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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 September 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 3 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbmbbbbbbbwb08b THKNTRIkl.R. Hestands within the mill. Its glow^^ing forge ] cold, and silenced Ih its mighty roar.^Its clanging steel Ih rOSOtilSJS, anil the^whe, Is Oflabor Btlll. Knotted his fmiowJ^brows, Andset the pale, stern Hps. The mus-^tlM stand LikeIron rods upon hid Idle arms. Without,the mutterlngs of men UK.-^him. Hiscomrades, till the air with sullen^gloom And through the flrcccnoss of that discontentThen- swells a solemn undertone of wor Thevoices of sad women with the Joy^of youth and hope crushed out; the stilledcries^Of new-horn babes, unhidden ushered in Tocrime and Ignorance and brutal^want; Thegroans of helpless childhood^crushed beneath TheIron monster of the vast ma^^chine; Theprayers of maidens, doomed to renderfair^And virgin bodies to eke out their wage; Thedeath-dirge of ambitions; cher^^ished hopes TrailedIn the mire of the gold man's^lust; Thesweet song of the poet; music's^strain Ofharmony divine; art's beauti...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 17 September 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Viivl ^State Department NOTICE: To the Mombors of the Socialist^Tarty. Addreesall cnmmunlititlonfi con-^oernlng- the Montana News to Montana^News, Box 0O8, Helena. Mont. Addrj-K. all comniuiiltailons to the^State Se^retar^ to Jas. l^. (iraham.^Box 70S. Helena. Mont. Don'tforget this, as the two offices^are separate and distinct. J.V. RUM ML^Manager Montana News.^C. J. TIPTON, Assistant Manager. ToRubscrlhcrs:^Notice the date on^address label of your paper and renew^before expiration, as all subsi-rlptlons^will be .^n^ ^ 11. ^^ on date of expiration.^JAMES W. STOXER, Mgr. Themanagement of th.^ News has^been utterly unable to get the names^of the local secretaries and the list^of locals from the state secretary, al^^though we have tried our utmost re^^peatedly to do so. We therefore ask^that all local secretaries In the state^send their names to us at once, with^the membership of their locals. We^must have these names In order to^communicate with the memb...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 September 1908

VOTEFOR TIIK PAIITY.^OF TOUR CliARS MONTANANEWS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP^^ITALIST ST STEM VOL.VI. 8*te ^^^orlcaj Ubnty HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1908. NO.47. EUGENEV. DEBS' SPECIAL IN MONTANA RedSpecial Ditched inMonl^naL NorthernPacific Employes Given Orders to De^^lay Debs' Dates^Fearful of Tremendous^Socialist Sentiment in State. Thecapitalist politician!! In thlH^borough ^^f the Amalgam.it. il i'n|i|n r^company have given tit' gn-atcst dem^^onstration of their fear of the social^^ist spirit that characterizes the work^^ing claw* in Montana that ever was^seen iii a presidential campaign in this*^state. The entire series of Montana^dates wai practically ruined so far as^the proKram was concerned by what^Debs unequivocally declared was 1 pre^^meditated intent.'' After Wallace,^Idaho, was left t^chind, tin- ^Special^^was pulled off on to every switch and^sidetrack to wait for every train on^the line apparently, was put behind^fre...

