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RED LETTER DAY Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1916 10 FREE STAMPS Drop in next Wednesday at the Crescent Dry Goods Co. and receive TEN ' Stamps Free, also a new book with (10) complimentary stamps to start your collec tion. Bring in your Tags and Coupons that are listed in your stamp book we will give you %?X: Stamps for them. Are you reading the "Sperry Magazine?"—if not, start this month—something new. THE SPERRY & HUTCHINSON GO. PATRONIZE The only Union Meat Market in the city. QUALITY ALWAYS We always sell fsr less. Pork Boasts —12J^c INDEPENDENT MEAT CO. UNION MARKET Sunset 722 Public Market Ind. 726 Everett Printers Who Can Put the Label on Your Printing: 1 Everett Print Shop. 2 Herald Printing Co. 3 Tribune Printing Co. 4 P. B, Hawes Printing Co. 6 Puget Press. 7 Kane &. Harcus. 8 Commercial Press MILLINERY New location MacBEAN'S MILLINERY 1812 Hewitt KITTLESON GROCERY CO. Good Things to Eat Phones: Ind. 47, Sun. 1540 1701 Wetmore Aye. ASK FOR Meadowmoor Fresh Churned Butter AND GET THE BEST Meadowmoor Dairy Store 1918 Hewitt THE Little Brick Meat Market 1809 HEWITT SAVE ONE-THIRD OF YOUR MEAT BILL BUY HERE B. E. BUNDLE, Drop. Phone 077Y GO TO THE RIGHT PLACE GROCERY FOR RIGHT PRICES ON GROCERIES Cor. Maple and Everett Aye. DEAN'S & DARLING'S DRUG STORE Under one management H. L. DEAN Manager PADDOCK-FOWLER AUTO CO. Snohomish and Skagit County Agents for Studebaker Automobiles, Signal & Lip pard Stewart Worm Drive Trucks 2811 LOMBARD AYE. Phones 1299 Everett, Wash. HARDEMAN HATS GREENHOOD SHIRTS High Grade -Union Made H.E. STILES BUY YOUR GROCERIES At The COW BUTTER STORE Cor. Hoyt and Hewitt EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING The kind you can rely on. Fastest service in the city. Half soles sewed in 8 minutes. While you wait. : : GALLOWAY BROS. 1914 Hewitt (Opposite Mitchell Hotel) FREE DELIVERY Ind. 165Z Sunset 137 THE MAIZE EVERETT'S POPULAR CAFE 1705 Hewitt Aye. j There is a rumor that the court is We have a repair shop in connec-! deadlocked, four to four-half the tion with store and have an expert re-; judges being in the intellectual per pair man in charge of same. We lod of the stone age, while the other make a specialty of repairing motor- ~.,„• , Klvt , mu . ll( , (I „ eomparativelv cycles, bicycles, typewriters, cash registers, guns and revolvers. We modern viewpoint, also do lock, safe and key work. Tele phone and we will call for your work and return same when repaired at Arthur A. Baily's Sporting Goods and Hardware Store. Both Phones 76. Riley-Cooley Shoe Co. FULL LIT.'E OF UNiON MADE SHOFS Sjtii Phones SOUTH PATE frEOCEHY Dnnlrni in 8tf»r)l«" and Fancy Groceries Grain and Produce We carry a complete line of chicken feed es well as * full (me of groceries. 41st ard Colby Sun n6o, Ind. joiX BRANDEIS ON SUPREME BENCH WASHINGTON, President Wilson has appointed Louis Brandeis associ ate justice of the LTnited States su preme court, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Associate Jus tice Lamar. The appointment must be approved by the, senate, and will first be considered by the senate com mittee on the judiciary. The appointee is a Boston lawyer and has attracted much attention be cause of his activities on economic issues and remedial legislation for the workers. As the result of the 1010 strike of 50,000 New York garment workers he was appoint efl on the board of arbitration which evolved the protocol between the contending par ties, and which continued in effect until last summer when a threatened strike forced employers to abandon their attempt to violate the agree ment. DON'T WEAKEN SEAMEN'S LAW WASHINGTON.