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Friday, March 31, 191 1.
Sully's 5,10 &!5c Store A Gem Collection of Choice Rose Bushes Containing The Hose of Shcron, each.. l" ,c The General Jacqueminot, each »oC The Paul Neyson, each —wfc The Crimeon Rambler, each l ,r »c The Dorothy Perkins *'> c The Bride, each 15c SHRUBBERY Containing Syringa Lilacs Honeysuckle ,5c All Large Bushes— it to 4 Feet High. Don't Forget Our Prices on Ice Cream Ice Cream Soda, large dish 5e Ice Cream Fruit Sundaes Re Ice Cream Syrup Sundaes 5c Ice Cream, per quart 25c Ice Cream, per gallon, in ice 75c PICTURES A specially good purchase of large sample line of Pictures, worth up to 75c at, each 15c SULLY'S 5,10 & 15c STORE LOCAL MOTES The Building Laborers received their charter from the International Hod Carriers' and Building Laborers' union last .Monday evening and are now af filiated with the A. F. of L. Every local union in the state is now affiliat ed with the International union. Barber shops will close at 7:30 p. m. beginning April tirst. 10 p. m. on Sat urdays. Hay Hill, of the Carpenters' union, re- UNION LABOR CLASSIFIED TRADING GUIDE The following, together with the regular advertisers in The Journal, forms a reliable list of Everett Business con. cerns. who are friends of Labor and entitled to itspatrouage- AMBULANCE SERVICE. ROBBINS TRANSFER CO, Fono 371 AWNINGS AND TENTS. EVERETT TENT & AWNING CO. BAGGAGE, EXPRESS, FORWARDING ROBBINS TRANSFER CO. Fone 371. BOTTLING WORKS. A. L. VAN VALBY, INC. CAFES. BLOCH'S CAFE, 2814 Colby. CARPETS, FURNITHE AND STOVES BARRON FURNITURE CO. | CLEANING AND PRESSING. AMERICAN Dye Works, 2821 Wetmore CIGARS AND TOBACCO. CHRIS CULMBACK, 1405 Hewitt. CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, HATS. J. a BENNETT, 1311 Hewitt, Clothing, | Goods, Hate, Shoes, Etc. j L. C PLAYFORD CO., 1501 Hewitt. BOSTON CLOTHING CO. CLOTHING EXCLUSIVE. THE NORMAN SUIT HOUSE. COAL AND WOOD. BRACK EN HUSH, WRIGHT A SHAW. COFFEE, TEA, SPICES. gt'AM A CLAUgEN, 2813 Rockefeller. DRUGGISTS. OWL PHARMACY. 1001 Hewitt Aye. EVERETT DRUG CO, Rucker A Hewitt DRY GOODSt CARPETS, MILLINERY. TUB B'fONK-KISHKK CO. FISH AND OYSTERS. H. ROSE, 8912 Hewitt. Phone* 668. FURNITURE & HOME FURNISHERS. BARRON FURNITURE CO. PETERSON FUBN. CO., 2008 Hewitt FURNITURES AMD PI AM 0 MOVING KUBBINB TRANSFER CO, Fob* 171. 1502-1504-1506 turned last week from Oregon, where he has been for the past six weeks. Like many others who have visited that state recently, he is enthusiastic over the future prospects as transportation facilities increase. dim Hallow has joined the Everett colony in Vancouver. H. L. Hughes left the city Tuesday for Seattle and Tacoma to spend a week or two before returning to his BRYAN MERCANTILE CO., Grocers, 2816 Colby. Phones 64. LIVERY HACKS, AMBULANCE. ROBBINS TRANSFER CO., Fone 371. HARDWARE, STOVES, TOOLS. M. A. C.OODYKOONTZ. 2011 Hewitt. CURRAN HARDWARE CO. Hewitt and Broadway. JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS. TftE R G. COLVIN CO. S. O. WALLGRKN, 1410 Hewitt. JEWELRY, SPORTING GOODS REPAIRING. NICK GRAD, 2004 Hewitt. LUMBER. FAIROHILD-BROWN LUMBER CO. Lumber, Sash Doors, Mouldings, Shingles. Smith and I'acilic. Phone S3 CANYON LUMBER CO., Mfgrs of High Grade Fir, Spruce and Hemlock Lbr. MEAT MARKETS. BROADWAY MARKET, 2016 Jlewitt, Both Phones 34. PHOTOGRAPHERS. MYERS' STUDIO, 1414 Hewitt. PIANOS, ORGANS, TALKING MACH. SHERMAN, CLAY & CO., Cor. Hewitt and Colby Ayes. REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE SAND AND GRAVEL. U. W. SHAW, Cement, Hldg. Material, Sand, Gravel. Main 051. Ind. 613. TRANSFER AND STORAGE. ROBBINS TRANSFER CO., Fone 871. TRUNKS, SUIT CASES, BAGS. EV EKTTT TRUNK CO., 2809 Wetmore. VEHICLES AND IMPLEMENTS. L. DWELLY, 2815 Baker St. Wagons, Huggias, Implements, Harness. WALL PAPER, PAINTS, OILS. Hub WaU Paper Co., 2811 Rockefeller. Sheet Music All the Popular Pieces at. per sheet iliz A large selection for, per sheet ._ He Just Received A large sample line of Hat Pins, Heads, Jewelry, Hat Buckles, Bell Buckles, etc; prices up to $1.50 each Our price for your choice, Embroideries, Laces & Curtain Scrims At sc, 10c and 15' ewe save you big money on these goods. Art Goods and Em- broidery Silks Pillow lops, ( enter Pieces, Dresser Scarfs, at cadi 10c and 15c Etnbro Silks, 2 skeins for Sic HEWITT AVENUE GROCERIES; home In Spokane. Air. Hughes ex pressed himself as delighted with the Sound country and left here much im