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The Labor Journal.
PUBLISHED I \ I XV THURSDAY
Labor Temple, Kverett, Wash.
Entered at th< Post Office in Kverett
Washington. »• -■■■•ond class Mail Mat
ter.
F. P. MARSH
J, K. CAMPBELL Business Manager.
Phonei Sunset 148, Ind. 681 Y.
Subscription il.oo Per Year in Advance.
Advertising Kates on Application.
UNION DIRECTORY
American Federation of Labor.
Samuel Compels President.
.lames Duncan... First Vice President.
Joan Mitchell - Second Vice President.
James OConnel. Third Vice President.
Max Morris .Fourth Vice President.
Dennis .\. Hayes—Fifth Vice President.
Wm. U. Huber Sixth Vice President.
Jos. K. Valentine Eighth Vice President.
J'olm B. Lennon Treasurer.
Frank Morrison -. Secretary.
Washington State Federation of Labor.
President 0. 1!. Case.
Seattle.
First Vice President Fred Hudson,
Bellingham.
Second Vice President—Thos. Maloaay,
Spokane.
Third Vice President L. F. Clarke.
Walla Walla.
Fourth Vice President—H, A. Livermore,
Hoquiam.
Fifth N ice President W. J. Bradford,
Tacoma.
Sixth Vice President Jus. Durham,
I lav ensdale.
Seventh Vice President—J. E. Campbell,
Kverett.
Sec-Treas ( barbs Perry Taylor,
Pox 15.",. Tacoma.
Organixer ... 0. O. Young,
Tacoma.
Everett Trades Council.
... C. Rourke ... • -..President.
Jas. Ballew — Vice President.
J. .T. Fox Treasurer.
R. F. Straka Secretary.
E. P. Marsh Heading Clerk.
liet ths one idea firmly fixed in your
mind: That no matter what others may
do, you will do the right thing as you
see it. We are too prone to attempt
to excuse our own shortcomings by point
ing to the mistakes of our neighbors, for
getting that we are responsible to so
ciety for our individual actions alone.
There must be no backward tendency
in the labor movement. No matter
how dark the outlook, the path will cical
as you advance. Have you never notic
ed how apparently insurmountable ob
_gtai-les ,| when you made up your
mind to overcome tliem?
Every unionist should attend the meet
ing of his craft at least once a month.
If you can't give one night in thirty to
the organization which has done so much
for your material benefit you have a,
very poor conception of the meaning of
the word "gratitude."
In the justice art the other day two;
men Mood accused of committing assault
and battery upon i diminutive dap. The
Jap was carrying a tray of dishes to
some of the denizens of the underworld
and tin-, boys accidentally they claim
ad—knock) I the 'ray off bis head. Then
there was a collision between white and
yellow ivrtf !i resulted in the arrest of
the white men. Three oi the inhabitants
of a notorious treel were dragged in court
to testify .;. or of the -lap. "Dragged"
is the propi word (or the Japanese res
taurant kcepei who owns these buildings
in which these unfortunate girls ply their
trade, by a system of extortionate rent
als, owns these women just as surely as
he does the miserable shacks they in
habit. And thi fact that these women,
outcasts of so ... objects of public
scorn, were to be exhibited to the pub
lic gaze, added z< I to the entertainment
provided in the police court that after
noon. As the lawyer for the defense mer
cilessly plied t' em with questions which
brought in hi,h icftheirdegredationann
shame, the spe itors leaned forward in
their chairs an thoroughy enjoyed the
show. VVe ii . : really advanced very
far since the da when people used to
sit around \ . ■ us and watch the tor
ture of humu , ig| by wild beasts.
We are i.e.,. refined now. that's nil.
In the days of \ ro it was the human
body that destroyed to furnish
amusement for the populace, now we take
keen delight watching the suffer
ings of a .. laid bare, t trie oi 11
girls was brazen and defiant in her n<
plica while another burst into tears at
a reference to her mother It is a com
mon spectacle in the police courts of
every city. So oinroon is it that we are
hardened to tl re. The sorriest spei ■
tacle and the saddest in Ibis world is
the aegredation of womankind ami we
are brutal and call.,us enough lo make it
a jest.
win our robes <>f self righteousness
wrapped nuiggi) around m we any it
is a necessary evil. UV take it f,>r
granted that these abandoned women aw
evil from their own ahoiee. Are they?
