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SOUTH PARK GROCERY Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceriea Grain and Produce We carry a complete line of chicken feed as well as a full line of groceries. 41st and Colby Sun. 2160, Ind. 301 X EVERETT TENT & AWNING CO. 1501 Hewitt TENTS TO RENT 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 & Sandstein, 2812 Colby Aye.. Everett. Wash ROBBINS TRANSFER CO. FONES 371 We Move Anything—Day and Night Service If you like PEARSON'S MAGAZINE at all, you will like it BETTER than any other magazine Send your name and address on a postcard to PEARSON'S MAGAZINE, 425 East 24th Street, New York City, for a FREE SAMPLE COPY AND SEE; then subscribe through us— ■ HERE'S A BARGAIN CLUB RATES Regular Price Pearson's Magazine, 1 year $1.50 Labor Journal, 1 year $1.00 Value $2.50 OUR OFFER The Combination for 1 year $1.50 The Two Indispensables THE LATE WM. HAFERKORN'S OLD Home of Union Made Cigars and Tobaccos Will be maintained by the James R. Brewster Co., Inc. CC R DLBV AND HEWITT. C- S = *t-. = **: C 3a* SiS". fOf "i Mofk9y - - - -' J - Let A. P. Do It WATC- A'.S .£.'. E-C/ RE °* P SG faa'are; a P,»p&.r:r.g A. P M c- H1» Hewitt All Kinds of Jewelry and Spcri'-g GioSs S"S All Kinds of Repairing at Nick (irinfs 3005 He*itt Aye. R. Van Dyke PLUMBING AND HEATING 2811 OAKES Shop Phone 681 X Res. 518 X JOIN THE WOMAN'S CARD & LABEL LEAGUE Meets every Friday night in the Labor Temple KITTLESON GIiOCERY CO Good Things to Eat Phones: Ind. 47. Sun. 1540 1701 Wetmore Aye. A LIGHT WEIGHT 50c FIBRE LUNCH BOX Filled with Burley tobacco. Don't carry heavy tin boxes! INDUSTRIAL ACHIEVE MENTS EFFECTED BY COMMISSIONER HOWE (Continued from Page Twoi ! 'hat Frederic C. Howe has given. He has served the immigrants. He has ! added to the distinction of the present ministration of the government. He has .T.ace the property rights within - . uryisdktion get in line with hu r.z:.-- He has served construe- •re iemocracy. He has advanced the of a public service that holds an even hand for fair play and honesty. UNIONS PRODUCE THINKERS AND EDUCATORS li the labor unions did nothing else than call attention to the misery that abounds, their existence would be jus ■ The* have done more still; Bare produced remedies, upon • merits and demerits of which pro- Ors, editors and ministers now I6USI and advocate. Labor unions ■ oare produced thinkers and educators : from out of their own ranks, and have • [drawn students and teachers from the • altby and professional. And more d the condition of thousands of I famiiies, by securing higher w ages, 1 snorter hours and greater inde pendence, individually and collective* i ly. The result Is something to be proud of. The carpenter, printer, Cigarmaker, clerk, shoemaker, tailor, working long hours on short rations, have stepped boldly to the front and worked revolution in American thought. It is a fact beyond cavil "Any thinking man who says that an eight-hour day is an unjust request Is a fool, an idiot or don't know the ■ social consc : ou.sness of America, or is unacquainted with conditions under which men are working." was the em phatic declaration of Rev, Stldger, in an address to the Labor Council on t lie eight-hour strike of culinary! workers in San Francisco. DID NOT ADVERTISE A tale that has been going the rounds tells how an old bachelor found attached to a pair of socks a note from a factory girl pining for a soul-mate. He responded and after waiting with hope for some days, re- ceived this note: "Dear Mr. Bateh — Your note, addressed to my mamma, pleases me very much. I am now 18 years old. It's odd you should have been all this time getting her note, but I suppose the merchant from whom you bought the socks did not advertise." —Ex. Today, with all its infinite possi bilities, is at hand. Forget the things that were —make this day, your day, perfect. Whatever may happen to morrow can take nothing from this I day's achievements. NOTICE In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Snohomish County. Anna Arrigbi, Plaintiff, vs. O. J. Ar righi, Defendant—No. 16U46. The Stati- of Washington, to the said O. J. Arrighi, defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the] first publication of this summons, to wit, within sixty days after the L'L'nd day of September, l:»l»;. and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the com plaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the under signed attorneys for plaintiff 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 this action is to obtain a divorce from the defendant on the ground of abandonment for more than one year last pas, E. C. DAL'.EY. Attorney for Plaintiff. P. O. Address, Everett, Snchorr.ish County, Wash ington. THE LABOR JOURNAL Lowry & Vingen House Wiring, Supplies, Repairing and Fixtures. All Work and Material Guaranteed. 2804 Colby Ay. Ind 117 X, S. S. 585 Chris Culmback Wholesale TOBACCO AND CIGARS 1405 Hewitt Avenue Both Phones 237 Everett's Lsrgest Drug Store CITY DRUG STORE 11)10 Hewitt Are. Prescription Druggists 2000 BLOCK 2015 Hewitt Mfchanies Tools All Kinds. Builders Hardware, Cutlery, Sporting Goods, Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Taints and Varnishes. GET YOUR NEXT SUIT MADE AT WONDER MERCANTILE CO- 'ne Men's Furnishings and Bhoes Union Made Suits Made to Order S. UES & SON, Prop. Cor. Hoyt and Hewitt Avenue Dealers Full Line. Curran Hardware Co. R HULTMAN The Tailor 290S Wetmoi-e Avenue Everett 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 A. Harcus. 8 Commercial Press FALL AND WINTER SHIRTS UNDERWEAR HATS HOSIERY FOR MEN H. E. STILES 1721 HEWITT JOHN F. JERREAD UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER 2939 Broadway Both Phones 230 DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE MILLINERY New location MacBEAN'S MILLINERY 1812 Hewitt i Trunk 6, Bags, Repairing — Evepett Trunk Factory, 2815 Rockefeller. Kodak Films developed for 5 cents. Prints 2e and up. Juleen's Studio. Murray Shoe Co. ASK FOR RICHARDS & BRENNAN FINE SHOES NORTHERN TRANSFER CO. Office and Storage Warehouse Across from Great Northern Freight Depot Sunset 191, Ind. 19a 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. E?stman Kodaks ana Supplies at Dean's or Darling's Homer R. Dean, Prop. Phoneg 342 REMEMBER The Slore That Serves You Best. WESTBERG GROCERY 2933 Broadway Friday, September 22, 1916. 1715 HEWITT AYE. SUNSET 1141 —and— ARTHUR WILLIAMS WORK SHOES These Lines Carry the Union Stamp. Phones 342 C. E. Og'rosKy 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 Haferkern s. Good meeting halls for rent in Labor Temple at reasonable prices. Kitchen privileges. Inquire at La-, • bor Temple, 2814 Lombard. Fones: Ind. 115, Sunset 148.