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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 18 May 1917

m% Two Everett Printers Who Can Put the Label on Your Printing: 1 Everett Print Shop. 2 Herald Printing Co. 3 Tribune Printing Co. 4 F. B. Hawea Printing Co. 6 Puget Preaa. 7 Kane 4 Harcua. 8 Commercial Preaa CITY DRUG STORE Fair to Labor Believes in Union Labor 1910 HEWITT AYE. MILLINERY All the Latest Styles at Mat-Heart's 1812 Hewitt Aye. EVERETT TENT & AWNING CO. 1501 Hewitt TENTS TO RENT Phone Black 342 Phone Main 342 REMEMBER The Store that Serves You Best WESTBERG GROCERY 2933 Broadway ROBBINS TRANSFER CO. Main 371 Black 371 We Move Anything—Day and Night Service THE LATE WM. HAFERKORN'S OLD Home of Union Made Cigars and Tobaccos Will be maintained by the James R. Brewster Co., Inc. COR, COLBY AND HEWITT. Our Spescial 5c Ciga —HAFERKORN'S SEAL— The Best for the Money Union Made All KinAa of Jewelry and Sporting Goods •»< AM Kinds of Repairing at Nick Grad's 3005 Hewitt Aye. R. Van Dyke PLUMBING AND HEATING 2&" CAKES Shop Phone Bed 681 Res. Red 518 KITTLESON GROCERY...

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 May 1917

Friday, May 18, 1917. When Correctly Fitted in the Right Nemo or Smart —you wdl know the joy of feeling well and looking well. You may be sure of being correctly fitted if you will se lect your corset NOW in our Corset Department. M the Nemo Hygienic-Fashion Institute, New York, is here show you the latest models of the famous NEMO WONDERLIFT, SELF-REDUCING AND BACK-RESTING CORSETS $3.75 and upward and to explain their wonderful health and fashion features. She will gladly show you our beautiful new line of SMART SET CORSETS, and fit you perfectly in the model that you need. "THE STRENGTH OF ALL FOR THE "Help one another," the snowflakes said, As they huddled down in their fleecy bed; "One of us here would not be felt, One of us here would quickly melt; But I'll help you and you help me, And then, what a big, white drift we'll be." "Help one another," th c maple spray Said to his fellow lea yes one day; "The sun would wither me here alone, Long enough ere the day is gone; But I'll h...

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 May 1917

rave Pour BAOHELOER & CORNEIL BETTER CLOTHES - UNION MADE 1617 19 Hewitt Aye. Everett, Wash. Uhe LABOR JOURNAL Published Every Friday by the Everett Trades Council Entered at the postoffice in Everett, Washington, as second class mail matter Office, Labor Temple Phones: Ind. Black 115; Sunset Main 148 Buhpcrlption Jl 00 per Year id Advance Advertising Rates on Application GEORGE E. RIGGINS Editor and Manager Board of Control Meets First Sunday Morning of Each Month at Labor Temple. GEORGE VINGEN, President Electrical Workers WILBERT PILON, Vice President Shingle Weavers 0. F. WEFFERLINC, Treasurer Molders HENRY A RENDS, Secretary Painters Trustees A. W. STANLEY Printers O. W. HODGE Tailors W. F. GEARD , Machinists PRINTED ON UNION MADE PAPER GEORGE VINGEN President A. DIETERLE Vice President O. F. WEFFERLING Secretary W. F. GEARD Treasurer GRANT BOGAN _ Sergeant-at-Arms WE HAVE DECLARED WAR BI T NOT WORKING AT IT Congress has been in session six weeks and has "declared war." Con...

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. — 25 May 1917

Education Organization Co-operation VOL. XXVI. FIFTEENTH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF SHINGLE WEAVERS INTERNATIONAL The Shingle Weavers International convention was called to order Mon day morning by President J. G. Brown. A message was received from Pres ident George Vingen of the Everett Trades Council stating his inability to be present, and George E. Riggins welcomed the delegates on behalf of the Trades Council. Vice President E. A. Francois de livered an address of welcome on be half of the State Federation of La bor. Harley L. Hughes of the Industrial Insurance Commission spoke at length on the new first aid law, which goes into effect next month. Mr Hughes' remarks were highly interesting and instructive. He pointed out clearly the good provisions of the new law as well as its defects. Attorney E. C. Dailey made an ad dress of welcome from the people of Everett, which was full of good cheer, good advice and sparkling with hu mor. Charles Perry Taylor, Secretary- Treasurer of the Sta...