Perhaps some of tliem are. But beneath
the insolent air and careless attitude,
heats many an aching heart. Many a
girl would turn hack the pages of he'
life if the wa\ were open to her. The
stiieide'a grave holds many a form that
in life was denied the chance to make
good. r * it not a fact that for every
miserable, fallen woman, there is some
man who first turned her feet astray?
We forgavo him and looked over his "un
happy mistake" and ensf a atone nt the
X.l it or.
woman, tho victim of his passion and
hep own ignorance. There should be no
duel standard of morality, but there is.
Society recognises it. it is true, but so
ciety is wrong. I lie Great 'teacher said
to the oiling woman "go, and sin no
more" while we say "go, and keep on
sinning." As old as the hills is the "so
cial evil" and its solution seems as far
away as ever until We re adjust our
standards of molality. A shrug of the
shoulder, a scornful glance, a sneer and
a jest meets the girl who lias gone wrong
and attempts to reform, and then we
shed a few crocodile tears and hold out
the right hand ol' fellowship to the man
who made her what sho is. Qlve
thi' erring gill a chance.
Do you know that when wages arc
reduced ill times of panics they never
rise again among the unorganized work
ers?
Do you know that each succeeding
panic has left the wages of the unor
ganized worker smaller than they were
before!
Do you know that in spite of all
panics the wages of organised labor have
steadily advanced nnd hours of labor
shortened ?
Do you know that if the wage earn
ers were all organized panics would be
1-ss frequent and less severe?
Do you know that the recent cut in
your wages will never be recovered un
til yon organize?
Do you know that the long hours oj
labor lessen your pay? How will you
increase it?
Do you know it is a duty you owe
your family and your fellow-craftsmen
to join the union of your craft?
Do you know that the longer you de
lay joining the union of your craft the
longer you will be in bettering your
present condition, shortening your hours
of labor per day, and increasing your
pay! Ex.
For your - j >ri nvr hardware and garden
utensils,see 0. 11. Ounhus, corner of He
witt and Broadway, and mention the
Journal. See add ill another column.
® <§> ®®®©®C3)®(fXQ)®
Union
Made
Hats
$3.00
All our $3 Hats have the
i ni'iii Label the guarantee of
skilled workmanship, The
materials as well. y,,n will find.
are by a higher quality than
you usually I md in (9 Hats.
Are you prepared for
the summer?
It is coming at last —We handle
Lawn Mowers,
< larden 1 lose,
I iawn Sprinklers,
Nodes,
at very lowest Prices. Give ns a call and !><• convinced.
0. H. Gunhus, Hardware
To the men who work hard for .1 living we can save you
from 25 per cenl to 50 per cenl on your drugs nnd prescrip
tions,
Foley's Honey & Tar, Regular 50c, Special --39c
Foley's Honey & Tar. Regular 25c, Special 19c
Dr, Bell's Pine, Tar & Honey, Regular 60c, Special 39c
Dr. Bell's Pine, Tar iV Honey, Regular 25c, Special 19c
Lydia Pinkham's Veg. Co., Regular $1.00, Special 79c
Dr. Kaufman's Sulphur Bitters Regular $1.00, Special ._79c
All Prescriptions compounded from pure drugs by a register
ed Pharmacist.
Gut Rate Boston Drug Co.
3020 Hewitt Avenue.
READ THIS, NON-UNIONIST
W. B.
Hutchinson
Company
1610-121., Hewitt Avenue.
tiruNs Shears,
Hedge Shears,
Qrass Hooks.
Lawn Rakes,
Sprayers, Etc.
Cor. Hewitt and Broadway.
AIN'T IT AWFUL, MABEL?
A man admires two kinds of women:
Girls from 111 to 28, and women like his
mot her.
We often hear Women abuse men by
Ihe hour. And we usually think the
men deserve all they get.
Things arc getting on such a strict
sanitary basis that a man can no longer
chew the ends of bis mustache without
first having t'liem boiled.
We don't know how it is with others,
but a circular showing a goddess floating
on a cloud resting on a piano, and sup
posed to represent Music, wouldn't sell
any pianos to us.
