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Says Policy of "Mind Own
Business" Is Ended If
World Chamber of Com
merce Becomes a Realty.
(ISpecial United Press \Virt·i
SVWashington, Feb,. 20. - Senator
Poindexter today attaickled It h";o
of nations' constlitution, charact-eriz
ing it as a "frightful eompact andi l
fatal covenanlt," abolishijng Amn'rical;
sovereig nty and malting the nation
part of a great international sot iet.
lie criticised President \\ilson rfo
trying to pirevent cot.tgressional dis
(cSSion and chargit'd hilred propagan
(lists with slpreading thel admlllnistrla
tion's vtietws. I, dit eltared various
Iprovisions of IIthe Onstitutionll \vague
and loosely d' i a1 .1
Poinii dextt r. in his statemellnts to
day, said thi .leagIe (f natillns marks
Ithe end if tihe \Americanl traditional
hpolicy of lllllld your own businell ss,
which apllied to Amelrica andtl other
natliolls alik . lie asserted the COll
stitutio ll prollposes a world go\vern
itell i uodlli ed along the lines of the
Itssianll s,,tiet governmelllnt, and that
its part is thlie same internationalisnm
theI iindustrialists and bolshhovists are
seeki:ing., and that intsteiad of bringilg
pri ettlt peacl.e, it will sow dragon's
te11th 1fron which arnmed men will
sprilng. anld that unless its is submit
ted to thie Anmerican people in a 1)0o
liti cal catmlpaign for their apptroval or
disapproval, populahr governtment in
the it ited 8tates disaplpears. Ie
"There is internationalism of the
elite and intelnationalisnl of the pro
letariat in this world. Germansy is
supporting hotlh. Idealists and peace
at any price tpacilists a'e aplproaching
by one road. Industrial W orkers or
tile world, and their bolshevist al
lies throlughout Ithe( worl iar( ip
proachlinig upon atnother. 1Both lead i
to the sami.' destinlation -- interna-l
Iional, despiotic world government.
Iloth involve sulrrenler of national
slni. and the setting up of centralized
I, W. W. RAIDED IN
NEWARK, N, J,
Newark, N. .. .Felb. 20.--In- all ef
fort to break up the growth of Ithe
I. \V. W\, in Newark. N..1., it raidl was
made last week uponl the headqllua;r
tIis of Metal and Machinery 1'1ork
ers' l hdustrial uniou No. 3)1), r'e
Cently- olllpened at 17S \West lii.,n,
street. The raidini g party was I<id by
LiceusA ('oml ii ss.io ,er ('ozz ' ieo,
Swho is; a llmembelr of the Uiartendel's
and \Vaiters' Alliance, anl A. I. of I.,
Two arrests were imade. ludolph
..celcstein and ('harlles Siele wer!
held for' dislribulting literature. .\n
etl'ort was mllade to fastenl a charge of
draft evasionl again tlhe yountg nlin
but both were able to prove that thlte'
were- undier draft age.
The New York ('all, in describinug
the incident. asserts that the raid was
the result of the recent growth of the
f:lit) branch among formecr mleltbe's
iof tilhe I A. of M., and that the see
retary of the A. F. of L. organiza
tion obtainetd assistance in his drive
agtainst the t1. \V. \V. fromtt Cozzonino.
Thel newspapltter aiccounts ill NeSwark
assert that IUnited States lIistrici At
torney Itynch has pledged his aid in
"cleaining out the Iholsheviki."
It is estimated that the Metal anti
M\lIae ilicry \Vorlccers' industrial uinioi
No. 'lno has reeruitted over !IO100 intll
Shters i the last two months.
CHEWING GUM MAN
BUYS CATI LINA ISLE
('hi iago, Fe'b. 2 - .. Purchaset of
Santa ('atalinat island by Willisain
\Vrigley. (Chicago chetwing guni lil
lionair'. was atnnountcedl in private
mtessagts here todiay. Wrigley, now
in ('alirornia. informt ed business as
sociates hie had acquired the island
off the c';liforlnia cotast with a view to
ntl.king it a grteat pleasure resort.
\\'rigle. 's brother, 'Charles. 1tt i
tie.l the report h lre. T'he price
ite-oltiit to e tittet'e'n. $8,e(I,O (I
' t *4I. 0.(iu n l
IttllON W$N'.St lt i t ( IIUIINE».
