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CLOTHING5 Bearsthe Union Label, a^guarantee of excellence that^the working man cannot af^^ford to overlook. Gans^ Klein HELENA,MONT. Correspondence Ovando,Montana, June 9, '05.^Montana News, Helena, Mont. DearSir: I received the sample^copies O. K. Many thanks. You^will please find enclosed fi.50 for^one year's subscription to the Mon^^tana Newt, and two books ^Union^^ism and Socialism^ by Debs at 10c^each 20c. Two books ^Socialism^Made Plain^ by Allen L Benson at^15c each 30c. Montana News % 1.^Total Si.50. Pleaseforward to my address. I^will try and get some subscribers as^soon as yon send me some papers to^work with. If you have a book list^please send same as I would like^more literature to work with. Yoursfor Socialism,^CHAS. C. DOWNHOUR.^^t [Theseare the kind of letters that Carney,Wyoming COAL ANHONEST COAL^AT AN HONEST PRICE Egg^ $5.50 Per Ton^Lump ^ $6.00 Per Ton UnionCoal Company JAS.DERHAM, Salesman^Office 10 Edwards 'Phone 149 makethe editor feel good; the sum^may be smell but it is what counts,^and above all it is the co-operative^spirit sticking out of every sentence^that makes us feel good. If we had^more comrades in the movement to^emancipate the working class like^Comrade Downhour how much eas^^ier would be the task of carrying on^the great campaign. The books^have gone forward, with some other^free literature, excepting ^Socialism^Made Plain, which the Montana^News office is just out of. However^an ordes has been sent to the publish^^ers of the book, and if any comrade^should like to read this noted little^book, don't forget to send your or^^ders to this office. With the tireless^work that is being done now by a^number of the working class, in a^few years the ranks will be swelled^until the campaign will be one of^pleasure as compared with the hard^struggle today. Let us all get in^comrades, and do more than we have^been doing; read the above letter^and take the hunch that it gives and^then see if you are doing your part.^There is lots to do. Take the So^^cialist papers, all of them, join a lo^^cal or the party at large, pay your^monthly dues, distribute literature^and agitate for the co-operative com^^monwealth without hesitation. - Kd. 1 Bozeman,Montana, June 7, '05.^Montana News, Helena, Mont. Pleasfind enclosed one dollar for^the News.CHAS. ROSS. 116Peach street. CanyonFerry, Mont.,^June 11, 1905.^Editor Montana News, P. O. Box 08,Helena, Mont. Comrade:Obedient to man^^date of Local Canyon Ferry, I^submit to you the following for^transmission through your paper^to tiif State Committee: Comradesof the State Commit^^tee of the Socialist Party of Mon^tana 1 In view of the fact that^there is in our State Constitution^bearing on county committees but^one small paragraph, to-wit.^Article V, Section 10. ^When^more than one local exists in any^county they shall immediately or^^ganize a county committee, and^no charter shall be granted to any^new local in said county until en^^dorsed by said county commit^^tee^, and as this is manifestly in^^sufficient for these reasons: that^it docs not give the manner of for^^mation of county committees; the^basis of representation on them;^their duties and powers; and last^^ly, that it neither supplies nor^designates the manner of obtain^^ing funds for the carrying on of^their work | and as there is now a^different manner of formation,^different duties and powers, a^different basis of representation,^no funds and no way of raising anyin nearly every organized^county, creating confusion and^impotency, whereas power, uni^^formity and precision of action^are a prime necessity in a revolu^^tionary party, I beg to submit the^following for your candid con^^sideration, which, after thorough^consideration ^ and amendment^where necessary^has beaten it^into proper shape, should be sub^^mitted to the membership as a^new article of the Constitution at^the earliest possible moment: t COUNTYCOMMITTEES,^s.c 1 Method of Formation a.When two or more locals have^been chartered in any county, the^State Secretary shall immediately^notify the locals in said county^and they shall elect a county com^^mittee according to the following^rules: b.^Members of the county com^^mittee shall be elected by ballot^from and by the membership in^foad standing of the local they^represent, and in all cases a plur^^ality vote shall be sufficient to^elect. Their term of office shall^be for one year, beginning Jan. L c.^When elected they shall, by^correspondence, choose a seat of^headquarters and time of meeting,^at which meeting they shall com^^plete their organization. d.^Members of the county com^^mittee shall at all times he subject^to the imperative mandate and^mnall by their constituents. Sec.2. Basis of Representation^^Each local shall be entitled to^one committeeman and one addi^^tional for each ten members or^major fraction thereof. Sec.3.^Duties and Powers.^^a.