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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 1 November 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. TheCapitalist Vampire.^By Geo. W. Downing.^(With apologies to Kipling.) Atool there waa and he went bis way (Evenaa you and 11)^And worked for a pittance ten hour* a^day (Asubsistence wage ie what we would^^ay) Butthe fool be called it a fair day'erpay^I Even aa you and 11) Ohthe yeara we waate and Mm teara we^waate Andthe work of our bead and bund^lioloug to the drones who did not know^(And we know that they never would^know) Andwould not understand. Afool there wan und hi* life he apent (Evena* you and I!)^Toiling and moiling with good intent^(And the drones they raked in every^cent) Buta fool must follow his natural bent^(Even as you and II) Ohthe toil we lost and the joy we lost^And the spendid things we planned^Belong to the robbers who take them^away (Millionewe make for the drones every^day) Andthey will not understand. Thefools were stripped to their foolish^hide (Evenaa you and II)^Which the drone might have been when hethrew them aside^(But ma...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 1 November 1906

4 MONTANANEW8, HELENA, MONTANA. StateDepartment Sendin Election Returns Promptly OnNovember 16 it will be exactly a year ^ince the Socialist Party of Mon^tana published the first number of Ita official paper. We shall put out a special^anniversary edition to commemorate the occasion. The comrades should see that^this is circulated broadcast, as it will show the growth and development of the^Montana Socialist Party. It will also be the beginning of the next campaign,^and we want to start it off in good shape. Euch local should order at least a hun^^dred copies. The price will be $1.00 a hundred in bundles. Get busy now and^show that the socialist campaign never sleeps. B.B. Ryan of Havre bends in a^bunch of six subs. Wehad a 10.000 run of cards for the^Silver Bow central committee last week. Billingsorders 1,000 campaign leaflets itli\ ellow-tone ticket on: ComradeBjorneby of Kalispell sends^$4, 92 for county leaflets and 92 for Di^^rect Legislation editions of the New*. I,ocalGreat ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 1 November 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. MONTANASOCIALIST TICKETS MadisonCounty. StateSenator^Robert Court**jr. BUteRepresentative*^John J. Com^^rfor.i, Adam Burrls, T. J. Parker. SheriffIsaac J. Smodrley. Clerkand Recorder^Herman Stoke* I J. P. Coinyns. Treaaurer David Phillip*. CoronerBerry Kuntaon. CountyCommisionera^Six-year term,^Henry Stoke*; four-year term, Thoma*^Bolton; two-yoar term, William Peck. FergusCounty. Statesenator^Arthur T. Harney,^Phllbrook. Representatives Thoma* Hayden,^Kendall; Hermann Schniek, Lewiatown. CountyCommissionere^EdwarJ Ai-^fcaa, Foreat drove, (0 year term);^Robert McMillan, Maiden, (4 year^tana); Levi H. Woody, Cottonwood,^^^ year term). SheriffJ. W. Kelson, Moore. Clerkand Recorder^J. W. Stoaer,^lavwistown. AssessorOwen MeCabe, Kendall. TreasurerB. F. Palmer, Lewistown. PublicAdministrator^A. Sellers. SurveyorEsra Olsen, Kendall. AttorneyA. E Briakle, Kendall. Superintendent of Schools ^ Mrs. yearterm, G. W. Dobins; four year^term, M. Kirehner; two year te...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 1 November 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Onward,Comrades! Upward,on ^ aid. ever forward,^I.#t our watchword M be Truthand honor, hoe ami fraitoa,^IViinjf pwsl to all ^i' sec. Earningall wt naad to Mrtoh for^Oettinjr nil are need to earn; Neverenvy each his neighbor^Doinj; p^mI where'er wo (urn. Doinj;^^^^^n 1 a- kindness tenches. U^l|^iny all the maimed :in.l poor;^Closed ran .l.i.n- to hate and cn\\ LfNand truth an open door. Eartht^i !^^ an Kdcn pardon. lift^ Joy, to live a mirth;^Trying hard to raptura aeavea^And establish it on earth! Whykeep it foi iivp in dreamland^When rt'l wait in;.' on our call^^Wake ii|^. Comrades, to your duty.^Speed the workers' cause for all. .1.W. ^;^M^|Wo\ A.I). Peujfh SocialistCandidate for Tteasurer of^Park County Cowan'sAdvicr on Montana. Thefollowing lettei was written from^Detroit. Minn., to A. M. Brooks, the^state secretary of North Dakota: Whilein companv v..:h you and sev^eral ^itliti emm ,idc- in Karjio you stated^that you had liven trying to pet in^tou...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 November 1906

