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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 7 January 1910

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to the merchant who solicits your patron age through these columns. VOL. XIX. UNIONS WILL AID IN FIGHT AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS E. P. MARSH MAKES REPORT OF A. F. OF L. CONVENTION Following is the report of E. P. Marsh, delegate to the American Fed eration of Labor convention, nt Toronto, Canada, delivered nt the Shingle Weavers' convention last Monday in Convention hall, Marysville: To the Officers and Members of the In ternational Shingle Weavers' Union of America, in Eighth Annual Con vention Assembled. Greeting:—l esteem it a great honor and pleasure to be permitted to present a report to this convention of the es sential features of the twenty-ninth an nual convention of the American Fed eration of Labor recently held in Toron to, Canada. In preparing this report I have had to omit many things which I should have liked to touch upon, that I might not weary you with its too great length. The labor movement in America is second to no other movemen...

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. — 7 January 1910

a The Labor Journal. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Entered at the Post Office in Everett, Washington, as second class Mail Mat (nit, i E. P. MARSH Editor. J. E. CAMPBELL Business Manager. Phones Sunset 148, Ind. 081 Y. Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Rates on Application. UNION DIRECTORY American Federation of Labor. Samuel Gompers President. James Duncan First Vice President. John Mitchell Second Vice President. James CConnel—Third Vice President. Max Morris Fourth Vice President. J Dennis A. Hayes..Fifth Vice President. Wm. D. Huber Sixth Vice President.! Jos. E. Valentine. Eighth Vice President. ! John B. tannon — - Treasurer.! Frank Morrison Secretary. Washington State Federation of Labor. President C. R. Case, Seattle. First Vice President Fred Hudson, Bellinghani. Second Vice President..Thos. Maloney, Spokane. Third Vice President L. F. Clarke, Walla Walla. Fourth Vice President..H. A. Livermore, Hoquiam. Fifth Vice President W. J. B...

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. — 7 January 1910

2 The Labor Journal. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Entered at the Tost Office in Everett, Washington, as second class Mail Mat- ' ter. E. P. MARSH Editor. J. E. CAMPBELL Business Manager. Phones Sunset 148, Ind. 681 Y. Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Rates on Application. UNION DIRECTORY American Federation of Labor. Samuel Gompers ..President. James Duncan First Vice President. John Mitchell Second Vice President. James O'Connel—Third Vice President. Max Morris Fourth Vice President. Dennis A. Hnyes.-Fifth Vice President. Wm. D. Uuber Sixth Vice President. Jos. E. Valentine. Eighth Vice President. John B. tannon Treasurer. Frank Morrison Secretary. Washington State Federation of Labor. President C. R. Case, Seattle. First Vice President Fred Hudson, Bellingham. Second Vice President..Thos. Maloney. Spokane. Third Vice President L. F. Clarke, Walla Walla. Fourth Vice President.-!!. A. Livermore, Hoquiam. Fifth Vice President W. J. Bradford...

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. — 7 January 1910

Friday. January 7, 1910. ACME ««A Show for the People" The ACME THEATRE STOCK COMPANY In High Class FMesyts Every Evening 8:15, Matinees Saturday and Sunday Seats Reserved Over Both Phones. Popular Prices: 10c, 20c, 30. 60 YEARS' i laV-EXPERIENCE aSHHHHMafIHHafIai Trade Marks HI lir Designs 'FIT? T* COPYRIGHTS Ac i Anyone sending a nketrh and description mar I qnloklr ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is prnhahly patentable. Communlca -1 ;lons strictly oonfldentlal. HANDBOOK on Patent* 1 aent free. Oldeat agency for securing patents. I Patent* taken through Hunn £ Co. recelre I tfteial notice., without obarge, in the ! Scientific American. i A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest olr- I dilation of any scientific! Journal. Terms, f3 a , fear; four months, 11. Sold brail newsdealers, : MUNN & C0.36i8r0.-w.,. New York i Branch OHlce. «?& F St. Washington. 1). C. AMERICAN DYE WORKS Cleaning. Dyeing and Pressing. Largest and best equipped plant in the county. 282...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 7 January 1910

Friday, January 7. 1910. . "A. Show for tho People" ; The ACME THEATRE STOCK COMPANY In High Class Plays | Every Evening 8:15, Matinees Saturday and Sunday 0 , 6 . 8 . ,^P ular Prices: 10c - 30. ,wy|A44l« 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE T| Trade Marks FWM Designs •ffff ' 1 Copyrights Ac. Anyone •ending' a aketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Indention Is probably patentable. Communlea ;lonsstrlctlyconfldentlal. HANDBOOK on Patent* sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive .pniat noticr , without charge. In the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms. S3 a year: 'our months, fL. Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN &Co. 86,B — ' New York Branch Office. 82& F St.. Washington. D. C. AMERICAN DYE WORKS Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing. Largest and best equipped plant in the county. 2821 WETMORE VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE E. ACKERLY, Local Agent UNION DIRECT...

