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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 29 March 1905

MONTANANEWS, HK1.KNA. MONTANA J GK CLOTHING9 Bearsthe Union I .nix-1, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. CORRESPONDENCE Livingston,March 27, 1905. TlicSocialists of Livingston^held a mass convention at the So^^cialist hall on Saturday, March^18. at 8 p. m., and nominated a^full ticket as follows: Formayor, James D. Graham. Forcity treasurer, James Ma-^lonev. section foreman. Policemagistrate, Clarence^Bishop, locomotive fireman. Alderman,First ward, Robert^B. N'eshit. machinist. Alderman,Second ward, W. H.^Smith, carpenter. Alderman.Third ward, Charles^Simpson, machinist. Aclear-cut revolutionary plat^^form was adopted, as well as a^resolution denouncing the present^city council for violating the eight^hour law on citv works Hamilton,March 26, 1905.^Montana News, Helena. Montan 1. DearComrade : Comrade Walsh^has been with us. He delivered^eight lectures in this county,^three of which were delivered in^Hamilton, and le...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 29 March 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA SocialistNational Platform v- iI We,the Socialist party, in convention assembled, make our ap^^peal to tlic 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 ol 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. — 5 April 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. PotyYour^LoceJ DUES VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1905. NO.29, LaborOrders^Demand Label Helena,March 24, 1905.^To All Members of Organized^Labor and their Friends:^Brothers and Sisters: Causes^have arisen of late which make^it imperative upon the part of the^Executive Board of the Montana^Federation of Labor to defend^one of the most vital principles^which organized labor at all^times advocates^that of defend^^ing the union label. When the^present management of the Hel^^ena Independent assumed charge^it made the Independent the^mouth-piece of the nefarious Citi^^zens' Alliance, and the first act^was to remove from the paper^the union label^the insignia of^fair conditions. hollowing this^the union mailer was discharged^because he refused to leave his^union, he being informed that it^he left the Mailers' union he^could continue at work for the^Independent. Being true to his^union he was forthwith dis^^charged. TheMailers' union, affiliate...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 April 1905

N MONTANANKWS, HELENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUKUWEEKLY. J.H. WALSH CdltorMid^Publlshar OFFICE2 2 PARK AVE. P. (). BOX Q08 Entrr.-.tai the Pout Office for traaamiuion throughthe mail at MHi claaa rates. CBSCKIPTION,ft .00 PER YEAR. AdvertisingRatf^ mailt' known upon applica^^tion at thin office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^cartl. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and many errors^are earlesslv made at certain^postoffites, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt-^a ly aotifyinf this office of the^J | same. c(TradeTI }^jjjg^] coun cil ) inalmost SMgeiic outlines. He^will take the trouble to arpue^with y^Hi before he slays you;^the trades-unionist will slay you^first and argue with you after^^wards. If the Socialist would^onlv COtlM out of bis trance and^learn to depend M bis own exer^^tions instead of leaning on the^StStC, in other words, if he would completelychance his belief...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 April 1905

MONTANANEWS, HKI.KNA. MONTANA GK CLOTHING9 Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^Hie working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. CORRESPONDENCE Die/..Wyo., March 28, 1905.^Editor Montana News: Ina letter to your paper sonic^time ago, from me, I made the^charge in a frame of anger of^mind that W. E. Jones was a^faker and a spy, and which I de^^sire to retract, as I have not proof^of the same heing true. WILLIAMDICK. Livingston,April 3, 1905. DearComrade: The republi^^cans elected all their ticket here^except one alderman and the^other Siamese twin got that. The^class conscious Socialist made^good healthy gains all over the^town since the election last fall.^We hegan the next campaign^to-night at 6 p. m., or just as soon^as the polls closed. Iam unahle t onight to give you^our gains so you can have them^for this week's issue of New--.^Comrade Crahdm or I will give WW WW WW WW TheOldest and MostReliable DryGoods^J* Hovise SANDSBROS Co HELENA,MONTANA...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 April 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA (Continuedfrom page three)^jjrratpst) ^^ wil we hav^* to^contend with. If I remember^correctly, it costs the United^States over one billion dollars Movementsof Socialists NationalHeadquarters,^Socialist Party. perannum. Whata wonderful amount^of happiness such an enormous^sum of money, if judiciously used,^would produce for us. But misery^is so much cheaper; we (^et M^much more for the money spent.^Besides, look at the revenues the^government Rets from it, and if it^was spent for happiness there^would be a jrrcat deficit for our^grafters down at our capital city^to meet and that would never do.^It is impossible to estimate one-^tenth of the misery this monev^does produce. Think of the^number of the youth of the land^who po to satisfy this monster^everv fear. Of the thousands of^girls and boys who sink to their^own depredation to a living hell. Parentsof America^of the^world. Stop in your wild scramble^for pain. Stop,just for one short while^and think of ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 April 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. PeiyYour^Local DUES VOL.HI. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1905. NO.10. TwoRadical PriestsS 'Brienof Toledo^Dvicey of New York Rev.Father O'Brien, of To^^ledo, delivered an address at^Good Shepherd church in that^city recently which created a pen-^nine sensation. His suhject was,^^The Anarchy of Wealth.^ He^said: Ican not shut tny eyes to the^dangers that threaten our re-^puhlic. The greatest danger that^I can see now is the anarchy uf^wealth. The union was saved^and slavery abolished by an army^of poor men from the generals^down to the privates, who risked^their lives for the flag. Now we^see the wealth of the country in^the hands of a few men. The^agricultural and mineral re^^sources of our magnificent coun^^try have been cornered by a few^men with money, and every bite^of meat we take is doubly taxed^by the beef trust. If our govern^^ment is ever changed from a re^^public to a monarchy, or .empire,^it will be done by the men o^^wealth, not...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 April 1905

