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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

I Figures On Bond Issue Interesting Data Gathered by Improvement Clubs for Enlightenment of Vo ters in Election Tuesday. With v view of placing before the public all facts obtainable bearing upon the bunding election soon to be held, the Central Itody of the federated ohtht ap points! a committee to make an Inves tigation and report on the legal phase. 01 the question. Idle following report which was pre pared by Judge Lolttftt and read before the Central Body a week ago our readers will nil agree is comprehensive and un biased and it will pay you to read it ovei several times between now and next Tuesday, "Tv tee Central Body of the Federated Improvement Chios: "Y"ur committee appointed t<> report upon the question of voting bonds June 18th text, for the purpose of taking Dp outstanding warrants, reports n- fol low -! 'Sec. 6 of An. 1. of i he < oust it ut ion of the State of Washington, provides: No county, city, town, school district, or other municipal corporation shall...

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

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to th-3 merchant who solicits your patron age through these columns. VOL. XXI. A Representation of Everett's Leading Financial, Manufacturing and Com mercial Enterprises The Farmer and Laborer THESE TWO CLASSES MUST UNITE ON THE POLITICAL FIELD FOR JUSTICE—THERE IS NO ALTERNA TIVE. By Hon. Chas. E. Cline. ■lust think of it. A certain prominent man, within the paat few weeks toM nic, and said it as though there could be no controversy over It, that there is nothing that the farmer has in common with tlie laborer. "That their interests were unlike. If not antagonistic." strange, isn't it, that in this year of grace and coronations there should be such crass ignorance among those who consider themselves the liorn leaders of men— the American "lords annointed." Both the farmer and the laborer have become class conscious: both know that their interests are very largely similar mid must be fought for and retailed by a combination or union of both. Bot...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

2 C. A. Hudson W. R. Booth COLBY BUILDING Hudson & Booth Timber Lands Logged Off Lands Real Estate, Insurance and Loans Phone Sunset roa. All Outside Rooms No Extra Charge for Bath Independent Telephone li4\ HOTEL MAJESTIC F. J. CANELL, Prop. Best Accommodations at Reasonable Rates —New Building and Furnishings 8924 S. ROCKF.FEI.LFR AYE. EVERETT, WASHINGTON Steam Cleaning, Dry Cleaning, Repairing, Altering PHONE FOR WAGON SUITS, SKIRTS AND JACKETS Cleaned and Pressed Mi.— Wamt^tntaWSt ... 50c and up .... LUCKEY'S B. KAYE, Prop. "If it's not right we will make it right." CAKES AYE. PHONES—SUN. 40S, IND. 846 George Knutsen Boots and Shoes Made to Order and Repaired ALL WORK FIRST CLASS ;1.->o-J EVERETT AYE., COR. SUMMIT EVERETT, WASH Goods called for and delivered. Al! work promptly nnd carefully done. "Best Service at Minimum Cost" The Gem Dye Works Expert Cleaners, Gents' ana Ladies' Garments, Fine Costumes, Draperies, Hugs. Furs, • • iv es, Hats, etc. Pressing Neatly Done. A...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

Friday, June 9. 1911. BANK OF COMMERCE. Among the leading financial institu tion* of Everett is the Bank of Com merce, which has ever retained the eon fidenee of the community ainoe it* or ganisation. It has proven a center of financial strength and on aid to the manufacturer, merchant and indivi dun] citizen. It has been notably a cnted of active accounts, those repre -■•ntative of manufacturing and coturner ill interests. The Hank of Commerce lias invariably been liberal in its policy, with just the proper element of con - rvatisin which the public appreciates in any institution with which they do fitisineaa daily. Few monetary institu tions have shown more progress and mure enterprise. The bank transacts a general banking business; loans on ap proved collaterals; buys and sells for < ign exchange: issues drafts and letters if credit and receives the accounts i,f •in pornt ions, firms and individuals. They llso maintain a savings department that enables the wage earner to depos...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

4 AUSTIN JEWELRY PLACE. The above gentleman conducts the at tractive jewelry -tore at 2004 Hewitt avenue. He has the most complete place in the citj for repairing, remodeling and manufacturing jewelry. He has started in here to Stay the rest of his natural life. His place is headquarters for Com munity silver, which i- the only silver guaranteed for 25 years. L. E. "DOC" SORENSUN. When you buy sandy, ice cream, fruits or cigars, one of the best - pla"cs in tin city to purchase them i» at "Doc" So renson s. at 2102 Hewitt, He always carries a large and selected stock of fine Phone Ind. 680 Rates by the Week Alexandra Hotel H. Bertilson, Prop. Cor Soron and Hewitt Avenues | Everett, Washington WE THANK YOU For your patronage today, and you may rest assured that we shall repay your confidence by doing everything within our power to make YOU an other if our PERFECTLY SATISFIED CUSTOMERS. B. (& M. Guaran tee Protecting You Should any article bought of us prove de- fective or unsatisf...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

