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Friday. February 20, 1014.
TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AYE. AND SAVE MONEY HEW DRESS GOODS New Black and White Checks, the latest; specially priced at 49c, 59c, 75c, 95c New Crepe Eponge, Colors Copenhagen, Navy and Brown; worth $1.25; Sale Price 95c New Black Crepons, very handsome for Black Suits; worth $1.75 yard; Sale Price $1.39 NEW SILKS AT CUT PRICES 35c and 39c Plain and Fancy Wash Silks, 27 in. wide; Sale Price 25c 50c Fancy Silk; Sale Price, ,39c 75c Fancy Silk; Sale Price..6sc $1.25 Plaid Silk; Sale Price 95c $1.25 Fancy Silk; Sale Price 95c DOLSON & SMITH THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER Have Your Letterheads, Bill Heads, Etc. printed on paper bearing the Papermakers Label. Only obtainable at Everett Print Shop DISTINCTIVE PRINTINGS All QQ Phones 2912 Rockefeller THEATRE -TV V>/>3 J-/ "Everett's Live Wire" High Glass Vaudeville Complete Change of Program Wednesday and Sunday Matinee Dally 2:30. Evenings 7:15 and 9:00 A $1.00 SHOW FOR 18* AND 20c HOW SAVINGS CAN GROW The following scale will illustrate tbe growth of your small monthly savings if you deposit same with us at interest compounded twice a year Amount Deposited Each Week One Dollar I $ 293.00 Two Dollars — i * 585.00 Five Dollars — j '1,462.00 Amount Deposited Each Month One Dollar $ 66.00 Fire Dollars ... $337.00 Ten Dollars $644.00 A deposit will double Itself at the above rate of Interest every seven teen years and eight months. EVERETT TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK EVERETT, WASH. THE OLDEST SAVINGS BANK IN THE COUNTY Phones 831 H. W. SHAW > COAL and WOOD LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER and BUILDING MATERIAL OFFICE 2829 Rockefeller Xtf Green Trading Stamps on Coal and Wood s fy D $4.95 New Lace Waists; Sale Price $3.49 $4.95 New Silk Waists; Sale Price $3.49 $4.95 New Net Waists; Sale Price $3.49 $5.98 New Lace Waists; Sale Price Label Paper 4% WEEKLY SAVINGS For Five For Ten For Twenty Years * 650.00 | $1,614.00 $1,301.00 i $$,228.00 $3,252.00 | $8,070.00 MONTHLY SAVINGS For Five For Ten For Twenty Years Years Years $ 147.00 $ 736.00 $1,473.00 NEW WAISTS IN THIS BANK Years Years $ 366.00 $1,880.00 $3,661.00 EVERETT Theatre FRIDAY AND SATURDAY February 20 and 21 SATURDAY MATINEE WILLIAM A BRADY'S Production of Louisa M. Alcott's World-famous Story Women Dramatized by Marian de Forest MEG, JO, BETH AND AMY STEP ALIVE OUT OF BOOK Direct from a 6 months' run at the Playhouse, New York PRICES $1.50 TO 50c Seat Sale at Darling's .$4.50 EVERETT Theatre Monday, February 23 JOHN P. SLOCUM OFFERS The Musical Comedy Success of Three Continents The Quaker Girl with VICTOR MORLEY and the Original New York Cast IMMENSE COMPANY AND CHORUS Three Carloads of Scenic, Me chanical and Electrical Equipment PRICES: 50c TO $2.00 Sale opens at Darling's Saturday Published by order ef tbe Everett Trade Council. Electric Companies—Snoqualmie Light company. Barber Shops — Independent, 1207 Hewitt; Wm. Wbittaker, Lowell; L H. Turner, 1104 Hewitt; Mitchell hotel shop. Barnhart Shop, of Monroe. Iron Works—Summer Iron works, Bayside Iron works, Everett Iron works. Building Laborers —Peter Jackson. Hotels and Cafes—Mitchell hotel; Lorda* cafe. Plumbers—C. It. Schweitzer, A. Stormfels, W. J. Callahan. Electricians—R. P. Bush. Bricklayers—Barney Grant, Tony- Bast. American Pile Driving Co. Dr. Ida Mclntyre —By the Building Trades Council. Carpenters —Piatt, Paddock, A. Den amur, Frank C. Tubbs, W. J. Tenny, Brazee. Plasterers—A. C. Wright, A. L. Knapp, Booth, Wm. Carter. Contractors —P. Sampson, J. Winter mute, Amel Larson. Paintets—Anderson £ Staea, William Ferguson, Wm. Christenson, M. Kokeen, Wm. Glaaaos. Buildings—l2l7 Hewitt. Cement Wsrkers— Pettit, Sr. Tea mate rs—C. J. Witt Scotch Woolen Mills, Tailors, 1904 Hewitt. Bon Marche Department Store, Se attle. Grocery Store, K. J. Long, 19th and Virginia. The Schwabacher company, Seattle. Building across street from Labor Temple. Adv. j No. 3079. