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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 January 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. IHI WORKING GIRL. Touuk me to smile and be happy,^And not mind the rough roRd of^life; Tolighten the burden of othera, Andpreaa to the front In the atrlfe.^Tou My that the ahadowa bang^deepeat Beforethe dawn breaks o'er the^hills; Theatara gild the high vault ^f mid^^night; There'sbalm for the bitterest I'K Toutell me God tries us by Ore Tobring out the pure shining gold;^That strong natures face the fierce^tempest Andexquisite beauties unfold,^That he who would enter the king^^dom. Inhis heart must become as a^child; The peaks of the mountains are^lonely, Andswept by the winds that are^wild. Tea I know; I have thought it atl^over AaI sit In this dumb, atupli grief;^And I wonder why thinking and^knowing^^illl fail to bring any relief.^T look at you happy, protect ad. Witha heart that ia Joyous and^warm. Touwalk In the glow of the sunshine,^And I in the night and the storm Foryou the sweet roses are bloom'^ing. Forme does the dread nightshade^spring; For...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 January 1910

MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA. LOCALDEPARTMENT MONTANAWOHKINGMKX. Youhave boon so aroused by the wrongs against your^^ la--, by the attempt lo suppress labor organization by prom^^inent state ..Hi. till- by the determination lo trait nlT the^labor of convict*, tliat you have put 2.0OO subscriptions on^(In1 News I^^t lii tin- liisi six weeks. Etcryother cap. r In the state Is subsidized by Ihe cap^^italist class and the officials of the capitalist class except Ihe^News. Noother paper in the stale will expose official graft ex^^cept the News. Theprotection of labor In our Industrial system depends^upon labor's protection of its press. ....To right wrongs the public must know tliat those wrongs^exist. TheMontana News Is the only worklngman's paper in^Montana. Itdoes not stand for the capitalist's politics; it stands for^the worltlngman's politics^Socialism.. .The udvocate of lal^^r^must be read by labor. Whatare you doing to spread the muse of justice and^the dignity of labor trough the...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 3 February 1910

v..,, for the party^of your class TheOnly WorkingmaiVs Paper in Hontana MONTANANEWS t ^* i Ttrv OWNKI) AND PI HUSHED for SOt IAUSM IN MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOL.VIII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY. KKBRUaKY 3, MO. NO.18 WHATIS THE MATTER WITH THEMONTANA PRISON BOARD DoGovernor Norris, Attorney General Galen^and Secretary of State Yoder Know that^Convict Labor Exists in Montana in^Spite of Assurances Given to^Organized Labor STRIKINGSWITCHMEN APPEALFOR HELP EveryLocal and Every Craft of Organ^^ized Labor Should Send Imme^^diate Aid to the Railroad^Workers on Strike StPaul. Minn . Jan. 7, 1*10^TO ALL. ORGANIZED LABOR: OnOctober 15, 1^0^. the Switch^^men'* Union through its anthorlzed^representative*, In the Northwest ter^^ritory, served notice on the railroads,^hat a conference was desired for the^purpose of discussing u wage increase^and improvement In working condi^^tions. OnOctober 19th the Switchmen's^I'nlon Committee and certain rail -^road officials met In conference...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 3 February 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICE1^ PAKK AV. P. O. BOX ^08 Filtered;il the Post Office for trans^mission through the mall at second-^claaa ratea. GHAH AM A HAZLKTT. Publishers idanOVOMUUR I.III. r and Manager Sl'BSCRIPTIONS: OneTear 10c SixMonth* tie Onecent per copy In bundles up to 600 NationalHeadquarters, J. Mahlon^Barnea, Secretary. 180 Washington^Street. Chicago. 111. [TRADE S LUw) COUNCIL. whois hwiiwiiii for mui pricks getIt from the Kerr Publishing Co.^Chicago for 10 Centa. You will get^some Ideas on scientific method* of^dealing with crlnm Ifyou wish to really study the sub^^ject umlerstamlitiRly get Enrlca Fer-^Tl'u ^Positive School of Criminology^^from the same place You will learn^that confining men In dungeons and^starving them Is not considered an^up-to-date way of reforming a human^being. Neither Is reducing them to^peonage to make fortunes for capital^^ists by plundering the public. Crimeis the result of condltlona.^Society la the g...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 3 February 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. cmoD Poet'sCorner TilKVOICKX OK WOMKN. Thewoman's cause la man's; they rlaeor sink^Together, dwarfed or godlike; bond orfree. Thereare voices that call from the^mountain.^And voices thut cry from the plain;^That rlae from the valleys of sorrow.^As the praver of the desert for^rain; Thatsob through the gloom of the^midnight. Andwake with the earliest dawn^^The heart-breaking voices of women Withhope and with happiness gone. Theyare crushed by the arm of op^^pression, Andcursed by the weight of the^years; Theiryoung babes are torn from their^bosoms; Theih eyes have grown dim with^their tears.^They stretch empty arms to the twi^^light Forthe claap of a little, soft hand;^And the cry from their myriad voices^Kreaks forth from al over the land. t^h.give us our children, our chil^^dren! Tohold them once more to our^heart. oh,give us the homes you have ra^^vaged And sold in the world's wicked^mart. oh, let us come forth from the^shadow Anddwell In the sunshine...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 3 February 1910

MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA. [d^JM.|tUl.ai'^s^ LOCALDEPARTMENT RwWWWMar^^^* V.V.'.VWWWHWSWSBi Toyou Lovers and Workers for Liberty TheMontana Nrwa In again being published, although not a party owned^paper, yet the News will work to the interests of the party In every way^Mi will In no wise hinder the development of the movement, but In ev^ery possible way work with all the forces at 1U command to make our^party a HUM in the political Held without making any compromise of^principle. Tostart the publication of the News again is an undertaking that is full^of dltticultit s, and heavy handicaps. Th.' debts of the past are facing us^and the creditors of the News when it was a party owned paper are still^looking to us for payments, and this is very embarrassing in a business^While waiting on the postoffl.ee to grant the Montana News mailing priv^^ileges we had to deposit 120.00 as a guarantee . acli week before the paper^could go to Its readers. A consignment of paper amounting to $100 ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 February 1910

TUxsCFOB THE PARTY OFTOUR CLASS TheOnly Workingman's Paper in flontana MONTANANEWS OWNKI) ANI^ II HI .is ii tit FOB SOCIALISM IN MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOL,VIII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1910. NO.19 HOWDID CONLEY ^ MACTAGUE GETTHEIR DONANZA FARMS FarmersFeared Roving Convicts^Stockraising,^Farming, Sta^te Prison Supplies^All In^^dustrially Handled by Convicts-Why is^Billings Anxious to have Convict^Work on Public Road FEUDALBARONS OF DEERLODGE VALLEY WaxRich and Powerful while Convicts^do the Work and State Pays the^Bi^s. No Bids Called for to^Supply Prison Contracts Therecord* of Powell County show^that the firm of Conley A McTague^are assessed for thirteen thouaand^four hundred acres of farm land In^the vicinity of Deer Lodge. This does^not Include all the land farmed by^the above firm. A representative of^the News in malng the investigation^was Informed from reliable sources^that the llrm of Conley ^ McTague^owns and controls through base forty^thou...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 February 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA, THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICEII PARK AV. P. O. BOX 908 Enteredat the Poat Office for trans-^mlMlon through the mall at second-^class rates. GRAHAM ^ HAZLETT, Publlahera. IDACROUCH - HAZLETT^Editor and Manager. SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneYear iOo suMonths Ite Onecent per copy In bundles up to 600 NationalHeadquarters, J. Mahlon^Barnes, Secretary. 110 Washington^Street. Chicago. III. SOt'lM.IM's \S LABOR LKADF.HS. TheSocialist party is not sorm thin ;^apart from th^' general labor move-^mint. It In the political expression^of that movement. In British Colum^^bia, when the coal miners arc tiKbtitiK^for better condition they know that^the socialist members of the local par^^liament are nVhtinK with them. To^be sure the same thing is suppos d^to Im- true everywhere. But In some^way tlx- socialist party In most local^^ities has lost direct touch with the^class struggle. Theabove is from a recent article^from Comrade Simons. It is remark^^able how the gnat labo...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 February 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Poet'sCorner AHONNKT. (ToIda CTaMll ItMUIt ) Withvision far that sees the great Shouldlk^.^Thou Kuxest longing o'er nr. :it pain ofwrong!^Hi r^ ft of Just reward, and toiling long. Thouseest afar what others will not ee! Nowlife Is hard; and yet not hope^^lessly Thy toll, since Mope rewards the hrave,the strong.^Anil e\er In ll.^ ...ul (ho Ureal^KlMHlltl lie. NotSisyphus tolling thou, thla atone^will lie .11 the mountain top^the corner^stone. Of 11 . ..at structure rising heaven high Ai.iiv. all present wrong. Then sor^^row's sigh^With sympathy shall dwell, and love^alone Willpay for thee thy MMMt agony. H. \-lstaine for Comrade. OffnradcCI. W Woodlie.\ ol San^I Hi go, t'al., is a colored comrade^well-known MM the I'nited States for^t In ^ hist l ight years for the vigorous^propaganda work he has done for so^^cialism, lioth through speaking and^writing. He is the author of several^I.imiKm that are among the hest sellers^In American socialist literature....

