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

MONTANA NEWS, H Kl.KNA. MONTANA GK CLOTHINGS Dearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working: man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. Correspondence Stark,Mont., July 2 1905.^l)ear Comrade: Your letter to^hand. I comply with your request.^Find enclosed the amount. All^mail that does not come up on Fri^^days stage, I do not get for ten days.^I am working hard the elements^favor me for water. I will get a^good run yet. Yoursfor the cause, T.F. FA BERT. Haveyou done your duty in as^^sisting the state secretary in getting^into the new field for organizing. Accordingto the equalization^board of Park Co., Montana their^report gives a number of farmers in^Park county to be only twelve times^poorer than the Northern Pacific^railroad company in the incorpo-^4 \ Wyoming Egg $5.50per^ton^2 tons for^$10.00 UnionCoal Company JAS.DERHAM, Salesman^Office 10 Edwards Phone 149 ratedbounds of Livingston. So^the farmer must be wealthy, when^he can compare his wealth ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 July 1905

MONTANANEWS, HE1.KNA. MONTANA TheIndustrial Union Started (Continuedfrom page i) icsand is an auxiliary to the capi^^talist exploiters. Debscited as proof of this fact the^Textile workers' strike at Fall River,^Mass., the Interborough railway^strike in New York City, and the^Chicago stock yards and teamsters'^strikes. The speaker declared that^the American Federation of Labor^pure and simple union had fulfilled^its mission whatsver it was, and that^the time had come for it to go. Speakingof the capitalist news^^papers, Debs said that they misrep^^resented this Industrial Union con^^vention, but would praise it to the^skies if it were Gompers' American^Federation of Labor, which chloro^^forms the working class. Turninghis attention to the efforts^of the Socialists, alias social-Demo^^crats, in trying to turn the Civic^Federationi/ed American Federation^of Labor into a bonafide, class con^^scious industrial union, the speaker^declared that they might as well^^bore from within^ the rep...

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 July 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. PevyYo\ir^LocaJ DUES VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, .11 LY 19, 1905. FarmerShould^Learn to Vote Wefarmers are free and independ^ent twice a year, and those couple^of times I speak of, are the 4th of^July, and November 8, or election^day as the case may be, most gen-^eraly on Nov. 8. Then is the time^the candidates feel the most inter^^ested in the farmers welfare, and^more especially the men who are^running for legislature, also if there^is to be a multi-millionaire to be^elected to the United States senate. Thenis the time there is so much^talk of favorable legislation for the^farmers. Then is the time when^the bottle that is labeled old Bour-^bon, and the Havana two for five,^makes their appearance. Give the^old hayseed a few shots from old^Bourbon, then the favorable legis^^lation talk starts especially if old hay^^seed complains there is something^wrong. Justbe patient,^ says the man^that is giving out the bait, and the^bait has worked to ...

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 July 1905

MONTANANKWS, HELENA. MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSlKI^ M KKK1 V. J.M WALSH Editor^m^1^Publisher OFFICE22 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Enterr.1M MM Nil Office for tranaraiMioa^through the mail ^t second cla^^ rate*. SUBSCRIPTION.Jl.^ PER YEAR Adv.'ii^in^ Rates made known upon applica^^tion at thi* office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing trie News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^milv 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. TRADES LJahS^J COUNCIL noother speaker is this necessary. Letus get down to figuring, com^^rades, and systematize this speaker^question, and no matter how big or^little the speaker may be, let him^cover every county consecutively^and then step into the next joining^state where he will probably do like^^wise. Heroworshipping^ must not be^given any place in this matter. A^poor speaker...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 July 1905

