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Place Your Money
It will be safe, ami where it will bring you sure
You may need it later on.
Four per cent, on Saving Deposits.
Citizens Bank <&. Trust Company
Cor. Wctmore and Hewitt
Paints, Glass, Window, Doors
Roofing and Building Paper
You can buy from us at wholesale prices. Give us a trial.
H. A. ENOELBRECHT CO.
2007 Hewitt Avenue. Everett, Wash.
FRESH CHURNED BUTTER, FRESH RANCH EGGS AND
FULL CREAM CHEESE ALWAYS ON HAND.
Watch for our Wednesday and Saturday specials.
MEADOWMOORE DAIRY STORE, 1918 Hewitt Avenue
AMERICAN DYE WORKS
S. ROBIHSOIf &KM lAJiL^ LEADING CLEANERS AND
■Ml Wetmott |sSw^ DTXBS
C. M. STEELE
Grocery and Confectionery
Stock always fresh. Least pos
PACIFIC AND GRAND
Tor high grade Watches ice
A. J. MOHN
1416 HEWITT AYE.
Everett's Reliable Jeweler
1616 Hewitt Avenue
Ind. 227 X Sun. 50C
EVERYTHING IN COMMUNITY
AUSTIN'S. 2004 Hewitt Aye.
6% MONEY 6'^ MONEY
Loans may be obtained for any pur
pose on acceptable Real Estate se
curity; liberal privileges; correspond
A. C. AGENCY COMPANY
758 Gas, Electric Bldg. Denver, Colo.
2931 Lombard Everett
1405 Hewitt Aye.
HEATING AND PLUMBING
H. C. BROWN
2825 Pine Street
Ind. 603 X Sunset 327
$5.00 Down and $5.00 a Month
Motorcycles, Motorcycle Sundries and
Sporting Goods and Hardware
Loren Thomas Frank Vallier
We gauarantee all our work
and prices are right
2818 Grand Avenue
KITTLESON GROCERY 00.
Good Thing* to Eat
Phones: Ind. 47, Sun. 1540.
1701 Wet more Ay».
J. 0. SOVDE
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND
3419 Everett Aye., Cor. Bummlt
Phones: S. S. 1818, Ind. 470
Dealer in Fancy and Staple
THUESON GROCERY CO.
Agent Dr. Fahrney Medicines
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Fruit and
1209 Hewitt Avenue
Phones: Ind. 14X, Sunset 1356
MOON & REEP
REEP GROCERY .. ..
1912 Hewitt Aye.
Phones: Sunset 197, Ind. 43?
HIGH SCHOOL GROCERY
Both Phonos 1166—25 th & Colby
HIGH GRADE GROCERIEB
Our Motto, Quality and Service
CHARLES L. LINDBLAD
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fruits, Four, Hay and Feed
Sun. 1064, Ind. 486 X
WESTBERG GROCERY .
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Phones 42 2933 Broadway
We Give Green Trading Stamps
I WOLD BROS. & WEST- I
m LUND SK
I Nineteenth and Broadway I
Dfialers in Fancy and I,
jijtl Staple Orocerles, Dry Goods, p
*j Drugs, Orain, Feed & Flour. I ,
Sun. 357 Ind. SIS I
NF.WS FROM EDMONDS
Bdmonds, Wn . Bepl 18, 1918.
■riic Labor Daj oelebratlon eonduol
id bj i '" iii Bdmonds, Brd Ward, was
quits » success, \\e had i nice orowd
moil :.ii daj Com, W, it. Snow's
tall Was well reeelveil Mid lie held
his audlenoe from stari to Finish,
We served lunch, OOnslStlng Of Ham
chowder. HahulH. pie, cake, landwiohes
ami coffee nil day and evening,
The grand ball ii> the evening wan
1 well attended.
Here's hoping tot more suooess in
C, B. IIUICCS. Secy.
OUR STAND ENDORSED
BY WOMAN REBEL
Pear Comrnde: —
Wo want to Congratulate you unit
your paper on your true Socialist pobI
! tlon on tin- war. Wo have boon watch
ing tin periodicals with much Interest
and are glad to know that some of the
comrades sec that this Is merely a
capitalist war. None of us felt it our
duty to shoulder arms to fight to help
Rockefeller In organising his National
OH Trust and we should feel the same
way about helping the organization of
International Capitalism' or, World
Monopoly. Wo may bo unable to pre
. I vent these things but It is not our
With best wishes for the success of
your work from all the comrades hero,
'. I am,
MART E. MAHCY.