A number of years ago the clinging
vine style of architecture was favored by
every woman. Grandmother was a cling
ing vine, mother showed less need for
support, and daughter, today, couldn't
he made to cling if nailed to the tree.
This being the case the gowns daughter
is wcaiing are not appropriate. They
are soft and clinging, and make her look
as wind tossed as last year's grapevine.
Lit her the woman should be more hum
blc or quit wearing those hipless, petti
coat less dresses that make them look like
semi-invalids.—Mixer and Server.
11l tin- Superior Court of the State of
Washington in and for the County of
Snohomish.
Hewitt Land Company, a Corporation.
Plaintiff, vs. Mitchell Land and Im
provement Company) Theresa Bur
ks and all persons unknown, if any,
having or claiming an interest or es
tate in and to the hereinafter de
scribed real property, Defendants.
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, to
file above named defendants:
You me hereby notified that the above
named plaintiff is the owner and holder
of Ceitificate of Delinipiencv number
ed HioT Issued and dated the 81 day of
January, A. D. 1898, by the County of
Snohomish, Slate of Washington for the
amount of tblrty seven and 1)5-100
($37.95) Dollars, the same being the
amount I lieu due and delinquent for
taxes for the years 1892, I Kits. 18U4, 1895
upon real property of which you, the
said defendants are the owners mid re
puted owners, situate In said county
and mole particularly described as fol
lows, to-wit:
Lot thirty six (,'tti) of block M Jf
of Mitchell Land ami Improvement Com
pany's First Addition to Everett, -and
upon which the above named plaintiff
and il - assignors, have paid subsequent
taxes assessed against sail) property as
folloWSl
Taxes for the year 1896, a mount ing to
■sii.;tL', paid February 88tb, 1901,
raxes for the year is 97. amounting to
$5.64, paid February :28th, 1901.
Taxes for the yaar mom. amounting to
$4.54, paid February 28th, luoi.
Taxes foe the year ixou, amounting to
54.22. paid February 28th, |MH,
Taxes f,,r me year 1900. amounting to
$ 1.35, paid March 15th, 1901,
Taxe~ for the year 1901, amounting to
$1.13, paid March loth. 1908.
Taxes for the year 1908, amounting to
$1.92, paid February 23rd, 1908,
Taxes fur I he year ltlll.'t. amounting to
$2.63, paid May '.'(lst. 1905.
Taxes for the year 1904. amounting to
$2.18, paid May Slat, 1905.
Taxes fee the year 1905, amounting to
tii.itH. paid June' Ist. Illllli.
Taxes for the year 1908, amounting to
12.08, paid April' Pith. 1009.
Taxes for tin- year 19117. amounting to
$2.88, paid April' 18th, 1909.
Taxes for the year I9OK, amounting to
18.78, paid April' iStb, won.
All of ~iid several amounts bearing in
terest at the rate of fifteen per cent
per annum from the respective dates of
iaj want I has aof.
And you and en h of you are hereby
summoned to appear within sixty days
after the date of the first publication of
this notice nnd summons ex
elusiva of the date of such first
puldic.it ion, to-wit: within sixty
day, alter the 29th day of April, A. D.
1980, exclusive of said day, and defend
Ihe above entitled action in the Court
aforesaid, or pay the amount due as
ilmo i forth, together with the costs.
In case of your failure bo to do, judg
ment will be rendered foreclosing said
lieu for Certificate of Delinquency, taxes,
penalty, interest and coats, against the
NOTICE AND SUMMONS
THE LABOR JOURNAL
lands and premises hereinbefore mention
ed ami described,
HEWITT LAND I OMPANV,
Plaintiff,
ity li U.PII 0. BELL
Attorney for plaintiff. P, I>. Address, Ev
erett, Wash.
Date of first publication April 29, '09.
- 7t.
NOTICE AND SUMMONS
In the Su|»erior Court of the State of
Washington in and for the County ol
Snohomish,
Hewitt laind Company. S Corporation.
Plaintiff, vs. Mitchell Land and Im
provement Company: Kverett Mosaic,
Tile Go. and all persons unknown if any,
having or claiming an interest or eS"
i late in and to the hereinafter de
scribed real property, Defendants.
