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Paints, Glass, Window, Doors
Roofing and Building Paper
You can buy from us at wholesale prices. Give us a trial.
H. A. ENGELBRECHT CO.
2007 Hewitt Avenue. Everett, Wash.
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FULL CREAM CHEESE ALWAYS ON HAND.
Watch for our Wednesday and Saturday specials.
MEADOWMOORE DAIRY STORE, 1918 Hewitt Avenue
AMERICAN DYE WORKS
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758 Gas, Electric Bldg. Denver, Colo.
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Manufacturers of
RUBBER STAMPS
2931 Lombard Everett
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H. C. BROWN
2825 Pine Street
Ind. 603 X Sunset 327
BICYCLES
$5.00 Down and $5.00 a Month
Motorcycles, Motorcycle Sundries and
Repairing.
ARTHUR BAILY
Sporting Goods and Hardware
Loren Thomas Frank Valller
PARIS LAUNDRY -
We gauarantee all our. work
and prices are right
2818 Grand Avenue .
Phones 1167
KITTLESON GROCERY CO.
Good Things to Eat
Phones: Ind. 47, Sun. 1540.
1701 Wetmore Aye.
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THUESON GROCERY" CO.
Agent Dr. Fahrney Medicines
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Fruit and
Vegetables
1209 Hewitt Avenue
Phones: Ind. 14X, Sunset 1354
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1912 Hewitt Aye.
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HIGH SCHOOL GROCERY
Both Phones 1166—25 th A Colby
HIGH GRADE GROCERIES

Our Motto, Quality and Service
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Staple and Fancy Groceries If
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ORGANIZATION NEWS
A M. YOST STRICKEN
WITH PARALYSIS
LOCAL EDMONDS MOURNS
~','_, FAITHFUL WORKER
The sad news ban reached the
Northwest Work** ot Urn sud
den death of Comrade C. m.
(lost, long a faithful worker of
Ixical Kdmonds. Particulars aro
wanting at this writing, a postal
card Informing us merely that
our venerable friend and com
rade was stricken with paralysis
while motoring near Leaven
worth lie was taken to the
hospital of li 111 town, but noth
ing could ho done to save his
life, and two days later this un
selfish and tireless worker for
Socialism passed away, mourned
by a wife ami several children,
Local ICdmonds, and all who
have been so fortunate as to en-
Joy his jovial comradeship. The
Northwest Worker force can but
extend to his bereaved family
their profound condolence, fool
ing with them the sorrow of a
ureal pergonal loss.
The funeral services will bo
held Thursday morning.
A M. YOST VERY ILL
AT LEAVENWORTH
EDMONDS MAN STRICKEN WHILE
ON AUTO TOUR—ALTITUDE
AND HEAT BLAMED
(From Kverett Herald)
News has reached Everett of the
j probable fatal Illness of A. M. Yost,
of Edmonds, who Is in a hospital nt
i Leavenworth, east of the mountains,
I suffering from an attack diagnosed
as paralysis of the brain.
Yost, with his family, left Ed
monds last week for a tour through
the eastern part of the state by auto.
Late Saturday ho collapsed, and was
I taken to the hospital In an uncon
scious condition, from which he has
| rallied. The breakdown Is attributed
Ito a combination of high altitude in
the summer mountains and the heat
east of the hill tops.
Yost is one of the wealthiest men
In Snohomish county. He is the own
er of the Edmonds waterworks sys
tem and an extensive property holder
there. Always has he been promi
nent in the affairs of that community,
and he is widely known throughout
the county.
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EDMONDS BANKER DIES
WHILE ON AUTO TRIP
ALLEN M. YOST SUCCUMBS TO
PARALYTIC STROKE
Allen M. Yost, 60 years old. banker
and prominent citizen of Edmonds,
died at Davenport Monday, following
a paralytic stroke he suffered while
making an automobile trip, accompan
ied by Mrs. Yost and their son Dan
iel. The funeral will be held at Ed
monds on Thursday.
Yost is survived by his wife and
eight children, John E., Daniel, Jos
eph, Jacob, Edward and Samuel, Mrs.
George Estell, living at Edmonds, and
a married daughter living at Kent.
