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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 25 May 1911

MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 3 AnilUWMMi CRY.^BY G. H. Gibson Oh.i* there heaven for me Earthhus no room.^Friendless, from man I flee Forthto my doom,^{'an Uod be hard and cold,^l.ik. those who strive for sold^^Will he refuse to give Lostonea a home Faintingwith toll, I've borne Waxraforced down.^Work I have sought each morn, Facing man's frown.^Now on the street I'm cast;^Struggling, I Kink, at laat;^Thrown from the aluma of earth.^^ Helpleaa, I drown! God*ave what man deatroya. Reachingfor Kain;^God curse whnt man enjoys, Boughtwith such pain.^Worship^ It calls for toll,^Justice to those who moli, kin*oppression s yoke; WordsHre hut vain. TheLie and Truth AboutMilwaukee (Continuedfrom page one.) capitalis frightened, confidence des^^troyed, factories closed and commer-^clla havoc wrought. The facts are^(a) The commmericlal and Indus^^trial conditions in Milwaukee show a^normal Improvement. The total re^^ceipts at the Milwaukee Post Offloa^for ltlO showed an increase of $14^.^6J^...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 25 May 1911

t MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 4_ SOCIALISTSIN^OFFICE n^National Socialist Press.)^WnBhlngton. May 12^The followlnR^list of towns, cities and states that^have elected Socialist officials has compiledby W. J. Ghent, partly from^press reports and partly from private^Information. It docs not pretend to^be strictly accurate. Socialists who^are aware of any ommissions or in^^accuracies in the list are urged l^^write at once to W. J. Ghent, 24 J^House Office l.uilding. WashlnKto i.^D. C. Thelist as compiled shows 1 mem^^ber of Congress, 17 members of leg^^islatures, 30 mayors or village heals^and 220 other official*. ARKANSAS.Mena^1 alderman. CALIFORNIA.Berkeley^Mayor, 2 aldermen, 1 mem^ber of board of education.^Neiderland^Mayor, 3 town officials.^Pasadena,^Mayor.^Rancho^1 school trustee.^San Bernardino^Mayor (election con^^tested), 1 alderman.^Sausaalito^ 1 school truste. COLORADO.Cold Creek^3 trustees.^Victor^Mayor, 4 city officials. IDAHO Coeurd' Alen^^Mayor, clerk and opl-^ice Judge...

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 June 1911

{rfa 3 I VOTE FOR TIIK PAHTV^jOF YOUR CliASS. | MONTANANEWS ABOLISHTHK CAP-^TAL1BT SVSTIM VOL.VE HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, JILNE 22, 1911. NO.36. BERGERGIVES^CONGRESS A TALK SocialistTells Representatives^of the Old Parties a^Few Facts. Washington.1^ C I MM 14.^The^vole of the first Socialist In Congress^was heard *o-day. TakingUM tariff as his text, Victor^L. M. rgor, the Socialist K.pnsi ill^^ative of Wisconsin, delivered his inahl-^.11 speech in the House this afternoon^lie spoke for nearly an hour, ami^throughout his address he had the^^ I' N atention of the numb, rs of the^House and the spectators In the gai-^hrles. ThatHelper made a hit with his^first speech is ei id. Hi ^ lien it is noted^that the capitalist newspapers admit^that fact. The Washington Star, own^^ed by the pr, sident of the Associated^Press, said: Representative Victor Merger got^a lattering reception In the House to-^il;ij win ii lie arose to make his maid^^en speech. Apparently cvey mcmbci^of the hody now in ...

