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WHY THE OLD WORLD REVOLTS
THE DILEMMA OF THE DIPLOMATS By PAUL WALLACE HANNA. (('orrerpinden1 of the N. Y. ('all. Oicutir ' prophets hail -aid thii. would be the slate of Europe when the great war came to ani end. Hut faith that their dire prediattiot was fulfilled grew slow ly even mlitong those of open mind who visited thie I continent during the past wilti r. It still seemed ridiculous to say liat governments, capable of tiuparalleted warfare would collapse when stitten by the pipe.: of peace. Political towers still loand ernec in eitetite n tilitrihs, and sOUrnalitsit lived well in Paris, Stateswen Were gracTious to tiln, i1d g'ivt'rnineuts 10to k titia tin Tushione1rd 1'alS of bit tiefields and capitals. They knelt and were blessed by ithe pope. They were slow to suspect that the^ir imposing hosts were less than complete niu lers of ten anid Iing.s throughouttI Europe. Even the coi t plilte shutdol tn, iii the midst of the peace confer. Iti. of (very subway. train and hits linl in Paris by worlkmen demanding cone firato more a day for subsistince did in1t tule t1('' reporters see that hoebi ary lilites and iaidatories aere items alien to tie ituerei ts rof the nI inIs s. I'umope , lan:ored far 11-11lc mid Dread ild tryiplo igati t Offated it l lil t too p. lainhidghr the nliapi it is ts h0ay piiihVti. it of psliticiat' licol syinit blud of 1111' rivalrye Iii 101-t l iii11 by which prime s inist itrs till seek I't'tii1 mankind trator i h"oitte floodl 'tlen iv up l 'os td upon te tril Wii 11ith iidustry agI utu itnd deilcit mtoll tain high. diplott t cy as't for fivt' moi ntlies at Paris Wila its eyt i fixnde in fascination upon the pro'vinc'es it i covets. For years lie people 111-1 )led in prg ience to insure victory'eithyiul ea g while tietu prey Was theing skinned and dtn iFrom every quartos of centr al a n i eastern Europe (rf 1 1110 t ts i on1tono s ii story that1 0 sli d Wonted were 11 earviing. and that giyst11eiits Witi helpless to stay til spread of famine. g In January, expbrt appraisers of the t mneria. peace mission reported i that the Germans were consumingi their l arch and April stoles of fiod.i o From lie Itilies o their th, Irdl s. the aisses were known to be sb-1 simting on scraps. Brigandage fll'ir-' ishted everywh''re, the brigandage of discharged soldiers, who refusedl 10 atie, unresisting, in the desert of iu employmient. and who had r~esumed the profession of arms as a prica11 calling. Old trench systems and I sle forests in northern France l Iit become the haunts of furtive es-h, -t roes. who found there wiii to bread in bandits: than in good citi zenship. Paris heard that slave uaurke'ý, had y been revived in Dalmatiu . anti hat Grle" k girls w(-re blling .told at flit, sale p t'cesi Mothers ii Piolanot ktlt lie bodies of their dead htbies hid den in cellars so th iey nli li reta11 a fewci days longitsu the t1 'ead tat tI of the deceased. The French givrt i it muent was selling flour to i hit lip lt! at one-third what it co'st yet l 'It, masses cursed. hecause it was o tau d to get. and anty rlie hot': a cinfr'ut t of intelligent stat