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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 3 January 1907

MONTANANEWS, HKLKNA, MONTANA. ThsOld Host In Lancashire Tanold hoft In Lancashire^^Ha aelli a truly wretched beer.^Ha sells it now; he gold it than;^Ha aella it always to poor men. hire'ivery pooreat folk^Often to his bar room walk.^They go in ahoea which are in two;^Tkey go in clothea which are not new. Therecringing in the corner back^Stands the paid and silent Jack.^^Night and day I plied my trade,^Bnt never have my fortune mad*. AndTom starts up: ^For ninny a Iapun the threads s^^ lino and clear.^Others the woolen clothing wore,^Bat T Htiivi'il aaav as e'er !^^foro.^' AndHill then: ^With a :ru^v hand^I led Mm plow through Mritish land,^I saw tlio growing rye and wheat^Bnt never had enough to eat. And Ren the laat: ^From deepest^hoi 4 Ibrought the many loads of coal.^But when the wife a child had borne^Tbov froze to death at early morn. AndJack, and Tom, and Bill, and^Hen, Theyaltogether cried, ^Ah, then!^^And that same night a rich man^m-reamed On silken couch from nightmare Imm...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 3 January 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. stateDepartment SendIn Your Names. ThreeSubs a Week Will do the Business for the Legislature. Nextweek the legislative report! bo-gin. The Montana Newt is undertak^^ing what no paper in Montana or anystate has ever done^to tell the whole^truth about the actual happening! inihe legislature from a working class^Standpoint. This intention has al-ready aroused the greatest interest^among all classes, all other papers inthe state are so completely subservient^to the will of corporation masters thatthe real machinery of legislation never^comes to the light of day at all. Thechief animus of the present legisla^^ture will be the fight brought on Joe Toole and his policies by Amalgamated^and entrenched, secure republican cor porate, capitalist power. Exit Toole.^Exit all pretense of a division of theforces of capitalism with the demo^^cratic party in Montana. But the beneficiaries right over the plums. Man^tie has been the decoy duck. 8caIlonof Butte, the repres...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 January 1907

Vototor the Party^^f Your CUm MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA sjfotw** - Capl- Ms** tallstSystem VOLV. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, .JANUARY 10 1907. NO.9. AnEarly^in England RevolterBrutal Militarism^Shocks People TheLabor Leader bae an interesting^account of Gerrard Winstanley, a con^^temporary of Oliver Cromwell who was^^inch exercieed at that early day about^the social condition of the maaui of^the people. It is Mid that Cromwell^established a Commonwealth for the^gentry of England, but Winstanley'e^ideal was a commonwealth for the^whole people. Winstanley preached^communism two centuries and a half^before Robert Owen; he preached the^evils of land monopoly three centuries^before Henry George, and he urged the^people to go back to the land three^oenturics before Tolstoi. He was born^1809, in Lancashire. He produced many^pamphlets on tho social problem, and^proclaimed that private monopoly in^land is the primary cause of social^evils, and that while ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 January 1907

2 MONTANA a,HELENA, MONTANA. THKMONTANA NEWS. Addreaaall communication* and make all^laaey payable to the Montana News. Manager.Jam** D. Graham,^Stevt* S*or*taviy. IDACROUCH HAZLETT MNm SUBSCRIPTIONS: 'AmTear$1.00 *aiafontba 50c Twocents per copv in handles ap to 500 NationalHeadquarters. Mahlon Raraes. Sec^^retary Room 300-302. Boylatnn Hldf.. Dear^^born St.. Chicago. III. StateHeadquarters, Jas. I). Graham. Secre^^tary. 22 Park Avenue. Helena. Moat. STATECABINET. GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteKillings^Chico^(. reat Falls^Livingston believein prostiutit.n, legal or illegal.^You can uphold capitalist fllth if you^want to, but we want decency. We^want decency in religion too, and a few^ministers do also. Hrothorhood, kind^^ness, justice each for all and all for^each, suits us alright in religion. No^socialist objects to that kind. But the^wolf in sheep's clothing kind we ex^^pect to put out of business; and then^Mr. Reverend will be out of a jo...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 January 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. I SOLDIERSOF THE REVOLUTION THEINQUISITIVE BOY^By 3. L. Bachman. ,why did we leave our home^And move into this shackt^Wu it taken by the socialists,^Who refuse to give it backf No,child, when pa waa out of work,^We, mortgaged it one day, Andthe interest kept on eating^'Till the law took it away. Andmamma, wh^re is papa now,^Since I don't aee him any more' Didthe socialists break up onr homo^And drive him from our doorf 44No, dear, he leaves when you're^aaleep Andcomes when you're in bed^He has to work long hours, my son,^To earn our daily bread. 4And, mamma, who owna all the shops,^And the things pa makes each day! Doeshe work so hard for socialists^Who steal those things awayf 44Myson, Ood gave to the rich^The factories and the soil. Thatthey make tbsir profits large^And let the poor man toil. Then,mamma, dear, why didn't Ood^Give all thoae things to met I'dmake the rich man work a while,^And let pa rest, you see. Orgive those means of life to all That...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 January 1907

MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA, State Department TheMontana legislature ia now In find an argument if that it what he^ion. The Newa has a correspondent ia looking for, and oftentimes is forced toargument when he would rather^make hia impression by looking wise. laconstant attendance. Full reports^will be furnished with an enlarged^Sheet. This all takes hard work, time,^and money, comradea. Don't shirk^your share if the burden. The advance^of the working class ia a collective re^sponsibilitv l,et us brace up to it. ComradeBrunner of Ovando sends^$1.60 for subs and duet. Fivesubs in from fllaagow this week.^Comrade Coster is busy. HansPrevost of Helena hands in a^dollar for the paper. GenePeba sends a dollar to renew^his sub, with happy New Year wishes^for the News force. ComradeKueera is down from Win^^ston and he handed down a dollar to^^wards making the legislative work a^success. JuliusBernard of Darby begins the^New Year for the News with ^5 for^the press fund. That shows good hear...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 January 1907

Vetefar t be Party^mt Ymt CUm MONTANA OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOLV. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17 1907. NO.10 LaFollette Bill^Fake Measure IsTo the Victor Be^long Spoils LaFollette has forced through tlw^United States senate a bill limiting^the hours of labor of railroad men to^sixteen hours per day. Underthe provisions of the bill, no^railway company can work its employ^^ees in the transportation department^longer than sixteen hours, and then^the men must kave eight hours rest,^then drill sixteen hours more, then^eight hours rest and so on. Laborhas been fighting for years^for an eight hour day and La Follette's^bill is on the eight hour basis; eight^hours for rest and eight hours double^shift for work. Theadvocates of the bill made the^senate chamber ring with loud denun^^ciation of the long hours railway men^have to work, claiming that the long^hours arc the cause of so many railway^disasters. Thebill is a reaction...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 January 1907

MONTANA HELENA,MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. mndPublished by th^ S^l^llit Partyv NantaMb ISSUinWEEKLY. orricxaapark am. p. o. box 908 tars*at lk^ P.^t 0^ca *^r li^tkroach tfcr mail at aacoad class rata*. allrvaasjaaicatioaa aad aiake all^payable u^ tkr Voatana News. seeNanaaac. Jamaa D. Gratvanv.^Stmt* Sa-crafmrv IDACROVCH HAZLCTT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS! OhThi*^ ^^ laMoatha 50c Twocratir*r copy n bundle bp u^ M spreadingsolid information that com^^mands respect anvwherc, and not de^^pending on ephemeral and sky rocket subterfugesto increase their circula^^tion. The newsj^aper development of^the socialist party, as it becomes a sub^^stantial factor in American political^life, will be along these lines that the^partv ^-aa endorse and control, and not^the** which it must excuse and repu^^diate. Wo are cerxaialv much sur^^prise! lo see such an erratic departure^ssaaaatitit; from a member of Local^New Vorh. WHO18 THE QRAFTEKt Thet'arbon county Kepublican is dis^^tressing itself most relent lee...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 January 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. I CaptainKldd Up to Date. Aheavy bible has a plae* la the cornerof the room. (M.E. Pew'a interview with John^D. It ) Acertain piraU bold (Aahe aailed). Hada bible, we nr.' told (Aahe aailed). Bt'dibible in hia hand Andhe hid it in the aand (Aahe aailed.) Thiaman whoae name waa Kidd (Aahe aailed). Iliapiety he hid (Whenhe tailed) He'da bible understand But'twaa deep beneath the aand (Whenhe aailed). Religionyou must know (Aahe aailed) Hamperedhim a bit and ao (Whenhe aailed). Hiagood ship the Mack flag flew Andhe awore till all waa blue (Aahe aailed) Althougha aaint on land, (Erehe aailed) Hedid not aport that brand (Whenhe aailed). Withhia bible safely hid Hewaa simply pirate Kidd (Aahe aailed). Butwere he living now (Andwould Bail). He'dwiser be I trow (Whenhe aailed). Keeurrectedfrom the sand The^Good Book^ should grace hia atand(Aa he sailed). He'dnot even awear any more (Aahe aailed). Thoughhe was drenched with gore (Aahe aailed). Allhia victims edi...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 January 1907

