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2821 W. ... >aii^ DYERS \ Phones 2-18 Jpt^V .;■;-... •-• •-•■ ROSE THEATRE "EVERETT'S LIVE WIRE" ALWAYS THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN For high grade Watches see ] A. J. MOHN ! < 1418 Hewitt ', \ »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ .-■.......... ■----.------ D. KAMERMAN - Everett's Reliable Jeweler ." t 1616 Hewitt Avenue Both Phones: 500 WATCHES Elgin, Wallham, Hamilton, Howard and Hampden watches sold on a ver) small profit at our store. AUSTIN'S, 2004 HEWITT Expert Gun, Watch, Clock, Lock and key fitting and gen eral mechanical work; also sign and pictorial painting, at GUS ERICKSENS 2910 Grand Avenue 1 GOLDFINCH BROTHERS I i GOLDFINCH Paints, Glass | Wall Papers, Paints, Glass 4 2812 Rucker Avenue "¥ ■§>• y 2 Both Phones 285 % , ••• • • ISAM SINGER CO. Everett Public Market The most of the best for the least. Sanitary. Penny Change. j Leg Lamb 15c Ib '• Boiling Beef 11c Ib H Chops, Rib or Loin 15c Ib H and ■ good many things at low \l est prices. j The Maize CAFE Carl A. Schlettweln, Mgr. EVERETT'S POPULAR CAFE \ (Under New Management) Quick Service —Open Day and Night Wetmore and Hewitt , _______ ■ [Weiser's Grill! I A Good Place To Eat | * I W. J. WEISER, Prop. I 8 CARL REICHELT, Prop. COMMERCE BARBER SHOP Commerce Bldg., Everett, Wath. Two Good Batht An Economical Place to Trade MODEL SAMPLE No More $2.50 N° Le« SHOE COMPANY For Men For Women The Upstairs Shoe 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. dt-ARK 2820 Rockefeller THE EVERETT DAIRY for rich fresh milk, cream or butter Phones: Ind. 708 X, Sunset 616 Pioneer-Alpine Dairy fresh Milk and Cream Delivered to AJ! Partg of the City Ind. 271 Sunset 1835 26th and Broadway RUCKER AVENUE GREENHOUSE POT PLANTS, CUT FLOW ERS AND FLORAL DESIGNS FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE. TULIP BULBS, HYCINTH BULBS, DUFFODILLS BULBS, NARCISSUS BULBS, COOOUS BULBS NOW ON SALE. 1528 Rucker Aye., Everett Sunset 1084 Ind. 345Y Loren Thomas Frank Vallier PARIS LAUNDRY We gauarantee all our work and i>rices are right. 2818 Grand Avenue Phones 1157 If Bernard Shaw is correct in his contention that the way to abolish war is to make it as horrible as pos sible, we might as well consider the fray in Europe as a farewell perform ance. —Nashville Southern Lumber man. .jiiska li^is v .„• .. teal and enthu siasm of his youth Into the moveincnV.^ The recent county campaign was planned and carried out under hla di rection and resulted In a new interest and life being arou In the workers of the county that next campaign will make for victory. Mr years continu ous membership In fho party combined with active work, serving the move ment as literary agent, street speaker, local secretary, treasurer, city and now county secretary, has tested his ability m a worker for Socialism. As campaign manager the Socialist party made its first actual fight for victory. Over 25,000 pieces of literature were sold and distributed, over 20 campaign meetings held, 200 square. Inches of Socialist write-ups and news Items were secured from the capitalist press of the county free of charge and the ! campaign carried on in every portion of the county. Comrade Ulonska plans to conduct a County Lyceum course in Snohomish county next year that will keep the locals of the county in closer touch with tho movement and build up "trie membership and if | plans carry out it will be a great edu cational work that will make towards carrying the county for Socialism. FIRST TO RESPOND FROM OUT OF STATE Twin Falls, Idaho, Nov. 9, 1914. Woman's Committee Everett, Wash.: Comrades: Your communication in regard to a handkerchief for your so- I clal received. In reply will say