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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 19 March 1914
' P«gf 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 tongs, waltzes, two-steps, 160 or 7 for $1.00. Violin strings- the best that money can buy; also mandolin, guitar and banjo strings. Violins, Mandolins and Quitari from $6.00 up. Write for catalogue. We pay postage or express to any part of the state. R. D. HODOXNB, Prop. 2938 Oolby Aye. Thone In*- 128 n>niriMni>t<»i>MMtitmtttfM imhimi • AMERICAN DYE WORKS : • «. bobotbcct * son jaKjfKl ibabim ctst*Kzns aj»d '. nniniiMitMimtttf^""** *****a******A*>^^* OEM DTE WORKS The most modern tqatpped plant in Snohomish county. Unln s" or gents' suits cleaned and pressed, Ji.oo. Why pay more? Expert tailor for alterations 2810 WETMORE AYE. I PHONES; Ind. 663 X, 8. 8. 516 ftf&fSSmfwl*^*] GOING TO TRAVEL? S^^^^jrr'i' '\ I TRUNKS $5.00 AND OP isaji^T^ tt'^* - I SUIT CASES $1.00 ND UP Kmli 1 W -...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 19 March 1914
Thursday, Man li 1" I'M I Great Misfortune Forced to Accept Heavy Spring Shipments of Merchandise NOTICE! We, the Chicago, Outfitting Company, one of the leading stores ill this city, have mot with a double misfortune, Having contemplated the opening of ft branch store in Belhnghaiu, Wash., wo placed heavy spring orders for two stores, and finding, too late to can cel orders, that we wero unable- to obtain a favorable location in Bellingham, we were forced to accept both shipments in Everett in order to avoid law suits. Now wo find ourselves UP AGAINST IT, with too much goods on hand to dispose of in the ordinary way. Therefore, the only way out of the difficulty is for us to place this entire new Spring stock, consisting of Men's MM Til#ft' Wearing Apparel, on PUBLIC SALE TO BE SOLD AT ONCE AT PRICES NEVER HEARD OF BEFORE THIS TIME OF YEAR OVER 300 UNION MADE MEN'S SUITS | took for the Blue Signs | igggß The Best Prophet of the Future Is the Past .M.n.y a mail has lost a good oppor...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 19 March 1914
P«vjo Four Sty? (Uomnuuuuraltlt RntereU «« Becond-cbus matter March 9, 1911 at the postofJtto« at Kverett Washington, v tutor the act of March -.? 1 Is'':l __. Telephone Ind >I?8Z. Published wry Dinredaj by tli. Ci'mimniivfeftlth Publishing Co., 1612 California Street, Everett, Washington. _ ,_^. w ,^,., m , Jr ..,.„ Editor and Manager) Moynard Shipley, Advertising Solicitor: Q. Crosby, Mailing Voree; TiHie Boeder, Helen Roeder, Gertrude Cort. Yearly subscription I . ""^'eS Six month* —«.«*- ■ ».———— .50 Thr<* months «.-«-—, -» -- ■«-• <•——--»-«- •*« «:nde copies :-•—-*.—«.-•—«-•—.-—•—---- •°« TAXATION AND REPRESENTATION. "No taxation without representation," is fhe reason jiiven by Dr. Anna SUawr for refusal to return her personal property for tax ation as required »»y the laws of IViuisylvntiin. At the Mime, time MM nrgea women throughout tb« United State* who im» subject to the income tax to follow a similar policy. However, a study of tho prin ciples of political econom...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 9 April 1914
