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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 16 January 1908

MONTANA THECHILD SLAVE. 8.E. Kiser. Fora little broad and a little meat,^For two poor solo* for bis weary feet,^For a tattered coat and a bed of rug*^And a curse or a blow if be ever^lags Forthe right to live as a worm may^live Hegives up all that a child may give.^Ere he tastes the joy to youth it heir^Hia brow is seamed by the marks of^care; Beforehe has learned that he has the^right Toaet his goal on the fairest height,^He is robbed of hope and deprived of^teal! Andis bound for life to the racking^wheel. OurGod, we say, is a Ood of love^And we preach of glories that are^above, But never, whatever Deajth has in^atore, Forthe little slave when he slaves no^more. Maythe glee of youth he has never^known Orthe joy of winning become his own.^He may never know that the world is^fair Andhe may never struggle above dis^pair; Heis robbed of tbe chance he had at^birth To claim the price that a man is^worth, And,with limbs that. ache and with eys that plead,^He is crucified on the Cross of Q...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 16 January 1908

StateDepartment Mabies k'.rort Monarch,Jan. 2, 1008. Comrades:I submit herewith the^report of my work for the month of^December, including November 30, the^day I left Helena for Butte: Dr. Caahon hand, Nov. 30$ 5.00 Collectedon equipment 84.50 Collectedon monthly pledges.. . 9.00^Collected on single subscriptions. 76.00 Collectedon bundles 50.00 Dueequipment fund 4.00 $228.50 Cr. Bemittedon equipment fund.. .$30.00 Bemittedto bank 60.00 Bemittedon subs 63.50 Bemittedon bundles 50.00 Expenses: Carfare 8.65 Moneyorders and stamps 1.25 Allother expenses 9.80 Over-remitted on sub. account bymistake 4.00 Cashon hand Jan. 1 1.30 $228.50 Otherbundles that I sold to labor^unions were remitted for by the sec^^retaries of the unions direct. $250 has^been subscribed for the equipment^fund, over half of which sum I expect^to collect in the month of January. Acknowledgementof individual pay^^ments on equipment fund will be made^to the locals or individuals direct, as^some of the Comrades would f...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 23 January 1908

MONTANANEWS. r.W^Y THE SOCIALIST PAJtTY Of AMA TOL.TL ELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23 I5f^. NO.12. Situation inGoldf ield Committeeof^Ruling Class MineOwners Want Union Property Nevada's Legislature Meets in Extra Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars to Pay Searchedfor Arms and Ammu^^nition Miners Willing Specialto the Montana Newt Ooldfield,Nev., Jan. 11, 1908^The activities in and about Gold-^field for the past week have centered^principally about the coming lesion of^the legislature. The labor men all^over Nevada have called for special^meetings of their union to decide what^action to take next week at Carson.^The assemblymen and senators of the^^tate seem anxious to get the views of^the working men. They want to get^an idea of the stand organized labor^is taking on the retention of troops^at Ooldfield, the establishing of a state^militia, or the organization of a body^of rangers similar to that in Texas.^Search Union Property.^In regard to a proposal to make a^thorough search of alll...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 23 January 1908

ium ffMD T. idaCKOVCm-haxudtt J.F. NAME.^*tml^H Eatltar ins. Year Moatfca OMant par ^r la fcaaalaa M 9M houl MwdiiurMn, Maklaa krM. Sac-^^aaaa Yv-Jml. Strlataa ^U^ . D^r^( hlouo. 111. Jaa.D. ttratuua. S^i ,15 Park .Maat. 5TATBCABINET. Butte BlIl'.Bfl ChicaGreat Falls Gorge Ambrose^Joha Horn*^J. P. lfabie^George Wealed sr^T. J. Roonsy Livingston THESOCIALIST PABTY AND THE^UNIONS Wehave a letter from a correspond^^ent in which he discusses the above^subject. Among other things he says:^^In many places the unions are^^ghting the socialists. That will nev-^^r do. I sometimes think that the ad^^dress Liebknecht gave to the British^Social Democratic Federation when he^left England in 1H95, after his pilgrim^age to Marx' old home in London,^(Tussy Marx was with him) fits to a^great extent to the situation in this^country. Inpart Liebknecht said:^'You are scientific, clear, revolu^^tionary, uncompromising; but you lack^judgment. Your actions towards MM^British workers are bad tactics, and^n...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 23 January 1908