Roger \V. liabson, head of Hlab
son's Statistical Organizatlion. Inc.,
whitch furnishes reports to ilerchants.
hanklers and investors, lhas sent out a
"IHaroitllter Letter" in which the les
tllons of the w a re tdiscutssed.
This letter raises the question,
"Shall we' all volutnlarily give up
something, or shall we all run the
risk of losing everytling?'
The answer, Babson tells his busi
ness clientele, depends upon whether
or not we are willing to profit by the
real lesson of the war.
If we are willing to let the bulk
of manual workers of this country
peaceably retain the Iprestige and
pirivileges which the war has given
them-if we are willing, to run the
country in the interest of the produc
er's of the property rather than the
ilnheritors of property, then we can
head olff disaster.
If. however, the financial and busi
Iness interests of the United States
and allied nations attempt to return
to pre-war economic condlions then
there surely will follow an explosion.
- Producers' News, Plentywood,
Register, and get your
friends to register, or you can't
vote at the primaries In the
NOTICE TO GREAT
Where the Bulletin is sold:
Oscar Prescott, 18 Second
Ed Landgren, 408 First avenue
The World's News company.
Corner' First National bank
Corner Fourth and Central, two
BUTTE LETTER CARRIERS
TO GIVE BENEFIT DANCE
Annual Event Will Be Given
at Pallmont Hall To
The Butte Letter Carriers" asso
ciation, branch 621 of the National
Letter C(arriers. will hold its annual
dance toi morrow evening at Pall
miont hall. The entire proceeds of
the dance are to be placedl in the
hospital and sick benefit fund.
The dances given by the carriers
in ilhe past were always pleasing and
well attended. The colllnlittee this
year promlises a real treat to their
frienlds by introducing sottme novel
and enlltertaining features in connllec
tion with the dance. The Pallas or
chestra Ihas been specially engaged
for the occasiotn. Refreshments will
be served as tusutal.
Tlhe commlnlllittee in charge of the ar
rangelments is Janmes .1. Donnelly,
chairman; WVilliam .1. Lavelie and
Anthony J. Dugan.
(Special United Press \Vire.)
Basle, Feb. 20.---The entire luhr
district is reported in the hands of
the Spartacans. Stnguinary street
fighting is raging west of Pltalia.
where tilhe governl'mlent is reported. to
have conceltrated 30,000 troops
The Spartacans, who are said to
have force.t a general strike in Muitel
h.ei, are Ireportetd conlmpletely de
feated in I)orsten and \Vest Phatlia.
BORAH WRITES TO
(Special I nited Press \\iri.)
Vasllingtoll, Feb. 20. --Sena tor
iBorah ill an iopen letter to cx-Pl'rsi
dent Taft askedt aldvocates of the
pIroposed letagule of natiotns if they
wouiltl offetran amt eindtnent to the
Paris constitution draft reserving tmhe
right of the United States to preserve
the M'onroe doctrine intact.
MINISTER TO U, S.
(Special t'uited Press Wire.)
Basle, Feb. 20. The German gov
ernmient has designated Austrian
Premier Lammasenlll as mlinister to
the United States provided German
Aulstria units with Germany, a W\ei
Imur dislpatchl annoullnced.
All 1men who l(I\(chd injulries oil
the pilhcet 111ine Cot in their names
and addre' ses to thi S. S. \V. C., in
care of lthe retlier lcou. littee (Metal
M'iners' 1'nio n hill. 10 I 8. Idaho
street. not later thain 'el. 2U1.
All relief is dis'onti nuedcl from Feb.
17, at Il p. iii. By order of S. S. \V. C.
relief cootinliit tee.
.1. A.\. 1t.. Chairman.
Chicago Shoe Store
7 South Main Street
Is Still On
,'7 shoe -..................$5.95
Cthippewa\\ digging shoe,
$ 5 shoe .............. ....$3.95
Howatrd & Foster union
made (10 shoe........$7.95
1 $8 shoe for.------............--$6.95
$7 shoe for------.............$5.95
$6 shoe for..............$4.65
Branch, 43 E. Park St.
ARt1 YOU A C\(:KER?
.TIhis question i= directed at.you.
The reason tl IV pompts the query is thie 'a(t that tiheie
are TEN TIlOUs\.\1)P SLACKERS IN BUTTE.
