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THE NEW MEAT ORDINANCE.
TliE NEW MEAT ORDINANCE.
Nox h k tirtl'- I tire eanlmaitagH \w ria.ged Ily thc fllltelii rnIrl
bac(ked by tihe (cnrs Imeri." leage anlt the lrai sewives at flu,
eity-gl nerally, tlh( rileit edle·r oa tidlle w.ihi hiiaplen 1 llain
heel s.altilitol CIIhelal lthe Hian.o i llrsri ikiiig e ,i-ipai's mlihel
ilunl, miy Ieel toua.ially s.r re that lhe merit tar which they
-y is ,lean .mep f-h i I tri' irl Ip ll, i i ( 'r' Ii ,Ieased li ile aitl a miass at
slewed .oinsturngl'li.in perp]L..
'The f'c (iat thire Jl(.-lIJk' .") licll 'ri a long tiime iave heeri
clmin"'d ste erit infl !4irllllakillg til'l theu svsletmis mleat traitt
aiimal ir i hrn ly arflit"lr d toll b ' h llr iiie-t''rll.is that li.e sliate
llluii ili tielessar'\ 141 i'lultinstii tireni iltiliper' thetm iesttaycll.
is not a ila.sa.nt subiel-t at\h wh-inch il~'rito. [Thil lhere is ali o(ld
saying tI the efrecl that ',lol .,ioti. 411e :'1 rei' biy ('veriig'
it was a trude a.1vanloinag 14 thre cr sIllmers Ifl the eitv.,J~iI;
had fl-lt .ih faith in he Ihraise. "go.'erimeit inlspeilel." h
no,,W Itihl rmrrcrh I.1 tire g'l\erliimeiilt inlsiclel)l' tientt Irhe" rlllld
heent otliug ivrsfll, t,1lltti lise ise ..i ,ir.s, anid I rillon 1(II 11 Ii the mere
Iaet that sllmiethinig is aldvertiseli as inirinlg 11001 irrsieiteii il\
fed r'al ai i Ii i n ll m ' t l( ihe14 u Ill i .Iov (l t iarl i r.lllaIr atll Ia(
inspeiietii tll w'hiih ,\ve are t1 ile" roul.edl , ,,'hein raiked ihy r
ini' pidI hi titing Ill sar i f mat' irrer om14r liisea se I (((imraris is a
lep w\, rth ,vhril. All tial is rrelessar'y ei1 ,. is tIlr Ih.t hi lIse
wives5 lof11 it V i) iii adol i 11 poi( II wtchfuit llniitess in il tI iin
sist thit- lhe olfriciial, ria'r t lilarly thie (ie arlt llirlelid thI
siltv governel n tl tne illy Iperf n lheir <lullies.
The hlhrleliris tilli.y is lriltlilifiedly ' i ,rrgrrairist tIne sales 'of all
(iiscaserl moiell rirr lik~e\wise agairrst tire strrigirteritig Ill rliiiimts
inl surr]o.und~ings' ot rillh. \Ve hioll no heiPnl'or aly of1 Ihe ipnek.
jug (llmliltries. eitlrei IloritIl d ir erivise. wihose rpirrrter's are
ii i-ilitlltr\. 'hFe tl lelirr rieilher ill thioll'pist li1i' li1\\ [l1(4s OVer
ile 1ni (pllll loelr I ll " r ioyegis.latillhi ilitlel 41 imriirlv.,e thie lillilitlt
an( , irrrtit l I tf r1d 111 stI ts. illill \, ll \\. w i)e ilriv h(,eei 1i( 4 1 slill
ate Vig4N.ri.slV" 1111lll'( Ill fiII" irieasrrre S lu li1 as liO ltrigilina
'li l iiililtr 1ioni i hillt iitO lil l lelleti ild l tIll e t ilrr r utlr iil sr mlieill
w eolok. iifst. ag \ hi('h. ill i1. it s p' 'is ioIi, 1iili In d hillln l ovl'elr to Jill(e
imi ltls e l isi rel lilll lti r 1w tIre .hell hlto iHt rit .
