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Thursday, Nuvember 25, I.M >.
B ACHELDEH ® CORNEIL
for Men and Boys
The Wonder Mercantile Co.
Up-to-Dftte Clothing Store
MTABLIBHn II YEAR*
Hewitt and Hoyt ft. Te« * Boa, Pr»j«
PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER
MEN'S CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY
"EVERETT'S LIVE WIRE"
ALWAYS THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN
5c Riverside Movie House 5c
To Produce Growers:
The City Council of Everett has reserved a portion of Cali
fornia Street for market purposes. A covered stall has been
built for produce growers to display their products. No charge
is made for the use of the stall or street. Saturday is market
day. Bring in your products and cut out the middleman's
price. The market is located at
1900 Block, California St.
Call for Royal Bread at your
Grocers; also Old Fashion Salt
Rising, made at
B. F. Daniels
UNION OYSTER AND
CAJIL ERICKSON, Pro».
We Cater to the Working Men
1717|/ 2 Hewitt Avenue
ALL WHITE HELP
A Good Place To Eat
W. J. WEISER, Prop.
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
Essex Electric Shoe Repair Plant
Opposite Mitchell Hotel
POCKET SHOPPING GUIDE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for the County
In the Matter of the Estate of Frank
Sylvester Misho, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, Lillian G. Misho, adminis
tratrix of the estate of Frank Sylves
ter Misho, deceased, to the creditors'
and all persons having claims against
said deceased, to exhibit them with
the necessary vouchers within one
year after the first publication of thin
notice, to-wit: within one year from
the 25th day of November, 1915, to
said administratrix at the office of
Peter Husby, 215 Stokes Bldg., Ever
ett, Washington, the same being the
place for the transaction of the busi
ness of said estate.
LILLIAN G. MISHO,
Administratrix with the Will Annexed
of the Estate of Prank Sylvester
Attorney for Administratrix,
215 Stokes Bldg., Everett, Wash.
Date of first publication, November
25th, 1915. 4t
"War, What For?" Is for sale by
'The Northwest Worker at 25c, post
paid, or 5 copies for $1.
Don't forget the big doings at Bir
mingham. Look up the details on the
Broadway Theatre, 2012 Hewitt.
Peter Husby, 216 Stokes Bldg.
Carl Reichelt, Commerce Bldg.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Model Sample, upstairs, 1808 Hewitt.
Fisher, Hewitt and Wetmore.
Wonder Mercantile, Hewitt & Hoyt.
Riley Cooley, 1712 Hewitt.
Murray Shoe Co., 1715 Hewitt.
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING
C. E. Ogrosky, 2001 Hewitt.
Qeo. Schmick, 2010 Hewitt.
Galloway Bros., 1!I14 Hewitt.
BILLIARDS AND POOL
Pastime Pool Rooms, Hewitt and
Citizens Bank, Wetmore and Hewitt.
New Vienna Bakery, 1409 Hewitt.
Hill's Hook Store, 2929 Colby.
Chris Culmback, 1405 Hewitt.
Boston Clothing Co., 1611 Hewitt,
Bacbelder & Cornell, Hewitt and
NEWS AND VIEWS
HOW PRORPERITY IS
HELPING THE WORKERS
The iiiiri'iui hi' i,;ihoi Statlitlci of
iin> United Statei Department <>f La
bor ini'i Inucd m luintnary <>r the re
huHh of the third study Into the lerlei
of Investigation! being made Into nn>
employment in 12 weitern oHlch, of
Butte, i.i'h Angelei, Oakland, Orden,
Portland) Baoramento, suii Lake City,
San uicK", Ban PranoiioOi Seattle,
Bpokanc and Taooma, mil of n. total
of nt!,ri:!7 faniin<>R oanvaued, haTlni
a wage <>arnltiK population of 48,888 ilt
wan found thnt 8,873 or 12.9 per cont.
wore entirely out <>f employment and
0,071 or 20.2 per rent, wore employed
only part time. This cuiiviihh took
Into I'oiiflldprutlon only thon<> worUci'K
who havo sonio pcrmjinoncy of ronl
denoe und did not rovor Iho IminonHo
population of KlnorantH In then Oltlei.
ONE SURE GAIN OF WAR
The complete overthrow of the fal
lacy that propurodncßß for war Ih a
guarantee of peace Ih one sure gain
of tin- wnr. Tho century of peaco be
tween Hrltain and America has been
maintained by means of an "unguard
ed frontier, and a chain of lakeß on
which, by mutual agreement, no war
ship ever sails." Among European
nations tho very preparations they
have made to defend themselveß
against each other have constituted
their greatest peril, and after tho war
tho peoples may come to see that any
kind of military equipment is much
more a menace that a protection. We
have disarmed the Individual citizen
to secure his greater safety, and it
certainly scorns that disarmament Is
the method whereby a saner and surer
protection for the nations will bo es
tablished. —Melbourne Socialist.
