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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 August 1911

MONTainaNEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 3 YOURFACE. Ifa fellow get* narrow between the^eyes Andcan't a^e put hi* nose. II'-ahould not objeat to seriously.^If tiomeono treada on his toea. Ifyour brain la harboring aecret Ilea |^That you ferl are undetected. Yourfriends will ace their image^In your mirror face reflected. ThePsychic. In life, reada deep the^mlnda Through hia brother companion's^looks, Tohim the lines on their counte-^nancea,^Are as open printed booka. Ifa friend you've wronged by crafty^art Beware^f your wily grace^You may smirk and smli'e and^atammer,^But you cannot change your face. TheUsurped Power 01Our Courts, Byl: I.I.Is O. JONES. TheSavages Still Eusy. (Continuedfrom first page.) afraid. That'sall right, now kid,^ they^Bald, ^Be a good fellow.^ She threat^ened to call help. ^Who will you^call^ they asked, throwing back their^coats displaying police shields Then^they searched her room, rifled her^dresser and her trunk, counted her^pitiful horde of pennies and heaped^Insul...

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 August 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. TheProhibitionist Smell Beerin Milwaukee. ByCARL D. THOMPSON. NYarlyevery class of capitalistic^paper haa taken Its turn at publishing^scandalous reports about the Socialist^administration of Milwaukee. Now^comes the Prohibitionist to take lta^particular whirl at us_ And of course^the specialty In this case Is a choice^line of dope about drunkenness, pros^^titution, vice of all kinds, crime, etc^According to these eminent gentle^^men Milwaukee is In a bad way. The^brewer, throned on a beer keg, rules^the city with a rod of iron. Outrage^^ous orgies prevail everywhere. All^through the heart of the city, within^a block of the main business streets,^there are vicious resorts by the doxen^negro dives of the vilest sort, vice^preserves worse than our prohibition^^ist friend has ever visited^presum.^ably he has been In them all^mere^girls, poorly developed, listless, tired^children, set up for sale. Beardless^boys In the neighborhood of sixteen^frequenting da...

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 August 1911

IVOT1 FOK THE PARTY |^|OF TOIH CLARA. j MONTANANEWS r ABOLISHTHE CAP-^TALI ST SY8TKM. volvn. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24 1911 NO.41. TheSenate^and Kidnapping CommitteeGalls McNamara's^Arrest Kidnapping - Berger^On Old-Age Pension. therepublicans against the commit-^tee's report. TheSocialist Congressman agreed^with the republican! that these men^had not been given their day in court.^They had been convicted by the com^^mittee without even a trial. The ac^^cused may be guilty, says' Berger, but^they must first be tried In open court^with a chance to defend themselves (ByNational Socialist Press) Washington,D. C. A-i* 12^^Within^a year you will have o make up your^minds on the subject of old.age pen^^sions,^ declared Victor L. Berger, the^Socialist Representative, on the floor^of the House today. ^You will hava^to determine where you stand. A^mighty wave of demands for the pas^^sage of some such law will roll In^from evry section of the country, and^the Issue wl/1 have to be m...

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 August 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ISSUEDWBIKLT. OFFICEIt PARK AV. P. O. BOX 1st^Sintered at ths Po^t Offlc* for tra.ni miadiinthrough the mall at aecond-^^laaa rata* SUBSCRIPTIONS: On Year SixMonth. 10c lie TIIKMASTER'S RUSE Ayear or so ago_ The workers In^the cotton industries of Lancashire^England held a Joint meeting with the^factory owner for the purpose of d'.s-^cussing a cut in wages. Theowners argued that with Oer.^many'* competing against them they^could not afford to pay the then ex-^clsting wages, and suggested that if^the workers would accept a ten per^cent reduction In their wages they^would run their plants, if not the^plants would have to shut down for^an indefinite period. Afterdiscussing the matter pro and^con the workers decided to accept the^cut wages. fcow watch the boss. Thistypical church going Pecksnif-^flan English boss! What did he do^when times picked up^ Raize their^pay^ I gueaa not They carted an^^other meeting and a question was^put to the workers point blank...

