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The Labor Journal. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Entered at the Post Office in Everett, Washington, as second class Mail Mat ter. E. P. MARSH Editor. J. E. CAMPBELL Business Manager. Phones Sunset 148; Ind. 115 Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Rates on Appbeation. UNION DIRECTORY American Federation of Labor. Samuel Uompera President. James Duncan First Vice President. John Mitchell Second Vice President. James O'Connel—Third Vice President. Dennis A. Hayes, Fourth Vice President. Wm. D. Huber,„Fifth Vice President. Joe. E. Valentine..Sixth Vice President. John R, Alpine, Seventh Vice President. H. B. Perham, --Eighth Vice President. John B. Lennon Treasurer. Frank Morrison Secretary. Washington State Federation of Labor. President — — C. R. Case, Seattle. First Vice President Fred Hudson, Bellingham. Second Vice President—Wm. J. Coates Spokane. Third Vice President L. F. Clarke, Walla Walla. Fourth Vice President--!!. A. Livermore Aberdeen. Fifth Vice President P. J. Mulligan, Cle Elum. Sixth Vice President T. H. Bolton Seattle. Seventh Vice President—J. E. Campbell, Everett. Sec-Treaa Charles Perry Taylor, Box 185, Vaccina. Organizer C. O. Young, Everett. Everett Trades Council. R. P. Olinger President Sam Allen Vice-President E. J. Edney, Treasurer We would rather throw boquets than brickbats at our union brothers but the time comes occasionally when one has to shy the latter or be false to one's klea of right. It is with reluctance that We let loose a brickbat or two on this occasion but there is a verse of Scrip ture we learned when young that " whom the l>>rd loveth he chastenoth." We refer with regret but firmness to the failure of organized lalsir of Kverett to take advantage of Labor Sunday at MaX welton. Unionists should on all occa sions be ready to show the faith that is in t hem. The greatest movement of all time is the organized labor movement. In these epochal days we are writing history large. The lalxir movement is not a selfish movement despite the in dictment of our opponents. Every law that we help to place on the statute books tends more to aid the unorganized worker than the organized. Every cause having for its object the betterment of social conditions finds an advocate in the loyal trades unionist. Wages an.l hours, the two things in which organized labor specializes, are means, not ends. We want to use these mediums to raise the standard of living, bring comfort and joy into the lives of all toilers, make this a better world to live in. Because our aims are broad, organised labor -hould lose no opportunity of acquaint ing the general public with our aims and aspirations. Opportunities such as af forded u~ by the Chautauquaa are too golden to be thrown away. Kent time, brothers, that we are given a day at the Chautauqua, let us put everything else in the background, and back up our speakers by an attendance of trade un ionists that will crowd the capacity ot the transportation companies to the limit. lt has been suggested by the A. F. of (..officials that the surplus raised on Labor Day from union celebrations be turned over to the McNamara defense fund. We are not expecting to be bur dened with much of a surplus on that day but it might be well if the Council joined in the general movement and voted to turn i>ver the net proceeds, if any there be, to that worthy cause. Editor Clarke of the Garden City Mon itor, organ of the Walla Walla unionists, Is an active candidate for commissioner of that city under the commission plan of city government. The Journal srishes bin success, iiro. ( lark is well qualified to fill any position his home city ban to offer and the laboring people of Walla Walia will have a consistent champion if they elect him to office. Tbe Puget Mill Co. owns thousand* of acres in this county on which they pay n nominal tax. [n no way is this company aiding in the development of the country. They are holding large tracts of valuable timber land with the sole aim in view of reaping large profits in the future when a scarcity of tirnlier will have boosted remaining ttumpage to a fabulous price. At the present time it refuses to sell any of its holdings. It is a stumbling block in the way of pre sent development of our resources. It cares