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Pastime Aniusemont Parlors 26 POCKET BILLIARD TABLES 22 SOLO CARD TABLES Cor. Wetmore & Hewitt Ayes., in Basement DRIESSLBIN A BECKBH PAINTS & GLASS 'goldfinch bugs. Wall Papers. Paints, Glx«w J. 2 Rucker Avenue Both Phones 285 I / PLUMBERS R. VAN DYKE 1 PLUMBING and HEATING 2811 Oakes Shop Phone GSIX; Res. 513 X ■ ; i WOOD FOREST WOOD $2.50 per load, delivered. HEATER WOOD $2.00 per load, delivered. PHONE 'MIX ; DRUGGISTS t \ CITY DRUG STORE 1910 HEWITT WE. Free Delivery to any part of the city. .Ask for the Green Trading Stamps. DYERS & CLEANERS S AMERICAN Dye Works LEADING CLEANERS Phones 248 ■ i BOOTS AND SHOES An Economical Place to Trade MODEL SAMPLE SHOE CO. No More— $2.50—N0 Less 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 Theatre 1806-1808 Hewitt Aye. UPSTAIRS j OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shoeman Fifteen Years in Everett Cor. Hewitt and Wetmore r , If you want to save money on good Workingmen's Shoes Go to FRANK'S PLACE 1118 Hewitt Just Off the Press "The Genesis and Evolution of Slavery" By E. T. KINGSLEY This article which has been published in The Northwest Worker has just been reproduced in book form and is now on sale at this office. This little booklet of (i 1 pages contains a Wealth of Infor mation regarding the economic basis of capitalist society, and the position occupied by the working class within it. It clears up much that has long confused, not only the workers themselves, but manj others who have given thought to the vexations and anomalies of modern civiliza tion. It is invaluable to every student of social phenomena, and especially to every member of (he working class. Price 10 Cents, Postpaid No. 161G0. ALIAS SUMMONS In the Superior Court <>r the State of Washington, in and fi>' the County of Snohomish, Estlc <■'. (taker, by Peter Mushy, his guardian ml litem, Plaintiff, Vs. Nellie D. Baker, Defendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON: l'o NYlho D. liakrr, tin1 above named defendant: You are herebj summoned to ap Bixtj (60) ii;i> b after the date of the first publication of tln-; Summon*, to-wlt, within sixty I lir \;i .1 da) of November, 191G, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and :n wer the amended complaint of the plaintii't", un.l serve a copy of your an swer upon tlio undersigned attorney for plaintiff at his office below stated, n case of your failure to to do, judgment will be rendered again t you see ing t" tlu- demand of the amended complaint which lias been filed with the clerk of the said court. The object of this action is to ob tain n divorce or annulment of mar ■he iri ounds stated in the I plaintiff's amended complaint. PETEK Hi SBY, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and P. O. Address: '■ i Stokes Bldg., Everett, Wash. No. 16166 SUMMONS In the Superior Courl o( the State of Washington in and for the County ! of Snohomish. Herman Carlsen, plaintiff, vs. Anna j ( arisen, defendant. Hie Sta;e of Washington to the su 1 defendant, Anna ('arisen: hereby summoned to appear .vithin sixty days after the date he first p il lication of this Bummons, to wit, within sixty days after the 9th I . . 1916, and defend the above en I on in Ihe above en- ! wi the complaii • of the plain'iff, and serve a copy of j your answer upon the undersigned at y for plaintiff at his office below d; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of this action is to ob tain a divorce from the defendant on the ground of abandonment for more , lhan one year last past. PETER HUSBY, Attorney for Plaintiff. P. O. Address: 215 Stokes Bldg., Everett, Snohomish County, Washing ton. whatloread on socialism The Genesis and Evolution of Slavery 10c , Manifesto of the Socialist Party....loc How the Farmer Can Get His 10c The Right to Be Lazy 10c Socialism Made Easy 10c Industrial Relations Commission Report 10c Value, Price and Profit 10c The Class Struggle 10c ! The State and Socialism 10c Our National Kitchen 10c .')