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LOCAL NOTES We carry I full line of ttuion mad< suits, hats, and gents' furnishings. Also a fine line of summer underwear. Ed- ward Wah!. 1907 Hewitt avenue. E. P. Marsh, editor of The Labor JouroaL left last Monday for TrontO, 1 ana ia. to attend the convention of the American Federation of 1-ibor. Mr. Mars':, will represent the International Shingle Weavers' Union. He has also Wen re elected as a delegate to attend that body next year from the shingle Went ers. If you are geing to move your furni ture or have Damage you want trans ported, call up Robbins big transfer house. Both yh r.es STL day Olinger. of the Electrical Work ers. No. 191. and Fred Roseoe. of E>.-.:..a V • '■'- '.of: yesterday for San Jose. California, to atend the Pa cific Council pon rntitjon which takes place vex- eek. Now is the time to take those coun try drives. Call op Bobbins livery barn for a rig. Bo:h phones 3<l. Frar..-; PoUaid eras elected secretary tr-.as- . -.c Cooks and Waiters' Union at their aseetiag last Monday evening. Mr. Pollard held this office befon and '.-. good, he was also sec retary of the Labor Temple. We are torn is nu new location. 1610 Hey. itt svenu . with a new. fresh stock :f C- i-.s. ■-. Tackle and Sporting 6c Arthur A. Baily. UXXRX PEDRO PARTY. 7.-. T.hah- Council, Jfo. 11, Degree of F x-h .' „:•-•* -- - Party Sat- , ntday creating, X ireasher 6:h. in Fra-; tersal ha.h t:r the benefit of Ms. MaHe Brows, wi.-s< s ■ •* blind. AaV] tn ss nts <ts Publ :s invited. 1 TYPOGRAPHICAL Cons:-le-.r.i the kleasssds there were * nans ids rnhls gathering of "prints" at ; their regular monthly aseetiag, held last . Sunday, with the Hon. Samuel Alien, in the chair. W::h s. c .: the members leaving the city, others with various axeman, that* were several offices found va cant, arhi I aouraa, had to be filled, and the aspirants •••ere many. Two vacancies, as delegates to the Trades Council -,v-e frlle-i by Messrs. Tones aad Emerson , also two worthies had to be detailed on executive work, which were tendered hs Messrs. hfavenasai and Overmar. Mr ' B T .nes i» not an ••offiea aeaker". but the hte/l know. wher. they hare a piece that require* better >t*ig mect. trey seek I ,~ man wao is heat qualified v: • o. and Brother Jone* was i.» - - by aceijmatioa. aa one al the delegate* to the Trades Council which affiea the prints know, he will do faaatj ni be a mighty weight in that august !- Mr. J. A. Powers, who ha* been man j aging the plant ol the Cascade Printing! company, haa armwn h.s -arl and will j probably become an em; -r it kaae. Mr E.'.is Mar - . :-eeding him. Xo. 410 :> :. ' • . - something doing wsen the garel sounds for "time." There are v;h nob'.es as O. 8. Jone*. George l.^ «:".:'.- r-y Johnson. "Jack" HY: • \ : - numerous to mention, ark on moat everything pertajr-: . ? - t tm When a man gets tired m - - .-rue! world and need reat after a ha.'d week s work, there are but few place* where he eaa go and know he is at home. es pecialhr if he is a man of years Such pieces one shonid not be eahansed ot hot there i* a member thanfh ax (.optionally callable, who admits he is a printer, and who recently was a valuable meaaber of the executive board, in' tendering his resignation at the recent meeting, which was read by the clerk.' instead of it reading as "resigning as a member of the board." it was "from the local union." The members are con sidering a plan whereby they can secure a bonnet or a tamborine for the lonely bachelor. George, however, is not a bad actor. The meeting was favored by two ap pKeanta, who desire to make the trip to "Printown." SECOND BIENNIAL National Women's Trade Union League September :;th to October :st Inclusive, 1909. Whereas. It is believed that the time is now ripe tor the working classes ot the United States to forward their legi timate interests by political action: and Whereas. The above end can be best MI lad