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Russians Could Handle
Kolchak If U, S. Got Out
JOSHUA('.\ IOSI: I IN NEW RFEPUBII('.
All throtugh Deeelmber. .1auuary'
Ind February Kolehak wa.s issuing
call after call for offiers----for
officers if this, that and tilihe othei
year. I naturally wondltered why tic
did not ask for men. 'ThI answel
cante sinmply at a litil' tea house one
"If Kolebhlk would only issue a
call for a generall iraft," said a Ius
iian whomn I know quite well, "that
would indeed tie the end of hint. But
the devil knows his own game. Kol
chlak is very well aware that II(
sooner will any consitderable numbeI
of the people feel the weight of the
Sifles in their hatnds, than his entir,
dliabholical machineryy, Iogcther with
himself, will go iup in a cloud of
In the town of ------ I had need
one dtay for ai force of ninety 1lussiar
,oldiers. 1 applied to General 1 .
"Ninety imeni ' he exclaimed
'Where a ill 1 going to get them"
"You have two r'egimcnts here."
':True. Two of the most distin-i
guihed regiments of the IRussian
lltny. Oneu of theim consists of
Icwelve officers and seven men, and
the Mohler of nine officers anid lenc
men--thlie crack regiments of tile
greiat almlily that is going itl save out
.loly flussin ."
"'Is that lhe onlile foice at your:
"'No. That is what I ;ain fond of
talling my 'ideal' force. lint I have
I re iIl frce, too, and my real foitore
,.; entirely at your tlisposal. It coel
islts of two adjutapls, Itwo hooklkeep
ei's ainil a typewriter girl. You tire
welcomle to make use of it."
Kioleha!uk Army Mainly Officers.
The question interested lie. 1'or
the miionarchist papers in Siberia!
weir ni ow irei ortll ing greati v. l.orics:
inl the diteeltion of Iiorn and lowards
Samars. I inquired among the
"faithful" ais to the extent of Kol
ellak's arimy. It was true, they said.
thatil his legions consisted mainly of
ofl'ficers. lut the Lord was on his
side, andt he was receiving a great.
eail of "mlori'l" support frolmi t h
.Jlapanese, the English and even the
And indeed, on .an. 21 Kolchlak's
telegraph agency heiralded the fol
"The British governmlent has ex
pres:sed through Sir Charles Elliot,
Btritish high commissioner, its great
syinlpathy and interest in the efforts
of the Kolchae administration to es
tablish a free government in Russia
on the firii hbasis of public trust."
"The Frenich government, through
the French high coiniiiinsioner, M.
Egnot, expresses its great pleasure
ill tie co-operation between tte
Ekaterinodar centr'al governmentl
(I enerl Itenikine's t and the Kol
cliak government. and reminarks that
the applointment of Saxonoff as tIhe
joint uiinisteil of foreign affairs hals
served to strengthen ith(: KolchaIk
governnlent, thus leading to a recog
nition of Kolchak's supreme poweri."
Sazonloff, by the way, has biecr.
one of the mainstays of the ministry
of Czar Nicholas.
Japan Ifcelps Kolchuik ".Morally.'"
It is not necessary to expatiate on
the "moral" and other assistance
which Japan has rendered Kolchak.
The w'orld is too well aware of the
nature of Japan's love for Russia.
The proof of the love for the pudding
is, after all. in the eating of'it..
The Czechio- lovak and. America.
policies presented it decided contrast
to those of the other allies.
On Nov. 2 1, three days after .oi
chak's coup d'etat, the f:ollowing
resolution was passed by the Czecho.
Slovak national council:
"The Russian division of th1e
Czecho-Slovak national council, in
order to put a stop to conjecture,:
respecting its attitude towarid current
events, hereby declares:
"That the Czechlo-Sloval arom:
which is fighting for the ideals of
liberty and the self-government 01
nations, cannot and will not c'.
operate or symnpathize with a violent
change which is perpendicularly op
posed to such ideals. The change o:
the 18th of November at Omsk has
The hosi phlae In gel full value for every l.nllil' ou sp-peud
fur groceries, fresh ii its a n d vege lales.
