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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 13 April 1916

Pajjo Four The Northwest Worker Kntervd n ■ second class matter March !>. 1911, at the postoffice at Everett, Washington, under the act of March I, II INIV IMIONK 47SZ Published ever) Thuisday by the Press Committee of the Socialiftt Purt] of Snohomish County, 1612 Cali forma St.. Everett, Wash. 11. \\ w \ its Editoi and Mai \ early subscription. $1; si\ months, Mcj three months, 86c J Single copies. .' cents. "WE" RESHiN WILL TOUR STATE IN INTEREST OF PAPER For several months past the man agement of the Northwest Worker has been planning to put ■ speaker in the field for the purpose of building: up * the subscription list of the paper to the highest possible point. After hav ing virtually completed arrangements with two different speakers, in suc cession, conditions arose in both in- | stances which prevented them from fulfilling their agreements. Still the necessity for putting out a speaker remained, and after due consideration the manager and the editor decided that the latte...

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. — 20 April 1916

NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OK THE SOCIALIST PARTY Oh' SNOIIOMISII \ND STEVENS COUNTIES 6c per copy ; $1 .00 per year. WALSH DAMNS WATER GRABS Knormous Incomes Are Based on Unnatural Possession of Re sources, He Declares WASHINGTON, D. o.— An enor mous grub at the public wealth has re cently been made by big corporations with the help of the United States Senate. The Shields' water power bill, which has passed the Senate and is now in the House of Representatives of Congress, is the worst attempt to get the natural resources of the people into private hands that has been pulled off in years. The bill will give away all the walci power of all the navigable rivers of the United States. "Vigorous and unrelenting prosecu tion to regain all land, water power and mineral right! secured from the government by fraud" was recom mended by the main, or Manly, report of the Commission on Industrial Re lations. "The enormous incomes and inherit ances that imperil our republic and the enormou...

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. — 20 April 1916

Pnpc Two Combination Offer! We will send The Northwest Worker to your address for one yew and . nj of the following papers or magazines for mh' j sar fort he price quoted: THE NORTHWEST WORKER and Pearson's Magazine $1.60 International Socialist Review 1.60 Appeal to Reason 1.10 American Socialist 1.10 National Kip-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 ami any one of the other papers for one year tor $1.70. THE EYES OF THE WORLD Are Directed Toward Chiropractic Not Medicine—Not Surgery Not Osteopathy A. LEE LEWIS REGISTERED CHIROPRACTOR 307-S Colby Building Everett. Wash. Pastime Amusement Parlors For Good Times Wetmore and Hewitt Ayes. DRIESSLEIN & BECKER BOOTS AND SHOES An Economical Place to Trade MODEL SAMPLE SHOE CO. No — 12.50— Less For Men For Women ■ The Upstairs Shoe Shop that Saves You Dollars. How do we do it? ismall expenses, low rent, no clerks ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 20 April 1916

Thui-Ml:iy. April .'v. i;) \ ,; Bachelder & Cornell BETTER CLOTHES Por Men and Boys THE WONDER MERCANTILE CO. I p-to-Datc Ctothing Store „. „ BatabMahed it; Years HEWITT \M> HOYT s. YEO » S(»N. Prop* PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER —AT— THE NORMAN SUIT HOUSE MINn CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY Cards will l)f btMrted in tins col umn for Urn sum of fifty c«l)U a month. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE SECRE TARY^ Walter .'.Laufersick, 803 West Madison St., Chicago, 111. STATE SECRETARY OF WASHING TON.— L. E. Katterfield, Box 491, Kverett, Wash. Office 314 Com , Dim Blds-i Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNTY SKCKi;- TAKY.— Ulonsku, Room 3, The Forum, 1612 California Street, Ev erett, Wash. LOCAL EVERETT, No. 1 meets every Thursday •vemng at s in the Forum, 1012 California St., Everett, k. H. Hodgins, fin-sec; Sophus Bonui \ie, rec-sec; F. G. Crosby, organ uer. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun day evening at f\ in Eagles' hall, Edmonds. C. E. Briggs, Edmonds, recording sec; B. H. Davis, Ed monds...

