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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 February 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Poet'sCorner THEWOHKKirs WAKMNG. socialism ix lll--.ki.in (ByTIM. n Sempors.) iiiisis iii 10 mora rotra syb- TKMBKKKDS, moonuorm ^^k i.kisi hk ANDOA IN.^^DI SIMSK THI WllltKKIlS' WAItX macm AT rOtni DBAOCT l'KIUL and^PAIN! Mvmasters, you sec my hair Is fray, Iam old who wax m-v^-r young;^From my childish toll your noft white^hands Theirmurderous galnB havi- IMg^My childhood, my masters, ye slew^for i[uld, AMyour hirelings aided you well,^Your writers, teachers, clergymen.^^lllish priests of Industrial hell. Womust work for our masters pa^^tiently. Coilwills we must not complain,^W^ must live In want and tilth and^the dark, Andwe ate what they dldain^God will* that we should stunted he Inhody. brain and heart,^^Our eultured masters thereby aid Church,science, letters, art. Inschool and church and paper and^1100k, YetaiiKht us, and We believed,^That God ordained this monstrous^wrung. Mymasters, we're undeceived.^The will of God we can leave to him ]'. a r...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 February 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. StateDepartment Areyou a helper or are you a^hldrancc Fivesubs In from H. H. Search of^butte. Abunch of II subs from Local^Idaho Kails. ComradeWade sends seven subs^from Houndup. Willyou help us make the pioneer^local Socialist paper a success Abunch of eight subs this week^from Hiram Smith of Ogdcn. Forty-twosingle subs In this week^besides the bunches. DonaldFrasor orders half a dozen^^Machine Police -- from Fornle B. C. lft.wabout organizing a local out of^the Socialist voters In your com^^munity ! Attendyour local meeting, pay up^your dues, get up something Inter^^esting Fourmore subs from Stockett.^The activity of the Finnish local there^Is bearing fruit. LocalGlenn's Ferry has now forty^members, where a year ago it could^hardly must, r a corporal's guard. Abunch of ten subs from Butte.^Th r. are MM Socialist* there that^have a notion of boosting and not^kicking. Fivesubscribers from John Ken^^dall of Hilling*, accompanied by the^lege nd, ' We are ...

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 March 1909

VOTEEOK THK PARTY^OK YOVIl CLASS 0UUHistorical Library NTAN A NEWS ABOLISH THK CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOL.VII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAKCH 4, 1909. NO.16. ADDRESSDELIVERED IN RIVERVIEW SCHOOL^HOUSE ON THE HUNDREDTH ANNIVER^^SARY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN (ItyEdwin 8. l^^ v .) finehundred yearn ago today. In^the backwoods of Kentucky, tlWN^^n^ born h child who was destined^to li one of the ImNMI nu n the re^^public ever produced. AbrahamLincoln was born In llitr-^dln county, near llodgensvllle, Ken^^tucky, February. 12th, 1808. Ilia^father had a little farm in the back^^woods, which they lived upon. Abra^^ham'* early life wan spent here when^he was allowed to mum In the forests^at will. Hut he ilid not have any par^^ticular liking for the woods, he liked^to read and study better than he did^to hunt anil fish. When Abraham was^seven years old bis lather moved to^Indiana where In took up another^piece of land somewhat better than^that which he hud left in Kentucky.^The family settled In Spen...

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 March 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY OmCI19 PA RK AV. P. O. BOX 908 Knterodnt tho Post Office for trans^^mission throiiKh HM mall at HMt^^class rates. Addressall communications and^mnki' all Money payal)lo to tho Mon^^tana News. iia choi t ii-ii \zm:tt I.hi.'i and M in i-, i SIHS^ HI IN IONS: omYear 60c SixMonths 25c Onecent per copy in bundles up to 500 StateKxcoullve Committee. J.M. Kruse .. (Chairman ^. . Hozeinan T.D. CauUleld Missoula I.. J. Dunean Butt.' NationalHeadquarters. J. Mahlon^Barms. Secretary. ISO Washington^Street. Chicago. Ill StateSecretary.^JAS. D. GRAHAM. TRAPES [ffig^] COUNCIL SPIKSIX Till: SOCIALIST PAHTY. Th'lalior nmvrmi nt of the western^country is hunt y-comli. .1 with spies;^and the slimy reptile, the lowest of^the t^^^l hy which the eapitalist class^keeps the badge of servitude and de^^gradation upon the worker, is flyinn^his trade of filth in both the labor^unions and the socialist organiza^^tions. If American working men^were not...

