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Lay Down Your Arms!
BIy 11A C:I101'(T-H:AZLETT.
F,'rni what has been allowed It.
pass the c.nisorship of the gre'alt tow
ers the lilntelvers of Ithe- piacet cn
glress illdiate that thi wtorld is< c:l'd
v'ithi a -Ot 1intious war iltrOgratll. St i
ator Newv's bill for unit.t.ersal iilit;iii
service is the most dIra sic: it
aidoptlti'd by lmodtern govtlrniili iOtl
With Secretary I)aniel-f callinig Iil
aonappropriation of $ nt,(;f.ill( l ill
anti ia stantling aniliy of nIt.tI ; i tll;
our troops being uIst-t to cru ll w\\ri
lug class revolutionss: wiith -l'..iand
demandling that she lii, alloi Idi I l(
suptlt .lacy of ttit i--' 1. afiil .'\int'tia':
slhipping Iprogra; i d,'clarin thal s5it
(,n buildil all thl ship Iii','"-.nary 1In
insul re her the carrivii' l t -. l- of tht
world, tihe war to ,id -i ;.r look.i a.
though it wcr.- in Ii- cro,-n n d with "i
tpeace to end lra ,,r.
Nogi as sw.ing :; iht' timtl(' (f' ini'
siege of ,t ..ti hi r. l "l'hiis w i ni \il
bie the ltti inil urope for man)y a ,iy
roil] the r'isull T w\ill be crg nrl i l (li:ar
nltlinm ntll.' 1 1 lil' l new I'n-t or ill,
workillt g l:t i .i ('- O tlei di g il f r O 'wllr'
chip cif (ht earth had niht thl'n be
War is the inevitabhl, logie of 1(1"
;:i:-li't i ; itd I itllienls il' ti nlll' . A.
. mitein of "armIe( t i-,. " with a
trl-nzie'd accumulation of arms is but
a r,-petition of the inilI rial sl t -ic am1 -
bitions of (l i ,i r nit t. Tl e ir'.
1 ,nnilc .ism Of thel (;07111 11 ari l l
'tood in the pat1) h of wogking el(m'::
Selprtssoll, ;uld prolorgt-'l the ll's.i' ,1
in anaclhronlisti('c ·r~1, 1. Ito'el\.r
those that fear hi:it \America(i l i ý I'ill'..
should remnl('mbcr" h1! the tnllil
class is an iitld w\,ith triltulltl lll ll 'i
iory .(over its Oplni' sI s. of ' cir. Hi
oppIressed aire f'lly consc iouls. lyi:l
since' ant d fdt ear swi ll k;t.l'ep ltit isi.t s ill
S}ujeItion; when th.t :it 5' gone lhi
uld i pprl' ssion n ill ltt t he rep':it' d
The lvy'ilnn> that go..s with :ia
ir(on lad lilitar ll disi'iplinie ;t ii .i I
opll sition that cryl b liz.s intoll lt. l'
lreverse of' what xiii was design d itoi li
coml pli'h. Loth I.lussia anld C(Iru;;tl,:
Ille cases in pointll . ri ' oluttlint t
are so t 'danced. Ia is a:s t5.,.tih th.
c'omi pulc-ory so I t Jtlitirl 1t :txI c ii
tio lultion tlhat turns (llh sht ill tugh' i
boy the ? alter 1 i lfon e IllnI(islers h'i m
selves. The wailr's of t lu atiit ioi Il ,
workintg class conquest, armIii itt(ti 1 m
tol kiti g" it "ll's I O ntll lit''- itll. li\\ - iii.i-i
fore the toillers crushed y the aces, h
poliet thle world bai- k into it.- rld
formlls the disinte-grationll of h tl. ti
rnollic syi\tem will force th(e new\ ou
derI into beilng, twhose bit ginniiil
have peen lnnounclcd hi the workiln I
,lass revolutilons. r
What a devouring (tl(,opu is miili
Italisl livenl til t'ore the war malad
n(s;ll ai third otf th- itl t inual ril v\tinutoi .
