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Friday. November 5. 1909.
AMERICAN DYE WORKS Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing. Largest and best equipped plant in the county. 2821 WETMORE For Men's Union-Made Shoes, and Clothing Hats and Shirts, Established 11 Years G o TO THE 140 3 H*» Wlll Ai/e., Near Rucker LOCATE AT ANGLEY, You can buy lots, waterfront tracts, improved acreage and logged-off lands. Small payments down; balance, terms to suit. WHIDBY LAND CO. We Want to Move 5 Bx4 No. 4 Ceiling. Ix 4 No. 4 Drop Siding. Ixti No. 4 Drop Siding. Ixt) No. 4 Rustic. 14x4 No. 4 Cedar Siding. PRICES VERY LOW Bring Us Your Material Bills for Estimate Ferry-Baker Lumber Co. lieneral Office and Mills, City Sales Office Foot of 16th Street, Delta. Under Postoffice Both Phones 88. No. SUMMONS. 18 THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE BTATE OK WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. ' hurl.— Krause, Plaintiff, vs. Everett Trading Co., a corporation; M. H. Kirkham and his wife, Adaline A. Kirkham; Carrie K. Swafford, and all other persons, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in or to the real estate descrilied in the com plaint herein, Defendants. Hie Btate of Washington, to the said Kveretl Trailing t'ompany, a corpora- Hon; M H. Kirkham and his wife, Adaline A. Kirkham; Carrie K. Swafford, and all other persons claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in or to the real estate described herein, defendants: You are hereby summoned to apjiear within sixty (60) days after the date °' the first publication of this sum mum, to wit: Within sixty (60) days •>'ter the Ist day of October, A. I>. ■«08, and defend the above entitled in the above entitled court and att »wei the complaint of the plaintiff, Md serve a copy of your answer upon attorney for plaintiff, ■j Ma "Hi c below stated; and in case "' your failure so to do, judgment will a rendered against you, according to " demand of the complaint, which "*> been tiled with the clerk of the said The object of this action is to Ihe title of the plaintiff in and 1,1 He hereinafter described real estate; and to exelttds the defendants or any ? ""in from ever asserting or claim ™* tight, title or interest in and " the following described real estate, """•"'.I in Snohomish County, State Wi-hington, and more particularly ■♦wibed, to-wit: Lots Eight A (8A) * M s "»' ('.») of Block Six Hundred Read A CLUBBING BARGAIN We propose to give our readers the best .nformation obtainable La Follett'i Weekly Magazine and The Labor Journal has made t lubb.ng arrangements whereby both papers can be secured at the very low rate of -- LA FOLLETT'S WEEKLY MAGAZINE AND THE LABOR JOURNAL, both can be secured for. a year * Riverside Market 2900 HEWITT AYS BOTH PHONES 309 WE LEAD FOR GOOD WORK We call and deliver. LANGLEY, WASH I '/,x0 No. 4 Ceilar Siding, lx l No. 2 Hoof Sheathing, lxfi No. 2 Shiplap. Ixß No. 2 Shiplap. i Also Suasst Phone $08. Seventy oiu- (t!71) of the plat of Ev- ; erett. R. .1. EAUSSETT, Attorney for Plaintiff. Offhe and P. 0. Address. No. 200-7 Stokes Building, Everett, Snohomish Count v, Washington. Date of first publication, Oct. I, 1900. tit. IN THE SUPERIOR COUHI OK 'IHE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. In tho Matter of the Estate of Georg* A. Morton, Deceased. Tn All Whom It May Concern: Notice v hereby given, that Edward Morton, has filed'his final account here in as administrator and has filed a petition requesting that said .-tate be distributed, and the court has fixed the Hd dny »f November, 1909, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. in. of said date, at the Court House, i" Kverett. Snohomi-h fountv Waahington, as the time and place 'w hen and where a hearing on said final aeeou.it will he had, ami as the time and place "hen and where a hear in- on said petition for distribution will he" had, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may ap pear and file his objections, in writ,ng, to said account and have his objections heard by the court, and may appear and file objections, In writing, to the petition for distribution and have his objections heard by the court. Dated this Hth day of (Mober. IMB. JOHN B. DALLY, Clerk of Said Court, fete of first issue October 16, IM9. fit Nothing but union made tobacco at the Labor Temple cigar stand. Try the new union made cigarette tobacco, Cold Klakes. We Carry a Full Line of "GOVERNMENT INSPECTED MEATS" RK BOTH PHONES 248 S. YEO & SON WHIDBY ISLAND, ASHINGTON Both Phones 845 No NOTICE. No SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. W rr«? T J£l ,orK ' l - BEFORE WIL LIAM SHELLER, H BTICE OF THE .p'rl AN,) FOR EVERETT PRECINCT, COUNTY OK SNOlltj. MISH, STATE OK WASHINGTON, navid N. Qarthley and R. B. Williams, co partners, doing business under the firm name and style of Oarthlev & Williams, Plaintiffs, vs. Frank' W Neely. Defendant. I I.' I rank VV, Neely, defendant: i In tli«' name of the State of Washing' ► ton, you are hereby notified that the ' above named plaintiffs have filed a com plaint against you in said court, which , w "l «>n nto he heard at my office in the Stokes Building, in the Vity of Kverett, County of Snohomish, state of Washington, on Saturday, the 13th da\ o( November, A. I). 