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Friday, July 14, 1916.
F. D. SARTOR Maker of the Celebrated Brands of Cigars Union Made In Everett—Commercial, F. D. S., Everett, Little Havanas. Lowry & Vingen House Wiring, Supplies, Repairing and Fixtures. All Work and Material Guaranteed. 2816 Rockefeller. Ind. 368 Z, S. S. 742 Both Phones 691 Brick Storage Warehouse MODEL STABLES E. J. Dwyer, Mgr. LONG DISTANCE HAULING A SPECIALTY Heavy Trucking, Transfer, Baggage Cor. Grand and California Everett, Wash. 2000 BLOCK 2015 Hewitt Dealers Full Line. Mechanics Tools All Kinds. Builders Hardware, Cutlery, Sporting Goods, Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Paints and Yaruishes. Curran Hardware Co. LOUDON'S SHOE SHOP 2010 Hewitt (Next Broadway Theatre) and 1308 Hewitt Aye. Shoe Repairing WORK GUARANTEED Phones 342 Phones 342 REMEMBER The Store That Serves You Best. WESTBERG GROCERY 2933 Broadway C. E. Ogrosky FINE SHOE REPAIRING Dealer in Purses. Gloves and Leather Goods 2001 Hewitt Avenue BOSTONIANS Are Union Made BUY HERE FOR STYLE, QUALITY AND SERVICE MEN'S SHOE STORE Beard Bros. Next to Haferkorn s. Everett's Largest Drug Stors CITY DRUG STORE 1010 Hewitt Aye. Prescription Dmifiita ASK FOR Meadowmoor Fresh Churned Butter AND GET THE BEBT Meadowmoor Dairy Btors 1918 Hewitt MILLINERY New location MacBEAN'S MILLINERY 1812 Hewitt STAR SHOE STORE E. E. WEBER, Proprietor 2909 Hewitt Avenue UNION PLUMBING AND HEATING SHOPS R. M. Wcstover. R. Van Dyke. R. M. Richard*. A lledlund. V. W. Dalley. A. P. Basset*. C. A. Healy. Everetl Printers Who Can Put the Label on Your Printing: 1 Everett Print Shop. 2 Herald Printing Co. 3 Tribune Printing Co. 4 F. B. Hawes Printing Co. 6 Puget Press. 7 Kane & Harcus. 8 Commercial Press OPTICIANS II you value your eyes and optical service go to the Everett Optical Co. They grind their own lenses and you can get your glasses the same day your eyes are fitted. Prices moderate and all work guaranteed. Everett Optical Co., Baker k Sandstein, 2812 Colby Aye., Everett, Wash. We have a repair shop in connec tion with store and have an expert re pair man in charge of same. We make a specialty of repairing motor cycles, bicycles, typewriters, cash registers, guns and revolvers. We 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 75. Try "HARRIS CONFECTIONERY" ICE CREAM 15s Pint, 25c Quart. 2715 Hewitt Aye. Phones—S. S. 258, Ind. 424-Y. LITTLE BRICK MEAT MARKET 1809 HEWITT Save One-third of your Meat Bill. Buy Hers L. RICKARD and G. R. RICKARD Propfi. Phones: Sun. 814: Ind. 677Y JOHN F. JRRREAD UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER 2939 Broadway Both Phones 230 DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE HARDEMAN HATS GREEN HOOD SHIRTS HIGH GRADE—UNION MADE H.E. STILES 1721 HEWITT Chris Culmback Wholesale TOBACCO AND CIGARS 1405 Hewitt Avenue Both Phones 287 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Snohomish — No. 3551. In the matter of the estate of Augusta ('. Olson, deceased. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, by the undersigned, the executor of the last will and testament of Augusta C. Olson, deceased, to the creditors, of and till persons having claims against the said decedenl, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within one year after the date of the first pub lication of Ibis notice to the tinder signed executor, nt tin- Office of 11. \V. Holmes, Room 116, Colby Ituijding, in the City of Everett, County of Sno homish.' Stiite of Washington, the Mine being the place for the Iransae lion of the business of sad estate in Snohomish County. Washington. EDWARD A OI.SON. Executor of the hiai "'ill and teata men! of Augusta c. Olson, deoeaaed, II W. Holmes. Attorney for EX •outor, Room inti. coihy Building, ISnohomish County, Washington. ton. , „„ I Date of first publication, June 18, 11116. Truth About Mexico The Committee on Industrial Relations Washington, D. C, July 13.