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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 5 August 1915

5c per copy, $1.00 per your. THE PROPOSED MUNICIPAL WATER AND POWER PLANT STONE-WEBSTER INTERESTS ARE OPPOSED TO CITY'S BUILDING OF ; NEW WATER SYSTEM The Stone-Webster ; Interests who have been fattening off the earnings of hundreds of 'thousands of Henry Dubbs In this "happy hunting grounds',' of powerful corporations, known as the State of -Washington, are opposed to ■ the construction,: by the people of Everett, of a new and adequate water and power system. '' Naturally. Also naturally, they do not wish to sell their own dirty-water system to, the city. They are satisfied with con ditions just as they are. And they ought to i;be, .considering the easy money and E-Z-Marks they have had to deal with up to now. The Morning Tribune , shamelessly j comes out against the interests of the citizens of. Everett by "putting over" the kind of dope :on this proposed municipal water and power. • system that the predatory- interests are will ing to pay for, in one way or another. One would li...

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. — 5 August 1915

At '* i F Pnijft Two Place Your Money I I WHERE 1 It will bo safe, and where it will bring you sure |B returns. fl You may need it later on. ■ Four per cent, on Saving Deposits. ■ Citizens Bank <& Trust Company I Cor. Wetmore and Hewitt H Paints, Glass, Window, Doors Roofing and Building Paper You can buy from us at wholesale prices. Give us a trial. H. A. ENGELBRECHT CO. 2007 Hewitt Avenue. Everett, Wash. iI \ '■' .'» ■■■ ■ 'A^7'. ■ '-AA '. , ■ _-*,-».*_-»-_'%-_.-*-*'_>--.*-.-_.--.---_,*.-_.-_-►,--.*- -a -a ~a ~» FRESH CHURNED BUTTER, FRESH RANCH EGGS AND . FULL CREAM CHEESE ALWAYS ON HAND. Watch for our Wednesday and Saturday specials. MEADOWMOORE DAIRY STORE, 1918 Hewitt Avenue AMERICAN DYE WORKS a, BOBIKSOIf * ton S' -'+ ' ' CLEANERS AlfTt LXADIHG CLEAKBBS AND Mil Wetmor. H_-i-K-> DTK-IS ;.. ' y ':;"'.,;?v T:7 '»;. a ,\'I '■ 7- w '. :■/.-'"_".■ 'f"J : .'-. ■'*.->. I C. M. STEELE I ♦ Grocery and Confectionery f x Stock always fresh. Least pos- $ ? *ZAA7 elble pric...

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. — 5 August 1915

Thursday, August ;>. 1915, BACHELDER^CORNEIL Better Clothes for Men and Boys ►♦♦♦♦♦♦#♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦o♦♦♦♦••♦♦ The Wonder Mercantile Co. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ESTABLISHED 11 YEARS Hewitt and Hoyt :\7ry:AAA:A7 S. Veo * Son, Props. !—»■—»■ ■■——---—»■■-ll I ■ III— —ll—■ II Mill— I ■■—■■HI 111 Sill II ■ »i— §(_x_k_k3o- (pa.Q. $?®m ©^©Qf'^Sli'F-.Offi)o9^ 1 Every Housewife or rWQn ( \_l Mother is ever under >^^JA*^a Wi that Nervous Strain.^- —"^^sEjK which so often results L_^B|gS in Headaches, Dizzy J§?l^Rv\ Sensations, Faintness, lOEfff^^V I Depression and other y ""'"jS Nervous Disorders. S__jF*\ Dr. Miles j badly run down. 1 *I 1> ¥T fVO "* had become greatly run down 11 __* MX V 11l L and mv nerves were in terrible *»»**» «_.-__- condition. I had frequent head aches and became very weak and - 11* ii v. ii was unable to do anything. I IS Highly Recommended bought a bottle of Dr. Miles' Nerv • .- inc. I soon began to feel better, m Su<*h _"_»_ a« HA* my...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 5 August 1915

