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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 20 December 1917

Tluirs>l.>\. \\\ nnltrr 20, 1917 w* O 1 * 111 |§*»vV pj * m * '. ,MMVwk SWALLOW .THAT JUST Xi GOOD f » - ■■-'■■!— =s\ MMONKFY'i^fiit'': . r!m 1 , f^J^^W^^ — . SO ARE SOME ML .- - N i mTvI I .:. I SWALLOW THAT.;. 000 » ———!^— — % JOKE AND UET SOMEdUDY I — f'/tiL/dT HAND THEM ORDINARY PLUG . — " ■.- : v // H^^/ I INSTEAD OF REAL OJVAVhLY V 1 " ZZ. . I -"""""" ""■ '''"'"'-I ION Mil is NOT niUuTtJWAv'l XV \VITIIOUr THIS SEAL Every Housewife or J \M\ A « Mother is ever under .^JJmhLa Wl that Nervous Straln*^L~=^ J| which so often results I^^J^^ffM in Headaches, Dizzy "S^^wKa Sensations, Faintness, |^^^^^V| Depression and other 'f^^^wi^D. Nervous Disorders. 3d/^\ Dr. Miles' I badly run down. I TLJ TJ* D 17 ¥ TM 1? "I had become greatly run down II JC/1% VA 11 I!/ »r<J my nerves were In terrible condition. I had frequent head- aches and became very weak and I* Highly Recommended bought bottle of Dr. anything. I v nigmy Recommended bought a bottle of Dr. mj™1 Nerv . - - Jne. I soon...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 20 December 1917

Page Fou* =========== Chf ============================ Co = operative jfleta* Each For All, And All For Each" Entered as second class matter March 9, 1911, at the Pom Office nt Everett, Washington, under the net of March 3, 1879. PETER imsnv. Editor and Manager Independent Phone Main 478 Published every Thursday at 1612 California St., Everett, Wuxh. Subscriptions M cents per year. Twenty-five weeks for 25 cents. Single copies 5 cents. Bundle orders at 1 cent per copy. makinc; THE WORLD SAFK for PLUTOCRACY The slogan of those who are boostiiiK lor the war is: "Make the World sale tor democracy. He not de ceived thereby. It is a blind—camouflage. Behind the mask the legend reads* "Make the world safe for Plutocracy." If the war mongers thought that the war would end in real democracy, industrial as well as political, they would throw a Henry Dubb fit, and begin to agitate for peace at any price. What capitalists mean by "democracy" is: The right to continue their business of exploita...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 10 January 1918

TO BRING ABOUT I THE COOPERATIVE j COMMONWEALTH | f»o por ropy; 60c por yo:u\ EXPOSE OF SUGAR TRUST'S POWER BARES METHODS OF THE FOOD ADMIMISTATION WASHINGTON The sworn state moots of I'laus Sptockles, president of the Federal Sugar Refilling Com puny, testifying before tlie Senate committee to investigate the "sugar situation" is likely to destroy what little confidence the people may have had in the United States Food Ad ministration as a cost of-living re ducer or as a protector of the work ers against the notorious exactions of the food profiteers. In common with the organized ene mies of the people known as the United States OTlam^er of Commerce, Hoover believed that with the en trance of the United States into the war the government would be coin polled to make broad excursions into the field of price fixing. Flans to Forestall Disaster Familiar with the activities in this direction of the Labor Governments of various Australian States, short ly after the general declaration o...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 10 January 1918

