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Page Two. T HE BU
BAIL S WANTED
WITHOUT T71 FOR M1
W------ -- WHMEN IO ARE IJ L
lHundreds of workers are literally rotting in the jails of this o.,uiitry
because of their activiy ' in the cause of Lutbur. "1;:'i. oft these vlitim
of the world-wide class war are aw'waiiig trial--r,,i anve bee[ wtaiii)lg
f ir tiaiy \\ 1t 1r 1 m itlis fr the speeeldy trial gui n them bty the
rt i (,, un d tle ,', (,,,ttl-nutsil llitotn (Utl-ers wer(.e 'o ied ant[ sentenced t(, terms
'ai .'giu'g r'l (ill(1 It t1wei' ty yeal's dlll'ilig lthe te.'1': of wai' liysteria,
.'iid atlptealt in their eases are (now being takein fr.il k ing Capital drunk
to Kin Capital s iber.
bhave lc, ltled uwih ei('ule.sis iell ot.her alls,,I d iis('ases, nii.d all are
sufl'erilng uni ll a..onty f'ro< .l cl: e co l'. inetle llnt inf t ih l d abt ,sllhere,
fro)nm in):un)itary nltil uinh(,altlhy surroi(ul lin)gs.-, from t,,,,,r' and inslurl'uicieint.
tfood, mll h, m inss mi' ilii Itrcie'renti a,'i rded th( l n ii lirut liz l ied g taris.
Pasl atle s tI t I, 1 o aiture b il le all of these w,'lrs in jll hail e not
been altenlded with greate slneces becaus of 1 linto i i k of slyste . [n -
dividuals mu ht I.t) secure euil for their person It 'rise ds, and faluing to
gel the ne,,essar<y onlotfllt they retul'red, whil[ hai ih t el collected, llts
makini g teli'.ir eltire eut a rts i ri i ilie.s:. This was tti,, m c ,. ditilt faiceingi the
lhh'ullet s i'rm aill Ihie vesteri distrit! orianiait i oi s of i the t !u slt'ial
SIret I i tl e \\i i l 'when iL y tt in t (l July V an0 111 i
Seattle. Il ' Ill ' (it-l('i- e l its solved rithe llrol erl ct y a i ii n ai iling tc eans l--
i.Grgan izatlil, .
A i:tils mr lil Commi~ e a lec.td to systeiinil(iz.e the work of
collectliii ig hatil rini n atl liou -w\ l e drivei h l is been i i ii'led to secure the
loiil of 1 ish, arid, ) ilv I ii41111a l I. l ,ro lert! sll'icio lt lie gcailn t i release
of all ('lass war ' li'is 1 1i s. \i ilh l ira ti(all n - a .ia i i silg a ix Thon -
san d Ililara r.i i' aishedu in it' firsat five iys. More , l Ilan Til wo Ill -
dred ".honsnd r lilars ille neede tL release th ' now being held I'or
Iheir Li.ln Iotiv iiv.
Suls of Fivt- li,,lu's and till aire pie ( coled as, loyal-., and all cash, Lib
er irv , .ildis or larti Sl I.s la ulate l ill riilia. I l clicite ie opiy i going to the
fperson making the iii'ial, another r being tarelained by the Balil a a lindll
Coe unititee, a dii I io hirld heinii g tiled with the Trai ie iulion .Saviin s
ani illti rstliti ll of S-ealth , it whll ho l funi' i , Etbonds tll pl' rop
erty s(,iedules will be bankted.
()illy those who have been proved loyal and trustworthy are being
seat o)i! -s (niled(or's. Everythinlg possible has hton done to safoguard
this bail i bovnd d fund r the si!oi i tioil of the. o-litttee toi r the.
choice o f' the tai k. A lportion of tii he fl i is hloinit set, anside Io reurni
-s an itsrr deal ald in case persons wthin inthle fait thets iiee forced to
leaive e ll r !lilry ir have (lh(ir reas s ifor alit kin ii wi ilhdrawtal.
1icil will ie lsc, Io r-l iasi s tlecil'iel 1perso ns whi re that is desired.
bilt ,tlh r 'ise the release will ik e i l wce biy a tiito d r .wig:' of inmes,
hll-s i ri ir ,:. 'airnless to n] l risonelrs. .y common consent tte men
i1 \Vi"hita., Kl, sas. jali il will first be release( [, as laey have been heli
h('l 1,,:.,('-I 1i Inil iindilioniis 1.e ,.viii'se th ,re Ilthlan Ianyw'her'e else it
the enlline c(itu li"y. TIhis hail Ins nearly ill heoe sllscribed. -l1 .lie .
mtl- will ,, n iit.'!,' .'redi!ed co, lv.lors when rele(ased. aninI their spertly
release will help to set others ni liberty.