MONTANANEWS, H ELENA. MONTANA GK CLOTHING Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af-^ifbrd to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA.MONT. Correspondence n DietzWyo., July 13, 1905,^Editor Montana News: Organizationis the present need^of the Socialist party, and only those^papers and speakers that urge this^need, are of any immediate value^to the movement. Theextent and the revolutionary^nature of Socialist sentimeut is a^revelation to me, as the lack of^organization in our party. Hutmost humiliating of all is the^lack of appreciation of the value and^necessity of organization. Thereaders of a certain, some^^times called Socialist papers, fail to^see any need of organization and^you will hear these people say; Oh'^we vote alright. Thatidea is fatal to all progress^in organization. It is the dry rot of^all political progress, and yet this^idea is encouraged persistently by^mere subscription hunters. This^idea must be combatted by all the^forces of organizat...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 July 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA Priest'sAttack on Socialism. (Continuedfrom page 4.) ateor less determinable than the^labor hour. Thereare two ways only of count^ing the labor hour: by time employ^ed and value produced. Is all labor^to be paid according to time given,^with absolute equality ^ Or is the^^cript certificate to have its purchas^^ing power from a given amount^which has been produced and which^shall be regarded as the unit of^value Ifthe labor hour is to be paid by^mere time, then, when you are work^^ing amongst a hundred men to pro^^duce the common store, and you^are working harder than the ninty-^nine, they will be receiving the fruit^of your labor and you will be re^^ceiving none of theirs. They will^be reducing your wages and you will^be raising theirs. This is against the^fundamental tenet of Socialism, i. e.,^that every man shall receive the full^watte due to his labor. In a popu^^lation of a million you will have to^know that 999,999 are working as^industriously for y...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 July 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, IW5. Rockefellers Fathera Thief Fromthe able penM ad I i^ f os^Tarhell, in the June number of^McClures, are facts of interest as^regards John I). Rockefeller and^his father: The story, extracts of^which follow, is of peculiar interest^as it deals with the antecendents of^the most talked of man in the world^today. Itthrows most astonishing light^on his parentage and reveals the fact^that the father of the famous mag^^nate was a man of most unsavory^reputation in his own community. Mostastonishing even than this^is the fact that the father of John D.^Rockefeller, now an old man him^^self, still lives on a farm in Iowa,^and although too old now to follow^up his sporting proclivities, his re^^putation as a trickster still clings to^him. Thestory of the old man and John^D.'s boyhood, is in part as follows: Thereare still alive in Tioga^county, New York state, many men^and women who remember Godfrey^Rockefelle...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 July 1905

2 MONTANANI Ws HF.l.KNA, MOV I ANA THKMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEF.kl \ J.H. WALSH Editorevnd^Publisher OFFICE22 PARK AVK. V. O. BOX 908 Enteredat the \\*\ Office for tranamiiwioii^thn.uuli the m*ll at w-cond clan* rate*. Sills.MICTION. Jl.iW I'KK YKAK. AdTertiuiti Hatc^ nia^1^- known ui^on applica.^tlon at thin office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^onlv takes a ^^ne cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and many errors^are earless!v made at certain^postoffices, and our readers^can assist ^s greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. kWWWWWWWWW Moneyis needed at this end of^the gun. Opportunismis a great mental^failing of the average worker. Socialismmeans to give every^man or woin.in the full product of^their labor. let us elect a few Socialists to the^next legislature. It would make the^session interesting. Reportsfrom the farm districts^show Socialism to be growing faster^than any other produ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 July 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA I GK CLOTHING3 Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. SocialistNews From^State Headquarters Nodonations to the organizing^fund has been received during the^past week. ComradeHazlett has had very^successful meetings in Carbon county^and has sold a large quantity of lit^^erature. Shewill speak at Cokedale (un^^organized) August i; Clyde Park,^(unorganized ) August 2 and 3. ComradeBurgess reports good^meetings at Bozeman and Belgrade,^(unorganized) during his stay in^Fergus county he will visit (Jilt Edge,^Maiden and Moore, and will en^^deavor to reorganize Lewistown,^Kendall, Gilt Edge and Maiden^locals. J.H. Walsh will speak at Hins^^dale (unorganized) July 30 and 31.^Malta (unorganized) August 1 and^2. Chinook, (unorganized) August 3- Acommunication has been sent^John Basil Barnhill notifying him^that Comrade Hazlett will meet him^in debate, providing the arrange^^ments c...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 July 1905

4 MONTANANKWS, HE1.KNA. MONTANA (Contiuedfrom page j) Priest'sAttack on Socialism modernworld to that ideal state of^the first christians wherein ^distri^^bution was made to every one ac^^cording to his need and there was^no one needy among them. KKV.M. M. SHEEDY.^* * * Atthe banquet given to President^Gompers of the American Federa-^tion of Labor by the labor organiza^^tions of Lawrence, Mass., on the^evening of Patriot's Day, April 19,^one of the principle speakers was the^Very Rev. James T. O'Reilly, O. S.^A., pastor of St. Mary's church, of^that city. He said: iam much pleased with the op^^portunity the present occasion af^^fords to honor the numerous toilers^in the ranks of organized labor in^our city, by contributing my part to^the hearty welcome to their honored^and able leader who is our guest^this evening. The circumstances^do not permit of any lengthy re^^marks, and the viewpoints of the^labor question are so many that it^is difficult to say which would be^the most useful ...

