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The Labor Journal. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Labor Temple, Evetett, Wash. Entered at the Post Office in Everett, Washington, as second clas* Mail Mat tar. E. P. MARSH Editor. I, E. CAMPBELL Business Manager Phones Sunset 148; Ind. 115 Subscription $1.00 Per Year iv Advance. Advertising Rates od Application. UNION DIRECTORY American Federation of Laboi. Samuel Qoinpers President. Jamas Duncan First Vice President. Jena Mitchell Second Vie* President. Jamas CVConnel.-Third Vice President. Dennis A. Hayes, Fourth Vice President. YVm. D. Huber,..Fifth Vice President. Jos. E. Valentine..Sixth Vice President. John R, Alpine, Seventh Vice President. H. B. Perham, ..Eighth Vice President. Jtohn B. Lennon Treasurer. Frank Morrison Secretary. Washington State Federation ot Labor. President C. R. Case, Seattle. First Vice President .- Fred Hudson, BelHngham. Second Vice President__Wm. J. dates Spokane. Third Vice President L. F. Clarke. Walla Walla. Fourth Vice President F. E. Hite, Aberdeen. Fifth Vice President W. J. Bradford, Tacoma. Sixth Vice President Jas. Durham, Havensdale. Seventh Vice President..J. E. Campbell, Everett. Sec-Tress Charles Perry Taylor, Box 185, Tacoma. Organizer C. 0. Young. Everett. Everett Trades Council. J. B. Moncur, President H. C. Weinker, Vice-President P. Sharpless, Treasurer R. F. Straka, Secretary H. H. Pyle, Sergeant-at-Arms F. O. Pollard. Business Agent Why not v routing old celebration of Labor I>.ty this year? In years gone by Everett has observed the day in splen did style and there is no apparent rea son why we should not do so again. There are approximately thirty or ganizatious in the pity and if they will all get their shoulders to the wheel and get immediately to work there is no reason why all previous records may not be broken. The opening of Hob bins Bros.' park gives a centrally lo cated spot for sports and exercises. It was suggested at the meeting of the council last Friday evening that the unions finance their own celebration. We believe the suggestion a wise one and something the unions are well able to do. Labor Day is the one day in the 365 which we call our own and which the public look to us to commem orate and surely we .an afford the time, money ami work neceskary to properly observe it. Now get busy, boys, and talk it over and lets come to .1 speedy conclusion We have enough time, but n..ne too much, if we get Im mediately to work. ilir of tin oil' publii questions this year will be road improvement. It seems strange that there would !»■ any ,4 oppo- Isitinn party" to those who want better roads, but if vo M think there is no oppo sition, start a road campaign In your locality and find out. As a matter of fact, the road problem i- of as much im portance to the farmei ,i- anj other. A good road costs money. It - a business investment requiring .. large outlay of cash at first and the interest on this investment •• roes hack not onl) directly in the form of cash, but indirectly, as the farmer along the roan is able to save hoi-,- powei m hauling Ins crops to market the chief question is. how is the money to be raised': Who is to Handle and pay it out It is a financial matter ratbel than a question at engi neering skill. The matter at road building aii I financing the tame ought to be given the widest publicity. If the big timber grain, -rs ran get the little mill men and noil operative. The Long and Short Of It We are still at the old stand doing good PRINTING of all kinds at RIGHT PRICES. News Publishing Company Morrow Bldg* Bftl Rockefeller Phone 271 The Labor lournsl is printed here |to assist them in their political cam paign to destroy the forest reserves und hand all the timber over fo the grab l»ers. the grubber* can boost the price of and make the little mill men equalize matters by rutting the wages of their operatives. In political parlance they rail the scheme "state . on*er\ atiun." —Ex. The camp followers of Judge Burke prognosticate about like thisi Burke, Ist; Puindexter. 2nd; Wilson, :ird. Of course Senator Wilson's supporters tell it this way: Wilson, Ist: Poindexter, 2nd; Burke, ltd (letting our entry into the prophecying game rather Inte we must admit the machine supporters are several thousand votes ahead of us on "straw ballots." Still we are going to make uur little calculation right here. (iamel\ that when the Votes are counted at the primary election they will tally up like this: Poindcxt.-r. Ist: Hurke. 2nd: Wilson. 