by the formation of a poiitkal party independent of all other political ! parties and pledged to an undivided ; loyalty: and Whereas, It is manifest that were the I several .labor groups now organized in the community, united in a politic*! party upon a common platform, such a party would exercise political influence far greater than any group acting sepu- Allan's € Headquarters For Union Made Goods For Men Brockton Co-Operative $3.50. $4 and $? Shoes Finch's Detroit Special Overalls $1.00 Pair Bell Suspenders 50c Pair Thoroughbred Hats -$3.00 We Carry Only The Best Goods Allan's l^ rately could exercise mow thereto c. be Resolved. That the delegates of the National Women's Trade l'nion IragW in convention a-semb'.ed do urge the Amerk'an Federation of Lahat to take action toward the formation of a Labor Party, whk'h party shall be pledged to forward the higher inte.ests of the toil ing millions as against the selfish terests of a privileged minority, and which shall welcome to its membership al! persons of whatever ether affiiia lion* who shall subscribe to the above line of action: and be it further Renolved, That a copy of these reso lutions le sent to the American Federa tion of Labor, to the National Socialist Party of America and to the labor. So cialist and Single Tax press of the United States. Adopted by the delegates in conven tion assembled, the first day of October, 190£>. Give a copy of the Journal to your aon unk>n friend No SUMMONS. IN" THE SUPERIOR COURT Of THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. Rotvrt A. Hutchinson. Plaintiff, vs. Lulu B. Hutchinson. Defendant The State of Washington, to the said Lulu B. Hutchinson, the above named ' defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty . t3t>: days after the date [of the first publication of this sum son*, to-wit: Within sixty 6l>> days • after the sth day of November. 190t>. 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- at: :rr.evs plaintiff, a: their office below stated: and in case of your failure so to do. judgment srQ] be ren- 1 dered against you. according to the de mand of the complaint, which has been :h.e-i with the clerk of said court. The above entitled action has been commenced by plaintiff against de fendant to obtain a divorce upon the ground of adultery committed by said 'plaintiff. BELL. ANDERSON" 4 McLAREN. Attorney for Plaintiff. Offices and postoffice address. Realty Bldg. Everett. Wash. Date of first publication November Is Ittff. 6t Application No. i. SUMMONS State of \\ ashington. County al t»no rN TJJK'SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATS OE WASHINGTON". FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY. F. W. Peabody, Plaintiff, vs. Thomaa A. Dorgan sad Mary Dorgan. his wife, Henry Williams and Mary Williams, his wife, whose true innrtian urn« i- unknown to plaintiff. William Bulen aad Mary Bulen. his wife, whese true Christian name is un known to plaintiff. S. Konnerup and Mary Konnerup. ais wife, whose true Christian name is unknown to plain tiff. Jane C*. Azard snd John Doe Azard. her husband, whose true Christian name is unknown to plain tiff. Marie Hamlin and John Doe, Hamlin, her husband, whose true Christian nave is unknown to plain tiff F. O. Peabody and Jane Doe Pea body. his wife whose true Christian name is unknown to plaintiff, and the unknown heirs of F. O. Peabody. and the said Jane Due Peabody, George O. Peabody and Jane Doe Pea body. his wife, whose true Christian name is unknown to plaintiff. Sadie! Plumley ami John Doe Plumley, her husband, whose true Christian name is unkneam to plaintiff, snd all the unknown heirs of Sadie Plumley and John Dae Plumley. her husband. Luther J. Keach and Jane Doe Keach his wife, whose true Christian name is unknown to plaintiff, and all the unknown heirs of Luther J. Keaeb and the said Jane Doe Keach. Sao hoQitsh. Obunty. 