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lseaed Every Evening, Exaept Sunday, by THE BULLETIN PUBLISHING 00.
aisted as eaooad-01saa Matter, December 18, 1917, at the Postoffice at Butte, Montana
Pader Act of March 8, 1879.
PHONES: Business OMee, 52; Editorial Rooms, 292
IUSINESS OFFIOE AND EDITORIAL ROOMS, 101 SOUTH IDAHO STREET
SUBSOR1IPTION RATES:
O e Mouth ..................... .75 Sir Months .............. ...... 8.75
Three Menths .................$2.0o By the Year..................$7.0n
The Daily Bulletin is on sa16 every day at the following places in Butte.
Jacques Drug Oo., Harrison and Cobban Depot Drug Store. 823 East Froat St
George A. Ames, Jr., 816 1 2 N. Main St P O News Stand. West Park St.
International News Stand. S. Arizona St.
Palace of Sweets, Meorury and Main Sta. larkins Grocery. 1028 Talbot Ave.
Everybody's Newe Stand, 215 S. Montana Helena Confectionery. 785 Nast Park Ba
TH'RS-DAY, SEPT. 4, 1r1
SIGN UP!
Come down to the Bulletin office and signj
a monthly pledge
THE PROPOSED LABOR TRUCE.
tI \P ARP CPt'1 0111*h ntivittnketait thip ntman..,nl if ihth t
|aiilee of the Neli v t ' rAY i Fentilon i' aI itLa it itiu a lah, t tr.ice
bte ieelared i o s t'e i i-i tit11, t lls. il it itt' lea Ii ui it, l I h' h ithleto nl i
knowing, the lre-eltI itroper tll labor as well as he does.
wouf l l ri ng it' at slien ei nd a cairee, (it- t has beeti mari'ked atI
tleast iin recent years by si ercil Irl ckli I. ti le i nlilict al t iandt il -
distr'ial fmlsters. I
Gettie.g s.tt neone else tol lito le ammunitiolnl i e ls ads I t is
t diversion Ihat iha -always fnit( favor with dilr. ltik nphe s: it
proteeti.ge his paie car as he failure of every c'heme reactse
nIt . tI Sail but upo n fIilhel g.talit t'chosen by Ii llI. i
lThe suddel( n retulllrn o (1' Tilllll-'is ' m 'lnm E rlpe p'esniged nI' o ts .lll.l
lsuch acii.on as lhatI .f' th.e \New rk ii'Ii fed ieratlitton.
The rank anid file Istrike oa the urailway shop it- tials haid jusl! i
ocaurred an preparations were being made to strike thi steel ii
i itsIr . u t i,
'The (:i'ivie F'ederalio.l.-- - It, body mat.e iIp of pia nsiti c.iapii
taliste anld pars li "lh.a r l eaders -Itseilt t a n e i. U. . call ,II
to Sant: he ret-isp ded wi -itts the t l cnrit y he always displays li t e
twhent lie lihear his imastlers' voice. ie
The rluii lioposal of t is New ,rk Feldertil c tlitlte is the ,i
resellt. !
To anyoilne I is egiiilileil with tl knowI ledge i of the in- i
side. iraking t i' t- he Ameriian li ederati- n of Labor. Ite t- vIi.
liosal for a seix ointi s thi' llt r ice brii ilngs no feeling except I-hit t l
dilsgust it' lie i iproposad . ' l lt l i i ie li r ink aind ile o! l rii
- i-the odds against it are It thi .ait . o I ----tht I lite t eI ng will
c lltrge ito ine o_ dislliappointment.i i
It is said that our president wishes al- coptl rtui ily '-It slabil-
ize iidu itrial conditions"!
Capital and iets representai e it otutili ii ] i-i eI ta.tp sitihis p
ihave hut o e ilet lea for stabilizing i itldu ry: that t l1tii consll ists e
of using force. "''uree In the uiliis." In lliotl he te w 1'd, of c
lthe 'great demoraiill in lthie \Vlite House.ii a. nd e have, as his
ntitrt- ibtlit an to ind stlrial tpewit e, n eo ?. tlt i sl)eokesui en of the iii
,\''iliei's inll thte various ta til(e. ti lll itlt e l' t ttocesitt iy Ir it
(telmocrat Porm of goverlanent.
