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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 30 December 1915

Pan* Four. The Northwest Worker KntcrfJ as m»coi\il class matter March 9, 1911, at the office at Bvvrett, Washington, under tho act of March 3. 1879. UNIV THONK 478Z rubltshed every Thursday by the r*ri»»s CommHtce of tho Socialist Party of Suohomish I'ounty. 1612 Oath fomla St. Braratt, Wash. M*ynanl Shipley. Kdltor. H. W. Watti, Buslnan Manacw. Yearly subscription, 00; six months, 60c; three months, 25c; single eopiM. Re. "■'* ■"- UNTERMANNS ARGUMENT No OM who rcmta Comrade Untor niann's scholarly nrnumonts on So cialism and Internationalism will fall to bo impressed with the masterly manner in which ho handles his com plcx problem. O.iven his point of view, his logic is oonvineinß; his thorough knowledge of the subject in hand impressive, and his reasoning Is unquestionably scientific In moth ex!. And yet wo cannot agree with his general conclusions. Standing out vividly against the dark background of the awful Kuro pean holocaust one sees the giant 1-a bor chained to the Iron Cr...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 6 January 1916

•*gs>i fv prr OOpy, $1.00 por yenr. The Struggle Abroad CALL WRITER FINED LONDON.—J. T. Walton Nowbold, Socialist, was fined $125 on charges brought by Samuel James, superlni tendent of police, based on a lettej which he had mailed to The New York Call and which was intercepted by agents of the police after It was deposited in the postoffice at Buxton. Newbold pleaded guilty of the charge of violating the Defense of the Realm Act. The alternative of serving; three months in prison or paying the fine was presented him. His parents paid the fine. Newbold, who was a valued corre spondent of The Call, exhorted Amer ica to refuse to make munitions for any of the belligerents in Europe In the letter which was seized. G. B. SHAW SPEAKS OUT "Build thirty-two dreadnoughts in stead of sixteen; spend $2,000,000,000 on your armament program. Instead of $1,000,000,000." This Is Geo. Ber nard Shaw's advice to the United States, contained In a letter to the intercollegiate Socialist Society. Sh...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 6 January 1916

Pac* Tw* CRYSTAL DYE WORKS LEADING CLEANI US rii.\s \ BBRQ 1011 Howltt : : Phono Ind. II II REPAIRING DONE I REE WHEN SUIT IS DRY OR BTLAM CLEANED _______ ,^,N»x« 0. M. STEELE | Grocery and Confectionery S Stock always fresh. Least pon- T «lbl« prices I PACIFIC AND GRAND For high grrade Watches see A. J. MOHN 1416 HEWITT AYE. D. KAMERMAN Everett's Reliable Jeweler 1616 Hewitt Avenue Ind. 227 X Sun. 50C EVERYTHING IN COMMUNITY SILVER I *V* ._________!*> / ijaifar——...-—■■ ■ "*" "^"iC.»., AUSTIN 2004 Hewitt Aye. The Commercial Press Printers Manufacturers of RUBBER STAMPS 2931 Lombard Everett Chris Culmback FOR TOBACCO CIGARS CANDIES 1405 Hewitt Aye. PHONES 237 FOR HEATING AND PLUMBING CALL H. C. BROWN 2825 Pine Street Ind. 603 X Sunset 327 WESTBERG GROCERY . Staple and Fancy Grooerlei Phones 42 2933 Broadway We Give Green Trading Stamps EVERETT, WASH. Our Shoes Are Better Fisher, the Shoeman Cor. Hewitt and Wetmow Fifteen Ye«r» In Everett THE EVERETT BATHS Firsi Class BARBER SHOP ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 6 January 1916