. Page Four. The Northwest Worker Entered as second-class matter March 9, 1911, nt the postoffice at Everett, Washington, under the act I , of March 3, 18T9. INK PHONE IV Published every Thursday by the Press Committee of the Socialist Party of Snohomish County. 1612 Cali fornia St., Everett, Wash. Maynard Shipley, Editor. H. W. Watts, Business Manager. ■ * Yearly subscription. $1.00; six months, 50c; three months, 25c; single copies. fie. FORCED TO GO TO PICNIC Employes of the Western Electric company were forced to go to the an nual picnic or lose their jobs, accord- Ing to statements made by dozens of employes. The foremen of each de partment handles the tickets and as the picnic was a publicity scheme It behooved the foremen to make as good a showing In their department as possible. This could bo done In lots ,of cases by intimidation, hence we find that hundreds of the employes had to either go to the picnic, that re sulted In the loss of some 1300 lives, or lose their jobs. A ...

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. — 12 August 1915

in per copy, $1.00 per year. Right of Free Speech Denied the Workers ByEmil Herman In my experience as a Socialist pro pagandist and organizer, since the mid dle of March of this year, I have en countered four cities in Western Washington where freedom of speech and peaceable assemblage Is restrict ed or denied entirely. They are Port Townsend, Port An geles. Tacoma and Raymond. I will take them up In the order men tioned and give a brief outline of the situation in each place. In Port Townsend the use of the streets for public meetings Is not re-! stricted by ordinance, but by mob violence. For several years past, each time an open-air meeting has been ar ranged for, Sam McGee, dealer In wood and coal (who. by the way, has : economic power to the extent that he can 'go into the superior court of Jefferson county and abuse the judge j with unprintable ' language, without fear of being cited for contempt) has selected a dozen or so of hoodlums from among the soldiers at Fort Wor-1 de...

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. — 12 August 1915

.-; Page Two I Place Your Money I I WHERE I ■ It will be safe, and where it will bring you sure ■ ■ - returns.- X ■ You may need it later on. ■ ■ Four per cent, on Saving Deposits. ■ I Citizens Bank <& Trust Company I I Cor. Wetmore and Hewitt B J ■ . -■" ■:yr jl^__B I Paints, Glass, Window, Doors j Roofing and Building Paper ' You can buy from us at wholesale prices. Give us a trial. ' H. A. ENGELBRECHT CO. ' 2007 Hewitt Avenue. Everett, Wash. -^■■■■■■■■■_i_«_™-M_™-«-»_^-«-"_^-"«---i--«,, ~~~~~~~~,ii,,~~~~',~~~~~~~~~~", ~,~"~~~~~~~~—■ FRESH CHURNED BUTTER, FRESH RANCH EGGS AND FULL CREAM CHEESE ALWAYS ON HAND. Watch for our Wednesday and Saturday specials. MEADOWMOORE DAIRY STORE, 1918 Hewitt Avenue I; AMERICAN DYE WORKS 8. BOBIirSON * IOR IA_L,-__J\ LEADING CLEANERS AND ; •691 Wetmors Sg^i DTERS ■ Pkonss »48 *• " «_? *r^ i C. M. STEELE I § Grocery and Confectionery f X Stock always fresh. Least poa- • 77A slble prices '7A:\ |> $ PACIFIC AND GRAND f < .♦•••••••••••••ee...