MONTANA.NETWB, MCLMMA, MONTANA. THESPIRIT OF REVOLUTION^By Ferdinand FrsUlgrath Andtho' ye caught your noble prey^within your hangman'* aordid^thrall, Andtho' ye led your captive forth^beneath the city'a rampart wall; Andtho' the grass lies o'er her green^where, at the early morning'^^red, Thepeasant girl brings funeral^wreaths^I tell you that ahe is^not deadI Andthough from off the lofty brow ye^cut the ringleta flowing long; Andthough ye mated her amid the^thievea' and felons' hideous^throng; Andthough ye gave her felon fare; badefelon garb her livery be;^And though ye set the oakum task Itell you that she still is free! Andtho' condemned to banishment,^ye hunt her down thru distant^lands, Andtho' she seeks a foreign hearth^and silent midst its ashes stands; Andtho' she bathes her wounded feet^where foreign streama seek for^reign seas; Yet,yet she never more will hang her^harp 'neath Babel's willow trees. Ohno, she strikes it doubly strong and^and bids its proud defiance swell, An...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 23 January 1908

State Department GreatFalls socialists are doing^things these days. Buzzellis having great meetings in^the northern part of the state. Threeletters one day were received^asking for information how to join^the party. Haveyou paid up your local duest^Money is needed to carry on the cam^^paign. Whatis the matter with Livingston^Socialists! Gone to sleep, or just^restingt Wake up the campaign is^on. Thesocialist women of Great Kalis^are giving a dance each month to raise^funds to carry on the work of agita^^tion. Refreshments are served at each^dance. Overthree hundred and fifty subs^have come in from Cascade county^since Christmas. Watch the socialist^vote next November in Cascade. ThreeFinnish and three English lo^^cals are doing active work in Cascade^county. MONTANA.NJCWi, MLKNA, MOWTANA. NoUf tat Say nine Owners^(Continued from Page 1.) Bequestsfor organizing material^comes from Beaverhead, Custer, Flat^^head and Valley counties. Watch the^socialist vote next election. Fourteensoci...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 30 January 1908

MONTANANEWS. rv KB^Y THE SOCIALIST PAJRTY Of MONTANA VOL.U HK1.KN\ MONTANA, TH1TODAY, IANUARY 80 1MB. NO.13. StarC^iZ7:^ er^Government RebukeFrom BigStick Sparks'PlansWell Laid^^Committee Work of Mine Owners Too^of Twenty^ Still in Secret Ses- Even for the Strenuous One^sion -No PublicitySparks Called Down CarsonCity, Nev., Jan. 21. Thespecial legislature has come to^be a hoax. Nobody U doing anything^ezcep the ^Committee of Twenty.^,^the atar chamber government over the^fate of labor, in the name of the ^sov-^ereign people. Therenever was such a dastardly^crime concocted in the name of dem^^ocratic institution* as this piece of au^^tocratic bossism by which the appear^^ance of state legislation is being use 1^to get authority to shoot working men^down like dogs. The legislature does^nothing but mee t and adjourn. The^governor will give them nothing to^do but the one Qoldfield measure, and^the state constitution makes an extra^^onion wholly dependent upon what^the governor lays befo...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 30 January 1908

THEMDMT2SA NEWS. IS3CI WSBK!T. rtWCI15 FARK AV^. f. O. BOX 90! attaa Past OSsaa fa^tlu^^ft taa maU at aaaaaa elaaa rata*. allcmnmuaicaaloa* and ataka all varaMa to tba Moataaa N^wa. IDACROVCH-lf AZLETT J.r. MABIC.^AiiMtat* EdltaT VDSCRIPTION81 OuTaar Sac UKoalas ^c Oaaoaat par eopr ia aaaalaa ap ta S00 StatoHradnaartara. Jaa. I'. Crahaai.^lair. 15 Park *^^^'^'. Hetaoa. Moat. 5TATBCABINET GeorgeAmbrose - ^^John Home J.F. Mabie^0^orge WesJeder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings ChicoGreat Falls^Livingston Inan aritele headed, ^No Trial^by .lury,^ in which government by in^^junctions is condemned, the Billings^Enquirer hat the following to say: Thereare only two remedies open^to the working men^the proper use^of the ballot ur an appeal to force.^The sure and sensible method is the^oar of the ballot. Let no working^man vote in the election of 1908 for^any candidate wlo is not openly^pledged against government by IN^^JUNCTION. Andthis paper, from a hope and de^^ire for democratic vietery, eouM w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 30 January 1908