absolutely nothing about the we! fare of the people inhabiting the county in which it has its immense holding*. Hig profits and "after us the deluge" i it- slogan of business. In a milder cat alogue [H'thaps belongs the big land speculator and yet scarcely less repre hensible. Like the timlter hog he U a good deal of a parasite, creating no real \alues himself, buying tracts ~f land cheaply nnd selling it off to the would be home owner at gilt edged prices or hold ing his property until the sale and im provement of adjacent lands makes his own valuable. Hoth timlx-r baron and realty shark depend upon the thrift ami industry of other men to put value into their holdings, neither pure real value into it himself. Our system of j taxation permits the man with large capital to gobble the choicest land ami hold it out of reach of the average man unless be brings himself to mortgage several years of hi, future to acquire it. When they tell you that „ raise of taxation ~v the speculative property would necessitate a like raise on the small home owner, ask them to tell you what ails a system that puts a pic mium on idleness and a penalty on thrift I Who ought to pay the bill, the man who creates value by hard Work or the man who takes as a pure gift the fruits of the created value? If there was anything left to put the finishing touches to the burial of Wil liatn Howard luffs political aspirations, it was accomplished by his own hand when In- vetoed the statehood bll because of the recall provsion. Now we hope the citizens of Arizona have nerve enough to stand pat and tell the tat man that they will go without a constitution till h'll freeze, before they will allow Taft or anybody else outside of their territory to write it. After watching at (lose hand the daily routine of our business agents for three years past, we have come to Ihe con elusion that our patience would give out before we had been on the job a week. Sully's 5-10-15 c Store A store full of household needs at prices you are willing to pay SPECIALS IN New Fall style Hat Frames. Each Pk*» 15c New Fall Trimming Silks. Per half yard . , 15 c New Kali Trimming Velvet Rib bon, per yard . 15c New Fall Ribbons; No. 100, all silk, per yard .... 15c New Fall All over Lace Trim mings Per quarter yard IQc SPECIAL IN CANDIES ' .. lb. hand-made Chocolates 10c '- lb. hand-made Chocolates 15c y a -lb Jelly Beans 10c l /i lb. ('ream Drops , . 10c Ice < 'ream Sodas . . . 5c Ice In am Sundaes . . 5c Ice Cream, per quart 25c SPECIALS IN Pillow Tops, new patterns 15c Center Pieces, new patterns 15c Ladies' Embroidered Handker chiefs, new 10c Sully's 5-10-15 c Store UNION LABOR CLASSIFIED TRADING GDIDE 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 itspatronage- AMBULANCE SERVICE. ROBBINS TRANSFER 00, Fone 371 J AWNINGS AND TENTS. EVERETT TENT & AWNING CO. BAGGAGE, EXPRESS, FORWARDING kuBBLNS TRANSFER CO. Fone 371. CAFES. BLOCH'S CAFE, 2814 Colby. CARPETS, FURNITRE AND STOVES BARRON FURNITURE CO. CLEANING AND PRESSING. AMERICAN Dye Worki, 2821 Wetmore CIGARS AND TOBACCO. CHRIS CULMBACK t 1405 Hewitt. CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, HATS. J. C. BENNETT, 1311 Hewitt, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Etc. L. a PLAY FORD CO., 1501 Hewitt. BOSTON CLOTHING CO. CLOTHING EXCLUSIVE. THE NORMAN SUIT HOUSE. COAL AND WOOD. BRACK.ENBUSH. WRIGHT A SHAW. COFFEE. TEA. JPICE& vjUAM A CLAUSEN, 2813 Rockefeller. DRUGGISTS. ~ OWL PHARMACY, 1603 Hewitt Aye. KVERETT DRUG CO, Rucker A Hewitt DRY GOODS, CARPETS, MILLINERY : THE STONE-FISHER CO. FISH AND OYSTERS. H ROBB, 2812 Hewitt. Phones 668. FURNITURE * HOME FURNISHERS. I BARRON FURNITURE CO. PETERSON FUR.V. CO., 2002 HswitT rgBEITTJEBS AND PIANO MOVING. •COWDIB* TRASTBFER CD, Pons fTL SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. IV THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THEI si tTE OF WASHINGTON, l\ AND FOR TBI COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. The State of Washington, on the rela tion of W. I*. Bell, Attorney (ieneral, Plaintiff, versus S. Sato and Kninia Sato, his wife, ami Eugenia Martin, Defendants, Everett Welch, Intervener. The State of Washington to the said Defendant. Bttgenis Martin: You 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 7th day of July, 1911, Mid defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the