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Issued every evening, except Sunday, by THE BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO
natired as oseand-Olas Matter, December 18, 1917, ast the Posalutce ast utes Mones.e
Under Act of March 8. 1A79
uisinsss Office, 52 Editorial Rooms. 292
Publicat,an Office, 101 South Idaho (downstairs).
Dditorial Rooms, 103 South Idaho (downstairs).
1 mei.s ......................S .76 4 month ....................:
i months ................... 2.00 12 months ..................... .O0
hoe Daily Bullletin as on sale every dar at the following places an Butte:
Depot Drug, 823 East Front. George A. Ames, Jr., 816 1-2 .. Main
P. O. News Stand, West Park. International News Stand, 8. Artaons
Harkins' Grocery, 1028 Talbot are. Palace' of Sweets, Merserr and tasio.
Allen's Grocery, 1204 East Se*aod. Everybody's Nevs Stand. 215 8. Men
FRIDAY, MARCH 21. 1919.
"SQUARE DEAL" CANDIDATES
i or a belter' nti cleantce city ill \\whiili to live. Ior civic
righteousness ill municipal afil'Tirs, v\i fl for the following
MAYOR ....................... W. F. DUNN
TREASURER ............ JAS. J. McCARTHY
POLICE MAGISTRATE ........ MIKE ALLEN
18ST WARD ................JOHN T. SULLIVAN
2D WARD ....... ........... BARRY O'LEARY
3D WARD ..................BERNARD McVEIGH
4TH WARD ............................CON LYNCH
5TH WARD .......-'._ULRIC NADEAU
6TH WARD ...................WALTER A. KYLE
7TH WARD .......................E. E. CARLISLE
STH WARD ......................E. G. JOHNSON
(Paid Political Advertising.)
SAFE, OH YES!
Next Mal.n ly will witness the peieiiiieal "'haltle I' ihe hiul
lots." After all the preliminary work a id expense, the
lkilrniishes aild gas ill(aks., lihe lhst sljlpreme elf 'il' colles ito
go ov\-er the tp.
The usual at mlltui'ber of repeaters \\ill Ibe (on hlndl. (CItel menI1
will come outl )I' their grave'i\ s to \vole. vac t lots II will suta leI lly
become populated. andl there will le used all lthose mileanis Ito
plit it over. with w.hich the liwers that be. are adept and which
go as "legitimate" in liltte.
Judges and clerks. w\atull hers ailiI chiecikers. w\ill he atl lthei
places i'eady to challenige ldoiht'hil voters anld the strongll-arnit
gun miol will be theire I lhi lll' or force tlihei thrtouigh.
Then the cioiuitiig biegiins aidl watchful eyes are mialclhed
iugaiinst Iimlllle+ figer's anil a small arli'my ' of ie(n sit inlto the
night 1and a bill tof' hlundredls tof dillars is created agalinst the
city to get 'lwhatit the in~gelliity I' M ian has heeti taxed to se'elue
---al honest ballot.
D)emore'acy. where at thi)iu?
W ly, ira mai in really- belii'edt ini (Ic' ii ri'acy. lie eatou l le'
trustei d to g iinto1 a 'rooa 1al 1e lall aln a 1 1(c 1 the 1iballots nld1 11n1t
to c'hagiige ai sinigle \ole .o, dleeile 1a ielection.
Yet nini e-teienths of the east il' all elections is I ' ciieri'e mien
into voting against their wills or to kill. i to pIreveint the killing.
of' the votes alo those wiiio canll l he cei'eed.t.
And ult l this ini a ' iiilountry itla e ste li'or dem .ci'racy.
'Thiniik yes tlinitk tI'ol. a 1 ii lliilt m iore dl we Il11 11. 111l plea d.i l
lhan you t (ile's shonllI Ihinlk!
'Aw aken front thai t ce illti'y-,ldi sl thum er . slr'etl. h your mighly
limbs aill lhini k.
Think in the worniing. at ni.tolime. is IIwe st ll goes d w 'n:
lihi y ' mother1's i. llliiiel's sions. Iliiii k. yiit \veuiriei d i athers.
leavy tiiltdelied. 'T.hink. \We ask. we ehog. we pleal. ()h.
"llo w i tli chii ' ien could he clothed it you didi tl iit dress
Sliour lllasters lirst.
''W'hat beauti fi'il Iines . u co..i enjtoy ir y ui huiiled flr
toutsel ait ll i ot e lls the lfitled 'i(, ai.