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. — 7 January 1910

4 MARSH'S A. F. OF L REPORT (Continued From Pnge Three. 1 ' D. C, under the very shadow of the ] mighty. Several impractical schemes 1 were suggester hut, mark you, defiance ( of a court that would send men to jail ] for no crime but upholding freedom of 1 speech nnd of the press, was apparent 1 in the speech of every delegate. It , was with a sigh of relief that the con- j vention heard the news on the follow ing day that the labor leaders would be allowed to remain in sesion throughout the convention at least. I have stretched this report out to an unpardonable length already, but I crave your indulgence for a short synopsis of incidents of this case. This Buck Stove and Range case has drag ged its weary length along so many months that we unionists have perhaps grown rather weary of its constant repitition, and yet the issues involved are so vital, so much bigger than the men in the case, strike so deep into the legal rights of every man, woman and child in the United States, tha...

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. — 7 January 1910

4 MARSH'S A. F. OF L. REPORT (Continued From Page Three.) D. C, under the very shadow of the mighty. Several impractical schemes were suggester but, mark you, defiance Of a court that would send men to jail for no crime but upholding freedom of speech and of the press, was apparent in the speech of every delegate. It was with a sigh of relief that the con vention heard the news on the follow ing day that the labor leaders would be allowed to remain in scsion throughout the convention at lea9t. I have stretched this report out to an unpardonable length already, but 1 crave your indulgence for a short synopsis of incidents of this case. This Buck Stove and Kange case has drag ged its weary length along so many months that we unionists have perhaps grown rather weary of its constant repitition, and yet the issues involved are so vital, so much bigger th;in the men in the case, strike so deep into the legal rights of every man, woman nnd child in the United Slates, that we must not for ...

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. — 14 January 1910

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to ths merchant who solicits your patron age through these columns. VOL. XIX. WEAVERS ARE PROGRESSING RAPIDLY The Annual Convention at Marysville Makes His tory—Great Progress Is Noticeable Over Former Years. The eighth annual convention of the International Shingle Weavers' Union, Which was held in Marysville last week, was the largest in point of attendance and the most important from the stand point of work accomplished, ever held by that- aggressive organization. Forty nine delegates wore present nnd the enthusiasm and intelligence shown in discussing measures of Importance to the shingle weaving craft, unguis well for the future welfarq of the craft. It was remarked by several of the old timers, men who have attended nearly all of the conventions of tbe shingle weavers, how far advanced were the discussions and ideas brought, forth over that of previous years. It was evident to everybody "ho listened to the de bate on numerous questions, th...

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. — 14 January 1910

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to thi merchant who solicits your patron age through these columns. VOL. XIX. WEAVERS ARE PROGRESSING RAPIDLY The Annual Convention at Marysville Makes His tory—Great Progress Is Noticeable Over Former Years. The eighth annual convention of the International Shingle Weavers' Union, which was held in Marysville last week, was the largest in point of attendance and the most important from the stand point of work accomplished, over hold by that aggressive organization. Forty nine delegates w ore present and the enthusiasm and Intelligence shown iv discussing measures of importance to the shingle weaving craft, augur* well for tho future welfare, of the craft. It was remarked by several of the old timers, men who have attended nearly all of the conventions of the shingle weavers, how far advanced were the discussions and ideas brought forth over that of previous years. It was evident to everybody who listened to the de bate on numerous questions, th...

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. — 14 January 1910

i The Labor Journal. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Entered nt the Post Office in Everett. Washington, as second class Mail Mat ter. E. P. MARSH Editor. I. E. CAMPBELL Business Manager. Phones Sunset 148, Ind. CBIY. i Subscription SI.OO Per Year in Advance. Advertising Hates on Application. UNION DIRECTORY American Federation of Labor. Samuel Qompsro President. James Duncan First Vice President. John Mitchell Second Vice President. James O'Connel—Third Vice President. Mm Morris Fourth Vice President. Dennis A. Hnves—Fifth Vice President. Win. D. Huber Sixth Vice President, i Jos E. Valentine . Eighth Vice President. lohn B. Lennon — Treasurer. 1 Frank Morrison Secretary. Washington State Federation of Labor. President .-- C R. Case, Seattle. first Vice President Fred Hudson, Bellingham. Second Vice President..Thos. Maloney. Spokane. Third Vice President L. F. Clarke, Walla Walla. Fourth Vice President.-H. A. Livermore, Hoquiam. fifth Vice President W. J. Bradf...