proved in health. We lead, others tollow. American Dye Works. Phones 248. A gentleman made the remark a few days ago that if both "wets" and ■•drys" would quit yapping over the boose question for the next six months, it would be a decided blessing to the community. But will they do it? They will—NOT. If quality counts, try us. Amrican Dye Works, 2 821 Wetmore. How in the world a union man can burn electric lights and then expect the electricians to help him out if his particular craft becomes involved in labor trouble, has got us going. A liberal reward will be paid for a satis factory answer. Fishig tackle, baseball and sporting goods at Arthur Daily's Hardware and Sporting Goods' store at 1610 Hewittt. Wonder how many little political boomlets are being kept under cover, but tenderly nursed for the opening of the municipal campaign .' "Dr. Jacob Smith, Specialist, BlooJ and Skin, Toggery Bldg., 1605% Hewitt." All barber shops in the city will close tomorrow night at 10 o'clock instead of 11, and 8 o'clock closing hours will be dunged to 7:30 o'clock. The fact that tomorrow is April Ist did not scare the barbers, but customers, who rush to ihe hop after 10 o'clock will remem ber the (late. Wheels sold on installments st Arthur Hailv's Gob, Bicycle and Sporting Goods Store, 1010 Hewitt avenue. Norland's orchestra of ten pieces will furnish the music for the shingle weav ers' annual ball Faster Monday. "Dr. Jacob Smith, Specialist, Kidney and Bladder, Toggery Bldg, 1605 V, Tomorrow and Sunday will see an exodus of the disciples of Isaac Walton from the city. "DR JACOB SMITH, Specialist. Ms cases of men, Toggery Bldg, 1606 V, Hewitt." We are in receipt of a synopsis of the Workmen's Omipensation law, written by Peter Henrietty, but lack of space prevents its publication this week. We will print same in next week's issue. Phil. Warnock has sold the Everett Paths to .lack Sherman and will retire for a time at least from the harlier business. His successor is well known THE LABOR JOURNAL as lie has been for senile years in (.In city. The patronage of oM customer* will he nppreciatcil ami they may rest assured of the same high class work ami courteous treatment as has marked the place under Mr. Warwick's owner •Mp, On exhibition at the Pure Food show. The wonderful Conia lamp giving 300 candle power light, one gallon keroatM lasting 60 hours. Price reduced this week from $5.00 to $3.00. Arthur Garter has purchased the in terest in the Union Shingle company, owned by Otto Nelson and will operate the plant alone. 11. Thurber, of Kansas city. Mo., gen eral organizer .if the Amalgamated Sheet Metal Workers' International Alliance, met with the local boys Mon day evening. lie left for Itellingiiam Tuesday morning. Maulsby & Sons. New Undertakers, corner Wall and Wetmore. Private ambulance service. Phone 809. The Van Valey Bottling works is in had with the unions of the city and was placed on the unfair list last Friday night, by the central body. Slashed the wages of their teamsters $5 a week lie low the union scale. It's up to union labor now to show them their mistake. Take your calendar down and "draw a line across April 17th. Why? Well, that's the date of the annual ball of the shingle weavers, and you want to keep it in mind. Have you joined the Womens' Label League yet? And if not, why not? Maulsby & Sons. New Undertakers, corner Wall and Wetmore. Private ambulance service. Phone 809. A few new faces are seen each Mon day evening at tin' meeting of the Women's Union Label league, but not enough. We hear a good deal about the labor power of the wage workers, but not so much about the purchasing power of the wage spenders. Yet the one is as important as the other. Bring out the women folks next Monday (veiling. Look out for prosperous looking pocketbooks tomorrow lying so tempt ingly in your path. Liable to be a small boy at the other end of the string. RAILROAD MEN APPRECIATE WORK. Seattle, Wash., March 25, 1911. Hun. J: K. Campbell, Everett, W ash. Dear Sir: On behalf of the railroad mett of the state of Washington we desire to thank yon for your support of Senate bill No. 160, known as the "Full Crew" bill. We can assure YOU that this is a measure very highly appreciated by the men we represent, ami should it ever lie in our power to reciprocate. We will be only too glad to do so. Again thanking you, we are, M. L. FLETCHER, Chairman. J. A. FOSTER, Vice Chairman, J. R. W ALKER, Secretary. S. A. I'OTTER, Treasurer. United Brotherhoods' Legislative Board of Washington. