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Place Your Money
WHERE
It will be w»!<\ ftrni where it will bring you suro
returns.
You may need it later on.
Four per cent on Saving Deposits.
Citizens Bank <& Trust Company
Cor. Wetmore and Hewitt
FRESH CHURNED BUTTER, FRESH RANCH EGGS AND
FULL CREAM CHEESE ALWAYS ON HAND.
Watch for our Wednesday «nd Saturday specials.
DOWMOORE DAIRY STORE, 1918 Hewitt Avenue
AMERICAIN DYE WORKS
8. ROBINSON * SOW ■£& t jA\ LEADING CLEANERS AND
OM2I Wetmor. f^|^ DYERS
V v Pfcanw 048 '• fw^>'
»»<»»<t»r(r<fi?«<»^:^^^-"" JvjC^-'^"'-N-"t^ft-^t"x'ivMv*s'i--t'-''>r--''''>''
For high grade Watche* ie«
A. J. MOHN
1416 HEWITT AYE.
D. KAMERMAN
Everett's Rehable Jeweler
1618 Hewitt Avenue
Both Phonet: 500
■ ■■■■■■I ■■ T " -*
Auto Supplies—Agents for Good
year Tires
RIVERSIDE HARNESS SHOP
Cor. Fulton and Hawitt
S. S. 1740 PHONES Ind. 562 '
—_——___^——— I
6% MONEY 6% MONEY
Loans may be obtained for any pur
pose on acceptable Real Estate se- i
curity; Hberal privileges; correspond-!
ence solicited.
A. C. AGENCY COMPANY
758 Gas, Electric Bldg. Denver, Colo.
The
Commercial Press
Printers
Manufacturers of
RUBBER STAMPS
2931 Lombard Everett
OWL PHARMACY
For Pure Drugs
Courteous Treatment — Free
Delivery
Both Phones 876
1607 Hewitt Aye.
THE EVERETT DAIRY
for rich fresh milk, cream or
butter
Phones: Ind. 708 X, Bunset 616
Chris Culmback
FOR
TOBACCO
CIGARS
CANDIES
1405 Hewitt Aye.
PHONES 237
Loren Thomas Frank Vallier
PARIS LAUNDRY
We gauarantee all our work
and prices are right.
2818 Grand Avenue
Phones 1167
Phones: Sunset 1180; Ind. 140Y
HOTEL STRAND
NEWLY AND MODF.RNLY
FURNISHED
Opposite Herald Office
2936-38 Colby Aye. Everett
Carpenters' and mechanics'
tools, small locks, hinges, build-
Ing, builders' and shelf hardware.
ARTHUR BAILY
Sporting Goods and Hardware
KITTLESON GROCERY CO.
Good Things to Eat
Phones: Ind. 47, Sun. 1540.
1701 Wetmore Ay».
An Economical Place to Trade
MODEL SAMPLE
No More $2.50 No >■"•
SHOE COMPANY
For Men For Women
The Upstairs Shoe Shop That
Saves You Dollars
How do we doit? 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
Pioneer-Alpine Dairy
Fresh Milk and Cream DeTirerei to All
Parti of the City
Ind. 271 Sunset 1836
26th and Broadway
When In the North End drop j
in at— i
PETE'S PLACE
19th AND BROADWAY
For Your Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft J
Drinks, Candy and Ice Cream 1
PETE SHARPLESS, Prop.
LISTEN. SICK PEOPLE!
DO YOU REALLY, HONEST
LY PREFER TO TAKE
DRUGS? NO.
Thfn Have Your Spine Adjusted
Sickness is a result and so
is Health
A. LEE LEWIS
Registered Chiropractor
307-8 COLBY BLDG.
Send for My New Book
Bring this adv. and get free
analysis
J. C. SOVDE
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND
NOTIONB
3419 Everett Aye., Cor. Summit
Phones: S. S. 1818, Ind. 470
EDW. ECKLUND
Dealer in Fancy and Staple
GROCERIES
Phonoc JKW
2707 Wetmore
ORGANIZATION NEWS
WILL YOU JOIN THEATRE
-BUNCH?