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 August 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Till. OVI Itl OHO S PRAYKR Lord,lei us live In wealth'* content AndPeace,^Lord, we are by Thy mercy aent^To rul ^ mankind and make our Kent^Increase. Thebirds that haunt the moora and^hills, Thefish that swim in streams and rlUa,^The beasts that roam as Nature wills,^' We own. Ren. Lord, the minerals that lie.^Beneath the Earth's periphery.^Belong to us! Thou knowest why^Alone. Lord,on the ragged rabbrt frown;^For they Arcfoes to I's, the hurch and Crown,^So bare Thine arm and grind them^down ToClay RM)IMNOTES. Thedemand for a referdum on tho^Donohue Militia law is still in doubt Petitionscontaining signature* of^over 15 per cent of the voters in the^county have been filed with the Secre^^tary of State, from the following^counties. DeerIxidge, Jefferson, Lewis and^Clark, Missoula, Park, Powe.1, Ravalli,^and Sliver Bow. Signaturesfrom IB per cent of the^voters in 15 coutles are -eceseary to^make the law inoperative pending the^referendum. Signaturesof fi...

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 August 1911

~'-I MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA NewsFrom^Milwaukee TheSocialist hearth commissioner^of Milwaukee has been doing splendid^work for a clean and sanitary food^^upply in Milwaukee. The bake.shops^have been In an especially filthy con^^dition. The former administrations^have absolutely neglected the bakeries,^and the result of this neglect was^frightful. The dough in the bakeries^was rtterally swarmed over by Innum--^nel. files, h^ aps of filth In close prox^^imity to the ovens sent forth noxious^odors, and every sanitary rule wot^violated In some cases, flies were^found baked Into the bread and cakes. Thehealth commissioner has com^^pelled the bakeries to put In screens^and clean up their premises Cards^containing seventeen rules will bt^carefully enforced by the hearth de.^partment.. Butcher-shops,restaurants, and all^factories where food is produced have^been carefully Inspected and required^to observe the laws of cleanliness and^sanitation. Inshort, the health department un^^der 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. — 31 August 1911

VOTEFOK THE PARTY^OF YOVR CLASS. MONTANANEWS ABOLISHTHE CAP-^TAI.IST ^ I I M VOLVII, HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 311911 NO.42. NoLegislation ForLabor LaborCompletely Ignored By^Congress-Socialist Active^and Makes Good. (MyNational Socialist Press) Wui-hirgton, D. C. Aug. 24^A resol^^ution to Investigate th^- Taylor system^und oilier systems ofshop management^Is the only lafcor measure enacted^by the democratic House. And falling^lo pass any labor bllr is the record of^the republican Senate. Diligentsearch through the Con^^gressional liecord as well as Inquiry^among members of the Labor Com^^mittee of both houses discloses the^fact that the extra session of the Six-^ty.Sccond Congress, Just closed, failed^to pass or advance any of the Import^^ant tabor bills before the National^Legislature the se many y^ ars Thefollowing labor measures have^been burled In the committees of Con Abill to regulate the Issuance of^injunctions In labor disputes. Abill to exempt labor unions from^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. — 31 August 1911

2 MONTANANFAVS, HELENA, MONTANA. I681TEDWEEKLY. OmCI1* PAKE AV. P. O. BOX ^0^^WnterrC at the Post Office for trans^^mission through the mall at aecond-^alaaa raw-a Sl'ItSCRIITIONS: OnaTear eOe mxMentha tic Tin:iti n Ki xirt M. Ui. ;ir. that the Montana News haa^In the at a to. Wiihthis feeling nf satisfaction for^the work accomplished, we realise^that had It not been for the active^work done l^y those who circulated^tlio petition*, the (.denatures woui'd^have never hot n secured, and appre-^olale their work v^ ry much. 1'iincr.mil Ihippiiiev*. sincethen practically all lnduatrtal^taVtigP countries have doM likewise. (Thisarticle is an extract from ^The^Twenty-Fouth Annual Report of the^Commissioner of Labor^, a copy cf^which may be obtained gratis from^the Bureau of Labor, Washington,^D. C. ) \WORD OF i:\im.w\tio\. Politicaltendencies move slowly to theobliteration of the wire-puller, |but industrial trend is toward the en- . _^^ ... hl.,^,^ ... throncment of the wlre-strlnger. As F...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 August 1911

