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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 21 February 1918

Thursday. February 21, 1918 t .■; GRAVELYST^fIH /~\ .. _. *• R.-al Chewing Phic -."kt 51 x^Bc" *^^r | * Octore th* Invention -3 MttjH^Ukd}» ( I < ot our P»t»nt Air Proof Poucr> O ff?P^"^fl^Bi ' ' % Many Dealart Could Not K««|» J ™ IK / ■t th« FUvor and I rnhn'll In **• i?^3^^w\ |\ REAL GRAVtLV PLUG TOBACCO IIJ _ I^*^''^ " ' i • Now th« Patent Pouch Keeps II ti^»A_ S' ***~^ii?' /'>s ~\ altr Frc«>i and Clean and Good. _^^^^^ k gr \ "*t .i \P^B^riaVWvt J^K A Little Chav. of Gr»»rl> l> I nough /KS^^S^O ■ \\ n\ \i Wt HikW • and Last* Longer than a big chew ";"?K H \| I, VA\ L jEt ■ . .^XAfcwtiifl-^.iJi-twr" 1] tl^^^P^Y If V \ N*l' - C^^\ IHE LEARNED AULABOUT REAL I / V , \M m'^^S GRAVELY BACK THERE IN OLD I . VjM W? vA VIRGINIA.THE MINUTE HE I V^j^. , BLU' \^U-X? READ MY BILLBOARD HE WENT \iZ^\^^ ""■*■'fjr ' i-tf^Q OUT ANO ROPED HIM A PLUG- r l. fT. , X^^TV AND NOW LOOK MOWHAPPyJ vV J^^jfe^ / /AV3 [he is! f-^ vfc^^f i«P f 1 LOOK. KJRTHB PROTECTION SEAL //25\\ * iT. '- 1...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 21 February 1918

Page Fou" The Co-Operative News "Each lor All, And All For Each'; Entered m second class matter March 9, lit It, at the Post Office at Kvorett, Washington, under the act of March 3, 187!). •I'KTKK HUSBV, Editor and Manager . i. i«»md«nt Phono Main •If S Published .•sciy Thursday all 1612 California St., Everett, wish. , Subscriptions 60e per year; '25 weeks for 25c; 13 weeks for 15c; single copy Be; bundlo orders nt 1 cent per copy. WHY BE A SLAVE Many a man is holding down a job which gives him but a meager portion of bread and butter, who does not dare to take port in any political activity, although he is suppost to do so as a citizen, who dares not express an honest and legitimate opinion regarding poli tics, sociology, or economics, for fear of losing his job. Why he a slave! Why tolerate a system under which one must live in mental, social and economic bondage! No one does, if single, unless he or she has the spine and spirit of a Jelly-fish. There is MM excuse for a man who h...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 28 February 1918

• In Things Essential, UNITY— In Things Doubtful, LIBERTY—In AN Things, FRATERNITY Be pw i'O|)> ; 50c per year. THE EIGHT-HOUR INITIATIVE The petitions for Initiative Measure No, 30, for the establish ment of the eight-hour day, has been sent out by the State Secre tary of the Socialist Party. The active cooperation of all Socialists is urged in securing the necessary signatures to put it on the ballot at the general election in Novem ber. The signatures of at least 37,7t>0 legal voters is required; and these must be secured and certi fied by July Ist, lilt, the text of the proposed law is a.-* fol lows: He It 1 ■ in. t.«t Ky the People of State of Washington Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any person, persons, corpora- tion, company or joint stock asso ciation to cause, require, or permit any male or female employe in his, her or its employ to work more than eight hours during any day of twenty-four hours, nor more than forty-eight hours during any week of seven days, exc...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 28 February 1918

