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Friday, November 8, 1912.
The Grand Leader Introducing The New Addition In order to fittingly introduce you to the New Addition, we have arranged to have Something Special Each Day in one or the other of the departments now located in that new, well lighted space which has its entrance right near the Colby avenue street entrance. Corsets, Undermuslins, Suits, Coats, Wraps, Furs, Kimonos, House Dresses and other ready-to-wear apparel are here for your inspection. Whether you wish to purchase or not, come in and look around. NORTHERN TRANSFER CO. Office and Storage Warehouse Across from Great Northern Freight Depot Sunset 191, Ind. aga dj C Brings *pO OLIVER Typewriter Send $5 for The Oliver Typewriter—the machine will come a-flying. The newest Model —No. s—the regular $100 machine—with no extra charge for l'rintype. For the price of a good fountain pen you secure the World's Greatest Typewriter. You can pay the balance at the rate of 17 cents a day. This irresistible "$5 offer" is sweeping everything before it. The era of universal type writing is coming. The triumph of the typewriter over primitive pen-and-ink has been brought about by the same machine that introduced visible writing. OLIVER THE STANDARD % A 8 JLa» VISIBLE WRITER | W PCVwI iXOI This is the typewriter whose high efficiency has made it the choice of the greatest firms and cor porations. It is the simplet of all standard typewriters, and yet the SWIFTEST and by far the most VERSATILE. The moving parts work freely In a solid metal framework, making the machine so Btrong that the hardest ÜBage has no effect upon It. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR "PRINTYPE" Most people prefer to have the machine equipped to write in Printype. This beautiful type is ob tainable only on The Oliver Typewriter. It is the greatest STYLE improvement ever evolved for typewriters—the most easily read type in existence the type which conforms to that in universal use on the world's printing presses! WIN SUCCESS WITH THE OLI VER The Oliver Typewriter aids success-seekers in a multitude of ways. The real-life stories of achieve ment that center around it would fill VOLUMES iue»i w»i No matter what your work may be—in office, store, shop or horne —The Oliver Typewriter will prove itself a great convenience and an actual MONEY-MAKER It stands Tor ORDER and SYSTEM aud SUCCESS. It is the visible evidence of the PROQRESSIVENESS of its owner. Young people with brains, ambition and Oliver Typewriters are succeed ing EVERYWHERE. Can you afford to let $6 stand between you and SUCCESS? SEND FOR SPECIAL CIRCULAR AND ART CATALOG Full details regarding the Oliver Easy-Purchase-Plan, beauti ful catalog and a specimen letter written in Printype will bo sent yOU Let r thlß eß *s offer awaken you to your NEED of The Oliver Tvoewrlter and tne ease with which you may OWN it. * $5 only and ON COMES THE OLIVER TYPE WRITER! SALES DEPARTMENT THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY v 4 18 union St., Seattle, With. COR. HEWITT AND COLBY U. S. Postoffice Sub-Station No. 4 MILLINERY Everything New in Fall and Winter Hats at MacBEAN'S 1924 Hewitt Aye. WIENAND'S Photos Are Best 2809 Wetmore Aye. Ground Floor EVERETT UTILITIES CO. W. E. Bennett, Manager Gas, Electric and Gasoline Spe cialties, Automobile and Auto Cycles »Bi4 Rockefeller Ay., Everett, Wn. Sunset 816, Ind. 67X WOOLWORTH CO. 5-10-15 Cent Store 1818 Hewitt Butter and Cheese for Less DAIRY SUPPLY 2006 Hewitt S. & H. Green Trading Stamps Everett's Largest Drug Store CITY DRUG STORE 1010 Hewitt Aye. Prescription Druggists WAITERS' CONFECTIONER Try Our Salted Peanuts and Popcorn Crisp REEF GROCERY CO. Fancy and Staple Groceries, Flour and Feed 1912 Hewitt Avenue Phones: S. S. 197, Ind. 437 If You Must Take MEDICINE Get it at DARLING'S ißargreen's Golden Drip Coffee WILL PLEASE YOU IMPERIAL TEA CO. 1407 Hewitt—Both Phones ''% THE LABOR JOURNAL FOOD FOR THOUGHT. The big, powerful unions of to day are not the result of acci dent, the mere turn of fortune. Rather are they the result of patient, painstaking, intelliKent management. There is always some good reason why one union Is able to weather the storms en countered on the journey while others collapse nnd die. The liand of union men who nre Will ing to make material sacrifices constantly In the interest of the union will have a strong union. And by sacrifices Is not meant striking indiscriminately or Bak ing 11 lot of noise, hut rather the willingness to bear up under heavy assessments In order that strikes, when necessary, may be properly supported and prosecut ed to f successful conclusion. The uulou which is always com pelled to ask for financial as sistance when trouble comes, In the very nature of things, can not bo as strong nnd successful as the union which finds it pos sible to finance its own fights. There is food for thought In this argument. Noise Is cheap, but It doesu't produce the results.