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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 16 September 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 3 m immwwa Poet'sCoraerJ LAISSEZ-FAIRE.By Ida Crouch Ilazlett. Forexcuse that he off era no matter -^This Ufa la a (rand free-for-all; Ifa fellow can't stand.he drops under.^And the weaker must go to the wall. Notime to inquire aa to motive*^^Mistakes deserve only a frown; Besides,It's a lesson for others-^Just kick him whenever he's doan. Perhaps'twas the love of a woman^That crushed out the hope from his^heart; Pooh!why should the baby be crying'^Just wade In and take a fresh start. Perhaps'twas a cherished ambition^He dreamed with the laurel to crown; Well,some way he's certainly missed^It Bokick him whenever he's down. the comforter Women'sClubs Perhaps'twas^whispered^And lured from the rare, ruby wine;^Perhaps 'twas the clink of the dollars.^Whose charms from the long table^ahlne; Perhapshe was weak where you're strongest.And tried his mad folly to drown;^No odds, a man ought to know better Thenkick him whenever he's down. Successis his only who wi...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 16 September 1909

/ MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. tJ*^ -4! I LOC4L DEPARTMENT Theattention of Montana News^readers wants to be called to the fact^that It Is Impossible to put out the^kind of a paper that the manaRement^desires todo, and Is able to do. so^lontt a* the editor Is oullred to be^away from her desk and In the field^enrnin* money to pay the debts of the^Socialist party. Ever since the party^own. d the paper Mrs. Haxlett has al^^ways been obliged to take the field^to support It. the committees of the^party t;.kltiK no steps whatever to^finance the undertaking Atremendous effort was made to^show up this state of affairs last sum^^mer so the party would Ret an Intelll-^K,nt understanding of it and meet^their responsibilities like men. The^,,n\y result was to preclpltat them^into a scalcss tlsrht. not remotest^Idea of meeting their financial obli^^gations, if Indeed there was the busi^^ness-like ability to do this. ThisStat.- exists to this day. The^committees do absolutely nothing^and Comrades...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 October 1909

u^*LFOR THE PARTY^OF YOUR CLASS ^tc MONTANANEWS try OWNED AND ITBMSIIFD FOR IM S^m|\|,|st IVAKTY of MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOLVIII. IIKI.KN \. MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7. l^(l!^. NO.9 InjunctionBill, Capitalist President; Jim Mill, Railroad Capitalist; TomCarter, Capitalist Politician; Bishop Carroll, Capitalist Priest,Serve Buncombe To The Common Herd. PresidentTnft has conic and gone^in llclcnn. As :^ 1 ^ eastern |i:ijkt has^spoken of Kinyr K.l ward's pcrambu^latimis 11^r^^iixli Europe, he in imlcccl^the I raveling salesman of the commor^rial das*. To one who sees in this^fat, slick, smooth politician ami liin re^^tinue of associated politicians only a^committee of the ruling class to pro^^mote their scheme for jrrofits, the^SUporf icial shallow show, the talk^which says nothing, which inileeil is^a iliarhoea of words ami a consti|^a^tion of ideas, in a painful evidence of^bow the pvoplc arc daily fooled to turn^their institutions over into the hands^of those 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. — 7 October 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. IB8UKDWKEKLY. OFFICE1^ PARK AV. P. O. BOX 908 Enteredat the Post Office for trans^^mission through the mall at second-^claas rakes. IDACROUCH-HAMjETT^I ^IKi^r and Manager. SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneYear 80c SixMonths 26c Onecent per copy In bundles up to GOO NationalHeadquarters, J. Mahlon^Barnes, Secretary. 180 Washington^Street, Chicago. III. GOMPKKKAND SOCIALISM. ClomcprsIs surely Kitting hls'n from^the labor movement of Europe. It^should certainly be a source of hu^^miliation to earnest men In the ad^^vancement of labor's cause to see^*hnt a consummate ass the president^of the (rreat American lnlior orKiiniia-^tlon has made of himself before the^ablest labor leaders of the world. IfGompers had been frank and^honest with the European labor nu n^and admitted that the socialist inter^^pretation of the class struggle was^correct, but that the American work-^ingmcn were hypnotised by the politi^^cal demagogue Idea that they were^^free'' in every...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 October 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Poet'sCorner MOEITURUM Dying^thc wimls arc desolato with^the wail Ofunforgntten lummon; the tweet^breath Of balmy mornings, innocent of^death, Lingerscaressing in the shadowy vale Kcluctantto depart:^Ami murmuring midst the rushing of^the gale The minor eehoes of a saddened^heart. Dyinga lone bird whistle* for a^mate, floating perhaps through sunny southernskies.^The hills are hazy with the hue that lies Upontheir swelling breasts, as tho'^the fate^Of love's remembered woe^In brooding mysteries would round^them wait^And tremble broken chords of long^ago. living a lonely spirit rides the blast;^Dying^a somber sadness fills the^air; Therequiems chanted for the dead^are there;^The soft, sweet summer days are in^the past;^The harmonies benign^Of tender memories too dear to last^Sob over vibrant heart strings^^harp divine. Ida Crouch Hazjett. 0 DKPI/OKKWH IM.1ST TREND. Dr.Ohown, Toronto, discussing the^social unrest, deprecated the trend to^socialism. lie 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. — 7 October 1909

