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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 August 1910

MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA. FARMERSAND CITY WAGE WORKERS commondanger confront* the a mnt itrlkc enables tho coal or the Increase ONLY. (Thefollowing poem from the Lon^^don Clarion emphasizes the extent to^which the capitalist system preserve*^the purity of the home, and provides^the Incentive for individual improve^^ment.) Onlya womun^wan and wild^^With body foul and soul defiled.^Gliding along the city street.^All numbed with cold and drenched withsleet^Who la thla child of woe^pray tell^^^Only a harlot fit for hell.^^Only a drunkard, gray and old.^Only an atlc bare and cold,^A scene of sin, death and decay^^What means this ghastly vision pray Thechurch replies without a grown,^^A man must reap as he has sown.^^Only a dim-eyed weary soul.^Tolling to earn a paltry dole^Slaving all day, and half the night,^Her life one bitter, endless fight^Hut lo, an answer Is to hand:^'.Because supply demand.^^Only a baby born^to love^^With a soul more pure than saints^above. Condemnedto sufferi...

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 August 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ILOCALDEPARTMENT^aWITfTstffllTttrffY**'** A MINER PROTESTS AGAINST^ST ATI'. INSI'RANt E 1-AW Mr.Editor: As one of the minors^of this State, 1 am grieved to see auch^a bill pass the legislature aa the one fmmim Uttah 4, no^^the act to createa State Accident Insurance and^Total Permanent dlaablllty Fund for^coal minora and employe.s at coal^washers In Montana. One per cent,^to ba deducted from our gross earn-^ntr* and one cent per ton on tru wa^^age of coal mined and shipped or sold^locally to bs paid by the company Into^tha aame fund under the supervision^of one head^the State Auditor. Ifthis act of compulsion by thi State^taking one per cent of our gross earn^^ings were going to better our condi^^tions In and about the mines, I should^say. let It be. But with my 20 years^experience In the mines 1 fall to see It.^Hence Its weaknes. Thequeation might be asked: did^th. Montiina miners stand by and allow^such a bill to go through^ I can say^without fear of ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 September 1910

fir**FOR THE PARTY^OF TOUR CLASS 8^te Htotorleai Library _1 mmyv 9 Ine Only Workirigman s Paper in Montana MONTANANEWS ABOIJSH THE CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOL.VIII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1910. NO.28 COLONELROOSEVELT INMILWAUKEE, WIS. TradeCouncil Commends Mayor Siedel^For Refusing to Welcome ^The^Big Noise.^ Unionists Re^^member Insults. Thefollowing resolutions were^passed by the Trades and Labor Coun^^cil of Milwaukee: Whereas,Theodore Hons. \ ill^while president of the United States,^whb guilty of the art of publicly re^^ferring to our brothers, the officials^of the Western Federation of Miners,^then on trial for their lives, as 'un^^desirable citizens,^ seeking thereby to^prejudice the trial and secure their^execution, although the Jury later,^and In spite of the influence of his^denunsiatlon, found them Innocent^and Whereas,the said Theodore Roose-^velt, since retiring to private life, has^wantonly insulted the workingmen of^this country who have banded them^^selves t...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 September 1910

THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICEII PARK AV. P. O. BOX 108 Enteredat the Port Office for trans-^mtaatoii through the mall at second-^claai rases. GRAHAM A HAZLETT. Publlahera. IDACROUCH -HAZLETT^IX i I or^JAMES D. GRAHAM^Manager SUBSCRIPTIONS: On*Tear IOc SixMonths *^c Onecent per copy In bundlea up to 600 MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA. TFffiODOREROOSEVELT rebirththere waa alao a aecond chris^^tening and the baptismal font uaed on^thin aecond occasion waa a Standard^OH kerosene can. Charlie belongs to the Ami i^:.iMi.it. ^! a* rurely a* the ^^ . Roosevelt \ ulcnrl/o- everything democraticparty In Mm.(ana doea. . . *touches. Thebig tight that ha* been going -This Is a prettv hard statement On onIn the northwest between the bl^.^ . theother hand, it must be a,limit corporationsfor the control of the . ^ - . Mintwhile he has a treiu bant crudit naturalresources has entered the po- , - - w ^u expressing coiuiiioiiplace thought- lltlcal arena In Montana, and the ...... . whichia bound...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 September 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Ill-:stu^^\^;. Weare not ht-rc to play, to dnnni, to^drift, Wt-have hard work to do, and loads^to lift. Shunnot thi^ struggle; fact- it. 'Tin God'sKlft.^Say not the days are evil^who's to blame Andfold the hands and aequleace^^O shame! Standup, speak out, and bravely. In Ood'sMMM^It matters not how deeply entrenched thewrong, howIons;,^How hard the battle goes, the day^Faint not fight on! Tomorrow core^ a thesong Malthl. Davenport Habeoel;. IDAHONOTES. KditorMntana News. Perhaps a^few lines on direet legislation may be^of Interest to your readera. Directlegislation consists principal^^ly of two parts called the initiative^and the referedum. TheInitiative law of Oregon pro^^vide sthat when eight per cent, of^the voters of the atate aign a peti^^tion to propose any law or amend^^ment to the constitution and deposit^the petition wlh he secretary of state^no baa than four months before the^following election, such proposed act^must be referred to a vote of ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 September 1910

MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA. ILOCALDEPARTMENT PaperRead Before Local Missoula by J. W. Reely ComradeChairman and Comrades: Oursubject tonlsht la Resolved that^Socialism la inevitable. Now Comrade^Chairman and Comrades: the first^^stlon It ^What la Socialism^^ Web^^ster says: Socialism is a theory of so^^ciety which advocates a more precise,^orderly and harmonious arrangement ofthe social relations of mankind thun^that which heretofore prevailed. Worcester'sDictionary says: Social^^ism is a science of reconstructing so^^ciety on an entirely new basis, by sub^^stituting the principle of association^for that of competition in every^branch of industry. Imaintain that the Social program^ta not a theory imposed on society for^Its acceptance or rejection. It la but^the interpretation of what is aooner or^later Inevitable. Socialismstands for the socializa^^tion of the means of production and^distribution; the land, the factories,^the mines, the water-ways, and w ater-^powers, the railroad...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 October 1910

/ Historic, library fi.ltajrOR THE PAHTY OF YOl'R CI^ASR TheOnly Workingmans Paper in Montana MONTANANEWS ABOLISH THE CAP^ITALI8T RIM VOLVIII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCT. IS, 1910. NO.29 SPLENDIDEXAMPLE OF SOCIALISTSAT WORK TheOld Order Changes. Graft and^Waste Giving Way Before Active^Socialist Measures. Keep your^Eye on Milwaukee TheMilwaukee Socialists have be- I a firm soiling ^blthllthlc^ pavement,^fin tin lr Congressional campaign with This firm asked an exorbitant prlc ^^a whooping success) They have tri- for this pavement, and If the graft^umphantly Invaded Waukesha, that hud not been discovered, the city rocked-rlbtiedrepublican stronghe.hl^which is united with a part of Mil^^waukee In one Congressional district. Hutfor this handicap on Milwaukee,^we should have sent a Socialist to^onpn years ago. This la the dis^^trict in which Victor L Borger is now^candidate for Congress. Of course,^the first necessary step for the Mil^^waukee Socialists* was In some way to^break Into...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 October 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. WlMONTANA NEWS. issff.dweekly. OFFICEII PARK AV. P. O. BOX ^08 Enteredat the Po^t Office for trana-^mlaalon through the mall at *econd-^claaa rates. GRAHAM * HAZLETT. Publisher*. IDACROVCH-HAfcLETT^Editor^.1 \MI^ l^. OB \ll AM Manager SIHSCKIPTIONS: OneYear ^0c 8UMonth* lie Onecent per copy In bundles up to 600 NationalHeadquarters, J Mahlon^Uarnee. See r. tary. ISO W ashington^^treet. Chicago. III. IIII M^ Wt.l I I ^ \N Ut Atpresent there is a tierce labor^^ ,r on In the Pacific coast states,^which exte nd* over various trades^The building trades, brewery work, rs^u ml iron workers being the active^participants The bulk of the fight^ft present being borne by the Iron^trades, principally the machinists. Tne^strike- xone ext. nds from Victoria snd^Vancouver. B. C. to Los Angeles ^nd^e istward to Spokane. Atpresent Los Angeles Is the storm^at nter and al . ye* have been turned^t that city by the ruining of the^Times building As usual organic. 1^labor is b...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 October 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Poet'sCorner BeProgressive or Red Goblin Will Catch You. Tell'Km You're Feel In' Flno Therain't no use In klckln' friend. Ifthings don't come your way.^It dots no K^od to hollrr round, un' grumblenight and day;^The thlnr to do to curb yrr grolf cutout yrr little whiuc.^An' when they auk you how you ure. JestBuy, ^I'm feelln' fine. Tinyeln't no man alive but what labooked to git his slap;^They ain't no man that v ulks but whatfrom trouble geta his rap;^Oo mingle with the bunch, old boy, when-all the bright lights shine.^And whin they usk you how you ure, jestsuy, ' I'm feelln' fine. Ycrh'art may be Jest bustin' with somereal or fancied woo.^But If you smile the other folks ain't veryapt to know ;^The old world laughs at heartaches, friend,be they your own, or mine;^So, w hen they usk | on how you are, Jestaay, ^I'm feelln' fine. Nowthe Farmers' Fnlon bus been^^Taff Vuled,^ or, more properly, con^^victed under the Sherman anti-trust^law provision ngainst ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 October 1910

MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA. LOCALDEPARTMENT ^^^^ SOCIALISTCANDIDATES idaiio. Congressman. HollaMyers.^Justice of Supreme Court. Sindcy\v. Motley.^Governor. J.II. Coon, tsr.^Lieutenant Governor. MorganP. t:ifforil^S. en tnry of Staff. ]. J. O' Malionoy.^Auditor. GeorgeW. Triplow.^Treasurer. JessieM My. r.^AllaMwVa'f General. ChesterIf. Kelt in.^Siipv rint^ nil^ nt of Public Insructlon. i:iizuhith Crabbc.^Inspector of Mint s. CharlesH. IV ndleton.^Judge :lr^l Judicial IHstrlct HenryCnfebc.^Juil-. ^Hi Judicial District.^Walt, r I. Bnltharar. WTOMIXO. 1'. n-i ' ssinan Jam.s Morgan,^t ;..\ 1 rnor. \\ \V I'at rsoii.^S.rn buy of State. I.\111.ill Payne.^Treason r. GahrialKilf\sift.^Auditor. JukiJohnson. Sii|^ r int. ndent ..1 Public Insructlon.^J ustii^^^ Supr. nn- Court. II V. S Or* sln-ck.^Justice Mi Judicial District. ThomasA. Morp.in Movi\n \. 'uiiur. ssman. I 1'i.ink Mable.^Kail road 1 'omniissioncr. A.|i. 1 . uj-'h.^I'll rk for the Supn tin Court. .1 I'. lupMi. hocim.ist cocvn ncuc...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 April 1911

VOTEFOR TIIK MM^OP YOUR CX^ASB. MONTANANEWS ABOLISHTHE CAP-^TALI ST SYSTEM. VOL.VII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, APKIL 6,1911. NO.33. NEWSOF BATTLE! NEWS OF BATTLE! SOCIALIST VICTORIES EVERYWHERE. LARGEINCREASE OFSOCIALISTS SocialistsCarry Butte by Large^Pluralities ^Great Gains all^Over the Country lug1^^ votes, this being one of the Jiirprof thr election. mirth ward. Kusscll ran second, poll- Forthe third time in eight y ars^the Socialists of Montana have elected amayor. First tin r. vv.... Mtola In190::. theni:..l Lodge in 1907 and^now Unite I-jistmondiv tin Socialists carried^the city of Kutte liy pluralities which.^In many CUSes, probably exceed those^ever received by a candidate in tie^history of Hutte Lewis J. Duncan^was elected major, receiving I major^^ity of 4 4 5 votes o\er all the other^candidates. His plurality was the^largest ever received by a mayor of^the city. Danh I Shovltn was elected^city treasurer by a plurality of 1.223^votes o\ei his near, st opponent the^republ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 April 1911

2 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ISSUEDWEEKLY.^OltAHAM A HAZLETT, Publishers.^OFriCE 11 PARK AV. P. O. BOX tOt^Entered at the Po*t Office for trans^^mission through the mall at second-^claaa rate*. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Ob*Tear 10c SixMentha lie On*cent per copy In bundlea up to 600 BUSCTIONIRKTURNS. Theresult of the elections held thla^Hi'i'k arc very gratifying to the Soci^^al lata. From all over the country^cornea word of Socialist gain. InMilwaukee we Buffered a alight^rcverae, the forces of reaction elected^their candidates, however, thla la not^discouraging hut what waa to be ex^^pected, yet In spite of the defeat the^Socialists polled a large Increase In^their vote, the Milwaukee Socialists^lost no votes , althouKh they did not^elect any candidates. Theresult in Milwaukee has dem^^onstrated one thins-, and that Is the^capitalists are concentrating- their^forces on the Milwaukee Socialist^movement, and it la up to the Social^Ista In other large Industrial centers^to double up in their...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 April 1911

