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SATURDAY. SEPT. 6, 1919.
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ADDED EVIDENCE.
If anIy ftti'llhe, froit olheer tltu whal Ies alread1 ,,lnt I,,
light ill Iatle were IleCle(l ill slll, anlialiIn ,' IlIf e 1tlteliti.i
i'epf etel ('li;eiCgcs fliat the Heulllilgselln Iir4c.tll(c e compllln)tuly \'l;s
guillft tof rfI i leeliriifg a1iii IPoiPI'41i141 .( f lt;oo4 ileessities as a
j()illllt IIif)jIIf lif.iy ow(, e4' b "y the l ii ii) 1 (i .gsen i ('lilafo ) y of" fluI' el _',
Iurni.lshes iI.
ANIP) THll' ,I", IPI'tT II" T'II UNITI I)Nl l'rI STATl.S DISTIIICT
AVT(TIHRN l;Y F'P II WAS\\\HINIITI IN 11( \WVS TIIAT I" T'F TL -
L+ P(IUNIPA\;I; OI" I4PUTIi-HY STP)I1IlI AND .IIZi;I. -3.
.. (- IU.o[NI).P WA\V.t\ .T i: lI.Eli IIFT lll; IIT ENNIN+iUSEN (0 PM -
IP;\NY'S fl TTl: VWA.\II;H.L .'I. This ulrtlicc lfar ]lot of poultry,
the repolrt shluows. was stored in (.elober andl Novenlher' of last
Sear antit was held 40e1' Iti t 'viel' 0141 lprtliumally was ii sto
age for the alnpose of' malkiuug a "''killing'' dtnring the coining
winter.
hut it 1i ul44 onl the tleien ilgsel's l i tte w\, ol'elioise lhalt Iud
potultry hl udtil'detl. I'' tlhe VWasthiigtolun dilstrllc tUl'rney'ls reporl
shows t.l4 lhalt hero were seiz .' 1:38I: loiiIuiLs 4 rouslet's
so'(ed I 44 the HIazelw\,tl (crntitertI' ot' Spokaneo. a lI'e'liiiig sein
sulisidiar',. ),u4l Ann'tioiui &C., Co 4dt alliel with the Henning
seas: & 177 jtou~ltlS 'stl't'l t4or th&o Heiiningeii comipaiivs
lParflili4I. (lie.. hi' ni'li $1.3 4(4 l)41i(s 5t44i'C4 'or the Packing
1l44u.,Ce ,'shrketl ol' Sl4Okunei 1nal I7.<00. loitinils .5st44eid for lihe
Cninnie'cial t'ea neiy' .tmm4 '- of Spokuiie.
'The H-hzelwoo.,l e'I'eaiaei'r nf 'l'pokaie is well known 144 lie a
.luhsi4liary of' ilhe H ei iuigse'ii Pi (lalce co Ipani of .uhitie, f ltc
while lpo ilie evideni.e is lackii ', the indit.lioit.is aic that the
Jacking ilou.se market 4tn4 the I onilneteial Cu'eamery cot.ptauiuy
also ale i-eniuiiigse i lit ibulzin.
Aiidi till this 'i l q tlt +10iiily t f i4u4l4 ry w\'as htelale? ini sio tirge
Inlst fall anl eurl'y last winter antI was held tover the wiiitei' anl
Stiirlnlei' ii'estimttly uS n metns of' eatling an tli'icial si.hotI
ige aiind fl'a'cing f41'ite.C l'tr ('hiti kel hs tils tnilig wiiite' to unt
heniti 1' levelIs.