sesn 'In could ith est such omens of disinter. why they nlocked theal mitlts ateihind ittl vw dits oe the wiine embankment. and made public from t tim( to tigr little 1111 o graplied itumis about titi - Curt line Islands and iit-i pt o itisttf l'ad,'iu't ski. wisiih to make th point that they could eo nothing else. The war that ia ndele it Nt'tov hur 1i1f l. was a sear of nation t. Thti peatl to follow Was to be it 'ntional ist peace. During four tremendoot years natine elistu griledt'i humanity by the throat x0 ret filled the spact le eatween hfatitis anwi earth l iti I screams of justlificaliont llaItnst pul pit and print-paper joined in ith most thunderous te luim of separate sov ereignly that any ii '. ictrin glt se dived. Jehiva-i was wi' rapped in our flig," and outsiders - t tilt' un t demlnecd to diie. That was the doctrine of victors and vanquished, and none hsld it so sacred as those who fought front afar. These could not sen that in flit- su prite effort for salvation national ism had rgpt'ured itself t1g was a1 ready writhing in the griit of strang' laced hernia. Its growing Wh ak-nI4ss. eiteries and distortions they labiull'id "ananrhyar atid orderlies wtillt suni moted to apply tln s.raight-jackht. Pichons foreign minister of France, described a esanitary cordonw of iay onets around bolshevist And sii. Nationalism had won Itu war, and its disciples gathered at i atis with erruisni shrille ftiak wearsien deenac of fltsh vital Inepris.atid thve dear' oculne belifofpaetical men im nial I 0 pea se ion mons015hil. !l<n ~ n -m t'r- hi- p Patri isnm of eery hilt est 001nVOutionlal st::n,:1ir w:I w ' Ol 7ayd. then, Ii *- 1 ug im '70'U Czechs. Poles .an 1 i iian- 1 they i t- up it1i pi tlem sent - by Paris and orert"ý d their 'Ihj io conti''ue dIti' fnr tih Il of ore fields, '1 a- t intles t . ;'1 logic cities. 'T'. ll y li uld not tin 111 wise without bits'lz !;Hilly 'f"t betiayal of lio77 nal inton And e.' 7 :1 1 1 tiler 77id1 IL it co i a i:r lu'li', dirt gredi ' 'rs ;:r I'.'Iiý dedica iod t!Pinl--: lt legs t o h 1: 1 01 -.7 g I 'r 7ict1l 7 7 V dvantu . lii - s11 ald 1 l 5I ' 1. 1 7'ill8 7fr 11t tilling i711 1;11111(. Wh i h (ri' O n Int - UnplP, " Sy ria aTHd tilt 011li of Ilt GP? Th (re 110 11717' 7o 17l aing11 st t 1ik 1171 117i7- it' oI e blieu 1e. in ni liorni (),oreigmly ai tiht loftiest pai iti''i 717pr7 7 7 7n 71 m iankild. (lon sider tiht fill( of I'lernetwreau. i ven erbhl 171rio7 w7losi life is crowned by lh'' high.--t offirt' ini i hankiript and d77 ilitu 7-i state. ..loi ' clearly ihanl 1ny cnnill seli d 7t77iilim nnl1 list, he kinow ;h' ininimumnt netcessitiis of sov 1ig 11171 . 1171 . ne lt'l th0a i i was Ill Without without it tail ":ash indout i1iX. 117111 d mei d 1n i7 linlg 1rilg. 1171a sc11111 *-- 1111717SS t11hat i1n100 llll1 W 1up7pi777111 H1ed by i !11 con711est of neirrlhborilg ore fields. C'olloagues might whisper to 'i7 7 117177 t h:Ihin7 and old 1m-11 w77e 77yilig like mi't 1 of s Xtrva 1ion in Vena wvithoul chippilll it stone of Ilresolution to kee) in escrow the Id of h1 e XX111711 y s1 e 1111111 Fr1ille should colleml her hill. Were it not hilr i million habiet- die than thud