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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 January 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA FREEDOM'SBATTLE CRY. Wuare flahtlnv 'salnst the plutocrats, foar^hundred thouaaud strong. Shoutingthe battle-cry of freedom.^We will end their reign of peTerty. of plunder,^and of wroag. Shoutingthe battle-cry of freedom.^REFRAIN^Freedom forever! Hurrah, ahout hurrahs)^Down with the master, and up with the^cause! Andwe'll rally for the workers, we'll fight forbetter laws.^Shouting the battle cry of freedom. Weare voting la the Kaat and we're voting in^the West. snouting-the battle-cry of freedom.^We are fighting for our country and the cause^we love the beat. Shoutingthe battle-cry of freedom. Waare rising oa the hilltop, and riaing on the^plalu. Shoutingthe battle-cry of freedom.^We are thinking in the workshop, and thinking^on the main. Shoutingthe battle-cry of freedom. MAYREALS. NationalNews TheWashington county resolu^^tions relating to discontinuing the^Official Monthly Bulletin has been^indorsed, since last report by lo^^cals Finley ville and Char...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 January 1906

4 MONTANANKWS, HELENA, MONTANA v State Department LocalBillings sends in for a^bunch of five subscription cards,^and a sub besides. Hillings is al^^ways doing something. ^ ComradeMabie came in Wednes^^day night with a bunch of subs he^gathered up along the wajr. He^got in, in time to give us a talk at^the ^Red Sunday^ meeting, and as^soon as he struck the News office^pulled off his coat and went to work.^Comrade Nfabie was the speaker at theLivingston anniversary exercises. ^ Thatold war horse in Stevensville,^Comrade H. E. Woodruff, writes at^follows: ^Your letter about send^^ing Murray E. King to the valley is^at hand. We need a speaker to^make a thorough and prolonged^campaign. If the locals in the^county do not jump at the chance^offered them it is the strongest rea^^son why King or some one else^should come and bombard us in-^stanter. ^ MayBeals goes to work in Penn^^sylvania the first of March, and^may come to Montana later on.^We were all prepared for her, the^fund was raised...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 February 1906

Votefor the Party^of Your Class MONTANANEWS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.IV. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, FEBTARY 7, 1900. NO.21. Primary Elections SenateBill No. 79 Impedes Free Choice^of the People^Vote^It Down. SenateKill No. 79, establishing^^direct primaries in the various^counties thoughout the state of^Montana, is one of those ^safely^guarded^ laws passed by the last leg^^islative assembly that ought to be^embalmed and then placed on ex^^hibition on one of the walks leading^to the state capitol, as a monument^of the villany to which the ^repre^^sentatives of the people (^)^ always^resort when endeavoring to fulfil^their ante-election pledges to the^public. Direct^Promises. Priorto the last election, most^parties in the state favored direct^primaries, direct legislation, and di^^rect railroad supervision. The dear^people took them at their word and^sent them to Helena to enact their^promises into law. When they got^to He...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 February 1906

2 MONTANANEWS, HELKNA. ONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. Owntiand Pnbllshwl by the SooleUat^Party or Montana. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICE22 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Enteredat thr Post Office t^r traimmiaiiloii^through the mail at wound class ratea. AdTertlninsRated made known upon applica^^tion at thin office. Addrranall communication^ and make all^mono payableIs 111^- MnUM New*. Directed^^v the Loral Ouorum of the Slate^Committee. BusinessManager. Jamea 0. Graham.^Stevte Secretary. MRS.IDA CROVCH-HAZLETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneYear W 00 SixMonth* ** Twocent* |h t MM in bundles op to WO NationalHoail'iuartcrs. Mahlon BarneN. Sec^^retary. Koom 300-302. BoyUton Bids.. Dear^^born St.. Chicago. III. StateHeadquarters. Jan. D. Graham. S32 I at..^North, LiTiiiK^ton. Mont. ttTR APES \ntiS:'tj COUNCIL HOWTO BOOST. Weprint a communication of a^somewhat different sort from what^usually comes to the office. It was^sent to the secretary, and reads as^follows: Hopeyou will succeed in work^^ing up the local as w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 February 1906