ANIP T'i'W FI\AC'T I AI:M+\INS THAT II" SUC. QUANTITIES
()F NI,;El):IEI) F(I(),S A-IIE FI"UENI IN STUIRACE IN THiE IlIEN
NIN(SEN (C(.I IANY' SPIJK.\NE WAFII:I;Io'SE. IT STANIIS
rT.O EI':.xAS(IN TH\T IQ' L, OIf EVEN LAIItIdII STOES O1,
Il(IIAlPE) 1O)l(IIS C.\N 1II F'(NI'N 'llt'U l) IN THIE li:N
NINOSEN COMP'ANY'S MAIN W\\.\II'iIILSE IN IIUTTiL
1n United tatles llisIriel A\ttorney e F'rauici.s A. iiur' t at'
Sitok.u. . it aiti ii'e s lal thoa t tolfe ledlei'nl delaulrl.i.lelit oI', justice
lilt il t lIoIfile oI' W\\ sl.hing ,t), lhate ' nt ofl i i, i l who is 1015s('i
cutious u)il is 1 williiing It ) n l u t t+ai-ious 144 I Cit 4e'li' n the s5Vtorl
d( lie CS 4 his tttlince.
IN CO,(NTitl\T \VITII .\TIOr<INIY U~t;.itllT'.ll, \VI, lPlt
ilI (IF MINT.\NT \ ti.\\l: UNITEll STATES V I ISTIIICT AT
I N:,IY I,. I'A. ID\AY .+ HfI'IN.. L'EII-YN+EPO LI. l IltlAIH
gallKI.'D I '1 11t. ]N "\* < L c+Ivi']l )s u a) I+]\ HI.I sur+ reITr<.:\I a\N I
lll'l.Ip'e a I lltt lllat ilriel \l( ' lllilklIe il \'il ll l' i ~tlle l f ilth
\Vaishinllt Llal. \\til l'ild befor I mt ll' i IftN l .h\aVili7 Ibulll ilt o t a, e \ i
.eii il'' .ltr e1iltl1e1 l the lIIeiiuintc g ii's ill \\Iir. i ill'nr l aid thei i Ii
|'i.,c ll'le l~i'." ltio r':ltl i'.l· Iz'l'liqlf ·~ ,i ll')', iiJ (r io ~l~ ltul
IN itT'll'rl'. T'i.., IA t\AV'1 I:VIEII Y Il'.\SN TO IlAI';tl ;'l .
AiGE.N' I'T (O1F T"1'11' Il'll>T,\l'l' .% ll ' . 'l' F ll i (l'l iI.\H VI', 1'
(CI'RE']I EI'\II NCE(,' W~ill~i 11A\ I' NiI)I' HIT'I )IY Ill']l LX I.I1
hllFOl .\111. I AY .ANI AS I411(. P.ITL' 11 I' tI. SSlI1 clltll
III1M.
TI herei' i.. li d bti il t ell i ull il it o1f aiii1,% e' ilizo ln of H lio h io
li!.s. thtatt ti e stiteiieI es here are liierall htiiliiig \viti vast
ti.Ji. lil ~rill llt' .li'.'l illl'.0 tit'l 'l' iii';l)l Ii~li'/t~ll) I.liiil' \'ith \li~l (
Iaries oi h allitle tolle There . ll i Is il.l lla I bi Ilia l. Ihlit ih o h
\i. vini to i wa\eihouitls4l t Mr. Ilia \\bili nalfloili5rliate be- .
lc iltllr I lieed uadtl Ithere ilil i t11( o daoilu ht ili lle miids ( the i
Itoiia' lli'.!.'l.'ocl ii i, Ih l't' l.! \ 1\.5 ii. (htill ill1 tlll(. iliiiitl. e\-l' h 'e
leoitl~ e thil iiiutlle' wvilt vast 1u1811ilies. it Iirdeii lJoods
\vcI' 41istc .i e.v i v M.l'. li lay. ht- wttliI itisl tillie lito se.10o1
against i lie ltcilteilg hi rilers.
