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DENTISTS DR. BLVSRA WESTBERC. DR. VICTOR WESTBERC 207-8-9 Americnn Bnnk BMg. PHONI MAIN KUK C. PBTBRSBN j:\pkkt SHOE REPAIRING 2921 \\ BTMORE AVK EDW. ECKUJNI) Fano and Staple (IrocerieN Main 328 2707 Wet more For Tour Next Suit, Try R. HULTMAN Tailor to M«n and Wodm 2926 Colby Phone Main 70? SCANDIA BAKERY HITTER BREAD Made in Ererett'n Modern Bread Sliop Call for Royal Bread AT YOUR GROCERS Mad* at VIENNA BAKERY B. F. DsaUk OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shoeman Cor. Hewitt and Wctmore If you want to mt« «ion»r on f«o4 Workingmen*s Shoes Go to FRANK'S PLACE 1118 Hewitt AT YOUR SERVICE RAPID AUTO EXPRESS I Little Red Motor Truck FUnd at Corner H«yt ana Hewitt Phone Main 314 Residence Phone, Blue 745 GOLDFINCH BROS. Paints, (ilasH, Wall Paper and Hrushes Beth rtItSIIS. Main 2A5 2112 Hurker Avenue S AMERICAN Dye Works LEADING CLEANERS F»hone Main 281 Bee our Stork of New and Used Furniture, Linoleum, Ruga, Ranges We (lean Carpet* ROBERT LAUGHTON II RNITURE STORE I'hono Mam 648 It 2802-4 RUCKER AYE. MONEY TO LOAN On Dia monda, Watche arid all Ai ticlefl of Value, Licen ed id Bonded Broker. M ! Silverman, 1412 Hewitt. BARGAINS In New and in rede< mcd I Hamonds, High |] oad Watches and i |l ! md of Firearms. M. S. :, 141'^ Hi".1, itt. RECONSTRUCTION (Note—Thl« wrlm <if artlclM may bo >~,,| mi i mm 111. I from 111 I "'• i»t ropy; i for IRei I for .'V Aitilrrmi: l'"< irihutln Am lit. K'Tl'.j IMinonl Htr<«-t. Portland, Ore.) ————— (By Charles II Chapman.) (Continued From Last Week) Concept of the New World A strange world, with nobody to jail us for expressing our hon est minds, no politicians to deluge m with hunk, no kept preachers to dope us with heaven, no bosses to sell us jobs. The workers themselves will own their jobs. No lawyers and capitalist-minded judges to tyrranize over the poor. Litigation will be settled by pub lic officials and sickness will be treated by public physicians, all without charge, and the black smith's child will get the same care and medicine as the million aire's. A strange world with everybody expecting to live by honest work and nobody expect ing to live by "owning" and cheat ing. There will be no thieves, because honesty will be the eas iest way, and no crimes swept those of heated passion, because there will be no economic incite ment to arson, rape and murder. Prostitution will disappear, be cause women will be economical ly free and couples can afford to marry and rear children. With early marriages and comfortable homes, the demand for salversan and "sanitary kits" will Cease. A strange world with nobody straying except the rich and lazy, with the sick am) unfortunate well taken care of, with no orphans begging for bread and no deacons robbing them for the glory of God. No filthy workmen's slums setting off the millionaires' pal aces in our cities. No sumptu ous boulevards for the rich and festering alleys for the poor. All will be of the best and the best will be for all. No leveling down. but everything and everybody lev eled up. The reconstructed world will lack the "charm of social variety" which delights the souls of esthetic travelers. There will be plenty of variety, but it will come from varied ability, intelli gence, gifts for work. There will be none from squalor, misery and despair. A strange world. Comrades, it is a world worth dying for. Let us forever stop this dying for the ambitions of our kings and millionaires. If we must die in any battle, let it be the battle for a reconstructed world. Let us see to it that the <■ who give their lives in the righteous war we are now wag ing shall not have given them in vain. The Program Bui how 0 Beautiful t:ilk. Love ly dreams, Bui how shall they true I answer, keep on as wt have begun, Hold fai i collective measure that ha been inaugurated to win the war. ip"ii the beginning of In 'l(i ti ial organ izatlon and put li continually farther. Drop politic and vote for lif>'. Pui li measure thai take power f: i,in money and gh c it to ihe workers, I rri• ■;i 11 n ■ like be ll"i, i In- mi! ial i■. c, t he • nclum, the iecall of Ju ;i ii'l itidifinl do( i ■ mem ure h hirh foi l>i(l the com t i" annual meat urei foi ci tnbli h ing \ public ma pkel i üblic bank . pub lie stoi :!■■•■ wai ehou • men uren for pom crip! ing the nal lonal i c HUPn HI \'. a I ■• i ;1 1 •■ ■ ■ i m ne , timber, ununed land and i uilfoad . Kvei y measui c m hich toward indu t rialii m and from politic in the govern mi n1 ii in ihe i\y hi dii eel ion, ' ''■ and vole for hit H vi •■ Lo de troy the old political ma ith ll ■m■ i, comml ' THE C'O-OPFIMTIVE NKWS ! lon , boards ami Blnccurcs, it;: ' lethargic officials and Imbecile traditions. Vote'for every meas ure which substitutes scientific efficiency for (raft Bui vote down every measurt which exalts efficiency for profit above life. Initiate and vote for measures nit free the woman, the child, I 10 adult male worker. Initiate ; ml vote for measurers thai spend • loney on schools. Wo muni spend I tore money on schools, twice n.s much us now, ten times as much, a hundred times as much. Squeeze the money lords dry to build free Nchools. Brood over the possi bilities of ('""<' schooling for yourselves and children. Dream over It. Long for it. Imagine what the world might be with education doing for everybody whai it did for Helen Keller. Cut off the parasites. As noon an peace comes, cut off the army, Cut off the navy. Cut off the airplanes. And spend the money on schools. It is the school that must generate the emanci pating psychology which Khali break the path into the new world. And comrades, organize. Leave out none but parasites. The world will never be reconstructed mi long as worker* fight workers. The new time will never come as long an any of uh take sides with the spoilers. It will never come until we vote solidly for life against money. Never mind about jingo nationali m. Never mind about college professors' stale economics. Never mind about master, priest or politician. Or ganise and stand together — a united, front. One mind, one hope, one aim. Make the right of one the right of all. the wrong of one the wrong of all. Admit no fears. Believe that a new world can be created. Believe that the workers can create it, and out of your faith shall prow | consummation. Expert nothing I but what you do for yourselves. I'ut shoulder to shoulder. Join hand to hand. The time has come for the fruition of infinite hope. The old system has com mitted suicide. Its structure is shattered, its faith is palsied, its <ioil- are dead. Brothers, the new world lies before us immense, beautiful, rich. Shall we pull up stakes and march? Shall we be pioneers" Shall we move out upon the golden prairies, Bl our fathers diil before us, and take | them for our own? The world is ours. We are the heirs of the dead system. Ale we met! eriOUfrh to seise upon our in heritance ? (The I'.n.! l No. 1722f1. SUMMONS. In the Superioi ( iouii of the state of Waahinirton In and for the County of Snohomiih, Marie Pederson, plaintiff) vs. The odore Pedei on, defendant. The State of Wai hinrton, toThe odore Pedemon, the above named defendant ■ You lire hereby lummoned to appear within sixty (80) d&vi after the date <>f the first publl cation of tlii summons, to wit, the 21 i day of March, 1918, exclu sive <>f Muni date, and defend tli« above entitled action in the court ' i esa id, and nnsu er the coni plainl or the plainl iff, and serve i a copy of your am wet on the ! undersigned attorney foi plaintiff at his addreitfl below bated, and in case <>f your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered agaii i in accordance with the d< nil of the complaint, which ha been iiled with the clerk of the above enl it led court. 'I'l bjed of tin ncl to secure a divorce from the de fondant on ihe g i oundi ie( forth in the complainl; and to lecure the custody of ,i minor child of t In- pa 11 le PETER HUSBY, Att"i in••, I'm Plaintiff, < Ifflce and I', o. Addn Ifll2 i lalifoi nia St., I iTett, Wa h Trade on Rockefeller and Save Money W> O t >«n at 9 and Howe at f, V. M., Saturday Inrlurtad A $12.50 Dress Sale About 40 DrtJMM In the lot at $12.50 Pretty, fine French Serges, embroidered front and hark, some Peplum styles; soft finish Taffeta Dresses in all the new "hade*, Georgette crepe ileevm; a few stripe Taffeta Dressea in the lot. Values $15.00 to 117.60 On smle for $12.50 New White P. K. Skirts Now showing New White P. K. Skirts at $1.98 and $2.98 New White Gaberdine Skirts; special $1.98 New Georgette Crepe Waists —New shipment of Georgette Crepe and Crepe de Chine Waists arc here — Beauties at $2.98, $3.49, $3.95, $4.95 to $6.50 $7.50 New Silk Skirts $5.95 —|7.60 New Black Silk Taffeta Dress Skirts; sale price $5.98 |6.98 New Black Corded Silk Dress Skirts: sale price $5.00 DOLSON & SMITH WE I'AV mi BENT, so CAN BELL FOR less WIRE MEN WANT MOKE SEATTLE, March E& Electri cal Worker*' Union No. 46 if ask ing that contract-hhop was;('H be increased from $0 to $7 a day. Leave the advertising slips in me movies. IS SOCIALISM PRACTICAL? PUT IT INTO PRACTICE AM) NEE— Mr. Socialist, have you suffi cient confidence in the principles of Socialism to help put the prin ciples into practice? You have been talking Socialism for many years, it is now time for the proof. Join the NEVADA COLONY whore economic problems are be injr solved, nnd have been solved. Co-operation has here eliminated the landlord, the boss, the com petitive system and the H. C. of L. Less than two years old and assets of over a quarter million dollars. Be Independent with us of the outside world. Insure your self and loved ones a home for all time. Write TODAY for literature, complete bifom&tkm and terms. Subscribe for tbe Co-operative Colonists, the colony paper. Ad dreai! NK\ M».\ COLONY (OR- I'OK VHON I>ept. IS, I iiHon, Nevada Located in the great Lahanton Valley Crop failure unknown. Your Spring Suit Tailored To Your Order Union made $15.00 and I'p. DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS 1716 HEWITT AYE. H. A. ENGELBRECHT CO. PAINTS. OILS, GLASS Fir Doors, Sash and Moulding All Kinds of Building Material 11007 Hewitt Avenue Both Phones 73 BACHELDER & CORNEIL BETTER CLOTHES FOR MEN AND BOYS Thursday, April 4, 101 ft The strain of modern bus iness life is too much for the nerves. You need a nerve sedative. 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