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Friday, August 18, 1911.
LOCAL NOTES The l.ilsir Day Committee will niccd promptly nt. ten o'clock next Snndaj morning ami anyone having business concerning Labor Day with the com mittee would do well to remember the hour. WEBORG'S MILK BREAD. Have you tried Wcborg's Milk Bread 1 It will be on sale at grocers generally Monday. It is wrapped in sanitary waxed paper; no flies or dust can injure its purity. Your money back if it is not the best bread you ever bought. Ameri can Ha king Co. Operator Wllllston of the News force is cavorting with the ' Hello Hill" crowd nt Olympis this week. Williston's home lodge is in the capital city. If quality counts, try us. American Dye Works, 2821 Wetmore. We are inclined to stand with the school board on the matter of a pub lic playground. The providing of healthy, sane amusement for the chil dren and young people is nn imperative E. E. WEBER, Proprietor The Star Shoe Store 2903 Hewitt Avenue—Riverside Everett. Wash. Everett Trust & Savings Bank EVERETT, WASH. Under the Same Management as the First National Bank INTEREST Compounded Twice Each Year Wm. C. Butler, Pres. F. W. Brooks, Cashier 2813 - 15 - 17 - 19 COLBY AVENUE THE BIG STORE All Of Everett And Vicinity, Should Be Interested In This Great, Close Out Sale GUARANTEE We guarantee each and every article to be just as represented. If not, re turn it nnd get your money back. No Need to Be Dissatisfied. ANY MANS SUIT at 1-2 Price THERE ARE 107 SUITS IN ALL MEN'S FANCY VESTS Inventory shows we have on hand 18 good style fancy vests for men, in white, fancy stripes, plaids, etc. We shall close these vests out at 1-4 of their original price. MEN'S COLLARS We have a complete assortment of men's Collars, both in style and sizes. 'I'hese collars ure world famed and the price is usually reg Ula ted. We close them out at east ern cost. 86 ladies' Silk Waists.worth from $2.00 to $0.00; to close out at H ALF I>I ice. 35 ladies' Tailored Waists; worth from $2.00 to $3.00; to close out, each $1.25 Re our steadfast purpose that this institution shall always be known above Others for absolute and unquestioned reliability -For integrity to the people-If its not right- bring it back need in any community if we are to be followed by a generation worthy the name of American. It is unfortunate that adjacent property owners see fit to block the efforts of the board to se cure ground centrally located as it ap pears to us that any inconvenience or trifling annoyance caused by the chil dren at play or by the athletic games held would be repaid a thousand fold iv the wholesome good it would do to the growing generation. Maulsby A Sons. New Undertaker? corner Wall and Wetmore. Private ambulance service. Phone 869. Sunday morning, August '27th. at 10 o'clock is the time set for a meeting of the Labor Day grand marshal and all his aides to plan the line of march and make sure that no hitch will oc cur in connection with that event. Tn another column appears the number of aides which each union has been asked to select from its own membership. All organisations should elect or appoint their aides and send them to that meet ing. The committee has extended an Invi tation to merchants fair to organized labor to put floats in the commercial sect ion of the I>iibor Day parade. The stipulation is made that all drivers must be members of the Teamsters' union. This week we are adding to the .Tour nal a Woman's Department, which We hope to make one of tin- most Interest ing features of our weekly issue. Mrs. Moore has promised us that the Wo men's Isabel league will furnish items of useful Information on the scope of wo An account may be opened with this bank with a deposit of one dollar or more on any business day Robt. Moody, Vice-Pres. J. W. Clark, Asst. Cashier Entire stock of men's Tlldci-wear at 1-3 of regular price. 200 garments ill men's Wool Un derwear, dust the kind you must buy now. To close at 1-3 of regU lar price. f None to dealers nt this price. 