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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 1 March 1917

Pnpc Four JL»,V A\\>ltn.l*ViH ' 9 XII *ex.A Entered »* .second class matter March '.'. 1011, at the pa toffici at Everett, Washington, under ihe act of March 3. 1879, IND. PHONE 178 dished every Thursday at 1613 California St.. Everett, Wash., by 11. W. WATTS. ...Editor and Manager Yearly subscription; $1: -ix months, 50c: >>',-, months, 25c; single copies, A GRAND FINISH The Socialists in Sentth haw just taken part in the Seattle city elections and *;** tesn'ts fire »tvoived elsewhere ~, t .,,».. incie weie thieo coun cilmen to be elected but foi fomc tea- j son, why we lini' let boon able to I find out, the part) only nominated I one r.;",.i .ate. The campaign wss run (strictly along "iv\olutionary" lines, that is, tlie platform vai ''revolution-^ i.ry" though they did rot have one; the meetings weir enthusiastic, thai ,*..., „,». P ]*c\\ in connection witr. vi.- war en. is; a let of "revi tionary" philosophical speeches wore delivered, that is, the candidate did because ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 8 March 1917

THE NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL OHO AN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTI OK SNOHOMISH AMI STF.N »_NS < ODN'IiES Re per copy . .00 per year. METAL TRADES WONT ENLIST Boilermakers Load Locals in Action Against Members Join* ing Naval Reserve—Scheme to Prevent Strikes. Sensing the danger of compulsory service and having in mind conditions in the Puget Sound navy yard where mechanics are receiving as much as one-fourth less wages than those working in the private shipyards of Seattle, Boilermakers, Shipbuilders and Helpers' Locial No. 104 at their mooting practically unanimously op posed the proposed enlistment of their members in the naval reserve militia, as proposed by a local shipyard, Following the action of the boiler makers, the machinists and steam engineers and other local organiza tions took like action. SOCIALISTS GET SCHOOL BOARD Island County School Hoard Now Under the Control of Socialists At the school election held Satur day in School District No. 10, Island County, the Socialists...

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. — 8 March 1917

Pn^dlVo_ Pastime Amusement Parlors 26 POCKET BILLIARD TABLES 22 SOLO CARD TABLES Cor. Wetmore & Hewitt Ayes., in Basement DRIESSLEIN & BECKER PAINTS & CLASS GOLDFINCH BROS. Wall Papers, Paints, Glass 2812 Rucker Avenue Both Phones 285 - PLUMBERS R. VANDYKE PLUMBING and HEATING 2SIL Oakes Shop Phone B81X; Res. 513 X *m, ... .■ *• WOOD FOREST WOOD $2.50 per load, delivered. HEATER WOOD $2.00 per load, delivered. PHONE 377 X DRUGGISTS CITY DRUG STORE 1910 HEWITT AYE. Free Delivery to any part of the city. Ask for the Green Trading Stamps. DEBS l I TO WRITE FOR I I PEARSON^ r*Js*£-*** a**'-- *z y. j,X*--*-*-***i l*.*at***r- i^&^*.^--:i^--*x' I^lllr if®! as^r'Wssr 'MSM '^ffinSk'^ * ■ First article March number (on sale February 10th). Subject Personal reminiscences of JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY PEARSON'S invited Debs .0 become a contributor a.3 follows: "We want to introduce you to our readers in a series cf personal reminiscences after which you may choose your own subjects." ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 8 March 1917

