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

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA International Movement. NewsyNotes of World - Wide^Socialist Activities. Odessa,March 4.^ It is announced^from Ht. Petersburg that Kmperor^Nicholas has pardoned Kx Lieutenant^Schmidt, who commanded the Russian^cruiser Oetchakoff during the mutiny^^t Bebaatopol and who was recently^swatenced to death by a courtmartial. Addressingthe court before sentence^wm passed upon him, Lieutenant^Schmidt said: Iwill believe that my pillory will^be the frontier post separating old^Slavish Kussia from new free Russia,^if I could buy Russian freedom with^the most terrible death, I would die^smiling. Thisnoble patriot of the revolution^is the man whom the Russian admiral^^poke of as ^an incompetent and^worthless fellow. 8BCRETCONFERENCE OF SOCIAL^^ISTS. Asecret meeting of socialists at the^SMidence of J. (i. Phelps Stokes, Nor^tea Point, Conn., for four days during^^he week, was reported by the Asso^^ciated l'ress. It is said to Ik* the fe-^amlt of invitations sent out f...

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 March 1906

s MONTANANEWS, HEI.KNA. ONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. Own**and Pnbllah** by the Socialist^Party of Montana. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICE12 PARK AVE. P. ^^. BOX 908 Cateredat the I*o^t Office for transmission^through the mail at second class rate*. AdvertisingRate* made known upon applica^^tion at tbi^ office. Addressall ^-ommiiincatioiiK and make all^^oner payable to the Montana New*. Directedby the Local Quorum of the Slate^Committee. BualnoaaManager. James D. Graham,^Strvte Secretavry. IDACROVCH-HAZLETT^Editor SVDSCRIPTIONS: OneYear^^ ^ 81sMonth! f^e Twocents tier copy In bundles up to M a NationalHeadquarters. Mahlon Barnes. Sec^rwtary. Room 300-302. Boylston Kldg., Dear^born St.. Chicago. III. StateHeadquarters, Jas. D. Graham. S32 I St.,^North. Livingston. Mont. TRAf^sfr^COUNdj inprotest agoinst their crimes^against the working class. Inyour smug way you taunt^the working man with ^Who is your^leader^^ Hut you forget it is your^leaders who constitutes the danger^which threatens the world to...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 March 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA TOIABOR. BYCHARLOTTE PICK KINH-BTETSON. 8hall you complain who feed the world.^Who clothe the world, who hoaee the world^^Shall you complain who are the world,^-Of what the world may do^^Aa from this hour^You u*e your power.^The world mum follow you. Theworld'! life banc* on your right hand.^Your utroui right hand, your skilled right^haad: Youhold the whole world in your band.^See to it what you do. Ordark or light. Orwrong or right^The world I* made by you. Thruri^e aa you ae'er roue befor, nor hop^-d be^^fore, ordared before And xhowa^ waa ne'er ^bnw^^before Thepower that Ilea in you.^Stand all aa one^8ee juatice done^live, and dare and do. Women'sClubs STATUSOF WOMEN UNDER^CAPITALISM Beforeone can understand wo^man's status under the co-operative^commonwealth, it is necessary to^understand women's status now.^On account of maternity, women^are unable to maintain a foothold^in the brute competitive struggle for^existence. Men do the industrial^work of ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 March 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA HeWouldn't PrintIt- OurOrganizer Replies to Attack of Capi^^talistic Editor But Manuscript^Is Returned. organ17.r M E. King had a tilt with^the editor of the Stevensville Tribune^m a result of certain un-capitalistic^principles that he uttered in Stevens-^^ills which didn't set ^ well on the^stomach of the editor. After Comrade^King left Stevenaville the editor in^^dulged in the following criticism, which^elicited the appended reply which for^reasons best known to the editor the^latUsr refused to print:^The Attack. MurrayE. King, a lecturer on^socialism, addressed a small audience^at Lewis' hall on Monday and Tues^^day evenings of the present week in^which he outlined his plan for the^people to own the trusts. Aside from^a few followers along the line of his^theory as to trust regulations his argu^^ment utterly failed to convince many^of those present as to the correctness^of his version of the situation and the^remedy to be applied. Public owner^^ship o...

