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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 August 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS, HK1.KNA. MONTANA Weare^Giving Away Sviits Inour Hoys' department.^Every boy in town .should^have one. Gans^ Klein ButteComrades^^ On the Move. Resolved,T hat in cast- a noini-^DCC Oil our county ticket receives tin-nomination or indorsement fromany otlier political party and^doet not publicly reject such nom^^ination or indorsement within^boUTS, the county central commit^^tee is hereby authorized and di^^rected to remove such nominee off^the ticket and reconvene this con^^vention for the purpose of substi^^tuting another in his place; and^be it further Resolved.That it is the sense of^this convention that public of^^ficials are the servants of the peo^^ple and therefore in keeping with^this principle, any candidate elect^^ed on the county Socialist ticket^shall be expected to council with^Socialist Local No. I of the So^^cialist party on all important mat^^ters of county government, and^give due weight and consideration^to the opinion of the majority of^that body I ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 August 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS, HK1.KNA. MONTANA AttorneyMiller, Republican Labor^Faiker Will Butt-in at Livingston. Thereis trouble brewing lOMMg tin- laboring men of Living^^ston. A committee representing all the unions met to arrange for^Labor day ; a sub-committee was appointed to secure the orator of^the day. with instructions to get a labor man. The oration commit^^tee's ideas of a labor man were very limited and they immediately^hied themselves to see a lawyer who is all the time calling the^attention of the laborers of Park county to what a good friend of^labor he is. Arriving at the labor lawyer's OSBCC, the oration com^^mittee proceeded to cross-examine the smiling attorney to investi^^gate how great a labor record he had. He assured them that he was^a good union man being a member in good standing of the bar asso^^ciation, pointed with pride to his union card which hung on the^wall in a two feet square frame. Sure enough, his labor record is^all right, he is a member of the barristers' ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 September 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. VOLII. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, 8EITEMBEB 7. 1901 *0. 51 Socialismin^Jefferson Co. TileSocialist movement in Jefferson countv is showing wonder^^ful improvement. Clancy and Itasin arc the strong centers. Sunday^there was a local formed at Ibuilder. In anil around Iktsin, which is^a Heinze camp, there will he a strong Socialist vote. It i* generally^understood in Basin, hy those who watch the political checkerhoard.^that HeinZC ami the Amalgamated are one. and that whatever moves^Ilcin/c may make in the future, will he to till hit political obligations^with the great c^ipper trust. Those sharing this idea, point to the^fact that all of the machinery, such as concentrating tahles. etc.. that^are now being placed in the new addition to his concentrator here,^are transferred from the Amalgamated company's works in Anaconda^It is understood that Heinze will canvass the state in an MtOtnobile^A re|mhlican politician here Mated that it would he propelled by^kerosene powe...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 September 1904

THI MON TANA N1 \VS, Hl.l KNA, MON TANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.M. WALSH Editorm.n4^Publisher OFFICE22 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Interrdat the Pout Office for transmission^through the mail at second clau rate*. SUBSCRIPTION.UM PER YEAR. Aderti^itiK Ratr^ made known upon applica^^tion at this office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and nianv errors^are carlessly made at certain^postorfices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^ly notifying this office of the^same. kVWVWWWWWVWWVtl SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident KugeneV. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President BenHanford of New York ForPresidential Flectors ^^W. N. Holden, of Silver Bow.^J. F. Mabie, of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver Bow. For(Jovernor MalcombC.O'Malley. Silver Bow. Forl ieutenant (iovernor^^John VV. Frinke, of Deer Lodge. ForCongressman J.H. Walsh, of Fergus. F...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 September 1904

THKMONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA Weare^Giving Away BaJl Inour Boys' department.^Every boy in town should^have one. Gans^ Klein ComradeVanHorne^Says the News is 0. K. Hutte.Mont., Aug. 29.^J. II. Wftlall, Helena. Mont. DeafSir and Comrade: Kn-^CaOSCd \on will find a dipping that^OM of tin- comrade* handed me^the other day and I thought it^would he a very good article to^print in The News if you see fit^and have space for it. It is: But,says some one, is tin re^any use in our making an effort ^^Arc not all the hankers of this^country, all of the trusts and great^corporations of this country, all^of the powerful lofCM of this^country. i^. not the fashion of this^country, are not the drawing^rooms and the cluhs of this coun^^try now controlled hy concen^^trated and corrupt wealth' Are^they not growing ^tronger every^year, and do they not vilify and^attempt to crush everybody that^does not suhtnit^ (^an anything^he accomplished in the way of^curhing this great force and pro^^tecting the ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 September 1904

1 THKMONTANA NKWS, HKI.KNA, MONTANA IContinued from page i) sopsthat tht capitalist class is throwing to the workeri to make them^think they arc moving toward greater freedom. As though the refer^enduin would do any good with the capitalist and his tish in control. Thene^t meeting w ore at Stc\cnsville. The hand here is small,^but it is composed of as earnest workers as there are in the state.^Every man is a pood man and keeps up his end of the movement.^The meetings here were also very encouraging. Missoulareally carried the hanner. if such could he said of any^^one point, in regard to enthusiasm, numbers and doing things right^up to the top notch. The Missoula people are making the fakirs^quake. Atthis writing there remains hut Anaconda mi the state route.^Never before in my experience have the people shown such desire^to hear the Socialist doctrines. The crowds have been uniformly^excellent. The plan of the state committee to have the work done^without expense to the Mate, but as...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 September 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. VOL.II. HELENA,MONTANA. WKDNKtiUAY. BK1TEMBEB 14, 11*04. NO. :2 ShortSquibs^^ To the Point Question \\ hy ii ^ labor fakir likea di ^ublc-bit ax Answerbecause both cut (po^^litical) wood cither way. Thewage slaves have nothing tolose by tbt stealings of the Amalgamatedstock jobbers, now beingexpo^d by Lev/sou, Tbey canlnok oil with complacency, to^the fact that it was only the small!^fiftv thousand dollar exploiter who|^got it where the lady is in the:^hahit of wearing the heads. TheJoe Toole ^Socialists^ at I^the slate capitol Insilding are look-j^tag askance. and are in a nebulous^state. W ith the \iualgainated | companyIndorsing Toole for gov^^ernor, and the aforesaid ^Social^^ists^ Standing against ^ I 'eabody-^ism in Montana.^ they are what^yon might call in a h^1 of a fix.^Likely thev will adjust matters^(). K. Thegrc.it trouhle with the pure^and simple union man is that he^wants the Socialists in the union^to be union men all the year, and^on the day precedin...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 September 1904

2 THEMONTANA NKWS. HKLENA. MONTANA THKMONTANA NEWS. 1SSIkh weekly. J.H. WALSH Editor^n^l^Publl^h^r OmCI22 I'ARK AVE. P. (). HOX 908 Enteredat tin- !*^^^^ Office for traimm Union^ttariiutfh tin* 111.1 ' at woom! . l.iss rate*. srhsck 1 i-tion . ILM l'kk yeah. AdTertlMinyR.v.r^ m.nle known upon apt^1ira-^torn at thin office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is nrac^tical'y perfect, and niaiiv errors^are carlessly made at certain^postoffices, antl our reade r s^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. kWVWWWVWWWW** A EugeneV. Debs s/ BenHanford SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident KugeneV. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President HenHanford of New York ForPresidential Flectors^^\\. \. Holden, of Silver How.^J. F. Mabie, of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver How. ForGovernor MalfombCi.O'Malley, Silver How. ForI ieutenant Governor JohnW. Frinke. of Deer L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 September 1904

