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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 February 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 3 OHEI8TU8ORUOIFIXTTJB (Written(or Swastika.)^By Margaret Mclvor Tyndall Wasit for this, O homeless Christ^Thy hour of grief; the waiting cross I Waait for this, thou aacrifieed Thyyoung heart'a blood; nor held^it loae! Waait for thist Thatlofty domea, cathedral ipirea^Lift their proud heada to earth's^blue aky Thatrich-robed priests feed altar fires,^While Thy loved poor are left to diet^Was it for thisf Waaif for this, Ogentle soul, Thycruel fate;the mob's hoarse^cry! Waait for this thebitter howl, Theblinded hate that bade Thee^die! Wasit for thisf Thatin Thy name, we see misspent^Contemptuous alms as silence-toll^To still the groans of discontent^When hushed alarms like thunders^roll! WhsIt for thist Oh,poor, despised, pariah Jew! Howsad Thy life! how vain Thy^fame! Eachday Thou'rt crucified anew,^By tlioso who fain would claim Thy^name! BranchTurtle Creek, Allegheny^county, Pa., will open permanent head^^quarters in the near future. More^dates have...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 February 1907

MONTANA.NBW8, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department Jointhe Party. ComradeQuandt sends $2.55 per^kpita tax for Loral Butte. ComradeHenry Hagen of Fort Ben^^ton sends $3 and 6 aubs to the New*. ComradeAlfred Lampe sends $6 for^due stamps for the Finn local at Belt. ComradeMrs. Ballinger of Red^Lodge sends in a dollar for sub cards. ComradePiatt sends in $14.50, dues^for Local Como, 8 members 1 year, and^S subscriptions. SteveLasich of Chestnut sends $2,^one dollar for last year's subscription,^and one for this year's. ComradeJohn A. Rhoades has been^elected secretary of Local Lewistown.^He sends in $6 for due stamps. ComradeG. M. McDermott of Great^Falls sends a comradely communica^^tion: ^Enclosed find an order for $2;^one dollar for renewal, and one dollar^for where it will do the most good. ComradeSimpson, alderman from^Livingston, spent a few days in Helena^last week. He was looking over the^News situation, and seeing whst was^wanted with a view to devising ways^and means for better ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 February 1907

Vetotor t he Party^of Your C la a* MONTANANEWS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOLV. HELENAMONTANA. THUKXOAY. KKMUJAKY 21 1907. NO.16. Hel^%s Strikes TelephoneGirls, Carmen, Linemen and^Electrical Workers Demand Short^^er Hours and Longer Pay ASTUDY OF WYOMING'S SENATE Thiabaa been a week of atrikea in^the northwest industrial world. Mon^^day morning at 10 o'clock the tel^^ephone girls went out in Helena.^Their houra have been long and the^work particularly arduous and con^^fining. There were girla that were^getting $10 a month on half time. The^beat paid received only $1.20 a day.^It takes a dollar a day to live in^Helena, and 20 cents must suffice for^elothea and laundry. The girls show^a good firm spirit arc determined, and^when the superintendent tried to bull^^doze them referred him to their presi^^dent, Miss Briscoe. No satisfaction^has yet been received from the com^^pany. ThedemandH are an intfrenfee in^wagea of $.r^0 and $...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 February 1907

MONTANAKPWa, HELENA, MOWTAMA. THEMONTANA NBW8. u4PubUahwa br Mm Saoaallat^Party y Woman* ISSUEDWKIKLY. OniCI3 2 PARK AVI. P. O. BOX 908 amart at tb. Poat Oflc* for traaaa*.aaloa^throneh the mail at aerond elaai rataa. AUtwall commaaicatlona and atake all^aoaaj payable 10 the Montana Newt. Manager.Jams* D. Graham.^Stavta Saoratavry. IDACROVCH HAZLEIT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS. OaaTaarSoc 'U Month. ISc Onecent per copy in bund lea up to 500 NationalHeadquarter*. Mataloa Barnea. Sec^ratary. Room 300-302. Bojrlaton Bldf.. Dear-^tor r St.. Chicaco. III. StateHeadqaarters. Jaa. D. Craaam. Secre^^tary. 22 Park Avenue. Helena. Mont. 5TATECABINET.^George Ambrose - - Butte JohnHome^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney BillingsChico^Great Falls^Livingston TRADES (ra^SSyl COUNCIL IdaCrouch-Hazlett, editor of the^Montana News, is open for lecture^dates between Helena and Caldwell,^Idaho. Write the Montana News^for terms and dates. IT'SA GOOD THING, HELP IT^ALONG. TheSocialist Voice give* apace 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. — 21 February 1907

MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA. 3 SenatorialConsequences. orA Glimpse into American Politics.^A Ttannp.rn.tion (...m Qllb*rt. SenatorI lush was as food as fold;^He always did at the railroad told.^He never asked if a thing wai just,^Or cave offence to the Sugar Trust;^He never sniffed at the tainted dough^Which lobbyists dropped in hit hand^of snow, Henever tquealed when the gang keptstill,^Or stood in the way of a landgrab bill Andthe consequence was he ad^^vanced in station. Anddied at the head of a corpora^^tion. SenatorGrowl was a naughty boy;^To Start reforms was his chiefest joy^He wouldn't vote as his Bostdecreed;^He wouldn't pander to private greed;^He said rude things to the Wall Street^man Whenhe came around with the white wathcan;^And he often wrote, with a fiendish gall, Thoushalt not steal^ on the Sen^^ate wall; Andthe consequence wat when his termwas over.^He faded back to the tall, tall clover. WallaceIrwin in ^Life. SOLDIERSOF THE REVOLUTION Weare the children of the w...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 February 1907

MONTANANlfWS, HF.LBWA, MONT.1MA. State Department IdaCroueh Hazlett will report the trial of Moyer, Haywood and Petti^bone, troin Idaho. She leaves Helena the 27th, and will apeak at a nun.^ber of points en route. The socialist preaa will be fully represented at^at this historir judicial criaia of the working class. Debs will report the^trial for the ^Appeal to Reason^ and the ^Chicago Socialist^^ Upton^Sinclair for ^Wilshire'a,^ Dr. Titus for the ^Seattle Socialist,^ and^Mrs. Hazlett for the ^Montana News.^ A telegraphic report will be^Bent in up to the latest possible time before going to press. The News^will thus furnish the earliest correct report of the trial that will reach Mon^^tana. Montana socialists should seo that the paper is spread all over the^atate. We must develop socialist a ctivity at home. During March will^also be the time when the cities are carrying on their spring campaign.^They should make ample use of th e News. It is their paper. It be^^longs to the State S...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 February 1907

V MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OT MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOLV. HELENAMONTANA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 28 1907. NO.16 StrikeSettled VictoriousHello vm^gsgs. Work^With All Points Gained^Unions^Effect Settlement Thestrike of the Rocky Mountain^Bell telephone girls was settled last^Saturday with a complete victory for^the girls. Thestrike lasted five days and dur^^ing such time the manager gave out^the statement that there wan nothing^to be done, if the girls did not return^to work, new girls would be employed.^But the manager did not attempt to^earry out his threat as he was aware^that an attempt to do such meant a^spread of the strike to other points^throughout the statt. Variousattempts were made to^settle the trouble and a compromise^was offered the girls that they return^to work at the rate of $41.00 per week,^which was rejected by the girls. OnSaturday morning the Montana^Federation of Labor handed the tel^^ephone company an ultimatum, to the^e...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 February 1907

MONTANANhJW*. UKUEMA. MOWTAHJl THEMONTANA NEWS. analPvibllaKod by the Soola.U.^^Party ^f Monl^n^. ISSUIRWEEKLY. OrriCE22 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX Qo8 attha Pott OBce for traa^m.aaioa^throack th^ mail at ttrrond claaa ratm. Aadreoaall commnniratlona and auks all^amoner payable to thr Montana New*. ualnaaaManagar. Jamaa D. StavtaSaorataviy. GraKam. idacrovch-hazlett^MMM SUBSCRIPTIONS!OaaYear Soc tlxMi mi tha ^c Onecent per copy m buadlea up to 500 NationalHeadquarter*. Mali Ion Barnea. Sec^^retary. Room 300-302. Boyiaton Bid*.. Dear^born St.. Chicaao. III. StateHsadqnartera. Jaa. D. Graham. Secre^^tary. 22 Park Axenue. Belena. Mont. STATECABINET. GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston majorpart of his product is taken^from him by the employer, and he is^leit the residue in the aitape of wages. Theargument tor this position is^Marx' analysis that wages, or the priceof the labor power of the worker^is, barring accidental ci...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 February 1907

