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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 22 June 1917

1 '.•'>■> Two Kittleson Grocery Co. Good Things to Eat Phones: Ind. Black 17. Sun. 1546 1701 Wetmore Aye UNION PLUMBING AND HEATING SHOPS R. M. Westover. R. Van Dyke. B. M. Richards. A. Hcdlund. P. W. Dailey. A. P. Bassett. C. A. Healy. CITY DRUG STOKE Fair to Labor Believes in Union Labor 1910 HEWITT AYE. EVERETT TENT & AWNING CO. 1501 Hewitt TENTS TO RENT Phone Black .142 Phone Main 342 REMEMBER The Store that Serves You Best Westberg Grocery 2033 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 It BREWSTER CO., (Incorporated) Corner Colby and Hewitt. Our Special 5c Cigar HAFERKORN'S SEAL— The Best for the Money Union Made All Kinds of Jewelry and Sporting Goods and All hinds 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...

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. — 22 June 1917

Friday, June •>-. mi, Saturday is the Last Day of Our June White Sale TAKE ADVANTAGE 27-Inch white ripplette.s, yard i 2. 27jSch ffi Jind «'jored cotton pongee, yard ..............12«/|c t£* i A T? waistings, yard U iL Up to 40-Inch printed wash fabrics, yard 25c Up to 36-Inch striped suitings, yard 25c 18-Inch union crash, white or unbleeched, vardlsc 2S 97 8x3 ,- int ' h ' with red borders 12./, c ft s"ir nc , h baby fl ouncing, yard 49c Up toI 45-Inch embroidery and voil flouncings, yar 65c 65c Silk novelties and tub silks, yard IZ 35c Corset Covers, very special 25c Sample Handkerchiefs, special, each 10c 50c Auto Caps, choice White ripplette petticoats 22! White sateen petticoats 9^ c JfXSe-Inch pillow cases, good quality 15c cml bed size mercerized bed spread $1 50 Smokers of BAGLEY -UNION - TOBACCO 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 goo...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 22 June 1917

ragti rour Bachelder & Corneil BETTER CLOTHES—UNION .MADE 1017-19 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 mailer Office. Labor Temple " Phones: Ind. Black 115; Sunset Main 148 Subscription $1.00 per Year in Advance Advertising Rates on Application GEORGE E. rIgGLNS 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 JMolUers HENRY ARENDS, Secretary fainter*, Trustees . A. W. STANLEY Tailors w. f: geard ,:: zzz:::::— PRINTED ON UNION MADE PAPER Officers Everett trades Council GEORGE VINGEN ,y: • S2 8 !2?"I A DIETER] F Vice President O. F. WEFFERLING .Secretary W F GEARD - Treasurer GRANT BOGAN . Sergeant-at-Arms Puget Press SUBSCRIBE TO THE RED ( ROSS WAR FUND NOW Every dollar given to the T.ed Cr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE EVERETT TRADES COUNCIL VOL. XXVI. RELATING TO RESPONSIBILITY OF EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYES (By C. H. Younger, Commissioner of Labor.) Editor The Labor Journal, Everett, Washington. Most unusual situations in the ranks of labor have arisen in this state and in the nation, because of the crisis in our international rela tions which has come about during the past few months. These occasions call for the ut most poise and precaution, for the best there is in us in the conduct of every American to the end that the fullest responsibility of citizenship, love of country, may be wholly and honorably discharged. This respon sibility rests upon those who work ns well as it does upon those who employ men and the working masses especially at this time should show in all ways possible their loyalty to the cause of our country. We have come upon a time when class distinctions, as well as mere political partisanship, should be set aside, and all concerned, which means every one o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

I*:U'*' TWO A Store of Service and Savings One of the famous ,1. C. Penny Co.'s Golden Rule Store.- whose ever} da> 1- Bargain day. We hold no -ales, (jive no coupons or premiums; we have no expensive delivery system; we have no charge system. We serve you belter with dependable new, clean merchandise marked In plain figures at the lowest possible price. Everett's Busy Store, the Golden Rule, Sends this Message of Service an d Savings to the Readers and Friends of Everett's Laborjfoper. Mt 'g i Hoys' Shoes That Show S . ing and Give Excellent Service lah million dollar- is a lot of money, but it's ; etty certain that the J. I. Penny Company will do that much business in shoes alone this year. That's a reasonable reason why we buy for less. NOW we want YOUR business. Thai's why we sell for less. We want you to try our shoes, both for dress and service. You'll get your moneys worth and save from 50c to a dollar a pair We quote here just a few of the many numbers. A brown mule-skin ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

