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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 1 February 1912

,!)ion (1 Herrick Real [state and Live Stock Dealers SFarm Lands C'" Property Horses, Cattle and Sheep - ..-r ,= tr with us. Commissions right. ,ion ,a Herrick S Ni1 Street in rear of Exchange Bank i- - Montana Ti CARD --OF S TRAINS. (' ¾ve, Mont. Arrive DeDart , mrn 4:340 am Jm 5:4" pm m :1:40 am 1:40(, pm - ', 11::5 am.. ii:3 am :;rl ] a:ý:i am ::.: :1( am , : - orders for S a,,, 1- = PAIL.. MINN. S. :,. . Mont. CiTY BREVITIES. 4M LOANS, Montana Loan and Title Company. S,- t Sunday t , be Monitor S.i. . ite from ,, an adver ,iis oftiee. g his many S .. .,: ':ami)bell is a ,h . :,.;,, as recently :' - at the Monitor . . :. ..;. ,t.;,.ir ,l Sunday "'l.1i,. ,f the as m-.iren have re .i tledt visit at .. t.,, , , godliness . i , - " i,-; fu,r the right 3Stf '1 ,r.,sn were up '. ''r part of the ,- confined to '" r for several .!, - ie tihappell ar A BANK'S SURPLUS WHAT IT IS? This bank pays its shareholders each year divi .hat are consistent with a safe, well managed I:lncey earned on ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 1 February 1912

W How She Shopped, ,am m~ ~ ~ ·pln mmi',mu unm n mnllnu "I wasn't responsible," Baird said. "I always had known better than to venture into a department store with. a woman bent on shopping, but, you. see, I was on my wed.ing trip. So when Anne suggested going shopping I smiled fatuously and consented. "Anne made for the elevators and led me to the topmost floor. Being totally ignorant of the correct method of storming a women's store. I took it for granted that starting in at the top was the rule, and that you got docked if you didn't begin that way. I be lieve it was the floor where you get fitted and altered when you buy ready mades. I bashfully slunk along be hind Anne as she strolled down ma bogany corridors through the door, of which came walls and complaints and storms from women in the process of being altered and fitted. "Just as I opened my mouth to ask Anne what she had bought to be fixed and when she had bought it, she turn ed on me blandly and said she was ready to go d...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 8 February 1912

\" l ,. »1 GLENDIVE, MONTANA. THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1912 Eight Pages OUR AlI: TO PUBLISH A NEWSPAPER. MESSA, BON CON tAVATION AND LABOR Presiden T iaft Reviews the Wor and Approves the RomB J o3a ,ns of the 1 Department, Se .; Ccal Lands and Gov erf ". ` . ., ip of Railroads In AS a ..' ,ocates Federal Control * We,2 P-.,Ar Sites--Favors Inter rat -. , C. m+- 'r.ssion on the High C: : L: P---roposes a Commis ,, t:: .. jate Industrial Dis tes K .,::ed Matters Affecting T- I I, itise of Iepre i tf the federal tis n. trte impera ' if 1 (latiIon i than , • -, : ,.: ·. publie dmnain : if tihat domain ... . "itt report of the , i i riir, wbhich is a. and the report . .. :: r of Alaska set ..- a. this regard with .:: : til4factory detail. ,: r the recalnuation :,- he defects of its S-iti d be remedied. f ... . ti :I; tlatluisitiU of ... that is not arid or .:.: i[ ., *, t w,. i adapted to the : it laud made arable t.' ::mation work. i f-l, . it, secretary of the :.'. - , eudation that, :' ' up...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 8 February 1912