MONTANANEWB, HULBNA, MONTANA. OLDMOTHERS. I love old mothers^'mothers with whitehair,^And kindly eyes, and lips grown softly weet Withmurmured blessing* over sleep^^ing babes,^There is something in their quiet gra^v^That speaks the calm of Sabbath si-^ternoons; Aknowledge in their deep unfaltering^eyes Thatfar outrescbes all philosophy.^Time, with caressing touch, about them^weaves Thesilver-threaded fairy shawl of age,^While all the echoes of forgotten song*^Seem joined to lend a sweetness to theirspeech. Oldmothers! as they pass with slow-^timed step, Theirtrembling bands cling gently to^youth's strength; Sweetmothers!^as they pass, one sees^again Oldgarden walks, old roses and old^loves. CharlesS. Koss in the Century. International InSwitzerland the socialist gains^are coming along same as in other^countries. In Heme they won another^disrict in municipal government affairs^and the standing is now: Socialists^.11, Independents :i'J, and Conservatives^17. In Canton Tessin they also...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 30 January 1908

MONTANA.N1TW8, HKJCNA, MONTANA, StateDepartment Stookett,Mont. Jan. 24.^Special to the Montana News: TheCottonwood Coal Co. opperating^at this place made a big draft on^the working force, letting out over^80 loaders, also reduced all labor class^^ified and unclassified inside and out^^side of the mines. TheGreat Northern being the con^^sumers of this coal and owing to the^very light traffic on the main line the^eeal is not in demand. The mine here^did not work this month until the 13th^and in order to give the old hands and^married men better work this action^was necessary, and till further notice^this would be a poor place to come to^look for work. ASocialist. DickJones sends in three subs from^Kendall. LocalComo sends in an order for^one hundred and eight due stamps. Mabiehas been helping in the office^this past ten days on account of Gra^^ham 's illness. ComradeCastle writes from Hamil^^ton desiring a date for Henry Lauren^Call at that point. FrankKucera and Joseph Kolten-^bronn ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 February 1908

vrHatar tlM Party^of Your Class MONTANANEWS, OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY 1 HE SOCIALIST PARTY Of MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.^L HKLKNAMONTANA. TH1TR8DAY, FKBRUAEY 6 l^M^!l. m.14 DximlTitb SuffersStill RussianRules^For Miners AStrong Militant Working Class Not One Member Is Able to Give Latest Decisions of the Court Czars whoControl the Destinies of^Organized Labor Pressthe Supreme Need of^the Working Class 'arson City. Nov ., if IB. Atthr dose of the session there^was I lot of slush about the mini' own^ern having conceded to the demands^of thr union ami abolished ^the card^system ami open shop. After the con^^stabulary bill hail passed the senate^an^l ha^l ha^l its preliminary hearing^in the assembly the legislators from^Esmeralila county began to think of^possible complications that might aiis.^with an oppressive legalized force of^gun men ruling tlM (inldfichl district,^tin- union defied ami the scab en^throni'il. So they got busy and wired m^the mine owners as.soe.iat mt...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 February 1908

MOMTAHA 1NUK)nillT. 15PARK ATI. r. O. BOX oeS friendlyrelations between the two^great branches of the working claw theeditor of ^Up-To-Date^ deplored^as much as he does the antagonism be-^ween the farmer and the business man^and it was the opposition to this move^^ment, led by Mr. Everett, that caused 'AHA. Just^ Common Working Man (Continuedfrom Page 1.) ACROVCft-SSAZlXTT J.F NAME.^A ^^^^^* la F.dltor IONSi OxTw *a MiMoatka ^Sc Ohmi aar copy la baa*!** ap to 5S0 RationalHitadqnarVtr*. Maaloa Baraaa. Sac-^is****. Boeai XXKJOO. lfaylataa Mdg . Daar-^aora St.. Caioa#a. 111. Stoat*Baaxlqaarkara. Jaa. D. fcVrakaai.^at IT. IS Park Arana*. Ifalaat. Maat. 5TATHCABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Maine^George Weeleder^t. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Cairo^Great Falls^Livingston Youmay Bay if I 'had saved my^money I would be all right. 1 say if^you would spend yours we would Ml^the split in the American Society of I have hard times in the midst of plenty Equity,at the National convention in^Ind...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 February 1908

