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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 29 August 1907

t\ --^ ^-IL MONTANA NKWS, iJLLKNA, MONTANA. SLIGHT! Thoclork sat on bis high-legged stool - Itwas part of his duty to write^A list of mishaps that had happened^to chaps Inthe daily industrial fight. Beforehim lay the reports for the day, Ofaccidents heavy or light;^And one little item from those who^indite 'em^Was whether ^severe^ or but^^alight. Witha long list of ills the catalogue^fills Howthis man was sut, and that,^burnt; Ohow a bright lad bocamo sud.lenly^sad, Aaone of life's lessons was learnt. Or,so thought the clerk, for, though^much in the dark,^Ue'd a touch of a true saving grace,^That of knowing dead names stood for^living men's frames,^And he just put himself in their^place. Andso he wont on, till on coming to^one, Onan instant his cheek was aflame;^For just one littlo word his hot anger^had stirred.^And ho said, ^What a double dye.1 ehamel Here'sa pitiful scene at a planing-^machine^^^All knowing those terrible knives,^Know it's woe to the fingers of work^^man who ling...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 29 August 1907

MONTANA MSWS. UKT.V.NA. MONTANA. State Department Piattof Lake Oomo send* in $2 for^^nbs. Power*of Billings unier* a bundle^of ten sent him until the end of the^ysar. Comrad. ^urrie of Florence sends^in six Mil*. The circulation in Mis^aoula county is going up rapidly. DickJones of Kendall sends in $10^for advertising find subs. Dick is one^^1 the main stays of the movement in^Fergus county. Comrade Fabert of LocalStark endsin $2.70 for due stamps,$2 in paymentfor four subs andthirty^cents for literature. Weare in hopes of being able to^put a few solicitors in the field to^take subs for the News, who will also^do organizing work for the party in^the state. Besure and attend all entertain-^snents given by the striking operators^or at least buy a ticket to the dance.^They need all the financial assistance^they can get, it is a big fight that^is on and the company is trying to^starve the operators out. Dig up,^kelp the boys out! ComradeHazlett addressed a large^meeting of striking tele...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 September 1907

/ MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOLV HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 5 11)07. NO.It u^eBistort**1 UbiWj LaborDay Oration Rev.F. L.^of the BuzzedDelivers Address^Day at Great Falls Workers'Celebration FellowLaborer* ^nd Fellow Citizens: new, engages a foreman at a big sal-^In the niidst of the pleasure* of this ary, sails for America, and registers^National holiday, in honor of labor, we ' at too Waldorf Astoria, as Lord Ro^turn aside for an hour to serious con- j biojson .CriBJoe. This is )all that is^^ideration of the world's greatest pro necessary. There is excitement among^blem, the Labor Problem. We take it the millionaire society belle* of list^for granted that when you honored us Ami m an metropolis. Lord Robinson^with an invitation to address you, you | Crusoe makes a satisfactory contract^desired us to speak according to. the , with one of these society belles. Her^light we had. On last Labor Day at father...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 September 1907

THBMONTANA NBW8. Party*/ Mam tan*. ISSUKDWKKKLV. OrriCB12 PARK AVE. f. O. BOX Qo8 erarfat tha Poat OOea for traaaia.aaloo^Uroaak tha mall at aaroad data rata*. Addraaaall roaamaaicatioaa and make all^^oaer parable to the. Mnatana New*. ^^^^Manager. Jimu D. GraKam.^ftt^vt^i Saoratavry. IDACROVCH-flAZlXTT^MNM SUBSCRIPTIONS: OaaTear So* SixMoataa ttc Oaacant per copy la bnndhw ap ta ^SO Natlona Mctfulqaarter*. Mahloa Barnea. Sec^^retary. RoomBorUtoa B1d^.. Dear^^born St.. Chicago, 111. SkateHeadquarter*. Jaa. D. Graham. Secre^^tary, 22 Park Avaaae. Heleaa. Mont. STATECABINET ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston GeorgeAmbrose^John Home ^^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney TheotloreRoosovelt, is his '' Bough^Riders^ says: ^By this time the men^and I knew ono another, and I felt^able to make them do themselves jus^^tice in march or battle. They under^^stood that 1 paid no heed to where^Uu'.v HUM from; no heed to their creed,^politics, or social standing; that 1^would care for ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 September 1907

