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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 3 October 1907

'^ INASMUCH ByAnnie Q. Carter.^My ladjr poodle rests on down, Batedaintily, and, sated, Bleep*;^Am infant in an arch way 11m Onfroited stone, and starves^and WMpi. Mylady'a pet is very ill (Theluncheon was too rich for him)^And white-capped nuraee lave, his brow Andwait upon hit lighteat whim. Mylady'a pet receivos his frienda^In curled and taaaled dignity; Thebabe haa but a cotton frock^^The cast-off rag of charity. Methinkamy lady must have heard^The atory of that ancient plea Isaw Theo not an hunger'd Lorl;^A thirst, or sick, when saw I Theef Andhark) An echo from the past^Rings down through all eternity Yedid it not to these, my lambs,^And so you did it not to Mel Restrictionof Output. Theinternational congress of Miners^in session at Salzburg, Austria, last^week adopted a resolution putting the^organised mine workers of the world^en record against any restriction of^the output of coal. The British and^American delegates voted in the ma^^jority along with those of the various^Co...

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

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department Billing*orders twenty due tamp*. ordersa book of twenty Missoula^tempi. LocalLivingston orders sixty^Stamps and $10 of sub cards. due Keepup the good work and let us^double our circulation before 1908. Everymail brings in subscription^aardn from the northern part of the^state where Comrade Haalett is lec^turing in. Duringthe past week a large num^^ber of subs have been added to our^mailing list from farmer in Cascade^county. Thewestern and northern mailing^list have been greatly increased dur^^ing the past week. The eastern part^of the state is remaining stationary. ComradeKlamroth sends in a large^list of subs for Park City, Utah. .lohwork is continually pouring in^on us, the job department bad to be^increased one man this week. BillCragg sends in eighteen subs^frm Cascade county and *9 to pay for^same, this makes about thirty tubs^for Cragg during the month of Sep^^tember. ComradeBuzcell ia at his ranch at^Comrade. Since retiring from...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 October 1907

V 1Y^ur CUm MONTANANEWS. OWNEBAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOLV. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10 1907. NO.47. Temples ofInjustice UnionMan Found Lflbut* byCapitalist Judge^Soaked^For Aiding Strike JCpripaptBoilermakers Aggressive and Work ersShow Determined Spirit to^Fight Unjust Conditions Adincident of the Helena telephone^strike which shows the absolute lav^^ish subservience of capitalist eonrts,^judges and governments instituted by^the dominant economic powers, it the^snwarranted and outrageous persecu^^tion that the Bell Telephone company^sided by the district court, has heap^^ed upon the head of a union man^here. Thisunion man is not a red eyed^socialist or a red shirt anarchist, but^he has come in contact with the white^shirt anarchist, and he has got the^worst of it. He is a respectable re^publican, and an alderman in Helena^for the first ward. He has thought^heretofore that he lived amid the^blessings of free institution...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 October 1907

THKMONTANA NEWS. andPublish** by tha Socialist^Party af Montana. ISSUEDWEIKI.V. orrici12 ta*k ave. r. o. box 908 Basarasat taa Peat OBjca far Vaaaaa.aaloo^tkroarta tae nail at aerond claaa rata*. AAaraaaall reajaiaaicatioaa and ataka all^r payaala to tke Moataaa Newa. Manaaw.Jama* O. Graham.^Stavt* Saoratavry. IDACROVCH HAIIXTT SVBSCRIPIieNS OaaTaar Soe UMoatae IV Oaecaatpar capj ia kaaalaa ap ta SW Mattoaa'Headqaartera. Mahlaa Bar ur. Sec^^retary. Uaoai JOO-JM, Bojlatoa Bla^.. Daar-^Wra St.. Caicaao. III. SuraHeadquarter*. Jaa. D. Grakaai. Secre^^tary. 22 Park AttiM, Heleaa. Maat. -state cabinet^George Ambrose JohnHome^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. SocialistCountess. TheAnaconda Standard devote* con^^siderable space to a cut of the Counte*s^of Warwick, who is visiting America^at this time, with a detailed account^of her many philanthropies. It ne^^glects to state, however, the chief item^for which t...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 October 1907