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 March 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. AHOIjY MM'OXTKNT. Toilful,simple, working man.^I ni tin on the flood o'.d plan,^Striving with the callouaed clan,^Why not break your chains \V ic you not meant for a man^^Have a purpose If you can;^Take your place In freedom's van^^Why not break your chaina Lifelaata hut a little hour.^LitTI the stalk and take the flower;^Have the best that'a In your power^^Why not break your chaina Foryour little chlldren'a aake^Look around you and awake,^Yoi their Uvea must help to Malta^^Vhy not break your chaina Oh,the power of discontent!^To a life that is miaapent,^Rringlng the fire of Rood Intent^^Why not break your chains Wake' ye workers, f^ ^^ ^ I your power;^'Phis your chance, and this the hour!^Industry ahould never cower^^Why not break your chaina Tothe dawn of social life,^Forward now In holy atrlfe.^right with reaaon. not with knife;^I'p, and break your chaina. Socialismpoints the way.^Soc ialism holds the sway.^Socialism here today Thatwill break your ch...

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 March 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. [ State Department ComradeFausott of St.v.nvlll.-^ordcrs 15.00 of duo stamps for his^local. BigJim Roberts sends in IJ.OO to^jiay hla dues as member at largo. Topelorders $5.00 worth more^stamps for Local Boseman. of CimradeRedfl^ Id of^rends in $2.10 for dues. WestEnd Anorder for fourteen due stamps^was received from Comrade Uedfli id^of Local West End. FredCunning of Missoula orders^$5.00 worth more of stamps. FrankSmith sends in $1.50 for subs^from Stanford. PeterGorge of Cascade county^sends News his subscription for MM^year. ComradeYoung sends in three nubs^from Belt. Our circulation is still on^the upward tendency in Cascade^county. Llndemanof Milts City ^ nils Ins^renewal for another year. Can't get^along without The News. S.v. nti i n subs from the Trades^and Labor council of Pocatella, and^assurances of Job work in the MM^future. On Monday night the coun^^cil held an open meeting fur the^sake of aiding a more efficient or^^ganization contracts ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 July 1909

Voi*.FOR THK PARTY^OF YOl'U CliASH MONTANANEWS OfflOi an i ^ l'l hmsiiki) FOR THE socialist i'aiity of mont wa ABOUra Tin: ^ ftp.^it.u.1st ITVRM VOLVIII. StatuHistoric*) Library HELENA,MONTANA, TBTKSDAY, JULY 8, liMUl. NO.2. D7TT Objectionsto Socialism Answered Mya F. Dlght. M IX,^I'nive rslty of Ml KIM Mtt WhenAdmiralI)i vs. y sailed liin llf. t^Into Manila bay, some natives, It was^said, anuKht his confidence and ad^^vised him to take his ships along a^certain course, In a pproachlng the'^i n. my, In order to avoid concealed^mines placed clsewherc.lt was reveal^^ed later that these natives hoped to^have his ahlpa Mown up l^y mines that^had lieen placed alone the course they^urge il him to f^^llow. Thispretended friendship of th ^^nutlves was a avil^t( rfugi^an effort to^deceive. ItIs natural that the (treat Insti^^tutions now In power should do what^^ever mi . ngth. ns them In their posi^^tion. Accordingly subterfuge objec^^tions to Socialism are urged. Sone^of them are wry absure...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 July 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICE19 I' \ ItK AV. P. O. BOX 908 Knt.r. (1 at the Post Office for trans^^mission through the mall at second-^class rates. IDACROl'CII-HAZLKTT^' Kdltor and Manager. MllsCHHTIONS: OneYear 50c SixMonths 26c Onecent per copy In bundle* up to 600 NationalHeadquarters, J. Mahlon^Barnes, Secretary. 180 Washington^Street, Chicago, 111. StateSecretary.^JAS. D. GRAHAM. TRAPES (ffijffi) COUNCIL l- 11 Work. The.National Socialist organization^reports 65,000 dues-paying members^One correspondent says he does not^know where they all come from, as h(^Bees so little real work beln* done^around him and he does so little him^^self. And this observation is largely^applicable to a large section of the^western country^not to invail.^the sections of the east. Th^workers and organizers say that th^^movement is practically at a standstil^In North Dakota, Colorado, I'tiih^Idaho and Wyoming. They say it is^noticable that wherever there is a loca...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 July 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Till: Milt \( II WORKER HyKcrtoti Braley. Thr^Dreamers ^^f Empire^ travel In^style Ona gllttcrln' palace car,^An' they look with a dignified, scorn^^ful smile^on the kind of men we are;^They pay us the smallest pay they^dare An'call us a ^frowsy crew,^^Hut they know^an' a hell of a lot^fhey care^^We're making their dreams come^true. Workand women an' fight, Dicean' woman an' drink;^A spree on pay day night, Aday or two In the clink^^A tine old life to live. An'a low down life, says you^^Hut we ain't dreamln' no IniM^ourselves, Wire makin'your dreams come^true. UUlllllgcrs th. TheorKani/.ed workers of Madrid,^Spain, have Just celebrated the Inaug^^uration of their Labor Temple. This^has I^^ ^-ii accomplished by JH.000 trade^unionists and Socialists,(in the groundfloor is a co-operative store^and cafe which rivals the In st cafes In^Madrad. On the first lloor Is a ni^ ^^ t -^Ing hall capalde ^^f holding :i00 per^^sons, a library and numerous offices^of th...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 July 1909