North Yakima, Sept. 8, 1915.
Comrade Shipley: —
At the Yakima Trades and Labor
Council this evening your speech was
spoken of as the best Labor Day ad
dress we ever had in North Yakima,
and it was very much regretted by all
that we could not give you at least
two hours to talk to us. Everybody
I was satisfied. 1 haven't heard a word
lof criticism from anyone.
I would like to ask you not to con
sider speaking anywhere else next
year until you have heard from North
Yours in revolt,
The following comrades have do-
Inated the amount opposite their names
jto the campaign fund for the election
| of three commissioners to the city of
X M. Salter $10.00
Emll Norby 5.00
! Frank Shephard 2.00
<C. XV. Daniels 1.00
Address all monies to W. E. Ander
son, care Campaign Committee, lf>l2
California St., Everett, Was.
The following comrades have been
busy (luring the P:ikl tWO weeks copy
ing the names of the voters of the
city of Evereti In preparation for the
Edna V. Toler
W. I. Toler
Nellie M, Dafoe
Laura L. Boer
i Mrs. Engstrom.
At the trade union conference in
London, EJng., the representatives of
nearly 3,000,000 organized workers de
clared that an attempt, to introduce
I conscription would be met with resis
tance by the unions. Conscription was
to be discussed when the British cab
inet met on Sept. 9 but they failed to
discuHS it after the above declaration
had been made.
ON THE FOAMY DEEP
"Here's a nickel," said a thrifty
housewife to a tramp at the door.
"Now, what are yon going to do with
"Well, mum," replied the hungry
man, "If I huy a touring car, I shan't
bave enough left to pay my chauffeur;
if I purchase a steam yacht, there
won't he enough left to defray the cost
of manning her; so I guess, mum, I'll
just get a schooner and handle her
It's a sight the way some pious peo
ple strain at Belgium and swallow
THE NORTHWEST WORKER
TIME TO ACT
We IlllVe ISKIIed II cilll for funds |~
carry <>n the olty of Bvereti campaign
We have received bul very little re
gponse to that appeal to dun. \\v
"iiiit to drive home to you Hi., im
portance of tiii H election to the So-
Olallli movement not only In the conn
iv of Bnohomlth, bul in the State of
Washington The ohancei for elect
Ing three commissioners are in our
tavor becauie no one has yet been
found llnil coii|,| find (Hull with the
actions or Commissioner Baiter, lint
hundreds have been round (but have
praised his work. Having satisfied
themselves Hint the Socialists are
working for lh<> best Interest of those
that live In the city or Everett It would
be only natural to suppose thai they
would look favorably upon the other
nominees of the Socialist Party.
Thin condition of affairs makes It
possible for tho citizens to nt least
give uk a show by reading our litera
ture and this Is our opportunity. Once
we can got an unprejudiced person
raiding our literature and victory Is
indeed In light This, then, is our op
portunity, but If we are not In a posi
tion to hand out the literature neces-
Nary to the education of the masses,
then victory is not within such easy
reach as it otherwise might be.
Every ten cents received by the
campaign committee between now and
election day will make it possible for
us to drive home to one voter the
principles of Socialism and the neces
sity of electing a working-class ticket
to office in the November elections.
Do not hold up your money any long
er. You are losing Valuable time.
Send your mite at once to the Cnm
paign Committee, 1012 California St.,
THE "SOCIALIST CROP"
We still continue to receive consign
ments of produce from the farmer So
cialists. We have received produce,
from the following since the last re
John W. Morris, Arlington, 3 sacks
of potatoes, one sack of onions, one
sack of corn and four cases of prunes.
Chas. Jlonahue, Arlington, one sack
Also received two sacks of spuds
that have not been credited to any
one because we do not know who sent
By Frans Bostrom
The displeasure expressed by C. W.
G. in your last issue concerning the
pleasantries penned by W. 0. R. Un
der the head "Ye Party Colyum," re
minds me that it is about time to
make an acknowledgment which has
been due for some time.
I am in charge of the Socialist
headquarters at Tacoma and a good
many Socialists are in the habit of
dropping in to me to exchange ideas.
Very many of them have enthused
over the fact, that we have amongst
us an incipient "Bill Nye." and I have
yet to meet the first one who hasn't
a good word to say when asked for an
opinion. Socialism, although a seri
ous problem, docs not necessarily
mean gnashing of teeth anil weeping
of tears, Humor, sarcasm and irony
ftra about as good ways ;is :iny when
it. comes to doing a little reasoning.