Vo4c fof the Party^of Your CI am MONTANANEWS. Abolishthe Capi^^talist System OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA YOL,IV. HKIiKNA,MONTANA^ THURSDAY, NOVEMHKR 8 190^. NO. URGEINCREASE IN MONTANA Beginthe 1908 Campaign Today^Agitation-^Education^Organization GreatGains^Over the State VoteAggregates 15 Per Cent at least^Calculation^Democrats Stead^^ily Losing Ground Thereturni, still incomplete, show^that the socialist vote has made a great^fain throughout Montana. At this time^it is impossible to make anything like^aa accurate estimate of the returns.^The ditliculty lies chiefly with ths poor^erganization of ths socialist party. Ths^socialists yet fail at most points to^provide for rushing accurate reports^at the polls. As a party we are up^against the hitter antagonism of the^to the party press, or to have watchers^capitalist preen. In giving detailed re^^ports in most instances the socialist^candidates are never even mentioned.^The reason it not far to seek. The^larg...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 November 1906

s MONTANAXmm*, HKLENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NKVVS. Own*4^nd Published by t*^s Socialist^Party v Ms-iMsna. ,*_ ISSIFIp WKFM.V. OFFICE22 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX QO latcrnd*t tlir Pout Oflsfla '^^t ^sn. M ^^^throaah thr malt at MOTad ssSss rim. AiscrtiaingK^tr^ nia.l'- ko..^n Spaa SbjsWb*^tl^^n at tit -* odica. Addressall eommuniratioitK .tn.l m.ili.^^oarr ptj bMb M ili^- MMMM N^-ws. all nsssMenagar. Jamss D. Graham.^Sttvt* Sscrstsvrv. IDACROUCH-HAZ1XTT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: Oa*Year *^^^ laMontha SW^^Ts^ crnta i^er f^i^^ in liundle^ up ui NationalHrad'iaaitri ^. Mjlili.n Itarnrs. Sm-^ratarr- Room 300 M^2. Hoylston III.In.. Hear^born St.. Chicago. III. StateHeadquarters, Jaa. O. ^;raham. ^*^*^^^ttrr. 22 Park Arena*. Bclrna. Mont. TRADE sffijBfi COUNCIL TAXATIONAND THX LAW. Weare in re^^i|^t at vM-ioua times of^a number of articles from correspond^ents. dealing with aome sort of social^abuse, and deploring the robbery of the^people in consequence, through taxation.^8ueh an argument as that, in...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 November 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELKNA, MONTANA. YouVoters. Shallyou complain, who fewl the world,^Who clothe the world, who house the^world, 8hallyou complain, who are the world^Of what the world may dot Asfrom the hour you show your power,^The world must follow you. Theworld's life lies in your right hand,^Your strong right hand, your skilled righthand;^You hold the whole world in your hand, 8ecto it what you do!^Or dark or light, or wrong or right, Theworld is made by you. Thenrine as you never rone before,^Or hf^pcd before, or dared before,^And show, as was never shown before ThejK^wer that lies in you.^Unite as one. sec justice done, Believeand dare and do! CharlottePerkins Oilman. wwvw*vwvwwwvww\* NationalNews vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv llohemianNational Organizer Meranck^will speak two days in the first legisla^ti\e district, Allegheny, and one day in^\\ iliin-rcliiig. The meetings are being^held under the auspice* of the llohemian^In undies. SecretaryShaw ran up against the^~im i.ilists in a sp...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 November 1906

4 MONTANANEW8, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department BirthdayPresent for the Montana News, D1AROOMKADB: OnNovember 15, THE MONTANA NEWS as n state owned paper celebrates^IU flrst anniversary. Through the untiring efforts of the staff and the comrades^throughout the state it has become a credit to the movement in Montana, and^aow ranks among the best Socialist papers in the United States. The most^appropriate way to celebrate our paper's anniversary is to obtain as many^subscriptions as possible to help it along through another year. Comrade, show^your devotion to the cause of Socialism by doing your utmost for The News. Thepresent campaign has proved how essential a part it plays in the^Montana movement. It is already a thorn in the side of the capitalist class. By^ths next presidential election we must make it a weapon to be dealt with. Rallyto the support of The News. Show your appreciation of its usefulness^hy making it literally rain subscriptions. Let its first birthday be an occas...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 November 1906

