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NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
BACHELDER & CORNEIL
Home of Better Clothes for Men and Boys
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS
Entire Stock of Women's Suits, Coats,
Dresses at Final Clearance Prices
—No other apparel event in Everett arouses such enthusi
astic buying—no other sale has a wider appeal to econom
ical women of this community,
—Your opportunity to purchase apparel of our usual high
standard at very low prices.
—The earlier you call the better the selection.
UNION MINED COAL
Only Union Mined Coal in Everett
Union Coal Co*
It is our hope that our service
will contribute effectively to
your happiness and prosper
ity during the coming year.
PUGET SOUND GAS COMPANY
2822 Rockefeller Avenue
All the results of good medicines properly put together can
give. Not a thing lacking in quality, attention and the
exercise of knowledge. And as to care, that is the big
gest guarantee we promise you. Bring your prescriptions
THE HOME OF FAMILY REMEDIES
PHONE MAIN 317-R
CITY DRUG STORE
1910 Hewitt Main 119
Hewitt and Rucker Main 51
B. H. BO 1 D
.Millions now living will never die
The above subject will be discussed
in a lecture by
11. 11. BOYD of New York City
in the I. O. 0. P. Hall, 2812 Wetmore
SUNDAY, Dec. 31, al 8 P. M.
INTERN fVFIONAL BIBLE
Seats Free No Collection
ROSTER OF UNIONS
Under tlits head will be printed weekly the
nanus of unions, dates and places of meet
ing, names of presidents and secretaries, or
business agents, with their house or phone
numbers, nt 50c per month. The advantage
of this Roster will be readily seen. Corrections
maile as soon as possible ufter notification.
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF
Address Samuel Gompers, President; or
Frank Morrison, Secretary, A. F. of L. Bldg.
Washington, D. C.
WASHINGTON STATE FEDERATION
William M. Short. Bresldent, 608-9 Maynard
Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
CENTRAL LABOR I urf>> II
Meets every Wednesday night at 8 o'clock.
in Hall 1, Labor Temple. J O. ShnrpTess,
President; Car] Leonard, Secretary.
Butchers' Local No. 81, Everett, meolß every
Ist nnd 3rd Monday. G. N. Dalstend,
oris., res. 312S Hoyt, phone Red 1146; C.
Dalstead, fin. sec.
Barbers Local No. 416 — Meets 2nd Thursday
In each month. W. O. McAllister, Presi
dent, Stokes Building; Joe Ralston, Sec
retary-Treasurer, 1605 Hewitt avenue,
Boilermakers' Union, Everett No. 500— : Mecte
Ist and 3rd Thursday nights of each
month, at the Labor Temofe,
Job. McGhee. President, 2914 Lombard.
Helmer Molner, Fin. Sec, 1806 Broadway
Aye., Phone Blue 1214.
All brothers invited to attend.
Electrical Workers, No. 191, meats in Hall
No. 1, Labor Temple, on Monday at 8 p,m.
President, ,T. E. Penturf, Labor Tetnple;
Sec., J. M. Gibbs. 3119 Oakos. Phone White
Longshoremen No. 88-8, meets Monday nbthta
at 7:30. at 2889 Bond StreSt President
R. H. Mills. 1708 Baker; Financial Secre
tary, Walter Woods ; Recording Secretary,
Painters, No. 339, meets every Tuesday at 8
p. m. President, J. A. Carlson, Lowell,
Phone Black 1247; H. Arcnds. Secretary,
2426 Virginia, Phone Blue 836.
Stage Employees and Moving Picture Oper
ators —Harry Olsen, President, 2626 Ruck
er; Wm. Bebeau, Recording Secretary ; Geo.
Fauver, Fin. Sec.-Treas., 2507 Wetmore . F.
