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Thursday, May 6,1909.
W. F. HALL Hewitt and Colby Ayes. Groceries for Less We are not in the Combine and Make our own prices. TEAS English Breakfast, >/ a lb 25c Ceylon and India, Vi lb 25c Spiderleg, ft lb 25e Gunpowder, 'A lb 25c I'ncolored .lapan, Vi lb 25c Paufired Tea, % lb 25c Mot Black Tea, % lb 25c The above teas are never sold else wherq under 60c a pound. Coffees. A regular 40e Coffee for 25c lied, White and Blue Coffee 22c Gold Shield Coffee 37c Millionaire Blend Coffee 30c 2 oz. Lemon Extract 10c 2 oz. Vanilla Extract 10c 3 oz. Ground Cinnamon 8c 2 oz. Ground Pepper 8c 2 oz. White Pepper 10c 2 oz. Cayenne Pepper 9c 2 oz. Ground Ginger 8c 2 oz. Ground Sage 8e 2 oz. Ground Alspice 8c 2 oz. Ground Nutmeg 12c 2 oz. Ground Cloves 9c 2 oz. Ground Mustard 8c 4 oz. Cream Tarter 15c y t lb. can Baker's Cocoa 25c lb. Baker's Chocolate 23c Yeast Foam 4c Magic Yeast 4c 16 oz. Royal Baking Powder 45c 8 oz. Royal Baking Powder 23c 25 oz. X* C. Baking Powder 23c 16 oz. Daisy Baking Powder 30c Finest Bacon, pound 20c Best Sugar Cured Hams 18c Best Salt Pork 12c California Hams 12c 10 lb. pail Leaf Lard $1.50 10 lb. Hominy, only 40c E. C. Corn Flakes 9c Malted Corn Kinks 5c Wheat Farina 9c Force 10c Dr. Price's Celery Food 0c Egg-O-See 9c Cream of Wheat 19c Quaker Puffed Rice 10c Quaker Oats 12c Quakor Corn Meal 14c Violet Oats 12c Pancake Flour 23c and 14c Shredded Whole Wheat 12c Pillsbury's Cereal 18c -3 lb. Perfection Crackers 25c 1 lb. Perfection Crackers 9c Ixmg Branch Graham 14c Perfection Wafers 14e Prepared Mustard 9c, 10c and 14c Sweet or Hot Relish 14c Dottle Sweet Pickles 18c Bottle Gherkins 14c and 23c Bottle Mixed Pickle* 14e and 23c Bottle Chow Chow 14c and 23c Bottle Horse Radish 14c liottle Snider's Catsup 14c and 23c Bottle Blue Label Catsup. .14c and 23c Bottle Home Catsup 20c Bottle Worcestershire Sauce 14c Bottle Salad Oil 9c Bottle Olive Oil 23c, 28c and $1.20 Bottle (quart) Cider Vinegar 13c Bottle (quart) Pure Vinegar 10c Pint can Pure Maple Syrup 20c Quart Table Molasses 10c Quart Table Syrup 14c and 23c McOALL'S PATTERNS (UNION-MADE) 10c AND 15c. Custom Tailors Union Label , We have a first class shop and are prepared to take care of your wants in up-to-date clothes P. WACNER Phone Ind. 589 Z. Res. Ind. 298 X Fine Tailoring 2004 Hewitt Aye. PADGETT & BELL ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Rooms 321-822-323 Greenberg Blk. EVERETT, WASH. J. W. KENNEDY ATTORNEY-AT-LAW American National Bank Building Phone 1012. Everett, Wash. Read this carefully Stokes Bids. Everett, Wash. Pound Glass Pure Honey 20c 2-bit can Corned Beef 15c Pound package Bird Seed 8c Pound package Tapioca 8c Pound package Sago 8c Pound package Pearl Barbiy 8c 12 oz. package Cleaned Currants ....10c Pound package Seeded Raisins 9c Large liottle Imported Olives 25c Arm and Hammer Soda 8c Schepp's Cocoanut 9c Lilly Gloss Starch 8c Package Corn Starch 7c Elastic Starch 9c Kingsford's Gloss Starch lie Best Mince Meat 10c Can Cove Osyters 10c Broiled .Mackerel 18c Can Columbus Tomatoes 8c Can Madrona Tomatoes 9c Can Blackberries 18c Can Bartlett Paars 18c Can Yellow Free Peaches 18c Can All Gold Peaches ~.23c Can Fnest Apricots 14c Can Waldorf Pumpkin 14c Can California Pumpkin 10c Can Happy Home Saner Kraut 14c Large can Van Camp's Beans 13e Large can Heinz Beans 14c Small can Heinz Beans 9c Can Soaked Peas 9c Can Challenge Peas 10c Can String Beans 9c Can Finest Sweet Corn 10c Can Little Neck Clams 14c Can Alaska Salmon 9c Can Silver Shield Salmon 14c Can Fresh Shrimp 14c Can Deviled Ham 4c Can American Sardines 5c Can Norwegian Sardines 10c Can Arctic Sardines 12VsC Pound Boneless Codfish 9e Package Granulated Codfish 9c Box Ivory Salt 9c 4 lbs. Best Navy Beans 25c 3% lbs. Best Rice 25c 17 lbs. Best Cane Sugar $1.00 3% lbs. Prunes 25c Box Fine Toothpicks 4c Searchlight Matches 4c Can Boneless Herring 5e 3 cans Carnation Milk 25c 3 cans Pioneer Milk 25c 13 cans Pet Milk 60c 3 % lbs. Cube Sugar 25c Glass Tumbler of any variety home made Preserves or Jelly 10c 8 bars Dora Laundry Soap 25c 6 bars Pqarl White Soap 25c 0 bars Crystal White Soap 25e (i bars Fairy White Soap 25c 7 bars Santa C'laus Soap ...25c Fels Naptha Soap 5c 20 Mule Borax Soap 5c Gasene Soap 5c Mechanics Soap 8c Hand Sapolio 8c Dutch Cleanser 8« Small Pearline . 