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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 7 June 1912

2 The Labor Journal Entered at tlie postoffice in Everett, Washington, as second class mail matter. E. P. MARSH - - - _ Editor J. E. CAMPBELL Business Manager Phones—Sunset 148, Ind. 115 Subscription 11.00 Per Year in Advance. Advertising Rates on Application. Officers Everett Trades Council. Wendell L. Williston- - President D. D. Chisholm Vice-President M. T. Alliman __ — Secretary E. J. Edney Treasurer Thomas Gooley Sergeant at-Arms Mayor Ferguson of Hoquiam is painfully conscious of tlie fact thai (here i* a recall provision in the city charter, having been re turned to private life by tho unfeeling voters of the Harbor city. We confess to a feeling that tho aforesaid v. v. (unfeeling voters) have made a sad mistake in their preference and that they will live to relet their action, but that is their business, not ours. The elec tion, despite tlie serious issues involved, had its humorous side. The Key. Harry Ferguson, according to press reports, preached a sermon in Aberdeen sho...

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 June 1912

Friday, -Tune 7. 1912. Another Shipment "Wear-Ever" Aluminum Ware Window Screens and Screen Doors A Summer Necessity Fly time is everyone's time to protect one's health and property from this summer pest. Window screens and screen doors will help. Our complete lines reveal values most extra ordinary—till lines complete. Strong frames, extra grade wire netting, in black with either natural varnished wood or stained—plain and fancy frames. EXTENSION SCREENS 21c TO 33c These come, in 9, 12, 15 and 18-inch heights. Closed they measure 20 inches and extend to 33 incites. Strong, hardwood frames. Headquarters for Picnic and Camping Utensils, Etc. Unusual Suit and Dress Bargains Now in Force The Grand Leader CORNER HEWITT AND COLBY Flags and Bunting for Flag Day—June 14 NORTHERN TRANSFER CO. Office and Storage Warehouse Across from Great Northern Freight Depot Sunset 191, Ind. 292 PAID A I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of Commissioner of Finance, subject to the elec...

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 June 1912

4 Make Another Private Room "The Mo»t Comfortable PUc« in tbe Home." PORCH SHADES are well said to make an ad dition to one's house because they make the porch a living room by day and a sleeping room by night. With Vadoi Shades your porch will always be cool, shady and secluded, because they shut out the dust, glare and gase of pas sers-by, without obstructing the free circulation of air. Vudor Porch Shades retain their shape and app< a ranee for j cars, unbreakable' wood, bound with the strongest twine in the world. Your porch can probably be shaded at a cost of from $360 to $10.00. Let us shon you the very colors to match it. Barron Furniture Co. 2813-15-17-19 Colby Bicycles and motorcycles sold on in stallments. Bicycle and motorcycle tires. 1 lamps, bells, sundries and repairing. If your wheel needs repairing, we call and, get bike and deliver the same when it is repaired. At Arthur Baily's Sporting Goods and Hardware Store. WAITERS' CONFECTIONERY Try Oiii Ss'ted Peanuts and...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 14 June 1912

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to the merchant who solicits your patron age through these columns. Vol. XXII. The New Summer Suits Most Pleasing To Every Man If you are thinking of new clothes, it will pay you to re member that our lines of — Union Made Suits are the best of them all—and bear in mind that this store is the place you should come for the next suit, as we are showing the finest ready-to-wear garments in the world for men. Their superiority has been demonstrated through years of excellence. They fit—they wear—they satisfy. Prices $15 up to $35 Everything New in Straw and Panama Hats THE BRODECK CO. 1701-3 HEWITT AYE., CORNER WETMORE Always Ask for S. & H. Green Trading Stamp 3 Adhering Strictly to safe, conservative and well tried banking principles, this bank is one of the most reliable institutions in the country. While it does not aspire to the greatest magnitude, its management encourages new business, and its officers will gladly confer with those who de...

