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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 October 1906

Votefor the Party^of Your Class MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.IV. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11 NO.54 LEWISA CLARK COUNTY SO^^CIALIST CONVENTION^Ths socialists of Lewis and Clarke^eounty met in convention at the News^office in Helena, Thursday evening, Oct.^4 Dr. Willett wu elected chairman and^H. Kain secretary. Comradea Prevoat^and Pieper were appointed a committee^oa credantiala. These reported twenty^delegates from different parts of the^eounty. Oomrades Kain, Rickert, and^Luehman were appointed a committee on^platform. They reported aa follows:^We, the committee on platform, do here^^by endorse the platform of Cascade eountyof the socialist party, and ex^^tend the credit for same platform to the^^ooirades of that county. Thefolowing ticket was nominated: Commissioners0 year term, H. Kain;^4 year term, J. W. Rose; 2 year term,^James Roberta. RepresentativesHerman Luehrman,^J. P. Kready, Heinrich Clause...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 October 1906

2 MONTANAMVWI, I1KLKNA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. Ownedand P\jbll^h*4 by tha Socialist^Party V ^man*. ISSIJRPWEEKLY. orrrcr22 park ave. p. o. mix 908 at^r^Hl .11 lb* P^^^i Olrii-e (or ir.in-.it. ^m^^n^(lirouvh the mail al mvoad . lass laws. AriTettUitvH^ri^ ma^U kanva m^^^ii a|^ali^^lion .11 On^ otlic,-. a.1.11 ^ ^n emaaiattlcatloaa a ad m.iw.-^^ou^r payable to On MnataMI Ni'Wk. all lieIns liehoM tl.*^ terror* and tli^ hor^^rors nf poverty ami misery till hi^ smil^1- liaiinti'd \\j^li tic 11. ami '^' '^^^ ^ever^in rr i'lijuy tlir l^-Hiitv of the atari, the MmUmfind the other !^!- of na^^ture. He pi es on to say that in the ao-^eiiilinl moveinent alone is there any ro.ii|Mnntion Of sitisfaction in living.^Wha' 11 sonfi'ssion lor a youiiff. tnlrntid.^once hopeful -mil to make one that^wanli-il to do. unit wa* ^Mc to do. mid^tiiel it-^ I e-t And yi-t. how every ar-^ti-t who Imm stiujfjled with a hitter en-^rironment ^ill roirxinil to the admit^^lea-^ni^rht Goebelin Idaho. Nutin mi I Or...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 October 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 9 ONLYWAITING.^By A. M. Stlrton. Iam waiting, only waiting, till the (lunger'spast and gone,^I've my eye upon your movement, andI'll join you later on.^Hut to lose my vote at present, itwould surely be ,* sin,^So I'll vote for Socialism when 1see you're sure to win. 1believe in Socialism^every word thebrotherhood of man;^And that industry should operate ona more enlightened plan,^1 hut would give to each his product thatwould make each worker free.^And when once you're sure of winning youcau also count on me. 1belieev in Socialism every word youaay is true.^Men of common sense admit it- -there * nothingelse to do.^But. although your party's growing, still,for me, it's rather small.^Why not wait until it comes beforevoting it at allT Youshould get a better element atonce to take the stand.^You should seek the wealthy classei andget them to take a hand.^When they do, the men like 1 am willbe also coming in,^As we do in every movement whenwe see it's sure ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 October 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELKNA, MONTANA. MONTANASOCIALIST TICKETS KitCounty Clerk and Recorder^J. MadisonCounty StatoSenator^Robert Courtney. StateRepresentatives John J. Com-^^rfor.l, Adam Burris, T. f. Parker. SheriffIaaae J. Smodrley. Clerkand Recorder- Herinun Stokea. AssessorJ. P. Coinyne. TreusurorDavid I*liiIIif^t*. Coroner--Berry Kuntaon. CountyCommisioncrs ^ Six-year term,^Henry Stokea; four year term, Thomas^Bolton; two yenr term, William Peek. FergusCounty. Statesenator Arthur T. Harney,^Philbrook. Representatives Thomas Hayden,^Kendall; Hermann Schnick, l.cwistown. CountyCommissioners Edwnr.l Ai^^ken, Forest Grove, (0 year term);^Robert MeMillan, Maiden, (4 year^term); Levi II. Woody, Cottonwood,^(8 year term). hlrssT J. W. Nelson, Moore. Clerkand Recorder^J. W. Stoner,^Iiewistowii. \ssess.ir Owen McCube, Kendall. TreasurerB. F. Fulnier, Lewistown. Public Administrator^A. Sellers. SurveyorEzra Olsen, Kendall. Attorney A. K. Brinkle, Kendall. YellowstoneCounty. Senator-Adam F. Skirv...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 October 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELKNA, MONTANA. MONTANASOCIALIST TICKETS KitCounty Clerk and Recorder^J. MadisonCounty StatoSenator^Robert Courtney. StateRepresentatives John J. Com-^^rfor.l, Adam Burris, T. f. Parker. SheriffIaaae J. Smodrley. Clerkand Recorder- Herinun Stokea. AssessorJ. P. Coinyne. TreusurorDavid I*liiIIif^t*. Coroner--Berry Kuntaon. CountyCommisioncrs ^ Six-year term,^Henry Stokea; four year term, Thomas^Bolton; two yenr term, William Peek. FergusCounty. Statesenator Arthur T. Harney,^Philbrook. Representatives Thomas Hayden,^Kendall; Hermann Schnick, l.cwistown. CountyCommissioners Edwnr.l Ai^^ken, Forest Grove, (0 year term);^Robert MeMillan, Maiden, (4 year^term); Levi II. Woody, Cottonwood,^(8 year term). hlrssT J. W. Nelson, Moore. Clerkand Recorder^J. W. Stoner,^Iiewistowii. \ssess.ir Owen McCube, Kendall. TreasurerB. F. Fulnier, Lewistown. Public Administrator^A. Sellers. SurveyorEzra Olsen, Kendall. Attorney A. K. Brinkle, Kendall. YellowstoneCounty. Senator-Adam F. Skirv...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 October 1906