Th* Socl«ll»t Movtn«nt —The orgjnliatlon o» the worklnp chll. politically and Industrial- f ly. for the purp«>r.> of capturing the power* of B overnmrnt and m»titutmg the working class *» as the ruling cl->»». A, . > - - „ n r, -x X.\.t^^v..i>,. ;• V p«r «ry. ♦*•<* par »*•*• ; UK EXAMPLE IN POINT. —. —— I Mm D., Jr.*». Conscience Acquit* Him. \j Kftor witnessing three performances ?..» Call of Conscience" a friend c.ti the author, who is a church mem* I , ,-r, s.ik! that ho was very much 1 pleatedjrlth th«» play in every respect excepting one. namely, ho didn't llk«> the Idea of making of C. 11. Deaooa. father or the heroine, a religious wan. -Despite his violation of even» prin ciple of the- Four Gospels," said the, comrade, "you never once intimate that the old rascal was a hypocrite, and that he wore religion merely as a cloak to hide his deviltry." Th* fact of the matter is, simply, that C. H. Deacon was a *« nuinely re i' ,"ouß man, believed every -word in ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 9 April 1914
V:> ORGANISATION Nl/WS rITT3BURa JOURNAL BRANDS BILLY SUNDAY A THIEF. "I coryrlßht my sermons to keep people from atvaltiiß them."— lUUy Sunday in an Interview with ft reporter ot the PUtab'nß Hun at Johnstown. It has boon two months since JUS* '■■' TICK protnlMed to produce, the evi dence that Billy Sunday was a thief. j Now Is tho time for the public to have, the proof. Ou next Sunday Dill Sun day will collect thousands ot dollars on the strength ot the claim that he i«! an honest man trying to do good. It we pro\o from his own words and defi- j nition, as well as by the definitions of' ■ recognized authorities that he is abso lutely and unquestionably « thi(>f, then •I we have proven our claim and oven the religious people are foolish to spend one cent in contributions to thin prince of gratters, who by practically • blackmailing prominent citizens, getfl ■' gifts ot money, clothes, furniture, flow. ' en, etc Of all the gratters iiit» world has ever seen this man is more ve...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 9 April 1914
v, Vpril n I'M I Two Days Before Easter THE BEST PLACE TO DRESS UP For Men and Women THE LARGEST SELECTION AND THE LOWEST PRICE TODAY'S STYLES TODAY __, 1812 HEWITT NION MADE GOODS EVERETT'S RELIABLE CREDIT HOUS Ericson's Clothing Store, hlwitt Just received, ■ full line of Cent's Clothing. Look them over before you go elsewhere. The Wonder Mercantile Co. Up-to-Date Clothing Store ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS Hewitt and Hoyt S. Yeo & Son, Props. I The Maize CAFE Mrs. F. H. GOFORTH, Prop. EVERETT'S POPULAR CAFE (Under New Management) 'Quick Service—Open Day 'V ; and Night Wetmore and Hewitt Carl A. Schlettwein, Mgr. $. ■ ....,...,.,...,,..,., ................,^...^-».^-».^ "The cup that cheers but not c Inebriates" WE'VE FOUND IT! "WHERE?" AT— ? " I The Oriental! Tea Co.'s |i Tea House • i : • i i i ■, In connection -with the Wet- ! I more Bakery, 2817 Wetmore Aye. ; I t H. J. Bebeau, Tea Expert, Mgr. T <3>T'i«■ ■ ii.im..i.ii ».■■»»■■■■ i"«'4> ;The White Stone Baths. • J. O. S...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commonwealth. — 9 April 1914
Pngo Four Qliu> (llomuuumtraltli Entered iv ■•cond-cIAM mnttrr March i). 1911, nt the po*offic« at Kv.T.ti Washington, under the act of March 3. 1879 IN P. IMtOXK 478Z __, Publiahed every Tliursdav by the Washington Socialist Publish iug Co.; 1612 California S;i.vl, Kvcivtt. Washington. ___ Maynard Shipl.-y Miter ami Manager Advertising Manager; bYG. Crosby. . Mailing Force- Tilli.- !>'«'<■■ 1.-, Martha Met onni.-K. (..-rln.il>' ( ort. Yearly subscription - --- $1 ~j Six months or Three months - ~" r j Single eopiei — HERE WE ARE AGAIN! \\ r eoinradea the? tried to slip one ovei or us last week, ami we lost an Jane, l»-siilos sufferiug the demoralisation due to linying our nropertf ami letters sewed, and being placed in the hands of a receiver A< matters stand, we cannot hope to get out a very satis factory paper thia week, but well do our very host to make the next number measure up to all reasonable demands. We start out this week without the burden or debt which li...