1000 pair men's heavy Canvas Cloves. These are well made and should bring 10c. To ( lose at 3c. 75 men's Sweaters; values from $2.00 to $7.50. To close are offered at 13 regular price. 15 Linen Ladies' Tailored Waists worth from $1.85 to $2.75; to (lose at $1.50 150 gaIIIWU. ladies' Muslin I n derwear; worth from 2."> c to $5.00; to oIOM out at . . . 18c to $3.00 BARRON FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. THE BIG STORE | ON NORTH COLBY AYE. %0 °- J - FOSTER, MGR. 4 Per Cent Interest on Savings Deposits Amazing Values Are Offered You This sale is the result of our having made a mistake in not properly preparing for a Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing' Department before we took over the Jesdahl-Holmen Co.'s stock. The milk is spilt—no use crying. We want to right ourselves. We want to prepare for it, if we are to continue in Dry Goods. All we ask of the public is this: If you are interested in a greater, better, brighter, more up-to-date store in your midst- -co-operate with us in making selections at once, and thereby effect a handsome saving for yourself as well as assist us in clearing the stock, making the floor ready for contemplated alterations. You may be sure that thousands of economical buyers will be prompt —quick to grasp this rare chance to lessen the cost of wearing apparels. Mens Suits Reduced te Men's all wool Suits, good weight for fall and winter; worth $15.00 to $22.00. Now $7.98. MISCELLANEOUS nan's work in tan labor worMi nnd we earnestly trnsl thai the aromen will take hold of this department and make it v permsnenl feature of the Jonrnnl. George Biggins left Tuesday for that "dear old Frisco" and is by this time talking it over with all the old boys over an occasional high one. George left on the "prints' special." personally conducted by Harney Shannon, and what a time they will have during the I. T. U. convent ion. Shingle mills of the city have closed down for two weeks to improve market COndtions, Wouldn't an eight hour work day accomplish the same results with far less sacrifice to the workmenTThink it over. From now until Labor Day the gen eral committee having the celebration in charge will meet in Labor Temple every Sunday morning at 10:30. 1,. T. Smith, the sage of Duvall. was a Labor Temple visitor Monday. Funny how L. T. has scratched Everett oft his visiting list the past eight months. WEBORG'S MILK BREAD. Have yon tried Wcborg's Milk Bread? It will he on sale at grocers generally Monday. It is wrapped in sanitary waxed paper; no flies or dust can injure its purity. Your money hack if it is not the liest bread you ever lsmght. Ameri can Baking Co. Through the courtesy of Brothers Chisholm anil Nankins of the machin ists' union, the Journal force were treated to a launch trip up the Snoho mish river last Saturday. Tin- oppor tunity to forget labor troubles for a day and "get back to nature" was highly appreciated by "ye tired newspaper men." WEBORG'S MILK BREAD. Have you tried Wcborg's Milk Bread? It will be on sale at grocers generally Monday. It is wrapped in sanitary waxed paper; no flics or dust can injure its purity. Your money back if it is not the best bread you ever lsiught. Ameri can Baking Co. The hoys say that a good parson was spoiled when Johnnie Wallace turned coal miner. At least those who heard him at Waxwelton say so. Our advertisers furnish part of tho power that keeps steam under the boil ers and enables us to keep the old Jour nal factory going. So patronise them when trading and tell them you came to their places of business because yon saw their ads in the Journal. The shingle weavers will take several thoupsand copie sof the McNamara Res cue issue of the Appeal to Reason for free distribution. Shingle weavers are on a two weeks' thousand copies of the McNamara Res shingles on the market. Some of the boys might spend part of the time pon- LOT NO. 1 MISCELLANEOUS 47 boys' Suits, including the fine Corduroys; to close at HALF price. 