MONTANA KBW8. HELENA, MONTANA. ForA Greater Montana News Doyou want an eight page ^MONTANA NEWS^^ We will know your answer by the number of subscribers yousend in. MontanaNeWS Weekly, $L per year, in Clubs 50 Cts per year Mnt^r^^ News Hulfin. Mont Agant SheWho Is to Coma (CharlottePerkins Stetaon.) Awoman- in ao far aa she beholdeth Herone Beloved's face;^A mother^with a great heart that en-^foldeth Thachildren of the Race} Abody, free and strong, with that high^beauty Thatcornea of perfect uee, ia built^thereof Amind where Reason ruleth over Duty,^And Juatioe reigna with loves Aaelf-poieed, royal aoul, brave, wise^and tender,^No longer blind and dumb;^A Human Being of an unknown splendor^Ia she who ia to come I From ^In This Our World. anda fuller life, dumbly wondering why^ao muoh of the drudgery of the world^has fallen to only one pair of hands to^do. In the United States there are over Theland will probably be the hut of^the means of production to be brought^under collective uae...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 October 1906

Votofor tb^ Party^of Your Class MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOLIV. HELENA,MONTANA, ThTRSDAY. OCTOBER 1^ 1906. NO.55 Billfor Direct^Legislation HouseBill No. 286 a Delusion and a SnareInsult to People^Vote it Down Stonewall- cannot a prison make,^Vor iron bars a cage.^^The struggle for lilterty, as well aa^the struggle for existence, has been the^paramount issue in human society ever^since the foMOstst ion of history, and^will cont inue to be through all the^whirling cent in ies. Step by step the^masses have secured what little liber^^ties they now possess in spite of the^gantests of the ruling I'ln-tcs. There in^^ot an in-iaii..' in the evolution of the^human rare where the rulers have ever^conceded anything to the governed of^their own volition. There are many^instances, however, where the rulers^hare granted certain liberties to the^people, but not until they found them-^eelvree in a position where necessity^and ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 October 1906