MONTANANEWS, HKUi.XA, MONTANA HIJOMtMi OK LABOR, ByHerbert N. Cauon.^(Air: ^Marching Through Georgia.^) Raiseyour voices, comrades, in a loud amihearty Bong,^Music ia the enemy of tyranny and wrong; Melody will help us to be resolute^and Btrong, Aawe are marehing to freedom.^Chorus. Hurrah,hurrah, we'll bring the jubilee,^Hurrah, hurrah, the workers shall be^free; 80we'll sing in chorus from the cen^^ter to the soa,^As we are marching to freedom. WhenLabor is united we shall con^^quer every foe, Rightand might are on our side to^bring usurpers low, Godis with the workingman, as every^one shall know,^At we are marching to freedom. Cho. Hurrah, hurrah, etc. Wemean to fight for justice and for equityagain,^Long the new Grand Army has been gatheringits men,^Many friends will help us on with ballot,voice and pen.^As we arc marching to freedom. Cho. Hurrah, hurrah, etc. liARCiKINt'KKAKK OK SOCIALISTS Continuedfrom First Page. forJudge of the Circuit Court, Schoo'^Board or Alde-rman-at-lar...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 April 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ANCIENTWORKERS B J. HMMQM Somewhereaway back in the misty | It takes many years to develop a race^past, wh. n the light of reaaon flrat | or mechanics lieran to break upon him, man in his^beastly state fought for supremacy In^much the same manner as the animals^do to-day. The boldest. strongest,^most cunning and merciless, beating^and clubbing his fellows Into submis^^sion. Suchmust have been the origin of^the master class and Its concomitant,^the working class. Itwould be absurd to suppose that^with the dawn of reason, this wild^animal Immediately assumed one of^the highest forms of civilization. The^primitive animal then, is the form^which this primitive animal man as^^sumed. The simplest form of govern^^ment is that common among the an.^Imals to-day. There v as at the head of^every group, or tribe, or family, a^master whom all the rest obeyed, and^afterwards worshipped. Itappears from all the evidence^that the first form of aoclety was^that of master...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 April 1911

VOTEFOH Till PAHTY opyorit i i,\ss MONTANANEWS ABOLISHtiii: c\p-^i \l |s| fjl s| i M. VOL.VII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 20,1911. NO.34. MAYORSEIDEL'S^ANNUAL MESSAGE OldParty Press Treats It With^Silence. Great Progress Made^During The Past Year.^More to Come. ttoialislMayor Sobbi presented hi*^annual mcKmix,. thin wn k to the city^council of Milwaukee, ami the nine^dully imperii In Milwaukee had very^little to May about it, practically Ig-^norlnK the mayor'* message. Theold parties and their press In^Milwaukee and throtiKhout the coun^^try are slandering and wilfully lying^alsiut the work of the socialist ad^^ministration In Milwaukee. The soci^^alists of Milwaukee are making good^hut the old parties are afraid to let^It he known, hut on the contrary are^carrying on a campaign of mlsrepre.^Mentations In hopes of defeating tin-^socialists at the next election Thefollowing Is from the message^of Major Scldel: Tothe Honorable the Common Coun-^(lentlemen: The past year In the^cit...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 April 1911