riiursil.i \, .lanu.'irv t>. ll'lti. BACHELDER®. CORNEIL Better Clothes for Men and Boys The Wonder Mercantile Co. Up-t»> Date Clothing Store ESTABLISHED II YEARS Hewitt and Hoyt B. Yeo & Son, Props. PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER AT olk Stormait Suit oust MEN'S CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY Combination Offer!! We will send The Northwest Worker to your address for one year and any of the following papers or magazines for one year'for the price quoted: The Northwest Worker and Pearson's Magazine . . . $1.50 Appeal To Reason . . . . 1.10 American Socialist . . . . 1.10 National Rip-Saw . . . . 1.10 . or The Northwest Worker. Pearson's and any one of the other papers for one year for $1.60. ASK THEM NOW In years past we Socialists were continually confronted with the ac cusing query of whether we meant to "destroy civilization." It was a dif ficult question to answer, but events have relieved us of the necessity of answering it. Those who asked it can now themselves behold "civilization" ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 6 January 1916

\'*K? Four. The Northwest Worker Filtered a» second matt or March 9, 1911, M tho [XMtOfftO* at EYwett. Washington, under the act of March I, 1879. mmi PHONE «788 Published every Thursday by the I Press Committee of the Socialist Party of Bnohomlsn County, 1612 Cali fornia si . Brerett, Wash. M*ynard Shipley, Kdltor. H. \V. Watts. nuslnoss Manager. Yearly subscription, fl.OO; six months. 50c; throe mouths, 25c; single poplon. Kc. _^ MOTHERS OVERWORKED; BABIES DIE "EQUAL OPPORTUNITY" A MYTH "No one knows how many fathers or how many mothers there, arc In the United States. No one knows how many mothers aro at work for gain outside their homos." Tho Chil dren's Bureau of tho 11. S. Depart ment of Labor brings out this fact In its third annual report made public recently, and says that it is Impos sible to determine the relative Im portance of the high death rate among babies of working mothers un til we know how many mothers thero are at work in industry. The children's Bureau is condu...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 13 January 1916

5c p*r copy, $1.00 prr year. The Struggle Abroad BROTHERHOOD OF PAIN THE BRITISH PRUSSIAN An Oxford undergraduate serving with the Koyal Engineers in France, writes the following account of a scene behind the British front: I went up as far as the entrance, to the communication trenches and watched the wounded coming out. It Was a sight I shall never forget. About one-fourth of the men coming out were Germans, wounded . . . the wounded and our wounded were strag gling? out, apparently the greatest friends. It was a fellowship bond of suffering, a brotherhood of pain. Those who could walk were sup porting those who could not. I saw two Germans, wounded, the one in the head, the other in the arm, sup porting between them a Scottish sol dier with a shrapnel wound in both thighs.—"Daily Mail," 12-10-15. "Apparently the greatest friends. A fellowship bond of suffering." Yes. possibly, until then they had never realized that they had had no quar rel, perhaps never met before; but, alas, t...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 13 January 1916

P»£f Two CRYSTAL DYE WORKS LUADING CLLANEHS i HAS A HICKO 1011 Hewitt :: Phone lnd. 1113 REPAIRING DONE FREE WHEN SUIT 18 DRY OR STEAM CLEANED . > • • •; 0. M. STEELE |! Grocery and Confectionery i Stock always fresh, Lca»t poa- 1 Bible prices «| PACIFIC AND GRAND S m For high grade Watches see A. J. MOHN 1416 HEWITT AYE. ♦♦«>>>»«♦«♦♦♦♦*♦»*♦♦♦»< D. KAMERMAN Everett'* Reliable Jeweler 1616 Hewitt Avenue lnd. 227 X Sun. 50C EVERYTHING IN COMMUNITY SILVER o~^=» AUSTIN 2004 Hewitt Aye. The Commercial Press Printers Manufacturers of RUBBER STAMPS 9931 Lombard Everett Chris Culmback FOR TOBACCO CIGARS CANDIES 1405 Hewitt Aye. PHONES 237 FOR HEATING AND PLUMBING CALL H. C. BROWN 2825 Pine Street Ind. 603 X Sunset 327 WESTBERG GROCERY . Staple and Fancy Groceries Phones 42 2933 Broadway We Give Green Trading Stamps EVERETT, WASH. Our Shoes Are Better Fisher, the Shoeman Cor. Hewitt and Wettnor* Fifteen Year* In Everett THE EVERETT BATHS First Class BARBER SHOP 2821 </ 2 We...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 13 January 1916

