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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 October 1914

Page Two Uhe LABOR JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Entered at the postoffice in Everett, Washington, as second-class mail matter. B. 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. President L - °' Luts Vice-President F. K. Overman Secretary M - T - Alliman Treasurer—. J - F - McDonald Sergeant-at-Arms Robert Bepler The proposition to build a sys tem "t' permanent roads through Snohomish county which hns twice received n majority vote of the county, but failed to be en-l acted into law because of la. * of ft three-fifths majority, is up for another vote at the coming elec tion. The advocates of the bontl ing plan believe that the building of the roads will nol increase the taxes, but on the contrary, will ef fect a substantial reduction in them, at least after a few years. The tnteresl on the bond issue. Which under the ter...

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 October 1914

Friday, October 16, 1914. TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AVENUE AND SAVE MONEY A Store Chuck Full of Bargains Every department in the store has its special bargains all the time, but we want you to remember that 90 per cent, of all our goods are sold lower than it is on Hewit Avenue. 65c SUN-FAST DRAPERIES 48c 36-Inch silk mix Sun-Fast Drap ery, colors browns, greens and combination of colors worth 65c yard. Sale price 48c 36-INCH SILKOLINE 10c 25 pieces best quality Silkoline. plain colors or fancies; the reg ular quality. Sale price, yard 10c $2.98 ROBE BLANKETS $2.45 Bath Kobe Blankets, best qual ity, large size, with cord and tas sel; $2.us value. Sale price $2.45 See otir prices on Blankets—We can save you some money. The reason why: We pay no rent. DOLvSON (Q. SMITH THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER CALL ROR THE HAF RKORN S AL and SOUDAN S GONO Union Made by Haferkorn Gipr Co. COAL!! Have you considered that with a cold winter coal will be very much advanced in price. Order now...

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 October 1914

Page Four Again Ladies' Dress Skirts Less Than Half Price Two things are important to remember when you think of this sale- First, that we never buy any merchandise for a sale; that all special priced goods comes from our own good stock. Second, that all merchandise must be exactly as advertised, which includes design, quality and style. Ladies' Dress Skirts, worth to $6.50 are A limited quantity, and the styles are not as new as we would like them to be. but at the price we ask for them now. it would pay any woman to alter them. Ladies' Dress Skirts, worth to $8.50 are Many of these are of serges and worsted fabrics, made up in plain effects; others are draped and trimmed with buttons. Not one worth less than |6.00 and up to $8.50. Ladies' Dress Skirts, worth to $10.50 are And the assortment takes in plaids, stripes and checks: also plain serges in all the wanted shades. Styles are good and the values are the best we ever offered. EVERETT'S MODERN 3f» ~DERARTMENT '28/j-tsi7-/9 Colb...

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. — 23 October 1914

THE OFFICIAL •ORGAN OF EVERETT'S ' working PEOPLE VOL. XXIV. "Boys' Store" SUITS special values $4.50 and $5 These Suits offered you at this price are all wool and wool mixtures of sturdy fabrics, which are guar anteed to give absolute satisfaction. You will find many new styles of Norfolks to choose from in sizes from 6to 18. Remember these are all two pant suits. Pants linen lined and taped seams. SPECIAL VALUES at $4.50 & $5.00 Bachelder & Corneil BETTER CLOTHES Uncertainties Life is full of uncertainties for which every one must be prepared by having money. The best and surest way to have money is to get the banking habit. Then you are prepared for any emergency. Deposit your money in this strong, safe bank —where the same careful attention is given the small depositor as the largest one. BANK OF COMMERCE Pastime Amusement Parlors in its new quarters. Most up-to-date place in the state. Twenty-six first-class tables. Good order. Good music. Everybody invited to see the b...

