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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 11 December 1913

Vngo Two. COMRADES! IT PAYS TO PATRONIZE COMMONWEALTH ADVERTISERS! Pastime Amusement Parlors for good times Wetmore and Hewitt Driesslein & Becker JUST OUT— Late edition of Allan 1.. Benson's "The Truth About Socialism," in paper cover. "The very clear, st ami Olevereet of all." —Eugene V. Debt, Mailed postpaid for 30c in coin or stamps or given free with one copy of "The Call of the Carpenter" for $1.20. Address FRED A. LIVIN Box No. 353, North Yakima, Wash. Both Phones 1182 1515 Hewitt Aye. ROEWERT'S CAFE •A PLACE OF GOOD EATS" Whore you get the highest standard of quality at popular prices We Use a Perfect Blend of Mocha and Java Coffee Weiser's Grill A Good Place To Eat VV. J. WEISER, Prop. Excellent Meals and Lunches at DAD LISK'S 2915 GRAND Moderate Charges BLUE POINT CAFE C. Vlachot, Prop. Best Merchants' Lunch at 26c. Quick Serrlce. 2010 Hewitt Are. Phone 7SSZ FOR A GOOD TIME GO TO Pete's Place, 1904 Broadway ALL THE BOYS WILL BE THERE i AmERICAIN DYE WORKS ♦ S. ROBINSON...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 11 December 1913

Thui-.l >, !'■■■ •■■■ '■■ '- 11. 1"! ! December Notice Sale id on hand when the doors open and get your Choice of the great bargains. Cut out this coupon. It Is worth money to you. COUPON |r;."»s°ij Jig* 3 HEWITT "' •"• GOOD UNTIL DECEMBER 29th ■i LARGEST SELECTIONS—LOWEST PRICES . M. MEIER, Proprietor. HATS ALMOST GIVEN AWAY ♦4>v\w^- + r Everett Liquor Co. jj Corner Hewitt and Riicker x I / EVERETT, WASH I | Wholesale, Retail and Family Trade % I" i I 1 No guess but absolute certainty about the purity ami * y quality of the goods sold by the Everett Liquor Co. X Prompt delivery to all parts of the city. Phone nml mail § i given courteous and prompt attention. the purity and |> quality of t!n> goo^a sold by the Everett Liquor 00. % Prompt delivery to all parti of the city. Phone and mail f orders given courteous and prompt attention. I I Sunset 530—PHONES—Ind. 1155 I \\ The City Grocery Staple ana F»ncy Groceries, Flour, Feed, Produce, Etc. Both Phones m 3410-11 Everett ...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 11 December 1913

Gliji> (!lommmuiu>altlj Entered as s«s-otul i'Um matter March 0, 1911, nt the poatoffice *t Kverett. Washington, under the net of March 3, IS7!>. Telephones: Sunset 761, Ind. 478Z > Published every Thursday by tke Commonwealth Publishing Co., 1612 California Street. Everett.* Washington. Editor and Manager: M.iyn.ird Shipley. Mailing Forca: TIIIU Roedar, Helen Roeder, Gertrude Cort. Bookkeeper and Clerk: Addle Kosb.ib. Advertising Solicitor: Letel«la Fye. Yearly subscription $1.00 Six months •"' Three, months _._ '-'•; Single copies . --- -OS WORKERS OF [EVERETT IN COMATOSE CONDITION MANY SOCIALISES FAILED TO REGISTER Last Saturday afternoon the work ins class of Everett took their own moral and intellectual measure. The declared by their ballots that an in ferior social position and continued economic servitude and dependence are still good enough for them. And they ought to know. Only 419 votes were cast for com rade Al. Roeder, and 414 for comrade Theodore Boer. Socia...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 18 December 1913