^County committees shall make^their own rules of order and by^^laws, but such rules must not be^in conflict with State or National^Constitutions or expressed man^^date of the party. b.^They shall elect a secretary-^treasurer and such other officers^as may be necessary but no per^^manent chairman shall be elected. c.^They shall have charge of^agitation and organization in^their respective counties, and no^charter shall be granted to any^new local in any county without^the approval of the county com^^mittee of said county. d.^They shall issue resignation^blanks to all candidates nom^^inated for county offices on the^Socialist ticket in their respective^counties, and when signed and the^presentation of the same assented^to in writing, shall keep the same^on file for presentation in case of^disloyalty when called on to do so^by a majority of the party mem^^bership in the county. e.^In case a candidate for a^county office receives the endorse^^ment of any other political party^or of any trade union except such^as are founded on the class strug^^gle, using the Initiative, Referen^^dum and Imperative Mandate in^the conduct of their internal af^^fairs, the county committee shall^immediately notify the candidate endorsement,and, in case of hie^refusal to comply, the county com^^mittee shall immediately remove^bim and put another in his place,^subject to referendum of the^party membership of the county. Bee.4. Finances.^Funds for^the execution of the work of the^county committee shall be ob^^tained by payment to the county^committee of five cents per mem^^ber per month of the dues now re^^tained by the locals, and by volun^^tary contributions. Seer^. Referendum.^All acts^of the county committee shall be^subject to referendum, and such^referendum shall be submitted on^demand 0f one-third of the county^committee, or one local in the^county. Byorder of the Local Canyon^Ferry Socialist Party of Mon^^tana. Fraternallysubmitted,^CHARLES SCURLOCK,^State Committeeman. SocialistNews From^State Headquarters LocalRed Lodge sends $1.60 to^apply to old debt fund. MotherJones will speak in Butte^June 15, Anaconda June 16, Coke-^dale unorganized) June 19, Dean^June 11. Duringthe past week D. Burgess^of Tocoma Wash., held open meet^^ings at Butte, Anaconda, Basin,^(unorganized) Boulder and Helena.^He will speak in East Helena the^14th. Townsend 15th Bozeman 16th^and Livingston 17th. IdaCrouch-Hazlett will start a^tour of the state commencing June^si; her dates will be as follows:^(subject to change) Glendive (un^^organized) June 21 and 22, Miles^City (unorganized) June 23 and 24,^Forsyth June 25 and 26. Comrade^Hazlett is open for a date of July 4,^as speaker of the day. Send ap^^plications to the state secretary as^soon as possible. Localsecretaries are requested to^send in dues promptly as finances^are needed to carry on the summer^campaign. If we want to keep^Montana to the front of the Socia^^list movement in the United States^then we have got to drill this sum^^mer and get the speakers into the^unorganized districts while open^air meetings are possible. Geta special stamp on your due^book 25 cents to the organizing fund^will do more good now than $1.00^will do six months hence. Remem^^ber our aim, 100 unorganized dis^^tricts to be visted by Socialists^speakers this summer. Comecomrades let us have a long^pull, a strong pull and a pull alto^^gether and establish a good sound^militant organization in Montana^this summer. JAS.D. GRAHAM,^State Secretary. GOTEM ON THE RUN IOur Competitors say we cannot sell the Best Goods at our Prices. BU T WeSell the Very Best Groceries 30Per Cent cheaper *THAN THEY SELL TRASH ST CRAGG^ HARVEY Representinggeo. meldrum ^^ co., ^S Chicago 01FASHION LETTER. ASimple Device For Support^^ing Unlined Collars. SILK PRFSSKS FOB CHILDREN. CottoaMaterials For Shirt^WaJete^A Maw War at Trimming a^Skirt^LJacn Parasol* An Much la^KfrrMeaaa Tals Srasoa. Thereto a simple little device for^holding up thin unlined collars which^to little known. It consists of several^thin sltdea of real or rolled gold, which^fasten inside the collar and clamp at^the wp with -crews held in place by^Jeweled heads. In gold these collar^supports are expensive, but In Imita^^tion quite Inexpensive. Thecollars this summer have reach^^ed amasing heights, whether they be^made of linen, lace, jewels or velvet^ribbon. Where they are going to end^one does not know, as a depth of three sn*KDUMnm J a.ox sr. anda half Inches to considered by no^means too high. The beet cut collars^are not uncomfortable, for they are^scooped out under the chin and are^set low down on the waist neck. Totake the place of endless gingham^and cotton frocks for small girls over^Ave are the thin, dark dresses made^of china silk or soft pongee. They^are made up without lining, nnd a^variety of white cuffs and collars gives^a bright and becoming touch to the^dark frock These silk dresses are^especially good and serviceable for^traveling wear. Awfullypretty to the dressing jacket^illustrated. It to made of flowered^china silk. The shape follows tbe^lines of the