Tlui.v..l;iy. March S. 1817. ™ —"■""—■■•".■ r** ■''—-■ ■'", '■■-—— • SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY Card* will be inserted in this col umn for the sum of fifty cents ■ month. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE SFA'RK VARY.- AdidpU GeiuiVr, Sl)3 Hint Madison St., Chicago, 111. STATE SECRETARY OF WASHING TON.— Emil Herman, Box 41U, Everett, Wash. Office 314 Com merce Bldg., Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNTY SECRE TARY A. 11. Hanson, Route No. 2, Box ('>, East Stanwood. Wash. LOCAL EVERETT, No. 1 meets every Friday evening at ii In the Forum, 1612 California St., Everett. K. 11. Hodgins, fin.-sec; Peter Husby, rac. see; C. P. Morrison, organiser. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun day evening at 8, in Eagles' hall, Edmonds. Walter Recce, Edmonds, recording sec; B. 11. Davis, Ed monds, financial sec. LOCAL MONROE mods on the Ist i and 3rd Fridays in the month at 8 I p. m. in tlu> St. James hotel. K. W. If Thompson, Monroe, sec; W. S. Kel ler, Monroe <"-;anizer. LOCAL CED.V VALLEY, meats on the 2nd and 4th Satur...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 8 March 1917

Tyro Four The Northwest Worker I Entered as second-class matter March 9. 1911, nt the postofflce nt Everett, Washington, under the act of March 3, IST'.). IND. PHONE 478 Published every Thursday ill 1612 California St. Everett, Wash., by 11. W. WATTS Editor and Manager Yearly subscription, $1; six months, >lV; throe months, Hoc; single copies, a cents. ... IN THE RUT Proletnria Mill has convinced us by some of his former writings that he has analyzed the capital" t system of wealth production, but after read ing his comment on our editorials he has convinced us that he does not ful ly understand "man" and be has fail ed to analyze the make-up of the members of society. If history has been recorded cor rectly in certain instances, we are in formed that when the news was first circulated to the effect that Steven son had built an engine that would, go with its own steam, that the wise people laughed and when it was ac tually seen in motion that they san! it would not stop. And hund...

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. — 15 March 1917

THE ~ - pv I" ,#^ |?Pi *f* irj|ll "W ff^f |P^ 1111 ffl/f% W*% MiT W®^ jjgjj OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HIE SOCIALIST PARTY OF *NO '< MISH AND STEVENS COUNT!US 5c per copy : $1.00 per your. UNIONISTS AND farmers PUSH CO-OPERATION Mutual Effort o Killer heir Conditions by (letting More for Their Efforts JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.; — The farmers' associations, tlie Stale Veil eration of Labor and the railroad brolhoi hoods are co-operating in pushing legislation designed to secure a more suitable share in the wealth produccl by the fanners and workers of the state. A joint commit'ce representing the three organizations directs attention to the farmers' revolt in North Dakota and the program for State owned grain elevators and storage warehouses which the Legislature elected by the organized farmers is pledged to put Into effect. In a circular outlining its aims, the joint committee says: "'•• take great pleasure in an nouncing tbat tlie two great forces in society—tke farmer and laboring man—have j...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 15 March 1917

Pastime Amusement Parlors 2<i pocket bilmaki) tables 22 SOLO card TABLES Cor. \\ etmore & Hewitt es., in Basement nUIESSLEIN & BECKER PAINTS & GLASS GOLDFINCH BROS.] Wall Papers, Paints, Glass 2812 Pucker Avenue Both Phones 286 v - . . -. -J PLUMBERS ~ R. VAN DYKE ) PLUMBING and HEATING 2811 Oakes Shop Phone (581 X; Res. 518 X ■> - ) WOOD FOREST WOOD 1 $2.50 per load, delivered. HEATER WOOD $2.00 per load, delivered. PHONE 377 X v. ; > ******* — ■!..--..- ■ — ■ . - —-——-. DRUGGISTS t \ CITY DRUG STORE 1910 HEWITT AYE. Free Delivery to any pari of the city. Ask for the Green Trading I" ■■'"■ ,! v. t DEBS itJ> £Lf J**^) v* C __~.; ITO WRITE FOR I ' "I PEARS OPTS ■ ..""-■ - t '„„.«, . .... ■C.'- * _rT ■ *'£- ~'-"■ '" ' S*2«*r, **:***.%<?y.**-*? »?jH-5 ns!au?-a_ii**__t'*-<S M3M&&aSK^^am^i y-l& 4*3'*'A i^€*fe~.. „ SgPK'lgl »* ' '" ¥____§ ;v; " * *¥^p**it-'*^i. * * ?,Sg£-*_sl f :■■>■. «--.-v * t?-'r>- ?, .-"*■ ::■ *v.ti_fe-"v rt it;"* ■:: -•...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 15 March 1917

SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY Cards will be inserted iv this col umn for the sum of fifty cents a month. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE SECRE* TARY.—Adolph li.riiur, HtM W«lt Madison St., Chicago, 111. STATE SECRET OF WASHING TON.— Klnil Herman, Box All, Kvoivtt, Wash. Of floe ;U4 Com mcroe Bldg.. Everett, SNOHOMISH COUNTY BECRE TARI A. 11. Hanson, Route No. 2, Hex H. East Stanwood, Wash. LOCAL EVERETT, No. 1 meets every Friday evening at 8 hi tho Forum, 1613 California St,, Everett K. H. Hodgins, fin.-sec; Tetor Husby, rec-sec; C. P. Morrison, organizer. LOCAL EDMONDS moots every Sun day wetting at 8, in Eagles' hall, Edmonds. Walter Recce, Edmonds, recording sii'.; B. n. Davis, Ed monds, financial Nt LOCAL MONROE meets on the Ist and 3rd Fridays in the month at 8 p. m. in the St. James hotel. R. W. Thompson, Monroe, sec.; W. S. Kel ler, Monroe ""janlzcr. LOCAL CED..V VALLEY, meets on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays in the month at S p. m. in the Cedar Val ley church. Richard Tape, R. F. D. Edmonds, sec...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 15 March 1917

V:\izx* Four Tho Northwest Worker Entered as second class matter March 9, ll>ll, nt the v*o-. toftica nt Everett, Washington, under lhe act of March ... i>. v IND. PHOXE ITS Published every Thursday *■** 1812 California St.. Everett, Wash., by 11. W. WATTS Editor and Manager Yearly subscription. St: six months, 50c; three mouths, 25c; single copies, 5 cents. v ' -a- ■■■"'- NEW PLANKS fohoi.d Tho 15th session nf the State Leg islature has adjourned and will go down in history as nun of tho most j irresponsible and reckless sessions this state has had. There is not a single bill outside nf j the Bank Guarantee law that will bo of interest to the workers of tho state. The sessinn appropriated nearly $21,000,000, which, if approved by the governor, will increase the tax levy. 50 per cent. It has bean a legislature working solely in the interest of tho 'capital ist class in whose interest ihe legis lators we . elected. No other kind j of legislation could be expected by the , worke...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 22 March 1917

_ «««— -' — - NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF SNOHOMISH AND STEVENS COUNTIES 6c per copy ; $1.00 per year. EUROPE LONGING FOR PEACE; WAR COSTS TOO HIGH An Uncensored Statement by a French Socialist Reveals Concealed Fails. The following statement printed in The Now York i'all was brought to America by underground moans and neither the name of the author or the method by -which it was obtained can be made public. BY "A FRENCH SOCIALIST." Briand, Lloyd George and others recognise the seriousness of the mili tary situation. The changes of govern ment in England and Prance are man ifestations of general discontent at the failure of military operations. Military blunders have been mount ins for two and one-half years. Every one in France is now anti-militarist. Peasants, clerks, workmen, Parisians, Bretons, soldiers from the invaded re gions, men from central and southern Franceall. In France 98 per cent of the sol diers and civilians want peacea lasting peace. ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 22 March 1917

