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MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA.
IUK MONTANA NEWS.
O and Publishes* by the Socialist^Partv of Montana.
ISMt il W KKKI.Y.
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IDACROVCH HAZLETT^Editor and Mm^ .\mi^SVBSCRlPTIONSi
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Nation.ilI li'uiliiuarliTH. Mali Ion^Barms. Secretary. ROOMS Mt^^Boylston Hldg., D. arborn St., Chicago,^111.
MateSecretary.^.1 \S. 1^. (.It Ml UN,
WithPrcsldt nt-olect and Mrs. Taft^as the guests of hunor, Homestead^Murderer Carnegie, Scab Hero Wor-^shi|spor Klllot of Harvard. Ijibor-^1 later Itishop Ireland and scores of^otlur famous capitalists, (Jumpers,^Mitchell and scores of other so-called^labor leaders hobnobbed] at the Motel^Astor Tuesday last, under the sacred^name of the National Civic Federation.^It is the old tali- of the lion and tin-^lamb lying down together. The cap-^italista arc just trying to make the^(1. vouring process, a little less painful:^and these ^leaders^ lot a chance to^folks.
PresidentJatn.s 0 Council of the^International Machinists' Union de-^lit.red himself of the intelligent re-^mark that he look, d forward to the^ilat ^in n rmployera would make^agr.i mi nts with labor that would in-^snr. p.ace, happiness and prosperity^for all concerned. Keep looking,^J'nirii ^. If you knew more of politi-^cal economy an.I less ^ ^! capitalist scti-^IImi nt you would find that you were^looking to the u 1. nig part of the com^^pass for a pleasant day .
tiii:t n incites*' M \M \
Th.re Is a certain peculiar type of^mind that fri ^ 1 no n t ly Beta HMaMtiaed^to the Socialist party that becomes ob-^.^m seed by tin m.uiia that th^ ^.nly^itay to save the party and inspire and^encourage others to action Is to Uc^continually trumping up puerile^^charges^ against active, busy, eapable^and continuous w ork, is in th.' move^^ment. .Not content witli going and^^working disint. n st. dly for the mov. -^^ tn. r.t w;;ii nUateVer tab nts they may^Bassos* and in whatever way they can^^accomplish th. best fomlte in propa^^ganda Iter tor fhrio tiny ore never hap-^;.y unless tiny lit trying to disable tin^vork of one who is really doing things,^^vidently thinking thai the vandal I^..i'ii'- is the chief recommendation to^co\et^ d. In pursuance of these^BOte*llk^ ta. ti.s l^r. Titus and s.v ral^others in Seattle and HTM our well-be-^Uived Comrade Hint;.-.-, bat.- been^lynched by this petty species of an^^noyance. Knrtunuh ly th.- ^charges^^collapse miserably wh. n brought be^^fore sjnsil b' minded prop!* in the^riealthv da.t light.
Personsambitions of sorting the^movam.nl instead of attacking the^Itood work others have done with^iililnstaking labor an.I d. nlal .should^get to work and labor tli. ms. lvis and^Hi lp things along.
Vitlitis . t t ivant alii.
W'edesire to .-all attention to the^article of Mrs. Hruce (Hosier last week^taken from the liritlsli International^Iteviovv. Mrs. Clasi.r is one of that^noble galaxy ol brilliant Knglish wo^^rn, n Socialists that have added so^much to the power and enthusiasm^of the Itritish movement. Mrs. C.lasler^became a Socialist in lor father's^home and w as turned out of doors lor^h. r radical id. as. She was about to^.lroun lu rselt in h. r misery and des^^pair wh.n sbi' was saved by Itrueo^Clasi. r. H.- afterwards sent her to^collide, where she graduated, and^eventually l^^ came one of the foremost^speakers and writers among the Hrit-^isli Socialists, where she is the pet of^the movement. H.r husband, Hruce^Clasi. r is one of the most prominent^figures in th.- Independent I^abor par^^tv
Thisissue will hring a-surancp to the subscribers of The^Mont-jina News that the fonrless advocate of tht working; class^in the inter mountain country has not boon abolished in spite^of the tryiny: circumstance^ it has passed throufih in the last^few weeks. Mrs. llazlett lias been made manager by the exe^^cutive committee pending the adjustment of matters in place^of A. \Y. Harroek, who resigned over a month igo. The small^edition with its st itement was entirely unauthorized, and was^pQ, out without the knowledge of the editor and without her j^sanction. The Montana Xcus will go on. no matter what form^of control may be adopted. People do not give up their lives!^for three years to build up a splendid enterprise to have it
needlesslyand wantonly destroyed. Twelve hundred dollars
wasnot a large debt for a paper doing the business the Mon^^tana News was doing four mouths ago, I tut a business enter^prise must have business promotion.
