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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 October 1904

THEMONTANA NKWS, HKI.KNA. MONTANA . G^K CLOTIHNfl Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. CORRESPONDENCE (iiltEdge, Sept. 20.^J. H. Walsh, Helena. DearSir ami Comrade: Find^enclosed check for $2.25 renewal^of subscription, and send paper to^Jos. Hendry. Diamond, Park^county, Indiana. I notice you are^^forming the enemy's strongholds.^Give it to 'em, old hoy. Regards^to Mrs. \Y. and yourself; also^Hank. Yours fraternally, ROUT.H FN DRY. Butte,Sept. 22.^Editor Montana News, Helena: DearComrade: In your issue^of the 21 st inst. you blame the na^^tional headquarters for the dis^^position of Mrs. Ida Crouch-Haz-^lett in Montana. Let me say for^your information and that of your^readers that the national head^^quarters had no control over her^movements. She is here under^contract with the Propaganda^Club of the Socialist party of^BtlttC, which is a private club.^Although members in good stand^^ing of the Bnt...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 October 1904

THKMONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA DebsTour Is a^*J Fine Success Reportsof Camradc K. V. hchs^ campaign tour have been re^^ceived as follows: TheChattanooga News ga vc a long report of the meeting on^Sept. 13, prefacing it by saying: ^Eugene V. Debs, candidate for^pjesident on the Socialist ticket, and one of the most eloquent speak^^ers in the country, spoke to a large and very enthusiastic audience^at the Auditorium last night. He is possessed of a very earnest df^livery and had his hearers with him from the start. Mr. Debt en^^tered the Auditorium at 8 o'clock and was greeted with continued^chehcring. The speaker was introduced by Mr. R. I^. Taggart. So^^cialist candidate for congress from this district. From the moment^Mr. Debs began to speak his every word reached his farthest hearer^and filled easily the entire Auditorium. 1 le spoke for two hours, deal^^ing with almost every economic question at present before the^public. Theday before the Atlanta meeting on Sept. 14. the local...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 October 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, liMtt. NO.4 OpenLetter to^W. J, Bryacri Hon.W. J. Bryan, Lincoln, Nebraska. DentSir: The Commoner subscription cards that 1 received sometime ago I return. When I sent fur the cards those of the dem^^ocratic party who believed in democracy were engaged in a struggle^witli the reorganizing Wall street dictatorship for the control of the^party organization. Mr. Bryan was yet the peerless anil unspotted^democratic leader. He was fighting a battle in defense of the party^and democracy: such, perhaps, as no other man could tight. Demo^^crats naturally desired to win and felt it their duty to do something,^if possible, to strengthen his position and aid him. P.ut with what^they ilid : with all that he could do: the struggle that began in the^party in iK^/^ was ended in the convention at St. Louis in 1^)4. so^far as any party organized as the democratic party is organized, can^ever be a factor in it. Theultimate purpose of th...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 October 1904

2 THEMONTANA NKWS, H HI KN A, MONWNA THEMONTANA NKWS. ISMI |i W KKKI V. J.H. WAI.5H Editorand^Publisher OFFICE22 I'ARK AVE. I'. O. HOX 908 EnUTi.lat Hi.- I'nM ofl'we fur tranamiaaion^thnmuti the mail at wi-onri claaa ratra. UBSCRIPTIOM,*l '*^ l'KR YEAR. Advrrt^.ins Kair* martr kiniwn uiMin applifa^lion at tail- ^i!fit-r. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^onlv takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, ami inanv errors^are carlcsslv made at certain^postortices, ami our reatle r s^can assist usureatlv in prompt^ly notifying this often of the^same. EugeneV. [)ebs Ben Hartford SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident LugeneV. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President HenManford of New York totPresidential F.lectors^^W. N. Uolden, of Silver Bow.^J. V. Mabie, of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver Bow. ForGovernor MalcombC.O'Malley, Silver Bow. ForI ieutenant (iovernor JohnW. Frinke, of Deer Lodge. ForCongressman ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 October 1904

