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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 16 April 1914

The Washington Socialist i FOR SOCIALIST NEWS AND PROPAGANDA fc« par e»py. $1.00 p«r t*mut WITH THE PLAYERS MRS. FYE MAKES IDEAL HELEN Amateur* Do Excellent Work Interpreting "Call of Conscience" I Owing to the fart that no paper was Usuihl the week following the produc tion of Shipley's "Call of Conscience", and the confusion incident to the troublous days follow no mention has heretofore boon made of the ex cellent work done by the comrades who Interpreted some of the difficult roles of the play. First of all should bo mentioned the splendid work of Mrs. l.otolsia I've in the character Helen Foster, rebel do partment store employee. None but a real revolutionary Socialist could have delivered the message from the girl employees to their heartless employer C. H. Deacon in the fiery spirit of Helen Foster, as impersonated by Mrs. Fye. All through the play her render ing of the linos showed clearly that the words spoken were but the ex pression of her own personal expert (.Wo in the ...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 16 April 1914

P««re Two US^^^S^^-0^ GOING TO TRAVEL? Kjfct I 'iFW'ljp^ I TIiUNKS, SUIT CASES, BAGS, l| JL^iil^ REPAIRING AT BgyJpjP EVERETT TRUNK FACTORY The Best Prophet of the Future Is the Past Many a man has lost a good opportunity because he was not able fin ancially to grasp Insure the opportunities which th« future holds In store for you by opening a Barings account at —Save and wait. AOf INTEREST PAID "t /O ON SAVINGS CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO. NORTHWEST SALES 00., FURNITURE Manufacturers' Selling Agents PICTURE FRAMING AND MOULDINGS 2809 Rockefeller Aye. Phone 617Z 1 Another Big Offer j I For $1 we will send you the ! I Washington Socialist I and the i 1 Appeal to Reason j I FOR ONE YEAR | I ADDRESS THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST, 1612 CALI- | 1 FORNIA STREET, EVERETT, WASH. | ORGANIZATION NEWS GOMRADE JERVIS DOES GOOD WORK AT SUMAS. Sumas, Wash., April 12, 1914. Editor Commonwealth, Everett. Wn. Comrade Editor —One of the most eloquent and interesting lectures that the writer has had the p...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 16 April 1914

T!mr>-i.-i>. April lii. I'll & u> w u> */> & w $ $ c Watch This Space c «P Next week, and you can save many dollars on high w grade apparel for men and women $ $ ' TODAYS STYLES TODAY ,_„ 1812 HEWITT UNION MADE GOODS EVfcRETT'S RELIABLE CREDIT HOUSE j» W W w w W fj» The Wonder Mercantile Co. Up-to-Date ClotkiW* Store ESTABLISHED liffEARS Hswitt and Hoyt 8 Ten i Boa, Props. The Maize CAFE Mr*. F. H. GOFORTH, Prop. ■VERITY'S POPULAR , OAFB (Under New Management) Quick Service — Open Day and Nifht Wetmore and Hewitt ~; Carl A. Sshlettweln, Mgr. ♦ ■'■ \ ' Th* cup that cheers but not < inebriates" WE'VE FOUND IT! "WHERE?" AT— The Oriental TeaCo.'s j Tea House I '. I i In connection with the Wet- J ' i more Bakery. 2817 Wetmore Are. 2 I I . t H. J. Bebeau, Tea Expert, Mgr. T ■ -fr The White Stone Baths J. O. SHABPIESS, Prop [ Barber Shop «nd Batht | > 1905 HBWTTT ■■ I Pioneer-Alpine Dairy Frets Milk aad Cream Deliver** t* AD Parti ef th« City fad 4032 Suwt ISB...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 16 April 1914

Page Four 77?E WASHINGTON SOCIALIST Formerly THE KIIVOMII II IN Entered as second-class matter March !), 1911, at the poatoffice lit Kron'tt Washington, under the act of March !>. 1879. JNI). PHONE 47SZ Published every Thursday by the Washington Socialist Publish ing Co., 1012 California Street, Everett, Washington. Maynard Shipley - - Editor and Manager Advertising Manager: K. (>. Crosby. Mailing Force: Tillie Koeder, Martha McCormiok, Gertrude Cort, Emma Spink. -j Yearly subscription 1 . $1.00 Six months .50 Three months .25 Single copies ... --I:^^.-^ - ............ .OR CARNEGIE'S $2,000,000 PEACE FUND. After having made war on the humble homes of his employees in the steel works of Pennsylvania for a number of years, Mr. Andrew Carnegie now comes forth with $2,000,000 to be added to his previous donations to the world's peace fund. Says he in a letter te the vari ous religious bodies :— "Certain that the strongest appeal that can be made is to mem bers of the religious bod...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 22 April 1914

