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EARLY FALL OPENING OF QUALITY
BACHELDER & CORNEIL
HOBIC of Quality Wear lor Men and Is<»> <
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO M All. ORDERS
This Store Will Be
Closed All Day Monday
—Supply your Apparel, Accessories, Picnic and Outing
Needs at The Grand Leader Shop Saturday.
Every Authoritative .Move of Fashion Has Been Given
Expression in Our Stocks
—We are completely ready for you with the finest selec
tion of garments we have ever presented—showing the
radical changes in fashion with a wonderful variety both
of styles anil prices.
—Lareg Suits —Large Coats —Large Corsets
—Large Dresses —Largt Petticoats —Large Waists
EVERETT SHOE HOSPITAL
Men's Leather Half-Soles
cut to SI.OO
Men's 75c Leather or Bobber
Heels cut to 40c
Women's Shoes $1.25 Half-
Soles cut to 75c
Women's Leather Heels, former
price 40c; cut to 25 C
Men's Paneo Soles, former price
$1.75, cut to SI.OO
All other work cut accordingly.
We've lowered the price, but not
the quality—All work guaran
2005 Hewitt Aye.
Accross street to 2008 Hewitt
Cut Prices and Good
4047—Women's Black Kid Lace
Comfort Shoes on a dressy last.
4021 — Women's Black Calfskin
Blucher Shoes for outdoor wear.
3843—Women's Fine Black Kid
Lace Dress Shoes. Welt Sole.
Extra V alue—
—Women's Brown Military
Heel, Lace, Goodyear Welt Shoes,
at a real saving—
5460 — Women's Mcd Military
Heel. Brown Calf Lace Shoes.
2>/, to 7—
5425—Women's Mcd Heel, Black
Calf Lace Shoes. Style and Ser
vice. 2 1 /-j to 7—
BOYS* HEAVY SHOES No.
850—Oil Tanned Heavy Nick
rome Blucher, Double Sole, Bel
Sizes to l2Vi 2.69
Sizes l2V a to 2 2.98
Sizes 2! ■ to 6 3.50
NEW FALL STYLES
We Specialize On Extra Sizes
Attend the Labor Day picnic a!
Silver Lake on Monday, Septem
The New Fall Stock of Footwear Has Arrived
It Has Been a Long Time Since We Have Been Able to Sell
Shoes at Such Satisfying Money Saving Prices
You Can't Afford to Miss These Unusual Values—A Saving for
Every Member of the Family
Everett Bottling Works
Phone 101 .",205 Broadway
A big selection of Heaters.
Lowest price in the city.
PACE FURNITURE CO.
5460—Misses' Brown Calf Lace
81/ 2 to llVa, 2.98
12 to 2 3.50
5425—Misses' Black Calf Lace
81/ 8 to 1H ... 2.98
12 to 2 3.50
6050—Child's Black Button Pat
Tip Shoes. 2to 5—
6052—Child's Black Kid Button
Shoes.—Sizes "t\'-> to 8.
5965—Child's Two Tone Brown
Button Shoes.—SVfc to 8.
5037—Child's Black Calf Button
Nature Shape Shoes.
51/g to • 2.39
'i to UVs 2 -83
5077—Child's Tan Calf, Nature
Shape Button Shoes —
5U to 2.39
BV£ to UVa 2 - 83
J. C. PENNEY CO.
Cor. Colby Avenue and Wall Street
union label on all ol' their goods,
particularly overalls, et cetera. The
negotiations are being conducted
by Mrs. Daisy llouck. executive
board member of the United Gar
ment Workers Union, and Mrs. K.
May Valcauda, secretary of the
union label department of the
State Federation of Labor.
A fifty-cent assessment has been
voted by the Garment Workers'
Union of Seattle to assist in fi
nancing the union label campaign.
Other organizations have pledged
a monthly contribution, ami this,
coupled with the $600 sent for the
joint campaign for Oregon and
Washington, from the A. I, of 1,.
Joe Lyons, popular vice-president
ol the State federation of Labor,
from Tacoma, has entered business
for himself and is now operating
one of the large stages between
Seattle and Tacoma, The slow,
idd burg finally corralled Joe's
nanny and he concluded that in
order to survive he had to mix
a little of the Seattle Spirit into
the Tacoma lotion in order to hold
his pep. He looked greatly im
proved when last seen swinging out
of the Seattle Stage Terminal de
pot, and sufficiently so to warrant
tho Bulletin in recommending
patronage of his bus.
The following "spell-binders"
have been signed up for Labor
Wednesday, Aug. 81, 1921.
The Council was called to order
at H p. m. by President Moncur.
A letter was received from the
Central Trades Council of Ashland,
Wisconsin, calling attention to the
fight of the Ashland Cigar and To
bacco Co. on the Cigar Makers'
Union of that city and asking the
moral support of organized labor
in this city of the cigar makers.
