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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 22 January 1914

P»K<> Two. Patronize Commonwealth Advertisers DO YOU USE ANYTHING IN THE MUSIC LINE? IF YOU DO. WHY NOT BUY AT THE Everett Music House We can furnish you with anything in Sacred or Classic Music at regular prices. Popular songs, waltxes, two-steps, 15c or 7 for $1.00. Violin strings—the best that money can buy; also mandolin, guitar and banjo strings. Violins, Mandolins and Ouitars from $5.00 up. Write for catalogue. We pay postage or express to any part of the state. R. H. HODOINS, Prop. 2932 Colby Aye. Phone Ind. 128 PASTIME Amusement Parlors FOR GOOD TIMES FOR A GOOD TIME GO TO Pete's Place, 1904 Broadway ALL THE BOYS WILL BE THERE AMERICAN DYE WORKS 8. robihscn It SOU (fffisii2s\ LEADING CLEANERS AND B*2l W«tmor« DYIRS i Pkontt SMS '^S'w^ 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 and ALWAYS EQUAL TO the JI.BO work of other places, will more than please you. Give us a...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 22 January 1914

Thurn«ln\ •Tnnunr'> 22, I'M I TODAY'S STYLES TODAY 111! NCWTTT SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, 10 A. M. Wuitor Stock Must Be Closed Out. Don't Miss It. You Will Save Dollars The City Grocery Steyto txl T»aty Oi«c«rt««, TUmt, Tm4, Pr«#tc«, Etc. B«tlt Pb«n« iti .Mo-» »oT«tt Arwie JOHHSOH A LlLjrarßCm? . . tu«Mt tiM I lnri»pan4«M I#7Y I . i ! Thof McNeely & Son i! ; , f Preprtetof* ef «•• tea* •■■..,, ; ', i: Staple and Fancy Groceries i; ; ; MO7 H*wfM Aye. sW««H, Was*. J ; Imea&owmooh 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 Attnui IWe^berg Grocery •tap)* and Fancy Groceries Ph«»aa 148 2933 Broadway We Civs Gr*«n Trading Stamp* EVERETT, WASH. PULT-OBT AND DRY MUTTON. TRY THESE. AT EIDEM'S GROC ERY. 270t LOMBARD. thuzson' grocery" cb.' Agent Dr. r**hmoy MsdlslHM , Groe«rl»«, Flour, Feed, Fruit and ; Vegetables ; 120* HrwlW Avenue ' Phonee: Ind. 14X, SunMt...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 22 January 1914

®lti> dJomnuututraltlj Enter*! us stvond cUss matter March !'. 1911, nt Hi" |>.v.s|ol I ic. at Kverrtt. Washington, vii.i. i the not of March I). '^7lK_ Telephones! Bunset 7(>l. In.l 4787.. Published every Thurtday by the Commonwealth Publishing Co., 1612 California Street, Everett, Washington Editor and Manager Maynard Shipley. Advertising Solicitor : V. <«. Ci osnj Mailing Force: Tillie Roeder, Helen !>'•" lei 0 rtriuk ('orl Yearly subscription *' l>(1 Six month* ._. - -,7'j Three months ■■ Single copies •or' STRESS AND STORM PERIOD. This is the stress ;m.l storm period in the American Socialisi movement There is much confusion of tongues, dissention, recrini inatiou on ever} side, suspicion, injustice, unkindness, yea, bitterness of spirit. Let it be so. This constitutes onlj the party's growing pains. Our growth lias been too sudden, we have developed sise with out poise and the strength o( proper co-ordination. We are awkward and wobbly, stumbling and falling ...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 29 January 1914

