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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 25 April 1913

4 Free Art Exhibition LUNDAHL S FAMOUS PICTURE "The Crucifixion" COMMENCING APRIL 25TH. This is one of the most wonderful Pictures ever painted. It is valued at $85,000.00. "The Crucifixion" is the work of the great artist l.undahl. a masterpiece of great beauty and educational value Thousands have viewed this greal painting, and yon. tt>". should take advantage of this opportunity to view it without charge. We have secured this picture ami will exhibit it for it limited time only on the third floor of our store. COME AND SEE IT AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS ! Barron Furniture Co. TRADES COUNCIL. Council called to order April 10. President Williston presiding. An appeal from Robert Wright, of Denton, Tazas, was read and filed. This appeal makes ils appearance about every six months. A communication was read from tho stove Mounters international Union giving a list of stove works where members of their union were involved in strikes. Tlie list is as follows: Excelsior Stove & Manufac...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 2 May 1913

KE LABOR JOURNAL Motion the Journal to the merchant who solicits your patron age through these columns. VOL. XXIII. Something New in MEN'S CLOTHES Every Day To keep OUT stock right up to the minute always, we get in new things—new ideas —every day, so that this store is especially valuable to tbe man who always wants the new things While they are new. Union Made Suits, Union Made Hats, Union Made Shirts, Union Made Gloves, Union Made Shoes The Brodeck Co. 1701-3 Hewitt Avenue We Give S. & H. Green Trading Stamps KLA-HOW-YAH, July 1-2-3-4 AShipment of Tttb and House Dresses Arrived Yesterday Tliese Dress 's are made of fancy light percales, linons, plain linettes aud mercerized materials. Shown in new, natty, one piece styles, with plain contrasting collars and trimmings; also in button trimmed effects. Come in all sizes and are priced very reasonable at — $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $1.98 and up to $2.98 The Dresses at $1.25 have Dust Caps to match CHILDREN'S 35c APRONS FOR 25c Aprons ...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 2 May 1913

2 The Lafc) or Journal Entered nt the postott'ice in Everett, Washington, an second class mail matter. E. P. MARSH — — -Editor J. B. OAMPBELI — - Buai*eas Manager Phone9 —Snnset 148, Ind. 115 lhib»eription SI.OO Per Year in Advance. Advertising Rates on Application. Officers Everett Trades Council. Wendell L Williston - President E. A. Francois Vice-President M T. Allimaa - —Secretary A. E. Crandell -- Treasurer Jas Gaffuey —-Sergeant-at-Arms Washington manufacturers of red c< <l;ir shingles are viewing with alarm the pending tariff bill which places lumber and shingles on the free list. Our congressmen bave voiced tbis alarm on the floor of congress and the daily papers echo the plaint. Great stress is laid upon tlie "cheap labor" entering into the Canadian manuafcture of shingles and the old time-worn cry of "protection to American labor" is raised. "The sixteen thousand men employed in the shingle mills of Washington will he the worst sufferers." declares one prominent mill...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 2 May 1913

May 2, 1313 Important Announcement i we have spent considerable time in a careful investigation of the various paper patter nanufactured. After doing so we are fully convinced that Pictorial Review Patterns are superior to all i t and have arranged to keep them on sale. These celebrated patterns contain advantages which are not found in any other pattern First -They loned alter models imported from such cele brated Parisian I iui uj Redfern, Paquin, Armand, Martin, et al. Second -Th. , at Cutting and Construction Guides, furnished only with Pictorial Review Patterns, save from one-half to a full yard of material in f erj case. Third- Th Guide shows just how to lay out the parts of the pattern oi rial to cut, eliminates the possibility of error and makes home-drei taking a pleasure. The Consruction Guide shows how the parts are put together to make up the finished garment. Fourth —The garment when finished lookß like the picture and not the home-made appearance characteristic of repr...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 2 May 1913

