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DUNN AND DEMOCRACY VS. A. C. M. AND AUTOCRACY---MARCH 24
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PRESIDENT, ARD GEORGE WASHINGTON, TO REACH BREST TONIGHT
CIVIL WAR `2ONTINUES IN STREETS OF BERLIN
By CARL D. GROAT.
(I'nited Press Staff Correspondent.)
Aboard the (eorge iWash
illg o n, Marceh 13.-The
(t eorge Washingtonl (ollin
nl(d today oil her j)urney to
ih'est, making less time than
t in'(lilarily oxwillg to heavy
It is a .1111 l0lll1t that tf it'
.hipi woul(l not riea(. Br13st
1),ft'fore 11 'clock ttiltighl.
IPresideint Wilson has his
wotk iIll shal)p for the i1
11(tliafl e iOsinnptionl of peia(e(
iititters ad(1 is determined to
'complliete the pe1)ace settle
Iliilt as rapidly as possible,
llitking 11o effort to conceal
his anxiciy to get to work.
l he enltrainls for Paris im
iit(li al ( l after llsi a1irival
WATCH YOUR STEP
ON YOUR TAX 8111
(1i.V United lPross.)
\\ashington, March 12. - -- Watch
lour step on your income tax' Only
; shotrt time remlains in which to pay
hie first installmlent.
On Saturday, March 1 5, returns on
1a1 taxesu whichi must he paid by that
lilll are r ntllired to be in the hand.:
of the internval revenue collectors.
For the purpose of keetpirng the
eoplie informed and to avoid untidue
delay and confusion, the bureau of
internalll levenuc3t has inAtructeld .;
collectors to warn all taxpayers of the
time limit. The first installineut
lust accomlpany the return on taxeH,,
it was added by the bureau.
The basis upon which the retulrn,
iiiuit tie made is as follows:
1. An iamount not less thlan one
fourth of the full amount of taxes; 2,
on llloulnt not less than one-fourthl
of the estimated amlountt of taxes; mi
:, the full amount of the estimated
almount of taxes.
This must be accompanied by a re
turn showing the basis upon which
the tax is computed. The completed
retturns, showing all itemns of income
and dedtluctions, should also accoim
pauny the first payment if this is po.
hible. Taxpayers who require miore
time for the completion of Ihe re
turns should make payments on the
estimated tax due and then attach a
tenltative return, requesting an ex
tension of time for completing the
FOR WORLD REVOLUTION
Ilclsingfor, March 13.---The bol-'
sheviki have formed a new cabinet
for the purpose of "concentrating
for a world-wide revolution," accord
ing to a Moscow dispatch. Moor, a
native of Switzerland, is said to have
been named first minister.
SILVER BOW COUNCIL
At last night's meeting of l~h
Silver' How Trades and Lalor
council, the Butte Daily Bulletin
was made the offic'al organ of
that body, without a dissenting
vote. The secretlary was also in.
strutted to have all the council'h
printing done by the Bulletin Pub.
The Bulletin is informed that
an. ex-officer of the Silver Bow
Trades and labor council is giv
ing it out that the council has en.
dorsed William Cutts for mayor.
"For the informition of the public,
the Bulletin will state that no
catndidates have been endorsed by
W. F. Duin, Candidate for Mayor on Democratic Ticket, Asks the Co-Operation of Every Honest, Decent Person in Butte
The affairs of the city of Butte are in a deplorable
condition. For many years-with one exception
Butte has been cursed with administrations intent
only on plunder, content to "pass the buck" to pos
The various city governments have served the
autocracy of Sliver Bow county well. They have
kept too manhine intact at the expense of the people
until todey, tn Buttes thousands, of citizens have de
P. A. S. FRANKLIN
P. A. S. Franklin, president of the
International Mercantile Marine, rep.
resents the United States shipplng
board on the exports control com
GREEK MINER IS
VICTIM OF FOUL
Gus Manos' Body Found inI
Culvert Near School of K
Mines. George Montich
Is Held as Suspect.