(l, sevetral 44lnitiI e ilils the hilel il il as ahiresseil leli.ilttoi in
Alttrney .) e i eu.liliii'l er thai t, Ilie Irokeil and j.in(ll nI lliattl
h r. [illo > l e still ili iilV t lijni lsei alil. a .l. i .i t nlul , ,llestiillel.i s
ii(ne1tŽ5' atni abd iIity e a Ppinlet iin his .ii ill . 'it da t uthioing s
hiais atstilt 441 it miltil liy\ (,lktittil 5 ... ienil\, api tiren.llly le litre
ill hii. offli.'ial Ipo.ili,,i andii nt i ,lo I,, ea . l y.l) f'.llign cl \w iti hii. lIi- .
toriou-s duties 41 dla'ii\ iti lbl c niiihlv salary Is tiii.ld ,
Slates (liltjit atti.'lit) a d i, i8iv' a t atriil a iol Itelena.
AN i NP I\V THI 1IPE Lt A\l-I IHILCCMINI TIfllEi OF ("
WAITIN( lF.ll THil'il lFIIAlS TO I. Till,]li IL)TiY.
\\hiether the I Inlited Slates (htl icit tlitlirney or his 5li11e'rior,
At ttruiey Ueiieiral Pailwr. knows ii tr noti there is every evi
denee th t hlit, ph o it ilcers are irepaJi ig hi r '1 bo 11(11iiiful harvest .
of il-gitll iiii polits in Bltte ,luring the ('iiuliig wititer. .ANI
FOIl 'PItHl INt'.iMAIiON (IF 1. MIt \11%ll1 \1E \VOLLl) SAY
THEIII"I 1i I.Vil.ilYi" tI\1NC(1; TIIAT' \\'tlkN 'T1H11: I)RL'] FO1l
P1lOFITl'S HlY TilfI HUiAKlil.lS liD il NS. 'iotHE PlOPll Or
.1 LtTT' \VI I.I NO LOI(NI IRL !P IN.IA SiAN HlitCHiI, AN lI
Ii PL'l.1;It. iT WILL T1,\1k.1 , I\11S IN'io TItlIR
THE BUTTE DAILY BULLET.
SOWN HANDS AND SEE THAT JUSTICE IS DONE THEM
AND IIETIIIIU3TION ACCORDED THE BABY-IIOfBEIRS.
PERTAINING TO SCABS.
Theie is a striike on ill his camp at tile preseni tiime; mena
have lefI'l their emplo. mencI in an endeavor u o'c lie the em
itoying ctmiiilpnics to agree to awage anld w orkiug coriditions
Ilitit the companies would not willingly grant.
Somie Jew mei have seen fit to debase themselves and bring
shame ulpn their rl Iam ilies by doing the work of tihe stiikers;
they aire "scalbi1g" on their fellow worlers.
We do nsot believe lihat many of these ieii rea lize tHe full
enorlity ofl tlihe crime lthe are committing ag ainsl Ithemselves
itd lie w\o. kigiii class: scal bing-treason to tie w\\oriker's--is
hlie unllrdotill e crilie. and ignorance is [he ouil excuse that
cant cecii portially justify it.
"FIr, tie bcnlefit of those misguided ones who still believe
wta loy ily to Ihe cxpMlo ilers should be placed Ieifore loyalty
I tihe workilg class, we publish the following roii t1 ihe Cobalt
!.Labor News:
"aIDEFINITION OF A SCAB."
"At .0 .,spilacy trial, held in England. [lie riosecuting
Icounsel gave the following definition of a scab:
"'A scab is to hIis lrade what a traitor is ito hIis .ounry, and
Jh ough bolth may lie [seii1 in troublesome times Ihey are de
lested iby all when Iealce rletlurn, so when idel p is needed the,
S-cal) is the last lto colfribut e assistance and tice fiorst to grasHp
Slie leel'it hIe never labeied to secure. lIe cares oily for him
selt; lie sees iot heyold the exlent of a day, and 'or a miomein
Iniy a1pro ha [io, he \\iwouil betray his friends, family and coun
try. I] sliIt h is a traitor on a small scale who, first sells tlhe
iouirney maq h amid is atl tewards sold in turn by his employer,
iintil at last he is tdespised bboth and deserted by all. He is
iii eiinemyi to himsell. I(, the present age and to all posteriy.'