Everett Morning Tribune.
4.—
C. E. Ogrosky, Shoe and Harnes-
Repairing, 2001 Hewitt Avenue.
Bargreen's Golden Drip Coffee. ■ Im
perial Tea Co., 1407 Hewitt Avenue.
We Wan;
Your Picture
■ Framing
Business
— on the basis of giving- you
better moulding values than
any one else.
Is it not reasonable that
the largest buyer of mould
ings in Snohomish County
should he the host able to
give you values?
Well, we are "it," so
some here for good work
mil reasonable prices,
F. B. Hawes
1608 Hewitt Aye.
THE NORTHWEST WORKER
WINNERS OF RACES
AT PICNIC SUNDAY
Fifty yd. dash (single men)— Ist, W.
S. Wonilon, box of cigars from Chris.
OttltnbMki 2nd, Peter Mushy, red silk
lie from Wonder Mercantile Co.; 3rd,
John Carlson, music from Everett Mu
sic House.
Fifty yd. dash (married men) —Ist,
F. Lockwood, vacuum lunch box from
Curran Hardware; I 2nd, A. Pomeroy,
pair of booties from Dolson & Smith;
3rd, 11. Preston, Socialist song book.
Fifty yd. dash (single women) —Ist,
Lorma Davis, box of stationery from
Dean's Drug Store; 2nd, Adolla (lair,
beauty pin from D. Kamerman; 3rd,
Winnie McNeil, powder box from The
White Co. *ArA'
Fifty' yd. dash (married women) —
Ist, Ruth Pomeroy, 2 lbs. Gold Shield
Coffee from Coast Grocery; 2nd, Mar
tha I'lnntz, bottle chow chow from
High School Grocery; 3rd, Irene Carr,
Mother (loose book.
Three-legged race (boys) —lst, Jas.
Alderdlce, pocket knife from City Drug
Store; Ist, L. Alderdlce, baseball from
Adam Mill; 2nd, Roland Hand, sheets
of music from Everett Music House;
2nd, James Oates, sheets of music
from Everett Music House.
Girls' three-legged race—lst, Jennie
Culmnn, box chocolates from Chris
Culmback; Ist, Eliza Culman, choco
lates from Chris Culmback; 2nd, Car
rie Sullivan, sheets of music from Ev
erett Music House; 2nd Margaret
Moon, sheets of music from Everett
Music House; 3rd, Lucll Plant/., So
cialist song book; 3rd, Leila Plant/,,
Socialist song book.
Boys' race (under 10) 25 yds.—lst,
('. llaynes, pair of shoes from Murray
Shoo Store; 2nd, J. Hawkins, box of
chocolates from Chris Culmback.
('.lris' race (under 14) 25 yds.—lst,
Esther Salter, marshmallows from c.
Culmback; 2nd, Winnie McNeil, choco
lates from Chris Culmback; 3rd, Mal
born Stroud, Mother Goose book; 4th,
L. Piatt, Mother Goose book.
Boys' race (over 14) 40 yds.lst,
Cecil Pomeroy, safety razor from Owl
Drug Store; 2nd, Roy Krome, sheets
of music from Everett Music Mouse.
Girls' race (over 14) 40 yds.—lst,
Korma Davis, bottle perfume from
City" Drug Store; 2nd, Jennie Culman,
sheets of music. from Everett Music
Mouse.
Hoys' race (under 14) 25 yds.—lst,
Raymond Krome, cap from Bachelder
& Cornell; 2nd,! Fred Westrom, cap
Brodeck-Field; 3rd, Harland Milton,
Mother Goose book.
, Wheelbarrow ,-race, men—lst. - B.
Preston, can of beans, High School
Grocery; Ist, Gus: Peterson, bottle of
catsup from High School Grocery; 2nd,
F. 1-ockwood, Socialist song book; 2nd,
Emll Norby, Socialist song book.
Fat men's race (40 yds.)—lst, F. A.
Blckford, large fruit cake from Vienna
Bakery; 2nd, K. Spear, Dutch Hand
Soap from West berg Grocery; 3rd,
Geo. Hoff, package of screws from I.