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, to
the above named defendants:
You are hereby notified that the above
named plaintiff is the owner and holder
of Certificate of Delinquency number
ill 4IMIN issued and dated the' :tl day of
January, A. 1). 1808. by the County of
Snohomish, state of Washington for the
amount of twenty seven anil 84-100
($27.84) Dollars, the same being the
1 amount then due and delinquent for
taxes for the years IMS, 1894, 1898
upon real property of which you, the
said defendants are the owners and re
puted owners, situate in said county
ami more particularly described ns fol
lows, to-wit:
l.ot thirty-seven (37) of block "E"
of Mitchell Land and Improvement Com
pany's First Addition to Kverett, nnd
upon which the above named plaintiff
and its assignors, have paid subsequent
taxes assessed against said property as
follows:
Faxes for the year 1890, amounting to
$12.07, paid February 28th, 1001.
Taxes for the year 1897, amounting to
$5.04, paid February 28th, 1901.
Taxes for the year 1808, amounting to
$4.54, paid February 28th. 1901.
Taxes for the year 1899, amounting to
$4.22, paid February 28th. 1901.
Taxes for the year 1900, amounting to
$1.34, paid Marc-'h sth, 1902.
Taxes for the year 1901, amounting to
', $1.13, paid March sth. HIO2.
'Taxes for the year 11102. amounting to
; $1.92, paid February 83rd, 1903.
~ Taxes for the year 1903, amounting to
*2.ii2. paid May 3rd, 1005.
| Taxes for the year 1004. amounting to
i $2.18. paid May 3rd, 1005.
'Taxes for the year 1005, amounting to
$8.08, paid June Ist, 1000.
'Taxes for the year 1906, amounting to
$2.08, paid April 13th. 1909.
Taxes lor the year 1007. amounting lo
$2.33, paid April' 13th, 1000.
I 'Taxes for the year 1008, amounting to
$3.78, paid April' 13th, 1000.
All of said several amounts bearing iv
. Merest nf the rate of fifteen per cent
: per annum from the res] the dates of
' payment thereof.
And you and each of you are hereby
summoned to appear within sixty days
after the date of the first publication of
this notice and summons ex
; elusive of the date of such first
i publication, to-wit: within sixty
days after the 29th day of \pril, A. D.
• 1909, exclusive of said day. and defend
; the above entitled action in the Court
.[aforesaid, or pay the amount due as
j I above set forth, together with the costs.
In ease of your failure so to do, judg
■ ment will be rendered foreclosing said
, lien for Certificate of Delinquency, taxes,
. penalty, interest and costs, against the
! lands and premises hereinbefore mention
"l ed and described.
HEWITT LAND COMPANY.
Plaintiff.
By RALPH 0. BELL,
Attorney for plaintiff, P. O. Address, Ev
erett, Wash.
Date of first publication April 20, '00.
—7t.
SCENIC
THEATRE
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Change of Program
Mondays and Thursdays
The latest
Moving Pictures
and
Illustrated Songs
ADMISSION 10 CTS.
To Any Seat in the House.
UNFAIR LIST
MITCHELL HOTEL, Barber Shop.
Bar ami (lafe.
C. R. SCHWEITZER, Plumber.
WAHLGREN ELECTRIC CO.
MODERN PLUMBING & HEAT
ING CO.
R. Springer, of Springer's Bazaar,
1313 Hewitt avenue.
Warehouse foot of California
street.
P. Sampson, contractor.
CARPENTERS—J. M. Harris, D.
Jardine, C. J. Hand, Piatt, Pad
dock, Ridgeway, Wold (House)
1402 Grand.
PAINTERS — John Engblom,
Thos. J. Mori, f. K. Merrifield,
I. Hunt.
PLASTERERS—\V. A. Allyn,
Willard, ('. Wheeler, A. B. Wrigltt.
Booth.
ELECTRICAL WORKERS- Thos.
Storrey.
AMERICAN PILE DRIVING CO.
BARBER S—Wm. Wbittsker,
Lowell.
MEATS —Caritens Pecking Com
pany.
Meat Market at 20OU Hewitt. All
meat with IJo v. stamp So. 224
is unfair.