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. IN AND FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of George S. List, Deceased. Frank V. List, the administrator of the estate of George S. List, deceased, having filed his verified petition here in praying for an order therein au- him to sell or mortgage the, whole of the real estate belonging to I the above entitled estate for the pur-, poses therein set forth, it is therefore , ordered by tho said court that all per sons inercsted in the •state of said sons interested in the estate of said fore the said court on Saturday, the 7th day of February, 1914, at the hour of ten a. m. sharp, at the court room of said superior court, in Department No. 2 thereof, at Everett. Washington, to show cnuse, if any they have, why an order should not be granted to the said administrator to sell the whole of said rral estate, or to mortgage the same as shall be necessary. G R A V E L It is further ordered that a copy of this order he published at least four j successive \v« cks In the Labor Jour nal, a newspaper cf general circula tion printed and published in Sno homish county, Washington. I)Htwl at Everett, Washington, Janu ary 5, 1914. Wm. Shellrr, Attorney for Adminis trator, Everett, Washington. ■to of first publication, Janunrv 9, 1914. 4t Little UNFAIR LIST. GUY C. ALSTON. Judge, LABOR JOURNAL. Scene from the wonderful motion picture, "A Trip to the Garden of Allah," which will be presented at the Rose theater for four days, starting Wednesday matinee, February 25. RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY. Resolved, that we, the members of the Bartenders' Union No. 454 do offer our sympathy and condolence to the wife and relatives of our late brother, Julius Morhmann. CI I AS. HINNMAN, President. H. T. LINAHAN, Secretary. Joseph F. Clarke, fourth general vice-president of the Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators and Paperhang ers of America, whose residence is in Tacoma, visisted with his local union Tuesday evening. E. P. Marsh will speak at a mass meeting in Edmonds March fi. It is expected that some representative of the State Label League will also at tend and inaugurate a local in Ed monds. Who said that Friday, the loth, was unlucky? Fred McDonald of the Plumbers' Union came down last Fri- day with a great big smile and said it was a boy. Fred says it looks like he would have to have a raise in the plumbers' wage scale. Mrs. McDonald is doing very nicely. C. J. Folsom, organizer for the American Federation of Labor, is in the city this week In the interest of the Timber Workers. O. P. Burgess, of Grand Rapids. Mich., visited with J. E. Campbell of the Journal the fore part of the week. While here he has met many old friends that he had not heard of for years. Mr. Burgess may return to Washington in the spring. A number of local unionists will .visit the Marysville Timber Workers' union tonight to attend their annual banquet and install a Label League. Public Market Specials WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A Carload of Peach Blossom Flour. To introduce same will sell this first car at $1.25 per sack, or $4.85 per bbl. This is a No. 1 high grade guaranteed flour. We guar antee every sack. If after using it once, twice or a half dozen times, you are not perfectly satisfied, just let us know and we will gladly re fund your money. Spuds 100 Lbs. Better ones gfjC to 90c l"' 1 " llM ' pounds. And some choice I'plands at $1 for 100 lbs., with a still greater re duct ion on 6-saek lots. Our daily volume of business lias doubled IB the last :l(i dsyi. This is most BOtwlUtlVP evidence that a great many more people nre daily coming to kn tliat il pays to pay .ash out <>ut the old credit system, <ut out Ihe long prioes, and coming to fully realise the truth of our oft-repeated statement that our prices are "JO to 30 per cent less than you have been paying. Trade witl) us one month, keep count of what it costs and you will he surprised at the result. Farm Products Association The Place Where a Small Amount of Cash Buys a Large Amount of Eatables COR. CALIFORNIA AND LOMBARD PHONES 998 J A POWERS, Manager ASK FOR MONARCH BUTTER THERE'S NONE BETTER Mrs. Ada Rossart of Clinton, Wash., visited with the Label League at its regular meeting Monday night. She was formerly recording secretary of the League and an active worker in the Laundry Workers' Union. Mrs. Clara Arne, member of the Label League, who underwent an op eration for appendicitles last Satur day, is reported well on the way to recovery. A number of the members of the Label League will auto to Marysville tonight I Friday) where they will in stitute a Label League. They will also attend the banquet given by the Tim ber Workers' Union. COUNCIL NOTES The Trades Council held its regular session last Friday night with Presi dent Smith in the chair. A