of the world well-1l sp(i-it upon irm' a
nlm nts. \hlat Ii cont(rast is thlis t(
tIhe sail scu s -.., all.side for d(a'( iltini;
bly till re'(v'olutio. Iary o1 Vern( , 'nl(s I
The interest on lht' .,wsar d('bl;
including national -,debts in(crt reli l 1ti
former wars. Twia-thirds of the pul\
y rl into thIlel insatiable i1a1w of \wars
p 1;-. llse;lnt andll prospeellliv'. WVi
sill al ill o lly in Lillioln. when cou( 'llltint
1h4' waste and the on 1r of war. i
'T'here hi \te heeitli six wars luridll\ t1
lighting t)s their conllagrations tihl
d:l -n of the twentieth (cen ir Ihl t '
lioi-r war, that of tilt' I'ni!ed la.t,
and Spain, the ItH:,no-lapanese var :t
beltw(en ltall and T'urkhey in 141 c
Ihe Hallan war tl I' :aid tl 1'ral tr ;l l s
alind t ibis i i of s ,il io n tRln l tl i)oll t
p(e.0 CollR -:. s, hi,. ': hll llldrede rf p( k (
socioties, I1 On)llel ' Ihn, iutIlltlr
]aI'litilll(nl -ly un1ion. the p nle' o', - -
reaus., liberally enctdow ,d fo( tulati into
mind two Vague cOnferl'nces. \\'e ('llt
see about how s,'riously hvyl)ocl (iilt, -l
bourgeois society takes rlligiot.
(ivelr an0 iii, r iglaint has the falsity "
of the capitalist ;xiioni been dcmnu l- e
itrati(ed 111:11 cl lntniln 'r'ial securlity (cu, I
Ille obltai ned b'y in ll ' tiloll ntis. This i' 1
Ou ly O114' of thi' superstitions h.. iat
itsdire'cts the l(nergi.s of mtanklind.
It is equally aillacious lt inlagil t
thai the .atla ying trade of lit' world i
can he capt 'lrd by iilitihr"y po]v\' .
It is only Icc'essar to (qpnpari' tiol- I
illa d with no Illi all.y power, hios(' I
0rnll (erce has bt.ll n as griat a;: - '
tlltly'S vwith a. st~ ldilng hTu iy oi ,
till m ufI t and grater than IIlus:,in's
with tilt erm'l of -of 1.0l)) u0. ; with
thos4 powers that hair nu'de aViii
their great objecti ,e.
Vie reach (th sane' result w\hent
s"'w enolm par'e the V'allltl cif 1he miii- t
tare and non-nlilitatry llt till.s. l it I
Pitlan ard of ('0o10foil in small coul - -
ri4'ls, or in our n e n'O try \'ith i., ;
The Bulletin jobi printing
department is now equipped to
turn out youi job printing.
Prices right, quality right,
service right. If you expect
our thousands of readers to
know who you are, where
you are, when you have your
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Oi OB DEPARTMENT
Mlont0y is baseld on goods prolllduced
aii a11 cilllOi reOeive' llies v il 0111 OT ill
allo\t \vhal i il tliH .s for. expii ,Ese Hil
to sustain tle workersl . The' ,i
sites are a part of the expetilses. lIih
ionalt trade. To ba ~se wealth o
tra 'io is an absurdity IperpIetrat'i
cnily bIt those itnorant of ( it prohd.i
(tf iridi iiiltion.
t'!'h er is too t illc(h .COllottllii los' ii
i tiplti 01(h 1 I a iation lik]e ('arthat
or (;l'r anl y or Englandl . 11 is is
pralticable, and l ii ''i' is no latioil
u(\;lIntageId to tlh', , spll !. ·ring wotv'r
h'I . naI}tions are now inter-dep'ndinll Ii
i I '11 iilWt' erial ;'i 1iI i'ro ltl s. ('aipi
lI.-ll ti< i ll)l l nluio ll; w\ [ltift
Hi h ie', 1 0tt 1e neid iot i'tis,
ltuli illli t] y 1h11, bI1, Of1 CO1 ' ( tll f tOilC1
iin fiati has l nohiiiti to do w\itli it
, Irl-s inec'ssari 1'I, SItiniress Germar
nilitary atggr inntl n ot contimercia'
i'lltp itiioni , .hi h i s imnpossible, e:.