Vote for the Party^of Your Cli MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.V. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15 im. NO.1. FERGUSCOUNTY TRIP Inresponse t^i ft ^hurry up^ call Mrs.^Hazlett left Helena Wednesday night.^Oct. 31, to 1111 some date* in FWgM coun^ty at the end of the campaign. The^^hurry up^ rail was from Comrade t)ragg.lie wasted m hit the enemy eas morewhack bclorc HMM polls opened.^The ride of c-duy over the jawbone is an^insufferably tiresome one, hut was broken^on thin occasion by a stop at Carneill.^Tho central coiiimitte at U'wi-town had^failed to se ud word here although the^bills bad none ahead. So Mis. Hazlett^repaired to the hotel and Bent word to^Conn adc MM and his wife. ^Dutch^^Harrow s. our old stand by, there, has^gone to California, but Carneill ^s ^^,^without its defenders of the proletarian^triumph so long as the I'almers are the re.^Mrs. 1'aliiM r was a teac her, and was Um^candidate lor the o...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 November 1906

2 MONTANA g.HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. Ownadand Published by lh^ Socialist^Party of Monun*. ISSl'F.KWF.FKI V. OrriCE22i'akk ave. p. ^^. box 908 atihc PaM MM IN tranam.aslon^tkroairh the mail at woond cla^^ rata*. AtvartloinKHatrn ma^1r known ^^i applica^^tion at thin olHoe. Addrranall communication* and make all^aonry payable 10 tlM Montana Nrwa. BualnaaaManager. J^m^^ D. Graham.^Stfvta Socr^t^kry. IDACROUCHHAZLETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: OaaYear *' ^^ MaMonths T ^ ^ 1 ^- per copy n hundlr* np to S NationalbVadnuartrr*. Malilon Harm-*. S,v^rvtarr. Koom 300-302. Hoylaton Kid*.. IVar-^^orn St.. Ckasfa 111. StateHcadqoartrrn. Jas. D. ('.raham. Secre^^tary. 22 Park Am MBS, H. l. na. Mont. TWAPES [ffir^j COUNCIL ConstructiveWork. ^nFriday Otmrsule Jesi^e D. Solhy^utarta on a trip amort^; the socialists to^take subtvoription* for the News, f(et ad-^vertiHing and job work, sell literature,^anil MtiMtal donation to inaintain a^mx'ialist. press in Montana. Men and^women who believe in a...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 November 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. TheSong of the Shoe. Withapologies to the shade of Tom^Hood.) Witheyelids heavy and red, Withlingers weary and worn,^Tke bootmaker bent in unmanly drew^Over his bootr -forlorn.^Tip tap-Up!^To the ^Laat^ the upper he drew, Andlanguidly moving his blackened^lip, Betang the ^song of the shoe. Work,work, work!^Sre the dawn breaks o'er the hill; Work,work, work I^When the night is dark and still; Halha; I am never a slaw,^I waa born on English soil(^But, oh! I rivet and fret and rave^And sing 'neath the burden of toil. Work,work, work! Inthe heat of the I sun; Work,work, work!^When the languid day is done!^And the while to want for food,^For breath of a shaded air,^For a milder mental mood^And sight of a scene more fair. Thelife is more than meat, Saidone in days long dead;^Yet, with brain, and hands, and feet Itoil for a pittance of bread!^O! for abundant life! Tliepeace and strength of the hilli,^fasten.I of this weary struggle and strife Thatpoisons and d...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 November 1906

MONTANANEWS. Hl'II.KNA, MONTANA. State Department OnMBOMt of the work in connection with the electioa ri'turiiH. and the npace^given t^^ tin in it nmis (l.-. id.-.l to postpone the nniiix crsnr\ isMio of the Montana^Ne^h one wr*k, WuiSWDW l.r^th. the ^eeltlixt I'nrty of Montana issued the^first nunilxi of ii- otlicial papor. NoveiabN 1 111 would he our exact annivers^^ary. I In' date^ will slat enable us to Complete and rliissifv the annual report^of receipts. disbursements, subscriptions, wa^e*. supplies improvements and all^matters trtrtsiw'*f to the year's StMsMM. The i^li is an enormous one with^the limited assistance at our command, hut we'll get it handled in some sort of^^hapi The anniversary edition will be eiffht-pajre. The locals should order^several hundied of them. The socialistpr.-s con-cunt ly brought before the pub^^lic is the liest propaganda that can be made. One dollar in bundles of hundred.^Support the None of the working rla-s. and -trike capitalist exploitation ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 November 1906

