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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 30 November 1916

I'njre Four The Northwest Worker n* pccond-clAftn mnttct Mai ' 9. ' M. at the postoffico at Kveiclt. Washington, uiuier the act of March 3. IS7:>. IND. PHONE 4757. l'nblishcd every Thursday by II W. WATTS Kditor an,! Manager Yearly subscription. $1; IX month*. r<oc; three months, '.■>- . sinsfle copies, • cents. ! » SOMETHING LACKING There is something lacking in our political campaigns as the election returns will show. We may blame our poor growth onto Wilsonism if we will, but the fact remain* that we • li• l not attract enough attention to the Socialist cause. We may rant as much ai we like about vote cacthingi but when the re come in we are all disappointed nt the results, which goes to show that we are not sincere. The Socialist who is afraid that we might prow too fast does not know what he is talking about. He does not o« enough about human nature to o that it plays soins funny tricks. He does not know the Mob. Those are trying times and one can tell when the MOB wi...

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. — 7 December 1916

NORTHWEST WORKER OFKKM U ORGAN OF THE SOCI M is i I" VIM i Ol SNOHOMISII AND STKN KNS COUNTIES ,v per copj : si.(to per year, LUMBER BARONS WOULD SUPPRESS WORKER PAT QUINLAN IS RELEASED FROM PRISON Served All Hut Eleven WecJtl of Sen tence for Saying too Much Tat Quinlun is a free man again, and every one is glad, even the Pater son "cops" who sent him away to the New Jersey state's prison for nearly two years. There wasn't much of a demonstra tion for him when Judge Abrain Klen it him tVee in the Psterson couvt. Yet when an old broken Irishman came to him and shook hajsda, saying. "We're all happy to see you agin," it about summed it up. Pat took it quietly. He blinked a few titr.es at the judge, had a time to keep the peace when he was advised by Klenert to be more careful in the future, and then the ordeal was over. Mrs. Anna M. Sloan, of New York, trotted up the clerk of court and turned over $500 which was collected ! f om people in New York to pay his fine. This took about two...

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 December 1916

7***4 't&Q Pastime Aniusemont Parlors 26 POCKET BILLIARD TABLES 22 SOLO CARD TABLES Cor. Wetmore & Hewitt Ayes., in Basement DRIESSLBIN A BECKBH PAINTS & GLASS 'goldfinch bugs. Wall Papers. Paints, Glx«w J. 2 Rucker Avenue Both Phones 285 I / PLUMBERS R. VAN DYKE 1 PLUMBING and HEATING 2811 Oakes Shop Phone GSIX; Res. 513 X ■ ; i WOOD FOREST WOOD $2.50 per load, delivered. HEATER WOOD $2.00 per load, delivered. PHONE 'MIX ; DRUGGISTS t \ CITY DRUG STORE 1910 HEWITT WE. Free Delivery to any part of the city. .Ask for the Green Trading Stamps. DYERS & CLEANERS S AMERICAN Dye Works LEADING CLEANERS Phones 248 ■ i BOOTS AND SHOES An Economical Place to Trade MODEL SAMPLE SHOE CO. No More— $2.50—N0 Less For Men For Women The Upstairs Shoe Shop that Saves You Dollars. How do we do it? Small expenses, low rent, no clerks to pay. FOBES BUILDING, ROOM 18 Next Door to Star Theatre 1806-1808 Hewitt Aye. UPSTAIRS j OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shoeman Fifteen Years in Everet...