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. — 23 October 1914

Page Two WM. H. PEMBERTON. Now Judge of the Superior Court, Whatcom County. CANDIDATE FOR SUPREME COURT. NON-PARTISAN CANDIDATES FOR JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT Vote for WILLIAM H. PEMBERTON 21 Three EDGAR G. MILLS 121 November 3 0. R. HOLCOMB 1211 REACTIONARY JUDGES MUST GO—Peeling that the time is ripe when all those who stand in the way of government by the people should he swept OUt of places of power and in their stead should be placed men who have a ffiodern-day concept of human rights, the forces that have for years striven to bring to the people a larger opportunity for real democracy and self government determined to attempt an active and aggressive campaign against present members of the Supreme Court now seeking re-election. In their decisions, found in the printed reports of the Supreme Court. Judges Chad wick and Crow have shown that special privilege has been carefully, if not tenderly, cared for by them. Because of his reactionary decisions and speeches'. Judge Chadwi...

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. — 23 October 1914

Friday, October 23,1014. NO STRIKE IS LOST Truth, of the Statement Conclu it sively Proved. A RECENT CASE IN POINT. Victory of the Philadelphia Garment Workers Shows Value of the Protocol Idea —The Trade Union Makes For Industrial Peace. Tho agreement recently made be tween the Garment Manufacturers' as sedation and the Garment Workers union of Pbitadelpbia provides for nn amicable solution of present dlfflCUltlea and permanent agencies for adjusting grievances and for conserving the peace by Securing higher wages, a shorter workday and better and safer conditions of life and work. This Philadelphia agreement marks the extension of the protocol idea which has done so much toward bringing a greater degree of order and justice Into the turbulent sweated needle in dustries <if New York city. The pro tocol, like all trade union methods and agreements, makes for peace and the welfare of employees nnd safeguards fair minded employers from cutthroat competition, it makes for stability a...

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. — 23 October 1914

Page Two rage r oar A PHOTOGRAPH The story of every eh id Is a story of growth and change—a change too gradual and subtle for even the watch ful eye of a mother to detect, or mem ory to recall. ONLY in pictures can the story be told, and a record of the childish features and expressions kept for all time. A good photograph now and then will mean everything to you —and them, in after years. 11. J. Brush "is the photographer in your town." Rooms 218-2iy, over Kirst National bank. Adv. SUMMONS. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Snohomish. EMIL KINNARD, Plaintiff, vs. MARY KINNARD, Defendant The state of Washington to the said .Mary Kinnard, defendant. You are hereby sumoncd to appear v ithin sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to wit: within sixty days after the 25th of September. 1914, and defend the above entitled action, in the above entitled Court and answer the com plaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of y...

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. — 23 October 1914

Friday, October 2:?. 1014. TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AVENUE AND SAVE MONEY SPECIAL SALE OF PRESS GOODS 65c and foe Dress Goods —new Granite Cloth, now Plaids, new Serges, all colors; till on aale at one price, yard 49c $1,25 Dress Goods —colors black, blues, ('open, wine, wisteria, green; 42 and 44 incites wide. Your choice at, yard ... .95c NEW BROADCLOTHS $1.25 Black Broadcloths, sale price 95c $1.90 Black Broadcloths, sale price $1.60 $2.00 Black Broadcloths, sale price $1.70 $2.50 Black Bloadcloths, sale prico $2.10 Sale of 50c Men's Neck Ties 25c 12V&C Dress Ginghams 10c Yard. 6 Spools O. N. T. Thread . .25c DOLSON SMITH THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER CALL ROR THE HAFERKORN SEAL mmm second Union Made by Haferkorn Cigar Co. COAL!! Have you considered that with a cold •winter coal will be very much advanced in price. Order now while prices are rio-Vit. WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF THE BEST GRADES H.W.SHAW 1609 HEWITT CALIFORNIA SEE Full particulars for 4 cents in stamps. C...