—Acting under In structions of the last convention, A. jP. of L. officials have addressed a letter to all affiliated bodies request ing that they urge their respective : senators and representatives to op pose any weakening of the seamen's ; law. The San Francisco convention de clared that "the freedom of the sea i men and the safety of the traveling ! public must at all times take prece dence over private profit." and that "the A. F. of L. stands unalterably op posed to the repeal of the seamen's < law or any attempt to Impair the J safety of travel at sea or renew the bonds under which seamen have been ! compelled to labor." MINERS WON'T AMALGAMATE INDIANAPOLIS. —By a unanimous ' vote the convention of the United • Aline Workers of America decided not to amalgamate With the Western Federation of Miners. This is in line with recommenda tions by a committee appointed by ihe United Mine Workers* Union to consider the question of amalgama tion with the metal miners. The com mittee pointed out that the work of the two unions—from a practical standpoint—is entirely different, and j that an amalgamation would weaken both in their respective attempts to , organize the coal miners and the met al miners. In referring to the differ ! ences between the two industries, the ' report says: "We point to the fact that while i the metal miner, like the coal miner, lis called upon to brave the dangers jof a common calling underground, that the product of the metal miner in nowise enters into competition with that of the coal miner; in fact, his relationship to the coal mining industry is not so near, nor so Im portant in time of industrial strife, as j that of the men employed in the trans portation industry, nor is his rela tion to us from a competitive stand point so important as is that of the men employed in the production and marketing of oil and gas, and in the , plants and waterpower sites used to ; generate electrical power. We cite j the foregoing in order to make plain that coal mining and metal mining are industries separate and distinct so far as the competitive relationship of their product is concerned." The convention supports this rec ommendation of its committee, which also declares: "A continuation of our present close relationship seems to be .all that is desired, and we so rec ommend." ALF AND ALF It has been thirteen months since the United States supreme court heard arguments by Louis I). Bramleis on the Oregon minimum wage Kale, 1718 Hewitt HERE AND THERE Broadway FRIDAY AND SATURDAY : VNGER AHEAD (liailrond drama I TIGER SLAYER (Wild animal dram I 3UNT "EM (Some Boa ad) SBING MUMMY (Some more comedy) v .\:.T(H)N LAUGHS (Some comedy) FIFTY-FIFTY (Three-part comedy drama) Kirn LAST FLIRTATION (A pood comedy) IN THE ISLES OP THE WILD (Drama) DON'T MISS THE BROADWAY SHOW THE LABOR JOURNAL LONDON EXPOSES POWER LEASING BILL WASHINGTON —Congressman Lon don in a speech before congress made a brilliant attack on the Power Leas ing bill, denouncing the BCheme as "deliberately criminal " In referring to the so-called recap ture clause under which the govern ment might get back at the end of fifty- years the water powers it now plans to give away, be said: "This is not a recapture clause. It is a fool-capture clause. Fools will be captured by it. "What you are trying to do now will instead of preserving the natural resources of the country for the peo ple, make things worse. Fifty years is more than a generation. A gener ation is the average life of all the persons in a community, or one-third of a century. It is not enough that you do mischief to last a life time, that you burden with. Hie result of your unwise action, tie present gen eration, but you want to impose bur dens upon those who will come after us. "Congress says 'we must provide generous terms in order to get pri vate capital to make Investments. 