—Why is there such a tremendous pressure of special interests and of the po i litical forces they control to bring ,on a war of American conquest or dictatorship in Mexico? Head the following extracts from a ; recent open letter to President Wil son by Dr. J. W. Slaughter of Phila delphia, a man who knows Mexico and who is a noted economist and student of international affairs. "There is hardly any foreign invest ment in Mexico which has not se cured a privileged position with the expectation of extravagant returns." "Little of the great wealth of Mex ico is held by the Mexicans. Nearly all of her resources were sold to for eign concessionaries by Diaz and his cientificos. The Mexicans have no desire to curtail the legitimate in vestment of capital in their country, but they do wisli to end the all but universal rule of special privilege." "Tlio revolutionary leaders were preparing With great deliberation to deal with the most central and im portant of all Mexican problems, which was, indeed, the prime motive of tlie revolution, that of securing the economic independence of the repub lic." That is the meat of the answer to | the question given above. That ex plains why the American interests who have helped to rob the land and the other natural resources of Mex ico from the great mass of the people of Mexico now want the mass of Mexican people beaten down, by American military power, into sub jection to that robbery. For this Mexican revolution direct ed by Carranza is, as Dr. Slaughter says and proves, "a real revolution, with definte purposes designed to give liberty to the Mexican people for the first time in their known his tory. The revolution was the outcome of forces that had been generating for many years and was certain of success if it could be kept free from external intervention." The following paragraphs from an address of Dr Slaughter before the Philadelphia City club threw more light on the splendid reforms that the Mexican people are fighting for and that they were about to get when the special privilege grabbers began stirring up trouble across the border: "If one asks a few common soldiers, chosen at random, what they are fighting for, the majority will answer that they are fighting to gain access to the land. "Mexico is a country of great land holders, with the dispossessed com mon people until lately tied to the land in a form of serfdom. In the old days the land was held in the community method of ownership, worked in common, with common par ticipation in the benefits. A long chapter of Mexican economic history is needed to describe the process by which the Indians were dispossessed. It began In colonial days, but devel oped Into a profusion of corrupt and unjust practices under the Diaz dic tatorship. Every rural Mexican car ries a rankling sense of injustice. "The program of Mr. Carranza con- When a Feller Is Out of a Job All nature is sick from her heels to her hair Wen a feller is out of a job. She is all out of kilter an' out of re- Wen a feller is out of a job. Ain't no justice in the earth an' no salt in the sea, Ain't no ginger in life in this land of the free, An' the universe ain't what it's cracked up to be Wen a feller is out of a job. Wat's the good of blue skies an' blossomln' trees Wen a feller is out of a job? Wen your boy has large patches on both of his knees. An' a feller is out of a job? Them patches. 1 say. look so big te your eye That they shot out the lan'scape an" cover the sky, An' the sun can't shine through 'em, the best It can try, Wen a feller is out of a Job. \\"<>n a man has no part in the work of tho earth. Won a feller is out of a job. He feels the whole blunder of the niis- take of hiH birth. Wen a taller In out of a job. He feels he's no share in Ihe whole of the plan; Tliat he's got the milten from Na ture's own ban'; That he's a rejected an' leftover man. Wen a feller is out of a job. THE LABOR JOURNAL By DANTE BARTON tains agrarian reform as one of its cardinal elements. The situation is in a measure simplified by the volun tary exile of the more reactionary haciendados. Their peons set Hod quietly on the land, and have re ceived the benefits of their labor for the first time in their generation. Mr. Carranza has already promulgated a decree by which there is to be a lest Ing of Ihe great land owners' titles, and. if there is evidence of Injustice In the acquisition of lands, the owner ship of these lands is to be vested again in the communities