MONTANA NEWS, HELFNA, MONTANA. LOCALDEPARTMENT Tin;mo\h\ \is iikmhji Mtri WtM i MOM MM Wllltkin m \ohtiiw I ST ^m. \\i/.i:n LAMM ^'\n 10001 Mi i Utl CARK1 OS its ur.sisr-^\\^ i; \^.\i\s-i ^ \ri i \i.ist ^^rrit k.ssion only nOIOCTOJI its^BOLIDARTY ECONOMIC l''iV\l-'K Is INK row I'll that COIMs.^win -n^H i n OMAJrnjO UM UMD its i vo\^ ^mi^ row i M to^Tin: CLAM THAT i si s IVU1 known mi \ns TO CMTMI IT OVfl^or i \is 11 n^ Bf TIIKcapitalist l'hi'.ss \NI^ I'liix ll\(. PLANTS til MXIN-^i \ini it TO ini i.i imt: PVBUO oriNioN \^.\i\st THE i i iohts^Ol' TIIK UORKIMi CLASS TO im VN^ IPATK l ist I.I' Till.WOWUM i i.Xss mi ST HAVE ITS OWN PKKSS \ni^ \ POW- ii j i i i. FftUDM, nnOOOM WKMKTO static its ORBVAMCB AMD its0A1 s| OMARmi.ahoh c\\ oni.v wci: OUMMMM x r^'\\i;u-^I I L liAHOII piiksk. BOROT TIIKOW Mil It .loll WOKK ANI^ its piioi IT TO \ t \pi-^ta1.ist pkkss TH AT WILL oct YOLK tiikoat W iikn mu i.l i^IJfTO i koi Itl.k. tiikowit TO a LABOO pxpkk \ni) stkI n TCHU IN it so it^CAM nOlt yolk ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 October 1909

V ii r TOR THE TARTY^OF MM II CLASS MONTANANEWS *****^l.torlcai Ubrar, OWNED AND PUBMSHJED FOR THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOLVIII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1909. NO.10 MISSOULAPOLICE WAGE BRUTALWAR ON FREE SPEECH. I.W. W. Organizers Arrested, Jailed and Viciously Beaten by 200-Pound Repub^^lican Sheriff in Home of Senator Dixon^Elizabeth Gurley Flynn of New^York Dragged to Bastile for Selling Union Papers on Street. DemocraticInstitutions AreAssailed. PoliceUse Hose to Silence Voice of^the Workers^Populace is Indig^^nant and Attack Officer. Thecity guv.rnnnnt i^f Minium hi.^the poller the authorities, arc makInn^first-class fools of tip marin a In their^efforts to violate the t'nltcd States^constitution, turn the American gov-^i I nmi nt upside down, li. ii.no cen-^BHira of public speech ami keep the^Jtj \V W iloeti Iins from being pro-^i I.ilnied. Inother words, the capitalist gov-^^ rnno nt ol Missoula lui.- plunggd i^11^ ^^the trap ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 October 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICE1^ PARK AV. P. O. BOX 908 Enteredat the Po^t Office for trans-^mlaaton through the mall at aecond-^claaa rates. IDACROUCH-HAZLETT^Kditnr and Manager. SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneYear 80c SixMentha J6c Onecent per copy In bundlee up to BOO NationalHeadquarters, J. Mahlon^Barnea, Secretary. 180 Washington^Street, Chicago. HI. TWA^s(McQUNClL GOMP1Its \M) SOt IAI.IsM Ciomeprais surely Retting his'n from^the labor movement of Europe. It^should certainly be n source of hu^^miliation to earneat mrn in the ad^^vancement of labor's cause to see^what a consummate ass the president^of the great American labor organiza^^tion has made of himself before the^ablest labor leaders of the world. IfGompers had been frank and^honest with the European labor men^and admitted that the aocialist Inter^^pretation of the claaa struggle waa^correct, but that the American work-^Ingmen were hypnotized by the politi^^cal demagogue Idea that they were^^ fre...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 October 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. MORITTJRTJM. Dyingthe winds arc desolate with^the wail Ofunfnrgottcn summers; the iweet^hrcath Of balmy mornings, innocent of^death, Lingerscaressing in the ahadowy vale Reluctanttu depart:^And murmuring midst the rushing of^tlx gale The minor echoes of a saddened^heart. Jivinga lone bird whittles for a^mate, Floatinn perhaps through sunny southernskies.^The hills are hazy with the hue that lies I'pon their swelling breasts, as tho'^the fate^Of love's remembered woe^In brooding mysteries would round^them wait^And tremble broken chords of long^ago. Dying a lonely spirit rides the blast;^Dying^a somber sadness fills the^air; Therequiems chanted for the dead^are there;^The soft, sweet summer days are in^the past;^The harmonies benign^Of tender memories too dear to last^Sob over vibrant heart strings^^harp divine --IdaCrouch Hazlett. -O- DKI'UIKKMM'I AUNT TRKXI1. Dr.Chown, Toronto, disa-usslng the^social unrest, deprecated the trend to^socialism He said: If...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 October 1909

