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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 3 February 1916

Pago Four The Northwest Worker Bntor«d a« second class matter March 9, 1911, at th.x pi*tofNce at ■vcrett Whnhtnston, under the act of March 3, 1879. IMP PHONIC 478Z rubllehed ove-ry Thursday by the rrwi Committee of tho Socialist Party of SnohomlKh County, 1612 Call fornia St., Kv*rett. Wash. r ""iftaynard Shipley. ; Kdltor. , H. W. Watts. BustnM* Manager. ? A " '' " * 1 1-— '■ j— Yearly subscription, $1.00; si* /months, 60c; three months, 25c; single : cople». Be i _^ MILITARY GENIUSES KBTJlt* was v Com*i»d«r> Oeorgo Bernard .Shaw-who first drew attention to the fact that the so-called genius of fa nious military men, as Napoleon. \Vol ! Huston. ; Caesar, -Hannibal,' etc., was 1 really ■ delusion, their "greatness" being merely an appearance due to j contrast with still .less intelligent | stuffed prophets. He said that a man who really hart a first rate intelligence would not, in the first place, be a miM*Hry "man.™ Ine present-conflict In i Europe j brings home the truth Of S...

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. — 10 February 1916

f>c per copy, $1 00 per year. University Extension Course Is Very Much Appreciated SECOND LECTURE OF SERIES MUCH ENJOYED Prof. Trevor Kineaid Talks Entertain ingly on the Artt of Pre historic Man The second lecture in the scries giv en under auspices of the Social Scl •Ma Study Club was well attended last Sunday evening despite the un usually bad weather. The attendance was especially good considering the fact that not only were the sidewalks blocked with snow, but It was only definitely known who the lecturer would be after The Northwest Work er had gone to press, so it could not be announced to our readers that the eminent biologist. Prof. Trevor Kin caid, of the state university, would give an illustrated lecture on the in dustries of prehistoric man. Prof. Kincaid took for his theme, as announced in the daily papers, "Economic Evolution," which was somewhat misleading, perhaps. This fact did not escape the notice of the lecturer himself, as he jokingly ad mitted that he had n...

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. — 10 February 1916

Page Two GEM DYE WORKS SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED, $1.00 MIQ Wetmore Avenue , rr . Phone: Ind. r>63X Phone : Sunset 561 0. M. STEELE | Grocery and Confectionery % Stock always fresh. Least pos- 1 slble prices <| PACIFIC AND GRAND "X For high grade WatchM tee A. J. MOHN 1416 HEWITT AYE. D. KAMERMAN Everett'* Reliable Jeweler 1618 Hewitt Avenue Ind. 227 X Sun. ROC EVERYTHING IN COMMUNITY SILVER AUSTIN'S, 2004 Hewitt Aye. The Commercial Press Printers Manufacturers of RUBBER STAMPS 5931 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 Year* In Everett THE EVERETT BATHS First Class BARBER SHOP 2821 Vz Wetmore JANUARY NUMBERS Melting Pot 5c f Int. Socialist Review 10c j] National Rip...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 10 February 1916

Tluh-ml.m> , Fi'brunrj li>. 191(1 B ACHELDER <& CORNEIL Better Clothes for Men and Boys PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER AT olk Gorman SultHfouse 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 >ccasion. 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. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHO MISH. In Probate In the Matter of the Guardianship of Alf Bruseth, a minor....

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 10 February 1916

Page Four The Northwest Worker | ■■.tared as second-class matter March S. 1911, at the poetofflce at Brwett, Washington, under tho act at March *. 1879. ~~ INIV PUONK mz Published every Thursday by the Prt»*s Committee of the Socialist Party of Snohomlsh County, 1612 Cali fornia St., Kw«rett. Wash. M*ynard Shipley, Kditor. H. W. WatU, Business Manager. "~T**rly subscription, $1.00; nix months, 66c; three months, 26c; singly eoi>to«. 6c. ' Inspiring Example We hear so much ignorant misuse of the principle of "economic ilotivr minism" within the ranks of (he So clalist party, we cannot resist the temptation to cite (he example of the world's greatest pianist in resuming his concert work as a means of re lieving the- awful Batterings of his countrymen in Poland. Two years ago. Ignance .lan r.iderewski possess ed a fortune of nearly $-.',000.000. To day he is a poor man. apart from his earning capacity as the world's fore most virtuoso. He has given away his entire fortune in the eff...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 17 February 1916

