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

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. MAYDAT. InternationalLabor Day. Oh,springing earth with flowers of Joy. Oh,bounteous mother^gifts for all^At^ borne by thy love laden hands^^Heaven's kiss thine raptured breast^dost thrall. Oh,marching tread of many men^From near, from here, from climes^afar, Oh,swelling chorus, strong and clear,^And pulsing to the farthest star. Itis the host of toiling slaves,^They toil, they suffer^hear that cry I^They sweat and struggle^fight for^bread, Men,women, children, fight and die. And that glad Earth keeps calling^clear Theyrise ! they stagger ! clank their^chains, And hurl them in the oppressor's^face ForLiberty^a thousand pains I Andso the chorus swells and swells,^La Marseillaise ! how sweet it ring*^^It Iifta the slave girl from her den Andshakes the pillared thrones of^kings. Thatmighty host goes marching on,^No human hate its goal can stay.^It climbs the heights of future years,^Where Earth waits that glad Labor^Day. IDACROUCH-HAZLETT. OVERPRODUCTION(^...

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 April 1908

4 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. |Ng state Department ^ | TheMONTANA NEWS will have representatives at the National Conven^tion, and will send DAILY REPORTS to the Helena office. These reports will^be a^*urate accounts of the proceedings of the OREATEST SOCIALIST^CONGRESS ever held in America. Youwant to spread the knowledge of this great gathering of men and^women devoted to a revolutionary movement as widely afl possible. Thereis no such effective method as spreading copies of a local Socialist PP^- TheMONTANA NEWS will not only give you all the information about^the convention, but it also is the motive force of a revolutionary, political^movement here in Montana. You can't line up your revolutionary movement by^helping it a thousand miles away. EFFECTIVEACTIVITY MUST BE LOCAL. SendTWENTY FIVE CENTS for a bundle of TWENTY FIVE Ifyou want the bundles for two week* DOUBLE THE MONEY. BecomeInspired With the Idea of Effective Action. MISSOULA COUNTY SOCIALISTS^ATTENTION ! Whilethere i...

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 May 1908

Votefor the Party^of Your Class ONTANANEWS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.VI. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 7, !^()^. NO.27. ADISCOURSE ON^DEATH OF AN^ATHEIST DELIVEREDBY S. P. CADY AT Funeralof John Riley Lewis at^idler son City, dontana^^A Respected Citizen. Friendsand Neighbor!:^It it well^when death hug intervened that the^last reasonable request of the dead, ex^^pressed in life, should be fulfilled. Be^^cause of this, it becomes my solemn^duty on this occasion to voice certain^sentiments which I believe shall be in^keeping and in consonance with the^life and the thought of him who lies^here now so still in the calm repose of^death. It was his oft-repeated wish^that no clergyman should, at his ob^^sequies, give utterance as the exponent^of dootrines which he, bis whole life^long, had consistently and persistent H/^antagonized. That his belief conceal^^ing nature and the supernatural coin^^cided so nearly with my own makes^e...

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 May 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. TBIMONTANA NEWS. an*Publish** by the Socialist^Party ^/ Montana. ISSUICPWEEKLY. O'FICK15 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Ctared at the l^.^M Office for traosm.sslon^thronsh thr mail at second claaa rates. Addressall cummnnicatlons and make^f ^ee^ parable to the Montana News. all BusinessManager. James D. Stn.teSeoretewry. Graham. fromre-enacting their old stunt of im-^bociloy boosting the democratic party. 80long as the Socialist party keeps^away from the working men nobody is^afraid of it. TheSocialist' party should be an^active, concrete forco at every point,^presenting a better and more aggres^^sive program than any other political^proposition has to offer. IDACROVCH-HAZLETT^Editor^J. r. MABIE.^Associate Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS: OaaYear Soc BisMonths J5c Onecent per copy In bundles up to 500 NationalHeadqnarters, Mablon Barnes. Sec^^retary. Room 300-302. Boylstoa Blag.. Oear- 1St.. Cbicag-o, 111. StateHeadqnarters. Jas. D. Graham. Secre^^tary, M Park Arenac, He...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 May 1908

MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. HOW EARNED AND SPENT. Mylady goes to the opera,^In her velvet, ailk and lace,^With her coronet of diamonds,^And a rouged and powdered face.^Her husband, a man of millions^la sitting close at her side;^Ilia glittering gold was the ransom^He paid, for this youthful bride. Theroses she wears at her bosom,^Are as red as human gore,^They were bought with the wage of a^harlot, Shehad earned the night before.^She was one of the poor lost creatures^^No home, no friends, no name;^She earned her bread like others,^In the haunts of sin and shame. Moneylike hers bought the jewels,^Paid for the velvet and lace,^Paid for the costly rosea^And the rougo that painted the face,^For tho rich man owned the hovel^And tho outcast, body and soul,^For she and kindred others^But helped him gain the goal. Wealthwas his one ambition,^What cared he, for a woman's life!^I^et her die; there are plenty of others^To engage in this horrible strife^^So while husband and wife are sittin...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 May 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department 0 TheMONTANA NEWS will hsve representatives at the National Conven^^tion, and will send DAILY REPORTS to the Helena office. These reports will^be a^^curate accounts of the proceedings of the GREATEST SOCIA1JST^CONGRESS ever held in America. Youwant to spread the knowledge of this great gathering of men and^women devoted to a revolutionary movement as widely as possible. Thereis no such effective method as spreading copies of a local Socialist P*P^^- TheMONTANA NEWS will not only give you all the information about^the convention, T)ut it also is the motive force of a revolutionary, political^movement here in Montana. You can't line up your revolutionary movement by^helping it a thousand miles away. EFFECTIVEACTIVITY MOST RE LOCAL SendTWENTY-FIVE CENTS for a bundle of TWENTY-FIVE Ifyou want the bundles for two weeks DOUBLE THE MONEY. BecomeInspired With the Idea of Effective Action. MISSOULA COUNTY SOCIALISTS^ATTENTION ! Whilethere is a l...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 May 1908

Votelor the Party^of Your CUum MONTANANEWS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.VI. HELENAMONTANA, TRTRSDAV, MAY H, 190^. NO.28. WomenSocialists andWoman Suffrage TheCrying Need of the Socialist Move^^ment Today Is Woman's^Influence. WHYSOCIALISTS PAY DUES Thereif a very perceptible awaken^^ing at the present time in the Amer^^ican aocialiat movement in the line of^the neceaaity of getting women inter^^ested in socialism. Thia new activity^ia aeen in the numeroua women'a aocial^^iat club* that are springing up ail^over the country. Butthat there iB beginning to be a^new realization of the importance of^women aa an indispensable revolu^^tionary element ia evidenced in another^direction; and that ia the attention^that ia being paid to the neceaaity of^obtaining the ballot for women aa well^aa men. Thenoble and wonderful atand that^the Engliah women have made for the^right to expreaa themaelvea in govern^^ment, and the valiant fight th...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 May 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. OvMiand Published by the Socialist^Party ^/ Morvtan*. ISSUEDWEKKI.Y. OTF1CEIS PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 %itarad at the Poat Office for traaaai.aslon^tnronch the mall at second claaa rata*. Addressall communications and make^parable to the Montana News. all Muit|m.Jamaa D. GraKam.^Stevt* Seoretavry. IDACROVCH-HAZLETT MM J.F. MABIE.^Associate Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS OaeYear *^^ SixMonth* J* Onecent per copy in bandlee np to 500 MatioaalHeadqnartera. Mahloa Barnea. Sec^retarr Room 300-302. Boy lit on Bid*-.. Dear^bora St.. Chicago. III. BUtaHeadqnartera, Jaa. D. Graham. Secre^^tary. 15 Park Avenne. Helena. Moat. STATECABINET. ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls GeorgeAmbrose^John Home ^^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney Livingston TRADES ggg) COUNCIL THEREWAS A SOUND OF REV^ELKY BT NIOHT. Californiatowns are vicing with^each other in an insane rivalry over^the entertainment of the sailors and^officers of the Atlantic squadron.^Balls and barb...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 May 1908

