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BACHELDER & CORNEIL
BETTER CLOTHES—UNION MADE
1617-19 HEWITT AVENUE
- MAKE THIS YOUR MAIL ORDER HOUSE
SAVE TIME AND ENERGY RY SHOPPING
IN THE GRAND LEADER BASEMENT
-An immense showing in which you will
l'ind so large an assortment of gifts at
such a wide range of prices that you can
buy for nearly your entire list in the one
—Useful, artistic and exclusive gifts from
the world's best markets, conveniently ar
ranged for easy selection.
Full of Delights and Marvels for Kiddies
We Blazed the Trail for
Lower Prices on Shoes
Come to our store and save 30 to 40 Per Cent
on Your Winter Shoes
HI ISTER BROWN SHOES
WHITE HOUSE SHOES
"FELT AND LEATHER SLIPPERS"
—A good heavy-weight Outing Flannel in fancy and
plain, pink, blue and white; sold at the old price at 45c a
yard. Our new price 25c a yd.
—Handsome Silk Hose win Lisle top; size B'4, 9, 9Vs>, 10;
colors: black, brown, plum and lavender. Take advantage
of this wonderful reduction.
$1.59 Camisoles 98c
These Camisoles are mad*- of very fine Wash Satin,
Crepe de Chine with lace or hemstitched tops; come in
white or flesh; $1.59 values, Special 98c
THE CHRISTM AS STORE FOR KIDDIES
Every kiddy likes new things for Christmas —useful
things like Taps and Mittens—Pretty Coats and Jaunty
Hats. Bring them into the store for their Christmas
outfit —we have the clever clothes that will please them
—and prices to delight you, too.
Bring in the youngsters to see our big stocks of
Picture Hooks, Dolls, Toys. Games. We'll be glad to see
them in the store.
1504 HEWITT Saves You Money MAIN 177
KM IS GOODS
Smoke CHALLENGE 10> Cigar.
TOY LA ND
For Xmas Gifts
1M 1 HEWITT AYE.
At the New Price 25c a Yard
Now on Special Sale
$2.00 Hose at 79c
SL IT MAN
Cutting prices on tailor
made unclaimed Suits
and Overcoats $20.00
2005 HEWTT AYE.
We operate the best equip
>ed tire repair plant in this
state. All our work is abso
OILS AND GREASES
2625 Colby Aye.
is the only absolutely
12c per quart
'Mb and Broadway
EVERETT TENT &
TENTS TO RENT
2005 Hewitt Aye.
The Union Record closed a deal
Wednesday for the purchase of a
steel-concrete building, four stories
high with a double basement, at the
corner of Stewart and First Aye.,
Seattle. The ground is 00x180 feet.
The building will be used by the
Record and other union concerns.
The Record's new press now in
storage, awaiting the securing of a
building large enough to hold it,
will shortly be installed. That pa
per will start a circulation cam
paign and by the Ist of June ex
pects to have 100,000 subscribers.
The growth of the Union Record
to its present greatness shows a
wonderful record in newspaper
Repealing War Laws
Question has arisen as to whether
the Volstead resolution repealing all
war laws repeals the espionage act.
Some lawyers and some newspapers
claim the espionage act was meant
to be enforced in all wars and can
only be repealed by an act of con
gress, and that the Volstead resolu
tion, which has already passed the
House, if it should pass the Senate
and become law, would not affect
the espionage act. That the espion
age act would remain in force until
the United States is "judicially'
Smoke OLYMPIC 10<' Cigar.
American and High
JEWELERS and OPTICIANS
1612 HEWITT AYE.
Home Made Xmas Candies
Fancy Boxes and Fancy Baskets Packed with
our High Grade Milk Chocolates for
your Christmas Gifts.
Come In And See
1916 Hewitt Aye.
THE LABOR JOURNAL
The Congress Moves
To Relieve Farmer.-.
Washington, Dec. 14.—Overriding
stubborn opposition, the coalition of
Southern and Western senators last
night forced the adoption of the res
olution to aid the agricultural intei-
I ests which are suffering heavy
losses, because of the sagging prices
of farm products.
The measure was carried without
a roll call after a test vote dis
closed the opposition hopelessly out
numbered. The resolution, as finally
adopted, directs the secretary of the
treasury to revive the war finance
corporation, with a view to finding
foreign markets for agricultural ami
other product*. It also declares it
to be the sense of congress that the
federal reserve board should tak*'
such action as may be desired to
permit member banks of the feder
al reserve system to grant liberal
extension of credits to farmers at ■
fair and reasonable rate of interest.
The opponents of the bill extract
ed two important concessions froi i
its supporters. They succeeded In
obtaining an amendment forced by
Senator Smith of Georgia, provid
ing that the war finance corporation
efforts in locating new foreign mar
kets should not be confined merely
to agricultural products, but should
be extended to ail kinds of pro
ducts. Two sections dealing with
credits to farmers were also ma
terially modified. Instead of per
emptorily directing the federal re
serve board to permit member banks
to grant liberal extension of credit,
the resolution now merely declare;
it to be the opinion of congress that
the board should take such action.