lFranre should stiffer. To silteaimisii 1 orimtes hle laid only to say: 7771 t 111in that- is wi]77 out7 sin 7 ast 1he first stone; d1inlg 11 1ur7 years 77 have slain 17 million 111011. homb1 d ciites 11 nd s1nr1ed chlildren in def1ens7 of national right: shall 1 slow cast Fran1ce into a pit of m)ai i -li ish disaster' Will yo17 who 7717 ve give1 your strength 11nd applause to the past four y1ars dare say there is al7y t71 re17 e of I lli7a1 1 a7g1 ish1 1 wh';ich is not santctified by the ne'"ds o7 1i7tio 1 7l sovereignty? Every 7 111 lin is wnher all's,' and France shall 7717i71in 71 nation while 1 1nt F'ranc' . Nor 'id any assoc(ated pluclmak 71r attempt 1n d7ispute that logic. They 7l! h7lievl d ;1 si771d. however danger oi17 to the lie7177 of the world and lt(' pr7 .7n7 ai15s of their 11 11' 11 gov1 17 - 1177-177 The other great powers, 1 x c I 'lItaly. wanted a 71uick peace more 1117111 they wXalntX'd lig inditinities and tl'rritorial changes oil the col 7 inelt. Nationalist German171y 77.17s c1nt 1l1 "!'7( 1 r' llll half-way a1 i7g the road t17 171. 1777l1ti 171. 117717117ao l1 7.7 i nit g7n l:l'on of \lll77'l l1 7n1111u 7ran 7 1ria11 7717 7177-77- 1u o 'S sa11 r-17 1-' woild reco 'Y 1r7her it 7i7l vI 1 g77 : 7 a d 7ofl 77,. 1. 1 1t7i l f r 1 - v, ~ ~ ~ 77 7777 71 :77777( 177 I ie c'u w r a ! v d t ''cr i 0l 11 11 d1100011 W U "''I777e TI 7e.liar 7E 'l 7777i ' ij'7 17 of ILn1do1 17 y 7 1 7 tr171 ; 11 7 en1 7li7 77 r over En 7 g1 - i.n l h1 d by <o'll117 READ THESE FACTS ABOUT CONDUCTIVE ANAESTHESIA Better Rnown as Nerve Blocking T'LIis nI w 1rt sc i- n revo lution in imodi t nl tootii extrae tioll- -- t) ii t ly il u t i . And, of courise, I \ON I1)ENTIISTi''Yl i. f'irst to bring it tnt iIll 1llnte. HOW IT IS DIFFERENT The l a nt e tit stilt ie :it put. tight into lootht (wh1ich1 oft nlt li ti' s after e0f1 otit . Thte ni ow nlleestheii; ,ti NERVE. ILOt' KIN(, is in jec-tid wV i\' back at tnrte trunks. T'his duos away with alt pains at all tinges-tt. n tthrte are til after effects. No inj~ectionst :re made~it inll( the sure pliat'oit with t hit now nlel hod. N\I VE1 s (':AN IlE IlIdF N 01 1 .l I ONE S ITT'I N( W ITH OL T PAIN. You hi d bitt-tr let iuiiike all txtractionl NOW. Yoin will always utgrct that you didnti com ' to Jus before. ExNpert Miental A\dvire at .111 Times. -Gold Crowns 5 P'er Tooth. THE UNION DENTISTS t:ud floor, Ihiato Bldg. ', i1):1 'l C111 1 'i w ith I'I 1 - lii II1 givI C Il. ti Rt1n ia. No 1.Ioy. Goolrge (')I breaki I to 110(1.11111 t I: '1151c1h. il 'III. B:li i ' !: ' an ( ' i ' x 80141( NV Vpo ll* i ' hris(* as. i l a Ii s r. :, I \ Mtonte by (he hit liri' i d of iFraiii e, who 1 II (1)1)11 i y"11'( on 5 11 iii) ji s u'( I '-11('1 1L' .hIll' diiid 1)llii ' ha in <xxii xIIlidti Nlay nation \\i1! n s l" .10 I" I)'' Ping h all' oi 111,' Ii 'I1:t ..11 l \'. .1i'al i. fit,- 14)1 (1 (Ii l It i' 10 111.111 011 111. to r-l( elil:i I I Alediterfaloail. EF:tino, Will) It dwindling popul~lai(:n, wlluld po1Cs "1 the richest coal anda iron 414140 inI Europe, 'fi Italian of'fi("ial told n t .I yet ill Spiteful jealsi y 141) plotted( 1(1 1)hut fast-growind 1111 (1)1t 1 i , ii i Ind D.alninatia. \I. I