MONTANA NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMAN IN THE CAB. (Dedicatedto the spring poets.)^N;tf(^ and mug in the sleeping ear^Are father and mother and dreaming^child; Thenight outside shows never a star,^For the storm is thick and the wind^is wild. Thefrenzied train in it's all-night race^Holds many a soul in its fragile^walls, While up in his cab, with smoke-^stained face,^la the man in the greasy overalls. Through the fire-box door the heat glowswhite,^The steam is hissing at all the cocks,^The pistons dance and the drive wheels glide O'erthe trembling rails till the whole^earth rocks.^But never a searching eye could trace,^Though the night is dark and the^wind appalls,^A line of fear on the smoke-stained^face Ofthe man in the greasy overalls. Nohalting, wavering coward is he,^As his engine dashes around the^curve, Buta peace encompassed Grant or Lee,^With a heart of oak and an iron^nerve. Andso I ask that you make a place^In the Temple of Heroes' sacred^halls, WhereI may hang the smoke-s...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 May 1908

4 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department ^ I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^MBMMMHK OeorgcMarshal of I'ocatello scnJs^in his renewal. Cnni'ailiDavid Lay sends an en^^couraging letter from Red Lodge. ComradeTopel of Bozeman sends in^$7.40 for due stamps and specials. ComradeSullivan writes from Km-^pire, Nev., for prices on job work. ComradeLew Roberts was in from^Clancy, paid up his dues and left two^^aba. ComradeHuff of Salesville sends in^three subs, and says he hopes to be^able to rustle some more. Countthat day lost, whose low de spendingsun,^Sees not a aub or party member won. Fourdollars and fifty cents for^dues and $3.50 for Convention assess^tnent from John Peters of Red Lodge. ComradeRector would have been one^of the Chicago delegates but was com^^pelled by private reasons to withdraw. ComradeHoff sends in five subs^from Salesville. This is from one of^the new locals that organized them^^selves. LocalNo. 1384, United Brotherhood^of Carpenters and Joiners of Sheridan,^Wyo., sends ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 May 1908

Votefor the Party^of Your CIom MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.VI. HELENAMONTANA. THTRSDAY, MAY 21, 190*. NO.29. Debsand Hanford AreNominated GreatEnthusiasm Manifested at the Greatest Socialist Con^^vention Ever Held in America^Matters of Im^^portance Come Up and Are Discussed^at Great Length. Chicago,III., May 15.^At an early^hour this morning Eugene V. Debs was^nominated for President an^i Benjamin^Hanford for Vice President amid wild^enthusiasm. William1). Haywood refuted to al^low hia name to go before the conven^^tion, saying that he believed he eould^Serve the party best by remaining in^the ranks. MemorableOccasion at Theater. Andwe shall go marching, march^ing, marching, tramping over hill anil^dale, wading through bog and moor,^through the thickets of thorn and^furze as through the softer paths in^the rose garden*, up mountains where^the rocks are jagged and througn^swamps win-re the morasses are deep,^unt...