'BULL DOG" BLUFF
Sir Edward Grey, secretary for for
eign affairs, made this written reply
to a parliamentary question:
"in our view, the condition! of
peace must fulfill those laid down by
the prime minister, Nov. o, 1914. It
is very desirable that it .should be
understood once and for all that this
is the determination of the govern
ment, collectively and individually,
and of the nation."
Premier Asquith's historic pledge,
thus reaffirmed, is:
"We shall not sheathe the sword
which we have not lightly drawn, un
til Belgium has recovered more than
she has sacrificed; until France is
adequately secured against menace;
until the rights of the smaller nation
alities have been pledged upon an un
assailable foundation, and until the
military domiation of Prussia is
This is good old "Bull Dog" bluff,
but the Germans don't seem to be af
fected by it. English cabinet minis
ters are blaming each other for con
tinued British defeats which looks
as though they were preparing for
Ihe ultimate defeat, which seems in
At this safe distance we now can
see just how the railroads, back in
the nineties, were playing cat's cra
dle with New England.—Brooklyn
If tho German-Americans hiss Pres.
Wilson, what would (hey have done
had th>) Colonel been elected? —Bos-
Berlin to Bagdad sounds as good as
Cape to Cairo. Brooklyn Eagle.
Brodeck-Fleld, rroi-3 Hewitt.
Ed. Wahl, 1907 Hewitt Avo.
Norman Suit House, Hewitt and
Wonder Mercantile, Hewitt and
Everett Dept. Store, 2813 Colby.
Meadowmore Dairy, 1918 Hewitt.
Pioneer Alpine, 2600 Broadway.
City Drug Store, 1910 Hewitt.
■ Dr. Ross Earlywine, 205 American
Dr. K. I. Kobbervig, 406-8 Commerce
Drs. Victor & Elvera Westberg,
Realty Bldg., Hewitt and Colby.
DYERS AND CLEANERS
American Dye Works, 2821 Wet
Gem Dye Works, 2810 Wetmore.
Dolson & Smith, 2817-21 Rocke
Geo. Thompson, 2:ili Hewitt.
Stevens, 2004 Hewitt.
THE NORTHWEST WORKER
VIRGINIA ELECTS FIRST SO
0 CIALIST 0
i.iiki week wo reported that the
Socialist! had Invaded tlii! South by
electing a nan to office in Blrmlng'
bam, Am , and thli week we report
the election of th« H»1 Soclallsi to
office in Virginia, In the peraon of
Comrade H. U Thompson, iio was
elected olerk of the Broookvllle conn
ty road board.
PREPARING FOR MORE
111«; very (iorman man must be taught
to feel thai he linn failed to perform
a ploim and pnlrlollc duty If ho Ih not
a father, and every woman miißt be
mnde to understand that, the has fail
ed in her obligations to Germany If
■ha dot! not. become a wife and moth
A committee of scientists and bocl
ologlHts, detached from the immediate,
war service to study the problem of
Increasing; Germany's population, has
submitted to the fSoverntiient a memo
randum of whirh the above Is the, key
¥EW ZEALAND KEEPS
FIGHTING MEN HOME
A decree has been issued by tho
government providing that no males
of military age be permitted hereafter
to lenvo the country for destinations
overseas without military permits.
TO SHOOT FOOD RIOT HEADS
Frequent food riots in Berlin with
threats from authorities that the ring
leaden will be shot if the disorders
continue, nre reported today in Co
The mashing of shop windows and'
looting by throng! of needy in the'
German capital are of daily occur-;
rence, the reporti say.
Warnings of punishment have been'
placarded throughout the city by the i
ministry of the interior. Resides:
death for the leaders, all the partici
pants are advised that they risk 10- j
year terms of imprisonment.
TO MAKE 2,000,000 SHELLS
If Lloyd George will permit the
women of England to win the war for
the allies by solving the question of
munitions, they'lfdrrit, they say. Two
million of them say it. Under the in
creasing pressure they are bringing
to bear on the Minister of Munitions
he is showing a disposition to give
them a try.
They have pointed out to Lloyd
George that England has at least 2,
--000,000 women who can devote their
entire, time to shell making. Every
woman, they insist, can make at least
one shell a day. That means 2,000,000
shells a day, a number far beyond
George's most extravagant estimate of
England's needs. The women would
like to undertake the job for all the
SOCIALISTS TO BE SHOT
For refusing to fight, 200 Italian
Socialists were condemned recently at
Florence to be shot, according to a
nceut statement by Dr. Lovegren,
a Socialist deputy in the Swedish par
The doctor said he saw the party,
In army and navy uniforms, being
herded like cattle into box cars at
Florence, whence they had been or
dered taken to Arez/.o for execution.