— San Francisco Labor Clarion. A TEMPLE FOR LABOR. Union Men of Quincy, 111., Erect a Sub- stantial Building. Quincy now hus a labor temple the superior of any in the middle west. It was dedicated on Sunday, Oct. 6. Only one other in the couutry will surpnss It in point of actual investment, that at Los Angeles, although there Is now one being built at San Francisco, which is to cost $100,000. The orig inal cost of the local building was $33, 000. There are twenty-seven unions in Quincy, nnd every one is a stockholder in the labor temple. On the third floor is the auditorium, with truss celling aud clear, unob structed floor, a room ll'Vi by 30Mi feet in size and said by those compe tent to judge to possess perfect acous tic properties, words spoken in con versational tones being carried Cis tiuctly and clearly to the far end of the hall. It has a white maple floor, making It adaptable for dances, of which there may be many during the Indoor amusement season. No lntoxi eating liquors will be permitted in this hall. Ballrooms In other cities are con ducted without barroom adjuuets, and the labor temple association Is of the opinion that such can be profitably maintained In Quincy. Resides fiances, the room will bo for rent for political meetings, lectures, etc., aud practically ull forms of entertainment that can be given from a platform. There Is am pie space for an audience of 1,000 per sons lv this room. Electrical Training School. After making all arrangements foi reopening their technical school classes the union electrical workers of Minne apolis have accepted a proposition from the Minneapolis board of educa tion and the union members will join the winter classes. Professor J. N. Greer, representing the board of edu cation, went before the Electrical Workers' union and presented n plan which embodied the abandonment of the school contemplated by the union and merging its interests in the night school classes. It is said that a thor ough training In modern practical elec tricity will be afforded, covering a period of four years. The best of equipment Is said to be available and the school will be assisted by a num ber of electrical equipment houses which carry full lines of up to date apparatus. It Is said much of the equipment will be manufactured as the classes advance, while the ad vanced classes will be building elec trlcal machinery from the very begin Ding. Another thing particularly agreeable to the union electricians is that some of the teachers are to be taken from their own ranks. Wages Here and In Europe. As to the misleading statement thnt the wage earner here is getting from more than double to six and seven times the wages paid In Europe aud is lv that proportion better able tc meet any Increase In the cost of living, the average wage statistics here show that the average wages of ndult males arc In the neighborhood of $000 per au num. But a study of classified wag( statistics shows that half of the adult males working in the Industrial sec ttona of the United States receive less than $000 a year; three-fourths nre paid less than $750, aud less than one tenth earn $1,000 a year.—New York Journal of Commerce. 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- Ambulance Service. ROBBINS TRANSFER CO., Pone 371. Awnings and Tents. EVERETT TENT & AWNING CO. Baggage, Express, Forwarding. ROBBINS TRANSFER CO., Fone 371. Cafes. WEISER'S GRILL. 1505 Hewitt. ' MAIZE CAFE, 1705 Hewitt. Cleaning and Pressing. AMERICAN DYE WORKS, 2821 Wet more. Cigars snd Tobacco. CHRIS CULMBACK, 1405 Hewitt. Clothing ""CTbENNP/PT; 13)1 Hewitt, Clothing." Clothing Exclusive. THE NORMAN (SLUT HOUSE. Helping the Needy. The International Typographical un ion maintains Its old age pension upon n percentnge basis, each member Contributing one-half of 1 per cent upon his earnings, nnd ench month the local union transmits to the Interna tional headquarters the percentage pay ments of the tneuibera. Those old dauguerreotypes of grand father and grandmother and Aunt Mary and mother taken just after the war— and then the quaint pictures of father money wouldn't buy them from YOU. Arc you forgetful of the fact that future generations will cherish just such pic tures of youT Photographer B. J. Brush 512-616 Commerce bldg. "The greatest Roman of them all" is William Jennings Bryan as he sees his party swept into success and an other man attain the exalted position he himself three times sought and was three times denied. He is an un grateful democrat who does not pause for a moment in the hour of his party's triumph and think of the fig ure who stood out at Baltimore against he Ryans and Belmonts and single handed compelled the nomination of ,Woodrow Wilson. Application No. 408. NOTICE OF SALE. RIGHT TO LEASE HARBOR AREA. Notice is hereby given that in pursu ance of an Act of the Legislature of the State of Washington, approved March 10, 1807, and acts amendatory thereof and supplemental thereto, and an order of the Board of State Land Commis sioners of the State of Washington made and entered on the 18th day of October, 1912, directing same, on Saturday, the