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LONDON CAFE |te»t Mc»l» in Iho i'ity CiV- uml Up UNION HOUSE Private Doxea for !*.lici ioij H«witt Ay«. RILEY- COOLEY SHOE GO. 1707 Hewitt Aye. Go to the Wonder Mercantile Co. For men's winter clothing and shoes. Established 15 Years HANS T. ELLENSON 1709 HEWITT Now is the time to buy Over coats and Slipons. We have them at the best prices. 1709 HEWITT Union Made Shoes For Men and Women Try us on REPAIR WORK Half Soles sewed or nailed for 75c LOOK—THIS IS A UNION SHOP Everett Shoe Mfg. Co. JOHN GOLDTHORP, Mjt. 1003 Hewitt :-: OREPHEUM THEATRE :-: ■The House of Better Shows" A new bill of special selected photoplays every SUNDAY MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY Are you an "Orpheum Regular"? Do you try to get in to see each program before it gets away? IE you are not a regular visitor, now is the time to start. THIS IS THE REASON Checking up the Orpheum programs for the past 120 days' shows, 70 programs with 74 numbers of fea ture value, 20 Educationals, 15 Historical, 15 Classics and 24 Scenics. During the months of November and December, "Orpheum Regulars" are promised more big features, of special feature value, than has been possible to obtain before. The reason— three more of the leading Pro ducing Companies have entered the Special Feature field. You are looking for the best. The Orpheum extends you an invitation to call. Seeing is believing. THESE ARE A FEW OF THE BIG FEATURES COMING TO THE ORPHEUM: "AS YOU LIKE IT" The most popular Shakespearean dramatic comedy, in three parts. Produced by the Vitagraph All-Star cast supporting two photodrama favorites, Miss Rose Coughlin as ROSALIND, and Maurice Costello as OR LANDO. Many other favorites in pleasing roles. IT COMES TO THE ORPHEUM FOR TWO DAYS, COMMENCING MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18. "FRENZIED FINANCE" Pathe's European "Film de Art" produced in three parts. All done in natural colors, giving the produc tion a realism of natural beauty, impossible to accomplish without the art of photo coloring. The fascinating beauty of this pleasingly acted drama will keep all who see it wrapped in admiration. It's a beauty. IT COMES TO THE ORPHEUM FOR TWO DAYS, COMMENCING WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. "THE MILLS OF THE GODS" (From Geo. P. Dillenback's Novel.) Another fine Vitagraph Special Feature, in three parts, which vibrates with life, impulse, and concen trated action. For those who have read the novel, it will prove equally pleasing, as for those who have not, as the photoplay follows very acurately, the scenes and plot of the original writings. KoSEMARY THEBY and UOGEK LYTTQN, both Vitagraph favorites, are featured, and are very ably supported by a feature cast of Vitagraph players. This production bears the highest recommendation and will justify you in brining your friends along when you plan to see it at the Orpiieum WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, or THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5. VISIT THE ORPHEUM TODAY. MATINEE STARTS AT 2 P. M. EVERY DAY. CON TINUOUS SHOW TO 10:30 P. M. ORPHEUM FEATURE MUSIC DAILY. »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦»♦♦♦♦»'»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦' ♦♦♦♦♦<; »♦♦♦<♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< You're Invited to View Our Large Showing of Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats, Furnishings It's the most pretentious display we've ever attempted and we believe the extra low prices we maintain on our high grade mer chandise are by far the most attractive in the < ity. Wen's and Young Wen's Salts $12 to $30 The Boston Clothing Co. Costello and Grant r * UNION CAFE 2229 Colby A Place to Eat TIMOTHY ADAMS Phono 779Z ■ ■■■■■ ■ mni'ii ~ ■ ■ « ■ ■ ■ t - \ Auk your fit* for "EPPCO" PEANUT BUTTER