12 nun's Smoking Jackets, in the latest styles ami materials; to close at HALF price. 30 dozen men's fine Dress Shirts; the union made kind; regular $1.50 \alues; to (lose at. each 85c M men's Overcoats. These are. of Bourse, last year's styles, but if you find Olie you like, it's HALF arte*. DRY GOODS and LADIES READY-TO-WEAR 880 dozen ladies ' Hose: worth from 12 1 2c to $1.25; to close out !">»' 10c to $1.00 Silk mercerized anil embroidered. LABOR JOURNAL dering on tin* eight-hour work day us a curative for overstocked markets. Uingling's circus brought the crowd into Everett hut took away from the city many times the amount of money it left or was responsible for leaving. The Labor Day celebration will bring money into Everett and every dollar will remain here and flow into the reg ular channels of trade. See the differ ence. Mr. Merchant V Paul K. Mohr of Seattle who deliver ed one of the Lalior Day ndresses at Kverett last year, will be the speaker at the Marysville celebration the fourth of next month. Charles Perry Taylor and John Wal lace delivered aide addresses at MaX welton last Sunday an I left a splendid impression on those present. Our only regret was that the vast auditorium was not filled with people on that occasion. If you like the Journal tell your neighbors about it and Induce them to add their names to our list. Labor Council Proceedings Council called to order at * p, m. with Pres. dinger in the chair. K. 0. Goldthrope of the stage workers and E. A. Francois of the plumbers were seated as delegates. The committee appointed to arrange for Labor Sunday at MaXwelton report ed that speakers for the day had been secured. Report was accepted and dele gates urged to attend the Chautauqua exercises on that day. Labor Hay committee reported every thing progressing smoothly towards it successful celebration. The list of un ions that had agreed to participate in the parade was read and a date set for a meeting of the grand marshal and the aids appointed by the various unions. Certain of the delegates wanted to know the status of Rainier beer since the local agency had been placed on tho Unfair List. It was explained by the delegates from the Brewery Workers that Rainier beer was made under union conditions but the local agency was unfair and that it could not be ex pected that union men would patronize an unfair agency even to obtain a fair product. A motion prevailed that the Secretary communicate with the brewery Workers in Seattle urging that they use their influence towards placing the local agency for that product with a fair firm to organized labor. Miss Beals. of Seattle, secretary of the Slate Anti-tuberculous League, was pre sent as a guest of the Council and ad dressed the delegates. Miss Beals is ar ranging for a moving picture exhibit in Puget Sound cities showing treat ment of tuberculois cases, evils of child labor, etc., proceeds to go into the treas ury of the anti-tuberculois league. Miss Heals reported that on Tuberculois Day LOT NO. 2 Men's high grade Suits, good assort ment of sizes, styles and colors; worth $18.00 to $22.50. Now $9.95. MISCELLANEOUS A big assortment of Men's Cloves, from thi' inexpensive to the finest kid; all reduced 1-3. Prepare now for cold weather. All jewelry, such as Cuff Buttons, Collar Buttons, Watch Charms and Fobs, Stick Pbu, etc., to close out at HALF price. All the men's fancy Kleevlets to close at HALF price. A big assortment of men's Belts to close at HALF price. 100 men's Fall Caps; all cut ONE BALE to close. 