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 May 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. u4FviMlabW b^ th. IHg^Party V We^\taa^s. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OVTtCBIJ 'ARE ATE P.O. BOX 908 attaa Poat OSJca for traaeaaiaaloa^Uroach tka mail at second claaa rataa. Xiraaaall eoaiaiaalcatloaa and make all^Mmn parable to tka Montana Newa. Mn^ae^r. JamM D. Graham.^Stsvts Saoratavry. IDACROVCH HAZLEIT^Editor^J. P. MABIE^Associate Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS, OaaTear laMonth. Oaacent par copy la bnndlea ap to 900 Soc25c NationalHeadquarter*. Mahloe Karnes. Sec^rwtaxy. Room 300-302. Boylatoa Bid*.. Dear^^ St. Ckieaa-o. 111. StateHeadqaartera, Jan. D. Graham. Secre^^tary. ^S Park Avenue. Helena, Mont. GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleier America,' whore fortune* hare been^made in a day ' ^ He tars he a a* juetcompleted platting the ground^with streets and alleys and laying oat^the loU 35 by ISO feat,^ and off era^11a one of theae lota for a little ad-^vertiaing apace in our paper. ^Lota^in Ooode City are held at from $50.00^to $200.00^, bu...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 May 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Poet'sCorner TWOPBATBBS. Arieh man went to hit marble chureh,^And knelt at the sltar ornate^^Then crowed himself and uttered fair^prayer, Whilethe prieet in royal state-^Swung the center and blessed the throng Andintoned the mystical mass;^Then the paid choir raised their voice^ia song Forthis rich and purse-proud class.^4'Oh, God, I thank Thee for all Thy^gi'ts, ThatThou hast showered on me,^For ^the wealth and power and worldly^fame, Forthese, I give thanks unto Thee.^^I'm thankful my days are free from^toil, Ihave slaves whose lives are mine;^They labor and sweat, and starve and die, Formy might and word are divine.^As Thou art Master in Heaven above,^I am their Master on earth^^I scourge them, shackle, and starve and^cheat 'Tilthey curse the hour of their birth.^So, Ood, I thank Thee, I'm not like^them; Thouhast formed me of better clay^^For this blessing alone, and the joy itgives,^I kneel at Thy altar and pray. Apoor man wandered over a field^^Loo...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 May 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. |^ State Department ^ | Thefirst two of the ^First Voters^^ranis came in from Zortman. $12.00in from (Ircat Falls for (lues^^tamps, office help and linotype fun^l. ComradeSehopfer sejids in by Com^^rade Leuhniann $2.50 toward defraying^expenses of speakers. ComradePinnell of Riggins, Idaho,^^ends in for a sub for a friend. A^food way to do propaganda work. ComradeHome Naurer sends in a sub^^nd an encouraging letter from Pbilips-^burg and asks for a s|^eaker on the^13th of June. ComradeLewis of Musselshell sends^in fivi- dollars for his payments on the^linotype fund. He ia one of the old,^old atandbys of the party. Cropswere poor last year, writes^Comrade Kooistra, ^one Netherlands^bachelor farmer,^ of New Home, N. D.^Yet he digs up four bits to renew hit^subscription. Enclosedfind 50 cents in stamps for^which please send your splendid paper^^nother year. Success to you and the^Montana News. Thus writes Comrade^Johnson of Livingston. ComradeRoy Pennicott...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 May 1908

Votefor the Party^of Your Class MONTANANEWS Abolishthe Capi^^talist System OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA VOL.VI. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1908. NO.HO. Platformof the ^^cialistPe^rty Preambleor Declaration of Principles of the Socialist Party^of America^Adopted at the National Convention^Assembled at Chicago, May, 1908. i. OF PRINCIPLES. DECLARATION Humanlift- depends upon food,^clothing and shelter. Only when tneso^are assured arc freedom, culture and^higher human development possibl^To produce food, clothing and shelter,^land ami machinery are needed. Land^by itself does not satisfy human needs.^Human labor gets raw materials and^food out of the soil by creating ma^^chinery and using it upon the land.^Whoever has control of land and ma^^chinery has control of human labor,^and with it of human life and liberty. Todaythe machinery and the land^used for industrial purposes are owned^by a rapidly decreasing minority. So^long as machinery is simple and eas...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 May 1908

