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Friday, April 19, 1912.
June Bride and Graduation Fabrics and Accessories Beautiful embroideries, plain dress linens, nain sook, long cloth, embroidered voiles, marquisettes in an unusually fine quality range; also lace and bands in scores of new patterns; likewise you'll find our dress accessory sections replete with every kind of need, such as gloves, ribbons, jewelry novelties, hair ornaments, neckwear, kerchiefs, etc., etc. Exclusive Styles Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets The Grand Leader COR. HEWITT AND COLBY See Our Great Spring Showing of New Parasols NORTHERN TRANSFER CO. Office and Storage Warehouse Across from Great Northern Freight Depot Sunset 191, Ind. 292 Everett Printers Who Can Pat the Label on Your Printing. 1 Everett Print Shop. 2 Herald Printing Company. 3 Tribune Printing Company. 4 Cascade Printing Company. C Puget Press. 8 Commercial Press. Acreage Five-acre tracts on State Aid Road near Silver Lake. Very easy terms. To see it is to buy it. John Mcßae Agent Rooms 1$ and 10, Pheae, Sunset 7M. Foots Bldg. WIENAND'S Photos Are Best 2809 Wetmore Aye. Ground Floor NION PLUMBING AND HEATING SHOPS. R. M. Westover. C. A. Healy. John Lower. B. M. Richards. J. H. Baillie. A. Hedlund. F. W. Dailey. A. P. Bassett. Thompson Plumbing & Heating Co. jßargreen's Golden DripCoffeej WILL PLEASE YOU 1 IMPERIAL TEA CO. ! 1407 Hewitt—Both Phones 14a j Everett's Largest Drug Store CITY DRUG STORE 1910 Hewitt Aye. Prescription Druggists 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 itspatronage- AMBULAECS ggjfii ROBBINS TRANSFER 00, Foao 171 AWSUTOS amy tint EVERETT TENT * AWNING- QQ. BAOOAOE, EXPRESS, FORWARD LEG ROBBIES TEAKBEEB 00. go— tTI. CAFES. WEISER'S GRILL, 1506 Hewitt. MAIZE CAFE, 1705 Hewitt. CLEAKIWO AUD PREBBIKG- Dye Warka, 1881 Wetmore CIOARS AMD TOBACCO. OHMS OULjOAOk, 1400 Hewitt. CLSTMIHO, FTJMnSHIMOS, EATS. J. a BENXETT. 1111 Howiti, Olotklag, CLOTHING EXCLUSIVE THE NORMAN SUIT HOUSE. UNFAIR LIST; ELECTRIC COMPANIES — Sno- ! qualmie Light Co. [ LAUNDRIES—French laundry. BARBER SHOPS — Independent I Barber Shop, 1207 Hewitt Aye. t IRON WORKS — Sumner Iron 1 Works, Nordeen Iron Works, 1 Bayside Iron Works, Ever*tt J Iron Works. i AMERICAN PILE DRIVING CO. ! BRICK LAYERS—Barney Grant. J ELECTRICIANS—R. P. Bush, J F. R. Hare. < MITCHELL HOTEL, Barber Shop, j and Cafe. J RESTAURANTS—Lord's Cafe. \ CEMENT WORKER—Pettit, Sr J C. R. SCHWEITZER, Plumber. j VAN VALEY BOTTLING WORKS ' EVERETT BOTTLING WORKS. , EAST SIDE PLUMBING CO., ! 3316 Everett. Warehouse foot of California 1 street. P. SAMPSON, Contractor J. WINTERMUTE, Contractor. CEMENT CONTRACTORS — Mr. CARPENTERS— Piatt, Paddock, I Malone, Geo. Gullickson, by the | B. T. C. 1 Ridgeway, Steel, Brezee, O. P. Carver. LASTERERS —A. E. Wright, A. L. Knapp, Booth. BARBER S V■ Whittaker, Lowell. * By order EVERETT TRADES COUNCIL. Star Theatre PATHE'S WEEKLY PICTURES Every Monday and Tuesday DRUGGISTS. EVERETT DRUG CO, Rucktr A Hewitt linillllSl AJCP PIAHO MOV LUG TSMIHS TKAItirER CO- Foae STI. LI VERT MACES, AMBULANCE. ROBBINS TRANSFER CO., Foao S7l. HARDWARE, STOVES, TOOLS. CURRAN HARDWARE CO. Hewitt and Broadway. JEWELRY, SPORTING GOODS REP AIRINB. NICK OBAD, 8004 Hewitt. MEAT MAREBTS. BROADWAY MARKET, 8010 Hewitt. Both Phonea 84. SAED AMD GRAVEL U. W. SHAW, Cement, Bldg. Material, Sand, Gravel, Cement, Sewer