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The Independent Labor
Party of Great Britain
.1. IIA'I,\Y 31.1( 1DON- 1,I) in The N:tion.
T'he i'tnept dtthlnt Itlior party is lif
s'ca'r;: it thas bItt t the stibjtet of at
(ti: t day t atttncuti tiole ntewisp tper
st!ctl i::s it.'cnI a repeertition altuoost
cheapl misrepresentationsn~ designed t oI
u..e has, loll; ete 1)rejttdi'e. 'Flie
I:;lrt: ·. I!:t\\'e\'c i', ncititetr dec'ays 11(17'
eiio.ý. .cud an explanaiiitio n u'i its pus)i
'tO:z of ItaNt ttiutt. It is ai sociaisiit
\'ittt.t Itl, lbator party. 01ith which.
howttiitt. it is all!iibttot. antt with
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T'lh' I" hvs' 3l1i.. tin'lh s Sa tldn 'vs:' ,li.st'e. t i-m . I II.,tt.tadWv.
which it act( r for clctoral pDu P 1Po r.
itsi tat iii tl.ti ýitt I Ii caniid itdatcs, folr i
stanUce, are r1111 ill the e'he'rcI ii't I)
cfandidate0s ICo r 'ic h the l11or11 pottY
is tesioosittle. It - o- l'alismi is no01
ot the dogmlltlic t; p It blieIves it
caitati, but( ~it intrrt - ts If a( a110IV I
cmont inuaio If n-t''i th lbrl trtadi
it1I1 tttI' tlt rif is sin. then ritiwsh
lth b~r ath ti tllil. o tilen iate N211
iiittllý' t it II I.(o ll'tll o1) 11 a 0 tit1101o
•-the welding of the working class.
,-p)l ially the trade lunionist , into a
>oiii i,.al party sevcrat:. 7,:1n1 the
,\ l I , 1 elltliiOUS wOrk --V g 10 1rally
o.' ih lnature of attack tupon nd lea1l
,- like eu Pickard, ('. ienwicl.
Id 1. L 'o::dhurstllt it swun1 g thlle
,1 dln ttitude which expc( ed it to the i
iain ny; it total ) i lion
1i d Ill- w ratl o1 t ll !H Ii i- 10
1 t: t lnail i ' lli ll id il't ' ''itI; it
l1 il lildt " ,,.l"llh ut' l )l.'lt.. ' t]) iit file
tlI,l :t , 1 I the s '~,i1 1 I1t 31o :ll tiglt it,
duel. i ts , ll il i',p lIltiliS : e .Pre -lt
t!i:ti ' )oldi Ii" i Is)l;llthH r P t. i tie sit-'
f11t'11t1 1heir personal po ts r v'it11hin1
tlilteI councils of the wolrki tt classe.I
or thl- confid.cl'e rettiloei d in thugl hve
a'ld in all co0 f i'r i l : I'ti!d t olu h
out. frhoile Wa year,, iti t balf >pt'e
itlac wh sn liii' l'ori , tl'it.tu l e l of thet
it s'l we \r i'i ll iifot'!isit t till e-sl k i I()[ I
Ittilplllt aho d uI:llg g ,ld l 1 i ad'rs re
vli' .n at h 110 I lthig s iasloffic ill
p] ul'il gs of wel' ,nt)i flromn dlegat(,s
who proceeded lat \\r itoll to vote
against th i n.
i .ileanwhile.l t , t il Iarty ilsel after
tllt first rending t rm i il oil of tl al' oullt
brleak lof tllhe a', livgan toi right it
s elf. Ils puillt ic n mcotings were al
uay: crowdeld, ;lt d i a tltiumpaigt n to
:11 I:;g tlle il was started by cer
tctil London ,ewlalpers. The sit
nation was halnlled by the inde
pndent labr party leatders with ait
dift skill, and the proplaganda of tihe
party was continued through every
+ntI snall thl it could hel kept r opleln.