G. Goldthorpe, Business Agent
Cooks, Waitera and Waitresses No. 451—
Meets' second and fourth Tuesdays at 8:30
p. m., hall No. 1, at Labor Temple. Riley
Underwood, president, phone Main 880;
Carl Leonard, secretary-treasurer. Office
phone Main 115; rot. Blue 1578, 2«0
In the Superior Court of the State of Wash*
ington, in nnd for the County of Snoho
Lama Stoddard, plaintiff,
Grant J. Stoddard, defendant.
To the above named defendant. Grant J.
You are hereby summoned to appear with
in sixty (601 days after the date of the
first publication of this Summons, to-wit:
within sixty days after the 29th day of
December, 1922, and defend the übove en
titled action in the above entitled court,
and answer the complaint of the plaintiff,
and serve a copy of your answer upon the
Undersigned attorney for the plaintiff, at
hil office below stated : in case of your fail
ure so to do, judgment will be rendered
against you according to the demands of
the complaint which has been filed with the
Clerk of the above entitled court.
The object of this action is to obtain a
judgment and decree in this said court, dis
solving the bonds of matrimony existing be
tween the plaintiff and defendant, upon the
Knmndt> of abandonment for more than one
year, and upon the grounds of non-support ;
and also that the plaintif, Laura Stoddard,
be awarded the following described property,
Beginning at a point liliO feet Beat of the
Center of Section '.12, Township 28. North
of Range 7, East of W. M. and run thence
South parallel with the West boundary utf
the Northwest quarter of the Southeast
quarter of said Section 32, Eight hundred
Twenty-five and 2-1" ftet, to the center of
the County road, thence South 70*80' East
along the center of said County road, 5T>4
f«et ; thence North Ten Hundred Twelve
<1(>12- feet to the Intersection with the
North Boundary of said Northwest Quarter
of the Southeast quarter of Section 32;
thence West Five Hundred Twenty-two and
•»10 feet to the point of beginning, contain
ing Eleven acres, all in the Northwest quar
ter, of the Southeast quarter of Section 32,
Township 28, North, Range Seven, E. W. M.
Subject to a mortgage of $1,000.00.
AIM the following described real estate,
Beginning at S. E. corner of S. W.',| of
N. E. '~ BSC. 32, Twp. 28. N. R. 7, E. W.
M. Thence West along the South line to
Inter. Sd ion County road, thence in North
Easterly direction along South line of
County road to East line of said S. W.V4 of
N. E. 1 ~ thence South on said line to point
of beginning, containing seven acres more
or leas, being all lands south of County road
in S.W., of N.E. 1 i, Sec. 32. Twp. 28, NR.
7, K.W.M., all of said lands being situated in
Snohomish County. Washington. AIM ttie
personal property located on said premises.
O. T. WEBB,
Attorney for plaintiff.
Potitoffice and Office Addrestt:
825-20 Stokes Building, Everett,
Snohomish County. Washington.
D ite of first publication, December 29.
Date of last publication, February 2, 1923.
Smoke BLUE RJBBON &«• Cigar.
Indian characters, centuries old, 1
Cover the walls of an Indian cave
hidden away from the white man's :
eyes and recently discovered on the !
estate of Valentine Hemcman at
Boothbay Harbor, Maine. The cave j
runs back 40 feet under the hillside
and can only be reached by a sud-1
den drop of 75 feet over the ledges.
"Ah shuah does pity you," said
a colored pugilist to his opponent as
they squared off. "Ah was bohn
with boxin-gloves on." "Mavhe you
was," retorted the other; and Ah
reckon you'se goin' to die the same
Sm<»ke Olympia St. Rigis, 30c. |j
for 25c. adv.^
THE LABOR JOURNAL
SENSE AND HUMOR
By CARL LEONARD
Borah and the New War
"We must aid Europe or risk a
new war," says Senator Borah. We
hope this nation will not have any
thing more to do with another war.