rit sl' rll ti . itio tt iloN
\VWar i- oni' of the savagei sutr-vir
ils; whtn a, gel over being savages
we will '. l nli Sle other Way of iaid
is int ' 'llill'o tl'.es that is less i x
\\i.. will not haite tto liurtr
uli, t it liise in o lrder to get rouist
pork. I I''itt of h nrit-ug unations
Stin 1- '' t.aih otheI r, wI w'ill unite
v i' ii + s i , 'i i in a fight against pov
.f . :inmloan,, wild nature, and dis
P. one time it was considered
Il'' 'ii:'-ry to la' ir ove't religion; this
, pa-1. Now. we lutst war ov)et
itnorn~ttial tsupremac;l this too will
'he intierests of nltijons iare not an
agonistic but Itnutiial. Trade crises
I , ill l tl letr pliiis in thei worldt affect
That thore ;an itbe profit in war is
iht "gilreati illiiSlon" I Oll which Nor
alin Aingell lays suc-ih stress. Modl
1rn wars are too eXpensiV\e. No "gn
Sials can, like Napoleon or the ltlonh
ioli(ll conquests, bring home mor, Ioot
1t1niii the eXigtenses of the iwar.
It is fallahiout to maginhe that be
luit s( the workeifrs do inot pay th
1i515 th1(0 they are economically un
itf et(ted by \var. AVorkers employed
n l it r lan ts diminishi produtction
>f' consulblbe articles. This cause,
ightr pries tof commodities, tlanld at
ionslquet t higher cost of living.
iages do not follow, (ivei thotugh
hi i lita t be greatly enhanced. If
ie c-apitl empnloyed in iriniaitt entts
he e -t fo 't.e for I iproductivei indus
ies it world (m1o10n1 an increase of
vealth, it reduced price of contt lodi
ies, and the treal wage would be
"Th'l military form of society in
hlvl,,. a polittial philosophy which is
ontrar-y to the principles of human
c:s(ciatihn anld its tendoney towards
o-oi ta'tid'i, There is tlils an inher
'nt futilitlt in the attempt to be bet
i" Ihan +your neighbors. nterna
io htal 1'oliplletiion is a11 unll hronlisml.
.rnled policy mars \vnorld eicienct,
Political 11ld1 ( economic unils do not
;111(' i Ieh ,.
ii'v lplv-i nI l ipl jlii'iI so80(al i11sti4c1. LI is
t144'11i18 thelli' i iloitil Ol i 0 the1 wrllk
"rs. ('onsett11ontlll! at hucttonl eve.cry
wal I is a(class Warl. \Vlivii we' dl~
I ro)y liii' xploiiiiol o444 o4 1 cla4ss ( by4
:111(41 111r 111(11" I5 111)1h Oilg It'll to tightl
oiver; .l 11it I I;' wars waiged hy the' r'u1
i ing ("141815 5 iagaii84 41(11 oiither (1t
nilyi 1(he dest 4(1olt 143 te work erils0
iWOilig (ll 'ii' OWIi 144414481 411.
'IFlins h111s 14Q('11 0 1411 i 1 hIe lrevou
tions18 in Ru488114 \ 44441 l11'Vl4iiV. it was
1(11 410 (11 t ih t 4114 1141ic 1 01 outo did
1111181 144t I l (s1104)n1ec 1ic' revolu
!104 olii Iic vi th4' (010 o 411 ('0l e1014
0c1(414 F1iiiii a1ls ihit 1114441 powerless
beor 1i4(01(1i' 1 hi knlow whait t144
trouble is and how' t0 roni rotnil'e it
11ii'1 414e' lightinig against414 d1e'stiny.
11443 will 01(111 aiway3 1(01'0151 thii n1w
t11ing t11a1 fa114 h114 bro0ught1 i1nto he
\\4'ars 14olow10 0Ii41114e' ll ('igiel011
iwori guar4 h I ngl tt111114 li 011 01i 01 tifly e
Iclii'l~itio. IInt 18 1144 Invlihli I4'1tl44'4'r
eeliii 111l'('11414)age 01 w' hll't1.
.\(14111 4441 ho i40104 4 his gr'eat 1110
141'~o aboitsh1 wa o ro a1ij4141 C00lpjeti
148 sysll enl'18 i 11 144 t'vlz tionl 1144'p[14
i141044iI11 is theroot ba is,' In it'oulV1411'V on
:11411114e144 411' ((Ill hits 8 o4t' l'X~l~lIhii h~g
poua1o11 1118.gtrt f h sr
" 'he national psychology for war
Ilmust be stolippnd not only by a line
it of conllsirucive readjustmiients which
the workers muIIst .'llter u1 (on11., )llt )by
I clear understanding of thli class
basis of society. A change of insti
tiutions precedes a lhatnge of ideas,
butr educaltioin hIastensl the1 process by
e nroviding a receptli\ve condition fol
S1 the gerliination of tile new order.