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 September 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. PartyMonl^n ISSUI.DWEEKLY. otmce15 park AVE. p. O. BOX 908 littndat tka Pott OtBca (or tr throngbthe mall at aecond cliu rate*. Addresaall comaaalcatioa* and make all^Moaar parable to tha Moauaa Newe. Bualna^Mancvtf^r ^ Javm*^ W. Stan** IDACROVCH HAZLETT^Editor j.r. ma^it Associate.Editor aVaMCRIPTIONSi OuTear 5oc 1^Moata* 25c Oaacent per copy m bundle* ap to Sat) NatloaalMeadquartera. Mabloa Barnea. Seo^rstary. Room 300-302. BoyHum Bid*.. Dear^bora St.. Chicago. 111. StateHeadqaartera. Jaa. D. (Graham. Secre^^tary. IS Park Avenue, Helena. Mont. Stcxt*Secretary.^JAS. D. cr.AHAM STATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^(treat Falls^Livingston mADEsf^^^]C0UNCIL NATIONALTICKET producers,and roar their palaces of^luxury on the sepulchre of miaery to^which they have doomed those who do^their work. H.O. Wells, the famoua English^novelist, contributes his master's abil^^ity to the Americ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 September 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. thkindiana hoy There'sa man for whom^You all ahould Vote,^A man both tried and true.^One who haa throuRh tin. k and thin^Stood up and fought for you;^A man who looked through prison^bars Korsix long month* or more,^Because hf stood up for the boya^In the strike of Ninety-Four Aman who loves the working class Withall his heart and soul. Win.used to puck the dlnm r pall Amiused to shovel coal. Aman whom grafters fear and hate, Andall their wealth can't buy; Aman who hates a coward Andwho scorns to tell a lie. Thisman has stood tin- fire Ofthe million-dollar Runs, Wlnli- battling hard for freedom fur Ourdaughters and our sons. Andhis name will be remembered Whentils bones have none to dust, Andthe bars that tidd liim prisoner Havebi n c aten up by rust, Andthe parasites who s. nt. nod him Tothat dark prison cell Ar occupying places Inhistory s hottest Hell. Korliberty and Justice Thisman has evi r stood. KmnuraginK his fellow linn Andstriving for their goo...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 September 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. NOTICE! To the Members of the Socialist^Party. Addressnil communications con-^rernlnK ^'^^' Montana Xc^s to Molilalia^News, Ho\ ^0H. Helena. Mont. Addressall communhtitlonti to the^State Secrciary to Jas. I^. (.rnliimi.^Box Nfb Helena. Mont. Don'tforn^'t this, as the two ofliees^arc separate anil distinet. .1.w. sroM K. Manager Montana News.^C. J. TIPTON, Assistant Manager. Mrs.Uounhour of Ovamlo sends^In $7.70; $5 contributions to the press^fund, three subs and the rest In dues.^She asks for a speaker In that part of^til' ^tate. Countyand state candidates can^now a^ t their campaign earils from^the Hi ws fob department. Send In^your orders early, as we arc rushed^anil in ust have time. Allstate committecnx n are re-^mntl ll to st nil their names to the^News for publication, so the p;irty^mi ml^i rship may knew the eeffseaa^who h.i\.' its basin, ss in charge. Tosubscrlliers:^Notice the date on^address lahcl of your paper and renew^before expiration, as ...

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

V VOTEFOR THE PARTY^OP YOUR ^ I \ MONTANANEWS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOL.VI. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCT. L NO.48. AN EPOCH-MAKING GAMPAIGN Enthusiasm for Debs Amazes Old Politicians Party Wehave before ua copies of m-ws-^l'u|^ rs^not labor anil socialist pa-^|^ r^, but tally n-piihlli^an ami ib mo^cratlc organs^printed In cities touch-^^^d l^y the ^Hid Special.^ ami \m- must^I'unf.m our suprlsc at the uniformly^lair reports of thf meeting* that are^given. Whlli- thus.- r. ports an nearly^all conservative In ton.-, a* though l^ -^grudging tin- vuIiihIiIi spue, they are^compelled to waste on thla now movc-^mi-nt. yi't thf remarkable demonstra^^tions thut havi- taken place In MM^i'f c-lt.it a anil towns betwein Chicago^and tlx coast have comp. lied tin old^party organs to take Mid and they^ti ll pn-tty much thf cam. story. Knrywh.Ti' thf ^Ki d Sp. -dal^ in^gn-i ti d liy enthusiastic cheering mul^^titudes. As a rulf thf ha...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 1 October 1908

