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DENTISTS DR. BLVERA WESTBERG DR. VICTOR WESTBERG B 9 American Hunk lUdg PHONE MAIN BUB (. PETERSEN EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING 2!iJl WETMORE WK. EDW. ECKLUND Fancy and Staple (Jrooeriet* Main Stß -'707 Wet more For T.iur N>»t Suit. Try U. HI LTMAN Tailor to Men and Wom«m 2926 Colby Phone Main 700 SCANDIA BAKERY BUTTER BREAD Made in Everett's Modern Bread Shop Call for Royal Bread AT YOUR GROCERS * Mad* at VIENNA BAKERY B.F. Da-Lk OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shocman Cor. Hewitt and Wetmort If y«n want to nit money «n food Workingmen's Shoes Go to FRANK'S PLACE 1118 Hewitt AT YOIR SKRVK E RAPID AUTO EXPRESS Little Hed Motor Truck Miind at Corner Hoyt and Hewitt i'hone Main 314 Residence Phone, Ulue 745 GOLDFINCH BROS. Faints, dlass. Wall Paper and Hrushrs Fk»th F'honex, M»in 285 21112 Rucker Avenue gH AMERICAN "«^ps?£ Dye Worki LEADING CLEANERS Phone Main 231 GEORGE VV. LOUTTIT LAWYER Over First National Bank Everett, W»nhint:ion See our Stock of New and Uaed Furniture, Linoleum, Rags, UangeH We Clean Carpets ROBERT LAUGHTON FURNITURE STORE Phone Main 643 R 2802-4 RUCK Kit AYE. MONEY TO LOAN— On Dia- Imonds, Watches and all Ar ticles of Value. Licensed and Bonded Broker. M. S. Sllverman, 1412 Hewitt. RECONSTRIKTION iNo . Tl\l« m-iiin lit nrtloloK limy Im> had in pnm.ihli '■ from hi i"■ |i»r eopyi i ft<r irio; 4 fi>r 2Rc, Adilrnwi I>U iill.i.'in ■\. . ii. ti>7Pj 11.1111..111 Street, INiiitiiiul. Or« i ißy • Ihai les II <Ihapman.) 11 'imii inued I 1 'rum Last \\ >••■! • Bui ;''' lazy? The drones? Thn shirkers? ! .'in coming to thorn. The i.i >, the drones and the shirkers will bo permitted to starve and freer*, Cigarette Al gernon and Chatnpngno Cholly, who now career up and down the streets in their twelve-cylinder cars, will shiver in the rain and howl for a cracker. The hunker, the real-estate owner, the coupon clipper, the devourer of dividends, •vill go to work unless they pre fer to starve. All they will get •a honrst pay for hone toil. The "idlers" of the less respect able classes, who worry our "bet ter element" so much, will soon find jobs suitable to their Rifts and go to work. There will be no blacklist,' no card system, no gunmen, no mine guards, no Rockefellers. Hut "there can not be enough produced" to jjive everybody a ('ecent livinjr, "The poor ye have always with you." Todsy twenty million of the most vigorous • ounsr men in the world are de stroying bs fast as they can with science, the church, the political governments, the philosophers, poets and preachers ejjjrinsj them , on, and. still we do not starve. ■■ Stop the waste nnd then- would be enough to keep everybody in <:omfort. Stay the hands of the robbers, strip the thief of his plunder and the millionaire of his booty, cut out the landlord and his fellow parasites; put the banker to honest production, k»jj the politician, let the workers po "■: :!y about their tanks arid they will produce enough for all of us to eat, drink and wear, with pood houses to live in and pood -ailro-ids and motor-cars to ride in. Ft is the masters who shriek 'hat there is not and cannot be enuf produced to (rive i-\ <■■ -ybody a full stomach. Pome must starve that God's choxen may eat their fill. Some mu.nt shiver nnkfd on the wintry street that God's "hosen may wear fur and velvet, nnd some must rot in untimely graves thnt God's cftOMQ may Mljoy the sport of war. Stop wnr and waste nnd nobody need want, except the lazy who will not work. No owners! Good <;<><!! Every body will want the same piece of land nd fight for it. Why? Gut out the landlord and there is land enough to give every family a dwelling place and field* to till. When nobody can hire "help" a little land will suffice—just enough for father and the boys to till, and the boys must not be kepi out of school even for that. Who will wish for vast domains when he cannot rent them to enslaved tenants? Who will wish to "hold down" idle land when he can not •ell it and gather in the unearned increment' accruing from others' toil? Farming will be organized, 'ii"> other industries, Into an in trial state with its own gov ernment. The farmers, function ing as a purs democracy, will ap portion the land among them selves. The small farmer will '■■' encouraged. He will not be plucked on the way to market, nor preyed upon by carrier! and mid dlemen. He will cat the fruit of his own tree and reap his grain for his own oven The farmers' Industrial state will take his surplus off his hands and pay Us full value in money. Hut the bulk of the farming under Indus trial democracy will be done by mnrhinery working in wide fields, THE CO-OPEH \'! rVK vvw iin■ 11 'ill■l■ ■11 b J I' 11' i • 01 111111 • I Inn lii i Mixer I"i Ihe field* will be provided by Immen c dair |i . ondui U»d by Om- runnel ' tatc hen ill go to the dw illmr cif men, I do not ml ihai many people will care tn li ve on i lolatod farm , iho .