4 municipal corpora tion. and the Slate of Washington, and all ether persons or parties un- ' known, claiming any right, title, es tate. lisb, or interest tn the real es tate dearribed in the application here -1B ' j i The State of Washington to the above named defendants. Greeting: You are hereby summoned and re quired to answer the application of the .applicant plaintiff in the above en titied appjcatioa for registration of THE LABOR JOURNAL the foUewfekJ land* situate in Snoho mish Count v. Washington, to-wit: Lata Six 0> and tea iio* in Block ,l l.ot« Ki\e i> and Fuht >S tn Block Q. Lota I'wo (ft), rhiaa (9 . Ittrn .."* Nine I), Ten 110 twenty -one til Sad Twenty two >22 in Bhvk 11 USU QM ill to Forty (49) inclusive in Block thirty six v3t- Lata One 1» to Forty (491 inclusive in BUvk Thirty levsai |3?). Obm I to forty [49) asilaniis in BUvk Forts tan .42 Lata One (1 to Forty i4O uv-usive in BUvk Fort v - three 43* Lot* Twenty one t2H to Forty (49) inclusive in Mack Forty four (44). Lots Twenty one to Forty M iu.-!usive in Block Sixty three 0). Lots l>ne t l Eight S sn.l twelve .12. to Forty 40 inclusive in Base* Sixty four (44). Lots One Ll) to Forty 40) inclusive. Block Sixty five as . Lot* One I to Forty v 4t; inclusive. Block Sixt\ six M). Lot* Four (4) to Bffhteea (10] and Lots Twenty four " 94) to Thirty «n':t 38 moiasiv •-, B..vk Sixty ■even IT). Lots tV.e (I) to twenty BO hsehsares ia t ; s. Seventy two 72 . Lota One tl to Seventeen |IT> inclusive Block Severty nine 79), Lots One ll] to Eight Si* Lots Tea tUV to twenty eight (28 . and Lots Thirty ana ; l to IThMj eight M inclusive in Bhvk rhjhlj —I SI . Lota One (l) to Fifteen \X5> and Lot* Twenty -otM 21 to Forty ,4c inclusive ia BUvk Eighty-foor *iS4). Lots imc (ll to Fatty to inclusive ia BUvk Eighty five (95 . Lata Five 9 to Twenty-four 24- ani Twenty-sev.27 to Thirty - four 94 inclusive in Block Eighty-six So . Lot lea (19] in BUvk Eighty - eight (00). Lots One . l> to Forty itOi inclusive in Block Ninety one (91). Lots Tea 10 and Thirty-eight ,3* in BUvk Ninety-five (99 Lota Four it l and Five ,3) in BUvk Ninety-eight Lots tine tl» to Eleven ill). Thirteen (13> to Twenty (201 snd Twenty-four '24 t« lfwe-.r.y eight (99) inclusive Block Ninety-nine 99 Lots One (1» and Two 8) and Four 4 to Forty i4o' inchssive in Block •One Hundred" | 10© Lots Five 5). Six I . "seven i7>. Ten Eleven (11>. Twelve .12) and 1' r.rteen • 13*. and Lata sixteen -lit to rairty-ajght .M. tsive. and Lot b r:> 40.. Block One Hundred One 101 Lots Nineteen 19 and Twenty 20 . Lots Twenty three -23- to Thirty : ■ 52• and Lots Thirty-four (34) to Thirty-six ,30) in Block One Hundred rwenty-tWS .122>. Lots Fifteen (15). Sixteen tJ6). Seven teen 17), Twenty fr-t 23 Twenty-six 20 . Twenty-seven 21 and Twenty -,igh: 28 in Block Obm H-andred Twen ty -three il23>. " All in the plat of the City of Ed -r.or.ds. Snohomish C r.-.ty. Washington, is the same appears of record with the auditor of sakl county and state, and file your answer to the said applU-atie-n in the office of the oirrk of said court, in said county, within twenty days after the service of this suxmens upon you. exclusive of the day of service; and if you fail to answer the said sp -1 plication within the tiass aforesaid, the app.k'ant plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief ietr-atijed in the application herein. Witness. John R. Daily, ekrk of said court and the sea! thereof at Everett. Snohomish Ountv. Washington, this •>tb. day ot -Vtober. A. D. 1900. iSeaL) JOHN R. DALLY. Clerk. HULBERT £ HUSTED. Attorneys for Plaintiff. •01-41 Ante titan Xati r.i! Bank Building. Evere::. Washington. Date of first publication October loth. 1909. Date of last Publication October 29th. 1900. NOTICE 10 CREDITORS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. SNOHO MI>H COUNTY, WASHINGTON. In the Matte: ot" the Estate of S. J Nelson. Deceased. Notice is hereby given to the credi tors of. and >!'