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THE ICE CREAM .SEASON
Is now on. We Make the best.Wo also BUT] everything In the
dairy line at reasonable prices.
Mcadowmoor Dairy, 1916 Hewitt
GEM DYE WORKS
The most modern equipped plant In Snokomlsh county. Ladles' or
gents' suits cleaned and pressed, $1.00. Why pay more? Expert tailor
for alteration!!
8810 WETMORE AYE. PHONES: Ind. 663 X, 8. 8. 516
AMERICAN DYE WORKS
8. ROBINSON * SON a^.^ LEADING CLEANERS AND
BS2I Wetmoif '"-Fi^^ DYERS
i Phonet 248
The Maize
CAFE
Carl A. Schlettweln. Mgr.
EVERETT'S POPULAR
$»K| * CAFE
(Under New Management)
Quick Service—Open Day
and Night .
Wetmore and Hewitt
Weiser's Grill 1
A Good Place To Eat |
W. J. WEBER, Prop. 1
The White Stone Baths
"> J. O. SHARPLESS, Prop. I
' ' 4
; Barber Shop and Bathi ■
■ 1905 HEWITT I
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CARL REICHELT, Prop. "
COMMERCE BARBER SHOP
Commerce Bldg., Everett, Wa»h.
Two Good Baths
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Vi^^^Mwi^ WOOD?}
t£j*'^B Js7//iwi t2"-"a wit useful boo»,btte«
t"-7 I #7^i~ * ru'.^e u> successful
W' *< /Tr^ft Vc./? Hunting and Tripping of ,
I . '•i/ W^s/j-W"" Anlmili. How to i
\<jA'k Mr / xk-^^1" 11 - *° make, set and
IV* * ■ / V>f"«»:\jMil traps; to tell »»tue
p* • \£7 / \>\W>~- D l*lri to stuff birds.
I • JCk' *■ J/^J*«"' '• ««h successfully
I__ IGyV.^^li-O'/T ""Mi" ™v. snsra. or
JSZm^Mfm rfTt -JS&''**- a areit secret; to
»-" "Mi »«3M» v. > choose and clean Bum.
* --^ ' -"^Sporuman'i Hints, Helps
• _^^'<Ij*i»-' XT*1 r»nd Bu«utions; Wr.era
to tell skim, furs etc Toil xr«at boost wot to Jon
Bostpaid for ONLY 10 emu, lUier.
500 THINGS worth knowing 17c.
New book, 530 recipes and formulas.
Dollar book, valuable knowledge. E.
W. Phillips, Everett, Wash. Big bar
gain list free..
'% WORKINGMAN'S CLOTH- I
| ING HOUSE ■/ ! |
* Men's, women's and children's 1
•- shoes Big values for little y
• /•■
X, money. i
'. 2014 Hewitt Ind. Phone 755 %
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I: g. McAllister ::
i > Practical Interior and Exterior < <
] | Decorator J'
[> Fine Paper Hanging a Specialty < i
I • Shop and Residence 2222 Baker J •
][ Aye. Phone Ind. 609 Y. J,
As the Romans Do
Likewise, When in Everett
Visit the GRAND
GRAND THEATRE
"THE HOUSE OK FEATURES"
An Economical Place to Trade
MODEL SAMPLE
No More $2.50 No Le "
£v SHOE COMPANY
For Men For Women
The Upstairs Shoo Shop That
Saves You Dollars
How do We do it? Small expenses
Low rent, no clerks to pay
FOBES BUILDING. Room 18
Next Door to Star Theater
1806-1808 Hewitt Avenue
UPSTAIRS
Closing Out Our Entire Stock
Wall Paper
and '
Paints
Great Reductions on Prices
S. D. CLARK
2820 Rockefeller
I; GOLDFINCH BROTHERS |
% Wall Papers, Paints, Glass f
<*> 2812 Itucker Avenue «■>
!' Both Phones 285 <:;
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1
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THE EVERETT DAIRY
for rich fresh milk, cream or
! butter |
j ' I
i Phones: md. 708 X, Sunset 616 ! |
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■ * 0 0 omiQi 'e^' w> 11^*'e^T^rie e*'e c '^''c r * g
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Pioneer-Alpine Dairy
Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered to All
Parts of the City
Ind. 271 Sunset 1835
I 26th and Broadway
_—«^^~————— —^^——.