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

MONTANANEWS, HELENA. MONTANA State Department Aqueer ca^e of ^oversight^^^ wines to our attention from the^Lewistown postoffice. Not long^since we received a postal card from^the Lewistown postmaster inform^^ing us that W. M. Bennett refused to^take the News from the office. About^the same time we received word^from Comrade Bennett asking why^he was not getting his paper. We are notalways to blame. ^ ComradeA. C. Young writes^-from Belt: ^In regard to helping^defray the expense of distributing^the News, it is hard for us as we^have had no place to meet until the^last month, so our local has not^done much as yet. But now we^have the hall rented where you spoke^for five dollars per month. So we^have the hall and if any speaker^comes we have a place for him pro^^vided he comes on our meeting^night, Thursday night. We have^no election except for school di-^Tector but would like the paper scat^^tered around. ^ ComradeWm. H. Pierce of Lo^^cal Butte, says that the local took ac^^tion on th...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 March 1906

s MONTANANEWS, 11KLKNA, MONTANA TheNew Spring Goods Are Rolling In BILLOWSOF NEW SPRING WASH GOODS Inbillowy waves the new Wash Goods for Spring are rolling in. This season styles will hardly be a more important con^^sideration than price. With raw cotton higher priced than it has been in the present generation, you will find that wash^goods cost more this year than last. But for all the advances in cotton and all the other excuses that other merchants make^to extort the highest possible prices, you will find the prices here as you have always found them lOto 30 Per Cent Lower Than at Other Stores. s THELATEST IN Ladies'Ready-to-Wear Garments LADIES'WASH WAI8T8, made from percale and galata, in stripes,^new slevees, good houae waieta; worth 65c,M Qn gofor;rV**V WHITELAWN WAISTS, good regular cut waiata, good full sleeves; the^front ia finiahed in plaita and inserting; good valueaA Qp at75c, for this sale WHITEOXFORD WAISTS, very deairable patterna, made with four^plaita on each aide...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 March 1906

Votefor the Party^of Your Cl^s MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOLIV. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH II. 1906. NO.26 ButteMuni^^cipal Ticket SocialistParty of That City Elects a^Ticket and Adopts a^Platform. BUTTESOCIALIST TICKET 1st.2nd and .ud Wards Left^open to be filled by central^committee. 4thWard Oscar Stenberg. 5thWard Harry A. Sager. 6thWard H. L. Maury. 7thWard Jerome B. Savage. 8thWard W. H. Pierce. TheButte socialists held their^convention on March $th at their^hall on the top floor of the (^^sley^block to nominate alilermanic cand^^idates. A large crowd was in at^tendance. The convention made^no nominations for aldermen for the^First, Second and Third wards, de^^ciding to allow the city central com^^mittee to select the nominees. Thefollowing is the manifesto and^platform of the Butte socialist party MANIFESTOOh THE SOCIALIST^PARTY Whereasall governments as now^constituted and conducted have in^view hut ...

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 March 1906

I MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA *^* BUTTE SOCIALISTS Kclitedby the Butlo Socialist Local FEIENDS OF LABOR.^Ami you may also nAmI upon the .fact that aftoi lh.^ workorH in the ag The working dnss const itutes tin-^i^-*;:*t^^ have .lour the labor of Kutte jreatbulk of tlie population of Buttofor 10 yearn, they have mad* others andthey cast the greatest numl^er ofrich, ami thosi votesami si ill they possess no re|^reson^tat ion with power in the City Council,^why is it tluisf Itis because they have chosen to^waste their votes in the securing of^public office for the ipiestionablc^^friends of labor.^ instead of casting^their votes for men, who like them^^elves are a component part of the^working class; and who have M inter^est in public affairs which :irc with^their own identical. Everypolitician who has ever turned^his servile throat to the gaping voters^has announced in patriotic platitudes^his friendship for the working class,^and upheld bombastically the dignity^of the sons of toil. ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 March 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA ClarionCall to theRescue. NationalSecretary Calls All Socialists to^Immediately Prepare to Save^Mine Owner's Victims. Chicago,III., Mnrrli 6, 1906.^^^ the Locals anil Member* of the So^^cialist Party^To the Working Clacc^cot yet in ail or restrained by in^junctions^Greeting)):^The cImm war Is on In America as In Bya foul conspiracy of the capitalist^I, Comrades Charles H. Moycr, Wil^team D. Haywood and (leorge A. IVtti-^kone, of the Western Federation of^Miners, have been kidnapped and^secretly transported from home and^friends, denied the usual civic rights^and are held in separate and solitary^confinement. Thegovernors of ^ 'olorado ami Idaho^have tried them and found them^gailty; every big and little detective^^^eluding the decrepit Me I'arland has^CCnvictcd them; the latter boasted they^would never leave Idaho alive The^capitalist press having already tried^and condemned them, calls upon all la^bor organisations to denounce them as^criminal*. TheAnsw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 March 1906

