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Patronize Washington Socialist
Advertisers and Tell Them About It
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« MILLINERY. Prices cut as £
• never before on men's *»
<* union made suits "
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(Under New Management)
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dairy line at reasonable prices.
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GEM DYE WORKS
The most modern equipped plant in Snokomish county. Ladles' or
gents' suits cleaned and pressed, $100. Why pay more? Expert tailor
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DEPARTMENT OF THE
Answers will appear In the legal
column of tho Commonwealth us booh
as posßlblo after receipt of (he Inquiry,
and no chargo will bo mado the ap
pllcnnt for ndvlce.
Heretofore It has not unfre<|iicntly
happened (hilt comrades ill trouble
sought the advice of Hie editor of
this paper. Hut. your editor la not a
lawyer, nor him ho the tlino to devote
to such matters. So from now on our
readers are Invited to address all
questions Involving points of law to
comrade Peter Hußby, Itoom 209
Stokes Hldg., 1616 1-2 Hewitt Aye.,
Q.—Kindly give your legal opinion
upon the following question, through
the Washington Socialist: A person
enters upon land, occupies, uses, and
Improves the same, by clearing the
land and fencing It, and has had un
disputed and sole possession for
twenty years last past. Is he entitled
to hold and claim ownership by the
law of adverse possession as laid
down by the rulings of the courts of
the state of Washington?—D. A. C.
A. —Yes; provided the party has
held the land under a claim of right,
or color of title: and provided further
that It Isn't government or public
land. The statute did require posses
sion for twenty years, but has been re
duced to ten.
THE BEST EVER!
Local Puyallup Publishes Most Valu
able Pamphlet—"Scientific So
cialism Study Course."
Ono of the most valuable ten-cent
pamphlets that has ever come to the
editorial desk of The Washington So
cialist is a ten-cent pamphlet—no, let
us correct that, a pamphlet for tin
cents, for the Uttls book Is worth at
least ten dollars to any study-club—
published by Local Puyallup.
In Puyallup they have, a real Red
local. And Local Puyallup has a
membership that not only does things,
jbut does them UNDKRSTANDINGLY.
After reading their ■'Scientific Social
ism Study Course," it will be easy to
understand why Local Puyallup al
ways stands on scientific ground when
voting on referendums or party offi
The first subject taken up is "A
Synopsis of Scientific Socialism," in
which are reviewed, in question and
answers form, the fundamental prin-
ciples of Marxian Socialism. The an
swers are all brief, clear, and con
The second section deals with "The
Law of Economic Determinism," and
treats simply and soundly all the
; topics fundamental to "The Material-
, istic Conception of History."
A third division deals with "Sur
plus Value, or Unpaid Labor," and
makes clear some of the least under
stood principles of Socialist political
Then comes the very vital question
of "The Class Struggle," most ably and
plainly explained and illustrated.
With each section is given a list of
books necessary to a fuller compre
hension of the fundamental principles
of Socialism, and it would be hard to
think out a bibliography of equal com
prehensiveness chosen with greater
"The Washington Socialist" can
1 make no better use of its very limited
space than to urge upon all locals in
the state of Washington to order a
plenteous supply of these little pamph
Ord< rs may be sent to Local Puy
allup, or to C. W. Garrott, Charli'siuM,
Wash., or to Charles H. Kerr & Co.,
118 W. Kin/.ie St., Chicago, 111. If we
are not mistaken, our state secretary,
also, has the pamphlets on sail-.
MILITIA ORDERED OUT.
Will Terrorize Strike Zone.
On April T.\ (Thurgdaj 1 the entire
enlistment of the Colorado state mili
tia, including all branches of the ser
vice, left Denver to aßfilsi the coal
barons in crushing (lie workers of the
Trinidad strike zone.
Colonel Lee stated a dozen militia
men who had boarded the train with
the remainder of his command, lefi
it, giving as a reason failure lo re
ceive back pay and personal consider
ation!, which they refused to disclose.
THE BEST SHE COULD.
"Bridget, were you entertaining a
man in the kitchen las( evening?"
