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I $7.75 :
«■ LADIES' $20.00 rt Ac "
suits . |5.95 Z
*> 810 BARGAINS IN PANAMA BATS '"
«* UNION MADE MEN'S SUITS <£
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TRADE AT THE OLD RELIABLE CREDIT HOUSE
B ACHELDER (& CORNEIL
for Men and Boys
Guaranteed 7,500 Miles Service
These tires bear the greatest known
mileage guarantee, yet are sold at a '
price even less than tires of ordinary
guarantee. This guarantee covers
punctures, blow-out» and general wear.
Guarantee covers 7,500 miles service
against everything except abuse.'
These tires are intended for most se- j
Orders have been received for these
tires for use In United States Govern
As a SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY;
offer, we will allow the following pric
es for the next ten days.
28x3 $ 9.20 I 2.00
30x3 10.25 2.30
30x3% 10.25 2.30
30x3H 13.50 2.80
32x3% 14.05 3.00
34x3% 15.25 3.20 £■
31x4 17.00 3.25
32x4 18.00 3.30
33x4 19.50 3.40
34x4 20.40 3.60
35x4 21.00 3.80
36x4 22.00 3.90
35x4% 26.00 5.00
36x4% 27.00 5.10
37x4% 27.50 5.15
37x5 32.60 - 5.40
I All other sizes. Non-Skids 20 per
| ent extra. 5 per cent discount if pay
, nent in full accompanies order and if
two are so ordered, shipping charges
will be paid by us. C. O. D. on 15 |
per cent of amount of order. Our
output is limited, so we suggest early
ordering. We sell direct only, giving
purchaser the advantage of all mid- J
dlemen's profits. .
Use our famous reliners, they elim
inate blow outs and 90 per cent of
punctures besides giving many thou- j
sand more miles service to each tire.
When in your tires you ride without j
worry or tire troubles.
For all 3 inch tires $1-95 j
For all 3% inch tires $2.20 j
For all 4 inch tires $260
For all 4% Inch tires $2.75
For all 5 Inch tires • $2.90
tor all 5% inch tires $3.00
iNON-PUNCTURE TIRE FACTORY
*■ Dayton, Ohio
2820 Rockefeller Aye.
Wall paper, paints and
glass, papfrhanging, paint
ing, kalsomining. Esti
mates furnished. All work
Phones: M. 213, Ind. 299Z
J Northern Transfer Co. ,
I No hauling too large or small i
Storage In connection
| Office phone Ind. 292, Ban. 11l J
! Residence Ud. 417
; 3000 McDOUQALL AYE. !
Special Hosiery Offer
Guaranteed Wear-Ever Hosiery for
Men and Women
Ladies' Special Offer
For Limited Time Only—
Six pairs of our finest 35c value la
dies' guaranteed hose in black, tan or
white colors with written guarantee,
for $1.00 and 10c for postage, etc
SPECIAL OFFER FOR MEN
For a limited time only, six pairs
of our finest 35c value Guaranteed
Hose any color with written guaran
te and a pair of our well known Men's
Paradise Garters for one dollar, and
10c for postage, etc.
You know these hose; they stood
the test when all others failed. They
give real foot comfort. They have no
seams to rip. They never become
loose and baggy as the shape is knit
in. not pressed in. They are Guar
anteed for fineness, for style, for su
periority of material and workman
ship, absolutely stainless and to wear
six months without holes, or a new
Don't delay, send in your order be
fore offer expires. Give correct size.
WEAR-EVER HOSIERY COMPANY
1712 Hewitt Aye.
I B. & M. I
| $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 I
y Shoes will save you money 4>
<£ B. & M. CASH SHOE STORE *'
',? Corner Hewitt and Hoyt Aye. j|
r *~ i
Our Shoes Are Better
Fisher, the Shoeman.
Cor. Hewitt and Wetmore j
Fifteen Year* In Everett
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Always go to C. PETERSON
Oldest and most reliable iho« re- j
pair shop in the city.
■§M WETMORE AVI.
Next to People's Theater
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BEAUTIFUL AND COLORED
Many are rich, rare, pictures of
BEAUTIFUL MODELS AND
Also a Self-Filling
All for only 50 cents
The greatest bargain in beautiful
cards and rare art pictures ever of
fered. Many are hard to obtain and
have sold singly for the price we ask |
for all. These will go quickly to all
lovers ofthe beautiful in nature who
appreciate rare art pictures of well
A reliable self-filling fountain pen
free with each order. Th*se alone
have sold for one dollar in stores.