The Socialist Movement —The organisation of the working clam, politically and Industrial ly, for the purpose of capturing the power* of government and Instituting the working class as the ruling class. fa per copy. $1.00 per jew. HERE A GOOD ONE ECONOMICS IN OUR STATE UNI VERSITY. .lust to show what We mean by an educated fool, 1 wish to relate a lit tie incident. , I.ast summer while unloading ber ries for shipment from my ranch in Gig Harbor, a well dressed stranger t stepped up and with the usual feigned interest of the parasite class in the welfare of the honest producers and workers, began to question me about i my fruit crop. 1 Informed him that owing to the glutted condition of the market I would clear up about 65c a j day for my time. That some of my neighbors had let whole fields of fine berries rot.'*•''" He replied that he could not under stand that unless it might be explain ed on the theory of "overproduction." "Now, stranger." said 1. "just as soon as I hear you make a...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 18 December 1913

l"wo Pastime Amusement Parlors for good times Wetmore and Hewitt Dricsslcin & Becker JUST OUT — edition of Allan L, Benson's "The Truth About Socialism," in paper cover. "The very clearest and cleverest of all." — Eugene V. Debs. Mailed postpaid for 30c in coin or stamps or given free with one copy of "The Call of the Carpenter" for $1.20. Address FRED A. LIVIN Box No. 353, North Yakima, Wash. Both Phones 1182 1515 Hewitt Aye. ROEWERT'S CAFE "A PLACE OF GOOD EATS" Where you get the highest standard of quality at popular prices ) We Use a Perfect Blend of Mocha and Java Coffee I O.K. Coffee House I I THE PLACE FOR PURE FOOD PRODUCTS AND PRICES THAT 1 I ARE RIGHT i I,£ 1302 1-2 HEWITT, COR. GRA^ND , , | —^^—i •♦♦•»♦•♦♦♦•»•♦♦♦••••»♦♦♦» ' Weiser's Grill i! The Maize II A Good Place To Eat ]; at^ t> ;: W. J. WEISER, Prop. <. f J^ JH jij \ ! . .. . ....,,,. i H GOFORTH, Proprietress \ Excellent Meals and Lunches at |J [ ', , DAD LISK'S >' EVERETT'S POPULAR !! ' 2915 GRAND <...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 18 December 1913

ThnrmU>, IVcombiT Is 191:1 December Notice Sale Be on hand when the doom opon and get your choice of th<> groftt bnrgnlns. Cut out tins coupon. It la worth money to you. COUPON Kix.-ti on pur . ll|T|l,T»4fni> flfflHlfl x'" "" '"" chase nmount- Jlj|}«jj[rLsll jftM,'^*wUnjll>_Sr* * ■''■""" nmounl over."'' or -*^*^T! HEWITT Vor ßove°r. $17.7T) 1812 HEWITT GOOD UNTIL DECEMBER 29th Special price* on Men's Union Made Suits and Overcoats, Cr«v enette Coats reduced from $5 to $10. LARGEST SELECTIONS— LOWEST PRICES M MEIER, Proprietor HATS ALMOST GIVEN AWAY Everett Liquor Co. Corner Hewitt and R\icker EVERETT. WASH. Wholesale, Retail and Family Trade No guess but absolute certainty about the purity and quality of the goods sold by the Everett Liquor Co. Prompt delivery to nil parts of the city. Phone and mail orders given courteous and prompt attention. Sunset 530—PHONES— 1155 The City Grocery Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour, Feed, Produce, Etc. Both Phone* m 3410-ia Everett...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 18 December 1913

