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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 17 May 1917

mom tf l Jgj p"l* mcc t r e-.ee :c : c me I* !__*_ 'r\m. 7 *|PBKi— ;*THWES7 WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTI OF SNOHOMISH AM) STEVENS COUNTIES 5c per copy; $1.00 per year. FARMERS AGAIN . BUNCOED by "OLD PARTIES « Tmp Set by the House of Morgan Catches Farmers—Wealth Concentrates Into Lover Hands (By 11. L. Loucks) Tn re The Great Conspiracy cf the House of Morgan, in part. Prior to tho 1012 campaign, the one great political issue was tho discrim ination against agriculture ir, the rate cf tax, or interest, charged for the .; c of that public utility called money. So important was it considered t! at all Europe and tho civilized world was .searched at great public expense to get such information as v.-. u'.ii enable us speedily to solve the j pioblem. The two dominant parties vied with each other in their seal to get and give the information, and in promises ! that, if given tho mandate, they would immediately enact such legislation as would place agriculture upon an equ...

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. — 17 May 1917

P*S» Two L-i .■ ■ ! ■!■■■!■- C OCjo'*" 1- i M-MBBfc—M psssass S——l ■«»*■■ »*-*» '* HARDWAK '. . I ~ If Lawn and liifti^i Seeds, Garden n" .. A complete lute of everything .mi may »• REX UME-SULPHI 5 Gallons or more, pel Gallon Black Leaf "40" tJI'UM'.-J.—■ ■■"■ " . •*• — •'• Pastime i W'\e m * 3 i-. SI 26 POCKET BILLIARD TABLES 22 SOLO CARD TABLES | j | Cor. Wetmore & Hewitt Ayes.; in Basement n DRIESSLEI! & BECKER I Satisfaction > ■■•-.:■ :'. ~-■ i. .: Weight snd Qu • - Mi i FAMILY ICE v Ul3 -•> OKUfcl! -'-•' ' T [j MEADO.WMO'ORDXj ft 8 Hewitt j ts_-M__-a-__-c- sioassass-i&xa —————— EVERETT MUSI 2936 COLBY AYE. KSTK< UKULELES $15 WOLDBROTIII ; WESTLI" Nineteenth and B • Sunset 357 I n't? High School Grocery Both Phones 1166. 25 Ih .- '. . ■'.■ EIDEM'S GROCEI 2J09 Lombard. Sun. 330. Irid. !T7>. ' ■ Kittleson Grocery Co. Good Things to Eat 1701 Wetmore Aye. Phones: Ind. 47; Sunset 1540. f > EDW. ECKLUND Fancy and Staple Groceries Phones 328 2707 Wetmore ■_ ...

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. — 24 May 1917

■ ~: -- — ■- — — . rur . . _ __ _ ■ fl UT! X*« '" '-■:■'*. *'•''".l".,'-.* -** '- ' »•«-"**"•- .'••■ mm ■m. ,mm. NORTHWEST WORKER OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF SNOHOMISH AND STEVENS COUNTIES scjkx copy; $1.00 per year. TWO ARRESTED FOR SEDITION Opponents of Conscription Measure Not Yet a Law (barged With Treason—More Arrests to Follow Aaron Fislermnn, secretary of'the King County Socialist organization, and R. A. Rice, manager of a clean ing and dyeing concern, were arrest ed by United States secret service of ficials and are lodged in the Pierce county jail, in lieu of bail, on charges of conspiracy to violate sections 6 and 211 of the federal penal code, growing out of their alleged partici pation in the distribution of 20,000 copies of a seditious circular throughout the residence districts of Seattle last Sunday week. The circular complained of is as follows: No Conscription! No Involuntary Servitude! No Slavery! "Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a...