"Well, ma'am, that's for him to pay.
Oi done my best wid the materials at
Comrade 11. B. Hiair of I<Yepland,
dropped in to this office the other
evening He also dropped In a $ for
B year's subscription. Welcome, com
rade Come again and bring an
THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST
THE N. E. C. INVESTIGATION.
Well, It'i nil over l-"«>r ten dayi
Comradei Uotloy and Klchardson,
with it patience beyond comparison,
nut iimi listened to lies, vituperation
.■mil tnlsoonstruotlon or (acts, all of
which were pound Into their ears with
tin' Intent and purpose of proving iimi
the members or the regular orgnlsa
don, indlviiiuiiiiy and collectively,
were and ntiii are, Imposslblllsts, <n
reel aotlonlsts, sabotagers; In fast,
wi> iiiii mil limvc one redeeming fes
lure 111xin t us, from the polnl nf \ lew
Doctor Brown presented.
Tin1 Investigation was conducted
much in iiic manner of a court; Doc
tor Brown utlni as attorney for the
dual organization, the regulars being
represented by Comrades Bostrotn,
Wolls, Sadler ami the writer. Doctor
Brown'i tactics In presenting the Bldn
of tin' dual organisation, were just
about as rotten as worn the tactics he
and his "constructive" friends used
when they worn struggling to get con
trol of the regular organization, or the
tactics the dual organization has used
slnco It has been in exiitenoe
'I'lie incidents that led to the ex
elusion of Brown, Win! in. Hone, ii ,il
for party treason were thrust into the
background. Hours and hours were
lined in dealing with the petty Inci
dents of the guam] in Seattle In
general terms, hen Is what Brown
sought to prove:
Wh.it Brown Sought to Prove.
First, that tiie regular organisation
Wished to drive all doctors, lawyers
ami business men nut of the party.
Evidence : The fact that Hone, Will
sor, Coatea ami himself wan ox
pelled. The ruyallup riKolution, the
Wells resolution, etc.
Second, that the regular organiza
tion was under the Influence of the
I \V. W. and favored direct action and
Evidence: Phrases taken from
some speaker's address, or lentenoei
from some comrade's writings. Com
rade;; Allcr and Bottroro were cited
as the principal offenders, with Barth
and Boomer close seconds.
Third, that the regular organization
was incompetent, and that the people
distrusted it, and its officials.
Kvldence: The large vote the dual
organization's candidates received In
the recent elections in Seattle and
Tacoma. The falling off of the regular
organization's membership during the
last eighteen months from six thou
sand to four thousand.
Fourth, that the dual organization
was in harmony with tho national or
ganization, while the regular were not.
Evidence, that we "sassed" Berger;
also that we voted against the recall
of Haywood. That the dual organiza
tion was in harmony with the national
party, was proven by a constant itera
tion and reiteration of the declaration
that it was.
Assertions Offered in Lieu of Facts.
There you are. That is all of it.
The unsocialistic conduct of using
stickers to defeat regular nominees;
of going into the capitalist courts and
having regularly nominated candi
dates stricken from the ballot; the
use of the capitalist press to destroy
the good name of comrades, and final
ly the formation of a dual organiza
tion, were glossed over and justified
by Dr. Brown by the general charges
above enumerated, and I suppose he
will contend, proven.
Personally, I have not one spark of
ill feeling toward any one of the dual
organization with two exceptions, who
testified at the hearing, not even
Brown or Bone. In fact, during the
ten days the hearing lasted, I became
acquainted with many members of the
rank and file of the dual organization.
whom I would be glad to count as
members of the regular organization,
but there are two persons that stand
convicted, in my mind, of being in
conceivably small and contemptible.
I refer to Mrs. Cory of Sedro-Wooley
land George Davis of Bismarck. Mrs.
Cory, laboring under the impression
that the regulars were to be the losers
in the investigation, and no doubt, de
siring to make herself solid with the
victorious "constructives," at one of
the hearings, testified that Frans Bos
trom had refused to pay $56 due her
for services rendered as a regular or
gan i/er of the party. The falseness of
this charge is so plain that the charge
■ •ins like an utterance of an insane
person. What made her act look so
mean, was her very evident desire to
curry favor with the mpposed-to-be
"Useless to Object."
