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under Act of March 8, 1979
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The Daily Bulletin is on sale every day at the following places in Butte:
Depot Drug, 828 East Front. George A. Ames, Jr., 816 1-2 N. Main
P. O. News Stand, West Park, [nternational News Stand, S. Arizona
Harkins' Grocery, 1028 Talbot are. Palace of Sweets, Mercury and Main
Allen's Grocery. 1204 East Second Everybody's Ne'vs Stand. 215 8. Men
MONDAY, MAIRCH 3, 1119.
ONE BIG UNION.
The follow\ing appeared on the stock exclihange page of the
Anaconda Stlandard. issue of l'eb.' 28: quoltiu the Ileill'ilonner
company's su ill lary:
"The way Washington is doling lmoney forlt every putrpose
these days helped the bull market for itI last three weeks.
Rails were.mildly strong and Southern Palcilic was holly lipped
to go up if the oil leasing bill passed the senate. The billion
dollar wheat bill is in the selate, the price of hogs has iot
been taken off as yet. anld witl a five-lillion short term .booidl
issue, with a remunerative interest rate, which the banks will
grab when offered, it is no xotdler hal stocks have adIvaneed
in the last few days. Ivvowever. god people who are conserva
tive are thinking more aboul this than the sturface slhows. 11
must be remembered this 11e,, x, will have to be repaid, and
the rank and file will have to stand this burden. Wages com
ing down and prices going up do not make a good combination,
and it is bound to cause trouble later on."
You workers wlho have eyes to see andt ears to hear should
not overlook the wee bit of Iruth that does appeart' in ait capital
ist paper-and the capitalist papers have to tell the truth now
and then on the stock exltchange tpage, I eeause thle dope they
peddle there is for their own class andtl it would not 1he good
policy for them to put . vet' very nuclth hlatk on se o those of their
own class, who depend n.t these replorts Ito turn "an hotest
There are three imtporlatnt facls ito he anted in the above re
port. First, the senate and presumably lie entire atadninislra.
tion at \Vashington is coming to the aid finan.mially of the (or
porations listed otn the New York Stck exchan·ge, thle banks
and, incidentally, the speculaltors. have you heard ot' the ad
ministration at Washinglton pulling over atny specific measures
that would aid thgewage workers t11' the (eo1untry and nmake
up to them the differences ,ol\\ween t he Svages they were getl
ting in war times and the wages they are getlting now? Note
that clause "with a retmunieralive interest rale." That is 1for'
the bankers. Nice, isn't it? Have you seetn atnything albout a
"remunerative wage rate?" And do not everlook that ralher
frank statement, "the rank and tile will have to stand this
burden." Of course, tilhe rank and tile there is moeat to incilude
the small business man and orditmt'vy ttxpayer, bit, the wage
slaves who are w\orking for smiall cotncernts shohmild ret(tentbte'
that your boss will try to take it otot f .,'your hitle while you,
are wor'king and will cut yotr wages 1to make the birlden easier
on himself. The big corporations will take it out of the hides
of their slaves anywiay to the extent Ihat thl te slaves will sltann
Secoinld, ytou will note that wxages are minintg tiu'iwn. T'111
will not come as a surprise to you after the recent clut of a
dollar a day in your' \\ages.
Third, prices are going up. Atl the Stndard and Miler
and Post have been pedtlling to you tit the It'roit li pages of their
sheets (for they knowt\\ you read olly the fronI t pages) that
prices are coming down. Surely yon4 (aln lfigure I'cfr yourself
on which pages they are tellitng the truth. And you do nt
need to go to these paper's f' the truth about1. prices. G(1o to
your grocery and ask aboutt th lie it' me e cfflee and a dozet
other staples. True, the hleus have been feeling the effeclt. of
the time of the year and the recentt stretch of line weather,
and the extra supply 4l' Ititter in cold storage is now\\ beiing
throw\vn on the market. b1ut interview your grl'ocer abo)ttt the
prices of other slatples, and ask the butcher about meal. Fitld
out for yourself albout shes antd ready-made clothitng, and
ask your good \\ife alonut prices on dry goods. It. ill not
take you long to cmc toe to the sOle conclusion as Ibis New York
stock exchange reporter.
