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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 February 1905

MONTANANEWS, gEUSNA,MONTANA G^ K CLOTHIMG Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. CORRESPONDENCE Clancy,Feb. 17, 1905.^Dear Comrade Walsh: Inclosed^find $4 for subs to the News to be^sent to: George Pilliod, R. C.^Young, Ole Olson, J. A. Fisher,^Clancy. Yoursfor Revolutionary Socialism,^GEO. W. STRFIH. Curlew,Wash., Feb. 12, '05.^Comrade Walsh: I have changed^my location to Curlew. Would you^send the Montana News down here.^I came all the way from Stevensville^here looking for a master; I have not^found one yet, but I am stopping^with my brother-in-law until spring^opens when 1 expect I can get some^thing to do. YoursFraternally,^FRANK ANDERSON. Monarch,Mont., Feb. 16, '05.^Dear Comrade: Herewith $5.00,^balance due on 10 cards received^December 26; have only sold 4 of^the 10 to date. Please send me a^Monarch list of the oldest subscrib^^ers. I thing that there are several^that expire in March and I wa...

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 February 1905

MONTANANKWS, HELENA. MONTANA StopYour Cold^Be Vigorous witha superior bath cabinet one^should always be well. By stimu^^lating the cirulation and opening the^pores, it dissipates all congestions of^COLDS, NEURALGIA, RHEU^^MATISM and all skin diseases.^Price Complete $5.00 PARCHESDRUG CO., ANDPARCHEN BROS. SHORTROUTE FAST TIME^TO THE PACIFIC COAST MINNEAPOLISAND ST. PAUL^Can r^ acting EVER.Y DAY AtSt. Paul and Minneapolis with all Lim^^ited and Fast Mail Trainafor Chica^o, New^York and the East and at Havre for Pacific^eoaat points. EB Trains Iv (it Falls 3:05 a m^, W B Tr'ns Iv 4:40 a m 3:15 p m 'All mealdinin*--carsaerTedala carte. For^fall information retarding ra^e* and sleep-^Inc car, write or call npon W. C. Doherty,^Lewistown. Stage office, or SocialistNews From State Head^^quarters. (Continuedfrom page i) secretariesand have same pasted in^space for special stamps indue card.^All money derived from sale of spec^^ial stamps will be used in organizing^the party in unorganized d...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 1 March 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. Pa.yYour^LoceJ DUES VOLIII. HELENA,MONTANA, WIDNE8DAY, MARCH 1, 1901. NO.24 SIBBBSM. t-M Robt. Randall's Scathing Expose q/ J^ hn Mitchell Mr.President and fellow delegates:^I have come to speak to you as a^Colorado miner ^ one of the rank^and file who has grown up HMMg^the coal and metaliferous mines of^the west; one who knows the history^of our struggle, our trials, our suf^^fering and bitter defeat, and the^grievous wrong John Mitchell has^done us, and I am here to tell you^of it. Atthe time of the calling of the^great strike, November 9, 1903, the^miners with the exception of the^Northern Colorado district were^almost unorganized in southern Col^^orado, New Mexico ami Utah. The^coal companies believed and boasted^that their men would never strike^upon a call by the United Mine^Workers. Hut within two days after^the strike call. 10,000 men, or 95^per cent of all the coal miners of^Colorado, had responded to the call,^and every coal mine in the s...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 1 March 1905

