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Friday. July 22. 1910.
UNION LABOR PREFERRED TRADING GUIDE The following, together with the regular advertisers ,n The Journal, forms a reliable list of Everett Business con. cerns, who are friends of Labor and entitled to itspatronage- AWNINGS AND TENTS. EVERETT TENT & AWNING CO. BAGGAGE, EXPRESS, FORWARDING ROBBINS TRANSFER CO. Fone 371. ~~ BARS AHD CAFES. PALACE BAR" AND" CAFE, E. Richter, Prop. Fin* Winea, Liquors and Cigar*, 1309 Hewitt Aye. SIMMONS A STOKES, "The Capitol." " WARS * KLEIN, "The Orient." WELLINGTON BAR, Hogan A Amei, Co raff Hewitt and Norton. MANNINGS, Hewitt and Rucker. H. HILSB, "The Seattla", 3116 Hewitt. THE SENATE, 1505 Hewitt. EG AN A McGRATH" The New Horaeahoe Saloon. Trwnont. J. P. Willlama, 1302 Hewitt. THE RIALTO, 1211 Hewitt. THE ARLINGTON BAR, 1116 Hewitt. ~ BOTTLING WORKS. ' A._L._VAN VALBY, INC. CLEANING AND PRESSING. AMERICAX Dye Works, 2821 Wetmore '" CIGARS AND JTOBACCO. CHRIS CULMBACK, 1406 Hewitt. CLOTHING. rPRNISHINOS, HATS. j C BENNETT, 1311 Hewitt, Clothing, Etc. THE BRODECK CO. ~T.. 5 PLAYFORD COTTeOI Hewitt. OLIVBR GRIGGS, 1917 Hewitt. W T PILLMAN CO.. 1924 Hewitt. ' BOSTON cLoThIKg CO. CLOTHING EXCLUSIVE, ~ THE NORMAN SUIT HOUSE. COAX AND WOOD. BRACRENBUSH." WRIGHT A SHAW. FIFIELD WOOD & COAL CO., DOTEN FUEL CO., aU kinds Coal and Wood, 1711 Hewitt. Phone 768 COFFEE, JTKA, SPICKS. QUAM * CLAUSKN, 2813 Rockefeller. DRUGGISTS. ~ own, JHARMAOY. 1603 Hewitt Aye". EVERETT DRUG CO, Rucker A Hewitt DRY GOODS, CARPETS, MILLINERY? THE STONE-FISHER CO. DRY GOODS, JOLLINERY. W F PAT.t!, Dry Goods, Cloaks, Milli- H.witt and Colby Avenue*. " PHELAN'S. 2909 Hewitt FISH AND OYSTERS Enterprise L Market, J3OB Aye] EL ROSE, 2912 Hewitt. Phone* 668. florlstsT Broadway, Floral Co., 1612 V, Hewitt. FLOUR MILLS. EVERETT FLOUR MILL CO., "Best Everett" Flour. FURNITURE fcJBOME FURNISHERS" BARRON FURNITURE CO. PETERSW^URN J J3O^2oO2^Hjwitt SMITH A BOESHAR, Home Furnishers. WHITE A HACKETT. FURNITURES AND PIANO MOVING. RQBBLNB TRANSFER CO., Fone 371. GROCERIES. BRYAN MERCANTILE CO., Grocer*, 2810 Colby. Phone* 64. PILLE A MUELLER, (Minnesota Butter Store). 1716 Hewitt; Phone* 437. WILDES. METZGAR A REQUA. T> rWTT THEATRE XxA^/CJ-l—/ Playing Paniages Vaudeville JOSEPH ST. PETER, Manager. Employing Only Union Labor Matinees every day at 2:30. Night shows 7 and 8:45 Entire change of program Monday and Thursday of Afternoon Prices 15c, Children 10c, Boxeb t6c. Night Prices 15c. and 25c, Boxes 35c. ACME »•/% strictly Union House' THE ACME THEATRE STOCK COMPANY in IHUftTh Class Plays* MATINEES TUESDAY, THURSDAYS, SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS. Seats Reserved Over Both Phases. Popular Prices: 10c, 20c, 30.^ Custom Tailors' Union Label IS ON YOUR GARMENTS W. hare a hrst-clas. shop and are prepared to uke care of your want, in up-to-date clothes. PHONE IN I) Ml. RES. IND. ITIX HARDWARE, STOVES, TOOLS. M. A. GOODYKOONTX 2911 Hewitt. CURRAN HARDWARE CO. Hewitt and Broadway. JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS. EMMA BELL, 1605 Hewitt Aye. THE R. G. COLVIN CoT ~ S. O. WALLGREN, 1416 Hewitt. JEWELERS AND OPTOMETRISTS. Everett Jewelry Co., reliable jewelers, licensed Optometrists. 2014 Hewitt. JEWELRY, SPORTING GOODS REPAIRING. Hewitt. LAUNDRIES. Krieger Lndry, Successor* Everett Ldry. STAN DA RD~ST EA M LAUNDRY. LUMBER. FAIRGHILD-BROWN LUMBER CO. Lumber, Sash Doors, Moulding*, Shingles. Smith and Pacific. Phone 83. CANYON LUMBER CO., Mfgr* of High Grade Fir, Spruce and Hemlock Lbr. LIVERY HACKS, AMBULANCE. ROBBINS TRANSFER CO M Fone 371. MEAT MARKETS. BROADWAY MARKET, 2016 Hewitt. Both Phones 34. EVERETT MEAT MARKET. Rest Meat and Poultry. Lowest Prices, 1317 Hewitt FULTON MARKET, Fresh and Salt Meats, 2908 Hewitt. Phones 135. SANITARY MARKET, 3006 Hewitt. Both Phones 880. Prompt Delivery. PHOTOGRAPHERS. MYERS' STUDIO, 1414 Hewitt. PIANOS, ORGANS, TALKING MACH. SHERMAN, CLAY & CO., Cor. Hewitt and Colby Ayes. REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE FOLSOM INVESTMENT CO., ~ E. J. KENNEDY, Real Estate and Insurance. Phone* 101—553 X. 2809% Colby. RESTAURANTS. THE MAGNOLIA CAFE, 1217 Hewitt. SAND AND GRAVEL. H. W. SHAW, Cement, Bldg. Material, Sand, Gravel. Main 651. Ind. 613. SHEET METAL WORKS. 