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

Pkm Four The Northwest Worker Entered as second class mattei March ;>, 1911) at the poatoffice at Everett, Washington, undei iii<- act ol March ft, 1879 [ND. PHONK Published every Hiursdaj by the Preea Committee of the Socialist Tarty of Snohomish County, IBIS *'ali forma St.. l'.\eictt. Wash. M. W. \n ATl's Editoi and Mai l'lc-s i omm'ittee Peter llu-by. \\ U Carman, Carl Ulonska, C. P Moi rison, H. W. Watts. Mailing Stall Tillie Koeder. IVlla Bngstrom, Katharine H. Hodgtns, Miss King. Yearly subscription, $1; six months, ,«0c; three months, 25c; single Copies, 5 cents. SOME STEAL . A big daylight robbery took place in Everett the other day, which, in the ordinary course of events would have been featured in big streamers on the front page* of our dailies, but this particular event was heralded in the columns M a very pleasing affair. We refer to the "hold-up" on the purchasing of the water system. It was nothing else than a hold-up, to pay $995,000 for a lot of old junk that...

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. — 27 April 1916

— T£H]E NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY Ol SNOHOMISII AND STEVENS COUNTIEH 5c iht ropy ; $1.00 per year. SECURITY LEAGUE DODGES SOCIALISM lh'ilinos Debate With Kirkpat rick for Fear of Fvralahtiig Kun for Audionco BUTTS, William Cutts, secretary of the National Security league, has refused to accept the challenge of George K. Kirkpatrick, candidate of the Socialist party for vice president of the United States, to debate the subject of preparedness. In a letter addressed to Albert V. Meissner, secretary of the Montana Socialist party, Cutta declares that the National Security league is not com mitted to any military program, "in volving either the regular army or thi state militia in strike dlttUrbailCU or any other purpose, other than national defense." For his own part, I'utis believes the militia should be augmented, rcorgN ized as a defense reserve, restrained from participation in inteivine or do mestic troubles ami made a part of the federal army. If thi...

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. — 27 April 1916

Pape Two Combination Offer! We will send The Northwest Worker to your address for one year and any of the following papers or m&gailnea for one year fort ho price quoted: THE NORTHWEST WORKER and Pearson's Magazine $1.60 International Socialist Review 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 $1.70. THE EYES OF THE WORLD Are Directed Toward Chiropractic Not Medicine Not Surgery Not Osteopathy A. LEE LEWIS REGISTERED CHIROPRACTOR 307-8 Colby Building Everett, Wash. Pastime Amusement Parlors For Good Times Wetmore and Hewitt Ayes. DRIESSLEIN & BECKER BOOTS AND SHOES An Economical Place to Trade MODEL SAMPLE SHOE CO. No More— §2.50—N0 Less For Men For Women The Upstairs Shoe Shop that Saves You Dollars. How do we do it? Small expenses, low rent, no c...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 27 April 1916

Thursday. April 'J7, I'.Hti. Hachelder & Comeil BETTER CLOTHES For Men and Hoys THE WONDER MERCANTILE CO. I'p-10-DnU- (lothinn Store ~,,., , . BatabUahed 16 Years ■BWITT AND BOYT 8. YEO * SON, Prop* PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER —AT— THE NORMAN SUIT HOUSE MF.Vs CLOTHIBHB BXCLUBIVELI SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY Cards will be inserted in this col umn for the sum of fifty Mnta ■ month. NATIONAL BMCUTIVI SF.CRK TARY.— Walter Lunfersiek, MM West Madison St., Chicago, 111. STATE SECRETARY OF WASHING TON.—L. E. Katterfield, Box 491, Everett, Wash. Office 814 Com merce Bldg., Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNTY SKCRK TARY.—CarI Ulonska, Room 3, The Forum, 1612 California Street, Ev erett, Wash. LOCAL EVERETT, No. 1 meets every Thursday evening at 8 in the Forum, 1612 California St., Everett. K. H. Hodgins, fin-sec; Sophus Bonni vie, rec.-sec.; F. G. Crosby, organ izer. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun day evening at 8, in Eagles' hall, Edmonds. C. E. Briggs, Edmonds, recording sec; B. H. Davis, Ed monds, ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 27 April 1916

