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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 3 August 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. VOL.II. HELENA,MONTANA, WKONKSOAY, AUGUST 3, 1904. NO.ML Mrs.Hat Crouch-Hazlett Will Tour Nbntana. AWoman of National Reputation Now Under^Direction bf Socialist Party of Montana^^Watch for Her Dates Mrs.Ida Crouch-Hazlett of Denver, Colorado, is in the state^and will make a tour of the same in the interests of the Socialist^party of Montana. In fact her tour will be practically the opening^*f the campaign, if there is any such time as when the Socialist^^open a campaign. As a matter of fact the real opening of a Socialist^campaign is the next night following the closing of the polls of an^election. Aftershe finishes her speech-making in Butte and Anaconda,^which work she commenced in that vicinity last week, she will make^a tour of the state, speaking at the following places : Clsmcy. Canyon^Ferry, Helena, Great Falls, Monarch, Stockett, Sand Coulee, Neihar*.^possibly into the Judith Kasin country, making Lewistown. Ken^^dall and Gilt Edge, and probably after that ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 3 August 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.H. WALSH Editorivnd^' Publisher OFFICE22 1'AKK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Enteredat the Pout Office for transmission^through th^- mail at necond claaa rate*. SUBSCRIPTION.$1.00 PER YEAR. AdvertisingRat.-s made known upon applica^^tion at thin office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and manv errors^are carlessly made at certain^postoffices, and our reade r s^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. EugeneV. Debs BenHan ford SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident EugeneV. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President BenHanford of New York ForPresidential Electors^^W. N. Holden, of Silver Bow.^J. F. Maybe, of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver Bow. ForGovernor^^George O'Mally of Silver Bow. ForLieutenant Governor^^John W. Frinke, of Deer Lodge. ForCongressman^^J. H. Walsh, of Fergus. ForChief Justice of Supr...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 3 August 1904

BaJlSviits Inour Boys' department.^Every boy in town should^have one. Gans^ Klein Movementsof Socialists NationalHeadquarters, SocialistParty.^William Mailly, Nat'l Secretary, Chicago,III., August 2, 1904. Totalhalf-day funds have been^acknowledged in the sum of^$271.84. Previously acknowl^^edged, $1,238.47. Total, $1,510.51.^Regular contributions, $505.75.^Previously acknowledged, $140.65.^Total, $1,956.70. TheWisconsin state convention^of the Social Democratic party,^as the Socialist party is known in thatstate, has been called for^September 3rd at Milwaukee, and^the capitalist papers are already fall. TheTexas state convention is^called to meet at Grand Saline^Saturday, August 6. A big So^^cialist encampment is planned for^the same week. ComradeEugene V. Debs and^the National Secretary have joint^^ly mapped the schedule for the^presidential candidate's meetings^during the campaign. As arrang^^ed the schedule includes 62 meet^^ings within 68 days, covering ter^^ritory extending fr...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 3 August 1904