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 June 1912

Page Two The Labor Jo urnal PUBLISHED EVERY ERIDAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Entered at the postoffice in Everett, Washington, as second class mail matter. E. P. MARSH. Editor J. E. CAMPBELL - — Business Manager Phones —Sunset 148, Ind. 115 subscription $1.00 Per Yesr in Advance. Advertising ltatoß on Application. Officers Everett Trades Council. Wendell L. Williston - President D. D. Cbisboim Vice-President M. T. Alliman - Secretary E. J. Edney — Treasurer Thomas Qooley — Sergeant at Arms Political campaigns develop peculiar situations, sonic ol them some wholly humorous. A man may live a life of blameless rectitude, holding an honored place in society and generally respected. He may have glaring faults and commit indiscretions, but in either case the community in which he lives pays very little attention to him so long as he pays his debts, minds his own business and lives within the law. But let him announce himself a candidate for public office and how quickly things change. ...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 14 June 1912

Friday, June 14, 1012. QurGreat Bargain Basement REVEALS THE GREATEST VALUES IN Summer Household Needs Picnic and Camping Necessities Screen Doors, all sizes, walnut and natural finish 74c up Extension Window Screens, heights 9, 12, 15, 18 and 21 inches 21c to 33c White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers in 2-4-6-8 quart size 3 Paper Napkins, Paper Plates, Sanitary Cups Sandwich Papers —Aluminum Spoons, etc. Picnic Baskets in great variety of styles Blue Flame, Odorless Oil Stoves—Two sizes Sanitary, heavy galvanized Garbage Cans Buy your WEAR-EVER ALUMINUM WARE HERE Our Stock Is Most Complete Headquarters for June Bride Gifts in Cut Glass The Grand Leader CORNER HEWITT AND COLBY July Designers and Fashion Sheets Ready NORTHERN TRANSFER CO. Office and Storage Warehouse Across from Great Northern Freight Depot * Sunset 191, lad. 292 PAID ADVERTISING. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of Commissioner of Finance, subject to the election of June 18. T. E. SKAGGS. Paid Adv...

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 June 1912

Pfcgfl Four MAYOR HASSELL OUTLINES ISSUES HE CONSIDERS PARAMOUNT. Kditor Labor Journal: I have a little foiling that I deserve a line of endorsement in your columns. This not because I have redeemed my pro mite of last fall, made to union labor, although 1 believe no one can question that, but because of the issues that are at stake and to which 1 am devoted. The banks and the contractors are vig orously opposing my candidacy. There is a reason for this. They know they will receive a square deal v.i'iti every one else, in ease I am elected, but they have special interests which arc against the interests of the people in general. For instance, city work by day labor has been inaugurated under my admin istration. Most property owners and most of the laboring people believe this method of making public improvement! should be thoroughly tried out. So far we have made a luosesa of it. 1 believe s --■'•'4 bgj ■ i^L^L^B^Lfl STARTS jTIi )S iliat under this method large savings can 1)0 made ...

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 June 1912

THE LABOR JOURNAL Mention the Journal to the merchant who solicits your patron age through these columns. Vol. XXII. That Satisfied Clothes Feeling Is Here Perfect fitting—stay-in-shape clothes of the leading tailors from the Eastern cloth centers, have made this establishment the confidence •lothes corner of Everett. Our Union Made clothes for Boys and Men are unsurpassed. MEN'S SUITS $15.00 TO $35.00 BOY'S SUITS $3.50 TO $13.50. Complete lines Mechanics apparel—all prices. INDIAN PLAY SUITS FOR BOYS, $1.00 UP. THE BRODECK CO. 1701-3 HEWITT AYE., CORNER WETMORE Complete Summer stock of Panama and Straw Hats. June White Sale Linen Coats and Suits $9.98 values up to $7.50 ...now on sale at... jmi= A sale extraordinary, and right in season, too. The suits are all good styles, made of cotton poplin and repp—trimmed or palm. Come in pink, white, tan, blue, etc. Medium length coats, plain skirts and tailored collars. Worth up to $7.50 The long coats are of natural colored linen and tan 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 June 1912

