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IDAHO LABOR HERALD
Published Thursdays at Boise, Idaho Subscription $1,00 per year Six months, 50c John Aloen, Editor and Manager. Entered ns second class matter at Boise, Idaho, August 7, 1913, under act of con gress jf March 3. 1879. Business office Cor. 9th and Main. Phone 348. To publish a labor paper in the full and true sense, is the desire of the present Herald management. Many have tried and are trying to do the same thing—few reach the desired standard. It is no easy task to edu cate both ways, or, rather, both sides, for it must he, and is, admitted that both the union and non-union man needs education on the real work of the trade union movement. The non-union man is prone to be liefe that about all a union is organ ized for is to foment trouble and "bump" some employer, never stop ping to think that when an employer gets ''bumped" so also do the men who have been working for him, and in most cases the employer is the more prepared for trouble, from a fin ancial point of view. If it were possible to eliminate dis agreements altogether the worker would be only too glad to have it so. Many a heartache would be spared, many childish and innocent sufferers would be saved from bitter tears. A great many enter the union rather reluctantly and only because it seems the easy way to procure employment, having no adequate conception of the great movement and its broad, hu manitarian principles. They join, not because of an impelling sense of rght. | I -SAVE TIME -SAVE EFFORT -SAVE MONEY Cresent Baking Powder will help you in the holiday rush. It's reliable, acts quickly or slowly—costs only 25c a pound 1*7 It) It will raise the dough j I I I J FURNITURE ■ Clearance Sale r I j ! ■ : ■*-: r ■fj i. ». •V; j j Sr" $5.75 CAN YOU BEAT THAT FOR PRICE—A REG ULAR $10.00 FORTY POUND, ROLLED EDGE, FITTED COTTON MATTRESS. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPOR TUNITY WHILE YOU HAVE THE CHANCE. OUR SUPPLY IS GETTING LIMITED. I House of Quality COUGHLIN BROS. 810-812 Bannock Street of duty, of necessity and in truth, com mon honesty'. Between these two is a great field for education. Labor is organized not alone for the purpose of securing fair compensation, but to secure better and more sanitary working conditions. To insist that dirty and germ-laden cleansed and thus prevent the stream of infected workers. It insists on one day of rest in seven and a work day of eight hours. It feels the worker should have time to rest and read and be able to take his place in the world, an intelligent unit in her affairs, rather than mere automatons, dragging them selves wearily to and from their daily drudge. It is the relentless foe of heartless child labor and the staunch advocate of anti-child labor legislation. It believes in taking câre of its mem bers and in truth some of the more advanced crafts have already estab lished national homes on a most elab orate scale. Some have gone even further and established good mortu ary funds and one, at least, is now operating an old age pension that puts to shame Uncle Sam's scheme of car ing for the heroes of the past. But laying all these aside, the trades union movement is based on honesty ami fair dealing. It believes in a fair day's work for a fair day's pay, and we have yet to find the employer who will say' that this principle is not rigidly adhered to by an overwhelm ing majority of union men. Colle^ivc bargaining has taken the place of individual bargaining, and while our enem.es arc constantly cry ing about individual liberty the Me union man rests secure, content to have his organization sell his only product—labor—knowing that his lib erty is not being trampled upon but on the contrary is being protected. Tf we arc aide to start the readers places be j sensi | ° 11,s l ia l )er * c studying this question I thus so briefly outlined, we will have accomplished much, least, we shall attempt to do. That much, at Samuel Gompers says; who tries to injure a labor paper is an enemy to the cause." "Any man He also says: "Were it not for the labor press the labor movement would not be what it is." As an advertising medium, Printers' Ink, recognized authority on advertis ing mediums, says: