however, to whom
the growth <it' the union movement ap
pears healthy nnd vigorous, all things
considered, it Is only a few years
ago thai the membership of the Amer
ican Federation of Labor was around
QOO.fIOU a committee of the Nation
el Manufacturers' convention in Oc
troi! recently reported in opposition to
tlii union label idea that the entire
membership of unions committed to
the union label proposition was only
400,000, Al one time this statement
might have he..ii applied to the Amer
ican Federation of Labor with truth,
hut it tvomd be about twenty years
ago. or, in other words, the figures are
about twenty years behind the times
in (he last twenty years the Ameri
can labor movement, as represented
b.. the American Federation of Labor.
has multiplied live times, and there
are more than live times as many peo
ple committed to the union label idea
than tin- committee of tin- manufac
turers conceded. The trouble with the
manufacturers is that they underes
timate the union strength, and they
speak foolishly when they Imagine
thai a retail dealer will refuse to han
dle union label products demanded by
a thousand employees and put in their
place nonunion products demanded by
It. would be hotter for employing in
terests to recognise thnt the steady
growth of the movement must he bas
ed upon strong fundamental reasons
and that it is better to treat with it
in tolerance and liberality with a view
to industrial peace rather than to be
perpetually making Ineffective efforts
jo suppress the insuppressible.
• To those members of organised labor
Who feel impatient and who Imagine
that the growth of the movement is
slow we repeat the statement that the
American trade union movement has
multiplied by five in the last twenty
years, and. with all due respect to
their opinions, this is not a slow
growth. On the contrary, the rate of
growth is perhaps fully as fast as is
healthful, meaning by this that it is
just ns essential that the movement
should grow on sound lines ns that it
should grow In large numbers, and if
it grow on sound lines it must he by
the increasing Intelligence of the rank
and tile of its membership, and this
Increasing intelligence must be the
product of education and experience
in union principles and work as well
as in the everyday affairs of life.
The growth spoken of in which the
American labor movement multiplies
by five in twenty years is natural
growth, and when we speak of 2,007,
--660 members we speak of 2.007,660
members in good standing whose dues
are paid within reasonable limits, and
these figures do not Include many
thousands of other members who are
not financially in good standing, but
who arc considered union members and
are expected and without doubt intend
to reinstate themselves.
A recent news Item gives particulars
of an injunction suit in Philadelphia
between a seceding union of street car
men and the regular organization. The
suit was decided in favor of the regu
lar organization. It is only a fev>
years hack that the street car men of
Philadelphia had a desperate bat!
for the right to organize and to sect
some slight improvement in their con
dition. They were none too strong to
win with all their forces united. Have
they since become so strong that they
can afford to be divided? If it were
possible to punish adequately those
members of organized labor who cre
ate these divisions of tbe forces of la
bor no punishment could be too severe.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
IX THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TIIK
STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AMI
FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY.
Jens G. Helseth, Plaintiff, vs. Ktta O.
Tripp nnd C. S. Tripp, her husband.
Under and by virtue of a writ of
execution issued out of the above
named court, in the above entitled
cause, and to me directed and deliv
ered, 1 have duly levied upon all the
right, title, claim and interest of above
named defendants, or either of them,
in and to the following described real
property, situated in Snohomish coun
ty, state of Washington, to-wit:
hots 9 and 10, block one, lots 3 and
4, block two, all In Gravelle's addition
to Mukilteo. Snohomish county. Wash
Notice is therefore hereby given,
that On the Bth day of November. A. D.
1913, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.,
of said day. at the front door of the
court house in Everett. Snohomish
county, state of Washington. I will
sell nil the right, title, claim and in
terest of above named defendants, or
either of them, in and to the above
described property at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash.
Dated at Everett, Washington, this
9th day of October, 1913.
DONALD Mcl! IE,
Sheriff of Snohomish Co.
By G. C. GASTON.
Peter Husby, Everett, Wash., attor
ney for plaintiff.