Page Two The Labor Journal PUBLISHED EVEKY FBI DAY Labor Temple, Everett, Wash. Entered at the postoffice in Everett, Washington, as second ciass mail matter. E. P. MARSH Editor | J. E CAMPBELL - .Business Manager Phones —Sunset 148, Ind. 115 Subscription $1.00 Per Ycsr in Advance. Advertising Bates on Application. Officers Everett Trades Council. Wendell L. Williston. - - ...President D D. Chisholm— _.Vice President M. T. Alliman - Secretary E J. Edney Treasurer 1 nomas Gooley Srrgesnt at-Arms Last month, when the newspapers flashed to the world that Capt. Scott. of England, had also reached the Smith Pole, the graphic story he wrote of the adventures of himself And his party in the quest of the Pole was contradicted for publication in the New York Times and its allied newspaper clientele throughout the country. Informa tion reached the office of the Times that the Hearst New Aork American had obtained a copy of Captain Scott's story and proposed to miblish it on the same morning a...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 21 June 1912

Friday, June 21, 1912. Royal Worcester *IS Model The Grand Leader CORNER HEWITT AND COLBY Parasols —Silk Gloves —Crocheted Hand Bags, Etc. NORTHERN TRANSFER CO. Office and Storage Warehouse Across from Great Northern Freight Depot Sunset igi, Ind. sga CONSULT Ug ABOUT YOUK BY! TROUBLE We don't presoribe glasses unless you need them. We make our own glaaaas and sail them at moderate seat, and guarantee them. EVERETT OPTICAL CO. 2812 Colby Aye. Everett. Everett Printers Who Can Pat the Label oa Your Printing. 1 Everett Print Shop. 2 Herald Printing Coir pany. I Tribune Printing Company. 4 Cascade Printing Company. 6 Puget Press. 8 Commercial Press. WIENAND'S Photos Are Best 2809 Wetmore Aye. Ground Floor UNION PLUMBING AND HEATING SHOPS. R. M. Westover. C. A. Healy. B. M. Richards. J. H. Baillie. A. Hedlund. F. W. Dailey. A. P. Bassett. Thompson Plumbing & Heating Co. Bargreen's Golden DripGoffeei WILL PLEASE YOU IMPERIAL TEA CO. 1407 Hewitt—Both Phones 14s Everett's Largest Drug ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 21 June 1912

Page Four ALL WORK AND NO PLAY. Steel Company Hampers Young Men's CHnttian Association Work, "i never encountered, v more striking niOHiratlon <>f the eSecl of lnduatria| power," write* John a. Fitch, author of "The Steel Workers," In the Survey, "than was revealed fo me In a eonver sation with the Y. U, 0. a. secretary in one of the steel towns of Pennsyl vania, lie told me that the association there had about 160 members The steel mill employed more than 6,000 men, so I BSkad him why be did not have n larger membership. 'The work si hcdule of tbe mills,' he said, is sin li ns to mnke it very hard for the work men to use the Y. It. 0. A. facilities. They would lie too tired, you know, to use the baths aud the bowling alleys even if they were members.' 'Thai is on nccount of the twelve hour day, is it?' I usked. 'Yes,' he said. 'I lie twelve hour day and seven daj week.' 'Wed, then,' I Suggested, 'the wi I'klng scheJ nle Is a barrier between you and your reul work, and in orde...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

Everett Labor Journal Labor Review EVERETT, WASHINGTON Annual JUNE 28, 1912

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

"The Magnitude of the Eilers Industry Ranks as One of the Largest in the World."—The New York Music Trade Review, Feb. 10,1912. We are prone to look to the Eaat to find the groat successes in commercial under! a kings. Yet right here on the Coast are several institutions that in their own linos may be termed the "largest In the world." Of these, nunc stands out more prominently than the chain of forty piano stores of Eilers Music House, from Vancouver to Los Angeles. Throughout five Western States there is not a city of big importance that is not proud of an filers l'iano Store. That lliis tremendous business has been founded and developed within scare a doasn years has a deep significance. It is a living example of the commercial truth that a house that devotes every energy to giving quality) value nnd service to its patrons is assured of success. We acknowledge gratefully this recognition of supremacy from Xcw York. If the satisfaction of our patrons is all that is required, we pr...

