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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 25 July 1907

MOlfTANA NEWS, HMLMNA, MONTANA. BEHINDTHE BARS. Behindthe ban in Ada prison Inthe mountain! far awajr,^Lie three comrades who are miners Thoughfar more than that to-day,^They are leaders more than ever Strugglingfor the dawn of day,^^United Brothers^ was their motto Standtogether was their call,^For united we must conquer Butdivided we must fall;^But those three the truth were watch^^ing Andon them they had their eye,^And they called their bands together Sayingthey must fall or die.^But our comrades, they were heroes, Andthis was their lust reply:^Working men we won't betray you Thoughfor your cause we have to^die, Forhumanity is our motto Andyour offspring for to save^By the Uods we will stay with you Tillwe pass into the grave.^Though our high executive officer Onour name has cast a slur,^Calling us ^undesirable citizens Tono cause can he refer.^No laws have we violated Undesirable^though wo were,^With our children taken from us Doomedto toil in mill and mine.^We have prayed to Hi...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 25 July 1907

4 m;State Department ComradeBernard of Darby gets in^With subs for the News. BobHendry sends in two subs from^Kendall. Mra.Hudaon of Dean aenda in^^ix copiea of Machine Polities. for AHarvey, the Veteran of Fergus^oounty. is back in line again and aenda^in two subs from Lewiatown. MissionaryMare Dead. FlorenceNightingale^ the niiwSon^ary pacing mare of 2:14, whose win^ninga on the track added $2,500 to the^Methodist Epiacopal Home Misaiona^funds in six yeara, in dead. At Steu-^benville, Ohio, a monument will be^erected on her grave.^ farmers' Week-^ly Dispatch June 20, ^07. Iwonder if aome overworked hua-^band or mother of the Methodist Epia^^copal faith will have a monument^erected over hia or her grave when^life'a thread is run offf It aeema that^church-goers think more of beasts, es^pecially if the beast happens to be^fleet-footed. But if the slaves in the^church die without a record of 2:14,^there is no monument over the last^resting place. There might be some^rough slab of wood...

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

VoUtar Mm Party fYsatr ClassBtatort^,a Ubfirfl TmIT ONTANANEWS. OWNEBAMD PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL,V. HKLENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, aUGUHT I 1907. NO.38. Idaho'sFarmer Jury Find Haywood Innocent.^Conspiracy of Mine Owners A Failure. GreatVictory for Labor. Darrow's Speech ARemarkable Effort^Audience in^Tears as Darrow Closes De^^manding No Compromise Boise,July 13. ClarenceDarrow began liis argument^in defence of William D. Haywood,^now on trial for his life as secretary^of the Western Federation of Minen,^on Wednesday and continued his ^^]^^^^^^ li^kill late Thursday afternoon. Hismasterly effort was a surprise^^Ten to his friends and the ex^^pectant and longing hopes of those^whose fats* are so loyally woven with^the great and courageous labor organi^^sation, were greatly strengthened. Darrowtook the most advanced and^courageous standpoint that has ever^besn taken by any advocate in^America in any court of justice. This^trial marks 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. — 1 August 1907

THUIWfPf AJIA NHWS. 'a/ in issuedweekly. omci^^ park ave. r. o. sox 908 dltributed by the million copies^through tho length and breadth of the^entire land by the Socialist party. atthe Peat OSoa far traaa^.aaioo^ttro^^h the mail at aaeoaa claaa ratM. AAdraaaall caaaaaaicatioaa and make^^oaer aayabla to the Maataaa New*. all Manager.Jamee D.^Stmt* Seoretavry. Gftham. IDACROVCH HAZUEIT^BUM IVBaCRIPTWNIi OatTaar 5oc SIa Moataa ttc Onaeaat per copy in handles ap to SCO Natloaa Headauartera. Mablon Barnea. Sec^^retary. Rwn 300-302. Borlatoa B1d^.. Dear^^born St.. Calcare. iii. SUMHaadqaartera, Jaa. D. Graham. Secre^^tary. 23 Park a,venae. Heleae. Mont. Whattk wave of disappointment mast^have swept over the office of the^Helena Independent when the word^came from Boise that Haywood was notguilty. 5TATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Oreat Falls^Livingston Whata howl the editorial prostitutes^who write for the capitalist paper*^a...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 1 August 1907