The\'o\vs will go on. Th^ party membership can do Ml^it pleases about lifting the debt. We may be obliged to re ]^trench a little for a few weeks, but the paper as a Socialist;
organIs not lost.
Thosewho wish to help may send in their subs. We need^the money more than ever now. Those who are willing to
makegood their pledge! will feel that they are put imine^diately on a Socialist OOOSt, as the management now pays cash^for each issne of the paper.
Jobwork is a prolific nonree of revenue, and an\ rushed^into us now will be much appreciated and promptly attended^to. The News now offers Rn opoitiinity to those WnO feel that^their part in Socialist work is the honor of helping t^^ establish^a local Socialist press. Mrs. llazlett leaves in a few weeks^on an extended tour to rfcifte money to suport the News. She^w ill edit the paper en route The troubles of the Xew s have^been almost entirely the result of a party undisciplined, so that^it cannot do business. I'ut the Montana party is learning^through its responsibilities. It will yet awaken and become^a powerful expression for the risinir demands of labor.
o\KSKNUC tkist m:\iikk so-^a UJM
TheAtlantic. Cull and WoM India^steamship lines have consolidated with^the four Morse lines, tin- merger being^capitalized ;lt HU.00i^.^H^0 So the^no rr\ process of concentration goes^00. Who will own the mergers'.^^Tile Socialist party alone is battling
forall tile people to OW 11 tileltl
Non.of tin n.-wspnp. is that carry^holiday advertising are in favor of^destroying the Santa i'Iuiih myth^Km n the trusting minds of little chibl-^n n ar^ turned to th. advantage of^^h^ grafl m'hem. s of the capitalist.
Now tin Strenuous One wishes
JoS.pIl PlllitZer, publisher Of the N^'w
YorkWorld, to come under the heavy^stick of American press censorship,^lie rav. s also in bis no-sage to coii-^-lus ..it tie Panama canal charges^against OMe Dvlevan Smith ol an^Indianapolis paper. Teddy and Czar^NIclMtloa ar. rapidly coming together^.11 all policies that relate to personal^I'eedoiii: as iii tb^ case of the Itussian^^^ fMSi ^ ^^^ P^nr. n and Uudowit/.. Tin^I'lie ^rnators laughed at the Itooaevelt^011.|. stati.uis tliat ^th1 re was nothing^\erng in th. ae.|iiisitb.n by tin- I'11it^ ^I^:Stubs of tin canal property.^ It is^^Mild tliat lb. am i. nt soothsayers used^to laugh w h. n th. y met each other at
the Way tll. V llOO.tU illked tile people.
S.ilie II, I Hi. Hi.l i i ^ .- club of tin- United^Stab s laughs w hen the subject of graft^la broached. Th* MOOX y of tin canal^liurcbas. was paid through the bunk^^ing hotisi ^I .1. P Morgan as liseal^tgeiil o| On gut. rnni'nt. I low- dread^^ful to suppo. that such ^honorobk*
m n M'OtlM Ih and elie.it and Heal
IIII I . I III HBUBI M
Ab IJuef, tie Inlleii Sail I'l alleisco
bom.has been convicted of brils ry^(ft. r a O i.il that l ist, d Ho. days.
'I'll,cost o| tbe trial, of Hin t s ill-^.-aic^ ration, oi all the persons who^liavi wail, il mi ami miob a living oil^of the- OW eiiiinu.il. is paid for out^of tin ^ \, ill.,us 1.1 tin working class.