"W hat ea i orld this .coudi i e it' hie hi-i, l Ilii s did not he
ltng to the great lan lordstiiI mills i nii 'ta ctories. thl e ii ines
and tratilr.oads to the calitalits \ho oil r ni t a d eiiher spill.
"i'W htt ij iyou i. laurghlter i'rorm lthe childir'en wotlile iit it' frolini
the mills al i hells their tired litle limbs we released al- -we
placed them in thei meadows will lhe iirds Ito sint al gaveiii
them the cj t'iii 1rt asid edcut' tii.ioI ' rel le civilizalioi i.st
'Ye . thienk ll y, l t ileris.
F'r whenu lt du , t ioul t' kuusler's will tre' e and its pie alis
will be shaken to its vu er'y ' in .ltinii.
The 1s1hi\vm and sighii s 1ot' ... rsi ii l their partli tlllSlle Ille m
will hie lade vivid.
'The sivery Ihe t tolur i rilt hai s i orn will makae il love
I'reed i luilre, straiin at your hll ait tiil. e k.
'hit'i ik all -e le it le ook of kIie ledge piur olt its genils.
The knowi ledge of history. to' econi mies. to' s.'hial sc'iec,.
of the workis otr Spencer. 'aiie. Ward at i "wtiiit, of Marn .
Leibkneehit ih tai Lxe er. Whitman iid Shelly:
• drolstoy and Krloii kill : Ferer ianid geiel: of Lincoln and llch.m
The knovledge wl the cla.s struggle.
Af' the M ula tol' v 'al 1e.
l)rl the sequence mid coniiectiln of, historly.
(Jl'.lie contradiciti tis of ca' pitaliti ni.
Of ile allb-eri ductive power l' labor.
O() thie Ho -reative valueo i.ii capital.
Or the weakness ilk ating alone. and the strength in stni l
Oh, think. and think! Oil. lhink again!
Lincoln could ask no nmoe.
Leibknecht wish for nothing better.
And Garretsoli world laugh in his grave ani John BrownVl
body turn over with ,joy .
And Marx's wish would be t'ullilled aitt 'larat's noble lif'e
ne'er been in vain.
Oh, think. What has gone wrong. w'ht new mnadness this.
Union Stock Holders in the
Butte Daily Bulletin
UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMI~RICA-Local.: 8and Coule.
Stocket, Roundup, Lehigh, Klela.
FEDERAL LABOR UNION-Livingston. '
MACHINISTS' UNION-Great Falls, Butte, Liwllptna.
MACHINISTS' HELPERS' UNION-Great Pall., Butte.
CEREAL WORKERS--Grat Falls.
BLACKSMITHS' UNION-Butte and Mil Oity.
h i rI. t V'J -I I.ti' . lit I, -- I WVlu.t , ' I t,.
HOD CARRIERS' UNION-lutI' andn Isan. " "
TRET CAR MNS UNINION-Great ttlls.
R I'itr%%'.1' `Aft RN:i:AIRERK-Wilandagatti
BREWIERY WORKERS' t'NiOY--floty.
HOD CARRIERS' UNION=---Butte and I glua,
STREET CAR MEN'S UNION-Butte.
BARBERS' UNION-Itnste. .
METAL MINE WORKERS' UNION (1hde~4 ent)--B.uttM.
PRINTING PRESSMEN'S UNION-=Butte.
MA LLERS' UNION-Butte.
STEREOTYPERS AND ELECTROTYPIit" UNION-BuItte.
BRIDGE AND STRUCTURAL lttIO WO(fklRIS-BUTTE.
BROTHERHOOD BOILERMAKERS AND HELPERS-Butte and Llv.
STEAM AND OPERATING ENGINEERS-Great Falls.
BUTCHERS' UNION-Great Falls.
INTERNATIONAL MOLDER'S UNION,. LOCAL NO. 276--Butte.
AND THOUSANDS OF INDIVIDUALS IN RUTTE AND MONTANA
LAUNDRY WORKERS UNION, NO. 2-.Butte.
IBROTHERIHOOI) RAILWAY CARMEN OF AMERICA'-Local No. 224
-Miles (it3y, Mont.
Of (11 Ill'istOs' SOeivialils willing.
I1alllb d n.l dIisltayedl. at the rising gaintil of labor they ad
vise IThis enelmy to ulse the ver'y weaponi that will destroy their
c'ifta elf. 'T(hey c'ry tliiiik!
''These plutllerors h\\o, ages long hiave souight to kceepl the
sl-aves in ig.n llo'ance.
