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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 28 May 1914

Thuradßy, M«j 28, 191 I Patronize Washington Socialist Advertisers mu\ tell them about it. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ : Special on White Blue Balmaccan k E Coats, $12.50 for $7.75 E •*> BIG BARGAINS IN PANAMA HATS I t > |Z> UNION MADE MEN'S SUITS m» WORTH $20.00- CUT TO $5.90 9» SPECIAL PRICES FOR FRIDAY " TODAYS STYLES TODAY 1812 HEWITT i * TRADE AT THE OLD RELIABLE CREDIT HOUSE $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ j BACHELDBR.® CORNEIL Better Clotkes lor Men and Hoys PREMIER "NON-PUNCTURE AUTO TIRES Guaranteed 7,500 Miles Service These tires bear the- greatest known . mileage guarantee, yet are sold at a price even less than tires of ordinary I guarantee. This guarantee covers punctures, blow-outs and general wear. i Guarantee covers 7,500 miles service ■ against everything except abuse. These tires are intended for most se-1 vere service. Orders have been received for these tires for use in United States Govern ment Service. \% As a SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY; offer, we wi...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 28 May 1914

Pneo Six THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST formerly IHI «. ("I'IUMU U 111 Entered as ■eoood-elMi matt** March 9, 1911, nt the poatoffica at Kv«Tt(< Washington, under the not of March 3. 1879. [ND -PMOXK i.- Published ov'cry Thursday by the Washington Socialist Publish ing Co., 1612 California Street, jflverott, Washington. Mnynnrd Shipley - Editor and Manager * Advertising Manager: V. <i. Crosby. ••' Mailing Force: Tillie Boeder, Martha McCornuok, Gertrude Cort, | Kimiiii Spink, I Yearly subscription ». — 11.00 1 Six months —»— ••" Three months •-• ] Single copies 1 --- ■«•] WORKERS NOT ROBBED BY HIGH COST OF LIVING. The average wage-earner is not hurt by the high cost of living, but by the competition for jobs, there being more " willing workers always than the capi talist system can employ. Hut the, limit of competition for jobs on the basis of a living wage and none can work long for less than the cost of self-maintenance —is set by the aver age cost of living. The wage scale follow...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 4 June 1914

!ST2ie fflßF3L222iixigi®ii Socialist • ""fr * , FOR SOCIALIST NEWS AND PROPAGANDA. } ,v yer UOpy, $l.lHl jut yonr.. "Fails To Answer The Critics" SAD PLIGHT OF THE EVEN ING HERALD. Emll Seidel's Talk on the Socialist Administration Worries Retain ers of Capitalists. Tho capitalist lyvtMD is Np!«t« with contradictions. It is full of paradoxi cal situations. AH intelligent men and women know that capitalism lias served its pur pose; that it is no longer either desir able or practicable It drives oven good men ami good women into hail w.i\s. sad straits. Perhaps no one suffers more from the inherent evils of moribund capitalism than the edi tors of our dally papers, each of which is but the mouth-piece of some politico- MOBOMIQ organization, or (if some am bitious individual. Now conies the Bnolag Herald to bear witness to the fnmgolin asser tions In its reportorial columns of Way 29, it gives a very fair and inter esting account of ex-Mayor Sidel's talk on his Milwaukee administration...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 4 June 1914

I'nirr Two K^j^j^^fl^ Oreen 6. A. H. si.imp-. with £th{{\ ifiK\^TjSSkV TRUNKS- LADIES' HAND J3wJ^!»W iINVIB^O UACIS MATTING SUIT GASES pSBjj^^JBJS«Vi AND REPAIRING, AT |l»nl)* *amv^ EVERETT TRUNK FACTORY The Best Prophet of the Future Is the Past Many a man has lost a good opportunity because ho was not able fin ancially to grasp It—lnsure the opportunities which the future holds In store for you by opening a savings account at once—Snvo and watt. . AOf INTEREST PAID rh/O on savings CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO, M. L. GREENSTEIN. Manager Both Phones 96f NEW YORK SUPPLY CO. DEALERS IN CLOAKS. SUITS. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. ETC.—CASH OR CREDIT—ISO 4 HEWITT AVENUE. EVERETT, WASH. NOTICE!!! HAVE YOU SIGNED THE 8 HOUR PETITION AND THE -SEVEN SISTERS?" IF NOT, DO SO AT ONCE PETITIONS MAY BE SIGNED AT 1905 HEWITT AYE. The Wonder Mercantile Co. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ESTABLISHED 1S YEARS Hewitt and Hoyt S. Yeo & Son, Props. AMERICAN DYE WORKS S. ROBUCSON & SOU AfebJmi LIADIMG CLEANERS A...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 4 June 1914

