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"Ye Shall Know the Truth, and the Truth Will Make You Free "--Jesus
Place Your Money
WHERE
It will be safe, and where it will bring you sure
rttvras.
You may need it later on.
Four per cent, on Saving Deposits.
Citizens Bank ®. Trust Company
Cor. Wetraore and Hewitt
I Paints, Glass, Window, Doors
j 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.
I
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 I
HERRETT & BAUCHWITZ [»gLA\ LEADING CLEANERS AND I
2821 Wetmore -^SfiK^> DYERS £
.1 Phone! 948 • 73*)g*?fe§? A
C. M. STEELE
Grocery and Confectionery
Stock always fresh. Least pos
sible prices
PACIFIC AND GRAND
For high grade Watches tee
A. J. MOHN
1416 HEWITT AYE.
D. KAMERMAN
Everett's Reliable Jeweler
1616 Hewitt Avenue
Ind. 227 X Sun. 500
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EVERYTHING IN COMMUNITY
SILVER
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
ence solicited.
A. C. AGENCY COMPANY
758 Gas, Electric Bldg. Denver, Colo.
The
Commercial Press
Printers
Manufacturers of
RUBBER STAMPS
2931 Lombard Everett
Chris Culmback
FOR
TOBACCO
CIGARS
CANDIES
1405 Hewitt Aye.
PHONES 237
FOR
HEATING AND PLUMBING
CALL
H. C. BROWN
2825 Pine Street
Ind. 603 X Sunset 327
WOMSLEY GROCERY
HOME-MADE BREAD A SPECIALTY
1203 Broadway
Phone 324 X (Ind.)
Loren Thomas Frank Valller
PARIS LAUNDRY
We gauarantee all our work
and prices are right
2818 Grand Avenue
Phones 1157
KITTLESON GROCERY CO.
Good Things to Eat
Phones: Ind. 47, Sun. 1540.
1701 Wetmore Ay».
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J. C. SOVDE
GROCERIES, DRY GOOOB AND
NOTIONS
3419 Everett Ay., Cor. Summit
Phones: S. S. 1118, Ind. 470
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EDW. ECKLTTND I
Dealer in Fancy and Staple !
oßoontnui \\
2707 Wetmore |
"th'ueson" grocery' bo."
Agent Dr. Fahrney Medicines
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Fruit and
Vegetable*
120* Hewitt Avenue
Phones: Ind. 14X, Sunset 135*
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MOON & REEP
Successors to
REEP GROCERY .. ..
1912 Hewitt Aye.
Phones: Sunset 197, Ind. 437
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HIGH SCHOOL GROCERY
Both Phonos —25th 4 Colby
HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
, Our Motto, Quality and Service
\ CHARLES L. LINBBLAD |
I Staple and Fancy Groceries, f
> Fruits, Flour, Hay and Feed 1
> Sun. 1064, Ind. 466 X |
I LOWELL WASH. J
I WOLD BROS. & WEST- I
LUND ■
I Nineteenth and Broadway H
Dealers in Fancy and I
Staple Groceries, Dry Goods, I
I Drugs, Grain, Feed ft Flour. I
I Sum. 357 Ind. 315 I
WESTBERG GROCERY .
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Phones 42 2933 Broadway
We Give Green Trading Stamps
EVERETT, WASH.
THE NORTHWEST WORKER
\ THE CLIQUE
What is ii clique? Tls a body of men
Who attend every meeting, not Jutt
now And then,
Who don't mill a meeting unless they
arc Hick.
These are the men Hint the grouch
i'iiiih the clique;
Who don't make b farce of the sacred
word "Brother,"
Who believe in the motto, "Help one
another,"
Who never resort to a dishonest
trick,
These u*e the men whom lome call
clique.
The nun who are seldom behind In
their dues,
And who, from the meeting!, do not
carry news;
Who attend to their duties and visit
lilt- sick,
These are the men that the cranks
call the clique;
We should ail be proud of members
like these,
They can call them the clique or what
ever they please;
They never attempt any duties to
dodge,
These are the ollque that run most
ever) lodge,
But there are some people who always
find fault,
And most of this kind are not worth
their salt;
They like to start trouble, but sel
dom will stick,
They put all the work on the so-called
clique. — Ex.
To Aid Joe Hill
RESOLUTIONS
Adoptf^l at ti meeting of the clti-
X us df Everett, at the People's Thea
ter, Sept. 22nd. 1915.
