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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 11 December 1914

Pa::' 1 Four BE AT THE ORPHEUM Theater Home of Better Shows SUNDAY, 2:30 P. M. TO HEAR THE Dedication Concert ON THE New $5,000 Fotoplayer Organ THE MUSICAL MARVEL OF THE CENTURY Equivalent to a Seven-Piece Orchestra, Including Pipe Organ, and Is Operated by One Person The only instrument in the state anyway similar to this is in Seattle's finest theatre—the New Liberty. Hear the JFotophyer' Sunday; 2:30 RM. at the Orpheum. ADVANCE OF LAEOR. American Fvdc.aUoi f.'ade Good Prog ress During the past Year. Bet-returj KronH Murrtmiu of the Amen..m PVdemtlnn »l Idilair In tils i annunl upon -ay* tint during tbe past year 225 i-nailers Unve own issued Ot llii* uuuilH'l J Were mauled to in teruilttouals, I <ttntf or.vi. 11, 128 trade UUious. .Mi le.lei.ii llHkitl* and 44 cen tral liodles The n'pons made hj national and International union.- indicnie steady progress ami com limed Wtttfe increases, hour reductiou* ami rite hoitertueut ot working ' uiidiliutwi tlldel i In- cuptlou. Tlcnetl...

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. — 18 December 1914

* ! THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF EVERETT'S WORKING PEOPLE VOL. XXIV. Get Your Moneys Worth in Two Ways From 5 to 10 per cent. of what you spend in Everett stays here in wages; about the same amount in net profits; a lot more in rent, taxes, repairs, etc. If you spend your money in Everett, some of it will come back to you. If you spend it at our store you'll get extra value in clothes at $15, >$18, $22.f)0, etc. Bachelder & Corneil BETTER CLOTHES UNION MADE Start a Bank Account here for the Boy-The Best Kind of a Christmas Gift. 4% on Saving Deposits 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 T'S going to be at the Commercial Hall. Colby and Wall, on Monday night—next Monday night—and it's going to begin at 8:00. The men must buy admission tickets at the door for 25 cents. The ladies —(iod ...

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. — 18 December 1914

Page Two REMOVAL SALE! » For the First Time in the History of Their Business Wallgren's Jewelry Store 1416 HEWITT Offer you Reductions. You can save from 10% to 33i% on all goods. THE REASON for this sale is that WE MUST OCCUPY OUR NEW LOCATION AT 1612 HEWITT BY JANUARY Ist. "14 YEARS IN EVERETT" We Guarantee Everything we Sell &f>e LABOR JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Entered at the postoffice in Everett, Washington, as second-class mail matter. E P. MAKSH Edltor 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 CITY TREASURER FORD HAS TAKEN EXCEPTION TO OUR ARTICLE OF LAST WEEK WHERE WE SUGGESTED TO THE MAYOR TO CUT THE RATE OF INTEREST ON GENERAL WAR RANTS WE THEREFORE OPEN THE COLUMNS OF THE JOURN...

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. — 18 December 1914

Friday, December 18, 1914. TRAI I ON ROCKEFELLER AVENUE AND SAVE MONEY SPECIAL SALE OF DOLLS 59c Kid Body Dolls 45c 75c Kid Body Dolls 60c $1.00 Kid Body Dolls 85c $1.25 Kid Body Dolls $1.00 HANDKERCHIEFS Here you can find Handker chiefs that will surely please you— Children's Handkerchiefs, 3 In box, 10c. 15c an( l 19c Ladies' Handkerchiefs, 3 in box, 25c. 45c and 59c Initial Handkerchiefs, men's ladies' and childrens, 15c, 19 C and 25c Embroidered Handkerchiefs, sc. 10c, 15c, 25c to 59c Lace Trimmed Handkerchiefs, 15c ( 19c, 25c t0 75c $5.00 WAISTS $3.50 Fine Crepe de Chine Waists, ] white and flesh color; neat embroidered front; $5.00 ] Waists; sale price $3.50 > DOLSON <&. SMITH THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER CALL EOR THE haferkorn seal soudanlegond 5c Cigars Union Made by ' 1 1 THE i 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...

