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Friday, December S, 1916
Order that
Christmas Suit
or O'Coat
Now!
Ilnve it Tailor Made, made by
the best tailors in the country.
Always renumber our Sails and
Overcoats are Union Made and
absolutely guaranteed to fit and
satisfy you.
Come in today and place your
order.
Suit or Overcoat
$15.00 AND UP
UNION MADE
Dundee Woolen Mills
14161 .2 Hewitt Aye.
PACKARD
MAZDA LAMPS
give three times the light at no
greater cost for current. We sell them.
Lowry & Vingen
2804 Colby Avenue
Everett, Wash.
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.
ASK FOR
Meadowmoor
Fresh Churned
Butter
AND GET THE BEST
Meadowmoor Dairy Store
IPIB Hewitt
MILLINERY
New location
MacBEAN'S MILLINERY
181? Hewitt
JOHN F. JERREAD
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
i 939 Broadway Both Phones 230
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
Phones 342
REMEMBER
The Store That Serves You Best.
WESTBERG GROCERY
2933 Broadway
C. £. Ogrosky
FINE SHOE REPAIRING
Dealer in Purses, Gloves and Leathet
Goods
2001 Hewitt Avenue
BETTER LIVING
AT LESS EXPENSE
If You Euy All Your Groceries at the
FARM PRODUCTS
The Store That Put the "Crimp" in
"High Cost of Living" in Everett
UNION PLUMBING AND
HEATING SHOPS
It. M WtMoni
R, Van Dyke.
K. M. Richard*
,\ Hedlund.
r, w. Dallas
A. p Baasett.
O. A. Ilealy.
STAR SHOE STORE
E. E. WEBER. Proprietor
2909 Hewitt Avenue
> Gccd meeting halls for rent In
• I abor Temple at reascnable orlce*
,'Kitchen privileges. Inquire at La
>bar Temple, 2814 Lombard. Fones:
Ind. 115, Sunset 148.
Try
"HARRIS CONFECTIONERY"
ICE CREAM
IBs Pint. 26c Quart
2715 Hewitt Aye.
Phones—S. S. 258, Ind. 424-Y.
iSTA I OF THE WEST)
UNION MADE
DRUGS AND KODAKS
DEAN'S PHARMACY
Formerly Darling's
CITY DRUG STORE
Fair to Labor
Believes in Union Labor
1910 HEWITT AYE.
We have a repair shop m 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
Phones :t4i'
Hardware store Both Phones 75
Everett Printers Who
Can Put the Label on
1 Everett Print Shop.
2 Herald Printing Co.
3 Tribune Printing Co.
4 F B. Hawes Printing C.
i Puget Press.
J Kane & Harcus.
8 Commercial Press
BOSTONIANS
BUY HERE FOR STYLE.,
QUALITY AND SERVICE
MEN'S
SHOE STORE
Fine East of Mountains
COOKING APPLE 0
COV/BUTTE!* ,' T r
CHRISTMAS JEWELRY
MADE TO ORDER
A. P. Miller
Men's All Leather Ores. Shoos
priced at a saving to you. The Golden
Rni*,
Your Printing:
Are Union Made
Beard Bros
Next to Haferkern s.
85c Box
1916 Hewitt
Unfair List
BARBER SHOPS
i. ii. Turner, not Hewitt; William
Whittaker, Lowell; Barnhart shop.
Monroe; Independent, 1107 Hewitt.
BUILDING LABORERS
Peter Jackson, L. Starke, Emil Mit
tersbaeh, E. Cloke, John Grant.
BUILDINGS
1412 Grand, 1217 Hewitt.
CARPENTERS
Joe Erickson. K. H. McAdams, Ru
dolph Hart man and his building, Colby
avenue, between Twentieth and Twen
ty-flrst; L. Stark, Ed Chandler, W. L.
Tyner, Olaf Larson and John Larson.
CONTRACTORS
J. Wlntermute, Amor Larson, H. O.
Bartholmue, R. B. McAdam, Morgan &
Bancroft, E. J. McGregor.