YELLOWSTONE MONITOR. ABSOLUTELY INDEPENDENT. Published at Glendive, Iawmsn County. Montana by E. A. MAWRTIN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR Entered a second-ciass matter March 8. 1901 at the poetofBce at Glendive. Mont.. under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. THURSDAY. FEB. 8, 1912. s0CIAb "Laugh And The World -Laughs With You." The poet was right there is noth ing so catching as joyous laughter. Next to a kiss a laugh is the most popular thing in the world. The supply of kisses is limited, being largely con trolled by a fair bt capricious trust. The supply of laughs, however, is practically unlimited so long as you don't get too grouchy to look for them. One reason for the remarkable success of The Chicago Record-Herald is its daily recognition of the value of kind ly, wholesome fun. The "Alternating Currents" column of S. E. Kiser, the humorist and poet, is one of the brightest things in American journa lism. And there is always a smile or a good laugh in Ralph Wilder's c...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 8 February 1912

1*C" ;* . , J BY -.RY RUSSELL MILLER CO, . i H T, 1 OY",BY 0OBBS MER..ILL C[O. * -r rat to eon Sa rains and in . i i elect wt11 4t)1 : :iiu:Oer broke in 1a3n more hi ":4 i Il and n i6f an. :' a mn i like Me .; 7 rt arih!-+"I t hik " , o t 'h+)nvenltion {,,, u,r , nie r ," - i Ii.gthu htfully. "it . ':',wd. 1-ut" 4' '' f t the many lon :r,,id upon1iil her n-' she a br her bad ama Sr he' r , the ,a.e nol " ;rpr4'eeded to study i iwith amused eyes. S' .rv-'e.. 4aught the con wn . 1t with wvhic'h the ':Qe e. , . Sa:;tt c 'r saw . toi her usually :;ir ,, brightened SIS, iI .t him smiling i ih. ii, said brightly. Si ' jt as though I 1I feel just as I .. : tle girl and my . : . I the aid y.'" S- grunted. "Look • t. w i ,x oplp!site. You 1!Ti . !;s ju t entering r imutiediately fixed ,.i W o e. the last to en :,. - she guessed at - ?asf wtth most -". :re.sion was of his ,.; l. What tremendous S i in mhe rear of the .t 4 l . .ihe towered asl) e. .,v half a bead, and i, . . I,,te the strongly...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 8 February 1912

IHow Lincoln Solved Problem by Strategy Recruiting Officer Who Was Civilian Was Oiven Conmmis Slow About Moving Troops sion That Ranked Hnim and Received Effective He Quickly Took Lesson + the Hint f~~~LIIIL~L~ LI~U I~~I ~L· (Colonel Alexander K. MoiClure, for many years editor of the Philadelphia Times, was closely associated with President Lincoln during the civil war. The accompanying narration of a little known episode that shows Lincoln's quick wit and tact is taken from Colo nel McClure's book, "Lincoln and Men of War Times."; By ALEXANDER K. M'CLURE. I RECALL a pointed illustration of Lincolr's rare sagacity when confronted with embarrassing political colnmlications that oc curred in If2., wh4in I was in charge of the military (deipartmi.lt of Penn sylvanla. pertaining to the draft for troops made under the state law. Harrisburg was an important center of military supplies, as well as the political center of the state. Immense army contr ,ts were there awarded and executed un...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 8 February 1912

s. B IERICA'S IRIBUTE TO LINCOtN Y~ : "j . ,'f' ,.:. :. . .,,, .., .. '.,''"i.i. ' R , . ',4 : - r -." L: "~. . i ' : .t . .. N .. .. ý . ý ý Y r" " ·!: """ " 1 i ... ".:" ý _, "1 :. S:, :['1- Cs. -.. iiiiii! . ." " I. 'r ' :·C F rt: 8: r ý ° "ý . Vii :I~~ :.:::·· L ?ý 3-r:. iFE N, COLN - ,. t|, !ýF4'e i i" "" L yn p oil '4 CIE / f E} 9I jt:J ,,.. :: * i t` \\= eo a Li'it his W· r~! itt) 4the *`* \¼ t to = t': 14.ig :it S' finin! t it s ile l1 l ·.r '~"ieu Mrlth *':Zand r ##sl more t~s y ( e .q ' = ly e' r ~ F1x f+"fy ' tif has he r + XJ, ; `rf 'nla Ity Ly t ce le',Iele here. "Those who ,r+,oss ti, h.'e ,in familiar " ii Mr. IAnion ah and sjiaik of calling ti; "Abe' are icri-s .uming on ignoranlce IlThe people of Sjriitltri 'dtd knew hint only as 'iMr. I.i n~ ti. lie wa .s a yV,,I iawyer when he (ca.me here in fhe spring of I:;t7. but he had Iceetn - uremetlr of the legislature for two terms and :I the let tier of the L.,ng Nine had done moi-e than any o' her nlma ; to Lritin aliwnt...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 8 February 1912