Intervener herein, nnd serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned at torney for said intervener at his office below stated; nnd in case of your fail ure so to do judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of intervener's complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of this action is to fore close n mortgage given by said Eugenia Martin on the 25th day of January, 1910, on lots 25 and 20, in block 051, of Swal- Well's First addition to Everett, Wash ington, recorded nt page 270, volume 83 of mortgages, records of said Snohomish county, now held by Everett Welch herein, and to have sue h other and furth er relief to which in equity intervener may be entitled. NOAII SHAKESPEARE, Attorney for Intervener Herein, P. O. address, 2»on'/o Hewitt avenue, Kverett, Wash. 7t SPECIALS IN GROCERIES Arm i\ Hammer Soda; per lb 5c 2 lbs Soda Crackers ... .15c Ilb Ginger Snaps . 10c 2 cans Salmon . 15c Sardines In Oil . . 5c Bottled Pickh-. all kinds 10c Tomato < at sup 10c- Gunpowder Tea, % lb . . 15c Black Tea. % lb 15 c Japan Tea, '/,. lb 15 c SPECIAL IN NOTIONS Rest 6-cord Sewing Machine Thread, 4 spools for 15c Hcst 3-COrd Sewing Thread; I! spools for 5c Rest IIMI yard Sewing Silk; 1 •pool 5c Best 100 yard Linen Thread; 1 spool 5c 5 papers Pins, full count, for 5c .1 papers Needles, all sizes, for 5c Celluloid Dressing Combs, for 10c Metal Hack Dressing Combs .10c Shaving Brushes, for . ..10c Hose Supporters on pads, for 15c All Notions about half price.. 1502-1504-1506 HEWITT GROCERIES. BRYAN MERCANTILE CO.. Grocers, 2816 Colby. Phones 64. LIVERY HACKS, AMBULANCE. ROBBINS TRANSFER CO., Fone 371. HARDWARE, STOVES, TOOLS. M- A. GOOD* KOON'I Z. 2011 Hewitt. CURRAN HARDWARE CO. 1 ii t and Broadway. JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS. 1 THE R. G. (JULY IN CO. S. O. WALLGREN, 14lTllewiU~ JEWELRY, SPORTING GOODS— REPAIRING. NICE GRAD. LUMBER. FAIRCHILD-BROWN LUMBER CO. Lumber, Saah Doom, Mouldings, Shingles. Smith and Pacific. Phone 83. CANYON LUMBER CO., Mfgre of High Grade Fir, Spruce and Hemlock Lbr MEAT MARKETS. BROADWAY MARKET, 2016 Hewitt. Both Phonea 34. PHOTOGRAPHERS. MYERS' STUDIO, 1414 Hewitt! j PIANOS, ORGANS, TALKING MACH. SHERMAN, CLAY A CO., Cor. Hewitt and Colby Ares.' j REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE SAND AND GRAVEL. ~~ H. W. SHAW, Cement, Bldg. Material, Sand, Gravel. Main 661. Ind. 618. TRANSFER AND STORAGE. ROBBLVS TRANSFER CO, Fon. 371 TRUNKS, SUIT CASES, BAGS'; EVERTTT TRUNK CO, 2800 Wetmore. VEHICLES AND IMPLEMENTS. L. DWELLY, 2815 Baker St. WagoM, Buggies, Implements, Harness, WALL PAPER. PAINTS, OILS. Hub Wall Pa»«r C 0.," 2811 Rockefeller. No. 1083(1 LABOR JOURNAL WiENAND PHOTO STUGtOS 2807 Wetmore and 2004 Hewitt The Best Photos in Town—Prices in Reach of All Every union man in the city unless the nature of his employment makes it absolutely impossible should be iv line in the big parade Labor Day. If any man is too tired to march he ought to be too tired to draw union money; if he is too good to march he ought to get a job cutting coupons somewhere out ol contract with the common herd. WEBORG'S MII.X BREAD. Have you tried Wcborg's Milk Bread! It will be on sale at grocers general!) Monday. It is wrapped in sanitary waxed paper; no flies or dust can injure its purity. Your money back if il is not (he best bread you ever bought. Ameri can Baking Co. Every man iv line on labor Day should be the slogan of every union in the city. SUMMONS IN' THE SUPERIOR I OURT OF THE STATE OP WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE 001 NTY OF SNOHOMISH, Everett V. Burgess, Plaintiff, vs. Wllda Burgess, Defendant. The State of Washington to the said Wilda Burgess, Defendant: oil nre hereby summoned to appear within sixty days alter the dale of the first publication of this summons, t" wit, within sixty days after the I lib day of August, 1011, 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 upon the undersigned attorney at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of tl omplaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. This action i- brought for the purpose of obtaining a decn f divorce from the defendant, upon the grounds of de sertion. JAMES H. NAYLOR, Attorney for Plaintiff. Postoffice address, 217-218 Stokes Hldg., Everett, Snohomish county, Wash ington. Date of first publication. August 11, 1011. 