Twelvt ie ti1s waitsils printing busi
Ine, raide], b i. the resulllts were al
ways futile. The leaders were bset
by "agents provocalteurs," but ar
ie-ts wer,' confined to the less known
m11,13, although police agents went
pr(esent Il all meetings. An official
tri-ed Illonce joked with ire about aI
glilht rl'rror itn an allu~ ion I made inl
on of illy speeches, and gave me to
1.nd 3ersinl ]d that verbatim 0 reports
were supplied to Whitehall to beC
The membership of the party
steadily increased, its recruits comn
l.g mainly fromn the young educated
democracy and from that class which
-a inuited by political liberalism,
an13 f''om) thost' deeply sincer), l'e
igiou;; minds which find their coin
r) nieinship in the Society of !'rienlds.
On its eollantiC and militant side it
ha.s drlaw11 to it h o l men a3nd WOlleln1
mostly young- who are influenced
by the revolutionary thought which
v ar engenders, and who find in the
natty those controlling and clo-ordil
alitig force,; which relate revolv tiol
to progress, and gVie da3matic'
.ha lg . an1 evolut ilin ry m ethod. O n
its political :-ide, it has dlrawVl fromt
lilt' lb''r'.l lsarty malny of its devoted
o l " .. T he transf lrr td alleg iance
of .Mr. Pousonby, Mr. Trevelyan, 11.
t'. latb:eo'tl un1d, wil lin the last few
days. t'olonol \VWedgwood, 51. |.,, is
only represenltative of transfere'ce=
of less conspit'l o-il s, but in their own
iDcP lities not le",,, imlliportant, I)l' 3
Lpe.s,(- Jo n 0o ' Croat's O o [1alltl
I ;"rite while the -hI'il'tlni iof the
! iarty is delit'ring his annui al adl
tdr -;s ito t lhe d logates as'-sembl ed ill
the Iluddi -Usfield towvn hall. In the
Ic tiat gllherring i l' do'elegate's, and in
itho crowded galleries, one feels the
il l:,rious surge of the spirit which
S his pary. itne fteels thlat
its delt'il etl' is of ilte soul an ld not ofI
I! iip. and ione i1 lderstanslll how it
is tiiti Ill Ise IIppniclnt l iIa1' idf uil of pto
pic has. defied lpopll ar olpinioni, halll
illl in'll c( ltete rts W ihi it doets noi
,setiitui 1o have luit'ncei d policy, a1)11w
h . it a td its tfotl..O.ing iall tihe
lhne. The Ituddersfiehll collferenc,'
is atIenl d biy :160 delegate. n1 1I the
iipolt pi li :. i d to thenvi' recordsi
duriig till, l > youril ill illl 'ease of i
i I1 ()11 mllealh:r:,. 1:1!1 brinches, and
`1"o in fees. Tlhere are now ,7
rIan'l is t Ie lit iti ul'y; e.l, Iti00 wit r
rit:l ,d for the recent :r } iral ('lel -
liio . and of tis inear'ly .,I 0 tis it e
mlit expendei d iready for f'll rtherl
Ilp'ilt., while an other reserve fund~
:alsio :monllll llill g Io nearly t:1,01100, is
ill eXist eI '; 13 i igt ti i ltelliZ s lare at
worI it ll ilt v countr-y. All thelse fig
liures rea'tl ' point s lotver hithertoti
,I lle d hI3 lhe pa'lty, il 11g l e l t I lu' ti -
nledel d exaillite to other poll itical
Iip)a s to publi:-h their finll nlclt iai l re
O I i t etpsi
il'ltt plxrl y's l sitionl onill ile W\tI'
has ialWays IiOPn iltOii su thyti . t, Ite
was "'pro-German;t" it consisted of
the agents of the kaiser;" lind 1wht
not. Thile truth waIs that it wias sil
ply dellocra ic allnd itn tet'nl tl tiot a .