With 54, knife wounds. ;ilal t lthe
face, chest and back, the body of Gus
Manos, a (:reek miner, was foui'nd
yesterday: eveilng i under at culvertI
200 yards cast of the School of
Mines. The IIiLan was mulrder'ed \two
days ago, it is thought bly the po
George Montich was arrested in
conlnection with thle inlrder by Po
lice Captain Aliael O')Donnell last
evening. He is docketed as charged
with vagraincy, penlldinig investiga
At least five of the gashes on
lI;i.jos' corpse had penletrated lo
parts of thlie body which would cause
death. It was evident the body was
hacked after life was extinet.
T'he hands of the victim were
slashed, indicating that he struggled
hard for life with his assailant.
The corpse had been placed in the
culvert, the feet protruding. Waler
had run over the body. for two days.
The discovery was made by mail car
riers and reported immediately to the
On examination of the body at the
undertaking rooms of l)aniels & Bil
boa, 15 knife wounds were found in
the abdomen, three through the
heart, one in the left lung, one under
the left arm, one on the right side,
five on the scalp, four iin the back.
one in the hip and three in one of
the thighs. The hands were slashed
in a dozen places.
The tyagedy recalls to the minds of
police officials a police court case
held on Jan. 29 last, in which Mon
tich., now under arrest. was the com
plaining witness, another Greek the
defendant, and Manos ai witness for
the defense. Montich. it is claimed,
had charged the defendant with the
theft from him of a diammond ring.
The case was dismissed.
Greeks who .rolummunticated with
the police yesterday declared that
Manes told them he was notifed by
Montich that if the case went against
the latter he would kill the defend
ant and Manos. the witness. These
infot mants stated that Manos was
moody for several days following the
trial and was in constant fear of
Montich. At tlese times he could
not eat, they said. They asserted
Mlanus told several of theml of Moen
tich's alleged threat.
Mianos was 54 years old and had
resided in Butte for the last three
years. He was well known to local
Greeks and is said to have been of a
(Continued on Page Thre.)
Says Young Members of Na
tional Congress, Who Say
Many Heads of Commit
tees Are Unfit.
(Special United P'ress Wiri
i asii gton. Alirch 13. Party
revo.lt arle smllloldering ion both sides:
of thl e holls( of rep reslentatives
Younigelr melhers of ot lii old lpartii
aie utle1i to overtur(lull ui lit odl I ol d rs '
and pil Inew blood intll o part' y pol
A cominahUtin of nk' rtlhlilern and
;soulhern dei l cra(II'ts is aftler ('.lhi pp,
(lark, leader of the house dnIeo' atsi.
for a dozen years. They openly de
lare C('lrk should step aside for a
you1nOe r11ta moriei0l0 ill syl[pathy wil t
Wilsollianl olic.ies. li l'presenall 1ive
l llongVorth is protestiI.ng aý4-ain;t thel O
canuto s against (he10 clloliittee holin et,
all of which have bhen miad' u1iider
the senlrity rule, lie is uertall i ol
(some Slupport, as in.\urg.ient illn lboth
parties are asking for' a" nev. dial all
art(nd) to hel the Chara(tlr of lei -
isiatioll land f ol thi'l party chan liles i
The mlm nttacked, however. d,
METAL TRADES O. K,
DUVNN AND ALLEN
Thie \ilal 'T'rados council l i st
night indorsed W. IF. I)Iun for may
or aind Alike Allen for city polio t I
They also indorsed Frel Allen for
the school board iland islructled Ihe
secretary to illnform the ilver Itow
'lrades council of t lheir iaction.
Kerrigan of the Pipefittersi was
elected to fill a Vilancy oll the coin- I
ilttee of 15. The secretary inflormledl I
the council that somile of ihe dele
gates that are at Washingtoln lin ye
girid to the wages of the metal trades t
of the coast would address the lmelal
trades of Butte on their rolurn trip I
it a lia5ss meeting to he arraniged I
PUBLIC SENTIMENT IS
IN FAVOR OF STRIKERS
(Special United Priss Wire.)