■in A Imoal i'vvi ■, bodj will live in citiei 01 Rubui ban tuw 111, win i a 11 1•■• 11 anipoi tat lon, lip lit g)111 heal and | I company v ill make life plea n\ I • ■ th' at re , librai le i and mm Ie and fr< .i.i. •Nt dancf In chool hou pi will 1n..1 zest to toil. Mut every family will live »m it pleases. Nobody will bother about it* ways ■a long as it earns its living. In the coming world nothing will be owned. I mean nothing that is needed for social uku. Everything in the shape of nat oral resources, education! recrea tion, whatever concerns the health and happiness of the family, will be free. John will ho free. Any person who wishes to may go into any shop or mill or manu factory or store or upon any un occupied piece of land and work. No fear that wages will hi- cut, for every one will get all he pro duces. No danger of overpro duction, for the world grown sane will not be frightened at the prospect of too much food and clothing or too many house to live in. The more worker* the more work done, and the more' good things for the workers to eat, drink and wear. The remedy for overproduction ''will not be wars to force the Roods upon reluctant barbarians, but shorter hours and more happin«-fs for the workers at home. Anybody who wishes may wander about the world, now working, now enjoying the sights. Travelling will not cost anything and the necessaries of life can be earned anywhere by any capable worker. Wherever he goes will be of his own country. There will be no jails for "vagrants." The industrial states will encourage "vagrancy" for the sake of the new ideas and the love of free dom it inspires. KING OFFERS PALACES British Wounded May ll* Housed in Kuckinham and lialmoral. So King George has "offered" his palaces to the nation! The Czar of Russia did the same, but not before he was compelled to do M by the course of events. The Russian people accepted the Czar's offer nnd sent him to Siberia, where he is now engaged in doinp honest toil—much for the benefit of his health. This historic "offer" was an nounced the .lay following the de bate in Parliament on the conduct of the war, when the position of the Kind's ministry became so shaky that a fall whs feared. Per haps ' the fall has come. Kintr Qeorjre'x "offer" is the English way of Informing the world that his English (' r is it German?) majesty has been informed by English labor that the panic is up and that unless he wishes to pay an enforced visit to his distin guished relative in Siberia he had better turn over to the nation the buildings provided by. the nation for national purposes. For some time past a wide spread agitation hat been afoot in England for the abolition of the monarchy. 11. G. Wells, the fa mous novelist, has been in evi dence in educating the people of England along lines which spell the doom of monarchy in that country. As everyone knows, King George of England j a a first cousin of the Kaiser of Germany and the English monarchy is really a German monarchy. King George recently changed the name of in "house" from the House of Hanover to th( House of Wind Trade on Rockefeller and Save MonVy We Open a< I and < lone nt « P. M., Saturday Inrlnd'-rt $1.50 White Waists $1.00 i tta fine loi of New Spring Wai I of fine Organdie ai I orne ha ■ a touch of color, othera are plain whit" embroidered and lace trimmed; worth 11.50 a d |1.75. Your , hoice of ZOO Wai I . each ' '■ ' More New Dress Skirts Every day teea more new Oreaa Skirta arriving; In fact, wi- are getting too many, .•<> price* must make them move. ; M New Dreaa Skirts Sal<- Price $2.95 j'l NOW Plain Skill - Sale I'rice $3.49 : i,.:.(i NOW Poplin SkirU Sale !'ric<- $5.00 $7.00 Black Taffeta Bkirta Sal<- Priea $5.00 $10.00 Plaid Skirts Sale Price $8.95 SPECIAL BALI OF IM NK\n SPHINf. DMBBBM At $12.00, $14.75, $18.00 bm| $22.00 DOLSON & SMITH WI pay no BENT, so CAM BILL FOX LESS »or. This was a sop to English sentiment, a belated effort to make the monarchy palatable by giving the English Kaisers an Englinh name instead of a German one. — World Republic. No. I7UB. SIMMONS. In the Superior Court of the State <>f Washington in and for the County of Snohomiah. Marie Pederson, plaintiff, vs. The odore I'ederson, defendant. The State of Waishing-ton, to The odore Pederson, the above-named defendant: ... You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (GO) days after the date of trie first publi ration of this summons, to-wit, the Hist day of March, 1918, exclu sive of said date, and defend the above entitled action in the court aforesaid, and answer the com plaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer on the undersigned attorney for plaintiff at his address below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you in accordance with the de mand of the complaint, which has boon filed with the clerk of the above entitled court. The object of this action i* to | secure n divorce from the de . fendant on the grounds set forth in the complaint; and to secure the custody of a minor child of i the parties. PKTKR HUSBY. 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