X. L. Hardware.
Fat women's race Ist, Mrs. John
Sullivan, 1 lb. Golden West Coffee
from Ecklunds Grocery; 2nd, Elda
Gagnon, ran of Jap-A-Lak from S. D.
Clark; 3rd, Carolln Hoff, souvenir,
plate from Imperial Tea Co.-
Egg and spoon race (women} —Ist,
Delia Cass, lace collar from Dolson &
Smith; 2nd, Lena Saterfleld, beauty
pin from D. Kamcrman; 3rd, Mrs. W.
Walters, Dutch Cleanser from West
berg Grocery.
Girls' race (under 10)—1st, Eliza
Culman, doll; 2nd, Ruth Van Dyke,
doll; 3rd, Delia Plantz, Mother Goose
book.
Wheelbarrow race (boys)— Ist, R.
Brown, candles, Wetmore Bakery;
Ist, Geo. Gutherman, candles, Wet
more Bakery; 2nd, ii. Ramsey, can
dles, Wetmoi-e Bakery; hid, 11. Mil
ton, candles, Wetmiii Bakery; 3rd,
It. Jarvls, candles, Wei more Bakery;
3rd, Oscar Ready, candies. Wet more
Bakery.
Harried men's race, GO yds.— Ist.
Max OoMrtek, l lb. Golden West Cof
fee from Eeklund's Grocery; lad, tins
Peterson, striped tie from Boston Clo.
Co.; Srd, C. Pomeroy, Sweetheart
snap, Westberg Grocery; It- F. Dock
wood, sheets of music from Everett
Music House.
EFFECTIVE PROPAGANDA
At the meeting of tin- Entertainment
Committee last Thursday evening, the
matter of canvassing the city with
"WAR, WHAT FOR?" was taken up.
Bach member present pledged herself
to do, either directly or Indirectly, all
in her power to help cover the field.
The books arc to be sold at the rate
of four for a dollar. Comrade Mrs.
Crosby agreed to take charge of the |
districting, using the regular distribu
tion cards for the purpose. With this
bunch of hustlers, there can be no
doubt as to the ultimate success of
tho project.
DENTISTS
Dr. Victor Westberg
Dr. Elvera Westberg
Office Realty Bldg.
Corner Hewitt and Colby
Phones: Ind. 394 X; Sunset 1234.
SOCIALIST PARTY
DIRECTORY*
Cards will be Inserted In this col
umn for the sum of fifty cents a
month.
NATIONAL EXECUTIVE SECRE
TARY. — Walter Kanferslek, 803
West Madison St., Chicago, 111.
STATE SECRETARY OF WASHING
TON.— L, E. Katterfield, Box 491,
Everett, Wash. Office 314 Com
merce Bldg., Everett.
BNOHOMIBH COUNTY SECRE
TARY.—CarI Ulonska, Room 3, The
Forum, 1612 California Street, Ev
erett, Wash.
LOCAL EVERETT No. 1 meets every
Friday evening at 8 In The Forum,
1612 California St., Everett. Frank
Cort, fin.-sec; Manna Crosby, rec-
sec; F. G. Crosby, organizer.
LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun
day evening at 8, In Engels' hall,
Edmonds. C. E. Brlggs, Edmonds,
recording sec; B. H. Davis, Ed
monds, financial sec.
LOCAL MONROE meets on the Ist
and 3rd Fridays in the month at 8
p. m. In the St. James hotel. It. W.
Thompson, Monroe, sec; W. S. Kel
ler, Monroe, organizer.
LOCAL CEDAR VALLEY meets on
the 2nd and 4th Saturdays In the
month at 8 p. m. In the Cedar Val
ley church. Richard Pape, R. F. D.
Edmonds, sec; J. M. H»»ver, R. F.
D. Edmonds, organizer.
LOCAL LAKEWOOD meets every
Thursday In the month at 8:30 p.m.,
In Lakewood hall. Chas. Roth, R.
1 Arlington, fin.-sec; John Over
void, R. 1 Arlington, organizer.
LOCAL RICHMOND meets every 2nd
and 4th Sunday In the month at 3 p.
m. In the homes of members. F. D.
Hoffer, R. 1 Edmonds, fin.-sec; Bon
ner Bartlett, Edmonds, rec. sec.