2804 Colby. SHOES. BAM CASH SHOE STORE. Old Postoffice Corner. REGAL SHOE STORE, 2811 Rockefeller TRANSFER AND STORAGE. ROBBINS TRANSFER CO., Fone 371. TRUNKS, SUIT CASES, BAGS. EVERTTT TRUNK CO., 2809 Wetmore, VEHICLES AND IMPLEMENTS. L. DWELLY, 2815 Baker St. Wagons, Buggies, Implements, Harness, WALL PAPER, PAINTS, OILS. Hub Wall Paper Co., 2811 Rockefeller. WINES AND LIQUORS. SUNSET WINE HOUSE, Wholesale and Retail, 1919 Hewitt Avenue. EVERETT LIQUOR CO., "The Full Measure House," 1903 Hewitt. Phones 10 HAT WORKS KLOUZ HAT FACTORY, 1914 Hewitt. Hats cleaned, blocked, trimmed, dyed. Panama bleached. Each Week THEATRE SEE THAT THE P. WAGNER FINE TAILORING Removed to 1912 Hewitt Avenue EVERETT TRADES COUNCIL FRIDAY, Inly IS.—Council met in regular session with President Moncur in the chair, Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. New delegates from shingle weavers, lineman and carpenters' unions were ob ligated and sealed. The term of three months of the business agent expiring it was deemed best to discontinue the services of a business agent for the council for the time being. Tlie following delegates were appoint ed by the chair to represent the Trades Council at the convention called to meet in Seattle Uc\t Monday to discuss the Equity Cooperative plan: li. P. Straka. P. C. Pollard. R. P, Marsh. The matter of the Klks' controversy was again taken upaml discussed at some length It was the opinion of the council that the Elks, as a body, were persona non grata to organized labor and would remain s cl until such a time as the differences between the Elks' lodge and the Building Trades Council were adjusted to the satisfaction ot the Building Trades. The secretary was in Structed to again write to the inter national secretary of the American Fed eration of Musicians, giving the correct status of the controversy. A committee from Electrical Workers' Union, No. 191, accompanied by M. J. Sullivan, general vice president of the international, and John Morgenthaler, third vice president, of the Pacific dis trict council, visited the council in the interest of the electrical workers. A review of the attempted negotiations with the Everett Railway. Light &. Wa ter Co. towards the mutual agreement on a new wage scale and working rules wns given. It was stated that all at tempts at conference had failed and it was expected that all union employes of the company would be called out on strike. Details of the situation appear in another column. A communication was received from the Building Trades council to the ci feet that the painters' union had re affiliated with that body Upon motion the credentials of the delegates which had been laid on the table pending such notice, were accepted. TAFT NAMES LIABILITY PROBERS. BEVERLY, Mass., July 22 President Tuft has chosen President W. I. Brown of the New York Central Railroad, and Daniel 1.. Gease, editor of the journal of the Brotherhood of Railway Train men. to l>e members of a commission to investigate the question .of employers liability and workmen's compensation, as authorized by the last congress INTERURBAN TIME TABLES EVERETT-SEATTLE INTERURBAN TIME TABLE Effective May 2nd, 1910. Leave Everett. Leave Seattle 5:20 AM 7:00 AM 6:00 AM 8:00 AM 7:00 AM 9:00 AM 8:00 AM 10:00 AM 9:00 AM 11:00 AM 10:00 AM 12:00 AM 11:00 AM 1:00 PM 12:00 AM 2:00 PM 1)00 PM 3:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM | 3:00 PM 5:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00PM 5:00 PM 7:0(1 PM 1 6:00 PM 8:00 PM 7:00 PM 9:10 PM 8:00 PM 10:10 PM 10:00 PM 12: Of PM Everett Ticket Office and Waiting Room—Colby and Wall Street. Seattle Ticket Office and Waiting Boom—Shirley Hotel, sth Aye., near Pike Street. General Offices—Everett, Wash, j SEATTLE-EVERETT TRACTION CO. W. I. Sturtevant, Manager. SNOHOMISH INTERURBAN. TIME CARD. Effective June 15, 1010. Train Leave Arrive Train Leave Arrive A. M. No. Everett Snb. No. Sno. Everett •1 6:07 6:35 2 6:45' 7:16 3 7:20 7:50 4 8:00 8:?0 "5 0:00 0:30 "8 9:40 10:10 ••7 10:15 10:45 *"8 11:15 11:45 P. M. »»9 11:55 12:25 "10 12:45 1:15 **11 1:30 2:00 "12 2:15 2:45 13 2:50 3:20 14 3:25 3:55 15 4:05 4:35 16 4:45 5:15 ••17 6:35 6:05 "18 7:05 7:35 10 7:60 8:20 20 8:35 9:05 21 11:05 11:35 *"22 11:40 12:08 Hewitt and Broadway only. •• Indicates trips made by express car No. 103. ""Interurban train No. 22 runs to Hewitt and Broadway via Broadway. Connections with Northern Pacific trains at Snohomish. Train Connects with Train N. P. Time N. P. Train No. No. leaves Snohomish. 