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'E ,A BI ý iN
INS TO BEAR FRUIT
luenos Aires for tiesrly four months
past, if' the conference were to adopt
a program which would call for na
tionalization of the chief. industries,
including transportation, in Latin..
America, and would pledge an inter
national general strike to force this
The connection between the Ital
an and Japanese efforts to break
down the program of the Paris peace
conference, and the program of Ital
ian and .Japanese organized ialor,
has been carefully ignored b-, most
of the newspaper correspondents in
Paris. Both the Italian and tne Jap
ane:se governments are afraid of the
growing power of the workers. Both
have decided that only by annexing
some foreign territory can they stir
up any further public enthusiasm for
the war game. If they fail to bring
home any territorial loot, then the
unrest of their workers becomes
more dangerous than ever before.
litaly is declared by most competent
observers to be on the verge of so
cial revolution; only the fear of the
labor leaders that the allies might
cut off her food and coal supply has
prevented an uprising thua far. Be
fore these lines are in print the mon
archy imay be fighting for its lif.'
against an uprising in Milan, Turin,i
Rome and other cities. For the peo
ple realize that the Italian govern
mnent cannot hold the city of Fiumne
and the Dalmatian islands except by
keeping up a big armc' and navy. and
that will mean heavier burdens upon
Japan has thus far stamped out all
attenmpts at the formation of a strong
trade union movement within her
empire. As at result, we have .'oei
the rice riots o, the pa:t year, and
now comes the revolutionary nmove
m0ent in Japan and the great revolu
tionary strike throughout Korea.
The 20,t,0()0,f00 Koreans, who are be
ing treated by the Japanese military
autocrats as the Russian cZsr used to
treat the Poles and Jews and as the
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""lal n Feder
, is the hap
illy of or
r of morale
'lney in the
tut to be re
esigns, or is
liich, 1 !?2!,
tod by thei
; vast tna
g out what
" said Fla
0 looked tup
ion. "I be
t of the end
in the Buf
.ber, 1! I 7.
ig upon hij,
io has done
ith of labor
ation, it is
at has haip
nd the de
n record as
re' elntt.it iv. 5
a hours and
d telephone I
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was to ('ml
rs, butit did
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o the pres
s had been
ted in hin
to bill very
nor, H .lsS
to' '5a ('.1
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to the ctrm
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Ot be safe
g of :Moth
either this l
talk of a
,is may be
Cral for the
ini stration. I
oal minel', I
'a rapid in
hlie is coin
; with or
1ne of" the
at the Lat
ganit of Ar
i the inlb
forml of at
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are no de!
colu t inary
not le sur
ill 15o1't of
Fm the autobile owner
Crescent Wrenches and
Auto Jacks, $2 and up
RosTire PTumps,. $2.50
The Homeof GoodlHardware
Mechanics Fine Tools
Plumbing and Electrical
Phone 95-221 E. Park
T'urks treated the Armenians, are re
fusing to work. This strike may have
a serious effect on the cool:e situa
tion. It may arouse the coolie to
fight for economic liberty.
Italian workers in this country de
clare that tihe co-operative moveeent
is going to play an important part
in the new Italy that they expect to
come from the collapse of the nine
archy. In the Italian co-operative
movement thousands of imen andt
wonien have been trained for taking
the more active control of industry
which is the first of their demands.
From E erett, Wash., I have re
ceived a copy of a resolution adopted
recently by local i81 of the Amalga
mated Meat Cutters and Butlcliher
\Vorkmene of North Anm.rica, calli og
for the establishment by the imet
bership of the Amnerican Federahtion
of Labor, of a co-olperalive woolen
mill, as a means of securing clothing
for the wage-workers at a reasonable
eost. It proposes an atsses<lsmeeit, of
$1 per u-ionber, to bh lcvicd for thbs
purpose by each international union
)upon its nmtembership. The woolten
mill is either to be built or lpurchased
as may be found best.
The resolution was calledl to illy
notice because of the atleclpt being
:made inll the east to bring the work
ers inll the woolen and cotton and silk
mills into the came ifldustrial organli
zaltion with eloth'ing workerlh . T'ie
secrelary of local l8 siggests Iht ifi
organized labor will finance it: own
cloth industry on a ico-tipratti'e basis
it will b1, started on the road to set
ltie all intlestrial organiza: ilo prob
It tity be ilk n1) f'or ira .ed tila'
thei Atlantic Cilty '( Vi v ntionl in .ltun
will not vole'to undirtake ulny p::r
t icular co-operal h\ ent ,rpri, a : on
the othler hand. the c' nvention will
probably tal, :=ome acl iou itr s:iiau
late the formiattiet of co-op r;tiv
buying and manufacturing coil:. irns
in all ii its of the co1ntry.