The company is manufacturing the
following brands of cigars:
"The State Seal of Montana."
"Old Style Smokers."
Organized labor is requested to
avoid these brands.
The Labor Day Committee re
ported that arrangements are about
completed for the Labor Day picnic
to be held at Silver Lake.
Reports by Unions
The Cooks and Waiters hail a
! fine meeting at which three new
members were initiated.
The Building Laborers reported
! a good meeting and one reinstate
The Longshoremen reported all
members working and that at their
next meeting an increase of dues
to one dollar per month would be
The Printers had a full meeting.
The Timberworkers had a good
meeting and one initiation.
After a general discussion of the
methods of organization the Council
Smoke BLUE RIBBON 'o<? Cigar.
STATE FEDERATION BULLETIN
11 ontinued From Page l)
2281 — Boys' Black Calf. All
868 — Men's Tan Semi English
Welt Shoe, Rubber Heel.
864—Men's Tan Blucher. Rub
ber Heel. Welt.
824—Men's Black Calf Blucher.
2608 — Men's Waterproof Calf,
Heavy Black Shoe.
THE LABO II JOURN \ I
Departmmti has Riven tho new
Federation department b flying
Full details relative to the
.agreement under negotiation wit Ii
the Western Dry Goods Co., t<
get her with a list of theii product .
et cetera, will be published in next
week's issue of the Bulletin.
The advertising value of the
union label is being impressed on
many other manufacturers and the
new department hopes to be of
assistance in bringing into line with
the labor movement many othel
factories heretofore wholly not
Day: Cle Elum, E. B. Ault, editor
of the Union Record and Hay R.
Canterbury, International preside
of tho Timberworkers Union;
Aberdeen, Harry Call, international
secretary of the Timberworkei
Union; Walla Walla, "Dad Vouni
organizer for the American Feder
ation of Labor; Bellingham, Frank
Cotterill, state secretary of the
United Plumbers and Steam Fittei
Association; Spokane, W. M. Short,
president of the State Federation of
Labor. Robt. 11. Harlin will Bpet It
for the miners at New- Castle. A
speaker is being procured by htc
Federation for the joint celebration
of Chehalis and Centralis.
Pressmen Makes (Jains
Pressmen's Home, Term., Aug. 27.
—Aside from progress made in
their 44-hour movement, the In
ternational Printing Pressmen and
Assistants' Union reports several
instances where locals have raisi tl
wages and improved working con
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howarth
returned last Friday from several
weeks' enjoyment of camp life a
Holmes Harbor, Whidby Island.
A vote taken by the employe
of the Lehigh Valley railroad to
ascertain the sentiment of a com
pany union showed that 98 per ceni
were in favor of trade unions.
Twelve million persons can claim
unemployment benefits under th'
terms of the unemployment insur
ance act in Great Britain.
& MOTHER GOOSE
Butter, lb 43c
10 lb. Sugar 69C
Cheese, lb 25c
Head Rice, 2 lb IOC
10 Bars Royal White Soap 45c
49 lb. Sack Flour $1.65
Bulk Coffee 3 lb 50c
Ranch Eggs, Doz 35C
Corn, 2 for 25C
SVi to 111/j 2.39
12 to 2 2.83
2Va to 5V2 2.98
HOYS' HI TOP SHOES No.
800—Oil Tanned Heavy Nick
rome B</> inch Blucher, Double
Sole, Two Buckle Strap.
Sizes 9 to 12 3.50
Sizes 121/, to 2 3.98
Sizes 2"to 6 4.69
THE TAX BILL
Washington, Aug. 27. In a
final effort to defeat the new tax
bill, which passed the House on
Aug. 20, representatives of or
ganized labor, headed by President
Gompers, called on Congressmen to
send the Mil back to the commit
tee, that glaring inequalities could
be remedied. The pica was ig
Trade unionists will carry the
fight to the Senate, and it is pre
dicted that :t battle royal will be
staged In the upper branch by a
group of progressive senators be
fore the measure is approved by
As passed by the House, the bill
makes no attemptt to tax the loot
of war profiteers. The tax on ex
cess profits is removed, and the
surtax, or extra income tax, on
swollen fortunes and great cor
porate Interests is cut in two.
The exemption of $2,000 for mar
ried men is increased to 12,600,
and the $200 for each dependent is
increased to $400. In referring to
these exempting, the organized
"We are not deceived by the sop
thrown to the people in the form of
increased exemptions in the lower
brackets of the income tax. We
are aware that those who escape
a trifle in that respect will pay
more heavily elsewhere.