To William Spry,
Governor, State of Utah:
WHEREAS, Joseph Hillstrom, now
under sentence to be shot on October
Ist, 1915. for a crime, which, in our
judgment, he did not commit, and
WHEREAS, The pardon board, be
ing composed of three supreme court
judges who had previously denied him
a new trial, and now refuse him a
pardon, and
WHEREAS, It is plainly evident
that the whole trial has been a farce
concocted for the sole purpose of dis
posing of rebellious spirits,
BE IT RESOLVED, That this meet
ing composed of citizens of the city
of Everett, in the State of Washing
ton, held in the People's Theatre, Wed
nesday, Sept. 22nd, at 8 o'clock p.m.,
do hereby DEMAND of the Governor
of Utah that the death sentence in
the case of the said Joseph Hillstrom
be set aside AND A NEW TRIAL
GRANTED.
"PRACTICAL" CAPITALISM
ONE BILLION DOLLARS
The Allies are now trying to borrow
one billion dollars in tho United
States. This one billion dollars in
America would buy—
20,000,000,000 loaves of bread.
9,090,909,000 gallons of gasoline.
200,000,')ilO pairs of men's Shoes.
4,000,000,000 pain of socka.
2,000,000 pianos.
500,000,000 men's shirts at $2 each.
166,666,666 tons or soft coal.
Will keep 83,333,334 families for one
week at. $12, or will keep 1,002,564
families for one year at $12 per week,
AN*i 11 pay for 2,000,000 boys' college
education for one year,
Will buy homes lor 200,000 at $5000
apiece,
20,000,000,000 "■ him!'; of sugar.
200,000,000 barrels of flour.
lo,iioo,o(io,(ioo 10-ci hi cigars.
1.000,000,000 pairs of baby shoes,
13,333,334 cows at $75 each.
10,000,000 horses at $100 each.
22,000,000 hales of cotton at. 10%
cents a pound (which is more; cotton
than this country raises.)
4,000,000,000 dozen eggs at 25 cents
a dozen.
40,000,000 suits of clothes at $25.00
each.
5,555,555,550 pounds of dressed ribs
of beef at the present market price,
THIS SUM OF MONEY WILL
BE USED BY THE BRITISH
GOVERNMENT IN FIFTY DAYS,
THE WAR COSTING $20,000,000
EACH TWENTY-FOUR HOURS.
A "GOOD" MAN (?)
A former mayor of Hartford, Conn.,
has confessed to embezzling $36,000
from a local savings bank. He wasn't
a Socialist. He was a "good man";
thai is to say, a Republican or a i»> mo
crat, and It really doesn't matter
which. I fence, his "confiscation of
capital" in really a venial offense.
WIRELESS FLASHES
Dy Watts
Whatever you do. don't study So
olallsm, You might beoome dlsoon
tented With your lot, loose your love
for work and deprive the capitalist
of the opportunity lo exploit you.
TWO dollars and B half ii day for a
man ami a dollar and a iwiif v day for
a woman ih a magnificent wage for a
nation whose wealth of 1187,000,000,
--000 has been bulll up by the sweat
and blOOd Of llichc very men and wom
en. Are you proud of It.
The workers' paradise a Hteiuly joh
in gradually reoedlng from their
ii p Abolish the wage system and
some idea1: of paradise will be con
ceptions of hell.
Foodstuffs and medicines are adul
terated *7 per eenl. ami yet. Ihou
Hands of tons of good foodstuffs are
destroyed every year because an over
tocked market reduces the price, If
societ] collectively owned what they
collectively produced, there would lie
no necessity to destroy anything, In
Tart it would he foolish,
When you are out In the wood
working tor some gunny Hack con
tractor and bli aping In a rermln rid
den buukhOUSe, does il not make you
(eel in to think that Socialism will
destroy the HOME YOUR HOME]?
Seven mtlllona of our population
own no home of their own. Yei there
are millions of acres or land covered
with good standing timber, ready to
be em ■mil 5,000,000 unemployed ready
and willing to cut it Into lumber and
build homes for themselves and their
fellow men. Collective ownership of
the land, forests and Factories would
solve the unemployed problem and
ilie other evils of present-day society.
Socialists are put into office to leg
islate in the interest of the working
class. Other candidates are in office
primarily for the purpose of legislat
ing in the interest of the master class.
All the activities of the race, physi
cal, mental and moral; all the institu
tions, civil and military, religion! and
profane, political and economic, exist
ing in any given state of social or
ganization are moulded or shaped by
the methods of wealth production in
that state. This is the only scientific
conception of history.
Forty-four families possess aggre
gate Incomes totaling at least fifty
millions a year in this country and
every cent of it is made by the sweat
and blood of American workers. YOU
are helping to produce those millions.
Why don't. YOU help usher in a sys
tem of society wherein all that is pro
duced will be owned by those that
produce it. You have nothing to lose
by helping to usher in this system.