2 MONTANANLWS, HEI.HNA, MONTANA. IS8URDWKEKLT. OKAIIAM ^ 11 A/.l.1. 11, Publishers. OKFICKXI PA UK AV. P. O. BOX 908^Kiiti-i^^ J at tlie Poet Office for trana- inlaalonthrough the mall at aecond- daaeraws -.rusekiptions: OneYnr ^0c Sixlionthi Ite Onerent per copy In bundles up to 600 Mli^l^l\^; in i.l-s IdaCrotich-lla/.lett. for five yea is^editor of t he Montana New* .was^maiti. d l.i.^t Thursday to II' rnian^Schnlck of U'^i^l^iHn, Montana. Tinwedding took place in the horn ^^of Alexander Fairgrlevea In Ml lings.^Justice of the Peace. t\ E. Smith of^Hillings performing the circmony. Tli.-Montana News joins with the^host of frU-nda of Ida In v Ishing her^kiuI her husband, health and hup-^|iini'Rf^ In thrlr new venture. Thenewly marrli d couple returm d^lo I,, wistnwn to make tin lr home. Il\ ^. Motley. (.irrixu ^^\ to mi: hopf.n. Id-portfrom Washington arc to the^effect that Senator Myera of Montana.^.- opposed to altering ^schedul- K,^^or th.- tariff on wool, until m-xt Dcc-^. ml.,...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 April 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELEN.\, MONTANA. winnot take the kaink Iffifty linn iliil nil tlx- work^Anil gave lh^- price to live; Amilit those five mak. it 11 the rules. You'dsay the fifty nu n were fool^,^I'nllt to be alive. AnilIf .\on hoard complaining erics Kromllfty brawny men.^Itlarnlng tin' live fur urnft mill greed.^Injustice, cruelty Indeed Whatwould jrou rail them then Notl^y their own superior force D..five on llfty live;^Hut liy flection anil ass. nt^Ami privilege of government I'iiwctkthat tlx tilt) give Ifllfty men arc really fools^^Ami live haw all the brains Thelive must rule as now we find. HutIf the llfty have tin mind^^Why don't they take the reins WEEKLY I.IITIKN ON H'Hfl.li iioiM)UUUMJaW MM it II) Walter Thomas Mill*. minicm i Thequestion of win re we live and^how we live In so largo a chare of tlx^other question ^what we are^ as well^an the welt and woof of life Itself that^no one i'un be Indlffcn nt to these |l|. StlotlS InGreat Itritaiu ami in Europe as^In America, the que...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 April 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. SOCIALISMKILLED INMILWAUKEE llv Carl l^. Thompson. SuchIs thi' shout of the capital^^istic papers of Milwaukee. Iy combining the republican ami^democratic parties, the tax dodgers,^the boodlers, the unifiers, anil certain^church element*, the capitalists sue.^cceded In electing a few candidates^to the school hoard and judiciary. 80now they think they have killed^Socialism. ItIsn't the first time the capitalist*^thouKht they had killed Socialism.^Socialism can never he killed.^However, we want our comrades of^America to realise fully what a des^^perate struKKle is going on in Mil^^waukee, and what a desperate battle^we are going to have to fight for the^next year, in order to hold the city. Theycannot heat us by fair means.^Hut that doesn't matter to them. Thetruth is on our side In every^detail and In every respect. TheSocialists of Milwaukee have^made good, as the Socialists have In^every other city, state and nation nn-^tlcr the shining sun where they...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 25 May 1911

VOTEFOR THK PARTY^OF YOUR CLASS. MONTANANEWS ABOLISHTHE CAP-^TALIST SYSTEM. VOL.VII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 25,1911. NO.35. SOMETHINGDOING^IN WASHINGTON BergerStirs the Fossils^Kidnapping^to Be Investigated by^Congress. prove,when operating through the^referendum, a sufficient check upon^^uch radical innovations or violent^changes aa might poaaibly be attempt^^ed by a popular representative body;^therefore be It Resolvedby the Senate and House^of Representatives of the United^States of America in Congress aasem.^bled (two-thirds of each House con- .(By National Socialist Tress) Washington.D C Hay 24^Declar^^ing that the kidnapping of the MrN'a-^tnara brothers is a conspiracy of the^National Erectors' Association against^the Structural Ironworkers' Union, V.^Kerger, the Socialist Representative,^introduced a resolution lr the House^providing for a Congr.sional investi^^gation of the Indianapolis outrage. Bergernased his resolution on the^fourteenth amendment to the con^^stitut...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 25 May 1911

MONTANA.NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ISSUEDWEEKLY.^GRAHAM A HAZLETT. Publisher*^OFFICE II PARK AV. P. O. BOX 101^Entered at the Poat Office for trana mlaalonthrough the mall at second- claaarates. SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneTear SisMentha Onecent per copy In bundles up to tOO Thereia a great demand being^made nt the public lihrarlea all over^the atate for Socialist books_ Moat of^those who enquire for works on Soc^^ialism are people who know little^about Socialism, but aeeklng informa^^tion on the subject. As most public^librariesin Montana are poorly equip-^pi (l with works on Socialism, locals^should appoint a committee to call on^the trustees of the public library, or^the librarian and endeavour to get a^good assortment of Socialist books^ordered for use in the llbray. Kducationla what la required to^push forward tch cauae of Socialism,^and every opportunity should be taken^advantage of to advance the propa^^ganda of Socialism. Acrisis OOMOTO. Thoughtfuland obeerving men are^gradually reaching ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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