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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 1 April 1915

Thursday, April 1, liMTy BACHELDER <8l CORNEIL Better Clothes for Men and Boys - .Wo recommend' you to the —. & HOTEL HOLTON $ Rooms are nice, large, pleasant 2, and modern. New management;' *> 2928 Wetmore f Phones: Sunset, 646; Ind, IUX S, ♦ ♦»»>»»»»»♦ ♦»♦♦♦»> HOTEL LOMBARD '}'> 1922 Hewitt Are. v,', Rooms 50c, 75c, 91 < ' .'-.> ' Phone Ind. 493 X ',[ Socialist literature always on < • .V" the table ~. ,';.. \\ ; ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦I »♦♦♦•♦»»♦»♦•♦»♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦ | UNION MADE SHOES ; ► .at ■ :: . MURRY SHOE CO. ! I ' 1715 Hewitt Sunset 1141 '; EVERYTHING IN COMMUNITY SILVER AUSTIN'S, 2004 Hewitt Aye. PETER HUBBY Attorney at Law Room 216 Stokes Bldg. 1616 ft Hewitt At*. Call for Royal Bread at your rocers; also Old Fashion Salt Rising, made at VIENNA BAKERY B. F. Daniels JOHN F. JERREAD Undertaker and Ernbalmer Phone Main 230 EVERETT, WASH. CITY DRUG STORE 1910 Hewitt Aye. Free delivery to any part of the city. Ask for Green Trading Stamps. -►OUR BEST C...

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. — 1 April 1915

Pm F»ttT. P* Washington Socialist Entered as second o«la»a matter March 9. 1911. at tho poatofflco at Kverett, Washington, under the act of March 3. 1579. INU PHONK 47SZ Published every Thursday by the Ptv«s rommittee of the. Socialist Party of Suohomish County. 16U Call fornla St.. KTrrett. Wanh. M»ynard Shipley. Kdttor. H. W. Watts, Business Manager. Yearly I subscription. $1.00; »lx months, 50c; threo months, 26c; single copies. Be. ______ NOTICE TO CONTRIBUTORS 1 MSS. received later than Mon day morning stand a poor chance, as a rule, of getting into the paper the same week. Our "copy" is always in type by 4:30 Tuesday of each week. Wednesday morn ing "ad." work is done, correc tions made, and, on rare occa sions, very important notices, or brief news items, set up. The •forms" are "locked up" Wed nesday afternoon, ready to \go through the press the first thing Thursday morning. Try to get copy in by Saturday, or by Mon day morning, at the latest! MAKE IT SHORT! Please, use pape...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 8 April 1915

•:>. - ' ■■ !• jipr oopjr, $100 p« year. Last Call for Seconds! Read Local Everett No. l's Anti-War Resolutions, Then Have Them Seconded at the Next Meeting of Your Local-Don't Miss This!!! THE LAST CALL Second the Motion LET'S ABOLISH WAR! We Alone Can Do It ..The Wa»hlngton Socialist hereby gives the last call for seconds to Lo cal Everett No. 1'» resolution against capitalist wars, defensive or offensive. We claim that for the working-class there is no "defensive" war which has for a result the capitalist system. No war in which one group of work ers is arrayed against another group of workers, from anywhere In the world, is a "defensive war" for the workers. IT IS PER SE, UNDER ANY AND ALL CIRCUMSTANCES, A SLAUGHTER OF THE WORKERS BY THE WORKERS FOR THE CAPI TALISTS. No working man is ever called upon, or can ever be called upon, to "defend" his "home" against the VOLUNTARY INVASION of other working men. Be sides, the working-class, as a class, have no HOMES to defend, from a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 8 April 1915