As lhe tlirelt resrrt, ll otre Iilllliirs (rintipriigti rigaiirst tihe
rlirm ll litstic lrllii .illi.s Ill' tIe stlirghl'r lih llse iiltt. h
\'isilliis xe'ore strilkell. ..\As tll , ii' resur'. ll at' lrhe hlrlletini's ox
los.e IIr Ior iilllllI V h etil i\'hi tr I ihe Harr or i .il.li kirg e(p-iitllll$ ill
lire staiugli r t ao .al,' 1111,snill0 il t rr ul, In (, , 1 l 1mlliltliot t was
allricli0e i Ito t Ie lldill:iliul' aihiS llitylt " Iuallihiititg the srii Ille
suri(h miiollt ir ll riltte. fIrnrs l Ill' tIre Iligirlal ltll'\'isillti Ill tire
slarghler to nIl.lse llrlliranll e \\'hi4'ii llrp iltilalIy lilrlte li he r silo
'ilii le tirat r ll l ilirt 'rli I' h lills SI lting I ll nll i n lirr i llt l i
44t1ie the -iliiselr pitrlt- -a ll\'o isilltl wli'll \\Was jlolliiblilivO
lhure were sulstit.rteilll ir.\-i.illiis reqiirirg lirhe ,lilig' corn
firliiies It ilst.lill lliiteilt killi lIol rs 11r1il irirltllliringt' regI lihilnlis
itf aI st iltil ,y tinitrIO w\'hi 'r w ill iiirr i \vI' tll'e 4'tl' riilii055 41r II'e
lireat ill lIr s 4 ii1 I \'l'ii are \vitriili tIre lit"1i rs it, 1liV sm" itll
]pal(king" coilml illy,
Iti pai.silig it miigirt 1tll III' 111 ii011ilioln1'.l that I great hlll
-rtf lhe lredit 4r4tr he i lerlal t ti' ilt iiiqli til lus ill ii411IU rri eIt
'llir the heier it 411 Itire hig ri triil tiireri iitite iiiterll't , wilillh
slrgi t ti flr14 tl he Il il ' ( ullt..g.h. liili444111 girl l riei s
h tiitiillhiil tlhe .lrillii' t eni i1 g 141il l .Isiirg hIolum 's ils Il4 hiig
doh \ t'nit s'l i l.l les, \%li iil.4 1 dtii I t' In the' Iilll t liil s ex.oillsI' Il' that
MORE PROOF OF INCOMPETENCY.
"Increiase prodneiiliot l aui solve h lle high (e.s (l o living lºi',b
lem," says li'esidenlt \\ilo ll iin r e\ Ih llani l w 'rds!
"ln'rease prolductill!' (lhoes evet'y s;'lellite.
1work harider 111(1 c'reate illll'e 'cnlllm dliies ltlan ev\('et' be
F'ore, is the advice gi'ratllitiusly giveln thle w\\i'(kers by e'rve
raltle-brained eeom n nist h. I I (';l break into pt'ill.
" ouii Ilave iestroyed w\eiltlh aul li\ve I'm Iir iis 'r five ve;lrs.
11\V' gel. iu.y ll a 11 eou le 111m11 \'( wealth s1\ we (,all ,m ill qllarrel
over its divisionl.'' say the imperialist".
All agl'ee that there is a shortage of' supply;llV all have agreed
to lie alholit llte real iconditiions that exist" all have lagreed to
conceail the haut that there is ,llire tllhan euOghli .lio and 4lath
ing to go u11rolnd it it was etquitably distributled.
If this is nIot trne. Vwhy ile lthe variot s .I lmllrtllelolls If the,
govertntlent busily iengagedl in des~toying wielthl1 ill the shalite
of airplaites, ulotor trucks. allltoi hiles anl1 otiher nllterilli
that relpreselint the united labor low\\'er ' t lhousal ls t wi' \ 'orket's?
Henry llimrln ol' 13.21, North Minnesota avenue. Sioux Falls.(
Soutltl l)a.klnlt, sergeant of the flirstBl ass.. ir ser''vice. hais re
entlly eturnlled rOl rm overseas, \\whle lte llpersonailly aOsisled i
the destruelioll ll ll f i 'ore tho I 1,(It autilomibiilles, tlozeiis ,t'
airplanes, and scores (I4' ioto4 Itiucks, the iiajotity of ithet m
new or bllt littlelo ueld.
His stli'ory of he wa lon dI es- 'lt'n li io ill 1i arl ias fltlows:
ORDERS T) Iil1t:N.
' "Then ill January, 109), we egl lorders i hiurnl tIhe
planes oli oulr field. TihaIt seemed l at lead reasonable. fur
we couhil not uniiders.itland whyi they had g.une to so luuhi
trouble to ship them somrewhliere else 1o lie burned \\liel
We could (io tlie woirk Ihere just as well. The \wings we
piled with the planies, putting usually\- l; 1i 15 planes in a
Spile, and it imade quite a stack. Then we applied oil lib
ecally and tltei, it towrh. They made some honfirie I'll say.