THKMONTANA NEWS, HKI.KNA, MONTANA Weare^Giving Away Sviits Inour Buys' department.^Every boy in town .should^have one. Gans^ Klein T5heMontana News 25c FromSept. 15 to Jea\. 1,1905 Comradel .vaii O. Jackson and^family have, after a mi n i it ht's out^^ing through the national park,^gone to Minidoka. Idaho, where^they will locate a homestead. ComradeSchmidt is in receipt^of l letter from Comrade Hicky,^who is ftpeaking in Minneapolis,^Minn., and is having good suc^^cess. Mr. Hicky has lectured on^Socialism in every town of im^^portance between Butte and Min^^nesota and his many friends in^Montana will he glad to hear of^the food work that he is doing. Thecomrades of Butte are ex^^pecting a visit from J. H. Walsh,^Socialist candidate for UMgreSS-^man. on Sept. 20. Welcome,^Brother Walsh ; we will have all^in readiness for a rousing speech ;^a real love feast that evening, and^we hope that everybody will come^ami get acquainted. Theregular meetings of Butte^Loral N^^. 1 have bCCfl chan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 September 1904

THEMONTANA NKWS, HKl.KNA, MONTANA Correspondence5 Chico.Mont., Sept. II.^J. H. Walsh. Helena. DearComrade I Knelosed find^postoffice money order for one dol^^lar to pay for my sub to News. Havebeen out M I ten days*^trip with a hunting party and fi^o^out again in about a week for a^30 days' trip. Hope to be back in^time to help a little with the cam^^paign. The News is improving.^With best wishes, fraternallv^yours.J. F. M ABIE. ' '^ ^a^ -* Missoula.Sept. 12.^J. H. Walsh. Helena. DearSir and Comrade: En^^closed find money order for twelve^dollars. 1 have sent in ten six^months subs and seven yearly. If^you want names of six months^subscribers let me know. Send^me another bundle of papers; I^am going out amongst the farm^^ers next week. Regards to Com^^rade Lynch. Fraternally vours. W.P. GRAHAM. ^i ^ i^ ^a^ (liltEdge. Sept. 6.^J. H. W alsh. Helena. FriendWalsh: Yours of .25th^inst. to hand and contents noted.^You will find enclosed check for^$10.00. Have spoken to several of^the boys...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 September 1904

in THEMONTANA NEWS. VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1904. No.1 BishopPotter^On the Classes Wehave before us a copy of the Chicago Interior, one of the most^widely circulated of church papers, in which a writer, discussing the^^Domestic Service Problem.^ says: ^What has brought about the^present attitude of women towards domestic service!' Are not women^of the upper classes chiefly to blame^ .... The lower classes^have followed this leading as far as possible.^ Here is an admission^of the division of society into two distinct classes, which this writer^calls ^upper^ and ^lower.^ (And this in a ^Christian^ journal.)^Much of what follows is highly amusing to the Socialist who must^not be expected to sympathize too keenly with the ^afflicted ladies^^who cannot understand why their ^help^ will not remain with them^^even though they are willing to pay good wages^far more than^the same girl could earn in a factory, etc.^ ( ^f course the trouble is^largely due to the fact ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 September 1904

2 THI.MONTANA NKWS, HKI.KNA. MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. issuedweekly. J.h. WALSH Editornnd^Publisher office22 PAKK ave. H. O. BOX 908 Eatrivdat the Pout Office for lran^mi^^i^^n^tin.iim 11 the mail at Krcond claaa rate*. SUBSCRIPTION.fl.UO I'EK YEAR. AdTiTtixiiigRates maile known upon aiu'llca-^tion at this office. www*\*\*%vmi Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly shotilti^notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^tically perfect, and many errors^are carlessly made at certain^postofTices, ami our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. www^vwwwwwww EugeneV. Dehs BenHanford SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident EugeneV. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President BenHanford of New York ForPresidential Klectors^^W. N. Holden, of Silver Bow.^J. F. Mabie, of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver Bow. 1or (lovernor Malcombd.O'Malley, Silver Bow. ForI ieutenant Ciovemor JohnW. Frinke, of Deer Lodge. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 September 1904