Pane Four Tho Northwest Worker Entered as second-daw utattai March 9. I.MI, at the postoffice at Everett, Washington, under the act of March :;. 1878. INO. PHONE its/, Published e\c;\ Thursday by 'he Tie-- Committee the Socialist Pai t> of Snohomii h County, i ol~ Call fornia St.. Everett, Wash. H. w. WATTS Editor and Manager Tress Committee Peter Husby, W l . Carman, Carl Ulonska, c. I. itoi rieon, H. w. Watts. Mailin*; BUfi TUMI Koeder, Dell* Bngatrom, Catherine ii. Hodgins, Miss king. Yearly subscription. $1; six months, 60c; three months, 16c; single copies. .> cents, MAY-DAY May-Day is now accepted by the slaves of capital as an occasion upon which they can celebrate the growing solidarity of labor. It may seem futile to some to cele brate International Labor Pay when shot and shell is screaming over the fields of two continents and blotting out the lives of workers, but we must remember that the workers have been fooled into this slaughter an d that it is our duty to con...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 11 May 1916

NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF SNOHOMISH AND STEVENS COUNTIES fie pel «ihw; $1.00 per year. PETER COLLINS IS CORNERED GETS HiS IN EVERETT AND IN SEATTLE Socialist Editor Gels Hearing Before the nights of Columbus Slipper] Pete's Audience Cheers As Shipley Slate-. Socialist Princi ples and Demands When Peter (Ananias) Collins un dertook to show "What's Wrong With the World" before an Everett audi •ace, under auspices of the knights of Columbus, ho found thai copies of the Northwest Worker had been distrib uted at the door, ami 00 the front page, in large headlines, was the le gend, "Peter Collins in the Pillory." Then followed a challenge to slippery Pete to go to Terra Haute, the home of Eugene V. Debs, and repeat the lies he has been circulating about this fer vent champion of the workers. The challenge is made over the signature of Theodore Debs, who says, "1 will give him five hundred dollars if he will come to Terre Haute where the facts are known and ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 11 May 1916

Page Two National Gas Range Week May 8 to 13 This week is National Gas Range Week. Every Cas Range dealer will offer special reductions on gas ranges for iiiis event. See the exhibits nowdecide what style range you want and have the dealer make reservation for you. The latest and most up-to-date gas ranges are on ex hibit. It will pay you to look over the displays at one or more of the dealers named below whether you are now us- Ing a gas range or not. The science of cooking has developed rapidly in the past few years and the dealers have some interesting liter ature for distribution. These are the dealers co-operating: PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Everett. EVERETT DEPARTMENT STORE, Everett. EVERETT GAS CO.. Everett, Snohomish, Monroe. THEDINGA HARDWARE CO., Monroe. Pastime Amusement Parlors For Good Times Wetmore and Hewitt Ayes. DRIESSLEIN & BECKER DYERS & CLEANERS Suits Cleaned and Pressed for $1.00 r^ Guarantee Good Work NEW YORK TAILOR • 1114 Vz Hewitt Aye. H& AMERICAN *^%...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 11 May 1916

Thursday, May 11 1916. Bachelder & Cornell BETTER CLOTHES For Men and Hoys THE WONDER MERCANTILE CO. Up-to-Date Clothing Store Ksiahliithvd 16 Years HEWITT AM) IIOYT i S. vfo A SON, Props. PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER —AT— THE NORMAN SUIT HOUSE MEN'S CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY ' Cards will be inserted m this col umn for the sum of fifty cents a month. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE SECRE TARY.—WaIter l.anforsiek, 803 West Madison St., Chicago, 111. STATE SECRETARY OP WASHING TON.— L. K. Katterfield, Box 491, Everett, Wash. Office 314 Com merce Bldg., Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNTY SECRE TARY.—CarI Ulonska, Room 3, The Forum, 1612 California Street, Ev erett, Wash. LOCAL EVERETT, No. 1 meet.-- every Thursday evening at 8 in the Forum, 1612 California St., Everett. K. H. Hodgins, fin-sec; Sophus Bonni vie, rec-sec; F. G. Crosby, organ izer. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun day evening at 8, in Eagles' hall, Edmonds. C. E. Briggs, Edmonds, recording sec; B. H. Davis, Ed monds, financ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 11 May 1916

