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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 25 May 1916

rage Four The Northwest Worker i -_■ \m Entered as second-class matter March 9. I.i i, nt the postoffice at Everett, Washington, under the act of .March 3, 1878, IND, phone 478Z Published every Thursday by the Press Committee of the * Socialist Party of Snohomish Co inly. 1612 Cali fornia St.. Everett, Wash. 4 IL W. WATTS.... Editor and Manager Press Committee—Peter Husby. W. L. Carman, Carl Ulonska, (". P. Mor iiM.ii, 11. W. Watts. Mailing Staff—Tillio Boeder, Delia Engstrom, (Catherine 11. Hodgins, Miss King. early subscription, $1; six months. 50c; three months, $sc; single copies, & cents. tT*o__if' sNu^ > THE CONVENTION Another milestone in the history of the Socialist movement of Snohomish county has been passed. The convention held Sunday was not quite as representative as it might have been, owing mainly to the bad weather, but every order of business went off without a hitch. Some of the old war-horses declined nominations, thinking it best to let some new heads in o...

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. — 1 June 1916

NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF SNOHOMISH AND STEVENS COUNTIES 6c per copy; $1.00 per mi*. U.S. MINIMUM PAY IS SET AT $3 A DAY Hill for Living Pay Urged on the House by Committee After Investigation WASHINGTON Three dollars ■ day is the lowest wage that should be paid for any kind of labor in the Unit ed States, according to the house com mittee on labor. At the present time more than ISO,. 000 government employes receive loss than $•' a day. To give them a wage of nt least that amount the committee Thursday reported to the house the Nolan bill providing for a minimum wage of $3 a day for all government departments. The hill was introduced in the house by Nolan nt the suggestion of the American Federation of Labor, of which he is a former official The federation sent representatives before the committee to prove that a wage of $3 is the least a family can expect to live on at the present time. BIG BIZ KNOCKS MINIMUM WAGE Manufacturers Call the Proposal "Soc...

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. — 1 June 1916

Fngo Two PLATFORM Socialist Party of Snohomish County We, the Socialist Party of Snohomish County, affirm our allegiance to, and support of, the principles and program of the revolutionary working; class. Labor, applied to natural resources, produced all wealth. Tho pres ent economic system is based upon capitalist ownership of the means "of production, consequently, all the products of labor belong to the capitalist class. The capitalist is therefore master; the worker a slave. So long as the capitalist class remains in possession of the reins of government all the powers of the State will be used to protect and defend its property rights in the moans of wealth production and its control of the product of labor. The capitalist system gives to the capitalist an swelling stream of profits, and to the worker, an over-increasing measure of misery and degradation. The interest of the working class lies in setting itself free from capitalist exploitation by the abolition of the wage syst...

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. — 1 June 1916

miii'sim.i. rang i, |ii|^; ' ' Bachelder & Cornell BETTER CLOTHES For Men and Roys THE WONDER MERCANTILE CO. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ~,.„,,....... ..V Established 16 Years HEWITT WDiiovr 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, ..803 West Madison si., Chicago, 111. STATE SECRETARY OF W ASHING* TON.— Emil Herman, Box 491, Everett, Wash. Office 314 Coin ■ ' merce Bldg., Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNTY SECRE TARY.— W. J. Moody, Monroe, Wash. LOCAL EVERE'IT, No. 1 meets every Thursday evening at 8 in the Forum, lt>l2 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. 11. Davis, Ed monds, financial sec LOCAL...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 1 June 1916

—a—-— The Northwest Worker Entered as second matter March »,. It'll, nt the postofl'ico at Everett, Washington, under tho act of March 3, 1879. IN iv PHONE I7U Published every Thursday by the Press Committee of. the Socialist Party of Snohomish County, 1612 Cali fornia St.. Everett, Wash. H. W. WATTS....Editor and Manager Press Committee Peter Husby, W. L. Carman, Carl I'lonska. C. P. Mor rison, 11. W. Watts. Mailing Staff—Tillio Boeder, Delia Engstrom, Katharine H. Hodgins. Miss King. Yearly subscription, $1; six months, 50c; three months, :'.v; single copies. 6 cents. . _g»W»-s ' .'V '. ■* ' ■" ' THE OPEN SHOP The directors of the Everett Com mercial Club have declared in favor of an open shop. This was brought about because of the strike of shingle weavers The Commercial Club therefore is | in favor of low wages It is in favor I of bad working conditions. It is in favor of child labor. It is in favor of the blacklist. It is in favor of beat ing the workers up with clubs It is in ...