MONTANANKW8, HKLKNA, MONTANA. 3 OLDAGE. Itla too latel Ah! nothing is too late^Till the tired heart shall cease to pal^^pitate. Catolearned Oreek at eighty, Soph-^MM Wrotehis grand Oedipna, and Simon^ides Bore^^ff the prise of Terse from his^compeers, Wheneach had numbered more than fourscore years;^And Theophrastus at four score and ten Had but begun his ^Characters of^lien. Chaucer,at Woodstock with the night^^ingales, At siitr wrote the ^Canterbury^Tales. Goethe,at Weimar, toling to the last,^Completed ^Faust^ when eighty years^were past. What,then! Shall we sit idle down^and say Thenight has come; it is no longer^day! Thenight has not yet eome; we are^not quite Cutoff from labor by the falling light;^Something remains for us to do or^dare, Eventhe oldest trees some fruit may^bear. Forage is opportunity no less^The youth itself, though in another^dress; Andas the evening twilight fades^away Thesky is Hilled with stars, invisible^by day. Longfellow. NationalNews FredMerrick ,the r...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 February 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA StateDepartment TheMontana News will receive telegraphic dispatches from Caldwell dur-^iag the trial of Mover, Haywood anil IVttibono and will print the latest^ap to the time of going to preu. Thereby giving to its readers in Mon^tana and surrounding state* the earliest news and details of the trial. TheNews will be the only paper published in Montana that will hare^^ special reporter at the trial. TheNews will be enlarged during the month of March and will give^Special attcnttion to the municipal campaigns, thereby making itself a val^^uable and ^'fficiont propaganda sheet. Theparty members, ward and central committees should make special^efforts t.) iccure a large number of subscription's as soon as possible in^^rder that ^he workers may be reading those issues of the News covering^the trial. Rememtterthe Montana News for March will be something that all^party members in Montana will be proud of. Therefore do all you can to^increase iJts circulation, t...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 March 1907

Vte for the Party^of Your CUum MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System TOL.V. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCB 7 1907. NO.17. AdamsTrial _iTR(flL DELAYED ASham SPECIALTO THE JTONT sNA NEWS. AttorneysSay Case Is Only to Pre*^pare Way to Convict Moyer,^Haywood and Pettibone Wallace,Idaho, Feb. 27. Thesosrt house wm packed to the^doors this afternoon when Steve Ad-^Mi, defendant in the murder trial^which involve* the approaching trial^of Mover, Haywood and Pettibone for^th^ murder of Ex-Oovernor Steunen-^berg, welt on the witness aland in^hia own behalf. Adamswas examined with the great-^^at detail regarding hia past life. The^witness teatifled that he had joined^the Altman Miners' Union No. 19,^branch of the Western Federation,^while at Independence in 1901. He^had married Mri. Adams at Tclluridc^and immediately after marriage went^back to Independence, where he wail^arrested for dynamiting the abaft of^the Indicator mine. He waa ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 March 1907

MONTANANWS, HELENA MONT AH A. THEMONTANA NEWS. uiPxi^lt*H**' by th* So. i^U.t^Party ^/ Monun*. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OITICIa J* PARK AVE. f. O. BOX 908 attn* Post Otjce for tra^**^.aaloa^thromih the mail at iwcond data rate*. Addressall communications and make all^i^jr parable to the Montana News. Manas*r.Jam** D. Graham.^Stevt* S*or*t*vry. IDACKOVCH-HAZLXTT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS, OneTear SB* laMonth* BSi Onecent per copy in bundles up to 500 NationalHcadqoartrr*. Mahlon Karnes. Sec^r*Ury. Koora 300-302. Koylatoti Bid*.. Dear^torn St.. Caicaao. III. ButeHeadonartera. Ja*. D. Graham. Secre-^ttry. 22 Park Arenne. Helena. Mont. STATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney HutteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston THECITY ELECTIONS. Duringthis month all over Montana^nomination* will be made for city^mayors and aldermen. Thisis a socialist year, and every^socialist in the state should see to^it that there must lie elected aa many^socialists as possible. Theday of...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 March 1907