,,.No lel '"es` iy" exi;ts for' ur g ie('It. Your duty is clear. If yoIf' ei ars
are not l' t a t'll I'rom yvu ' ('liss. if yoyu fol !Stt. A.n injiIt'y to one .
isfl io n ury to all. if there burns within you the fai!ilest stari, of hlumial i
itV. v;'ti V, will s (' thn;! Ilhe men 114 nol eot ' ,m i lli!inl the barrs an IIn1
le(essary mn inluite h,''ilrise yol willhheld your silltot,
APE YOU W.LLING TO LOAN YOUR DOLLA: ,±S TO THEMVI?
',. .:enrI al" e!',c chle and bonds to John L. Enodah!, Secretary of !Bail
Soleand ,,".',,". '., om e.' `. n, - :o ), Ballwrd Station, Sv,-.;tle .
recr' .cho o1, sheuld be filed with At,torn.ey Ralph S. Pierce,
Ou,- Of'fire, 3' N. Wyoming St., A. 8. fnreeri'C, Cond and Sabi
a, m.m, navaae,,:':ad,,r.;r.<c.,:,4=..,.a '. .o";,.
vc i eorats
$I ct o $i. 0
The Finest Union Su is
on Earth - Coope r's,
Vilson's. Lorenz and
65 E. Park St.
The Finest In Butte
MAX VITT, Proprietor.
205 W. Park-135 S. Main
1f ,I' a nd ¼nt, fi. It j t e to
Order Here In the Shop
LAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
!(',lrtinul") fromt 1's104 One.)
hiLvw hy d:uth; no childhtcn; 'very
.'-Wd 111 11)1 ' ",i',h to ItOf eR O'll'
S I ll I 1 :IlIi l ml e , 11t i ti ' '
111 'I. 1: '1) i14 c' :''!. > ' b il nly tstcal t'
,, V, P it r!i+ I. t 'it 1 11t l I't I '
I > 11:. " : ,1 1 :1; ',tt11 t'11 iI , I '
,' I ,tt ' E t . eti i" e11, ill lit l i ii1
'.,i " to.' :, lit'e offi eIr, a ,whlo i n:
'a rchie ot WO i'11. lmted h y1111 t P '' t
u.o Ih I ' ' 1.hu t .ce het offr'
( rI n'h:. of oIy Bt a
.Alto"'1 " !i"''d htl 011variil 1i1
I:itl t t; i tOct. I a ic A S it i t!h '
ttd Itehiti' ' f 1" ' otleahe o tt's r
ar1, d th w n,:'ve i alkest l by the w ort
lcttogd of lt': ' d ' it'lto itot catch hl
\,holl a re ltsl o, howevelr, ('aip
ii ' O'l)the C i I ind ',inl r Prinit I'
'iet' dt il I 44r44 a l hin e r n d -
s oritd trip to tl lia bote on Excelqsioi
tr'cl r'tsultted in the w\olna 's rap.
\Vhen inh oriied of her arrest. M\ .
Do Snell took thIl matter coolly, ae
tording to tho officers. and, walkinl.
to a sideboard. poured oit it "stiff
:1rink" of whi. key, which she drank
with evident relish. The officers as
.orted tho whllan failed to offer
hel any of ft1' liquor.
An atteiilt lII thwe rt , lxtrtaditioni
hr having .lr:s 1)e S11ill dt ehlarrd in
tnt failed \\w+el the woman protest
:' that the tllunit.y proceedings wer"
Sleginhered by h1''r htusbaid in an ef
: Ht ollun ot ffi' er froni Portland 4
rill1d ;'t llln aftil' d tail d 1)1 ser 'ured
wody of .l11" 1o Snell. whom \ ! hp
!;(I% to !Porthiul1. It is expected that
Officers (!,'!)111n( itll anh \Villiah ms will
I )'" utl t d to III tlitlld to tI ltify
': ,0IhS [ MEET i
]illiu..m, Oct. 21.--Odd Teoll: '
and Holbk.h= to the nlumber of mnor
.:an 1 It,,!l are, i.' l'i.llilngs ill att 1)d
, .It d1,' o f:::! !, J f tih ordl'r
Mooting= of tih. d,;: rtmnent council
the Kn !ghts ::": Ladies Milita:+t
,,re held last e1v..,ig1
N. Y. HOODLUMS
(Continued ,'rom Page One.)