MONTANANKWS, HELENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.n wai.sh Editorfind^' Publisher orrur.22 park ave. p. o. box 908 Kntrrrd^t the Post Office for tr^n^mis^n)n^throngli the mail at second claw rate*. subscription,tl.no per year. AdrertiKingRat.^ maile known upon applica^^tion at ihi* 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. TheSocialist locals are awak-^inp all over Montana. Hasvonr subscription expired^^W atch vmir dates on the name^label. LooksM if Herder was up^against the real revolutionary^proposition. Tlu-revolutionary spirit of the^Socialist movement appears tO be^solidly glowing. LeiBl Bell the rest of the press^shares. ( )nlv $10 per share and^you gel \our ten dollars back! Line-Up,of Kansas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 April 1905

MONTANANEWS, H KI-ENA. MONTANA GK CLOTHING Bearsthe Union Label,, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. SocialistNews From^State Headquarters. Electionreturns have been^very slow in reaching state head^^quarters, but what has come in^^dicate that we have held our vote^of last fall and in some places^made small gains, which is satis^^factory considering the over^supply of lethargy that the So^^cialists of Montana have on hand. DuringMarch there were^eighteen lectures on Socialism^delivered in this state, Comrade^Hagerty delivering ten and Com^^rade Walsh eight. Three un^^organized places were visited and^meetings held. ComradeWalsh will lecture^along the Yellowstone route this^month and it is expected that lie^will till at least fourteen dates. DuringMay it is expected that^Comrade Walsh will tour the^northern route, taking in the^counties of Cascade, Chouteau,^Flathead and Teton. Alllocals wishing dates from^Comrade Wals...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 April 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA (Continualfrom page three: transferredto No. 28, of Duluth,^Minn., of the Switchmen's union.^I worked on the Northern Pacific^out of Livingston for six months^and then went to work in Ana^^conda (Ml the B. A. ^ P., and^worked there for six months, and^when the shutdown of 190.2 came^I came here to Denver and^worked on the Santa Fe, where I^am working now. I worked last^summer for three months for the^Lackawanna Steel company in^West Seneca, just outside of^Buffalo. X. V.; came to Indiana^and decided to do what I could^for the cause and joined Local^Huntington, to which Local 1^still belong, as 1 have never been^tried by them and hold a paid up^card in them up to April, in^^clusive. After the election (iene^gave nie a letter of recommenda^^tion, which I still hold, and I^started out to make a tour of the^southwest. I really thought I^would meet Socialists, but met^only Populists. I then tried to^form an Indian Territory Agita^^tion Committee and it was^sq...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 April 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. Pek.yYo\ir^LoceJ DUES VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1901. NO.31. Sermon.On^The Treump. BYMYRON REED. Blessedis he that considers the^poor,^ says David. Not simply^look at them, but considers them;^that is, weighs them. What is the^reason of poverty^ What is the^relief^ ^The cause that I knew^not I searched out,^ says Job. Iam at home playing with the^children. The children are f it and^lively. We are waiting for dinner,^no uncertainty. The evidence of^things unseen is borne in from the^kitchen. The substance of things^hoped for is broiling. Thedoor bell rings^not the short^peremptory signal of the letter car^^rier, or of the dun, but it is a feeble,^dubious ring. The door is opened^and enters the ^tramp.^ I am in^the presence of a reality. I look^him over. His coat is pinned to^^gether at the neck. His gaiters look^as if at some time they had been^worn by a minister. They have^given out at the side and run down^at the heel. He has n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 April 1905