Cut Out and Fold at Rule Lines and
Carry in Your Pocket for Reference
Westberg Grocery, 2933 Broadway.
High School Grocery, 2504 Colby.
Wold & Westlund, 19th and Broad
C. M. Steele, Pacific and Grand.
Kiltleson Grocery, 1701 Wetmore.
BdW, Ecklund, 2707 Wetmore.
J. C. Sovde, 3419 Everett Aye.
Thuoson Grocery, 1209 Hewitt.
Moon & Reep, 1912 Hewitt.
Farm Products, Lombard and Calif.
Chas. L, Lindbiad, Lowell, Wash.
Womsley Grocery, 1203 Broadway.
C. E. Ogrosky, 2001 Hewitt.
Curran Hardware, Hewitt and Bdwy.
Arthur Bally, 1610 Hewitt.
Austin'B, 2004 Hewitt.
I). Kamerman, 1616 Hewitt.
A. J. Mohn, 1416 Hewitt.
Everett Trunk Factory, 2815 Rocke
Paris Laundry, 2818 Grand.
R. D. Hodgins, Rest Room, Colby.
SOCIALISTS WIN BIG
OVER FUSION TICKET
CLINTON, liid Bodallltl elected
flvn (int. of six oandidatei at the re
oeni municipal election in this city.
The Kixlli candidate was defeated by
two votes. If whh a straight fight
with but two tickets In tho field, all
Other parties having united on a "Citl
FARMERS TO BUILD PLANT
PARQO, N. I). - Farmers of North
Dakota will build a large modern
packing plant, which will be located
either in Fargo, Valley City or Mlnot.
Selection of the site is In the hands
of a committee of three appointed by
tho North Dakota Koelety of Equity,
under whoßfi auspices the plant will
The plant will be known as the
Farmers' Co-operative Packing com
pany, and will be Incorporated with
a capital stock of $500,000.
HISSED FROM FLOOR
SAN FRANCISCO.— For declaring
that churcheß were charitable toward
organized labor, Vice-Presldent Dun
can of the American Federation of
Labor was hissed from the convention
DIVING SHELL LATEST
A diving projectile, as effectively
destructive under the water as the
shell of a 6-ine.h field gun is on land,
has swept the seas clear of German
' submarines for Great Britain and her
The Conan fuse, as it is termed
Officially! is the admiralty's most pre
cious asset today, and its most closely
guarded secret .
It may be affixed to a shell fired
from a rifle gun or howitzer, or to a
bomb dropped from an aeroplane.
In striking the water, the projectile
i of which the Conan apparatus forms
I part, dives and explodes at any pre
; determined depth up to 30 feet below
It explodes within 50 feet of the
point at which it is aimed.
FRENCH ANTIS GROWING
According to a partially censored
article in "Avanti," the Italian Social
ist daily, the anti-war section of the
French, Socialist party is growing in
Opposition to the attitude of the
Socialist Minister! is gaining great
headway. Resignations have already
been demanded. Two editors have
been forced to resign. Labor organ
izations are criticizing the work of
the opportunists now holding office
in the French parliament.
At a meeting held last Sunday af
ternoon in the headquarters a league
to be known as the Socialist Exten
sion League was formed. Every pre
cinct in the city will be in the charge
of a captain who Is a red card mem
ber. Every Socialist and sympathizer
is to be induced to join the league,
the duos of which will be ten cents a
month. Another meeting is to be held
next Sunday afternoon to extend the
activities of the league. All interest
ed r.re asked to attend.
Geo. D. Thompson, 2914 Hewitt.
Commercial Press, 2U31 Lombard.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
H. C. Brown. 2825 Pine.
London Cafe, 2013 Hewitt.
Weiser's Grill, 1507 Hewitt.
Union Chop House, 1717 Hewitt.
Commercial Press, 2931 Lombard.
TOBACCOS, CIGAKb AND CONFEC
Chris Culmback, 1405 Hewitt.
Adam Hill, 2929 Colby.
C. M. Steele, 3028 Grand.
TEAS AND COFFEE
Imperial Tea Ct«, 1407 Hewitt.
Northern Transfer, 3006 McDougal.
Ebert Transfer, Phone 1268 Z.
John F. Jerread, 2929 Broadway.
WALLPAPER, PAINTS, GLASS
S. D. Clark, 2820 Rockefeller.
Goldfinch Bros., 2812 Rucker.
J. E. Snyder
Qene Debt said, "The Capitalists
will drivf, the voters to us, what ttin
Socialists want to do Is to build well
Qen6 Debt was right as ho Is in
most, things. We need to bind our
selves into a compact form. Our
heads must be together thinking out
the way and preparing for the attacks
of the prostituted and greedy masters
of the world.