I'ftjtu I've. mm a*. , www nn I ,4 * Pastime Amusement Parlors 26 POCKET BILLIARD TABLES 22 SOLO CARD TABLES Cor. Wetmore & Hewitt Ayes., in Basement DRIESSLEIN & BECKER PAINTS & GLASS GOLDFINCH BROS. Wall Tapers, Taints, Glass 2812 Rucker Avenue Roth Phonos 285 L .. ■ ... — —!- PLUMBERS I R. VAN DYKE 1 PLUMBING and HEATING 2SII Oakes Shop Phone IX; Res. 518 X »»- / !___ _ WOOD FOREST WOOD 1 $2.50 per load, delivered. HEATER WOOD $2.00 per load, delivered. PHONE 377 X k ) DRUGGISTS | * . CITY DRUG STORE 1910 HEWITT AYE. Free Delivery to any part of the city. Ask for the Green Trading Stamps. V i DE B S t- I TO WRITE FOR 1 , I PEARSON'S; £3s^Kjfc_&__?s¥*si2J__^ Wmfti i **&££i ■■■ *■-, W&&*§L, -*"■' . '■* ' ii»^. < *Bt> BmMfi\~' )Übl|K_j( £ ■■'.-• • . .*'-■ _*%•■ 7-i*>t j* W™mm^M"js?s&fe "Safees*- ' First article March number (on sale February 10th). Subject—Personal reminiscences of JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY PEARSON'S invited Debs , o become a cont...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 22 March 1917

I'hursii.u .'.Mmrh 2'i, l SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY Cards will be instiled in this col umn for the sum of fifty cuts n month. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE m i«k TARY.— \:.'.|>li Geimer, 803 Weil Madison St., Chicago, 111. STATE SECRETARY OF ASHING TON. — Emil Herman, l!ox 491, Everett, Wash. Office 31 Com mere* HUlg.. Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNTY SECRE TARY—Ai 11. Hanson. Route No, .', Box li, East Stanwood. Wash. LOCAL EVERETT, No. 1 meets ever} Friday evening at 8 in the Forum, 1612 California St., Everett K. II Hodgins, fin.-sec.; Peter Husby, rec.-sec.; C. P. Morrison, organizer. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun day evening at 8, in Eagles' hall, Edmonds. Walter Recce, Edmonds, recording sec; B. 11. Davis, Ed monds, financial sec. LOCAL MONROE meets on the Ist and 3rd Fridays in the month at 8 p. m. in the St. James hotel. K. W. Thompson, Monroe, sec; W. S. Kel ler, Monroe «"-«p_,ni_ter. LOCAL CEDAV VALLEY, meets on tho 2nd and 4th Saturdays in the month at 8 p. m. in the Cedar Val ley churc...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 22 March 1917

Rage Four * *m ■■» ** a The Northwest Worker Entered ns socou'd-clnss matter March '.'. 1911, at the postoffiee Everett, Washington, undo'- ' March 3, 187 i». IND PHON Published every 1 ISIS Cnbfornbi St., Eve 11. W. WATTS Editoi Yearly subscription. $1: sin months, 60c; three months, 26c; single copies, ** cents. c>v>;:.i,'.»»w>i ■ RUSSIA MAKES A CHANGE Russia has taken on a new form of government. A starving nation bad been rioting for four days. The Czar dei ed the Duma to adjourn. The Duma refused and turned upon the officials and threw them Into prison. The masses on the outside wanted a change so took sides with the Duma and the soldiers and sail ors followed suit. The Czar abdicat ed and now Russia is laying the foundation for a republic. The new republic will be modeled after the United States. They will become a free people, just as we are here. j They will have to retain their jails in order to place therein all who op- ; pose the new change for better con ditions...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 29 March 1917

n orthwest wo r? >;::: ■•: OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF SNOHOMISH AND STEVENS COUNTIES .">i' per copy ;:? I .00 per J ear. PETROGRAD FLIES COMMERCIAL CLUB FIENDISIINESS THE RED FLAG REVEALED IN TRACY CASE Workers and Soldiers Force Re actionaries To Declare Russia a Republic The hated red flag flies over the government and public buildings of the principal cities of Russia, All of the ministers of the new government with the exception of A. T. Kerenski, minis of justice, have dreaded a revolution. They did all in their pow er to prevent a revolution, but they were forced to submit, because the czar would not listed to their appeal to continue the sitting of the Duma. After the Czar abdicated they tried to save the monarchy by leaving one of the Romanoffs on the throne and making another of the dynasty his Regent. But they were forced to submit to the den;:; of the workers, and soldiers for a republic. The idea of the republic was made by the So cialists who have pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 29 March 1917

