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I I;y .:.ea fro the the fia:al _ balcony of e h 'h ~, ~~~ REAG H T C A S STR0GLIE IN TE TNT-R t OF TH WORE~I A. , $d .R~h Roms .....292 subscribers 1Fl Cano a /ýý Paper is "ýý 1, tq VOL. III -No 63.w __ ~'BUTTLý, MONý41 MUN]t)\AX, NO\'EM)ER 1, 1920.~ ___ __ RRESPONSIBL FORLAW VIOLATI T10Saviors, of the wo kingman's home. the Post and the Anaconda Standard--who have been here aj the time, he just 4e;~ that th liquor Jfaws are i'g ºi>t . In the last two weeks the two rand old organs of democryiave been reinforced by the personal presence of John D. Ryan d Ci e hee tw gente n issu any manifestos co the s of the liquor trffic during the many month these vi io have Jh cotM e? ThEY I"V NQT Attentin,S Wrgchrs, Che &ers and All democratic volunteIr:vatOhers must be at the polls to. . miorrow not :later :tan 7I a.. :'They should iinsl&t On aeeing th.at the ballot-boxes are emipty before the voting starts. All supporters of the dem9grsatl tandI;~sitt houlI i~oimem Seor that they have not done their full duty by simply voting. 8tay arpund the polls and help your watchers and checkers. S~e that your ballot is counted as cast. Otherwise it will prob ably beltolen. Watch the ballot-boxes during the day and see that no tam pering takes place with the ballots. See that no sub.stitutlons are made. Wathoh the count until the returns are posted outside the polling booth. See that the ballots are sewed up and sealed. Accompany the balilIt-boxes to the clerk and recorder's office, Demncratic State Chaniran Gives res lndicng a Landslie for Entire Ticket (Especial. to The Bulletin.) H e a,:,, o. 1 -Tin a fQrmal statement reviewing the caup.r n no6w closing, Judge`J. E. Ericksoi, hairman of the democratic state central committee, dee, es that. B.: t Wheeler, for governor, and the rest oft!i demo cratic, stte tand county tic kets will sweep the tate in* tomoriW's election. Judge Ericksorn claims that Mr. Wheeler will have a majbrity of not less tha~i 15,000 over 3. ' Dixon, .he A. t . (M.-republican candidate. Judge Ericksson's statenezint follows: '?"1 hatV visited personally mnau.y Ptiits of the staite in the past mlionth. in addition cwe luveo t:eeivt'd reports·fiiln sonme 1,200) prfcinct comlnmitecmtien, antd' a conlpilal.ion of these shows that at the lowet estCI mntt Wht elo't for governor vwil c.ery thed ttle by froiu' 15,009) to 20 000, that the other candi dates tiln the state ticket vwith idt.' will rum' buit little below i.in, az)i that :Cosx snlt Boose volt will carry the sttme by aj subst4htial nia.jorit*. I 'am not stiprlspoi jy the reports which lh vO ome to the stust cuonmuitt ANA'bYPSIS OF COND)ITIONS. "T he iiinrnibiems o'I'4th "armer lhabo*r »10ig in Montank num her most of these i'o 1arrild ad they will, cast 90, 000 vothsm :'"'Admitting only. 80, 000"):of thei o arie 'cast f for the odem atib ticket, tlhat is a good staut.: i.4d~0 to these are'"20, 000 driad men, ilmny of them nitmrrmi ,and from tijIs group the demnuOtt tic ticket -illI get 15, 000 aore v`otes. Tliis' Makes a total -i.01;,000 votes,-which'may safely be i"coonted democratic. Addedtto these are sO5.Od demo crati 'ot `affiliated with any of the .,Ii) tlis eg Ut.atrted. 'ti"s jibt r'espects' Ahe cam ixmlt.,i Mota4ua this year has !i lagm e. Tie deinio i.rtts i it er a, d dinuring this campalg ti either then newspaper or--0fl.n l .a1i support it has lc4j =onsti . it has 14a _ teim oppostion of ten ad nercan ti.I- ss ,riiia. But e, ` ad on their it "te mtonsyl, gt not 1 i.of th larger buss iQ 4ra td o Page Two pft crac wacohers ºn4 C + A t; o aionaed obe at the pols .whpa they are opened- a do re aIi er e until they re col ed4. Km p your mouh closed And don tnfetfere whefb everything is regular, biut wLen te crooked work S ct: at ppce,.aad act decieijly. 'n u " ag F. ..- . .,.. .. e..wag s.,.: . e min'!- d the c en v, 'Vi.. thos ;e bats gland ,onhe-u º s--,I ee ·s -·t· - '* $··* .. . . •ý r es:.