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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 January 1909

MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. I Poet'sCorner THKBfcOODHOVNM HyWilliam It. Kox^I wane slave 1^^ his MMh said: Iam ii man Ilk. you,^I want more raiment, want more^bread. Andtime lor pleasure, too.' I time-born ami laiavii|^ the master^cried, NeverHhall you have more!^^T^i^ n I toll no nion-,^ the slave re^^plied. mdhi passed from the factory^door. I'prises the master In wrath's excess; Hacalls to his bloodhounds three:^Jlo! Uiitik^ r. and cold and Naked^^ness! Hiin Mm NM back to nu ! ' I'ponHi., track of the wane slave hold^U a|^ the bloodhounds thro.- Straight-^way; OrlmHunger and Nak^ dm : ^ and (^old,^With thilr jaws ^ t wide .or prey Me hcarti their swift and M. althv^tread; Th.lr Krowln reply to hl^ groans;^'I'hey pull the shi It. r from over hi^^head. Andthe ii, -h from off h. htM Hi'flies, bill over on his track 'I'hhloodlioimi1* fierce com., faster.^They worry and wind him Lark and^hack Totin hands ..f his cruel muster. The slave sinks down in sore dis^^tress; Themast. r crie...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 January 1909

4 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Store Department Thosewho ar^' Interested In Social^^ist party work, party MMlbMI an^t^others should riHwWf that If they^wish the party huslness and activities^to appear In the stats paper or bulletin,^the local Information will haw to be^sent directly to the editor. I'n^li-r the i xilinly difficult conditions underwhich the paper him bwi put^out thi' lust few months the methods^by which our previous splendid state^work wax caried on have licen mater^^ially changed. None of the husines*^and state correspondence which uxed^to flow through the office of the state^paper, comes into the hands of the^editor at ail at present The state^paper should be a faithful photograph^of the pat ty activities, and it wax this^policy pursued by tin- Montana NeWS^from the beginning that brought the^paper from a 400 subscription list to a^4.000 list. Krnm all over the stati^^st present complaints are h^ ard at the^fact that the state department has^h^ ^ n practically abol...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 January 1909

V VOTBFOR THE PARTY^OF VOCR CLAM MONTANANEWS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PABTY Or MONTANA VOL,VII. HELENA,MONTANA, THUB8DAY, JAN. 21,1909. NO.11. Britain'sGrand Old Manin New York. KeirHardie 'B^ui ^^^^^, UM^ msands at Carnegie Hall-^Tells Audience of Awakening of Toilers on the Politi^^cal and Industrial Field Across the Ocean. Menand women in all walks of life^and of diverse social movements filled^Carnegie Hall Tuesday night to hear^Keir Hardie, member of the British^Parliament and leader of the Labor^party, relate the struggle and aspira^^tions of the workingmen of (treat Bri^^tain. Ueld under the auspices of the^Civic Forum the meeting was attended^by an audience that was a truly repre^^sentative one. Yet to nearly every^^body, the story of the awakening of^the masses of England and throughout^the civilized world was inspiring as^well as interesting. Dressedin plain clothes, his face^wrinkled and hair grey, Mr. Hardie was^the picture of a grizzled veteran of the^industr...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 January 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. 0#m4 m4 Published by tba Socialist Party^/ Martian*. ISSUEDWKKKLY. o-rici19 PARK AVI. P. O. BOX908 1tared at the Poat Office for tranem.aelon throngbtba mail at second daaa rate*. addressall commsnlcatloas and make all^M may parable to the Montana News. IDACROUCH HAZLETT^Editor and Mavnevger^SVBSCHIPTIONSi 0..Year 50C a. Months I5c Onecant per copy in bundles bp to 500 StaleExecutive Committee. L.J. DuncanButte J.II. KruseBozeman T.D. CaulfleldMissoula NationalHeadquarters, Mahlon^Barn. ^ Secretary. Booms 300-301.^Boylston Bldg , Dearborn St., Chicago,^I1L StaleSecretary.^.IAS. I). GRAHAM. Thematerial in last week's jstper^was somewhat unseasonable owing to^the faet that the matter had been pre^^pared some three weeks previously.^And when the paper was rescued from^the slough into which it had been^piling'.1. and was placed on its old es^^tablished basis again the mailing right^had been so nearly jeopardised that it^was necessary to use...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 January 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 11WWWMWWHWi Poet'sCorner ACOORDINOTO THE PLAN Thepoets once were wont to sing tho brotherhoodof man,^To fire our zeal for commonweal accord ingto the plan.^^The plant^ you ask, ^There was no plan! O, say not to, ye wild,^'Twas said tho lion anil the lamb should walkliehind the child. 'Twinsaid the earth should b.tir rich^fruit for all the sons of men, Themasters hold the treasure now, the^masters held it then. Themonarch of the jungle rends his^weak and helpless prey, Thelittle child is starved and bled for^profits day by day. Themasters of the mart in brazen ar^^rogance proclaim Thetitle to the common store in ^His^Most HoJy Name. Tin'hypnosis of the njjes is this priest^^ly siren song, Themeek have walked lwnoath its^spell for o, so long, so long. Whenshall the manhood of the race cry^its defiance bold, Andmake a sweet reality the propheev^of oldt Thepoets once were wont to sing the^brotherhood of man, Tofire our zeal for commonweal accord^^ing to tho...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 January 1909

4' MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. StateDepartment SECRETARY'SNOTES. ComradeNystrom orders two dozen^constitutions for local Havre. Every^local ahould order a supply of conetitu^lions so that their membership can be^informed on the workings of the or^^ganization. LocalKaliapell sends in $6.00 for^duea and $2.35 for supplies. ComradeKerchoe, member at large,^^ends in two months dues. 3re^tFalls orders twenty more due^^tamps and reports a boom in aale of^^tamps, delinquents paying up arrears.^Go after the members in arerars. There^are over five hundred of theme in the^State. Hasyour looal ordered a supply of^constitutions! Only five cents a eopy or^twenty four oopiea for one dollar. ComradeDavis of Butte sends in an^order for thirty-six more due stamps,^making eighty-nine ordered this month. 1ranch No. 3 of Butte (Finnish) or^^dered one hundred stamps from the Na^^tional Finnish Translator. The Butte^Finnish Local ia the banner local when^it comes to ordering due stamps. Anumber of Loca...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 January 1909

VOTEFOR i iii PAim opiroun clans MONTANANEWS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA ABOLISH THK CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOLVII. '^to, eg, Lib, 'art, HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, JAN. 28,1909. NO.12. WorkingClass Active^Among The Finns MontanaOrganizations Display Great^Solidarity and Aggressiveness-^Attempts to Organize the Eng^^lish Speaking Socalists Th^ Finnish locals of Montana are^forming a solid, substantial part of^the movement that Is destined in time^to have a most essential effect on the^^tati- party. The Socialist thought Is^a part of the earnest life and effort^of the Finns. It la a real cause,^which affords in their eyes the most^desirable of purposes to strive for.^They give of their time, money and^dally life to effort for the Socialist^cause. They have brought it into^tie ir Boclal life, and made It a basis^of their enjoyments. In the coal^camps where large numbers of Finns^are employed they have their own^halls, their libraries, regular weekly^meetings with d...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 January 1909

2 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. andPublished by the Socialist^Party of NonMnt. ISSUEDWKKKI.Y. 0*riCI19 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Etared at the Post Office (or tranam,salon^throngh the mall at second class rate*. Addressall communications and make all^Money parable to the Montana New*. IDACROVCH-HAZLCTT^Editor and Mavnexger^SUBSCRIPTIONS! OneTear 5oc StiMoatke 25c Onecent per copy in bandlee up to 500 StaleExecutive Committee. L.J. DuncanButte J.M KruseBoseman T.D. CaulfleldMissoula NationalHeadquarters, Mahlon^Barnes, Secretary. Rooms 300-302,^Boylston Bldg., Dearborn St., Chicago,^I1L StateSecretary.^JAS. D. GRAHAM. WOMANAGAINST WOMAN TheWoman's National Anti-Suff^^rage League of Great Britan of which^Mrs. Humphrey Ward, the famous^English writer, is president, going to^enormouspains and expense to ^ed^^ucate^ the Brltlrh public that women^do not want to vote, do aot know^enough to vote, and should not vote.^This is the reaction of bourgeosism.^These antediluvian wom...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 January 1909

MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. I Dmnmi Drunk!Well, what of It if 1 am It'iigot nothing to do with you.^I mean to get aa drnuk aa I can, ForIt mnkci me forget, that's true.^Yea! forgot I wu ever a man, If you^like, What'smanhood to do with me^^A broken wreck, with no friends, no^hope, Nohome, and no family.^Don't talk to me of humanity, Andyour God that you say Is good.^Don't prate of your love for your fel^^low man. It'sa lie! there ain't no brotherhood.^You all He and cheat, and pretend to^be good.^Hut your only god Is gold;^You live by robbing your fellow man.^And you murder the young and the^old. Ohyea; It's true I was once a man,^I then had my children and wife. AndI tried to be honest in business.^And to lead an upright life. Butyour thrice-cursed system ruined^me, Andleft me to starve on the street.^And denied me the opportunity Toearn what my children could eat.^Yes! they're dead, they died on the^road. MyGod! Shall I ever forget^^They were asking for bread which I^could not ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 January 1909

4 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. (. ^l i^i ii i l^ NEVADA. Officialcount last election stands as^follows: Bryan10,665 TaftM.214 Deba 2.029 Hlsgen 415 Vaursfor the laws,^M. F. RICHTER. MyDear Comrade-: Inthe last chapter of his ^Woman^^Post, Pre-scnt and Future,^ n. ii. I^states with great clearness and em^^phasis his tirm belief that the prole^^tarian In the technical schools, and in^the college's and universities of Ger^^many are sure to become revolution^^ary In their criticism of the present^Industrial system, and that they will^be of great service in our Socialist^movement. One brief paragraph runs^thus: Theconsequence of all this Is that^Germany has a more numerous Pro^^letariat of Scholars and Artists than^any other country, and a large prole-^triat in the so-called liberal profes^^sions. This proletarit is constantly^Increasing and carrying fermentation^and discontent with the existing state^of affairs into the highest ranks of^society. The Idealistic spirit in these^circles i...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 February 1909

VOTEFOR THE PARTY^OF TOUR CLASS MONTANANEWS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA VOL.VII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEB. 4,1901). NO.IB. THEPOWER suite HI THEPRESS (ByHubert Hunter.) Haveyou ever thought of the pow^^er of the press^ This thing you have^in your hands has cost many a pre^^cious lire. Mattieshave been fought that you^might read it tonight peacefully by^your fireside. Itis one of ^the rights^ won by^blood and sacrifice. It and the ballot^are the two most Important rights^that mankind has wrung from^tyranny. Thinkof It! This thing you have^In jour hands^this newspaper. Andnow nsk yourself what use are^you making of It^ It la one of the^gn atest powers in the world. Itis the hammer of Thor, the^sword of Siegfried. WithIt you can do anything; with^^out it you can do nothing. Mark^that. This is no poetry or tin.- writ^^ing. This is ^a terrible Cod's fact. Andwhat use are you making of^thin mighty Instrument With this in the hands of just men,^injustice canno...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 February 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ownedaiiri Published by llie Socialist^Party of Montana. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICE19 PAKK AV. P. O. BOX 908 Enteredat the Post Office for trans^^mission through the mail at IMNl1^class rates. Addiall communlcatlona and^make all Money payable to the Mon^^tana Nt'Wi. IDAt VROI t ll-ll \7.LETT^I ^ln.ii and Manager. UMcnmomi OneYear 50c SixMonths 25c Onecent per copy In bundles up to 500 StateExecutive Committee. UJ. DuncanButte J.M KruseBoxeman T.D. CaulneldMissoula NationalHeadquarters, Mahlon^Barnes, Secretary. Room* 300-301,^Boylston Bids.. Dearborn St., Chicago,^I1L StateSecretary.^J AS. D. GRAHAM. TRADES (fflS^) COUNOL THEGUARDIAN OF DEMOCRACY'. whichthese locals are that rolled up^the socallst vote. And It la an Injus^^tice to attempt to bar them out of the^party councils because they are located^a long way from headquarters and^their treasuries empty, continually^drained by purchasing literature to^edcucate their neighbors. I.. I us^have...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 February 1909