. persons having claims against said de eased or against said estate, to preseri: them with the neces sary vouchers t-~. the undersigned ad ministrator of said estate, at the of fice of 3. P. Wall, rooms 5 and ti, Scan gfanviaa-American Bank Building. Bal iard Station. Seattle, King County. Washingt>.u. within one year from and after the date oi the first publication of this notice. t.-wit:: One year from and after the loth day of October. 190 M, or the same will be forever barred. A. HOLMAN. Administrator. Date of first publication October 15, :.«'.'. . No NOTICE AND SUMMONS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF \\ ASHINt. lt'N. IN AND Fc>F. THE COUNTY OF -NOHOMISH. I_ A. Barnett. Plaintiii \-. H. A. Cooper. Anna L. Cooper and Helen S. Cooper .and all persons unknown, if any. :..■..: . r claiming ar.v interest or estate in and to the real property hereinafter described, defendants. The Stare :' Washington, to H. A. Cooper. Anna 1. Cooper and Helen S. Cooper, and ail persons unknown, if any. having : -lainiing any interest or estate in and to the real pi»|i«-rty hereinaftrr described, defendants: You are hereby anSiOcd that the above named plaintiff is the earner and holder of certificate of delinquent v No. AMgft, issued and dated the nth day of Jananry. ItWS, by the County of Sno homish, --tate r Washington, for the amount : St-v. en and 30-luO Dollars (#l7-30), the same being the amount then due snd delinquent for the taxes for the years P.st» tend MM, upon real property, of which you, the said de fendant. H. A. cooper, are the owner and reputed owner, situated in said county ant more particularly described as follows, to wit: All that part of the Northwest Quarter (N. W. tt) of the Northeast Quarter iN. E. ',), of Section Nine |S , Township Thirty-two 321 North. Range Five t5) East W. M . lying West of Pilchuch Creek, and upon which the above named plaintiff has paid subsequent taxes assessed against said property a» follows: Taxes for the year 1807. Nineteen and 19-100 Dollars fdd.lOi. paid on the ath day of April. 1908; taies for the Tear 1908. One m l 79 100 Dollars *1.7»>, paid of* Sep tember 11. IMS; the amount of said certificate of delinquency bearing inter est at the rate of Fifteen per cent '15 per cent i-er annum from its said date, and all of said several amounts so paid for subsequent taxes as aforesaid, bearing inter— at the rate of Fifteen per cent 19 per cent i per annum from the respective date* of payment there of as aforesaid, al! of which is now Joe the above name.! plaintiff. And you are further notified that the above named plaintiffcis the owner and holder of certificate of delinquency Xo. AttOU. issued and dated the 31*t Jay of December 1907 by the County of Snohomish state of Washiagton. for the amount of Twenty seven and 80-100 Dollars (fSf7J»), the same being t amount then due and delinquent for the taxes for the yoar< IVHV« ansl I'.HHi upon real property of which you. the said de fondant. l> A. Cooper." are the owner and rvputed owner, situate in said eountv. and more particularly described M follow*, to wit: All that part of the Southwest Quarter | S. W. V of the Northeast Onsrter (H. K. > 4 > of Sec tion Nine (9), Township Thirty two .32' North. Range Five (S) East W. IL, hjraia South and West of rilohuoh Creek, and upon which the above named plaintiff has paid subsequent taxes as sessed against said property, as fol lows- laves for the year 1907. Thirty one and 80-100 Dollars (191.59), pai.l April 0, 19091 Taxes for the year 1908. Vwo and SO TOO Dollars i. 92.801, paid ; September 11. 1999j the amount of said certificate of delinquency bearing inter jest at the rate of Fifteen per cent. [IS per cent.i i>er annum from its said date, and all of said several amounts ;so paid for subsequent taxes as afore said, bearing interest at the rate of > Fifteen per cent. (Ii per cent.i per annum from the respective dates of payment thereof as aforesaid, all of wtiioh is now due the plaintiff above named. And you are further notified that the atsove saesed plaintiff is the owner and holder of certificate of delinquency No. A99M, i«*ued and of date tho .'list day of lVoftther. 