well, warned this xvifii al, if Itaiii' ( '11. '1e gied ' xjuitici til' h1 P 1 111 ( Shi i iial i enxew '181 t irl'il e l vW tilli ((' Tileutolic n1) liols il d pro(-ore (V III) their elp thei IilliZi tiilI of her 11 rigtIoi i' 1 111)1- } Itialls. I traveled in Illerli J 11,n111y with itrsid li \u ilg on th. ough l 1 ilHol i. Genoa, Alilan and Turint and heard chaini hers of rolli 11r18 w rn 111 int thai liabl mist sIi nei ' or lat' l restil e theg I w\ar unle55 her yeourtlitig to expand ove'r UIrI'I' and Slity. popullations wore SAtis ied by l iii p 111e h'nfere 1 e. Ii - eidentally, I sawv working che:-s d(' tifi ciations of this nitioi li list earn )ig St liii' ll froni IIi 1 Wsp15l e ls ill Rioam". AliP's. xxi) FloI' i lii iii alo of 81((' con15 uierors faced ruin. so thle p1'ace cnu ert"ne 51tood st ill froul Cth date of its birth until hol - s1'li% isill 'laped oiver A1\I. I ilhoii i "sanitary c ll ann and established itself in ixngary. FoI ' iI luai ler of a gir111 the deadlock al Paris \\'1)s de nied by di lats. but Ii Iga r fxxigit 11ed t1he IourIg1 is World and blam'ile fo i. I'll( disilst1r 1)i once beg1n in 1lipear throigh inspired giIncies. As I write the ('Si)'ll Supplies a1 Iii' ali nd StrIki11g illustration of hi is French nationalists ' iei t1)1' o1' -i c inle of the fn)) Fears' struggle.l` "0 il proimis'i 1111 his li0i) 0 lloiuld no( he ''ei 0 0 it i' F iren lh'l1 illaii 1fu -i NisXns u1 X iin Ia xiSi i of t1Ii li uatioi for the New Vol't' Trib1)une front front which I (tuote: "lou will fOlltilll' ' hileii foolish ita1(lwilt< that (ie(lllilly1108 hasrllly \\o1 l1w war,' III said. (If ('nurse t "ih hasn't. u1il l 'ill i'll i'I'i: F xxH ' Two n1ations onlly eat) h.' said to hate Won1 tl 11111' 1(1.1t1(" 5011111 XXII (iii hi b11 e eillilxs u liii ha n1cl iilt (r 11al Zincing t eii '. '1i first i5 tihelSa s i' it. position g II ii'villl powli nd in fhll I I'' 11(11 ailny n tion x P'ii 118 illh I ill all iii 11 1s!n y of mn kind. T1)0 secondii is (1 .0 l n'uiu'll. xi1' ii' '1 ' (1(t I P1u ii YR f il p W1111 h d ii fi 111 tilized as a 'si' ois . Iit ' l' ' ish ill g gli lipxu the ol' llet'1 e of (I(' i 5 id. The )ilii " ii' 'iiiiesi that I 11i lil mihind (''tided to strcrlgthln fIle 1( ri fit l position whicih Britain i l i'' I h ull. C sl lI ll ies. 1 T Ihe I nited Sta)te-a a ld Urea( Bri!t lii. t 'rfute, 11a1' fairly 11 Said to I1' til W ill ' il l' 1 )41'. lii.11(1'Ia 1 11' l icsf i1 III,.- pX ,x'h dicufils s l'1W go ,If on she (.III[ " ' iii bli11''rS m 1111X I'l will put 1,er1, if N4'Ii as possible, Whe s ie was strlt'i iaLIlly ill 1S TO l nd e'i - clun ailly in 151-1. That is whx ' the great 1)115 of ill" people of' Franco e h 11i11d Ihe old lilt' ih Who iv. Ill :1 n11 a:s their spokgned'lm day "There i."I 1''"41 " (pI t' o lte rible m1n "asiness ;(broad feeoilig that1 theo .\n1glo-Staxo11 are hngignig togetherat " Ile expensbe of thle Laills. 