Thursday, .tun.- I, I'M 1 Patronize Washington Socialist Advertisers and tell them about it. $ $ $ $ $ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ W SPECIAL ON WHITE AND BLUE BALMACCAN COATS Z \\ $12.50 FOR I $7.75 : «■ LADIES' $20.00 rt Ac " suits . |5.95 Z *> 810 BARGAINS IN PANAMA BATS '" «* UNION MADE MEN'S SUITS <£ •»■ % SPECIAL PRICES FOR FRIDAY <« * r TODAYS STYLES TODAY^^ ' ~"*~~~ 1812 HEWITT TRADE AT THE OLD RELIABLE CREDIT HOUSE •J $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ B ACHELDER (& CORNEIL Better Clotkes for Men and Boys PREMIER "NON-PUNCTURE AUTO TIRES Guaranteed 7,500 Miles Service These tires bear the greatest known mileage guarantee, yet are sold at a ' price even less than tires of ordinary guarantee. This guarantee covers punctures, blow-out» and general wear. Guarantee covers 7,500 miles service against everything except abuse.' These tires are intended for most se- j vere service. Orders have been received for these tires for use In United States Govern ment Service. As a ...

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. — 4 June 1914

THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST formerly nil CO>I>W\UI:AI.TH Entered at taoond olaga matter March 0, 1011, at the poatoffice at Everett Washington, tinder the act of March 8, 187O> INI). I'HON'K 47SZ Published every Thursday by the Press Committee of the Social ist Party of Snohomish County. .; ; Maynard Shipley Editor and Manager Advertising Manager! F. «i. Crosby. Mailing Force: Tillio Roeder, Martha McCormick, Gertrude Cort, Yearly subscription $1.00 Six mouths ..'ill Three, months ', M Single copies .05 THE LESSON OF THE MINI MUM WAGE LAW FOR WOMEN. That "immorality" is an Inevitable > coMoquence of Inadequate wages; that orinae ami prostitution are the natural results or poverty ami ignor name, are truisms. No one of any consequence would undertake to dis prove such ObvlOtta CaOtS. We assume that no one who is not a monster of selfishness would gladly see the wom anhood and girlhood of this state slav ing their livi s away !>>r the employing class at less than a tiri...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 11 June 1914

The Washington Socialist I FOR SOCIALIST NEWS AND PROPAGANDA >■• pt>r Copy, $1.00 por \v:ir Mother Jones Wins All Hearts and Heads in Everett. GRAND OLD WOMAN OF THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION THRILLS VAST AUDIENCE IN PEOPLE'S THEATER. NIONISTS AND SOCIALISTS GREET REVOLUTIONARY UT TERANCES OF AGED ORATOR WITH THUNDEROUS APPLAUSE. "Mother Jones." When the history of our times is "written, "Mother Jones" will loom large and beautiful, clear-cut, distinct, on the background of- the Past. We ■who hear her wondrous voice today, •r read of her service to the causo of labor, are too near to realize fully the grandeur of her personality, the -depths and heights of'her oratory, the essential nobility of her life and ■work. We whose privilege it was to re ceive her thrilling message, to be moved and exalted by her" brave words and magnetic personality, will ■over forget the evening of Wednes day. June 3rd, 1914. * In strong, simple language "Mother Jones" related the tragic story of the Col...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 11 June 1914

Fa go Two. B & jfiL^TTiijUia Green 6. AH. Stamp* with i ftiflli I\t li /(t^W\ TRUNKS, LADIES' HAND 1 ftSlll© (!iw BAQSI MATTINCI SUIT CASES P ESSwj^TRmuW/ 1 AND REPAIRING, AT B EVERETT TRUNK FACTORY The Best Prophet of the Future Is the Past Many a man tins lost a good opportunity because he was not able fin ancially to |rra*p It —Insure the opportunities which the future holds in (tor* for you by opening a savings account at —Save and wait. A Qf INTEREST PAID Ht/O ON SAVINGS CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO. M. L. GREENSTEIN, Manager Both Phones 961 NEW YORK SUPPLY CO. DEALERS IN CLOAKS, SUITS, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC.—CASH OR CREDIT—ISO 4 HEWITT AVENUE, EVERETT, WASH. f JARVIS& JACKSON 1 J CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS IN ALL STAPLE AND FANCY SIZES J ; WE BLEND TOBACCO TO SUIT YOUR TASTE J J 1617 HEWITT AYE. EVERETT, WASH. J , Independent 36 i The Wonder Mercantile Co. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS Hewitt and Hoyt S. Yeo & Son, Propi. AMERICAN DYE WORKS 6. ROBIHSON it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 11 June 1914

