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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 March 1907

MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. MANIFESTOOF STRIK^^ING TELEPHONE GIRLS RockyBell Mountain Bell Tele^^phone Declared Unfair Helena,Mont., March 12, 1907.^TO THE PEOPLE OK MONTANA: Rometime ago the Montana Federa^^tion of Labor began to organize the^girls in the employ of the telephone^companies throughout the state of^Montana, recognizing that the mission^of the trades unions is to uplift and^aid those who are so unfortunate as^to be unable physically or economical^^ly to help themselves, and cspecislly^is this condition prevslent among the^class of employes in the telephone ex^^change. On account of tho weaker^nature of the sex impositions are heap^^ed upon ibem by the unstVupulouM^managers of these corporations, who^are ever over zealou* in the interests^of their masters. Tradesunions are sometimes designa^^ted as labor trusts, yet all our efforts^lead to that goal which eventually^means the emancipation of the produc^^ers from abject slavery. It should be^our aim to help all regard...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 March 1907

MONTANA NKW8, HKI.KNA, MONTANA. State Department Mabiestmls another subscription fromtho upper Yrllowstone country.. Socialistsl^o sure t^^ register or you 1 Comrade Caulfield sends in $5 for^cannot vote.duefor ll^'al Missoula. TlieMin.rs' Unioa at .lardine sends^an ordit for a l.midle for one year. JohnPowers, of Hillings, tend* in^*9 for local dues and orders $5 of^Subscript inn curds. Cuinrade Joseph Mangur, of Butte, Austin,of Neihart. gets in on the orders twelve copiea of ^Machine Pol-^^ubscripti Mi list to get the up-to-date itics.^^news fr^ ^ Idaho. ComradeHolly is doing good work^at ltuthdruai, Idaho. Comrade Coster is sending in sub-^tfcsjnli Quandt, the secretary af|llH|Mlal from different postoffices in^the central committee in Bntte, sends Northern llontana.^in $25 for campaign material. ^- Hans Provost of Helena, orders a ComradeSanders, of Diet*, Wyom- bundle for distribution during the^bag sends in a list of six subscribers ' spring campaign at Idaho Falls. anda big ...

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 March 1907

MONTANANEWS. Abolishthe Capi^^talist System Utamatorltftl Libra** OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA VOL.V. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 21 1907. NO.19. Defendants inCourt JudgeWood Rules Against Defense^^Greatest Trial in History of^Organized Labor Is Begun imecisJto too Montana Newt. Caldwell,Idaho, March 18, 1^07.^At the opening of the court this^Horning It wa* announced that the re^^mittitur had arrived from the supreme^court relative to the appeal. All three^defendant* were in court with their^attorney and the attorneys for the pro-^aeention were present. Judge Fremont^Wood was la the chair. The morning^session was oeeupied with the arguing^of points of law. Attorney Richard-^eon argued the motion made by the^defense to dismiss the ease. Nine^cause* were specified and dates given^when the defense were ready for trial^Senator Borah answered the prosecu^^tion. He argued that circumstances^might have arisen as conviction, which^would have made the decision of t...

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 March 1907

V MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA N1WR u4Published by ^^^^ ^*oiaile^^Party y Man tan*. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFTJCK3 2 PARK AVE. P. O. ^OX Qo8 Baieradat lha Hoat Ulfica for iraaam.nmn^tkroaah thr nail at aecond clasa rate*. AAVJreasall comitiunieatiooi anil aaakr all^^sear varaMc to the Montana Nrwa. BwslnoasManaser. Jamaa D. Grahim.^Slftlta Saoratavry. IDACROUCH HAZLETT Mm SUBSCRIPTIONS OaaTear Soc laMonths 25c Onecent per copy in handlea tp ta SBO Nationalklrad^|uartrr^. Mahloa Barnes. Sec^^retary. Rismo XXV.W2. Koylaton Itldc. lVar-^tora St.. Chiraco. III. StateHeadquarter*. Jaa. IV t.rjhm Secre^^tary. 2- Par^ a^WMi Helena. Moat. 5TATECABINET GeorgeAanbrOM^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesletler^T. J. Ronney ButteBillings Chicof.reat Falls^Ltl ir.gstnn THE CONTEMPTIBLE ATTITUDE^OF A CRAVEN HEARTED SCAB Thecontemptible attitude of the^H. I on.1 111.1. |^ 'tit is visibly demon^^strated in its various reports of the^MovcrHavwood ease. In ita iaaue of impendingcrash of their rotten ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 March 1907

MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 3 THEARMY OF MEN Hackin the dark beginning, mutely wobore our chain*^^Plowmen of Egypt, herdsmen oa the Assyrianplain*,^('aught in each wave of conquest, oft' fromour kinsmen torn,^Under the alien captains, region to re gioaborn*. Oreeoewith her life of beauty, stood onour servile toil^Pair was the bloom of Helus. black SfTi tlf helot soil;^^: ^^ i i i her V^rio^i^ r-^^i:;^^^! us, t(iiur^l- i hoy hsvdj rs- -th^e^f ft I -^ -.c , found 'ier hirelings, '(^I^ I ;t!^ the | ride of -t.en. ThenH ioiiv{h the tv. ilight agsSS, north^^ward our HiimmonM ran, Northward:i^lvutieeil the army, west-^ward the youthful van. Mappingthe walla of Custom, holda of^the ancient wronga, StunningOppressions' castles, loosing^the captive*' thong*. Fpfrom the far horizon, bounding re cordedthing*.^Out of the night of bondage, under thepriest* and kings.^Into the twilight ages, we marched untilnow the, day^Oswna on the lands our fathers had dreamedthat our son* would sway. SOLDIE...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 March 1907

MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. SideLights onthe Trial MakingLaws to Suit Prosecution ^^Gooding and His Body Guard^Ida Crouch-Hazlett. by Caldwell,Idaho, Uarch 13 ^Perhaps^the chief feature that will make the^Murcrliay wui^tl case historic is the^part the go\ituMieut bus ptajea1 iu the^matter fruui the btginuing. The gov^^ernor of the date, supposed to be a^iraMMh 1 l,itr,.v- u presecuting^vuuipUiuaut Hi) boast that the men^would uever leave Idaho alive, before^auT trial, loaves do room for bis recog^^nition m an unprejudiced party. Sen^^ator Hurah is SB* of the leading attor^^ney* for the prosecutiou. Indeed, we^La\e beeu informed privately that he^i* the real push behind Gooding, and^that Gooding It a mere puppet in his^hands. liorah tells Gooding what to^do, makes all the plana, but he is^skulking behind the governor so far^in rvsponsibiiitt is concerned. The^legislature is controlled entirely by^Itorab and Gooding. Its appropriation^of fliU.IHHI on thi* MM has already^been noted....

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 March 1907

MONTANA NEWS, HELENA. MONTANA. MalcolmGeorge O'Malley SOCIALST CANDIDATE FOR HAYOR Socialist Nominees Butte'sCandidates Been Tried and^Not Found Wanting^O'Malley^Fought for Labor theyaxe so bitterly hated by the cor^^poration element. TheInviolable Rule Theone rule of action that ia held^as inviolable with aocialiata every^^where ia thii: ^la it in the intereat^of the working class f If ao, we favor^it. If against the intereat of the^working class we are opposed to it.^^The official who does not govern bia^action* by this rule will be ouated from^office. No other p*rty on earth haa^ever given this pledge to the working^class and the working class ia begin^^ning to recognize and appreciate it. SUPPOSEA SOCIALIST SUCCEEDEDPEABODT7 WouldMoyer, Haywood and Pettibone^Have Been Kidnaped^- Republicans^and Democrats Sent Militiamen^So^^cialists Sent Money Which Is Tour^Friend Whenthe fight in Colorado was on allylarge and somewhat of a personal vvote. Thepresent gain of 75 per cent dem-^ona...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 March 1907

MONTANA NEWS, HKLENA, MONTANA. StateDepartment Bemn to register I Watchthe vote being eountedt mattn f, quilts and blankets, for no sheetsare used in this house of 8weet Charity. Most of those bed clothes 1 have been in use here, so 1 am in- omraileQuandt of Butte sends m formed, for the past ten Tears. I in tansubscriptions an 1 $26 for earn- agine then, if you can, what a sight paignmaterial.to the eye and what an offense to the ,smell they must bo. Splotches of blood Com.Ifcliugh of Butte sends in aDd coruption cover them, they are sightyearly subscriptions and promises stiff with filth and the spew of dying 'consumptive patients and the festering soresof others. And what about the The daily papers are not printing care of those that still persist in liv- meehon the Idaho trial. Better read ing whilst running this terrible gaunt tfcesocialist papers and keep posted. let! They care for themselves as best ias they can. One of the patients who JohnFodness of Chieo sends in six nm(j ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 March 1907