Pa ire Two DENTISTS DR. ELVERA WESTBERG DR. VICTOR WESTBERG 20," 9 American Hank Illd« PHONE MAIN 814R J C. PETERSEN SHOE REPAIRING 2921 WETMORE AVK. EDW. ECKLUND Fancy and Staple Groceries Main 328 2707 Wctmorc PFor Your Not Suit, Try R. HULTMAN Tailor to Men and Worn** 2926 Colby Phone Main 709 SCANDIA BAKERY BUTTER BREAD • Made in Everett's Modern Bread Shop Call for Royal Bread AT YOUR GROCERS Made at VIENNA BAKERY B. F. D««i«W OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shoeman Cor. Hewitt and Wet more If you want to save money on food Workingmen's Shoes Go to FRANK'S PLACE 1118 Hewitt AT YOUR SERVICE RAPID AUTO EXPRESS Little Red Motor Truck Stand at Corner Hoyt and Hewitt Phone Main 314 Residence Phone, Blue 745 GOLDFINCH BROS. Paints, Glass, Wall Paper and Brushes Both Phones, Main 285 2112 Racket Avenue M& AMERICAN v^^.^' Dye Works LEADING CLEANERS Phone Main 281 ; GEORGE W. LOUTTIT LAWYER ' Over First National Bank Everett, Washington WHEN riNG FURNITURE do not fail to see our sp...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 28 February 1918

Thursday. February 28, I.us PASTIME AMUSEMENT PARLORS 26 POCKET BILLIARD TABLES 22 SOLO CARD TABLES Cor. Wetmore & Hewitt Ayes., in Basement DRIESSLEIN & BECKER FISHER'S B 99 W'' believe it to '"' inipos- mmmmmmmm !F^^^*3 '* sible to manufacture a I ■^ ,1 better flour than FISHER'S *"—---■— -'4 s-flfjftf&'W BLEND; We purchase the 'jTdtif _ I flimmf^pm VCIT choicest hard wheat ;«'>^x^l >l»]jjjj?£jl and the very choicest soft /'/(ffijtl *■■: iSBBT.^' ij wheat; v■• then scientifical- uE33ll3jr I F rLo\/K ■ ly blend then in "AMER- rA^^/11 f.^fe^ ,■■*?■ ICA*B FINEST FLOURING V-JSgf'MM y<^r&'sm MILLS". [Jefore grinding i^P?t x )| 's?u>iii91 11 we wash it in pure water to L ' I MUMgMM remove ♦■very particle of ■^P^PHRBB dust or dirt that might be 55BSSS iHßJHjpMJatfjjJ in the creases; we go so far BUlliaLil^ as to scrub this wheat in i) fti)l«>lldid »m --■■■■l order to put it in a perfect % n n ° t vr a state Of sanitation. ftonable figure. ■ t - ■/.,,■ ,-. W...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 28 February 1918

I'atro l'<n —The— Go-Operative News "Kuch lot All, And All l'<" Kneh" Entered as neond class matter March 0, 1011! at the Poet Office nt Everett, Washington, under the act of March 3, 187i>. PETKU MUSHY, Editor and Manager t,..i« > >,.i,,ieMi Phone Main 178 Published < very Thursday at 1012 California St., Everett, Wash. Subscriptions 60c per year; !I5 weeks for 250; 19 weeks for 16CJ ■ingle copy sc; bundle orders at I cent per copy. ' YOUR DAILY PAPER It is impossible for the Co-op News to try to function as a I newspaper in the sense that a daily paper does Our little pa per fills a nieh of its own and does not compete with the dailies. We know that a large number of j our subscribers also take a daily paper—and as to .some of them it is a capitalist sheet that they take. We would not have any criticism to make if there weren't a Socialist daily paper available; but there is. Not only dv) they get yellow and colored news, nut they fail to get news of great import...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 7 March 1918