Fresh tomatoes, per Ib. ----................................. .. 0c
Large cucumbers, 2 for .......................................----------------------25c
Carrots, turnips, beets, 3 bunches for ......................25c
RIaspberries and loganberries, 2 boxes for ................45c
Home grown lettuce, per Ib .......... ..... ....-------------- ... 15c
Home grown radishes and green onions, per bunch....5c
(hiu" ne\\ Icnlion is convenient In all ýhII i loers from
the .-ulhub h ur l distriel s. Deliveries t, Ih, fl I l vice daily'.
727 Phone 727
NEW LOCATION ARIZONA BUILDING.
Park and Arizona.
;ubverted the very foundation of th,:I
principle of law and otider \vhi h
must be the beginnling of \'i'ty got
The reader wrill remembliero it wV.,
proposed, largely through lihe ffor.
of President nWilson. to in\ilt repr'..
ientatives of all the Itussian political
factions, including lthe So\iet Iv
public of Central Ilussia, to a confer
3nce at Prince's Island.
Kolchak took fright at Ihis. ano
iddressed a mIessagea to his alru. ,:.
which he declared his uncoiilptoiio
:ng attitude-the Riussian peoplh
would not deign, lie said, io Ire,.,
with infidels and ol0casts -t- h ili:,
io6n of the army wa\s to rescue lth
holy religion--to Ipurge the lail
and so forth. Any ono ;tr
.uainted with the I;llliangutg of tit
Black Hiundred of imperial Itus si.
'an easily imagine tilh rest.
General Graves thlreupon ex.'
tressed the opiniotn that if Siberiit
,ore to be adequately represented ,It'
Prince's Island,.thost; group: of thi
Siberian populationr who considert i
the Kolchak goverinmentl illegally or
ganized, must 7Ie :llowedl to seni
delegates as well as the Kolhhall.
(raves Rlefue.s ..id t Pretender.
The chief of the A. E. F. had open
Cyes. lo refused to allow hi['; troop:
to do any fighting for Kolehalii 01
oven to bunt bolshevik, and kept the
m:\nlerican soldiers consistently in tihe
;ast if Siberia. Moreover, hle tlloughl
it was wrong to brand all thie dis
is lit.t I' td lolitical elements as hol
WVhieneve ' repo ".; ('autline i of pro
.jected imurders of real or alleged
holsheviki by Cossack freebnoteors
(Genlerl Graves sent Alrl'icean sot
diets to intercede in Itehalf of thle v\i
tirns. If executioi did take p1,e, a '
in lialbarovsk, it was in spite of lhi
illtervention of Amtelican troops.
Under these circmiinstances it wais
not surprising that Kolchak's press
agencies now began to speak of
President Wilson as a dreamer adti
a Ilopian. The fact is that Kolchak
had ceased to look to America foi
supilport in his autocralic anmbitionl
But he did not need it. He hadl thi
substantiiil co-operation of Engla;.l1
and of Japan and even of ldemocratic
I now asked a leading ..Zempstt.'
official what their course of action
would be if the denmolition of replreo;
seniative government in Sibert n
should proceed still further.
"It cannot proceed further," was
the disheartened reply. "'The piroce'
is complet. Our press is miuzzled.
We are sure to be mnurdered if w'.i
speak aloud. Perhaps you call thii.
of something? You Amlericans have'
Iplenty of leisure to think."
I was a little discomfited bIy thel
"You refer, of course, to our tplicy
of non-interference," I replied. "ili:t
you know perfectly well that it is iSio,
our business to interfere in kquiir
faniily querrels "
"No. Your,. business is simply .1.oI
sit iand witness the interesting spet.
tacle of an autoctracy being fastenctu
upon Siberia. And how we welcom dv!
your coming here! You rtemem
I remembered---the enthusiasmu itr
America and everything Americ l-
their eagerness to' ilmlitate our way..
and mlethods-- th.it dreanl of ci i
structing a United- States of Russia
cast inl the mold of the United Statte
i"So you think wei hoad better g,''t
out of here?"
"\'Well, the fact is,"' lie sail, "'lhat
left to themselves the Russian plegpti
could cope with, Kolchak very easily i
indeed. You knwq, they coped with
N Nicholas. But they can hardly st;,ri
,a row while their house is full of
guests. It wouldn't be polite.
\IMembers local union No.-65, 1. 1l.
E. W. Special or'di' of b1psiness
i Monday, July 21, to consider the
-Metal Trades agreement.
fi NICIiOLAS MARICK,
. Adv. Ree.-Se oy.
