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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 16 August 1905

MONTANANEWS, HK1.KNA. MONTANA GK CLOTHING5 Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA.MONT. ButteMont, Aug. 10 1905.^The Montana News, Helena Mont. Gentlemen:Enclosed please^find money order for one dollar for^one years continuance of your val^^uable paper. Trusting you will re^^ceive the enclosed O. K. I remain.^Yours truly, O.STENBERG. Thereare one hundred unorgan^^ized places in this state. It will^take some money and work to land^them in the organized column. Correspondence TheMontana News. Helena Mont. DearSir: Enclosed herewith I^send you express order for $1 to^pay subscription on News. WM.POWERS. EverySocialist should read the^Montana News and pav for it besides. Anaconda,Mont., Aug. 12 1905.^The Montana News: Enclosed^find order for $3 for which send^the News to enclosed addresses.^Yours truly, C.C. MCHUGH. Haveyou done your duty in as^^sisting the state secretary in getting^into the new field for org...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 16 August 1905

4 MONTANA NEWS,HK1.ENA, MONTANA Rockefellera Heartless Thief (Continuedfrom page i) whichshould show the value of my^property. I want an accounting^showing the value of the property^^its surplus, etc.,^ and he added,^^When I have received the account^^ing asked for, I will then decide^whether to annul our last deal or^allow it to stand. Mr.Rockefeller's reply was plaus^^ible. ^The affairs of the Standard^Oil trust have been presented at the^public meetings held from time to^time at which meetings all share^holders had a right to be present. Asto surplus there was none, all^the funds have been paid out in div^^idends. Mr. Corrigan knew very^well how much a stockholder leaned^at the public meetings of the Stan^^dard Oil trust. He knew that ever^since the trust had been formed Mr.^Rockefeller's policy was to let no^^body know what was doing. Both^he and Mr. Rockefeller say that they^repeatedly asked in the years between^1882 and 1894 for accountings of^the property, and they had repeat...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 23 August 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS Pa.yYour^Local DUES VOLIII. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST28,1901 NO.ft AFew Points^Of Importance Theseparagraphs have to do with^people who think they are Socialists^and are able to help the Socialist^canse and do not do it. JinimieGraham, the Montana^state secretary, is putting up one of^the hardest fights a man ever made^to get Socialism taught in every nook^and corner of the state. The work^can't be done without money. A^speaker can do a star route stunt^and make money for the state organ^^ization, but the real work that goes^into unorganized places, and unex^^plored nooks where the workers are^trailing under the curse of capitalism^into the difficult places where the^company is watching every move of^the speakers, and the men are afraid^to be seen talking to them or to give^any money, expenses high and re^^ceipts low, cannot be done without^funds. Ihave nothing to say about those^who so love the revolution that they^are giving up their means...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 23 August 1905

2 THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSlr'h\\ KK.kl.V. J.H. WALSH Editor*vnd^Publisher OFFICE2 2 PARK AVE. I*. ^^. MMa fl ntrrcrf at thr Pout Office fur tranamiaaloa^t lire hi uli ill.- mail at m-chihI class rales. SUHSCKII'TION.fl.00 PER YEAR. AdrertisingRai. s made known ui^.in applica^^tion at tins nffice. 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^postoflices, and our readers^can assist ns greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. aWWWWI Whenyou want any thing in the^printing line send your order to this^office. Haveyou done vour duty in as^^sisting the state secretary in getting^into the new field for organizing. Thestate secretarv is looking for^contributions from you to assist in^organizing the unorganized places. TheMontana News wants a cor^^respondent in every Socialist local^in the state. See that you elect on...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 23 August 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA 6^ K CLOTHING Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. Correspondence TheMontana News, Helena Mont. DearComrade: A few days ago^I came to Minneapolis from Wiscon^^sin. I naturally intended to trans^^fer my card. To my greatest sur^^prise I found two Socialist parties^in Minneapolis, one organized and^another unorganized. Kach faction^calling the others traitors. The^fight seems to be brought up by per^^sonal affairs of the half-baked luke^^warm l'opulist-Socialist which com^^pose the unorganized faction. Whatseems to be the regularly^organized Socialist party explained^their side of the case to me. They^contend that it is a fight for prin^^ciple, and not a personal fight.^They declare that they are demand^^ing that the National constitution^should be enforced, and that fusion^and compromise should not be tol^^erated. I refused to join either fac^^tion until after I made an ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 23 August 1905