"'Enaut sold his bi r Ihright for a mess of pottage.
Si'Jllas iscariul sohl his Savior for thirty pieces of silver..
"Benedic Arnold sold his ciumntry for the pr, miise of anr oI
licer'Ls .oninissioii in the English army.
"The iumodern striikebreaker sells his birthllright his counLtry.
tlis wife. hiis childien anad his fellow \vorknman for aa un nIul
lilled prominise fioni a [ti'st of corporation.
E sau \\was a traitor to himself; Judas Iscaciol w\as a traior
1o hIis GIod: leunedict Arniold whs a traitor to his iountitry. A
SI ikebreaker is a traitor to Iis God, to his country, to his fam
ly a id to hiis class. A real man is never a st rikeliceaker. BE
A MAN, aid Joiii [he ouganizationi oh your clas!s
. .1.... . i .... Jili li ...LI.. . O jlJI... L.. .. .. . . U J . .. I. . . . ..
FINANCIAL BACKING OF THE LEAGUE
OF NA TIONS.
The Abel'dieeii (1Vusli.) IDaily News, in it iissue ,I' Sept. 1.
lionders eilitorially ovei thie qtieslion of whli i is payiig for [lie
Iluitisatnirls of dolla's \\ortih ot falvoiabie publicity i'oiicerni'ig
It l le tLeag o' Natiuisn seni oul b01 thie Wesltern Ne\wslpulpe'
I: nion--t he eomnlpln -y that tia a i n o. li oly tilhe "'boilel,
Iplate sel'vice---l'ree o'f clhai'ge.
It seelms to ius thal w\ith siuclli bodies as thlie Iicotoioiis Nuational
Scluri'i.v league iii existenlc:, withl Loil NorlolifTe coiitrolliirg
i, goodly piel ceCtaiit.ge 0lf the daily Ia.per's, wilih lhe iltlerlllatiolial
illniic iall Il ]nildeli'hluitd comi'liiosedi ot'f the glreat hboiikinlg syridi
aitl.es sluch als th.le 1iouuse of tMorgalll ii the U'iiteed States. tihe
Iottischlilds interests ill (;Gret Jr'iaini. the el'edlit ilyoiniiaii s iii
Faiilce, all t''ivgiii' the League of Natios, lhe Leti oil shoutld
liot ie Ihairtd It ulnsi\\er.
The LoeagiIe of' nalillns is sinply Ithe tld '"aJlahince of p1uver"''
in a I'esti garb.
It is iln allianclle I' thle iilmpei'ialiss t'.' thle supprel. ssion otl'
wiliikers" govei'imei lniits all ovel the \\ori, ton thie i.ii'oteeti oii
it' capital iii all ciiitiries aUin lor the exploilation ot the iiidiis
liialliy uidlvelopled ,coi iiltries suclh ais I lia. Southli Al''rica, Mlex
ii,. Persi i anid RIussia.
The iiitelitioiis ot' the i'lrlei's ii' the league (,ovtellauitl ale
tI biiid ilie vo'i'kers 01' all couiiiit'ies lit chiai'iots ut' the exploil
iiing iliss vwillti (h'liiis 1 slteel miiiil goldi: t, iutlilessly 5OuliPress
by lhe I.lsiian'kiuaii iuetiod. "'blood iiaill ipoii : Nupoleti'S
•'wvhiiT tl it'g.laie-sliot." all iiv.iiieiints of the olpiiessed 'or
g '71'uler' ot'li rt i il a llI i idst'ial frll'eei timiI.
Fur these trt.ioses a lio'tioi o' the 'albulos wealth ,coiiied
lol'lt lie nise.yt' Ihue wiorkiiig class of ithe woi'tli during the
bi, is beiiig hivishel il p'tonigainth. ith the itdeu otf Iie'suad
iig' the Ieolde toJ ipllg'e theiir o\vi bitter'..
''ieie is tii lultk il Ilullid'. ton ilie w.,rkepst have alwa\s beeii l
g'elieroiils ith Ithl eir iii tlleril's.
