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The labor journal. (Everett, Wash.) 1909-1976, July 04, 1913, Image 3

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Friday, July 4. 191.T
THE GRAND LEADER
Dollar Sale of Royal Wor
cester Corsets~ u R , e a fsl.so Models
lo«• b« ! , y ' e u* tTa grade white batißte corsets, in the medium
flmLw- ilf ry IOn S hlps and back; fitted wj t h supporters; most
a 1 sbes 18 t "i* PerfeCt fiUing ' and our regular ?1 50 model =
Dresses
Ladies' Summer Dresses, all
of this season's models; a
fine variety to choose from
in the lot are white and col
ors. They have been selling
up to $18.50;
At $6.50
Mark Cross $5.00 Safety Razors at 25c
KLA-HOW-YAH, JULY 1, 2, 3, 4
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.
€vcrctt Brewing Oo.I B T
Both Phones 691
MODEL STABLES
Heavy Trucking, Transfer, Baggage
1 Livery, Hacks and Boarding
COR. GRAND & CALIFORNIA
CALL FOR THE
HAFERKORN SEAL
SOUDAN SECOND
Union Made by
Haferkorn Cigar Co.
SPECIAL AT $1.00
1 he Entire
Family
E. J. DWYER, Manager
and
5c Cigars
the
Suits
Tailored Suits, made of light
weight mixed wool materials;
also solid white heavy serge;
are strictly plain tailored;
there's a goodly number to
choose from. Prices were up
to $32.50;
At $10.00
Brick Storage Warehouse
EVERETT, WASH.
The Bumble Bee is a strong Unionist
EVERETT THEATRE
Tuesday, July 8.
The Triple Triumph of New York,
Chicago and Boston—2oo Nights
each to capacity houses.
Lew Field's All-Sar Company
In the Melodious Jumble of Jolli
fication Constructed for Laugh
ing Purposes Only
HANKY PANKY
15 Stars—l,ooo Laughs—so Sirenic
Beauties
ORDER YOUR SEATS EARLY
This attraction will positively sell out
Prices $2.00 to 50c
Seats on Sale at Darling's Saturday
SOCIAL SESSION DRAWS A
LARGE CROWD.
Reminding one of old times when the
league was first starting and every
body was full of pep, was the social
session given by the members of the
Women's Card and Label League in
the Labor Temple last Friday even
ing. The Trades Council held a short
session and adjourned to make room
for the festivities, the majority of the
delegates remaining to join them.
Card tables were set in the hall down
stairs and tables were laid overhead
loaded with good eats. Some forty
guests played progressive pedro until
the call came for an onslaught "on the
banquet table. Many old members of
the league who had been absent for
some months were seen again in the
hall and a revival of interest was
quite noticeable. It is time for some
of the members who have taken a rest
to get back into the harness. A few
tireless women have borne the bur
den for al these weary months amid
den for all these weary months amid
need help. So don't forget the league
meetings—every Friday night in the
lower hall in the Labor Temple.
MISS MAW IS QUEEN OF THE
KLA-HOW-YAH
Entering at a late hour in the con
test, Miss Winnifred Maw made a run
away race of it, winning handily over
the field and was crowned Queen of
the Kla-How-Yah at the Lincoln
school grounds Tuesday afternou by
Attorney H. B. La Monte.
Miss Maw and her attendant prin
cesses have been the center of attrac
tion during the celebration, and in
their pretty Indian costumes and
head-dresses have drawn many ad
miring glances and words of approval.
No feature has been complete without
the presence of the pretty bevy of
Kla-How-Yah princesses and they
have been kept on the go continuously
since the coronation.
Miss Maw has been given the title
of Queen He-al-lit-sah, which means
"Queen of the Rising Sun."
Night Shifts Abolished.
In consequence of the attitude adopt
ed by members of t Lie Amalgamated
Society of Engineers and the Steam
Engine Makers' society the officials nt
Chatham (Englnndi dockyard have dis
continued the employment at night
shifts. When employed on night shift
work the men were remunerated at
the rate of eight days" pay for Aye
days' work.
Shoem»ken of England.
In England the WIOMUkMV' union
lust year Increased It* membership from
82928 to 41.440 anal 1,8 funds to $770.
000. Kor unemployment support Inst
raar lIMOO eiparnled. for sick
ness 187.000 nnd for flues for brer.etie*
of trade agreements by strikes $400.
LABOR JOURNAL
KLA-HOW-YAH MARCH AND
TWO-STEP .
The Kla-How-Yah March and Two-
Step is just out and bids fair to be a
favorite air with the music loving
public. The lilting melody of the
march captures the senses as has
no other musical production of recent
date. Added interest is given to this ;
number from the fact that it was com- j
posed and published by a local wo
man, Mrs. Clara Gleason-Eldridge, I
under the direction of Prof. Oscar'
Moline. Mrs. Eldridge is the wife of j
iR. G. Eldridge, a member of the 10-j
cal Typographical Union, and has
won a name for herself in musical
circles by her successful musical
compositions.
No. 2952.
In the Justice Court, Before Noah
Shakespeare, a Justice of the Peace,
in and for Everett Precinct, Snoho
mish County, Washington.
J. E. Mcßride, Plaintiff, vs. Thomas
E. Homer, Defendant.
To Thomas E. Homer:
In the name of the State of Washing
ton, you are hereby notified that J. E.