i THEREWARD OF SOCIALISM. Whysteepest thouf bright (lawns the glorioiumorning!^The battling hosts long wait thee on theHeld: Awake)the world of labor's joining,^Naught can withstand, the foe mint^yield; Awake!the -world of labor's joining,^A world we'll gain, full joatice wield. Chorus. lab'rera, wake! and break your^chains! You'venaught to lose, you've all the worldto gain;^Tour children's cries, your brother's Woesto duty oall;^O, haste the glorious Socialist reign. Mustchildren's tears, for food and^rest appealing, Muetsuffering wives and brothers^plead in vainf Shallwrong prevail, its blight reveal^^ing Heartschilled and dulled thro' selfish^gain! Bhallwrong prevail, its blight reveal^^ing Thestrong asleep! the conscience^slain! Howcanst thou sleep, when 'round the worldare falling^Thy comrades true tho' tyrants' greedysway I^Thy brother's blood is loudly calling,^The pow'r is thine, the call obey;^Thy brother's blood is loudly calling,^Awake! and act, be men, to-day! Awake,Awak...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 10 October 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department Ourcirculation now in Idaho ia al^Boat aa large as in Montana. ComradePel era of Red Lodge sends^la $6 for dues from th.it burg. AitWinston our circulation is great^^er than that of the Record and In^^dependent combined. ComradePiatt of Local Como was^one of the Montana News visitors^during Fair week. Thecirculation of the News in^East Helena is greater than that of^the Helena Independent for a whole^week ComradeWealeder ordered another^dozen ^Machine Politics^ when he^waa in Helena attending the meeting ofthe Cabinet. JohnLynch of Shelby Junction^senda in his membership at large, and^ask for the meeting place of Local^Butte, where he spends hie winter*. Iuuirade Powera comes in from^Billinga with the best written re^^port prepared in Montana. The re^^port is accompanied by a check of^V for stamps. ComradeJarrett of Chestnut impa^tiently wanta to know why he don't^I get his paper. He says he is anxious^Job work ia coming in ao fast that...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 October 1907

jsjgt* Votebar the Party^^f Y^^!ir CtaM MONTANANEWS. OWNKDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.V. UKI. EN A MONTANA. THII1LSI^A.. OCTOBER 17 l^07. NO.48 CAPITALISTCRIME ON BROWN Boise,Iilaho.^Hhoriff Brown of Ba^^ker City, Oregon, was assassinated by^a bomb explosion at hi* front yard^(rate Monday evening, Sept. 30, 1907.^The papers flash it upon the public an^a deadly parallel to the murder of^ex-fcovernor Frank Steunenberg. Lastnight's papers state that Brown^makes a ^lying statement charging his^murder to the Western Federation of^Miners. This morning's Daily States^^man plays up the story of Brown's^assassination with the, headlines pro^^claiming the guilt of the Western Fed^eration. It is announced that Brown^is the sheriff who arrested Steve^A^lams when Adams was inveigled^from Haines, Ore., and brought to^Idaho and placed in the penitentiary^at Boise with Orchard, and that be^^cause Brown arrested Adams he gain^ed the enmity of th...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 October 1907