The 100 beautiful cards and pen all
for but 50c a"nd 10c in stamps for post
ART PORTRAYAL CO.
DEPARTMENT OF THE
Answers will appear In the legal
column of the Commonwealth h loon
a* possible after receipt of tin1 Inquiry,
nil no charge will bo matin the up
plicant for advice.
Heretofore it has not unfroqucntly
happened that comrades in trouble
houk&JL tin. ndvico of 111 tulltor of
this paper. Bui your editor li not a
lawyer, nor has ho tin- tlmn to devote
to such matters. So from now on our
readers am invited to address all
questions involving point! of law to
comradn Pater Husby, Room 209
Stoke* nidg., 1616 1-2 Hewitt Aviv.
Q. I should like to know something
of women's property rights in the state
of Washington, through the columns
of the Washington Socialist.
If awoman, not living with her hus
band, should buy a piece of property
with money earned by herself, would
her husband have an Interest in the
property? If she should at any time
wish to dispose of It, could she deed
It to a third person without his signa
ture? A. R.
A. Tin' property and pecuniary
rights of every married woman at the
time of her marriage, or afterwards
acquired by gift, devise, or Inherit
ance, with the rents, Issues, and profits
thereof, is her separate property. The
earnings of a married woman is gen
erally community property. Hut if a
married woman conducts a separate
business, and the husband and wife
make a definite and unequivocal
agreement, that the wife is to have as
her separate property all that she
earns, then that agreement will hold;
also If a married woman lives separ
ate and apart from her husband, her
earnings are her separate property anil
she may sell and convey without her
husband signing any papers.
N. A. M. EXPECTS TO DEFEAT
Information has just been received
at this office, from Washington, I), c,
which shows that a 6trong effort is be
ing made by the National Association
of Manufacturers and its lobbyists at
the capital to defeat tho labor exemp
tion provision of the Clayton antitrust
bill when it goes to the senate.
James A. Emery wrote a circular
• tter in 1910 to members of the X. A.
If., detailing the forces set at work to
offset the legislation of the house re
garding the exemption amendment
above referred to. We quote but a
portion of the letter below, just by way
of example, showing how the bosses
Here is the letter, as furnished by
Representative W. J. McDonald, a
member of the special committee that
dug it up originally:
"June 24, 1910.
"Mr. John Kirby, Jr.,
"514 Reibold Building,
"My Dear Mr. Kirby—l had (be
pleasure of wiring you last night the
news of victory on the. Hughes amend
ment after the closest and hardest
struggle of the session.
"Returning here Wednesday morn
ing from our New York meeting, an
interview with the colonel, Mr. Dwight,
and Senator Heyburn - showed the .sen
ate to be determined, the bouse ex
ceedingly weak. Mr. (iompers made
his headquarters In the office of Rep
atatlve Cary of Wisconsin, In the
house office building, and had some
thing in the neighborhood of 100 aides
about him making office:
canvas, petitions and editorials being
piled in from every union source, I
called at the white House, and being
unable to see the president because of
■■• ■ments, took the matter up with
his secretary, who showed the great) li
interest and declared he believed the
president would take personal part in
the fight, and this the president did .
In the meantime, after an hour's
conference with Mr. Dwight, the whip
of the house, at his office, the program
was outlined and carried "lit to the
letter. To the colonel was given a
list of fourteen names, some Demo
crats, some Republicans, who voted
with Hughes. He accomplished his
work so successfully that of the four
teen but one failed to either absent
himself or vote with us yesterday. I
communicated with Mr. Bird request
ing certain telegraphic assistance
through his office, and this was carried
out, with extensions suggested by him
self, with splendid success."
The letter, signed by James A.
Emery, goes on to show how the forces
of the invisible government worked
when the National Association of Man
ufacturers and its lobbyist, Col. Mul
hall, succeeded in defeating the labor
exemption bill in 1910, and appears on
page 10015 of the Congressional Rec
ord. In view of the apparent victory
Of the labor forces In securing from
ST. LOUIS SOCIALISTS
An InstriK live Resolution.
Resolution Adopted bj General Mem
barahlp Meeting Maj 8, 1911
Whereas, tho advoca* o( obrlety
and ti iii" am • habit bai at nil
tlmei been a itroni fester* of the Bo
riaiiHt movement, bt ■ ■ no iri at
and world wide loclal movement of
Hie Importance or the International
Socialist n>i • i Labor movement can
ever be made a success if Intemper
ance, ini'lirii't\, or llTeiponilbility
Whereat, the Boi lallil party hat at
all timei advocated the strictest rei
ulatlon of the liquor traffic under the
pri eni capital Ib( condition!, while mh
an ultimate objed it almi to abolish
the abuses and evils connected with
the present production and sale or
alcoholic liquors i>y entirely ellminal
Ing the profit :'. ilctii. which Im at Hi"
bottom of all evils in connection with
capitalist production and distribution;
Whereas, prohibition has been made
one of the "burning I mum" In almost
every municipal, state and national
political campaign o( recent pears and
promises to be made more ho In the
Prohibition Has Not Made Good.