In Things EBsential, UNITY In Things Doubtful, LIBERTY- In All Thing* FRATERNITY 5c ptM* copy : 50c per year. IS GOVERMENT OWNERSHIP SOCIALISM? ißj l.uolla Yw ining) "Well, you Socialists ought to be satisfied, you've got the rail roads, anyway," said a young WO man to me when Railroad Director General McAdoo took over the control of the railroads. Thai mear»3 government ownership fi nally," she added, "and I don't think it'll he n success, either," the latter delivered with a flash of the eye and a vigorous nod of the head. She continued, ■•Why. weren't the people glad enough to have the corporations build the railroads, and haven't they made the country?" She sank back in her chair and begSS at her knitting with the air of having settled the question for all time. "Yes," I laid, -it's trui'." In an early .lay the people were glad to have the railroads, and they have made the country, no doobt Of that." It was an undertaking to build the early railroads and the peo ple, most of the...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 7 March 1918

Pug Two DENTISTS DR. n.\T': v WESTBERG DR. VICTOR WESTBERG 207-8-.) American Bank Bid PJTONE MAIN BI4R C. PETERSEN SHOE REPAIRING 2921 i rMORE AYE. EDW. ECKLUND Fancy and Staple Groceries Main 32$ 2707 Wet more For Your Next Suit, Try R. IRJLTMAN Tailor to Men and Women 2926 Colby Phone Main 709 SCANDIA BAKERY BUTTER BREAD Made in Kvervtt's Modern Bread Shop Call for Royal Bread I AT YOUR GROCERS , Mad* at VIENNA BAKERY B. F. Daniels OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shoeman Cor. Hewitt and Wettnore If yea want to urt money on good Workingmen's Shoes Go to FRANK'S PLACE 1113 Hewitt AT YOUR SERVICE RAPID AUTO EXPRESS 'Lijtlc Red .Motor Truck Fund at Corner Hoyt and Hewitt Phone .Main 314 Residence Phone, Blue 743 GOLDFINCH BROS. Paints, Class, Wall Paper and Brushes Both Phones, Main 285 2112 Rucker Avenue f§|\ AMERICAN *$4^ Dye Works LEADING CLEANERS Phone .Main 281 GEORGE W. LOUTTIT LAWYER Over I'irit National Bank Everett,, NS'flshinKton WHEN IJUYING FURNITURE do not Tail to '■<...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 7 March 1918

Thursdn: M irch 7. 191^ ca . rj.n '' ' — . i Ron I ffiffiVTi Q : _. |j GRAVELY 5 | r|n: J /^"^ A, Chewing Plug j,t.L.TI?J ij * '^'' 11 ro r I r i I'^^jl*^rfßjV tv chew He j| Gravely J* MT!3»'O"v«r /'V **ffe'^W ,-ri thun H Hurt In lino ordinary «oh»eco iXtt'"/ *&*r--- . ■■ J -V J^v. (S IftkjeiV»-1 ftkjeiV»--*fTi-/*V^ »n<l they tnjny thrlr Chrvy Moro. Vf •' «... // / ltV* •.*!;•'< I Uullo a DKleri-r.jß \l Hli M V-^ // / V^*3Pa?CTt?4>*{j;"'i*r^.-.iWJ trt«ecn Pure, Hloti, Irrf Tobacco ,'i;/! «li. Vv**w // / ■ mid« th» Or«»«l» W.f >■ Wfil' SSclStek •JTrf*'"y I U.'^Ti';>' »-**?>' .;->.V.V f'vAjtt ordinary, Ic^r ntnunirl i.o P| [|]|f mWm®&WJ'lil &^!<Kst&ti\lif&Wl w.lh thick. h...,.».;...i.n1».,. v*'.' ' I \x2 a i ■ jwm| vl vV* 11 there's dejection fonU /~7~\k " . A M ■'. I YOU. IF HE'D ONLY TURN L*' ( \ -' ' '• ' "* >\ , «^% \ \ AROUND AND READ MY V^. /Vr—-. " Ci\ r WWI BILLOOARD.Uc'D BRACE NgfrtSffj |!fe^S*i SU ml UP.DUYAPLU&OF REALr 1 K^...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 7 March 1918