Friday. June 9, 1911. 'Union Made PIANOS Sold only by Eilers Music House in this State The Piano, Organ and Musical Instrument Workers' Official Journal, published by ihe Piano. Organ and Musical Instrument Workers' International Union of America, in Chicago, of recent date credits Idlers Music Mouses with being the only piano dealers in the state of Washington handling Union Made Plan s. N nly that, hut with the exception of Hovcnden-Soulo Piano < .... in Portland. A. I. Tomer Co.. Sacramento, pal., Bturgis-Browning Music Co. ami P.. Plait .V Co.. in I/>s Angeles. Cal„ the House of Ellen is the only Piano concern in the Pacific toast States Carrying Union Made Pianos. The following arc extracts from a late issue of " The Piano, Organ and Musical Instrument Workers'' official journal: "In the list of Piano dealers in Union Label Pianos published in our official journal will be found for the first lime this month twenty-five stores of Eilcrs Music House. We desire to call your ...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

6 PADDOCK FEED CO. Labor is not slow to recognise its friends, and we are pleased that the above named concern has been placed in a prominent position among the friends of labor. Iv thi- issue it has been stated that every possible encouragement should be given to the reliable and con- ! scicntious business men who treat labor] in a considerate and fair manner, and no mistake will be made in giving every possible encouragement to a deserving institution. SUch as is maintained bj the' Paddock Feed Co. Our working men and ritisens should keep the name of this firm iv mind and encourage and foster this business at all times to the fullest extent possible. Our Annual Labor Re view would not be complete without the name of this firm, who are dealers in hay. flour, feed, grain, cereals and salt. Located at 2120 Hewitt avenue, in the first building west of Agnew Hardware Co. GEORGE ROSE, TAILOR. It is the purpose of this review to make our readers acquainted with those business houses that...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

June 9. 1911. A. ILEWIS. Here is a firm that we ran recommend to our readers without hesitation. There is no mistaking their stand in the labor union movemctnt. They are dealers iv all kinds of MS* and -second hand goods. This firm has shown the proper interest in labor's affairsand is entitled to a full share of the pattroimge of our members. Patrons are nhvirys. accorded courteous treatment and we are glad to give this first-class house mention in these col umns. Mr. Lewis is located at 1120 Hewitt aveiiTie. "Dr. Jacob Smith, Specialist, Kidney and Bladder. Toggery Bldg. 1505% Umbrellas All i»rices at FOLEY'S Umbrella Store 1714 Hewitt Avenue Broadway Sheet Metal Works C. H. CLIFTON, Propr. Heating, Ventilating and Roofing All Kinds of Repair Work. Estimates Promptly Furnished. Phone Ind. 26Y. 5037 Broadway EVERETT The Long and Short Of It We are still nt the old stand doing good PRINTING of all kinds at RIGHT PRICES. News Publishing Company Morrow Bldg, 2012 Rockefeller Phone 271...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

I You re Not Experimenting When You Buy at Barron's--We Are the Oldest and Largest Home Furnishers in Snohomish County Thousands of Pieces Merely Smoked Go at a Fraction of Their Real Value BIG FIRE AND CLEARANCE SALE of Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Drapery, Stoves, Beading, Etc., STARTS SATURDAY, JUNE 10, AT 8 O'CLOCK This Will Be the Greatest Price-Slashing Event the North west Has Ever Known BARRON FURNITURE CO. 2813-15-17-19 COLBY AVENUE ALLAN'S Co-operation means success and is the motto of organised labor, nnd there is no laore firm in thi> section of the country ■ore entitled to the support of organiz es 1 labor than the above enterprise. This eaacern arc dealers in all kind- of 1111 i>m made clothing shoes, etc.. and their out put 1- received t 1 h universal satisfac tion throughout Kverett. We heartily commend this enterprise, and urge ev en swineer to (1 ster their business at all times. Located at 3003 Hewitt aye. PROFIT SHARING GROCERY. ' is gt ie titem is noted f...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to the merchant who solicits your patron age through these columns. VOL. XXI. In the early fifties trappers explor ing the Snohomish river camped on the site of the present beautiful little city of Snohomish, Little did they dream probably that they were the forerunners of a flock of hardy pioneers who would cast their permanent fortunes in that location. Attracted by the natural en vironments settlers began arriving in the late fifties and locating in ever in creasing numbers, Situated just at the head of tidewater, bounded by lands rich in agricultural possibilities and thickly! forested tracts, it was the ideal spot for location. • Today it is the city of five thoiu and souls. It is thoroughly modern. Gas, electric lights, pavedi streets, modern business buildings. It is a city of beau tiful homes. The visitor to Snohomish is surprised and delighted after a walk through the residence district. Kach house is surrounded by fine old trees and sh...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