4 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. L0C4L DEPARTMENT j WWAVAV/AVAV.V.V.W.'.V.V,.V.' ^ %V^%W..'A^S Ifyou Rot two Bubacrlptlona for tho^News it will show that you understand^the value of a local labor press. ComradeWalker of BoIbo, Ida.,^sends five subs . He writs. ^We ll^not fowl the service the Newi did^here during the Federation trial. ComradeSnyder, of Kendall, sends^In his sub nnd says. ^We labor men^have watered the News llKht the battle^of the workers for three years, and^1 think the least the workers ean do^In return la to appreciate it by their^support, and hire Is $5. to show^you what one man thinks is his duty. ComradeMarKaret Wlnship, of^Hin. 11.mi Can^on, whose hair is white^ns the driven snow, subscribes for th ^^NaM and says. ^She only wishes she^could do mitri) to help the glorious^cause. ComrmliHirst, sends six subs from^From Hillings. He says, ^We re^^member that it was the News that^broke the back of the Citizens' Al^^liance here. Threesubs in from Comrade^Wright, of 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. — 22 July 1909

VoiiCFOR THK PAItTY or\oun class MONTANANEWS 0\v\i:i \M) |^i iimsHKD FOR Till mm|\i.|s| p\|{|y ol MONTANA ABOLISH THK CAP-^ITALIST SYSTEM VOL.VIII. HELENA,MONTANA, Till KShAY, II LV 22, 1909. m4. WAGECUT Lfe rr GO. PresidentTom Lewis Says Miners Will^Not Except Reduction. Wllkos-Barrc,Pa., July 21.^ Inter^^national President Thomas Lewis, of^Mm I'nited Mini- \VorkiT8. ^l^ clan d^with ringing immi at tin- convention^of thi- anthracite mini- workers here^today that the operators of the C.-n-^tral Pennsylvania lilumlnoiiH districts^wonlil not he successful In their effortB^to net the mine workers to break the^existing aKreement anil accept th^^proposed reduction in waxes of from^11 to 16 cents a ton. AmonKthe resolutions Introduced^today, and u|^on which the committee^will act later, was one disapproving^of the action of the Luzerne and^Lackawanna County Courts in ignir-^InK the requests made hy th. 'nded^Mine Workers that new miner* ox-^aminlnK hoards he appointed and that^they contai...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 July 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. HEMONTANA NEWS. I8SCKDWEEKLY. umcaif pamm av. p. o- box ^o Blarednt the Cost Office for trans^^mission through the mall at second-^class rak^8. iia OM0OMUUR MMami Manager. hI'hscriitions: OnoYear BOc SixMonths 16c Onecent per fopy in bundle! up to 600 \NVCCKSSFVI, WOKKKK. NationalHeadquarters, J. Mahlon^Karnes, Secretary. 180 Washington^Street. Chicago, III. NorthwesternSocialists will re^^member T. K. I.atlmer, who has^spoken through that section of the^country for several years. Comrade^I Ijitlmer Is one of those Socialists wh ^^| realizes that Socialists must prepare^themselves for the statesmenship of^the future. He was poor, and a^soapboxer. Hut he managed to get^two years In at the I'niverslty of^Washington In So*and graduated^In the department ... education. In^his graduating year he was placed on^^ committer that had the r^ vising of^the state high school MM for Wash^^ington. Atthe close of the work In the^Washington I'niverslty he was elected^p...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 July 1909

