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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 12 May 1911

4 Good Land Cheap Five-acre traits about one half mile south of Silver Take. Good roads. Pries $100 an acres. Tenuis $r>.oo an acre cash and $3.00 an acre per month. This is exceptionally fine property. Tracts vary in size: some n little more and some n little less than "> ncres. Make arrangement | to go with us and look this over. DANIEL f\. DURYEE Both Phones lot) Will Investigate ! P. 0. Department Washington, May 11.—A resolution! has been introduced in the House of Representatives and lias already reached the calendar, authorizing the committee on postoffioea and postroadi to institute and carry forward an in vestigation into the conduct and ad ministratoon of the affairs of the Post office Department, and of the service under and in connection with the same, in order to ascertain whet her abuses exist, either in the department or in the service. According to the rosolu tion the committee will also be empow-! ered to inquire as to the time devoted, by the postmasters of 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. — 19 May 1911

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to the merchant who solicits your patron age through these columns. VOL. XXI. BETTER CLOTHES Bachelder Agents—"Headlight Work Clothes" and "Great Western Gloves" 1711 Hewitt Avenue It's Dp to You If you are going to take advantage of the. extremely low prices on Footwear at— Our Removal Sale We WOW very soon and bhe sale Will 1.0 over. Now is the time to save a day's wages by supplying the shoe wants ot yourselt and family. Riley-Cooley Shoe Company, Successors to G. R. Murray, 1707 Hewitt, Everett, Wash. CALL F"OR THE HAFERKORN SEAL SOUDAN SECOND Union Haferkorn Cipr Co. YOU BET YOUR LIFE WE MEAN BUSINESS be Closed Out Jesdahi-E So'fnen Co. SHIS-IB COLBY AVBNTJI We Sell Them & Corneil We Show the Label and 5c Cigars Made by THE We Must Quit on Colby Entire Stock to INCORPORATED THE LABOR JOURNAL NEXT TO BARRONS THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE EVERETT TRADES COUNCIL Devoted to the Interest MONEY FOR THE SURVEY IS VIRTUALLY ASSURED BY MAYOR HARTLEY...

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. — 19 May 1911

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. P. MARSH Editor. J. E. CAMPBELL Business Manager. Phones Sunset 148; Ind. 115 Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. UNION DlrtXiu *»,.._ American Federation of Labor. Samuel Gorupers President. James Duncan First Vice l'resident John Mitchell Second Vice President James O'Connel Third Vice President Dennis A. Hayes, Fourth Vice President. Wm. D. Huber...Fifth Vice President. Jos. & Valentine. Sixth Vice President. John R, Alpine, Seventh Vice President. H. B. Perham, ..Eighth Vice President. John B. Lennon Treasurer Frank Morrison Secretary Seattle. First Vice President Fred Hudson, Bellingham. Second Vice President Wm. J. Coates Spokane. Third Vice President L. F. Clarke, Walla Walla. Fourth Vies President-_ll. A. Livcrmore Aberdeen. Fifth Vice President P. J. Mulligan, Cle Eluin. Sixth Vice President T. H. Bolton Seatt...

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. — 19 May 1911

May 19 ,191 I. LOCAL NOTES Mr. and Mrs. .T. B. Ilibbert, both prom inent, in union circles in the city, nre comfortably settled in their beautiful new home at 1702 Baker. Keystone Overalls, Black Bear Over alls, Brotherhood Gloves, at the Boston Clothing Co. Get the habit, of eating at the Bis mark Cafe. ISIS Hewitt, formerly the Virginia. "Dr. Jacob Smith, Specialist, Blood and Skin, Toggery Bldg., 1605 V, Hewitt." Merchants lunch, 2o cents. Bismark Cafe, 1816 Hewitt. Formerly the Vir ginia. Maulsby 4. Sorts. New Undertakers, corner Wall and Wetmore. Private ambulance service. Phone 860. The lumber market is in such n con dition thut curtailment of the output is planned. That means workmen thrown out of work. Don't we need any moie buildings in this big country of ours? Lots of them. Then our purchasing power has been sadly reduced or some body has juggled with the prices. Thou sands of people want our lumber but they can't afford to buy it. Mother Nature lias given us a wealth of ...