MONTANA NKWH, MEIJsNA, IIONTANA hi 0^^^-T' i m ^.m] RETRIBUTION ByH. Iran Swift. Fromthe culturod coasts of the con^quered east, Longleagues to the west and the^rugged ledge; Andthe bleached bone* of the venur-^ous hedge Thewaste-wiered crumbs of the de^^sert's feast! Butthe wreck of a mortal knare is^least Onthe prey of the Eldorado quest;^To the goal of the sun-set's mad be^^hest Fromthe soul of a man to the heart ofa beast I^(Far from the hearth they choose to^dwell, Anda million mites are hurled to Hell. Butover the mould of the moaning^ran Thelegions roll to the hard-faced line,^Till peak and plain with bucklers^shine. Thushere where the blood of the home^^less ran Ahome for the homeless world began.^The cacti wilt and cougers whine,^The Sioux and the bison pay their fine^And the brute lies tow to the master ingMan.^But the vengeance comeB to the red man'^ shrine^When the sword of greed points on to^the mine! The dead-bought victory is cheaply^^old: Thearmy leaps to the glitter...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 September 1907

MONTANA W*WS. UKl.KNA. MONTANA State Department ComradeHar.lett spent a week in^Helena and departed last Friday for^British Columbia, where she is dated^for a tfw loctures, after her dates are^filled over the border, she will give a^Series of I^tarsS in ^Sj)okane nnd ad^^jacent territory, then will travel east^^ward and make a tour of western Mon^^tana. ComradeRector came in from Mon^^arch to visit the News office and plant,^He expressed himself highly satisfied^with the progress that is being made^and hopes that the same will continue.^Comrade Rector desires to see a sol^^icitor put in the field to secure subs^for the News and do general organiz^^ing work for the party. He wishes to^know how many members of the party^will pledge themselves to pay a cer^^tain amount each month to sustain an^active man in the field. Thisis a good move and should be^productive of results. Let us hear^from you and how much you will give^towards keeping a good man in the^field. ComradeHazlett will go to...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 September 1907

Voistor the Party^^f Yaur CUM MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.V. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 11)07. NO.44. Across %'M* lUta ILs^mMi uutvrgi ImmenseCrowd Listens Eagerly to^Socialist Speaker^Rain Does^Not Abate Interest Phoenix,B. C, Sept. 4, 07.^.For several yean request* have come^from the Westers Federation strong^^holds serosa the border for s Labor^Day address and some propaganda^work around that period. The inter^^al between the Federation trials made^the trip possible this September, and^Friday morning found me aboard the^Northern Pacific for Spokane. Owing^to delays it was after midnight when^we pulled into this city. Comrade^Barber had been appointed a commit^^tee to meet me, and was punctually^an time at that unearthly hour. Ow^^ing to gate regulations, however, he^missed me at the depot and made the^rounds of the hotels before he found^me. The Spokane bunch is always^Johnny-oa-the- spot, and had...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 September 1907

THEMONTANA NKW8. Owm4Mid Publish** by the SooUllat^Party ^/ Montana. ISSUinWEEKLY. OCTICS 22 PARK AYE. P. O. BOX 908 'AIf A havethe label attached. Now, if the^friends and members of organized ls-^bor will look for the union label on^the telephones before making their pur^^chases, it will assist the telephone^workers in their strike. ^tendat the Pnat OBoe for tranam.aaioo^tkrtmch the mall at acrnnd claw rate*. Addreasall rommunication* yd make all^r payable to Hie Montana News. ilnn**Manager. JlmM D. Cr^h^m.^Sl^\lf^ Siw ifle rv IDACROUCH HAZLKTT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: OaeYear Soc laMonltaa 15c Onecant per copy 111 bundle* ap to 5*0 NationalHeadquarter*. Malilon Barnea. Sec^ratary. Room 300-302. Bojrlaton lildg.. Dear^born St.. Chicago, til. StateHeadquarter*. Jai. D. Uraham. Secre^^tary. 22 Park Atenue. Helena, Mont. STATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteKillings Chicodreat Falls^Livingston THEAMERICAN FARHER ByA. M. Simon Thetelephone str...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 September 1907

