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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 February 1895

NEWS OF TE VEEK Fridav. Feb. 15. easterday was St. Valentine's day, and P'ostmnaster Wegner was kept busy handling the sentimental missives which Uncle Sam carries on that occasion. By the recent fire at Bolt the Miners' union there lost the orignal copy of their charter, which was burned up in one of the buildings destroyed. - Neihart l inor. The Great Falls Water Power and ownsite company deeds to George erthold for a consideration of $500 lot 13 in block 175, Third addition to town ite. The sheriff of Cascade county deeds o Gold T. Curtis the interest of Mary [J. ookwaltor et al. in lots 6 and 7, block 46, townsite of Great Falls for a con ideration of 3,2(00. G. T. Curtis deeds he same property to the First National ank for a consideration of $1. About 4:30 Saturday morning a light ngine ran into the rear end of a freight ain at Craig. Jack Hloover, an old con uctor on the road, was undressed and leep in the caboose, and how he es pedbeing killed is miraculous. The oose was comp...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 February 1895

WANTS WHITNEY'S GRAMMAR ThI I;ok Now in tulllltl ch~ llo ", uor'el by IDr. r i|Wasson- -'fi ' I ilpirl'tiln t I .ft'ct'ý. Th' :;oohk le i'Proposei s is Inlchlrr d bI All L:,admi4" Edilca to.r - OI el r Ih o.iks ('ritit i ,id. To lhe -Edil of The Tribu~: To onue featulr of the school book questiou I should like to call the atten tion of your readers, and that is the question of i:nglish gramllar. This is the leadt attracove, the least understood and the worst taught subject in the Ameritcan public school system. I do not hesitate to say that it would be better to ehmunate it from the curriculum alto gether than to continue it as it is. It enables the scholar neither to use the language himself nor appreciate its use in thle halds of the masters. it is not rullerly the manner that i, bad but even more emphatically the llmatter. Tile school ITgramulitr's are writ ten, i.s a general thing, by men that have not even a superlib-l0 acquaintance with the subijjet. 'They go on, one after ano...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 February 1895

YOUNG GALLOWAYS. se Two Belong to a Herd of Beautiful Prize Winners. From a fine picture in The Breeder's zette we reproduce the following por its of two young Galloway cattle. ey belong to a prize winning herd in nnesota. The fine woolly coats of the Galloway dies have never been seen in a pie e to better advantage than they are e shown, Why some people go to so oh fuss and bother breeding a crass tween the civilized cow and the wild ffalo just to got either a curiosity or improved hide it is hard to under. r, GALLOWAY CATTLE. d. If they want a dime museum an 1, perhaps they should be encouraged on. But if they want a cow that 1I of delicions Ioof, fully as hardy buffalo alnd with hair as fine, thick ft as that on the back of any nlon pt creature produced from mixed cow and buffalo blood, here is the iful Galloway ready made. In the west its brooding will pay well be of the double value of flesh and be report of the American Galloway ers' association shows that orgal to be in prosp...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 February 1895

Watch Out. IF in grocery stores, in cooking schools, or by peddlers in your kitchen, any baking powder is recommended or urged upon you in place of the Royal, it is because such rec ommendation is paid for. It is unsafe to substitute any baking powder in place of the old standby, the thoroughly tried Royal. The official reports show that all others are cheaper made powders of inferior strength, and contain either lime, alum or sulphuric acid. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. They Trip It 1.r'vily at the Knights f s1 Pythijas ,nniveri ary i kll Silver lDiviion l'Uniform Rank Install.. Its (Uliters For the En snil- Term. Wednesday Silver division, No. 10, tUniform rank, Knights of Pythias, gave their first annual ball at I)ealty hall on the occasion of the thirty-tirst anniver sary of the establishment of the oider of the Knights of Pythias. A large num ber of visiting Sir Knights and their ladies from Sand Coulee were present. The big hall at the lHealty block was com...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 March 1895