montananews, helena, montana. State Department ^2 ComradeCoehn of Livingtton tend*are here yet^open and above board, ia3 subs.yet it seems to scare some to ask them to subscribe for the News. Nearly Com. Isaacson of Missoula pledgeeevery one talks socialism in some way $6to the press equipment fund.but they don't seem to know it is socialism when they talk it. I saw ComradeBernard of Darby pledgesComrade Hames. He said Comrade^(6 for the paper to be paid in Feb8elby would be here soon. He will^runrv.have a home at Ham's. Hope he will^do well. And it is true as the corn-^Comrade Coehn is working like arade said in the News, a stranger will^beaver at Livingston. Hardly a dayget subs where a neighbor cannot. How^passes but what he sends in a sub.I wish I could do more for the cause,^_____ Ibut circumstances are ngaiivst mo^V. R. Bouthworth reports from Nyenow. ikath meeting of the local was called . aadvote taken on National Committee- Comrade Powers for Local Hillings^saan.sends in h ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 January 1907

Votefar the Party^of Your Class MONTANA NE WS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.V. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, JAM ARY U 1907. NO.11. ratalExplo^iuii ^.,^ ouuc socialism by SantaFe Desoto,Kan., fan. 18.^ThJo loco^^motive drawing cast bound Santa Fa^freight train No. 36 exploded on a^bridge near hero this morning. Tho^bridge waa demolished and the engine^and fourteen freight ears went into^the creek. F. W. Kartell, engineer; W.^W. Dortch, fiireman, and H. E. Shaw,^brakeman, all of Argentine, Kas., were^killed, their bodies being hurried under^tho wreckage. Consideringthe lnj^jpe^ number of^appalling railroad wrecks reported by^the newspapers, the foregoing will be^considered insignificant by the public.^Instead of being inaigniflcant it is a^matter that deserves close attention.^There have been more wrecks caused^by boiler explosions on the Santa Fo^road in the past three years than on^all the railroads of the country com^^bined duri...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 January 1907

MONTANANUJWS, 1IELKNA. MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ndPublished by the Socialist^Party ^/ M^ntin^. ISSURDWEEKLY. orrur ^a pakk ave. p. o. box 908 Cateredat Itar Post Wrr for trni^m ^^ion^taroagh ihr mall ^i aecoad claw rate*. Addreaaall communication* ami make^^oeey rayable to the- Montana New*. all BualneesManager, James D. Stnt Socrrtarv. Graham. IDACROVCH-H AZLETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: OaaYearHaM atllMonths ^C Twocsrittsbm tost] 1 i.un.lic* up to w NatlunatHcail'tuartrrn. Malilou llarncR. Sec^^retary. Room WO-302. PojUton Hldg.. Dear-^bora St.. ( uam III. StateHi-ail'inartrr*. Jaa. I), liraham. Secre^^tary. Patfc A v 1 tun- 11. Icia. Mont STATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney HutteKillings^Chico^dreat Falls^I .ivingston andmost powerful in the kingdom;^and thi* Matini of the throne are^looking anxiously to the outcome of^the elections of .Ian. 25. InFrance and Italy the socialists,^long divided, largely through the Ba-^kounine influences in 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. — 24 January 1907