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

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUSTS 1905. AnotherLetter^on Berger Case Milwaukee,Wis.. .Inly 20, 1905. ComradeEditor: On In-half of^the Wisconsin members of the So-^cinlist Parly. I wish to snhmit a^few words npofl tlie referendum^which is about to be submitted to^a vote of the party This referen^^dum calls for the removal of Com^^rade Victor L. Berger from the^National Executive Committc. and^the expulsion of the Wisconsin or^^ganization, unless we apply for^and accept a charter. Wehirpe that the members of theSocialist party will vote ^no^^upon this referendum. Wiaeoo- sincomrades have spent many^years of hard work and many^thousands of dollars and have dis^tributed tons of literature to build^up their movement. We do not^believe that the Socialists of^America will wantonly destroy^the results of so much labor and^sacrifices. Wehave a splendid proletarian^organization in Wisconsin. The^firm foundation of this movement^is shown by the fact...

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

2 MONTANANKWS, HELENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NKWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. JM v\ AI CMEditor fvnd .n. WAL3H . . Publisher OFFICE2 2 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Enteredat the Pom Office for tran^nii^^ioo^through the mail at second cla^^ rate*. SUBSCRIPTION.$1.00 PER YEAR. drertininfRates made known upon applies^tlon 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. inthe same manner. Comrades let^us sell these press shares. You get^vour ten dollars back. You are out^nothing but the interest. But why^let this deal drag so long^ Will you^take a share at once^ Let us hear^from you. They must be sold. It^is necessary that we own our press^then this plant will be complete.^Will you help out^ Take a share. Moneyis needed at this end 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. — 2 August 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA GK CL0TMNG5 Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. harottfam^ver, if not before.^If every subscriber will just send^in three new names what a great^help to the cause. Whatsay you, comrades, are^you all in on it^ And then don't^stop, but let us make the fat man^at the helm catch his breath for^once. We cannot well do without^;i Socialist paper in Montana, and^editors are very much like white^men in this way, they can't work^long on wind pudding, or publish^a paper without paper and ink. Munyof us are busy these hot^days, hut harvesting won't last^long; neither will the hot weather. Yoursfor the earth and the^fullness thereof. J.WORTH QOOD60N. Correspondence Stevensville,Mont., July 27, 1905.^J. H. Walsh, Editor Montana^News: DearComrade:^We are having^a nice shower and it will be a^good time for me to do my kick^^ing^my friends say that this is^my failing. But, comrades, I...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 2 August 1905

4 MONTANANKWS, HK1.ENA, MONTANA Priest'sAttack on Socialism (Continuedfrom page 3) school,and at the same time should^be able to lay away something for^old age and sickness. The unskilled^workman might have these things^for six hundred dollars a year in^cities of from 5,000 to 100,000 in^^habitants, but in larger places he^needs more. This is only for the^common laborer. As the skill of^man rises, his wages increase and^his necessities grow. Menrave occasionally about cap^^italists makihg enormous gains.^Do they ever reflect on their losses^^Millions are sunk in new enterprises;^and if the experiment proves a fail^^ure, who sustains the loss^ Those^who put up the factory, all the diff^^erent mechanics, and all who work^^ed on it, received their wages: all the^money was expended in labor. We^all, undoubtedly, have been witnesses^of the failure of large business firms^that had given employment to many^for years, and had made families^comfortable and even prosperous.^The management of ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 9 August 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. Ptt.yYo\ir^Local DUES VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, AIJ0UST9. IMS. NO.47. Preambleand Constitution of the Industrial Workers oi *the World */* PEEAMBLE Theworking class and the employing class have nothing in com^^mon. There can he no peace ho long as hunger and want are found^among millions of working people and the few, who make up the em^^ploying class, have all the good things of life. Betweenthese two classes a struggle must go on until all the toil^^er* come together on the political, aH well as on the industrial field,^and take and hold that which they produce by their labor through^an economic organization of the working class without affiliation with^any political party. Therapid gathering of wealth and the centering of the manage^^ment of industries into fewer and fewer hands make the trades unions^unable to cope with the ever-growing power of the employing class,^because the trades unions foster a state of things which allows one 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. — 9 August 1905