Page Two Place Your Money WHERE It will be w»!<\ ftrni where it will bring you suro returns. You may need it later on. Four per cent on Saving Deposits. Citizens Bank <& Trust Company Cor. Wetmore and Hewitt FRESH CHURNED BUTTER, FRESH RANCH EGGS AND FULL CREAM CHEESE ALWAYS ON HAND. Watch for our Wednesday «nd Saturday specials. DOWMOORE DAIRY STORE, 1918 Hewitt Avenue AMERICAIN DYE WORKS 8. ROBINSON * SOW ■£& t jA\ LEADING CLEANERS AND OM2I Wetmor. f^|^ DYERS V v Pfcanw 048 '• fw^>' »»<»»<t»r(r<fi?«<»^:^^^-"" JvjC^-'^"'-N-"t^ft-^t"x'ivMv*s'i--t'-''>r--''''>'' For high grade Watche* ie« A. J. MOHN 1416 HEWITT AYE. D. KAMERMAN Everett's Rehable Jeweler 1618 Hewitt Avenue Both Phonet: 500 ■ ■■■■■■I ■■ T " -* Auto Supplies—Agents for Good year Tires RIVERSIDE HARNESS SHOP Cor. Fulton and Hawitt S. S. 1740 PHONES Ind. 562 ' —_——___^——— I 6% MONEY 6% MONEY Loans may be obtained for any pur pose on acceptable Real Estate se- i curity; Hberal privileges;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 8 April 1915

Thureday, April 8, l:U.">. BACHELDEH® CORNEIL Better Clotkes for Men and Hoys ■ ■ . .^ .We recommend you to the—. <y> HOTEL HOLTON V Koonis are nice, largo, pleasant '; and modern. New management. $ 2928 Wetmore t Phones: Sunset, 646; lnd., 95SX 1 s*-»s»X«^S«?xJ>*^x^' • • HOTEL LOMBARD 1 ;>_2 Hewitt Aye. Rooms 50c, ~sc, $1 Thonf lnd. 493 X Socialist literntuiv always on the table UNION MADE SHOES AT MURRY SHOE CO. 1715 Hewitt Sunset 1141 EVERYTHING IN COMMUNITY SILVER AUSTIN'S, 2004 Hewitt Aye. PETER HUSBY Attorney at Law Room 216 Stokes Bldg. KIBH Hewitt Are. Call for Royal Bread at your rocers; also Old Fashion Salt Rising, made at VIENNA BAKERY B. F. Daniels JOHN F. JERREAD Undertaker and Embalmer Phone Main 230 EVERETT, WASH. CITY DRUG STORE 1910 Hewitt Aye. Free delivery to any part of the city. Ask for Green Trading Stamps. -►OUR BEST CLUB OFFER«-\ —^"awT" V-i1 L '£y£?hm'cii.-: 'toSrtl 6 Ever Blooming Rose Bushes 1 i^SStKil ! Make your yard and gar- FARMING den ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 8 April 1915

Page Four. Socialist Entered as second mutter March I, 1911, at the postofflco at Kvorctt, Washington, under th« act Of Miir.'h I, LI7I knd PHONB 4TS/. Published every Thursday by the. Press Committee of the Socialist T*arty of Snotiominh County, 1612 Cali fornia. St., Kverett. Wash. M&ynard Shipley, Kdltor. H. W. Watts, Business Manager. Yearly subscription, $1.00; six months, 60c; three months, 25c: single copies. So. ___^ — FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES The One Prerequisite Wo publish in this Issue a reply to laichl Kepubllc's communication ro pardtng money and the banking mon opoly. from >omrado Troletaria Hill." It is well that this Issue has boon raised. The principle that tho radi cal forcea of labor should concen trate their efforts on one big liiue. is worthy of serious consideration. But not all rebels, either within or without the Red Card group, are agreed on the question of what the one big i»»ue should be. "Prolotarla BUI" emphasizes the necessity for concentration of our ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 15 April 1915

■r Copy, $I,CO c r V ta FIRST W -2K IN NAY IS RED WEEK CAUL FOR ACTION RED WKEK There has never been I time, within tho memory of man when Socialism was more badly .needed than It la to day. As a result of the reign of Capital ism halt the world Is at war. Death,, disease and destitution cover the lace of Kuropo. The vilest human pass ions are unleashed In our country several million men are unemployed. The cost of living is rising. The greed for profits on the part of the American capitalists is prolonging the Kuropean horror and Is bringing us close, to the abyss of war." The capitalist class and the cap italist newspapers are working dili gently for an Increase In the army and navy. Two el our comrades. Fred Holt and Pat Qulnlan, me In jail because of their faithfulness to the cause of labor. The first week in May is RED WEEK— the week set apart by the WHY DO SOCIALISTS N T DIVIDE UP? (Bf R. a. Dagne.) "How can a rieli man bo a consist ent Socialist?" Can lie keep his riches with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 15 April 1915