"Government '.ax experts them
selves have established tha* the ex
cess profits tax is a fair and honest
tax because it is a tax on ability
to pay. So it is with the surtax
and the graduated tax on the
higher brackets of the income tax
and these should stay as .jusc and
"It has been estimated that ex
cess profits, above a reasonable re
turn, pocketed by Ji favored class
during the war, totaled fully $8,«
000,000,000. It is clear that to al
low this great tribute to favored
ones to escape while wage earners
are compelled to carry an added
burden, is an outrage.
"The country will demand an ac
counting if the present bill be
comes law. In the name of the
wage earners of America, as theii
representatives, we make solemn
The bill not only permits prof
iteers to escape with their war
loot, but it actually permits profi
teers to pay less taxes in propor
tion to the amount that they gouge
from the people.
This statement was made by
Congressman Oldfield on the floor
of the House. He presented fig
ures to support his claim that the
flat corporation tax of 12 V 4 per
cent as a substitute for the excess
profits tax favored the extortion
The law maker declared that
there is not an expert in the treas
ury department who will dispute
the accuracy of his figures.
"Under the present law a corpor
ation with $50,000 capital stock
is taxed 10 per cent, or $50, when
it makes 5 pur cent profit. Under
the law as passed it would pay
12 1-2 per cent, or $02.50," he said.
"When it makes (i per cent profit
it would pay $25 more; when it
makes 8 per cent it would pay $50
more; when it makes .10 per cent
it would pay $75 more; when it
makes 15 per cent it would pay the
treasury $47.50 more than the
present law. Now, when the cor
poration begins to profiteer a lit
tie bit more and 'makes 20 pet
cent, it. pays $340 less. When it
makes 25 per cent it will pa>
$1,177.50 less than under the pres
"When it makes 33 1-3 per cent
it will pay $2,093.34 less than un
der the present law. When the
same corporation profiteers to the
extent of making 50 per cent on
its invested capital, under the pro
visions of this bill it will pay
$4,285 less taxes than under the
"In other words, the more these
corporations profiteer on the peo
ple the less taxes they will have
At Sandusky, Ohio, officials of the
American Crayon company announced
that its plants would close at least
two weeks and probably longer. The
industry has been working part ca
pacity. Three hundred are out of
The strike of the Kobe (Japan)
shipyard workers apparently has
been broken, many of the workers
returning to work. The govern
ment is withdrawing the troops sent
to nreserve order during the recent
2802 Colby Aye., Phone Main 289,
are distributers of the following
lines, of which they carry a full
stock in standard sizes and popular
over siztjs of Burd Quick Seating-
Piston Rings, Acme Pistons, semi
finished or finished to your order;
Ford Piston, exact stock duplicate
in every detail. Guaranteed abso
S.M.C. Brake Lining—A new de
partment with them is a full stock
of super quality wrist pins. They
are made of the finest steel, correct
to absolute micrometer exactness,
and are carried in standard and
oversizes for all cars and trucks.
See them for your wants in these
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, for Snohomish County
WILLIAM H. I'EARSALL, I'laintiff.
ALINE I'EARSALL, Defendant.
The State of Washington, to the said Aline
You are hereby summoned to innaar
within sixty (BO) day* after the date of
the first publication of this sum—>ns to
wit: within sixty (611) days after the 2»th
day of July, 1«J21. ami defend the above
entitled action in the above entitled court
and answer the complaint of the plaintiff
and serve a ropy of your answer U|Kin the
undersigned attorneys for plaintiff, at their
office below stated: and in case of your
failure so to do judgment will he rendered
against you according to the demand of the
complaint, which has been filed with the
clerk of said court.
The object of this action is to obtain
S divorne from the defendant on the
grounds of abandonment.
E C. IJAIIKY
A. K. DAM.EY,
, .. Attorneys for I'laintiff
Office and P O Mtojm, Stoke, l.v Id „g
Everet Snohomish County, Washington
I'lrst publication, July 20, 11121
Last publication, Sept. 3, l'.lL'l.
Smoke CHALLENGE ICY Cigar.
Store Open. 9 a. ml. (BkWM t p. nu, Daily, Including Saturday
Hewitt and Wetmore
THE SHOPPING CENTER OF EVERETT
$10.00 Grecian Treco Corsets $6.50
-—One lot of Grecian Treco Corsets, in front or back
laced; satin covered stays, silk clastic top; made for me
dium figure; sizes 22 to 30. Very special $6.50
S:*.oo W. B. Corsets $2.69
—One lot of W. 1!. Corsets, made of pink coutil, with long
hips, medium bust, and have 4 hose supporters; sizes
24 to 2<s only; regular $3.00. Special $2.69
$7.00 Corsets $5.50
—Ladies' high bust, long hip Corset, in heavy white
coutil; well boned, trimmed with lace and ribbon; has
6 hose supporters; sizes 24 to 36; regular $7.00.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
"The Frontier of The
With the under world thrill
of "The Miracle Man" and
the tender charm of "The
Sunday for 3 Days
A Paramount Picture
A Savings Account is the
best means to obtain a new
home, car or an education.