The i-lmplerialisitts w ish a breathing Spl ell illn o rdertt th they eil
cfltnl gatherI the fores that have been badly diUtsarranged by the h
\ec-jii ic atie t '(l' lh ia i.lnllll-t tt Ie.t,. t leti it i t ilet it( kel ie ('l
jtttlrilit , iRoill iid It it li he 1't 1 liti tut l'et!-v ltttiiti i tt ld slit s.tiaul
exposure orl theini stiile puitrposes: they wish l ie i whichll
to prepare anditi al plans for the i tersectuliu n trotl su ttession
tof individuals. ei ganizaitions and peopltt titite (h t they lannot bribe
oi' cajole.
Ife l eabor listens i. he - sweeo t but pnis ied el r ds ti or its elie- I
ties., it digs. it own gravi'ie.t l
In satitn, tiiing ieeh fre ts ofH e i expl.i\ te .s. t inlpei's is tie
l.riyirlg onceoito i re thle i interests of ethe l te masses.
I". H. til. ohead of the teel 'Trust. is hlii Is sler!
tleir e ioli't. whyt s th i e t ltwhen l t'e gallizatii work aloitli g
ihe steel weourker i is R .ttding s liae. iln sbil lof t.he lpasu .ive
attitude of Plresidenlilt t lt is Ur , as7 a
No truce until lite exploites are deprived of their plower.
should he the answtt er tof lti I th the I laeniorous attivities nl
ol'f'iciabldom.
Siice the iabove iwas wrillen Iresideit ,tith iH n oft the New
lltl it i ledeate io lo has reptiiit a itled the altion anl i has state l I
that a committee appointed to investigate the high cost or liv-t i
ing hadt reeuicioended pa labor Iuit, on thelir vown resp ndUsibil
ity. Presiden t Hollak will revoke their appointmi ent tas a re
si-t aof the sd trli of protest t brou Il-leir t iedie s.
aii view laie f a thee disal d, ts. l di' , elllraks tio s ft cri- nllmpe'.'
pl- ihy o" always getting, 1111li t 'rt ll ildte were r ill arllllly plrli
lhel ie.
MORE CAMOUFLAGE.
Whether it is from a desire Io clnii the minds o' the people
with a nal in/lltagetd counter lovellemlil in order to keep the
ithe Aond ele(,liiii was stolen. or whether it in just woither ex
umiiple of their inane i(-thodl or tirnsil ting the countyi s busi
ness, the .oard or county commtissionler., ye'lerday gaia ed I
lthem-selves 1n the zentilh or unpoiii larity when they decided to
dispense with Iontily Atturney ,t.akso. l's dry squad.
The co mnnlis;i -ner's plea that their action is due lI a desire]
tW e-lonomize in coun.liy finances comes with bil little grace
when it is considered that but the day before they liad the s.tu
prerie crust to ask the taxpayers. who already are groaningrc
uinder excessive taxation (aused primarily by incimlpetence.
exlravagtanee and the distribution of patrog.llie. It saddle,
themselves with an addlitional burden of alpruximnlely $0t0il,
-00i-i o(tenlsibly for road purposes.
It has been rumored repeatedly that the ic(unty) commission
e's were ex.ep)tionall displeased w\ithl the w rinlk o(' the drys,
Union Stock Holders in the
BUTTE DAIL Y BULLETII
ITUNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA-Locals: Sand Coulee .
Stocket. Roundup, Lehigh, Klein, Washoe, Red Lodge, Smitf
(Bear Creek).
FEDERAL LABOR UNION-- Livingston, Great Falls.
MACHINISTS' UNfON--Great Falls, Butte, Livingston, Seattle.
CEREAL WORKERS -Great Falls.
T'YPOGRA'PHIC IAL UNrON----Butte.
).IACESM 'THS' INION- Butlte, Miles City, Seattle.
ELECTR!C[ANS" tN ON--,ivingston, Deer Lodge, Butte, Anaconda
Seattle.