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 June 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ISSUEDWEEKLY.^GRAHAM * HAZL.ETT. Publisher*^OFFICE 1^ PARK AV. P. O. BOX ^0I^Entered at the Poet Office for trans- mieeionthrough the mall at second. claa*rate*. SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneTear ^** isMentha ^^ Onecent per copy in bundle* up to Mt Sine. the Montana News started the^i i r, ndum on the Militia Bill the de^^mand for the Initiative and Referen^^dum Is becoming popular. A number^of newspapers in the state are advo.^eating the use of the Initiative law to^enact progressive legislation that has^been impossible to get the past legis^^latures to enact. TheRozeman Chronicle Is one of^the latest advocates of the Initiative^and Referendum and wants a bill sub^^mitted to the people to allow cities to^own and operate electric light and^power plants. Wecan assure the Boxcman Chron^^icle that not only will an attempt be^made to have a bill submitted to the^people at the next election, to allow^cities to own and operate the llgth and^street railways, but also a M...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 June 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THKTRULY ^ ill HAT. Whoarc In spirit great. Wherearc earth's noblest found^^Not In the hails of stat I NotamonK men renowned,^Not In the mansions fair Wherewealth, proud wealth resides;^They toll In vain and lght despair Inhomes whet. Want abides. Tbi'classes count success, Asrobbers count their spoil,^N'T bi-ed wealth's cost and rtress Ho'neby the mars who moll;^'. is these who stand th strain ofesr'hs irreat load and need,^Yet alth and maniless maintain Whliepressed by devilish greed! Amithese, likeshall grow. With\lsions of the free^^Their riicnts and wrongs shall know, Theirpower In unity.^The classes, men. shull stand Themasses, men. shall stand^With honest grasp and use of power, Andall Uod's good command. O.H. Olbson. StateInsurance in Montana READJUSTINGTAXATION IN^MILWAUKEE. ByCarl D. Thompson.^The Socialist* of Milwaukee have^made another notable achievement.^By readjusting the basis of taxation^they have been able to abolish the^custom of iss...

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 June 1911

1 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. SomeFalse^Doctrines. HyM. M. AI.HKUT. Kvcrynow and then some one asks^m.' why labor is ^o antagonistic to^^ward capital and as often as 1 hoar^that question 1 wonder where the^enquirer has received his Information.^That man has been misguided by a^mislcadinK press; that man's Intellect-^ual facilities have been lying absolute^^ly dormant In the first place labor^la not and never was Inimical towards^capital t'apltal Is an attribute of^labor I.e. the former cannot be un^^less the latter preexists. Hate and^fear aiways were In partnership.^Liil.or ilo^ s ii^t hat. capital 1^ i ause It^has nothing to fear because capital^depends entirely upon its producer. NowIf the enquirer asked. Why is^the laborer antagonistic towards the^capitalist, then, 1 could easily reply Thishatred exists because there Is^no identical Interest or mutual goal^as outlined by the capitalist himself SomeIgnorant and stupid and an^occassional traitorous labor leader in^sist that th. ...

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 July 1911

^l( I VOTE FOR THE PARTY | L OPYOl'R CLASS. MONTANANEWS ABOLISHTHE CAP-^TAL18T SYSTEM. VOL.VII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 6,1911. NO.37. THESAVAGES^OF CALIFORNIA WomanTortured by Officials^Civing Third Degree-Babes^to be Inlimadated. (MyNational Socialist Press) | hua not po-ascd the public but Hums^I.o^ Angeles. Cal., June 28^^We men MM elesperate and determined^are not Interested In the Caplan af^1 to got ^om^ manner of evidence to^fair^ was alll that Clarence Darrow support the statements of McManlgal^would say at^out the reports of the The McManlgal children aired four^arrest of a man InLnglandand seven were subpoened before the Ithas been believed In I^os Angeles grand Jury but the babes were only^for some weeks that Burns would frightened, bewildered and tortured^await the proper moment for drama- by the proceedurc. District Attorneys^tic effect and then uttempt to mak^ disavowed responsibility for this atroc-^a aensatlon by springing an arrest. I Ity and said Burn's men ...

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 July 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ISSUEDWEEKLY.^GRAHAM A HAZLETT, Pubtlahera.^OFFICE 1^ PARK AV. P. O. BOX ^0S^Entered at the Poet Office for trana- mlealonthrough the mall at aecond- claaerates. SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneTear ^^c 811Months ^^ TheNational Socialist Press. Theday of getting Socialist MM by^slow fri.ght Is nearly pa^t. The work^^ing class of America have laid the^foundation of the greatest rival the^Associated Proas ever had. l.ttortstire bring- made to reduce,^the revel ae of the national office of^the Soclalst Party. This attempt if^sticccsaftil ^lll retard the work of the^party There are many thinga to be^dev. loped by the Socialist Party of^America and the Press Bureau is but^one of the many things needed to^make the party a big fighting organi^^sation. To curtail the revenue of the^national organization Is but to curtail^the possibilities of the extent of the^party s activities. Inestablishing the Socialist Press^Hureau the Socialist Party of America^haa taken up a new line ...