5 343 9:40 a. m., North to Rellingham. j 7 344 10:50 a. m., South from Belliugham' ; 0 452 12:35 p. m., South from Sumas. i 11 341 2:15 p. m., North to Sumas. ' 17 347 6:15 p. m., North to Bellingham. 17 348 7:05 p. m., South from Bellingham. EVERETT RAILWAY, LIGHT & WATER COMPANY Puget Sound International Railwxy 4 Power Co., W. I. STURTEVANT, Mgr THE LABOR JOURNAL E. E. WEBER J. F. SPRINGER The Star Shoe Store 2903 Hewitt Avenue—Riverside Everett, Wash. 1794 THE Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Is the largest premium earning company in America. It paid in full the largest loss in the world's history in the San Francisco dis aster, and now has twenty-one millions of assets. It is above sus picion. John Mcßae Agent Rooms IS and 16, Phone, Sunsot 728. Fobes Bldg. Residence Fone Ind. 259Z Shop Fone Ind. 731 Y. Broadway Sheet Metal Works C. H. CLIFTON, Propr. Agent for the ROUND OAK FURNACE 2»:*7 BROADWAY, EVERETT. The Union Transfer Phone Main 141 Baggage, Furniture, Piano and Machinery Moving, Storage Warehouse. Livery aud Boarding Stable Corner Grand and California. Patronize Home Industry All our goods are manufactured in Everett. Imperial Tea Co. 1407 HEWITT AVENUE. Factory 2823 Rucker Avenue. 112 BOTH PHONES 142 S. D. LOVE. J. F. MELANG Love & Melang GROCERIES, FRUITS, HAY, GRAIN and PRODUCE 2810 Hoyt Aye. Both Phones 250 Plumbing Gas, Steam and Hot Water Fitting, Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Phones Sunset 1222; tnd. 104 X H. C. Brown 2521 Hewitt Aye. EVERETT CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR EYE TROUBLE We don't prescribe glasses unless you need them. We make our own glasses and sell them at moderate cost, and guarantee them. EVERETT OPTICAL CO. 2812 Colby Aye. Everett. TRUE PATRIOTISM John Clark Ridpath's Essay on the Tenets of Liberty. THE HIGHWAY TO FREEDOM. Education the Basis on Which a Free Government Must Rest—A Republic Without Intelligence Is a Paradox and an Impossibility. Tbe Idea that tbe United States Is one nation and not thirty-eight mi tlons Is tlie grnnd cardinal doctrine of a sound pollticul fnlth. State pride and sectional attachment are natural passions in tbe human breust and lire so ueur akin to patriotism us to be dis tinguished from it only in the court of a higher reuson. But there Is n no bier love of country—a patriotism that rises above ull places and sections, that knows no country, no state, no north, no south, but only native land: (bat claims no mountain slope, that clings to no river bunk, that worships no range of bills, but lifts the aspiring eye to n confluent redeemed from bar barian] by common sacrifices and made sacred by the shedding of kindred blood. Such a patriotism Is the cable IDd sheet anchor of our hope. A second requisite for the preserva [tOD of American Institutions is the tulversnl secular education of tbe peo ple. Monarchies govern their subjects 3y authority and precedent; republics •jy right, reason and free will Wheth er one method or tbe other will be uetter turns wholly upon the intelli gence of the governor. No force which aas moved among men. impelling to bad action, inspiring to crime, overturning order, tearing away the bulwarks of liberty and right and converting Civ ilisation into a waste, has been so full of evil and so powerful to destroy as a blind. Ignorant and factious democ racy. A republic without Intelligence -even a high degree of Intelligence—la i paradox and un impossibility What means that principle of the Declaration of Independence which de clares the consent of the governed to be the true foundation of all just nu rhorlty? What kind of "consent" Is re ferred to? Manifestly not the passive md unresisting acquiescence of the mind which, like the potter's clay, re