ELECTRICIANS
P. It. Hare, Jack Shields, electrical
contractors; Globe Wall Paper Co.'s
electric department; W. E. Bennett.
FISH COMPANIES
San Juan Fish Co., Seattle.
HOTELS AND CAFES
Mitchell Hotel.
IRON WORKS
Stunner Iron Works.
PAINTERS
Anderson & Steen, William Fergu
son, William Christenson, M. Kokee,
William Gleeson, Globe Wall Paper
Co., L. L. Swartz, H. E. Main, H.
Platzman, H. O. Johnson.
PLASTERERS
A. C. Wright, Wm. Carter, A. L.
Knapp, Booth, Tom Nygard, W. L.
Porter, Rathwell.
PLUMBERS
C. R. Schweitzer, W. J. Callahan,
Otto Mertz and Globe Wall Paper Co.'s
plumbing department; Hen Johnston
and house, 4002 Colhy avenue.
STORES
E.J.Long, grocery store, Nineteenth
and Virginia; Kidgway Grocery Co.
and his building at 3406 Colby avenue.
TAILORS
Scotch Woolen Mills, 1904 Hewitt.
TEAMSTERS
C. .T. Witt, stand corner Colby and
Hewitt
MISCELLANEOUS
Riverside Theatre, 2916 Hewitt; C.
W. Anguish, 3505 Lombard; American
Packing Co., Everett; Dr. Ida Mclntyro
(by Plumbers' Union); Cal. Smilley
and son; Fits Gerald.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lln the Superior Court of the State of j
Washington, for Snohomish County.
[In the Matter of the Estate of Anna
E, How, deceased.—No, 5720.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, the administratrix of the last
will and testament of Anna E. Dow,
deceased, to the creditors of and all \
persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them with
the necessary vouchers within one
year after the date of the first pub
II cation of this notice to the under
signed, administratrix, in the office of
H. W. Holmes, Room 210 Colby Build
ing, in the City of Everett. County of
Snohomish, and Slate of Washington,'
the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said
estate in Snohomish County, State of!
Washington.
CARRIE L. SANDSTKIN,
Administratrix of the last will and!
testament of Anna E. Dow, deceased.
H. W. Holmes, Attorney for Admin
istratrix, Boom 216 Colby Building,
City of Everett, Snohomish County,
Washington,
Date of first publication, November
10, 1916.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Superior Court of Ihe Slate of
Washington, for Snohomish County.
In the .Matter of the Estate of Antoine
,T. Dusbane, deceased. —No. 3751.
In pursuance to an order of the
above entitled Court, notice is hereby
given to the creditors and all persons
having any claims against the estate
of Antoine J, On Shane, deceased, or
against Antoine J. Ou Shane or against
the community of Anlo'.ne J. Ou Shane,
leceased, and Mabel Dv Shane, to pre
nt them with the necessary vouchers
to the undersigned, Mabel Dv Shane,
executrix of the estate of Antoine J.
lin Shane, deceased, at the office of
C. A. Schneider, attorney for executrix.
Loom 6 Junction Block, Ballard Sta
tion, Seattle, King County, State of
Washington, within one year from and
;fl r the date of the first publication
of this notice, to-wit, within one year
from the 10th day of November, 1916,
or the same will be forever barred.
MABEL DC SHANK,
Executrix of the estate of Antoine J.
Dv Shane, deceased.
C. A. Schneider, Attorney for Ex
ecutrix. Room 5 Junction Block, Bal
lard Station, Seattle, King County,
Washington,
First publication, November 10, 1010.
Last publication, December 8, 1910.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I i he Superior Court of the Slate of
Washington, In and for the County
i !' Snohomish.
In the Matter of the Estate of Jetis
V. (son, Deceased. —No. 3776.
Notice is hereby given by A. 1!.
Maulsby, the duly qualified and acting
Imlntstrator Of the estate of Jens
N( I On, deceased, to the creditor;- of
Id estate, and all persona having j
claims against said deceased to exh'bil
the same with the necessary vouchers
!: •! oni gear from the (late of the
first publication of this notice, to-wlt —I
the 17th day of November, lots, to the
dmlnisrator at Rooms 200-7 stokes
Block, In the City of Everett, Sno
bomlsh County, state of Washington,
the office Of his attorney, It. J. Fans
it, the same being the place for the!
transacion of business In settling said
estate.
