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WILL MEET Thursday, February 6 WHEN JAMES H. FISHER WILL SPEAK Members are requested to attend and bring their friends and fellow workmen ,, ,. WORLD IS SICK (Continued from page one.) more remarkably exhibited. for all the hopes of the ruling and financial classes in England, ' rarnce and Italy are now based upon steadying and maintaining Germany as a huffer state between them and advancing bolshevism. No one can have failed to notice the complete change in the tone of the allied press. The Teutonic people are no longer spoken of as "llulns adt "boches." And the correspondents are unani mously engaged in reporting how well behaved are the grown-ups alld how numerous and engaging are the children. The London dispatches dwell more and more upon the necessity of feeding the German people quickly and generously. Articles are freely passed by the censorship emphasizing the wisdom of putting Germany upon its feet cotnmmercially, so as to give EnIgland back a good customer. And here and there are hints that the return and restoration of the kaiser as a constittitutional emleror would be the most stable solion of Germany's political cluos! The fact is that there has arisent in Europe the exact situation which Lord Lansdowne predicted. The common peoples of Europe have become so weary of war, they have been subjected to such suffer ing and such horrors, the burdens heaped upon their hacks have been so intolerable, that they are every where in. an ugly and mutinous temper. Also, they everywhere know their own strength and how easily they can overthrow the pillars of the an cient edifice of society. The revolutionary feeling is run ning high at this very moment in France and in Italy-and if (Gir many goes the way of bolshevism, there is a strong possibility of the ORGANIZED LABOR The Bulletin job printing department is now equipped to turn out your job printing. Prices right, quality right, service right. If you expect our thousands of readers to know who you are, where you are, when you have your picnics, etc. See that your job . printing comes to our plant and we will see that the public is Informed about you and your events. PHONE 52 THE BULLETIN i :, PEPARTMENT 1 O I9UD UDAHO ST. Latin nations going thile sane road. 'There is a dalng'erously widespread sentiment of revolt in Ingland, too, miailde verl'y evidenlt by the fitr or inability of the governmllent to pu0n ish the lmutilOlns ltroops who have defied orders at l)over, Folkstohne and even in London during the past few days. \\e are in the midst of the great est upheaval and revolution lhe lu-I iuan race has ever experienlceId, aind men who are styled scholars, think ers and staitesmllen walk i(about amlidst all this threat and turimoil of popular unlrest and revolt and s(eeq to have neither eyes to see nor ears to h(:er whatl is goillg on11 allt arouiid t ht nt. 'Tihey chalt'r tliel saue1 old formu las and phrases of a past Ihatl is as dead as iatllt'eses anid ihike their bows anld speak Iheir decluilllions alnd repeatI their copy-lbook tlorali ties and platituldes for all the world like another coingress of Vienna. while beneath their feet and above their helads and all ahout thlcii soundi the mlullterings iof revolution's comii ing tillrthlllilukes and tenipests. The only visible hope of staying Srevot h will w111( will reck Eu'rop froii one end to Itie other lies in the plrompt artion of the peace coufer lnce; in the prompt provision of food for the imasses iin all the suf fering states iof Eturope: in 1lthe' prolmpt ratifiicatti of a peace Ihat lla llbandons the old tlletlhods iof spoils, ill a pl)lllro t agrellemenllt upo11n) dis ;rlinalt ent; in a propllll t rec'tognitio l andl guaranteIie of self-government for every people desiring self-gov ertilenti---in short, upon tie guar alntee of justice, mnercy, lilberty and happiineas to every ipeople, sol far tias those high i'deals amn he guaranteted, 1and ill the rescue of lihe sulffering Inillions regarilless of race of na tionalily--froth the bitter grill of faiuline.