Pipe a specialty. Main 651. Ind. 513. TRANSFER AMD STORAGE. ROBBINS TRANSFER CO., Worn* VI. LOCAL NOTES Tailored suits, alterations, dressmak ing, 20HS Pine. Watch for tb'' display ad. in next week's Journal ami Commonwealth of the sliingle weavers' eleventh annual ball in Liberty Hall. May 4. Several committees are out anil are working hard to make the coming event a record breaker. Removal Sale. Close out stock, 25 to 50 per cent by May 10. W. T. Pill man & Co., 1!)06 Hewitt. A dozen lady members of the Ladies' Kabcl league met in the Labor Temple Wednesday afternoon to plan active work for the future. f!et that overcoat and suit cleaned and pressed at the American Dye Works. Phones 248. Ted Plackford and A. J. Collins of the typos are in Lethbridge, Alberta. Bet they'll lu> back before snow flies again. Eggs for hatching from four fine pens; also n few yeai-old cockerels for sale. Hall's Peerless B. C. White Leg horns, 1502 Ojikes Aye. Brother Brown of the shingle weavers' international was the principal speaker at a mass meeting held in Granite Falls I; 1— t Sunday afternoon under the auspices of the local shingle weavers. The meet ing was called to protest over the au thorities' handling of the Grays Harbor strike. Watch our windows for specials. Bell's, 1914 Hewitt Aye. Every plumber that was able to be about was at the Labor Temple Friday evening, the occasion being a smoker. . .early a dozen Seattle plumbers were present as guests. Every one present was compelled to enliven the occasion with a song, a recitation or a story, or suffer banishment from the refreshment table. The soiree broke up about 2 g. m., every body singing "For he's a jolly good fellow." Gloves, Purses, Leather Novelties. Ogrosky's, 2001 Hewitt. PRODUCER AND CONSUMER. Their Relations Discussed by State Secretary Giles. By W. N. GILES Three elements enter into the cou sumer's cost of Living - production, transportation and distribution. The high cost of living is not caused wholly by v relatively diminishing food supply resulting from wornout soil, improper tillage and poorly managed farms us is frequently stated. Of the value of farm products only about one third goes to the producer. The people must be brought to realize that tbe producer transporter or distributer and con gumer have a common interest and injury to one is injury to all One ob ject for which tbe grange was estab lished is to bring the producer and consumer into direct relation. Severn I county granges have put in successful operation forces for accomplishing this The Onondaga county grange is sys tematically collecting data with regard to farm crops. The same grange is about to establish a storehouse In Syracuse, where produce may be stored iv case the market Is not satisfactory The Cayugn County Trade association is conducting a large nnd profitable business both buying aud selling. Tbe Seipio Patrons' Supply company lias another grange association la the satin county carrying on a successful huai uess in general merchandise, grain and fertilizers. Through co-operation the Owaseo grange secured fertilizers ai about half the usual cost. It is pos sible to make a great saving in buying supplies by dealing together, but there Is great need of some successful plan to market our products. The nrodueei and consumer must be brought togetb er and taught that they have n