Vetc tor the Party^of Your CIam MONTANANEWS. tun Abolishthe Capi^^talist System OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA VOL.V. ELKLKNA,MONTANA. THURSDAY. NOV KM HKK 22 1901 NO.2 HUTAIIITIKSAKT191TI0M Increasein Circulation for year 700 Per Cent AllBoost for 10,000 in 1907 WYOMING Enclosedfind a sample ballot with^complete returns from DieU. Total^number registered 21*1, total vote 184.^Two years ago the Socialist vote was:^Debs, 90; Drown for congress, 80. At^that time a total vote of about 300 was^oast, the Social ists being second party^at that time, republican party first.^This year we beat both old parties.^The reason the democratic candidate for^governor has such a large number of^votes is owing to the fact that Gov^^ernor Brooks, the republican candidate,^has his men locked out at Kig Muddy,^Wyo., for organizing a union. The^democratic candidates (union men) of^Diet/, worked at least 18 hours a day im^^pressing upon everyone who would listen^to them that it was th...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 November 1906

MONTANA. HELENA,MONTANA. THKMONTANA NEWS. Party^/ Ntnunt. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OrriCK22 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 atarodat the Poat Ofln for traaam.Mion^tkroaab the mall at aecosd cla^^ rata*. VaTartlslttfRatr* mad* knowa upon appllra-^tloa at thla ofllca. Addreaaall rnmmanicationa and make all^ir payable to the Montana New. Manager. Jama* D. GraKam.^Stavta Saoratavry. IDACROUCH If AZLETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneYearfl.oo liMonth* 50c Tworenta i^er copv in handle* ap to 500 NationalHeadquarter'. Mahlon Marnes BHJ^tatary. Room 30O-.1O2. BoyUton ItldnIVar-^korn St.. Ch.ratio. III. StateHeadquarter*. Ja*. D. Graham. Secre^^tary. 22 Park Avenue. Helena. Mout. Trape S |r2By| C6UNCO tli.-vote. It ih the method that Milwau^^kee Un6B. Whati* needed i* more of the name^Uiinjj that Montana has had heretofore:^Hetter organization, more self-aatrriflcing^work, attention to untouched districts.^With such persistent and developing^methods Montana BM persistently laj^the spook of Ilearsti^ni, Heinzeism, ^...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 November 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA MONTANA. FromTennyson's ^Maude. Whydo they prate of the blessing* of peace We have made them a curse;^I'ii kpocketa, each hand lusting for all thatis not it* own;^And lust of gain, in the spirit of Cam. isit better or worse!^Than the heart of the citizen hissing in inMM on his own hearthstone. I Hutthese M the days of advance, the^*r^ ks S# the men of mind Whenwho but a fool would trust the^tradesman's ware or his wordt Isit pence ^^i war^ Civil war as 1 think,^ami Unit of a kind IIn x iU^i. as uiulei hand, not openlj bear^^ing the sword. I'encesitting under her olive and slur-^i ing I lie ^111 ^ ^ gone by, Whenthe poor are hovelled and hustled^together each sex, like swine. When^^nl\ the ledger li\es. ami when^only not all men lie; Teaiein her vineyard- yes! but a com^^pany forges the wine. Andthe vitriol madness flushes up in the Indianshead.^Till the filthy by lane rings to the yell ofthe trampled wife,^And rliaIk and alum and plaster are sold tothe poor IsT l...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 November 1906