2 STANWOOD and Its Many Fertile Valleys STAR FURNITURE STORE. There are many concerns in Stanwood that have done much to advance the In terests id" the city iv their special line nnd one to which We wish especially to refer to is the above concern, who deal in furnture, suit cases, trunks, wail paper, stoves, ranges, etc. This firm is well known in this line as one that tarries first-class commodities at the most reasonable prices. Our readers find upon careful investigation that there i- no business house iv their line where they can get better satisfaction. This store was started two years ago, but Mr. J. E. Syre bought out Mr. Pet crson about a year ago. MONTANA LIVERY. Without doubt this j. one of the best livery firms in the city. Here you will find rubber tired rigs and carriages of every description which may be had at any hour of the day or night. The friendliest feeling exists between this fir mand its employes and we are glad; to give this concern our strongest en dorsemen...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

Friday, June 9, 191 I. GRANITE FALLS, A flourishing Inland City GRANITE FALLS. Granite Falls is located on the Everett ■& Monte Crlsto railroad, twenty miles east of Everett. No more delightful trip, either by automobile or by horse conveyance, is to be found in the county than from Everett to Granite Falls. A splendid road winds around Lake Stev ens and thence east past rich farms nnd through strips of verdant timber. It is a trip once taken to be oft repeated. Lakes and streams in the near vicinity Abound with the finny tribe and the county thereabouts is the mecca of the •disciples of the roil and line. Prosperous farms and fruit ran lies are numerous and one would be sur prised to learn of the rapid transition from heavy forest to cultivated field. The business interests of the town are centered in the Commercial club, which organization is always a booster for the development of home industries and the ■development of a civic pride. No city of 1,800 people takes more in ter...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

1 The Thriving City of MONROE in the Fertile Cherry Valley WHITE & NORDMARK. Another firm deserving special at tention i< White & Nordmark, proprie tor! of tin- up-to-date confectionary and fruit store. Tlii- firm has always shown the most friendly feeling and hearty co operation with organised labor, and we urge "Our members to patronize them whenever possible. They have been in business about two years and their pat ronage is glowing very fast. They have a pool room in connection and carry a line of sporting goods. MONROE MERCHANTILE CO. We hop.- that our members and readers will show a proper spirit and do everything to foster and pro mote the business of the above estab lishment. It i- according to our prim ary principles to give our undivided sup port and co-operation to concern- of this character, which have always shown a friendly feeling toward . ur organiza tions. Messrs. 1.. M. Saunders, presi dent and manger, an 1 J, 11. Campbell, secretary and treasurer are wa...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

Friday, June 9, 1911. MARYSVILLE, One of the Manufactunng Towns Five miles north of Everett lies the thrilling little city of Marysville with a' population of fifteen hundred inside tie-' city limits. There is no more beautiful spot for a townslte in Snohomish county, than this. Hounded on the cast, until' and west by growths of evergreens, on the south by the Snohomish river, it' presents a pretty picture to the eye. The townsite itself is as level as the proverbial barn floor. Lumber and shingles are the prevail' i ing industries. Two logging railroads' terminate there and have booming fa cilities on the liver while great booms of shingle bolts and logs are brought down the river itself and in from the sound. The land adjacent to Marysville is es pecially adapted to the raising of small fruit and many small berry farms will take the place of tbe stumps. One would be surprised now could they sec the fruit that is grown in and around the town but still more surprised a few. years he...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

(. ARLINGTON, the Thriving North End Metropolis No town in Snohomish county hns had a more steady, healtln growth than Arlington, situated at the c nflnen'e of the north and south forks .f the v till aguamlsh river. In ls.m it was n -Hag gling settlement of 50 people: today it has a population of over i,COO and is still steadily growing. It has its own water and light system, several saw and shingle mills with s payroll of $30,000 per month, and a mod ern, well equipped creamery thai pro duce- daily eight nun Ired i oun Is ot but ter. The Northern Pacific railroad fur nishes rail communication with tin- out side world and the Darlington road, which branches out from there, taps a rich body of timber. Along this branch are several saw nnd shingle mill-, all , t which me tributary to Arlington and help to make the city's prosperity. Arlington is happily situ.iti d in re gards to good road-, as Well graveled highways reach to all parts of the coun ty- One of the first things prospectiv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