3 FItFFTHOFtillT-llKAJNO. Fairnruno, looking forth with eyes^of ftre t'ponthe world's broad scene; beyond^the nun Thyundimmed |iMM MM to be^^hold the stars, Countlessand rushing through tlW^endless space. Withopulence of life as on earth's^breast, Thyselfa star from out the punt^didst burn, Wakeningthe darkness with resplen^^dent course Athwartthe centuries of gloom and^fear; Heraldof morning. ^ f the happy^days, With Freedom breathing In the peacefulskies;^With science In the kingly garb of toll. Thegreen earth paradlsed with lov^^ing hearts. Obrave Immortal, glorious in the^robe Wblehburned thy body Into fruitful^dust. Theyknew not. that wild horde about^thy pyre, Whokm It and trembled to a Hod of^hate, Amicrouched to earth^nor saw Its^wealth of life; Tli.^ knew not what was In thy^dauntless gaze, Outsw.-cplngth. rude throng and^torturing heat Thewinged thoughts that all the des^^pot's power OmMtetter not. nor blast with^n^ reest zeal. Theysaw, that shuddering and re^^lentless cro...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 July 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ASoolallRt paper l^ prlnte-d to lu^^re-Bel. It In ri ail the- metre- wide-ly th^'^ttior^' huImktIImtp It hna. The- NMM^ropre-ae-nta the- a^-ctie^nnl Socialist pa^^per that will Boin^' day lie- a power In^rvery part of the land. It is Im^^portant that ItK policy he understood,^and that It aheiulel spread throuKhont^the local movement. If you think that^^ ^very local Socialist movement should^he active and practical. Kot subscribers^for thi Ni ws ami let them read about^It PnmridiKnox of Hiin m^n tee-lie-ve-a^that ev.r\ Soc ialist should do his ut^^most t^^ maintain ^ local paper, and^la Industrious in ^^ rulintc in ^ul^a and^Job work for the N^ e^ Ifyou d^ n- ^ r., . i\, the News^after havin* ^ui*.ni-^l for It do not^d^-la^ ^ ndina word into the eiAVe- The^MMM force has n. v r 1.. . n larK'^enough to ^^(^Mat- th- possibility of^mistakes \V- ...rr.it them as fast^as we learn of them ICememhcrth. News still has about^$600 worth of party debts to pay. If^an...

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 August 1909

V^i Hi VtW I III PAasTX orvoi it ( i,ask MONTANANEWS HlatorlaaiUbrar, VOL.VIII. hmii \m^ n iu.imiim mm.iaum I'METV ()|- MONTANA HELENA,.MOM ANA- i;-I)\^ . Aid. 12, UMJ9. UMUnTin. ^ \e-^ITAI.I.sT systi:m NO.5. CapitalistWar OnUniversity WisconsinEducators Attacked For^Exposing Private Theft of^State's Water Power. Tin'lectrlc railroad and the eli ctrlc^HkIiKhk Itil'-n sts lir. Im Kim n I^1 tt^-r^war on Wisconsin uiiiv.rslty kMMM^it has started .'in inv^ situation of th^'^natural ri source h of the slate. The^sT.oloiry ^li pat tiin lit mini' nn c xt ^ n^alve r. port ^^n the wutcrfMla In^Htntc at the r. ninst of State S. nutnr^Clnylord. The cnnlnei ring d. p.u t^mi nt, after clone examination of that^report. Ml of the vast powrr thiit^couM he ('aim il fmni tIi- tu. un^l the^dcpui tni. nt of tCMfalM HUM the^benefit* that would uccruo to the peo^^ple from the prop- r MM of Him vvat. r^Pow r. The law department went Into^the matter at paJaf 1^ itKth and ar^^rived at th m i lushm that the ...

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 August 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICEIt PARK AV. P. O. BOX t08 Enteredat the Post Office for trans-^mlaalon through the mall at second-^claa* rater IDACROUCH-HAZIiKTT^Kdltor and Manacer. SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneYear SOc SixMonth* He Onecent per copy in bundlea up to 600 NationalHeadquarters, J. Mahlon^Barnes, Secretary. 180 Waahlng-ton^Street, Chicago, 111. StateSecretary.^J AS. D. GRAHAM. TWAOC S ftyfflcOUNCIL ONEOF THE HISTORY MAKERS. Withthe termination of Mr. Jami-i^D. Oraham'^ services to the Socialist^party of Montana In the capacity of^State Secretary, an office which ho^has filled to the exclusion of every^other Interest for the past five years,^It is fitting that some recognition of^his long and devoted services should^be printed in the paper that carries^the interests of the Socialist party^throughout the northwest, and which^his grit and financial ability have^maintained for the last four years. DuringGraham's term of o{fice the^party membership ha...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 August 1909

