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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 June 1907

MONTANA NEW8, HJSLKNA, MONTANA. APOEM^By Charlotte Perkins Oilman. Letevery man be given what he earna Wecry, and call it .just ire. And let^him have Theproduct of his labor and no more, ^ Orhuman wealth^Let every man ge given what he^makes, Theproduct of his labo, and no more,^Well, so to the farmer let us give^Corn, and still corn, and corn at last;^So to the graser, meat; the ilsher, fish;^Cloth to the weaver; to the mason,^walls; Andlet the writer sit and read his^books. ^ Wemean not his own labor in that^sense, Bnthis share in the work of other men,^As much of what they make as he can^buy, Infair exchange for labor of his own. ^ Ofail the learning of our patient years,^Of all the peace and smoothness) we havrwon,^Of ail the heaped up sciences and art*^And luxuries that man has ever made^He is to have what his own toil ean match. ^ Ofall the lands and brains and hearts^that toil, AndAll the world with riehea every day, Shallwe have naught of these bnt^what one man Cangive return...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 June 1907

stateDepartment ^ Localsecavtsjries acnd^lontuly report for May inyour JuliusBernard of Ravalli county^^nt bis renewal for one year. TheNewt wants more subs, have^you te^n your neighbor about nub^seribingf darkof 8t. Regit sends in two^^aba. Our circulation it bounding up^ta Missoula county. Howmany copiea of Machine Poli-^save you distributed in your^vieinityf Wehave had no duet from Fergus^^ounty for some time. What it the^Matter with the socialists over there! Whatare you doing to get the so^^cialists in your neighborhood into the^party. Do you expect to earry the^ae.it election without organisation f^Do not let a day go by without doing^something to advance the growth of^the tocialitt movement. ComradeFuller of Missoula writes:^^I have received the bundle of News,'^and have distributed them to best ad^^vantage, and hope for retultt toon. I^am sorry that I am not able to do more^for the cause. The Missnulian has^born having another one of its fits.'^The poor fools are only obeyin...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 June 1907

Votelor the Party^^f Your Cli MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Cap!^talist ^v-terr. VOL.V. Hi!forlaalr Jbfiry HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, H'NE 27 1907. Orchard's Bodyguard Starta Fight on Defenseless Man^Are Landed in Jail and Must Darrow's Statement PayHeavy Fine Boise,June 18.^The tables seem to be turning in^more ways than one in the city of^Boise. Thestar of the defense has been^steadily in the ascendant the last week,^not only in the court room, but also^about town, and today an incident oc^^curred that has tended to run the spir^^its of the blood and thunder blusterer*^about down in the vicinity of zero. Orchardhad just been taken in his^carriage with body guard of C armed^thugs from the court room to Attorney^Hawley's office. At the steps of the^court house W. Fry, a big miner, who^had been summoned from Silver City^to testify for the state but whose sym^^pathies are with the defense, asked^young Mr. Ilawley what was going^to be done a...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 June 1907

M(MY AM A MANEWS. bythe SooUlm^Pasty y Montana. ISSUIDWEEKLY. OmCIJJ FAKE AVE. P. O. BOX 908 attaa PmI OBca far tranaia.aaiod^tkrMwk IB* aail at aacond claaa rataa. ddraaaall caaiaaairatioaa and maka all^^mm aarabla to tba Haatana Newt. BuslaaaaMaoagar. Jamaa D. GraKatn.^8i^ta 9*or^tavry. IDACROVCH HAZLF ir VMCMPTIONSi OaaTear Soc SisMaatka JSc Oarraat par capv in t^undl^a ap ta 500 Nato^a' tfaaaaaartera. Mahtoa Haracn. Sec-^ratar^ Raaa 3SS-3S2. Boylaton Bids.. Dear^^born St.. Cklea^a. III. SlateBeadaaarter*. Jaa. D. Graham, Secre^^tary, 22 Park Araaae. Helena. Mant. STATECABINET GeorfeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston POSTALSEKVICE IN IDA IO. Thereis not the slightest doubt but^what th. 1 'I'k.Tton scret service has^penetrated almost every branch of the^federal government. Wehave had remarkable exemplifi^^cations of this state of affairs where-^errr a disturbed industrial situation^presented itself during the strik...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 June 1907

MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 8 UNDATS TO BR Com*lot us east off fooling, and put bycase and rest,^For the cause alone it worthy till the^good day a bring the beat. William Morris.^The poet sings of sunshine, Ofthe fair days yet to be,^When the reign of life's street perfec^^tions Shallstretch from sea to sea,^When hope in the heart will be living, Andlove in the heat so strong,^That the face of the bright creation Bhallsmile at the boast of wrong. Foryou and I shall be brothers, Andthe bounds of the dear old land^8hall echo a chant of triumph Thata child can understand;^And the waves of the pathless ocean, Andthe trees of the forest glade,^Shall join in the glorious anthem Andthe wonderful home re-made. Therewill be no place for the tyrant; Therewill be no need for the slave;^For the arrogant pride, greed and pas^^sion Shallgo down to a self-made grave.^And you and I, true kinsmen, Shallstand erect and know^That the land of a righteous freedom Hasbroken the spears of woe. Allsorro...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 June 1907

MUNTANA HVWii. HELENA. MONTANA. Stare Department TheNews want* more sub*, have^vos seen /out neighbor about sub-^Mribingf ComradePower* of Billings orders^a bundle of ten for ten weeks; for^propaganda purposes. HansProvost of Henela is distrib^^uting one hundred copies in Helena^^very Sunday. How many comrades^have a record like tbatf Howmany copies of Ifaeaine Poli^^tics have you distributed in your^Tistnityf Selbygets in good work and sends^in a big order for job work this time.^He is an advocate of keep the printer^busy. ComradeMrs. Decker of Dean sends^in a sub. J.W. Harkone sends in a list of five^subs from Butte. ComradeInderland of Lennep re^news his subscription for two years. JohnUhl of the Shields River eoun^try renews his subscription and #o^nates one dollar tc the Oreater Mon^tana News. ComradeMangus sends in four subs^from Phillipsburg. This is our first^break into that section of the stato.^Just watch us grow over there from^now on. Whatare ou doing to get a few subs^f...

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 July 1907

Vertsbr tb* Party^^f Y*ur Class MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishtkc Capi^^talist System VOLV. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 4 1907. NO.34. Defense latanistorissl Ll^rvn edUp Workof Combating Orchard's Testi^mony Under Way^Long Array^of Witnesses Boise,June 27. Thedefense is now well under way.^It does one good to see the Westorn^Federation men (rather in to go on^the stand and uphold their accused^brother! with one voice, an 1 the con^^sciousness of the far-reaching power^and necessity of their cause. And^they are such a bunch of stalwarts,^these undaunted western union men.^Many of th^^m have been shipped^from camp to camp through the ven-^ge: nee of the mine owners. Some of^them have been so bitterly pursued^by the emissaries of the employing^class that they hav^ Jeopardized their^freedom by coming here to testify,^and will probably be put under arrest^before they can leave town. Anda* one of them said, ^We are^all here to go to the river. ...

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 July 1907

AMA K1WB. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OrriCE3 3 PARK ATE. P. O. EOX Oo8 attke FmI Oaoa far tiaaam.Mina^tkra** b the mall at aacoaS claaa rata*. Adaraa*all r**iaaaicatle*a anS ^aka all^payable to tka Montana Nawa. M-rif| Jam** D. Grahanv.^lint* S*tratair. IDACROVCH HAZLETT VMCMPTIONSi OmaTaar5^c SixMeatkaMc Oaaoaat par copj la k* ad lee ap to 500 Natioaa.-Saaaeaarterii. atakloa Barone. 8ee-^ritt:r Reoa JWOH. Barlaton Bid*.. Dear^^born St.. Ckic***, 111. Sun^eadqaartam. Jan. D. Oraham. Secre-^tarr. n Park Amur. Heleaa. M*at. STATECABINET. ButteBillings ChicoGreat Falls GeorgeAmbrose^John Home ^^J. F. Mabie^Georf e Wesleder T.J. Rooney f.ivingston Therepublican papers of the atate^led by Senator Dixon's afissoulian are^making a concerted attack oa tho so^^cialist party. To such aa extent is the^attack made by the rcamfclicnn papers^against us that there is U day more^^pace given in the republican papers in^an effort to combat socialist* than^there is notice givea the democrats.^In fact the republica...