..'Tihese p)larne.s were all Americani owned anIl we haid
plenltv ow' etquiliiltnt right there o e Vcotldl hatve repaiired
Ihemn on the Ispit if' anytihing was really wroittg witlh thelm.
Ml(TOI C1ARS DEM-OLISHEI).
Buit it was. the destruction of the motor atrs tlhat
kind of (got ite. A\ ellow felt sort o)f uneasy , Il i\te
It delibeirately wreekl a perfectly good miit ir .ilt
when he hadt a. hankering for one himself', hitl \we
were nliot alltowedl to buy them, even if we cottltl hItve
raisedl the catsh.
"I hnid charge of gangs of 25 men each antd Iw\\v
ctnilpanlies II' a little over 200 men all told were en
gagedl in the wo\rk. \\e took the chassis of lhe cart'
and (ttl itl it) with acetylene torches and theni if we
t,ltl iianille it we destiroyed the motors. ()nly the
iires w\\ere sold. S-ine of thle cars were almonst nrew
anil maity iof them had run but little. Handsome lim
ouisities thlat shtowedt by their speedometers that they
inil made uilt about 3,000 miles, W\'intons and (l:oles,
wxe had It, \\rec.k. II made me sick all over. nild(i I w\\as
inotl the ionly b)yt wtho felt that way.
"Capltaiin illtolln of the signal corps gave me imy in
stlriitiois, aitd hie usually got them from Colonel lelgnan.
Of' c(turse, I never lea ried wvhere he got Ihemll frI'oi. WE
1)I NO(T IAlIIIE ASK.
"We \\'er'e told that at Romorantlin American offi
c(rs were given the option of buying inew (:atlilla:c
ears for' $50)0) apiece, the government to Iranispltl
them homrne, )1ut the ,officers had to sign an agree
nlett lhal lthiey were f'or ltheir own use.
"In all I (,t up or assisted in culling up over 1,001.)
ear's. AfteIr te I( work got started w\e thought tof lots
iof Americans at home who would be willing Ito huy
those cari's. I got in taking' the numbers of the cars
I lestroiyed. I madn e two lists. I figured that sotiite
linie Ihey miglil c(.me iil handy.
[ITi[liEl) ()F ' BII'I)NGINGS.
'I ust tbefore leavintg FIrance, at. the 'delousing' statlion.
Ihey gave me the otice i)vepr and took everything they
iottiug.ht I sihotltl not have. TIIIEY GOT MY fiIG LIST,
til I rolnghl the smaller list home and have it, here if
ii \\ill do any godt. Some of the boys w\ere able to 'shoot'
slliltshllts itI' the bo nfires of pIlanes or the ('lling i ) ti of
motorl' cals, liIt I did noti get any.
''Witlih inilor Iitrliks it was the same way. We
saw\,' many oif Ihem as well as Ithe ears runniing riighlt
iefl'ire we destro'tyedl them. In fact, I have wuished
the slarlet' (ion swome wof the cars and ran them a.roitndi
a hit hbefore we bustedi tlhen, to make sure they coiild
-- ' 't ll.
II isW'iultle itnctidlents like hIe above that priove lihe sickening
lypocrlisy tlf' as'es 'fori' slalesmrIausthi in the Ipreslent iorder
exiposie offeri e ..sulre of' the mlost.l srtli ng iincompieteloy;
failurie tell r Ifaiii e ij .provite s(ciety wih Ithe niee s ' ihe
miouent is a.waketingl. ,,worikers to the knowlege tlhat it is
upon themniselves thal thlie ltfi.en dt' bringinlg ai s.mrblance of
wiloer (oit of the existing (clhitaowisP.T
Not ia daly ipasses that does tot hrl.-a-adde liprool' in supporlt
nI' Ite indictminent against capitalism, bituT-e rulers will inotil
almit their' i hility it siupply thlie needts of th~j'iiasses.
II remains for 0the mass Ip b)ing this lklowW ,l. hole Io
tiheu ai nd coi ' i\ii"e thni Ih l Ithey are a liag 4-)l f rllr . g
___ __ __ _ _ ,'
THE CASE AGAINST MEXICO.
Tle I'press agents ofi the initeres.s, that seek li ra.e Mexicoi
niliiilun'C \\w'ilh we\'lCll-sin llltedl horror that 3f!)( A\llericansl have
teeii killted in lexico inl nine years.