I IV. > WOLD BROTHERS* WESTLUND Nineteenth and Broadway- Sunset 357 Ex. 115 EIDEINrS GROCERY 2709 Lombard Phone Main 477 EDW. ECKLUND Fancy and Staple Groceries Main 328 2707 Wet more For Your Next Suit, Try R. HULTMAN Tailor to Man and Women Ml Colby Phone Main 709 *__ ) SCANDIA BAKERY] ■0 >•• BUTTER BREAD Made in Kverett's Modern Bread Shop S ii i i i ■* ' ' '" " -\ Call for Royal Bread 1 AT YOUR GROCERS Made at VIENNA BAKERY B. F. Daniels i ■' OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shoeman Cor. Hewitt and Wetmore I i r~ —~ : —; ' > If you want to save money on good Working-men's Shoes Go to FRANK'S PLACE 1118 Hewitt ..__ ! __y AT YOUR SERVICE RAPID AUTO | • EXPRESS Little Red Motor Truck Stand at Corner Hoyt and Hewitt Phone Main 314 Residence Phone," Blue . 745 . «.- ! , / C — ' s. EBERT TRANSFER j'-V- Let Us Do Your TRANSFER WORK Stand: Coiner Hewitt & Colby House Phone: Red 296 - / H| AMERICAN Wll* Dye Works LEADING CLEANERS Phone Main 281 L * GEORGE W. LOUTTIT LAWYER O...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 10 January 1918

lliins.lay. .l:nuii>ry U>, UUB <^ >\ .OvjK Jr \\\V . "*'"'• "•• ln»aMlei» 3j <MX ML/, iI 1 B •' our P.i.bi Air !•««( |> lur || .i *iir BF /I I ••■ ■ -7« -, «•>• ri.vae am Frail. H*e» M jy^ vI H v AjkiU^f^* ' rir*l- GrMvruv plug tob»cco. iJ X II I B BkßLS*^ No» tin P«Unl Pouih Hiipi II I j ■ '//■ Hf// V B ' » Ll«l«Ch«w ol Gratilf It Eng'iiili 71 (myy ft I/Tyr V fl Kb l! . "I<l l *•'■ l on 9«»> than • big chaw •' )i %>i , ■' yJpPv^o6 IS fHESLOTH-THEJ / I *"'.. --• •^V^^iPrVEYES TO EVERYTHING. HI? .* ,J^«| •*• V^/jiiPV EYES TO EVERYTHING. HE \ £*i F I MISSES A LOT* AND SO DOES «* "•/M THE MAN WHO SHUTS HIS EYES /WffiJH Pi)ft^ «//^ tobacco. < — > fm /) IIT ffll«OT^^i'? OTECTION SEAL jgj^ |3 § / I w* »*HAI. CRAVBLY WITHOUT ff|w> » •* I l this seal yy Over-work, worry and o^^f the constant strain of a , nt TS. business life are often ///MMW^m a cause of much trouble. \Vffi ''»/ "li Dr. Miles' Nervine §§$OK/r is highly recommended _^^^^^^&jk for a...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 10 January 1918

l,>>:> l-"i ' Cooperative J^etog A. • ■:. "■■-. ■ Rach For AH. And Ml lor Each" Entered as second class matter March i, 1911. at the Post Office lit Everett, Washington, under the net of March .!. t.S'.'.l. PETKR hish\. Editor nn.i Uwwf«i Imlopemlent PHoiM Mam 171 l*ul.!islio.l mr] lhur-viay M LUS falifoima St.. Kveiett. Wash. Subscriptions $1.00 l"'i year; 60 cents for six months; ■.'.'• cents for three months; single copy 5 cents; bundle orders nt 1 cent per copy. EXPOSE OF SUGAR TRUST '. At different times many of our readers have un doubtedly heard Rome Radical make the statement that the political rulers of the country were merely the gov ernmental committee of the capitalist class, the pluto cracy, or the trusts, ad the case might be. Perhaps you smiled on one side of your face at what you thought was merely an empty jibe. It isn't a joke—never has been. If you would get some insight into how it is done, how it i"s put over, and how it is worked, read the article on t...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 24 January 1918

Wi)t Co=operatfoe JSete In Things Essential, UNITY—In Things Doubtful, LIBERTY—In All Things, FRATERNITY 5c p»u- copy; 60c per year. SEATTLE POLICE ON RAMPAGE BBATTLB- Last night tit* .]uiet of Seattle/streets mi disturbed when a^;i i the police interfered with the stile of the Industrial Worker. Newsboys wen xi-lling the papers when one of them was taken into cu«to«ly (or the uwful crime in the eyes of J«v» W»rwti, the mar who cleans! up i*» the town ' ■ . £.'~'i}: . : . A wave .if solidarity itartad four wpiuph sympathizers to tnke the papers ami pyocaad to gel! them. VV These were also promptly ar rested by the police. Their names are Mrs. Clark Al.lerton, Mis. Dessie Hubbard. Mrs. A. Blair ''aims and in. Edith dajpHKfce. This took place on Washington street and upon the arrest of the women, the street became filled with volunteer newsboys from the I. W. \V. hall, whn bagan selling their paper. \s soon a.s one newsboy was arrested another took his place. Police Grew Furious This ...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 24 January 1918