kimono with the exception^of the capelike sleeves and the attrac^^tive curving of the neck. For trim^^ming to chosen a border of plain china^^Ilk In the deepest shade of the pre^^vailing tone In the flowered silk. Bows^of ribbon to match And their hiding^place at throat and arms. MME LA MODE'S WHIMS. Thereare so many different inexpeu^slve and pretty cotton materials for^shirt waists that It to difficult to make^a selection. Perhajw mercerised ging^^hams are the most satisfactory among^the cheaper stuffs. This material comes^In all colors and combinations of col^^ors, especially pretty, though, are the^Jacquard or shot effects, the figures be^^ing in contrasting colors or of the^ground tone. Pottedeffects seem to have taken tbe^place of stripes In popular favor for^shirt waist materials. Painty pink and untAstub BLotma. whiteglngbama are to be had In^line checks Jotted with self or other colors. Theplain tone ginghams, madras and^batiste In light blue, tan and green are^smarter than the figured effects, with^white as first choice. ThereIs an expensive cotton voile^that Is being made up into shirt want^dn^ssea marked at $1 a yard. The ef^^fects In this fabric are generally checks^sprigged over with tiny rosebuds. TheFrenchy little shirt waist Illus^^trated is of china silk. The front full^^ness, which crosses In fichu fashion,^gets Its start from an embroidered^rever Just alvove the bust line. The re^^maining parts of the fronts are plain^except for a little fullness at the wulst Tbechemisette to of tucked mull essl^to ornamented down the front with two^Swiss embroidered motifs, one of^which la finished with a Jabot of mull.^The sleeves are leg of mutton of three-^quarter length and flnlabed with four^frills of mall. DAINTYSUMMER OOWNR. Thefashionable mixture of coarse^embroidery, fine muslin and Insertion^to stunningly carried oat on a fete^frock of whits swlss embroidery. The^fall skirt has wide, old fashioned^flounces of swlss embroidery alternat^^ing with tucks and fine Insertion to the^top. Tbe short baby bodice bss a round^yoke of lace Insertion, about which to e^flounce of swlss embroidery. The three-^quarter sleeves are formed of embroid^^ery ruffles, and the folded deep girdle^to of white loulslne. Anew way of trimming a skirt to so^tack, say, the front width In three^deep tucks at the bottom and the two PALB HLt E CHIP HAT. sidewidths In a similar fashion at the^knee bend and so on up and down^around tbe entire skirt. This atyto to^particularly good for pongee and sum^^mer silk frocks. Pongeeeither In natural colors or^pale shades makes up Into the smart^^est kind of shirt waist dresses. These^frocks should not be too elaborate, for^In this way they defeat their useful^purpose and the laundry possibilities^of the material. To relieve the pongee^coloring gulmpes and caffs of lace, mull^or swlss embroidery are attractive, and^several sets make a gown of this de^^scription always reedy to wear. Thehat pictured Is a dainty marquto^shape of pale blue chip. It Is charm^^ingly trimmed with garlands of roses^and bows of dark blue velvet A whits^bird of paradise effectively placed at^one side of the hat gives height and^beauty to the whole creation. LINENPARASOLS Linenparasols are much In evidence^this summer. A stunning sunshade la^of mandarin pink linen with a two^Inch edge of yellow leather. A bow of^yellow leather decorates the handle,^which Is of natural wood. Verylovely are the parasols of sheer^white linen or mercerised cotton encir^^cled near the edge with Chinese em^^broidery ind small sprays of the same^work dotted over the rest of the cover.^This embroidery to done In white mer^^cerised thread. Anothersunshade which appeals to^lovers of color harmonies is In dark^green silk with a border decoration of tappetaSinX Ht WSHAI.K. .onventionallzed daisies worked In^green chenille. A dainty white silk pap^asol has fluffy ruffles of chiffon about^the edge and stalks of purple flags In^natural colors for decoration painted^on the panels. Extremelyattractive la a white sun-^ahade composed of tiny flat ruffles of^silk buttonholed In points. The handle^^ of white wood ornamented with a^ehlc bow of sliver gause ribbon. Aplain pongee sunshade may be^Drought up to data by bevlng an Eng^^lish eyelet embroidery pattern stamped^on It and worked by tbe owner. Anew adaptation of broderle an^^gle Ise la a single row of eyelet boles^edged with pointed scallops, the whole^narrow edging shaped In crescents that^Join by thetr tips. This trimming to^used for outlining yokes and ruffles. Collarand cuff sets are fascinating^and grow deeper and more elaborate^each day. Blind and openwork em^^broidery, light and heavy laces all play^prominent parts In their making. In^some of the prettiest sets blta of Japa^^nese drawn work to Introduced. Thedainty parasol Illustrated Is of^white taffeta silk The edge Is elabo^^rately frilled with chiffon, and four mo^^tifs of black lace an- appllqued on the^sunshade with good effect. JUDICCHOLLBT.