MONTANANEWS, MCLEHA, MONTANA. MACAN'T VOTE. M:i' a urn. I unto of college, and the reads 'nio^t everything:^She can talk in French and German, hecan paint and she can ting^^Beautifulf She's like a picture! When hetalks she make* you think^Of the aweeteat kind of music, and she doesn'tsmoke or drink;^Oh, I can't begin to tell you all the poemsshe can quote:^Bhe knows more than half the lawyers dobut ma can't vote. Whenmy pa is writing letters, ma mustalways linger near^To assist him in the selling and to makethe meaning clear,^If he needs advice her judgment, he admits,is always best;^Every day she gives him pointers, mostlyat his own request;^She keeps track of the legislation, and istaxed on bonds and stocks^^But she never gets a look-in at the acredballot box. Mais wiser than our coachman, for he'snot a graduate,^And I doubt if he could tell you who isgoverning the state;^He has never studied grammar, and I'11 bet he doesn't know^Whethor Caesar lived a thousand or twothousand year...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 February 1908

MONTANA NEW8, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department ACall For Action. LocalFridley iisks nil locals inter-^estcj in welfare i^f wicialisin in Rocky^Mountain Mate* to cooperate with^thorn in Hiving sonic popular entertain^ment March 17th IMS, for the henetit^of the News. Let every one do their^('orrr* poinleiit'c solicited. i:v.\M. WtUM, Se. 'v . Fridlev.Mont. ComrmlrMi-Mowell M'ndt* in for two^copies for a year. 'omra.lr havis of Hutte semis in for^20 due stamps at 2.^) cents each. ComradeTowers of Billing* renews^for ^^ hurdle of ten and orders 20 due^stamps and five subscription cards. LocalLivingston orders $9.00 worth^of duo stamps. ComradeH.jorneby of Kalispell sends^$3.00 for din' sunups and $J..r^0 for sub^cards. ComradeMi-Hugh, writing from^Butte says that at their last local meet^ing they decided to send 25 cents^per member per mouth to finance the^state office until some action it taken^to increase the dues paying member^^ship. So far the party organization has1n a burden on 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. — 13 February 1908

MONTANANEWS. PUiUUIBB^T TWC SOCIALIST PARTY or NONTAMA fOL.fl HKLIN A MONTANA, THURSDAY, FKBRUARY II .15. GreatFalls^Labor Unions SelbyUpholds Rights of Working Men^to Organize and Thus Benefit^Their Condition Opportunityknocks once at the^door of every man, it is said, and ev^^ery community. Opportunity knocked^at the door of Great Fails last year^when the business men of the city^were ordered to take out their tele^^phone* because of labor trouble. How^did you answer that knock t Did you^stand up like men and assert your^rights! No, you meekly bowed your^heeds like servile slaves and said ' Yes,^mo lord,' and the telephones came out. '1You have only yourselves to blame^for it all. You have only yourselves*^to blame that a $30,000 telephone^building is stopped in the building, and^an up-to-date exchange is not work^^ing in Great Falls. It is you that are^to blame with your meekly bowed^head, and your humble 'Yes, me lord'^to any and all demands made upon you^by the laboring men 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. — 13 February 1908

THEMONTANA N^WB. Ms issutnWCBKI.T. tmn15 PARK ATI. P. lOXfol Ihraaall at *M*a^ '^^^ 1 idac wovci1 ^aslbct jr. name, IHSi m.9m.... Usfoatk* RMleulI^l^umn, Makln Ittrm l^^^mm mm. BwlflM Bid, Daar^I'hlou. Ill 5TATBCABINET ButteBillings ChiceGreat Fills GeorgeAmbrose^John Horn* J.F. Mabie^George Weeleder^T. J. Rooaey Livingston Theroll Dinner Pail Verses the Empty Stomach. Whenthe republican party in the^campaign ^f 1900 adopted the slogan^of the ^Full Pinner Pail^ many so^^cialists aaid it was an insult to the^working class^and it waa Yet many^of theee aame socialists are today ap^^pealing to the working class on the^aame ground*. Even many of our *o-^cialiat papera have been gloating over^the present hard time* aa if it waa a^blessing to the aoeialiat movement.^The republican aeye, ^Keep the work-^era' stomach full ami he will not^think; the ^philoaophy of tniaery'' so^^cialist says, ^he will not think so long^a* his stomach is full.^ Both assume^that a full stomach is the ideal of th...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 February 1908