THKMONTANA NEWS, HKI.KNA, MONTANA Weare^Giving Away BaJl Suits Inour Boys' department.^Every boy in town should^have one. Gans^ Klein J5heMontana News 25c FromSept. 15 to Jaun. 1,1905 Fivelawyers on the democratic^state ticket! Surely that ought to^Mtisfy the workingman ! \science of reconstructing so^^ciety on an entirely new hasis, hy^substituting the principle of asso^^ciation for that of competition in^^Very branch of human industry.^^Worcester's I )ictionary. Duringthe llazlett campaign in^Ravalli county, on the second^night this fluent speaker addressed^the people of Stevensville. in front^of the hall there was twenty-nine^teams tied ; the farmers having^driven five to twenty miles to hear^^ Socialist orator. Are the farm^^ers coming to Socialism Wilehirehas reduced the oricc ofhii yearly Mtbacription cards to -'5cents. Cards will he sent to^anyone on Credit and payment^need not he made until sold. Tliis^^ liter is ;m especially good chance^to get a finely illustrated dollar^S...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 September 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA Correspondence ComradeM.J. Kennedy has had^large meetings during the past^week at Red Lodge (2). Bridger,^Billings. Big Timber (2), Living^^ston, Chico, and on the 19th he^lectured to the locked out miners^of Aldridge on ^Unionism and So^^cialism. AtBig Timber some Smart^Aleck tried to disturb the meeting^by throwing a giant fire cracker^into the crowd; the coward was^not identified, as he made himself^scarce, being afraid of the crowd,^who were in sympathy with Ken^^nedy. ComradeKennedy speaks at^Bozeman on the 20th and 21st;^Chesnut 22d, Bozeman 23d. A^route through Fergus county is^now being planned for liim. IdaCrouch-Hazlett will speak^at Big l imber Sept. 23, Living^^ston 24. Fishtail 25, Red Lodge 26^and 27, Bridger 28. Gebo 29. Spargospeaks at Butte 23, 24,^25, Anaconda 26. Hamilton 28, 29. Millsat Anaconda 24, Butte 25^and 26. Alocal of 12 charter members^has been organized at St. Regis. Localsare earnestly requested^to gather subscriptions ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 September 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS I VOL.III. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, BEPTEMBEB 28, L901 No.-l InfamousDick Military L^w in Free America! Introducedin the House of Representatives, June 30,1902 as House Bill No. 11,654 and Rushed Through Over the^Head of a Small Opposition, by 180 Ayes against 27 Nays.^Passed by Senate, Approved by President. PUBLISHEDBY THE MONTANA FEDERATION OF LABOR. PublicNo. 33.^A11 act to promote the efficiency of the militia,^and for other purposes, Reit enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the^United States of America in congress assembled. That the militia^shall consist of every able bodied male citizen of the respective states,^territories, and the District of Columbia, and every ahle-bodicd male^of foreign birth who has declared his intention to become a citizen,^who is more than iS and less than 45 years of age, and shall be di^^vided into two classes the organized militia, to be known as the^national guard of the Male, territory, or District of Columbi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 September 1904

THEMONTAN A NKWS, H F.I.KNA, MONTANA THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEK1.V. J.H. WALSH Cdltoravnd^Publla ormk tl i'akk avk. r. o. h'^\9o8 trrrd at the Pout Offi.-r (or MMSMMH^tbroniih the mail at M-rund claiwi rat^-^. SUUSIKII'TION.PER YEAR. AdTiriioing Raiei. made MM uixin ai^plira^^tion at itam office. iWV\ Anvsubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^onlv takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and many errors^are carlessly made at certain^postottices, and our reade r s^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. kVVVVVVVVWWVWV'tf EugeneV. Debs Ben Hanford SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident KugeneV. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President BenHanford of New York ForPresidential Klectors^^W. N. llolden, of Silver Bow.^J. F. Mabie, of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver Bow. ForCiovernor MalcombO.O'Malley, Silver Bow. ForI ieutenant Governor^^John W. Frinke, of Deer Lodge. ForCongressman ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 September 1904