I know of a Socialist back East who
hasn't anything in the world to com
mend him except his streak of sun
shine and good humor, unless it be bis
German pronunciation, and the Nation
al Committee once elected him our
National Chairman. T do not mention
this as an instance of unusual Intelli
gence on the part of the committee,
but to prove the power of blarney
over simple minds.
I read "Ye Party Colyum" with avid
ity. It should he taken as dessert
after the less toothsome and digestible
dissertations of Fingarson and Prole
taria Hill. Hut like a kid I start in
with the pudding and pie and very
often I feel no taste for bacon and
beans on the top of it. To be frank,
I don't like such things nohow. They
are mostly half cooked or half baked
and dished out in too big chunks to
make them appetizing. And so 1 hope
Hun W. C. R. will continue to serve
us with his exquisite dainties, and not
mind the grouch of a mental dyspep
A "hero" is a corpse that was shot
full of holes in the interest of his
in lister's pocket book. —Ex.
A REAL GOOD TIME
"Here is five cents," said the grave
man; "but mind you, I'm not giving
it because you deserve it, but be
cause it pleases me." "Thank you, sir,"
replied the good-natured tramp, "but
why not make, it a quarter, and have
a real good time?"—Ex.
C. E. Ogrosky, Glove and Shoe Re
pairing, 2001 Hewitt Avenue.
Cards win in- in: i rted In this col
umn for lho pum of fifty cents a
NATIONAL EXECUTIVE SECRE
TARY. — Walter /-anferslek, 803
\\'(>Ht Madison St., CMoago, hi.
STATE SECRETARY OF WASHING
TON.—I,. D. Kntlerfieid, Box 491,
Bverett, Wash, orflce 314 Com
msrm Hldg., Everett.
BNOHOMISH COUNTY SECRE
TARY.—CurI Ulonskft, Room 3, The
Forum, 1612 California Street, Ev
LOCAL EVERETT No. 1 meets every
Friday evening at 8 In The Forum,
1612 California St., Everett. Frank
Cort, fln.-soo.; Hnnna Crosby, rec
sec; F. (!. 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.
I). Edmonds, organizer.
LOCAL LAKEWOOD meets every
Thursday in the month at 8:30 p.m.,
In I,akowood hall. Chas. Roth, R.
1 Arlington, fin.-sec.; John Over
void, H. 1 Arlington, organizer.
LOCAL RICHMOND meets every 2nd
and 4th Sunday In the month at 3 p.
tn. In the homos 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 BILVANA meets every 2nd
and 4th Sunday in the month at 2
p. m. in the Sllvana Trading Union
hall. Arvid N. Berg, Sllvana, fin.
and rec. sec; Ole Larson, Silvana,
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;
Oscar Carlson, R.F.D. 34, Arlington,
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.
"Mandy," said the old woman to
her daughter just back from a day's
washing. "Mandy, wlmt-all did Mis'
Sally done say t 1 yo'?"
"She done say," repeated Handy sol
emnly and impressively, "'Mandy,
does yo' know dat yo' persesses a im
mor-tal soul?" "
"Lan" sakes, Mandy! An' whut did
"Ah Bayed," answered Mandy flip
pantly, "'Ah don' care!'" —Times of
Matting Suit Cases, Ladies' Hand
Bags, Umbrellas and Repairing. Ev
erett Trunk Factory, 2815 Rockefeller.
Gymnasium suits and shoes,
football and athletic goods at
Arthur Baily Sporting Goods
and Hardware Store.
jp^^i pr R E pr
''■ ■^^SSS^^-- Tuesday, 21st
Repairing, as soldering, lost screws,
etc., of your Glasses
STEVENS 2004 Hewitt Avenue
HOMEMADE BREAD A SPECIALTY
Phone 324 X (Ind.)