MONTANANKWS. HELENA, MONTANA SocialistNews From^National Headquarters Atthe Socialist primaries recently^held in San Francisco, 840 per cent^increase in the vote was polled. DftttUIii ^tan, state secretary of^Arkansas says in his July report to^the locals, ^ The national commi-^tee has adopted a new and splendid^system of reports from local and^^tate secretaries. I enclose to each^local t*o cards, file one away, it^will be a basis or starting point for^your next report. TheRights and Wrongs of Labor^^Epogramatic in style, ^Packed^with Facts,^ 10 cents per copy, ^6^per hundred, postage paid. ^El^^ementary Principles of Socialism,^^(.Italian), Just out $2 per thousand. Theinterest aroused by Comrade^Feigenbaum's successful tour has^resulted in increased orders for his^pamphlet, ^Workingmen Next,^^printed in the Jewish language, 5^cents per copy, 50 for $2. SecretaryKillingbeck of New^Jersey reports that the police and^press of ()range combined to stop^meetings under the plea of their ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 30 August 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. Pa.yYour^LoceJ DUES vol.III. helena,montana, wednesday, augustW, 1905, no.:^o. Operators9Lost^Strike Reviewed Sometime previous to the Creat^Northern^Northern Pacific tele^^graphers strike, the Montana News^asked me to write an article for its^columns, giving a detailed account^of the strike, in its different phases.^I, therefore use a letter written by^me to Comrade Warren of the Ap^^peal to Reason, on Augrst 7th, that^in my opinion, as a preliminary,^fits the case. The letter which is^self-explanatory, was addressed to^Comrade Warren, who cannot spare^the space for publication, giving as^his reasons, that it is not the policy^of the Appeal to enter into a discus^^sion of tactics in the Socialist move^^ment, further stating that he nave^space to two articles, written by^Comrade I)ebs and Simons on be^^half of industrial unionism. Com^^rade Warren has entered into an^extended argument, in his letters to^me, asserting that though we were^thoroughly ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 30 August 1905

2 MONTANANKWS. HKI.ENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NKWS. ISSl'KPM KKM.V. J.H. WALSH EditorAnd^Publisher office2 2 PARK ave. P. O. BOX 908 Enteredat the Pout OIHrt for trM^ml^nion^tIn.hi, 11 the nia l at sc-.ind rlaot. rate*. Sl'IISCHIPTION.UM PKK YKAK. AdTrrtiKingRat^^ Mil known uoon applica^^tion at thin .^(Hce. 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 carlesslv made at certain^postomces, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. DBOB Anothershare on the press was^sold this week. Whenyou want any thing in the^printing line send your order to this^office. Haveyou clone your duty in as^^sisting the state secretary in getting^into the new field for organizing. Thestate secretary is looking for^contributions from you to assist in^organi/ing the unorganized places. TheMontana News wants a cor^^respondent in e...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 30 August 1905

GK CLOTHING} Bearsthe Union I .-tin-1, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. Correspondence Kellogg,Idaho, August 27, 1905. DearComrade: I enclose $\ for^the Montana News for one year. I^am a member of local Chico, Chico,^Montana, and it was through Com^^rade J. F. Mabie that I have sub^^scribed for your paper. Yoursfraternally, E.J. LANGLOH. Areyou doing your share in as^^sisting in getting organizers into the^unplowed fields^ There are a num-^der of counties that a speaker should^be sent into at once. Sheridan,Wyo., August 29, 1905.^Editor Montana News: Ienclose manuscript and postage^stamps for some extra copies of your^excellent little paper. It has the^right ring and I wish it abundant^success. Fraternallyyours,^JOHN B. McNAIR.^P. S. If you wish to have some^papers distributed in Deitz, Carney^and Monarch 1 will look after the^matter. Surelythat comrade is one of the^hustlers that helps to make the So^cialist moveme...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 30 August 1905