2 THEMONTANA NEWS. Owned^nd Published by the Socialist^*rty or MMMMV isst'EDWEKKl.Y. OFFICE22 PAKK A\ F. P. ^). HOX 908 Katetedat the I'nM oflire for transm.Mioa^tbrongh (lie- mail at arcond . ^.^^- ^ .^^^^ AaTcrtiningRatr^ made kmmi upon applica^^tion at thiaol Addrroaall communication* and makr all^aaonej payable la Hal Montana .Wwk. Directedby the Local Quorum of the State^Committer. BusinessManager. Jamea D. Graham.^Stexte Secretavry. IDACROUCH HAZLETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS OoeYearfl.un SixM0111 li- 50c Twocents per copv in bundle* up to 500 NationalHeadquarter*. Mahloa Rarne*. Sec^^retary. Room 300-302. Boylaton llld(.. I'.ar^tors St., Chicago. III. StateHeadquarter*. Jat. D. Graham. Secre^^tary. 22 Park Arenue. Helena. Mont. TRADES Ifflgyi COUNCIL StateSocialist Ticket FORCONGRESS-^JOHN HIDSON of Carbon County FoRASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF^THE SUPREME COURT H.L MAURY of Butte Imlanr-eof power. By the democrats^making tlir (lunch an issue it would in^^sure the Mutinous fOttag solidly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 October 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. I JACKLONDON AT YALE 'I In- spec! nclc i.l .111 avowed socialist, I t i^ hi un- in nil lettM*. On the moi lin;: one^it tin- neat conspicuous in the coun^^try, stumling upon the philluiin of W ool^M) Hull uud hoes'I J advocating his dM^tunc* ul levolulioii vvus u Might for gods^and nn-ii.^ This ih bow the Register bo^giliH Ita cditoi ml. We could not do bet^tel. It vvus just that but it wan more^than thut it wan a sign ol the times.^I'^'^|^!^^ arc still u-.king, 'How did he get^in! itis the pni|ioM' ul iLi-, ikatah in ii ii lh New lla\eu local, I iiiMtvd Cuim.idc^1 .ondon to eonie to New Haven. Ilia^calendar was lull. His liuie was lim^^ited there was a great demand for bini.^Nevertheless, be cut out several smaller^engugeuieiits both ul a public and per^sonal nuluie and gave to Connect icui^Juuuuiy ^2tilb. AllNew Haven theater* and balls^were engaged lot thai night. We tried^them all and failed. A small one-borse^thing ot a dame nature was going on in^W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 October 1906

MONTANANEWS, HKI.KNA, HONTANA. State Department ComradeRenueker sends in $l.'2fi dues^from Forsyth. ComradeKoltrud of Basin stepped in^and Ml liia sub. uini.i'If CMsMM ^^: (ileal falls made^a cull at tin- News office while in town. ComradeInM ul Harlow ton writes^that they are going to do something^t here. ComradeKucera ^t Winston stepped^into the ^Hiiv the other day and left 3^sub*. about$24 more n week .but extra tuba,^job work and advertising will do it.^Hearty financial co operation will give^K^io^l results ut the headquarters of the^Molilalia socialist party. MM*for Vail's ^Socialism and the Ne^^gro Problem.'' It is Montana Newa^print, and is a most valuable little book^^let for propaganda purposes. Tt has a beautifulsocialist red cover. andthe *tat* it not in shape to carry^the expenses of the propaganda. It is a^shame to leave these fields untouched,^but there is uo help for it in the present^condition of the party. CaWfcaacounty has arianged a vigor-^mi* campaign, which will...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 October 1906