MONTANANEWS, liKLKNA, MONTANA. I Tm,Sir, Mister Temperance Preacher. Writtenfor the Arkansas Socialist by^Covington Hall. Aw!Youee inccrin' 'cause I'm, boosyt Yah!you thinks youso nii'ty smart,^Wid yo' temp'ranee proaehin' swellin' frumyo' po' untempted heart!^Youse a pow'ful preacher, Mister, but youdon't know how things seem,^'Till youso boen ergin 'cm brother; an' adrunk a poor man's dream. W'enyouso worked for twelve long hours,nights an' days, an' weeks an'years,^W'en you heart's a bustin' in you an' yo'nerves all disappears;^W'en dor landlord's trailin' of you, an'der shop's on quarter time,^Tou won't likely be so chesty, an' a drunkwon't seem no crime. Meat* dor beer is better, cheaper, an' ithe'ps me to forget^Dat my body's busted, broken, an' my verysoul in debt.^A low-down cussf Yes, I knows it; I'in as low us I can be.^But der beer drowns out d^r lownesa, causeit makes a dog of me. Yes,Sir, Mister temperance preacher, drinkis sho' a' awful curse;^Hit's a crime erginst der...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 January 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department Ifyon want any socialist* in the^next legislature, now is the time to^lay the foundation for their election.^The best way to do that is to increase^the circulation of the News. LocalHillings holds its next regular^meeting Sunday, .Tan. 27, 7:30 P. M.,^M8 Xorth UMth street. ComradeMurphy is in Butte solicit^^ing for his metal polisher Bhorco Rha.^And while there ho is not forgetting^the News but is sending in a number^of subs from that burg. Socialismwill not come like a thief^in the siffct, but only through the de-^lire of the working class to end ex^^ploitation. Don't sit down and wait^for socialism to come. ComradeII. O. Philips of Great Falls^^ends in $2.50 to renew his subscrip^^tion, and the rest to use for general^needs. Comrade Mr*. Phillips has^bei on the sick list for sime time. Doyou know what socialism iaf If^you do, does your neighborf If he^does not, got out and see that he takes^tho News. ComradeSol by has been having a^ve...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 January 1907

Votetor the Party^of Your Class *^^^lU.tori MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System OL.V. HELENAMONTANA. THURSDAY, JANUARY II, IM7. NO.12 ThatNew Railroad Great Enthusiasm SlaveBill ForSocialists Borneof the representatives that^voted in favor of the sixteen-hour day^for railroad men imagine that they^have done something great and are^claiming that the law is a good thing,^because it prevents the railroads from^working their employees fifty-six hours^which has been done in many cases. Suchstatement is entirely ronious.^The bill is full of exception clauses,^which practically annuls the sixteen-^hour clause except in case of the tele^^graph operator. Theannulling claase reads as fol^^lows, ^provided, however, that nothing^in this section shall be construed to^allow any engineer, flreman, conductor^or trainman to desert his locomotive^or train in case of accident, storms,^wrecks, washouts, snow blockade or^any unavoidable delay ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 January 1907

I THEMONTANA NEWS. andPublished by the Socialist^Party ^/ Montana. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICII!PARK AVK. P. 0. BOX 908 Cateredat the NM (Mica for tranaia.aaioa^throarh the mail at aecond ctaaa rate*. Addreeeall communication. aa^l make all^aaeaer payable to the Montana Sew*. BualnaasManager. James D. Graham.^Stavle Secretavrv. IDACROVCH-HAZtXTT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneTear*lo st Ssoatb* Bi Twocent* i*-i cop\ in bundle* ap 10 500 NationalH^'ad^iuartci... Mahloo Karne*. Sec^^retary. K.x^m J00-^:. Hoylston Bld^\, Oear^aora St.. Chicaso. 111. StateHeadqaartrra. Jas. P. C.raham. Secre^^tary. 22 l'aik ATi nur. Helena. Moat. STATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney HutteBillings^Chico^('^reat Falls^Livingston TR AQE S (ffi^^) COUNcjL) NATIONALORGANIZATIONS. Sincethe Natl. Executive Com. har^commenced upon an actual plan of^national organization we believe that^no better editorial matter could be^furnished to the News readers than^that given by the New York W...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 January 1907