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 February 1910

MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA. G LOC4LDEPARTMENT yiiiiMMMMiWMMPHHiMiyiu'HmfiymMni'irrr irrininirirriraTinir Toyou Lovers and Workers for Liberty TheMontana News la again being ubllshed, although not a party owned^paper, yet the News will work to the Interests of the party In every way^and will In no wise hinder the development of the movement, but In ev^^ery possible way work with all the forces at Its command to make our^party a success In the political field without making any compromise of^principle. Tostart the publication of the News again is an undertaking that Is full^of difficulties, and heavy handicaps. The debts of the past are facing us^and the creditors of the News when t was a party owned paper are still^looking to us for payments, and this is very embarrassing in a business. Whilewaiting on the postolfiee to grant the Montana News mailing priv^^ileges we had to deposit $20.00 as a guarantee each week before the paper^ceuld go to its reader*. A consignment of paper amoun...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 February 1910

Jtorjca, Q*ly Workingmans Paper in Montana utafi FOR THE PARTY OFYOUR CLASS MONTANANEWS OWNKl) AND l'( BUSHED FOR K(^CI\USM IN MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOL.VIII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY. FEBRl' a RY 24, 1910. NO.21 EVICTIONCONSPIRACY AGAINST MEN Bankers*Landlords and Politicians Are Determ^^ined to Keep Aggressive Union Men from Mak^^ing Living or Residing in Deer Lodge^Big^Caesar Wants His Feudal Estates inPeaceful Repose INDIVIDUALSABOVE FRANCHISELAW Conleyand McTague Run Waterworks^in Deer Lodge in Violation of^State Law and Democratic^Control Whn any person or corporation^desires to operate a system of water^works In any city in Montana, a fran-^^chlse most first be obtained from the^city in which It does business. Some^corporations have corrupted city^councils In order that they might se^^cure a franchise. Now this is Impos^^sible as the law states that all fran^^chise grants must be submitted to a^^sote of the people for ratification. InDeer Lodge It is a littl...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 February 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSCRDWEEKLY. OFFICE1^ PAKK AV. P. O. BOX ^0I Enteredat the Post Ofllce for trana-^mlsslon through the mall at second-^class rales. GRAHAM ^ HAZLETT. Publlahera. IDACROTJCH-HAZLKTT^Editor and Manager. SUBSCRIPTIONS: On*Tear 81sMonth* I6c On*cent per copy In bundlea up to S00 NationalHeadquarter*, J. Mahlon^Barnes, Secretary. 110 Washington^^treat. Chicago. III. winhi: ark thk impossibil- istsNOW | Thereturn* from the national elec^^tion on officials and referendum*^chow that the American socialist par^^ty has responded emphatically to the^challenge of the direct actionists.^The member* elected on the Execut^^ive ommittee are Robert Hunter,^Victor Herger, Morrl* Hilciult, John^Spargo, Lena Morrow-Lewis, Oeo. H.^f.o.bel, and Jas F Carey^all per^^ron* standing for a strong construct^^ive, political policy. Even the seven^who were the second choice are all^noted for the same constructive build^ing policy in the party. Ths Ameri^^can sociali...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 February 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. i,*,sssM,*ssu$cax Poet'sCorner WEEKLYLESSON FOR SOCIALIST^LOCALS AND MEMBERS. IMHIM\NT Inthe depth* u^ many a UioukIiU.hu^heart, I^ i.l.l. !i below, neath the laughter gay^And the eareleiw speech, there la some^^thing; that lies^Silent and cold, through the Kleesome day. Andthe solemn night. The powers ,of thought, Oflove, and of hope that attend Its^name, Arebound with It there in the slumb ^^rous shad us^of a darkened soul that la lost to^fame. Osearch you well for the deep-hid^treasure! WakeIt to life with a brave, strong^blast. Hlnwnon the trumpet of youth's tense^power. Thylife It will win from the wasted past. IDACKOUCH-HAZLETT. \\I-In Note*. TheMilwaukee Socialists will hold^their platform convention Feb. 2* at^Ethical Hall. The city and ward^tickets of the Socialist-Democratic^party have already been chosen by^referendum vote of the party mem^^bership. When our platform is adopt^^ed we shall be regularly In the field^The first distribution of ca...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 February 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. DEPARTMENTI L0C4L^^^^^^^^^ Toyou Lovers and Workers for Liberty TheMontana News Is again being ubllshed, although not a party owned^paper, yet the News will work to th e Interests of the party In every way^and will In no wise hinder the development of the movement, but In ev^ery possible way work with all the forces at IU command to make our^party a success In the political field without making any compromise of^principle. Tostart the publication of the News again is an undertaking that Is full^of difficulties, and heavy handicaps. The debts of the past are facing us^nnd the creditors of the News when t was a party owned paper are still^looking to us for payments, and this Is very embarrassing in a business Whilewaiting on the postofflce to grant the Montana News mailing priv^^ileges we had to deposit $20.00 as a guarantee each week before the paper^could go to its readers. A consignment of paper amounting to $100 plus^freight is now in transit from the...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 March 1910