Date of first publication, October 17.
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Published by order of the Everett
Electric Companies—Snoqualmie Light
Barber Shops — Independent, 1207
Hewitt; Wm. Whittaker, Lowell; I. H.
Turner, 1104 Hewitt; Mitchell hotel
Barnhart Shop, of Monroe.
Iron Works—Summer Iron works,
Bayside Iron works, Everett Iron
Hotels and Cafes—Mitchell hotel;
Plumbers—C. H. Schweitzer. A.
Electricians—li. I. Bush, \V. E.
American Pile Driving Co.
Dr. Ida Mclntyre—By the Building
Carpenters i'latt. Paddock. A. Den
amur, Fred Tubbs.
Plasterers—A. C. Wright, A. L. Knapp,
I Booth, Wm. Carter.
Contractors —P. Sampson, J. Winter
i mute. Amel Larson.
Painters —Anderson & Steen, William
Ferguson, Wm. Christenaon, M. Kokeen,
Cement Workers —Pettit, Sr.
Teamsters—C. J. Witt
Scotch Woolen Mills, Tailors, 19041
Bon Marche Department Store, Se
The Schwabacher company, Seattle.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND
' FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHO
John Cameron, Plaintiff, vs. Carrie
Alta Cameron, Defendant.
The State of Washington to the said
Carrie Alta Cameron, Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to ap-1
pear within sixty (60) days after the
date of the first publication of this j
summons, to-wit: Within sixty (60)
days after the 10th day of October,
! 1913, 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 undersigned attorneys for the
plaintiff at their office below stated:
; and in case of your failure so to do, |
; judgment will be rendered against you
according to the demand of the com
plaint which has been filed with tlie
i clerk of the above entitled court. The
1 object of this action is to obtain a
CALL EOR THE
Haferkorn Cigar Co.
For 39c HERE
and get Three
Come early and par
take of this generous
decree of said court dissolving the
bonds of matrimony existing between
said plaintiff and sai ddefendant.
SHERWOOD & MANSFIELD,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Office and Postoffice Address: Colby
Bldg., Everett, Snohomish County",
Date of first publication, October
10, 1913. 7t.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
State of Washington, County of Sno
By virtue of an order of sale issued
out of the honorable superior court of
Snohomish county, on the 12th day of
September. 1913, by the clerk thereof,
in the case of Helen I. McFali, sub
stituted for Wm. McFall, versus
George A. Kannow and Fleda A. Kan
now, his wife, and J. T. Mellott and
Jane Doe Mellot, whose true Christian
name is unknown, his wife. No. 12839,
and to me as sheriff, directed and de
Notice is hereby given that I will
proceed to sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, within the
hours prescribed by law for sheriff's
sales, to-wit, at 10 o'clock a. m., on the
118 th day of October, A. D. 1913, before
j the court house door of said Snohomish
'county, in the state of Washington, all
of the right, title and interest of the
said defendants. George A. Kannow
and Fleda A. Kannow, his wife, et al.,
lin and to the following described prop
ierty, situated in Snohomish county,
state of Washington, to-wit:
Lot nine (9) in block nineteen (191
in Goodson's First addition to Everett
Snohomish county, Washington, levied
on as the property of said defendants,
George A. Kannow and Fleda A. Kan
now, his wife, to satisfy a judgment
amounting to One Hundred Fifteen
and 45-100 dollars and costs of suit, in
favor of plaintiff.
Dated this 13th day of September.
By G. C. GASTON, Deputy.
Coleman, Fogarty a.- Anderson,
Walsh Block, Everett, Wash., attor
neys for plaintiff.
Date of first publication, September
19, 1913. 5t
COLBY AND HEWITT
Sigh Class Photoplay and Music
Daily Change of Program
A Big Feature Every Day
rHE GIRL AND THE TIGEB
Wild Animal Thriller in 3 Reels
In Four Reels, Will Be Shown Her<
Again Sunday. October 26