Page Four The Northwest Worker Entered as second-class matter March '.'. 1911, at the postoffice at Everett, Washington, under the act of March 3, IS7O. i\i> PHONE 4787, Published every Thursday by the Press Committee of the Socialist Party of Snohomish County, 161. Cali fornia St., Everett, Wash. 11. W. WATTS ...Editor and Manager Press Committee— Peter Husby. W. L Carman. Carl I'lonska, C. P. Mor risen, 11. W. Watts. Mailing Staff—Tillie Boeder, Delia Bngstrom, Katharine 11. llodgins, Miss King. Yearly subscription, $1; six months, 10c; three months, _.'»e; single copies, .* cents. <UU^U£jg£p> MAY THE 21ST That is the day the Snohomish County Socialist campaign opens. That is the day that all red card mem bers of the party are asked to be in attendance at the mass meeting to be held in The Forum in Everett. That is the day when the Socialists of this county will inaugurate what will be the biggest campaign ever waged in Snohomish county. We want to see every rebel in at t...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 18 May 1916

___L W _^%w V^ 8* If II M H wsam^ iiF% fcp^ im| _^*^ •■".to W.^ yi ■■% fe^_l 4b ■■ B____9r __l 11-fSwl m _»___»' Ularesef 111 n_Pra__r _■ MBgP lifl __K___f __mß__r NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF SNOHOMISH AND STEVENS COUNTIES 5c per copy ; $1.00 per year. FIFTEEN REBELS SHOT BY BRITISH Fifteen rebels who took part in the Irish revolt have been court-martialed and shot by the British military au thorities in Ireland. Among these was James Connolly, well known So cialist editor and lecturer. Nineteen others were sentenced to death, but the sentence was commut ed to penal servitude. On three oth ers prison terms were imposed. Two were acquitted. Clemency for James Connolly was asked in a cablegram sent Sunday to Premier Asquith by officials of the Chicago Federation of Labor. INTERNATIONAL BUREAU TO MEET The first meeting since the begin ning of the war of the International Socialist Bureau will be held at The Hague on June 26, according to plans announced in...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 18 May 1916

Page Two THE SOCIALIST PARTY TICKET For President ALLAN 1.. BENSON enter Li E. KATTERFIELD Lieutenant Governor KATHERINE H. HODGINS Senator BRUCE ROGERS Congressmen First District E. B. TRYON Second District R. J. OLINGER Third District W. E. FERGUSON Fourth District WALTER PRICE Fifth District JOHN M. POWERS Secretary of State JAMES GRANT • - • I • * • -■: - n State Treasurer MARY STEVENSON Pastime Amusement Parlors For Good Times Wetmore and Hewitt Ayes. DRIESSLEIN & BECKER ■ . BOOTS AND SHOES , . >. An Economical Place to Trade MODEL SAMPLE SHOE CO. No More §2.50—N0 Less For Men For Women The Upstaiis Shoe Shop that Saves You Dollars. How do we do it? small expenses, low rent, no clerks to pay. FOBES BUILDING, ROOM 18 Next Door to Star Theatre 1806-1808 Hewitt Aye. UPSTAIRS i ) '• :■ r ' Union Made Shoes at MURRAY SHOE CO. 1715 Hewitt Sunset 1141 ■ — / OUR SHOES ARE BETTER^ FISHER, the Shoeman Fifteen Years in Everett Cor. Hewitt and Wetmore ) JEWELERS ~ , D. KAMERMAN ] D....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 18 May 1916

Tluils.hy, May 18. 1916. Bachelder & Cornell BETTER CLOTHES For Men and Hoys THE WONDER MERCANTILE CO. Up-toDate Clothing Store i.,... ...,.., .... Established 16 Years HEW ITT AND HOYT S. YEO & son. Props. PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER —AT— THE NORMAN SUIT HOUSE MEN'S CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY Cards will be inserted in this col umn for the sum of fifty cents a month. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE SECRE TARY'.—WaIter ..Lanfersiek, MS West Madison St., Chicago, 111. STATE SECRETARY OF WASHING TON.—L. E. Katterfield, Box 491, Everett, Wash. Office 314 Com merce Bldg., Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNTY SECRE TARY'.—CarI Ulonska, Room 3, The Forum, 1612 California Street, Ev erett, Wash. LOCAL EVERETT, No. 1 meets every Thursday evening at 8 in the Forum, 1612 California St., Everett. K. 11. Hodgins, fin-sec; Sophus Bonni vie, rec-sec; F. G. Crosby, organ izer. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun day evening at 8, in Eagles' hall, Edmonds. C. E. Briggs, Edmonds, recording sec; B. H. Da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 18 May 1916