TheOnly Workingman's Paper in Montana T(MKFOB THE FARTY OP YOUR CLASH VOL.vlll. MONTANANEWS OWNKI) AND I'i niJgHED FOB sot I \|.|SM IN MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1910. NO.22 TARSTELL SOLONS OFSLAVERY ON SEA UnionLeaders Testify Before House Committee^That Boys and Landlubbers Manned the^Ships^Law authorized by Govern^^ment Makes Sailors the Prop^^erty of Shipowners BIGLAKE STRIKE BEFORECONGRESS ChairmanFrom State where Shipown^^ers and Shipbuilders Have No^Love for Trades Unions-^Fugitive Seamen's^Law in Force Washington,D. C.^^They manned^their ships with hoys^boys, whose^trousers only came down to their^knees^to break the strike on the^great lakes.' Thechairman of the House Com^^mittee, on Merchant Marine and Fish^^eries, raised his hand Impatiently to^the Secretary of the Lake Seamen's^Union. Doyou mean to tell this commit^^tee that these great corporations^these Immense Investments of capital,^would risk their vessels In the hands...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 March 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICE1^ PARK AV. P. O. BOX 908 Enteredat the Po^t Office for trans-^mlMlon through the mall at second-^claaa rate*. GRAHAM ^ HAZLETT. Publisher*. IDAeWNNHUUR^Alitor and Manngcr. SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneTear 10c SixMonth* tie Onecent per copy In bundles up to 600 NationalHeadquarters, J. Mahlon^Harnrs. Secretary. 180 Washington^Street. Chicago, 111. T^A^s(fts^^)cOUNCIL) THEIU K TARIFF. VictorBerger of Milwaukee, In dis^^cussing the high price of foods, de^nominates the situation as the ,'hun^ger tariff^. He Bays it mill be the^province of the socialist party to tak^up the tight against this hunger tariff^with might and main. The Milwau^^kee socialists are making good this^d. l. i initiation by arranging and as-^fisting great mass meetings of the^Federated Council, at which the ablest^socialists and labor men In the coun^^try are speakers, where this hunger^tariff is thoroughly aired from tht^workers' standpoint. Whatan excellent...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 March 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. roHTITKIl IN ItK. Liveto the end^there is Joy In the^living, PeaceIn the sorrow that triumphs^o'er wrong.^Blest is the heart that to others is^giving MotiveIntense to be upright and^strong. Fromglowing heights afar^Hennis hope's refulgent star;^Unties* the lips that break, not into^song. Whatla the scorn of tho world and^its sighing W ak the contempt of the Idle and^vain; BoundIn the shakles of seff they are lying Maddenedwith greed and corrupt^^ed with gain.^Leap to the fight again,^Stabllsh the right again,^Hear Its bright banner though leg-^Ions be slain. Donot despair; 'tis the whine of the coward. Spurn like a serpent each dark^traitor's wile;^H^in. where a friend midst the enemies^towered. Somewherea lift, or a tear, or a^smile. Yearsare before you still;^Life's crystal fountains fill^Full the rich goblet of glory^through trial.^IDA CROUCH-HAZLETT. II..1ill - Income Tai. Adramatic prophesy of evel times^which might result If the income la:,^amendm...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 March 1910