®lir (Hommmunraltlt Kutou.l «.* second clou tier March '.». I'll, at Iho postf»ffi«*! >1 Kvi'M'tt. Washington, nmjor i!ie act «•' Mnrch >. is."" 'IVlrpl.t'ni's: Sunset iT'l, lv.i I l'uMishod >.m-\ .Thursday by tin* Commonwealth Publishing Co., ifilS rjtlifnrnia_Stf . M Washington „ Editor and Manager: Mayncird Shipley. Mailing r«rc»: Tithe Roeder, Helen Rordar, Qtrtrvdt Con. Bockk««p«r inn Clerk Addl* Kotbab. Advertising Solicitor: Ltttlcla Fy«. Yearly irulwcription ....................................----H'** Six months .... . . . -M Thrf* months . -. - - -25 Single copies . .. . . . Oft CAPITALIST TRICKERY AND "PROGRESSIVE" FRAUD Your bourgeois politician Is noth ing if not a hypocrite. Sometimes, al so. he is a phrase monger. A man without a conscience is often a facile paragrapher. Ami be dotes on antithe tical phrases that means nothing in particular, but tickle the ears of his unthinking victims. The mob loves I demagogue—for a while. Ami for a while only. They have a...

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

The Socialist Movement —The organization - working claw, politically and Industrial K. for the purpose of capturing the powers of government and Instituting the working class as the ruling class. I per copy. $1.00 per year. Capitalist System Is Breaking Down Fast-Big Army Of Jobless Seen In Every City THE ONE REAL ATHEISM Bj GEORGE IV HERRON Thoro can be no true understanding of Socialism apart from the recognition thut society, by the \\stem of social production for private profit, is divided into two classes, engaged in perpetual \\ar with each other; one a producing and the other an exploiting class. Substantially slated, the preteni organization of the world is in order that a com paratively few may compel the labor of the nianv, and ap propriate its bruits. Existing political institutions have no other end than this private leisure of social production, over and above the lowest scale of living which labor can ho coerced into accepting. That the capitalist works, does, not argu...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 1 January 1914

Vugc Two. Pastime Amusement Parlors for good times Wetmore and Hewitt Driesslein & Becker JUST OUT— edition of Allan L. Benson's "The Truth About Socialism," in paper cover. "The very clearest and cleverest of '—Eugene \ . Debs. Mailed postpaid for 30c In coin or stamps or given free with one copy of "The Call of the Carpenter" for $1.20. Address FRED A. LIVIN Box No. 353, North Yaklma, Wash. We Wish to Thank Common wealth Readers for Their Generous Patronage During the past year, and we shall strive even harder to please our many Socialist patrons during the year 1914. CARL A. SCHLETTWEIN, Mgr. The Maize Cafe EVERETT'S POPULAR RESTAURANT Mrs. F. H. Goforth, Proprietress. ... . • o ■11 ; Have Tour Notary Public Weiser s Grill ; *•*»-.* « Good Place To Eat \ '"""" W. J. WEISER, Prop. * IWO Hewitt \ Excellent Meals and Lunches at j, ENGESET & GTJERE DAD LIBK'S I lawyers 01 c GRAND I" Dorchester Block 2115 GRAND Phones: S. S. 746, Ind. BOX Moderate Charges . ►♦♦♦»e»»»»e»ee»»»ee...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 1 January 1914

ThuradAy, -^innary 1. I'Ml TODAY'S STYLES TODAY eHIBS33 c EinaiiEH^ I 1812 HEWITT sU our Spring Goods in the windows ' A Everett Liquor Co. | L Corner Hewitt and Rucker | I EVERETT, WASH. | |\ Wholesale, Retail and Family Trade | No guess but absolute certainty about the purity and % quality of the goods sold by the Everett Liquor Co. 1 Prompt delivery to all parts of the city. Phone and mail £ orders given courteous and prompt attention. • * I Sunset 530—PHONES—Ind. 1155 | . The City Grocery Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour, Feed, Produce, Etc. Both Phone* xxx 34">-n Everett Avenue JOHNSON & IILJENBBRG ♦ IMtttMHtttttittttttt'"****'*'****'****"'*'**; i Sunset 11S3 Independent 107Y <; Thos. McNeely & Son i! Proprietor* of th» Star Grocery • • Staple and Fancy Groceries ij $007 Hewitt Aye. Everett, Waeh. | ; MEADOWMOOR DAIRY Milk 7c per qt.—Buttermilk 10c per i gal. —Sweet Cream 35c per quart. — | Everything in the dairy line at prices lower than you have been in the ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 1 January 1914