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. — 19 May 1911

4 f Good Land Cheap Five-acre tracti abonl una-half mile ~<«ui ii of Silver Lake, Goad roads. Price $mhi an acre*. Term $5.00 an acre rash ami 13.00 an acre per month, 'this is exceptionally fine property. Tracts vary in size; hqmu m little more and some a little less than ."> aorea. Make arrangements- to go with us and look this over. DANIEL f\. DURYEE Both Phones 100 MERCHANT IS PeEViSH (Continued from Page one.) they let go two months before the law been me opera! ive'.' The' argument of individual rights i far fetched. No one ha- the right to do what one pleases if the- exercise of that right injures cithers. Society is based on that principle and it is the Founda tion of law. As eminent an authority as the supreme court of the United Mates has held tl iglit hour workday lor women to be COttaitutional and sound and based its decision on the necessity of guaranteeing posterity its human rights through the moral and physical well being of the mothers of the race. \\ hat beco...

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 May 1911

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to the merchant who solicits your patron age through these columns. VOL. XXI. BETTER CLOTHES Bachelder Agents—"Headlight Work Clothes" and "Great Western Gloves" 1711 Hewitt Avenue We Show the Label It's Up to You If you are going u > take adV&ntaga of tne extremely low pries on footwear at - ... Our Removal Sale We move very sunn and tbe Rate whj be over. Now is the time to save a day's wages by iUjndying the slice wants ol yoursell and family. Riley-Cooley Shoe Company, Successors to G. R. Murray, 1707 Hewitt, Everett, Wash. CALL ROR THE HAFERKORN SEAL SOUDAN SECOND Union Made by Haferkorn Cipr Co. YOU BET YOUR LIFE WE MEAN BUSINESS Jesdahl-Holmen Co. 2813-18 COLBY AVENUE We Sell Them & Corneil and 5c Cigars THE We Must Quit on Colby Entire Stock to be Closed Out INCORPORATED. THE LABOR JOURNAL NEXT TO BARSONS THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE EVERETT TRADES COUNCIL Devoted to the Interest The Ladies Entertain LABEL LEAGUE HOLDS SOCIAL SES ...

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 May 1911

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. K. P. MARSH Kditor. J. E. CAMPBEIJ Business Manager. Phone* Sunset 148; I mi. 115 Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Rate* on Application. UNION DIRECTORY Ameucan Fedeiation of Labor. Samuel Compera President. James Duncan First Vice President. John Mitchell Second Vice President. James O'Connel.-Third Vice l'resident. Dennis A. Hayes, Fourth Vice President. Wm. D. Huber,—Fifth Vice President. Jos. E. Valentine. Sixth Vice President. John R, Alpine, Seventh Vice President. H. B. Perham, ..Eighth Vice President. Jtohn B. Lennon Treasurer. Frank Morrison Secretary. Washington State Federation of Labor. President C. R. Case, First Vice President Fred Hudson, Hellingham. Becond Vice President—Wm. J. Coates Spokane. Third Vice President L. K. Clarke, Walla Walla. Fourth Vice President H, A. Li Termors Fifth Vice Presi...

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 May 1911

May 26. 1911. LOCAL MOTES You haven't bought a Blue < ross hut ton yet V Why not 1 Don't you believe in union labeled products! Everything for union men at the Bos ton tllotMng Co. The electricians are shamelessly boast ing that no other union hi the city has H look-in when it comes to Labor Day floats and in their mind's eye have t lie First prize for floats securely laid away. It is up to some other union to upset their catnculations. Maulsby A Sons. New Undertakers, corner Wall and Wetmore. Privat* ambulance service. Phone 800. If a few union nun in* the city felt their ears burning last Friday night they were being talked about. The 'electrical workers were reporting the result of their investigations as to Who, were burn ing scab electric juice. Fishig tackle, baseball and sporting goods at Arthur Baily's Hardware and Sporting Goods' store st lfilO Hewittt. President ( use of the State (federation of Labor and Seventh V ice President Campbell go to Monroe Sunday lo look over...