Thursday, Januarj 13, 1916, BACNELDER.® CORNEIL Better Clothes for Men and Boys The Wonder Mercantile Co. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ESTABLISHED 1* YEARS Hewitt and Hoyt 8 Yeo & Son, Props. PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER AT Ol)c stormait Suit^fousc MEN'S CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY Combination Offer!! We will send The Northwest Worker to your address for one year and any of the Following papers or magazines for one year for the price quoted: The Northwest Worker and Pearson's Magazine . . . $1.50 Appeal To Reason . . . . 1.10 American Socialist . . . . 1.10 National Rip-Saw . . . . 1.10 or The Northwest Worker, Pearson's and any one of the other papers for one year for $1.60. THE SCANDAL OF THE NAVY LEAGUE The Facts in the Case as Tabulated By Charles A. Collman, in The Fatherland The Morgan banking group in Wall Street wish to perpetuate the huge profits they have been making through their mushroom munitions plants. It is necessary to start a "Patriotic national defense movement" to edu ca...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 13 January 1916

ite Four The Northwest Worker ■sitervd »> second-class matter Mar.li I 1911. at tho pottoffloe »' ev«»r«>tt. Washington, under tho «<•<! of March 3, II I IXl> PHONE 4787! Published even Thursday by the rr«»«t> Committee of the Socialist p»rty of Snohomlsh County. 1612 Call fornla St . Kverett. Wash. .v Harvard Shipley, Ml'tor H. W. WattS, Business Manner- Yearly subscription, $1.00; Mx months, s«c; three months, 2f>c; slnglo ccptfw. he ___———— THIS IS MY DUTY "To use what gifts 1 have as best 1 , may; To help some weaker brothers where I can; To be as blameless at the close of day As when the duties of the day be Ran; To do without complaint what must be done; To grant my rival all that may be just: To win through kindness all that may be won; To fight with knightly valor when I must." By S. E. Kizer 1- % . KILLING THAT DEFICIT Well, we didn't do it. But no one is disappointed. We didn't expect a very generous response. So we're starting the New Year — the presi...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 20 January 1916

5c per copy, $1.00 per ye»r. The Struggle Abroad BRITISH WORKINOMEN AGAINST CONSCRIPTION Organized labor In Great Britain stood solidly against conscription. Nine hundred delegates to the Na tlonal I*bor Congress In session at Central Hall, Westminster, cheered a resolution which condemned com pulsory military service, and by a vote of 2,121.000 to 641,000 voted down a modified conscription bill. COST OF WAR TO DATE At the close of Itlß the war had cost more than $26,000,000,000, ex ceeding by $500,000,000 the total na tional debts of the six principal bel ligerent powers when the conflict began. With the exception of about $5,000,000 raised in the United King dom by taxation, practically all the expenses of the war have been met by borrowed money. The end of 1915. therefore, finds the fighting na tions saddled with double tho debt they had accumulated in all the cen turies preceding the outbreak of the war. AUSTRIA SUFFERING VIENNA—The second winter of the war has brought far great...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 20 January 1916