'l'b se polilical cn j, l ,urs. wlhc I'ui mstio it is .lt deceive
aluil Iteliay. hegtiile andi miisguide.
I'.Itese opller' I iarions. Lillll ' king ' guni u 1Oll, u 'lies. hse
parasites \Nho robbed the tainers of $ ,2 000,000 dutirigt the
\warii'. intil then at the bayonets i( oint ttil l'.d ittieirtC wive.s and clhil
ldre' give p anotherll' dollar's w\\,orth i milk, took aiotliher oal'
Ifro t Ilie 1pantry 'poor.
Thlese. ,ii. iriony. thesi e a' the dirones that ask the Vtilworkers
to l thinik.
Iow,\\' Ii re, how accurate c·eC t' iin the cotllci tus porleltai'iait's
How often haliive we said The li.h'geois ar i their owin grave
tii gge 's ?''
Hol. manly times "That capitalii carried the germs of' its
\iwi tlestrullc tiOlt?"
H.i( did we ever think that. the lientein .fi' tie' ba klript
sysle.l \w'oild ever Lecon'miiCe sf4 lad.leinsllo clry t, tl he toiling,
sw\eatling. exploiled masses to cloakl Iti.A . p Iie invine
ible al'lor of thou llt? . r. r.
N ol. \w e did l . I''tEi II` i.
lala nt woeakness. such fully ofll i t ools itil If l fooled so
11)14g~ _ .MY I I $ I"
tilt it is lthe o id saying t'.utinig 1
"'Those w\\ho1ni the gnodus would: de,tI.i9 tl ake nad.'"
And ht,,"w aii ti e masters are",'A NIHlh ,iit l LllIs bite thieirl
tails illi m1lalila.
First, their ('raedi inliti.s told the ii r fights i Wit, l silenc'e.
Ilhel willt ridiculii , theni \\'i llth abuse. i .1 ii: . tl li ltiht ti ored. I'fl
lowed witlh grapl -slhot andii the lyl it4t'a I .apt, Iuni il grow\\
maddter with i their madness. they noW hiit 'a I nd''feotd them
s.lves,I by helpiing Ilhose they wvott d Iold dow ,. iy opel d t >' ning the
gates l4o the ones they wished to koeep'. .ltide.. ,'
Oh, yI illii 1 oos. do yl ntl not know that ottne 'iiretolios. 05 years
eore Chrt' ist snaid.
"liutl if II'en \\would II live Ip lto reason's r'ules;` they would lnot
Iow \\ i ail scralie to l \\we llthy I.'f ls."
Ylolu ilo iutl . illi rIIoe lladl.
Anld youi lfoilers solits ofll il. prl'i" I l inot give it deal' eii' to
his alppleal ill' the hlie 'hiinteni ill gld. but lie atvised, fI'r it. is
the Ilrst lime they have tauig t yo ighily: Ilt thiei' bidditng
this oncei( . n il l theii' hler powers it hid 'youl do this. ild
tmake youli do that, will bIe taikenI frlom theii
W"orket's. Iltinlk! (ih. Ihiik! .vgain and again, olh, Iltinlk!
T'ihen happylll sh. il heo' this cotilti'y. Thie beauliful ftlower's.
the silver Springs. tihe mialestic mounins and deep green 'val
leys, shall e the ilio e of ai t happy, healthy, Olequal people ' en
?i , the hi arv'estfs Ifthetii' lwit swingi. the holles'of' their
'itl iltitlitg. Ihio ritimen t their i li V l uils hi avtoe av'e n d il1l
fhie II1t'1 tihlif Ihiil' hIarli S Ii(,si'l1d.
\V lie y u Ii\vtli' ki'5 Ihiik.i
Senlry- "'W ho co.nies there. 'ricelul ,or 'ue'?"
SIri .cger- Frieil."
Sentry---"Ad\ivance idl give the ctiuiitersigii."
Stratiger- ".\. C. lM."
Se.(1ry"- -"1'lass on.'.
The qite ltin ui,\\- is wi\ h t e Ilia , t in. holi t" lI ridicule lhe
w\\k t,1' the Nll tartlisan letague in Ni t I)rikoul withu'i ut get
ling ietlle . , t readti at uttt wh (t they Oe rea lly dtoin.g there.
We atre glad to see that the Miler i- again taking up the
Itigel e agait st the Nonparti'san leait,. Every" lime it laus otT
a Iew ' dtays we get suispicious about tIht league.
jlSpeaking abii.it biids of i fleather ;lav\e 'you compared t 'the
tintiit records tt i Ml. Captaini i Cut1 mil the labor i leaders'
lwho are siupporting thim. ...