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 May 1911

4 Good Land Cheap Five-acre tracts about one half mile south of silver l ake, r.nod roads Price *iihi v acres, Terms 15.00 m acre cash and •W.ihi an acre per month, Thi* is exceptionally fine property, rracti vary in size; some a little more and some a little less than Ii acres. Make arrangements to go wit h us and look t his over. DANIEL pi. DURYEE Both Phones 109 THE FEDERAL COMMISSION STARTS INVESTIGATION OF WORK MEN'S COMPENSATION AND EM PLOYERS LIABILITY. Washington, May 26. The commission that has been appointed tp investigate workmeu's compensation ami employers' liability held it« Orel public bearing <>" May 10. Tlie members ol the commis sion present were Senators Sutherland and Chamberlain and Congressman Reu ben 0. Moon rhe commission nn nottnccd that the legal phases concern- Hig constitutional requirements and limi tations would be preferably discussed. Mr. Thorn, general counsel for the South ern railway, reported in behalf of twen ty-one railroad attorneys, who ...

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 June 1911

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to the merchant who solicits your patron age through these columns. VOL. XXI. Boosting the Label WOMEN'S UNION LABEL LEAGUE IS BECOMING AN ACTIVE FACTOR IN UNION CIRCLES. A short business session of the League was held Monday evening. Nine new members were initiated and several applications received. A telegram was read from Mrs. Rose B. Moore, relative to the proposed organ ization work. Much to the disappoint ment of the League, Mrs. More has been compelled to postpone the time of her coming to Everett. Tbe strike of the laundry workers in Spokane is at a critical stage and much of the responsi bility of that struggle rests on Mrs. Moore's shoulders. Mrs. Moore is doing splendid work among the girl strikers and it is greatly due to her untiring ef forts that the girls are holding together in the splendid manner they are. She expresses her willingness to come to Ev erett at a later date. A committee had been appointed by the Central Body to mak...

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 June 1911

2 The Labor Journal. PUBLISHED EVERY 11U RSDAY Labor Tempi*. Everett, Waah. Washington State Federation of Labor President — C. R. Case Seattle. First Vice President Fred Hudson Bellingham. Second Vice President-.Wm. J. Coatei Spokane. Third Vice President I* F. Clsrke. Walls Walla. Fourth Vice President H A. Live more Aberdeen. Fifth Vice President P. J. Mulligan. Cle Elum. Sixth Vice President T. H. Bolton Seattle. Seventh Vice President.-J. E. Campbell. Everett. Bsc. Treaa Charles Perry Taylor Box lss. T a com a i OTganiaer —C O. Young Everett. Everett Trades Council. Entered at the Post Office in Everett. Washington, an aeomd rlaj»s Mail Mat ter. C P. MARSH -- Editor. I. E. CAMPBEIJ BnsBMM Manager. Phones 6 ,:>»et 14H; Ind. 115 Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising P-atcs on Appli. afon. UNION DIRECTORY American Federation of Labor. Samuel Gornpers President. James Duncan First Vice President. John Mitchell Second Viea President. James O'Connel.- third Vice Pres...

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 June 1911

June 2. 1911. LOCAL MOTES — ~« — 1 The printers have changed their meeting time to tho last Monday in each month instead of the last Sunday, the change to be effective until next fall. The new officers were installed at the meet ing Monday afternoon. The firemen did splendid work on the Barron building Tuesday evening. The smoke and flames that rolled out of the upper windows gave every indica tion of a fierce fire but was gotten under control in quick time. Every available lineman was sent to Snohomish Tuesday by the two tele phone companies as a result of the dis astrous fire that swept the business section. We lead, other follows. American Dye Works. Phone 248. Many of the boys attended the social ist meeting in Moose Hall, Monday even ing and were all carried away by the logic and eloquence of Ben F. Wilson. Kangley Clothing Co. arc carrying a full line of union made neckties. Some one has made a statement that the un ion labels on these neckties arc spurious. The labels are abs...