fogc Two DENTISTS DR. ELVKRA WESTBERCt DR. VICTOR WESTBER(; 207-H.» Amencnn Bank Bldß PHONE MAIN KUR C. PETERSEN EXPKRT SHOE REPAIRING 2921 WKTMOKE AYE. EDW. ECKLUND Fancy and Staple (<roceri«« Main Ul 2707 Wetmore For Your N#xt Suit, Try 'R. HULTMAN Tailor to Men and Wobm 2926 Colby Phone Main 709 SCANDIA BAKERY BUTTER BREAD Made in Ererett'i Modern Bread Shop *— Gall for Royal Bread AT TOUR GROCKM MM VIENNA BAKERY ar.Dubh OUR SHOES ARE BETHER FISHER, the Shoeman Cor. Hewitt and Wctmorc If y«a ,want to mt« mom? •■ g«*i Working-men's Shoes ; G« to FRANK'S PLACE 1118 Hewitt AT YOUR SERVICE RAPID AUTO \- EXPRESS Little Red Motor Truck BUnd at Corner Hoyt and Hewitt Phone Main 314 Residence Phone, Blue 745 EBERT TRANSFER L«t Do You- TRANSFER WORK Stand: Corner Hewitt A Colby House Phone: Red 296 a> AMERICAN i^^t^ Dye Works LEADING CLEANERS Phone Main 281 GEORGE W. LOUTTIT LAWYER Over First National Bank Everett, Washington HEATERS PACK & LAU6HTON FURNITURE CO. 2804 Hacker 1.1...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 24 January 1918

Thursday, ,I;inn;irv 24, 1!>1S HPV^^H < I II DWAII I) I* W?*l i *^ Pv-C. I afi. Brlfiro lha Invention *J lOOK U ' •' rMK PUOTICTION SKAI.-1T IS NOT REAL ORAVHLY WITHOUT THIS SHALOM FISHER'S I B8 117 Relieve it' '" '"' impos- Si^^^^O '* sible to manufacture a ■ ■ r>" -■'*■ BLEND; We purchase the s!^ ■ ''-Wl W/;i&fom*m HI'ENI); We purchase the <$Bt^fc. ■ •wtSHSM ""ry hoicesi ;■•'■■' vvheat ■r^'iMfll^B an<' tht' very choicest soft *i/7y*iV\ffM E. JaQS^r^B u}u';>t; we then scientifical- uSEH)D33'B M:_ FLOUR ly blend them in "AMER- •V^vl R arfW ■ I( A's UNKST FLOURING I | "^SJ?P.» I MILLS". Before grinding .'.'^^.vJ FfijSyjf *ffxf * 1 Wl" uas^ ir in Purt> u:itt''" to „! '*■ UDB£ji££||£j remove every particle if i^^B^B^M ('ust or (''rt- tnat in 't> rht be EBE9BE ■HHHHHHfI in tht- creases ; wo go so far IQUM^^^S as to scrub this wheat in :} «P'^" di«l »m --■■ order to put it in a perfect IU n.° t ur. te state of sanitation. *on«blr figure. We have more than one ...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 24 January 1918

Poire Fog*l Co-Operative News "Each lor VII. And Ml Pof Kach" Entered as teeond class matter March '.•, ll'll. at the P©sl ()frice at Everett Washington, under the act of March 8, IH7«». PETES MUSHY. Kditor and Manager Independent Phone Main 478 Published every ThursHny at 1611 California St., Everett, Wash. Subscriptions $1.00 p<>r year; M cents for six months; 25 cents for throe months; single copy 5 cents; bundle orders at 1 cent pea copy. SMALLER AND BETTER In order to keep the paper in the field we have been forced to reduce the. size. • It'- been one thing on top of another. The la.st thing was a notice from our printer that there would be an advance in the price of printing to take effect immediately, which amounted,to about al2 per cent increase. Since the holidays, par ticularly, there has been a rather sharp falling off in our advertis ing, owing to the shirk -eason. partly, but more on account of general decline in business. And then, subscriptions have not been com...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 1 February 1918