^^P9 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Poet'sCorner T1IKPIONEERS. Oh.comrade! In the daya to come.^When peace and plenty ahall^abound. When Sorrow's cries are dlead and^dumb, Andthe wheels of life run bwMy round. Whenmeadow mounds so green and^lush, Tellwe have laid aside our sp. ars,^I wonder will they think of us ThePioneers Yethow we caroled In the fight,^When loud Mm sloKan pealed on^hlKh; Eor Justice, Freedom, Truth and^HlKht Thatwild, InsprlrlnK battle cry.^We laid about us with a xest. With rlitht Koodwill that scorned^all sneers.^With swords that stood the staunch-^est test WePioneers. Andthough the silent Sands of Time^Kun trickling down the slender^stem. Well view the Prlmised Lands sub^^line. Althoughwe may not enter them.^We ll strive until our life be done. Encouragedby the swelling cheers^Of larger thousands following on^The Pioneers. i^aoor Leader. TheJewish Agitation Bureau has^had the pamplct entitled ^The Socialist^Party,^ Charles H. Vail, translated.^Orders for the sa...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 February 1909

4 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ComradeRoads of Lewistown orders^$5.00 of due stamps. LocalGreat Falls sends In for 40^stamps. FrldhyRets in an order for 20^stamps and Fred Fabert orders 18^for Local Stark. Don'tforget to order a bunch of^State Constitutions. Fr.(1 Chaunlnjr, the genial secre^^tary of Local Missoula, orders two^doxen Constitutions. ComradeTopel of Bozeman orders^$6.00 of due stamps. Bozeman is^building up a Rood local. ComradeDick Jones Is still an en^^thusiast in the cause of the proletariat^at K^ nilall. He il.^nat. s the use of his^opera house to any public meetings^the local holds, which is a material^help to continuing the work of educa^^tion. ComradeHuzzoll has returned from^his trip to Idaho, and is now giving^Socialist lectures in Flathead county.^He expects to work In the northern^part of the state during a good part oi'^the winter. ComradeHerman Brown, who has settleddown into a sedate married^MM and is running a restaurant In^I^.'Wigtown, buys a dollar's ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 February 1909

OTBFOB Tin PARTY^OF TOUR CLASS MONTANANEWS 8Ut Ubr.ry OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA VOL.VII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1909. NO.U. WhatSocialism Is and What It^Will Accomplish (ByO. F. Dlght, m. I)., University of^Minnesota.) Amajority of the American people^have not yet Investigated 8ociallam. I^^hall, therefore, atate briefly what It Is^and what It will accomplish that the^r^ ailers mny know the right or wrong^of the Socialist movement, which has^become third in the country In the^number of votea cast, and much^stronger In other countries. SocialismIs a world-wide movement^of the working class and Its sympa^^thizers to have th.- products of labor^go to those who produce htem; In^other words, to secure for the pro^^ducers of wealth the wealth which^they produce, that they may be better^housed, better fed, better educated^and live a longer and belter life. Theworld's headquarters of the So^^cialist moveimnt is in Brussels. The^American headquarters is...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 February 1909

2 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. Ownedand l^uhll^lied hy the SoHallMl^I'm 'tj of Montana. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICE1^ PARK AV. P. O. BOX ^08 Knteredat the Post Office for trans^^mission through the mall at second-^class rates. Addressall communications and^make all Money payable to the Mon^^tana News. IDACVROUCH-IIAZLETT^Kditor and Manager. SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneYear 60c SixMonths 25c Onecent per copy In bundles up to BOO StateExecutive Committee. L.J. DuncanButte J.M. KruseBowman T.D. CaulfleldMissoula NationalHeadquarters. Mahlon^Barn.*. Secretary. Rooms 300-301,^Boylston Bldg., Dearborn St., Chicago.^Mi StateSecretary.^.IAS. D. GRAHAM. t(TRAPES[,ahhjCOUNCIL MOREWORKERS. Thecrying need of the Socialist^party at this stane Is more workers,^betti r pouted workers, local workers^who know how to k^^ at the Socialist^party work. There are persons by the^soon anxious and capable ^f iloinn^this work If they w, r^ only trained^Into what is wanted. The writer of^^ten finds women at ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 February 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. I Poet'sCorner PITIN THE KICKLKS. Nowthe kings grow lean as they alt,^The people grow stronx to atand;^The men they trod on and spat,^The dumb, dread people that aat^Aa corpaea caat In a pit^Rlae up with God on their hand.^And thronea are hurled In a heap,^And strong men aona of the land^Put In the alcklea and reap! Thedumb dread people that aat^All night without screen for the night.^All day without food for the day.^They shall not give their harvest^away, Theyshall eat of the fruit and wax^fat. Theyshall aee the desire of their^sight. Thoughthe ways of the seasons be^steep, Theyshall climb with face to the light,^Put In the sickles and reap. Swinburne. \state COAL mink Encouragedby the succeaa of the^State Cold Storage Works and similar^enterprises, the labor government of^South Autsralla haa decided to acquire^a coal mine for use In connection with^the State railways, etc. As there are^no coal supplies In the state Itself, the^government is negotiati...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 February 1909