TooWarm for Meat: Eat Fruit Weha^e the fiaeet 11m la tke city and mr^price* are rif at. Watermelons lb2'.-. Cnteloupe, fancy 3 tt^ for.. 25c Bartlettpears, 3 lb for25c Newapples, 4 tb for25c Crawfordpeaches w tb ^ ^ ^ ^ 10c Crawfordpeacher V basket. . 30c Plvms,any variets, IP basket 45cand35c Lemons,large and*juicy, doz 15c Oranges,sweet, dor.. .^25c Currants,basket25c Blueberries,basket15c NEWVEGETABLES Cucumbers,large, green 3 for 25c Tomatoes,sound, ripe ^v H^ 10c Waxbeans tb----6c Greenpeas IP lb5c Cavliflower,fancy, V lb ^ ^ . ^ 10c Newbeets, 3 bunches for.. .. 10c Newturnips, 3 bunches for . . 10c Radishes,3 bunches for 5c Newcabbage, iolbs for ^ ^ ^^ .25c Newpotatoes, i2lbs for25c HelenaPacking ^ Provision Co 320-22N. N.i n St. L. D. 'Phone 129 DR.O. A. WILLETT J DENTIST v THOMPSONBLOCK, ROOM 9^tM^.Main St. opposite (irandCentral Hotel SCII ON BORN DRUGCOMPANY l6 south main street HELENA,MONTANA UseSchonborn's PearlTooth Powder for^the teeth. Schonborn's VIENNACREAM for Tan,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 August 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. VOL.II. HELENA.MONTANA. WRDNE8DAY, AUGU8T 10, ItOi NO.17. OurCartoons;^Next, Press SOOMweeks IgO we announced to mir readers that there were^several features that we desired to add to the Montana News, among^them heing the cartoon feature. With this issue we begin the car^^toon series and if business continues in the future as in the past they^will b^C0aM ^ prominent part of each and every issue of this paper. Ihis addition of course means more weekly expense and it also^means that the Socialist comrades over the state should wake op and^get to work, sell your cards, send in the money and send for more^cards. Wc cannot expect to carry on a successful campaign with^95 per cent of the Socialists assuming a dormant state and leaving all^the hustle to some one else, (let a move on you! Nowthat we have added the cartoon feature, we are going after^another proposition. Atthe present the Montana News is printed at another office^and we must have a power paper press of our ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 August 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. MSUSD WF.KKl V J.H. WAL5H .. Editorftnd^' ' Publisher DtlKIII Mil ^VS. P. 0. BOX 90S Enteredat thr .Pout Office for It an^m 1 1. 11^throuuli ilii' mail .r -^ . on.I .-l.iss rati*-. ' SUBSCRIPTION. *1.00 PER YEAR. Aderti^.iw Kat.^known ui^.ni applica tionat tlii- office. Anysubscriber not receiv-^\ inj; the News regularly should^* notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our nutiliag ''st 's Stae^^ticallv perfect, ami many errors^are carlesslv inatie at certain^postorhces, and our reatle r s^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. kWWWWWWXWVWWt* EugeneV. Debs Ken Hanford SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident KugeneV*. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President PenHanford of New York ForPresidential F.lectors \\. N. IIolden, of Silver How.^J. F. Maybe, of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver How. For(iovernor^^MalcomhC. O'Mally, Silver Bow. ForI ieutenant dovernor JohnW. Frinke, of Deer Lodge. ForCongressman J.H. Walsh...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 August 1904

Weare^Giving Away BaJl S\iits Inour hoys' department.^Every boy in town should^have one. Gans^ Klein Movementsof Socialists NationalHeadquarters, SocialistParty.^William Mailly, Nat'l Secretary, Chicago,III., August o, 1904. TheInternationa! Socialist and^Trades Union Congress meets at^Amsterdam, Holland, on Aug. 14,^and the sesaiong are expected to^last for at least six days. The^Socialist movement of all coun^^tries will he represented, and the^number of delegates w ill probably^he OVtf one thousand. The ses^^sions will he held in (iehouw con^^cert hall. Therepresentatives of the So^^cialist party of the L'nited States^present at the congress will be^Comrades Algernon Lee. Mrs.^Julia Fottock and Jacob Konini of^New York; Mrs. CoriMM Itrown^and William Johnson of Chicago;^Charles K ieh n of New Jersev. and^Nicholas Klein of Minnesota.^Comrade Lee acl-^ in the place of^Comrade I ntermann. who was^elected by the national convention^to represent the Socialist party at^the congress, bu...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 August 1904