1900, at the hour of ten (MM o'clock in the forenoon of said day. and unless you appear, and then and there answer, the same will be taken as confessed and the demand of the pi lint iffs granted. Tl c object and demand of said com plainl i- :i- follows: To recover a judg ment against the defendant for the - I Korty-two ami 77-ltK) Dollars ($42,771, with interest thereon at the tat ol Six pel cent (<i per cent) net annum from the :ilst day of August, I 00!», together with the costs and dis- I bursements herein, and to subject to the lien of the judgment recovered here ' in and to enforce the same by the sale of certain personal property, belonging to ihe defendant, which was attached herein on the llth day of October, 1908, under and by virtue of a writ nf at tachment issued out of the above en titled court directed to the constable of Kverett Precinct, County of Snohomish, ■Stale of Washington, said property be ing more particularly described in the inventory and return of said constable annexed to the writ of attachment here in. WM. SHELLER, Justice of the Peace. c plainl filed October 11th, 1909. Date n| first publication October 16, ! 1909, Dale ot last publication November 12, ' 1909. No SUMMONS. IN I HE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN \ND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. J. s. Edmunds, Plaintiff, vs. Laura M. Edmunds, Defendant. The state of Washington, to the above named defendant. Laura M. Edmunds: You are hereby summoned to appear within Sixty (00) days after the date of the first publication of this Sum mons, to-wit: Within Sixty (00) days alter the 29th day of October. 1001), and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for plaintiff, at their office below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the ' amended complaint, I which has been filed with the clerk of the said court. The object of this action is to obtain an absolute divorce, on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment, and abandonment for more than one year last past. FAUSSETT & SMITH, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and P. O. Address No. 200-7 stokes Bldg., Everett, Washington. Date of first publication October 29, 1909, 8t No SUMMONS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN WD FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. F. E. Anderson, Plaintiff, vs. Tom Han sen and .lane Doe Hansen (whose true ( hristian name is to plaintiff un known), liis wife, Defendants. The State of Washington, to the said Tom Hansen and Jane Doe Hansen (whose true Christian name is to plaintiff, unknown), his wife, the above named defendants: You ar hereby summoned to appear within si\tv (tat) days after the date of the first publication of this sum n s, to wit : Within sixty (00) days after the 22nd day of October ,1909, and defend the above entitled action in the 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 ren dered against you, according to the de mand of the complaint wttich has been filed with the clerk of said court. The above entitled action has been commenced to obtain a money judgment urainai -sai<l defendants and each of them, and to enforeo such judgment againat the following described real estate, situated in the County of Sno homish. State of Washington, to-wit: The Northwest quarter (N. W. %) of Section thirteen (18), Township thirty two Ct2) north, of Kange four (4) east of the Willamette Meridian, which said real estate was attached by plaintiff at the time of the commencement of sahi acion. BELL, ANDERSON & MoLAREN. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and Postoffice Address, Everett, Snohomish County, Washington. Date of first publication October 22d, 1909. 61 SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. I V THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN WD FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY. Mary A Cunningham and John Cun aingaam, husband and wife, Plaintiffs, vs. Krtglehart Davison Mercantile Co., a corporation, and J. W. Waldren and Lizzie Waldren, husband and wife, and all other persons or parties claim lug any right, title, estate, or lien or interest in the real estate described iv the complaint herein, Defendants. 