1.000 garments, ladies' fall weight I nderwear; worth from 25c to $1.75; to close out at 17c to $1.25 many public addresses had been deliv ered and I ton of literature had been distributed*. The Secretary was Instructed to write Ito the Secretary of Bellingbam Central Body and request that a certified copy of the water ordinance of thai eltj be furnished for use of the local Trades j Council. Thi' nominations and election of offi cers for the ensuing si\ months re sulted in the following officers being chosen: President) I!. J. Olinger; Vice. President. Sam Allen; Secretary, P. T. Free burg; Treasurer, K. J. Bdney; Ser geant at arms. Tho-. Qooley. Reports by union-: Brewery Workers: Union made soft drinks supplied in any qunntit) to retail dealers. Cigar Makers: One by card. In line Labor day. Longshoremeni Will be In line Labor day unless prevented by the sudden ar rival of some big shi|i for loading. Machinists: Strike condition- in |ii trict 2ti constantly Improving. Plumbers; Placed a fine of 86.00 on any member not parading Labor Day without good and sufficient excuse, Shingle Weavers I One initiation: $5 fine for any member not parading La bor Day. Stage Workers: Will have float in La bor Day parade and will give demonstra tion on grounds as part of afternoon program. Typographical: Urge all union men to ask business firms with which they did business to use union label on their print Ing. Tailors: lie-considered their action and will be in Labor Day parade, Teamsters: Seven itdtiat ions: w ill be in line strong Labor Day. Label League; Held a social session: Initiated several new members; more interest manifested In the work of the league than iv any previous meeting. WARRENSBURG PANTS A New Pair if They Rip UNION MADE ERICSON'S Riverside 2913 HEWITT Broadway Sheet Metal Works C. H. CLDTTON, Propr. Heating, Ventilating and Roofing All Kinds of Repair Work. Estimates Promptly Furnished. Phone Ind. a6Y. iq?7 Broadway EVERETT One-Half and Less LOT NO. 3 Our Best Men's Suits, including blacks and navys, Scotch tweeds and cheviots; worth $25.00 and $30.00 now $14.95. There is an accumulation of Hats. Included are such famous makes as stiti-on's. Knox. McKibboni and others. Isith in stiff and soft styles. We offer any hat in the house at HALF price. If your size is here buy it now. MEN'S SHIRTS The stock contains 20 dozen pleated and fancy men's Shirt-. IS dozen men's Work Shirts. 12 ,|o/,n Negligee Shirts. This slock i- lieu (i dozen ladies' .Sweaters, all col ors and styles; worth from $1.50 to $fM| to close out at $1.00 to ■ $3.75 MEN S HATS Monte Cristo Meat Market 1715 Hewitt Avenue B. ROSTED V. ENGMAN ROSTED & EINGmAIN GENTS' FURNISHINGS AND SHOES WE HANDLE BLACK BEAR PANTS, SHIRTS, ETC. 1817 HEWITT EVERETT, WASH. *t£*st. m ROSYLN, \ Black Diamond, &m 11 AjJk I Franklin m Vk WkWM and Mendota. Caayoiv Wood Co. Mill Wood, Timber and Planer Ends, Slab Wood Phones: Sunset 475, Ind. 395 Will Welcome a Case of EVERETT BEER It's in the quiet of your home that you will appreciate its excellence. Its fla vor is mild and delicious. Its brewed of the choicest materials. Its purity is absolutely guaranteed. m m Brewing Co: , 59 2813 - 15 - 17 - 19 %n? <\y Li D I AVENUE NORTH OF HEWITT AVENUE 100 PAIRS MENS PANTS at 1-3 Price and good value* at regular price. Wo close the lot out atl-Sregniar price. MEN'S TIES We have aiv men's lies. One lot of 25c value at 10c. ()| "' '" , "' vntnes 19c. 0w lot ol Me values at 23c. One lot of $1.00 values at 59c. Any tie in the lot is good value at regular. oil American Iteauty Oorteta; worth from $1.00 to $1.00; to close lor 75c to $3.00 30 House Ureases; worth from $140 to $3..V1; to . lose ont al 89c to $2.89 We Carry a Full Line of "Government Inspected Meats" I he Entire Family TERMS In this department at the prices quoted we arc obliged to ask for spot cash. Til the Credit You Want in Other Departments. THIS STOCK IS ALL NEW We find we have a great aesort ment of nun's Suspender-, among which are S do/en \ni.t- boxes; regular T.v set- at 35c. Genuine silk Suspenders, darters and Arm Bends, in neat case-: regular $1.00 package for 42c. stock of There are silks, mercerized, silk lisle, wool, cotton, etc.. in all colors and sizes. Every sock in the house on sale at 1-3 less than regular. This cut includes the famous De Kugo'l makes. All at 1 3 It 8 ladies' Suits $9.85 28 Skirts to close at co-t ; 50 aprons at various price*: 10 ladies' Wash Suits. All must go at a fraction of their value. Both Phones 201 MEN S SUSPENDERS MEN'S SOCKS 3