MONIainaNhWS, HELLNA, MONTANA. rljAHKKH. N. P. Adrescn. Thetenr. two opposing trasses,^One of workers, one of drones; Andthe f^ w control the muuci,^Feudal kings, liut lacking thrones Divineright of landed titles!^^Is the motto they support. WorklnKmcn,remove your bridles!^* Else, ere long, they'll own the earth. Voteto make conditions hotter Thanthey ever were of old,^Vote to Hreiik each single fetter, Helpto smash the ^calf of go I'd,^^You admire th,. present order Ofcorruption nnd sin^^If you don't then cross the border. Helpthe Socialist to win. PlanBiff^Labor arade (Continuedfrom page one.) uncinone to Indianapolis In order ^o^evade the indignity of going back over^Hie name route a prisoner. Iloslck^disappeared the day Governor John^^son honored the requisition for his^removal to Indiana and no trace could^be found of him until he arrived In^Chicago on Friday. Chiefof Police Sebastian aided Ilos^^lck In his effort to avoid the arresting the sin nil explosion started the big gas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 August 1911

MONTANANEWS. HELENA. MONTANA. NewsFrom^Milwaukee TheJudgi ^ of Milwaukee^the In-^falllblc Judges, whom It Is MM majeste^to criticise, for criticising whom Mayor^^^MM Is now being aucd for alandcr^^these paragons of le-gal sanctity und^legal knowledge have at latt been^caught in a blunder. Andwhat wax the blunder^ Draw^^ing larger salaries than they were^entitled to under the law: It la cer.^tainly a curious colncidemv that their^mistake was auch a profitable mis^^take. Or w as it a case of economic^^1^ t^ rnilnlsm Atany rate, the Socialist District^Attorney la going after these Judges^who hav. so Strang, ly proved the m-^aelvoa fallible, and he hopcs.lo recover^from them 1:19,000 which will be a^tidy little saving for Milwaukee. Meantime,the Socialists can Just^^ly claim that whatever mistakes they^may l.e charged with, nobody charges^them with making the mistake of^overdrawing their aalarlea. MilwaukeeSociallata have expected^that the interests^ and the Merchants^and Manufacturerea...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 September 1911

^^^^11,,, VOTEFOR TIIK PARTY^OF YOUR CLASS. ivxONTANANEWS r AnOMSIITHE CAP-^TALIST SYSTEM. I vol.vn. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 211911 no.43. GompersGives^Reds Support Headof Federation Endorses!^Los Angeles Socialist^Candidates andare lending their aid to get the^nit n accross the border. UnitedStates Commissioner Van-^Dyke has refused to pay any of the^witnesses for the defence and com^^rades have gone to the rescue to keep^the men from starving white th ^^'^wait weary weeks for the trial. In^the effort to starve out these witnesses^the prosecution is doing everything^possible to delay the proceeding*. Therare eight of these politicr 1^refugees In Jail and several out on^ball awaiting trial. (ByNational Socialist Press.) KosAngt lea. Cel., Sept., X8^Samuel^Gompers, president of the American^Federation of Labor, came out square,^ly for Job Harrlman and the other^candidates on the Socialist municipal^ticket when he spoke to five thousand^people in Shrine Auditorium Sunday. ...

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 September 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. rv. I88UEDWEEKLY. OFFICE1^ PARK AV. P. O. BOX 10$^Knterrd at the Po*t Offlc* for tran*- mtsaioathrough th* mall at second aiuirates. SUBSCRIPTIONS: ')* Tear auMonth* *^ nil US'^Soclalut Inhis spetch at Los Angclca Sam. inI Uompers. president of UM Anuri-^tan I ederatl i of Labor iMMsN the^Socialist candidate* for municipal uf-^ilcc* In L,oi Ar^ole*. in:^ment includes the entile^ticket. Whiiethl^ Mi not be taken as hi:n^ of a conversion to Socialism on^the part of Qomper*, ^ t It muBt be^**jajS)i*^Sji a great victory for the So.^eialisU. ThepallBf of -boring from within^^H BMltAfJ trult. the Socialist* are^. ..ry where- supporting organized lab-^Socialist party us a means for^. and pointing ti^ political actio* namla i i n tot ths waHu r^. Uomperson tbc other hand, sees fl:iu .iii'.an.f '^ \ns made by th,^^U rk^ rs IWIlii Socialism. Thr^ *^times this yent jas he HM his lieu^t mints-^MiU h^ .1. L nnan and OX^o^.^I |^(fo down in defeat vl.jl- nlly i -^^nou...