111.- State of Washington to the said defendants above named: You and each of you are hereby sum moned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons to-wit: Within sixty ,h.vs after the 29th day of October, 1909, anil defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and unswer ihe ,»mplaint of the plaintiff, at his of floe below stated; and in ease of your failure so to do, judgment will be ren dared against you according to the de man.l oi the complaint, which has Wn filed with the clerk of said court. This action is commenced to bar each of the defendants from any and all claims to the property described in the complaint and you are referred to the THE LABOR JOURNAL Exceptional Values For today's special selling we are offering very exceptional bargains in the Diess Goods section. The values quoted are much below onginal woith and include the newest weaves and shades of the season. Suitings at 47c Yard Serviceable as well as stylish Suitings that are excellent for dresses, skirts and waists. Extraordinary values. SELF STRIPED MOHAIR 44 inches wide; comes tn brown, gray, navy and black. DOUBLE i INISHED MOHAIR inches widi; all the desired colors. A 1.1 WOOL PANAMA 30 inches wide; an excellent quality. DOLSON & CLEAVER THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY 1718-20 Hewitt Avenue. Both Phones 217 said complaint and prayer thereof for any further particulars in regard to this saiil action. WM. SHELLER, Attorney for Plaintiff. P. o. and Office Address, Rooms ::2!i ,'tll Stokes Bldg., Everett, Washington. Date of first publication October 29th, 1909. 7t No. 1664. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF FINAL ACCOUNT AND HEARING OF PETI TION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINi. ION. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. In the Matter of the Estate of Odin E. • Irader, Deceased. Notice in hereby given that Victoria (irader. us administratrix of the estate of Odin E, (irader, deceased, lias duly filed in the above entitled court her final account as such admjinist|'at rir and her petition praying for the set tlement and distribution of the -aid estate of the said Odin E. Grader, de ceased, and for her discharge as such administratrix, and that the above en titled court by an order duly made and entered herein has fixed Saturday, the Oth day of November, 1909, at the court house in the City of Everett, County of Snohomish, State of Washington, at the hour of ten (10) o'clock in the forenoon of said day, as the time and place of the hearing of such final account and the settlement of the same and the said petition and application for dis tribution of said estate and for a final discharge, as the time and place where in all persons interested in said estate may appear and file their exceptions in writing to said account and contest the same and show cause, if any, why a final distribution of said estate should not be ordered and said administratrix be finally discharged. Witness the Honorable W. W. Black, judge of the said superior court and the seal of said court hereunto affixed this Oth day of October, 1909. JOHN K. DALEY, County Clerk. PADGETT & BELL, Attorneys for Administratrix. Date of first publication October Sth, 1909. st No. 10131. SUMMONS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. Charles S. Smout, Plaintiff, vs. lowerth Jones and Jennie Jones, his wife, De fendants. The State of Washington to the said lowerth Jones and Jennie Jones, his wife, defendants: You are hereby Bummoned to appear within sixty (00) days after the first publication'of this -.millions, to-wit: Within sixty days after the sth day of November, 1909, and defend the above entitled action in tin' above entitled court, and answer the complaint of tho plaintiff, and serve a copy of your an swer upon the undersigned attorneys for plaintiff at their office below stated; | and in ease of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to tlie demand of the com plaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. This action is brought by the above named plaintiff against the above named defendants to recover judgment against the above named defend • ants for the sum of Thirty-six ami 35-100 Dollars ($36.36) together With interest 011 the same at the legal Irate from the 19th day of July, 1909, the same being a balance due for goods, wares ami merchandise, sold and de livered by Smout Grocery Company, (a co-partnership consisting of Charles S. Smout and Annie Seifer), at the special instance and request of the defendants; and the said balance having been prior to the commencement of this action as signed by said co-partnership to this plaintiff. SHERWOOD & MANSFIELD, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and Postoffice Address, Suite 7, Colby Kldg., Everett, Snohomish County, Washington. Date of first publication, November 5, 1909. 