THKMONTANA NEWS, HHI.r.NA.MONTANA G^ K CLOTHING9 Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working: man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. CORRESPONDENCE Coanrd'Aletie, 1 ^1a.. Oct. fx ComradeJ. IP Walsh: I send^you a small coin for which please^send me three copies of NO. J,^Od $^ I want to stir our boys up^I hit (XI that Texas resolution.^And see here, comrade, about^that card mentioned hy C omrade^Powers of Billings, that is what^we want. If you get u]^ a design^don't fail to send me sample-. sj^we want a million. W e have no^press in the state or Washington^that can do it. I hope you will^^ct up a good design. I like your^paper better and better. No. 2 l-great. Fraternally yours,^IAY RAM) SANBURN. Livingston,()ct. 8.^Dear Comrade: Your note re^^ceived. I did buy a card while^you were here, hut had a chance^to sell it. hi tending to pet an^^other for myself, but neglected it^until I got your little fog. I pave^my subscription to ^ iraham a day^or...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 October 1904

Debs'Answer to^New York World Justas lu- was leaving Spokane. W ash., on his campaign tour.^Comrade K. Y. Debs, the Socialist party presidential candidate, re^^ceived the following significant dispatch from the New York World: Republicanleaders reported to he worried o\er strength of your^following in doubtful states. ^W ill you not telegraph to the World^four or five hundred words on the progress of your campaign, acces^^sions to your ranks from other parties, vote you expect to poll in^pivotal states, etc.^ Kindly wire at our expense. ComradeDebs sent the following reply from Wallace. Idaho,^and it was published in the W orld of Sunday, Oct. 2 : Thatthe Socialist party is a factor of increasing importance in^the present campaign is becoming more apparent every day. Such^meetings as the Socialists are holding are not only unprecedented^in third party movements, but the leaders of the old parties have^become positively alarmed and find themselves compelled to revise^their calculatio...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 October 1904

/ THEMONTANA NEWS. VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1^MU i No.:^. OldParty Cam^^paigning Tactics Theruling class of this country^have an army in the field these^days engaged in the task of keep^^ing the working class in subjec-^tion. They did not enlist for $13^per month. Sucli men as I'.ourke^Cockran. l'.ryan. Senators Mason^and Dolliver, Towne. Patterson,^Joe Tools and F. Aug. Heinzc,^are in this army, and they are do^^ing their very best to persuade^the workers to vote for some more^of the present system, wherein^the lives and bodies of women and^little children as well as of men.^can be coined into gold, into profit^for the master class. Afather who would be so cruel^and heartless as to approve or en^^dorse with his ballot the child^slavery in the cotton mills of the^south, where children five or six^years old work for y cents a day.^is a monster. Hutit cannot be believed that^any man, whether father or child^^less, worthy of citizenship, could^be so inhuman as to...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 October 1904

2 THEMONTANA NKWS, HELENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.M WALSH .. . EditorRnd^- Publisher OFFICE2 2 PARK AVE. V. O. B^ IX 908 Entrrrilat the I'oM Office for IrannmiaHion^through thr mail at wcond claxH rmto^. SUBSCRIPTION,fi.oo PER YEAR. AdTertiKiimRat^-^ maile known uixin ai^i^lica-^MM at thm office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^onlv takes a one cent postal^card Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and many errors^arc carlesslv made at certain^postorrices, and our reade r s^can assist us greatly in prompt- Entityingthis office of the^t.^wv% ww ww wwww yt EugeneV. Debs Ben Han ford SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident EugeneV. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President-^Hen Hanford of New York ForPresidential Electors^^W. N. Holden, of Silver Bow.^J. P. Mabie. of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver Bow. ForCmvernor MalcombC.O'Malley, Silver Bow. For1 ieutenant Governor JohnW. Frinke, of Deer Lodge. 1or (^iingre...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 October 1904