Hero's the How of It
lET'S ALL GET IN ON THIS
PROPOSITION
' Every evening nt about 7:45, thcro
Is to be mm » bunch of pleasure
seekers nt headquarters, ICij. »...„■
fornla street, boys, girls, men iuic)
women; "What's going oil?" Well,
It's it good thing you asked ll'h this
wiiv. Ah you. faithful leader, 'already
know, comrade {Catherine 11. llodglns
has been Induced to allow her nnme
to go UP for the $800 automobile prize
to bo given away April L'lhl, by the
Grand and Princess theatre manage
mi lit ;to be given to the manor worn
an who receive! Hie highest number
of votes In the popularity conloßt now
being waged.
Ot OOUTM the BoOiftlitta of lOvenlt,
will every one vote for Kiitheriii"' II
todgtßti iih faithfully an tlioui;!' lh<
vere rannlng for a political office.
And why not? Also, the hoys down
nt the (itthor Temple are votlnß for
our comrade. AKnin, why not 7ls
there any woman In Kverett who has
Klven more of her tlmo nnd talents to
the cnusp of Labor during the pant
five years than has Kathcrino 11. Rod-
Kins'.' Well, not that anyone can call
lo mind readily. Why should we
workers, all of us, unlonlstH nnd So!
cialists. not take advantage of this oc
casion lo tender her v token of our
appreciation of her work In Our,
Cause by votiilß and working for her
in this auto contest?
THIS IS THE SECRET
Now here's the secret of the stream
of folks, young nnd old, pouring Into
headquarters every evening just be
fore S o'clock. We're forming theatre
parties, and together wo go to upend
an hour and a half at the Grand, or
the Princess theatre, buying a dollar
coupon between us, or several of
them, with 1500 votes per coupon!
Instead of wandering around town
idly, or straying in here or there, we
meet at headquarters, get into "the
hunch," and off we go for a good
time and 1500 coupons for every dol
lar spent! Can you beat that? Re
member, If you go alone, and buy a
single ticket, you get only five votes
for your 10 or 15 cenfs. With our
"bunch" you get 150 votes with each
ticket. Some class to our theatre
parties!
GET IN ON THIS!
Now, gentle reader, come out of
your shell; dig down Into your pocket
after that 10 or 15 cents, and meet us
any night at 1612 California street,
just before the 8 o'clock performance
begins, and we'll all go together and
have an evening of sociability and the
class A shows that the Grand and
Princess always put over.
ARE YOU WITH US?
HOW IT HAPPENED
AT LOCAL LYMAN
Lyman, Wash., April 1, 1915.
Dear Comrades:
Emil Herman has come, given his
message to one hundred or more of
the workers of this one man's town,
and gone on his way to the next
place; and, judging from the manner
of those in attendance, said massage
must have struck home. Also who
shall say "A prophet hath not honor
in his own country." For Kmil lias
spent many years of his life "in this
neck of the woods," and we used to
have a hard time to gel thirty out to
hear a Socialist lecture. But one hun
dred? Whoopeer-ree!
And this in spite of the fact that
the hall remained in pitchy darkness
up till the time appointed for the lec
ture to begin; and thereby hangs a
tale. Having been assured the hall
would be, all heated and lighted in
readiness by those in charge, we rest
ed easy, leaving home with the speak
er in just about time to get there for
the lecture to begin. The excuse
given was they had heard we were
not going to use It; so no telling how
many went away thinking there was
nothing doing.
Yours for an awakened working
class, ELIZA LAMKIN.
TEXAS LAND FOR SALE ORI
EXCHANGE
Lot 16, section 286, 10 acres in Santa j
Kita pastures; located in Jim Hogg
county; 10 miles from Hebbronville.
Address Rufus Wren, Gold Bar, Wn.
Mention this paper.
Owner paid $15 an acre for this land
during the panic of 1907, purchasing
it at what he considers a big bargain.'
Land is suitable for early truck,
oranges, lemons, grapes, figs, etc.
Dr. Koote's Plain Home Talk, a
cyclopedia of popular medical and
social service, $2.00 at Hill's Book
Store, 2929 Colby.
I i
Dr. Ross Earlywine, Dentist, 206 i
American Bank Bldg. Both Phones
r26. ,(
THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST
NEWS FROM EDMONDS
RMmonda, Wash., Apni :i. i !> i r.