P&fft Two Pastime Amusement Parlors 26 POCKET BILLIARD TABLES 22 SOLO CARD TABLES Cor. Wetmore & Hewitt Ayes., in Basement DRIESSLEIN & BECKER PAINTS & GLASS GOLDFINCH UUOS.I Wall Papers, Paints, Glass 2818 Rucker Avenue Both Phones 285 V. • j i PLUMBERS R. VAN DYKE ] PLUMBING and HEATING 2811 Oakes Shop Phone G81X; Res. 51SX v ; ) WOOD FOREST WOOD I $2.75 per load, delivered. HEATER WOOD $2.00 per load, delivered. Phone: Red ">77 V 1 j DRUGGISTS / *\ CITY DRUG STORE 1910 HEWITT AYE. Free Delivery to any part of the city. Ask for the Green Trading Stamps. I / D I B~S C "I TO WRITE FOR I I PEARSON'S ift'^ftS^'' * ■ <4®&fl ''■egL^A'-'t'T-^smir" *. A_&p&gs i-K7r- -air *«ra§_j«/»lL& &* *^k> r-^Xflf t-", ■*& JkrH •j ** • - <»y3s& -js-t fin#fei ■ ._?:'■ ;.,:-■ •■■- ■■■:K.'^££S»''?i»r.".,'__,/ ■X-,„i *■* ' K^agSaEl .^■Paiir.y 4§ 7 §&&im - ■ '■*3"*'*^'sS V* ■■' ' -i- ; h*C~A'7'*» ■ -£SM!Z%*3 '"^* ___£*- M^^Stflfeflß First artic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 29 March 1917

Thursday. Man A**. 1017 SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY Cards will bo Inserted in tins col . utun for the ran of fifty cents a month. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE SIX UK TARY.— Adolph Germer, 803 West Madison St., Chicago, 111. STATE SECRETARY OF WASHING. TON.— Kind Herman, Box 41)1, Everett, Wash. Office 314 Com MUM Bldg., Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNTY SECRE TARY—A. 11. Hanson, Route No. 2, Box 8, East Stanwood. Wash. LOCAL ERECT, No. 1 meets every Friday evening at 8 in tbe Forum, 1618 California St., Everett. K. 11. llodtfins, fin.-sec; Fetor Husby, NC. MC.j C. P. Morrison, organizer. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun day evening at 8, in Eagles' hall, Edmonds. Walter Recce, Edmonds, recording sec; 11. 11. Davis, Ed monds, financial sec. LOCAL MONROE meets on the Ist and 3rd Fridays in the month at 8 p. in. in the St. James hotel. R. W. Thompson, Monroe, sec; W. S. Kel ler, Monroe, "•••xanizer. LOCAL CKD. V VALLEY, meets on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays in the month at 8 p. m. in the Cedar Val ley church. R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 29 March 1917

Ijiuro Font The Northwest Worker Entered as second-class matter March '.*, l.'l I, at the postoffiee at Everett, Washington, under iho act **( March :t. K7l), l\l> rHONE Bl ; • -i Published every Th..■■_■. :.. 1618 California St*., Hw. • . Wash., By 11 W. WATTS, Editor and Manager Yearly subscription, $1; six months, 50c; three months, 25c; single copies, 5 cents. •^H<», v.***' DOESN'T LIKE IT Our friend Reynolds does not like our idea of "jollying the workers" in order to gain their confidence and bat tor down the prejudice against Soc ialism, thus opening the way to a clear Understanding of socialism. In nine cases out of ton prejudice is the bul wark that we run up against in our endeavors to teach Socialism, and we claim that if that prejudice can be removed by working for the legislation uppermost in their minds, that we will get along much better with our mes sage of emancipation. Wo have gain ed the oar of millions by our anti war propaganda, but those millions are not ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 5 April 1917