,out gistorical Ilooety GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , MARCH 1, 1895. $1.b0 PER YEAR FORGING__ALONG The Legislative Assembly Put in Rather a Fair Day's Work Yesterday. MANY BILLS CONSIDERED It Begins to Look as Though Mach Needed Work Will Be Ac complished. peial to The Tribune. HELENA, Feb. 25.-The senate met is morning at 10 o'clock. The senators ho bad made a brief excursion to Great 11s under the leadership of Senator nan, had returned and were in their ts when the gavel fell. The senate nt into committee of the whole to eider the general file soon after 10 lock, Hurd in the chair. A number of propriation bills were steered on their rse by Folsom and were recommended passage. The Bitter Root is one step rer being the state flower, the bill that purpose having received favor e recommendation. onard's bill, regulating the storage sale of high explosives, was taken up a number of important amendments made to it. A number of bills were at the...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 March 1895

THOSE PARKS The House Passes Senate Bill Legal izing Park Purchases-To Re duce Interest. THE WOMEN ARE ACTIVE The Legislature Must Adjiurn at Middnight March 7-4e5sion Is sixty Calendar Deys. tipecial to the 'r-ikun.'. ll:rr.:'v t. Feb. 21.-The senate bhod a short executive session tis morning. The education won mitl e reported in favor of tie confirOmatioo of 1,. U. Young as a m amber ,f he state I-nard of doca tion. The report was adopted and he was confirmed. iills were introduced ast follows: By Steele--T1 onend section iv>; of the political code; to ameni section h1SS of the political codl. .ll' vere referred the judiciary committie. The hreat Falls etite fair bill made its appearance n the senate again. This time it is Tallant's bill that has passed the house ant. is practically the same as the senate bill that was indetiuitely postponed. The school law bill was considered in committee of the whole again. Cooper in the chair. The reading of the bill was finished, but there ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 March 1895

RENSION BILLS 'he National house Devoted Most of Its Session Yesterday to Their Consideration. ONES OBJECTS, AS USUAL oatner Objects to Paying United States Marshals for Services in Chicago Riots. WASHINGTON, Feb. 22.-Rev. Mr. Mil rn opened the session of the senate ay with a fervent and eloquent prayer, tolling the public and private virtues George Washington, who, he said, wed steadfast devotion to the in ests of his country, subordinating his vats wishes and will to the good of whole people. Such a noble example ht well enter into the character of y American boy and exalt our iotism, making our national institu s the safeguard of all social, religious private freedom, bill was passed donating condemned n to the state soldiers' home at bud, Oregon. ay presented a memorial from the facturers' club of Philadelphia, gly urging that the cause of the cial distress was the assault on the ican protective system and indig y protesting against the course of resident in borrowing moos y fro...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 March 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILT. W ETLY. One year..... .$.00 One year...8. ..1.10 Six months.......4.00 Sii months.....1.00 One month...... .75 Three months..... .75 One week......... .251 Single copy....... 0 Unless paid in advance the daily will invari ably be 75 cents per month, tnei the weekly $2 per ear 81 or ix mnth, nd 20 cents per month for less than six tmonths. Advertising rites hrnished oe application. The ciritulation of tie- Tribune in Noirthern Montana ie guaranteed i m.xcuetl liat ".f any paper pnsllishot in the r'nte. tiboheribere desiring Litt je addreec changed tmost scedt their fottmer adde,lsn as well tie the new addresee; this shotd lhe t~etti snh,re.ci THE TRIiUNE. Sreat Falls. Mont. FEBRUARY TwVNTY-CECOND. While the name and fame of George Washington ere ac dear as ever to those who enjoy the plendid heritage of his heroic and unselfish labore the custom of publi demonstra ions on Feb. 22, the ranniversary of his birth, bas of late years fall-n in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 March 1895