J. W. JONES Poet office addres, Wibaux, Mont. Horse brand on left thigh. Range on Cottonwood ad Castle Creeks, 25 miles north of Wibaux. Additional brand on left thighb. A L. BURCH Post office address. Wolf point, Mont. Range Sand Creek JAS. CAVANAUGH Post office address. Clendive. Montat a. Range 13 mile to Badroute. Addi tional horsbrand on left shoulder Cattle brand on right ribs and left thigh. Right ribs for cattle. FRA N1 B NORTON Poet Office address. Midney. Montana. Ran..e on east lartd sc.arble Same brands on left ribs, for cattle. JO(l N BENSON Port ofice addrcss. Ridg.elawn, Montann. Range Head of iHar creek. Same brand on left IilI for cattle. W. W. I.ATHOM. Postoffice addir ".Wi baux, Montana. Hlorises branded on left stifle as in cut. Range. C. S. and Ben ver creeks. ANDREW ANDERSON Post offEce address Ridgelawn, Montana . Range, Lone Tree t,, Hay creek. Same bIrnd n hlft shoulderfor horsses CHAS. LOVERING ý Post office address. Sidney, Montana. Range, north fork of Lo...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 8 February 1912

ion (. Herrick Real Estate and Live Stock Dealers Farm Lands City Property Horses, Cattle and Sheep i yLI ur propelrt with us. Commissions right. Dion (t Herrick f, i ell Street in rear of Exchange Bank Giendi"e. " - Montana ~;;,~t-e.."..- ....... .~~liLSEBl~HBi%1 TIME CARD t ý *-OF-- TRAINS. S(_.; 1>.l`ndive, Mont. Arrive Deparl a am 4:30 anr ;- pm 5:4 ' prn :1 alr 3:40 ar.r S:,m 1' :40 pry S ,nl 11:R5 am am 1:35 am Sam ; :1' arm 'i re.ss trnt' er, or ers for ,;, A ., TA . :rPAUL. MINN. ,lert;diw've. Mont CITY BREVITIES. FARM LOANS. Montana Loan and Title Company. ,i '. ilnev is back " - tti:. springs. . f1irtn Intake on . a).. N.ed his family Sd\ lays ago. i:,::,i of an adver :, this office. Prairie has .t : at the Monitor :i itvityite from ý,..; .\vl , i\ wif(' leave for . atie at the Monitor (i , a (.ityite t loday frm Lindsay . .A 'h }leat. S has returned " h west. i < , iendlivite from :" : \T., , .i~+ has ;been here ' : i!. ;, en a cityite * Stipek was re .. .:r) _"l' '...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 8 February 1912

Message on Conservation and Labor (Continued from page 1) or ~eward. on yRe:u.rrectlon uay. ,rt. is one of the finest harbors in the world, and a reservation has been made there for 1hit use of the navy of the United MStaro. A road construct ed from Sewiird to the Matanuska coal fields would form part of a system reaching from the coast into the heart of Alaska and open the great interior valleys of the Yukon and the Tanana. which have a."ricultural as well as great mineral ::,sibilities. The Alaska Cent.rrl road has been constructed some seventy-one miles of the distance from Seward north to the Matanuska coal fields, but the con struction beyond this has been dis couraged. first. by the fact that there has been no policy adopted of opening up the coal lauds upon which investors could depend and. secondf, because there seems to be a lack of financial backing of those engagea in rue enter prise. The secretary of the interior has ascertained that the bondholders. who are the real own...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 15 February 1912