TO [gay _ '■ ■ NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF SNOHOMISH AND STEVENS COUNTIES 5c per copy; $1.00 per year, CHILDREN HERDED IN FACTORIES Old Russia Slill Alive in En« land and American Romanofl i Will Keep it Green a-; fall in the English parlia ment Sir James Yoxall said: 'A large portion of our elementary school system is in ruins— I will not say as desolate as the ruins of Lou vain, but there is to some extent a likeness.' "In one area 17.000 children out of 41,000 children have been displaced from school because the buildings have been taken over for military purposes. Teachers have enlisted and government economies have low ered the efficiency of the schools; spe cial classes, evening lasses, medical inspection and free lunches, have been reduced or stopped. In some in stances some 500,000 children between 12 and l."> left school to enter industry in 1!>1">. or probably more than that in 1910. Between 150,000 and 200, --000 child ten 11 and 12 ...

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 April 1917

Page IV, the C^-OP JUST V WORD TO REMIND THE EVERETT READERS OF.THIS PAPER THAT THE CO-OPERATIVE STORE WILL TAKE OVER AN ESTABLISHED GROCERY BUSINESS AT THE LATTER PART OF THIS MONTH. Your financial co-operation BEFORE (he opening is desired. Send in your payments right away. The Everett Co-Operative Society 215 STOKES BUILDING PHONES: White 332. Blue ITS I ERE! WASHINGTON —a—an bbm—a—a tsaammmaaßaaammmaßacammmaa 1 Pastime Amusement Parlors 2G POCKET BILLIARD TABLES 22 SOLO CARD TABLES Cor. Wetmore & Hewitt Ayes., in Basement DRIESSLEIN & BECKER PAINTS & GLASS GOLDFINCH BROS. Wall Papers, Paints, Glass 2312 Rucker Avenue Both Phones 285 j \ PLUMBERS R. VAN DYKE PLUMBING and HEATING 2811 Oakes Shop Phone GSIX; Res. 518 X ' - ~ A WOOD | FOREST WOOD 1 $2.75 per load, delivered. HEATER WOOD $2.00 per load, delivered. Phone: Red 377 v.. , ! DRUGGISTS f _ CITY DRUG STORE 1910 HEWITT AYE. Free Delivery to any part of the city. Ask for the Green Trading ! Stamps. v j I ATTORNEYS...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 5 April 1917

Thnrsriny. April R, 1017 SOCIALIST PARTY DIRECTORY Cards will he inserted in this col umn for tho sum of fifty cents a month, NATIONAL EXECUTIVE SECRE TARY^ Vdolpll Conner, BOS West Madison St., Chicago, 111. STATE SECRETARY OF WASHING TON.— Emil Herman, Box 491, Even Wash. Office 314 Com merce Bldg., Everett. SNOHOMISH COUNTY BECRE TARY—A. 11. Hanson; Route No. 2, Box (>, East Stanwood. Wash. LOCAL EVERETT, No. 1 meets every Friday evening at S in the Forum, 1612' California St., Everett, K. 11. Hodgins, fin.-sec.; Peter Husby, rac sec; C. P. Morrison, organiser. LOCAL EDMONDS meets every Sun day evening at 8, in Eagles' hail, Edmonds. Walter Kccce, Edmonds, recording sec; B. 11. Davis, Ed- ads, financial tec. LOCAL MONROE meets on the Ist and 3rd Fridays in '.lie month at 8 p. m. in th.- St. James hotel. R. \v. Thompson, Monroe, sec; W. S. Kel ler, Monro* ;ai_i..er. LOCAL CED..V VALLEY, meets on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays in the month at S p. m. in the Cedar Val ley church. Rich...

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