THKMONTANA NKW8. andP\jhll*h^^i by ths SooUllat^Party of MonUn*. ISSl'KD^ KEKI.V. OrriCK2 2 PARK avk. P. O. BOX 908 BatanxlM Hi.' Net OMi fw traaam.aaion^thr^a^h the mail ^i ~-^-o^u cIih rate*. Adtltf--all ornimuni.-ationa and vaka all^aaoarT aajraMl \m ill.- Montana Nfwi. MONTANANEWS, 11 h'LENA^ MONTANA. BuslnoaaManager. Jama^a O. Graham.^si.mi. s... i^.l^rv IDAc ^'M 1 II HA/LF.II Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS! OaaYrar Soc SllMont In *5c Oaecent per copy in bundlea ap ta StO Nationa'Headquarter*. Ifataloa Baraea. Sec-^ratai r. ROSSI .WO-302. Boyletoo Bid... Dear-^kora St., C'aicajto. III. Stat*Hradqnartera. Jaa. D. tiranam. Secra-^taxy. 22 Park Arrnur. llclnaa. Mont. STATECABINET ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston GeorgeAmbrose^John Home ^^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney THETERRORIST MOVEMENT Thekilling of Sheriff Brown and the^recent sending of bombs to Governor^Bucbtel and other prominent persons^in Deuver shows that the terrorist^Movement is in our midst here in Am^erica...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 October 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THECOMPETITIVE PLAN. ByJ. L. McOceery.^An employer Inserted ^ note in the^Poit. Thathe needed some workmen^a cou^^ple at moat Andfound himself aoon in the midft^of a hoat. Myfriends,^ he said ,^ in hiring a^man, Ofcourse I must get him as cheap^as I can^^plan. Saidone, ^I've wife and children^three; Myaged mother is living with me;^I meed twelve dollars a week.^ said^ha. I'vea wife and child,^ the next ona^^aid; Mymother, thank God, is long ago^dead; Tendollars a weak will buy our^bread. I'veonly a wife,^ said the third, andhence^Onr living involves e smaller ex- pense.'' Mywife each week earns a dollar or^two. Saidthe next; ^If I were to work for^you Abouteight dollars a weak would do.1' Ihave no wife,^ aaid the next; ^I^stay Withmy parents, who board me with^^out any pay;^So I will work for a dollar a day. Saidthe next, in a tone most meek andsubdued:^^For twenty-four hours I've tasted nofood; I'lltake four dollars with gratitude. Thenext one aaid, ^I...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 October 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department LocalStevcnsville ii waking up and^^ending for supplier They say they^will have a meeting soon and raise^Kme money. LocalKendall sends in $3 to pay^for tht advertisement of their local^in the News. This is 91. way to help^the News along. Theunions of Great Falls had about^$400 left over from their Labor Day^celebration. $85 of this has been voted^to the News. This sounds good to us.^Takes money to pay the bills. ComradeStone of Garnet was in^town several days last week. The hiredengineer on the Missoulian. Joe's^man introduced Joe and Joe introduced^^Slippery^ Tom and so the campaign^for 1908 waa launched in Missoula. Joe^Dixyn'g man ,Derry, Joe and Tom were^the whole cheese. I don't know which^is steeped the most in Standard Oil. Justthink of Joe and Tom as Labor^Day orators with men in line of march^who never did anything except con^^sume ^boore,^ with all the tremen^^dous pressure brought to bear. The^showing was a funny fake, about ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 October 1907

Vol*tor the Party fYour CUUM MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.V. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24 1^07. NO.4tt PETTIBONEON TRIAL AT BOISE Boise,Idaho, Oct. 15, 1907. Promptlyat ten o'clock this morn^^ing the court convened and the eaae^of George Pettibone was taken up. Attorney*Janiea II, Hawley, leading^prosecutor for the state, and County^Attorney Van Duyn of Canyon county^were present for the state and Clar^^ence Harrow of Chicago, Feter Breen^of Butte, Fred Miller of Spokane, K^J. Perky, Edgar Wilson of Boise and^Leon Wit/., i of Wardner repreaented^Pettibone. Pettibonewas brought into the court^room in charge of Guard Kas Beemer^and entered with a quick elaatic atep,^nodded and smiled to his atorneys as^be took his seat. Pettibone looks any^^thing but a well man, his cheeks are^pale and aunken, his whole appearance^ia that of a man whose health is com^^pletely kroken down. On the lapel of^bis coat he wore 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. — 24 October 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THKMONTANA NEWS. Owiwaan* PubUehed by tha Saolellat^Party ^/ Mootaruv ISSUEDWEEKLY. Ief1ck22 park ave. p. o. box 908 mermat the Net OlBce for traaam.aaloa^through the mail at aecood claw rate*. AddrM*all communicationa and make all^noaev payable 1^ the Montana News. Manager.Jamea D. Graham.^St^t^ SAoretaxry. IDACHOVCH-HAZLETT^Editor SVDSCRlPTIONSi JaaYear ^^^ inMontha JSc Onecent per copy in bundlm op to 500 Natlona'Hra^1^iuart*r^. Mahlon Baraea. Sec-^ratary. Room 300-302. Boylaton Bldg.. Dear-^^.r o St.. Chicago. 111. StateHeadqoartera, Jaa. D. Graham. Secre^^tary. 22 Park Avenue. Helena. Mont. STATECABINET ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney Livingston THERELATION OF SOCIALISM TO^THE LABOR MOVEMENT Withinthe last week several com^^plaints have come to this office from^hard-fighting union men of persons^connected with the socialist party who^are notorious scabs, and whose record^in the labor ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 October 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THESONS OF MARTHA. RudyardKipling. TheSons of Mary seldom bother, for they have inherited that good part,^But the Sons of Martha favor their mother of the careful soul and the^troubled heart; Andbecause she loat her temper once, and becauae she was rude to the^Lord her Oueat, Heraons must wait upon Mary's Bona^world without ou.L, reprieve or^reat. Itia their care in all the ages to take the buffet and cushion the ahock;^It ia the caro that the gear cngagea; it ia their care that the switchea lock;^It ia their care that the wheela run truly; it ia thoir care to embark and^entrain, Tally, transport, and deliver duly the Bona of Mary by land and main. Theyaay to the mountains, ^Be ye removed!^ They say to the lesser floods,^Run dry!^^Under their rods are the rocks reprovd^they are not afraid of that which iahigh. Thendo the hilltops shake to the summit; then is the bed of the deep^laid bare Thatthe Bons of Mary may overcome it, pleasantly sleeping and unaw...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 October 1907