MONTANAHBL1NA. HOIfTANA. BorahCalls for Blood Boise,July 27. Thursdayevening Senator Borah be-^^an on the closing speech of the gres'^H^ywod trial. Theaffair took on the appearance^of m great social function. The elite^of Boise wore on aand. The official^arowd was there. The guards sn-^aouncsd that no ons who hsd been a^constant visitor during the last few^weeks would be admitted. A. bailiff^said the red necks had filled that^court room during the trial and now^the respectable people were going to^hsve a chance. SenatorBorah's friends packed the^court room like a gay matinee crowd.^Ha was talking to an audience in^magnetic sympathy with him, snd^Borah responded to the occasion. This^fast evening's speech showed him the^matured orator, iiis manner was easy,^direct and impressive as he proceeded. AaAbraham Lincoln said: ^For^those that liked that sort of a thing^it was about the sort of a thing they^liked. He did the expected and ap^^pealed to the wornout shreds of sen^tun.iii. patrio...

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

MONTANA. U HBLENA. MONTANA State Department SocialistAagust 16. picnitat Great Falls on ComradeBchoeh %t riaiteam, Utah,^^mm in his subscription to the Newa Johnr^h of Qranite, gets in on the^ription Hat. ArthurWetwer of Miles City is en^deavoring to organize a loeal at that^point and promise* io be successful.^This will mean our first rganisation in^Caster county. TheNewa is moving its plant. The^Job plant is silent this week and is^taking a rest, therefore it is necessary^that we receive a greater number of^subscribers to overcome the deficiency^id by ^moving house. BUTTEHINERS CELEBRATE! FederalLabor Union of Helena calls^the attention of 'sjll union men to^the nnfsirnesa of C. Y. Perry Soap^Manufactory company of Helena,^Mont, particu'arly the miners in the^Coeur d' Alene district, where three-^fourths of the candles manufactured^by the above company are consumed.^Adv. Jointhe Party GREATVARIETY Butts,Jaly 21. Theminers' union parade is oele^bration of the acquittal of W. D. Hay...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 August 1907

Votefor the Party^of Your Cli MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PI/BUSHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishtbc Capi^^talist System VOL.V. IIELENAMONTANA, THIIMUY. . U0U8T Jl IU07. NO.3tt Home LargeCrowd Meets Him at Denver^Depot to Welcome Him Home^^Rejoice at Vindication Peaceiinil concord art' the watchwords^of internationalism; t^ut the great ob^^stacle is the megalomania, I lie imj^^-r^of the mint enlightened an^l progress-1 ilaliM ambition, tlx- ^^IHllll spirit^ive men of the ago. But when bit life \ of ^^^'^^^^J and '^Fuitod St:.!. * comes to Ik- written, anl the truth Mr. Koos.-velt lias li.cn instrumental Rooseveltthe Reactionary. PresidentRoesereH is .^ipmm.mly ac- laini.-d bjf an admiring press hm one Denver,Aug. 4.^Celebration of the^return home of William I^. Haywood,^secretary treasurer of the Western Fed^^eration of Miners, who was acquitted^st Boise, Idaho, of tho charge of con^^spiring to murder former BlMMI^Btouiienberg wan considerably cur^tailed to night by reason of ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 August 1907

MMA KBWS. ISSUIDWIIKI.Y. ornciaa ^A*a ate. p. o. sox so* Atlaa Phi Otic* fa^tkromffk tha Mail ^l mcm^ clam rataa. Idraaaall raataiaairatloaa and maka^my saraala to the Maataaa Nt all BualnaaaM^n^i^, Jamea D. taxaaS^or^t^rv Graham. IDACROUCH HAZLETT SVMCRIPTIONSi OaaTaar aiiMonti.. Onaoaatpar cear ia bandlea aa ta 9 Sac 25c Nalloaa'Maadaaartrr*. Mahlaa Baraea. Sec^ratarv Baaa, 3SS-3S2. Barlatoa BU^.. Daar-^kora St.. Calea^a. III. StateBeadaaartara. Jaa. D. Uraham. Sacra-^taxT. 22 Park Avaaae. Hrleaa. Moot. 5TATECABINET. GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston countryhow the great inquisition fH^progressing. 8he wsa peculiarly fitted,^also, for this task, from the fact of^having formerly been a resident of Col^^orado and being familiar with the^shocking and inhuman tyrannies of the^mine owners in the great labor war of^1004. Itis our intention 'a kavs Geau-ade^Hazlett at Boise during the trial of^Pettibone when that t...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 August 1907