-! Socialist Songs and Music 10c j The Pest and Other Plays 10c | Think or Surrender 16c j What'r. So and What Isn't 16c i War, What For? 26c Democracy or Despotism $1.00 . The Cry for Justice $2.00 A spwiui combination offer is made for- a';y three 10-cent books for 25 cents. Order at once from The North west Worker, 1612 California street. We recommend all these books. WASH. NO'i'MS si.Ml. OFFICE Itlioni 3] I < "lumci. i hlil' I". O. Uox 4HI. Mverett, Wuh I Mil lIKKMAN. Stall Secretary All rotnunttfntioli . rotating to the Soctnllut niovomnii, incnibornhip, etc., will rccoivo prompt at i-.• tll ion I oral Olltlooh i Ihc fii I and llms i.i onlj local to i out i il>iiic to Lhe do fonae of Lhe workoi In the Bverett jail, Tli<' amount lia been forwarded ti> the Everett Workers' DefenM ''"in mitteo at Seattle With the exception of Vugusl of (his year the siati 1 office receipts for due Htntnps and. wupplieH were greatei fur tin' month of Novembei than foi unj month niiu'i' February, I;* 1 r». \v. ft, Clemoni reports that Local Klma distributed between 1,500 and !,000 leaflet! during the month of No vcmber. Ballots for Referendum "Q" have been went to nil locals and M. A. L.'a. To have your votes counted tnemboi dues must be paiil for October and localn MIST HAVE REPORTED TO THE STATE OFFICE FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER. There is still time t" gel your report in before December IS if you hurry. From l>. M. Vngtis, Local Proeser: "Will you semi me "JOO application card-, and also 100 due stamps? Hen lon county is on the eve of a mighty awakening, so just kepe an eye on for ■.in daj -. Will explain it to you if wo succeed, and I have no reason to doubt It." From R. W. Thompson, Local Mon roe; "At our regular meeting held la ■ ; niivlit. five members present, it was decided to ask for a date pro vided a' lecturer is put in the field tliis coming winter. We could not guarantee any further assistance at present but will d<i what we can when the time comes." REPORT YOUR LOCAL FOR NOVEMBER. Prom J. 11. Shroyer, Local Ho quiam: "We have filed one candidate foi school director and will make a :.;n I fight to elect. The proposition of putting an organizer in the field was discussed at our meeting Sunday and we derided that it should lie done. It was suggested that Katter feld should be employed if possible." RESOLUTION Resolution adopted by the execu tive committee of the Socialist Party | of Washington at their regular meet- Jin'/ on Sunday, December :i, 1916: Whereas. The capitalist class of Everett appears determined to sup press thi' freedom of discussion along o omic iir"- by the working class, and to this end has used brutal force in what we consider an illegal and un constitutional manner; he it Resolved, Thart we. the executive committee of the Socialist Party of the state of Washington, denounce the action of said capitalists for the sev eral acts of violence during the last few months that culminated in the de struction of life and, to the end that the truth of the matter may he placed before the public, we a.sk that an in vestigation be made by the federal government. Resolved, That after a careful con sideration of the facts in the case we consider the 74 men, now being held for trial on the charge of first degree murder, in the Snohomish county jail, innocent of crime or intent to com mit, crime. Resolved, That we call upon the ■ members of the Socialist Party of Washington to aid in this fight by ar ranging public mass meetings and collecting funds in behalf of those ac cused and giving the fullest, publicity to the caHe. Resolved, That a copy of these res- | olutions be sent to the presidnet of the United States and to the United States commissioner of labor. (Signed) MARY McNAMARA, CARL ULONSKA, A. H. BAHTH, .IAS. BUTTON, EDW. MAURER, J. M. HALTER, LEONARD TUURI, Executive Committee. EMIL HERMAN, State Secretary. Send all contributions to Emil Her man, box 491, Everett, Wash. MUST CHANGE OUR TACTICS Birmingham, Nov. 27, 1916, Northwest Worker, Everett, Wash.: Dear Comrades—Enclosed find I. 0. order for $1.10 for renewal and Appeal aa per your offer. You are do ing fine showing up that bunch of murderers known as the Everett Com mericial Club. Pretty much the same spirit exists, in every commercial club throughout he land. Say, you ' ought to give u.s Lhe election returns if you can get it, regardless of how low it is. We have got to change our tactics. Results are not commensurate with such heroic effort. I am willing to go down the line with you, but we must use judgment as well as courage. Yours as ever, J. C. McKEE. —j ' ".