MONTANANKWS, HKLKNA. MONTANA. Cryof the Childrea. Hv Kli/.ahcth Barrett Browning. ln you hour the children weeping O,^my brothers T Theyarc weeping bitterly.^They are weeping in the playtime of^Um others Inthe country of the free.^They look up with their pale and sunk^^en faces, Andtheir look* are sad to see.^Kor the man's hoary anguish draw and^presses Downthe cheek* of infancy^^Your old Karth.^' they *ny. ^is very^dreary. 'Ouryoung feet.^ they say. ^are very^weak. For ^Oh.^ say the children, ^we are^weary. Andwe cannot run and leap.^For all day the wheels are droning,^turning. Theirwind comes in our faces^Till our hearts turn, our heads with^pulses burning. Andthe walls turn in their places.^Turns the sky in the high window blank andreeling.^Turns the long light that drop* adorn n^the wall. Turnthe hlack flies that crawl alon^ theceiling.^All are turning, all the day. and we with all. Allthe day the iron wheels are droaing.^And sometimes we could play. 'Oh.ye wheels' (breaking out...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 October 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. MONTANASOCIALIST TICKETS MadisonCounty. StateSenator^Robert Courtney. StateRepresentative* John J. Com^erford, Adam Hnrris, T. .T. Parker. Sheriff Isaac .1. 8modrley. Icrk and Recorder Herman Stokes. Assessor Pi t'oinyne. Treasurer-David Phillips. Coroner Kerry Kuril son. ComityCnmtnisinners^Six-year term,^MmtJ stokes, tour-year term, Thomas^Bolt.01; iwo year lerm. William Peck. FergusCounty. St;t.- maatssT Arthur T. Harney,^Phillirook. RepresentativesThomas Hayden,^Kendall. Hermann Sehniek, Lewistown. Ceantvt'ommissioners Edward Ai^^ken. r.ucHt Orove, (6 year term);^Robert McMillan, Maiden, (4 year^term): Levi H. Woody, Cottonwood,^(2 year term). Mffifl J. W. Nelson, Moore. 'lerk and Recorder^J. W. Stoner,^I,cwistown. Assessor Owen MeCabe, Kendall. Treasurer IV F. Fulmer, I.ewistown. Public Administrator^A. Sellers. Surveyor-F^.ra Olsen, Kendall. Attorney^A. F. Brinkle, Kendall. YellowstoneCounty. Senator \dain V. Skirving.^^Vptweatative Alfred R. Jens...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 25 October 1906

Votefor the Party^^f Your c las* MONTANANEWS. OWNRDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.IV. SELENA.MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER l^:^ L906. NO.:^^;. WORKERSSTRIKE AT TEE BALLOT M ForSocialism evnd the Lives of Your Brothersin Boise Je^ils. Dixon'sRecord^in Congress LaborHave Him on the List^Don't^Return Legislature to Send^Him to Senate Congressmanl,IVl^ i^ perambulating^the state telling the workingmen why^they should vote the republican ticket^^oaf i^ send republican men to the legis^lature to send him to the senate on the^aeoord he ha* made in the house. He^gives himself a flood recommend. We^herewith present the other side of his^Mcord the ^^ikin-Mian'- side, as held^^ p to the light by Samuel Gompere,^president of the American Federation of^Labor. We are not endorsing (Jumpers'^emmpaigus. but the expose of the trait^^orous action of a so-called representa^^tive of the people to twenty million of^workers, desirves to be heralded broad-^...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 25 October 1906