A. li. MAULSBY, 1
Administrator.
THE LABOR JOURNAL
A PROGRESSIVE SO=
GOVERNOR
Governor Bilbo of Missis Ippi seems
to be a progressive on taxation, If his
personal organ, The Issim. published
at Jackson, expresses his Views,
Robert s. Phlfer, single taxi r and can
didate tor mayor, in his platform ad
vocates the tax system that has made
Houston, Texas, famous. In his cam
paign statement Mr, Phifer speaks of
the good results obtained In Houston
by exempting personal property and
assessing improvements ni a lower
rate than land values. In n card to
affairs In Jackson, which he would
reform, he says:
"As it Is now, men are heavily
taxed If they work and build, but
lightly taxed if they gamble In
land. But under my administra
tion the present policy will be
reversed."
In commenting on this, Governor
Bilbo's paper says:
"His arguments are unanswer
able, and he backs up every prop
osition he makes, in his speech) a
on the stump. Mr. Phifer's
theory of taxation is nol alto
gether new, and is being prac
ticed by other cities similar to
Jackson with great success."
Let Governor Bilbo keep up that
pace, and he will become famous out
side of Mississippi.—American Eco
nomic League.
I'lease the Little Folk- with toys
and books from The Golden Rule a!
prices that please your purse.
"Baldy" Anderson, lhe tonsorlal
artist, has returned from a sojourn in
Montana to again enjoy tlie balmy
breezes of Puget Sound. Baldy says
thai there is good money and some
other good things in Montana, hut the
chilly breezes are too much lor his
"southern blood. '
The printing plant of the United
Brotherhood of Carpenlers and Join
ers of America, at Indianapolis. Ind..
cleared $10,801 last year.
Solid Leather Shoes at prices to lit
your purse. The Golden Rule.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for Snohomish
County.
In the matter of the estate of Henry
Morris, deceased. —No. 3770.
Nolice is hereby given by the under
signed, as administratrix of the estate
!of Henry Morris, deceased, to all
J creditors of, and all persons having
Claims against deceased, or the mari
tal community composed of said de
ceased Henry Morris and his wife,
I.aura Morris, to exhibit them with
necessary vouchers within one year
after the first publication of this
notice, to-wit: within one year after
the 20th day of October, 1916, to the
undersigned administratrix, at the law
j office of George W. I.outfit, Room 225
Realty Building, corner of Colhy and
Hewitt Avenues. Everett, Snohomish
County, State of Washington, the same
being the place for the transaction of
business of the sail! estate in said
Snohomish County, Washington.
Dated this 16th day of October, 1916.
LAURA MORRIS.
As Administratrix of the Estate of
Henry Morris, Deceased.
Geo. W. Louttit, Attorney for Ad
ministratrix.
First Publication, October 20th, 1916.
Last Publication, —, 1916.
NOTICE OF HEARING OF FINAL
ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR
DISTRIBUTION—No. 2901
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for Snohomish
County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Nettie
Marsolais, Deceased,
Notice is hereby given that Eli
Marsolais. the duly qualified and act
ing administrator of the above en
titled eslate, has filed and rendered
to this court his final account therein,
and petitioned for final distribution
has been petitioned lor in said court,
and the court has fixed Saturday, the
23rd day of December, 1910, at Hie
hour of 9:30 A. M. of said day, in De
partment No. 2 of said court, as tho
time and place, when and where a
hearing on said final account will be
heard, and for the distribution of said
eslate will be had: at which time ami
place any person interested hi said
estate may appear and file his or her
objections in writing to said account
and Contest the same and ask for
such order in the distribution of said
estate as may seem proper.
CH \s. H. FICKBL,
(Seal) Clerk.
By ADRIAN H, HULBBRT, Deputy.
Date of first publication, November
24, I91(i.
Hate of last publication, December
22, 1910.
Useful, Durable Christmas Qifts.