Why go hlrIk only iine years? VWhy not start wilh the mnas
ire of the native .\nieri'alls 1. (iitlez iii thie 'il'lenith eon
lil' ? It w\\iitl hal\ve j st about as 111ii(ih earing n'i the cailSe
;1.l the li 1 ie i lmale iminch longer.
Tlie're is slight inciionsisteincyi in this style of propagandiiila
lhatl we believe should he called ito ([the allelioil of these earn
est w'orlke's lfor w'ar wvitih Mexico: it is this. When a foreignlier
eoiles toi this colltry it eiarn his livlihoodl either by hoinest
lil ori' hby engaging iii a business thall p)ermiiits him to exploit
Ani\(rica.n lablr, lihe is explecled I. he.bine a (itizen and ftor
sV\\'i ai' illopiain e ilto his formelr rul'er.
p'ersoniiiially. 'we haive niev\'ei' beei .able I ii lilderstaid why this
code of c tiis should 4I1i work hloh I whys: in other words.
wlheni an Aieriicaii goes inito Mexiico willi he initentiion of ic
lliiiliring proiperly iand exploiting native iali.r, we see Iino reason
why lie should il bl hl(iiiime a citizen of Illil irepublic.
lThlie excuse is givenii by snie that thure is a feeling of enmity
lo\\ward Alimericauns in .Mexici, bit Iisl(, \\lse wI make thliis excuse
are tleliberalely iiisrepireserlting the 'tac.s: it is true that there
is a f'eeliing gIo' hostilityiv ltoiwardil somie Ameriiins in the southern
republichi, hil the same tfeelinig exists ill this coniilry againistI
lihe salie initlividlu ls, or rallier against the same iiiterests.
Thle Mexican lahborer, iulluler the rle tof the tyrant IDiaz, was
lloppressedl by the representatives i' .\Anerien capital ill the
miist ibrilal manniiiier;i lthe s.name gr'i . tlihe Standarild Oil, the
tiggeui Illins, the great laindhoilers like HIearst and Genierall
(ilis. the iopliper T'rusli, also oppreli'ss tlihe Amiiierican worker.
\\'hlllevei r ihostile feeliing there is iii Mexico is directed
iigaiiins the methods of American capital andi not against the
Alieriaii people: the barbarollus iiil tiriutal trealment of Mexi
an liabor, the hollinlg o the workers ill virtual slavery Iiuring
the irule tof' Iiiaz ly Amlerie n icorpora.iitiols, is solely responliiisible
lfori' aii tiin lity that exists.
Fliurtierloiire. the Mexican government htias decided to ac
jullire forl the Mexican l lep i le the naiilral resources that Alier
i(an corporiiiali.iis securedi by theftl iit bribery from Mexi. oýi:
These resources Iamy he leased to those who wish to develop
Ilhem, buii t itihey will niil be sl, aiilnd a certaini portion tof' the
'procee s ili.st lie paid intil the publ l Ic treasury.
f' corse. fiomi the 'iewpoliiit o' the English and American
calitalisl, this is a heinous crinie: lMexico and the Mexican peo
ple have no right to say how\ the tu aall wealth of their cioun
itry shall lie disipoised of.
Tihe T i'ieiie of Mexico consists of lyinlig lto keep thile lialuliral
w\eallh of M\lexico ill the aiils tof her peoptle; in trying Ito see
liit aill ililead of a' choiisiu tev' proi'til by the lev'elopment ofil '
11 is ibicauise of this l i.id for no t liher reason that Ilhe im
l i'i'iali-lt are yelling for war Ion Mlexico', and it is to force a
t <1)inai linii iof \VIIr that a li anii ofiii ' pr i.ileanida is uin iniiled
1at . ii, i'lno iii.s exlieluse in \' shiltii . ,,iu ii, II. G., to tell Ius, liuii. .g
iolthi'r thIliings, thal alal.st as maly Aiil'erica. .s have hbeen killed
in .\l. .exico illn niinie yers as were killedt iin one w'eeki ini A\lerica
illlf during i ie re'enit race riots.
Soii e few lawyers auil juigt' are bi'giuuiiig tlio realize thati
the kilin of' law that is being 'i'\.,.d thlse iays' is likely Ito de
"'truy thair Ici'le.
The l iitlilig iIsltion -- is it iheaper to go southi i sipelull the]
W'iilder or u conal I antl hi hla le?