Mo Bride has filed a complaint against
you in said court, which will come on
to be heard at my office in the Jus
tice's Court Room in the Court House
Annex, City of Everett, in Snohomish
County, State of Washington ,on the
6th day of August, 1913, at the hour of
nine o'clock in the forenoon of said
day, and unless you appear and then
and there answer, the same will be
taken as confessed, and the demand
of the plaintiff granted. The object
and demand of said complaint is to re
cover the sum of $30.00, together with
interest amounting to $90.00, for gro
ceries furnished defendant.
You are further notified that the
Great Northern Railway Company, a
corporation, is made garnishee defend
ant herein.
Complaint filed June 10th. 1913.
NOAH SHAKESPEARE,
Justice of the Peace.
First publication July 3, 1913
No. 2912.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for the County
of Snohomish.
In the matter of the Estate of Carl
Nurmi, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned Carl R. Johnson, has been
appointed administrator of the estate
of Carl Nurmi, deceased, and has
Qualified as such.
And notice is hereby further given,
by the undersigned Carl R. Johnson,
administrator of said estate, to the
creditors of and all persons having
claims against said deceased to ex
hibit them with the necessary vouch
ers within twelve (12) months after
the first publication of this notice, to
wit: Within twelve (12) months after
the 4th day of July, 1913. to the said
administrator at the office of Hulbert
& Husted, 401-404 American Bank
Building, Everett, Washington, the
same being the place for the transac
tion of the business of said estate in
The Viaduct
BOTTLED GOODS
Such as Pebble Ford $1.25
Old Crow $1.25
Finches' Golden Wedding. $1.00
Old O. F. C $100
Port Wine 75c
Per gal. up.
WE GIVE GREEN TRADING
STAMPS
John Jorgensen
Prop.
2116 Hewitt.
Snohomish County, Washington.
CARL R. JOHNSON,
Administrator.
, HUI.BERT & HUSTED, *
I Attorneys for Administrator.
Date of first publication July 4th,
,1913.
Date of last publication August Ist,
11913.
No. 2928.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for Snohomish
County.
In the matter of the estate of Francis
C. Sprehe, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed administrator of the above en
titled estate to the creditors of, and
to all persons interested, or having
claims against said estate and said
deceased, to exhibit them with neces
sary vouchers, within one year after
the first publication of this notice, to
the administrator at the office of Wil
liam Shelter, Attorney for the ad
ministrator, 330 Stokes Building, Ev
erett. Washington, the same being the
place for the transaction of the busi
ness of said estate.
Dated July 3, 1913, at Everett,
Washington.
F. J. MILLER,
Administrator of the above entitled
estate.
WM. SHELLER
Everett, Wash.
Attorney for Administrator.
Date of first publication July 4,
1913. 4t.
No. 13323
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION.
In the Superior Court of the State of:
Washington, for Snohomish County.
S. K. Painter and Lena R. Painter, 1
husband and wife. Plaintiffs, vs. J.
H. Gildersleeve, Defendant.
The State of Washington to the said
J. H. Gildersleeve, defendant:
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within sixty days after the date
of the first publication of this sum
! mons, to-wit, within sixty days after
the 4th day of July, 1913, and defend
the above entitled action in the court
aforesaid, and answer the complaint
of plaintiffs, and serve a copy of your
answer upon the undersigned attor
ney for plaintiffs, 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 the complaint, which has been filed
with the clerk of said court.
The object, of the above entitled ac
tion is to declare a forfeiture of the
written real estate contract entered
Into by and between you and plain
tiffs, dated August Ist, 1906, for the
purchase by you of Lot Number Seven,
in Block 384, Division "X," Plat of
. Everett, in the county of Snohomish,
and state of Washington, together
with the forfeiture by you of all pay
, merits of money and improvements
made by you under said contract.
G. S. JUDD,
Office and Postoffice address. Room
309 Commerce Building, Everett,
Wash.
| Date of first publication July 4,
1913. 7t.
W. 0. W. CARNIVAL
Kla-How-Yah
June 26th to Juiy sth
FREE ATTRACTIONS DAILY
Wocd Wood!
THEATRE
-TV V/ k3 J-L/ "Everett's Live Wire"
Do you go to
The Grand
—or just to a show?
PRINCESS
THEATER
"Home of the Mirror Screen"
HIGH CLASS
PHOTOPLAY, MUSIC AND
SINGING
Absolute comfort and perfect
amusement assured.
Do you read the Labor Journal? Do
you subscribe for it? If not, why not?
It fights your battles fifty-two times
a year and must be supported by you
if it is to live.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for Snohomish
County.
In the matter of the estate of Gust
Alhsen, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned executrix of the estate of
Gust Alhsen, deceased, to all the cred
itors of, and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers
within one year after the first publi
cation of this notice, to-wit, within one
year after the 6th day of June. 1913,
to the said executrix at the office of
Andrew Johnson, 2-3 Fobes Bldg., Ev
erett, Snohomish County, Washington,
In connection with the
Robbins' Park
Open Every Evening Except Sunday
We nave on band a large supply of
Mixed Wood
Planer Ends
Prompt Delivery and Attractive Price*
Ferry-Baker Lumber ! Co.
Sunset 886, 887—PHONES—Independent 88
High Class Vaudeville
Complete Change of Program
Wednesday and Sun da
Matinee Dally 2:30. Evenings 7:15 and 9:00
A $1.00 SHOW FOR 15c AND 25c
Block Wood
16 in. Slabs
Grand Theatre
the same being the place for the tran
saction of the business of the said
estate in the said county of Snohomish.
Dated at Everett, Washington, this
sth day of June, 191".
TEKLA MARIA ALHSEN.
Executrix.
ANDREW JOHNSON,
Attorney for Executrix,
2-3 Fobes Bldg., Everet, Wn.
Date of first publication June 6th,
1913. 5t
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