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOB THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. Ella May Keffer, Plaintiff, \>. William F. Keffer, Defendant i The State of Washington, to the said William F. Keffer, Defendant: You arc hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date OJ the first publication of this summons, to wit, within sixty days after the 31st i day of March. 1911, and defend the above entitled action, in the above en ; titled court, and answer the complaint of the plaint ill', and serve a copy of; your answer upon the undersigned at torney for plaintiff, at his office below stated; and i.l case of your failure so to do. judgment will be rendered against you aoording to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with th« clerk of said court. 'Ibis action is brought for the pur pose of obtaining a divorce from tin' defendant, upon the grounds of oruel treatment and mm support. I AMES H. NAY I.<>K. attorney for Plaintiff. Post office address: Rooms 11 12 Slack Building, Everett, Washington. Date of first publication, March SI st 1 !t 1 1 . IN THE SI'PERtOH COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OK SNOHOMISH. Waller Wyman, Plaintiff, vs. llermia W vniiin. Defendant. Tlie State oi Washington, to the sail llermia Wyman, Defendant: You arc hereby' summoned to appeai wit hiii sixt\ .lavs after the date ot the first publication of this summons, to wit, within -ixty da,\ s after the 31st day of March, 1911. and defend the above entitled action in the above en titled court, and answer the complaint of the plaint ill' and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned at tormy for plaintiff, at his office be low stated: and in case of your failure so to do. judgment will lie rendered ' against you according to the demand of t lie complaint, which lias been filed with the clerk ol said court. This action is brought for the pur pose of obtaining a divorce from the defendant, upon the grounds of de sertion and abandonment. I AMES If N\ > I .OR. Attorney for Plaintiff. Pout office address: Rooms 1112 Slack Ituildiug. Everett, Washington. Date ol first publication. March 31st j 1911. JAFFE'S SPECIAL WHISKEY Delivered to You We Carry the Most Complete Line of Wines and Liquors in the State. Write for Our Catalogue. NOTE: —When ordering, give Street Number, if you have one. EVERETT TRADES COUNCIL LABOR TEMPLE, March 24th. 1911. Council was called to order at 8 p. in., by Vice President Olinger. The following credentials were ac cepted and the delegates obligated and seated: Mrs. R, J. dinger, Airs. Geo. Qeorgenson, Mrs. Sam Allen, Ladies' Label league; J M. Rand, Carpenters; Harvey Thompson, Miss Mavine Erie, Dan Werner, Cooks and Waiters. Miss M. I. Heals, of Seattle, secre tary of the state nnti-tiiliorculosis so ciety, was present and addressed the council in the interests of the league. Miss Heals is planning a campaign of education among the school children of the state. To interest them in the work it is proposed to raise $250 to be distributed in prises for the best cssa\s on the subject by school children —one prize to be offered in each coun ty of the state. The prizes are to bo donated by the trade central bodies and the awards judged by the society. One out of every seven school children are 1 Keithly s Store News It will pay you to buy your Spring Suit now. We have placed fifty very choice ones on special sale at quite a reduction in price. They are strictly new, up-to-date, hand tailored suits, and you will find them lined and finished to your liking. Don't fail to see the excellent suits we are offering for $15.49 and $19.80. We are showing handsome Coats, in new spring models, that we have placed on special sale at $11.00 You may have your own selection from one hundred new Skirts, just re ceived, comprising an exceptionally fine assortment of the best of this season's styles, at from 20 to to 2T> pel oeßt off regular prices. Yoti should see the excellent material and fine styles you can buy for $4.40 to $6.8:1 Beautiful Black Voile Skirts, in the late spring models; made of excellent crisp voile: reduced to _ $H HO We are offering an extra good tailor-made sateen Petticoat for 98c A handsome Petticoat, with real wide embroidered flounce; special.. Genuine Heatherbtoom Petticoats, in pretty fancy stripes; special. $i!.Oo HOUSE DRESSES. We have just received a fine new assortment; they are the l>est we have ever shown. They are made of good, fast colored materials, and well fin ished. We are offering them at about the cost of making. Tiiey are only $1.98 New Ruchings in all the popular colors and Persian effects, and Mack and white, yard 2.V and :tT>c \\V have tlio finest and the most complete assortment ever shown in Everett. A description would he ijuite impossible. W are showing all the new shades in a fine range of new combinations of pretty blending colors, in stripes, cheeks ami plaids Hood, fast colored Gingham* at. yard lOc and 12 , ' aC French Ginghams jjjc Scotch Ginghams. 