GK CLOTHING5 Bearsthe Union label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA.MONT. CORRESPONDENCE Livingston,Oct. 15.^I )ear Comrade : I Mease send me^25 cents worth of the edition of^The Montana News of Oct. \2.^Inclosed find stamps for same.^Fraternally. M. L. BAKER. Storrs,Oct. 14. EditorNews: Inclosed find $1,^for which send The News to S.^Ruhsamer, Chesnut, Mont. Since^the camp has been shut down here^it is hard to get subs, but I do^believe we have got lots of So^^cialists. Debs put the fear of God^in them around Livingston. Iwill try next week to get^some more subs for The News. E.t. MONROE. Hillings,Oct. 16.^The Montana News. Comrades:Please find check^No. 31 of four dollars for the bill^for 1.000 cards $3. and one year's^subscription to The Montana^News, beginning back No. 1, Sept.^21, 1904, one dollar: total $4. Now^we want 1.000 of four-page leaflet^with countv ticket. 'JOHN POWERS. KendallTOct.8.^I omrade Harvey. Chair...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 October 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS, HELENA. MONTANA EnormousCrowds Continue to Greet E. V. Debs (Continuedfrom page i) radeJ. P. Roc, Matt licr^ttry, says: ^It was a remarkable meeting^from the fact that although the rain of the evening continued to pour^down, preventing many from attending, still the hall was packed^with an earnest, enthusiastic crowd, estimated at fully 2,000 PCfOBa,^including ^|uite a representation of ladies. Comrade Debs was at his^best, and altogether, the meeting was the most successful ever lield^by the Socialist party in our state. Writing about the l)es Moines, Iowa, meeting on Oct. loth.^Comrade I. S. McCrillis says: ^Comr..de Debs spoke in the Audi^^torium to a crowded house. The meeting was a grand success in^every particular, more than 2,000 people being present. From the^storm of applause that greeted C omrade Debs' remarks whenever^he 'struck fire.^ we believe the great audience was satisfied, whatever^motive they may have had in coming. This meeting marks an epoch^in ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 October 1904

Votethe Ticket^of Your Clcvss MONTANAMWS. Jointhe Union^of Your Crevft VOLIII. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB iimi. NO. SocialistNominees of Carbon County Are Winners ALEXANDERFAIRGRIEVE SocialistCandidate for State Rep^^resentative for Carbon County. AlexanderFairgrieve was born^in the county of Haddington, par^^ish of Tremont, Scotland, in 1863.^CMM to America in 1805 and was^raised in Maryland. He worked^in tlic coal mines for ton vears in scmblingtin- national government,^with subordinate state and coun^^ty or district jurisdiction. His an^^nual report to the convention of^the State Federation of Labor was^one of the most able yet submit^^ted by any head of a labor organ^^ization. In it. he particularly rec^^ommends class-conscious political^action by the wage earners. Mr.^I airgricve worked in the mines^owned by Henry ^ i. Davis, demo^^cratic vice presidential nominee in^Mineral county. Maryland, but^does not give Mr. Davis as much^credit as a friend of the worker^as some o...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 October 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS, HELENA. MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSl'K.I)WEF.KI.Y. J.M. WALSHt^UZg* OFFICE22 I'AKK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Cateredat ihe INwt Office for tranamlaaton^through the mail at necond cla^^ ratea. SUBSCRIPTION.^!.^^ PER YEAR. AdTertiRinnKat^^ made known upon applica^^tion at thi* office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and manv errors^are carlessly made at certain^postoftices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. EugeneV. Debs Ben Hanford SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident EugeneV. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President HenHanford of New York ForPresidential Electors^^W. N. Holden, of Silver Bow.^J. F. Mabie, of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver Bow. ForOovernor MalcombO.OWIalley, Silver Bow. ForI ieutenant Governor JohnW. Frinke, of Deer Lodge. ForCongressman J H. Walsh, of Fergus. ForChief J...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 October 1904