Made in Everett EVERETT PEANUT PRODUCTS COMPANY NORTHERN TRANSFER CO. All classes of hauling. None too large, none too small. Stor age in connection. Office: Ind. 292, Sunset 191 Residence: Ind. 417 3006 McDougall Aye., Cor. W.ill St., Everett. W.ish. Edward Wahl's 1907 Hewitt Aye. Gents' Clothing and Furnishings OUR PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT MINIBITKRB SAY IOCIA] is not OPPOUD 0 i;i:i icion i lllfOl i" i BO I I i ' Rtmarkabl St.ilemcnt Signed by Drlt lih Prlctti .itul Pr«-Aclicr» Olvet Lie 11,,,, to ■.! inilrin Regarding Homo and the Right of •#!! ih,. loiiou in- i. markable pronun I Britain ha ■ lual i > made pub \\ c, the mi. mil ten of noml i in \ i.'\\ ol Hi.' «Idel) • Irculated on, which haa i" en mads in the preaa and eleew hero, thai th< ,n we believe In dlffera funda mentally from tha ■oclaliam advocated bj ll'..- i• ■ mil tlona. We declai ■ thai the o< lallsm • a believa In lnvolv< ■ tbe public •>« ncr ship and managemenl <>r thp mi ■ production, dlatrlbutlon and exch an, l i : . therefore eaaentlallj the tame iltam as Hi. ii »hlch i:- held ! clallata throughout the world. our i octallim la nol leaa earn< il m>r leta oompli (■■ becauae H is Inaplred bj our Chriatlanlty. The oentral teaohlnj lallam is a matter <>i eoonomlca, ami n iv therefore !"■ advocated by nil men, whether tiny b« Chrlatlana or unbellevera; yel we feel, as ministers of tiif Christian faith, thai Huh boo Qomlc doctrine is in perfeel harmony with our faith, ami we believe that its advocao) is aanotloned ami Indeed re quired Of us. by the implications of our religion, James Adderlej (Hon.), Vicar of Salt h-y. Birmingham, W. .T. Areh.s. Asst.. I'riest of St. Mi Chael-All Angels, Smethwiek. C. Baker, Vicar of Bt chad's. Liver pool. Prank Ballard, D. D., M. A., v Be, (1.0m1.i Wesleyan Minister, llarro gate. W. Bchofleld Batteraby, Rector Holy Trinity, Blackley, Manchester. Cecil m Bayllaa, B, A., Curate of All Saints. I'ortsea. .las H. Belcher, Unitarian Minister, Plymouth. J. \Y. Black, M. A., Vicar of Launcell, Cornwall. Herbert Bloye, Wesloyan Minister, fiattersea. THK COMMONWEALTH (Icorgo Herbert Down, PrlnclpfJ of Hi. Btcphen'i House, Oxford. \\Mli.r .i. linn. Woiloynn Mini '• ' i:nk winning. Durham. William Dull)/, Rector «>f HI. John lit Mm.1.1" i m;u kl I. Norwich, \v. 8, Cnlger, Rector or Bt Marg'i i Inline, MuiH'lu'Btor. 11. .1. Cninpbi-11, Mini '• < "' tin- City Tomplfl, London. c. T. Campion, M. A., Bt, "■••■••■• 'I'- OrtUall, BaUord. lon Carroll, Vicar of Huncote, Lelcea hire. c w Chftml .i.i! \ \ i Cumte ■ii : ili •|'ii..in.i!. c Colllni, Chaplal, IJ; l\\ 1.. I ' I iii,hi i i lowdi ii i !ol« M s Vicar <>r i boi I, \. [ale of w \ i Cowen, i • c.or ton, Mai ■ i; \\ i lummlngs, Vt< »i of '•« thoi n«, w Ithei n i Hull c Herbert Davit, Curate of Baltley, Blrmlngfaan i ; \ Deakln, \.-st < lurata of Bl Mai thaw's, \i.i«lok, Manohi iter. Perc) Dearmor, i> i>. Vicar of hi. Man 'i"' Virgin, Prlmrote mil. ll \\ de Couroj B«nwell, M. A., Prieti in Charge, st. Barnebaa', Viotorta Dooks, B. w i ■ 11,, \. \' .i PrlMti Carthalton, Surrey. fc R. .1. Dexter, chi'i.wiin of Doroheiter Missioiinry Colic!;.'. Ow» K. LcOWia Donnldson, Vicar of St Mark's, I.cicisti r ,\ i»ni Drury, Prtesl In Charge, st. M.i it ill's I'laintow. Walter Duffleld, Primttlra Moth. Kin liter, South Shields, Co. Durham. WHY THE INDUSTRIOUS RE MAIN POOR. By Karl Kautsky. The separation of great masses of worker! from tht means of produc tion, their transfonnatlon Into prop ertyleu proletarians, was ■ condition aeoessary to capitalist production. Boonomic development made the change inevitable. But the risiiiß classes were not to sit by and watch the course of events; they resorted to violence to accelerate the change. It was through violence of the most brutal, repulsive kind that capitalist society was ushered in. At first the new system differed but little