The Largest Spring Sale of Night Gowns Close to —Half Price This is a disposal of outing Night Gowns, bought under favorable eircumstanc.es — favor able to us and more favorable to you. These Gowns were shipped to a competitor a little late. He refused to accept them; we made an offer and bought tliem at our own price. There are: WmWk\ 50c and 75c Night Gowns at 39c All good quality outing; made long and full: they would easily bring ~>oe and 7"»e. Spring Sale Price. each 39c $1.00 Outing Night Gowns at 59c Of soft, fleecy outing, in neal striped and plain white effects: well made and trimmed: $1.0(1 is the usual price for this quality. Spring Sale Price. each 59c $1.50 Outing Night Gowns at 79c Practically half price for so trood a Nighl Gown, for they are made of the very best outing flannels and very seldom quoted at a special price; but under the favorable circumstances that brought these to us we can well afford to sell these $1.50 Gowns for .each 79c rim Barron Furniture Co...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 May 1913

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to the merchant who solicits your patron age through these columns. VOL. XXIII. JULY 1-4 "— KLAHOW-YAH"— JULY 1-4 'Tis Fair— The Weather and getting wanner all the time. You will need cooler wear now in— Underwear Shirts Hose New Suit New Hat ( nine to the BIG STORE, where you will find everything ready for you. MANY UNION MADE LINES The Brodeck Co. STAMPS Anniversary Sale Commences Saturday A two weeks event that will save you many dollars. BARGAINS NEVER BEFORE EQUALED. Riley-Cooley Shoe Co. FULL LINE OF UNION MADE SHOES Both Phones 7G6 1712 Hewitt The Interests of the Small Depositor We value small accounts, and do all we can to make this class of depositors feel at home. We are in position to assist depositors iv conservative ways to develop their interests, and invite the consideration of our facilities for rendering large or small service in a satisfactory way. Full Line of Union Made Men's and Boys' Shoes 1701-3 Hewitt Aye. THE HOUSE OF Q...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 May 1913

2 The La fc> or Journal PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. altered at the postoffice in Everett, Washington, as second class mail matter. E P. MARSH Editor J. E. CAMPBELL- Business Manager Phones—Sunset 148, Ind. 115 Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Rates on Application. Officers Everett Trades Council. Wend. I! L Williston- President E A. Francois Vice President M. T. Vlliman Secretary A. E. Crandell Treasurer Jas. Gaffney Sergeant-at-Arms Caustic criticism is raised on occasion because the American Federation of Labor and the State Federal ion of Labor does not rush a barrel of money to the scene of every industrial conflict. In some quarters this criticism is raised through ignorance of the financial resources of the organizations. The American Federation of Labor never has had a fund with which to conduct strikes of organizations noi djrectly chartered from it. The revenue of the A. F. of L. is de rived from an annual tax of nine cents a ye...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 May 1913

Friday, Max ft, im •> Important Announcement We have spent considerable time in a careful investigation of the various paper patterns manufactured. After doing so we are fully convinced that Pictorial Review Patterns are superior to all others and have arranged to keep them on sale. These celebrated patterns contain advantages which are not found in any other pattern. First —They are fashioned after models imported from such cele brated Parisian houses as Redfern, Paquin, Armand, Martin, et al. Second—The patent Cutting and Construction Guides, furnished only with Pictorial Review Patterns, save from one-half to a full yard of material in every case. Third —The Cutting Guide shows just how to lay out the parts of the pattern on the material to cut, eliminates the possibility of error and makes home-dressmaking a pleasure. The Consruction Guide shows how the parts are put together to make up the finished garment. Fourth-- Tlie garment when finished looks like the picture and not t...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 May 1913