5c pfr copy, $1.00 per yrar. OUR MOTTO: uHew To The Line, Let The Chips Fall Where They May." Canadian Socialists Jailed for Sedition Comrade John Reid, Socialist can didate for the Alberta, Canada, legis lature for Red Peer riding, lias been sentenced to fifteen months in jail, having been found guilty of sedition. Comrade Reid is a veteran of the Boer War. Ho fought for the British government on behalf of Internation al capitalists who wanted to get pos session of the rich diamond, mines and fertile land and markets Of South Africa. After fighting for "His Country," and then seeing the jobs turned over to Chinese instead of Britishers, ho revolted. Later ho became a Social ist and a well-versed student of the Socialist philosophy. He has been a candidate for political office on the Socialist party ticket many times. During his recent tour as a candi date he stated in his lecture that "he was British born but not proud of It." That "he had no country." That the European war "was a ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 17 February 1916

Pago Two GEM DYE WORKS SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED, $1.00 MIQ Wetmore Avenue Phono Suns.l M 1 Phone: lnd' 66™ 0. M. STEELE « Grocery and Confectionery < Stock always fresh. Least pos- < slble prices < PACIFIC AND GRAND < < ~ Tor high grade Watche* tee ; I A. J. MOHN ; ; 1418 HEWITT AYE. ! !♦♦♦»>♦»♦♦♦♦»♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦« D. KAMERMAN Everett's Reliable Jeweler 1816 Hewitt Avenue Ind. 227 X Sun. 50C EVERYTHING IN COMMUNITY SILVER AUSTIN S, 2004 Hewitt Aye. The Commercial Press Printers Manufacturers of RUBBER STAMPS 8931 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 C .~een Trading Stamps EVERETT, WASH. Our Shoes Are Better Fisher, the Shoeman Cor. Hewitt and Wetmort Fifteen Year* In Everett THE EVERETT BATHS First Class BARBER SHOP 282 iy 2 Wetmore American Dye Works S LEADING CL...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 17 February 1916

Thursday. February 17, 1916 BACHF DEH<aCORNEIL Better Clothes for Men and I Joys PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER AT Ob* Merman SuitUfousc MEN'S CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY Card Party Every Friday in the Forum Prizes for both men and women. Refreshments served and a good time guaranteed. The evening's amusement costs only ten cents. OWNERSHIP OF WEALTH IN U. S. We have, according- to the income tax returns, forty-four families with annual incomes of $1,000,000 or more, whose mem bers perform little or no useful service, but whose aggregate incomes, totalling at the very least fifty millions per year, are equivalent to the earnings of 100,000 wage earners. The ownership of wealth in the United States has become concentrated to a degree which is difficult to grasp. The "Rich," 2 per cent, of the people, own 60 per cent, of the wealth. The "Middle Class," 33 per cent of the people, own 35 per cent. of the wealth. The "Poor," 65 per cent, of the people, own only 5 per cent, of the wealth. LIVING ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 17 February 1916

Page Four The Northwest Worker I Entered :>« second-class matter March I, 1911, <>' the postoftioe at, Rrorott. Washington, under the act of March S. 1879. H;iND.|PnoNB i;s.-, Published every Thursday by the, Pr»«s Committee of tho Socialist Party of Snohomtsh County. 1612 Cali fornia St., Kvorott. Wash. M*ynard Shipley, Kdltor. H. W. Watts, Business Manager. '"Yearly subscription. $1.00; six Month*.' 6lV; throe months, 25c; (tingle eoplp«. Be. Fear is Justified Representative Cary of Wisconsin Introduced ■ resolution ill the house recently for the transfer of the nation- Mi capital to Milwaukee, because pond log legislation might make the dis trict of Columbia dry Ho said that prohibition is a "menace to society and good government." When MM understands what the Honorable Cary means by "society" and "good government" it at once be comes clear thai his (ears are well founded. "Society" to him means the present ruling-class, and "good gov ernment" means political control of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 24 February 1916