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. — 14 January 1910

] The Labor Journal. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Entered nt the Post Office in Everett. Washington, a* second class Mail Mat ter. E. P. MARSH — Editor. F. E. CAMPBELL Business Manager. Phones Sunset 148, Ind. 081 Y. Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Hates on Application. UNION DIRECTORY American Federation of Labot. iMMMI QoCßpetS President. lames Duncan First Vice President. John Mitchell Second Vice Presi.lent. .lames O'Connel—Third Vice President. Max Morris Fourth Vice President. Dennis A. Haves—Fifth Vice President. Win. 1). Hube'r Sixth Vice President. Jos. E. Valentine. Eighth Vice President. John P.. Lemon Treasurer. Frank Morrison -r Secretary. Washington State Federation of Labor. President — & R- Caae < Seattle. First Vice President Fred Hudson, Bellingham. Second Vice President—Thos. Maloney. Spokane. third Vice President L. F. Clarke. Walla Walla. Fourth Vice President—H. A. Livermore, Hoquiam. Fifth Vice President W. J...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 14 January 1910

Friday. January 14, 1910. Riverside Market 2900 HEWITT AYE. Anyone Rending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention Is probably patentable. rommunlca lonastrlctlyconfldentlal. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn St Co. receive ptctal notice, without charge, tn the Scientific American* A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, ftt a year; four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co. 36,8r0 « dwa » New York Branch once. «!25 F St.. Washington. D. C AMERICAN DYE WORKS Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing. Largest and best equipped plant in the county. We call and deliver. 2821 WETMORE VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE DOUBLE YOUR MONEY on Lulu Island acreage. We have improved acreage at $275.00 per acre and unimproved at $250.00, in Vancouver, B. C. suburbs, one of the fastest-growing cities in the Northwest. E. ACKERLY, Local Agent UNION DIRECTORY...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 14 January 1910

Friday, January 14, 1910. Riverside Market 2900 HEWITT AYE AMERICAN DYE WORKS Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing. Largest and best equipped plant in the county. We call and deliver. 2821 WETMORE VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE E. ACKERLY, Local Agent UNION DIRECTORY Everett Trades Council meets every Wednesday night at Labor Temple, at Bp. m. President W. R. Stnmbugb. Secretary, R. F. Straka. Everett Building Trades Council meets every 2nd and 4h Tuesday at Labor Temple at Bp. 111. President E. A. Francois. 3730 Hoyt; Fin. Sec, Fred Cuffin, Z424 Broadway. Lathers' Local 77, L. I. O.; meets every Saturday at 8 p. m., at Labor Temple, in Hall No. 4. Jacob Michel, Pres., 3306 Colby; Elias Krishwick, Sec. 2717 Grand. Bridge & Structural Iron Workers' Union meets every Ist and 3rd Saturday in Hall No. 5. President, A. H. Herbst; Secretary, A. S. Bailiff, 1823 Wet more. Cooks, Waiters & Waitresses Union meet? first and third Mondays. £. E. Elliott, Pres.; F. G. Pollard, Secretary, 2121 Summit. S...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 14 January 1910

4 TRADES COUNCIL ROCEEDINGS Wednesday tVWinf** session ol the council was called tn older at 8 P- ■»< by President Stambaugli. with a fair attendnnco of delegates. The following new delegates present ed credentials and were obligated, and s.-nted: H. 0. Weinker, Electrical Work irs, No. 032; Jot* Watwwi and .7. 1' Moncur, of the Plsnabers, REPORTS BY UNIONS. (at pent BN Banquet anil social BM sion. Over 186 members present. Electrical Workers. No. ill Installed new set of officers. Shingle Weavers Lists—l to re poits from delegates to International convent ion. Laundry Workers-One initiation, one application. Elected officers. Delegate Roberts spoke at some length on the recent move on the part of mem bers of the city council to establish a municipal water system and Warmly commended the work of Councilman Philips in that connection. Motion prevailed that the council endorse the plan of having the city own and Operate its own water system and the secre tary was instructed to send...

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. — 14 January 1910

4 TRADES COUNCIL ROCEEDINGS Wednesday evening's session of the council was called to order at > P- m. by President Stnmbaugh. with a fair attendance ol delegates. The following new delegates present ed credentials nnd were obligated, nnd ; seated: H. C, Weinker, Electrical Work 1 era, No. MB] John Wateoa nnd .1. B Moneur, of the Plumbers. REPORTS BY UNIONS. Carpenters -Banquet and social ses sion. Over 150 member* present. Electrical Workers, No. 01 - Installed nea set of officers. Shingle Weavers Listened to re poits from delegates to International convent ion. Laundry Workers -One initiation, one Application. Elected officers. Delegate Roberts spoke at some length OB the recent move on the part of mem bers of the city council to establish a municipal water system and warmly commended the work of Councilinm Philips in that connection. Motion prevailed that the council endorse the plan of having the city own and operate its own water system nnd the seere tary was instructed to se...

