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The Labor Journal. PUBLISHED EVERY rHURSDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Fntered at the Tost Office in Everett, Washington, as second "laj-s Mail Mat ter. K. I. MARSH.- Kditor. J. K. OAMPBEU Business Manager. Phones Sunset 11*; Ind 118 Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Hates on Application. A man or Woman may lead a lite of honesty and purity, battling bravely for all I Icy I,"Id dearest, so firm and sure of the right isness of their life that they never think fur an Instant of the diabolical ingenuity that, make.- evil and ill report, where naught but good really e\i-ts. A few Words lightly spo ken by the tongue of slander, a signif icant expression of the eves, v cruel .shrug of tin- shoulder, will, .1 pursing 1,1 i be lips and then friendly hands ■ an stands alone and aloft with a dased the nation pauses for a moment iv its busy tread to paj loving tribute to the dead heroes who in the stirring times oi 't; l marched a a] from homes and and indivisible. \\ c have many holi rationi Day. As re stand upon the side walk or around the little mounds upon the hillside and see the veterans with recollection, pay their heartfelt tribute to their comrade-, whom death has the spirit of patriotism. Not the "imi . 1 ■ ;■ sacrifice for the continuation of Amen ihi institutions. The dark day - of 61 ■! i' rji !.: ■ ■ " ■ n i' ; ! the -am,- s„ioke of carnage must darken I ■ right of every man to an equality be i- \ lit' :. ud IW A V See that the Bart en de r is wearing this Button It is inlaid in LAVENDER hac ground Local No, 454 F which Decoration Day brings to us. Ho while with mttffled flags and reverent tread the old veterans march towaid that silent hillside city uf tin' dead to pat their loving tribute to the voice less comrades whom they soon must Join, let us Worship with them the memory of the heroes of ill and renew , airain our allegiance to our country and I tiring several prominent rittcens have, attribute it. to tlie lessening prodoe-j lion of the i essariea <>f life by mnn of tin- steadily increasing exodus from , tin- farm to tin' cities. Tic.', argue tlmt ilk 1, commence or We m.iy find tin- coat of ; living will climb -till higher. It i-. nn doubt i dly tmc th.it there has been for h [many years .1 constant movement on the pan of the yonng men from tin- • ■ uf population. There are several reasons that may he assigned for this, l!ut. that it is dissatisfaction with farm • stream of farmers 'vim are leaving the 1 ntted States fur Canada to engage in farming. It i- just possible that the farmer has discovered that un.lcr our - in" the harvest fur hi- work As • • I \ Very -mall. 'I lv re is a wide margin , between the price tic average farmer receives for his farm product ami the opportunity he is seeking for iv his ■ restless wanderings from the old farm. distribution of profits so that the pro ■ diner would get what he produces, we 1 venture to assert the "back to the farm Was tin-re ever a Strike that some fellows didn't try to excuse themselves for striking by laying the blame on the [union? Did you ever hear the fellow tell the boss that the union "wouldn't let him vv.,rk" or "the fellows down at the union voted this or that':" Such [fellows ought to l<e put on a diet of cornstarch stiffen up their backbone, In spite of all our boasted modern Iprogr— and high civilization there is 1 1 something mighty rotten with condi- Itions that will allow women and girls [to work for a |».