Tiie Washington. Socialist I FOR SOCIALIST NEWS AND PROPAGANDA be per copy. $1.00 p«r rear. PROHIBITIONISTS OF EVER ETT HOLD BIG MASS MEETING. MANY SOCIALISTS ATTEND THE SHOW. Ex-Governor Patterson Does a Clever' Stunt. Last Friday evening was a gala night for many a wage slave in F.v orett. The beautiful opera house and its cushioned two-dollar seats were- for the evening free to the hoi pollol! The eight-dollar-aweek clerks and oth-i or KoOce'eller expectants sat with dig nified complacency elbow to elbow with bosses and deacons and bankers and learned jurists, druggists, *nd "our leading citizens " in .general, try ing vainly to doport themselves in such wise as to give the impression that those were the seats they always occupy "when anything good conies tc> town," It was a great night a night well calculated to make men who are not too "close' "to buy a drink when! they want it tremble from stem to stern. A gentleman who makes a profes sion of that sort of thing told of the!...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 22 April 1914

Pago Two. HSjfcT"'^!" TRUNKS, SUIT CASES, BAGS, HgyMppJ EVERETT TRUNK FACTORY , - — The Best Prophet of the Future Is the Past Many a man has lost a pood opportunity because- he was not able fin ancially to grasp It— lnsure the opportunities which the future holds in store for you by opening a savings account at onco—Save and wait. a Qf INTEREST PAID 4*/? ON SAVINGS CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO. I NORTHWEST SALES CO., FURNITURE Manufacturers' Selling Agents PICTURE FRAMING AND MOULDINGS 2509 Rockefeller Aye. Phone 697Z Combination Offer For $1.50 we will send you The Washington Socialist and the International Socialist Review for one year » The Two Indispensable Socialist Publications Address:—THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST PUB. CO., 1612 California Street. . Everett, Wash. I Another Big Offer f I I I For $1 we will send you the 1 ! Washington Socialist f I and the j I Appeal to Reason ! | FOR ONE YEAR I % ——^———— ——^———————^-—~""-— 4 I ADDRESS THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST, 1612 CALI- J | FOR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 22 April 1914

Tliu'-mlm), April ■.".'. I'M 1 $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ : free! : m To the first (en at the door on April 24, the opcnihff day *• „ of this unusual slaughter, to force these lines out of the store- '" •* -, * *?"° Sm-Vnuv duoblcfaccd rug; can be used on both ** «■ sides; $5 value. ; \. ** *»■ .. 2 -One Navajo Rug, made by hand; worth while to be X, «*> hero for. m m a~One $3.00 Corset; will exchange it for your size. •»■ 4—One Kimono, well worth $3 GO. w *>■ — One Silk Waist, in your size. «* •» 6—One Silk Petticoat. w «* 7— One Loco Waist. «, I*l 8 00 taSk colored and stylish Dress, made of linen; size «■» ** So or 40. w ;■.«* 9— One blue Ostrich Feather, value about $5.00. *» £ I 10— One order for $5.00 In trade; as good as cash all over «» ** the store. <» £ ( We are ready to give this all to you in order to convince *• you that this sale is a forced one and is different from any <* ever held in this store, and conducted by this well-known price- ** f' cutter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 22 April 1914

Page Four THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST formerly Till: i v'm\MC/4trw __ Knt«rt-«1 a* stvoiul I'biss matter March 9, 1911, nt the puatoffiee at Kvoiftt, Washington, under the act of March 3. 187!). INO. PHONB 478Z Published every Thursday by the Washington Socialist Publish' Ing Co., 1612 California Street, Everett, Washington./ Maynard Shipley Editor and Manager Advertising Manager: P, 0, Crosby, - Mailing Force: Tillie Ixocder. Martha Mcl'ormick. (icrlrude Coft, Kiiinia Spink. Yearly subscription $1.00 Six month* .50 Three months i __.__. .25 Single copies .Of) WHY SHOULD YOU NOJT HAVE IT? .lust as your editor was sitting dolvn to work on an editorial ahent the .Mexican war, or the war oJ llnerla —or whatever it is, — along comes the New York Call with (a splendid editorial made, it seemed to us, to order! We have no good excuse to do anything more now than to print it in these columns and say, "Them's my sentiments." and let her go at that. THE HONOR OF THE NATION The eosunerciaJ inter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 7 May 1914