3d. If the gentlemen who are s c) busily engaged in taking straw votes in business blocks, banks and headquarters of political workers, would circulate S little while among the farm ers, the wage workers in short, among the fellows who really have the votes they would find ample reason to view our prognostication with respect, Ihe report that the machinists would probably call off their strike in the Northwest for an eight-hour day owing to the agreement entered into with the Great Northern railway on a nine-hour day basis emanated in the brain of someone who wanted it to end that way. the wish was father to the thought. The conference between machinist and railroad officials which ended in a 2 cent raise per hour to the machinists, had not the remotest connection with the metal trades' association of the Northwest. Get that clear. The con tract shops owned by members of the metal trades' association are entirely different from railroad machine shops. The former ate mercantile establish ments doing contract and job work while the latter are for maintenance and construction work of railroads alone. There is a vast difference in the two clashes of work. The struggle for an eight-hour day originated in the con tract and job shops not in the railway shops, and when for reasons of ex |iedicncv the machinists accepted the nine-hour clause on railroad work they had no thought of abandoning the fight against the metal trades' association. Their opponents would doubtless like to sec them attempt to tie up the railroad and throw all of their men out on their resources at the same time, but the ma hini-ts are playing their own game. Don't be tooled hy any such silly re ports. Union label Suits, $20, $2 5, $30, at the Boston. The largest line of Hand-Made Log gers' Shoes in the city. John Gold thorpe 2938 Broadway. Plan of French Workmen's Pension. the recent passing of the workmen's pension bill by the senate of France marks the end of v legislative strug gle extending more than four years and of political agitation in France reaching buck to 1882. The plan In volves contributions from three sources for the creation of the pension fund: First, obligatory yearly contributions from the wage earner amounting to $1.80 for men. $1 20 for women and 85 cents for minora: second, the contribu tion of the employer, which equals that of the uage earner, and. third, the contribution of the state. Even the experts differ us to what ihe latter will be, but the generally ac cepted figure Is $:!!!,((00.000 for the first year, the amount decreasing until tbe scheme works normally, when It will be about $25,000,000. Tbe beneficiaries are to draw their pensions at the age of sixty-five or after thirty years of service, with certain diminutions for advanced enjoyment. Growth of Unions Abroad. A compilation of trades union statis tics In (he principal countries of the world place* the number of members In good standing at U.tXkJ.OOO, or 1.000, --more than last year Oermany contributes v gain of 400.U00, wbtcb outatrlpa Great Britain and nearly overtakes the United States. At this nine ibe United States and Canada L:ne about 2.300.000 members, where as last \ear Oermuny had 2.215.000. The unions of Great Britain were cred ited with a memb. rxblp of 1,888.000 last year Fire European countries have more trades union members than ale of New York, but New York oi.trunks Russia. Hungary and Spain, as well as the smaller countries. Labor Notes. Buffalo grain sbovelers recently re delved an advance In wages. Cleveland bricklayers have decided to organize the stonemasons and ce ment block workers. The union workmen of Brooklyn are going to build a tuberculosis sanitarium at Rlverbead. N. V, cost $1,000,000. Delegates must have s*. least four uiiloii labels on their wenrltg apparel to qualify lv tbe Minneapolis trades assembly. There Is a uulon of tbe hat maker* at Le Mans, France, in which tbe of fices of president, vice president, sec retary aud treasurer are held by one man. Organized labor won a notable vic tory In tbe recent commonwealth elec tlous In Australia, when It carried the country aud secured control of tbe gov ernment. By unanimous vote of tbe recently held convention In Newburg, N. T.. the Iron Shipbuilders aud Boilermak ers of a inert n has determined not to amalgamate with the Internatlon! Shipbuilders and Boilermaker*. Ws are from Missouri. If anyone can furnish you ths same quality and quan tity of goods that you get under Ever best and Quality brands ws have to be shown. Pacific Grocery Co. Ayer's Hair Vigor Ingredients '■ Sulphur. MyCaHn. Quinin. Sodium Chlorid. " Capsicum. Sage. Alcohol. Waler. Perfume. Anything injurious here? Ask your doctor. Anything of merit here? Ask your doctor. Will it stop falling hair? Ask your