The Socialist Movement—The organisation of the working cl.ni. politically and Industrial ly, for the purpose of capturing the power* of government and Instituting the working class as the ruling class. Ip per copy. $1.00 per year In Organization There Is Strength Workers Of The World Unite !! ORGANIZERS REPORT PRE SENT CONDITIONS IN MICHIGAN STRIKE WILL BE WON. (Special to the Commonwealth.) Governor Ferris left the copper country Jan. 10th, after givtng an ex ceedingly weak statement relative to the ending of the strike, notwith standing the fact that he very em phatically stated to Moyer and other representatives of organized labor be fore coming here, that he was going to try to get the two warring elements together, or at least would let the pub lic know the TRUTH, and place the responsibility where it properly be longed. The statement dov. Ferris is credit ed with issuing is to the effect that he "challenges anyone to say that he ever said that ho could end the strike, that ho ...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 29 January 1914

v*>;? Two Patronize Commonwealth Advertisers DO YOU USE ANYTHING IN THE MUSIC LINE? IF YOU DO, WHY NOT BUY AT THE Everett Music House We can furnish you with anything in Sacred or Classic Music at rejfular prices. Popular songs, waltzes, two-steps, 15c or 7 for $1.00. Violin strings—the best that money can buy; also mandolin, guitar and banjo strings. Violins, Mandolins and QuiUrg from $5.00 up. Write for catalogue. We pay pottage or express to any part of the state. R. D. HODGINS, Prop. Phone Ind. 128 2932 Colby Aye. 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 AMERICAN DYE WORKS J ■ KOBIWSOW «c SOU |§§*ijK\ LEADING CLEANERS AND ; ; M2l Wetaore |SSPI> DYEBS ! ', 1 Phortt 3*B < GEM DYE WORKS Our SPECIAL price of $1.00 per suit for either steam or «ry cleaning and the excellent quality of the work, superior In many in stances and ALWAYS EQUAL TO the »1.60 work ...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 29 January 1914

Thur kU) . .l;inii)>r\ '.'!'. 1014 We Are Up Against It $30 Ladle*' Suit* $5.98 28 lets Fur* $40 to $60 off $100 Coat $32.50 Dresses cut to $2.98 $60 Coat $24.50 Skirt • cut to $1.75 $65 Muff* cut $40 to $60 off Big Bargain* In Men 1* Clothing 1812 HEWKT The City Grocery Staple and Fancy Oroceri**, Flour, Feed, Produce, Etc Both Rhone* in 34«0-«» Ivetett A»enue v ' JOHNSON * LnjKNBKRG ♦ ♦»»»♦»♦♦»♦♦♦»»♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦<>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< • unset 1113 Independent 107Y Thos. McNeely & Son Proprietor* of th« Mm- Creeery Staple and Fancy Groceries •007 H*wMt Aye. ■v*c*«. Wea*. COME TO MY STORE and look over my Grocery depart ment Specials every Friday. WHARTENBY'S 5-10-15 Cent Store IWerftberg Grocery 8f awd Fancy Groceries PK*tm. MB 2*33 Broadway We Or** «r«en Trading Stamp* EVERETT, WASH. PULT-OST AND DRY MUTTON. TRY THESE. AT EIDEM'S GROC ERY. 2709 LOMBARD. ' TMUJWOM GROCERY' CO. ' Agwrt Dr. Fahrn*y Medicine* Groceries* Flour, Feed, Fruit and Vegetable* 1209 Hewitt Ave...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 29 January 1914

iJljr (Homnuuuuraltlj Entered m second matter March I, I'.UI. at th« pontoffiee at Kvorctt. Washington, nndor th«« act of March ■'-■ 187!). Telephones: Sunset 7(>l. I ml. 478Z . Published every Thursday by tk« Commonwealth Publishing Co., 1612 California Street. Everett, Wn.shin>rton. Editor ami Man. ■■. Vfaynard Shipley. Advertising Solicitor I' t!. Ci osbj Mailing Force: Tillie Kootlcr, Helen Roeder, Gertrude Ccvrt Yearly subscription _. $1.00 Six months -^ Aim months „_ -2 Sin (fie copies _._--._-_ ■-----—'-'-L: •"? CAN THE DEMOCRATS RESTORE COMPETITION? President Wilson an.l his democratic supporters assure us thai one of the chil-f activities of tli<' present administration will be the enaetmeni of 4ieh laws aa will abolish monopol} and reatore "health; competition."! To vrhichiwe ivph. there can never again be anj "health) com petition" in hw production and diatribntion and Belling of tli<- p©o> l^li'V aeoesaitiea. Competition, with its attendant anarch) in prod...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 5 February 1914