1 Nation's Resources Neglected "Why not get tin inexhaustible capital of the United states of Amer ica? "You speak glibly aboul expending j billions of dollars for munitions, but I you cannot get your minds to work out some method of utilizing the re sources of the United States for the people. "The committee speaks of criminal j negligence committecd In the past In I overlooking the wonderful resources Jof the United State- and permitting them to be appropriated by private capital. You substitute deliberate criminality- by permitting leases for fifty years. And if you gentlemen do permit leases for fift;. years, why not provide that a commission have the right to regulate the hours of labor, wages and other conditions of labor and demand that conditions of em ployment shall not be inferior to standards demoralized by organized labor? "Why do you always forget these little things -demands of labor? When Republicans and Democrats agree that it is a safe thing to vote for a bill, it is time to look out." OPPOSE CONVICT LABOR OKLAHOMA CITY— Trade union ists in this state are opposing Gov. Williams' recommendation to the state legislature that a convict-operated mine be started In the state peniten tiary at McAllister. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY. Carl Engstrand. and Carl Engstrand as Executor of the Estate of Tekla Maria Alhsen. Plaintiff, vs. Gus S Torngren, Dof> ndant. Summons The State of Washington to the said Ous S. Torngren. 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 February, 1916, and defend the above-entitled action In the above-entitled Court, and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, and serve a copy ot your answer upon the undersigned attorney for the Plain tiff at his office below stated: and In case of your failure so to do, judg ment will be rendered against yon according to the demand of the com plaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. The object of fins action is to de clare forfeited a <e r tain real estate contract executed by Tekla Maria Alhsen as seller to the Defen dant Ous S. Torngren as purchaser, for the following described land situ ate in Snohomish County, State of Washington, to-wit: the South Half ot the Northeast quarter of the South east Quarter of Si etion Four, and Lot Seven of Section Three, all in Town ship Thirty. North of Range Six. Fast W. M., and to quiet the title to said land in the Plaintiff herein. ANDREW JOHNSON, Attorney for Plaintiff Postoffice ami office address: 2-3 Fobes Bldg . Everett, Wash. SUNDAY Unfair List Confectionary and Cafe—Low man-Stanley Candy Co.. 1 til 4 Hewitt. Orchestra— Wood \s Orchestra. Barber Shops—J. H. Turner, 1104 Hewitt; Wm. Whittaker. Lowell: Barnhart Shop, Monroe; (■dependent, 1 107 Hewitt. Harris Barber Shop, American Nat l. Bank Bldg. Iron Works Sumner Iron Works. Hotels and Cafes—Mitchell Ho tel, Lord's Cafe. Plumbers—C. R. Schweitzer, W. J. Callahan, Otto Mertz and Globe Wall Paper Co.'s plumbing dept. Ben Johnston and house. 1002 I olby Aye. Building Laborers—Peter Jack- ; son. E. Cloke. Electricians—R F. Hare, Jack Sheilds and John Thueson, Elec trical Contractors; Globe Wall Paper Co.'s electric dept.; W. E Bennett, P. A. Hare, Jack. Bricklayers— Barney Grant. Dr. Ida Melntyre (by the Build ing Trades Council.) Cal. Smillev an son; Fit/. Ger ald. Plasterers—A. C. Wright, Wm, Carter. A. L. Knapp, Both, Tom Nygard, W, L. Porter. Carpenters — 111,- Sather, Joe Rrickson. Contractors —J. Wintermute, Amer Larson. Morgan and Bancroft. Globe Wall Paper Co.'s plumbing department. Otto Mertz. Painters—Anderson & Steen, William Ferguson, Wm. Christen son. M. Kokee, Win. Gleeson, Globe Wall Paper Co.. G. McAllis ter, L. L. Swart/. H. E. Mann, H. Platzman, E. W. Phillipps, R, D. (lamer, 11. 0. Johnson. 