grotini' if common Interest Big Suit Sale Tomorrow Suits worth up to $22.50 Less than Half Price A good many particular women await these special sales in order to buy a suit for everyday service or to don on less important days. In fact, we sell a pood many of these snils at $10 to women who are accustomed to wen ring forty to fifty dollar garments. Hence, this sale which offers the biir gest values of the year will be largely attended. Women's and misses' suits made of serges and fancy wor steds in navy, black .tan gray and many stripes and checks. The coats are semi-fitting and both plain tailored and fancy trimmed and lined with messaline. Tbe skirts are plain tail ored. Priced Specially at $10.00 The Stone Fisher Co. $5.00 Tailored Waists for $2.50 Optical work of nil kind-'. Bell*, 1814 Hewitt Aye. Jeff lost his bunch of keys while up at Tolt Saturday. He'd have lost his brains if he'd have had nny to lose. Do you know that the Everett Dairy is making ICE ( BEAM (his season? Wj* have the largest and most sanitary plant and are making good ice cream at reasonable prices, (live us a trial. We know you will be pleased. BOTH PHONES. No meeting was held of the Trade* Council last Friday evening, the mem bers adjourning to Liberty Hall to at tend the protest meeting. Every day we will have (pedals. Bell's, 1811 Hewitt. Something doing in the frolic line to morrow night at Liberty Ball when tbe pressmen* union pulll Off its grand hall. Wagner's orchestra of five piece*. W. li. Moore is pursued by a hoodoo. Last fall he was severely cut on a shinude saw at the Northwest shingle mill and was laid up for several weeks. This week his hand again came in eon tact with a shingle saw in one of the local mills. •T. G. Webster of the typographical union drew his card and departed for Wcnatchce Sunday last to accept a "sit" on the Republic. "MISS DUDELSACK" COMING SATURDAY, APRIL 20. i.ulu Glaser is coming to the Everett theater on Saturday evening. April 20, -for an engagement of one night in her latest success, "Miss Dudelsack." This European operetta has been seen in every city on the continent. Its allur ing music and romantic and amusing story has attracted widespread attention in Boston, Washington, Baltimore. Phil adelphia and Chicago, where "Miss Dudel sack" has been declared to give Miss Glaser the best part sin- has had since "Dolly Varden." 'Miss Dudelsack" (Miss Bagpipes) is an operetta of the Viennese type, with a Scotch story and music of the lilting and melodious sort, such as has characterized recent impor tations. The Philadelphia Record de clared that Miss Glaser is at her best in this operatta, and during its entire engagement at the famous old Chestnut Street Opera House in that city, the charm and swing of "Miss Dudelsack" has made the operetta one of the aub stantial hits of the year. A beautiful scenic production, a cast of twenty, a chorus of forty, and a special orchestra will be features of the engagement in this city. and Saturda $6.00 Women's Sweaters $2.50 THE LABOR JOURNAL Fine Watch repairing. Bell's. TO LABOR. Shall you complain who feed the world, Who clothe thi world, Who house the world.' Shall you complain who are the world Of what the world may do? As from this hour You are your power. The world must follow you. The world's life hangs on your right hand, Tour strong rUht hand, Your skilled right hand You