"In hl i aor1111dl1 the A merica
Ogionl tlit lhi, opera i would not b
i'! il le intil Ie' e had bee
- i ,ed. The I giona.ire.s had prt.
.'1ted : atginr t tilh, ' rentation of th
I tea both becnusto', of its tGerma
iii and b r-e 1tos it was io te sun
('tlll.iuni'd FroIm Page Olne. )
.,'!'' ilnl ,,;1 d lo I cunftO renl c' Wit
the hand. of the four big r'ill'oa
,rothilrhcOods in atltendance0 at th
.ltriel rnnftrtence. It is lundet
too0l hit will ask the assistance o
hr trottlherhoods. The four chief
rl'usedll to discuss the matter wit
rt!'port1ers, butll it is understood tha
it will be useless for Fitzpatrick t
tsi:; thcla fr a sytmptathetic walkou
by raiill'oad worktlrs.
ariheo'rs,' i ion.
It) liel'' ( 44l li4i44).
lliatrlh',ii;la il h! Stauc e Emplov';..
(:lectr ic:'l o1ri'1ters, No. 03.
11'orki'liItrl(e t'ns union.
'' i ilors' inio lin.
Wood, Wiire and( M.t i! Latherls.
Lamlitlry Worker.' union.
5 ement typcs 111uion.
lh:ihlintg Laboreri, and Ilod
S vicitn.l' union.llil .
')d Couleeh'4 Miliners, No. "20t20.
,:4l (Coulee Milliers', No. 3907.
44e4t Metal Workers, Great
team4 and441 Electrical Engineers,
'l e'ow.ton Tl'rlades and Labnor,
'- intiohi, Iillinu ,s.
i 4-other of lIy. ('armen, Milles
I4444inist544' lunion, Livingston.
" ntý il llt its' lnin llings.
The Story of the
II. Adventures \\ ith IHu'leion.
Many and vari have been the
adventures of the rice people's dail.
les with the difi,.' :et thought-sup
pressors during the w.,r. The tactic:
followed by the ,t;-it fice have no'
always seemed troi i11 accord witl
any logic. Thuis tli fiery utie Biul
letin had it, second c!t ss privilege;
withdrawn, but r ItritlyI got then
back through courtlli 'i.lOll while th
Milwaukee Leader anlt he New Yor)
Call, whose g (nerai lition was dis
tinctly less inflamnatory than th
tBulletin. are still under lhe displeas
lre of the po:'tolffice.
The two socialist dailies were the
lh'ef sufferors, anltd the npaper moes
I everely treated sIf ail w.:ls the Mi!
Heavy jonve, ILos.tse's,
"We lost over i:i00,000 ithlrong
Burleson, said ('liar!'s IFrvin. edito
of the New York ('all. "As soon a'
he had removed ourll' secontd clas
mailing privilege:., takiltg away fron
us all our oult o' lIown circulation
the American News compallnlly tool
rIllirleson's action as tii exeusie tc
refusing to handle our liapers insid
thle city. This (tcomptIny haid a 1mo
nolpoly of distriluition (,f prlacticall
all tlie papers of Now ,ork. 11 haln
dies twenty dailies and liathe exI)m-'
for each of thllm is comparatively
"We had to organiei at once on
own method of dlitsrilbution. Th.
icost of getting our ipaperi' to he lper(
ple went up 500 per cent. We puI
the price of the ipaplir' upl ti, 3 cent
anid the rest was met(I by contr'ibn
lionsl, mostly in snlail amounts ll oft $
"Last September weuV were aos!e
down and out. 'We sent out a cal
for help, and for a solid week a silen
ain'ny of men and womllen tralimped u!
our stair to bring thlie contribultion.i'
:o that their paper should not perish
"'A cmpaigln of terrorism waI
started by so-called patriots against
Ithe slandkeepers who handed the
('all. The boys used to keep our pa
pers hiddgn and only bring them ou:
to sell to 1the folks they knew. Na
turally this was hardly good for ci:
Attacks by Iliott('',:.
Last May .Day the Call was at
tacked by gangs of rioters, molstly
deluded soldier boys egged on by in
Lerests in New York city. The Call
in the face of all its difficulties, had
raised $135,000i in orde"r to own it,
own building and machinery.
A celebrationl was hold in May
l)ay in the new building, to celebrate
the taking over of tlie title. Thi'
was the mneetinlg chlosn for attack
Men and women were brutally beat
en, thrown out (of wi!lndow,, andl oltne
woimaln on the staff was blind foi
some time as a result of the nervot.