Ladies' Hand PyrseS 85e to $3.50
Ladies' Hand 8ag5...51.00 to $8.00
Music. Rolls and Satchels. _75e to ?6
Cowhide and Walrus Bags.s6 to $10
Toy Trunks, Coin Purses, Bill
Folds, Drinking Cups, Umbrellas
and repairing at Everett Trunk
Factory, 1818 Rockefeller.
THE PROOKLYN
2822 COLBY
Mo,lent, steam neat; hot ami
i old water In every room. Xi a
sonable rates
Mrs. Stapleton. Proprietress.
BU / RED CROSS SEALS
WITH YOUR PENNIES
Pennies ordinary, little inslgnifi

tremendously Important piece of work
for you and for every man. woman
and child In Washington. We are
speaking now of pennies derived from
Ihe sale of Red Cross Seals, for nearly
a million and a hall' of these cheerful
little stickers have been distributed
throughout the state during the past
week, through the malls to Individuals
ami to schools, and by large consign
ments to the antituberculosis leagues,
and to countless women's clubs and
Individuals, all of whom have en
thusiastically undertaken this gnat
educational campaign.
Will the pennies, now. come In fast
enough to permit the Washington Ks
sociation (or the Prevention and Re-
lief of Tuberculosis lo continue the
tight against the Bilent white Plague
In Washington, to press the campaign
jfor county sanatoria and tuberculosis
visiting nurses and to carry on the
jrest of its comprehensive campaign?
It will If you will help, you can do so
in two ways: (li By selling seals;
(2) by buying seals. This campaign
should be a record-breaker. Will you
buy or sell?
Prizes for the sale of Red Cross
Seals are attractive this year. All
towns have an equal opportunity In
the competition, as the award will he
made on it per capita basis, the 19 In
census being used. Tlie prizes are as
follows:
A three number lecture course for
the school in the town between 2000
and 5000 population making the high
est per capita sale.
A two number lecture course for the
[school having between 1000 and 2000
population making the highest per
capita sales.
A single lecture to the village hav
ing below 1000 population, selling
most seals per capita.
The "Honor Roll" will contain tin
names of all cilies or towns selling
three or more seals per capita. A copy
of the "Honor Roll" will be sent to
the National Tberculosls Association
in Xew York and to the press of
Washington, Win a prize for your
com munlty,
CLAYTON ACT
BEING TESTED
Another Danbury hatters' case, and
upon a larger .scale, appears to be in
volved in Dowd against the United
Mine Workers, recently decided by
the United States court of appeals of
the eighth eircut. Damages to the
amount of $i,2. r ai,ooo are sought under
the Sherman antitrust law on ac
count of an alleged conspiracy Involv
ing a strike accompanied by destruc
tion of property. Tlie sum sued lor is
more than live times as great as in
the hatters' case.
The plaintiff is Dowd, the receiver
ol' mine coal companies of the Hart
ford valley in western Arkansas,
which were controlled by the Bache-
Dt nam interests. In 1914 these com
panies became involved in a struggle
with the United .Mine Workers, which
culminated in the almost complete de
struction of one of their mines by a
mob. In answer to the suit the United
Mine Workers filed a demurrer, which
was held to be good by the federal
district court. The circuit court of
appeals, however, reversed the de
cision, it holds that Interstate com
merce has been Inteferred with and
that the plaintiff's bill sta'es a proper
cause of action. —Missouri Trades
Unionist.
ROAD BONDS
Bonds sold for county highway lm
provement, In the opinion of road
specialists of the department, should
never run for more than 30 years, and
retirement even earlier is better
where this can be accomplished with
out too great an Increase In the tax
rate, it is dangerous practice to have
bonds run tor a long period, becausi
it! such cases the indebtedness often
outlives Ih ('estimated life of the im
provements made with the money so
raised, .Money borrow.,! 10 build
roads should be repaid by those who
enjoy the benefit of 'he improvements'
thus financed, and not be a debt upon
these who gain no benefit trom the
expenditure.—Weekly News Letter,
Agricultural Department.