MONTANANF.WS, HK1.KNA, MONTANA JardineRuled by ex-Convict (Continuedfrom pane i) caredthat they dare not show them^^selves I would like to talk to them^for a little while on Socialism. Fi^^nally about 75 people had the cour^^age to gather around, and sit in the^shadows. Both bosses were there.^I made as clear an explanation as I^could of the capitalist system of ex^^ploitation. They listened for an^hour and a half, but when 1 went to^sell some literature and take a col^^lection, they slunk away like mist^before the sunshine, back to their^alleys and byways, lest they should beseen talking with a Socialist. ^ Aldridge,a coal camp, ten miles^away, has been on strike for a year.^This is the only coal camp that is^affiliated with the Western Federa^^tion of Miners. On the last election^a majority of all the votes in the^camp was cast for the Socialist party^There they had the band out for the^meeting, and even drove up to^Gardiner to furnish the music there.^They are nobly resisting all...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 September 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. PayYovjt^Local DUES VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1905. NO.5L AReview on^Party Tactics Mymotto: There can arise no^honest difference of opinion except^from ignorance. Forward. Tothe members of the Socialist^party^you whom I have called com^^rades: I have seen your characters^undermined by immoral institutions^of capitalism, and these same in^^stitutions catered to bv so-called,^Socialist propagandists who still^further degraded you that, because^these institutions were fostered by^capitalism, it was useless for you to^resist their influence while the cap^^italist system was in force. I have^seen your reason vitiated by fabe^propaganda. I have seen you hyp^^notized by automatic catastrophic^reasoning which holds that because^capitalism is self-distructive Social^^ism is inevitable without the con^^scious action of the working class;^by that in the air, ^hurrah. Socialiststhat think we can organ^^ize industry without an industrial^...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 September 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.H. WALSH Editornnd^' Publisher OFFICE22 PARK AVE. P. ^^. BOX 908 '4^Catered at the Pout Office for tratnimiuion^throuuh the mail at iiecond claaa rate*. SUBSCRIPTION.J1.00 HER YKAR. AdvertixingRat^-^ made 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^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 [^^7fC0UNC7Lfr thoughtand quite stragetic in meet^^ing Socialist argument. During Mr.^White's discourse at the club rooms^he devoted nine-tenths of his time in^setting forth the effects of the com^^petitive system, keeping strictly on^the side of the Socialist fence. Hut^Mr. White's remedy to the Socialists^who were in attendance at the lec^^ture, seems the height of ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 September 1905

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA GK CLOTHING9 Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. Correspondence Butte,Mont., August 30, '05.^Editor Montana News: Possiblyyou may have met peo^people who call themselves Social^^ists, and who say they are ^just as^good Socialists as you are.^ Yet,^these Socialists do not belong to an^organization, or if they do belong^they depreciate the Socialist position^that there is a fierce class war in ex^^istence. They are people who hope^to inaugurate the co-operative com^^monwealth through the agency of^small business men, professional men^and sentimental capitalists. Ifyou have never met this species^of Socialists, you ought to get ac^^quainted with some of the Socialists^of Helena. 1At Great Falls, I found an affable^lot of earnest Socialists. They are^as hospitable a lot as this old earth^contains, and they realize that a^cruel, fierce, relentless battle rages^between the o...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 September 1905

4 MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA AReview on Party Tactics. (Continuedfrom page i) tionis caused by private ownersnip^which leave some without property^who must sell themselves to those^who own the property. Contrary^to all previous revolutionary classes,^the proletariat must direct its action^to the removal of barriers to the ac^^cumulation and concentration of^property in the hands of its enemy^^the capitalist class in order to re^^move the intermediate classes and^organize industry while it is organ^^izing its forces in such a manner^as to be able to take control of^industry when its organization is^sufficiently complete or capitalism^collapses, remove the capitalist class^and continue production without a^catastrophe. The bourgeois revolu^^tion was won by the individual^ownership of property, therefore^conscious united action was not ab^^solutely essential to its triumph.^But the working class cannot acquire^ownership of property until after its^revolution is triumphant (and not^th...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 September 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,1905. FamiliesRuined^By Rockefeller Byfar the best detailed story of^the great rebate robbery of the Stan^^dard Oil company, or at that time^the South Improvement company, istold in McClure's by Miss Ida^Tarbell, in her biography of John^D. Rockefeller. It is as follows: Beginningwith his famous ledger^^A,^ in which he kept his meager^accounts and the dimes he gave the^church, John I). Rockefeller became^a rich man. Peoplebegan to notice him. Miss^Tarbell tells the story in the July^McClure's as follows: By1870 he was a rich man; his^friends said he would go far. The^city histories began to pay him^profound respect. ^He occupies a^position in our business circles^second to but few,^ said the biog^^rapher in ^Cleveland Past and pres^^ent^ in 1869. ^Close application^to one kind of business, an avoid^^ance of all positions of honorary^characher that cost time, keeping^everything pertaining to his busi^...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 September 1905