State Department ConiradeRutherford brought in three^subs thin week, and Comrade Hansen 2. ComradeStone diop|^ed in from (Jar-^net, paid up hi* due^ as a insiuber at^large and bought ft sub cards. A.J. MacDonald sends in a sub from^Rieeville, Iowa. He says it i^ the first^gun in the 1008 campaign. ComradeJacob M. Kruae of Bozcman^sends in two subs. Some genius could^go out and get twenty subs in lloienian^if he tried. lift's see who'll do it. JohnHudson reports from Dean:^^W ill send you vote from this precinct.^The socialist vote is 19, and a number of^the socialists were not able to get their^vote in.*' ^(^stamps and $1.50 for .'1 post carda for^l lie News. You should have been here^when they started to count the ballots.^Our ticket started way off in the lead,^the old parties did not know which way^to look. Wo had them guessing till tbe^last part of the count. I am glad to hear^we ^ie gaining -o fa-t all over the coun^^try. What we gain the other parties^must lose. ComradeJoseph ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 November 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. TheOrganization Nowthat the amok* of the last battle i^with the capitalists, in contest of their |^control of the government, has cleared^^way, there teems to be a uniform move^^ment on the part of those in the actual^work of the socialist cause for better and^more effective organization of the revo^^lutionary forces. The Pennaylvania and Ohiopapers are both urging better and^more effective organization. A. M. Si-^moiis, in this month's International Re- '^^iew, has a special editorial about the^need of more systematic organization'^within the party to enable it to handle^its business and its campaigns in a man^^ner ho as to get the best possible results.^The speakers and workers generally of^the party are familiar with the loose^methods, the lack of compactnesss, and^the mere semblance of organization that^goes by the name of the Socialist l'arty^in America, and it is a matter of common^comment mixed with a good deal of^contempt, as to the ignorant, no...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 November 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. TheDay After. Thecampaign now in over. Thered light ami the blare Ofband*, and loud-voiced speaker* Whopromised good and fair, Ifwe would vote their tickets, 'Itiey'dgi\e us w ithout fail, Acrammed down, bulging outward, Fullestkind of dinner ]^ail. Inee J ^ii haw yOMl w ith you.^Sa^ Ih.v-: I scarce could wait^Until tin' MM hour brought me^Tunc to investigate^The contents of this bucket^I hope there's nothing stale.^By jinks! I never told them^What to put in my pail. Ohwell, it if^ too late now, I'llhave to make it do, Iwonder what is in here, It'sup to me and you Tocut the string that fastens Thecover to the bail Andthen sail in and sample Thegood things in the pail. Gosh!all done up in paper,^Looks nice, but then you see^Fudge isn't very fillin'^For working men like me.^I'm almost scart to take this^It looks so kind o' frail.^Packed in with all the doin's^That fill a dinner pail. There'swriting on it. see Pardt Perhapsan L 0. U. Forten or twenty may b...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 29 November 1906

\ote lor the Party 'of Your CI weft \ * 6tt^j Illntorlaa! Library //'AH( OWNF.DAND PUBLISH fl^ BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY Of MONTANA /(.I M I -.,1 *il*ioo VOL.V. IIELENA,MONTANA, T^nTE^I)AV. NOVEMBER 29 1906. NO.:{ ;i TheOrganization. Inlooking .backward over the c^ifi^M\deu'^to death by such work.^P^lj^ii^^ ilh i think it would nut I* out ill place to note -I our nil takes(il oik' kind mill another with n id em. Tn Is'gin with can lie pursued. llo \ oil Mot ieWfrt f-oi reel in ike-uti' organism! the,\ I' ..ride amiirregularities anion).' the different^locals both a- to Uyaucv ami report*.'^And then, thcie is till' old Question ol leuexceptions, (TioKwalii 'wrrit AbV withtin- Improved c^miwitifti tH ^ wenow have over two mm is Mil i^i1pled change of work u'lid tactic* omit^ oignnizatmn* iniikI be deveT VIm^ii- \\ i.ruiiij; eoifnt y 81PMM i^u-^can be formed m (,'aibnu, I a - cade. Per-^^ 'Us and I'ark counties. Cum'ikIi' and THEQUESTION FOR FARMERS in (iii id |,|.ro ^ (i ilM Ml V\ AnOp^n...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 29 November 1906

MONTANA ft.HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. Owm4^nd Published by the S*oUllat^Party ^/ Martian*. lSSUIPWEEKLY. orncKiapark ave. p. o. box 908 BaterMlat the Pnat Office for iraaam.uion^through the mall a( second ela^a rata*. aaerli^iii^ Ralrn made knowa upon applica-^lion at thi^ office. Addreaxall communication* and make^moaey payable to the Montana Newa. .ill BusinessManager, Jtmu D. MtvteSecratawry. GraKam. IDACHOVCH-HAZLETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: OacYear^^^^ BisMonth* Hi Twoo.ma per co,^\ in bundle* up to ^4 Nationaliloadnuartcr*. Mahlon Harue*. S. c-^ratary. Konra 31XV302. HoyUton Bldg-.. Dear^^born St.. Chicago. III. StateHeadijuartrr*. Jas. I^. C.ialiam. S.-cic^lary. 22 Park Atciiu^. Helena. Mont. fare*t^f miperior authority, devoid of^Hm expression ^^f nature ^i^^1 humanity.^I'Ih-v .no tin- luces of the rulers of aocic^ty. ^1oini/ the work of a ruling class, tlx^in^; iiiHtitutintiH that further the enils^of a ruling class, l'lencheis, lawyer*,^politicians; even the doctor^, h...

Publication Title: Montana News
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