By order EVERETT TRADES
COUNCIL.
B>Y«rati Paint, Paper Jk Art Co.
Kverett Paint. Paper & Art Co.
WANTED, All Union..
Laborers to Price Our
Stock.
gftOS COLBY AYE.
Phones:
Ind. OOX,
Kverett Paint. Paper Jk Art Co.
Plumbing
Gas, Steam and Hot Water
Fitting, Jobbing Promptly
Attended to. :
Phones Sunset 1222; Ind. 104 X
H. C. Brown
2521 Hewitt Aye. EVERETT
J. L. MORROW
THE TAILOR
FULL LINE OF WOOLENS OAR-
RIED
Cleaning and Pressing.
2907 Hewitt Aye.,
c- z:
the
SHOEMAN
Ralston $4.00
Union /Vlnda
Fellowcraft $3.50
Union made
Nettleton $6.00
THE BROADWAY
Cleaning and Pressing Parlors
4 Suits Pressed and Sponged for
$2.00.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Absolute Satisfaction Guaran
teed in Every Respect.
2937i/ 2 Broadway, Phone Ind. 45Y.
H. G. Swalwell. Richard Cary. W. N. Riley
Reliance Realty Co.
(Watch for the Red Pennant.)
FARM and CITY PROPERTY
Insurance and Rentals.
We have a long list of homes
that can he bought on small pay.
nu'iits.
2823 Colby Both Phones 752.
—SEE-—1
Hunsaker & Rogers
1717 Hewitt Aye.
FOR BONDS OF ALL KINDS
Fire Marine and Liability Insur
ance. Real Estate and Rentals.
Phone 145.
C. A. Hudson, Scandia Bank W. R. Booth.
Building.
Hudson & Booth
Timber Lands, Logged Off Lands
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans.
Phono Sunset 102. Everett, Wash.
FOR TIN AND
SHEET IRON WORK
CALL
ANDREW ECKSTROM
Union Shop.
fad. :mz Sunset 386.
2819 Cedar Street.
CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR EYE
TROUBLE
We don't prescribe glasses unless you
need them. We make our own glasses
and sell them at moderate cost, and
guarantee them.
EVERETT OPTICAL CO.
I!U4 Hewitt Aye.
320 30 Rtokea Bldg. Notary Public
WM. SHELLER
Lawyer
Sunset Phone 204 EVERETT
| Independent Phone 2S7X. WASH
Bverett Paint, Paper oi Art Co.
Sun. iqs9
Everett.
EVERETT.
"If It's Rijfht tlit- Boston Sells It"
A GOOD STORE for
any good man, especi
ally union men to do
their trading. The
"BOSTON" keeps in
stock a great many
lines of goods which
bear the label — Suits,
Hats, Overalls, Shirts,
Gloves and Pants. Be
sure and see us about it
before your next purchase
The Boston Clothing Co.
Brotherhood Gloves
Keystone Overalls :
Paints, Oils. Class, Brushes, Pictures, Framing. Moulding, Siiviui Doors,
"Strictly Union Shop"
Telephones: Sunset 1221, hid. 197 X. Ret. [ml. 474, Sun. ii9l.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON PAPERING AND PAINTING
Cut Flowers and Floral Designs, Flowering Plants, Seeds
Bulbs and All Kinds of Shrubs and Nursery Stock.
City floral and Seed go.
W. WALLMARK, Prop.
Salesroom and Office: 1910/2 Hewitt Aye. (Opposite Mltch.ll Hotel.)
Greenhouse: Cor. 43rd and Broadway.
Rates Reasonable. Goods Delivered.
Salesroom, Sunset 1009; Ind. 758Y Greenhouse, Independent 137 X
WE LEAD while others follow
FOR FINE PHOTOS
Tbe Brusb studio
2801 Wetmore. Phone m
€vereit Brewing go.
EVERETT, WASH.
Thursday, April 29, 1909.
Window Screens.
Wall Paper Co.
N. T. NASLUND, Prop.
2829 Rockefellei Aye.
EVERETT, WASH.
SUPREMACY
LESS THAN
4%
ALCOHOL
EVERETT
"EVER. IT"
BOTH PHONES
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