doctor. Will it destroy dandruff? Ask your doctor. Does not dolor the Hair J. I. Ater ''our-Asy, lx>wcl). Maw. At the recent convention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers held lv Detroit a committee wus ap pointed to establish closer relutious with the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen These two organizations have had differences for some time, Hud the NetlOD of the engineers will be the Hrst step toward establishing a more harmonious feeling. How to Unionize "Jobs." English workmen huve discovered Hint the wuy to secure contracts for public buildings with the union labor clause Is to elect uulou men to the offices having the final disposition of contracts. LABOR GOSSIP. The American Flint Glnss Workers' union now has a larger membership than at any time in its history. San Francisco bookbinders have re ceived an increase |>er day of 25 cents. The minimum will be $22.50 a week. Many contractors, employers of la bor, bankers and business men contrib uted to the Kansas City Lubor temple building fund. A San Francisco cement worker was fined $20 by the union for conduct un becoming a trade unionist. He was also prohibited from working for n certain boss for six months. The On kin ml (Cat. I Central Labor union passed v resolution Imposing a Que of not less than $25 on auy union man patronizing orleutal labor of any form, from a Chinese lottery to a Jap anese barber shop. The Colorado antl-coerclon law en acted twenty years ago. which pro vides thut no employer shall discharge an employee because be belongs to a labor union or attends labor meetings, has beeu declared Invalid by Judge Sullivan of Mesa county. Pensions for all or none was urged !by the Rev. Chnuncey J. Hawkins in a recent sermon at the Central Congre gational church, Boston. He declared that the toilers were as fully deserving of pensions as teachers, firemen, police men and other public servants, so called. A fine line of Union-Made Dress Shoes at John (ioldthorpe's, 293 8 Broadway. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. Belle Senior. Plaintiff, vs. Louis Senior. Defendant. The State of Washington to the said Senior, defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this sum mons, to-wit: Within sixty (60) days after the 22d day of July. 1910. and defend the above entitled action in the aliove entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the under signed attorney for the plaintiff, at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do. judgment will be ren dered against you according to the de maud of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of this court. The object of this action is to obtain a decree of divorce against the defend ant, herein named, on the grounds of non-support and cruel treatment. JAMES H. NAYLOR. Attorney for Plaintiff. ' illice and P. O. Address, Rooms 13 14 Slack Building, Everett, Snohomish County. Washington. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OK THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. ' Delina Ledford, Plaintiff, vs. Mable B. l>dford, Defendant. The State of Washington, to Mabls B. Lcdford, the above named defendant: You arc hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this sum mons, to-wit: Within sixty (60) days | after the 22d day of July. 1910. and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, ami serve a copy of your answer upon the under signed attorney for the plaintiff, at his 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, which has been filed with the clerk of this court. The object of this action is to quiet title to lot twenty-four (24) in block five h,in.ired and'ninety-six (596) of ludson La Moure's addition to Kverett, 'snohomish County, Washington. .TAMES H. NAYLOR, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and P. 0. Address, Rooms 13-14 Slack Building, Everett, Snohomish County, Washington. The Labor Temple raiding room will gladly welcome any donations of maga sines for its reading table. Bring along your magazines that you have read snd don't know what to do with. Keystone Overalls at the Boston. No. — NOTICE. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AST) FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. In tbe Matter of the Estate of A. J. Murphy, deceased. Notice' is hereby given that the peti tion of F. J. Walsh, administrator of the estate of A. J. Murphy, deceased, for a final distribution of said estate has been filed and that the 18th day of July, 1010. at ten (10) o'clock a. m THE LABOR JOURNAL at the court room of said court, has ben duly appointed by said court for hearing said petition, at which time any person interested in said estate may ap pear and file his exceptions in writing to said petition and contest the sami. JOHN R. DALLX Clerk. Date of first publication June 17, 1910. 