Ullir Uloinmmmtraltlj Entered M second-obus matter March 0, 1911, nt the postoffica KTorctt Washington, under the net of March I. 1873 Telephones; .iim'l ,l'.|. Itul. 478 Z. Published every Thursday by the Commonwealth Publishing Co., 1612 California Street, Everett, Washington, Editor and Manager: Mayn.trd Shipley. Mailing Force: Tlllle Roeder, Helen Roeder, Gertrude Cort. Advertising Solicitor: Leteltla Fy». Yearly subscription $1.00 Six months ; -50 Thro* months — ."5 Single copies ''■■ TO COMRADES WHO ARE IN EARNEST. You comrades who know that we are taking the ri^hi stand on the difficult social, economic, and tactical problems of the hour, and those who are :is \et but sympathisers; you are all earnestlj invited to do all in your power to secure moral and financial support for the Commonwealth, \o\\ ' It is imperative that those w !u> realise the ■iv.it value of a So eialisi paper with ;i dear-cut proletarian attitude, backed bj the requisite breadth of view and sound knowl...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 8 January 1914

The Socialist Movement- Th* organisation of the working clan, politically and Industrial ly, tor th« purpose of capturing th« powers of government and Instituting the working class as the ruling class. &c p«r c»pv $1 00 per year. CAPITALIST ANARCHISTS MAKE AN ATTEMPT ON LIFE OF MOVER. President of Western Federation of Miners Shot and Driven from St.itc, The Stan and stvjpes were not oil ob m Michigan! on Deosmne* H. tdherenta trampled under foot ail that is referred to ly SOhOOI children oa Flag Day, wherf armed "patriots" invaded the slSßptng apartment of President Charles H. Moyer of tke Western Federation of Miners and as sauited. frightfully beat, and almost fatally wounded him by a bullet from an upholder of "law and order ." Moyer tells the story of his experi ence in the following words: "Orangteer Tanner sad I were in our room in the Scott hotel, at Han cock. Sheriff Crate called, lto de manded that we accept for the federa tion the funds the Citizens' Alliance had coll...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 8 January 1914

T\\ o Patronize Commonwealth 1 Advertisers TO COMRADES WHO ARE IN EARNEST. Too oomradea who know thai we arc firing tht right stand on iho difficult toeial, economic, and taotieal problema of tlu> hour, and thoM wln> arc as yet bul sympathiien ; jrou arc all earnestly invited to do all in your power to secure moral and finnucinl support for the Commonwcaltli. NOW ! It is Imperative that those who realize the great value of a Bo cialisi paper with ■ cleuscul proletarian attitude, backed by the requisite breadth of view and sound knowledge of Marxian economies. should rally to our support. We need your hearty assistance this very week! Will you not make an extra effort ;it once to secure ■ few new subscribers to the Commonwealth 1 Ami do it with the feeling that you are doiiiLr the man or woman you approach a favor, not that he or she is conferring a favor upon you. If you can't gel a year's sub scription, take fifty cents for six months. Or, as a last resort, take ten cents for...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 8 January 1914

Thunuln). .Inn mr\ <. Ml TODAY'S STYLES TODAY 1812 HEWITT * WINTER GOODS MUST BE CLOSED OUT. WE HAVE STARTED TO OBT IN SPRING GOODS AND The City Grocery SUplt and Fancy Orocmioa, FKmii, Tmt, PrAdac*, Btc. Both Phone* in 3410-is £v»ratt Avenue JOHNSOK li 1.0 nOTBEJK} •unset 11M Thos. McNeely & Son r ropf !• tors ©v w# Vltf wcooocy Staple and Fancy Groceries $007 Hewitt Aye. NEADOWMOOR DAIRY Milk 7c per qt. —Buttermilk 10c per gal.—Sweet Cream 35c per quart.— Everything in the dairy line at prices lower than you have been in the habit of paying. 1916 Hewitt Avenue Werftberg Grocery Staple and Fancy Groceries Phcnes 342 2933 Broadway We Give Green Trading Stamps EVERETT, WASH. PULT-OST AND DRY MUTTON. TRY THESE. AT EIDEM'S GROC ERY. 2709 LOMBARD. THTJESON GROCERY 00. Agent Dr. Fahrnoy Medicines Groceries, Flour, Feed, Fruit and Vegetables 1209 Hewitt Avenue Phones: Ind. 14X, Sunset 136« Good Groceries at NEVILLE & STUMFALL 1901 Broadway Phones: Sunset 214, Ind. 592 KITTLESON...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 8 January 1914