Mrs. Motley and myself congratulate you on the noble work you are doing and we each send you a handkerchief. You are doing the greatest work of any committee we know of. Hats off to you. We have composed a little poem in answer to yours which we enclose herewith. May success crown your every effort is our sincere wish. Fraternally yours, . MR. AND MRS. S. W. MOTLEY. ; TO THE WOMAN'S COMMIT ! TEE LOCAL NO. 1 EVERETT ! By Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Motley I Two handkerchiefs to you wo send. I in the name of Socialism we lend \ A helping hand, to all we can, To drive capitalism from our land. t .: ■■•'"•■", We think your plan a very fine thing, 1 To get non-Socialists on the string. Though Henry Dubbs they've al -1 ways been, A change soon conn when the : light they've seen. i You have done well from what you say, To do so much work without any pay; Success to the people who do things right, And who work for Justice from morning till night. We are shipping Immense quantities of pork to Europe, thus proving again that the pen is mightier than the sword. —Washington Herald. . "European Countries Contaminated With Choler," says a war item In a newspaper. Even a misprint some times tells the truth. —Philadelphia North American. • A full line of staple groceries and Scandinavian specialties, new goods just arrived, at Eidem's Grocery, 2709 Lombard. Phone 477 X. : __ ,—, Lunch Baskets, Coin Purses at Ev erett Trunk Factory, 2815 Rockefeller. Dr. Foote's Plain Home Talk, a cyclopedia of popular medical and social service, $2.00 at Hill's Book Store, 2929 Colby. i ' THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST riON NEWS RESOLUTION ON DAY-LABOR ! SYSTEM IN EVERETT ] tEADQUARTERS LOCAL EV- ' ' ERETT NO. 1, SOCIALIST ! PARTY ; 1812 California Street Everett, Wash., Nov. 8, 1914, ; ho Oltj Council, City of Bv«r«t1: ' m tit man: At i regular i>uhlh«'rh ', Ing of Local ICvorett No. 1, hold | endqiuirtoi'B on übovo dnln, III" ' Mug nisolutlon was recomo 'io resolution committee, mill ! ■ii without ii dteientlng vote. T EUOfOLVSD, thai !RHAB, We, as HnciiiiiHiH, ari ibiy opposed to tin- conlrnct 111 it. LVBDi Thai wo oondemn the r the City Council in rognrd 'verett avenue bridge, and de .hat iin'\ continue to Mnplo) ibor on biilil bridge in threi i of eight hours each. ,Ned) PETER lil'SltV, C, P. MORRISON, F. (3, CROSBY, Resolution Committee JOHN WOHSWICK, Chairman of .Meeting. il INN Ml .1. CROSBY, al Pei retary, EFFECTIVE WAR LECTURE WELL ILLUSTRATED OUTLOOK NOT REASSURING, j SAYS SHIPLEY Another good crowd turned out lust Sunday evening to hear comrade May aard Shipley's second lecture on "The European War and Its Effect Upon the American Workingolaaa." The fundamental causes of war were clear ly ami Impressively expounded to an audience- that was composed of at least fifty per cent non-Socialists. The splendid storeopticon views brought out most forcibly the mercln ary motives and the commercial bases I of all modern wars, not to say ancient ] ones, as well. ComiVdp Shipley cited numerous facts and incidents all or which tend to show that the United States would become involved in war at a very early date. "The workers having voted for war on November 3rd," said the speaker, "there remains no hope now that war can be averted. It is a question of the destruction of the many unfit, and these will drag down with them the relatively few who have intelligence and forethought. War kills off the fools first, but even the Socialists may be dragged into the bloody arena, as they are dragged down now into the trenches of France, Belgium and elsewhere. The outlook is not reassuring." F. G. CROSBY, Press Committeeman for Local 1. _^_ ;; EVERETT STUDY CLASS A study class is to be started at the headquarters of Local Everett, 1612 California street, next Sunday after noon. The first book to be taken up as a primer will be "What Socialism Is," by Chas. 11. Kerr. If you have a copy bring it along next Sunday. The class opens at 3 o'clock. Come along and bring'your friends. FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, 1914 Receipts. M. A. L. Duea $ .25 Local Dues 48.20 I /Supplies boughi from office.... 