CORNELL HONORS FOUNDER
Statillt of Ezlra Cornell, founder of
Cornell university, unveiled during the
seillcenllnnllia exercises. ]-lerman A.
McNell of New York' was the sculptor
One Big Union
IIEPl! IMANDi1-D) STIU'l'IKEiRS.
Ottawa. July 15.--International
President Mahon reprimlanded the
striiing street railway eniployes and
ordered Ithem to return to work.
Ilow mlaiys times have you lunion
mlen and wolonc of MonItana elpetii
Ini ll the same treatment alleotrdled
lthe above-mentioned strool railway
C(o hack to work!" order the in
ter1nationall officers. "Yol dio nut
have our official sancltionl," "Your
s.trike is illegal," those iare Ihle cus
toilary telegrams that. t.he rank and
file receive from the official ezats
of the American Federation of Ln
bIor. See how they are side-stepping
and advising, now the One Big Union
is in the field.
The secretnry wiring the Silvclr
flow Trades and Labor to have noth- i
ting to do with the O. B. .. Why?
These defenders of the rights of
capital tremble at the thoughlt of the
workers utliting into one nighty
body. They know it woultl he theo
end of their autocratic power of their
only meal tickets.
They fear, as never biefore. Can
adat fromlll Toronto west has positively
swarmed into the O. It. U. and these
stalwart brothers of our class will
act as a protecting anid helpful
brother to yp.u workers of Montant.,
Away with any fear you :may have,
SThere is no reason. It is for theb
treaicherous l'hbpr' fgkir to frear.
Look at the solidarity thut .1e
lturolpean toilers are dlemonstratis i
On the 21st and 22ndl. of. this n onlii
Severy wheel of 'industry inll ril::;i.'
Pratlice, Italy, Demtinarli.. tw tt ut
a(d Norway will stop in defense 'of
their trot hors4 in Russia Hai t it r -,o t .
lithe bloody udesigns of imi,.rialist:,
and. yet the Atlantic City c".'dav:n'llotn ;
registered its olplositii0 !l it so\i' i
RItoussia. Can. yoi not see' 'their i:
Wlhen evely (ouniltry on '.iho giob.
1 is tnovitig towaird the solid ,l'iv of
the w"oi'king chiis and 'yt ;;. o -
Sficials of the American ledertitl oh l'
Iabor still schicmes to lceli us di
y ided in this country
Sure, there is somjlllhing wrong;
worse, something rottien. t i- i tie
' ourbons, .ltle eomperors, tlihe e:;'as
that have Iastellnedl themnlselvs 1po111
tihe labor lmo\etuict. land 1wh1o aIre to-1
*ay the greatest bulwarll\ oif ('e:iniil
isin. \When you irceive the :plle1'al;
of these fakirs ask them why they
a were not ;o thougltful for your ayel
r tare when you have been from time
e to time in bitter srutggles with the
Icompany and its off-spripg.
But let the. officialdom 'do as it:
..pleases, the O. 11. U. convelition was
an avowal of delegatecs froln all over
this state to stalnd firm until we haveil
a united workting class. This de
termination was not horli overnighlil
but was the outcome of years of bit
.r experience of cla:ss consciousi
The day is near when the O. B. 1'.
certificate will hang in many, lmany
union halls in this state as welt as
Washington and t.le Pacific coast,
iand then thel official pie cardtl b;o
Irayer will sing his last reprimand.
IN BUTTE CHURCHES
IL.nmm1iitlo Presilvt 'ian Sundl y
school, corner Gal1na and Gayloird.
--Services aIt 11 oi. hm iciihard
TregidgH , sulperitlendenl.
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2 doors below Rialto Theater 315 8. MAIN
VIL, NOT USE STEAM.
Despite the shortage of water for
power purposes the Milwaukee rail
road will notl have to revert to steam
locomotives as a means of continuing
its traffl'l, according to statements it
company officials. It was stated that
although +the supply of water for
pow'r purposes is dlwindling daily
the Milwaukee company does »ibt
contemnplate having to abandon its
4lectrit motor service.
It is a pleasure to give Thrift or
W\ar Savings stamps.
Orlder to hllow 17l-1te 14 hy Olrdler of
Sile of Real IEsalde Should Not
In the District Court of the Second
.lJudicial District of the State of
In the matter of the Estate of John
It. McClernan, Deceased.