- The olkers lare nol so frightened
at war as the capitalist class. The
worke1rs have everything to gain by a
chalnge the capitalists have every
thilg to lose. The w\\orklers must not
be stalmpeded by the restrictiv\e nleas
llres tlhat are direlcted against them
,s the social cataclysm alpproaches;
but must taike a decisive stand
against all infringement of their lib
cities and welfare.
At the peace conference in Paris,
lEngland, America. France and Ja
p an are attempting to reconstruct the
world on its old basis, in the inter
est of these four great powers. Their
stateslmen are old, their shibboleth,
i'(e old, and their pllans of plunder
for the future belong to an age that
gone. One half of Europe. the
rc volutionary half, is debarred from
the conference. Yet this half is
shaping the destinies of the world
that is to be. Out of its apparent
chaos is evolving a cosmos at which
the doddering old men can only gale
with terror-stricken eyes.
And the new order cries: "1
come not to bring peace, but a
sword." But the sword shall bring
THEY CAN'T GET
AWAY FROM IT
SBy D. N. R.
It is quite apparent now
* * *
1 'That the old world
ilI , , *
Is growing BETTER
I) Despite the HOSTILITY
I eaped upon the MASSES
By the lustful GREED HOUNDS.
By leaps and bounds
IABOR is NOW punching
t ipon it's RIGHTS
With ABLE ability
And handing the PARASITES
A noticeable TROUNCING.
' Oln the part of SOME,
We lack STICKING qualifications
Yet OUR aspirations
's Are BEING realized
To some little extent
;t Each and EVERY new moon
e And it MUST be SOON
That WE can be content
s With some REAL democracy.
11 While the DEMONS of hypocrisy
NOW stand trembling
t In their STOLEN mansions
LABOR IS assemlling
- And LOUDLY beckoning
SFor them to come out and accept
The RIGHTFUL reckoning
And take back the HELL
W\Vhich is their JUST due
And NOT a few
Of the DIRTY COWARDS
Realize only to well
What IS coming to them
Consequently the LYING, SNEEK
With their WHINING yelps
n Show signs of CRAWLING
Away into seclusion.
They SHOULDN'T have the oppor
t NO! they should be DRIVEN
In a grand (?) parade
t Past all who HAVE had to SUFFER
From TI-EIIt depredations,
And then made
(As in the Roman days)
To share a pit
With blood-thirsty beasts,
That would be THEIR EQUAL.
Yes, their equal and nothing less
For THEY possess
Only DESIRE for llLOOD feasts
As do kings of the jungle.
What other plement
Other than natural laws
Has helped to BUNGLE
Nature's IDEALS which BELONG
To the WIHOLE of humlanity?
SThere are NONE
-But these SELF-STYIED,
IlLOOD-SUC'KING, TIIIEVING ARIS
To imatke the world so BITTER.
\'ery LITTLE longer can they litter
ThI, minds of the WOIlERS
\With their DECEIVING aplpearance
Andl CRUDE DEFAMING lies.
At a casual slant
The world may yet LOOK BAD
But WE are mighty glad C
Tlhat it SURELY can't
Get Very much worse,
For they who ARE a CURSE i
To AI.L of US humans ('
Are on their LAST legs 1
And MUST SOON gulp
ALL of their OWN POISON dregs
Which have ever caused US
To be their debtor.
The roadbed on life's highway ) c
IS being IMPROVED each day 1
* * * '
And that's WHY I say, I 1
It's quite apparent now I 3
That the old world ' /
*· S'S ·,
THE EVER GROWING LIST OF REAL LIVE
IS PROOF '()OSITIVE OF THE "PU LLING PO WER" OF BULLETINADVERTISING. IF
YOUR FIIMI NAME DOES NOT APPEAR ON THIS LIST MR. MERCHANT, PHONE 52 FOR
OUR AD) IAN, AS THIS IS THE "DAILY SHIIOPPING GUIDE" OF 20,000 BUTTE ADULTS.
AUTO REPAIR CHIROPRACTIC HABERDASHER POOL ROOMS
SHOPS ll'ora W. Emery Dollar Shirt Shop, Lambro's Pool Hall,
Room 9. Silver Bow Block. Rialto Theater Bldg. 42 E. Park St.
Patterson & Currie,
Mercury and Montana.