EIYS OF THE IEE Friday. Feb. 22. vW. Millard and wife deed to James an lot 15, block 11, Belt; considera $100. * T. Penny brings suit against R. S. in to recover $127.50, alleged to be on note. x-Sheriff B. F. O'Neal and C. M. ning of Fort Benton were Great le visitors yesterday. n appeal from the justice court has n taken in the suit of Jacob L. Romesa us George F. Fields. * B. Jones brings suit against J. W. nton and Wm. Ulm to recover $1,174 ed to be due on note. R R. Clingan, trustee, deeds to Sarah duck lot 15, block 4, Kennedy's ad on to Belt; consideration $51. he townsite company deeds to Eva n one-fourth of lot 4, block 553, h addition; consideration $125. argaret S. Wright brings suit against * Wilber and Joseph Hamilton for ages and possession of property, or cover $400 and costs. ward C. Ward deeds to the Rainbow Land company, for a nominal con ation, 100 acres in section 27, town 21 north of range 4 east. chamber of commerce, the meet of which were interrupted by the ig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 March 1895

STATE__CAPITOL Flowerree's B11i Providing for Its Erection Favorably Reported to the Seinate from COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE Tallant Iutroduces a Bill Locating the State lIa ue Asylum at Warm Springs. aereiil to The Tribune. It ;ia.vA. Feb, !3.-'he judiciary com mittee in the serate today made favor able reports on live bills amendatory of the code reiating to business before justice& courts. The printing bill relat ing to printing chargeable to the county was favorably reported with an amend ment. The amendment gives the board of county commissioners power to make two year contracts with a responsible paper without calling for bids. The senate adopted the report. The committee on public buildings made a favorable report on the bill pro viding for the government of the state prison. The committee on privileges and elections made a favorable report on the house bill to regulate the conduct I of primary elections. A The committee on finance and claims, i to which had been referred the...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 March 1895

NORTH AND SOUTH. Jack Fro Eac S icl I of Mason andI lIla os Line. il thesout)i acad nulo breed Ihix ." tx lx1i iii » 1 ha!ili ids lk ii i v 11h . I 'xi 1 1 Idx jij'tj 1ý rL u a 1+. t. am a ptxt' I Lred ICnak he au" quite uxit Jsunear.ll~tilil l' t, uI uiii u litl antyh s11 "11 ii, nurthi ni bruthr liix ,. (kJo b J;, k trig; 1 it1 ! N Aboet i"Otton-md t:. Within too pa t y.r:a1 n.\ f' edo' atoff called " 'tronwl f "' fita Li quite extln 01 'l 'v1 rtired. 'lits I ." patports to be a eel xfire fi on' part toelseed nial and tivn parts if cftoin buil by wX'ight awl i" sold in earl' O at 514b0 t per ton it, linlk. It is spucilly remtniended for iattouing purposi", blis alto claintd to givt good il iults in the prii'ition of ill: anil hutter. Ina bull tin tho Pentsylvinidt xy ri ment stiinn jivxa thu details c, experintints carried out to tot tl ueof this fitd. Thit feel has hin a1ined as to its chelinical cim.p sitio I. i1 digestibility and its .atiial Ifs lit Siane for dairy cows. The re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 March 1895

ANTI - GAMBLINC The House Passes the Senate Bill Only Four Negative Votes Tallant Vote3 "No." PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Many Changes Proposed in the Li cense Law-Water Companies' License Doubled. tpecial to.The Tribune. HELENA, Feb. 27.--In the house Met calf introduced a bill making the gov ernor, secretary of state and attorney general a board to contract for quarters and supplies for state officers. Auld-Bill providing for the issue of $100,000 bonds by the state. Reser-To encourage beet culture and the manufacture of sugar. ledell - Requiring persons working mines to report to co-owners the amount of ore taken out. The house receded from amendments to the capitol site bill. One of the amendments limited the commissioners to two from any political party and the other limited them to one from any county. The senate amendment to the free public employment office bill was con curred in. It allows $1,200 for clerk hire. The senate anti-gambling bill passed by yeas 48, nays 4 (Burkett,...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 March 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. OLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIIDAY , MARCH 8, 1895. 81.60 PE R YEAR HE LAST HOURS igress Adjoarns Sine Die Without the Fiction of Turning, Back the Clock. 10 ARE SILVER'S FRIENDS? nbhlicans Inusit. They Are-('laim Iil"epal of the Sherman Law Helped Silver. AsNINtiros, Mlarch 1.- At 1:10. when nate proreolteiugs were reau ti.le t h. president an:.ounced his signature ai naval alppropriations bill. At 9:15 nounced his signatlre to the do cy hill. IThis was the last of the priation bills ant all great meas -for carrying on the government either at the executive mansion or e way there. 10:13 Voorhe.? oi'fer.edl a rItlutili.i h was adoptled, for the allpitilt it joint eoInliithten of the two houi-r, : ait upon the president and ilnftmi that congrit.; wvas ready ti ;clj u , vice president named V.orhtoes ati man as the senate itrnier!: of ti.l ittee. ay of DIelaware asked unanimous nt to take up the bill, ahlteady btty the house, concirning Biehring gula...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 March 1895