■■.; —' ———— IDAHO NOTES si •ATM OKFH B Nampa. Idaho. Ml . omn Ication relating to the , '■ i iii i movement, membei ihip, • i will recoive prompt attention C. !■'. FIELDS, Mlnle Seci el H i .' 1 ni the month "i1 <Ictoliei we line monthly reports from 33 locals which how h paid up membei chip ol ap proximately 800. There wen till IB loi ill that did not s I in theh re port h. If th( c "' I"1 ill avei age up ai the name rate a i tl lhers, ii will give ii b paid up mbershlp of a In 1 1 (. over 1,100. Anolhei montli has pu led by and it is again i ime for tli«' tei i etai ios to send in their repoi i Remember you cannot second motioni or vote on referendum!! unless you comply with that part of the state constitution which require* that the locals report to the- stale organize non. We want i" take this opportu uiiy tn again call your attention to the value "I1 your monthly reports and a.-.U that yon aasiit us in making the Idaho organization one of the bent slate oi ganizationa. \v«- Mavi' Noi Obtained the tabulated report of the state vote. We expected ii today bul was unable in gel it. We arc holding ti|> the prinl ing i>r the Party Builder until we do, ho us to include it. Reports thai have come, however, seem to Indicate a gain over 1914 but that we will not equal LOl2. II only proven that we must, <lv more work along the line of organisation than we have been do ing for the past year. A big vote will not come unless we organize to iret it. "Civilization" [f you Want to see a motion pic ture that offset- tlie preparedness pictures that have been showing toi the past few months you should see the picture with the above title. It \n a 1.2-ree] production and will encour age you if you 800 it, as it makes one realize thai there are efforts -<>Lhvi than our own thai are Working to abolish war. Local Secretaries Are urged to send m the signatures of . their members on the Party Builder subscription blanks that have goi c forth from this office. In order to i_"<-t the members of your local on the Bub scription list we must have the signa lures of the members on the b .. beiiiK sent. Blessed are they that expect nothing for they not be disappointed. While Are Looking at the lit suit of the election and are scanning the papers for some news of socialist! [gains you may feel discouraged and i I overlook the fact that our gains are I not always made by increasing our I vote or electing some comrade to of- j fice. A few years ago Victor L. Her- ! I ger was defeated as mayor of Mil- j waukee and the comrades were dis couraged. They did not consider that it was in reality a victory because, although he was not re-elected, the ;ocialist vote increased heavily over a combined vote of the other parties. Our vote in 1!<1(> may not show the gain that we are expecting, but one thing has been established—and that is that the sentiment against war has greatly increased. By our continual agitation we have forced the demo- I cratic party to adopt the "kept us ! out of war" issue. The greater part of the votes cast for that party were ' not democratic votes but were pro tests against war. What matters it to us how the .spirit of militarism is broken ? The vital thing to us is the fact that it is broken. A few years ano when this nation went to war with Spain there was no difficulty in nut ting recruits for the service, A few monts ago when President Wilson was trying to GET US INTO WAR with our Mexican brothers we found a great change had taken place. Wil- ! son saw it. and, politician as he is, used it to further his re-election.] Here is the question that I wish to