Look yourselr \er and see whether you are of that
You are a slaIHr if you have failed to register and thus
qualified as a \Ile ii the coming spring municipal elec
You may be e u1' o oe thing: The menl who oppose you
and your economic prog:'an are registered to the last man
They applreci le the importlace of controlling tihe gov
erniment undler \ llici you, as well as they, have to LIVE
If you fail to register, you are a SLACKER and are eri
titled to just the -,rt of treatment that happens to be hand
ed ouit to you by Iltose in positionrs of authority whenever it
suits THEIR pu'lose.
GET BUSY--1IIE:ISTER TODAY!
ON NEXT SUNDAY
Attorney General Ford,
County Attorney Jackson
and Mrs. Hathaway Speak
at "Dry" Celebration.
"A dry state and a dry nation" is
the battle cry of BMontana "drys ."
who will hold forth at the high
school auditorium next Sunday after
noo,. at 3 o'clock.
Preparations are being made for
a big crowd, who will enjoy a good
lmusical program, headed by the
Butte Male club. The admission is
free and everyone is invited.
'I he principal speakers are Attor
ney-General S. C. Ford, County At
torlney Joseph R. Jackson and Mrs.
M. S. Hathaway.
MIONTANA I11EN IN I,1ST.
iWounndedl, I)egree I'udetelrmined.
Clifford Buck, Oswego.
Corp. Elmer D. Oxider, lHavre.
.Joseph A. Sandelius. I-loffman.
Edward \Waldbillb g, Drummond.
Otto Hatche'r, LismIas.
Anton Iuoncharieh, Rod Lodge.
\Villia in .I. Nienti. Red Lodge.
Hlalvor, Snubak, Edgerton.
Cecil L. Chapman. lPlentywood.
1'ouillded. Degree il ndleui'ined.,
Il'eviouisly Itell.lted Mlissilg
\Williant O. Gilbert, 101 VWest La
Platte street, Butte.
N L(KHT'l' Il I,1'OHT.
\Wilbur E. Smith, Bo'reman.
W'oilllluled, IDegree Undetcrlnilnlled.
Joel T, Harris, Baker.
Edward B. Geise, Eddy.
Edward Gold bloom, Crowley.
Alvin Jones, Fort Uenton.
WValter O. Browning, Dixon.
Elmer A. IEnnis, Boyd.
Frank Grebil, Butte.
Charles I". Nichols, Hyshani.
lHenry Squires, (Irantsdale.
CITY AND COUNTY RECORDS
MAIlIltlAGI,. I(" ENES.
Johnl Smlith ( :!I. ,Melrose. and
Mary Lindsiay (19 1. Melrose.
Fred C. W\ilhenl (28), ('amlp I ee,
and Mabel U. la wd'n (32), Butte.
Thomas .\laguirt' (36), Butte, and
Kate Crowley ( 24 1. Butte.
.1. lermant (a'rri-on (381. WVarm
Springs. and Sarah Jenkins (2S),
W Val in Springs.
1),Ei:I)S l!:€'OI RDEI).
Lewis Forsetll er ix to Victor Ny
lund, lot 24, hlhtk i6S McQueen ad
Margaret 'tottenl nee \Vull et con
to Henry Hill tl us, lot 16, block 10,
Grand a\vcnun' aitditton. $1.
Simuel .. tioo 't ux to D. J. Fitz
ti gerald, t'll:lt 'e. lot 5. block 7. Ply
n t:th addtiliiun ;cd lot 14. block 4
:Excelsior ald lioii n. $1.
lMt;'rs' ;vi;ng Bank & Trust 0(.
to Louiis Chrlig. lot 4 and 5, block
(" Gilman addition, $1.
.I I' "Rt)IIWARID.
One of thi' mIo t noticeable thing:
in these days of trades unions, is the
fact that llelllters of the Typographi
tcal Union are daily setting matter
for the plress that is intended to
mitigate against the activities of Or
ganized FItol.l .iust recently the press
or to bhe 'orlrlt, one of the local
"n'ewspaplr ''." if it can be legiti
mately cailltdt by that trame, has
published some of the vilest and
mlost v'noilolis iad mllalicious tirades
against lth' i or king class mnovemont
possible. .\t I'hotenix, Ariz., recently
a soldiers' ial workmlen's council
was fornmed .\ccoirding to press
notices, tit' Iirst official act of this
organization \\as the passing of a
resolutiton lItl\rlinig a censorship by
the Tylpotagrll tcal union of all mat
ter rlegatriii. Iunion labor sent to
I newspapetr rtlilltosing roonls. ,We
pass thte slae,'stion along to the
memlbers of tiih typlographical union
of this provinQ' aiud' to those menl
bers of that organization working
on the sllh."tt c hlich1 has so often di
gressed oser tihe line .of even capi
talistic lit \\WtSl;lt, ethics, which in
the best of circtttustances is not of a
high order. -It ('. Federatlonist.