Newark, N. J., M:arch 13.-With
street car traffic in Newark. Pater
son, Elizabeth, Jersey (City and 137
smaller municilipalities completely I
tied up the striking employes are I
aligned for a finish light with' the 1
The tie-up virtually stopped all I
traffic on car lines. onlly 12 out of 553' 1
being operated in Newark. Few per
sons used the, public sentlilmenilt
strongly favoring the strikers.
WRITE IT "CALIF."
WVashington, March 12. - At the
request of the postofificee deparlint ni
the geographic board has chan¬gld
the official abbreviation for aIli
fornia fromi "Cal." to 'Calif." The
change was mlade because of con
fusion with the abbreviation for Col
Snow Thuirsday umid l,'riday; colderi
Unsettled land colder tona.iTrow,
termined that never again shall a man on whom
rests the slightest suspicion of connection with or
sympathy for the ruthless interests that have almost
ruined Butte be mayor of this city.
I am-a candidate for the office of mayor. I believe
I can administer the office better than most of the
men who have held it, and of one thing I am certain.
It is that the s/at of the city government will, if I
am elected, be resti4red to the city hall.
It will not be Io4addltnany, otherpbuilding.
MRS. W. K. VANDERBILT
Mri. Williarn K. 'at~.drblit, who re
turned hor. e on a furlough of two
months after having been in the war
zone for nearly four years.
SHIPYARD MEN TO
GET A HALF
Edward D. Nolan, President
Machinists' Union, Says
U. S. Shipping Board Will
Grant Qutti;. at, Issue.
h.1 I hilt d l ill .ll. hilC i Il' b !
Ihet ti iti t1. III i "- ,hii - t hin:ýt s inr it
for .hiphuidi i . ,iii.ehanie.l t wi : h1 u
si' ntenllt ,h , l. , eda y of il. ard I L
l.fior., lei iln. for \\'ai-hinlton ye
erda. . h. 11. lli i tti rlon, :.,,ca i tl di
litr t i di ..lu trial e'xl uilnor 1 r the Whi,
]tin: hoard, a 110011(.1,(i | P the l, 1't
ing h i will atilld .areth 17 o' f hil
card hi(des 11011', I(nd 14 ci, r'u|li ule
officials it (IrI; I tip a oi \vil C t.
RiIIien ient, tundoubtedly vwouitlt pro-
tide for thell Sat iti rd!t half holidti .
el'i,-t-l. e l i 9,i 0 and I11/ ,1 1tlt ship
yard ir heli-u;tnnirs in t an i 1'rneisct(
bii region v..i'' dis. t-iis:-il for tlfus
ing t(1 fitorigo ithe Sa iturdltay hall holi
iday t l til ,xisalt;tn agr(eliint.t .,haiil
ixlirt April I.
N. Y. LBOR STRIKE
HOLDS UP LINES
(Special UI'n.ied Press Wire. )
Ni'' Yiork. Marcl h 13. Alany
r ilatni ll- a tict li n.eri i lre held at h ir
pier;. here it: a 'e. till of inalility to
gelt coal. ( III, to the harbor strlike.
Cunard, Wllhie Star, Red Sta.r anid
F.renchl lilne sailings have been post
poned untiil iadIlUiiate supplies of co li
T'he primairy election take.:
place Mondaylh, iMarch 24.
The pulls oaiien at 12 noon anl
cloe at 7 Ip. ill.
'lh, ot-li iet h ti filled are:
A Police lMagistiilrate.
All Allilerniri inll each of the
eight w.r id.
Eacih voiitiig place should ie
iiatcheii careftilly during the vot
ing lnid thie coinilltinlg.
I desire to be the servant, not the master, of the
People and I want the advice and co-operation of
every honest, decent person in the city of Butte.
We wish to make Butte a city for whose govern
ment we do not need to apologize, a city that is gov
erned for the people who live in it and not for and
by any special interest.