Publication Title: Labor Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

CLOUGH-HARTLEY COMPANY. Everett has one ol the finest locations the map. It i- well named Ihe "( it) Smokestacks." It covers an area uf veral miles the waterfront, which the secret of its popularity. The tny mills of which the city boasts has en the foundation of its wonderful nwth. Annmg them is the ('lough ut ley Company, manufacturers of tl Cedar shingles, David M. clough is esident "f the firm. Roland H. Hartley •c president, O. E. (lough treasurer. •I. Clough secretary and It. V. Hartley imager. All men stand foremost in c prominent circles of the city, social as well as iv business. They are up _r T• t iv their principles ami conduct eir business along the same line. This ant i- located at tin- loot of Eighteenth id Itayside, and has a daily capacity 800,000 cars and cargo shippers slim i's, ami 80,000 ear and cargo shippers ding. All their shingles are manufac ired on upright machines, One hun WESTBERG GROCERY. John Westberg, proprietor of the West rg Grocery at •J!':!.") Bro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

4 BARTI.KTT DAIRY CO. "Wllill driii'mil- in' iir nn! Wliir.' did v iii get i;. inaj I link?" "<'li. ii rami' li' Itdtl left's, whore I alwav- Ihi\ everything in thai liiii'. I* the hosl 1 hero i- i» i>w n." Mi. la mr- li. S-.-nnhin. mi Everett'*, most | opnhir men, 11 in n.tu < - Hie Ikirlletl Dniri in- tit iMHtd Sini! Ii ii \ri Mr In- lieell in 1 lie rit v nine \ i urs nml in I lint I hue has Won a lin-l "I I I'iell I- ami rust oilier*. Hi- honest dealings with tlie |ien|ile an.l tii — nin-iiieiat i' n I'oi' hi- men arc two not able iiualitie* wliieli lull inied him hi* staunch retail nt inn. This linn runs winter uiul summer an I cater* In one of tlie large*! trodr* in iiir city. They niiike ire ere,l ai. sherbet s< ices, etr.. which air unexcelled fur flavor an I pur Ity. This year ilii- enmpatn ha- under gone a. great expense hy purclin*ing en rinsed mhi net* t'nr keeping their cream, etc.. ilu-i ami dirt proof. These eahi nets air strictly up I" date and will keep i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

The above i- a view of the celehrated Cnion Prftlti •-' Hone at Colorado [Springs, Colo, l-'m n I lie opening of Ihe Home in July. IM'.i-J. in Ma\ 111. MHO. 1.123 applicant- hn\e ln-cn admitted In the home. Any ulu-r "i tin lii,,-:na I tlcnal Typographical I'liion. who ha* heen such for tin cuntinuuiii year*-', may apply for ailmi-ii'ii in tin- home. Those -offering from puliiiomin litlierciilosis, who have been ineail'prs for five coll tiliuou* year*, mux i dinittcd in the BLOCIfS CAFE. Conn 1•• luiirli «ii 'i in, . I .1M going ight nun v. When' ilo vim usually me? M 1:11> 11"-. ..i ™nr-i'. It's 1 lie nly i ' >■ in i.iv n i"i' nn'. i-I. •--}>"— afe i- l lie iii.-i-i. i li.iii -i ii.! M.i»: -lint<■ 1 i ii; iln' \"ii!iui-t. yft.* tin' |in|iiila.' i-ali- with ill |i i|Hila r Brier- I'nr tun war- il lia- liei'll ex :«'i'bli-li''l . i ill Iv- li.-iii Hi. .air 'in a" I UHin ■— Men. I "in i-l -. i-t> . Mr. I. \ E. A. CAMPBELL, GROCER. A In ih » 'ii■ •i i- ,I,• -1 i\ ii ni"i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