(Hljr (llomnunuuntltli Entered as secoml-cbisn matter March 9, 1911, nt Uia potto M I'vc-.f Washington, under tin* net of March 'A. 1879. Telephones i Sunset 761, 111.1 478 Z. _ < • ' —— — '"' Published every Thursday by the Commonwealth Publishing Co., 1612 California Street, Everett, Washington X Editor and M.-ma . Maynard Shipley. Advertising Solicitor: l' «). Crosby. Mailing Force: Tillie Boeder, Helen Rocder, Gertrude Cor( . Yearly subscription $1.00 Six months -p0 Thrt* months -' «8B Single copies •"" HIGH PRICES OR LOW PRICES, THE WORKERS GET THE COST OF LIVING ONLY. In the days Of Soaring prices it Is well to remember the terrible days Of Cleveland's second administration when prices were \er\ low. Hut «hat benefit was that "reduced cost of Bi ing to the wage workers?" They had a mighty hard time get ting the "low price" of a bare exist ence. The wages Of the workers always follow the curve of the rise and fall in the cost of their necessities. When prices go up, wages go...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 15 January 1914

The Socialist Mt»«m»n»-Th» orfanliatJon of MM working else*), politically and Industrial It. ft «»« purp««* «f c«»turln« th» power* of gnrrnniNil and Instituting th« werklnf cUm as th« ruling ela**. Si p*r ««w «UM pm >— * Regular Socialist Party of Seattle Heeds Assistance of Membership AN APPEAL TO OUTSIDE COM RADES. Comrades: Seattle, the political arena of the Yellows ami the regular Socialist part}-. Is again overshadowed by an other political storm. \Vi\ the members, ol Socialist party, hop* tO establish our inprMDM] with out abuse or villification upon any imon or poUticaJ party Mrf without any ulterior motives whrusoe\ or. Tho actions of the Socialist party are guided by our national and state constitutions and our object in view is none other thau the enlightenment and education of tho masses in thin.es pertaining to our Social System and the method by which it is perpetuated and iwverned. The recast riots wherein the Social ists Of BoattUl ha.l their property, in cluding...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 15 January 1914

1.-!-.-. l'\\ 0 Patronize Commonwealth Advertisers DO YOU USE ANYTHING IN THE MUSIC LINE? IF YOU DO. WHY NOT BUY AT THE Everett Music I House Wo cad furnish you with anything in Sacred or Classic Music at regular prices. Popular songs, waltzes, two-steps, 15c or 7 for $1.00. Violin strings tho best that money can buy; also mandolin, guitar and banjo strings. Violins, Mandolins and Guitars from $5.00 up. Write for catalogue. We pay postage or express to any part of the state. R. H. HODGINS, Prop. 2932 Colby Aye. Phone Ind. 128 PASTIME Amusement Parlors FOR GOOD TIMES Wetmore and Hewitt Driesslein & Becker .■.■■.•■'. FOR A GOOD TIME GO TO Pete's Place, 1904 Broadway ALL THE BOYS WILL BE THERE AMERICArN DYE WORKS S. ROBursoN * son }&}s&£&. LEADIHQ cleaners awd 3*121 Wttm.re |583j15, * DYXKS i Phonal 34* *>ij%&t/!^ GEM DYE WORKS , Our SPECIAL price of $1.00 per suit for either steam or dry cleaning and the excellent quality of the work, superior in many in stances...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 15 January 1914