V mo Two. PLAGE YOUR MONEY WHERE It will be fife, and where It will bring you sure return You may nted It later on. Four per cent, on Saving Depodts. Citizens Bank & Trust Company Corner Wetmore and Hewitt Avenuet Everett, W.v h Paints, Glass, Whitlows, Doors, Roofing and Building Paper Yon can buy from us at wholesale prices—Give tin a trio1 H. A. ENGELCRECHT CO. 2007 Hewitt Avenue Everett, Waaii ■■^■■■■■■WMMWBMWWBMMWMIIWMiMMMIWWMWWWIWWWMM I—iliW SHHnUi i i ' -•*. '■' ' I I ' I r""|i'i"'"'i7iM i. ■ ■■■!■! ' '."i""™"i'n I T> FRESH CHURNED BUTTER, FRESH RANCH EGOS AND FULL CREAM CHEESE ALWAYS ON HAND Watch for our Wednesday and Saturday Special*. ' MEADOWMOORE DAIRY STORE 1918 Hewitt Avenue ; .'.. ;. .', :'. ; .. . Everett, Washington ? — —> *A fe^htfLJM^H^Jfla4ttflaiXHtfPl'l^ftJfltt^^>^^Mßi^^^4>*V^a^Pia> AMERICAN DVi: WORKS S. ROBINSON A SON, /il/t"(I\ LEADING CLEANERS AND JWv..,<A\ LEADING CLEANERS AND 2821 Wetmore jaE?afl«t\ Phone.-24S SSffil? DYERS C. M. STE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 15 April 1915

Than ii Iprll i. i m.. BACHELDER & CORNER I 1 Better Clothes | For Men and Boys ; A I. —J—il—Wi^M WMW | Mn]t])|MJ^ . ' '' '""' ' ' ■■■. 'I ■!■! . THE WONDER MERCANTILE CO~~l Up-to-Date Clothing Store • jj Established 16 years. Hewitt and Hoyt. S. YE-0 & SON, P, 0,, ; I «^ ' «! ,«1— -■ ■■ 111 WWII ITMlllMM^M^u JM-HMMI "~ \ BOSTONIAN SHOES *3 } ARE UNION MADE S $3.50, $4.00, $4.50. and $5.00 I] \t U . MEN'S SHOE STORE , -. - ' 1.;..^ CJ VRD OROS - wav NEXTTOHAFERKOHNT J Union Made Shoes —AT— MURRY SHOE CO. 1715 Hewitt. Sunset 1141 Always go to ■ o C. PETERSON Dldest and most reliable the* r ( sair shop In the city. 2921 Wetrrore Ay;. NJext to People's 1 t.;.tre. RILEY-COOLEY SHOE CO. t712 Hewitt Avenu;, Everett. An economical place to tr;:o^: MODEL SAMPI No More—s2^o—No Lesi SHOE COMPANY FOR MEN FOR WOMEN The Upstairs Shoo Shop ! Saves You Dollars How do we do It? Smai. ex penses, low rent, no Clerks to pay FOBES BUILDING Room Next door to" Star Theatre 1806-08 Hewitt Aye. UPS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 15 April 1915

Pago Four. The Washington Socialist KllliM'i'il na ' ■ Olid iMB matter March I, 1911, at the postofllcc at Rverett, Washington, under the act of March :'. 1.579. INKKI'KNIiKN V PHONK «T8 / Published '"> "'■ 'i livi.nd.iy by ii.. i mi Committee of tho Socialist Tar ly of Baohwalah Co., 161« California st. Kvorett, Washington. .iluh.iml Shipley Lditor ~, .Business Manager M. W. W^tt« Yearly subscriptions, $1.00; /-i\ months, 'V tlneo months, 2Ec;/tln >■..«' copies 6 cents. * "THEY SHOT AT YOU" ' Comrade Han i- Goffß, of Colorado, gavo ii stirring doscrlption or the Lttd low niassac.ro In the course of an e!o --iliitMit speech at Socialist hall last Sun «lay afternoon. In view of the ap proaching anniversary of Colorado's hanu> nay—the Ludlow massacre of April 20, 1914—tho Socialists of Ever ett were particularly fortunate In having for their speaker a woman who was almost an eye-witness Of the teirl b'e scenes she described; for Mrs. Geffs knows personally tl.e survivals of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 24 April 1915