TUB CHILDREN OF THE MILES. ByElla Wheeler Wilcox. Oh,the silence of the children In the^sunny South to-day,^It is sadder than the cry of fettered^slaves. Leanand listen and you will hear the roaringof the mill^And the sighing of the winds through^graves IInternational France. Thecompositors trade unions of the variouscountries (except England and U.8. A.) are to hold an International congress at Paris. This takes place ,.,^*^^T' , ^, .... 4. Ievery throe years, and the first took^But the voices of the children^they . * . ^ . . ' .^ m. 1place in Paris in 1889. There was at arestill^^Oh, the roaring of ttte mill, of the mill Theyno longer shout and gambof in theblossom laden fields,^And their laughter does not echo down thestreet.^They have gone across the hills, they areworking in the mills.^Oh, the tired little hands and aching feet, Andthe dreary, weary life that stunts^and kills. Oh,the roaring of the mills, of the mill. Allthe pleasures known to childhood^are but tales of Fairyla...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 August 1907

MONTANAWBW8. UKLKNA. TT^Tt MONTANA. X*tthe People Own the Telephone*. Boomtho i ii. il.it ion of the Newt. HaukKnl hcrford of^gets in with two subs. KastHelena PeteMurphy of Livingston^busy and simkIa in a few subs. get* Hi'Hi'isHi Killings sends in Sit.OO for^due slillll]*. GilliRpienn^l Selby send in $50 to^help out on the (inciter Montan.i N ^ w - ComradetVhock of (,'oyote,^^ends in liis subscription. Itah, Helena,Mont., Aug. 7.^Judge Hunt of the Circuit Court^of the United States, Ninth Cir^cuit, granted the injunction of^the Hell Telephone company re^^straining the Unions from boy^totting the Scab Phones. Withthe socialists in control of the^state and municipal government, the^telephone war would soon be settled^and to the satisfaction of all the peo^^ple, with perhaps the exception of tin^stockholders of the corporation. 8elbvseinla in $L'.50 from (treat Kails^from sale of tickets to the Nevils and^Dilno entertainment. Kckof (iranite and Hprage of Heron^get in on the subscript...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 August 1907

Votetor the Party^et Yuur Class MONTANANEWS, OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THI. SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOLV. 1IKLKNAMONTANA. THFRSDAV. IKWHT 15 1907. Si).10 TelegraphersGovernment luteHistorUs! Uirsry onStrike byInjunction TheStrike Situation OperatorsQuit Work Throughout the Bell Telephone Asks Assistance of Review of Trouble of Linemen and^Entire Country^Strike May^Become General CourtsInjunctions on Eight^een More Unions Tboteiepiapli operators have gone^on strike, the strike is assuming gi^gaotic. proportion*, and threaten* to^embrace the entire country Startingon the Pacific slope it quick willhave to co.neid 1^ the demand of^the strikers. By x it is claimed that there inu government ownership clause hi^tho fiancbise* aof tin- Telegraph i lyspread until it .cached the Atliuit ic | p.mios whereby tin- government ran^^onboard.I take over the telgruph system of thin Never since tkc great American ] country on abort notice and set lb '^i railwayunion atnk...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 August 1907

WBMONTANA NEWS. andPubllatMd by tha SMtolM^Party a/ Moni^n^. issuedwif.ki.y. orricias park avk. p. o. box 908 attha Poat OSjoe far Iraaam.Mioii^taroash the mail at acctmd claaa rataa. Addraaaall roaimaaicatiaai an^1 make all^^oney parable to the Moatana Nein. BuslneesManager, Jamaa D. Graham,^St^tit Sacrataxrv- IDACHOVCH HAZLETT^Editor SVBSCRIPriONS aaTear Soc SliMontha 15c Onecent per copy in aundtoa ap to 900 Natlona Hradqaartera, Mahlon Barara. Soc^retarv. Room 300-302. Borlatoa Bid*.. Dear-^torn St.. Ctaicaso. 111. StateHeadquarter*, Jaa. D. (irataaai. Sec re^sat v. 22 Park ATenae, Helena. Hunt. STATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home -^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J, Rooney ButteKillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston traoes Anotherslap organized labor has re^acived in Helena during the past week wasfrom the city government. The^^cab operator.* are taken home from^their work in scab e-abs furnished by^the scab telephone comiwuiy in^ order^that the pickets of the srtikers may^not h...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 August 1907