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. — 12 August 1915

Thursday, August 12, 1916 :"-^'7a ;v v -:- -o BACHELDER® CORNEIL Better Clothes for Men and Boys I The Wonder Mercantile Co. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS : Hewitt and Hoyt 8. Yeo A Son, Props. ■'■ '-'■ '■'■■'■' ■■■ ';■■"■ ''■■;.. '.-.,..-.,■:-■ 1 I ©-fa^Qcaf) AG.© (bpaoQ. I I g____jj___g OG-Q [mm I Over-work, worry and ofy^f I the constant strain of a I'm*. . Vs. business life are often ///Sp^g a cause of much trouble. cs__-%^\Vflj \s 7! Dr. Miles' Nervine KB^iilfC/i is highly recommended J___^_^^^_^^k '; for all Nervous disor- ~ T -M m ; ders. It is particularly « pi* invaluable to business I nervous attacks, I .-. , x_ '"'" i _« ~-' * "* suffered with nervous at- WOmen. KegUlate yOUr tacks and headaches. Then my °- ---":.;*■ liver got out of order and it howel<s hv tisina seemed as though my whole LHJWCIS UV llMllg system was upset. I com . __\L_r< __L * ____'_ 1 ■'• menced using Dr. Miles' Nerv- DR. MILES in<> -nd also took Dr. Miles' • '"' --.-*-■- ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 12 August 1915

Pago Four. The Northwest Worker Entered as second-class matter March 9, 1911, at the postoffice nt Everett, Washington, under tho act of March 3, 1579. " IND. PHONE 47V/. Published every Thursday by the Press Committee of tho Socialist Party Of Snohomish County, 1612 ('till fornia St., Everett, Wash. Maynard Shipley, Editor. 11. W. Watts, Business Manager. '" Yearly subscription, $1,00; six months, 60c; three months. 25c; single copies. sc. AMERICA. By Anna Louise Strong I thank thee. Lord, that 1 am not As other nations are; No tyrannies my records blot Of emperor or czar, For speech to every one Is free Who doesn't disagree with me. I grant to Russia's cowering slave The boon of liberty; This Is the country of tho brave, The nation of the free. I need twelve hundred armed police To make paraders keep the peace. 1 know that Truth her rule attains That In the end discussion gains , By clash of mind on mind; :, By views of every kind. I grant full liberty of thought l If you will thi...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 19 August 1915

So per copy, $1.00 per year. Socialist Hypocrisy (By Frans Bostrom.) ; I have been told that at one of David Goldstein's lectures on "Socialism, the Nation of ; Fatherless Children," held at Vancouver, B. C, a certain comrade, in answer to Goldstein's challenge, got up on the platform and spoke some thing like this: "You have hoard Mr. Goldstein's eloquent attempt to prove us, the Socialists, a Godless bunch of freelovers. He had shown conclusive ly that we are hostile to religion. He has quoted Engels and Bebel and other great authorities to show our disre spect for Capitalistic morality and has | held lup for ( your inspection the pri vate life of many prominent Socialists, who put the philosophy of these great teachers,to .practical use. He now asks us what we have to say to this. In answer, let me ask Mr. Goldstein ' this question. 'Suppose that we plead guilty, what then? Are you ready sir, :• to debate with me on the ; subject of the existence of a God and an Immu table law of...

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. — 19 August 1915

fage Two I ■ ~" _H I _P I Place Your Money I I WHERE ■ ■ It will be safe, and where it will bring you sure ■ I returns. H ■I You may need it later on. ■ ■ Four per cent, on Saving Deposits. ■ I Citizens Bank <& Trust Company I H • H ■ Cor. Wetmore and Hewitt I ____^_^_^_^__^_^___^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^-^--^-^-^-^-^->^'^.^>^-'-— Paints, Glass, Window, Doors Roofing and Building Paper You can buy from us at wholesale prices. Give us a trial. H. A. ENGELBRECHT CO. 2007 Hewitt Avenue. Everett, Wash. .mm»*m»»m»»-.m-.»*m»%m»-.-.»-.-.»-.»-.»-.-.-.<-»»-.;_-«»-'->»-' -'*»»»' 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 AMERICAN DYE WORKS 8. ROBINSON A ■OH AKwjgA LEADING CLEANERS AND ■mil Wetmore . -SMKflB^ DYERS a P-enti »*8 i C. M. STEELE | I Grocery and Confectionery % X Stock always fresh. Least pos- $ § slble prices \ | PACIFIC AND GRAND % v & X .. ..-...