GK CLOTHING^i Honrsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. CORRESPONDENCE Ina letter dated Sept. 25 C om^^rade (iraliam says: ^I am not ac^^quainted with the comrades of^Fergus county ; glad you gave me^list of names. Can you give me a^list like that for Chouteau^ I am^writing quorum asking authority^to put A. T. Harvey on the road^as special organizer as soon as^funds warrant it. There is work^for three more organizers and they^are needed right now. I have sent out1 large numher of letters to^Socialists in unorganized districts^and expect to put Kennedy into^I'road water county to see about^lining that county up. Then the^northern part of the state lias got^to be attended to as soon as pos^^sible. YYe are hampered by a lack^of cash^$40 in treasury and about^$i'*^ owing. Sweetgrass intends^holding county convention Oct. 6. RedLodgtt, Sept. 22.^Montana News. Helena. Mont. DearComrades: Yours of the^loth, ad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 September 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS, HELENA. MONTANA Weinstein's THEFRIEND OF THE WORKINGMEN Yourfriend, because we are bound TO REDUCE THE^HKJH COST OF LIVING, of wearing Apparel for yourself^and family, In fact of any and all expenditures you may^have. Here are fact*. READ AND COMPARE PRICE5. MEN'SHEAVY CORDUROY WORKING PANTS, Sweet^Orr \Co's. make ' Union made) every pair guaranteed by tne^maker Ej.50is the price in charge stores, here for spot CI^cash, only * MKN'SHEAVY WEIGHTS NEW FALL SUITS made of^good strong and very servicable materials, same kind asCA Sjft^you pay elsewhere J10.00, for our spot cash price, only*^ * BOYS'TWO-PIECE SCHOOL SUITS, doublebreasted, madeup of the latest fabrics and styles; you cannotduplicate itanywhere in the long time charge stores at $2.50,Cj AQ ourcash price only Men'sheavy rivited Over^alls the kind that only Wein-^steins sell and that you pay^elsewhere 65c for cash ^t)r^and not on time Hoysextra strong made blue^Dennini overalls, the kind that^will last your y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 October 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. VOL.III. HKLENA,.MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBKH :,. \m. SocialistsActive^In Carbon Count) Editorof The New*, Helena. Wehave met the Combined v\\-^etny, *'tlie twins,^ known as i h e^gumo-republico, capitalistic polit^^ical aggregation, owned by John^I). Rockefeller, and appoint ed bj^the regular hell-sheep^Mover.^(Hidden and Kg WO, who arc -im^^posed to ring the belli attached to^their necks, and I ave the pour,^deluded voter follow them into the fly-trapof capitalism. Mrs.Ida Crouch lla/lett lias^made a hurried tOUT of Carbon^comity. speaking fir.-, t lishtail^one night, and at Red Lodge two^Right*. The only wit ''all in^Red Lodge for -peal i ; IVM de^^nied tis, presumably by am1 throughthe designs of i ur ojmo 1^ncnts. who thought by so doing we would he discouraged, but theymust have surely underesti-j^mateil the resourcefulness of their^only opponents- the de ir.nl ^.^!^Exponents of equal opportunity to; Socialistpsrtv uit1 all-tlu^w^ did. inRed Lodge Comrade II' s...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 October 1904

2 THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWKKKI.V. J.H. WALSH Editor^md^Publisher OFFH'K22 I'AKK AVE. 1\ O. HOX 908 Entrrrdai tlir I'oxt office for transmluion^through the miil at necond cla^^ rate*. BUBKKIPTIOM.Jl.oo PER YEAR. AdTPrtiinv Katrw nadr known upon applica^tlon at thm officr. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regtilarly should^notify this office at once. It^onlv takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and many errors^are carlesslv made at certain^postoftices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. Jmm. EugeneV. Debs Ben Hanford SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident KugeneV. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President HenHanford of New York ForPresidential Klectors^^W. N. Holden, of Silver Bow.^J. F. Mabie, of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver Bow. ForGovernor MalcombG.O'Malley, Silver Bow. ForLieutenant Governor JohnW. Frinke, of Deer Lodge. ForCongressman J.H. Walsh, of Fergus. ForChief Justice of Supreme ...

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