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. — 21 January 1910

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to the merchant who solicits your patron- V age through these columns. vol. STATE LABOR FEDERATION ON THE GAIN Efforts Put Forth by Offi cers During Past Year Bring Fruit—Many New Organizations Join State Body. Ixteal delegates to the Washington State Federation of Labor convention, held in Hoquiam last week, unite in saying that it was the best gathering .of the federation ye| held. The reports of the president and secretary show that the efforts put forth during the past year have borne fruit beyond ex pectations in the way of new unions organized, affiliations and re-affilla tions with the state body and a re newed Interests in the aims and objects of organized labor throughout the state membership. Of the many notable adresses heard nt the convention, none aroused more interest than that delivered by Mr. John Z. White, of Chicago, on "Direct Legislation" and the ''Evils of the Writ: of Injunction." Air. White will be re membered by Everett c...

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. — 21 January 1910

2 The Labor Journal. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Entered at the Post Office in Everett, Washington, as second class Mail Mat ter. E. I. MARSH. Editor. J. E. CAMPBKJJ Business Manager. Phones Sunset 148, Ind. 081 Y. Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Pates on Application. UNION DIRECTORY American Federation of Labor. Samuel (iompers President. James Duncan First Vice President. John Mitchell Second Vice President. James O'ConneL.Third Vice President. Max Morris Fourth Vice President. Dennis A. Hayes Fifth Vice President. Win. D. Bttber Sixth Vice President. Jos. E. Valentine.Eighth Vice President. John B. Lsnnon Treasurer. Frank Morrison Secretary. Washington State Federation of Labor. President — C. R. Case, Seattle. First Vice President Fred Hudson, Hellingham. Second Vice President Thos. Maloney, Spokane. Third Vice President L. F. Clarke, Walla Walla. Fourth Vice President-.H. A. Livermore, Hoqukun. Fifth Vice President W. J. Bradford, T...

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. — 21 January 1910

Friday. January 21. 1910. Riverside Market 2900 HEWITT AYE. Trade Marks , Designs 'YTfH Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably patentable. Conimunlca :lons strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent* sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Muim A Co. receive iprciaf notice, without charge, In the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation of any sclentlßc journal. Terms. 13 a year: four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN&Co. 3618r0 « ~OT' 'New York Branch Office. R25 F at.. Washington. D. C. WE LEAD FOR GOOD WORK AMERICAN DYE WORKS Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing. Largest and best equipped plant in the county. We call and deliver. 2821 WETMORE VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE DOUBLE YOUR on Lulu Island acreage. We have improved acreage at $275.00 per acre and unimproved at $250.00, in Vancouver, B. C. suburbs, one of the fastest-growing cit...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 21 January 1910

4 PRESIDENT ELECTRIFIES GATHERING (Continued from page three.) attention to the affairs of our fellow unionists. If the workinmen could learn to realize that they are the real em ployers of labor; if they will in their every day life carry into effect their open professions, it will not be long be fore every man and woman working for wages will be a member of a trade union." The same principle is involved in the contest now going on in Spokane be tween the mayor nnd the organized In dust rial Workers of the World. While the latter are contending for rights against which a Spokane judge advises no constitutional ordinance can be prepared, i.e., the right of assembly and free speech upon the streets, yet they have been arrested by the hund reds, fined and sent to .Tail under a charge of disorderly conduct, when to an observing citizen about the only visible disorderly act was performed by the blue coat, who arrested them. A point in this fight with which some of yon may not be familia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 January 1910

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to the merchant who solicits your patron age through these columns. VOL. XX. m m "PRICE AND ■ I QUALITY COUNT" Always save money White & Hackett Complete Hotel and Homefurnishers 2807 ROCKEFELLER "Courteous Treatment and Your Moneys Worth." MURRAY'S SHOE STORE Union Made Shoes Huiskamp Bros. Shoes For Women and Children Ask For Brennan Shoes MURRAY'S SHOE STORE 1707 HEWITT AYE. UNION MADE Call for them Have You Tried the MUD! CIGAR It is an ideal UNION MADE cigar, as good as the name. UNION MADE Last Week of the January Clearance Sale Do not fail to take advantage of the many bargains offered at this sale. It is an opportunity to secure goods at little prices. Remember, this is the last week of sale. 9x12 Axminster Rugs, worth $28, January Sale Price $22.00 9x12 Brussel Rugs, January Sale Price $10.75 These are only a few of the hundreds of bargains offered. We have everything to furnish a home complete. Peterson Furniture Co. For the Whole ...

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