Vago For"* - The— Co-Operative News ■ I .uli loi Ml. \ml Ml lOf Each" l % it»!iii its econd clani matter March '.'. 1911, it tin- l'.^i Office at Everett, Wa»hin(rton, undei the :nt ««t March .5. ihtm PETER HUSBY, Eciitor and Manaifer }•- '•••■.■(i,!(•»;• Phone Main 478 Published every Thursday at 1812 California St. Everett, \\..-h Subscriptions r>»u- per m•■!•. 25 weeks for 26c; 13 weeks foi 16c; ■ingle copy • "■; bundle oFilers at 1 cent per copy. ■"'■'■' ••»■" JOHN I).. AND HILLY SUNDAY Some "< ■« -papri recently rani a photograph of John l>. Uocke* feller, Jr.. ami Bill) Sunday, showin« the latter with his »*■ about the neck of the young philanthropist. it there ever was .any doubt M to the intimacy of the friendship between them this rank tend to settle the question. Also it shows that the yount: John I*, appreciate* Miat Bill) la doing to keep the wage slaves contented with their lot. When we look back through history we MO that there has always been Mvm 1 kind of al...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 14 March 1918

hi rv,iT/\|'f fl —w «» wt.t. » In Things Essential, UNITY—In Things Doubtful, LIBERTY- In All Things, FRATERNITY 6c per copy; 50c i>«t year. THE SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST The survival of the fittest la as much a law of the Industrial world as it ii of the natural world. For a time an unfit system may be maintained bj force of arms, or through the influence of some religious or political fanaticism. Hut soon or late, :. supreme test will coma, and then whatsoever is essential ly weak must fin!. For four hundred years Feudal" ism dominated Europe, It was a weak system. It yielded poor results, industrially, politically ami socially; hut it was power fully intrenched nrd seemed in vincible. Then came the (real crusades, which drained Europe of her fighting men and of her financial resources. Those long wars against the Mohammedans so weakened the feudal lords thnt capitalism pot a foot-hold in many parts of Europe, and being a sVmnrer system, overthrew feu dalism. Socialism is a stron...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 14 March 1918

Pnj?e Two DENTISTS DR. ELVERA WESTBERG DR. VICTOR WESTBERG 207-8-0 American Hank Bldg. PHONE MAIN' si-ik C. PETEUSEN EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING 2921 ETMORE AYE. EDW. ECKLUND Fancy and Staple Groceries Main .128 2707 Wetmore For Your Next Sail. Try R. HULTMAN Tailor U M«n ami W*«i«a 2926 Colby Phon« Main 709 SCANDIA BAKERY BUTTER BREAD * Mad* in Everett's Modern Bread Sh*» Call for Royal Bread AT TOt« CBOOmi . VIENNA BAKERY OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shoeman Cot. Hewitt u4 Wetsaere If yea^weat to ••»• mmmr «i sje*4 Wofkingrmen's Shoes G« to FRANK'S PLACE 111! Hewitt AT YOUR SERVICE RAPID AUTO EXPRESS Link Red M.tor Track fUni at Corner Boyt and Hewitt Phone Main 314 Residence Phone, Blue 745 GOLDFINCH BROS. Paints, Glass, Wall Paper and Brushes Both Phones. Main 285 2112 Kucker Avenue jg& AMERICAN V&V* Dye Works LEADING CLEANERS Phon«- Main 281 GEORGE W. LOUTTIT LAWYER Over FirMt National Hank Everett, WaKhinßton £♦•<■ our Stock of New ami I '•<•<! Furniture, Linole...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 14 March 1918

Thursdiiv. March it. 1918. PASTIME AMUSEMENT PARLORS 26 POCKET MMJAItI) TABLES 22 SOLO CARD TABLES Cor. Wetmore cV: Hewitt Avos., in Basement DRIESSLEIN i. BECKER "MORE ÜBS TOLD IN YAKIMA Yakima, Wash. Kditor Co-operative New*: That your readers may know the latest foul outrage being framed up on our Fellow Work ers, who were recently arrested here on false charges of being in .1 conspiracy to furnish aid to the enemy, poison the water, etc., we are sending you this re port of the doings of the city officials as reported in the MYak ima Republic," official gazette of the frame-up ring.. Yakima is having an epidemic of dyphetheria, which started with the death of a clerk in a prominet store. Many people were at the funeral. It spread, until the churches, dhows, dances and schools have been closed. Now th« story has been. pub lished, that one of the City Com missioners has discovered the place where the I. W. W.s now in jail, bored into the water main, and injected dyptheria germs, wh...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 14 March 1918