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 July 1911

montananews, helena, montana. 3 SenatorDixon^and the Militia. flowthe Legislature Acted. (n May 4 Senator Ulxon of Mont^^ana Introduced In th,. Cnlted Htutes^Senate, Senate Mil I^A Mil to^further Increase the efficiency of the^organised Mllltlu of the United States,^and for other purposes. Thepurpos,. of the above hill Is 'o^help entice young men to Join the |^organized State Militia, by paying the^privates for their services In the mlllt- ,^la, an amount equal to one-fourth th-^amount privates In the regular army^are paid and to allow the offlcera of^the mllilia an amount equal to II per^cent of the pay of the oflcers of the^regular urmy_ Atpresent the national government^pays the officers and men of the milit^^ia when they atend the national mil^^itary encampments, which usually^takes place every two years. ThisMM of Senator Dixon Is to give^the militiamen a honus, for the time^they put In drilling, and Is to be paid^them, when they are not receiving^regular pay from the state or ...

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 July 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. StateOfficials Defends WhiteSlaver. Thepeople of Montana are not gen^^erally aware that two State official*^have been giving their support and^assistance t . a white slaver Threeyears ago Hyoml Matsumura^n. Jap, was convicted on a charge of^Importing Japanese women for Im^^moral purposes, and sentenced to^three years In the penitentiary at Deer^Lodge. Matsumuramarried in Japan, and^brought his wife to the t'nited States,^also bringing along with him, his^wife's sister and another young girl.^The three women were to start In an^embroidery business and to make^money in this country Matsumurawanted to get rich qui.it^and upon their arrival In this country,^he put the women into houses of pros-^titutiol. The Immigration officials^located the girls, the youngest being in^a dive In Spokane. TheJap girls were sent back, dis^^eased and broken in health, to their^tkMBM in their native land. After^their arrival In Japan the youngest^girl with her life blighted w ...

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 July 1911

Urnto Historical jVOTE FOR THE PARTY^IOF YOUR CLASS. MONTANANEWS r ABOLISHTHE CAP-^TAI.IST SYSTEM. VOL.VII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 20,1911. (0.38. THEDEFENCE OYERRULED JudgeDecides in Favor of Kid^^nappers, Perjurers and^Safe Crackeis InIndianapolla with Duma on the^aame felony charge haa not returned^to hla haunta around Loa Angeles and^there la no apparent attempt to ap^^prehend him. (ByNational Socialist Preaa.) LoaAnge'^^^, Cal.^Couneel for the^defence of John J. McNamara and his^brother Jam. ^ atarted their part of the^great trial b/ moving that all lndlct-^menta against the former be aet aalde^on the grounds that the court had no^Juriadiction in the caae and that all^Indlctmenta agalnat Jamea McNamar^be quashed on the ground of Illegality^of proceedure and blaa on the part r'f^the grand Jury. At'arge number of reaaona were^given why the indictments ahould be^aet aalde and It will take the court^several daya to reach a declalon on the^arguments. JudgeWalter Bordwell's d...

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

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ISSUEDWEEKLY.^GRAHAM A HAZLETT. Publisher*.^OPTICS II PARK AV. P. O. BOX Ml^rater** at the Poat Oftlcs for trim miwivnthrough the mall at second- classrates. SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneTear He tJlxMentha ^^ AWORD OH WOHKINGMEXS'^COMPENSATION Considerabletalk Is heard amonf^the worklngmen throughout the state^In favor of applying the Initiative law^to having; the question of a worklng-^mrns' compensation act submitted to^the voters at the next election. Beforeany bill la drafted on com^^pensation. It would be well for the^subject to be thoroughly discussed In^the unions and some thing that will^(^over all workers, and eliminate the^week features of compensation be^drafted. Itwill be the height of folly to^attempt to have the British law adopt^^ed In Montana, especially the law^that was enacted In Britain 14 years^ago. TheBritish law In full and modified^as weil as Improved upon has been^made the law of various states In^America and In each th'' law has been^decla...