4c Pearline 11c 20 Mule Team Borax 8c Boraxo 22c 10c Rising Sun Polish 5c Large can Potash Lye 9c 25c Fairbanks Gold Dust 23c Bon Ami 9c 2 rolls Tissue Toilet Paper 9c Bottle Ammonia 8c Bottle Best Blueing 8c 40 Clothes Pins 5c Brooms 25c, 30c and 35c 5 lb. package Quaker Oats 30c See that the is on your garments B. W. Sherwood F. W. Mansfield SHERWOOD & MANSFIELD LAWYERS Suite 7, Colby Blk. Everett 214 15-18 Greenberg Block Phone 1513 Everett, Wash. Mr. Union Man:- We carry the following articles, which are union made and should have the support of every union man in this city: H. R 00. CLOTHINO YALE PANTS CO. TROUSERS THE McKIBBIN $3 and $4 HATS HEADLIGHT OVERALLS GOLF SHIRTS—FULL NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. Second to none in the city—BELL BRAND COLLARS and CUFFS. SARGENT St PRICES' WORKING GLOVES. Phones 195. mclaren & shorett ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Enger & Jesdahl w. o. w. Carnival Queen Contest is creating much interest and good natured rival ry among friends of the contestants. Two of the strong orders of the city and the Cooks and Wait ers union have candi dates. Miss Campbell for the Owls; Miss Moody for the W. 0. W.; Miss Freeman for the union, are off in the race for the piano. Contestant securing the greatest number of votes will receive a $350.00 Piano. Candidates for Queen and their standing are: Miss Hazel Campbell, 3,500. Miss Julia Moody, 5,050. Mss Tillie Freeman ; 4,500. SUMMONS NO. 0768. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Snohomish. T. J. Kelley, Plaintiff; vs. Robert H. Moody and Maud S. Moody, E. Marl ton and Ellen Marlton, his wife, also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in tbe complaint herein, Defendants: The SNtte of Washington to the said defendants, Robert H. Moody and Maud S. Moody, E. Marlton and Ellen Marl ton, his wife, also all other persons or parties unknown claiming nny right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real s-state described in the complaint here in: You and each of you are hereby sum moned to appear within sixty (60( days after tbe date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days after the 29th day of April, 1909, ami defend tbe above entitled action in tbe above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the under signed attorneys for plaintiff at their office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be render ed against you according to the demands of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of the above entitled action is to quiet plaintiff's title in and to the following described real estate situated In Snohomish County, Washington, to wit: lots six (6.) seven (7,) eight (8,) and nine (9.) in block six hundred eighty seven (087) of the Everett Land Com- pany's First Addition to Everett, as shown upon the plat thereof, as record ed in the office of the Auditor of Snoho mish County, Washington. Plaintiff in his complaint herein now on file in the offico of the Clerk of the above en titled court prays that it be adjudged that plaintiff's title in and to said prem ises and each and every part thereof is good and valid, and that it be further adjudged that the said defendants and each of them be adjudged to have no claim, interest or lien whatever in and to said lauds and premises or any part thereof. COLEMAN & FOGARTY, Attorneys for Plaintiff, Office and Post office Address, Walsh Building, Ever ett, Washington. Date of first publication, April 29, 1909-Gt. T Ghe LINE that PLEASES Bargreens Golden Drip Coffee. Bargreens Black Tea. Bargreens Pure Spices. Bargreens Pure Extracts. Bargreens Baking Powder. IMPERIAL TEA CO. 1407 Hewitt Aye. Both Phones 142. THE LABOR JOURNAL EQUAL FRANCHISE CAMPAIGN OPENS Seattle Speaker Addresses Audience in This City Last Tuesday Evening Mrs. Nellie Mitchell Kick, president of the King County Equality Club, fired the first gun in Snohomish county of the battle for woman's suffrage at the Literary Auditorium hist Tuesday eve ning. Mrs. Kick was one of the band of courageous women that bearded the late lamented legislature ami came o.ut victorious in a hard won fight for a constitutional amendment to be submitt ed to the voters nt the next general election, granting the full right of fran chise to women. People who are ac customed to view all female suffrage ad vocates as gad abouts and cranks with masculine tendencies would have all their ideas very much upset after seeing and listening to Mrs. Kick. She is a strik ingly handsome woman, refined and cul tured, and she fairly radiates a home at mosphere. She is a pleasing speaker and talks with evident belief in her ideas that strikes conviction to her hear ers. Just three male bipeds were present, whether from motives of curiosity or otherwise deponent knoweth not. "Some who came to scoff remained to pray," the old poem runs and the down trodden men who were courageous enough to in vade the meeting the other evening doubtless