Pago Pom The Co-Operative News "Each lor All. And All lor Each" Entered as Mcond das-, matter March ;», ii>ii, at the r»wt Office at Everett, Washington, under the act of March :i, IK7'.». PETER HUBBY, Editor ami Manager '"•'- idcn: Phone Main -178 Published every Thursday at 101*« i California St., Everett, w.i Subscriptions iOc per year; 25 weeks for 'Jsc; I'! weeks for ! •>•; single copy f>c; bundle orders at 1 cent per copy. \)l IBBLING AHOUT CAUSE OF WAR I Lloyd George, in statin;* the I War Aims of the British, an id: 'I hi- prt"*«nt nilo* -I i .vi are " r.>. w i r'v.t.-'.J without any r<*frr««nro to th<» couittri"* whom llu^u brouubt into the war. In .—«-t».n .*:•• nrffotiattonj with tl *'.r own common momjr I am in duU-intr in no rcproachca; I am tn«-i ••!> J ■lallnjt facts with » *irw • la makinic it <-!i>»r »hy Ilrlt-tin . :ii. '■-.! b* h»-M nr rountab!* for i!.»-i.i..n-. ItkM in bar ul> »Mr» and c«jn«*rninic whith tin- htm not b*»n runaultcd ...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 28 March 1918

' 338 KATHE Rt N 1 H.HODO IN g , In Things Essential, UNITY In Thing! Doubtful, LIBERTY In All Things, FRATERNITY Be jht copy; r>Oe jmt year. THE SOCIAL EVIL By Maj. Cm. William C. C.orßas. Suric'on-^neral of American mien When there is an outbreak of measles or of pneumonia or of spinal meningitis the entire coun try becomes worried about it. But there is a constant and more deadly drain on the vitality of our itrmy, and no one becomes excited about it. The newspapers do not men tion it. lYi'i'lr do not discuss it. By common consent, nothing is said about it, and it is kept a secret. I refer to the pleague of sexual diseases. To speak in plain Eng lish, I refer to syphilis and gon orrhea. Other diseases take their hun dreds. These veneral ailments take their thousands. It is esti mated that since the war began the total equivalent of 60' divisions of one of the armies of the world were temporarily withdrawn from the fighting because of these ail ments. During the first 18 months...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 28 March 1918

Pacro Two DENTISTS DR. BLVERA WESTBERG DR. VICTOR WESTBERG B 9 American Hunk lUdg PHONE MAIN BUB (. PETERSEN EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING 2!iJl WETMORE WK. EDW. ECKLUND Fancy and Staple (Jrooeriet* Main Stß -'707 Wet more For T.iur N>»t Suit. Try U. HI LTMAN Tailor to Men and Wom«m 2926 Colby Phone Main 700 SCANDIA BAKERY BUTTER BREAD Made in Everett's Modern Bread Shop Call for Royal Bread AT YOUR GROCERS * Mad* at VIENNA BAKERY B.F. Da-Lk OUR SHOES ARE BETTER FISHER, the Shocman Cor. Hewitt and Wetmort If y«n want to nit money «n food Workingmen's Shoes Go to FRANK'S PLACE 1118 Hewitt AT YOIR SKRVK E RAPID AUTO EXPRESS Little Hed Motor Truck Miind at Corner Hoyt and Hewitt i'hone Main 314 Residence Phone, Ulue 745 GOLDFINCH BROS. Faints, dlass. Wall Paper and Hrushrs Fk»th F'honex, M»in 285 21112 Rucker Avenue gH AMERICAN "«^ps?£ Dye Worki LEADING CLEANERS Phone Main 231 GEORGE VV. LOUTTIT LAWYER Over First National Bank Everett, W»nhint:ion See our Stock of New and Uaed Furniture, Li...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 28 March 1918