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. — 24 May 1917

'• fagoTSw'.'" CtIRRAN fe WAR LJfrWfy ■■Mt—■— im ■»i —I —PI i-iib-vo, mii; ,m—o~t**.* r-■*>. ** * l *~" \Ti , HARDWARE. FOR LESS' ymmmnmni GUARANTEED H GARDEN HOSE I '. in. Cotton Hose in 50 ft. length $-1.50 Vx in. Cotton Hose in 50 ft. length $5.00 !i in. Rubber Hose, for 50 ft $5.50 % in. Rubber Hose. Tor 50 ft. ."'..... stXfio WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF SCREEN DOORS Adjustable Window Screens 25c to bib LAWN MOWERS 15.50, $11.00, $6.50 Pastime Amusement Parlors 26 POCKET BILLIARD TABLES 22 SOLO CARD TABLES Cor. Wetmore & Hewitt Ayes., in Basement DRZESSLEIN & BECKER -_-_-_w--MMeßowg^wHaw«--_H-----afii.aar-"an.»iaavi»tyiiuiiauia' -aea ;^^^T* - ' "' " ' "I ■' *mmm ■ m me ———WB -3-gSJSB-gJBI _t*r?.SJ^j;. te*U*l2JE_mZ£it_Ct*Atttawm BEST BUTTER IN THE CITY Satisfaction Guaranteed ir Your Money turned. Weight and Quality, Our Motto, FAMILY ICE CREAM ORDERS OUR SPECIALTY MEADOWMOOR DAIRY STORE, liUS Hewitt aaaaaaamamammmmmrammtwmwtsai. ..***.***.. s-._-_ ....-ai m*s\mex—T*—*e...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 31 May 1917

THE NORTHWEST WORKER 5c per copy; $1.00 per year. FINISH OF WAR OR REVOLUTION Chicago Examiner Believes War In Europe Must End This Year Or People Will Rebel In one of the most remarkable edi torials of these times, entitled "Why We Believe the European Govern ments Must Either Make Peace This Year or Face Universal Revolution of the Peoples," the "Chicago Ex aminer" editorially predicts the etui of the war inside tin- year. The editor takes the i. S. Govern ment to task for appointing Root to head the Russian commission de- | claring he will be as welcome in Rus sia as would Balfour at a gathering of United Irishmen, and failing to note the changes which have taken place in European governments. / In part, says the editorial: "We can excuse the private citizen, but it is amazing that men who are haled as statesmen cannot see what is go ing or: before their eyes; cannot see that Europe of 1013 has vanished as j completely as Europe of the dark ages; cannot see that the proletarians ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 31 May 1917

**;««• Twn WOLD BROTHERS & WESTLUND Nineteenth ami Broadway Ssuuwl 357 Ind. 315 High School Grocery Uatb Phonal 1166. 25th & Colby EJDEM'S GROCERY 2JC¥ Lombard. Sun. 3:10, Ind. 477 X Kittleson Grocery Co. Good Things to Eat 1701 Wetmore Aye. F&iorw. lad. -17,; Sunset 1540. EDW. ECKLUND Fisjocy and Staple Groceries Phones 528 2707 Wetmore Thucson Grocery Co. Agent Dr. Fahrncy Medicines . 209 Hewitt Aye i Phones; Ind. MX, Sunset 1336 ~ , J - ' > "-\ Charles L. Lindblad Staple and Fancy Groceries, ZFruits, Flour, Hay and Feed -■t—m 1064, Ind. 465 X. Lowell, Wash. C. M. STEELE Grocery and Confectionery _*_£ always fresh. Least possible prices. PACIFIC AND GRAND Westberg Grocery Staple and Fancy Groceries Phones 312 2933 Broadway EVERETT, WASH. WEBER'S GRILL 1617 Hewitt Aye. A Good Place to Eat H. J. WEISER, Prop. UNION OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE CARL ERICKSON, Prop. We Cater to the Working Men 1717 Va Hewitt Avenue ALL WHITE HELP HOME COOKING and good eats at the MOTEL EMPIRE ...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 31 May 1917