If lIutlte has a hadil reputatlii ut.n, l lte stat.l1i i.V'~iesii.is
bilityi fotat h reiputation li, e more w\\ilt Ie liiute Miter thani
Clllts \\:wa. bl rn in O itl.airii. Cal da;. \V. F. u'inti was birn
ilt Klanisi City. Missouri. Questii: -"\hi\'hh (11one is 11an
.\Amerinanl by biith?"
tiil sleep t it Sotllid tbeccase thei , hitappet) s to bie soituu ieo e
. . . ... . ..u a.d ..
At that they woulhd pr'bablo y t 'tlltoip it\e ius (fink tlthan re
Ail lthiey don't have aty better . i-, liai to advise a nmanl to,
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PUBLIC MARKET I
(Continued from page one.) i
is in today, the people who, like the 1
leeches they are, live on the misery I
of the honest, hard-working men
and women of this city.
The people who seek to enforce
their will on the people of tlhi: com
munity by the foulest of methods, thep
people who have robbed the citizens
of thltirs sacred and sundlllaleultnl
istration is mentiolned.
My greatest feeling of pride comles
i.foni the fact that nmy candidacy is
opposed by every interest that has
been identified with the corrupt ad
ministration with which Butte haail
No higher compliment could be
ppaid any man.
The Cutts forces have been yelling
loudly for my "record."
It is ra:ther an orlinary one, but'
it's clean: and here it is:
Born in Kansas ('ity, Mo., Oct.
Oldest of a family of eight chil
dren, seven boys, one rirl.
I have been married four years and
a half and have one child.
Filed my questionnaire and sent it
in according to law.
Di)d not ask for re-classificatioh
when placed in Class 2 by exemption
board, although by law I was en
titled to Class 4.
Three brothers in army during war
Two youngest, single, enlisted, The
married one was drafted.
One has been discharged, one ih
still in service in France, the other
is with the army of occupation inl
Germany. He has been twice gassed
and wounded with shrapnel.
Family moved to Minnesota in
Was raised on a farm in Morrison
county, and attended county schools.
Attended city lhigh school, for two
years, walking five miles every night
and morning, winter and summer.
Went to work at 15 years of age
and have earned my own living ever
Attended St. Thomas college in St.
Paul, but did not graduate. '
Came to Paradise, Mont., in 1907
and went to work tas electrician's ap
1Was transferred to Helena and
there Joined Electrical Workers' Un
ion No. 185.
Worked for the Northern Pacific
railway in Butte, also for the Inde
pendent Telephone company, and the
Rocky Mountain Bell company lr
Worked for the Montana Poweji
company in BRtte and at Sheridan,
Mont., in 1911.
Went to Canada, Jan. 20, 1912'.:
Worked for the British Columbia
Electric company, a year and a- half.
Was elected financial secretary
and business agent of local No. 213:
of Vancouver, B. (`, then the largest
local on the coast.
Was then elected as district organ
izer by referendum vote for the dis
trict composed of British Columbia,
Washington, Oregon and the north,'
ern half of Idaho.
Was re-elected and resigned to go
back to work at my trade.
Went to work for the Milwaukee
railroad on electrification work in
Montana and shortly afterward was
employed by the Montana Power
company on the same project.
The work was completed and I
cane into Butte to get other employ.
meant in January, 1916.
I was given a letter of recolllnldl
ationi by M. E. Buck, superintendent
of the Molitana Power company, to
be presented to the rustling card of.
fice of the Anacolnda Mining coml.
pany. I was subsequently employed
by then and was working for themi
at the time of the strike in 1917.
Because I wah well known amongi
electrical workers, I was selected as
chail man of their strike committee.
1, as well as the other nlelmlbers of
the committee, served without pay
during the trouble. After the strike
I was elected business agent and re
signed after two mlonths and a half
because I had been appointed by the
Metal Tradtles council to organize and
promote the Butte I)aily Bulletin and
that work demanded all of my atten
SI have been engaged in this work
since that time, with the exception of
the time I was in attendance at the
state legislature, its a representative
fromiit this county.
Whent the state council of lefense.
at the behest of the crooked political
ganlg, who dominate this state, was
trying by every underhanded means
to put the Bulletin out of business,
I wrote an article denouncing them
and the particular paragraph for
which I was fined $3,000 for writing,
reads as follows:
"Fortunately they have no legal
status or authority. They can ful
minate to their heart's content
against anything and everything that
-menaces their malster's intel.sts.