came away with a chastened and contrite spirit. The speaker expressed confidence in the ultimate results of the conflict to be waged in the state of Washington dur ing the next two yaars. The National Suffrage Assocition is to hold its big EVERETT TRADES COUNCIL Council met in regular session Wednes day evening with a large attendance of delegates. Credentials of J. O. Barnhill, of the Laundry Workers were accepted and the delegate obligated. Organization committee reported that the R. R. Trainmen were studying the proposition of affiliating with the Coun cil and a favorable report was expect ed. The further report was ma le that- S. O. Muyhood, national organise! Pol the Order of Railway Telegraphers arho is in this locality for a short time, had promised to see that their organization affiliated with the Council in the near future. The local journeymen Rakers, who are members of the Seattle local expressed their desire to join the Council and the See. was instructed to write to the Se attle local asking them if they would pay the monthly Council dues of the local bakers, so that they might have repre sentation. Bro. Floyd Pace, of the Bartenders' local addressed the Council in behalf of the monthly button of their union ask ing all members of organized labor who patronize their places of business to in sist that the bartenders' who waited upon them wore the button. The dele gates were requested to take the matter back to their respective unions. Reports by unions: Shingle Weavers, good meeting; will adopt the monthly button system. Typographical, elected new officers at their last meeting. Machinists, 1 initia tion; ladies' auxiliary entertained with a musical and literary program and re freshments. Pile Drivers, 1 application; donation to striking Hatters. Painters, 3 initiation-: donation to the Hatters. Laundry Worker-, donation to the Hatters. Brewery Workers, business good and getting better. Bartenders, doing all they can to aid organized labor in its fight against Or iental labor. Call for the button. Carpenters, l initiation. Bro. Whisby, Sec.-Treas. of the Dis trict Council of Longshoremen, and a member of the Bellingham central coun cil, was present and gave the boys an inspiring talk. He told of the active work being done by our fellow unionists in the Northern city, and complimented the Unions of Everett for their spirit NOTICE OF HEARING OF FINAL AC COUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Snohomish, Probate Department. tn the Matter of the Estate of Eliza both A. Anderson Deceased. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN. That the final account of George W Ander son, administrator of the estate of Eliza !>eth A. Anderson, Deceased, has been returned nnd presented to the above en titled court for settlement, and that a pet (ties) lor the final distribution of said estate has been filed with said account: that Sat unlay, the L'lUh day of May. 1901b at ten o'clock A. M. has been duiy appointed by said court for the scttb" •nent of said account and the hearing ol said p< tit ion. al which time any per son interested iv -aid estate may appear and file bis exceptions, in writing to said account, and contest the Banie. and also may be heard in the matter of the peti tion for distribution. Dated this Ui\\ day of April, 1900. JOHN R. DALLY, By W. I MARTIN, Deputy. .IAMKN 11 NAY LOR, Attorney for Administrstor, Rooms 11 12 A-13 Slack Building. Isste of first publication, April 29th. 1909. 4 times. tiive a copy of the Journal to your j turn union friend and ask him to sub , scribe for ttlic paper that stands square ly for the interests of the man who 1 1 oils. I convention in Seattle, July 1-10, of this year and many notable women will be present, prominent among whom will be tbe Countess of Aberdeen, a noted F.ng lish suffragist. Women desire to make this a state where the children are well looked after out in the world as in the home. The children are in the home one-third of the time nnd outside two-thirds of the time. Tbe mothers at present have no say as to their surroundings when away from the home their play grounds HOT sanitary conditions. Shorter workdays for women wage earners, better working conditions would come through the use of the ballot and women would have time to study civic conditions and affairs of government nnd become interested. It was the women of Denver, Colo., took up the fight for Judge Hen Llndsey, the upright judge, when political forces opposed him. and aided materially in electing him. Prominent women the country over are earnestly studying thr suffrage move ment and are actively supporting it. People are becoming broader