- -~ -rttý ý ,ýý_ ý~iaýý " ", GLENDIVE, MONTANA. THURSDAY. FEB. 15, 1912 OUR AIM: TO PUBLISH A NEWSPAPER. " R. TOPPLES 4 I 300 YEARS t 9 ;r Abdicates and the 1b l:'ic Has Begun. ; it t i i:i t -lt * h i Li fu= R' litý)~ Iiitai tti:Vft 14>.l Itt! P~i jt iii+ t' 4i: I i _' i it L'' i'i [:. \ < < uI iut ..,,, C-2pror i Uikely On Homestead Bill t. A: ,r a Cu41 :: ' , 'ther titl Hst-ritr depart Ii9I pubitc lands comn "'V i;r''ed materi li rax; iiij'P three . increasing the r aired anti di .irrner hix 1nh set ii iear. Fisher :~aitou'f er lt)o 11be - ant t( retain the tII. ut is will iGr ay lie . m elCitled winter I L for mere than at the outside. He . "<}-.me requirement )unt of cultitivtiotn att at. The house ntd to revise the r garty s view, and :n toll will be repor Saccertiance with by the secretary The house is ire tcnmmendation uf throwing the bill " lore a compromise I e sensate will not . as proposed by To CIlarif Political Atmosphere . l .1. The indica i 1n r iii at I...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 15 February 1912

YELLOWSTONE MONITOR. ABSOLUTELY INDEPENDENT. Published at GIendive. Dawson County. Montna by E. A. MARTIN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postoeffice at Glendive, Mont, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. THURSDAY. FEB. 15, 1912. A movement is on foot looking to the location of a government building at Glendive. The matter will be dis cussed in all its phases at the meet ing of the business men next Monday evening. And thus the city moves on ward to the ultimate goal. The location of a new land office at Glendive would be a long step for ward, and Senator Dixon is to be highly commended for the part he has thus far taken in the matter. Glen dive and Dawson county would receive trade and influence that now go to Miles City and Glasgow. The business men are getting busy and propose to do everything possible to land the of fice. The greater convenience to set tlers would be another deciding fac tor. In last week's Review,...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 15 February 1912

~Y RUSSELL MILLER IO , BY OQB3S 1ERRILL Co. z rap f :lift M11 aM a l bid fallen Spublic Sayer, . .,iN Sted :-send hin help of pliice '' 1: . ''i l i Al~ Myrtle youf that Ut0 :'iss < NO en - nn. Hil was - re ' l \ rj a :00 !d Pti? Lt'o marked to e 1indow sill - ' , <i f' ta f tl i - 'ld over ii:> '1± >-.-sy o ut 5. 501k. t11o\ a I d i-i. All A1f +,v liiim like : j itnpor "fliTr Cest I ! 1':. . < < y man * VA even * Lh'mo ii ' sty, you 1 a little Sk( it'I1 110' touiched't a inis opened ile : .tzs .alassey N' .11)11 N if M r. 1in. please hold ' lim. I rely on '1 the profPs - ced La -di fe(How p I- mannor that hZiip ,imonga the , 'A US >1 <hght '1' j groted ils ;ted baoek I eniy ignored li o\ )21r. !Mla .1 a w< wardtB on Vl aUlioit Ih& otlv'en M T.W Lu tiejan eagerly. >2d I s. I ruallt' think tir, fomn.'' i:< Pt, ru.e and Lt M o.AAdo0." 1 uc''jt in his 1 he said * Y were to go p aitr t iui com- t I ino lit-ir ind'iose ut, i or vs it," Maias td for yo...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 15 February 1912