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. — 23 October 1914

A "DRY" NAVY, A "DRY TOWN AND A BIG DRUNK Under Secretary Daniel's order the navy became officially dry on July 1, 1914. Tin 1 city of Bellingham became legally dry in 1910, and doubly so, by reaffirming its position In 1912. When the United states submarine tend) r Cheyenne visited Bellingham, October 4, it was perfectly natural to expect orderly entertainment and genuine sobriety. Representatives of a dry navy were off duty in a dry port. Upsetting all prohibition theory, however, 'lie navy went on its big gest drunk in a decade when 'its rep resentatives made this informal call on the biggest dry port on the Pacific. Bellingham has received visits be fore from Uncle Sam's navy, but the sort of refreshments known as "squir rel" whiskey and "snooze" (hard cid er ami Copenhagen snuff) were not served in those days, as Bellingham had licensed liquor trade then instead of the unlicensed traffic of today. Hlack eyes, bruised heads, trampled police helmets, mixed with pike poles and pol...

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. — 23 October 1914

Friday, October 23,1014. THE VITAL QUESTION ■ Should every working man and woman support labor's legislative can didates, irrespective of party affiliation? And give the following reasons why every worker, wether they be Re publican, Progressive, Democrat, Socialist or Non-Partisan should vote for legislative candidates from the ranks of labor. Reason No. 1. You cannot expect a capitalistic candidate to see anything ny other way but from a capitalistic standpoint, and that is not the work standpoint. Reason No. 2. Labor has never received anything at the hands of these listic legislators, except their valuable promises prior to election, ason No. 3. Labor's candidates know labor's needs, they have worked, a. ire working under the same conditions, that labor hopes to adjust. Reason No. 4. The strongest argument we can place before the working people why they should vote for labor's legislative candidates is the legislative record of Bro. J. E. Campbell, PROGRESSIVE CAN DIDATE FOR CON...

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. — 23 October 1914

l'tigo Kioht. Wear "Mentor" Union Suits THE COMFORT" UNDERWEAR FOR WINTER Also insures warmth ami health too. Step into a "MENTOR" COMFORT UNION SUIT and stay comfortable. Nothing fits if your underwear doesn't. That's why we are so careful about "MEN TOR." —The measurements, the knitting and fit ting, the fabrics and the finish, the shrink ing and sterilizing. MENTOR care makes MENTOR comfort. ■MENTOR stands for all kinds of good underwear for all seasons and all tastes. Particular attention is called here to Union Suits for women and misses. —Misses white fleeced Union Suits with long sleeves, ankle length, sizes 5-14 years; suit 50c and 75c. —Women's medium and heavy weight cot ton Union Suits in the wanted Styles; suit $1.00. —Women's fine quality medium weight cot ton Union Suits with Dutch neck; suit 51.50. —Pure silk, Swiss ribbed Union Suits, with low neck ami tight knee: suit §1.75. —Women's medium weight mercerized and wool plated Union Suits in the wanted styles; suit $2....

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. — 30 October 1914

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF EVERETT'S " FORKING PEOPLE VOL. XXIV. Suits and Overcoats Special Values Union Made Hats $15and$18 Bachelder & Corneil BETTER CLOTHES UNION MADE Forging Far Ahead in deposits and depositors, who desire protection offered by a sound financial institution. This strong bank is growing most rapidly. The conservative depositor who is drawing 4 per cent interest on his money in this bank is not worried about finan cial difficulties. BANK OF COMMERCE Pastime Amusement Parlors In its new quarters. Most up-to-date place in the state. Twenty-six first-class tables. Good order. Good music. Everybody invited to see the big place. DRIESSLEIN & BECKER, Props. 1617 Hewitt Klein Distributing Company, Inc. J. F. KLEIN, Prop. Agency for ITALIAN SWISS COLONY WINES, PORT, SHERRY, MUS CAT, ANGELICA From $1.00 to $3.00 Per Gallon Our Brandies are from the Italian Swiss Colony made of the Purest of Madera Grapes. Our leading brands of whiskey are Edgewood, Barbee, Yellow ston...