minded and the senseless prejudice against extend ing the franchise to women is fast dy ing away. We expect to wage a cam paign of education in this state during the next two years and we shall appeal to man's inherent sense of fair play to give us a re spectful hearing and to investigate the reasons we shall set forth why women should be granted the ballot. ORANIZATION THE SECRET OF POWER says: The world is growing better; and in the future—in tbe long, long ages to come—il will be redeemed; and as the ages bloom, and the great wheels of the centuries grind on, the spirit of sym pathy and fraternity shall banish sel fishness from the earth and convert the planet finally into one unbroken and un paralleled spectacle . . ... fustice and solidarity." But that is in the "long, long ages to come." Think how many millions of human being- will be sac rificed upon tho altar of man's selfish ness and greed before the dawning of that bright day. These beautiful lines from the pen of Thomas Went worth Ilig ginson are prophetic, also, of 1 better times for the toilers: From street and square, from hill and glen, Of this vast world beyond my door. I hear the tread of marching men— The patient armies of the poor. The ha!) of the city's lamps Hangs a vast torchlight in tbe air; I watch it through the evening damps — The masters of the world are there. Not ermine clad, nor clothed iv state. Their title deeds not yet made plain; But walking early, toiling late, The heirs of all the earth remain. Some Jaj. by laws as fixed and fair, As guide the planets in their sweep, The children of each outcast heir Tbe harvest fruits of time shall reap. The peasant's brain shall yet be wise: The untamed pulse beat calm and still; The blind shall see, the lowly rise And work iv peace time's wonderous will. Some day, without a trumpet's call, This news shall o'er the earth be blown, The heritage comes back to all— The myriad mnnarchs take their own. But Hint, also, speaks of a day ■ Ion;; way off. What we union men —we! humanitarians—want is a change now. j Art, act, in the glorious present, for the future may never eomc Even to morrow this old world of ours may lie' a smoking clinker on the hearthstone of eternity. The bread line must be ob-1 (iterated now; free soup houses must close their doors; women and children must be taken out of factories, mines and mills and put in homes and schools: the hungry must be fed, tbe naked' clothed and shoes put upon bare feet: the i>oor, oppressed and down-trodden must be lifted up to where the gun can : shine upon them, where hope can be put into their hearts, where music can reach their ears and flowers bless their sight All 11 things we union men can do if we will unite, determine upon a ! course and then follow that course to, victory though antagonized by every devil in hell and their earthly allies, the federal judges. We can so direct out efforts now as to be known in history as emancipators of men. women and lit tle children from the tyrannical oppres sion of soulless capitalist- and the greedy, money power. We can do this at the ballot box if we will but unite. t>rganise, organize, organize. Eliminate jealousy and wrung ling. Talk some, but ax* more. Keep one purpose evermore before our eves. IBe true to ourselves, out fellows and our Clerk of said Court. Mrs. Kick sa id ; (Continued from Page One.) Docs Not Stimulate Ayer's Sarsaparilla does not stimulate. It does not make you feel better one day, then as bad as ever the next. It is not a strong drink. No reaction after you stop using it. There is not a drop of alcohol in it. You have the steady, even gain that comes from a strong tonic and alterative. We wish you would ask your doctor about this. He knows. Trust him. Do as he says. J~c. A , r r ('" . Lowell, Mass. I———■■■ i i in ■ What are Ayer's Pills? l iver Pills. How long have they been sold? Nearly sixty years. Do doctors recommend them? Ask your own d< ctor and find out. Hod. Work as though the life of the na tion depended upon our own individual efforts, and rest assured wo will triumph hmg before we men iv middle life join the ranks of the patriarchs, "Lord God of hosts, be with us yet." LONGSHOREMEN CONVENE The Pllget Sound Council of Long shoremen held a convention in the long shoremen's ball iv this city last Sunday morning. May 2nd. The Council meets once every two months in Various cities chosen by convention and will hold their next meeting In Tacoma on lulv 11th Officer- of the association present were: Pres., G. 11. Bonnet of Anacortes; Vice Pres., C. 0. Brown, of Everett; Sec. Trees., H. s. Whisby, of Bellingham. Delegates were present from the fol lowing