Iloest'iel whl is said to thit e contrary,
i lool withi ii tptst i overwhtelmli oin tI
j trily of I ritishl socialists. In Great1
Britain. al s everywhere et-lse. thi
wIind ty, ittlinig ;sectionsl of s:cial
ui t it ulle for l " t'rog' O ii llnions, hi
cItle c thau i ist, llltd Igave voice to
of the crowd. enjoying ill ('cOnse
tqltent i ull ilediateil respectability
ito ic h het we're uine.estOil ed,
Iilt whic h telyt lfound delectable. Al -
t1g, illt Ih thi s t.se exaolucptito thel
l'iti) l s 1n'i; lis.l feolllwcd the o ll de
plildenl lahol pa'ty.
nlonly calld took lthe po litical l view
(of wn'. \V:(1" \'a:r the breaktowIl of
thile rl lety machine of diplomacyll('.
1iit natural iand inov'itable co'onse-t
th'etl, of polic'y; fisghting had to bt
onducttt.ed by poltich'al as well as Iy
laililay i o pIonolls . hoy tpublic opiniont
Ias wll Asto by shot and shell. Forl in
xstance ttihell iltoe i tssi-t n revolution
ctmetil. it illdepell tent labor party,
ill pallrlial t l tilan hd olt, begged tilth
government to regalrd it as an oppor
tulity E 1. thich to get attt th Gerrlll
tdeloctatcy rlather Ilt ;il as one to re
i onstiil te :1 ]tlussinlll offellsive; vie
Itr'y was It Ibe the freeing of demol '
r'ai'y, Inot ill,' dh'stl'tl('tiotl of any p|len
fIle and ce.rtainly not the partition
ing of .llrope for pulnlpost s of '.(
venge. imperialismt. or uilitarisml. I
adlllit tit: t this s 115 ,n angle of vision!
most annoying to a public which hat]
hben seized by 1he ordinary old pas
sions of \ar. It seemed to be tw Io
son, Itca iis: it ilepresented war an
its lroblet 's ill a relationship which
the linl in the street and his new'spa
per could not understand. Ulnt,
whatever the immediate incidflnts
which caused the outbreak of th,
\ war, :1lld whatever the emlotiOl I
which stirred the people whtu goin;.
into it, the party believed 1hatI it
satw tlt' gotv'erlllnme t entering un11)I(lthe r
great conflict through which it ryas
to go in precisely the salme way that
govermlllents had gone through wars
before. In ('very political writer
who had lived t'h'ough such Iinlls,,
from Aristophanes to tIlti:l l)ro!.
and Cobden. it read of the dungiers,
the mistakes and the disappoint
in",its which were ahead. When, in
co!urse of the years, it wa; seen how
1: wa.:r" was comnlalllli 'llg every
Cr.orn'e of the nationsl, Ihe party
it inted out-and thern oie gave
l1e1' of'fenlse---that a l~re: ly lilliar
',ird would come, if it :came at all,
ollly after revolution had been made
ivt , itable, only after t h" very foun
(dilic ns of society had b1en displaced.
I llilt if ever there .was such a
'eri's of political p:rditctions ful
iiltld vith such complltll nlI lt'ss. But,
thi party was not mer ivly cr'itical. At
'v.i y. sage it proposed' l a policy,
(: ,' d1 always upon tI fundllllamental'
a (:; ilption that the lIople's con
;t ed had to unders:-.tan(:d one an'
, 'cr,. :nd that, in collq'll(lunct'e, some
.('.naiiona|ll meeting kie the Stock
!:nl 1 o1ne should be h11d. 'To winll the
'' fo:' democlllray null to ':'ec ure for
,n;lt racy that power which would
oil the conditions: froml which the
a t spr.Ilng- that, in a selntence, was
t ie a. icy :of the illndlpendent labor
,.;, t l and the key to All that is said
S:nd did during the no:.r and the ar
miistic e period. That may tbe a posi
tiol intellectually a1ld lemotionally
too detached for the Icrowds in the
Itionls at war to aplireciate. Cob
idon mnay have been right in saying
thllat when cannonI slpaI;ik everything
els]e miust speak in tlt' vllle way, or
keelp silent.t. Week after week, Lord
.lorley impressed upon me the doc
trine of "iron silence." lie that as
it may, there always will be during
every way some patrilots who will
keep their minds clear of the battle
and smnoke, anld view war in its poli
tical complletelless- and I sulppose,
io long as wars are fought, the con
seqluences to themin ill be what they
Ihave been to ts. In anyi event, Eng
land will always he grateful that
(Cobdenl discovered tile wisdonl of
silnc only(111 after lie had commllitted
the folly of speech.