Income tax returns show that there
are 1598 fortunes yielding an income
of $100,000 per year and over in the
United States. This is the result of
the workers DIVIDING UP with the
capitalist class. The workers get one
fifth and the master four-fifths. How
do YOU like this plan of dividing up?
Socialism rises out of the antagon
ism existing between the laborer and
tin' capitalist; it has its basis on the
Can a Catholic Be a Socialist?
In a recent number of the National
Socialist, lo settle a wager, Fn d
Hurst wanted to know if there were
any Socialists in good standing in
the Catholic church. The following
replies were In the August number:
John M. Copplnger: "I have been
a red-card member for seven yean
and a Catholic in good I tandlng all
my life. It is impossible to be Chris
tian, not alone a Catholic, and be op
posed to the principles of Socialism."
B. F. At wood: "Tell Comrade Hurst
thai lli<! Socialist movement in South
Dakota was organized by a Catholic
priest. He is not only a father in the
church, but a father of Socialism in
CAMPAIGN FUND
Have you sent in your share of the
campaign fund? This is a working-.
Hi-lit ami it is up to the work
ins class to support it. Send in your
money today to W. E. Anderson. 1612
California si. Ml donations will be
published in a later edition.
'.ar is now leadini the Ru
sian armies, but we don't know by
just how far. —Columbia State.
Now is the time to boost the sub
scription list.
separation or the laborer From Hi"
tna< hlnery of wealth production,
Before you can work, you must nsk
leave o| some owner of a factory, mil!
or mine, or in other words of a cap!
taiisi. Begging Ih prohibited hy law
except In this one Instance. You can
I" i lor work and you wili be allowed
to beg for work a» loiik as the master
owim till factory. When you and the
rest of the workers own the factory
you win not have to beg for work.
Child labor Is cheaper than adult
labor, Then why should the master
■ la employ the dearest kind of la
bor? You cannot export them tO.
Child labor laws are in most cases a
faree1. Take away the Incentive to
maiie profit itnd child labor win be
come unnecessary, Socialism will
mean the abolition of profit.
The working clans must, capture ev
ery kind of political office in order |.o
legislate In the Intenest of that class.
Hence our effort to capture the mu
nicipal offices. If you want working
class legislation, then put members of
your class in office. The Socialist
ticket i H the organized expression of
the working class.
FREE LEGAL
DEPARTMENT OF THE
NORTHWEST WORKER
Address all questions to At
torney Peter Husby, 215 Stokes
Bldg., Everett, Wash.
Editor's Note: Free legal advice on
any subject is given in this column to
Washington Socialist subscribers. Are
not fifty-two copies of this paper and
a legal adviser for a year worth $1.00?
Tell your neighbors about this great
offer.
Q. We are notified that a few days
ago a law was passed compelling us
of B and vicinity to shut up
all stock, including cows. Now, there
are 12,000 acres here and nearly 100
families, and about 100 acres cleared
in different garden spots. We have
no roads only as we make them our
selves from one neighbor to another.
If such a law has been passed, is there
any way we could overthrow it? Does
it take a certain per cent, of the peo
ple to do such a thing? And does it
take a certain per cent, of the cleared
'land?
j —Secy- of B. Local.
A. There is no stock district in or
near B at present, nor any in
the process of formation.
The law provides that a stock dis
trict, wherein no live stock of any
! kind shall be permitted to run at
large, may be formed by order of the
county commissioners, whenever ten
residents of the proposed district pe
tition therefor, and after notices have
] been posted or published for a hear
ing, and after a hearing has been had
where all interested may be heard
[ upon the question of whether a dis
trict shall be created or not.
The county commissioners create
I the district by order, and they alone
i can vacate the district, and by the
same proceedings.
It is immaterial what per cent, of
cleared land there is in the proposed
district, ;is far as the law is concern
ed: but it is really the one important
question when it comes to determin
ing whether a district should be form
ed or not.
this state. The fourteenth ward in
Milwaukee is 90 per cent. Catholic
and it has given a Socialist majority
for six years."
Albert .1. Welch, Catholic and So
cialist Alderman of Milwaukee: "It is
the only party Tor any sincere Catho
lic to belong to. it is the only party
(hat any professed Christian can af
filiate with without doing violence to
hie conscience. I joined the Socialist
l'arty because it represents my eco
nomic interest. I claim that my Cath
olic training has done much to make,
me a sincere Socialist."
Hurst adds: "There are thousands
of other Catholics in the movement
who feel the same, as I do."