MONTANANEWS. HK1.KNA. MONTANA EFFORT Toncm raise your voice (or freedom, Ifyou cannot wield the sword.^If the feet are slow and feeble, Tl.ledwith thunder* l^ the word.^It can face the coward bractart Withthe Imhtin'iiv flash of truth.^And lay hare the He of power, Withthe riant atrena-tb of youth. Thata wrong- ban proved successful. Iano reaaon it ahould live,^And 'tin duty calla to action. Audthe ang-ela weapons ^lve.^To a man who weigh* bla bonor ';ainat a party or a cause.^When be knows its life disgraces Nature'sjust and ri^-htcoua laws. Andto you who feel the throbbing* Ofthe miabty pulse of time.^There Is borne the clarions summons. Likea prophet's voice sublime.^Tor courageous men and manhood Whosegreat presence masses wait.^That they march forth from oppression Throughthe Red Sea waves of fate. Flnmthe weight of custom from you. Standerect and be a man^Dara to scorn the gold of treason Totruth's vast, uplifting plan.^Dare with avarice to grapple Thathaa robbed the i^eople'a...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 February 1906

4 MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA State Department ^ Thematter on ^Socialism and the^Negro Problem^ by Charles H.^Vail, whii h we have commenced to^run this week, will be printed in a^pamphlet as soon as it has been^published in the paper. Comrade^Vail's writings are unusually clear^and comprehensive, and a great^deal of information on the socialist^position can be obtained from read^^ing them. This pamphlet has been^out of print some time, but the^News has considered it worthy of^resurrection. Single copies 5 cents, 6copies 25 cent.;, 25 copies $1.00. ^ Thearticles by Max on Machine^Politics that have been running^through the News will be concluded^in our next issue. They are of^great value at the present time in^Montana when the state is cursed^by such fake labor parties and all^vile devices to beguile the vote of^the worker against his class interests. Weshall issue the articles in the^form of a campaign booklet. They^will have bright red covers, and sell^for ten cents apiece, 2000 ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 February 1906

Votefor the Party^of Your Class MONTANANEWS, OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.IV. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1900. no.n Indep| rvdent Farmer Ridiculedand 1 tploited by Parasites^That Fatten Off His^Product. SayMr. Montana farmer, rest^from your labors a minute and let^me have a word with you. It is not^concerning the welfare of your soul^and the chances of enjoyment in a^future would, but it is in regard to^the welfare of your body and the^chances you have of getting more^enjoyment out of this world here^and now. You have been working^too much with your arms and back^and you must be tired, so just sit^down with me and work a little^while with your brains and let us^see if we cannot figure out some^way to get a little more pleasure out^of life than we are getting at pres^^ent. Strongin the arms and weak in^the head^ is an old saying. Whether^that be true or not you have no^doubt noticed that the man who^works with hi...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 February 1906

MONTANANEWS, HEI.KNA, ONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. Owntdand Prtbllahod by the Soclalldt^Party or Montana. ISStHi\\ F K K 1 V. OFFICE22 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX Q08 Enteredat the Pont Office for transmisKiKu^thronvta the mail at second clan* rate*. adTrriiKinnKm- made known upon applica^^tion at thin office. Addressall commnnicationa and make all^Honey payable t^ the Montana New*. Directedby tin- Local Quorum of the Slate^Committee. BusinessManager. James D. Graham.^Sttvte Secretary- MRS.IDA CHOl'CH HAZLETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneYear fl.oo SixMonths 50c Twocents pet copy in bundles up to 500 NationalHeadquarters. Mahlon Barnes. Sec^^retary. Room 300-302. Boylston Bldg.. Dear^^born St., Chicago, III. StateHeadquarters. Jas. D. Graham. 532 I St.,^North. Livingston. Mont. TRADES IffiS^) COWClLfr ANOTHERINDUSTRIAL^MURDER. Thecoroner's jury which investi^^gated the recent dreadful catastro-^phy on the Northern Pacific road^has brought in a verdict that is^rather out of the usual. Theyhave place...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 February 1906