"'They expected to smollh all our'
nluchinery," said I.r. Ervin, "lIut
fo'rtulnately the Ibullildling was cont
ipletely empty and we suffered no
loss to to the paper front the raid."
The' Ioinesonrlest I'aper'!
I shall always remember tile Mil
waukee Leader as the lonesomlest
Spaper 1 visited on my trip east. Not
!'content with depriving them of the
secondt class mailing privilege, tle(
were forbidden to receive any mail ait
all through the postoffice. Mrs. Vic
tor Berger. who is pouring her thln
linto t1t1 Paper, of which her husband
i: editort, told ume sonmithing of what
ti at ll alln s.
"A check for $1,000 and anothei
for $1.400. mailed to us by adver
risers, were returned ilarlked 'Mai
to this address indeliverable ulndder
tlis' esplionage act,' " she said. "Al
u11r incoming checks and suhbscrip
scriptions were simply shut off in a
day. We were never told why: wt
were never even notified that it was
going to happllen. The first. we kneit
WIts when011 our1 friends cane in and(
showedtl Ils the returned envetlo'es..
"Iefore thel war we lad corler:
liondents in Australia, England, Bel
Killn 1i, D ull irik., France. GermlanS
and Ilaly. They sent us weekly let
lrs. All these stopped at once. Wet
!d julIt sent out checks for' $300t
worth) of sllhscripttins to var'ious ex
c('hiiges. A.ll these ceased colling
We lost at once all oullr foreign
Idlvtrtisinlg, fr'tmn firml s outside the
city. This illloT lnted to $ 0).0(10tlt a
yo( '. \'e lost Oulr ollt of tolwn slib
':cripltiofns. In all. we lost solmV!
$400,(100 ltHgurin the two year.s---all
Sfille itl'sed bIy the will tof one
V"\ wert. however, allowted to
11: il hI Leatder by paying a clIt a
(11copy p( stuge. So we got oiit ii wirk
ly knlown as the Comnlo wealth, tto
wral'p''d 44.lt0 copies individioally
t:all took tihiI to10 the p)Ost:ffiCt, paiid
i\\"-'(:-; fr C II respotllse f'uoat our C 1oo
Ip!. Nolthinllg cale; we wnll to thi'
i'ostofficco 'W\ e'r e not i g'oing t 0 se nld
11h11t stu1ff,' reimarked the fficials
''The': had said nothing whatever
to Ics: they hiad ta1k1n oulr m1on1 y n'111
it was a Iihardl fight to get it Ill':l.
l tli wr- i l.i otilt aIll the o'st of' tile
printillng and wrapping.
"We'V stpont muiich time nlld mnoney
'cw1l:(; whore we could got loyal so
Hiulists: to di .stribute the Pa t,'r . '['hen: !
hi( i1t stoffici : notified tii l' xllries:i
(' :in'lit is's rtrI to handle tht tuille s
Ill' i ,ila uat ls Ter moliz ,lOd. i
"lt' ' i r'lor to collect the dloltit" 111 11?
i::.. aind orhers, giving lIht Ill - h
'I's lf ldivid als (I tlo whliim they
iciut send mail. Thaoese intl vid al.
l.th sl arIlO (tdtd and takel beforein
'Ihlld the doparltrln C o f jjstice t h' invfi'
't''d as ye. why their Cltail had solr
il e at ld. ln nt y is. t d t t
',v witrict agents dlileit ii- rulbd
' '"ilt,,,ks fo r the Lead'er Vt-e?' WIr'
Ilrrized, as weredays alsgo, nertly a 'llCillar
rar.Iize.d, a's were also ien~i (ollectinlg
IRISH BUREAU IS!
Headquarters for Dissemi
nation of News of Erin's
Cause Grows Rapidly Into
1Washington, D. C., Oct. 21.---Of
'icial Washington has been watching
rith close interest the growth of
he Irish national bureau, an organ-
zation which sprang up here almost'
verrnight a few weeks ago, and
which has expanded so rapidly that.
,'ew persons realize its present niag
The Irish national bureau has;
been called the official mouthpiece:
if 20,000,000 Americans---for that
number of American citizens have;
the blood of Erin in their veins and
he national aspirations of the Irish;
-teople at heart. Standing squarelyx
cack of it is the whole force of the'
F'riends of Irish Freedom and allied
ccieties, headed by that striking
igure. Justice I)aniel F. Ciohalan oft
the New York surrogate court, and
lirected by a uational council nP
:itizens from every state. Though
ente.red in the New York offices of
.iarmuand Lynch, national secretary,
hlie organization's ramifications many
)e found in the most obscure haml
ets in the land.