Best Shop in the City for—
2010 Hewitt, Next Broadway Theatre
Three volumes (new) $1.50
HILL'S BOOK STORE
Colby Aye. i
TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AYE, AND SAVE MONEY
OUR REGULAR PRICES ARE ALWAYS LOWER THAN
OTHER STORES' SALES PRICES
OUR MOTTO: BETTER GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY
SAME GOODS FOR LESS
36c Knitting Yarns 30c 20c, Colors] Oil Cloth 15c
: i Oermantown Yarns 10c 8o Shelf Oil Cloth 5c
15c 86-ln. White Outing Flannel 12% c Curtain Swiss 10c
10c 25c Curtain Afarquleotte 19c
1 2V,c 27in. White Outing Fiannel 39c Curtain Madras 25c
9c 75c ladies' Fleeced Union Suits
15c 86-ln. Colored Outing Flan- 59 C
nfl 10c $1.25 Large Bed Spreads! '.. '.', .95c
Htc 27-in. Colored Outing Flan- $2 Cut-Corner Bed Spreads. .$1.69
rlel 7c 75c Cotton Blankets 65c
7c American Calicoes 5c $1.25 Cotton Blankets 95c
10c Percales, 36 ins 8c $1.50 Cotton Blankets $1.19
12V 2 c Percales 10c $1.75 Cotton Blankets $1.49
7c L. 1,. Unbleached Muslin 5c $2.49 Woolnap Blankets $2.00
660 rtleached Table Linen 59c $3.75 Woolnap Blankets $2.95
$1.25 Bleached Table Linen... 9Bc 75c Fleece Lined Union Suits.s9c
7.jc Indian Head Napkins 50c $2.50 Silk and Wool Union Suits
19c Turkish Towels 12!/ 2 c I $1.50
35c Turkißh Towels 23c 75c Men's Dressf Shirts. ..... .59c
18c Galatea 15c $1.25 Men's Dre*s Shirts 95c
)^'^c Dress Gingham 10c 50c Wool Dress/Goods 39c
Xc Apron Gingham 6c 65c Wool Dress' Goods 50c
19c Tom Sawyer Cloth 15c $1.25 Wool Dress Goods... 95c
18c Dixie Cloth 12/ 2 c $1.75 Wool Mixed Bats $1.50
20c White Oil Cloth 17c $2.50 All Wool Bats $2.25
DOLSON 4J 1
THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER
GEM DYE WORKS
SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED, $1.00
2810 Wetmore Avenue
Phone: Sunset 516 Phone: Ind. 663 X
Dr. Victor Westberg
Dr. Elvera Westberg
Office Realty Bldg.
Corner Hewitt and Colby
Phones: Ind. 394 X; Sunset 1234.
Let us do your Transfer work.
For quick service phone us.
Stand phone: Ind. 1268Z
House phone: Ind. 296 X
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Brisbane Hall, Wilwaukee, Wis.
STOVES AND RANGES
Second-hand Goods Bought and Sold
W. D. JOHNSON
2916 Rucker Both Phones
Fresh Milk and Cream DeliTerei to All
Parti of the City
In<J- 271 Sunset 1835
26th and Broadway
THE EVERETT DAIRY
for rich fresh milk, cream or
Phones: Ind. 708 X, Sunset 616
I When In the North End drop $>
in at— f
19th AND BROADWAY
For Your Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft ]
Drinks, Candy and Ice Cream %
PETE SHARPLESS, Prop. |
UNION MADE SHOES
MURRY SHOE CO.
1715 Hewitt Sunset 1141
Tli'ursvlay, September 16, 1915.
A Good Place To Eat
W. J. WEISER, Prop.
UNION OYSTER AND
. CARL ERICKSON, Prop.
We Cater to the Working Men
1717/ 2 Hewitt Avenue
ALL WHITE HELP
~ i i ■ . .■«.•,,.
; ; HOTEL LOMBARD
< > 1922 Hewitt Aye.
X Rooms 50c, 75c, $1
<. Phone Ind. 498 X
<• . Socialist literature t always -on -
j, . the table
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Call for Royal Bread at your
Grocers; also Old Fashion Salt
Rising, made at
B. F. Daniels
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♦ .... --ii! | |ri
\ CITY DRUG STORE "i
t 1910 Hewitt Aye.
\ Free delivery to any part of
T the city. Ask for Green Trading
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| M. H. CLAUSEN
& For Fresh Roasted Coffee and
% . Delicious Tea
| Phone 581 2813 Rockefeller
I GOLDFINCH BROTHERS \
I Wall Papers, Paints, Glass <
I 2812 Rucker Avenue i. <
% Both Phones 285 <
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CARL REICHELT, Prop.
COMMERCE BARBER SHOP
Commerce Bldg., Everett, Wart.
Two Good Baths
*---r»T.-......... J ...._ JJ _
' Northern Transfer Co.
, No hauling too large or amall \
J Storage In connection
* Office phone Ind. 292. Sun. 11l '<
\ Residence Ind. 41T I
J 3006 McDOUQALL AVC. \
I Thompson's 1
X Hewitt Aye., Near Maple Bt. 1
f Hewitt Aye., Near Maple Bt. 4
& Something for Everybody 2
Capitalism wants the poor to remain
contented while it picks their pennies
from their pockets.