MONTANANKWS, H K l.K.N A, MONTANA THEMONTANA NKWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.M. WALSH Editorn.nd^Publisher OFFICE22 PARK AVE. P. ^^. BOX 008 Eotrti.l.u Hi. Piwl Oftier fin ii.hisiii.s- .11 throughthe mail ^t MHl cla^^ rate*. Sl'BNCKll'TION.^l.iW PKK YEAR. AdTenmiimKale* mailt- known upon aptilica-^tion at this office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this ofiice at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and man v errors^are carlesslv matle at certain^postoflices, and our reade r s^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. iwwwwwwwvwvwvwvw RANDALLVERSUS MITCHELL Inthe noted speech of Robert^Randall in the last U. M. W. A.,^convention exposing the traitorous^acts of John Mitchell, and his per-^fedy to organized labor, comment^is scarcely necessarx, but suffice to^say th.it a few remarks relative to^the whole matter will not be amiss.^His speech as published this week^will be followed In an...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 1 March 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA GK CLOTHING Bearsthe Union Isabel, a^Kuarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. CORRESPONDENCE Clancy,Mont., Feb. 20, 1905.^To the Comrades throughout the^state: Asa means of making Socialists^anil also of increasing the circulation^of the Montana News, I would sug^^gest the following plan for your con^^sideration: Leteach subscriber to the News^pick out a friend or neighbor who^is not a Socialist and send the News^to him for six months or a year free^with the understanding that at the^end of that time if he thinks it is^worth the price he will pay you for^it, and if he is not satisfied you will^not consider him under any obliga^^tion to VOU. Bythis means we could double^the circulation of the News at once,^and also get the message of Socia^^lism to hundred who know nothing^of it at present. ^ ^r there may be^some comrades who can not aftord^to do this but the majority can I^think. Comrades, the rot...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 1 March 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA StopYour Cold^Be Vigorous witha superior bath cabinet one^should always be well. By stimu^^lating the cirulation and opening the^pores, it dissipates all congestions of^COLDS. NEURALGIA, RHEU^^MATISM and all skin diseases.^Price Complete $S.(X) PARCHENDRUG CO., ANDPARCHEN BROS. HELENASOCIALIST^TICKET AND PLATPM TheSocialists of Helena held a^mass nominating convention Monday^night at 22 Park avenue. The fol^^lowing platform was adopted and^ticket named: Firstward -August Johnson, ci^^gar maker. Secondward John Waudelt,^tailor. Thirdward Charles Nelson. Fourthward Fifthward ^I). A. Thetge. Sixthward^Herman l.uehinann,^carpenter. SeventhWard^T. f, Hughes.^For school trustee^J. H. Walsh. SHORTROUTE FAST TIME^TO THE PACIFIC COAST MINNEAPOLISAND ST. PAUL^Connactlnj EVEKY DAY AtSt. I'anl and Minneapolis with all Lim^^ited and Kant Mail Tram* for Chicago. New^York and the East and at Havre for Pacific^coast points. EB Trains Iv Qt Palls 3:05 a m^W B Tr'ns Iv 4:...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 March 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. Pa.yYour^LoceJ DUES VOLIII. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH a, 1905 NO.25 AnotherSpecial Editor*! Robt. Randall's Defense OurNext Issue Will Make a Special Feature of the same. In Bundles 1 cent ea^ch. Order Now AnOpen Letter to^The Independent Canyon.Ferry, Mont., Feb. 6, '05.^Editor Helena Independent: DearSir: Some time ago I re^ceived from a friend in Helena, a^copv of the Independent of January^16 with a marked editorial under the^caption, ^A Call of the Wild. Asit is partly truth, and partly^error or deliberate falsehood^ I will^be charitable and say it is thefromer^^and may therefore mislead the tin^warv, in the name of justice and fair^play, I demand, for others and my^^self therein misrepresented, space in^the Independent for reply to the^same. Failing this, I shall be com^^pelled to expose the editor of the^Independent as a deliberate spreader^of falsehood and deception. Iwould have answered this letter^sooner, but had not yet received 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. — 8 March 1905

2 MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.H. WALSH Editornnd^Publisher OFFICE22 I'AKK AVE. P. Ob BOX 908 Soim-dat the Pout Office for tr^n^miii^ion^throutrti the m^il ^t ^ec^nd cla^^ rata*. SUBSCRIPTION.$1.00 l^KK YEAR. Someof which will he taken from^the S. L P.. people and will be of^great interest to the union work^^ers especially, as unionism gets^threshed out from all points of^view. AdvertisingRates made known upon applica^^tion at this office. Anysubscriber not recciv^ing the News regularly should^notify th^s office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and manv errors^are earlessly made at certain^postoffices, and our readers^can assist us greatly jn prompt^ly notifying this office of the^same. TRADES[rfllSJCOUNCIL Roosevelt,hasn't scared^badly as vet. thethe trustbuster,^trusts very Socialismmeans co-operation,^and cn-c peraticMi means the aboli^^tion of the wage system. Lateestimates state that about...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 March 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA GK CLOTHING Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. CORRESPONDENCE Livingston,Mont., March 2, 1905. That'sright comrade, make him^sit down or stop howling about^what he and the balance of such^Reverends are howling about^and then vote for a system that he^knows will perpetuate. So long^as the people follow the lead of^such fakers as Rev. Ellis is you^can expect fraud in high places^of trust, for they uphold the pres^^ent system by their votes. Why^shouldn't they^ They get their^money from where they get their^talk. Yes; the Reverend will^howl about gambling and the^poor fallen women, and then at^the very next election vote to keep^it going for another two years.^Such Reverends kindle the fires^of a bloody revolution. The Rev.^will prate about Socialism; how^^if people should vote a majority^for it;^ how Socialism would de-^story the home. If it destroyed^the home any more ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 March 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA 3 Socialist National Platform % t We,the Socialist party, In convention assembled, make our ap^^peal to the American people as the defender and preserver of the MM^of liberty and self-government, in which the nation was born: as the^Only political movement standing for the program and principles by^which the liberty of the individual may become a fact; as the only^political organization that is democratic, and that has for its purpose^the democratizing of the whole of society. Tothis idea of liberty the republican and democratic parties are^Utterly false. They alike struggle for power to maintain and profit jy^an industrial system which can be preserved only by the complete^overthrow of such liberties as we already have, and by the still fur^^ther enslavement and degradation of labor. OurAmerican institutions came into the world in the name of^freedom. They have been seized upon by the capitalist class as the^means ^^f rooting out the idea of freedom fro...