Loren Thomas Frank Vallier
PARIS LAUNDRY
We gauarantee all our work
and prices are right.
2818 Grand Avenue
Phones 1157 .
———^—Ma 3
I ■ ""
'X When in the North End drop \
f in at — •
I PETE'S PLACE X
"{, 19th AND BROADWAY %
y For Your Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft y
"./ Drinks and Ice Cream ,',,
; % PETE SHARPLESS, Prop. %
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M LONDON CAFE ||
I ; UNION HOUSE ffi
I 2013 Hewitt W
Si taji
ORGANIZATION NEWS
NOMINATIONS FOR PARTY
OFFICERS.
| Tiic Following la :i Hal of poi on
> nominated for pwtj offloei to i"1 vdliml
upon by referendum "f both tha pecu
liar and leoedini organliationi.
I Tin- looali of eacb organisation
made leparate itomlnatloni, but tat
Inamea of all o&ndldatei quallfled and
accepting win appear on the uune t>:i■
lot ii> be vied by both,
After riii'h name i^ given the num
ber of different local! thai nominated
thai pereon.
Nominated by Locali of the Regular
Organization.
For State Secretary.
L, y. Katterfeld (Tin. Anna a. Maley
For National Committee.
iv B. Boddy in, Prani Boitrom
! (W), m. D, Qllei HÄ». Joieph Golden
'(ii, Jamei Qranl (1), llarlui i [as
■ lome (I), Joeepb Jervla ()), Anna A
Mai.y id, B, B. Martin (it. n. B.
Martin (1), w. n. Klngery d), 0. tt,
Dtley (it, Bruoe Rogen (1), Kate Bad
ler (8S), .i. m. Baiter 111, J, B, Sin
clair i~>. w. li. Wayntok il'i, s. r.
Wearer (n. n. M. Welli en.
For State Executive Committee.
I-. ED, Alln- (8). Ole Anderson (1),
1.. Q, Alkins (1». A. 11. l!;irth (5),
tihmikis Beaally (t). Homer T. Bone
(i), Cwrenoe v. Boons (1), Prani Bot
trom (8), Allan BlDOkl (1). 1.. \V.
Mink (8), i>. c. Buchanan (1), a. ii
Coburn (1), L, Q. Colllngwo*od (l),
'Frank cort (S), John Dequer (1), Jack
'Dial (i), d. 0. Dlllabaugh d), w. E.
llßßbe ill. 11. I'i'iT.iisoii (1), Alfroil Fle
beler (1), U. K. ('.lies (1), Joeeph
Golden (16), Qui HaßiMi (1), Marlus
Raaaome (8), a. Helkktla (2), Bmll
I Herman (It), Qlen Hoovor (l), a.
Huteheeon (1), M. C. Johnson (2), C.
E. Kingory (1), M. E. Klnney (1), F.
A. I.ivin (1), Anna A. Maley (1), H. It.
! Martin (1), K. ,T. McKay (1), John Me-
Nai'.iara (1), Kate Sadler (10), Sam
Sadler (8), J, M. Salter C',l, A. Sarin
(1). M. J. Schwnrts (4), G. G. Sever
ance (i), Maynard Shipley (i), A.
| Sinclair (1), W. W. Smith (1), W. 11.
Stackhouse (2), A. M. Stanton (1),
Mary A. Stevenson (7). M. I-. Strong
(1), Q. M. Sturdevant (1), .Tames But
ton (16), Joseph Thomas (1), Carl
Ulonska (1), Frank Warren (1), W. H.
Waynlck (2), h. m. Wells (3).
Finnish Members S. E. C.
A. Heikkila (1), J. T. Lassila (1),
Arvid Nelson (1), A. B. Thompson (1).
Nomination by Locals in the Seceding
Organization.
For State Secretary.
Anna A. Maley (11).
For National Committee.
G. R. Brown (1), .Tamos Grant (2),
Glen Hoover (2), H. E. Hudson (1),
/Ray Laßarre (3).
For State Executive Committee.