7t Maulsby & Sons. New Undertakers, corner Wall and Wetmore. Private ambulance service. Phone 809. No. i mm. NOTICE OK SHERIFF'S SALE. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT '>!' THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR SNOHOMISH I OUNTY. Seattle Brewing and Malting Company, Plaintiff, versus K. J. Wallace. De fendant. Under and by virtue of an order of sale issued out of the above named court, in the above entitled cause, ami to me directed and delivered, I have duly leyied upon all the right, title, claim and In terest of above named defendant, In and to the following described real property. situated in Snohomish county, state of Washington, to-vvil : An undivided one fourth Interest in all that portion of S'/i of NE% and lots 1 and 2, section 17. township 27. N. R. HI E. W. M.. describe.! as follows: Beginning at the quarter corner on the east line of said section 17. thence north along said east line .'tun feet to north east comer of that certain mineral claim known as the "Bambler Lode" claim as located and staked out. thence south 7-1 degrees west along the northerly lines of the "Rambler" and "Globe" mineral lode claims 1,000 feet to the northwest corner of said "Globe" claim, thence south following the west line thereof and said West line produced south 8(1(1 feet more or less to nn intersection with the northerly line of placer mining claim No. "E236" according to the United States govei union! survey thereof, thence Is Your Nose on the Grindstone day in and day out without hope of advance- "* ment in wages or position ? Then the I. C. S. can help you. We train ambitious men or women, in spare time, for positions that pay well because special training is required for filling them. If you want to change your work, we can train you for a salaried posi tion in your chosen profession, without loss n of time from your uresent work. HERE IS A LIST OF COURSES: Rookeeper Stenographer Advertising Man Show ( ard Writing Window Trimming Commercial Law Civil Service Exams. Commercial Illustrating Textile Manufacturing Chemist LOCAL OFFICE OF THE I. C. S. 2916 Colby, Everett northeasterly following the northerly line of said claim to the northeast cor Iter thereof: thence south along the east line of said claim and said east line produced to the north or right bank of north fork of Skykomish river, thence easterly along said north bank of Sky komish river 7HO feet more or less to a point distant 72(1 feet cast measured at rigid angles from the east line of said placer claim No. "tStStf described above, thence north along a line parallel with and distant 720 feet east from said east line 1,200 feet more or less to a point on the south line of the "Rambler Lode" claim hereinabove described, thence north 74 degrees east along the south line of said Rambler Lode claim 960 feet inure or less to the east line of said section 17. thence north along said east line :t71i.2 feet to the place of beginning, ex cepting, however, such portion of Sky komish Mining it (Quarry company's placer claim "C 1882" as may be located within the premises which are specific ally excepted herefrom containing ex clusive of the lands in placer claim "C 130" above excepted 5(1 acres more or Ic-s. tli,. lands hereby granted being sub ject to an easement in the public for any puldic road or roads heretofore laid out or established and now existing over and across any part of said described land. Notice is therefore hereby given, that on the Oth day of September, A. I). 1911, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day. at the front door of the court house iv Everett, Snohomish county, state of Washington. I will sell all the right, title, claim and interest of above named defendant, or either of tbem, in and to Ihe above described property at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash. Dated at Kverett, Washington, this 12th day of July, 1911, G. 11. DEE I! ING, Sheriff of Snohomish County. By J. 11. SMITH, Deputy. W in. A. Greene, Seattle. Washington, Attorney for Plaintiff. Date of first publication, August 11, l!»ll. ot SUMMONS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF fHE STATE OK WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. Ila Kienitz. Plaintiff, versus T.co