Society spi mis moi^ ii^f going
through tin lane ol punishing one
i ii.. t out of a system that hids
IIn m by thousands than would suvi
lumber*^i littii nontfloM children^I'.rn rroiaini .luring this winter. And^ill ill this ui. .it hurriib and pr^ t^ ns
il civic virtu. Is merely a big I.lull
nade bv a polltloOl syst^ in nunn to^tin OOTi to bit^ its dup.s to luiller
up|n^ . Itl I'.iiuptlou and gralt. kind^^^^ n il' a* lie .. lit ami the officials^^hut ^ olid, inn .1 )^iiit arc rotten; tin^in opt. iissiM'lated with him i/' tv Just^is r04t( ii e he is; the sjsli in that he^^^nd bis brother politicians fought to^uphold Is lotb n through anil through.^Its roil, miniiiiiitiilii. il to ke p^^ In well, rile oc|:t| slave. Wot kits,^iris t. ibis at^ nch from tin
MOVi \\ \ HIV* KTY
VpIn re on tin cr^ st ..: tin- moun^^tains w. an apt to look upon poveit.v^ami suffering as something that be^^longs to some far distant, erov^d^ I^stat. ot Mctety, and not as an actual^spectre dwHIIaa in owl midst Th.^^gold, ti w, st' is popularly supposed^to harbor only thus, who are at least^comfortable. It is ratln-r a rough jar^to this cherished delusion to n ad the^Salvation Army's report of a hundred^destitute arul suffering famllica In^llutte alone. It is also interesting to^note that the chief cause of the pov^^erty and mis. i^ is tub' reiilosis Th.^fa mill, s are those of the working class^which th. lather's sickn.ss ami mis^fortII^0 have rendered destitute. A^llutt. daily paper says. ' in itln r drink,^has produce.| tie bibulous wealth ot^gambling imr thriltl. ssin ss is re^^sponsible lor most of this want and^poverty The great w hite s. ..org^tobcrciilosis, in that dr. ary and ling-^' ring form known as miner's con^^sumption si i Ills to be the source ill^must ol this misery.' 'I'll ^ slave that^eopp. i' kings digs only cuiisiimptioii^and poverty tor btaMctl Is it au^^the coppi t kings digs oiilv consump^^tion and poverty lor himself. Is it^any vvorul. r that Socialist advocate the^vvoiubr that Socialists advocate the^aooliti.iii nt lb, private ownership of^^ arth s i Ii In s^;
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sweepsaway the bigotry and superstition that has accum^^ulated around Religion, Government, Law, Social Sci^^ences, etc.^brings to light the naked truth and shows^why Socialism is coming. This rare collection of Orig^^inal Documents (translated) covers as well the entire^field of thought Religion, Science, Philosophy, Soci^^ology, Education, History, etc.^presenting the ideas^that have influenced civilization in the actual words of^those who have developed them.
ETerySocialiM should know tnmi-thlna nrsules In- Karl Marx which by the^way. those who know tin- lra^t about him quote the most. The mere knowledge of a^(i ^ Socialist phrase* ia noi autficient to make a 'scientific' Socialial.
In order to know WHY Nocial'sm is comma, a Socialist should ha^e some idea^nl the theory of evolution, and ^ome knowlrdiie of history. In order to know why it^is .- imiiiK. he must know somethtnir of economic duvcloiiment.
We.as Socialists, are vitally interested in the developmeul of clillllatiou. His^lory for u^ is not a collection of'shallow Tillage tales.' the atory of the coronaliooa,^weddinga and burials of kina*. Nor is it simply an account of battle* lost and won. ^o^many thousand killed on either aide, and this or that king or general given all the^glory. No. For us the true lesson of history ia the atory of the progress of mankind^by gradual steps from brutal saragery to enlightenment, culture and liuman tv A^graai Knglish statesman has wisely said, 'the history of the future ia to be read in ibe^p. -es of tbe past.
Noone realties tins truth more than the really scientific Socialist.
Themanner in w hich niie system has grown out of another, tued.il -m out of^slavery, and capitalism out of fuedalism. is most suggestive of ihe mauner by which the^Socialist Republic will gradually develop out of the present system.
Theseare the most instructive lessons of history.
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