Robin Adalr (2), L. G. Atkins (1),
W. 1.. Barnes (1), Mrs. I. J. Barre (1),
Edwin J. Brown (1), Lyda Carpenter
(1), C. T. Dover (1), J. L. Freeman
(1), *A. Fiebelrer (1), Charlotte P.
Jones (2), A. M. Johnson (I),'Q. C.
King (1), R. B. Martin (1), B. H. Mil-,
l.r (3), Carl Motter (1), N. S. Randall
(1), J. R. Brown (1).
• Notification has been sent to those
nominated by the locals of the regular
organization by State Secretary L. E.
Katterfeld and those nominated by
the other organization have been noti
fied by Chas. S. Wallace. Acceptances
and declinations must be returned by
August 18, and only the names of
1 those candidates that accept will be
printed upon the ballot. The ballots
will be sent out to locals on August
21. Any secretary failing to receive
them within a reasonable time should
notify the state office promptly. Those
| elected through this referendum will
serve for two years as the officials of
the united Socialist party of Washing
ton.
SEND IN THE NEWS.
If you have a bit of news,
Send it in;
Or a joke that will amuse,
Send It in;
A story that is true,
An Incident that's new,
We want to hear from you!
Send it in.
Never mind about your style,
Send it in;
If it's only worth the while.
Send it in;
Of some patient labor done,
Of an application won,
Or some good your local's done,
Send It in.
Will your story make us laugh?
Send it in;
Send along a photograph.
Send it in;
If some good words you can teach,
If some lapsing member reach,
Send along a glowing speech,
Send it. in.
— Dulutb, Minn., Labor World.
MIGHT BE WORSE.
Diogenes was looking for an honest
man.
"What luck?" asked the wayfarer.
"Oh, pretty (air," replied Diogenes.
"I still have my lantern." Life.
THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST
DcQUER AND I.n.MAR DO EX
CELI.ENT WORK IN
FERNWOOD.
Comrade J, m. MoCullough! seen
tarv of liOi'ni fernwoodi reports a
splendid propaganda meeting held by
them on August i, with Comrades !><•■
Quer Mini LaMar us speaker mid enter
lalner, reupcelively. 'I'o <|iiote:
"Oomrade DeQuer made one of lilh
forcible Speeches. Some snid they
would go ten miles to bear him again,
Comrade LaMar brought down the
hOUBe with his Swedish dialect Must
ever, some deolared, Collection fl.10."
ANOTHER REBEL.
Fernwood looal is growing, its sec
retary, J. m. McCullough, him a new.
nine pound boy. If the hoy were not
twenty-one years too young, we'd say
Mac win; PUShing. votes. ,
COMRADE MAYNARD SHIP
LEY PROVES THAT SOCIAL
ISM IS INEVITABLE.
(Crowded OUt last week I
one of the most forceful and in
structive lectures fit the city cam
paign w:is given by Comrade Shipley
last Sunday (August 9) at party head
quarters. About, nighty of his splen
did slides were shown, making the
Socialist position bo clear that tho
most prejudicial bonchead In the
world could not fail to be convinced.
Tho talk began with tho showing of
the primitive hand tools leading up
to the evolution of tho machine to its
present perfection, and the consequent
necessity for wars to Bake new mar
kets for the productions wrought by
this machinery. Comrade Shipley
dwelt for fifteen or twenty minutes
upon the war situation in Europe, and
Hie death of Comrade Jauree, We
never become tired of these beautiful,
Instructive pictures, and hope to be
given another of the kind In the near
future. ,
F. G. CROSBY.
Matting Suit Cases, light and inex
pensive, at Everett Trunk Factory,
2815 Rockefeller.
Before going camping see that you
rent a few books at Hill's Book Store,
2929 Colby.
PULT-OST AND DRY MUTTON.
TRY THESE. AT EIDEM'S GROC
ERY. 2709 LOMBARD.
Closed!
Tk D.P.aothing Co.
1922 Hewitt Avenue
closed to arrange
and mark down prices
for the benefit of the
Creditors
A CERTAIN AMOUNT MUST BE RAISED FOR THE
BENEFIT OF THE CREDITORS, SO BE SURE AND AT
TEND THIS SALE.