Friday. June 9, 191 I. SULTAN, Noted for Its Many Resources Sultan is a town of nearly a thou sand population abort twenty miles east of Everett on the main line of the Great Northern railway, l ying at the foot of the Cascade range of mountains, jt pre sents a view of grandeur unexcelled in the northwest. Tourists who have trav eled extensively over this country and Europe unite in saying that no moun tain scenery cxcolls the ( a-cade- tor variety and beauty of scenery. Sultan, nearly sourroundod by a chain ol pic turesque mountains, presents a beautiful picture to the eye. Valuable mining properties lie very near to Sultan and only t lie lack of transportation facilities has prevented .arly development. With the building of railway lines the .mineral, timber ami agricultural lands adjacent will be fast opened up and will pour a golden treas ure into the city of Sultan. Nature, in the vicinity of Sultan, lias been profligate in the matter of timber and several mills and logging cam...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 9 June 1911

8 EDMONDS, THE CITY OF INDUSTRY Half way between Kverett and Be attle on the <•. N. coast line lies the city of Edmonds, There is no more beautiful scenic point in the great Pugel Sound region. Forests of fir an I cedar lie on three sides while to the west stretch the majestic waters of the strait- of San Juan de Fuca. The Olympil mountains at this point seem hut a step ami in deed, mountain- and water seem to blend in one. Fast rail and water connection- lender Edmonds hut a step from Kverett ami trolley connections with all important Puget So. ud cities are in the immediate future. The citizens of Kilmonds have been alive to the advantages of an untrain meleil water front and valuable sites have been retained by the city. The pay roll of the city fr un its lum ber and -hingle industries amounts to $18,000 a month, there being fifteen wood-working industries in the city. Local capital has constructed a tele phone system at a c ist of $6,000. A gravity water system providing pure...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 June 1911

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to the merchant who solicits your patron age through these columns. VOL. "XI. BETTER CLOTHES Bachelder Agents—"Headlight Work Clothes" and "Great Western Gloves" 1711 Hewitt Avenue The Same Reliable Line of Shoes But in a new and better place to do business. Our new store was errected by Union Labor and all our fixtures were Made in Everett. The money you spend with us stays in town. Riley-Cooley Shoe Co. 1712 Hewitt Aye. CALL FOR THE HAFERKORN SEAL SOUDAN SECOND Union Made by Haferkorn Cigar Co. White Goods Priced Exceeding ly Low for the June Sale India Linons, worth regular 12 l-2c; June sale 9C India Linons, worth regular 18c; June sale l zV» c India Linons, worth regular 25c; June sale >9C India Linons, worth regular '35c; June sale *5 C Persian Lawns, worth regular 30c; June sale aac Persian Lawns, 40 inches wide, worth regular 35c; June sale »SC Linen Finished White Suitings and Piques, in stripes, checks and figures; worth regular 29c...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 June 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 Editor. 1. E. CAMPBELL Business Manager. Phones Sunset 148; Ind. 115 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. Dennis A. Hayes, Fourth Vios President. Wm. D. Hubsr,..Fifth Vies President. Jos. K. Vaisntlns.-Slxth Vies President. John R, Alpine, o*T*nth Vice Presidsnt. H. B. Perham, ..Eighth Vies President. John B. Lennon — Treasurer. Frank Morrison Secretary. Washington State Federation of Labor. President C. R. Case, Seattle. First Vice President Fred Hudson, Bellingham. Second Vice President—Wm. J. Coates Spokane. Third Vice President L. F. Clarke, Walla Walla. Fourth Vice President--H. A. Livermore Abe...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 16 June 1911

Friday June 16, 1911. LOCAL NOTES The boy of twenty deems his love affairs "events"; the man of thirty terms them "episodes." Dr. Jacob Smith. Specialist. Blood and Skin, Toggery Bldg., 1506% Hewitt. "Mine Host" Moncitr of the Hotel Pearsall at Monroe visited with the plumbers at their meeting Monday evening. Maulsby & Sons, new Undertakers, corner Wall and Wetmore. Private am bulance service. Phone 809. The unions have received invitations from the Brotherhood of Owls to par ticipate in the Fourth of July parade. While they all appreciate the invita tion, it is probable that the majority of the hoys will on that occasion pre fer to parade with the fraternal orders, to some one of which nearly every one belongs. Dr. Jacob Smith, Specialist, Kidney and Bladder, Toggery Bldg., 1505'/;, Hew itt. The Ladies' Label League is planning to introduce a short musical program as a feature at every Monday night meeting. Come out, friend, and bring your neighbor with you. You ought to belong...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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