MONTANANEWS. HE1-KNA. ^)NTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. Ownedand PnblUh*4 by the Soolallat^Party ^/ Montana. ISSl'KDWFKKI OFFICE2 2 I'AKK AVE. P. I^. HOX908 Enteredat the Poat Office (or transmiaaiou^through the mail at second cla^* ratea. AdvertisingRate* made known upon applica^^tion at thin office. Addressall communication^ and make all^^oner payable M I Ik- Montana Ncwu. Directedby thr Local Ouorum of the State^Committee. BualneasManaaer. Jamoa D. Graham.^Stexte Secrettvry. IDACROVCH HAZLETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneYear SlaMentha Twocent* i^er copy in bundle* up to 500 NationalHeadquarters. Mahlon HarneH. Sec^^retary R.smt ^MM hrMM Hldir.. Dear-^worn St.. Chicago. III. StateHeadquarter*. Jan. I^. (iraham. 5.11 I it..^North. Livingston. Mont. TR APE S (Pffgy) CQ^CjLfr onthem alone will rest the conse^^quence. Laborin America is awake, and^no longer proposes to be slaughter^ed like vermin ^to make a Roman^holiday,^ or a mine owners' holo^^caust. OURANSWER. Themeetings that have been held...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 March 1906

i MONTANANEWS,, I! KI.KNA. MONTANA Women'sClubs Statusof Woman Under^Socialism Withthe passing of capitalism,^the necessity for women's depend^^ence on men for a livelihood passes^away. With the coming of social^^ism, women become economically^independent in so far as they choose^to prefere independence to the sex^^ual sale of themselves for a liveli^^hood. AnImportant Point. Thisis an important point and^should be well understood. In the^first place, in what way does social^^ism make women independent^ So^^cialism makes women economically^independent of men because it es-^ablishes a condition wherein. First,Co-operation. Second,The unlimited right of^self employment. Third,A voluntary and natural^division of work and, Fourth,Normal and happy labor^will take the place of.^First, Competition. Second,Absolute dependence on^an employing class for work. Third,A forced and unnatural^division of work, and, Fourth,Knslaved and suffering^labor. Underthe last named of these^conditions woman,...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 March 1906

f MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA GreatFalls Socialists. Mrs. HazlettLectures on Primary Law^Defenders Challenged But Fail^To Respond. Itia safe to say that in Grout Fall*^the socialist MVMHal has swung into^^ well (founded factor of the strenuous^work of the revolution. The comrades^axe awake there. They are in earnest.^Whatever they do is done right and^goes through with a rush. Last fall^Mr*. Hazlett held the finest series of^^eetings there that had ever been held^ia Montana. A large store building^^n the main street hud been rented,^and for five nights whs filled to over^^flowing. Fifty-eight dollars in collec^^tions was taken and a large amount of^literature sold. Last week arrange-^aients wen- again made to have Mrs.^Hazlett give a series of meetings. The^^ami' hall was engaged, and both nights^it was filled to overflowing. Struggleof Labor. Thefirst night Mrs. Hnr.lett spoke^^n ^Epochs in the Struggle of Labor.^^8he gave a history of the Paris com-^nune and its outrageous misrep...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 March 1906