MONTANANEWS stateDepartment ABAD QUARTEK OF AN HOTJB. Itra on the 18th of November,^1852, an J in London. The ^Iron^Duke^ and ^victor in a hundred batt^les^ whon the English people had,^asverthelesB, made meek and tame at^ike time of the reform movement, Lord^Wellington had died on the Hth of^September in his Walmer Gastle and^on the 18th of November the ^nation^^al hero^ was to receive a ^national^burial^ and to be laid with ^nation^si^ pomp in St. Paul's church along^aide of other ^national heroes. Sincethe day of hii death^nearly^two months past^this celebration had^been the talk of all England and es^^pecially of all London, for just aa the^man who was the center of it had sur-^pmssed all former heroes in the opin^^ion of Englishmen, so this celebration^^hould su rjviss all former national fes^^tivities in splendor and grandeur.^And this waa the day. All England^waa in motion, all London was on foot.^Hundreda of thousands had gathered^from the provinces, thousands and^thousands ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 October 1907

Votetor the Party^^f Vour CtaM MONTANANEWS. OWNCBAM) PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF NOHTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOLV. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY. OCTOBKK 82 IM7. NO.50 BISHOPOF LONDON ON SOCIALISM STEVE ADAMS TRIAL BEGINS EVENTS OF ORGANIZED LABOR SpecialLondon cable to the New^York Herald: A striking speech on^socialism which has created something^of a stir, was delivered by the bishop^of Stepney, Dr. Lang, at the church^congress the other day. Wosee,^ he is reported to have^^aid, ^the tide of a great movement^which, whether wo like it or not, is^going to be the master current of the^life of the people of Kngland in the^twentieth century. Thereis nn abundance of luxury,^but there is an appalling abundance^of poverty. The nineteenth century^forgot that it isn't enough to produce^wealth lavishly. It is important how^it is distributed. The reaction was^bound to come. Borne of us welcome^it. The nineteenth century was a per^^iod of individualism and competition;^the twenti...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 October 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 1 TUBMONTANA NWS. 4Pv.kltoh^l by the^Party v M^*^1 ISSUEDWEEKLY. OrTlCKIJ PA BE ATE. p. o. box 0o8 atlb* Poet CMBaa far traaem.ealoa^tkroaf ^ tha mall at aaraad claaa rata*. Addraaaall connnanioatloaa aad aiaaa all^MM, payable to the Moataaa New*. Mana*r. JtnM D. Graham.^Stevta Saorotaxry. IDACROUCH HAZLETT^Editor^J. r. M ABIE.^A^ ^. let* Editor SVBSCRIPTIONSi OaaYear S^* Sixkf.mtha JSc Oaacent per copy la bundle* ap tu S Matioea'Headquarter*. Maklaa Baraea. Sec-^rstary. Room 30CV300. BayUtoa Bids-. Dear^bora St.. Chlcace. III. StateReadqaartara. Jaa. D. Graham. Secre^^tary, n Park Itaiu. Releaa. Moat. STATBCABINET ButteBillings^Chico^Great Fall. GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Ma hie^George Wealeder T.J. Rooney Livingston beginningof her difficulties, needed^the $125 he had advanced to secur*^the case. At the first word of the^trouble with I^oeal Spokane, the Kali^^[toll comrade* had wired that they^would put up any kind of a bond that^was required, and ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 October 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THESUPREME SELF. (^Ia not this great Babylon thatI have built....by the might of^my power, and for tho honor of my^majesty I Thetime hour wu the thing ful^filled upon Nebukadnesxar; and he was^driven from men, and did eat grass aaoxenDaniel: Chapter 4.) Theindividual grandee Looksnot to find one of his kind,^And sees but self; he cannot see Whypeople say he is stone blind. Bypolyps braced with polyp nigh,^Each coral on its fellow's grave Upbuildsan island, by and by, Whereon somo palm may proudly^wave. Andbo each life alone is nought^^A thing apnrt. devoid of plan Unlesswith brother lives enwrought^It grows worth while because of^ma.n Themonster ^I^, the self supreme Confoundedass, guy of his class,^And braggart fool^wakes from his^dream Hehears ha has; He goes to grass; A. W. Frederick, Norfolk, Madera^County California. ACorrection. Helens,Mont., Oct 29.^To the Editor of the Montana News^A friend called my attention to an^article in your paper of last...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 October 1907

MONTANAHEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. StateDepartment Liebkneoht' Marx given with every^six eub cards sold. Order now. Chaa.Monroe-, of Manhattan sonJs^in a new sub which ho has captured. LenaMorrow Lewis sends in the^flrnt dollar for Mrs. Hazlett's defense^fund. Can'tyou get two subscriptions for^the News a weekf fiend for some^sub cards. MachinePolitics^ 8 for 50 cts. LocalBillings sends in 17 votes on^the referendum and reports 21 mem^^bers paid up for October. ComradeChurning, secretary of Lo^^cal Mpokane, sends in his ballots on^the national referendum, and says^they expect to begin meetings soon HenryUeckel of Helena subscribes^50 cents for a weekly bundle of the^Newa for distribution. TheFinnish local of Butte sends^$11.55 toward defraying the *L^5M debt^against the Montana News which Com-^ado Graham is attempting to raise. Buyyour boy or girl six Bubs^ rip^tion cards for the News and let thrm^get out and sell them, and get a copy^of Liobknecht's ^Marx^ for a pres^^ent. The book ia f...

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

V.s tor ^*. Party^^f Y^W CUm MONTANANEWS, Aborts*Mm Capt-^Ulto* Systassi Utolliitor-.su Ubrvy WNEtANB PUBLISHES) BY THE SOCIALIST PAJtTY OF MOil ANA VOL.T. HELKNAMONTANA, THFRSOAY. NOV KM BKR 7 1907. NO.52 STEVEADAMS JURY COMPLETED STEVEADAMS TRIAL AnotherBattle in the Class Struggle^Begins at Rathdrum SpocltlC^rr^^ponder^^^. Rathdrum,Ida., Nov. 5.^Tho special venire of HO men sum^^moned for the Adams trial was ex^^hausted yesterday afternoon, and the^judge ordered a aeconJ venire of 20^men, which the sheriiff engaged to de^liver in court thia afternoon at 2^o'clock. There are but three peremp^tories that can be used, one for the^atate and two for the defense. A num^ber will undoubtedly disqualify as op-^poaed to capital punishment, and still^others for prejudice, but even taking^thia into consideration it was thought^that 20 men would be ample from^which to complete the jury. The op^^position to returning a verdict of guil^^ty where the punishment ia death, is^more marked in thia c...

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

MONTANAE*^ THKMONTANA NEWS. iimm* and Pvjfcha*.** by thu Saolallal^Party mf Ntnttnt. ISSUEDWEEKLY. 12PARK ATI. P. O. BOX 908 attaa Puat Ofllca far traaam.aaloa^n lb. aiil at aaraad claaa rataa. allcMiaiaaicatloaa and naka all^payable ta taa Montana Nt-wa. Manaaw.Jtmu D. Graham.^Staxto Saoratary. IDACROVCM-HAZLXTT^MMM^J. T. M ABIE.^Aeroclata Editor SVBSCRIPTIONS. atTaar5^c 1MoatkaMc Oawcoat ^i^r eapr In bnndlea ap t^ 5s0 Btatioaa.'rii-adaaartar*. Makloa Barnes. Sec^^aaa-y. Bom ^^^ ^i BaTlaton Bld^.. Dear-^Bra St.. Ckiraca. III. Haadqaartrra,Jaa D. Graham. Secra-^^^, 33 Park Avaaaa. Hrlaaa. Mont. STATECABINET. ButteBillings^Chico^Great Fall*^Livingston GeorgeAmbrose^fohn Home^J f. Ma hie^George Wesleder^t. J. Rooney TboHelena Independent ia com^paling of the boycott being placed^ajrainot it by organized labor, claiming^that it has the union label and is fair^ta^ lalior and condemns Alex Fairgrieve,^fanwjd.ni. and Howard Smith, secre^^tary of the Montana Federation of^Labor, as being t...

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