«Ir i_v four and five dol lars a week, A further indictment of our industrial system is found in the : pitiable fact that if tin- girls find it necessary to strike to gain wages en "iijjli tv live on decently, the -pur of ne ' leessity drives other women and girls to ' take their places at slave wages. .Must 1 We admit that a nation Mhich leads the world in commerce .md prosperity is unable to solve its industrial problem and iiiii-t sand thousands "t honest girls tv lives of ruin and shame be- Icause they cannot earn enough at hon e-t toil to keep body and soul together NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF FINAL ACCOUNT. liv I HE SUPERIOR ( Hi Rt op i HE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND Pi >i: THE i i tUNTY iif SNI KHOMISH. In the Matter of the Estate of Martin i Sun shy, Deceased. Notice is hereby given thai the final account of Peter Jackson, administrator of the estate of Martin Sunsby, de- eased, has been rendered to said court for settlement and that said administra tor prays the court t.. fix his fees and Ithe fees of his attorneys, and thai Sat urday, the 11th day of June, 1910, at ten (10) o'clock in the forenoon, has been duly appointed by said court for the settlement of said account and the allowance of said fees, at which time any person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing to said account and said fees md contest tin- same. JOHN 11. DALLY, Clerk. Date of first publication May 87th, in 10. 2t. IMONS FOR PUBLICATION r mi: sttperior cotjkt OF THE -IA 11. <>F W tSHINOTON, IN \M> Mil: I HE I 01 NTY OF sm diOMlsH. In estmeai Company, a cor poration Plaintiff, vs. Joseph A.' i i. Wiliiama and J. C. Oroat, srtners aa Williams & Groat, and George li. Adair; also all other persons or parties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or ii, l -.-! in tin- r.-al <•-;.,!.• d.-s< ribed in iii- , i-mplaint 10-rcin. Defendants, tate of Washington to the said leph A. Ford, T. I- Williams and J, « Groat, co partners as Wiliiama & ••i t and George 1.. Adair; also all other peraona or parties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the complaint herein, the above named defendants: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (90) days after the date if the first publication of this sum Hi- to wit: within sixty (60) days i la- Xth day of April, 1910, aild lefend tie- above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the 1 "Nip 1 imt of 11,,- plaintiff, and serve ' of your answer upon the under • attorney! lor 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 nund of the complaint, which has heen file ■ it b the eierk of said court. 'the object of this action is to quiet title in the plaintiff i„ and to the fol hmnig described real estate, situated in the County of Snohomish. State of Washington, and to exclude the de fendants, and each of them, from any right, Interest, estate, eiatni or Hen in Bad to said real estate: j Tit* North Half (K. %] of the North ea-l (I nirt.T INK. i', j of the South , least (SC. ',) Quarter; and the South' Half (8. 14) of the Southwest Quarter <BW. %), of Section Twelve (It)] the South Half of the Northwest Quarter 1 iS. '. of NW. %), and Northeast ' Quarter of Northwest Quarter (NE. % i ~| NW. % of Section Thirteeu (13) ; I One Dose for Coughs Child t night? Give them Ayer's Cherry* Pec loral. 0 d< - at bedtime will completely ontrol the cough. Good for any one with a cold or cough. Good for easy cases, hard cases; good for acute cases, chronic cases. Ask your doclor to tell you, honestly and frankly, just what he thinks of this old standard remedy. No alcohol in this cough medicine. j.c.AuerCo.',Lnu-ell,Ma.». lazy liver m.ikvs ;. lazy boy. An active Drain demands .in active liver. No lative for boys and girls titan Avar's Pills. Ask your doctor about them. He V the Southeast Quarter (SE. '', of Sec tion Fourteen (14); the Northeast Quarter (NR. I ', and South Half of Northwest Quarter (8 1 : of NW. '/<) uf Section Twenty-three (23); and Northwest Quarter (NW. V*) of Section Twenty-four ($4), all in Township Twenty ejbhl North of Range Four ill East, W. M. ROBERT McMURCHIE, Attorney for Plaintiff, residing and Poatoffice Address 414' American National Bank Building, Everett. Washington. Date oi first publication April S. U»10. 