1 LOCALDEPARTMENT THEMONTANA NEWK IS HEA DQl'AKTERS Ft HI IMOM JOB^WORK 1M THE NORTHWEST ^Kc;WI7.I l^ I.AIIOR can Sl ( ^ e ssl-TM.Y CARRY ON ITS RESIST^^ance AtiAINKT CAPITALIST OI'I'H I SSION ONLY TflflMOM ITS^SOLIDAHTY. B^*ONi^MiC I'nWKI! IS THE POWER THAT COUNTS.^WHY SHOULD ol{(. \MZEI) LAKOR LEND ITS BOOMOMM POW er TO^THE CLASS THAT uses EVERY KNOWN MEANS TO ^'RUSH IT OUT^OP EXISTENCE THECAPITALIST press AND PRINTING PLANTS ARE MAIN^^TAINED TO I.NIT.l ENCE PUBLIC OPINION AGAINST THE EFFORTS^OF THE WORKING CLASS TO EMANCIPATE ITSELF. THEWORKING CLASS MIST HAVE ITS OWN PRESS AND A POW^^ERFUL PRESS. THROUGH WHKHTO state its CKKYANt'K AMD^ITS CAUSE. ORGANIZEDLAHOH CAN ONLY ADVANCE HMNI A tow ER-^FUL LAItOR PRESS. DONOT THROW VOI R .IOR WORK AND ITS PROFIT TO A CAPI^^TALIST I'RESS THAT WILL CUT VOCI MOM W HEN YOU GET^INTO I MM lll,K. THROWIT TO A LAROR PAI'I R AND KTUKNTtSHKN IT SO IT^CAN FIGHT VOIR It VFTLES IN TIME OF STRESS. THEMONTAN \ M Ws Is T1IK ONLY LAROR AND SOCIALIST P\-^Pl...

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 October 1909

V- m i FOR I 111 PARTY OFYOUR CLASH MONTANANEWS OWNKI) AND PUBLISHED FOR Till SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA 4- ABOLISH THE CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOL.VIII. Cfato HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1309. NO.11 MISSOULAPOLICE RELINQUISH ATTEMPT AGAINSTFREE SPEECH I.W. W. DEFEATS CITYCOUNCIL ElizabethGurly Flynn Held for Trial^in Test Case. Free Speech^League Aroused. Thecity council of Missoula haa^proved another exemplification of the^proverb that 'discretion la the better^part of valor^, and completely re^^treated from the in-hi agalnat the I.^W. W. speakers, and the constitution^^al right of Free Speech. In the midst^of the clubbing arresting beating and^other police outrages against the^union workers the council held a^meeting. They found themselves con^^fronted by Jury trials by the score,^immense sums of court expense, an^enraged populace, and fresh speakers^coming In on every train aa candl-^datea for free berths at the city ex-^penae. In fact they saw no end to^the ^radau^ that h...

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 October 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. MOIDWEEKLY. OFFICEIt PARK AV. P. O. BOX 90S Enteredat the Port Office for trans^^mission through the mall at second-^claaa rates. IDACROCCH-HAZLETT^Editor and Manager. SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneTear *^c SixMonth! *oC Onecent per copy In bundlea up to 600 NationalHeadquarter!. J. Mahlon^Barnea, Secretary. 1^0 Washington^Street, Chicago, III. SOCIALIST STAGNATION, SPIES^AND DISRUPTERS PeytonBoawell, the editor and pub^^lisher of the ^Progressive Journal of^Education,^ published at 180 Wash^^ington S., Chicago, has recently com^^menced the publication of the ^Mod^^ern Magazine.^ It is Issued from the populistconvention when It fused, was^a member of the executive committer^of the Montana Stnto Federation of^I^fbor, was organizer for the I'nlted^Brotherhood of Railway Employee*,^and has been a member of he social^^ist party since its Inception. These^articles are Illuminating as to the^crookedness that has marked labor^political activity In Montana...