I wonder if the good senator from
Idaho imagines that the people of
this country will let themselves be
conscripted and tapped again by the
old countries, to the tune of billions
of dollars, and millions of lives. We
say if they must fight over there—
we cannot help it. Let Europe fight
and manage her own wars.
Who is Crasy?
After reading Jim Jam Jems truth
on "Raising Hell Pits Lid," I wonder
who is insane, the man or woman
sent to the insane inferno or tho
sender of a whole lot of such peo
ple? Maybe it would be worth while
to investigate the plea of the vic
tim that said to (Punk) Healy: "I'm
an astronomer and they arc trying
to take me to the asylum at Sedro-
Woolley for being crazy; please help
me." If you read the December
number of Jim Jam Jems you will
agree with me our asylums sure need
an investigation. The sooner the
Jimmie Larkin Still in Jail
Congress of tho United States, be-1
gun and held at the city of Mewl
York on Wednesday, the fourth day
of March, 1789. Articles In additon ]
to and amendments of the constitu
tion of the United States of Amer
ica, proposed by congress, and rati
fied by legislature.
Article I.—Congress shall make
no law respecting an establishment
of religion, or prohibiting free ex
ercise thereof; or abridging the free
dom of speech, or of the press, or
the right of the people peaceable to
assemble and to petition the gov
ernment for a redress of grievances.
If the above quoted part of the
constitution of the United States of
America still remains a part of that
constitution we will join Brother
Peter Larkin "What in h—ll is that
thing you call syndicalism law?"
Why is Jimmy Larkin still held?
Why is he not allowed to return to
his native land, "Ireland?"
These cheerful hymns and rhymes
will carry you over all corrugated
spots of lifes many detours.
To the fate and unthankful ladies
we'll say try this one on your hu
man phonograph: Day by day, in
every way, I am growing tinier and
When you wake up the day after
the night before, and you can find
nothing in the old flask, you shake
the old comrade, and with these
swindling codicils to your weak will
and treatment. I'm getting drunker,
I'm getting drunker; there's nothing
in it, but every minute, I'm getting
drunker. And don't forget it is ,
cheaper than the night before.
Preacher: Young man are you
looking for salvation?
Young Man: No sir! I'm looking
for Sal Jones.
Jones: What kind of a husband
would you advice my daughter to
McCarty: Don't let her take any
husband at all. Better cop out some
single man and leave the husbands
(By F. S. R. Press Service)
NEW YORK, Dec. 28.—David A.
Brown, of Detroit, sent to Russia
by the Jews of America to investi
gate famine conditions, has re
turned convinced that Russia must
be given reconstructive aid in the
form of tractors and tools. In a
statement to the press he said in
"Fifty thousand American trac
tors, and an organization to teach
the people their use, will do more
than a hundred million dollars worth
of foodstuffs to save the Russian
people from starvation and put
them back on the road to economic
"Ploughs, ploughs and more
ploughs are needed to solve Russia's
present problem—and something to
pull the ploughs. Her horses and
cattle are gone. They cannot be
restored in a day or in a year.
Meanwhile the people must eat or
starve, and too many have starved
At the same time, however, Mr.
& MOTHER GOOSE
1919 Hewitt Aye., Everett, Wash.
Some Specials for
THRIFTERIA Butter before
noon, lb 53 c
Gem Nut 25c
Fresh Ranch Eggs, large 45c
Large Fancy Prunes, new crop,
. _ V* J b - 15c
New Pack Golden Bantom Corn,
can 15 C
3 pkgs. Corn Flakes 25c
Bulk Cocoa, lb 10 c
4 lbs. Rolled Oats for 25c
We deliver to any part of the
city. Phone Main 694
EVERETT TRUNK CO.
Still at the same old
A Happy New Year to All
PASTIME AMUSEMENT PARLORS
CORNER WETMORE AND HEWITT (BASEMENT)
POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
UP-TO-DATE CARD AND CLUB ROOMS
Brown urged contint 'd famine re
icf for immediate pu !>' ses.