'I11010 is ( l ill~l ki1o\ierdfo loll Trancef 10 1149 )'11 do virtually nothing wVithout the fin ancial aid of fill allies, x11( t here 1la horrib le 1(lipieiont (tat 1t is .'fn n"a u~ey i e~ sd t I'n15rc~n 10' o approxit1inltely pas sivity \1hlt w\it h "very f'ibre she0 i5 11'14:: (;) fo . gmo . n 's Th'n there is the 1)uestion1 (If rep , )ration. innxtricablly intertwine-d Will that of military dispo:<itions, h cause I one0 (;Ii1101-01~' If, obtailned without 1 guarat;1 ee of fie olther. The I' '01+1(H people look al Iiho vast del'i IIhey haive a- billiled darfing the\\1)r ;H0,1(l51+.1 11)'0 Iee lution') poss1iblI: -F l1, that (:e liutcn pay. "ti I"Iid, t1it~t the lengtl" of 1);l linis I::l. over III( whole (luestion of finanmrial reliabilition of, exhau-tal'1 'Thi'ld(I, that Prance go haukru1pt, which woul1d drag olters down atnd mean finan11cial chaos to the ('mi'e. World. . . . 'It i" -nurprising that the french people are asking thelliselves bitterly SO. the useless 1 ' mens off, nil we find in the 1 . i ttnference gathering of prait!i ms engaged i'e practical b1)- i o i- defending * ( commercial pt, I and mili 1r) security of ti, v<j'ctiv0 ua >tnalities. But it, M ia ar~e ! ? I ask the ' ii with no irnful inflection. 'The Prince" is !'iit handhook silttesmen, antii gives l m fair Warniieii -it his e5 il ri t'' of go': '- ( -lo ring h a it um ler " urit !" 't hippy to 1: and ruined ral ithout hi illg showyn any ti , on8l h r w ill ti " su - -nc '-'l who di'tt ; ioT s ac tn t1 th t ,. "f !It tim es. But a I. ut often t sutfficiea ll clin!-pel" to ! how to att h Hi1. iinsel Schange. 110, 't use ht' vcn -'-I inj f'llo , 'ii Iligttl 11 li i': hits o, an h cause, ie iilt':ays prosi i ii a ling ill ga . h1 e ne al undet tiltt is well 1o leti' In ".11 ic 1 1 ti , ti:" idjos ::.I li11te (i of our I- I 'lop'e tim s T'Ih Romanoffs ii Houly in th -erond category: h. nc ;always proý! Dllied in one wyill I could not li - perinlded to ctl' "The i t lloei - iittil i'u wer till iiII iii rtall ti tin the ent . Nor the Hal' lin irs. let thg se have all passed att.Ii and even in li' fetien ntliis whirl! ill r 'ilapsed since their departure . iithitg akin to p eciouls eir'cuinst; wii h it' lu ll liia Ielli found so i ay mg d its :ay into high places. The proletarian -e8 Russia it ] It1. isnd during wtl I y 11111 the old diploma~cy has utrid ill vain to broulk its hold there, while (1 I grt at i ail ile of arms dragged to an end in the Itil leaving the l' vers u1( able il ' ll'd the wi't stlll lp 1iabe to ft r f it their winningl. itC'dloct' d in coIu' il and una1 1 le <i tit 11I li 11s11' ities, -1 1110 0110 hita t i l emal'llielt ie I dlli issued Ilre it. W ilti t 13mille it11 rebel"lion spread over IEurope. Clearly timles hzlve changed, asnd new metthods; were in order. So Count Ktrolyi embraced lith proletariat as it device of niationlalism and turned Hulngary over to file wotrknion and soldiers. (flow fits the soviets have gone beyond the pnrpos(' of the count will be considered later.) .A fortnight elapses. 