ill .-• Innunn 15, I'M I TODAY'S STYLES TODAY )IltlsalLiJl*»t«EliililJ t , 1812 HEWITT - WINTER GOODS MUST BE CLOSED OUT. WE HAVE STARTED TO GET IN SPRING GOODS AND NEED THE ROOM. The City Grocery Btepte and r»nfv Ciectiivs, Fl«ur, Feed, Pradace, Etc. Botk Pliraea in 3410-11 Rratctt Arenas JOHNSON & ll'-MHKKi; •unset 11*3 Independent 107Y Thos. McNeely & Son Proprietor* of the Bt»r Grocery Staple and Fancy Groceries SOO7 Hewitt Aye. Everett, Wash. MCADOWMOOR DAIRY Milk 7c per nt.—lluttcrmilk 10c pa pal.— Sweet Cream 35c per quart. — Everything In the dairy line at prices lower than you have been in the habit of paying. 1916 Hewitt Avenue We^tberg Grocery Staple and Fancy Groceries Phonea 342 2933 Broadway We Give Green Trading Stamps EVERETT, WASH. PULT-OST AND DRY MUTTON. TRY THESE. AT EIDEM'S GROC ERY. 2709 LOMBARD. THUESON GROCERY CO. Agent Dr. Fahrnoy MsdieJnaa Groceries, Flour, Feed. Fruit and Vegetables 1209 Hewitt Avinut Phones: Ind. 14X, Sunset ISM Good Groceries at ...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 15 January 1914

®ltr (Eommmmtraltlj Entered h* n0...ml cLium matter \Ureb. 9, 1911, ni the \<o*l«ttwr M Kwvtt Washington, un.t.T th« act of March ii 1871). Telephones: Suit** 761, lad, 47b'Z. '-: I'uMisli.xi every ThurwU/ by th« Commbawealtb Publishing Co., 1612 C-ahfwrnia Stive*. Bvorott* Wmhiugton. Editor and Manager: Maynard Shipley. Advertising Solicitor: F. O. Crosby. ■tailing Force: Tillie Roeder, Helen Roeder, Gertrude Port.. Ttmriy Hiil>wrij»li«n $!••• Six nionthti •■• TW«« months •*• 0u»«4o copies '9* WHY THE PRODUCERS ARE POOR AND JOBLESS. With from five to iMs;lit million men an.l women In the United states poor, hungry, ill-clad, homeless, one cannot i>ui ask the plain u^rlit question of the rulers and their educators, Why art your wage-slaves hungrj and homeless and jobless 1 Bx-Preaideni Taft, with characteristic frankness, said thai he didn't know why, nor could he suggesi any remedy. Other politicians are more hypocritical and make replies and apologies in harmony with the ...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 22 January 1914

Th« ftacl«lla« Mt»tm»nt--Tli» • rfanlutUn Of tit* »»fki»| cI«M. •alltloally and ln4««tH«l U. far Mm purp«*» •( caplurlnj ih* p«war« «f government and Instituting th« warding claaa at the ruling cWiaa M per copy. M per y«*r. TI IBER WORKERS TO WORK UGH T HOURS DAILY BE GINNING MAY FIRST. WILL NOT WAIT FOR EIGHT- HOUR BILL SOON TO GO BE FORE PEOPLE OF STATE. Convention I* Unanimous; Minimum Wage of $2.25 Per Day Agreed On. By a unanimous roll call vote the International Union of Shingle Weav ers, Sawmill Workers and Woodsmen, on Thursday, of last week, decided to demand an eight-hour day in the mills \ and clamps of the state- of Washington on Xay 1. At the same time It was agreed to fix the minimum wage at $2.25) per day. . This virile action was taken at the annual convention held at Aberdeen last week, one of the most enthusias tic gatherings of timber workers ever convened in this state. It was believed that the resolution ■would provoke a lengthy debate and that final action prob...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
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