Whereas, the Boelall I part) <>f Bt
Louis, in general meeting assembled,
exprei »< ■ Iti com let lon thai the pro
hibltton movement is not only ■ fail
are, so far as achieving the objects
it pretends to achieve! namely, to In
prove the moral. Intellectual, material
ami social conditions of the gn at mass
Of the people; but we are of the opin
ion that it is being used by capitalist
interests to sidfctrack the working
class movement and get people to
fight for and against liquor in order
that they may forget <-nd get away
from the greater questions and prob
lems which affect the Socialist and
Labor movement today;
Whereas, experience demonstrates
the fact that the condition of the work
ing class in those Etates where pro
hibition has been practiced for years
is no better than In localities where,
up to this hour, prohibition could not
find a foothold;
Whereas, the Socialist party of St.
Louis considers tho liquor businel I
legitimate and as honorable as the
coffee, tea, medicine, meat or any
other business, and It Is to the abuse
of the business where tho proper
remedies must be applied;
Whereas, the Socialist party of this
city, during its many successful so
; cial affairs and festivals, where li
quors weT6 sold, has proven to the
| people that the sale and consumption
|of liquor can ho conducted as legiti
mately and honorably as any other
I business; therefore, be it
Resolved, that the Socialist party of
St. Louis, in general meeting assem
bled, declares itself most emphatically
against prohibition in any form wheth
er local, state or national; that we
consider prohibition a failure, so far as
improving the general condition of the
: working class is concerned; that in
its efforts to remedy an outgrowth of
capitalist production and sale of liquor
prohibition resorts to extreme meas
ures, which, if carried out are not less
dangerous to the health, moral, intel
lectual and social development of the
people than the evils complained of
today which it pretends to remedy;
Resolved, that among the rank and
file Of organized wage workers of
America there is no group that has
done more for the advancement of the
really progressive Trade Union anil
born fide Socialist party movement
than the International Union of the
.United Brewery Workers, who rank
among the most intelligent wage work
ers along industrial and political lines,
which is In itself the best argument
against prohibition, and it is this claBS
of workers wfio would be hit hardest
Kesolved, that we will do all in our
power to defeat prohibition; but that
at the same time the Socialist party
of St. Louis pledges itself Jo do all in
its power to bring about radical re
forms in the liquor business and by
doing so make said industry as re
, spectable and as useful as any other
A line of lumber-carrying steel
steamships will be established between
Mew York and Willapa Harbor on the
opining of the Panama canal.
the house an exemption provision in
the Clayton anti-trust bill, this letter
THE EVERETT DAIRY
for rich fresh milk, cream or
Phones: Ind. 708 X, Sunset 616
Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered to All
Parti of the City
md 4032 Sunset IHSB
1008 Lombari Aye,
Expert Walch and
Engraving and Jewelry
Bpecial prices during the
iiimiiili of .lime. All WOTI gmir
anteed for one year.
At new address
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I Thompson's j
I Hewitt Aye., Near Maple St.
Something for Everybody
5 FOR YOUR DEN 5
Beautiful College Pennants
Yale and Harvard, each 9 in. x 24 In.
Princeton, Cornell, Michigan
Each 7 In. x 21 in.
All li.ii quality felt with felt head
ing, streamers, letters and mascot ex
-1 'Hi' il in proper colors. This splendid
assortment went, postpaid for 50 cents
and 5 stamps to pay posatge. Send
HOWARD SPECIALTY COMPANY
THERE'S A DIFFERENCE
in Hulling clothes down-stairs,
both in rents expenses,
which means you can save Five
to Ten Dollars on your next
Suit or Slip-on if you trade
Kettleson's Up-Stairs Suit
Rooms 20-21 Clark Bldg., cor.
Hewitt and Wetmore.
Removed from Riley bid.
Practical Interior and Exterior
Fine Paper Hanging a Specialty
Shop and Residence 2222 Baker
Aye. Phcne Ind. 609 Y.
I.(inn Thomas Frank Vallif-r
We gauarantee all our work
and prices are right.
2818 Grand Avenue
I. X. L. HARDWARE AND
House Furnishing of All Kinds.