IAKETRS IUN1ON.--- Great Falls.
SHOE WORKERS- -Great Falls.
PLASTRERERS' NION----Great Falls. t
RArITWAY t'AR REPAIPRERS-Livingston, Miles City.
M USIIlANS IN ION- Butte.
BREWERY WORKERS' UNION--Butte.
HOD CARRIERS' UNION --Butte, Bozeman, Helena, Seattle.
STREET CAR lMEN'S UNION---Butte, Portland.
BARIBERS' IUNON----Butte.
METAIL MINE WORKERS' UNION OF AMERICA.
PRINTING PRESSMEN'S UNION--Butte.
MAILERS' UNION---Butte.
STEREOTYPERS AND ELECTROTYPERS' UNION--Butte.
BRIDGE AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORKERS-Butte.
PIPEFITTERS' UNION-----Butte.
BROTHERHOOD BOILERMAKERS AND HELPERS--Butte, and
Livingston.
STEAM AND OPERATING ENGINEERS-Great Falls. I
HBUTCHERS' UNION-Great Falls.
BAKERS' UNION---Butte.
INTERNATIONAl, MOLDERS' UNION, LOCAL NO. 276--Butte.
LAUNDRY WORKERS' UNION-Butte, Seattle.
PLUMBERS' UNION--Butte, Seattle.
BROTHERHOOD RAILAY CAR MEN OF AMERICA, LOCAL NO
224---Miles City.
TRADES ANI IABOR COUNCTL---Miles City.
BROTHERPHOOD RAILWAY CAR MIEN OF AMERICA, COPPER
LODGE NO. 430--Butte.
BUTTE FOI'NDIIRY WORKERS UNION--Butte.
PAINTERS' UNION--- Butte, Seattle.
CARPENTERS' UINION NO. 1335 --Seattle.
TAIIORS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION---Butte, Portland.
BOILERMAKERS. SHIPBUILDERS AND HELPERS OF AMERICA
---Tocamno, Seattle, Livingston.
INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF BLACKSMITHS AND HELP
ERS. LOCAL NO. 211---Seattle.
WORKERS', SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' COUNCIL--Painters' Hall
Seattie.
BUILDING LABORERS UNION--Seattle.
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BRTDGE AND STI'RUCTURAI
IRON WORKERS AND PILEDRIVERS' LOCAL NO. 86---Seattle
INTERiNAT1ONAL ASSOCIATION OF MACHINIST HELPERS-Butte
ANDI) THOUSANDS OF INDIVIDIUALS IN BUTTE AND MONTANA
is-hiel.t's i i iitiy c it l eri)li. a itl( ' Sept. 15.t hII. llegit I'l't g ul
inishitiet' ,listillitg will ei raised ol, t ie , pigniily tf rte ,, izO t,
,,ol'f ,si,.lis ill Silver Jlaw 0','lililv .
h fett -xV lietd s i tril' betit'li'ts I ii dl'iiikiti lleg. il,_,it is ll. ille vili
hiunlinig byv Il. rguldarly c,,nstitulted .',unlt() authorlilies. il is
'riI. |H11 ill litai'd al[ lhe case. cs, i nty he stild. Ih10 H ei't ls w ('I'(
iintu e (,illy itfl'r lPelt ly Ililet(l'i l I.H t- ir iile |li.)tl'(w lir I:. IL. .lilii!
it
irh lli ll' I'ei'ii] (heerlII d ly, I)(smlrond, hlad applied to the coun
tI
- li, asisllOKE(, iOll iltkiVI NGhST OarieNt. ThIN A.sc tlis ho v
bitl \\ilh lh ( eXcepl tioini ofL ' till, mIlnipHPari vix-ely ife\/ il't-l.. flila lt,
ly tli( rt~ ilall'l coiis illiloI iilithtorilies, all airl'lsts fo.r Iboul
• g.ilip HIRli m ni ~shililiiig hli\o, tlOel mlade bt) tilt dry Hjiladl.