ceives whatever Is impressed upon it. but that active, thinking, resolute, con scious, personal consent which distin guishes the true freeman from the puppet. When the people of the Unit ed States rise to the heights of this no ble and intelligent self assertion the occupation of the party lender-most despicable of all tyrants—will be gone forever, and in order that the people may ascend to that high plaue the means by which intelligence Is foster ed, right reason exalted and a calm and rational public opinion produced must be uuivcrsnlly secured. The pub lic free school is tbe fountain whose streams shall make glad all tbe land of liberty. We must educate or perish A third thing necessary to the perpe tuity of American liberties is tolera tion—toleration In the broadest and most glorious sense. In the colonial times intolerance Imbittered the lives of our fathers. Until tbe present day the baleful shadow has been upon the laud. Tbe prescriptive vices of the middle ages have flowed down with the blood of the race aud tainted the life that now Is with a suspicion and distrust of freedom Liberty in the minds of men has meant the privilege of agreeing with the majority Men I have desired free thought, but fear has .stood at tbe door. It remains for tbe , Lulled States to build s highway '. broad and free, into every held of lib jerul Inquiry aud to make the poorest |of men who walks tbereiu secure iv life und reputation. Proscription bus no part or lot In ;the Amerlcau system. The stake, the 'gibbet and the ruck, thumbscrews, sword and pillory, have no place on this side of the sea. Nature is divers) fled; so are human faculties, beliefs und practices. Essential freedom Is tbe right to differ, und that right must be sacredly respected. Nor must tbe privilege of dissent be conceded with coldness and disdain, but openly, cor dially and with good will. No less of rank, abatement of character or ostta clsm from society must darken the pathway of the humblest of the seek ers after truth. The right of free thought, free Inquiry and free speech Is as clear as the noonday and bounte ous as the air and ocenn. Without ■ full and cheerful recognition of this right America Is only a name Tbe fourth Idea, essential to the wel fare and stability of the republic. Is the nobility of labor. It is the mission of the United States to ennoble toil and honor tbe (oiler In other lands to labor has been considered the lot of serfs and peasants; to gather tbe fruits and consume them in luxury and war, tbe business of the great. Since the mediaeval times European society has been organized on tbe basis of a no blllty and a people. To be a nobleman was to be distinguished from the peo ple; to be oue of the people was to be forever debarred from nobility Thus bns been set ou human Industry the stigma of perpetual disgrace. Some thing of this has been transmitted to tbe new civilization In the west-acer tain disposition to renew the old order of lord and laborer Let the odious distinction perish. The true lord Is the laborer and the true laborer tbe lord It is the genius of American Institu tlons. In the fullness of time, to wipe the Inst opprobrious stain from the brow of toll and to crown tbe toiler with the dlitnlty, luster aud honor of a full and perfect manhood —John Clark R Linflsville lenther workers returned to work after a short strike They will work one bour a week leas than %itherto. and tbe wage scale, which Msjes from $15 to $21 a week, will be sjvlsod Tbe San Uranclsco numbers' union tnd Master Plumbers sssoclatioo agreed that on and after May I. 1910. oue apprentice should be employed in each shop and oue additional appren tice for every Bye men enrployed. 1903 Keyttoiie OveraJk »t the Button LOCAL NOTES "I am glad a system of labor pre vails under which laborers can strike «hen they want to. where they arc not obliged to work under all eircumstan ees; and are not tied down and Obliged to labor whether you pay them for it or not. I like the sys tem which let- a in.in 'quit' when he wants to. and I wish it might prevail everywhere." The utterance of some labor demagogue! Well, yes, if you want to apply that term to the second greatest American. Abraham Lincoln uttered those words in a speech at New Hsren, Conn.. March Ith, 1800. If quality counts, try us. Amrican Dye Works. 