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 July 1907

THEJTJXOLB Byo^^n Spendtkrlf*. Out through the window, upon she^^tree*, Iview the struggle of bus'now greed 1^Hen, ^taring^glaring1^*^ ail ^bey^meet, Bushingand crushing^the soul's re^treat! Theworld is bu'snessmadl world gone mad for profits, for^rent, Forgain^ill-gotten or honest due;^From cradle to grave their lives are^spent, Baying,and selling, life's discontent,^That profits may accrue 1 Inthis roaring hell the child-slave^toils Thebelts, the gears, the deafening^hum; Livesof our babies ground into spoils!^By night and by day it toils and moils,^No playl No schooll No homel Doctorof laws, and doctors of men,^The harlot, preacher and midnight^ghouls Wielderof sword and wielders of pen,^A thrice damned horde for business^gain Forgold will ^cash^ their souls! Christyour humble Christ ^ with scourgein hand,^Purged the great temple of mammon's hire! Takethou no usury^^his command,^Dare thou , Shylock, in his judgment^stand, Yoursoul to Him lay baref Commerce!!! cut thy lawful pound...

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 July 1907

NeState Department Whatare you doing to increase the^^ire ula tionf JohnBrack waa in from Clancy and^left $1.80 for duea. LocalButte sends in $10.35 local^duea. ComradeOagg sends in ten suba^and five dollar check to pay for same. TheFinnish locals of the state paid^does aa follows: Butte $12.00, Bonner^$6.00, Bed Lodge $12.00. ComradeMra. Decker, the secretary^of Local Dean, lands a eub and prom^^ises to send a few more. Hewsnsarv senses of Masaiaa Psli-^aasa hare yon distributed in year^viataitvt ComradeMrs. Wesleder sent $50 in^from Great Falls last week to pay for^^ubs, local duea and $10 donationa. Wehare before ua a letter written^by ^ woman socialist of Chicago in^which she says: ^I have noted with^some misgivinga that most of the^things that women try to do in con^^nection with the movement, are re^^garded as child's play.^ We would^adviae this lady not to make any auch^remarks should ahe ever visit any Mon^^tana locala. The beat and most active^locals we have in Montana are ...

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 July 1907

VoUtor tbe Party^( tfVaurCltM MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishfee Capi^^talist System VOL.*V. HKLENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 11 1907. NO.8.*). TheTide ^^^^HiAtorleaj Libra Turning MorrisFriedman Tells the Jury Some^thing Interesting^How the Spies^in the Unions Operate all-Pen Experience LawbreakersShown Up MinersTell Interesting Stories of thej Witnesses Tell of Violence and Out Boise,July L^A wonderful change haa come over^popular sentiment in the last few ^inyi^im regard to the atatus of I h ^ trial. Thepublic haa been made aware that^there are two aidea to this case. Inci^^dent by incident the defense witnessos^that have come to the stan^t have^placed before the daily auditors the^almost unbelievable tale of the atroc^^ities ajid injustice perpetrated by the^employers of labor upon the men that^do their work. Thebitter facts and their pregnant^eause, the alignment of all the forces^and authority of existing society in^favor of the exploiter...

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 July 1907

issue*wibklv. officeaa pass: avi. p. ^. soxaoS atta* rmi OSes far maauk.asloa^Saxaasli tha atall at mcm4 elasa rata*. aaSraaaall caaiaiaaicatlMa ^nit aiaka all^^M^ a*r*M* ta tha Maataaa Nawa. |i,...mMajaaaar. JaratM D. Graham,^^tavta ^l^ot^i^r IDACHOVCH flAZLET T Mm VMCMPTWHSi OuTair Sii Maatka **r Oaacaat par caay la banalaa ap ta SIS Matins)Maa4aaarter^, If akloa Baraaa. Sac-^iiutt *~m mi. BarlMoa Bla*.. Daar-^kara St.. Cklcaca. III. Scat*^^a*aaartare. '^^^ D. Oraaaaa. Sacra-^tarr. 21 Park lm^. Bnlaaa. Mant. 5TATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston TheMontana News haa aaada aa en viablerecord in the service it haa been^to the working claas during the big^trial. While full reports have been^sent out by the Associated Press, the^happenings of the case from the stand-^point of the working class) are prudent^^ly obscured. It is of course impossible^for a weekly paper to give all the de^^tails that a daily ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 July 1907