The capitalist olMi in Bdtnoflda,
Hinniiini'. train (in opposition offered
iiy ihc Boolallitii nfc beoomini dm-
P'trßtVj for they hiivc FMOTttd I" law
breaking Mciiin. U I', Arp, Meaitim
me ichool* director, ud road hoss,
liiih ii'l'iiiiiml to lilit- n Minn on the rniul
becauae Inl Ih n Boolallli ; which Ib
nothing Inn M Madi list, pure nml
simple; and contrary to the hilior ita
lull- ol' Washington. Hut, "vvluit Ih
law between frll'lldH."
I.mw. it nnisl I"' ri'iiicinln'rcd, Is n
product of th<> k.vmli'im; oonMQnesUy
II Is a ciiinninillly, liko wliciit, ontß,
poliiloi::, nr liilmr iiiiuit, of liny worl.
Bought mill told In ll>" npi'ii ni.'ulirt
lu-iiirdlnn to tin1 tiiipply mill iti'iniitnl
II i» for IhOH "ml lnivi' the priiw.
Tin' working class being the slaves,
and not tho masters, of course, are
not entitled to such luxuries as the
protection of law —"To him that hath,
shall be given; and to him that hath
not, shall lie taken away oven that
which ho has."
Of course wo must not blamo Mr.
Arp, for ho Is only a tool in the hands
of iii" capitalist class. Hi- stands
hlßh in local brotherly lovo (?) or
ganizations, and is quite a patriot.
He Is also In favor of religion being
taught In tho schools; especially tho
Catholic religion. Tho children cele
brated holy week so you sco his or
liaUoM, and 'h (|iiltc n patriot.
Ih alno In favor of religion bclnn
nht. in the bcIiooIb; cKprcially the
nolle religion. The children cele
tcul holy uii'k bo you Ma hl« In
tentions are good. Ho is only a slave
driver himself. "Slaves obey your
maßter;" if you don't ho will tie on
tho tinware; now you understand
where ho Is.
Well, comrades, under the circum
stances, If yQU can't get work, let
George pay your store bills; if you
can there are some great bargains in
Seattle and Kverett.
WAI/IKR HEKCE,
Press Committee.
LOCAL MONROE IS
VERY BUSY—ARE YOU?
Monroe, Wash., April 3, 1915.
The Washington Socialist.
Comrades: Local Monroe pulled off
a basket social April 2 that was a
winner.
Had a full hall, and the program
was better than you get In many of
the theatres, and was all local talent;
but you know the workers have no
talent or ability. If one will only
stop to think, he will find that all the
talent worth while comes from the
working class.
About thirty-five baskets were sold,
which cleared the Local $19.65. About
one hundred present.
The army of rustlers brought in
seven applications fof action who
were admitted as members.
The team of Captain Monroe is five
members ahead in the contest, while
the Keller team are bringing up the
reserves, and a lively battle is pend
ing for supremacy.
Yours for the revolution,
PRESS COMMITTEE,
Local Monroe.
DON'T LIKE CLASS LINES
BUT ADMIRES HONEST OFFICIAL
The Better Promise
The commissioner of public works
| in the city of Everett is a Socialist.
j Business men and property owners
I have thus far found him fair, cour
-1 teous and reasonable —so different, ap
parently, from what they had expect
jed that Home of their surprise and
pleasure has been reflected by com
ment in the conservative newspapers
j of their city.
The Washington Socialist, publish
|ed in Everett, naturally sees no oc
casion for this surprise, although con-
I ceding that "it Is a strange experience
' for the bourgeois to do business with
| a city official who wants neither graft,
1 nor votes, nor implied obligations, in
transacting the business of his of
fice." The Socialist goes on to pledge
satisfactory service by the commis
sioner "as long as Socialism"s oppon
ents do not attempt to put something
over that is detrimental to the inter
ests of the working-class," but no as
surance is conveyed as to what may
happen when the working-class at
tempts to put something over that is
detrimental to the interests of Social
ism's opponents. In this lopsided
pledge Is discovered the old prejudice,
bo much played up in Socialist jour
nalism and so effective against the
spread of understanding of the better
purposes of true Socialism. The
ranks of Socialism are not entirely
filled from the working-class; on the
contrary many thousands of working
people are the most bitter of Social
ism's opponents.