1997, by the County of Snohomish. State of Washington, for the amount of Seven and 70-list IX,Urns • $?.70 . tho same being the amount then due and delinquent for the taxes for the years |908 and 1909, upon real property of which you. the said defend ant, H. A. Cboper, are the owner or reputed owner, situate iv said county, and more |vart ieularly described as fol lows, to-wit: All that part of the Southeast Ouarter 'S. K. ',1 of the Northeast Quarter iN. E. > 4 ) of Sec-, :ion Nine |9), Township Thirty two 1521 North, of Range Five tol East W. M.. lying South and West of Pilchttch Creek, and upon which the above named has paid subsequent taxes as ■eased against -aid property as fol lows: Taxes for the year 1907, Eight and 99-100 Dollars (9990), paid on the ■>th day of April. 1909: taxes for the year 1909, amounting to 7i!-l(«> Dolbtra (9.70), paid September 11, 1999; the amount of said certificate of delin quency tearing interest at the rate of 1 Fifteen per cent. (Ifi per cent.i per an num from its said date, and all of said ' several amounts so paid for subsequent taxes as aforesaid, bearing interest at the rate of Fifteen per cent. (15 per cent, per annum from the respective dates of payment thereof as aforesaid, all of which is DOW duo the above named plaintiff. And you and each of you nre hereby summoned to l>e and appear within Sixty (99) days after the date of ser vice of this notice and summons upon you. exclusive of the date of service, and within Sixty (00) days after the date of the first publication of this no tice and summons, exclusive of the date of such first publication, to-wit: With in si x ty 1 001 days after the 20th day of October, A. D. 1909, exclusive of said day. and defend the above entitled ac tion in the court aforesaid, or pay the several amounts due as above set forth, together with the costs. In case of your failure so to do judgment will be ren dered foreclosing the said liens of said certificates of delinquency, taxes, pen alties, interest and costs against each respective parcel of the lands and prom leea hereinbefore mentioned and de scribed. 1.. A. HARNETT. Plaintiff. By J. V KENNEDY. Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and P. 0. Address. Everett. Wash. Due. timely and proper service of the within and foregoing notice and summons and receipt of a true copy therein" is hereby admitted and ac knowledged this Men day of October. IBM. C. 1.. LAWRY. Trea-urer of Snohomish County. State of Washington. By Deputy. Date of first publication October 20th. IMB. et SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. IN THE SUPKRIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. A. Slavton and Agnes Slavton. his wife, and Thos. F. Petty, Plaintiffs, vs. Knud Benson and .lane Doe Benson, his wife; and all the unknown heirs of Pen B— ton, Deceased; and all othe:_ persons or parties unknown Maiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate de scribed in the complaint herein. De fendants. The State of Washington to the said defendants, Knud Bens, n and Jane Doe Benson, his wife; and all heirs of Ben Bassoon, deceased; and all other per sons ,>r parties unknown claim ing any right. title. estate, lien or interest iv the real estate described in the complaint herein. You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty <GOI days after the date of the first publication of this sum mons, to wit: after the 13th day of tVtoher. ltHXt. and defend the nbove en titled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your an swer on the undersigned attorney for the plaintiffs at his post office ndress j below given, and in case of your fuil tire so to do judgment will lie' rendered against you according to the demands of the complaint, a copy of