montananews, HELENA, montana. FromEndymlon. Thereare who lord it o'er their fel^^low tin-ii Withmost prevailing tinsel: who un^^pen Theirbaaing vanities, to browse away^The comfortable green and juicy hay^From human pasture*; or O tortur- turingfact!^Who, through an idiot blink will tee^unpack M Fire-branded foxee to sea*- uj^ and^^inge Ourgold and ripe-ear'd hopee. With notono tinge^Of aanctuary splendor, not a sight^Able to face an owl's, they atill are dight Bythe blear-eyed nations in empurpled^rests, Andcrows, and turbans. With unladen^breasts, Saveof blown self-plause, they proud^^ly mount Totheir spirit's perch, their being's highaecnunt,^Their tiptop nothings, their dull skies, theirthrones^^Amid the fierce intoxicating tones^Of trumpets, shoutings, and belabour'd drums,And sudden cannon. Keats, vwvwwvvwvwvvwwvwt NationalNews Theannual report of the Milwaukee^Social-Democratic Publishing Company^is most cnoouraging. Tho now plant^has provod a great success, and has^saved a 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. — 31 January 1907

4 State Department ComradeProohstel v #f Local^ends $1.50 for 3 sub cards. ComradeMrs. H. P. Nevills^Great Falls sends in $5 for subs. ComradePennieott of Livingston^Mnda ua in a Glendive list of names. Starkso. He is an expert machinist and^I still active in the ahop. He haa been^helping with the motor bolts and many^of I odd jobs about the office that were^just waiting to be done. He ia much^interested in the progress of the ma^chiniats' strike on the Santa Ke road Alocal socialist presa means the^steady progreaa of the working claaa^against capitalism. It must be main^^tained before the workers ever obtain^their freedom. Wedid not get the reaponae for help^on the proposed plans for handling the^legislative work that we had antici^patcd. Consequently we are not able^to put the work into the reporte, or^make them so extensive as we would^like and aa ought to be done. But^for all that the Montana News is giv^^ing the only correct report of the Ifyou vote the ticket join the party^an...

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 1907

Votefar the Party^of Your Class MONTANANEWS. _^^^ IZJatorftai Uinry Abolishthe Capi^^talist System OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PAJKTY Or MONTANA YOLV. HELENAMONTANA, THUBSDAY, FEBRUARY 14 1907. NO.14. GermanVote FewerDelegates but Increased Num^bers by 240,000^Bureaucrats^Are Disheartened v BRUTALOFFICIAL NEGLECT Theresult of the Oerman Reichstag^elections has been a disappointment to^the Socialist .ml I a surprise to every^^body. We were not alone in expect^^ing a socialist victory as a matter of^fact, the correspondents for the capi^talist papers predicted larger Social-^iat gains than the Socialist press ven^tured to expect. Theoutcome of the voting on Jan.^25 is that only 29 Social Democrats^were elected to the Reichstag getting^a majority over all in their respective^districts^ and that our candidates in^70 other district*, running first or sec^^ond but not getting a clear majority,^will be voted for in the second ballot^to decide between hte two highest in^each distric...

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 1907

MONTANAKBWa. HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. andPublished by th^ Socialist^Party ^/ Montana. ISSUIDWFEKI.V. OmCI22PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Xataradat the Post Office for tranem.salos^through tbe mall at second class rata*. Addressall communications and make all^iv payable to the Montana News. Mtntger,James D. Graham.^Stavte Secretary. IDACROUCH HAZLETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: 'OaaYear 5oc SUMonths JSc Onecent per copy in bundles up to 500 NationalHeadquarters. Mahlon Karnes. Sec-^rotary. Room 3OO-302. Boylston lll.tg . Dear^^born St.. Chiraiio, III. StateHeadquarters. Jaa. D. Graham. Secre^^tary. 72 Park ATrnue. Helena, Mont. STATECABINET. GeorgeAmbrose^John Horne^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^I .ivingston SUBSIDIZINGEDUCATION. Thedisposition of the surplus creat-^^^d by the wage slave system is being^settled l^y the way John D. Rockefeller^and Mr*. Sage are distributing their^^cores of millions. Roeckfeller has^just given $32,000,000 to the ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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