15he Cls^ss Fight BYA. T. HARVEY i.fwtstow'n,MONT Comradeswho have Subscrip^^tion Cards Should remit at once. Teddy,the versatile, hunter, writer, historian, labor unionist,^soldier and politician, has appeared in a new role as game warden.^The news came that out in the heart of the Sierra Nevada mountins^the trout were caught contrary to the laws in such CUM made and^piovided, and the heart of our president was touched by the reported^destruction of the trout, so he immediately sent four good and loyal^satellites to investigate and report on the alleged extermination of^the fish. Teddy can investigate the troubles of mountain trout, but^when men in the uniform of American soldiers rob stores, deport^citizens, chain union men to telegraph poles, mutilate aged miners^in an unspeakable manner, and outrage women in Colorado, Teddy^sees nothing to investigate. Go to em, Teddy, the fools will vote^for you or Parker, so your graft will go on just the same. **^* Montanafarmers are trying t...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 August 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS VOL.II. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1904. a 48. Afterthe New^Peeper Press! Certificateof Share Helena.Montana, 1904. ThisCertificate of Stock is issued to forthe sum of fio.oo, nonassessable and non-interest bearing for the^purpose of securing a Paper Press to be installed in the Montana News^office, and to be the property of the stock holders until such time as all^stock has been canceled by rash payment, l'rovided, that no share of^stock shall be transferable, and shall be numbered consecutively as sold,^and paid in the same manner, and that not more than one hundred and^fifty shares shall be sold for the said purpose of paying for, and installing^a Power Paper Press complete. This share shall be considered a lien for^the sum of * 10.00 upon the said press until the same is canceled by pay^^ment in cash. 15heMONTANA NEWS *4$g^V^Per Manager Inour last issue, we announced to our readers the addition of^the cartoon feature, and in brief, the necessity of a p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 August 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSl'KDWEEKLY. J.H. WALSH Editor^.nd^Publisher OFriCE22PARK AVK. l\ O. BOX 908 Enteredat the Po^t OfBoe lor trannmiHuitin^through the mail at ^e^-on^l cUhh rate*. SUBStRII'TION. $1.00 MM YEAR. AdTertiKingRates made known upon applica^^tion at Ibift office. it\tt\\\\^^' Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, ami many errors^are carlessly made at certain^postoffices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. EugeneV. Debs 5 SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident EugeneV. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President BenHanford of New York ForPresidential Electors^^W. N. Holden. of Silver Bow.^J. F. Habit, of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver Bow. ForGovernor^^MalcombC.. O'Mally, Silver Bow. ForLieutenant Governor JohnW. Frinke, of Deer Lodge. ForCongressman J.H. Walsh, of Fergus. ForChief Justice of Supreme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 August 1904

Weare^Giving Away BaJl Suits Inour Boys' department.^Every boy in town should^have one. Gans^ Klein ButteSocialism^Takes New Life Socialismstands for: First,Collectivism^Land, loco^^motion, money at first, machinery Second,Democracy^Initiative,^referendum. Imperative mandate,^universal suffrage (men and wom^^en). Third.Equality before the law,^to sit on juries, in voting in ob^^taining an education. EffectsPeace, Justice, Plenty^To each the full product of his^toil. Kconotny. (iovtrnmentnow stands for: FirstRestraining use of land locomotion,money and medium^of exchange (currency), machin^^ery. SecondTyranny and oppres^^sion by: Representative govern^^ment; denying legal remedies to^poor men: laws against unions;^enforcing capitalistic demands^with soldiery. ThirdInequality : (a) Before^the law: (h) in education; ic) in^chance to gain a livelihood; (d)^at the hallot hox. Effects(a) Poverty, (h) pros^^titution, (c) crime, (d) ignorance,^(c) superstition, (f) hlacklisting^and cowardic...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 August 1904