"Fortunately they- have no legal
status or authority and no one lCed
pay any attentionl to them.
"The Daily Bulletin will be on the
streets when the plant is ready and
it we are Interferred with, we will
take it to the highest courts of the
This is the "sedition" of which the
copper press is making so much cap
It is upon these flimsy grounds
that they aicculse me of beiing an
enemy of organlized government.
The only forml of government to
which I sin opposed is a govgrpmnent
controlled by the reactionary inter
ests of the state anlld their tools.
I 'atm pposed tg.governmenCt such
t~i we ht*ve had( fii itite, anir suetl
a' w~ 9~Ylve iml 'I a u"kto Overn'
ment 4iJnaul Mrut1iheitl t1dI e
people; ilmidt's pi"hgr out tht
vIshett'f tixde vf i -ll n abut
of the great. patient, tolling .teas.
To this kind of government I am
unalterably opposed. I have fought
that kind of government wherever I
have been, andl it is on this principle
that I seek election.
I expect to uphold this principle
of opposition to autocratic govern
ment by special privileged Interest,
if I am elected and I want, the sup
port of no one who is not' satisfled
Here is im) dechalation and here is
I am noit. ashatamted of either ani
aill willing to rest my case on them.
W. IF. DU N.
Current Market Prices on
POT ROAST, All Cuts, per ib., ........................ 17.%c
VEAL ROAST, per lb., ... - ............ ......221ac.
SPORK LOIN ROA T, ir ',........ .. ....30c
ILEGS OF kItTTON, per lb., ... ...,......... ...0c
VEAL STEAK, per lb., ................................... 25cf
EEFSTEAK .lnero lb,. ,.................. ..........
SVEAL AND MUTTON STEW, per lb.,..................15c
BEEF HEARTS, per lb., ............ ...........................12% ;ci;|
* BEEF LT ER, )er lb., .......... ......... . l c. %
S"All ourn meats and provisions are government
inspected and of the very best quality. Econ
omiwze. save from 25 to 40 cents on the dollar..
I Buy your meats and Iprovisions at
Western Meat Company
I HONE 1332 121 E. PARK ST.
S: WH.RE EVERYBODY BUYS
!ssmasEEEaiiEE namEuEE e agaimaaainmiiiniiniag imaa S|
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE BULLETIN.
Settle Yo r Ele
tion Bets With aMallor Hat
AT THE BIG 4
17 WEST PARK STREET
SAY YOU SAW\V IT I ITHE BIULLETI.
This is the best place in town
for you to trade. T'he LARG
EST STOCK and the LOWEST
A Square Deal
I Appreciate Your Trade
Palace Clothing and
53-55 EAST PARK ST.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
Expert, Reliable Work
\Iaiii Sprig ......... $1.00
(;leauiii u ' . ..............$1.50
73 E. Park St.
SAY YtUJ SAW IT I$ BULLETIN.
508 WEST PARK ST.
G(;tuarialtl eed) c ii s 1 .l60
- per ( I. ....... 1U
SAY YOU .S IT I; flULL~TIN.
Sprig, Mill err
We have jti'.t -eceive ' lhip.
ment of the latest Millinery
A fine line of pattern hats
Compare OUR prices with up
64) UTAH AV'E.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
ILine of "GeneraI
*:,veryth., jngiig m' store
Smulist lbe sold regardless of. *
!. s . 1 ., \Ic:l ,i le,..,1 a .tvto la&ts ° I
Come aU(l get some rPaL
*bargainjs iti. Men s. Ladies'
.and Childretus Shoes-
SMeI:tl's Uider'e or. Ht ,ts,i
Ca )s. S It i r t s, O)veratls;
(Gl ves, Ulmbrellas, Jewel
_ ry. a I ( ch e , Pocletl '
I l'ives.. ,ud Merchandji
* of all sorts. Store ficx.'
I Early I
j 715-17-19 Front Street
N BUTTE, MONT. I
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
The man who lowered
the price of suiits. ii Butte.
Is When You
Want to Shine
Do nut..t wait until the last
minute to .buoy an ill-fit
tiiig, read -Made when
I Can, ake
You a Suit
to your individuaiL. meas
ure folnt the ne .est ma
terhiads i tllhehlat t style.
We giveou on ot'lhunddred
cents w\.orth of value on
c ve vr y dollar expended
- with us.
18 Years in Butte.
118 80. MAIN STREET(
NIL4"rflra NI II A.VS iloi AVS
Use Bulletin want ads. They get
Phone 52 If You Want to
Rent That Furnished House