THKMONTANA NKWS, HKLKNA. MONTANA GK CLOTHING Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. CORRESPONDENCE Stevensville,Oct. 19.^Comrades: Received cards.^Very satisfactory. Much neater^than most I see here. Kindly send^at once 2,000 of the working class^platform with Ravalli county^ticket on last page. Also want^100 national and state platforms^printed on one side convenient to^paste. We ohserve a great change^in the attitude of the people to^^ward Socialists and their litera^^ture. We also hear it remarked^that the present campaign lacks^enthusiasm. The democrats and^republicans have nothing to fight^for hut the spoils, and to keep the^Socialists ^off the grass. H.E. WOODRUFF. RedLodge, Oct. 22.^Comrades: Everything is look^^ing good here. The boys are all^out hustling votes and distributing^literature to the farmers. We^have Martin Elliott making a tour^of the county starting on next^Tuesday and continuin...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 October 1904

THKMONTANA NKWS, HELENA, MONTANA LABOR'SPOLITICAL EXPERIMENT COMRADE HANFORD CONVINCING ContinuedFrom the First Pane. tionsof Hungarians ami Italians under contract, more recently in^charge of the Santa Fc railroad, which is now employing non-union^incompetents as telegraph operators and machinists, and intends to^employ non-union men in every branch of its service as soon as^enough can he ohtained. JamesH. IYabo.lv, who was recently nominated for re-election^as governor of Colorado, I).II. Parry; Sherman Hell, of Colorado: Andrew Carnegie, of^Homestead; Robert S. Lincoln, of the Pullman company; Stephen^B. Elkins. of West Virginia, are prominent members of that party. Arethe following prominent democrats greater friends of labor5 GroverCleveland, who sent Tinted States troops to Chicago^against the will of Gownor AHgeldI who appointed F.dwin Walker,^the attorney for the railroad*-. ;is special counsel for the United States^government; who followed his advice and virtually placed th...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 2 November 1904

Votethe Ticket^of Your CIqlSs MONTANANEWS. Jointhe Union^of Your Craft VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1904. / NO.7. Comradesof Montana: There is only a few more days left for agitatk /jefore the final vote. Enlist your^shopmates, your friends, wives and children to help spread and see that H/'ature is distributed, that the Social^^ist message is placed in the hands of every voter before Nov. 8th. Now, ah together for the Campaign of 1904. Biographiesof Socialist Candidates on the State Ticket MALCOLMG. O'MALLEY Candidatefor Governor on the So^^cialist Ticket. Mr.Malcolm George O'Malley,^Socialist candidate for governor^on the Socialist ticket, while yet^a young man, has been a resident^of Montana for eleven years, and^during his career in the state has^been directly identified with the^interests of those who toil. In his^political career he has made^the interests of the wage earner hischief consideration. As a mem^^ber of the Fifth legislative assem^^bly he introduc...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 2 November 1904

THKMONTANA NEWS. HELENA. MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSl'EDWEEKLY. J.M. WAL5H Editor^nd^Publisher |#riCI22 I'AKK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 ^t^r^vdai tin- Poat 0^ce (or trannmiaalou^through thr nail at aec-oud claaa ratea. HJBS KIPTION. II 00 PER YE \K Aderti^uig Ratm made known upon applica^^tion at thia office Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and many errors^are carlesslv made at certain^postoffices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^ly notifying this office of the^same. kwvmvmvwivw EugeneV. Debs Ben Hanford SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident EugeneV. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President BenHanford of New York ForPresidential Electors^^W. N. Holden. of Silver Bow.^J. F. Mabie, of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver Bow. ForCiovemor MalcombC.O'Malley, Silver Bow. Forl ieutenant (lovemor JohnW. Erinke, of Deer Lodge. ForCongressman^.^J. H. Walsh...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 2 November 1904