communication from the State Federation of Labor regarding the proposed state unfair list was read. Same was published last week. The report of the auditing commit tee was read and accepted. The grocery store of E. J. Long at Nineteenth and Virginia was placed on the unfair list. The committee on precinct organiza tion reported progress, stating that organization would be complete by the time the initiative petitions were print cd. A communication was received from the Timber Workers special meeting and a committee was appointed fron the council to seek a conference witl the managers of the Robinson Manu facturing company in an effort to ar rive at an amicable adjustment of the differences existing between that con cern and the Timber Workers. Reports by Unions. Bartenders —Two applications. Carpenters—One by card. For :i pounds Walnuts for 50c No. 1. largo fresh stock, every nut fancy. 20c lb.. 2 for 35c or 3 for 50c The Biggest APPLE SALE of the Season is now on Local Baldwin Cooking Apples, Per box 75c to 85c Choice Baldwin, box.sl,oo l " $1 20 Rhode Island Grennings, per box $1.00 u > $1.20 Northern Spy Apples, per box $1.25 '<• 1.50 Nice Winesaps. per box $2.00 .... fancy Spitzcnborgs. per box $2.50 It's money in your pocket to buy your apples here. See our Window Display In order to gain a small, knowledge of what is new and correct in Spring wear, one has but to view our window showing. A more comprehensive display will be found in the various departments. Large shipments are arriving almost daily and we will deem it a pleasure to show you. though you may have no intentions of buying at present. Among the new arrivals are: NEW WAISTS NEW DRESSES NEW COATS NEW MILLINERY NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS AND LACES NEW DRESS GOODS NEW WASH GOODS NEW NECKWEAR NEW RIBBONS, ETC. Neckwear Section Offers NEW COLLARS AND NEW SETS Recent shipments give us a most complete stock of new Collars for Spring and Summer wear. Price range 35c Up White Crepe Collars with scal loped edge, sheer lawn embroid ered in Jack rose. Mestral blue, maple leaf shades and many other new shades.... 3Bc to 95c NEW METALLIC SILKS Beautiful, the one word will not near describe the new metallic silks jnst received: handsome silks that are woven with gold or silver threads. They will be in high demand this season for vests and trimmings. Triced, yard $2.50 and $3.00 The GRAND LEADER DRY GOODS CO. CALL EOR THE HAFERKORN SEAL SOUDAN SECOND 5c Cigars Union Made by • THE ■ Haferkorn Cigar Co. t I 1 [ I ! Engineers—One by card. Timber Workers —Eighty-eight init iations. Owing to the desire of a number of the members of the Council to attend I the banquet, given by the Marysvillc Fancy Lemoncling PEACHES 2 cans for 25c SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK We will sell these fancy Peaches, put up regular size fruit cans; each 15c 2 for 25c Per d»./. $1.40 Case of 24 cans $2.65 Fancy canned, sliced, large size Pine Apple. 2 for 355 Fancy Lemons, per do/en . 20c Or. 2 dozen 35c Yellow or White Corn Meal. 9 lb. sack 30c ("arrets. 25 lbs. for 25c Meets, 25 lbs. for 25c Mangelwurzels, 26 lbs. for. . . 25c Cabbage for chickens, 25 lbs . 25c 50 lbs. for 50c 100 lbs. for $1.00 Large Navel Rose. Brand Oranges. per dozen 30c Per case $2.60 Red Ball Brand Oranges. per dozen 10c II dozen for 25c Or, for a case $1.80 114) or 250 size. TRUE FASHION MIRRORS IEFLECTING THE NEWEST Many pretty Collar and Cuff Sets of sheer material embroid ered in white and many colors. Some of goldcloth embroidered with tinsel thread. Now Timber Workers on Friday next it was decided to hold no meeting for two weeks. Mrs. Ida Levi of the Seattle Wait resses' Vnion and Label League was present and addressed the Council Nice, Large, Choice QUEEN OLIVES Put up in full size quart glass jars at the low price of 40c Or 2 for 75 c Dr. Price's Jelly Dessert, t* price this week, a packagi 5c Corn Flakes, 2 for 15 c Other Cereals in proportion 'j bars Crystal White Soap . 25c Other Soaps in proportion. Feed Carrots, per sack 75c We carry a full line of green V( getnbles at popular priceß. Garden and Flower Seeds. 2 for Jc Onion Sets. Etc Hams and Bacon 20c Lard, 5-lb pail 75 c 10 lb. pail $140 Canned Corn and Tomatoes 10c Other Canned Goods in proportion Snyder's Catsup, per bottle . 20c Monarch Butter at 75,3 THERE'S NONE BETTER. Fresh Ranch Eggs, doz. M« It's money in your pocket to trade here. Page Thre*. NEW SUITS NEW SILKS . 35c to $1.95