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. — 25 May 1917

Pare Tvvv IT'S THE PATRIOTIC DUTY OV EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD TO JOIN THE RED CROSS Elmer Dover, Receiver Everett Gas Co. DIRECTORY OF JOURNAL ADVERTISERS Every advertiser in The Labor Journal, Union Labor's own paper, .should have YOUR patronage in preference to others. Advertisements of unfair goods strictly prohibited. AMUSEMENTS Broadway Theatre, 2012 Hewitt. Princess Theatre, 2822 Colby. Kialto Theatre, 1509 Hewitt Aye. BOOTS AND SHOES Murray Shoe Store, 1712 Hewitt. Wonder Mercantile, Hewitt & Hoyt. Stone-Eisher Co., cor. Wetmore and Hewitt. Men's Shoe Store, 1521 Hewitt. Star Shoe Store, 2000 Hewitt. Golden Rule, cor, Colby and Wall. BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING C. E. Ogrosky, 2001 Hewitt. Star Shoe Store, 2000 Hewitt. BILLIARDS AND BOOL Pastime Amusement Parlors, Hewitt and Wetmore, in basement. BANKS Citizens Bank & Trust Co., Hewitt and Wetmore. BICYCLES—MOTORCYCLES SpirO Cycle and Supply Co., 2000 Hewitt. CLOTHIERS Brodeck & Field, corner Hewitt and Wetmora. H. E...

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. — 25 May 1917

Friday. May 25, 1917 Everett Printers Who Can Put the Label on Your Printing 1 Everett Print Shop. 2 Herald Printing Co. 3 Tribune Printing Co. I Hamilton & Black. 6 Pugel Press. 7 Kane iVc Harcus. 8 Commercial Press. CITY DRUG STORE Fair to Labor Believes in Union Labor 1910 HEWITT A\ E. MILLINERY All the Latest Styles at Macßean's ISI2 Hewitt Aye. EVERETT TENT & AWNING CO. 1501 Hewitt TENTS to RENT Phone Black 342 Phone Main 3t2 REMEMBER The Store that Serves You Best WESTBERG GROCERY 2933 Broadway ROB BINS TRANSFER CO. Main 371 Black 371 We Move Anything—Day and Night Ser\ ice The Late Win. Haferkorn's old Home of Union Made CIGARS AND TOBACCOS Will be maintained by the JAMES R. BREWSTER CO., Corner Colby and Hewitt. Our Special 5c C igar —HAFERKORN'S SEAL— The Best for the Money Union Made All Kinds of Jewelry and Sporting Goods and All Kinds of Repairing at NICK GRAD'S 300.7 Hewitt Aye. R. VAX DYKE PLI MBING AND HEATING 2811 OAK ES Shop Phone Red 681 Res. Red 518 WONDER...

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. — 25 May 1917

Bachelder & Corneil BETTER CLOTHES—UNION MADE 1617-19 HEWITT AYE. Everett, Wash. THE LABOR JOURNAL Published Every Friday by the Everett Trades Council Entered at the postoffice in Everett, Washington, as second-class mail mattei Office, Labor Temple Phones: Ind. Black 116; Sunset Main US Subscription $1.00 per Year in Advance Advertising Rates on Application GEORGE E. RIGGIXS Hoard of Control Meets First Sunday Morning of Each Month at Labor Temple GEORGE VINGEN. President Electrical Workess WILBERT PILON. Vice President Shingle Weavers O. F. WEFFERLING, Treasurer Moldeis HENRY ARENDS, Secretary Painters Trustees A. W. STANLEY Printers O. W. HODGE Tailors W. F. GEARD Machinists PRINTED ON UNION MADE PAPER GEORGE VINGEN President A. DIETERLE Vice President O. F. WEFFERLING Secretary W. F. GEARD Treasurer GRANT BOGAN Sergeant-at-Arms Puget Press RED ( ROSS The Red Cross drive is on this week and the ladies who are serving as recruiting officers are doing their best te secure a la...

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. — 1 June 1917

Education Organization Co-operation VOL. XXVI. CLASSIFICATION OF INDUSTRIES UNDER THE FIRST AID LAW In arriving nt the classification for the cost of medical aid and sur gical attendance to injured workmen, there are no statistics on cost avail able for the Medical Aid Board, but through the office of the Industrial Commission the cost for time loss in ench industry may be obtained. This cost runs from six mills in lumber yards to $26.98 in canal construction, which is the highest in the list. It is reasonable to suppose that the cost of medical attendance will bear some relation to the cost of time loss, and we have used this Co3t of time loss in making our first classification. The average cost for three years, or $1.71, is put In class C by the basis laid down in the law, and those that are lower than this are put in class A or 15. according to where they fall. The next highest coming in D, and we have placed in D all of those that show a cost between $2.26 and $3.25. Then we hav...