MONTANANEWS, HKI.KNA, MONTANA 7 State Department ComradeRyan of Havre sends %i forconstitutions. ^ GreatFalls got one dollars worth^of constitutions, 34 for one dollar.^Every local should have one for^each member. o ^ ComradeMabie left Wednesday^lor his home at Chico. We pub^^lish his report of work for the Mon^^tana News this week. He has re^^fused to take anything for this work^except his actual expenses. He^^tops to work at Chestnut and Boze- manon his return. ^ TheApril issue of Wilshire's^Magazine will contain an article on^the primary law. As Wilshire's has^a large circulation in this state, so^^cialists should order bundles of this^number and see that they are well^distributed throughout the surround-^^ng community. ^ Mr.Burke, who had the control-^ing interest in the Red Lodge Ga^^zette, a paper which supported the^Socialist party, has sold it to Sena^^tor Meyers, a republican banker at^that place. These are some of the^things in favor of a party owned^press. ^ Whilethere ha...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 March 1906

MONTANANKWS, IIKLKNA, MONTANA WEINSTEINCO. WEARE ENTERING ON A SEASON of fast and furious merchan^dining, made necessary by the tremendous shipment of new stock which^has arrived, and is to arrive in the next six weeks. Under the reorgani^^zation of the firm new methods, new ideas, and a new system la to be In^^augurated, namely:^* systematic onderpriclng In each department of high^class merchandise. Follow closely the advertising of this store In the^future; it ii convincing. :::::::::::: WEINSTEINCO Shoe News, Spring Oxfords, Champagne, Brown, White and Confederate Gray Colors 1 ** si^s I1 ii 8ic Oxfords. C.llltIt' ll 12)c EARLYSELECTIONS IN DRY^GOODS AT BARGAIN PRICES. LOTL* Consulting of White Plaid^Nainsook, Jaconets and Lawns;^worth 10c, per yard ^srV LOT 3^Consisting of White India^Lawns; worth Lie,^per vard LOT 4^White Madras and Oxfords,^for costumes and waists, beautiful^mercerised stripe; worth^25c, per yard Mgyards Light 3-4 Percales, with^white ground, neatO l figureand...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 March 1906

Votefor the Party^of Your Claea MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^tal i*t System VOLIV. HKI.KNA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH *L ItMifi. No.l^7 Ceaseto ^ ^re for Tyrants and Exploiters and Vote Only Legitimate \lcket of the Work ingClass^Socialism or Ruin! Inhuman. Treatment TyphoidEpidemic Result of Gerry's^Black Hole of Calcutta^Men^Turned Out to Die. Thepublic investigation into the^causes of the wholesale epidemic^that has been the result of the al^^most unthinkable conditions at^Mauser Lake, is daily revealing ad^^ditional horrors to which the help^^less workers on the dam are sub^^ject. St Peter's hospital is filled^to overflowing with the typhoid pa^^tients. Over sixty are there at^present. Two tents have l^een put^up to hold the sick for which there^was no room inside. Overa Hundred Victims. Overa hundred altogether have^been at the hospital. At one time^pallets had to be put on the floor in^order to to take care of the victims^^f...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 March 1906

MONTANANEWS, HKLKNA, MOKTANA. *BUTTE SOCIALISTS ** * Editedby the Butte Socialist Local. the TICKET. Theeeare the candidates ^^f^Socialists of ltutte for Alderman: '3.Ward- -Mathias .laeobaen. P.Ward^Henry 8chmitt. 3.Ward^!'. J. Dwyer. 4.,WardOscar Sternberg. 5.Ward^Herman Quandt. t.Ward^-H. faillll Maury. 7.Ward^Jerome H. Savage. S.Ward^Wm. H. Pierce. ForSchool Trustees: LewisA. Van Hornr, Patrick Moran,^J^He Bromlcv. II. A Harton. FIGHTINGTHE SOCIALISTS. Abitter t'itflit is being waged in^Butte against the socialist candidates^for aldermen. es|^ecinll\ in the seventh^ward, which Comrailc Ambrose has so^courageously represented. Comrade^Ambrose holds over, and Comrade Sav^^age is the candidate for the position^^f his colleague. Comrade Ambrose^has had an interesting time with the^putrescent outfit that constitutes the^presnt council. True to the principles tnIkabout it was the limit. It com^plained because he went into ''disgust^^ing details,^ and called his report ^in^^sulting and...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 March 1906