2 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. 4n4Publish** by th. Socialist^Party ^/ Montana. ISSUEDWEEKLY. O'PlCg19 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 i1 tared at the Poet Office for traaem.Mion^Ikroack tha mail at second claaa rates. Addressall commnnicatloat aad make all^Moaey payable to the Montana Neva. IDACROUCH HA/tCTT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS OaeTear Soc laMoatke 2Sc Oeecent per copr in bundlea np to 500 Stalei:\iviiti\c Cominitloe. I*J. DuncanHutte J.M KruscUoseman T.D. CaulticldMissoula ponby which the rulers and employer^keep labor subserv lent, his deigned^to ^honor^ two of them, Jake Werner^and Harry Hall, by namlnK them for^the legislative ticket. And these work-^Inn men, one a barber and one ^^printer, go to the trades assembly and^tell tiiem how ^grateful^ they ought^to be that they, the workers have^been permitted to sit with the rulers.^In other words, they pledge them^^selves to support the program ^^f cap^^italism, with its courts and organized^power against the working clas...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 1 October 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 3 Poet'sCorner rftir^y^pt^wwwsy^yas^ THEC^MIN(i DAWN. Oh, the night was dark, and the^clouds hung low.^Then- was not h rift In tlM gloom,^That enshrouded 11^^^ slave, as we too^well know,^As In- patiently waited his doom.^It had been his portion for ages past, Mislire was a li\ lug Hell,^Hut th. patient slave has wakened at^last. Theresult ; ^Let Oil future tell.^^lie had the MM right to slave and toll, Promdawn until cIom of day. Andsee the rich share the lll-gotti ii^spnll Solong as their power held sway.^^No volee In the Law^^Just the right^to live, 'I'osuffer and work^and^obey,^The laws that wealth and might e\( r^Klve. Toslaves who dan- not say ^nay! Oh.the night was dark and tin- clouds^hung low.^Rut look! Far away there'*, a lieaiu.^'TIs a tiny ray of a light that I know^Will in tlm^^like the sunshine^gleam Nolonger live in the midnight gloom. Nolonger suffer Life's pains.^No longer suffer, or haste your doom, ForyouM nothing to lose but your^.ba...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 1 October 1908

4 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ^State Department NOTICK! To the Members of the Socialist^1'arty. Aihlres*all i iinimiinli-ntions con-^cernliig tho Montana |M to Montana^News, Box 90S, Helena, Mont. Tosubseribrrs:^Notice the date on^address label of your paper and renew^before expiration, a^ all subscriptions^will be cancelled on date of expiration. ComradeChiming of Missoula send*^for M worth of stamps. JohnPeters of K^ d Lodge sends in^19 for three l^ooks of stamps, and one^sub. SecretaryKoades of J-cwIstown^sends 1 ; for stamps. ^Kirkpatrlck^line.*' he says. ComradeAlex It. Rhone of Plains^^ends In $10 to tide mm News over Its^present difficulties and says he will^send more in a short time. ComradeSilas Jackline of Glasgow^writes that he wants a socialist local^there, and has the names of five or six^persons that will join. He asks for^instructions. It will lie encouraging^to have a local at Glasgow once mor.-. JohnMariott of Jackson, Beaver-^lu.nl county, sends In two suits. He^...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 October 1908

V Stat* HUtorlca7I,brary^VOTE FOR TBK fAm OFyOt'R CLASS J MONTANANEWS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP^^ITALIST SYSTKM VOL.VI. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1908. NO.49. Red Special inthe East Debsis the Recipient of Ovations That^Surprise Even Socialist Party^Officials. N.^v York, Oct. 4.^Th. re was a^wild MM In the Urand c. rural rafl-^r^ ad i.tfUo ^ hi n ImMM V. Debs, so^^cialist can lid a te for president, ar^^rived here on his i.mi..us ^Hod Spe^^cial,^ afl^ r a speaking trip through^Ihc western states K crowd had con-^. r-gated to rec-ivc the candidate, and^in MM stampede UM Insufficient police^lln. van cm |it away, MM ^^'nd women^w.r. knocked about helplessly, their^clothing VH torn and a number MN^slightlv injur..! Duringthe day Debs mad^ two^ppi)H'hci, one at th^- Hippodrome and^the othi r nt the AMMH theater TheHippodrome meeting wan the^national ratification meeting of the^party and every scat In t ho big the^^ater was Ml upi^ d. Thi...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 October 1908