MONTANA.NEWB, fflGLKNA, MOMTAKA, ODBOF THE RED FLAG. Tothe Red Flag, the Symbol of Inter^^national Brotherhood. Wefling thee to the breeze,^O'er land and o'er eeaa, Redflag unfurled!^Beneath thy folds so brave,^No man shall be a slave-^In freedom proudly wave^O'er all the world! Youteach no creed or clan,^But brotherhood of man Andpower of right!^Beneath thy folds of red^^Is heard no martial tread^^No worker's blood is shed Bytyrant's might! O!working men, unite^Beneath your banner bright; Loseevery chain!^Ot Red Flag, ride the wind^In brotherhood to bind^^Proclaim to all mankind Theworld we'll gain! MaryF. Merrill. IDAHONOTES. Thefirst to get their donation to^us in reply to the call, was Comrade^F. R. Fouch, who sends two dollars and^says: ^One for general fund and one^on the typewriter I know you MSSsV*' ComradeE. F. Atwater writes that^they have perfected a local organiza^^tion and took in a few new members^at last meeting and hope to have 25^members soon. Moredues money was rec...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 February 1908

MOWTAKAHEW, aXLXKA, MOWTAMA. State Department Whatkind of entertainment is your^local going to give March 17f Bythe way, 1he letter* are coming^into tine office relaitve to organising,^it looks as if we were going to have^a genuine socialist revival in Montana.^Que** the injunctions are doing their^work. Sincethe days have begun to length^^en and we are nearing another election^there are signs of increasing activity^among the locale That's right, com^^rades. Now is the time to begin to^get result*. F.L. Buzzell had a rousing meeting^in the Auditorium in Butte last Thurs^^day night. Kighty copies) of the ^Cath^^olic Church and Socialism^ were sold^at the meeting. Comrade Buesell^^peaks in Helena at the Workers' Club^next Friday night. ChimneyBock is organized with^seventeen members for a starter.^When the word came in, the canary^perohed on the back of Qraham's^chair and warbled out a challenge to^capitalism. Just watch this local grow.^These locals that just go at it and or^^ganize ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 February 1908

Y4a tor the Party^^IYntCmm MONTANANEWS. Abolishthe uta YTMC SOCIALIST PAJtTY Of MOM TAMA VOL.fl HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, FKBRUARY 20 IWH. WO.16. Graftology InIdaho PayingSpotters for Secret Service^Work^ Great Opportunity for^Socialists in Legislature RathdrumIda. Feb. 18, 1908. Manyrumors have been afloat^here about the extravagance of the^State money in the recent Steve^Adams trial held here, among them^being board bills for attorneys, Pink-^ertons, local hangers on and petty^political grafters, for all kinds of^pretenses. Theman Jones is a local jeweler^and no one would ever have suspec^^ted him had not the State Auditor^mentioned in his postcript. Inthe face of these rumors, the^socialists of Rathdrum and Koote- j^nai County instructed their Secre-;^tary John G. Koch, to write the^State Auditor for information. Thefollowing is the correspon^^dence in full. RathdrumIda., Jan. 8, 1908.^Hon. Robt. S. Bragaw, Boise,Idaho.^Dear Sir^It has been reported in^the public press that John R...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 February 1908

TUBttUKTASA NEWS. usurowiiii t. 15PA BX ATI. P. O. BOX go8 ^4cUm rataa. aaaall IDA J.r. MAUL^*^nil^ B4H^r H8i Batloctl^^adaaartava, Maaloa lifm. Sec^^ ^^^^ MOMS Bailata* Bla^ . Daax^Ma* ^^-. Caiaaea. III. TtmUHaaaqoartara. Jaa. D. tiraaaai. Saera-^^.^ -T. IS Park Atmm. SMaaa. Mast. 5TATECABINET. ButteBillings^Chic*^Great Fall.^Livingston GeorgeAmbrose^John Horn*^J. F. Mabie^Gssrge Wesleder^T. J. Roaney BLUEDAYS Intothe life of every socialist^doubts and discouragements are^bound to come. Many times the^skies are overcast and the fogs of^ignorance settle thickly about us.^Many are the times when hope is^almost dead, when the tide of hu^man progress seems creeping back^upon the shore and one feels like^giving up the task and just letting^poor dumb humanity suffer on. At^such times we sometimes hear a^comrade declare that he is going to^quit woring about the ignorant mob,^that there is no use trying to edu^^cate or elevate them, that it is hope^less cause and that so long as we^have to...

Publication Title: Montana News
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