In Things Kssonlial, UNITY In Things Doubtful, LIBERTY In AH Things, FRATERNITY 6c per copy; $i.oo per year. SPIRITED DEBATE ON THE WAR < "iiu. id• - J. M. Suiter .mil In.i Suiter Dinousm W.ii and Social ism With W. B. (lay. H. J. i'ausN«-tt and Mr. Hatticld. An acrimonious discussion on the war was staged in the school house at Austin, Islam! County, last Friday evening. Comrade Salter. who is teaching at that place, had heard the patriotic spiels of Clay and Faussett before and had expressed his disagree ment, so a joint discussion of War and the Socialist Position was arranged as stated. Each side was to be allowed two speak ers. But nevertheless the "pa triots" rang in a third man. The Everett daily papers have printed garbled and lying accounts of the meeting. However, we will hand the Ananias Club member ship to Mr. Clay because the pa pers printed what Clay had hand ed in. It is stated that when Mr. Clay arrived he found the Socialist plat form written on the blackboard an...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 1 February 1918

Pavrp Two DENTISTS DR. ELVERA WESTBERG DR. VICTOR WESTBERG 207-8-0 American Hank BMg PHONE MAIN 814K C PETERSEN EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING 2921 WETMORE AYE. EDW. ECKLUND Fancy and Staple Groceries Main 328 2707 Wetmore For Tour Next Suit, Try R. HULTMAN Tailor to M*« and Womm 2826 Colby Phone Main 709 SCANDIA BAKERY BUTTER BREAD Made in Erervtt's Modern Bread Shop Call for Royal Bread AT YOUR GROCEBS Mid* at VIENNA BAKERY B.F. Dsalals OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shoeman Cor. Hewitt and Wetmore If 70a want to mx money on good Workingmen's Shoes Go to FRANK'S PLACE 1118 Hewitt AT YOUR SERVICE RAPID AUTO EXPRESS Little Red Motor Truck Stand at Corner Hoyt and Hewitt Phdhe Main 314 Residence Phone, Blue 7.45 EBERT TRANSFER 1. Urn Do Your TRANSFER WORK Stand: Corner Hewitt & Colby House Phone: Red KM J||. AMERICAN i^Spi^ Dye Works LEADING CLEANERS Phone Main 261 GEORGE W. LOUTTIT LAWYER (ln-r First National Hank Everett, Washington HEATERS PAGE & LAI Ml ion FURNITURE 0. 2804 Rurk...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 1 February 1918

Friday, February l, 1918 jTHE OLD SAILOR AND THE RECRUIT PASTIME AMUSEMENT PARLORS 26 POCKET BILLIARD TABLES 22 SOLO CARD TABLES Cor. Wetmore & Hewitt Ayes., in Basement DRIKSSLEIN & BECKER FISHER'S IHUHHB 117E Relieve it to be impos- SP^^^^^J I? sible to manufacture a I tn "i« letter our than FISHER'S mz ~^ /itiPftf!t£ \ BLEND; We purchase the &Mt6m' '/M&ffrM v'rv choicest hard wheat >m//^T\--i ■ aru* the very choicest soft ;''JLus3L^l* •■-. j9fij^.'*'B wheat; we then scientifical- uHißli33: t FLOUR ■•!>• blend them in "AMER- r--VSSSK/-r1 r^BfcL^l XAS FINEST FLOURING % !^T ;;• rT'^^^l MILLS". Before grinding J*S& T}£**£*™*****% we wash it in pure water to ,„ -^ • lfiSj&M&|jJ remove every particle of IMP^^ dust or dirt that might i-<- S99SBSSS ■■■llHiyU 'n "''' crease.-' • ■'■' go so far M'Pfi'l'H^B as to scrub this wheat in i) »plendid f, a. m- HH | order to put it in a perfect % H Hour thai ■■■ «»rder to put it in a perfect M : lls a , a rta . ...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 1 February 1918