The war in Europe still rages, the
prosperity in the East still continues,
out here we st.il! wish for a share of
it. We think the shingle weavers'
1 n«i i<> <•
: . '
.■ i :
di l, we don't care a cent if he does.
ii was urn a show of generosity the
shingle weavers asked of the mill
owners, it was a fulfillment of
promises, expressed and implied, that
when there was a rise in the price of
shingles the old wage would be re
stored the scale that is being paid
bj 90 per oent of the Bhingie manu
facturers in the state
In These Infants 7 Items
Practical evcry-day needs that make very suitable and
acceptable Christmas gifts—some of the items, such a3 Comb
Sets, Rattles, Bath Tub Floaters, etc., are very handy for
mailing.
Carriage Robes
Infants' Knitted Carriage
Robes in solid white or
white with pink or blue
edge. Price $3.50.
Knitted Carriage Robes in
white or pink and white
or blue and white com
binations. Priced $2.25.
Comb and Brush
Sets
Jnfants' two-piece Comb
and Brush Sets, white
with pink or blue decora
tions; 50c to $2.50.
Three-piece Sets, Comb.
Biush and Soap or Comb.
Bru.'h and Powder, pink
or blue decorated. Price
$1.25. $2.25.
"A Time of Plenty"
Tlie time to save is when you have
This holds good with money as well as with other property War
tunes and hard tunes do not worry people with a hank
account, like those who have made no preparation
tor the days to come.
Our hank is the place to start an account, and be prepared for
tinit's of nt-M-(I
Our operations are conservative, and at all times keep the interest
Of our customers in mind.
We pay 3. Interest.
BANK OF COMMERCE
Hell Hatu No Fury Like a Woman Scorned
ALSO A HOOD COMEDY
10 and 5 Cents
BROADW AY
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
"THE GIRL FROM FRISCO"
HELEN GIB3ON in a Railroad Drama, with
TWO GOOD COMEDIES
COMLNG SUNDAY. A MUTUAL MASTERPIECE
"IN THE WEB OF THE GRAFTERS'*
PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER
AT
THE NORMAN SUIT HOUSE
SAN REV and NICKEL LEADER
PACKAGES MADE IN EVER]
A. J LEIBERSCHALL
HARRISON GRAY OTIS
LOSES IN DAMAGE SUIT
A verdict for $80,000 on the 28th was
awarded by a jury in Superior Judgi
Myers' court in l.os Angeles I.> Kdw.n
T. Karle in his libel suit against the
Times-Mirror Company, H Q, Otis
and Harry Andrews of the Times,
Of this sum $28,000 was awarded by
::ii c ! \
1 (■•
.
was punitive or exemplary damages
. . ' lie
Company in the nature of a line.
In his closing remarks Otis' at
torney said to the JUT) :
"If you believe he (Mr. Kuril has
been libeled, what is his damage.
Thirty cents would be liberal."
Pon't get cold feet Keep then
warn In our Comfy Bltppers, The
Qolden Kale.
There*! a Hint of Chrisimas
EVERETT. WASHINGTON
STAR
VALESKA SURATT
—IN—
"JEALOUSY"
f.'EN'S CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY
DON'T BUY CHRISTMAS 'CIGARS
Prince Cigar Shre
; . h
better and la much less bulk) than the
ordinary product, can he mad-- by
rrvesiug and oeatrlfngalislng, which
eliminate water and leave behind
U ar and flavor.
Blankets
Infants' Teddy Bear Blank
els in pink or white, with
floral or animal designs;
85 c> 95c.
Infants'
Silk Kimonos
Infants' Silk Kimonos, pink
or blue, with embroidery
designs on cuffs and skirt.
Price $3.25, $3.50.
Infants' Rattles, 25c to 75c
Infants' Ivory Balls, 65c
Infants' Knitted Balls, 65c,
Infants' Bath Tub Floaters,
50c 75c
Infants' Record Books, 50c,
$2.00.
V 1 ; ,
AND FOUNTAIN LUNCH
NEXT DOOR TO
ORPHELM THEATRE
Waltham, Elgin, Hamilton
Watches
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i. Tim,
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