MONTANA NKWS. HKL1NA, THE8 TUP ED B ST. ByBoRou Hall.^There wu * man who railed,^Although hi* rent fit due, A11v^-ii his dimes wer few Andail hie prophets blue,^It did not make him wild.^Although he loet hie job,^And heard hie children eob,^Although the trust that rob^Robbed him the most, he smiled. Hesmiled although he knew^Health was beyond bis means,^Because he wore blue jeans,^Because he lived on beans.^He never wondered who^Had given to the rich^The earth and all things which^He needed in his ditch^^He voted for them, too. Hetramped; and still was glad^Of such prosperity,^Because he could not see^That better things might be.^He knew times were not bad,^Although he lived in Hell,^Because the rich live well,^As all tho papers tell.^He drudged, and still wss glad. Thathe could vote, he smiled.^Tho' he slept cold of nights^And could not pay for lights,^And the courts ignored the rights,^lie submitted like a child.^The thinkers called him mad,^For being always glad,^With the poverty...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 August 1907

M:State Department MONTANA mii -^ HJBLKNA :'i.^i - ^ Li r MONTANA LoesJButte !^^n^l# in $9 for duel. JstanPlWMI of^#0 for due st-ump*. Hilling* send* in .Government!^.^ injunction dws not^^top any one from (fettinjj cubs to the^Nsws Thejob press of the New* is bu^y^^fain and turning out work to bring^ia the money to bo^n^t the News. Wewant to be flooded with subs for^the n^est few weeks. Get in your work^for the next eampait-n. Mrs. ImNHMI ^f Livingston is still^active worker for the News ^nd^in. sul* iMiutinuallv. Weshipped ^ large bundle of Ma^ehine Pettite* to t'omrxd. Hazlett last^week. 8he says they sell like hot^eakes Belbywas in Helena Sunday enroute^^outh. h^- expressed himself as being^pleased with our new location and tin^progess the News is making. (omrade Hazleitt has gone for atwo^we^*ke' rest on a trip to the I'ayott.^lakes ainee the trial. I^r. Judd of Em^inett, one of the beat known socialists^in Idaho, is driving her through. The^events and strain, of the trial have...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 August 1907

YsA.tor Mm Party^^lYMir CtaM MONTANANEWS. Alsostolitb* Capi^^talist System OWNEDAND I'l HI ISHU) BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA VOLV. r0r SELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, hlKJUST 22 1907. NO.41. Labor Revolt OutEntire Country Is Stick^Strike^No Arbitration Thestrike of the telegraphers is | this strike ourselves. Payno attention to newspaper stor Telegraphers OnStrike Bulletinsof Strike Situation Through Reports from Strike Centers Show State Has No Evidence Against Him ies,we will issue official bulletins each^day. Hiin. ml.i i many newspapers are an^zious to break this strike because they^are crippled; so are prepared for fake FraternallyYours.^WKSLEY RFSSELL,^Uen. Sec Treas tkeUnited States may be put as fol^lows: tillon and continuing to spread and itii but a matter of a few hour* until allcable operators will be on strike also,thereby rutting off all communi cationwith the rest of the world. TheCanadian men have gone out. | ^V^*1* of ^*ampedes. a4l ^AP. is not ^Rat Copy.'' AtToronto...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 August 1907

TOMONTA* a NTfWS. 4Pvibl*^Party a/ Hmm^^^- ISSUEDW'KKI.Y. OmCI72 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX Qo8 SSatsraSat tba r^^t 0^ca far ixaaam.aaion^taroaah (he mail at aac-onS clam rata*. Addrno*a!! rimmunioationa and maka^1 parable to th^- Montana Newa. all laaaManagar, Jamaa D. Graham.^St^ta Saoro^^.ry. IDACROUCH-HAZLETT^IINM SVBSCRIFIIONSi OaaTear Soe MixMouths 25c Oaacent per copy ia bandlea ap to 5*0 NatumakJeadqaartera. Mahloa Rarnr*. Sec-^rat Kiwm 30O-302. Borlatou Hld^ . Dear-^fcora St.. Chicaco. III. StateHaarfqaarter*. Jaa. D. Graham. Secre-^taiy. 23 Par* Atrniir, Hrleaa. Moat. STATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Msbie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston Postersare out announcing a Labor^Day celebration in the city of Miaaoula^and U. 8. Senator Thomas Carter ia^billed to give tho oration of the day.^Misoula has always been looked upon^as one of the weak union apota of Mon^^tana and were working men wore the^copper collar of the Amalgamated com-^jp...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 August 1907