News from Pittsburgh is to the ef
fect tI liat the steel c omta' nie u; are ii -
ing to'get ride of all union ten In -
lfore the big organization conitvemlnto,
'uultoned for May 25 by' thie n:u
tional commnsittee for organit;ing iron
ind steel workers. Titre lreprss:;iv
taclijes ;ire not so .c..'s fli as il t h
dlays before the war. (Chlairman Foit
ter of the conmnmittc exp(cts to hitv,
a lig hall filled with deleguie;s from
thie various steel mill:, in Olhio,
Pennsylvania. southtern New York
and New Jersey. Tihe convention
will itake industrial hit;tory.
lhelena, May 2.---Increased tele
phone rates, authorizedl anld ap
proved by the plosntmaster general,
toolk effect in Montana yesterday,
without the consenit of the s-tate util
ity commission, which will defler ac
tion until the supreme court of the
tUnited States has passed upon liurle
-on's right to incrt ease intra-u.tate
Business rates in Helena that hale
been $4 a month will now be $5 andi
those that have been $5 will be $(.
Residence rates that have been 82
will now be $2.50 and the rates that
have been $2.50 will now be $:. No
change is made on rural lines or for
extension service it is announced.
The increases generally range fromn
201 per cent upwards in Montana. In
Butte the raise in some classes of
business rates is 60 per cent.
Telephone rates wire recently
raised in the east and the new rat.s
in Montana are in accordance with
Burleson's plan to raise theni
throughout the country.
TEACH YOUNG ONES
TO PLANT GARDENS
J. R. Campbell, a'ssistant director
of the extension division of the State
Agricultural college, will be in Butte
next week for the purpose of in
structing the teachers and pupils inll
the public schools in proper methods
of planting and caring for home gar
The Bulletin is here to stay.
DISmHARED AH SM E L NF1
HAVE Ofl[ANIZEfl PITK lP
"Justice, Not Charity," Is Demand of Iron City Pro
tective Union for Soldiers and Sailor. Refuse to
Act as Scabs and Strikebreakers, or to 33Be Used to
Lower the Standard of Wages.
Pitisburg, May 2.--Alen dischargod i
fromn lthi militar'y and naval sr viic
of the I'lnited States have org.nid
a Soldiers,' Sailors' and .\larines Pro
tective union. The (n i stite ihat
they have (iorgani;zed u'or' jislit', and
lnot cleirliy, and that I1y lil e}
i'se to iact as scabhs or1' strike'roeal;t
The organization, which is ei
dorsed by the P'ittsburg Federati iot
of Labor, has its hl;adqlait'rs ila
the Labor temple and has lpublishedo
the followving statement:
"Tihei ('olndition colnfrontinhg lthe
soldie'rs, s.ilors anid 'ltarines on tlheir
dlisciharge lfroin lhe service are grow
in sol ilntolerab'i'ile that thle maliitjity
of mene find thlicmislves (confilonilel I
by the difficult problem of earning
"Therefore, we are hbtanding our
:elves together so thait we imay bet
ter libe abl to P'eure thliti.o liing<
which we believe to be the practical
application of democracy.
"A de'cent job for every worike' at
not more than an eight-hour day and
a 44-hour week.
"Wages high enough ito provide
all workers tand their depert.ndoitis
with a living as good as imodern sri
;nce and invention can dcesign.
"AlbolitiCtin of lpo\erty.
"Abolition of un earnted fiortunes
"The sio-ailled n't'taii's of indst rv
imade billions of dollars iduril;g itt
NEV LUXURH TAB
GOES IN EFFECT T1,UY
(By 1lniled 'Pra::.)
Pennies are going lto corns in
mighty halindlly frolt nlti,-ow on. The gt
t1m('n int is going ti) lake e. ti e ,.
from youl to help paliy the c(i .fI i1t'
war. Incle Stili is gott to bei
penny richer every iltie you buy an
ice crOteam odatlt, or 25 'cents worth of
pills, salve, tooth pi' ai r, hair dye.
_ComIno 'neting Iodai)', Vyou will piay
I per cenlt tax oil Ih :hill.wiing ar
ticles costing iliorl' I1ha ,1 l it uniltch it
imentionedi : Picture fra.f . n $11;
trunks, $510; travelit; l.;' , $25;
hand bags and purt's, : 7.>; tabll
lnmps, $25; unimbri Ilaw vni , Ia1os ,
$4; fans. '$1; t-moliig .1 ,kls.