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. — 7 December 1916

>•«>!«>>'. hi- rMiii,,., 7, \^\(\, SOCIALIST PARTY DIKKITORY , Cards will be Inserted in this col umn for the mini of fifty .■cm. « month. NATION EXECUTIVE SECRE TARY.—AdoIph Q«nncr, 803 West Madison St.. Chicago, 111. STATE SECRETARY OK WASHING' TON.— Bmil Herman, Box 491, Everett, Wash. Office 314 Com merce Bldg., Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNTY SECRE TAKV. W J. Moody, Monroe, Wash. LOCAL EVERETT, No. i meets every Friday evening at 8 in the Forum, 1612 California St., Everett. K. 11. Hodgins, fin. sty.; Peter llusby, uv Nt.; C. P. Morrison, organizer. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun day evening at 8, in Eagles' hall, Edmonds. Walter Raaca, Edmonds, recording sec; H. H. Davis, Ed monds, financial sec. LOCAL MONROE moots on the Ist and 3rd Friday! in the month at S p. m. in tho St. James hotel. R. W. Thompson, Monroe, sec.; W. S. Kel ler, Monroe, organiser. LOCAL CEDAR VALLEY, meets on I the 2nd and 4th Saturdays in the I month at ti p. m. in the Cedar Val ley church. Richard T...

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. — 7 December 1916

Pnjjro Four The Northwest Worker Entered as se< ond Mmi> li 9. I 1."! 1. Nt (he DO itoffil Everett, Washington) under the ai I of March S, 1878 IM>. I'lli'M Published I'vcrj Thursday bj H W. \V.\ ITS Kditor nn.i Man l'etrly subscription, |1; mix months, BOcj three months, tingle copies, .' cents. DOWN TO BUSINESS rhe state Executive Committee of Socialist Party of Washington met In Kverott Sunday and got right down to business. • Comrade Katterfeld (rested a plan of action that will have the affect of bringing the Socialist party into the limelight. The suggestion was that ■ commit teo be appointed to look up the action necessary for calling a constitutional convention for the purpose of revising the laws of this state. The committee was also to recommend changes In the constitution. The suggestion was made into a motion and earned and a committee lias been selected to ko into the matte;- and report at the next meeting. Another suggestion was made that of flfking the suite ...

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. — 28 December 1916

NORTHWEST WORKER ■ •'' ' ■ :., i- copy ; $1.00 per year. WHO KILLED CHAS. 0. CURTISS? Nobody Charged With Killing Deputy on City Dock November 5 The battle betweent the I, W. W.s and deputies on tho city dock Novem ber 5 has developed a mystery. Last week 74 men v. •>. < placed on trial in this city charged with the killing of Jefferson Beard, but two men, who were playing tho part of deputies on that day were killed, yet we find that nobody has been charged with the killing of the other man Charles O. Curtiss. Elsewhere in this pa] or will be found the form of information filed by attorney Webb against the 74 men now in jail. It will be noted that the ir,formation : was changed at the last minute. The I first information charged the men! with killing both Curtiss and Beard but the Curtiss charge has been drop ped. This lends one to suspect that the authorities hnve other information re garding the killing of Curtis*, which they refuse to crive out. If the author* ities kjtow ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 28 December 1916

Pnpo Four The Northwest Worker Entered as second-class matter March D, It'll, at the postofflce nt Ifcviwiite, Washington, under the act of March 3, lf»7s». IND. PHONE 178 Published every Thursday'nt 1012 California St., Everett, Wash., by 11. \v, WATTS Editor and Manager Yearly subscription, II; six months, |Oej three months, 25cj single Copies, 5 cents. I THE HAPPY; NEV^YEAU Jliot at this timo 1 ..■.■ l>v.!y la ob serving: the time LordrsJ custom of wishing everybody el. i n Happy Now . Year. Th.- is doi.c without ioi;nrd to j prospects of happiv.a.ia w unlmppijiesa It i« merely a habit iai >* have fal len into just like ehowjijt gum, tobac< CO or snoring tin a: loop. It has always BCiSivevl to us rather ironical to wish anybody ■ Happy New Year when, .1 wo knew anything at all, we could not bo unmindful of the fact that the year would be one of toil and struggle, privation and dis comfort, murder an-, :»pine. What irony, for iiVsianco U> \vi»li tha average. wa<ye s...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 4 January 1917