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 October 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. dodo; Poet'sCorner TAKEUP THE WOMAN'S MUKDEN. IdaOouvh-llaslrtl Takeup the woman's burden, Yedaughters of Mother Earth;^You with your wondrous beauty, Queensof the world's rebirth;^Swept from the primal chaos Intothe realms of life,^Slip from the robes of romance. Enterthe ace-long strife. Takeup the woman's burden. Hamperedby lore and law.^She must Inspire the prophets, Fromher the sages draw^Fountains of living wisdom. Portatheir songs sublime.^Heroes of war and statecraft Strengththrough the scrolls of time Motherof men and nations. Mateof the crowning pair.^Bound and gagged and shackled, Tetahc must still be fair.^Drudge when her glory fadeth, Everthe dear-prlied toy.^Cringing to live her nature. Creaturefor tears and Joy. Takeup your woman's burden Pathof her will denied^^Cursed by the man she spurneth. Crushedwhen for love she died;^Hearing her children in bondage. Slaveto the cry for bread,^Slave for the babes of her bosom, Slavethat man's lust m...

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 October 1909

MONTANANSWS. HELENA, MONTANA. LOCALDEPARTMENT i',v.v.'.- ^.v.wswaaa Womod. Debtof Honor There^till remains a debt of $700^contracted by the Socialist Party of^Monana -.hllc It owned and was pub^^lishing the Montana News. The State^Committee has done nothing to liqui^^date this debt, and the creditors are^looking to those who are at present^running the News for their money. Topay the debt Is an exceedingly^heavy task and Is handicapping and^worrying us considerably. $500 must^be paid as soon as possible, and we^are asking individual socialists and^locals to loan the Montana News any^sum that they may feel disposed and^able to advance. Theresponse haa been aa follows: LocalLima$20.00 J.E. Bush Ml EdwinDew8 00 Wm. Dew6 00 Total$35.00^To be raised $600.00 Balance to get $465 00 (GratefulU^ his Friends. JohnWebster, the old coal miner,^whose case was before the convention^of the Montana Stat.' Federation and^Coal Miners' Convention, was a visitor^at the Montana News office last week.^He ...

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 October 1909

v ^ i ,. WOK THE PARTY^OF YOUR CLASS MONTANANEWS OWNED AND n hushed for the SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA ABOM8H THE CAP-^IT A LI ST SYSTEM VOL.VIII. HELENA,MONTANA, THTJBSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1909. NO.11 AMALGAMATEDCOPPER COMPANY AliasHelena Light ^. Railway Company, Alias^Standard Oil, Alias John D. Rockefeller^Fights Municipal Ownership in^Helena Through the Court SYSTEMBLOCKS PEOPLE'SWILL Cohortsof Profit, Dividend and^Greed Make Democracy a farce^and Popular Government^a Reproach Thereis ne state more opportunely^^ituated for the progressive applica^^tion of a constructive, practical, so^^cialist program, than the state of^Montana at the present time. Fran^^chises are expiring to be let and dis^^posed of all over the state. It is from^these public franchises and the public^service that the most enormous prof^^its are extracted known to modern^commercialism. The profit seeker^seeks them as a vulture seeks the^carrion. Our modern government is^admirably fitted for the production of^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. — 28 October 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICEII PARK AV. P. O. BOX 908 Enteredat the Poat Office for trana-^mtaaioB through the mail at second-^class rates. IDACROrCH-HAZIiETT^14iit..r and Manager. SUBSCRIPTIONS: OnaYear 60c SixMonth* !6c Onecent per copy In bundlea up to 600 NationalHeadquarter!. J. Mahlon^Barnea, Secretary. ISO Washington^Street, Chicago, III. T^AC^S^iS^)COUNCIL IMIIsTltlM, RI8E OK SPAIN, ConditionsIn Spain are very Inte^^resting at present... Spain led the^world in splendor, ontereprlse and^learning after the Renaissance anr.^camo to Its downfall through the^power of the clergy and the uprlsn-;^of England, after a strugle on the^high aeaa of 200 yeara. practically be^ginning with the defeat of the Spart^^an Armada and ending with the vic^^tory of Nelson at Trafalgar. Withthe overthrow of the churrh^In France three years ago the priests^retreated Into Spain. There theae ^*x-^11'^ engaged in the manufacture nf^wines aa well as exploiting the 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. — 28 October 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. miWW Poet'sCorner UK'S(iONK. O'srFerrer's Brave with hitter grief^oppressed^The proletariat mourna Ha hero^alaln; Thebrutal wounda have torn hla mar^^tyred breaat.^The teara of weeping thouaanda fall^like rain. Thevengeance of the crafty and the^proud And snarling Superstition's evil^leer Mockat the world of Light In Borrow^bowed. Theport, statesman, scholar, at hla^bler. FranclacoFerrer lived that truth^might grow^And liberty enlighten human^thought; Hedied by savage king and priest^laid low^^Shot, murdered, mangled for the^truth he taught. HeJoins the long proceaslon who^have laid^Their Uvea upon the altar of the^yeara; Thelaurels on his brow shall never^fade. Whoseleavea are water-d with the^race's tears. IDACROUCH-HAZLETT. INI.I M.I I WITH TYHANTS. Thisis the position the American^government la taking upon itself^though It still goes by the name of a^republic and a refuge for the op^^preaaed. It leagued Itself with the^bloody czar in the caae of the...