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 March 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANA NEW PfvyYour^Local DULS VOLIII. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1905. ReuidellsDefense on U. M. W. A., Coi mention! NO.ft, Thecontroversy at the United Mine Workers' national convention^at Indianapolis, wherein John Mitchell was ^vindicated^ in regard^to his actions in the Colorado-Utah coal strike, and the writer of this^article expelled from the United Mine Workers of America for the^crime of ^Iese majesty^ against ^the little tin lahor god,^ John Mitch^^ell, began on the afternoon of January 18, when a resolution was^read from Local Union No. 728, Mt. Olive, Illinois, asking that ^Our^National President or any one affiliated with the U. M. W. of A.^sever all connection with the Civic Federation. PatrickDolan, of Pittburg, ^who boasts of never having read a^book on political economy and proves it bv his ignorance,^ made the^surprising assertion that outside of the ^labor leaders^ the moving^spirits of the Civic Federation are ^philanthropists.^ 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 March 1905

2 MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.M WALSH Editor^.nd^Publisher OFFICE2 2 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Enteredat the Pout Office for tran^mlMioa^through the mail at second cla^^ rate*. SUIISCRIPTION.$1.00 PER YEAR. AdTrit.MtigRates made known upon applica^^tion at thi^ office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and many errors^are carlessly made at certain^postoffices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. vwwwwwwv^\wwi TRADES (Pjflffi) COJJNCU. Socialismis coming every dav. Thecity elections of Montana^will be held Monday, April 5. MissGompers. daughter of the^noted 'labor faker.*' lias made her^debut into stage ringing society. Helena.Anaconda and Unite so^far are the cities of Montana that^have placed Socialist tickets in^the field and adopted platforms. neons,while here a babel o...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 March 1905

MONTANANEWS, HKl.KNAr MONTANA GK CLOTHING Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. CORRESPONDENCE Milwaukee,Wis., March 4, 1905.^Editor Montana News: Yourecently Rave space in your^paper to the assertion that the^Social-Democratic aldermen of^Milwaukee had introduced a^measure to lessen the cost of ^as^to manufacturers. Since the^article appeared the New York^People, with malevolent intent,^has repeated the story and evinced^especial satisfaction inasmuch as^the story emanated from a Social-^Democratic source. This charge^against the Milwaukee aldermen^of our party will douhtless he^echoed and re-echoed by^the poll parrots of the^S. L. P.. as part of the general col^^lection of like charges against our^party and its members, which the^scandal-mongers of the S. L. P.^have been industriouslv circulat^^ing these several vears. Permit^me, therefore, to brand the storv^as a fabrication, pure and simple,^and...

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 March 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA Handell'sDefense on U. M. W. A., Convention (Continuedfrom page one) menin the courts. Irespectfully ask John Mitchell to either be^in prosecution in the^courts against these ex-officers of District 15, or publicly retract his^infamous charges. JohnMitchell would never have made such charges had the ex-^district officers been present in the convention. Hisattack on them was the act of a coward, and can be expected^from one who is trying to shift the blame of a lost strike upon dis^^trict officers, who have always fcught faithfully for the best interest^of the organization. I will add that, had the policy of the district^officers not been overruled by John Mitchell in the intolerant and^bigoted manner of an autocrat, there is little doubt but that the strike^would have been won. ADDINGINSULT TO MINERS' INJURY. JohnMitchell boasted of his reception when visiting the striking^miners of Southern Colorado^he spent two whole days in the strike^districts during...

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 March 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. Pe.yYour^Local DUES VOL.III. HKLENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1905. NO.27. Unio/7Traitors^Receive Money When1 made the statement in^the United Mine Workers' Na^^tional convention that the. North^^ern Coal ^ Coke company, and^its allies, the Denver Citizens' Al^^liance, the Victor Fuel company^and the Colorado Fuel ^ Iron^company, had induced the lead^^ers of the United Mine Workers^to betray the Colorado strikers^it was not with the expectations^that within six weeks the unques^^tionable documentary evidence^would be produced to substan^^tiate, in part, my statement. Inthe Adams-Peabody contest^for governorship of Colorado K.^W. Morgan, state senator from^Boulder county, alleged that the^Adams faction attempted to bribe^him. In the investigation that^followed these receipts for money^given to R. W. Morgan by J. W.^Best, general manager of the^Northern Coal company, were^produced. , Receivedof J. W. Best $150 for^expenses on account of campaign^...