thai origin ally owned them. Certain great es tates will probably be confiscated and divided, but Mr. Carranza litis no great, sympathy with confiscation as a policy. "In addition, a land tax is proposed which would be graduated so as to bear lightly on the small holder, but to make ownership of great estates an Impossibility, The leaders of the revolution have not yet seen the great desirability of a uniform rate which will collect from the landholders ac cording to thp value of the land. "The final group of reforms, which remain to be carried out and through which Mexico will encounter her most serious difficulties, express the very essence of the revolutionary move ment. They represent the intention to secure the economic independence of the country. The whole civil struggle has been a war upon the con cession system with its political, eco nomic and social ramifications. "I was given copies of the con tracts by which Lord Cowdray's com pany obtained their oil rights. Their provisions were of such a character that a little while before the begin ning of the European war, Lord Charles Beresford, a representative of extreme conservatism, declared in the House of Commons that it was a disgrace for the citizens of any civil ized country to be party to that con tract. In addition to almost unre stricted rights of exploitation of oil, the Cowdray interests hold two and a half million hectares of land, port works, the Tehuantepec railway and most of the electric lighting and tramway systems of the republic. "American interests, all more or less privileged, aggregate, it is said, a billion dollars. "The whole intent of the revolution is to end a system by which the nat ural resources of the country are drained by foreign capitalists grown accustomed to expect extravagant re turns." Dr. Slaughter said in his Philadel phia City club speech that President Wilson's Mobile speech, in which he announced "that his policy with ref erence to the Latin-American states would be to aid them in freeing them selves from foreign concessions," was "the first unequivocal declaration that the natural resources and populations of weaker nations are to be removed from the category of, capitalistic ex ploitation." In his open letter to the president Dr. Slaughter urges the president not to permit any "clamor of commercial agents and franchise holders" to turn him to "a policy of imperialistic aggression." For you've jest lost your holt with the rest of the crowd, Wen a feller is out of a job; An' you feel like a dead man, with nary a shroud. Wen a feller is out of a job. You are crawlin' aroun', but yer out of the game, You may hustle about—but yer dead just the same — Yer dead, with no tombstone to pull up yer name, Wen a feller is out of a job. Ev'ry man that's a man wants to help push the world, Hut he can't if he's out of a job; iHe is left out behind, on the shelf he is curled, W'en a feller is out of a job. Ain't no justice in the earth an' no salt in the sea, Ain't no ginger in life in this land of the free. An' the universe ain'b what it's cracked up to be. Wen a feller is out of a job. — Maoriland Worker. Trunks, Bags, Repairing — Everett Trunk Factory, 3815 Rockefeller. SOUTH PARK GROCERY Staple and Fancy Groceries We carry a complete line ef chicken feed as welt as a full line of groceries. I Valors in Grain and Produce 41st and Colby Sun. aioo, Ind. 301 X Unfair List Barber Shops—l. H. Turner, 1104 Hewitt; Wm. Whittaker, Lowell; Barnhart Shop, Monroe; Independent, 1107 Hewitt. ' Harris Barber Shop, American Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Iron Works — Sumner Iron Works. Hotels and Cafes—Mitchell Ho tel, Plumbers—C. B. Schweitzer, W. J. Callahan, Otto Mertz and Globe Wall Paper Co.'s plumbing dept. Hen Johnston and house, I=oo2 < olbv Aye Building Laborers—Peter Jack son. L. Starke. E. Cloke. John Grant. Electricians—P. R. Hare, Jack Shields, Electrical Contractors; Globe Wall Paper (\>.'s electric dept.: \V. E. Bennett. Dr. [daMclntyre (by Plumbers' Union.) ('til. Smilley an son; Fitz Ger ald. Plasterers—A. C. Wright, Wm. Carter, A. L. Knapp, Booth, Tom Nygard, W. L. Porter, Rathwell. Carpenters — Ole Sather, Joe Erickson, li. B. McAdams, Ru dolph Hartman and his building, Colby Aye. bet. 20th and 21st. L. Stark. Ed Chandler. W. L. Tyner. Olaf Larson. John Larson. Contractors —J. Wintermute, Amer Larson, 11. 