MONTANANKWS, HKLKNA. MONTANA I WHOIS A SOCIALIST WhoIn a Socialist^ It In a man^Who strives to formulate or aid a plan^To tx'ttrr earth'*condition!, It la he^Who. having^ earn to hear and eye* to nee,^la neither deaf nor blind when might, rough^^shod. Tread*down the prWIleg-es and right which Cod Meansfor all men. the privilege to toll.^To breath pure air; to till the fertile soil^The right to live to love, to woo. to wed^And earn for hungry mouths their meed of bread.^The Socialist Is he who claims no more^Than his own share from generous uature'a^^tore. Bntthat he asks, and asks, too that no other^Shall claim the share of any weaker brother.^And brand him beggar in his own domaiu^To glut a mad. Inordinate lust for gala.^The Socialist Is one who holds the best^Of all (lod's gifts is toll the second, rest.^He asks that all men learn the sweets of labor^And that no Idler fatten on his neighbor^That all men be allowed their share of leisure.^Nor thousande slave that one may seek his^p...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 February 1906

MONTANANKWS, HELENA. MONTANA StateDepartment ComradeMcHugh sends in a list^of six from Anaconda. The com^^rades here have bought and dis^^tributed considerable literature in^the last three months, and paid^#30 rent for a reading room. This^however, they have been compelled toabandon on account of expense. ^ ComradeSelby of Ft. Benton^sends in five subscriptions, and or^^ders the ^Origin of the Family,^Private Property and the State,^^by Engels. The comrades at this^point are noteworthy because of the highclass literature they study. ^ ComradeHagen sends in a couple^of subs from Judith. This is the^first entrance of the News in this^region. ^ ComradeRuhsamer of Chestnut^sends in an order for some state^constitutions. Of all things the^comrades should get these constitu^^tions and familiarize themselves^with their contents so as to know^the official position of the party and^avoid making breaks in regard to^party policy. ^ ComradeMcDonald of Lewis-^town local wants to know when we^can...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 February 1906

Votefor the Party^of Your ClaM MONTANANEWS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.IV. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1906. NO.23 LaborEnters^Parliament TheAwakening of the British Prole^^tariat^Class Lines Are^Drawn. WORKERSJAR LOOSE^FROM OLD PARTIES Forthe first time in the political^history of Great Britain, labor will^possess in the next parliament a^body of representatives numerically^powerful enough to influence the^councils of the nation; rendering it^no longer necessary for labor to de^^grade its dignity in the begging of^favors from the representatives of^capitalism in the parliamentary lob^^bies. For the future capitalism will^have to face an attack from the^forces of labor in its very strong^^holds, in the shape of an indepen^^dent labor party, pledged to sup^^port labor, on whom it relies finan^^cially for its support. ^Labor,^ as^the London Clarion says, ^is no^longer on the doorstep. Labor is^inside. Something wi...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 February 1906

2 THEMONTANA NEWS. Ownedand Published by the Socialist^Party of Montana. ISSUEDWEEKLY.^OFFICE 22 I'AKK AVE. P. 0. BOX 908 Enteredat the Post Office for transmission^through Ibe mail at HMai class rate*. AdrertlsingKates mail.- known mxm applica^^tion al til in office. Addreaaall communications .ind make all^monev payable to the HMHM New*. Directedhy the Local Quorum of Bat State^Committee. BualneaaManager. Jamaa D. Graham.^Stwte Se.-retn.rv. MRS.IDA CROVCH.HAZLCTT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneYear ^^^^ laMonth* ** Twocrnls i*t co|^^ in bundle* up to 500 NationalHeadquarter, Mahlon Barnes. Sec-^rrtary. Kis.ni 300-302. Boylston Bid*.. Dear^^born St.. Chicago. 111. StateHeadquarters, Jas. D. Graham. 532 I at..^North. luvintrston. Mont. MONTANANEWS, HELENA. ONTANA. AMALGAMATEDPEACE TheMontana copper war has^ended. The big fish has swallowed^the little fish. A whale has been^created which has swallowed the^Amalgamated Jonah^Heinze. The^curtain has been lowered. The act^portraying the Ml aggi...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 February 1906