"iTHE NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE [SOCIALIST PARTI OF SNOHOMISH AMI STEVENS COIINTIKS 5c per copy ; $1.00 per year. LABOR DISPUTES | GAIN IN NUMBER, SAYS U.S. REPORT Federal Department Finds 1916 Strikes Outnumber 1915 by Three to One WASHINGTON- to data compiled by tin- United States Depart ment of Ijibor, the number of strikes and lockouts during the six months, March to August, 1916, inclusive, was 2.iXtt'. The number during the corre sponding months of the year 1915 was 633. There were 335 strikes anil lockouts Concerning which information was re ceived by the bureau during August. These include, in addition to the 228 strikes ami lockouts which began in August, 104 strikes and 3 lockouts re ported during the month, but which began earlier. In 185 strikes and 8 lockouts the employes were connected with unions; in 10 strikes and 1 lockout they were not so connected; in 7 strikes they were not connected with unions at the time of striking, but became organ-1 ized during...

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. — 4 January 1917

Page Two Pastime Amusement Parlors 26 POCKET BILLIARD TABLES 22 SOLO CARD TABLES Cor. Wetmore & Hewitt Ayes., in Basement ■ DRIESSLEIN & BECKER PAINTS & GLASS GOLDFINCH BROS. Wall Papers, Paints, GUn '2312 Kucker Avenue Both Phonos 285 *• PLUMBERS R. VAN DYKE PLUMBING and HEATING 2811 Oakes Shop Phone 6SIX; Res. 513 X v —- WOOD FOREST WOOD $2.50 per load, delivered. HEATER WOOD $2.00 per load, delivered. PHONE 377 X » A DRUGGISTS ' : > CITY DRUG STORE 1910 HEWITT AYE. Free Delivery to any part of the city. Ask for the Green Trading Stamps. i i BOOTS AND SHOES ' ■> An Economical Place to Trade MODEL SAMPLE SHOE CO. No More $2.50— No Less For Men For Women The Upstairs Shoe Shop that Saves You Dollars. How do we do it? Small expenses, low rent, no clerks to pay. FOBES BUILDING, ROOM 18 Next Door to Star Theatre 1806-1808 Hewitt Aye. UPSTAIRS •am II .i.ii— -■■"■■i« —————-' OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shoeman Fifteen Years in Everett Cor. Hewitt and Wetmore . a a ...

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. — 4 January 1917

Thursday. January 4, 1917. SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY Cards will be inserted In this col umn lor the sum of fifty cents a month, NATIONAL EXECUTIVE SECRE TARY.— Adolph Gartner, 803 West Madison St., Chicago, 111. Si A It; 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. ' - ''.7A2* LOCAL EVERETT, No. I mceU every Friday evening at 8 in the Forum, 1612 California St., Everett. K. 11. liadgms, fin.-sec; Teter Husby, Me.; C. P. Morrison, organiser. LOCAL EDMONDS moats every Sun day evening at 3, in Eagles' hall, Edmonds. Walter Recce, Edmonds, recording sec; li. H. Davis, Ed '" BMBda, financial sec LOCAL MONROE meets on the Ist ..... 3rd Fridays ia the month at a p. m. in the it. James hotel R. W. 'ltioiupson, Jionroe, sec; W. S. Eel ler, .uuii.uc, organiser. LUlAl_.ttb.tH VALLEY, meets on tue Had auu 4ta Jsaturoays m the OAoiiatx at a .m in the Cedar Val ley cnurca. Richard Pape, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 4 January 1917

t'.'ige Four ■—■ — —*•**** '■ ■ ■■■■!■■■ The Northwest Worker Entered aa second matter March 9. 1911, at the postoffice at Everett, Washington) under the act of March it. 1878, IND. PHONE i.s Published ovary Thursday at 1618 California St., Everett, Wash., by 11. W. WATTS Editor and Manager Yearly subscription, $1; six months, 60i . three months, 86c; single copies, ,> cents, DANGER Tho new year brings with it a great danger to the Socialist press. Certain of the business element of this city feel Unit this paper should be out of the way and with that end in view they are using what influence they can to keep other merchants from advertising herein. Our income from the advertising is below the cost of production of this paper ami unless our readers take it upon themselves to influence the merchants of this city we will be com pelled to suspend. At the present rate of decline we will be compelled to either get out a much smaller paper or suspend. We have boon fighting the battles ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 11 January 1917