(Ill \iw oft i'o..it dlevelop~li.lien s Wvidel h .[i \ Ithil .,cti,.s of
lir (.itizeits il't ai'l.lig enia'i llelltii blilid l~ews aii{ II~lliit Pl' have
ltuiaally tlietI fl'rioni tll(e el'l'eels ,if' driinkinlg . ir \us hisklq. Ihe rile
olenin.' ilts delmi~llitiated (l. "ninaltsiltln !' in Ilullo. il. w ould
o(en11 thnti if Ihe countll[ lmaird ]lad lthe reak.iinteir sts ,o1 the. ipe7 -
l t. heari( t .ll rathellr thali lthoseo f t1 heir' Irieiids. th(, mInr hin.lll
e'.. Ilhe- .1r'$ sua wial \ ,iihlI le ili..leasoe ins(.tead ofl beilig dis
·liai'g(-'l.
I1' lthe Clitilllissioni(rs r ally miiant \\haI Itioy said abouti
i. chlarglip the lll surli lli; s help illI tli, \aP1ili. el in ly oflfl'ices III te
e ilitel'e.l l f cnitortl. \1'i Oll r i ,n i ll rf G ,i nllyl m dll oil
hotl woubilt niel withi the alilliov'al of all Iti po pl~eld , with the g
:xl'r inslioii ht llwo ] a keroil so., \\'lli h e b tih . Isignialionis hi theo
Econil om y)! Wlh!
LOCKE OF LIVINGSTON IN BAD. w
ivI
S' hiuvI Ilt 114Ž1444 ].aihhI 4it l t~I l ciie archld'\· Il~n q~ei' e itied a
S1h1o4 y I hel'url 144 ll4al t p a cdh u Livingston. stating thai th li(.ii r I4iŽ 1 ,1 '1iii be
ad j444It4Ž.eit l ag'a441lI \\ . i . uIntl ill eg ailimeI Ill speak at the
ai'hi' hainy '4iel4 a li1lh ill that u ilV. ýi
Tl'1 \'\AS .\ ifIAZi N Li IX M;\lli' (iii' OF' ' 1 \\h 11141 \
IA t'ill ANDt hAl) Ai3(I.tiU'I'LY NO, l0't)NDATiON IN FA(CT.
We have t he true4 fact in I he rase and give themi h erew~itlh
I Ilh( 'etllnlSt tit Ililt'filr ilŽ '" I lie .\lierician Legionii L iv
t111 z i c e i. A
,.,,tes iug iºI.llu' speaking was h.uti lit up, at t e request (l1' ,i
1411'l''l~ n 4i ~ rc IISh 121 I4Ži4I'ill~ 1141 Iltlc' <ijijl~ilrs ;~11 14 'pi
.(like. 11i14 I'IKI'lATEI) [Y AN tt'hi1l\\'IIIK:I\iI(i \IAhtil IT*)
in the 4u'1a11'tiili L444Žl'4Ž 11c 1 had111 o tii ullite ilyinlg dlispatchlI 44Žle4
U
iIIc~: it waas. printle gleefiull) by all of the streetŽ-wa lking *
As it -lilt it huis eff'oi'l 1 to 414*v lavj' w~ith the keejiel, 41 *
lip 41411 1ic4et. the slaverintg MI'. Lu444e is lust )li)1441 as' poua `
avill the~ r(Iiii'ii' s~lldtlh~'5 andi the wl.Ipkels it' Liviilgsliii a1t thet 0
W taethis Iretill~h (II' ielliriiiiii the co:n11411m4ant. to \'ir *U
I444'lk( du1. \' hilt \\'(4Ž 4141 d 11 nuit i 144ll laitt oll' 4 we1tl'eiIe tIa k.
4 i.4It Run41 it 1441r1i11 ' 44 1.4\4. u4 4 t ~ ýpi44Ik -it' the 4Ž4141414 i\ 44 - 41
~I. e.Iuke \\ Wih tol 4'41144414Ž4'a4I 114 h tW4 Ill' the hl4Žf44'1-14 lŽh4'l
alk V4e h4d withi the w44'it'4' ill Lix in;il.l Iitii 4444i Labor' da\", we:
tuggedl that1 thley- e plla 444441'4i4)' s 41u41 144414t Sit (14444le as \44'. a
Locke. C
LET DAY TAKE NOTICE.