MONTANA_NEWS, HELENA. tyONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.H. WALSH . Editor^nd^Publisher OFFICE2 2 I'AKK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Enteredat the Pom Office for traiwmUKion^thrnu^li the mail at MMi cla^^ rtla*. SUBSCRIPTION.*).on l'KK YEAR. AdvertisingRates maile known upon applica^^tion at lhi^ 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 reade r s^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. wwwwvwwvwwwwwi HASHAGERTY CHANGED Thefollowing editorial sketch is^taken from the Social Democrat^Herald of Milwaukee and is of sign^^ificance at this time: StateSecretary Cramton of Col^^orado is arranging a lecture course^for Father Hagerty in that state,^according to an announcement^which he has sent out. As Hagerty,^since the notice was sent out, has^disclosed his true attit...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 April 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA G^ K CLOTHING9 Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. TheBelgrade Farmer and Stock^^man (not a Socialist paper) has the^following to say on the new fish and^game law: Pioneer(i) Yes, you may hunt^on your own land and fish in streams^running through your own ranch^without a license, but take a sur^^veying crew along to locate your^position, lest you step, shoot or al^^low your fishing line to float beyond^your possessions. (2) No. The^law does not require a license to^breathe the free air of heaven. The^failure to make such a provision^having, perhaps, been an oversight. Thefish and game law passed by^the last Montana state legislature^has served to awaken the people to^the real farce performance of a body^of 08 working (^) men. Socialismwill come whether you^want it to or not. If you haven't^enought energy to move, just leave^the work to those who will do it. 1jwvvww wwvw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 April 1905

MONTANANEWS. HELENA. MONTANA CORRESPONDENCE (Continuedfrom page three) Saturdayand Sunday hustling the^comrades together, and Sunday aft^^ernoon a good meeting was held and^one new member admitted^Com^rade F. A. Clogston, who promises^to be a hustling worker in the move^^ment. He was made secretary-^treasurer. About #3 was collected^in dues to send to state headquar^^ters, and committees were arranged^to sell tickets, solicit advertising^and hustle in general for the enter^^tainment on Monday night. Livingston, Mont.^Say, neigh^^bor, what do you think of the pres^^ent outlook for the farmers^ Do^you think the farmers of the United^States are making anything over and^above a livine ^ or in other words,^are they keeping out of debt^ Savs^one, I think they are. Well, what^per cent of them keep out of debt^^Is it ten, fifteen or twenty-five per^cent^ Now, is it not a fact that^seventy five per cent rush their crop^into the market as soon as they can^to pay taxes and other debts con^^tra...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 April 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS Pa.yYour^Local DUES VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2^, MM, NO.IB. WacrMenkes^Good Business TheWestern Clarion, in the fol^^lowing article, furnishes some ex^^cellent comment upon the interview^given out by Hayashi, the Japanese,^who states that the war has made^^good business,^ created new indus^^tries,^ etc: Amongthe passengers who left^for the Orient by the Kmpress of^Japan yesterday was Mr. T. Hayashi,^of Tokio, Japan, who is on his way^to the capital of Japan. Inconversation with a represen^^tative of the News-Advertiser yes^^terday morning Mr. Hayashi spoke^very interestingly on the way. ^The^Japanese are quite satisfied,^ he^said, ^with the manner in which the^campaign is being carried on and^the success of the army is very grat^^ifying. Then, too, it has been good^for business. Since the war started^the imports of the country have in^^creased by 25 per cent, while the^trade in the interior has grown re^^markably. The government mak...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 April 1905

2 MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.H. WALSH Editor^nd^Publisher OFFICE2 2 PAKK AVE. P. (). BOX 908 Enteredat the Post Office tor traufunlMion^through the mail at Hecond cla*^ rates. Sl'USi-HIPTHiN.^l.i^0 PER YEAR. AdTertioingRat^-^ manV known upon api^lica-^tion at tin* office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^onlv takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and titan v errors^are carles^l v made at certain^postofhees, and our reade r s^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. fietce.We will do well to keep the^educational work apace with the^sinie. When you think that it is^not coming fast enough, think again^and see if you are doing your duty^in the cause. Attend your local^meetings, pay your dues, help to^push the organization. That is^what is needed at this time. TR APES [|Uag7jCOUNCO OPEN-SHOPNEILL JohnS. M. Neill, proprietor of^the Indep...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 April 1905