Would it not have been enough, and
better, to say for the Everett commis
sioner that he would continue to be
fair and square in his dealings with
3veryone, and that he would see to it,
so far as he was concerned, that noth
ng was put over detrimental to the
nterests of any class? —The Town
>ier (Seattle.) I \
SOCIALISTS ELECT THIRD ,
COUNCILMAN IN ABERDEEN
aiii;i(|)|.;kn, April 7. fudge .T.
M. I'hillfpK. republican primary nom
inee, whs elected mayor yeßterday
over Ahli, socialist, by over 1,000 ma
jority.
With the promise of a light vote
through tho day socialist success was
feared, but the voters rallied in the
afternoon mid evening. The social-,
'ft?.- _' 10 have two-members of the
council, elected ■ third member from
the First ward, which was carried
liv Anton I'lhlh over 11. 1!. Strong, re
publican, by five votes. In the Sec
ond ward, another socialist strong
hold, Hi" socialist candidate for coun
cilman lost by thirty votes.
Mrs. Itoso Damitio, the only woma
n candidate, and a socialist, lost in
the Sixth ward for councilman by
about ninety votes. Hepubllcan can
didates for clerk, treasurer and police
.tllllpe were elected.
THE ELECTIONS WEDNESDAY
('[rrCAOO.—For the first, time In
lilKtory, a noKro, Oscar de Priest, was
■ Inliil city councilman. The council
will bo nmdo up of 33 democrats, ?,1
iipnhllcans, two progrcKKives, three
Independent! and one socialist.
Three new ronnties voted dry, mak
ing r,n dry out of 102 in Illinois.
OH YOU SHINGLE TARIFF!
VANCOUVER JOBLESS RIOT
VANCOUVER, It. c, April 2.—Fif
teen hundred men who had yester
day been refused relief work in Van
couver by the city council last night
attacked restaurants and fruit stands
on Cordova street, breaking the win
dows and carrying off fruit. The po
lice promptly arrested five of the par
ticipants and the mounted force dis
persed the remainder with little
trouble.
WILL DISCUSS BILLS
WHICH THE REFERENDUM
SEEKS TO NULLIFY
One or more capable speakers have
been engaged to discuss the laws
passed by the recent legislature now
being attacked with the referendum,
for Everett people interested, at the
high school auditorium next Wednes
day night. K. P. Marsh, president
of the State Federation of Labor, is
corresponding with Corporation Coun
sel James K. Bradford and Assistant
Corporation Counsel Howard Hanson,
ojf Seattle, to have one or both at
tend the session at which the merits
or demerits of the seven bills Involv
ed will be discussed.
FOR SALE—6O acres improved land
near Langley; buildings, well,
fences, partly cleared. Small pay
ment. Move in at once. Only $40
per acre.
10 acres, buildings; clearing; near
town; good soil; small payment;
long time.
Write for land list.
McLEOD, Langley, Wn.
Eldem's Grocery, 2709 Lombard, can
supply you with staple groceries and
Scandinavian specialties. Phone in
your orders. Ind. 477 X.
THE KAISER AND POTATO
BREAD
By FREDERIC W. KAPER
The news comes from Germany that
the kaiser and his family are living
on potato bread, the same as the com
mon people and the soldiers, which
reminds one of the old limerick:
"There was a young lady named
Maude,
Who was suspected of being a fraud.
She never was able
To eat at the table,
But out in the pantry—Good Lawd."
Literature distribution Sunday!
THE CASH SYSTEM
Is the only proper way to do
business. Deal at our store
where your money buys more.
Then—you can soon go on to
the cash basis.
Farm Products Association
The store that keeps the crimp
in high cost of living in Everett
We fit the Eyes and grind lenses
to suit while you wait.