IV14('il give', al44 Idea (i11' the 44'" tgalli it, adive4'tised li i.'1.141t1'\ I
M141'4's. (.i1111iii itle 14444 tw441 l\l 44 hilt th t Bre are 41'4411e41 h
lie4 441 the Hag-\\ax erx',' ad4vc4'tselnellts xvhith 4141414Ž 11444144 *
ra'lI4haple4Ž at $i.'' pier liox. 14441fŽt 'etil liliiey (*I'ali~ltj jleŽ at I
''.T 5. t441114441 141414 o14 111e '41411e lpi4'l' I4111tt141 the s~tor il 441lp
4Ž114Ž4 14 the. MIiller '11444 MtI4.. \Iag~ie' Hat1hawa~4y it' Steaeii-
'ifle ill whlieh that eminientl blldy a4'icl'' the4 de4Žta411itilli tha~t *
L'1aIa11114s ar4e rolttinlg inl lithe iter~ IRutl valiley tu ''1 nt4 '(11t1 aI~II
iiuarke1. wvitli te glo~wer's wailliitg t+, se11 at *$ I.:?; per' uux' +U
o (. It. t1he 4hipp1114g p4)int. !U
Is it 1iissihl4Ž that with 44'44ha141l1'- offere4di at1 $1.25) peri h4\I
iv o4we'444?' a1 51444'1 histanlee 14444411 Iniite, the ch~arge 14t "2 7-t
44 llIx boxlretil ilil Butte5 is44 nu i''iiiteei~ii? n
Nowa that the lhigh t'4st itl lipill;" iS-i14 hals 411 last el(144' ti44
I he sur'face. dont h e s41'pri'ied it \-(,n see a lot of wild 1114Ž4144144- i
~t4ga'414411d and yelling~: "Cal:44 at the luI'a104'r! Lookl att the'
'trallir! La41k ait tile w.4'k'4'! hen voni are 14lki.1iiI2 that
,a-ay you ca111 see the biag lrotiteer4ŽCIs. Ii
]I.Con flicling Thoughts I U
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OOD NIGHT th
tee
wit
_i,ý-COLU MN
t/f( ' "'N / J "
ed
dii
If you wait to
know anything, aske
the M ker. If you me
don't know any
thing, a s k t h ''Ti
If uc k e r . If you wh
know anything youash ai
know tth e uker. u ,e
don't know, tell it for
to the public wl
through the Muck- me
er's column. 111
Dee
Our deer prisident--the Hon. phi
• oodrow Wilson," the man whoose sen
gnomen contanes thirteen letters; asre
e man who is famous for his four- the
en points, is coming rite thru lMe
ontana, but--ain't it rather sig- abc
ficant? le will side-step the big- wit
st, liveliest littel city in the whole are
the United States---the city which pri
is as a barometer by which ihe wh
.polyuns of finance----the sure thing de(
eculators, or in the language of the
a street. the pot-bellied profiteers far
this country guage sentiment joy
hen they wish to put something cat
e'r oil tile working class, hut are
tertun as to how their actions will for
received. re}
Oh. Woodrow! WhV' dlost thou the
nlnnnn.nn.nnnanunnnnMnnunnna
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS I
Subscription Rates Are Going Up
TO KEEP THE BULLETIN UP
For the purpose of helping to maintain The
Daily Bulletin;
For the purpose of helping to make The Daily
S Bulletin independent of advertising;
For the purpose of having the subscribers bear
a portion of the deficit under which The Bulletin
unavoidably operates;
For the purpose of continuing to fight for the
people who toil;
For the purpose of increasing the effectiveness
of The Daily Bulletin.
SSuthbsribers to The Daily Bulletin on and 3
Safter Ot(). 1, 1919f, will be asked to pay the
afollowiing rates: o
One Month . . . . . $1.00 f
I Three Months . . . . 2.75
Six Months . . . . . 5.00
One Year . . . . . 9.50
The inaugurlation of the above rate. on Oct. 1 will not affect subscriptions
\lhich have been paid ill advance beyoud that date at the old rate. a
As The Daily Bulletil is conducted for the sole purpose of serving the peo- I
plh, and not for the benefit of those who exploit the people, the management !