Thursday
IF YOU WANT TO SEE QUICK SELLING GET HERE
EARLY, AS PRICES WHICH WE ARE QUOTING WILL
DISPOSE OF OUR STOCK IN A HURRY.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK WILL BE SOLD REGARDLESS
OF COST OR VALUE. ON ACCOUNT OF LACK OF SPACE
IT PROHIBITS US FROM QUOTING PRICES. IN ORDER
TO GIVE OUT-OF-TOWN BUYERS AN EQUAL CHANCE
OUR STORE OPENS THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, AT 9:30 a.m.
The D.P.ClotWng Co.
1922 HEWITT AVENUE EVERETT, WASH.
OPPOSITE THE MITCHELL HOTEL
A FEW SIMPLE RULES SEL
DOM REMEMBERED.
i By Cram Boitrom, >
a Socialist local la not, obliged to
ini<r- in a* ii member i person who is
objectionable i<> Hh majority.
II may Mtolttde members who lire not
desirable.
It should rid Itself of knockers and
franks.
Heresy hunting In BO part of our
program. We arc nil more or Ipbb
fiinlty mill Inconsistent in our nOtlOOl
of Socialism, i>ut deliberate Flotation
of our ruloß nnd our plat form should
never bo tolerated. •
Majority rulo Is absolute In the
party nnd nil nunrrels ou therefore be
settled a 1 once by a vote of the locnl.
Diaobedienoe to majority role Rhonid
In' followed by Immediate exclusion of
iin' guilty.
!/<■(, it become ?i privilege to lieoomo
n member and it will be easier to keep
up Hi" membership.
Do not. believe anything derogatory
about tin' party or Its members that
you see, in a capitalist, paper. In 909
oases out of l.ono it Is untrue. You
ciii afford to miss the truth that one
time.
If n comrade whispers in your ear
something about another comrade;
that savors of slander, make him re
peat it openly on the floor of the local.
Baokbitlng is always the cause of per
sonal feuds; personal feuds are the
cause of death to tho small locals and
destroy tho usefulness of tho larger
ones.
WHAT'S IN A NAME.
"What Ib the name of your automo
bile?"
"I don't know."
"You don't know? What do your
folks call it?"
"Oh, as to that, father always says :
'Tho Mortgage'; brother Tom calls it
The Pake'; mother, 'My limousine';
Bister, 'Our far'; grandma, That
Peril'; the chauffeur, 'Some Freak,'
and our neighbors, 'Tho Limit.'"—
Life.
ANGUISH.
"Do you ever weep over a story?"
"Sometimes when I get it back from
the publishers."—Houston Post.
All the material for a common man
hood was ours; but the material only
was appropriated and the manhood
lost. —Peter E. Burroyes.
; TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AVENUE AND SAVE MONEY j
I New Plaids for Skirts |
1 J Several styles of new Plaids for the New Plaid Skirts— J
, J very pretty and stylish .' - J
, \ $1.00 and $1.25 Plaids, 24 inches wide, sale price, yard 89c {
i J $1.50 Ombre Plaids, 48 inches wide, sale price, yard. .. .$1.25 {
i ' ———___________________________________—___ J
1 J WASH DRESSES HOME MADE RUGS \
5 Several pretty Dresses left from Home made Rugß( abso|utely J
; our sale, mostly small sizes, 16, , in t Bizeß - J
' , 18 and 36; worth $2.50 to $5.00. :t
' \ Sale price $1.39 27 by 54 inches, sale price $1.00 '
, J —^———— 30 by 5 0 | nc hes, sale price $1.35 <
' )8c CHILDREN'S DRESSES j '
t j 50c OUTING JPLANNEL \
, '* Children's Gingham Dresses, Ladles' A-1 I Outing Flannel J
! sires 16 to 14's; worth 98c. Sale Gowns, 650 value. J
, ; price 50c Sale price ...f 49° J
. ' $1.25 and $1.50 Dresses, sale Men's $1.00 value Outing Flannel >
" t price 98c Gowns .....75c ,
| DOLSON ®. SMITH j
' J THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER J
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;; Union Made Shoes -;;
II MURRAY SHOE CO. I
; ; 1715 HEWITT AYE. EVERETT, WASH. <;
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The Wonder Mercantile Co. I
Up-to-Date Clothing Store * « I
ESTABLISHED 16 YEARS I
Hewitt and Hoyt S. Yeo & Son, Prop*. I

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