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. — 1 June 1917

Page k" UNION PLI MBING AND HEATING SHOPS R. M. Westover, R. Vnn Dyke. H. M. Richards. A. ttedlund. F. W. Dailey. A. P. Bassett C. A. Healy. CITY DRUG STORE Fair to Labor Relieves in Union Labor 1910 HEWITT AYE. EVERETT TENT & AWNING CO. 1501 Hewitt TENTS TO BENT Phone Black 342 Phone Main 342 REMEMBER The Store that Serves You Best Westberg Grocery 2933 Broadway Robbins Transfer Co. Main 371 Black :!T1 We Move Anything— Daj and Nighl Service The Late Wm. Haferkorn's Old Home of Union Made CIGARS AND TOBACCOS Will be maintained by the JAMES R. BREWSTER CO., (Incorporated) Corner Colby and Hewitt. Our Special ">c Cigar —HAFERKORN'S SEAI— The Best for the Money Union Made All Kinds of Jewelry and Sporting Goods and All Kinds of Repairing at NICK GRAD'S 3005 Hewitt Aye. R. VAN DYKE PLUMBING AND HEATING 2811 OAKES Shop Phone Red 081 Res. Red 518 Wonder Mercantile Co. Men's Furnishings and Shoes Union Made Suits Made to Order s. veo & son. Props. Cor. Hoyt and Hewitt Avenue 20...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 1 June 1917

. Friday, hm I 1817 MADE IN MANY MODELS This is one of the delights of selecting ROYAL WORCES TER corsets—you have such abundant variety from which to choose. Style, size and price are yours to name. Rut, whatever your selection of model, you can be confi dent of correct fashion, effi cient molding of figure, com fort, and satisfactory wear. All of this is implied and assured in the world famous name — ROYAL WORCES TER. Corsets and corset ieres await your coming. * IF GOOD IN WAR WHY NOT IN PEACE? "This war is teaching us valuable lessons of a material character. We are learning something of the co operation of men and women in productive industry. We are being taught that when the life of the nation is at stake men may be de pended upon to act with honest co operation and with true patriotism. We find all of the elements of production thrown into one definite channel for the good of all the people, aye for the life of the peo ple. The immediate result of this co-operation may be cr...

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. — 1 June 1917

P;U f o F<mv Bachelder & Corneil BETTER CLOTHES—UNION MADE Kil7-19 HEWITT AYE. THE LABOR JOURNAL Published Every Friday by the Everett Trades Council Entered at the postoffice in Everett, Washington, as second-class mail matter Office, Labor Temple Phones: Ind. Black 116; Sunset Main 148 Subscription $1.00 per Year in Advance Advertising Rates on Application GEORGE E. RIGGINS Editor and Manager Board of Control Meets First Sunday Morning of Each Month at Labor Temple GEORGE VINGEN, President Electrical Workess WILBERT PILON, Vice President . Shingle Weavers O. F. WEFFERLING, Treasurer Molders HENRY ARENDS, Secretary Painters A. W. STANLEY Printers O. W. HODGE Tailors W. F. GEARD Machinists PRINTED ON UNION MADE PAPER GEORGE VINGEN President A. DIETERLE Vice Presided 0. F. WEFFERLING ' Secretary W. F. GEARD Treasurer GRANT BOGAN Sergeant-at-Arms Puget Press THE SILENT BOYCOTT At least a majority of citizens in the business center have heard of the "silent" boycott carried on b...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 8 June 1917

Education Organization Co-operation VOL. XXVI. A NOTE OF WARNING SOUNDED BY THE UNITED MINE WORKERS NEW YORK CITY, June 2. An urgent appeal anil protest to the Council of National defense and to President Wilson, made it behalf of an uninterrupted supply of coal throughout the war period, has just been issued by John P. White, presi dent of the United Mine Workers of America, whose Executive Roard is now in session in Indianapolis. A copy of the statement has been forwarded to President Wilson. The statement in full follows: "To the Council of National De fense: "Gentlemen: "A mutter of grave concern to our nation has been precipitated bj the sudden development out of your organization of a Committee on Coal Production which sets aside a com plete national agreement between mine owners and mint workers just recently arrived at in New York City. By that agreement the basic industry of the nation was place.! on an assured foundation of ade quate and uninterrupted coal sup ply. "Speaki...