MONTANA NEWS, HLLHNA, MONTANA 1'^:1 Coal! Oill Steel! Vote! Coal! Coal! Goal! Coal I^Black and dirty on tbo whole;^Needed by all from polo to pole;^Found in Montana in every knoll, Yet. owned by the railroads. Oh,^how droll!^They must have it or trains won't roll.^But, with the peoplo, must we condole!^They are the ones that pay the toll;^Yet they voted for it. Bless my soul! Coal! Coal! Coal! Coal! Oil! Oil! Oill Oil!^Doesn 't it make your red blood boil^As the slimy lengths of the octopus^coil 'Boundsleeping hordes of those who^toil! Mannthe universe! Back to the soil!^To old traditions remain yo loyal,^But rob not Rockefeller of his spoil.^Turn not the ballot lest ye may foil^Injunctions, militias, strikes^turmoil.^Oil! Oil! Oil! Oill Wheat! Wheat! Wheat! Wheat!^8taff of life! For man must eat.^All in the hands of the men in Wall^Street. Thinkye heed the lamb's poor bleatf^Bnug and secure in this retreat,^With a sigh of content, in a padded^^eat, Theyturn the trick and turn it ne...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 September 1907

MONTANA W^WK. ULUTA, MONTANA YouSocialists Just Can't Win! Youhaven't k^1 tne organizatN m t^^ win. and that's a fact. Whenyou sap the reaourcet ^^t the enemy by making Socialists^and party members ol working men who now support capitalism^you will have tome chance. Dreamers,rightly named, are those \\hu give no thought to^organization, and imagine the enemy will tall before 'heir individual^knowledge and rffort. TheSocialist Party started the last Presidential campaign with^16,975 members, made^ some noise, and had eOi.lSO Socialist votes^counted. Theparty memhership now numhers ahout 30,000; it can be^made 10,000 before the end of the year. If the vote in the next cam^^paign is proportioned, as previously, to the membership, America^will take her rightful place in the international procession and^STAND A MILLION STRONG. Areyou a member^ If not, then do something worth while, join^the party and have the President of the United States talking about^you in his next speech. Here is an...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 September 1907

Voltor the Party^^f Your Class MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY ^I HE SOCIALIST PARTY Of MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.V. HELENAMONTANA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER L9 1907. NO.44. byCongress Immigrationand Emigration of Work^^ers Often Means of Reducing^Share in Labor's Product Resolution adopted by the Interna^tienal Congress at Stuttgart, Aug. 16^to 24, 1907. TheInternational Socialist Congreta^held at Stuttgart during the week of^Aug. 16 to 24 passed the following re^^solution on Emigration and Immigra^tlon. Thecongress declares: Immigraitionand Emigration of^working men are phenomena as insep^^arable from the substance of capital^^ism as unemployment, overproduction^and underconsumption of the working^men, they are frequently one of the^means to reduce the share of the work^^ing men in the product of labor and at^times they assume abnormal dimension*^through political, religious and nation^^al persecutions. Thecongress does not consider ex^ceptional measures of any kind,...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 September 1907

THBMONTANA NEWS. Owm4and Publish** by th* 9ool*liat Party^/ Montana, ISSUEDWEEKLY. OffTICK22 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Batarwlat the Po^t OSjce for 1un1m.su^^throua 1. the mail at aecond claaa ratea. Aodraaaall communications and make all^aaoaer payal'lo to the Montana Newa. BualneaaManager. Jama^* D. Graham.^St^te Soor*t^vry. IDACROVCH-HAZUGTT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: OaaTear ^* SixMoatba J5c Ooecrnt per copy in bundlea op to 5*0 NationalHeadquarters, Mahlon Barnea. Sec-^ratary. Room. 300-302. Boylaton Bid... Dear^^born St.. Chicago. 111. StateHeadquarter*. Ja*. D. Graham. Secre^^tary. 22 PaiW Avenue. Helena. Mont. STATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^C.reat Falls^Livingston Statusof the Western Federation Case^At Present. Conjectureis rife as to the further^developments in the ease that has be^^come world celebrated of the forces^of capitalism against that aggressive^And undoniitable combination of labor^known as the Western ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 September 1907