circulation of a labor paper is equiva lent to six thousand of any other pa per." Lord, if they could on! ymake the union men and business men believe these things, what a happy life would he that of the labor editor. — Mine Workers' Journal. "One thousand When buying clothing .collars, cuffs, : shirts, suspenders, etc., see that the I union label is attached to them. J [ Eat Brink's New Home Made bread, j A stick of candy with every loaf. I Mr. Laboring Man you are invited to come down to the Herald offjce. Cor. 9th and Main with a dollar and we will put you on the subscription list for one year. You'll be pleased and so will we. the of the We invite our readers to send in be j a ny news of interest to organiezd labor. Co-operate with us and wc will make the Herald the best labor paper in the Northwest. Almost all goods sold at the Guar antee Shoe Store, 213 North Eighth street, are stamped with the union l^bel. A fact worth knowing. Unionist, the Idaho Labor Herald is interested in you personally and in your organization. Why not manifest a deeper interest in the Herald and help it to grow and prosper so that it may mean more to organized labor in this section? Tf you are a member of a union, you owe it to that union to attend just as many meetings of it aspossible. Your regular presence would no doubt aid materially in making your organ ization the success that it deserves to be. Boost for your union because it boosts for you. The spirit of the labor union is the spirit of brotherhood. No laboring man or woman can afford to get along without identifying himself or herself with an organization of that character, if one covering his or her occupation exists in the community. The labor union is really the only protection the union man or woman has. Brain and brawn alone cannot compete with the man of capital who turns a deaf ear to the demands of those who earn their bread by the sweat of their brows. at Unionism has beyond question made better citizens of those who toil for a livelihood. Education and mutual protection are the basic principles on which unionism rests. is Local News Items. Phone 348. Business office 9th and Main. of T. » The Meridian Tribune will soon in stall a new Lynotype. It looks as though the Boise-Win nemucca' Railroad might be a reality after all. Uncle Sain is figuring on doing some building on the vacant lot adjoining : the postoffice, I J The painters are busy putting, a coat [ of Tipperary on the Standard Furni ture Company's Store front. Councilman Davis was present at I the last meeting of the Trades Coun I cil, and again gave words of couragement and assurance of his con I tinued and well known loyalty to the J cause of labor. en There are now about sixty men em ployed at the Barber Lumber ■ pany's mill. The company is building a new hotel, a roundhouse and other buildings in preparation of starting the big saws to humming in the near future. com Those railroad officials are liable to get disgusted and build a railroad for their own convenience from Boise to Winnemucca if they I pelled to make the trip a few more j times overland in the winter. ! hoping they are pleased present trip and will start something right away. are com Here's with their Electric Railway Employes of Boise Present wage rate, 24c. per hour the first six months, 25c. per hour the second six j months, 26c. per hour the next eigh j teen months. Thereafter lc. per hour increase each year up to 30c. per jhour; work day, qine and one-quarter hours. Idaho, Division 398. I Senator-elect Bowman of Adams county, visited the Tracies Council at its last meeting, and in addressing that body made it plain that he was a friend of the toler and in his of ficial capacity would aid us in the pas sage of any just law presented. He spoke in a very happy strain and his remarks and attitude toward labor met with hearty appreciation by those in attendance. The strike of shopmen on the Har riman lines will continue, it was an nounced by A. I. Wharton, chairman of the railway department of the American Federation of Labor after he had received the voté of the Boiler makers' union on a proposal to call off the strike. Notice of Sheriffs Sale Under Writ of Executon In the District Court