~ ie tke e o r v - e t i c a t f r r e w o r y u l SCEE Oif EBI Much Enthusiasm Manifest ed for Wheeler and penm ocratii Ticket at w ly Ield Saturday Night. The following telegira with refebences totth dtmrocrdtle rally 1eli at (Grest I s Saturiday night bgs bexe}rcoled by B. Andersou: 'La rcst mreting over held here.. `Also .held t. i verflo w tw meetings amid& great enthuslli tim. aGoeige L. s~insey, the ilelena jankper, JUitnee i ývder fui' adrdress and made you Qmaty TO All DECENT OII NS Vdte for the demnocratic can digat eo the O At Z ' OWW aorif gq.vi ei thQ f l e ple, - [or the people ant by the peeo pie, instead of gvtptnmet of tie people, for thiPe A.. ,t h the A. C. M. hirelings. THAT WA REDUCTIO 2Vr. Qon F. Kelley, in a sttement a& uted to him in the loca(l copper-press, denies in no shape, form or mabner the chargl'0m.ai the Bulletino o the effect that a wage-cUt is con temnplated., Mr. Kel1ey merely states thf the Bulletin Ites. This does not settle the matter, however. In February, 1919, the A.. . M., gf~~ntering into an agreement with the other big pro ducers to curtail production at least. .4p cent, cut wages one dollar in this camp. There was a strike. Trops were brought :i 4nd tehe miners were :driven back to work. Copper at that time had suffered a dr.ibecause of the ending of the war, but. was still selling above twenty cents. Todb y i't i. iling below fifteen. SBecause of the strike the A. C. M. w:as lter forced to restore the cout, but has been await ing an opportunlty to again reduce w -i6g SThe whole crtailnment Ipoliy of th.e.g.copper producery a. pen with the Idea in mind of starving the miners to the pI.ot wb~h. they will acept a wage-reducotion without too much protest. tFir Kelly can call the Bulletin a liar¶ ui h,. is black in the 'face, but this does not alter the fact that the Pig Four in the copper 1idustry have agre#d toa poli9y of curtailment, fol towed ty ya reduction hi wages. WANT ADs PllS i-e . or o ts f. Me i, nWd i " e J ho . cosier. s -th., ar at p.ti g.thin :te apon t re , .ia cts o hn .office and .do decive ,. der .m...as'.n.e.ut....,.rif , or.an'. have uc.. .o , that if el to ofice will i ofofc ahih'nhanny tmnt LC _9 O# . TMHEY COIF D°tT THE IP llSflNlG IAM1p Ti lpO0T LEGaGING IF THJY WI$HlS D TO, _ANUPi NO Q LE CAN.-.. UNDER PRES.NT .,O.IfiONS. .. FHAVE THEY DON~E $.41 THEY HAVE NOT. INST Ab THEY i PASSED THE WORD. DTO .W W DE OPEN," QR C0LOE OQ'LYi THOSE WHO WERE tPA ING TRIBUTE AND AVOWItN ALLEGiAI.%Al F..I L$8 OWliNED BOpY AI SOUL BY THE A. .'m . At any time since the prphlbition e sire vaspald, 'Pgon Kelley and John D. Ryan could have hid it t forced by simply saying the word. Do they not own the government of this county ,andi,;ve they not owned it for many years? They now produce from theirtr;inpr cpnsoit~hss a s psm of virtue. Their iapers shout abou ,!aw'enfiWrement. .. Have they just discovered that the iquor and genmbllng laws are being broken? Yet Ryan .ani Kelley through their publicity organs now have the crust to tell us to vote for the individuals whO oWli (ke their orders from them and Roy Alley, as others have ihrthe past. This paper takes the posit on that rotten moral .Iqthins are chiefl!y' thOe ouc1. Of rotten social, economic iana poi:.ial contltIpi s. If w le vate " the state and cotn poUbleart ticket we vote to opntnuea these conditioqs,'to p #q i' dIce men wlo are in entire accord with the policies of the Ahnaopda Mining comprony, the ppoles :that have made this 'city a post hole of poverty, disease, crime and vice. THINK BEFORE YOU VOTE. DON'T' VOTE .BEFORE YOU THINIK, AS JOli P. RYAN, CON F. ii LLE AND THEIi R BOUGHT. Dol - P.p-P .Ip ;CAN DIDATES' WA4tNT YOU TO DO. The mines of Butte will run when the price of .Opper suits 'PFlaming Coffin" John and. his .three collboraft,:,. In other copper fields--and no agitators will stop ,the. Caarlsqn 's Real Record, Following is a letter from L. V. Jenkins, chief of police, Portland, .re., stating uneguivocally that George W. Carlton wias DISMISSED from the Portland police force. Carlson, with a record of dismissal from .the Portland Police force, with a reard- of having .luabbed one man to dceath, beaten Mrs. Rask, proprietress of the iostoqn block so as to seriously injure her, now, after. four years and a half in Butte .wants to .he .l.ed sheriff. Is he the kind ofr a sheriff you want? If not, rote for Larry Duggan on'the democratic tio!et. Here is the bettet from Portland: Portland, Ore., Sept. 16,.14920. MR. JOHN J. O'LEARY, BUTT.E, MONTANA. IN REP IPY TO YOUSR LETTER IN 0RWF E TO GEORGE W. CARLSON, CAN FURNIS YOU WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:' S4PeOINTED PAT.eOLSA IN TH, : TY, OCT. 1, 1914, AND WAS DISMISSED NOV. 17' 1915. OR R OIDS DO NOTr STlATiE `4SN _9. s DIS1M SPAL. YOURM ' Silf of police. BE Ojti perppmagai wYatichers and + rauti9oPdto be at the polls when .they are opeý1n i'ernesn tere;." e tlli they are closed. Keep yoiur mouth Cld a qn't Ionterf re. then, everyt ing' is reg r, but :wen tp 'rooked work sly Istarts, act atence, arda9t decisively.