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. — 30 October 1914

Page Two S*/>e LABOR JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Entered at tbe postoffiCe In Kverett, Washington, as second-class mall matter. X P. MAKSH 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. President —L. G. Luts Vice-President F. K. Overman Secretary M. T. Alliman Treasurer , J- F. McDonald Sergeant-at-Arms-— Robert Bepler HARTLEY AND HOGAN WON'T DO It there was ever a time in the his tory of Washington when voters should consider carefully the qualifi cations of the men or women running for the legislature, it is at the coming, election. Upon the personnel of the) next legislature depends much. In theory we have direct legislation in this state. Tired and disgusted at the logrolling, porkbarrel methods of leg islation that have marked our legisla tive body since statehood, the voters by an overwhelming majority wrote the princ...

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. — 30 October 1914

Friday, October 30, 191 I. HOW IT WORKS IN : WEST VIRGINIA 0 Under the above beading, Waller 13. Hillon, editor of The Weeling (W. Va.) Majority, under date of July i, 1914, makei a number of decidedly pertin ent comments regarding the immediate effects of State-wide prohibition. Edi tor Hilton says: "Prohibition as a legal fact is now with us in West Virginia. That it will be fiction In practice is certain. Tax Commissioner Blue has already made this sure by his rulings, and now comes the Supreme Court of the State with a still broader interpretation. We ure already Informed that liquor can not be produced 'except' under cer tain conditions and restrictions. Now the Yost law reads very plainly, dis tinctly and specifically that liquor could not be used as a beverage in West Virginia. Mr. Blue's interpreta tions and tbe Supreme Court's rulings have shown ways by which every man and woman in the state, who has the price, may get the booze. "It seems that the prohibition law was entir...

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. — 30 October 1914

Page Four For Justice OF THE Peace Make no mistake and by your vote and influence Shakespeare Justice of He is on Republican Ticket He has made good Re-Elect Noah Peace the BOW IT WORKS IN MAINE THE PEOPLE'S PAPER I Non-Political | PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE WALDO COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) Herald Building, Corner Bridge and Washington Sts. BELFAST, MAINE. BOAKI) OF DIRECTORS B. V. Hanson Belfast B, S. Pitcher Belfast A. C. Tuttle Beltast J. W. Wallace Belfast ('. B. Belfast L. K. Mnrden Belfast Entered as Second class Mailer August 20, 19<i8, at the Post-Office at Belfast, Maine, under the Act of March :t. 1*79. Editorial. HOW IT WORKS IN MAINE. The way Maine cities handle the liquor problem is a sight for the gods, to say nothing of the "pretense," as indicated by Governor Haines, this Is rife throughout the country sections, ' where daily arrivals of "booze" by ex press, finds its way directly into the homes of the people thus making it easy for every habitual drinker t...

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. — 30 October 1914

Friday. October .10, 1014. TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AVENUE AND SAVE MONEY ANNIVERSARY SALE 51.50 LADIES' UNION SUITS $1.00 Ladies' Fine White Medium Weight Wool Mixed Union Suits, worth $1.50; sale price --$1.00 BOYS' UNION SUITS Boys' Gray Fleece Lined Union Suits, all sizes; suit 50c Boys' Cream Fleece Lined Union Suits, all sizes; suits 50c Boys' Australian Wool Union Suits, small sizes; suit 75c Large sizes, suit 89c DOLSON SMITH THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER CALL EOR THE HAFERKORN SEAL SOUDAN SECOND Union Haferkorn Cigar Co. COAL!! Have you considered that with a cold winter coal will be very much advanced in price. Order now while prices are right. WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF THE BEST GRADES IffiSff" Both Phones 831 prr California rnrr |L |L_ Full particulars for 4 cents in stamps. ft_ |L« Urn ilfr CALIFORNIA AUTO TOURS CO. | fff | JT Vb k Write for folder. California Building. ($ | U %gf fcp Los Angeles, California. NORTHERN TRANSFER CO. Office and Storage Warehouse Acr...