TO OUR READERS
A little effort on the part of a few
of our Everett readers has resulted
in more merchants advertising or in
creasing their ads in The Northwest
Worker. We want to draw our read
ers' attention to the change of own
ers of the American Dye Works. Let
the new owners know why you deal
there. Ed Wahl has taken up a good
sized space, and The Everett Baths
iincl Barber Shop has increased the
size of its ad. Make it a point to tell
the merchants why you patronize
them.
TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AYE. AND SAVE MONEY
750 Pairs of Blankets
on Sale
75c BLANKETS 65c $1 .| 25 BLANKETS 95c
Cotton Bheet Blankets, fair lisa; .Cotton Sheet Blankets, good
?5c° r8 ! Uhip O rI ce nd. ££?. .W?^ 81Z. e;.. ™*. .Sal ° »j£
$1.50 BLANKETS $1.19 $175 BLANKETS $1.49
Extra large cotton Blanket.- 12-4 Cotton Blankets, heavy
colors White, tan, gray; worth weight; colors white, tan, gray;
$1.60. Sale price $1. 19 worth $1.75. Sale price... $1.49
$2.49 BLANKETS $2.00 $2 . 98 BLANKETS $2.40
Wool nap Blankets, colors white, Large size Wool-nap Blankets in
tan and gray; worth $2.49. Sale pretty plaids; worth $2.98. Sale
price $2.00 price * .40
$3.00 BLANKETS $2.70 ' $3 .50 BLANKETS $2.95
l'frt,.cH;^ U) wwan^ ankts ' "*™ 72x80 Wool-nap Blankets in pret
wsSß^r:.^ P y ri cePlaid. B:.. .w? rt. h. .$3; 50;. .S
DOL SO N & S M ITH
THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER
GEM DYE WORKS
SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED, $1.00
2810 Wetmore Avenue
Phone: Sunset 516 phone; (nd 6g3x
DENTISTS
Dr. Victor Westberg
Dr. Elvera Westberg
Office Realty Bldg.
Corner Hewitt and Colby
Phones: Ind. 394 X; Sunset 1234.
EBERT TRANSFER
Let us do your Transfer work.
For quick service phone us.
Stand phone: Ind. 1268Z
House phone: Ind. 298 X
LONDON CAFE
UNION HOUSE
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
2013 Hewitt
JOHN P. JERREAD
Undertaker and Embalraer
Phone Main 230
EVERETT, WASH.
PETER HUSBY
Attorney at Law
Room 215 Stokes Bldg.
161«% Hswltt Ay*.
DR. K. I. KOBBERVIQ
DENTIST
406-8 Commerce- Bldg.
Phones: Ind. 163. Sun. 436
Pioneer-Alpine Dairy
Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered to All
Parti of the City
Ind. 271 Sunset 1835
26th and Broadway
THE EVERETT DAIRY
for rich fresh milk, cream or
butter
Phones: Ind. 708 X, Sunset 61<
When In the North End drop
In at —
PETE'S PLACE
19th AND BROADWAY
For Your Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft
Drinks, Candy and Ice Cream
PETE SHARPLESS, Prop.
......... ..»;>.•s!. -Sv«v«^j>/;v^»vSy *, .vs..
AN INVITATION TO YOU
If this paper reaches you asa sample copy, it is an invitation
to you to subscribe. You will find The Northwest Worker one of
the most interesting of publications, for it deals with the live, vital
■ questions of the hour. Its sole aim is to set, forth the ideas that
■ make for the advance of the working class of those whose toil
makes the world worth living in.
Enclosed find f or w hich tend me
The Northwest Worker for
Name
P. 0
Thursday, September .'if), 1915.
Weiser's Grill
A Good Place To Eat
VV. J. WEISER, Prop.
UNION OYSTER AND
CHOP HOUSE
CARL ERICKSON, Prop.
We Cater to the Working Men
1717!/ 2 Hewitt Avenue
ALL WHITE HELP
Call for Royal Bread at your
rocers; also Old Fashion 8a
Rising, made at
VD3NNA BAKERY
B. F. Daniels
CITY DRUG STORE
1910 Hewitt Aye.
Free delivery to any part of
the city. Ask for Green Trading
Stamps.
See
M. H. CLAUSEN
Fop Fresh Roasted Coffee and
Delicious Tea
Phone 581 2813 Rockefeller
GOLDFINCH BROTHERS
Wall Papers, Paints, Glass
2812 Rucker Avenue
Both Phones 285
CARL REICHELT, Prop.
COMMERCE BARBER SHOP
Commerce Bldg., Everett, Waih.
Two Goo* Baths
Northern Transfer Co. {
t No hauling too large or small ,
♦ Storage In connection
t Office phone Ind. 292, Sun. 11l <
, Residence Ind. 41T
J 3006 McDOUGALL AYE. J

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