4 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ABOUTI'M I SODOM CITY ON THK^MISSISSIPPI RIVER. Doyou know what la the matter^with the great mill city on the upper^Mississippi^ Or. perchance, you do^not know that there Is something the^matter. I deem It wise and oppor^^tune to write something on that sub^^ject. The workers of America don't^know that this queenly city has a^skeleton In Its closet. It is the skele^^ton from committed infanticide. Min^^neapolis is the modern Herodlas of^America. Bethlehem tragedies are al^^ways the work of the presence of a^Herod, and his capitalist spirited wife.^Volumes upon volumes might be wrlt-^t. n upon the cruel infanticide at^^tached to the fame of Minneapolis,^and then the truth remains not half^told. Inthe eventful passing of the^year 1886, a young man appeared In^Minneapolis with an extraordinary^message to rich and poor. Expressed^in so many words, the essential feat^^ures of this message were these:^^'Workers of Minnesota, unite. You^have nothing whatever...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 February 1909

NEWS 4HOLI8H THK ^ ^i^IT A LIST XT KM OwNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA VOL.VII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY. FEB. 18, 1909. .No15. didit ivn oootm to you ByFdmund P.Fr.yno^Old It aver occur to that Mm United^States of America Is the only ^civiliz^^ed^ country In the world, ixc.pt^Turk, y und Spain, that does not have^postal savings hanks or th^ Ir cipiivl-^lent I Il.l It ever occur to you that every^p.iHt office In the Phllllplnes is a hank^of deposit for the people's savings DidIt ever occur to you that^Americans are as much . ntttlcd to^(his system as Filipinos'.' II^1 It e\. r MOW to you that the^lolihy in congress M our so-called^national hanks has defeated every^elTort to give us Kovernment security^for our money DMit ever occur to you that a^largo majority of the citizens of the^great Republic have .1. man .1 postal^savings hanks for many | ars, anil hat it Wtts the hon.le.l duty of our^i-' pr. s. ntatives In the congress to^carry out the people's will Didit e...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 February 1909

MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 1H K MONTANA NKWS. Own.ilhiiiI I^iilill~h. il liy lln^ Socialist^l^nrt^ of Molilalia. ISSUEDWKEKLY. OmCI19 I'AKK AV. P. O. BOX 908 Kntir. .l at the Post Office for trans^^mission through the mail at second -^claw rates. Addressall communications and^make all Money payable to th.' Mon-^t.ina X. \vs. IDA^ ltot ni-HAZLKTT^l.lltor anil Manned-. iimoMnioini BMYear BOc SixMonth* 25c Onevent per copy in bundle* up to 500 HMlKm-, mI ve Commit tec. L J PuncanButte J M. KruseHoz.-man T 1^. 'aulfleldMissoula NationalHeadquarters, Mahlon^Barnes. Secretary MWM 300-30*.^Uoylnton BldK . Dearborn St.. ''hicaiso.^Ill StateSecretary.^JAS. I^. GRAHAM. TRADESKJ^7jC0UNCILy GOVERNMENTBY INTEREST sameprivileges as American school^children. That Is. the Japanese gov^^ernment object to segregation In^schools, whereupon It was made ap^^parent that the provisions of the^treaty with Japan did not permit of^separate schools for Japanese children^such aa are provided for negro chil...

Publication Title: Montana News
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