7t NOTICE OF MEETING OF STOCK HOLDERS OF THE EVERETT TRADES BUILDING ASSOCIATION, A CORPORATION. Not ice is hereby given that in pur mance to a resolution of the Board of Dire, tors of the Everett Trades Build ing Association, a corporation, organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws uf the State ~f Washington, hav ing in principal place of business at Everett, Washington, adopted at a meeting uf said board duly held in regu lar manner on the 13th day of April 1910; at the principal place of busi ness of slid corporation in Everett, Sno homish County, Washington; a meeting of the di :. holders of said corporation is hereby railed for and will be held at the principal place of business of said corporation at No. 2.514 Lombard Ave nue, Everett, Snohomish County, Wash ington, on Wednesday, the 22d day of June, 1910, at the hour of eight p. m. on that day for the purpose of .con sideling and acting upon the proposi tion of increasing the capital stock of raid corporation from $1000.00. the present stock, to $10,000.00, and to consider all business that in any wise relates t" tic increasing of the capital stock tm the said figure of $10000.00 and a rate Of two-thirds of nil the shares uf stock is necessary to increase the amount of slid capital stock in any event. liat.d at Everett, Wash., April 15, Htl 0. F. 1.. Christiansen, President; Harry ( hapman, E. A. Durrant, D. I). Mc Kay, 1.. B. Kl/ev. .1. Michel. Fred Special Thirty Day LADIES' SOLES, Sewed or Nailed 50c WE SEW TLIE SOLES ON THE BARE-FOOT SANDAL. (THERE CAN YOU DUPLICATE THE FAMOUS HITMAN UNION MADE DRESS SHOES? A SALE OF THESE SHOES IS NOW ON. WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM— l me Goodyear Welt Oxfords in gun metal and oxblood; worth $4.50, for $;».7."> A Km Vici Kid Sane, Qoodyear welt, CUthloD sole; they are comfortable anil iplendid value; ipei ial during this UM, for BOYS' SHOES. We want to discontinue this line, Less than manufacturers' cost— 12 SO Boys' Shoes .-§1.78 - Boja i-. - $i-<><> We're not paying rent. We own our own property, and conse quently, ran give our customers the benefit of low prices. Big re du< tions on everything in the store. We have all union men working in our factory. We have the largest repair shop in the city. NOTICE TO SHINCLERS WE HANDLE THE SHINGLES CALKED SANDALS. John Goldthorp 2938 Broadway THE LABOR JOURNAL Coffin. .1. E. Campbell. A. S. Baillif, Frank Foley, T. E. Thompson, S. F Andrew, P. A. Petersen, E. A. Fran cois, a majority of the dire. tins. Date uf first publication April 15. Jl9lO. 8t No NOTICE AND SUMMONS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WABHINO ["ON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF sNoiio.Misii. Emma Freese, Plaintiff, vs. Mary K. Elwell, Defendant. The State of Washington, to Mary E. Elwell: You are hereby notified that the above named plaintiff it the owner and bolder of Certificate of Delin • pn-nov numbered A 10000. issued and dated the 2d day of April. A. I). Ift 10, by the County of Snohomish, State of Washington, fur the amount of Nine and 21100 (,*9.21l Dollar-, the (same j being the amount then due and de linquent for taxes for the yean 1904, 1906, 1900. 1907, 1908." upon real property of which you, the said de fendant, Mary E. Elwell, arc the owner and reputed owner, situate in .said j county and more particularly described a s follows, tO-Wit: ;| Lot Eight (8) of Block Seven (7), PI it of Darlington, and upon which the above named plaintiff has paid subse quent taxes asseajted against said prop erty as follows: Taxes fur the year 1909, amounting 'to 81.89, paid ' April 2. 1910. the . amount of said Certificate of Delin quency, bearing interest at the rate of fifteen per cent (15 per cent) per an . mini from its said date and all of said ■ several amounts so paid fur subsequent M taxes as aforesaid, bearing interest at - the rate of fifteen per cent '15 per I cent I per annum from the respective i dates uf payment thereof as aforesaid; ■ mll uf which 'is now due the above > named plaintiff. And you and each of you are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days , after the date of the fi.fst publication of this notice and summons exclusive • uf the date of such first publication, to wit: within sixty days after the 29th 1 day ~f April, A.' 1). 