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. — 18 December 1914

Pasre Four Gift Thoughts For "Her" heather Bag Fancy Collar Handker chiefs Box Stationery Bath Robe Wool Blankets Main Floor Make This a'Greater-Home-Comfort a 'Home-BeautifurChristmas; Choose Gifts Worth While; of FURNITURE Possessing Character and Quality from Barron's —The selection of the gift problem can be accomplished at Barron's with genuine satisfaction, both to the giver and recipient. The important esse.uisl is to choose something worth while, whether it costs little or much. . —Barron'* great store is filled to overflowing with gift articles that are sensible, serviceable and satisfying—things both practical and pleasing—articles appropriate for every one for util.ty or ornament—for promotion of comfort or enjoyment—for individual use. or to contribute to the convenience and happiness of an entire family circle. Just a Few Suggestions at Random A Beautiful Dining Room is Any Wife's Delight —Dining furniture is a most sensible "horit* srift," or for an intimate friend. Si...

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. — 26 December 1914

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF EVERETT'S WORKING PEOPLE VOL. XXIV. AUTO-BUS REGULATION AND THE STREET CAR COMPANY OUR CITY COUNCIL, DOUBTLESS WITH THE AID OF MESSRS. STONE & WEBSTER'S LAWYERS, HAS, WE ARE ADVISED, BEEN CONSIDERING AN AUTO BUS ORDINANCE TO REGULATE, PERHAPS A BETTER WORD WOULD BE TO EXTERMINATE, THE AUTOMOBILES WHICH ARE CUTTING SO DEEPLY INTO THE PROFITS OF THE STREET CAR SYSTEM. NEWSPAPER REPORTS INDICATE THAT THE LONG BEACH, CAL., CITY ORDINANCE, WHICH IMPOSES A MILEAGE TAX, A $100 DEPOSIT FOR LICENSE, TOGETHER WITH SOMETHING LIKE A $5,000 BOND, ACCOMPANIED BY TIME CARDS OF TRIPS TO BE MADE, AND A FEW OTHER LITTLE ITEMS OF SIMILAR NATURE, IS BEING LOOKED UPON WITH FAVOR HERE. AUTO BUS MEN, REALIZING THAT THEY CAN NOT HOPE TO EXIST IN THE FACE OF A HOSTILE COUNCIL, WITH THE STREET CAR COMPANY'S LEGAL TALENT STANDING BY, HAVE COME TOGETHER AND ORGANIZED, AND WE HEREBY ANNOUNCE THAT THEY WILL HAVE OUR ACTIVE CO-OPERATION AND SUPPORT SO LONG AS THEY CONTINUE TO DO SO. AUTO...

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. — 26 December 1914

Page Two 67>e LABOR JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Catered at the postofftce In Everett, Washington, as second class mall matter. B. P. MARSH Editor 1 E CAMPBELD - -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 K. Overman Secretary M - T - Alliman Treasurer p - McDonald Sergeant-at-Arms. Robert Bepler A LITTLE STORY ABOUT FRIENDS The other day Mr. Geo Gunn, of the Golden Grain Granules Co., called on the editor of the Tacoma Labor . Advocate and said: "Hoyt. I've got ( an idea in this Golden Grain Granule I business that I've kept in the back- ■ ground, but it is the mainspring of , my ambition. I want to have the first , six-hour day factory in the world, and ( 1 want all the employes in that factory to have a chance to secure a musical i education, study art and literature, •and lie what working people reall...

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. — 26 December 1914

Friday* December 2fi, 10U. TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AVENUE AND SAVE MONEY AFTER CHRISTMAS SALE CLEAN-UP COAT SALE 15 Sample Coats, worth to $8.50, sale price $4.90 20 Sample Coats, worth $10, sale price $6.95 20 Sample Coats, worth $12.50, sale price $8.50 15 Sample Coats, worth $15, sale price $10.00 $15 Raincoats, sale price $10.00 CLEAN-UP FUR SALE 100 Neck Pieces and Muffs, quite a number of pretty sets, ranging in price $2 to $25; sale price 1-4 OFF Special 15 pieces Heavy Coatings in pretty mixtures, invisible Plaids, navy and black; worth $2.50 a yard; special, yd. $1.90 DOLSON <&. SMITH THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER CALL FOR THE I HAFERKORN SEAL A SOUDAN SECOND 5c Cigars Union Made by Haferkorn Cipr 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.W.SHAW 1609 HEWITT CALIFORNIA Full particulars for 4 cents in stamps. CALIFORNIA AUTO-TOUR...

