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Summer Munsingwear for Men, Women and Children Munsing Underwear successfully stands the test ol' hard service. All Munsing Fabrics are knit from yarns ol' fine qual ity. Each fabric is tin' finest thai can lie produced for the pi-ice quoted. They stand the lest of hard service, tf washed properly tlie fabric improves in appearance until worn out. The buttonholes and finish remain in good condition until the garment is finally wont threadbare witli long use. No other underwear wears longer, washes better, tils and covers the form more perfectly, or will give more real comfort ana satisfaction than Munsing. WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR WOMEN'S UNION SUITS, low neck, no sleeves, no buttons, knee length, loose or tlghl knee, shell finish, light weight, cotton; all sizes, at, the suit 59c WOMEN'S UNION SI ITS. light weight cotton, low neck, no sleeves, no buttons, knee length, light knee; nil sizes lit, the suit 75c WOMEN'S UNION SI'ITS. half low neck, elbow sleeves, ankle length, of fine light weight cotton, at. the suit 75c WOMEN'B FIN LISLE UNION SI'ITS. with no sleeves of short sleeves, knee length, tighi knee; all si .es at. the suit $1.00 WOMEN'S UNION SUITS of very fine lisle, low neck, no sleeves, tight knee: all sizes to 6, at. suit $1.50 Out sizes to 1* $1.75 CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS, made of fine cotton, high neck, short si eves, open crotch or drop seat, knee length: all sizes, at, the suit 59c MISSES' UNION SUITS of fine cotton, high or low neck, long or short sleeves, drop seat, ankle or knee length: all sizes at, the suit 75c MEN'S UNDERWEAR MEN'S MUNSING UNION SI'ITS of good grade cotton, high neck with long or short sleeves, ankle or knee length at, suit $1,25 MEN'S MUNSING UNION SUITS, line grade cotton, long or short sleeves, knee or ankle length, closed or open crotch, all sizes at, the suit $1.50 MEN'S FINE MERCERIZED UNION SUITS, long sleeves, nakle length, white ecru and flesh, at, the suit $2.50 YOUTHS' UNION SUITS, iv summer weight cotton, long sleeves, ankle length, closi d i rotch; sizes 1, 2, 3 and 4: Hi esuit, 75c and $1.25 Sole Everett Agents for Centemeri Kid Gloves Special Sale of Fisk Trimmed Hats, $5.00 The Stone-Fisher Co. Application No, 7;',:U NOTICE OF SALE OF STATE LANDS Notice is hereby given, that on Tues day, the 7th day of April, 1914. be tween the hours of ten o'clock In the forenoon and four o'clock in the after noon, commencing at t< n o'clock In the forenoon of said day, In front of the main entrance door to the county court house In the city of Everett, county of Snohomish, state of Wash ington, either by the county auditor of board of siate land commissioners of the siate of Washington, the following described state hinds, together with the Improvements situated thereon, will be sold at public auction to the Application N3. 7331. defined by Section 1 of Chapter 38 of ■ ■ tired along the meander line as fol- Beginning at the meander corner to fractional sections 13 and :'.4. township 29 north, range 4 east W. M.. and run ning thence north 0.94 chains and north 76 degrees east 1.32 chains to the true point Of beginning of this de scription, thence north 76 degrees east 6.64 chains to the terminal point of this description, With a frontage of 6.64 lineal chains, measured along the meander line according to a certified copy of the government field notes of the survey thereof on file in the office of the commissioner of public lands at Olympia. Washington, appraised at $100 per lineal chain, or $664.00. Im provements. 130,200.00. Said land will be sold subject to the is now on tne marKet. After many months of labor and much expense we offer you a beer equal to the celebrated German Beers. Phone 159 for a to be delivered EVERETT BREWING CO. Everett —Taconia terms, conditions and reservations of Chapter 109 of tlie Session Laws of 1911, relating to easements for rights of-waj and the carrying of timber, stone, mineral and other products over the same. Said lands will be sold for not less than the appraised'value above stated and upon the terms and conditions fol lowing: Terms and Conditions of Sale.—Not less than one-tenth of the purchase price must be paid at the time of sale to the officer making the sale. The purchaser, If he be not the owner of the improvements, must forthwith pay tn the officer making the sale the full amount of the appraised value of the improvements, as above stated. One tenth of the purchase price must be paid annually thereafter on the first j day of March of each year, with inter-! es: on .ill deferred payments at the! rate of six per centum per annum, to-j gether with accrued interest on any balance, at the same rate; provided,] that any purchaser may make full pay-1 ment of principal, interest and statu tory fees any time and obtain deed or state patent. The purchaser of land Containing timber or other valuable materials is prohibited by law from cutting or removing any such timber or materials without first Obtaining consent of the commissioner of public lauds or the board, until the full amount of the purchase price has been ' paid and deed issued. All sales of state lands are made subject to the reservations of oils, gases, coal, ores, minerals and fossils of i irerj name, kind and description, and to