from the old so far as external appearance was concerned. The cap italist delivered raw material to his hired workers and collected from them the finished product. Later he found it advantageous to gather them in a large building called a factory. As soon as the workers produced together in a factory, it was discov ered that a division of labor increased the profits. Gradually systems of production became so developed that each operative had to make but a sin gle motion or perform a single opera tion. That is, the laborer had been reduced to the level of a machine. Only one step remained —to replace him with a machine, and that step was soon taken. It was made possible by the development of science—and especially by the application of steam power to industrial processes. The introduction of machinery meant an industrial revolution. With this change economic development became the tri umphant march of capitalism. Between 1770 and 1789 the first practical machines were introduced into the English textile industry. The steam engine was invented at the same time. From that period on the machine conquered one branch of in dustry after another and one country after another. It has placed it in the power of a factory operative to do the work of several hundred handicrafts men. Under these conditions the factory rules, and the days of handicraft, of In dependent productions, are numbered. What remains is carried on chiefly by unfortunates who cannot find places in the factory system. ERNST GRUBEL Shoe Repairing Invisible patches put on NEVER TO COME OFF All Work Guaranteed 2926 Grand Aye. --...„ ..........----..-* RIVERSIDE HARNESS SHOP For the best poods and low est prices. Corner Fulton an.l Hewitt Everett, Wa>h. The French Laundry Co. 18 RIGHT— Try Us. ' Phones 235 COMMONWKALTH ADVERTISERS ■ DRY GOODS. o Itiirreltn, ".•Mill Colby, o IAKICWV AND I UNCH ROOM. o Nrtiiiinr Haki-rT. O HA HUH o Kharpleas llhil.it Shop, o Carl Itolchclt, Commerce Harbor (I Simp, o DATHS. o Moon Id Mineral Batl . 2814 I'll' o BLACKSMITH SHOP. , o llvi-ntl Shoring «ri Wagon Co. o BREWERIES, o Kvcrrtt Ilrpwin^; 00. O BUTTER STORK. o J«rsey Butter Sl«r«. o I'.Tri. »>tt liutter. o Ciiw Duller Store 'i CABINET WORKS. o Kverrtt Novell] Shop, "'i I Pie. «. CONFECTIONERY AND CIGARS, 0 Karl Hawkins. i, i Waiters, o 1 linn ('ulmliark o i Joe Kill o i Chariot King. « > DAIRY. o i Pionfor and Alpina Dairy. o » Everett Dairy. o i DYERS AND CLEANERS. o i American I>y« Works, o i DRUG STORES. o i Roberts Broi i> » CUT Drug Store. • » Pioneer. 0 > h«i(flil Purlin* 0 i Riverside Drug Co. o » Everett Drug Co. • o i Dean Pharmacy. o > FRUIT HOUSE. o ) R. St.. i murk O > FACTORIES o > Everett Shoe Manufacturing Co. o i GROCERIES. c > I'.hukcr ft Sons. o > Kcklund Grocery Co. o > .1. C. Sovde Grocery Co. o i (liar al* 1.in.11.1ii.l o 0 Me Kail Grocery Co. o i Buffalo Oronery. o i I'.iilem Grocery. o > Tin>n Grocery Co. o » Star Grocery. o n O. J. Poe. o 9 Sovde Bros, n o Weather*;, ' o n I'l-miriian ft Chandler. o a A. E. Kittleson. a a Wall ft Westlund. c o GENT'S FURNISHINGS. o ii Wonder Mercantile Co. o a Brodeclc Clothing Co. o a Bennett Clothing Co. 0 o Ed. Wahl. • o Huns T. Kllinson. 0 a Scotch Woolen Mills. o o i 'him R. Ericsoa. o o Boston. 0 a Baehalder ft Cornell. o o GEXSRAL 1ID». o o Deu Traey. o a HAJZDWARJB. o 9 Curran Hardware Co. o o HARNESS SHOP. o 9 Riverside Harneii Shop. a a HOUSE FURNISHINGS. « o Peterson Furniture Co. o 0 Smith & Boeshar. o 8 ICE CREAM. o a Acme Ice Cream. o 3 Everett Dairy. o 9 JKWILERS. 