which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The above entitled action is an action btongal by the plaintiffs to .piiet title to certain lands situated in Snohomish county. Washington, describe.! as fol lows, to wit: 'Hie South half of the North half (S. 1-2 of X. 1-2) of the Southwest quarter of Southwest quar ter (S. W. 1 4 of S. W. 1 4. of Sextion Seventeen |17>, Township Twenty eight m North, of range Five (ft) East. W M containing Ten i lot acres of land according to l\ S Government survey, excepting therefrom a strip of land Fifteen .15) feet wide off the South side of said tract of land. And to oh tain a decree of the above entiled court forever barring each and all of said de fendants frees asserting any right, title or interest in the premise* nbove de scribed. O. T. WKBR. Attorney for Plaintiffs Fostoffias address: Stokes Bldg., Ev erett. Washington. First publication. ts-tober 15, 1909. 7t Nothing but union made tobacco *t the Labor Temple cigar stand. Try the new union made cigarette tobacco. Oold Flakes. Übor Temple Cigar stand. Ask for it. a99M^ m m ROSYLN. M m M/ 1 1 Black Diamond, 11. M \J #■% Franklin m m and Mendota. Canyon Wood Co. Mill Wood, Timber and Planer Ends, Slab Wood Phones: Sunset 475, Ind. 395 eoerctt Crust and Savings Bank (Under the Same Management as the First National Bank.) We soli' it ClMuKing as well as Savings Accounts We sell Drafts to all parts of tho World. We laSUC Certificates of Deposit that draw interest. We rent Boxes for the safe keeping of Valuable papers. WM. C. BUTLER, ROBT. MOODY, F. W. BROOKS, Pres. Vice Pres. ' Cashier. HANK OK COMMERCE PAID UP CAPITAL. $100,000.00 UJTFXUSKB Wm. 1!. Stockbridge, President; h. t. Anderson, Vice-President; James i.. I.yen, Cashier; K. C. Olson. Assistant Cashier: A. U. Stevenson, As sistant Cashier, in charge of branch at Coupeville, Wash.; I). W. Dyketnan, Assistant Cashier, in charge of branch at Hewitt and Pine Sts.. City. DIRECTORS. Wm. R. Stockbridge, President; Andrew GTiilberg, President Scandinavian - American Hank. Sentth . W ash.; Henry ('. Anderson, President Bank of Stanw 1. Stanwood. Wash.; Walter I. Hell, Attorney General; Bethel J, Rueker, Lumber Manufacturer; Henry 0. Siler, Capitalist; James I. I.yen. Cashier. WE LEAD while others follow FOR FINE PHOTOS Tbe Brush stuclio 2801 Wetmore. C. A. Hudson, Scandia Bank W. R. Booth Building. Hudson & Booth Timber Lands, Logged Off Lands Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. Phone Sunset 102. Everett, Wash. Anyone wishing old ne\vspa|>ers free •an have them by applying at tlie 1-a Iwr Temple reading room. FAST TIME —on the — SEATTLE, EVERETT & EDMONDS ROUTE Steamer Telegraph THREE ROUND TRIPS DAILY. I.caws Leaves Kverett. Seattle. 9:15 » '"• 7:ott a. m. p. '"• 12:00 matt) '•M 1' '»■ tM p. in. Sunday lloat lea\e* Seattle 7:30 a. m. Seattle Landing—COLEMAN DOCK Bmaat Psoas Main HO3 Ind. TM Everett Landing—ClTY DOCK •a«l> Ml I'honea Main 813 &* 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. E E WEBER j. F SPRINGER The Star Shoe Store 2903 Hewitt Avenue—Riverside Everett. Wash. Friday. November 5. 1909. c o A L COAL Washed Nut, Lump and Steam Coal For Prompt delivery Phone I 553 Main N. C. LITTLE FUEL CO. Cor. Pacific - Virginia Aye, 1794 THE Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Has been in existence for [09 years, anil has assets ot thirteen million dollar*. It is above suspicion. There is no better company in the world. John Mcßae Agent Rooms 17-18 Fobes Block, Everett book lor the union button In saloons, restaurants and cafes. If the employes don't wear it, tell them about it. 5 Barbers No Grafting Sanitary Baths "Phil's Shop" 2821 Wetmore Everett Paint. I"a par * Art Co. Everett Paint. Paper A Art Co. l-el us show you MODERN ART In all its beauty in Our new WALL PAPERS '>.».' l OI MY AYE. Ind 66X, Phonos: Sua. i9S9 Everett Paint, Paper * Art Co. Phone 700. 1903 Everett Everett Paint. Paper 4 Art Co.