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 July 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. WAR^ WHY Giveme a gun ThatI may blaze away Athim whom I ne'er met before thladay:^Tea, e'en at him whoae face I scarce canaee, lieafar off, a thousand yards from me. Madwork^ yes, tie for both of us poorfoola^^For me and htm, both of us merely tools. Givehim a gun, Thathe may fire at me Ifchance he gets. For that^let fatedegree!^He's but a blot, a dot upon earth'a cruet. Dutnow 'tis me or him muat bite^the dust. Quarrel Not me; ne'er met the manbefore;^We're aimply foola and toola, I say oncemore. Arm both of us. Thateach may shoot at each. Athome^hia home and mine^the parsonspreach^^All men are brothers.^ That I don'tdeny_^But If 'tis ao, then I would ask youwhy^We shouid be faced now, strangers friendand me.^Having no quarrel^ 'Cauae Us foolswe be. Giveme my sight!^That's right! Mate,give me thy hand! Atlast we understand, Ouns,bayonets, swords, cannon and^all hell's toola. Theseno men need when human^reason rules Thyhome Is thine; sacred thy fath^^er...

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 July 1911

ess**-WPW MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. CapitalistsDevoured-They Likeit and i^ for More. BySilas II.-mI EverythingIn fair In love war anl^business^especially In business. FrankCoewey Jones, capitalist, of^Muskegon, Mich., was evidently of this^opinion especially in reference to bus^^iness. He, up to a ahort time ago,^was president of the American Elect^^ric Fuse Co., a $500,000 corporation^of Muskegon; president of the Cham^^ber of Commerce of that city; a S2^degree Mason; prominent member of^the Elks; director of the Fackley Na.^tional bank, a leading figure in the^Merchants and Manufacturing Assoc^^iation; prominent republican, and^generally was regarded as the leading^citizen of the community in which he^lived Inhis big factory he employed 700^men, women, girls and boys where^the books show the ^hands^ received^wages all the way fromto 140 aweek. Jonesoccupied a comfortable resid^^ence on Lake Ave., with his wife and^child and servants; he owned an auto^^mobile, and was a man who...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 July 1911

fi'o If,.tor|co, utrur VOTEFOR TUB PARTY OFYOUR CLASH. 1 MONTANANEWS ABOLISHTHE CAP-^1 M 1st SYSTEM. vol.vn. helena,montana, thursday, july 27,1911. no.39. TRUSTBUSTING ABIG GRAFT LawyeisMakes A Rich Haul.^A New Military Law^Proposed (ByNational Socialist Press.) Washington,D. C.^The trust bust,^lng campaign of the Department of^Justice has cost the Government over^$3,000,000 In the last ten years Hot^a trust has been busted, either. Accordingto a report hist furnished^to the House Committee on Expend^^itures In the Department of Justice,^the department paid to ^special^ as^^sistant prosecutors $1,161,483 from^1900 to 1911. The regular assistants^during the same period received in^salaries. $2,345,036. Sincethe wily Wlckersham became^the chief ^trust-buster^ this gentle^art became a business proposition us^well as polltlca. vote-getter. For In^^stance, there Is Frank B. Kellog, the^legal luminary that ^busted^ the^Standard Oil trust and who is also an^attorney of the Steel Trust, Fr...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 July 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ISSUEDWEEKLY.^GRAHAM A HAZLETT, Publishers.^OFFICE II PARK AV. P. O. BOX 901^KntereC at the Port Office for trans mlwonthrough the mall at aecund- claa*rakea ProspectusOf^History of the Supreme Court of I). S. ByGU8TAVUS MYERS. SUBSCRIPTIONS: On*Tear SixMonth* 10cI Be Duringthe ast few weeks mnay let.^ten have hci n received at the Newa^office, containing words of encourage^tnent and apreclatlon of the work that^the Newa la doing in forcing the mil^^itia law to a referendum, and th^other work that la being carried on^by the Newa In the battle of the work^era agalnat exploitation Itla very pleasing to know that the^efforta being made In thla office^^o widely appreciated. The task of^maintaining a Socialist paper la very^difficult, the obataolea to be overcome^are many, great Is the opposition to be^met from the habitual knocker, who^Is moved by petty Jealousy and spite,^and from those who benefit by the^present order of things. ConditionIn Montana politi...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 July 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. WAR^ WHY ,5^1 Giveme a gun ThatI may blase away Athim whom I ne'er met before thisday: 1^Tea. e'en at him whose face I scare cansee. Heafar off. a thousand yards from me. Madwork^ yes, 'tis for both of us poorfools^^For me and him, both of us merely tools. (ilw-him a gun. Thathe may fire at me Ifchance he gets. For that^let fatedegree!^He's but a blot, a dot upon earth's crust. Butnow 'tis me or him must bite^the dust. Quarrel Not me; ne'er met the manbefore;^We're simply fools and tools, I say oncemore. Arm both of us. Thateach may shoot at each. Athome^his home and mine^the parsonspreach^^All men are brothers.'^ That I don'tdeny_^Fkit If 'tis ao, then I would ask youwhy^We shouiM be faced now, strangers friendand me.^Having* no quarrel^ 'Cause 'tis foolswe be ^ ^ ^ ^ Giveme my sight!^That's right! Mate,give me thy hand! Atlast we understand; Guns,bayonets, swords, cannon and^all hell's tools. Thoseno men need when human^reason rules Thyhome Is thine; ...