The trade union movement in
America is not revolutionary. It
does not expect to change the sys
tem of wealth production by a plat
form, nor reform all property rela
tions by a vote.
Smoke BLUE RIBBON . r ><' Cigar.
MOON & REEP, Inc.
1912 Hewitt Aye.
STAPLE AND FANCY
We carry a complete line of
Coffee, Teas. Raking
Powder, Spices, Etc.
A square deal at all times
is assured each of our
Staple and Fancy
Phone Main 824
All Union Made Cigars in
Everett By F. D. Sartor
PRACTICAL GIFTS ARE
SURE TO COME
With each year there is an in
crease in the demand for sensible
gifts. We have scores of good
practical gifts and if you buy
them here, you will not have to
pay Special Holiday prices.
A few suggestions may be help
Toilet Articles, Leather Goods,
Perfumes, Stationery, Shaving
Supplies. A complete line of
Genuine Pyraline Ivory, always
in stock at the lowest possible
Buy now and save time and
Phone Main 225
1710 HEWITT AYE.
YOUR OLD HATS
1304 Wall St.
Corner of Oakes and Hewilt
LIGHT LUNCH AND
Two New National Drinks
"YOU'LL SAY SO"
On Sale at All Soft Drink
Van Valey Bottling
Rhone Main 385
Butter, lb. 52C
Large Ranch Eggs, doz 58c
Large Pullet Fggs, doz. 48 C
10 lbs. Sugar 95C
Cheese, lb. .. 33c
11 lbs. Manchurian Walnuts 98t
4 lbs. Rolled Oats 25C
GIFTS THAT LAST
JEWELERS and OPTICIANS
20 Years in Everett
1612 HEWITT AYE.
Robert H. Harlin
Seattle, December 15—Robert H.
Harlin, former president of District
No. 10 of the United Mine Workers
of America, which comprises the
State of Washington, received 3500
out of 4000 votes cast in the state
in his candidacy for national presi
dent of the United Mine Workers of
America, and carried Wyoming and
Montana 2 to 1, it was announced
today at district headquarters here
after tabulation of returns from yes
In the election of officers, Ben
Farrimond of Rosiyn, Wash., was
elected president, succeeding Har
Sam Caddy, Seattle, was re-elect
ed member of the international ex
ecutive board; Frank Coof, of Car
bonado, vice-president, and Ernes!
Newsham, Seattle, secretary.
Samuel Switzer, aged 72, died
Wednesday morning at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. S. J. Hart, 34111
Grand avenue. Mr. Switzer had
been in poor health for several
months but had only recently come
to reside with his daughter. He is
survived by two sons and two
daughters, Ervin Switzer, Vancouv
er, B. C. and Alex Switzer of Spo
kane; Mrs. Finzen ol Spokane and
Mrs. S. J. Hart of this city. Fun
eral arrangements, in charge of Chal
lacombe & Fickle will be announced
Some men live a life of dreams.
They center their thought upon an
ideal system of society; they want
nothing but this idea]. Some ex
pect it in a thousand years, some
in one hundred years, some in our
Individuality* is preserved by or
Watches of the
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Store Open* la. m, Om* i p. nL, Daily, Including Saturday
Hewitt and Wetmore
THE SHOPPING CENTER OF EVERETT
—May be selected at our Glove Counter. Gifts of Gloves
are certain of true appreciation of the sentiment that
prompts them, and if Gloves of the splendid quality
stocked here are chosen, you have assurance of full credit
to your good taste.
EVENING GLOVES Vi
—Long Kid Gloves, in white and champagne, for eve
ning wear; 8, 12 and 16-button lengths. Overseam and
full pique sewn. Priced, a pair $7.50 and $7.95
—Mocha one-clasp style; full pique sewn; grey, covert
and field mouse. Priced, a pair $4.95
—Silk-lined Mocha, in grey, one-clasp style. Priced, a
—Glace Kid Gloves, in two-clasp style; overseam and full
pique-sewn; black, white, and all the new shades. Priced,
a pair $3.95
—Glace Kid, with novelty stitching; black and white.
Priced, a pair $4.75
—Washable Kid Gloves, in the one-clasp style; P. X. M.
and half pique-sewn; grey, tan and brown. Price, a
pair $3.00 to $4.95
The Peerless Dairy
MADE FRESH DAILY IN OUR OWN
Clear, mixed 30c lb., 2 for 55c
Broken, mixed 35c lb., 2 for 65c
French, mixed 45c lb., 2 for 85c
Chocolate, mixed 50c lb., 2 for 95c
Peanut Butter 40c lb., 2 for 95c
AH Sizes From 5c Up
We have the largest assortment of fancy
boxes and baskets filled with our own de
licious hand-rolled Chocolates.
THE GIFT SHOP OF EVERETT
Hundreds of Handsome Gifts At a Price
To Fit Any Purse
VAN OLINDA'S ART SHOP
This shop owned by a Union man.
Friday. December 17 1920
A WELCOME GIFT
1508 HEWITT AYE.
2816 COLBY AYE.