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. — 30 October 1914

Page Six Dry Goods New Suits and Coats at $15.00 $20.00, $25.00 The woman who lias sol her price limit For a new Coal or Suit al $15.00, h,-jo tht or $25.00 and expects to obtain depend able quality and correct style al these prices, will he pleased with tho assortuieiit and surprised with the values shown her 11 Barron's, in both smi:. and coats the materials are good, the tailor lug |h of n high order and the styles are absolute!} correct. Suits and Coats Here at $15.00, $20.00 A.ro all better values the kind of bettor values thai will make |',niron's ibe leading Rawueni store of Everet! A groal variety of pleasing stylos to choose Prom, thai it will be easy indeed to choose n coal or sttil exactly to your liking. No. :;iM7 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TDK STATE OF WASHINGTON, FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY. In Probntr. iii the Matter of the Estate (>r Leander Choate, Deceased. The creditors of and all persona hav ing claims against Leander Choate, de ceased, or against b...

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. — 6 November 1914

THE OFFICIAL Oft&klS OF EVERETT'S WORKING PEOPLE VOL. XX JY If You're Built for Wear You men "built for wear" rather than beauty will find clothes here that will give you dignity and comfort. Learn the right buying plan—extra values at $15 to $32.50 Bachelder & Cornell BETTER CLOTHES UNION MADE Forging Far Ahead iii deposits and depositors, who desire protection offered by a sound financial institution. This strong bank is growing most rapidly. The conservative depositor who is drawing 4 per cent interest on his money in this bank is not worried about finan cial difficulties. BANK OF COMMERCE Pastime Amusement Parlors In Its new quarters. Most up-to-dato place in the state. Twenty-six first-class tables. Good order. Good music. Everybody invited to see the big place. DRIESSLEIN & BECKER, Props. 1617 Hewitt Klein Distributing Company, Inc. J. F. KLEIN, Prop. Agency for ITALIAN SWISS COLONY WINES, PORT, SHERRY, MUS CAT, ANGELICA From $1.00 to $3.00 Per Gallon Our Brandies ...

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. — 6 November 1914

Page Two 67>e LABOR JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Entered at the postoffice in Everett. Washington, as second-class mall matter. E. P. MARSH Edltor J. E. CAMPBELL Business Manager Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Rates on Application. _ ~ t>. G. Luts President _ ~ t F. K. Overman Vice-President 1 __ M. T. Alliman Secretary " *" ' _ Treasurer J - P - McDonald Sergeant-at-Arms Robert Bepler STEAM AND OPERATING ENGINEERS LOCAL UNION NO. 40. September 16, 1914. Central Labor Council, Labor Unions, and Fellow Workmen: Greetings: — It becomes our painful duty to in form the public and the labor organi zations throughout the country, that two well known frims are now placed upon our "unfair list" and are not worthy of the patronage of organized labor anywhere. We have used every reasonable means in our power to induce the sta tionary engineers working in these plants to join our ranks, but our ef forts have met little gain as yet. We a...

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. — 6 November 1914

Friday, November 6, I!U4. TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AVENUE AND SAVE MONEY ANNIVERSARY SALE sl.so LADIES' UNION SUITS $1.00 Ladies' Fine White Medium Weight Wool Mixed Union Suits, worth $1.50; sale orice --$1.00 BOYS' UNION SUITS Boys' Gray Fleece Lined Union Suits, all sizes; suit 50c Boys' Cream Fleece Lined Union Suits, all sizes; suits 50c Boys' Australian Wool Union Suits, small sizes; suit 75c Large sizes, suit 89c DOLSON <a SMITH THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER CALL EOR THE HAFERKORN SOUDAN SECOND Union Haferkorn Cigar Co. COAL!! Have you considered that with a cold winter coal will be very much advanced in price. Order now while prices are right. WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF THE BEST GRADES H fw^ w Both Phones 831 nrr California rnrr M— Full particulars for 4 cents in stamps. m— mM lpj Kg Jirr CALIFORNIA AUTO-TOURS CO. | El I I \M Write for folder. California Building, | |||sjh Los Angeles, California. NORTHERN TRANSFER CO. Office and Storage Warehouse Across from Grest...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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