MOTH*ANAMEWS, MELBICA, MONTANA 3 ACRY FROM THE OHETTO.^From the Yiddish of Morris Bosenfeld. Theroaring of the wheels has filled my^ears, The dashing of the clamor shut iii la; Myself,my soul, la casus^ disappears, 1cannot think or feel amid the din.^Toiling and toiling and toiling^endless^toil. Forwhomf Kor what! Why should^the- work be donet^1 do nut ask, or know. I only toil. I work until tin- May nml night are line. The^ lack :itn^\ mi' tii kH away the day.^ltd hand are spinning, spinning, like^th^^ wheel*.^It MUSl sleep St for a inomcnt stay,^It is a thing like me. and does not^feel, Itthrobs as tho' my heart were beat^^ing there^^A heart f My heart f 1 know not^what it means. Thedock tieks, anil below I strive and^stare Amiso we lose the hour. We are^machines. N'uoncalls a truce, mi ending to the^sound,^As if a battle^stayed^^A bloody field! The^around;^Tlii'ir wounds cry out^afraid. itcomes^the signal' S^^^men rise, Thevfight again, amid the roar thev^fight Rlindly and knowin...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 March 1907

MOWTAWAKBWSL BMLMHA, MOWTAHA. ALOCAL SOCIALIST PRESS Neverwm there a time when there^*u to much unharnessed Socialist^electricity in the air aa there is at the^present tuna. Ecouomic conditions and^the signs of the impending breaking^down of much of the body and fibre^of the capitalist system have mad* this^inevitable. But much of it is of the^^sheet lightning^ variety, instead of^the kind that can be put to effective^use in a definite direction. And there^is some thunder with it, too, and a^growing necessity iu non-Socialist^circles to appropriate some of that^thunder aud to disguise mid dilute it^fur capitalist party uses. The alarm^^ing ^liapro]^ortion between this Socia-^lism-in-the-air and the size of the^organized Socialist movement, con^^fronts us at every turn, and indicates^the magnitude of the work that lies^before us. The resistence to our prop^^aganda^that old. bsxd well, which^some of us who were in the movement^ten years ago, found ourselves running^u|^ against almost ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 March 1907

MONTANAKEWH, HELENA, MONTANA. ProtestDe^^monstrations GreatMeeting at Kendall^All Mines^Closed 24 Hours^Saloons and^Business Houses Close Alarge and enthusiastic protest^MM'ting whs held at Kendall on the^17th. The mines were elosed for 24^hours, as were all places of business^iBcluding snloonx. That is class spirit^with a vengeance. It also shows what^the workers can do when they are^awake and know what they want. M^P. Ilaggerty of Butte spoke.^Comrade Mct'abe made one of his re^^volutionary talks but it did not scare^the crowd. They seemed to like it.^Tfcexe talks are always entertaining as^well as instructive. He Is one of^those earnest men whose whole soul^If in the movement for economic li^^berty. ComradeDick Jones made a few^remarkM. Anything coming from^Comrade Dick is well received. He^is only a youth in the cause but would^there were more like him, earnest and^sfnrnre, always ready to aitsiet the^cause in any way, and he is one of^the future workers and talkers against^econ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 March 1907

MONTANANIW8, HELENA, MONTANA. thenews mm \m tml State Department Oomra.lcJones of Hamilton sends is^$$.90 for dues and subs. Coinriuli-Murk.- send* in #1.M for^dans fur 1907. OomradolVnnieott of Uvi igaton^Mads in 3 auba. ComradeMaury of Butte sends in^$1.30 for the News. ComradeNystrom of Harro sends^in $5 for a bunch of ten auba. ComradeBorgstodt came in from the^aoantry Saturday and subacribed for^the News. ComradeKoaa Pratton, financial sec^^retary of Local Dean, sends in $3 for^^tamps. TheButte primaries are to be held^March 4th, and the city convention^March 5th. ComradeCoster aenda $5.00 for sub^eards. He is burning up the heather^in that part of the country for subs. ComradeGriffith of Canyon Ferry^^ends in $2; $1 for sub and a dollar^for due*. ComradeKershner of Victor sends^in 5 subs, which were jrreatly apprec^^iated from that part of the country ComradeMidi ugh writes that Mc-^ttrady gave them a good address at^Butte Sunday night, the best he ever^heard from him. Areyou ...