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G OOD NIGHT :
ATRE NUCKER "
If you want t(
know anything, ash'
the Mucker. If yot,
don't know any
thing, ask t h (
Mucker. If you c
know anything you
know the Mucket
don't know, tell it
to the Ipublic
through thle Muck
Deer Mocker: "os.en in your pa
per a few days ac:i. T'lit Jim is still il
at his old tricks. Too Ta.dl I am not
there to see Him and i thl. i could
talk him into the notion of Ctitting c
scabbing, as I know he is awful ti.* I
of it bhy this time as he has beer t
l pretly good this last tew yearns but
i think the reason of it is there hals
been too mnuch of this P. C. O. A. t
to t hink about scabbing. If i'm not.
Imistaken, it was about 12 years ago t
when Jim took a. engineer's job on t
the hill, then about 2 year ago he ,
Stried to make a blacksmithi out of
hisself and not being satisfied he
wanted to have the workingmen of
Silver Bow county make a. Shariff
out of him and i think lie had about
R.gaggl·I gallUllllnlalu .uugg llluIggggggalglgagllIaaguhllPln IIIRl aullMRlM
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I AI THE BULLETIN STAFF. 1
I FUHUlauH*EIURiiinIuuuuWaI.umM *auummmaummunamhia IEWEiUia mhmanaiu***l**
207 friends after the votes was
counted. Now i understand he is
trying to sharpen 207 drills a shift
at the Davis-Daly and the miners
say lie is the best all-around man
that Mister Greesely has got in his
I heerd Jim had a fine patch of
potatoes in his garden and when
he looked in the middle of the roes
-. few nights ago he discovered the
ittle ones had got scahb on them but
he big ones said ''"nlthin' doing,
ve belong to the Metal Trades."
When I gel back in Butte I will call
m old friend Jim and get one of
hose drill bits and have it framed
ind pillut a P. C. O. A. uiltto on it withl
s O. II. U. red ribbon and put it in
Viort IDonohue's office and when
Malcom Gillis goes in the buffett of
he silver bow club he will say "Too
tad Jim went wrong: I don't like
to see him and Mort in that O. B. U."
Good by, mister mucker, i will
write Jim and ask him to send Jme
some of those big potatoes.
JIM'S OID PAL.
SThe first hand that touched our
American Rock of Ages, the boulder
that we call "Plymouth Rock," was
the hand of a woman, on Dec. 25.
1620. Well-grounded ticadition has
it that upon the little Mayflour, nr"ar
ing the shores of Plymoutth, after
its fearful voyage, the first of its
stormn-wreckled compinli y to leap
ashore were Miles Standish and 'lris
cilla Mullints, tea (uritatn maiden.
During the appalling hardships of
the transit a maiden's love and failh
a.4 bIurnied undi mmed, cheering
o0'itrs in despair. Significant indeed
that'-.ler trembling hand grasped,
first. f, f, rock of America's great fu
ture. Slio as been further immor
talized by -£ 'fellow in his "Court
ship of Miles 1uTdish."
Bulletin W"'*nt Ads Get
Result. Phot. 52.
i Today's Anniversary. I
O -------- -'
"The ingratitude of princes" has
become a by-word in pure language.
A great natirist has said that "gral i
Iude" is thankfulness for favors to
come. Ingratitude is base jealousy
of the power to bestow blessings-
without which their recipient would
have perished. The vilest ingrati
tude in history is commemorated to
day, Sept. 2. Columbus set sail from
Hispaniola, on Sept 2, 1504, for
Spain, his final leave of the country
which he had discovered, a discov
ery that had been to him a. source of
un tllltera ile vexation and the mean
est ingratitude. Mere-court favor had
turned against him in Spain. Hiis sons
had been greeted by jeers. Bobadilla
had been appointed, by Isabella her
self, governor of Hispaniola. He put
Columbus in irons, and shipped him
to Spain. The great discoverer in
sisted on wearing these chains in
Spain until they were removed by
royal order. But he kept them al
ways hanging in -his cabinet as "the
mlemnorial of the reward of service,"
s.aid hle. But the soul of Columbus
knew that the joy was not in the
fiame, nor in the soul--but in the
joy of doing the great deed!
OD11) IFEILOWS PIC'NI'.
Members of the Butte lodges of
Odd Fellows and Daughters of Re
behah, to the number of more than
700, visited Blsin yesterday, the oc
casion bieing the annulllll oltillg of the
lodges. All interesting lard of ath
lel.ie events was staged during the
in a raid s dta.ed oil :t home of Har'
vard street Mlondaty tnight, Special
Officers Be:ia and Duggan capturted
two stills, three kegs of moonshilne
whisky and a barrel of homne-made
beer. Complaints were filed against
Ihe owners of the liquors and equip
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
Tr.,Ilt in -odv rtiý:ra