MONTANA HELENA,MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. rnastMia Pv.bllaho4 by th* S^^Party ^/ M^nun^. ISSUEDWEEK I. V. OFFKV 72 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 *_ fetteredat the Pout Office for traaam.aalun^throatb the mail at aacoad clase rata*. atvertiiinfRates made known onua applica^^tion at this office. allcommunication* and make^payablr to the Montana News. all ctedby the Local Qaorum of the Slate Vuein***Manager. Jam** D. Stasia)Seoratevry. Graham. IDACPtOVCH HAZLETT Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS! ChaaYear *^-oo LaMonth* 50c Twocent* per copy in bundlea np to ^0 NationalHradqnartrr*. Mahlon Barnes. Sec^^retary. Room 300-302. Boylaton KMf., Dear-^^orn St.. Ctaicaco. III. StateHeadqnartrri. Jaa. D. Graham. Secre^^tary. 22 Park Avenne. Helena, Mont. TRAPES feffj COJLuNCJL] StateSocialist Ticket FORCONGRESS-^JOHN HIDSON of Carbon County FORASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF^THE SUPREME COURT H.L MAURY of Butte THE WORKINGMAW IN POLITICS Americastands out pre cniimvjit Iy a*^the c^^tintry where the workingman is in^politics,...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 25 October 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. TheTraveler. L Tlievisionary child who sails Hisbout across the little bay.^In his imagination sees^lair shores that may be Italy's Andlooming, grandly far away,^A row of anthills may become Thesplendid, snowy Alps to him;^A stoue or two set there and there^lie views as oastlea or the square Wallsof a city far and dim.^EIGHT vbgkq Hethat within his fancy holds Noglad communion with romance^May journey down through English^lanes trrpast the vales the l^anube drains Orlook upon the hills of France.^Oi by the Adriatic's shore Ineager haste pursue his way,^Ami have no thought but of some plan^Throur/h wliirh to cheat a fellow mas ^rnii.ko Home daring venture pay.^S, It Kiser in Chicago Herald. Th*Kand school for the study of so^^cialism and economics was opened in^New York last week. The Socialist party has raised close to$4,000 for the defense fund of the^Western miners. Thesura of $10,423 has been raised by^New York socialists for the benefit of^he Russia...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 25 October 1906

4 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department ComradeI'liNtcr id lintte sandi ^^three subs. ComradeKeiman of the Butte Finnish^looal sends iu tt for stomps. CoturaJ*^. B. Jonas of Hjrmllton^sanda in $5.10. iut( and national due*. ComradeJensen sends in a Hit of^four subs from tlie eastern part of the^state. ComradeKntherford diopped in and^In ought ^2.50 worth of sub cards ComradeRom Pratton of Dean, can^^didate for sheriff of Csrlwn county,^sends in an order for 500 campaign^carda. Ifiottwork has been turned out^I lie jinst week than in any week since^the party took the plant, but lesa auba^have come in. LoralHillings will hold its next reg^MM meeting ^Vt. 27. at the I.abor Union^hall. They ran have the union hall Sat^^urday and Sunday nights ComradeKooney writes that he placed^H7^M '^ '^^^k Saturday, subject to^the order of Comrade Graham for job^work, advertising, stamps, etc. Weprinted 3,400 of last week's issue^and were a hundred short when we^went to make up the mail. Five ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 25 October 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. MONTANASOCIALIST TICKETS MadisonCounty SenatorRobert Courtney. StateRepresentativesJohn J. Com Oxford,Adam Burrio, T. J. Parker^Bneriff^Isaac J. Smodrley.^Clark and Recorder^Herman Stakes,^Anaoesor^J. P. Coinyne.^Treasurer -David Phillip*.^Coroner^Berry Kuntson.^County Commisionera^Six-year term,^Hoary Stokes; four-year term, Thomas^Bolton; two-year term, William Peek. Harney,Hayden, FergusCounty^State senator^Arthur T^Pnilbrook. Bepreoentaflves Thomas^Kondall; Hermann Schniek, Lewittown. ConntyCommissioners^EdwarJ Ai^^ken, Forest Grove, (8 year term); McMillan, Maiden, (4 ynar^i); Levi H. Woody, Cottonwood,^(1 year term).^Sheriff^J. W. Nelson, Moors.^Clerk and Recorder^J. W. Htoner,^L^wist..wn. AssessorOwen MeCabe, Kendall.^Treasurer^B. F. Fnlmer, Lewittown.^Public Administrator^A. Sellers.^Surveyor^Ezra Owen, Kendall.^Attorney^A. E. Brinkle, Kendall.^Superintendent of Schools ^ Mrs. rier yearterm, O. W. Doblna; few year^term, M. Klrehaer; two year ter...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 25 October 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEPRO I. ETA Rl A If METHOD. *-I. ugeneDietzgcn, the son of Joseph^Dietzgen, the great tierman thinker, has^written a remarkable, monograph, deal-^hog with the proletarian IWM the bour^^geois conception of the mind and the^world. Frne-^t I ntemiftn has translated^th* masterly anal v ~is. and it appear* in^the volume ft ^Some of the l'hilosophi-^caJ Works of Joseph Dictzgeii.^ The^following is ;i Mat synopsis of the ar^^gument of the exposition. Dieted!take- tlie work of Stirner,^the German savant, on The Individual^and His rtUfSI'tj^ ^l^er Finzigc und sein^Eipent mil i and compares it with the^magnificent theory ^ ^f understandim;^elaborated by Joseph In'etrgen concern^^ing tlie scientific method of research,^^timer is what is known aa an ^ad^^vanced thinker.^ He imagines that^since he has penetrated the illusions of^supernatural beliefs and exposed the ab-^sarditv of spooks and their supporters,^that he has discovered an impregnable^system of dealing ...