0T5he Cla^ss Tight BYA. T. HARVEY fj % LEWISTOWN.MONT. Comradeswho have Subscrip^tion Cards Should remit at once, Anearnest and representative body of the Socialists of Fergus^county met in Culver's opera liouse on Friday. Aug. 12, for the pur^^pose of ptadng a ticket in the field and to transact such other business^as might properly come before them. A large number of our rancher^comrades were prevented from attending on account of the rush^incident to harvesting. Comrade J. J. Lewis was selected as tem^^porary chairman, and A. T. Harvey as temporary secretary. A com^^mittee on order of business and permanent organization was ap^^pointed and recess taken to allow the committee to prepare a report.^In about twenty minutes the committee reported recommending that^the temporary organization be made permanent. The report was^adopted unanimously and Chairman Lewis in a few words thanked^the body for the honor conferred on him. The business proceeded^in the following order: Appointment o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 August 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. UnionsNever^C^n Win Out Weoften hear unionists say ' If every workingman belonged to a union^and would be loyal to their organizations in time of trouble, we could^make the capitalists come to time.^ Let us see if they are right. Sup^^pose every working man in the Cnited States would join the union of his^craft, and steadfastly refuse to scab. W ould that settle the labor ques^^tion^ .Would that bring victory to organized labor^ Not in a thousand^years. On the contrary, unreasonable though it may seem to the average^union man, that would make matters infinitely worse for organi/ed labor.^In fact, it would deal the death blow to ^pure and simple^ unionism, and^precipitate the industrial revolution. Supposetomorrow every working man joins the union of his craft, and^that all the unions of the country are welded into one complete federa^^tion, which is the dream of all progressive unionists. There are todaj^approximately one million idle men. The fact that they entered...

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 August 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUK1 WEEKLY. J.H. WALSH Editor^nd^Publisher OFFICE2 2 PARK AVE. I*. ^). 110X908 Knti'n'ilat the Pout Office for transmission^thrnuiih 'he mail at aponnd claim rates. SUBSCRIPTION.fl.oo I'KK YEAR. AdTertisinuKate* maile known upon applica^lion at thiH office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, anil many errors^are carlessly made at certain^postoffices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. EugeneV. Debs Ben Hanford SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident FugeneV. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President HenHanford of New York ForPresidential Klectors- W.N. Holden, of Silver How.^J. F. Mabie, of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver How. ForCiovernor^^MalcombC. OWIally, Silver Bow. ForLieutenant (lovernor JohnW. Frinke, of Deer Lodge. ForCongressman J.H. Walsh, of Fergus. ForChief Justice of Supre...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 August 1904

Weare^Giving Away Splits Inour Boys' department.^Every boy in town should^have one. Gans^ Klein ButteComrades^^ On the Move. ComradeHolden has the State^Socialist ticket all written out in^good shape, ready to he copy^^righted. ComradeM. I. Kennedy is do^^ing |DOd work in his street lec^^ture-, at I'.titte: lie is a splendid^speaker. conscientious and lias the^ability to hold a lar^e, interested^crowd until a late hour every^evening. Itis said that P. A. Heinze has^one of the largest and most ex^^pensive libraries in the state,^which contains all ^^f the leading^works on Socialism. \o wonder^that the Hrooklvn hoy has been^enabled to combat single handed^with the greatest money power on^earth. It gDCl to prove what a^knowledge of scientific economics^will do for a person, ami if for an^individual, then for the whole^world; but perhaps there is aK^^^another moral in hil method, for^if the Amalgamated Copper com^^pany sues him for a few more mil^^lions and should get judgment,^the defe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 August 1904

SocialismGain-^V ing Strength Underthe caption of ^Socialism (iainini; Strength,^ the Red^Lodge Picket, a republican paper, delivers to its readers the follow^^ing editorial, which is worthy of perusal, and shows conclusively thai^the great growth of Socialism is beginning to be recognized by even^the republican press. The article is as follows: Theofficial call for the Socialist mass convention, to he held in^Red Lodge Sept. 6, has been issued and sent out in circular form by^Chairman Kurke and Secretary Lay ot the committee. The conven^^tion will convene at the court house at o'clock in the afternoon ami^is called for the purpose of nominating a full legislative, county an 1^township ticket ami perfecting the county organization ot* the So^^cialist party. The call invites all those who believe in the collective^ownership of the material means of production and distrihution to^attend the mass nominating convention. Thereare many excellent planks in the Socialist platform and^not a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 August 1904