7t No. 1724. NOTICE OF HEARING OF FINAL AC COUNT AND PETITION FOR IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY. In tie- Matter of the Estate of Jesse 15. Price, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the final account of ('. Edythe Price, adminis tratrix of the estate of Jesse It. Price, has been rendered to the above entitled court lor settlement, and that a peti tion to final distirbution of the estate has 1 n filed with said account, and that i be lib day of December, 1900, at ten o'clock a. in. at the court house in the court room in Ihe ( ity of Kverett. Snohomish ( ottnty, Washington. has been appointed by the court for settle nient ol -aid Recount, and the hearing of said pet il ion. at which time and place any pc -on interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions or ob jection- in writing to said account, and contest i he sstme, and may also bo heard in tin matter of the distribution of said estate. Dated this 3rd day of November. A. I). 1900. JOHN R. DALLY, Clerk. HULJIERT .V MI STED. Attorneys for Administratrix. 401 MM American National Bank Building. Date of first publication. November 5, 1909. Date of last publication, December 3rd, 1900. Ev. nlt Printers Who Can Put the Label on Your Printing. 1 News Publishing Company. 2 I era id Printing Company. :i Tribune Printing Company. 4 Cascade Printing Company. "> Pni Printing Company. 0 Hay side Printing Company. 7 Pacific Printing Company. EVERETT TRADES COUNCIL The Everett Trades Council held its regular meeting Wednesday evening with President Stambaugh in the chair. Credentials of O, S. .lones. of the Typographical l'nion, were received and delegate was obligated and seated. Communication was received from the Tacoma Trades Council regards to the Cars)en meat and same is published in a not her column. Communication received from the In ternational Machinists' Knion was re ceived and same was ordered printed in The Journal. REPORT BY UNIONS Electricians' l'nion. No. 191- Still in the city and doing business. Machinists' L'nion—Ladies' Auxiliary is planning to give a dance in Masonic hall on the 10th ot' this month. Plumbers — One by card. Typographical Union—Reported that the show that plays in Everett Theatre Sunday evening is using non-union print ing. HON. CHAS. T. TOWNE FOR WOMAN SUFFRACE At the recent great mass meeting held in Cooper Union. New York City, to nominate Justice William J. (Jaynor as independent candidate for the mayor alty, the Hon. Charles A. Towne. ex United Stales Senator from Minnesota, and former candidate for vice-president of the United States, used the follow ing significant language in the nominat ing speech: "Deeply significant of the moral mo tive so noticeably active in Justice Oaynor's candidacy is the interest man ifested in it by thousands of public spirited women. It is through this por tal of the moral meaning of crucial po litical controversies that female citi zenship is destined to come finally into its electoral heritage. It is possible that we men, puffed up in our own con ceit and purblind to our own and the general welfare, might succeed in con tinuing to deprive ourselves indefinitely of the service in our community affairs of that prudence, that conservatism, that patience, and that loyalty which we gladly recognize as the main guar antes of domestic happiness and the hief reliance of domestic economy; but we sball not be able much longer to re sist tin- importunities of that service proffered in the language of sentiment with the sanctions of morality and just ice. 