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 March 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.H. WALSH Editorr^ nd^' Publisher OFFICE22 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX yoS Enirt.ilat the Pout Office for tranxmiMion^through the mall at aecoad claaa rate*. SUBSCRIPTION.$1.00 PER YEAR. AdrertiKincRates made known upon applica^^tion at this office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and many errors^are carlessly made at certain^postoffices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. ;^A^srag7JCOUNCIL TheSocialists should^the school boards. capture Thecommittee delegated plen^^ary power of the Helena Socialist^city convention will place another^school trustee in the field. TheIndustrial Independent,^Parry's Citizens' Alliance publi^^cation, is letting a great amount^of wind out of the sails of the^^borers from within. TheRepublicans of Butte are^making a great...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 March 1905

MONTANANEW^H ELENA, MONTANA GK CLOTHING9 Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook'. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. CORRESPONDENCE Stevensville,Feb. 26, 1905.^Dear Comrade: I wish to reg^^ister a protest against what seems^to me is strife between partv^papers and also different factions^of what should be one single^social party. There also seems^to be an antagonism against the^so-called middle class movement^by the proletarians. To an old-^time Socialist this all seems lik'.*^wasted energy (or hot air). 1^have been a believer in Socialism^now for more than 20 years, but^it has been about two years back^that it has come to my notice that^there was more than one brand of^Socialism. The first education I^had on Socialism was in 1885 by^a German Socialist. His lessons^were not along the line of scien^^tific Socialism ; not the proletarian^movement, nor class conscious^Socialism, but it was just com^^mon, every-day Socialism that^the one w...

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 March 1905

4 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA 3*Socialist National Platform 3* i We,the Socialist party, in convention assembled, make our ap^^peal to the American people as the defender and preserver of the idea^of liberty and self-government, in which the nation was born; as the^only political movement standing for the program and principles by^which the liberty of the individual may become a fact; as the only^political organization that is democratic, and that has for its purpose^the democratizing of the whole of society. Tothis idea of liberty the republican and democratic parties are^utterly false. They alike struggle for power to maintain and profit by^an industrial system which can be preserved only by the complete^overthrow of such liberties as we already have, and by the still fur^^ther enslavement and degradation of labor. OurAmerican institutions came into the world in the name of^freedom. They have been seized upon by the capitalist class as the^means of rooting out the idea of freedom...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 29 March 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. PayYour^Local DUES VOL.III. IIKLKNA,MONTANA, WKDNKSDAV, MAIM II 29, L906. NO.28 Socialismand Industrial! Unionism Social ist Essay ExpoundedBy Thomas J. Hagerty Dr.TboS. J. Hagerty) formerly^known as Father 1 Liberty, ad^dressed the people of Helena^March 22 and 23, at the Auditor^^ium. The lower floor of the Au^^ditorium was comfortably filled^on each occasion. Dr. Hagerty ic^one of the hest known Socialists^and industrial unionists in the^United States, and was brought^into the state by the Hutte Mill^^ Smeltermen's Union to deliver^a series of lectures on the sub^^jects above mentioned. FederalLabor I'nion. of Hel^^ena, brought him to the city Wed^^nesday night. March 22. to speak^upon Industrial Unionism, and^the Socialist local engaged him^Thursday night to lecture upon^Socialism and its relation to poli^^tics. Tlie world is moving.^ said Dr.^Hagerty, ^to .1 more perfect form^of labor unionism than ever before^in its history. Beforeunionism ca...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 29 March 1905

MONTANANKWS, HELENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.H. WALSH Editornnd^' Publisher OFFICE22 I'ARK AVE. I'. O. BOX 908 /festered at the Pom Office for tranftmirtftion^rthrough ttM mail at necond clau rate*. BOBSCBIPTION,Ji.no 1^EK YEAR. AdTertiing Rates made known upon applica^^tion at tliix office. ;eiv-IE Anysubscriber not receiv^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and many errors^are carlessly made at certain^postofhees, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. vvvvvvvwwwvwwww Returnsfrom recent city elec^^tions appear to be encouraging to^tbc Socialists. TheSocialist, of Toledo, Obio,^formerly of Seattle, Washington,^has made its appearance per an-^nouncement. Mosure and vote for Socialism^at the school election on Saturday^ami again for Socialism on Mon^^day at the city election. Asmall town in Now York that^gave 43 votes ...

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