* frot the lagonies and tot inentis lthat miake dlesperate and sav age tlie mildiest antl mnost orderly peoples. The only prervention of revollution is peace that is real peace, and 1not an armed trluce that lprolongs all tlhe burdens and lman ty of thlie most bitter sufferings of iwar, withoutl anly of the patriotic excitilements and stinii litions which nuake war toleralle and bearable. Let us have peace, and have it quickly. The soldiers want to go to their hlonles. Their peoples want their soldiers in their homes. That is true of every army and of every people. The world is sick of war, sick of talk, sick of endless diplomatic fid dle-faddle. The world wants rest and peace. And unless the poeples 'get what they want soon, they will take things ill their own hands and get what they want in their own way. ALDERMAN WOODS TO BE ACTING MAYOR During the absence of Mayor W. H. Maloney ill lelena, , Alderman James W uoods will be in the office of his honor. Alderman Woods is big and capable enough to handle any part of the job that might devolve on h!Im. Say 4cu. saw it advertimed in the i ulletin. TODAY'S BUTTE NEWS CONDENSED The telephone number of the editorial department, which should be called for news items only, is 292. Please do not call this department concerning matters of subscription, advertising or delivery of papers; communications concerning these should be with the business office, telephone No. 52, before 8 o'clock p. m., when the office closes. The ltrothlerhood sociely of t lt Central I'resbyteri:tn church wil mlle t tonight ait 7.:)10 o'clock at Ihe h1um2 of W.i .. It. ltnstiatlll, 1728 \W hit. I1an a e. lue. All otl2 rs are ll .u.gelt io Ihe ill te('llndlatnIc'. )Micihael J. (Corcoran, who enlisted ill the Inited States siignal corps0 , hal returnelll'lld o Butte' i Ik 111 11 iip tili dulies of his former emtl tillioyten w\ilh lhe L.atuziier-Woleolt colllilany brokoil . .l11r. C('orornl is 1OW ' O 'piortil1. Re..,istration for the Ci\ic electioi will close ill the office of thll, count} 'clerk and recorded lFeb. 21 at " o'chlck i inl the afternoon. T'hose i did l lnt vot(e at thie last g.'ni'ral ilt, lionii must register. Mit;s 1niily Oates. ,nai: ger of thl Kohni jeweitlry store of .M i:so itla t lnt Sumtday in Itlllle t, isd t ii I'1(r 11nd:. uI diigmnli' for the i plainl ilT fn $:,.4 Vas htianded down by Judg, atailtl tlhe \Vol '-A ll c l iinnllly land II. II 'i. 1 1terson. ' il'h iction ve, forl' -1111 of lllOnly allegetI due on ali of igoods. Charles It. l.(I, mIl tanag r of Ihl troll n il stern butl yin g trip y ,ler- I day. ie saIys the (l ealher in Chi aeno. New York and itoston is it, lir.t i Ible, grass already lip and in mill l t piaces trees illn bloom.ii Al! throut Ih the middle west it is 1xly mild and in aonie states the f;rm'ers haid c.nhpleted their Itplowinlg. Mlrs. Lew. 1b ho a.conllpaniei d .jiMr. l.ow as far 1as ('hi(cago, will remain the i' 'or mule titme. Trhie Woman's I thisti n Teipe p ince unionl joint imemorial servicit for Ftrance, E. Willard and Mrs. C. JI. Ne: .r helo been postponed until lFriday. lubt. 14, at 2:30 p. im. I will be hold in the First Presbyteri;.n chuirch cotltage 1and Mrs. Mailrgaril't M11a"ron a VI have charge of Ii'h p o gram. lev. Mr. Harper of thie l,'. ell Aven'ue Methodist church will be one of the itspeakiiers. Fred tMurpthy returned to IButle last nighti fromni Seattle, where ihe hadt been for the past six weeks. 11.' i the son of tillh late W. C. Mturphy. who died in Sealttle last week..M r'. M1urphy, forimierly Miss Lorettai Too hill, is at llpresent in Mi.ssoula. le fore arrliving it Stuttle . Mir. Mttirplh: had boon in Mianila, and hald visiled Shanlghai. where lie lwas atteniding ;i hisi dlitnes as piurchasing agent for the Paciflie ('ommercial compi any. 1he exipects to remnlain in the city for ai short while. Arrangemoents for the launching of a "Better Service campaign to in culcate care in the preparation of ,xpress packages for shipmnent are o\w being made ih the Americani ailwlway ExpreIss company, accord hg to a sta utenl l made yesterdal 13 t'. T. Starr, Iiitle repr'esentative i' the compll)any. 'TheI' dlri\ve will :tart on Feb. 10 in every city alnd o\wn in tlthe coiuntryl . clerks are b(' !ig instrutcted in the lmanner of diovwing the public, courteously buit il'lllly, how to abide by the rutles laid lown for the s.'nhlini, ol parcels by express. G.t 1my recipe to make washingr I asv. No tIi''d o .e .so;I tthe clothes a riini ili'. 'Tl'akes. ouit tihe dirt in a way that will iiake you sit uip and take no I'ine for wvolens anilld flannels. Piine for eve\rythilng washable. 