Ml MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. LOCALDEPARTMENT^To Our Supporters! WhenI he Socialist Tarty ceased publishing the Mmm New*. Unit' werea considerable number of lHlls left unpaid which lunc ncui been nut^by the Stale CJbsnmlttce of tho No.4allst Parly of Montana. Inorder to I'onlinut' publishing tlx* Xcwn ami iiialntaln lis business stand^lug, the present publishers, Graham and llazlcll. had to guarantee tile pay^^ments of some of Ilie debts of the Socialist llirty. \- we wen- financially^iiiiahle to pay them all off. notes were given to guarantee payment of eer-^tuin debts, mid these note* harked by our personal securities. Inm^ or I Ik- note-, amounting to $250.00 each and one of $100.00 fall due^on April 17lh with interest at ten per cent |^er annum. Tomeet these note- and make the mi-cssarj Improvements on the paper^as well a* continuing the puhlicatioii of the \^^ will In- a strain greater^than wo can liear at this time. We need support. Ue need help and ask^all Mipportcrs and 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. — 24 March 1910

StateHistorical Library TCflJCFOR THE PARTY^OF YOUR ( I \ss TheOnly Workingman's Paper in Montana MONTANANEWS OWNED AND PUBLISHER FOR SOCIALISM IN MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOLVIII. HELENA,MONTANA, THI RSDAY, MARCH 24, 1910. NO.23 StrikeIs Spreading Headof State Federation of Labor in^Pennsylvania Condemns Brutality^of Rapid Transit Company I'hiudelphla.The general strike In^spreading dally. The horse shoers^have just come out and effected a^complete tie up. The department^store clerks are coming out. They^have already closed the stores in sev^^eral suburbs. , E.E. Ore. nwalt, President of the^State Federation of I,abor, Is the ^. ti^^ter of Intercut In Philadelphia today,^for he has issued a call for a general^strike through out the state of J't nn^sylvania. Inreply to a RfHM that he give^the reasons for calling the state strike^Mr Grecnwalt said: SufferedLong Enough. Laborhas suffered long enough.^I never was so shocked In my life as^when Hugh Barron of the Carmen's^...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 March 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OmCBIt PARK AV. P. o. box 101 AtUt^ Poet Ofltoe for trans-^Lkrvagfa tfee mi all at second- OKAHAM A H AKLETT. Publishers IDAC^or i H HAIIJCTT^Mk^ and Manager. sWTaaSCWIIHONS: OnYear aMentha lie Onecent per copy in bundles up to BOO NationalHeadquarters, J. Mahlon^Barnes. Secretary. 110 Washington^^irni. Chicago. Ill TECHNICALTRMMX. IN PUBLIC^SCHOOLS. Severalof the socialist paper* have^recently given place to articles pro^^claiming against trade instruction In^the public schools, employing the ar^^gument that education In an Indus^Irial direction would be perverting the^schools to the use of the master cli^We should like to ask what other cl^the schools serve now. The training^given at present is to make clerical^experts that can be used as assistants^to lawyers, ofllcie* and the commerc^^ial class. Thetechnical training is provided^alone in private schools so high priced^that only the children of the well-to-^do can have ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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