hold the whole world in your hand. See to It what you do Or dark or light Or wrong 01 right. The world is in :de by you. Then rlso as yen never rose before. Nor hoped before. Nor dared before. And show as was never shown be fore The power that lies In you. Stand all ns one! See Justice donel Believe and dare and do! —Charlotte. Perkins Gilman. SI Q.OO t . I Union Roster j Evprrtt Trades Council nicctfi every Friday night at Lfbor Temple, at 8 p. m. I'l c si,|, nt, W. L. Williston. Secretary, D. T. Freeberg, Bos 38. Everett Building Trades Council meet* every Friday night at Labor Temple •Very Friday at Labor Temple at 8 p. m. President, Geo. .Morton; Fin. Secy., Fred Cuffin, Phone Sunset loi!.s. Business Agent, c. W. Knapp, 2G>'4 Oakes, Phone md. 456 Y. Lathers' Local 77, L. I. U.; meet* every Saturday at 8 p. m., at Labor Temple, in Hall No. 4. Prod Michel, Secretary. Phone Ind. 880. Bridge & Structural Iron Woiker*' Union meets every Ist and Srd Saturday in Hall No. 6. President Ed. Nelson; Secretary, A. S. Bailiff, lS2;i Wet mors. Cooks, Waiters and Waitresses Union meet* first and third Mondays at I p. m. Blanche Hendrix, Pres.; \i. 11. Highbirg, Sec.-Treaa., phone Ind. 993. Shirt Waist & Laundry Workers' I'nion No. 164, meets 2nd and 4tli Friday, at 8 p. m. Ella Sullivan, ires.; Henry Engcr, Secy. Typographical Union No. 410 meets on the last Monday in each month at !> p. m. \\ endell Wiililton, President. Grant McNeely, Secretary. Machinists' Union No. 1:10 meets the 2d and 4th Wednesday at 8 p. m. In Hall No. 3. President, C. A. Ristine. Sec retary, Bert E, Tyler, 1810 Rainier. Tailors Union No. 335 meets the Ist Tuesday of each month at 8 p. m., iv Mall No. 5. Pres., C. Christiansen; Fin. Sec, Peter Nesje. Brotherhood of Teamsters—Meets every Tuesday at 8 p. in. Robert Loveall, President. Thos. Gooley, Secretary. Brotherhood of Railway Carmen meets second and fourth 'Thursday in Hall No. 5 at 8 p. m. Journeymen Barbers Union No. 440 meets 3d Thursday at 8 p. m., in Hall No. 5. W. O. McAllister, Secy. Phone 880 X Ind. indies Auxiliary of the Machinists meets every Ist and Brd Fridays at 2:30 p. m. in Hall No. 2. President, Mrs. E. J. Allen. 192 7 Oakes; Secy, Mrs. B. E. 'Tyler, 1822 Rainier. Pressmen's Union meets the first Wed nesday in each month at 8 p. m. iv Hall No. 5. 'Thos. McKern, Pres.; J. Ristine, Secy., 1513 Wetmore. Cigarmakers' Union No. 408 meets the 2d Thursday of each month in Hall No. 3. 11. Ueberschal, Pres. Sheet Metal Workers' Union meets every 2d and 4th Monday at 8 p. m. in Hall No. 3. President C. H. Clifton, 2020 Summit; Secretary, A. H. Carpenter, 3601 Wetmore. Bricklayers' & Masons' Union No. 10 meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m. in Hall No. 4. Secretary, W. F. Me lang, 2r.1l Baker. Laundry Drivers' meet the 2nd Tues day in each mouth in Hall No. 5. T. C. Hall, Pres. 11. s. Enger, Secy. Electrical Workers' Union No. 191 meets! every Thursday evening at 8 p. m.,! in Hall No. 5. Pres., Theo. Sjunneson; I Fin. Secy., J. M. Gibbs, Sun. 1412. I Stationery Engineers' Union meets every Wednesday, except the first; in Hail No. 5. John Hart man, Secy. McDougallj D. Owen, Secretary, 1130 Lombard. Painters' Union No. 339 meets 'Lues days at 8 p. m. in Hall No. 3. Geo. Downing, Pres.; F. E. Merrifield, Sec, 3018 Lombard. International. Longshoremen's .Union— Meets every Tuesday evening in Longshoremen's Hall, X R. Aye. P. Martin, Pres.; John Lyons, Bee. P. 0. Box 132. Brewery Workers' Union, Branch 4 — Meets the 4th Sunday of each month at 8 p. 111. in Hall No. 4. President. Max Uillig. 