'Tlakes ou!t all kind: of stains, even ilik stains wilholl injury to yv i1m 'lothil s. Sailves .o111 l 1nev. I'hoe use it iivii This 'recipe, , h t.h .ells for ( $1, i Illm ownl dliscnivr\' aln' was I r-ulV II i(il send to tiOi. i, aiuse I nti a llltindre'ss. If \,ii i , it once (ion wo\ld not :nlo\ lol to get along ii itllliut it. t . ! i. litisey, '\3i. o0- __---- 0 LIVINGSTON NEWS. The Iinest :;t largiost dance that Ltivinigstoii ever \ i, i.ested was staged last we(ek. 'I'Thrn hunidred and fity couples danced;il i ie music of Al loll's jazz orlchi ,:l;st iof 1I) pieces. Thle lmusic wastli ex.clleni. 't'he datnce was held unilder the olipii.ces of the ila "hinist::s Ilnion of Living.ston, one of the most prog-resive bodies in the state. anld the t.iirest ilnion ill this ,'ity. livintg a iini'thership of imore thanll 10. The, licciers in charge of thie Sluccesstful daie w'ere: Frank SclhnmtTz. Elioul Tuashell, A. E. Colln nolly. W'. T'. liilb: Flo"Ior cotmmittee. ('hai lie llano . , h ir; an; W illiam iLiddell. . tliiiaid,.,ion. \'. Shover. Norllnlltnl Shoest,8,n l There is coni sidleiable credit nlti Iot tlhe officers ill lthe way tlhe ,15 ,,rgized conducted and wollind lip t. :llist tintO that l,ivinhgston! hias seeii fior many a day. Ilard til me l I:t knocking at the dool of the n!i; hiniii:t helpers at tlh Norlthern i'ai ili riiiuiitdouse today, whtien 15 gotl 1ild , ' and girls and lapanese wiere i.l:tlne in their places. The Park (',til1'\- News is starting ulp it daily i;li ,,,t re in Livingstd n lnude r the a.ne0 I of t labor paper. Subscribe to The Daily Bulletin Ir' lulletinl Sant ais. .'rhey: gel results. J. HINTENSE (Continued from page one.) to tell, and a hurried call was sent to Newlife's for more smelling salts. After recovering sufficiently, the Ad club terriers, their guests, a few mystified and a few anmused business mlen were permitted to take on a little nourishment in preparation for the final denouement. The necessary eats formalities over witll, the "marvel" proceeded to in forml the rejuvenated puglets that lie, alone, in all the wide world was capable of directing their lantent en ergies and dormlant faculties; that in his person was combined all that was good and true and beautiful, that he wais the living image of all that was pure and holy; unlike the late unla mented kaiser, Jawn did not share his virtues with God. It was ME, and none other. Having sufficiently awed the assembled terriers with his countless virtues and unlimited abil ity, ,Jawn informed thenl that they must forthwith notify all business men that HE, in his omnipotence, had ordained and proclaimed, that, until further notice and to the enu of time eternal, lie would designate ithe newspapers in whlicli they would be pe mitted to advertise their wares. The weekly show calne to an end as the Apaches started forth to deliv er 'TIlE MESSAGE froml his royal joblets, and Jawn Hintense McIntosh, left alone in solitary possession of all vir-tues, containing within his noble frame all that is worth while, insert. ed his left in the bosonm of tile Eng lish tweed, and with alpoleonic mein goose-stepped upll to the headquarters of the Associated Industries of Mon i na, eint'tainiing fond hoples of re ceiving a phone from tile sixth floor of the Hennessy building saying, "Well done, thou good and faithful s(Ivanllt," accomplllanied by a raise ill the pay check. o ------ -- ii i THE HIGH SEAT OF AUTHORITY o 0 (With Apologies to ANISE) The other day I stepped into The county colmmissioners' room. A nice looking man Was INTONING a discourse On ROADS that needed Fixing, right away. The three commisisoners Weare bending their ears, As I have read The gods once did on Olympus. I was duly impressed By the REGAL SETTING, Elevated platform, Massive oak desk, Wide open area Between the commissioners And the FAR-AWAY seats Of the SOVEREIGN PEOPIE. Back of the colmmissioners I noticed a picture With the flag abhout it. It was the picture Of LINCOLN, TI-E COMMON MAN, And I thought of HONEST ABE, and The ON-TIIE-LEVEL way lie had WITH THE PEOPLE. I wondered how he * * * Would like to sit on A G11111 SEAT and he ROPED OFF from the PEOPLE For I recalled something lie said about government Ily the PEOPLE, of the PEOPLE And for the PEOPLE. I wondered why men Who LOVE HIGII-SEAT Authority adorn the walls With pictures of LINCOLN, The COMMON MAN, with TIls ON-THE-LEVEL WAYS, TWho got CLOSE to THE PEOPLE, his SOVEREIGN. I guess they do not know That it's being ON-THE-LEVEL and CLOSE TO THE PEOPLE (As it was with Lincoln) That gives men * * * REAL AUTHORITY: Do not know that The HIGHER the. SEATS The SMALLER the AUTHORITY. 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