4 !$1.50 Matting Suit Cases at $1.19 Light and convenient are these Mattinsr Suit Cases and all are 24-inch size and have brass fasteners and locks. Men's Hats at Half Price An entire table of Men's Hats, all shades and styles. Prices ranging from $1.00 to $3.50. Choose your size, each HALF PKIC E. Barron Furniture Co. 2813-15-17-19 COLBY LOCAL NOTES The Timber Workers - Local Xo. 2 sent a donation to the Ballard strik ing shingle weavers of two hundred and fifty dollars, with promise of more to come later if needed. A big bene fit ball for the Ballard strikers is talked of and may be given at an early date. Clty Employment Agent Davis re ports that four hundred and fifty calls for help were filled from his office during the month of April. The coming convention of the mas ter plumbers of the state to be held in Everett will patronize none but fair houses. This is strongly in con trast to some conventions of employ ers that have been held in this city and must be attributed to the g...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 May 1913

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF EVERETT'S WORKING PEOPLE VOL. XXIII. LABOR ASKS FOR JUSTICE MEN AND WOMEN ORGANIZE TO COMPEL BETTERMENT OF SOCIAL CONDITIONS FEDERATION OF LABOR IM PORTANT FACTOR IN THE LABOR MOVEMENT. Surely and steadily the labor move ment advances. Hemmed In on all sides by oppression, deceit and op position it makes steady progress, and this progress, slow as it may seem to some, is marvelous when one stops to consider that the movement is pure ly a voluntary one. Men allign them selves with the movement not because of the assurance that any personal award will be obtained from their af filiation, but because they have felt the call of humanity, because they see the need of co-operation, the need of unity and concerted action. Labor unions and unionism are rounded upon the broad base of hu manity. The principle la neither sel fish nor narrow. To sum it up in a word the whole principle is to make conditions better for the whole people of the earth and not for a few. The mov...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 May 1913

AGAIN The TRADING STAMP Is It A Benefit or A Detri ment to the Consumer? In a western town a number of merchants are hysterical because tome of their brother merchants are giving premiums to customers who pay spot cash. They are railing about the "Unity of Interests," which exists between themselves and the laboring man, and they are urging him to help them to rid the town of trading stamps. It is interesting to study their meth ods. According to them, the laboring man should stand by those who sell him goods, even to the extent of re fusing a substantial discount upon his purchases. The giving of premiums, particular ly through the medium of S. & H." Green Trading Stamps, has often been agitated and thoroughly thrashed out. As this plan of profit sharing or dis counting bills has always proved itself of value to the consumer, it is humor ous to watch the atempts of these self centered business men to show that labor should pay the merchant's price and refuse any discount or rew...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 May 1913

The Hotel Cadillac Ni wly furnished rooms. Rates 50 cents to |1.50. Special rates by week or month. Good location and modern conveniences. (Tommercial Iffotel Is no better than the best but is better than the rest 1908 HEWITT Manicuring, Shampooing ELECTRICAL, FACIAL AND SCALP TREATMENT Prices reasonable, satisfaction guaranteed 413 Colby Building Office: S. S. 629 McKENZIE'S Wine nouse Choice Whiskies, Brandies and Gins direct from bonded warehouse and distilleries Fine family wines from California's most famous vineyards. Quality guaranteed. Free delivery to all parts of the city. BOTH PHONES 1215. Corner Lombard and Hewitt Avenues Bayside Pool Room I 109 Hewitt Avenue Three Pool Tables, Cigars Tobacco and Confectionery J. L. JENNINGS, Proprietor H. D. McCOOL Reliable estimates furnished on timber lands in California, Oregon, Washington and British Columbia. Detail re ports furnished offjamount of stumpage on each 2±, 5 or 10 acre subdivision of each forty. Cruising done by contra...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 May 1913