4. Vto tor the Party^uC Your CUM MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOLV. HKLKNAMONTANA. THURSDAY, MARCH 28 1907. NO.20. Courtat Caldwell Arguefor Change of Venue^Richard^^son Gives Prosecution Sledge V HammerBlows Caldwell,Ida., March 21.^The u|UmdU by counsel oa the^aeestioa of removing the trial of^Muyer, Haywood and l'ettibone to^mm other -county beeidee that of^Canyon, where the erime was commit^^ted, cloaed In Judge Wood'a court this^afternoon about 3 P. M., and the judge^tok tha motion under adviaement until^Monday morning next. Thia motion^^a a chaaga of venue haa coniumed 4^day*. Tha aourt room haa bean crowd-^ad at every aaaaion. It is a remark-^agle fact that the onlookers are com-^poeed ,'ilp ott entirely of the working^elaae. Tiny have nn expreaaion on^their as though to aay, ^Here is where^wa have an intereat. Our class ia on^trial. Here ia where we become a so-^aial factor.'' The jury venire sum^^moned for ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 March 1907

I MONTANA NEWS. HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. and PuMtahwl by tha Saolaliat Party^^/ Man tana. ISSUEDWKEKLV. OrriCE22PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 (tared at thr Pant Often tor traaaia.aalon Urornihthe mail at second claa* rata*. Addrasaall MaMMMaMtaMM and make all^aaoaer payable t^ the Montana Newa. BuaSnassManager. Jamaa D. Graham.^Stavta Sacretavry. IDACROVCH HAZLETT^HIM SUBSCRIPTIONS. OaaYaar IH IBMonths ISc Oneceat pet oopt in rtundlea up tu 500 NationalHcolmiariciMalilon Haraea. Sen:-^rataiy. Kooni 300-JO2. HoyUtun Hid*.. Ma*^mom Si . I kicaujaVi In. StateHrai1iuart^-ra. Jaa. D. Craham. Secre^^tary. 22 i'aik A^eiiae. Deleaa. Mont. STATECABINET ButteHillings^CMco^(ireat Falls GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesletler^T. J. Rooney Livingston NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMIT^^TEE. Themeeting of the newly-elected^National BmcmUm eomssittee took^plaee M .r. li I :i, and the part/ has an^opportunity to judge of what it* of laborbo called, an opportunity would^have been presented th...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 March 1907

MONTANANEW8, HELENA, MONTANA. International NationalNews Women'sClubs TheExecutive Committee of the Or^^ganization of the Sosialist Youth has^published a manifwto which nails on therecruits not to let themselves be enteredin the second category of^soldier*, which is a privileged order^ami for which lots are drawn. This is^intended to show the strength of the^Socialist protest against militarism,^aud above all, the influence of the So^^cialist movement in the ranks. The^I'urty Executive tias approved of the^plan B^ well as the ^Avanti.^ Since^the manifesto was published the com^^rades whose names were attached to^it have been shadowed continuously bydetectives. Inview of the hue and cry that is^uow being raised over the scandalous^condition of the Italian railways in^the ^Times^ and other capitalist pa^^pers, it is interesting to see the UaV^pnrtial report sent by the Koman cor^rcHpondent of the ^ Arbciter Zeitung.^^Comrade Oda Olberg writes, what is^well known, thut the state of the...

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 March 1907

MONTANA NEW8, HELENA. MONTANA. SideLights onthe Trial OrhardContemplated Suicide^Now^Treated as a Prince^Mine^Owners After Haywood Throughthe machinations of the I year, while the officer* of the West^capitalist press the public haa almost ^^rn Federation of Minora have beeu forgottenthe fiend who did the deed.^Although implicating himself in the^sains crime, the admitted principal^ta relegated to the rear when it comes^to pumsnmeut This miserable wretch^th* tool of the tireat Conspiracy^that vibrates through this mountain^air, of men against the labor that^fssds and cloths them, this Judas al^i**dy damned, aa Is well known to the^nai ^inner circle,'' a broadcloth one^giving bin star chamber bosses the^slip after all, from sheer physical and^mental ability to carry on his part,^lie had become a |^rey to bis own de-^guseralo mental images, and had be^MM M fearful and despondent, that^cxUtttuce was a misery to him, and^he had decided on taking bis life. He^got bold of some arsenic and...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 March 1907

MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 5 Courtat Caldwell (Continuedfrom page 1) fendantaand each of them in aaid^Canyon county; that aaid prejudice ia^^o atrong and the belief that aaid de^^fendant* are guilty of the murder of^^aid Steunenberg, ao general among^the citizena of aaid county, aa to die-^qualify them from aerving aa jurora^in the trial of defendants; that a^fair and impartial jury cannot be ae-^eured and aaid county to try aaid de-^fendanta,and that defendanta cannot^have a fair and impartial trial in aaid^aounty. OtherForma. Hhorterform aflidavita were usod^to fit particular coies, one form being^ased by those who had worked aa^agents for the defense in getting affi^^davits from others. One from C. A.^Johnson, one of the hardest workers^in this line during the past year, is^sample. .Inlmson affirms that he has^made a hard canvass; has interviewed^about IN persons; that he secured^from that number about 60 affidavits^and that about 200 more persona had^told him they were aware...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 March 1907

MONTANA NBW8. HKLKWA, MONTANA. |^ State Department Have70a registered! mtikthe vols being sounSsd. Machine Politics^ is a i^a cent^^ let that you should read. Uomruiit-Jiazlett is sending in a^^sober of subscriptions from Idaho. Seventhouaand additional subscrip-^are required to put the Naws oa^batter baaia. Poaaicottof Livingston aenda in 8^saba, an order for job work, and a^donation to the equipment fond. Thecirculation in Wyoming ia going^an in great style. Wyoming poatof-^flans are being added to the liat eaah^weak. LaaalLivingston ia having a large^nasality of campaign material printed^ia tke job department of the Newa. Oomradellaalett ia to give a aeriea^of lectures laatiag one week in Boise,^laaho After that abe will fill a num^^ber of date* in aouthern Idaho. Sixteenthouaand piecee of campaign^material left the Montana Newa^last week, to be used ia the so^list campaign of Butte. Jadgiagfrom the way aubacriptiona^are aoming in from the small precinct*^tkroaghout the atate the...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 April 1907

Votetor the Party^of Your Clui MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System YOL.V. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL \ 1907. NO.XL InBoisC1**^ Prison HowPrisoners Use their Time^An^Interview With Moyer and^Haywood in Jail Behindthe Bars. Theguard turned tho key, the iron^doors clanked on their hinges ami I^stood in the midst of a ground floor^room in the Ada county jail, shaking^hands with Haywood, (ioldcn sun^^bine flooded the apart meat, the win^^dows out upon the beautiful grassy^sward of the courthouse lawn, tho^room was large and comfortable, even^to a rocking chair, which was hospi^^tably tendered me, books and writing^materials were on the table, and I^^well, I was relieved Stonewalls do not a prison tnnke. Noriron bars a cage. Those wen- my tirst words. Ha)^wood smiled when I ^aid them. Yes,^he replied, ^I could have^repi -sited tln-iii for yon. TheAda county court Ionise stands^in the midst of a beautiful square, in^certainly...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 April 1907

2 MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. mad^^d PuUtoh*4 by th*^Party 0/ Montana. Soclallat ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICE2 2 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Kateredat the I*o^i Office for traiMm.Mioii^throata the mall at ^econd cUh^ rat^a. AditrpMKall tSfBBMMalCetbMS and make^loner payable to the Montana Nrwa. all SualnaaaManager. Jamaa D. Strut*Ski rotiviv GraNam. IDACROVCH HA2LETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: 0mYaar 5oc tiMontha 15c Onecent oer copy in bundle* up to 500 Nationalrtcadqnarterv Mahlon Hainea. Sec^^retary. Room 30iv.v:, HoyUton HI.1. Hear^Worn St.. Chicago. III. StateHeadquarter*. Jaa. I). (^raham. Secre^^tary, l'aik Avrnur Helena. Mont. STATECABINET RutteMillings^Chico^^ I rc.it Falls^Livingston GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney Duringthe month of Marcli the^Montana News printo.l more telegratih^ie news from Usbs rSSStsBg to the^trial than any other ^mIbJM paper ex-^gating none aiel it is safe to say thiit^the Montana News has printed mor^^relating to ...