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. — 26 December 1914

Page Four IT is the sincere wish of this store collectively and individually that the spirit of Happiness may en ter every heart this Christmas Day may it remain each succeeding day— and that the New Year will bring to all prosperity and contentment. BIG SUCCESS MADE OF THE B. P. 0. E. BENEFIT SMOKER Young Coggins Wins from Chappy Breitkreitz —Slumberland Feat by a Youngster—Joe Barker Fights to a Draw Against Pat Casey of Ana cortes —Al. Heroes Proves Himself Some Wrestler Against Doc. E. Flaherty—Joe Harris No Match for Travie Davis. Davis Putting Harris Out in the Third. In the opening bout Young Coggins of Snohomish A. C. won from Chappy Breitkreitl of Anacortes In the sec ond round, proving he has not lost any of his fighting ability by his de feat at the last smoker of the Everett Athletic club by the classy but some what heavier boy, Travie Davis. The boys went right to work at the tap of the bell —not an idle moment while the fight lasted. We do not think it would have made ...

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 April 1915

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF EVERETT'S WORKING PEOPLE VOL. XXV. Workers, Unite For The Fight; There Is Nothing To Arbitrate' "A Cowardly Act" OR A WELL-TIMED ACT? Who Fired the Shots? JUDGE NOT, THAT YE BE NOT JUDGED Thursday evening, about 7 o'clock, some one, it is alleged, fired two shots into an automobile, on Norton ave -3H6, just north of the city garbage dump. As the Tribune reports the oc currence: "The reports of the shots were bo close together that it is believed there were two weapons discharged prac tically at the same time. One shot went through the top of the car, just grazing the heads of Fox and Long. The other shot went through the gear case of the car partially disabling the gear. "Police Commissioner Kelly was on his way down the steps at Fourteenth street when the attack upon the auto mobile was made. He made an im mediate search for the men doing the shooting but could get no trace of them. "Immediately after the shots were fired about 30 men who were on picket-duty a...

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 April 1915

Page Tw THE BEST WAY TO HELP THE NEEDY Pay Workers Enough Money to Help Themselves. FRANK P. WALSH, chairman of the United States commis sion on Industrial relations. In an address before the east side forum. New Tort city, said in part: "I am a treat believer In agitators and agitation. 1 believe with the person who defined an agitator as a nil with a strong voice who did not have a par ty to save or a Irving to make, but tried to taar every Question open to the heart so that the light might flow free ly la. "Wow. I want yon to understand why I am talking to you. tbe people, while I am serving as chairman of the Indus trial relations commlsokm. It Is be cause the com mission is made up of rarlous elements. Some members rep resent tbe capitalists—the employers. Som« members represent the labor un ions. I represent tbe people. "It Is serious business for the people when the capitalist gets In a fight with tbe labor union over the coal. A baby of tbe people—the consumer—may freeze to ...

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 April 1915

Friday, April 2, 1915. TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AVENUE AND SAVE MONEY SALE OF DRESS GOODS REMNANTS Over 500 lengths on hand, from 1 1-2 to 5 yard pieces. All the plain shades also plaids, stripes and checks. On sale this week at a good saving. SALE OF MILL ENDS All kinds of Pretty Wash Goods in the lot and the prlcea are M and 1-2 OFF from regular pricea. iOc PERCALES 8c 36-in. Percales, light and dark colors; sale price, yard 8c 12 l-2c PERCALES 10c Best quality Percale, light and dark colors, 36-in. wide and heavy weight; sale prlce-_loc 35c SILK MULLS 25c 36-in. Printed Silk Mulls in white and colored ground, printed with pretty floral designs; latest for spring; worth 35c yard; sale price 26c 36c SILK CREPES 23c 27-in. new Silk Plaid Crepes, all the newest dark colors; printed in neat floral pat \ terns; worth 36c; sale price 36c NEW SPRING HATS NOW ON DISPLAY DOLSON & SMITH THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER Lard Substitute in 6's 50c Lard Substitute in 10'8--SI,OO Thin...