This Annual Edition of the Labor Journal is a Product of the [PltfT T PrU» T SIl 0P EVERETT WASHINGTON All Phones 33 BEAUTIFUL HELEN GARDNER I N THE GREATEST AND MOST SEN SATIONAL MOTION PICTURE EVE R MADE, "CLEOPATRA," AT THE ROSE THEATRE THIS WEEK ONLY. NEW MOVEMENT SUCCEEDING (Continued from First Page of Cover.) there is no hope for the workers in either the south or the west from an organization that talks so much and does so little. The much advertised "general strike that was to paralyze the lumber industry in the west on the first of May failed to materialize, and the date for this upheaval must be again postponed. The flat failure of the Akron strike where the noisy conglomeration neglected to employ the tactics of the "passive" and the "intermittent" strike shows these weapons good chiefly in hurling criti cism at other organizations. The widely heralded victory achieved by the 1. W. W. in the strike of the Lawrence textile workers loses much of its glamor when the records...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 May 1913

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN > OF EVERETT'S WORKING PEOPLE VOL. XXIII. A Representation of Everett's Business, Manufacturing and Commercial Enterprises ECKLUND'S GROCERY. A family grocer and provision mer chant is Edward Kcklund, who con ducts an up-to-date grocery store at 2707 Wetmore avenue. Everything in the store is neatly arranged and has such a nice, fresh appearance. Mr. Ecklund, who has been in the business for nine years, has learned the secret of giving satisfaction to his customers when it comes to prices, treatment and goods. You will find him such a pleas ant merchant, always accommodating and ever willing to correct any error. He is a man highly respected in the community, and one that has won a host of friends. A sack of flour, box of crackers, or whatever you need in the grocery line, Mr. Ecklund is pre pared to sell you. Full value for your money every time at Ecklund's. De liveries are made promptly. Telephone orders carefully filled, and the very best in stock sent out....

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 May 1913

Page Two. THE PRINCESS THEATRE. 2822 Colby Avenue. Everett's new and modern moving picture show is gaining daily in popu larity. The Princess is owned and operated by Edw. C. Sheffield, a well kiown resident of Everett, whose knowledge of the moving picture busi ness eminently qualifies him for suc cess in his new venture. Mr. Sheffield is especially proud of the Princess as ho personally supervised the drawing of the plans for remodeling the Colby avenue theatre and the artistic results which have met with so much popular! approval are due to his experience I and original ideas. The Princess has a seating capacity of 500 and the in terior of the house compares favor ably with any in the large cities as far as comfort and sanitation is con-1 cerned. The Princess excells also in j exterior appearance Realizing that j the crowds will follow the bright lights Mr. Sheffield has outdone him-: self in this particular, and the Princess j is one of the bright spots of Everett. , No less tha...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 May 1913

Friday, May 16, 1913. EVERETT BAKERY AND LUNCH ROOM. "Pies just like mother used to make" at the Everett Bakery and Lunch Room, 1414 Hewitt avenue. There are more things too just like those at I home at this bakery which is operated Tfijv men who have been in the business ovei .nine years. They deal in whole- I Dcf You Ever Expect Tf> Go Into Business for Yourself ? ? ? ? ? YOU REALIZE, of course, that the most important essential in the success of any business is capital. Statistics show that the vast majority of business failure are due to lack of capital. Prepare yourself NOW if your ambition lies in this direction. Depositing a fixed amount each week or month in the Citizens Bank & Trust Co. at Four per cent interest, will assure you a safe beginning when you are ready to take the step. OPEN YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT TODAY B. P. CASTNER President JACOB ANTHES Vice President J. L. LYEN Cashier A. D. STEVENSON Assistant Cashier B. P. Castner, Dr. J. A. Durrent, Jacob Anthes, R. ...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 May 1913