Murphy Garage, CIGARS b
230 East Platinum. HATS FOR MEN RESTAURANTS
South Side Auto Garage, The J. A. Cigar,
McG2124 Cobban Sopreet. Union Made 112 W, Park street. 111 S. Main street.
Corner Second and Utah. Leland Cafe,
Lacey Auto Repair and Service CEMENT WORK WA72 East Park sfetreet.
1126 Utah.op, CEMETERY COPING 29 W. Broadway.
Grand Avenue Repair Shop, Maurice F. Kiley, Crystal Cafe,
Corner Harrison and 1109 W. Woolman. Sewell's Hardware, 69 East Park Street.
alkes221 East Park street. Walkers (Branch) Cafe,
Butte Carraige Works, Shiners, Furniture, E. Park and Arizona.
Butte Carraige Works, DAIRIES 75 East Park Street. Bank Cafe,
30 to 56 E. Silver St. Bank Cafe,
-_ 107 S. Arizona.
A4SAYERS 469 E. Park street. ICE CREAM PAR- Golden West Cafe,
10w 8 N Waykor, A stryee, DRUGGISTS LORS, CANDIES, Etc. Handley's Cafe,
Lewis & Walker, AssayeOlympia Fruit Co.,Wyoming.
Jac(,ues Drug Co., 14 N. Dakota St.
AUTOS BOUGHT 1957 Harrison a.en.s. REAL ESTATE
AND SOLD DANCING LESSONS JEWELERS Sarles & Glrroir,
E. H. Rupert, Montana Jewelry Co., 354 Phoenix Blds.
228 S. Arizona St. New Moose Hall, Opticians, Etc.,
7134 East Park Avenue. 73 East Park street. Wu106 W. Granite St.
AUTO PAINTING People's Loan Office,
AUTO PAINTING DENTISTS 28y East Park street.
Butte Carriage Works, Brodie, the Jeweler, SHOES
30 to 56 E. Silver St. . A. Pankey, Dentist, 40 East Park street.
30 to 56 E. Silver St. W. Prk street. Chicago Shoe Store,
Unon W. rk street. . S. Jewelry Co., 7 S. Main street.
BANKS Third Floor Rialto Bldg. 21 East Park Street. Walkover Shoe Co.
Dr. S. Herman, Dentist. Towle-Winterhalter-Hannfn 46 V. Park Street.
Cegen BropyBan,__al_ 404-5 Phoenix Bldg. Company,
Park and Dakt streetsW. Park St.
Powell Jewelry Co., SECOND-HAND FUR
EXPRESS AND 112 N. Main St. NITURE
BJTCHERS. TRANSFER. I. Simon, NITURE
' 21 North Main. - -
__chumach__r Meat Co., Charles Noland;
18 E. Park St., Flats Transfer Co., 105 West Galena St.
Truscott.s :arne , ýi 2600 Harrison Ave. LADIES' TAILOR
E. PaI anc .rant. ST
Western Meat Co., FISHING TACKLE, O'ren, Lades' Tailor, SPECIALISTS
121 E. Park St. 422 Phoenix blcek. ---
Independept Market, RODMAKING, ETC. E. Zahl, Dr. W. H. Haviland,
203 South Main. 504 W. Park 71 West Park St.
Liberty Market, Ted Ross,
401 S. Main St. 73 W. Park Street. SHOE REPAIRING
IMain Street Market, LADIES'S OER P I N
107 S. Mai, st. FIRE INSURANCE GARMENTS Tip Top Shoe Shop,
F 423 N. Main
BAKERIES Saries & Girroir, Real Estate, Popular Ladies' Garment Store,
- ~54 Phoenitx lde. 63 East Park Street. TAILORS
M'anhattan Bakery, TAILORS
205 W. Park.
Dahl's Bakery, FURNITURE LAUNDRY Bernard Jacoby, Tailor,
107 N. Montana Street. - 19 S. Dakota street.
Royal Bakery, Shiner's, Furniture, Independent Laundry, Montana Tailors,
20 South Main. 75 E. Park street. 232 S. Main Street. 425 N. Main street.
Home Baking Co., B. Kopald Co., Furniture, E. Z.hl, Tailor,
yma st. odMUSIC HOUSES 604 w. Park street.
larker System of Bakeries, Otto, the Tailor,
128 W. Park St. FLORISTS 66 East Broadway.
216-218 N. Main St . Dundee Woolen Mills,
BARBER SHOPS Columbia Floral, 216-218 Main St. 62 West Park Street.