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

MONTANA NKWS, 1IKLKNA, MONTANA. ALLHAIL DEMOCRACY. Weare coming, we are coming,^Coining nearer to our own, Anilthe kings b^^gin to tremble,^In the mark and on the throne, Aethey gee Great Demoa coming,^Clothed in Power before unknown. Foldyour battle flag, ^^, kings! Weunfurl the sign of truth;^Kuler, take your cvilg with you, Wosubmit te no abuse.^For we toil for Love and Duty Notfor profit, but fur pee. Silence,tyrants! Peace, our masters! 'Tisthe people's turn to sing;^Peals of music, bursts of gladnoss, Fromthe hills nnd valleys ring:^We are coining, we are comiu, Dennisis the crowned king! Weare coining, we are coining. Comingnearer to onr own;^^Nut a soldier,^ cries the Duma, Nora kopek to the throne;^Dennis. Demos has arisen, Dennisreigns and reigns alone. Harry Toogood in Labor Ijeader. \National News \wwvwvwv\ww%vwwv International w^%ww^%%ww%%^w%^%%%-WW Resolutionby Local Seattle, Wash. Whereasthe V K. ('. has set usiil'^WaNhingtnn. Oregon. Montana and^Idaho as an agitation...

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

MONTANA NWWS, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department Local8tever.svil!^^ semis in $3 for CotnraiioPuliort of^1.70 for local dues. BtorkBonds in TheButte WmllllMl'l union sends^la an order for fifty copies for one^ftM. ThePat^MM LmbllH^I union in^Missoula county OfifS a bundle of^thirty copies for one year. Subscriptionsare rolling from Butte^by i v.tv mail. Good work is being^done in that camp. Rushin the subs, get your neigh^bors, shopinates and fellow workers to^reading the latest and fullest accounts^of the Idaho trial. Anold time Scotch radical paid the^office a visit, renewed his subscriptinn^anil made a donation to the equipment^fund. Women'sClub of Great Falls will^give an entertainment and dance at^Conrad hall April 11th. Proceeds to^apply on socialist propaganda. Lewistown,March l^. 190^.^Montana Xews^The telephone strike^was considered this afternoon by the^bnsinesMiien and citizens of Lewistown^and the appearance of some disinter^ested parties and the union nun caused^it to be...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 April 1907

Votetor the Party^of Your CI am MONTANANEWS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.V. HKLKNAMONTANA. THURSDAY, APRIL 11 1907. NO.t^. Violation ofLaw GirlsBrought into State in Violation^of Law^Sheriff Intimidates Girls^by Attaching their Clothes Onthe first of the month the Helena^Cooka' and Waitera' Union ma^le a^demand for an eight hour day. Sofar only three establishments^complied with tho demand, namely the^Helena Chop Houae, the Central Beer^Hall Restaurant and the (lem Reatau-^rant. Themanagement of the Orandon^Hotel would not listen to any over^^tures from the union. Rich men and^snubs always ignore the plain written^law. It is a crime under the statutes^of Montana to import outside labor^into the state while a strike is in^operation. Themanager of On- Orandon Hotel^laughed at statutory enactments and^in plain violation of a Montana statute^hired a number of waiters in the eity^of St. Paul at a wage scale of $25.00^per month wi...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 April 1907

/ MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. OwiMiMid Published by ^*^ S^oUU^^^P^r1v o^ M^nlMI^. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICE22 PARK AVE. F. O. BOX 908 Katared at the Po^t office for MWMlM^throngh the mail at aecnml claw ratea. ASdreie.all romniunicanona and make all^parable !^ the Montana New*. whi h his desires took the form of a^dream which was so beautiful and con Holingto htm that be had it put in print. TheKissing Hug will never recover^from the neit jar the socialist vote^will give it. oilnnaiManager. JimM D. Grartam.^Stttte Sacratavry. IDACROUCH HAZIXIT SUBSCRIPTIONS, OaaYear * laMonths Mc Oneceal per cwpv in 11ap to M NationalHeadquarter*. Mahlon llarnea. Sec^^retary Roobb 30O-3O2. Boylatoa Bldg.. IVar-^kura St.. Chicago. III. StateHeadqnarti'ia. Jaa. D. l.raham. Secre^^tary. 22 Parh ATenoe. Helena. Moat. STATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleiler^T. J. Rooney ButteHillings^Chico^Creat Falls^Livingston Twot hi man ml copies of the Montana^News of March 2...

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