Friday, Jung 20. 1017 "Madam Lyra" CORSETS ■ ■ Even at 93,50 —Madame Lyra Corsets come in a wide range of models of varying proportions for all types of figures—in a wide range of materials—beautiful brocades, coutils, batistes, etc. Other models $5.00, $0.50, $7.50 and up. There is a Madame Lyra model for "you." Will you not ask to see it? It will afford you style and com- fort—and the price is reasonable, too. Try "BLUE RIBBON" Cigar, sc. W. F. Geard, machinist, who had the misfortune to drive a nail into his foot a week ago Monday, caus ing him to spend a week in the hos pital, returned to his home on Maple street last Tuesday. He will soon be able to work. Smoke Chas. Sheets' CHALLENGE 10c Cigar. EAT AT The Maize Everett's Popular Cafe QUANTITY FOR QUALITY WE TAKE THE LEAD We buy only the best. Our service is the quickest. It is our aim to carry a large and varied variety of foods in season. The only restaurant beside Chauncy Wright's that is di rectly supplied by Barton & C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

Page Four If You Want BETTER CLOTHES II VIS AND FURNISHINGS Bachelder&Corneil The Home of Hari Schaffner & Marx Clothes Nt\«sWl Published Every Friday by the Everett Trades Council Entered at the postoffice i Everett, Washington, as second-class mail matter office. Labor Temple Phoiies: Ind. Black 115; Sunset Main 148 Subscription $1.00 per Year it Advance Advertising Rates on Application GEORGE E. RIGGINS Meets First S inday Morning of Each Month at Labor Temple GEORGE VINGEN, President Electrical Workess WILBERT PILON, Vice President Shingle Weavers o. F. WEFFERLING, Treasurer Molders HENRY A RENDS, Secretary Painters Trustees \ W. STANLEY Printers 0. 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 1... Sergeant-at-Arms Puget Press ANNUAL EDITION Today The Journal presents to its i cadet s it; annua', edition- When the business depression, the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

Education Organization Co-operation VOL. XXVI. THIS SPACE IS SOLD TO A FRIEND Do You Want to Save Money? Trade at DOLSON & SMITH ON ROCKEFELLER AVENUE The Store That Has No Kent to Pay (tilice Phonos: Black 292. Residence Phone Black 117 NORTHERN TRANSFER CO. Express and Baggage. Storage in Connection. Piano and Furniture Moving PROMPT AND RELIABLE SERVICE AM) REASONABLE RATES 3006 McDOUGALL AVENUE Across from (i. N. Freight Depot EVERETT, WASH. Phones—Black 72, Main 72 P. O. Lock Box 4"> WESTERN PRODUCE CO. E. B. HERRETT, Owner Wholesale Dealers and Commission Merchants Dealers in Hay. Grain, Flour, Feed and All Kinds of Vegetables and Fruits, Fertilisers of Every Description PORK, POULTRY AND VEAL 21M HEWITT AVENUE EVERETT, WASH. We Give Undivided Attention lo Al l'O PAINTING AND MONOGRAMS Our mother told us so: So when your auto looks "A man's equipment tells," Bespattered, dirty, grim, Prom this we always know, In all its curves and nooks, His pride, if nothing else. .lus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

T'ago Six THE EVERETT Protestant Hospital AND TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES .11 I I \ K. GOULD, Manager MINNIE MARCKS, Superintendent lor Further Information, Vddrcss 3518 Hoyt Avenue Everett, Wash. Compliments of JUDGE RALPH C. BELL 2?anfe£ Piano Co, Cucrett NATIONAL POLE CO. CEDAR POLES AND PILING Pb:ines: Black 49(1, Main 878 1105 HEWITT AVENI F O. S. HANSON. Agent Everett, Wash. ¥ uget Sound & Alaska Powder Co. Manufacturers of LOW FREEZING DYNAMITE AND I MPING POWDER DEALERS IN ' APS AND FUSE ■ DER works NEAR EVERETT Phones: Black 312, Main SIS : HEWITT AYE., EVERETT, W ASH. Pharmacy, Inc. FOR EASTMAN KODAKS I<' 111 PHONES ".I Everett Marble and Granite Works J. J. SULLIVAN, PROP. If* you don't need office supplies surely you need Picture Framing-, Engraving- or Cameras and Supplies Black &, King Colby Aye. Late Everett Drug Co. i orner H< »itt and Kueker EVERETT, W ASH Everett, Wash. COMMISSION GIVES HIGH PRAISE FOR LABOR ORGANIZATIONS (Continued From Page One) only...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