V THKMONTANA NEWS, HKLKNA. MONTANA GK CLOTHING9 Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. CORRESPONDENCE Havre,Oct. 30.^Montana News: Please send^my paper from Great Falls to^Havre. I have received only one^paper since I subscribed for it.^Now, I know that it is not your^fault, but that the postmaster^throws it in the ash barrel. NICKMONSEN. Havre,Oct. 31.^J. H. Walsh: Our teacher has^requested us to write a letter,-so^I thought I would write one to^you. Comrade Kennedy delivered^a very nice speech here on Octo^^ber 12. I am 10 years old and I^am in the fifth grade. I am very^much interested in politics. Papa^^is going to get me six or seven^volumes on Socialism for a Christ^^mas present. He wants me to be^an orator on Socialism. I would^like to be one, too, so 1 guess I am^going to be one. Some boys and^girls in this school think that the^republicans are better than the^democrats, and some think that^t...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 2 November 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA CampaignSquibs FromBen He^nford Foryou workingmen to supply yourselves and wives and chil^^dren with food ami fuel and raiment and shelter, you have got to have^money to get those things, haven't you^ In order to get money, you^workingmen have got to have wages, havn't you^ In order to get^wages, you workingmen have got to have jobs, haven't you^ Now,^do you workingmen own your jobs, or does the man who owns the^^hop own your jobs^ All of you who think you own your jobs, go^up to your boss tomorrow morning and tell him that job is your job^and not his job, and see how long it is your job. The man who owns^the shop owns the jobs. Hut you men can't live without jobs. And^you don't own your jobs. And as long as another man owns that^thing without which you can't live, that other man owns you. And^if another man owns you, you are not free men, you are that other^man's slaves, 1 care not what dag floats over you. Now, we Socialists^propose that you men wh...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 9 November 1904

Votethe Ticket^of Your Closss MONTANANEWS. Jointhe Union^of Your Cretft VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1^04. NO.8. Overa Million for Debs and Probably V Nothought of truthfulness can^be placed upon the returns of the^Socialist vote by the corporation^papers, but judging from all re^^turns arriving at this office from^the comrades, the Socialists have^made a wonderful advance. Presentindications are now^that Debs will run over the mil^^lion mark, while Montana will^possibly reach the ten thousand^point. Thegreat slump of votes has^gone to Roosevelt and Debs, leav^^ing the democrats scarcely enough^to be recognized as a party here^^after. Clancy,Jefferson county^Debs^39, congressman 30, governor 19;^state ticket from 19 to 48; county^ticket from 14 to 28; legislature,^Pat Harmon 48, Geo. Streib 25,^L. Roberts 23. Highest Socialist^vote in 1902. 19; whole county^vote in 1902. 36; lowest vote two^years ago, 13. St.Regis, Missoula county^^Debs 23. congressman ift, gover^...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 9 November 1904

THKMONTANA NKWS, HELENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUE1 WEEKLY. J.H. WAL5H Editornnd^' Publlattar OFFICE22 PARK AVE. I'. O. BOX 908 Katerrdat ihr Pont Offir* (or tranaraiaaion^through llir mail at Mtnl cla^^ rate*. UBWRIPTION, *i.^^^ MM vkak. AdrertiHinfHairs marie known ui^nn applira^tion at tain office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this ollirt at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and many errors^are carlesslv made at certain^postoffices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^ly notifying this office of the^same. VVWVVWS%VVWWW'WWWV ALESSON TO TME THINKER IN THE ELECTION RETURNS Asthe smoke of battle clears away from the wonderful charge^at tbe ballot box on November 8. there are a few points of great in^^terest tt^ the people w hich show too clearly to be misunderstood. The^great republican victory, with a corresponding desertion from the^democratic ranks, coupled with the enormous Deb...

Publication Title: Montana News
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