6t NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. In the Matter of the Estate of Mary I. Russell, Deceased. Notice is hereby given, that all per sons holding claims unpaid against said estate or against said deceased are re quired to present them to the under signed administrator of said estate at the place of business for the transac tion of the business of suid estate, to witi The office of H, W. Holmes, at torney, Eclipse Building, Everett, Wash ington, within one (1) year of the date hereof with all vouchers in support thereof or be forever barred. FRED P. BUBLL, Administrator. Dated June 24th, 1910. H. W. HOLMES, Attorney for Administrator. Date of first publication June 24th, 1910. 2129. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Till STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of llenr> Barman, Deceased. Notice is herey given by the under signed administrator of the estate »f Henry Barman, deceased, to the credi tors and all other parties having claim - against said estate to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within one year after the first publication of this notice to said administrator at his of fice at 330 Stokes Building, Everett, Snohomish County. Washington, that being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. WM SHELLER, Administrator. Date of first publication June 2 4th, 1910. 4t No SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OK THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AN I) FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. A. M. Campbell and Carrie Campbell, liis wife, and Evelyn Spencer, Plain tiffs, vs. Western Farm Mortgage Trust Company, a corporation, and John Richard Cochrane, Defendants. The State of Washington, to Western Farm Mortgage Trust Company, a corporation and John Richard Coch rane, the said defendants: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (IK)) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit: Within sixty (60) days after the Bth day of July, 1910, and defend the above entitled action in tlie above entitled court, and answer the com plaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy ■ f your answer upon the undersigned attorney for plaintiff, at his office be low stated, and in case of your failure Everett Printers Who Can Put the Label on Your Printing. 1 News Publishing Company. 2 Herald Printing Company. 3 Tribune Printing Company. 4 Cascade Printing Company. 5 Everett Print Shop. 7 Pacific Printing Company. OUR LINEMAN Is waiting to connect your house or place of business with our 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 md ceilings or give off unhealthful odoii. We will be glad to furnish an estimate of cost at any time. Everett Railway, Light and Water Go. so to do, judgment will be rendered aguinst you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk ot said court. The object of this action is to quiet title in the plaintiff and to exclude the defendants and each of them, from any claim or interest or lien in and to the follow ing described real estate, situated in Snohomish County, State of Wash ington, to-wit: Lots Numbered Ten (10) and Eleven ill), and all that part of Lot Num bered Seven (7), lying south of the cut off intersecting said Lot SeVen (7) and connecting Ebey Slough and Steamboat Slough in Section Numbered Ten (10), Township Twenty-nine (20), Range Five (.">) East. W. M., according to the government survey; Lots Numbered Nine lO). Fifteen (16) and Sixteen (10) in Section Three (3) j Lot Numbered Two (g) in Section Ten (10), and that part of l>it Numbered Seven (7) in Section Ten (10), lying north of the CUt-off intersecting said lot and con necting Ebey Slough and Steamboat Slough, all in Township Twenty-nine (29), Range Five (."») Fast. W. M. ROBERT McMURCHTE, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and P. 0, 414 American National Bank Bldg, Everett, Wash. Date of first publication July Bth, 1910. 