2 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. uiruMlahaA bv tb* boltttil^Party ^/ Mor\^^n ISSUEDWEEKLY. OTICI 19 PARK AVE. t. O. BOX 908 itarad at tha Poat OBc* far trmaaai.aaloa^throws tka mall at ^mt elaaa rata*. Addraaaall coaimaaieatloaa aad ataka ail^Moht parabla to tha Moataaa Nawe. IDACROUCH HAZLtTT SUBSCRIPTIONS OuTur Soc aHaMoatha 25c Oaacaat par copy in bundle* up to SOO StateKacs utJvc Committer. L.J. DuncanButte J.M. KruseBozeman T.D. CaulfteldMissoula NationalHeadquarters, Mahlon^Barnes, Secretary. Booms 300-302,^Boylston Bldg., I^t arborn St., Chicago,^Ul. StateSecretary.^CiEO. ^i. McDOWKIJb. TRADES f^JcOUNClL NATIONALTICkLT En.imV. Pans STATETICKET ELECTORS.^J. F. MABIE. of rYldlcy.^^ HIRAM IM. ATT. of Como.^HERMAN SCHMCK. of I/cwNtown. COXtiRF.SS.M\N.^1 m h J. Dl'XCAN. Butte. covinvim. HARRYHAZELTOV Mi-m.uU. IAKITKNAXT(.OVIRXIK^F. L. HIZZKL.L, Conrad. ASSOCIATEJl'STIC'K OF SITREME^C'OIHT.^H. L. MAI RY. Butte. SECRETARYOaT STATE.^A. T. HARVEY. LcwiMown. 'STATETRF.A...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 October 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Poet'sCorner THEREIK NO FAILURE. Therela no failure Life it-. 11 - a^song Ofvictory o'er death und ||M long^Have told the story old of triumph*^wrouKht fn.-ndlng, from the things once held fornaught.^The battle's over; though defeated now, In coming; time the waiting world shallbow^Before the throne of Truth that's buildedhigh^Above the (hint of those whose ashes lie Allheedless of the glorious right they^won When death obscured the light of^victory's sun If couldbut ;if we could be^does ne'er be-^that where Thereis no failurr^see Beyondthe battle lln. Wherebattle-smoke^Cloud the eye, Then we should know theseprostrate lie^Accourteifd in hubllments of deuth.^Sweet freedom's radiant form has drawnnew breath^^The breath of 111.' which they so noblygave^Shall swell anew above the lowly grave Andgive tM life und hop. to hearts^that beat I,Ike battle-drums that m-ver sound^retreat. There Is no failure Ood's immortal^plan Accountsno loss a lesson learned for^...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 8 October 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. NOTICE! To the Member* of the Socialist^Party. AddreMall i-omrounh-atloiis con-^ecrobiff the Montana News to Montana^News, Box t08, Helena, Mont. To^ubsciiberc:^Notice the date on^address UheJ of your paper and renew^before expiration, aa all subscriptions^will be cancelk-d on date of expiration. McDowell,the new wecretary. has^not taken hi* office yet. Livingstonorders $6 of stamps. LocalPlains genua in J for due^stamps. BoxvmanBends in S3 for du*^stamps. Onedollar and rive cents for dues^from Ovando. BJornebyorders 16 of stamps for^Local Kalispi ll. HarryIfstrlM orders a bunch of^campaign leaflets. Missoulagets active and sends in^S8 for due stamps. TrailCreek wants an Austrian so^^cialist speaker and Slav literature. GreatFalls Is still on the firing^line and calls for $5 of ammunition^in the shape of due stamps. Aldrldgewants $3 of stamps and asksfor a socialist xpeajtsf and Slav^literature. KoyPennlcott of Iak'sI Livingston^was up visiting the stat...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 October 1908