Page Fou~ —The— Co-Opera live News "Kach lor All. And All For Kach'1 Entered us second class matter March 1), 1911; at th« Post Office at Everett, Washington! under the net of March 3, 1871). PETER lIUSBY, Editor and Manager Independent Phone Main -178 Published every Thursday at 1*512 California St., Kverett, Wash. • Subscriptions $1.00 per year; BO cents for six months; 25 cents for three, months; single copy 5 cents; bundle orders at 1 cent per copy. All we have found it nec essary to rum 1 the xubfeription price of our p.i|mt that should not prevent anyone from renew ing, nor prevent anyone from — I tllllH . If people • haven't a dollar available for a >cur's subscription, then they can per haps spare fifty cent.-, for six months. If they can't spare the GOc at the time, they surely can afford to invest -'", cents for three months. When it comes time to renew again money may be more plentiful. REPUDIATION OF DEBTS According to Pravda, the news paper . or^n of the Bolsheviki, ...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 14 February 1918

(EJje Co=operattfoe j^etus. In Things Essential, UNITY— hi Things Doubtful, LIBERTY In All Things, FRATERNITY 5c por copy ; 60C per \ i-ar. HISTORY OF THIS PAPER'S STRUGGLE FOR EXISTENCE , This week we arc celebrating the eighth birthday of The Co-opera tive News and we think it proper to give a little history of the life of the paper. The paper was started Febru ary, 1911, by a group of Socialists in. the city of Everett under the name of The Commonwealth. It made great headway from the start and became quite a* power in the city of Everett and was principally the means of electing three Socialists to the city council before the year was out. The next year a commission form of government was sprung on the city and in the elections following the Socialists were defeated but with an increased vote. O. L. Anderson acted as editor for the first few months but the income of the paper was not suf ficient to pay the salary desired by the editor and his place m filled by J. M. Salter, who ...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 14 February 1918

r.-urr T\\<» DENTISTS DR. BLVER^ WESTBERG DR. VICTOH WESTBERG 207-8-9.American Hank Uldit PHONE MAIN 814R C. PETERSEN EXPERT * **■-'" " SHOE REPAIRING 2921 WETMORE AYE. EDW. ECVLUND Fancy and Staple Grocerien Main 328 2707 Wetmore For Your Next Suit, Try R. HULTMAN Tailor to Men and Women 2926 Colby Phone Main 709 SCANDIA BAKERY BUTTER BREAD Made in Everett's Modern ■"' •■ .:. Bread Stop ■>. •mh Call for Royal Bread ■ AT YOUR GROCERS • • . Made at •"*■' VIENNA BAKERY .„> a F. Duidi OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shoeman Cor. Hewitt and Wetmorc If you want to hti money on good Workingriien's Shoes Go to FRANK'S PLACE 1118 Hewitt . .. AT YOUR SERVICE RAPID AUTO EXPRESS Little Red Motor Truck Stand at Corner Hoyt and Hewitt * ' Phone Main 314 Residence Phone, Blue 745 GOLDFINCH BROS. Paints, Glass, Wall Paper and lirushes Both Phones, Main 285 2112 Rucker Avenue Jg^ AMERICAN iStsJw Dye Works LEADING CLEANERS Phone Main 281 GEORGE W. LOUTTIT LAWYER Over First National Bank Ev...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 14 February 1918