When the Irish national bureau
irst opened limited quarters here in
he Munsey building. Washington
vondered what it was all about.
'What's the idea?" was the question
:skt (d a dozen times on Capitol Hill.
One local newspaper announced
hat "another propaganda agency"
tad opened its campaigin.
This assertion was at once on11
radicted by Daniel T. O'Connell.
sho is director of the new organiza-i
"The Irish national bureau." said
te. "is not a propaganda organiza-I
ion. Propaganda, as America now
"egards it., is an insidious thing. in
t'lving su btle underground work.
it is the warping of people's saner
udgments by carefully prepared
toison administered in small and
ugar-coa;ted doses. You can say for
ise that the Irish national bureau is
tot here for this purpose. Its work
,ill he done openly. Its function is
to supply needed information bear
ing upon the Irish situation and the
topes and plans of the great mass
of American citizens of Irish blood."'
That was eight weeks ago.
Since then the Irish national
bureau ihas had a phenomenal
;rowth. From one office it has
mnread ocut through a roolmy suite
nore than a quarter-floor in the big
money for defense of the five social
ists on trial in Chicago. Bank cre
dit was tlhreatened, and every other
variety of petty persecution wae
adopted. But the Leader is still
coilng out. with about 4(1,000 cir
A Paper That Showed Fight.
The Butte Bulletin was also arbi
trarily deprived of its second class
mailing privilege, but the Bulletin
showed fight. There happens, to be
a good judge in Montana, one of the
few judges who still stands by the
old American liberties. He granted
themn an injunction against the post
office, requiring the postal authori
ties to show cause for their action.
Before the case came up for hearing.
the mailing privileges were returned.
Tr'ouble With Petty I'ostmlanters.
"We had no trouble with Burle
son," said Mr. Gaston of the Nonpar
lisan dailies. "But individual post
tmasiers in little towns would decide
that they didn't like the looks of
our paperl': and would chuck a few
iohundred copies in the waste baskets.
"As soon as we got on their track
through complaints of subscribers,
we notified Washington. In ordi
uary times, a breach of duty like
i that would mean the removal of the
postmaster. But in our case we
were glad enough to have the post
master notified not to let it happen
The Union Record, like the Non
partisan press, had no difficulties
with the postoffice authorities at
Washington, but had the experience
of being thrown in the waste basket
by small local postmasters, and ec
pecially by the receivers of mail in
logging camps. Men who did this
iwore. of course, interfering with the
IFniteid States mails, which is sup
Sposed to be a serious offense, but the
postal authorities did not prosecute.
Patriotism is an excuse which covers
a large ainmount of law-breaking.
l'niorrolw: "Strength and Future
Notice to Advertisers
Beginning Nov. 1, 1919, the advertising rates of the
Butte Daily Bulletin will be Increased about 40 per cent.
Eoginning today no new contracts will be entered into
at the old rate.
The new rates are not elastic.
The new rate cards will be ready Oct. 25.
Advertising men will be received at the office between
the hours of 9:30 and 11:30 A. M.
The new rates are not only justified, but a considerably
higher rate would be in accord with the actual paid-up
subscription list of the Bulletin, WHICH CAN BE SHOWN
TO BE MUCH LARGER THAN THAT OF ANY OTHER
DAILY PAPER PUBLISHED IN THE STATE OF MON
WE PATRONIZE THOSE WHO PATRONIZE US,
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.
N. CHULOS, PROP. 115 E. PARK ST..
DANCING Every Tuesday
D ANCING,,.,.......,.. Nignt
625 E. Galena St.
YOUNGI' JAZZ-E:R-UP ORCHESTRA
Admission 500 Ladies Free
iloorsti ltunscy struleture. I. itiltitt
with busy work< rs fromt early morn
ing until early imorning again. The
midnight bells fail to drive its work
ers to their beds.
And today \'Washlington is begin
ning to realize the magnitude of the
work the bureau is doing to keepe
the people of America supplied with
inft'ormat ion s tgardintg the Irish re
In the few weeks since its founda
l.Ion it has answered by personal
letter more than 5.000 questions
about Ireland and the Irish cause
put to it by individuals. I Imany
instances this required long research.