r VOTKFOH TIIK PARTY^Or YOUR CLARK MONTANANEWS OWNF.DAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY Of MONTANA ABOLISH TIIK CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOL.VI. HELENA,MONTANA. THTKSPAY. ^^CT. 15, 1905!. No.:^o. ENTHUSIASM UNRIVALED T11KM K X I ^o l s Ml DOB HI MIM^s^OU) BKMDI Ms or l.lN-^coi.Vs CAMP IMM. RED FLAGS^ FLYING Peoplet.root Ib-h-. u^ So. in I Deliverer^^ Hum' Mil^M I'm k street*^Cap^^italist Pkpn Hrcak sllcn.e Ac-^knnvv l^-,lf inii the Pnpularit ^ of So-^i lalit.ni. Th-^Ited S|m ^ in I of the Km lallsts^arrived In Buffalo October 1 after a^campaign In the weit, which Fugene^V. I' I.h. candidal, f^ir pr^ Hlil' nt, sa\s^marks an epoch in MM history of so^^cialism. Thebigg, ft passenger engine in th^-^world that draws the three earn com^^posing the ^Red Special.^ tooted at^the state crossing an it left Pcnnsylva-^nla anil ^ nb n I X^vv York on a |M^which before- It ^ mis mi October II,^will have .nilpiai .il tin- I ast. rn and^southern stab s ami cov.nil since^August miir.- than .'n.oou miles...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 October 1908

2 TBIMONTANA NEWS. Oarnsdand Published bv th* S. Party^' *1 oolan*. alallsi ISSl'KI)WKIKLV. O'riCI19 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Btarad ^t the Ptmt Office for tranam.aaion^thrunih the mail at aecnnd claaa rate*. Addreaaall communication* and make all^Moaay payable to tbe Montana News. .V\\ HMtltXCK. MaiuiKcr^OH As. .1. T1PTOX. Vsslwtaiil Manager IDACROUCH HAZLCIT^Cdltor SUBSCRIPTIONS! OaaTaar 5oc liMonttaa i5c Onecent per copy in bundle* up to SOU Slati-Kveoiitlvo Committee. L.J. DuncanButte J.M. KruseItman T.IX CaulfhidMissoula NationalHeadquarters, Mahlon^Barnes. Secretary. Rooms ^00-302,^Boylston llldfr., Dl arborn St., Chicago,^III. Slali'secretary. ' ;r.o.^.. m. now WUU TtRAPE S (^b^^J C OU Ncjfo NATIONALTICKET IrossEV. Mass lta-mUankobu STATETICKET klhctous.3. V. MMlli:. or I'rl(lle^.^HIRAM PLATT. or C 01110.^HF.HM AN SC1IMCK. or Lewlstown. co\ciu:ssm\\.^LKWls .1. lit \c\\. Unite. enoughinterest In the suhject to^make it a subject of conversation With^their acquaintances. It seems...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 October 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. nowLoxa s.ii. annoincks l^\Tl:^OMCAT socialist EV1 m I How Iiiiik shall .Matumoi rule our^land HowIoiik IIh power ^^ay','^How Ioiik the w oriel l^m at its shrine HowIon*. O Lord, say^^How Ioiik shall workers toll ami sweat Inmill, whop, lie lil anil mini',^Whilr Idlers rich, in mansions tin*', 1) hunch in hiHt iiml wine^^Mow Ioiik shall thorn- who make all^wraith Octbut a paltry ^harc.^While he who own* hut docs not work Hocomes^ millionaire^^How lonK shall Italics In factories slave I.Mimhours In tainted air.^While owners live In foreign h mis Withne'er a thoiiKht of care'.'^How lonK shall mothers, sisters, wives InsweatshipH waste their live*^To make wealth for a KraspinK knave Whohy their misery thrl\e^'.'^How Ioiik shall poodles of the rich HeKorKed with m am and meat,^While children of the workinK nu n Oftfaint for crumbs to eat^^How Ioiik shall KrasplliK capital Forprolit white slaves sell.^To lie the s. rls of Mammon's lust. Hound,in u liviiiK he...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 15 October 1908