Tluiis.lav . Maivh 2S. 1918 i t/i.f\ \'\/ r MWWWff^iisS??! nflf *Ie Gc^ Days c! Comfort c /\^T i iliM Rci>J GRAVELY Chewing l»lufi \wtdr^i'^^S^CillMil/-/tV'K$rX Real Gravely Plug ia si :ch £ood tobacco iwSvW-- \«! \i 1 ' * -ift >^*"X' i C—. C)VI>- enough Bweotening to flavor ). that ! (ja^^Y ( 7;^/:^ *'\dF'lis .',' ~ * plujj cf Real Gravely huts much longer :-t:^^!lliY/^:l'l-'^Wf^WitA'/fl',l' "/■'/' than an ordinary plug, ftricl rivei the com r#»i|^lW#/lli' for' °"d Bnli!f"cliun of *°°d tobacco. V >*'Wlfe' r (|<ri f C.iv<- .my iihi.i a < lirw of R< .il (.:nv<ly Plug, nnii h«» v.lftf jt* , ;,r "O* ''" v.>uf/i<!''- th« Uiii>l !■• lend. .s<-iul il»«- l>mi! U ' s'H-< •• v ' >-^^iir I' '^^ • jiSJ^'V. ''''I!;'''' Ordinary -li!!- i. fnl.r economy. It cotU I«m i>t Si«VWL;tf#7///r»^^^^'^^'i*i^^^^^ '' ' ' A' ' week "to chew K.-nl Gravely, bccauio n .mull chew Wlßw lim^^mi ll |l' cf il UiU a lon J shile■>*^5 hile ■>*^> f ' If you i Ri...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 28 March 1918

Paire Fotf * The Co-Operative News ■ I ,<cl. lor Ml. And Ml 1 or B«dl" Kntc .^l as second eltll mattet March :», 1911, at the Pott Office at K\«'iett, WashniKiton, uii<l»t I lie Ml of March .'!. 187>.t. rKTKK HUSHY, Editor and MannKf: '••'-•undent Phone Main 478 PttbUlhtd every Thursday at 1811 California St., Kverett. Wash. Subscriptions 608 per year; 25 weeks for 26c; IS weeks for lf>c; single copy f>c; bundle orders at 1 cent per copy. aljsuj3s«yfcL» HOAN'S ELECTION Ilonn, the Socialist Mayor of : Milwaukee, is practically assured of re-election at least the op-I position admit it This, however, I, su. h m thorn in the side of tfc*» plutocratic, profiteering poli tician* that in their first out burst of rage they threatened to rif Houn Indicted to prevent *■"•» fr« m being r«*-»eateii, or to have thr city placed under mar tiii law. Th»l statement may be taken with considerable salt. It can tnff!y h*1 put down as an out bant tif bluffing impott-nce, for several • re...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 4 April 1918

In Things Essential, UNITY In Things Doubtful, IJKKRTY In All Things, FRATERNITY 5c jxt copy; 60c per year, CAPITALISTS AS THEY ARE (By K,t: Goddard) The radical revolutionary So cialists are the only group m Russia who have been resisting the Germans invasion. Don't loss: sight of that fact. The capital ists, big and little of that country meet the invaders with open arms and great sobs of unadult erated joy. Remember that also. So keep careful tab on those editors and those lying sheets in this country, who are reviling and sneering at the Holsheviki and their heroic efforts to maintain the fruits of their revolution. For the profit mongers of this country are secretly in sympathy with the German military move ment against Russia, and there is a reason why the hired brain poisoners of the press and pul pit should uphold the interests of the group who slip them their thirty pices of silver. It their hojj-ateer masters are given a severe jolt in the region of their excess profits an...

Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The co-operative news. — 4 April 1918

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Publication Title: Co-Operative News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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