1831 Wetmore. For good eats yo u will find it at the Blsmark Cafe. Buy your tobacco and cigars at the Labor Temple cigar stand. Every bit of tobacco curried at this stand bears the union label. When the ancients wrote on tablets of stone it required a crowbar to break the news. See the Union-made Men's Suits at the Boston Clothing Co. Your union probably has a few dol lars in the hank lying idle. Would it not be wise and helpful and quite the proper thing to do to invest it in Labor Temple stock. Every dollar thus in vested will go right into real value —a building site for a new building- and where can you get better returns or find a more secure investment. O. R. Lounsberry, the barber, has moved his shop from 2008% Hewitt to 1817 Hewitt. Brotherhood Cloves at the Boston. "Dr. Jacob Smith, Specialist, Kidney and Bladder, Toggery Bldg, 1506 Vi Brotherhood Gloves at the Boston. Fishig tackle, baseball and sporting goods at Arthur Baily's Hardware and Sporting floods' store at 1010 Hewittt. Ail exchange lias this to say about the Labor Day parade: "The success of the parade is in the number of para den —the thousands of processionists showing the might ami power of the la be* movement. Labor Day without a parade is like 'lie play of Hamlet with Hamlet left out. The parade is the areai educator of the public mind, it is tlie oue. illuminating object lesson, showing tlie people what a splendid and meritorious class of citizens constitutes the labor movement. In no other way can that object lesson he imparted. Abolish tlie parade and you might as well alMilisli the day.' 1 That's good gospel, fellows, and we might ponder it while we arc discussing just now the observance of the day. Maulsby & Sins. New Undertakers, corner Wall and Wetmore. Private ambulance service. Phone 800. The man who roasts his home town would criticise his mother to a Ixxik agent. We lead, others follow. American Dye Works. Phones 24 8. If the office lone at the Ijibor Tem ple is not as sweet tempered as it ought to be, just remember that it lias lieen strike headquarters uninterrupted ly since the first of last December. They are doing the best they can to keep good natured, but the strain tells after awhile on the most sunny dispo sit ion. The Bismark hotel is furnished in the most up to-date manner and is most centrally hx-atcd. Give it a trial. Now is the time to have that summer suit cleaned. American Dye Works. Phonei 24 8. Quite a bunch of celebrities at the ChnutMique session on Whidby Island Saturday ami Sunday. E\-[.oveinoi Folk of Missouri, ami the Rev. Win Sunday are two persons of naiional ivput at ion. who will address the people on those days. Many Everett people are making plans to attend. It will pay you to look over the ad rertisements appearing in this paper Months ago a committee was ap|*>iut ted by the city council to investigate the feasibility of establishing a municipal water system. Would lhat committee please come to life und let us hear I something Of. the subject* The price of tin has been advancing If you buy canned water instead of Solid Pack Everbest or Quality goods, put out by the Pacific Grocery Com pany, you are losing money The question now is, should a woman have a vote or a voter* "OR JACOB SMITH, Specialist. Dis eases of men. Toggery Bldg, IBOBVi Hewitt." W. S. Weed and family leave today for s three months' visit in Saugatuck. Mich. The Journal will follow him and give him the news of the unions during his absence. Finest union label suits at the Boston Where is the state of matrimony* X is in the Vntted States It is hounded by hugging and kissing on one side and babies aud cradles on the other. Its products are population, broom sticks and staying out nights It was discovered by Adhtn and Eva while Irving to find a northwest passage out of Paradise. The cliniute is rather sultry until yon pass the tropics of housekeeping, when squally weather sets in with sufficient power to keep all hands cool as cucumbers. For the principal roads leading to this inter esting state, consult tbe first pair of blue eyes you run against-. Union label Suits, $20, $26, |30, at the Boston. Pleasant rooms, nicely furnished at the Bismark hotel on Hewitt Union label Suits, $20. $25, $30, at the Boston. Whenever a man pays a compliment to his wife he wonders what it is go ing to cost him. The EVERBEST and QUALITY goods are honest in quality and quantity. Pacific Grocery Co i iii.