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 April 1915

Furnish Your Home on Credit There is everything here to make your home as beautiful and com fortable as possible- -A REAL HOME! with such aw immanss and complete ateok of Furniture and all helpful service unparralleled-and with our_aplen " did. accommodating Credit Privilege freely offered you is it any wonder that the Everett Department Store is so well qualified to make your Home-outfitting unusually satisfactory? OUR "EASY PAY" PLAN enables you to buy here at cash prices with the privilege of extended payments, without extras, publicity or any annoying features. VISIT OUR DRY-GOODS DEPARTMENT The Conservative Policy OF THIS INSTITUTION is merely another indication of its strength. In making this bank your choice, you are selecting a bank whose officers and directors belive only in the policy of strict adherence to the sound principles of legitimate banking. BANK OF COMMERCE Pastime Amusement Parlors in its new quarters. Moat up-to-date place in the state. Twenty-six first-class t...

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 April 1915

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF EVERETT'S WORKING PEOPLE VOL. XXV. Non-Partisan Mass Meeting of Everett Voters at High School Auditorium, Wednesday, April 14th, Bp. m. Open Discussion of Proposed Referendums Favoring Direct Legislation and Home Rule. Also Matter of Overcharge on Light and Water Will be Taken Up. Everybody is Invited! BE THERE! GUNMAN WHITE ATTACKS UNARMED PICKET Brave (?) Tool of Union-Smashers Beats Up "Red" Hayes. COURTS AFFORD NO PROTECTION 1 CASE DISMISSED WORKERS SHIRK DUTY Why was "Red" Hayes beaten up last Monday afternoon by gunman White? Maybe you will answer, brother workingman, that it was because White took a coward's advantage of the fact that a boy of slight build was left alone on the picket line with but one companion, another mere boy, both unarmed. Gunmen are always armed' Cowards carry guns to take the place of manhood. Brave men, real men, wont sell their souls, —or what takes the place of a soul, —for a mess of pottage. A brave man would not hire himself ...

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 April 1915

UNFAIR LIST. f>ubllshed by order of thi. Everett Trades Council. Barber Phops—l. H Turner. 1184 Hewitt; Mitchell Hotel shop Wm. Whittakcr. Lowell; Barnhart Shop, Monroe; Independent, 1019 V) Hewitt; Peter Peterson, basement cor. Hoyt and Hewitt. iron Works- Sumner Iron Woiks. Hotels and Cafes Mitchell Hotel, Lord's cafe. Plumbers-C. X Schweitzer « r . J. Callahan, Building Laborers—Peter Jactaoi . Electricians— B, K. Hare, Jack Sheilds and John Thueson, Electrical Contractors. Bricklayers- Barney Grant Dr. Ida Mclntyre (by the Builotng Trades Council). Carpenters—Piatt, Paddock, A. Den amur, Brazee. N. K. Butts. Plasterers—A. C. Wright, Wm. Car ter, A. L. Knapp, Booth, Tom Nygard. Contractors —J. Wintormute, Amei Larson. Painters —Anderson & Steen, Will iam Ferguson, Wm. Christenson, M. Kokeen, Wm Gleeson. Cement Workers—Pettit. Sr. Teamsters—C. J. Witt, Stand cor. Colby and J' :> t. Stores—C V Store, E. J. Long. 19th and Virginia. Tailors—Scotch Woolen Mills. 1904 Hewitt....

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 April 1915

Friday. April !>. 1!11 .">. TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AVENUE AND SAVE MONEY 1,000 Yards of Fine Dress Goods 50c SERGES 39c Fine Wool Serges, 36 inches wide; colors black, navy, brown and wine; worth 50c. Sale_price 39 c 65c DRESS GOODS 49c 42 in. Wool Crepe, black and white checks, new plaids; worth to 75c yard. Sale price 4g c 75c SUITINGS 50c 54 inch Flannel Suitings, colors black, navy and gray; 75c value. Sale price 50c $1.25 RATINE 75c 44 inch New Tan Color Ratine, $1.25 value. Salee price _.75c POL SO IM & SMI T H THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER CALIFORNIA Full particulars for 4 cents in stamps. CALIFORNIA AUTO-TOURS CO. Write for folder. California Building, Los Angeles, California. SEE SMOKE THE FAMOUS NICKEL LEADER CIGAR, 5c Factory 2817 Norton. Stone-Fisher Co. EVERETT - - - TACOMA $3.50 Women's Shoes $2.98 "Autocrat" Gunmental or Patent Button Shoes, Goodyear welt soles, military heel, no better $3.50 shoe made In stock, workmanship or style, this weeks2.9...