the additional terms and con-i ditions prescribed In the act of the legislature approved March 20, 1907, being Section 3 of Chapter 256 of the Laws of 1907. Pale Beer to your home. Tbe above described lands are of-1 fered for sale In pursuance of an or-j der of the tioard of stale land commis sioners, and an order of sale duly is sued and certified by the commissioner of public lands of the state of Wash ington now on file in the office of the county auditor of said county. W, W. HOPKINS, Assistant commissioner of Public Lands. Date of first publication, February 27, 1914. Date of last publication, April 8, ,1914. No. 3118 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IX THK SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, SNO HOMISH COUNTY. In the Matter of the Kstate of John Sundborg, Deceased. Notice is hereby given thta the cred itors of John Sundborg, deceased, and all persons having claims against his estate are required to present the same, Sulj verified to the undersigned, at the office of Dan W. Locke, 411 Commerce Hldg., the place where the business of said estate is transacted, in the city of Everett, Snohomish coun ty, state of Washington, within one year from the date of the first publi cation of this notice, to-wit, February L'T, 11114. All claims not so presented will be forever barred. MINNIE SUNDBORG, Administratrix ol' the Kstate of John Sundborg, Deceased. Hate of first publication, February 27, 1914. 4t No. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OK THE STA TU OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHO MISH. William Gildon, Plaintiff, vs. Florence E. Gildon, Defendant, Tht stale of Washington lo the said Florence K. Gildon, Defendant: sr*ou are iir'vhy summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date Of the first publication of this sum mons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days J after the 13th day of February, 1914, ! and defend the above entitled action In the above entitled court, and an swer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plaintiff at their office below stated; land in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the com plaint which has been filed with the Clerk of the above entitled court. The Object of this action is to obtain a de cree of said court dissolving the bonds of matrimony existing between said plaintiff and said defendant, on the ground of abandonment of plaintiff by defendant for one year. SHERWOOD k MANSFIKLD, Attorneys for Plaintiff Office and Postofflce Address: Colby Bldg., Everett, Snohomish County, Washington. Date of first publication. February 13, 1914. 7t. No. —. SUMMONS. IN THK SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOM ISH. Maria .Tacobson, Plaintiff, vs. Alexan der Jacobson. Defendant. The State of Washington to Alexander Jacobson, the above named defend i ant: You are hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty (GO) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit. Within sixty (60) days after the 27th day of March, 11914, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and an swer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for plain tiff at their office below stated; and ]In case of your failure so to do, judg ment will be rendered against you ac cording to the demand of the com plaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of the above entitled action is to secure a divorce from the bonds of matrimony now subsisting be tween the plaintiff and the defendant. COI.EMAN, FOGARTY & ANDERSON Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and postoffice address: Walsh LABOR JOURNAL ORPHEUM Theatre Presenting real picture plays for all the people, every day In the week. Pathes Weekly every Wednesday and Thursday. block, Everett, Snohomish county, Washington, Date of first publication, March 27, 1914. 7t No. . NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE BTATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND TOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOM ISH. In the Matter of the Estate of Henry W. Knapp, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administratrix with the will an nexed of the estate of Henry W. Knapp, deceased, to the creditors of and till persons having claims against said decedent to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within one year after the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit, March fi, 1914, to the said administrarix with the will annexed at the office of Faussett & Smith, 206-7-8 Stokes Bldg., Everett, Washington, the same being the place for transaction of business for said estate. IDA M. KNAPP, Administratrix with the Will Annexed. FAUSSETT & SMITH, Attorneys for the Estate, 206-7-8 Stokes, Bldg., Ev i rett, Washington. Date of first publication, March G. 1914. 5t SUMMONS IX THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Till: STATE OF WASHINGTON, IX AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOM ISH. Catherine Daley, Plaintiff, vs. Fred Went/., William A. Went/, and Fred erick v. Went/., Defendants, The State of Washington to the said Fred Went/., William A. Went/, and Frederick V. Went/., Defendants: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to wit. within sixty days from the 27th day of February. 