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 June 1911

4 Tne Value of Time LOCAL OFFICE OF THE I. C. S.: 2916 COLBY AVENUE, Everett COURT DECISIONS. Defeat Elementary Justice and Common Sense. INVITE THE POPULAR WRATH Rulings Like That on the No* York Compensation Act Engend;- Only Disrespect and Disloyalty U Courts and Constitutions. The New York court of appeals has decided In its wisdom Hint the legisla ture cannot enact ■ law which insures compensation to employees injured in rhe course of their work and to the families Of those who arc killed. The utmost that cstn be done is to sweep away some of tlie judge made de fenses Deb find which employers have shielded themselves in damage suits. These defenses have indeed beet) strong to defeat elementary justice and common sense. The fellow serv ant doctrine, the doctrine of contrib utory negligence and the doctrine of assumption of risk, we are told, lie within the power of the legislature. • * » We now learn that when the lawmakers open their eyes, when their minds are stirred oat of th...

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 June 1911

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to the '"Tenant who solicits your patron |\ through these columns. VOL. XXI. Review of Year's Work Grand Master of State Grange Gives Compre hensive Report of Work Accomplished — Farm er's Organization Has Made Rapid Strides. The Twenty-third annual session ol the Washington State Grange is being lii'ld in Snohomish this week and bids fair t<> be the most memorable one the Grange has yet held. Many delegate* are in attendance and the s/ssions are full of Interest to those present. One of the powerful figures at this, session is (I rand Master Kegley. Under his leadership the State Grange ba tnade rapid advancement both in point of number and influence- He is a broad panged man: a man of force and action;, a man who believes that the fanner's life is not hounded by the geographical boun daries of ais farm. Portions of his annual report to the State Grange session this week are giv en below. Lack of space precludes print ing in its entirety....

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 June 1911

A Representation of Everett's Leading Financial, Manufacturing and Com mercial Enterprises BICYCLE TREE NEAR SNOHOMISH. SOUTH PARK GROCERY. Special attention is called to the above firm, located at 4UJ3 Colby avenue. Here you will find courteous treatment and an excellent stock to select from, and we arc pleased to note that a liberal patronage is counted among the families of our members. A full line of staple and fancy groceries always on hand. Everything fresh and clean, l'rcy & Co. are proprietors of the above firm and a member of organized labor represents the company, so don't forget this firm CITY PARK GROCERY. Wm. Coughlin. Prop. This firm is well known to our read ers, and its patronage is ever on the increase, because of the excellent goods and courteous service that are always to be had there. They are located at '24:!'-* Oakes avenue and carry a full line of groceries, both fancy and staple, and they are well prepared to meet your wants in that line. GOLDTHORF SHOE C...

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 June 1911

Friday, June 9, 1911. ROBBINS TRANSFER CO. The above well known transfer com pany is one of the largest of its kind un the city. Mr. Bobbins started in business in 18!)1 and by honest methods has built up a patronage of which he is pround. They have the only absolutely fire-proof storage warehouse iv Everett. They have hacks, livery busses and am bulances, which you can get day or night by calling up 371. WILCOX GROCERY CO. Here is a firm that leads In the retail grocery trade. For their groceries cad meats we advise our readers to call at this excellent establishment, located at 3101 Broadway. Mr. Wilcox has the reputation of selling the very best sup plies offered in Everett at reasonable prices. He has shown the proper inter est in labor affairs and is entitled to a full share of the patronage of our members and their friends. We have noted his success with more than usual pleasure, and hope to see his business continue to prosper and expand. Both phones 221. WESTBERG GROCERY. Th...