0. Bartholmuc, R. B. McAdam. Morgan and Bancroft. Painters—Anderson & Steen, William Ferguson, Wm. Christen son, M. Kokee, Wm. Gleeson. Globe Wall Paper Co., L. L. Swartz, H. E. Main, H. Platzman, E. W. Phillips, 11. 0. Johnson. Teamsters—C. J. Witt, stand cor. Colby and Hewitt. Cement Workers—Pettit, Sr. Stores—Grocery Store, E. J. Long, 19th and Virginia. J. C. Sovda, 3419 Everett Aye. Tailors—Scotch Woolen Mills, 1904 Hewitt. San Juan Fish Co., Seattle. Btuldinfifa—l4l2 Grand, 1217 Hewitt. Gay Furniture Co. C. W. Anguish, 3505 Lombard. American Packing Co., Everett. Mr. Swan.son of the Cow Butter Store. Ridgway Grocery Co. and his building at 3406 Colby avenue. Fish Companies—San Juan Fish Co., Seattle. BARGREEN'S WILL PLEASE YOU IMPERIAL TEA CO. 1407 Hewitt Aye. Both Phones WONDER MERCANTILE CO- me Men's Furnishings and Shoes Union Mads Buits Mad* to Order 8. UEB A SON. Prop. Car. Hoyt and Hewitt Avenue QKT YOUR NKXT SUIT MADE AT R. HULTMAN The, Taller MM Wetmore Avenue . Good meeting hall* for rent in Labor Temple at reasonable ericas/ 'Kitchen privileges. Inquire at La-, ■ bcr Temple, 2814 Lombard. Fones: Ind. 115, Sunset 148. • Eastman Kodaks and Supplies at Dean's or Darling's Homer R. Dean, Prop. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Snohomish- No. 3672. •In the matter of tho estate of i Christine Keene, deceased. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, by th« undersigned, the executor of the I last will and testament of Christine Keene. deceased, to the creditors, of and ail persons having claims against the said decedent, to exhibit them With the necessary vouchers within one year after the date of the first pub lication of this notice to the under signed executor, at the office of H. W, Holmes. Room 816, Colby Building, in the city of Everett, county of Sno homish, state of Washington, the same being the place for the transac tion of the business of laid estate in Snohomish County, Washington. WII.I.IAM II KEENE, Executor of the last wilt and testa tnent of Christine Keene, deceased, H. W, Holmes. Attorney for Kx ecutor, Room 21fi, Colby Buitdlni Snohomish County, State of Washing I Data of first publication, June 23, 1916. An Extra Day A Week for Each Woman A domestic economist has said "Women waste enough time trying to do housework without sufficient hot water—or in waiting for water to heat—to give each one an extra day every week." This lecturer referred to the extra time required tor washing dishes in hike warm water- ihe time wasted in trying to clean floors with small quantities of hot water—the time wasted in waiting for water to heat. Her point was thai a gas water heater which can be purchased for as little as $10.00 connected (if service is in house) would save her hours of labor each wee); and enable her to do her work better. Order your gas water heater today from any dealer or the Everett Gas Company A Bank Account There are many methods of doing most things, but ihe men who have made the greatest successes in life are united in the opinion that the only way to acquire wealth is to get a HANK ACCOUNT and keep adding to it regularly. An account will ultimately make anyone independent. We would appreciate having a BANK ACCOUNT in your name. BANK OF COMMERCE Thousands of Working People all over the United States are wisely banking a certain portion of their pay weekly as a reserve fund for the future—are you? If not, Our Savings Department, paying 4'", Interest, cordially invites you to do so. Gitizens Bank & Trust Co. Everett, Washington OUR MILK COATED FRUIT AND NUT CENTER CHOCOLATES Are Exceptionally Fine. In boxes or bulk, 60c per lb. net weight HOLMES' 1916 Hewitt PAY LEBB AND DRESS BETTER AT THE NORMAN SUIT HOUSE MEN'S CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY THREE OF A KIND—HARD TO BEAT IDEAL BAKING CO., Wholesale Bakers Murray Shoe Co. 1715 HEWITT AYE. SUNSET 1141 ASK FOR RICHARDS & BR EN NAN FINE SHOES —and— ARTHUR WILLIAMS WORK SHOFS These Lines Carry the Union Stamp. EVERETT, WASH. Page Three