5c per Copy, $1 CO prr . WAR MAY F«B IH JULY. SAYS DR. JORDAN ■ I David Starr Jordan, Formerly presi dent of I .eland Stanford, Junior TJnl rerstty, California, gives his views on the outlook for peaeo— news that will bo of luterost to all readers. Dl Jor dan finds for t ehyoung people of the world | a singular responsibility, and ho points to tho necessity for plain talking on the part ot all.1 Hero is what Dr. Jordan, noted advocate ot peace, ha 3to say: n> DAVID mahk JORDAN . As to tho duration of tho war one can only guess. So many elements are involved that.one rail's guess is as good' as another's.' i think that it is drawing near an end; let us say in July, not risking, however, any repu tation I may have as a minor prophet. , I do not believe that any sweeping victory may bo expected. People may lose faith in forco of arms. To force peace through starvation is abhorrent. Peace through exhaustion of money cannot be had for a year or so. The nations were all in the mire of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 24 April 1915

P»ro Two. ■ ! —iwMiwwwwwwwwwniwmTiiiii it nun inn mmii in an iiimuwwii PLAGE YOUR MONEY WHERE I It will b* •■(«, and where It will bring you sure return. ; You may ncad It later on. y Four per cent, on Saving Deposits. I Citizens Bank & Trust Company . Corner Wetrnor* and M»wlH Avtnuss . • - Everett, Wish. Paints, Glass, Windows, Doors, Roofing and Building Paper Yon can buy from via at wholesale prices— Give us a trial H. A. ENGELCRECHT CO. 2007 Hewitt Avenue Everett, Wash. • • • " !■;■'•>■■ ■^■■aa^^ FRI9H CHURNED BUTTER, FREBH RANCH EGGS AND FULL CREAM CHBIBI ALWAYS ON HAND Watch for our Wednesday and Saturday Specials. MEADOWMOORE DAIRY STORE 191t Hewitt Avenue X' J • •■'• ■ • • Everett, Washington r***" I****—**^*^^' * ""^ ™ I"''"''''''''''"'"''"™*"™""'''"'""^*"'""'"™**'''"'**"^*"*''' —■■■■ i■! I iimiihi hi ii» "■ '■■ i—-I ■ —^™ AMERICAN DYE WORKS 8. ROBINSON A SON, is^\ leading cleaners and l|*hA\ LEADING CLEANERS AND 2821 Wetmore ABkjßKa Phone. 248 wl^^ DYERS C. M. STEE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 24 April 1915

I 24. 18 BACHELDER & CORNEIL Better Glothes For Men and Boys THE WONDER MERCANTILE CO. Upto-Date Clothing Storo. Established 16 years. Hewitt and Hoyt. 8. YEO A. BON. Props. HOSTOMAN BBLOEB ARE UNION MADE $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 MEN'S SHOE STORE >RD BROS. NEXT TO HAFERKORN'S Union Made Shoes —AT— MURRY SHOE CO. 1715 Hewitt. Sunset 1141 Mwayi go to o C. PETERSON Dldett and most reliable sho? re pair shop in the city. 2921 Wetmore Aye. Vext to People's Theatre. ii .-..-..1— —»—_ ~ | | ___ RILEY-COOLEY SHOE CO. 1712 Hewitt Avenue, Everett. An economical place to trade: MODEL SAMPLE No More—s2.so—No Less SHOE COMPANY FCR MEN FOR WOMEN The Upstairs Shoe Shop that Saves You Dollars How do we do It? Smai! ex penses, low rent, no clerks to pay FOBES BUILDING Room 18 Next door to Star Theatrt 1806-08 Hewitt Aye. UPSTAIRS Next Closing Out Our Entire Stock Wall Paper and Paints Great Reduction in Prices S. D. CLARK 2820 Rockefeller. Everett, Wn. WEBSTER'S NEW STANDARD DICTIONARY I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 24 April 1915