I ask. Are you going to net discour aged and cease your efforts or are i you going to feel the encouragements thai this protest vote should give you and renew your efforts to keep things moving? Comrade L. W. Bishop of Local Lewiston sends us $1 to help on the Party Builder and says thai they haw ordered 1,500 of the 1920 campaign leaflets from the National ' Office for distribution. The local has | secured new quarters for their mccl ings and are having some very inter esting meetings. Me writes: "The com mittee on program announces the sub ject I'nr discussion one week ahead and calls for some comrade to volun teer to prepare the main talk. Other comrades also prepare themselves and follow him up with short, talks." Although I Have Made Very Little i iTui'i I have succeeded in selling iven 'iir mi the Intel national So ! cialist Review. I have not had much ; in 11.> work along that line, bin re llm i few will help. If a bun died, of the more than 1,000, . the) members will do as well we can >. i Lhi ci... 'I'll, . offer will lil ■ üboul the fii ■! "i' ihe j• ai we must get buy and ; ell I lie (iOO bi i'■-, c I hat time. We i easily do it. Bui we must all do so Send in the sabs, to this office ii fa: i as you gel them and we will . ,i them in the Ke\ iev office. ow i! fin t and o1 hei fturwards. We want to i oon at ji" ■ I all you have sold. We are ,i blanks for that purpose LOCAL OUTLOOK TO THIS DEFENSE ( lut In 'I W i h , lo !<i, 1 *»■«► , ■ . .I, , Work r i I wi Ii lii tell '"I Im<" much 1 i Mi- < i..• ! i -'■ thnl f>u it : t ni hi i I I .ii •■' int I in pnhli hinj! i '"'I i | > ' in i« intcrr In "I humnnitj md Hir Sot'iiil ■ I'nrly. We of Ijociil Outlool hn i iiioveil hy thr n i Feel fn the unfoi Lunate I. W: W.1 ! '■ erett who arc to he placed on trinl for mur j iler thnt we hnve raised and sent to ii i till y 111 i man *I I Cor theii tie i.n, 1 am mo od In 'Ni conned ion to n . i hat i lie hrutalil y of Ihe < lommer • -i;i I (!]ub of Rverett calls !'"> the pro : .! nnd I '', force of a ; i - if ne'e1 Bary, of every man vho ha i any red hloo I in lii , body. None of us know j how onii we in ly iii held up and beaten by some uch ruffian band. Indeed n young man neiKhboi who waß visiting Kverett during October ■;i held up by a deputy oi Rome other , uffiun, •en r< he<l, and advised to i ii uve i"' n, which he '!i'l at once. A b for myself I do not often wear clo better than an I. W, W. or have mud, cash in in,1 | ket I, nil hoilf! Ii I own a ' I'oiiil farm. I feel that insomuch as I , am continually circulating literature cnllintr into quei • ion the divine rights of capil ah i and t heir tools and nympal hizei to run things in this world ac they do, that at any lime J may be jailed, beaten or killed as such I uffian elect I am not aware Urii there is any law to prevent an I. W. W. from go 1 ing from place i o pi ice ju • as Meth odists and "ilil Fellows and other citi zens, 1 believe it is lawful for men to carry runs to kill ducks and oilier ' ranic; then why not for self-defense 7 lin fact , fioin wh i ha occa, red I be thnt we are fidl ■: '•' .stifled in irn for ■ elf di n c. I am of il o opinion that the I. W. \V. 1a ■ ■ ■ < , h murdi al Kveret t, svill be di chai ■■•■■l. and that if thi y are coi i tod i fal c test imony, oi pack ed i : i- ■■ or l>oi li, i hat n re% olut ion I will ti dt. let iho o vho would I :,'!'• r -I- -li'i'i-li : nd libei ty beware! 1 Oh. i.'ln" Can man resign 'hee, Once having fell thy gen You I flame? Can dungeons, boll and bars confine thte, Or whip i thy nob! spirit tame? Or whips thy noble spirit tame? Too long the world has wept, bewail j in* , Thai falsehood's dagger tyrants ] wield; | Hut freedom is our sword and i shield, 'And all their art; are unavailing I The brutal tactic? of Everett was also practiced at North Vakima this fall, except that no one was killed. ! But the mob of business and profes sional men—-even preachers — who composed the mob had, murder in their hearts and the tools to commit it in their hands. 