0. A. Hagen, Sign Painter. Teamsters—C. J. Witt, stand cor. Colby and Hewitt. Cement Workers—Pet tit, Sr. Stores—Grocery Store, E. J. Long, 10th and Virginia. J. C. Sovda, :)41fl Everett Aye. Tailors—Sea teli Woolen Mills, IHO4 Hewitt. San Juan Fish Co., Seattle. Buildings—l4l2 Grand, 1217 Hewitt. Central Apmts., :1114 Oakes. C. A. Pureell, owner Hotel Newland. American Packing Co.. Everett. Placed by Everett Building Trades Council: Carpenters—R. P>. McAdams Rudolph Hartman and his build ing, Colby Aye. bet. 20th and 21st. Building—Monroe School. NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE OF REAL ESTATE State of Washington, County of Sno homish, ss. Sheriff's Sale By virtue of an Order of Sale is sued out of the Honorable Superior Court of Snohomish County, on the 29th day of January, 1916, by the clerk thereof, in the case of Holland- Washington .Mortgage Company, a corporation. Plaintiff, versus E. J. Kennedy, Mamie A. Kennedy, his wife; Bessie Sedgwick. Edwin W Moore: Halpr C. Bell, Trustee; First National Bank of Everett, a corpora tion; S. K. Painter. Lena R. Painter, his wife; and Citizens Bank & Trust Co., a corporation, Defendants; No. If>;i37. and to me as Sheriff, directed and delivered NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I will proceed to sell at public auc tion to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's sales, to-wit: at ten o'clock a.m. on the 4th day of March. A.D 1916. before the Court House door of said Snohomish County, in the State of Washington, all of the right, title and interest of the said Defendants above named in and to the following described property, sit uated in Snohomish County, State of Washington. (to-wit: Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (8), Four (41, and Five (6), Block Three (8), Pucker's Park Addition to the City of Everett, being a part of Ixit Two (8), Section Thirty (30), Township Twenty-nine (29>. North of Range Five (5) East. W M Also, the vacated portion of Thirty-fourth Street which attaches to said laX One (1) above mentioned by reason of said vacation of a por tion of Thirty-fourth Street, levied on as the property of said Defendants above named to satisfy a judgment amounting to Forty-six Hundred Eigh ty-five and 22 100 Dollars and costs of suit, in favor of Plaintiff Dated this Ist day of February. 1916 DON \LD McRAJB, Sheriff. By J. l. Allen. Deputy. IJOBT F. BOOTH. Seattle, Wash , Attorney for Plaintiff. Bt A SEA JOKE REVAMPED Cook "Sir! Sir! There's I Zep'lin outside, and if you don't come \vi' the keys of the cellar, we'll all be in in heaven in a couple o' minutes'" The Curate: "Cod forbidl" London Opinion. Patronize YOUR Advertisers. REGULAR 30c VALUE Hanging Baskets 15c Soon be time to prepare for outdoor hangiing baskets for the porch, These heavy wllre, green enameled baskets are very specal at this price. Just the rllght size for wiindow use also. 8 ROLLS CREPE TOILET PAPER 25c SUCCESSFUL MEN for the most pan attribute their success to the st-irt In lit irnlned by a Bank Account. • . . in me gamei tills ti'l'ciss irv°t l '!'s 08 credit and confidence—the two essen This Bank invites you to open an account for a large or small amount BANK OF COMMERCE What We Do Transact a general banking business. Prepare wills ami act in al! fiduciary capacities. Rem Safe Deposit Boxes for $1.00 per year and upward. Issue Travelers Cheques—letters of credit and foreign drafts. Citizens' !&ank Orust (To. EVERETT, WASH. Everett Dairy Co. C. E. Ogrosky FINE SHOE REPAIRING Healer in Purses. Gloves and Leather PASTIME AMUSEMENT PARLORS Goods 2001 Hewitt Avenue Owl Pharmacy W. H. DAVIS, Proprietor FHEE DELIVERY TO ANY PART OF CITY Both Phones 876 1607 Hewitt Aye. Everett, Wn. REGULAR $2.25 ALUMINUM Cooker $1.48 liis four-piece I !ombination Cooker s shown in the cut, consists <>f one •quarl aluminum Berlin Kettle with over; one 3-quart Pudding Pan: tie Perforated Pan. Can he put to «ie in so many differenl ways that ;it once becomes the handiest uten il in ilh- kitchen. A Bplendid double ooker hi a steamer, EVERETT, WASH. Pay 4 Per cent, on Savings Accounts MILK UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT YOU WILL FIND HIM AT THE Wetmore and Hewitt BERLIN DYE WORKS Suits thoroughly Cleaned C 4 and Pressed v I Call Ind. 144. Sunset 495 2823 Oakes Everett's Largest Drug Store CITY DRUG STORE lIMO Hewitt Are Prescription Druggists P»ge Three