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. — 8 June 1916

NORTHWEST WORKER \J^HL 1 fl WW En*4»9 § WW v^#ink w\ ezli% OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY OK SNOHOMISH AND STEVENS COUNTIES 5c per copy; $1.00 per year. UNION TO OPEN COMMISSARIES Cloak Strikers Will Be Given Food at Eight Central Dis tribution Centers Eight commissary stores will be put in operation by the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union end the Joint Hoard of the Clonk and Skirt Makers' Union to provide food for the 100,000 New York men, women and children affected through tho lockout by the Cloak, Suit and Skirt Manufac turers' Protective Association. The employers have declared their deter mination to starve the workers into submission, so the commissary stores will be an important factor in the un ion's fight. President Benjamin Sohlesinger, of tho International Un ion, said that the commissary centers "will act as a direct reply to the star vation policy which is back of the em ployers' lockout, and will give the strikers all the necessities of a live lihoo...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 8 June 1916

Page Two PLATFORM Socialist Party of Snohomish County Wo, the Socialist Party of Snohomish County, affirm out allegiance ; to, and support of, the principle* and program of the revolutionary • working class. : Labor, applied to natural resources, produced all wealth. The pros- : ent economic system is based upon capitalist ownership of the means • of production, consequently! all the products of labor belong to the ; capitalist class. The capitalist is therefore master; the worker a • slave. So long a> the capitalist class remains in possession of the roue of government all the powers of the State will be used to protect and ; defend its property rights in the means of wealth production and its • Control of the product of labor. : The capitalist system gives to the capitalist an ever-swelling stream of profits, anil to the worker, an ever-increasing measure of miser] ; and degradation. ; The interest of the working class lies in setting itself free from capitalist exploitation by...

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. — 8 June 1916

Thursday, .hint' S. 1916. Bachelder & Cornell BETTER CLOTHES For Men and Boys THE WONDER MERCANTILE CO. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ii run- Established Hi Years HEW PIT A I) HOI I S. VBO & SON. Prop-. 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 Lnnfersiek, Mi;! 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. J. Moody, Monroe, Wash.- LOCAL EVERETT, No. 1 meets every Thursday evening at 8 in the Forum, 161- 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. Davis, Ed monds, financial sec LOCAL MONROE meets on the Ist a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 8 June 1916

r.tgo Four The Northwest Worker Entered as second-class matter March 9, 1911, nt the post office nt Everett, Washington, under tho net of March 3, 1879. IND. PHONE ITtt Published every Thursday by the Press Committee of the Socialist Party of Snohomish County, 1819 Cali forma St., Everett, Wash. H. W. WATTS....Editor and Manager Press Committee —Peter Husby, W. L. Carman, Carl Ulonska, c. P. Mor rison, H. W. Watts. Mailing Staff—Tillio Koeder, Holla Engstrom, Katharine H. Hodgins, Miss King. Yearly subscription, $1; six months, 50c; throe months, 25c; single copies, 5 cents. WHO LOSES? The Everett Commercial Club en dorsed the open shop resolution of its directors and now organised labor has thrown down the gauntlet. Wo do not believe that the Everett merchants voted for the resolution because the noise of the ayes came from just one corner of the room and there seemed to be some bark in the noise. Naturally the merchants were chicken-hearted. All the bankers were there and these me...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 24 August 1916