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

Vtj for the Party^of Your Class MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY Of MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.IV. helena,montana, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25 19* Y^Wj. \ \^0(b \o 9i mimi at the ballot m VoteDown the Direct Legislation Bill ItIs eic Fake^Beware of the Trap! ARepublican Rally at^Diet/, Wyo. Tin-republic in* held their tir^t rally^heri the l-'tli Congressman Mnndell wasthe ptinetaal niwte. fa spite of thefact tliHt tlie Imiul was hired t^^^draw :i i'i iwil tin- attendance wax -null. amitlithusia*tii was conspicuous by itsuh etui'. That t lie spread i^l -^ *-i 11 -^i^iti li:n caused I In- professional olliec-^aeekcr to -it ii|^ anil take notice wax^clearly shew here ehea Maaaell '!^ votedtwo t It it ^l-^ ^^l In- speech tn dis^rusxing what In' imagined was socialism.^He. I heflHi, iiim iin imI everybody pn-s cut(with powibl) Um repahtteaa Mail' date-I u ollice excepted I that lie knew^absolutely nothing .lUait socialist in^trilicx ami piiuc'plcs except th...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 1 November 1906

MONTANA HELENA,MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. Own*dand Published by th^ Soclallet^Party of Man tana. ISSUEDWEEKLY^. OmCt22 PARK AVE. V. O. KOX 908 ateredat lh* I'tmt Oflu-r for tranam.ssion^taroatrh th^- mail ^i ^r^-^nil class rates. AdrvrtisinaRaw^ ma.lo Un.iwd upon ai^i^lu-a tionat 'his office. Addressall BaMMBMtMttlMM ana make all^pa^ al^l.' to tin- Mi'iitana Npw^. Dlrn-tod^^v the Local ^.'ni^rnm of the Statr^tMBBlttee. BusinessManager. Jamaa D. stn. Secret^ry. Graham. IDACFlOVCH HAZLETT^Editor SVBSCRIPTIONS: OaaTearttm MaMonths 50c Tworent* BaratS* in bundles up to SO0 SOCIALISMA FID THE SLAVES. The^ est crn anion situation presents 11social phenomenon 1 ^f exocodinn; inter-^eat to students of the rise of the pro^^letariat, iliene union* of the Rattt)^Mountain region have aliown a distinct^apfrrcasbe feature toward their capi^^talist imIM. l^he greatest testimony^to the genuineness of this attitude is^the papal illeled paraatwl ion I lint has^followed these organizations from the^pre...

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