Friday, June 29, 1917 Compliments of Everett Trunk Factory We sell direct to you. TRUNKS, BAGS, SUIT ( ASKS, LADIES' HAND-BAGS, SMALL LEATHER GOODS AND REPAIRING 281.-) ROCKEFELLER Both Fones N. B. Challacombe Funeral Director 2X12 Rockefeller Phones: Black 368, Main :ib\x Everett, Wash. Try "BLUE RIBBON" Cigar, sc. Subscribe for The Journal. The House of Quality and Right Prices Stoves, Ranges, Cooking Utensils, everything that goes to make the kitchen complete. Builders' Hardware a specialty. Our stock contains many beautiful patterns with prices that positively bring us the business. Window screens and screen doors, wire cloth, both black and galvanized. Garden Hose, every piece we carry is guar teed. Lawn Sprinklers and Lawn Mowers. Fishing Tackle, Camping Outfits, etc. Come in and look us over even if you don't buy. Curran Hardware Company Broadway J. C. FALCONER JACK BOYLE C. H. QUAST County Commissioners Drugs and Kodaks DEAN'S Free Lelivery HEWITT AND COLBY Schuyler Duryee A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

Page 1 Horse and Wagon Covers, Flag* of AH Kinds. Canvas Goods of Every Description. Duck, All Widths and Weights TENTS TO RENT Everett Tent & Awning Co. C. A. COLE Manufacturers of Tents and Awnings 1501 HEWITT VVENUE EVERETT, WASH. H. A. ENGELBRECHT CO. PAINTS, OILS, GLASS FIR DOORS, SASH AND MOULDINGS REAm ROOFING \M> BUILDING PAPERS 2007 Hewitt Avenue Both Phones 73 EVERETT, W \SII GIVE YOUR CHILDREN PLENTY OF GOOD, FRESH MILK TO DRINK Thcj want it We Deliver to Any Part of the Citj Atlas Dairy Co., 21st & Colby Phone .Main (>!(> A. STALBERG GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS CORNER TWENTY-FIFTH WD ROCKEFELLER Phones 8(19 Calls Answered al All Hours Maulsby Sons UNDERTAKERS PRIVATE V.MBULANI E SERVICE Corner Wet more and W.til Everett, Wash. COW BUTTER STORE Butter, Eggs, Lard, Fresh Fruit. Vegetables, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Etc. PHONE, BLA< X 534 CORNER HOYT AND HEWITT OTTO W. JOHNSON, Prop. All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats 2911 H*W \ »nu.' BOTH I'HONKS 135 thej...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

Education Organization Co-operation VOL. XXVI. STANWOOD Stanwood Co-operative Creamery Association Why Not Patronize Snohomish County Institutions? "Gilt Edge" Butter "GILT EDGE" IS A SANITARY BUTTER MADE BY A STRICTLY SANITARY CREAMERY The Constant Demand for Our Products Speaks for the STANWOOD CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY ASSOCIATION STANWOOD, WASH. Stanwood Hardware Co. Dealers in HARDWARE AND FURNITURE Farm Implements, Sash and Doors Taints, Oils and Full Line of Building Materials Furniture and House Furnishings STANWOOD, WASH. Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Tools, Stoves, Ranges, Paints, Oils, Brushes, Wall Paper, Picture Framing Phones—Sunset 21-F-ll; Ind 316 Gunderson & Wenberg Hardware and Furniture UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS EAST STANWOOD, WASH. Hartney's Style Shop Clothing for Men STANWOOD, WASH. STANWOOD GRAIN COMPANY General Merchandise HAY, GRAIN, STRAW, COAL, CEMENT, CUSTOM MILLERS Phone—Sunset Main 812 STANWOOD, WASHINGTON S. A. THOMPSON & CO. TUTTLE & NICKL...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