2 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. OnUand Publish** by th. Social! at^Party a/ Montana. ISSUEDWKKKLY. OTTICI15 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 titaradat tba Poat Offica for tnuaaaa.aaloa^through the mall at second claaa rataa. Addraaaall cotnmoolcatloaa and make all^parable to the Montaaa News. Bejelne**Manager. Junta D. Graham,^Stavta Saoretavry. IDACROUCH HAZLETT^Editor^J. r. MABIE.^Associate Editor 8VB8CRIPTIONS1 OaaTear 5oc laMontha 2Sc Oaeceatpar copy in bundles ap to 500 NationalUeadqnartera. Mahlon Baraea. Sec^ratarr Room 300-302. Boylatoo Bid*.. Dear^i St.. Chicago, 111. StateHeadquartere. Jaa. D. Graham. Secre^^tary, 15 Park Arrnae, Helena, Moat. STATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston T^Afks^^C0l7NctL Theassociate editor of the News^confesses to being a little bit swelled^over an article in The Chicago Daily^Socialist of May 20th which gives him^a great boost as the author of the^^Join t...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 May 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Poet'sCoroer COURAGE.STRENGTH AND LOVE. ByCharlotte Perkins Oilman.^It takes great STRENGTH to live whereyou belong^When other people think that you are^wrong; Peopleyou love, anil who love you, and^whoae Approvalis a pleasure you would^choose; Tobear this pressure and sueceed at^length Inliving your belief^well, it takes^strength ! AndCOURAGE, too. But what does couragemean,^8ave strength to help you face a pain^foreseen t Courageto undertake this lifelong^strain Ofsetting yours against your grand-^sire's brain;^Dangerous risk of walking lone and few Outof the easy paths that used to^be, Andthe fierce pain of hurting those^we love Whenlove meets I ruth, and truth niusi rideabove t^But the best courage man has ever shown Isdaring to cut loose and think^alone. Ittakes great LOVE to stir a human^heart Tolive beyond the others and^apart. Alove that is not shallow, is not^small; Isnot for one, or two, but for them^all. Love that can wound love, for its high...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 May 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. I State Department 1 ComradeMcIIuk1' ^end* back two of^those *ub cards already^and the News^goes on. ComradeFlatt of Como. Local sends^in $3.00 for dues and any* they can^take speakers in August, September^and October. BoyPennicott says he can't do^without the News and encloses N cents^worth of Livingston postage stamps to^renew. TV.C. Officer of Hunters Hot^Springs sends in $1.00 to renew his^subscription and says he is in the fight^till the end. Mrs.Hazlett is making a few dates^on her way hack from tho National .on\ ention. Slic sj.cik-. at Fargo, X.^D., tilendive. Miles City and Hillings,^Montana. From Hillings she goes downto Sheridan, Heitz, Carneyville^nud possibly some other towns in^\\ v,lining. She will probably be bn.'k^in Helena to take charge of the edi^^torial work again about June 1. JohnBeard, one of the old timers^In Montana, sends us a few lines about^the way to ^See the Fleet ^ in Astoria,^and which appears in another column. ComradeF...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 June 1908

Votefor the Party^of Your C lass MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.VI. HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, .IUNE 4, 190K. NO.81. MontanaOLoor UnionsVictorious ABusiness House Has No Property Right in the Trade of^Any Particular Person^Labor Unions Have a^Right to Declare a Firm Unfair. Inthe suit of Lindsay k ^'^^. of^Billings against the Montana Fedora^tion of Labor, Alex. Fairgrieve and^others, the supreme court handed down^a decision Monday which in one of the^greatest victories ever won by or^^ganized lubor in America. T.ieaction was begun by Lindsay k^Co. to restrain the unions from dis^tributing circulars declaring the firm^unfair, and an injunction was issued by^the lower court. This injunction is^now ordered dissolved and set aside.^The opinion was written hy Associate^Justice Holloway and concurred in by-^Chief Justice Brantley and Associate^Justice Smith. It gives an outline of^the cause and quotes the circular as^fol...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 June 1908

2 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. Publishedby th* Socialist^Party */ NonUn*. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICE15 PARE AVE. P. O. BOX 90S atthe Poat OtBce for traMm.aaiun^throasb the mall at second claaa rate*. Aaereeaall commanlcatioaa and make^parable to the Montana Newa. all neeaMana*er, Jam** D.^Stevt* Seoretavry. Graham. IDACROUCH HAiLETT^Editor^J. P. MABIF^Associate Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS, OnTear 5oc liMonthi 25c Oneceat per copy In bundle* up to SOO NationalHeadquarter*. Mahloa Baraea. Sec^^retary. Room 300-302. Boylaton Hide:.. Dear^1 St.. Chicago, 111. StateHeadqaartera. Jaa. D. Graham. Secre^^tary. 15 Park Avenue, Helena. Moat. STATECABINET. ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls GeorgeAmbrose^John Home ^^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder t.J. Rooney Livingston TR APES WzSEj COUNCIL WOMEN DELE- ASPOLITICAL^GATES. Th*^Standard^, in an editorial of^Kay 29th, deplore* the fact that two^women of Colorado are likely to ait in^the democratic national convention as^^delegate*. It says: ^The re...

Publication Title: Montana News
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