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 June 1911

4 The Labor Journal. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Labor Temple. Everett. Wash. Entered at the Post Office in Everett, Washington, as second clans Mail Mat ter. K. P. MARSH Editor. J. K. CAMPBELL. - Business Manager. Phonea Sunset 148; Ind. 115 Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Hates on Application UNION DIRECTORY American Federation of Labor. Samuel 'Jumpers President. James Duncan First Vice President. John Mitchell Second Vice President. James O'Connel..Third Vice President. Dennis A. Haves, Fourth Vice President. Win. D. Huber...Fifth Vice President. Jos. E. Valentine..Sixth Vice President. John R, Alpine, Seventh Vice President. H. B. Perbam, Eighth Vice President. John B. l>ennon Treasurer. Frank Morrison Secretary. Washington State Fedeiation of Labor, President ('. R. Case Seattle. First Vice President Fred Hudson Belttngbam. Second Vice President._W'm. J. Coatei Spokane. Third Vice President L. F. Clarke Walla Walla. Fourth Vice President_ _H. A. Llvermorc A...

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. — 9 June 1911

Friday. June 9, 1911. Review of Year's Work (Continued from Page One.) her, when the National firnnge meets in regular session. » * • RECIPROCITY AND THE TARIFF. Since we met last the sinister and tin fair nature of the tariff, so far as it affects the farmer, has been revealed by the move on the part of the Taft admin istration to negotiate a reciprocity treaty with Canada which in effect plac es all farmers' products on the free list, while leaving a heavy duty on all the farmer has to buy. This is neither honest reciprocity nor fair free trade. It is simply a demand on tlie fanner to sell all that he produces in competition with the world ..ml pay the high tariff monopoly prices on all he has to buy. We have previously protested against this unjust treatment, and having been forced to become free traders in all we sell whether We would or not. I recom mend that you go on and record at this meeting as in favor of giving the mon opolistic manufacturers a full measure of the same me...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

Geo. W. Adamson —Thos. A. Stiger Adamson In vest me st Co. Dealers Real Estate and TtlntM - Land Room' 7-8-9, Walsh Building Evert tt Wash. Loans, Investment \ ••■•age, In surance, Business Chances Powers Investment Co. REAL ESTATE •JKIO Colby Aye. Everett, Wash. Phones 168 Norton Aye., Everett. Wn. Phone, Ind. TT^V The Lincoln Hotel W. E. Strycker, Prop. Rates—2sc. 50c and 75c Per Day Special Bates by the Week Everett, Wash. Katherine Marion . Mrs. A. H. Callahan WETMORE HOTEL Transcent House ROOMS BY DAY OR WEEK Phone Ind. 478Y 2822; j Wetmore Aye. We Are Nicely Located at 2823 Colby Aye. Where we will be glad to have you call and inspect our facilities for doing pmmpt and correct watch and jewelry work. A first class optician always on hand. Eventking .''i:iranteed. H. N. Skiuiier Tbe Optical Jeweler 2823 Colb} Aye. EVLRE TT, - - VASH. A Talk on Eyes T>on'' trample os your eyesight. Use it r.n lull;, preserve it. It is the most precious i : your possessions. If im psired at al...

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. — 9 June 1911

Friday, June 9, 1911. t Kangley's Great Clothing Sale at 1816 Hewitt Avenue Is Drawing Crowds Daily We would like to have the pleas ure of showing you through our stock wjhelther you come to buy or not. We have thous ands of rare bar gains here await ing your inspec- Come in this week and convince your self. We don't ask jyou to take Our word for it, but we know you will thank ful that you call ed on us. We quote a few of our specials be low: You can now buy those Union Label ties at 35c or 3 for $1.00. B. V. D. Under wear 30c gar. Varsity guaran teed hose 2 pair 25 cants. Union Made ribbed underw'r 29c garment. Union Made working gloves one-fourth off. Union Made work shirts 39c Plenty of Extra Help to Wait on You. Kangley's 1816 Hewitt FRANK W. KIRSH. The above gentleman is a first-ehi — tinner and sheet metal worker and is located at gSti4 t 'olby avenue. He man ufactures and erects cornices, roofing, steed ceilings, etc.. etc. The above out it a German patented imported ventila-...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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