I [STANDARD OF THE WEST UNION MADE 3gIACK BEAR MEANS The Viaduct BOTTLED GOODS Such as Pebble Ford $1.25 Old Crow $1.25 Finches' Golden Wedding. $1.00 Old O. F. C $1.00 Port Wine 75c Per gal. up WE GIVE GREEN TRADING STAMPS John Jorgensen Prop. 2116 Hewitt Cigars and Tobaccos PASTIME Soft Drinks and Sodas Robinson & THE GOLDEN AGE The Golden Age is yet to come. The best is on ahead. The future holds greater things. READ ILLUMINATING BOOKS and get ready for your own part therein. Looking Backward, Edward Bellamy $ .50 Karl Marx and His Work, Spargo 2.50 Sidelights on Contemporary Socialism 1.00 Fabian Essays in Socialism, Shaw 50 Pushing to the Front, Marden 1.50 How to Get and Keep a Job, Fowler 1.25 Out of the Rut, John Adams Thayer 50 The Hour o* Opportunity, Marden 50 On the Open Road, Trine 50 The Steel Square, Practical Carpentry: Steel, Steam and Electricity. House Building and mony other books of special interest to workingmen. AS EVERY WO R KING MAN KNOWS. THE QUAKER HEL...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 May 1913

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF EVERETT'S WORKING PEOPLE VOL. XXIII. A Representation of Everett's Business, Manufacturing and Commercial Enterprises J. F. RANDOLPH, SHOEMAKER. Mr. Randolph, who operates a little shoshop on the corner of Thirty-sixth and Rucker avenues, is a union man, adhering strongly to union principles. He is a man worthy and deserving of the people's patronage, and an expert in his line. He makes a specialty of half-soleing shoes. Let him have that old pair! He'll make them look as good as new. BROADWAY BAKERY. An ideal bakery is the Broadway Bakery, 2002% Hewitt avenue. Every thing in it is ideal —the service, goods and prices. Mr. F. C. Bulard, pro prietor, has been in business only three months, but he has worked up a very promising trade. He handles canned goods, choice confectionery, ice cream and makes all his own past ries. Phone Ind. 191 if you want something good. AALBU BROTHERS. For auto, carriage and wagon repair ing or signs of any kind, go to the Aalbu Broth...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 May 1913

Page Two. ACCURACY That's what you want in an ahstract. An abstract that is not accurate will cause you loss, trouble and law suits Snohomish County Abstract Co • Pres. and Manager Makers of Accurate Abstracts—Bank Building Hewitt and Colby Avenue Bay View Bar Fire, Life, Plate Glass and Automobile INSURANCE Peoples' Investment Company, Inc. 2 wX. You can't whistle away the fact that this store has the strongest line of— Union Made SHOES FOR MEN Packard, Howard & Poster, Marshall's and Fisher Special for men, and the price from $2.50 to $6.00. FISHER, 1620 HEWITT AYE. Grand Ridge Coal Brackebush. Wright & Shaw, Incorporated Both Phones 831 We Give 8. & H. Green Trading Stamp* Compliments C. O. DICKEY, Prop. 2915 Bond written by the The Shoeman WASHED NUT AND LUMP MILL AND SLAB WOOD 16 Years in Everett THE FOURTH CITY (Continued from Page One.) Seattle, Tacoma and Spokane. It is probably a more important shipping and manufacturing center than any city of its size in the W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 May 1913

Friday. May 16, 1913. Engineering Co. O. A. FRAILEY, Pres. and Mgr. GENERAL ENGINEERING AND CONTRACTING MAPS AND BLUE PRINTING Cor. Wall and Wetmore The Seattle Police Dept. Has Just Ordered Two More Indians at $265 Indian Motorcycle—No Change in Price THE CRADLE SPRING FRAME Prices—4 H. P. Singles $215.00, 7 H. P. Twins $265.00—Everett This newest and greatest motorcycle improvement is positively unique. Rear wheel fork is hinged at forward end and axle connected by stays to two eight-leaf steel springs extending back from the joint duster below the saddle. Rear wheel can now pass over imperfec tions of road surface without affecting the level, forward motion of the body of the machine. The rider is not conscious of even the roughest road. All shocks are completely absorbed by the leaf springs. The life of the machine is enormously increased. No jar anywhere. ALL 1913 Indians will be chain driven. Ten other important improve ments. Call and get a free demonstration. Motorcycles sol...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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