II T 5c per copy, $1.00 per year. Senate Committee Hears From Comrade Mauer LABORS PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM labor's suspicion and dislike of so-called "preparedness" was voiced before the august senate committee on military affairs in Washington on February Sth by President James H. Mauref of the Pennsylvania stat^ federation of labor, whoso speech at that time was probably unlike any thins ever heard in that particular committee room before. The sena tors who were gathered around the I mahogany table forebore to heckle "th,* speaker as they hail heckled sev t eral of the "pacifists." Apparently they felt there was too much of the bear about him to make an encounter acii cable. The hearing was held under the auspices of the Anti -Preparedness committee, which has opened ijuar in the Munsey Bldg., Washing ton, D. Ci tor a fight against the "P'.v paredneas" lobby. After explaining that while the Pennsylvania state federation of labor had not taken any official ac tion against "preparednes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 24 February 1916

TftRC Two ! • 0. M. STEELE $ ! ' Grocery and Confectionery * ; ; Stock always fresh. Least pos- 1 ! ' slblo prices r ! ! PACIFIC AND GRAND X ! ♦$^sJsssjK»^\««s\«yf »♦» ♦ »♦>»♦»»»♦ I Tor high grade Watches tee ', i ; A. J. MOHN I < 1416 HEWITT AYE. ' [] ! ♦♦»»><>»»»>»>>>♦•♦♦»♦»•♦♦ i ■" ■» D. KAMERMAN Everett's Reliable Jeweler 1616 Hewitt Avenue Ind. 227 X Sun. 600 , j.l .... --.■. . nt ■ * EVERYTHING IN COMMUNITY SILVER AUSTEN'S, 2004 Hewitt Are. The Commercial Press Printers Manufacturers of RUBBER STAMPS •931 Lombard Everett w tit j| 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 IWESTBERG 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 Wetmort Fifteen Years In Everett 1. ~ a ~-...-.--...--...-.-----~t THE EVERETT BATHS First Class ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 24 February 1916

ThuiMl.t> . jj\ l>m.ir\ IM, 1916 BACHELDER® CORNEIL Better Clothes for Men and Boys PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER AT ol)c Gorman Sult~3Kbuse MEN'S CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY The Wonder Mercantile Co. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ESTABLISHED II YEARS twitt and Hoyt 8 Yeo A Son, Prop*. Hall for Rent BANQUET ROOM AND WELL EQUIPPED KITCHEN PIANO 225 CHAIRS LOW RATES For full particulars call Ind. 478Z or apply at office, rear of building, 1612 California Card Party Every Friday in the Forum Prizes for both men and women. Refreshments served and a good time guaranteed. The evening's amusement costs only ten cents. Socialist Philosopher Forsaw Present War What PYederick Engels, co-laborer of Karl Marx and author of several Socialist classics, thought about a future world-wide war is clearly shown in a part of the preface writ ten by him in ISB7 for a new edition of Borkheim's book, "Zur Erinnerung an die Deutschen Mordspatrioten," (A Memento for the German Jingoes). In this foreword Engeis plac...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 24 February 1916

Page Four The Northwest Worker Entered as second class matter March 9, Mil, at tho pout of flop at Krorctt. Washington, under the act of March X. 1879. IND. I'UONK 4757, VuliHshcd every Thursday b> the rroits Committee ol the Boclallsl rarty of Bnohomlsh County. Mil i'«H ' forolß St . Kve-reti. Wash Maxmuii Shipley. Kdilor H. \V. Willis, Baitneai Manajcer Yearly subscription, $1.00; six months, BOc; three months, I6c; single copies. Be, ' EDITOR IS WRONG SAYS COM STONE Comrade O. H. Stone, of Baring, wash, takes exception to our editor ial on Economic Determinism, which appeared in the Issue of Feb. 10th, under the caption, •'lnspiring Exam pie." As our critic merely makes a series of dogmatic statements with out touching upon the one point raised In our editorial concerning the mater ial sacrifices of Poland's greatest pianist, we find little temptation to write another editorial In support of our thesis. However, we publish the comrade's criticism for the sake of freedom of exp...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 2 March 1916

5c per copy, $1 00 per year. 6th Birthday-JUBILEE EDITION NEWS IN BRIEF The capitalists are aftor Scott Nearing's scalp in Toledo, Ohio. He is a teacher in the University and the plutocrats have a^ain objected to his teachings Henry Ford, the millionaire auto mobile builder, has begun his pub licity campaign against militarism in the United States. He intends to spend $2,000,000 on the campaign. Sixty thousand Paris dressmakers are on strike. Starvation wages are being paid. Radical college students have Issued their first issue of their new magazine Challenge, published to take up the cause of free speech in Universities. Eugene V. Debs has been nominat ed for congressman in the fifth dis- trict of Indiana. Debs says he does not want the nomination but the So cialists are going ahead with it. French commanders have issued or ders imposing severe penalties on sol diers who shake hands or converse with the Germans in the opposite trenches. Hoke Smith, senator from Georgia, is the one...