Thi;i-v,l;i>. June 11. 1914 Patronize Washington Socialist Advertisers and tell them about it. | $ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Special on Petticoats, Up to» § $3.50 at $1.85, All Colors I ~AJ* ' ladies' Hats at half price ami lower. <n ** '• ladies' Summer Suits, all colors, from $18 to $20 (M) for *» Z $7.05. *• Special prices on Men's Suits, Union Made <* Trade %i this More where they carry both linen for «am ** m and women. " **> m TODAYS STYLES TODAY 1812 HEWITT TRADE AT THE OLD RELIABLE CREDIT HOUSE $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ ; BACHELDER <& CORNEIL Better Clothes ; for Men and Boys PREMIER "NON- PUNCTURE AUTO TIRES Guaranteed 7,500 Miles Service These tires bear the greatest known1' mileage guarantee, yet are sold at a frice even less than tires of ordinary ' guarantee. This guarantee covers punctures, blow-outs and general wear. Guarantee covers 7,500 miles service < •gainst everything except abuse.. These tires are intended for most se- Tere ser...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 11 June 1914

Page Pour, THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST Formerly THE CO*t»IO,VH7r.4/.rW Entered as seeond-clasi matter March 1), 1911, tit tin* poatoffioe at Everett, Washington, mi.lor the net of March 3. 1S7!». i INIV PHONE ITS/ . ■ Published every Thursday by the I*rcss Committed of tin* Social ist Party of Bnohoniih County. ~ .1 —-~-1 Maynnrd Shipley ! Editor and Manager Advertising Manager) K. (i. Crosby. Mailing Pores; Tillie Boeder, Martini McCormick, Gertrude Cort. Yearly subscription $1.00 { Six months -_- -_ - .— —— - .501 Three months - .2(5! Single copies - - .05 j " ' ~™ r "."'' ■ ' ' HOW REFORM LAWS WORK IN PRACTICE STORES USE MINIMUM WAGE LAW TO REDUCE WAGES OF GIRLS. In latt weeks IfiiiiiH editorial it was pointed out thai while It is true that we must maVe every effort to alleviate the evils of capitalism so long as the system lasts, shortening the Work day. enacting minimum wage laws, and whatever other reforms can bo effected in the interest of the work ers, the fact nevertheless rem...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 18 June 1914

The Washington. Socialist , FOR SOCIALIST NEWS AND PROPAGANDA. ,»c per copy, |1.00 per jretr. PARTY OF THE WORKING CLASS BEGINS CITY ELECTION CAMPAIGN WITH ENTHUSIASM RUNNING HIGH, HAVE ENTERED TO Wl Strong Candidates Named At Big Mass Meeting Last Sunday Evening FRANS BOSTROM Our Next Commissioner of Public Works. Comrade Frans Bostrom. who re cently refused the nomination for a third return to office as state secre tary of the Socialist party, was the convention's choice for commissioner of public works. Comrade Bostrom is eminently qualified to take control of the office for which he was nominat ed, and when elected by the working class of Kverett he will serve &em ■with zeal and ability. He will be| backed by the unanimous support of, th« Socialists of this city and also by j all citizens whose interests are identi fied with the wage-workers of Everett. PURE WATER FOR EVERETT A WORKING-CLASS NEED. Sccialist Commissioners Would Work for a City-Owned Water Plant— Could Not Be ...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 18 June 1914

Page Two. V -fTJ|iii_ ' Green 6. A H. Stamps with /fr/nKj4i/fflW\ TRUNKS, LADIES HAND MiN/TOmM if IH^BMI3. MATTING SUIT OASES JMiilfflß AND REPAIRING, AT WPIMi ) EVERETT TRUNK FACTORY % _ \\f '2815 Rockefeller ——-^ """■■————■ The Best Prophet of the Future Is the Past HMany a man has lost a good opportunity because ho.was'not able fin ancially to grasp it—lnsure the opportunities which tho future holds In store for you by opening a savings account at onco—Save and wait. A nf INTEREST PAID £±/0 ON SAVINGS CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO. " I ; f —; __ ♦♦ ♦»♦»♦»•»»»••»»»♦»♦♦»♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦•♦»•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ \\ M. L. GREENSTEIN, Manager Doth Phones 961 <« i NEW YORK SUPPLY CO.. i o DEALERS IN CLOAKS, SUITS. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC.—CASH <; \\ . OR CREDIT— ISO 4 HEWITT AVENUE, EVERETT, WASH. ~ * ■»♦»<►♦>>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ » ♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦<' F JARVIS& JACKSON 1 5 CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS IN ALL STAPLE AND FANCY SIZES , ' WE BLEND TOBACCO TO SUIT YOUR TASTE J ' 1617 HEWITT AYE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 18 June 1914