4 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department HUnUi: To the Member*, of the MriM^Vurty. Additiwall ^^^ mi in u ii It -a I Ioiim iim-^rcrning Iho Montana Xewt to Montana^News, IU^\ RON. Helena, Mont. Tosubscriber*:^Notice the date on^addro* laltel of your paper and renew^before expiration, as all subscription*,^will be cancelled on tlate of expiration. liesure ami register. Ion*t forget to reglMer. Haveyou paid your pledges to the NfrWB Youmust register In order to \otc^for aocialUm. JosephHauer of Helena contribute*^$10 to th^ News. LocalManhattan cmls in $.^. f-^r^dues and 13.50 for campaign purport s. LocalHollins, upon the 8hor^* 'jf^Flathead lake, orders $5 due starrps. Nevilsof Belt orders a supply ai.^literature in th. English and Flnni*M^language. RedLodge writes to be sure nnl^send Collins into Carbon county for^three dates. Areyou seeing that the News sub^^scription list is kept up to date In^your community Don'tforget to rustle subs. You^ran get five half-yearlies for a...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 October 1908

VOTTCrOR TIIK PARTY^OF Vni 11 CLASH MONTANANEWS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOL.VI. StateHistorical Library HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCT. 22, 1908. NO.52. CampaignThoughts ByBen Hanford TeddyJunior Is Learning All About Fleecing^Labor^Bought like Tomatoes Must Vote Like Men-^Only Remedy for Masses of Workers Is^to Line Up for Debs and Socialism. or KOOSKVJXT.14 MO It MTV Dim^n.i:i;^ i\^; Irfistweek, ut tWenty-one yarn of^ant'. Theodore Boosi-v, It. Jr.. WENT^TO WORK In i . nrpot factor) M i-^ao unusual for the offspring of our^parasitical class to ^io any useful w..rk^that an execution, as In the case of^young Itoos.-velt. In something more^than a nine days' wonder. The press^printed Teddy's picture, also pictures^of his clothlnK. his overalls, the fuc-^lory In which he works ami th-- house^where he hoards. It In declared that^In- I* going to learn the carp C ma king^| i.sin. sa thomuKhly. 1am n^^ prophet, hut In a short time...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 22 October 1908

2 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. andPublish** by Mm^Party ^/ NtnttM. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OTFICE19 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 |,taredat taa Poat OflUa for traaaai.aaioa^tnronab tba mall at eacoea etaaa rates. Addraaaall commaaieatloaa aad make all^Moaay payable to tba Montana Nawa. A.w HARRACK.. Mnnngor OIIAS J. TIPTON, \.-1st am Manager IDACROUCH HA/LtTT MM SUBSCRIPTIONS, OmTmif!^^^ Sl Month*A1 Oaacant par copy la bandlaa ap to 580 15c StaleExecutive Oommltte*. Ei.J. Duncan,Butte J.M. Kruno...;'., . . Boicman T.D. CauMeld Mlaaouta NationalHeadquarter*. Mahlon^Barnes. Secretary,. Room* 300-301^Boylaton Bid*;.. Dearborn St.. Chicago^111. StateSe^xetary.^GEO. G. M^ Mow I t 1 lealare disastrous to its material In^^terest*. Both the labor fakir and the^politician make use of theae division*^to feather their own nests and prolong^the rule and the scourge of capitalism. Ge.ieDebs nays he stands for the^abolition of capitalism. The socialist^ticket in Montana stands for the aboli^^ti...

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