'lt'ntencoatn presses his oxaitions against (l(,. tattle,, 'Then P'rofest'or E11xhziacley,' spoke stunn of the conservatile palriV t xpounds his views; in 'The lied Daiy" of Ci'lin, saying: "it is 11ot enough to allinounti evry day to the enemy that his policy1 is (11fyine us into the armAu of bolshe vism. That is a weaks policy of n('g lion. On the contrary, we mrust our" selves take the responsibility tot' holt shtovism. whatever its evils, in or der to escape savPery, and iln OUr ill etsinsure thatt when) it romtes it will ala0 streat i t 017 W'sttUH IE RYO])O and flood away (`lemienceaut and Lloyd George."' It'ts the dictatorship of the prole t ut'it. firmly established in one coun try dictate to the intiire world? It is ton soon to mailk- positive anlslwet As I Write lalYLtlil titihes the0 leap and esitablishecs it :.riet republic. All t'l'ly ecountlr~i'' -o tai', we tell ourl selvcs. But t lire is Ith' French -tatesinan anti his third alternative: I That 1"rantce go hatkrupt and draw lilt whole world in her train! The Butte Daily et in Is the Workingman's Paper The work of making this paper successful depends not so much on the management .as it does upon the efforts of its supporters. The Workers should encourage the merchant whose advertise ment is found in the columns of the Bulletin by giviig him a liberal patronage. It requires some nerve these days of Iron Heel sup pression to stand up and be counted. All lovers of liberty and a square deal must STAND TOGETHER It Is Up To You, Mr. Wosker am summ a manwmmmmel THE LIBERATOR for May Contains a wonderful portrait of Debs and two articles on Russia besides cartoons, editorials, a story, poems, drawings, book reviews and four other articles. BUY IT ON THE NEWS STANDS or send 20c. to the LIBERATOR, 34 Union Square, New York BUTTE WNMAWN'S lth ELECTS NE!fW OWFE Meeting of Women's Organ ization Held Yesterday. Afternoon. Discuss Plan of Scholarships. The atnit al ' lol ion tof <o;, t of hite linti e WViomiaii i Plium yel; terdav aterton. T ; fol Ilowing offira'rs wore clt'iod f:'1 111t .\Ii. .I 1 ).Ii Art p -w Air C. P'. I Iisit, first vit pr \ri . \ Al. Riley. orm lvd dentll s rs. .1. it. Hiick''y. rc n d't s.,rc alr} Mrs. W . IB. (tr nd i twial cr tat ry it A. h ll - tiil. orrepdin - illil I'rctial 1 tinttiil it. Spencer, tr':tlli I. Al'' (Coorgo 1'. lei bi I. ;t italori . . A. Grigg\ historian: Xli 1110 io stXnding AXm tilto s, progr ,ut I 'illiant ioring: mnemtb ~r hiv l . Tom Christie; wu ay' and i meau l s. Alt . FI iir lathiri cltuii t rli y. li lrs. 1C. F. Noy,-a Trustees olete( iel areo: Alts. .1. 1). li rgov , i rs. .ieupiiu hiu . icker . .. . . . ..... .....a.I . A. l l:Ir t it. M. "'To m (' ri : i , Ai . T. i \. i nt tt u a . W . I''. Noyes. Alls. .1. W\. (Gunu of 11: scholarship fund, asking t11) 0ho (luli instruc its dt logatei In the stati tonventiott , hich -oils at I lnt dive. l Jui I -s und4. v an . li'te they wish the "choklaship rand I:) ihe a bal fund in ii im t ii t l i of the girl graduates profr tt pu t tionls. A letter trout fihe slate pr:>:id.ýt:! lils. Perham.s Nvas al>.n roadl t;rciný delegales to notify Hotta Oln1o their intention to go to hlienit T mu special sleeping t an ii t Hr lllhcr arýý nllg 1't:111 Uu 1 :t to war: 1 1 t'' 1) 11 t ; mT: 1104 111'nl ;oil 01 0101 f :i j1:"pu i Illml1 V. 11 i m uti I 1 I, ' id ll I nf r ' ll x: \V, tl day v ii ll antldlinc d bitat' The TOOl( till is horo h) stay. THEA TERSII TLT': ANSONtA. 1.' ti of I tl _ ('H if "f; ,. 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