Oeorge. Davis reminds me of Judas
Tsrariot and Benedict Arnold. He re
pudiated his own acts as an executive
|committepman in his efforts to dis-1
credit the regular organization, on the
childish ploa that, the other members
of the 8. F. C. had "fooled" him, or
thai "they were in the majority and it
was useless for me to object."
George! fieorge! What kind of a I
spineless jellyfish were you, that you '
did not dare to lift your voirp in pro- j
tost against the acts of the S. E. C. j
which did not mpet your approval.
George, you even voted in favor of
those acts, and now, after two years
you come out with such bunk as this.
illy 0. D, Kline.)
Wsir! War! What for?
For the satisfaction of tii" blood
thirsty worshippers of Plutus, the,
blind Ood of money,
for the conquest of nations, thai
America might become the empire of
the two American oontlnents, And
the Islands of the deep, For th( de
structlon of millions of homes, and
the subjugation of the producers, that
the homes might be devoured by the
money fiends, and the producers made
miserable slaves. Ah! proud Amerloa,
Yon in abondonlng your goddess of
liberty have ohosen Mhtb as a guide
lie Ih guiding you hk he guided Rome,
Whose rose in the bloom of youthful
beauty, only to die on the stem of a
horribly corrupt civilisation. you
have kowii the dragon's teetn and you
shall reap its fruit. For the sword of
Mars in being win ll< (I on the flesh of
miners, and wealth producers, thai the
usurping despots mi^ht make of thin
m :it empire a burning hell of Rlavery.
Comrades, this 1b no time to dispute
the course "f evolution, for evolution
Ih on the retreat But let ub nil ad
vance to the Trout, and play our part
in the rrcat drama of revolution.
Our brother! and KlsterM nre dying
in Colorado rather than be made
slaves. Thousands of the producers
or the wealth of the world are starv
inr In Die cities, While those dnmi
• ' onn of this earthly hell livo In a
tate of Inaberatlon that would arouse
the envy <>r s Roman noble at a gladl'
It Is time that we wire of an or
ganization that will hoar us through
the OOming dark agoß. For the Wll-
Bon and RooMVStt tyrants of America
must go down before tlie red banner
of revolution. Fraternity, comrades!
Hi ill nut Mexico, but hurrah for Colo
At the Tacoma convention, you
thought you Were landing with the
winning side, and now your small soul
is consumed with hato because you I
made a poor guess. George, your tac
tics have been as rotten as your con
ception of the Socialist philosophy.
Will, what did the whole investi
gation amount to? Well, I deduct
Lessons of the Investigation.
First, no lasting victory can be
gained when the gaining of that vic
tory is attempted by underhanded
Second, we Reds must never make
the mistakes of Dr. Brown and the
other "constructive" leaders of the
dual organization; that is, of assuming
that attacks on the personal character
of individuals will aid our cause.
Third, the Idea that the "construc
|tives" have a superior brand of intel
jlect from that of the workers is all a
mistake. They are mere unscrupul
ous. That's all.
W. 11. STACKHOUSE.
One extremely sobering reflection
is that, if anybody should go down and
RUbdue Mexico, somebody woul ' have
to keep her subdued.
.—Columbus Ohio State Journal.
The best Coffee for the money is
our Favorite Blend, 3 lbs. for $1.00 or
Ii lbs. for 50 cents M. H. Clausen,
2812 Rockefeller. Telephones SSI.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNO
In the matter of the Estate of John
Notice is hereby given that Charles
C. Bilhop, Administrator of the Estate
of John l.ykins, deceased, has filed in
this court for settlement his final ac
count as such administrator, together
with his petition for final distribution
of utld estate, and that the hearing of
the lame has been fixed by the Judge
Of Mid court for Saturday, the 23rdl
day of May, I!>M, at ten o'clock A.M.
of said day, at the court room of De
partment No. 2 of said court, in the
City of Everett, County of Snohomish,
and State of Washington, and all per
sons interested in said estate are noti
fied then and there to appear and
show cause, if any they have, why
the said account should not be settled
and allowed, and why distribution of
said (state should not thereupon be
Immediately made to the persons en
titled thereto without further notice
Dot il April, 21st, 1914.