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. — 19 August 1915

Thursday. August 19. 1015. | BACHELDER &CORNEIL Better Clothes for Men and Boys I The Wonder Mercantile Co. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ESTABLISHED 1. YEARS Hewitt and Hoyt 8. Yeo * Bon, Prop*. G3(_fD(_&-fixi@° mm 3_i»°^ tor tedious work are very apt to result in Headaches or iSJ other Pains. Don't suffer, r— —— ■ DIZZY SPELLS. Dl^.. Mls-fJ-fO - "My nerves became all a wTf*f DA ¥TW DTI TO l worn out l had bad head- API II" A A-LH ill/JuO aches and NHH dizzy ;■«-.. '■-■''A'- " spoils. I could not sleep Will Quickly drive your and my appetite was poor. -.• m * '"■■'%■ I began using Dr. Miles' I Pain away, and Ann-rain _■___ and ■ they "" always gave me Instant re -1 Dr. Miles* Nervine ™% £__"_ 23 £ ! ... ... . _•____ Miles' Nervine regularly will assist you by relieving and was ma __ perfect the Nerve Strain. *sr?l young. IF FIRST BOX. OR BOTTLE, FAILS 32*'Pittsburg St., TO BENEFIT YOU, YOUR MONEY Newcastle, Fenn. WILL BE REFUNDED. ' > ". _ A Way to Prevent War '/ ■• By ALLAN...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 19 August 1915

TAgo Tom. The Northwest Worker Kntcr.nl a* second-class matter March 9. 1811, at tho poet office at Bverett. Washington, under the act of March s. 1879. _______ "wdTpHONB 478Z Published every Thursday by, the Press Committee of the Socialist Party of Snohomish County. 1612 Cali fornia St., Everett. Wa»h. ■ ~~ Maynard Shipley, Editor. H. W. Watte, Business Manager. Yearly subscription, $100; six months.' 60c: three months, 25c; single copies, Be. ' "* ' • ' . SOCIALIST PARTY AND MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP Astonishment is being expressed In some quarters that the Socialists of Everett are not making an issue •of the proposed municipal water and power plant. And we are not sur prised. In tho minds of most per sons, including a large percentage of Socialists themselves, municipal and state ownership of public utilities is the very essence of Socialism, the su preme aim and end of Socialist effort As a matter of fact, the real purpose of Socialism Is capture of the powers of government, municip...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 26 August 1915

sc, per copy, $1.00 per year. People of Everett Vote For Municipal Ownership ALL THREE PROPOSITIONS CARRY At. last the way is cleared for the purchase of the present water plant of Everett from the Stone-Webster octo- I pus, and the securing of an adequate ! supply of pure muontaln water from Sultan Basin for general use from c Sultan Basin for general use and the development of electrical power. JL More than 1,000 of those registered || failed to visit the polls, about 5,390 of 'a the 6,758 eligible casting ballots. The result was never In doubt from the time the returns from the first pre cinct counted were received. Of the 40 precincts in the city, only onethe 29th —returned a majority against all three propositions. Wheat, Wages — And You! (By Carl Ulonska) There is a lesson that is being ; taught by every wheat field—every ' wheat harvester and binder lesson ; that comes from all those sunlit fields : of ripening grain, that lesson is being taught to every working man and woman...