Thursday. May tti. t!»17. Call for Royal Bread AT YOUR GROCERS Mad,- at VIENNA BAKERY B. F. Daniels -. . . . ——^^— AT YOUR SERVICE RAPID AUTO EXPRESS Little Red Motor Truck Stand at Corner Hoyt and Hewitt Phones: Black .111. .Main 314. Residence Phone, Blue 745 EBERT TRANSFER Let Is Do Your TRANSFER WORK Stand: Corner Hewitt <& Colby House Phone: Ind. 296 X Carpets Cleaned Scoured, sized, re-made and laid PAGE & LAUGHTON FURNITURE CO. 2802-4 Rucker Roth Phones GO TO THE LITTLE BRICK MEAT MARKET . Fresh and Smoked Meats 1809 Hewitt . Phone White 677 SAMPLE" ' SHOE CO. For Men For Women WE SAVE YOU DOLLARS ON EVERY PAIR UPSTAIRS Next to Star Theatre 1806 Hewitt Aye., Everett OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shoeman Fifteen Years in Everett Cor. Hewitt and Wetmore If you want to save money on good Working-men's Shoes Go to FRANK'S PLACE 1118 Hewitt / i ,^ Loudon's Shoe Shop 2010 Hewitt Next to Broadway Theatre) SHOE REPAIRING Work Guaranteed » mi ...„ -* & American' '**$...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 31 May 1917

Page Four The Northwest Worker Entered as second-class matter March 9, 1911, at the postoffice at Everett, Washington, under the set of Mai 3, 1879. IND. PHONE BLUE 478 Published every Thursday nt 1612 California St., Everett, Wash., By H. W. WATTS, Editor and Manager Yearly subscription, $1; six months, 60c; three months, 25c; single copies, 6 cents. Jrm_*f^*tS3^_ REGISTER The opportunity provided by the "Selective Conscription" bill, to spec ify one's claims to exemption from military service should not be miss ed by* those who desire to state their * objection to the service on conscientious grounds. The "Con scientious Objector SHOULD REG ISTER, FORMALLY CLAIMING EXEMPTION ON THE REGISTRA TION BLANK ON THE GROUNDS THAT HIS CONSCIENCE WILL NOT PERMIT HIM TO KILL EVEN FOR THE STATE. If selected for service after tak ing this action, THEN is the time to REFUSE YOUR SERVICES if it interferes with your conscience. PASSPORT TAKEN RY U. S. SECRET POLICE Boris Reinstine, an American cit...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 7 June 1917

THE NORTHWEST WORKER 5c per copy ; $1.00 per year. Ml CONSCRIPT WEALTH FIRST . SAYS WAITERS President of Canadian Trades and Lahor Congress Sets Forth Attitude of Labor The attitude taken by the Cana dian Trades and Labor Congress was Well stated by J. C. Walters, presi dent of the congress, in his address to the General Committee of the Coun- 1 cil of National Defense at Washing-! ton, D. C, recently. He said: "Our position in Canada is that material wealth must be conscripted before man power is conscripted. That we insist upon. But nave hail" no such co-operation from the im- , perial government as is reported here \ today by the English delegates. I have personally cabled to Premier Lloyd George, and our Canadian ; premier has cabled him at my re- j quest, asking that the British muni- I tions board in Canada require some safeguards for the condition- of la-i bor, in its munition contracts. Thus far we have been ignored. "Time after time the workers of Canada have been almost at...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 7 June 1917

gageTwp WOLD BROTHERS & WESTLUNI) Nfcrwteenth and Broadway ■ Sanset 357 Ind. 3i5 Hsgli School Grocery J Bfeii- £h 1168. 25th & Colby EIDEMS GROCERY 2»*.* JLnmbard. Sun. 330, Ind. 477 X Kittleson Grocery Co. 1 <Good Things to Eat 701 Wetmore Aye. ! 1:%.»3»ei: J nd. 47; Sunset 1540. iSDW. ECKLUND Ksaicy and Staple Groceries IThMiil 828 2707 Wetmon Thucson Grocery Co. iijtent Dr. Fahrney Medicines 1209 Hewitt Aye ii*hones^ md. 14X, Sunset 1356 (Charles L. Lindblad j . staple and Fancy Groceries, I "-'.tits. Flour, Hay and Feed i ',-*__. : 064, Ind. 465 X. Lowell, Wash. CM. STEELE '.:.;?€eery and Confectionery S*m*t*-r.s>l\*vay* fresh. Least possible prices. PACIFIC AND GRAND Westberg Grocery IS&aple artel Fancy Groceries .. __K*et 312 2933 Broadway EVERETT, ASH. "WEISER'S GRILL 1617 Hewitt Aye. A Good Place to Eat H. J. WEISER, Prop. U3?ION OYSTEiI AND CHOP HOUSE CARL ERICKSON, Prop. We Cater to the Working Men 1717% Hewitt Avenue ALL WHITE HELP I HOME COOKING and goo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 7 June 1917