Labor united is all wonderful. I^a
bor divided is at the mercy of those
who would enslave it. Labor com
mands the machines to start or stand
still at its will. Under capitalism la
bor is under command because it is
unthinking, unorganized and afraid.
Under Socialism, labor will be
thinking, organized and fearless. All
power will be manifest in Labor. The
machine will be the instrument for
man and not man the attachment to
the machine. The product and its
profit will not be the important thing,
the use of the product and its worth
to the workers will be the only con
The sooner we organize the forces
of labor, not alone here, where you
live, but everywhere man lives on the
earth, the quicker we realize the bene
fits of the fruit of our toll.
So long as the masters can keep
us unorganized just that long can they
keep us unacquainted and hating each
other, going on jobs and staying on
jobs, and scabbing on each other,
marching to the ballot box on election
| day and voting against each other,
and continuing to turn the world and
its product over to the masters to
enable them to continue our slavery
and bind the children who are to
come after us to the wheels of mam
ARE ON OUR TRAIL
Wall Street, with the aid of the I
post office department, is getting on j
i the trail of the Socialists. War is in
[ the air, preparedness is becoming
J quite an issue, food for cannon must
be drilled and equipped, patriotism,
: glory and freedom (so-called) must
] be burned into the brains of the work
i ers of the good old TJ. S. A. Anti
■ military agitation must be checked.
! The bloodhounds must have plenty of
leeway for their damnable teachings.
War means profits. Profits mean idle
luxury. The agitator and his litera
ture must go. Hence the action of
! the post office department in barring
from the mails Jack London's famous
definition of "A Good Soldier."
It happened this way. The Appeal
to Reason issues and sells envelopes
on the back of which is printed Jack
London's definition. It spits fire. It
hits out from the shoulder and it hits
the war-monger right between the
eyes. And the war-monger has re
sented it and had it barred from the
mails. It hurts the war business.
Here it is:
"A GOOD SOLDIER"
Young Men: The lowest aim in
your life is to become a soldier. The
good soldier never tries to distinguish
j right from wrong. He never thinks;
j never reasons; he only obeys. If he
is ordered to fire on his fellow citi
zens, on his neighbors, on his friends,
on his relatives, he obeys, without
hesitation. If he is ordered to fire
down a crowded street when the poor
are clamoring for bread, he obeys, and
sees the gray hairs of age stained
with red and the life tide gushing
from the breasts of women,
feeling neither remorse nor sympathy.
If he is ordered off on a firing squad
to execute a hero or benefactor, he
fires without hesitation, tho he knows
j the bullet will pierce the noblest heart
j that ever beat in human breast.
"A good soldier is a blind, heart
less, soulless, murderous machine. He
is not a man. He is not a brute, for
brutes only- kill in self-defense. All
thiW"ls human in him, all that is di
vine in him, all that constitutes the
man has been sworn away when he
took the enlistment oath. His mind,
his conscience, aye, his very soul, are
in the keeping of his officer.
"No man can fall lower than a sol
dier—it is a depth beneath which he
cannot go. Keep the boys out of the
army. It is hell.
"Down with the army and navy. We
don't need killing institutions. We
need life-giving institutions."
WOMEN TO WEAR MALE
BERLIN. — Trousers for women
workers are recommended by the
home secretary for some of the new
trades which they have recently en
tered in place of men gone to the
front. In certain factories the ordi
nary women's skirt and blouse is a
menace, owing to its likelihood to
catch in the machinery.
Patronize YOUR Advertisers.
!fc9C Green Stamps
—You should think of your
own personality, especially
when clothing is to be con
-We have the right goods
for the right people.
1701-1703 Hewitt Aye.
A. A. Brodeck, Mgr.
—Outfitters from Lad to Oad —
S. D. Clark
UNION MADE SHOES
MURRY SHOE CO.
1715 Hewitt Sunset 1141
LOWEST CASH PRICES
Phone 1224 Y. Free delivery
Corner 25th and Summit
is the best shop in the city for
He Is located at 2010 Hewitt
Phone Ind. 162Z
FITS THE EYES
2004 Hewitt Aye.
Dr. Victor Westberg
Dr. Elvera Westberg
Office in Walsh Building over
PHONE IND. 1253
Let us do your Transfer work.
For quick service phone us.
Stand phone: Ind. 1268Z
House phone: Ind. 296 X
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
JOHN F. JERREAD
Undertaker and Embalmer
Phone Main 230
Attorney at Law
Room 215 Stokes Bldg.
1618% Hewitt Ay«.
DR. X I. KOBBERVTO
406-8 Commerce Bldg.
Phones: Ind. 163, Sun. 436
CITY DRUG 3TORB
1910 Hewitt Aye.
Free delivery to any part of
the city. Ask for Green Trading