CONVICT LABOR HoNlluse Favors Manufacture o:' Rope, Twine, Boots and Shoes l y Prisoners. BHOAaWATER COUNTY WINS Goverlnor Vetoes Memorial Relating to the IRemoval of the (free Indians. Special to the Trithuon. H-i:L.,L,.\, Feb. 2S. --In the senate today a large number of house appropriation bills wtere favorably reported from the committee on finance. The committee on public buildings made an unfavorable report on house bill relating to the care of convicts. loetzel's meat inspector bill was ordered printed. .1 larc.t number of bills were received from the houst, read twice and referred. )uring the morning hour seventeen bills allowing claims were put on their final passage. Thi' frtinwing bills of general interest were also passed ilouse bill regulating { vitnes"es fees; senate bill compelling railroads to provide a certain number of men to man trains; Leonard's building association bill; senate resolution ap propriating 2.00.)O for the use of the gov ernor in protecting the miner...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 March 1895

ROOPS ARE SEN' Th pain Sends Over Seven Thousand Men Against One Hundred sti and Twenty. th Mi N THE CUBAN REVOLUTION " at] any Trained Cuban Chieftains Leave Havana and Join the Incur- H gents-Skirmishes. di __.____ ...lei LONDON, March I.- A dispatch re- to ived this morning from Madrid con- at me the Associated Press report an uncing that the Spanish government I as prepared to send large roinforce ents of troops to Cuba if such a step a found necessary. It is stated that e Spanish government has issued deft he e orders for immediate transportation m seven batallions (f troops, each conm- C d of 90)0 men, to Havana. Another he allion has been ordered to Havana tt Porto Rico, making 7,000 men dis hed in haste to Cuba. or Loeis, Mo., March 1.--A Spanish tl ram from Havana says the insur- tl ts have defeated a force of 2.000 nish troops, but no details are given. is repor ed that Vicenti (4aria. ther of Manuel Garcia, was also ad in an engagement near Agua Cali. other batallion of g...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 March 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. I HlRIY, )e ear......... ' On .......... Hilx i ointi ....... I. . Sir t ,i n . ...... 1.1,l O tir a t i ... ... t. '5 ]lrP l h. i.... oUr i wo1,k ...... tr. i ,,i r tlo . t . ...... .e as :.s th d, i n n advau thl. 11, , ". - invta ri. ahly Ile 75 t 11nt * t11 it.. sl.it, h r i: , wtekll $.I '.- teitr tI. r t.. 1 j11 ,ut le. II s Ill j lt( I.h ,, , 1, NF; this Ah, t;kid b+, r..n1+ .,,, n .d. "E 'liItl+lU\E. (treat Falls. Mi ,t. .II.VIER COMM I .,ION. l< inis lan decide I flat *t' an inter n., ,l monotary confoereece i.s to be held tie t'sited ;ta'.s I-hall Is lepro sented, and it, imakling th' p.tvi.s iotn t'are was taken that t e ,h.eo ats ishoultl bw tien who rel roeon' tli., !onlmtn innt si nti ment of the country ,i Iimlltallisill. '" ' eltitnlmen cho, tn by the ,:mnate are . . lone, ,t Arkatn-ia's. DIanielts f Virginia, Iad Tellor of (l rad ; and ' y the hoi use Speaker ('ri-:p if (eir ia an.t pt. i ibably . i Iters. 1 si; of Il...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 March 1895