W. F. MARTIN,
SHERWOOD & MANSFIELD,
Attorneys for Administrator,
snn-in-n roiby Building,
Date of first publication April, 23rd
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I clopedia Britanica and a 32- |
•g volume set of the Makers of His- I
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An Economical Place to Trade
No More $2.50 N° Less
Tor Men For Women
The Upstalrt Bhoe Ktinp That
Saves You Dollars
How .do we do It? Small expenses
Low rent, no flcrks to pay
FOBES BUILDING, Room 18
,Wxt DOOT t6 S(;ir TbektOT
1806-1808 Hewitt Avenue
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4 2812 Rucker Avenue Z
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% 2928 Wetmore ;
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i JOHN F. JERREAD ;
Undertaker and Embalmer
State License No. 3
Phone Main 230 Ererett, Wn. •' I
Upholstering. Furniture Repair
Linoleum and Carpets Laid
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Carpenters' and mechanics' I
tools, small locks, hinges, build- ]
ing, builders' and shelf hardware. #
ARTHUR BAILY ;
Sporting Goods and Hardware I
J. C. SOVDE ;
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND
3419 Everett Aye., Cor. Summit j
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The City Grocery
Staple and F»ncy Groceries, Flour, Feed, Produce, Etc.
Both Pbonei m 3410-12 Evsrett Aveuue
JOHNSON & mjENBERG
GROCERIES & PROVISION \
Standard goods at reasonable
prices. "We pay no rent or
! clerk hire and can sell as
cheap as the cheapest. Give
f us a trial and be convinced.
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I 1914 HEWITT AYE. f
| Opposite Mitchell Hotel |
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Agent Dr. Fahrney Msdlclnes j
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Fruit and
1209 Hewitt Avenue
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Good Things to Eat
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1701 Wetmore Aye. I
> Century Dictionary: "Socialism Is
! any theory or sybtem of social organi
sation which would abolish entirely,
•or in great part, the individual effort
and competition uu. which modern so
ciety rests, and substitute for it co
operative action; would introduce a
more perfect and equal distribution of
; the products of labor, and would make
land and capital, as the instruments
land means of production, the joint
possession of the members of the com-*
THE ERODECK CO.
Xvi ry line shown by ub repre
sents the leading makes most
becoming your individual style.
New Spring Lasts in
Shoes and Oxfords
Complete Lines Men's Work
The Brodeck Co
CORNER HEWITT AND
S. & H. Green Stamps
Cor. Hewitt and Lombard
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i • Practical Interior and Exterior <
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i , Fine Paper Hanging a Specialty <
1 1 Shop and Residence 2222 Baker 1 '•
',', Aye. Phone Ind. 609 Y. ,\',
Loren Thomas Frank Vallier
We gauarantee all our work
and prices are right.
2818 Grand Avenue
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* The Only Rubber Stamp Works S
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Bargreen's Golden Drip Coffee, Im
perial Tea Co.
. World Almanac 1914 at Hill's Book
Store, 2929 Colby.
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M Dealers in Fancy and I
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M Dru>r<, Grain, Feed & Flour. h|
■ Sun. 357 Ind. 315 I
I EDW. ECKLUND I
I Dealer in Fancy and Staple I
i GROCERIES I
I 2707 Wetmore |
I CHARLES L. LINDBLAD I
J> Staple and Fancy Groceries, ¥
|> Fruit*, Flour, Hay and Feed <|
i Sun. 1064, Ind. 466 X X
f LOWELL WASH. I
HIGH SCHOOL GROCERY
Both Phones 116625 th & Colby
HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
Our Motto, Quality and Service ,
MOON & REEP
REEP GROCERY .. ..
1912 Hewitt Aye.
Phones: Sunset 197, Ind. 437
|> Good Groceries at «»
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