'Vainly has woman asked for a voice in the representative enactment of the laws that govern her; in the levy of the taxes that she pays; in the expenditure of the money she helps to earn. Men have turned deaf ears to the plain busi ness common sense of the recpiest for the ballot Iwith on behalf of the hun dreds of thousands of women that own property and on behalf of the millions of women that toil. But the argument has become a plea for justice, for fair ness, for right. The moral aspect of the question will prove irresistible and will pave the way for its economic ac cept anee, and when once the harriers of our self-sufficiency shall have fallen before this supreme assault, we -hall soon remember them but dimly, like other outgrown superstitions, and find it scarcely credible that thej once ex ist "Meantime, let ns thankfully welcome the invaluable aid of this volunteer and uncommissioned soldier .this industrial army of women, in the campaign we are waging for Improved conditions in this greatest and most beautiful city in the world." TACOMA UNIONISTS PRAISES EVERETT IN MEAT FIGHT At the mrrt.ing of the Central Laboi Council last Wettnesday night a com- nmuiciation was read from the Kverett Central body asking if the fight is still on with the Carstens Packing compam . Secret ir> K. K. Staraka. of the Kverett Ixsly says in jwrt : "We have IWII informed on good an llioritv iliat the boycott against this firm in your city is practically a thing of the past, also that the firm in So attle is not fought hv organized labor at all. From all information that trS can gather, it sot-ins that Kvorett is tho only lily that i» making any strong f iglit. "We are still spending MMJ, and have ilone so ever since I lie fight started in -an effort to maintain the boycott. We are still picketing the shops in.l informing the public of the attitude ol this unfair firm, but it seems a titleless fight here, if we are the only people active in the fight. "This council wishes to get a list of your shopn in the city that are using their stamp, which is No. 224. "We have such a list here .but you .-an rest assured thst these shops will not continue to handle stamp No. 224 long. "We do not wish to be understood thst we are shirking the pledge we gave your representative when he was here asking this council to place the Carstens Packing company on our unfair lis*, but we do not wish to he held to that prom in if you people arc not making »n ac tive fight Kindly let me know what is being done." Bravo Everett. This is the proper sentiment that will increase the ranks of organized labor throughout Ameri ca within a few year* to such enor 2.50 3.00 3.50 Union Made Shoes For Nothing over $3.50 for Men Nothing over $3.00 For WOMEN Old Post Office Corner UKMis numbers that the most sanguine will be amazed at the increase if we all were to follow this example. For the information of these noble union men in Kverett let us quote some recent history about this unfair firm. Some lay the Carstena Packing com pany have turned over all their retail meat markets in the city of Tacoma to their former managers, making them proprietors. This trick has deceived no one, even though it had deceived some, the fact still remains that they handle the Cartteins products and that is the product tha the union men of Tacoma refuse to eat. The Metropolitan .Meat .Market of South Tacoma has lost over half their trade because they handle Carstens pro ducts. The Bay City Market Co., 1118 Pacific avnue. informed the editor of this newspaper, that he recently lost a customer, by the publication of one article in The Advocate to the effect that he was handling this meat, which paid hi mnearly $60 a week. The Meredith Butter Store, 1100 Commerce street, has lost practically all their union customers because they simplj handle the lard manufactured by the Carstens Packing company. A restaurant iv this city used to throw out scraps to a dog belonging to a staunch union man. It was not long before his dogship began to look like a trust baron with an enormous buy win dow sticking out iv front. Unfortunately, though, for doggie, his master spied Carstens wagon delivering meat to this restaurant and he forewith notified the restaurant man to cease throwing his dog Carstens scraps, ex plaining that his dog uas too good to eat such unfair scraps. But doggie is stiill alive and still fat. In fact not being fed on tainted meats doggie feels better. This is what is being done by union men of Tacoma. and if the men iv Se at! |c would lend the assistance these loyal men of Kverett are doing it would not be long before the Carstens rack ing company would be employing union butchers. Tom Car-tens acknowledged his fight with organized labor has cost him ever 100,000. Does he wish to lose 140,000 more and then some? Or wouldn't it be better for him and all concerned, for him to scpiare up? Ask for tlie button when you visit a drink emporium. It you don't find it, "23." Umbrellas FOLEY'S, 1714 Hewitt Avenue. Kids School Umbrellas from 35c Up Covciing aad Repairs ("ailed for snd Delivered. Sunset 1862 Northern Transfer Co. Express and Baggage PIANO AND FURNITURE MOVIHO Storage iv ('onueotion Office, 1930 Broadway Everett, Weak. 3 Independent 601.