Bulletin lBosters should patronise
Bulletin advertiser. ..
T. M. Lowry, First Sheriff
of Silver Bow County, Is
Victim of Heart Failure
at His Home Last Night.
T. M. Lowry, firstsheriff of Silver
Bow county and one of the highly re
spected pioneer residents of the city,
lied at 11 o'clock last night at his
home of heart failure. Mr. Lowry
had been about the city as usual yes
terday and his death caime without
any warning or previous ill health.
Mr. Lowry caihe to Butte in 1872.
He was born in Rockford, Ill., in
Surviving members of the inimmedi
ate family are the widow, who, previ
ous to her tmarriage, was Miss Mollie
Pearce; son, Mel Lowry, who is in
the United States engineering corps
in, France, and his daughters, ' Mrs.
C'. T Piggott, Roundup; Mrs. E. B.
:Milburn, Miss Harvard Lowry and
Mrs Riley, widow of the late Her
Fiuneral arrangeuments have not
GERMANS ARREST THE
Berne. Feb. 20.-A nation-wide
insurrectioni in Germany, aided by a
Russian bolsheviki army, has been
planned for March, it was revealed
in documents discovered when Karl
Radek, bolsheviki agitator, was ar
rested in Charlottenburg, according
to Germlan advices received here to
The documents, it was said, show
that the proposed Spartacan uprising
would be the signal for the Russians
to cross the German frontier and in
sure the success of the revolution.
Radek, who was one of Karl Leib
knecht's lieutenants in the recent
Berlin revolt, eluded the government
police. His hiding place in a villa
in Charlottenburg was discovered by
watching the movements of his sec
retary, Lina Becker. She also was
Washington, Feb. 20. -- Felh.
Frankfurter, chairman of the war la
bor policies board, has resiened. It
is stated that the board will be de
Bulletin Phone No. Is 52
The HImnn of Good Hatdware
Mechanics Fine Tools
Plumnbing and Electrical
Phone 956. 221 E. Park
YOU CAN CUT THE
HIGH COST OF
by going to the
8 EK. Iark Street
The Working Man's
Good Meat Cheap
-See Our ,Window for , rices
MUVRO'S TEAM BREAKS
THE BOWLING RECORD
Take Three Straight Games
From Telephone Com
The Mudro bowling team last night
defeated the Telephune aggregation
by taking three straight games. This
is a mark that as between two good
bowling outfits has yet to be demon
strated on the Marquette alleys in
the Commercial league. Von Seidlitz
of the Mudro team rblled the high
average, while Charlie Mudro rolled
the high score. Tonight there will
be another match of five games be
- tween Felix Mudro and J. Jocick for
a side issue. Friday night there will
be a match betwen the Gamer and
The scores of last night's match
J. M\Iudro ..... 172 183 165-- 520
Clarke . 129 134 121-- 384
Pearce ..........161 166 165--- 492
Von Seidlitz..177 196 188- 5611
C. Mudro........209 168 166- 543
Totals ..S....848 847 805--2,500
S Gilboy ..........205 177 152-- 534
Fountaine .165 103 150- 418
e Maher ........182 152 149-- 483
Marx ..........124 145 136-- 405
, lovick ... 155 185 209-- 549
Totals ......831 762 796-2,389
SBUTTE WILL CLASH
Wt ITH HELENA FRIDAY
Local and Capital City High
Schools' Basket Ball
' Teams Meet Here.
s. The Butte and Helena high schools
3. basket ball teams will meet tomor
d row night at the high school gym
r- here for another tussel and on the
part of the locals it is intended to
>t administer a second defeat to the
capital city quint, on the heels of
the game won by Butte Saturday
night at Helena, while Helena is
coming here intent on wiping out
that defeat. The result ought to
llmake it a near certainty as to which
is the better team.