1 predict that the working class are not always to be suppressed by violence. Fraternally, WALTER PRICE. WITHOUT A MINISTER I!> E. C. Hunton We lay away our martyred dead; i No hymn is sung; no prayer is said. I No mocking cant from brazen lips That from the cup of .Mammon sips. And as we lower them in the grave No obsequies from pious knaves But on each bier rain roses red, An emblem of our brotherhood. Oh, Comrades! Oh, Brotherhood! Thy services are understood By millions who count them sublime, Who glimpse that something deemed divine. lOh God of Justice! God of Right! We i li thee not in oui' dark ni)j;ht j 'To com and stand beside this bier, We know that Thou art always here. A.-; we understand the republican position, the cost of living has risen faster than wages under this demo cratic administration and it was damnable of the railway workers to try to do anything about it.—Howard Brubaker in The Masses. and will mail them out at an early date. We are trying to get enough com rades to sign the organizing fund pledge bo that we can put an organ izer in the field. We need your help. Will you co-operate with us to make this a success? We want to raise a fund so that we can let the organize] cover the territory thoroughly. He is to go into a place and got the name. of all the Socialist voters and sympa thizers and see them personally and endeavor to get them to enlist in the Socialist movement. We should do our organizing work along the same lines that lodges do. Let an organizer go into a place and stay until he has in terviewed every socialist in the com munity before going to another. Give i one lecture and have one or more | meetings with the comrades, in the i local, meet with ami help to perfect the county organizations, etc. In or der to do this we must have the neces sary finances. Our receipts for dues are not enough. Theie is but one way to do it and that is to get enough comrades to pledge themselves to ; up port an oiganizer until we build up our membership to a point where the dues will support him. We want your assistance. Will you help us? TKAIM, ON ROCKEFELLER Wl.. A Ml SAVE MONEY Christmas is Coming —nearer tvu v <lij. Have you started your shopping yet? We are showing a big assortment of Toys, Games, Dolls etc. Make PRACTICAL PRESENTS this year; they will be appreciated, — such us Dresses, Dress Goods, Furs, Coats, Suits, I'ath Robes, Underwear, etc. GAMES New Sewing Sets 48c Flailing for Frogs 25c Post Office (.arms - 23c Toy Town Railroads : 45c Erectors -$1.80 Erectors 90c Erectors 45c Crazy Travellers •• 45c Rope Tom 45c Toy own Telegraph _ 90c Soldiers of the Advance Guard 40c Pistol and Soldiers 23c Roley Poley 23c Dolson & Smith THE STOKE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER AYE. Bachelder & Corneil BETTER CLOTHES For Men and Boys THE WONDER MERCANTILE CO. Up-to-Date Clothing Store k Estttblished-16 Years | HEWITT AND HOTT S. YEO & SON, Props. I PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER —AT— THE NORMAN SUIT HOUSE I MEN'S CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY I EVERETT MUSIC HOUSE 2936 COLBY AYE. PUBLIC REST ROOM Christmas SpeciaIs—UKULELES $4 to^lh DAIRIES " —Use— EVERETT CREAMERY BUTTER The Best Butter Made in Everett FOB SALE AT YOUR GROCERY BEST BUTTER IN THE CITY Satisfaction Guaranteed or You* Money Relumed. Weight and (Quality, Our Motto. FAMILY ICE CREAM UKUKHS OIK SPECIALTY MEADOWMOOK DAIRY STORE, 1918 Hewitt JEWELERS D. KAMERMAN 1 Everett's Reliable Jeweler 1610 HEWITT AYE. Ind. 227Y Sunset 500 v j A. J. MOHN "1 JEWELER Waltham, Elgin and Hamilton Watches. Phone Ind. 118 X 1416 Hewitt Aye. Robt. E. Andersen, Prop. BARBERS f CARL REICHELT 1 Commerce Barber Commerce Bldg. Everett, Wash. Two Good Baths I ) GO TO THE I BAYSIDE BARBER SHOP .. FOR GOOD WORK I 1207 Hewitt Union Shop | v. ■ J Prejudice has a distorted vision, so it. always lies about what it sees. From Jris. Sutton,- -1,-oeal Tacoma No. 4: "Were swamped last night; had ix new members brought in by i one who -had been out for about a ' I year, making seven in all. Things are j king up. 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