1910. exclusive of S. ML Gerbere TO MEN OF FASHION 1721 HEWITT. Have one of our union made suits if Mm wish to be well dressed. A great i il.er of men in town patronise us because they have I "hed to appreciate the distinctiveness of our tailoring. SHOE SALE Splendid Tan ami Black Shoes ami Oxfords, iii Goodyear welt; worth |f 00; for ttJM A fine Viol Kid Shoe; sells ST- cry where for $4.60; sale price here, while they last, at-.SS.S» $1.50 GIRLS' SHOES. Sizes B'/i to -• Imoice price on this line, as we are going to discontinue handling them. said day. and defend the nbuve entitled a. tion in the curt aforesaid, or pay the amount due as above sot forth, to gether with the COStS In case of your failure jso to do. judgment will be rendered foreclosing the lien of said Cc tificate of Delinquency, taxes, pen all v, interest and costs, against the Lan Is and premises hereinbefore men tinned and described. EMMA FREESE, Plaintiff. By RALPH C. BELL, Attorney for Plaintiff. P. 0. Address, Everett. Washington. Date of first publication April 29. 19 10. 7t No. 2117. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THE SUPERIOR ( OUR! OF THE STATE oh' WASHINGTON. IV AND FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of Nanc) 11. Hammer, Deceased, and the Com inanity Estate of Nancy 11. Hammer, Deceased, and C. J. Hammer. Stirvit ing Husband of Decedent Notice is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate of Nancy 11. Hammer, deceased, and the community estate of Nancy 11. Hammer, deceased, and C. J. Hammer, surviving husband of said decedent, to ali credi tors of and to all persons having claims against the -aid deceased, to exhibit then with the necessary and proper Vouchers within twelve motlths after tin- first publication uf this notice, to wit: After the 20th day uf May, 1910, to the said administrator at the office of Win. Shelter, Stukcs building. Xv or :t. VVaahington, the same being the place for the tranaction of the business of said estate in said County of Sim homish. Dated at Everett. Wash., May 16, 1910. WM. SHELLER, Attorney for Administrator. Everett. Washington. Date of first publication May 20. 1910. -It No. 1500. NOTICE OF HEARING OF FINAL AC" COUNT AND PETITION FOR IN THE SUPERIOR I OURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOB THE COUNTY < IF SNOHOMISH. In the Matter of the Instate of Norman Rodger*. Deceased. Notice Is Hereby (liven, That the fi nal account of Alberta Rodgers, the administratrix of the estate of Nor man Rodgers. deceased, has been re turned to said court for settlement, and that the petition for final distribution of the estate has been filed with said account, and that the 10th day of June, 1910, at the hour of ten o'clock a. tn., of said day, has been duly appointed bj said court for the settlement of said account ami hearing of said petition, at which time any person interested in said estate may appear anil file his ex •eptions, in writing, to said account and contest the same. Dated this Uth day of May. A. D. 1910. ALBERTA RODGERS, Administratrix of said Estate, r. E. ANDERSON, Attorney. Date of first publication May 1:!. 1910. 4t. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. I.N TilE SUPERIOR COURT OF Till: STATE OF WASHINGTON', IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. Anna Kjelstad, Plaintiff, vs. Ole Kjel stad, Defendant. The State of Washington to Ole Kjel stad, Defendant. \t>u are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to wit, within sixty days after the 13th day of May, 19*10, and defend the above entitled action in the above en titled court, and answer the complaint of plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the Underaigned attorney for plaintiff, at his office below stated, and iv case of your failure so to do judgment will be rendered against you according to the demands of the com plaint which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of said action is to obtain a decree of divorce to dissolve the bonds of mat ri many heretofore existing be tween plaintiff and defendant on the grounds of abandonment, and the care ami custody of the minor children. Ml 'All BHAKESPE V.RE, Attorney lor Plaintiff. Postoffioe and office address, rooms 19 and 20, Dietenbaober building, Everett, Washington. Date of first publication, May 111 ■ ot No. 1075. NOTICE OF SALE. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY. ill the .Mutter of the Batata at Nils Sather, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that in pur suance to an order in the above en titled court made and entered on the Till day of May, 1910, in the matter of the estate of Nils .Sather, donOSSnd, the Underaigned administratrix of said estate will sell at private sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, sub ject to confirmation by this court, on Saturday, May 28th, 1910, at ten 'o'clock a. m„ at 401 American Na tional Hank Building, in the City of Everett, Snohomish County, Washing ton, all right, title and "interest the ; said estate owns or has by operation of ; law that the said Nils Sather, deceased, owned at the time of his death in nnd to that certain piece and parcel of hind situated in Snohomish County, Wash ington, and described as follows, to-wit I The West half (W'/i) of the North west quarter (NW</ 4 ) and the North west quarter <NW»4) of the South west quarter (SW'/ 4 ) in Section 13. and the Northeast quarter iNK/,) of the Southeast quurter (SF' ( ), in Sec tion 14, all in Township 31 North Range 4 East, W. M. The terms and conditions of said sale are cash, 4egal tender of the United States, ten per cent payable at the time of the sale and the balance upon confirmation by this court. DORA satiikk. Administratrix of the Rotate uf Nik Sather. Deceased. IH I.MKRT & HI'STKD. Attorneys for Administratrix. 401, 404 American National Hank Building, Kverett, Snoliomisli County. Washington. Date of first publication May inth Date of last publication May l!7th 1010. • 1 E. A. STRONG, Administrator. C. A Hudson, Srandia Bank W. R. Booth BANK OF COMMERCE, Everett, Wn. PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00. OFFICERS. Daniel Keleher. President j Elmer K. Johnston. Vice-President | .Tames L. Lyen. Cashier: E. C Olson, Assistant Cashier; A. D. Stevenson, Assistant Cashier, in chufgji of branch nt Ooupevltle, Wash.; I). W. Dykeman, Assistant Cashier, in charge of branch at Hewitt and Pine Streets, City. DIRECTORS. Daniel Keleher. Capitalist, Seattle, Wash.! H. C. Anderson, President Bank of stamv I. Stanwood, Wash.: Elmer E. Johnston, vim* President; W. P. Btockbrldge, Cavitatist. .1. 1., l.v en, » ashiar. ewrett Crust and Savings Bank (Undci the .Same Management as the First National Bank.) We Solicit rliex-King as well as Savings Aceountl We sell Drafta to all parts of the World. O We issue Certificates <>f Deposit that draw interest. Jjj We rent Boxes for the safe keeping uf Valuable papers. WM. C. EUTT.ER, POBT. MOODY, F. W. RROOKS, Pies. Vice Pres. Cashiur. MOW Is the tune to have that summer suit cleaned up. Insist on having it done right ) on arc not Experimenting when you send your work to American Dye Works I ho Leading Cleaners and Dyers. We rail and deliver. 2821 WETMORE BOTH PHONES 248. TAILOR NUMBER ONE: TWO PIECE SUIT UN] Oft MADE, AH Wool Scotch Grays FOR 532 50 By S. M. GERBER • '■ 3 1721 Hewitt Avenue Building. Hudson & Booth Timber Lands, Logged Off Lands Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. Phone Sunset 102. ■ ROSYLN, ft **1 ILA I Black Diamond, F\ Km Frank,in and Mcndota. Caayoiv Wood Co. Mill Wood, Timber and Planer Ends, Slab Wood Phones: Sunset 475, Ind. 395 Will Welcome a Case of EVERETT BEER It's in the quiet of your home gfl that you will appreciate its excellence. Its fla vor is mild and delicious. Its brewed of the choicest materials. Its purity is absolutely guaranteed. 5 Barbers No Grafting Sanitary Baths "Phil's Shop" 2821 Wetmore Everett Everett, Wash. Bringing HAPPINESS into the 1 he Entire Family Friday. May 27. 1910.