-1 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Poet'sCorner THE HONG or THK AOITATOR ByPeter Kim. n. Walling. Mysoul cried out on the mountain,^But no one answered. I^Oave great words to the castle hall,^But on one heard my cry,^For the hearts of my people were^hardened, Andtheir thoughts were turned away;^Turned from the seeking of honor^And turned to the greed of today.^And what though I cried on the plain,^The ears of the people around me^w^ re like to the ears of the slain.^80 my soul found no solace In giving^Its cry o'^r the wilderness there,^And I turned from my seeking In^sorrow. Andwalked on the path of dlspalr^Till I came to the realm of the van^^quished, Wherehope lie* indeed In its shroud,^Where they bend down their necks for themighty^^And give up their pride to the proud.^And there iigHliiHt the altur of MammonI threw down my challenge again^And cried with new purpose and vigor.^The cry of the freedom of men;^And the multitude there all round me^Took up the refrain and I heard^A sou...

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 August 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA. %v.v,v.vv.,,.r.v.v.v.'^.v.v*vi^B LOCALDEPARTMENT ComradeHeiwcn of Grand Forks^obtained six suits for tho News. He Is^a youttK teacher who Rlvcs his vaca^^tions to Socialist propaganda. KomombcrIf It Is worth while hav^^ing a Socialist pap. r In the northwest^you must do your part, Hot all th^subs you can. Oo out and got them.^It Is your duty. Wo are making ^^struggle such as few persons ever^made at this end of the line. Yon^must help us from your end. TheJob work, the profit end of the^capitalist's weapons against us. is the^most sulistantl.il basis for a labor p i^por. When the working class learn^to support their own press \eitli th. .^own commercial power they will bn.i^how strong It is possible for th. m to^be. Threesubs In from Amis of Hill^^ings. Machinist' of I'ocat, llo s. nt In^eight subs. Twenty-livesubs In from Mlnot^The local th. re hus some rustlers in it. LocalCranri Forks takes tWO doz. B^^Machine Politics.^ and 18 sun tarda FredHoslewoo...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 16 September 1909

VU a. WOH THE PAHTY O- YOUR CLASS MONTANANEWS OWNED AND PUBLISHED FOR THE ^^ ^^ I U.IST PARTY OP MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP-^I I'M is. SYSTEM VOLVIII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1909. NO.8. WYOMINGCOAL MINERS' FORM STATE FEDERATIONOF LABOR AT BUTTE SOLIDARITYOF WESTERN UNION LABOR Atthe conference of the coal min^^ers of District 22, Wyoming and Mon^^tana, held In Butte August 18. the^Wyoming delegates formed a state^Federation of Labor fur Wyoming. ArthurMorgan, vice president of^the coal miners' organisation, pre^^sided, and plans were made for or^^ganizing all branches of labor in^Wyoming, and also to secure better^labor legislation. James Buckley of^Cumberland, Wyo., was elected pres^^ident of the new organisation. Mr.^Buckley has been for many years^around the coal mines In Montana,^the laat time at Aldrldge. He Is a^young man with a growing family^about him. earnest and aggressive In^all movements to better the status of^those who toll. JomesMorgan of Sheridan, the sec^^...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 16 September 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICEIt PARK AV. P. O. BOX I0 Enteredat the Po^t Office for trans-^miaalon through the mall at second-^class rates. IDACROVCH-BAXLETT^i alitor and Manaser. SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneTear ^0c SisMonths tie Onecent per copy In bundles up to (00 NationalHeadquarters. J. Mahlon^Barnes, Secretary. HO Washington^Street, Chicago, III. COMMONCAl'SK L.KAGUE. Thepolitical makeshift has struck^Montana. The Hearst Independence^League was a dreary fisxle, here^but the ^liberal^ politicians^Montana, those who want to get^puhlic support without treading tht^thorny road of society. have^patched up another short cut and will^talk all around, about, above and un^der he real cause of the feseelng so^^cial sore, while dodging the critical^Issue that makes for stable reform^and social change. TheInsane stupidity of those who^have perverted the name of socialism^by calling themselves socialists In^Montana, has called an apparent halt^In the socialist ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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