The closing paragraph of that reprtl. ""Wages cminlilgt down
4and prices going up tido not make it glood ))tl h ill tia l, a4 1( it is
l]ound to cause tro'uble later .." l1o o11u tIit.k he is right?
And what kind of trouble will it he? Wt\hat kind of trouble is
likely to result frontl that 'ombination? Antd whe that t'rouble'
comes, what d( you expectl to gain Ilt' yourselves? W\Vly. even
a financial exlpert could tell you 1hat youl will gaitn notllitg as
long as you are divided into, seplartl e uiiiit s ;having diferl'elll
time contracts with the lisses. You will gaint mthiig hu
more trouble for yourselves.
You understalnd what the One Big t'tion metnus and whaI it
call gain for you ill such eircutmstanlces. \\'y not give if a4
trial and be ready for the troubleo?
WHERE ONE IS SAFE.
We would like Ito) compliment the temnter from ltichilantls,
Mr. Anderson, for his ('urageous staitl in the legislature lnl
the subversion of' law and ,order iin Miles City lby the explolit g.
grafting business element itd their satelites. Apparently a
law cannot le enlf'or.Cled it Mtiles tCily xhen the cthamblier ir
comm'erce gang \till x ltherwise. Atlareitly a tai's seeMily
there lies entirely at the \\liin of' tlhat. otllit. 'lTheir )\Vw1 r ttlh
less will is all thul rules: tal lheir wi'ill is a vici 1s will --..must
be so, becauise they are \iciii,.s people.
The MqGlynll kidtialiig c4ase \\'as a dirty'. .,,nwartll y tin
croachnmeu.ittiltn the liberty t'o ain American cilize'i ICiy a gr ltl
of bigoted privateers who (';till tllemselves trespectablle btusitness
men. A really deceiit, really respectablle business niai--and
there arelhundreds of thousmtls in the tntion, though few.
we fear, in Miles City-a really decenit busiiness man or mali
in any occhpationi would no mi,'e have iparnticipated in that
kidnaping than hlie would have hellpedl at a lynching. Lynchers
and deporters are alike outlaws. The pIrinlciplle of equity they
-violate is the same-a savage, illegal rauling by force of some
cherished liberty from a fellow citizen. Whether it is the
libei'ty to l.ve,. e .Jaulyt he liberty to live in one certain place
Union Stock Holders in the
Butte Daily Bulletin
UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA--Locals: Sand Coulee
Stocket, Roundup, Lehigh, Klein.
FEDERAL LABOR UNION-Livingston.
MACHINISTS' UNION-Great Falls', Butte, Livtilgtton.
MBACHINISTS' HELPERS' UNION--Great Palls, Butte.
CEREAL WORKE'--4Greact 'aIIs
TYi'OG.A'PHICAL 1'tNI ON-Itutte.
ILA iKSMITHS' 1'N'IO"-iautse.
I;I,,('HTtII( 'IA '.,' UNIO--Iivingston, Butte.
HIL1KIE UNlOION---(r.ent iull.
SH1OE WORK ICeS--Gret Full,.
I'ILASTERiEJI'"' 'UNIO\'--.ru"nt Pels
IR ILWVAY CA II ',I'AIllat--L4nSIvugth.
BRllVEW lRY W')VhRE-:Ns' UNInty-thertla.
HOD CARRIERS' UNION--Iltle and Bozeman.
STREET CAR MEN'S UNIlON--liitw.
aMETAL MINE WORliERS' UNION (Independent)--Bure.
PRINTING I'RESSMI BN'S UNION--lutte.
STEREOTYPERS AND ELECTROTYPERS' UNION-Rutte. 9
BRIDGE AND STRUCTURAL IRIN WVORKERS.-BUTTE.
BROTHERHOOD BOILERMAKERS AND HELPERS-Butto and Liv
STEAM AND OPERATING ENGINEERS--Great Falls.
BUTCHERS' UNION-Great Falls.
INTERNATIONAL MOLD)ER'S UNION, LOCAL NO. 27(i-Butte.