Tiun-v.iat, ,lmie IS. I'M I Patronize Washington Socialist Advertisers and tell them about it. FORCED SALE!! By order of the committee appointed by Mr. Meier, pro prietor of this store, after a meetinjy we came to the final de cision that all accumulations for the last tight years in this establishment must bo sold out at any cost. If you are not a particular dresser according to style and want pood tailored clothes tor very little money, in fact, for less than the cost of the labor, not figuring the cloth, lining and trimming, tort is an opportunity of a lifetime for the most humble people to be well dressed at those prices. THIS SALE WILL INCLUDE OUR UPTODATE GOODS AS WELL AS THOSE THAT WE WON'T CARRY OVER ANY LONGER. A REMINDER 'I'll.- Blue sky law of the State of Washington is very strict . in regard to advertising an\ --toe]; of goodl at prieei that can't : produced, ia a felony and the penalty is a caah fine and a jail sentence, one or both. We can assure \»m that the pro prie...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 18 June 1914

P|P« Four. THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST formerly THY KII'MIMII t / TH _____ Entered «u> second-class matter March n, 1911, nt the postofflce at Everett, Washington, under the net of March ;>. 1879 j INI). I'llON'K ITS/ -I Published every Thursday bj the I'ross Committee of the Social ist Party of Snohomish County. '. —— Mayn;ir,i Shipley - Editor and Manager Advertising Manager: P. Q. Crosby. Mailing Force: Tillie Roeder, Martha MoCormicfc, Uertrude Port., Yearly subscription .—- $' -j)^ Six months •;^ l Three months •'-? i Single copies ±- — •^<l j DANGER AHEAD FOR BIG BUSINESS. One of the greatest beneficiaries of organised capital, Mr. Rockefeller, has taken the ground that labor shall not t organise. To enforce his views In this ( respect he has exercised sovereign , r | powers. He has exiled a whole com- , munity. Re has employed armed forces, j For his benefit the civil law , has been suspended. As an auxiliary , to his own troops, the state militia has been employed as I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 2 July 1914

The Washington Socialist ,"v p«r OOPJT, $UMI pw year "The Cause Combated For Is Yours, The Efforts To Win It Ought Therefore To Be Yours." Masters See Defeat Ahead For Their Candidates OWNING CLASS ON THE RUN ! PROBABILITY OF SOCIALIST "VICTORY ACKNOWLEDGED Capitalist Minded Candidates to Be Reduced From Twenty to Four! "Citizens" League" Formed to Oppose Working-Class Administration of City 1* Affairs. [Tin1 "news" below is quoted ver batim from the Morning Tribune, iir order that our readers may see for themselves that the capitalist class of Kvorett is fully aware of the fact that the Socialist candidates, Frans Bo*> trom (for commissioner of finance!. and J, M. Salter (for commissioner of public works), are due to win not only in the primary election, July 28th, but in the final show-down two weeks later. The people Of Everett are more than weary of corporation-control of the city, and they realize that the only way that they can be sure of electing commissioners who will be ...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 2 July 1914

Pam Tv\i V 3^._ift3>t»_ Green A. A H. Stamps with ftuU^Vn^ /il'lSk TRUNKS- LADIES1 HAND I ml©H\liiw bags> matting suit cases IMOT^S^^M AND REPAIRINQ, AT IgsSPsffll^ ) PUFRFTT mm F . PTnRY \ v ~',. mi/ tVtntll IHUniv rAUiUni \ . _ ' y 2815 Rockefeller The Best Prophet of the Future Is the Past ! Many • m»n has lost :i (joo«1 opportunity baOMUM hs WM not kbit fl"- Many ft man has lost a good opportunity because ho was not able fin ancially to grasp It—lnsure the opportunities which the future holds in store for you by opening a savings account at once—Save anil wait. j | 0 INTEREST PAID 4t/0 ON SAVINGS CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO. ROSE THEATRE "EVERETT'S LIVE WIRE" ALWAYS THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN JARVIS & JACKSON ! J CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS IN ALL STAPLE AND FANCY SIZES J • WE BLEND TOBACCO TO SUIT YOUR TASTE \ 5 1617 HEWITT AYE. EVERETT, WASH. \ J Independent 36 * I GEM DYE WORKS i I The most modern equipped plant in Snokoraish county. Ladles' or 8 I gents' suits cleaned and pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 2 July 1914