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. * Office of county commissioners, Dawson county, state of Montana, at Glevdiv.-, February 2, 1912. The board of county commissioners met in special session pursuant to call being properly made for the purpose of considering and acting upon road matters, the granting of licenses for the sale of intoxicating liquors, re modeling and repairing the court house, and approving of bonds. Present: Henry Dion, chairman; L. C. Faltermcyer. member, and R. L. Wyman, clerk. Owing to a failure of the clerk to n"tify Mr. Adams to be present, the board adjourned until Feb. 3. FE1. :, 1912 The board met pursuant to yester day's adjournment with all members and clerk present. The meeting was duly proclaimed. The board at this time examined the bond furnished by the Exchange State Bank for the safety deposit of a sum not to exceed $45,000.00, and the same being found sufficient, on motion it is ordered that the same be approv ed and filed. The bond of the Scan-German State Bank f...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 15 February 1912

-..F..ý { t ýý ._ it- - a. :i iiH FR1. JOMN. ii SIt 'Pt I 1 7 i Pal AT fl V ~ j #f.., wasthe re b..:I tA' :1 of ad jnfte ¾if < ý {ttý i v 'it s xis " i { i y [ x i . i ll br~~~~~~~ 1)0. ph IM o o 1.a t ( ,. f. (i' i:A -,t1 t i '. :t ti t;t 'i ' n¾ ,m0w ar1.lhu, d c Xa as taw 'i £. t l' tht 1to I tell !ou to. 0. Ii I't I ti ll ha t'' ' C I ' 1'' vit return.d "' II: 1 ' '' aztou gt'r britth r.a xty ' u t a xy:,g, M trest w M s'' to :. t' i t'ii i it } ith Iiss . tt'arp . '.ii on:: :.ed 1:trit's with sIi" t i "t 1t.. "Ns e g Ar'. e: tI'ty ' t 1't' Fdn 't ka w an tty. I tsaw Li;'tbb Sit'W V. *1 L ne t of her "a e.tiC a pO on31 tll \Vllwel. iii! Vouiln cul)b." 1( (i Ch r lt q;- . 'dou't you know u e'[ah'r than t.' ;uiaite a lzirix's ('VU id¾''e' k; r:ut u.ýp: ld'he's 4 it'Ui :l 1ig :tflV Coin cetil ?titC retor t.t thI? 31uunger brother. "Shte g:ai e me Oie, vieiitite herself to show you And I ore it s." 'lmrtes to:' tie paper with a hand thUt :wtuP trca; #lt'd, then jerked It tloue ti...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 15 February 1912

J" W. JONES Post ofdice address. Wibaux. Mont. Horse brand on left thigh. Range on Cottonwv~ood and Castle Creeks, 25 niles north of Wibaux Additional brand )n left thigh. A L. LURCH Post office address. Wolf point. Mont. Range Sand Creek JA.s A' ANAUGH Post office address. G endive. Montana. Range 13 mile to ta droute. Addi- ru 1 jonal horsbrand on left shoulder Cattle brand on -ight ribs and =ft thigh. Hig=. rihb for cattle. FRANK B NORTON Poet Office address Sidney. Montana. Range on east ilari wamble :,ame brands on left ribs r cattle. JOHN ITENSON Pest oftice adfir jtidgelawn. Mont na. Iange Hrad of Hla creek. Same brand on left it for cattle. WW. W. LATHOM. Postoffice addr*. Wi baux, Montax.a_. Horses branded on left rtifle as in cut. Range. C. S. and Leaa ver creeks. ANDREW ANDERSON Post office address itidgelawn. Montana. Range, Lone Tree t, Hay cre.-k. Same brand on l+ doulderfor horsi:. CHAS. LOVERING Sidney, Montana. f -.&A Poet office address. Range. north fork of Lo...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 15 February 1912