0 3 D. Kamerman. c 3 Austin. • » LAWYERS, o 3 Engeset.. o » LAUNDRIES. o d French. o > Independent. v 1 MEAT MARKETS. o 9 Cash Meat Market. o a Nineteenth and Wetmora. o ) Quality Meat Market. o » Broadway Market. o » QreMent Meat Market. c i Everett Avenue Meat Market. o » MUSIC HOUSES. o 3 Eilers. o 3 Everett Musis House. o a NOTARY PUBLIC. o a Frank Cort. « o NOTIONS. o a Barretts, 2816 Colby. o o OPTOMETRISTS, o 9 Dr. Wells. • > Stevens. o » PAINTS, WALL PAPER. c 0 Riverside Wall Paper Co. o » Argall A Clarke. c » PEANUT BUTTER. o 9 Eppco Peanut Butter. c 9 PHOTOGRAPHERS o 9 Wleaand. • 0 J. B. Myers. c » Anderson Studio. o » POOL ROOMS. o v U. Riehter. • } Pastime Pool Parlors. o ) PRINT SHOPS. o j Commercial Press. o > Everett Print Shop. o ) Hawes Printing Co. o j PRODUCE. O ) Farmers' Produce Assn. o > RESTAURANTS. o > London Cafe. o > Mail* Cafe o > O. K. Waffle House. o > Welter's Grill. o > Commercial Lunch Room. o 1 REAL XSTATS. o . Central Concrete, A. B. Melville, c ) Cort & Co o > SHOE STORES. o > Home Shoe Store. o > E Z (Shoe Store. • > KiUy ft Cooley. o > SHOE REPAIRING. o > Ernst Grubel. o • 11. Krott. • • Everett Shoe Mfg. Co. c i C. Piterioa. o i Gee. A. Btapenh<irat. c i SPORTING GOODS. o . Baily. o BOOKS AND STATIONERY. o > Hawes. o > Hodgiua ft Bridgham. o Springer's Iluzaar. 0 i liili't liuok Store. o > TAILORS. o Scotch Woolen Mills. o Hatlen Bros. o S. M. Gerbere. • THEATERS. o Acme Theater. o Rose Theater. o Grand TheaUr. o Orpheuni. 0 TRANSFER CO. c Robbina Transfer. 0 Northern Trubfer. o TBAS akd corrnxs • Quam A Clau*«a c Imperial Tea Co. • UNDERTAKER*. • MauUby. o I John ?. I*rrea4l o WOOD AMD COAL. o Keltbly Fuel Co. c • C'ayon Fuel Co. o i i CURRAN HARDWARE GO. Inc. i COR. BROADWAY AND HEWITT ; ! Asks your patronage in all General H&rwware and Sporting • '■ Goods. Our lines are complete; our prices the bert, and : Our Goods Guaranteed I No tools at any price excel in quality our 0. V. B. (OUR I VERY BEST) BRAND. ; ; ; '' OURRAN CARRIES IT" j :♦»»/.»»»♦♦♦»»♦♦♦♦♦»»♦»>»»♦♦»♦♦♦♦»»♦»»♦♦♦»♦»♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦»»»»»»♦♦♦»•*•>♦♦♦»»»»•«♦»•»»•»♦♦»♦< I Removal Notice I I Hill's Book Store, for 10 years on River- ; : side is now located at : I 2829 Colby Aye. Everett, Wash. j >♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»•••♦»♦♦»»•»*♦♦♦♦♦*•*♦♦♦♦ The PASTIME COR. WETMORE AND HEWITT, CAPITOL BUILDINO Twenty splendidly equipped pool and billiard tables. The best comfort station in the city. A White Lunch ever ready for your needs. INVITATION—You are cordially invited to visit th« "Pa»tim«'* early and often. You will find good light, good order and the bait of amuM ment. Make the "Pastime" a place to meet your friends and your bu«i neas associates. You will find a ready welcome waiting you. Pastime Pool Parlors, Robinson & Drieaslein, Props. "Purity" Our Motto x . WETMORE BAKERY AND LUNCH ROOM 2817 Wetmore Avenue Everybody Eats at the Wetmor* I AMERICAN DYE WORKS i | S. ROBINSON & SON jSISSjk ttJ^UfQ CLIAITMS AMD i I 2821 Wetmore |^SM^3> DYKM ! i l Phones 218 yfcuJKjfl? ' i t This is what your Editor says about Everett Butter, "It's the Best I EVER ETT" \ QUICK REPAIR SHOP | i 2928 BROADWAY ; ; Bicycle, Gun and General Repairing— and Secondhand ; ; Bicycles ', The City Grocery Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour, Feed, Product, Etc. Both Phones m 34">-i» *T«»tt Atwu§ JOHNSON ft LILJENBERG _^_^ LOW FARES TO ATLANTIC SEAPORTS In Connection with Steamship Ticket via the I "MILWAUKEE" If you intend making a trip this fall to any part of Europe call at the local office and talk it ever. We will be glad to quote you the very lowest fares, arrange for your through Kail and Steamship trans portation, also assist you in every way possible, relieving you of many details incident to a trip of this kind. A choice of various steamship lines is offered- TWO FAST THROUGH TRAINS To the East Daily "The Olympian" "The Columbian" Both trains carry Excellent Equipment, with service unturpasMd. jjr- h. l Mclaughlin .w. f. mapes CjSfSmV^ Commercial Agent City Ticket Agent \W^^^^ Everett, Wash. 1609 Hewitt lH***^ EVERETT, WASH. "The New Steel Trail." GEO W. HIBBARD, Gen. Put Aft. Friflny. Nnvoriihcr l. ri, 1912.