"It must be admitted," he declar
ed "even by the Russian govern
ment, that approximately 8,000,00")
will need help this winter. This IS
probably an under, rather than an
overestimate, and, while it is pos
sible that the government itself will
be able to care for some of these, the
great burden will still rest upon the
generosity of America.
"Unless we continue our activities
the deaths by starvation and disease
will be greater than last winter."
Squirrels are considered a fire
menace in some cities and are being
killed. They place their nests in re
mote parts of buildings and the nests
are made of materials that have a
low kindling point.
Today and Tomorrow
Hope Hampton and
Lon Chancy in
"THE LIGHT IN
Sunday until Tuesday
Peter B. Kyne's
"THE PRIDE OF
Here is a really great
Also a strong; sup
Today until Sunday
Monday to Thursday
'THE SILENT CALL'
the Wonder Dog
TODAY and TOMORROW
the speed boy in
— in —
Formerly Brewster's Thristeria
2923 Colby Aye.
Cor. Everett Aye. and Highland
Specials for Saturday
Butter, choice creamery, until
noon, lb 52c
Eggs, Standard, strictly fresh,
Per doz 50c
Matches, large box 5 C
Soap, Polar White, 10 bars for 40c
Apple Butter, Paul's Skookum,
No. 5 can 32c
Corn, Maine style, 3 cans for .'2sc
i'hone Main 349
Hewitt and Wetmore
THE SHOPPING CENTER OF EVERETT
Suits 1-2 Price
These Are Not Strictly Winter Suits
-The greatest opportunity that has ever been offered the
thrifty shoppers, for every suit goes on sale at just one
hair of the regular price. These suits are not strictly win
ter models, but are year around styles in tailored and semi
fancy There is not a fur-trimmed suit in the lot, but all
are weights that can be worn at any time of the year. The
workmanship is of the highest quality, and all suits are
beautifully finished and silk lined.
—Don't miss this opportunity to have a new suit.
Roast Mutton, lb. 15c
Fancy Beef Steak, lb. 15c
Beef Pot Roast, lb. 10c
Boiling Beef, lb. 8c
Sugar-Cured Hams, lb. 20c
Picnics, lb. 15c
Corned Beef, lb. 12 l / 2
Swedish Potato Sausage, lb. 12V 2 c
EVERGREEN MEAT MARKET
VITAMINE HEALTH BREAD
Made from Whole Wheat Flour.
Nut Bread, loaf 20c
Raisin Bread, loaf 12c
With Butter High Why Not
UMECO, 3 lbs. 75c
Best by Test
Old Holland Cottage Cheese, lb. 10c
Why Pay More
MARKET BAKERY, DAIRY DEPT.
will be open every Sunday from 10 to 6:30.
Navel Oranges, doz. 30 c
Rutabagas, 10 lbs. 25c
Cor. Hewitt and Rockefeller Ayes. Phone Main 217
Now in Full Swing-Our Big Pre-Inventory
Of All Remaining Winter
P^hr" 1 f rk c e ,f C ; ]UCtions °" ™ «nd Winter Cloth Coats,
Hush Cats, Silk Dresses, Wool Dresses. Sport Skirts and
-Worth-while savings await you here in this final garment
truly extraordinary values. Take advantage.
U. S. GOVERNMENT
2,500,000 pc. New
Wool Underwear fit^fC Vt
sel to the public direct at tZ
Actual retail value MJO each Ali
>ws, Shirts 34 to S n.. - A "
to 44. Sendl cJrrect SmfTffUt
man on delivery or Renrt
order. If underwear " mon ?*
factory, we Lm J/ " ot
ftpk upon'^ouey^pr 0^
Friday, December 29, 1022
STALLS No. 10 & 11
Smoke Olympia Capitol. 10c streigM
You never can tell. Many a man
nas been lionized, only to make ao
»»s of himself.