AND THOUSrTANDS Op IN1MVIDJTALJ IN BUTTE AND MONTANA
LAUNDRY WORIKERS UNION. NO. 25--Butte.
PLUM BERS' UNION-Butte.
thiat is tlaken away, thIe act is equally represe,,sible, equally
S'rgrant \with ieurn.ce ol the, sInhililty of socitly.
iThe iittra'ge(ii.s aet of the kiduiapitig led ilii'rtlly to to the
h nme ihit luliing, iii tlhe ncil, ofi the authorily oft the state,
w\l.li the stale \WtS trying 11i bl'ii'g jistice 1I) henr uponil t the
perpetento lrs. The, justice tit (lhe peace who In, illed and tile
al t trneys of the de .fense u'e all, oeach ati evet'ry ito n ) theni.
v\iolit rs (' their silen1 oaths. ail traitors, each aid every
itone of tIhem, to the stateta of IMoniana Iand the It'iled States of
Andiil, hav'ing blIataintly overiiiheni the law, lootled the state,
and sent the state's tirosecittut's away with conltempt; having
slacked their cruel lust 'or their witl will upoit their' optponents
ii thiought--anti got tawaty with it. having doite it once, they
iiiw pJroeed to ithlitihlle aiil limb-haliile Mr. Kroguniat,
who was ve.ry pr)operly attentliitg It his own vi business in his
inv liI pro er hu. l lega- li .lmiuter. A.\i. the iutterlty disrepiultable
so that. Mr. hragini iiimay he sate!
Aiti, reatiers, Mr. Aiherson gat ini sceiti in thie Moiitna
lepislait 'e fir the it iuiii he i tde about the Miles City sitia
A iit, renders, these are the Ititys thait W illianii '1 t)tuiin hatu
in mitil when he gazed iiinliei'tedly at the ceiling; while
Judge Word scired hiii 'or his liik of "regtt'it for law and
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G OOD NIGHT
If' you want to
know anything, asic
the Mucker. If you
don't know any
thing, ask the
Mucker. If yor
Sknow anything you
know the Muckei
don't know, tell it
to the public
through the Muck
Mistur Mucker: Kine Fren, I gotta
lot tu say tu yuh, mucker, an i dull
no hardly ware tu kommence. I seen
in thu broadway bluffer thu other
day bout sum humun ,barnaculs
kauled thu p. c. o. a. wot wuz goin
tu dur sumnthun terrible to the Butte
Daily Bullutun. I ask uh gie wot
that nent an he sed heed rite it doun
fir me sose 1 wooden firgit it an nmeby
yuh diden heer wot it wuz so I am
seinning it in, Plutocratic Consolidat
ed Obdurate Alliance. If thair haf
as radikul as them thair wurds soun
thay mus be a oxzillery of thu A. C.
M. er thu Butte ad klub er sunl of
thu other bold theeves thas bin robin
us aul thu time wyle thay wuz wavin
flags. Tauking bout flags, Mucker,
say, I went past thu state penuten
chury yesturday an they had 8 big
flags breezin on thu top of er. Thas
uh nise plase fir um aint it if thay
meen aul thu freedum wots sed thay
due. 'Thay tel me thu wardun thair
has stole anuff frum thu peepul an
thu state sose he cud run thu pen
fir thu nex hundred yeers with hiz
oun kale an still oh thu state uh
millyun yet. I gess thu lectrukul
wulkllurs has got him on thu unfare
list fir trian tu skab on thair wurk.
luks tu me like thu state autta put
I in a nue gie fir wardun pritty soon.
Sum good square konvick wood due
aul rite an thay cud put thu wardun
in his plase uh wyle ware lie bulongs.