$7.50; women's hiats, $15; i' 0 al
boys' ihats, $5; caps, .$ 2; hi , <ill,
neckties, $2; inen's silk hosiry, .1;
women's silk hlosierytl', $2; mit.
shirts, $3; pajalmas, night ,t'' .
underwear. $5; kimonos, pulll'
wai5 ts, $15.
T'lhe new "luxury" taxet'; will ;il ai
lot of othlier things, rangi""g fro1
movie Ao.hws to chewing gii iti and
candy, and from autoitiobilct. t..
smioking materials .
Bulletin Boosters should patronizt,
M. __O Iij.
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-,rR) :,E, i()N HING to be free
- /.d.-4 _e I, f t l<'; in n:;: 'it "ar or work
r, tush:,:iilt, anti agmuct. flaws and
INH1NE TE 'oill+: lt 4'OF YOUR
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M. C. SMITH MACHINE SHOP, 401 South Wyoming St.
y '\Y 't..l SA- \\V ' I IT '1 T Ill,' III .ETIN.
FTE', ADING A SPECIALTY
,,N. lAND T.IRES REPAIRED
I .: -.\ ..' T!l E ' \l)l. 1A 8 I \II.NEr Jl TI .ES
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GPhlane 3O,-.U. 1242 Harrison Avenue
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MONTANA BATTERY STATION
PREST-O-LITE STORAGE BATTERY
EXPERT BATTERY SERVICE
, srie n ItrI'hiarcged, l.R paired, Rented and in Stock.
, . alize il . n l.:lharg ;ig Ford Magnetos in Cars.
224 6. ARIZONA S'. PHONE 5536-J
"' L." '". ' ..l-"" SUPERIOR
LAC Y VULCANIZING
Vwe have a large. assortml ent of
r usld andl retreated tires at rea
Auto Service aid Repair Shop inable prices.
( i ::t s; : tark ituii,, f r Ai: h igeints for lItcine Tires.
l0 yiouni 'iird it lif ,ig t tL
..... ' :11 u " J. L. Mathieson
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SI ,1IVI IE. it) E. Galena. i,1. lPhone 5067-.J
Butte DBa ry Co. 1:1;FNI) AVENUE IfEPAIR SHIOP
Automobile Repairing, Lathe
lEXID)1' D i~l4 T OR1 1Vo kt and Mill Work.
Up ,to )it o to E.i ]1is. All Work Guaranteed.
W`.o Jt lIir I :1 i 1ak 1 0f ntdt , il Stora ge.
Phone 91S. I 19 S. oJrtitula St. Corner I[Harrison and Grand.
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Rupert's Automobile Exchange
1012 1E. Front I l cit. Phone 6211-J
I',S'd( :t i i ,il oi: f late modebl in firt -clas- condition at the
lowest possible prices:
'FORIl . - - --------.......... . .....$290 to $400
-I!)) alnd i;A;i1" (ILIND) CH'IEVIROIETS ...........3$I2 to $1,100)
I,(;I1'1' SIXIE. ....... ......... ............ .........$ 75 to $900
.1111. 1S. ------------- ---......................... ...........- $t to $l,4)
I):;I,ilIit' ('lS AND) TRUC( S............... . $250 to $1,800
N,, or usd automlobiles and tracks bought, sold or exchanged.
I-EE US. BEFOORE BUYING OR SELLING.
CODlECl NAIM S 'OF
What is the Christian name of
t!,e car? That's I the question when
iIn ii toist ruttles off the names of
tice various styles. The Society of
.Aoiniobile En!gineers sulbmits the
:,aldster--- An open car seating
!t, or three. It. may have addi
1I seats on running boards or
i1i r'-ii deck.
it.upelet---Seats two or three. It
i,, a Folding top and full-height
e:,. with disappearing panels of
(';i!lpe-An inside operated iii
ci-hmd car: seating two or three. A
fuc I h seat facing backward is
smin,: imes added.
(' convrtible coupe-A roadster
pr'ovided withi a detachable coupe
'I'llunring (i c--An open car seating
elI, ;gp mire with direct entrance
i' the o1(II'nan.
S.lon iit oulring car--A touring car
\ii h is;aga between front seats,
i.\th or withollut selparate entrance
Convertible Iou ring car-A tour
i:,: car witih folding top and dis
;-lll-raring or reml ovable glass sides.
~ 1.--A- i closed. car seating four
:r 111i1or ill Olle coompartnment.
I.ililuisitie---A closed car seating
thrii to five insile., with driver's
seat outside, covered with a roof.
Phone 52 If You Want to
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