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 October 1909

MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA. ^ i mi iii 11 mi ^^^ LOCALDEPARTMENT Thefollow In* article was written by llt-n ll^nf^^r^l for the Now York^Call. Just put MONTANA NEWS In pla.f of Mm OAMt ^^^' J^^^ ^^'^tlio story ax we have II here: Mismana^;kmi:\t (Off tiik c am.) can w am i. mokk money thanIM CAM BKO. ThatIs the an^^w^-r I rc^-rtw*! from h man I a^U^-^l (^^ fontrlbnte to^the t all Wajcc i'uiul. Hi^ kept IiIn money. I Riippose he lias It yet. TheCall has suffer*1*! fnim nilsmaiiajrement In Its business depart^^ment. There can bo no doubt or question about that. From lite first Issue^to the present writing there has Is-on mlm^na^retneiit. had management,^antl no management. The inlsinanajrenient has l^e^-ii of all kind-, and pres^^ent at all times and under all Itoards and all business Managers. MISMANAGEMENT(OF THE call) can WASTE MOKE MONEY^THAN YOF can BEG. Thereare many lauses for the Call mismanagement. But the funda^^mental and primary cause Is one which could be easily removed ...

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 December 1909

V TuiasFOR THE PARTY OF YOUR CLASS MONTANANEWS OWNED AND PCBL.ISHKD FOM THK - I u ivr PARTY OP MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOL.VIII. HELENA,MONTANA, THUB8DAY, DECFMBER 2, 1909. NO.12 CITYGOVERNMENT UNDERCAPITALISM Councilmen Opposing Insurgent Republican^Mayor Edwards of Helena^Call of Grand^Jury Investigation^Mayor Joins in^Demand for Examination FreeSpeech War Ragesat Spokane IndustrialWorkers of the World^Stand by Guns^Arrested Wo^^men Insulted by Police TheIndustrial Workers of the^World are mtk lng allttle stir in this^western section of the country In Its^valiant maintenance of the right of^fre speech. A battle royal was com^^menced with the authorities of Spo^^kane. The authorities show an unus^^ual malignancy against these I. W. W.^because they so openly denounce cap^^italism, Its laws. Its government and^Its authorities; they call on the work-^Ingmen of all grades and stations to^unite on these principles, and to open^^ly, radically and emphatically fight the^ca...

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 December 1909

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICEIt PARK AV. P. O. BOX ^0I Enteredat the Poet Office for trans-^mlaalon through the mail at second -^claaa rates. IDACROUCH-HAZLKTT^Editor and afanafrr. SUBSCRIPTIONS: On*Tear ^0c SixMonths Sic Onecent per copy In bundlea up to 600 NationalHeadquartera, J. Mahlon^Barnea, Secretary. 110 Washington^Street. Chicago. III. AWOMAN LABOR AGITATOR. solveour problems nad Hike Indus^^trial freedom a reality Instead of the^Idle chatter with which lomc people^amuse themseh. s TIIKMILI S OK M \MMOX. TheMur of Eltraheth Gurly Plynn^through the v\. st, and the st.~^ nuojs^work ehc has been pi rformlng In gcn-^crallnt. the Kre. Speech fights ha* In^^troduce il t^ this section of country a i^earnest ir.il eec.getic young womTi. ElizabethOurb-y Flynn Is a married^woman of New York, whose agitation^In the labor movement has excited^much attention in the capitalist press,^and a certain amount In the labor and^socialist psrss: although th...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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