m% _S TT LJ mJtf EIT €3 Hir m/ADIc K_rE3l NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF SNOHOMISH AND STEVENS COUNTIES 5c per copy ; $1.00 per year. ADMITS HE LURED 3000 YOUNG GIRLS TO VICE RESORTS New York Man Says Victims Came Mostly Fran Poor Families Using well dressed young men as his agents, Yuse Botwin, confessed "king of the New York white slave trust," lured 3,000 school trills from their homes into dens of vice in 10 years, he told Asst. Dist. Attorney Smith, who made the confession pub lic recently. Many of his victims were only Hi years old, Botwin said. They came generally from poor families. Started With Candy Hot win's agents loitered around schoolhouscs and flirted. Then came gifts of candy, auto rides and finally a trip to a Broadway resort, winding up with a night in a hotel. Then the girls were induced to write notes to their mothers, saying they had eloped. They were then taken to a nearby city, kept there a few weeks, then brought back to New York an...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 24 August 1916

PfeM Two A Gas Range is Ideal For Preserving It is lime now to put up your plum, apple and grape jam ami to preserve your pears, and other fall fruits ami vegetables. Only on a Gas Range can you get the slow, dependable, simmering heat so necessary for perfect preserves. Your fire is steady requires absolutely no attention. Call at any dealers ami inspect the new Ranges or telephone 279 ami let us help you select the Range for your re quirements. Everett Gas Company 2931 Colby Aye. Pastime Amusement Parlors For Good Times Wetmore and Hewitt Ayes. DRIESSLEIN & BECKER PAINTS & GLASS E. WEBER & SONS Successors to S. D. Clarke DEALERS IN WALL PAPER AND PAINTS Ind. 179Y Cor. Hewitt & Norton Sun. 213 BOOTS AND SHOES ( 1 \ An Economical Place to Trade MODEL SAMPLE SHOE CO. No More—s2.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 so pay. FOBES BUILDING, ROOM 18 Next Door to Star Theatre • 180...

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

Thursday, August 24. IfJlg. Bachelder & Corneil BETTER CLOTHES For Men and Boys THE WONDER MERCANTILE CO. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ..,,..,..„ .... ~ Established It; Years MIAMI AND IIOYT S. YKO & SON. Props. PAY LESS AM) 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.— Adolph Germer, 803 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. J. Moody, Monroe, Wash. LOCAL EVERETT, No. 1 meets every Thursday evening at 8 in the Forum, 1612 California St., Everett. K. H. Hodgins, fin.-sec; Peter Husby, rec.-sec; C. P. Morrison, organizer. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun day evening at 8, in Eagles' hall, Edmonds. C. E. Briggs, Edmonds, recording sec; B. H. Davis, Ed monds, financial sec. LOCAL MONROE meets on the I...

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

Page Four The Northwest Worker Filtered OS second-class matter March '.', 1011, nt the post office nt Everett', Washington, under, tho net of March 3. 1879 INK. PHONE 1782 Published every Thursday by the Press Committee of the Socialist Tarty of Snohomish County, 1618 Cali fornia St.. Everett, Wash. H. W. WATTS Editor and Manager Press Committee Prior Husby, W. U Carman, a. E, Holmberg, C. F. Mor rison, H. W. Watts. Mailing Staff—Tillio Rooder, Kath arine H. Hodgins. Yearly subscription, $1; six months, Me; three months, 2,^-; single copies, ■ r > cents. ' ■"''._,-:._' i' v MORE TROUBLE Since writing the front page article dealing with the trouble in Everett, Ye Editor with L'_ men and two wom en, have had a night's sojourn in the Everett city jail. It so happened that two weeks ago an I. W. W. was arrested for speak ing on the street and ordered out of the city. Two days afterwards an other 1. W. W. came into town and opened ■ book store and the police notified him that they wer...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 7 September 1916

NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY OK SNOIIOMIKH AND STUYKNS COUNTIKS 5c per i'opy ; $1.00 per y«\ir. THINGS DOING IN THE FIFTH DIS TRICT OF INDIANA By MAYNARD SHIPLEY (Associate Campaign Manager, Fifth Congressional Pis), of Indiana) Comrade Debs is off to Colorado for a little rest prior to his great cam paign to capture the Fifth Congres sional District of Indiana for Social ism. 'Gene will make a great cam paign personally, but you may rest assure.! that ■he : will not make it a I personal ■'Worvinif tin**" control of the government versus cap italist^class control of the govern ment", this, I gather from conversa tions with Comrade Debs, will be the main issue that he will bring before the wealth-producers of his district. The questions of war and "Prepared ness" will, of course, come in for their share of the general discussion. Meanwhile a great deal of prelim ., mary work is being done by competent speakers and organizers. The campaign mangers have dis co...

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. — 7 September 1916

Pngp Two Pastime Amusement Parlors For Good Times Wetmore and Hewitt A vet. DRIKSSLEIN & HKCKKIt PAINTS & GLASS E. WEBER & SONS SurroHHorH to S. I). Clarke DEALERS IN WALL PAPER AND PAINTS Ind. 17HY Cor. Hewitt & Norton Sun. 2i;s BOOTS AND SHOES An Economical Place to Trade MODEL SAMPLE SHOE CO. iNo More—s2.so—No Less For Men For Women The Upstairs Shoe Shop that Saves You Dollars. How do we do it? bmall expenses, low rent, no clerks to pay. FOBES BUILDING, ROOM 18 Next Door to Star Theatre 1806-1808 Hewitt Aye. UPSTAIRS OUR SHOES ARE BETTER^ FISHER, the Shoeman Fifteen Years in Everett Cor. Hewitt and Wetmore JEWELERS D. KAMERMAN Everett's Reliable Jeweler 1616 HEWITT AYE. Ind. 227Y Sunset 500 j "~~ A. J. MOHN ~1 JEWELER Waltham. Elgin and Hamilton Watches. Phone Ind. 118 X 1416 Hewitt Aye. Robt. E. Andersen, Prop. DENTISTS DENTISTS DR. ELVERA WESTBERG DR. VICTOR WESTBERG Office in Walsh Bldg., over Lowman's PHONE IND. 1253 DRUGGISTS ° CITY DRUG STORE 1910 HEWITT AY...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 7 September 1916

Thin-Mlny. SophMnU'r 7, <;)](;. SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY Cards will lie inserted in this ool umn for th<> sum of fifty Mntf n month. NATION EXECUTIVE SECRE TARY.—AdoIph Germor, 803 West Madison St., Chicago, 111. STATE SECRETARY OF WASHING TON.— Kmil Herman, Box 491, Kvcrott, Wash. Office 314 Com merce Uldg., Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNTY SECRE TARY.—W. J. Moody, Monroe, Wash. LOCAL EVEUKTT. No. I meets every Thursday evening at 8 in the Forum, 1612 California St., Everett. K. 11. Hodgins, fin.-sec; Peter Husliy, roc-sec.; C. P. Morrison, organizer. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun day evening at 8, in Eagles' hall, Edmonds. Walter Recce, Edmonds, recording dec.; B. H. Davis, Ed monds, financial sec. LOCAL MONROE meets on the Ist and 3rd Fridays in the month at 8 p. m. in the St. James hotel. R. W. Thompson, Monroe, sec.; W. S. Kel ler, Monroe, organizer. LOCAL CEDAR VALLEY, meets on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays in the month at 8 p. m. in the Cedar Val ley church. Richard Pape, R. F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 7 September 1916

Paare Four The Northwest Worker Entered as second class natter Mnreh \\ 1911, nt the post office at Kvcrett, Washington, under the net of Mtmh 3. 157>.1. IND. PHONE 478Z Puhh.ihcd every Thursday b> the Press Committee of the Socialist Pmty of Bnohomith County. 1&1 I tali fornia St.. I verett. Wnsh." H. W. WATTS Kditor and Manager Prosa Committee IVtcr Husby, W 1.. Carman. A. K. Holmberg, C. P. Mor nson. H. W. Watts. Mailing Staff TflHt Koeder, Kath erine 11. Hodgms. Yearly subscription, $1; six months 50c; three months, 2f>c; single copies .r' cents. THIS IS 01 X YEAR This is our year. Most everybody is talklttg about the Socialist party. Some are for and some are strenuous ly opposed but it is a good sign to even have them talking about the So cialists. Our numbers are increasing to such an extent that we can M longer be ignored. In the state of Washington the So cialists will more than hold their own with the old party politicians. We arc going to poll a surprisingly ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 14 September 1916

NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE socialist PART) oi HNOHOMISH AND STEVENS COUNTIES Be ptf copy ; $1.00 pw yoar. GREATER THAN THE'RED SPECIAL' By J. 1.. Engdahl. The National Socialist l ¥arty has something greater for this year's campaign than the great "Rod Special" of 18081 You guessed it—THE BENSON CAMPAIGN LEAFLETS. There will be ten of these leaflets, one each week for ten weeks. The first leaflet was distributed Sunday, August 27th; the second leaflet, Sun day, September 3rd, and the third leaflet will be distributed on Sunday, September 10th, and so on to the end of the campaign. When this was being written one million of "No. 1" had been sent out; one million three hundred thousand of "No. 2"; while plans were being made for getting out one million five hundred thousand of "No. 3." Addi tional orders were still being received in every mail for "No. 1" and "No. 2." Since the supply of these two leaflets has already been exhausted the or ders for them will be transferred...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 14 September 1916

Pan Two Pastime Amusement Parlors For Good Times Wetmore and Hewitt Ayes. DRIESSLEIM A BICKER PAINTS & GLASS K. WEBER & SONS Successors to S. 1). I'lnrke DBALBRB IN WALL PAPER AM) PAINTS Ind. 179Y lor. Hewitt & Norton Sun. 213 BOOTS AND SHOES r \ An Economical Place to Trade MODEL SAMPLE SHOE CO. No More— $2.50—N0 Less For Men For omen 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 V J _ | OUR SHOES ARE BETTER^! FISHER, the Shoeman Fifteen Years in Everett Cor. Hewitt and Wet more JEWELERS D. KAMERMAN j Everett's Reliable Jeweler 1616 HEWITT AYE. Ind. 227 V ... • Sunset 500 - ) A. J. MOHN H JEWELER Waltham, Elgin and Hamilton Watches. Phone Ind. 118 X 1416 Hewitt Aye. Robt. E. Andersen, Prop. . / DENTISTS DENTISTS DR. ELVERA WESTBERG DR. VICTOR WESTBERG Office in Walsh Bldg., over Lowman's PHONE IND. 1253 DRUGGISTS " r \ CITY DRUG ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 14 September 1916

Thursday. Sopl.-iuluT 11, |jH>» SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY Cards will bt Inwrtad ii\ this .ol unm for Urn miiii of I'tl'u cents a month, NATIONAL EXECUTIVE SECRE TARY. Atlolph Conner. 803 West Madison St.. Chicago, HI. STATE SECRETARY OK WASHING TON.— Bail Herman, Box 491, Everett, Wash. Offico 814 Com merce Hldjj.. Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNT! SECRE TART.— J. Moody, Monroe Wash. LOCAL EVERETT, No. l yioeta every Thursday evening at S in the Forum, 1611 California St., Everett. K. H. Kodgiita, fin.-sec; Peter Hu'sby, rec-soc; C. P. Morrison, organiier. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun day evening at 8, In Eagles' hall, Edmonds. Walter Koece. Edmonds, recording sec; B. H. Davis, Ed monds, financial sec. LOCAL MONROE meets on the Ist and 3rd Fridays in the month at 8 p. m. in the St. James hotel. K. W. Thompson, Monroe, sec; W. S. Kel ler, Monroe, organizer. LOCAL CEDAR VALLEY, meets on the 2nd and 4th Saturday:* in the month at 8 p. m. in the Cedar Val ley church. Richard Tape, K. P. D. ...

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