.1 ABSTINENCE Abstinenceis, my rtVarrnt child. Tin-HiM. r of philoHophy.^We need to learn, whon money fail*. Tofa^t Willi equanimity;^To love a CM all wiae ami v^mmI^Ami live on faith ami i^urlty. Serveme (lie Ixiuillon, Madite. That's^rlaht. Ipreach on alistinencr to-nlsbt. Weneetl to be oouti nt with little. Keepournelvo* humble and austere.^A crumhof bread with the iiood Lord's hlessinii LeavenIxidy ana nil and spirit clear.^The stomach Is but what we make It; Kacesswonlil leave tin- coiihc leiu-e mar.^Haas me the chicken. Madue. That's^rlaht. Ipreach on abstinence to-night. Therine is a suihtAuous comfort. Whichthe ti01 ^i Uod lets some men win:^Bat water Is enough for virtue; (An apple was enough for sin:)^Aad wine is poison to our spirits.^A snare for us lo stumble la. Mycup of Bordeaux. Madge. Tliat.s^rlaht. Ipreach on abstinence. good tiisl -iilllles sometimes to see^The bread aad wine upon our board;^Bat frowns upon imported fruits. Hachcomforts we can ill afford.^Sach luxu...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 February 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA StateDepartment Atthe meeting last Wednsday night^Local Helena elected a campaign^committee composed of a member^from each ward, who are to issue^the call for a city mass nominating^convention of the socialist party,^and devise means of raising revenue^for the camdaign. The local arrang^ed to take 2000 copies of the special^campaign editions of the News for^four weeks preceding the election^It will cost them $100. but they say^they can scrape that much together^for a city election. Thousands of^copies of the city platform will also^be printed in leaflet form, and dis^tributed broadcast. A full ticket^will be nominated, meetings held in^every ward, and a campaign inaug^^urated that will make the capitalists^sick. A platform was adopted by the^local for presentation to the con^^vention. Those composing the city^central committee are Comrades^Luehman, Sproul, Wandell, Thetge,^Hughes, Inman, Baur. Theresignation of Rees Davis^from the Socialst Party was read...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 February 1906

Votefor the Party^of Your Cla^s MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.IV. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNKNDAY, KKBhTARY 2tt. 190ft. No. TheyWant TheSwag ButteWire Pullers Gravely Propose^to Cleanse City^And They^Didn't Smile. Therecent gambling revival in^Butte is giving the political derelicts^of the city a hope that they can find^an issue that will waft them into^office again. Adversity makes^strange bedfellows, and this is doubly^true of adversity in politics.^Slart the Ball. Theball was started by William^Scallon who wrote a very learned^opinion for the dailv papers to the^effect that gambling is illegal. This^was followed in a tew days by a let^^ter from Manager Wharton of the^Street Railway company in which he^said that his company will lose^^1500 per month if gambling is al^^lowed to continue. The next move^was to hold a meeting for the pur^^pose of forming an organization^that the instigators are pleased to^call a civic le...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 February 1906

2 MONTANANEWS. HEM NA. ONTANA. THKMONTANA NEWS. Ownedand Pitbllahed bv the Socialist^Party aj Montana. ISSIKIi WEEKLY. OFFICE2 2 PARK AVE. P. 0. P.OX908 Enteredat Ihr I'osi Office tor transmission^through the mail at sec. ^n^1 claan rate*. AdwtiKiunKales made known upon applica^^tion at Huh office. A.I.I1. all communication* and make all^^ont-y payable to the Montana New*. Directedby thr Local Ouorum of the State^Committee. BusinessMananer. James D. Graham.^Sti\t^^ Secretary. IDACROUCH HA/LETl^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneYear^'^^^^ S^ Months S^c Twocents per copv m bund leu up to .100 NationalHeail^iuartei*. Mahlon Harne^. Sec^^retary. K.sini 300-302. Boylston Bld^.. IVar^born St.. Chicago. III. StateHeadquarters, Jas. D. Graham. 532 I St..^North. Livingston. Mont. trapes L^R^JTb^eiaLTy theguard in Montana is poorly^equipped for active service.^ In^this connection from the same source^^omes the news that a regular army^officer has been sent to Bozeman to^instruct the college militia th...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 February 1906