THEMONTANA NEW^. VOL.II. HELENA,MONTAN A. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST SI, 1904. -*x CO-* a: o1 No.50. Debs'Opening Campaign Speech to Workmen! Openingaddress delivered by Lugene V. i ^i-bs, can^1i^latt- for^president of the Socialist party. Indianapolis, Ind.. Sept. i. 1004. Mr.Chair nun, Citizens and Comrades: Then lias never been afree people, a civilized nation, a real republic Oil tliis earth. Human^society lias always consisted of masters and slaves, and the slaves^have always been and are today, the foundation stones of the social^fabric. Wage-labor is but a name: vvagc-slavcrv is the fact. Ihetwenty-five millions of wage-workers in the United States^are twenty-five millions of twentieth century slaves. Ibisis the plain meaning of what is known as^The Labor Market. Andthe labor market follows the capitalist flag. Themost barbarous fact in all Christendom is the labor market.^'Ihe mere term sufficiently expresses the animalism of commercial^civilization. Theywho buy and they who sell in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 August 1904

THEMONTANA NKWS, HKI.KNA, MONTANA THKMONTANA NEWS. ISSIKItVVKKkl V. J.H. WALSH EditorBind^Publisher OFFICE22 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 EihitimIat the Hum Oftii-p (or iniiMii ^mhm^through the mail at ^^^^:^ ^nd i-la^^^ rati'- 8UHSCRIPTION.t1.cWPKK YEAK. ArtTi'rlisinvKilo mailt' known upon anilira-^tinn at thi^ office. AIiv subset ilu*r not receiv ^^inn the News regularly should J^notify this office at once. It J^onlv takes a one cent postal ^^eanl. ()itr mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, ami many errors^are rarlessly made at certain^postottic es, and out reade r s^can assist us greatly in proinpt- Eotifyinjrthis office of the^e.^VWVWWWWWWWV* f SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident KujjeneV. Debs of Indiana. PofVice President HenHanford of New York ForPresidential K lectors^^W . N. Uolden, of Silver How.^J. F. Habit, of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver How. ior (lovernor^^MalcombO. O'Mally. Silver How. ForLieutenant Oovernor JohnW. Frinke. of Deer Lod^e. ForCongressman J.H. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 August 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS, HKI.ENA, MONTANA Debs'Opening Campaign Speech to Workmen! (Continuedfrom Page one) isthe least danger of their making the principles of this age^buried^past living factors in our present life. They are not in sympathy^with men of good minds and good civic morality. Indirect terms and plain words Mr. Roosevelt denounces all^those who oppose ^government by injunction^ as cannibals, bar^^barians and anarchists, and this violent and sweeping stigma em^^braces the whole organized movement of labor, every man, woman^and child that wears the badge of union labor in the United States.^It is not strange in the light of these facts that the national congress,^under President Roosevelt's administration, suppresses anti-injunc^^tion and eight-hour bills and all other measures favored by labor and^resisted by capital. No stronger or more convincing proof is required^of Mr. Roosevelt's allegiance to capital and opposition to labor, nor^of the class struggle, and class rule which ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 August 1904

f MMtNfOFOR NERVOUSNESS BeOat Ever Cured by its U.e^Pro^^duces Nervou.ne.s.^^a* night a- well take whiskey for^alcoholism as to take arsenic^^ness. Arsenic la any form^Si mi mr+ to produce nervousness an^a* usHtam of whiskey it sure to pro-^aac* tfmakentiehs ra^alc will not cure nervousness.^#. w^8 produce nervousness. No one^^ma ^rr^r cured of nervousness by arse-^^Ac fbousands have been made ner^eees ay arsenic. Thousands more will^aervou. by arsenic Yet the^i go Tight on prescribing arsenic^vousness.^are various preparations of^known by a great many dif^^Mam; amines^Arscalc is death to the nervous ays^Arsenic produces bloodless nerve^causes the nerves to tingle.^' and quiver. willmake hysterical babies^strongest athletes . It will con-^wholesome, healthy woman Into^it, puling, faded invalid,^aw doctors were obliged to take^kt themselves long enough to dls-^sy personal experience the di*-^iditfom It is sure to produce,^probably would then quit admin^It to their patients. B'lt It I...

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