Page Four The Northwest Worker •: Entered as second-class matter < March 9, 1911, nt the post office nt j Everett. Washington, under the act of , March 3, IS,'.'. < IND. PRONE ITU '. Pub died every Thursday by the ', Press Committee of the Socialist i Party of Snohomish County, ;12 Call- J 9 fornia St., Everett, Wash." ! H. W WATTS....Editor and Manager J Press Committee Peter Husby, W. ] L. Carman, Carl Ulonska, C. P. Mor- i risen, H. W. Watts. ; ►;, Mailing Staff Tillio Koeder, Delia '. Kngstrom. Katherme 11. llodgins. Miss J King. '. Yearly subscription, $1; six months, J 50c; three months, '_\>c; single copies, j 5 cents. • uvljugSgyiiiu J NEARING THE END j Never was the productive power of '. human labor so great as at present. J Never was it such an easy matter to 1 provide ample of the necessaries of 3 life to satisfy the material needs of '. all than now. Never in all the world's ' j history did I master class live in j greater idleness and luxury than those j of to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 25 May 1916

NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF SNOHOMISH AND STEVENS COUNTIES 6c per copy; $1.00 per mi*. L. E. KATTERFELD, SOCIALIST PARTY CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR Lectures in The Forum on Memorial Day, Tuesday, May 30th, at 8 p. m. Subject: "The Dawn of Plenty." Admission Free. LABOR MUST UNITE TO SAVE YOUNG, SAYS SCOTT NEARING Children Cannot Be Protected From Poverty or Exploitation of Capital Until Workers Re solve to Be True to Their Own Interests "The first thing that labor must do is to resolve to be true to its crowd, to resolve that it will not tolerate pov erty, exploitation, the killing of its babies, but will make common cause against its exploiters. "The next thing that labor must do is to secure representation in the edu cational institutions of the country, to see that the schools tench the truth and not lies. When the worker can say what his children shall be taught he is in a position to do what he will. to establish in the United States the essentials of ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 25 May 1916

Page Two THE SOCIALIST PARTY TICKET For President ALLAN L. BENSON Governor 1.. K. KATTKRFIELI) Lieutenant Governor {CATHERINE H. HODGINS Senator BRUCE ROGERS Congressmen First Hist riot E. H. TRYON Second District R.J. OLINGER Third District W. E. FERGUSON Fourth District WALTER PRICE Fifth District JOHN M. POWERS Secretory of state JAMES GRANT _'■•"* '•-'■_ state Treasurer MARY STEVENSON Pastime Amusement Parlors For Good Times Wetmore and Hewitt Ayes. \ DRIESSLEIN & BECKER BOOTS AND SHOES , ' -\ An Economical Place to Trade MODEL SAMPLE SHOE CO. No More—§2.so —No Less For Men For Women The Upstairs Shoe Shop that Saves You Dollars. How do we do it? small expenses, low rent, no clerks to pay. FOBES BUILDING, ROOM 18 Next Door to Star Theatre 1806-1808 Hewitt Aye. UPSTAIRS - —— Union Made Shoes at MURRAY SHOE CO. 1715 Hewitt Sunset 1141 , / OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shoeman Fifteen Years in Everett Cor. Hewitt and Wetmore JEWELERS " D. KAMERMAN Everett's Reliable Jeweler ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 25 May 1916

Thursday. May •_>;,, mill. ■ Bachelder & Corneil BETTER CLOTHES Tor Men and Hoys --~-~-*-«-~-nmreßnM«_i__WßnMnam M g na Maaa B |v THE WONDER CO. 1 I to-Pale Clothing Store § ..„...,_ _, Established 16 Years 1 ill-win ANDHOYT s. YEO & SON. Props. 1 PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER AT— THE NORMAN SUIT HOUSE MEN'S CLOTHIERS EXCLUSIVELY SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY Cards will be inserted in this col umn for the sum of fifty cents a month. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE SECRE TARY.— Walter Lanfersiek, 808 West Madison St., Chicago, 111. STATE SECRETARY OF WASHING TON.— Emil Herman, Box 491, Everett, Wash. Office 314 Com merce Bldg., Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNTY SECRE TARY.—W. .1. Moody, Monro*, Wash. LOCAL EVERETT, No. l meets ever) Thursday evening at 8 in the Forum, 1012 California St., Everett. K. 11. Hodgins, fin-sec; Sophus Bonni vie, rec.-sec; V. G. Crosby, organ izer. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun day evening at S, in Eagles' hall, Edmonds. C. E. Briggs, Edmonds, recording sec; B. H. Davis, Ed ...

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