V a * r MONTANANKWS, HKLENA. MONTANA %wvvwvvww^v^*^%vwvv LABORNEWS Thefollowing resolutions were^passed by the Hutte Mill and Smel-1^rermen's union in regard to the latest^mine owners outrages: Hutte,Mont., Feb^ 22, 1906. Whereas,A subsidized press,^without warrant of investigation or^truth, is printing in glaring colors^charges against the Western Federa^^tion of Miners and its members of^commiting many revolting crimes^committed during the past 18 years,^notwithstanding that the Western^Federation was organized less than^13 years ago, and since that time^its members have been persecuted^with these charges, have been tried^in competent courts of justice, and^have been acquitted of any and all^crimes charged against them: Whereas,I'inkerton detectives^have sworn to charges knowing them^to be absolutely false, and have^prostituted themselves for the $$o,-^000 offered a reward: Whereas,the Mine Owner's as^^sociation of the states of Colorado^ane Idaho and the executive admin^^istratio...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 February 1906

MONTANANKWS, HK1.ENA, MONTANA State Department ComradePiatt of Ravalli county^writes in regard to the primary law:^^if steps had been taken to oppose^the law on the first attempt to adopt^it by any county it might have re^^sulted in its entire defeat. Ravalli^county having voted in its favor, we^must make the best of it as it stands,^and my only concern is to have^unaminity of action by our mem^^bers in this county, and have our^work all laid out and settled by^referendum previous to entering the^primaries. I desire to enter two^candidates named for each office so^that there is need be no excuse of^^fered to put up any so-called social^^ist by non members. I voted^against the law because of the prob^^able trap that might be hidden un^^der its lawful appearance. The^only question involved with us will^be to find enough members that will^be legally entitled to an nomina^^tion. t ComradeRector of Monarch^writes: ^The News is doing good^work here in opening the eyes of^the farmers to th...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 March 1906

Votefor the Party^of Your Class MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.IV. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. 1906. NO.ft Important Conversion Dunne'sCommissioner of Public Works^Comes Out for Socialism^Says^Reforms Are Skin Deep. Chicago,March 2.^Commissioner of^Public Work* Joseph Medill Patterson^has tendered his resignation to Mayor^Dunne. The resignation was sent by^Mr. Patterson to Mayor Dunne Wednes^^day. Nothing was publicly known of^the resignation, however, until u copy^^tailed by Mr. Patterson at Washing^^ton was received by the City Press as^^sociation here. WritesDunne. Theletter written by Mr. Patterson^to Mayor Dunne in part follows: Itwas through a common belief in^the cause of municipal ownership of^Municipal utilities that I first became^acquainted with you and in this letter^^f resignation I desire to express pub^^licly just how my views on this sub^^ject have been changed. EnlargedViews. Theyhave not ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 March 1906

MONTANANEWS, HKUSNA, MONTANA StirringCall ToAction. LaborWarned to Prepare, and Capital^Warned to Beware, if Union Lead^^ers Are Murdered. TerreHaute. In.l., Feb. 19, IflOti. ^^Mover and Havwooil, I'ioneer Block,^Denver, Colorado: Heartyeonjrrat ulat inns upon the^latest move of Standard Oil. The g:\ng^of pirates who are running things out^there will next charge you with having^crucified Christ. The crimes they im^^pute to you they are guilty of them^^selves. You can appeal from the capi^^talist courts owned by these red handed^plunderers to the working class of^America. If they want an uprising,^they can have it. A million of re-^rolutionary workingmen stand behind^you and will be with you .it tin- finish.^Every fresh outrage they perpetrate^upon you to divert attention from their^own criminal guilt but hastens the day^of their doom. Down with the capitalist^system. On with the social revolution,^the day of emancipation is drawing^near.^Et'OENE V. I^EBBH. Fromone end of the country...

Publication Title: Montana News
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