7t IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. Charles Hove, Plaintiff, vs. A. T. Thomas, Defendant. The State of Washington, to the said A. T. Thomas, the defendant: I You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date ,of the first publication of this summons, to-wit: within sixty (GO) days after the Ist day of July, 1910, and defend the above entitled action in the above en titled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer \ipon the undersigned at i torney for the plaintiff, at his office j below stated, and in case of your fail- I ure so to do, judgment will be rendered I against you according to the demand of : the complaint, which has been filed with I the clerk of the said court. The object of the said action, is to obtain a judgment against you, for the sum of Seven Hundred ($.00.00) Dol lars, with interest from the 18th day of ' October, 1009, at tha rate of ten per cent, per annum, up in a certain prom* I Issory note, made if the defendant In : favor of the plain' iff, dated the said ' 18th day of Octo) ur, 1909, due six '. months after date and to subject cer tain real estate belonging to the de | fendant, in King CBunty, Washington, Ito execution and a&le under said judg ment. ROBERT McMURCHIE. Attorney for Plaintiff. I Postoffice address, 414 American Na tional Bank Building, Everett, Snoho mish County, Washington. Date of first publication July 1, 1910. 7t Brotherhood Gloves, Keystone Over -1 alls, Union label Suits, Elgin Shirts, all !at the "Boston." 60 YEARS' Wg* EXPERIENCE Trade Marks IIT Designs r Copyrights Ac Anyone (tending a sketch and description may Illicitly ascertain our opinion free whether an nventton is probabJy patentable. Contmunlca lonsstrictlyconndentlal. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn ft Co. receive pecial without charge, In the Scientific American* A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest clr eolation of any scientific Journal. Terms. $3 a rear: lour months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers WUNN & Co. 36,8 «»»'»*-»- New YorF Branch Olßiwi. fi2> V Bt_ Wnsbliiirtoii, D. V. FOR SALE—ReaI Estate Blanks. Short form for time transact ion. News Pub lishing Co., 2012 Rockefeller Aye. Northern Transfer Co. Express and Baggage PIANO AND FURNITURE MOVING Storage in Connection Office. 1930 Broadway Everett, Wash No SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. BANK OF COMMERCE, Everett, Wn. PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00. OFFICERS. Daniel Keleher, President; Elmer E. Johnston, Vice-President; . James L. Lyen, Cashier; E. C. Olson, Assistant Cashier; A. D. Stevenson, Assistant Cashier, in charge of branch at Coupeville, Wash.; D. 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 Stanwood, Stanwood, Wash.; Elmer E. Johnston, Vice- President; \V. R. Stockbridge, Cavitalist. J. L. Lyen, Cashier. Everett Crust and Savings Bank (Under the Same Management as the First National Bank.) We solicit checking a* well a* Savings Accounts We sell Drafts to all parts of the World. We issue 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. Cashwr. No. 10659. NOTICE OF SHERIFF SALE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY. Canyon Wood Company, a corporation. Plaintiff, Sarah A. Miller. Defendant. Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution issued out of the above named court, in the above entitled cause and to me directed and delivered, I have levied upon all the right, title, claim and interest of above named defendant, in and to the following described real property, situated in Snohomish Coun ty, State of Washington, to-wit; Ixits Eight and Nine (8 and 9), block Seven Hundred and Thirty-Eight (738), C. A. Hudson, Scandia Bank W. R. Booth Building. Hudson & Booth Timber Lands, Logged Off Lands Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. Phone Sunset 101. COAL Caivyoiv 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 4.1 i ■ that you will appreciate its excellence, fa fl a wr it mild and delicious. Its brewed of the chotcest materials. Its purity is absolutely guaranteed. 6vewt Brewing to~£r Poultry of all kinds the yaar round. Highest Prices paid for good Chickens Feed your hens some of our ground bone and make them lay. Monte Cristo Market 1712 Hewitt. Phone 201. plat of Everett, Snohomish County. Washington. Notice is therefore hereby given, that on the 20th day of August, A. D. 1910. at tlie hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day. at the front door of the Court House in Everett, Snohomish County. State of Washington, I will sell all the right, title, claim and interest of above named defendant, in and to the abpw described property at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash. Dated at Everett. Washington, this 14th day of duly, 1910.. C. B. DEEKINiI. Sheriff Snohomish County. Washington, liv C. C. Thornton, Deputy. ANDREW JOHNSON. Attorney for Plaintiff. Date of first publication July 15th, 1910. Bt 5 Barbers No Grafting Sanitary Baths "Phil's Shop" | 2821 Wetmore Everett Everett, Wash. J he Entire Family Friday. July 22, 1910. ROSYLN, Black Diamond, Franklin and Mendota.