r:\RO I'Vlll The Washington Socialist Katorcd ;" second-dues matter i Mmcli 9. Lilt, at tlie postofllce at UTorott, Washington, under the act ot MmtJ. 8. 1579. INDEPENDENT PHONI 478-2. Published tuery ThUTßdiy by the , Press Committee of tho Socialist Par ,> of Snohomtsh Co., Mil California St. Everett, Washington, Maynaid Shipley .......'..Editor , H. W. Watt* . .Cutlnsss M.-.nager I ■ i Yearly subscriptions, $1.00; six months, ,".i>e, three mouths, Koi sin- I Itle copies 6 cents. ■^ i I —^ r THE SHAKE OF LABOR § Carnegie's View. Mr. Carnegie's attitude on the pro per share off labor In its own product is clearly shlwn In his remarks anont tho wealth Jilted in tho founding 01 Cooper; Institute. Says hie: "Much of this sum, If distributed In small quantities among the ji.t pie (among those who produced It,) wcu'd have been wasted In the Indulgence of ap petite, some of it in excess, and it may well bo doubted • whether oven the part put to the best use, that of adding' to the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 29 April 1915

be per Copy, $1.00 per Ye»r. A SONS Of WHTtfl \m (Bj F. PiuUrbaca) Today we meet to celebrate ,1. Another your of toil. The hands that sow,. the hands that reap. The hands that till the soil. The hands that fashion, frame and mold The wares of shop and mtll; The hands that delve beneath the sod With shovel, pick and drill; The hands that carry forth the fruits Of industry and skill; That speed the trains, that spread the sails For ocean breeze to fill Now pause to send this message forth. This message free and bold: As labor must create all wealth. All wealth shall labor hold. Unite the east; unite the west! Unite from shore to shores! Unite the north; Unite the south! Unite the wide world o'er! Unite, for we have naught to loose. Save the oppressor's chain; Unite! unite, nor shrink, nor pause. We have a world to gain. FALL INTO LINE! (By Ralph Korngold) The first of May is International Labor Day. On that day the working classes all over the world pauses to review its batallions, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 29 April 1915

PaR« Two. ilHlf PLAGE YOUR MONEY WHERE It will be safe, and where It will bring you sure return. You m«y need It later on. Four per cent, on Saving Deposits. Citizens Bank j& Trust Company Corner Wetmore and Hewitt Avenues . . . Everett, Wmh. Paints,' Glass, Windows, Doors, Rooting and Building Paper .You etui buy from us at wholesale prices—Olvo us a (rial H. A. ENGELBRECHT CO. 2718 Hewitt Avenue . Kverett, Washington FRESH CHURNED BUTTER, FRESH RANCH EGGS AND FULL CREAM CHEESE ALWAYB ON HAND , Watch for our Wednesday and Saturday Special*. MEADOWMOORE DAIRY STORE , 1918 Hewitt Avenue ... . .. Everett, Washington AMERICAN DYE WORKS S. ROBINSON A SON, f£\£tf2\ 2«21 Wetmore jflfcS&\ LEADING CLEANERS AND coJ i Wot more J^Bc^VWtfC\ Phones 248 DYERS ' C. M. STEELE GROCERY A CONFECTIONERY Stock always fresh. Least Possi ble price. PACIFIC AND GRAND f ——— , FOR HIGH GRADE WATCHES See o A. J. MOHN 1416 HEWITT AVENUE —— > D. KAMERMAN EVERETT'S RELIABLE JEWELER 1616 Hewitt Avenue ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 29 April 1915