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. — 26 August 1915

Page Two I 1 I Place Your Money I I WHERE I ■ It will bo safe, and where it will bring you sure ■ H return?. H ■ You may need it later on.'^,; I ■ Four per cent, on Saving Deposits. ■ I Citizens Bank <& Trust Company I I Cor. Wetmore and Hewitt fl Paints, Glass, Window, Doors Roofing and Building Paper You can buy from us at wholesale prices. Give us a trial. H. A. ENGELBRECHT CO. 2007 Hewitt Avenue. Everett, Wash. FRESH CHURNED BUTTER, FRESH RANCH EGGS AND FULL CREAM CHEESE ALWAYS ON HAND. Watch for our Wednesday and Saturday specials. MEADOWMOORE DAIRY STORE, 1918 Hewitt Avenue '»""» -AMERICAN DYE WORKS a KOBnrsoM a so* _ftfy_a_\ i***l""o cuA-nuta aim ; Mil Wetmere $W «^ DTIM ;; CM. STEELE § < > Grocery and Confectionery % ', I Stock always fresh. Least poa- 9 " slhle prices J> I PACIFIC AND GRAND % < > •& < >""""' w","'""',"' r,r ■-■-■-■-■--« '~ For high grade Watches see X A. J. MOHN | ; ; 1418 HEWITT AYE. t < >_ --__? ,--.----...- ..« ; D. ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 26 August 1915

Thursday, August '.C>, 1915. BACHELDER® CORNEIL i Better Clothes for Men and Boys The Wonder Mercantile Co. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ESTABLISHED 11 YEARS Hewitt and Hoyt AMmr, 8. Yso A Bon, Props. |°°^foi?!_x-3_.®(p i3>Q-_Q3 aoG(_| \ The constant strain of = iljlaip^^ > -;|: factory work very often /^ 1 E' tJjirik results in Headaches, <i*j WTlm tI'HU Backaches and other <4__l p/^B^ Aches, and also weak- j^-r-r^S rtf *I*ll ens the Nerves. «sß3_Hf/ jT\_——. DR. MILES* " J_Wl« Jr* ANTI-PAIN PILLS ffiu^L will quickly relieve the Nerves, or Pain, while , . __ f , SEVERE PAIN. OT, Mile* .-; used t0 TO fter a great deal m _, Ml _ a ... .. __« with lumbago In my shoulders Heart Treatment ™* - *■ frien'l "iju7 d„ n'e « I » « _. 118 and l* m only too glad to IS VerY helpFUl When be able to attest to the relief V» ' . r * that * *°l from these splendid ; the Heart is overtaxed. p m £ lcl ™ d *«. £««• IF FIRST BOX, OR BOTTLE, claimed they will *<£,'_,_, FAILS TO BENEFIT YOU, ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 26 August 1915

Page fett. The Northwest Worker tt Catered as second-class matter March », 1911. at the poetofflce at Cereit. Washington, under the act of March 3, 1879. WTO. PHONIC 4787, Published every Thursday by the Prmm Committee of the Socialist Party of Snohomish County, 1612 Cali fornia St.. Kverett, Wash. _ Maynard Shipley. Kditor. .< H. W. Watts. Business Manager. Yearly subscription, .$100; six months. Sec; three months, 25c; single eoptee, So. A ROTTEN PLANK One reason why so many persons, both Inside and outside the Socialist Party, confuse municipal and state capitalism with Socialism is because the gentlemen who write our Nation al platforms are Socialist politicians first and political Socialists after wards They have their eyes focused on the ballot-box rather than on the class-struggle and the revolution. In Illustration, we quote the following gem from the platform of 1912: "The immediate acquirement by the municipalities, the states or the fed eral government of all grain ele...

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. — 2 September 1915

5c per copy. $1.00 per year. Shall We Suspend? ln a very short while we may be compelled to suspend publication. We are not telling you this because we want you to dig down In your pockets to keep the paper a going We are not telling you this thinking we will get your financial support In order to keep the paper on Its feet during the city election. Wo are telling you this because we have reached a critical stage in the publication of the paper. It is bad policy to talk of suspension, because we sometimes lose what sup port we are getting, as rats alwa\s run away from a sinking ship. But. there is nothing else for it. We must out with the truth or go under without anyone knowing why and without giv- ing anyone a chance to save the situa tion. In as few words as possible we will tell you what we are up against. We are losing $50 a month through lack of advertisers. We have done all in our power to keep the merchants with us and also to get new advertisers, but have met with defeat. M...