2 MONTANANKVVS, HELENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. issikd wkkki.y. j.m. WALSH Editortvnd^Publisher office2 2 i'ark a vk. 1\ ^^. ho\ go8 Enteredal tlM Poal ofli,-,- fur traimmiiwioii^throuuli Hi'' mail at M*^MI clan^ ratee. OMCKIPTIOH,UM PM year. AdveriisinuKatft niaile known upon api^lica-^MM ai 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^post-offices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. WVWVW5 TR A DE S (ffijg ^j C OUNClLfr Theprinters 8-hour contest will^be watched with interest. TheAppeal to Reason fails to^publish its circulation of late. Must^be going down. Thelabor fakirs of Montana ap^^pear to getting pretty well mixed-^up among themselves. Fromall truthful reports ming^to this office, it appears that Labor^Day was pretty much of a universal^failure, ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 September 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 Billings,Mont. Aug. 27 1905. Mr.Editor: This is a reply to^circular sent to Local Hillings by^the Wisconsin state committee. Ata regular meeting of Local^Billings your circular of July 24 was^duly read as you requested prior to^balloting on the Crestline resolutions^and the following resolutions were^adopted: Resolved,that in the history of^Local Billings there has never been^presented so many falsehoods and^misrepresentations as is contained^in your circular, there not being^one point which could be sustained^by any Socialist, and therefore, we^reccommend that you purchase a^number of the A. B. C, of Socialism^published by Maily and Titus of^Toledo, Ohio, so that in the future^you can learn what Socialism is, and^not make such errors. Be it further Resolved,that a copy of these^resolutions be sent to the ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 September 1905

MONTANANKWS, HELENA. MONTANA FORRELIABLE DRY GOODS Withquality and Economy Blended as one GOTO SANDSBROS CO. Helena'sOldests Dry Goods House Beanie-CarterWhy So Quiet (Continuedfrom page one) Thecommon people produce the^wealth and go to jail. The Tom^Carters take what the common^people produce and go to the U. S.,^senate. Thisis an object lesson to the^common people, they elect these^people to office; they bow their^heads in humility before the terrible^and awe-inspiring strut of the slip^^pery Tom Carters and they deserve^what they get. Under Socialism^Tom Carter and his political shop^^lifters would do time elsewhere.^Wake up you slaves! ArticleRefused by the^Social-Democrat Herald EditorMontana News: Recentlythe writer wrote an article^for your paper which was published^in your issue of Aug. 9. A few^weeks latter V. W. Miller questions^my truthfulness relating to a per^^sonal matter, but ignores entirely^the main portion of the article^which is a recital of the existing^trouble ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 September 1905

Subscribefor^The NEWS MONTANANEWS. PivyYour^Local DUES VOL.IV. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1905. NO.1. SocialistWork^Around Helena Helenais having a small revival^in the Socialist ranks. Mrs.Hazlett came over from Ana^^conda on Labor Day to give the^address for the Trades and Labor^assembly. The joy over having a^Socialist selected as the orator was^considerably dimmed by the man^^ner in which the programme was^carried out. Theposters announced that the^speaking was to take place in the^auditorium at the end of the parade.^But the Socialist speech was side^^tracked. The parade started from^the Workingmen's club, and ended^there. Mrs.Hazlett was taken back to^the hotel and left till after dinner.^At two o'clock the band played in^front of the Auditorium but the^crowd was at the scene of the games,^and there was no towing them up^the hill to hear a Socialist. Infact they handed us a bunch^on the speech, and no mistake. It^it incomprehensible why certain^parts of the Americ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 September 1905

MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. issuedWEEKLY. OKKHK 2 2 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX Qo8 Enteredat the Po^t Office for tr^o^mi^^IOB^through the mail at second clan^ rate*. SUBSCRIPTION.Sl.OO PER YEAR. AdvertiningRateii made 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^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-^, i ly notifying this office of the ^^JI same. ] !^VVVVVVV^VVVVV^VVWWVW*5 TRADES (ffilgf) COUNcj wanta paper they can kill it. Me^ing party owned, it will give the or^^ganization many practical applica^^tions in a business way through the^use of the referendum. Inconclusion, let me say that it^is up to you; and remember there is^no string attachment to this offer.^The gift is to the Socialtist party of^Montana. VOLUMNEIV, NO. I. Withthis issue, and i...

Publication Title: Montana News
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