of the Third Jud icial District of the State of Idaho in and for the Couuty of Ada. J. P. POPE. Plaintiff. vs. H. J. GOOSEN, - Defendant. " Under and byjvirtue of a writ issued out the above named Court in the above entitled_actiou said writ in part reciting whereas on the 8th day of Nov. 1913, J. P. Pope recovered a Judgment in the Justice Court of Boise Precinct in and for the Couuty of Ada, against H. J. Gooseu for the sum of $17,40 with int erest thereon and whereas the Abstrac of Judgment in the action in which such ludgment was entered is filed in the Clerk's Office of said District Courts i the County of Ada and the said Judg ment was docketed in said Clerk's office on the 10th of November 1913, said to the sheriff of Ada County directed and to me as such Sheriff delivered for Ex ecution. I have leveyed on all of the following described Real property be longing to the Judgment Debtor named in said writ held by or standing on the Records of Ada County in the name of Liebe May Duff, to-wit: Lots 17 and 18 of Block 32 of North Locust Grove Addition to the City of Boise, Ada County, Idaho, is hereby given that on the 15th day of December 1914 at the hour of 3:10o'clock in the afternoon of that day in front of the County Court House in Boise City, Ada County, Idaho, I will attend, offer and sell at Public Auction all or so much of said above described Real Property belonging to the said Judgment Debtor held by or standing on the Records of Ada County in the name of Liebe May Duff as may be necessary to pay the Judg ment as set out in said writ with interest thereon, also costs, expense of sale and Commission thereon to the highest bid der therefore in Cash, Lawful Money. Dated Oct. 19th 1914. JAMES M. ROBERTS. Sheriff of Ada County, Idaho. writ NOTICE Alias Summons For Publication In the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for Ada County. LEONARD E. CHEEK, Plaintiff, VS. JESSIE CHEEK, Defendant. THE STATE OF IDAHO SENDS GREETINGS TO JESSIE CHEEK, the above named defendant. You are hereby notified that a com plaint has been filed against you in the District Court of the Third Judicial Dis trict of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Ada by the above named plaintiff. This action is brought to se cure a decree of divorce, dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing be tween plaintiff aud defendant on the ground of the defendant's willfull and continuous desertion of the plaintiff for more than one year last past; and for general relief: ail of which more fully appears from plaintiff's complaint, a copy of which is served herewith, hereby referred to and made a part hereof. And you are hereby directed to appear and answer the said complaint within twenty days of the service of this sum mons if served within said Judicial Dis trict and within forty days if served elsewhere; and you are further notified that unless you so appear and answer said complaint within the time herein specified, the plaintiff willtakejudgment against you as prayed in said complaint. Wituess my hand and the seal of said District Court, this 12th day of Novem ber, 1914. Stephen Utter, Clerk, By Otto F. Peterson, Deputy. T. J. Jones, Attorney for plaintiff, resid ing at Boise, Idaho. 31 —THE— Big Watch and Jewelry SALE Of »he Hesse Jewelry Store will Save you Money in Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry. Investigate. Better Strether -Blackstone Co. Successors to Con W. Hesse Gold and Silversmith« 727 Main St., Boise A Fact No guess work when we take a contract or sell you supplies. Fair treatment and fair prices always. StarPaintCo. 913 Idaho Street. Phone 971 PACIFIC NATIONAL BANK U. S. DEPOSITORY CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $450,000.00 The Most Progressive Bank in Idaho. 4% Interest Time Deposits. Safe Deposit Boxes $3.00 Per Year. on J. int the i and the be the of of of the of IDAHO BUSINESS FIRMS WHO DESIRE TO BE KNOWN AS FRIENDLY TO ORGAN IZED LABOR. BAKERIES. Capital Bakery, 717 Main St. Phone 407 W HEALTHFUL BREAD Imperial Bakery, 922 Front Street. BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES. Idaho Trust and Savings Bank, 10th and Main Streets. Pacific National Bank, 9th and Main Streets. Idaho National Bank. BREWERIES Idaho Brewing & Malting Co., Phone 445. BUTCHERS Idaho Provision & Packing Company, 716 Idaho Street. COAL DEALERS. Boise Commission Co., 814 Idaho St. Phone No. 1. CIGAR STORES & MFGS. Tobacco Shop. Geo. Brewer, Prop. 625 Main St. John Jedlick. 