(feels sure that all the present supporters of this FREE PRESS will readily
rcg'lize the necessit for the ilncrease i thie subseription rates and contiud I
their support. I
SI THiE BULLETIN STAFF.
Usss
urn down such 'n opportunity?
thy. oh! Why? Aren't you aware l
hat we have right 'ere in Butte I
lany thousands uf workin' men and
romen who supported yu loyally all j
tru the war, when yu asked for
elp, to make the wurld safe for;
emocracy. Even tho yu surround
d yerself with flag-waving patrio- t
eers of the dollar-a-year variety c
rith the chance to graft throwed in,
'Tis tru we are ankshuslty waitin' f
ur yer own explunation of.the cum- 1
leet sumlinertalt yn have taken re
a'rding nearly all of the famous
'ourt een points."'
'Tis tin, if yu came to Butte 'n i
sere accessible to the reel peeple I
,I this kumunity, yu mite find it
liffycult to explain amongst other t
inportunt things, why yu abandoned 3
he self-determinashun of small na- t
ions, including Ireland. India,
gy pt, Roosha and Htungary 'n why
be United States government is so
fetive in opposing the Soviet govern
nent which' 90 per cent of the peo
tle of Roosha are in sympathy with.
Tis tru we mite ask yu to explain
,hiy we are assisting Kolchak and
iis group of reactionaries in their
'fforts to re-establish an autocratic
oram of government in Roosha-
then. accordin' to yer own state
nents. we entered the war for the
inselfish purpose of helping all
ieepuls to establish, a government,
mnd the rule of the majority.
'Tis tru---we might ask yu tu ex
lain why Debs and other repre-i
tentatives of the working class who
ire seekin' to establish democracy in
he industhrial life of the nation.
dlen whose heart's desire is to bring
iboot a. conditun which will do away
,ith all wars. Why, we mighit ask.
ire they languishin' in the feclerul
srison. while the kaiser, the man
whon Ithe press of this country has
leclared was the original cause of
he war, is still a free man, and so
'ar as is klnownl will continue en
loyin' the lItxurys which his wealth
aon secure himli?
Is it possible yu have at last.
lonld yurself and the noonterns
'eports of yer actions. contraditin'
[he thots yu once exprest in the
'Nu Freedum" merely confirm Karl
Marx's analysis of an international
Booshwa.
If the above is untru, what has
becumn of the democracy yn idealized
so pursistently durin' the war. In
so far ez the workin' class is con
cerned and more espeshully those
who are fightin' the battles of that
class. The guvernment is still con
trolled by the same malignant in
fluence described by yu in the ' No
Freed l im."
Is it possibul the wurld has left
yu asleep at the switch and that yu
nay wake up some of these days to
find yerself mitey lonesome. Yes.
mnitey lonesome, indeed , !
Aw! For the love of Mike. put out.
the lite and go tu bed. What do
yu suppose the prisident cares what
a blinkety blunk Mucker thinks or
sesa?
Whenever my side kick says a
mouth full like that. I find it best to
agree, so good-nite Mister Mucker.
ANOTHER M UCKER.
FAMOUS WOMEN
O - o
Harriet Beecher Stowe.
A book that convulsed a nation
and brought on a civil war. The
book was written by Harriet Beecher
Stowe. It was called Uncle Tom's
Cabin. Fiction in the long run is
the only form of statement that car
ries conviction. Uncle Tom's Cabin
was made out of the burning ma
terial called "The Anti-Slavery
Question." Harriet Beecher Stowe
was born in 1811. She was of the
famous Beecher family, and the sis
ter of Henry Ward Beecher. She
was the wife of the Rev. Calvin
Stowe. She had gained a personal
acquaintance with the handling of
fugitive----and the novel was horn.
Its succt:s has never been equalled
by a work of fiction. It was tranes
la.ted into 19 languages. It was writ
ten amidst severe home cares and
slender means: but the "divine
spark" seems to demand these in
centives to climb into the torch of
sower.
F i.IMIA1irlll illlIlIIIIlII.EE

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