The internal politics of the party
suffer front the revolltionary senti
ilents of the ll titie. Thlle recent elee
lio n has dlealt a st llninlg blow to
oarillialeltarianismi in (GIreat Britain.
The applleal was so false, and the re
sult so disprllortOionate to the vot
iiig, that confideice ill representa
tive demnocrlay has been shaken;
and the admission is general that the
personnel of the parliament is sadly
deteriorateld. Quite aside froml this,
the party would have explerienced
triouble with a left wing. "Wlhen the
jazz lunric of revolution is playing
ill over Europe, there are feet here
that imst trip to it, even if the dance
is n11ot native to 1 s.
Tilhe industrial strike for political
inlrlposes i. ai vetry old idea. It was
rti Vi\ ,''1 \ e tl he 1odil 'rn iimoveme\'l nt of
syndicalismn ill France; it was en
c:ouraged tby thle failure of the lab1or
party after 191(6 to effect dramatic
clhallges inll olitics; since the war,
the . trike and the threat to strike
have wo1t1 eol'llttumS adviantages for
labor, even Wlhen tih trade-union of
ficials were opposed to any actioln h.e-'
ing takenl . Indutl strial, or "direct.''"
actionl ha:; thereforr e cons(, to the cen
Iter of the stag ,t iof ritish labor p1 ol
lMoreover, two I'i0movementIs have
g'ivenl it a 1new aulltholllity. The ta
tioiinal trade guilds have been hat
tcring at lparlialllent as the represen
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AFTER THE WI-IRLWII'JD
Charl:s lEdward Russell
Atuthor of "Why i Am t Socialist." etc.
"Mr. u, lslls h , is it. enreh tinL heause
f hI vievt s ,aC Inhr; ii tit.iule towutid the
' u \itw llit irr',ll ion of tiliy, andl it is
ini tal ftor I t I clt a r-e i,'ii swl ' I ( l,\V of
lth c:llises Il ~iliinh g ultp ito 1 grea 1 it t w '. fior.
th se thin d ( lle i'tlm ntionl of Ger l Tll ll
l 'i'llismn he glol'ies in the crusl- inl,. of
t ellit, r 'a i i i rtle well-wo ishter of til
I;e l:ll |r'ohtart' if. ". r i,.llw-..l does not
file .i'i .:iii lin, th t ttt ' t lhel ;iftle th,.
ItevoluLn, u--- timen. Net, $1.50
SIX RED MONTHS IN RUSSIA
'hhe liv.\,l in I v\olutillon ry IIS.Siu :ts one1
of the peoll ; s'lo late1 (' T(neolrenslky. Lenine.
T'i.ntlI'. ni li :' 'oilliin of the 3:attilioii
Iof li :t i I: .eIt tto ~l d"l tII inlll " I')lll ils
'f tlhe StIovit. ail h 's is Ia vivid -it< syn. -
' ithe ti(' presentation of Rnssi;t.
"Miss litOy;ii- t lis: hoiii lleiss f:ith in thie
110.''sillo. S.1 presiits its etil, Ilerlyi
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SAMERICAN LABOR AND THE WAR
President of the American Federation oi Labor
"'his e~pol,: itio is o,f the nature of :a go
1 pIl of Inh or in its heoa1ing upon social and
i lo lli(2c I·'i- i iij ustm l lnt." --- i\'uisliiugtOit
Ti'h f ook coi ; lltain i tl. (; tlopersi iinpor
tllt i iit ,.l t'iihes and I.tla ortIt ofiil 1;ll
,cord. il.hhlhint nll the (vit ll wa Ir u s
I 't'S:n = and rIsolutions of the Federation.