TRIUMPHO Sheisa't as young m ^he used to be,^But hor laughter wm never lighter; Herhair is blanching, m yea May see,^But tke pleasures of youth delight^her. Shehu kept the heart of a girl^the^wears Alook that frighten* away the caret^Which like to cone plaguing ui un-^awarea, She ^ (helping the world grow^brighter, Whatdoes it matter about her yean^Since the graces of youth attend^herf Bheadds to our glee and lessens our^tears Whata aervice it that to render!^Bhe smiles, and trouble at once de^^parts, Shegivot new courage to doubting^heartt; Ah, hert is the highett of all the^arts Thatadd to the world's gay spies dor. Howcheated are they who think or Thatyears are the only measure!^Bhe never has foolishly put away Theyouth she wae born to treasure,^Her hair is blanching, but in her eyes^The glory of hope serenely lies;^She sees no skies but the bluest skies, Herworld is a world of pleasure. Chicago Record Herald. SomeDefinitions. UsuryThis word originally meant^anything charged by t...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 July 1907

MONTANA ^^WB. WXLMHA. MONTANA State Department GreatFalls is doing something. Whatare yen doing to increase the^saaealatioiit Lo^l Butte sends in $10.35 for due^Stamps. Haveyou read the Great Falls ad^Tortisementt LocalOvando sends in $1.50 for due^stamps. Bowssasr/ sopite of Itaahiaa Poli-^$1sb bats you dustribuUS ia foar ComradeStone was in from Garnet^and bought $5 worth of subscription^eards. Ifyou live in Great Falls be sure^to go to Conrad Hall, Wednesday even^^ing July 17th. TkaNews wanta mora sabs, hare^jsoai seen your neighbor about sub^^Bribing! ComradeLarsen of Bridger sends in^two new subs. Haveyou done anything to get your^neighbor reading tho Montana Newsf Theentertainment and dance given^^t Conrad Hall, Great Falls, July 17,^are for the benofit of the Greater Mon^tana News. BullpenExperience (Continuedfrom Page 1.) LocalFridley is going to give an^ice cream strawberry social at Fridley,^Saturday July 13th. If you live In^the vicinity of Chico or Fridley be^sure and at...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 July 1907

Vtrfe for the Party^^f Your Claaa MONJANA NEWS. wwNr.nArsu rVHI.ISHr.li BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.V. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, JI LV 18 1907. NO.86 Haywood's Testimony Tellsof His Connection With Union in^Straigth Forward Way^Makes^a Good Impression Statement byMrs. Moyer DeniesThat She Ever Tried to Have^Her Husband Turn Traitor^Re^^mains True as Steel Moyeron^Witness Stand Boise,July IS. Thursdayafternoon the man who it^being tried for his life mi put on the^stand. Haywood's manner was quiet^and self sustained. He gave his an^^swers in a cool roatter-of faot way^that gave little opportunity for Bo^rah'a bulldozing. The local papers^fairly bristle with accounts of Hay^^wood's nervousness, his blundering and^incriminatiing answers, and how he^has sustained Orchard's allegations in^every particular except the admission^of the crimes. Suchtales are absolutely fantastical.^Haywood has acquitted himself with^the greatest credit, and his plain^st...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 July 1907

TVSmm AMU NEWS. bytha Scaaalist Partya/ Bf^ntana. ISSURDWRRKI.y. owesas pair avi. p. o. 10x908 attka Phi Oaloa far traaam.aalon^tkraaaa tha mail at aaroa^ claaa rataa. AAdraaaall caaiwaaicatloaa aa^ naka all^aoaar parabla to tka Moataaa Newa. Maaagac.Jamaa D. Graham,^^taxta Saorataxnr. IDACROVCH HA2LCTT^Call tor BVMCRIFTIONSt OmeTear Soc mmMoatka 25c Onoraatparrapr in kandlaa up ta 5tt Natioaa'Ueadnaartrra. Mahlon Baraaa. Sec^^retary. Roaam w* ^a:. Borlatoa Kla*-.. Dear-^born St.. Ckicava. 111. StataHaaaqaartara. Jaa. D. Graham. Secra-^tarj. 22 Patk Ataaar. Hrleaa. Mam. 5TATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls Livingston Iseems impossible t) have labor^laws respected and obeyed in the city^of Helena. The men employed by the^city who are working mjre than tight^hours, should make a protest, :t* trey^as well as their ^^in[lovers are hublc^to punishment fo.- viu'atiou of the^eight hour law. Considerableactivity is bei...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 July 1907