localities: Tacoma, Seattle, Ball aid. Pt. Ludlow, Pt. Blakely, Pt. Gamble. Eagle Harbor. Pt. Hadlock and Everett. Unity of action was the keynote of the meeting and a strong feeling of brother hood was manifested. The delegates all expressed themselves as being Well pleased with the city of Everett and the courtesies extended to them during their brief visit. RESOLUTION OF CONDOLENCE Whereas, It has blessed Divine Pro vidence to remove from our midst Bro. I M. McFarland, a beloved brother who had always shown himself to be a worthy member of our local; and Whereas, while bowing in submission to the will of Providence, we deplore the loss of our most esteemed and beloved member a warm hearted and charitable man and one who was always interest ed in the welfare of those with whom he was associated fraternally. I Therefore, Be it Resolved that we, tbe members of B. 1. s. a. Local 4")4, of ; Kverett. Wash., express our sorrow at his departure from our circle and share with his friend- the 10-s which deeply , affect.-, us all: and Be it further reeotved, That a copy ' oi these resolutions; he spread on the re- j '■old- -i thi- local, a copy sent to the Dear relatives Di the deceased Brother, and a copy sent to the Labot lonrnal tin publication. FRANK GOLDEN E. W. DOWNS Committee. For your spring hardware and garden utensils, see o. 11. Ounhus, corner of He witt and Broadway, and mention the' Journal. See add in another column. CASH OR CREDIT For sTen ,Women and Children. 25% to 35% on the $ Men's suits. Ladies suits, skirts, waists, underskirts. Good goods and low prices. Chicago Outfitting Co. 1416 HEWITT HENRY W. HOLMES JAMES H. NAYLOR ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Rooms 15-16 Colby Building Rooms 3 and 4 Dorchester Bldg. Phone Main 8094 Everett, Wash. Office flume 479. Res. Phone 566 OUR LINEMAN Is waiting to connect your house or place of business with oar power station if you desire to use Electric Light. It is the cheapest, cleanest and most convenient light known, and will not spoil your walls and ceilings or give off unhealthful odors. We will be glad to furnish an estimate of coat at any time. Everett Railway, Light and Water Co. ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE FOR EVERETT Orpheum vaudeville, something Everett amusement seekers have long l»een dosir- OUI of obtaining, is nt last to become a reality, for beginning Monday, the scenic theatre will operate as a strictly Orpheum circuit bouse, and the term Orpheum, as everybody knows, is the -tamp of highest excellence in vaude j ville. G. E. Bay, who for years has been identified with high class vaudeville at tractions in Seattle, has been secured to manage the Scenic, which is one of the prettiest little amusement houses in Everett, and it may be stated with cer tainy that Manager Bay will inject new life into the theatre, backed up. as be is, with the best attractions in the North .in. All acts secured for Monday' opening at the Scenic come under the head of features. Headling the list is Miss Vaynell Everett, who with her lever character change work, her danc ing and singing, has proven one of the strongest drawing cards on the Orpheum bill. Barrett & Company, presenting "The Days of '81," a dramatic sketch of war times, is an exceptionally strong attraction. He White & De White, in j character comedy, is another Orpheum team of rare entertaining ability. The bill for the present week has been hanged, and an entire new program, em bracing Cole &• Dulzmnn in a neat oper atic sketch, and Fred Stanfield in his -ingle sketch, "The Apple Maid." has been substituted, forming excellent en | tertainment. Manager Bay intends making motion pictures a strong feature on bis program, and has secured the ser vices of Miss Edna Myers, a remarkably able vocalist, to sing the illustrated song. Did you ever see a fellow pull out the "makings"—a book of papers and a sack of Hull Durham tobacco —and pro oeed to roll a cigarette? Sure, you have, and you've seen a few union men smok ing that same scab product, Bull Durham, j haven't youl And they really thought they were smoking tobacco—real tobac ' co. We tried to tell them differently; tried to tell them it was the vilest kind of a compound. The government chem i- <>t the Pure 1 Bureau of the De partment ) igriculture has completed 1 in analysis oi Bull Durham tobacco and Cnat do you suppose he found tbe in gredienta to be* Sixty-thPee per cent alfalfa, six pc; cent arsenic, one per eeltt. opium, three per cent fluid aud twenty seven per cent tobacco. The next time you -tart to buy a sack of Bull Durham tobacco remember what is in the stuff and —don't buy it. 3