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WOLD BROTHERS &
Nineteenth and Broadway
Sunset 357 Ind. 315
High School Grocery
Both Phonos 1166. 25th & Colby*
2709 Lombard. Sun. 330, Ind. 477 X
Kittleson Grocery Co.
Good Things to Eat
1701 Wetmore Aye.
Phones: Ind. 47; Sunset 1540.
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Fancy and Staple Groceries
Phones 328 2707 Wetmore
Thueson Grocery Co.
Agent Dr. Fahrney Medicines
1209 Hewitt Aye
Phones: Ind. 14X, Sunset 1336
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Charles L. Lindblad
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fruits, Flour, Hay and Feed
Sun. 1064, Ind. 465 X. Lowell, Wash.
Grocery and Confectionery
Stock always fresh. Least possible
PACIFIC AND GRAND
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Phones .342 2933 Broadway
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1617 Hewitt Aye.
A Good Place to Eat
H. J. WEISER, Prop.
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and good eats at the
Try it once and you will come again
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* Restaurant, 2911 Wetmore
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
Quick service. Try it.
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JARVIS & JACKSON
CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY SIZES
We Blend Tobacco to Suit
Your Taste ©
Phones 36 1617 Hewitt Aye.
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F. D. SARTOR
HIGH GRADE DOMESTIC AND
CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS
Corner Rockefeller & Hewitt
PICNIC AT BAYVIEW
&_ big picnic will be held at Bay
view, July 4th. A mass meeting
will, rim heH " connection with the
roiicnic to petition congress to repeal
the Select Conscription law. Every
Three Comrades were arrested in
this state last week, charged with
failing to register for the selective
j draft on June . r>th They are Carl
Ulonskn, Everett; Earl Crismnn, Mat
lock and Win. Goerke, Echo.
Dear Comrade Am enclosing check
for $1.00 to help defend Comrades
Fislerman, Wells and Sadler. I read
your request in the Oakland World.
11. C. HUTTLESBALL.
NORTH YAKIMA TRADES AND
Mr. Emil Herman:
Dear Sir —Enclosed find check for
$3.75 to be used for the defense of
Brothers Wells, Sadler and others,
for their action prior to passage of
B. M. WILLIAMS, Secy
Local Breidablick—Our Fourth of
July picnic will I"' held at Scheuer
mann Landing, (Katterfeld's home).
We will have the co-operation of
practically all the Kitsap County
Locals, also the Y. P| S. L.'s of
Seattle. Admitted three more mem"
bcrs to our Local.
Since, sending out our plea for
funds, on June sth, to assist in the
defense of our Seattle Comrades,
$10G,S1 have been received at this
office. Locals, members and sym
pathizers who have not yet contrib
uted should not overlook the fact
that they ought to. -
Aberdeen No. 1: Enclosed find
$7.00 from Aberdeen Local No- 1
to be used in the fight for the Se
attle Comrades. We plan to send
more seen—Dortha Ing, Secy
Echo Valley Local: Enclosed find
check for $2.50 which Echo Valley
sends for the support of Comrades
Wells, Fislerman and Sadler.—Har
vey McMillian, Secy
Curfel Local: Here is $2.00 to
pay for the "Party Building, Anti-
War Assessment Stamps." Have
been circulating petition to repeal
the draft law and am gratified to
find the sentiment so strong against
I conscription. — Ratchel M- Gatzlaf,
Local Seattle Central has applied
for seven alect'ures by Comrade H.
H. Stallard—Hafe you decided to
make, application for a date? Better
send it in-
Walter Schoeggl, Winlock, Wash
says: Enclosed is $3.50 for the So
cialist defense committee. It is
all I am able to do.
Locad Seattle Central: We had a
big meeting last night (June I 9) and
admitted 18 new memfers- —A- E-
McNaughton, Financial Secy
Enclosed is 25 cents for the "Party
Buildinf, Anti-War Assessment
Stamp" and $9.75 to assist in the de
fense ** of Comrades **' Wells, Sadler
and Fklerman-—P.alph C. Holprook.
Enclosed is $9.25 subscribed on the
enclosed list for the defense of the
militants in Seattle- Will you plea"c
send me a membership application
card—l want to fet back in—E. T.
I enclosec heck for $10 as a con
tribution to the defense fund of the
Seattle Comrades under prosecution
for conspiracy.— Hillquit-
Local Outlook—l am enclosing
check for $3.50 collected here for the
defesse of Comrades Wells and Fis
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Inclosed fined 45 cents for which
send me three copies of "Think or
Surrender," by Kirkpatrick. These
pamphlets are entirely too good to
be laying unread on an office shelf
and must be distributed among our
sleeping Henry Dubbs, and now
seems to be the proper time to
shake,, him with something hot
enough to keep him awake, Well,
he is coming our way now pretty
ZURlCH.—Austria has called to
the colors all of her boys of 17 years
THE NORTHWEST WORKER
Juno 19, 1017.
Mr. W. H. Watts,
Dear Comrade—Enclosed please
find $1.00 (bill) donation to help
the Northwest Worker. . 1 wish i;
could been more but there Is so
many places now days where a So
cialist can and feels like he ought
to give that it keeps a fellow dig
ging up all the time. For we have
got to dig up and defend our com
rades who are in the clutches of (he
capitalists and their lickspittle hire
lings for daring to get out in the
open and fight them. If we do not
ralley to their support and save them
it won't be long before all of our
ablest comrades will be railroaded
to the pen and the gallows.
Thinking that it was another Moy
er, Haywood and Pettibone case I
sent $10 to end the McNamaras.