AFLEA FOB THE TOILING POOB. V^VW******************** ByAlfred Morton, Birmingham, Eng.^Woe rear* iU head in ev'ry land,^Starvation reigns on tr'rj hand^And countless toilers idle stand, Cleftfrom life'* enjoyment.^While winter with icy paw^Looms near to ply its ruthless paw^On those outside the workshop's door Beckingfor employment. Yetvice in all ita panoply^Of feathers, furs and vanity,^Bides by suffer 'ing humanity Unheedfulof it* cry.^While justice seated on its throne^Jails him who steals a paltry scone,^But high-born rogues get mercy shown Shouldthey the law defy. Yetinnocent upright and leal Aretried, while gagged, with red tape'sseal,^Then jailed for years without appeal Theymust their wrongs endure.^Thus docs our Christian era glow^With deeds that cause the blood to flow Withthoughts of vengeance of the^woe Thatcircles 'round the poor. Andcapital reserved the right Tosweat its workmen day and night Andsqueeze them in a grip so tight Theyare as bonded slaves.^While those who...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 July 1907

MONTANA Maws. UKI.KNA. MONTANA. State Department GreatFalls is going things right. Mrs.Hudson sends in $6.00 for due^^tamps from Loral Dean. BobHendry sends in $0.00 for forty^due stnui]^8 for Local Kendall. TksNews wants n^or^ sobs, kars^yam asm your aaigfabor aboat sub^^sribiajt HermannBrown of Lewistown never^forgets *^:iiue to flu bat with twosubs. ComradeJones sends in $1.80 dues^for Hamilton Local and $1 for two^subs to the News. Thework in the News office has in^^re^ased bo much lately that an extra^pxossina.il had to bo Employed this^week. LocalFridley gave an ice cream so^eiaJ last Saturday from which they^cleared $18.00 and donated $15.00 to^State Secretary. ComradePriebs of Lennep got in^with two subs. Priebs is spreading^the propaganda along the Jaw Bone^country. Donationsto the Greater Mont. News: HankRutherford, Fast Helena. .$25.00 WinChidexter, Kendall 5.00 W.G. Allen, Kendall 2.50 B.Werner, the active secretary of^Local West End, sends in $2.^^(^ for^dues. Werner is...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 25 July 1907

Votetor the Party^^f Your CUm MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishtbc Capi^^talist System VOL,V. ENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 25 1907. NO.37. Rebuttal Witnesses ProsecutionPuts Its Last^on the Stand^A Colorado Sher^iff Defends Anarchy Boise,July 18. Undertho guise of rebuttal, a^ was^anticipated, the state is attempting to^bring up an imposing array of new^evidence in regard to the sins of^unions in general, and union men in^particular. Likethe direct evidence everything^^^ Pinkertonism. The Pinkertons have^hunted up the witnescs and their^money is paid them from the Pinker^ton office. Theattempt to prove that the Brad^^ley explosion in Han Francisco could^not be due to gas was ludicrous in the^extreme. C. D. Lansom of the Boise^Oas Light company, qualified as an ex^^pert, ami gave a blundering testimony^to the fleet that gas could not be^lighted by a glowing coal, as a cigar,^but required a flame. Mr. Richardson^asked him if he knew that a tln.UOf...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 25 July 1907

'AHAIfBW8. by*^^Favtv * Wonwi issuidweekly. orncias park avi. p. sox 908 attka Pwl OBn for traaam.aaiou^tkrovfk tka mall at aarnad claaa rata*. A4drwwall coaintuairationa an* otake all^* parabla ta the Mootaaa New*. ilaaaaManager. Jamaa D. Graham.^Sl^ ta Seirotnrv. IDACROVCH HAZLETT SVMCRIPTIONSt OaaTear Sac iiiMaatka JSc Onaraatpei capv in Handle* op ta 5*0 Nation*'tieaaaaartrra. Mahloa Barnen. Sec-^ratary. Raaai o^Oi, Borlatoa Bldg.. Daar-^tofn St.. Ck lease. III. StateHaadqaartar*. Jaa. D. Graham. Hoc ra^^tal 7. 22 Para Areaae. Helena. Mont. STATECABINET. GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston Ourbeat wishes and sympathy are with theChicago Daily Socialist. It if our^hope that it may succeed, overcome its^financial difficulties and flourish. Letour organisation flourish ailso^and tho party press will soon be in^better condition. Thtro is a motion before the Na^tional committee made by John M^Work to the effect t...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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