seventh day of December, A. D. 1012, at the hour of ten o'clock in the fore noon of said day, at the front door of the Court House of Snohomish County, State of Washington, the right to lease the harbor area herein descrihed, for the period of ten (10) years, for the uses and purposes authorized by law, will be sold at public auction by the County Auditor of said County, subject to confirmation by the Board of State Land Commissioners, to the person, as sociation or corporation offering at pub lic sale to pay to the State the highest sum as a cash bonus for such lease. The successful bidder will be required to pay the amount of his bid in cash at the time of sale and to submit to the Board of State Land Commissioners plans and specifications showing in de tail the improvements he proposes to make upon said harbor area, and to furnish a bond in such sum, within the lawful limits, as may be required by the Board of State Land Commission ers, and to pay as rental for the use of said harbor area, annually, the sums specified in the schedule hereinafter given. The harbor area to be leased as above specified is described as follows, to wit: All those portions of the harbor area in front of section 11, township 28 north, range 5 east W. M., as shown on the Harbor Line Commission map of Sno homish Harbor, filed May 3, 1892, in the office of the Commissioner of Pub lic Lands at Olympia, Washington, de scribed by metes and bounds as fol lows: Beginning at the westerly end of the outer harbor line, as shown on said map of Snohomish Harbor, said point being on the west line of said section 11, and running thence along said outer harbor line north 78° 39' east, 908.04 feet, south 86° 39' east, 720.05 feet, and south 66° 46' east, 018 feet, to the true point of beginning of this description; thence south 66° 46' east, along the outer harbor line in front of a part of lot 2 of said section 11, 322 feet; thence north 23° 14' east, 15 feet, more or less, to the government meander line; thence northwesterly along said mean der line 325 feet, more or less, to a point which is north 23° 14' cast from said true point of beginning; thence south 23° 14' west 20 feet, more or less, to the true point of beginning; also Beginning at the westerly end of the outer harbor line, as shown on said map of Snohomish Harbor, said point being on the west line of said section 11. and running thence north 78° 39' cast, 702.04 feet to the true point of beginning of this description; thence along the outer harbor line in front of a part of lot 3 of said section 11, north 78° 39' east, 200 feet and south 86° 39' east, 275 feet; thence north 3° 21' east, 20 feet, more or less, to the government mean der line; thence westerly along said meander line 490 feet, more or less, to a point which is north 11° 21' west from said true point of beginning; thence south 11° 21' east, 40 feet, more or less, to the true point of beginning. Annual rental appraised at $35.00. Witness mv hand and official seal this 26th day of' October, A. D. 1912. (Seal) FRANK C. MORSE, Assistant Commissioner of Public Lands and Ex-officio Chairman of the Board of State Land Commissioners. Date of first publication, Nor. 1, 1912. 6t Druggists. EVERETT DRIP CO., Rucker j Hewitt. Furniture and Piano Moving. ROBBINS TRANSFER CO.. Fone 371. Livery, Hacks, Ambulance. ROBBINS" TRANSFER 00.," Fone 371 Hardware, Stoves, Tools. CURRAN HARDWARE 00., Hewitt ami Broadway. Jewelry, Sporting Goods, Repairing. NICK CHAD, 2!»04 Hewitt. Meat Markets. BROADWAY MARKET, 20U Hewitt. Roth Phones 34. Sand and Gravel. H. W. SHAW, cement, building material, ■and, gravel, sewer pipe a specialty. Main IV.I, Ind. SI3. Transfer and Storage. I. • 'RUINS TRANSFER CO., Fone 371. 50 Ladies' COATS Worth Up to $15— $9.98 Every Coat an authentic winter style, made of fashionable fabrics, not commercially thrown together for a sale, but Coats from our own good stock. Coats with individuality that marks all qualities and styles from this store. They came to us from a manufac turer that is a little cramped for the ready cash, and consequently, this purchase will mean our customers' advantage. We do not know whether such Coats at such prices can at any time in the near future be found here or elsewhere. Barron Furniture Company FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, CARPETS, CHINA 2813-15-17-19 Colby 0. S. Foster, Manager PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Wood! Wood! We have on hand a large supply of Mixed Wood Planer Ends Prompt Delivery and Attractive Prices Ferry-Baker Lumber Co. Sunset 886, 887—PHONES—Independent 88 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 CARSTEN'S PACKING COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Dealers Fresh and Salt Meats, Hams, Bacon, Lard and White Swan Shortening All Our Products Are United State| Government Inspected 2818 Colby Aye. Both Phones 21 -THE Block Wood 16 in. Slabs 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 EVERETT Page Three. 4 Per Cent Interest on Savings Deposits