Citizens Bank &
Several manufacturing firms in
Germany now have agents in Italy,
endeavoring to persuade skilled me
chanics to leave their native coun
try and go to Germany, where they
are promised better wages than they
are receiving at home.
lOut of the High Kent District ls Where You Ravel
r°™™ DOLSON £ SMITH
New School Dresses
—Another shipment of about 75 Children's School
Dresses just received. An assortment consisting of wool
serge, navy only, in about fifteen different styles Some
are regulation style and others are fancy embroidered
Sizes from 4 to 8; placed on Aft "
Special Sale at !})0.90
—Chambray Cingham, suitable for boys' shirts and girls'
dresses, good assortment of colors; very Special Ifi '
■ yard 16C
—Dark Percales, good quality; very Special, -i o
—Very fine Children's Hose, in black only, good OA
range Oi sixes; very Special, pair Zl/C
We Cive S.&H. Profit Sharing Stamps With Kvery Purchase
Friday, September 2, 1021
ROSIER OF UNIONS
CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL
Meets every Wednesday night at 8 o'clock,
in Hall 1. Labor Temple. .1. B, Moncur,
President; O. F. Wefferling, Secretary.
Barbers Local No. 446— Meets 2nd Thursday
in each month. W. O. McAllister, Presi
dent, stokes Building; W. C. Davis, Sec
retary-Treasurer, IS 13 Hewitt avenue.
Boilermakers' Union, Everett No. 500 —Meeta
the 2nd and 4ih Wedmsday nb/hts of each
nionttt, at the Labor Temple. Wm. Myers.
I'resident, 1031 Virginia St, Everett;
Grant wirick, Corresponding Secretary,
Pinehuret. Ail brothers invited to attend.
Electrical Workers, No. 181, meets in Hall
No. 1, Labor Temple, on Monday at 8 p.m.
President, -I. E. Penturf, Labor Temple;
,s c, .1 M, liibbs, 3110 Oakty, Phone Whoa
Longshoremen No. 38-S, meets Monday nights
at 7:flo, iit 2«3ii Bond Stratt President,
Frank Prtslon, 2988 Btntdl Secretary, (i.
l>. Bryan, S3» Bond; Kindness Agent, B,
Jannsen, ■.■:!;> Bond. Phone 705.
Painters, No. 889, meeta every Tuesday at 8
)j. m. I'resident, J. A. Carlson, Lowell,
Phone Mack 1217; H. A rends, Secretary,
:;i26 Virginia, Phone Blue tills.
Retail Clerks, Local No. 448 — Meets first
Thursday of each month in hall No, 3, in
ihe Labor Tumble. A. J. Hennessey, Presi
dent; H. R. Bwaiwell, Ist Vice-President;
K. J. Edney. 2nd Vice President; L. T.
Johnson, Sec.-Treas, j K. J. Scuillo, Ret. See.
Stage F.mployecs und Moving Picture Oper
ators Hairy Owens, President, 2526 Rut k
er; Fred Tucker Recording Secretary, 2403
Kverett; Geo. Fuuvcr, Fin. Sec.-Treas.,
2. r ,07 Wetmore.
Teamsters Local No. !)9—Meets In Hall 2,
Labor Temple, every Tuesday evening.
T. S. Overvold, Secretary, 2625 Wetmore;
N. R. Thompson, President.
Smoke OLYMPIC CLUB 10c cigar.
[. H. Turner, 1104 Hewitt
Barnhart Shoe. Monroe.
L. Starke, Ernil Miterabach, Phillips.
COFFEE AND TEA HOUSES
Manning's Coffee House on Hewitt between
Colby and Wetmore.
( ONDENSED MILK
Libby, McNeil & Libby, Packers and Can
Carnation, Aster, Mt. Vernon and Wash
Vukimu City Creamery.
Christ Kruppler & Sons and the Standard
Oil Bldg.. at corner of Pacific and Virginia.
Contractor Barry and Church at end of
car line in 1,0 well.
F. R. Hare, electrical contractor; John
San Juan Fish Co., Seattle.
Butlers, The Star, lion Marche of Seattle.
A. C. Snider, the Rural Butcher in Mu
nicipal Marktt Annex.
Wnt. Plant beck.
Joe Walleni and bis house at the corner
of 3026 Lombard.
Independent, Standard, Union, Paris and
0. W. Ward, Cement Worker.
Mr. Burden and his house, 2GII Maple
Kverett Fruit Products Co.
F. s. Lang Manufacturing Co., of Seattle.
Swift's Pride Washing
Electrical Spark Soap 50
Swill's Pride Soap 50
Pearl White 50
Cow Butter Store
Cor. Norton and Hewitt
Phone Main 531