Kie nitz, Defendant. The Stale of Washington to Eeo Kienitz. the above named defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to «it. within sixty (CO) days after the 28th day of duly,' A. D. 1911, and de li ml 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 signed attorneys for 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 mand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of the plaintiff in the above entitled action is to secure an ab solute divorce from the defendant on the grounds of habitual drunkenness, non support, and cruel and inhuman treat meat. and for such other and proper relief as the court may deem proper in the premises, FAUSSETT & SMITH, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and postoffice address. 20C-7 Stokes Building, Everett. Washington. Hate, of first publication, July 28, 19 11. 1 Dull- of lust publication, September 8, 1911. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. In the Matter of the Assif.nin.nit of Al len Oerrish, Insolvent. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned lias qualified as assignee of the above named assignor. Allen Gerrish, doing business under the firm name and style of Kverett Paint. Paper & Art Co., insolvent, under a deed of assign ment filed In the office of the county auditor of the county and state afore said, on the 26th day of July, 1911, all creditors of said assignor and said in solvent are notified to present their claim to the undersigned within three Concrete Construction Electrical Engineer Power Station Sunt, Heavy Elec. Traction Telephone Expert Mechanical Engineer Mechanical ]>raftsman Machine Designer ( Ivll Engineer Surveyor No. —. Plumbing nnd Heating Stationary Engineers Building Contractor Architect Architectural Drafts. Structural Engineer Mining Engineer Mine Foreman Gas Engineer Automobile Punning months from the date of the first pub lieation of this notice, to wit. within three months from the 4th day of Aug ust, mil. duly verified as required by law. such claims must be filed with the undersigned at his office at No. 20. Realty building. Everett. Washington. JESSE 11. DAVIS, Assignee of Allen Oerrish, insolvent, Date of first publication. August 4, 1911. 7t No. 11G95 IN THE sum RIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH llam 0. Mathews. Plaintiff, vs. Eva Mat lews. I let'em hint. The State of Washington to tho said Eva Mathews. Defendant: Yon are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the flrsl publication of this summons, to wit. within sixty days after the 4th day of August. 10 11. ami defend the above entitled net ion in the above en titled court, and answer the coin plaint of the plaintiff, and servo a copy of your answer upon the under signed attorney for plaintiff, at his of fice below stated: and in ease of your failure so to do. judgment will he ren dered against you according to the de- ( mand of the complaint which has been filed with the clerk of said court. That tho object of this notion is for an abso lute divorce from defendant Eva Math ews. prayed for by plaintiff. Harry (I. Mathews, and for a dissolution of the bonds id' matrimony existing between saiil plaintiff ami defendant. GEORGE W. LOUTTIT, Plaintiff's Attorney. I. 0. address, Room IS, Realty build ing, corner Hewitt and Colby avenues, Everett. Snohomish county. Washing!on. Date of first publication. August 4, 1911. 6t I No. 2153. NOTICE OF HEARING OF FINAL AC COUNT AND PETITION FOR DIS TRIBUTION. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH, In the Matter of the Estate of Jonathan M. Cheney, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the final account of Clara J. Cheney, the admin istratrix of the estate of Jonathan M.I Cheney, deceased, has been returned to said court for settlement, and that the petition for final distribution of the estate has been filed with said account, and that the 25th day of August. 1911, at ten (10) o'clock a. m., of said day has been duly appointed by said court for the settlement of said account and hearing said petition, nt which time any person interested in said estate may ap [K'iir and file his exceptions, in writing, to said account, and contest the same. Dated this 21st day of .Tulv. 1911. CLARA J. CHENEY, Administratrix of Said Estate. Date of first publication, July 28, 1911. 