Pa■■(> Two CRYSTAL DYE WORKS LEADING CUBANUHB : ., a CUAS. A. WHO 1011 Hewitt . {': PI"-"1 id- ,1113 VW. f km? REPAIRING DONE FR« W.^nJ SUM jIS^KY^OR BTI AM OLLANEI 1 [ ~, , C. M. STEELE ■ Grocery and Confectionery « *r stecK-aixNij-s- trr shr- L.ei»»t - po*> - -^-1 ► , '„ ■tblt prices >' PACIFIC AND GRAND ► .. ..-- - -..,,. .^v\L. vt J^_ For high grMe WAtchet tee I' nxtjlfiillj 1 11 AuHhSwittla^bl. U:;i D. KAMERMAN Everett"! Reliable Jeweler 1916 Hewitt Avenue Ind. 227 X Sun. bOC EVERYTHING IN COMMUNITY SILVER AUSTIN'S, 2004 Hewitt Aye. The Commercial Press Printers Manufacturers of RUBBER STAMPS 2931 Lombard Everett Chris Culmback FOR TOBACCO CIGARS CANDIES 1405 Hewitt Aye. PHONES 237 FOR HEATING AND PLUMBING CALL H. C. BROWN 2825 Pine Street Ind. 603 X Sunset 327 WESTBERG GROCERY . Staple and Fancy Groceries Phones 42 2933 Broadway We Give Green Trading Stamps EVERETT, WASH. Our Shoes Are Bettor Fisher, the Shoeman Cor. Hewitt and Wetmor* Fifteen Year* In Everett THE EVE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 20 January 1916

Tlhiin,U>, .hum;u> 20, IDIII. »♦♦♦♦**♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦»♦♦♦•♦♦•••♦♦♦••♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦ I /o l) fti^// lufQ set?, ii ;; BACHELDER<aCORNEiL it | i ♦ amAOfipVi ayu jAaH^cj xdv't i\'aa vain. 1 ! I petter Clothes : j: XX > &>i tor Men and Boys >] >[ [J O j ),!osM.B.a YAWOAOHII QUA TTIW 1M >;;? h,,l I t ' 1 ♦♦♦»»»»*»»*»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Tho Wonder Klercmitilc Go. I Up-to-Dnte Clothing Store f ESTABLISHED 1i YEARS i Hewitt and Hoyt y 8 Yeo & Son, Props. ' ' ' F— ~ ————— ■ ' I ~ ~1 V J | ; PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER ' MEN'S CLOTHIERB EXCLUSIVELY ■ Combination Offer!! We will send The Northwest Worker to your address for one year and any of the following papers or magazines for one year for the price quoted: The Northwest Worker and Pearson's Magazine . . . $1.50 Appeal To Reason .... 1.10 American Socialist . . . . 1.10 National Rip-Saw . . . . 1.10 or The Northwest Worker, Pearson's and any one of the other papers for one year for $1.60. i...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 20 January 1916

I'iirc Pour The Northwest Worker Entered as •pcond-class matter March 9, 1911. at the postofflco at B>»ri>tt Washington, under the act of March S. 1879. INI). I'UONK 4787. Published every Thursday by the Pross Committee of tho Socialist Party of Snohomish County, 1612 Call fornia St., R»er*H, Wash. Maynaxd ■ Shipley, Kdltor. H. W. WatU, Basinets Manager. Yearly subscription, $1.00; six months. s»c; three months, 25c; single eoiH— . 6c. _ Crawling Up The Donation Fund Is crawling up, slowly, but surely. And the Deficit Is being eaten up -#att as slowly, and just as surely. It's Doomed! I Comrades who have not yet "come across" aro going to bo in on tho fund before long. "I've got my eyo on that deficit," said one comrade,' in renewing his sub., "and I'll bo there with my part before long." This Is encouraging. No one wants to fight a hopeless battle.' Let each reader of these lines do his or her —even though the i part be small in itself—and the bat- j tle is won. The deficit w...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 27 January 1916

f>e prr copy. $1.00 per year. WASHINGTON SOCIALISTS LEAD! Biggest Gain in United States! Socialist Party of Washington Heads the List of States in the Growth of Dues Paying Members for the Year 1915 FORGING AHEAD!! INCREASE OF MEMBERSHIP MOST ENCOURAGING WASHINGTON REDS HEAD LIST In spite of the fact that 101." was I var for the |TOWth of the So otaUal bm mbershlp, owing to the bad financial conditions, Washington forg> ed ahead and made the biggest gain of any state in the union. Only six states made a gain in So cialist membership last year over that of 11» 14. They are: Washington, Oklahoma. Maine, Vermont, Georgia and Delaware. The total membership decreased 14.201 last year under that of 1914. The biggest loss was made by the state of California, which lost a total of 1,709 members. Among- the other western states showing a decrease, were Idaho and Oregon, with a loss of 240 and 291 respectively. Washington gains seventh place on the list for size of membership. In 1914 i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 27 January 1916