Ihad a dream the other might,^When I lay down to (lumber;^I rushed away in magic fight^Through acenoa of countleaa number. Methoughtthe berooa of the paat^Alive and all around me^And though they came and faded faat,^Their spell juat fairly bound mo. Formingling incongruously^'Mid thoee historic visions,^A modern judgo outrageously^Infused his rank decisions. Geaaarfound ho struck a snag^In this judicial chariuer,^And wilted like a wet dish rag^Within his mighty armor. Napoleonjust stood aghast^At a restraining order.^Commanding him, both first and last,^To keep within bis border. Alexanderof great reknown^Got a two by four injunction.^He went away back and sat down,^Appalled by such preaumption. Henry,the Eighth, waa juat about^Another maid to marry;^A aweepiDg order from the court^Juat made poor Henry tarry. KingJohn took pen in hand to sign^The Magna Charta famous,^The judge then said: ^A word of mine^Will atop the ignoramus. PatrickHenry in a burst Ofthrilling oratory Wasrouted a...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 August 1907

MONTANA NSWS. UI1TNA. MONTANA. M:State Department JacobKruso of Boremn.ii jr*^ts in^with a bunch of mil*. Weare after a jrreattw circulation;^^re you doing anything to help us ^e^^ure itt Wewant to add five thousand names^to our mailing list. What can you do^to afKict us Alarge number of subscriptions^fcavc been ^ent in from Butte during^the past three weeks and all *ecured^by a non fifty member at that. ComradeHazlett will speak in Flat^head county duing the latter part of^September; all those wishing dates^should write us at once. TheConspirators Are Still Busy. Duringthe past week Senator Borah ofIdaho was a visitor to the state of^Colorado. He came for the purpose of^having a conference with the members^of the Mine Owners' association. When^the senator arrived in Colorado the^mine oixTators immediately called a^finding which convened at Colorado^Springs, and it is said that the famed Ourcirculation is going up rapidly^in Idaho. In fact the number of subs^coming in from Idaho 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. — 29 August 1907

V Vatafar Mm Party^^f Yaw Ctaaa MONTANANEWS. OWNCBAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System TOLV. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, a KilNT 29 IH07. NO.42. ^Hlitortaal Library LaborDay Address Tothe Working Men and Women of^Montana who Are the Back^^bone of Civilization Thefirst Monday in September is^^et aside as Labor Day. On that day^you have been in the habit or parad^^ing .romping about and in a general^way making merry. Hut has the day^had no other significance to yout^Rightly interpreted, it should mean^snore than this. It should be a day^^et aside to commemorate a movement^for the upbuilding of the working^class. Fellowworkers, it behooves you to^remember that you are the backbone^ef human life and civilization. Men^and women, who have toiled to spin^end weave the fabrics, the silks and^satins, make the clothing and shoes^and all the details of garb and fashion^of the wealthy, w*jo build their houses,^their mansions, their castles; who till^the fi...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 29 August 1907

THKMONTANA NEWS. OwnaJan^ Publish** by tha Socialist^Party *f Nan tana. issuruWF.KKI.v. OrriCK32PARK avk. P. O. BOX 908 Eatared at the PorI Oficn far traaam.aaina^throach ibr nail at aaci^aa cl^^ rate*. Addreaaall rommuaicMiona and make all^lonrv payable to the Moatana N ^ - BuaineaaManager. Jamaa D. Graham.^Strvte S^rt^i^n IDACROVCH-HAZLETT^BafUM SUBSCRIPTIONS: Oa Year Soc BnM n he 25c Onecent i^er copr in bandlee ap to SOO Nation*'tlradqnartrr*. alahlun Baraea. Sec^^retary. Room 300-302. Horlatna Bld(.. I^ear-^bora St.. Chicago. III. StateHead^iBarter*. Jaa. O. Graham. Sacre-^tarjr. 22 Park Avaaae, Helena. Mont. STATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney HutteKillings^Chico^(^reat Falls^Livingston Thesocialists of Wyoming have a^chance before them, if taken advant^^age of, which will plaeu their atate^organization to the front and toward*^the head of tho list iu jwrceDtage of^socialist votes cast at the n^zt elec^^tion. Forits population Wyoming ...

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