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. — 2 September 1915

Page Two Place Your Money WHEKE It will be safe, ami where it will bring you sure returns You may need it later on. Four per cent, on Saving Deposits. / Citizens Bank <& Trust Company Cor. Wetmore and Hewitt Paints, Glass, Window, Doors Roofing and Building Paper ■ You can buy from us at wholesale prices. Give us a trial. H. A. ENGELBREGHT CO. • 2007 Hewitt Avenue. Everett, Wash. FRESH CHURNED BUTTER, FRESH RANCH EGGS AND FULL CREAM CHEESE ALWAYS ON HAND. Watch for our Wednesday and Saturday specials. MEADOWMOORE DAIRY STORE, 1918 Hewitt Avenue AMERICAN DYE WORKS 8. ROBINSON * SOU (JS&*2S\ LEADING CLEANERS AND 8821 W«tmort "^§i»^\ DYERS ..1 ; Phons* »4* '^flS?*^' C. M. STEELE Grocery and Confectionery 1 Stock always fresh. Least pos- • sible prices PACIFIC AND GRAND ;,..» For high grade Watche* §cc A. J. MOHN 1416 HEWITT AYE. D, KAMERMAN Everett's Reliable Jeweler 1616 Hewitt Avenue Ind. 227 X Sun. 50C EVERYTHING IN COMMUNITY SILVER B^^~"'' ■ i ~"", ",1^38? AUSTIN'S, 2004...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 2 September 1915

Thursday, September '.'. 191 i B ACHELDER <& CORNEIL Better Clothes for Men and Boys The Wonder Mercantile Co. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ESTABLISHED 11 YEARS Hewitt and Hoyt 8. Yeo A Son, Props. When travel- rfnt^^i^,^fei^^fi ing, attending ~^^/^p-4y^ %\ some Social |^|s|H|li|jl Function, or <*^7j| don't forget to have t^p£^|: | nT™2_? if DR. MILES' izlajl| -Anti - ~ j • i Alii i 'LLu BRING DESIRED RELIEF. : "I have used Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain with yon They are in- Pills for some time and find them wmi you. 1 licy arc in m, invaluable rrmcdjr for i,ache. vnlinhif for T-T^iriirhp l have alwa >'s tuken ■»••* pleasure vaiuaDic ior ntauatnc ln recommendlng them to my nnA nil /\*l-i»f Poinc friends, being confident that they ana ail otner rams. w m bring ma desired relief. iam _ __ _ never without them and use them 25 DOSCS, 25 Ccnis. for n) i ttafJoi of pain, knowing .. rlBCf nnv I- mot c.-ric. that they will not disappoint me." IF FIRST DUX !S NOT SATIS- MIIS. W, 11. BENSON ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 2 September 1915

Page Four. The Northwest Worker Kntorod as second-class matter March 9, 1911. at the pOßtOftio« M Kindt. Washington, under the act of March 3, IS7!> , ~"~ INO. phone iii Published every Thursday by the Tress Committee of the Socialist Party of Snohomtsb County. Mil call fornia. SI Kverett, Wash. Maynard Shipley, Editor. 11. W. Watts, Business Manager. Yearly subscription, $1.00; six months, ItOj three months, r>c; single, copies. sc. UNTERMANNS LETTER , -< ~■ -~ ————- Comrade Untermann's letter em phasises the fact that nearly all the well known Socialist scholars held j views contrary to o\irs, and that "We place ourselves In an untenable posi tion in declaring that these comrades were not real Socialists. We beg to disagree with htm. It is these. Illus trious writers who have placed them selves in an untenable position. If they, or at least those of them who are still alive, are Socialists, then we are something more than a Socialist, and those comrades who feel and think...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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