IDidju heer bout thu soludarity on
thu Milwaukee r. r. thu otheur day,
Mlucker? thu r. r. r. oed 6 linemun bout
$7,000 back pan n dliden wanta pay
it so we aul sed tugethur yuh jus
gotta pay elce weet shut doun thu
hull juice end of er frum IHarlow
ton tu Avery, Idaho. wey thay paid
jus like thu A. C. M. wud paid thu
miners if thu A. F. of L. crafs had
lbin reel foukis aul tliu way thrn.
kuKommoin reezon lurns lotsa fouks
sumltiimes but it luks like yuh gotla
tel uhi lot of oum with uh brick tu git
enythin in thair upstare's. ,\Ven yuh
Sgoin outa biznes, Mucker? Aul thu
kompny sheets haz sed so much bout
it Id think thayed bie putlin thu date
donn wen yuulli cud qllit agin like yuh
did wen thu konsul maid yuh stay
ulh weekltie wen yuh wanted tu be
uli dalete. Thu moushteen mluakes yulh
lotsa expens dont thay but it luks
like thu hiedway thay make is aul
soaked fulla bad luck. I gess yuh
iuneedin wurrie ciey, Muc:ker, cuz yuh
no if thay tbloed up thu Bllltultn
pllant 1Ihl peOpulm wud couint trlln1 thlen
with anlli ff so it wooden be such hard
sailin as wot it is now fir yuhi. Wel,
Mucker, 1 gotta beet er doun on thu
crick bottomi an hlussel sum drif wood
d cuz yuh no uh gie cant by fule an
bred to, thu way prises is. Be shure
an let us no won your outa biznes,
Ikine regards ian bes wishes frum wun
of your kine. D). N. R.
Gas from the A. C. M1. Mines.
Don't run after the car after it
has gone. Do like we do-wait for
the next one.
We saw Win. Dunn, and see Leo
Daley. Ouch! Officer, call a Cop.
In the U. S. A. we do a rushin
business, but in Russia they do a
Would like to know when the nent
regular meeting of the Gunmen's
Wha't become of the Jewish Navy?
Irishmen, whatl's the answer?
Will the senate conmmittee investi
gating the bolsheviki call Raymond
Robins? If not, why not?
Louise Bryant antd John Reed htave
both appealed before the comninlittee.
1Both of them. have challenged the
collllittee to call liaymneond Itobins.
saying that he knows more than any
other person about the relations of
the soviet government to the United
The investigating commnittee makes
no answer. They speak instead of
adjourning for a few weeks, because
of the plress of otiher business. They
send out telegralns to witnesses who
have been askedl to appear, telling
theml that tihey need not comlle.
Louise Bryant and John Reed have
told the committee to their faces
that the reason they are postponing
further investigation is because they
have heard the opponents of the bol
sheviki, and do not dare allow the
persons who really kunqw the good
Points of the soviet ggpernment and
whose word would carry weight to
it lplea r.
Will the senate investigating com
mittee accept tihe challenge? Or do
they seriously believe the people of
this country W\ill accept the results
of an investigation that leaves out a
mian like Rayimond IRobins?-Seat
tie Union Record.
(:ermany now has a president, but
has not yet developed a Colonel
The chorus revealga multitude of
shins that are old enough to know
Connubial bliss is large a matter
of appreciating the saim0Jkee s
We are proud to talk about and that
you are p loud( to wear.
What Union Dentistry
Means to You
-the finest materials,
-all lead to the finest clntal
workmanship in Butte.
AND OUR PRICES ARE RIH IIL'
RIA L T7O 3 UILDI N Y Fl.
DR. HEINE, Mgr.
DR. J. R. KEANE, Plate Specialist
g Free Examiinationti of Your Teeth.
Lady in Attendance
For St. Patrick's Day
TIliis year I aIm ei Ii lllter prepIaredl IMni ever to ..etrvc
you. b)ul mu1isst ask lHat yoN ls) do yo1r pa rt ill givig
your order early, so as not to le disappointed wl;enI the
great holiday arrives.