4t ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR TIIK COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. In the Matter of the Guardianship of James Edward Gowdy, a Minor. It appearing to this court that Ed. Cowdy as guardian of the estate of lames Edward Gowdy, a minor, has filed his petition herein praying for an order authorizing him to sell or assign a con tract for the purchase of the following described real estate, situate in Sno homish county, Washington, and more particularly described as follows: Lot eight, block one, Plat of Home Acres, as shown by plat now of record and on file In the office of the county auditor of Snohomish county, Washington. Now, therefore, it is hereby ordered that all persons interested in said estate be and appear before the above entitled court, in the court room of department No. 2 of said court at the court house. Everett, Snohomish county, Washington, on the 28th day of August, A. D. 1911, at the hour of 10 a. m. of said day, at which time and place said petition will be heard, and then and there show cause, if any they have, why the petition should not be granted and an order be made to sell or assign said contract of pun base. It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published once each week for four consecutive weeks before the date of said hearing in the Labor Jour nal, a newspaper published at Everett, Snohomish county, Washington. Done in open court this 21st day of July, A. D. 1911. W. P. HELL, Judge. Date of first publication, July 28, 1911. " 4t No. —. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TDK STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND KOI! THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. In the Matter of the Estate of Sarah ■lane Stuver, IXteeased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, W. Stuver, administrator of tlie estate of SaraJi Jane Stuver, de ceased, to the creditors and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouch ers within one (1) year after the first publication of this notice to said admin istrator at the office of Coleman, Fog arty & Anderson, in the Walsh block, Kverett, Snohomish county, Washington, the same being the place for the trans action of the business of said estate. J. W. STUVER, Administrator of the Estate of Sarah .lane Stuver, Deceased. Dated the 17th day of July, 1011. Date of first publication, July 21, 1911, 5t Cigars, Tobacco, Fruit, Confec tionery, Etc. JOE RICH 1813 Hewitt Phone Ind. 677 X iS. D. LOVE. J. P. MELANO I Love & Melang GROCERIES, FRUITS, HAT, GRAIN and PRODUCE Colby and California Both Phones 256 NORTHERN TRANSFER CO. Office and Storage Waiehouse Across from Great Northern Freight Depot Sunset 191, Ind. 292 Friday. August 18, 1911. UNION MADE -T" ———- - ,— ' ._- -».■■■. ' • • "BLACK BEAR 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* 2912 Rockefeller Phone 271. The Labor Journal is printed here UNFAIR LIST * CASCADE PRINTING CO. J BARBER SHOPS — Independent * Barber Shop, 1207 Hewitt Aye. J ELECTRIC COMPANIES — The * Lighting, Maintenance and Con- J struclion departments of the t Everett Railway & Light Co., J and Snoqualmie Light Co. J IRON WORKS — Sumner Iron J Works, Nordeen Iron Works, J Bayside Iron Works, Everett t Iron Works. J AMERICAN PILE DRIVING CO. J BRICK LAYERS—O. A. Wheeler, • Dan McCarthy, Barney Grant, , and all bricklayers on Presby * terian church. J ELECTRICIANS- R. P. Bush, J. J F. Dare. > MITCHELL HOTEL, Barber Shop, J and Cafe. J CEMENT WORKER-Pettit, Sr J C. R. SCHWEITZER, Plumber. J A. BASSETT, Plumber. t MODERN PLUMBING & HEAT j ING CO. VAN VALEY BOTTLING WORKS EVERETT BOTTLING WORKS. t EAST SIDE PLUMBING CO, J 3316 Everett. t R. Springer, of Springer's Bazaar, J 1313 Hewitt avenue. J Warehouse foot of California * street. J P. SAMPSON, Contractor. J J. WINTERMUTE, Contractor. \ CARPENTERS— Platt, Paddock, t Ridgeway, Steel, M. W. Perkins O. P. Carver. PAINTERS — John Engblom, J — Ferguson. t PLASTERERS-W. A. Allya, t C Wheeler, A. E. Wright, Booth. J BARBER S-Wm. Whittaker, / Lowell. J By order EVERETT TRADES * COUNCIL. N. B. CHALDACOMBE. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND I.ICKNSKP EMBAI.MER Telephone Main 368 2812 Rockefeller Aye . Everett HAT GLEANERS Guarantee Men's and Ladies' Hats Cleaned Right 2810 Wetmore Aye. Sunset Main 298, Ind.