U
HESS WA S RIGHT. 3
lhe early ul.]aign.iiig odiiai e. r', enitly deteutlel by the cit' "
uouiliicil. would ihave ate.el tc i'iiuu'uutll"y the small sltores i
ull'i Ilvig distlicts, rulln geneaily by Itinldiidluais tio whom tihey
Iurnii shl ltieil' onlly mieails ofl' i\elilioo,.
Mlaniy of these stoires aei . ruin i nilners' vtidows anid elilri
evi'pilled ill the m Iiiiilnng ilit sirl~y.
The 1 titnihde oif A\loern'iiia Ile's in iiutting ihe oiiiiileil Oil
i'e.,iii'd ol h is otudiceirilite. ,oilii~tiioil solppoelise to hlave tleeti
'athered ,ly the big iIp-tlowii reaiiiler's. while lmisuetiiitei'StOOd by
silllme. is dcsei''viig o.' euiiedailei n . Aon As Alderman tHess
stated til the council nieetilig. lis tortipse ill bi'inginig it be
Iolie that biroy was to ensure its 1uecisiv't det'eal; in this lie was
scleiiu'issi l aurt · it. i to bl e hopetl t. t 'loi inClie'is like Sl ioiins.
Ieiiiessy's. throph"ys Liitey' s iial (:iiiell's will cease to i' a
timie intlemitiititig Io liile,'Cexit ineedy persons I'i'itni earning a liviig
Iv ol 1 e'al ig sinai] ir e tail es t ablish iii C il s.
U
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BRUTALITY IS REWARDED. I
No\\' tiut the mixy cutniil his ,hten lii make Phil Pi'ljn a
secoild present of $300--$500 havilng been given him previ
oisly--- it is In ie exliCted ihait the ex-chier oi' detetlives, tii.i
I should linesent a claim to the ''inuiil for dthinations. Pr'iia pre
s.aiinbly has been rewaided with ii 8s of the taxpayers' inoiliey
liii: iiutalit>' tih\wvaitd a priso...n'. At that [ile. on comipaiativei *
ndegi'ees nto bl'utailitv. M,.htii'i'ry s bliitl stadilr a good cham.e ut'
Ibluiiiiing several tiioinsanids. iii tenet. fion the city tIeasurI)'.
Aud. in the mtie'iiiiliile. the mliavuun' aliih council tlhk leal'iiedly
o( 'oiisep'\ati of i .itl t'Uiiul.
,lust iniagilie lit a dite'i'eiii'e it xvouhl have made in the
-world it' Geiue 171ebs had been iii lhe iusi iion and htiw the poxw'er
nif \Viuil.rtnw \Vilsoii tfo' the list lxit years.
liv liie wa>' I le xxo rker's I il\e ii t'iguire to imaike hthe I a'l n
I
el ies liet the gl'i'e'y bill we uiigiit soo.tito be a liatitmn
ma Int'Ilinianl.
As Iluii-.s Ii'n lii. lhe nu-iiai'rtecul miiinituiiii price 'or wheat
ImIiieanl only ii glialintei'i hiss Iii' the farmer. ll , Ii
IN. Satur'day, Sept. 6, 1919.
01 The End of, a Perfect Day 1
":. ':::i:'k r
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SGOOD NIGHT
. COLUMN
"1E 1NUCKER U
1·l
r - `
If you want to
know anything, ask
the Mucker. If you
don't know any
thing, ask the
Mucker. If you
know anything you
know the Mucker
don't know, tell it
to the public
through the Muck
er's column.
Deer Mucker: Am sending yu a.
fu definishuns wich sum folks mite
say are wise or otherwise.
Trooth--The rele meening of this
word is praktikally unknown
amungst the supporters of our pres
untl sistum of industryal Amarky.
SThe naked trooth is avoidud ez sedu
lously by the hired word mungers
of the capitalist class ez is the nod
in art; by the prunent old charakteri
who objects to poster bein displaid
on the treets of ballet gurls. but is
ushally found in the verry frunt row
when the show coms to town.