- .Ml' .11 --■ - _ ' - - UP-TO-DATE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP. 1 J. LYNCH & CO., GROCERS. _ KVERETT FLORAL CO. Mi. 11. II lv. mm, i- prop i.-t"i oi t I |. «tore .it bU Hewitt nvenue, Every iliinii in the flower and gr enery line , .hi In. found here. Mr. I'eternon. who - i frinid ..I t he nnii.ll ma 11. an I initrh faviii ..; organized lagor and it» lad till' I mull an I - Uluan an.l given the H. A 11. trading stamps. I T. ENGER, MERCHANT TAILOR. On*- "i Tlit- oldest aiii )m*-i known business men in Everett i- T. T. Enger, merchant tailor, who ha- lived here for -\ year*. lir i- un expert in hi- line .hi operates one ••! tin- nicest and unit est -In,).- in th.. vicinity, at gtigs Wet more avenue. Mr. Enger, who is a union man from top t.. liottom, and Ire , ways conducted hi- business in strict accord with the rule- and regulations of unionism, run tin- first union tailor shop in the city, |j years ago. He dors cleaning and pressing to perfection. WHEELER VARIETY STORE. Tin \\ he -ler ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

PASTIME POOL ROOMS. A pleasant time is awaiting you boys Stud fathers at the Pastime Pool Rooms, •min-r of Hewitt and Wetmore ave nue-. This place of amusement is the finest and largest of its kind iv the Northwest. Mc-srs. Ilohiiisoti ami Dries sit-in are proprietors and have spared no expense to make it tlie "home" for men in the evening. These gentlemen, both of whom are of good habits and highly respected by all citizens, expend ed the -ii f $15,000 to fit up their Bailors comfortably ami with every modern convenience. They have twenty- .THOMPSON PLUMBING AND HEAT ING COMPANY. i We are going down town this very mll el noon. I want you to see that nat ht vii and bathroom fixtures at In- Thompson Plumbing and Heating 'o.'s -hop on Hoyt avenue. 8816. I tables, also a first-class soda fountain. A club room is another feature of this popular place, Here the men who tin nut care to indulge in a game of pool or billiards may come to talk over the af fairs of the day, quietly ami undist...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor journal. — 28 June 1912

10 CITY PARK GROCERY. William ( oiighlin i- proprietor of the ('ii \ park linn ny. 24Hii I lakes avenue, which location he lias been in for three y ears. He lian lies a fine line nf staple an I fancy, groceries. Il - just I In l place for tin- children to buy their lunches, iititv a step 11 ■' n ! hi' seliool house. THE AMERICAN DYE WORKS. I In- only glove cleaning machine in Snohomish county i- owned mil used hy thr American Dye Works, at their plant. -Jv_»| Wetlliorc aVelllie. This corporation began ii - business upon n small basis in the year ot ItMrO. Sin v t hat I line it lots ile\ eloped i licit year until at tin- present day it !- one of the most reliable firms of i'- kind on the Const, s. Robinson and son are the proprietors .nil are known a- th*. lead ing cleaners nnd dyers, They make a specialty of Iry and steam cleaning, which i- done by the latest improved methods, Eight people, -ill competent in their line, nr< employed hj the Amer ican Dye Works, which eater- to tt ...

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. — 28 June 1912

SMITH & BOESHAR, HOME FUR NISHERS. "Marry the girl and we'll furnish the home." whal bettor trade mark can a firm have than this little saying, and win, is there in the city or In the stir rounding community thni does nol know fc'haf it means and for whnl corporation ■ stands. Suffice il to say thai il is Absolutely true. Marry the girl, young Juan and Smith & Boeshnr "ill furnish Bte home completely front garret to eel |n• Mr. M. M. Smith and Mr.. I. .T. Boeshnr, both well known and greatly Bulmlred for their clean cul business CALDWELL & COMPANY, LEATHER MANUFACTURERS. Mr. ('. s. Caldwell is manager and iwner of the Caldwell & Co, Leather Belting firm, at -Jii.'iL' Broadway. He nis been in business for two years. 11i ~ inn makes belt repairing and rubber icll splicing a specialty. One man is nuployed the year round to I ravel nnd olieit the trade- which comes from all kver the state. 'I hey make asbestos Itrctchless water proof belting, oak vater proof leather belt...

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