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

Page Two RELIABLE SNOHOMISH FIRMS ON THIS PAGE Thank You! We thank you Bor your patronage and believe that everything yoa buy of us will give entire latiafaotioD. \Y. especially request thai you try our TEAS AND COFFEES The Peoples Grocery Co. Inc. IT. 11. ANX is, Manager Commercial of Snoljomisb Count? 902 First Street SNOHOMISH, Wash. t .. <■, UNION MADE GOODS WE HANDLE ~ / ■| . ' < « ' < Stagg Trousers Greenhood Shirts i Tailoring Bell Suspenders Dap's Big-5 Overalls Hardeman Hats THERE'S NOT A SWEATSHOP GARMENT IN OUR HOUSE Eagles' Clothing Store Snohomish, Wash. Barnes £$ (To* Dealers in (General Mlercl)an6isc Phones: Sunset 50- Y, Ind. 1512 Snohomish, Wash. !&akemcut &2~s\xxby Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers 715 First Street, opposite Public Library SNOHOMISH, WASH. Telegraph and Telephone Orders Pilled Day or Night Phones: Ind. 101, Sunset 84-L A JOHN BROWN OF TODAY William Alien while, the vigorous editor or the BJmporla iKm > Qaiotte, achieved Fame th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 2 March 1916

Ttuirv,iM\. March 2. 1916 =«;™=: SEND IT TO JONES MILES POINDEXTER TU Otn.,n M « DM them the propir of this .tat* don't Senator Jones, Representatives C. C. Dill and LH. Hadley 8 II U wlUflillll I/ ' DBTROIT. Mich.. Sept. M, 1915.- wan, t the Steven, bill pai.cd. GIVES VIEWS ON should receive 5,000 letters in the next week explaining the •"■**■■!#■*■■■ The Rilon Toasted Corn Klaos com- *2nK^ U^'fand B ™crYu y PROPOSED PRICE BILL r( - a , purpose of the "Trusts' " Stevens Bill. They'll vote ImpoVe'd be ab ° Ut the WORST perpe™at.on ever paay, of Battle Crwk, Mich., is per- working on what is known^mong the , n hto ~,„.,.„ „ , ~,„ - No " on it and yell "No" good and loud when they learn the of this question/i CIVIL'zed na™n. The seriousness MMitD eajotaed from Hztni the n- "'■ Bteveni bill" which : ,,,. ~f „;,. 5t ,. v ,,,, H Avi ,, s ~,,,i 11, ,i , ,,,, . _.._,__. of thp hjll X ey iearn ™c °F ™' I ,?" ESTION " enou 9h t0 AROUSE the indignation of Ml. pruv OH It. p-tdUCt by a COnsenl ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 2 March 1916

Ii . Pour ADVERTISERS HAVE HELPED US HELP OTHERS! Comrades, Come Across! • J^^kW"^I*"* I < j 0. M. STEELE I '< ' Grocery and Confectionery & J ; Stock always fresh. Least pos- S < • slble price* ', ', PACIFIC AND GRAND 1 I - «*> •■^yJst^lK^* »♦»♦»>♦» •»♦; ~ For high grade Watches see ; ' * ;■ A. J. MOHN ! « i H ;; 1416 HEWITT AYE. J| i !♦♦»»» »»♦»••>•••••♦••*♦»♦< >: _ _—^ D. KAMERMAN Everett's Reliable Jeweler 1616 Hewitt Avenue Ind. 227 X Sun. 600 „. — —~J .. . . . --- --* —B»BBB—1—^^ —^^^^^» , EVERYTHING IN COMMUNITY SILVER AUSTIN 2004 Hewitt Aye. ' The Commercial Press : Printers Manufacturers of RUBBER STAMPS 8931 Lombard Everett I 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 IWESTBERG GROCERY . Staple and Fancy Groceries Phones 42 2933 Broadway We Give Green Trading Stamps EVERETT, WASH. BflnWißwni'ii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 2 March 1916