CIVILIZATION: TALES OF THE
ORIENT Ellen N. La Motte
i , .e,,itt tile outer appearance
-f thinigs )liit , ;nl social ill the East
nil \'rit ,'ý i1' illa mitotives ald ;in t nhill
in o f; i n 1.l lh iky I." tInm l.te 1oliti
,'ihI. inl ._'t :iI :u-toll,"d civilize(d tol n
BANNERS Babette Deutsch
H"thr· i the splirit of cti tll-i-gii and rll -:-lt.
.illing oldti s, ii ries iand trtdiitiotlt into
t eih t:l H ]pron'e*ling ft..rh ssly in th,' I, t'
tiehls of thiuhiit anid emotion. This lhi-i
is noIt.\h , t. boter shown tm i in 'Ftiannerst,'
the title en ('iit , It, in ilttlebitration of the
.in'.t I(critition."--\."(w York 7''ribiui1
OUT OF THE SHADOW Rose Cohen
of Iblis. t ,.i?. )wi ti lo.W sli'eh ran int1sir
, light l it l ,tt tstll .'a thop life hulmt
;il 1,ilit il ' :inut \VtIalrl writes: "It will
!,e D t';( ",l ;ts ;. so il1 tiloh'mtnent tIi i -
eiti, in n I i i1 ti l he volumes (if tihe ;- n
,t':lly "t'li- tI u iearthers fer d tali oi1
THE FIELDS OF THE FATHERLESS,
O\ "nill }isool oif lpovrtl'" is what tlth
I'( l;nwag 'T''i't ,fl l .ils this self-res-vel;itii
* nIv.'sli Ii t it It is the tlle ofi h t
t lt. ill is, h l tr e\pe ienll .s :is . lan1 lrss,
: aVe:ttsho i to.ker \ ti as ar servant
, ill jlst ;is she twlote it without r-iting.
li i di l ou Mitm in t of surl ri;'ing realuni .
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(Unions who vote on the Mooney
strike are requested to furnish re
sults of the balloting to The
Bulletin for publicatiron.-Ed.)
Results, so far as The Bulle
tin has learned, are:
Tailors, 3 to 1.
Barbers, 3 to 1.
Plasterers, 2 to 1.
Electricians No. 65.
Silver Bow Trades and Labor
Pearse-Connolly club, unani
Mill, Smelter and Surface
Metal Mine Workers' Union of
A m.erica, unanimious.
Workingmen's Union. 68 to 5R.
\'ood, Wire and Metal Lathers'
International Union No. 63,
Workers', Soldiers' and Sailors'
voted unanimously for Mooney
I u b b e r and Tireworkers'
union, 13 to 2.
at the state as the absolute authority
in a nation. They argued that the
workers as workers had to create
something like an industrial legisla-!
turei with authority over industrial
affirs, Ibecause geographical areas,
alled constituencies, full of ai lued
li e of electors remloved in mind and
in intoerests froln the 1problelms of the
worklshop, could never create a body
of representatives whose industrial
i:inl would be sufficiently definite
to make it a satisfactory authority to
deal with the real life of the people.
Then caine the Russian soviets and
the rue of the workers secured by
the disfrlantchisemenlt of all those
who did not work. To industrial
democrats here. this mnlthod of gov
rt 'lllllet causes less shockic than
might lie imagined. For utip to the
prtelent titme our house of coinnmons
is beenll elected by a franchise
which deprived millionls of workmen
if the right to vote, anld our house
of iordts is tile purest exailplle of a
.soviet which the worldl has ever
sseenl at soviet, however, not of the
worikers, liut of the aristocracy.
The independent labor party is
tlhrefore peculiarly explosed to the
imoventiets for tile political strike
anti for the reconstruction of our
constiitution on soviu t tmodels. These
lnotlentnts, however, do niot really
go delep. The party nmay occasion
ally relieve its feelings by passing
piouis ire!::olutions of chiallenge anlld
defiance; in practical action it will
conltinuc to follow its leaders, none
of wholn are bitten Iby these proj
ects, all of whomn believe in parlia
ie. t ry democracy.