Pajp§ Ten $635 Quality, care and ~kill. from first to last, are responsible for the final merit of the M VXW'ELL CAR. And merit is the first and most important reason whj you should select one of these Cars. The MAXWELL PRK E is acknowledged to be verj reasonable: but it is the combination of merit and price that has earned for the MAXWELL its position as THE WORLDS GREATEST MOTOR CAR \ VLUE. WALKER & PETERSON \e,eiits Maxwell, Chandler and Cadillac Cars. FEDERAL TRUCK Full Line of Accessories 2417-19 HEWITT AVENUE WE GIVE THE "S.&H." GREEN TRADING STAMPS MR. UNION MAN! the FOURTH? Our Suits at $15.00, $18 00, $20.00 Without douht will please you in Style, Kit and Pattern, and we stand right behind the wear— Union Made Hats in new summer shade*. §9.00 —you will like them— Shirts With the Label, $1.00 Up to $2.50 Everything for the wear of Men. Young Men and Boys —at prices you will he willing to pay. BRODECK-FIELD 1701-170.! HEWITT AYE.. AT WETMORE \. A. BRODECK, Manager "Wh...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

Fridny. .Tnno 29, 1917 CARSTEN PACKING CO. s HAMS, BACON, LARD EVERETT BRANCH—2BIB COLBY AVENUE Compliments of james Mcculloch SHERIFF Snohomish County PHOTOGRAPHS of Yourself and family or the Home Call on MYERS' STUDIO and get the best J. B. MYERS Between Hoyt andßucker 1414 Hewitt Aye. Everett Shoeing & Wagon Co. HORSE SHOEING 2712 Hewitt Avenue, Riverside FORD AUTO DELIVERY TOPS BUILT TO ORDER HEAVY FORCING Motor Truck Bodies. Wagons, Trucks and Carriages Built to Order All Sizes Auto Springs Made and Repaired A. STROM & SONS, Props. Ind. Phone White 1234 THE LLOYD CO. Everett, Wash. MILL, LOGGING AND MARINE SUPPLIES Brass and Iron Valves, Pipe and Fittings, Iron and Steel Pop Valves, Gauges, Lubricators, Oiling Devices, Steam Pumps, Belting, Hose and Parking, Lubricating Oils and Creases, Asbestos Goods, Steam Spe cialties, Electrics! Supplies, Steel and Wood Pulleys, Transmission Material, Tool and Hardware and Red Seal Boiler Compounds. Delta Meat and Grocery Co. W. J...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

Page Twelve SNOHOMISH THE FIRSTNATION AL BANK MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK THE EAGLE CO. C?othing, Dry Good.; and Furnishing SNOHOMISH, WASH. MOEHRING SHOE CO. THE PIONEER SHOE DEALERS IN THE COUNTY SNOHOMISH. WASH. Snohomish Creamery Co. Makers of FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER AND BRICK CHEESE SNOHOMISH, W ASH. Commercial Bank OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY "02 FIRST STREET SNOHOMISR, WASH. WILBUR DRUG CO. (Incorporated) Druggists First Street Snohomish, Wash. STEAM HEAT NEW BRUNSWICK HOTEL SNOHOMISH, W ASH. 1. s. McOeady. Manager HARMON'S SPECIALTY HOUSE THE WORKINGMAN STORE Snohomish, Wn. OF SNOHOMISH KSTA W.ISHKI) KSB7 MS CM PRIVATE BATHS Sample Itooms 1 he Only I nion r afe in the ( ity Snohomish. Wash, HAPPY ENDING IN REAL LIFE Mr. McKeely tells a story of reality. It is realism that shows the way out of one of the jungles of life anil reports that the first let in what appear to be the great est reform since the public school took the place of the charity school. In thi- first week of Juno, 1...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

Education Organization Co-operation VOL. XXVI. GRANITE FALLS THE GRANITE FALLS MERCANTILE COMPANY, INC. The Xi« Store With the Little Prices Groceries, Feed, Dry Goods, Men's, Women's and Children's Furnishings and Shoes Always the Best Goods for the Least Money GRANITE FALLS, WASH. oSramte ifalte J>tate J^anfe GRANITE FALLS, WASH. B. E. CHAPPELL, President E. L. HEATH, Vice President C. E. STAGE, Cashier DAVID H. ANDERSON, Asst. Cashier M. E. CHAPPELL DEALER IN Flour, Feed and Hay, Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods and Clothing GRANITE FALLS, WASH. PINOCHLE RUMMY KLAUS BROS., CONFECTIONERY Cigars, Tobacco, Fruit and Candies and Ice Cream NEWSTAND, LATEST PERIODICALS Make This Place Your Headquarters Organized Labor Always Welcome POOL BILLIARDS Granite Falls, Wash. MONROE R. M. STEVENS, President ROY W. JELLISON, Cashier The First National Bank MONROE, WASH. The Mercantile Co. J. E. WOOD COMPANY SucceMorf to Ilubliell Outfitting Co. FAMILY SHOES, CLOTHING, FU...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