Hardware, Fishing Tackle,
2813 and 15 Wetmore
I. O. 0. F. Bldg.
Attorney at Law
Room 209 Stokes Bldg.
1616% Hewitt Aye.
The best Coffee for the money is
our Favorite Blend, 3 lbs. for $1.00 or
lVi lbs. for 50 cents M. H. Clausen,
|2812 Rockefeller. Telephones 581.
Bargreen s Golden Drip Coffee, Im
perial Tea ( c.
Automobile and Gas Engine hand
books at Hill's Boole Store, 2929 Colby
S. <£. H. Green Trading Stamps
Upon request of many who
were unable to take advantage
of the two weeks as advertised.
CLOTHING I CO.
1711-1713 Hewitt Avenue
THE NEW STORE
An Economical Place to Trade
No More $2.50 N° LeM
For Men For Women
'ill" Upstairs Shoe Shop That
Saves You Dollars
How do ire do it? Small expenses
Low rent, no clerks to pay
FOBES BUILDING, Room 18
Neil Door to Star Theater
1806-1808 Hewitt Avenue
I GOLDFINCH BROTHERS %
•'• Wall Papers, Paints, Glass 2
j> 2812 Hucker Avenue 4
'< <■ i
|> Both Phones 285 j.
We recommend you to the —.
Iliioins are nice, large, pleasant
Phones: Sun»et, 646; Ind., 953 X
JOHN F. JERRKAD
Undertaker and Embalmer
State License No. 3
Phone Main 330 Brerett, Wn.
Do You Want a Bargain In
A 33-vo!'jme set of the Ency
clopedia Britanlca and a 32
--"volume set of the Makers of His
tory—s2s takes the bunch.
HILL'S BOOK STORE
y •% For Harness and Auto;
'"' '.i\ A &>
* fiV'^SJxTyj Tire Repairing Try the ;
V . 4>
•/ ''in-1 \ ■ \
I f*.|| | 1
I Wf\ I RIVERSIDE HARNESS-
I *(ii ' SHOP !
4> Carpenters' and mechanics' •
J" tools, small locks, hinges, build- "-.
--•f Ing, builders' and shelf hardware. J> |
I ARTHUR BAILY - I
'!>' Sporting Goods and Hardware I
¥ . 4
i J. 0. SOVDE j
I GROCERIES. DRY GOODS AND t
T NOTIONS !
• 3419 Everett Aye., Cor. Summit I
I . Phones: S. S. 1818, Ind.-470 -: $
The City Grocery
Staple *nd K»ncy Groceries, Flour, Feed, Produce, Etc.
Both Phone* m 3.410-11 Everett Avenu*
fOHMSON & I.iIJENBERG
GROCERIES & PROVISION
Si andard ?oods at reasonable
prices. We pay no rent or
clerk hire and can sell as
cheap as the cheapest. Give
us a trial and be convinced.
Cor. 37th and Rucker.
Phones Ind. 492, S. S. 684
PULT-OST AND DRY MUTTON.
| TRY THESE. AT EIDEM'S GROC
ERY. 2709 LOMBARD.
THUESON GROCERY CO.
Agent Dr. Fahrney Msdicinea
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Fruit and
1209 Hewitt Avenue
Phones: Ind. 14X, Sunset 1358
TEA, COFHEE, SPICES, Etc.
EVERETT TEA CO.
Under New Management
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Phones 342 2933 Broadway
We Give Green Trading Stamps
BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE
OUR ENTIRE LARGE
STOCK OF CLOTHING,
HATS, FURNISHINGS AND
LADIES', MEN'S AND
CHILDREN'S SHOES IS
AT SPECIALLY LOW
COME IN AND SEE JUST
WHAT WE MEAN
The Brodsck Co
CORNER HEWITT AND
Cor. Hewitt and Lombard
KITTLESON GROCERY CO.
Good Things to Eat
Phones: Ind. 47, Sun. 1540.
1701 Wetmore Aye.
Chance of a Lifetime
of fine Summer Millinery during
the month, of June
at Mms Balrnain's
In Oakes Hotel, 2811 Oakes Aye.
Opposite old stand, half block
north of Hewitt.
H WOLD BROS. & WEST JB
18 Nineteenth and Broadway M
, I Staple Groceries, Dry Goods, jl
Dealer in Fancy and Staple
CHARLES L. LINDBLAD
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fruits, Flour, Hay and Feed
Sun. 1064, Ind. 465 X
HIGH SCHOOL GROCERY
Both Phones 1166—25 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
NEVILLE & STUMFALL
Phones: Sunset 214, Ind. 692