47 West Broadway.
Butte Tailoring Co.
Con Lowney. MEN'S OUTFITTERS 116 . Main Sto.
309 N. Main. FRUIT AND VEGE- w. Oertel,
Pastime Barber Shop and Pool Palace Clothing & Shoe Store, 431½ S. Arizona St.
Room, TABLES 63-55 E:Park St.
210 North Main St. -- - -- Montana Clothing and Jewelry Big 4,
Park Barber Shop, People's Fruit Co., Company,17 W. Park St.
86 E. Park. 39 East Park. 103 S. Arizona. Scotch Woolen Mills,
Fair Barber Shop, 329/ So. Paul Rask, 43 East Park St.
Arizona. GROCERIES 331 E. Park St.
0: K. Store, TEAS, COFFEES,
BUSINESS Allen~s Grocery, 24 E. Park St.
1204 E. Second street. Bouchers, SPICES
INSTITUTES Kermode, Groceries, 27 W. Park St.
421 East Park street. Grand Union Tea Co.,
Butte College of Telegraphy, Poynter's Cash Store. MILLINERY 28 W. Broadway.
Lewisohn Bldg. 1854 Harrison. _ _________
Shannon Grocery. Hughes Millinery, UNDERTAKERS
609 South Main. 649 Utah Avenue.
,'I'TERIES S. F. T. A. Cash Grocery, Larry Duggan, Undertaker.
RI( 'I IlARGED 627 East Galena Street. 3 et
Truseott's. PHOTOGRAPHY 322 North Main street.
Trucott'sDanels & Bio, Undertakers,
Montana lat.ery Station, East Park and Grant. - Dani6 el ast BlbPark street.r
'2244 S. Arizona. Ames Grocery, Thomson's Park Studio,
Butte Iattipry Co., 316 'f N. Main St. 217 East Park Street.
119 S. Montana St. Hanson's Cash Grocery, VULCANIZING
605-7 S. Main St. O TI
CTOTilE CLEANING aCarthy, y .J. L. Mathiesen, Vulcanizing,
64 E. Broadway. 40 East-Galena.
ANI) 1RESSING McCarthy-Bryant & Co., Montana' Jewelry Co., W. J. Trudgeon,
317-319 East Park Street. 73Opticians Etc., Gates' "Half-Sole" Tires,
Bernard Jacoby, Arizona Cash Market, 45 East Galena
19 % S. Dakota Street. 429 S. Arizona St. Towle-Winterhalter-Hannican
Bishop Bros., Company,
ishopBos101 W. Park St. VARIETIES
CLOTH1ING AND TAI- 180 Walnut St Powell Jewelry Co., Lm rsViyS
(.r12 N.Mai'n SISt. 206 West Park Street.
Silg 4 'ramior. ,OUTFITTERS WELDING
17 West Park Street. INGS OUTFITTERS WELDING
Allen & Darnell, Murphy Money HBack Store, Francis J. Early, Vulcan Welding Works,
-07 East Park. 65 E. Park St. 715-719 E. Front St. 116-118 S. Wyoming
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! Doings on the Hill.
li ... H' M.
The Gunman ' union met in regu
lar session Thursdayv evening in their
Four new arrivals in the camp
were admitted at metmbership.' Some
question aros, is to the eligibility
of one of them. bIt when he proved
that he had s(uhbbe(d in the Coeur
and had slho d
""solt uofia a e
Butte Bulletin for insinuating that
John D. Ryan was not the most
patriotic man in America.
A resolution of condolence because
of the loss to the stockholders of
the A. C. M. Co.. resulting from the
ending of the war and the conse
quent drop in the price of copper,
was unanimously adopted.
The business agent reported that
a large amount of ammunition, orlgi
nally intended to be used on the
Huns, had been secured at a bar
ai "d could low.
the greater MIifaelere o"the
had been placed on the company
blacklist for reading the Bulletin
on the street cars, and that there
were hopeful signs of starvation
among the Finnish workers, since all
precautions had been taken against
their getting any credit at the stores.
Under good and welfare, attention
was called to the fact that it had been
impossible to drive the striking min
ers to violence, and unless members
of the Gunman's union should start
something themselves, some of them
recent years, and, on motion, a com
Inittee was appointed to arrange for
a benefit dance for the widows of.
After singing "The Rustling Card
Forever," the meeting adjourned in
Register, and get your
friends to register, or you can't
vote at the primaries .in 'the
pring election. ..,
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