IT TAKES TIME TO MAKE GOOD CLOTHES
I MAKE SUITS NOW FROM $17.50 to $60.00
BL UE MEASURE
I MAKE THE BEST SUIT IN BUTTE
SPECIAL 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT TO SOLDIERS
Ymi1rs fur success
BIG 4 TAILOR
HENRY PISSOT 17 WEST PARK STREET
SPECIAL PANTS SALE ALL THIS WEEK
S. & H. (;'roei Trading Stamps
If You Can't Come, Phone
20 1-9-8-5 So. ; BOX
BARS I IESII
I_ , 64 EAST BROADWAY
1 For saitary meals a,1d 1grweries
0)8-1h. snvk " ' lfancy patent dlour, made by ll( Ilus
Ssell Miller (;o. of NSortlh Uliakola every sack glaranIlllecl),
exrsl sl i ........................ ............... $5.85
2%- al. la o lyal Clul)b poau. battler (extra quality) 90c
t-11 )i e rl ........... .................. ........ ..... ...... 40c
1 5-lb. aill ''Seal ,' Molllnta " col'l'ce -.--......-.....-.... $2.00
l 3-lb. cal "Seal c'e Mi o lliatn " l ',i 'l'cc ... ................ $1.25
M. J. I1. andil \\White House at the same i old price.
Fruit depatlnelet open eve\-eigs.
.\lsolitely f'resh (lallatit valley farmi eggs (cash anid
carry). dze--------- ...--.......--------..........----..-----.........----.......--40
Full qualrts Farm House sweet or sour pi(ikles, (extra
q alily --..----...- ..--. .................. ...... ... .......... 40c
\\e I;i\ae mixeld l'eeti," \\healt antid (,corn.
)8-Ilb. sacks "lex fancy higli-paleiit Ilulur, just like we
ilsedi to have el' re the ar, ........---.......----------------.......---$5.75
"Ele 'ltri(' Igizhl" ,,r 'lyou's lIest" Ilou, Notlh lDuknln's
S iiiest ·ri dcl "t; 98-11). sacks -........-............$............$6.2
VutaRl' jiars rieslerry tleserves (quality go',tls), at ...70c
WITH THE EDITORS ]
D.EPORTING W\OILIING MEN.
No.' let's get this full in the face.
comrades. Let us read it slowly and
grasp its full meaning to America
and the socialists. Here it is: "Fifty
four radicals-alien-born anarchist;,
Industrial Workers of the World.
and OTHERS-arrived in Hoboken
on a train frolll the west en route to
Ellis Island immigration station.
where they are to be detained until
arrangements can be completed for
their deportation." The department
of labor is handling this affair, ac
cording to Senator King of Utah.
(We should keep in mind that Secre
tary Wilson is at the head of that
department and he has the Mooney
case also in hand at present.) It
was these "aliens" that saved Tom
Here is the part of the news story
that is especially interesting and you
should THINK about it a long time:
"Before the boat left Hoboken for
Ellis Island a lieutenant and 20 sol
diers boarded the vessel. The rad
icals were lined up on deck and were
warned by the army officer that he
and HIS MEN had come aboard to
preserve order and that they were
prepared to use their weapons if nec
essary. THE SOLDIERS CARRIED
SMALL ARMS AND WERE IN
STRUCTED BY THE IMMIGRATION
AGENTS TO SHOOT TO KILL IF
As the beat left the pier the press
report tells this yan which is the
usual way of enditg a :god story
about radicals:. "Iid'., g[ve three
cheers for the ltsheviit, one shout
ed. This was clone and the red flag
and the I. W. W. also were cheered
and after the demonstration the pris
oners chanted in unison "To Blell
With the United States." Now we
will stake our all on il, that the last
quotation is a dastardly lie, for even
radicals have some brains and cau
tion in the face of rapid fire rifles
with a shoot to kill order staring
them in the face.
After reading this news item. c(om
rades, and realizing that these men
have done nothing but organize their
fellow men to strike for better con
ditions, can you. still feel at ease and
he willing to sit still without protest
to the workers of this land?'
I am writing this on Lincoln's
birthday. I have his picture before
me. I have this sentence frolm his
pen also before me: "The strongest
bond of human sympathy, outside of
the family relation, should he one
uniting all working people of all na
tiona and tongues and kindred."
I can make little comment, as
comment allowed the press is very
limited, but a judge in New York de
cided that it was not as yet against
the law to think.. Therefore I com
mand you, cotlsrades, THINK!
"Think or surrender!" Shall this de
portation go on. without any protest
by labor?-Oakland World.
Maybe Senator McCumber, who has
asked congress to order an army of
Yanks to conquer Russia would be
willing to lead an army of middle
aged men who thinks as he does, and
let the boys have a little visit witn
the home fotkts-