1914, and defend the above entitled action in the above en titled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned at torney for plaintiff, at his office be low 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 this action is o quiet title in the plaintiff to the following described real estate, situate in the county of Snohomish, state of Wash ington, to-wit: Dots fourteen (14), of block 369, of the Plat of Everett, Di vision B, and to forever bar and fore close the defendants and each of them asserting any right, title, interest or claim, in and to the property above described, or any part thereof. BOBT. McMURCHIB, Attorney for Plaintiff. I. O. Address: 407 American Bank Bldg., Everett, Snohomish county. Washington. Date of first publication. February 27. 1914. 7t Application No. p:'.DG. NOTICE OF SALE OF STATE LANDS Notice is hereby given, that on Tues day, the 7th day of April, 1914, be tween the hours of ten o'clock In the forenoon and four o'clock in the aft ernoon, commencing at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, In front of the main entrance door to the county court house in the city of Everett, county of Snohomish, state of Wash ington, either by the county auditor !of said county or by a member of the | board of state land commissioners of the state of Washington, the following !described state lands, together with the improvements situated thereon, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefor, to-wit: Application No. 9356. Lot 1 of block 4 of Levy's Addition to the town of Mukilteo, appraised at $60.00; improvements appraised at $73.50. Lot 2 of block 4 of Levy's Addition to the town of Mukilteo, appraised at $60.00; improvements appraised at $37.50. Lot 3 of block 4 of Levy's Addition to the town of Mukilteo, appraised at $60.00; improvements appraised at $353.50. Lot 12 of block 4 of Levy's Addition to the town of Mukilteo, appraised at $50.00; improvements appraised at $43.50. Lot 13 of block 4 of Levy's Addition to the town of Mukilteo, appraised at $60.00; improvements appraised at $37.50. Lot 14 of block 4 of Levy's Addition to the town of Mukilteo, appraised at $50.00; improvements appraised at $43.50. Said land will be sold subject to the terms, conditions "and reservations of Chapter 109 of the Session Laws of 1911, relating to easements for rights of-way and the carrying of timber, stone, mineral and other products over the same. Said lands will be sold for not less than the appraised value above stated and upon the terms and conditions fol lowing: Terms and Conditions of Sale. —Not less than one-tenth of the purchase price must be paid at the time of sale to the officer making the sale. The purchaser, if he be not the owner af the improvements, must forthwith pay to the officer making the sale the full amount of the appraised value of the improvements, as above stated. One tenth of the purchase price must be paid annually thereafter on the first day of March of each year, with in terest on all deferred payments at the rate of six per centum per annum, together with accrued interest on any balance, a' the Bame rate; provided, that any purchaser.may make full pay ment „i principal, interest and Btatu tory fees at any time and obtain deed or state patent. The purchaser of land containing timber or other valuable materials is prohibited by law from cutting Or removing any such timber or matenrials without first obtaining Oonsettl <if the commissioner of pub lic landsV the board, until the full amount of the purchase price has been paid and deed issued. All sales of state lands are made subject to the reservations of oils, gases, coal, ores, minerals and fossils lof every name, kind and description, and to the additional terms and cot.di-j : lions prescribed in the act of the leg-1 I Islature approved March 20, 1907. be ing section 3 of chapter 256 of the Laws of 1907. The above described lands are of fered for sale in pursuance of an or der of the board of state land com missioners, and an order of sale duly issued and certified by the commis sioner of public lands of the state of I Washington now on file in the office of the county auditor of said county. W. W. HOPKINS, Assistant Commmissioner of Public Lands. Dale of first publication, February 27, 1914. Date of last publication, April 3, 1914. STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MAN AGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., of the Labor Journal, published week ly at Everett, Washington, required by the Art of August 24, 1912. Editor—E, I. Marsh, Everett, Wash. Business Manager—J. E. Campbell, Everett, Wash. Owners: E. P. Marsh, Everett, Wash.; J. E, Campbell, Everett, Wash. J. E. CAMPBELL, Business Manager. Sworn to and subscribed before me litis 26th day of March, 1914. W. K. CONNER, (Seal) Everett, Wash. (My commission expires June 11, 1915.) ROOSEVELT SAYS: ' Our Effort Is to Make This Coun try Economically as Well as Politically a Genuine Democracy.'' His Introduction to Important Hand book of Progressivism. Theodore Roosevelt earnestly rec- Commends the recently published book. 1 "The Progressive Movement," by S. J. j Duncan-Clarke, and in the introduction which he wrote for it and which is ! published as a part of the book, he condenses the fundamental principle of progressivism in a sentence: "Our i effort is to make this country econom ically as well as politically a genuine