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Thursday, February 25, 1909.
FREE! FREE! FREE! Will give FREE with eich purchase of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Cigars, Sundries, etc., a check specifying the amount of the purchase Holders of these checks wil lbe en titled to valuable Souvenirs. We cordially invite you to come and look these So ivenirs over. Remember that we are the only druggists in Everett to cut prices on EVERYTHING. By having your prescription filled in our Drug Store you will save 50 per cent Telephone orders will be promptly attended to. No charge for delivery. Respectfully yours, BOSTON DRUG CO. 3020 Hewitt Aye. Have that PRINTING done at the Journal office. Phone 271. OFFICIAL ROSTER OF EVERETT UNIONS Everett Trades Council. Meets every Wednesday night at Labor Temple at s o'clock, 1!. F. Straka, president: S. 0. Boyd, secretary. Lathers I'nion meets every Saturday night. .1. Michel. Pres.; las. natulan. Secret ary. Bridge and Structural Iron Workers' Union meets first and third Satur days. .1. .1. Phllpott, Pres.; A. S. Baillif, See. Cooks, Waiters & Waitresses' Union Meets every Thursday. Alidia Skaguo, Pres.; W in. Alderson, See'y., phone 400-x. shirt Waist «.\ Laundry Workers' Union No. 154, Everett, Wash—Meets every second and fourth Monday <>f each month, in Labor Temple, at 8 p. m. President, <>. P. Ilarno; Vice Presi dent, Jtennie Lindbladj Pec. Sec, Geotgio Benson; Fin. See., S. C. Boyd; Treas., P. ('. Hall Everett Typographical Union No. 410. —Meets last Sunday of each month 3 p. in., Labor Temple. W. 0. Hall, president; E. Mareuson, secretary treasurer, 2718 Walnut St., Phone Ind. 457 Y. the J. B. I. U. of A., Local 440, meets the first and third Thursdays of each month at the Labor Temple, at 8 p. m. M. T. Alliman, President; •lohn Van Patten, Secretary. Tailors' Union No. 335 meets the first Tuesday night in each month at 8 o'clock in Labor 'Temple. A. C. Berg, Pres.; S. ,1. MeCall, Sec. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local No. 191, meets every Thursday night in Labor Temple at 7:30 p. m. S. T. Roberts, Pres.; H. C, Fiest, Secretary, care Labor Temple. C'igarmakers' Union No. 498, Everett, ' Wash., meets at 8 o'clock the first Tuesday night in each month at Labor Temple. E. R. Fuche, preisdent; W. Grabel, secretary. Carpenters and Joiners of America No. 502, meet every Thursday night at 8 o'clock iv Labor Temple. J. W. Stansbury, Pies.; Ray. Hill, Secy. st pa in Engineer! meet »very Wednesday night. -Ids. ( lark, Pre*.] Hoy Skin ner, See., 2iiii Walnut St. sheet Metal Workers' Local Union No. 193 meets every first ami third Friday at 8 .o'clock al Labor 'temple. W. W. I'arker, Pres.; J. P. ( arton, Sec, 1780 Maker. Plumbers' Union meets every Monday night. John Bailey, President; J. 0. Watson, Secy, 2518 Baker. PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES The Best Equiped Book and Job Office PRINT EVERYTHING WE and Guarantee Our Work All Kinds Of Catalog Work a Specialty Mews Publishing Co. EVERETT, WASHINGTON 2912 Rockefeller Aye. Morrow Building. Both Phones 271. lirieklayera and Masons' Union No. 10 J meets every Wednesday night at Labor Temple at S o'clock. K. A. Dm rant, president; W. Melang, Sec. International Association of Machinists, Local 1.10. Meets first and third Tues days of each month, Labor Temple, 8 p. m. M. L Stadum, Pres.: R, Straka. Ree. See.; J. 1!. Ilihliert, tin. See'y.. 2216 Colby. Musicians' Union meets every second Sunday of eaeli month at Labor Tern [de. Theo. Boer, president; J. T. lice ; croft, secretary. Painters' Decorators and Paper Hangers of America, Local 339, meets every Wednesday evening at I.ahor Temple. 1 lsl7 Pacific. 