onO Herrick Valuable Papers to and Live Stock Dealers ý should be kept in a safety deposit vault, where they will :be safe from fire and bLrglars. We would be glad to Property furnish one for fi.75 per year. Other banking business Horses, Cattle and Sheep will be appreciated. wab t75. Commissions right. ý Exchanqe State Bank of 6lendive on (a Herricn s eet in rear of Exchange Bank CAPITAL' 75,000.00 ' - - Montana - CARD YRAINS. _.ve ':Mont. I A te IDepar! r n. 1 1' i TIES. ).. nLoan and Title Company. an adver-t'" It'= ll il A. i o ii\\ S Ifl u\: V twa in c. 1,an tr An cted, of Inta t alt riii ntly . sinsS Itrip to in the {ity 3'.s r( s1mel I h1r it the Irphly A BANK'S SURPLUS H AT IT IS ? bhis hank pays its shareholders each year divi that are consistent with a safe, well managed a= 1money earned on our capital, above the divi 1a1d to shareholders is put back into the busi We have recently increased our surplus 110 making our surplus $45,J00.00, every cent }i6h has been earned. and...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 15 February 1912

GLOBE TROTTING A LIFE OF RISKS Man Who Toured World Afoot Found Many Perils. TORTURED BY THE TIBETANS Didn't Bother American Until They Found He Was on His Way to Sacred City; Then They Made It Hot For Him--Beat Head Hunters In Race. CAPTAIN IL. M. SEATON, a ('hina.',:i a, who styles himself "a pri€€ e of tramps," re turned to this cisunttry after a 34.200 mile j:Aunt that has led him through many countries and provided him with enough excitement to last him the rest of his life. His adventures were related In the New York Ameri can. During the few leisure moments can nibals, medicine men, head hunters, spear throwers and .ot her ungentleman ly natives have left him alone the royal hobo has managed to piece together a narrative that wehl equals any tale ed ited by the late Baronu Munchausen. "In the latter part of 1907," says the captain's log, "the New York banks seemed disinlirned to part with any money deposited wit.' them, and after a trip to England I re:d an announce ment that...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 22 February 1912

me NU. ? GLENDIVE, MONTANA. THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1912 Eight Pages OUR AIM: TO PUBLISH A NEWSPAPER. OULINES YIEWS uNLEGISLATI ON Address Before C ; sftitutionlal Caention. +EOPLE SUPREME _).OCATES MODI F w CF "RE . to E e-c se Proper Control r' : Over Big as Wl r v e Bess-l n te re s ts o f -er Must Be Looked S'eun re Equality of . ;:gts of Man of a ~ ce T'hn the Rights u t Norninaticns e Advocated. * . 21.- In his ~ ~ ~ ~ ( }, i Po'tt*il) ti ondl.11 "?MembIurs or the < onvention: ir ntsiblei of tin' l me in aski n You are OTn1I td n al, 1 (ork of sf!i :n =h i tld in tra in .. ?;t pf peoplt a re to 3.'kt and absolutely No r*prs ttivttfl' i gr task. To :eest ullv t14 re is rioetical common Sa ited kind v ith a - 8 zln. \lihoitt k 2 he but a sor A . v without the hard -e the itdealism 1 or worse than *o eak to you of 1 "- (f cannot touch U al - 1e9('t is too vast V: *' Ohnu mI'id; if any one C: r::" ; ,w F+ my views of I (J 1 do not today y1 id send him a f e . -I' h s I made in 191i1...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 22 February 1912

YELLowsToNE MONITOR. ABSOLUTELY INDEPENDENT. Published at GIendive. Dawson County. Montana by E. A. MARTIN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR Entered as second-class matter March 3. 1905. at the postoffice at Glent'ive, Mont.. under the Act of Congress of March 2,. 18 9. THURSDAY. FEB. 22, 1912. 41 'OCIýb With this issue the Monitor begins its eighth volume. Seven years of pleasurable toil and service to the community have passed into history. We shall be satisfied if our efforts in the future win the confidence and re spect of our readers as they have in the past. Socialists Have Their Inning It was a great day for local social ists last Friday, when Lewis J. Dun can, mayor of Butte and the first socialist mayor of Montana. spoke to an immense crowd at the Court House in the evening. Standing room was at a premium long before the time for opening the address. Mayor Duncan was introduced to the audience by Mr. Jensen of the local organization, and a prominent member of the Northern...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
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