The Socialist Movement —The organization of the working class, politically and Industrial ly, for the purpose of capturing lite powers of government and Instituting the working class as the ruling class. !>o per cepy. $100 per year. Master-Class Grows More Arrogant and Brutal In Colorado HOW MUCH MORE WILL THE UNIFORMED LADY KILLERS. (WORKINGMAN STAND? Women Stabbed With Bayonets and Beaten With the Butts of Guns. Worse outrages have just been per petrated in Trindad, Col., than the brutalities inflicted on the strikers of Lawrence, Mass. In both instances the Stars and Stripes floated bravely over the scene of carnage. ,cV,a ' The wife Of Bernardo Verna. a strik ing miner, carried the American flag in her hands at the head of a peaceful panuie of women who were inarching through tho streets of Trinidad in pro test against the imprisonment Unoom munk-adol of tho venerable Mother Jonas in a military prison—an unfit ptadf for a law-abiding woman of 82 years! Then came America's "Wo...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 5 February 1914

Page Two. Patronize Commonwealth Advertisers DO YOU USE ANYTHING IN THE MUSIC LINE? IF YOU DO, WHY NOT BUY AT THE Everett Music House We can 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— 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. D. HODGINS, Prop. 2932 Colby Aye. Phone Ind. 128 PASTIME Amusement Parlors FOR GOOD TIMES Wetmore and Hewitt Driesslein & Becker 1 FOR A GOOD TIME GO TO I I Pete's Place, 1904 Broadway I I ALL THE BOYS WILL BE THERE | I AMERICAN DYE WORKS I S. ROBIHSON * SON )^s£m«\ LEADING CLEANERS AND % BS2I Wetmore i^SO-^ 1 BYEES $ 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 and ALWAYS EQUAL TO the $1.60 work of other places...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 5 February 1914

Tlnir-.il.i\ . I•'. '<! i;u \ .', I'M I TODAY'S STYLES TODAY I 1812 HEWITT *"*■■ ■a*ua*' We have received a big shipment of Spring Suits ntul Coats nt J5Tc off. Winter Goods Must Go. .Wo Need the Room for Spring Goods. h The City Grocery |i Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fl«ur, Feed, Produce, Etc. If Both Phone* in 3410-! Everett Avenue f JOHNSON * I.VLJKNBKRG .♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦l !> Sunset 11*3 Independent 107Y II I! Thos. McNeely & Son |j ', , Proprietor* of the Star Grocery 1 > I Staple and Fancy Groceries :: < j SOO7 Hewitt Aye. Everett, Wash. j] pi ■..■■■»—— ■ » » » »1111 ■ « |, Reducing the High Cost of Liv \ Ing JPork and Beans, Tomatoes, /Corn and Homlney, 9c can; 1 for / 25c; special every Friday. r2sc; WHARTENBY WHARTENBY I 5-10 & 15c Store j.. ....... .......-..—»..-..^ I We^kberg Grocery @ IWe^tberg Grocery |j Staple and Fancy Groceries I Phones 342 2933 Broadway H . We Give Green Trading Stamps H 1 EVERETT, WASH. | PULT...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 5 February 1914