MONTANANKWS, HELENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. lSSl'KI)W KKKI.Y. J.H. WALSH Editor*%.nd^Publisher OFFICE22 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Cateredat the Poat Office for tranamiaaion^through the mall at aerond claaa ratea. SI'BSCRIPTION.fl.OO PER YEAR. AdTertiaingRatr* mailt- 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^postofhces, and our reade r s^can assist us greatly in prompt-^^ 1 ly notifying this office of the ^^jj same. ][ t*TRADES [}y^COllNCll CLASSCONSCIOUS MINISTER Rev.Geo. E. Littlefield of Mas^^sachusetts gave the following rea^^sons sometime ago for being a^Socialist: First:Socialism means econ^^omic security to every worker; sub^^stituting co-operation and equal^opportunity for competition and^class privilege. No^ dividingup,^^as the ^Standard Oil crowd^ does^it, no drones, ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 9 August 1905

MONTANANEWS, HK1.KNA. MONTANA GK CLOTHING Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. Correspondence * AYoung Rebel. Sheis a southerner of course. She^lives at Maryville, Tennessee, and^her name is Mary Beals. She has^written the most exquisite contribu^^tion to American Socialist literature^that has come from the pens of any^of our young amateurs. The name^of her book is, ^A rebel at large.^^It is a gem, and should be in the^hands of every woman, (and man^too) who is interested in overthrow^^ing the hideous caricature of human^life that we call civilization. Therevolt of this young rebel has^none of the crudities with which we^are familiar in the agonizing efforts^of the American proletariat to scale^the sublime heights of Mt. Olympus^at a bound; We are glad the pro^^letariat has bestirred itself that it is^shaking its main and beginning to^growl. At the same time the ^poem^^with halting feet and cross-r...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 9 August 1905

4 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA (Continuedfrom page 3) ried. Ofcourse the action cannot be^called legal, but for the sake of^argument, let me assume that it^was for the time being. Iflocal Minneapolis is expelled,^is not the seat of S. M. Holman^vacant Iflocal Minneapolis is expelled,^is not the position of state secre^^tary vacantT Iflocal Minneapolis was ex^^pelled how could Rogers act as^chairman of the meeting after his^local had been expelled and he^was therefore not a member of the^Socialist party! Thereis no way by which, so^far as 1 can see, that any man can^hold office in the Socialist party^unless be is a member thereof.^Perhaps my views are somewhat^different from Comrade Lamb's^of Michigan. Anotherquestion. The state^executive committee could not is-^^ue a membership card to Com^^rades Nash, Holman and Rogers,^as members of the State at large^until after the local charter of the^city in which they live had been^revoked. Then they could not^apply for membership afterwards^...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 16 August 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. PayYour^Local DUCS VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16,1905. NO.18. Rockefellera^Heartless Thief Atrulv marvellous story of treach^^ery and duplicity is told of John I).^Rockefeller in his dealings with^James Corrigan, of Cleveland, by^Miss Ida Tarbell, in McClure's.^Says Miss Tarbell: Mr.Corrigan was one of the^many with Mr. Rockefeller, whether^he is building a corporation or deal^^ing with a friend. That is, the end^with him is not the completion of^a great idea, it is money. Take the^incident of his acquisition, in 1895,^of 2,500 shares of Standared Oil stock^which had belonged to one of his^boyhood friends, James Corrigan^of Cleveland. The tale is public^property, being all written in legal^document*. Mr.Corrigan was one of the many^enterprising young men who, like^Mr. Rockefeller, took advantage in^the sixties of the discovery of petro^^leum, to build up a plant for its re^^fining. He brought to the business^something even Mr. Rocke...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 16 August 1905

MONTANANKWS. HELENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.H. WALSH ffifiZE OFFICE22 PARK AVE. P. 0. BOX 908 Enteredat the Poet Office for transmission^t trough the mail at second class rates. SUBSCRIPTION,fl.00 PER YEAR. AoVertlnlna-Rates made known upon applica^^tion at this office. kVVWVWWWV*. 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. kVWVWWWWWWw TR A DEn COtTNCILfr ANAS5ININE EDITOR. Thisarticle is clipped from the^Joliet, Carbon county, Journal, in^which the poor ass that runs the^paper attempts to be smart: Amongthe time-killing diversions^furnished the Jolietites during the^past week was a snake show and a^female stump speaker of the Social^^ist persuasion. The first named gave^an exhibition Sunday evening an...

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