The Washington Socialist ~--~v. i FOR SOCIALIST NEWS AND PROPAGANDA ;>.' per copy, 11.00 per year. DOES PROHIBITION LEAD TO A DECREASE IN INSANITY? The Actual Fact* Presented. • .V writer in a Seattle dally, discuss ing the prophlbitlon question, quotes ■mm statistics purporting to show that there has been a considerable de crease in insanity in the state of Kan sas which is directly attributable to the fact that prohibition prevails in that commonwealth. Incidentally he trios to make his readers believe that '. the problem of poverty had been solved in the MM way. To quote: "The people of that great state have $200,000,000 in tho bank. Of M out of, 105 counties, no Insanity is reported. In 54 counties .here are M feeble minded. Twenty-eight county poor houses are empty, and the pauper population Of the state Is less than 600. The death rate has been reduced in the past 30 years from 17 per 1,000 to " por 1.000 "Let us follow the foosteps of Kan • sas." His reference to the redac...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 7 May 1914

r»!riv two flCSjS^Sfiqrttis^'* 1* GOING TO TRAVEI 7 (oßx TRUNKS, SUIT CASES. BAGS, |ft I JL?-V'^ jI REPAIRING AT Klidjpp^ EVERETT TRUNK FACTORY The Best Prophet of the Future Is the Past Many a man has lost a good opportunity because be was not able fin ' ancially to grasp It— lnsure the- opportunities which the future holds In store for you by opening a savings account at once-— Save and wait. 4% INTEREST PAID I 4/O ON SAVINGS CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO. NORTHWEST SALES CO., FURNITURE Manufacturers' Selling Agents PICTURE FRAMING AND MOULDINGS 2809 Rockefeller Aye. Fhone 697Z Combination Offer For $1.50 we will send you The Washington Socialist and the International Socialist Review for one year The Two Indispensable Socialist Publications Address:—THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST PUB. CO., 1612 California Street, Everett, Wash. I Another Big Offer | I ■ i -1 For $1 we will send you the i A X / I Washington Socialist f I and the f I Appeal to Reason ! | FOR ONE YEAR | I ADDRESS THE WASHI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 7 May 1914

Tlwirs.iav. Ma> ■'. 1014. Patronize Washington Socialist Advertisers and Tell Them About It $*$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ I We Still Have Bargains I 1 in SUITS, COATS, DRESSES and Z « MILLINERY. Prices cut as £ • never before on men's *» <* union made suits " tmi - mr - m TODAYS STYLES TODAY _____ 1812 HEWITT $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $•ssssssss ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦a i • • 11 i ■ | BACHELDEH<aCORNEIL | i* i • jl Better Clothes ! i;i for Men and Boys j| L___ ♦»«»♦♦♦»♦»»»»♦♦»♦»♦♦»♦»»»♦♦»♦»♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦»♦♦»» ■ ■ Excellent Meal* and Lunches at i DAD LISK'S ; 2915 GRAND I Moderate Charges ! * • The Maize CAFE Carl A. Schlettwein. Mgr. EVERETT'S POPULAR CAFE (Under New Management) Quick Service—Open Day and Night Wetmore and Hewitt ; The White Stone Baths. * J. 0. SHAKPLESS, Prop. • ; ; Barber Shop and Baths | > > 1905 HEWITT I Pioneer-Alpine Dairy Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered to All Parti of the City (nd 403Z Sunset 1835 1905 Lombar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 7 May 1914

Pase Poor THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST Formerly The COMMOMtrAUH Entered as 50.0n.l matter March 9, 1911) nt the poatoffice at Kve-tvtt Washington, under the act of March !>, 187!). END. PHONE 478Z Published every Thursday by the Washington Socialist Publish ing Co., 1012 California Street, Everett, Washington. Maynard Shipley — Hditor and Manager * Advertising Manager: F. »■. Crosby. ; Mailing Force": Tillio Roeder, Martha MoCormick, Gertrude Cort, j miiia Spiiik. '• j Yearly subscription — -—$1.00 j Six months . .—— — »60 Hirer months —-- «25 j Single, copies ------ .—~--W-.—^-V." ;_oa ROCKEFELLER HYPOCRISY Open to grave doubts Is the Ml pressed willingness of John D Rock efeller, Jr., to lost all of his millions, • if thereby the right may be secured to American citizens to work when they please and on terms to Bull them selves. No man has thai right who must depend on the permission of others for an opportunity to work. Mr. Rockefeller holds that the labor or ganizations which he ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 14 May 1914