Pre*' Two CRYSTAL DYE WORKS LEADING CLEANERS CHAB. A. BERG 101 1 Hewitt :: Phono In.i. 1113 REPAIRING DONE FREE WHEN SUIT IS DRY OR STEAM CLEANED ...V. • • | C. M. STEELE | $ Grocery and Confectionery 1 Stock always fresh. Least pos- ? 5 slhl<> prices ■•■ 1 PACIFIC AND GRAND | 2 For high grade Watchei see A. J. MOHN 1416 HEWITT AYE. D. KAMERMAN Everett's Reliable Jeweler 1816 Hewitt Avenue Ind. 227 X Sun. 50C IVERYTHING IN COMMUNITY | SILVER AUSTIN'S. 2004 Hewitt Aye. if The Commercial Press Printers Manufacturers of RUBBER STAMPS 2931 Lombard Everett Chris Culmback FOR TOBACCO CIGARS CANDIES 1405 Hewitt Aye. PHONES 237 FOR HEATING AND PLUMBING CALL H. C. BROWN 2825 Pine Street Ind. 603 X Sunset 327 WESTBERG GROCERY . Staple and Fancy Groceries Phones 42 2933 Broadway We Give Green Trading Stamps EVERETT, WASH. Our Shoes Are Better Fisher, the Shoeman Cor. Hewitt and Wetmor* Fifteen Years In Everett THE EVERETT BATHS First Class BARBER SHOP 2321' 2 Wetmore JANUARY NUMBERS Melt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 27 January 1916

Tin ir* lay. January 71, I9lt> BACHELDER <& CORNEIL Better ClotKes for Men and Boys PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER AT Ol)c Merman SuitHfousc MEN'S CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY Combination Offer!! We will send The Northwest Worker to your address for one year and any of the following papers or magazines for one year for the price quoted: The Northwest Worker and Pearson's Magazine . . . $1.50 Appeal To Reason . . . . 1.10 American Socialist . . . . 1.10 National Rip-Saw .... 1.10 Red Feather, Seattle ... 1.10 Oregon Party Bulletin . . . 1.10 Socialist News, Kelso, Wash. . 1.10 Washington Party Builder . . 1.10 or The Northwest Worker, Pearson's and any one of the other papers for one year for $1.60. The One Vital Question For Every Parent to Answer is: WHO IS THE MAN YOUR DAUGHTER IS GOING TO MARRY? The ESCAPE —A play of power, punch and action that drives home a truth that every man, woman and child in Everett should know. It's not a "White Slave" picture— it's a drama from life and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 27 January 1916

Vw. Pour The Northwest Worker ~Knt*HKl •>:•• second claw matter Unroll '.> 1911, nt the postofflco nt BJverott. Washington, under the net of March »■ 18T->- " im> phonk 478Z ""published every Thursday by the Piv»B Committee of the Socialist Party of laohomlsh County. 1612 Cali fornia St., Kvoivtt. Wash. MAynnrd Shipley. Editor. H. W. Watts, nuslness Manager. Yearly subscription. $1.00; six months, MV. throe month*, ':r>e; nlnßl<> poplca. So- . Not Satisfactory We are Dragging In this issue of The Northwest Worker about the In crease of membership in the Social ist party of Washington, while so, many other states show a decrease.! We have just cause for feeling gratl-| fled to find that we have gained more j party members during the past year than any other stale in the Union. | And it is a source of satisfaction to find that in proportion to our total] population we stand second In the j Union in point of number of duos paying Socialists. Only Oklahoma stands be...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 3 February 1916