Thursday, June 7. 1017. Call for Royal Bread AT TOUR GROCERS Made nt VIENNA BAKERY B. V. Daniels AT YOUR SERVICE RAPID AUTO EXPRESS Little Red Motor Truck Stand at Corner Hoyt and Hewitt Phones: Black 814, Main 314. Residence Phone, Blue 745 EBERT TRANSFER Let Us Do Your TRANSFER WORK Stand: Corner Hewitt & Colby House Phono: Ind. 29GX Carpets Cleaned Scoured, sized, re-made and laid PAGE & LAUGHTON FURNITURE CO. 2802-1 Rucker Both Phones GO TO THE LITTLE BRICK MEAT MARKET Fresh and Smoked Meats 1809 Hewitt Phone White 677 MODEL SAMPLE SHOE CO. For Men For Women WE SAVE YOU DOLLARS ON EVERY PAIR UPSTAIRS Next to Star Theatre 1806 Hewitt Aye., Everett OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shoeman Fifteen Years in Everett Cor. Hewitt and Wetmore If you want to save money on good Workingmen's Shoes Go to FRANK'S PLACE 1118 Hewitt Loudon's Shoe Shop 2010 Hewitt (Next to Broadway Theatre) SHOE REPAIRING Work Guaranteed S AMERICAN Dye Works LEADING CLEANERS Phone Black 281 V_ _ * NATIO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 7 June 1917

Page Four The Northwest Worker Entered as second-class matter March 9, 1911, at the postoffice ... Everett, Washington, under the act of March 3, 1879. IND. PHONE BLUE 178 Published every Thursday at 1612 California St., Everett, Wash., By H. W. WATTS, Editor and Manager Yearly subscription, $1; six months, 50c; three months, 26c; single copies, 5 cents. .. ftwm ■*,*-■*' LABOR WINS When the bankers and millowners of Everett, started out on their open shop campaign last year they be gan digging their own graves. After about ten months of opposi tion to labor, it looked as though they had gained their point, but just at that very time they became over confident and started in to keep out industries that promised to pay a bigger wage than the Ev erett mills. We refer to the ship building plants. Everett has probably the best fa cilities for shipbuilding of any city on the coast and during the past six months several attempts have been made to start shipbuilding concerns, one in fact di...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 14 June 1917

(^^^■■j* imr&JftM^0^^H V • »"» fl^ta y vRHMH i^H^Hlfc ■tf^^^fc tfiff^^W tfflHBfik mHmiW^B i^B^^BI 5c per copy; $1.00 per year. GRAB AND PILLAGE RULE OF CAPITAL Joseph Bristol* States Moneyed In terests Lobby to Put War Taxes on People A blistering article by. Joseph L. Bristow, former United States son ator, addressed to Congressman Guy T- Helvering, and making specific charges of graft i,* the war depart ment and lobbying by capitalist inter ests to escape war taxation. is re ceiving the attention of the whole country. The article read: It is a common rumor in Wash ington that congressmen and other I influential men have obtained com missions in the army for relatives; raid commissions have been dated be- I fore the parties were sent to the training camps or had taken any examination. At hearings of the house and sen ate committees charges have been made that contractors are being paid, a per cent of the cost for construc tion of trmy cantonments. It is openly alleged that such...