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 April 1915

Sf>e LABOR JOURNAL t PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Entered at the postoffice in Everett. Washington, as second-class mail matter. B. P. MARSH Publisher MAYNAKI) SHIPLEY -- YT , MRS. M. STAUFFER Manager Advertising Phones —Sunset 148, Ind. 115 .Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Rates on Application. Officers Everett Trades Council. ~ , .Ed. Francois President _ Vice-President F - \°l" mM Secretary \ £2 Treasure, Thomas * a ker Sergeant-at-Arma—-.—-1 Charles Rose TO THE MERCHANTS OF EVERETT How We Can Help Make Business Good. We wish to call attention to the fact! that the taking-over of The Labor Journal by the Everett Trades Council, with the unanimous endorsement of the four thousand union men and wom en of this city, means a whole lot of new business for our advertisers. The Labor Journal is no longer pri vate property. It is owned by or ganized labor. This means that every union workman in Everett is person ally interested in its success...

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 April 1915

SIGN REFERENDUM PETITIONS NOW! VOL. XXV. Remember the Martyrs of Ludlow Massacred April 20th, 1914 "That We Here Highly Resolve That These Dead Shall Not Have Died Tn Vain GUNMAN'S WITNESSES FAIL TO COME THROUGH WITH "THE RIGHT" TESTIMONY When union-smasher J. 13. Nelson took on the job of breaking up the shingleweavers' union In Everett, starting in as lessee of the Shull mill, he engaged another worthy of his own stripe to help him in his destructive work. But gunmen, like thieves, fall out, and then they fall in (o smash ing one another. Here's an item in point: "OUSTS HIS EMPLOYER" "Deputy Sheriff Fred Plymalo Wed nesday afternoon served a warrant on E. Laird, charging him with an assault in the third degree for the alleged "beating up" of J. E. Nelson, lessee of the Shull shingle mill. The warrant was sworn out before Justice William Sheller by Nelson. Laird put up $250 bail for his appearance in court. Laird it is said, had been in the employ of at the Shull mill, but lias ous...

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 April 1915

AEDOM OF PPiESS IN GREAT DANGER PAPERS SH'JWING DISRESPECT FOR LAW TO BE SUPPRESSED. (K. A. Hague) Thomas Jefieison said: "Eternal vigilance is the price of. liberty." Lin con and lnge:soll warned the Auo.i can people ag. ins' ail legisla'ion thai sought to Buspieas tree spc«:-i-, fi o* piesa and religious liberty. U would seom that there arc a few people who want laws enacted to r< 11 --po: other tolks to adopt theii ie ig.oii or politics oi systeuis of lie. ling the | si( k. Some time ago, the "Agitator," of Washington was forbidden to be pub lished because its cdi or was accused Ol printing an article that its religious enemies said "encouraged disrespect tor ;lie law." The enemies of free speech, free press and leiiglous liberty are quietly i but Industriously at work in dlfleieut pans of the United stales to prevent i the people Horn exercising i hose sac red rights, and the more Indiscreet onei boast thnt they will accomplish ti.c;r purpose at no distant day. Late dispatche...

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 April 1915

Friday, April 16, 1915. TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AND SAVE MONEY Sale of Pretty W*sh Dresses For Little Ladies 2 to 14 Years Old 10 doz. pretty Wash dresses, in fine ginghams, percales, linens, etc.,; values run from $1.00 to $2.00 each, size;, 0 to 14 years. Sale piice.. SALE OF PRETTY -35c WASH GOODS 23c Beautiiul new Wash Goods in printed voiles, Rici voiles, prim - ed organdies and pretty silk mixtures, worth 35c. Sale price 15c PRINTED CREPES 12' 2 c 27-in. fancy printed Crepes, white ground with floral design; worth 15 cents. Sale price Mililnery Department is showing new Hats daily at $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 DOLSON & SMITH THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER AYE. Every Season—We're Selling More Hosiery--There's a Reason MORE AND MORE WOMEN ARE CONSTANTLY COMING BACK TO STONE-FISHER'S TO BUY HOSE "THE SAME AS BEFORE" FOR THEMSELVES, THEIR HUSBANDS AND CHILDREN THE REASONS ARE' A VAST ASORTMENT COVERING THE PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS OF EVERYONE, AND SU PERIOR WORTH AT POPULAR P...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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