Thursday, February 11. i:ms PASTIME AMUSEMENT PARLORS 26 POCKET BILLIARD TABLES . 22 SOLO CARD TABLES ■ ■ ■•- , > •,•..-■-,. '••'■,• ;f '-f Cor. Wetmore'& Hewitt Ayes., in Basement DRIESSLEIN & BECKER M »' i *. _ FISHER'S HHHHH| U/ E believe it to be impos- }j^^^^^^3 VI sible to manufacture a I .te*'i.-SI better Hour than USHERS V?*— --"^ S"ftPT2m2m HI.KM): We purchase the i 49Bfa«i»;l ffitfthf \ very choicest hard wheat . '"^ft>*-1 >li]ll7llljß'and ,th«" very choicest soft B:'-/_fy^r\'^B ', Nrajp^tß wheat; we then seientifical-■•UEEHHIIIfB * FLoaK^B ]y blend them in "AMEK- »' V^Sy^l t^^^.""*H I(:A 's finest FLOURING p _,j^ 'I t-s?^^';^.h MILLS". Before grinding ■..■^^S^;Vi4« \^m»^i»w^B we wash it in pure water to ■j, •~~f"fS« M|||J^|gMM remove .tv ['article of K^2*^^j^J i^^^s^^W dust or dirt that might he &SSSSS9SS ■■■■■■■U '" th« creases; we go so far H'li'llJ'Frß as to scrub this wheat in i) "Pjfndid.fam ■Bßl order to put it .in a perfect ',"„, n °, ur a „*' ...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 14 February 1918

Page Fon The Co-Operative News i■...■ \u. And All Foe Each" Entered ac Moond class nuttef March B, i*>i 1. at the Pott Office at Everett. Wa hington, under the K. larch 3, 1879 PETER HUSBY, Editor and Maitaj ci • i eni Phone Mam i B Published 6verj Thursday at 1612 California St., Everett, Wash. Subscriptions 50c par year; '2. r > weeks for 25c; 18 weeks for I.V; single copy Be J bundle orders at 1 cent per copy. THE FRISCO FRAME-UP President Wilson's personal com ' mission has made a full report on the Mooney cases in San Francisco, and recommends that a new trial be given to the condemned man, who was sentenced to death on testimony that has .-.nice been proven to be perjured. One of the things that has brought the case to the attention of the nation at large and secured'this recommen dation is the storm of protest that was aroused in liberal circles all over the world and particularly in ' Russia. In no other case m the world j has there been displayed such an imosity, bitt...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 21 February 1918

In Things Essential, UNITY In Things Doubtful, I/IWKUTY In All Things, VH ATKRNITY .v per copy ; ">iv per year. THE WATTS CASE The History and Nature of the Attempted !>e|x>rtation of Com rade Reawj w, Watta We are now nble to publish the exact charges and "findings" that were made against Watts, also, the present status. He was arrested on October 27th, 1917, on a war rant from the Commissioner of Labor, the charging part of which is as follows: | "Whereas II W. Watts has been found in the U. S. in violation of the Act of February 5,* 1917, for the following among other rea sons: That he has been found ad vocating or teaching, subsequent to his entry, the unlawful destruc tion of property; that he was a person likely to become a public charge at the time of his entry; and that he entered without in spection"— A short time after his incar ceration he was given a hearing before the Immigration Inspector at which he was not represented by counsel as he did not want to put his...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 21 February 1918

fate Two DENTISTS DR. ELVERA WESTBERG DR. VICTOR WESTBERG MM '•' American Hnnk itldK PHONE MAIN SI4R C. PETERSEN EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING 2921 WETMORE AYE. EDW. ECKLUND Fancy and Staple Groceries Main 328 2707 -Wctmore For Your Next Suit, Try K. I-IULTMAN Tailor to Men and Women 2926 Colby Phone Main 70S) SCANDIA BAKERY BUTTER BREAD Made in Ererett'i Modern Dread Shop Call for Royal Bread AT YOUR GROCERS Made at VIENNA BAKERY B.F. l)a»t*U t OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shoeman Cor. Hewitt and Wetmore If you want to cave money on food Workingmen's Shoes Go to FRANK'S PLACE 1118 Hewitt AT YOUR SERVICE RAPID AUTO EXPRESS Little Red Motor Truck Stand at Comer iloyt and Hewitt Phone Main 314 Residence Phone, Blue 745 GOLDFINCH BROS. Paints, Glass, Wall Paper and Brushes Both I'hones. Main 285 2112 Itucker Avenue S AMERICAN $/&%&' Dye Works DING CLEANERS Phone Main 181 GEORGE W. LOUTTIT LAWYER Over First National Hank Everett, Washington WHEN BUYING FURNITURE do not fail to ace o...

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