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. — 14 June 1917

PajareTwo WOLD BROTHERS & WESTLUND Nineteenth and Broadway Sunset 357 . Ind. 3ia High School Grocery Oath Phones 1106. 25th & Colby EIDEM'S GROCERY 230? .Lombard. Sun. 330. Ind. 477 X Kittleson Grocery Co. Good Things to Eat 1101 Wetmore Aye. {Phone*: Ind. 47; Sunset 1540. EDW. ECKLUND Fancy and Staple Groceries hones 328 2707 Wetmore Thueson Grocery Co. Agent Dr. FahrneyMedicines 1209 Hewitt Aye Phones: Ind. 14X, Sun . I 356' Charles L. Lindblad Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour, Hay and Feed Sum. 1064, Ind. 465 X. Lowell, Wash. €. M. STEELE Csrccery and Confectionery always fresh. Least possible prices. PACIFIC AND GRAND Westberg Grocery Staple and Fancy Groceries ~_ajiss 342 2933 Broadway EYERETT, WASH. WEISER'S GRILL 1617 Hewitt Aye. A Good Place to Eat H. J. WEISEK, Prop. UNION OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE CARL ERICKSON, Prop. 'We Cater to the Working Men 1717 Vi Hewitt Avenue ALL WHITE HELP - , HOME COOKING and good eats at the HOTEL EMPIRE 2816-18 Wetmore Try it once and you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 14 June 1917

Thursday, .June 11, 1917. ' Call for Royal Bread AT YOUR GROCERS Mhde at VIENNA BAKERY B. P. Daniels . AT YOUR SERVICE RAPID AUTO EXPRESS Little Red Motor Truck Stand at Corner Hoyt and Hewitt Phones: Black 314, Main .114. Residence Phone, Blue 745 EBERT TRANSFER Let Us Do Your TRANSFER WORK Stand: Corner Hewitt & Colby House Phone: Ind. 'JlltjX Carpets Cleaned Scoured, sized, re-made and laid PAGE & LAUGHTON FURNITURE CO. 2802-4 Rucker Both Phones GO TO THE LITTLE BRICK MEAT MARKET Fresh and Smoked Meals .809 Hewitt Phone White fiT MODEL SAMPLE SHOE CO.. For Men For Worn* WE SAVE YOU DOLLAR ON EVERY PAIR UPSTAIRS Next to Star Theatre 1806 Hewitt Aye., Everett OUR SHOES ARE BETTER ISHER, the Shoeman Fifteen Years in Everett Cor. Hewitt and Wetmore If you want to save money on good Workingmen's Shoes Go to FRANK'S PLACE 1118 Hewitt Loudon's Shoe Shop 2010 Hewitt (Next to Broadway Theatre) SHOE REPAIRING Work Guaranteed v. i IE AMERICAN *tjspi& Dye Works LEADING CLEANERS P...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 14 June 1917

Page Four The Northwest Worker Entered as second-class matter March 9, It'll. at the postoffice at Everett, Washington, under the act of March 11, 1879. IND. PHONE BLUE ITS Published every Thursday at 1612 California St., Everett, Wash., By H. W. WATTS, Editor and Manager Yearly subscription, $1; six months, 60c; three months, 'Joe; single copies, 6 cents. >i'tm,,T ____ PICKET TRIED ANOTHER FRAME-UP! Rufus Patterson, a gunman who was used to slug pickets in the Cul inary Workers' strike and who was afterwards jailed by the Chamber cf Commerce through their special pros ecutor Ashe, has been gotten out of jail by district Attorney Fickert, in consideration of his giving Fickert a statement involving Tom Mooney! Patterson has confessed that Fickert dictated to him a letter which he mailed to Fickert containing a state ment that Tom Mooney was going to blow up the jail! Some months ago a negro convict, Charges Organ, con fessed that detectives had hired him to say that Moon had hire...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 28 June 1917

THE NORTHWEST WORKER -. ' '.. *;.••''-»■ .ll',, - 6c per copy; $1.00 per year. FOOD CRISIS DUE TO SYSTEM ■ . . .. Meyer London Denounces Apathy of Congress to Workers and Scores Individualism ■ ■■*■ mm ''' ''',■■".'*■ The food crisis and starvation wages for the necessities the masses must buy are not primarily due to the speculator, but to the capitalist • principle which permits social ne cessities to be controlled by a few, Meyer London, Socialist representa tive of New York, told the House to day in a vigorous discussion of the food control bill- Taunting the House for having re fused to assume responsibility for the high cost of living until the war and riots blew the members from the reactionary rut of conservatism. Lon don strongly condemned the legisla tive indifference to the needs of the masses which permitted the exporta tion of food in such quantities until it is actually sold cheaper in Europe than in the United States. I With cutting sarcasm, the Social ist representat...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 28 June 1917