Stiltl, the piarty will undoubtedly
ire:tpond to industrial mnoveItments.
'This country today is spending enor
mlcits sums (f IllOlley to keep its peo
ple qulliet andil to try to tide over
the transition period between warll
aiit peace; tonlorrow it will have to i
i pay its debts. Today, promises may
ie itade to piay high wages; tomor
row, mteans will have to be found for
providing thelm. Yesterday, we were I
to ld tlhere was unemploymlenlt be
aii si lb there was ovet?,rprodiuction ;
Iltoday, we are told that more pro
dtlulion will irevent t unllelmploymlent;
tloiotiirrtow, we shall have to face the
tproitltei. All this is to mitean indus
trial iunsettleie tl. ntlder such con
ditioins, lhe sagacity of tile party will
bie taxed to Ithe itlnost, anid its al
legittice ialo to parlitia entuary nlethods
will iie tlusted under a terrible strain.
I believe it will emnergs successfully
from its orideal; for our intelligent
young workien are comning into its
raniiks, and its older leaders have
'iven it a spirit and a tradition. In
Sally e'V elt, the party is steadily re
turning to its old colninlanding plaice
ill ithe labor iimoveiment, and the
sitorm-tossed adventuCIres throuighI
whiich it paiu:sed during the war will
only add to the respect ill which it
is held and the authiiority which it is
(.y United Press.)
Spokane, Jlune 23;.- William 11.
1)ielz, fOlrlerly coach of the \\V.siH
ingtoll State collcge footiball tI'Iel .
and coach of the Blare Island Mla
rintes' leve'n lae" season. went lon1
trial here today on a ci.nrge of mak
ing f;lse slallen lenl s in e'eclulinRj hi
lraft quelstiolllllaire, lo Wi tll tiic het
was 'e iit'lited lfrom military set \ ire.
It i.t contended by the goverlnmentl
that "'L(onI star" i)ietz is Iot an In
diii, ;:s hei stated in his qluesltiOn
naire, and as he has been generally
Itecognilllcd tduring his flot ball coach
inG career in the west.
Eugel'ne. Ore.. Jiune 21. --The I'i
t'ersity of Oregon siuinlu1wr school
olleed hlie're today., un1der1 thI,' ililtre
tion of Dr. -I. 1). Sheldon, ilan of the
:,chool of edtlucation.
Following the r-egulllar term of' thell
school. onding Aug. 1. will he a :,e,
ond tlenu the aim) of w\hich is toI gile
retulrned soldiers additional oppor
tunity to make upl lost time in aca
detnic work whlile ill the servicel.
A.\ lnllbtler of co'rses dealillng with
po:-\\wi reconstr'ucltion w)ork ill ii
gi\'ven dtlring tilt' first session1 :f it(
5s 1i lu er school.
MODESTY IS THE LGtST POLICO
visiice'-You w ere a!toei.ther tc
rne,"i, i.: t - king ,.': --,'. .:e:.a
a; : ), O , g" olf.
rni C .
Quality, Style and Price
SUITS FOR SUMMER WARM WEATHER.
TO YOULR MEASUIRE, $23 ANI) UP.
We also have a big line of uncalled for suits on which
you can save from $10 to $15.
THE FASHION TAILORING CO.
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CANDIDATES FOR OFFICERS
Montana Federation of Labor
Endorsed by the Cascade and
Silver Bow Trades and Labor
Assemblies and Various Locals
For President-Steve Ely, Sand Coulee, Mont.
For Vice President-J. C. Whitely, Butte, Mont.
For Secretary-Treasurer-J. T. Taylor, Lehigh, Mont.
For Executive Board Member, Cascade District-Charles
tieximer, Great Falls, Mont.
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The members of your union
employed at the
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GREAT FALLS, MONT.
are on strike for more wages
and better working condi
tions. Workers of this craft
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