MONTANA NEWS, MKL1NA, MONTANA. THE WORKER'S WARNING. ByTilden Sempers. thatyour system This Isthe thing^breeds. Smoothlords of leisure sod gain,^^Despite the workers' warning cry^At your deadly peril and paint Mymasters, ye see my hair is gray,^I am old, who was never young;^From my childish toil your soft white^hands Theirmurderous gains have wrung.^My childhood, my masters, ye slew for^gold, Andyour hirelings aided you well,^Your Writers, teachers, clergymen,^^High priests of industrial hell. Wemust work for our masters pa^^tiently, Godwills wo must not complain,^We must live in want and filth and the^dark, Andeat what they disdain.^Ood wills that we should stunted be Inbody, brain and heart,^^Our cultured masters thereby aid Church,science, letters, art. Inschool and church and paper and^book, Yetaught us, and we believed,^That God ordained this monstrous^wrong, Mymasters, we'ro undeceived.^The will of God wo can leave to him, Fearshe for our puny powersf^But, masters all, wo kno...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 September 1907

4 State Department AlHarvey sends in $1 for sub* from^Fergus county. LocalDeans sends in seventy cents^donation. Hudsonof Local Dean sends ia $4^for ^iibs. HarryDavis of Local Butte sends in^$9.75 for due stamps. Twodollars for bundle orders comes^from Baker of Livingston. LocalGreat Falls sends in $3 for^due stamps. Asocialist of Whitehall gets active^and sends in a dollar for subs. HansPrevost wont to the Yellow^^stone to study the Geysers and located^nine yearly subs. ComradeHarkomen of Butte sends^in a bunch this week, the Butte list^ia increasing right along. Ourold stand by Powers of Billings^orders five sub cards and a bundle of^ten each week until end of the year. ComradeGriffith, a member at large,^renews his subscription to the News^and pays $1.50 for due stamps. ComradeGoodson writes that Local^Btevensville is getting active again. Increasethe organization, that is^what is needed at present. Get the^socialists into the local and make them^work. Get active, do something. T...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 September 1907

Votetor the Party^^f Your CUm MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOLV. HELENAMONTANA, THTRSDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. l'.M^7. NO.45. Guiltyas Charged P1^^^^ ^^ _ . Mrs.Hazlett Fined by Spokane Judge Change^For Being Good Speaker^Ap^^pealed to Superior Court Wednesday,Sept. 18, was the day^set by Judge Hide for bearing the^arguments of the attorneys upon my^ease, and rendering bis decision. The^trains are running so irregularly that^to make sure of being in court at two^o'clock, I was obliged to take the^night train from Rathdruro after the^meeting. It should have gone at 11^o'clock, but did not start out till three^ia the morning. So I was obliged to^lose my night's sleep, although I got^several hours after reaching Spokane. Thecourt room was filled again, with^policemen scattered through the work^^ing class audience. To be a working^man is prima facie evidence of crim^^inal tendencies according to capitalist jurisprudence. Thepr...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 September 1907

THKMONTANA NRW8. andPvjbll.had by the 9mI^IU(^Party ^/ Ma-Mana- issuedweekly. orriCKaa park ave. p. o. box 908 Bataredat the Pmi OBea for traaaia.Mlon^ttarovK b the aiall at aacoad claaa rata*. Addraaaall commaalcatlooa and make all^aaoaar 'payable to the Montana Newt. aaMtnt|M, Jam* a D.^Stavta Saoratavry. Graham. IDACKOUCH HAZLETT^MsBf SVBSCRIPTIONSt OaaTaar SUMontk*JSc Oaccent per copr in bandtaa ap to 500 NationHeadquarter*. Mahloa Baraea. Sec^retary Room 300-302. Boylatoa Bld^.. Dear^bora St.. Chlcaco. III. StateHeadquartera. Jaa. D. Grakaai. Secre^^tary. 22 Park Avenar. Heleaa. Moot. 5TATBCABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Creat Falls^Livingston FRANTICEDITORS. Thearrest and trial of Mm. Hazlett^has proved a veritable paradise for^pickaninny capitalist editors through^out the northwest who think that they^will completely obliterate socialism by^exploding their popguns at it. The^Montana Nam and its supporters have^been ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 September 1907