NEWS OF THE_ WEEK I rllav. March . ltor'n--'Tou iMr. andl iMr. (C.W.Poiniroy yesterday morning, a girl. F'aryin claims to serve the line.t Imer chants' lunch in town. Ilot lurrch ievery day. Edward J. Canary brings suit against be county treasuror to set aside the ax sale of certain property. Otto Schoonfeold's name was frequently tontioned on the streets yesterday as he enmding alderman the for First ward. The townsite(i com lany doods to Emily plittetoeser the east half of lot 5, Ilock 75, Fifth addition; conusideratin,, $200. The townsite company deeds to J. II. arpenter lot 14, block 25H, lot 1. block 3, and lots 13 and 11. blckt 121. Third rlition; consideration, $5,''00. The chllllaberof ,Tdomelrce has deter inol to revive its organization, and the, et meeting has beeoon called for tonight 8 o'clock at Judge Iauce'p llice. A. numbetr of cases werio sect yielti. ay the district court. 'The term it,, n:es Monday. ?larmch I, and the jury unlnnonllo fur the foljwi vig day. iu priu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 March 1895

GOSSIP ABOUT CITY POLITICS What Politicians Think About the Coming Spring Eleclions in This City. There Is a Goo.l Deal of Talk About Putting a Citizens' Ticket in the Field. The season is approaching when a city election will occur, and news items being scarce during the blizzardy weather of Saturday a TRIBUNF re porter took occasion to call on several of the prominent and representative men belonging to the three political parties now in the field, and requested their views on the political situation, and asked who were considered candidates for the various otffices within the re spective party lines. A prominent and influential democrat, when approached on these lines said:"For my part, while a stalwart democrat and a believer in keeping intact our party I organization, I think the present condi tion of city affairs calls for a non-parisan citizens' ticket. That condition was brought about under republican admin istration, it is true, and considerable improvement has been made du...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 March 1895

ST OF POTASH FOR CORN. os.t l'roliable Fonrm in WVhich to )ply This Essential Fertilizer. uommcrcial value of any fertilizer out is not always the true stand its value on any particular crop. ell l:noww that the corn crop hbera supplies of nitrogen, plhs cid and potash, but since corn hrough the wholo hot season, itrification is most active in the ticularly when, as should al the case, a sod is buried for the artificial application of nitro dotn profitable in this crop at ercial valuation, while potash rill is always profitable, par n sandy soils near the usa cr north or south. t pr-fitable firns iin which essential fertilizer to thri rn proit of using potash on (orn well howlt at various atri xporiutent stations. 1i1 Niw' npplicaltion of potish p .l anl 30 bushels per acre, or ron p, having nll especial ly ex tet, too, uponi the inicrave i of rain. The Ma:;sachusctts uI that potash fertilization gal inicrasoe of 11.3 bushels of 1,308 pounds of fodder. The station found that potash ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 March 1895

-----------------------------U1 The latest investigations by the United States and Cana dian Governments show the Royal Baking Powder supe rior to all others in purity and leavening strength. Statements by other manufacttrers to the contrary have been declared by the official authorities failslcations of the official reports. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. IN MEMORY OF THE lEPARTEi Sheridan Post VWill give ia graln War . have ant ambitiou" per.lcta turer ay April I and 5. To liai, e Fuisl For a iStatu,, of Heroic Size to Mark the Grave,, of Comrade an11 Foe. The veterans of Sheridan post. G. A. R., have an ambitious pr,-ect under way and are working for it with an energy and determination that is sure to result in the accomplishment of their purpose. It is nothing less than to raise suffticient funds to erect a monument, consisting of a noble shaft of native stone. surmounted by a copper figure of a soldier of heroic size ca-ry a musket, in the cemetery at Great Fa...

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