MONTANANEWS^HEl.KNA. MONTANA .1 GK CLOTHING9 Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. Movementsof Socialists NationalHeadquarters,^Socialist Party. Chicago111., April 15, 1905.^E.^H. Latham state secretary of Texas^has presented his resignation to take^effect April 15. T.J. Peach of Grand Rapids^Rapids, Minn., has been elected^the additional National Committee^man of that state. Acharter has been granted to^Okmulgee, L T. 25 mumbers. ComradesI^ebs and Guy Miller^recently lectured in Durant, L T.,^on April 4 The Socialists cast |J^per cent of the entire vote. Onthe 6th ballot, closed April ^S,^Robert Handlow was elected a mem^^ber of the National Executive Com^^mittee, completing the committee.^Handlow received 24. Kerrigan 12^votes. Not voting 5. Thenational executive committee TheOldest and MostReliable \Dry Goods J*House lSANDS BROS Co HELENA,MONTANA isnow voting to elect two auditors^from the remain...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 April 1905

FAMOUSDIAMONDS. TfM8tonei of the Beau Sancy and tha Kohinoor. Thefamous Beau Sancy diamond^vu lost by filarial the Bold on the^battlefield of (iran.Min. March 3,^1476. A Swiss soldier sold it for a^florin to MOM person unknown. A^^entun afterward the king of Por^^tugal pUdftd U to the Sfigiu'iir de^8^nc\ ^^f Trance for a loan. In 1589^the latter seal it to Henry of Na^^varre. Thieves killed the messen^^ger, but Sancy exhumed the body^^nd found his diamond again in the^servant's stomach. We next hear of^this gem shining on the Imast of^Queen Elizabeth. James II. then^carried it ^^lf and s^^U) it to lx^uis^XIV. Bobbers la ITfl leetsd the^loyal treasury, and it did not appear^^gain until Kmight by the maliara-^Jfth of Puttiola, who owns it now. TheIf oil i HOI, an Knglish crown^iswel, valued in the vear LMi ^at^half the daily expense of the whole^World,^ is linked with uncommon^horrors. In order to discover its^hidim; place half a dozen shahs were^Bsjeesssivelj blinded. The head of^^ne...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 3 May 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS VOL.III. H.Lynch Answers^Frederick Heath MONTANANEWS. PayYovjr^Loc^vl DUES HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3,1905. no.n J5heDouble-Headed Octopus ToThe Montana News: I received^a bundle of your papers containing^consecutive issues from March 15th^to April 12th, inclusive. There^must be a dark gentleman in the^woodpile somewhere, as these are^the first I have received for a month. 1note Comrade Heath's letter in^regard to an article that I wrote in^Spokane, and which was reproduced^by the Weekly People of New York.^The phrase to which Comrade^Heath takes exception appeared^among others of a like expression,^with reference to what appears to^me as a peculiar species of Social^^ism now obtaining within the So^^cialist party, in some sections of the^United States. Obviously,Comrade Heath has^placed an improper construction^upon my assertion, as I never even^intimated that any of the Socialist^aldermen of Milwaukee introduced a^bill in the interest of the small gas^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. — 3 May 1905

2 TilKMONTANA NKVYS. ISMHi WKEKI.V. SIJHStKII'TION. ^1 ^^^ I'KK YKAH. AdTrrlixinvKat. ^ MM.11 uihmi ai'i'lu-a- 1n^n at thi^ office. AnvmlMcrilMf *i^^t receiv^^ing the Sc^s regularly should^notify tin* office at once It^onlv takes a one cent postal^canl. Out mailing list is prac^^tical! v perfect, and tnanv errors^are ratleo.lv made at certain^postott 1 rs, and our readers^ran .1 - st ns gi ea:: \ . 11 prompt^$ lv notil \ ing tliis office of the^me. i Sendin ^^fail to seiiii dog,would imagine that it was to^be foundled, ami would receive the^blow of a Judus in place of its fami^liar patting customary from the^hands of the children. Thanks to^the humane society, they put a stop^to this piere of brutality. Still^there are people in this country,^who rlaim to be civilized that would^have approved of the sham program^ami would have walked miles to tell^how Open Shop Roosevelt slaved^a bear. OURORGANIZATION Sometime ago the News was^severely rriticised bv manv ol the^comrades oxer the sta...

Publication Title: Montana News
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