5c per copy, $1.00 per year. NEWS IN BRIEF AMSriSROAMf— total.booty !of ■ to Teutonic allies during 17 months of th&.v.'ar is summed up in Vienna as follows: Nearly 3,000,000 prisoners, 10,000 big guns, 40,000 machine guns. While 470,000 square kilometers of enemy territory has been occupied. ■'■-;'■-*■■■*- * ~, . . »,'j\ g BOISE, —The Jstate supreme court has declared _ the unemployment, lav unconstitutional. The law was passed by^theji la«t state legislature i.i'j!j>rovided that county commission ers, when requested, should furnish mp'oyment to any one but of work. j H Is said that thousands of soldiers on the battlefields of Europe are be ing .made Incurable!idiots'by the' rup ture of their nerve trunks and cen ters. Also that a Pittsburg firm has contracted to furnish Franco- and Breat Britain with fifteen million ! dollars worth of artificial limbs. {These j are poor inducement! • forJ the American people to enter upon * the militarist' policy^*" I"'*1 "'*"~a"^- a—"* tC"...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 3 February 1916

Page Two Crystal dye works LEADING CLEANERS (■HAS A Itl'.Kvl 1011 Hewitt :: Phone Ind. 1 111 REPAIRING DONC FREE WHEN SUIT IS DRY OR STEAM CLEANED t*sxsX« • ■ ■ 0. M. STEELE . Grocery and Confectionery Stock always Iresh. l.oast pos slbio prices PACIFIC AND GRAND For high ffr*d« Watchet see A. J. MOHN 1416 HEWITT AYE. D. KAMERMAN Everett's Reliable Jeweler 1618 Hewitt Avenue Ind. 227 X Sun. 50C IVERYTHINO IN COMMUNITY SILVER AUSTIN'S, 2004 Hewitt Aye. The Commercial Press Printers Manufacturers of RUBBER STAMPS 2931 Lombard Everett Chris Culmback FOR TOBACCO CIGARS CANDIES 1405 Hewitt Aye. PHONES 237 FOR HEATING AND PLUMBING CALL H. C. BROWN 2825 Pine Street Ind. 603 X Sunset 327 WESTBERG GROCERY . Staple and Fancy Groceries Phones 42 2933 Broadway We Give Green Trading Stamps EVERETT, WABH. Our Shoes Are Better Fisher, the Shoeman Cor. Hewitt and Wetmort Fifteen Years In Everett THE EVERETT BATHS First Class BARBER SHOP 2821 ;/ 2 Wetmore JANUARY NUMBERS •-Melting Pot — 5c Int. Soci...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 3 February 1916

rtuirs.lav l'Vl>ni;u> !!, 1916. BACHELDEH®. CORNEIL Better Clothes for Men and Boys PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER AT obc Gorman SuitHfouse MEN'S CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY Valentine Social BY LOCAL TRAFTON Saturday, February 12 in Grange Hall DIALOGUES SONGS RECITATIONS FISH POND CONTAINING USEFUL ARTICLES CAKE CONTEST FOR GIRLS UNDER 20 Prize for girls making best cake > LUNCH SERVED :-: ADMISSION FREE Birthday Celebration Postponed One Week Owing to bad weather it has been thought advisable to postpone the Birthay Celebration of The Northwest Worker for one week, till Sunday, February 20th. Take notice of this fact and prepare your presents for the xxasion. Card Party Every Friday in the Forum Prizes fcr both men and women. Refreshments served and a good time guaranteed. The evening's amusement costs only ten cents. NEWS AND NOTES SNOHOMISH COUNTY OFFICE Carl Ulonska. County Secretary — REFERENDUMS OUT National Referendums for the elec tion of Presidential and Vice-Presi dential c...

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