LOCAL GOLD BAR meets every 3rd
Sunday in the month at 2 p. m. In
the homes of members. Rufus
Wren, Gold Bar, organizer; Gustus
Fleeder, fin. sec.
LOCAL SILVANA meets every 2nd
and 4th Sunday in the month at 2
p. m. in the Silvana Trading Union
hall. Arvld N. Berg, Silvana, fin.
and rec. sec; Ole Larson, Silvana,
Organizer.
LOCAL BRYANT meets every 2nd
and 4th Sunday in the month at 2
p. m. in the homes of members.
Mike Kronholm, Bryant, fin.-sec;
Ben Montgomery, Pilchuck, or
ganizer.
LOCAL HOME ACRES meets first
Sunday afternoon of each month at
comrade Chas. Solie's residence. W.
J. Fortson, rec. sec.; Chas. Solie,
fin. sec.; Chas. Jurgus, organizer.
LOCAL MARXIAN, Seattle, meets ev
ery Thursday at 8 p. m., at 1433
Lakeside Aye. Lalla Rogers, 1433
Lakeside Aye., fin.-sec.
LOCAL ARLINGTON meets every
Monday evening at 8 p. m. in the
Labor Temple. Homer Caswell, rec.
sec. Wilford Dougherty, Fin. sec.
DOINGS AT NORTH YAKIMA
ULONSKA SCORES HEAVILY
North Yakima, Wash.,
August 15, 1915.
Dear Comrade Shipley:
Comrade Ulonska arrived here last
Saturday afternoon and we held a
street meeting in the evening with
over 400 people present. He was well
received by the audience. About $2.50
worth of literature was sold.
Heretofore the police have either
made a street speakers stop speaking
or have compelled them to move a
block from the main avenue. So we
applied for a permit to speak on the
avenue, which of course they refused
us. But we were not to he so easily
deprived of our rights, so we selected
lie best place on the avenue and start
ed speaking to a large crowd that the
Salvation Army had been kind enough
to collect for us.
The patrolman on the beat soon
hove in sight and when he saw what
was going on telephoned to headquar
ters for orders. But evidently these,
gallant protectors of the peace had
cold feet, for they did not molest us.
Sunday Comrade Ulonska spoke at
the courthouse to about 375 people,
many of whom came to hear their
first Socialist lecture. And here let
me say that I had rather have one
Henry Duhblisten to Ulonska than any
other Socialist I have ever heard. He
has a clear convincing manner and a
thorough understanding of his sub
ject. During his two-hour talk not a
person left the room. We had chal-
aged two old-party politicians to de
bate, but they did not show up.
We issued a challenge again at the
meeting, which was accepted by a
young man living here, and we hope
to arrange for the debate soon.
I. secured two subs for the N.W.W.
at the meeting.
i We have added thirteen new mem
bers to the Local at the last meeting,
and have six to be acted upon at the
next. Within a week there will be
at least ten -more, due I am sure, to
Ulonska's good work here.
TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AYE. AND SAVE MONEY
3* NEW FALL GOODS
So to make room we are going to offer many Special Inducements for
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ON EVERY ITEM YOU SAVE
35c Knitting Yarns. 30c 35c Turkish Towels... 23c
12^ 2 c Germantown Yard 10c 18c Galatea ...... 15c
Ili°. . 36-ln. White Outing -Flan i 12/zC Dre „ G, nflha ' m [ ••.... m
I-//. 7,^," «V,_i. ''«''.,' ''_'. ° 8c Apron Gingham.. .Ai'AfTTitc'
.,,, „, , ~,.,. _. .. 8c Apron Gingham 6c
12/ 2 c 27-ln. White Outing Fan- „_ 1 •> - _, __ .A
ne i " 9c 19c Tom Sawyer C10th.... ..15c
15c 36-in. Colored Outing Flan- 18c Dixie C10th........... 12/ c
nel 10c 2"c White Oil Cloth. .'...'..': .17c
10c .7-ln. Colored Outing Flan- , 20c Colored Oil Cloth ...... 15c ;
nd ... ...8c 8c Shelf Oil C10th...........5c
7c American Calicoes 5c i 2 2 c Curtain 5wi55........ 10c
10c Percales, 36 in • •••••••• 8c 25c Curtain Marquisette...".'. 19c 1
\l7 /2 t*. Percales. 36 In 10c 39c Curtain Madras...:... r.2sc'
10c Bleached Muslin 7c 15c Ladles' Sleeveless Vests.loc
.« ii Unbleached Muslin.. 59c Ladles' Union Suits... .16c
mot Si*. _d J T^ b« Linen ••49c 75c L-dies' Fleeced Union Suits
$1.25 Bleached Table Linen.,9Bc ...:....?.. 59c
75c Indian Head Napkins... .50c ' $1.25 Large' Bed Spread.'. "..95c
19c Turkish Towels 12/ 2 c $2 Cut Corner Bed Spreads.sl.69
OLSON & SMITH
THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER
SMELTER PICNIC REPORT.