Sometimes we get fooled but not
often. The United Railroads of San
Francisco would hang Mooney and
his wife to a lamp-post if they
dared to. We must save them and
we must stand back of our papers
and not let them go to the wall for
lack of support of the Comrades.
There are too many who call them
selves Socialists and perhaps vote
the Socialist ticket straight, nut will
support two or three capitalist papers
and let the Socialist papers die for
lack of support. If the workers
would boycott the capitalist papers
we could break half of thorn in one
I have talked it and agitated for
years. The most of them will say
I believe you are- right, but most of
them keep right on furnishing am
munition for the capitalist to shoot
It is going to be a long hard
struggle and a thankless one to edu
cate the. poor Henry Dubbs in this
country but we must not falter.
I am very sorry to see the Worker
run down to where it is, but if we
would all make a little effort we
could soon have it back and even
bigger than it was.
It is a dandy little paper but only
about half as big as it should be.
I hope you will excuse this long
letter with only a dollar enclosed.
I wish it could have been a hundred,
but I am only a timber beast working
for wages so I cannot make any
big donations but I make them quite
often . I am taking nine Socialist
papers and magazines and am read
ing them and scattering them out.
With best wishes to yourself and
the Northwest Worker, I remain,
, Yours for the Revolution,
ELMER E. MILLER.
"THIS IS THE LIFE"
The following letter from a farm
er in the south to a son in Everett
gives a very good idea of the life
that the farmers live. That they
are waking up goes without saying
and the day is not far distant when
the "slave of the farm* will throw
off the shackles either by a political
revolution or a bloody one.
Delray, Fla., May 27, 1917
Dead Father and Mother:
You must excuse me for not writ
ing all these years. jWe are always
busy during the - day and at night
we are too tired to write. This is
our busiest j time now. Tomato
picking and potato digging. We can
all our vegetables and fruit in the
spring instead of the fall as you do
in the North.
Farming down here is a hard prop
osition. It's either a freeze, a drouth
or a flood, then if we do happen to
get a good crop there is either no
price or a market and tons of stuff
rot in the field.
I'm going to stick to it awhile yet
and get my place up in fine shape
and try to find as big a Northern
sucker as I was, and sell out.
I have a team of mules, and can
get $6.00 per day for me and the
mules, but with corn and oats each
$4.00 per sack and sweetfeed $3.00,
there is nothing in working out.
Glen and Lloyd are both working
out. Their wages is just barely
enough to live upon. Neither of
the boys are old enough to register
and have no hankering for trench
warfare in foreign lands. As you
know I have been a democrat all my
life, but we sure got stung when
we* voted for Wilson to keep us out
There is something wrong when
we work year after year producing
some of the choicest foods and are
obliged to live in poverty, and the
voice of Socialism begins to sound
good to us Southern farmers.
Your affectionate son,
TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AYE. AND SAVE MONEY
Wide Embroideries for Dresses 50c.
—45-inch Embroidered Voile and Nainsook Flouncing, over 20 pretty
patterns to select from, just what you want for that pretty white
dress this summer, and see what you save; worth 95c to $1.25 yard.
Choice, yard . 50c.
New White Skirtings Reduced
29c White Skirtings 23c 39c White Skirtings .......35c
35c White Skirtings 29c 50c White Skirtings 45c
45c White Skirtings ..39c Up to 75c Sport Stripe Skirt
-33c White Skirtings 25c ings, now ....50c
New Wash Goods at Less
Pretty New Wash Goods now priced at
yard 12!/c, 15c, 19c, 25c, 29c to 35c.
25c Marquisette 19c
86-inch Plain Edge Marquisette,'colors white and ivory; our 25c
quality. Special, pan! 19c.
New Percales at, yard 10c, 12'/ 2 ,15c.
New Play Suitings at, yard 15c, 19c, 22c.
New Galatea in pretty stripes at 22c.
New Japanese Crepe at 25c.
Pest White and Tile Oil Cloth at 20c.
1200 White Turkish Towels at 12'/ 2 c.
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■Dolson & Smith 1
THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER AYE.
CLEANING, REPAIRING AND PRESSING
We lead, others follow. Best clothes in the city for the price.
SEE OUR SPRING STYLES j
J. G. PESCH, Manager I^l6 */ 2 HEWITT
THE WONDER MERCANTILE CO.
Up-to-Date Clothing Store
Established 16 Years
HEWITT AND HOYT S. YEO & SON. Props.
PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER
THE NORMAN SUIT HOUSE
26 POCKET BILLIARD TABLES
22 SOLO CARD TABLES
Cor. Wetmore & Hewitt Ayes., in Basement
DRIESSLEIN & BECKER
BEST BUTTER IN THE CITY
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Returned.
Weight and Quality. Our Motto.
FAMILY ICE CREAM ORDERS OUR SPECIALTY
MEADOWMOOR DAIRY STORE, 1918 Hewitt
EVERETT MUSIC HOUSE
2936 COLBY AYE.
UKULELES $4 to $15
STREET CAR MEN WIN
The street car men of Vancouver,
B. C-, won a five cents an hour in
crease after a nine days' strike.
Not a wheel turned during the nine
days. The Electrical Workers'
union who has jurisdiction over the
Thursday, June 28, 1917.
PUBLIC REST ROOM
light and power department told the
• anaeer of the street railway that
the moment they put a strikebreak
er on the cars there would be no
more light or power in the city.
Hats of all kinds renovated into
any size or style, Thereska Hat
Works, 1909 Hewitt Avenue.