Page Fourteen KU-Hlf-MH JULY 3rd TO 7tli Inclusive Celebrate the Week in Kverett FOLEY & KURKE ATTRACTIONS (Under Auspices Riverside Commercial Club) 25roatitoai> FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PEARL < )FTHE ARMY Lonesome Luke of Tin Can Alley IN TWO PARTS AND A TWO PART VOGUE COMEDY this Is a Sure C omedy Program WILL PLEASE YOU—SEE IT "Marrj tie t.irl—We'll Furnish Your Home" gQESHAR-frjOOTON FURNITURE QO. "Dependable medium priced home fur nishings." "Credit terms that have made thousands of comfortable homes." "Use YOUR Credit- It's Good With Us" Largest Local Exclusive Homefurnishers The economical place to buy your Foot-Wear —.Maxine Shoes for Women, White House Shsea for Men. Duster Drown Shoes for Children. Factor} direct to you selling plan saves you money. Try our Shoes.— xx c guarantee satisfaction. T. H. Gish I ~. „ MILE GUARANTEE 2X22 Wetmore Phones: Black 153-454; Sunset, Mam 154 PACIFIC FRUIT & PRODUCE CO. DISTRIBUTORS 11. F. B< BUM \< HF.lt. Manager ill and ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

, Friday, .Tnnr ?<), I'll? Kittleson Grocery Co. Good Things to Flat Phones: md. Black 17. Sun. 1540 1701 Wetmore Aye UNION PLUMBING AND HEATING SHOPS R. M. Westover. R. Van Dyke. B. M. Richards. A. Hedlund. F. W. Dailey. A. P. Bassett. 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 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., (Incorporated) Corner Colby and Hewitt. Our Special 5c 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 2811 OAKES Shop Phone Red 681 Res. Red 518 Wonder Mercantile Co. Men's F...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 29 June 1917

Page Sixteen « «.,.,«« ( «>„„. .•<>«* E ar M « >,,„....... -««■>«. B*»dJ? £ r.dTi!^*^ w ffsA r™K kk aas ...„. 55........ p..,,,, m * m , k , «....... times <it high rosl of living. _____-________ __———_———___——— —— ——— —— ———— — As the F. E. Wyman stock, consisting partly of Dry Goods, which is not our regular line, we are particularly anxious to close oul this line as quickly as possible, and have made prices that will eliminate this feature in short order. f LSO PILLOWS 89( . -v,' 1 ' 1 $1.65 ia AT UN,N,i 6c ! 121-oc CALICO j 35c CHILDREN'S RIBBED UNDERWEAR Ol ' SUITS. AT _* 1 C i - v ,—4Bc LESS GINGHAMS lIC NOTIONS in. SILK THREAD 10c RIBBON 15c RIBBi N ,oc a! naps 6c 10c SHOE POLISH, BLACK, WHITE f* o Mi TAN | $1.25 CORSETS 79 C I 35c LADIES' UNDERWEAR 19C j 25c LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S 1 J~ SUPPi IRTERS AT l^C !'■ 7T~Z ', t i v ih„i„„ v fiWah.iin rnn .lanrl & Rvder and John Mayor Shoes for Men, Women and Children, the quality of which it is difficult to dupl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 6 July 1917

OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE EVERETT TRADES COUNCIL VOL. XXVI. NOTES TAKEN FROM THE TRIAL OF RENA MOONEY IN SAN FRANCISCO Perjury, made an article of com merce by the San Francisco Cham ber of Commerce, is being unloaded in quantities to Btttt the purchaser in the Rena Mooney trial now in progress: "I identified Mrs. Mooney without seeing her. Also the others; Mam ma told me about them."—Sadie Edeau. "I didn't recognize my own broth er."—Sam Samuels, the New "Ox man." "Judge, please make Tom Mooney's mother quit looking at me."—Es telle Smith. The cold-blooded brutality of the horde of hired witnesses now fran tically trying to win portions of the $17,000 reward by hanging the little music teacher, Mrs. Rena Mooney, has been exposed in a startling light. The most shameless thing of it is that the newspapers—with two ex ceptions—are trying to smother the murder of Rena Mooney by suppres ing the news. William R. Hearst's paper, "The Examiner," leads in the dark design. "The Examiner" pub lis...

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