Stevens
<
2004 HEWITT c
TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AVENUE AND SAVE MONEY *
1,000 Yards of Fine \
Dress Goods \
50c SERGES 39c $1.50 CREPES $1.00 ;
Fine Wool Serges, 36 Inches N™ 'Silk and ""] Crepes and "Sit
wide; colors black, . navy, Poplins; all new colors #
brown and wine; worth SOc. Sale price — $1.00 {
Sato price <iQ *
""'™fi 95c RATINE 50c {
65c DRESS GOODS 49c 3G Inch New Tan < and New '
"■ '" T—MM '""" f-°'or Ratine 95c value '
42 in. Wool CrepeTal^olors, Sale price — ; 5Q n ,
black and white checks, new m^^mm^~mmm^mm^mmm'mmmm-\*&
• plaids; worth to 75c yard. $1.98 DRESS GOODS $150 J
1-^l J^ i^—>i|ii>M _ |>Bi|i _^49c 52 inch New Silk and Wool '-'
mi^m^^^m^mmmt Whipcords; colors navy and \
75c SUITINGS 50c black; worth $1.98 yard. ■*
54 Inch Flannel Suitings, colors Sale price —-$1.50 J;
black, navy and gray; 75c ',
value. Sale price 50 c SALE OF REMNANTS #
■^■^■^■■■■^^■■■■■■■■■■■■■i About 1,500 Remnants of Wool .■'
%\9T\ fiATTWP 7R/. Dress Goods, Table Linens, *;
Sl.^J) KATINE 75c Crashes, Ginghams, Outing 5
44 inch New Tan Color Ratine, Flannels, etc., all at a Good {
$1.25 value. Salee price._7s c Saving. ' '■■-■'■':*',
D OLS O N & S M IT H I
THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER ;♦
For the best values in Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnishings and \*\
Shoes, Don't forget us at our new location, 1517 Hewitt Avenue. , '
■■■ _-. ■■ . . ■'■- ' , . , ' : ,;■■,{■
Brodeck & Day:
The first one hundred boys or girls presenting this ad. will receive i'
a jumping top FREE J
~ •■' ■■ : ■■ - .i- ■ ..T^Tr,*r..r._
g. McAllister
Practical Interior and Exterior
Decorator ' ''
Fine Paper Hanging a Specialty
Shop and Residence 2222 Baker
I Aye. Phone Ind. 609 Y.
»♦♦♦♦♦»♦•♦»»»»♦♦««
I LONDON CAFE I
I UNION HOUSE I
I 2013 Hewitt I
MOON & BEEP
Successors to
REEP GROCERY .. ~
1912 Hewitt Aye.
Phones: Sunset 197, Ind. 437
For First Class Forest Wood and
Prompt Delivery Call
NEW WAY WOOD YARD
Phones: Ind. 377Y; Sunset. 778
CENTRAL MARKET
The Most of the Best for the
Least
Phone Ind. 82Y, S. S. 672
Big Saturday Sale on Meats
I Special
I offer to
Readers
\Vashmgton
Socialist
will be sent to
any address in
tne United
States for
Five Weeks
for
Ten Cents
until further
notice
Thursday, April H, !<)]:>.
CHARLES L. LINDBLAD
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fruits, Flour, Hay and Feed
Sun. 1064, Ind. 466 X
LOWELL WASH.
GOLDFINCH BROTHERS
Wall Papers, Paints, Glass
2812 Rucker Avenue
Both Phones 285
CARL REICHELT, Prop.
COMMERCE BARBER SHOP
Commerce Bldg., Everett, Wash.
Two Good Baths
DR. K. I. KOBBERVIO
DENTIST
406-8 Commerce Bldg.
Phones: Ind. 163, Son. 43C
HIGH SCHOOL GROCERY
Both Phones 1166— 25 th A Colby
HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
Our Motto, Quality and Service
THUESON GROCERY CO.
Agent Dp. Fahrney Medicine*
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Fruit and
Vegetables
1209 Hewitt Avonue
Phone*: Ind. 14X, Sun.et ISM
THE
Yakima Farmers' Fruit &
Produce Company
Have Moved to 2807 Rocke
feller Aye.
Phones: S. S. 378; Ind. 293
The Horseshoe
BAR
1805 Hewitt Avenue— Near
Commerce Building
COOK AND ZAEPFEL
UNION OYSTER AND
CHOP HOUSE
CARL ERICKSON, Prop.
We Cater to the Working Men
17171/2 Hewitt Avenue

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