* "~ - 1 n &^t "~- \ . _^ \ NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF SNOHOMISH AND STEVENS nil MIS Be per copy ; $1.00 per year. OPEN SHOP FIGHT IS LAUNCHED BY NATIONAL AMI- UNION TRUST RAES BILL FOB HOSPITAL IS REJECTED County Commissioners Refuse to Pay for Mcßae's Hos pital Treatment Last week the Providence hospital presented a bill to the County Com missioners for services rendered Sheriff Mcßae and Deputy Sheriff P. E. Buehrer, amounting to $153.20, and it was rejected. Mcßae and Buehrer were wounded in the battle on the City dock, Sun day, November sth, and both received several weeks treatment in the hos pital. The authorities took this action be cause a bill for $34 was presented by the I. W. W. for hospital treatment to one of its members. This bill had to be turned down, because it would never do to pay for the results of the murderous actions of Everett's Com mercial club. Of course the Commis sioners have no love for the I. W. W. nor for any workman...

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. — 11 January 1917

Pnjro Two I I Pastime Amusement ] Parlors [ 26 POCKET BILLIARD TAILES 22 SOLO CARD TABLE} Cor. Wetmore & Hewitt Ayes., inßasement DRIESSLEIN & BICKER / PAINTS & GLASS GOLDFINCH BROS. Wall Papers, Paints, Gam 2812 Rucker Avenue Roth Phones 285 s , PLUMBERS R. VAN DYKE PLUMBING and HEATING 2811 Oakcs Shop Phone GSIX; Res. 518 X 1 _. —I"1 ■ ■ » ,^ m* m— WOOD FOREST WOOD $2.8 1» per land, dcliveML HEATER WOOD 82*00 per load, delivered. PHONE 377 X ■ 1— . ...-_.__ *i DRUGGISTS ~ > CITY DRUG STORE 1910 HEWITT AYE. Free Delivery li) any {A v£ the at... Ask lor ti.e U tn Trading Stamps. I >. - ** ami shoes >*•• • —— —■—>, 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? bmall expenses, low rent, no clerks to pay. FOBES BUILDING, ROOM 18 Next Door to Star Theatre 1806-ISOB Hewitt Aye. UPSTAIRS u _ ii ii i ■> OUR SHOES ARE BETTER > FISHER, the Shoeman Fift...

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. — 11 January 1917

Thursday, .P'lllllll'tv 11, 1M j 7 rrv— SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY i aids will be inserted in tin* col umn for in. sum of fifty cents R month. NAIIONAL EXECUTIVE SECRE IAKL-Adolph Conner, 80S West Madison St., Chicago, 111. SI Al E SECRETARY OF WASHING ION.— I mil. man, Box 4i»l, Lxerell, Wash. Office 814 Com merce Isldi;., Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNTY SKCRE TARY.—W. J. Moody, Monroe, Wash. LOCAL EVERETT, No. i meets every rid*} evening at s in tho Forum, 1012 California St* Everett. K. h. biodgUU, fin. .-.cc.; Peter Hubby, ice. see.; C. I. Morrison, organiser. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun day evening at 8, in Euglea hall, Edmonds. Walter Ueeee, Edmonds, recording sec; li. 11. Davis, Ed monds, financial tee. LOCAL MONROE meet* on the Ist and 3rd Friday* in the month at & p. m. in the"bt. James hotel. K. W. laoinpeon, Monroe, sec; W. S. Kel ler, Aiuiuoe, gunner. LOCAL ihli.Ul \ALLLI, meets oil the :aiu and 4th Saturdays in the monlh at 8 p. m. in the Cedar V al ley church. ltiehard ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 11 January 1917

