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SULLIVAN McVEIGH LYNCHADEAU
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The affairsof the city of Butte are in a deplorable condition. I am a candidate for the office of mayor. I believe I can I have been accused of being somewhat radical, and. it .
Fteiar ny;years-with one exception-Butte has been cursed administer the office better than most of the men who have probable that I am, bit' it takes some strength of character, to
w~itt ;dmrtdlstrations intent only on plunder, content to '"pass held it, and of one thing I am certain. be a radical these days, and that same strength of characte.....
tho:~pIl'k to posterity. It is that the seat of the city government will, if I am elected, that has been developed in a fight for what I believe is.right,
Ti h. y.arlous city governments have served the autocracy of be restored to the city hall. will be used, if I am elected, in giving the people of thiscI>t
hiir, V BowV county well. They have kept the machine Intact It will not be located in any other building, a clean, honest, efficient and just administration of the cirty
at.the .pense of the people until today, in Butte, thousand of I desire to be the servant, not the master, of the people and affairs.
titi.s9 hje determined that never again shall a man on whom I want the advice and co-operation of every honest, decent Those affairs are in such shape that none but fools would
ri~taethe jlightest suspicion of connection with or sympathy person in the city of Butte. be optimistic. The task of putting the city on its feet is a
V t1he rtit less interests that have almost ruihed Butte be We wish to make Butte a city for whose government we do difficult one, but I will do the very best I can. One cannot do
.oJ.b city. not need to apologize, a city that is governed for the people W. F. DUNN.
ci ty. who live in it and not for and by any special interest.
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Ward .. Precinct A--Silver Lke hotel, East ard 3, Precinc. B-latey Shaaha l, i W'ard 5, Precict I--Second and Alabama. Ward 7, Pecinct B-Harrison avenue fire sta
Quaxt. street. '. South Oklahoma street. WVard 6, Precinct A-Empire theater, South ion.
rW:. ,k Pr~feinct B-Finlen hotel. Ward 4, Precinct A-Basement, public lihl)oit Montana street. Ward 8, Precinct A-Johnso -House, South
W4*d2 Prbe2lient A-Quartz street fire station. Montana street.
W4d : "2, Pirebnet BW---Caledonia street fire Ward I, Precinct B-Broaway andt Oklali Ward 6, Precinct B-O'(Conell's Carpenter '
tato .streets. shop, 625 WVest Mercnury street.. Ward 8, Precinct' B-434 st phry
= i tA Arizona street fire sta- - Ward 5, Precinct A-=Commercial hotel, L'ith 7: ' 'iWtl A'Stevens- and aihley.
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