Pan Two WOLD BROTHERS & WESTLUND Nineteenth and Broadway Sunset 357 Ind. 315 High School Grocery Both Phonos 1166. 25th & Colby* EIDEM'S GROCERY 2709 Lombard. Sun. 330, Ind. 477 X i **\ Kittleson Grocery Co. Good Things to Eat 1701 Wetmore Aye. Phones: Ind. 47; Sunset 1540. „ ____——___—.____—___—____—__. > ■s EDW. ECKLUND Fancy and Staple Groceries Phones 328 2707 Wetmore , > N Thueson Grocery Co. Agent Dr. Fahrney Medicines 1209 Hewitt Aye Phones: Ind. 14X, Sunset 1336 J ————————— — "^ Charles L. Lindblad Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Flour, Hay and Feed Sun. 1064, Ind. 465 X. Lowell, Wash. A M. STEELE Grocery and Confectionery Stock always fresh. Least possible prices. v PACIFIC AND GRAND Westberg Grocery Staple and Fancy Groceries Phones .342 2933 Broadway EVERETT, WASH. ____________ ,iii, *■ WEISER'S GRILL 1617 Hewitt Aye. A Good Place to Eat H. J. WEISER, Prop. , , ; _ _ _ x - HOME COOKING and good eats at the HOTEL EMPIRE 2816-18 Wetmore Try it once and you...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 28 June 1917

Thursday, June 28. 1917 Call for Royal Bread AT YOUR GROCERS Made at VIENNA BAKERY a F. Daniels. f —— _ AT YOUR SERVICE RAPID AUTO EXPRESS Little Red Motor Truck Stand nt Corner Hoyt and Hewitt Phones: Black 314. Main 314. Residence Phone, Blue 745 | — f — EBERy TRANSFER Let Us Do Your TRANSFER WORK Stand: Corner Hewitt & Colby House Phone: Ind. 29GX v. ! . ____ Carpets Cleaned Scoured, sized, re-made and laid PAGE & LAUGHTON FURNITURE CO. 2802-4 Rucker Both Phones V. — ' GO TO THE LITTLE BRICK MEAT MARKET > Fresh and Smoked Meats 1809 Hewitt Phone White 677 MODEL SAMPLE SHOE CO. For Men For Women WE SAVE YOU DOLLARS ON EVERY PAIR UPSTAIRS Next to Star Theatre 1806 Hewitt Aye., Everett • - OUR SHOES ARE BETTER^ FISHER, the Shoeman Fifteen Years in Everett Cor. Hewitt and Wetmore v ) r -—— __ _ If you want to save money on good Workingmen's Shoes Go to FRANK'S PLACE 1118 Hewitt <__ __, f — Loudon's Shoe Shop 2010 Hewitt (Next to Broadway Theatre) SHOE REPAIRING Work Gua...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northwest worker. — 28 June 1917

I Page Four The Northwest Worker Entered as second-class matter March '.». 1911, at the postoffice at Everett, Washington, under the act Of March 3, 1879. IND. PHONE BLUE 478 Published every Thursday at 1612 California St., Everett, Wash., By H. W. WATTS, Editor and Manager Yearly subscription, $1; six months, 60c; three months, 25c; single copies, 6 cents. ORGANIZED POWER Elsewhere in this paper will be found an article dealing with the newly organized People's Council of America- It has' been formed to fight the one enemy—the enemy who is taking advantage of the war times to snuff out the little liberty gained through years of struggle, It is and will be composed of aH men and women in this country who want to retain what liberty we have in order to use it to secure a larger share of freedom. Those who are flocking to the organization in such great numbers are determined that t the terms of peace shall be constant ly discussed and a way kept open to end the murderous slaughter now...

Publication Title: Northwest Worker, The
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