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 March 1907

Vocetor the Party^of Your CUm MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.V. etto niitoiical UbtVf INAMONTANA. THURSDAY, MARCH 15 1907. NO.IK TelephoneTie-up General CompanyDiscriminates Against Union^at Billings^Girls Walk Out-^Strike Extends over State LABORJPUTTE Workes and Corporation Lin^^ing up Amalgamated Try^^ing to Divide Workers. Theoperator* of the Rocky Moun^^tain Boll Telcphon. company in six cit-^ia^ tf Montana have gone on a strike^and the patrons of the Ueophonee^in IM cities that are affected cannot^do any ringing itj^ Hid long distance^telephone eonnnunieation in the state^has been discontinued. Thetrouble started at Killings, when^tho president and vice-president of the^Tdephone Operators union were dis^^charged M Thursday of last week, for^belonging to the union and the rest^^f the girls quit work. Itseems that after the strike of the^Helena telephone girls that (ieneral^Manager Murry for the Teleidione^Co....

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 March 1907

MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. theMontana nrw anePvibli.rwxl by the Seoialls*^Party ^f Nmiui. issuedweekly. orriCEaapark ave. r. o. box 908 titnWat tba Host Oatca for HMMkVMtM^tare*Ik the mail at aerond claaa rate*. Addraaaall commnnirationa and make^toner payable to the Montana Newa. all Manager.Jamaa D. Graham.^Stcvt* Seoretavry. IDACROVCH-HAZLETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS! OaaTear SixMonth. Onecent per copy in bundlea bp to 500 Soc25c NationalHeadquarter*. Mahloa Barnee. Sec^^retary. Room 300-302. Boylaton Illd^.. I^ear-^bava St.. Chicago. III. SUteHeadqnartera. Jaa. D. Graham. Secre^^tary. 22 Park Ayenue. Helena. Mont. STATECABINET. ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesletler^T. J. Rooney Livingston TRADESCOUNCU. Whendays are ^lark and discourage^^ments tome thick and faat, when the^atar of hope is hidden under a cloud of^despair, when justice seema dead and^the wheels of progress stuck in the^mud of ignorance and superstition, if^aeetns to be...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 March 1907

MONTANAWUVfl, HELENA, MONTANA. BetterDays Arc Coming. Betterday* are coming, when the long nightbreaks at last,^And the Manellaiae goes ringing with thethousands filing |^Mt;^When men shall don the apron, and benot afraid to face^The anvil or the belching forge, for fearof claa* disgrace;^When regal purple ahull be naught, be^^tide the well won stain^Of honeet toil and work well done, and perilfaced and pain;^When honesty and toil shall take the Mi.'place at l^*-t of .hat^We now in stubborn Ignorance, deem worthyto bo sought^H.'ttrr day* are coining, when the worldaside siiiill tling^Tlio outworn Ihw that men ahnuld bo astigerH in the ring;^When men shall be as brother* and noone bu in distress,^The others shall not hold him down to helptheir business^^When hand clasps hand and eye meets eye,and words ring true, and not^With underlying motive, or deceii suhtlothought;^When aide by aide men labor, and when onehia share hns earned.^The othera will not seize it when they seehis back ia...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 March 1907

KOWTAHAKUm HSLBfA, WOWT A W A. INDUSTRIALSLAUOHTER Howthe Worker* Are Killed ClarenceII. Mark, agent of the spsc-^iftl employment bureau ol the Charity^Organization society of New York, has^thia to aay in a recent article regard-^lag ihe great aaerifiee of human life^and limb in the mills and factories of^ihe oountry: ifa email army or orer two thous^^and able bodied men were linea up on^ibu lake i'roul annually on January 1^and ruthlessly shot down by a com-^pauy of marksmen from i'ort Shondan,^^ Uicuguans wuud witness scones far^surpassing the Uaymarket riots. No or^4ar of Uncle Sam's legalizing such^wholesale slaughter for the purpose of^raising the standard of marksmanship^in the army would justify such wanton^destruction of human life. Vet the^citizens of Chicago permit about 2,180^of their fellows to die violent deaths^annually from causes within their con^troL inNew York ten men die by need^less accidents daily, or 3,654 yearly,^aot including homicides and suicides^The nation...

Publication Title: Montana News
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