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. — 8 June 1917

Page Two UNION PLUMBING AND HEATING SHOPS R. M. West over. R. Van Dyke. B. M. Richards. A. Hedlund. F. W. Dailey. A. P. Basset t. C. A. Healy. CITY DRUG STORE Fair to Labor Believes in Union Labor 1910 HEWITT AYE. EVERETT TENT & AWNING CO. 1501 Hewitt TENTS TO RENT Phone Black 342 Rhone Main 342 REMEMBER The Store that Serves You Best Westberg Grocery 29,'h'l Broad* ay Robbins Transfer Co. Main .171 Black .171 We Move Anything— Day and Night Service Th! Late Wm. Haferkorn'i old Home of Union Made CIGARS AND TOBACCOS Will be maintained by the JAMES R. BREWSTER CO., I Incorporated) Corner Colby and Hewitt. Our Special 5c ( igar —HAFERKORN'S SEAL— The Best for the Money Union Made All Kinds of Jewelry and Sporting Goods and All Kinds of Repairing at NICK GRAD'S 3005 Hewitt Aye. R. VAX DYKE PLUMBING AND HEATING 2811 OAK LS Shop Rhone Red 681 Res. Red .".IS Wonder Mercantile Co. Men's Kurnishings and Shoes Union Made Suits Made to Order S. YEO & SON, Props. Cor. Hoyt and Hewitt 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. — 8 June 1917

Friday, June 8, 191?. HEVERETT DEPARTMENTSrORET Our Annual Clearance Sale of Ready-to-Wear All Interesting Showing of SMARTLY DESIGNED SUITS At 20 Per Cent Discount Consisting of Fine Tailored Suits, Sport Suits, and Suits for general utility wear. A remarkable assortment of Smart Styles in Serge, Gaberdine, Poplins, and Silk Jersey. If you have deferred purchas ing your Spring Suit, you will find some very attractive bargains in our Ready-to-Wear Department. BROADWAY DIRECTORY OF JOURNAL ADVERTISERS Every advertiser in The Labor Journal,, Union Labor's own paper, should have YOUR patronage in preference to others. Advertisements of unfair goods strictly prohibited. AMUSEMENTS Broadway Theatre, 2012 Hewitt. Princess Theatre, 2822 Colby. Rialto Theatre, 1509 Hewitt Aye. BOOTS AND SHOES Murray Shoe Store, 1712 Hewitt. Wonder Mercantile, Hewitt & Hoyt. Stone-Fisher Co., cor. Wetmore and Hewitt. Men's Shoe Store, 1521 Hewitt. Star Shoe Store, 2909 Hewitt. Golden Rule, cor, Colby and...

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. — 8 June 1917

Page Four Bachelder & Corneil m ITER CLOTHES—I MON MADE 1617-19 HEWITT AYE. Everett, Wash. THE LABOR JOURNAL Published Every Friday by the Everett Trades Council Entered at the postoffice in Everett. Washington, as second-class mail matter Office, Labor Temple Phones: Ind. Black tIC; Sunset Main 148 Subscription $1.06 per Year in Advance Advertising Rates on Application GEORGE E. RIGGINS Editor and Manager Hoard of Control Meets First Sunday Morning of Each Month at Labor Temple GEORGE VINGEN. President Electrical Workess WILBERT PILON. Vice President Shingle Weavers O. F. WEFFERLING. Treasurer Moldors HENRY ABENDS, Secretary Painters Trustees A. W. STANLEY Printers 0. W. HODGE Tailors W. F. GEARD Machinists PRINTED ON UNION MADE PAPER Officers Everett Trades Council GEORGE VINGEN President A. DIETERLE Vice President O. F. WEFFERLING Secretary W. F. GEARD Treasurer GRANT BOGAN Sorgeant-at-Arms Puget Press PUBLICITY "OBNOXIOUS" The fight for publicity for income tax returns has 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. — 15 June 1917

Education Organization Co-operation VOL. XXVI. UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT STRIKES HARD RLOW AT LABOR (By E. P. MARSH, President Washington State Federation of Labor) Like a bolt from the blue came the news from Washington, D. C, that the United States Supreme Court had declared unconstitutional the law passed by the people of this state through the Initiative prohibit ing the collection of fees from work ers for obtaining employment. It was another of the "five to four" decisions of that honorable body which has marked its sessions for three score years. It is another in dictment against a system of juris prudence which allows courts to pass upon the constitutionality of laws duly passed by the people, a right which it is claimed was never grant ed the courts by the constitution but is an usurped power. The system of extracting fees from workers in this state had given lire to giave abuses. Unscrupulous men saw in the employment agency game a "get-rich-quick" scheme of which they w...