613 Main Street CLEANING AND DYING The Pantorium, C. W. Morris, Mgr. 611 Main Street, Bell phone 1Q25. City Dye Works, 1509 No. 13th street Branch, 923 Idaho street. The Commercial Tailors, cleaning, pressing and dyeing; suits made to order. 107 so 9th, Yates big. CLOTHING STORES. Golden Rule Store. "Make it Right Store." M. Alexander. Ninth and Main. St. McLeod & Johnson,8th St., Opp. City Hall. Phone 1205. The Toggery, 706 Idaho St EYESIGHT SPECIALISTS Dr. H. A. Grossman, 927 Main street. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Schreiber & Sidenfaden, 609-611 Ban nock St. Phone 130. FURNITURE BOUGHT'AND SOLD. People's Furniture Store, 1018 Main Street. FURNITURE MOVING. Graves Drayage Co., 202 So. 10th St. GROCF,RIES. The People's Commissary. 118 N. 9th street. Chas. Norwood, 321 No. 8th St. HATTER. Fid Zimmerman Exclusive Hatter Opp. Post Office. HARNESS F. H. Riedie & Co., 1521 Main Street. HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. Central Commission Co., 814 Idaho St. LAUNDRIES Idaho Steam Laundry, 1500-02 Main St Troy Laundry Co., Phone 810. LIQUORS-WHOLESALE. Capital Liquor Co., 808 Idaho St. Dan Brown & Co., 714 Main St. R. R. Dodge, 619 Main street. LIQUORS—RETAIL. I. D. O. Bar. C. W. Braguiner, Prop. 625 Main St. Banquet Saloon, 718 Main Irrigator Bar, 523 Main St. Phone 'Kill W mw«y Bar, 630 Main St. Miller & Phelps, 610 Main St., Boise MUSIC HOUSES. Sampson Music Co. Everything in music. 815 Main St., Phone 58-J. MEAT MARKETS. Walnut Meat Market, W. F. Koeh ler, Prop. Phone 565, 623 Main MANUFACTURING JEWELER. Strother & Blackstone, 727 Main MONEY TO LOAN Northern Trust and Savings Company, C. B. Coxe, Mgr. Yates Bldg. OSTEOPATHS. Dr. Walter S. Kingsbury, 228 Idaho Bldg. Phone 337 PAINT AND PAINTERS. Austin Sign Shop. 1010 Main Street. for se be for for M 31 RESTAURANTS Creamery Cafe, 725 Main St. SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Pioneer Furniture Co., 1119 Main. Phone 713-W. LIGHT AND POWER. Idaho Power & Light Co, Phone 122. SECOND HAND GOODS. Yerrington ft Williams, 1418-90 Main. SHOE STORES. The Wallace Co., SeU—Royal Blue Store. Shoes for Everybody. 804 Main. SHOE REPAIRING Boise Shoe Hospital, 116 No. 9th St. Riebe ft Cooper, 720 Main St STREET RAILWAYS Idaho Traction Company, 7th and Bannock street. WATCH REPAIRING. Fowler the Watch Man, 210 No. 8th. PEASLEY TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. Office 9th k Grove. Phone 73 A Friend of the Laboring Man Want« Your Patronage y&r to CAPITAL LIQUOR CO. A Store—Not a Bar. 708 Idaho St. Phone 875 Dr. Chin Man Sui 711 Idaho St., Boise, Idaho Cure« all [Diseases of Both Men and Women Graves Drayage Furniture Moving STORAGE All Kinds of DRAY1NG & STORING St. N. St. St in Motor truck for moving Pianos 202 South I Oth Street. PHONE 180 FOWLER THE WATCH MAN Watch Repairing. Large Assortment of Precious Stones. Ri: Order to 210 No. 8th St. Boise nga and Jewelry Made to > Please You—Not Us. Expert Shoe Repairing Modern Machinery. Work Done Promptly. BOISE SHOE HOSPITAL 307 N. 8th Moore & Son, Props. After All The Toggery" It Paya to Trade at U NOTHING "STALE" 706 Idaho Street. NOTICE We h) ad SSI Steed Hid (Ms Yerrington & Williams Phone 562j 1418-1420 Main GLOBE OPTICAL Co., 908 Main, phone 23; specialist« in fit ting glasses. Dr. P. A. Simmons, Mgr. Plant Your Trees This Fall We have a fine display of Shade and Ornamental Trees, Shrubbery. Berry Bushes and Vines now on display op posite Allen.Wright furniture store Bannock Street, between Eighth and Ninth Streets.--CALL AND IN SPECT OUR STOCK. BOISE NURSERY CO. ' OO NOTICE. To all creditors of the Idaho Labor Herald that from and after this date the present management will collsct and be responsible for all accounts and obligations. All obligations owing and contracted by the Idaho Labor Jer ald prior to this date, the former man agement will be responsible for. Dated at Boise, Idaho, this 10th day of Nov., 1914. (Signed.) JOHN ALDEN.