oilir (Eomuuuuuraltli Entered M WTHBit til— matter March 9, 1911, nt l'" poatofflca ■t Everett Washington, under the net of March 3. 1879 Telephones) Sunset <(v. hid. 478/ 8 ; Published every Thursday by th.> Commonwealth Publishing Co., 1612 California Street, Everett, Washington. Editor ami Manager: Maynard Shipley. Advertising Solicitor F. U. Crosby. Mailing Force: Tillle Roodcr, Helen Boeder,*Gertrude t Cori Yrnrly subscription ' *' '" Six months {j {' Three months * ■-— ••£ Single copies —._ .—->.-—.----- ■*-!==.-—:™ WAGES AND THE HIGH COST OF LIVING. in the dlecassions which have been going on regarding Ilio relation of ■ of i;irls and women to the white slave traffic* the fact h.\s been clearly demonstrated that "the liiiili cost of living" is not. in itself. ■ problem for WAI*, workers to worry OT*r. RedUO tlon of the high cost of living is strict ly ■ problem which concerns employ era of labor, purchasers of labor power It Is not. primarily. M issue for those who h...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 12 February 1914

The Socialist Movtmsnt —Th« oroanltatlon of th« werKlnf clas*. politically and Industrial ly, for th« aurpoa* of capturing the powtri of govtrnment and Instituting the working class ■• th» ruling class. v per copy $1.00 •« j—*- THE GOOD PEOPLE OF EVERETT GET JUST WHAT THEY VOTED FOR A VICTIM OF CAPITALISM Seattle Man Sacrifices Life to Feed I I His Family. In West Seattle a frail little mother was bending over her baby. Tender, sorrowful, tear- bedimmed mother-eyes looked lovingly down upon a sleeping baby. It was HER baby, flesh of her flesh, soul of her soul —and his. j He? s\ He was an expert J photographer. ■\lke as not he had spent years of s:iv- ] ijlgs, as an abstemious wage-slave, in girder to attend some college of pho tography, that he might hope to stand at last at the very head of his new , profession. But he was no longer a j mere novitiate now. Last week he stood among his neighbors an honored and beloved citizen, by adoption, of these United States. He was gener ally ...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 12 February 1914

r«e<» Two. Patronize Commonwealth Advertisers DO YOU USE ANYTHING IN THE MUSIC LINE? IF YOU DO. WHY NOT BUY AT THE Everett Music House We can 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—the 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. D. HODGINS, Prop. 2932 Colby Aye. Phone Ind. 128 PASTIME Amusement Parlors FOR GOOD TIMES Wetmore and Hewitt Driesslein & Becker AMERICAN DYE WORKS \\ 8. KOBIWSON It SON jffltffigL^ LEADING CLEANERS AND | \ 8621 Wetmore «2?«iliPsk BYKKS < '. \ Phon*» 3*B '■ I^TJjbpJj^ \ <*MtMMo>t>>M»»OaftCCft^f'*"*^"fr A"*A*'A"t**I^^ 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 and ALWAYS EQUAL TO the $1.5...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 12 February 1914

Thondaj . v.-Itium-x il' i-m i I TODAYS STYLES TODAY B I 1812 HEWITT I Wo have received a big shipment of Spring Suits, Coats, I Dresses and Millinery. Samples 25 per cent off. I I WINTER GOODS MUST GO—WE NEED THE ROOM I , FOR SPRING GOODS I The City Grocery | Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour, Feed, Produce, Etc. Both Phones in 3410-11 Everett Avenue 1 JOHNSON & IILJENBERG ', '/'■ .. ♦♦♦♦»»»♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦» 1 > Sunset 1183 Independent 107Y I > % Thos. McNeely & Son i! \', Proprietor* of th« Mar Grocery \ < > I: Staple and Fancy Groceries i: 1 ; 1007 Hewitt Aye. Everett, W«h. ; ; Reducing the High Cost of Llv- I 1 Ing Pc*rk and Beans, Tomatoes. Corn and Homlney, 9c can; 3 for 25c\ special every Friday. {f! WHARTENBY 5-10 & 15c Store •_ ■■,."--, Werflberg Grocery Staple and Fancy Grooerie* IWerftberg Grocery Staple and Fancy GroocHaat Phone* »4C 2933 Broadway We Give Green Trading Stamp* EVERETT, WASH. PULT-OST AND DRY MUTTON. TRY...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 12 February 1914