-st union label suits at the Boston. Senator Piles, while in the city, was quoted as saying that he could nut un derstand the insurgent movement. There art' none so blind as those who will not see. senator. Elgin Shirts at the Boston. The capacity of the Q. A. R hall was taxed to the limit to hold the crowd of Moose last Tuesday evening at the big initiation ami feed Indies ■ lions now are that this popular order will have 800 or a thousand members before the charter is closed in this city. Wheels sold on installments at Arthur Baily's Gun, Bicycle and Sporting Goods Store, IGIO Hewitt avenue. Keystone Overalls at the Boston. Will some stand-patter kindly arise and explain how In the world he can twist an endorsement of stand-pattlsm out of Col. Roosevelt's declaration that he hoped progesslve Republican candi dates for congress would win; Maulsby & Sons. New Undertakers, corner Wall and Wetmore. Private ambulance service. Phone Bfio. Keystone Overalls at the Boston. Choice steaks and chops, oysters, fish and game; lowest prices possible, with best service, at the Bismark Cafe. M. C. Bogies and E. P. Marsh will represent the local shingle weavers' union at a special convention of Dis trict No. 1. at Seduo -Woolley, »ie\t Sunday. Union label hats at the Boston. The grocers' picnic at Tnlalip made Everett look like diverted village Wednesday. You could fire a cannon up Hewitt avenue ami you wouldn't hit a man. The Everbest and Quality goods art honest in quality and quantity. Pacific Grocery Co. A friendly tip to the electrical Work ers: If yon want to be numbered among those present at the Labof Day ball game we would humbly suggest that you begin training. Remember Lang ley ? We don't like to hear you talk about "scabs" and then pull a plug of Star tobacco out of your pocket. Not men tiotting names but we heard a fellow the other day consigning scabs to the low er region and then calmly proceeding to take a bite out of a hunk of Star. It spoiled the force'of hi* argument. FAVOR LABOR DAY CELEBRATION Delegate Roberts Of the Electricians, reported his union to he iv favor of a local celebration of Labor Day. By mo tion the delegates were instructed to as certain the sentiments of their respec tive unions in the matter and report buck to the council as s.xm as possible. TO ORGANIZE NEGRO ACTORS CHICAGO, luly 22. --Plans to or gasiaa the colored performers of Chi cago are now being formulated by Ac tors" union No. 4. There are about TiOO colored actors playing in the vaudeville houses of the city ten of which e\ elu-ively tiook this class of performer- No NOTICE IN THE SITERIOR COURT OF THE STATE <>F WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. In the Mutter of the Estate of lames A. lirahani. Deceased. Notice is hereby given, that A. Keay. administrator of the estate of dames A Graham, deceased, has renders! and filed in said court his final account of tlie administration of said estate, which said account was approved on the 2nd day of July. 1!H0. and has filed a peti tion for the distribution of the same ami that Saturday the (Ith day of Aug ust, 1010. at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. at the court rooms of said court, in the County Court House, in the City of Everett. Snohomish County. Washington, has been duly appointed by said court for the hearing of said petition for distri bution and final discharge at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file ex ceptions in writing to the said petition and contest the same and show cause, if any, why a final distribution of said estate should not l>c ordered Witness the Honorable W. W. Black, judge of the above entitled court, an i the seal of said court hereunto fixed this sth day of July, 1»10. JOHN R DAUA. Clerk Date of first publication July 8, MlO 4t 3