I' have been accused of being somewhat radical,
and it is probable that I am, but it takes some
strength of character to be a radical these days, and
Widow Lies in Jail For
"Picking Up Coal," While
Her Son Fights in Far
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EDWARD S. MORRIS
Edward S. Morris, president of ilor
ris & Co., packers.
Same Tactics as of Old to Be
Used to Force Wage Earn
ers to Buy Bonds; Profi
teers to Make Up Deficit.
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that same strength of character that has been devel
oped in a fight for what I believe is right, will be
used, if I am elected, in giving the people of this city
a clean, honest, efflicent and just administration of
the city's affairs.
Those affairs are in such shape that none but fools
would be optimistic. The task of putting the city
on its feet is a difficult one, but I will do the very
best I oan. -One cannot do more. W. F. DUIM".
By FRANK J. TAYLOR.
( ni.d Press Staff Correspondent.)
Hl'rliln, Alalih 11.--Figllt
ill is eolll illiili 111 ill B erlil
.loihllt over, a tfront of 15
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e('ai Ii l (e1' 1i he sittioniiO, OW
ilig, 1 i lle Spalrta'ae s' ill
fillt''r li( l ta lievs.
:As k ISi s;its 11'o.1s re01PO1
(11l) ' t ill '('l Jlel( ' is1 ll ill
-il11'Pg ' l (At i ill' ill l11tilh('oP
(l111 r1 (,r.
TV(wo Innllrl '(t all( fifty
Splailnea is, 111(11 n11(1 WOtn
(11, Wr(e , al)lle(1 ill ithe
heart (Iof l Ille ity this even
illug. T dlley had gone to a
see (11r 1 I11e( (11OPerS, t lere to
get mooney with whi'ch to ap
l)l1 loll Wavge's aillolig tihe
]a i ta ri'1l fi J'( l es.
(Special I'nited Press Wire.)
l,.1 o(lodl, M arl'h 13.- A
wir(ele(ss displateh today re
1 ,orte(l 1 hat War Minister
Nosike, 1'(l(lying Tuesday
liill 1 ii 1 ('(llUest of the
s ; irtl] l ali s 'l 811 ( 111'is i(e
lerniis, saild the ollonlv ondi
StIllrrl.lil',r, ill(ling Iarms.
a ~ l+or I ilun ited Press Wire.)
Zurich. Mail'hi 1:1.-War
,linio ,tr Nos.,ke resinced on
T Iit'. a , IIa N l ('rliin (isp aitch
1(i( .1 r.e ..s1a ..(. (> elel.'al (o1
I,(lllis is said tlo have sue
',(( .(h, Nosl ,e.
WOMEN DON'T CHEER
(liy Inited Press.),
l,ondon, P'e). 12.--(By Mail.)
En iglish wolmel are promised stan
iard Iostumellls. couts and skirts by
Eastler. But ithey're not a bit en
thusiastic aibout it.
lDuring four years of war patriots
continually impressed upon the fair
sex whatl a hulge economy could be
comp lished if only they would stan
Iardize their wardrobes. The per
suasioni fell 1on deaf ears.
Managers of West Elid stores are
convinced that the standard clothes
will find no sale. From this experi
nce they claim that woman at heart
is an individualist and will never'be
ontent to let another know how
Iuclh she has paid for a garment.
in View Of wonien's determined
talnd an experiment is being made to
place on the market standardized
ot Iths at a standardized price and
proflit. leaving the design to the man
afactuirers who cater to women's in
The Nonpartisan club, at a well,
atl(tended meeting in Metal Min.:
Workers' hall endorsed the follo -
ing democrat'c candlidlates:
For M[ayor--William F. )Dunn.
For Treacsurer-.-James J. Mc.
For Police Magistrate - Mike
First W1'ard-,John Sullivan.
Second Ward-Barry O'Leary.
Third Ward - Bernard Mc.
Fomuth WVard-Con Lynch.
Fifth Ward--Uhric Nadeau.
Sixth Ward-Walter A. Kyle.
Seventh Ward-E. E. Carlisle
Eight h Ward-E. G. Johnson.