It has sent out in answer to in
dividual requests more than 25.000
bulky copies--more than 10) tons--
of the report of the senate hearing
on Ireland's plea for recognition.
It has, with the aid of the Ameri
I can press, mnade a national survey
of public opinion on the Irish situ
ation, so that today it believes it
knows the sentiment of the country
and of local areas.
It has supplied every senator and
representative in -Washington, every
memher of the diplomatic corps,
every governor, thousainds of educa
tors from Alaska to Florida, with
weekly bulletins of information on
the very latest anules of the Irish
It has supplied like information
to thousands of American news
papers;. and to editorial writers.
It, has spoken elnphatically in re
futing charges and imputations
:Igainst Americans who are working
to obtain Irelantd's freedom from
Brilish rule----such as Mr. O'Connell's
reply to Senator tlitchcock's charge
that only Irishmen of the radical
agitator type were against the treaty
and covenant of the league of na
It has issued many authoritative
ASUIALIILS N TI H E
Farrell ...................... 4 11
Bu3 Ifalo ........................ 1 ..
Xewcastle .................... 1
Pittsburgh ........ ...----- . ---- )
Iary .............................. 26
tOlllgstown, )....... 1 -
an Francisco ........ I
Oakland ............ .... . 18
"incinnatL i .................... 4
Note:--The wounded column
contains only. those seriously in
lured, some of whom will die.
lThere are Inmany hundreds suffer
Png from minor wounlds.
WIESTAL FINED $50 FOR
HAVING TO1 YOUNG VEAL
Hierman I)iestal. who was convict
cd yesterday for selling immature
neat at his place of business, the
:,fotropolitaln market on East Park
;treet, took his 24 hours to receive
sentence. Today he was fined $50.
He put up a bond and appealed the
IIlOUSE IMP'ROVING. -
New York. Oct. 21.--Col. E. M.
House, who was taken ill upon his
• te.rn from Europe a week ago. is
tepidly recovering, ancordling to his
physicians. The colonel was pei
nitted to walk around the block yes
terday. but will not he permitted to
visit Washington at this time.
statements upon vital points at is
Within two weeks it has further
exiended its scope. A section of in.
formation has been established withll
a force of trained research worker;
and statisticians, to gather and com
pile all available information regard
ing Ireland. This is a distinct sub
division, working ti under and with the
bureau executive organization, anc
is `t the service of every person it
the United States who desires anu
thoritative information on the Irisl:
The section of information already
has begun publication of a hi-week
ly news service for use of editor,
and editorial writers throughout the
Fronl a single person, the bureal
personnel has grown so that it now
includes more than 30 workers.
Director O'Connell is a prominew
member of the Massachusetts bar
He studied at Harvard college an(
the Boston University Law school
receiving from the latter the degree
of LL. D. for advanced studies ii
federal and international law. He ik
a member of the American, Massa
chusetts and Boston Bar associa
tions. He was recently dischargec
from the army, after serving witl
rank of captain in the, judge advocate
The secretary of the bureau i:
Miss Katherine Hughes, a well
known writer and student of politi
cal economy, who has spent mani
years in study of Ireland, and is re
garded as one of the foremost au
thorities on the subject in America
At the head of the section of in
formation is Willard DeLue,
former Boston newspaper man. H1
was for many years engaged in his
torical research work, was a staf
writer for the Boston Globe, an(
associate editor of the Nationa
POCATELLO JURIST AT
POGTLAND KILLS SELF
(Special United Press Wire.)
Portland, Ore., Oct. 21.-Judge J.
J. Guheen of Pocatello, Ida., shot and
killed himself while receiving treat
ment at a local hospital here. He
had started his regular morning
walk when he sat down on the curb
and sent a bullet through his heart.
He had been despondent some time.
His health was broken more than a
year ago due to strenuous war work.
Special Council Meeting
For Tomorrow Night
The city council will hold a
special meeting tomorrow night to
finish up a lot of uncompleted busi
ness. The report of the committee
to whom the garbage proposition
was referred will be received. Mr.
Kelly from Iowa was found to be
only bidder for the contract, when
the matter came up at last meeting.
There is a great number of other
things more or less important to
come up for consideration.
I()OIMEI, SWINDLER, BROKE.
Rochester, N. Y.. Oct. 21.--Alonzo
J. Whitman, one time mayor of Du
luth, Minn., and later one of the
cleverest swindlers in the country,
has applied for admission to the
poorhouse at Dansville, near here.
Whitman made over a million
through legitimate handling of the
lumber inutustry in Minnesota. then
became state senator and entered
the swindling game.
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