Thursday, Mar h 2, 1916 Six Years of Educational Work Made Possible By Patronizin^Horne Firms BACHELDER ©, CORNEIL Better Clothes for Men and Boys ♦♦»♦»♦♦♦»»«>♦>»♦>»«»♦♦»««>»»»»♦>««<«♦«<♦?♦»♦>«♦♦♦ The Wonder Mercantile Co. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ESTABLISHED It YEARS Hewitt and Eoyt S. Yeo & Son, Prop*. i PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER AT ob<£ German Suit^fousc MEN'S CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY $200 REWARD if cotton is found in the filling of these Pants. MAYFIELD WOOLEN MILLS. A Special $2.50 Pants Others at $1.50. $1.75 and $2.00 Winkelman & Peuser EXCLUSIVE FLORSHEIM SHOE AGENTS Formerly Bennett's Everett, Wash. HAVE YOUR SUIT MADE IN EVERETT BY Hatlen Brothers EVERETT'S LEADING LADIES' AND MEN'S TAILORS Phone: Sun. 1020 2814 Colby Phone: Ind. 781 ■ Edward Wahl Clothing, Gents' Furnishings and Hats EVERETT. WASH XQm, ytakrkcrn's CIGAR STORE BILLIARDS AND BOWLING PARLORS UPSTAIRS Corner Hewitt and Colby H. N. SKINNER THE OPTICAL JEWEL. 2621 Colby. Evereti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 2 March 1916

Pi m EKi Buy at Home, Bis Stores and Large Stocks Will Result; Supply Follows Demand The Wonder Mercantile Co. UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING STORE ESTABLISHED 16 YEARS Hewitt and Hoyt S. Yeo & Son, Props. Factory: 2817 Norton 1>|1OI11': Ind 156S A. J. LEIBERSCHAL Manufacturer of High Grade Havana and % Domestic CIGARS EVERETT, wash. • NICKEL LEADER or SAN KEY CIGARS MADE IN EVERETT FOR A IBS LUNCH Try the ELGIN CAFETERIA STYLE 1506 Hewitt Avenue COMPLIMENTS J.J.SULLIVAN EVERETT MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS (Superintendent Evergreen Cemetery) Js^ We Always %£agk Buy at Home > Ajf 'v^^^'-'lr^t I I And when we want Photographs fK&i/j \^*£W , " 'ftp* .'k I we always patronize the leading *>^j£ i ./L >!*' !w 1 Photographer— ifjf '/! W'\ MYER'S ; S&r^!*mk& MBW\ml WL I JCvJIV o WfißmMz^l STUDIO r '^Sa^^^/y^J* 1414 Hewitt Aye. I J^ ff \\ Phone 118Y Everett 1 <i \W jR/fts&ss'k;v ■ ''■ WASHINGTON STOVE WORKS /MlW&SgnMßj^^. •' ' "i^: Manufacturers of W^^^W>y~%: ■'■■...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 2 March 1916

Tharadar, March •.'. l'Mfi. Trade With Those Who Have Confidence In Your Paper Vienna &$ "Xuncl) 3\oom B P, DANIELS, Prop. HOME OF THE ROYAL BREAD Sold by all leading grocers SODA FOUNTAIN AND ICE CREAM PARLOR WEDDING AND FANCY CAKES A SPECIALTY Telephone: Sun. 979, Ind. 515Z 1409 Hewitt Avenue WAI.THAM. ELGIN, HAMILTON WATCHES Mtanufacturitig Jeweler GRKAT NORTHERN RAILWAY TIME INSPECTOR Robt. Anderson, Prop. Phone Ind, 118 X 1418 Hewitt Aye. Everett, Wash. J. H. REQUA, President L. H. REQUA, Sec.-Treas. Td\)*. Grocers—Wholesale an& detail "WHERE PRICES ARE LOWEST FOR SAFE QUALITY" Both Phones 121, Add. Sun. 122 2818 COLBY EVERETT, WASH. Everett Tent & Awning Co. TENTS for Rent and Sale! 1501 HEWITT AVENUE City Drug Store EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE 1910 Hewitt Aye. F. W. Woolworth Go. 1818-20 Hewitt Aye. 5-10-15 CENT STORE Nothing Over 15c—Money Refunded on Unsatisfactory Purchases WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINK OF CONFECTIONERY, STATIONERY. NOTIONS, HARDWARE. TOILET ARTICLE...

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