3.10 Literature bought from office .30 fi Picnic supplies and mls'oel... 173.66 , Organization receipts $225.51 Campaign receipts 66.01 ■ Total Receipts for Sept 1291.5! August balance . 37.25 i Total $328.77 . Expenditures. .'. Dues stamps $36.00 Postage and freight... 2.81 x Express .15 Organization 161.40 Office expenses 18.75 . Printing, supplies and mls'oel. 12.30 i J Total organization expendi tures j $231.41 Campaign expenditures 6.45 i Total expenditures for 5ept._.5237.86 Fraternally submitted, , CARL ULONSKA, Secretary-Treasurer. , Ij Yes, Germany has a navy. And it J looks as if she intends to keep it.— , Washington Herald. Thanksgiving will soon be passed. . You had better let the home folks know you are alive. Send home a photo made at Myers Studio. — _—. i Dr. Ross Earlywine, Dentist, 205 I American Bank nidg. Both Phones I ,725. ' ■ • , ;; S. & H. GREEN STAMPS | :;— —1| ♦ Necessity I : Sale " | <■ This chance to save will !I <> soon be over . Don't delay <• < • and lie too bile. . > :: 1-4 to 1-3 off jj ' '> On This Season's High Class ',', <• Merchandise for Men '!! and Boys ',', I Brodeck-i j Field Co. j; o A. A. Brodeck, Pros. & Mgr. ; ; o 1711-1713 HEWITT AYE. || o S. & H. GREEN STAMPS '}, •^♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^ > KITTLESON GROCERY CO. Good Things to Eat Phones: Ind. 47, Sun. 1540 1701 Wetmore Aye, . .•..•..«..•..•..•..•■.• ..•-:.*»:.*•••■■•■■•-•'.:■*■■•■■•■.:■:■: * J. C. SOVDE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS # i 3419 Everett Aye., Cor. Summit . i Phonos: S. S. 1818, Ind. 470 A • .•-.•..•.■•..•..•..•■.•..•..•..•..•..•..«..•»•..•..»..»..•..,„,..,..,.. .....; i i i <? ■ A 4> Carpenters' and mechanics' <S> 'Z tools, small locks, hinges, build- % [' Ing, builders' and shelf hardware. '; ;| ARTHUR BAILY I 'p Sporting Goods and Hardware % SOCIALIST PARTY, SNOHO MISH COUNTY Minutes of the Executive Committee meeting held October 11, 1914: Morning. Meeting called to order by Chair man Coburn at 11:30 a. m. Present on roll call: Jensen, Co burn and Morrison. Absent: McCormick and Jensen. Resignation of H. W. Illman from the Executive Committee was accept ed and on motion secretary was in-' structed to notify comrade Bertha Zietz, the next alternate, to serve upon the committee. Minutes of the previous meeting read and approved. Final report of county picnic and anti-war demonstration read and on motion was accepted and filed. Secretary reported the organization of a new local Allen Precinct and that churter had been issued. Report ac cepted. Letter from Political Action, of Mil waukee, read and on motion to file in definitely carried. Secretary's letter to local asking I them (o arrange mass meetings the t night before election, November 3, 1914, was read and on motion en dorsed. Afternoon. I Committee called to order at 1:45. , All present except McCormick and 111- I man. ; Matter of admitting the Edmonds . applicants was discussed and on mo- I ion secretary was instructed to notify - I,ocal Edmonds that the committee . consents to the admittance of U ('. I EBngel, A. M. Yost and E. F. Bartlettl I to membership as provided for In . Article X, Section I, of the State Con stitution. Committee suggested arrangements In making up the county campaign edition of the Washington Socialist. Campaign matters were discussed and speakers for the various county mass meetings chosen. On motion secretary was instructed to purchase 25 copies of the Hilquit- Gompers debate to be sold by the county candidates during the cam paign. Secretary's books audited and found correct. Committee adjourned on motion at 5 p. m. CARL ULONSKA, County Secretary. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS If you fail to receive the Washing ton Socialist regularly, notify us, giv i ing details. We want every one who is entitled to the paper, to get it every I week. By notifying us of failure to i do so, you protect us, as well as your- 1 self, as it gives us an opportunity to i trace up the matter, thus locating the difficulty. j TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AVENUE AND SAVE MONEY j ! SALE OF i j FINE FURS I Every Fur Set, Scarf and Muff reduced for this sale. It ♦ I J will pay you to pick out your Furs now and save money. ' j ! $19.00 Water Mink Set, sale price . $14 00 , , $30.00 Kit Fox Set, sale price $19.75 ' J $15.00 Kit Fox Set, sale price $10.75 * J $20.00 Black Fox Set, sale price_ $14.75 \ j $30.00 Black Fox Set, sale price $19.00 J J $20.00 Red Fox Set, sale price $14 50 ' J $13.50 Tiger Set, sale price Illll.li 9^75 J j $18.00 Black Lynx Set, sale price $13.50 ' , $15.00 Black Coney Set, sale price _ $10 50 J J Other Pretty Sets at $7.50, $9.50~ and $12.50 ' J Pretty Muffs specially priced at $3.75 to $12.00 ' / Scarfs of all kinds, priced from,. $1.50 to $15.00 5 j DOLSON (& SMITH \ 5 THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER • ; I GET THE BOY'S HIGH CUT SHOES AT THE MURRAY <• |! SHOE CO. THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY. j I MURRAY SHOE Co! j| 1715 HEWITT SUNSET 1141 <[ \ The Wonder Mercantile Co. '■ Up-to-Date Clothing Store ESTABLISHED 16 YEARS Hewitt and Hoyt S. Yeo & Son, Prop«. The City Grocery Staple and Fancy Groceriei, FJ^iir, Feed, Produce, Etc. Both Phonet m 3410-ia Everett Avenue JOHNSON & lILJENBERG 1 THUESON GROCERY CO. Agent Dr. Fahrney Msdlclnes | Groceries, Flour, Feed, Fruit and Vegetables 1209 Hewitt Avenue '. Phones: Ind. 14X, Sunset 1356 ' j ■— —-.—> : r —: ttt.~ —^ : u^ PALACE BAKERY r 1817 Hewitt Full line American Baking Co.'s I, 3oods, Ice Cream, Candy, Canned Goods, and Lunches. J. F. MURRAY, Mgr. J fc—~— m m mmm m m m m m' '^ m m ',— 4'• Stevens fits the eyes 2004 HEWITT AYE. IBARTLETT BROS. 1 GROCERIES I 2332 Walnut Phone Ind. 320Y |j I You Means YOU) You can liver better and cheaper by buying your j I Potatoes, Apples and All I Your Groceries ■ Farm Produdts 1 Association I The Store That Keeps the Crimp in "High Cost of Living" in f Everett. J. A. POWERS, Mngr. | ! NOTICE! Anyone who has old copies of "In ternational Socialist Review," "The Masses," "Coming Motion," "Melting Pot," etc., lying about the house or in the attic, please bring them to the headquarters. We are going to make good use of them in the campaign. PETER HUSBY, City Secretary. Tlnifsdiiy. .Vovcmltrr 12, 1014. BROADWAY SHEET METAL WORKS R. H. CARPENTER, Prop. Heating and Ventilating, Stoves Repaired, Eavetroughs, Conduc .tor Pipe and Roofing All Kinds of Repair Work—Your Patronage Solicited Ind. 1015Y 2938 Broadway ►»♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< Direct From the Farm to You Yakima Farmer's Fruit & Produce Co. APPLES BY THE BOX OR CAR—POTATOES THE SACK OR CAR ALFALFA HAY CARLOAD LOTS—BEST YAKIMA HONEY 2302 WETMORE AYE. Phone Ind. 478 X Everett, Wn. Durable Matting Suit Cases at Ev erett Trunk Factory, 2815 Rockefeller. The Harvard professor might be asked to change hia name to Munster grad.—■lndianapolis Star. The twenty leading authors who ap prove Great Britain's participation in the war are still in London.—Chicago Post.