1 Woodsmen and Sawmill Workers' Union No. 24 meets every Friday evening at I.ahor Temple at 8 o'clock. Presi dent, F. L. Woodcook; Secretary, C. J, Schoenrock, 2531 Maple. Brewery Workers' Local Union No. 142 R, Drolet, Pre,.: A. F, Argall, See.; Everett Building Trades Council. Meets every second and fourth Tuesday night at Labor Temple at 8 o'clock, .las. Ballew, president; A. E. Crandall, secretary. International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local No. 441, meets every Friday night at 8 o'clock at Labor Temple. President, A. L. llaynes; secretary, C. J. Crittenden. Plasterers 1 Local Union No. 190 meets every Thursday night at 8 o'clock at Labor Temple. President, W. E. Moore; secretary, Ja9. Ballew. American Brotherhood Cement Workers Local Xo. 97 meets every second and fourth Friday at 8 o'clock at Labor Temple. President, K. Christensen. meets every fourth Friday at 8 o'clock at Labor Temple. President, H. H. Hopkins; secretary, Chas. Shatten kerk, 3915 Grand. Bartenders' Union Meets every Sun day. W. 11. Baker, Pres.; T. L. Kloff, Sec; E. N. Davis. Treas. Longshoremen of the Pacific Coast, Lo cal. No. 4, meets every alternate Tues day evening at Longshoremen's hall. Railroad Aye., Everett. Peter Mar tin, president; John Lyons, secretary, P. O. Ho.x m. Sli ingle Weavers' Union, Everett Local No. 2, meets every Tuesday evening ;il S o'clock in ljibor Temple. Oar ence FolaOID, President, 2SII Walnut; E, P. Marsh, secretary, care Temple. In the Northwest Tel. Ind. 270 Starting tonight, February 25, Prof, L s. Rllermnn, claiming to be self hyp notic champion of the world, will bo seen ni iho Dreamland theater, formerly the old Central. He will hypnotize and mesmerize different people in the aud ience. He lias been showing tins week in Seattle to packed houses, and Mr. Schultz, manager of the Dreamland, has guaranteed liim $200 for three nights to show in Everett, and is using tlie Central, hoping to fill tin' house, il is larger than his other theater, the Sce nic. He will hi' at the Dreamland fur 3 nights only. Fob. 25th, 20th, 27th. The admission will bo IS-25-3SC, A dreamer ami a man of action loved a woman. 'Ihe dreamer -.aid: "I shall w rite verses in her praise) I hey w ill touch her vanity and she will love me I'm' them." But the man ot' action saidi "How old fashioned! I shall corner the stock market and that will bring her." Si the dreamer wrote versos and he induced a friend uf his win. ran a lo rent magazine to publish them. And the man of action cornered something nr other ami become a billionaire. In the menu Ime the girl married a man who inhcr'te I his money and lived happy ever after. Hut the dreamer was so proud of his verse, he didn't care and the man of action was so busy he didn't care. 'the i.nly one tv suffer was ihe man si c married. A congroasman's secretary] thinking lie heard burglars in the house, woke tho congressman. "Sir. sir." ho whispered sharpiy, "there are burglars iv tho house!" The oongresauian stirred uneasily in his sleep, "Well." lie mumbled d uwsiiy. "»o I here air in Ihe senate." In .lustier Oouii before William Sheller, Juatiee of the Peace, in ami for B> rivit Precinct, Snohoniiah County, \\ aahlngton. M. Seller & Company, Incorporated, a corporation, Plaintiff; \-. \\. B. st row bridge, Defendant. To \V. B. Strowbridge, the above named defendant i i In tlu> MOM «'i ili«' stair of Wash lug I I tint, vim an l hereby notified that \l Seller «.<: Company, Incorporated, a cor» potation, di<' above named plaintiff Una filed a complaint agalnsi you in aald <■>nirt which will Dome on tn be heard at my of flea in tho Court house in tho City j of Everett, Snohomish ( ounty. State of I Washington, one the -M h day of March, | I 1000, at the hour of ten (10) o'clock A. M.. unices you appear and then ami there ; tnawer, the same will he taken as eon feaed an.) the demand of the plaintiff granted, 'the object and demand of s,u ( | coat- Ila nt la to recover the sum of thirty three .mil 30- KHI dollars ($.13,311) for] ■ooda, wares nml inerehamlise heretofore soil ami delivered tv you at your in stance and reaneel by said plaintiff, aomplainl filed February 2."> th. A I). I0IH! .just ice of t lie Pew c. BELL, ANDBRBON A M.i.\i:i:\. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office Bad Posl Office nddnaaai Realty Bui Id tag, Everett, BMkotnitk County, Washing ton. rvnic of fivt puhlhai inn. lvi,. M :tt THE LABOR JOURNAL PROF. L. D. ELLERMAN, at the Dreamland THE GREAT HYPNOTIST NICE LITTLE LOVE STORIES SUMMONS NO. U 11.1.1 \\i SHKLLER, ADAPT YOURSELVES "Pop corn, pop corn," cried tho news hoy ns he come down the nisle of the ear. ' Have some pop corn. sir?" An old gentleman who had been annoyed by the frequent \i-it- nf the boy answered Irritably, "No! can't you see 1 ain't pot no teeth In i hew |in|i com with';" "THEN BUY OUM DROPS" said the hoy. lie adapted himself lo his customer, so adapt yourself