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 September 1911

MONTainaNEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 3 KI.YYKH HI VOLT. OeraldDesmond Welifted our hands In vsln Tothe Gods on high;^Thro the centuries of pain Weraised the bitter cry;^We prayed unceasingly, TheUods made no reply. Welistened long to the story told Dymany a priestly knave^Of Paradise ^with Its streets of fold. Ofa heaven ^beyond the grave,^^Where a Jewelled harp and a glided^crown Axraltthe faithful slave. Tothe rulers ^God appointed^^We have bowed subserviently. Tothe greedy ^Lord's anointed ^^We have paid the tithing fee. Wehave given our all and on bended^knee Havebeggi'd the dole of their char^^ity. Ohfools, no longer kneel Nolonger vainly pray; Nomore let pries) and ruler stea. Bodyand mind away.^Arise at last^your strength display And help us bring earth's better^day. TIIKNATIONAL, SOCIALIST PRICKS. ByJ. L ICngdahl. Kv.rvSocialist, and especially every^Socialist neuspap.r, should be Inter^^ested In establishing an efficient^Natlona, Socialist Press. Thisarticle is written in the hop...

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 September 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. NewsFrom^Milwaukee DESrERATKMEASURES AOATNST^IOCUUW IN MILWAUKEE. HyCarl D Thompson. Sofar every effort to discredit the^workingelass administration In Mil^^waukee seems to have HUM at flat as^a pancake. Anotable Instance la that of the^publication of the Search Light, a^rabid and rank, antl.Soclallst paper^It began publication a year or ao ago.^and ran a few iatuea. calling franti^^cally on everybody to help In the^great fight that it was going to make^against the Socialist movem. nt Probablyno more vicious or vile^attacks have ever been published^against Socialism and the Socialist^party than this publication Indulged^in. And that Is saying a good deal. However,the Socialists on the other^hand considered that it was so ex^^treme that no thinking person would^be Influenced by 1, and therefore^treated It with contempt and made^no effort whatever to reply to It Thecapitalists seemed to have the^name Judgement concerning it. for^they did not rush to Its 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. — 5 October 1911

VOTKrOK TIIK PARTY^OF YOCR CLASS. '^te MONTANANEWS ABOLISHHO CAP-^TAI.IST S\ STI-.M. vol.vn. helenL montana, thurs ay, october 5 toll 44. NoDelay For^McNamara Boys UniouMen up Against Hard^Layout-No Change of^Judge Asked. nunhave hud ami- opportunity t^^^make their plan*. un^l we have no^doubt they are Already for sensations^that will make great n^ w spap^ r^yarns. Thedefense feels the effect of the^lack of fund* these days when the^prosecution is spending money freely^In gathering witnesses and evidence. Hums and Fredericks are rejoic^^ing over the prcdicam. nt of the de^^fense. They are filing that rabor^has deserted the .McNamara brothers^anil spreading tales calculated to ali^^enate the support of local labor. There^Is no chance for success in this direc^^tion as Los Angeles workers are stand^^ing firm with their comrades in the^toll (HyNational Socialist l'rcsa.) \V.re.It not tor the fact that Cla^^rence l^arrow, Job liarrlmun und oth^^er attorneys lor the defense are anxi^^ous...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 October 1911

2 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. I88UBDWEEKLY. OfFlCE1* PARK AV. P. O. BOX ^0I^stnteret at the Post OfB.ce for trans^^mission through the mall at second-^slaaa rakes SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneTear Its MXMentha Its MVMtll'ALP.tOBLKMS. Socialistsare often a^ied, to what^extent could their platform be carried^out In municipalities. Our reply Is^to the effect that Socialiata in city^council's can do very little towards^changing the social system, until the^state laws are changed. Ifthe Socialists elected every city^official in Montana from Mayor to^dog pelter. these officials could do^\^ry little In carrying out the Socialist^program, rxcept giving a good admin^^istration and municipalizing the water^system, and the majority of Montana^cities alrcdy own their own water^plant , Thereason of this is, municipalities^In Montana have not got home rule.^While Montana haa as good municipa;^lawa as any state, and far beter than^most states, in as much as the present^laws centralizes all power In the cit...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 October 1911

MOMrtiNrtNEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 3 Havea Care. Speaksweetly to the good landlord, Anddon't complain a ' It.^Or else he 11 take hla real estate Andg-o abroad with It Bedecent to the railroad king. Norrail against hla can.^Or else he'll take hla rights of way Andexport them from Mara Approachthe upright banker man^With words of milk and hon^ y. Orelse, In righteous anger he'M^Refuse to take your money. Pleaaelet the trust magnate alone. Norseek to regulate.^Or else he'll take his trust far off Untoanother state. Andto the Infant Industry Contributeall you can.^Or else they'll take It In their arms Andrun It In Japan. TIsthus the critters threaten us. Ourmurmers to dispel,^80 patriotism only works Whenthings are going well. E. O. Jones, In ^Modern Magazine.' WhyWe Have Outgrown the United^Mates Constitution ByEugene V. Debs. Attemptingto^Coerce Homey (Continuedfrom page one.) Twoof Otis employees opened an^^employment bureau^ and attached to^It a ^publicity department.^ Within^24 hours ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 October 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA MONTANA. NewsFrom^Milwaukee Underthe capitalist system we^must . xpitt that a certain number of^criminals will be made every year.^But while we are waiting for the 80-^clatlst Hepubllc to change all this.^Socialists must de al with men aa they^now ^^-^^. Bnd *^ far ^* P^M',,I,^ aPP'^^the humaner prtnclplea of the Social^lat philosophy. Thereforethe Socialist aupervlaora^of .Milwaukee are going to eaUbllah^new nous,, of correction in which th^beat methods advocated by progre^alve crlminologlata will be put into^practice. The board of control has^approved the plan of this new build^lng. and in two or three weeks th^County Board will advertise for bid^for its erection. Of course, the whol^bulling will be completed by unloi^labor, aa far aa possible, that la, aa^far as there is union labor to do It. Beforedrawing up the plans for th^new house of correction, the Mllwau^kee aupervlsodra visited prisons^throughout the country and adopted^the best features of each. But b...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 October 1911

VOTKPOR THE PARTY j^OP YOf'R OUH MONTANANEWS AllOLIMlm CAP-^T.\I.rsT SVSTI M. vol.vn. helena,montana, thursday, october 19 1911 no.45 JuryTo SuitBurns JudgeUses his Judical Power^to Secure Jury Prejudiced^to Defense IfJohn J. Is ,.v.r placed on trial. ofcourse the shadow of John J.^wl.1 at all times he in the background^for It !^ against him that capitalism's^conspiracy la aimed Thefact that Jurors who shall be^finally rhn to Serve will he virtual^^ly prisoners for several months wlil^make It difficult to g, t a Jury. Profes^^sional JurorH hy the score are on the^Venire an^l they will In on other^venires that follow Kh-vn men were^Ml the first three days of the trls; but Several Of them hail expressed opinionson the case ami not a single^Juror came out of the first crowd that^w^ r. sultponacd. tl!yNational Socialist Tress) LosAngc.es. Cal.. Oct 14^^We'll^get the rltfht Jury.^ said Wll.lam J.^Hums' chief operativ, McLaren at the^end of the second days session of the^court in the McNa...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 October 1911

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Issr l: 1 ^ WEEKLY. 1FK1CE It PA i. K AV. P. O. BOX ^08^(entered at the Post Offlce for trans^^mission throucn the mail at aecond-^elaaa rates Kl'IlSt'RIITIONS: OmTear onMonth! 10c16c Ml\ I w i \ i in id i^ THE QALK Durlogtho past few month.* tli^MOKtAM News has been in a fir.an-^i . il . * rm, but we are happy to my^.nut ^( have safely passed th^^ crisis,^list Saturday was the day that we^had ti^ make good. The notes Win^^Ml and now the future of the Mont-^^ iii Xiu.s is assured, ami we will go^iih ad under full steam. Whilewe have met the Issue su.-^(^(ssfuliy. we must not let up In our :tSs t^^ put the News on a sound^Insist Th re Is a Kre.it flislit to l^e m;ulc^1.el^.ire the working class can achieve^anything like a suiistantlal victory 'n^Montana, and the Montana N^ ws has^a Kreat fi^htlnK program laid out he.^tor.- it. t.i l^. sine, sul ill we need \oiir^aid t^ MM up the circulation With^a large circulation the Montana New^^will In. alii'e to ass...

Publication Title: Montana News
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