MONTANANEWS, HKLKNA. MONTANA. HavreSocialists^Nominate Ticket Clearand Ringing Platform. Candidate*. ForMayor^B. H. Ryan.^For City Treasurer^E. K. Marcoe.^For I'olice Magistrate^.las. Lamev,^He. 9mAlderman, 1st Wartl^A. T.^Swhukoii. ForAlderman, 2d Ward^W. E. Ryan.^IW Alderman, 3d Ward^E. O.^Mills*. Platform: We,the Sofia lists of Havre, in fori^mention assembled, present to the voter*^^f the City of Havre our platform and^ehoice of candidates for election as city^^ffirials on April 2, 1006. Wedemand for labor all that labor^produces and in order to obtain this a^re-construction of society is necessary. Privateownership in the means of^production and distribution being the^^ne great barrier that prevents the^laborer from obtaining the proceeds of^^as toil, it is essential that it be re^^moved in order to bring about the^^^anticipation of the wage workers. Thelaborer possessing nothing but^am laboring capacity is consequently^at the uiercy of individuals who own^and control the means...

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 March 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. Ownedand Pol IliheU by that Spclallat^Party 0/ Montana. IMUBDWKEKI.V. OrriCF22PARK AVE. P. (^. BOX 908 Cateredat the Poet Office for tranemteeioo^through the mail at second claau rate*. IdrrtiiMinKalr^ made known uim^u applica^^tion at thin office. Addressall communication* and make all^loaey payable to the Montana New*. Directedby the Local Ouornm of the Stale^Committee. BualnoaaManager. Jamaa D. Graham.^Stekte Se.ire.trwv. IDACROVCH-HAZLETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneYear*, 0 laMonth! Twocents i*r copy in bundle* up to 5n0 NationalHeadquarters, Mahlon Barnes. Sec^^retary. Rtk^m 300-3(12. Boylxton Bldg., Dear-^kora St., Chicago. III. StateHeadquarters. Jan. D. Graham. 53J I ^t.,^North. Livingston. Mont. (JETIN LINE. Withthi^ approach of the sprinK eW^tion we fiml the strong ami WPHk^places in our organization in the var^^ious citii'h. 'Die locals that have been^meeting regularly and keeping up a^steady propaganda are the one* that^have n...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 March 1906

MONTANANEWS, HKLKNA, MONTANA. ITIS TIME. A.limn .wrcp* on we are cumins near Tot^'^ birth of the relf n of rl^hl.^We approach tbe Anal dlaaelroua wreck Ofthe brutal eyiitrm* of mitfal^The apectern of murder, and force, and a reed Willfade ae an evil dream.^Ant freedom and human brotherhood Willrule o'er the world unpreroe. Sublimela the nunrlee of liberty Thehill, of the future loom.^The empire of war and robbery laclose to Its final doom.^Though rich ^n plunder of lauds and Hold Inspite ol boasted power.^^Twill split on the rock of the K If In. of Man, And^^'^^! !^ strlklni the hour. Theman or the nation that llres by the sword Willdie by the sword at last,^for this Is the lesson of history Throughall of the blood stained past.^Go read the lesson on Tiber's banks. atscrawled In the mlnN gra\ |^Go con It over In fallen Spain | Thelaw la the same today. Goread it in England the piled up wrongs Ofa thousand years of the past.^She ha* sown the wind all over the earth Andthe whirlwind c...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 March 1906

6 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Helena Socialists. GreatCampaign Being Conducted^Actiye^Work Is Done by Party Members in^all Parts of the City. Votefor Fairgrieve, Our^Next Mayor of Helena. ALEX.FAIRGRIEVE,^Socialist Candidate for Mayor. Alex.PWllglls)**, sotialist candidate^for mayor of tin- city of Helena, was^born in Haddington county, pariah of^Ternant. Si otland, in 1863. His pa^^rents emigrated to America in 1866,^and aettlcil in Allegheny county, Md. HeMMI work in the coal mines fthat stiite at ten year* of age, and^thus hail a \ cry limited opportunity for^education in the public schools. He^joined the Knights of Labor in 1878,^and ever since has taken an active part^in labor affairs, holding almost every^official position in the Knights of TjS-^bor, from doorkeeper to Master Work^^man. He has resided for is years in^Montana. Ha helped to organize the^coal miner* of Belt into the Western^Federation of Mimrs. and served as^president for three consecutive terms,^being foMOsI t...

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