32 inch 2.V RIBBON SPECIAL. Good quality crisp Taffeta Ribbon; all colors aud black: « inches wide. Special, yard 2.1 c LACE SPECIAL. Rig assortment fine Yal. and Torchon Ijj.es and Insertions to match, >' arJ Be We have an extra line and complete assortment of Aprons from the small- est to the largest. We make a specialty of nurse's aprons and are now showing a varict v of styles at 35c Nice assortment of large Aprons with bretcllos. some trimmed with em- broidery, others hemstitched. The materials used in the making of these aprons arc much finer than you could expect to get for 65c Owing to the big demand lor our excellent Wool Yarns, we have decided to carry a complete assortment throughout the summer months. The or der placed three weeks ago for new stock has just la-en received. We now have every shade in the much wanted Germantown and a good range of colors in Saxony. Shetland Floss and the German Knitting Yarns, nil of the celebrated Golden Fleece manufacture. We sell this high graite Yarn at • the same prices other stores charge for the poorer grades. 4 FULL QUARTS For smoothness and delicate flavor it is unsurpassed. It does not burn the throat or bite the tongue, as so many whiskies usually do. It is mild and mellow and at the same time of suffi- cient strength to be used both for medicinal and drinking purposes. Jaffe (Si Co. 115 Second Aye. So. [victims of the white plague and it is essential that children as well as 'grown ups learn means of prevention for this disease. The council donated the sum of $15 with the proviso that all literature used in the contest bear the union label. The strikes and unfair committee re ported that the management of the Cascade Printing Co. stated that they had no further use for the union la bel and would run a non-union shop in the future, or open shop, whichever thej choose to call it. The committee recom mended that they be placed oil the un fair list, and by motion the council concurred. A report, was made that Greek labor was crowding out white labor in the saw mills and it was the sense of the council that the employment of this class of labor and a consequent ship ment of a bulk of their wages to for eign countries had a tendency to cause a lull in all lines of business. It was NEW SPRING COATS. DRESS SKIRTS. YARNS. $3.90 Established IHSd Seattle. Wash. aUo reported that many aliens were being employed on street work. The only solution offered was the election of men to city offices who would see that all city work should be done by American citizens. Report by unions: Bridge Workers -All working. Barbers- Proprietors of shops have agreed to the 7:30 closing hour. Carpenters —Work a little better; estimated about two-thirds of the mem bers working. Cooks and Waiters—Good meeting; elected new officers. Cigar Makers —All working; call for home-made product and make employ ment for home men. Linemen Moth locals held a joint meeting and good results are expected therefrom. Lathers—-All working. Miv hinists —Held good meeting and the boys are jubilant over the eigiit hour victory on the Denver & Rio Grande system. Shingle Weaver* —Thirty-five men thrown out of employment by the burn ing of the ' avalero mill. Teamsterse Four initiations; call for the teamsters' card. Engineers- due initiation and one application. I gshoremen -Work slack again. All members urged to bring their women relatives into the Label league wnich meets every Monday night in Labor Temple. Union Plumbing and Heating Shops. R. M. Wastover P. W. Barton t*. A. Mealy John Lower B. M.. Richards J. If. Haillie A. lTcdhind OttO Sehlllt/. Keithly Fuel Co. Cor. Highland and Califor nia Streets. Sell Coal and Planer Ends For less than others. Give full weight. Hire Union Drivers. Pay Union wages. Your orders solicited. Phones 37 Delivered to You Express Prepaid