Page Four The Northwest Worker fc.Mwod as second-class matter March >.», luu, at the poatoffice at Everett. Washington, under the act of March 3, isti>. [ND. PHONE 478 Published every Thursday at lt'X'2 California st., Everett, Wash., by 1; 5 WATTS Editor and Manager _ Yearly subscription, #1; six months, oOcj three months, ii&cj single copies, .' rents. WE SUGGEST A NAME FOB BIG BUSINESS' NEW ORGANIZATION Everything has to have a name that can be handed in these hustling days. Just now the National Indus trial Conference Board is looming big in labor's line of vision, lt is going to bo talked about a whole lot in the time just ahead. In this newspaper you will find a story about what ibis organisation is doing in the building industry, It is beginning to get hold of big building industries so that it can squeeze un ionism 0111 of the industry. Before we go any further let us here and now promise this National Industrial Conference Hoard the fight of its young life. Organi...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 18 January 1917

.: , THE : NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PART OF SNOHOMISH AND STEVENS COCNi I 5c per copy; $1.00 per year. MRS. FRENETTE'S CASE HELD UP Important Witness in San .Fran cisco-Cannot Be Located Mrs. Edith Frenette, who is charged with unlawful assemblage in one case and an attempt to kill Sheriff Mcßae in another, and who was to be tried this week, has been granted a contin uance of the trial because a witness who Mrs. Frenetic is accused of hav ing encouraged to throw stones at the county jail, cannot be located. The other charge against Mrs. Fro nette, that of threatening Mcßae with a revolver, will be heard later in the month. CANADIAN COMPULSORY ARBITRATION MEASURE FAILS TO END STRIKE HAMILTON, Out.—How impotent the Canadian compulsory arbitration act is really to settle industrial dis putes is clearly illustrated by the sit uation here in the machinists' indus try. The machinists are still out on strike in an effort to enforce a gov ernment award under that act...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 18 January 1917

Pftge Two Pastime Amusement Parlors 26 POCKET BILLIARD TABLES 22 SOLO CARD TABLES Cor. Wetmore _& Hewitt Ayes., in Basement DRIESSLEIN & PECKER PAINTS ft GLASS I GOLDFINCH 15K05.1 Wall Papers, Paints. clash 88 12 Rucker Avenue Both Phones 285 *■ i-, ~ , J PLUMBERS R. VANDYKE 1 PLUMBING and HEATING 2811 Oakes Shop Phone 68IX; Res. 518 X .—— / WOOD j FOREST WOOD ll $2.50 per load, delivered. HEATER WOOD $2.00 per load, delivered. PHONE 377 X . — > DRUGGISTS | ——' i CITY DRUG STORE 1910 HEWITT AYE. Free Delivery to any part of the city. Ask for the Green Trailing Stamps. I ELIZABETH GURLEY FLYNN The best woman labor speaker in America is in Seattle. Elizabeth Gur ley Flynn, "the Joan of Arc of the Labor Movement," will devote the next few weeks of her time to the de fense of the 74 men in jail in Everett charged with murder. Elizabeth Gurley Flynn has been an agitator since her fifteenth year. She has been brought up in the atmo phere of the working class movement and it has...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 18 January 1917

Thursday, January 18, imt, ■ ■■!■■' **.* pa* ' 1... 'i ■■ -. SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY Cards will be Inserted in this col umn for the turn of fifty cents a month. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE SECRE TARY.— Adolph Ccrmor, 803 West Madison St., Chicago, 111. STATE SECRETARY ok WASHING TON.— Emil Herman, Box 491, Everatt, Wash. Office 114 Com merce Bldg., Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNTY SECRE TARY—W. J. Moody, Monroe, Wash. LOCAL EVERETT, No. 1 meets every Friday evening at 8 in Uie Forum, 1612 California St., Everett. Iv 11. llodgins, fin.-sec; Peter Husby, rac.-sec; C. P. Morrison, organizer. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every bun day evening at a, in Eagles' hall, Edmonds. Walter Recce, Edmonds, recording sec; B. H. Davit. ho meads, financial tec. LOCAL MONROE meets on the Ist! and 3rd Fridays in the month at a p. m. in the si. James hotel. K. \\. Thompson, Menroe, tec., W. S. Kel ler, Menroe, organizer. LOCAL CEDAR VALLEY, meets on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays in the month at » p. at. in the Cedar Val ley chur...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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