democracy." Now whether or not the Progressive party survives and careful analysts have shown pretty forcefully that it is ; going to survive—there can be no doubt of the genuine vitality of the progressive spirit. Says Roosevelt: "The Progressive movement is greater than the Progressive party; yet the Progressive party is at present the only instrument through which that movement can be advanced." There is nothing tentative or apolo getic in this statement. But he also says: "This movement is not in any sense a one-man movement." If. then, you desire to learn the sig nificance of the progressive idea, both as a real economic advance and as a party cry, you will get the wished-for information in "The Progressive Move j ment" by S. J. Duncan-Clarke, as it j has been O. X.'d by the leader of the Progressive forces. The Chicago Evening Post of Decem ber 19, 1913, said of this book: "It ought to be read by all Americans." We quote the comment as printed: "The level of political discussion in the United States is not high. We have some excellent political gossips and some respectable students of his tory, but political writers who are fa maliar at once with contemporary events and with political theory are rare. That is why Mr. Duncan-Clarke's book on the progressive movement is so welcome. For he has a newspaper editorial writer's knowledge of what has been going on in the United States and a student's knowledge of political ideas. "The exposition here given of the 1 principles and program of the Progres sive party, which is so far the "sole means of expressing the progressive movement," and carries the sanction of Colonel Roosevelt. He expresses the wish in the introduction which he has provided that the hook 'could be read by all Republicans, all Democrats, and all Socialists; more, it ought to be read by all Americans. For it is that rare book in which a man who konws what he is talking about has set down clearly and succinctly the facts about an important matter." "The Progressive Movement" is a book of 318 pages of easy, interesting explanation. Its publishers. Small, Maynard & Company, of Boston, have 1 thought wise to issue it in brown paper • covers at a low price, 50 cents, and , they ar emaking special discounts to [ progressive clubs for quantity orders. • Some clubs find the profit from the , sale of the book well worth adding to their sources of income. WEAVERS TO PRODUCE COM EDY-DRAMA. Marysville Tlmbe r Workers have turned thespians and will invade the dramatic field. On April fi the rural comedy-drama "Along the Missouri" Is to be produced under the auspices of the local union in that city, to be fol lowed by a dance. The ladles of the newly organized Card and Label League will serve lunch to the dancers. Between the Pacific Northwest and the East "North Coast Limited'' —DAILY —'' Atlantic Express" THE SCENIC HIGHWAY Splendid trains, splendidly equipped with modern <K>^ h « s ; ing cars and dining cars. Dining service, the excellence of xvhtth our partons take opportunity to tell of. A Third Train to the Twin Cities and One to St. Louis Each Day DIRECT TO CHRISTIANIA by the Specially Chartered American Line S. S. "St. Paul," from New York May 7. SPECIAL NORTHERN PACIFIC TRAIN from Pacific Coast to Minneapolis and St. Paul, where the passengers will join those from Montana, the Dakotas. Minnesota and elsewhere, and proceed to New York to embark on steamer in one grand party. For rates and sleeping car and steamer RESERVATIONS ON STEAMSHIPS OF ALL TRANS ATLANTIC LINES. APPLY TO C. O. Martin, General Agent, 2525 Colby Aye., Everett, Wash. Northern Pacific Railway A. D. Charlton, A. G. P. A., Portland, Oregon EVERETT THEATRE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 Seats on sale next Monday at Darling's. OLIVER MOROSCO Presents The Most Successful Comedy in the World Peg o' My Heart Ey J. Hartley Manners Lauretta Taylor's perpetual triumph at the Cort Theatre of New York, with an admirable company Of players, which in cludes — Peggy O'Neil, Martin Sabine, Laurene Santley, Roland Hogue, Jane Meredith, Joseph Yanser, Olin Field, Fraser Coulter and A. T. Hendon PRICES—SOc to $2.00 EVERETT THEATRE Three Matinees Beginning matinee, Sunday, March 29, at 2:30; nights, 8:30. Matinees Monday and Tuesday at 3:45 for school children. CHARLES B. HANFORD The eminent Shakespearean actor iv the inspiring pictorial description of the most thrill ing modern adventure. The actual animated picture 1 of the undying story of Gapt. Scott's Expedition to the South Pole Special rates at matinees for students, best 50c seats 25c. Seats on Sale at Darling's MELANG GROCERY CO. Successor to J. LYNCH & CO. Joth Phones 207 2104 Hewitt Aye. MILLINERY All the latest novelties In Mil linery at — MacBEAN'S 1924 Hewitt We Give Satitfaction DEAN'S PHARMACY Quick Free Delivery CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR KYK TROUBLE. \Vt don't preterit* gitalin unietl you need them. W« make our own glaseet tnd tell them et moderate coit, and guarantee them. EVERETT OPTICAL 00. rtll Colby Aye. Everett, Waah. Friday. March 27, 1914. To and from Chicago by way of Minneapolis and St. Paul, over To Norway In May, 1914 With the Sons ot Norway BARGREEN'S GOLDEN DRIP COFFEE WILL PLEASE YOU IMPERIAL TEA CO. 1407 Hewitt—Both Phones '"» J. LYNCH & CO. 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