The biggest and best picnic held so
far this year was pulled off at j the
Smelter picnic grounds Sunday, I Au
gust 15. About 12 o'clock the crowds
began to arrive although the different
committees had arrived some hours
earlier and had everything in readi
ness.
At 2 o'clock Comrade Carrie W. Al
len took the platform and although
booked only for an hour's talk, gave
such an interesting talk that the
hearers demanded more 1 and the time
was extended half an hour.
At 3:30 the sports commenced with
a series of interesting events which
lasted till after 5.
After the sports Comrade J. M.
■ Salter gave a very interesting talk on
the water question that is up before
the citizens of Everett at this time and
; most all went away fully resolved to
I vote for all three propositions.
Following are the receipts and ex
penditures: /
Ice cream and candy stand $29.08
Coffee and sandwich stand ____ 8.45
■ ; Nigger baby stand_________..___ 3.80
! Collection at lecture ; !______ 14.09
; j f/M'^A-' EXPENDITURES '"A'"'■■':"'.'\
. Ice cream, etc : __..___s2o.74
, Coffee and sandwiches i 5.35
Speaker . 6.00
Advertising ____________________ 3.75
Total ________.-__-__________ls3s.B4
Total receipts $55.42
Total expenditures ... 35.84
Balance $19.58
Net receipts divided equally be
tween j the City Central Committee,
County Office and ' the 7 Northwest
Worker, each receiving the sum |of
$8.52.
"SOCIALIST CROP" STILL V ..'^j:
;vy; COMING TO OFFICE
Since last report we have received
! a consignment of chickens, apples,'
; potatoes and fruit from the following:
We expect to hear from other places,
! later on but in the meantime if you
live in Everett and want a sack of
spuds call at. the office of the North
west Worker and ask us our price. V
Ten good fat chickens from H. S.
Keefer of Arlington.
Six tender young chickens from!
Mike Kronholm of Bryant. •■•
Four; sacks of 'spuds from John
Schloman of Arlington.
One sack of spuds from J. G. Nor-'
gar of Bryant. '/iVo ■
One jar of fruit, no name attached.
Half sack of apples, no name at
tached.
LECTURES HELD NEXT WEEK.
Carl Ulonska.
Tuesday 24th, Clinton; Wednesday!
25th, Freeland; Thursday 26th, Oak
Harbor; Friday 27th, Coupeville; 28th
open; Sunday 29th, Tacoma.
Emil Herman.
Monday 23rd, Cood Hope, Vancou
ver; Tuesday 24th, Vancouver; Wed
nesday 25th, Camas; Thursday 26th,
Fern Prairie; Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, Portland, Ore.
Carrie W. Allen.
Wednesday 25th, Olympia; Thurs
day 26th, Matlock; Friday 27th, Mat
lock; Saturday 28th, Hoquiam; Sun
day 29th, Aberdeen.
W. R. Snow.
Tuesday 24th, Spokane; Wednesday
25th, Oram; 26th to 29th, Coiyille.
Patronize YOUR advertisers!
The local papers have given us fa
vorable news items concerning the
lectures, and we are going ahead in
a way that is most encouraging.
ED. MAURER, Secy.
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Thursday, August 19, 1915.
Weiser's Grill
I A Good Place To .Eat I
I W. J. WEISER, Prop. ;y 1
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