Bertha K. McClernan, the adminis
tratrix of the estate of John It. Mc
Clernan, deceased, having tiled her
petition herein praying for an order
of sale of the real estate of the said
dlecedept for the purposes therein
It is therefore ordered by the
Judge of said Court that all persons
intterested in the estate of said dfe
ceased appear belore the said Dis
trict Court on Saturday, the 9th day
Of August, 191!9. at 10 o'elock inl the
forenoon of said dlay, at the court
room of said District Court atl the
courthouse in lthe County of Silver
Bow, to show cause why an ordl:r
should not 1he grantted to the saitl
administratrix to sell so much of the
real estate of the :,aid deceased as
shall be necessary.
And that a copy of this order he
published at least four successive
weeks in the lButte l)aily Bulletin,
a newspaper printed and published
in said Silver Bow County, State of
EDWIN M. LAMB.,
Dated July 10, 1919.
(First publication IJuly 1, 1913.1)
DANIELS & BIILBOA
Ui1dertakelts .and E nlaýlh)ere
125 Eist J.park Et., Butted 1 Ploe 383
Residence ePhIn.8e 4 17.l, -
Auto 'andL Carrla $ uinpmga it.,
Reliable ITynertak r and` E 9intW8t.
323 Nortlh, apMhyStrpqtT' ..,
Books Which. Deal
With the- g' in #a
"i lr.i. rselito's bolis't I t.ttete ig i aUse
of tIia views or labor's attitude toward thb
great world .problems of toduy,.. pit4iB
inotable for t.e clear-'sioned rv-iew.:of
thIe causes leading up to' tht) gr..lt . lte
tile scathing denunciation qaGa'man Im
perialisnm-he "gldrles ilii. te:, ,ru ltie of
(erlmapy as a silcere well-wisb~.ot. the
G.erman proletariat. :ri i :rRusttelrl' os not
dlesMpair of riussia-he was a inember of
tlie commisslon -that- went ther'e iIatt tht
Revolu.io.."--altisiore S.m. if0, 1.!10
SIX RD %)ts $ 1 1A"
She livet in Revo8Iltlonarue !'sfasa ag one
of the people ; she tnew ierensly;.: Lehlne
'lrotsky. and the women of the Battallid
of D)eathb: she attenped the Inno counelts
of the Sbvlet:; an hetis is a vivid aid sym
Idthbtlc presentation of Rusal..
"Miss Bfryant has, boundless faith in the
Revolution. She llresentyi its case clearly
and. r t;renaitlalcaliy.' --he Di i Ne, $2.00
Pr.,hdont 9 theo An 9qIetLab..
'This exosltlon Is of the nat*of a gos
pel of labor in its bearing upon sool atand
economic readjustment." -. t.Vbltttgton
The book contains Mr. Gompers' Ipipor
tant Wser speeches and Labor's offolal war
record. Including '.!1 the vital w4r ,mease
utes ant resolutlo.os of 'the Fldor.xln.
1V ZA ONi YA ZE Q&
ehloo s beneath the onter appearance
of things political and social.lr.tthe East
and writes of inner motives and .mw nlngs
in a frank fashion litely to 'iake politi.
cians in several so-called ctvllzei coun
tries feel uncomfortable."=-The 8$ta,:
BANNERS. B~6ette De.idd
itrreis fia spirit of chbilengi asd ?eVi$t,
calling old standards atil tfadittO"5° Into
qjuestion--proceeding f"e'Pleslly 10 a ew
i ells of though emotiBt. Thll.dT..t
Sis nowhere better shown than in. t
the title poemn.writtean in celebt he
tussianl ltevotutlon."--N'eW ror,.t ne.
O tOF E SHARi .. e
o' thisi 4,oo whl h tihrowr , such ; , nSpg
ing light oil Ghetto sweatshop lift. ahd
child laior. Lillianu Wald t eritoteet L t
be 'accepted as a social docltroseg ttrU.,
swending in value the volunmes .ths lt*
deilcally trained searlhers'fd6l 1*t' n
THE FIELDS OF THE F
"A source book of poverty." is w
Chicago Tribune calls this sel -
I of a servantt girl. It Is the.
WI andel'ings;'her'ekxpeltences a
:Is a s hveatlio ' wouises ' itnd ti
given just' 8s she wrpte it wisthoj
A hpmran document of sprfprlislhl
Orders for thesa bookie.
be taken at the ulidelnin l.