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. — 15 June 1917

Pm 1 wo. Kittleson Grocery Co. Good Things to Bat Phones: Ind. Black 17. Sun. IS 10 1701 Wetmore Aye UNION PLUMBING AND HEATING SHOPS R. M. Westover. R. Van Dyke. B, M. Richards. A. Hedlund. P. W. Dailey. A. P. Bassett, C. A. Healy. CITY DRUG STORK Fair to Labor Believes in Union Labor 1910 HEWITT AYE. EVERETT TENT & AWNING CO. 1501 Hewitt TENTS TO RENT Phone Black .112 Phone Main .142 REMEMBER The Store that Serves You Best Westberg Grocery 29:i:i Broadway Robbins Transfer Co. Main :171 Black .171 We Move Anything — Day and Night Service The Late Wm. Haferkorn's old Home of Union Made CIGARS AND TOBACCOS Will be maintained by the JAMES R. BREWSTER CO., (Incorporated) Corner Colby and Hewitt. Our Special .">c Cigar —HAFERKORN'S SEAL — The Best for the Money Union Made All Kinds of Jewelry and Sporting Goods and All Kinds of Repairing at NICK GRAD'S 3005 Hewitt Aye. R. VAN DYKE PLUMBING AND HEATING 2SII OAK ES Shop Phone Red 681 Res. Red 518 Wonder Mercantile Co. Men's Furnish...

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. — 15 June 1917

[ riday, Juno 15. l&itf Fine Knit Underwear Here Ladies' fine, knit lisle Union Suits, white only; made low neck, sleeveless, knee length, also low neck, sleeveless, um brella; all sizes, 34 to 44; suit 75c and 85c Ladies' fine spring needle weave lisle Union Suits, made with silk tops, finished around neck and armholes. with hemstitched band; all sizes; suit $1.50 Children's Nazaret Union Suits, a three-piece garment in one, made low neck, sleeveless, knee length, sizes 2 to 18 years; suit ..59c Kayser'a Silk Gloves $1.00 Kayser Silk Gloves with patent linger tip, heavy quality silk black, white, grey, mode and pongee. Pin or Button Flags, 10c Red, white and blue, Flag Pins, nicely enameled, also Flag Buttons. For what nobler purpose can you subscribe than to the Red Cross, whose funds are used for relief of suffering re gardless of nationality or creed. You may not believe in war but you can not fail to appreciate the worthiness of the Red Cross. It asks for your service and s...

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. — 15 June 1917

Page j-'our Bachelder & Corneil BETTER CLOTHES—UNION MADE IKI7-19 HEWITT AYE. Everett, Wash. THE LABOR JOURNAL Published Every Friday by the Everett Trades Council Entered at the postoffice in Everett, Washington, as second-class mail matter Office, Labor Temple Phones: Ind. Black 115; Sunset Main 148 I Subscription $1.00 per Year In Advance Advertising Rates on Application GEORGE E. RIGGINS Editor and Manager \ Hoard of Control Meets First. Sunday Morning of Kach Month at Labor Temple GEORGE VINGEN, President Electrical Workess WILBERT PILON, Vice President Shingle Weavers 0. P. WEFFERLING. Treasurer Molders HENRY ARENDS, Secretary Painters Trustees A. W. STANLEY Printers O. W. HODGE Tailors W. F. GEARD Machinists PRINTED ON UNION MADE PAPER GEORGE VINGEN President A. DIETERLE Vice President O. F. WEFFERLING Secretary W. F. GEARD Treasurer GRANT BOGAN Sergeant-at-Arms Paget Press THE RED CROSS The grand drive to raise money for financing the Red Cross is about to begin. There i...

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. — 22 June 1917

Education Organization Co-operation ' VOL. XXVI. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ATTORNEYS NEW PERJURY TO HANG MRS. MOONEY Chamber of Commerce Attorney Openly Appears to Aid in Killing Charles W. Cobb, a famous and shrewd attorney for the Chamber of Commerce, has openly stalked into the court room and taken his place behind the district attorney to su perintend the conviction of Mrs. Mooney. Three large private de tective agencies have been employed out of the Chamber of Commerce's million dollar fund to put their en tire forces into the work of con viction. Rena Mooney's prosecutors have decided not to bring back to San Francisco Frank C. Oxman, the psr jurer from Oregon, who has fled to his home away from his impending trial for perjury subornation. Along with Mrs. Kidwell, Louis Rominger, John Crowley, who have also been proven perjurers, and Mellie Edeau, Sadie Edeau, Charles Organ and Ru fus Patterson, who have confessed to perjury against Tom Mooney—Ox man has been discarded. When last he...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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