and your tracts In the people you wish to reach. Demand the Union Label. CAUTION X Douglas name and price stamped on bottom, which protects you against high prices and inferior shoes of other makes. Insist upon having them. Take No Substitute! THE REASON I make and sell more man's 18.00 and $8.60 shoes than any other manufac turer is because I give the wearer the benefit of the most complete organiza tion ot' trained experts anil skilled shoe* makers in the world. The selection of the leathers for each part of the shoe, and every detail of the making in every (lepartiiient, is' looked alter by the best shoemakers in the shoe industry. If 1 could show yon how carefully \V. L Douglas shoes are made, you would then Understand why they hold their shape, lit bettor and wear longer than any other make. My Secret Process of Tanning the a Bottom Soles produces More jOf i t /r. flexible and Longer Wearing lM > cp~9 m tAJCjfi4tA Leather than any other Tannage. *f If your local dealer cannot supply you, order direct from factory. Shoes sent everywhere by mail or express. Write for illustrated catalog giving full instructions how to order by mail. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. Tickling in ti«e Throat "Just a little tickling in the- throat!" Is that what troubles you? Hut it hangs on! Can't get rid of it' Home rem edies don't take hold. You need something stronger—a regular medicine, a doctor's medicine. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral contains healing, quieting, and soothing proper ties of the highest order. Ask your doctor about this. No alcohol in this cough medicine. [ i Aye? <„ . Lou-ell. Mass. Constipation positively prevents good In alth. 1 h nw hv allow il to continue? An active nverif surest preventive of disease. Ayei's Pill; sue liver pills. What does your doctor say? WAS WELCOME TO HIS A rerlulll prosy preacher rceetttl) "..ive nn endless discourse nn tlic prophets, Fira! he dealt ni length "ii the minor I prophets, At he finished them,nml the eiilljjl ee;ll hill j.;i ye II -i"ll of relief. He took r lons brent Ii nnd continued: ".Vow I -li;i 11 proceed in the major proph ets." After the major pmphets had re mmm gjji sample offer Ladies'or Gentlman's • 1 i• $5 barnatto Diamond Ring Brillinaejy equals genuine detection baffles experts —■ fills every requirement of the mos| exacting -pleases the mosl Fastidi ous, itt only one-thirtieth the cosi of the real diamond. As a means of introducing this marvelous and wonderful, scin tillating gem, .iml securing us many new friends as quickly as possible, we are making a special inducement for the New Year. We waul yon to wear this beautiful King, this master-piece of man's handicraft, this simulation thai sparkles with all the beau ty, and flashes with nil the fit f Wo wili it you to show ii tn yoi r friends and take orders for ns. us il sells itself sells ul sight and makes 100 PER CENT PROFIT For yon, absolutely without effoH on your part. We want good, honest representatives everywhere, in everj locality, city or country, in fact, in every country throughoul the world, lnith men and women, yo ing or old, who will nol sHI or pawn The Barnatto Simulation Diamonds under the pretense tluil they are Genuine Hems, as such action with simulation dia monds sometimes Leads to trouble or embarrassment. If you waul :i simulation diamond a substitute for tin 1 genu ine—DON'T WAIT—ACT TODAY, as this advertisement may not appear again. Fill out Coupon below and mail at once—First Come —First Served Write here name of paper iv which you saw tlii— advertisement The Barnatto Diamond Co., Gitatd Bid.;.. Chicago. Sirs:—Please send Free Sample Offer, Ring, Earrings, sin.l or Scarf (Stick) Pin Catalog. Xatno No St. Town or City peivoil move i hait ample nttention the congregation gave another sigh of re lief. "Nov thnl I have finished with 'In' minor prophets nml the major prophets, what about .l'ercminh ? Wbere i-i .lore- Al i lii- point n i •>ll man arose in the Imek tin' church. "Jcreniinh ran have mi pi.ni'." In- said; "I'm going home-" A GENUINE DIAMOND 1!. F. 1). 1!. No I. 0. ISox W. L. Douglas makes and sells more men's $ 3.00 and $ 3.50 shoes than any other manufacturer in the world. Boys' Shoes *1.75Sr $ 200 Best In tho World Fast Color Eyelets used exclusively. SI : ,l c 3