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 July 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. OURNEED^IN EDUCATION ByE. ii TUOMAS Itit a deaf ear which ran not hear^them^ the forward march of the^army of bread ^winning women. Everyfifth woman la in that army,^acordlng to the latest cenaua returna^now available, flve million women, or^over twenty per cent of the women of^the United Statea, are employed in^gainful occupatlona. Andtheir number la steadliy In^creasing. NowIt makes little difference^whether we conalder this a atep on.^ward in woman's evolution, or wheth^or we look upon It aa the breakup^of the American home Whether we^like this fact or not. It Is a fact and^we must meet It aa a fact. Butwhat will be the result for In^dustrlal conditions in America^ Since^It is an economic law that In every^Industry wages tend toward the level^of the lowest wages paid, it Is evident^thut the wage-working woman, in^every trade she enters, will make^wages sag and lower the American^standard of living. Just in proportion^to the smaller remuneration she r...

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 August 1911

ut. votefor the pauty^of your (tla 88. MONTANANEWS ABOLISHTHE CAP-^TAI.LST SI STEM. VOL.TIL HELENA,MONTANA, THURS AY, AUGUS'i lu, i\ 1 HO.40. THEVETERANS OFINDUSTRY VictorL. Berger Introduces Old^Age Bill Pension in^Congress. (ByNatiunul Socialist IT. ss)^Washington, July 31.^Completing^his measure with a radical clause for^^bidding the I ml. .1 States Supreme^OHM to pass upon Its validity, Victor^1/ Berger, the Socialist representative^intnnlueed in the house a hill to p^ n-^slon the veterans of industry. Thetill provides for a pension o' $4^for every niun and woman morethan^60 years oi'd. Theold working men and working^women,^ declares llir^.r, ,.are en.^titled to a living outside of the poor^house and without the aid of private^charity. If the old parties and the^supremo court do not realize that^fact, they will he wiped out of exist^^ence, together with the old constitu^^tion. Referringto a precedent established^l^y Congress on March 27. 18^8. Berg-^er's hill provides 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. — 10 August 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ISSUEDWEEKLY.^GRAHAM * HAZLKTT. Publishers^OrriCE II PARK AV. P. O. BOX 908^Rater** at the Post Ofllc* for trans mlaalonthrough the mall at second- elaaarate*. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Ob*Teat 10c riliMonths ^ ^ Intin l. il Ml MM In Helena, Rob^^ert M Rolchel was sentenced to cerve^18 months In Leavenworth penitent^^iary for forgery and embezzlement. Relchel'* a printer by trade, and^a republican In politics. He was al^^ways opposed to Socialism, ridiculed^the Socialists and made fun of their^attempts to carry an election^ Kelchel^never could be Induced to attend a^Socialist lecture, and the only thins^he would read on Socialism was when^lie would be setting type on a Socialist^artleie. Relchelwas a ward heeler and dur^^ing campaign tlmes.at republican^smokers, it was his function to pass^the cigars, hand out the sandwiches^and dill pickles, and ladle out th(^beer, lay off work on election day^and get $5 00 from the republican^campaign committee to Mow In with^th...

Publication Title: Montana News
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