2923' i Fulton. Secretary, Building Laborers--Meet.- every MomlaS night, S p m., Hall No. 3. Pres. A. Holmberg; Secy, P, A. Peterson, 3131 Nassau. International Brotherhood of Black smitsh and H e lpers' Local Union, No. 428 Meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month in Hall No. 5, at 8 p. m. I'reai dent, K. Cumniings, 2010 Highlanu; secretary, Win. O'Neill. 1984 Highland Plasterers' Union No. 190 meets every Tuesday at 8 p. m. in Hall No. 4. President, David Watt. Secretary, E. F. Davison. Phone Sun. 2244, Ind. BPSZ. Plumbers and Steam Fitters' Union- Meets every Monda> at 7: SO p. m. in Hall No. 5. Pre-.. C. Hall; Secy., John Watson, 2.">18 Hakor. Shingle Weavers' I'nion No. 2. meets every 1 ucsday evening at 8 p. m. in Hull' No. I, President Ralph Coleman, bee. Secy., It C. Kngels, 2813 Pacific. Fin. Secy, E. P. Marsh, Labor. Temple. International Alliance Theatrical Stage Employe, Local, No. 180 —Meets firat and Third Sundays at 10:30 a. m. t has. Golillhorpc. Pres., Hose Theater; Mark Bcbeaii, Secy., Box 478. i Retail Clerks' I 'nion meets Ist and 3d Wednesday at 8 p. m. in Hail No. 2. Caipenteis' Union No. 502 meets every Thursday evening in Hall No. 2, at 8 p. m- President, L A. Suydam. 3324 Pine. Secretary. Sam Dale, 3419 Norton. Gas Workers' Union meets every Wed naedsj in Hall No. 3 at 8 p. m. H. Melding. Secy.. 3218 Wetmore. Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen- Meets every first and third Sundays in G. A. t. hall. \\\ D. Van Winkle. , Secy. Musicians' Union No. 184, A. F. of M., meets second Sunday of each month at 3:30 p. m., in Hoom 16, Clark block. $25 to $30 AO-Wool Suits Made to Order All patterns and colors. Every piece of cloth in the store is yours to choose from—all at the one price, $15.00. Our plan of selling direct from mill to man saves all the middleman's profits. You get double value at half the cost. COUPON VALUE, $1.00 This coupon, when signed by customer and store force, will be accepted in any of oar 117 stores as a One Dollar payment upon the purchase of any Suit or Overcoat to your order. Only one coupon accepted for each sale. TVS COUPON GOOD UNTIL HAY 1. Cadaver's Signtar* — CusfoPKr'i Aairm , , ■■ . — ■■ Manager — Csduer - LABOR JOURNAL Salesaus , ff=>V Tskf Advutscc sf This Ofn, si ass Cssats «9 mt asessr spa 1904 HEWITT We Give &tf Green Trading STAMPS Cascade Printing and Stationery Co. 1608 Hewitt Avenue WE LEAD while others follow FOR PINE PHOTOS Tbe Brusb stu<Jio WE MOVED TO COMMERCE BLDG. Phone 700. Patronize the Journal advertisers No per son or firm unfair to organized labor can buy space in the Journal. Read the ads and pat ronize them. Have Your Letterheads, Bill Heads, Etc. printed on paper bearing the Papermakers Label. Only obtainable at Everett Print Shop DISTINCTIVE PRINTING All Phones 33 UNIQUE TAILORING AND , CLEANING PARLORS All Work Guaranteed Phono*: Sun. 2247, Ind. 26 j 2907 BROADWAY | FOR £. E. WEBER, Proprietor The Star Shoe Store 2903 Hewitt Avenue- -Riverside Everett. Waah. Label Paper 2912 Rockefeller THE E P. CHARLTON CO. ! 1818-ao Hewitt Aye. 5-10 15c Store All Union Clerki ORIGINAL $15 TAILORS 117 Stores Now Imitators Flatter Ui