The game tomorrow night will be
followed by a dance.. The game will
start at 8 o'clock and will be preced
ed by a preliminary affair among the
,e junior teams.
a Basket Ball Tournament
Won By Delta Rho Five
Missoula, Feb. 19.---After a series
of inter-fraternity basket ball games
w at the State university of Montana
I Delta Rho won the tournament, hav
sing won five straight games. Sigma
SNu took second place, Sigma Chi
third, Alpha Delta Alpha fourth, Iota
_ Nu fifth, and Sigma Phi Epsilon
it After the close of the tournament
la W. E. Schreiber, head of the physi
y cal education department at the uni
. versity, picked an all-fraternity tdam.
s It is composed of Howard, Delta Rho,
and Ahern, Sigma Chi, forwards;
McKain, Alpha Delta Alpha, center;
Whisler, Sigma Chi,' and Neigle, Sig
nma Nu, guards.
, To the Boys Who
a- Stayed At Home.
You say he can't stand the army,
The life is too rough for him,
2 Do you think he is any better
Than any other mother's Toni or
You raised him up like a girl,
He don't smoke or drink is your
If all the boys were just like him,
What would have become of our
You say let the rough-necks do the
They are used to the beans and
I im glad I am classed with the
Who fought for the Red, White
You say his girl couldn't stand it,
To see him off with the rest.
Don't you think she'd have been glad
I to have him enlist
If she felt German's hot breath on
Think of, the poor daughters of
Of the cruelties they had to bear.
What would you, have done if the
Had happened to your daughter
I You thank God that the stars in old
Are not blurred by that kind of
Because there were ten million
That have red blood in their veins.
They went to drill in bad weather.
And came in with a grin on their
While your darling sat in the parlor,
And some other nman fought in his
Maybe we do smoke and gamble,
But we fought as our forefathlrs
So go warm the milk for his bottle,
Thank God we did not need your
Charles Vowell Gets Lease
for 10 Years at $35,000.
Plans Renovation and Im
The Leggat hotel lease yesterday
passed into the hands for 10 years of
Charles O. Vowell, an experienced
hotelinan of Butte. The considera
tion is $35,000.
Alex Leggat. manager of the hotel.
and president of the company, who
built the hotel in 1914, will retire
fronm the business and revert to tile
practice of mining engineering.
The incoming management will
take charge March 1. Mr. Vowell
came to Butte 14 years ago and since
that time has made a success of sev
eral hotel ventures. For several
years lie managed the Leonard hotel
and later took over the Naptdn. Mr.
Vowell spent two years in resurrect
ing the old Grand Union hotel at Fort
Benton and transformed it into a
high class hostelry.
Complete renovation is planned for
the Leggat hotel. The entire 90
rooms will le gone over and many
new and modern improvements made.
For the last year Mr. Vowell has
been associated with the insurance
department of the South Side State
NO AGREEMENT IS '
Washington. Feb. 20.--Represenl
atives of the IBuilding Trades Em
ployers' association and of the
Building Trades unions failed to
reach an agreement for settlement.
of the threatened nation-wide strike
at conference here yesterday with
officials of the war and labor de
partmlents. Another conference will
be held in New York within a few
days, and if it is unfruitful a third
meeting will take place in Washing
ton next Monday.
Mill, Smelter and Surface Work
ers' of the M. M. iT. i'. will hold their
regular meetings each Friday at 7:50
pI. in. All mill, smelter and surface
workers are invited to attend.
COMMITTEE ON ORGANIZATION.
Poynter's Cash Store
1854 HARRIiSON AVE.
Wholesale to Consumer.
Do you realize that by buying
your supplies each day in small
quantities that your day's pay
goes little more than half as far
as it would if you bought the
whole week's supply at one
time? Call up Poynter's
6534-R, and order your week's
A FEW OF OUR SPECIAL
5 lbs. M. J. 1. Coffee $1.90
2 lbs. M. J. ii. coffee ..... $1.00
5 lbs. Aladdin coffee $1.50
3 lbs. Aladdin coffee .....1.00(
Fancy creamery butter ......50c
10 lbs. onions .................. 5c
-White or pink beans .......lOc
Fancy white mealy spuds $1.00
Hebe milk, tall cans, doz. $1.40
Fancy high patent flour-the
whole white kind, 98 lbs.
sack for ............. ...,$5.75
If youi ctan't co0me telephone
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"KIDDER & K. 0."
Featuring Bryant Washburn
St Five Partu .
One Part Comledy
S'"THE GIIL IN HIS HOUSE"
Featuring Earle Williams andil
puo'u.iaV p jaarD -
One Iart ('omnedy-Also
Mutt & Jeff in
"FOUR DAYS IN GERoIA.,Y'
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