Cousistuncy--Thou art a jewel-
rarely notised in the colyums of the
kept press and absolootly, ignored by
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I their support. U
  I t,' THE BULLETIN STAFF. a
L a enIh wIU hI h hf U a ha i PUi PWl hI a.UE l!hhIE !UEU i ml . ii.
.g.
edjucators, minusters, writers en
politishuns whu are interusted in
the defence uf the stattus quo. Page
Woodrow Wilson!
Camooflauge---A term brot into
prominents during the "war," mean
ing decepshun. Methuds now yused
by profutears en industryal autokrats
to hide the gross injustice and cor
rupshun of our krumbling soshul sis
tum.
Scab--Ore strikebreaker-An en
nemy uf the hewman race- -a cootie
on the body of progress; a traytor to
the wurking class, or as the caputal
ist press deskribes him, " a hero."
Man wants but littel here below.
en wot he waans he gets; in uther
wurds, as Shakespear sed "Blessud
is he whu expects but littul for he
shal not be disappointed."
'Umph! did ya say Shakespeare is
not guilty? Alrite hev yer own way
mebbe it was suns uther guy whu
rote sumthing thet was trooer then
he knu.
Say, Mucker, I'm 'sprised at yu
leving Miss Hazel Nutt too the tender
murcy of Mister Will B. Rich; that
fello thet wurks in the bank over in
Sleepy Gulch--ain't yu afrayed she
will fall for a name like thet? En
the next thing yu kno thur will be a
SMissus Will Be Rich.
Reely. I'm provoked to think a nise
gurl like Hazel wud deniete herself
by assoshiating with such peepul.
From wot she rote about himn I can
see he is a booshwa, en ez yu all kno
the booshwa class hez prooved itself
inkapable of being sinsere; en the
"war" hez shown them to be willing
to sackrifice trooth, honor, loyalty
en even the political demsokracy
which is the fundymental basis of
our republic-if enny of these grate
principuls interfere with their prof
its. Your frend,
A. DICKSHUNARY.
TEAMS'TERS RAISI, WAGES.
San Francisco, Sept. -.---Contract
ing teamsters have acct'ptcd the new
wage list of Teamsters' union which
raises rates $1 a day for all classes.
The old rates were $3 to $5.50 a
day.
1 I I_.
0
1 Today's Anniversary.
o 0
Henry Hudson.
On Sept. 6. 1609, Henry Hudson,
having anchored at Sandy Hook,
sent forward five men in a boat, who
passed' through the Narrows sound
lug as they went. They were attacked
by two Indian canoes, and John Cole
man, an Englishman, was killed.
This was the first blood shed in these
waters. The place where he was
killed is still called "Coleman's
!Powt." There is a celebrated picture
which. to the writer's thinking. is
full of pathos. It depicts the wooded
S ISa' in'r., i siiand t'vo
Indian chiefs peering through the
.,SP fonlage o I no forests. wat',t
ing, wide-eyed. a ship passing up the
river: Henry Hudson.
O
FAMOUS WOMEN
o 0
Charlotte Cordlay.
She was born in 1768. She was
guilotined in 1793, during the French
revolution. The "crime" was to hav\'
assassinated a tyrant, Jean Paul
Marat, the president of the commune.
"One man have I slain to save a hun
dred thousand." were her last words
on the scaffold. She was a girl of
the provinces, of great beauty, of
greater force of character. After
fruitless attempts to enter the dwel
ling of Marat, she gained admittance
under the preteit of selling him
fruit. She rushed to his bedroom.
and stabbed him while he was in his
bath.
BIRITHS.
Born, Sept. 1. to Mr. and Mrs. A.
Dahlbcrg, 537 West Silver street, a
son.
Born, Sept. 4, to Mr. Iand Mrs.
Rudolph Reckckick. 2723 Phillips avc
nue. a daughter.
Born, Sept. 1, to Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Oben. 138 West La Platte
street, a daughter.
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