Thunder, Juh 2, VUi Patronize Washington Socialist Advertisers and tell them about it. STEM IS TO BLAME. I am a soldier, it)led by you as ■ "paid murderer," forced by hunger to enlist and would gladly change my I position with that of ■« sewer cleaner tf 1 had my choice. Most Of the so-' railed "paid murderers*! enlisted under he same circumstances, they had no hole*. It was enlist or starve. They irould be glad Of an opportunity to be ■onift honest worklngmen. Aw they I j o blame or Is it the system?—A Sol-J \iter. Fort . The system of course, the private ownership of th« means Of life Which makes slaves of those who own noth- ' Ing but their labor power. And back ' Of this the fault lies with the millions j of workers who support the system with ther votes. True, no Individual! worker Is responsible, but the workers collectively are responsible for their present condition. All wars are waged to directly or Indirectly support the : profit system. Standing armies are maintained sole...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 2 July 1914

Pago Four. THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST Formerly THf. COHMONWCALTH I ■■tjrvjd as second-class matter March 9, 1 11, at the. ptwtofflce at Everett, Washington, under the act of March 3. 187!) INI). PHONE 478Z . ! Published every Thursday by tlio Press Committee of the Social ist Tarty of Snohomish County. Maynard Shipley Editor ami Manager Advertising Manager: V. (1. Crosby. Mailing Force: Tillio Rbeder, Martha MoCormiok, Gertrude Cort. Yearly subscription , —.SI.OO Six months - - -— •"'" Three months .88 j Single copies __-_—_„_«___——————_—— —-— .05 MOVING PICTURE CENSOR SHIP ENDANGERS FREE DOM OF EXPRESSION. Frre Picture House as Important as Free Press. Tho bill to establish a federal cen- BOrahll o\er SMTiag pictures is more fSjßgetOM than would bo v bill eslub lishins a censorship of the press. Of ficials of the government OOUM'WOTk in darkness, and suppress .ill films such as Sinclair's 'The Jungle," now doing such excellent educationnl work for the proletarian class. Naturally the...

Publication Title: Washington Socialist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 30 July 1914

The Washington Socialist j sfl per OOPJ, $1.00 por year. I The Two Socialist Candidates will be on the Final Ballot—lssue is Clear! Working-class Rule 1 Versus Special Privilege—Which Do You Prefer? Bostrom and Salter Represent the Interests of the Workers of Everett. REMEMBER, WORKERS, TO VOTE FOR YOUR CANDIDATES CAPACITY HOUSE GREETS COMRADE KATE SADLER NOTED WOMAN ORATOR EN THUSES AUDIENCE WITH ELOQUENT APPEAL FOR REVOLT WORKERS MUST USE BALLOT FOR ECONOMIC FREEDOM OR PERISH MISERABLY Salter and Bostrom Greeted With Prolonged Cheers. The largest and most enthusiastic audience gathered during the present campaign greeted the noted working class orator, Mrs. Kate Sadler, of So attic, when she stepped upon the plat form last Sunday evening, at Socialist! headquarters, 1612 California street, ', to address the voters of Everett. Mrs. Sadler did not lay much stress on what two Socialist commissioners ■could do for Everett, but rather em phasized the fact that the capture of the two of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington socialist. — 30 July 1914

r«oe Twc ■ J^^^SBfc^ Green A. A H. Stamps with i^SflffTlllStTO^. TRUNKS, LADIES' HAND iMlfA^^lwv'l^V BAGS> MATTING SUIT CASES MjJL*r^^^asb^T AND REPAIRING, AT HHP»BpS^ EVERETT TRUNK FACTORY •♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦»»♦♦»♦♦♦♦»»♦♦»♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ «: THE ICE CREAM SEASON I \ ! Is now on. We make U>e best.Wo also carry everything In the ~ J ; v dairy lino at reasonablo prices. I »• Meadow moor Dairy, 1916 Hewitt ♦ ", !»»»»♦♦»#»♦♦♦♦♦♦»»»•»»»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•»»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»♦♦»♦»♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦ : The.Carpenter and the Rich Man ;. ' V_. By BOUCK WHITE ! ', Tho constructive sequel to his much discussed book, "Tho Call of" , . the Carpenter." , I ] The Carpenter and tho HtcV Man, price — $ 1." 5 ] i The Metropolitan Magailne for five months .75 . Postage -1° ' ! :: Total - - --.- — 12.10 :: • i The two for the next 30 days prepaid for $1.50 i i ' ' Read the Metropolitan —There Is Something Good In It >■' | I LIBERAL NEWS AND BOOK EXCHANGE '■ ' WHOLESALE...

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