allj? (Uommmuuraltlt Knt4«mi Ha wHiond-eUmi matter March 9, I.MI. at tho poatofflee at r><Ti>tt. Washington, uiuler the act of March :!. 187** Telephone luil. 475/. , Pnblishe.i every Thumlajr by the Cdmmonwealth Publishing Co., 1612 California street. Everett, Washington. Editor and Manager: Maynird Shipley. Advertising Solicitor: F. <!. Cro«by, Mailing Force: Tilli« Roeder, Helen Roeder, Gertrude Cort. Yearly mibacription $1.00 Six month* -jj" Three months ',*"""" *» Sindle eopiea j^^-- z^^zrrsT:r:^JTZ""''"-- '"--*--"-^---- . -Oil MORE ABOUT WAGES AND THE COST OF LIVING. In last week's issue of the i.minimi wealth we called attention to the f»rt that tin' attention and HMtgtel of tln> «a.m'-w orkors of the world niusl be concentrated on shortening the work day ami laereasjag ihe average »:i*e for BMB and women (It jars upon one's nerves to have to add, "and chil dren.") Prof. Scott Nearing. of the Untver sity of Pennsylvania, has gone to the trouble to ascertain, as...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 19 February 1914

Th* Socialist Movement —The organization of the working data, politically and Industrial ly. for the purpose of capturing the power* of government and Instituting the working data aa the ruling class. be per copy. $1.00 per ▼*** THE ETTOR-SHIPLEY DEBATE, FEB. 26, AT LIBERTY HALL, 8:00 P.M. EXPLOITERS SHOW WAGE SLAVXS MEANING OF , SOLIDARITY. •■- ■ T Mill Men Agree to Support the Robin son Plant. "We. the undersigned manufactur era of the. city of Everett, in case the ' Robinson Manufacturing company are, unable to operate, their plant on the open shop plan by March 4, agree to, support the said Robinson Manufac turing company, morally, financially j . and to the extent of closing our plants L until said plant is operating regularly \ yuider the open shop plan. •"* "Clark-Xickerson Lumber Co. ~'Ij” "Canyon Lumber Co. "Woyerhouser Lumber Co. "Ferry-Baker Lumber Co. P "Walton Lumber Co." The foregoing announcement, result of the walkout at the plant of the Rob inson Manufacturing compa...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 19 February 1914

P«ifo Two. DO YOU USE ANYTHING IN THE MUSIC LINE? IF YOU DO. WHY NOT BUY AT THE Everett Music House We can 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— the best that money can buy; also mandolin, guitar and banjo strings. Violins, Mandolins and Guitars from $5.00 up. Write for catalogue. Wo pay postage or express to any part of the state. / R. D. HODGINS, Prop. 2932 Colby A\fj. Phone Ind. 128 PASTIME Amusement Parlors FOR GOOD TIMES Wetmore and Hewitt Driesslein & Becker /\/V\ERIG/\IN DYE WORKS 8. ROBINSON * SON lja&si&nrt LEADING CLEANERS AND 2K21 Wetmore t^fl£i»3S! BYERS .\ Phone* 248 :' 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 and ALWAYS EQUAL TO the $1.50 work of other places, will more than please you. Give us a trial and see. GEM DYE WORKS Phones: Sun. 516, Ind....