Thursday, April :'!>. 1118. BACHELDER & CORNEIL Better Clothes For Men and Boys THE VVONDEK MERCANTILE CO. Up-to-Oate Clothlnp, Store, Established 16 years. Hewitt and Hoyt. S. YEO A SON, Props. PETER HUSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Room 216 Stokes Bldg. 1616' , Hewitt Avenue Union Made Shoes —AT— MURRY SHOE CO. 1715 Hewitt. Sunset 1141 Always go to o C. PETERSON Oldest and most reliable shoe re pair shop in the city. 2921 Wetmore Aye. Next to People's Theatre. RILEY-COOLEY SHOE CO. 1712 Hewitt Avenue, Everett. An economical place to trade: MODEL SAMPLE No More—s2.so—No Lest SHOE COMPANY FOR MEN FOR WOMEN The Upatalrt Shoe Shop that Saves You Dollars How do we do It? Small ex penses, low rent, no clerkt to pay FOBES BUILDING Room 18 Next door to Star Theatre 1806-08 Hewitt Aye. UPSTAIRS Closing Out Our Entire Stock Wall Paper and Paints Great Reduction in Prices S. D. CLARK 2820 Rockefeller. Everett, Wn. WEBSTER'S NEW STANDARD DICTIONARY ILLUSTRATED AND INDEXED Price $1.75; Postage 15 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 29 April 1915

The Washington Socialist I :Kntcrod as second class matter March '.'. mi, at the posiottlce at Bverott, Washington, under the net of March ISM. jINpKPKNDBNT PHONG 478-8 j' Published every Thursday by the Press Committee of the Socialist Pur l.v of Snohomtsh Co.. 1612 Cnltfornlu St. K\ei-cil. Washington. Maynard Shipley ............, .Cditer H. W. Watts ..... Business Manager Yearly subscriptions, f 1.00; six months, 60c; three months, '.We; sin Kfc> copies 5 cents '. "~~~~"~~~~~ ~~^ ~~~- ,- ■■■ ■ :'■■'■• ■ "../■ ■■;■-:. ■-.■■>. ■ PAMPERED SONS OF UNIONISMASHERS CRIB THEIR ANSWERS The habit of stealing, or cribbing, or buytiiK answers to examination qu.s tions is becoming so common among the pampered sons of the union smash in* class, it has become necessary to "police-" the state university during examination periods to prevent this despicable practice. The inclination to get something they have not earn ed is the natural result of their capi taiistie training, In their homes,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 13 May 1915

5c per Copy. $1.00 per Mr, MAKING WAGE SLAVES MORE EFFICIENT By A W. CALHOUN. Wo used to believe that under cap italism the wages of labor tended to hover around the level of mere physi cal subsistence and propagation. This theory was fatally defective for tho reason that the desideratum under capitalism is not merely a quota of ever growing efficiency. So we may revise the "iron law of wages" (which by the way, Marx expressly repudi ated) Into this form: Under capital ism, wages approximate tho amount that is necessary to maintain the pres ent generation to the desired level of efficiency, and to rear the succeeding generation to the desired (probably higher) level of efficiency. It may safely be said, therefore, that the nor mal tendency of enlightened capital ism is to Improve absolutely the con dition of labor, Inasmuch as such im provement is a form of more intense cultivation imposed upon the capital ist by the necessity of meeting world competition. It pays the capitalist to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 13 May 1915

Patronize YOUR Advertisers! | PLAGE YOUR MONEY 1 WHERE ':. ■* P j* It will be safe, and where It will bring you iure return A' g You may need It later on. |^ Four per cant, on Saving Depoilta. '$. I ' '• j Oittzens Dank & Trust Company J Corner Wetmore and Hewitt Avenues '^ . r-. • Everett, Wash. i ——^■Milium — i 11 Paints, Glass, Windows, Doors, Roofing and Building Paper You can buy from us at wholesale prices -dive us a trial ill H. A. ENGEbBRECHT CO. 2TIS Hewitt Avenue Everett. Washington (( ' ft FRESH CHURNED BUTTER, FRESH RANCH EGOS AND FULL CREAM CHEESE ALWAYS ON HAND Watch for our Wednesday and Saturday Specials. MEADOWMOORE DAIRY STORE 1918 Hewitt Avenue . . .. . . . Everett, Washington J AMERICAN 13YE WORKS S. ROBINSON A SON, /Xl/?Va\ ;\* .;: 2821 Wetm°re JeR, leading CLEANERS AND Phones 248 >*9x^ DYERS C. M. STEELE M GROCERY & CONFECTIONERY Stock always fresh. Least Possi ble price. PACIFIC AND GRAND ;j ; '3 '— . . — ' i , FOR HIGH GRADE WATCHES See -o A. J. MO...

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