The Wstsh.in.gton. Socialist , FOR SOCIALIST NEWS AMD PROPAGANDA. .V per Copj . $1.00 per >.:\r PROCLAMATION ON THE MEX ICAN WAR By the Socialist Party of America. f.\i:;im wo are- being lashed Into w;«r by thoso who profit, from wit Capitalist drums are. Heating, trump ets blaring nnd forces . rutting AH this that the nation may be goaded into war and the workers made to consent to shoot and be shot. For centuries the resources of Mex ico hare lain dormant. Of late that country has been touched by the magic wand of capitalism ami the same develop! is taking place there that always takes place when modern capitalism clashes with back ward feudalism. Ninety per cent of her population is still landless and propertyless. For hundreds of years her people have struggled against almost insurmount able difficulties to overthrow tyrants who have ruled and ruined men. , r For hundreds of years the Mexican '-. people have been in a state of con tinuous revolt because the great ma jority ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 14 May 1914

Pago Two. jßEtj^iiinSMgv TRUNKS ' LADIES' MAM) MffllmLiSu Vtnß'i^v BAGS> MATTING SUIT CASES BB^wBISS^ EYEREn TRUNK CQMpANY —_Jf 2815 Rockefeller The Best Prophet of the Future Is the Past Many a man has lost a good opportunity because ho was not able fin ancially to grasp it insure the opportunities which tho future holds In store for you by opening a savings account at once—Save and wait. A Qf INTEREST PAID *±/0 ON SAVINGS CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO. NORTHWEST SALES CO., FIRNITURE Manufacturers' Selling Agents PICTURE FRAMING AND MOULDINGS 2509 Rockefeller Aye. Phone S97Z CHALLENGE- FOR DEBATE CAUSE OF SOCIALISTS BEING SENT TO PRISON Challenge for Debate During Religious Services Sends Them to Workhouse. Kew York, May 13—Bouck White, a clergyman, author and Socialist, and Milo Woolman, a writer, each Harvard graduates, were sentenced to Black well's island workhouse today by a police court magistrate for their par ticipation in disorderly scenes enacted last Sunday morning at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 14 May 1914

Tlutrsilay. May 14. l!'l \ Patronize Washington Socialist Advertisers and Tell Them About It $$$$$$$*$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ : We Still Have the Largest I : Bargains in Town Z in SUITS, COATS, DRESSES and * MILLINERY. Prices cut as Z * never before on men's » union made suits Z r TODAYS STYLES TODAY 1812 HEWITT EVERETT'S RELIABLE CREDIT HOUSE $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ BACHELDER® CORNEIL Better Clothes for Men and Boys \', Ladies and Gentlemen— ! > i . Manicuring, facial massage, < > ' ; scalp treatment, first class '' •< ,i\ hairdresslng, goiters treated ] ', i • successfully. Experts only. I > ;; MRS. B. C. REIS " 4 413 Colby Bldg. 8. S. 629 .. »♦»♦♦♦»♦♦♦»♦»»♦»»»««»♦♦»♦♦■ The Maize CAFE Carl A. Schlettweln, Mgr. EVERETT'S POPULAR CAFE (Under New Management) /, - ■ ; . H(i :■. _ Quick —Open Day and Night Wetmore and Hewitt : The White Stone Baths. ■ ; J. O. SHAKPLESS, Prop. | ] ' Barber Shop and Bithi % j; 1905 HEWITT v'; ♦ Pioneer-Alpine Dairy rreth Milk and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 14 May 1914

Four THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST : •»<•.■*!; formerly THE con HO VWE inn Knt.rv.i m si-.- class matter March I), L9ll, at l!\.' pottoffioe at Everett- Washington, under the net of March 3. 1ST!) _^ 11Q\K ITS/. l*uhlished i>\ery Thursday by the Wnxhiiißton Socialist Publish ing Co., lnls! (■,i]i!'.'i-iii.i SI root, Rverctt, Washington. Mnynard Shipley Rilitor and Manager Advertising MauajteFj* h\ 11. Crosby, .Mailing Koree: Tillio Koodor, Martha MoCorinieU, Gortrudo Cort, Kmma Spiivk. Yearly subscription - ——wt $1.00 Six month' ——- .50 Three months __'. -— .25 *>iniil«> copies » - —— _.____—"—— .05 COMRADE J. M. SALTER WILL SOON BE OUT AFTER SUB SCRIPTIONS. '■ ' " . ■ ■ , Wants to Lay Foundation for Socialist Success in November. Comrade J. M. Sailer was a visitor to th? Washington Socialist last Sat urday. He was in tine fighting trim. Nest week his position as principal of the Sylvana schools will be a thins of the : ast They who "don't want any politics in the schools" ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 28 May 1914