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 19 February 1914

Tlinrsilny. Foimmry I l'. I'M i TODAY'S STYLES TODAY I 1612 HEWITT ** I We have received a, bi# po \cnt of Spring Suits, Coats, Dr«*ses and MiUhicry. Samples 20 per oont off. WINTER GOODS MUST 00— NSSD THS ROOK I TOR KPRT&Q OOODB 1. The City Grocery I £*®to a»C ftaey Own*, nnr, keeo, ft Mac*. Etc 4'ft*h IVMM lit . 4 S*»O-1» Iwttt Atwios j »»MMMM»M » , | ; iRXMOt Ittt ;».- , .... lnd>p*nd»nt 107Y ; : Thos. McNeely & Son ! I :•'.,.•••• F»r«pri«tor* of the «t»r Oro«*ry ', I r Staple and Fancy Groceries i ; *» Hev*t Ay*. ;';, : ■' ;• Ivorett, With. | t»»MMOI»MM»>«M»OPOM»ejeMMmMMM»M*MMM»< f ««*»cl/t<j th* Hlflh Cost of LU i i '"■ !>"V*-* tad B^aas, Tomatoes. jCotis cad Kontaey, 9c caa; 3 (or 1 tie; special every Frlfiay. WHAXTKHBY ' H3 A 15c «U>r* V—-■ ■ ».-■« ■! HI | 1 Wedtbejrg Grocery § IWetfberg Grocery IJ Piwiiafc Ml BISS Brr lijwiy Q w. cwv» Qt-mii Trading Stamp* II I IVIBfTT, wash. n rULTO«T AND DRY MUTTON. TRY TMUI. AT SIbKNTS QROC EKY. rrm Lombard. i yu...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 19 February 1914

®lir (lioimmmutraltli |",nter«>«i h* MMBd «ln»N matter March V, 1911, M tin- pMtOf&M at Bvyott. Wa.slunnti>:i. dim lor tho^m'-t of Mwrch_3. 1879. Telephone liu'li -ITHZ. PMhHcJj<Hl every Thursday by the Commonwealth Publishing Co., tfil'i (^alifomi* Street. Kverett, Wwhinprtou. ' Editor ami MaflMgeri Maynnixl Shiploy. Advertising Solicitor: F. <5. Ctt»by. Mailing Force; Tillio Koodor, Helen Rodder. Oortriuic Port. Yearly anhHtsription «..-—-—.————_«.-■.—-----——•1.00 Six m<vntha -_--_-- — .—— —■■■■■■ .50 rhr*«> months __»_ .—» ■■■■■■■■ ■■■■■■■■■■■»■■■•■■■■■■■■■ .25 Aintrle copies —___«--.._«—..---.—.———————-_. _ -'^ ASLEBP IN THE MORGUE CAPITALIST SOCIETY KILLS IT3 VICTIMS. ""About twenty persons were buul; ed in the morgue." Here wo have capitalism in a nut shell Men ami women obliged to go to Bleep in tho morgue In "tho richest city In the. world," little old New York. Capitalism could provide no better shelter for them. The Associated Press said: 'The municip...

Publication Title: Commonwealth, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 19 March 1914

The Socialist Movement—The org.tnliiitlon of the working «•«•. politically .md Industrial ly. for the l>ypo»» «f capturing the power* of government **tJ Instituting the working clj«» •■ lh* ruling el*M. '•in p*? ©spy. 11.90 p«r y«w. YB Kir* . *^^» r < ISni^^^r • w '■■■'■' '■ ■■:.■■■■■■ :" ' ' .. - .. ' ■ -■::':-:-fM : -;:::-. '-vi/v- 11 -,-■■ ■:■■■ ;V;i* -■.■■ ■ ■-■- ' ■•.'.■ „,-.,^:; _._._■ _ . J--iii- MISS ZANA VAUGHN Leading Lady in the Griffith Stock Company. Miss Vaughn will interpret the beautiful character* Blanche Deacon; in "The Call of Conscience," to be given for the benefit of Local Everett. Miv» Vaughn'a splendid work at the People's Theater has won her the highest praise of press ami public, ami will undoubt edly add to her previous triumphs by her delineation of the heroine of Comrade Shipley's u<*w Socialist play. MBS L. F7E WILL ESSAY Dfl POM ANT BOLE IN NEW PLAT. Mrs. Letelsia Fye, formerly ad* it tipinp manager of the lommonwealih. has b»en asked t>y t...

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