MONTANA NEWS, HJSL1NA, MONTANA. HereIs Freedom to All Who Would Toll. (Tune: I lo'e u i' laddies, but ane.)^Here is freedom to all who would toil^To produce what they can't do with^out Totill and make use of the toil,^Which ia ours without shadow of^doubt; Butto all who thia right would deny,^And yet boaat that we Britons are^free, Weright manfully answer^you lie,^And no longer your slaves we will be.^Chorus. Then,O tyrants and masters, beware,^No matter what your pedigree; Bythe Bed Flag of freedom we swear,^Neither master nor slave we will be. Thedark days of all humbug are gone,^We now live in a different age; We'veenvoived from the cave and the ,atone Toa thinking and rationalist age Andwhat they thought just for the^^lave, Eitherfeudal, wage, chattel or thane,^Now inherits oblivien's grave, Ne'erto be resurrected again.^For the cause of true liberty spreads, Andher worshippers revel in mirth,^Ay. wherever humanity treads Thissweet, smiling, beautiful earth;^Then sing, sing of 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. — 26 September 1907

MONTANA NEB. MBI. If. N A MONTANA t-.t TheSocialist and Unionists of Lot^Angeles and the south west are very^much alive to the general importance^ami the particular significance to the^national and international movement^of the kidnapping and deportation^from this country of the Mexican po^^litical offender* Mason, Villareal and^Bivera. Themen were unquestionably the^biggest game the capitalists of Mex^^ico and this country could have tingled^oat in order to perfect their plant of^intensified exploitation in Mexico, and^their fight should bo the Aght of the^organized workers of America., , Thethree Mexican revolutionists^were released on the 16, the governor^of thit atate refuting extradition to^Missouri. Job Harriman having prov^^ed that defendanti were not in that^state at the time charged with having^committed libel or jamped bail in Mis^souri. Submitting affidavits and the^resolutions of the Local (wich were^^ont to governors of California and^Missouri, and to Teddy, the terror)...

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

MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System TOL.V. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER S 1907. NO.46 StrikeIs' StillOn MachinistsRefusing to Work with^Scabs Boilermakers Who Are^Under Police Protection Theboilermakers' strike is still on^in full blast on the railroads in the^northwest, with prospects of the black^smiths ami machinists becoming in^^volved. LastWednesday a bunch of scabs^boilermakers were put to work in the^Livingston shops and some of them^were put to work on the same loco^^motives as machinists were working^on. The machinists would not work^^long side of a scab and told the boss^so, thereupon the superintendent dis^^charged tbem and put two more ma^chiniets in their places who likewise^refused scab company and were dis-^^harged. Theunion took up the case and de^^manded that the men be reinstated^and the scabs displaced, the company^refused the union's demand and the^boys threw down their tools and left^the shop. When...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 3 October 1907

THEMONTANA NEWS. AaVdraaaall eamoiaa . ationa in,t maka all^MM ptTlble Ut.it MuiU^ Nrwi, aaManagac. Jama* D.^Stilt* Sac rata. nr. Graham. IDACROVCH-HAZUETT^E4ttor SUBSCRIPTIONS: Oa Year UMoataa Oneceat per copy in l.undl.^ ap to 5S0 Nations'iJVadqoartera, Mahtoa Baraea. Sec^^retary Room XK^Mi Boylatoa Ride. Dear-^fcori St.. Chicaso, 111. StateBeadqaartara. Jaa. D. Graham. Secre^^tary, 23 Park Airnur. Beleaa. Meat. STATECABINET. ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney MONTANANEWS, HKLKNA^ MONTANA. TheHelena Independent ^* crowing^about having union men in its employ^and complying with the union rulea^at the aame time squirming becauae^the union* of Helena have put a boy^cott on it. The unions are after the^Independent for the slanderous insult^^ing editorials it printed against Moyer,^Haywood and Pettibone, and it is to^the credit of the unions that they^should resent such insults. Thetime ia coming, and coming^fast, when no se...

Publication Title: Montana News
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