The Washington Socialist I FOR SOCIALIST NEWS AND PROPAGANDA. oo per >'opv. $1.00 p« vi'ar. w maf a n Fighting The Prohibition Party THE REASON WHY. It should bo remembered by all readers of the Washington Socialist, whether they are prohibition advo cates or not. thai the object of our at tack on U-o absurd claims of the Pro. htbition part> is not for the purpose of recommending or condoning the use of alcoholic drinks. No one knows better than we do that an intemperate indulgence in strong drink is merely a form of suicide, due to the disease Known as inebriety. No one can deny lat the abuse of intoxicating liquors a bane to the human race. Hut the point we wish to emphasize here is that the justification of our criticisms of the Prohibitionists as a political party is to be found in the fact that the leaders of this party are endeav oring to make the wage-workers of this country believe that po\erty and crime are caused by the liquor traffic, not by the inherent and ineradi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 28 May 1914

Vaco Two W m -^Lp4^xi>,t^v Green S. A H. Stamp! with f| ! fl/ffT\'%J!/\ /f 1 MOCK TRUNKS > LADIES' HAND 1 iIM/I\MOTMI{II('II^BAGS' MATTING SUIT CASES I BW®»1 AND repairing, at I |^fflmHM^|/ EVERETT TRUNK FACTORY j The Best Prophet of the Future Is the Past Many a man has lost, a pood opportunity because, ho was not able fin ancially to gTMI it liisiuo the opportunities which tho futuro holds in store (or you by opening a savings account at once Save and wait. A Qi INTEREST PAID Ht/O ON SAVINGS CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO, NORTHWEST SALES CO., FURNITURE Manufacturers' Sellinp Agents PICTURE FRAMING AND MOULDINGS Rockefeller .\v.>. Phone WIZ NOTICE!!! HAVE YOU SIGNED THE 8 HOUR PETITION AND THE 'SEVEN SISTERS?" IF NOT, DO SO AT ONCE PETITIONS MAY BE SIGNED AT 1905 HEWITT AYE. The Wonder Mercantile Co. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ESTABLISHED 16 YEARS Hewi.t and Hoyt S. Yeo & Son, Propi. AMERICAN DYE WORKS 8. ROBINSON * SON [jffi§i!drrt\ LEADING CLEANERS AND 2821 WetmoTe $W%...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 28 May 1914

Thurs.l-iy. Mny 'JS, 1:>1 t. Believes Seattle Could Be Concentrated in Less Space Thorwald Siegfried, Attorney, Would Have a 60x100 Lot for Every Family on Much Less Ground Thorwald Siegfried, Seattle attor ney, believes Seattle could concentrate Itself with profit. He has prepared a circular in which he sets forth his argument Illustrated by the map pre sented herewith. The circular contains the following: High taxes and an expensive, waste ful government find a pood reason for their existence in the annexed map of Seattle and Its explanation. The present city limits Include 58 square mites of land area, which gives an average population of less than nine persons per acre, assuming that all of Its people live within the limits. Yet the Bogue plans commission wished to extend the limits to the Snohomish County line and across I ..-ike Wash ington, as shown by the outer line on me map. The low average of nine per acre does not mean that everyone has plenty of room to live In. On t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 28 May 1914

I\u;o Four Patronize Washington Socialist Advertisers and Tell Them About It The Commercial Press Printers for the Socialists of Everett manufacturers of Rubber Stamps 2931 LOMBARD Everett, Wash. Combination Offer For $1.50 we will send you The Washington Socialist and the International Socialist Review for one year The Two Indispensable Socialist Publications Address:—THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST PUB. CO., 1612 California Street, Everett, Wash. Another Big Offer For $1 we will send you the Washington Socialist and the Appeal to Reason FOR ONE YEAR ADDItESS THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST, 1612 CALI FORNIA ?TREET, EVERETT WASH. S. A. H. Green Trading Stamp* OUR INTRODUCTORY SALE Remember Ends Saturday MAKE THIS YOUR TRADING DAY SEE WINDOWS BRODECK-FIELD CLOTHING I CO. 1711-1713 Hewitt Avenue •' BEST-FIRST CLOTHES'' 5 FOR YOUR DEN 5 Beautiful College Pennants Yale and Harvard, each 9 In. x 24 in. Princeton, Cornell, Michigan Each 7 in. x 21 In. . All best quality felt with felt head ing, stream...

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